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ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1910.
TEN PAGES.
PRICE  FIVI ITS-
US LtnLE SUPPORT
|VETERANS OF 1885
TO HOLD REUNION
TITLtO SOCIALIST PLEADS
FUR SIMPLER MODE OF LIFE
\V
the Only Person
���#�� Fete in May-
Others Say.
mill
having a car-
-Fouith   of
with favor M
afternoon
>  scheme.
Will be Central Figures in
Great Winnipeg Military
Parade.
BIG LEAK IS BETWEEN
LAKE ANB RESERVOIR
BRAINIEST SON WOULD
INHERIT THE PEERAGE,
CROSSINv
AROUSE ALL & Ml
Countess of   Warwick  Declares   Reaction  Against  Luxurious  Living
Is    Dus    in    Eng'cT.d.
John   Ankers'   Report   Shows   Water
Mysteriously  Disappears on  Way
From   Coquitlam   to   Clty.
.be Twenty
iflaotmee
i,eld yesterda)
M      i     of th
dis:US8"'n  . than  a dozen
���������r< Bone of
^.lepilon of the mayor,
* *       ������,���   having   any I
P*rtL am ot the >'ear-
to at that Wno tQ be
">��in Jf!3d nut be ready
Mtreet8Mavor Lee assured
'!ime',in I- bad been told
f"^ that the stnet
j��eer i, ftnished by the
**Tr-   I S speaker, all
w ���'         was strong-
ltsclf   as
then
It t- , no
and the meet ng
wed to committing
Winnipeg,   April   11,���Marching   up
Main street from the city hall to St.
John's   cemetery,   between   long files
of the regular and special regimental
troops aa a guard of honor, the veterans  of  the   Northwest  rebellion  of
1885 will be the beheld of all beholders on  Decoration  Sunday,    May  15.
This is the plan wliich is last taking
shape and which will be fully elaborated  at  a meeting  of  the executives
of   the   various   veteran   associations
of the city which will be held at the
1.eland  hotel Saturday afternoon.
This year Is the quarter centenary
of the rebellion and Is felt hy the veterans that nothing could be more fitting than a reunion of the western
hoys who went valiantly forth across
the almost untroden prairie of the
west to offer their liv<s if need should
he for  their  beloved  Quean  and  flag.
London, April 11.���The Countess of
Warwick, in a Bpeech at  the-openlng
of the Simple Life exhibition, sai.l that
England Is now entering a period of
reaction against luxurious living. The
necessity   for   simple   life,   she   said,
meant to  young people a great deal >
more than lt did to the older. Young I
people had accustomed themselves to
all   sorts of   things   which   she   supposed   would   carry   them  on   in   the
very small  pari of life left to them,
but they  had  got to feel  that those
who came after them were going to
do better  than  they  had  done.
Unless things were altered In the
care of little ones the British Empire
would fail thiuugh tlie physical deterioration of the youth of England.
JUMPED   DOWN  CHIMNEY.
* �����        nf Fn 'City Council Will Endeavor
Founder of Science of M-i^y^
genics    Has Scheme   to'
Raise Standard of Lords.
to Provide Better Accomodation for Pedestrians.
That Alderman Bryson  is  jus.lfied  |
in his suspicions of the way the water
works system has been conducted the London, April 11.���Sir ST*00"
last few months was proved last night lon> founder of the science of eugenics
when Manager John Ankers presented raolal   improvement,   has jriuea
a  repoit to  the city  council  of  the k.Uer t0 The Times  In  which he
flowing over die dam SUKf;esls   that  the   lords   might   gam
strength  if  tlie  primogeniture, or
Gal-
height of water
at Lake Coquitlam,
On March 12, when the reservoirs
were almost empty, there was fifteen
inches of water flowing over the dam,
and on March 31,when the reservoirs
were full, there was only eleven
Inches.    This  leaves  the  water  rays-
i tery more Inexplicable than ever
in
IU     .11 >-Uf,i ..     ..      	
exclusive right of inheritance to the
peerage  which  belongs to the oldest
       ���
iclght of water In
Remarkable   Suicide   Last   December
Has JuBt  Been  Discovered.
Conn.,   April   11.���In   the
It shows that tin .^^^
the lake had nothing to do with the
recent shortage. There were no comments made when the report wus pift-
sented last night.
The following is the report ln full-
Water run over dam���
Ft.
son,  were abolished,
ln the case of the lords, says Gal-
the claims of herldlty  would be
selection to be made i   ,
r.ecent  researches  hav-   Ple_B. B0��� Ume ,
'   -J   -    .  .   .._ ������ I    The   disgtacctu
ar
Routine  business  occupied   the  attention of the regular meeting of Uie-
city  council  last  night.    Communications about the condition of certain.
stieets,  the   linal   passing  of   sundry
bj laws,   arguments   on   some   extra-
cnarges made by the Hassam Paving,
company  and  like  matters were diii-
posed of with despatch.   Thc meeting,
was somewhat snortene.l by  the abseiled   of   Alderman   Jardine,   whosi*
board of works   report generally occu-
He is in Victoria.
;ondition   of   me
lon     ^^^^^
governed by a
among them,  ijovyiv ..,��� _
Ing shown that the flrst horn are, as> I   .l"x*   ""���<='"���---   -
,     ,  ,.   ,      .    .,.,.���      , n J,. ��� ' street erossinus in the centre of the
a rue, interior to tho later children i   .. "      .        .     ...    ...    _ _
��� -    -.  i..PV<,p I city  was the target which  Alderman
���   ...��� i.���ciiu.i mme oratory, w
Aid
j in a small" but rtgnljtoat_4��P^ IJounston levelled some oratory, wnicl*
These
by   Dr
Ansouia,
March 1
March 3
just made of the body of Mj*rcb  7
fc��,llVE':Uny outlined
al ��������� Is fail ly
Smith  under a pile of
hi���i, i,v th1' time
,   ^    ��� v days'  celebration
K"-   i   * nutshell.   He said
KZZ^'r element in
fi Se   He had been com-
, L w tli the  Haines   Amuse-
la"!anj'.���,d.;rst(,ithat
i iilch class outfit and cap
putting on the  attritions
ftat wanted a guarantee
but tin' men In charge ol
would ivcelvfi *';���
March 8
March 11
March 12
iere
ary.
The plans contemplate a great reun-1 fi   ,, ,,   ,
lon banquet on the evening previous Frederick  11     _
to thc Decoration Day parade.   There   B00t at the bottom of a smoke stack
are so many of the veterans who have, of  a  local   8hop,  tlle  authorities  betaken a prominent place in pub-   lleve  js  reVealed  probably the  most'March 14
no lack j remarkablt suicide in tlie history of j March 15
Pnrtlcl-1 this state.    It Is believed that Smith i March  17
pantB  In  tne  long  um.uuc.   aud  tb��  climbed to the top of the stack and [March 18
hot  engagements  which   marked  th�� j jumped down inside. March  21
'    ������""   aVtia  during I March  22
be
was  last  seen  alive  during,
when   he   ap-,March 24
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views weie fully understoou "       , . .    ,
-.,  ,,   u     Jl ��,      n  i, "found tavor with Ins colleagues
uj   aj,.   David   Heron,  of  the   Gallon* ,  . ,  ,,   .     . ,.        	
,   .     ,     ....   _r�����.i   i.i : .   erman Johnston said that visitors ia
Labratory  for   National   Eugenics   at,,,      .. ,,.,���,., ,    ,
.,  .       ,/    ,, ,. , ������. ,,,      ,       the city  wou .1 think they were look-
University College, London, who w;��s   ,        . ', , ,.    .    ,   r  .     ..      ..
i a \~ t, .  Ti. Lnii��J.t.) ,���������,    tif at the muddiest place in the diBr-
appealed to for an amplified statement   . f'        . ,, ... '     .    ,.
.'.    .                                                          trict and they would not be tar wrong,
ot  tacts. I..    . ,,_ f
CAPTAIN TATLOW DEAD.
Blnce   . ^^^^^^^^
He life that there should
of  good  speeches by  actua
in  the long marches aud tL�� | climbed to the top
.  hMl  marked  the ! ]umpej down Inside.
campaign.    There Is said to he great       Smith
enthusiasm among the veterans scat- ]aK(   Christmas week      	
tered over the now peaceful prairies   peared at the boiler room and asked ' March
and that there *tll he a veiy military   l0 be .aii0wetl to warm himself .        I March 28
procession   that  the  city    has    ever j  (March 31
taken place ln Winnipeg it Mt to be! ATTACKED  BY   WIDOW. I ��� ��� .	
J' ���������'" 1 tt5t^�� REGINA BAPTISTS SECURE ���	
���      .    ...,���;.,���    Henrv ��� MINISTER  FROM THE EAST j Hal0
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avoidable, but he thought it was time-
^  that the comfort of the citizens was
Former Financial Minister Succumbed j s'udied l,�� a certain extent He thought
to Injuries Yesterday Morning. \iUiit �� the Pavln�� company re used to
Victoria. April 11. - Captain II. G. J>Ut the ^^'^ ^ a Pf8Sable **fc
Tatlow, late minister o? finance and tlie c��uncil f0^ buy lumber, bul d.
agriculture for British Columbia, died crossings and charge the same up to
at 12:30 o clock this morning from in- j the paving company.
ived when thrown from his!    Other aldermen spoke ta the same
i strain and it finally decided to leave;
the matter in the hands i,t the mayor
and the board of works, who will tak*
to have the condition remedied-
. juries rece     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
* ' tran on Friday last.
8!    captain Tatlow entered the govern-
ment in H.03, und intltlated the pro-
vine a   fruit dibits In the old coun
was  an  Irishman  by  blitl.
try.
.een
taken in
waB a  slim
when the car
le
summon
iebrft.on *l
pi oi ail the proceed
ie shows and there
ol being behind
to over.
ire was a few moments' silence
Us worship's   explanation,
I being the lirst man to
;b couragf to speak on the sub
He thought  that   May  24   was
Itoon.  The streets would not  be
ikied and the city would not be
tc present that flne appearance
isitors which she should.    More-
tie talited if it would be a suc-
. at that time of the  rear
advertising standpoint.
���TOU McGowaa
oertalfi.
n'regard to the parade on Decora-
^ ���- * "--��� '." "arri-
wlth
tion Day it Is entended that the garrl
son troops and all city regiments
such outside corps as may come in, |
shall form a guard of honor for the j
veterans of the rebellion on tlie march ;
to the historic burying ground to honor the comrades who fell ln battle,
lt ls expected that the parade wlll be
about the most striking military procession that the city has ever seen.
Many of tho veterans of the rebellion
are now prosperous fanners or business men and a good number of them
have been In the public eye ss politicians, municipal officials, or as fig'
ures of importance in the commercial
****T^^
Man    Accused   of   Murdering   Henry
Jacobs   Is  Assaulted   in  Court.
York. April 11.���When Joseph
committed    to    the
charge of murder- j
He
street,
New
Mansfield    was
Toombs today on a	
Ing Henry Jacobs the widow of the
slain man leaped upon him in the coroner's court and beat him furiously
with a stout club which she had concealed in the folds of her skirt. One
of the several blows  Inflicted a se-
e scalp wound.
terminated  only
i steps ..���	
The   city   engineer   presented   cer-
ami fifty- four years of age. 1 tiflcalef   ��"nountlng   to   $5,749.89   tor
The funeral will be held from 1618   *��$ a��ne onrthe Pavements,   borne-
Vancouver,   Wednesday jot them were for extra work and provoked    considerable   discussion,   the
' question being raised as to when the
:k   done   for   private  parties   and
city was to be rccov-
lly decided to pass
afternoon
city have secsred Rev. J. 1 aimer   on be pie m uoi    . of John Gar-*.     It waB ttna
Brantford.. Ont.. to report here abou    Down   j.eland, the ; Jjll ,
mm  the finance commit
tee will look into the matter ot repayment and report at the next meeting of the council.
VSK
fhe   assault   was
Mrs.  Jacobs fainted.
1^,^*10,36,28 fMJjJr
pipe supplied by Hobertson & Godso��>-
i was or
dered to be paid.
when
THE   RIGHT   KIND.
Come
of the  year  from     "c ^municipal officials, or a. tig �� ns  "-^ ���  tlo J was elected to the le
dpolnt.                    Iures pt importance In the commercial ���                  ���_                    Singing   gy        ,um   Scores   Social   Functions                 elections in
.Wkelnthsiamc,^8; duttJ,a, ttWna.   The big fig* Colonists  ^roCua;adDaullith.                  \^Pof  W��ek-Enders  and  Drink         | �������           of   the   v
 .    "L IttSl of them  went to m Jhtti; ���          JhrjW     .^g^g  and,    London, ^ U-The vanlttes *A.                 e&tJJ***
the  middle  of  May.    It  is  pror-osed I net Tatlow uuu ��  ...
now to build a handsome new church   both of  County  Cavan, Ireland.    He,
and start In with a new minister. The   was   educated   at   Cheltenham,   Eng. I
church   owns   real   estate   valued   at I He married ln April. 18H3. Miss E. M.!
.30,000 from the old church site, which I Gamble,   daughter  of   H.   J.  Camble, 1
is now in the heart of the city bus-  c. E, of Vancouver. I
iness district.   This will be sold and 1     He  was formerly a captain ln the
the funds put to the construction of   First Prince of Wales' regiment, Mon-
the new edifice. treal,  and  was  attached  for  over  a      rhe question oi umt"^ ���-.���_.
 year to B. battery, It. C. A.   He was  their signs on the sidewalk ta front
BISHOPS ATTACK VANITIES.        an   unsuccessful'candldate   for   Van- ,��< theit'stores was raised by a coui-
legUtatnre in 1894   He   muuication    sent   in    by    Adermaa
��� -~ .*.r. legislature at th->   Welsh asking lor permission to plac*
1903       He  was  a brass sign in the sidewalk ta tiont.
ancouver   narks'01 llia  l*lace ot"  business.    Alderman
Smith    thought    that    this
I Smith
practice
Alderman
Wm   comiiilmentel    tho
kyor ot flit stand he had taken find
barked ito he was in favor of a
filval ai the proper   time.     "   1
nk the idea is good," said lie.    Ho
d the meeting about the Rose car-
'al in Los Angeles  and   at   other
ices lie had been in the winter, and
j strongly In laviu of the carnival.
Its also thought that the time su.-
ited was too Boon, as the  streets
Bid not bo completed.
. Hardtuan was ��� �� t!'t same oplrt-
and ha nlW objected to the guar-
|t��. lie did not believe In bonusing
���how.  Up though! that the amuse-
mt company ought  to   come here
i take a chance.
Alderman Gray did  not   favor  the
Iheme at the present time, but
ought that the carnival might take
ice successfully later in the year,
flbably at the time of the Minto
���P lacrosse games
no one supported tue mayor in
Ie scheme of Inning the carnival in
Kit was decided to let the matter
'OP for the in.-ent.    No  one  spoke
(iitist the Idea of having a carnival. !
fact, the me ting   seemed   to  be
ijflUmous In favorlnrs It. but the time
fj objected to hy all. It was finally
*���! to leave the matter ii the
Upls of the mayor and a committee
1 three, which he was given power
io appoint.
young men, scarcely out of their teens
but now the passing of a quarter century has left on them the marks of
time. Hut with each veteran the memory of those heroic marches is still
as green as ever and the proposed reunion will bring back the wild scenes
of the frontier as vividly as lf they
had occurred but  yesterday.
through to Winnipeg.
