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INSURANCE
i,ulTE, SHILES & CO.
*H 15  WESTMINSTER.
jUMBER
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. ('.. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SKILLS & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
a*
BNT8.
ra.
^TdfviFW       INCORRIGIBLE GIRL        jliftpc
eulogizes mm
k, ���f Canadian Cabin-
I Styled "Minister of
"Les by "M"
SINGS WAY TO FREEDOM
i
Plaintive  Melody Sung in Jail Causes
District Attorney to Release Prisoner  on   Parole.
NMURM RESOURCES
,   ,, OB���An  appreciative
��AplV s Fielding by "M"
R National   Review.     It
13 wiifrld Laurier li the
��� <ir ^nt Canadian politics,
����eeg��entlaUy   the   business
mainly   with  the
Ida dt'"1
Fresno, Cal., April 29.���Ethel Boy*
kin, aged sixteen years, detained In
the county Jail for allege Incorrigibility, yesterday Bang herself to freedom. Her voice, issuing from the
bars of the jail In plaintive melody
'so appealed to Assistant District Attorney   McCoiinlck that he   made   a
ploa before Judge Austin, of the Juve- _           _.
nile court, to release her on parole.      11 ashing  Fraser seems  to  have  been
Charming Spot in the Mountains, Long Neglected, is Now
in Line For Tardy Recognition--Holiday
Home3 Will Spring Up This Season
HALF OF BIG BUG IS
GUTTED IN WINNIPEG EIRE
Foley  Bros. & Larson  Suffer .125,000
Loss  in   Evening   Blaze���Damage
Covered   by   Insurance.
Winnipeg, April 29.���Fire which
broke out at ISiliO tonight in the uig
six-story warehouse of Foley Bros. &,
Lai son,   wholesale   grocers,   manufac
SOCIETY Of ARL\S
IS GIVEN k ci\m
Duke of Argyll Suggests
Vancouver for Next Royal
British-Colonial Exhibit.
I 	
London, April 29.���The Royal Brit-
��� jt ti''
., ^ "Minister of
Hope has ever been alluring and tin
little town m Hope lying hidde
L.an��ou,   i.uv..��.v   0  tac-      London, mm..
tutors  and  confectioners, on  Market   lsl1   and   Colonial   Society   of   Artiste.
_ street east, completely gutted half of : received   its  charter   from   the   king
itim   nniiiiiiiB-   and   numsfi   ���,   Wikh   ni   through   the   hands   of   the   Uuke  ol
panics have suddenly realized its im- {gB gl(Ung   'Uul   UlUStd   a   l0bd   ��'j Argyle at a banquet here last night.
Tlie building i�� separated by a lire 'nt which Lord Strathcona presided.
"fjd gives ��"�� cre*lt'��
PT. flrst practical step in the
Inference, ��Wch w,,ml"r
J"f      '���.. greatest stroke.
^statesmanship tbe world
feSdesby stating that there
fc0 rriiui'i",- confidence In
mile SroT . [,-ioidlng Is not to   whlc
lute DOuri, i" reiWBS ner on p,ooi��.
Mccormick said in court he believed
the girl   would   win  lame as a  prima
donna if her voice were trained, The
court compiled  with the requesl  or
,i...    ...uuict 'mt    iliutMci    nttnrnav
,�����, ^-o.v,  ,v.j...h m���en away Iportance and  a dozen  other strange
n  ine  Rockies nnd circled    by    Uie i thinuH h       " ~~J   n��T>o
��� and  a dozen  other  strange      Tlie building 1�� separuuu u, ��. ...~       which Lord Strathcona presiaeu.
ave happened and soon Hope   wall   iu  uie  cent... and  the  brigade I     The Uuke of Argyle in a speech paidS
..   ........   ���,.���  nnf   waa abi0 l0  conuuo  the  lhe to  luul', a tribute of praise to Canada and Aus-
....i I tralla's work for the furthering of art..
the    a88lStant    distrlcl   attorney.
Chewing Gum Is Barred.
Montreal,   April   2'J ���Gum   chewing
,s barred trom the stock exchange according to a bylaw passed yesterday
K" "   nt  Fielding m ��"' i" i which  prohibits its  use by  members
Section tn��, ^ ^  l'nited   as Well as clerks and employees. Vio-
r   �� other country.   He has  latioft oi the rule en the part of the
"      ��*an  that   while  further- , latter  means dismissal.
���SETteresU he is also a |
was  aoie  iu  a.*j,.-,..*,   ....
portion where the oluzc siuiied.
Tue loss ls Cuh}   coveted by iusur
anee.
TRIAL   BY   JURY.
_T<   ti��- whole
burn ��' u"
British   Kin-
hlect Name for Princess.
8ee;��� April Z9.-The new
���� of Sweden's first daughter
K a i.ilil ef the crown princess
"l lf , |,iid Victoria Louise
telSt despite .his is a ttne
1 ml,, dil Tlie crown prince
K'prlncess are delighted at
i_hwt o fa  daughter,   the
rSren, the Dukes of Wester
'   t upland ���"'���������r. boys,
Senator Saves His Seat.
Ottawa, April 29.���Senator Sullivan.
of Kingston, took a seat in thc senate
Wednesday, thereby saving it, as It
was slated that he was In danger of
losing it because of non-attendance for
two years.
a tribute oi praise w uww	
tralla's work for the furthering of art.,
tind he suggested that the next uieet-
ing of the society should be held in.
Vancouver.
^  Lord Strathcona, in reply expressed?.
  I his pride at receiving the charter on,-
Amateur  Dramatic  Society Will   Pre- ' behalf of the society.    He said that,
sent Operetta on Tuesday. their members desired to emulate tho-
The operetta, "Trial by Jury," will &��yal Academy. The Duke of Argyle..
be given by tne Dramatic Club of St. l" the course of his speech, told aw-.
llarnabaa church lu tlie pansn hail ; amazing story tn connection with the-
on Tuesday evening. The caste ba.leffortB t0 form a Ro>'"' Acndemy as
ueen practicing lor montns aucl tne IOttawa a generation ago.
proamnion ou6nt to be u notewortny ��� entered into a conspiracy, bar
oue  lu  musical  circles. 'SElld- "wlUl cpr,ll,n Senlemen to secure-
  B "   ! Raid. "Willi cenaiu . ^.......   .
Among "tuose   wno   will   take   part ! a statue.    They secured the co-opera-
"-   -ieib, M^s  jose-.tlon   of   a   French-Canadian   of  great
��� .��-i oinfii beauty and encased him in on.
C. N. R. Terminals at Montreal,
Toronto, Apiil 29.���According to a
I statement   made  yesterday  by   IX   B.
two I Hanna. of the Canadian Northern, thai
railway will spend in tlie near future
about $4,iiun,O00 in providing terminals
at   .Montreal.
|i ESTATE TRADING
��Tfl BE ACTIVE
Professor Allen Honored.
Winnipeg, April 29.���At a special
meeting of tlie council of the Oniver-
Bity '.f Manitoba yesterday, Professor
Frank Allen. M.A.. was elected dean
of the university faculty.
Iltiiral Good  Deals   Have   Been   Put
^Through This Week in Burnaby���
Surrey Land Picks  Up.
Famine  in  Mothballs.
New  York, April  29.���A  famine in
mothballs     threatens    Greater     New
York   at   the   house  cleaning  season,
^^^^^^^^^ as the result of a downtown tiro last
  j night,   which    destroyed    tlie   stock-
i ��������� ms of a manufacturer of coal ,p.i
marked Improve-  products.    Fifteen   thousand   dollars
���I ieal estat!   sales.     Business    worth of mothballs was destroyed.
Isk nil round and every office 	
in  the  city  and
,_ ��,,,��,  ,u ..u.c  u=��� , thriving   centre  not
wei   named,   l nt>  years ago it was   *'" ; , ,   ,,.
tlie Jumping-off place tor the thousands  only for tourists   ���POTtUUHl and J OU
or minJis who tramped the trails In .day makers, but business fflWl. Fg m
Bearch  of  gold.    To Hope came ail  stead ol the trab�� I ass ng      by^ o
the supplies, the food and the paclC.the other ��We of toe river,tgjWJj)
noises tnat bore them ove. the moun, rate lines will cut Hope     a
tains.     All  along   the   banks   of   the   one I   nut   wow ill ma k�� J a ^IBIOO
river and on the flats spieadlng back al point At the bMk of ��JJ�������
pas. where the centre of the town is tre of. he town now  I ��� will be a WW
[oday thousands of tents gleamed In depot and U-alM wlto Pmmngers h
the sun and reflected tbe whiteness of al parts o.the worW w 11 pi IV
tbe  snow-capped  mountains  for Hope   Hopei and  th Mg^��i�� MM ��     7
In those days had a floating popular and that somettttg ��m ���
uon o   flve thousand.   Today the la- which no words.can id.bcMbe will oe
dlan  breeds and  whites only totai a  *��^*?X-^ wiU be
hundred or so. 'f    ,,'"���,,   laiio-hter  and  merriment
Were  it not for the broad grass j trodden and laugMango   n      from
of ar. evening on the counter of toe. wiU be P"86^    rted   lftke8   will  no
Btore or the stoop of Uie hotel   none      ine   no lndlan and
would   know   of   the   past   glories   0    longei 01     see^H��i   ^     ^    be
Hope.   Even the writer of guide books  �����"*���"'��       d many wm come to uie Uillo._ ���  ,
overlooked it as the   rain, seems to Pj-g^gS am0ng the firs sum- J���J^J, Rev. v. w. Houghton wUl ��,
have rushed on pas', a using fli C0V-  ^e u | and happy |" manager. ,     iV
ered hill on Uie one side and a distant  ����WJJ���       l     _ them from . W,igg \     jbury"   la   probably   the
View   of   Hope   mountain   across   the   ui ue s^     .ua^^ \hrJ_Zt   little   comedy    written   by   rillC
river.    The  rushing  of this  mighty .morntog UU wgn S great toasters oi musical niirtn,  "^
Stream jus. here as it takes a double.    Ho       It se     .       �� C:l"' GUbeit and  Sullivan.    The  plot cen-
curve  has claimed his attention and  que little vUlag ^       Bibfe  t0 ��it �� rf   ^
he   has   forgotten   to   Inquhre   wl'e'�� ���"'J;"     Udh brought   by   an  extremely   attractive
nope is or if nice Is any I lope   lhe lmapi e Q]& Country, J���^ J/agalnst a gentleman wno
name is marked up on the station and     A traveler ^ g,ung ia        i^ ^ cil.cumblunees
there are a couple ol wooden shacks whe^h^%aUy NeW8- representa- g ���� pel,petl,lt01. of a crime. The
adjoining, then the mer and the < me as tne ^ ^ onl place "^^ o�� ^ jmy by the ��air
mountains.                                    ...    ^ ill Canada where he felt at home      " provides  a ue.d ior con.m-
To .each Hope one has to   slide ln ail oanam       Bquare-{aced Mod��.lg"���niedy, wnich the eiticient caste
down a steep path to the mer side        TJJJSi^i houses. run up with al.Jg^SrMr. Mackness will present
JumP mto a canoe, unless you prefer ^^o cheapness, and, above a1, no    '^f ^  ttllV_nva8e.
he gasoline launch which crosses the vi �� to e     ��             t9  t0 be found   - ���
swift rushing river in almost a bee najnto��^ buBlneB8 is done is done
lIne. AttoelMdingywwm^^her^^M ^^ d , tle
by a heavy four-wheeled bugg) drawn erneu , t Hope.
���V a pair of impatient horses which  seemefl to na     . ^g ^
seem half inclined to dump you back,    These we         ^ tn]p M|
are Miss Jennette Peeie, Miss jose-l ���" of a 1,Teneii-v,.I1���lu.....
pnine Martin, Miss Corbould, Miss ' Physical beauty and encased him in st
Vera Corbould, Miss Macgowan, Miss i Plaster cast. After a short tune they
Elsie Bmett, Mrs. V. H. C. Abbott una fountl hlm turning pea. green. As he
Messrs. Nigel O'Briaa, Gordon Smith, | became perfectly inanimate they
Celery and ironsides. |broke  the  l)laster  <lllickly,  but  two;
Bernard Hill ana Mr. Mackness will  hotties   of   whisky    were   required,
have charge of tne music at the pro- I added the duke, amidst laughter,   be~
'���   ���    ���     ��    ......Pinon wm  *   "nm   the   or"~
. fore   he
e duke, annas. mu_...c	
recovered   from   the   opera-
FIRST OF C. N. B. FLEET
IS A 8FLEND1D STEAMER
Royal   Edward  Carries   Many  Guests
|      From   Glasgow   to   Bristol���Fine
Third Class Acommodation.
London,   April   29.���The   Royal   Kd-
vorth.rn Railway
,, \ \wsm MINER DIES
>elKisli..n .. particttlarly strong   li-i^��'1"
El during the I ist few days for
Vm   lake    propery.      Acreage
well  tor fnmi
.Jlill.i'"1' per acre. I	
:- '  '' company put i p.raiv^is
l���  ,ha.  U.calltl    W. G. Stegner Stricken With Paralysis
tawk ai ; tin   e uly pan (,f "lls
IN SIGHT OF RICHES
at  Moment  When   His  Dreams
Come  True.
ml and pi-da; they closed a
Wca the north si ie of ten acres In
fe ��� lot 4.;  for   $10,000.     Distrlcl
IBalew days ago changed hands
11 record figure, ,. .���, _\\  Q. Stegner,
Naby lots were also handled free- Spokane, Apri   a.   > ���
1 kr many ... the  other  agents at a   "Forty-Nlner     srtw   has^
frtttprlces,                                         'alone on a  P^f.������^ paraly-
also had extra gocni for a decade was ��^^���Jh.n tne
|aention. sis wnen  his h.uuis w   c           d   1S
fk early prospect  of the cars be- touch of richness, and   es ���0^
Jtunon the Praser valley branch on a cot in the bosp .il at
I         C, E, U. has made property , Ferry. Idaho  whlie o hei   aje w      ��J
���to. tho line pick up, and Abbots-  ing  the  gold  ^'.'"V;   ,    t0 be with
"niiiia...... ^^^^^^ Smelter for Kingston, Ont. 1 ondon     win.      ,
by a pair ot impatient horses which  seemed to nave 6u..^ ,  Kingston, Ont., April 29.���The city   ward   the'CanaUan Northern Railway
seem half inclined to dump you back | These were the views he expressed, j council has before it a proposal by a Com,,'any's new steamer, which inaugu-
Into the river and unless you are slick and it is easy to see how true his company operating leading mines on rateB a new Canadian service by stUl-
and hustle your grips into the wagon words are after ten minutes' stay in '; the Perth road lo uuiia a .u.uuu ��� in��� t,.oln Bri8t0l on May 12 for Mon-
ami   your sen   into   a   seat   you   wih  this mountain and river village. smelter here. treal    arrived   here   today   with   260
be left behind. j   There are broad grass covered roads,        ' guests, after a delightful voyage from
A quick run along a good road lined log houses and.    beautiful    orchards rrnti'lM*i ~n Iu,tru Glasgow.   The vessel, despite a Ueavy
with  blossoming fruit trees and dot-  right in the centre of the township and J HrHMift]    lUlNlri sea,   progressed   well,   averaging   2L
ted with  Indian shacks takes ;.ou In   there is not a street in Hope that hns  ��""�������"'��    **��   wnn ��� r_��ota until off I'olybead    There was.
a i.w minutes to the hotel. houses   on   both   sides.    Whichever STATI*   iMSliHANf.F ' no vibration and n6 rolling during the.
ln tlie old days men went to Hope,way one looks the  view is different uiniu  uiutjiimiUL  ruQ
to  leave it and wander  In  search of  and ever changing.   j     .^iie furnishings of the vessel will
wealth. Today  they  go to Hope and!    Hope   mountain,   like   a   guardian ~       ~ '.compare favorably with any steamer-
stay  there for they are looking for angel, looks down upon this quiet little   Reforms By Which Its Scope Will Be crossing  the Atlantic.      The   guests-
rest,  renewed health and good sport  spot to remind its residents that Hope | were surprised at tlie sumptuous quur-
and none leave it without a desire to  is a very big thing. c���i..���_r) and Exoenses Cut Down    Iters   provided  lor   second  and   tnird.
return for there Is a something in the      From a sportsman's point of view -   *.... i���,,Q
peace of this wayside, almost forgot-j there are few places in Canada where
ten spot, that nul'p at ones fancy and \ such good sport can be had without
twines round ones imagination in a j the necessity of roughing it too much,
way few, if any, other places do.; One can go out with gun or rod from
��� ���',., .,:,. that *        " "*nln�� and  return
Enlarged and Expenses Cut Down
Now Before  Reichstag.
tors  pio\iaeu  .oi   ot��� ...
class passengers, the latter accommodation being equal to the comforts an&
appointments of the second class oi*.
many other liners.
