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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
5 NUMBER 84.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY   MORNING, APRIL
IB, 1910.
TEN PAGES.
PRICE FIVE  CENT   a
jjjj fUTURE FOR
HW WESTMINSTER
���city Kow   Has   Sixty-nine
industries and Many More
0#Way.
, |e n0 doubt now in the minds
��� 52. ng business men, that N'ew
���[Sjiter will In a very short time
^manufacturing city of the pro-
COSTA RICA IS
SWEPT BY TREMORS
sr-
Earthquakes Do Immense
Damage-More Vibrations
Are Expected.
i'ii propheslsed by
seeing eye In
I, .'���
K has often been
iLwbo had the far
Lt rears, bul  very few be.leved in
Upu/iiiiii evi n  now  there  are  bun-
fds who live In  the  city  who are
Ignorant    ot    the    marvellous
���MWtll In this direction that has tak-
C,",i!. e lately;   nor  are tbey  aware
E ne causes  that  are  assisting   to
��� New Westminster the manufacturing centre,
yheprimary one is the cheapness of
Ld factory sites, the others are rail-
���nr facilities,   water   facilities     and
Ictoi'iicss of living.
Vancouver should hold the premier
���position in this mailer of manufactur-
I. g, but it has everything against it
lire in the point of view of cheapness.
Waterfrontage is now almost out of
���tie Question, factory sites can only
I. purchased by speculators, who
lialve tin ir consciences with visions
lol mighty works that ought to be
I.. ;<'tl on them, and the fabulous
���prices these same sites will retch in
���the future; but the first buyer they
Icufiiul. who will give them a margin
���on their bargain, Is allowed to take
Be aerial factories and the sites.
���North Vancouver has been bidding
Thril lor factories, but its great dis-
���vantagi Is the inlet and even the
���omlse of the second narrows bridge
Mrs not satisfy the new comers; so!
I'./ Westminster   is   the  only
���place where the new industries can
i a safe and reasonably cheap cam-
|pit�� ground.
JU present N'ew Westminster has
li. industries    working    and
ttbirty-niiio flsh canneries, whilst over
hdoien new Industries are ln course
Bj tonstim t ion.    The number of fac-
Itotj ihes _old during the    past    six
IniMi'.:,?. most of which will soon be
Iaifed, will bring tills city away up
Ito the top rank  as a  manufacturing
and tad'istiial  centre.
W'kere some  of  the  advantages  of
kV�� W'wiuinster   advertised  in   the
WCwmttj  and  abroad;   were  the
. Jitew iA \unil.   suitable   for    factory
sites.\i .Wort' the big firms who are
anxious to oven up works In the West,
(h-re is m i doubt  that  a   round
Mien oln-o more would locate here,
to an interview published sometime1
I ago with ide IU#n. Edgar Dudley, who J
[for many years was  Lieutenant-Governor oi ItritUli Columbia, he stated I
IJMt whilst |n England  be  had been I
l0|1 that tbe price of  land in  Van-1
''""e[Was too high for business men
I 'o risk opening, branches there;  they
I preferred to go on  exporting    their
M��ws. tho,,. i, they would have prefer-
m the other course.
Hi wry Interview he had with bust-
IJ8 firms the same objections were
I   t f���r||,_lliml   ,00   M h    llyln     to(j
I'M' nsk not good enough.
UMithe geographical knowledge of
|j��ema]���ri,v ���f the keen business men
lis Hi . Country is limited, except
I" ""atlon to their own particular
��phT��' lll,,y Probably had not
|, "id or Ne��� Westminster, or If thev
_ ion- would think it was part of
libo . iuul that land values were
lluLi, Sili'"' in h0,h Places. so that
���Mre    Uever e,lter their heads t0
���fenhu8 "''i,llrea ��s some million-
I.    JJ^ropist willing to spend a
|Dlailillii.   ' ���"���sin circularising all the
Wneasin',8   "ms w"�� aro    dolng
iMni "u ' WeBt ot Canada.    The
KphZntl S"ml ",Ut Bame mmion'
San Jose, Costa Rica, April 14.���A
series of earthquakes, varying ln intensity, has swept over Costa Rica
during tlie past twenty-four hours, doing vast damage, the extent of which
can only now be estimated at more
than $1,000,000.
No   Loss   of   Life.
So far  there  has  been  no  reports
of loss of lire, but the people In the
cities ore panic stricken and are abandoning their  homes for the hillsides.
Over Thirty Shocks.
In all I here have been more than
thirty shocks, ten of these occurring
between twelve o'clock last, night and
three o'clock this morning.
Vibrations Continue.
Property in San Jose to the value
of several thousand dollars has been
destroyed, bul ll is feared that lt will
total far more than this, as the vibrations of the earth have not yet ceased.
All  Business  Suspended.
Today the government ordered a
suspension of general business until
such time tis safety is assured. The
[banl.8 i and public institutions have
been closed and trade and commerce
are at a standstill.
The  first shocks  lasted  only  a  few
minutes and caused little alarm, but
later  they  became   more   violent   and i
even   the  staunchest  buildings  were
shaken to their very foundations.
Many  Slightly Injured.
In several  instances weaker buildings were partially wrecked and many !
persons were slightly Injured.
Communication between the various
towns has been Interrupted and details of the damage at these places
are lacking.
HOUSE OF COMMONS STRIKES
EM) BLOW AT LORDS
Intense Excitement Prevails When Veto Resolutions Pass
by Big Majority.-Irish Party is Allied With Liberals.���Cheers and Hisses and Cries of
Traitor Add to Turbulence.
MUST PROVIDE MORE ROOM
FOR CITY SCHOOLCHILDREN
London, April 14.���Amid scenes of
intense excitement hardly parallelled
since the Gladstonlan Home ilule debutes, the house of commons tonight,
by a majority of 103, recorded its
approval of resolutions dealing with
the veto powers of the house of lords
and heard the premier's declaration
of policy for carrying them Into statutory effect.
Having formally introduced, amid
loud cheers, his bill embodying the
i(solutions, .Mr. Asquith said that they
were confronted by an exceptionally,
and perhanps an unique, situation.
Tlie government's effective existence depended upon tlie passing of
the resolutions into law. If the house
of lords failed to accept or declined
to consider their policy, the government would feel it their duty to advise the crown as to what steps were
necessary to insure their policy receiving statutory effect.
It would not be right, he continued,
for him to disclose the terms of that
advice, but unless the government
found itself in a position to give Its
policy statutory effect, the government would either resign ofiice or
recommend the dissolution of pallia-,
ment. But In no case would he advise dissolution except under such conditions as would insure In th" new
parliament that the judgment of the
people, as expressed at the elections,
would be carried into law
Tlie premier's statement was interrupted by cheers and counter cheers.
There was much laughter from the
conservative   benches   when   he   said
he could not disclose the terms of bis
intended advice to the King.
Mr. Balfour, leader of the opposition, rose amid a considerable uproar
and said that the premier's Important.
statement represented the culmination
of long negotiations with the Irish
party. The nationalists had agreed
to swallow the budget, their aversion
to which they had never concealed, in
order to get home rule.
The negotiations seemed to him to
have left both parties rather poorer
than they were, and the government,
he declared, was paying a monstrous
price for the budget. The announcement was made to meet certain undefined conditions wliich the government
would suggest. This was nothing
short of destruction of the constitution and beyond the idea of duty as
entertained by any predecessor ^of
the premier who had bought the Irish
\ote at tlie price of the dignity of his
office and its great traditions, of which
lie, of all men, ought to be the custodian.
The speaker having adjourned the ,
house, an uproarious scene ensued.
There were hisses and cheers and I
cries of "Traitor" and similar names. I
While Mr. Redmond, the Irish leader appeared to be trying to reach a
conservative member who had used an
offensive expression, nothing serious
occurred, but the demonstrations were
renewed in tlie lobbies, where the
members, especially tbe nationalists,
Ungered in excited discussion until
the lights were extinguished. Tlie
Irish members appeared to be highly
pleased with Mr. As .tilth's statement.
WAGE INCREASE Will
AMOUNT TO $9,000,000
Important Announce ment
Made by U. S. Steel Corporation.
INVESTIGATION INTO \
A. & G.W. DEAE IS \ \
New York, April 14.���Substantial increases in wages by the subsidiary
companies of the United States Steel
corporation will soon be announci d,
to become effective May 1, it was officially stated here today. The proposed
increase wlll apply to a large majority of the corporation's 225,000 eni-
plo\ees and In round figures will increase the pay rolls of the steel corporation by about $9,000,000 anuually.
"Warrant May be Issued for
Important Witness���Counsel Goes Into Details.
���BUCKET SHOP" RUNNER
IS   GIVEN   TWO   YEARS
New York, April 14.���Edward Altl-
niiiB, of Jersey City, recently found
guilty under the state laws of running
a "bucket shop," was sentenced today In the court of common pleas to
two years' imprisonment. There is
also an outstanding charge against
him by a federal Indictment wliich
charges tbe same offence. His counsel obtained a writ of error, which
acts as a stay of the sentence Imposed  today.
SPANISH   HOUSE   DISSOVLED.
Election of New House to Take Place
in   May.
Madrid, April 14.���King Alfonso today signed a decree dissolving parliament. .   \
The new parliament will be elected
in May and will assemble on June
15. It had been expected for some
time that Premier Canaijes would obtain a royal decree for the dissolution
of the cortes and then appeal to the
country for his program.
Overcrowding   Problem   Again   Faces
Board   of   Scohol   Trustees���
Extra Teacher Needed.
Overcrowding at the city schools is
again troubling the board of school
trusters, who find it imperative to
secure additional quarters for the
girls' department of the Central
school. Miss Clark, the teacher in
charge, having not Hied the board that
an extra room and an additional
teacher are absolutely necessary. Accommodation will be secured somewhere In the neighborhood of tlie
school.
Before the end of the present year
the youngsters receiving education at
the Central school will require four
more rooms, these being divided
equaUy between the sexes. There are
at the present time ln the neighborhood of 800 pupils at that school, and
an Increase in this number ls certain
within the next few months.
The above condition of affairs was
discussed at a meeting of the board
of school trustees yesterday evening,
when the need of Immediate action
was recognized.
The members of the board will hold
a conference with the city council
some time next week to discuss the
extraordinary  estimates.
CMMY ELEVATOR IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
RECIPROCITY SOUGHT
IN NATURAE PRODUCTS
KENNY'S RESTAURANT
SOLD TO A. (OOPMAN
Grain Warehouse and Contents Burned  Elihu Root Voices Sentiments of Sec
Burned to the Ground���Loss Partly.
Cover.d by Insurance.
ENTANGLED  IN   ROPE.
'foplst'B    name   down   to
b one  of the  makers of
life* ����� ���   "8  '	
I   * Westminster,
^VALUABLE MACHINERY
"EDUCED TO JUNK   BY   FIRE
_\jSS1"?' ?*" April 14.-The pow-
I Light _V the Klttannlng Electric
I Street .���n Daay and ll'e Klttannlng
\ covp.u 00,"I)any. a brick build-
Jeiitrov,.. I un t>n,l,e bl0<*. was
hiicnts i,I ,i!,'�� ear,y today. Its
ffi. ery'w ludIng m��Ch valuable ma-
\H Thl i p,'ilcUc��"y turned into
��� Ther, '8 t>stil"ated at $200,-
ll,l'ejvtts no insurance.
iWATEKFRwi^r
ON   LULU   ISLAND
Aeronaut Is Dragged Up and Falls
From Great Height.
Berlin, April 14.���Aeronaut Lorens
became entangled In the guide rope
of the military balloon "M 4" as it
was leaving the ground today and
was carried high above the field,
where he clung for a moment and
then  fell.
He was probably fatally Injured.
The accident was witnessed by 1100
members of the Prussian parliament.
Who had been invited to see the
ascent.
Big ���
twelve
\b�� on
thousand   feet   of   water-
'   '"lu island was sold yearn,,"' "r,,,8h  Columbia Se-
C0��Pany to a local man for
'slum
ls at the rate of $22 per
| today |
gHtle8
��M0o.
Lulu
Nt rno.'.'."m'"'��Perty  has  been  ln
    , , lll,0!y and the value of
Fentaniof    rlslnK   steadily;   the
loot.,         '" "'  "
I      **������������������������������������������
���      To Fi9ht  Consumption. #
t ot Cenl f"r the Prevents.
! >">UmCmDt,0n a Poetically
��� nght tTx t0 carry on the
I W��dorf a ?Bt tuberculosis.
! WUM_r A"? Is the son ot
; win,
���������
'a,n Waldorf Ystor.
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Commission's Powers Limited.
Washington, D. C, April 14.���The
senate today adopted an amendment
to the railroad bill withholding from
the Interstate Commerce Commission
authority over transportation wholly
by water.
STRETCHING UP NORTH.
Many Homestead Entries for Fort
Churchill District.
Winnipeg, April 14.���Homesteads
are now open for entry In the Fort
Churchill district nnd the vicinity of
Hudson's Hay. The Winnipeg land
office has just been authorized to accept entries for lands that lftive been
surveyed there, giving due regard to
the cialms of squatters and others
whose right of entry has been recognized by the department. W. Beach,
the first white settler to locate in that
country, who has been living at Fort
Churchill for some years, was the first
to be granted an entry for a homestead there by the Dominion gov-
ernment. All mineral rights are re.
served by the government for tbe
present, no mineral locations being j
accepted. ���   "
Calgary, April 14.���The fire fiend
got busy in Calgary early this morning and as a result Elevator "13,"
owjjrfjd by the Calgary Milling company, is now a total loss. The elevator and contents were valued vjr $14(J,-
000, and carried insurance amounting
to  .130,000.
The fire started about 2:45 a. m. At
ten o'clock this morning the fire was
practically out.
In the elevator at the time of the
fire were 1)0,000 bushels of wheat 10,-
000 bushels of oats and 7,000 bushels
of barley, besides a considerable quantity of manufactured stock.
Building operations on a new elevator will be commenced just as soon
as the Insurance appraisers have concluded their work on the salvage grain
saved from the fire.
tion of Canada and United States
on Tariff Question.
Washington. U. C. April 14.���On
leaving the White Mouse today Senator Root was asked about the progress in getting Canada and the United
States togethor for reciprocity.
"There is a tremendous sentiment
all along the border of the two countries for reciprocity in natural products," he said. "The time has passed
for reciprocity in manufactured products. Canada has adopted a policy
of protection for her manufactured
products, but there Is unquestionably-
deep interest among several million
people of both countries in bringing
about a mutually satisfactory understanding regarding reciprocity ln natural products."
Well   Known   Restaurantetir  Disposes
of His Business to Vancouver Man
At a Good  Figure.
BERESFORD'S ADVICE.
He Tells How Canadian Trade Can be
Captured.
London, April 14���Lord Charles
Beresford publishes a pamphlet with
advice for developing British trade
with Canada. His recommendations
Include securing a first-class resident
commercial traveller, catalogues and
advertisements in the Canadian style,
longer terms of credit, quick shipping, the maintenance of larger stocks,
and establishment of branch Industries
In the Dominion.
