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INSURANCE
u/HlTE, SHILES & CO.
^".w  WESTMINSTER.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER  "3-
NEW  Wl
ISTMINSTER, B. C SATURDAY MORNING, APRI1
1910.
TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
TTfr nrnct   S0C1ALI8Tmm mn
r    ; .inn nnn     THIRTY DAYS IN PRISON
10 to^i $100,000       	
______  Organizer   of   "Pemonstrative   Stroll'
Will Be Commenced i    m Benin m interests of euf-
"U . ���__ frage   Reform   Now   in   Jail.
Lon Imposing anp>
Ldious Structure.
Thinks   Scheme   More   Sensible   Than
Sending Out-of Date  Gunboats
to Scrapheap.
I    Berlin, April l��� Richard Barth, edi
^^^^^_ tor nt   the socialist organ  Vorwarts
p. mimnvls about was senteneoed today  to a  months
,cEiec..H'Company LiMout men)   tor   ,iavim;   organized
fpflft n��."?? 25  tram   the "demonstrative  stroll"  ol   March
"[,���. tlie    offices  ana g   igiQ   _hn thousands ,i;Ua,i,,i in
.'! Columb I "hi o handsouir Ithe interests of suffrage reform. The
f>lld,ng v"' ,,; and vill Judge declared thai the unauthorized
I, inside  and   out    im���   j    ��      n8tltut#d a breach ol the law
I S fddown a. wil  SSS.I   "���"'"'���   n.e.tings  and   ����- I^^scheme"of many o'fThe"old"country
I will be pu��e**�����   , .   , i���    awed that tli. copies of the Vorwaerts the schi me oin  j   ^    ^     . ^
DAN MANN 10 GIVE    THIRTY THOUSAND      |L0RD BBASSEY WOULD 61VE
NAME TO NEW CITY      HEADED THIS WAY   0LD VE88tl8 T0 mm
. ( -
I
South Westminster Town to Twenty Three Steamers Will
be Known as Port Mann I Bring Capacity Loads of
��� Ideal Place Planned. Immigrants This Month.
The C N. R. has decided to honor .the lhitisii aamirau
Vice President D. D. Mann hy naming      London, April 1.���It is stated that ',-,.,,,, gi{)  ���,- ,,���,,���  fl
the new townsite on the south side  30-000 emigrants will sail from Liver-   lonlal wators,
of the  river  Porl   Mann. I"'"1 fl"' Canada In twenty-three Steam-      Loid Granard. rep'
���   ���'     ���--" ' '-�� mim.   ers during this month. __��� ______________��� sah. ������- 	
The increasing proportion of people i���0 demand by the overseas dominions |;',"' l��)"01'' '��'"'
with capital emigrating to the Domln-  fol. sm.h shlp8<   u ,h(,v realiy wanted   flares In favor
ion is the subject of comment  here.  them   they v,ouki  have    asked    tor   '""  s'"'"""1 chi
Interest  is aroused  in  Liverpool  by   them willingness to <
<\,a e,,p.,,, ,ii,���,  nlfti  a botel he  pro-1  ,  the reform of tl
'lie.-lines   to  prof
i
London, April 1.���In the house of
lords last night Lord Hrassey suggested that instead of scrapping vesels,
the British admiralty should make a
Tor  servieo  In  CO-
TIME FOR ACTION
HAS NOW ARRIVED
Veto and Budget Measures
to be Carried to Foot of
Throne.
London,  April   l.���The official    op-
po Ition amendment to Premier's) As-
-~ "���" . . .(julth's resolutions on the veto power
mai waters. f  ,,      ,,,,,,,    j   ,   v    wa    U10vej tn
Lord Granard. replying on behalf of |the ,iougQ ���,. co|
hail been
oi    1 ne   mm: e   iu    iui ...-.,,....
the house of commons yesterday  by
intend   niaUin
Inns  inoi '
of the world.
it   an   ideal   town   on
���ss novel to tiiis pari
Their idea is to follow
.   buildings   to  thi
.mi et.
k|
1        ,.,n,ris"now  situated
w '      tiacKs running right .
.  ..    Columbia street to
. onnect   wi .h   the
\ be  Ughted by  a
.of of tbe building.
i   I   Will  be  situated
local managers of-
'   . office,    in the  hall
waiting   room
LgS   to   tin-   aereu mat ,���* <������,,.,
The centre  announcing   the   demonstration   with
th* stereotypes be destroyed.
INVESTIGATE.
Government Representative Will Look
Into Labor Dispute.
Washington, D. C., Apiil 1. ��� Responsive to requests tor help to settle the dispute between the various
railroads Berving New Vork city and
; wtuu-B ���--��� ^d their employees engaged in the fern
neral waiting room; ,���,.��� branch who h.l,t. Sl.nl in lheir
lavatory will be resignations, Secretary Nagel, of the
Platform. J depart ment of  commerce and  labor,
be the baggage and   ,K1S  aS8lgned  solicitor  Charles  Earl
1 ,ll01far end- ,��n,.1      to look into the situation.
, be the general offices      whili, ,lu, men who lmve sen, ���,d|.
accountants and the Praser |resignations to the railroads hold government licenses, they are not governmenl employees, but are subject to
its discipline If they decline to an-
BWer demands for service.
Garden Cities.., ad as they have
plenty of land and no lack of capital,
thej will spine no pains in having
the   hest   advice   obtainable   on
subject
Broad roads, good sire. is. and open |    A   brand
.-paces,   will   be  in   strong  evidence, .ployed   body
and   there   will   be   no   crowding   of
homes   on   small   lots,   as   the   whole
plan will be consistent.
l>. 1��. Mann is on his way to Vancouver in order to arrange for construction on the line to start Immediately,
The report that the Boston archl
the suggestion thai a hotel be provided for emigrants, who have to wail
before shipping offices are "pen and
ibe'who are often exposed to inconvenience by the lack of accommodation.
-���--    n���.t,..,i     tine
of   the   Central    I'neni-
a    newly    established
i 'ie   iiuudo   ...    ....i,.... ..
��� _'~      i i    ,i      ,. ,.���  .. ,i ,���,i ,i ,,, ��� |Sir Roberl  Bannatyne l1 inlaw    li de
no demand by the overseas dominions    , . ���
��� ..      .._..,, ���,���,, |clares in favor of a strong and edlc-
amber and   expresses
,. n..^   consider  proposals  for
.the reform of the upper house, bul it
declines to proceed with the government proposals which would di itrOJ
the usefulness of any second chamber,
Winston Churchill, the hi me secretary, declared thai when the veto
resolutions were disposed of the gov-
FEW   WEDDINGS.
The  report  that the  Uosion  im-m-	
tects who planned Prince Rupert for   we semi to Canada.    Where we get
the Grand Trunk Pacific have the con-  a dollar or ten dollars from the Do-
trad   Eor   the  townsite   is   not   con-   minion, we often gel  a soverel
Armed. ten pounds from Australia."
Only   Forty-Seven   Couples   United
Wedlock in Past Three Months.
_. siinu ;    The   vital  statistics for   the   three [resolutions were in��imnv . u, ....^ B���.
league for tiie colonies,    has    heen   months  ending   March  :n   have  just   ernment would advance with the bud-
formed in South Australia. 'hen isuued hy  Registrar .1. J. Cam-   get. regardless of the consequences.
The London secretary of the insti-   bridge,   They do not show any mark-   Unless  the   house  or  commons   car
union states I tal thai body would be  ed Improvement over the returns o
delighted to send more men  to Aus-jlasl  year.
tralia, if only "because we get money . 1910       in"n
advanced   fo,^  fares   returned   much       Births   1<>1
more regularly and quickly than those :      Heaths        76
""���""-  aaa   . ot '���      Marriages        47
It is probably owing to the fact thai
Lent was earlier this year than it
was last that the number of marriages
is so small.
1909
103
42
7'.i
..i or
Ibiiuuii office;   a large motoi
Ind conductors' reading room; j
ii .1 bathrooms for any
j(. -���   detained at work
* to rea h their homes.
I: is to be handled  from
|t   be i      ted on the site of the
Iron V  n ks.
Iiniiin   building,   the   contracts
k not  yet been  let,  is
li ly   titled   and   aitisli-
Inished. The outside walls are
1 , .1 of red brick and
[ interior will have' tiled
knd in.,   ile slabbed walls. Tiie
land pi tform will be cemented.
I expect   I that work will com-
ath or two.   Tlie ten-
ll   ' .1 joining    stoles    ha\e
btlfled to vacate their premises
1.
i    '     niilding  temporary  of-
y,:\       erected
CANADA   HAS  SCORED
TRIUMPH  OVER STATES
London, April  1.���Canadian officials
and experts now in Great Britain de
criENTIST CANNOT STAND
ROAR   OF   MOUNT   AETNA
SPOKAN::  TO  VOTE
ON  LOCAL OPTION
'rnilRAGE OF NURSES
COURAOt u       tq  be  REWARDED
Catania. April 1.���F.xpert Ojlnlon l Spokane, April 1.���"A special elec-
concerning the activity of Mount tion to vote all saloons out of the
Aetna is pessimistic.   Prank A. Perret, city of Spokane" is to be held next
the assistant director of the Royal ob-  October, announces Louis K. Horton, i    New  ,,������, <M���,, _
servatory oh Mount Vesuvius, thinks  superintendent   ol   the   Antl-   Saloon'of their courage in nursing a woman
. ,__���_.  ,h;U tllp volcano stills contains a con- 'league. \\cwr in the Metropolitan hospital, on
and exper s now in creia ��������.������ ���. isiderable quantity of lava, and that a i "This will take place aboul. three Blaokwell'a island, for throe weeks
etate empnaucanj in interviews mat cessation of the eruptions would prob- weeks prior to the general election, ^..i December Mrs B Beatrice Chris
Canada  lias   .cured   a   triumph over  ably be only temporary. J We will secure a pettUon signed by
the I'n'.tel States in the tariff agree-)    profess0.    Hicco,    director   of   the .thirty  per cent of the  voters calling
ment.  They also state J&at tho Cana-1 mount  Aetna observatory, has been for the election under the local option
f��� ,.R_ fol.ee(1 tQ .lluullion i,is post, after pass- law. .After next November the saloon
Ing hours of terror there. He said question can only come up once in
tonight: "One could not stand the two years, at the time of the regu-
deafening   and   horrible   roar   of   thc   larly  county  election."
llient.     I ne>   um  o^..
dian govertmrent could afford to re
fuse reciprocity if it was offered, be
cause ot tlie breat advantage that
would accrue t., the Dominion.
Tlie poini emphasized by several
;Canadians la that Great Britain should
i not   worry  about   the present  trifling
^  j reductions   given   by   Canada   to   the
'���^which the company 'lnUfd s,;""s   ,'m ��M*f herself more
i-    11       la building this band-   aSBidUOUSly    and    sympathetically    to
i fair criterion of their t0 <**���** for ,h,�� Canadian trade.
mthc increaae of business1      We   want   Untish  goods,  not  be-
me. tv.  growth of the traf-  (':U1S0 of our lo-Vill'i' tjut because of
pMB\uu    -ver  and  this  city   ,h,'il'  superiority,"  was  the- sentiment
;eu enwmi is of late and is  expressed.
. .   ng   the   next   few
Xew  York. April   l.-In  r600^"
last Uecemfer, ..no. .^.	
tio and Miss Mary Ilogan, nurses, are
to receive ttrtlflcates of honor from
the depaitmeni of charities.
When thi patient was taken to the
hispltal ii November the physicians
pronounced it one of tlte most aggravated casei of leprosy that had come
(leaieiuug   <im.   .,  .
volcano  for  more  than  one  day.
would certainly drive him mad."
Ss"campaign led by Bvange- lUndVr rt* supervision in �� long tlm,
      i   ..   ..io-mtie   nar- 	
_^_^m_^m^_^_^_^_^_^__ __
i led the budget ii was Wle, he said,
to look to the King or to the country
to cany the veto lulls, but he predicted that the proper time and under
the proper circumstances they would
sur,-. ed ill can vin;: both the veto
and budget measuies to the steps of
the throne.
Mr. Churchill closed with a significant  statement. "The time for action
has   arrived,"   he   said.     "Since     the
lords have  used  their veto  to  affect
(Continued  on  Pago  Six).
NEW YORK CENTRAL
RAISES EMPLOYEES' PAY
N'ew York. April 1.���The New York
Central Railway company has increased the salaries of all employees
receiving $^no or less a month on the
hues cast of Buffalo by seven per
cent, excepting the engineers of way
and maintenance, whose pay was recently increased, and the trainmen,
conductors and telegraph operators,
whose demands are now under consideration.     The   action   means   an   ap-
lisi Billy Sunday, and a gigantic parade of the Sabbath school children,
are among the features already proposed   by   the  anti-saloon   tones  for
Chilliwack hue
Ji ie.it   incn ase  ol
��� te preseni accom-
|h C.   K.   R. is so
Increased   work
. in a chaotic con-
Ion for the drivers
ji .  ono  that   will   be
apprcclati d by them nnd bIiows
VETO BILL WILL BE
CONSIDERED  ONE WEEK
.
London. April   L���It  is learned that
tho  governmenl   will  give  only  one
week to the consideration of the veto
bill after its introduction in the house
of commons,   li  is expected thai the
bill   will   be   presented   to   the   house
of   lords   before   the   end     of    April
HONOLULU   HOSTILE poseu   oy   uie
TO  SAN   FRANCISCO   their campaign to make this city dry
Honolulu. A " Tl-0 ipor,.i E^TOM^feg,
opposition of San Francisco to the bus- ; ruRNED 0y_]^ PKT-'
pension   of  the  coastwise  navigation ',,.,. ,     ,.        ^^^^^^^_
act so far as it affects shipping be- Washington, D, C, April 1.���The
tween Hawaii and the Pacific coast, war department has turned over to
has amused considerable feeling here. the [oc_ Philippine government the
A proposition to boycott San Fran- Prosecution of the two Japanese al-
Cisco and transfer the trade with the 1^"'1 to have been engaged in se-
islands to some other port, has been curln8 ljli,n* (,f ,lu' foitiheations ot
freely discussed by local merchants. Corregldor, Manila harbor, in the hope
lt has been decided, however, not to thal the attorneys in Manila may
Inaugurate a boycott  movement   bul   be able "' Bni' som,> 1;1W of llu> glands
...i-i.  ���.m  QO,.VO t0  8ecure  punish-
The deputy minister of marine and
I fisheries   at   Ottawa   has   wri ten   to
'proximate increase in the
roll of $2,600,000.        	
annual pay
appreciated by them and shows  of  lords   ..-.o ^ (  tall  to pass
e         - their interest al   f^J^SThrough the lords,
���n t uuijm :   -    ii,is   iiii.-ii    i">'  	
VI p       ��� their room is hard
When the old build-
fas en       il was of ample pro
ins and fully  filled  its  require-
ever, the city and its
ised pro       Ity and business has
bwn It, it   it has many other bus-
J blocks In i olumbla street.
Beneral ah   of renovation is no-
Ide nl..!.       e street and as soon
|f roadi   ire dxed it ls understood
iniiiy of i he storekeepers intend
t shop-fronts   and  en- -,
8 thi li pi. mlses,
action ol the B, C. Electric will
|fit the citj  In many respects and
I     in nn Incentive to others to
. lotsteps,
	
S CONI ESSION   BOX
TO  FIGHT  ALTAR   FIRE
April   L���Rev.   Father
II       lectin-     Of     t41       S"   P"
i:.in.ui Catholic church
i.ili street, was heal'-
.a of one of his par-
'' :      I   ���   ." o'clock  yesterday  at-
���     one  of  his  altar  boys
.   confessional box and
1 the penitent.    Father Le-
��� hail     ailed to rebuke the boy,
j. die ! .| gol his breath and wills-
I : '        the altar  was on  fire.
slW I.i lanche dismissed the peal-
and li ri tb
all the h
ild ine guvoi I.,..,,.,
the n-iii proposals through the lords,
they will not resign, but advise dissolution and ask parliament for a vote
of account to carry them through the
general election, lt is anticipated to
take place before the end of  May.
murine   a   ui...v
to strongly protest against the action of San Francisco In offering opposition to the suspension of the
coastwise regulations between Hawaii
and the states.
SPEAKERS WILL DWELL ON
|    ADVANTAGES OF U.U
Volunteers   Will   Expound   Virtues   of
Institution From Pulpits of City
Churches  Tomorrow,
MEAT   NEVER   CHEAP
IN   UNITED  STATES
Washington, April 1,���"Unless
some one can find a way to repeal the
law of supply and demand, there is
no remedy for increasing prices," asserted Samuel 11. Cowan, of Fort
Worth, today, counsel for the Cattle
Kaisers' association, of Tevas. before
the senate food investigating committee. "The people o\ the l'nited
States need never expect cheap meat,"
he  said.
Mr. Cowan told the committee that
iii the future it  would be necessary
for cattle raisers lo maintain as high
or even higher prices than at present
to  keep pr.ee  with  the in-
flsheries   at   Ottawa   nas   wn.vc.,   ...      "Resolved:    That    Canada    Should
'"" ""'     '.the seerotary  of  the board  of  trade   Contribute    Directly    to    the    Royal
to   the   effect   that   he   had  referred   Navy," was the subject of a very in-
.H*J*M-y~*'-fr**vS->��'��'*e-><-atKO'-. w)>iok^lho  board ' tei er.tlnf   debute   whhlch   took   place
had made in regard to the lisping in- ' yestoidiiy   afternoon   in   the   life    y
dustry Ir the Frasr to tho Canadian   room of  the Columbian college, una
members  of   thi    international   Flsh- being tho last of three debates given
eries commission.    His lotter stal >d   hy Matriculation and Art students dur-
that none of the points to which New   ing the past few weeks.   The speak-
Westminster  objected had   beon  s t-  ers on  both sides handled  the subtle.'. Ject in  a manlier wliich did credit to
 ..  themselves and to Columbian college.
_ . ,   , The negative side won by two points.
;      Corporation Tax Law Amended. Thfl afflrmatlve  speakers consisted of
Washington,   li.   C.   April   1.���Hy   a   G    ���    M.lkwi)n,   leader;   Misses   May
secure  punisn-  vote of 132  to  123 the lious- today Headersoa aad B. Brown, Bupportersi
adopted a provision amending the eor- j whilo Uu, negative was led bv Miss E.
poration tax law so as to provide for   sluw and supported by G.  B, White
the   publicity   of   eorporation   returns   am[  \y    gj_ Jones.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ upon the discretion of the president
  alone, instead of upon the discretion
New  Yotk, April  1.��� Mayor Gaynor   of the president, or upon the request
has made public his plan for making of the senate or the bouse.
New   York   "dry"  on   Sundays.     In   a |
commissioner of police
! which   will   serve   to
���,,...,; ot the offenders
GAYNOR PLANS TO CLOSE
UP LITTLE OLD NEW YORK
letter    to   the   euinu......     .
his honor called attention to a notice
to liquor dealers to discontinue paying protection money. Ue says the
state excise law is enforced in otber
cities and "It is now lime we enforce
the law as well."
