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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LITE
ASSURANCE
1WHITE. SHILES &
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NUMBER 50.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY  MORNING,  MARCH  2, 1910.
FIVE CENTS PRItV
S NOTES
>tll 10 GOOD USE
. sand Hans of Sap-
Is to Help City Engineer
erect Survey.
RECORD PRICE PAID        ! BIG INCREASE IN
FOR COLUMBIA STREET LOT
Bl
uman yesterday
aa
A. E. Kellington Disposes of Desirable
Business   Property  to   Vernon
Man for $22,000.
CUSTOMS RETURNS
QUEBEC EIREBRAND
IS AFTER EARL GREY
ll'-i^"1'"1       hiik   package of
lnt%eicwrla.   The bun-
����  Tvi-i Copies of some of
Sained ex*   c '      ey of New
fd "ol1,ke,  by the Royal En-
l��!��f     not not from any
I -.;;'!'r tangle and
""'    t  llne <ilC0 and for all
, the notes were made by
(:(1;', Turner, H- E., on June
,    Turner ls still a resident
WesSnster, but it is ��J
,uiul(1 ,,,cognize a sketclhe
,    tv,m��� years ago of a bridge
II ''creek  which  traversed  Co-
a 'where the city hall mow
.. the hooks of notes is a
tteof��heVaser  .Ivor  and  the
,;,������!!.    The sketch has
[ l|V(t
h��� M do With the notes, and Is
*b���  a record  ot  the  fact that
. 9   men  had sometimes a
.,,'.,.   'time to    devote to art.
iountaina around Pitt Lake the
,.,. baa labelled Duffey's peaks,
uonor  to    himself,  his
being James Duffoy.
themselves are   remark-
,;,,,,   aiad    definite,    and    the
Eies and plans of the oid city
how that the engineers were a
of men.
iotes were copied by the Elec-
llui Prlnl and Map company, of
Ha, and are certified correct by
f general.    Great   credit
inpany for die manner in
they did    their work, for tlie
J    e copied to the utmost detail,
I: i remarks aind cancelled
I ��� ��� Ty thing,  as   it   ap-
rlginaJ   notes   in   the
irla.
A. E. Kei.lngton has just put
through a deal in Columbia street
property which almost creates a record in price for lots eaBt of the ctiy
ball. He sold Lot 2, Block 10, on
which the B. C. Monumental works
are established, to Messrs. llankey
and company, of Vernon, B. C, for
fliU.OM. The property belonged jointly to Mr. Kellington and C. A. Bourne.
The lot has a 60-foot frontage on Columbia street, and extends back 132
feet.
The fact that an outside man paid
such a sum for the lot Indicates that
property on the main street is maintaining its place In the general advance of real estate.
Mr. Kellington has put through
some other large deals ln the past
few days. Eight acres between Hastings road and Sixth street, In Burnaby, were sold by him at 1900 per
acre, and five acres on the south side
of the river adjoining the property
recently acquired by A. D. McRae
and others, changed hands for $500
an acre. Several lots In Sapperton
and in the West End were also disposed of by Mr. Kellington at good
prices. Mr. Kellington states that
the peculiar part of most of the transactions was that the purchasers came
to him making offers for the land.
He was not trying to sell auy of it.
Mr. Kellington and his brother
have secured offices on Begbie street,
and in a few days the firm will be
ready for business, under the name
Of   Kei.lngton   Brothers.
Congress   of   Empire   to   Meet.
London, March 1���The congress of
the members of commerce of the empire is to meet In London from June
1 to June 23.
Statistics Show February,
1910, to be $7961 Ahead
of February, 1909.
as
The customs returns for February show an enormous increase
over the receipts of lust year. The
outport dues show the most marked
increase, indicating that New Westminster ls developing rapidly
shipping  port.
Here are the exact
Port Outport
1910���
$10,345.30       $7508.91
Total       $18134.02
1909��� I
$7335.89        $2837.13
Tota,        $10173.02
Increase���
$3009.47        $4071.78        $279.75
Total for the eleven months ending
February 28.
1909-1910���$191,459.85.
1908-1909���$180,316.28.
Increase���$11143.57.
figures:
Other
$279.75
Shackleton   Sails   Next   Week.
London,    March     1.���Sir     Ernest
Shackleton sails March 10 for Canada
and  the  United  States,  where  he is
to lecture.
MEMBER FOR CHECHEN
Henri Bourassa Declares the
Governor-General Is Misusing His High Position.
Montreal, March 1.���Le Devoir, after arraigning Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
Sir Frederick Borden, is now going
after the scalp of Earl Grey. Mr.
Bourassa's paper says that Earl
Grey's attitude is a menace to the
rights of the Canadian people, and the
secretary of state for the colonies
should be asked to recal. His Excellency by the next liner.
Le Devoir intimidated that the
crown, as represented by Earl Grey,
ls usurping the rights of the people,
and that paper tells how Sir Francis
Bondhead was recalled because the
reformers of Upper Canada asked for
ft, and also how Lord Metcalf had
to leave by Lafontaine's request, following the union.
"Why then," asks the Natlona.lst
. writer, "is Earl Grey permitted to
! abuse the prestige of his position
' since his arrival in this country by
entering upon an imperialistic campaign wliich is nothing more or less
than a political campaign."
RACE TRACK BUNCO MAN
LINER LONSOALE BHK
A MISCELLANEOUS CARGO
Canadian-Mexican     Company     States
Goods Can Be Brought Cheaper
Via Panama Than C. P. R.
FEVER fOLlOWS IN
WAi Of ROOStrl
IS ASKED TO RESIGN! GETS THREE YEARS IN PEN
Representative   Said  to   Have   Antagonized Alberta Government and
Lost College to His District.
ADVERTISING. _\
lia Proposes to Follow Canada's
Md In  Inducing   Immigration.
bdon March 1.���Sir George
i -���   r   ;.   .hie,     of   AastiwUi
���now High Commissioner In Loner the commonwealth, says one
kit Canada I   away ahead of Aus-
|    i atlon   Is   because   of
omlnl - - ampaign of advertis-
bul "We Intend to change all
(hough wi   [ ope there will never
ftt.j  unfriendly rivalry."
UTTU SICKNESS
DURING PAST YEAR
Crook    Who Fleeced Bellingham  Man
of $5375 at Minoru Last Summer  is Sentenced.
NAN POETESS PLEASES
KtLITAL OF OWN POEMS
(s Pauline Johnson Entertains Sap-
erton People at Interesting Concert���Has   Engaging  Ways.
Fortunate indeed were the people
po attended the entertainment given
the Princess hall. Sapperton, last
[8ht b) Miss Pauline Johnson, the
tooua Mohawk author-entertainer.
Ithouglt Miss Johnson's poems are
prclbn and convincing, It ls probably
he i nn. inbi unce of her personal ap-
(earance thai   will linger longest In
ie minds ol those who saw her.   Inciting as she does thc- best blood
f the bravest  of the  ludian  tribes,
1,1 tin   I with a charming voice, an
'   -:    manner and strong though
- ���"' -   face, Miss Johnson presents
plcturi not easily forgotten.
I"   |      recitations   Miss   Johnson
i.y  too much stress on un-
porlant pat-sages ln ber poems, but
the main  her  elocution  ls  good.
i\u   present   feature  of  all  her
l'"i li mt tits is her original humor,
Jil'-li Bhe frequently levels in a good-
|timed way at the different religious
nominations.   Miss Johnson was as-
r"''*1 by Miss Thompson, pianist.
Health Report Shows Less
THn Fifty Cases of Infectious Disease in City.
Thai the city of New Westminster
I- not far removed from tne healtb
Se,ui show" hy.be annual report of
. medical health officer, Or. Jones
v o"has jus, compiled his report to
tne year. Only two paths'from to
fectious diseases are shown, ana
these are both from tuberculosis Thi.
largeB1 number of cases have been oi
uphold fever, of which there were
foUrteen during the year scarlett*>
ver and smallpox tieing for second
place With six cases.
Early iu the year son end eases o
smallpox  were discovered     and    the
��** BUth0rIUef ,6vX?he r M weVe
mic but fortunately thel, tears
,., .founded.    There  were forty es
a nf infectious disease altogemer,
cases of inieci f
made up as follows      o hoW
frond
r George  Hare Coming.
Ion. March 1.���Sir George Hare
accepted Earl Grey's   Invitation
lodge a dramatic performance at
ironto on April 4.    Lady Hare ac-
���"il'iitiics him.
niaae  uji ��_��� .���
��; dlptherla, i\ smallpox, tl; typnoiu
fever, 14; measles, 4; varice.lu, -;
mumps, 3; tuberculosis, 4; German
measles, 1; chickcupox, 3; rothclin, 1.
The report touches ou the inspection of milk, stating that in the main
all the samples tested had been pure,
but some of it had debris lu it, due
to the unsanitary condition of the
dairies, over which the city hod no
cii.itrol, as they were mostly without
the city limits. Dr. Jones suggested
that this phase of the question be taken up with the provincial government.
The report also recommends that
proper quarters be provided for the
inspection of milk, as the rooms In
the city hail at present used for that
purpose are quite inadequate.
The report was adopted and the
recommendations contained ln it referred to the health committee for report.
The health report for thc month of
January was also sent In. lt showed
that five cases of infectious disease
had been found ln the city in the
first month of 1910. These were made
up us follows: Dlptherla, 1; typhoid
fever, l; varicella, 2; whooping
cough, 1.
Edmonton, March 1.���A small delegation of Gliechen liberals yesterday
approached Mr. Riley with an intimation that he resign. Tlie reason advanced, as far as can be learned, was
that Mr. Ri.ey's antagonism of the
government has greatly reduced Glle-
chen's chances for the Agricultural
college, which Is now considered certain to go to the southern part of
the province. Amy amicability to the
government at this juncture, lt is
considered, would put Gliechen In the
lead for landing the college. At.
Riley turned a deaf ear to the deputation.
FALLIERES   MAY   RESIGN.
President ot French Republic May be
Victim of Beri-Beri.
Paris. March 1���Has President Ar-
mand Fallieres of France been stricken with the sleeping sickness is the
question being asked here today, and
rumors persist to the effect that his
resignation is imminent, lt has just
become known that the French chief
executive has more than once gone
to sieep while presiding over a cabinet meeting of the utmost importance
and friends had to wake him gently
and unobtrusively.