REAL ESTATE MEN HAVE
G80D START THIS WEEK
board
take them
of  them belonged  to
Maine aud are tuigra	
ptlest,   Father  Beru'e.    Most  of  the
colonists   are  young   or   middle-aged
men and look as lf they wer
of the right stuff for pioneers
one   parish   ill  ^Ml  are    considered    nuesuonuuie
migrating with their!teom a Christian vewpoint,    among
Most of  "���"
tsera being:
Tbe
made
Yesterday  Saw  Some   Brisk  Trading
in  Acreage  and  City  Lots-
Surrey in Demand.
,___   week-end party, decay of home
life, modern manners, the young man
of  today, vanity  of weddings, ostentation  of funerals,  charity  functions,
church parades, novels and novelists,
  _ pernicious    pictures,     picture     post-
Chairman of Committee Believed New  cards. cinematograph shows, demoral
n Rates Were Unfair izlng periodicals, sales catalogues, In
Washington, D. C, April ll.-lt de- temperate women,   non-observance of
"--*  e .,i,.man  Knapp   SuJ!da���y-���   . .... ,     _,
Norfolk is one of the happy hunting
ROCKS RENT ASUNDER WHEN
N1TL0 fiLYCERINE EXPLODES
Dl
FFERENCE  OF OPINION.
Terrific Explosion Levelled Two Acres
of Timber and Shattered Houses
a  Mile   Away.
refuse permission to place any more
. uch signs until the board of works- I
has investigated.
The fire prevention amendment bylaw was read a third time and passed.
The mayor's indemnity bylaw and the
aldermen's indemnity bylaw wer alscv
passed and ordered to be signed.
sealed and published. The civic officers bylaw suffei ii a like fate.
On the  Motion of Alderman Gray,
io city clerk was Instructed to write
���������   ���>   . ukinir the com-
that Chairman
and from
"^���.-ffl    "i   on Wen yesterday  Jj censure of the wee -end V^.\
commission decisionJl^/^^d^g |'"?,c^-^uVbesltatlon." he
Wellsvme.^^^fS:
zine of  the BU.Dnpont^^ &
ithe cixy c���� ��"V."Mktog ��-he       .
Jew
A    good    businesslike
the flrst chance of
,.,.educing Pullman rates
neverl differential charges
a deal
idea
on   a
turns down ��� ,       ,
Monday   morning   for __
' the week well ne |  ,   lrman and one
Monday this week f_om the majority
real estate |��   ^ ^$1, upon
between upper
dissension   of
and I -that the growing
, wealthy men of coming
tlle  Norfolk from London
practice
an* at Fulmer ValK
among luuarts^f nitro glyc^ p_ ^ m
Vf"n'it'ro glycerine, was blown
^G,;Vl .Lt��sSral^bt^ people ha��
tha^ttl,ey would do more b-
is that if he starts
Will end it better
his weai^er berths n  of  the|^^ f7om^J?%S&*&
well be|^���.lifjrd ������e of the commission-1^ their quests, ^nd^ u
^wn   into  ^^S'wasW-led.
ers from the y^JJ )*�� \ ^ngl ^Zoot on the com-
MISSING   SINCE   1878.
munlty
i nave hear
d stories of Sunday din-
| $^50   to   I'
for corner lots.
i���g for  the  price
rhcric took good buy-
.111 only  be
and   v
IToW:
n cf Sandwich Loses by Discovery
of Railway Franchise.
Windsor, Out.. April 11.���Since 1878. i p
!���n the 6andwlch   town   hall   was'
wni'd. the franchise given    by  the
m of Sandwich to the S. W. and A.
jfKv:>.v  has  been   missing.     It   was
wuslit to have been consumed ln the
7e��-   Litigation has been going on
" Bnm" time between   the   railroad
on the mai
is kept  m
i   p, iv.^,  ..
ket a lew days, if the pace i
j kept up,
H. II. Lennle was busy with Surrey i
iroperty all thv morning, selling acre-
ige   near   the   Scott   road   at   higher
>i'lces than they  have before touched.
AWFUL POSSIBILITY.
May Would
I li
nt
prices
$750 per acre
W.  ���'���   Kerrs-lt8h a quicker
subdivision,
Milt
sonic
vale, bus met  w
fli on  AVGD  t hoy  '
Korougbly suited tot
and    poultry    '^��'lnK'
taken up by a good
Cherry-
SUCCeSS
mtlclpated. The land
fruit growing
and  is bel*8
lass of men cap
through
English  Elections
tcrffire With London Season.
London. April  11.���While all Gre::
Britain is dreading the threatened gen
lions,  no  persons  are  more
over this possibility
oral   elect
in despair
than
the society leaueis.
lt   is agreed  that should the e'.ec-
| tion  occur  in   May,  it  will  kill  the
"ft" not only because many
ie town us to whether there was
'���'mi' limit in the franchise.
IP��8e Instrumental in di'awlng it up
m not remember.   The town took i    .
pnegative, contending it was up to the community- Surrey
LCOmpan^  to show  that  it had  a |    The  subdivision   at   S>"    ���
.^t to run through the streets under | the market by Haie i
BltermB of the farnchlse.    But the   ha8 gone  qulcklj,  aim
JWil��e has been found by the clerk   1oib are being r^oM
put on
Bros. * Kennedy
many  of  tne
at"good advances.
He
to run through the streets under ithe market by Hale
***m ie  quickly,
 being rt'BOlf-;;-8-mP city sales
offices  of   Kinnlng    and ,nas firm P>'1 ,h,^c"lfjn Uie west end;
tio���   	
London season, not on
people will go abroad after
nous campaign work, but because
spending power of nwv 	
and hostesses will be seriously depict
ed and entertainments will be aban
doned.
the stren
the'
of many wealthy hosts
and of men ac tu.ilU   1     hooting    at
ln iic.,,.,....   .
skill as marksmen    by shooting
glass bottles on the terrace of a Sunday."
"There is no time for courtesy, little
for hare civility," says the Bishop of
Barking in mourning the decay of
manners. "The ticket examiner sis
the wicket in your face as you rush
down the stairs to catch the train, or
if you just go through, the porter
shouts, 'Hurry up, there, if you're go-
Dean Plgou of Bristol,    condemns''tU1 t!le b?lanfce
vanity in religion, Instancing church
parade and the fashionable wedding.
He writes:
A ho,e was torn in the rock twenty
feet deep and eight feet wide and
trees covering two acres were levelled
to the ground. \
Many dwelling houses were shattered at Hlllsport, a mile away.
MANY CASES BEFORE
COUNTY COURT JUDGE
if a number
Judge Howay disposed o
of    judgment    summonses    yesterday
morning at the regular monthly session of the New Westminster county
court.    In  re  J.  Jackson  vs.  W.  H
rn%^^WVV^��^Z  the  attention  of  the
f,: h    bSe w^ssettled. lcU _* a short   .me. o�� ft
sulkl     _
told him that tuey wuu.v. ��� _
iness here, but if they did, they bad.
to  pay  tbe  freight  on the  goods  to .
Vancouver aud then over to Eburne,
as there was no direct freight service.-:
Alderman Bryson  reported that P.
Bains & Co. had returned, the bill he i
I had sent them for water with the explanation that the company had not
been using auy.   The chairman of the -
water   committee   was   authorize!   ten--
take   the   matter   up   with   the   city-
solicitor  and get his opinion  before
acting.
Alderman Welsh was given permis-
I slon to purchase a new lawn moVer
, for Queen's park.
An unusually large number of com-
-  "eceived, but none-
'   and
COU11-!
ln   re   James   Emprey   vs.   Charles !'"" ""."I"     .
ze, the defendant was ordered to !    A l?ttfr {lom Ule ?��aru ol ^nse*
��� ������- *Tar\ fnr wanes at 'co*nm��sloners poInted out somesUgbk*
'Irregularities  on   the   recent  amend���'
llelnzt
the  Plaintiff   *W0  for
month.
mSL of the licuo^licen^^byla^. The,
sales '
ON
^^"dIAN   SYSTEM.
W, Who located
name.
.. the firm's ; yesterday ��10,'"i"ft ��.��"mW lots at
md enclosed,0n Nanaimo sti_e�� "^ ^  tbg,  neisi1.
It In
��� ���'���Jl n Nana""" ""* V ]�����,, in ths
envelope bearing McGregor's | $750, and several l��*?y fr
l'he paper  shows that  there I borhood at prices  ����  .
ijoe Martin
Tells John  Bull
Land.
How He
Murderers Senter
April 11.���Walter Ross,
who shot his chum, �����,  _
*   ��-   hang   on   Friday,
om
$''.00
North Bay, ��*.-- --���        Parkinson
.   M"11.11-     -f  Whltefields   Mnv on.   James Moran. who was
%*_u?_��__ sslsi*w stepssas sp
eferred to bor
Watsonvs; N. Sytnester; C. West vs.,' Dl,  Doherty,
tortus ffi** &whltefie
^ghterlnkimngOp-
atitutlon with
engineer
. SBtw*"1* VV����� Sm ,"'e "Z,a��
and
l"no time limit specified. It is Hke-
���._wat Us discovery will stop litiga
tion.
������������
Denver. Apru n.���Announce-
S��W was made today that the
university of Denver, a Metho-
'fstltutlon, will confer the
dint
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Will   Honor   Priest. ���
����- U,e 5V��Bh.i ^oZ sellTit with--
view from It ftf*������ class residen-
out any trouble for first 0        ^^
tial sites.    B Is to oe h	
lots varying f^gfo,*. ^n "rtve* l^e'
A number of Reves^oKe spe���t  case.
ln me city in   he a [tei ^
their money iloerany
on a basis ui ���--- allIU)0,-ted   uy   l,c
state, so thai  Uie v fl   not   ,,y
:JSS,.��.��������''���'-lp'e50n,,"
^PREVIOUS SEASONS
^'rt'p of Doctor of Laws on
P��er William O'Ryan, a Ro-
Mn Cathollo priest of Denver.
|/fd X   idanl Glaul has been
��� ���4. -    '   um a Seal condition.
the
The condition
the
,'eu   yj    _-        -_
was authorizeS
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Winnipeg. April ^^8%SweS   suffered"" paralytic stroke last Thr
^^jSTmVS* 1'C8a R   day. WSJ^ftS^fflM  tion of Douglas street.
to sign It. ���i_i���P��� nf the condi-
I    a  potter complamea o^1,*,,^ to
B"h0P *S B.esrhyop"Dart. who|^glneer  the
tic stroke l��� Th���ra.lto "���� *
j to be verj
Few"? report today,   ^^^^^eted I STta mo"rnlng.   ArcMea^ ""-^. j^ of ^ ^ John^
amount of seeding has been        y j ^ Vancouver,  admln^e^ _ j    Qn the motlon ��fAI��W��   at teBBt
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strike Come, to, End-.uh
Lorain,  Ohio,  A��''1' t n<1j    which
exception  ,of   the   bi}�� ^partment Iditiot,      Tne.- -----c--rdlng to rec-
today, 4,100 men retu
ancouver,  >uu...	
rites of the church yesterday evening, j    On the muuu.   ...  	
I and Rev. Canon D'easum remained at   gton the council  adiourned.. at
I the bishop's bedside all night. 1 o'clock. PAGE TWO.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
aassifiedjdverfisements
WANTED.
���WANTKD��� EXPERIENCED WATT-
ress.    Royal  Cafe.
"WANTED���ROOM WITH OK WITH-
oui board by young gentleman.
Write box C. C, Daily News.
APRil.
12.
19101
BURNING EVIDENCE
CAUSES SMALL PANIC
WANTED���TENDERS EOR SLASH-
ing about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Par-
ticulais. apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED MAN
for real estate work. References.
Good proposition. P. L. Secord &
Co., 4fiu Columbia St. Sapperton.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth
street.    Enter by Cunningham
hall.
WANTED���WOMAN���AGE 18 TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good home and
wages. Apply Prentice, 1837 Napier street, Vancouver.	
New York, April 10.���Two hundred
poolroom   players   were  nearly  suffo-
jcated Friday afternoon in a house in
I City Hall Place by the efforts of the
roomkeepers to destroy racing sheets
and other evidence of play when the
! place  was  raided  by  police.
I    As  soon  as  the  proprietors  heard
! the sound of axes at the doors they
: threw all papers into a big sheet iron
j can,  poured  kerosene over the  head
;and  threw  in  a lighted match.    The
I bonfire, partly hidden from the players by a low wooden partition, blazed
fiercely, emitting volumes of suffocat-
jing smoke.    Terrified at the thought
of being trapped ln a fire, the crowd
I fought   and   hammered   at   the   door,
I while   plain   clothes  men,  circulating
among them to get evidence, tried in
jvaln to restore order by a display of
I their revolvers.
A rush of fresh air from the street
'when the door was broken down and
the sight of the police uniforms quieted the panic.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
"^URl^Yr^SURREYT SURREyT
If you are interested in Surrey acreage we would be pleased to have
you call and see our list. We have
exclusive sale of some of the best
buys in Surrey and can deliver the
property. Our list is too extensive
to give in full here and if you are
not suited with these, call at our
office and let us show you some
money makers.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE  SALES  ONLY.
Rooms 4, 5 and 6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
About 4 acres with waterfront in
block 1 Burnaby; car line going tha
whole length;   .G.000.
SURREY ��� 25 acres in Section 27
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road;
*s2s per acre; terms.
"WANTED TO RENT ��� BY YOUNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house or
apartment.    A. D. V., this office.	
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE
for four' to six months;   small fam-
BUTTER   BOYCOTT.
ily���no childien.
Ltd.
F. J. Hart & Co.
WANTED���TO RENT BY MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms
close to business section. Address
Permanent, News Office.
WANTED���ACREAGE IN BURNABY
suitable for subdivision.    Reply to
Bona Fide." News Office. 	
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
���Rood location. Write P. O. Box 170,
City.
WANTED ��� A GOOD HUSTLER
knowing real estate business. Apply Room 4 and 5, Merchants Bank
building.
Berlin, April 10.���Less bread is being buttered in Germany at the present moment than at any time in recent years. The trades unions, representing several million consumers,
have declared a butter boycott on the
lines of a recent meat boycott In Am-
er'a as a protest against the high
price of butter, which is selling at
37 1-2 cents a pound.
The boycotters have leagued themselves together to eat no butter for
three months unless their crusade
meantime results in reducing the price
to 31 cents a pound, which they are
willing to pay.
White Star���Dominion
Canadian Service
SURREY���35 acres N'/2 of Ei/2 of Section 35 Township 2; $225 per acre.
Lot 9, block 3 of "L" district lot 29
in Burnaby; $350.
2 Acres cleared land in Burnaby on
Hastings road; five minutes from
city car, ten minutes from new
tram.
"THE  RED MILL."
40 Acres in section 6 in ward 1 facing coast Meredian road in Surrey;
$250 per acre.
SURREY���Southwest . . of Section 27
Township 2;  Price $100 per acre.
60
Acres
about   :
acre.
in   section   36   in   Surrey;
:0   acres  cleared;   $275  per
SURREY���$40 per acre buys 160 acres
one mile from tram line.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnisFieil house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
SURREY���$85 per acre buys 50 acres
of good land on the Clover Valley
and Townline roads in the NW',i
of Section 32 Township 8.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Nortliern railroad,
the southeast hi of section 30. township 10, Langley. Known as the
Brockie place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern.
SURREY���N.W. i/4 of sec. 24, township 2; good soil nnd near Vale
road; $85 per acre, $5GO0 cash; 0,
12, 18 and 24 months .
SURREY���$400 per acre buys 120
acres on Hjorth road.
BRENING   &   CO.
General Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms 4, 5 and 6.
Merchants  Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 686.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phorie
F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only $500 per acre, on  terms.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. O.,
City.
