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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER.
LIFE
ASSURANCE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
I VOU
ME 5,
Nl
MBER 70.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
WEDNESDAY  MORNING, MARCH 30. 1910.
jfBODY MOVED
gHOUT PERMISSION
..��* Mistakes May Lead
TO SPEND BIG SUM
ON IMPROVEMENTS
AL
i to Grave
Charges Against
i Respond
sible Parties.
Fraser River Lumber Co.
Plans Outlay of $250,000
at Millside Plant.
SERIOUS TOE OF WATER
Chairman   of   Waterwork.   Committee   Claim.   Present
System Sufficient for City if Waste Were Stopped.
Several Instances of Irregularities.
BRIBE TAKER GOES
HOME IN DISGRACE
MANY JURIES
GrJ kIUH RATES
h
AlldB Leaves Senate by Own Taft   Issues   Reclamation
Making  Payi \\ Id rich
Act  After  Charges   Are
Proved Against Him,
, ��� wliich may result lu the
P'C',1 grave desecration
FtXaUt tbe partteiireqoBr
f*SSevered on Good Friday
fc|e *'"u Diidil, who, upon visiting
m     at   her   tut'e   daughter,
5gra.',���<> l few monthi ago, found
^fmonumettt above the grave
. Mi' "Tilted to a lot adjoining
I been.i-her child wae Interred.
Lt in "bleb
I'd, agitated ovei
i h.- discovery,
Dodd called up<'n W. .1   Walk"".
J*%the city hall, who is manage cemetery, which Is run as
Vltl proposition and not ln con-
2Twlt'-an,   one  church   seek
the   moving
|cl"   explanation   for
't_ headstone.    Mrs.   Dodd  com-
i ,1,, Mi'- Walker treated ber
"Tuff I nd manner, explaining that
a" ,dbeen some mistake in the
Sngha0.fhee grave in the flrst place.
,d tbat the body
*n moved *���-_____.,
parents, tbe gravediggei
of the child hud j
ihe lot purchased by \
pe ned up th(
istanee
wrong
having
lol  in the lirst
To spend a quarter of a million dollars on extensions und Improvements
ln the next few months are the plans
of the Fraser River Lumber company.
The new additions will Include a
shingle mill with Bften now shingle
machines, a box factory, a
plant and a sash and door factory.
The gash and door factory will have
a capacity of aboul 1,000 doors and
-J.OUO sashes per day to start with.
The box factory and veneer plant will
jnot be very large. All the new ma-'
chlnery will In- run by electricity, generated by the surplus steam from the ���
jblg mill.
The new addition to the company's
plant will mean the employment ol
2M men and these will mostly have
to be expert tnillinen. Several-French -
Canadiau families have arrived recently and more are expected, hut most
of the new help employed will be eng-
lish-speaklng Canadians. The Hindus
satisfaction and are
ckly as possible.
"I   think   that   tin-   greatest   gold-
brick ever handed to a Ions suffering
unity has been meted out to the
Westminster in their
waterworks   system   during   tlie   past
few  years,  and   I   would  like  to say
conini
veneer   people of New
Albany, N. Y., March 29.-Jonathan
P. Allds went to his home in Norwich
Tariff Act Effective.
fppt of hose to the hydrant and leave
it there for the use of the B. C. B. R.
When ii.- hud turned on the water
he had n < asured the amount taken
oacll time and for August, September
and Oe'eber, $92 had been paid by
Hi1   1:   ('   B.  lt.  for  the  water  used
,.   . ...      ,.,,, ...  ���,        b>   Hi'in.    Sir. r- November they had
that  we  are  spending  $300,000  on  a   b^n n.( asurlng the water themselves.
ks extension that   Alderman  Bryson  reported that they
! had turned in no money until a few
'days  ago  and then   had  sent  in  the
ai.'.'..nits i ir November and December,
SlU   foi   the  lirst   montli  and   .18  for
th-.  seem d     Ue  thought   that there j
e discrepancy here, but Aid- i
Washington,   March   29.���A   p -oc-la-
^    matlon was today Issued by President
tonight a private citizen, branded as I 'I aft    granting   the   minimum   rates
his   former   col , of the Payne-Aldrlcb tariff act to the
nd by tils own i following   named    countries:      Tunis.
(French  Congol,  Mayotte aud
by
system  of waterworl
we do not need any more
a    briber-taker
leagues In the senate 	
member of that body
on January 28,
Ich
act no longer a
Senator Conger, who
filed the charge  against  Allds wn
resulted ln the investigation that ended today, stayed  here to  fight.    The
that  confronts  Conger  Is   no
his charges.    To this
vindicated him to-
battle	
longer to prove
extent the senate ^	
day, when forty of its forty-nine mem
oted that tho charges had been
evidence   brought
;   the   past   seven
hers V(
was som.       _
erman Smith remarked that it might
be all I'ght, us the locomotives were
no', in list for about tb/ee weeks during ti ose two months.
Fire  Chief  Did   Not  Know.
son said that  he had
sustained   by   the
before  them   durln
weeks. .   ..^ Conger came to j nounced
tion     However that  may   in-,  ��<=
nd   developments   make' 	
do  so. Ashcroft,    March    211.���Two
not   resign
ii
Hkelv  that  lie  will  not ^^^^^^^
The cause of this Is a resolution In-   stageBi   Capabl
out in plots,
*"SSS 28^*5
Dr. Robinson, or 1 on
nnd   one  child
Some time ago
1?.. adjoining, in-
are  not   giving
being replaced as   _ui
The company expects to make- Bev-
eral large shipments of ^mber l^the
which   is   now  in
Ad.i.iKii, Bryson said that he had '    '     -��~ ,lt0I. Cobbi the  ma- pas8engers each, and making an aver-
epoited tb,  matter to Chief Wats,....   ^oducett  oy ^      [or  tho  ap. ��     of flftepn mUe8 or more an hour
,v.,o had not known that water was    oi Ity  tea     . ,.ommlUee to present wlU begin service on the Cariboo road
,eing   taken   from   the   hydrant   and   Pf�����*"���te charges  against   Con- between  April   15  and   May   1, 1910,
��� D. ^^
mi by Mrs
0dy,  her   liusbalid
Ling buried therein.
'   Lot   '
jendins to be  Interred  there at her
ieath. The lot purchased by Mr. and
s. Dodd was the one designated as
but by  some   error   Gravedlgger
gpnan opened  up Lot  B.  Instead
.d tin child was burled In Mrs. Uob-
Mon's resei ved grave.
i When   Mrs,    Robinson   discovered
jhis.she made a request that the body
te removed.    Mr. Walker
Ira.  ....     Haggman   io
ate with the  parents  ot
ito *ero supposed to have return
)Manitoba, and ask their consent to
as it Is necessary to ob-
of   relatives be-
Instructed
communi-
the
from one
sist of four
have (l
voir  and
and   ^^^
the cause ^^^^^^^^
should not be plenty
next month or so.
the   Due  d'A.nule,^^^^
Puget Bound, will be here about Aprl.
1 and will load two uiillion feel  for
South  Africa.    The  British ship   Ma-
rlachan  will take on a similar cargo
for   the  Bame   destination   about   the
tenth   of  May.     ln   March   the   company   exepects to   make  the  largest I there
single  shipment  of  laths  ever  made I There  Is  lots there  now
mill.    Tin-   ca.'go   will  con-!      "'"c,c"1
and a half million pieces
of lath, and will be consigned to Sydney, Australia.
H.  J.   Macklln,   sales   manager   of
states   that   about   fifty-
exported
' e
to  forty   per   cent,
twenty per cent. None
finds a market in
the company
per cent, of their output Is exporiei
abroad.     Tin-   prairie   provinces   tak
child, i from   twenty-live
^d | and Vancouver
of the product
states.
tin
The
Attorney   general
Hi the permlsaiob   -.
,ore a body   can   be  exhumed.     I Ol
,me reawn this was not done
nlfin!' ''.^'sought    .whereupon
also iisu.iU\    sou. in.
��m\��\^l�� granted to exhume the
.Av-.totatlx presence of a coi one.
t'om ��Uta officers. A heavy pen-
Ity i? proyWea for anyone opening
pon ii crave without complying with
lies,, requirements, It being a peni-
nti.iry offense In some of the prov-
nces. _   .,
On leaving the city hall Mrs. Dodd
let Rev. a in n. Owen, rector of St.
mils  Reformed   Episcopal   churchy
ni Informed him  of  what  had  just
ransplred. Accompanied by Mr.
Owen she then called on Rev. Canon
b'easum, rector of Holy Trinity cathedral and  laid   the  matter   before
Im. tint Mr. IVeasum was unable to
do more than comfort the distressed
lady, ;,s he has nothing to do with
the administration of the cemetery.
Determined to probe the matter to
the bottom. Mrs. Dodd ls reported to
bave enlisted   the   services    of    her
brother, E. Case, a lawyer of Kelowna.
who Is at in. sent In the city prepar
tap to make   representations  to
proper parties,
OCCASIONAL FREE ENTRH
OF FOODSTUFFS IS SOUGHT|���
^  at the pres
ent time than we need a railway over
the pink sidewalks on the south side
of Columbia street, so thai his worship may step off at his place of business every morning."
Council   Is   Amazed.
This   was   the   startling   statement
With    which    Alderman    Bryson    his'
night amazed the city council, and is
the   result   of   patient   investigations
which the chairman of the waterworks
committee has been  making.    Aid -r-
i man Bryson reported that the water
in   the  different  reservoirs  was  dan-   being   iaiu-ii   uoui   u,u   ..,.���. __
gerously low on March 1, and at tbejWho was annoyed that such was the . to the senate
present time the same reservoirs are case, as in the event of fire the hvd-| ger "growing out of his
full to overflowing. "It is a mystery rant might be found to be damaged. I with legislation and the use of funds
to me why the water was so low. I 1 Mr. Bryson had understood that it to influence the members of the legls-
uestioned the men at the reser- Uras against the policy of the city to lature or other persons witli refer-
at  the  outfall  at  the lake I permit  water to  be taken  from  the   ence thereto."
^^^^^^      ^^^ ^^mnMa****a*m |     Even Conger's enemies admit   that
There  is no reason  why j    The matter of an adjustment  w.u. .-~ fighter and the belief Is that
of water,   the B. C. E. H. was left in the hands
  th>.' 1 of the water committee and permls-
were   not   wasted   continually ' 8ion   t0  use   the  water  was  granted
be   a   sufficient   supply   t0 the B. C.  K.  It. rn the condition
to  refrain   from {that a stand pipe and a meter be into their plant   stalled   and   that   all   water   used   be
for several years. [carefully measured.    The B. C. E. R.
Schools Use Too Much. was quite unaware that it was doing
,,,...      ,,    ,    .       ,     ,   ,    ,      ,���    anvthing out of the ordinary, and was
"At the Central  school     am  ln- k hl      rea.
formed that HO Salens of water a e   ' ��   >    d trouble b
used   every   three   minutes   to   dtive
their fans, etc.. and I think that some
-c ..������,���,. . ������i,i |1P found .
^_ _________ ____  was  in   connection
"The distillery pays $100 per year , wUh wfttef uged ,)v Ule Padfio SWn.
for its water and P. Bums & Co. use j gle company near Lake Cpqultlam
it as it comes through to supply wa-; Thig conlpan.; had appUed for per
ter   to   from   three   to   four   hundred , mission  l0  tap  lhe  waler  lnaill
**********  ,     v..
m^^        d   countries:
Gabun   ���-____________	
Coniorro, French Soma Hand, Salvatoi,
Martinique, St. Pierre and Mlqueloa,
the French settlements In India, the
French settlements in Oceania. Guadeloupe and dependencies,
Gulna, French West Africa,
car, French Indo-Cliina, New
donia and dependencies.