He was elected for seven years, and
of this term he has served about half.
He ls almost as much a prisoner in
the Elysee Palace as certain Oriental
potentates are In theirs.
In spite of official-denials the president's health Is very poor, and his
friends are fearful of grave consequences unless complete repose Is had
soon. In case of a resignation, which
not expected before the May elections, perhaps not  before fall!
Vancouver, March 1.���With the conviction of James Conley, of Portland,
here this afternoon, and his sentence
to three years in the penitentiary,
the last act tn tbe famous race track
bunco case here has been heard.
This Is the case where Lars Olson,
of   Belllngham,   was    fleeced  out of
$370 and a cheque for $5,uOU on a fake
telephone   scheme,  alleged  to   be  in
direct communication with the Minoru
race track last    summer, while    the
; meet    as on.    Harry Overton turned
King's evidence last autumn, and ini-
, plicated    Con.ey,  wil o  was  then in
i Portland, and was only brought here
after a hard extradition fight.   W. T.
j Stanton, was sentenced to three years
at that time. I
The Canadian-Mexican lined Lonsdale came into port yesterday after a
quick trip from Vancouver. She left
the dock at Vancouver at 10 o'clock
ln the morning and was tied up at
the market wharf here at 3 p. m. Under the abie pilotage of Captain Woos-
ter she came up the river without
difficulty.
fThe Lonsdale had a large cargo
of general freight on board, consigned to merchants of the city. There
were canned goods for George Adams,
millinery for W. S. Co.lister and company, hardware for Anderson and
Lusby, Iron rods, paint and oil for T.
J. Trapp and company, rivets for McDonald and company, and a large
supply of groceries for Leeson, Dickie
tud Grosse and for Kelly, Douglas
and company.
Most of the stuff was loaded at the
eastern terminus of the Tehuantepec
railway, and comes from England,
but the canned goods came from eastern Canada.
The Canadian-Mexican line owners
state that they can hndle freight
from eastern Canada cheaper than
the C. P. R., although they have to
transship twice at the Panama railroad, i
The Lonsdale will take on a large
consignment of lumber at the Brunette mills today. This will be taken
to Salina Cruz, which Is the end of
the run of the Canadian-Mexican
steamers. Leaving here she will load
1500 tons of grain at Vancouver for
Manzani.lo, Mexico, and at Coal Harbor, on Vancouver Island, she will
take on a large shipment of coal for
Guaymas.
The Lonsdale is under the command of Captain Forrester and First
Mate Bruce.
Theodore's Party Manages to
Escape Disease, but iJany
Others Are Stricken.
Gondokoro, Soudan, Marc'.i 1.���
Roosevelt luck has attended th. 1'un-
tees, hunters and scientists, and by
this time they may be congiiu-dated
upon their escape from the -tiean
fever that has foi,owed In tbe wake
of the expedition. ,
Colonel Roosevelt and his itiiniedl-
ate associates sailed for Khai toum
yesterday, all apparently i.i good
health.
Or. Rodoric Prosceva, French medical missionary, who lunched with Mr.
Roosevelt yesterday, suddenly died
of fever at noon today.
At a camp adjoining that occupied
by the Americans here, an English
sportsman is seriously 111, following a
trip to Kampala, the capital of Uganda and one of the places at which
the Smithsonian African scientific expedition stopped. The district commissioner of Gondokoro, the Bitisb
officials of which were active i.i entertaining their American guests has
been stricken with the fever.
ROCKEFELLER RESIGNS
FROM STEEL CORPORATION
ARCHBISHOP   DEPARTS.
Head  of   0.   M.   I.  Leaves  for   Future
Home   in   Rome.
Monsignor Augustine Dontenwill, Superior-General of tlie Oblates of Mary
Immaculate and Archbishop ol Ptolemy,   left  the  city  yesterday  to  take
up   his   residence   and   his   work   in
Rome.    Monsignor    Dontenwill    was
given a fine send-off by the children
; of  the   Orphanage,   and   hy  the  stu-
' dents of St. Louis college, who gathered at the station in force,    riigiuti
bombs were placed on the track, tind
'the   departing     prelate     was     loudly
cheered by  his friends and students
who bade him God-speed ou his long
journey.
Tlie Archbishop has beeta In the
city for the past few weeks where he
has been resting after a journey
through Mexico in the Interests of
the church.
John   D.   Jr.,   Explains   Family   Holdings Are too Small to Warrant
His Remaining  Director.
Additions to U. S. Flest.
Washington, March L-The bouse
comn*ttee on naval affairs today
voted for the construction of two bat-
tleships, one repair ship, two fleet
colliers and four submarines.
FLOODS IN EAST.
Ice Pack Obstructs River and Villages
Are  Submergeu.
Bath, N. Y., March 1.���While several
I of  the streets    which  were    flooded
i have been drained in this village, the
river is obstructed with an ice pack,
on which dynamite    has been    used
I with little effect.   Much land is bad.y
overflowed in this vicinity.   East and
West Savona are cut off from communication by tlie    overflow of    the
I Chemung river.
;    The flood situation has greatly lni-
; proved at Hornell, although the Ca-
I nlsto  river   is   still   overflowing  the
| lowlaids.    The water    has    receded
from the city of Hornell.    A special
despatch from Arkport, near Hornell,
I says that water ran three feet deep
in the streets of the village and much
1 damage was done. >
A landslide on the G. N. R. yesterday morning near White Rock delayed the incoming Owl train for a
coupie    of    hours.    The track    was
'cleared with a steam shovel and an
'emergency gang
Xew York, March 1,���Announce- !
ment was made today that J. D. I
Rockefeller, Jr., had resigned as a di-
rector of the United States Steel corporation, and will be succeeded by
Henry Walters, of Baltimore, chairman of the Louisville and Xashvil.e,
and Atlantic Coast line system of
railroads, and a close perscual friend
of J. Pierpont Morgan.
According to common belief, the
Rockefeller holdings of United States
Steel shares were at one time so large
as to make them a factor in the affairs of the corporation, but a statement Issued by Mr. Gray says: "Mr.
Rockefe.ler states that the only reason for his resignation Is that the
homings of tbe stocks in the company of his family is not sufficiently
large to justify his giving any time
or attention to the affairs of the corporation.
WILL  OPPOSE   AMENDMENTS
HOSTILE TO ORIGINAL MOTION
RECORD  SMOKER.
Centenarian Who Smoked for Ninety
Years  Died  Yesterday.
Chicago, March 1.���Thomas Sheridan, 103 years old, who came to
America from the south of Ireland in
a sailboat, which took forty'-two days
for the journey, and who described
the aeroplane as witchery, died yesterday at the residence of his grand
daughter. Mr. Sheridan was an inveterate smoker for more than ninety
years.
GOVERNMENT IS SAFE
UNTIL AFTER EASTER
Political Crisis is Safely Tided Over,
but  Another  Election  Soon   Is
Foregone Conclusion.
KII1ENT OF PANAMA
|UIES FROM HEART DISEASE
���Vitna, March 1.���Jose Domingo
I Obaldi, president of Panama, died
F heart disease at 2:30 o'clock
Is afternoon.   He had been ill only
Friday.
yi" new president of Panama will
I' ' '' A. Mendoza. The vice presl-
ntg were elected In 1908. The fhBt
Pi'iesidont  A.    Arago,  has  since
rb-iiiin/.a was elected second vlce-
?��Iaent and thus becomes president,
' w"l be succeeded as first vice-
waent by Judge Lambert.
Snow Slide Death List Is
Growing and Not Complete
Railway BUI Reported.
Ottawa, March 1.���The commons
railway committee reported a bill today as authorizing the construction
of branch lines of the Grand Trunk
Pacific at Calgary, Battleford, Lethbrldge, Moose Jaw and Vancouver.
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4 Many Hurt In Train Wreck. , .���
4 Coloroda Springs, March 1.���   ���
��� Forty-two passengers were in- ���
4 Jured, many seriously, in a ���
4 wreck on the Mid.and Ter- ���
4 mlnal    railroad    near    Green   ���
��� Mountain   Falls   today.   Pas-   ���
��� senger train No. 8 ran Into an ���
4 open switch and collided with   ���
��� a switch engine. ���
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Spokane, March 1.���Working desperately and aimost exhausted, hundreds of miners are today trying to
dig from packed Ice, snow and wreckage, the dead and injured thought to
be buried ln the six northern Idaho
avalanches, which have caused death
and destruction in the last two days.
The list of known dead has reached
thirty-ii��e and it is believed that more
dead will be found in the cabins
which  housed    the families    of the
miners.
At Mace, where the first avalanche
struck, eleven are reported dead and
eight  are  badly  Injured.    Not  until
the sun strikes the mountain of snow
and wears lt away will the   list   of
known   dead   be   complete.   Thirty
men, women and children have been
rescued from the Mace slide by the
miners.
Men from all the great producing
mines are now on the scene of the
disaster and lf human effort can accomplish anything, lt ls believed that
those still alive will be rescued.
At Burke, where the second slide
occurred, five are known to be dead
and two badly Injured.    The list ls
beileved not to be   complete.    The:
[saddest event at this place Is    the
^ death of the two children    of    Al.
Newman, who with his wife and two
' little  ones,   was  without  a  second's
J warning burled by the great sliding
mass. 1
I    James    Roberts,     after    working
desperately for several hours aiding
1 the workers  to extricate him  from
[ the snow, was released   but his injuries caused his death a few hours
after he was taken out.
!    At  Carbonate    Hill,    where    the
third slide occurred, two are    dead
and half a dozen are Injured.   It is
not known how many more are beneath the wreckage.   This slide was
not so great ln extent as the others
in the Coeur d'A.ene district, but Us
force was as great   and   it    swept
everything before lt.
A fourth slide at North Franklin
mine played a peculiar freak when
it descended upon a bunkhouse   of
miners.    Two men were sleeping in
one room of the bunkhouse and the
other part of the log structure was
empty.    The    avalanche    tore    the
.whole building to splinters except the
one room in which the two men were
Bleeping,  and,    rushing   down    the
'mountains, piled up in the gulch below, not 100 yarHs from a group of
cabins -containing many miners and
'their families.       ,
Washlngon. D. C, March 1.���After
two hours conference with President
Taft  today,  leaders  of  congress  an- i
nounced that they wouid oppose all i
amendments to  the several administration bills when it became known |
that the amendments were offered In
a spirit hostile to the main purpose
of the proposed legislalon.