At a dinner last night, with Williamr
���'���-..   -p tho eomoany.
%r*�� �����-�� ^>�� S aSf lua  ten=io'of roughing it too inuch great ^   ^SSS^S U. company,
twines round ones Imagine i oi   in .x\ out with gun or rod_trom|    ����^* and unifying the pilous MacKenzie, pre Rogcr8j mln.
taKes wa ii.^.....     ut of one and a j to ns quid ..v...,.-..
grandeur in the scenery that lures one   having had the best of sport
out on the trails for long tramps iu 1 none of its inconveniences.      ^^^^
heat of the day or the silence of j    The Coquahalla river is an Eldorado
I for the fisherman.    Splendid catches
-     ���~   ulwnvs   being
the
���    ha..     ^^^^^^^^
*v card  for   Cook   &   Wilson
���terday was another record on
and
for
the evening
For twenty years this
V I. Kerr has sold the first sec-
Jfeol his Cherry vale subdivision and
|jw ��f ih�� buyers intend commenc-
IV work    ^k*mm
PR of tho buyers intend commenc- ., cuts the cubic yarn.       j      wll,   I1(,t
Hwrknn their new purchases atlthat  the cost of ^   ���          d as ,ow , b00k   aiu""-^ have  man can im .���� ��� ������-uful 80ener
^Several blocks, however, have   be more than a i-           ���tel.,y  and   last {ew years    Some o    ne ,     ,���u^ the  ���� t    TUeI.
thought by local nnd Vancouver I ���B  ��J  cents.    J.  ��.                      over   bought land and huilt sumpi of ^ ,,lU   bJ W^ maian dug-out
W- "    '��-  -���i-m���,     The   ht. relates, who nave__ q     \   j ;*��"* v,cw are also three prtoui ino
***** mon:-f���'r"speculation.    The   his associates   who h'.^ ukei ,���u^.       ot.ers     , clearing mt   ����i       alg0 three
fcotthe land has gone to buyers   the group ot o |�� ����   ���  e �� ^g , the   > & fruit trees wlto a v^  ^^ D^ &^
^Vancouver. I,  Home  o      ��� ���        ���       kM. oreeh t0       BettUng there.   Otoers agalo^ ^,    Kawkawa is about a^nm     Bfly
Jhffeare rumors abroad that some   to bring water rroi ' (() u,.u. lftflt year oi so nave s ul
RlirS^^SPJ"^ !''-�� ,ifteen t0   ^r^,r!X^elep>u!ne
n the chair, Hon. Konen. ����b **-��--
cjvstems   oi   sutte   iiiduiui.v.��-   ...   ---   , nublic works tor Maiuww
STnvta now  under consideration In ; ISter Of pumic proposed
.be  reichstag.    Tbe  scheme  is  most; a brilliant and wu>      Mrg   M
compiehenstve-it contains more than  the heath of    i q{ ^
i-no artlcleB-and lt is a monument , ae.    ���i. Kobe predicting that
aws�� guSng sick, accident, old age, , Canadia^ Norti�� n     q{ MacKeB_
widows' and other Insurance and pen-1 g se dtty n*      D       Mann
sion systems   are  codified    and    ai-  zw a ln reBp0ndmg, MP"
rund   in   a   homogeneous   system       Mr. m��c* .    predictions   woul*
5SS it the bill becomes law, will  Jg  ^ft;  perks, rm��^C
nrevail through the empire. ��""?   Hanna, third vice piesldcn toi
PrChief among the Projected reforms ^^^Xn Northern railway made
.- no one. and I is ,he replacing by new insurance de- toe�� totereftlnB speechi The W��
USi a fisher- Jartments of the heterojQJg^��J \*���? and other  P^ihenr Brig
as well as en- reaus which at present admlniste i to ,      ' emphasized   the   da; ^"'*"b
���autiful.scenery JJ  different   systems  of   insurance   clUsens       ij   offer      emigrants re
'Ei    ThPrei About 1,000 of these offices must be ^..^ especially to the accommoda.
aouui i,uv ,���.���i������j ���t the vearly-fening eai'c nncsonirers.
nam68  '1Conklna "he   hoi" for   the'used by anyone from      fl wcH M en.
visitors   book  at we have  man can WJOB d��   hfiautlfu, scenery
last few years.   b��n��- u
U.ow^r^^re^ jSrire^alF to the accommoda,
' rn,;.- Indian dug-outs ! 0pened and maintained at the yearly "�� . t d clase
^riess oh fhf shores. ^ of fWOWQO. wt^oTC S I ��� MacKenzie .
ne,'e!.* ��� mile   and    a  ...  |.���.ae saving over the cost of con goyernm
r*eek or two, and that  the early
��" of May  will  see  another   rapid
tiie in - ���
lay wll
prices.
et in depth.
RAILWAY MAGNATE COMING.
���illiam MacKenzie   May   Be   Among
Visitors to  Coast  in  May.
uctorhi, April 29.���Distinguished
P��ay men will be much in evidence
r"g ,ll(-' notable visitors to British
jprambla and to Victoria during the
Komi. ...- ^   .......
���-th of Ma,
pesldeni ii. \,
In addition   to  ��l>
Mann and  Mr. Phip-
|��.oeni ii. ii. Mann nnd Mr. rinp-
f���' KiMicral counsel of the Canadian
fjjern, who are awaiting the return
President William MacKenzie from
"�����. nnd are expected to leave To-
W , ' "'is cilv within the ensuing
���ji, lm' " is 'ln'te probable thnt Mr.
���fKenzic also will take time for a
P8 trip to the Pacific coast to wlt-
��� t.
CHURCH WOMEN TO DON
OVERALLS AND  LABOR
Spokane, April  29.���Women of the
Baptist church of Wallace, Idaho, will
don  overalls   tomorrow   and   do   the
work of day laborers.   The church ls
! being raised and a basement fitted up
| under it, and the women have decided
j to help.
I I"(>r some time past the pastor of
the church, Rev, C. C. Hickman, has
heen working in the capacity of man
of all trades in the work of remodelling the church, and his activity is
said to have inspired the women to
action
m for third class passengers.
with a view  are also suj-jj ������       ,      horeB.     i eost   of   si.700,000,  wnicn   ��. *�������-- . - M    MacKenzie said today vmm
 ^^mms^mmmi^mmM
Tie reform extends sick insurance   need    He ^ ^^ ^ sp��J
to    agricultural    laborers,    foresters    ^'^adlness.   There are already'0O
��eSyerKd^ we^\mP.Re unmr
be   e'iuallzed.   instead   of   remaining
u  yuu  ."  f .   ea IOra|iaKe ���u��l_""'. Krpnerv found
wlre through an n^eni^of trr^ one and a ^ge of scenery ^
an ideal campius, e . b  beaten.
few miles you will  come 	
of the most picturesque ranches your  an Ideal campius t,.~.  _
eyes have ever lit upon: where na- town. Kawkawa lake cannot be beaten,
ture and art. commerce and scenery From a commercial standpoint the
are so softy blended that there is per-1, possibilities of Hope just now are
feet harmon/. Money wlll not buy this j great and property there is already
^^^^^ the man who owns it val- j on the jump as the advantage of three
tics the scenery more than hi- values railways where there has only been
he knows enough philosophy one, a long way oft, is going to make a
" '-*" he has; big difference to the place. Also Hope
will undoubtedly be the centre for the
������ ���-!-.���   tho outfitting point
Crewe-
'  u.r   i ..line  ewiini   ivy   .��--
,i -���������>��� initiation of construction of
l"c Hrltl.ii  ������        ���  "���-
tiowi"""" Coluinbia  portion  of  the
I"* transcontinental system, nnd their
coli|,,n.
over of the Dunsmuir
nterests.
PlY,   '  ,              B>
Be m    nl   '' ���'��� Warren, of the Ket-
l"V6v Valley Railway company, is
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EDITOR GIVES ADVICE
TO BUDDING PASTORS
.    ..    oo���Twenty-nine
April    _���*. .* the
''vim
Ian i' IV"U; Toronto) tiie new Cana
feti ''''Hl'iuarters of his company, for
P��C1���W-   '
Fenian Raid Veteran Dead.
Rrockville, Ont.. April :!!>.���Peter
Tver, a Fenian war veteran, died suddenly at his home here, following an
aiii'ck of heart failure. He was born
in Newfoundland in 1S50 and coming
Brockville four years later resided
-~-""fintly   since     ^w
A���vti  20��� Imports Into
Melbourne,  April  29.   W .,
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Montreal
during   the   initial
and   his construction
knril     ^.-Twenty-ii'^   in   -';,���   {our years iac.  ---��� a   wlul   vuo   ....,-- Montreal
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Inc
23.7
aw1"" "HI he "made "public immedl
1 "I'on big an-ivai on the coast.
Nnt to Scale Mount McKinlrv.
Sl'at'l"   ""'    APril    20.���The    United
L , r,'V|,nue cutter Tahoma arrived
, ' ton��� - ��� -���-��� ��� 	
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v-.ir.���      leavc  for    Port    Grahttn1'
' u,c SipudUiun wm he ittuueu.
Hetp t i "m cutter xanoma hh��c"
Sleeti wl,U ,,le expedition whose
t.��� \ Is to ascend Mount McKinley.
mi ,7",p''  '"Mi  on.i   fotnorr""" '���
���ll!il,,���    J,,o1   mi- lament and editor
the Canadian parua uddre!.3
nf The Toronto U"��j��.
to the gradnates sai^       ^       jj
"There   is   00  P* message and
for the man wit �� a |n thp h,Khcr
without powe .   it�� d the learned
criticism of the theological
l^hS-S^eywantand
tbeG;' ive'se vicelnlSRR.   B
from active ser ]]lld,,en.
(l widow anatnrco       ���
Victoria Wharf Work Stops.
Victoria,   April   29.���Work   stopped
i  the G.T.P.  wharf here today  by
der of the agent of marine and flsh-
-- ��i.�� wharf plans not yet
1,c',ieTn in^easeo  *032,000 as
ssyssf ShSBi ��f uie corre-
SS montoof^^t^'-
c > Qtock  F��hange  Listinfls.
For BtoCK  w   on���Applications
London;     April     29. ^PP      gtock
have been made to the W. ^
New   York.  April   20.���Bradstreet's
weekly bauk clearings follow:
^^^���^^^^^^M     Dec
.$37,428,000    ...
.  15,000,000    ...
.    3,691,000    ...
2634,000
1,930,000
LECTURES ON DAIRYING.
Hon. E.
on theVG'T.P.  $$&& and fish- have been,��J0. -    700o branch line
order of the agehl of'**g^ J�� ^.^ ��300.000 West Can-
ehftg��blegn ��SS�� by the minister Jjgj-g flye _��� cent3.
of marine.
Victoria     1,633.000
Edmonton   .... 1,142.000
Toronto   ...... 26,386,000
,Vancouver .... 7,774,000
Quebec    2,116,000
Halifax     1,647,000
.St. John, N. B. 1,303.000
London   1,085,000
5.0
T. Judd, of Salem, Ore., Witt
' Tour   Interior.
������ _ ___��� .    ���   .>.i__r.   G   McLaren.
16.8:dairying on May 26.   He wm   v
7.2  Rt Edgewood on the Arrow  i.m
61.5 5uyMi*a at Myncaster on May M-
12.1 I    jiiss Bessie Livingstone will SWg
10.9   on   the same   dates   and   in   Ngg
.... j will address the Nelson and D.stricir.
9.9 Woman's institute.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
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WANTED.
WANTKD--A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  uvenue.
WANTED���TO RENT BY  MARRIED
couple with small family, furnished
house; good location, for six
months.    Write P. 0.  Box 382.
CITY OF WINNIPEG
TO SELL MORE BONDS
Some   Good    OppoiiUini^s
WANTED    FOR     RENT ��� S.MALI,
house at once.    Reply   to   Kellington Bros., Begbie St.   Phone 680.
Tlie advance sale of Beats for the
WANTED ��� YOUNG NEEDLEWOM-
an at Royal City Dye Works. Must
be able to repair clothing.
GIRL WANTKD���FOR FAMILY OF
two. No children. Pleasant work
and home, but must be able to speak
English and prepare wholesome
things for the table. Will pay $25
a month.   Apply till Columbia St.
WANTKD ��� GARDENING OR .1011-
bing by sturdy young man. Wages
moderate. Apply W. Johnson, Colonial Hotel.    Phone 39.
Winnineg, April 20.���City debentures to the amount of $300,000 will bo
sold to the trustees of the city sinking
fund if a recommendation of the board
of control is passed by the council
on Monday. The sale was decided
upon this morning as the result of an
interview hetween the mayor and the
trustees' representative. Par price
will he paid for the debentures and
until the annual expenditure on local
Improvements is allocated temporary
bonds will be made out. It was suggested at the time that in ad.lition to
the ��500,000 of debentures, which
were sold recently on tho London market at a premium, a parcel of $300,-
000 should be sold to the sinking fund
totalling |2,600,000. These $300,000
I debentures are for seven years and
: bear 4 per cent interest.
The money to be  obtained  will  he
j used   for   local     improvements,     for
which there is such a steady demand.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
; Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
I      Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
'Client will buy at market price a lot
on   First  street.   City.
We have several good clients who
will buy lots on Seventh avenue.
City.
Have a buyer for one or two lots on
Tenth stieet, City.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
WANTED TO RENT���GENTLEMAN
wants one or two rooms with private family. Not far from library.
Modern house preferred. Box 083,
Postofflce.
Five  and  two acre  blocks and    cut
offs.    Kasy  terms.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location. Write P. O. Box 176,
City.
35  City  Lots.    Scott    Road    station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Easy terms.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���SURREY; TEN ACRES,
8. D. 13, northwest 1-4 section 10,
township 2. Price $250 per acre;
l-o cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months. Address N. B., News Office.
IOR SALE ��� BRUNETTE MILL
boarding house business for sale;
14 rooms occupied; 3 1-2 acres pasture; chicken house, cow stable,
fruit trees; low rent. For price,
including furniture, beds, bedding,
cooking utensils, Mallaeable range,
���dishes, etc., apply 109 Columbia St.,
Sapperton.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay, Burnaby Lake P. O.,  B. C.
FOR SALE ��� MAGOON STRAW-
berry runners. Specially grown
from young plants. Four dollars
per thousand. L. Claude Hill, Burnaby Lake, P. O.
LAUNCH FOR SALE���40-FT. PRAC-
tically new gasoline launch; covered
and completely equipped; licensed
to carry 25 people; for sale at
$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value of this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Box 340, New west-
minster.
FOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In first class
working order. Speed 14 miies per
hour. To be seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
POR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixtli street, East Burnaby.
POR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
ROOMS  TO  RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam heated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
and electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply A. H. Ferguson, Room 9, second  floor. tf
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two .adies, close to car.
���15 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nished bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
atreet, cltv.
FOR RENT.
FOR HIRE ��� AUTOMOBILE FOR
hire by the hour, day or week. Apply to S. Fader, Dean block, corner
of Church and Columbia street. Telephone 712.
POR RENT���SIX-ROOM MODERN
House, Sapperton, $15 per month. P.
I*. Secord, 450 Columbia St., Sapper-
ton. Near car terminus. Phone
CM.
FIVE-ROOMED FURNISHED COT-
tage to rent on Eighth street between Third and Fourth avenues;
120 per month. Apply Wilson &
Cook, Northern Crown Bank bulld-
fng.
FARM TO RENT���46 3-4 ACRES AT
Tynehead, 7 miles from New Westminster, flne 7-roomed house; good
���rchard and barn; between 18 and
20 acres under cultivation, remainder grazing land. Get particulars
from W. J. Kerr, 614 Columbia St.
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
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits.   Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co-
!   tambia Street.