FOR SALE.
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; five
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-
cled 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 cleaied, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    ecrew,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most   modern,
commodatlon  equal to any
ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
The
Ac-
cross-
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ON TENTH STREET,
facing Moody square, (J rooms
(W. C). Immediate entry. Apply
Smith, 1007 Sixth avenge.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
bam; easy terms. Apply K., this
office.
FOR RENT.
"TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, between 6 and 7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc Rents $12 per month. May
JJease for six monthe if tenant
���auita. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co-
Uumbia Street.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as "Vidal
& Bacchus," of the City of New Westminster, as Customs Brokers, has
boon this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the said
partnership are to be paid to II. P.
Vidal, and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to the
said H. P. Vidal, by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C. Uiis 31st day of March
1910.
H. P. VIDAL.
G.  W.  BACCHUS, JR.
SURREY ���$650 an acre buys 4 12
acres on tram line known as lots
7 and 8 in section 30, range 2 west.
SURREY���A fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acres; the S.E. \\ Sec.
33, range 2, W.l price $350 per acre;
good terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price  $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
Who ever heard ofKatwyk-aan-Zee?
And who having heard of it knows
how to pronounce the name? Yet
Katwyk is a popular and picturesque
little Dutch resort on the shores of
the Zuyder Zee, and an American author has chosen it as the scene of
one of the greatest successes of recent times. "The Red  Mill."
As nearly every one knows, the
stars of this musical piece by Henry
Blossom and Victor Herbert, are Swor
and Woods, and tbey will he seen in
lt at the Opera House on April IB.
Mr. Swor, besides being a bit of a
globe trotter, Is an amateur photographer. That he is a clever comedian goes without saying. For several
summers he has toured Europe. His
trusty camera always accompanies
him. Last summer Mr. Swor visited
Holland, the locale of the story of
"The Red Mill," and at liatwyk-aan-
Zee got some very good studies of
the quaint little town. One shows the
famous red mill on the outskirts of the
town from which Henry Blossom got
his Idea for the title of the play. The
other portrays the Groot Bad Hotel,
wllich is represented In the first net
nf "The Red Mill." and which Mr.
Swor, who stopped there, says isn't
so bad as its name.
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
6 Lots in West End for $2,100.
CANADA CAPTURE
BEST UNO Tui
Interesting R
eport
on
minion's Policy is Prej
ed to U. S. Congress.
Washington,
was submitted
sat.11
sires   to   exclude   thos
whose presence would
olu
8
Lots
?ach;
on  Sixth  stret
easy terms.
car  line;   $250
Kennedy  Subdivision
per  acre;   near the
acreage at
tram  line.
$225
Surrey ��� 10 acres in section 34;
house, barn, and several acres
cleared;  price $375.
April ti._A
to congresa
by Senator Dillingl ., *?..
the Joint Immigration ,,,��� , '%
regard to the Immig, . , '" 1
in Canada. J
Probably the most n j
ment made in the report inl
ada wants Immigrants whose?
ls to enter agricultural pm^tT
as owners, tenants or laborer* *f
'-'  Immjj
gestion of towns and cTtJesJ
Another striking i\M , ,
port ls the  comparison of
tion into Canada durli g u _ _,-
cade with that into tli,. r,litTJ
This shows that while Tn ���er *;
. Canada's Immigrants during tl,?
iod came from Nor rn and W
I Europe and  only  30 1 er cent 1
Southen and  Eastern  Eur0ne th���
I verse was true in regard to L\
gants entering the United State
The report says "That no elf.
I made   to   secure     Immigrant.
I Southern and Eastern 1. u ������
less It Is the purpose ol
grants  to enter agri. ,
their admission
imrsi
ful
to ��   nada is
Some very good
near tram line
market   value.
lots in Sapperton;
an.l scliool; below
Suburban   1   and   2.
Canada's Effort.
On the other hand, li
effort Is made through
of  the Canadian
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing nn Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-4 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre.
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
SURREY���20   acres,   the south   half
of northeast quarter of section  33,
range 2 west;  $425 per acre, quar
ter cash.
40 acres, with
1    Good terms.
waterfront.    Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter
from Lulu Island bridge.
mile
SURREY���$160 per acre buys 40 acres
of good land, the west half of the
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175 per acre buys 20
acres facing on Roebuck road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34.
Range 2 west.    Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a fine large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
In Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennent suits.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And  at  336  Hatting*  St.,  W.
Phon�� 3*50
Vancouver, B. C.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street; an Ideal location; price $300 each; easy terms.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line; price $250 each; one-fourth
cash, balance $10 per month.
COQUITLAM���Two and three-quarter
acres on Pitt river road, Including
house, barn; running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills;  price $1,750;  easy terms.
LANGLEY���On Surrey line, 80 acres,
the west 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of section
34, township 8; price $80 per acre;
easy terms.
40  feet   waterfront,    three    minutes
I    from bridge.   $50 per foot.
1 ^^^^^ ^^^^^^
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
R. T. PRINCE
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Books Opened on Approved Systems.
HALL
Agent for the
SAFE  COMPANY
Cincinnatti, Ohio.
P.  O.  Box 795.
Office:
Westminster
Phone L 578.
Room  9.
Trust   Block.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW
MILLER & JEWHURST.
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson Blk. Phone
669
SURREY.
106  Acres,  facing on  Townline
3 1-4 miles from waterfront.
$100 per acre.
road,
Price
80 Acres in S. E. 1-4
Price $80 per acre.
Sec.  34, Tp. 8.
The
east
Tp.
80
acres
Price
of
$75
S.  W.  1-4
ppr acre.
Sec.
Scott Road���We have a number of 5
and 10 acre blocks; close in and
right on car line from $200 per acre
up.
4 Acres close to Kennedy Station on
new env line. Price $1,350; $550
cash, balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
This is splendid property, nnd is
increasing in value rapidly. Call
and see us about this if you want
to make money.
160 Acres in Section 24, Range 1 W.
Price $400 per acre; 1-4 cash, balance fi. 12 18 and 24 months.
North  40  acres in  S.  W.   1-4  Sec.
N. R. 1  West.    Price $200 per acif
1-4 cash, balance fi, 12, 18 and :
months.
6.
4 1-2 Acres on Yale road; under cultivation and fenced. Price $1,050;
$300 cash, balance fi, 12, 18 and 24
months.
pointed J
salaried aseJ
mnngratlon d.-���
jinen .aided by sub-agents, t��� whoml
I bonus or commission is paid and!
means of advertising, to secure iJ
grants  from    the    L'nited Kir,��do_
France. Belgium.  Holland    Germai
Denmark,  Iceland,  Finland,   ,\ rwal
Sweden, Switzerland und the I'-iil
States. '
Of the total numbei of Immim |
going from the United States to Ci
ada during the past three years,!,
than   seven-eighths   were class'
farmers or  farm   laborers.   Probablj
no   other   considerable   mnveme. 0
population from one country   to 1
other, says the report. at ihe presea|
timp is so largely composed ofagrtaf
tural  people.
From 1900 to 1. 09, in Western Canal
dn. 235.(190 homesteads were enters
for, more than OS per cenl of the enl
tries being by Immigrants, divided!
follows: English, 20.32 per ceotl
Scotch. 5.20 per rent; [1 ih, 1. . pei
cent; Continental r ; ��� ns .V.ffa
per cent and Americans, 11.91 peq
cent.
Great   Liberty.
Continuing, the report says Caniil
gives great liberty to her admlnlstra
tive authorities In tJio matter of reJ
jections of ad in I ms and allows hel
officials  substani m In   thel
matter  of deporta \H    l.ersnnsf
who become public 1 iiintwol
years after landing maj bi deported.1
No one Is debarred from Canada _\
cause of previous arrangements!
for securing employment.   The Doffltol
ion maintains free Inforn itionotaM
ployment bureaus in die principal (SM
trcs. both for the benefit of employers!
or  labor  and  of Immigrants seekln?|
employment: and in dealing withOri-J
ental Immigration, Canada hus adopted I
n   policy   which   practically excludes|
Asiatic labor.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
���Tor une or two ladies, close to car.
v "Uf J&toiullton street, city.
FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
^2000, for house and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Office.
NOTICE
To Property Owners on Columbia
Street re Columbia Street Improvements.
Any property owners having a basement on Columbia street, and who is
desirous of having now or additional
iirism lights, must give notice of same
-within seven days from date; otherwise applications cannot be considered, as the street improvements must
J>e completed at once.
J. W. B. BLACKMAN,
City Engineer.
City Hall, April 7, 1910.
F*OR FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
E39 FRONT ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK
��i<oprletress. Mrs. M. Domlny.
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
Twenty years experience at lawns,
boulevards, sodding, grading and
pruning of all kinds. Satisfaction
guaranteed.   Orders solicited.   Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie  Street.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half acres;   near tram.
Easy terms.   South Westminster.
MATSQUI ��� A snap Joining Aldergrove townsite; 23 acres; the N.W.
23 acres fronting on Yale road. A
flne subdivision. Price |115 ipeij
acre; easy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot on Fourth avenue and facing
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
We will buy two city lots close to
car line���must be market prices and
easy terms.
WILSON, COOK * CO.
Office:   Northern  Crown   Bank_ Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Five and two acre blocks and    cutoffs.    Easy terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked an J ln
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and specifications can be seen at St.
Louis college, A. L. Lavery and.1
Small and Bucklln's office.
Tenders to be extended to April
16, 1910.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
120  Acres;   $200
Good terms.
per acre;  close In.
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
BUlt.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the brldgo;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
, , South Westminster,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager,
Here's Another Chance���yesterday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
657 Columbia St. TU
esdav.
AP_IL 12, 1910.
lCrosse Goods
jaseball Goods
ishing Tackle
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lOREY'S
Hoy Early while
^k is Complete
Columbia Street���-665
Ip Westminster, B.C.
DANCE AS GRACE  PRODUCER.
Show  Girl   Declares  Fancy  Steps Are
Best of Exercise.
Virginia Forbes, one of the showgirls In "The Red Mill" advises all
women who wish to be graceful to
take lessons ln fancy or clog dancing. Miss Forbes points out that it
ls dancing, practiced by women In
musical shows, that makes them so
graceful when not on the stage.
"All women would benefit more by
Indulging ln some lofty kicking and
fancy stepping than ln playing bridge
or whist all afternoon," said Miss
Forbes. "Systematic dancing in moderation is one of the best of exercises.
Indeed, jjome physicians declare that
next to horseback riding it Is the
most beneficial of all. As soon as the
women of the present day, who now
devote so much of their time to whist,
or to reading trashy fiction, learn the
value of dancing, I believe dancing
clubs wlll be established to take the
place of euchre parties."
Miss Forbes ls one of the prettiest
girls In the big beauty chorus which
will be brought to this city when the
musical comedy is seen here on April
la, at the Opera House.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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IDIew and  Second Hand    Furniture Bought   and   Sold
[Agents for   Bnynes'   Carriages
'and Capital  Milk   Separators
Second-Hand    Bicycles    from
$10  to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275
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FIRE  DAMAGES BIG
NEVADA   STAMP   MILL
Goldfleld, Kev., April 10.���The 850-
ton mill of the Goldfleld Consolidated
Mines company, was damaged by fire
to the extent of $250,000 last night.
Following an explosion in the refinery
where over $500,000 ln bullion was
stacked for shipment the fires spread
to the huge conveyor that carried the
flames to the sampling department
and stamp batteries.
BIBLES FOR CANADA.
King's Printer ^Country Requires
Many Sacred Books.
Winnipeg, April ll.-Canada is a
great country for Bible buying according to S. A. Allen, the representative of iiis Majesty's printers, Eyre
and Bpottlswood, who arrived in Win-
nlpeg last night,
The King's printers have the honor
of being the printers of all the Imperial government blue books and official documents and they are the only
firm in Great Britain who are at various times instructed to print the Bible in English. The Oxford and Cambridge printing presses are privileged
to print the Bible and the Bible board
of Scoiland may authorize certain
Scottish houses to print the sacred
book, but the King's printers are instructed to do so.
Mr. Allen says they have produced
Bibles that it would be difficult for
two men to lift anil others it almost requires a magnifying glass to read. He
has brought to Canada the new Canadian prayer book bound with the English version and a prayei book Illustrated with-, pictures ol the old masters. The King's printers annually
produce something like a million Bibles in English, The British Foreign
Bible BOCletles, whose world-wide activities are so well known, take many,
but Canada requires a large number.
He has Bibles bound In the skin of
every animal Included even in Colonel Roosevelt's repertoire���at least
alums t.
DANGER PERIOD Of
INDIAN MUTINY PAJT
People in Cities Refuse to
Rise, so Agitators Turn
Attention to Villages.
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Jineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
ll. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
telephone 13, Office. Eighth St.
THE MEALS AT THE
,ylton Hotel
��w wej&red hy expert white
wtalnttae cleanest and most
ifflftirj kitchen  In  the  city.
21-MEM TICKET   $4.50
A
Digby Electric Works
Jteirianwhn vrfreB your house places
i  In8 electrically  at your  com-
���   80 place   your   orders   with
m at once.
C��,Umbia S<- Opp.  Tram  Office I
Phone  No.  304
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
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
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
A GOOD
If
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FRIEND    ALWAYS
Km deposit your money for
���' '>��� in The Hank of Toronto
. wm be Bate while you leave
' ana ''eady when you need It,
and it win be
AUTheTime
|*nilng for you three per cent.
*ere8t Small or large sums
ay be deposited at any time.
g0   BRANCHES
ln ^ario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITA |_
REST
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
hkofkonto
EW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15th.
Martin & Emery Co/a Complete    Production
Operatic Sensation
of the World's  Greatest
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Music by Victor Herbert
Book by Henry Blossom
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BERT O. SWOR as C0NK,DDEFRRANKER WOODS as KID-CONNOR
The Famous Dutch Kiddies
A Beauty Chorus of Forty-4U
Special Augmented Orchestra
VICTOR HERBERT'S SONG HITS- ���_.
The Streets of New York, Every Day   U  Ladle,   u y       M|gn0nette,
cause You're You, Whistle It, Go While the Go ns o     ^
A Widow  Has Ways, Good-a Bye,   John, The   '���'���       t    Marfy Me.
You   Never  Can Tell   About  a Woman, I Want You
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Toronto,   April   11.���"1   have   often
been asked here whether there Is any
'serious danger of sedition in India or
'any  likelihood  ot  a  repitlon  of  the
dreadful Indian mutiny of 1857-58.    I
have  always  replied:   'I  believe  not
j and hope not.'   The masses of India
, are not seditious, but agitators have
! gone amongst them in the past, and
jtwo years ago there was an anxious
'time when it was discovered that the
loyalty  of  the Ghurltas  and  Sikhs���
two   classes   of   native   soldiery     on
whom the British administration implicitly   rely���was     being     tampered
With.   Two of these agitators, located
hy   the   Superintendent   Of   Police   at
iRowalpindi,  a  frontier  town   in   thc
Punjaub, were seized and deported to
Bunimli without a trial.    Since then,
beyond a little preaching of sedition,
no  serious   menace   to   India's   well-
being   lias   developed,     so   far as     I
know."
The Cry of the Brahmin.
This statement, dealing with India and her Internal conditions, was
made hy tlie Rev. It. A. King, principal of Indole college, an institution
I conducted in Central India under the
' auspices of the Presbyterian church
in Canada, during the course of an
1 Illuminative address in St. Andrew's
church (King street) Saturday night.
Principal King expressed the conviction that the real solution of this
question of sedition lay in the addition of a moral and spiritual training to the high Intellectual development of the Brahmin youth of India.