Pease Elected by Acclamation.
London, March 1.���J. A. Pease, a
former Junior Lord of treasury, who
was defeated in Saffron, Waldon division of Essex, in the recent elections, was returned by acclamation
today for tbe Rotherdam division
of West York, in place of Sir William
Ho.land.
The quarterly meeting of the
Westminster Presbytery opened yesterday In St. Andrew's church. Many
delegates were present and considerable routine business was transacted.
The meeting ls being continued today.
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+ Floods Threaten London.        ���
��� London,  March  1.���Contlnu-   ���
��� ous rain for thlrty-slx hours,   ���
��� followed by mild weather and   ���
��� thirty inches of snow on the  f*>
��� level throughout the country,   ���
��� has caused the Thames river   ���
��� to rise very rapidly.    Unless   ���
��� there is change    for    colder   ���
��� weather Immediately,   London   *>
��� will have the worst fiood in   ���
��� years. ���
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London, March 1.���The po.itlcal
crisis for time being ended with yesterday's vote in the house of commons, and until Easter there is likely
to be the usual humdrum of speculation. (
As to what may happen after the
house re-assembles, all speculation ia
premature, but it is pointed out with
reference to the date of another general election that the house of Lords
might hold up the government until
it lias before it the government's bila
founded thereon, so by adopting this
procedure it by no means follows that
the government will have brought
matters to an immediate issue.
The government will probably hav*
the advantage of seeing the opposition's proposals for the house of
lords before producing its own. The
question of what will become of the
budget now is agitating political and
flnancla. circles, as the financial year
ends on March 31.
Manitoba Justice Suicides.
Winnipeg, March 1.���A. C. Claytoa,
a highly respected and wed-to-do
lawyer, and justice of tbe peace at
Roland, Manitoba, shot and killed
himself in his room at the Empire
hotel here this afternoon. He waa
thirty four years of age and unmarried. No cause ls assigned for the
rash act.
FOUNDS FUND TO FOSTER
DESIRABLE IMMIGRATION
'Montreal, March   1.���Lord   Moot
Stephen   |  has      piaced      securities
amounting to $300,000 in value,
a yearly earning power of $14,000,
the hands of Robert Melghen, |���
dent Lake of the Woods Milling
pany, and   John   Turnbull,   of
Ro>al Trust company,   as   trustees.
I who will administer funds to
desirable immigration to Canada.
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THE DAILV NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���KITCHEN MAID. APPLY
Mrs. Dr. Jones,  Royal  avenue.
WANTED���BOARD AXD ROOM
with a private family near Columbia St. Address R. W. B. Box 702.
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL FOR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply Mis.
Dr. Jones. 4S Royal avenue.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EYEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leal ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv News  Block.  Sixth street.
WANTED���AT   ONCE,
at Kenny's cafe.
WAITRESS,
RESTAURANTS.
RESTAURANT    ft    CAKE
21   meals   for  $4.       Home
All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.     Open day and
night     Opposite tram office.
KENNY'S
Tickets,
cooking
WANTED
laundry,
dry.
- GIRL    TO    WORK    IN
Apply N'ew Method Laun-
WANTED���A GIRL TO HELP IN
general housework. Apply 239
Fourth street, and Third avenue. �����
WILL PAY A FAIR PRICE FOR
shingle bolts. See us at mill office
or at Room P, Bank of Commerce
building. Address Box 1003, Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
WANTED���BY REFINED LADY, A
nice furnished sunny room in private house, good neighborhood, at
moderate terms. Address P. A.,
23.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C.
Plione 261.
WANTED,  TO   RENT.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX-
roomed house or cottage, centrally
located. Possession February. Apply P. O. Box 971, City.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMOND3, BARRIB
tars and eolleltorSj Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds. ,	
W-VDE, WHEALLER & McQUARKlL
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster.
(Phone 113. Vancouver offices
Rooms 20 and 21, Williams building, 413 Granville street, coiner of
Hastings street.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia nnd McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
STENOGRAPHY    ��.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING. BOOM 7
Gulchon block.      P. 0. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
FOR  SALE.
OR    SALE���COMPUTING    SCALE,
soda  water fountain   (1909  model)
���      and showcase, all in first-class condition.     Apply   J.   P.   Cash,   Royal
'^afe.
TAILORS.
JGALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAt-
loring. A new line of fall suiting just ln. Button making, press-
ing and repairing. Room 9, Snv.th
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and 264 Clarkson st.    Phone K-ri0S.
ROOMS TO RENT.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFpRNISHED
on Eleventh street, close in. two-
room cabins or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc., from $1
per week. Apply White, Shiles &
Co., 746 Columbia, street.
ROOMS TO LET���UNFURNISHED,
on Eleventh street near B. C. E. R.
ear sheds, in suite or single, separate entrance; electric light, etc.
Apply While, Shiles & Co.. 746 Columbia street.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
For Sale Cheap ! !
INCUBA TORS
WE NEED THE ROOM
MUSIC.
MRS. C. C. FISHER. EX-PUPIL OF
Carlotta Autelli, Oxford, and G. F.
Sims. Mus. Bac." Oxon., teacher of
music, singing and harmony.
KIRK'S HARDWARE,^ w��__*r. a
FOR  RENT.
FOR RENT���REAL ESTATE OF-
lice, on corner, two window.;, ,\ -.',<.
etc. Price $20 per month in advance.   Apply p, O. Box 338, city.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bunk of Montreal.
Easterbrook   Milling  Company,
Ebu
rnc.
B. C.
FURNITURE
W. E. FAI.ES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner AgtK-s and McKenzie Btreets,
Phone 176. niclit call 81.
FOR RENT���SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for liuht housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, al his store, Front
street.
LOST.
LOST���GOLD   WATCH,   AMERICAN
Waltham,     between      McKenzie's
drug store and postoffie'e corner.
Suitable reward on returning same
to Daily News office.
LOST���Solid gold bar brooch, near
Post Office on Saturday. Please return to Daily News Office.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7  per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL >5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
M   C%        ,   '     Q   n       FLOUR  AND FEED MERCHANTS
Mcljuarne & to.- ���	
FRONT  STREET.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson streel (behind Burr block).
Furniture mud" and repaired. Mission furniture in lir and ouk.
New  Westminster.
���i *��.��������-��� ;��*i_a__:;>-::r.k-at��-S^
Telephone 333.
ADVERTISEMENTS
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for am! delivered.
FOUND.
FOUND ��� OVERCOAT, BETWEEN
Queen's avenue and Fourth street.
Owner can have same by calling at
the po.ice station.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. li 128, Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P, O.  Box 795.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCIIAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New W(-t-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
MECHANICAL.
FINE MACHINE WORK AND GEN-
eral repairing. Anything from a
watch or clock to an automobile,
W. Webster, mechanical expert, No.
10 Sixth street, Dominion Trust
Block.
PAPER   HANGING  _  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Santtas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. aixtn
street,  New  Westminster.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LC15.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING i
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels !
and detail work. Designs and esti- j
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro- |
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh I
and car line. P. O. box 254, Plione
478.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Northern  Crown   Bank   Building   New
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.
Open Evenings.
HOME���On Royal avenue,   fully mo-
dren, six rooms, $1500    cash    and
terms.
EIGHT   LOTS    in    Sapperton,
each, oue-fourth cash.
$200
TWO   LOTS
each.
ou  Agnes  street,   $l!uit)
HOUSE AND BARN co Fourth street,
$1000 cash, balance easy.
SURVEYOR.
A. F. COTTON.
DOMINION AND B. C. LAND SUR-
veyor, in National Finance Co.'s office, over Curtis' drug store, Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. C.
[THREE LOTS on Fourth street,
cleared, plowed and fenced, $5uo
each.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  suonrban  property,
260 Columbia street.
THREE   LOTS  in  Burnaby  on  tram
and corner, $875.   Terms easy.
BARN TO RENT���on Royal avenue,
$8.i)ti per month.
JNICE.   NEAT COTTAGE,  and    barn
near tram, $150 wih handle this.
LARGE    NINE-ROOM    HOUSE, with
nine lots in Sapperton, $500 cash.
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that I, Elizabeth Mcculloch Bell, of Vernon, B. C, intend
to apply for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked E.
M. Hell's southeast corner, set about
one mile south of the point where
the section line between Townships
13 and 16 Intersect with the southern
boundary of District Lo; 4 ;, proup
2. New Westminster district, tlience
west one-half mile, thence north one
mile, thenee east one-haif mile to the
point where the section line between
Townships 13 and lfi intersect with
the southern boundary of District Lot
46. group 2, New Westminster district, thence south to the point of
commencement, a distance of about
one mile.
ELIZABETH  McCULLOCH PELL.
January 28, 1910.
Per George B. Conner. Agt.
NOTICE.
I
FOR SALE���EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE
and .ot, near car line, Fifth avenue; price (2000. Enquire 432
Fourteenth street.
WILSON, COOK & CO., 638 COLUM-
bla street, Phone 646. Real Estate
nnd Insurance Agents. Homes built
on easy terms; agreements of sale
purchased. If you
erty to sell list it with us
NINE ACRES near junction of Clark
and North roads, $375 per acre.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice, that thirty days after
date, I, Alexander Cruickshank. farmer, of Matsqui, H. C��� intend to apply for a. license to prospect for Coal
and petroleum on the following des-
scribed lands:
Commencing al a post set a| the
southeast   comer   of   District   Lot   65.
JUaO per acre, terms.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  3S4.
We have tho cheapest lot in Burnaby,
50 by 150, close to car line, on good
road. Fine bRo for homes. $200
each, quarter cash,  balance easy.
EIGHT ACRES near cltv In Burnaby, *roup 2.  New   Westminster  District,
and marked Alexander Crulcksbank'H
northeast corner; tlience wesl to the
Intersection of the H��ctl��n line between sections 31 and 32, township
16,   with   the   southern     boundary   of
District Lot 64, group 2, NeW Westminster District, thence BOUth one
mile; thence east one mile; thencB
north one mile to the point Of commencement and containing about 840
acres.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK
January 28,  1910.