Some of our shrewd clients
are beginning to feel that outside property; is now nearly
as high as it is worth. They say
that the old stock exchange
axiom is good which says "Sell
when everyone wants them;
buy when no one wants them."
They have figured out that they
have done pretty well by real
estate and are now buying
mortgages. They say that seven
to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all the scrutiny
given morgages which passes
through our hands. They feel
that with such mortgages
they can sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as to a possible drop In value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or if you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security ln investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge Is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
m r
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
Manager  N.  W.   Branch.
Have a buyer for acreage In Coquit
lain in Block 238 and 383���or vicinity.
BURNABY SNAPS���3 3-4 acres cleared; District Lot 136 for $2,000;
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months at 6 per cent.
BURNABY���2 (/. acre lots near Second street. An ideal location.
Prico   $300   each;   easy  terms.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
We Can  Deliver the  Properties.
Merchants  Bank   Building,
Rooms   5  and   6.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
CITY
Lot S and Northerly 16 of Subdivision
' ;, in Lot S in Block 10, Group 1. New
nine-roomed house with modern improvements; -1-stalled ham; good
garden with fruit trees. On Seventh street between Fifth and Sixth
avenues. Price $4,760; cash $1,750,
balance easy terms.
Lot 55x132 on Seventh avenue between Sixth and Eighth streets;
cleared.   Price $685.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL ESTATE ��� AUCTIONEER
Walker  Block,   Next to Todd's  Music
House
HOUSES FOR SALE;
WEST   END
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
���line. Price $250 each; M cash,
balance $10 per month.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
month buys a fine large lot on
Third avenue near city car line,
CITY A 66foot lot on Royal avenue.
Price $1,500; $500 cash, balance 6
tind 12 months.
CITY���6-roomed modern house on
large lot on Fourth avenue and
facing on car line. A beautiful
home.    Price $3,500;  easy terms.
SURREY.
Section 35, Block 5 N., Range 3 W.;
9.87 acres���510 feet to Ladner road.
Price $315 per acre.
SO Acres in Sec. 10; $100 per acre.
I 3 1-3 Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
About 2 acres ln Sec. 30;  $1,550.
in Acres in Sec. 33; $350 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 36; $275 per acre
I 40 Acres in Sec. 6; facing coast Mere-
dlan road;  $275 per acre.
160 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. 8;  $45 per
acre.
|S   W. '.,  Sec. 34, Tp. 7;  $45 per acre.
5 roomed  cottage,  lot 66 x  170.   Price
$2,400; $350 cash, balance like rent.
7-roomed house, modern.    Price $2,200
on terms.
6 roomed    house    on    Fifth    avenue.
Price  $2,400;   on  easy terms
.-roomed   house;    all   modern.     Price
$3,500; easy terms.
12 roomed modern house in one of
the finest locations In the city. Must
be sold within flve days. Price only
$3,200; on terms. See us about this
at once.
SAPPERTON
3-roomed house on lot 66 x 132; close
to car. Price $1,400; $350 cash,
balance 6, 12 and IK months.
7-roomed modern house, half a block
from car. Price $2,200; $500, balance monthly.
We   have  other   good   house   propositions ln  Sapperton on easy terms.
It will be to your advantage to see
us before buying elsewhere.
CITY   LOTS
Lot on Hamilton street, size 55x150;
partially cleared. Price $700; $300
cash,  balance  arranged.
BIG SHOWS CUT Off"
FROM THIS DISH
Klaw and Erlanger ca|
All Dates in Towns Kc
i .of Saa Francisco.
New Vork, April 29 -. inn,
came today from the offl ill
k   Erlanger,  of  the  theaw..-
Aicate,  that, their Iii,,,    .":" j
all attractions booked by ti,��    n��l
for  the   northwest   terrl       . :i|
'season of 1910-1911 The I
ment was In the form of �� i ����I
reeled   to  John Cort,   ,,������''   .'"'j
1 Northwest  Circuit,  vihicnZ_\
CITY���A good buy���Lots 2 and 3 in
Blks. 6 and 7, S. B. 9, on Seventh
avenue near Eighteenth street. Price
$650 each; $475 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
CITY���9 room modern house with two
acres under cultivation; planted in
bearing strawberries and young
fruit trees. Price $6,000; $2,300 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
SAPPERTON���Lot 76, Blk. 24, S. B.
4. Price $450; $200 cash; 6, 12 and
IS months.
LANGLEY���On the Surrey line; 80
acres, the west % of the S. E. V4
ot Sec. 34, Tp. 8. $80 per acre;
easy terms.
LANGLEY ��� 160 acres, the S. W.
i. of Sec. 16, Tp. 10, having 2,600.
000 feet of good fir timber. Only
45 per acre; easy terms.
62 Acres in Sec.
good buy.
36 on Townline Kd.
LANGLEY.
N. W. Va Sec. 5, Tp, 11; 48 acres;
30 acres cleared; good house and
all improvements. The buy Includes
furniture and everything on the
the place. Price $6,100; $2,500
cash, balance arranged.
LULU   ISLAND.
Lot 41, Block 11, Four North Range,
Six W. 4. N. 6 W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre.
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 E.;
10 acres;  $300 per acre.
3 lots on Dublin street close to car.
Price only $1,400; 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and  IS  months,	
2 lots on Edinburgh street with back
entrance 100 feet from th�� car.
Price |l,30ti for the two; 1-3 cash,
balance arranged. Will sell separately.
lows:
"Dear   Slr,-In   looking   ,
route sheets and arranging l(,,,J
the coming season of 1910.1] �� i
come to the conclusion that'J]
best   conserve   the   Interest^,
theatres   wo  represent,  and of
travelling  companies,  by  t-\J.\
your   territory  from  our  Looks
"Very  truly youri
"KLAW  .v  KKI.angI
The John t ort circuit IncludesL
of  the  important   theatres alonirl
Pacific   coast   region   north 0( I
Francisco,  us  well  as  mai,)  |���. I
portant   one-night   stands.    l\
Portland, Tacoma ami  .ancouver!
among  the  larger cities in the
which contains about llu towns
get her.
LANGLEY���160 acres of fine fruit
land, the X. W. 14 of Sec. 14,
Tp. 10. Price $45 per acre; $2,300
cash; 1. 2, 3 and 4 years.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. i/2 of the
S. E. t; of Sec. 10. Tp. 10. Ten
acres cleared. Price $35 per acie;
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until paid.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres. A good farm; 40 acres under cultivation with orchard; 3-4
mile waterfrontage on Harrison river. 2,000,000 feet of fir, some cedar;
several good springs. Price $25 pet-
acre; small cash payment.
Small ranch near Sapperton; 3 acres
in orchard; balance light clearing.
Price $3,550; terms $1,000 cash, balance 6,  12, 18 and  24  months.
TO RENT���7-roomed house near the
corner of Tenth street and Fourth
avenue;  $30 per month.
BURNABY.
4.2 Acres, corner of Royal Oaks road
and Glen road.    Lot 19, Block 82;
1-3   cleared   and   fenced;   $800   per
acre;    $1,000   cash,   balance   easy
terms.
5 acres good land; $3,500.
Lot 9, Blk. 3 of D. L. 29;  $350.
Lot 77 of Blocks 3 to 19, 36 to 53, 69
to 73, r>. L. 30; 66x120;  $325.
Lot 200, Blocks 3 to 19, D. L. SO; 66x
120; corner;  $450.
Lot 30, D. L. 29, Blk. A; 6<".xl80; fruit
trees and root house; $525.
SAPPERTON.
S. D. (IS, Blk. 3, Lot 21; Buchnnan
street between Sherbrooke and Hospital street; cleared; small house.
Price $400;  easy terms.
S. D. 19. Blk. 4, Lot 2; Carrol street;
cleared and fenced.    Price   .125.
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Qood lot; good location;  $1,600.
We have the best listing from Chilliwack  and  Sumns.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
We Can Deliver the Properties.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
Full sized lot on Hamilton street close
to Twelfth street; all cleared. Price
$850;   1-3   cash,   balance   6   and   12
months.	
Two full sized  lots on  Agnes street;
all cleared and fenced; $2,000 each;
half cash, balance to suit.
8 full  sized  lots in  Sapperton;   splendid   view.     Price   only   $300   each;
$500 cash, balance to suit.
~IF~YOU~ARE   RKQriRING~~ANY
LOTS   IN   SAPPERTON.   WE   HAVE
THEM   RANGING  FROM   $275.   AND
T'P FOR  SALE	
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL   E8TATE   ���   AUCTIONEER
Next to Todd's  Music  House
Walker  Biock, Columbia   Street,  N;w
Westminster, B. C.
A. G. MARSHALL,
South Westminster Pho.te F507
SNAPS  I.N  WATERFRONTS.
160  acres  of  good   land   under  crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per  acre,  on  terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains water,
frontage. Railway through property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres, with waterfront. Sunbury.
Good terms.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   mile
from  Lulu  Island  bridge.
40  feet   waterfront,    throe     minutes
from bridge.    $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
Spokane Police Scored.
Spokane,      April     29.- Stool-pli
methods  of  the  Spokane po||ce fl
came ln  for a hot  roast from Jd
S. A. Mann Tuesday afternoon,
methods used by certain f.r the poi
of the city ln promoting crime toi
contemptible," said th.. Judgelnctl
I "It not only Is discreditable to rbe|
1 part ment,  but to the city, thi:
j methods .are permitted."
Robson Smith.
A   very  pretty  homo wedding t|
place at  the home of Mr. and
Charles J. Robson ,St, George strl
on Wednesxlay morning April 2~, wf
, their eldest daughter, Helen DoueI
i was married to Mr. Paul Moody .ml
C.E.,   of   Vancouver.    Only  relatil
I and   a   few   young   friends  witnesj
the ceremony.   The decorations of
house were most unique and ai'Ul
I lovely  spring cherry blossoms bei
used.    The girlish  bride, who looj
very charming was attended by
cousin,   Miss   Constance  .1.  Robsfl
.of   Vancouver,   and   ber  sist.T. .\(|
Carrie  Robson. as bridesmaids,
Hod Smith, of Victoria, brother of I
groom acted as lust man.   Tlie bri|
party stood under a lovely floral I
of cherry  blossoms ami smllax
low window made beautiful with
same blossoms.   The Impressive
vice wns performed by the Rev, T.
Pearson, great urn lo of the bride,
slsted by Rev. Dr, Sipprell, of tl
lumblan collegi. a  I >������ ��� i   '������'.      1
of the   Qu. en's    Avi n ie    Method
i church.    The wedding break!   I
I served at a table made very dalntj
white and green cherry blossoms a
smllax.   Afterwards the happj < 1
left  amid  showers of bright roinl
confetti for Vict.iii;. �� n route to >\.*\
nigan lake, where the honeymoon '
bo spent.    On their return Mr.
Mrs. Smith will reside In Vancou|
The bride is a native daughter,
she was one of the flrsl to gel
degree In arts In New Westminster
TO   RENT ��� 4-roomed   house  and  5
cleared lots suitable for gardening; |
$15 per month.
WILSON,  COOK  &  CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.'
Ground Floor.
Phone   646. '
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
Wanted for rent���Small house at once.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;   i/j
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over 3 years.
2    Lots,    London    street;    close    to
Twelfth street;  $500 each; terms.
1   3-8  Acres  on  tram   in  Section  30;
$1,000;   terms.
5 Acres in Section 11, Port Mann
townsite; $1,600 per acre. Terms
for today.
TcEUJNGTofTBROSr^
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
tern of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts ol the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totn.'. Aesets ov*r $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
a D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Beautiful
Building Lots
FACING
Pine and Third St,
between 3rd and 4th
ave., on trolley line.
Prices on Application
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -  Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St.
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THE DAILY NFWS.
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
Saturday,
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Frederic Belasco
PRESENTS
The Dramatic Sensation of  the
Agusta Evans' book of the
Season,   from
same name
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SRvall'sfD^unt\,0PenSof0r   Sub"rib<^   0"   Monday,
Ryall s   Drug   Store.    Regular Sale   Next  Day.
April   25th,   at
NOTE-A Full House for "St.   Elmo1
tractions   for   New  Westminste
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ll(w and   Second Hand    Furniture Bought  and   Sold
|Mts for   Banes'   Carriages
L'capital   Milk   Separator
Lon d-H and    Bicycles    from
$10  to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275 i
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SOCIETY.
Mrs. Harold 0. Barnett left for Now
York on Saturday.
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Dr.   C.   .1.   Pagan,   of   Victoria,   paid
the city an official visit on Monday.
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Mr. William Braid, or Vancouver,
was in town 0n business on Tuesday.
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and   .Mrs.  j.   j.   Johnston   ro- \ \
turned on Monday from a trip to Vic-1.
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Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Munro, of Rlagee   <
spent the week end with relatives In I"
town, !
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Mrs. Eastman, Filth avenue, will not
receive on Tuesday  and  Wednesday
Ol   Qext   Week.
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Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gracy
will be glad to hoar of the birth to
them of a daughter.
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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert B. McBaln
were the guests of Mrs. J. S. Clute,
Sixth  avenue,  during  the   week.
��� j     Mr.   Kenneth   C.   Hrown     left   this
:week   for   Princeton,   B.C.,  where he
I will practice law.
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ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
WOOD  WORK,
REPAIRING  OF
KINDS
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8th St., Next to Fashion Livery.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C-
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
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Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
ll. KENLEY
HEW WESTMINSTER.   B.   G.
Iftpfcone 13. Office. Eighth St
Acres at Tlmberland
ionting Yale road. $3500
m balance to   arrange.
I-.'" at
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Timberland P. O.
Electric Works
WESTMINSTER  OPERA  HOUSE
HARRY TIDY, Manager
Thursday, May 5
SIDNEY   HESTER
Presents
The most wonderful moving pictures of the greatest
battle ever fought for the Lightweight Championship of the World, between
Battling kelson
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You can see everything just as it happened in the
ring. No detail missing. Two performances,
one at 7.45 o'clock and the other at 9 o'clock.
PRICES 25c and 50c J
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Mrs. Schaake ;ind her daughter,
Mrs. A. Chappell, spent the week with
friends in  North  Vancouver.
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Miss E. A. Jenns, and Mrs. Hamilton Lovey are the suests of Mrs.
Humphries Edmonds at Kamloops.
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Mrs. G. Hruce Corbould entertained
at tlie tea hour on Thursday in honor
of Mis. J. S. C. Fraser, of Rossland.
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Mrs A. J. Cambie and Miss Gamble,
of Vancouver, were guests of Mrs.
David Cambie, Sixth street, on Saturday.
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Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute of this city
was a guest at a tea given by Mrs.
W.   P.   Roberts   at    Glencoe    Lodge,
Vancouver.
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Mis. Thomas Scouler, Mrs. John
Wilson and Miss Lola Wilson returned on Thursday from a weeks
visit to Chilliwack.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
Cloverdale
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm Lands a Specialty
Local Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement Co.,
Ltd., and V. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, 13. G.     L. D. Phone.
���w r��c Llt;Li BurpaBsea the Coal Oil
IS,?!1'''''  ("s,s 1|>8S nnd Rivp8
���ODble,   See us about the lighting
P��house rn .lore.
,,lixth St- Phone 304
Ready
oney
GOOD
FRIEND     ALWAYS
��>ou deposit your money for
I, :��� ln ' In- Hank of Toronto
lt   ' He sate while you leave
'���� ready when you need it.
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BRANCHES
Quebec
West.
and   the
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
The Above is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
" The Gateway of the Delta "
of Toronto
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
A facey, Mgr.
160 acres in section 25.
165 acres in section 18.
155 acres in section 18.
120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
LUt With Ug. We Are Sure Seller,.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone 295
Mrs. Beauchamp Tye, who has been
the guest of her mother, Mrs. .). S.
Clute, left early in the week fo rher i :\
home in Victoria.
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Miss Naomi Briggs, Hollymount,
Royal avenue, entertained at bridge
on Friday evening In honor of Miss
Lola Wilson, of Ottawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McGIIIivray
who  have been the guests of   Miss
Mowbray, Fourth avenue, left on Wednesday for their home In Winnipeg.
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Miss Marion Martin was a guest at
a dance given by Mrs. W. B. MacKinnon and Mrs. F. W. Brougham after
the   Blackwell-Loighton   weddlnfe  at
Vancouver.