Policemen are instructed to report
violations of the screen laws. Excise
officers, ho recommends, should obtain
[other evidence and report it to the
district attorney. The "eating canker
Of extortion," the mayor insists, must
be eradicated.
ENGINEER HARRINGTON
SEES LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
Difficulty    Over   Contractors'   Claims
Will Probably Be Adjusted Shortly���Firm   Has   Big   Contracts.
Big   Oil   Finn   Fails.
Amsterdam,   April   i.-Vreeswick&
The rbport of the provincial insane
asylum   for   March,   which   has   just
been issued by Dr. Doherty, medical
superintendent, Is as follows:   In hospital at beginning of month, 404 males,
167 females���total, 561; admitted during the month, 10 mules, fi females���
[total,   H'>;    returned   front   probation,
2 females���total, 2;  discharged without    probation,    I    males���total,    4;
discharged  ou   probation.   8 males,  6
females���total,   14;   discharged  at,  expiry   of probation,   l   male.���total,  1;
died,  1  males- total,  I;   in hospital at
close   of  the  month,   398   males,   159
females���total, 557;  on probation, 20
males, 16 females    total, 36; total under treatment, males 418, females 175
��� total, 593.
A system of night letter services at
Tomorrow will be Y. M. C. A. Bun- i
day   and   most   of   I lie   pulpits   in   the i
city churches will  be given over at
one soiwce   lo   .p. akers  lor  the  Y.   M.
C. a. movement.
The    addresses    will    he    given    as
follows:
Morning.
Olive! Baptist Church���J. T. Little,
Vancouver.
Presbyterian  Mission���Id. II. Sands.
111 ordfr U\   .felr__ingland"and feed. |
'lir\ll:l  .i.��S   '!'."   PL^Jc^n^toUed today
price o
,;   Peel   WaS  die
tl
j,,,..   production   and
| o] ulation
the    Incrett Ing  "''   " '	
and $2,11011,1101
.   .1.  L.  Harrington, of  Kansas City,
_______ ckfi   Mo.   one   of   thi    linn   Of   engineers       ft sysiem u. .......	
GaTdermans, one of the most  Impor- which has charge ot the Lulu island reduced rates has been  Inaugurated
lai.l   llrtns  Of  brokers  on   the  oil   ex-   bridge,  was   ia   the  city   yesterday   in on  the G.  N.  W,  teleuraph  lines,  the
ige failed today    Their liabilities  coanectlon with the Baal work oa the innovation coming into force at  the
are reported to be betweea $1,260,000 bridge.     The structure  is ail  ooai- Westminster office aext week.   Under
^^^m***a^ka**********************a\a\,       'plcled now and t ���                                us this   system   tilty   words   will   lie   doing  ii   for some  ,i a.,,   bt     there  is Bpatched al night tor delivery the fol-
i;.u.  siiii some difficult}  wl h th" Inl ma- lowing morning at the same rate as
tin,,   tlonal   Contract   eompaay,    which    Is leu  words would cost  during lb-' day,
wal   claiming more than the contract  price bUi  this applies only to points across
the line, und to Vancouver aad vic-
 I The women's auxiliary ot BtJ����
^**aW        >,���.,|.iv   went nahas church held its 11111111.1 claiming '"",u '                - the  line, uiui   u>   .....-��-������-���    "
T!���, elty postolllce ^sterday went Thuridfty  afteraooa  and       WM tor the work.                           .     ,if t()1.|a.   Miss Scbater, the local mana-
into  the  semi-stafl  dm accord ng on^ ^ a good yea^s work had     ^  Harrlngtoa spent yMterday^- g* ,                   -            -
i year.
..e coafessioaal box, to
.       anglngs la the chancel
N. which  with  tho aid of altar
��� I'll     Willi     IllO     ill"     "'    n***aa
lie tore down in a blazing mass.
Physician   had   to  be   called   to
Saver  and
M. Graham,
Afternoon.
Crystal   Theatre���C.   R
others. Evening.
Reformed Episcopal���J
__^_^_^_.        Vancouver. ...   K(,enley
e priest and two i    Knox presbyteriaa���&��� w.
si-le   Vancouver. ...    p
, |   st. Andrew's Presbyterian-W. P.
Liberal Wins Bye-Election. ! Sunlv   Vancouver. .    y
i'Otidiin. April  L���The  bye-election       Sapperton  Methodist���IL   V.  a.
���}d-GlamorganAlr�� yeaterday  re-'
IGll   it.   fl...   ..-*.     ��� *   w-     rvlKK^na
tZ In  tha   n lood year's �� had --^riag  spent ��**&* g*^ pr'obablT be M * -JJ
' '   ���     'en   done.    The   tollowlng   offlcerH      �� i     ,_g tht Moomte Mj  ^ ���      lu;n|ll(, tll��� ,xl,,v business ex
.- ��� ���-  ,���,, rn   "i.i were elected for the coodng Church o( thfl ,     w      ,n )blB Bch|,mp>
a nun"'"'- '"' ,"",, "' V ,,-w   ii- year; President, Mrs. 8. A., Fletciwr v    flna, repor1 lMsp1(, ���,  t week ana v ___���
tin are released  under the new   I ��� ,,    preih.ent,  Mrs.  (..  B;  LOT eontractors   will   be   payed
',e���       Four   women   remain  In fl I      "^ president, Mrs. E. tnen  u ^ cUy w,���
lng carriers,     rank mg U)(.
Ilardman. of this cuy.^ii^^   ^^
('-mt ell'.        soci i-i.u ..." ���������     ��� .    )���ij(.  over  im    uituao  ��������������   	
Shton;   delegates   to,   tl,,-   ������jj   JJj ������ ���, 0Vl���- as far as the city Is
diocesan meeting. Mrs. F. StoWf���   eoncerned,             ,         ,   , ���,���,���.,,,������
Mrs. 10. Onntell;  corresponding soce -    .      	
tary    Mrs.   W.   A.   Draper;   Leaflet I
Mrs. Fehner.
Wthp 1
pf liu\..
ii ns of th
���Glamorgan*lre yesterday   re-'^jj  Vancouver
In the return of Mr. Glbbens,
liberal candidate    M>   "'"-la. I ���������
over Mr. flarls-
���"""  > ,oiiiniai.e,  over   i>u.  iiui i��   1
rn the labor candidate, by a vote l_BADE REPORTS IN ,...,���.
MOB  to 6,210.    The   bye-electloa |TRA   CANADA ARE ENCOURAGING
1 causes by the eDDolnfment  of .
Bfimiifcl      m.        e .     iikAfiil
Liberian War is Comic Affair
Says German Gunboat Commander
Samuel   Eivaas
iml'��i'. to tl
I'". dlvo
Lp
Pi.lllil
!������������
 -.    former    liberal York, Apr|i l.-Dun s Wetkl>
leoresMeaoy of the pro- i    ^"w     f Trildo tomorrow will say.
,     <�� and admiralty court  ln   ntv** ,       tmde  reports  from   Can-
o�� Sir John Bigham, who has !��������,. very f couragnj the
  I unZraUU"P?'2��S&  early
��� ��������������������������������������� Uether   wl th   "n    (lon'   lmve   a   ten-
��� | opening   of   n     J     ��� ,���  fcellng   0f
���'""nlmwhS prevails in many dl-
t optmism WW northwestern
+   rectlons.    1 rane u. active,
J provinces prom IseI to be WJT ���
��� an/ RZ: from"JSSSS SSS�� by
��� Ch^ra?eLlrldy under way. Failures
��� water are' wreauy twenty-
���lln Can   tnat twenty-*lght in th�� pre-
��� one, agatart twen***       la8t year.
LACROSSE   MEETING.
B n'" annual meeting of the
���;'!'l"-itt,n Intermediate la-
t "p" club wm be held at
-m ,r,l0(.k fm Monday evon.
,rif' classroom of St. Mary's
,.       ,nltl   l-The   disturbance
nel'Un' ,b. natives und the govern-
between ,,,,.'i)(,ria is "more comic
ment troops In Ubena,*       & t
than serious,   . ceo ���J>   {   a today
which the admiralty rtce an
from the commander of the ^
gunboat Speerber.   Tne g     hruary
rived at   Cape  P^ma"  ����ptaln says
28, and consequently the e P
that he _*^.%__ZS,   of the Li-
Rent8.   General Padmtj.ned
berian army. ll0W^���' ,,  t.0ops then
anee.    The �����J��1gJlJS the reb-
opened a desultory Are upo
els, who had *a^n"p0(atre  Palmas
the    opposite    ban* oi
river.
ncerneu.
Mr. Harrington Inspected the bridg
yesterday   and   expressed   himself  us
being pleased with the Job.
Asked as to the Justice of the claims
of tho International Contract eom-
jmny, Mr. Harrington snld that they
|were following the custom of all contractors, und asking for as much ns
they  thought they  could get.    "They
 ^  work on the Scotch  principle that it
does no harm to ask," snld Mr. Haiti desultory fire, to which the rovolu-  rlngton.
tlonlsls on the opposite bank of the | in t\[[a caBe t)lere has heen more
Palmas river replied. The other in- or 1(.ss friction with the contracting
habitants ot Cape Palmas did not company ever since the bridge was >
even cease their usual occupations Btarted, but it is expected that all ���
during the firing, but the Insurgents, difficulties will be amicable arranged. U
on seeing the Speerber, retired in-1 The flrm of Waddell & Harrington +
land. No danger to lite or property i)ave 8everal million dollars worth of .���
existed when the Speerber left Cape work oa hand at the present time on '���
Palmas on February 24 . | Pacific   coast.    In   Seattle,   Tacoma, U
The advices received by the admir- ;gan Francisco and  several cities in  ���
><.... M,.,. ti���, renort that the Southern California they have big un-
Q. E. Corbould has been elected a
Bencher of the Law Society of British
Columbia for the coming year. R. 8.
Lennle, K. C, of Nelson, a son of
llev. Hubert Lennle, of New Westminster, wns also one of those elected.
The following ls the complete list:
E. P. Davis, K. 0.5 E. V. Bodwell,
K. 0.5 H. S. Lennle; Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K. C; L. G. McPhlllips,
Ik. C.i 0. E. Pooley, K. C.i H. Dallas
[Helmcken, K. Ci J. 11. Senkler, K.C;
G. B, Corbould, K. C.
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BIG   CASH   DEAL. **
Eighty acres of Surrey land,
situated on the new Yale road,
ln Section 14, Block 5, North
range west, were sold yesterday by W. J. Walker, city auditor, for $80,000 cash. The
property was purchased bv
D.  A.  McMillan,  of  McMillan
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he     oDPOBuo     k���-- i.ac��   v,��.c  . ���- -   ���
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inarture Is untrue.   The captain of the tract for the Cambie street        g previoui   big   offers   tor   the
^- , -,v ramnin> in Doit. ' In a day or two.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Phone  iii
TAKE >������.
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NOTICE
SURREY���$��5 pe- see c./s 50 a:-es
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LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New Wes
minster. H	
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near small)    ���-. ���    noe a-vl  '-��� ���  -
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JOHN  FERDINAND S Section 20, l
Name of Applicant West   I.
Dated at Nelson Islaii  .  B.  C. De-  of fraction
ACT,
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NOTICE.
L.  j   Island,
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ing    any    ��.      .
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(������red      in-; ��� .   ,
BOY     TO
S-.'-.-.i-Xike Machine Works.
Land on  Great   Northern   raid
St hk Ot S
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jj&.'ta^B^^Mteretofore J^_^_^_^_W_^_^_^_^_W_U B__H
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|S5  per  acre  bury*  WO acres  of  goes
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Daily News Publishing Co.
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The Burnaby power and light cur-
re.-
WANTEO-TO RENT ONE OK TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small [city ol
Fieri house by married couple, 'and light current will be cut off from
Address A. B., this office.
SURREY���218   aces   91   the   h gres:
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The tram 1 I
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lane .- er the hig
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less D    - -       : -      acr- .
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feel    ���������: terfre -���..    55
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5-2   P��r D strict of New Westrrister.
TAKE   NOTICE   that    thirty   ��a>> ',,, ,     ^H
 *   after date date I. William E. Wright,   hoi ��   : .
I   -     of Clayburn, B. C, intend to api ....
the .'-. - -���       Commii r oi I^ands   err--
 for a license to p: :
er   1 i on the following d�� of ^ th6;
-    lands:
  ��� c-ing at a post marked Wm. Icate of J
ne ���������  car-  E. Wright's soul t snch \
��;. soul t Dial        Lot jticn
    S     . "   Qi   .;   !   N' w  v.
District, thence east one mile, thei
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f       ���           '.ne   mile,   thi Bt   three   ro   or   in   rf.s
'*------ -��� "-   then, three   and I si
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.' a mile.
f   : -hs of a  mile,
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then ���      --ne   as i    i
them      -   I      'me   by order  ���
a=   2t Ifourth of a mile to the point of com-   tice for thirty da
3C-4S
in
Surrey.
id j c n
|mencement.
V.ILLIAM  E.  WRIGHT.
New Westminster,  B   C., March 8.
11010.
PJ
ion 1*
**M
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly,   the   w holi       ���
Arrange with B. C  N ii ��� ries  P. 0.
City.
FOR  SALE,
1 OR
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i n
���  ���
L.E���TWO LOTS ON THIRD
��, East B u nab)     Price
el! ���   ov.:.ei   .'���.-. ..;..    <���'.���/.    A\r
New office.
TOR
BALE
-TWENTY
ply B   ���!. He
CORDS
ws Office
OF
I o'clo<    to S o'clock a.m.    Bv order,
B. C   ELECTRIC RAILWA
D. J    M     . -     :.-
Local  '.'  a  -���
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
SURREY���N.W.
.  of  sec.  2^. town-
ship 2
soil   and   car   Yale
roa<:     | ���"   pel
|5I           - -..   ���
- -           '     3 -'-        _ :
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S        i ,    ���'
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Aigorra    district:
SURREY���The   eas; 40 acres  of the
1    west I til    :  the northeas
of section 16, township .:  -:���     pei
e, half cast.; balance 6, 12, Is, 2i,
interesi
m  :.':.=   a-
;  ���   ���������"-"
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO .".ENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitable toi gentleman. Apply Wi Victoria street, near  '���> ���:���
LOST.
V V V^-^-V- mr~ S-m* m*mr~*r~mr~-^-m*-^-mr'*mr-mr-^-mr~aS-*^-*r-mf-^'*
. .    POODLE    DOG
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NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S.  LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900   tor.g.
S.S.   MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.     Tne
largest   and   rrost    modern.      Accommodation  equal  to  any  crossing  tne  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
SURREY���The   south   half   of   block
:-.   conl ining   ��� -       - -  at  $120
per acre    ta Ing on Clover  valley
^nd Townline roads; $4000 cash. 1,
2 and 3 years.
Consult
BRENING   &   CO.
Genera!   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  4,  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 686.
SenU)n Approval
To Rl -.  ���:'-:: :.;: F:   : :.:;   *   ���
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Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
R��D GEM
I5he InK Pencil
pap�� ���  ��� ,
will   be  goc
therf -r>t.
the Lan |^^B
Ni v
iph Columbl i   I
A. 1'  191
strict Rfssj
To: ��� ::: ���   ;;,rry
Douglas   Ah v ;.    : i\  _u$tftft
NEW
WESTMINSTER
8ESSMENT
CITY
FOR   RENT.
COOK & ROSS
Assessors,     Va.uers     and     Insurance
Agents.     Auctioneers.
Front   Street Phone   550
TO	
���
i  PURN-
��� ���:. ron
-SIX-ROOilED   COTTAGE.
,-   ���        eveninj      be-
^_^f_^f% and
I '
-HOUSE AND    FOLK
in  Bun line
!                  and .:.-., pantry,
e-':.    Rents $12 p I         May
U if   tei
A] pi   to P. Pe<    ���      20 Colombia Btreet.
FOR     SALE ��� A    cottage     between
��� ���    ���
,<   oi   lol        .  - I  or-
per ~t \><! cent
A   furnished   8-room   house   with   lot
close to Fourth   ivenn
tween   I mrtb   and   Ftftb   streets; ,	
fruit   trees.     Rented   al   pres- ,$500 per acre  buys 9 acres facing on
Hjorth   road   tn   Section   21;   near
LANGLEY���$50 per acre buys 83
acres of good land known as the
north half of the southeast quarter
oi section '-A, township 10. G:>..'
Northern runs through this prop-j
erty.    This is a fine buy.
S'iO  per  acre  buys 20  acres of  good
land  with  enough  pi)--:    n   to  paj
��� i -uaif of it.    Tl '   ���
.--   " :oad and close in.
$'50 per acre buys 10 acres known as
Lot 15 in thi   noi thwesl
Section 19, Township 2, Surrey.
Ey2 of S.W.��� ���  Sec._22, Tp, 2, Surrey;
70 ifcres on Newton i     I      ise to
tra:.    $li    ;���
$60   per  acre   buys   75   acres   in   Sec-
35, i.,:.- ���)     The Great '���'���
���  i  i mi thro igh this property, m.d
Ider botl
$55  an   acre  buys   140  acres   of   good
.   ��� .  ���      P
cle;ii<-<i: 100 fi nil trei bo ise,
good ��� m rm
through the ]
fishiriL'.
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
IQp   acres   oi   gi .   crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only $60 i pei  a< re   i a  ter: .-.
14 acres i ccellent lar.ri with bouse
and b illdlngs, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price  ���>- 00, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontage North Arm,
near city.
40 acres, with  waterfront
' I -"(.I t'-rms.
S inbury.
One   acre   wate '
from Lulu Island bridge.
Bt I.-..
I'Uilrau
40  feet   waterfront,    th   ���
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster Phone F507
. -.< ry penguai
full UK-1
en Titfht hand - I
ia    t ..- ��� :   OUI    -
pal
-pai ��� ^^^^
|,:.i:n or eogTaved imish m_[
as ;,:crcr:cd. ".��.'
i b   s' . ��� . ?- --
, WShmb
i ' ���'*
���    . ' .*?'/-.-*
1     ��� - f ���.
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ent for |.'0.      ^^^^^
Price   $2,000   cash.
ifale road, B u i <���:���
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY   NEWS
(trail
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a.rrt*-,. ' i
w��nt..|     \v-,.. *  ��� *    ���
.      . ��� ��� ��� i ���
n Laughlin Mfg. Co.
Ma ?slic Bl-lg..        '*__fr~J
Court cf Revision.
NOtiCC    ia    hi .     ;.;��� ;;:
sessmenl  Roll :���;
'    ' I remaiitifl
my office :..- iospeiag
by   any   ;,, :.- an
therein, until I Ing ol   .tQ|
of Revision
The   first   slttli the C'>z
'. Revision on thi ��� ��� rati
, will be b< id at l     i Itj     ll .;>. |
said City on M
April next. ..���  !l o'clock, in the lo.
noon.
Any person ���     .   to ifpa
.-.'. Mnst the a il 'JosiM
wiiting   to " :'.'l
' Clerk at lea I -if
first sittinc of I
v.   a DUNCAN,
City fif*|
I     t~"'r TTnlI.  Mar
LAND ACTS.
Comox Land 0 ;������-.'..
District of Coast Range Om.