Proclamations   as   to   Canada,
states. Colombia, Venezuela,
New Zealand and New-
have   not    yet    beet,   an-
Balkan
Australia,
foundland
French
Madagascar-
the
auto-
of   carrying   twenty
each, and making an aver-
connectlon
have  not  been  able  to V���]****^ Q, ;m adjust   ent with I he 1. �� -jj^- ^^ to deprive ��� ,���ys.     The   fare    according   ��   ^
f,���        office as vigorously and with , Newlon-s  announcement, will  bt
aim ^  i....v.       of  the  same
capacity   w-ill   follow   shortly   afterwards.
These cars are planned to make the
from Ashcroft. to Soda Creek
ten   hours.     This
  horse   stage,   two
""���"   f-r"    according   to   Mr.
i distance   	
in  not  to  exceed
now   requires,   by
water
there   would
:to   enable   the   city
making  any  additions
money as
him of office as vigor
as free an expenditure of
he attacked Allds. The Cobb resolution was referred to the judiciary committee.
same as that now charged
This automobile service
called Newton's Auto-Stage Line, and
when in operation will give daily service to Soda Creek.
Steps are also In progress for the
from  Ashcroft
will   be
establishment   of an  automobile   (or
I cheaper form of po
;to do this work
id of cattle and also to some p"-;s
ind   sheep.     The   water   is   used   in
the distillery and thi   citj gets .. little
| for it, but P. Burns & Co. pay nothing
Merchants Ask Government jf01'. ,liivi"�� lll> ,1,eir ^'k supplied.
!      At   the   Fraser   River   mills   the
meter had not been in place for sev-
  claimed
Winnipeg ^^^^^^^
to  Remove   Duty  on
Certain  Seasons
Payment Long Delayed.
The third thunderbolt launched by
Aldermar
er used by the facinc c
pany   near   Lake   Cpquit
������"������"'"   hn��t   onnlied   for
ubBivii   w   .~r   -_^^^ and
permission had been refused by the
council. Subsequently, in August, \V.
Henderson had been ordered to go
up and tap the main and install a
meter, and he had done so. No rates
had   ever been  paid  and  the  meter
BIG EXTENSIONS PLANNED
ON CANADIAN NOKTHERN����K ,,��.���, _.
traction)   freight   line
to  the  boat  landing  at   Soda Creek,
- not available.
Contracts  for  Construction   Work  on
Branch Lines West of Winnipeg
Will   Be   Let  Thie  Week.
MANY SEMITES ARE
EXPELLED FROM  RUSSIA
Winnipeg,    -March
contracts will be let by the
Northern railway
construction    ol    many
Lemberg, March 29.���Expulsions of
Jews from Russia is going on at a
rate wholly unprecedented in Musco-
ite history, according to information
�����   Imm   n cross   the
fairly
Sjg.���lmportant   ,.eCelved here  from  across the Iron-
nadian Hey  today.    The refugees are
__  week  tor  the banning" all along the border.berth
new     une. in Austria and German territory Jul
" fering  among  the  exile*  Is  intense.
Fruits  at
lerai months and the company
Ktlt  was not using the city wate,
; but
,    ,    ���  .,..,.,.1, _9���AU wholesale
Winnipeg, Marcn -���   ���� ..
vegetable dealers  of   win
"Signed a petition to the
fruit  and
nlpeg  have
he duty removed
and the result of the reading Is not
*" , T,   ,   ,      ,. known   yet.    "I   would  like to  know
was  being  supplied  by   its  own   w)io  ^ dftre ordef  _uch  .   UUng
s>^,, m'. .    . .. ,    to be done after the council had for-
Ibe statements surprised the coun- aske;l   Aideman   B     on
cil and Mayor Lee commended Alder- ^^ wag .Q
man   Bryson   on   the  zeal     he     had      Aldenmin Johnston remembered the
application being  refused  In  council,
I1���U4      ���n
government to have ;----_-       Ioo4b
from certain  fruits and  gieen
the year.
at certain leuoniiol! tte
For some time this suiiject u��
agitated  In  Winnipeg  as a result
had not been looked at until Monday 'v"*"��� ---
- ������     -.-..��������� ,��� nnt   throughout   Manitoba;   the   Oak,..,...   renng  BiluvJli_   _w
line will be extended lor a consider- 0nlv ft few have been able to gather
able distance towards the north, and any of thelr belonglng8 to take with
the Rossburn extensions will be con- lhem ,n their fU ,,t tQ a morp frlendly
nected with the main line. jand
In the western provinces the Bat- , 0flicer8 o{ Jewlsh a880clatlons state
tlefo.d line will be extended south- that the work of expulslon is proceed-
west from Prince Albert the Vegre- ,��� at 8Uch a ,d pace ,hat t)le
ville line will be completed trom Stet- llssot.lation8 ue BWHmped with pitl-
tier to Calgary, the Goose Lake line able petitions for aid from the exiles.
will be extended towards Calgary Th_ homo ()fflcp which beretofore
from   Saskatoon   and   further   extern   gtood wUb  tbe j ig headlng thc
will   be   made   tu   the  Willow   movemont to expei them from Rus
^*���    ���* *+**�����**.***    .mil
water   every
the   excessive^ *^f^ Ue   thought   it
sions
a.so be   gia    Tbe rea80n for the sudden cam-
-         l~   koliavnit   to
��-��SHSSilS:st^SS3s
A start wll
This
the
zz-SmZ^Xr-
tne  new competed on con-
l?iW?efffsW.    Nothing detinite
the Jews wen
ment.
PI DEVELOPMENT WORK
10 START EARLY IN JUNE
_lfS3aZ*'a^  -  -...
sl-^rr�� -c g& \��j_ %-����*�� = sirs 5 **��-, ~ :-
Jroduct   does   not   compete   with  ��e 1q prevent this we may tlHnlgllt llmt an eftor   should
domestic ^��^- SKSS|  ^LT^^^lX I   CONCEs^FOR CONCESS.ON.
WANT A REST. | ^ ^ j8 ,10t enough wat, ^ ^ wo,.k amounts to J-1...-^;^ |   CO ^----^    ^    Drop | ^ .f Buyer8 ��� 3uch That Many
,and  bridge., tracts w. u  �� '"     , ,oJ on the main
3on, and be j has as yet been ww wiU
Old be made   line west  ol  1,dm      ���� . ^
and  try   to|be considered dining  u^	
Get More Wages and   ply them.   ^^er   8hock-
for
OWNERS CANNOT RESIST
OFFERS FOR SURREY LAND
Section of Road Between  New Westminster and Hope to Be Hurried
to   Completion.
Girls Strike to	
Respite  From Work
East  Liverpool, Ohio, March 29,���
At a mass meeting today the 500 pot
tery  girls  who  struck  yesterday  for
tne     	
the
and the responsibility foi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   v���   Hvp-i      The   matter
������ M ,���e Ml, ;;.:������ JS $\*ta."JS* vaa m*^
*- "' '"'- ='"���'-" ������'��-     a tt&^aaaTA
This
man iryson last -Jg^-^ffl
���-- recovered troi     ^ ^ ^ flrgt Ume.
than
to   continue
Ing   voted
e potteries have
lied
i Twelv<
^^^^^ been compel
to   shut   down,   throwing   about   2,500
employees oui of work.
It   is   reported   thai   sixteen   other
ants will suspend within a few days.
6,000   persons
cil bad no sooner
shock of the flrsl revelation
came in with another, This time the
cat came out of the bag in a Beem-
request sent in by the
oi water tor
BriSst S   Nation"   Clause
LoSn.    March    ���������-J^ffi
""���"   :,,^.T arrangmnent   that Can-
KU-lding-la.t  arrangement^  ^
l1
than
wil
ingiv harmless
I . C. E. K. foi
their   steam
Alderman
was
the  use
,l iliui locomotives
without
The c x. u. construction work on
"" south side of tbe river is to start
fboum June l. and when once begun ;    More
,!il   '   .ii between Westminster and   Idle " lllcj ���
Pope will be hurried along.   It is also Title; Wedd nfl. . o t()
"ate  thai the C . N. H. will. In a few , 'March ..,,_M ss Hairiet  JM
now.hu    establish    headquarters   at     New x^^ .     daughter    ,      t   *��cllP B
pmlooptt tor the building of the line   llolnus   unii, ^   ^{W    Mont���
"Ufabo^6jrsws ��var-��-1sir��&u^
roadbed   completed   before   Budap^t, Austrl, ��� fell       ^ _^ ^
wedding breaktast   ���prfm.mod by |     ���lanation he said that
letter
as   he
iad
shove.  ^^^^^
jryeon s-.id that the
ent   in   at   "is  request,
beeD U8,Dp!rSi8Brotlt  was the least
isk for it-
the   leuHi.       ...��,j_^^^
The coun-   had  not  yet  received   .__
the Dominion government for the ln
 was i     Alderman
wips ior tne nuuning oi mc .��� i --- ��� ��� .   ot    tsuue,   .������-	
"orth  and   west.    The   company   ex-   Man us   uu   . i(on   hlgril,
feots lo  have  about    one    hundred   married[to     �� > aft.-rnoon  at   piece
lies of  roadbed  completed  before Budapest, Ausma. ^^     n���e   ��� fell
| Win,,,, 0I1 the North Thompson, north   the home of the^or foUowe(1   ^ .
" " 'w ich   was  performed  by. x
���UlUll J   t "   ii*^ ************��� M��^^^
Monslgnor Lavello.
.llve in Bturope. _ .
sFnT TO MEXICO
dl.l   not
^ItlS^^WSSSIt -   "Alderman Gilley
wish  to   dlan reserve
this  city
up
in the west end of the
wanted the board
works to appoint a man to direct
���     .-,..   8treet  while
an  option   adhering
new freedom is regarded as a necessity sequel of Intermediate tariff,
Old Timers Are Selling, Almost
Under Protest.
Yesterday Surrey property took a
fresh spurt after its holiday rest, and
many new acres were roped in by
energetic teal estate agents, an.l disposed of In the city and Vancouver.
The high prices at which much of
the property  Is being  held by  those
! who   have   recently   bought   has  prevented  re-selllng, but  as buyers  will
; have Surrey and no other place, the
agents have been on the hustle, with
agent.    mi. ^    ... ~..   ...
the result that some old timers who
had   no   desire   to   part   wl%i   their
have succumbed to persuasive
had
i ncref
Kamloops. From Kamloops the
"Up towards Vancouver will follow
"ip main Thompson to Lytton before
basing to the south bank of the Fra-
?W, which will be followed through
'he canyon to Hope.
Wn,k otl the line from the city to
PtogllBh Bluff will also be put ln band
llli�� summer.
'Private advices state tflat William
Jlackenrfe, president of the company,
}jw Colonel Davidson, land commls-
���In'i��r, are now ta London completing
paandal arrangements fbr the Build-
m Of tho British Columbia section.
Jney are said to he meeting with no
fliffu-iilty in ploalag the bonds, the
^nl> point at Issue being to secure as
Bond n price ns the prospects of the
'��a<l  Justify.
Allan
Not Guilty of "^^ISS^Sd-flbtf* of coins.    So
Washington,  .March J��^gJ 3*  have  been  good  �������������
-   -- things go over tneie.
