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INSURANCE
u/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
"meW WESTMINSTER.
in
LBI=E
1 ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
MlllOK 84.
NEW WESTMINSTER, I:. ('., WEDNEESDAY MORNINQ, APRIL 21, 1910.
W
MAYPOLtS
IED fOR fETE
gacGowan   Would
More   Children   a
^ce to Participate.
mus.c examinations.    ! MYSTERY OF SKELETON
Westminster   Will    Be    Local   Centre i
^^^^^jc    Locil   Ce
This  Year for  First  Time.
Examinations under the auspici
the  Associated   Board  of  the  I; y .|
Academy of Music and the Royal Ci I-1
lege of Music, London, Eng., will be i victoria Woman Be
m W ra BEEN SOLVED
AUSTRALIAN MINISTRY
TO BE FORMED ON FRIDAY
TEN PAGES
WASTE   STRAW   OF   FLAX.
PRICE . ���    E  CENTS.
held throughout Canada, Including
New Westminster, early in May. Thi
work bus so increased in Canada thai
ibis year two examiners are neces-
sary. The western section will be examined by F. DeG. English
receiving
ieves Bones Found'commonwealth Will Probably Assume
in   Sapperton   May   Be   Those
of  Her Son.
Will ME (IIPAIGN
AGAINST   .INK EVIL
Chief of Pollci   Uradi haw yi Bterday
received a letter Eroui Mi    ~
. fevl>���les instead of one
I/.K *********** "
______     ____
���tion mad7"brGowan_Mac.
'*,; tbi
^^^^^^^Who, after
iis training privately, held
appointments  us  organisl   al   Godal-
mlng parish church, 1886; al St. Ed- ��� of Victoria, asking foi
ward's  school,  Oxford,  in   1890, and j information cone
afterwards taking his degrees of Mus.
Bac, Oxford, 1893.   His other honors
i.iit    His proposal Is' and appointments Include the Fellow-
la8t       central pole as here-JBhlps of the Royal College of Organ-j since 1904
State Debts Under  Labor  Party's
Administration.
May Day committee
s. 10. Huou,!
nice  delinire
^^^^^^^Jbriiing   the   skeleton
found In Sapperton
thinks it in...  ,..._ , __ 	
son. from  whom she had not beard
, ,    week ago.   She
i) possibly bi' that of ber
(irlarge central pole as
Behave tour smaller
. ��ul , I, s0 that mo
fci/he ible to take par,
''WSS to meet with
the committee, but noth-
m__ was decided  and  It  was
J*? ,,t..i-i -I Qowan MacGowan
hy-'"'
ones lists   in   isss.   honorary   	
more or'the Royal College of Music in 1903,
and the examlnorshlp ol the Associated Board and the Royal College of
Organists  in   1906.
New Westminster, for the first tirm
In Its history, has been given a "local
centre"  for  these   musical   examinations by the Royal Academy,   Here-. auv
tofore, all candidates were obliged to  [ro
���   ��--        I"..ll/.n     Dm.    i n
  _-_-.   He had been working i.i
examiner  of j Field  and   Laggan  on   the  C.   P.   R
Melbourne, April 26.���The labor
party caucus assembles on Friday to
Choose a ministry. A rejection is certain of the proposed agreement under
which tbe Commonwealth should return annually to each state 25 shillings
per bead ol the population from tne
customs revenue.
The proposal that the Common-
take   over   the   state
Means of Manufacturing  It  Has  Been
Discovered.
Montreal,   April   26.���At     C.   P.   li.
headquarters today a statement was
given out that a  new discovery has!
been   made   In  connection    with  tbe i 	
treatment of the waste straw in flax. ' ,        ,
According to experiments which have   baSKatcheWan t
been continued for months, the straw i
I fibre   can   be   converted   Into     rope. |
tapestries, or any te\tlle fabrics. The ;
information now in the hands of the
! President  of   the    Canadian    Pacific i
I Railway Company establishes the factj
conclusively tbat there is no country!
'in the world so well adapted as Can-'     H-egum, n.���w. ���.   ��� _.���.     ^^
ada for the production of flax.    The   EalSn for temperance purposes is tc
temperature between 45 degrees and   bR  Started  by  the  social  and   moral
6a degrees north latitude is tbe finest  re*orm council of Saskatchewan next
for the growing of that cereal, and, i.i   "''""th   :md   wiU   be   continued   until
^^^^^^^ .. e Scene of
Long-Drawn-Out Attack
on Liquor Interests.
Regina, April  2d.���A  gigantic cam-
and, wrote last when he was leaving j wealth   should
(here.    He wrote that   lie  was going {debts is largely favored
to work his way down the
then   be   bad  not
...ast and
beea   heard
since    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
from.
He  was  a   man   about   6  feet  10
I Indus  in   height,   had   long  feature
! and one or two teeth  were
ll����� _ .     ...   Investigate   uuu    umis   D.v   liic   rvujrai   aa.  a, .��� ���     "-��� ���    '��.�����   �����.>.   "���    "�����   ���>��� 	
LWintemute      ��         Jcable     |,,,,,���,.  all candidates were obliged to [rom the lefl side of his jaw.
tbe scbeuae y     i        e(1 ^^       ^ Vancouver for examination. Rev. This description will not b.
" ?..  .would not be out J  S. Henderson, of St. Andrew's Pres- use  to the  police, as  the  t-
advertising ��   ,,,;���,,.���,..,. .,   j,;,...,,., ian church, bus granted the use ,|,<. skeleton  found bad ail i
missing
addition to this, the soil is particularity well adapted for its growth wherever It has been tried.
What Intensifies the Interest in the
discovery and enhances its value from
  a national   point   of   view   Is  the  fact
Leaves Four Babies on One Visit to 1 **.at flf wiU, n��w be more remnnor-
Virglnia Home. 'atlve tlm"  wheat" and ('i,n bs grown
STORK COMES IN FORCE.
: alive  iium   ��,,,-���,,  ���,,,.   	
I after   the   natural   chemicals   in   the
t
mill bi
and Chairman .!���
u were appointed to look af-
." 5J will interview Mam,
fcooarrle, of the B. C. E. R.,
In. some posters placed on
jSuver street cars and will
gg Btep8 ,.i give the celebrate publicity it deserves.
te route ol tbe procession was
Ld as tbe condition of Colum-
J ,,,, ,���. prognosticate, at
But time, and until a few days
Ky Day, there will be no del-
,   that   the   efforts!
...... .... .   ,       1  Tl      Till.
     be much
 ^^^^^^^^^^.  llse  ,u  tlie   l)olicL'>  iis   lhe  *******   o��
bvterlan church, has granted the use   the  skeleton
of the lecture hull for the "practical"
Staunton, Pa., April 26.���When the'a"?r. l,e  "*""" '" ,""       ,   .
Stork visited Mrs. William Rife here   f,oil  haJ'e ��eCon}e*w   exhausted   foi
today   it   left   four   children   in   the . the production of that cereal.
Rife home.   One of the little visitors
montu   aim   wn��   ���c   	
the night of December 12, when the
polls close and the large number ot
places voting will have decided for
or against the liquor trade.
Information to this effect was given
by C. B. Keenleyside, secretary of the
Saskatchewan association, who has-
charge of the work. In company witli.
Rev. G. Harmon James, associate secretary, he is mapping out the campaign   which   Is  to   be  waged.      Mr.
The   other
a    girl,    are
.it  . m- i-. . .<> -   I...,,
examinations and the public school
board bus given its commodious board
room for the "harmony" on the lirst
Wednesday in May.
INJUHEB MAN TRAMPS
the sueieton found bad all dropped died almost on arriva
out and there is nothing out of the. three, two boys andi - o^ --
common In his height. Chief Brad- do ng well as is the mothe., Wl cMB
shaw sent Mrs. Hood a copy of The'thirty yeai* o d. The WIM nave
Dally News of April 21, in which there  three other children, the oldest
is   a  full   list   of   the   articles found   years old.	
near the bones, and  Mrs. Hood may I " _R
be able to tell from that  whether it   SCRIP  SULU ^om|NAL   FIGURE
was lier son or not. j i
lt has been definitely settled that
.....     :      tl,..,     ..f    lJ.iljiiar
paign   which   ia   w	
I..   O.   Armstrong,    the    industrial   Jam,-JS recently resigned the pastorate
agent of the C. P. R., leaves tonight  ��r the Fllst  Baptist church  here to-
for  Satilt  Ste.   Marie,  where  he  will   engage   in  the  social  and   moral  re-
���^���       ,���     ,,,.���i���,r   form work.    He wlll  have charge ol
the campaign in ono end of the province.
open an Ontario campaign, urging
the farmers to devote all their energies to  the  grownig of flax.
Wishers to discuss
MINISTER  OF  FINANCE
WOULD SUBSIDIZE  DRYDOCK.
rnnli nn I tmnil Tn IITTl IB��  the skeleton  is not   that of Palmer,!    West   Selkirk,   Man.,   April   26.���
rKUM dKAMJUN lu UIIAWA ** l!��ik of Monueii1 c!e.k who i1* Theie
I appear. """
DI'llMi r.,      ..im..,       . - ,   _
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���     >s great dissatisfaction here he-
appeared   in   1902.    A  friend  of  his   cause  of  the  low  price   received  by
  , from  the  interior  has  examined  the   some natives for the scrip handed out
was reiiuncu   ���  1 remains of tbe shoes found, and says   by  the government.
|eto get bands to take part In the   Englishman Suffering From After Ef- they are not the light size for Palmer, I    It is surprising the rapidity    with
SBsion were meeting with  results; with   whom   he   was   Intimately   ac-   which some agents gain a knowledge
��� ���    ���-.���j   .,��� u.,.,i���       fects of Accident Endured Terrible ,   .   , ,    ,        .     . _. .     ,
I Qualnted. 'ol scrip issues.    They seem to know
lt is extremely improbable that the even before the beneficiary when scrip
remains are those of Hood, as there is likely to be banded out.
is only  one chance  in a hundred  of In consequence agents are ready to
lain   coming   here.       However   every pounce on the native and gobble it up
clue wliich may lead to the discovery at a sacrefice price before the holder
ol   the  ideality  of  the  skeleton   will has time or  thought enough to look
be probed. around.
'    Ottawa,   April   28.���Mr. Fielding  te
PRESS AGENT NUISANCE ST"""��� * """-���"'   ~
c I rl V
roauciiig  a. tuuiutu,
Ions relating to the drydocks subsidy.     The   main   provisions   remain
_ ^jie  BalEe   jjUt.   tiiere  are some  rear-
Leading   Newspaper   Men   of   States  rnngements of points of detail.    The
second   resolution   providing   for   the'
fects of Accident Endured Terrible
Hardships  on   Long   War*.
.probably tbe City Hand, the Bttgle
iudtif Haj ���������! Band will be
���ithe scene.    KiTorts   will   also   be, ^__^
Letohavi  lhe Boy's Brigade and
t Baden-Powell Boy   Scouts   from 26.-Suffering   Horn
LverUkepartintheproceBsiom        i.. wa   Apr ^^   ^
fTwilkle and J. T. Burnett were  the  enecu immigra,n who
Lctedto look after that pari ol  John K< lly.an j ^ ^ employedj
fcprogram. ' ","'"
WIP   Consider  Plans to  Prevent
Less   of   Advertising.
liau  ior  ovei   a  .**         ���    -
^rTlage with the May Qu , 1^0^^.��^^^^
I^qneen and the maids of honor h             ���   ��'���     . chParitable offlcer in
Jbed, wi   b:   tour   white  horse, tod      to         c  y              ^   ^  ^
Igiwiii present a flne  appearance, i ;���'>;',   ���a,lv   ln   January,  and
Ef Watson will marshal! the pro- :;:,;.,.��� alUM. ,eavlng the bos-
Vt. ;i^ "i >'me-                   ., , ,i at man.bui caused inflamatlon.
k_.v,,r U-e and the city council haVe P....   ..<     ^ '            u     dlstfmce ���,���,,
Laskeiitoatund the ceremonj ^tfotuwa, and his story of
1*"' wa> :            '"."   "V   ��� ���, hardships encounter. .! on the way is
yioiineen         ,s made last nlghl ^rdship.               admltted to a local
VAN   HORNt  RETIRES
FROM   C.  P.  R.  CHAIRMANSHIP!