THREE ACRES garden land on Lulu
Island, $350 an acre.
We have a buyer for a lot on Fifth
have any prop- | street.
1142 FEET OF WATER FRONT, containing aily 11 and one-half acres
all cleared, a house with all modioli improvements. Price on.y $20
per front foot, including all improvements. This property is In
Westminster. f
JUNIOR  SOCCER   LEAGUE.
Following ,s lhe schedule of soccer
matches fur th* Wallls cup, emblematic if the ..umor championship of
i>itish Columbia:
March 5���Sapperton vs. Central;
High School vs. St. Louis.
March 12���Lord Kelvin vs. Sapperton; st. Louis vs. Central.
March 19���Sapperton vs. Lord Kelvin; Central vs. St, Louis.
March 2fi ��� Sapperton vs. High
School:  Central vs. Lord Kelvin.
April 2���High School vs. Lord Kelvin.
The first named is the home
team.
TWENTY     chains
0
water
fr
ont.
Block
contains
^Ixty
-four acres,
all
fenced
and aimo
st c
eared, only
re-
quires
a small cash
payment.
TWENTY-SIX   Chi
tins
of   waterfront,
main
channel
of
Fraser
rl
ver.
Terms
over foui
ye
irs.
_
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the east half or section 36, block
5, North range fi, Westminster, New
Westminster district.
Whereas, Proof of the loss of Certificate No. 9215F. issued ln the name
of J. A. L. McAlplne, has been filed In
this office.
Notice Is hereby given thnt I shall,
- ,   ��^������       ���     ,  ���     ,.      -,, at tne expiration of one month from
SIXTY ACRES of land In Coquitlam. ;fhe datc of th(1 flrHl publ|cat|,m here-
all cleared, fenced and under a!of ,n ft da���v newBpa,K,,. published in
high state of cultivation, fronting the Cjty 0f New Westminster, issue a
on the Pitt river; proposed tram duplicate of the Bald Certificate, un-
llne to pass the property. $150 an ]088 .��� tiK. meantime valid objection
ncro- be made to me in writing.
WILSON, COOK   _  CO. I Q. S. KEITH,
Northern Crown Bank Building, New I District Registrar of Titles.
Westminster,   B.   C.     Phone   646.       Land  Registry  Ofiice,  New  Weatmln-
Open Evenings. Bter, B. C, January 27, 1910,
OUR SALE
m
Clo
ses
N
Saturday
_y.aaiBr_,.
We Are C7ivmg
10 Per Cent Off
all tne remaining
lines on our Bargain tables. Just
think what this
means to you.
WE ARE DETERMINED
To Clear Out All Our Remaining
Stock before next Saturday. If you
are wise, get in before then.
W. E. Sinclair
The Shoeman
For Tasty and Correct
JOB PPdNTING we are
Leaders.
Jackson Printing
Company
THOMSON   BLOCK,   MARKET
SQUARE,  PHONE  388.
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-.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS. rDNESDAY,   MARCH   2,  19T0.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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We have a subdivision of Twenty-six Lots facing Queen's Park, between
Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
ice $300 to $700^ 1-3 Cash   ::   6 12 and 18 months,
. This is the cheapest property in the best part of the city and within 5 min.
walk of city car at present time.   Come and see us at once and take the best.
m.
a
Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
i
i
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%_m ^mm^^s^^sBtm
lt_3_^^S_��^_S___2_____2S ���'
Genuine Axminster Rugs, paftern
woven through to tke back. Sold at
your door xor $5.00.
Our Price,  $2.90
Denny I Galloway
Home Furnishers
A3 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Mock! Sign Works iBank of Montreal
Mail Service
iFolli ire the Hours or despatch
c. if i ���_ nt the New West-
III ... e, ilie Hour given In
y... uelng tin.' Hour ot closing,
Ls halt an hour, as a rule, tw
re the actual despatch,    Ml mails,
othei wli e stated, ure tretpatr.t.-
and received dally except Sunday.
mails  dispatched  and   re
tfved Sunday are the G. N. K. South
{ml C, !'. R. east mails, not Including
lie waj malls, Sapperton, IfraBer
lllis and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
.   i    (cloBed  at  eleven  O'CIOCK
It:.       .: us night}���Vancouver    vla
" N. u. Owl,
��� u Vancouver aud Victoria via
1. C. IS   i iiic railway.
I a t ' P. R. vast taking all points
a I Including Langley and disiiict.
Tho mall for Abboisiord and dis-
I burn and district, Hunting"
P  ��� Istrlct, nnd Matsqui are dos-
patched by way of Vaucouver.
!> a.l lllaine and Seattle, In-
; ��� I! U. S. points east and lOUtn;
Iad 1 Prairie, Fernridge and Has
; u  ru��sdays, Thursdays, and
I       iys.
All Surrej  malls are received iroui
''". i lale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
'ii Fernridge, which arrive on
1       Oulchon  train on  Tuesdays
I ���   and   Saturdays.
II a in���Vancouver, Victoria and
.   Park, via 13. C.  Electric Kail-
ay.
1 p ni��� Strawtierry    Hill,  'tun-
erland and South Westminster, hy
jourl i (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Eaet Burnany, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
2-00 p.m, (Summer montns close at
:;!l1 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Bttlchon, Westham Island and Bun-
lury, dally except Sunday; Woodward,
fuasday, Thursday and Saturday, via
[J C Bruce." (Steveston mall des-
latched and received via Vancouver.)
'"'"   p. in.���Vancouver   and    Piper
miinc. via G. N. R. north.
3 P :n ���Cloverdale Nlpomekl, an"
t'lr| Kells ,mlly, Clayton on Tuesday,
Mini .'.ay. prtday and Saturday; Tyne-
P^i'l on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac
'I'nesday ami Friday,
p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
P". via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
l��lay an extra mall Is despatched to
flctorla  via Vancouver at. this  hour
Rhine nn,i Seattle. Including all U.
EiW'ntig east and lOUth, via U. N. K-
[Flyer."
fi i' m���Second C. P. R.. east, *"ra-
Tr Mills. Thla mall takes tho foi-
.w nL' local niaces: Barnet and
f"' Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Ham-
F��M, Port TIanoy, Mission, Chilli
T80*! Harrison Hot Springs, Agngslz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, NIC
ola and   district,  and all  points east I
exceiit Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
G:-15 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all LA s. points, via u. N. it.
"Owl."
S:2u a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B, C. Electric
Railway,
���J:oo''o 10:00 a-m.���strawberry Hin,
hy courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. H. ,
10:00 to 11:00 a.ni.���Uidu-r, Port
Guichon, Westham island and (Tuesday. Thursday and "SaturdayI Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
ton despatched and received Via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. It. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central l'ark
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Easl Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
:t:3o p.m.���Blaine and   Seattle, in-
luding all U. S. points.
0:10   p.m.���Second   Mall   east,   and
losed mall from Sunins, nnd Seattle,
Deluding  TT.   S.   A.  matter,  and  also
Frnsor Mills.
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
.     DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R5?7
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE      ...   ..  11,000,000.0c
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, aud In London, England, New York, Chicago aud Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available witli
correspondents in all pans of tha
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per ceut. par
tnnuru  (present rate).
rmn:  Assets over $iG8,oou,ouu.uo.
r��E'.'    WESTMINSTER  ERANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNBR, Mummer.
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How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
9
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&*   H (HI T^
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Chocolate, Pink, Whit's, Lomon, Orange,
Almond;   Maple   and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.,  Ltd., TORONTO
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ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
199
CANADIAN
PACIFIC"
.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25 P.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
BOWELL tl ODDY
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eight). Bt Ml   Flttl Af��_i��
PHONE 170.
making direct connections for all
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Bevelstoko local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves dally at 8:35; Agassiz tocal
at 5:35 p. ni.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
or C. B. FOSTER, A-GAE-A. Vancouver
1
THREE
EY MAKER
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
lord.
4:00
Tmdc Marks
���CftlGNS
CWVRMHTS AC.
- -      lptlonm��T
heihcr r
., MMiitlflc Jo�����J.   Term_��M
I7IU, roatane prepaid.   Bold W
����� V BL. WaitUiigtOU. I
Two lots
on Princess Street.    Price
only
$425
each;
$100
cash
balance 6, 12
and 18 monhs.
i
Eight acres on  Murchie  Road,
Burnaby.
Price   $7,000.
One-
third cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
160 acres
ln Langley, only one
mile
from
river and
within one
mile of Chilliwack tram line.    Price $40
per acre.
.Terms
: one
���third
cash, balance
1  and 2 years.
���
NATI0NA1 FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
MA
The Daily News SAME SYSTEM 10
GOVERN ALL ROADS
Published by Tne Dally .News Publlsn.
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
Train Rules to be Made Uniform all Over America-
Will Avert Accidents.
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  2,  1910.
PROGRESS  AND   IMPROVEMENTS.
We have always advocated a policy
of steady, continued progress in regard to the administration of the affairs ot the Royal city. Time and
again we have urged upon the council the necessity of pushing forward
all works that tend to the permanent
Improvement of the city, and to do
this with a reasonably generous hand.
It is therefore a matter for regret to
see that there ls a want of unanimity
among the City Fathers respecting
the carrying out of certain street improvements. (
At Monday night's meeting of the
conncil, though the expenditure of
some small sums upon various streets
were sanctioned, it was decided that I ^SHum *n^thlng"<to7earn"anew
a recommendation put forward by Alderman Jardine, Chairman of the
Board of Works for the rough grading of that part of Second street between Fifth and Eighth Avenues, at
a cost of $1600, should be laid over
until the whole of the estimates were
in. It seems to us to decline to sanction a necessary work like this, for
which no large sum was named, by
reason of some apparent deiay in the
preparation and presentation of the
estimates, is a foolish straining after
economy. Surely both the Council
and the citizens generally have sufficient confidence in Alderman Gray
to feel assured that he would not endorse the execution of work that was
not necessary.
With the rapid growth of our city
and the consequent opening up or
portions that have hitherto remained
unoccupied, street extensions and improvement works will become increasingly necessary. As a natural
result of the city's expansion, some
increase in expenditure in regard to
streets must be expected.