Cook   &   Wilson,   put
The  couple  Will
West-
Canadian  Bank  of  Commerece
Inspector Gets Appointment.
"     K oft��� lohn P. Bell
inspector   of  the ua�� .^ ap.
Commerece, NMnntP^g.8i)ii) rf
Purvis,  manager
Un
him
of hose mo..  ~-^^^^^__
the   hydrant   in   front   of
Machine  works on  Front  street
in-I n   sti len     'te   did   not   know-
pointed to the mniuiS*.,���...,
branch of the bank which ls being
opened at Mexico City. Mr. Bell has
been Inspector ot the bank here, covering the provinces of Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, for the past
four years.
waterworks
dlflerent committees before
we?e P esented to the counci
^factory and he thought that
had   admitted^., au������^S*5fi?'��
waterwui����.,   ..
took the hose to bring the matter ���
a  head.    Mr. Henderson  told  Aide
man   Bryson that, ln  AuguBt he hc
-   ' *'> rosnond to the ea
matter to   slgned to tne . .��i~.-   --_ f  the
Alder-  kept track  of,  the  chalrman^^   ^n
���������������������������������   .
J- Fiat  Issued
���
���
���
No Dates on Stored Foods.
I New York, March 29.���Mayor Gay-
T" 'his afternoon vetoed the ordln-
c"0.e, Providing for a system for re-
""Hug dates when food products are
tla<*d In cold storage.
nlpeg. March. 2J.   T��ei , (Uy (���. n,ght     ���' but  ,
ad different    committees    reporting   on
Bryson u.-   �� -^ t0 tne call   them at every  meeting    until
been instructed tor ��� i on the   wel.e disposed of.
"f ,,,P ''���  S 5 i ffi time of the.!      objection From School  Board.
   ,���ema . till      _,��JBppretary of the school board
then  h��I
s^siSBii (sis^^a^sfesassss
on  the boundary ^U^r^o^ c
SK�����sssua^ca;*
��*jai4fi��S'S �����- the ordinary
d n hlm-elf.   Then
ln8tructed to take fifty
estimates    for
The letter was re-
=-��? r-irr aFawrag *"&&*_***!_& ssa ssrs***, �����~
ports  "'___.���..������,������ nnd Al-,ana_�����"'"__ lnotr,
The    mayor    yesterday    received a telegram from Hugh
Guthrie,  who   ls   representing
New  Westminster  In  the  Coquitlam Dam case  at Ottawa,
notifying hlrn that a fiat had
been Issued and that the city
was at liberty to sue the Dominion   government   for   the
land   around  Coquitlam   lake.
Immediate steps will be taken
ln this direction
I
One   firm,    	
through deals amounting to $30,000
Joseph Travers turned over a few
snaps totalling up to ��housands.
Jennie was also busy on Sur-
ir, F.v.erty. lie was also selling
Burnaby and city property. Last
week he sold a lot on Canarvon street
for $100 per foot frontage and yesterday another verging on the same
price. In his opinion this street will
be the fashionable shopping centre.
"There Is," he said, "no other place
for the shops to go, as Columbia
| street ls full and the shops must keep
where the people are."
Evans & Darke have been busy buying and will be putting some good
l; subdivision on the market shortly.
They have been doing their office up
In great style with a view to making
It   worthy  of  their clients  and  the
city.
The National Finance company has
been selling Cloverdale property and
��� ��� ��� ������ ��� ������ ��� ��� ��������������������������� also been busy with Burnaby.
berta.   The rush
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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WEDNESDAY, mARCH 30
Classified Adverlisements
WANTED.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED BEDROOM
near  business  section  of city.    Address  Webster, Daily  News.
HUMBLE TEUTONIC FLEA     !
FEARED BV CALIFORNIA
INew Advertisements
WANTKD ��� STRONG BOY TO
learn moulding trade. Apply
Schaake Machine Works.
WANTED ��� EXPERIENCED GIRL
for  upstairs  woik.   Apply Gulchon
lintel.
WANTED ��� TWO FURNISHED
roomsi bed and sitting room). Must
be close io busini a sei ons. No
othei room s and no ch td i n. Will
pay good rem foi suitable place.
E.  E.,  Di llj   News otlice.
WANTED���BOARDING PLACE FOR
young lady where she can assist
with housework morning and evening or be a companion In pan payment for board. Apply "Topaz,"
Dally News Publishing Co.
WANTED���YOUNG -MAN TO BE EM-
ployed as car checker. Apply to
C.P.R. Agent.
Board     of     Health     Thinks     Foreign
Man-Eater May "Burbank" Native
Son   Sandhill   Species.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY STENO-
grapher.   Apply to C. P. It. Agent.
WANTED- DRESSMAKERS; GOOD
w iges in expei li ... i d pai i les. M s.
Clai I ion,   51 1.... ie SI , Vancout ei.
WANTED   ���    THREE     HOYS    TO
li     u  .ii" i  ...le.    Apply Walsh Sash
and  limn   Factory.
WAN ill.    .01 ui II   CLASS    ENGl-
qi ������ i Bring.     Applj   Do-
Shingle and Lumber Co.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE Oil TWO
; '   isanl   tu nishi I  i ooms  or  s i
fuVnisfie3 house by married couple.
i;' ss A, 11.. this ofiice.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with Ii. C. Nurseries. P. O..
City.
San Francisco, March 29.���"Shall the
pure blood of the gentle California
flea be crossed with and contaminated with the vicious man-eating German flea?
"N'o." declares the state board of
health. "At all hazards, the integrity
of the California or sand variety must
remain inviolate."
A traveling showman with a troupe
of trained German fleas is giving exhibitions in various parts of the state.
There is no great danger, according
to Dr. W, F. Snow, secretary of the
state board of health, thai the visiting
Pulex Irrltans may mingle with the
native Pulex Canis, or "Pulex Sandhill." and the showman has been
warned to chain up his "actors" to
prevent the possibility of their escape.
The health hoard is of the opinion
that a combination of the two bree Is,
in which the cunning and ability of
the native son would be "Burbanked"
with the desperate courage nnd violent brutality of the h\z Teutonic invader, would produce a flea that
might devastate the land.
The California fba skirmishes for
a living on sun-dry quadrupeds, mo tl;
dogs, but the European fli a spm ns
any other diet than human blood nnd
is said to be qu'.te a vampire in his
way. Hence the alarm of the state
conservators of the public healtth.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SURREY! SURREY! SURREY!
If you are interested in Surrey acreage we would be pleased to have
you call and see our list. We have
exclusive sale of some of the best
buys in Surrey and can deliver the
property. Our list is too extensive
to give In full here and if you are
not suited with these, call at our
office and let us show you some
monev makers,
BRENING  & CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Room 6, Merchants  Bank  Bldg.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie Streets.
Phone  686
For Sale��� 1 section in Surrey: splendid location.
CHURCH GOES INTO
POLITICAL BATTLE
NOTICE
District of New Wki���.
TAKE   NOTICE   that  tT'Ur'
afterdate date I, will. ^'4
��nJJ
the Assistant Cominle
for a license to
Bishops   Head   Fight  for  Church   Lib-   Petrmeum on the  i
.lands:
erty in France���Peasants Instructed   How to  Vote.
'- ^r coal
Commencing at a i
���I'libi
IE. Wright's sonthwe,        2*W
the  southeast corm '/'''.
nit
| No.  205, Group  2,  NY,,
| District, thenc ,     ���
OltJ
SURREY���$85 per acre buys 50 acres
of pood land on the Clover Valley
and Townline roads in the northwest 1i of section 32, township 8,
Surrey.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Northern raldroad,
the southeasl % of section 3��>. township i". Langley. Known as the
Brockle place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern.
SURREY���213 acres of the highest
. iss ol black loam at $190 per acre.
The tram line runs through this
property, The Gi at Northern
railroad and the Nicomekl rlvi r
pass . i- bi hind tiiis propei tj and
the \ ale road jusi in front. (��ne
hundred and eight) acn s of this
land is cleared nnd under the highest state i - ultlva ion. This land
i. ,!.i   -. ..    bi 'ii   cli ared   for
less   than    $200    per   acre.     This
would   be   the   fines!   sub-dividing
Burnaby property with waterfront-
age on new tram line. A .nod buy
al  $6,000.
2    Acres    With    good   4-room    house:
five minutes from city.car;  $3,800.
i	
Good lots in Central Sapperton; cheap.
phases of the approaching .fourths of a mile, thi n
fourths  of  ���>   "-1
fourth of a mile, tl i
fourth of a mile to tin
mencement.
WILLIAM
New WestminBti
tluj
mile,   ���    ��� '�����
6 .nil.
I,-
"���'  ''Oj
WRIGH.I
���'. March
$2,000 will buy a new 6-room modern
louse on double corner in New
Wi Btmlnster.
Brening   & Co.
Gener.il   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Room 6,  Merchants Bank  Bldg.
Corner Columbia and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 686.
Paris, March 29,���One of the most j north   one   mile,   thei
Interesting
general election In France is the open
political campaign undertaken in tbe
name of the Catholic episcopate to
secure the election of deputies to the
next chamber either pledged to vote
for or in sympathy With the interests   1010.
of the church.    Under  the concordat:	
the intervention ol  the clergy in po- ! LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
litical   matters   was   illegal   and   any   Re Lot 5. Block 23, New Westmlnn
influence exercised was in secret. City.
At the last general election in 1906 |    WhereaB, proof of I .
which  followed the enactment of the | HNcato  "f  Title   Numl
separation law the Catholics did not fUf'1'  ln  ,hl'  na""'  '     William M
lake a  definite stand as there  was  bu?*h, has been fl.ed In
still uncertainty whether Tope PiUB X |     ���Nll,l^c'', �� hereby glv. ;. i ^1
would approve the   organization    of;^ ""; expiration oi o        ������. ..,J
public  worship  associations, contem-
the   dat.-   of    the   u
FOR   SALE.
FOI; SALE���TWO LOTS ON THIRD
Aw nue, East Burnaby. Price $350.
Must sell: owner leaving city. Apply 44, New office.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
worn!.    Apply S. J. News Office.
WIZARD EDISON SEES BRIGHT
PROSPECTS   FOR   FUTURE
;��� oposi .'.n on
i...  mai k( i.
SURREY���N.W.   'j   of   sec.
ship   2;   good   soil   and   n
road;  $85 per acre, $5600
j    12, 18 and _ 1 months .
24,
ar
Cl
town-
i ile
sh;   0,
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO RENT���ROOMS. APPLY, 508
McMartin street.
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable for gentleman. Apply 609 Vicioiia street, near Daily
News office.
LOST.
LOST -- RUSSIAN POODL7 DOG;
white with brown spots. Reward
will lie given tor Information of
anyone harboring It, or tor the re-
turn ol II "i Mrs. Sam Hi own, 4^
Bui hby sti eet.
TAKK .     AWAY     FROM     .ST.     AN
���    erday   evenli g,
������> i overcoat      Will  pai :���
��� ��� irn to St. An di. v. a
...
. i���   .. LOCKEl
:. , ind
 I to J. li.
ore,
New York, .March 29.���Thomas A.
Edison in an article in a current magazine, declares that the prospect of the
laboring man is particularly bright.
He says that in 200 years by the
cheapening of commodities, the ordinary laborer will live as well as a
man does now with a $200,000 an.l nual   income.