Montreal,   April   26.���Sir    William'
Van Home today announced thai  he
an Home today announceu m.u  .m      ...  .
nl resigned as chairman of the board ceive.l today from
v>:iein.    ini a    and    Missis;
COTTON CROP DAMAGED.
Sunday's Storm Wrought Much Havoc
in   Southern   States.
New Orleans. April 26.���Reports reports of Louis-
of directors of  th
railway
Canadian  Pacific
iai a   and   Mississippi   Indicate   that
earlier   estimates   of   the   damage  to
, .uld be a great-
I i dies,  nuts and
\ efore. The oranges
T*^we luscious, the candles b< t-
���   nuts more  plentiful.
IT
i i
leniblJ	
hospital.
AUTO PARTY HELD FOR
DEATH OF MONTREAL GIRL1
Montreal,    April    26.���Louis A. Dl-
.'ir.'.   saloon   keener   and   owner   of
an automobile, and John Lewis Klef-
h urn et. are tieid responsible tor
tlie death of Bessie Smith, who was
run down and killed by an automobile
on  Victoria bridge on  Sunday night.
. I Dionne is under arrest, but  Kieffer
t Foster Learns  With   Surprise   bus   not   been   found   bv   t �����������   ponce
tip to the present. Three other occupants of the car are also held by the
police.
FIRST TRAIN TRIP
Ilway. .fuue    .������..	
Sir William explains that tbo posi- the cotton crop as a result of Sun-
tion was merely a nomin il on ��� any- day's cold were not exaggerated,
way. and that it bud led to contusion,1 With the cotton acreage damaged
as in Great Britain the chairman of to an extent of not less than fifty
the board was really the active bead per cent., including a total loss in
of the company. Ile would retain his many quarters, planters today turned
p ,i on the hoard as long as th i share- their attention to replanting, only to
hildeis eared to elect him, bul he was be confronted with the grave proh-
getting to be an old man and he in- lem of a lack of seed.
tended withdrawing as much as pos 	
Bible from active work.
CONVICT ESCAPES.
and
'Great City  Built  Up  Near
His Lonely  Shack.
Spokane. April  _i;.���Robert  Poster,
�����lias been living as a hermit near
Md, Wash., since 1871, when he
' '���" Spokane county   from  Ohio,
til first railroad journey several
ksgo, going to the home of his
*er, Is;,. c Foster, at Independ-
*��� Ore. ii,. was surprised when
[that Spi kane, a city of 138,000,
wen built
bis shack since
within   twenty   miles
. ...ice 1872.
.   is broke,, in health, probably as
,V result    ��� -'   ���--'���   "f
M
Be
MANITOBA ELECTIONS.
������
Signs at Winnipeg Point to Early Appeal to People.
Winnipeg, April 2?,.���The Provincial
government is said to have issued private   instructions   to   its    supporters
throughout thc province to be ready
for a  general  election early  in  June.
This is denied by Premier Roblln, but
the  fact   that   many    members    and
workers have been in conference here
recently   and   that   preparation?     n'-o
are
Prisoner    Saws    Window    Bars
Scales   Walls  to   Freedom. I
Trenton. \\ J., April 26.���John Ait-
kins, a prisoner, escaped from the Jer-!
Bey Stale prison by sawing the bars
in the windows of the flreroom, where
he was employed, and scaling tbo
j outer wall. This is Aitkins' third term
| in tbe institution. He was sentened
in 1009 from Union county to serve
I twenty-nine years On the charge of
j murder.
BURRARD POWER CO.
GIVEN LEAVE TO APPEAL
London. April 26.���The judicial committee of the privyl council today
granted special leave to appeal in the
case of the Burrard Power company,
Globe Manager Elected.
Toronto, April 2ti.���John F. McKay,
business manager and treasurer of
the Toronto Globe, was yesterday
elected president of the Canadian club.
Issue  Was  a  Success.
London,  April   2C.���Yesterday's  cable   that  the Western   Canada   Land
     r.    fnilitro
second   reBuiuuuu   ,���.,..~-.-o   ---
enlargement of  existing  drydocks  so
as  to  come  under the  terms  of  -.lie
grant is changed.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h   |    By the new version a compnny may
  ! utilize or acquire a dock built under
,    a    lion    Te.dit" news-   the  old   subsidy  aci.    The  value  ot
New Vork, April 20-Le �����;1B nt t���pFe works and property, so  tar as
paper  publishers  from  every sect on jn c01ist; uctin&
of   the   United   States   are   gatheiug  tney ��* shall be deem9d for
ta this city to  attend ^e_annua   a^arger     y calculation a
meeting  of  the   American   -New b paper  l  ^.^ [hf. (lry(lnck to be constructed.
Publishers' association, whidi wn oe  i ,sl.egate amount of all  former
lheld at the WaldoTl-Astoida A       -.- jne^w ^ ^^ ^ fr
129.   This organization, which nas ior payable under these reso-
�� prime object protection oftte��J      io",s    The deducting shall he made,
;ve, rising interests oi ?�����P��^^ ���0��%,   iinnua,   porUons  during  the,
d membership of more tban 360, Con    u^    .      of        snbsidy
posed of the loremost publfsneis ^ ^ ^ q{ noatlng drydoclia pro-
the country. ���.,..   one of  vision is to be made for tie annual
I    m tbe forthcom.ng meeting, one or  vision ^   ^  company  of  a
the principal subjects tc> be ��Jg^ which the government deems suf-
18  the  omnipresent   and  "OUDie��ome fnnd wherewlth ta
press  fntS|^    -      -��  gg u,0' wht;0 of the floating part.
r���S SS? this   source of tbe doc^at^onejlme.
Uian through any other, as it is bent
�� to the editorial department^under
I tbe guise of legitimate news   ad the
ipliiors   are   obliged  to   pimt   it-
eMany Ke colorations; who scorn |
the idea of advertising, have high-
salaried press agents on their pay
rolls who devote their efforts to getting free publicity for their employers. This means a loss of thousands
of dollars to newspapers.
This question will be thoroughly db-
! cussed at the coming meeting and a
[determined effort will be made to Iind
'      "--.-      tnltVi       this
'jCONGBEflATIBNALISTS
��G CBURCH liNION
compuS's bona l��.iw was �� 'dWS^mWBod'or a��all��g   wltb    M,i��
,-, aeni.4.   Bl.  ..����. rt Is n,d; ����      , Le.8l.Uoil aHecttoi tue
a success, as cabled on April 12. . f,   i_���,���ji_��� ,,,��� ,.���.nf
  | newspaper woi Id, including the taint
-"-   ���������- '   .-������tnt   nnnar.   will
FiLy-Six     in     Favor    and     Fourteera
Against Out of Those Heard Frorrw
in   Ontario.
Steamship   Man   Dies.
Hamburg,   April   26.���Gustav   Tiet-
gens, chairman of the board of directors of the Hamburg-American S.  S.
company, died today.
liewspaijc,   .. ,         _ Reports from Ontario indicate that
on wood pulp and print paper, will' 70 out of 116 Congregational churches
be another important subject that will have, so far, voted on church union,
come up for discussion. Labor, sec- 5fi in favor and 14 against,
ond class postage, advertising, clrcu- j The Congregational churches, so far
lation, and the mechanical improve- as heard from, are generally voting,
inents for getting out a modern daiiy strongly In favor of church union by
newspaper are also included in the large majorities. Of 55 churches in.
program. Ontario, 34 have been heard from and
On Thursday morning, following the 28 are for    union,   to C against.   In
*��� " """er  this   Ouebec 14 i --j
Centenarian J"* M(J j"'^ Thursday morning, following the  28 ve��� jj,    ��� ~- -^ 1(>
London, April 26.-Mrs. Sarah Mc-1    u' committee on Paper, this  Quebec i* ou votln.
Cullev. who taught Sir Charles Tup- ^ ,   be thbroughiy   oiscussed tawlagTOW BrunBWiCk. with,
^fin Sunday school, is dead.    She JjWJ        afternoon the labor Que^ f^^^^ l4 have voted
ruuub      ���������'-leiinc   >#���    ��� . ,t,p   Kin
���'   "V;  ntiler Way   ends  color Lf British Columbia. VS. the
bably ast known to be ��nd��i  way      ^ ^
of  exposure   and   lack  of to the report.   KM UUUe
NMle sick aha alonp in his shack, iatratlon will begin about
���   "r owns hai acres of farm land.  0f May.  r_ ,
I ��only a tew  acres are  under culti-l  ���        ,���_Mir
���on as an orchard, and truck gar-LCAdUET FEVER  EPIDEMIC
�� He made it a preserve for game   SCAf,U     ,s  CHECKED   IN   REGINA
gWiandotl-       ���"   ��� ��� -J  A '
I ��d it
was
born   in   1809.
lici wild things and guard-
carefully   against   Invasion     by I
Jya,    lie     raised     watermelons.
fWal,l(.s and  tobacco   for  his  own
Tin-Isold enough to pay taxes.   His
?D(ls wen   Indians from the Coetir
IP*��ere8er\iuiiiii and boys from the
poundlni   country.    His  chief  dl-
.!��? lu"   l'l!l>'lnl?   wartime   times
Elevator Companies Fined for
Juggling With Measurements
Regina, April LMi.���The epidemic of
scarlet fever has now been sufficiently
checked to warrant the health department opening the city schools, and Ur.
Meek, the city medical officer, Is authority for the statement that this
will be done on Thursday morning.
subject will be thoroughly uiscussed favoring uniuu uu .....
and in the afternoon the labor ques- Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, with,
tion will he taken up. The annual 18 churches, of which 14 have voted,
banquet will be held ou Thursday report 13 for and one against union,
night and Friday /norning will be de- Only a very small percentage of the
voted to the discussion of miscellane- churches in western Canada have as
ous matters. | yet been heard from, but these show
The  annual  meeting  of  the  stock- a   majority   for   union.    In    all     70'
. holders   and   the   election  of   officers  churches out  cf 116  have  voted,    of"
will  take  place Friday afternoon, af-  which number 50 are for union and 14
ter wllich the convention will adjourn,  against.   A feature of the plebiscite Is
The present officers of the organize.- that union is generally favored by the
��� ���;.i.i��,.   of Hip New  lart'e congregations.    In  Toronto the
V
Winnipeg.   -M        - fol.  aome   (,ve against   he l oil Staats-Zeltung, president    Bnice   nd Vinuai ^ against.
on b>   tne iaiu lute SOcrecy was , lnconeci �� ^      ^ t ^ f. eRfi c)evators.  ,,..asurer. and L. B. Bairn
but   sucn  <         _
I
a battered  vloll.     with a    single
-::.;
���* DEAN OF SWINDLERS
I^Ppy" Moran, Just  Caught,   Made
M'Hicn by   Doubtful   Methods.
.Ch""iKu. April  26.���Charles,  better
Bownaa "C        - -- ������    -J '
PtelBce h
lappy" Moran, alleged by
m. - -"Spector Stuart, of Chica-
B.'10 >'��� Hie can of American swln-
.. is under an est here. The af-
w��s made Saturdav, but was kept
* secret.
III!1' Ul" lasl twentv years Moran's
C Sains are suid to aggregate
t('. to $1.01111,1100. lie never oper-
*!,"'! a s"1;l" scale. He was found
S���Bylf8 an expensive suite of three
|,i "ls "' a hotel. A valet attended
,u'(.' had iilenty ti d i c:uin
la8ter'8 extensile wardrobe.
COQUETTE SPURNED
B\ DARING SUITOR
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maintained that it was n   ^ j   the matter of the C..P. ^ e ���
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June the union proposals
practically unanimously.
will carry
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
Classified Advertisements
SCULPTOR   UPON   INSIDE  OF
NATIONAL AFFAIRS
Some   Good    Opportunities
Washington,    April   26.���Robert   I.