This caste, highest of all in the country, considering the other classes of
natives as but |dust beneat|i their
feet. The popular cry of "India for
the Indians," coming from the Brahmins, meant solely "India for us."
They were the most highly educated
class of natives. They had had their
own civilization for hundreds of
years. They were skilled controversialists and learned In metaphysics.
When western learning is added to
this without moral or spiritual training they become dangerous.
Kitchener Confident.
This class, subtile In Intellect, were
the real opponents of western civilization and of the Christian missionaries in India, and the native Christians and missionaries must be trained to cope with them. It was members of this caste who, falling upon
the public platform in debate to
reuse the masses in the cities against
Great Britain, carried the fight Into
the villages of the Interior and there
attributed all of the troubles and
disasters in the country to the white
rulers. They even went so far as
to declare that the dreadful bubonic
plague was sent to them by the British, who were themselves exempt
from it. That, of course, was not
true, for he knew of two missionaries
who had died of It.
They suggested also that the British
poinsoned the wells and caused disease and death, the tangible evidence
of this being the placing of disinfectants in the wells during outbreaks of
cholera by the officers of the Health
Department. "But," declared the
speaker, "beyond these few poor, simple, ignorant souls who have been
thus tampered with, 1 do not fear
trouble in India. Lord Kitchener,
when leaving the country months ago, I
was not looking for any repetition of
the dreadful uprising of 1857.
British Administration Fair. j
"Letters were found upon the two
Indian agitators, whom 1 speak of as
being deported," continued Principal
King, "establishing beyond the shadow I
of doubt their activity amongst the
loyal Ghurkas and Sikhs, In the hope
of creating dissension. When they
were located by the Superintendent
of Police, the governor of the province did not care to risk a trial, and
accordingly both men were quietly
sent out of the country under an old
law which allowed of this course being followed. Since then there has
been on real trouble. Out of the
great population of India not more
than five per cent can read or write,
and few of these go beyond the deciphering of a simple postcard in their
own language, lt is not from the
masses that sedition springs. They
are not seeking representation and
are not crying out for a change in
rule. The British administration, as
1 know It, ls just and fair, and 1 believe from what 1 have seen that the
average nntive so considers it. It is
the Brahmin who ls the menace.
The Real Cure.
"The longer I stay In India the
more I am compelled to lean towards the moral and spiritual education of this caste ns the real cure
for India's unrest. I am endorsed ln
this view by a similar attitude on the
part of the native princes, who are
introducing religious teaching into
the native schools. Sir Andrew Fraser. who cannot officially take any
steps along this line, favors the plans
of the missionary educationist ln
every possible way, because he too
believes ln It. So there ls a much-
needed work being carried on by our
college and other institutional places
of louring In India. The more I think
of lt the more I come to believe,"
he concluded, "that the colleges, and
among them Indore college, are not
only doing the work of the church,
but of the British Empire as well."
FOR SALE
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BY OWNER
d�� ^Af|A cash down buys the best business prop-
*PtU\J\J\jf erty    on    Begbie   street;   close
Columbia, main street.   Balance very easy.
to
A SNAP
<fcOf|AA cash down buys 160 acres'of land, rich
<])��UUU black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
blocks, facing Stave Lake Road, price only $16 per
acre. The timber itself is worth more, the Stave
Lake Power Company is going to have car service
there in the very near future.
APPLY
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President Forrest Leads.
Halifax, April 11.���Nominations for
the moderntorshlp of the Presbyterian
General assembly have been made by
practically all of the Presbyteries of
the maritime provinces. Nearly every
Presbytery names President John Forrest, D.D., for th�� office.
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Our REDUCED  PRICES  on  FINE FURNITURE
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Successors to Lee's Furntlure Emporium.
Phone 73 716-718 Columbia st. New Westminster
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, APft|U ���
The Daily News JOHN OLIVER 1$ GIVEN      "MEDICINAL WHISKY"
' BANQUET AT FORT LANGLEY I     KILLS NEARLY A DOZEN
S��ubllshed by Tne Dally .News Publish-
leg Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C. A. Paige.
. Managing  Director
'Honest    John"    Deals    Exhaustively   Scarcity of Good   Liquor  in  Westerly
With Complex Political Questions. Drives Tipplers to Drink Mixture,
Ninety   Minute  Speech. With' Fatal    Results.
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1910.
Tho   Langley    Liberal    association
Westerly,    R.
McAdam, wreath; Mr. Robert Bradbury and E. Dawe, wreath; Capt. and
Mrs. A. W. Dawe, Vancouver, wreath;
Masters Jas. and Gordon Karl, cross;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dawe, Sr., and fam-
ilv I undo, aunt and cousins) cross;
sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dawe, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Le Drew, Mrs. C. E.
Purvis. Mr. and Mrs. E. Earl, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Davis. Miss Tressa Ford,
Misses Jessie and Nellie Caddell, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Efford, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Johnston, Miss Margaret Bacchus,
Mr. J. Connolly and family. Miss Connolly and Miss Wilkie, Misses Belle
and Lily Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
A SERIOUS LOSS.
A sense of profound regret will bo
lawakenod at the announcement of
the death of Captain R. G. Tatlow,
[-which occurred yesterday, as a result
of the serious accident which he sustained while out driving in Victoria,
���>tl Friday last.
The loss is a real one. The late
Captain Tatlow bad always enjoyed
the   esteem,   not   only   of   his   fellow
I.,    April    11.���The
gave a banquet In honor of John Oliv- deaths of nearly a dozen persons in
er on the evening of Tues lay, April Westerley and Stonington, Conn., and Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bartlett, Mr.
5 in -McDonald Hall, Langley Prairie, vicinity, within a week under circum- Qougald   Bartlett,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   E.
There were present about seventy, stances indicating that most of them Mercer   jjr-  an(j  Mrs.  John  Mosdell,
including a number of ladies. had  been  poisoned  by  wood  alcohol               '       ' ,,���.',,      ....   nnj   a.rra
A. Deans occupied the chair and in contained in a mixture labelled "wliis- Miss   bllsie   ��iOBaeu,_ ��*���  """       �����
a short speech expressed great pleas- ky"   has   stirred   the   authorities   of Noah Mosdell. Miss Babbitt, Mrs. H.
use in having Mr. Oliver present, also Rhode  Island .and  Connecticut. Belyea,   Miss  Ida  Chalk, Miss  Jessie
welcoming the ladies and friends from The concoction is said to have come chalk and Mr. and Mrs. E. Earl.
Cloverdale, of whom a good number from  a  Westerly  drug  store  and  it
were present. is believed that a clerk in  mixing a                            	
After justice had been done to the "medicinal   whisky"   ignorantly   used
good   things  the  chairman  called   on wood alcohol, a deadly poison.
Mr.  Oliver,  who,  in  a speech  of  an Westerly is a temperance town and
H. C. Adams, local  manager of the |,
Merchants' Bank, has left for Vancou- j
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hour and  a   half,  dealt  exhaustively  good liquor has been a scarce article !ver
where he will relieve the mana-
with the political questions of the day,   for a long time.
citizens in Vancouver, but of the peo- \ imperial, Dominion  and' Provincial.      ._.
pie throughout the Province of British j    Mr.   Oliver   was   listened  to    with I
Columbia, for whilst he was in  poll-' markod attention and was frequently
applauded.   When he had finished the
meeting rose In a body and sang "For
He's   a   Jolly   Good   Fellow."
Short   speeches   were   made  by   P.
per there for a week.    In his absence
F. J. Roche will be in charge of the
i New Westminster branch of the bank.
tics a conservative an.l for many years
a prominent figure in that party, he
was eninently fair and broad minded
Floral  Tokens.
The following friends of the family
of  the   late   Ruby   Grace   Dawe   sent
floral  tributes  to  be  placed  on  her
���grave on Saturday.
,    , .      ,,    ,, ,       ,,  ... Father and mother, spray; Jack and
In his views, and never allowed pftrty , ���[ack'.an. Sr., H   Bose, Dr.  McBwen,  rannT and Bert( brothers and siaU,r)
feeling to  misguide  his actions.    He   r .!'",;   T' it   L g"��       li ulu     sPra.v: staff and students of Lord Kel-
tosh, and R. J. Wark, after which the   ���,��� '   h ,,   ������,_.    ,������.  ,,.      ���.  ,,
proved  himself  to  be  a  wxmderfullyJ meetine  adlourned   bT   slneine   "God     in Bch��o1' sates ajar,  Mr. and Mrs.
l���nhl(1 ���,���,���, ,    .        , ..    , .       '1JT     '.,*  *aIJ��ur,noa   "'  seeing    t,od   g   0   T,d     creBcent;   Mr   and   Mrg   travelling under T. M. C. A. auspices
���capable administrator of his late po-  8are the King. | I
This was one of t
A cablegram received yesterday by
C. R. Sayer. travelling secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., from W. J. Bryan
closes the negotiations for the appear,
anee on a lecture tour in England
of the leader of the democratic party
ln the United States. Bryan will spend
about   a   month ln   the   old   country,
���sition as Minister of Finance, in which
;<rapacity he was undoubtedly responsible for tho vastly improved condition of the treasury affairs of the
province.
Captain Tatlow's secession from ths
[McBride cabinet last fall caused a
wery widespread feeling of disappointment, for it was generally recognized
that this meant (he loss of one of
the   most   worth
��� most enthus-
latlc Liberal mpetlngs ever held in
Langley.
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REFORM  IN  BRITISH LAW.
Bill  to  Classify   Murder to  be   Introduced Into British Parliament.
London, April 11.���Two degrees   of
murder,   with   only -one  class punlsa-
able by the death sentence, are suggested as an amendment of the e*-
and   conscientious  igting   law   in   a   hill   shortly   to   be
among those entrusted  with  the  re-: brought before parliament.
aponsibility of carrying  on  the  eor-
eminent of British Columbia.
We feel sure that the sym
lhe entire province will be extended
to the members of the deceasd gen
tleman's  family  in
which has befallen them under such
sad and painful circumstances.
The text of the bill, which lVpre-
sented  by  George Greenwood,  M.P.,
,,.   ,   , .,       , , w*s Issued on Saturday, and suggests
We feel sure that the sympathy of j th(lt on the trlal of 4n lndiCtm,nt for
murder   the   jury   shall   be   required
to retura a rerdiet In one of the two
the  bereafement  fo'_m":i     .        .     ,
Guilty of murder la th* flret def^ee.
Guilty of murder la'th�� seeona degree.
Ths death sentence shall only be
passed oa those foupd guilty of the
murders committed Wjth "express
��� malice aforethought."
Any one guilty of murder of the
"second degree," shall  on conviction,
THE CANADIAN ERA.
The   wonderful   strides   that   hare
been made in the expansion and de-
Is Your Property For
Sale?
List it With us, We Have
the Buyers.
Miller & Jewhurst
Thompson Block, Room 7,  Phone 669
are   clearly   ^e "able to penal servitude for life,
velopment   of    Canada    	
or for  such  less term: as  the court
shall award.
The bill further provides that    no
woman shall be liable to be indicted I
for murder by reason of her killing I
her   child   at   birth   or   within     one '
month of its birth, but that the crime
shall   he   punlshabjq ^by penal   servl-
, tude not exceeding ten years.
A further clause provides that    no I
i person shall he indicted as an acces- |
sory before  the fact to  murder    for '
i person   to  commit  suicide.    Another j
I section  runs:   "An  attempt to     com-1
The annual increase in the revenue , mit suicide sliall not be deemed    an :
Is  Incontrovertible  evidence that  the  attempt to commit frlony within the'
shown by the enormous increase in
the revenue receipts of the Dominion.
TJie.se amounted to well over ninety-
eight millions for the fiscal year ending March 31 and with the collections still to come in the amount will
be considerably over one hundred millions. These are great figures and
represent an Increase of some fifteen
millions over the conesponjing period for 1908-09.
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advance of Canada is steady, and tho
: meaning of the Hard Labor act, 1S2H.^
I'ort of the royal commission on capital punishments issued forty-four
years ago." (
"The law of murder amendment bill
immense Jump which the revenue of ,��� based 0n 8llKgPStions from the re-
1909-10 has made past that for 1908-09
proves that the rate of progress was
far moro active than ever before.
On every hand there are indications
that the present fiscal year is likely
.to show an even more notable advance.. Well may this period of his-
-iory have come to be recognized as
-the Canadian era. Nothing can be
more gratifying to Canadians than to
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Two 5 Room Houses close in, near
to car line, on one full sized lot,
$3000 for the two, 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months. These houses
could rent for $15 each per month.
ALFRED HAWES SEEKS
TO RECOVER BIG SUM
Edmonton, April 11.���Henwood &
Harrison, acting for David & Henderson, solicitors for Alfred Hawes, is-
sued a writ today for the recovery of I
see this acknowledgment of the lm- j $100,000 from the Al.feerta Great Wa-1
portance of their beautiful homeland ��� terways RailWarf company, W, J.
.and to observe her gaining a place In clarke- president of the company, and
the forefront of tbe great countries |^g Cornwall, M. E. P., for Peace'
at the world.
H. H. LENNIE
650 Columbia Street. Phone 596
SUNSHINE AMD FLOWERS.
April is certainly living up to her
old reputation of being a fickle month.
Dull, dripping skies alternating with
all to brief intervals of sunshine,
Jiave prevailed ever since the month'
<camo in. There has however been a
^decided advance In the temperature,
and everyone sees clear Indications
that Spring ls with us in all her glory.
Leaf and flower are making rapid
growth and the grass wears a mantle
of rich, verdant green.
Quite naturally the continued damp-
ness of the climate gives the farmers
occasion to grumble and complain,
.but though seeding and planting may
lie somewhat delayed, probably very
little time will be eventually lost,
as the soil will be in excellent condition to promote growth when the May
:sun shines undimmed upon the earth.
That our womenkind should be
���somewhat depressed by the gloomy,
wet weather, is perhaps to be expected. It is certainly hard upon them
4hat they Bhould he prevented from
��lothlng their fair forms in all the
t>rllllance and glory of the new Spring
frocks and millinery. But let them be
patient for a little, and gather courage
from tiie circumstance that they wlll
Ibe able to play a far more brilliant
.and important part, and effectively
.contribute to the happiness and gaiety
*ot the community in tlie merry month
of M��y, when It is promised���oh,
that the promise bo fulfilled���that Columbia street shall cast off its present distressing condition and emerge
���a. noble and beautiful thoroughfare,
mn which lt will be a real Joy to meet
��� one's   neighbors   and   lo   do   a   little
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Columbia Street
2 Story Brick Block, 33 ft. frontage $42,500
66 ft. Corner, close in, easy terms $13,000
132 ft. Double Corner, close in, easy terms $22,500
Carnarvon Street
132 ft. Choice Business Site, near Russell Hotel $22,000
132 ft. Choice Double Corner, three streets $ 7,500
132 ft., Two Inside Lots $ 5,500
Everyone of the above will net you a splendid advance
in a few months, besides being an absolutely safe investment.
A Few Words
About Dress Goods
Hundreds of yards have come pouring in daring 11.�� last til
weeks, making our selection one that cannot fail to Impress those wm
inspect this showing. Come and see them yourself������.(��� tho (.|egJ
array of lovely colorings and the many varied weave", brought on
ln plain and novelty effects that afford a wide oholce to tin unJ
elded shopper.
WE MENTION A FEW OP THE  MANY LINES WE CARRY-
Novelty Striped Worsteds
65 Cents Yard
Scarcely a shade you can mention that we hare nol in stock,!