Craven   Stakes   Winners'. |
Newmarket, England, April 14.���
The Craven stakes ot 500 sovereigns,
I added to a sweepstake of ten sover-
I eigns each for starters, for three-year-
| olds, was won today by Lord Rose-
Ibery's Neil Gow; Wiskbroom ran sec-
1 and, and Tressady came in third.
SALMON PACK WORTH
$13,534,010 FOR 1910
Belllngham, April 14���Tbe output
of Puget Sound salmon fisheries for
the year ending March 31, 1010, was
valued at $13,534,010.10 according to
the annual report of State Fish Commissioner Riseland, issued here today.
Capital employed aggregated .4,800,-
000 and 13,000 persons were employed
in the industry and earned $4,000,000.
The state flsh hatcheries turned out
72,000,000 salmon fry.
Another Chinaman Shot.
New York, April 14���There was another shooting In Chinatown last nighc.
The victim this time was Foong Hong,
a laundryman. He was leaving his
room when a Chinaman fired three
shots at him. One bullet hit him In
the left side, making a painful but
not fatal wound. The assailant escaped- 	
POST OFFICE  ROBBERS
POST OpM^GA|N RA|D R,CHMOND
GIVEN GOLD WATCH.
Kenny's restaurant, which has flourished on Columbia street opposite the
B C. E. R. depot under its presjnt
name for the last four years, was
sold yesterday to A. Coopman, a Vancouver man. The pi ice paid was in
the neighborhood of $3,000. Mr. Coop-
man took possession at eight o'clock
last night.
The new owner formerly was proprietor of the Poodle Dog restaurant
in Victoria, but for the past two or
three years he has been ln the same
line of business in Vancouver, lt Is
understood that he will make some
alterations to the building, and will
install some new fixtures.
J. . M. Kenny, who built up a flne
trade during the last four years, has
not yet decided what he wlll do. Before making any definite arrangements
he will visit his parents, who live
near Winnipeg. He also has some
interests in Manitoba which require
his attention.
Asked by a News reporter if he
was going to leave the city for good,
Mr. Kenny gave an emphatic denial
"New Westminster looks good to me,"
he said.
GALLANT PASTOR  MAKES
APPEAL   FOR   ASSISTANCE
St.   Andrew's   Congregation   Remembers   Retiring  Choir  Leader.
On tlie occasion of retiring from the
position of choir leader, which he has I
held for the past six and a half years,
A,  E.  White  was  yesterday  evening j
presented with a gold watch, the gift i
of tlie congregation and fellow members of the choir.    The presentation j
was   made   by   J.   1).   Kennedy,   wbo
voiced the sentiments of the members
In a neat speech. |
After   Mr.   White   had  suitably   responded,  those present sat down to [
a supper In the lecture room of tbe .
church, this being followed by a social
hour.
Fred    Jackson    will   succeed    Mr.'
White as choir leader. I
Cleveland, April 14.���Paid $15 a
month, Rev. Thomas L. Frazee, pastor
Of the Clark Avenue Frelnds' church,
has contributed his 3alary to pay off
a mortgage on his church and earns a
living for himself and family as a
mechanic In a motor car works.
These facts became known here
through Issuance by Mr. Frazee of a
public appeal to save his church from
foreclosure of mortgage. When the
clergymen took charge of his congregation it had dwindled to seventy-five
persons and there was a debt on the
church of $5,000. Through his efforts
the debt has been reduced to $2,500,
which must be paid before May 1, Mr.
Frazee has raised $1,000 but finds
himself at the end of his resources.
Edmonton, April 14.���It Is possible;
that a warrant will be issued for the
apprehension of Minty, who is the.
Wltnesa in tlie Alberta & Ureut
Waterways railway case, and who
did not show up when the investigation reopened yesterday. .Minty ia.
still under subpeona, and if found iiv
the province may be compelled to attend.
Characterizing the action of  Minty
as gross contempt of court, and the*
j action   of  Clarke,   in   refusing   to  at>-
! tend after declaring he would be ore.
I hand,   as   a   gross    breach   oi   faith,,
Walsh,  who is chief counsel  for the;
investigation,   this   morning   gave   a.
recital  of the various  matters wliich
he was endeavoring to prove and in
which    the    evidence of Clarke and
Minty would be absolutely necessary^
He would attempt to prove that
the Alberta & Great Waterways Railway company was a myth and that the-
Canada Western Construction company was a myth. He would attempt
to prove that out of the seven millions authorized capital only $50,000
was paid nominally, nut that it represented sleight of iiand bookkeeping.
That a similar amount Vas placed textile credit of Clarke, thus balancing
off the account, lhe contract had
been made with the Canadian Western company where that company was.
to construct the road. He intended
to prove that the Alberta & Great Waterways railway had made an assignment to the Canadian Western company of the $7,400,000, now in the
banks. ,
Counsel present were In accordance
with the remarks of Walsh, who said
he would proceed with the investigation as far as possible without the
presence of Clarke and Minty.
J. K. Cornwall, one of the incorporators of the Athabasca Railway
company, was the first witness in the
main enquiry. He related Incidents
which led up to his efforts to organize the railway company, saying that-
he was anxious to get a railway into
the north. The Incorporators of the
company were A. C. Dobell, of Quebec; Isaac Darling, of Exeter; Fred.
Ross, and Senator Roy, of Edmonton,,
and Cornwall.
In October, 1906, Cornwall gave ai*
optlon'to Faulkner, of Toronto, or*
the charter for the sum of $2,500 cash,,
which Cornwall says he received, and
for a further sum of $2,500 cash pfr
that amount In stock.
The agreement was produced onr
which the syndicate was organized to-
take over the option. The following
names and amounts appear:
Cornwall, $2,500; Hawes, of Toronto-, $1,200; Faulkner, $1,000; R. B.
Davidson, $3,300; Sutherland, $1,200;.
Woodman, $500, and Koss, $100.
Another agreement wherein Haweff.
and Cornwall alone appeared was also
produced, showing that Cornwall was-,
relied upon to get the guarantee or
bonds or subsidy from either the provincial government or the Domlnloa
government, and ln consideration of"
getting which he was to receive $544,--
000 in paidup stock ln a syndicate ���
made up of a capital of $2,000,000.
Cornwall made an effort to get
locan men Interested that their names-'
might have weight in getting the necessary guarantee. McDougall anu Secord, Garlepy, Morris and Revillon, oV
Edmonton, were asked, but Cornwall
said McDougall wanted the control
and blocked the proceedings because-
he could not get It.
Cornwall said that he and Hawes,.
and Falkner and McDougall waited on-
the provincial government to get the-
guarantee but were turned down.
H. G. WELLS, ARTIST,
TAKES   LIFE   SERIOUSLY"
Richmond, Va., April 14,-Post office
robbers made another ���ld on .Rieh-
mond last night and got $107.05 In
cash and money orders from one of
the substations. The burglars unlocked the old iron safe, removed their
loot and locked the safe up again without damage. ...      , . ,
Two men are ln Jail awaiting fria
on charges of robbing the main post
office of $80,000 a few weeks ago.
"TRIAL   BY   JURY."
Operetta Will  Be Given Twice  Next
Week by Amateurs.
"Trial by Jury,' a classic operetta
which   has   furnished   amateur   thes-1
! plans with a vehicle for the presen-1
j tation of their talents for many years,
and which Is as welcome today as on
the occasion of its  flrst appearance,
will  be  seen here twice next week,
on Monday evening at St. Barnabas
hall  and  on  Wednesday  evening  at
St. Patrick's hall.
The impersonators will be: R. B.
Hill (Judge), Nigel O'Brlan (plaintiff's counsel), H. Mackness (defendant), Miss Vera Corbould (plaintiff),
Miss Josle Martin, Miss Jennie Peele,
Miss MacGowan, Miss Elsie Emmet,
Miss Corbould, Miss Armstrong
(bridesmaids)., Sidney Smith, A. R.
Selle .y, M. J. H. Brown, J. T. Iron-
l side's, H. T. Reid. E. S. Shannon (jury,
men). R. B. Hill will act as stage
manager and H. Mackness will be
musical director.
GIRL BADLY BURNED
WITH   8ULPHURIC  ACID
dp.wpj-^j     ���-���
San Francisco, April 14.���Suddenly
attacked in broad daylight by an unknown man, who dashed a quantity
of sulphuric acid into her face, Miss
Ruth  Frances Wilson,  18  years  o!d, >
daughter of Joseph A: Wilson,  gen- j
eral deputy of the National Union for
the  district of  California,  lies  in  a,
local hospital, suffering terrible agony
from the burns on her face and neck.
She may lose both eyes.
The poilce are making an effort to
locate a student whose attentions have
been objectionable to the girl. Miss
Wilson was a student at the Lowell
High school until recently and was
noted for her beauty.
London, April 14.���II. G. Wells, who
has had bis say about American civilization, takes life far more seriously
than many of his fellow artists. A.
Socialist of an order partlculaity his-
own, Wells does not care a rap for
notoriety, and resents distinctions between man and man based on differences of attainment and social position.
But there are limits to his Imagination, as the following story shows:
Not long ago. according to Miss Constance Smedley, an old friend of the*
family was playing "lions" with the?
two small boys. When the "lion" turned on the ardent hunters, they fletT
squealing to a place of refuge. "F
can't feel any of that," said Wells,
watching his children. "That sort ot
thing ts something I have never beem
able to imagine." The fact is he can't
envisage himself as any sort ot "lion,"'
and believes in being the brother man
of Tom, Dick and Harry.
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Drops Dead.
Kenora,  April  14.���While  working
on an arc lamp today, William Dafoe,
an employee of the electric light com-!
pany, dropped dead from heart disease.
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strike of the employees of the
Rapid Transit company, which
began February 19, was settled
tonight.
The terms of the settlement
have not been announced.
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  APRiu
15.
1910.
a^nUdmflanHib^aonescamekqnspreads   |\ewAdvertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���ROOM WITH OR WIT1I-
out board by young gentleman.
Write box C. C-, Daily News.
GOSPEL OF LAST WEST
WANTED���TENDERS   EOR   SLASH-
inj. about eight acres on Tenth avenue and Armstrong street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Hi us., Edmonds.
Woman   Lecturer   Meeting  With  Good
Reception   in   British   Isles���Is
Widely  Quoted.
Office:
WANTKD ���  EXPERIENCED    MAN
for real estate work. References.
Good proposition. P. L. Secord &
Co., 460 Columbia St. Sapperton.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TAILOR-
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson, Sixth
street.   Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���WOMAN���AGli: 18 TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good home and
���wages. Apply Prentice, 1837 Napier  street,  Vancouver.	
WANTED TO RENT ��� BY YOUNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house or
apartment   A. D. V., this office.
WANTED^��� FURNISHED HOUSE
for four to six months; small family���no children. F. J. Hart & Co.,
Ltd.
WANTED���TO RENT HY MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms
close to business seel ion. Address
Permanent, News Ollice.
WANTED���ACREAQE
suitable for subdivision.    Reply
Dona Fide." News Ollice.
WANTED���SIN TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close In;
good location. Write P. 0. Box 17(5,
City.
"Canada is a country with a meagre
past, a sulid present, and an iilimit- j
able future.   She is the last unstaked !
empire   under   a   wliite   man's   sun���]
where  wilderness and man are  meet- I
ing.    * . * ��� ��   The mind reels and the
imagination staggers in thinking of the
future of this rich land.   God has in-
tended this to be tlie cradle of a new ;
' race, a race born  of the diverse en- j
I lilies now fusing in its crucible.    Inl
'point of population Canada begins the
'20th century where the United States'
began the 19th.    The race is ours to '
'run."
Thus speaks Miss Agnes Cameron, a
'Canadian who has Just completed what
is, without doubt, the most remarkable
journey ever accomplished by woman,
says the South Wales Dally News of
March 14.   Starting from Chicago last
I May  Miss Cameron, accompanied by
'her niece, .Miss Jessie Cameron Brown,
| travelled   for   six     months,    reaching
Canada's "farthest  north" and covering   in   that  time   over   10,out)   miles.
The   two  travellers   are  just  now  In
Cardiff, and on Saturday Miss Cameron told her story to one of our representatives.    She spoke with the enthusiasm of one who knows, and believes in her native land.   It has been
IN BURNABY | s.lkl t|mti what  Rudyard  Kipling has
done for India Agnes Deans Cameron
is  doing for Canada, and  her    book
"The New North," is already in large
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SURREY SNAP���Good till 2 p. tn. toda'. The southwest hi ot section
25, township 2. Puce *101 per
acie.   Good terms.
to
demand.
WANTKD ��� A GOOD HUSTLER
knowing real estate business. Apply Room -1 and 0, Merchants Bank
building. ____
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnished house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. O.,
City.
Miss  Cameron  and her  companion
fraternised with   Indians    of    many
nihes,   the   Crees,   Chipewyans,   Dog-
Ribs, Heavers,  Yellow Knives, Souch-
eux,   and  Slavis,   eating  with    them,
talking round the camp fires, tramping
with   them on   tbe trail,  sleeping  in
their  tepees.     They  were  six  weeks
Son the Peace River, tracking up that
j mighty   stream   In   open   boats     and
{sleeping   tinder  the     sky-line.     They
'made thorough traverse of Lake Athabasca and of Great Slave lake, being
the first white woman to set foot at
two points on these great inland seas,
j Fond  du  Lac,   the  eastern  extremity
'of Lake Athabasca, and Fort Rae, on
j the north shore of Great Slave lake.
Miss  Cameron   hunted and    fished
i her own rifle won her a fine pair of
ii..lose antlers) and learned the possibilities  of the  soil   from  the farmer
who 'raises wheat   under  the  Aurora
Borealis.    She came across a herd of
! 10 to ..'"i wood  bison, probably  the
lasl unconfined heid of buffalo In the
world..
"Their wandering northward from
the north and limited prairies," says
Miss Cameron, "has not only
thi .i from extinction, but has
Oped in them resistance and
\ itality."
"..i y  :. i eal  desire " Bhe said,
call atti ntion to the greal uno< cupied
'���   nada, to Induce people from
>    ������������ I centres of the Old World
io fise the fresh air of the fTi -..   Why'
i    Canad i   has   200,000    10     of
tri ble acres south of the Saskatchewan.   North of tiiis river, in the r'
ant valleys of the I e u e are Li 0,00 ���.-
more.    The 11 auty of I his
���    ern  Canada  is  tin I   II  hblds  i al
opportunlti s to every plucky lad who
ro  LET���GENTLEMAN CAN  HAVE   has  Initiative,  nnd   who is willin.  lo
board  at  43  Albert   work; nothing is stratified, the whole
crescent. | thing Is foi mi I h e.    Tl :   I md stands
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply  11.  I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson.
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
VOil   SALE���TWENTY   CORDS   O
wood.    Apply S. .1. News Office.
POR QUICK SALE���34 FOOT PAN-
eled t runter, with 2 foot solid fir
top $2 per f lot, A pply to Hi rb6r1
P,   \ Id  1,   . i   Broki r,    Mark, t
Squ ire, I
���. li   SALE -FOUR   RO     LED    i OT
ta Ox L32   ei,    e '���,  t   i
of    1 svi If tli.
car.
Owne
.   terms.
���     enth   V.enue.
ROOMS   TO    RENT.