Aitken. a New York sculptor, formerly of San Francisco, who is making a
bust of President Taft for the Metropolitan  Museum nf Art  in New York
City  an.l  the  Corcoran  Art   Gal ery
in Washington, is possessed, it is humorously remarked, of mote inside in-
WANTKD���OFFICE HOY TO MAKE  formation on national affairs at pres-
himself generally useful.    Apply in  ent than any other man in tlie coun-
jperson  at the  Westminster Press,  try not In the inner circle of the ad-
C'ity. ministration.    For tlie past week, he
WANTED.
BOY WANTED���TO DRIVE A DE-
livery rig and make himself general!? useful in store. One who
knows the city preferred. Apply
Benson Ai Alying, Deane Block.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Client will  buy at market price a
on   First   street,  City.
BRENING & COMPANY
General Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5  and  6.
Corner Columbia and   Begbie Streets.
Phone G86
has been sitting not more than three   We   have   several   good   clients   who
��JIRL   WANTED���FOR   FAMILY  OF   feet  from   President   Taft.   when   the
two.    No children.    Pleasant work   |atter ],.IS been at his desk in his of-
wlll   buy   lots  on
City.
seventh  avenue,
And home, but must be able to speak
English and prepare wholesome
things for the table. Will pay $li5
a montli.   Apply 614 Columbia St.
WANTED���GIRL     EOR     GENERAL]
housework.    Apply  103 George St.
flee, working on the clay mo,lei of the
president, wliich is to guide him In
carving the marble busts. President
Taft and his callers have not heeded
the sculptor and on Cabinet Day, Mr,
Aitken did not desist from Iris work j
while Ibe cabinet, was in session.
Hav
'lentil stieet
City.
sculptor's progress and has constantly
WANTED���WIDOW, MIDDLE AGED,
energetic, requires employment;   in
light business preferred; all or part hatched the artist at his work.
day.    Apply   It..   P.  0.  Box  20. j ���^"MARSHALL
WANTED ��� GARDENING OH JOB-j South Westminster Phone F507
President Taft is interested  in  the  BURNABY SNAPS���3 3-4 acres clear
SURREY.
Section 35, Block 5 N., Range 3 W.;
9.87 acres���510 feet to Ladner road.
Price  .315 per acre.
 ISO Acres in Sec. 10;   .100 per acre.
a  buyer for one or two  lots on   3 1-3 Acres:  $1,000 the piece.
'About 2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
in Acres in Sec. 33;   .350 per acre.
i.O Acres in Sec. 30;   .275 per acre.
hi Acres in Sec. I);  lacing coast Mere-
dlan road;   .275 per acre.
L60 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. 8;  $15 per
,:.,��� ;icre-
and   l^s- W. V. Sec. 34, Tp. 7; $15 per acre.
62 Acres in Sec. 30 on Townline Rd.
 1    good buy.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL ESTATE ��� AUCTIONEER
Walker  Block,  Next to Todd's Music
House
"*        "h^seFfo^aleI
WEST  END
5-roomed cottage, lot 66 x  170.   Price
.::.ini>:  .,::ni cash, balance like rent.
I broomed house, modern.   Price $2,200
on terms.
6 roomed    hous����    on     Fifth    avenue.
Price   $2,400;   on   easy  terms
modern.     Price
WEDNESDAY> APR|L
MM Te **���    *���(
RICH MAN Will
I
Wealthy Chicagoan
tises for and Pind^
Saver of Years Ago]
Have a buyer for acreage in Coquit
lain in Hlock 238 and 3S3���Or \i
cinity.
ed;   District   Lot   130
$1,000   cash,   balance I
months at 6 per cent.
for
12
bing by sturdy young man.  Wages
moderate.   Apply \V. Johnson, Col-j
���onial Hotel.    Phone 30.
'vVANTED TO   RENT���GENTLEMAN j
wants one or two rooms  with  private family.    Not far from library.
Modern house preferred.   Box 083,
Postofflce,
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.   South Westminster.
Five   and   two acre   blocks
ol'fs.    Easy  terms.
and    cut-
BURNABY���2 .4 acre lots near Second street. An ideal location.
Price   $300   each;   easy  terms.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city cur
lino. Price $260 eacli; Vi cash,
balance $10 per month.
ij-i-uonied   house;   all
$3,500; easy terms.
12 roomed rrodern house in one of
tbe finest locations in the city, Must
be sold within tive days, Price only
$3,200; on terms. See us about this
at once.
SAPPERTON
3-roomed house on lot 66 x 132; close
to car. Price $1,400; $350 cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months.
7-roorred modern house, half a block
from ������ar. Price $2,2011; $600, balance monthly.
LANGLEY:
X.  W.   U   Sec.  5,  Tp,   11;   48  acres;
30 acres  cleared;   good  house  and
all improvements.   The buy Includes | We  have other  good   house proposi
furniture   and   everything   on   the
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
WANTED���TENDERS   FOR   SLASH-1
ing about eight acres on Tenth ay-
enue  and  Armstrong  street.    Particulars,   apply   S.   Fader,   city,  or
Walker Bros., Edmonds.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply A. S. Jseilson. Sixth
street.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location. Write P. O. Box 176,
City.
FOR  SALE.
LAUNCH FOR SALE���40-FT. PRAC-
tically new gasoline launch; covered
and completely equipped; licensed
to carry 25 people; for sale at
$2,000. This is many hundreds below the value of this boat. Apply
to owner, P. O. Box 349, New west-
minster.
MUST BE SOLD QUICK���TWO LOTS
in Sapperton. Fine view looking
down the hill and close to new
���school. Price $375 each. $200 cash
handles both lots���balance easy.
Miller & Jowhurst, Brokers. Room
7. Thompson Block.    Phone 669.
TOR SALE ��� SPEED LAUNCH
"Vite." 33 feet long, 4 feet 6 inches
beam; fully equipped with 16 H. P.
four-cylinder "Cowie" engine, together with dynamo. In flrst class
working order. Speed 14 miles per
hour. To bo seen at our docks,
Front street. The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
montli buys 11 tine large lot on
Third avenue near city ear line.
CITY A 66 foot lot on Royal avenue.
Price $1,500; $500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
the
easl
place.     Price    $6,100;
balance arranged.
J2.500
LULU   ISLAND.
l.ot 41, Block ll. Four North Range,
Six W. -I. N. 6 \\'��� Group 1; 5 acres.
$500 per acre,
Range 5, Lots 16 and 17, Sec. 32 B.;
lo acres;  $300 per ;tfn'.
tions  in   Sapperton  on  easy  terms
11 will be to your advantage to Be<
us before buying elsewhere,
CITY   LOTS
Lot  on   Hamilton  rtreet.  sl?"  55x150;
120  Acres;   $200 per
Good terms.
acre;   close  in.
15 Acres; all under crop: li cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
CITY���6-roomed modern house on
large lot on Fourth avenue and
lacing on car line. A beautiful
home.    Price $3,500;  easy  terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
iTwo excellent lots; North Vancouver;
j double corner; $100 cash, balance to
1    suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
the bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster.
������������<
Real Estate
vs.
Mortgages
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs: single comb; good strain; five
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Uurnaby.
FOR   SALE���TWENTY   CORDS   OF
WOOd.    Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR    QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
eled connter, with 3 foot solid fir
top .at $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
BURNABY.
Pj Acres, corner of Royal Oaks road
and Glen road.    Lot   19,  Block 82;
1-3   cleared   and   fenced;   $800   per
CITY-A  good  buy-Lots 2 and  3 in       ^    $1'000    (';,S"'    Wlanoe    ea8y
Blks. 6 and 7, S   B. il, on Seventh      ^'      d        ,   $., m
avenue near Eighteenth street. Price   , .,f ,,   B]].   j of D  L  ,,    $m
$650 each; $1,5 cash, balance 6 and j Lo, -. of Blocks j to ^ .���. t() M< 6fl
to 73, D. L. 30;  6(1x120; $325.
Pittsburg, April        ��� ������.,-
rence-Jonn A, ..    ... """"'
named above, wh, I
Fifth avenue, Pi
eight years ago,   ,
and will come to 1 1
ho can he will 1 ������,,
the sole   heir  of John ITS
is an invalid and ���:.,,,< \'v\
the young man and '
for bis heroic ai
again.  I live in hop. " J
"Yours, John A. Si
ninth street, Chica
The foregoing advi 1
ceived by a Plttsbui
eral days ago and a     ::     1
i"11 "" ""��� trail .'.'i
l'he man has been '
ed  farm in  the n , 1
of Chiopyle, Fayeth   , J
t'> ins bed with an
Mayhorn related
I
partially cleared.    Pri.-.. $700;  $300  of warning off an'a J
caBh, balance arranged. _   u,.s then unknown ��� '
3 lots on   Dublin  street  clos- to can   walking up Fifth a
Price only $1,400; 1-3 cash, balance  U:'-v crowdB, an [tali ]
6, 12 and 18 months.  I man,  thou  drew
him in the right .
12 months.
2 lots on Edinburgh street with back
entrance lon feet fr un tb" car.
Price $1,300 tor the two; 1-3 cash,
balance arranged. Will sell separately.
Full sized lot on Hamilton street close
CITY���9 room modern house with two] Lot 200, Blocks 3 to 19, D. L. 30; 66x
acres under cultivation;   planted in'     :20: corner;  $4o0.
bearing strawberries and young
fruit trees. Price $0,000; $2,300 cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
SAPPERTON���Lot  76,   Blk.  24,  S.   B.
4.   Price $450; $200 cash; 6, 12 and
IS months.
LANGLEY���On the Surrey line; 80
acres, the west \'�� of the S. E. 14
of  Sec.   34,   Tp.  8.    $80   per  acre;
easy terms.
LANGLEY ��� 160 acres, the S. W.
U of Sec. 16, Tp. 10, having 2,500,-
000 feet of good flr Umber. Only
45 per acre; easy terms.
Lot 30, D. L. 29, Blk. A; 66x180;
trees and root house; $525.
fruit
SAPPERTON.
S. I). OS, Blk. 3, Lot 21: Buchanan
street between Sherbrooke and Hospital street; cleared; small house.
Price $400;  easy terms.
S. D. IU. Blk. 4. Lot 2; Carrol street;
cleared and fenced.    Price $425.
NORTH  VANCOUVER.
Good lot; good location; $1,000.
Instantly   I sti I
blow wiib my fisl on tin   .     J
tell   '"   the  ground  face down
said   Mayhorn.   "Tin   knifi  ���,
of  bis   ban.I   in: ,      .
the  man  down  and  ti
to Twelfth street:  all cleared. Prie.'   to co awav "
$850:   1-3   cash,   balance   6  and   12       It happened that a pol
months.   _ __ | Mayhorn  kne*  cam,   ip ���, U
Two full sized lots on Apnea street;   ment and arrested the Italian
all cleared and fenced: $2,000 each; 1     Mayhorn says if he reco ���    A
\
half cash, balance to suit.
LANGLEY���160 acres of fine fruit
land, the N. \Y. 1.4 of Sec. 14,
Tp. 10. Price $45 per acre; $2,300
cash; 1. 2, 3 and 4 years.
LANGLEY���80 acres, the N. 1', of the
S. E. -4 of Sec. 10, Tp. 10. Ten
acres cleared. Price $35 per acre;
$1,000 cash, balance $500 a year
until paid.
CITY
Lot 8 and Northerly 10 of Subdivision }
5 in Lot 8 in Block 10, Group 1. New I
nine-roomed house with modern im-1
provements;    1-stalled   barn:   good
garden  with   fruit   trees.     On   Seventh street between Fifth and Sixth
avenues.    Price $4,750;  cash $1,750,
balance easy terms.
Lot 55x132 on Seventh avenue between Sixth and Eighth streets;
cleared.    Price $f,S5.
8 full sized lots in Sapperton; splen-
ribl view. Price only $300 each;
$500 cash, balance to suit.