"Automatic   machinery   and   scientific agriculture will bring about that
result,"   says   Edison.     "Not   individualism,  but social  labor,  will  dominate  the  future;   you can't have individual machines and every man work-
ling  for   himself.    Industry  will  con-
| stantly become more solid and independent.    There  will  be  no  manual
' labor  in  the  factories of the  future.
| The men in them will be merely su-
' perintendents,  watching  the  machln-
i ery to see that it works right.
"The   work  day   I  believe,  will  be j
! eight  hours.    Every  man  needs  that '
woik to keep him happy.    Hut it will '
! he   work   with   the   brain,   solely   in ;
whal  men will be interested in. and
done in wholesome, pleasant surround-
' lngs.
"The clothes of the future will be so
cheap that every young woman will be
able to follow  the  fashions promptly.
and there will be plenty of fashions.
"Communication with other   worlds
has been suggi st< d.    i think we had
!.. "it stick in tiiis world and find out
.   .; blng about it before we call up
neighbors.    They might make us
ashamed of ourselves."
SURREY���The sast 40 acres of the
west half of tiie northeast quarter
| of section 16, township 2", $160 per
acre, halt cash: balance 6, 12, 18. 24,
30 and 36 months at i per cent,
interest.
SURREY���The south half of block
390A, containing 80 acres at $1-0
per acre; lacing on Clover valley
and Townline roads; $4000 cash; 1,
2 and 3 years.
LANGLEY���$60 per acre buys 80
acres of good land known as th4
north half of the southeast quarter
of section :io, township 10. Greal
Northern runs through this property.    This is a fine buv.
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
h  Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN  WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
wii h 30 ch ilns of �� atei I. oni. Pi Ice
only  $500 i er acre, on   terms.
14 acres excellfenl land wilh bouse
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway ihr, ugh property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
; 160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc l-
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,     three     minutes
j    from bridge.    $50 per foot.
Apply  for terms.
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South  Westminster Phone F507
plated by the law, as other religious  hereof in a daily new ;
denominations had done,   Consequent- in.tne���uV "' ���   w ^ '  '      ' ��,*
lv noi until this year, when the Cath- a duplicate ol the' said c
olic hierarchy Is treed trom anj  legal   "ss "V''" ""���;i,:,|,��" '
restraint against rallying its followers  be made to me '''  \
politically, has it gone bodily into the
DistiL'  i:
P��i"lcaI arena. _   & R
i in- avowed purpose Is to return a
chambei of deputies which will re-
. ihe pn si mi hider of things, al
|i .: : in so far as giving the church
a legal status In accordance with the
views of Rome the agitation was Initiated   with   the  declaration  of  war
ster. B, ('.. February 11
:ite ,
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land Dis
District   of   New   Wi
rat,
ike nonce thai   '..'��� i
agalnsl   the   teaching   In   the   public nan. of  Vancouver,  in, ,    .^1
schools   which   has   resulted   already occupation contractoi ��� tl
in   a  seiies  ol   suiis   for  damages   by ply   lor   permission   in J
tin- school teachers association against following described lands:
the bishops who signed the letter. The j    Commencing  at   a ���
only  suit  thus far decided has result- the southeast point  . .T
ed In the condemnation of the bishop, ate about four i4i i ���     7.,
Along  with   the  campaign    against ber limit   No. 38733, I J
'��� teaching in the schools, elecoral com- and westerly and bouI  e lead
mlttees of  Catholics  were  formed, In erly   around   the   shi 1 .J
; some cases directly under the leader- to place of commetueiM nt, contaitiiS
ship  of   the   bishops  and   clergy,   in four  acres,  more  or  less.
others with flu- clergy only associated
with the societies. Many of the priests
however, have refrained from public
participation and a handful of '.bo
bishops, notably the Bishop of Nice,
however, publicly disapproved both
the school and political campaign.
Electoral literature is being published
in   true   campaign   fashion,   the   roll
ALEXAND.ER   McLEXNAN
J. F. BAGGS. Agent,
March 17,  1910.
LAND  ACT8.
$130 per acre buys 20 acres of good
land with enough piles on to pay
for one-half of it. This is on the
Scott road and close in.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee. of B-ntt
i'm.s'pn-ss''is'verv acUve'and'bishops  "^"Patlon   farmer,  intends to app
and  priests   in   pastoral     letters   and   for  permission   to  purchase t        |
from the   pulpit   are  exhorting   their  lo^,nK described  lands:
followers  to  "Vote  right." |    Commencing  at  a post planN in
The   vehemence   of   the   language  a Braa11 bay at N.W. comer of Hudson I
������-��������� l!ie
r�� * p      _^ a\       ine    venemence   01    uie    language   --��� "���   -- : ������.-..
KanLr     nf      iVIfinfvnal   used   varies  perceptibly  according  to   lsl!,ni1'     Applying   U,  pirthas
IIOUX*.     Ul      lUUlIlICal   ,h,    religious   fervor   of  the   locality.   wllf"��   f^iin'l   containing   It
FOR   RENT.
'' ET���SI      LOOMED   COTTAGE.
Vacant   May   I,    Renl   $23.    Apply
���1- -   Hartco   jjtreet,  i venlngs,   be-
twei a  6 and  7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots In Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents .U per month. May
lease for siv monthe if tenanl
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
FOR   RENT���HOUSE  AND   1   LOTS
in Burnaby. near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
6 months if tennenl suits.
TO   RENT���ROOM   SUITABLE   FOB
gentleman.     Apply 205 Carnarvon
street.
TO LET COMFORTABLE ROOM
for n.ie or two ladles, close to car,
616 Hamilton sti eel. city.
Digby Electric Works
CEMETERIES  UNSANITARY,
SAYS   NEW   YORK   DIVINE
New York, March 29.���A crusade j
for abolition of cemeteries as unsan-1
Itary and ugly and forbidding, has
been begun by the Kev. Alexandei
Irvine, of the Fifth Avenue Church Ol
the Ascension. Mr. Irvine believes
that cemeteries "can be pul to better
use as places of cultivation or habitation that to allow vast acres to be
used for the burial of dead."
Mr. Irvine urges that bodies oughl
to be cremated. The cemeteries, he
thinks, might he well turned over to
real estate men and transformed into
building   lots,
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
Twenty years experience al lawns.
boulevards, sodding, grading and
pruning of all kinds. Satisfaction
iu ti anteed.   Oi dei b solicited.
$150 per acre buys 10 acres known as
Lot 14 in the northwest quarter of
Section 19, Township 2. Surrey.
E" 2 of S.W.i 4 Sec. 22, Tp. 2, Surrey;
7u acres on Newton toad close to
tram. $150 per acre.
$60 per acre buys 75 acres in Sec
tion 35, Langley. The Great Northern runs through this property, and
the soil is alder bo! torn,
$55 an acre buys 140 acres of good
land ai Langley Prairie: 25 acres
' leat ed; 100 fruit trees, small house,
good barn; ulce 111 earn rulining
through the pli e, with good troul
Ashing.
$500 per acre buys 9 acres facing on 1
Hjorth   road   In   Section   -l     near ;
Yale  1 nail, Sm ie;..
$400 per acre buys 9 acres facing on ;
Hjorth    road    in   section    21;   near
Yale 1 nail. Sui 1 ey.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada ana
Newfoundland, aud iu Loudon, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of th-
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
rpceived in sums of $1 and upward,
ind interest allowed at 3 per cent. p.��r
mntim  (present  rate).
..>���-.'   Asset.  0ver $168,000,000.00.
.-E.��    WESTMINSTER   ERANCH,
Q. D. BRTMNER, Msnager
more or less, and Ib ni'mted sloth-
west of Mare Island.
OLB LB .
SHERMAN H.FWD.
March 1��. 1910. Heiit
Comox Land DWict
District of Coast R��r^0i��.
Take   notice   that  C'.ai'S ,"ta
I Preston, of  Madrid. <..-<-��pattou to"
Brittany   the   tone   of   some   of ' ber.   intends  to  apply  for PeTm^}^
I Monslgnor Vlllard, Bishop of Zutun,
for Instance, simply adjures the faithful to "Choose a candidate who will
vote according to your beliefs in religious matters," while Monslgnor Ger-
! main, after recalling the desire of the
pope for a union of Catholics in the
elections admonishes them that they
! "must obey the directions of Unchurch
III      i.ini.iii i 111-     nine     i n     ,-,.i:iie     i 'i   ,-      --'    ��� ir--
the hishups' letters is extremely vlg- to  purchase  the  following fl"5���*
i orous.   Monslgnor Guerard, Bishop uplands: ,       .
: Coutances. after describing France as Commencing  at  a  pes'   ; - ya ��
the   prey   of   self-seeking   politicians the  west end  of Alder lsl��M  ��*
who   are  bringing   aboul   "universal lanjeet island ia the Carey group,�����
decomposition,"   closes:    "If   all   tin- raining -10 acres,  more or   ess. W
Catholics of France will unite at the plying for the whole island. *���1
coming elections they will 1*11 an end situated near the west end   il ��P
' to the crimes agalnsl religion and lib- our Island.                         **���.- ,v
erty which  the coalition of Judaism, ��� CHARLES WOjUAISTRIW ;>���
Freemasbnary and  Protestantism are SHERMAN H. F( k"
committing." March 10. 18��
160 acres of Section 7, Langley; 50
acres cleared: $19,000; 1-3 cash,
balance l. 2 and :; years.
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all-
facing city car line; also a coiner;
r��e-half cash.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line in Burnaby: near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash, balance to arrange.
! $350 per acre for nine acres off the
North mad on the Clarke road in
Coc|tiltlam: oni foul th ( ash; easy
terms on balance.
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near   tram.
Easy terms,   South Westminster.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good gaiden land suitable fur chicken  ranch;  on corner of two maiu
toads;   Lii'ii   Island.
Five  and  two acre  blocks  and    ctii-
<iffs.     Kasy   terms.
The man who wires your house places
everything electrically at your command. So place your orders with
us at once.
Columbia   St. Opp.  Tram Office
Phone No. 304
35 City Lots. Scott Una.I station.
$150, third cash, balance G, 12, and
IS months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.    Kasy terms.
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all cleared with ovei $'-' mm worth
of Improvements, having 27(i feel of
wati i frontage; situated on main
channel <>r the Fraser river, close
to Greal Noi them railway.
$450 will handle 2 12 acres, including
house and barn; running spring on
property: located ���n I'in river
road west of Praser the, mills;
on car line survey to mills.
120   Acres;   $.U0   per   acre;   close   In.
Good terms.
A Real Snap ��� Good till Thursday,
$115 per acre buys 20 neves of good
land on Scott road, and close in.
This has $15110' worth of timber
on It.
R. HARRIS & CO.
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall and Lavery Block
15 Acres; all under Crop; 8 cows,
horses and equipment; $.i000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132   Feet   on   Columbia   street,   New
Westminster; excellent view; dou- j
ble corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver; I
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
the bridge;   $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
S.W. 1 .section 25, Surrey; $125 per
acre; terms. Ynle road runs right
through this property,
Langley; 160 acres of good land having 2,000,000 feet of Rood cedar;
near  sawmills;   $i0  per acre,
Langley; 1 1-2 miles of water front
with 147 acres of good land on Hlv-
et- road; tbe Canadian Northern win
Purs through this property; $110 per
acre,
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
fanning hind In Surrey, une tnlie
from tt-iim line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
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PORTKELLS
240 acres subdivided into 5-acre blocks.