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The members of tlie Vancouver
Anti-Tuberculosis Auxiliary gave their
second annual Daffodil ball on Thursday evening. A number of Xew Westminster  people went  over    for    the
dance.
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An afternoon tea and sale of aprons
will he hell in the Pythian hall on
Monday, May 2, and In the evening a
"Wonder Ball" social will be held, under the auspices of the Pythian sisters.
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On the afternoon and evening of
May 5, Mrs. J. Henley will give a
tea at her residence, on Eighth street,
under the auspices of the ladies of
St. SOephenVs Presbyte.|'an church.
The proceeds will be devoted to the
manse fund.
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Mrs. Corbould, of this city, who
was recently a visitor in Ottawa was
during her stay in tbat city, entertained at a pleasant tea bv Mrs. Croni-
bie, who asked a number of friends
to meet her.
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The Vancouver University Women's
club met on Saturday night and elected officers. A report was presented
on the work done hy the committee
on better laws for women and children in British Columbia.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Collister and son
Douglas. Miss Edith Johnston and Mr.
Alfred Johnston, left on Wednesday
for a the months' trip to Europe.
Thev will sail from Boston to Naples,
nnd will spend some time in the British  isles.
!OOD OE AMER-
UNITBDBROTHBRH ven<
lea No. 2 meets ever) }
���treet.   Trustees, M. ft *
MoNee and W. H.    ',',,'
All visitors welcome.
Mrs. Edgar Bloomlleld (formerly
Miss Melrose Dockrill, of this city)
and family tire about to leave Vancouver for a long sojourn in Europe. She
will pass the summer months at Boulogne sur Mer, and will afterwards
visit other parts of France.
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The Local Council of Women met on
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Keith, Royal avenue. About fifteen members were present, and Mrs.
Albert Hill was appointed their representative at tlie Dominion Convention
to be held at Halifax on June the
twenty, ninth. Tlte problem of domestic science in the public schools
was discussed. During the month
afternoon teas will be held at the
homes of Mrs. James Cunningham and
Mrs. Hill.
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Among the New Westminster people
attending the horse show held at Vancouver last week were Mr. and MrB. T.
J. Trapp, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lewis,
Mrs. Brydges, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. S.
Scholefleld, Mr. Corbould, Miss Corbould, Miss Claire Corbould, Miss Vera
Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. C. Abbot, Mr. Unwln. Mr. Tuck, Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Edmonds. Mr. and Mrs.
Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Coulthard, Mrs. C. E. Seymour, Mrs. J. E.
Oaynor, Mrs. J. S. C. Fraser,    Mrs.
a wtAi- than ever1  The  Doyle, and Mrs. C. E. Holt.
Bigger anibetter than ���*".��"      ^' wl,80n  and  M,gB Lo,a
Westminster Courlei.   On sale today. ^ ^ bGen .. g ^^ Qf
Send copies abroad. Mrg   Hugh  Gordon  and   Mr8.   _   a.
Am r.mr, nnttod   Lewis for the winter months, leave on
Great select on of seeds and potted  JgJJ"*^ tMr home ln ottawa.
plants at Tidy s.
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A Good Buy
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
$450 each,
purchaser.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby,   beautiful view.
Terms to suit the
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
Surrey! Surrey!
Acreage from $100 to $400.
We have some real snaps.
Acreage in  Port   Kells
Township from $100 to $250.
CLOVERDALE
Lots and acreage in city.
List with us for quick sales.   We want
more acreage in Surrey and Langley.
M. G. Morrison & Co.
Room 3, 536 Hastings St. W.     Phone 6730
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, APR|L
e H)ally Hews
Published by Tne D::lly News Publisn-
iu? Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
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.Managing  Director
MARKET
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LEES LIMITED
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SATURDAY, APRIL 30. 1910.
An entire absence of apples marked
the regular weekly market yesterday.
The supply ha.s been getting slimmer
. irerj week and yesterday none of the
farmers brought in any. Tuo supply
I is about exhausted, but there will
probably be a few offered in .May.
    _   _. I     Scarcity of meats of all kinds drove
', lhe prices higher than they have been
ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE ROYAL ��� thls vear   beet advancing a cent, lamb
C'TY- I 3 cents, mutton 2 cents, veal  1 cent
|and pork half a cent per pound.    All
The announcement that the Fiaser. the  meat  brought  in  sold  at    these
-walley   branch   of  the   B.   C.   Electric  prises.
railway will be opened for freight traf-1    The attendance of bcjth buyers and
., , .   _ ...  ,,.      ���,.,. .   sellers was good, and there was con-
i\c next week  wil give  very general     .,      . .    ,     . , ,   ,
B ��� b siderable business transacted,
satisfaction.   This will confer a greats    fresh flsllj including some oolichans,
���convenience not only upon the farm-1 were  offered  on the  market for the
-ere of the Fraser valley but also the  flrst   time   this   season   and   brought
merchants of this city, both of which j e<)"? l��'ices-
'     ,       . The demand for potatoes continues
Classes have been suffering for some . 8low_   the  f]Uantity   brought in   large
lime   from   the   lack  of  any  reliable  and the price stationary at $16 a ton.
means of communication through this!    Very   few   geese   and   ducks   have
-country i Deen offerei1 lately and yesterday was
__ , , , , , 'no exception.     There   is  a   good   de-
From what we have been  ab/j to   mand fo|. t|u,se fowl and  ,,��� offered
iearn it would seem  likely  that  the  are readily sold, but the supply con-
opening of Columbia street renascens,  tinuns to be very small.
as one might say, and the opening of I    TllL're wore als^ many inquires for
small pigs but only one or two were
offered for sale.
Vegetables of all kinds, cut flowers,
the Fiaser valley branch for passenger  traffic   to  Cloverdale   will  occur j
;it about the same time. It would
indeed be a happy combination of
���circumstances if arrangements could
lie made to celebrate these two important events in the history of New
Westminster on ono and the same
day. Therewith would also be In-
vJuded of course the formal opening
of the new double track of the city
and bedding plants occupied the attention of most of the purchasers,
large quantities of the commodities
being disposed of at satisfactory
prices.
During the morning a good auction
sale of farm animals and vehicles
was  held  on  the  market  square.
The wholesale price of eggs took
another drop of one cent a dozen, but
the retail price was maintained at
35 cents a dozen.
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" We Furnish
Your Home
Complete"
let  us  show  you  our  extensive
When you plan for new carpets
line of choice new
Wilton, Axminster, Brussels and Art Squares
NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK  MAKE   OUR   ASSORTMENT   VERY
COMPLETE
Art Draperies and Curtains
We are giving more attention to this department, having secured
the services of Mr. Cullln \\\od, a gentleman of wide experience in
Draperies and House Furnishing. If you are planning extensive decorations please feel free to consult him nt any
charge.
time  without  extra
THE
Smith Co.
LIMITED
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73
\ST:jSuccessors
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to   Lee's   Furniture
716-718 Columbia St.
Emporium.
New  Westminster
A Remarkable Offer of
Exclusive
Suitin
��car line.
New   Westminster   owes   no   small i Official Quotations.
debt  to  the   B.  C.   Electric   Railway j Beef, hind quarters, per lb He
.company for its ready and generous   TBeef-  f��requarters,  per  lb .9c
.. a   ii.     ia .   t ! Lamb, per lb ISc
assistance towards the city s Improve-  jlutton   per lb     10c
wient and progress in  the  past, and ! Veal, large 10c
oertainly in the future this indebted- j Veal, medium  12c
ness will be Increased by the sterling ! Pork- medium, per lb 13c
] Eggs, wholesale, per doz 2ic
advantages which the Royal City will
derive by its being made the virtual
centre of the company's extensive car
line service. To invite the B. C. Electric company to participate in the
forthcoming celebration of the completion of the Columbia street improvement would, it seems to us, ba a
pleasing compliment in recognition
of their public spirited policy.
We therefore suggest to Mayor Lee
that he might with advantage endeavor to arrange affairs so that these
two great avenues of traffic, by road
and by rail, into and from this city,
should be formally declared open at
one and the same time. Such a combination would give eclat to the occasion, which would certainly be well
worth a clay's holiday to every citizen
for rejoicing.
Reference to the work of tbe li. C.
Electric: Railway company reminds us
that tbey are about to commence the
construction of another Importanl
line, wliich will have its terminus in
New Westminster. We refer to the
Hastlngs-Burnaby Lake road, which
���will furnish another link between this
���%-dty and Vancouver.. We believe tenders for the construction work on this
line are all in, and that in a very
.short time work will be in fall swing.
The superintendent of construction
has already pitched his camp and is
now engaged in completing the usual
preliminaries ready for the commencement of operations. The grade of
this road will be a pretty easy one,
-and the terms of the contracts about
to be let, the line being divided into
four sections, require the grading and
laying of ties to be completed within
three months. We may therefore expect to see this road in operation by
the end of the year at the latest.
Rumors says that some important
branches from the Hastlngs-Burnaby
Lake line are likely to bo decided
oppn in the near future. But how-
wer this may be, the new road will
of itself be a very valuable addition
��� to the means of communication for
New Westminster. It will also serve
to open up to settlement a considerable area of land in the northern portion of Burnaby municipality.
I Eggs, retail, per doz 35c
| Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
| Butter, retail, per lb     35c
I Fowl, per doz., live $11 to $13
! Chickens, per doz., live ... $9 to $10
I Ducks, per doz    $15
Geese,  each   ...4    $1.50
! Potatoes, per ton       $11
! Onions, per sack $1.50
j Turnips, per sack      50c
I Carrots,  per sack       75c
j Beets, per sack   75c
Parsnips, per sack       75c
Make Money Now
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The remains of Colin C. Taylor, who
was drowned in the: Fraser river some
weeks ago, were interred yesterday
morning in the I. O. O. F. cemetery,
Rev. J. S. Henderson conducting the
funeral service. Mrs. Sutherland, the
sister of the deceased, was present
at tlie obsequies. Mr. Taylor had a I
brother living in Scotland and it. is J
thought he has no other relatives.
See Fales for Bed Lounges.    Guar- |
anteed goods at prices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
The commercial class of the Columbian college gave a banquet at the
Royal Cate last nigln In lienor oi
one or two of their members who are I
leaving this term. There were between thirty and forty of the claiis
present and a merry evening was
spent. Professor A. B. Etlierington
was in the chair. Principal \V. J. Sipprell assisted him, whilst Mis. Etlierington and Mrs. Sipprell acted as
cnaperones.
S
^OME choice buys in Sapperton on exceptionally
good terms, nothing better on
the market.
FOR EXAMPLE:-
Large lot close to car and
park, lane at back. Price
$400.   Good Terms.
And others if you call and
Miller and Jewhurst
Room  7,  Thompson   Block
Phone   669���New  Westminster
(Opposite   City   Hall)
Open Every Evening.
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New Arrivals in
To   Furnish
Fales.
an Office,   see
W.   E.
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The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co., is at 746, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. R. car
station, it cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save 17 cents a day,
that pays the balance. **
ASSISTANT   JANITOR    WANTED.
Ladies9 Blouses
AND
Children *s Dresses
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Regular $1.25, $1.35 and $1.50
For 50c. per yardl
Only on sale Friday and Saturday, 16 lengths novelty stripes and!
checks, in light colorings and medium grey Btripes.    If you are look-]
Ing   for  something   for   an   on*ing suit, you have a chance to secure!
a length here at a fraction of  the original price.    A word of advice
regarding tills offer.   COMIC EARLY.    Do not wait until the smarest
have been picked out.   Secure your   lengths   while   tbe   selection Is]
large.    Note the prices.    Regular   $1.25,   $1.35   and   $1.5u  for, per
yard     50c J
Special
See the new Linen Suits for children, white with blue trimmings, |
In sailor and Jersey effects.    Something entirely out of the ordinary,
Do not fail to Inspect these novelties.    Moderately priced.
Childrens Dresses For
May Day
Now   is  the   time  to  be   Ailing your wants toi  thi   !
Pretty little dresses In line mus Un, embroidered, tucki I          e trimmed styles, in tempting variety.   You'll do well to Inspi     oui i
ing before deciding.   See our window    display.     Prices   from
to 	
$3.2
$6.5
Specials in Ribbons
Extra good  value  in  wide  ribbons   for   May   Day.     G-lnch   '      'I
Ribbon in almost  every color.  Including   White, ('ream, Navy, Pink
Sky.  Wistaria,  Saxe   Blue,  Reseda.   Champagne,   Canary   and  .*���>���<'
. 25c|
Per   yard
At 15c per yard
Four inches wide, In shades of  Pink,  Sky,  Green,  Navy
Rose,   Electric,   Blown,   Car din a1 and Cream.
Mauve,
LANDSCAPE   COMPETITION.
Government Is Calling for Plans to |
Beautify Coquitlam Grounds.
Victoria, April 29.���An opportunity
wy which some landscape artist of
British Columbia may win enduring
fame is presented in the announcement by the government that competitive plans are invited for the
"Maying out" and beautiflcation of the
extensive grounds of the Coquitlam
Hetreat for the Insane, such plans
with specifications and an explanatory
report to reach the public works minister not later than May 1(1. Success
in the competition will carry with a
money reward of $200, while as a second prize $100 is provided.
Wanted���Assistant janitor for the
Central schools, New Westminster.
Applications received until Saturday,
May  7.
R. LENNTE,
Secretary New Westminster Board of
School Trustees.
New Wesl minster, April 28, HMO.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders will he received by the undersigned Up to May 23rd, next, at
5 p. ni., for twenty-five (25) tons
(2240 lbs.) of (i-Inch and six (6) tons
of 4-lnch Cast Iron Water Pipes, 9-16
inch in thickness. Also two (2)
6x4 inch T's.
Pipes must be free from flaws,
j cracks or other defects, and an even
thickness of metal throughout, cast
j vertically, and covered with Dr. An-
1 gus Smith's or other approved solu-
; tion. Pipes to have the standard
size spigots and sockets.
Tenders to be marked "Tenders for
Water Pipes." The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, April 26, 1910.
-AND ACTS.
New Westmlster Land District.
District  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply  for   permission   to  purchase   the
Sir George Newnes III.
London,     April    29.��� Sir     C,eo-ir->
Newnes, the founder of Westminster
'Gazette,   Tit  Bits  and    Strand,   and following'described lands:"
���donor of the international chess tro-      Commencing at a  post  planted  at
;ihy   bearing   his  name,   is   seriously <the southeast point of the island situ-
ill- I ate about four  (4)  chains from Tim-
 ,ber jjmjt No  3R733j thence northerly
Wonder, wonder, wonder.    The Py-  and westerly and southerly and east-
tliinn  Sisters will give a wonder so- erly   around   the   shore   at low   tide
cii'l   nn   Monday    evening    at    eight  to place of commencement, containing
���o'clock In  the K. of P.  hall.    There  four acres,  more  or  less.
will be a wonder gathering and sale ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
-or vork at three o'clock in the after- J. F. BAGGS, Agent,
-.noon, when tea will be served    ** March 17, 1910.
Commercial Hotel
CHILLIWACK
Containing 33 rooms. New bedding
and furniture throughout. Dining
room, bar room, two card rooms,
bath rooms electric light, etc. Beautifully situated in the heart of the town.
PRICE $16,000, Easy Terms
Exclusive Sale by
Brening & Co.
Room 5 &|6, Merchants Bank Building   Phone 686
Cor. Columbia and Begbie Streets
A hunch of carnations looks good
on the table on Sunday. Tidy, the
florist, has the freshest of the fresh.
7117 Columbia street.   Phone 184. ���*
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots arc ln
great demand.     ���*
Breakfast
Do you like breakfast nicely served���a little fruit to c0"1"1"1"'
such as Rhubarb, Sliced Oranges, Grape Fruit, Bananas In CW '
then Bacon, crisp and done to a turn. Fresh Eggs, boiled and in�� .
Fish, Steak, Chops, etc? Try the "ROYAL CAFE." Snow www
Napery,   Neat,   Quick   and   Polite  Service.
WE ARE NOW UPSTAIRS
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Props. Dominion  Trust Block.
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GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HAb
*    CLOCKS
I Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official  C.  P.  R. Time  Inspector.
* A NEW LOT OF
Rag Mat Patterns
A T
| Ryall's Drug Store
t **      EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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?DAVp APRIL 30, 1910.
Porting news
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE F1VK.
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BASEBALL
.Fpd-iy.
April   29.)
Ainerlean
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P'"";*.'.]'...