~ ip you-Tare requiring~any
LOTS IN SAPPERTON'. WE HAVE
THEM RANGING FROM $275. AND
UP  FOR  SALE	
J08EPH TRAVELS    ''"^"~
REAL   ESTATE   ���   AUCTIONEER
N.?xt  to Todd's  Music  House
Walker   Block, Columbia   Street,   N:w
Westminster, B. C.
FOR   SALE���FOUR  ROOMED    COT-
tage;   lot  50x132   cleared,   fenced;
one  block east of    Twelfth  Street
car.     Price   $1,400,   terms.     Apply
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN
block in suites of two for light
housekeeping. All steam heated;
with hot and cold water, gas range
iind electric light. Terms moderate.
Apply A. H. Ferguson, Room 9, sec-
' ond   floor. u
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for ore or two .adies, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
TO RENT ��� COMFORTABLY FUR-
nlshed bedroom. Apply 713 Trew
street, city.
FOR RENT.
TO LET���SIX-ROOM ED COTTAGE
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco (Street, evenings, between  6 and 7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
tLots in Uurnaby, near car line.
Five  rooms and  bathroom,  pantry,
- etc. Rents $12 per month. May
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Co-
Sumbia Street.
IFOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
/House and lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot ln New
"Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
T^ews Office.
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 11117.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE .11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
-Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
'3J. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
iters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of the
^rorld.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
-veeeived In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
unnum (present rate).
Tota'. Assets over $168,000,000.00.
���MEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
43. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
? Some  of  our  shrewd  clients
��� are beginning to feel that  out-
��� side   property   is   now   neaily
��� as high as it is worth. They say
I   that   the   old   stock   exchange
4
��� axiom is good which says "Sell
��� when   everyone    wants   them;
,   buy when no one wants them."
1
��   They have figured out that they
I   have done pretty well by real
��   estate    and    are   now   buying
I   mortgages. They say that seven
���   to eight per cent, is good for
such high class, gilt edged security���in fact there is no security better than a mortgage
on improved real estate which
has withstood all  the  scrutiny
given  morgages    which  passes
through our hands.    They   feel
that    witli     such      mortgages
tbey can  sleep pretty comfortably���no anxiety as  to a  possible drop in value.
If real estate has done well
for you, or If you are for any
reason looking for the greatest security in investment, it
will pay you to see us and
talk over the matter. Our
knowledge is at your disposal
without charge. Years of experience and study of financial
matters of all kinds fit us to
speak with some degree of authority.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS ��� 160
acres. A good farm; 40 acres under cultivation with orchard; 3-4
mile waterfrontage on Harrison river. 2,000,000 feet of fir, some cedar;
several good springs. Price $25 per
acre: small cash payment.
Small ranch near Sapperton; 3 acres
In orchard; balance light, clearing.
Price $3,550; terms $1,000 cash, balance 6,  12.  IS and 24  months.
BRENING & COMPANY
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets
Phone 686.
TO RENT���7-roomed house near the
corner of Tenth street and Fourth
avenue; $30 per month.
TO RENT ��� 4-roomed house and 5
cleared lots suitable for gardening;
$15 per montli.
OPERA   HOUSE   BOOKINGS.
April 30���St. Elmo.
May 12���Gingerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Pho,ie P507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160  acres  of  good   land   under  crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per  acre,  on  terms.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through proper-
tv.    Price  $80(10,  innir'er cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres,  with  waterfront.
Good terms.
One acre waterfront, quarter mile
from  Lulu  Island  bridge.
40 feet waterfront, three iniiiiiti s
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phono F507
Sunbury.
to stand the Joui 1 Kl\\ eotl
cngo this week to sei J
LADY   LOVE   WAS   FAIR
BUT SHE PROVES FA
Minneapolis, April 26.���Alfre
37 years old, who came from tf
Jaw, Sask., to Minneapolis for al
and found the first ouject of hil
fections fair bul falsi. is now real
receive applications from prospel
Airs. Heaths. He trenl today toi
police with his troubli .;. i 1 1
Englishman, and with his brother!
a farm 25 miles from Mc
Through  the offices of .. ue n
he heard of a Minn, apolis girl
liked the idea ol becoming MriHl
so be came to woo and win, Hef
taken with the girl and was read]
get married right away, but she 1
her   brother   was  coming  to Aim!
soon nnd sin- wanted to see him*
fore going too far,   She *;titi Ile
could leave I er ,fi'".   That, boira|
did  not  please Heath.    Instead
bought   her  ticket     ild
station and thi
$100 credit at thi re. v,j
the  girl   beard this Bhe flew ir.tj
rage.    Heath Bays  and it was all
instantly.
Heath explalneJ to tl
seeding   is   coin;:   On   tip  I 1
and be has to hurry home.  Wtof
wants  now is somebody to tiike|
place of the fair bul false one. Aa
is but five feel six inclu s tall lie
any girl who Is talli r.   She must
be more than 34 years old  ultlml
be has no objection to a widow.
vlded there are no children.
WILSON,  COOK  &  CO.
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
Bldg.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
6   Lots   near   Orphanage;   $2,700;   J4
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Ill   f
Dominion Trust
Co., Ltd.
T.   R.   PEARSON,
i
Manager  N.  W.  Branch.
8-Roomed house near Fourth avenue
and Third street; $2,200; terms
over ,'i years.
One acre beautifully situated corner
Fourteenth street and Sixth avenue;
cleared; small cottage; good terms.
Subdivide this.
2    Lots,    London    street;
Twelfth street;  $500 each;
close    to
terms.
1   3-8  Acres  on  tram   in   Section  30;
$1,000;   terms.
5 Acres in Section 11, Port Mann
townsite; $1,000 per acre. Terms
for today.
^TcilLINGTO^^
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
"ST. ELMO.'
Under the  Direction of Frederic  Bel
lasco, Here on Saturday Evening.
The subtle interweaving of intense
dramatic situations, with a profound
religious sentiment, in which Willard
Holcomb, the Inspired young playwright, has succeeded in faithfully
following Augusta J. Evans' story of
"St. Elmo," has made this play the
dramatic sensation of New York, and
in the cities of the East, it is being
witnessed nightly by crowds which tax
��ithe capacity of the theatres every-
where.
Metropolitan   critics  have  declared
that  nothing  so   profoundly  gripping
has been staged in the East for years.
Three  generations    of    theatre-goers
,' have lost their hearts to It,
Surrey! Surrey!
Close to Hjorth Road on Clover Valley Road ;
G. N. Railway passes through property; close
to Tynehead Station, Sawmill and Brickyard.
25 Acres at
3-acre blocks.
per acre.    Sub-divided into
Cheapest buy in this section.
Only $3000 Cash required, balance very easy.
National Finance Company, Ltd.
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515   -  Curtis Block   -   657 Columbia St.
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APR"- 27
1910.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAG-E THREE.
BIG   LIQUOR   SEIZURE.
Confiscated
,rware
I* china
Netware
Eleven   Hundred   Bcttlas
by   Officeis.
Toronto, April  2ti,    Eli ren  hundred
bottles nt'  whisky  which  wen. i,
taken Into Elk Lake on thi
ids Into the noi
���������   .' nre now brea,kii      ip
ol   the  opinion
":" i' '    '    :''   '!;t was being made ���-
111   n"'    bi ier's   supply  of
bottles of  whisky which  were  being   .   or.'    Z^T^u.TX,^  _
taken into Elk Lake on three wagons llton on Sunday for the p
were seized by Inspector Caldbick and  ol  taking ��� prisoner to Cobalt
Constables  McKaj   and  Lefebvre, on  made , . , ,   ,    ,. .      '    and
Saturday. This wns tb. largest selzui tendi nt of provincial"police      ,    H
ot liquor ever made at one time. ���   distance telephone
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'lor   Banes'   Carnages
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Near Burnaby
Municipal Hall
First   Block  Off  Westminst?r   Rend
$350  to   $850
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Researches oi" Prominent
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Ni Vork, April 26.���The Herald
todaj devotes it- entire front page
tv a li spatch from Philadelphia tell-
iii: i    :i   resuli   of  investigation
[hen I bi en revealed that 160
children, Inmates of Blockley, the
great Philadelphia hospital, and of
St. \ inei nl Home for Orphan;-', mostly
verj young chlldn n and even babies
le i than . year old, have been used
as human "material" tor purposes of
experimental research by physicians
of the William Pepper Clinical Laboratory ii the Unlversi y of Pennsyl-
PJL
After these experiments were con-;
cludel ii was announced by ibe phy-'
glcl  :     In   the   Archives   of   Internal
Me li. Ine, published by the American
Me li    |       oclatlon,    that the results
wi re s ich  ;is In  render  part   Of    the
practices unjustifiable In medicine, it;
icing admitted that on beginning the
tests the i   pi rimenters had no knowl-
edge ol tli    s.'lions results their use !
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ARCHITECTS
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New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3350
anted in
To go to work at once.    30 cents per
hour.    Apply immediately.
Hassam Paving Co.
Columbia St., City.
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mg Yale road. $35001
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Timberland P. O.
Is tiie Cream of Investments
.17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must be sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
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SCOTT ROAD
|" The Gateway of lhe Delta"
160 acres in section 2'
1G5 acres in section li
155 acres in section 18.
120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
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N���rther���CroWn Bank Building. Phone 295
friend
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J11' W sate while you leave
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lots on Ottawa ***������& , B50
lot on 10th ave and 12th street      ��       ^
.   lots on Amess street for	
.        io lots on 10th ave, en bloc....--"
. 2    ots on 8th ave. close to car line, all
I        2   Teareil, with street back	
t        3   lots on London street for	
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iiitted that permanenl  dis-
of vision was sure to follow
in one of the experiments  practised
upon an orohan, and that ore test if
pursued might  lend even to tbe de-
Btructlon of tbe eyesight. i	
Regarded  as  "Material." j *5EEaEEE��
Tbe experimental work for which
160 orphans and dependent children
were used consisted of Inoculating or
"Instilling" Into tbe babies Koch's
tuberculin, in order to observe whether there would result a "reaction," which according lo one of the
latest theories, would determine whether the patient was suffering from
tuberculosis. These tests were applied iu four ways. Tuberculin was
instilled into the eyes, was rubbed
on the flesh of the child in the form
of ointment, injected suhcutaneously,
and In the fourth, or scarification
test, both bovine and human tubercu
"in were used.
That tbe poor children from Brock
ley and St. Vincent's Home were
merely regarded as "material" by the
experimenters is shown in the officia
report of their work.
".Material Used," Is the headline
printed above the following state
ment:
"Practically all our patients were
under eight years of age, and all bu
twenty-six of them were inmates of
St. Vincent's Home, an institution
with a population of about four hun
i dred. composed of foundlings, orph
I ans ami destitute children."
May Permanently Affect Vision
To the official medical report of the
tests  tbe  following   three   signal tires
are   attached,   all   of   them   those  of
prominent   physicians    of    Philadelphia:   Dr. Sanmed  McC.  llamill,    Di
Howard   Cliilds   Carpent r   and   Di
Thomas A. Cope,    ln this report the
following comment was made:
"Before beginning tbe application
of the conjunctival test (the eye test)
we bad no knowledge of any serious
results from its use. ^^^^~
"It is unquestionably much easier
of application than tbe other tests
but it has the great disadvantage of
producing a decidedly uncomfortable
lesion, and It is not Infrequently followed by serious inflammation of t
eye, which not only produces great
physical discomfort and requires
weeks of active treatment, but wbicli
may permanently affect the vision
and even lead to Its complete destruc
tion."
The physicians add that in theii
experiments upon tbe orphan babies
they bad developed eight cases of
conjunctivitis, or eye disease, two of
them "severe and purulent," six severe, and recurring. "Two developed
corneal ulcers."
No Justification In Medicine.
This statement is    made    in    the
article:
"Permanent disturbance of vision
is sure to follow In this last case from
the central sea,", even should the associated lesion, which is at present
in ti very noromislng condition, ciear
up eventually.