Take notice-1
occupation   : W
for permission i ���** l'
���     Ing  drscrih. .
Commendn ' r^ntfi��
��� small hay al N '���'-'     rner of H��H
Island.    A;; ' '  1
whoie  Lsl : S'J "2
more or less : ' ���"'
wi si of I        Island. J
OLE LEE
-     IRMAN H. FOMl
'     March 10, 1910. **\
���i\
POR   RENT    HOUSE   AND   4   LOTS
In Burnaby, neai cai  line, 6 n u
and bath room, pantry, etc.   Rents
foi l\2 ],<i month.   Ma> lease foi   coquitlam
6 months if tennent suits.
lot Mx150,  cleared between Tenth   $400 per acre buys 9 acres facing on
and Eleventh streets and Third av-      Hjorth   road   tn   Bectloi    "l-   near
enue.   Price $800.   Terms $100 cash       fale road, Surrey,
balance   $10  per  month  at  7  per'
TO RENT���ROOM SUITABLE POR
gentleman. Apply 2h:, Carnarvon
street.
TO l.l.l COMPORTABIB ROOM
lit-, '*!<��� oi two tadles, close to car.
I  ,j Hamilton street, city.
^^^^^^^^^   14  acres;   two  acres    ^^^^^^
ploughed, i acre slashed, rest light ��Rrn ,
clearing.   Price i^,<t the lot.   Terma '* y
! i  ' ash,  balance 6,  12, 18 and 2\
months al ~ per cent.
160   acres   of   Section 7,   Langley;   50
acrea cleared;    $19,000;    1-3 cash,
balance 1, 2 and .'! years.
large lots in Burnaby; all
facing city car lirje; also a corner;
ore-half cash.
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE  GARDENER.
Twenty vein:, experlenci al lawns,
b ovards, sodding grading and
pruning of all kinds Satisfaction
guaranteed.   Orders solicited,   Apply
KELLINGTON  BROS.
Begbie   Street.
POR  FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT   ST.,   WINDSOR   BLOCK
"roorletresa, Mrs. M, Dominy.
A. G. MARSHALL
South  Westminster Phone  F507
Acreage   and   half   acres;   near   Ham.
ESasy terms,   South Westminster,
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line In Burnaby; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
qnarter cash; balance to arrange.
Bank of Montreal
KSTAUUailliD 1817.
CAPITAL    114,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branched   throughout   Canada   and
Newfound,and, and In London, Eng'
land, New Vork, ChlOUgO and Spokane,
U. H. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking   iiuaiueHB   transacted.     Let
ters of Credit lnsned, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savin, s Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tola'   Assets over $168,000,01)0.00.
rfHV WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNBR, Manager.
Five   and   two acre   blocks
oil       Easy  ii-rms.
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35  City   Lots.    Scoli     Road     station.
$160, third ca h, balance 6, 12, and
1 * iiiorjt.liH.
15   Acre   farmj    well   stocked   and   in
good   cultivation;    with   furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
$3C0 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road in
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
$350 an acre  will  buy three  acres of I
good garden land suitable for Chick
'���n ranch; on corner of two main
roads;  Lulu Island.
120  Acres;   |200  per  acre
Good terms.
'lose  In.
15 Acres; an under crop; ')
horses and equipment; $5000;
cash, remainder on terms.
cows, I
$iiouo !
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all   cleared   with   over  $2."00  worth
of Improvements, having 27o feet of
waterfrontage; situated on main
channel of the P*raser river, close
to Great .Northern railway.
. $450 will handle 2 1-2 acres, Including
!    house and barn:  running Spring on
property;   located   on   Pitl    river
road   weBt  of   Praser   river   mills;
Oh car line survey to mills.
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
the bridge; $50 per foot,
A Real Snip ��� Good till Thursday.
$11G per acre buys 20 acres of good
land on Scott road, and close In.
This has $1.r,00 worth of timber
on It.
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land in Surrey, one mile
from tram line. This Is suitable to
i    subdivide.
Langley; 160 acres of good land having 2,000,000 feet of goo,] cedar;
near sawmills;   $40 per acre.
APPLY���
A.   G.   MARSHALL,      I	
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 507   S.W.   '/.section 25,  Surrey
South Westminster.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ $125 per
acre; terms. Yale road runs right
th rough this proper! v.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and sped Ileal Ions can be seen at SL
Louis college, A. L, Lavery nnd
Small and Hucklin's ollice.
PATIIKH O'BOYLE.
Langley; 1 *_ miles of water front
with 147 acres of good hind on Riv-
er road; the Canadian Northern will
pass through this property; $no per
WILSON,   COOK   <S.  CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
P0RTKELLS
240 acres subdivided into 5-acre blocks.
Each block has a frontage on a 66ft.
road. Price $100 per acre, $100 cash,
balance spread over 4 years.   -   -   -   -
NOTE: A $3000 structure is L.o be built
close to the above. The ('. N. Ry.,
Cloverdale branch, runs through corner
of property. ...
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Reed Estate, Loans and Insurance
Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
Phone 515
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you will have to hurry.   They are going fast.
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In a few months  " Westminster View " will be the scene ofi big building
activity, the laying out of beautiful homes.
Don't Delay in This, but Come Today
and Secure a Lot
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conl I buttons from the general com-
mui Itj Established on a broad ��� I
tail concerned neither v.ith
;���.. ous dogma nor political prejudice, a Y.M.C.A. institute should enlist the practical sympathy of <-.<;;������
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good   '���'  are prepared to lend our as-
sistance   towards   tbe   atl ainmi nl   of
this e    ��� .': ��� '/-.'- '   an I   -. i 1
afford an opportunity to the most ordinary  member of  I e       nmunltj   to
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POLICE PROTECTION.
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:    if you 1     ���     et
We are Had to see thai   be I' I
Coi .' nerj of thl . < Ity bave adopt
ed thi ���  tion made in thl ��� column
sonie time ago foi thi 1 u bllshment
of a telephone and signal Bystem In
tl city, 'iiiin service does not come
any too Rood H'i'ii a means ol com-
1. . ��� on between tbe police office
and the patrolmen on duty has long
been needed. Owing to its absence
much trouble baa been experienced, a
good deal of valuable time lost, and
criminals have sometimes been allowed to escape the arm of the law.
It Ib to be hoped the Installation will
be thorough iind comprehensive in iis
character and not limited to one or
two odd points about the city.
We think the Commissioners would
bave done well to Increase the
strength of tbe city police force. New
Westminster is growing apace and
. Its development must come an
increasing number of evil doers. The
area for their nefarious machinations
Ib gradually, bul certainly becoming
widened and there really needs somi
���tn ngthening ol the police force to
ki-e adequate protection to the ri  .
/Icii'h of the city.
Outside the 'ity too there seen
to he need of Home better means <<f
poilce protection. In the Burnaby
Lake district there baa recently been
. series ol burglaries committed, the
tblel or thieves effecting their operations witii some amount, oi impudence
nnd daring. Some steps should be
taken to jiut a stop to such annoying
intrusions, either by the municipal
authority or the government.
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"GUILTY, BUT ROOM FOR
DOUBT," JURY VERDICT
Hollldaysburg, Ra., April 1.���a unique verdict was handed in and 10-
j'-cied In tlie lllnlr Country court when
the jury reported In the case against
Dr. W. !.. Raisin, 1111 aged and prominent physician of Altoona, on trial on
a charge of performing an iiieRni operation.
The Jury returned this verdict first:
"We,  the Jurors  in  this case,  find
the prisoner guilty, but recommend
him to the mercy of the court on
^CCOUnt Of a reasonable doubt ns to
IllB   gtlllt."
Judge Bftldrldge refused (o accept
ll und sent the Jury back. A short
tip), later the jury returned Hh Bee-
oii'i verdict: "We, the jurors, in this
Base, rind Dr. L, W. Raisin guilty as
Indicted, but earnestly recommend
hlir. ��� - tha mei :��� of the - - irt."
Let us tell You 1 . taees   of  1 -
First.   Everyt : - Becond,
i  Is  simply detictone���tt palate;  Third, the a
If!   Fourth   . -re moderate; Fifth,���But ���-������
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FOOTWEAR
Never before have we presented to our patrons a finer lot
of Shoes than we offer for this
season and at prices that defy
competition.
We who have studied or
forecasted the styles which will
be in vogue this season, have
given every attention to the production of models that will
arouse your enthusiasm.
Tan Shoes in every conceivable style and pattern are shown,
and Tans are favored by reason
of our growing fondness of outdoor Summer amusements.
Velour Calf is another leather much in evidence. It is a
close grain leather, takes a fine
polish, and is particularly adapted to our own climate.
We have expanded our Shoe
Service, and can assure our customers that in our store you can
buy the handsomest shoes for
any and all occasions.
Our Oxfords are here and
we can sure please the most fastidious, Oxbloods, Grey, Tan,
Chocolate and Black. See them
in our Show Window To-night.
W. E. SINCLAIR
"The Shoe Man"
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HAVE JUST
RECEIVED^
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1,5011 at
ent of al
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:: -; t tion, and  ever;       ction  has a ng 1
Come in  and look around, get an Idea of
��� ie season.
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New Dress
Goods
Wr.bout doubt most complete Bhowin^ of fabrics in _���
cr.-.    You'll  be surprised at  the pleasing  rarh       od more 1
the moderate pricing.   Any shade or weave I -.1
present time.    From 50c to $2.00.
New Hair
Goods
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Hair   Braids.   Rolls,   Pads,  Turbans.   Braid   Pint - -  ������-?., ]n.|
to   hand.    All   colors,   and   a   splendid   varlet}        styles.   See ov j
showing.
Timely Arrival of
New Waists
What  a collection of charming  creations  this I         arrival     ;;
It makes it more difficult to decide   with   sm I ���' l(
want  to suit  everyone if possible.   Low prli Ll -   IMP"".
Invited.
Curtain Novelties
See our window for a sample of the lines we earn ' : '
inside and we will be pleased to show you our full range. Sent*
Madras-Muslins, Casement Cloths, Canvas. Cable Nel - '''������ i�� *ide
variety.    From 25c per yard.
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HOPE & BARKER
ARCHITECTS
625  Columbia  Street
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
A. CAMPBELL HOPE, C. A. C
And   at   336   Hastings   St.,   W.
Vancouver, B. C.     Phone 3650
Watches. ..
High Grade Watch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN S, The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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I JUST ARRIVED
Onion Setts
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
Ryall's Drug Store
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1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE ITlVfiJ.
HAVE JONAH CITIES
hwr Holders Ha* Trouble Ever*
,-ime Towns���Hoodoo,
^^^^^^^^^llllll    has
a trip to Chilliwack.
*   >    *
Mrs.  E. Goulet  will  noi  receive on
is   previously  announced.
Monday
on at Sa.
Jinks,
They Think.
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.-  teams and pitch
I mah towns, tui thej
[l about the poor umpire," re-
erwan, the American
,,v good or bad I work,
o bump into troubli  In
r!con1     ed the veteran. "May-
{,   ,( n.0ll,  as good  as  usual   in
es ,,    e, but take it from me
and yet trouble al-
,,   be   my   sliare.    I've
rj thing  handed  to  me
day, a few years ago,
me so Btrongly that  1
l0I.cel .,        _ other shelter in
the    ground-keeper's
|. .-. being entirely de-
a  li  was,  every  window j
few doors unite a little
the fusllade, and sev-
i ,  knocked trom their
on tbe wall.
umpires  bump  Into
I es,     Take     'SHU'     0'-
1 astance.    Any time he
j Philadelphia it means
bui   welcome  to  our  city.
vear   Silk'   added    Washington
I . nine happened to be
���ng Wii     liim at  Washington at
Le     - I   the  new  recruit  now
ngton as his sure hoo-
|. i our games is  about all
Forked   there   last   year,   and   1
,.  ,      orry   bo  worked   that
and Mrs, Marshall  English let'i
|during : he week i ir Porl Essington.
a
 . ... A. Cue, of  Spuzzum,  wns
the guesl of friends ln town on Wednesday.
*   *   *
The    Misses   Henderson   are   the
lines,s  ni   Mr, Justice  and   Mrs.
rison at Vancouver,
.    *   *
Mr. and Vis. T. 8. Annandale spent
ithe holidays at their Bummer home at
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a    .    .
Mrs. W. L. Johnston was tin   - i st
! of her  sisti i',  Mi s. J. Chawner  Williams, in \ i ncouver, this wi -
��   *   *
Mayor  Lee and  Mrs. Lee spent  tho
holidays  at their  Bummer   home  at
\ Boundary bay.
$0 AraA cash down buys the best business prop-
ZUUU erty    on    Begbie   street;    close    to
Columbia, main'street.   Balance very easy.
d��r A A cash down handles a 12 room modern fine
AOUU double house, located at centre of city,
close to 6th street, rents at $30 per month. Price
now $2900.
ml  Jack  Egan  is  none
il ir    in    Cleveland,"    said
J iwtli a smile, and he stopped the
brsatlon   long enough  to  relight
They  toll   me  they   had
p   petitions against Egan a year
���   him electrocuted, but be
king.   I rather think, how-
that   he  closes   his eyes   when
b  Cleveland.
Silcago has always been Liilly
> only place of woe, and some
elans there still remember some
ns they believe ho rend-
four years ago. Chicago
hard   for   ihe   pennant
I year, and   Evans  was   working
:������'���   games   with   the  White'
The nice was telling on Fielder
He   was   suite   peevish   and '
k      but easy to handle.    1 hap-
ki to be doubled up with Evans
. numhev of  games,  and  I  shall
tor^t  i.ne   decision   that   he
i . .   about eight columns
I   ling1    -.   i the next morning.
pueh he made the decision solely
1.1 judgmi -
was late In   the  season,    the
��� Sox wei.. iinhling the lead on
I .'���'  . very narrow margin.
leant a whole lot to ,
St. Louis  was  the oppotrtng home"ln
and Bai    .   Petley  the pitcher j
y.  by  the   way,   was
5 a liai i   man  for   the   Sox  to
I v.      rorking the bases and
.' It  was Billy's first
II ! ue, so before starting
ilked down to me and
Miss Spring has been the guesl of
Mrs.   Porter  Worsnop,  of  Vancouver,
at. Han Ison for the past week,
* a    a
Miss Pyne returned on Thursday
from the sin lngs, wh< re she had .pent
the  week.
* *    *
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones and Mr.
Fred Jones, of Aldergrove, are spending a week with relatives in town.
* *    *
'Mr. Shannon, of the Bank of Montreal staff, spent Easter at his home
I in Chilliwack.
* *    ���
Mr. II. V. Ardagh, of Calgary, was
visiting friends in town during Easter
week.
��    *    ���
I    Mr. and  Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie renamed on Tuesday from a short trip
to Seattle.
* ���    ��
Mr. and Mrs. McLean and Miss Mc-
I'hail, of Vancouver, are the guests
nl  Mr. and  Mrs. J.  E. Hawkshaw, of
Fifth avenue.
*    ���    ���
Miss Constance De Wolf Smith will
receive  on  the  flrst  and third  Mondays of the month at her home, cor- |
ner of Merrlvale and Columbia streets.
(MAAA cash down buys 200 acres of land, rich
S. 20UU black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
blocks, facing Stave Lake Road price only, $16 per
acre The timber itself is worth more, lhe btave
Lake Power Company is going to have car service
there in the very near future.
APPLY
C. S. News Office
A choice 2 Acre Block
(corner) situate in Lot
j 30, Block 5, N. R. 2
: west (South Westmin-
\ ster).
I $1500-PRICE��-$1500
* .   r.   n     *      n.1 c    11  ������J   18 Montis
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1-3 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 Months
| White, Shiles & Co
��� SURREY   SPECIALISTS
��� 628 and 746 Columbia F-treet, New Westminster, B.C
��� Main Office Phone R85 Branch Office Phone L85
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Mr. Robert Lennle, who spent the
week-end with his relatives in New
Westminster, left on  Monday for bis
home in Nelson.
*    *    ��
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Allan   Mercer,   Mr.
Hackney,    and    Mr.  Wilson, of  Co-
Qultlam,  spont  Easter  with   Mr.  and
Mrs. Otway Wllkie, Eighth street.
��    *    ��
Miss Alice Hickman went up to
Chilliwack on Monday, where she will
stay with her cousin, Mrs. Edgar Du-
thio, for a week.
*    *    *
[    Mr.   and   Mrs.   Lachlan   McQuarrie
I returned on   Monday   from   Harrison [week  In   lioi
I Hot   Springs,  where  they  had  spent   California.     A
the past fortnight.
Mrs. William Love, of Vancouver,
bus been the .uost of her mother,
Mrs. William Johnston, Agnes street.
Mrs. Cochrane, of Vernon, who has
[been visiting her relatives in this
city and Vancouver, has left for her
>e interior.
�� What s the Use
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.
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��� i _ . 5
Surrey
T. J.Trapp & Co.,: Ltd.
20 acres; for two days only;
$301) per acre; 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months. A sure
money maker.
We have several other good
things across the river for you
to Investigate.
Burnaby
2 1-6 acres, $3,000; 1-3 cash
balance 6 and 12 months. Right
on the tram line.
8 acres, $1,000 per acre;
near Royal Oak station. This
is just, right for subdivision
nnd can be had on easy terms
for a few days.
ALWAYS    AT VOl'R SERVICE
CARTER & CARVER
Open Every Evening.
|'It's very dark today, .lack;  looks
Iy much like rain.   Now your judg-
nt is bi iter than mine;   any  time .
hlng I might to call this game !
lold u]   .-.our right hand and I'll
I Nothing gets an umpire
more I ible than rain and dark-
Band BUI wanted to be prepared.
A '. -Hi crowd was there that
' and the game was a brilliant one.
Ir nine  innings  both   teams   went
Dlesa     ii   would  really  have  been
proper  thing   to   call   the   game
N   for  big black clouds  shrouded
Bky and a storm seemed immin-
��� bill thought ho could go another
ind  I  did  likewise.    Neither
mi Bcored In the tenth and Evans
trying another Inning.    How-
win ii 1 gave him the signal by
.    my   right   hand,   ho   obeyed
i announced that the game
>een    ;lled <m'account of dark-
****M^_m
Tin
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Mrs. Harry Major was the hostess
of a charming little tea on Wednesday afternoon at her pretty home on
ltlaekford street In honor of her house
guests. Mrs. Bedell, of Albany, N. Y.;
Mrs. Woolllams, of Vancouver, and
Mrs. Woolbridge. of England.
Mrs. John McKenzie, St. Patrick
street, entertained at luncheon on
Tuesday in honor of Mr, McKenzte's
relatives, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Thomp-
son. of Nine Mile River, Hants coun-  Margaret' LewtaT About
ty,  Nova Scot a, who are  visiting in   toU we).p t      d
British Columbia. ^^**
a    a    a
The members of the local Radmin-
ton club chartered a special B.C.E.R.
car   in  order   to   attend   the   annual
ball given by the Vancouver clubs in  Keary,
Dominion   hall,    Pender   street,   last ! Doyle.