League.
Philadelphia
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nal League.
fcdelpb'a
Mia-
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Kam.
taJO���
Easter
League.
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CELTICS  PROS,
OR PLAY FOR PEOPLE'S SHIELD
The meeting of the executive of the
executive of the Senior Son.     |.
held tn Vancouver on Thursday i
was  mainly  taken   up  with   the
tion of tlie professionalism of the Celtics.    The  Celtics   warn.   Calgary  to
come to   Vancouver  on   Ma
play   for  the   People's   Shield,   wl    h
ls at present technically held by
teams, although In r< ality it baa n<  i
seen  Vancouver.
The People's Shield is embleu
of the amateur championship of Canada and now the Calgary Call d
claim that the Celtics are professionals
and object  to  coming,
At the meeting In Vancouver the
executive did not take any action in
the matter. The senior division [e
has accepted the Celtics as amati
all season, and now it will be up to
Calgary to prove the Celtics professionals or forward the shield.
The trustees ordered the game played, but If Calgary proves bei contention that the Vancouver men are professions, the shield will remain In Calgary.
MOOstjAvtsAau;
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housewife who uses flour must be
in   ROBIN  HOOD "the flour that
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and   Newark,
and   Haiti
Rii-Toronto
Itttponed; rain.
���jdinore-Montree
l.,me postponed; rain.
J        ..-Rochester and Je
IT Game postponed; rain.
Coast League.
Franclsc
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toon���
Ugeies 	
I Portland���
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Northwestern
IL
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League.
H.   E.
H. E.
6 0
6 2
H. E.
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IfctKies-Hall and Byrnes;
Jill Custer.
(Spokane��� �����
ouver  f>
ne     '
llneries-Paddock     and
, Bonner and Brooks.
H.   E.
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Lewis;
Big Year for L-ncrosse.
Today's Vancouver Saturday Sunset says: Lacrosse seems desUni d to
enjoy a big year at the coai t. The
professional league should provld ���
better games than ever owing to the
strengthening up of the Vancouver
team, while the amateurs are also
planning a better season than ever.
The organization of a school's lacri ������
league Is one of the most important
and far-reaching events in lacrosse
matters in recent years for in no bettor way could the game be fosteri
than by developing players and a love
of the game in boys from the time
they are able to bundle a stick with
any degree of success. The schools
league has proved a great success in
Winnipeg and with the lacrosse spirit
even more marked at the coast than
In the Prairie City, It Bhould not be
long before Vancouver should assume
a commanding position in that gamp
and reap the fruits of a league filled
with all sorts of possibilities but
whose organization has only been too
long delayed.
every
interested
is different."
You hear it makes a bigger loaf, that the loaf is
sweeter-flavored, more nutritious, more easily
assimilated than bread made with other flours.
We can tell you why ROBIN HOOD Flour
makes that kind of a loaf, but what ou^it to interest > ou more than "why it does" is that "it does."
Ycu can prove what we say as true at no risk of
loss to yourself.
It is largely a matter of making up your mind to
use "Robin Hood."
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills
Co., Ltd. ,
Moose Jaw   -   -   Sask.
P. S.���Ask your grocer about our guarantee, and when you use
Robin HooJ add more water than usual.
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Standing of Clubs.
Won. Lost.
Buver
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Games Today.
Bl   SpOl
ma at
LABOR CABINET IN
AUSTRALIA IS TILLED
Pet.
.571
.571
���*f! Leader Takes Treasury Port-
folio-Hughes is Appointed Attorney General.
Seattle
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BASEBALL TODAY.
IS
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(���Threaten to Pound Vancou-
rttrers All Over the   Lot.
isball game   scheduled   for
hoon between  the  Vancou-
"rsaml the Westminster Bai-
jMolses to be the nearest ap-
to the real   thing in   sphere
-. local diamond
��� :.. teams   are   in
The   locals
I ; with   religious
almost  sanguine
bei    .   their  chances  of
in   Clovers.
���tat   taki     place
il.is afternoon,  the
*nter b< Ing   Queen's   park.
Ik moment  sid  Malcoltnson
��� l to stand for all
e which wlll I).' coming to the
Sydney,   April   29.���The  ballot   for
position in  the labor cabinet  of the
Commonwealth has results as follows:
Prime minister and treasurer, Hon-
Mi.   Fisher;   attorney   general,   Hon.
Mr. Hughes;  minister of external affairs.   Hon.   Mr.   Bateheloi.   postmaster general.  Hon.  Mr. Hut lei.   minister of defence, Hon. Mr. Pi arcy; Minister   of  customs,   lion.   Mr.   Tudor;
home   secretary.  Hon.   Mr.   O'Malley,
and for vice president of the council,
Hon.  Mr. McGregor.    Messrs. Flndley
and   Praser   were   elected   ministers
��� without portfolios.
at   three i    owing to differences among his tol-
scene  of  lowers   Premier   Fisher   recently   declared that his cabinet would have to
be  chosen  by ballot.
A New Subdivision
We have just been given the exclusive right of selling a choice
BUb-dlvison lying just across the Great Northern track on the North
Uoad, being part of the Howell farm. The lots are 60x129 and have
been under cultivation for some years. Some of the lots have fruit-
hearing trees and strawberry plants on them. This property is very
close to the new plant of the Western Canada Bag, Envelope and
Box Board Co., Ltd. We are starting them at the exceptionally
low price of $350 and $"75 for Inside lots and $450 for corner lots,
and the terms are one-third cash, balance $15 per month. We wlll
be only too pleased to show you over this property as it is necessary for you to see it to realize what good buying it ls. Come out
today as they will not last long.
P. L. SECORD & CO.
!
The South West
quarter of Section 16,
Township 10.
160 acres at $50
an acre.
Easy Terms.
WHITE, SHILES & CO. I
628 and 746 Columbia Street. :
X    Phone 85. NEW   WESTMINSTER     I
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450 Columbia St.
Sapperton.
Near Car Terminus
Phone 699
Contractors and
House Builders
v*7e nave a full   line   ox
Builders Hardware in th
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save
Also Complete   Stock  of PAINTS  and
the  Best
e City.
money.
you
OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Charity to Get $750,000.
New York. April 2'.'.���Religious and
charitable institutions will receive bequests aggregating about $760,000 under the will of Mary Rhelnelander
King, a daughter ot .lohn A. King, once
governor of New York. The appraisers report, made public here, places
a value of $815,000 on the estate.
i
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
Pulaski,  on
will   include
ST.
morals will have the follow-
|��'lie field: Bllodeau, e;  Smith.1
Pcl��lr ,1b; Howard, 2b;  Wright.
N. 3b; Canfleld. If;  Uyall cf;
W, rf,
Hawing Event in Nelson.
Jteon, April 29.���Word has heen
E'M from the Winnipeg Rowing
������t a crack four will come to
3 nn Dominion Day to row a
IT0' the local club. This event
I ' a feature of the two days'
Button in Ni
in
,J0l|erHas Blood Poisoning.
t! Swt'le. who
���to i��� .,
K.f?.'1K, f"""  l'1""<1  poisoning
festal     As a result .les;
Dr.  n.  F.  Rol
was to have met
in
ELMO  TRAIL  BLAZER
FOR BELASCO PRODUCTIONS
St. Elmo (the real St. Elmo that
ran for months In New York, the inspired version by Wlllard Holcomb)
has a double mission to perform, It
Is the most faithful and realistic book
story ever placed upon the stage, and
has been due to the literary lovers of
America for the past fifty years. Three
generations of theatregoers mingle
their laughter and tears at Its every
performance. More than that It has
biased the trail tor all the noted belasco attractions. And it is the first
Belasco play ever to be witnessed in
New Westminster.
Honor Polish Patriots.
Washington. April 29-H Present
dans are carried out, over 7,000 men
will march in the parade incident to
the dedication of statues to the Polii
heroes. Kosciusko and 1
Mav 11. The column
3 01)0 soldiers and 4.500 Polish patriots
Information of the large attendance o
the Polish-Americans was received at
the War Department today.
Spokane Votes on Booze.
Spokane. April 2-..-Spokane County
will vole on local option at
date    The anti-saloon league
a petition asking  for a '
,.i,. non tor the county,
Iluneke,  of the  superior  court,  has
1 ruled  that   the  county  auditor
[horlzed to call an election in spite of
tiie fact that the townships
ready voted on the question
Party
INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY
Sunday
"' Des Moines, has been
tor Dr. Holler.    Dr. Rol-
la due to an Injury he
.. n ids recent match with
" Mahmout
���Rituted
__' witless
feted
I
HI
m  April at
w
Kansas
PB bs
' ",,r 'lllMIless   ,0   mak      gloveB
'���lists and
our
SI),
other garments per-
]. .      "'i;1' dry cleaning pro-
fativ t, " , 8lre to be well dressed
t*H-   u'"""' Patronize our clean-
jJJJ ment.   Royal cu   c,Panev8
Will   Leave   for   North
to   Continue   Work.
Seattle,    April     ��.-PrO��.    ThomM
Uiggs.  John   P.   Toe   and   Mac   1 op< .
r of  BalUmore and  all   Princeton
university   men.   heading   a  party   of
-two hunters, mountain daimbers
will leave Seattle Bun-
the survey of the Alas-
an early
has filed
local option
and Judge
r
is au-
pite of
have al-
���GET THE   HABIT"
forty-
end surveyors'..
day to resume
ka-Canadian boundary.
will  begin   work
They
118 miles south of Dawson.
��ar Eagle,
Specials This Week
S8.p,��r urns**  ''""'��  T-J��i
na sea
The Fair
646 Columbia Street
Wc buy for cash and se
,i for the Bftme.
Honolulu   Theater   Burned.
Honolulu. April  89.-The Orpheum
theater in this city was
fire today.   The loss is
destroyed hy
about $86,000.
(Nh
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LOOK AT THESE      \
Simmers' "Toronto Parks'
Lawn Grass
Seed
What
If You Don't
Trade With
us we Both
Lose Money
Fresh Maple
Sugar
10c per cake.
Fresh Maple
Syrup
50c  per tin.
Self Rising Buckwheat
35c  per  package.
Fresh Vegetables
Daily
Try Our Proper
Blend Ceylon
Tea
3 lbs. for $1.00
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir, Cedar and Spruce Lumber,Rough, Dressed and Kiln
mension Timber and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling in
tity.
Dried,   Dl-
any quan-
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
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling
With   Passengers
Company's Wharf, New Westminster
and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday alnd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
fourth ��18 and ;v 14"room house on
Third street between Third and
C'usli
$6,275
is the Best.
is the sense of sowing
balance 6, 12 and 18 months at   ,
.in,'l,"y than this In the city.    The land
1,1 addition to the house,
atl��n tor six horses.
bett
lCc��mmod
per cent.    There  ls
is all  under cultlva-
there Is a two-storey  stable with
SURREY
teres, house and barn: 6 acres cleared.
inferior seed
We protect our customers by destroying all old seed.
Spectacles 50 cents up
. __ ^    * D S. Curtis & Co.
ts, Coulthard & Co. ir' druggists
IS, Limited. !|   headquarter, fo^kodak.
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AND SUPPLIES.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
8apperton Phone 373
Vf ORKMBN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
t VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
P
R
O
T
E
C
T
injured    about   the
accident, or the
ERSONS other than  employees accidentally
premises Invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS ot their own responsibility  for 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
THE 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.
CREDIT of 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.
Y
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ALFRED   W.
Phoiis 62.     "Tha Insurance Man"
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 expense^ to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be  relieved   from  all  such annoyances .
cLEOD
6S7 "Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, APR|L 3o
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ONLT OUR  PRODUCTS  BOH  THIS
TKADE   MARK
Your Guide
and Safeguard
A-DBU-CO,
ALWAYS  LOOK  FOR THIS
TRADC   MARK
Your Guide
Po you want the softest and most delicately perfumed Talcum Powder?   Buy NA-DRU-CO Talc
Are you looking for a pleasant flavored, economical dentifrice, that will clean and whiten your teeth
without banning them? You'll find NA-DRU-CO
Tooth Paste exactly what you want.
Would you preserve and enhance the fresh beauty
of your .kin?   Used NA-DRU-CO Toilet Cream.   It
is a true skin food, and quite harmless.
Is your hair losing its lustre? NA-DRU-CO Hair
Restorer will bring back its natural color anil vitality.
And so on through the lengthy list of Toilet and
Medicinal Preparations which you or your family
need, your surest guide to quality and satisfaction is
the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
It is easy to recognize NA-DRU-CO preparations,
for besides 'bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark,
they are smartly dressed in a pleasing shade of red.
Your Safeguard
The NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark is your safeguard,
too, U well as your guide. Behind it stands the
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada,
Limited, with the largest wholesale drug business in
Canada, and a Paid-up Capital ot over Five Million
Dollars, guaranteeing tlie absolute reliability of
everything bearing the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
When you buy NA-DRU-CO products you nre
certain of the purest materials, skilfully compounded
by expert chemists. You are sure of articles which
are the best that brains, organization and money can
produce, and that will give you satisfaction.
If by any chance any NA-DRU-CO preparation
should not entirely satisfy you return it and your
druggist will refund tha full purchase price.
Ask your druggist, who is a man of standing in
your community, alxmt the NA-DRU-CO line. He
is in jwisitwu io tell you, for we will furnish to
him, or to any druggist or physician in Canada, on
request, a full list ofthe ingredients in any NA-DRU-
CO preparation.
DELAY IN CONGRESS
ANGERS ROCHffEUER
Oil King Contemplates
Abandonment of Bill to
His Foundation.
If your druggist hasn't the particular NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock,
he can  get it for you within two days from our nearest Wholesale Branch.
A Few NA-DRU-CO Favorites:
Toilet!
Complexion Crram
Talcum Powder
Tooth Paste
Witch Hazel Cream
For Children:
Ilaby's Tablets
Sugar of Milk
Dyipepiia & Indigestion:
Dyspepsia Tablets
Ointment and Salvei:
Carbolic Salve
Stainless Iodine ointment
(j sizes)
Pile Ointment
Tonic*:
Coil Liver Oil Compound,
Tasteless, [2 sizes)
Nervozone
Cod I.iver Oil Kuiulsiun (1 sizes)
National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited
Wholesale Branches
_ /Halifax,   St. John,
���'' \ Winnipeg,
Montreal,   Ottawa,   Kingston,   Toronto,   Hamilton,   London,
Regina,     Calgary,     Nelson,    Vancouver,     Victoria.
10
New York, April 20.���It was report
ed   here   today   thai   John   D.  Itocko
feller, fcngeretl  at  the  reception  ac
ended llis plan  to establish an enor-'
inous  philanthropic]   foundation,  and
weary of the delays Imposed upon the
national   Incorporation   of  the   plan,
will abandon the hill Introduced by
Senator Galllnger.
Although no ono could be found today ai 26 Broadway who would discuss the report, it was said In partial
confirmation that Starr J. Murphy,
the nil king's attorney, has let it he
known thai Mr, Rockefeller is dis
pleased with the delay and lack of
enthusiasm which his proposition lias
received,
in case Mr. Rockefeller decides to
abandon the project for federal incorporation be may attempt to secure a
charter  from   some  state,    probably j
New York, it was said.
in this connection, it was noted that
a hill is now before tho state Legisla-
ture for the Incorporation of a chari-!
tahle foundation which ls said by Us i
hackers to have the support of an un-
named New York millionaire who
wishes to leave 11 largo share of his
fortune to he administered for charity
through this medium,
"Edmonk
Choice 66ft. Lots
I
Near Burnaby
Municipal Hall
First  Block  Off  Westminster  Road
Mi,. $350   to   $850
%:���%_���%>]*'&___*
':Hr
%OT*TACE
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V fiH
"SLIGHT FLURRY," SAYS
MINISTER   OF  TRIAL
TORONTO'S NEW Y. M. C. A.
Large Sum Subscribed at Dinner to
Inaugurate Collecting Campaign.
Toronto, April 29.���Two hundred
thousand dollars was subscribed last
night at the banquet which inaugurated the two weeks' campaign to raise
$600,000 for the new buildings for the
Y. M. C. A. The total amount subscribed is conditional upon the total
being given within the specified time.
The donors are: The Massey estate,
through C. D. Massey, $100,000, of
wbicli $75,000 goes to the university
branch of the building; E. R. Wood.
chairman of the Citizens' committee,
.50.0(10; J. C. Baton, .50.000.