"In inei we are stroncly of the
opinion that any diagnostic procedure
which will so frequently icsuii in
serious lesions of the eye. irrespective
of tho way in which it produces
them, has no Justification ui uiticu-
cine," ,
These statements, made In an
authorized medical publication of
tests made upon orphan children by i
prominent physiologists, have aroused a storm of protest among leading
citizens here. |
As a result a movement is now under way for a public appeal to be
addressed to the municipal and State
authorities for a rigid investigation
into tlie practice of using orphan
children as experimental material by
physicians. Efforts will be made to
induce the State legislature to pass
a law Immediately making it Impossible to use orphan children for such
purposes.
"The experiments were entirely
justified," said Dr. John M .Crulce,
Medical Superintendent of St. Vincent's Home at the time the experiments were made, In an interview.
"The one child mentioned in the report   was   not   blinded,   but   suffered
.- ���.  ^0faMive    vision.
���^ Itls  were
subsequently cured." Tbe physicians
j do not admit that they did what they
, should not have done. They say that
! after their experiments and. the sub-
| sequent knowledge derived    by    tbe
medical world  such eye experiments'
should not be utilized.
For  spring plants  or  cut   flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, U2DH.     **
E.M. Carncross & Co
Real Estate
Insurance, Loans, Conveyancing
Notaries Public
Surrey Farm  1.anils a Specialty
Local  Agents:
Cloverdale   Improvement  Co.,
Ltd., and  l<\ .1. Hart. & Co., Ltd.
Cloverdale, 1!. C.     L. D. Phone.
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A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third, cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each. Terms to suit the
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
The British Canadian Securities
Company, Limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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,��p  ow ca.     ���   AM thp (,.ises  of  conjunctlvlt
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Big   Building  for  Calgary,
ralearv   April 26.���P. Burns & Co.
will erect a ten-story building of rein-
forced concrete here.
Surrey! Surrey!
Acreage from $100 to $400.
We have  some real snaps.
Acreage  in  Port   Kells
Township from $100 to $250.
CLOVERDALE
Lot and acreage in city.
List with us for quick sales.   We want
more acreage in Surrey and Langley.
M. fi. Morrison & Co.
Room 3, 536 Hastings St. W.     Phone 6703
VANCOUVER, B. C. PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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BUYING ONTARIO CATTLE.
Published by Tlie Dully .News Publlsn.
ing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A.  Paige Managing  Director
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910.
WEEDS   IN   THE  STREETS.
Cannot something be done to improve the appearance of the residential streets and thoroughfares of New
Westminster? The Influence of the
spring has caused the growth of a
luxurious crop of dandelions and
iwitch grass along the margin of
neatly every street and the sun has
brought forth thousands of golden
.blossoms upon the former. From a
botanical point of view this flora] profusion is no doubt highly Interesting,
but the display sadly mars the appearance of our Btreets. Such a
.growth of weeds suggests neglect .and
decay, and must produce anything but
:l favorable Impression upon visitors.
Such Is the prolific nature of the
dandelion that if these plants are not
at once destroyed they will multiply
by thousands, not only in the streets
but in the gardens and everywhere
that the fluffy seed can find a lodgment. Surely a small number of men
���with mattock and shovel might be detailed to clean up our streets before
these plants shed their seed. In all
probability the chain gang could be
secured for this work upon the request of the council.
American   Packers   Are   the   Cause   of
Higher   Prices.
Toronto, April LT..���Witli the supply
of cattle in the province about the
average of otber years and with no
I articular increase in the consumption
oi' beef, prices are steadily advancing,
and retail butchers are lacing the perplexing problem of keeping the necessary margin of profit withoul discouraging the purchase of beef. Dining
tlie past week wholesale prices of
beef advanced from 60 to 76 cents a
bundredw light.
In the big markets of the United
States, an.l not in the province, according to local cattlemen, will be
found the primary reason for the advances that Toronto householders
are being asked to pay. The cattle
supply of the l'nited States is too
small for requirements, and for some
months representatives of the big
Chicago packing-houses have been at
work in the province buying cat lie to
meet the shortage.
Ontario cattle have been finding
their way to Chicago packing-houses
for years, but until the past year, and
particularly the last few months, this
trade did  not seriously  affect   prices.
Most of the buying is now centralized at one of the Toronto live stock
markets largely controlled by an
American packing-house.
HERMAN    HEFFERMAN    SEEKS
ABALONES OFF CHARLOTTES.
EMPIRE WHEAT.
Mr. Balfour's recent announcement
That under the Tariff Reform policy
���of the British Conservative party
wheat grown within the Empire shall
be admitted duty free into Great Britain, is evidently a vote-catching
manoeuvre. It is probably Intended
to mollify tbe provincial cities and
towns, particularly those of Lancashire, which displayed so strong an
objection to the Tariff Reform proposals at the recent geneVal election
Tlie industrial workers of Great Britain view with distrust and alarm any
proposal that is likely to enhance tlie
cost of bread, and no doubt there was
a general feeling among this section
of the electorate that the imposition
of a tariff would increase the cost of
the "staff of life." Whether Mr. Balfour's announcement will have the desired effect of S3curing a larger support for his party in the manufacturing districts, at the next general election, which does not seem to be very
far off, remains to be seen. We are
inclined to think that this "sprat to
catch a mackeral" will be viewed
with suspicion by them.
But there is another powerful class
in British politics which will also
bave to be considered in connection
witli this proposal for the free admission of Empire wheat. This is the
landed and agricultural interest, which
lias always been a reliable source of
strength to the Conservatives. Already
The Morning Post, whicli is perhaps
of all the London daily papers, most
representative of the landed interests
and has been decidedly on the side of
���the Tariff reformers, has put forward
objections to the latest move of the
Conservative leader. It has been declared that protection for British agriculture must be maintained. Meanwhile- Mr. Balfour has been busily
*^ngaged in endeavoring to quieten
the objections of the farmers. But
wihlst some of these-are prepared to
allow the free entry of Empire wheat,
many are strongly against the pro-
Biosal. At the present moment it looks
ns though, tlie tariff reformers will
have to cut out this latest Idea and
return to the policy of protection pure
and simple.
Wheat growers.of the overseas dominions of the Empire are to some
cxlcnt indifferent in regard to this
pronouncement of Mr. Balfour. Though
������.f.liej' uill of course cordially accept
the provision for the free entry of
their grain, if tariff reform comes into
force in Great Britain, it is perhaps
���scarcely likely that any advantage
would accrue to them, the actual pro-
fducere, thereby. If the fiscal policy
should increase the price of wheat in
Cleat Britain it would seem probable
that the extra price would be absorbed by the agents or middlemen
and the transportation companies.
Again, so far as Canada is concerned,
there is the circumstance that the
grain growers can always dispose of
-their produce at good prices ln the
best markets.
It has been urged on the other side
of the Atlantic that this policy of preference would serve to strengthen the
bond between the mother country and
ber overseas dominions. We consider, however, the sentimental aspect
of the question is not of such great
importance as to make much difference one way or the other. The Idea
of preference for Empire grain Ib of
-course pleasine. but. after all, the
buying and selling of wheat is a plain
business proposition, and it is in this
lie. rt tbat it will be mainly judged by
(Canadians.  ..,..-. j
Victoria, April 2fi.���Herman lleffer-
nian and his partner, the latter a gentleman recently engaged in the trade
in Southern California, are leaving in
the course of a few days on a prospecting expedition in the Queen Charlottes; but Mr. Hefferman and his associate claim a unique distinction inasmuch as their quest is neither for
cold nor copper quartz nor even coal
water rights or acreages. It is not,
indeed, on the land at all. but semi-
maritime, and in connection with the
large deposits of abalones, known to
exist off the Queen Charlottes, and
counted as especial delicacy by many
who have tried tbem. If they are
found in quantity sufficient to justify
the investment, Mr. Hefferman will
interest California capital in putting
in a canning plant, wliich will also
utilize crabs, prawns and clams. The
Queen Charlotte abalone is scarcely
as large as its California cousin, and
less gorgeous as to shell. It is, how-j
ever, reputedly of finer flavor, and
practically certain to win esteem as a
table delicacy once Its qualities are
known. The exploitation of the aba-
lone of the Queen Charlottes, it will
be remember was what took the
Japanese financier Mr. Ikeda, into that
part of British Columbia some years
ago, his prospecting operations resulting In the location of copper which
was sufficient to justify abandonment
of the original quest. The Ikeda cop-'
per mine thus became located, now j
recognized as one of the most valuable
quartz  properties of the district.
WEDNESDAY. ApR|L J?
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THE
SWORE   FALSELY   FOR
HOMESTEAD   PATENT
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Battleford, Sask., April 26.���The '
supreme court has been in session |
lure for tho past week, Judge New-
lands presiding. The most .interesting
of the criminal cases was that of J.
W. Jarvis. of Warman. who was
charged with perjury in connection
with the issuing of patents for a
homestead. The charge was reduced
to that of false swearing on which
he was found guilty and a sentence
of one year's imprisonment at Prince
Albert wns imposed this morning.
Two witnesses in this affair were
also tried, one being found guiltv
and sentenced to one month and the
other let off.
. Smith Co.
LIMITED
pecial Snowing o{|
Wash Goods
Tnis "Week
We are showing a magnificent variety of new Carpets, Ruga
and Mats. All new arrivals last week, and are prepared to fill any
size order in Brussels, Wiltons and Axminsters or Ingrains. A solid
carload of the famous "Nairn's Linoleums" arrives this week, making our stock again the largest and most complete in all British Columbia.
Lace Curtains and
Draperies
This department is securing special attention and our stocks are
being augmented by large import purchases. We have secured the
services of Mr. Collis Wood, who has had large experience in designing and house furnishings. He will be ready at all times ti offer
suggestions of help you with your plans without extra charge.
Lees Limited
Successors   to   Lee's   Furniture   Emporium.
Phone 73 716 718 Columbia st. New  Westminster
Interesting Remarks From
the Black Dress Goods Section]
This department is fillel to overflowing with an Immense mid
varied selection of up-to-the minute noveltleB. We Bhall bi pleated
to have you call and Inspect whal we consider the flm |
Black Piece Goods ever displayed in this city, High class
at moderate prices, suitable for any occasion; suitings in striped effects, plain broadcloths, serges, Panamas, etc., at a range of prlcei
that will suit the pockets of all.    We mention a few lines.
Self Striped Silk Mokair
A  very  effective  material;   lustrous   finish;   exceedingly striking!
designs in stripes.   A most us-ful   fabric   for   shirt   waist   suits or
separate skirts; 41 Inches wide. 65c  to  85c  per  yard.
Black Striped Voile
75c per Yard
A stylish material in light weight goods; wide silk stripe; one
of this season's smartest creations. You'll be delighted with this.
75c per yard.
Shadow Striped Drap DeP
ans
A smooth hard finished material with Slightly raise! weave, and
almost invisible stripe; medium weight, perfect black, and comes
about   42   inches   wide.     75c   per yard.
Striped Popli
opim
WILL REVIVE SPELLING BEES.
Indiana Superintendent of Schools
Hopes to Improve Orthography.
Indianapolis, April 26.���Dr. Robert
J. Aley, Indiana's superintendent of
public instruction, announced recently
that from that date he would work for
the improvement of orthography in the
schools of the state and would lend
every aid to those outside the schools
in this connection.
Dr. Aley says the most effective
means of compelling better spelling
is the old fashioned "spelling bee,"
and declares that he will begin holding the bees in the schools immediately.
He expects to revive enough interest to make the contests so popular
that adults will arrange contests in
every section of Indiana with the end
in view of conducting a grand state
contest to decide who is Ilooslerdom's
most accomplished speller.
To Wash the Unwashed.
London, April 26.���Nothing daunts
London's County Council. It now intends to enforce its extraordinary
powers, secured three years ago, tind
hunt out the great unwashed. Its doctors will examine the persons and
clothing of the Inmates of the common lodging houses. When either is
found in a foul condition the owner
will be compelled to submit himself
and his clothing to a washing within
twenty-four hours.