Mrs.   Alexander    Charleson,    First
street,  was  the  delightful  hostess  of
a small team on Wednesday of this
of   Mrs.   McGuire.   Of
_    _    very   jolly  "bargain"
contest   was   enjoyed   and   the   prize
winners  were   Mrs.   William   Allison
and  Mrs.   T.  .1.   Armstrong.    Among
those   present   were   Mrs.   McGufre. !
Mrs. Harold G. Barnet, Mrs. G. Bruce
Corbould,  Mrs. C.  C.  Worsfold.  Mrs. :
'William Allison, Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong,
[Mrs, J. R. Grant. Mrs. Arthur Malins,
Mrs. J. S. C. Eraser! Rossland), Mrs.
Gaynor,   Mrs.  James   Bryinner,   Mrs.
Payne. Mrs. J, W. Creighton and Mrs.
Henry Doyle.
* * ���
Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold Jones, who
have recently moved into their band-
some new home on Royal .venue, had
| a few friends in last night for a jolly
j little dance In the afternoon Mrs.
Jones gave a delightful children's
party in honor of her little son and
daughter, Watson and Beverly Jones.
Mrs. Jones had helping her Miss Winnie Keary, Miss Alma Leamy and Miss
***������    .��.-..*   flfty   mtle
c v.  . enjoyed a
long to be remembered happy afternoon. Those present were Kathleen
Keary, Kathleen Mathers, Jessie Allen, Edward Rand. Molly Holt, Milli-
cent Graeme. Teddy McQuarrie, Mary-
Noel    Armstrong,     Prances
Harry   Doyle,   Janet   Doyle.
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The Timberland Lumber Company, Ltd.
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
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
For CHILLIWACK
It Will Pay You
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  SC Gml' Katherine Grant, Kath-
nUM. ,    .    . iSSTrSSTlsaHe, McQuarrie. Peggy
KHot^MrJ.Tjonel loyal | Walker.   Chisholm  Praser.    Frances
. .����..  Brackman-Ker  Milling   Company's Wharf,  New Westminster
Leaves  Bracwnan   J^^".   a_d   Frelflht   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
for   us,   we
jhadn't
dressing-room when    tho
1   sun   broke   through   the
about a minute, and It was
ns  the   brightest   day you
saw.    11   clouded   up  almost in-
and  In  less   than   five   min-
drlvlng  rain had  set  in.    It
have  been   utterly   impossible
half-inning, yet Evans was
all kinds of abuse for call-
une and protecting himself.
'II  never  forget  tho  roasting
innately
o   0 11
(ami .
brl
er s;
Jam
fee
fouU
��� play
cl i
K the i
avenue, left -on Wednesday for her
homo ln the Interior. Mrs. Edmonds
was accompanied by her sister, Miss
Jones,  who  will  be her guest for a
; month.
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The Woman'? Auxiliary of Westminster Hall, Vancouver, hold their annual meeting on Thursday afternoon.
The officers. Mrs. McNaughton (president), Mrs. Logan Hirst vice president), Mrs. Cowpertwaith (secretary)
and Mrs. McLean (treasurer), were
re-elected. It was decided to hold
annual banquet on Friday, April 8, in
the  Dominion hall.
Lynch, Eveline Malins. Melville Mains, Phyllis Smith. Doris Clarke, Rachel Eddv. Mary Malins, Clara Malins, Bill Doherty, George Smith,
Clifford Lord, Valerie Jones, Dorothy
McKay. Katherine Fraser, Bobby Harris, Alison Peele, Gordon Bcholefleld,
Kathleen Reid. Bessie Henderson.
Dorothy Malcolmson, Ronald Brydge,
Lewis  Moss,  Charlie  Moss  and  Ger
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack.    .   .
Leave  New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
teavl Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW WESTMINSTER
in  never  torget  mo  roasuug
1 I served to him by tho papers
6 nexl  day.    He was called every
(an:
"in.
OSdS
"S:'y .lack
The
^^^^^      called every
the vocabulary   and    then
Kill  swallowed  all   the   large
without  a murmur,  but  when
to  a   certain   criticism   he
'Wiied liis mouth for the first time
ind auld:
ain't that h V
k. criticism to which    BUI took
pirenuous objection read as follows:
If tl'-^"���      -   -   --
ffen     ^	
li^i '' ''" in 8�� important a game,
&m      "'  ,lm cub umP- yesterday's
""est    would   have   gone   at  least
nother inning.'
it While no one in the crowd or any
|(f " newspaper men were aware
>"'   fact,   Evans   had   called   the
��ne on m��� i...,     Ypt the next
ake a frightful
and   liavo     the     statement
1 in hi
A ,arge number' of'New Westmln-
ster people went;om  toVMW^
to  hear  the
c
trude Gaynor.
SPORT  FIXTURES TODAY.
in a   m.-Central  School  vs.  High
.choc'  Soccer  game for the Wall Is
cut emblematic of the championship
^^Ti-ff Herring vs.  J.  Mc
Tombed. Grand Opera | MurpV   Rowing match trom_end ot
Tb m- 'tbeTombardt Grand  O^a  Mj,    how u. =g  po[nt       d
r, \HM?s'EngUsf Mr  RoTKng-  ffiSto college gymnasium
 JW1.���U ,ettu ���� iu..v" = -   ,H. Jones, Mrs, ��nBj.l��"'   ..dlaW( Miss	
the veteran Jack Sheridan had   lish, Miss R^ry, Miss LWalaw |	
'"''Ind the plate where he should   Hessie Laidlaw, Miss Bii.gs
" ' ���  'Naomi Briggs
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
Bin  "    taCt'   Rvans   ''ii
game on my judgment.
,fl was forced to tr
I��� asti
flaun
hav,
B face that things would
Ifomin "i'1 dltterent had I been In
Ps tn m 'V]n'>' (lnn,t 'into Bill quite
Puit ti Chicago as thev used to,
ki t0 ''���   ;"'" Kti'l  talking about that
i    J ' game."
Miss Clarkson, Queens avenue, was
the hostess of a very delightful work
tea on Thursday at which Miss Doris ���---
Clute was the guest of honor. Miss ,Nationals
Clarkson was assisted by Mrs. J. Stll-
Iwell Cltito. Those present were Mrs.
I J. Stilwell Clute, Miss Doris Clute,
Miss Elsa Burnett, Miss Alma Lewis
Yesterday's Baseball.
At Philadelphia��� p
Score: 4
Americans      ���
H.
9
11
Ball  Game  Postponed,
baseball   game   scheduled
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
to
.wis, |    The   W��'6e";m between the
��- xsB-^= '^t Sw&a as
Beatrice    Ann. ndaie mediate teamiis P0^ "',�����    ot    the
. ra. >��. ��1 ��s ssat j& %��<��� *- ������
Armstrong. W** Eleano.   Brown h [m. the c,iloil.
Miss Gertrude Brown.   .
���,���  .    For the latest In fashionable foot-
condition    of _t!l�� ��� woar, see Sinclair's show window today.
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they hav��
J^ VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing
PERSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the 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 th�� occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can ill afford to assume the risk o'
this ever-increasing and uncertain llablUty.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms li
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go  to  law   means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
YOUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
ONLY insurance  against  such  risks will enable you to fix and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
UNDER the protection of a Liability Policy   ln  the  Railway  Passen-
1   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
| ��� relieved from all such annoyances.
^| Alfred W. McLeod
PKone 62T<fP|'> The Insurance Man."$gj& 657,[Columl��a St,
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Ladies' Blouses
A ND
Children's Dresses
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The White House
617 Columbia Street
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TRY OUR
'EVERLA5T' SOX
Every   Pair  Guaranteed
Read   Guarantee  Below
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CZAR   STILL THE   KEYNOTE.
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fn  Cashmere, Black,  Maroon,  Brown  and  Drab
Cc>Jor3, Three Pairs for
$1.50
In Cottor, Brown or Black, 35c or Three Pair* for
$1.00
D'jurra   President   Jr.gisrg     on   a   Mrn-
archial     Regime.
Petersl .   L���Alexander
J.  Ou ' ou i     ie   ;-. ���   ��� ������ .. i
of the I I 'delivered an
impoi ��� ��� In   i- plj   to   the
;      latent i ttai lu ob I  e - on -    ition
;ir,'l   outll ;
tion. be dri  ��� iame -iiari< di tlac
tion   between   ronstitutlonallam    and
;     lament      m  thai   Premier  81
j;it;   haa   emphasized   on   several  occasions.
The keynote of tbe speech is found
in tbe following statement: "The
peaceful development <A Russia is possible und* i present condition only
nnder a constitutional, monari
but nnparliamentary regime, based
upon a popula: repreneotative body
v.iiti wide legislative powers and the
right of supervising the administration with a strong executive responsible only to the monarcb and not to
political parties."
GIFT OF  CIGARETTE
COSTS   RUSSIAN   $1,300
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This is the Guarantee:
If after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
any length of time, you should over find a pair
that fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular
return the same to us arid we will replace them
with two new pairs free of charge.
This is Penman's. Limited,
Guarantee and we stand behind it
M. J. PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Columlwa Street New Westminster, B.C.
Xew Vork, April 1.���.Joint Bmitb, BS
he calls himself, because his Russian name in bo Impossible tc pro-
oo .-."-. proprietor oi a boarding bouse
in Brookl: n. was found dj .-. ged nnd
daaed at Duane Btr< 11 and Park Bow
Uiit morning, aftei he bad bees tabbed at i\y.',uu.
Smith, who speak ver) little English was picked up by Pollcemaa
Taczkowsky, who took him to the
Elizabeth streel station, There,
through an Interpreter, he told bo��
in- came to Manhattan on an errand
and met two men. who spoke to him
in Russian.
One gave liim a cigi rette, and after
KiiK^kiiiK It, aji lie could remember
was tbe losing of consciousness.
PLAN TO BEAUTIFY
NEL80N SCHOOL GROUNDS
I
Nelson, April 1.���Plans for placing
the .rounds of tlie public school in
good condition formed the principal
subject of discussion at the lust meet-
ling of the school trustees. Trustee
I.Joy had a preference for clinker as a
i top dressing for the playground, and
|Trustee Arthur favored cinders, while
Trustees Steel, Irvine and Emory advocated graVel from the lake beach
as being Just, the thing. Trustee Joy
was authorized to purchase twenty-
five rock maples from Grand Forks to
be set out  this spring,
VV. J. . IcKim will advise the hoard
bb to lhe properties of the public
school lot from the point of view of
landscape gardening. The Idea l8 to
plant trees nnd shriibbs and also to
have flower beds with the rest of the
ground In grass or gravel or whatever
other finish the members of the board
can njjrce upon.
J0HNST0
.
Lower Their Shoe
Prices   for   Saturday'
Business
Greater Bargains Than E
ver
Read These Special Saturday Prices:
Women's $2.75 Kid
Lace Boots,  Saturday
$1.95   per   pair
Women's  $3.50   Patent
Leather Bluchers,
Saturday
$2.50   per   pair
Women's All Patent
Leather, Oxfords, Cuban
Heels, a ^3.00 Shoe.
Saturday
$1.95   per pair |
Special Bargains in Ladies Strap
House Slippers
300 Pairs Women's
Strap House  Slippers,
Regular $1.75 Kind
$1.20   per   pair
Women's $4.50   Boots,
Special Bargain
Price
$2.95   per   pair
Women's   3.00   Chocolate Kid Oxfords,
Saturday
$2.50   per  pair
Shoes For Men at Factory Prices
For Saturday
WARWICK  Shoes   for
Young  Fellows
$4.00 to   $5.00
GEO.   A.   SLATER'S
Our "Invictus" Shoe
BEST  IN   CANADA
Men's 4.50 Tan Grain
Waterproof Bluchers
$3.50   per   pair
"THE PACKARD"
Our  Top   Notch Men's
Shoes.   American Made
The CROSS SHOE
For Ladies
Best   American Shoe
Men's 5.00 Velour and
Box Calf Bluchers
$3.25   per   pair
Men's 5.00 Patents. 300
Pairs on  Sale. Saturday
$3.95   per   pair
200 Pairs Men's 3.00
Fine Boots,    Saturday's
Price
$1.95   per  pair
See the BarreJs-Barrels of Bargains-Barrels are our Show Windows
Johnston's Big Shoe House
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C. APRIL 2, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
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THE
FINK  MACHINE WORK AND Cl
eral   i ��� pairing.  Anj thing    from    a
; or clock to an    automobile.
\V. Webster, mechanical expert, No.
Sixth stn 11     Dominion    Trust
Block.
IWESTMINSTER PRESS EOR EVERY
kind of job printing.     Midget loose
lfiif ledgers; Oowie Carbon Papers
P   0.    Box  148.      Old
Hlock.  Sixth street.
MARKET
REPORT
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Phone   &&,
Dally  News
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HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Santtas;
. .. painting, kalsomtnlng, paper
nam Ing and di corathig. sixth
strei t, New  Westminster,
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E
Martin.   Mus.   Bac,   Sll   Dublin   St.
Phono L616.
JOARD OK TRADE���NEW WEST
minster 1'.' ard ol Tra 1 > moots in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Thin] Thur day of oacli month:
quarterly meeting oa the third
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemb sr, at ����� ii.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. Now members may ho
propos id and elected at any monthly or quart< rly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
APARM!
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets 21 meals for JL Homo
cooking Ml white cooks; no orlen-
iai labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
2
109 GranvilSe St.
���hone R4949       Vancouver, B.C.
UNION LODGE, No. 9, A. F. & A.
M.���The regular meeting ot this i
Lodge is hold on tbe first Wednesday in each month, tit s o'clock Pm.i
ln the Masonic Temple, Dr. W, A.
DeWolf Smith, secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. No. 17.
A. F. & a. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are hold on the
second Tuesday in each month in
the Y/isonic Temple at 8 p. m. F.
Broad, secretary,
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
t..rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Hlock. Columbia Btreet Now
Westminster. W. J. WhiteBide, H
L, Edmonds. 	
WADE. WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, w
Q McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barrl*
ters, etc., 12 Horn.. Btreet, opposite
oourthou New Westminster,
tPbono 113. Vancouver offices
Rooma 20 and 21, Williams building, H3 Granville Btreet, corner ot
Hastings Btreet. 	
GEORGE B MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, <JO-
lumbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster. B. C.
L.
del Sign Works TEE KEE & CO.
and Eighth streets, on the f
third Fridays of each montl
O. L��� No. 1150.���Meets    in    the
i\. of P. building, corner of Agnes
SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING-
k'ews Block, Sixth Street
|Xe\v Westminster.
T. eo. P. Young. Prop.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
Windsor Hotel Block
P. 0. Box 644
tCKSON
UNTING
1PANY
'j rates
nf
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Phone
COA
New
Wellington
Bennett, W.  M.. Nell J. Mathison,
secretary.
HOYAL ORANGE LODGE. No.  1593.
H0M(.e!s in K. of P. building corner
Agnes and Eighth streets, flrst and
Srd Wednesdays of each mon h
at 8 p. m. Leigh Netherby, W. J,
W. Scott, Phipps. recording secr��
tary; J. MacLean, financial secretary.	
st and
Henry |FREEMAN
Guichon id
BUNTING
>ck.     P. O,
ROOM
Box 694.
ri'STOM       STENOGRAPHY        AND
�� Typewriting;  copy    work, business
letters,    etc,      Province    Ollice,  to
lumbia Btreet     Phone 62.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
O. O. F., Royal City Lodge No. 3���
Tho regular meetings of this lodge
are held in new Odd Fellows' Hall,
Eighth street, corner of Ca narvon
street, every Friday evening at S
o'ciock. H. .1. Lee. N. G.; W. II.
Orr, recording secretary.
. O. O. F., Amity Lodge No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
tire held In Odd Fellows hall,
cor. Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
.1. Ferguson, N. G.; W. C. Coatham,
P. G., recording secretary, R. A.
Moore, financial  secretary.
GALVIN. LADIES' AND MEN'S TAl
lorin. . A now line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing.    Room 9, Smith
bluvk.    Entrances  ��'i2a  Columbia   Bt.,
and 626 Clarkson St.   Phone RB08.
In the City of
New Westminster to be sold at
a
SACRIFICE1
In sple of the inclement weather
which prevailed all morning yesterday
the attendance al the week'lj market
was b< ttei n ll has bi en for some
time.    Man; fi       i s from the
Soutli Side 1 n . t s mure to
spend on u< ��� ouni of ,. . ha\ in. to
paj bridge tolls, and , .. all expressed gnat  pleasure
There was practically no change in
the prices of  the different   commodities.    All lines were fairly well represented with  the exception ol   fowl
bl all kinds.   There wore onlj a few
chickens and no geese of ducks,    A
few rabbits were offered for sale and
found buyers,
All the boot brought In was so.d.
Mutton   and   lamb,   of   which   there
were  fair supplies,  were  also  short
of demand.
There was a good supply and demand for veal.
There   was   also   a   good   supply  of
pork, which was sufficient  to satisfy
a Strong  demand.
Tho stock of potatoes was again far
in excess of the demand and the sales
were limited, though pi ices remained
f ot ly steady.
Thc demand tor good apples was
strong and the supply fair, but tin1
quality of the stock being brought In
is   gradually   deteriorating   as   spring
advances.
Vegetables of all kinds were plen*
tiful and the demand for them good.
Cut flowers and plants were also
'strongly  in evidence and found  many
, buyers.
In the course of the morning a good
auction sale was held in the market
square,
Official   Quotations.
Heet. hindquarters, per lb. . .0 to 10c
Beef, forequarters, per lb. .. 7 to 8c
Lamb, per lb 16c
Mutton,   per  lb 140
Veal,   large    9   to   10c
Veal,  medium    11%  to 12%o
; Pork,  medium,  per Ib,
Eg. s,   wholesale,   doz.   .
Hugs, retail, doz	
Butter,  wholesale,  per
Butter, retail, per Ib.   .
.   Fowl,   per   doz.   live    . .
|  Chickens, per doz. live
:
ib.
| Broilers,   per   doz .1
, ...12.4c
 25c
 800
 30c
 3r.c
..io to ti
... .0 to 8
,.,,,   HP     "50     FOR     HACKS   AND
^mart  turnout    The   Fashion   Btfr
hies. 	
|H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 7,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, AUDITOR AND Accountant. Audits made. Systems
organized. Agent for the Hall Safe
Co. Room 9, Westminster Trust
block.      P. O. liox 795
as owner is leaving
the city. Full size
lot 66 x 132 feet ;*one
minute from post office.
Potatoes, per ton
Onions, per sack .
Turnips, per sack
Carrots, per sack
Beets, per Back ..
Parsnips, per sack
Apples, per box  . .
to   0.
^^^      ���
 .1 to 2
 $2
 75c
 $1
 75c
,$1.26 to 1.75
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Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out
.' v "iBjijiiiic iiavv m^***-****.   ����� ��� ,
for a few months only, uou t min* ten
ex;,:   lenting with new or untried preparations.
Their Origin
The twenty-one wholesale drug finns^now muted
in the "National" had all of them length) CUWOT,
some for afty to one hundred vears, prior to the un .
Each firm had acquired or developedla number o.
valuable formula for medicinal and toilet P��Par"'
111 of which became the property of the    Nation*.