Apply,
saved
devel-
robusl
"is to
TO  RENT ��� COMFORTABLY  FUR-
'..   713   Tr< .'.
stn   !,  city.
ly to produce bread for ihe nations. Nature has done hi r part, now
i ������ i musl do bis. The two grea . I
ids   of  Western   Canada  today  are
FOR   ;   .-���       :-.   TEN r_ transportation and immigration.1
facin \ iody ,    G    i
(W,  C).    i  imi dlate < nt ry.   Apply i
Smith, 1007 Sixth avi .nee.
ARM   TO   RENT ��� TO   RENT   OR
lease by the month or year, small
farm at Sunbury, good house and
barn;   easy  terms.    Apply  K.,  this
i .:.   i,
FOR   RENT.
TO LET���ONE NICELY FURNISHED
bedroom.   To:; Agnes street.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
F.'oom   6,   Guichon  Building.
Phone  631
TO LET���SIX-ROOM ED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
221 Hartco Street, evenings, between  ij and  7.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND FOUR
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents .12 per month. May
Jease for six iiionfhe if tenant
.suits. Apply to P. Peebles, (120 Columbia Street.
FOR RENT���HOUSE AND 4 LOTS
in Uurnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
C months if tennent suits.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
'Tor die or I wo ladies, close to car.
<j15 Hamilton street, city.
FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for bouse and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Office.
FOR FIRST  CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
T39  FRONT  ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK
"roprietress. Mrs. M. Dominy.
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
Twenty years experience at lawns,
raoulevards,    sodding,     grading    and
rpruning  of  all    kinds.     Satisfaction
guaranteed.    Orders solicited.    Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie Street.
HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625 Columbia Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C.
And   at  336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
A. G. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.    South Wostminster.
Five  and  two acre  blocks  and    cutoffs.    Easy terms.
35 City Lots. Scott Road station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked and in
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200  per  acre;   close  In.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; fi cows,
horses and equipment; $5000; $2000
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Columbia street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Two excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
suit.
40 ft. Waterfront ;three minutes from
tbe bridge;  $50 per foot.
SURREY ��� 25 acres in Section 27
Township 2, lacing on Hjorth road;
$425 per acre;  terms.      	
SURREY���35 acres N'/2 of E'/2 of Section :>5 Township 2; $225 per acre.
SURREY���Southwest U of Section 27
Township 2; pi ice $00 per acre.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Northern railroad,
the southeast Vi of section 30. township 10, Langley. Known as the
Hrockie place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern. 	
SURREY���N.W. i/4 of sec. 24, township 2; good soil and near Yale
road; $78 per acre, $4,480 cash; 6,
12, 18 and 21 months .
SURREY���$400   per   acre   buys   120
acres on Hjorth road.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms  5 and  6.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
SURREY.
80 Acres in Sec. 10;  $100 per acre.
3 1-3 Acres;  $1,000 the piece.
About 2 acres in Sec. 30;  $1,550.
-in Acres in Sec. 33;  $350 per acre.
60 Acres in Sec. 38; $275 per acre.
10 Acres in Sec. (!; facing coast Mere
dlan road;  $275 per acre.
LULU   ISLAND.
East half of XL;  3.15 acres.
849 Feet waterfront; $22 per foot.
Lot   11, Hlock 11, Four North Ran. e,
Six \V. 4. N. G W., Group 1; 5 acres.
$:iuo per acre.
Range   5,   Lot   1(1x17,   Sec.   32   East;
10 acres;  $300 per acre.
CHICAGO JUDGE PLANS
TO UPLIFT INEBRIATES
Recommends   That   Quiet   Drunkards
Be Not Jailed, but Escorted Home
by   Police  Officers.
SURREY ���$650  an   acre  buys  4
acres  on  tram   line  known  as
7 and 8 in section 30, ran. e
1 2 I
ots j
west.
BURNABY.
Acres cleared; facing Hastings
road; $3,750; 4-roomed house.
Acres in Block 7, D. L. 166 A, Group
1; $700 per acre] on Byrne road.
Acres hest fruit land, near Burnaby
lake; 3 minutes from ear; with 6-
roomed house, fruit house, 2 fruit
cellars, 2 chicken runs, wells, stable; $16 600; terms.
160 Acres in Sec. 34, Tp. 8;
acre.
$45 per
Chicago. April 14.���It is light to
class a drunken man as a criminal?
Municipal Judge McKenzie Cleland
gives an emphatic "no" to the question
and has set on foot a movement for
the uplift of the drinking man.
Here are some of the recommendations he set forth yesterday in a letter to Mayor  Busse; '
"That every Intoxicated man who is
merely helpless and not noisy or disturbing the peace be accompanied to
his residence by an Officer Instead of
being locked up ln a police station.
"Tbe purpose of a police department
should he to do tbe most good for the
greatest   number   of   persons.
"It will promote a splilt of kindness
rather than revenge. To arrest a man
for drunkenness only savors of revenge.
"For a man to be brought home by
an ollleer wi
MOMENT'S   FLIRTATION
COSTS FRANTA
Chicago,    April  ll.-one    ���
dollars was the price paid ,   ".
Franta for a i���0IIlr.���, _.',.     ��} *
nation
a number of pretty giri8 ,
live- cent theatre at lib,,
nue and Throop street
Mil
:' 'and
ind
in pulling out a handkei
at them, ho accidental]'.
roll of paper money
drew out
$1,000, the savings of iC'llH *
ta told the police at the Can tl'J'H
nue station  thai he bad been ��f "
to place the money in n bank   A11
ried it  wrapped in a cloth Z1 ,?rf
with a string. "'' M
In pulling out the handkerchief
, must have pulled the money ������i
<: but failed to notice hlB C'S
I had walked two blocks fromtheM
[Than he returned to the spol wh,.,
had  pulled out the handkerchief
found the cloth and the string but
money was gone.
ACCOSTED AS"BROTHER"
WHITE   FLOORS   .EGftrtl
Alton, III., April 14.���Luke V^.
giant  negro,  was a firm helle^ij
tho   brotherhood   of man    intj   "'���
IiJ
night, when he addressed a whjw\
as "brother" in a casual convtrmft^
When he picked himself up frontM
recumbent position be ���'un .i im
mediately afterward, In b md 11 iiiiseltl
have as great a irtora'l   leading a crowd of fifty whiti \
effect as
station."
to  take    him  to    a   police
SURREY���A      fine
ranch;   40  acies;
subdivision     or
the  S.
Sec.
33, range a, W.; price $350 per acre;
good terms.
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing on Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-4 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre. 	
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
SURREY���20 acres, the south half
of northeast quarjer of section 33,
range 2 west; $425 per acre, quarter cash.
SURREY���$160 per acrs buys 40 acres
of good land, the west half of Ihe
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
SURREY ��� $175   per   acre   buys   20
acres    facing    on    Roebuck    road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec,
Range 2 west.   Kasy terms.
34,
BURNABY���$100 cash and $15 per
montli buys a flne large lol on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city ear line.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms   5  and   6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets
Phone 686.
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson  Blk. Phone 669
Corner   lot   on   Blair  and  Sherbrook;
price $500;   terms.
SURREY���4'/2 acres on Yale road under cultivation and fenced; price
$1,050; $300 cash, balance ti, 12, IS
and 24 months.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
160 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per  acre,  on  terms.
feet toi
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through 1 roper-
ty.    Price  $8(ioo, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
by   about   three  feet   while cries o(|
"lynch him" spurred his
maintain  his  lead.
The crowd grew as the chase pro-l
greased and someone furnished a roja
Luke hunted in vain foi a |Kii;ce.'|
man, and In desperatloi lied intol
a cafe. There he found two ^nc. I
men at lunch and they held back thel
crowd until relnforcemi 111   arrived,
His injuries are not serl
TRIFLES   CULLED   FROM
THE ADVANCE SHEETSI
40 acres,  with
Good terms.
waterfront.     Sunbury.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter
from Lulu Island bridge.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street; an Ideal location; prii e $300 each; e isy terms.
BU3NABY���2 large lots near city car
line;   prlc i   $250   each;   oni -fom 1 b
ih, I ill nee $10 ] er montli.
COQUITLAM���Two  and  three quarter
acres on  Pitl  river ro id, InclU
house, barn; running spring on property;  on sur'vi yed 1   r line ru  n
to mills;   price  $1,750;  easy  ti   n
SURREY���105 acres facing on Town-
line road; i!-l mile from waterfront;
price $100 per acre.
SCOTT ROAD���We have a number of
5 and   10-acre  blocks  close in  and
right on cu- line from $200 per  1
up; an   in\ < stinenl In t his property
will make money for you.
40 feet  waterfront,    thn e
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
minutes
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone
F507
SURREY���160 acres   in   S. E.   1/4   Sec.
21, Tp.  7.    This  propei ty  I as   10i
fruit trees planted; 1 as the bi si ol
soil; no stone; pi Ice $100 per acrt ;
good terms.
"The Red Mill" which hereto-l
night,   is   said   to   hav. ���  ���    prettiest!
and   most   graceful   chorus  that has!
ever left  New  Vork, and ���.,]
1 elate, they can sing.
��   ��   *
The smallest  Item 1 I di tail which!
enters  into "The lb d Mill ,!���[
ed by the managemi at ���..]
ei y.   costumes,  propi rl ire |
and  the  do/ens of odi
carried intact.
*    *   *
One of the clevi n e I
Impersonation  is  thai 1              ; [
Holmes and  Dr.  V al 0
Swor and  Franki r 1 11
that   William  Gilli ��� ed
them highly for tin
tation of i!i" I v. 01 ictersi
porl 1 aj ed In ' fhe
. KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia  and   Begbi*
Phone 630.
cts.
|6 Lots In V/est End fe,:- $2,100.
LANGLEY-
-Or
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irrcy
line
20
acres,
the
\-2
of
S.
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11
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34, i     ni
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8;
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s.
MATSQUI ��� A snap Joining Aldergrove townsite; 2:; acre ; the N.W.
23 acri - fron ] g on Vale 1 oad. A
fin< .Pi Ice   $115   1 ot
e; 1 asy terms.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot on   Fourth   avenue  and   fa
city car   line.    A   beautiful   home.
Pi ice $3,500; easy terms.
BURNABY���A   5-room ed   house,  close
to  Edmond's  Stat lon  on   largo  1 I;
cleared and p] inted;  clo se to post
office    school   and   church;    price
1,000; good ti  ms.
MILLER & JEWHURST
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson Elk. Phone 699
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wiU send you
:   their   famous  Plantol
lei ���, if .vou mention  this  paper
Full   sized  lot   on   car   line   near  Sev-
entb avenui ;      50 c ish.
Kennedy Subdivision acreage  at
per acn ;   n iar the tram  I 1
Surrey   ���   10
house,    barn,
cl    red;
seres
and
In   section   34;
'
Swor and Y.'<
make elghl 1 01
acter  nightly,     i   ���
1 wo Ami lie.1:1
Il ill 1,1    1
Roll      .   11
chappli ���
d !
I
���
Soirc \iory good
near tram llni
markel
lots   In   Sapperton;
and  school;   b
ban   I   i nd  v.
KELL1NGTO I^TIlRcffHERSf
Corner Columbia   and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
; e
1
The escape fn
of the  r< volvii
of the  first   1 il
,  ring
���
porting tl  1 Bu
I  ��� the -    1st, bis rl
lhe  bl .   I
to the r.ta.'ie, where  I
���.   11 Is so in tei
(ie as to  win curtain  r
number.
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l
I
~  ���:,..'. _:.; :_���.._���. ...v.. .  .
We will buy two city lots close to
car line���must be market prices and
easy terms.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and specifications can be seen at St.
Louis college, A. L. Lavery and
Small and Bucklin's ollice.
Tenders to be extended to April
16, 1910.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
REScRVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
TJ. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
&nd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Trtta'  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
ln the City.
APPLY���
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507   Columbia St
South Westminster. i
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
New Westminster.
Phone 18.
CSZSE3B
W**0
terday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
Phone 515 APRIL   15,  1910,
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Lacrosse Goods
Baseball Goods
Fishing Tackle
AT
JIOREY'S
. BIIONS DISCUSSED
I London Times Interviews
William Mackenzie on
Matters Affecting Canada.
INTEREST TAKEN       \
IN THIS PROVINCE
CHILDREN   ARE  PARROTS.
Men in Touch With Big
Capitalists See Big Future
For British Columbia.
guy Early while
Stock is Complete
umbia Street���665
Westminster, B. C.
Wc��]
William Mackenzie, the president of, Victoria, April 14.���Frank E. Does
the Canadian Northern railway, ar- burg, of New York City, formerly pri
rived in London on Tuesday morning,
ii��
! A. SPECK'S       !
SPECIALS
��� New and   Second-Hand    Furniture  Bought  and  Sold
Agtnts   for   B.iynes'   Carriages
and Capital   Milk   Separators
Second-Hand     Bicycles    from
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
vate secretary to United States Senator Smith, of Michigan, and a representative of the younger scliool of public men, is today a guest at tbe
Empress hotel, having Just returned
from an extensive exploratory trip up
into Central liiiilsh Columbia. Mr.
Doesburg ls closely ln touch with the
financiers who are behind the Hiltlsh
Columbia and Alaska railroad project,
and who will put two parties of surveyors ln the Held to run their recon-
nalsance lines at the end of the present month. Tlie roaa, lt Is expected,
will be completed during the next
tlnee years.
Chatting of his recent trip through a
purl ol tlie province first visited by
the white man, and wliich only now
seems to be coming into its own, Mr.
Doesburg said yesterday:
"There is probably no section of the
i North American continent today that
holds so much of interest to the general investor from any part of the
wor!.\ as British Columbia, and in my
humble opinion British Columbia is
i ahout the last place in North America where there can be such opportunities to make money, not only out of
Front Street
Phone 275       1
having crossed by the Lusitanla from ;
New York to Fishguard.
Steps are about to be taken towards
thc creation of a third railway across
the Dominion from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, which Is the ultimate aim of
the Canadian Northern. The president, in a statement made soon after
his arrival said thai. In Ontario the
lino from Toronto eastward to Ottawa
would be finished this autumn as fains Trenton, ln the heart of the' apple
j growing ijis: j let north ni Lake Ontario 'I I:*- line in n Toronto in the opposite it recth i is making good pro-
tresa 'llu' line is eventually to run
round the i nth shores of Lake Huron
aud Luke Su; * 'ior to the head of navigation at Port Arthur, whence the
main iino a<<i i cy runs to Winnipeg
and straight i.coss the prairie to Ed-
in niton nn llis lake section, the
"head of steel" is now about 00 miles
beyond Builouiy and there is already
-,. lar^e Italic i" timber as well ns
Iron. On tie western prairies about
G00 miles will he added this year to!
U'.'j  com. any's  numerous  lines.    The'
I construction of the proposed mainline ^rrapldirennVnced values of lands,
from  Edmonton  to the   Yellowhead  ,        ,     ,    the        t   indU8tries of
Bass, a distance ol  about  240 miles,
I wlll be actively proceeded with.   This
year   will   also   see   the   beginning  of j
the new line of 500 miles across Brit- i
isli Columbia, slanting down from the
; Yellowhead Pass to the city of Van-1
I couver,   through   the   valley    of   the'
N'ew York, April 14.���"Every hit of
80-called knowledge imparted to a
child under ten years ot age In mathematics and history, or ln any theoretical subject, ls a waste of time and ls
completely lost. Children are parrots;
they have no reasoning power up to
that age and the educational system
which tries to impart such knowledge
to the child mind is worse than foolish."