^lack. Nary, Brown, Wistaria, Heseda, Rose, Fawn, Green, Grey aodl
Catnwba are the shades ln tl.Is all-wool fabric, au excellent ma-l
terlal  for  either  suits  or  dresses; 42 taphes wide; pei yard 65c|
At 75 Cents Yard
What a eplendld finish to this material. You'll be astonished atj
the fine quality shown at this figure. Drap de Paris and self-strlpeu
suiting in shades of Blue, Brown, Grey, Biscuit and Green. SeeourJ
window showing for some of these; 42 Inches wid��; per yard ...75cI
Mono-Tone Striped Poplin
85 Cents Yard
A ver.   effective creation In Dress Goods, and one that has
asserted itself as a  ready seller.   In a few exclusive shades, inciting Mousse, New Olive Green, Ashes of Iris, Navy, and Black. \
special value;  4t! inches wide;  per  yard   	
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Exclusive Suit Lengths
For those who are on the lookout for something out of the ordinary, we have a pleasing collection of the very lateast in suitings.
Diagonals in plain and shadow striped effects, Bedford Golds in sell-
stripes, and Resllda cloths of various designs. All new shades, such
as Aviator Blue, Violet Ash, Dark Olive, Mignonette, Ashes of Iris,,
Pearl, and also staple colors, it, the length    "'''*
A Dainty, Quickly Served "Breakfast"
Perhaps your appetite  is a little sluggish In the morning?   THel'
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and the food so delicious and appetising that  you're  certain  to enj0/
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE K1VK.
^T TO IGNORE WEST
| goiman Originates
Leme to Supersede Min-
110 cup as World Trophy.
TRYING TO PICK WINNER
OF GREAT ENGLISH DERBY
from
Montreal which
*w��tcbt
jVe N."iT U. bad framed up
*Y��l yesterday's News to tin
'"lie N
lttt^L'lP'without any consider-
leit *���
f %e dates sc
m"' .,,.r   tllP   E
set by the Minto
">esfm- the games here, have
!���.*'���'i"i<"-
!8t on tho coast.
,    unto Cup dateB were fixed by
fw and accepted by the Mon-
Jf11'tf'junel8and25.   On Wed-
���^   Lv 6  the   Vancouver and
fcw.   teams   arranged   their
Kfleavlng June 18 and 25 free
1 Minto Cup games.
in  thur-idaT  a  trlegram  was   re-
6LS Montreal  to   tho  effect
ifjlvcouUln.t come in June and
I L! sew Westminster   to    name
It' Jul . ft�� they were going to
t?ielr league meeting on Friday
fbf courw th. New Westminsters
Lid not get together and change al
_\, plans on bucU short notice and
ilrlda. tho eastern men got togoth-
,.iiJ arrsnged their schedule with-
t reeard to tho New Westminster
-ani or ths Minto Cup dates. The
L| men have toi yet held a meet-
L and It Is Impossible to forecast
foe result when they have ono, but
L prospects of Minto Cup games are
ring dim, ��nd the Montreal La-
BOise club has not added to Its ku-
los in this part of the country during
(_j la?; two or three days.
lit the same meeting as the one at
thich the orients! stick handlers
,ave the cup trustees the BO-by, a
jentl'mnn by the name of Sol Sol-
Ian made public a proposal to donate
j cup emblematic of the champlon-
||p el ths world.
Sol makei about a billion dollars a
|j. r pushing ferries across the  bay
it Toronto, and can  well  afford  to
jnnse himself in a jewellry store, but
1 doesn't send his purchase out here
lete will be a noiso.   When It comes
.) wisdom, Bolman has the original
jSDtleman with the hefty harem, bent-
la about forty cubits,    lie ought to
���write a picture   post   card   to     Lord
���Minto nnd dak him why he bought the
IctipKi.iPli at present Is getting du��st^
[in t'l.f Carnegie Library here.
I  From the trend of tlie reports which
thave emanated so far, he is going to
! hand',':. rup over to one of the Qftflt*
wnt'Misand then they are going to
tealiuieback yard lacrosse there
i lot \',t. ��orld championship.    It will
hspeutstuff for lacrosse, when they
gamWuoimd Montreal for the championship olthe world, and there is a
. lean on Up Pacific  coast  which   is
I-cfaampioo of Canada, and which the
best, amslntlw east cannot defeat.
.   Solum ought   to  hand  that  stunt
lalong to Sir Thomas Llpton and then
lae great sailor could  make  a  little
cup rv. r ln England and call his boat
tbe fastest yachl  in the world, with-
J out worrying aboul the United States.
English  Turfites   Figuring  on  Classic
Horse Race���Lord Rosebery's Neil,
Gow  Is  One   Favorite.
English turfites and the general
public who are interested in the classic races have been busy of late trying to get a peep at the derby candidates to see how they fared during
the winter months. On account of the
bad weather In England during February and early March lt was pretty
hard for the critics to get a good
square look at the cracks, but recent!?
they have all been seen In the open.
To go by their appearance the entire
lot have done woi' by having grown
and gathered muscle.
Just now there are only about three
In the public eye for the big Epsom
race, and they aro Lord Rosebery's
Nell Gow, Mr. Fable's Lemberg and
Major Loder's Admiral Ilawke. Whisk
Broom, owned by Harry Payne Whitney, is rated as good as the last
named, but he Is not In the derby, so
he ls not reckoned in the present calculation. Lord Rosebery's colt Is being prepared by Percy Peck, and
from what could be gathered about
the candidate it U interred that he haH
tamsd down considerably and bIiowb a
big Improvement on his manners orer
last year. During hU two-year-old
career hs was almost unmanageable at
| the gate, and when ho did not bolt he
wa* slow in getting away. That hs
has developed the right way li stated.
|    Lomberg bag uot grown ms much us ,
Aleck Taylor, his trainer, would wish,
but Bayardo's half-brother has put on j
'muscle an;l shows great power In the
quarters and back. Admiral Ilawke
ls reported to hare thickened ln the
body and has grown into a real grand
looking racer. The own brother to
PrSHty Polly wa* said to bs lacking
in substance around the loins, and he
' bus filled so well behind the saddle
that the fault u said to have disappeared altogether. How much the
foremost bunch have gained ln
strength and speed will not b* known
till they are seen carrying silk, and
this will  not  occur  before  the Two
[Thousand Guineas and the One Thousand Guineas, to be run at the Newmarket spring meeting about a mouth
hence.
The following table shows the rating of twenty of the foremost colts
and miles, according to the free handicap at Newmarket:
about' m! ,!K" a f0W l,cinS    sceptical
anout matters this time.
1111906 the winner was Spearmint,
'""''     ;'   two-yeai old he was    rated
,     '     hemadetbejresen,
, '    ,'' - minutes 36 3-6 seconds for
V I   '"���''   ?rby' the vlct��nn 1907,
I    talt��>e  -e class as a two!
f��*��W with Galvanl or Blleve Gal-
ion   1,,. he wag g0Qd p        .   at thp
1 '���''. "|,,;;:"'11  to lanS the big race
""   '-"'���    Nobody ever heard a
word    about   Slgnoretta    until    she
ashed past the post in 1908.   This
tune a year ago Bayardo was such a
"ortte ,,,:ir he kill ,1 all betting on
h,'.ra,��-   N^hlng else was suggested
to have the slightest chance, vet he
was unplaced In both the Two" Thousand and Derby, though of course he
did great things later when he rounded into form.
Lemberg is a half-brother to Bayardo on the dam's B ,ie, and it is not impossible that he may be soft of hoof
and hard to train, like Bayardo was
last spring. With regard to Neil Gow
there are two important points to be
considered, one being his temper
which ls liable to break out at any
moment. The other is thai on Chelan-
dry, his dam's side, ther,. have been
some "roarers," and the strain ls bv
no means desirable. The only serious
objection that can be raked up against
Admiral Hawke is that he is suspected
of not being the best sort ot a stayer,
though there is nothing to warrant'the
assertion, because the races he did
win last year he won galloping ln good
form, aud in the races In which he
met defeat he responded warmly
when called upon.
MRS.   HARRIMAN'S  HORSES
TO LIVE IN PALACE BARN
Mlddletown, N. Y., April 10.���Mrs.
Edward II. Harrlman has begun the
erection of one of the costliest stables
In the l'nited States at the foot of the
Incline railway leading to the Harrlman estate at Arden.
The stable will be lighted by electricity and contain a hot asd cold
water aystera and other conveniences.
Including u workshop, a garage, and
a hospital accommodating six horses.
��� PORT  NOTES.
The Alerts baseball club wlll bold
s meeting at t-he Conservative club
rooms on Wednesday evening.
The lockets donated by the R. A.
&. I. society for intsrmedlats lacrosse
matches at the Provincial exhibition
last fall are being distributed to the
members of the Westminster tesm by
Rev. J. 8. Henderson. The local* won
the Jewelry by default, the Vancouver
team falling to appear.
Noil Gow 126
I.onawand  ..
113
Lemberg   ....   iii
San   Antonla
11-2
Admiral Hawke
Helot   ...   .
111
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Sunshine  ,..
109
Rochester .... 116
Merry Jack .
10!)
Charles O'Malley
Yellow Slave
111!)
   115
Stolen  Kiss
107
Greenback  ...  115
Wildflower II
107
.Maid of Corinth
Amore   ...   .
107
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Apache
107
Tressady ..  .. 113
'Top o' Morning
S. Nftvarre colt 113
107
Big Smoke Starts Training.
Chicago, April 11,���Jack Johnston
today started training for his fight
with James J. Jeffries. For more than
nn hour he boxed with Jos Cotton. "I
was just feeling myself out today,"
said Johnson, "and from now on I
will live up to a regular program
until April 20, when 1 start for San
Francisco. 1 will stop on the way at
Omaha, Kansas City and Los Angeles.
Give us
Your
Grocery
Business
It Will Pay You
Royal Standard
flour
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
DECIDING  GAME   TONIGHT.
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fes Westminster Billlardists Win,
Chamberlin Cup Goes to Vancouver..
'"ie billiard men will play their
prill game with the Vancouver cue
WW's tonight and are more ontl-
p ol victory than they have yet
m, Coldicutt has been playing in
TOI form lately, last night making
���> 'ess than seven 40 breaks in a
Poetic, game, This has been a com-'
���w occurrence with him lately and
"Mocal green table fans hope to
�� 'he humiiiation of Gordon tonight.
'������rd has been received from Lee,
MW18 to "lay ^t time on
����oiint of his eyes, hut he has been
tip ^lTlr ;""' ls expected to turn
Aeeordlng  to  this  tal'de   Neil  Gow.
should win the derby, with  Lemberg'
second and Admiral Ilawke third, with
something  like  a couple  of    lengths
separating them, but It is by no means
certain that the race wlll result that
way. . This trio were the best of the
two-year-olds, and in the majority of
Cases the classic animals retain their I
form to the three-year-old season, so
It is only reasonable that   Nell Gow,
Lemberg and Admiral Ilawke should
be the public fancy at tbe present. Kor
the last four years the rule has not
worked out so  well and that Is the
Manufacturing Sites
WATERFRONTAGE   AND   TRACKAGE	
We have a number of these, but we want our list extended so
that we can suit all comers.
We are specializing in these	
We have choice residential sites at Edmonds, 66x165 feet. Price
$250; 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months. Five cent car fare
and water system, etc.
Nothing better in the country.
PATTERSON COMPANY
657 Columbia St., and at Edmonds.
Phone F 208.
(alls
len the team KOeg over    lf lie
.   to materialize another man will
"ready to play,
the ;���"""''' members of the team are
and \vat| US e' Giant' Andebe,,8
nil* ;','"'",'!,""'' wlnB toul*M they will
tocl!, amb"rlln cup, as lt. was
ot lev��� wln,"'r "f fmlr K��mps out
Neh��� cTedithey h<lVe alrea'dr three
WANT TO  BET.
Ho.
rse Breeders   Plead  for  Contlnua-
Lovi,, of   0ral   Betting.
*>��;;;;.';".iK.y-Ai)i" ^-writing
hk\-,-,, n u,'RinK the New York
^or ",? doteat ,lle Mil prohibit.
e,u K on hor8e ''"Ping, '"anv
'   Kentucky   todav   sent a
lew,.
"s in
chairtii ��� ',^ ilte Sfcnat��r B, Brackett,
bleeders '!' 'P Co(!es con��mttee. The
oral i..i,i, '���lre that a law against
,0 the . . *ould slrlke a vital blow
!�� aire'.,," ( bfsedlng Industry, which
le��8latlon   Crlppled b^  antagonistic
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St. ��,dlba? Re8t,n9 E",er-
thl'(l u i,'    prl1 1L ~ Following a
ftsi.ik*"1110*1'* treatment today B. J.
trlh;"'h. pit,
"otiais  ,.,     .  r,	
the'la' u-     ls, 8p'l0usly 111 with dlp-
eonif���:..   as  Bald  (
K'l'er for the Chicago Nt.
!'��nals. wh
to be resting more
o crisis Is  expected
lv ,,7 I..��� l)ll>'Blcian declnres lt
**��.unlt0l
ftt'ortabiv    t.  -" 	
lomorrr...    ,,,l ho crtB>s Is  expected
will be at i        p'    ' '
rec��vciR  , ,.'st ll month, if Reulbach
D��ore he will be  able to
"����� again.
, A' fi.,, i   erday's Baseball.
trol,, ,-u '"nail -Cincinnati,   1;   De-
At    '
It WiU Be a Case
Of Julius Caesar's Famous Proverb (slightly changed)
I Came, I Saw, I Bought It
If you are seriously interested and investigate the
best   sub-division   proposition in New Westminster
Real Estate Today
ABOUT 160 ACRES, LOCATED WHERE THE HIGH LAND
STRIKES THE RIVER AT THE NORTH-EAST CORNER OF
DELTA MUNICIPALITY. 10 MINUTES WALK FROM
CHILLIWACK TRAM CAR. 10 MINUTES FROM CITY BY
GASOLENE LAUNCH. THE TR\CT ABOUT 150 FEET
ABOVE RIVER LEVEL WITH A 4 Per Cent. GRADE FROM
ANNIEVILLE POST OFFICE.
JUST A LOOK, and you will ��ee that from any part of thu property you
have the most magnificent view Po����ible.   Call and we will prove it.
BRENING & COMPANY
Merchants Bank Bldg.        New Westminster.
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Canadian Northern
Townsite
"Right in amongst it."
Lot 11 In Section 2!>���Five acres on
Hl-Jorth Road; $3,000: i-_ cash, balance G and 12 months.
80 Acres In Section 2X���$450 an acre.
TERMS.
10-Acre block on Main Road���$475 an
acre.
12 Two-acre blocks ln Section 30,
Block 5, N. R. 2 West. B. G. E. Ry.
runs through and close to these blocks.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
THE  SURREY  SPECIALISTS.
Phone 85.-628 and 746 Columbia St.
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What's the use ot having a nice
garden, and the hens scratching
It all up?
What's the use ot having hens
If you don't keep them home.
Try us for wire netting and
fencing. <-:-'���   i 'i. \A  ���
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Timbered Lumber Company, Ltd/
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln Dried, Dimension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office, Room 8, Thompson Blk. New Westminster, B. C.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK
AND    UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
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Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
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REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
ersey
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
If ORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
KL VERYTHINO to giiln and small chance to lose by so doing.
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premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the  accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
HE Suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured.
MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
REDIT jot otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
O go to law means lass of time,  money, endless annoyance and
worry.
OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
NLY Insurance against such risks wlll enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER tho protection of a Liability Policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you wlll save money and time and
be relieved from  all  such annoyances . \
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THE DAILY NEWS. *
TUESDAY, APR|L
Some
Opportunities
Make
Money
The Time to Swell Your Bank Account
is the Present The Way to do it is
by Investing in Some of These Special
Buys.  The Cost is Little, the Profits Sure
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Lots
$350
Li I.