Since the union our export che^l������ uUy
gone over these formula and selected *h^2��luUT
NA-bRl -CO line. Every formula ha. b~n carefuUy
���hidied b, the.e expert* unproved ��P~"^��n
theu thoroughly te.ted ����,�� ��ftU^A DRU CO
we consider it good enough to bear the NA-DRL LU
Tratie Mark.
next  to  Bank  of  Montreal..
There are therefore no experiment* among
NA-DRU-CO preparations. We have invested altogether too much time, work nod money in the
NA-DRU-CO line to take any chances of discrediting it
with preparations that might not prove satisfactory.
We make absolutely certain that each preparation U
satisfactory before we endorse it with the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark.
Ask your physician or your druggist abotit the
firm behind NA-DRU-CO preparations and about the
NA-DRU-CO line. They can tell you, for we will
furnish them, on request, a full list of the ingredients
in any NA-DRU-CO article.
"Money Back"
An Example
A good example of what we mean U NAJMOJ-CO
Nervoion. for Brain Fag or n��vaus bresMowm
The formula was pronounced the most��� ^���C_hfor
bination of nerve medicines, but this was not enough lor
we had it tried out with a dozen different kurio
��-i���i  i-.^hsM    lawyers,   Booh.-
us
us; we had it tried out with a dozen diuerem. ����� ��
Brain workers - School Teachers, ft^-J^
kef.-���   -- ������-" ��� c-"-i��*v lenders and home worKer>,
Brain workers ��� School   ieacne��,   Vt"m, workers
keepers -as well as Society leaders ��dhom�� *����&
and everywhere the result was so good^that we soopw
it as one Of the best of the NA-DRU-CO line.
If by any chance you should not be entirely
satisfied with any NA-DRU-CO article you trv, return
the unused portion to the druggist from whom you
bought it and he will refund your money���willingly,
too, because we return to him every cent he gives
back to you.
If your druggist should not have the particular
NA-DRU-CO article you ask for in stock he can get
it for you within two days from our nearest wholesale
branch.
I \\. lv I- A LBS, T11E KU RNPJ URJb
Dealer, Upholsterer ami Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie Btreets.
Phone  17H. night call 81.
D. v. LEWTHWAITB, CABgBT
maker and upholsterer, 426 <; ';
IT street (behind Purr block)
Furniture made and repaired- Mis
Blon furniture ln fir and oak
Price
Al THEJ01ELS
RUSSELL.
N. B. Roberts, New Haven.
A. B, Short, Montreal.
W. Illcks, Vancouver.
W. 11. Morrison, Vancouver.
Captain A. Wilson, Steveston.
M. Itosonhaum. Toronto.
Charles ll. Glass, Calgary,
a. E. ftayles, Winnipeg.
WINDSOR.
\v. B. Pattlmjon, chilliwack.
Joseph Lagace, Durien,
George Haworth. Cloverdale,
R, A. Payne. Glen Valley.
B, M, Carncross, Cloverdale.
F. ll. Karsteilt, Langley.
Ball, Abbotsford.
Pulton. Sumas.
Johnson, Elgin.
A. While, Aldergrove.
M. D, White, Grand Forks.
J.
H.
D.
e best of thc NA-UK.u-v.�� ���
o        M k riPI I^O Preoaration. Youll Find Met Satufactory
Some N A-DRU-CO Preparat,on. t^
Camplior Ice
i .r,����cl��i Toilet Cream
Talcum Powder
Tooth Piute
Tooth Powder
.    A-DHU-CO,
N. (I S
Beby'i T.hleti
Carbolic S��l��e
Caicara Laiativet fTableti:
Cod Liver OU Compound,
Tatteleu (2 Sixes)
Herb Tablets
Nerroione
Pile Ointmeat
Rheumatism Cure
Sugar of Milk    nl-HMBt
Stainleu Iodine Oiatmeni
Toothache Cum
While Liniment
ONLY   OUR PRODUCTS  BEAR THIS
TRAOC   MARK
National Drug and Chemical
Company of Canada, Lmuted
WholesJe Br��ch���� at I
HAUFAX.     SI.-      MOgU   S^
HNGSTON.  TORONTO.  ���^��%__oH.
WINNIPEG.  REGINA.  CA"^,,R,IJ,
VANCOUVER.     VICTORIA.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 2-lh Columbia street,
phone  H278-    The  place  where  th?
dirt and dust Is removed from thel
fibre���not pressed lu.   Goods called I
for and delivered.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., hank, otlice and store tlttlnga;
cabinet, Btalr, showcasea, inantei?
ana d<'tali work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. llrookes, pro
prletor. Works: Comer Eleventh
wild car line. P. O. box 251, Phone
473.
ALWAYS  IOOK   rOR  THIS
TRAOC   MARK
FERNIE BOARD OF TRADE.
Manager of Coal Company Says Outlook Is Bright.
Fernie, April 1.���The election of officers was the principal  business  at
the annual  meeting of the hoard of
trade.    Tho  election  resulted as follows:     President, J,  U. Lawry;   vice-
president, A. H. Cree; secretary-treasurer, G. F. Stevenson, executive committee, J. S. T. Alexander, J. H. Pollock,  F. C. DuBois, J.  U. Turney, L.
A. S. Dack, A. I. Fisher, H. Heading,
11. W. llorchmer, G. C. Moffat.
J. Ash worth, manager of the coal
company, gave an Interesting address
on the future operations of the company. He assured the board of trade
that the outlook was extremely promising as the market for coal was un-
Hmitti'd. Tho agreement with the
miners would hold for another year
and there was every prospect that It
would he renewed at the expiration.
tmuiM. 11 _,,  ino. 4099, I.  O.
lo. ts the fourth Friday in the
.m��ntli  at   8   o'ciock   in   the   small
''''^""-ws'block.   J. B.Rush.
B. Maxwell, recording
LARS   OF   TEMPER-
, ���  -Meet every Thursday at 8
��c}��<* p. m. In Odd Fellows' hall,
t-Olutabii-         "-'     ���   " '""'
I "all, 'Hid Fellows' block.   J. B. Rush
ton, c. R,	
secretary
lOYAL  TEMPLARS   OF   TEMPER-
I ANCE���Meet   everv   Thnrsdnv   at   8
; "ail. Odd Fellows' block. J. B. Rush.
tot>. G. R.; f. B. Maxwell, recording
secretarv.
'���   mi.   in   uuu   ri'iiu"^    ��..---
i street.   Se.ect Councillor
P. Haggman;   recording secre-
JT George Burr.
NWHTS OF^OLUMBUS COUNCIL
"83 ���Meets second and fourth
^l^ays at 8 p. m. ln St. Patrick's
j.p.0l'-~Court Royal Columbia No-
^��, meeta jn Rnlghts of Pythias
SJ'ij.Blaekwood street.
i '���'���-- at g p. m. ln the Eag.e��'
If "" the first, and third Fridays
"each month at 7:30 p. m.    Vis-
���Zrt '"f'l,,rc" welcome.    J. J. R��'
1��'i'1'. secretarv.
NATIVE SONS OF B. C, Post  No. 4
���Meets every third Thursday of the
montli ln K. of P. hall.   M. J. Phillips,   chief   factor;   Angus   McCol,,
secretary.
ROSElOF^COLUMBIA  lodge  no
115, S. O. K. B. S��� Meets every second and fourth Wednesday evening
In the K. of P. hall.    P. R. ISrown,
president;  H. Disney, secretary.
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OF  EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
ln the K. of P. hall.   W. T. Cooksley, C. C;  A.  McDonald, K. of  R.
and S.	
GRANITE LODGE NO. 16, K. OF P.
Meets every  Thursday  at  S p,  m.
hall,   Columbia   Btreet.      II.    Seho-
field, secretary.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION.    Lord    of    the    Isles
Camp  191���Meets  on   the   second
and    fourth    Tuesdays    of    every
month In  K. of P. hall.    Chief, A.
Hal crow;  J. .1. Forrester, recording
secretary.
HARMONY   ENCAMPMENT, No.   2,
I.   0.   O.   F.���Meets    every    Second
ami    fourth    Wednesday    ol    the
month lu  1. O. O.  F. hall.    George
Adams, grand patriarch; E. L. Web
tier, scribe.
I.  (��.  o.  F���  Beulah  Rebekah  lodge
No.   5���The    regular    meetings   of
this  lodge   aro   held   la   new   Odd
FehOWS'   hall,    Eighth   sheet,   eor-
ner of Carnarvon street, *v*ry flrst
and third Thursday of each month
at 8 o'clock.    Mrs. May MatheBon,
N. G.; Miss M. D. Johnston, secretary.
A.   O.   II.   W.,  Fraser  Loilge  No.   3���
Meetings tho flrst and third Tuesdays In each month.   Lodge room,
A.  O.  U.  W.  hall,   Odd   Fellows'
block, Clarkson street.    C. S. Corrigan, recorder;  Qeorge Salt, mas-
CANADIAN~ORDER, W. 0. W���
Camp No. 53, meets in the old I.
O. O. F. hall. D. S. Curtis, Con.
Commander; F. 0. Can Held, clerk.
A. P. COTTON.
DOMINION AND B. 0. LAND SUK-
veyor. ln Natlona   ^nMlceCO-B^
flee    over   Curtis'   drug   Store,   i<
H.r sttvet.   New    Westmlnstei.
B. C.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
ItoM Estate and insurance Agents-
City, farm and Suburban property,
2fit) Columhla street.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. O.
���P. H. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
BB6,  phone 334.
We have the cheapest lot ln Burnaby,
BO by 150, cloBe to car line, on good
road. Fine site for homes. $200
each, quarter cash, balance easy.
SEE'
Brening
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New West-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared. ^^^^^^^^^H
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS,
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
MERCHANTS BANK
BUILDING
Room No 6 Phone 686
(WEALTHY   WOMAN   INHERITS
ESTATE   IN   CALIFORNIA
I Spokane, April l.--Mrs. .1. Dickinson Sherwood, one of Spokane's lead-
lug society women, has fallen heir to
more than $2,000,000 worth of land
In California. Mrs. Sherwood inherited the land from her mother, Mrs. S.
('one,  who  died  last  week at Paris,
France,
Mrs. Cone was sole owner of the
Los Mollnos estate of more than 40,-
000 acres, valued at more than $fi,-
000.000. She has willed that it be
divided among her three daughters.
The Los Molinos estate adjoins the
famous Vina ranch, one of the properties of Leland Stanford university.
The land lies about 200 miles north
of San Francisco. Mr. Sherwood Is
himself a millionaire, being the owner
of much downtown business property
in Spokane.
OPERA HOUSE BOOKINGS.
April 15���Red Mill.
April 30���St. Elmo.
May 12_Glngerbread Man.
June 2���Dorothy Morton.
June 24���The White Squaw.
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THE ROAD
TO SUCCESS
In any business is Competency and
to be competent requires special
training.
We give special training in Gregg
Shorthand, -Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Accounting accompanied
by   the   allied   commercial   subjects.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
610  Columbia St.
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
j City News!
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, firms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
[ptal  Assets    70,000,000
gew  Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. ��HUTe   Manager.
MiiEem
\-WUU~ UUEe?7ti9E5'<
Do not hock your passage without
seeing us first. Our system of handling tickets from the Old Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
EI). GOULET.
' C.F.U. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes Tor Ladles from .12./5
��P.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Eltard Bloc!c, New Westminster
Newest designs in Iron and Brass
Beds at Fales. **
All persons wishing to have their
names placed on the provincial voters' list before the court of revision
in May must give their names to S. A.
Fletcher at the courthouse on or before Monday. Any applications coming in after that will be held over
until the next court of revision meets,
In October.
A payment of $25 procures a lot In
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots aro In-
great demand. **
The manager of the Western Canada Bag, Envelop�� and Box Board
company has announced that the factory in Sapperton will be ready to
commence operations by the flrst of
December.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from 12 to 2, with quick
service. ***
Kev. W. J. Sipprell, D. D��� left yesterday morning for Victoria. He will
return from the island on Tuesday
morning.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
phone Davies' Greenhouse, R208.     **
H, A. McKenzie, principal of the
Sapperton school, has been elected
third vice president of the B. C.
Teachers' convention, which lias just
concluded a session at Nelson. E. B.
Paul, superintendent of the schools in
Victoria, was elected president, and
tho next convention will be held
there.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth s>eet. **
The instructors and students of the
Columbian college propose having a
picnic about the middle of May. Bowen
island is considered by many of the
collegians as a favorable place for
such an event. A committee has already heen appointed to make the
necessary arrangements.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen tn this city at
Fales. **
J. A, Motherwell, late accountant
of the local branch of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, has taken charge
of the New Westminster branch of the
Vancouver Financial corporation, succeeding E. N. Sutherland.
The local agency of the Oliver Type-
writer company Is at 746, Columbia
Street.   Three doors from the B.C.EH.
car station. **
The rain yesterday put a stop to
all work on the street improvements.
Robert Allen Hanna and Miss Mary-
Ann Tretheway, both or tl.ls city, were
united in the holy bonds cf matrimony at St. Andrew's manse yesterday afternoon, Rev. J. S. Henderson
officiating.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
Harry Stewardson, assistant city
engineer, is laid up at his home with
a slight illness.
The firm of Vidal & Bacchus, customs brokers, has heen dissolved.
Mr. Herbert P. Vidal will carry on the
business as heretofore. **
The hour of the evening service at
Queens Avenue Methodist church has
been changed from seven o'clock to
seven thirty, the change going into
effect tomorrow. The innovation is
made at the request of a number of
the members of the congregation.
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane, Queensborough Ship Yards,
Lulu Island. **
Mrs. J. R. Gilley yesterday evening
entertained a number of Columbian
college girls at her residence, Eighth
street.
For Linoleum, Oilcloths and Carpets, see W. E. Fales, Agnes street. **
South Westminster property is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
An illustration of the "Free" bridge
ls contained in the current issue of
the "Westminster Courier," on sale
at all the book stalls. Buy a sour-
venier  copy. **
REWARD
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
for information that will secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of nny person damaging boulevards in the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall,  March  29, 1010.
FOR EXCHANGE���FIVE ROOMED
House and lot in Vancouver, value
$2000, for house and lot in New
Westminster. Apply, Box P. R.
News Otlice.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Your Choice
From  Window
Odd Lines In Crockery
10c Each
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and se.l for the same.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
STORAGE
VIDAL & BACCHUS
PHONE 475.
60 YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Aa
Anrono lending a iketcb and dencrintlnn mi)
.^utckl. ascertain our opinion free whcUiur an
InTenilnn la probably patentable. ComnranlM>
ttim. strictly onntlclcntlai. HANDBOOK on Talent!
jent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken throu. h Munn & Co. recolvt
special notice, without charge, tu tbe
Scientific American.
A handsomely Ulustrated weekly. LAr. ost circulation of any sclontlllc Journal, 'forms fot
Canada, ��US a year, postage prepaid. Sold b|
all newsdealers.
MUNN tCn*"-** New York
Branch Office, 626 V Bt. WMblOS ton. U U.
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also some choice buys
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,Fl��Cl0S   KCSlCly       CORSET DEPARTMENT
Nemo Corsets are a combination of perfect comfort and smart style. Nemo corsets
are practical figure-builders and remodelers.
Every Nemo does something for you
that no other corset can do.
Nearly every woman (in every country
where corsets are worn) knows that the���
Nemo Self-Reducing
���is the only corset ever made that really
helps a stout woman to reduce her abdomen
with perfect comfort and hygienic safety���
$3.00 to $10.00.
For Slender Figures
Almost equally famous are the Nemo
"Willow-Shape" (with the novel Flatning- ...   m
Back Skirt), the "Military Belt" Corset, c/^^Wrboucino
the wonderful "Back-Resting" Corset, and N'405-���RiuffBAHDS
the chic "Swan-Shape"--all for slender and medium figures.
See our new Nemos, if you wish to know Fashion's latest
word on the all-important subject of corsets.
WE
ARE
SOLE
AGENTS
FOR
THESE
POPULAR
CORSETS
The many special features in tlie makeup of Nemo Corsets are   such  that  they appeal  particularly
to the best dressed women.   An impression has prevailed that Nemo    Corsets    were   niu'li    i     .   [���',
stout women.    This is not   so,  however, as  the  models  made  up  for  the  women of slende       -������,].
tions leave nothing to be desired  in  corset attire.    We   mention    here   a   few  of   the   mot
Nemo Corsets.
-DrE33-*Ad3u5T!NG
'       N�� 200
NO. 200 NEMO CORSET FOR
AVERAGE   FIGURE
A perfect corset for women of
average figure. No. "200 Nemo"
is made wilh low bust and extra long hips. A triple strip
re-enforcement resists the tendency of bones and steels to
push through at top or bottom.
All sizes, per pair   $3.00
5EIf^EDUDND
SELF   REDUCING    NEMO
NO.   320
A corset especially for women of stout figure. Relief straps,
medium bust and long hips
with possibilities of> adjustment
ln such a manner that absolute
comfort and serviceablity are
assured. Another special feature is the arrangement of four
suspender attachments. Pet-
pair    $4.50
CdgffiPSBJ-REOUClNO
n��405 -'^ReliefBands
no. 405 nemo corset for
TALL   STOUT  W   ''E'i
Made with high busl
tra long skirt, known n      sell
reducing    corset     with    relief
bands, six suspenders al
Per   pair    $5.50
ATTRACTIVE
CURTAIN MUSLINS
A particularly nice Muslin for Bedroom Curtains is made up with
hemmed edge and setting of heavy Cluny lace. Insertion material
is fine white book muslin and very neatly made up; lu inches
wide.    Per yard 35c
Another Muslin material of the same general style is shown with
setting of heavy Ecru Insertion and lace edge. Very pretty in
effect;   40  Inches wide.    Per yard  4��c
Plain hemmed edge Muslin with setting of fine lace insertion;
4(1 inches wide.    Per yard    25c
Fancy Colored Book
Muslins���35c a yard
Exceptionally line white striped Book Muslin with printed designs in green and yellow clear and distinct on each side; also spotted ground with green colored bow knots; width 48 inches. Per yd. 35c
Another   Shipment   of
Hair Turbans
Six new styles of Hair Turbans just received; also Turban
Hair Pins and Hair Rolls.
New Leather
Belts
A   splendid   range   of   <;
Trimmed   Leather   and   Blastii
Bells, depleting the latest Ann t
lean styles.
Embroidered
Waists
ON SALE���$1.35 EAv. H
Ono of the most remarkablt
values of the season, Is this special Blouse on sale this week.
All sizes made with all-over embroidered fronts and long
sleeves. Special for this week.
Each    $UD
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. Utu
,Dav.a^l2'i9__
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE NINE.
Beef. Mutton, Veal,
pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
HIPPO AND RHINO
10 Bt IMPORTED
Hartbeest, Gnu, Warthog,
Gazelle, and Perhaps Even
the Gentle Gazelle.
Js|
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
.Burns & Co.
E. C. Traves, Manager.
PHONE 101. ��45  COLUMBIA STREET.