Dr. George H. Wynkoop of this city,
who has made a special study of the
child mind, has arrived at the fore-
going conclusion. "Let children have
more manual training," he said. Let
the boys carpenter and the girls sew,
or use the typewriter. By the way the
typewriter Is an excellent thing for |
children to learn their letters and
words on. Where ordinarily it would
take a child a long time to learn his
letters an.l to write them down, he is
so interested In the mechanical process of the typewriter that be Is no
time In learning the letters and in
copying anything that may be given to
him.
"How many grown-up boys and
girls can tell you anything at all that
they bave learned in school before
the age of ten? How much history do
they know; what have they remembered of arithmetic? Ahsoluately nothing.
It hns all been waste of time. A good
trade of any sort���no matter how
humble���ls of more value that a college education. As it is, most young
men's nnd young women's educations
are nothing but a hodge-podge that
is worse than no education at all."
A Good Buy
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
IMineral Waters
Aerated Waters
I" Manufactured by
1. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
|Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
THE MEALS AT THE
[Lytton Hotel
we spared by expert white
TOljta the cleanest and most
sai\a\- kitchen   In  the   city.
21MEM TICKET   $4.50
Digly Electric Works
'Electrk- Light surpasses the Coal OU
Iwnip nnd Gas.    Costs less and gives
to trouble.   See us about the lighting
pour house or store.
/"Columbia St. Phone 304
GOOD    FRIEND     ALWAYS
" >'t>u deposit your money for
Wety in The Bank of Toronto
| whi he safe while you leave
It, nmi |-oa{iy Whetl you nced It,
and It will be
AUTheTime
farninK for you three per cent.
"rterest. small or large sums
aay be deposited at any time.
Thompson river, the British Columbia I
legislature  having   voted   a  financial
guarantee to the extent of $:i5,UU0 al
mile.   In connection with this scheme
a train ferry will be established from
the mouth of the Fraser river to Vic-'
: toriu, the provincial capital on Vancouver island.
Mr.   Mackenzie  confidently  expects'
j that the long hoped for railway from
I the prairie to a port on Hudson bay,
| opening   up   an   entirely   new    ocean
i route between the Canadian northwest
(and the British isles, will be running
j within   three  years.    The    Canadian
I Northern company already have a line
! built In that direction as far as the Pas
loti the south bank of the Saskatchewan
.river.    It ls  understood that the Do-
i million government    will    this   year
I build the necessary bridge across the
j river,    lt remains to be seen whether
j the  government  or  tlie  country   will
build  the  railway  on  from the  river
|to the hay.
Canada and the Empire.
As to the progress of the   Canadian
west  In general   Mr.   Mackenzie  pre-
| diets that within five years the wheat
production of the country will reach
800,000,000 bushels.   The wave of Im-
i migration  from  tlie  United States  is
j rapidly   rising.     Last  year  00,000,000
'immigrants  arrived  from  the  United
'States, bringing with them capital es-
' tlmated at 190,000,000.    This year as
many  as  200,000  are    expected    and
large sales of prairie land are taking
place,    lf the United  States government decides to levy  Its higher customs duties on Canadian products, Mr.
Mackenzie considers that Canada will
not be seriously Inconvenienced.    As
to the increase of American products i
coming into Canada, an increase con-
siderahly  greater   than  that   of  Can-
ada's imports from the mother coun-
try,  he  pointed  out   that the Amerl- '-
cans are not only close at hand, but j
"come right  after the business."
Mr. Mackenzie expressed very
Strong sympathy with tne cause of tariff reform in the mother country. Our
delay in setting about this business
might have deplorable consequences.
"Preference," he said, "is not so essential to the colonies as it is lo tho
empire us a whole. The question is,
in fact, whether we tire to he an empire or not. The present Imperial
parliament is too much occupied with
���local affairs.    I should like to see each
part of this kingdom with hs local Leg
islature, as well as a central parliament���like our provincial legislatures
land federal parliament���and to crown
all, a truly Imperial parliament,    in
j which   the  whole  empire   would  be
i fully  represented.    Theie  will  not  he
I the' .lightest  difficulty    In    deciding
'what matters belong to the Imperial
land what  to the local    authorities."
| Canada, lie added, should help materially in the naval department of the
empire, au the warships that Canada might contribute he would like to
'see built In the Dominion hut that
would take too long. Wherever they
were built they should be a unit of the
Imperial navy; there must be only-
one navy for the empire.���London
Times. 	
i aiining,  lumbering, stock-raising, and
hundreds of other pursuits by which
energetic men accumulate fortunes in
! new countries.
"Tons of freight, including mining
machinery, farming Implements and
merchandise of all sorts are now being shipped Into Central British Columbia. Thousands of settlers are on
the move towards that country, especially to the locality of Fort George,
and large areas of land are staked
in tho knowledge that there will be
a great demand for this rich soil.
Capitalists Coming. ;',
"The New York capitalists who have
a charter from the Provincial legislature to build a railroad through Central British Columbia from Vancouver
to the boundary line ou the north���
the British Columbia and Alaska railway��� will, I am convinced, open up
the richest agricultural, mineral, timber and coal lands on this old earth.
1 know some of the directors of this
i company personally, and they are men
'of  high  standing, amply  qualified to
construct, equip, and operate this line
with the latest and best rolling stock
that  money can buy, as they have an
unlimited amount of capital at their
backs.    Jean  Wolkensteln, the general manager of the company, is a wealthy banker, and a man who has been
very   successful   in all  his  undertakings."
Mr. Doesburg said further that British Columbia will have in a few years
established its claim as the best field
for investment in the world, holding
out, as It does, great Inducements to
capital, while its climate and potentialities are unapproachable.
"1 have been very much Impressed
with the cities of Vancouver and Victoria," said Mr. Doesburg. "I can see
wonderful changes in your business
district, as well as in the residential
sections, even since I was here four
months ago.
"Vancouver has one of the best harbors in the world, and few seaports enjoy such congregated natural advantages as it possesses. Not only will
Vancouver he the greatest port of entry on the Pacific coast, but it will
become one of the world's great railway centres as well. One of the best
moves that Vancouver has ever made
was the other day when the city ceded to the Great Northern railway forty-seven acres of the tideflats, in order to furnish the road with adequate
terminals, it being made a condiiion
that the company erect on the acquired property a suitable union passenger
station at a cost of $1,500,000, which
is to be for the use of all the railroads
that are to reach Vancouver at any
future time. Vancouver is the gateway
ol the whole world���greater and richer
ln promise than New York, because
it has behind it the untold wealth of
farm and mine and forest, with all the
world for its market.
"Victoria, too, is bound to be a large
city. Much building activity is apparent here, and it will continue to increase daily. This is a beautiful city
and your climate cannot be excelled
anywhere. You have excellent roads
for motoring and the scenery here on
the Island is indescribably charming.
In no other city on the coast does
one see so many splendid horses or
such  fine  equipages."
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
The British Canadian Securities
Ccmpany, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15th.
Martin & Emery Co.'s Complete    Production of the World's Greatest
Operatic Sensation
REP M
Music by Victor Herbert
Book by Henry Blossom   J*
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
BankofToronto
NEV*  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J- Gracey, Mgr.
MONKEY GETS A SALARY.
Tocko, the monkey who plays a very
imWtant   and   conspicuous   role   in
���The Red M IL" & *��*����� th�� 0?ly
ill  in the world who Is playing
ir'a" musical  comedy  who    actually
Pi,y'rwe mc   It is bunded to him Just
envelope ana ump He knoW8
aB though he were �� ft_
>W"C\     ���  me   be.   of  the company,
\*mZ ,�� I' ke" hS IM envelope eagerly.
nmlhu  .f�� dfllcult matter for    his
lft,,d  U l�� Mt it away  from  him in
;U��rPCrtn nut   he money In ihe bank,
order to put UKM Thls
I    ��f P��.. tveW w th him all the time.
keeper traVela -wnn hlm
,0��^ 'els X raid a salary, but
,n ���ne,    ne lu." < ,hat  of
1118 V"Z Jocko evon has a bank
hlB, ohaTmitlnhl��ownname, and
book made out in n ,    d t0
&SK5WB5 to his signature, per his keeper.     ���
SURREY
PROPERTY
Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster���The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must bo sold 1
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
The Above is a Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
|" The Gateway of the Delta"
160 acres in section 25.   155 acres in section 18.
165 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.
Presented With Every Detail as Characterized Its Unparalleled Engagements of One Whole Year Knickerbocker Theatre, New York;
Four  months  Grand  Opera   House, Chicago;  Three  Months Colonial
Theatre,  Boston.
With a Select Company of
60-
SIXTY PEOPLE-   -    60
^^^^^^^^^^^^B Inciiding
BERT O. SWOR as CON-KIDDER
FRANKER WOODS as KID-CONNOR
The Famous Dutch Kiddies
A Beauty Chorus of Forty-40
Special Augmented Orchestra |
VICTOR HERBERT'S SONG HITS���
The Streets of N'ew York, Every Day   Is   Ladies'   Day   With   Me,   Because  You're  You,  Whistle It, Go While the Goin's Good, Mignonette,
A  Widow   Has Ways,  Good-a-Bye,   John,  The   Isle   of  Our   Dreams,
ay     You   Never   Can  Tell   About   a Woman,  I  Want You to  Marry  Me.
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\     TO MAKE MONEY    f
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10 room house on Ash Street; t
modern; will rent for $22.50 per ���
month.   Cash $1200, balance easy. *
_
List With U��.
We Are Sure Sellers.
Now
This
Cleared lot on 8th street, near
8th avenue. Cash $700, balance 6
and 12 months.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building.
Phone 295
Then
This
Opposite Queens Avenue Methodist Church, 103 x 132 feet. .3000
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
This is the best buy in the city
today. .
Symmes & Crandell
Iran Block, MnUi St. 3 ������ "����� ** ���'mtml
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,. APRIL   15
1910.
The Daily News LABOR PARTY SCQKES
A DECIDED VICTORY
 ���r   sr^axz&inf-TmslaTSt^^ BaE^^asaEonBfc^ !
���Published by Tne Daily >ews Publish- j
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victor::! j
Streets.
*Z. A. Paige Managing  Director
rUNION (jb/TLABCO
FRIDAY,   APRIL   15,   1910.
Australians Ser.d 45 Laborites to Parliament, and Only 27 Fusionists.
Platform   cf   Parties.
THE CITY'S CELEBRATION.
Sydney, New South Wales, April 11. ,
j ���The elections to the federal parlia-l
; ment bave proved a complete surprise
I even  to the closest  political  observ-j
""" .,    '          , ,,,.,, t-,���'cis.   Alfred Deakin, head of the coal-
We are not al all surprised that the. L^ _ hafl  , >fea,ei, by the
carnival scheme put forward by Mayor j |abor opposition, which has gained an
"Lee did nol find favor with the people   overwhelming  majority.    The  follow-
of New Westminster.    A carnival qua : Ing are   the  complete   returns  as   an-
carnival is all very well in its way.  M��J���� ^ ^.^.^ 2_. lndepend.
As an institution of beauty and joy in |entg| 1; independent liberals, 2.
���some of the historic cities of southern j     At   the   dissolution   of   parliament
Europe  and   at   such   rjaces  on   this   the parties stood:
���continent as Portland, the carnival ls
*o be respected, enjoyed and admired.
Fusionists, -14;   labor ami Independent liberals, 31.
The labor party captured nine scats
But to hold a gala in this city, with a in Victoria, flve in New South Wales,
whole crowd of noisy shows as an attraction, in celebration of the completion of the city improvements,
would he a sorry, debasing way of
marking so happy an occasion.
New Westminster citizens are eon-
and one each in Queensland and
Southern and Western Australia. The
fusionists captured one seat in West
Australia. In the senatorial elections
ihe labor candidates are leading in
all states except Victoria.
The program on which the laborites
fought was:
tent to tolerate the annual Invasion , p,.otection ancl state-regulated
-of the occupants of "Sockeye Row," wages; compulsory military service;
at Queens park, with their blatant Australian navy built out of revenue;
raucous ravings and var- nationalization of monopolies; graduated   land   tax;   restriction  of   public
cries, their
ious   ear   splitting   contrivances,   as
borrowing, and insurance against un-
iand,
part and parcel of the fun of the fair I employment,
at the exhibition of the R. A. & I. so-1 The fusionists, on the Other
cietv. Hut thev very properly decline Placed before the electors:
to have this kind of pandemonium In-' JJ* * t_fJ^t ����
tflicted upon them, with all lis attend- (i;;Ii; amendment of the electoral roll;
ant evils, in the shape of crooks, thugs establishment of a white Australia;
and such like folk, as a means of development of naval and military
celebrating so pleasing an occasion >*>���<*��; assumption by Commonwealth
b ' , ....     of state debts;  economy in public ex-
as,the transformation of our city Into j pendltuJrei   and   dlrect  (responsibility
a. place of beauty. i of  members  to  the people  for  their
But .Mayor Lee may yet retrieve his   votes  and   actions.
error of judgment, if he will, and ac-      The great outstanding question be-
compllsh the object he has at heart, tween the two parties was the pro-
,. ,     ���,       ,,..,.,,       . ��� ,   i posal of the now defeated government
which, after aU is, in itself, certainly , (blUerly   (10Iltlemned   by   the   labor
commendable. Let him project a party) to embody in the constitution
scheme Imbued with some sense of a provision for the annual payment
feeling   and   artistic   fitness   for   the by the Commonwealth to the Individ
celebration  of our city's assumption
ual slates of 25 shillings per head on
the latter's population.   This proposa.
of  her new   and   blighter    robe    of   has'reference  to  the   regulation    of
beauty. This might fitly take the form  finance between the federal and proof a pageanl   representing tha chief vlncial governments,
events In the fifty-one years history
of New Westminster. Such a festival would serve to mark the attainment of Iter quinquagintal pi rlod and
Iter present day Improvements at one
���and the same time.    The beauty of
TRAINS   ANNOY   WOMAN;
ERIE   RIPS  UP TRACKS
New York, April 11.���To check the
noise, which Interferes with the |
and quiet of the  I lari Iman estate i
Ai den, tl e  Erie  railroad is  building
her position and natural surroundings,  new tracks and altering the routing
and the characl  r%f ber physical for- ��� I many of Its les simportant trains,
mation would co i   ibute effectively to      ���"���'������ Edward ll. Harrlman, widow of
��   ...    tho financier, requested that the short-
the  successful   carrying  out   of   this  (,[;|  ,.uuU, of ,,���. ,,,.,.  jm.t ,���.,���,. ,,1(,
pageanl  In the Royal City.   We have  mountain estate at Ardcn, he aband-
jiien, women and  youth in plenty to  oned because or the noise the   trains
You know our Reduced Prices on all Fine Furniture
continues until Saturday night.