The banquet was held at the King
Edward, with His Honor Lieutenant
Governor Gibson  presiding.
COLORADO'S VENERABLE
CATHOLIC   SISTER  DIES
Denver, April 29.���Sister Europia.
the oldest nun in Colorado, who crossed the plains to Denver by ox team
and established St. Mary's Academy
here, died here yesterday at Loretto
Heights Academy, aged SO years.
Sister Europla was a native of Ire-
I land and her family name was Tollan.
j She came to America as a young girl
iand entered Loretto academy at Loretto, Ky., the mother house of the order
in America.
In recent years Sister Europia has
i had charge of the dormitories at Loretto Heights academy and, until ten
days ago, when she was stricken with
I pneumonia, she had been ipiiie active,
Belasco's Unerring Judgment.
The same master intuition that discerned genius in Blanche Rates, Florence Roberts, Nance O'Nell and Francis Starr, lias guided Frederic Belasco
once more in the selection of his leading lady for St. Elmo. In Gerda Nelson he has secured an actress so
spirituelle that she seems to be the
Edna Earl of the story stepped on to
the stage from the pages of the book.
No prettier picture than .toy fmp-tle
beauty cameod against file strong
manhood of Charles Gunn, who r,
the role of "St. Elmo," has been witnessed west of the Great Divide for
some years.
St. Elmo appears in the Opera house
tonight.
Xew York, April 20.���"A slight flurry up In our little provincial town,"
is the way Rev. Algernon L. Crapsey
of Rochester, N.Y., whose trial for
heresy some years ago stirred tho I
whole country, chose to describe that !
trial, in an address on liberal tendencies ln religious thought, delivered before the Unitarian club here last night.
"Formerly," he continued, "it would
only have concerned that little community, but owing to a thinking world
it spread broadcast. It Is thought that
rules the world at last, not the emotions. Tlie present tendency Is toward
more liberal thought. Our theological
systems will have to be recast. All
the present religious bodies will in
time disintegrate. Thought will rise
above form. Differences will in time
disappear as the units become centered. Thinking will lead us out of
the dark.
"One good thing the churches are
row doing is to deal directly with
social evils. In olden times we should
have prayed to God to relieve them.
It is in doing things ourselves that
we   grow."
Commencing? May* 2nd
NEW   WESTMINSTER   TO   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Via
STEVESTON and VANCOUVER
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at .'i  I'.  M.  dally except  Saturday, a.
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R, ticket office and on board steamer. Ele
trie cars leave Steveston every hour ion the half-hour) for Van��|
ver.
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc. ..
Round trip tickets to Steve, ton,  Saturday afternoons. Jl.
do you know Hen
Some  people  do  not.
That   we   are
The   Sherwin   Williams     ^*     ~i
Co's Agents
So if you want  to know     j       (j*
about, their products call    L /'
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Strel
r
.GS&mSESD-
!
I
Business Men
I offer for sale in the West End, a few excellent, large size trackage lots which I
consider extremely good value.
These lots front on the Eburne line and back, practically, on the new Cut-off, on 5th
Avenue between 15th and 16th streets. All are level, cleared, and now in garden. After
due consideration of surrounding values and in view of the great industrial future of the
vicinity I consider these lots very careful buying at $3,000. Ter ns,\$500 cash ; the remainder in $500 payments every six months.
W. J. Kerr
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APRIL 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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|e Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
SAN FRADO RAISES
PAGE SEVEN.
TO ERECT COSTLY
MILIIOK FOB FAIR1 CHURCH TO WHITE CHRIST
Business Men Become Enthusiast
Total Subscribed Goes Up to
$4,08'J.Q00.
ic as   New   York   Congregation   of   Millionaires to Expend $1,000,000 in Luxurious and Aristocratic Structure.
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Columbia St.. City.
K spring plants or  cut   flowers,
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Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.. Foot of Sixth.
San    ]': ini Isco 29 ���Amid
scenes of wildei I ont] iai ni on the
floor of the Merchants' Exchang i more
than  four mlllh q  doll sub
scribed today by tbe citizens of Ban
Francisco to the sl ich of the Panama-
Pacific International exposition, which
is planned to be held here al the opening of the Panama canal In 1915,
As the figures rolled up, tiie great
crowd on the (loot of the exchange
cheered Itself hoar e and business
men threw theli arms aboul each other
and danced in glee. The total amount
subscribed wa It is ex
pected that by nexl Monday $5,000.
000 will have been subscribed.
Japanese residents contributed $.r>o,-
000 toward the stock. The Japanese
form less than I pei cent of the population of the < Ity The i him ie residents duplicated the Japanese'figures.
The Italian residents subscribed .30,-
000,
New York, April 29.���Actual work
on construction of the new church edi-
ftci tor St. Thomas Protestant Episcopal church at Fifth evenue and
Flftj third street will be begun next
month. The struct me will cost more
than $1,000,000 and two-thirds of this
amount Is already in the hands of the
trustees. The building will he the
most luxuriously appointed of any of
N'ew  V oik's smaller churches.
The St. Thomas is counted the most
aristocratic of the Fifth avenue
churches. It. includes in its member-
S'hipflve railroad presidents, a dozen
bank presidents and several multimillionaires, six subscriptions of $60,000
each started the building fund.
FRANCE SETTLES GRAVE
ISSUE OF STATE DRESS
COTTON   SEED   MADE  TO
YIELD   EATING  FLOUR
ft'o.?hington, April 29.���-"If at any
time thfl whe;,t crop should fall short,
it can be made up by the use or cottonseed flour," said Representative
Beall, of Texas, in conversation with
a party or friends. "Whal ahout cottonseed flour? Why our people In
Texas now convert cottonseed into a
fine flour, that produces tlie most nu-
trlclous bread to be had. Not only
bread, but cake as well, can he made
of this new flour. There is but slight
difference in the taste, while the color
of bread baked is something on tbe
order of rye and graham. It Is whole-
Bome and sweet. I received some
from Ennls, Texas, the other day and
distributed lt among my friends on
the floor of the House and they pronounced it good. I did not tell them
what lt was until after they had eaten
it, and they they had a good laugh.
"In my judgment, tlie time is here
when cottonseed flour will prove a
rival to wheat flour. The difference
In price will give it a boost, and will
aid in reducing the cost of living. To
give you an Idea of what cottonseed
is worth to Texas, last year it brought
the state an income of $30,000,000. It
hasn't been so many years ago that
farmers threw cottonseed away or fed
it to the cattle, but now they realize
that it is increasing in value all the
time. The process of converting it
into flour Is something new. The indications are that in a year or two
cottonseed flour will be a staple as
much so as wheat."
Paris, April 29.��� A very serious
Question has heen troubling M. Molard,
the director ol the Protocol and grand
master of ceremonies at the Elysee.
The president of the republic is going
Bhortly to pay an official visit to
Switzerland. On his return he will
visit the Savole country, and on this
occasion M. Fallieres has expressed a
desire to go to Chamonlx and make an
excursion of Mont Blanc.
The question was raised, what costume would M. Fallieres be able to
wear for that excursion. Being on an
official visit, and acceding to the
Protocol he ought to w'ear evening
dress, even ln the morning, but all
agreed that evening dress for a trip
in the mountains would be somewhat
uncomfortable, if not ridiculous, and
so M. Fallieres has decided to have
a special costume made for the occasion. The tailor of the Elysee had
patterns sent from London of certain
famous clothes worn by King Edward
at Marienbad, and M. Fallieres selected one of them. In order to give a
, more official appearance to his dress,
I the president intends wearing a white
waistcoat with his "English suit."
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Stop! Look! Listen!
Double Corner on Columbia St
132 x 132)
Within  two  minutes of  Post  Ofiice.      $S,000 cash handles this.    Will
surely double In value in tlie text year.
Fine Warehouse Site on Royal Ave
150 feet frontage; 150 feet trackage; un A-l investment.   $t;,300. Easy
terms.
Splendid View Lot on Agnes St
One  of  the   best   in  the  city.   $2,500.    Good terms.
Don't  forget to tell your friends,   we   have   the   best   range   of
Sapperton lots In the city. We can fit a lot to any pocket. See us.
LIST WITH  US, WE CAN   HANDLE   IT.
The Craig Realty Co.
Room   8,   Thomson   Block.
Phone  629
We represent Lloyds, also the Property Ins. Co., Ltd., and tbe
Ocean  Accident and  Guarantee Corp.,  Ltd.
������YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
lo our office every time you
nerd 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 is in good order, and
their numbers are 13 and 16.
t'oal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
Moorish Pirates Operate.
Paris, April 2'.).���Piracy still flourishes along the North African sea-
coast, and lately has become much
too prevalent. The crews of the lobster boats fishing in Algerian waters
have accordingly been armed to enable them to resist the Moorish buccaneers. Each boat now carries eight
rifles and the necessary ammunition,
supplied by the naval authorities at
Brest on instructions from Henry
Cheron, under-secretary of the navy.
DO YOU WANT TO MM $9000
Out of $2000, or say $2000 out of $500
in 3 or 4 months ?   If so, see
Patterson Co'y
657 Columbia St. Phone  698
Evenings   at   Edmonds���Phone  F  208
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MATES   SUPPLIED
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NORTHERN CROWN BANK
HEAD OFFICE   WINNIPEG
A   General   Banking   Business   Transacted
BRANCHES IN WESTERN CANANA
ALBERTA MANITOBA
SASKATCHEWAN
Lockwood
Calgary
Edmonton
Granum
High River
Irricana
Madeod
Red   Deer
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Eburne
Beausejour
Binscarth
Brandon
Crandall
Glenboro
Melita
Miniota
Pierson
Pipestone
Rathwell
New Westminster St. Boniface
Quesnel Somerset
Steveston Sperling
Vancouver   (4)      Stonewall
Victoria Winnipeg (4)
Savings   Bank
ROBT. CAMPBELL,
J.  P. ROBERTS,
Alameda Macoun
Allan Manor
Balcarres Maymont
Bladworth Moose Jaw
Dundurn Nokomis
Earl Grey Prince Albert
Fleming Qu'Appelle
Foam Lake Quill Lake
Glen Ewen Regina
Govan Saltcoats
Hanley Saskatoon
Harris Sedley
Kinley Sheho             |
Langham Viscount
Lloydminster Wolseley
Department   at   All Branches
General Manager.
Supt. of B. C. Branches.
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]. E HAWKSHAW, M.n.��.r New We..n..n...r Branch
River Drive
Fine View Lot between
Eburne carline and cut off
to Vancouver. $750, one-
third cash, bai. 6,12, and 18
months.
H. H. LENINIE
?   Phone 596     650 Columbia Street    P. 0. Box 326
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IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
8-Corner Eleventh  and Carline. M
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Beef, Mutton, Veal
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
What The  People   Say!
You can't do better than buy
your Furniture from Denny &
Galloway   They'll treat you right
r�� Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
pHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
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4345 Sixth Street
New Westminster, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, APR,L
JO,
SCREEN DOORS
and WINDOWS
All   Sizes  and   Prices
Call and See Our Stock
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Men   Only
Dr. Ernest Hall, of Victoria,
Will Lecture on
" The Social Evil
and Alcohol/'
with Stereoptican Views
In ST. GEORGE'S HALL,
Tuesday, May 3rd,
At 8 p.m.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
More than one are investigating the
merits of this school and they find it.
truly a business school. No need to
look further, as we have the best facilities for giving !ou,V students a/
thorough  business  training.
REMEMBER, WE ARE OPEN FOR
DAY SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal.
1910.
l City News \
��* AA." m.*.,.m.m,.mm.,mm.. *
Airs. W. J. Mathers, of Columbia
street, is spending a few days at Chilliwack.
Jessie Maclachlan, concert will begin
next week. Tickets at Barclay &
Adams. *���
The funeral of Rowland Hogan
Mayers, the infant son of Captain and
Mrs. F. Mayers took place yesterday.
We have $10,000 to loan on improved city property in amounts to
suit a few good propositions. W. J.
Kerr, Ltd. **
K. C. Rrown, who left here a week
ago to practice law ln Princeton. B.C.,
has been appointed a notary public.
Westminster's best boost ��� The
Westminster Courier. On sale at
bookstores today. **
The provincial minister of agriculture has authorized the formation of
a farmers' institute at Aldergrove.
Automobile for sale cheap. Five-
passenger thirty-horsepower Kussel ,
|500.    W. J. Kerr. **
There's quality in "Solo Special"
cigar. **
Judge Murphy will hold supreme
court chambers here today.
Gentlemen:���Have you seen Sinclair's selection of $5.00 tan and black
Oxfords? For value and style they
defy competition. **
The B. C. E. R. has announced that
lt will start a freight service on Its
Chilliwack branch as far as Langley
next week. In the meantime the service wlll be handled by construction
trains.
Jessie Maclachlan, the world renowned Scottisli singer, assisted by
Barnaby Nelson, tenor; Craighall
Sherry, entertainer, and H. Buchanan,
at the opera house May 2b. **
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.
There will bo a meeting of the
Presbytery of Westminster at Chilliwack on Tuesday, when the induction
of Rev. R. Q. McKay to East Chilliwack will take place. Rev. Dr, T.
Wardlaw Taylor, of this city, moderator, will officiate.
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R .08. **
There will he a full house tonight
at tbe performance of "St. Elmo." Last
r.ight Manager Tidy, of the Opera
��� house, announced that nearly all the
[tickets had been sold, only a few being left in the remote parts of.the
house. All those who reserved seats
must secure the tickets before six
p. m.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
Rev. C. W. Brown, of Queen's avenue .Methodist church, has not yet
acceded to the request of the Women's auxiliary of his church to call
upon ladies to remove their hats during divine service. From all indications the pastor may not ha\e to
voice this appeal to the ladies, as
since the announcement appeared ln
The Daily News many of the fair worshippers have taken the initiative and
carefully removed their creations before the commencement of the service.
The Edison Phonograph records for
May will be on sale today at J. H.
Todd's music house. **
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
������
Baseball.     Lacrosse,
Shoes at Sinclair's.
and
Tennis
**
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 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
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. *HUTF   Manager.
FMUICCICf
Will iai.t9rfej.il.
There is no more attractive trip
than on tho St. Lawrence up to Historical Quebec. Next Empress sails
May (! and HOth. For reservations ano
tickets apply to
ED. GOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
The death occurred yesterday of
Miss Annie M. Harris. Miss Harris
was sixty years old and a native of
Lynn, Mass. She had been living
here for some years. The funeral
will take place on Monday afternoon.
Take 'advantage of the beautiful
weather and make the round trip to
Steveston on board the steamer
Transfer, leaving the Brackman-Ker
wharf at two o'clock this afternoon **
Ladies:���Are yon aware Sinclair
can show you the largest assortment
nf pumps and Oxfords to be seen In
the city? **
The minister of public works has
announcer! that, a prize of $lmiii will
be given for the best design for the
laying out of the grounds at the
Asylum farm, Coquitlam. May IT, is
the last ;late for receiving tlie plans
at Victoria.
Try  "Solo  Special'  cigar.
filled.
Havana
**
A large and attentive audience listened to Pan] Johnson's lecture on
the Bible in tlie Eagles' hall last night.
The Presbyterian synod of British
Columbia meets on Wednesday In
Vancouver.
25c-Merchants' Lunch- 25c
From 11:30 to 2:30
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1910.
SOUP
Hodge Podge
Consomme
FISH
Fried Oolicbans,  Tartar  Sauce
BOILED'
Beef with Spanish
ENTREES
Irish  Stew,  Dublin  Style
German  Pot  Roast, Potato Cake
Boston Baked Beans, Steamed Brown
Bread
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef with Horseradish
Leg  of Veal   with  Dressing
VEGETABLES
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes
Slewed Turnips  in  Cream
DESSERT
Deep Apple. Rhurbarb and Peach Pie
Queen Pudding, Vanilla Sauce
Tea
Coffee Milk
Dinner from 5 to 8
If   you   want   something   dainty   and
appetizing   or   are   in   a   hurry   phone
702 and your order will be ready when
,     ., ,      , ,.      .n.cr, 'you   arrive   at   The   Bohemian   Cafe.
Anything In our line 10 to 20 per '
J.   P.  CASH,   Proprietor.
cent,  saved  for you.    Fales.