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SHOW CASES
Washington, April  1.���lf tlie plans
Ijof Representative Broussard, of Louisiana, are put into effect, the hippopotamus,   the   white   rhinoceros,   the
hartbeest  and all   the  other  animals
recently   made  famous  by   a  certain i
faunal naturalist, will lie given a new ;
habitat in the l'nited states.    Africa j
is no place for them now that Teddy
i has started home.
i   While tiie hippopotamus is
Bl public   service   by   clearing
i
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shaft
ing,  Cranes,  Air  Compressors, Etc
SEALED  TENDERS,  addressed  to
the undersigned, and marked on tlie
envelope   'Tender   for   Machines   and
Tools.'  'Tender  for  Leather  Be.ting,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at tlie office of the Commissioners of tlie Transcontinental  Railway, at Ottawa,    Ontario,    until    12
o'clock noon of the 1-th day of April,
1910, for:
111  Machines and tools;
(2) Leather belting'.
STRIPPING ROMANCE
FROM NIMMA fALLS
Famous Show Place is Now
Very Much Commercialize i
-Feats of the Past.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    D'.S-
doing a ���
up  over- i
(3)
(4)
(5)
16)
IT)
(8)
('.
steel  frame
In-
Shafting, hansel
work, etc.;
Miscellaneous    equipment,
dustrial track and lockers;
Motors;
Furnaces and forges;
Cranes;
grown   Southern-*., earns, -'the  white!    (8) ^ ^T^KSlr.    equipment
rhinoceros will  be roaming the arid,    (9) Grey   iron equipment;
plants of  the  Southwest,  waxmg fat | and  brass i - h    lo.
��� the sparse desert vegetation that  required for the equipment oi
will support  no  other  huge animal,  comotive andother itaWJ**^
Then, when the price of beet soars,  missioners of    the   Transomi
they  will he butchered and sold for  Railway at Springfield, east of win
food, while the beef trust gnashes its peg, Manitoba.
,,,.,��� _ rage and mutters, "Foll-il-led." i    Tenders will be received and con
Other Strange Beasts. sidered for any or all of the Hems ">
The bartbeest will browse upon the Seated above and numbered from
grassy  and perhaps treeless, slopes of   t0 y, both inclusive.
Ithe national forests;  maybe the gnu,!    Pians  and  specifications    may  m
1 the zebra, the warthog and the gazelle 19een  in  the office of the Chief  tm-
wlll   be  there  also  to  add  color  and   gineer  0f   the  Commissioners  at u^
variety to the scene.    If a place can jtawa_ Mr   Gordon Grant, and in  UV
be   found   for   the
ARTISTIC  MANTELS-STAIR  RAILINGS-ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
on
If a place can
dnal    b< c >nd-
worker,  the   giraffe,   he,   too,
; office   of   the   District
Engineers   of
St. Boniface
storey   worker,   the   giraue,   ue,   too, |"i"^ "
will be broughl to these shores.   The I1'10 Commissioners    at
yak  and  the fennec are possibilities.  Man- Mr- s   R- Poulln' ,   .
it is a pleasant  prospect conjured up '    Persons tendering are notified that
by the little bill which the big game 'tenders will not be considered unless
hunter from New Iberia, La., has In-'made on the printed forms supplied
U WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY
 J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
IwORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and  Carline.
PHONE 473
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth  Avenue ana  Manoi Street
SEATTLE
WKIfitL
HATES:
$1   p*r  day  up.
and' toard   $2.50   per  day up.
with   bath  $2.50 per   day   up.
board $4 per day
with hot and coir
Room
I- oom
Fcort^
Room with bath an
.Ml  mtside rooms
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water   steam beat, long distance te
phone  'Bui" meets all trains andhoatt
The Daily News will be Kept on nle
in our reading room.
Mr
troduced. ,by the Commissioners, which may be
That hill provides that .250,000 shall   had on  application  to  the  Chief   Lube  appropriated  to be  expended  by I gineer at Ottawa, or to the Distiiet
secietary of agriculture in invest!-   Engineer at St. Boniface, .Man.
gating and experimenting in the trans- j    ,.:.lch  temU,r  must be  Blgned  lind
panting oi wad ana uoiuestic animals Lealed b   all the       ties t0 lhe ten.
nn,,, a foreign habitat to the United L fl wltMSBedi   and bc   acC0U1.
States.   It also provides that expert-     med     . d ch on a
.nenis in  locating them  may  be con-     ,     .       ,, .      ."..      ��� ',_,        ���.���
,i�����������* ���    ������.,������, ( of��� chartered  bank  of  the  Dominion   of
ducted on national forests. _      , ,. .. .        , .,
Transatlantic  Scheme. Canada, payable to the order ol the
"The measure would apply to anl- Commissioners of the Transcontinental life the same plan that is being tal Railway for a sum equai to ten
used by the department of agriculture Per ccnt (1�� Pei" mUI o�� the amount
in its bureau of foreign 'plant investl-  of ,he tender.
gatlon   in   vegetable   life,"   said    Mr.      Any person whose tender is accept-
Broussard.   "in Africa and other coun-  ed shall within ten days after the ac-
tries   there   are   many   animals   that |ceptance thereof sign    the   contract,
might be transplanted to this country j specifications   and  other    documents
with  resulting  economic  advantages,  required to be signed, and in any case
The white rhinoceros and the hippo- ;of refusal  or failure on  the  part of
potamus, for instance, no doubt would ithe  party  whose tender  is  accepted
thrive in certain localities in the I ni-   to complete and execute the contract
ted  States.    Their flesh  is  excellent   with the    Commissioners,    tlie    said
they cost little to feed and fatten and   cheque shall be forfeited to the Corn-
tin y would give a new meat supply.   I missioners as liquidated damages for
in addition to that, the hippopota-   Bttoh  refusal or failure,  and fl  con-
mus would he a help to us in clearing |,.act  rights  acquired  bv  the  accept-  lnis;"
some of our Southern streams.    The |^ce of the tendeI. sh.vlj be torfoited.      This   W&S   ��.--��.   ..-.
growth of pond lilies and oilier vege- I    __       , ,        ...   , ..���.   ter the public protest her owner with-
la.ion   in   some   of     those     streams      ���e   dle]ues  deposited  by   parties  drew her t0 the quIet oI a oountry lot
��� i-,m����� i���. Iwhose  tenders are  accepted will  be!gt)0 ,lfK, no bovhu, BUCCe8BorB in the
deposited    to the credit    of the Re-   k iri.;.
ceTver General of Canada as security , Bu't . _ . Uad an i;>-ililUll. ;a the per-
fof the due and faithful performance I son ot- Amos schweit-.er, a Biioomaner,
of the contract according to its terms. >0f. Toronto. Oni alio, who, ( n June 0.
The cheques deposited by parties [1906, made a perfect snow on ihe cat-
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order.
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.    The   Commissioners of
the Transcontinental  Railway
Ottawa. March 2. 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Comnilselpreru wi'l nnt b<> "��H for "
People  with  practical   minds  seem
bent on stripping the cataract of .Niagara, its rapids and tbe whirlpool of
some of the attributes Uiey have had.
There Will always be people who will |
regard as facl the story of tlit? maid- j
on s sacrifice, who will persist in be-
I lleving  that   it  was  a  yearly   custom
of the Indian tribes living in the vi-
jciiiity  of   tin-   Falls   to   sacrifice   the
j prettiest  maidens   of   then-   tribes   to
the god that was Niagara; but within
tlie   last,   tn teen   years   many     things
have occurred at Niagara lo dissipate
the  romance of the  cataract.
Something of a shock was felt when
the engineers got busy and drove part
of the river Into the factories to turn
wheels. People had said it. could not
be done, and wl,, n ii was done the
awe that Niagara inspired was a bit
1 lessened.
Several times natural agencies have
taken   liberties   with   the   river   and
stemmed the mighty current as if it
were nothing more than a millrace.
ln   lh4h   or   thereabouts   the   running
ice from Lake Erie helped by a  stiff
wind, piled the waters back on themselves, and Niagara went dry at the
cataract,   aud   again   In   April   of   last
year it was dammed so that men and
women   crossed   from   Prospect  Park
to Green Island,
But even before the engineers and
the   last   Ice  dam   was   Bossy Simms.
To her more than any other agency
credit   is   due   for   stripping   Niagara
of its'romance of irresistible power.
Bossy   Simms  was  a  mere  cow,  a
Durham.    Her  owner  was the super-
' inteudent  of the  inclined  railway   In
Prospect Park before the days of free
Niagara    and   lived   within   catch   of
spraj from the fall. Bossy came to the
park   as   a   calf.     Untiammeled   with
the   prejudices   of   ordinary   visitors,
she went to the liver as to a trout
stream.
Frequently   in   summer  time     she
went to wade in the river from near
Prospect   Point   with   -'o   thought   of
danger   and   there  Blake   her   thirst,
greatly to the amazement of the peo- :
pie that gathered in the park  at 50
'cents a piece to be stunned with won- I
der at the might and majesty of the
cataract.    Naturally there was a public  protest,  and  many  disillusionized
sightseers    demanded    their    money
iback.    Bossy  Simms had spoiled tlie
I show for them.    "Pooh,"  they  cried,
!"this is a fake! Fourteen miles to see
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: ���
Commencing at a  post planted on
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 tl .< westerly shore of Pitt river Ip a  uortheastly   direction,  seven
thousand  eight  hundred   (7,800)   feet
I more or less to a witness post plant-
I ed 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 hun-
idred   and   fifty   feet   (350)     to     the
; said   northerly   corner    of    booming
I site,   said   point   being  two   hundred
' (200)   feet  from  low   water  mark  of
said shore;  thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet, from said low
water   mark   seven   thousand     right
hundred and thirty  (7S:'.0) 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 Xew Westminster, B. C. this 'jstu day of February,
A. li. 1910. 	
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY     AS-
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment. Roll for the year 1910 has
been returned to me, and remains in
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hall In the
said City on Monday, the 18th day of
*tpril next, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon.
Any person intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing fo be filed with the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Cierk.
r-",. ~B��. March is   1^n
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
about
Choice
Shirts!
It's Time for the Sprin. Skirta and
we're Ready for the Rush
ItseemBasthougheverymanintWs^cimty
should know about the quality of our shirts -ue
so many of them.
We've the  most refined and the blodjWMt
spring shirts that you can imagine. They re beauties.
Regular coat style, specially selected
patterns, a larger variety than you win
care to see. All new this season.
Splendid shirtmaking by a maker who
knows how to make shirts to perfection
$1.00, $1.25 to $2.25
, We have made great preparation for the men
N always depend on us for the spring shirt outfitting.
REID & CO.
chokes them up, and, so scientific investigation recently determined, destroys fish life.
Hippo  as  River Cleaner.
_ ie hippopotamus thrives on such
water plants and a few of them would
work a great change. They would he
wt Loomed in Louisana, Florida and
other Southern states.
The white rhinoceros, whose home
is in an arid an.l desert region, grows
to greal size and gets a living on land :
so poor that it will support no other ;
j mammal.     It   is  valuable  for    many ,
purposes, the hide for leather and the
flesh   for  food,  and  i:  is  cheaper  to I
raise Hum a cow."
If the hill becomes a law it will not
be the flrst experiment made by Uncle
Sam in importing foreign-born animals. Some generations ago the war
department conceived the idea of using camels for transporting troops in
the deserts of the Southwest, and so
imported a herd of camels.
Camels Scared the Bror.ks.
The soldiers did not take kindly to
the snipe of the desert, every bronco
In the country that got a glimpse of
[them  didn't   stop  short  of  the  territorial houndary, and the camels grew
homesick.    Finally  they  were mine'!
loose   and   told   to   rustle   lor   them
selves, which cheered them somewhat.
After they had stampeded a few herds
of cattle tind caused uniformed cowmen to make hasty hut  earnest  reso-
utlona  to avoid  intoxicating  drinks,
interprlslng settlers rounded them up
md peddled them out  to circuses
Hut   when  the hippo  __
and   the  others  come  over,  they   will
be given a better chance.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Joseph Storms, of
Kelsey, occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
! a small bay on west shore of Triangle
i island.    Applying for the  whoie is-
jland,   containing   40   acres,   more  or
iless, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Sim-
p,e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edwin   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Municipality   of   Surrey,   to   George
Troughten. bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and
1860.     Soon     af-   singular that certain parcel or tract
of  land  and  premises  situate,  lying
and  being  in  the  District    of    New
���Westminster, in the Province of British     Columbia.     more     particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being n portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range. 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You   and   those   claiming   through
under   you   and   all   persons   claiming    any    interest    in      the      said
land    by    virtue    of    an      unregistered      instrument,      aid    all    persons claiming any Interei t in the said
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the cialm of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of tlie service of this notice upo" ��' I.
and in default of a caveat or    Ji't I-
cate of Us pendens being filed wit'c'n
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped and
debarred from setting up any claim
to  or  ln   respect  of the   said  land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof in fee.   And I here-
Mald of tne   ��y order that publication of this no-
;.',. Coreen.   tlce tor thlrty da5's ln a daily neW9"
Mist, a tun oi a ,���-.���:.;:e"totC^1 X  pnper published in New Westminster
aTu^ffi^WortS   M.   be  good  and  sumcient    service
binson at the wheel, to escape levy,   tbereol.
suffering no injury except the loss I Dated at the Land Registry Office,
of he sinokestack which was kicked New Westminster, Province of Brit-
off by a wave Ish Columbia, this 9th day of March,
Then came' Capt.  Matthew    Webb.   A. D. 1910.
'who in 18SI5 tried to swim the rapids ^^^^^_B      C. S. KM1H
araei. For fully forty-uve minutes ;.o
stood in the stream, twenty feet or
so from the bring, and thirty-five feet
out from Pit.s,,eci Point, his hat
cocked over his ear and a cane in
his bands, this between 1:30 and 2:16
!a.m., with the tremendous beauty of
I Niagara set forth under a dazzling
; moon. He w-as arrested as he stood
I at the brink by a policeman.
Then there was .Mrs. Anna Edson
Taylor, who successfully made a tiip
over the Horseshoe fall in a barrel.
Pretty much the same liberties
have been taken with the rapids and
whirlpool. Doubtless many Indians
attempted the rapids tiip in canoes
j and doubtless some went to their
death in the journey. So there came
��� from their people extravagant tales
of its terrors.
But in 18G1 the romances received
'a severe jolt when the Maid of the
Mist, a tub of a vessel,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One. lW6 ulou ������    	
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of '      wM  kUled _ toe attempt. M
iXenla, occupation harness maker, in- fl  conjing  in contact  W tli a       '
ioi .,      Sds\o apply for permlssUmto^;(mel.gpll  rock     The   ^��J*��
ulDp0 and the rhino jdmse tho following described hnds. . fcat a,.0used brought to ��W��"
 ,.    thev   will   \      r '
V-.     wj.    ����	
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry.    John
Douglas    o :��-.y. rw'er G. Mnpf&r'. wp
BARN DOORS ON WARSHIPS.
Canadian     Inventor     Has   Plan     for
Sudden Stop of Vessels.
Washington.   April   1.���To   stop   a
10,000-ton   battleship   going    at    full
speed  within  her own  length  is the
i problem   that   lhe   navy   department
I has set for a certain Canadian inventor.   He has arrangements like barn
doors on  the  sides  Of  a ship which
he guarantees to fulfill this function.
[The department has authorized a trial
of  the  device  on  the  battleship  Indiana, off the  Deleware capes. April
17,  the  cost  to  be  defrayed  by   the
inventor.
INDIAN  DECLINES TO
DISAPPEAR  ENTIRELY
Washington,    April 1.���The Indian
has  at   least  paused  in  his  passlnf
Trom the face of the earth   if statis-
ItlcB  concerning  births
1   ���>��.*hlri1
ase tne luuunwa ����� .���	
Commencing at a post planted ln a
bay on the south shore of Pearl island, the north Island in the Indian,
group, containing 80 acres, more or
less. Applying for the whole Isiand,
which Is situated at the west end of
Vil.age island. GUY JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Eikens, of
Boone, occupation butcher, Intends to
apply for permission ot purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
west end of Cedar island, containing
40 acres, more or less. Applying for
the whole isiand, which is situated
at the west end ot Midsummer Island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
venturesome spirits, most of them I
barrel navigators, Grah..... and llaz-
lett and Potts in the vanguard. All
made the trip through the tumble of
[waters without mishap, one among
the number a woman. Sadie Allen.
About ten years after the first bar-
' rei fleet had sailed through a second
fleet came  down the  river.    Of the
score   that  entered   for honors   only
killed,  a woman  who  was
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 Lands
for a licence to prospect for coal ami
petroieum on the following described
lands:
i    Commencing at a post marked Wm.
E. Wright's southwest corner, set at
������     ...*   ��������>  nt TMstrlr.t  Lot
one   was  killed,  a  wumuu   "..��   .
suffocated in her barrel in the whirl- ,_  W��gnis ��uu.,,n���, , __.
pool through slow work on the part  the southeast corner of District Lot
of her supporters on shore,    it was ' ��   XT��� Westminster
If statis-
������d    deaths
tics  concerning  btrtns    u��
among about one-third of the Indian
population in    the    United    States,
��� �����r, nnmollrd by the
, ,.. in    tne    tn	
i which has just been compiled by the
I' oureuu of  Indian  affairs, can be ac-
I! cepted as representing general condl
"������*w 1909 then
.VF      -     .    n,,rinc 1909 there
tlons of the race.   P��"n|^g  deaths
of  her supporters uu  .>..��.*..
even declared that Thomas Kindall, a
Boston policeman, swam the rapids In
the '80s, but his right to fame has not
gone unchallenged.
The coming summer promises unusual things In Niagara feats.   There
has already been offered a purse of
.1,000 and a .500 trophy tor a fnotor
boat   race   through   the   rapids,    the
(whirlpool   and   down    to    Lewlston,
where the river broadens to a calm
commercial stream.   Fifteen adventurers have announced their intention of
trying for fame and fortune in the
race.   It is declared that a motor boat
stoutly built and having powerful engines can make the trip without mis-
--   ��_*���.. voioann. of Chicago;
souineasi wuc,   ��.	
No. 205, Group 2, New WMtaUtrtjr
District, thence east one mile thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a mile, thence south three
fourths of a mile, thence west one
fourth of a mile, thence south one
fourth of a mile to the point of com-
,menCementWILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
LAND  ACTS.
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nnd
3,178
This
shows
101 Col
Clotkers and HafcerdasWs
um
tia St
reet
were   3.M5   blrth"
among  M"J$$fa 33.4 as com
It ��a. ?r,",���?th" United Bttl"
year.
the   N.E.   corner   ui   *.^.   -���-_   ..
Hr^trce=2
SSri/to point of corn^ncem-t.
containing 300 ggUJStf*
SHERMAN H. FORD,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bontonr
occupation farmer, intends to WJT
���   8��.CD *.��� ���  vt .   ,,��� nf rhicaeo- ifor permission to purchase the 101-
at |dventure. Peter ����"?gfcgJgS_i  lowing described lands:
��  a few years ago aS&SfiB      Commencing al>a P��
March 10. 1910.
Agent  race
a few years ago wcm. ......   ....
in a small steel craft, suffering only
a wetting. The only difficulty that
threatens is official interference on
one side or the other of the river.