If you are not ready to have deliveries made at once
we will hold purchase for instruction.
e Invite Your Inspection
of the Finest Assortment of
Imported  Rugs, Mats and
Carpets in all B.C.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
The Famous Whitney "Baby Cabs" go on Saturday
Handsome new modi Is in a wide
variety of styles���and a coat is a
great necessity these daye -so secure yours while the selection [g
large. We have styles to pleas
all, whether in 7-S, full length o
the short coat models bo popul
for this season.   Come and Inspect
the advance styles in  linen  coats.   Some very pleasing creatloi
alreadv here for warmer weather.
Short Length Linen   Coats
A tempting collection "f Mioses and Ladies' .��������� i in i
fitting sty les; plain; some pleated side.    In white and natut
All sizes.   From $3.50 to    i    "
Phone 73
Successors to L.ee's Furntlure Emporium,
716 718 Columbia st. New   Westminster
made. The railroad company could
tail see its way clear to take this step.
but agreed to ameliorate conditions by
stopping the switching In the vicinity
and sending as many trains as possible over the other route.
play the parts in the various scenes,
;is well as the talent to plan and provide all tlie necessary appurtenences
thereto. We are quite as well circumstanced in all replieds for the carrying oui of a festival ef this kind as
the city of Quebec, where so successful a celebration was held hist year, Nurses in Ottawa Hospital Forbidden
and the story of New Wesl minster, If to  Wear Them,
not so momentous in the history of the
Empire, has nevertheless an Import-
NO   MORE   "RATi
mice and an inter* st of its own. There
Ottawa, April 14.���There Is quite a
stir among the nurses at one of the
le al las,dials. There are to be no
more  "rats"  worn  by nurses, in  the
need   be  no  undue   haste   ahout   the  Ottawa General Hospital, Water street.
pn Bentatlon of the pageant. Thai it
tli.es i nt exactly correspond with the
opi oing of the new Columbia strei I In
Its completed state wduld matter lit-: and as
tie. July would perhaps be the best
month for the celebration and that
would give nice time for tlie necessary
preparations to be made.
FEMALE  JEKYLL-HYDE
TAKES   POISON   ROUTE
An edict has gone forth recently whicl
forbids the wearing of these articles
of apparel by any nurse In training
within the walls of that institution,
i. result they have all been
discarded, A "rat," In case any mala
reader should not know, is the technical designation of a sort of pad made
of hair, and which is use;l to support
tl e ���-���onerous co'Jures affected by the
women of today.
Recently, il will be remembered, lt
was announced in despatches thai a
girl had contracted leprosy from the
wearing of one, and this probably
helped to make up the minds of (he
hospital authorities. The rule is one
which is In force In many hospitals
on  the other side of the border, and
ie rest
St. Louis, April 14.���Mrs. Catherine
Farmer, known in Crystal City, Mo.,
���im the demure wife of a railroad clerk
and  in  St. Louis,   Denver and  other
cities   as   a  dashing   beauty,     whose   will  probably be adopted  in
sowns and jewels created a sensation ! 0r the local Institutions
wherever she went, ended a checkered
career Friday, ii l��< came known today, j  ���	
by taking strychnine, tit her home- In
Crystal City.
She was burhd Saturday in Ed-
wardsville, III., her friends supposing
death to have been caused by heart
disease. The death certificate, recorded today, showed she committed sulfide.
HIGH   GRADE   CLOTHING
OFFERED   AT   COST
Her first husband was a farmer.
.After separating from him she married
Edward (.'. Atkins, of Denver, son of a
millionaire. She divorced him and a
year ago married Farmer.
For seven years the late Thomas
Foster conducted in Vancouver a retail clothing business second to none
in Canada for size and completeness
of detail.
The  Fit-Reform  stores have a provincial    reputation,    the    Semi-Ready
Stores     a    national     reputation     for
quality.
In order that the estate of the late
          - jMr, Foster may be closed up, the expensive stock contained in the stores
SALESGIRLS QUIT JOBS I at 333 Hastings street and 335 Hast-
WHEN ONE IS DISCHARGED  lngs  street, Vancouver, amounting In
  | Jill to $50,000 or over, has been thrown
Walla Walla, April 11.���When Man- on the market at a great sacrifice,
sgor Hayhurst, of the Walla Walla'The prices which are to predominate
Cloak and Suit House, discharged pret- during the sale makes lt possible for
ly and popular Miss Edith Stevens,' you to purchase a suit of clothes, over-
yesterday be precipitated a strike, for j coat, raincoat, pair of pants, Jor a
iill the young women In her depart-' fancy vest, at practically the cost of
ment put on their wraps and walked material and workmanship, which
��out with her. Seven of the salesgirls P'lce is a great deul below tbe usual
took  the  part  of  their  fellow  clerk, I retail price.
jind the manager today is endeavoring j As an advertising feature of this gl-
to fill their places, but so far without ' Rnntic Bale, which opens on Saturday
success. I morning, April lfith, at 8 o'clock, the
Miss Stevens had a dispute with Mr. ' management have decided to give
Hayhurst which ended in her dis- ! away, absolutely free, one suit of
���charge. The other girls warmly sec- clothes to the first purchaser, one pair
���onded tbe young woman's side of the of pants to the second purchaser and
question and most willingly went on j a fancy vest to the third purchaser,
-strike. N Come to the store at 8 o'clock, you
  may be one of the lucky ones.
I Arrangements have been made
'A rurther consignment of the world's whereby the store will be open from
loest typewriters has just arrived. Call 8 a. tn. to 10 p. m. every day. TIiIb
sind see them at 710 Columbia street, will give every person an opportunity
throe doors from tlie B. C. E. Ry car to take advantage of this sale of
station. *���   , clothing at slaughtered prices.     **
Mcidscliiiing Sites.   Waterfrontage end Trackage
Let us have yours on our list soon as you possibly can. It will
probably he to your advantag -.
Only three left of our 66x165 ft. lots at Edmonds and they are advanced in price 25 per cent, on our former price of .250.
These are still good buying, and will make a decided advance
within tlie next few weeks. Tho terms are good and so is the soil.
A.-l car sen ice, water system, park, postofflce, church and school.
Up out of the fog.
PATTERSON COMPANY
olumbia   St. Phone   698
And at the "Cedar Cottage" of New Westminster, Edmonds.
I Phone F. 208.
dels
Full Length
Very effective are then   garments;   semlfiftlng;   bi  ne  : I
sides, others braided and but i i trimmed In self
trai '.i. hadi s. The "Ac ai ol . m" Is a fli
for these really stui   . ai  $6.50 to  ������ I
Black Silk Coats
lu T-s and fall lengt h    ;.-' s.   M J e   Taffetta,  In
gallne and Poi-de-Sole are the silks mostly used in tin
ly  trimmed  and  braided  models  that   deserve  Bpecl
$20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and  	
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Children's Coats
We lane experienced this week. Si ill the selection is;.
varied as at flrst. But do not lelay too long. Come In and fli '
children out now. We are ready with almost every shade and bI
likely to be required.   Low prices too.   From $1.65 to ��� ���'	
hp��S58
A Hare Investment
Two 5 Rcom Houses close in, near
to car line, on one full sized lot,
$3000 for the two, 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months. 1 hese houses
could rent for $15 each per month.
ADainty, Quickly Served "Breakfast"   i
i
H. H. LENNIE
Perhaps your appetite is a little sluggish in the morning? Then
breakfast at the "ROYAL CAFE"���Everything is so clean and dainty.
and the food so delicious and appetising that you're certain to enjoy
It.    Prices are moderate, too.
THE ROYAL CAFE
Scabold & Jones, Props.
Dominion  Trust Block.
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12,000 PERSONS  FACE
DEATH   BY   STARVATION
New York, April 14.���That 12,000
persons arc starving in Armenia and
will die unless outside help reaches
them before the next harvest season,
two months hence, is the Information
conveyed ln a cablegram received here
by tbe American Relief association.
In the appeal sent out by the association, it ls said that $500 has beet_
forwarded ancl that $10,000 more is
needed.
MODERN JEW CLAIMS
JESUS   AS   HIS   OWN
Banker Is Not Sanguine.
London, April 16.���Presiding today
at tbe general meeting of the Colonial
bank, Edward Brodle Iloare, director
o? Lloyds' bank, said be was not sanguine of anything resulting from the
Investigation of tho West Indian trade
commission. He could not see how It
could be possible for Canada to make
Separate arrangements with tlie
Islands.    -<  ,
Chicago, April 14.���"The modern
Jew claims Jesus for ills own and ls
proud to acknowledge him as a member of bis race."
This was one of the statements
made by Dr. Emll O. Hirsch, of Slnal
Temple, in a sermon In the First Congregational church at Maywood last
night.
"Contrary to popular opinion, the
Jew is not commercial by instinct,"
said Dr. Illrse.b. "It has only been
through hundreds of years of persecution, during wliich the Jew was
forced to congested districts of cities,
that he was compelled to take up
commercial pursuits.
"It ls just as ridiculous to say 'as
I��'ch ns a Jew' us lt would bo to say
as rich as a Baptist,' simply because
!.lnhn D. Rockefeller is of that denomination.
��    "By nuture the Jew Is poetic."
CLOCKS
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GILT, SILVER, CHINA, ALARM, CABINET, CUCKOO AND HALL ���
CLOCKS J
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Official   C.   P.   R.  Time  Inspector. ���
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JUST ARRIVED
RyaWs FACE CREAM
PRICE 25 Cents
I Ryall's Drug Store j
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15,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE E1VK.
SPORTING NEWS
"SALADA" is the same wherever or whenever
you buy it���always of unvarying good quality.
���
0 LEAGUE
0N IS STARTED
pitches the First Ball,
ral ______________
Philadelphia, 3 to 0 g ; oupboard,
���LA BELL.    OTERO
I-'OND   OF   GAMING
then
Paris, April  14.���"La  Belle Otero,"
clad  in  a  superb   Indian   foulard  cos-
tunic of the spring fashion and flash- |
ing with a selection of her choicest
diamonds, appeared in the witness box |
of a Paris police court the other day, |
when a police   commissary   described I
how he raided a gambling den In thel
i   r. W.icViimrtnn I Rue Taitbout, called the "Sport Avia-
flfatches Washington   on Club��� ^ found ^ poo] under
'nverted basin and "La Belle Otero''
April 14
The celebrated    dancer    gave    her
I Christian  name as Caroline and  her
���The opening i age as 32,   She candidly admitted that
I a
Canadian Northern
Townsite
"Right  in  amongst  it."
league   season   in
between the locals
(dub     was    most
Sherman   and   many
being   present.    The
by 3 to 0.
lino on record a presi-
States threw  tho
Jprs
Ksldent and Mrs. Tail
Jpw��.
k ild whai was more, seemed
* nf;j()V the contest.
* Ldance broke all records.
��SdSf was stubbornly con-
,!(" ���i. Bides, Walter Johnson
"������ftSto star. He .odd
Core down to one lone hit and
���-..,: the locals were never In
Ppijn. on the other hand, run
feji thirteen hits for a total J. l
gh* being the Washing-
halting l''"1 ''���
FTthe pitchers  the   fielding
exceptionally   clean   and   sensa-
'���TheSC0R': ��� R.H.B.
3 13    1
0    10
she went to the Aviation club three
or four times during its brief existence of a week, "because she liked
gambling." To the magistrate's question whether she won or lost Mile.
Otero pensively replied: "When one
gambles ono always loses."
"And Is it true that when the club
was raided you were found In a cupboard'.'" the magistrate asked. "Such
is the ease," she answered with dignity.
us native purity and garden freshness is per
fectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets,  g
i Blaek, Mixed Md N*tur��l Oreca, 40c, 50c, <5Q�� and 70�� por lb,  ' r   I X
Lot 14 In Section 20���Five acres on
Hi-Jorth Road; $3,000; 1-2 cash, balance t> and 12 months.
���
80 Acres in Section 21-
TERMS.
-$450 an acre.
PHILADELPHIA STRIKE
DISTURBANCES RENEWED
"Mr. McCann" Wins Steeplechase.
Paris,   April   14.���The   Prix  Pach-
erez, a steeplechase handicap of $2,(100,
distance two miles and five furlongs,
at   Auteull   today   was   won  by
Wldemer's "Mr. McCann.'"
Sympathizers Attack Cars in Northern
Section   of   Quaker   City���Police
Forced   to   Use   Clubs.
AEROPLANES MAY BECOME
GOVERNMENT'S PROPERTY
Iitlr.. on 
I    ., It'her cities todaj
AmCM-ican.
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Philadelphia,  April   14.���Crowds  of
sympathizers of striking employees of
the  Philadelphia  Rapid  Transit company   attacked  cars  in various  parts
of  the  northern  section  of  the  city
today and the police had considerable
trouble in dispersing disturbers. Chios
were freely  used and  in  some cases
policemen were compelled to threaten
the crowds with  revolvers.
^^_^____________^_______^^__ At numerous points ln Kensington,
notified   that    the    four    aeroplanes "where  the train stopped  which had
0 I which Paulham used in his fli. hts on | Mayor  Reynolds on  board, who was
'.���������. .r. ti,..t ,��,,_ of the city, he
Important Sale]!
Under instructions from Mrs. Bar-
net, of New Westminster, I will offer
for sale at the residence,
303 Third Avenue, New
Westminster, B. C.
Thursday Next
Commencing at 10 a. m.
10-Acre block on Main Road���$475 an
acre.
12 Two-acre blocks In Section 30,
Block 5, N. R. 2 West. B. C. E, Ry.
runs through and close to these blocks.
New York. April 11.���An outfit ofl
French aeroplanes may become government property by seizure if litigation over them is not settled soon. Attorneys for Louis Paulham, the French
iviator, said today that they had been
four    aeroplanes
11. E.
Nat.mai.
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IlGFORD KNOCKS OUT
BARRY    IN   SIXTEENTH
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the Pacific coast and in the West on a visit, to that part of the city, he
would he sei/.ed by the L'nited States was recognized and jeered. The In-
if they were not taken back to France, spectlon trip was cut short.
by April 25. I	
Alter   Paulham   left   New  York  the ; CHORUS GIRLS HURT
machines  were  attached  by    Edwin when  AUTO UPSETS
Cleary  In a  suit   [or  preach of con-. 	
tract and have since been In the cus-| Los Angeles, April 14.���Eleven per-
tody of tho sheriff. Recently Madame I sons, chorus girls and attaches of a
6 Paulham, wife of the aviator, made ap- local theatre, were injured when an
plication to the courts for the release automobile was ditched early this
of the machines, asserting they were morning ln Pasadena. Bessie Zeli-
her property. !,���.,. nn;1 Grace Taylor, of a local thea
tre, were the most  severely Injured,
although not seriously.
The accident was the result of another, P. W. Turnbull,   of   Pasadei a
had alighted trom a street car and the
automobile struck him a glaclni blow,
Tl e driver turned around to see what
lTh" Dal'y -v       Is not i    pi ��������� Ibl !   had happenea and i���si control of his
tor the opinions expressed by Its cor-   (a|.   whlch Bwerved lnt0 a aiu-ii and
ondenl ,   erturned.
Correspondence
The contents of this beautifully furnished house, supplied throughout
from Jenkins, of Toronto, the well
known antique dealer.