Your Chance To
Make Money
If Yon Have $100 to lovest,
a
Use it as a cash payment on one of
the Choice Lots we are offering in
the East End. These lots are $100
below market value, and must be sold
quick. They are situated between
Columbia and Brunette Streets, and
near to many industries, which makes
them good buys. They are level and
easy to clear, and the price is only
$400 each. Let us show you one of
these, as you can be on the property
in one minute after you step off the
car. And we are sure you will be
more than satisfied if you are open
for an investment. These are large
lots with a lane at the back of each.
CALL AND SEE
Miller and Jewhurst
Room  7, Thompson  Block
Phone   669���New Westminster
(Opposite  City  Hall)
8oc per Yard
Poplin or Heppe���so much In demand this s ason- with smart
ribbon stripe, making a very effective, also  a   verj ���-"'
nicnt.    Good jet black, 46 Inches wide, 86c per yard.
Xussan Mokair
$1.25 per Yard
In black only. A silk and wool fabric with a very rich finish.
Will make a stunning gown for afternoons of social functions; il
inch wi.'.e. $1.25 per yard.
Argo Cord
The newest weave brought out this season, so soft and silky,
yet with a dull finish. Woven in a running cord, lias been much
admired hy all who have been shown this; 44 inches wide, $1.85
per yard.
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FOR LONGER TALKS.
Province of Saskatchewan Contracts
for Long Distance Lines.
Regina. Sask., April 2(i.���The pro- '
vlncial department of railways and
telephones have awarded contracts for
big mileage of new long distance telephone lines to be constructed this season, namely: Moose Jaw to Outlook,
contract to Martinson and McCutcheon
Elbow; Saskatoon to Humbolt. contract to Simpson and Craig, Vlrden,
Man.; Stoughton to Weybu'-n. contract to Simpson and Craig. Vlrden;
Wapella to Carlyle, contract to Martin
Misferdn. Almeda, Sask.; Abernethy
to Eslerhazy. with branch to Melville,
contract to R. and I). McLeod, Winnipeg. Construction work is expected
to commence by May 1 and completed in two or three months. Tlie work
of stringing n new line between Re-
. Inn and Indian Head is rendered
necessary by the great crowth of business has been completed.
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Victor
Gramophones
Victor I Price $31.00
Victor II Price $40.00  i i
Victor III ..Price $50.00
Victor IV Price $63.00  <��
Victor V Price $75.00
Victor Victrolias  ....$150, $240
Call and see our great stock.
J. H. TODD'S I
Music House
New Westminster, B. C.
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FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
NOTICE
A11 members of New Westminster
Aerie No. 20, F. O. E., are requested
to attend the regular meeting on
Tuesday, April 2fi, 1910.
Business of importance will come
before the meeting re memorial services.     H.  SCHOFIELD,  Secretary.
Breakfast
Do you like breakfast nicely served���a little fruit to commence,
such as Rhuba.b, Sliced Oranges, Grape Fruit, Bananas in Cream,
then Bacon, crisp and done to a turn, Fresh iuggs, boiled and fried.
Flsh, Steak, Chops, et:? Try the "ROYAL CAFE." Snow white
Napery,   Nes%   ^uick   and   Polite  Service.
WE ARE  NOW UPSTAIRS
THE ROYAL CAFE
Seabold & Jones, Proos. Dominion  Trust Block.
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CLOCKS
WESTMINSTER CHIME,  MUSICAL,  MARBLE, POLISHED WOOD,
GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HALL
���    CLOCKS
I Chamberlin's .r,:v:,,.
X Official  C. P.  R. Time Inspector.
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GET THE   HABIT"   ���    A NEW LOT OF
Specials This Week
38-piece Limoges China Tea Set,
only    $9.00
40-plece White and Gold Austrian China Sea Set, for, only $10.00
The Fair
I 646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and seil for the same.
Rag Mat Patterns
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
p&V, ApRlt-      '    __^^^^ t rM_    UrtlLI     1NLW.
?pOCTNG NEWS   Loose Tea Loses"?
P SWELL BANQUET      CAPTURE SECOND PLACE ||
���rf'rli
n Cup
liardi
by
presented to VancoU-
ists nt Soiree Given
Con Jones.
^^^^^^^^^ 'favour
deteriorates in quality and flavour before half
your last purchase is used up, but
L Nil'l'"'1
i view     w'
Cherry   Pickers   Make   Good   Showing
in   Vancouver  Bowling Tournamen���.
Night   Owls   Are   Leading.
Market
given  at.  the  Dutch
���. r bj Con Jones to the
* "ter hiHiard players lasl
8     success from every
c   Chamberlin,
'"une cup that caused all
P-,/;  prcsenl and made a
S sport  i.. general and
Particular.    Captain Rob-
{.Vancouver team; Captain
f  ,i.,.   New    ��� ��� _---------i
0 ,'[ Vancouver; Fraser
iind Btoot, nf
other   speakers
Th,
New
which
v ni"" -���-       ���
earn'. Captain I fur  ant!
Westminster | landing
was chairman,
,,���;ii gports club,
series of games
the   transfer   <>r   the
,,,������  Westminster
[��/c8tmh  ��� ���
.,,    wre me
H
&j "./..NMlonaf Sports club.
ft tbe recent
[      ��� i!l,   	
irllDtr0PHe"said   that   it   was
, 11Ice in British Columbia.
���*?P'as  no  doubt,  from   the
the series, that it
f e  the   last-      He   COmPll-
ii chamberlin on being the
% lend an impetus to inter-
J&S2K -he Chamberlin
* landed over to the captain
jj��nal Sports dub team.
J radian Cadets for Bisley.
1 Anrll "'..-The Canadian
htoS Bboot a. Bisley this
Bates, of Hamilton; Bad-
KDundas; for the senor series;
fiS Hamilton and Crawford,
febec for the junior series.
Vague Notification.
It r Davis secretary of the British
tobia Senior Soccer  league   has
grithe Westminster club tha   the
EWlngol the league wlll be
ft Vancouver on Thursday next.
;', ests that two delegates be
Horn the Rovers. No time or
i of the meeting is mentioned on
i postcard notification. The foot-
have not yet had time to ap-
tdelegates, but if they can find
_e a couple will probably be
tsir..i on Thursday.
Cherry   Pickers, the cli
Westminster  bowling  team
the hopes ol  the city In the
Vancouver  tournamenl  wen
came out in second place In the bowl-
fest   lust   night,  rolling  2514.    With
2700  pins  the  Night  Owls   of  Vancouver, scored the highest mart that
has been made ln the tournament so
far nnd they have a goo I chance of
the pennant,   Their score is
8(1 better than that made bj the rii.ru.
plon Seattle team on Monday night.
Last   night's  bowling  waa slightly
better than that of the nighl before,
bul  there is still room for Improvement.
The following is the scon :
Night Owls   Vancouver   -Tun
Cherry Pickers���Westminster ,. 2614
Snowballs���Vancouver    2406
Real Bstati rs   Westminster .... 2246
Paystreaks���Westminster     2205
In the two-man event, Pike and Burnett, of Westminster, rolled 919
against i"'1^ made by Jordan and
Williams, of Vancouver.
**���*aV __i UL'Jim t��.*n���mAJf___j ��� tiairi WBmwsaar   ****** ii
Tea, in its scaled 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, 40c, 30c, 60c ard 70c per lb. '
:
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PURE GOODS ARE
CQWan'S Perfection COCOSI
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
f ����_-        tllmSmmm M��l4.lllntM.     ELtC.
We have NOT TAKEN our SURREY
property off the market to wall for
th,. raise, bui are giving you the opportunity to buy now before the raise
comes.
All  our property is (dose In and  well
situated (right in among it).
Consult the Surrey  map and see for
yourself���    ���
20 acres In See. 15, Blk. 6, N. R. 2 W.
5 acres in Sec. 16, Blk. 5, N. It. 2 W.
15 acres in Sec. 29, Blk. 5, N. R. 1 W.
So acres in Sec. 21, Blk. 5, N. It. 1 W.
55 acres in Sec. 22, Blk. 5,N. R. 2 W.
IT acres in Sec. 27, Blk. 5, N. R. 2 W.
caW.*SSTtoto��. I WHITE, SHILES & CO. j
���circ-DV r.-onrvo VV.VP9, THEM I   19 .   _ . m.   **   l I ���     XSs ��. a
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
BRAVE KAIMORAtS BEAT
BUSTLING BUSY BOYS
BASEBALL
Alerts   Got   Off   to   Good   Start,   but
Balmorals  Finish Ahead in Short
Term   Event.
II
The Alerts bumped Into something
Strong last night when the stacke.l
uj) against the Balmorals in a practice game. The contest only ran
three innings, and the score 4 to 3
in favor of the Balmorals when they
called It off and closed up for the
night on account of the shades of
evening.
The Alerts lived up to their name
ir the flrst inning and corralled three
runs,   but   that   was   all   they   could
Advising Challangers.
retary Ryall, of the lacrosse
���,s written to Montreal explain-
. condition on which New West-
-��� ivill consent to July dates for
...:.'   C ip - ll ���
,   111,.-. UUI ......
.squeeze out of the Balmoral battery, j
' Tlie Balmorals made one '    "u~  ���
American  League.
At Washington��� R.   __
Washington     !)   12
New York      7      It
St.   Louis-Detroit;   called   off;
grounds.
Eastern  League.
At  Toronto��� lt.
Toronto     1
Baltimore     tl
At   Newark��� K.
Montreal     3
j Newark     5
At Jersey City��� H.
Buffalo     6
[ Jersey City    2
National  League.
At Philadelphia��� R
1 Boston     4
Philadelphia
E.
3
1
wet
Tiqht  Boots  May  Cost  Life.
Marinette, Wis., April 2��--B���e
he wore tight shoes to a dance Ambrose King will lose his foot and pos-
siblv his life. The shoes were so
tight that before the dance was mer
tlie skin of his feet abrased and blood
poisoning set in.
628 and 746 Columbia Street.
Phone 85. ^g_WBSW*W*aWl5RSPSKI
NEW   WESTMINSTER
'hone 85. ,^fjg^?^S^��^^*^!^jg��-, ,���.���   ....	
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^^^^^ n the sec-j    At gpo^ane���
ond and three in the third and were Vancouver
going when they scored the win-Igpokane
.til
League.
R.
 10
 12
K COUNTRY'S   PRINTING.
I    Batteries���Schlenult    and
uni-; Baker and Brooks.
Coast League
At   San   Francisco-
Vernon   	
R.
httr."-Commons   Shows   Increase
��� Cost   of   $44,351. |
ten A;.nl ':���' C, II. Parmelee.
Q. Mater and controller of Bta-
ii��7.;c llis annual report states
'���������l- Intln. done for parliament
-; ��� di partments amounted
ta as against $428,089 dur-
Rl     ��� i fiscal  year, an in
ns* of $44,331. The value of the
���.tailed b; the stationery branch
Tim Incn se of |33,488, the fig-
jWng: 1007-8, $680,027; 1908-9,
fe The il. licit on account of the
laCwttr amounted to .55a.
ning run.
Joe Weaver made an efficient
pile and escaped with his life.
The teams were as follows:
Alerts���Jamieson.    Daniels,    Peck
Mathers,    Fitzgerald,    Her/.,    Kenny,IOakland      i
Fletcher and  Sharp. Batteries���Hitt and Hogan;
Balmorals���Sinclair, Stein. Can field, I an(j Spiesman.
Howard. Smith, Ryall. Wright, Smith j    ,\t Los Angeles���
and Bpurr. i Sacramento 	
'' "�� Angeles	
II.
12
11
Lewis;
H
11      3
7      0
Nelson
NOTICE TO  MILKMEN.
Several   families   in   the   Edmonds
District require a daily milk service.
WALKER BROS.