"There won't be anything left to
do pretty soon but swim up the fall,"
| said old  Tom Dillon,  the    dean  of
jhackmen, when told of the projected
wing described lanus:
Commencing at a pott planted lo
a small bay at N.W. coraer of Hudson
island. Applying to purchase th*
whoie Island containing If acres,
more or less, and ls situated southwest of Mars Island.
SHERMAN a FORD.
March 10, 1*16. Agent
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
T      :: NOTIi E ��� n ap] ication
>. tei the Corpor-
atfoi -
Bui rey as thi
d-i  . el : Reeve
..: ��� i oj Corj ol    he
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< the Township oi   Dis
trict of fi ���
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all i certain ]
or i,
lyll
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1 ly know
: ��� ....
bIob - 'on        block
2 west; lot j > 17,
Incl ....
16, bl        "   '
18 block 11
. oa  4, tov. ���
lol ���'���   23  ' f
5,  north   range
I 23,
.
2 I - 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, 1           ; ' :           ��� ��� ��� I]   -
2 1 block 14 ol
easl
lot  5 of I
lol - i, group 2
lots 21, 2: quart
er   t nshlp 9; lots  li   I
bh> ;   2 of southi ���   tei
i,   u   :   :.ip  9;   lot  22,  block   16   of
som'.        i uarte'r section 4. township
9. map 519;  lot 23   bl( ch 16 ol
easl q larter section 4 township 9.
Y i. and ' i (aiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any Interest in the t ild land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and ��� ns claiming any Inti re '
in the said land by descent, whose
title Is noi registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act."
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day ot the flrsl publication of this notice upon you. and
in default of a caveat or certificate
of lis pendens being filed within such
pe ��� . I, or in default of redemption
i)'- >re registration, you and each of
you will be forever estopped and de-
barred from setting up any claim to
or in respeci of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof in fee. And I hereby
order that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published In New Westminster will
be good and sufficient, service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
N�� ������'������ Westminster, Province of British
Col in bia, this 29th day of March, a.
D., 1910.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar,
To David Miller. William A. McCal-
lam. Angus Mclnnes, T. ';. Stark, Willi.'!. Davis Henry Fraser, Henry
Kelts, Harold Ponsford, Allen Bpie .-.
Oeorj e St< ne Robert Lyness, Margaret G, Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
ilosi. ��� . .. i . ',. Crc ley, John E.
Hunter.
Comox  Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Charles William
Pri 'on, of Madrid, occupation barter intends to apply foi permission
to purchase the following described
land
Comn encing at a post planted at
the west end of Aid i island, the
lar. e-> j. iand in the Caiey group, containing 10 acres, more or iess. Applying f >r the whole island, which Is
situated near the west end of Tumour island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN 11. FORD,
March Jf. 1 .10. Aeep*
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice, District of New West-
minster.
Take notice thai John Fecdlnand
Baggi, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing al a posi planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37:;n, ahout one mile northeast or
he-id of BliUngs Bay, thence north
40 chalni to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 100
acn ��� more or less.
rOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Nana   of Applicant.
Hue.I at Nelson Island, Ii C, De-
cember 29, 1009.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster
Take roih-e thai Alexander .McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands;
Commencing at a  posi  planti d at
the southeast point of the island situate about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. 88733, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore al low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four   acres,   more   or   Ichs.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March  17,   1910,
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Peterson, of
Vancouver,  occupation   carpenter,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. cottier of T.L. 251SG, on Midsummer Island, thence following said
iine of T.L. south, west and north to
tho shore; thence following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly and westerly to point of commencement; containing 800 acres,
more or less.
JOHN  PETERSON.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March 10, 1��10 Agpnt.
15
BIG HAILROAD HEN
lndokse mm of un.
money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you de]   -        m  m< ney for
safety in Tl e Bank of Toi onto
���   safe while you !
it, and ready when you need It,
' il  will be
AllTheTime
earning for yo-: three per cent.     |
inf rest    Small  or large sur.-^s
may be deposited at any time.
Influence  for  Good  of   Institution   Is
Recognized hy Largest Employers of Labor.
NEH DISCOVERY PROMISES
REVOLUTION i:> Sl'HGEOl
s   Doth   Painless  ar.d  Blood-
���ss Under New Met I  Pro-
;     b       b Anaesthesia.
C.  P.  R.  IS  SELLING
MUCH   LAND AT  COMOX
30
in   Ontario
BRANCHE
Quebec
West
3
and   the
CAPITAL
REST
$4,000,000
4.75C.000
iaiofloroio
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.    C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
The ���   '        ���-��� ���-    ;  the
Christian  at it
.   dej art!
placing under thi
.......
.   en I
:   the  road  away  from
would, otherv Ise,  he sub-
the tei d influ
.   the  kind
i pal onize
t and mi
lid afford  ro  pay.
:    ���    ends  ������ '.-��� mbers thi   i p-
: ement, for
Ing betti       ei es ph;
'���   ���  Hy,
eal
eati
���
In .  '   ��� :
���   ' .
.r road d*
...���        of the
g Men's i
i ;. v h pren ... i paid towai d U
.  ��� xpenditures for
nal ii   irl      ind damage I
��� ���:���;. .- ire to arl     when an empl
I  coi lition  is  not     what    ii
Id be, by reason of lack of j
11    I] 'tion.
GEORGE M. HAYS,
Manager, G.T.P.  Railway.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
(Bee   Phone 185.      Barn   Phone  \a
Columbia   Street
f'ag-.:*-.<.    delivered    promptly    to
any  .art of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
QKFICE--TPAM   DBPOl
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market;
BOWELL & ODDY
araej    ::<htB Bt. and    FlftH Areas*
��HuNE    t.C
The  Young  Men's Christian  a  -    -
my full sympathy In I    ;
(fujjrts   to   reknove   temptation   from
young   .  'n   by   placing   within   their
'    ch   the   means   whereby   they  can
influence  their  minds    and    benefit
th<ir  bodies  by  healthy associations.
A  healthy  mind and body  is a safe-
Iguard against a vicious and immoral
.life.
WILLIAM WHYTE,
Second  Viee-Prfs.   C.P.R.
OFFICERS ELECTED AT
C.L.A.  ANNUAL   MEETING
Estii lates Given.
Phone 567.
J. NEWSOME ft SOW
PAINTERS,   PAPER-HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
_'.:]; Sixth avenue, between Second :'v-
enue and Thii i streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER       - B.C.
THE   STEAMER
TRANSFE
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
Toronto, April 1.���The council of
the Canadian Lacrosse association
met previous to the general convention at the Labor Temple last week
and disposed of several financial dis-
agreements among clubs. Brampton
was awarded the Wood bridge bond,
and Woodbridge was suspended until
the amount Is paid. Accounts from
Brampton against MaiUands, and that
from MaiUands against the Kims was
referred to the incoming executive.
J. K. Forsyth of this city def<" ted
Blaney McGulre, of Orangevllle, by 74
to 56 tor the first vice-presidency, and
Or. McCibbon. of Bracebrldge beaded
the poll for the council. The other
offices had been Oiled by acclomation,
and the roll for this Beason Is: Hon-
trary president, T, F. Doyle, Newmar-
; el president, Oscar 1'. Eby, He ipe-
ler; first vice-pi dei I J. K. Forsyth,
Toronl cond   vlci president, J. J.
Brai tfoi :     lecn tary treasurer
W. II. Hall, Toronto.
Council���Dr. P. D. McGlbl   Braci -
bridge, 79 Joseph A. Ih vltt, Guelph,
72; T. E Bell, Br idfot 69; Dr. \V.
A. Grove Pei is, 55; Arthur E.
Rankin, Owen Sound. 62; Thomas .1.
Mackie, Brampton, 50; Ernie 1
Toronto. 46; D. McMillan B er-
ton,  15.
In    ' 11
It ���   ��� ������
made of I
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I
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delicate operatl        1    :
ed, hi brain
t of l
.
solutely no dl - tient
% It all 1
1
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li
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If tbe )    lent fl
ion.
1 ���       1 wll
thi
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��� 1 ��� :���    I
���    ���
��� : tant, and rad
���   old  way. 1    ���
nt can bi . fu
: . iatetly after the
eration.
It differs materially from the    re-
ly-tried   conscious anaesthesia of
Dr. Jonesco.
mi thod consists of an in j. cti n
of   a   sol:, ii ::    ol adl ���	
and sail solution beneath the \
, a delicate membrane  covering
the hones of the body.
The doctor's discovery I b a demonstrated and accepted at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Thi patient was a woman forty years
of age, who was admitted to the hospital for the removal of the ossicles
of the ear. a patrlcularly trying and
delicate operation. Dr. E. A. Crockett, a Boston aurist, performed the
operation, after Dr. Hurley had anaesthetized. The operation w 3 absolutely painless and bloi L'.es y the
I doctors.
April   L���J.    ..,  . . , 1
Is  well  known  in   this
n one or two 0 ....
��� ��������� '��� islness, has jusi re-
trned
���"���'-'���'-'    l"; '^ley.    He    reports
'���'���   thai   part  o,   the
:      Real estate i
���        '  ��� of 1
re reaching ou
J  In     .. m
;iug citi
C. !'. R. ba. Bold-all tin .
Comox    and  Cam]
rivei.        .     Mr.   Andei:. u.     "i ���.
tusual di ii. md foi fai m
ing properties rec ntly and -
11 lookli     :
: the ad', ent of tin
Mr. Audeituu says thai Cumberland
be   pi is] erity.     The
e woi ilai ly and there
I  ol  hi isi     In  the
j town.
Mr.  Andei ton inti nds to spi nd    a
��� time [n
Pennsj Ivani t. v. here    he
I   visit   his son and  I xo bro
e   it   ts   ver] le   he
Old Country.
|s*T
8
Now isi    time
to Kodak,
supi.
Camer
as and P^
Supplies
Chea] ���
in the ci
Spectacles 50
;$
D. S. Curtis &
druggists!
HEADQUARTERS F   = K0dJ
AND  SUPP^ ES.
DO YOU KNOW
s   ne ��� ��� 1 de do not
Tbat   we  are
The   Sherwin  Williams
Co's Agents
So if you  want  to  ki
ahout their products call
at
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Columbia Street
FAMOUS  GUIDE   ulAu,
Was     Discoverer  of   Great     Redwood
Grove   at   Mariposa,  California.
New   Vork, April   1.���Galen   Clarke,
:who died in Oakland, Cal., on Thursday night ;it the home of his daughter, Mrs   K'-itv Lee, has been known
;f>- the lest half century to almost
every toniist who has visited the Yo-
isemlte Valley.   It was Galen Clarke,
!who while on a hunting trip in 1857
discovered the great Redwood grove
at .Mariposa,    Soon after that  Clarki
[ devoted much of his time to exploring
the upp( r heights of the Sierra Nevada mountains nnd made known to
the world much of the beauties and
wonders of the big tree groves of the
Yosemite. For the past twenty
years Clarke has Berved as guardian
of the valley, pari of thai time under
the S'ate and later under the Federal government, since the keeping
of the park has been undertaken by
the  l'nited  States.
Clarke was born in  Dublin, N.  II..
ninety-six 5 ears ago.
��� ��������
g
I��
Wfefwiss
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    $7 per  bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..��6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR    $4.50 per Bhi
McQuarrie & Co.-
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  6TREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 33],
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
ADVERTISE   IN  THE
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
TENDERS   FOR   SUPPLIES.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, tit .N'ew Westminster,
li. (.'., and emloisod on the envelope
"Tinder for Supplies" will be received
Up to noon of Monday, J lib day of
April, 1910, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and
Coal, required for the use of the Department of Public Works at Now
Westminster, li. C��� until .March 31,
1911,
The supplies furnished must be of
the besl quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in the f"rm of Tender.
The Department reserves the rl^ht.
to  accepl   the   whole   or   part   Of  any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may he obtained
at the ollice of the Resident Engineer,
Department   of   I'ubllc   Works,     New
Westminster, B, C.
The lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted,
0. A. KEEPER,
Resident Engineer.
Department  of   Public   Works.  New
Westminster,   B,   C.   24th   March,
1910.
Newspapers Inserting this adver-
I tisi'iiyont wit'101K authority will not
I be pud for It.
CIALS
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
I    Take notice that Alven llouchen, of
; Iowa, occupation  farmer,  Intends  to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on lhe south Rhore ofl
Hazel Island, at the S.IO. point of Har-
bledown Island, containing 20 acres,
more or iess. Applying for the whole
Island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10. 1910 Agent.
10 acres, improved, close in, for today
only at $.350 per acre.
11 acres in South Westminster, right on the
tram at $900.
6 acres at $550 per acre. This is worth
$1000 per acre.
80 acres in Section 34, N. E. 1-4 at $250.
Two 4 acre tracts in Lot 5, right beside B.
C. E. R. New Shops and Freight Sheds. The
price is right.   See us to-day.
CITY
PROPERTY
Lot on Carnarvon, near 4th, north side, 66 x
132, cleared, only $3000.
3 large lots cbss to r jw school at Sapperton
for $350 each for a few (I vs.
5 roomed house on 5 leared lots, containing
two corners on 1st street, J1800.
Some Splendid
Burnaby Propositions
Accident Insurance
Live Stock Insurance
Kellington Brothers
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
r.^ TT-ur-trvfty ^mytyw��� -*,-?*; :��� 7-;" .Tm~^Wm*&��^}T*Bm^^
rr IK.'li^^WII'WPI'MI'��iff ** **"��� JRDAY. APRIL 2, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE ELEVEN.
CHURCH
SERVICES I
"""""""���   " ���     ���,������, .,'���'.. y
(Changes for this column must   be
���; eleph mea to, this office by
' l'-1"   on  . .  . The omission oi
mj church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy lias been turned
In by the pastor or other responsiblia
tarty.)
Ett-a_?.___ll'J__lZ
Lacrosse
Goods
Baseball Goods
Fishi
1
MARTYR   TO   HIS   FAITH.
to
Ul HAS
OF
ROUSED   THE
THE   WHOLE
"Do vou really think" one housewife will say to another
new f'i.ur can be better than the fldur we are using? "
Mailm, there is no doubt about it.
But there ti just one way you can he convinced.   You must use
ii yourself.
Our claims will not satisfy you, but we backup our claims In such
��� vay that you will lose nothing by trying Robin Hood.
your grocer will tc" y��u aoout our guarantee which gives you
*LBi       r'HaA Egfe.'.-"*���.^SP3?.'
k>k;m_�� -45 ���+>������:>:���, .   ,^:#.>^^x^^&j;;^
.,Jti/n
TTrT
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IcAdam  &  Irwin
SUCCESSORS TO PACIFIC REALTY
IEAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
���Nt* Westminster  B. C.
Office:   744   Columbia  St.
FOR SALE
I
|1:. ';'.��� ������.:.   y   . ubdi\ i.simi,   No.   1    block,   small   house,   woodshed
W icre cleared; 2-4 of an   acre   slashed;   convenient,   to
|V.'..v Price $1150 per acre; 1-3 cash; balance 8 and 12 months.
...    proved Murk In Kennedy subdivision at $
HA caiV, \_i&nce t'> and 12 months,
and
per acre;
'��� acres w     Whonnock  overlooking the Fraser river: all cleared
It; 5-room bouse,  barn  and  Btable;  chicken  house
to i'. P. U. Btatlon;  public wharf and school.   Only
balance 6 and   12 months.
Sunday,  April  3.
HOLY TRINITY���Rev. G. C. D'oa-
sum, rector. Celebration oi Holy Com-
imunlon at 8 a. tn.; Matins and Holy
Communion and sermon tit ll a. in.;
Sunday school al 2:30 p. in.;- Evensong and sermon al V p, m.
HT. PAUL'S REfrORMEU EPISCOPAL���-Rev. A. deli. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion lirst Sunday In the month attar morning service.    Prayer meetlp.g
on Thursday at 7:30 p. tn.   Morning:
"The   Disciples'   Retirement,  Waiting
" ir the Master."
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
J, S.  Henderson,    pastor,    Sei
vices ll  a.m. and   7    p.m.    Sabbath
���school    and    Bible    cus.s  2:30    p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
I)., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p. m. Evening: "Called Christians."
QUEEN'S AY K.N I'l-: MJSTHOD1ST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, pastor. Services al 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 2:30 p, m. Evening:
"The Ten Commandments in 1910."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. P. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. aud ^
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Evening: "The Power of the Gospel."
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M. A-,
minister. Public worship: Morning,
Holy Communion, 11 a. m.; evening,
7 p. m. Bible class and Sabbat.i
school, 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., Tuesday, 8 l). in.; prayer meeting.
ST. MARY'S. SAPPERTON���Holy
communion., 8:30 a. m.; evensong and
sermon, 7 p. in.. Preacher, Rev. C.
Leonard.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev.
Janvos Calvert, D.D., pastor.���Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; Epworth League Monday
at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Re>v
Ik.  D.   Braden,   pastor.      Services  at
11 a.m. aud 7 p.m;  Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth league ou Monday
at 8 p. m.
SALVATION ARMY���Services will
be conducted in the S. A. barracks
on Sunday as follows: 10 a. m., Sunday-school; 11 a. m., service; 3 p
Buy Early while
Stock is Complete
665���-Columbia Street-���665
.     New Westminster, B. C.     ���
A. SPECK'S
SPECIALS
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New   and    Second-Hind    Furniture   Bought  and   Sold
Agents   for   Baynes'    Carriages
and   Capital   Milk   Separators
Second Hnnd     Bicycles
$10   to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
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Front Street
Phone 275
Turk,      Injured   by     Train,     Eled
Death  at  Cleveland.
Cleveland, Ohio, April L���Twenty
Turks gathered in a remote comer el
Harvard Grove cemetery here this afternoon aboul ti newly-made grave of
their fellow-countryman, Michael Allien, ami there solemnly interred the
body in accordance with the rites ol
the Mohammedan religion. The party wore the TurkiBh headdress tind
one nf the members acted as prleBt,
reading selections from the Koran and
Offi ring  up Strange  prayers to  Allah.
Arlicll was run over by a I rain yesterday, one arm and a leg bt Ing ci ui tied. At the hospital the doctors told
lhe injured man that his only hope
in life lay In amputation of the injured  limbs.
But Arllch's religions was more to
Mm than life. He had been taught
that    no    heaven    existed    [or   dislneii-
bered bodies, and as he positively refused to permit the operation to be
performed he hied to death In a few
' hoars,
Mohammedan funeral rites are a
necessary prerequisite to everlasting
life, one of the parties explained, and
much care was taken in arranging
the  body of  Arlich for the tomb.
First, the corpse was washed by
Mohammedan hands only, tor Christian bauds must not be allowed to
touch the Mohammedan dead. The
body was not only washed, it was
scrubbed, and Arllch's corpse underwent   this   process   for     nearly     two
'hours. The body was then spirally
wrapped in mummy fashion from head
to foot in thin cloth.
;     Alter the deceased bad been struck
I three times upon the bead with a
hammer and asked  certain questions
'concerning his conduct, through life,
the coffin was closed and lowered Into
the grave. Great, care was displayed
n seeing that the face of the dead
4} man was turned towards Mecca. So
that there could be no mistake in this
th�� priest carried a. compass. Then,
to keep thi' travelling soul from becoming thirsty, a glass of water was
poured slowly over the mound of
earth, starting at the head and finishing at the feet. This latter ceremony
will ho repeated every day for seven
days, after which time the soul is
presumed to have departed from the
body.