The following are amongst the
more important items: I
Antique English dining room suite,
consisting of artistic buffet, extra I
board extension table; eight dining
chairs, china cabinet, all in mahogany,
in perfect condition, of graceful design and splendid workmanship; very
beautiful Sheraton roll head bed,
dressing table, candle table, rocking
chair and chest of drawers, all in ma-
Ihogany, antique mahogany tea table,
! chairs, ottoman, centre table, davenport, etc., together with other high
cla i turnlture, all in perfect condition.
The sale will be by private treaty
only.   Catalogues will be issued and
obtainable at the house or from
T. J. TRAPP & CO.,  LTD.
New Westminster. Phone 59.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
THE   SURREY  SPECIALISTS.
Phone  85.���C28  and 746 Columbia  St.
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'fffjM*. What's the Use
b, Apt ii  11.���In a  fighl
I trated  am w the ability
P ird, of Boston, and added
lon   of Jim   Barry,   of
.- gameness and ability
lent, tiie Boston "De-
white  antagonist   to
P' lai count in the b!x-
*''"    '. : < e Vernon arena to-
lar.
What's the use of having a nice
garden, and the hens scratching
it all up?
What's the use of having hens
if you  don't  keep  them  home.
Try   us   for   wire   netting   and
fencing.
CHAM3ERLIN CUP GAME.
Tirabor   limit   for   sale,   containing
ten  to twelve million feet of fir and
.cedar.   This is a good lugging proposition  and  convenient   to  water.    Iti
: order to close up an estate must be
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Isold   at   once.     For   particulars   and
^^^^^^_^__ . price, apply to Owner, 1001 Sixth av-
match   played   luesaay  m.m  *.  w..= ,    London,  Vpril 14.���Disquieting rum-   '    ln   mPw Westminster **
club between teams rrom New West-  ��� .  0| anot       |   nerai election are In ' '
minster and the National Sports club,  the  air.    The  busier   political  spell-
aver, some misstatements occur ] binders get the fewer are the books!
T. J.Trapp St Co., Ltd.
Editoi  D illy N< ws.
sir;   ln yom- report of the billiard
mati h  played Tuesday  night  at this
i FATE  OF  EOOKS  HANCS
OM   ENGLISH   POLITICS
game between Isold in Britain, where the public can
1 pay attention to one thing at a
���LICK
"CON" MEN   SELL
"TICKETS" TO   BIG   FIGHT
��� ���   ' | (.���A gang ot slick
toence up:  |    working Broadway
s irts Belling "tie-
to the great arena
ti
with reference to thi   , .
.     t.   j ?ew^stndnster, and **-.��*_��, ~    .^- u
'"Has referee of the game in ques- \i_ mean bad business alike   or au-
;j. ;\;id' itched  Its  progress  very mors  and  publishers,  espe. 1 ,i,    01
attentively,   particularly   the  shot in   the lighter class of goods   Bxpeiience
e    The cannon was not made,  shows that people weighted with tne
���^^xds!r'��-��^i5ffl.��!i.��3��!K!a?
I take place nexl Independence day -Ita^01 m *auuuuuuuuuum  muuuuuuuum^
afterwards
.      I that tins gang has disposed I table   twice
ItoJrels ,   .   at prices rang-1 three points to his sco.e
and   added  except thai of W. W. Jacobs, that Ie
Robinson , then In demand
���
tn  Slu to $100, and ;
���   portatlon betwi ��� a
rk and San Francisco.
worthless, and the
Mlovi i   to  have  cleaned   up
Ing   the  few  days  It
al work.
then make a break of 30 point.-;, the]    When political crises are anticipated
ires   standing,   Robinson   179   and  publishers with Important books ln the,
Granl   109.    It   was at   this stage ot  press are obliged to leave the date of
the game thai Grunt refused to finish I publication an open question    *"
the i ������������'��� ���
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M.
April  14
11. RAMSEY.
1910.
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other general election does convulse
England bi tore summer is over there
will be an unprecedented glut of
hooks al the fall Beason. There will
then be a struggle for survival, mucl
.u^MMMtMHHMHHHtf t0 the benefit of publicity agents.
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��� 'rv except of the very hest boH will
t have no chance. The first-class art-
Side, even, ls always a difficult propost
Will buy 349 feet waterfrontage-3.15
acres-access to road and under cultivation.   $2700  cash,   balance to arrange.
APPLY
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lion.    Apropos of this, Meredith oik
when writing to .1. Comyns Carr, said:
"As  to  publishing  books of verse   1
have paid heavily for that audacity In
pounds sterling,   " '   ' *~ >��������������
the  bull, the
lug cur."
1 had for audience |
donkey   and  the  bark
CRUSADE AGAINST CONSUMPTION
Brening & Co.
Rooms 5 and 6, Merchants Bank Building,
New Westminster, B. C.
��� I
The year 1909 will be marked In the
calendar as a red letter year in the
history of the crusade against consumption. The movement received a
'great impulse from the congress of dis
jtingiiished physicians wliich was held
  i I Washington, U. S., in the autumn of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m     J.IHOS to consider the further measures
)��*���*���������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������   <     he taken to stamp out this dread
���,'ful enemy  to the  lite
"! of mankind
The Timberiand Lumber Company,  Lid.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
Fir   Cedar and Spruce  Lumber, Rough,   Dressed   and   Kiln   Dried,   Dimension Timber and Shingles,  Cedar Poles and  Piling  in  any quantity.
Ask Us for Prices
Office,  Room 8, Thompson Blk.
A. J. CRAIG, Man. Director
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
P. O. Box 953
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW  STERNWHEELER
S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Milling   Company's  Wharf,  New  Westminster
With    Passengers   and   Freight    as    Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
and happiness
$38,000
Will   Buy   Section 13 Block   5
Range 1 W. in  Surrey.
157 Acres.
Exclusive Sale
About
BRENING &  CO.
Me'chants Bank BldK New Westminster
Canada   in   common  with   rest   of
North   America,   perhaps  one   should
say the whole civilized world, has par-.
ticipated in the renewed and increased !
activity which resulted from the deliberations of the congress,
i    Never since the organization of the
Canadian Association for the Prevention  of  Tuberculosis has  there  been
, such activity displayed in Canada in
} this fight for life.    Older branch as-
! sedations   have   been   leiuvigorated,
1 new   associations   have   been   formed
which are showing  in  many cases a
vigorous activity.    Several new institutions for the relief and treatment of
consumptives have been opened and
| the  demand  for  literature  has  been
i larger than ever.    Take It all In all
] 1009 "was a year of great progress in
the work of the association.
The tenth annual  meeting wlll  be
J held In Montreal on June 7, and pre-
j parations   are  being  made   to   make
this one of the best, if not the best
| meeting In the history of the association.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 740, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.CB R.
car station. ���_, ���     ,_;   .      **
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
VV OUKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
EL v'ERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
PERSONS other  than   employees accidentally  injured    about    thi
premises invariably sue for damages.
REGARDLESS of their own responsibility  for the  accident,  or the
existence of negligence on the part of others.
ON the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence ot
the accident by which he was Injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-Increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
is sometimes seriously Impaired by such damage suits.
I   O go to law means lass of time,  money, endless' annoyance and
^^^     worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident un
less you are insured. ^L
ONLY Insurance against such risks will 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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Phone 62.    "The Insurance Man"
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GOOD Workmanship costs no more than BAD, and if you
are thinking of building this summer it will pay you to talk with us.
Our Building Department will submit plans, supervise construction, and save you money. Mr. Darke places at your disposal
35 years practical knowledge of building and it will suprise you to
know of the many ways we can help you to save money and at the
same time secure the best workmanship and material. If necessary
we will find the money for you.
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15, .1910.
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GRANVILLE REALTY CO.
21 09 Granville St.
PhonciR4949       Vancouver, B.C.
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ENGLAND IS HARSHLY
CRITICIZED ABROAD
TAKE NOTICE Hint an application
has been made to register the Corpor-
fttlon nl' lhe Township or District of
fauiioy as the owner in feci simple, undo, a Ti.x Sale Deed from tho Reeve
and Clerk of the Corporation of the
Icwnttip or District of Surrey to the
Corpoiiu'ci of the Township or District of Surrey, bearing dates of the
21st day of October, A.l)., 11)05 and
Hist day ot December, A.D., 1901, of
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being In the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of Drit-
is\ Columhla, moro particularly known
and described as: Lot 1 In subdivision 24 of block 1 of section 30, block
5 north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,
Inclusive, of subdivision 23 of section
16, block 5, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 111, Inclusive, block 14 of southeast Quarter section 4, township 9;
lots 5,(1, and 7, In subdivision 22 of
section 16, block 5, north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 23, In subdivision
23 of section 16, block 5, north range
2, west; lots 1, 2, 2, 4, 5, 8, 7, 8, 11,
12, block 4 of lot 387A, group 2; lots
2 to 6 .Inclusive, block 14 of southeast, quarter section 4, township '.);
lot 5, block 3 of lot 3S7A, group 2;
lot 38, block 2 of lot 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block 3 of southeast quarter section -I, township !); lots 18, 19,
block 2 of southeast, quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block IG 'of
southeast quarter section 4, township
9, map 619; lot 23, block IG of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whoso
title is not registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
aii' required to contest tho claim of
London Times Voices Protest
Against Absurd Statements in American Papers,
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Phone  333
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
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i... ed :t ton i ( coal���any of our
diners   will   1,.   .'inl   U"1   take
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ri .-111t���good coal in your cellar at short notice. Also, our
ne is in good order, and
lr numbers ar,- 16 .-uui 16.
Coal procured here Is crack-a-
j.ick coal, however secured.
the   tax   purchaser   within   forty-five
days from tlie day of the first  publication of this notice upon you, and
ln  default  of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
period,  or  in  default  of  redemption
before registration, you and  each of
you will lie forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
ni- in respect of tlie said land, ami I
sliall register The Corporation of the
Township   or   District   of   Surrey   as
owner thereof in fee.   And I hereby
er that  publication of this notice
I'm-.-  thirty days  in  a daily  newspaper
published- in   New  Westminster  will
be pomi and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
:: v  Wi    min ter, Province of British
Columbia, this 29tb day of March, A,
D��� 1010.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrl :t Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
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| When the overseas delegates to the
, imperial Press conference were trav-
I elling through the north of England
last sumiiK r, after having witnessed
Something Of the pageantry of London and the might of the fleet and the
army, one Canadian editor turned to
an English colleague and said: "I have
been looking for tho past three weeks
for signs of the decadence of England. For years I have read of the
decline of British business, British
strength and lirltlsli pluck," says the
London Times.
"I have on the contrary found an
England greater, more enterprising
and stronger than ever. I am going
lack home with new Ideas of the old
country."
Why had this Canadian editor looked at England up to this time in such
a false perspective? Why was it necessary lor him to visit tho mother
land to obtain a correct view of her
actual position?
In The Times for February 25, Major A. C.| Morrison-Bell, M.P., gave
some facts which help to answer this
question���
"I have no hesitation in saying,"
Major Morrison-Bell declared, "and 1
speak with over six years experience
of Camilla, and merely from the man-
lfi-th?-streel point of view, that most
IJrWshors wculd fail to recognize the
old country from the Intelligence supplied, more or less daily, by the news
agencies to the journals from one end
of lhe Di mu.lon to the other.
"Cai^ia is being inoculated with to-
tal'y false Impressions and ideas of
what. England really is. and It is surely
time this was changed."
This may seem harsh criticism by
those unacquainted witli the facts.
One or two illustrations will show how
it is justified.
The Saturday Evening Post is one of
the leading weekly papers in the Unl-
ter States, lt is sold and sold largely
from east to west of Canada, a special
service of street sales
in all the great cities. Here is a quotation from an article in the Post of
March 5 last dealing witli England:
'lu his own house the Englishman
Is absolute  king, in the very  lowest
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LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
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SHOW CASES
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MATES   SUPPLIED
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
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J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
Eleventh  and Carline. PHONE 473
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geef, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
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E. C. Traves, Manager.
phone 101. 645 Columbia street.
TAKE NOTICE I appi   atlon
i ade to r<; ;lsUr Geoi ������.
Troi! en as the owner in
p.e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin M. Carncross, collector of the
Municipality of Surrey, to George.
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of Se] i. mbi r, A. D. 1008, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, B.ock 1, being n portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock & North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
tinder you and all persons claiming any interest in the said
land by virtue of an unregistered instrument, ar.d all persons claiming any interer.t in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the eiaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon yc i .
and in default of a caveat or <jrt I ���
cate of lis pendens being filed vlt h.n
such period, or ln default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to or in respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof in fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days In a dally newspaper published In New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A-D19i��- C.S.KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry.    John
Doue'as. A]Wn^er G. MpofM-'gnp.
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ba'ud. Whether she supports him or ^
not he has the privilege ot beating her
but in a country so overrun with wo-
lin n as England is perhaps the super-
flous . sh mid be willing to pay
extra for the | rivilege of marriage.
' The \ ��� ,'������' hy an I aristrocratlc woman defers to 1 ind just as her
, ���'. i does; he ex] ressi s his
wishi i and i ��� cat i h .'- Litem out. She
usually has mi income of her own, but.
Li s not suppo ���'. to have views that
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lake lu r chil      ..     t      from her it ho
not II roll Ious beliefs or j
Iter ass
.-.ine is a   popular : I
1   i    nthly  that also    circu-1|
. widely in Canada.   Here is what
i ;.��� 's   Magazine   has   to     say i |
about England:
" l be ;i st ol tin' island {i.e., the pro-!
vinci    outside London) does not count,!
for most of  the  people in it do  not I
know whether the United States is a||
brand of tobacco or a new brew    of
bitter beer.
. "London at best is a soggy kind of
place. . . What Americans had to
do���and they are still doing it���was
to cheer up this gloomy city and endeavor to expand the gloomy minds.
It was a long and difficult task.
"The Englishman of the working
class, the clerk and all those who go
to make up the bulk of the population
is a thin, pale, anemic creature, under-
size and hollow-chested and most
i nprepossessing. Some tlmo ago a
scientist said the heads of London
people were getting smaller and there
was an enormous howl. But it is easier to buy a seven-and-a-half hat in
Emporia, Kansas, than In London, and
any one who doubts lt has only to try.
"Precedent is what the Englishmen
revels in. . , What was good enough
for father Is good enough for uie, and
must be good enough for my son, too.
"Anything that does not make them
think gets thc English."
Multiply quotations such as these
a thousand-fold. Let the young Canadian be brought up from childhood
on a literature that teaches him to
look on England as a land whose day
is done. Is it any wonder that in the
end hc comes to think it is true?
What is the remedy for this?
Our New Spring Shirts can be
seen any time between 8 a. m. and
6 p. m.
It is getting to be so that everybody wears our shirts; so we just
wish to announce that we have the
swellest range of Spring and Summer Shirts we have ever had the
pleasure of showing you.
We have the pleated bosom, showing group stripes, graduated stripes, or figured stripes, and the soft front in color combinations of unusual novelty and attractiveness.
$1.00, $1.25 to $2.50. fl |   |
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Our Shirt Department is very complete.   But it would be as well
make  selections  early,  for  the   first  warm  day  that comes  will
cause a rush for the handsome new patterns.
A new shipment of Collars just arrived; in every shape that fashion decrees, from the close gtting double collars to the low cutaway style .
to
Clothiers and Haberdashers
601 Columbia Street. <
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Three blocks of acreage close to the
growing city of Cloverdale. ��150 per
acre; good terms.