3 good lots on Sapperton Heights,
$350   each. Wl
$450
5 lots adjoining school site, Sapperton; A bargain; $450 an'd J600;
terms. K'2
$250
A fine block of 12 lots. Near proposed tram line, Sapperton; $250 each.
Best of terms. fill
$2100
2 splendid lots on Fourth avenue
on coiner of Eleventh street, price
$2,100;   with terms. f-HG
$400
$125 cash will secure two good lots
in the best part of Sapperton. Price
$400. N51
$1400
2 good lots on Nanaimo street close
to car line. Price $1,400; cash handles this. 1417
$2500
Block of 10 lots on Tenth avenue,
Sapperton. $2,500 takes the lot;
terms. 1159
$450
Fine good lots on Rousseau street,
Sapperton, $450 each. Investigate
this. 1172
$275
Only $275 for lots on Tenth avenue;
all cleared. f41
$2000
Good Burnaby subdivision of eight
lots; close. Price 12,000. On Sixth
street car line.
$500
2 lots on Hospital street, Sapperton.
Price $500. f20
$1550
5   lots  at   Sapperton   In   good   location.    $1,550 takes the lot; terms. 121
$600
Two good lots on Knox stret, Sapperton.   Only $000 each. flit
$500
2 lots on Blair avenue.   Price $500;
terms. f21
$900
2 lots on Simpson street.   Price only
$900. f!9
$250 and $300
A block of 10 good lots at Sapperton. Price $250 and $300, or $2,250
takes thc lot. fl9
$3000
A fine site for an apartment house.
A snap at $3,000. f43
$1200
A fine double lot in good advantageous position for only $1,200.
$1200
A splendid lot on Sherbrooke streel,
Sapperton, $1,200, with good larins. f43
A large lot, 75x200 on Queen's avenue between Tenth and Eleventh
streets.
Acreage
$1200 per acre
Some good 3 acre lots in Burnabv
close to B. C. E. Ry. tramline. $1,209
per acre.
fq
$900 per acre
2 acres on North road, Burnaby
Near P. O. All cleared and in gra88'
Price $900 per acre. j,jj
$1900
0  acres  in Edenholme  subdivision
Port   Kells.      New   house;     ;;   acres
cleared,    remainder    slashed.      Price
$1,900. ',,.,
$50 per acre
160 acres in Langley one-hair mile
from G. N. Ry. Some good timber,
Only $50 per acre. (jj
$150 per acre
40 acres in Surrey close to tram
line at $150 per acre. iq
$100 per acre
80 acres on Hall's Prairie road In
Surrey; close to school and church;
10 acres have been slashed. Price
$100 per acre.
$230 per acre
Coquitlam property, 20 or 40 acts,
at $230 per acre.
$150 per acre
Acreage   at�� Cltoverdale,   $1. ��'>   per
Acreage at Cloverdale, $150 per acre.
Close to town and tram.
240 feet waterfrontage. See us
about terms. ,,  ,
Homes
$3500
Modern seven-roomed lions., on
Fourth street hetween Fourth and
Fifth Avenues. Splendid bain and out-
houses.   Only $3,500. f:'7
$7000
An acre of land on Fourth avenue
with large modern house and outhouses and orchard.    Price $7.i||i". 127
$6500
Large house and barn at South
Westminster. Suitable for rooming
house. Rented for $150 a m.>nth.
Price $0,500.    Good terms. '-���
$4500
12 roomed house on Twelfth street.
In fine location, with modern Improvements.    Only $4,500. f27
$3500
Large house od Hamilton street.
Concrete throughout; two stories and
basement; 8 rooms. A good buy at
$3,500.
$2100
Fine new cottage at Sapperton with
lot fenced and cleared. Will buv for
$2,100. f29
$2000
8  roomed  house <>n  Durham  street
with   large lot,  70x182.    Price $2,000.
t29
$2250
Mouse on Eleventh street; 5 rooms
on two large lots.    Price $l!,25ti.     f31
$3000
House on Royal avenue renting for
$20 per month; modern throughout,
Price $3,000. f81
$3000
$3,000 buys a fine house on Second
street. Good barn and fruit trees.
Price $3,000. Wl
EVANS
706 Columbia St.
DARKE
-     Phone 572
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APRIL 12, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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ave Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
Assets
THE
HE REALTY CO.
2109 Granville St.
B>hone"R4949       Vancouver, B.C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
ADVENTUROUS TRIP
TO VISIT INDIANS
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[del Sign Works YEE KEE & CO.
Ln scene and ornamental
t1      painting.
| News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thto. P- Young. Prop.
TA1L0R9
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box 644
JACKSON
HUNTING
COMPANY
CORRF.CT
STYLISH
PRINTING
[Estimates Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
COAL
New
Wellington
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office 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 in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and Id-
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
,,.TV':K N0TI( '���       ���  an auplioation
atlon oN l^er the CoS
t\l"n '" ,!"  fownship or Dlstrlc   of
tll-ll^  ���'?������'���'��',...,imploVn-
���,' .    / b?1.,Dee1 'rom the Reeve
-j   '   . : K "\Ui" Corporation of the
loy.fbipor District of Surrey to the
218   da,  of October, A.D., 1905 and
- bt d.y of December  A.D., 1901 of
or tri, S1r".Ular tha< certain parcel
ortract of land and premises situate
ring and being In the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of Brills .Columhla, more particularly known
and described as- Lot 1 In subdlvl-1
Blon 24 of hlock l of section 30, block!
5 north, range :: we t; lots 8 to 17,
inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
lo to 21, Inclusive, block 14 of south- j
east quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,6, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section 16, block 5, north range 2 I
west; lots 2Z and 23, In subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2. west; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8 11
12, block 4 ot lot 387A, group 2; 'lots
2 to 6 .Inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9;
���ot 5, block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
ot 38, hlock 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section 4, township 9; ids 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
���I. township '.'; lot 22, block 16 'of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block 16 of south-
cast 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 the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest tho claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of the first publication of this notice upon you, and
ln default of a caveat or certificate
of Us pendens being filed within such
period, or In default of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof ln fee. And I h ;reby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published in N'ew Westminster will
be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlee,
New Westminster, Province of British
i Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
1 D., 191'.'.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers.
George Stone. Robert Lyness, Margaret (',. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John E.
Hunter.
Minister Travelled 600 Miles
on Ice.-La Grippe And
Immorality in North.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Winnipeg, April 11.���Rev. John Sem-
mons, of the Indian department, has
returned from a (luo mile trip of inspection extending over three weeks,
which was memorable rather than enjoyable to him. His marching orders,
unfortunately, came a little too late
In the season; or, to put it the other
way, the spring opening came a little
too early for the journey. The snow
was already gone from the land when
the start was made, and the party had
to travel largely on the Ice, hence the
Journey was longer and more difficult
and desolate than It would have been
by the regular winter roads. Very
fair progress was made, however, as
far as Fisher river.
The Peguls Reserve.
The business done at that place was
more directly with the new reserve.
Peguls, which Is near the Fisher river
reserve, being separated from the
western houndary of the latter hy a
tract three milt
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 .
making direct connections for all
points ln Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves daily at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A. Vancouver
Ojjfe CANADIAN PACIFIC
^^B.C.CoastSS. Sailings
THE   MEEK   MILLIONAIRES.
B. C. COAST SERVICE.
Sailings from C. P. R. wharf, Vancouver.
To Victoria���1:30 p. m. daily.
To Nanaimo���2 p. m. daily except
wide left for home-1 Sunday; leaves Sunday at 5:15 p. m
steading.    The  Peguls Indian  settle-     To Union and Comox���Leaves Van-
ment began last summer, and thirty-'couver, 11 p. m. Monday,
five families from St. Peter's are now j    Alaska service���11 p. m., March 14,
comfortably housed there, largely with j 24 and April 4.
j the aid of the Indian department. The j    To Prince Rupert���Leaves Vapcou-
people have erected new houses un-lver at 11 p. va. every Saturday.
i der the supervision of John Sinclair, I    To Chilliwack and points of call���
a resident of tlie reserve, who is regu-j 8  a.   m.   Mondays,   Wednesdays   and
larly employed by the department as
I foreman there. The Indians have heen
j supplied by the department with lum-
| ber, shingles, doors, windows, nails,
jtar paper, locks, hinges, etc., and they
j have done the work themselves. The
��� government has made provision for
; twenty-five additional houses, and it
lis expected that that number of families will be added to the colony this
i year.
The   Peguls  reserve   has   been   so
1 named in honor of the first chief of
'. the  St.   Peter's  hand known  to the
j government  and to  history.    It was
Mr
Fridays, from B. C. Coast wharf, New
Westminster, B. C.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET. Agent,
New Westminster.
or
C. B. FOSTER.
Asst.  Gen.  Pass.   Agent,
Vancouver. B. C.
('Globe and  Commercial  Advertiser,*
New York.)
Tho process In some respects may
be unkind, but clearly' the constant
drubbing of millionaires lias one most
happy effect. Instead of resenting
the hard knocks they receive from
the public they are subdued to a most
astonishing meekness. Witness the
Rockefeller announcement that the
greater part of the vast fortune whose
accumulation has stirred ln��l����*i���'-�����
and aroused apprehension Is to 'oa
devoted to the prevention and ��!��e *���"��.
lief of suffering and in the promotion
of any and all the elements of kuiv.-n
progress.
The amount of gifts to the public
seems proportionate to the energy-
displayed by the public In criticizing
and abusing the giver. It will be conceded that John D. Rockefeller has
had more unkind things said of him
than any man of this or probably any
other generation. His bestowals for
public purposes, already .120,000,000
are soon likely to exceed .200,000,000.
Another hammered American is Andrew Carnegie, and he has distributed
1162,000,000. The last seventeen
years has been a period in which millionaire baiting has been lifted to almost a profession, and In the seventeen years public benefactions by private persons ln the United States
have aggregated $1,150,000,000. Those
who like to carry arguments to logical
extremes can maintain with considerable plausibility that If there had been
even more lntesnity of abuse there
might not have been a millionaire left
���every ono of the despised class having achieved the suicide of his fortune, According to thc beatitude the
meek are to inherit the earth, but it
is silent as to what they were to do
with it after they have received it;
it. appears that their office, after tho
earth is placed in their grasp, is to
return it through self-disinheritance.
It Is not necessary or profitable to
analyse the motives behind these gigantic gifts. Each man may entertain
the theory that suits him best. The
Socialist says it is remorse���perception even by the millionaire soul that
his wealth represents robbery of the
many.   The cynic says it is vanity���
came   under   his    own     observation I an expression of a desire to buy dis-
��� showed a deplorable and disgraceful  tlnctlon.   The individualist says 41 is
Semmens' duty to take an inven- ��� Rtate of affair8    The number of mis- because the human heart is a benev.0-
itory of everything on the reserve, misionaries UiA teachers is quite inade- lent instrument,  and,  when it    can,
; doing which had to call at every house . QUate to restraln evilg ot th!s kind.! spontaneously seeks to do good rather
.and see if the conditions laid down ,Thpre   lg   no   mtsslonary   or  teacher  than Ul.   The democrat says it is be-
had been complied with  and whether 1 at  peguis,    the missionary  at Jack  cause of the social pleasure flowing
ithe   people   were   satisfied   with.the (Hpad la be,ng W|thdrawn and these .from the existence of democratic in-
; amounts of lumber, etc., given them   lg none at Hole Rlver I stltutlons���that   lt   being   practically
Until  recent  changes  came  into er-,    Nav|gation, Mr. Semmens believes,  useless  to  found families or to   at-
feet this territory was in charge   of
Sydney Swinford as Inspector.
Passed Good Winter,
Mr.   Semmens   found   that   the
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS. Ltd.
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COPYRIGHT;
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as w�� prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
���*��� 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 7th day
Of September, A. D. 190S, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
!of land and  premises  situate,  lying
!and being in the District   of    New
| Westminster, in the Province of British     Columbia,     more     particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North,
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any Interest ln the said
land by virtue of in unregistered Instrument, aad all persons claiming any Interest in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the cialm of the tax purchaser
within forty-Are days from the date
of the service of this notice upo�� /���>.
and ln default of a caveat or ��*rtf-
cate of lis 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 ln respect of the said land,
S and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof in fee. And I hereby order that publication of this no-
Itice for thirty days in a dally newspaper pub.lshed Iti New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
I Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A" ��- m0> C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry.    John
Doue'as  Alexander G. M*��'w'��n>.
wlll be open this year by the 1st or tempt to endow descendants, the pub-
15th of May instead of at the usual lie generally gets what under an aris-
time, a mi nth later. On Saturday at, tocratic regime is reserved for a
In- Selkirk there were eight or ten craft' class. The truth is the giver himself
< it.', had spent the winter very com- \ brought around from the slough and probably does not exactly know why
foitablv. The department had made ! lying along the wharf, being prepared he gives, no matter how much he in-
every provision for their wants. The' for the season's work. The construe- dulges in phrases and explanations.
soil, he says, is good. He has never! Hon of a number of fishing boats for j Indeed, looked at in the large, it
seen a reserve better adapted to the I Capt. Robinson by Archie White was  seems almost as strong a human ln-
: raising of stock and there  is a tre-;in progress, and he was also building' stinct to give as it is to accumulate.
: inendous acreage of the best hay land I a boat for the department. Capt. Pur-1 The two tendencies exist side by side
in this country He found 100 bushels vis was building a large gasoline and in the same character, and men strug-
of potatoes on hand ready to start sailboat for Mr. Rogers, trade at Fish- gle and strive to get that which, when
the  people  in  agriculture,  and they  er River. ! gained, does not seem worth retaining,
had plows, harrows, and other necessary implements ready on the ground.
There was also a store of goods for
the sick and destitute, sufficient to
I prevent any possibility of starvation.
I Arrangements have been  made    for
| these through the wise provision of
1 Agent Swinford.
Mr. Semmens next went up the lake
to Jack Head river and Berens river,
> inspecting the schools as he went
along. He found the roads very heavy,
1 there being much water on the ice,
iso that he could not reach the usual
1 stopping places, but had to camp out
I of doors a great deal, and occasional-
1 ly to take his meals on the ice.   On
two nights it rained until midnight and
then snowed until daylight���but these
things, he says, were only trivial incidents in the usual winter's travel.
^vei^eT^
NOTICE.
District of New Westmlster.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright
of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply Jo
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
for a license to prospect tor ���coal ami
petro.eum on the following described
'^Commencing at a post marked Wm.
E. Wright's southwest corner, set^
the southeast corner of DIMrtCt;UT
No. 205. Group 2, New W*JBinrter
District, thence east one mile, tlwnoj
north   one   mile,  thence  west  three
sig'fSlii
fourth of a mile to the point of com
menCementWILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
Peril on the Ice.
Coming down the east side of Lake
Winnipeg Mr. Semmens found a great
deal of difficulty  owing  to  the fact
that at the points and between the
islands, the Ice had become very weak
through the operation of currents underneath wearing the Ico from below.
From thlaj-ause the party found themselves a number of times in great danger.   They had to pass through acres
of water on Cither side,  taking the
ice between.   At times they were unfortunate enough to have their dogs
full   into   the   water,   though  luckily
with no fatal or serious results.   They
visited  Hole river,   Black  river  and
Fort Alexander on the east shore, but
could   not  go   to   Brokenhead  owing
to the fact that no ice was found in
the river and there was no boat at
I band.   They consequently returned to
lutmlt and took the train home from
tthere, putting the dogs and sleigh on
! board  the  train.    They    had   three
teams of dogs and a leader, making
! seven ln all, ln charge of their owner
Capt, Anderson, of Selkirk, an experl-
! enced navigator on Lake Winnipeg for
I thirty years past and long known as
I the captain of his schooner,   The Hustler, which was wrecked last summer.