Winnipeg, March 1.���The C. P. R
wih on June 1 adopt the new book
of train rules presented by the railway commission. Other systems are
expected to quickly make the same
change, which will be one of the most
important ever made in railway circles.
By the new system, every road will
have the same signals, and all train
hands wih have to take a regular
course of Instruction. The C. P. R-
will Immediately appoint an Instructor for the western lines, and also local examiners to conduct examinations preparatory to the adoption of
the new rules. The rules cover all
train movements and the work of
operators, dispatchers and employees
in train and engine services.
!At present the roads all have different signals and orders. Under the
new system train men will work by
a general code of rules, and In
changing from  one  road  to another
It
THE C. N. R. AGREEMENT.
It is a matter for gratification that
tho Provincial government has seen
fit to adopt at .east some of the precautionary measures in repaid to the
Canadian Northern agreement which
were urged as necessary by the News.
The measure for ratifying the agreement between the government and
Messrs. MacKenzie and Maun, which
was brought down to the Legislature
on Monday, provides that the control
of the rates to be levied on the Pa
ls expected that much of the danger
of accidents will be averted by the
new arrangement.
NOTICE.
A  reward   of   $50.00   is  offered for
the  recovery   of  the   body  of   E.   J.
D'Arcy,   who   was   drowned   off     the
Fraser river bridge on the 11th inst.
J. W. Mcintosh,
Chief of Police.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth 8t.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
vmce 'Phone 186.      Barn 'Phone 13<
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any  part of the city.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the west
North, range
dOo coast extension shall be vested *�� ^
uilf of section 31 block
5 west, New Westmin-
in  the  government   without any  appeal    to the    Railway    Commission.
This is not what the business men of
the Province  desired.    They  wished
to secure a definite limit of increase
upon  the  present rates of  the company through the prairie    provinces.
However, it is something gained towards the desired end.    Dut it may
yet  be   necessary   to   watch  the  arrangements  in comection  with    the
fixing of these rates in order to see
that they are reasonable and proper.
Another matter in which  the government   has   taken   advantage   of
thc strong    criticism    passed    upon
their railway policy, and lias yielded
to what was undoubtedly a proper demand, Is that in regard to the provision  of  security  for  the guarantee
of the company's bonds.   Messrs. MacKenzie and Mann have agreed to indemnify  the    Province    against any
loss through    their    guarantee   and
have deposited  securities  to  the  extent of $500,000 as forfeit money. The
sum is none    loo iarge,    but it will
probably be sufficient to secure fhe
proper observance of their obligations
by the railway men.    A further safeguard has properly been imposed by
a provision that the money realized
by the sale of the    binds shall   be
ment, to be paid over upon the dif-
nient, to be paid over  upon the different sections of the work as certified completed.
Whereas, Proof of Ihe loss of Certificate of Title No. 9214F, issued in
the name of J. A. L, Mo Alpine, has
been filed in this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of ono month from
the date of the first publication hereof
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry  Office, New  Westminster, B. C, January 27, 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 11,068a, Issued In the name of William Roxburgh, has beeji fi.ed in this ofiice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication
hereof In a daily newspaper published
in the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
I
STRIKE   THREATENED   ON
GREAT   NORTHERN   RAILWAY
Portland, March 1.���Firemen and
engineers on the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific railroads have completed a strike vote and it is reported today have declared overwhelmingly in favor of walking out unless
the roads grant the demands made
last November.
The men involved are keeping the
result of their vote secret, but outside estimates declare it 95 per cent
in favor of a strike. Negotiations between the unions and the general
managers are being conducted at Chicago and the result may be influenced by the vote on the strike ques-
tion polled on tlie Chicago lines
SKATE
at the
| Pythian Rink
HOURS:
Morning   10 to 12
Afternoon 2 to 5
Evening 7:30 to 10
PRICES:
Admission   10c;   Skates   15c
On Saturdays, 10 to 12,
all school children will be
furnished skates for 10c.
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THE
T. H. SMITH
COMPANY, Ltd.
A Big
Stirring Up in
Umbrellas
Regular $1.25 and $1.50 Values tor $1.00
Regular $2.00 Values for $1.50
A timely offer of Ladies Umbrellas. For Six Days Only we place
two extra special lines on sale, the reason being we have too
many on hand at these prices, so make a point of getting at least
one, you will be agreeably surprised at the excellent value.
Fifty-eight  ladies'   "Gloria" and "Glorlollne" covered umbre.las,
stout rustless frame, size 23 inches.    Handles of all description, di-
rectolre  and    conventional    designs.
Regular $1.25 and $1.50, special     $1.00
Ill's FURNITURE EMPORIUM
WE FURNISH YOUR HOUSE COMP LETE.
Two Great Specials for
Wednesday and Thursday
400 yards now Matting, 30c val Ues, at per yard	
300 pairs three-yard Lace Curtains, extra    wide, $l."r,
pair	
 H
va.ues, pe,'
  $1.(15
Bring ln your upholstery w ork now before the big rush of
Phone or drop us a postal and we will call for same.
spring
I   FF^Q Furniture Emporium
Mmsi  J___  J___f     K^ Lee's Block, Columbia Street,
Phone 73.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Thirty-six only  ladles  Silk Gloria covered
jority have ribbon edging, good reliable frame,
appearance of real silk, and is far more durable,
dies.    Regular $2.00, special 	
Umbrellas, the ma-
Thls cover has the
All styles of han-
   $1.50
Our Stock of
EMBROIDERIES
Is now complete and embraces everything in this line of goods.
Wide shirting embroideries, corset cover embroideries, narrow embroideries and insertions are here in unending variety. If you experience any difficu.ty in filling your embroidery wants, inspect our
full stock. You will be amazed at our collection. From, per
yard    :.   5c to $1.50
White  Cottons
And al tho old prices too. Every one is aware of the high figure cotton Is at the present time. We were among tho fortunate
���investing largely in cotton before last fall^naMes us to sell them
at prices We cannot buy today. Now is the time to purchase your
White   Goods.
White  India  Head.  36  inches wide from, per yard    15c
White India Longcloth, splendid for whitewear, fine soft finish
36 iches wide.    Our price, per yard 20c
Dunbar Longcloth, 3(i inches wide, round thread, soft finish at
per yard   12|/2 and 15c
Madapolin, Embroidery Cottons, Queens Cloth, and fine Cambric,
all at our old prices, from, per yard 15 to 25c
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Holbrook Cafe
ADJOINING   HOLBROOK    HOTEL
FIR8T-CLASS SERVICE.    BEST COOKING IN THE CITY
COOKS ONLY EMPLOYED.
WHITE.
MEALS 25c      21 MEAL TICKETS $4 50
Meals at any hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GIVE US A TRIAL
HOLBROOK CAFE
Front St. - - J. A. DRYDEN, Prop,
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
��� etrlc Sad Iron ls the greatest boon P<*
ctric
To the House"
sible. No ie< iQ lPSSoned the   household   labor.     The   E
Sad Iron       .,, simple that a child can operate it; and lt can 1"
in any part of the house where there is an electric light.    In
ways hot;  no useless walking or waiting;  ironing done in h
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call in and let. us
them to you.
used
al-
��� die
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s.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
M
YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be g'ad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone ls In good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Watches ���..
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
BABY HAMMOCKS
Just arrived and put in stock
Get one for your little one
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Gold Watc_es for Ladlv��s from |12V5
up.
Silver Watches, .gents' open lace
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watchus.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
We buy tor cast, and sell tor the same Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
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:     Store, Bank and Office
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Carline. PHONE 4 3
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TRY OUR
Poultry Food
25c Per Package
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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English Waldinraker
LIST   YOUR PROPERTY WITH
_. J. FADER
FOR QUICK SALES.
We have for sale [city and suburban properties,
farming lands  and  waterfrontage, timber lands.
TELEPHONE 295. WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  2,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS,
PAGE FIVE.
GORDON'S
Dry Goods House
New Dress Fabrics
in  bewildering  effects  and  newest weaves.
Popular shadings are:  CAMPANULE  (purple);   NATTEATJ   (blue);
Dt'RGOGUE   (roseK   TULEUL (tan). I
,   > , |   ; j   |  i,   PRICES, 50c to $2.00 PER YARD.
ALEX. MENTIONED
FOR TEAM MANAGER
We wll. be pleased to have you Inspect our showing today.
The Fashion Centre
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
B.C Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
r x~
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Sox 137
; Ancient Stickhandler is  in
i
Line for   Boss Job with
Salmon .Bellies.
Now that the venerable Alex Turn-
bull has settled down to a humdrum
existence and finally made up bis
mind once again, for the 'steenth
time, that the frivolities of the lacrosse field are not for him, the very
serious question bobs up: "What
shall be done with Alex?"
It would never do to leave the veteran fldgettlng ln the grandstand on
days when reai matches were being
played, und It would be folly to give
him some nice tuuie Job like timekeeper or goal umpire, because Toots
Clarkson might happen along and
land him one, just for auld lang syne.
Just think of the complications which
might ensue lf Alex had to be taken
to the hospital again.
Some of the fans have settled the
question "What shall we do with
Alex" to their satisfaction. They
would make him manager of tlie team.
As Alex has not been officially
asked if he would accept the position,
he Is not ready to express an opinion,
but there is little doubt that he will
say yes when the time comes. His
iO_g experience on the lacrosse field,
and his deep knowledge of the rules
of the game, should make him an
Ideal manager. What he does'nt
know about the national game may be
safely overlooked. /
Alderman C. A. Welsh, who wields
the big stick just now, will probably
be placed ln charge of the affairs of
the club, Mr. Turnbull dealing more
particularly with the team, If the proposal meets with the favor of the
club. ta
A meeting of representatives of the
B C. L. A. will be held on Thursday
evening, when the many changes suggested by Con Jones will be discussed Some of these are not objected
io by the Westminster club, but the
transfer clause, whereby a player can
transfer from one club to another at
short notice, will be opposed Btreau
ously as it would permit Vancouver
to witch men nearly all season from
one team to another, always meeting
Westminster with a strong tweivj
Severa. other proposed changes win
be frowned upon.	
BIG GAME PRESERVE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA TKACKS
WILL GET JAI1REZ STABLES
Many Racehorses to Be Shipped from
Mexico  to  Victoria  and  Vancouver This Summer.