Symines & Crandell
Dean Block, Columbia Street
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ENGLISH  JUDGE   DIVIDES
AUTHORS   INTO  CLASSES
Six Money making buys for home or investment.
$1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inquire at once.
Also  a   500  foot  bargain   in   Waterfront at $25.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR  QUICK
SALES.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LID.
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Room 4, Merchants
MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Band  Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
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NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William E. Wright,
of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply���to
the Assistant Commissioner of Lamis
for a license to prospect for coal ami
petro.eum on the following described
"commencing at a post marked Wm.
E. Wright's southwest corner   set a
the southeast, corner of Dirt let u��
No. 205, Group 2, New WHtatartW
District, thence east one mile  thence
north   one  mile,  thence   wert  three
fourths of a mile, thence south three
fourths of  a mile, thence jest one
fourth of a mile,  thence  south one
fourth of a mile to the point of commencement. irrOTftTIT
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
London, April 14.���Judge Parry, of
the English county court bench, donned the cap and bells the other day
at Manchester, and gave writers a
good-humored roasting. Me divided
authors into four classes���those who
write from vanity, those who write
from greed, those, who write for the
fun of the thing, and those who had a
message to deliver.
Poison In print was submerged in a
downpour of scorn. More playful was
Judge Parry in forecasting the creation of a licensing betfeh to license
libraries.
"On these," he said, "no magistrate
would be able to sit who had ever read
a book ,or was connected with the
publishing trade, but magistrates who
were total abstainers from reading
and writing would properly form the
majority."
Judge Parry ls a well known and
well liked personage In English literary circles, and has the rare faculty
of keeping his heart green and his wit
|llmber in spite of the musty atmosphere ot his county court.
Is This a Snap or Not ?
20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months	
H. M. LENNIE
Phone 596
650 Columbia Street
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  APR,L   ,j
1910
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution Is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST In commercial education iind to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St. Principal,
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account,
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 18691
Capital   Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000,000
New  Westminster,  B. C.  Branch,
F. RHUTE   Manager.
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ATtANTICB Y EAMSHIPS
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Do not  book your passage without
seeing us first.    Our system of handling   tickets  from   the  Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and  rates applv
ED. GOULET,
C.P.K. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes Tor Ladles from |12./i
op.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Sliver WatcheB, gents' open case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
.Mayor Lee has received word to
the effect that the last Issue of New
Westminster bondB has been sold to
the Bank of Montreal in London at
l(i3 or three points above the price
at which Stimson ii. Co. purchased
them a few months ago. The amount
secured by the Bank of Montreal is
(394,000, which is all that was offered
for sale with the exception of $4,000
worth of advertising bonds which-
have been retained by Stimson & Co.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Koyal Cafe grows every day.
It Is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
Stephen Simmons, the man arrested
on Wednesday for purloining a lady's
umbrella, was found guilty In the police coure yesterday and sentenced
to three months In jail.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, K-08.     **
See the new arrivals at Fales, Agnes street. ���*
A fisherman by the name of Jack
Falconer, charged with having in his
possession some articles stolen from
a gasoline launch, appeared in the
police court yesterday, but was remanded till this morning to allow him
to secure evidence for his defence.
Magistrate Corbould would not allow
him out on bail. Within the past few
months there have been several
thefts reported along the waterfront,
and the police are determined to make
an example of any man found guilty
of having a hand In the thefts.
To Furnish an Office, see W. E,
Fales. **
Another impetus to tne movement
to establish a Y. W. C. A. here was
given yesterday, when it was announced that James Cunningham had
presented a lot on Royal avenue for
the good of the cause.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
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 any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone R. 278.
Invitations are out for a flower
dance to be given by Mrs. M. Lester,
of Vancouver, on Tuesday, April 19,
in the Pythian rink. Harpur's full
orchestra has been engaged for the
evening.
For Ladies' Desks, go to W. E.
Fales. **
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
great demand. **
The regular monthly meeting of
the trades and labor council will be
held in the Labor temple this evening.
Mrs. F. C. Meyers left yesterday for
the south, where she will spend the
summer months.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
W. H. Keary is the recipient of a
letter from Lord Strathcona, Canadian
commissioner in London. The Canadian nobleman writes on private business, but in the letter he refers to
the visit he made here last summer.
He wrote that his visit. TTere had been
a very pleasant experience and he still
has the kindest recollections of New
Westminster.
Eight roomed house, barn and three
acres of good pasture land to rent on
new Yale road; about fifty yards from
bridge approach. $25 per month. Apply to W. J. Kerr. **
The mysterious disappearance of
James Tyrer, who ieft his home at
Agassiz in the middle of March and
has not been seen since, was explained
yesterday when it became known that
he  was  short In his accounts and a
warrant had been issued for his arrest. No particulars are available beyond the fact that he must have covered his defalcations with some skill,
as It was not discovered when the
post ofiice Inspector went up Immediately after he disappeared.
An "at home" was given by the
Misses Craik and Miss I. M. Marshall
in the parllor of Queen s avenue Methodist church yesterday evening when
a pleasant time was enjoyed. A collection taken up in support of the
Methodist missionary boat Homespun
realized $20.
The
chairs
Fales.
The
Lodge,
finest   assortment   of   Morris
ever   seen    ln    this    city    at
annual roll
No. 3, I. O.
call of Royal Citv
O. F., will be held
this evening.
South Westminster property Is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and tbey
will put before you some good things.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. 11. J. H. Thrift takes this opportunity to thank her friends and the
Sons of England Benefit socitey for
their many acts of kindness to her-
'self and family, during the long Illness of her late husband.
FURNITURE   PRICES.
Proposal for a General Increase Discussed at Trade Meeting.
Guelph, April 14.���A largely-attcnd-
e.l meeting of the Ontario Furniture
Manufacturers' association was held
at the Wellington hotel here, some
thirty members being present from
nearly all the furniture centres of the
province. The two most important
topics under consideration were the
question of advanced prices on all
manufactured goods and the appointment of a solicitor. The different
members stated that their factories
were all tunning full time, and the
business generally was considered
good. However, It was decided to
leave the question of prices to be discussed at a subsequent meeting as the
present time was considered inopportune for the desired increase.
The matter of selecting a solicitor
bt ought out many startling facts. For
some years back the association has
not had a solicitor and its business has
suffered as a consequence. Quite recently many of the business houses
lost considerable through a failure ln
Medicine Hat. The employment of a
solicitor would guarantee against such
losses.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
97 Piece Dinner Service
Apple  Green
Gold   Illuminated
SPECIAL TODAY
$14
Regular $18.50
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and sed for the same.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
MINTS DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN  BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention wlll be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
For a Few Days Only
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SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage
Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
F. J. HART & Co
LIMITED.
Cotton Shantung
Poplin Suitings
Perfect imitations of real slllt���so splendidly have the weavers
and dyers done their work that no doubt is possible regarding the
success of their endeavors to perfect their production of cotton
suiting; shades of Wisteria, Reseda, Myrtle, Drown, Hose Pink, Nile,
Fawn, Natural, Cream, Navy, etc., are here In many fabrics, Cotton
Shantungs, Cotton Pongees, Corded Poplins, Bedford Cords, Llnene,
Indian Head In weights particularly appropriate for spring and summer Tailored Waists and Suits.   Per  yard,  20  to   75c
15,000 Yards of
Prints and
Ginghams
15c per Yard; 7
Yards for $1.00
No store in the provlnc,
shows a more complete Btockol
Wash Fabrics In tl e Immense
range of Plain and Fancy Ging,
hams, English PrlntB, White
Crossbar and Striped Muslim
Colored    Muslins,    Ducks,   per'
cales, etc., are th lors did.
ally shown from Beason to sea,
son   as   well   as   hundreds y
new tones In new designs im
which fashion has i el herta]
We   carry   only   the  bi   l <ua\\.
ties   and   we   have   confidence
that   the  colors  are  absolutely
fast.    Visit   the   v,    i (|)0d3 '���
Section  or   write  foi   Bamplea
Per yard, 15c, 7 yards f-u- $1.00
Moirette and Heatherbloom
Underskirts $2 to $3 each
Either Moirette or Heathe, bloom Is a material reliable in every
way. These materials have bei n made purposely for Underskirts.
Skirts are made with full flounce on which are two narrow frills;
also with wide dust ruffle Underneath. Shown in Black, Hrown,
Green, Navy and Black and White Check.   Each, $2.00 to   $3.00
Scotch Plaid Moirette
Underskirts Each .2.25
Fine quality Moirette in very pretty Tartan designs. Skirts are
made full with deep flounce ruffles;  all lengths.    Each    $2.25
Children's Wash Dresses
50c to ��1.00 Each
Our showing of Children's Wash Dresses Is worthy of the consideration of any mother who finds It difficult or impossible to make het girl's
clothing. Prices are very little higher than the cost of material alone and
all sl/.es are here.
In these Wash Dresses the materials used are English Prints, Gtag-
mms, Chambrays and Percales, trimmed with pipings. The work upon
these dresses Is well done; no raw seams; built in proper proportions
for Canadian girls; and colors are fast. Sizes suitable for girls 1 to J
years of age.    Each 50c to   $100
Infants' White Frocks
50c to $175 Each
Mull Lawn and Soft Cambric, made up in attractive styles for the
wee folks. These Frocks are daintily trimmed with lace and Bheer embroidery. Many styles from which to choose your baby's frock at prices
ranging from 50c to $1.75
Many New Attractive
Features Find Favor in the
Millinery Section
Every  day sees  some
Of Millinery Novelties.   I)
a  new  selection  of  fine
London. Fancy bandeaux
ideas. New straw plaits a
Including wheats and gras
placed in stock.    These
terials are being rapidly
creations.
Visit the Millinery De
Hat while the selection I
thing new ln the showing
urlng the past few days
straw shapes direct from
depleting latest New York
nd fancy flower sprays,
ses has been received and
varied and handsome ma-
moulded   Into  up-to-date
partment and secure your
s at Its best.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
^K<^��^mP&imVi!_rai:. THl)R
SDAV, APB'L 14' 191��-
THE DA1LV NEWS.
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PAGE NINE.
5m* not
q||L TO GERMANY'S
Lmous
Teuton"
Educator Says Brit
ish
Training Falls Far
Short of Mark.
inril 14.���Prof.  Rogozlnskl,
rlin', narfflan educational expert
IC*.   ������.rlv lecturer at the Unl-
i.  of Liu'"""
is|l!... treatise
I
i��erpool, ls about to pub-
'", treatise dealing with the
% * between the British and
P8"9 educational systems. He
Wt conclusions, based on an In-
f, woirledge, may be summariz-
4B������iiools   and    educational
INDIANS ARC FAST
BECOMING EXTINCT
Hudson's Bay Factor Sees
Passing of Red Race as an
Event of the Future.
MUSE AND CURE OF
WHEAT SICKNESS REVEALED
Prof.   Boley,   of   North    Dakota,    Rewarded  After  Prolonged   Experiments���Remedy   Is   Simple.
in every respect inferior
tchuols   and   educational
{v*P s��
, Get""11
l**(l;Htlon of English schools
& u'.iformlty.
��''c'jIMclitTs to whom Is entrust-
.ufeducatlon  of  tho  young, are
m m thorough Bcientlilc peda-
m,tt training-
���[ecottsc'ii"""''' of these defects Is
���tEosllBb children cannot bo edtt-..,,,,.
I with the necessary    thorough-
emature ipeclalizatlon and the ex-
erated system of value attached to
miration, as well as the one-sided
���otioti to sport, tend to diminish
value of the English educational
idem.
DREW TWO YEARS.
Itenegrm Convicted   of   Raising  a
Cheque at Prince  Rupert,
frlnce Rupert. April M.���B. Moscos,:
Montenegrin, was sentenced to two
���s!n the penitentiary yesterday by
I young.   The prisoner had been
meted of raising  a  cheque  from
J) to $80.80.
jioscos had heen employed ln rail- j
|t labor, and among his countrymen i
i something of a leader.    The for-1
r caw had been In the courts-- for
bweeks, and there were many ad-
ji. merits to tidmit of fhe fullest evi
p.
[j'j;;e Young, In imposing sentence, |
narked that It was in his power to
Moscos to a very long term.
(would, however be as lenient as
Jwistanees would p?rmlt, W. E. ,
paras, who appeared for the prison-
put up an able defence, and
teed all the evidence that It wa3
Me to procure. No stone had been
ll unturned, that the prisoner might
I liven a fair trial. However, the
���totthe accused was manifest, and
Iti6 impossible to Ignore the gravid the offence, particularly so ln a
(lltePrince Rupert, where so many
U'tepnld ln cheques.    Sentence
sites passed.
l\k Star-Dominion
Wian Service
M REAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
is. UURENTIC���
Triple screw,  14,900 tons.
JS. MEGANTIC���
Twin screw, 14,900 tonr. The
largest and most modern. Accommodation -qual to ar. cross-
in8 the Atlantic.
I Pw Rates and Tickets Apply to
E.GOULET,
C P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
Westminster
transfer Co.
|*����gage
PHons 115.     Barn "Phone 18? j
Columbia Street
delivered   promptly   to
art ot the clty.
Jgkt and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TW.M   DEPOT.
Edmonton .April 14.���Slowly, but
surely, the Indians of the far north are
dying off. At the present rate of extinction the historic red man wlll before many years pass from the North
American continent as the far-famed
buffalo, which shared with him the
plains in time past, has done. This
ls the prediction of A. Brabant, Hudson's Hay company's factor for the
Mackenzie district, who ls now,visiting ln the city.
Mr. Hrabant has his headquarters
at Kort Hae, on the northern arm of
Greater Slave lake, more than a
thousand miles from Edmonton, He
bus just returned from Winnipeg,
where he was attending the annual
meeting of the factors of the coin-
In a few days he Wlll leave
again for his far northern post.
Twelve   Years  In   North.
For the past twelve years the factor lias been In charge of the company's posts In the north, lie ls a
man of about &0 years of age and has
spent the last Llu years at various
places In the employ of the company
and was stationed at Fort Smith ln
11)10, when the epidemic of measles
swept the north country. The number of Indians that died from that
cause in the years 11)01-0. was appalling. Since then la grippe has been
claiming a large number of victims
each year, and at Kort Smith the hunters have decreased fronl fifty of live
years ago to twenty at the present
time.
Affecting  the  Company.
This decrease of Indians Is having
Its effect upon the Hudson's Bay Co.
and since the rabbits have left during the last two years great privations are being felt by the different
tribes. The past winter, although
milder than usual, has seen many
tribes brought to sore straits to keep
alive.
78  Deaths at Fort  Rae.
At Fort Kae TS deaths have taken
place this winter. The tribe there
consists of approximately 500 people
and are aiming the best cared for Indians In the north, being ln constant
touch with the Hudson Bay company,
the missions and the K. N. W. M.
police.
Steps to Improve conditions have
been taken within the last five years
by the government
Is now stationed at Fort Hae and free
medicine is being distributed by the
government, but for some reason the
disease cannot be stamped out,
Missions Doing Good Work.
