BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Mar 22, 1910

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0317405.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0317405.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0317405-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0317405-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0317405-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0317405-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0317405-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0317405-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0317405-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0317405.ris

Full Text

 INSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
LIFE
ASSURANCt
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.
Tl" ESDAY  MORNING, MARCH 22, l!<lu
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
LIMITS MAY
Bt EXTENDED SOON
frnan Gray Makes Sug-
^0n-Routine Business
' short Council Session
., ���r iMin held the short
I?""! ito history last night
Ifjhnston   moving   the
�����'" ,,,.,!>  9:30 p. in.
few icports, small
SUPERINTENDENT 5T0TT
TENSERS BIS RESIGNATION
Head    of     Water     Department
Leave   Employ  of  City  After
Nineteen  Years'  Service.
Will
GOVERNMENT PASSES
PLANS OE POWER CO.
CANADA-U. S. TRADE
TO BE VIA ENGLAND
BEAO TAX COLLECTED       {NEWSPAPERS SEEK
ON OKIE PRISONER!   mM Wl m
Coquitlam Lake Dam to be Tariff War Between Coun-
ad-
No
lew at e.
110 """"ami only  one or two
nn  hour and  a
oiide"	
________m
onversation.
; sapperton, addressed
the  state  of  Wilson
.. - thai the wood man
.  man had refused to
at  the top of the hill
not r,t for traffic. The
I  applied  for  relief  last
treets were in the same
.. thai it was then.
, ,.   iald that as soon as all
were adjusted and the
, ,  Knew    where    they
treet   would  be attended
, ,,n possible.    "I am sorry to
Bald the mayor, "that there are
in  the same  condition
hope to be able to
���
I
i
we
After nineteen years' service in the
water works department of the city
of New Westminster. Superintendent
W, Stott has handed In his resignation, to take effect un April 1. At
last night's meeting of the council
the resignation was read and accepted.
In losing Mr. Stott the city is deprived of one of its most reliable and
faithful servants. Ever since tlie
present waterworks system was started here Mr. Stotl has been connected
with it. He helped to lay the first
main ever put down ui tlie city and
assisted, in 1892, In laying the first
line to Lulu Island, He knows the
system from start to finish and can
tell almost exactly from memory how
many feet of water pipe there is under almost any street. When the
system was first started there were
only a few hundred subscribers, and
now the consumers are numbered in
the thousands.
Xo successor has yet been appointed. Mr. Stott has not announced his
plans for the future.
Raised   ��� Westminster's
Objections Overruled
tries Would be of Benefit
to Great Britain
Owner   of   Ship   Forced   to   Pay   $500
When Oriental  Is Taken Ashore
to  Be Sent to Penitentiary.
It is stated thai the Dominion government has authorized the plans of
the Vancouver Power company for its
hydraulic plant at uoqultlam lake.
For some time past negotiations
have been under way lor the Improvement of the hydraulic plant of the
B. C. electric at both Coquitlam and
Bunt/en lakes. The provincial government approved the plans and woik
was commenced, but the Dominion
government Interfered on the ground
that the work was being carried on
within tlie railway belt.
P. R. Glover went to Ottawa some
time ago lo conduct the necessary ne-
London, March 21.���Newspapers
here are devoting much space to tele-
gran, s describing the progress of the
tarlfl negotiations between the Unite.
Stan s and Canada. The hope is universally expressed thai a war of retaliation will be averted, but It is a
mere expression of nope, as it is believed here thai neither Canada nor
the United Males will compromise.
The Nation says: ���'What will happen if wasteful, slupid hostilities com.
mence, will be that the trade between
i Canada and the l'nited States Will
'be largely done through Great Britain,
which will be the entrepot of shop
in which they will buy one another's
dl.'
It
whal  am  1 going to do
��� asked Mr. Andrews.The
rusting of the wood on his
, ed the mayor to pause
onds. "Perhaps, If it
ase of necessity, as it seems to
aid his worship, "Alderman Jar-
I look into It at once
up with   Mr.  Furness
see what can be done,
fi
i
toinor-
III-
i       ie chairman of the board of
FIREMEN'S STRIKE
PROBABLY AVERTED
gotiatlons and returned on Saturday . . . ������-~i���j
with the news that  the  matter had   products, our merchants and shippers |ed
gone through  satisfactorily. taking their toll.   This is more profit-
The Vancouver Power company In- able than colonial preference,
tends erecting a dam eighty-five feet The Saturday Review commenting
high at the outlet of the Coquitlam, on the tariff relations between Canada
thus raising the water by sixty feet; and the Un ted States says he Am .'���
the size of the tunnel connecting the i lean commissioners brought, nothing
two lakes will also be doubled.    The
back from Ottawa.   Canada will make
no concessions in return for the minimum rates of the Payne-Aid; ich tariff.    That  the United States commissioners  should  have gone  at all is a
triumph for Canada.   Time was when
the pilgrimage was the other way, and
'twas   Ottawa  that  begged   Washing-
'ton.    Now. thanks to ner tariff, that
time has passed.    Canada has pulled
through, and it is Washington's turn
I to beg.    A prolonged tariff war is too