Seattle, March ...-Vancouver W*
ftCTbria race meetings will get ��
large _umber of the horses that na.e
been campaigning at Juarez this sea-
sun, according to the present outlook.
The Mexican track will close its
meeting today, a.ud already the thoroughbred strings tare being made
ready for trips to other racing points.
Local turf gossip Id to the effect
that there will be good racing, boh ai
Vancouver and Victoria, but that in
neither case will the meetings be
long. It looks as if Victoria will
have about fifteen days in tbe early
summer, with perhaps another snort
meeting later, and" Vancouver Will
probably not have over fifteen or
twitity days. However, most of thdj
horsemen were well satisfied with,
their campaign in British Columbia/
last season, and there will be a higher class of thoroughbreds there this
summer.
Several of the large stables at
Juarez will be shipped to New York
direct to prepare for the opening of
the season rsn the Metropolitan tracks.
A number of stabies will be shipped to Salt Lake City, where a tarty-
nine-day meeting will be given, com-
nunclng early in May. At the conclusion of this meeting the horses will
be campaigned, on the Montana circuit, which includes Butte, Anaconda
and other points. The pick of the
stables, however, will be shipped direct to Louisville, where the horses
will be rested up for the Lexington
and Churchill Downs meetings.
Among the best known of the stables
destined for Churchill Downs are
those of C. C. Van Meter, J. R. Waln-
wright, J. J. Markleln, J. C. Ferriss,
J. B. Respess, C. S. Wilson, Dave
Henry, Joe Young,, Ii. Gilniore and Al
Goodman.
JUST ON THE
MARKET
A block of ten lots, close to new school and facing four streets $3100
ONE ACRE in West End, facing Seventh avenue and Hamilton
.   street    ��2600
8 LOTS ON SEVENTH AVEN UE, a grande location (West End).
$525 each, one-fourth cash, balance ln six and twelve months.
$375 each, one-third cash, six and
8 LOTS ON DUBLIN 8TREET-
eighteen months (South slope).
2 LOTS ON  LONDON STREE TS���(South   s<ope),   $375   each.
4 LOTS ON EDINBURG street���$375 each. !
If you are  looking for an INDUSTRIAL SITE, see us.   We control some of the best water frontage on the Fraser river.
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C.
Main Office Phone R8S Branch Offic* Phone L85
BETTING ODBS ON BIG
ENGLISH TURF FIXTURES
Beef,
Pork
Mutton, Veal,
and Poultry
Quality the Best
HARRY TIDY. Manager.
London, March 1.���Betting on. the
Lincolnshire handicap, to be run the 11
last week ln March,: Is as follows .,
Desmond's pride, 10 to 1; Fiscal War,
100 to 7; Pereseus III and Hayden, 20
to 1; Norman III and Hymettus, 25
to 1.
Betting on the Grand National
Steeplechase, to be run in April, Is:
Cackler, 100 to 8; Jerry M. Judas, 100
to 7; Rory O'Moore, 100 to 5; Jenkins-
town, The Lurcher and Fettlar's
Pride, 20 to 1.
F. Lawrence Walker Announces the Engagement of
Charles  B.  Hanford
Accompanied        ^|'gg   ^^g   DrO_I_all
In a Modern Comedy
Tke American Lord
By George H. Broadhurst and Charles T. Dazey
THURSDAY   ::   MARCH 3rd
PRICES :  Same as Vancouver and   Seattle, $1.50, $1.00,
75c and 50c. Reserve Seats on sale at Ryall's.
Calgary Men Secure Large Tract on
Goat Mountain, Near Creston.
Nelson. March 1.���A large private
game preserve is planned for Cres-
ton. A syndicate of Calgary capitalists have purchased 1200 acres at
tbe  summit  of  Goat   mountain  near
Creston,   from  the   Canadian   Pacific i .	
railway.    The  park  is  well  watered   _..,_  ���_.���  .-/^toa, ���   ..r-a,
with natura. streams aud lakes, and   TW0 STAR  FOOTBALL MEN
makes   an   Ideal   game  preserve,     lt
will be fenced and stocked with game
of all kinds, and placed In charge of
an experienced game warden.
The Calgary capitalists intend to
build residences at the foot of the
mountain t<> which they win remove
with, their families. Some will make
Creston their home, and others w_l
reside there during u part of the
year only.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
LEAVE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
AFTER   DISTANCE   RECORD.
Aeronauts on  Balloon  Trip from  San
Antonio, Texas, to New York.
The Rovers suffered a loss yester- j
day when two of the star players.
Locke and Bruce, left the city for
San Francisco. Locke is a forward
man, but has played in nearly every
position on the field with credit. He i
has been in the city about three years !
: and was captain of the Rovers one ,
i'year. Bruce is one of the best cen- j
'tre men in th? business. :
Both players were slated to play
on one of tho professional teams
Which have been formed In Vancouver. They will play football in San
Francisco, where they have received
good offers, but they do not know yet
what team they will play on.
P. BURNS & CO.
E. C. TRAVES, Manager
PHONE 101.
645   COLUMBIA STREET.
WALSH BLACKLISTED.
Litt.e  Rock, Ark.,    March 1���The
balloon  New  York,  with Clifford  B.
Harmon  and    George    B.    Harrison  	
aboard,  passed over  Velonia,    thirty	
miles  northwest of  Little  Rock   to I Bantamwelflht Well Eit-med in the
day.    It was  travelling  slowly inji , Loses Reputation at Pittsburg.
March   l.-The    Pitts
to
northeasterly    direction.    The    aeronauts started at 9:15 o'clock Monday
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, Lillian Elizabeth Cruickshank,
of Matsqui, B. C, intend to apply
f^r a lloenso to prospect for coai and
petroleum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked L.
E. Cruickshank's southwest corner,
set on the section line between townships 13 and 16, about one mile south
Of where said section line intersects
with the southern boundary of District Lot 40, group 2, New Westminster District, thence east one mile,
my of District Lot 64, group 2, New
Westminster District, a distance of
about 30 chains, thence west to the
southwest corner of said District Lot
6*i group 2, a distance of about 14
chains, thence north to the southern
boundary of District Lot 403, group
8i a distance of about 31.50 chains,
thenoe west to the southwest corner
of District Lot 404, group 2, a distance of about 55 chains, thence north
to the southeast corner of District
Lot 46, group 2, a distance of about
19.50 chains, thence west to the section line between townships 111 and
i'!. a distance of about. 10.45 chains,
thenoe south to the point of commencement, n distance of ahout one
mile, nnd containing 465 acres more
or less.
LILLIAN      ELIZABETH      CRUICKSHANK,   Per   Alex.   Cruickshank,
Agent.
���Tanuary *8, 1910.
copyright.
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma ls fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, Is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
739  COLUMBIA  8TREET,  OPP;
TRAM OFFICE.
,
trip
t from San Antonio, Texas, i_ ��   ,������.,,  ,.ms ,um  ,���,   t	
which they hope will break the fight clubs have blacklisted Jimmy
record for distance and win the Lahm \valsh, the Boston bantamweight Be-
trophy, an international cup now held ��� cause he refused to go on with'Joe
by Count de la Vaux, of Paris. j Coster hero last night.   The sporting
men claim that Walsh got cold feet
MOVE TO LIMIT SALARY
PAYABLE  IN  ICE  HOCKEY
In the Matter of the Estate of Fred
Brick Thrussell, late of the City o
New Westminster, in the Provinc.
of British Columbia, deceased:
Notice Is hereby given that all persons having any claims or demands,
against the late Frcderir-k Tnrusseil,
who died on or ahout the 30th day
of November, 1909, at the City ol
New Westminster, l.n the Province
of British Columbia aforesaid, are required to send by post prepaid, or deliver to the undersigned solicitors
herein for Harriott Ann Thrussell, executrix of the last win of the said
Frederick Thrussell, their names and
addresses and full particulars in writing of their claims and statements of
their accounts, verified by statutory
declaration, and the nature of the
securities (if any) held by them.
And take notice that, after the 28th
day of February, 1910, the said Harriett Ann Thrussell will proceed to
distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
had notice, and thnt the said Harriet I
Ann Thrussell will not be liable for
the said assets or any part thereof
Dated this fifteenth (15th) day of
January, 1910.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
Solicitors for the Above-Named Harriett Ann Thrussell.
IIU'll      1.1,11111      U1UU        ,...-.-....      ...   .
at the last minute and ran out. Waish,
it is understood, objected to the purse
  offered, and claimed hat Coster was
a.     Z~<     I, i   h.��a that  overweiBht,    Coster   was   willing   to
Ottawa   March l.-l   Is Waudtlut   ^   ht_ m and
at the close of the present hooKey had paW g a
season, the National Hockey associa-  kecnly  disappointed
Hon will meet and take steps to es- ,	
tablish players' salaries on a uniform I TEAMS REMAiN
basis.    The financial stress of sever- JEN TEAMS  REMAIN
al of the Clubs  this season is such j   ^ .-- |N *���* DAY OR IN 3
that they Could not possibly continue i    _,"*,",      ���;'���   '���)  "WTB2 L-
on under present conditions. Ad- Buffalo, March i.-len Instead ol
cording to the report the highest sal- elf,ven teams all with more than 343
ary paid will be limited to $looo for mile9 to their credit, began this af-
the season, each club binding itself J ternoon the second days grind n.the
not to exceed that .unit. What effect ' slx-day bicycle race here. WUllame
this will have on some of the stars and  Ben  Hill hadI Withdrawn t*"B
 ��� i their teams, and their partners of yes-
 a���i     ������,i     Fred
una    t�� in    in..,    v..
who are drawing treble that amount,
Is a matter to conjure up. There is
no doubt many will decline to turn
out under those couditlons.
Some  Real Bowling Language.
Did you ever hear of two bowling
".--���   -l-hrOQ   Their
terday, Walter Dardget and Fred
Sohns united. They started one lap
behind the rest of the aggregation.
Corinthians Coming.
Winnipeg,    March   1���The
  Corin-
Winnipeg,    warm    *���"  "V"    .   wlll
thlan football team of! BM and wi
Western Canada in August an
Did you ever near oi i��u ��-"--- i"   .Twestern Canada in aukubi ��~-
flen Is discussing "last night"? Their ,tour Western ^ ^^
J_ .ri.,,  u ns intelligible as Choctow.  Pjay  winm* e, j    golng
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
All  boats having full masts must
pass on the south side of the draw.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Jan. 29, 1910.