Langley bargain���lf>0 acies cut
right in two by the B. C. Electric;
the soil all beautiful chocolate loam.
$12.") per acrew. W. J. Kerr, 614 Columbia street. **
The April number of the Westminster Courier is out. Fine pictures,
accurate information. Mail copies to
your friends. **
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Ladiva from $12./;
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open ease
17.50 up.
Agfcnt for Waltham and lilgln
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
B" �� _ 5-ff ��?. vf\ P*
U  *     vairilttiki
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
For a Few Days Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
RffiUlR'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore,
COLUM3. A STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
aterfrontage
F. J. HART
LIMITED.
ppecia
and Saturday
Boys ana Girls
Dresses, Suits, etc.]
$1.35 eack. Regular Values to $.175
White and Colored Aprons,  Dresses and  Buster  Suits of Gingham   Prints,   Galateas,  Dinks. Drills,!
Percales,   Muslins,   etc.,   in   new   and   attractive   style.     The   Friday   and   Saturday  offering affords a|
splendid opportunity to save. Examine the various lines and you will realize what this Bale of    .     j
onable Wash Dresses, etc., means  to you.    Sizes suitable  fur children  and  girls 6 lo  11 yei :    of agi
On  sale   Friday   and   Saturday.   Bach $1.35,
>VhiteEmbroidered
w
aists
85c  Eack
 _____m
0 ���' '���"   :7
A purchase of a  special   lot enables   us   to   offer  a   new   regular ''
$1.00 Waist at this low price. They   are   made   from   fine   lawn   with S^-\\    . '/
embroidered front, long sleeves,    soft collar; sizes 34 n>  lo . ^5r /**-'��� .
On  sale at this same price  are  also  several  odd  lines  from   our regular stock.   These go with the
new lot Friday and Saturday.    Regular  values  $1.00 and  $1.25.  On sale, each, 86&
Latest American Sailors
New Arrivals From New York]
Fashion's   favorite   styles In  ready  to  wear Sailors  with roll or saucer brims;   trimmed with
wide
velvet   bands   in   Scarlet,   Green.  Navy,  Hrown, Black and Copenhagen.    Hats are made of fine Btrawj
in Tuscan and combinations of  Black and Tuscan.    My all  means the most  attractive ready to W'11
hats shown  tills  season.    On dis; lay in the .Millinery Section.
Child
ren s i^ara
soh
D:ilnty parasols in styles that are sure to gladden the heart ef any little girl who Is fortunate en<
to own one all herself.    They  aro  <i"-"  in   plain  colors,  frii'e 1  or    plain   tUPB  and   fancy  colored  tops
All  at  prices  within  easy ieacli of all,    Rach 25a to $1.25,
Imported Lace Coat Collars
Shoulder   Collars,   Coat  Collars, Stock Collars and Collar and Cuff   Sets   ln   heavy   Guipure   Laci
cream or white.    Entirely new designs.    Each, 25c to $3.00.
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aPRIL 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
*
^>^try act-
K*<,   ishii- or District of
* nf tli*' 1"UI    ,* ,,.,. Hiiuple, un-
Wf���       'rporation  of  the
Ji-riK �����    ' '       ���f surrey to the
friP��rI' MeTownshlB or Dis-
lV"r;:   '  : a, ing  dates  of  the
��B"rOctober, A.D.. H'05 and
PiSJSmber, A.D   1901. ��
(I)!01      r  that  certain   parcel
U'si".",;   md premises situate
il^1:11',,,  District of New
V.ffntte: Province ot Brit-
^s!   more particularly known
Pf' I.Ot   1   1"   BUbdlvl-,
RS* i ��f secllon 3U- bloc-k
Lb2?2 west; lots 8 to 17,
IfffubdlviBlon 28 ot Bectlon
If north range 2 west, lots I
r.1... v block 14 of south-
K ���':.��� i'..n  4,  township  9,
K    ��< subdivision as of
���� block  5,  north   range 2,
*��� n and 23, In subdivision!
10:8 1 i��  block 5, north range
feiof lot'387Ai group 2; lots
fiuslveblock  M  of south-
Kr section   l.  township  9   |
Bs*  loi  887A, group 2;1
r Ik " of lol 887A, gn.up 2;
���'fblock 3 ol southeast quart-;
4 township 9; lots lg 19,
.goutheasi quarter uetion
'. ,,    lot  22,   hlock   lb   of
fjirter section 4. township
fi.. (ot  23   Meek   16  of  SOUth-
iter section i township 9.
,i,nin . through or
and "ii persons claiming
��,. in the Bald land  by v,i-
I av unregistered  Instrument,
,.��� claiming any interest
iand by descent,  whose
���*��� ! under the pro-
of the "La^ Registry ^Act.
. , ,,,,���,. ���  the claim of
', nurchaser  within   forty-five
' . ,. ^y ,,i the first pub-
... upon you. and
btiit ol '"' certificate
|.r.der,> brini  Hied within such
* or in default   of  redam&tion
,...���������       , and each of
...   opped and de-
Strom   ��� ' '"'>' rlaim '"
,'.... Id land, and I
'- ,k .... the i i rporation of tbe
...    ,.    .     ol   Surrey  as
....   a fee.   And 1  herebj
... .    this notice
l datlj   news'.    ���
ilni ter  will
������   ervlce Ihere d
,: Ri ���. Istry Offl' e,
���   ngter, P     nee oi B I
���_  . of March, A,
C B KEITH,
rlct Registrar.
��� i .\   Mi Cal
tagus Uclm     .  G  Stark, Wll-
��� er,    Henry
|! rd, Allen S|
Margar
;    ,    I. ..
lugh . John K
It
_-fl ^TER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
pet -'  New  Wrs'.'rinster.
Plti River l. im-
* ' bod\    cor-
ivin i   ���    nice al thi
��� New int, mis to
��� ��� the fo.
-������ ���
��� planted on
i'.ii rlvi r at
thi uorthi rly
;:' ��� ' ill Pai Iflc R llway
thence fo
e ol I'itt riv-
rtheasterly din ction seven
I (7 -""i feet,
I e a posi plant-
in locate the most
*�� corner of the ritt River
. Company, Limited, booming
rnJ> ' ai gh b to said
IMistance ul about three hun-
I��� 8ft' feel to the said
I ��� ' '��� "        Ing site, said
* red (200) feet
f�� water mark of said shore;
, ' ��� ��� ��� rly Hn 1 two hun-
I��w�� feet from said low water
i,���_'���'[<-���   nd el thl   hundred
������  l   more or less,
K'��"""u'  ner  of  said
" S1,";   thenci    northwesterly
���,, ,   ''' '   ncement;  and con-
* ���''! I, more or less.
Ifj.11' R1VK11   LUMBER  COM-
���Gray, Agenl
" !'.' ,l:'   City   of   New   West-
'"��� V' ,hls 28th day of Feb-
-���
There's great satisfaction in buying your
straw hat here. Why?
Because we have the
hat you want, at the
price you want to pay.
Also that you will be
sure of the style and
sure of the quality.
We've shapes adapted
to all ages of men, brims
of various widths and
crowns of various
heights.
Split Straws, Milan
Braids, Sennets, etc.
Some Snappy Fancy
Band Numbers for swell
young fellow s'who want
the thing. Hats from 75c
to $3.50.
Just come right along
with any straw hat preference you may have,
Sir, and see how well
we can meet your ideas.
CHURCH I
SERVICES I
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this otfioe by
9 P.m. on Fridays. The oniiss.ou ot!
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy lias been turii��d
>n by the pastor or other responatblu
;arty.)
m.;  Sunday
Evensong and
Sunday, May 1.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'oa
sum, rector. Celebration of Holy Com
munlon at X a.m.; .Matins, sermon and
i Holy Communion at 11 a
school at 2:30 p.m
I   __ at   7  p.m.    I	
BT. PAUL'8 rtltrCRMBD IFIMS-
��� FAL���Rtv. A. deli. Owwu, iMltr, V��r-
! Vies at 11 a.m. US 7 i. iu.    H*U (.*>**���
| i-.��.��u lirst Xt.uia,  iu Uie maa.k after ������raise servlse.   Pray��r ��� ������t'.��t
Ion Thursday at 7:30 p.m.   Morning:
"The Plrsl King of Israel"; evening:
; "A i enslon  Thoughts."    A  quartette,
"Crossing the  Bar"   (Barnaby),  will
be   given    by   Miss   E.   Harris.   Mrs.
! Haiiiiu. J. F. Baker and.l. A. Ilaiiim.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. s. He��ii��!��������:. paster. *���<
vices 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath
��Sbool    aud    bible    class  2:3V    ��.���*.
RT. STEPHEN'S PRBSBYTEKIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Pk.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p, in. Morning: "The Bible and
Christian Missions"; evening; "Tlie
World of God."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev, C, \V. Brown, B.D., pastor. Quar-
terly love feast. Services at 11 a. in.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30
p. m. Morning: Reception of mem-
I bers and Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper; evening; Rev. G. II. Morden,
a former pastor, will preach.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:110 i>.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Rev. R. Lennle
preaches In the morning and Rev. It.
\V. Demmings will occupy the pulpit
In the evening.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���R��'V. E. ("������ Thompson, M, A-.
minister. Public worship: Morning.
Holy Communion, 11 a. in.: evening,
7:30 p.m. Bible class aud Sabbath
school, 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E��� Tuesday. 8 p. m.;  prayer meeting.
ST. MARY'S, SAPPERTON���Holy
communion. 8:30 a. m.; evensons and
Salt F
or
California Half and Three-
Quarter  Ground
Mexican Salt
Liverpool Coarse Salt
Japanese  Salmon Nets  and
Twine.   All Kinds for
the Season.
C. Shmobu
Northern Crown Bank Buildir.gj
City
Plione 337
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
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 Boy 13/
���SHIS
The House of Satisfaction
CiOl Columbia St   New Westminster
sermon,
Li onard
7  p. m..
Preacher, Re*. C.
WEST   END
anivs    Calvert,
vices at  U a.m.
METHODIST���Rev
D.D.,     pa.-tor.���Ser
,.^-��� ��� r. and  7  p.m.     Class
eetlng at 10 a.m. Sunday school al
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Mondaj
at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at S p. m.
I SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
P. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m; Sunday scliool at
2:110 p.m. Epworth league on Monday
at 8 p. m.
SALVATION ARMY���Services wil,
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Sunday-school; 11 a. m.. service; 3 p. ta.,
enrollment of recruits; 7:30 P. m,,
service.
FREE' METHODIST CHAPELr-
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Love feast, 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; cSumtaj
school, 2:30 p.m.; Service ai 7 p.m.,
Midweek prayer meeting, Thursday,
7:4a p.m. Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p. m. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
1 astor.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERi.1'
CHURCH���Bcsijamin Sand, pfertor.
Sunday service at 11 a. m. at Annie-
ville church.
COLLLNGWOOD      METHODIST -
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:3C p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m.  Epworth League
8    Dm,    Dundonald    school
.-*'
r
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL...6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb>-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
'mmm
���'.' 1 S-l
I   McQcarrie&Co,
:i$j        FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
4W "***'^^<'t^!^^t^!^**rV
���ZmiltaLjdalmhilaMaW���^^ L��liBiM5����S��iiOESS
FOR  FIRST  CLASS
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service       JOB   PRINTING
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900  tons.
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739 FRONT ST., WINDSOR BLOCK.
"������oDiletress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
stlmates Given. Phone 567,
J. KEWSOHE t SONS
Tuesday
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.     The |
largest   and    most   modern.     Ac- I
commodation  equal  to any cross-   PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS AND'
ing the Atlantic. DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER        - B.C.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
VI OF
NEW WESTMINSTER.
for the lay-'
cement Bidewalks
Wi ,.      ^Quired
BPsrading 0|
\ilX"m"' Uamt.ton Street,,
ito* olnburBh Street. Dub-
Wb.v,'; 8eveuth Avenue and
feC "':''" between Tenth and
>��h and
A large assortment m
plain, crash ancl print,
prices from 65c to $l.io.
Boys' Wash Blouse Suits
with extra pants and cap,
price from $1.25 to $2.50.
i
il o Tenth Street be.
T(J��Hi Avenues, Plans
*llrom"o ;u"1  BPeclflcatlons  ob-
8ei'ii
���llowest or
' ac
ial upon the pass-
''ft<,id improvement Bylaw.
  ^iiRlneer    ^^^
*'aero, t"'. ""y tentJer not nec-
ftov, '',"1' nnd any lender ac-
Mthr -     mUtIon
!ke|t Hi,',',',, De, ;" '���""ipanied   hy   a
���mount r '' flva -^ cent, of
hi*. lor ��',' l""1''' and maiked
Ks2tewallM" an�� delivered
ioauJ?5Sd no' later than o
jjij>^jl 25, 1910.
Y<* NEW WESTMINSTER.
house; Service at 2 p.m. and   Sunday
school at 3 p.m.   Kev W. Ewart Jones,
t pastor,)
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Kev.
Frederick Carpenter, Services as
follows: East Uurnaby. Bundav
school at 2 o'clock; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young peoples service a.
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer serv ce at
b p.in. West Burnaby, Sunday ttchool
al 2:30 and prearhin.   at 7:30.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER MKTHO-
piST MISSION'���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at Id a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
CHURCH    OF    CHRIST���305 Dur-
, ham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services,   11   a.m.    and   7 p.m.
1 Week day service, every day at 8 p.m
SAPPERTON  BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital   street:     Sunday   school   at
2:30 p. ui.; service at 7 p. ni.   Andrew
Grieve, pastor.
GOSPEL HALL, corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evmieelist
J. J. Rouse wil. preach at 7 p
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
In the City.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
THE  STEAMER
iTRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker   Wharf    for   Ladner,.
Westham   Island and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
Evangelist
m.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
'"ns VV'H be received by the'
S��:!;/;:,, ;>��� �������� ��> ��� �����.
W. a    ',. f ( ">' Treasurer.
'mm ll 26. lQio.
h
Columbia Street
The Wardrobe Clothier
New Westminsler, B. C.
AVS TO ADVERTISE
D A I  l
I
N  E  W  8
ANGLICANS TOJUILD^   ^^
Fernie, April 29.-The congregation
Lf Chrs   church  (Anglican) are con-
L erecting a  handsome edl-
,!.cl!1    Si       near future. The hase-
Qce in tue v ,
^7"?   �� Borne  months.
UBed foi   se      es increased
itrabTS88SSi* accommoda-
"C cftQyUlCOUdncll has made a grant
. ]L> towards  the maintenance of
the \\iih state of-'efficiency and
rC:U>,r      he  list   few  years  afforded
S,!��.ic  t�� the music    loving
public.
NOTICE.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE  R527
Take notice that as my wife has
voluntarily left my bed and board,
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted hy her.
CHARLES PARKER.
Dated this 20th day of April, 1910.
Sapperton, D. C.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSt MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), (12 Powell street,
Vancouver. Plione 1)575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write lf unable to visit us.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
umce 'Phone Us.     Barn 'P&oue lift
Columbia Street
P.aggage   delivered    prompt).    t��r
any part of the- city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY        NEW r      PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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X      M��� PUBLIC NOTICE.
Unclaimed land warrants issued to members of the Red River Expeditions of 1S70, 1871, 1S72 and 1873, and to
members of the  North-West Mounted Police.
NOTICE is hereby given that warrants, entitling in each case the giantee or his assignee to a free grant,
without actus1 residence or settlement duties, of a quarter section of Dominion lands, containing 1H0 acres, of
���Ite class open to homestead entry inl ie Province of Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, which were issued some
years ago by the Department of the Interior for services rendered in connection with the Ked River Expeditions
>af 1870, 1871, 1872 and 1873, or for service in the North-West Mounted Police to the persons hereinafter named,
.have not yet been delivered owing to the fact that they have not been applied for by the grantees and that
their addresses are not known to the Department. The warrants in question will be delivered to the grantees
thereof, or in case of their death, to their personal representatives, upon satisfactory evidence being sent to the
^Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, that the applicants are entitled thereto.
The undelivered warrants refer led to are the following:
39.
Battalion.
00-19
DOtill
0067
0103
OlOli
0107
0111
011(1
0124
0142
0144
0151
1070
0182
01S5
���0188
0189
0227
0229
0231
��236
-024!)