Speaking generally of the Indians
whom he saw, Mr.  Semmens states
that they are well off.    He found lt
I necessary only at Jack Head river to
I give a little help, and even that necessity might have been avoided lf the
parties had been as provident as they
should have been.   As a rule everybody has had plenty this winter.
He found a good deal of sickness at
Jack Head river and Berens river,
from a species of la grippe.
Immorality  Among   Indians.
The social and moral condition of
the people he found far from being
as encouraging as he could have wished.   He considers lt absolutely necessary that something be done to en- j *U
force the law over the Lake Winnipeg ' 4*
I area.    He has been trying to secure:
1 the appointment of a stipendiary mag-
I Istrate  to  exercise  jurisdiction  over
the whole of the lake.   The occasional visits of an Indian  agent cannot
meet the wants that arise from dis-1
regard of law.   Some Instances that
--,-
Lymmes & Crandell
Beg to announce that they have opened a
REAL ESTATE
'""���';";���- "��� business in the .  '��� *'""**-_..
NEW   DEAN   BLOCK
\.f���������<?���'"*.'  (3 doors from Bank of Montreal, Columbia St.)
We already have quite a number of desirable properties. Come
and see our list. It is growing every day and we will be pleased
to  add  any  which   you  may have.
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CHEAP HOUSES
Six Money making buys for home or investment.
$1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inquire at once.
Also  a  500 foot  bargain  In  Waterfront at $25.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR  QUICK  SALES.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD.
J. A. MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Room 4, Merchants Band Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
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Is This a Snap or Not ?
20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months	
H. H. LENIN IE
t      Phone 596 . 6^0 Columbia Street PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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* COLUMBIA STREET.
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The May Queen voting ballot boxes
have been installed at The Daily News
and Columbian offices. The polls will
close at six p. m. on Saturday.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. ���*
, W. Say* ml the postofflce staff, became the fc.��->py possessor of a son
on Sunday. Both the mother and son
are doing famously.
For  spring  plants  or  cut  flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     ���*
Eight roomed house, barn and three
acres of good pasture land to rent on
new Yale road; about fifty yards from
bridge approach. $L'5 per month. Apply to W. J. Kerr. **
"The Bohemian" is the name of
Westminster's newest cafe. It will
be opened shortly in the Depot Hotel.
Opening announcement later. **
Alderman and Mrs. Bryson have returned from Victoria and other coast
points.
Fire Chief Watson has been granted
five clays' leave of absence, to stait
The Ladles of the  Maccabee3 will   next Monday,
hold  their regulary  monthly  meeting
on Wednesday at 8 o'clock at the new
Odd Fellows' hall, Eighth street.
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Our
Naval Policy
4} Is to have nothing but first
class workmen and satisfy our
customers with first class
Plumbing and Heating.
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Fales.
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The sale of seats for "The Red
Mill" opens today at Ryall's drug
store.
The April New Westminster Courier
will  have illustrations of  British  Co-
A   wedding   took   place   yesterday   lumbla   Prlze   winning   horses.     Look
morning at St. Andrew's manse when   for u about lhe -oth inst- **
Miss Edna Goudy and Charles Chester Clark were made man and wife,
Rev. J, S. Henderson officiating.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. ������
Mrs.  II.  C.
until Mav.
Major  will  not receive
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
Timber limit for sale, containing
ton to twelve million feet of fir and
cedar. This is a good logging proposition und convenient to water. In
order to close up an estate must be
sold at once. For particulars and
price, apply to Owner, 1001 Sixth avenue, New Westminster. *���
The New Westminster Courier of
April issue will be a municipal number; vital items of rural interest will
appear In It.   Do not fail to purchase
Freeman Bunting, stenographer, has  ,  rnm.     p,,hnat,���H   k, .v,    ���-   ,
removed his office to Room 22, Curtis   It^tesl^VtS |% l^gS
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly de-
Birous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST in commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal,
block,
f    *  -    ��
'The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company Is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R,
car station. ���*
jnonth,
$15,000 SALARY FOR PASTOR,
t       v. TSmAmii    a six.        xt      v-   ,   ' Rabbi Leonard J. Levy to Hold Place
Joseph Bedell, of Albany, New York, For L|fe on $500'0 Peng|on
will be at home with her sister, Mrs.
Prank R. Pearson, 326 Fourth street,
this afternoon.
Look out for the opening of the
new Bohemian Cafe, adjoining the
Depot Hotel. �����
The Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital will hold its annual meeting at three o'clock on Monday, April 18, in the Queen's avenue
Methodist church.
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.
For
Fales.
Ladies'   Desks,
go  to  W.  E.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accouuts.
If you  haven't a Savings Account
NOW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Paid-Up   $ 5,000.000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster, B.  C. Branch,
F. ��MUT��r   Manager.
nn
.W^^^r*W^i
Do not  book your passage without
seeing us first.    Our system of handling  tickets  from   the  Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED.  GOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies tor Ladi,-s from $12/j
up.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
���7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Mrs. J. M. Insley returned yesterday
from a trip to Bellingham.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen in this city at
Fales. ��*
The Philanthies club will hold Its
monthly meeting at the house of Miss
Carrie Robson, St. George's' street,
tonight at seven-thirty o'clock.
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane, Queensborough Ship Yards,
Lulu Island. *��
The May Day committee has been
granted the use of Queen's park for
May 6, when the annual May Day
celebration will be held.
The Epworth League of Christian
Endeavor of the Queen's avenue Methodist church held a well attended
meeting last evening, when Prof. A. E.
Heatherlngton gave an interesting talk
on the celestial visitors. After Professor Heatherington's talk the election of officers took place for the ensuing six months, resulting as follows:
president, Prof. A. E. Eatherington;
first vice, F. J. Conn;-second vice,
Miss Clara Street; third vice, D. H.
Lowthor; fourth vice, Mrs. A. Chamberlin; fiifth vice, Miss Annie Loree
(superintendent Junior League); secretary, Miss Alice Loree; treasurer. E.
Saunders; organist, Miss Jennie Marshall. The next quarterly rally of the
league will be held at Sapperton.
PIttsburg.April 11.���At a meeting
of the Dodelph Sholem congregation
today, Rabbi Lsonard J. Levy was
selected as pastor for life at an annual salary of $15,000 or a $5,000 pension if he should wish to retire after
reaching the age of 75 and the amount
to be paid Mrs. Levy in the event of
her husband's death.
Dr. Levy, who Is a friend of President Roosevelt, is widely known
throughout the world as a man of
broad Ideas and created a sensation,
when last year he filled the pulnlt
of a Christian church for a regular
Sunday sermon. The Rodelph Shol-
em temple is represented by the most
Influential and wealthy Jews in Pittsburg.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davie desire to
thank the many relatives and friends
for their kind sympathy in their recent
bereavement. Also to convey their
thanks to all those who sent floral
offerings.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
SPECIAL TODAY
Glass Bell Shaped
TUMBLERS
75c Dozen
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se,l for the same.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
For a Few Days Only
I |     I ��� I ���_��������� ������W ������W������I**********9mt
***********___\___m__���������w��� m~ ********,W ��� '������ Wl���Wl���
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
DEAN BLOCK |�� Als0 s��me fece Buys in Surrey.
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions    and    order-;    >g
heretofore. *��� - - --
i\ J. HART & Co
LIMITED.
Still Another Ship-
ment of Madras
Curtain Muslins
The nicest array of Ecru and Colored Madras Curtain Muslins ever shown in N'ew Westminster. We are enthusiastic regarding these new .Muslins���bought direct from the manufacturers
in Glasgow. They are of superior value, the quality is the best
seen hereabouts for many a day and the patternings and colorings
you have but to see to fall in love with them. Customers who
have already seen them pronounce the unanimous verdict���the nicest
you have ever shown. We invite you to the Mouse Furnishing
Section to this new showing. Our large show window contains a
number of the newest designs. Per yard, 50c to   $1.25
Women's and
Misses' Knitted
Golf Jackets
Fancy Knitted Golf Jackets
in shades of Brown, Mode
Fawn, Grey, Green Cardinal and
Black and White. Made with
military or roll collar effect
with or without pockets trimmed with si-lf or white Ivory
buttons. All sizes.
Each   $4.00   to     $4.75
White  Muslin and  Lawn
Waists
$1.00   Each.
With pretty allovcr embroidery
fc-onls, high collars and long
tucked sleeves, some with new
puff sleeve, others made to
fasten ln front under box
pleat. All sizes in stock, 34 to
44.   Special today  $1.00
Women's
Laundered
Linen Collars
On Sale 25c Each.
Regular 30 to 40c values. The
sale of these Fancy Kuibroi-
dered Linen Collars has been
so large that the various lines
have become broken in Bizes
As we have ordered new lines
these odd sizes now In stock
must be cleared out. All sizes
from 12% to 14'{. are to be
had though not in each sty le.
Regular values 30c to 40c, On
sale,   each 25c
Boys' Sailor Blouses
In White Duck, also in Navy and   Navy   and   White   Striped   heavy
English  print with  sailor  collars,   to   fit   ages from  2  to  10  years.
Prices 45c to   $1.75
Infants' Short Dresses in White Mull and Lawn, daintily trimmed with embroidery; others have ribbon run through made with
Dutch necks and short sleeves. Price  $1.75  to    $3.50
Boys' and Girls' Buster Dresses
75c Each. '    *~     <v, -..���"-
Strong serviceable Dresses made from fast color ginghams in
Tan, Navy, Sky, Pink, Cadet ind White. Patterns are stripes and
spots and dresses are made with sailor collars nnd yokes; Buster
belts; all piped with contras'.lng colors. Sizes for children from
one to eight years.   Bach   35c
Children's White and Colored
Dresses        35c Each.
Well made "Mother Hubbard" Wash Dresses In Dark and Cadet
Blue Print and White Lawn Pinafores. These little dresses are for
girls from one to six years old. Materials are fast colors, and the
price is less than you would pay for the material alone.   Bach..36c
f
Women's Neckwear Novelties
-...���. 35c Each.  ^
' ' The mos. attractive ideas In Spring Neckwear are featured in this special f^fj^��J
of New Jabots, Dutch Collars, Unlaundered Collars, Muslin and Bilk Bows, Net Bows, Uirnovei-W
lars etc   are here in fresh array.   A new shipment just received contained dozens ol new styles,    id
are on
sale now for the first time.   All at this special price; each
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
.  ,ammr*��uyryw,*rn_t)**.mt;*ii .'Mji*.^*********_*..**.t ,  ,
v;v-v\'... , ^A;t> ...,.,.., .M /,,., -.c'.-ay/:* -   ������:���������: ���.'��� '  ---^~- THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
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made from Royal Grs^e Cream \
of rr*"'5*"* ^
���i'arSar
jVo Alum-tte Ume Phosphates
*
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LEADER R. L BORDEN
May Have Some Difficulty in
Deposing Lieutenants
Foster and Monk.
K&pei ���
HOUSE  AND
ild
Blackwood   Street.
���; price   $l,47o;   terms $300
LOTS
HOUSE
Ibdern, 5
pric. K      ���
. ���  y>IS [Cl
th  \v. C��� electric light;   20
two lots and  housi ;   terms,
fine   frail   ':-
1-3  c ish,  !��� Ian e,
HOUSE AND LOT ON  FOURTH  ST.
.     ���,.,.,,. 6  rooms;   modern:   splendid   fruit   trees:   hoi
c    Woodshed; size of lot 50x160 feet ;lane on
M^( clusive  sale of these.
620 Columbia
*���>��������< *< <rHo<*t &*aaa+4 taaaaaaaata ��<>��������������������*��������������*
It Will Pay You
To Send for Our Prospectus, it tells
how an investment of $50.00 is being
made to bring Large and Quick
Returns. Full particulars can be
kid by sending your name to the
KOOTENAY FRUIT LAND
N= SYNDICATE =eeee
325 Homer Street ,
Vancouver,        -       - "        13    ^-    |
O - iwa, April 11.���Leader Borden Is
��� up against a
tew snags In lib spring plowing und
harrowing o! his part; . bowever,
was not unexj ected when he set his
hand to tl e pi Thi   recent un-
 iment of hi   Inti ntlon to more
firmly asserl li hip and el'i'ect
a party reori h n In which some
i ( the pri  enl ,    ,;.i have
to give way to m �� and more promising men, has been i;, - chi t subject of
discussion ii, ' imi ntary corri-
today. For he mosl pari the
coi ment has bi en In thi n ture of a
commendation ol the opp sii lon leader's attitude. "This i wh tl I Bhould
have decided on long ago," must of
the members Bay,
Thi re are, however, a c n ilderable
nun.!,i r of ri     cltran s.    In the first
placi     li      Fi   ter,    -v, Ith    returnlnl
not sei posed    to
retire into comparative oblivion
tual lon which for
is is emb irrasslng to
hla !��� i di i. In a statement issued to-
. day Mr. i' < ; i dei Ian d tbat he In-
. tendi d I o re in ie his place In tlie '
hou e next week and did not intend
i.i give up political life "unless the
Lord lakes me."
In refi n nee to the report of his Intended, i ;ii. ment, Mr. Foster is quoted ns saying, "Some one has bei n getting i;i his dirty work." lie takes the
:;��� ind that as long as he represents
;ii asUtuency In parliament only his
own i lectors can demand his retire-
iment. At the same time, however, he
says he 1ms no official position as first!
lieutenant to his leader, to whom he!
3 full loyalty. But although ho
will come back to the house and re-
. e his parliamentary duties in a
few davs it is certain that he will no i
longer'be regarded as deputy leader 8YNOPSI8   OF   CANADIAN   HOME
after Mr. Borden. STEAD  REtiULATIONS.
Mr. Foster himself says "I am get-1 	
ting bi tter but I have been advised to j    Any available Dominion Lauds^ witn-
keep quiet.    I propose to do so for In the railway belt ia British Colum-
.  months.   I have not the least In- Ma, may be bomesteaded Dy any per-
: in   however, of giving up my pub- son wtio is the sole head oi a family |
j;', [jfo'.i ior any mule over 18 years OI age, u>
Between the lines of this much may the extent of one-quarter section ol
hP inferred 16" acres' m0re or less'
As to Se forecasted retirement Of'    -   " ~"'  *- -"��� **��*�����* at
��� I Mr. Monk, tfiere is also some ohjec-
t I tion  raised  by  his fellow  Conserra-ljp w"'^u ��"��� '~Z~'~~    ,    .���.���i_
* lives in Quebec who followed his lead Ito P"*y ��ia>'- "0Wtf''er- bd mide
.!
Con Kidder, Franz, the Sheriff and  K id  Connor in the World's Greatest O peratlc   Success,
the Opera House Next Friday Night,   April   15.
The   Red   Mill,"
:
tkV* -*> Sr -���*^*?V.i
��
i
�� <%*________$ Q'
TRY OUR
:. Efiiry must be niad^ personally
also some objec-|tha local  land office  for the district
Conserva- HP which the laud is situate.     Entry
may, however,  be made ��a
Ion  the naval policy in opposition to: certain    couditious    uy    the    father,
Mr. Borden.   This latter's decision to!niother, son. daughter, brother or Bis-
replace   Mr.  Monk  bv  C. J.  Dohertv, Iter of an intending homesteader, i
or possibly by T. Chase Casgraln, ex-   ~The homesteader is required to per
M.I'., of Montreal, will not be carried  toW? llle condition?  connected  there
nvhh   ,mder   one   ot    tne    tonowing
CHANGED THE MARKS.