Sri! M tatelli_lble as Choctow
Here's a sample:
"Going up against new wood is
fierce. It was hoie after hole, u��d
the majority were railroads, in the
second frame Rudy drew Big DIcR
and Jack followed with double pea-
nuckle. Walter hit 'em Brooklyn,
leaves the 5-9 Lulu and plays the
lead In the Cherry Pickers. Charlie
cracks them in the pocket for a cinch
strike, but leaves Bismarck up and
poodles going after lt. The Limit
was up threo times in two games,
and the Ladyfingers four times, whlie
Vancouver. G. A. Parker is going
west In a few days to arrange for
dates.
TARRED AND FEATHERED.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
p I
S   EVERYTHING to gain and small chajnee to lose by so doing.
1   pERSO.NS other than employees accidentally Injured about the prem-
I   I        Ues Invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS  of  their  own  responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was Injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can 111 afford to assume the risk of
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms ls
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO  go   to  law  means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
I   worry. P
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured. i
ONLY  insurance  against such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
Man Who Set Fire to Houses Given
Popular Demonstration in Nevada.
Goldfle.d, Nev., March 1.���Suspected of having been responsible for a
number of fires that have occurred
recently in the town of Mlna,    100
miles north  of here,    Tony  Leyden
mm me umifaaaaawB .-.at i,_co, r.���..D , was tarred and feathered by the cltl-
the Baby was so common it was a  zens of that place Saturday night and
chestnut." ^jgjlsent on his lonely way across    the
 J desert with orders never to return.
England All Out. iThe punishment of Leyden was open-
Johannesburg, March    1.���England ,,y conducted and was made a public
was all out today with 322 runs. [affair. ,
****��� uiitr   jvui    i AiTiun a    k\j   n   rin-i------- m,
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy  ln  the  Railway  Passen-
/   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances. .      J u
Alfred W. McLeod
Plione 62 " The Insurance Man" 657 Columbia St.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  2
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NOTICE.
District  of  New  Westminster.
,., notice that thirty days after
'"VJ rjeorge B. Connor, of Matsqui,
',; 'intend   to   apply  to   Assistant
^Issioner of Lands, New West-
.,,,,��� District, for B license to pros-
'  f,,i- coal  and petroleum on and
'.',,,. following land s:
ommenclng at a post situated at
snuthweBt corner of District Lot
eroup  2,   New   Westminster  Dis-
ht and marked George B. Conner's
hwest coiner, thence south along
,iion  Hue  between  section  32
a distance of one mile, thence
. ' tne western boundary of Dis-
". i,,t 47, group 2, New Westmlns-
Dlstrlct!  a   distance  of   about  45
,i ,.,���.,, north along the west-
bo^ary of District Lot 47, group
vpW Westminster District, to the
Sifwest    cc.rner    Of    said  Lot 47,
kirn 2   a distance    of about    four
Mns  thenci   -   ��� Mons ,h" nni'th'
boundary of District Lot 47 group
:.   :,   houndary   o|   Dis-
;',,;    group 2,    New West-
���     >, ;,  distance  of aboul
,i, uce north    along  tho
ndary nf   said Distrlcl
Westminster
corner of
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PAGE SEVEN.
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Ito   'he
V  l.ot
(chains,
* group 2, New
,trici   ti  northwesl
,    R| trlcl   Lol    35tt, group
tmln ter District, a distance
-.,    ! 2  chains,  thence  west
,i-l corner or the BOuth-
0f Section  38, Township
distance     of     about     20
thence     north      1"     the
,      corner      of        District
group    2,    a    distance    of
19 1-2   cliains,     I hence    wesl
o tthern boundary of said
t Lol 49, group 2, to the point
. ncement,    a    distance    of
i hains.
GEORGE B. CONNER,
2g, 1910. Locator.
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
��� Subdivisions 3, 4, 5, 6 of Lot 43,
Suburban  Block  6   New  Westminster blty.
as, proof of the loss of Cer-
���  Title No. 4395P, Issued ln
of Annie Brown, has been
office.
I   hereby given that I shall.
piratlon of one month from
of the first publication herein n dally newspaper published in
,   City of New Westminster, issue
duplicate of the said certificate, un-
ss in the meantime valid objection
to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar nf Titles.
try Office, New Westmln-
C    February 2, 1910.
NOTICE.
District  of   New   Westminster.
that thirty days after
I   Gi  ci   Conner Cruickshank, of
B   C, intend to apply for a
peel   for coal  and  pe-
on   the   following   described
at    a    pC'st    marked :
i': 'ilcksba.ik's    northwest
the  SOUthwesi   corner j
:   Lol   207,    pinup  2,  New
I v-ttict,    thl nee    south ]
i ast  o'oe-half mile.
���     ���   i ne-haJf   mlie,   thence
i  mile, thence north one-
esl to the point of
containing    aboul
��� ' CRUICKSHANK,
Q   B. Conner. Agent.
'10.
LAND  ACT.
m of Notice. District of New West
minstJr.
thai   John   Ferdinand
N. Ison  Island, occupation
in apply for permls-
;: chase   the    following    dfr
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miner  of  Timber  Lot
341    about   one   mile   northeast   of
!  nf   Billings   Hay,   tlience   north
to or near small lake, th !_C)
1"   chains,    thence     south     4i>
thence w��st 40 chains to point
��� ii ncement,   containing    160
more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS,
Name Of Applicant,
tl  Nelson Island. B. 0., De-
'������ I   29, 11109.
NOTICE.
District  of   New  Westminster.
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I,   Barbara   Anderson    of   New
'   Mister.   B.   C.  intend  to apply
Assistant   Commissioner (,f
for right to prospect for coal
:  petroleum   under  the  following
crlbed lands:
��� nclng tit n post marked
' ' i i Anderson's northwest corner,
northeast corner of District
thence south one mile,
''' cast one-haif mile, thence
"' one-half mile, thence east one-
' mile, thence north one-half mile,
n��e west one mile to point of
nnieneement,
BARBARA ANDERSON,
Per George _, Conner, Agent,
luary 29, 1910.
TENDERS.
Bt lied  tenders,  addressed   to   the
" 'toaster General, will be received
''' '"lawn until noon on Friday, tbe
'"February, for the conveyance of
1   Majesty's mails, on propose | con-
l��ts for four years, 11 and 30 times
'''r   Week   onch   way,   between   the
' '     Westminster Post office and th*
;"''aalan    Pacific    Railway   Station
''' ' the Great Northern Railway Sta-
"';'   fiom tho 1st April next.
|l!ln,l<'l   notices containing further
!matlon  as  to  the  conditions  of
'Posed contract may be seen and
"l;  forms  of  Tender  may  be  ob-
V'M'({|  at   the  Post  Offices  of  New
'    'minster, Sapperton and Queens-
,"  "'igh. and nt the office of the Post
,u'��e inspector.
^����t Office Inspector's Office, Van-
UVer' B. C, 7th January, 1910.
JOHN R. GRRENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety In The Hank of Toronto
it will l,e safe while you leave
it, and ready when you need it,
and' it  will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
Interest. Small or large sums
may he deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.  $4,000,000
. .  4,750,000
Bankof Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
AT THE HOTELS
Russell.
John Matheson, Hamilton.
J. Se.ly-Hele, Tynehead.
A. J. Bosworth, Chicago.
F. Drechsel, Vancouver.
George Marshall, Vaucouver.
S. Small, Vaucouver.
J. II. Hudson, Vancouver.
C. Ames, Vancouver.
Mrs. H. Bowen and child, Victoria.
V. H. Bowen, Victoria. I
Windsor.
J. V. Bachmain, Irondale, Wash.
It. A. Millar, Vancouver.
J. E.  McDonald,  Vancouver.
II. Fountain, Victoria.
A.  T. Coole, Victoria.
J. Held, New York.
J. K. Emery, Vancouver.
Women who divest themselves of
practically all their clothing und go
before the public In tights, have evidently lost all sense of chastity, and
those who purchase tickets to see
such performances are every bit as
bad. 1 do not think that the ordinary
theater of today would succeed if it
were not for indecent, exposures of
the female form which are witnessed
there."
5000   Facts  About  Canada.
MINISTER DENOUNCES
EFFECT OF  THEATER
St. John. N. B., March 1.���Rev. Dr.
Smith, leader of the North Hnd group
of churches in the evangelistic campaign, said in a sermon Sunday ou
amusements:
"I don't think that ordinary theaters are a help to any    community.
Tkirty ?
Well  I guess Not!
But there's a time coming.
Wednesday   and   Thursday in
this   week
H. Morey & Co  \
Will sell
A Great BijJ Glass Jug for
25c
They  won't  .ast  long.
665  Columbia   St.,  Westminster
Hardwall Plaster
Lime, Brick, etc.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
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District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that thirty days after
date, I, Hamilton Charmers Cruik-
shank, of Summerland. B. C, farmer,
intend to apply for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked tt.
C Crulkshank'a northeast corner
post, set on the westerly boundary Ol
'District Lot 47. group 2. New West-
minster District, about four chains
south of tbe northwest corner of said
Lot 47, group 2, thence west a distance of 45 chains to the section line
!;!!,ween sections 2* and 29, township lfi, thence south one mile, thence
east one mile, thence north to the
southern boundary of MrtrtetlAtW,
croup 2. thence west to southwest
SS of Bald District Lot 41 group
... ���,ence north to th- northwerfCO*
nor of said District Lot 48, group 2.
Since east to the westerly boundary
of  District   Lot  47,  group  2.  thence
January 29, 1910-	
NOTICE,
NotiCe is hereby given that the
'Pitt River Lumber Company, Lin
Red," having applied to His Excel'
lency, the Governor General in coun
oil, for the approval of a certain slti
for the construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the ��~
River, in the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, having deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works
at Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a
description of the site thereof, and
have also deposited a. duplicate of
each In the office of the Registrar of
Deeds for the said District of New
Westminster, In which District said
works are proposed to be constructed,
ln ..accordance with the requirements
of Seclon 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated the 11th day of January, 1910.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,
Solicitors for the Pitt River Lumber
Company, Limited.