ITINEKAHY OF WALES ON
VISIT TO SOUTH AFRICA
Departure Will Be About End of August���Parliament to Open at
End  of T^ur.
Th
cl
Prince of
" Informal
a    regard-
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X ir
London,
Wales bus tevened
pro. lam   fioie   South   .
Ing  the  forthcoming  Royal  visit, and
in due couif.e the  main features will
receive his Rcjal Highness' attention.
in the meantime it Is understood
that until alter the receipt of an invitation from the Union government
no details ,. the tour will be arranged. When these have received the
Royal approval the completed program will be communicated to the
Union governmenl through the new
governor gem nil. At the same time
ii may be regarded as certain that the
Prince will sanction the following
main features of the visit.
The Prince and Princess will go to
South Africa by the West t'oast route
in a chartered liner, either in the
new Unlon-CaBtle mail boat Balmoral
Castle, or, noi Improbably, In a smaller vessel like the Kinfauns Castle.
The vessel selected will be accompanied bj  an escort  of warships.
The departure from England will
be towards the end of August, and the
port of debarkation will be Durban.
The capitals of Rhodesia will be visited, and probably there will be a visit
to the Victoria Kails. Tbe first Union
parliament will be opened at the end
of the tour, immediately before the
departure of the Prince and Princess
tor England.
$50,000 JOBS  HINGE
ON TOSS OF A COIN
COURT FINDS PASTOR
GUILTY   OF   CONTEMPT
New Haven, Conn., April 1.���The
Rev. Dr. Ernest L. Wismer, pastor of
the Davenport Avenue Congregation-  ��nid Mullln, as be tossed the coin in
Jersey City, N..T., April t.���When
bids for street improvements were
opened in the office of the board of
street and water commissioners in
Jersey City yesterday It was found
that tho firm of Van Keuren & Sons
and E. M. Mullln & Co.. the lowest
hlddors, were tied on two contracts.
"Let's  toss   a   coin."   said   Mullin.
"I'll go you," said Van Keuren.
Van Keuren flipped a coin in the
air.
"Heads." said Mullin. nnd heads it.
was.    Mullin got the first contract.
"Now here It goes for the other,"
1 church, has been declared in contempt of the common pleas court here
j for writing a letter to a juror, BJlbert
M. Rose, of North Branford, criticising   Rose  for  acquiting   Albert   Holl-
|worth, a saloonkeeper, on charges of
! violation   of the  excise  laws.     Rose  contract
! was formerly a member of  Dr. Wls-
mer's congregation.
I    Judge Wolfe gave the clergyman a
i sharp rebuke for  "meddling,'  declaring that his criticism was a "threat
land a species of intimidation."
the air.
"Tails," said Van Keuren. The tail
end of the coin showed as it rested
on the floor. Van Keuren got the
second contract.
About $2n,(ino was Involved in each
RAVAGES   OF   ABSINTHE.
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'STANDARD OIL FORTUNE
SWORN  OFF TAX  LISTS
New   York.   April   L���At  the   ollice
'of the board of taxes and assessment.
yesterday.    11.  II.  Rogers, son of the
late  II.  H.  Rogers.  Standard  Oil mil-
m
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A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whose aroma is fragrant and appetizing, a chop or steak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such as we prepare, to tempt >'mir
appetite these cold mornings, Is what
you need. We can tempt the palate
ot an anchorite.
KENNY'S
COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM OFFICE.
739
GILLEY BROS
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will lie glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about tlie same
result���good coal In your
lar at short notice. Also, our
phone Is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here ls crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
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enrollment   of   recruits;    7:30   P
service.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL^-!
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Love feast, 10
a.m. Preaching. 11 a.m.; Sunday
school. 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.,
MidWM-k prayer meeting, Thursday,
7- 4", pa Holiness meeting Tuesday
at 7:45 p.m. T H. Marsh, pastor,
718 Queen's avenue.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
CHURCH���Benjamin Sand, pastor.
Sun-lay service 11 a. m. in the 1. O'.
O.  F. hall.
COLL1NGWOOD METHODIST -
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Bun-
day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m.   Rev W. Ewart Jones,
i
(pastor.) i
BURNABY MISSION-Pastor, Rev.
Frederick    Carpenter.     Services   as,
follows:       East    Burnaby.     Sundaj
���cliool at 2 o'clock; preaching lemce
at 3 p.m-;  young peoples service ,u
7-30 p.m. Thursday, prayer service a  i
8 pm  West Burnaby, Sunday school ���
at 2:30 and preaching at 7:80.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER  METHO-1
DIST  MISSION���ReT. Henry
pastor.      Sunday   scliool     al
Church service at 11 am-
CHURCH OF CHRIST-306 Durham, Madison Wright, preacher. Sunday services. 11 a.m. and , P tn.
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
lospltal street: Sunday
2:30 p. m.; service at
Grieve, pastor.
GOSPEL    HALL,  corner    Of Sixth
avenue  and   Ninth  street
T  J  Rouse wil. preach at 7 p. m
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
lionaire. swore off a $16,000,000 assessment levied against his father's
estate on the personal tax rolls of
the department. He declared that the
bulk of the estate Invested In stocks
and bonds exempt from taxation.
Cause of Decrease in Birth Rate
and   Degeneracy   in   France.
Paris, April 1.���Major Henri Robert, in the course of an address on
alcoholism, and especially on the
abuse of absinthe, spoke in moving
terms of tho terrible ravages caused
by the "green demon."
The drink curse was. he declared,
the direct cause of the decrease in the
birth rate and of the physical and
moral degeneracy observable in the
race. In the most contaminated districts the recruiting counsels had to
refuse ns many as fifty per eent of
the young men called to serve with
tho colors.
Manufactured by
I. HENLEY /V"*     l   nr""*"""^
I Joseph 1 ravers
NEW
Telephone 13.
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Office. Eighth St.
THE MEALS AT THE
Lytton Hotel
are prepared by expert white
cooks ln the cleanest and most
sanitary   kitchen  in  the  city.
21-MEAL   TICKET   $4.50
Digby Electric Works
l
Wilson,
10 a.m.
school   at
p. in.   Andrew
ei
Evangelist
ern Crown Bank
ORIGINAL
-LITTLE EVA-
LIVING IN  BAY STATE
Ai%
Paid
oruf'd Capital    $6,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
~ ���   Sir
D.   H.    McMillan,
UP Capital    52,1
President
K.C.M.G.,
200,000  | | Qenera, Mnnage,���R. Campbell.
s of Exchange, Drafts and Orders on all Coun-
tries bought and sold.
Canadian Bankers' Association  Money   Orders
sold.
Sections made in all parts of Canada, and in
foreign countries.
$1.00 OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
H*WKSH AW
Manager
New Westminster  Branch
Cambridge, Mass.. Ap Lr-Thi���original Little Eva, of "Uncle Toms
Ca In " resides In this city, hale and
hearty a the age of 62. Mrs. Cordel-
la McDonald, who claims the honor
of having created the little heroine
of Mrs Stowe's book, is an unusually at t, art ive woman for her age. Mrs
McDonald began her stage career at
,l,0 ,1B,. of four and retired when she
was twelve.
"My   father   first   produced
Tom's Cabin,' " she said
manager of the Troy museum   Troy
N.H, and staged the production hto
self, playing tbe part o St. Cla r. The
rest of the cast consisted of our tarn
ly" and some friends. My mot he,
played Topsy and 1 was cast as Bva,
I
The man who wires your house places
everything electrically nt your command. So place your orders with
us at once.
Columbia  St. Opp. Tram Office
Phone No. 304
I
'Uncle
"He was thc
I HARRIS & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary
Closet
Hall and Lavery Block
Rentals, Real Estate
and Farm Produce
Phone���Office 304, House A6U
767 Columbia Street New Westminster, B�� C.
8 Full Size Lots
In Burnaby, beside cannery, all cleared, price
$2250, 1-3 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
2 Lots on Edinburgh Street
near 12th street, all cleared, $1250 for the two,
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
7 Roomed House and Two
Full Size Lots
for $2800, on easy terms, close to car line.
6 Room Modern House
on 5th avenue, price $2350, $60o cash, balance
to arrange.
5 Room Cottage
on 6th avenue, lot all cleared, price $1700, on
very easy terms.
W
TO RENT
2 Modern Houses Close to City
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SATURDAY. APR|L 2
19iQ
There are Hundreds of Chances in
This Most Promising City to Make
Big Money in  the  Next   Year-
HERE  ARE  A  FEW:
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Fourth Street lot near Sixth Avenue; close to car line; easily
cleared; $7uu; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
2 Fifth Avenue lots close to Queens
Park; all cleared; $1,000 each; 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Corner lot on Fifth Avenue facing
directlj 'ii ear line; $2,400; $800 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
7 Lots on Fifth avenue near Sixteenth facing on ear line; $2,400 each;
$800 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Fifth Avenue lot near Twelfth St.;
car line, fine view, facing south, all
cleared; $1,050; 1-3 cash, balance 6
and  1- months.
Fifth Avenue lot. 41 1-2x122, all
cleared and ploughed, $800; 1-0 cash,
balance 6 and  12 months;   line  view.
Seventh Street lot; excellent view;
one block from car line; $1,000; 1-3
cash,  balance 6 and  12 months.
Lilley Street lot near Moody's
Square.   Price $1,000; terms arranged.
Sixth Avenue corner lot; fine view;
all cleared; $1,500; terms 1-2 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Sixth Avenue lot between Second
and Third, $84o; 1-4 cash, balance 2, 6,
and "J months.
Sixtli Street lot on car line; below
Fifth; 60x122; all cleared; $1,200;
$500 cash, balance 6 and  12  months.
Seventh Avenue lot; fine building
site; facing south; easily cleared;
$750.
Hamilton Street lot close to car
line, 66x132 feet; $700; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Double corner; Fourth Street; close
to car line; all cleared and fenced;
$1,680.
Seventh Avenue lot near Fifth St.;
60x140; good view; easily cleared;
$840.
Seventh Avenue lot facing south;
close to car line; price $700; 1-4 cash,
balance �� and 1- months.
Seventh Avenue lot near Sixth St.
ear   line; good   view,   facing   south;
$735; 1-3 cash; balance tl and 12
months.
2 Eighth Avenue lots, near Fourteenth Street; easily cleared; $<i00
each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Double corner on Eleventh Street
near ear line;  easily cleared;  $1,200.
1 Acre on Eighth Avenue; easily
cleared; $2,500; 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
2 Lots���One facing on Eighth St.,
the other on Hamilton; all cleared
and close to ear line; fine view;
$1,750; $600 cash, balance 6 nnd 12
months,
Eighth Street lot below Fourth Avenue; nil cleared; $900; 1-8 cash,
balance  6 and  12  months.
3 Lotl on Eighth Street and Hamilton; inside lots, $700 each; corner,
$800;     1-3  cash,   balance   8   and   12
months.
("orner lot on Fife and Gloucester
Streets; all cleared and fenced. Price
$6,000; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9
months. This lot contains over 11-4
acres.
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Columbia Street lot; 33 ft. frontage
by 132; price $15,000; runs back to
Front Street.
Columbia   st.eet   l|Ot;   66x66   feet;
price $12,500:   $4, 1  cash, balance  6
and  12  months.
Tenth Street lot; all cleared; excellent view; $3,600; 1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and !> months,
2  Royal   Avenue  lots;   all  cleared;
$8, ;   $3,000 cash, balance 6, 12,  18
and 24 months.
Royal Avenue lot; all cleared;
price $2,inn; 1-3 cash, balance 6, 12
and IS months.
Royal Avenue lot; on car line:
price $750; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
Royal Avenue lot: on carline: price
$3.5(in; 1-3 cash, balance 6 anl 12
months.
Agnes Street lot; all cleared; price
$2.iion; $800 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Carnarvon Street lot: a corner;
price $5,000; 1-2 cash, balance 6. 12,
18 and 24 months.
2 Lots on Twelfth Street and
Queens Avenue; all cleared; offers
solicited; containing over one acre
each.
Double corner on First Street and
Fifth Avenue; all cleared: fine view.
$1,500 each; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12  months.    Opposite  Queens  Park.
Dublin Street lot; all cleared: good
view; $630; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and
12 months.
5 Lots on Edinburgh Street, with
double corner on First Street; 2 lots
cleared; small 5-room house; $l,ti0();
1-3 cash.
1 Corner Lor, on St. Patrick nnd
Second: all cleared: price $1,500;
1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
3 Lots on Eleventh Street and Third
Avenue; all cleared; facing south;
$6,000; 1-3 cash, balance (1, 12 and 18
months.
Lot between Third Avenue and
Queents; 66x90; $750; 1-3 cash, balance arranged.      All cleared.
2 Lots facing on Fourth Street
above Seventh Avenue; all cleared,
ploughed and fenced; close to car
line;  $1,300;  $535 cash.
2 Fourth Street lots; close to car
line just above Eighth Avenue; 60x
132; all cleared; $350 each; 1-4 cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months.
2 Fourth Street lots; corner of
Durham; all cleared; close to ear line;
$1,400;   1-3   cash,   balance   C   and   12
months. ���_ \
2 Fourth Avenue lots: all cleared;
jusi above Third Avenue; $050 each:
1-4 cash, balance (1 and 12 months.
2 Fourttb Avenue lots; all cleared;
fine view over Queens Park; 66x132
each; $1,800 each; 1-3 cash, balance
6 and 12  months.
2 Fourth Avenue lots; both on corners; all cleared; $1,200 each; 1-3,
cash, balance G and 12 months.
Double corner on Fourth Avenue;
good   view;   all   cleared;   $2,000.
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Fifth Street; lot above Sixth Avenue; close to car line; $760; 1-1 cash.
balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Fifth Street lots above Third
Avenue: good view; near corner:
$3,750; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
2 Fifth Streets lets above Sixth
Avenue; close to car line: $800 each;
1-4 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Corner lot on Ninth Street; excellent    view;    easily   cleared;    $1,200;
1-4 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
2 Tenth Avenue lots near Eleventh
Street; close to car line; all cleared;
$500 each.
2 Tenth Avenue lots, one a corner,
all fencod and cleared; $125 for inside and $450 for corner.
3 Lots on Tenth Avenue; easily
cleared; $1,475; 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
1 Acre nnd fraction, cleared, on
Royal Avenue and Eleventh Street:
$20,000.    Terms arranged.
Rlock on Eleventh Street with
frontage on two other streets: surrounded by factories: cleared: $17,500.
Terms arranged.
Klock on Twelfth Street; excellent
manufacturing site; all cleared;
$50,000.   Terms to arrange.
3 Twelfth Street lots facing on car
line; with good view; $soo each: $20n
cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
Corner lot on Twelfth Street; close
in: all cleared with excellent view;
$1,400; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
Hamilton St. lot, close to Twelfth
St. car line; facing south: $050; 1-2
cash, balance 6 and  12 months.
Nanaimo Street lot. near Fourteenth,
very easily cleared. $675; 1-2 cash.
balance 6. 12 and IS months.
2 Lots on Durham Street near
Fourth Street; full size; partly cleared: $1,300; 1-3 cash, balance' 6 and
12   months.
Princess Street lot near Sixth
Street; facing south; full size; price
$81(1; terms 1-2 cash, balance 3, 0 and
fl months.
2 Princess Street lots close to the
Sixth Streel ear line; size 41x132
each; facing south; $525 each; 1-3
cash;  balance 6 and 12 months.
Nanaimo Street: lot; a corner; excellent view: $1,200; 1.3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Nanaimo Street, let; good view,
facing south; all cleared; $750; 1-3
cash, balance 6 and 12 nionlhs.
P.elmont Street bit near Sixth St.
car line; all cleared: $1,200; 1-2 cash,
balance 6 and  12 months.
Hamilton street lot near Twelfth
Street; close to car line; good view;
close to school: $960; $l<in cash, balance 6 and   12  months.
st. Patrick Btreel; lot near Queens
Park:   facing south;   all   cleared:   full
size:   $l,0iiil; 1-3  cash,  balance  <; and
12 nionlhs.
Hamilton  St.   Im near  Twelfth   St.;
close  tn car  line; lane nl   the  back;
$825;     1-2    cash, balance  6   and   12
months.
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Dublin   Street    lot   near   Tenth   S: .
easily cleared:  close to car lini
1-3   cash,   balance   1;   and   1:   i:.  ���
2 Fiist Stre< t lots; $1,400; ].?,
cash,   balance  6  and   12   montl
Dublin  Streel   lot  with  gee,!
of   river;    lane   ar   back   of  lm
1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months,
2  Ottawa Street  lots;   supe ;     li
of   river:   very   easily   cleared
each;    1-3   cash,    balance   .;   and   12
nionlhs.
Toronto  Street;   lot;   eh ared
I-.", cash, balance 6 and  12  i
London   Street;    lot   tear   Twelfth
St t   car  line;   $500;   $200
anee 6 and 12 months.
2 London Street lots clo-. lo , u
lim- and Bchool; $660; terms i i inged.
Easily cleared.
London Street; lot near bi nd
car    line;   facing   south;    $]
cash, balance 6. 12 and  is months
London Street; lot near Tenth St.;
close  to  car  line,  school,  etc
1-4 cash, balance 3, 6 and 9 I l  Dl
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W. J. KERR
614 Columbia Street
Sapperton
Elmer Street: lot facing Bouth; til
cleared; splendid view; $600; !���>'
cash,  balance 6  aud   12  moms
Uurnaby  Street;   lot   near  new cm
line:   excellent   view;   $250;   1
balance over two  years.
6 Lots just below Columbia Street;
ClOBe   to   public   school;    close   '
fine;   $55(1 each:   1-3  cash,  balanci
12 and 18 months.
2  Alberta   Streel   lots;   close  to
line; all cleared:  $350 each:  $85 ca
balance 6. 12 and IS months.
Double corner on Richmond Streel.
excellent view; $500 for both; 1-3
cash,   balance  6  and   12 nionlhs.
1 Lot; just above Eighth Avenue
in front of reservoir; $400; l-i cash.
balance 3, 6 and  il months.
2 Amess Street lots: facing south
with good view; close to n#w cutoff:
$800; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
2 Hospital Street lots; close to
car line, with excellent view; 33x123
each; $375 each.
4 Buchanan Street lots, 33x132 ft:
with excellent \ lew and close to car
line; $300 each.
Sheibrook Street; 2 lids with excel-
lent view; close to car line; size 33x
132;  $325.
Sherbrook Street; lots close to car
line; with excellent view; 83x132
feet; $400.
Carroll Street; lol all cleared and
fenced; $600; 1-3 cash, balance 6 and
12  months.
2 Simpson Street lots; close (o car
line; $1,800; 1-3 cash, balance 6. 12
and IS months.
2 McDougall Street lots with good
view and near new school; $225
ouch; 1-4 cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months.
McDougall Street lot near new
school; price $225; 1-4 cash, balance
6, 12 nnd IS months.
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