Each block has a frontage on a 66ft.
road. Price $100 per acre, $100 cash,
balance spread over 4 years.   -   -   -   -
NOTE: A $3000 structure is to be built
close to the above. The G. N. Ry.,
Cloverdale branch, runs through corner
of property.	
WILSON,  COOK  &  CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
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,ARCH  30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
You Can Make $12,000
in Sixty Days
By buying 80 acres on the Scott Road and Chilliwack tram line at Kennedy Station
three miles from this city.   This property is already sub-divided and ready for the
^Us the last big sub-division proposition close in, and both the soil and the location
will compel it to sell at a big profit.
PRICE, $300 PER ACRE, ONE QUARTER CASH, BALANCE EASY.
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S*�� oil quarter cash, balance arraneed.   Tins ,s a saap.
See Us for  SOUTH  WESTMINSTER PROPERTY
It is Our Specialty.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY' MARCH Jo, ,,.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Publi3. .
Ie.   pompany, Limited, ai their ":!ices
Coir.' r   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
worse than vexing, and the annoyance
is the more keenly felt because the
sufferer has no means of discovering
whose animal or animals perpetrated
the outrage upon his garden. Br/t
there should be some way of putting
a stop to this, if the council i8 sin-
icerely desirous of seeing New West>
<: minster becomes a city of homes, &1
place of beauty and df light, and in
consequence with that desire wish to
encourage residents to cultivate and
adorn the surroundings of their domiciles, then they ought to at bnfce ex;
ercise the powers they possess to
\\\- are glad to lean that there is a 'epislate in the direction thai will
good prospect of the efforts being Prevent the nocturnal ravages of
niade to establish a branch of the r��ai��ing dogs. A man cannot well
Y.M.C.A. in this city meeting with take the law imo llis own llilI1-'s in a
success. The movement has had the matter of this kind, and it is for the
valuable   support   of   several   of   our   council to afford the necessary protec-
most prominent citizens since its inl-   tlon-    If  "ie-v tio not then  ff'w 'w'ilr
have   the   heart   to  spend  time   and
Loose Tea Loses r iavour
��� deteriorates in quality and flavour before half
your last purchase is used up, mu
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WEDNESDAY,  MARCH  30
1910.
THE
Y.   M.  C.   A.
INSTITUTE.
COMPANY, Ltd.
Tea, in its sealed lead packages, always has a delightful freshness. You buy it in pound or half-pound
packets from your grocer just as you require it.
Besides, you know, "SALADA"' was picked just
fifteen weeks ago in Ceylon.
 Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40o, 50cv 60c asd 70c per lb.
a���be���aw ����� fai���s
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tiation a few months ago. and an experienced organiser is now devoting
his energies to the completion of the
work so well begun. In a short while
it is hoped that the position of a,f-
fairs will be iniiie favourable for the
establishment of the Bociety and the
erection of a suitable dub house.
The great usefulness and general
excel! nee of ;������ V.m.c.a, institute has
beci me rei ognisi d I hi oughout the
English speaking world, and it is
certain that one of these Institutions
will supply a wain tbat has long bi Q
felt by the young nan in this city.
I P to the present there has been no
centre where young fellows could
spenil their leisure hours pleasantly
or profitably, and thereby many have
doubtless been drawn to take advantage of places and circumstances with
a more or less evil influence attached
to them. In these days of enlightenment and progress this should not
be.    It is because the proposed insti-
tnoni :���" in creating beatiful gardens,
and the reputation of New Westminster as a city of homes will suffer in
���   ���   equ< nee.
TROUBLE EXPECTED
ON WESTERN LINES
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C.
P. R. and C. N. R. Employees Anxious for Bigger Pay--Threaten Strike.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has bi en made to regis ter the Coi por-
ation of the Township or District of
m.pioy as the owner in fee simple, un-
i: 'i a i '. Sale Deed from the Reeve
.ni i'.oik of the Corporation of the
'lowns-1 ip or District of Surrey to the
Corp 31 ai'en of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dales of the
21sl   day  of October, A.D.,  1905 and
31st   day of  December, A.D.. 1901, of   federated   mechanical   trades
all  and   singular  that  certain   parcel   two roads.
or tract of land and premises Bituate      The C. P. R
lying and being in the District of New
Winnipeg, March 29.���Trouble is
again In sight for the Canadian Pacific railway with iis western me- th
chanics, and this time the Canadian
Northern mechanics are allied with
them, and ii is jusi possible that very
serious trouble may occur in the immediate future between the C. P. R.
and C. X. R. on the one hand and the
ol    tin
making   it   the   highest   schedule   for   jjjj
similar work  in  Canada.
The 0 P. R. mon had a protracted   '���$
meeting   on    Saturday    evening,    at   ^
_: i< ii   the   whole   question   was   dis   '���'
ed carefully, and there was unani-  ���
.  ,i, termination   to   Btand  out foi
the proposed schedule.   The C. N. K-  j��;
anics met   last   evening and  ar-  f:
I at a similar decision. The schi d   J
ules   have  already   been   laid   befon
officials of the roads, but no an
.     ���   emi nt  has  yi t  been   :
:tion   contemplat( A.     Men   ���
are close In touch  with the situ
.    ; the opinion that a great strike
wbicli would mean a  fight  to tbe  fin-
���. tween the railways and organ-
ibor, is not  improbable durinj
coming summer.
The unions are
better organized than they  were two
years   ago  and   should   a   Btl Ike   OCCUr
it would be a decisive Btruggle.
CONSERVATIVE SPLIT.
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mechanics have been
Club Lafontalne Is Not Satisfied With
R.  L.   Borden.
Montreal, March  29.���A  good  deal
lie Per Yard'
tute will  offer all  the advantages of   Westminster, in the Province of Brit
a first-class club and recreation centre that it will be generally welcomed. This institute- will also form a
convenient place for meetings and
asemblies of a social character, and a
centre of enquiry and information for
yo .ng men arriving as strangers in
the city.
H is intended that the club house
shall provide forty bed rooms, for the
use of youths not having any permanent jiome in the city, a roomy swimming bath, a well equipped gymnasium, library and reading room, recreation room. etc.   The cost of the build-
ish Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 in subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
E north, range 2 west; lots 8 to IT,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to L'l. inclusive, hlock 14 of southeast  quarter  section   4,   township  9;
ing  and   its  equipment  is  estimated   er section 4. township 9;  lots IS, 19,
at $45,000.   It is to be hoped that the   block  2  of southeast  quarter section
dissatisfie.l with the schedule of ' of quiet talk is going on in .Montreal
wages wliich was agreed upon after !political circles regarding a meeting
the big strike of 1908. This schedule of the Club Lafontalne, the big
is practically the same as that in French Conservative club of the city,
vogue on the C. X. R., wliich was ar- which was held last night, at which
rived at by arbitration during the it is understood frank talk was in-
same y .ar. The boilermakers are dulged in with regard to R. L. Bor-
also included in the trouble, and Will den as leader of tbe party, especially
demand a substantial increase, which ' since his split with Mr. Monk, the
will put them on a par with other Quebec leader, over the naval policy,
lots  5,6,  and  7.  in  subdivision  22 .ot  trades. It is said that no definite action was
section lfi, block 5, north range 2, The men will demand the minimum decided upon, nor was i; determined
west; lots 22 and 22, in subdivision schedule of 45 cents an hour for me- to send a delegation to the Conserva-
23 of section lfi, block 5. north range chanics and similar trades, which is tive convention, wliich is expected to
2, west:  lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, fi, 7, S, 11,   an  increase  of 2  1-2 cents per hour,   be held at Ottawa about June 15.
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots ' 	
2 to 6 .inclusive, block 14 of southeast quarter section 4. township 9;
lot :.. block 3 of lot 387A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A. group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quart-
NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
4.   township   9;   lot   22,   block   16   of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 519; lot 23, block lfi of south-
:.   which once set  goii - | quarter section 4 township 9.
citizens  will  afford   generous   aid   ti
wards thi establishment of this splen-
Paid  Up Capital    $2,200,000
Authorized   Capital    $6,000,000
President
K.C.M.G.,
General  Manauci
Sir   D.   H.   McMillan.
will   pi be   self-supporting.
THE   DOGS   AGAIN.
Hope mounted high in the breasts
of those  citizens  who  bad  been  victims of  the sundry forms  of  annoy-   the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
anee   perpetrated   by   vagrant     dogs   days from  thi    lay ol  the  first   pub
Vou and those claiming through or
under yon and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by vir-
��� ti of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
when the city council Issued an edict
for the more stringent observance nf
the pound law and tag dues, a f' w
weel's ago. True, there has been some
diminution In the number of wandering, thieving, destructive canines
since   the  aforesaid   order   went   into
lication of this notice upon you. and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
i. d, or In defaull of redemption
before registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
, Campbell.
Bill of Exchange, Drafts and Orders on all Countries bought and sold.
Canadian  Bankers' Association   Money   Orders
sold.
Collections made in all parts of Canada, and in
foreign countries.
$1.00 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
i
ify, t*v->a*n'Bt m
A shipment  of English  1'iints    (1,346   yards   in  all
at   this extremely  low  figure.    '_
This lot was refused by a Vancouver wholesale house and thrown
on the hands of the railway company,  who  disposed , ��� j
at a liberal discount  off the regular price.
This is your opportunity���do not put off until the I ���.-:' of these
are gone.    COME EARLY.    Comprised   of   Navy   and   White, Black
and White. Civy and While, Red and  White���in   dots ai !
terns; also a number of light ground   with   various   colored designs.
Reg. lac Print  (31 to 32 inches wide).    Now on Sale, per yd 11c
A Snap
J.  E.  HAWKSHAW. Manager
New   Westminster   Branch
.
effect, but there are yet a goodly num- Township  or   Distrlcl   of   Surrey   as
hor of these troublesome quadrupeds owner thereof in  fee.   And I hereby',
at  large I order that  publication of this notice j
T   ,  .       . for thirty days in a daily newspaper '
Judging  from   reports,   that     bave publi8bed   in   New   Westminster   will
reached   us. It  would  seem that  dog |,e good and sufficient service thereof, j
owners,   whilst  careful   to  keep   their Dated  at   the  Land  Registry  Office, I
animals   within,   bounds   during -tho N'"w Westminster. Province of British 1
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller. William A. Mcl'al-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret <; Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
llosklng, Hugh T. Crossley, John E,
Hunt' r.
TENDERS  FOR   SUPPLIES.
a BCratch il is haul lo determine,
but sure il Is thai such a spot has
quite a si rung attraction tor them.
We know of nothing more annoying to
the  house  owner   who  lakes   a   pride
day time are taking advantage of the
cover of the night's darkness to release their pets and send them out
wild and unrestrained upon the high- !
ways and byways of the city. Owners
of minions an- suffering in conae-
'1'ione. There Is one thing for which
a roaming dog has a peculiar propensity, and that is to kick his heels,
��� ' ercise   bis  paws   and  scratch,   ids
back    in    a    well    kept       flower       bed. '
Whether it is the pleasant soilness
of the tilled earth, or a spii it ol rollicking  fun, or  nn re cussedness, or
whether ii is oui of sheer malice that
our  canine  friends  select   one's   most
treasured   flower   bed  for  a   roll   and        ,.,,.,, ~~~ I
l SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster, I
B. Ci and endorsed on the envelope
"Tender for Supplies" will be received
up to noon of Monday, 11th day of
.<ipiil, 1910, for supplying Ship Chand- '
, lery, Hardware, Groceries, Meals and
in his garden than to find upon his.Coal, required for the use of the He-I
matutinal saunter through his treas- partmenl of Public Works at New j
ureil   plants   and   borders,   that   BOme   Westminster.   B,   C,   until   March   31, '
sportive   dog   wrought     cruel      havoc , 193LV , ,    ,
,,        ,     , ,  ... ,    , lhe  supplies furnished  must   be  of
anion.,  the plants and  dowers during   t,,0 ���f,s,  "^ of ,,���.���. ^.^ 1(in(ls j
thJ night. ;.IIHi must be delivered at the Govern-
Residents in  Now  Westminster are   ment    wharf,   New   Westminster,     or;
suffering considerably from this kind : where specified  in the form of Ten-
of thing just now.    Complaints  have ,l'','.,',     ,.        .���    . .,       , . .