The public wi.l warmly welcome
the new 1910 Edition of that iudls-
pensiable booklet "5000 Facts About
Canada," compiled by Frank Yeigli,
whose writings and lectures on Canada are widely known. The popularity of the publication is shown by
its sale of nearly 50,000 copies, not
on.y in Canada, but through the Empire, and indeed the world. The 1910
edition contains a large percentage
of new matter, under such heads as
agriculture, mining, banking, trade,
railways, wheat growing, education,
religions, etc., while a new feature is
a budget of Empire Facts. The book
is a revelation of the riches and resources of the Dominion. It is published at 25 cents a copy by the Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 007
Spadlma Ave., Toronto, Canada, or
[may bo had from newsdealers. **
Loose Tea Loses Flavour
��� deteriorates in quality and flavour before half
your last purchase is used up, but
Tea, in its sealed lead packages, always has a delightful freshness. You buy it in pound or half-pound
packets from your grocer just as you require it.
Besides, you know, "SALADA" was picked just
fifteen weeks ago in Ceylon.
��������� Black, Mixod aad Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70o per lb. ������
FOR  FIRST CLASS
Job Printing
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
Droprletress, Mrs. M. Dominy.
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks In the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitche'n  in  the   city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Eleven
Riverview Lots
At $360.00
The day will come, and it is not far off either, when
the value of these lots will be reckoned in thousands.
Why?
Firstly, because this property has one of the most
enchanting views that ever met the eye of the nature
lover and
Secondly, because the new Vancouver Cut-off
makes it as easy of access as any other section of the
town.
I took a prominent Westminster business man out
to see another block I had in the same section recently
and he bought the entire ten lots which comprised
the block as soon as he clapped his eyes on them.
These lots front on Ottawa Street, back on Dundas
and extend from CO, near 20th Street, east to 40.
For years this property has been the object of endless
admiration, but it has lacked transportation. Now
it will have this, and just watch Riverview jump into
her rights, for in no other part of this city can be
found such a perfectly charming location.
The view embraces the river, the Delta, the Gulf;
and all the other delightful phases of mountain,
forest and ocean that can only be enjoyed with proper
elevation and unobstructed vision. I said that the
first man who went to see the former block would
buy, and so it happened. I believe the same will be
the case with this.
TERMS ARE: $100 Cash, balance 6 and 12 months;
Corner lots 51 and 52, fronting on 20th Street,
are $425 each, $150 cash, balance 6 and 12.
W. J. KERR
614 Columbia St.
Phone 170
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Anderson & Lusby |
Ladles, consider this and then
buy a pair of CLALISS Shears
from ,    ,|  > |
COLUMBIA 8TREET.
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Prize given to the best lady skater
at the Pythian rink tonight. **
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davles'
Greenhouse, R208. ������
Captain Pittondrigh yesterday
found three Hindus guilty of assault
on a fellow workman at the Fraser
River mil.s a few days ago but allow
At next week's meeting of the city
council, it is probabie a petition will
be presented asking that body to take
some steps to induce the Chinamen
to select another burying place for
their dead, the present cemetery in
tho West End having become too
valuable to remain off the realty
market any longer. Tho intention of
the petitioners is to agitate for the
ed them to go" on suspended" sentence | establishment of  the  provincial   uni-
H
TENDERS
You can get them
for putting in your
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by ringing  up
Phone 281
HARDMAN'S
verslty c*i the land  now  used as a
cemetery.
For fresh Carnations, promptly delivered, phone Hi!08, Davles' Greenhouse. **
The  remains  of  the  late    George
Trawford were interred yesterday in
the Church of England cemetery, Rev.
C. W. Houghton officiating at the services  held  in   St.   Barnabas    church
and in  the  K.  of  P.  hall.    A large
number of Masons attended the obsequies.    The  pall  bearers  were  H.
Hughes, J. B. Kay and T. W. Kerfoot,
be  suitable    for    soccer.    Alderman   _. C. E. R. employees from Vancou-
Welsh had arranged to go, but was   ver, and W. Dodd, S. G. Tidy and L.
delayed by business and E. Murchie,   Grimner, of New Westminster.    Mur-
on condition that they pay the costs
of the court.
For furniture, carpets, linoleums,
etc., try the New Furniture Store.
Denny & Galloway, 43 Sixth street. **
The most expert lady skater at the
Phthian rink tonight will be given a
prize. **
Neither Alderman Welsh nor any
representative of the Rovers footbal.
club had time to go out to Sapperton
yesterday to look over the pleasure
grounds there to see lf they would
GETTING ON IN
THE WORLD
depends mostly In specialized ability.
Tlie best paid men and womm in the
business world are specialists. Are
you a specialist? If not take up our
special course of business instruction.
It will double your wage earning capacity. We are helping ;i great number of ambitious young men and women.   WHY NOT YOU ?
Westminster Modern
Business School
A. L. BCUCK, Principal.
610  Columbia St.
who was to have accompanied him,
also found that he had other matters
to attend to.
For window shades, lace curtains,
etc., go to Fales", Agnes street.      **
Mrs. Shook, modiste, .ate of Vancouver, will open dressmaking par.ors
at 51)7 Agnes street today. Satisfaction guaranteed in fit, style and workmanship. Leave orders for spring
suits now. ***
A quiet wedding took place yesterday evening at the residence of
Thomas Morrison, 42G Eighth street,
when Harry L. Nicholson and Miss
Ruby Pearl Morrison were united in
matrimony. W. H. Hutchison supported the groom, and Miss Sadie L.
Longheed assisted the bride, who was
given away by her father. Rev. J. S.
Henderson officiated. Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholson will reside in tills city.
A waitress is wanted at once at
Kenny's cafe. ***
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond witli those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you  haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital   Paid-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000,000
C.  Branch,
Manager.
New  Westminster, B.
F. SHUTE.
_����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Northern  Crown  Bank!
THE ONLY WESTERN CANADIAN BANK.
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AUTHORIZED CAPITAL  , $6,000,000 j
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000 J
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HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. ���
No institution plays a greater part  In   the  development  of  a ���
country than Its own bank.   It was   the   Bank   of   England   which T
placed England's finances In their present high position.   Each bank a)
is the financial pillar of its own country.  The Northern Crown Bank ���
is the bank of western Canada pre-eminently���the   only   bank   with
head offices ln the west.   We want the  business of the  people  of z
the west. a
HIGHEST CURRENT  RATES OF   INTEREST   ON    SAVINGS    AC- a
COUNTS. ���
Manager J. E. HAWKSHAW, New Westminster. $
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>��������������������������������������������������������
chle and Sons had charge of the funeral   arrangements.
See W. E. Fales for quality and
prices. We lead ln furnltuie values. *
Annie Catherine Hepburn, eldest
chi.d of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Hepbuiia,
died yesterday at the age of nine
years and nine months. Deceased
had lived here with her parents for
the past four years, her father being
in the employ of the B. C. E. R. as
motorman. Besides the parents, two
sisters and a brother survive. The
funeral will be on Thursday, the cortege leaving the family residence, 228
Tenth street, at 2 p. m. W. E. Fales
has charge of the fuueral arrangements.
Prize for the best lady roller skater
at the rink tonight. **
The new Great Northern station
was given another setback yesterday
when Provincial Government Engineer Gamble ordered all work on
the excavation at the east end of the
bridge stopped. The order was given
on account of the dauger to wliich
Co.umbia street was being subjected
by reason of the operations. For the
past couple of weeks a steam shovel
and a large force of men have been
busy excavating the bank there, but
they neglected to provide proper
cribbing for the protection of Columbia street. The trouble will probably
be straightened out in a few days.
Papering and painting season is
now here. I. Hudson, Sixth street, is
the man to see at once. **
Traffic on the B. C. E. R. hill service was interfered with for a couple
of hours yesterday morning on Royal
avaaue, due to a rock crusher screen,
which was being taken to the asylum
farm at Coquitlam, falling on the
track. E. O'Brien, who was .ooking
after the team, had a narrow escape
from Injury, jumping just i�� time to
avoid being pinned by the big piece
of machinery. The screen, which had
just left the repair shops of Howe &
Rose, Vancouver, was only slightly
damaged. The rock crusher, of which
the screen forms a part, is being used
ln tlie building of roads at the provincial farm,
The returns of the Public Hospital
for the Insane show the number of
patients ln the hospital during the
month of February to have been as
follows: In hospital at beginning of
r_onth,398 males, 157 females; admitted during the month, males 16, females 5; returned from probation,
males 1, females 1; discharged without probation, males 1; discharged c_
probation, maies 9, females 4; died,
males 1; females 2; in hospital at
the close of the month, males 404, females 157; on probation at close of
the month, males 14, females 16; total under treatment at close of the
month, mi,lts 418, females 173.
STORAGE Two   Good  Easy   Buys
TTm  AT n       -r.   a   i-. *~. t -r -r ��r*
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block, New Westminster
|/:     IT PAYS TO ADVERTI8E
������IN-.
iTHE      DAILY NEW8
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys a seven-room house on Third
avenue, on car line near Queen's
Park.    Price $2500.
DO NOT PAY RENT.
$500 cash, balance $25 per month,
buys an eight-room house, close to
Queen's Park and Park Row; large
lot 66 by 130.    Price $2750,
DO  NOT  PAY  RENT.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Spring Dress Fabrics
Have Arrived
Splendid Showing of Direct Importations
Tingling with the Old World Beauty
J
UST around the
corner, storing
up alHt's beauty and
radiancy, is Spring,
and with the first
soft, warm zephyr
jfllL will come the demand
for materials from
which to fashion the
Spring costume.
We have anticipated that demand
and assembled a magnificent array of exquisite fabrics that will charm
everyone with their rich colorings and differentness
of weave. A showing which mirrors most authentically the styles for the new season and whose
are superb. ^_^_\______\____\\^^^^^^L******^-**\
Panamas, Taffetas, Serges, Vigoureaux,
Unfinished Worsteds, Cheviot Serges and
Semi-rough Goths in light and colorings
and two tone effects are here in profusion.
The weavers of Europe are noted for the skill
and care with which they weave their cloths, and
these rare woollens and silks with their rich colorings
are masterpices of the weaver's art.
Prices are lower than you would expect for goods
of such undoubted worth. Come and see this initial
Spring display. Nowhere in this vicinity will you
find such a wonderful showing.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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