Edmonds, April   .2, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, Grace Cruickshank, of Matsqui, B. C, farmer's wife,
intend to apply to the Commissioner
of Lands and Works, Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under the following described  lands:
Commencing  at    a    post    marked
"  Grace Cruickshank's. on N. E. cornet-
set of the Section line between Sec-
_,   tion  28   and 29,  Tp.  16,  New  West-
,;  minster District, about 10 chains north
~  of the  S.   K.  corner  of    Section  29;
thence south one mile; then west one
mile; then north one mile; then east
one mile  to the point of commence-
'nient; G40 acres.
I GRACE CRUICKSHANK,
Matsqui,   April  18,  1910
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders  Hardware in the City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   of  PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
ii.
H.
6
;Los
New   Society   Fad.
E.
^^^^^      I
Batteries���Whalen     and     Lalonge;
^^^^^^^^B^B^_B-^BaBH^^^^|        Scrigger, Briswaleter and Orienderorf.
London.   April   2(5.���Society's   latest \    At Portland��� R.   H.  E.
fad is vegetarianism.   A new vegetar- San Francisco  2     5     1
ian   restaurant   to  he opened  shortly Portland   0     ?,     2
will be under the patronage of many j    Batteries���Krapp and Murray; Hen-
smart women.   The Duchess of West-j ley and Berry.
minster, the Duchess of Portland and ^^^^~
Dean   Wilberforce   have  promised   to ' BRANT FARMER VICTIM
attend the inauguration. | OF DASTARDLY OUTRAGE
WE ABE RECEIVING
ERESH EVERY
The Timberland Lumber Company,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Pir   Cedar and Spruce Lumber, Rough,   Dressed  and   Kiln   Dried,  Dl-
^Insion Tlmbe^and Shingles, Cedar Poles and Piling In any   ,uan-
tity.	
Ask Us for Prices
���   _.   __.���- R\Lr New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Office, Room 8, Thompson BIK.
P. O. Box 953
A   J   CRAIG, Man. Director
 s   - I    Brantford, April 26,-Davld Gee  a
For CHILLIWACK t
AND     UPRIVER
A N D I N G S
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
2 Ib. for 25c
���a���tf
I
W^OPEBA HOUSE
HARRY  TIDY,  Manager.
^1        ONE NIGHT ONLY
Saturday,   April
30 th
Frederic Belasco
PRESENTS
StELMO
The Dramatic Sensation of  the   Season,   from
Agusta Evans' book of the same name^
Ryall's D
Seats   Opens   for   Subscribers   on   Monday,
rug  Store.    Regular Sale  Next  Day,
April
trick on Sunday. During his absence
from the house some one entered the
place and took a quantity of paris
green, mixing it in the food for some
cows and horses. On his return the
{owner found three cows dead In the
field and three horses in the stable
suffering from the effects of the same
poison.
The outrage is the second one sus-'
talned by Gee, who lost three cows
and a horse last fall ln    the    same
manner.   No motive is known for the
i deed.
INVESTED   HALF  BILLION.
Toronto,   April    2fi.���Figures   com-
! piled by The Monetary Times of Can-
1 ada show  that   In   flve  years    Great
j Britain  has loaned and invested    in
! Canada  half a  billion  dollars,  made,
j tip aa follows:  Canadian Hank shares
,', purchased  $5.710,774-,     invested  with,
��� j loan and    mortgage   companies   *<��.-
1710.7-14:   British  Insurance companies
I $9,731,742;  municipal bonds, sold privately,    .10,000;    industrial    investments, .22,500,000; land and timber In-
I vestments,   $10 000.000;     mining    in-
I vestminster,    $56,316,000!      Canadian
public, flotations in London, $481,061,-.
1836; total $R05.453,852. |
N0J&-A Full House for "St.   Elmo"   secure..all
tractions   for   New Westminster in the Future.
Belasco
LOOK AT THESE
i       T
j    Applications wU��^--^^t
undersigned ����ML Treasurer.
|for the-W-Wj^Jg city Clerk.
City Hall,' April 26, 1910.
Celery
3 head for 25c
Cabbage
4 Ib. for 25c
Rhubarb
3 Ib. for 25c
Lettuce
6 head for 25c
Radish
8 bunches for 25c
Green Onions
8 bunches for 25c
Ripe Tomatoes
2 Ib. for 35c
l^    <
1^*��*
D ���kfflSn Ker Milling  Company's Wharf, New Westminster
Leave. Brackman-Ke^Mil^g    ^P^.,^   ���   Follow8:
REGULAR SAILINGS
mq��� Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Se SivS Wednesday, Friday a��nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
T3HYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
^^ a,w-xai u/esTMINSTER
NEW WESTMINSTER
bi   , Third street between Third and
P S|x lots and a 14-room house on Thlid stieeu
fourth avenues.
$6,275
tin
liHtc
Cash;
There is   X
balance ��, 12 and 18 months at 7 Per ^^ cultlva-
u �����ff buy than this in the city.    The,_l'lmL.n.storey stable with
n nn>. in addition to the house,
wmtnodatlon for six horses.
f 1 lit?      !��""
there is a two-sto.e)
P..:
SURREY
Tenders Wanted.
,?, i��� .orPived by the un
Tenders will be Received ��7 &{
dersigned  UP to  May tons
6x4 inch T B. f f:aw8,
thickness  of  metal
���*w
i
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Limited. ���MJ
r.t   meu���   throughout,   cast
thickness  M  m����' Dr   An.
vertically, and covereu ,ed  golu.
��.StS;^to��reJS   standi'
City Hall,' April 28,1910.
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
Vw ORKMEN can sue you with out cost to themselves, and they have
���L VERYTH1NG to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
( ERSONS other  than  employees  accidentally injured    about    the
premises invariably sue for damages.
[EGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident, or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
| N the slightest pretext employees may sue you,, even for accidents
" caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
rHE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of
the accident by which he was injured,
a  MPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
��� ot this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
* RED1T of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
**       ls sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
I" O go to law means lass ol time,, money, endless annoyance and
'        worry.
^ OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident un-
��� less you are Insured.
f% NLY insurance against such risks wlll enable you to fix and reduce
your expenses to a minimum.
NDER 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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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. APR|L 27
010.
We Ha
An
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AN
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to make respecting a VERY DESIRABLE
SUB-DIVISION we are placing on the
market
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ORROW
Don't Invest a Single Dollar Today.    Keep  it   until   you   have
investigated the  proposition we will place before you Tomorrow
Va
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arke
706 Columbia Street
lam*/van.ai,*rm*imumi ,DAV, APRIL 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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^*******' ���" ��? FM YOUTH PAYS
S \    RAELROAD HALF FARE
**4****M
We Have tli
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
0, N. USING TELEPHONE
FOR TRAIN DISPATCHING
Wilfred Westwood, 12 Years
Old, Weighs 342 Pounds,
Travels un Child's Ticket.
Orders    Apparatus    Installed    on    Six
More Divisions, Embracing About
Nineteen   Hundred   Miles.
Saloon Fixtures Burn.
Spokane, April 26,���Mahogany burs,
heavy plate gb.iss mirrors and other
valuable saloon fixtures were consigned to the flames by the order of the
sheriff of Spokane county Friday afternoon. The property belonged to Sam
llogan   and   Frank   liistroin,   of   Nine-
Mile, and had been used In a road-
house operated hy these men. Deputy
sheriffs frequently have placed thest?
men under arrest for selling liquor
out nf bonis, but the madhouse continued in do business till tlie order
went forth from the sheriff's office to
destroy  the property.
WANTED
���tflBSr.
rJ.J.'
tV^'WIKWteWBS^ai'KT*
zra*wm~T~*    *>
a
Seattle. April  26.���The Great, Northern  railway has ordered telephone
11lain dispatching apparatus to be In-
the pas-  stalled  on  six   more  divisions  of  its
Xew Zealand by steamship  road,   This railroad now is using tbe
i  in ,i   Balled  was I telephone for this purpose on approxl-
the biggest  child  ,:��� ever got the ln"" ���--'. 2'100 ^f8,of ,"*! ll"d {]ll ���
.,.,,.   ,.    .. extension, which includes the Fergus
" "' ' eamshlp com- Falls Brockenrldge, Northern, Dakota,
panles bj vli  n    E his right to travel st, Cloud    and    Cascade    divisions,
"ii a  hall Wilfred  West- teaches In the neighborhood of 1,000
wood is 12 years old and weighs 342  ",i1, s-       , .        .   MM.  hnfl
, . ��� When  the  proposed  equipment   bas
pounds' "" > > '"ll" "> l"-0^"'-  ! e< n installed, the telephone train dis-
tion  to  h Ions and   is still
growing  al   lhe  rat
pounds
or
Bungalow.   Must bo new and clean and in
VlctOlia
engi rs for
Marama   which
be   to  our   mutual
A   Modern   Cottage
good  situation. .���.,*.._���     _______���
We want
MORE HOUSES
on our list.   Let us have yours; it.  will  probably
advantage.
We also want  good
BUILDING LOTS
on our list.    Call or write and tell us what you have, with your
price and terms.
best
Columbia
PATTERSON CO.
Phone
THE
-  - .    patcl Ing sy. torn of the Greal Northern
of twenty-eight  will extend over the entire mainline
a year.   His little   Istei  auby 'rom Minneapolis and SiperW't'toSeat
feels rail,. . ,, ,,��� long-  ""./""' ^"^"ion^st   tJSSS	
"��� ������'�������' "^"/ WW*  Wretch oUrack of any railroad In n;is|^  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^
country.   The divisions on which thel fT *~*~* * * i
.       i   ,���    ���.    ^>.i, equipment ls to be used are among the
,,    ,   .     , MZ;i.       ';'"   ���"'       ,    i '  '   Importanl  and busiest of   the
the train al Mont,,..,] , D route to Van-    , ft        Two |nin(lr(,d aml nillP.
r'   'h;;".,";"'' ,"   ���"' '"f1?"/  tv stations will  be completely equip-
BUttle,W'"!  1"'l""kM' '',',   ' "1Cl��' !p-d.    Al  sidings and at way stations,
���ha" ,",kH-      "''   ma,^  360 telephones, to enable train crews
the punch and the  hut Ions eyed the **������*
L6   ��� i ars ol
304  pounds.
Wlan   Ha
a w"i"V"4""**V -A"*'**   **......    ...
River Drive
21 09 Granville St.      \
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phone"R4949        Vancouver, B.C.   1
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to reach the dispatcher at any time
will be placed.
STIRS  UP
DISCORD
IN   CLASS
ad thoughtfully, looked at the tickets,
and Bald: "Yes; these will cover vour
fare all right,"
Bul the tickets wen., for the West-
wood family.   Dr. WeBtwood, the fa-'JOHN D., JR.
ther, romier mayor or Toxton,  N.Z..
insisted  upon bis  rights when  buying' ^^^^^^^���^^^���m
his tickets.   He told the agent, in re-1    New  York,  April  20,���Discord  has
,   gard to Wilfred, that if he intended  been   stirred   up   in   the     Rockefeller
r��� ������_        ��� to  charge  for  men'  avoirdupois  and Bible class  over  the  fact  that  John
ll J 1 C./tw Wswlrc VUC VTTC 9 CTi bulk' """ there would bave t0 be ai"' Rockefeller, Jr., has appealed to
fHOQCl ul2_Il Y? UlIYc I HH IlEiLi GC V/V/�� iniei balancing n hate in thc case of I the church members to contribute to
i"lu ~ Mis.   Westwood,   who  weighs  but  98 j a  fund  for building the new  church
pounds. The agent gave it up, and edifice of the Fifth Avenue Baptist
allowed the biggest boy of his age on church. Mr. Rockefeller, in a circular
earth to have his child's ticket. He letter, said that, as the class would
demanded and procured full fare, how-,have quarters in the new building, he
ever, for Miss Ruby Westwood. Ill'.thought the members should give to
years old, who tips the scales at 304.    the fund.
The Westwood family are returning     The  objectors   point   out   that  the
from a three years' tour round    the'class was organized as a nonsectarian
I world.   The tour lias agreed with tbe | body and therefore those who are not
SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
News Block, Sixth Street |
Xew Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
JACKSON
PRINTING
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates Given   on   Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
homson   Blk
Phone   388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office,
Front St., Foot of Sixth,    j
little   folks.