I The Catholic and English church
missions are giving the children an
education and a training that ls having a good efTect as It makes the girls
better fitted to look after their homes
and the boys to become better able
to attend to the wants of their families.
When asked If the    Indians    were
careful   as  to    their    sanitary   conditions Mr. Brabant said that-this was
i not   the  cause  of  their  sickness,   as
they  were  never  very  long  In    one
place  and   as    a    result     were    not
troubled with uncleanliness.
I    Smoking ls also having its effect.
I Tbe  Indian  has  always smoked,  but
I he pointed out that they are learning
j earlier than they formerly did.    The
i boys now learn to smoke at   a   very
i early age and smoke incessantly.
Intermarriage Not Common.
When the subject of Intermarriage
in   families   was   mentioned,   he   said
! that  that   was  not  as    common     as
i people  thought,  bnt    in    some  cases
'it was the cause of disease,    and he
j has seen  cases of scrofula resulting
from too close intermarriages.
Tlte  Indian is careless  about  him-
Fargo, N.D., April 11.���After experimenting for the last thirteen years
Prof. H. F. Boley, of the University of
North Dakota, discoverer of flax slck-
neBs and cure which has rejuVenated
the fields of Russia and the older part
of thc United States, announced that
be has discovered the five distinct
types of parasites which cause the
various varieties of wheat sickness.
This sickness has made lands seemingly barren throughout the world and is
gradually choking the pro rata of crops
ia the present wheat growing countries. The experiments have been
conducted on a plot of land reserved
for years at the site of the Agricul-
tai.il college, half a mile west of
Fargo.
Prof. Boley says the fungi resmeble
ln shape and in reaction on plant life
the tuberculosis germs which afflict
human life, but that the cure is far
easier, being nothing less than a correct rotation of crops, being chleflv
clover, corn and potatoes, until tests
of lands show the absence of the parasitical  fungi.
Prof. Boley says the five fungi came
to afflict the world's soils from the
same unknown cause which gave
birth to the human tubercull, and that
they were carried by water and wind,
nnd especially blown straw tn threshing time, farther and farther out over
the world until they are now threatening to throttle the world's supply of
wheat and bread.
PORTLAND BANK LOSES
$7,000  ON   BUNCO   GAME
Portland, April 14.���Local detectives are trying to solve the mysterious disappearance of $7,000 which is
missing from the security vaults of
the German American bank.
The money was deposited by two local attorneys several weeks ago for
an unnamed client and was to be left
in escrow pending the settlement of
certain litigation.
One day last wee^ an unknown man
called at the vault department of the
bank and representing himself as one
of the attorneys, stated that he had
lost the key to the strong box.
He told such a straightforward story
that he overcame any possible scruples
of the man in charge and the box was
md  a physician I opened and the $7,000 abstracted. The
man then disappeared.
The real custodians called nt the
vault department later ln the week to
pet the money and found the strong
box empty.
Numerous detectives are trying to
find the man who gained access to the
vault and made away with the contents. ��� '
For Sale
BY OWNER
$2000 cash down buys the best business property on Begbie street; close to Columbia, main street.
Balance very easy.
A Snap
$2000 cash down buys 160 acres of land, rich
black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre blocks, facing
Stave Lake Road, price $16 per acre. The timber
itself is worth more. The Stave Lake Power Company is going to have car service there in the very
near future.
Apply
C. S. NEWS OFFICE
TENDERS FOR   SUPPLIES.
SEALED TENDERS addressed t*>
the undersigned, at New Westminsterv-
B. C., and endorsed on the envelope-
"Tender for Supplies" will be received
up to nqpn of Monday, 11th day ol
April, 1'JIO, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and!
Coal, required for the use of the Department of Public Works at New
Westminster, B. C, until March 31_
1911.
Tho supplies furnished must be of
the best quality of their several kinds-
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or'
where specified in tlie form of Ten*
der.
The Department reserves the right,
to accept the whole or part of any-
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained'
at the office of the Resident Engineer,.
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster, B. C.
The lowest or any Tender will not.
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KRBFER,
Resident Engineer..
Depart ment   of   Public   Works,   New-
Westminster,   B.   C,   21th   March,.
1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority will not.
he paid for It.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading
Co.
'���   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK,  FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster
Box 137
self and when he ls sick does not
take any precaution against exposing
himself. When game is scarce, as
it is now, he is forced to hunt even
when unfit to leave his home.
The missions are turning out strong,
healthy children, and are taking in
as many as they can possibly get.
The two missions can handle 200
children and they are constantly coming and going.
At   Point of  Starvation.
At Fort Simpson this winter the
Indians were brought to the point
of starvation and if thc representatives of the government had not assisted hundreds would have perished.
Thev bad no food and fish was very
scarce The families are small in tho
north, only two or three children on
an average. The cause of this low birthrate, Mr. Brabant stated, was the
lack of food an.l sickness.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
CaKe* Icing
Chocolate, PlnK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     ASv
Court of Revision.
Notice ls hereby given that the Asf-
sessment Roll for the year 11)10 has*
been returned to me, and remains ire
my office where it may be Inspected^,
by any person having an interest,
therein, until the sitting of the Court:
ot Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of*
Revision on the said Assessment RoliP
will be heid at the City Hall in thc?
said City on Monday, the 18th day ot
April next, at 11 o'clock, iu the forenoon.
Any person Intending to appeal)
against the assessment must do so 1��
writing to be filed v;ith the City
Clerk at least seven days before the.
first sitting ot the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk-
n'rv ~���n. March is. Jftin
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
REWARD    EGGS!
my
Pmates Giv
J,
fAlNTERS, PAPER-HANGERS
DECORATORS.
|U Sixth
!'. Phone 667.
SOME & SONS
AND
avenue, between Second av-
''""" and Third streets.
WE8TMINBTER       - B.C.
W. RICH
gaming- and Expressing.
DEALER IN
PHONE  R527
STEAMER
UNSFER
Jill leave the Brackman-
r  Wharf   for   Ladner,
ham Island and   way
C^tt 2 o'clock, returning
I    le Mowing morning.
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
for information that wlll secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of any person damaging bouleva.rds ln the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, March 29, 1910.
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorntr Eight* Bt ant   Tilth ATM**
PHONE 17a
District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice that the Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited, a body corporate, having its head office at the>
City of New Westminster, intends to
apply for permission to lease the following described lands:���
Commenclnfl at a post planted ont
the  westerly shore  of  Pitt  river  at
its   intersection   with   the   northerly
side of the Canadian Pacific Railway
company's   right-of-way,   thence    following the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeasterly direction seveni
thousand eight hundred  (7,800) feet,
more or less, to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly   corner of   the   Pitt   River-
Lumber  Company,  Limited,  booming-
site;   thence at right angles to said"
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty  (350)  feet to the said*
northerly corner of booming site, saldP.
point  being  two  hundred   (200)   feet
from low water mark of said shore,
thence   southwesterly  and   two  hundred (200)  feet from said fow watermark  seven  thousand eight hundred'
and thirty (7,830) feet, more or less,.
to the  southwesterly  corner of said"
booming   site;   thence   northwesterly
to point of commencement;  and containing sixty (60) acres, more or less-.
THE   PITT  RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. Gray, Agent
Dated  at  the  City  of  New  Westminster, B. C, this 28th day of February, A. D. 1910. .
LAND ACTS.
FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7 per bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .16.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL *5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO FLOUR ��4.50 per Bbl-
ma   r\ ���    O  T       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to.- ���������	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone MS.
New Westmlster Land District,
District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply   for  permission  to  purchase  the-
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted  at-
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) chains from J*_%
ber limit No. 38733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and eaWrt!
erly   around   the   shore   at  low   ude
to place of commencement, containing;
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.-   i
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
:SH
��� gM&B_ga_j?__s
Many mixtnres arc offered
as substitutes Ior Royal.
None of them ls the same In composition
wZnecUveness, so wholesome and ceo-
domical, nor will
make such fine food.
ROYAL
Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
Royal Is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
Amusing Luncheon Scene In
"The Red Mill
" at the Opera House Tonight.
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FRIDAY,   APR1L
Clothi
Stock
To be Sacrificed Regardless
Biggest   Bargain   Sale   Ever   Held Here
The late Thomas Foster, who for many years conducted an extensive clothing business at 333 Hastings
Street, made it possible for thousands of British Columbians to wear up-to-date, well-made clothing, embracing at the same time honest material and a perfect fit, at the least possible cost. Now that the estate
is to be closed out within 30 days from this date, a stupendous sale, embracing legitimate bargains, in
men's and youths high-class clothing, is to take place at 333 Hastings Street, commencing Saturday morning, April 16, at 8 o'clock.   Store will be open every evening until 10 o'clock.
FREE
Suit,   Pants
and Vest
By way of Advertising we wil give away, absolutely free, on Saturday morning, April 16th, to the
First purchaser, one suit of clothes; to the Second
purchaser, one pair of pants; and to the Third purchaser, one fancy vest. Remember our Sale opens at
8 o'clock.
Men's Navy Blue Suits
Our extensive stock of 1010 men's and youths' suits, single and
double breasted, navy blue, serge and worsted, from cloth made In
East of England mills; guaranteed fast color; lined throughout with
finest Farmer's satin; thr?e buttons; medium length lapels; one of
the nattiest and neatest suits on the market. It is a line that sells
regularly at all up-to-date clothing houses at $21 the d>1^ 7C
suit.   Our Clearing Out Sale price, per suit    *r ��  * ��� ��� **
Tweed Suits
Single and Double Breasted Tweed Suits���Men's and youths'; light
greys, browns, green and dark mixtures; the cloth in every suit imported direct from mills in England. The workmanship is superior;
style up to date. A line which sells regularly at $21. d��1 O OC
Our Clearing Out Sale price   *�� * 0**UD
First Quality Tweed Suits���In cloths direct from English mills;
finest of trimmings; single and double breasted; light and dark mixtures; mens and youths'. Selling regularly at $31.50. d>ni 7^
To be cleared out at  *��**��� * ��� ' **
Waterproof Clothing
Our extensive stock of imported fawn twill, single and double
breasted waterproofs to be sacrificed. This Is truly a superior line;
exceptionally light weights; ventilated under the arms. A coat that
you can wear at all seasons. No one can afford to be without a waterproof when we are selling out our entire stock at practically
the cost of the material at the mill.   Wa are selling the regular
$15 line for    $8.75
Cravenettes
Priestley's Famous Patent���None better. In grey and fawn, light
and heavy weight*, single and double breasted, skeleton lined. Regular selling price $25. Our Clear- d*1 **f CA
Ing Out Sale price     *Y** ��� ���**"
Men and Youths' Overcoats
Our Entire Stock of Imported 1910 Spring and Fall Overcoats���
Extra long overcoats, In grey and black vicuna; silk lined throughout; silk lapels; full skirts; single breasted; fly front. *no ^C
Regular $40 overcoats to be cleared off at     *pmt%af* t *J
Grey and Black Vicuna Overcoats���Serge lined; very serviceable
article; silk faced; fly front; full skirt; all sizes. Regular selling
price $30.   Our                              '#&?*'��� 411 Q  7K
Sale  price     *P * ����� ��� p
Topper Coats
In Brown, Black and Grey���Box cloth and beaver cloth;very best
twill linings. Something that will wear well. Full range of sizes.
Sells regularly at $25.               JEIk t1 C OC
Our Sale price     ��p 10��*iO
For the
Horse Show
The correct attire for the afternoon
Is a frock coat. We have on sale a
very wide range of frock coats and
vests; also all wool worsted trousers,
1910 patterns; a line unequalled on
the coast. We absolutely guarantee
a fit for tall or stout figures.
Frock Coats and Vests���Vicuna and
Llama cloth; New York style; the
very best of trimmings throughout;
superior workmanship. Regular price
$45. Our selling out
price   	
AU    Wool    Worsted    Trousers���To
wear with frock coat and vest;   perfect fit guaranteed.   Regular $6 line for 	
Regular $9.00 line for   $6.50
Dress   Suits���In  vicuna and  Llama
cloth for evening wear at the Horse
Show or other functions;   silk lined;
silk faced. Regular $35
suit on sale at	
Regular $45 suit on sale at ... $32.50
Tuxedas, In Three Pieces or Jacket
Only���In this line we have one of the
most extensive and exclusive stocks
ever Imported Into the western country. All sizes, in Llama cloth and
vicuna.    Regular
$35 line for   	
Regular  $40   line  for    $29.75
Jackets only  $18 to $25
$25
sers���To
sst;   per-
$4.75
 $6.50
and  Llama
; the Horse
silk lined;
$24.50
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Every Suit in Thi
is
$24.75
Knickerbockers
In North of England Tweeds and
Homespuns���Variety of shades and
patterns to choose from. Absolutely
new stock of the latest styles. Every
pair guaranteed to fit. Regular price
$*').    Selling  during our  big  olearing
out sale
for 	
I
$3.75
Odd Pants
YOUTHS and MEN
In Blue and Black Worsteds
and Cheviot*���Light and Medium weights; superior quality
material; finest workmanship;
absolutely guaranteed to fit any
figure.
Regular $10.00 line for  . ��� .$7.75
Regular $8.00 line for   $6.50
Regular $6.00 line for   $4.75
Regular $4.00 line for   $2.75
WANTED
at once, flve expert tailors for
a tailoring department; also six
experienced clothing salesman.
I
Store to Rent
We wlll be pleased to receive
applications for the renting of
this store, 333 Hastings street
west, which will be vacant
ln thirty days from today. For
full particulars and rental, apply on premises.
Store Must Be Sold
in 30 Days
THAT MEANS
BELOW COST
We have engaged an extra staff of salesmen, who will be pleased
to show you our stock. d
We have increased our tailoring department, so that we will be
able to make ail alterations the  same day, without extra charge.
You have the satisfaction of knowing that if you buy clothing at
this store you will receive the same treatment as meted out to you
in the past���we guarante a perfect fit.
We  Guarantee  a Fit
Our system of fitting and up-to-date and thoroughly competent tail
orlng department enables us to absolutely fit stout and slim, tall and
short figures, stooped and drooping shoulders, or p.ny .combination
thereof, just  as well  as could   a custom tailor.
All changes and alterations will be effected spedily. When you
order a suit in ths morning you art absolutely certain that you will
receive It the same evening.    No charge will be made for alterations.
The household word of "Foster���A Perfect Fit"���will be a house
hold word during this great clearing sale. ,
Street   Car  Conductors,    Firemen,
Sailors, and All Others Who Wear
Blue Serge Uniforms
We have an extensive Btock of single and double breasted serge
suits, well made, finely finished, embracing material in deep indigo,
fast dye. Per suit, $9 to $28; Just about 50 per cent, less than you
would   be  obliged   to  pay elsewhere.    We absolutely guarantee fit.
Riding Breeches
Bedford Cords, Whip Cords, Ducks and Khaki ��� All shades and
weights; buckskin straps; lace and button knees. Regular $15 and
$18 line, selling out *a r*j**
at
Chesterfields
In Black and Grey Vicuna���Fly front; well trimmed; very service,
able.    Regular selling price $35JHBftg��t r,.<;   , _00 *X()
Our Sale price  ^s**A**J\/
The Thomas Foster Clothing Sale
333 Hastings Street West
Vancouver, B. C.

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