0252
0263
0274
0280
0284
0285
0299
O310
0312
��320
0328
0331
0337
0361
03H2
03(19
O370
0376
0380
0409
0412
0424
0425
0427
0428
0433
0436
��460
0451
04S4
0497
O504
0517
(1520
0531
0532
0536
0549
0558
0559
0577
0587
0589
0593
0597
0625
0641
0657
0674
0678
0679
06 80
O704
O705
O709
0711
0717
0722
0738
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��757
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O760
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0762
0766
0768
0784
0812
0818
0822
���0823
��830
0834
0838
0839
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��� 0853
0854
0866
���0870
0781
��� 0877
'��880
0883
��909
��917
O018
0924
'0929
0951
0983
1026
1044
1057
1076
1112
1121
1245
1307
1354
1363
1370
1372
1381
1383
1392
1398
1402
1404
1405
1412
1413
.1481
jJames Austin   Private  .First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
IJames Atkinson   Private  J Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
'Frederick   Amandres    Private  JFirst  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
George Henry Brown Lee ...Private  j First or Ontario Battalion of Rilles.
[John  Bisson    Private  j Second or Quebec Battalion of Hides.
[John Brown   |Pl ivate  J Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
... .'Private
....'Private
 Private
....Private
....'Private
j.Jolin Belalr 	
James Ban-  	
|Jolin Butterworth   ...
|Philippe Bergeron ...
Emile Bluis  	
John Walker Babcock
Francois  Bonneille  ..     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Charles Brunet  Private 	
Lionel  Bane   Private  	
Xavier Barril    Private 	
Louis Adolphe Casault   Lieutenant-Colonel
John Cotter  Private
Joseph Cay en ...
Palery  Cousineau
Jean Caron   	
Albert Chandler .
Albert Carney ..
John Davidson
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
J Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
I Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
.'Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 J Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
Private  ....... III... J First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
... Private  .] First or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rifles.
Private   ' Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Privato   Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritloa.
, Private  '.'.'HiSecond or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
, Private  Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
.Private  III........ Flist  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Ritles.
uujluui as^,.w���..   Private .............. Flrst  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
Samuel   Davis    Corporal    ll... Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
James Dunn  Corporal    ,,''' First or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
Napoleon Desroses   Corporal     [[['Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Thomas  Donovan    Corporal     HI Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Corporal     [[Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Private         [ [ [i First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rifles.
 Private    III.  1. Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Private    ...III. I. Fir8t or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rifles.
.... Private  ll Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
 Private  Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Private    !!!!!!" Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Private     ...III. Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
[... Private  I.. Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Private     'I'll. [[[Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Richard Gibson Private     '.'.'.'.'.'. j Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
.Private  [[[  [ [ j Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
[ Private     '.'III. 'Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
[ Private     III........ ;Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
[ Private         Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
[Private .. ...III. ...III. "Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Private  ..'.'.'.'. Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
[Private  .....III [Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
. Private   [ [ [ [ [ .Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Michael Donnelly .
G. Eastman  	
William Ellis   ....
Charles Forman ..
Jacques Flaminand
Edward  Finnerty
Henry Fieldhouse
Eugene Gill  	
T. D. Gilmour  ...
Robert Gilroy
Alexis Gamache  	
Wm. Gilvey  	
Lovelace F. Hewgill ...
George Harflett  	
iJohn  Harrison   	
Charles Viney Helliwell
John Hogan 	
Joseph Houle
Wellington Hamley   ��r!vate
Private 	
Private 	
Private 	
Private 	
[ Private 	
[ Private 	
, Private 	
, Private 	
_ Private 	
[ Private 	
_ Private 	
. Quarter Master Sergt.
. Quarter Master Sergt.
. Private 	
Joseph  Hiroux   	
Andrews Henry  	
David Huston  	
Joseph Kelly  	
William H. Lowe 	
[Louis Lalonde 	
Joachim Lafranehise   ...
Thomas Lee   	
Thomas Labbe (No. 201)
Napoleon Larose  	
Frederick Longmuir  ....
William Massey 	
Pierre Moisan 	
Samuel   Maddaford   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
J.  K.  Moore    Private    	
Isidore Midland   Private    	
William Murray   Private    	
Alfred   Morgan    Private    	
Napoleon   Melaneon    Private    	
Angus McDiarmid   Private    	
Thomas McNicol    Private    	
Frederick  Mclver    Private    	
C.   Nllson    Color Sergeant
Timothy  O'Bryan    Private    	
Hugh  O'Loghlan    Private    	
Michael  Ouellette   Private    	
Ludgey Patenaude Private    	
Alexander Perault  Private    	
David  Plche    Private
Reuben Paul  	
i First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rilles.
| Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
'Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
" Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
1 Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
'j First  or  Ontario  Battalion   of  Rifles.
' First  or  Ontario  Battalion   of  Ritles.
'Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
' Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
'Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
'.Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
"i Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
"| First  or  Ontario   Battalion   of   Rifles.
"Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles,
'���jSecond or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
", First or Ontario Battalion of Ritles.
������[Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
������Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
������First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of  Rifles.
���[Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
������Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
������Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
������[Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
������First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
������Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
������[Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
������Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
���Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
���Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Private         [Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Henry Potter   Private
Alphonse Quintal  Private
Tom Hodgson  Rule   Private
Daniel   Rutherford    Private
William George Rogers Private
William Ray   Private
Alexander Rogers  Private
George   Robinson    Private
Charles Rondeau  Private
Arthur Roy    Private
Louis Ross  Private
David Ray    Private
Robert Scott  Private
John Seddon   Private
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second 0r Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or  Ontario  Battalion  of Rifles.
First  or  Ontario  Battalion  of Rifles.
First or Ontario  Battalion  of Rifles.
First or Ontario  Battalion  of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Ritles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
 Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Alfonse^St.  Onge _ ��"!?;?    ! Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rilles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles
Pierre St. Annand   Private
William  Snider    Private
Moise St.  Pierre   (Private
��� Smith. No. 398
Albert Sevelgny .
Charles I. Stuart     	
W.  Sinclair   'Corporal
Dldier Tremblay    Private .
Baron Tay lor    Private
William   P.   Thorn    Private
James Trevor	
George Taylor '	
J. McTerrerldge   Private
Thomas  Vanmalder    Private
Francis Valllancourt Private
Ignace  Valliere    Private
George Henry Welland   I	
John J. Witty  Private
Wellington F. Walker  Private
John  Wyatt    Private
James Ward   	
I vVllliam   Chlsholm   	
Samuel Logan    '	
James Bond    Private
Chas. L. M. G. Chasse Private
James Dunn    Private
William  Kellock    Sergeant
Robert Wm. Turner  Sergeant
Frederick  Vogt    Private
(Paul Adams    Private
|George Loggle   Private
IWilliam Brown  Private
[Francis Phalr  Private
| Richard   Bod wick    Private
|.lean   Bolre    Private
John Harrlgan    Private
William R. Johnston   Private
James  McDonnell    Private
Arthur W. Sheppard   Private
William  Sturney   Private
George Telford   Private
JFrancis R. Whittaker  Private
Joshua Walker  Corporal
James Wilson   Private
William Smith   ..'Private
CorI>oral     .���������'second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
First or Ontario Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Second or Quebec Battalion of Rifles.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition  of 1873.
Expedition of 1873.
Expedition of 1873.
Expedition  of 1873.
Expedition of 1873.
Expedition  of 1873.
Expedition of 1873.
Expedition of 1871.
Expedition of 1872.
Expedition of 1872.
Rxpeditlon  of 1873.
Expedition of 1873.
Expedition  of 1871.
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Expedition of 1873.
Expedition of 1875.
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then buy
ML
Pure  Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
MADE BY
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Limited, of   Teranto
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS AGO
Made in every dttiriU,
color aud for ever, ���M
paint can serve, arr faJr.
���nteed to cover as ,,I| lnJ
*-*b aa wholly U aiy
paint sold in the world. The
reliable store named bere
���elU tbeite paints jQ ony
standard quantity and nil1
readily inform y���u upun 0I,y
painting question. See then
before you buymjrh or litile
paint lor any purpose.
Anderson & Lusby
Agents New Westminster and District
Kit
WHISKY DRINKING
SOS INCREASE
AUSTRIAN COURTS UNJUST
TO  VENERABLE  WOMAN
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY!
WORKS.
Vienna, Apiii 29.���An old woman
living near tlie Bohemian-Saxon lion-
tier lias been condemned to a tine of
       $210 or two months' imprisonment for
  I bringing into Austria an old  pack of
cards given her for her grandchildren
Prohibition Seems to Have t0 pla>' with'and whk'11 Hllu Wled ,0
declare at the Austrian customs house.
Little Effect According to-. Pl'd,ity,_*0^d III ':."" V'*'"."'
b but the judge fixed the fine at  $.i.t,u
Official Ficrnrpc 'on cvery card in  the packi  0I   over
v. uiLiai j. iguieo. 6,000 times tlie duty.    As the old wo-
_____ , man, who keeps herself by collecting
herbs, is unable to pay the fine, and
Washington,  April  2'.i.���Statements  probably would nol Burvlve Imprison-
1 made today by experts from the Inter- ' ment, she bus sent in a petition to the
| nal revenue service seeui to indicate ! Emperor   asking   for   a   tree   pardon.
his   majesty     doubtu
will
that the theory of the increased ^_^_W_^_[___^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_���
I of  beer  as  a   substitute   for   whisky   giant.
does not hold in the United States.      i ,,  ������
That Idea appears to  be  based  on |                        LAND ACT.
j the  fact  that  during  one   month    of ��� 	
the year beginning July 1909, the reve-      New Westminster  Land  District.
| nue  taxes  from  beer    were   {500,000 !       District   of   New   Westminster,
j more than for the same month of the i     Take   notice   that   James   llateman,
year 1908, but other figures indicate of Vancouver, B. C, occupation*, atone-
i the whisky is live lo one in the lead  cutter, Intends to apply for permission
since July of last year. | to  purchase   the   following   described
So far in this fiscal year there have  lands:
| been  large increases in   the  revenue |     Commencing  at  a  post  planted  at
from  distilled  liquors and  fermented   the southeast point of a small island
llfjuors. lying about 10 chains north of Nelson
Tlie revenue from all sources since   Island;   thence    northerly,     westerly.
July last ls about seventeen  millions   southerly   and     easterly,     along   the
of dollars over that of the correspond-  shore to the place of commencement;
ing period of 1908-1909.    Of this, ten '
Tenders for Steel Pip|
Sealed Tend irs endors
Pipes," will be r< ceived by tfl
signed at the Municipal 111
Island, up to 5 p.m. on Satun
7. prox., for the supply of abj
; miles of lap welded 12-lnch stf
pipe.
The specifications may be
forms ol tender obtained at
of the engineers, Cleveland]
eron,  506-8, Winch  Building
ver. B. C
The lowest or any tencler|
be accepted.
C. L BJ
| April 23, 1910,
rIchmond municipality
WORKS.
Tenders for Valves|
Sealed Ten,Ins i ndorsi ���'.
will  be received by the un
I at the Municipal Hall, Lulu
to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 7,
, the supply of Blulce, all ai
valves.
The specifications may bei
forms of tender obtained al
of the engineers, Cleveland!
eron.  506-8,  Winch  Bulldlngj
,ver. B. C.
The lowest or any tender!
millions are from whisky and about
two millions from beer. Both products are heavy revenue producers, but
according to Commissioner Cabell,
whisky has produced about ten millions up to date over last year and
beer about two millions over last
year.
The seeming paradox in the statement that whisky is not driven out
as against beer in dry states and districts, is explained by the officials,
who say: "Where men will drink, they
will drink whisky.
containing (! acres more or less.
JAME8 BATHMAN,
Applicant,
JOHN F. BAC.OS,
April  20,  1910. Agent.
be  nccepted.
April  23,  1910.
C.  I-   1!
iRICHMOND MUNICIPALITYJ
WORKS.
LAND ACT.
New  Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take  notice    that    Simon     Henry
Clowes of  Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation, building Inspector, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the fol-
It is  their habit | lowing described lands
to buy whisky which wlll last a long |    Commencing at a  post   planted  at
time where it Is  hard to get.    They i the S. E. point of a small Island lying
will not buy beer, which may bo called
perishable goods as compared with its
fiery rival."
PROFESSIONAL STRONG MEN
TO   FORM   LABOR   UNION
Paris, April 29.���A union consisting
of professional strong men may be regarded  as  the  "last  word"  In   union
ln channel between Granite Island and
Nelson Island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing 10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWI'S,
Applicant.
Per JOHN F.   BAGGS,
April 20,'1910. Agent.
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes
i.i I Castings.
Sealed Tenders, indorse
Iron Pipes," will be receive
undersigned nt the M��nicl
Lulu Island, up to 5 p.m. '
day, May 7, prox., for the
about 10 tons of flexible J tin
cast Iron water pipes, and
tons of special castings.
The specifications may be
forms of tender obtained st
of the engineers, Cleveland
eron, 50(1-8, Winch  Building
ver, B. C.
The lowest or any tender
be  nccepted.
C
April  23,  1910.
M
NOTICE.
lam     Tn   d���-i��� u " ,  I     Takp   notice   that   I, Grace   Crulck-
lv"!,',.   n^r.!8 ���8!!.1h An_JJ^tzatlonj shank, of Matsqui, B.C., farmer's wife,
ducenndr,^? ? I'."16. thp P���-1 intend to apply to the Commissioner
into rh�� Tl fPly.TMCU '8 br0Ught of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
esrh 1 ,, I, ?. \ . <;��Untry lilte llpenBe t0 Inspect for coal and petrol-
consun f, ,;��� h Vth S in,tPndefl for cum on and ��nd��r 'he following des-
consumption the following day.   They  cribed  lands:
lr iLS > [r��.m P��'.nt t0 polnt Commencing at a post marked
5.PPH ��n uafet8. W"lch are M'iGrace Cruickshank's, on N.E. corner
���hnnMnr- 0ad      mu8c��'a��" j set of the Section line between Sec-
fVnon���'. .        ...        , tlon   28  and 29,   Tp.   16,   New   West-
j)nr;���f of fte ��nl��n. It Is boast- < minster District, about 10 chains north
��L�� i y .',l8 hack as much a��'���� the S. K. corner of Section 29;
seem pSnt ��I??J*le usl ,l ""*,"����"�� south one mile; then west one
K tll ,Zt m>ig. .carrying con- mile; then north one mile; then east
tl,e union p'fcp.,Pween '"embers of one mile to the point of commence-
tne union, at which cash prizes are ment; 640 acres.
3,,or th08e carry'ng the greatest j GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Welght8, Matstiul,  April   18,  1910.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY'
WORKS.
my
Tenders for Wood Water
Sealed Tenders, end"!:''11
Pipes." will be received by tn
signed, at the Municipal Ih
Island, up 5 p.m. on Satun
prox., for the supply, laying i
ing of about 72 miles of wlP
Wood Stave Pipes ranging
from 3 to 12 inches.
The plans and specifications
seen and forms of tender ebb
the office of the engineers, ^
&   Cameron,   506-8   Winch
Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender
be accepted.
C
L. BL
April 2.1, 1910.
No. of
Warrant
Name of Warrantee.
Rank.
0027 Simon Taylor   Sub-Constable.   North-West  Mounted
Zfr. ia I   ��� ?,potte"     Sub-Constable,   North-West  Mounted
Toll \\l       *   Heywood    Sub-Constable,   North-West   Mounted
nns�� r   i!?!!,%?���    '.   Sub-Constable.   North-West  Mounted
0088 Richard Goldsworkey     Sub-Constable,   North-West   Mounted
A99, ,,,,,,,       ��� ,, and  Jefferson  City,  Montana,  U.
Xlll \Z,,\,!lm  "arnwe"    Sub-Constable.   North-West  Mounted
02B5 William Johnson    Sub-Constable,   North-West.  Mounted
0074 Augustus Sehrodder   Sub-Constable,   North-West  Mounted
0325 IJames Battersby    Constable.  North-West  Mounted  Poll
Poilce,
Police,
Poilce,
Poilce,
Police,
S.A.
Police,
Police,
Poilce,
ce, For
Former address, Toront
Former address, Toroni
Former address, Oil "^
Former nddress, Q**��*l
Former address, HaliraT
Former address, nanvlll
Former address, Osgood
Former  address.  QUBDJ
mer address, Macleod,
Department "f ,hr* .. ���"'���'a*
 i LU     Ottawa, April 7, 1910.     ]
42-6
P. G. KEVES,
Secrel

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