BRYAN   TAKES   A FLING
AT PARTY NEWSPAPERS
Baptists should not be asked to supply money to build a sectarian church.
Fine View Lot between
Eburne carline and cut off
to Vancouver. $750, one-
third cash, bai. 6,12, and 18
months.
H. H. LENNIE
Phone 596     650 Columbia Street    P. 0. Box 326
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"YOU  NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will lie glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
pbone is In good order, and
their numbers are IB and 16.
Coal procured here Is crack-w-
Jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS-STAIR  RAILINGS-ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
ft WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
Chicago, April 26.���William J. Bryan
left for bis home at Lincoln, Neb., late I
last night after a flying visit to Chi-
cago. Mr. Bryan's presence in tills!
city brought representatives of the!
vm ious warring Tactions in tbe local I
Democratic party and was responsible j
for the presence of I" rev Woods of!
Kentucky, secretary of the national or-
ganizatlon. Mr. Woods and Roger!
Sullivan were in conference at Congress hotel for nearly three hours be-
fore Mr. Bryan's arrival. Tbey repaired together to the newspaper club,
where Mr, Bryan was tendered a reception.
Mr. Bryan declared to tho newspaper club: "Outside of a certain line I
am lucky In all  ways.   I'm not sure,
that   1   am  lucky   In   thai   respect.    I j
called on the president yesterday and
I am satisfied 1 am as happy as be is. j
Nol being president 1 was enabled to j
visit South America and that compen-.
saies for a great deal. <
"Mino was  a peaceful trip.    I did I
i not   hunt  wild bGiists.    ]  don't hunt
'things that fight back, because 1 experience ton much of that In politics.
'Consequently I hiinf only things that
run and fly."   Much of tl'if speech was
devoted to a discussion of.thp power
Of the press and along tt�� lW- Mr.
Bryan said: .
"If the newspapers Of this Country
met the responsibility that reA anon
tbe conscience of men, If the  ^t*Jh
papers of this country did their iW j
lo the  public  there  is  not  a  wron'S
that could last one year in the United
States.    It  Is only because  we have
so many newspapers that  instead of
eyrnain,"); tbe wrongdoing, cover it un.
"It  is  because   we  have   so  many
newspapers that have pecuniary interests   with   tbe   plunderers   tbat     the
plundered are not protected."
HATS, STRAW  HATS
AND THEN SOME MORE HATS
C PRING time suggests a straw hat to you.    To be
*"' fortable in warm weather you must have one.
com-
^^^^   |WE
WANT YOU TO KNOW just how complete our stock of
straw hats is. We know that we have the straw hat that
will appeal to you, so take a peek-in and see. By the way
u PEEK-IN " is the name of one of the stylish new shapes.
See Our Windows
New Stripes and Colors in W��ck Hat Bar$*,
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
��l8 Coltffibi'a St        CLOTHING, HATS, FURNISHINGS       New Westminster
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
RKS~Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
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Beef, Mutton,_Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
I
What
People   Say !
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
P. Burns & Co
E. C. Traves, Manager.
pHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA STREET.
You can't do better than buy
your Furniture from Denny &
Galloway.   They'll treat you right
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HARDMAN'S
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young Women who
seek the ISKST in commercial education and to those who become students bore, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia    St.
Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, thins and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
ing new accounts.
lf you  haven't  a  Savings Account
NOW Is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18691
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total Assets    70,000,000
Mew   Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. ftHlITi?   Manager.
;6aH#DI.VN PACIFIC
atlXntic'.steamships
ILWh! y^i^yiia1
There is no more attractive trip
than o.n the St. Lawrence up to Historical Quebec. Next Empress sails
!\!ay fl and 20th. For reservations and
tickets apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold W'atc'nes for Ladu-s from tytZfl
MP.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open ease
$7.oO  up.
Agent for Walthnm and h-ign
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
A (|Uiet wed ling took place a! St.
Andrew's manse yesterday evening,
when Rev, J. S. Henderson united in
the holy bonds of matrimony Dan
Stewart, of the Cosmopolitan hotel,
and .Miss .Maggie Annie Campbell, of
Baddeck, Cape Melon, X. S., who
arrived in the city on .Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will reside in this city.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It ls served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
Mrs. J. Eugene Brown, First street,
will not receive again until the autumn.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter Co., is at. 746, Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E3, If. car
station. It cost you nothing to try
this machine and only a small cash
payment to get one, when satisfied
with your test, save IT cents a day,
that pays the balance, **
A recent issue of the Hedley Gazette contains an account of the death
of Mrs. (Rev.) Dr. White, of Columbian college, which was read with
considerable surprise by that lady,
who is, and has been for some time,
in the best of healtn. It is probable
the Hedley editor intended to refer
to the recent death of Mrs. (Rev.) C.
W. White, of Penticton, B. C.
A payment of $-5 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are in
great demand. **
J. Oracey, manager of the local
branch of the Bank of Toronto, yesterday became the father of a fine
baby girl. Mother and child are progressing favorably.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
Greame & Shirley have removed
their ofiice to the Trapp block, Columbia street, in tbe rooms formerly occupied by the Westminster club. **
The Pythian Sisters will hold a sale
of work on Monday afternoon in the
K. of P. hall from three to six o'clock.
An open lodge session will be held
in the evening, when an intei .tin.
program will be rendered.
See Fales for Bed Lounges. Guaranteed goods at ptices cheaper than
the cheapest. **
In the district police court yesterday, II, W. Gintin charged George
Welsh, proprietor of the Tourist
hotel at Port Moody with assault. Alter hearing volumes of evidence. Captain Pittendrlgh foun i Welsh guilty
of a technical assault and ordered
him to pay the costs of the court.
II. L. Edmonds appeared for the defendant and W. G. McQuarrie for the
prosecution.
Tlie Edison Phonograph records for
May will be on sale today at J 11.
Todd's  music  house. **
To Furnish an Ofiice, see W. E.
Fales. **
Another rural robbery was reported
yesterday from Langley. The house
of J. Jorgen was entered an.l some
money and valuables taken. The matter was referred to the Langley police by the local members of the provincial police, who have been very busy
lately with cases of the some sort.
Constable Gammon is at present in
Abbotsford working on a similar case.
Smoke "Solo Special" cigar, Havana
filled. **
The annual convention social nf
Queen's avenue Methodist church will
be held tomorrow evening, commencing at eight o'clock, when the reports of the different societies will
r.n >e.|. prui discussed. This will be
followed by a musical program. Re-
rreslrtnerits will bring the social to a
close. A general invitation to attend
is extended.
Mayor Lee and Alderman Bryson
and Glllej took a trip to tlie asylum
farm yesterday to look over the ground
where it is proposed t > run the new
pipe line. Tlie asylum authorities
want to have the pipe line from Lake
Coquitlam pass through their property
so that tbey can derive their water
supply  from it.
It is. our business to make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for tiny function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone R. 27S. **
Alderman J. J. Johnston return yes
terdaj from Victoria, where he has
been on a business trip,
Anything In our line 10 to 20 per
eent.   saved   for  you.    Fales. **
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. ������
WANTED: Private money to loan
on first mortgages in New Westminster. Some gilt edged propositions at
present. W. J, Kerr, Ltd., (114 Columbia St.
Just out���"Solo Special" cigar. **
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The funeral of tlie late Mrs. H. II.
Williams will take place at two thirty
o'clock this afternoon fiom the family
residence, 722 Third avenue, to th"
I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Bohemian Cafe
Depot Hotel. ��� Opp. C. P. R. Station.
25c��� Merchants' lunch-25c
From 11:30 to 2:30
WEDNESDAY, APRIL   27, 1910.
SOUP
Potage Alexandrine and Consomme
FISH
Fried Salmon Fisli Cake, llollandaise
Sauce
BO ILK I)
Short Ribs of Beef and  Horseradish
ENTREES
Breast of Lamb, Breaded and Spanish
Stewed Tripe, Family Style
Minced Veal on Toast
ROASTS
Sirloin of Beef, Brown Gravy
Leg of Mutton and Dressing
VEGETABLES
Boiled and  Mashed  Potatoes
Stewe.l  Turnips
DESSERT
Apple,    Raisin    and    Rhubarb    Pi9
Steamed Prune Pudding, Wine Sauce
Tea Coffee Milk
Dinner from 5 to 8
If you want something dainty and
, appetizing or are in a hurry phone
i 702 and your order will be ready when
you arrive at The Bohemian Cafe.
| J.   P.   CASH,   Proprietor.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
!rVWW*��Wfcj)V .?'���*".?.   *���
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Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Mil'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEANE BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER.
For a Few Days Ohly
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
easfe
and Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Buys in Surrey.
F. J. HART &
LIMITED.
ommer White W
ar
Snow white Undergarments���fresh and clean���the very appearance of which tend to bave a coollnj
effect when the hot weather brings for the needs for cooler while wear. Special showing this week
in  the whitewear section.
New
Brassieres
$ 1.00 Each
Particularly designed I'm- women of full or stout figure for
wear with low bust corsets.
Brassieres are made in all sizes;
can be easily washed. Each, $1.
Special    Lots    or
WKite
Embroideries
5c, 10c, 12I2C, 13c and 20;
Per Yard
n'o store is offering Embroidery at lower prices than thos'
to be found in these special lots.
Special mill ends, short lengths,
odd widths and qualities were
purchased owing to their remarkable value. There is good
choice in Swiss, Cambric, Longcloth . Nainsook, Muslin and
Cotton Insertions and Embroideries varying in width from 1
8 inches.   In five special lots.
Special Prices on
Snort Ends of
Table Linen
A dozen ends of Bleached Ta-
b'e Damask in lengths running
from '2Y2 to 10 yards of the very
finest Irish manufacture to be
cleared out this week at rc.'uc-
tions worth while. Materials
are <!4 to ,2 inches In width;
heavy and strong anl snowy
white. Regular value:; $1.00,
11.25 and $1.60. Special this
ve k, 85c, $1.15 and $1.35.
Cambric and Nainsook
Night Gowns
iiutton front tind slip over over styles;   sonic with square cut
yokes and bands of embroidery at neck, others with bead!
ribbon draw strings;   short  or long sleeves.    Each $1.25 lo $5.0
SPECIAL  oi'T  SIXES  In  cotton  and  cambric iwns;
also  EXTRA  OUT  SIZES;   each $1.50 to $2.50.
White Cambric Drawers
75c to $3.50 per pair
<>i en or closed drawers trimmed with embroiders 1 Igiugs and
sets of tucks and insertion,  or   with    Valenc'.ennt
laces; new umbrella shaped styles.    Per pair, 75c lo I     ���
New Styles in
"c-c a La Grace"
Corsets
In almost every shipment is some now corset model, Dress
fashions necessitate corsets adapted to their requirements '��
"C-C a la Grace" Corsets are models for every woman���extra long
corsets, low or medium busts, full figure styles, short design;;; 4 M
6 suspenders attached to mo st of the new styes. Ask to i" slinW"
the new models when buy ing your next pair���some new feature
may appeal to you.   Per pair, $2.25, $2.75, $3.C0 and $3.75.
Childrens Everyday Hats
Wash hats and straw Gal aleas  and   Sailor   Hats  0'  every   description  f r hoys and girls.  Warm, sunny  days  are ahead  a.u
tlie children  wi.l  appreciate suitable headwear.
LINEN WASH HATS in several styles and colors; ca 1 be
washed most satisfactorily.   Kach 5()c to $1.25. ..
PATENT LEATHER AND LINEN HATS. The latest novelty
and serviceable as well as being new and attractive-. Crown is
of patent leather In brown or black with rim of white or colored
linen.    Each $1.25. ;��**���>*.**,�� I
STRAW GALATEAS OR SAILOR HATS. A large range of
fine or heavy straw in turn down or straight brims. All sizes.
Each, 25c to $3.50. '
Vv.., '/;5��!v     -*.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.

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