Ontario
Fruit   Exporter   Fined
Hundred Dollars.
One
Ottawa, Apr!
Iof   Agriculture
10.���The Department
draws  attention   in
  ��� - - * i v
�����������������������**������������������������������������������������* * ����� >MttHH|
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
with   under        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I,lm: At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud on
each year for three years.
Ci) It the father l or mother, lf tne
fa her is dcased,, of the homesteade
k  no   0,u'. pleSSed    PUIO  f����\*���*_ WWw to. ... ,���--
,i. n,��l  ol   am���   aM,  ll.;    "��>'��>.,1S'"���erci1,em��l��astote��ia����
iss-tfHr. ������L _%\___t���wrs��
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bb .
TERMINAL ��5-2& P" Bb I.
HINDOO FLOUR ��4.50 per BD ���
fined $100 and costs.
'^f^'S��� WOMAN
FLOUR ANU Wt____*2L
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Co.
I    New York, April 10.���With the body
, of Mrs. Catherine Ann Todd, an aged
; recluse, who died tills week at White-
house,   N.J.,   was   bulled   today   the
i secret of the whereabouts of a small
I j fortune In jewels, which she Inherited
'from relatives.    Before she died Mrs.
j Todd  told  the authorities that several recent, excursions which she made
: into wooded tracts a few miles from
licr homo were for the purpose of hiding her wealth.
The woman left no near relatives,
but many persona in the vicinity, who
are her heirs at law, are scouring t ho
region tor traces of the hidden cache.
The value of the jewels is said lo exceed   . 12,000.
years at an annual rental of $1 ppr
acre. Not more than 25R0 acres '
shall be 'eased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal, mined.
W, Vi. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement wlll    not be paia
NEW    WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND
FINISH
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
8& LA���' SH,NGLES, SASH,   DOORS -INTERIOR ^
TURNED WORK, FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN
FANCY GLASS.
Tei
lepho
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
'"e 12 New Westminster
VANCOUVER'S MAYOR
HAS CHANGE OF HEART
������ "����� """' ''���,. S. "ri'*%** and Uumber
,moto ��1M��     ���,_    ii,,��� Taylor.
YOU KNOW
has
District  of  New  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that the Pitt Kivei
Lumber   company,   Limited,    a  body
corporate having its head otlice at the
City of New Westminster, Intends to I
apply for permission to lease the fol- I
lowing doscrlhed lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted on
the  westerly  shore  of   Pitt   river  at
lis  intersection  with   the    northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's  right-of-way,    thence    following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a  northeastly  direction,  seven
thousand  eight  hundred   (7,800)   feet
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly   corner   of  the   Pitt   River
er   company,  Limited,   booming
site;   thence at right angles  to said
shore a distance of about three hun-
and dred  and  fifty  feet   (350)    to    the
'EVERLAST' SOX |
Every  Pair Guaranteed ft
Read  Guarantee  Below
In  Cashmere, Black, Maroon,  Brown and Drab
Colors, Three Pairs for
$1.50
In Cottor, Brown or Black, 35c or Three Pairs for
$1.00]
This is the Guarantee:
If after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
any length of time, you should ever find a pair
that fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular
return the same to us and we will replace them
with two new pairs free of charge.
This is Penman's, Limited,
Guarantee and we stand behind it
���,, ,n lllfornmtTon "possible, and ������� %%&��$ cornV"^' booming
SrWSS yJJ-J-KsK said point being two hundred
that the laws are m-nib ��
said   point,   oemg  ��u   ���^.,.... ,
feet from low  water mark of
M. J. PHILLIPS
The ^iVararobe Clothier
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
Some people do not.
That  wo  are
Sherwin Williams
Co's Agents
So lf you want to know
about their products call
at
5^HARDWARE
advert5e
       trom  iow   ��mc, -
U1U, .... ���--���.. '��.id'shore; thence southwesterly and .
cution will f< '��*-tne Lord'8 Day Al- ,saW *^���'     m) feet from sald ,ow
���Km- rs,Cbeen agitating to have a  ^hmgjj .J^ eight ,
Ua"''.n, ot the city stores closed, but  ���t ^^ (7gg())
ntimbet ol tne prepared to go,"    .        t0 ���le southwesterly corner
^jaiS^MJW^MlS m booming site;   thence north-
Uie   vnd    It   Sabbath  labor In   tho  ���        ,    t0 polnt of commencement,
-1       ',C   Hon of buildings and similar wo.k  w   con\alnlng slxty (CO) acres, more
���-4        eiec             j        _ma J
Columbia Street
westerly  to poini vi tumu,c��w. ,
and containing sixty (60) acres, more j
nill8t cease ^ railway com-j of g8^  RlyER  LUMBBR  COM
'l,t    ���e habit of eniploylngj    pANY> LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent
.      11    _      ���Hi...     ..9
^*va^_  IN THE   NEWS
1T WILL BRING RESULTS
pnnie's'.ue ^^1^1^ o"n'��unday
l^rB%lTlruo"��� ��ork within
^^^^SX has
�� J pffSte��fofflJo Swr the
opened a real ������ company
designation of The Patter
Bt 657 Columbia street JJ
gon was at one UBMM��" mahe
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C, this 28th day of February,
A. D. 1910. 	
OPERA HOU8E  BOOKING8.
April IB���Red Mill,
at eor  ^o.u".��� -_   nsB0C|ated wim      April 30���St. Elmo.
Bon was at one time ��**?��,��� mahe     May 12-Olngerbread Man.
the Vulvan Iron wortai bm w                | J(jne 2_D6rothy Morton.
a specialty of sites best suuea                      24-The White Siuaw.
Bianufacturing purposes. 	 PAGE TEN.
���   ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
APRIL.
let: tt
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BEST BLOOD
COMING TO CAi
London Daily Mail toi
Exodus of Farmers aj
litical Argument.
Winnipeg, April ��� i
Hooper, special correspond*!!
London Daily Mail, S f'
Royal Alexandra yesteriay ��'i
er left London to accomi   "
ada   the   families
who
ompany
"ie to|
on tho first ready made _Z
>'������'!'' n I"   Uberta,   SpeaM
Canadian Pacific railway iTTj
Ibe-
reference to tlie pai t;
there were but th.
"Utel
I The Famous Dutch Kiddles In the Noted Musical Success, "The Red Mill,"  at the Opera House Next Friday Night, April  15.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1  p��r day up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath 12.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The Dally News will be kept on file
in our reading room.
CIARI.RTON  ftll.RWBT   M��T
Scotch  Whisky
The Maturing Process.
Everyone knows that whisky, no matter
how good, no matter how carefully distilled,
must possess age in order to he palatable.
An unmatured whisky, even though distilled from the very hest barley, is harsh to the
taste���bites the tongue.
It is not, however, so generally known that
in order to properly mature Scotch Whisky, it
should be aged in Sherry wood.
Distilled in the Highlandsof Scotland, from
pure, malted barley, Watson s Whisky is stored
for years in Sherry Casks���and the capacity of
our warehouses is such that we never need to
withdraw any for shipment until we are quite
sure it is matured to that degree of "mellowness" for which our brand is famed.
Insist    on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly mtlurtd Scotch.
"NO. IO"���A full-boJieJ. richly fl.vor.J Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited -  Dundee.
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest. place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Mail Service
Following are the Hours or despatcn
nd arrival ot malls at the New West-
ninsier post ollice, ibe hour given In
each case being the hour or closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual  despatch.    AU malls,
mless otherwise stated, are desparr.n-
d and received dally except Sunday.
The   only   mails   dispatched   and   received Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east malls, not Including
he   way   malls,    Sapperton,    Fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
REWARD
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
for Information that will secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of any person damaging bouleva.rds in the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. March 29, 1910.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T. PHONE  R527
They make g*ood because they're
made _ood���with seventeen years']
practical paiaf-makini mixed into
them. They cover more, wear better indoors or out, and last hntetl
Measure the cost of paint rijht���by the time it will last and
really be paint���and yon will (iad your money's (oil worth Ed
Made in forty colors for every use paint is pot to)
���and made to satisfy*,
J. Maple Leaf Paints are sold under a pkte English" GUA&}'
^ ANTEE and only by people who cannot "        *'
afford   to sell   poor   paints.,
, umuL vamisi a coun ca
limbed, ol Toronto
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wfflce 'Phone 1S8.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ciock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Vlotoria via
3. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
ast Including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboistord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points east and soutii;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Hazelmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
elmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
he  Port Gulchon  train oa Tuesdays
Thursdays  and   Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, 'Hm-
ierland and South Westminster, by
ourier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnany, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, 'by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and Sun-
lury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
M. 0. Bruce." (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Biding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Ni��*omekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaoy
ake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall 1�� despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this bour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. K-
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, tracer Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spenoes' Biidge, Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
TENDERS FOR  SUPPLIES.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster,
B. C, and endorsed on tbe envelope
"Tender for Supplies" will bo received
up to noon of Monday, 11th day of
April, 1910, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and
Coal, required for thc use of tlie Department of Public Works at New
Westminster, B. C, until March 31,
1911.
The supplies furnished must be of
the best quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in the form of Tender. ,
The Department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster,  B.  C.
The lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works,   New
Westminster,   B.   C,   24th    March,
1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority wlll not
be paid for lt.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District  of  New Westminster.
Take notice t:at Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, nritish Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to ap-
j ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more or less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorner Eighth SL anl   Flftk Avrade
phone am
Malls  Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via G. N. K.
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
ncludlng TJ. S. A matter, and also
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Frldav).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
8:40 a.m.���-C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coqult
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier
2: M p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-
lndlng nil T7. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, and
fosed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
NEW    WE8TMINSTER     CITY    ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision.
Notice ls hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 1910 has
been returned to me, and remains In
my office where It may be Inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
ot Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at tho City Hall ln the
saTd City on Monday, the 18th day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, ln the forenoon.
Any person Intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so In
writing to be filed with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk.
f!'H>- T-T.U. March IR. J910.
nny familin
group,  no  more  than   thJ
made  farms  being avallahUi
present time. These farms ill
pod  with houses complete ll
fenced, about fifty acres of tCl
section broken, a portion otitJ
a well dug, and sonic minor JJ
merits   made.    l-\,v the thlm
over one thousand application,!
made. 'f
In  addition  to  the thirty [J
who   were  to  go  to the read!
farms, there were about tw0 y
people  in  the  party  who ��.rel
seekers   and   who  were preparj
buy lands In the Irrigated section!
Hooper  stated  thai  al] these 3
had to pass five doctors before!
were admitted to this tract He I
self saw families rejected, after!
bad complied with all the condil
as  regards capital, etc.   The cal
brought Into the country hy the J
illes going on the Irrigated land)
estimated to have amounted to fl
000, as this much is required byl
railway  company  as    a pnlimla
In addition to this sum, many thL
ands   of   pounds   were brought ill
well-to-do  British  farmers wh.
out  in  the  old  country In order!
secure  a  share  in  tho prosperltyf
the new.
Mr. Hooper is accompanied byl
photographer. This morning he t
cinematograph views of the arrlvj
immigrants. At ten o'clock a spe
train arrived from the east filledi
British immigrants. The weather]
ditiona were Ideal, and lt ls belief
that a perfect scries of picturesi
obtained. These views are obta
by the Daily Mail for a purpose whi
is largely political. It ls the obj)
of the paper to point out that
best blood of the country and a iaii
amount of the capital Is leavlajf
According to thc Mall, this is duel
the existing fiscal policy oftiieco|
try and a change Is deslrei.
pictures will be used at large vfl|
cal and other meetings In the
country.
A series of pictures was secured]
tlie party of Hrltish people who I
going on the ready-made farms (r|
tlie time they left England until I
time when they will be located
tho land.    Pictures were taken ont
dock ln Liverpool, many on the rl
sel coming over, and today more ff
taken on the station platform in I
waiting  room,  and In the
tion hall.    Thc Bottlers InthepuJ
were  exclusively  from Great Briti
and   the   Scandinavian countries,
number of  Swedes.  Norwegians ��J
Danes   being  in   the  proup.   Of I
British, the majority were farmers I
tiie   old   land,   some of them batlj
employed  considerable   numbers
men there.   These men state that'tH
will at a later time arrange to brlifl
number of their  former farm till
to the west Just as soon as they m
got   properly   located  on their \H*\
ln their new homes.
Mr. Hooper left the city W
and will go to Portal, where he'
witness the arrival of trains oil
erlcan settlers. He will return to'
nlpeg on Saturday and leave for j
east again on Sunday. In Nsmjl
land he will visit the property oft]
Anglo-Newfoundland Development t
a Dally Mail property for the pro*"
tion of pulp wood.
Looks for Good Season.
Breman, April 10.���President Pw|
of the North German Lloyd Steamsni
company, at a mectin. of the vm
holders yesterday afternoon, said 1
business during the past three BOMl
had been very satisfactory. The ea
lngs had exceeded those of 1909. ��"*
ness for the summer Is very 9-om
Ing with reference to cabin P��* ���
gers. The outgoing freghl bailJWj
of the American lines would he bft'M
than ln 1909, but the car. o for "0Dllj
ports would be reduced.
THEFT SYNDICATE IS ...,
CAUGHT BY  RAILR0A��|
ltcb-|
city I
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
ATENTS
.ANDER80N & LUSBY AgentB for New Westminster and District.
I Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of th?ir famous Plan toi
toilet soap, if you mention this paper
Trade Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac.
Anyone "ending a sketch and description m��
.nlcklv Mcertnin our opinion froo whether an
Hone rftrlctlyoonadonttal. HANDBOOK on Patent!
lent free. OlrteUt ereney for ni't-tirlnif patent a.
1-iiiuiits taken tlirounh Munn A O.  It-oelv*
Sprcval notlct, without charge. In tha
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Scientific Uincr can.
A hamlHoniely Illustrated weekly. Largest olr-
ouiai loD of ar.y aolontlflo Journal. Torms for
Canada, ��1.75 a year, postage prepaid. Sold b)
all newsdealers.
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Estimates Given.
Phone 667.
J. NEWSOIHE f. SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
Kansas City, April 10.���Ten sw
men.  emploved   by  ths  K��"S11S    ,,,
Southern, were arrested today, cowp
ed   with   operating   n   uyndlra,e s!t|
j gaged   In   stealing   goods  in trw   ���
over  the company's lines.   1,elhavel
I $60,000 and $70,000 is Bald W '    P
'been taken within the lasl m{,�����$[
Clothing, dress goods, flrenrms,i "it
cigars,   shoes,   foodstuffs   ano    (||
lawn movers arc included in t"1-
of articles taken.
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Bellingham Dog Poisoner B"6^,.
Belllngham, April lo.-w"'  |iere
were   found  dead   from  P01B0" sCd.
yesterday.   Strychnine Is oeins
To Grow Tobacco Near V,rJ()lU
Niagara Palls, Ont., Apr" |ogn
was learned today that an ^ ,)aV.
tobacco company, headed i�� j )Ur.
Id Livermore, Philadelphia. n�� |0 ���e
chased a large farm near Vins -^
used as a tobacco phi"'"'. ,he pur-
tiattons are ln progress wi, ..,���,���. ef
chase of more land
in the vlHni'y.
Virgil to be used by the .. telion
Large buildings will be Consti f,r6t
tho Hamilton Gibson fa " ��� Ac-
land purchased by the cofflg^ t.o
tive operations will begin WW
weeks.
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