1 I     I he  Department reserves the right
reached us from various parts of the (to accept the whole or part of any !
city.    Only a night, or two ago for In-   Tender.
the  beauty  of  what   was <1$- I     BVjrms of Tender may be obtained j
one of the model  at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department   ol   I'ubllc   Works,     New '
gardens of the city, at the corner of I Westminster   1!   C
Park How, formed and CUltivatetd with i    The lowest  or any Tender will not
lender care and at no small expense   necessarily be accepted,
by Mr. Silas Fader, was partly ruined \ ��' A- KKRFRR,
, ,,, ,,    ' Resident. Engineer.
by the sport of a posse of rollicking Department Of I'ubllc Works. New
dogs.; The soil for lhe flower beds Westminster, 11. (\, 24th March,
was bcatttered  and  scratched   in  all j    1910.
directions, and Bad damage done to a Newspapers Inserting this adver-
newly  laid lawn. tisement    without   authority   will   noi
Now ibis kind of tiling Is something   be paid for it.
Joseph Travers
Rentals, Real Estate
and  Farm Produce
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White, fieam   rink. Pale Blue,  Myrtle. Reseda,  Rose.
Grey, Cardinal, Turquoise and Mauve are the shades in this l ln<
Taffeta  Silk  Ribbon.    Special, per yd	
15c
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signed   to  become
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Phone-Office 304, House A611
767 Columbia Street New Westminstr: r, B. C.
8 Full ?:ze Lots
In Burnaby, beside cannery, all cleared,  price
$2250, 1-3 cash, balance 6,  12 and 18 months.
2 Lots on Edinburgh Street
near 12th street, all cleared, $1250 for the two,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
7 Roomed House and Two
Full Size Lots
for $2800, on easy terms, close to car line.
6 Room Modern House
on 5th avenue, price $2350, $60o cash, balance
to arrange.
5 Room Cottage
on 6th avenue, lot all cleared, price $1700, on
very easy terms.
TO RENT
2 Modern Houses Close to City
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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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Watches.
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
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EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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rCH  30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE KlVJfi.
Ior SENT shiver
0 SPOiil WORLD
Jeffries   Had
Ik n His Arm is Dis
Lby Later Despatch
ONLY ONE REFEHEE FOR
LACROSSE GAMES THIS YEAR
That
ii
Annual  Meeting of B. C. L. A. Makes
Important Change in Rules���Residence   Law   Altered.
29.-11 is iii-
circles here that
fell   off   a   Wilson
-Uolave
I ��8eleS   ln��
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' .,���  mountains near
hunting '��       ,���,,!<,,   bis   arm.
bar" ".���.���.,���  verified.
Ipoit ^S_^L-
,. ,.,i, Cal.,  March
l>;tlll. rames J. Jeffrie.
|etuW     ii,-ni accident while
InM'1'1;'!;.'.,,!   unlay   when
(, "��s '    automobile   stage
pWf��� from the desert  and
nneilist was enjoy-
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lW. o MEN AGAIN
St LOCAL   BILL.ARDISTS
ter billiard play-
I 0 defeat before
Lai en  in   VanC��U
B�� dve   men   were
lorltles.    Granl
being beaten by
Gordon   Rob-
lie    and    Brown,
whjle the local
Gram   ITS: Andeberg, 160,
The B, ('. L. A held Its annual
meeting in Vancouver yesterday, The
referee question was finally settled
after a long debate by providing that
only one official be allowed to govern a game, this doing away with
the judge of play, lt was decided
to have outside referees and two offl-
c-ial referees, with two alternates, will
be chosen, Three of these will probably he C. Cullen and E. W. Ditch-
burn, of Victoria, and II. Wilson, of
Ladner.
The ten-day residence rule was
adopted, but if more than one Vancouver team enters the league, the
nventy-one-day rule will apply. This
will prevent players switching from
(one city team to another without some
notice.
The word "amateur" was dropped
from the name of the association.
Many  other  Important   matters  wre
discussed.
The delegates from hen. wi re \.
Cray. ('. A. Welsh. . . .1. Lynch, VV
McQuarrie and Nels Nelson.
SALE
BY OWNER
(fcOAAA cash down buys the best business prop-
tPaCWU erty on Begbie street; close to
Columbia, main street.    Balance very easy.
$�� f\ A cash down handles a 12 room modern fine
OUU double house, located at centre of city,
close to 6th street, rents at $30 per month. Price
now $2900.
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Belllngham, March 29.���"Billy" Sun-
da)     will    arrive in   Bellingham  on
April 17. one week later than expected, according  to advices received to-
I day by  Mr. Gill, his advance man.
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a0aaa cash down buys 200 acres of land, rich
,, &J&UUU black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
3 Mocks, facing Stave Lake Road   price only $16 per
acre    The timber itself is worth more,     lhe Stave
Lake Power Company is going to have car service
there in the very ne ir future.
[        A Choi
\     2 Acre Block
i (CORNER) j
j Situate in Lot 30, Block 5, j
j N. R. 2 west
\      (South Westminster)
I $1400���PRICE���$1400 j
1-3 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 Months
liles & Co I
a
organi ation meeting of the |
I srosae club  yes-
! Mayor  John   A.   Lee
��� ,      . president. Other
��� -ill i lected at a  meeting
^'U Tuesday,   B. P. Bast-1
L   egated to interview Aldei-
A  welsh with  reference to
If a dressing room
\   ... .  park  grandstand   dur-
f seaf '
IskTracT"war  ends.
I��� Man li 29.���The mandamus
^ recently started against
ilrectors of Haines to commit children of mixed
... . . Kaji field district has
i{ . ... i The Haines school
'.'..'.... admit the Fairfield
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C. S. News Office
Lacrosse Goods!
Baseball Goods
Fishing  Tackle
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Man Cabinet   Decided   On.
It March 29 ���Signor Lulgi Luz-1
| agriculture  In  the
j -v. b resigned on March 21,
[icticnUv .l.-cided upon the new
the ���formation   which   was
led to Mm by King Victor Emit will include the Marquis
foreign   minister,
| ���     ln 1906, four mem-
k_ \\\p GaMldi   ministry,   three
k\. pantano, who was
i,. lure   in   the  first
Jo ��� cars ago.
MOREY'S
Buy Early while
Stock is Complete
665���Columbia  Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
JSCEHME TO SEND
P>0OR LAW CHILDREN   HERE
Idon,  '��� Kingley   Pair-
ii K!   i lar,  is endeav-
cheme for eml-
ig pooi lldren   betweei
: ten   and  gi\>m-
bi ��� ��� location in agrl-
���; ,,,.   scheme   has
warmly taken  ip by the Colonial
al Oxfo d ai I   the  support   ol
tents gi London has heen
ned     Sir   Edward    Grey    has
Id 50,000 acres in Newfoundland.
|OM0BILE  ON   FIRE
ALARMS   NEIGHBORHOOD
itorla,  Mai      29.���About   seven
* mi  Saturday   night   an  auto- j
Itowned bj  Aruiliur Lee, of the I
of Lei   ,v.  Fraser, caught fire on
tamond road, near the Isolation
ital. |
eflami       the burning gasoline .
Ie a consldi rable reflection and :
?ht out the fire brigade. The
�� �� i turned In from box 117 at
Royal Ji bllee hospital. The fire
Uot knowing what to expect, and
perhaps the hospital was on
went as tasl as the apparatus
tl I'. drP m to the scene with j
:' ..   Ot the brigade.
'"��� '! imi . . re extinguished by
application of the chemical engine.
11 OPpi ��� the hospital Mr. Lee
' ���' ' .1     nn   lung wrong with the
llHI" He found the gasoline had
pme Ignited, and the fire reaching
storage tank the machine burst
_ flame, Mr, Lee and llis friend
|kly left the machine. The total
t'd"t' la about $250.
Ready
Money
*   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety in The Hank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
it. and ready when you need it,
and it  will be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
interest Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
What's the Use
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and tlie hens scratching
it all up?
What's tlie use of having hens
if you don't  keep them  home.
Try   us   for   wire   netting  and
fencing.
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FORT GEORGE is on the main line of the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY.
FORT  GEORGE  is  the  geographical   and   strategic   commercial
centre of CENTRAL  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
FORT GEORGE is at the junction of three mighty waterways
which are navigable for hundreds of miles north, south, east and
>vest. '
FORT GEORGE is at present the supply point for the whole of
CENTRAL  BRITISH  COLUMBIA, and WILL remain so.
There were about 4000 lots in the TOWNSITE, and one-third of
them are owned by the PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, and
over  TWO-THIRDS of the balance have been SOLD. I
Bring  in $10 and secure  a   lot.    No  interest  and  no taxes until   4
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if vou do vou will f'nd *?'
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smallest after all.
Thc bigger loaf is one difference.
Easier assimilations of the
bread is another difference.
The sweeter flavor is a third
difference.
There arc other points or
diKce Any one ol them
worth the extra cost.
THE
Saskatchewan Flour
Mills Co., Ltd.
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Mil'ing   Company's  Wharf,  New  Westminster
With   Passengers    and   Freight   as    Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave  New  Westminster  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. in.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
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Sapperton Phone 373
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
jj, VBRYTH1NQ to gain and small chance to lose hy so doing.
PERSONS other than employees accidentally Injured about the premises Invariably sue for damages.
REGAltDUOSS  of  their  own  msi>onsihlllty for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you. even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business me^ can 111 afford to assume the risk O'
this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business Arms It
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go   to  law   means   loss   of   time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured. \
0}JLY Insurance against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy   in  the   Railway   Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
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If ever a city promised big advances in property values New Westminster does at
the present time. Never has there been cause for such increases as can now be looked
for. The reason is, substantial industrial and agricultural development all about us.
In a year from now be able to say, "I bought", not "I could have bought". Had you
picked up the things you "could have bought" in the last ten years you d be wealthy.
Don't stick to a system that has failed you,���BUY.
Two Fourth St Lots, $1300
Two fine lots on 4th Street just above 7th Ave., cleared, ploughed, fenced and well
drained, close to carline.   $525 CASH.
Seventh St. Lot, $1000
Lot on 7th street just above 5th Ave., facing down Belmont street and close to
carline, easily cleared.   This is a bargain for the money.   ONE THIRD CASH.
2 Agnes St.] Lots, $2000
These two lots are all cleared and have excellent view of the river and valley.
Here is a homesite that deserves the consideration "of every man looking for a good
location.   ONE THIRD CASH.
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Seventh Ave.  Lot, $700
This lot is near 6th street and is partly cleared and well drained,
sold quickly or will be withdrawn.    ONE THIRD CASH.
This must be
Eighth St Lots Cheap
Three lots on 8th street near Hamilton street, nearly all cleared.    Two are inside
and the other on a corner, the former are $700, the latter $800.    ONE THIRD CASH.
A Great  Bargain at White Rock
This is 160 acres of good fertile land close to the centre of the great activity now
going on at this important point on the C. N. R. In the near future this tract will be
a part of the town proper. Perhaps you haven't heard of White Rock: This is the
point on the C.N.R. where all the transfering will be done relative to the C. N. R.
traffic to and from Vancouver Island. This feature has attracted large capital from
all parts of the world. This tract of land is infinite in possibilities. The whole 160
Acres for $60 an acre, quarter Cash.
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MARCH 30, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Land District.
ge
Houcbcn, of
ISP! ss Ran?-8 0ne-
I notice tU'1        er   intcn(is  to
^Sfilon to Purchase .the
^escribed lands:
liondns :" ���'
ba5 �� ""'
,laml. at tbe ���
"island, con
Apply1"
t iess.
post planted In
south shore o-fl
.K, point of Har-
inlng 20 acres,
.; for the whole
,, VI \' 110UCHEN.
gHERMAN H. FOrtD,
1910.
Agent.
t comer (
island, tb?"'"
,     ,x uand District.
|C,S Coast Range One.
.    tbat ,i   in Peterson, of
V, occupation carpenter, ln-
Llv for V "-mission to pur-
l WBofUW described lands:
��'t, a Post planted at
������   "*5t1. 8BS��6, on Mid-
following said
,|!p vest and north to
tieoce   following    shore
MBll,erly,   easterly,   north-
' westerly to point of   com-
L,nl:  containing    200   acres,
IeSS' joilN PETERSON.
SHERM W H. FORD,
Agent.
Comox Land District.
fjct of Coast Range One.
��� Gi orge Philips, of
lion   baker,   In-
lisslim to pur-
cribed lands:
posi   planted   at
ol   T.L.   27243    ou
Island   tin   ce following line
west, north and
bore; tin i   c following shore
northerly,    and
; commencement;
Ig 300 more or ifss.
LGE PHILIPS.
SHERM \N II. FORD,
Agent.
IComox Land District.
���riot of Coast Range One.
���notice that Joseph Storms, of
|i :: fai mer. intends to
��� permission to purchase the
described lands:
fencing at a post planted  in
I j   D west shore of Triangle
Applying for   the   who.e   ls-
J>n Mining 40  acres,   more   or
fuated south of Crib Island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN H. FOKD,
.0 1910. Agent.
NOTICE   TO  CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shafting,   Cranes,   Air  Compressors, Etc.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope 'Tender tor .Machines and
Tools,' 'Tender fur Leather Bexting,'
etc, etc., as the case may he, will be
received at tlie ollice of the Commissioners of Un Transcontinental Kail-
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until L2
o'clock noon of the 12th day of April.
1910, for:
(1J  .Machines and tools;
(2) Leather  belling;
(3) Shafting,   hangers,   steel   1'i'aim
work, etc.;
(I) Miscellaneous   equipment,    In-1
dust rial track and lockers;
(6) .Motors;
Ui) Furnaces and forges;
(7) Cranes;
(&) Air compressors;
(9) Grey   iron   foundry   equipment
and brass foundry equipment;
required for the equipment of the locomotive and other simps ol the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway ai Springfield, east of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Tenders will be n ceived and considered for any or all of the items Indicated above and numbered from 1
to 9, both Inclusive.
Plans and specifications may be
s'en in the office of the Chief Engineer of the Commissioners al Ottawa. Mr, Gordon Grant, and in the
office of the Districi Engineers of
the Commissioners at St. Boniface,
Man., Mr. S. R. Poulin.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not. be considered unless
made <in the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may he
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
��� Engineer at. St. Boniface. Man.
Each tender must be signed and
| sealed by all the parties to the ten-
ider, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
; Canada, payable to the order of the
Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Railway for a sum equai to ten
ATTRIBUTES CRIME
.FRENCH PEASANTS HAVE     ;
TO USE OF STEAM     EVEN SHARE OF WEALTH !
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Remarkable    Explanation    Given
Criminologist for Depravity
of  Children.
by
Average   Frenchman   or Woman   Over
Forty Years of Age Posseses More
Money Than Other Nationalities.
Mil
hi.    March    29.���Prof.    Enrico '
Ecu i, Lombroso's most Illustrious dis-
clP'e hi  criminal anthropology, in a
lecture here, attributed the alarming!
growth   of  child   crime   in  Italy    to j
sti am.
Discussing modern industrialism in
relation   to   Mouthful   crime,   he   ex-
J pressed his conviction that the break-
Ing  up of family life, degenaracy of ,
the male physique, the engulfment of
women  and  children in  "white slavery"  and  other  evils were traceable '
in the use of steam power.
This appalling state of things, he
said,  was  destined  to disappear  with
[the coming reign of electricity, which
I would  be  universal  when,  as science j
Inn saw,  man  had discovered  how  to
| convert the heat of the sun by direct
means into electrical energy,
lie   said   that   already   in   parts   of
Ithe  l'nited States and  Belgium  sew-
! ing machine work in factories had
been abolished and women were able
to work shorter hours in their own
unices with madii.es driven by electricity.
Within a few vears progressive
governmi ms would be able to shorten
the working time of those employed
in Industrial occupations, an.l what
was si ill more imperative from the
criminological  standpoint,  to abolish
! night work.
Paris, .MaVch 29.���According to M.
lleriillon, Prance is one of the richest
countries in Europe, and, moreover,
the one in which wealth is best di- ���
vided. Three, he says, out of every
four Frenchmen or women possess
some property when they reach the ',
age of fifty.
It is true that in most cases the
amount is small, but. its existence
shows that the owner is not in actual :
want, and that his life has. on the
whole .been frugal and thrifty. On
an average a Frenchman or woman of
more than forty possesses $1,350, and |
though in some European countries
the average may be higher, the wealth
is not so evenly distributed.
Taking as a standard the number Of
successions of from $2iih0 to $2500
for every thousand deaths of persons
over forty in France they amount to
SG4, while ir. Holland tiie figure is
only 218 .an.l in wealthy England it
falls to 186. Thus ihe percentage of
middle-aged and old persons who die
in France possessed of some little
means neither poverty nor riches, is
almost exactly double what it is England.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
We Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
���MR VMBBBMBMI
THE
CLEANUP   DAY.
Big
Population of Spokane Plans
Cleaning in April.
Seventy thousand men, women and
grownup hoys and girls, or half the
population of Spokane, have been enlisted by the One Hundred and Fifty
Thousand club to participate in the
fourth annual cleaning day, the date
for which will be fixed at the next
meeting of the organization. C. Herbert Moore, formerly mayor of Spok-
i ane. who receutly assumed the otlice
per cent (in per cent) of the amount | q[ presIdent ,uld general-manager of
of the tender. thp  organization  without salary    for
Any person whose tender is accept- a yeari wU1 llave 550 captains of brl-
ed shall within ten days after the ac- j,;i"ti,.s ltl the field within two weeks
ceptance thereof sign the contract, (0 organise the various squads for ac-
specifications   and  other    documents   tive work.
required to be signed, and ln any case t Mayor Nelson S. Pratt will declare
of refusal or failure on the part of a civic holiday early In April, when
tha  party   whose  tender  is  accepted   manufacturing,    wholesale and retail
IComox Land District.
Irict of Coast Range One.
I notice thai  John  Eikens,  of
on butcher, intends to
1 permission ot purchase the
! described lands:
icli -��� :��� a post planted at
lol Cedar island, contalmlng      .    . ,������,,,
more or less.    Applying for .missloneri as liquidated damages for
lie isiand. which  is  situated   a,lch  r<;fusal or f,allure-  ani1 "'  con;
fest end ol  lidaummer island. \***~* ris'"8 acquired by the accept-
auce of the tender shall be forfeited.
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, tbe said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Corn-
concerns will donate the use of their
teams and vehicles to haul the garb-
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of ail and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any interest in the said
land by virtue of an unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the cialm of the tax purchaser
GRANVILLE REALTY CO.
|      21 09 Granville St.
t   Phone R4949       Vancouver, B.C,   |
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TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and specifications can be seen at St.
Louis college, A. A. Lavery and
Small and Bucklin's office.
FATHER O'BOYLK.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
JOHN EIKENS.
BHERMAN H, FORD,
Agent.
IComox Land District.
Irict of Coast Range One.
(;        thai Guj   Johnson,  of
r is maker, in-
Blon to pur-
ip following di scribed lands:
enciiig al ��� planted ln a
Of Pearl Isle north Island in the Indian
' res, more   or
I' ' ' whole is,and.
t e west end of
'slind.    GUY  .10I1NSON.
SHERM \N H. FORD,
Agent.   Ottawa
Tlie chequed deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will ba
deposited to the credit of the Re-
cefver General of Canada as security
Tor the due and faithful performance
of the contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject amy
or all tenders.
Bv  order,
p. B. RYAN.
Secretary.   The   Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway
March 2. 1910.
within forty-five days from the date
age to the incinerating plant, while 0f th. service of this notice upo" yo.
the combustible material Will be de-i and in default of a caveat or >*rtf-
stroyed in less frequented Btree|| a cate of Us pendens being filed with*
and vacant lots. Three thousand sucii period, or in default of redemp-
members of the One Hundred and Fit- ticn before registration, you and each
iv Thousand club wilt assist in the 0( you y,\\\ be forever estopped aad
yearly house cleaning, which work is I debarred from setting up any claim
to be completed in twenty-four hours, ' t0 or jn respect of the said land,
after which 10,000 pupils from the and T shall register George Troughten
two high and twenty-six grade schools   as owner thereof in fee.   And I here-
will plant flower and grass seeds and
I set out shade trees, vines and shrubs,
under the direction of the city beautiful committee of the organization.
"We had more than 50,000 persons
at work last spring." said Mildred
Simmons, secretary of the club, "and
al the close of the day Spokane look-
! ed as neat and clean as a new pin.
Every part of the city was covered by
I volunteer__eorkers and the entire plan
was carried out without the expenditure of a penny either by the club or
the city."
by order that publication of this notice for thirty days in a daily newspaper published In New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of Mareh,
A. D. 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry. John
Dnu.'ns   AleTau^er G. Mncfsr'Mie.
FOR SALE
Ten Acres in Surrey
Good soil, improved, buildings, fruit trees, etc., 3
miles from the Westminster bridge; near the proposed New Railway City.
$400 per Acre
1-3 cash, balance 9 and 18 months at 7 per cent.
ap*       D. D. BOURKE
New Westminster Phone R482
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Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
URREY
PECIALS
10 acres in Sec. 34, with good barn and
houseat$425.~Snap.
11 acres in South Westminster, right on the
tr��'n at $900.
6 acres at $550 per acre. This is worth
?1000 per acre.
80 acres in Section 34, N. E. 1-4 at $250.
Two 4 acre tracts in Lot 5, right beside B.
u E. R. New Shops and Freight Sheds. The
Price is right.   See us to-day.
CITY
PROPERTY
Lot on Carnarvon, near 4th, north side, 66 x
132, cleared, only $3000.
3 large lots close to new school at Sapperton
for $350 each for a few days.
5 roomed house on 5 cleared lots, containing
two corners on 1st street, $1800.
Some Splendid
Burnaby Propositions
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Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. 645  COLUMBIA STREET.
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SURREY
Eighty acres on Yale Road in
Section 25, $125 per acre; 1-4 cash,
| balance 6,12 and 18 months.
Occident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
Kellington Brothers
one 680
P.O. Box 40
|       Thirty acres, partly cleared, in
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i south 1-2 of south east 1-4 of Sec-
I tion 36, $3500; 1-4 cash, balance 6,
112 and 18 months.
W. S. ROSE
745 Columbia Street
Phone 655
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
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Paints
Wear on the Job.   Not off
"GUARANTEED"
Sole Agents.
Anderson
& Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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STOVES
If you are in need of a now   ���
stove or range call and see our   ���
lines.   Our goods are first class   *
and prices right down.
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HARDMAN     BLOCK.   ���
Phone 281 $
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HARDMAN'S
THE ROAD
TO SUCCESS
In nny business is Competency and
to he competent requires special
training.
We give special training in Gregg
Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Accounting accompanied
hy   tlie   allied   commercial   subjects.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
610   Columbia St.
A.  L. BCUCK,  Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond witli those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Pald-Up    .  5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets   70,000,000
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. RHU"��"F   Manager.
LyjiiMitiiW1
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Do not hook your passage without
seeing us first.   Our system of handling tickets from the old    Country
will save you money.
For dates ami rates apply
ED. OOULBT,
C.P.R. Agent,
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea for Ladl*a from 112./:
op.
Silver Watches, gents' onen face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watchvs.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard BlocV. New Westminster
CITY NEWS
See the carpets at Fal����, **
John Lovell, the man who was arrested on a charge of forgery ln Detroit a few weeks ago. and who passed
a forged cheque on the Westminster
Trust company heie last fall, ls being
brought to Seattle to face similar
charges preferred against him In that
city.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.      **
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hilton, of
Victoria, were passengers on the easf-
bound train from Vancouver on Saturday leaving on an extended trip to
Europe. Mrs. Hilton was formerly
Miss Stella Grant, of this city. Quite
a number of friends and relatives
were at the station to wish them bon
voyage.
Ladies, our show window will be
lighted every evening this week. The
latest in foot-wear, as shown In New
York, is here. W. E. Sinclair, the
shoe man. **
Judge and Mrs. W. Norman Bole
leave today for Europe. The judge
goes on business to London, Dublin
and Edinburgh, but expects to have
a pleasure trip after his business engagements have been disposed of, so
as to be able to visit some of the
European capitals, returning home ln
the fall.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at tlie Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from 12 to 2, with quick
service.
Fales' for furniture, Agnes St.      **
A. Le I,ion, tlie man who was injured in tlie row at Pitt Meadows a
week ago. will not be able to appear
in court today, when Ford will he
brought up for trial. Tlie case will
probably be postponed.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 74fi, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. **
The funeral of the late Mrs. John
Lamble took place yesterday to the
Boundary Bay cemetery at Ladner,
Rev.  Hastie  officiating.
Got any papering and patining to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
Tlie secretary of the board of trade
is being deluged with all kinds of Inquiries these days. He received seven
or eight letters yesterday, most of
them from agricultural settlers but
one or two from persons interested
in manufacturing.
Ladles,���See tlie latest in New-
York styles at Sinclair's. **
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
&. Kennedy. Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
J. W. Pike, of Vancouver, has been
awarded the contract for building the
Sumas section of the new B. C. E. R.
line to Chilliwack. This section of
the line, about flve miles in length,
is the most difficult portion of the
road to build on account of the Immense amount of piling that has to
he done. Machinery specially for the
work has been ordered from Jamieson
& Son. whose representative, Stuart
A. Taylor, was in the city yesterday.
Look over the mattings.    Still
'em; 20c yard.   Fales.
L4YING OF SIDEWALKS
GOING ON SATISFACTORILY
Perilous   Pedestrianism   Will   Not   Be
Compulsory  on   Columbia   Street
Long���Double  Track  Progress.
Just as everyone in the city is becoming expert plank walkers and
have, so to speak, found plank legs
as well as the happy knack of dodging
a startled six by two, when someone
has slipped on its loose end, and have
in fact, served a fair apprenticeship
for tight rope walking and obstacle
racing, the cause of their education,
along these lines is being removed, or
in other words the pink pavement is
peaceably plodding its perilous paths
through the city preclnts.
Already it is laid as far as Lorne
street on the north side of Columbia
and is wending its way not far behind
on the south side. A few weeks
should see the planks removed, the
barricades torn down and the citizens
strolling at their ease along a street
��� that will be a credit to them.
"One curious thing about the pavement is," said a wag gazing pensively at it yesterday afternoon, "that
when it's green it's red; when it
ceases to be green it will be pale
pink."
lt takes a little working out, but
it's all right. He might have added,
that when it's done it won't be brown.
Though the new double track is not
keeping pace with the sidewalks, it
is coming along a good second, and
is now up to Alexander street, whilst
levelling is going on far ahead. As
soon as the new line, now under construction is completed the shifting of
tlie old one will not take long.
SALT LAKE  IN STORM'C GRIP.
Ogden, Utah, March 20.���Tho worst
j storm experienced on the Great Salt
lake since the construction of the
railroad across the lake today churned
the waters into a maelstrom and sent
the waves of great height over the
embankments of the Ogden-Lucin cutoff, washing out part of the east and
west approaches to the bridge and
causing a tleup of all t raff is on the
Southern Pacific for an indefinite period. The railroad officials expect to
announce this afternoon whether the
damage is repairable so as to permit
of the resumption of traffic without
long interruption. The velocity of tlie
wind exceeded seventy miles an hour.
got
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Alterations in the Royal Cafe are
to be started today. The work of
changing to the floor overhead will
be carried through as quickly as possible, and will not inconvenience the
diners. Messrs Seabold and Jones,
the new proprietors, intend making
their cafe one of tlie best in tlie city.
They havp just, wired for a much
larger cooking range from Victoria,
wliich will greatly facilitate matters
in  the  kitchen.
Loeal grown plants and flowers,
fresh e��ery day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. ���*
South    Westminster    property    is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call ln and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Easter Special
97 Piece Green Decorated
Dinner Service
$12.00
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and se,l for the same.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
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For a Few Days Only
Special Snaps
AND WATERFRONTAGE
also some choice buys
I in Surrey
! F. J. HART & Col
|  LIMITED	
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march
COTTON
SUITINGS.
Smart am
Serviceabl
The Most Complete Showing in the Citj
There are many reasons why the new Cotton Suitings i
ing to make friends.
In the first place, they are  prettier than  ever
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patterns  and colorings are  novel   and   effective.
Slldl   "   '' * 1-ot*c' * .���   nf   tln.tn        t.liutnc        tw\n1tna       ..,.,,.  .
Ill
uch a diversity of them.   Linens,   poplins,   cotton       ilardi J
nany other pretty desirable textures are hen- m al mdan�� 1
Qualities are  if anything   a   trifle   superior   to , ,,. i
heretofore.    There ls a surprising amount  of weo
most delicate of them.
Prices  are   another  thing   which   will   help to  rr_i-e th^��
terials popular���they  are  extremely reasonable for ��uch
qualities. ��.w
��M
COTTON BENGALINES AND
PIQUES���New stripes in two-
tone effects; wide stripes, narrow stripes and plain colors;
per yard, 20 and 25c.
CROSS BAR DIMITIES AND
MUSLINS���15c to 50c per yard.
Fine Swiss and English Dimities in fine stripes and crossbar designs. Some are heavy
in weight, others are sheer and
exceptionally fine���in fact, every
weight of these barred muslins
is here. They will prove most
satisfactory for Children's
Dresses and Aprons. Women's
fine Summer Dresses, etc.
Shown mostly in white; per
yard, 15 to 50c.
COTTON FOULARDS ��� 35c
per yard.. A fine mercerized
cotton with all the finish and
wearing quality of silk. Ground
colors are Copenhagen Brown,
Navy, etc., with white spots
of various sizes;  per yard, 35c.
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS ��� 15
and 20c per yard. Hundreds of
patterns    in    27-lnch    England
Ginghams. New colorings in
these serviceable materials
keep them to tlie from as favorites for Children's Dresses,
Aprons, etc.
WHITE AND COLORED INDIAN HEAD SUITING���25c per
yard. Linen finished Cotton
Suiting, 36 inches wide; heavy,
strong and evenly woven; especially desirable for Tailored
Shirtwaist Suits; colors Pink,
Navy, Brown, Sky and Black
and white;  25c per yard.
300 PIECES OF BEST ENGLISH PRINTS ��� 15c per yard.
Year after year we stock the
same well known reliable English prints. They are here this
season in the old favorite spots
and stripes and new colorings
and designs.
JAPANESE COTTON CR8|
���20c  per  yard     ., |.|nch,
Cotton   Crepe   in   plain cd
such as Pink .ky. Fawn,Crea
Cardinal,   Grei n   B iwn, eta
also  shown   in  narrow sthpal
Guaranteed fast   olors.
FANCY CREPONS OR SEBl
SUCKER���Somi of the most I
attractive colorings are notice-1
able among I any newi��\
signs of thi.-. popular wa . Im
brie; white; also in many ne*I
raised stripes and crinkled |
weaves;  per yard. 20 to 35c.
4-INCH   WHITE l.AWN-2.
25,   and   30c   per  yard.   Fine
white   English  Lawns   N< tice I
the width and you at once reel-
Ize  what   an   . ���       -���   ������
the fact.    This ipectol "if ot
lawns is manufacture. jwf��ty |
free   of   dressing ll Jaamlfrs
well;   per yard. KS. ft ini^-
HOUSE FURNISHING HINTS���Housecleaning   will   probably   be the Important event of the��
hold for the next few weeks.    Our Housefurnlshing Department Is a regular information bureau te|   j
ing new and inexpensive Window Draperies..   Many   new  and attractive materials ami Ilxin^^ ^
display.
MADRAS CASEMENT AND
WINDOW DRAPERIES ��� Entirely new in design and coloring. Two tone Brown and
Cream Madras with black design; also same design In Old
Rose Green on dark green
ground. These are very rich
in appearance, 44 Indies wide;
per yard, 45c.
COLORED TASSELED EDGE
MADRAS���A nice combination
of Green, Black and Old Rose,
62 Indies wide; per yard, $1.00.
HEAVY  COLORED MA Hit AS
DRAPERIES -Suitable tor Arch
Drapes and Hall Curtains.
Handsome hold effects, BOfI attractive colorings features of
every piece. Black ground With
heavy floral design in Red and
Green; two-tone block pattern
In Green on Black Ground; also
heavy two-toned Cardinal striped design; all 52 Inches wide;
per  yard, 75c.
HALL OR LIBRARY MADRAS���An effective hall or library window muslin ls a Madras shown with Black Ground
and a conventional design In
Green; widtli 44 Inches; per
yard,  65c.
NARROW STRIPED MADRAS���Per yard, 75c. For bedroom windows these are very
appropriate and tasty. Ground
Is cream with stripes of blue
or green In light tones; 44
Inches wide;   per yard, 75c.
36-INCH DENIMS ANU Bl'H
LAPS���36-inch heavy and WI
weight Denims in Cardial
Green, Blown, Cadet Blue, W I
Green, Pink and Terra CotW
per yard, 35 and 40c.
36-INCH    BURLAP
colors, as Green, Rei
and Natural;  per yar
Wv��D
d, 35c.
FIGURED  BURLAP   S       j
���.r yard.
and Green grounds,  rtr '
35c.
NEW   STENCILED  BCRl��8
���A now Lot ol these ^'''"'
able Window Dial" rl
direct from the  mai   tactur����
In New York.   Designs andc(l
orings worked out In B
manner.    Ask  to se<
ttra
dirt
llll'lll-
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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