the work  is completed ' serious a thing to contemplate.    The
'   interests involved are too great, and
. Prince Rupert, March 21.���Ah Wey,
I the Chinese sailor on Doard the Cape
Breton, arrested for s.ashing a fireman with an axe and almost severing
his right hand, was sentenced by
Judge Young to serve three years at
hard labor in the penitentiary at New
Westminster, aud went south in
charge of Constable L>eek. The other
Chinese sailors were lei off with a
warning.
Collector MacDonald, of the Canadian customs, who has had deputies
patrolling the dock since the arrival
of tin- Cape Bn ton, to si e thai no
Orientals came ashore, ai once demanded $r>ui) as head lax from the
ship when Ah Wey was brought
ashore and lodged in Jail.
Captain Warden strenuously object-
to paying tlie fine under the circumstances and Ottawa was appealed
to by telegraph, asking for a remission; however. Collector Mac-Donald's
ruling was sustained by the department and the money had to b?
posited before a clearance for
Cape Breton could be Obtained.
Railway Commission Hears
Grievances of Editors lie-
presenting all Canada
completion of these undertakings will
take about   two years.
In order to carry them out the government has agreed to sell to tne power company seventy-live acres of land
at the Lake Coquitlam portal of the
hydraulic tunnel and l-hiot; acres of
land about Lake Coquitlam, covering
the area which will be flooded when
the level of the lake is raised by
the new dam
As soon as
A..dP
more
lot of
ll.ly
��� Le
?ws resumed his seat, after
satisfaction   out   of
a given time than falls
most citizens,
lan Gray asked Alderman Gil-
would" bring in a report on
limits,  as he   thought   that
ll,,,,.  . ts  ripe for  an  extension.
| in an amendment to the
lylaw and Alderman Gilley will
ve that the change be
next meeting.
defended the action of
rejecting tne scheme for
Iclnerator. He read extracts of
recel ed from many citizens
���;;,!;, and the States, showing
the cost of maintenance was
thigh and that their efficiency
matte- ��� doubt,
worship ,'inounced that T. J-
i. chairman ot the school board,
���written | m re selling lhe
Til lets In tl e v. >st end and using
p    eeds 1 iring the Sapper-
��� . r was referred to
Ph,,,!'     committee lor report.
citj i er will be asked to
lare  -; tlons,   etc..   for   the
It the new pipe line from Co
ll.-ti, laki
Iderman Gilley was given permle-
scll some material which is
longei of any use ln the fire hall.
,i of i! consists of electrical sup-
IB will, h bave not been used since
it -a   lire  alarm   system  was  in-
Iletl.
he board of works submitted its
mates as   .23,275  for the coming
This amount Is made up chlef-
|of salaries   and   cost  of  keeping
Amicable   Settlement    lb in the companv will install an electrical ; interests _ involved are
~        .. .    !unit at the Buntzen generating station Ithe results would reach too fax. There
View-Wage  Question to-
be Arbitrated.
of 20,000 horsepower. This will raise 'is only one possible end. Canada must
the energy sent from the point to and will stand up well to the Ameri-
���r .000 horsepower, four units of cans. Her history is a good guaran-
3000 horsepower each, and two units ! tee that she will do so, and her sti dig
oOOO norsepowei  eucu, a. ^orsepower ]coinmercial position in relation to her
Chicago. March 21.���All questions of
dispute between 27.0U.I firemen on
western roads and the railroad managers will be amicably settled, according to an arrangement reached today
through the aid of United States Labor Commissioner Neill. lt was agreed
by W. S. Carter, president of the jw
Brotherhood   of   Locomotive  Firemen I apparently
lerii
etc.   There Is no amount set |done Quickly
>i Improvements to the streets,
will receive their share from
left by the other committees.
'���ndont Furness gets a raise
y from .125 to $135 per month.
nits amounting to $042.08 for
xpenses were passed for pay-
and Engineers and a committee representing the men, and the general
managers' committee representing the
forty-seven railroads Involved, to settle the controversy  In  the  following
manner:
"The question of seniority or the
promotion of old time firemen over
new men, and the question of representation by the union of firemen who
have been promoted to be enginemen
are to be compromised before any
arbitration is attempted. The demand of the men for an increase in
wages, of 12 1-2 per cent., is then to
he submitted to arbitration under the
Krdman act." In previous negotiations the railroads had agreed to
arbitrate the wage question, but had
| declined to arbitrate the other two
points on the ground that they were
points   of   discipline   and   authority
alone.
It is learned that noth sides were
brought to an agreement compromise
through the Insistence of Commissioner Neill that something had to be
of   approximately   10,000
each being now in service.
The objections raised by this city
when the matter first came up tor
consideration, were that it already
had powers granted lt which the power company were seeking, and that
their work would interfere with tlie
water system of the city. These have
been overruled, the first
the   grounds   that   the   city   had
on
not perfected its claim for the rights
on the Coquitlam, and the second on
the grounds that tbe water supply of
New Westminster will be thoroughly
protected.
No official intimation of the government's action h&s Deen received
in this city to date.
TAFT'S FRIENDLY MESSAGE
ON TARIFF TO CANADA
opponent makes it plain that she will
be comparatively successful. Canada
will make no concession without return, and, if war is declared, she will
not be first to call for peace.
Ottawa, March 21.���Representative.!
of n 'wspapers trom the At,ar.t.c to
the Pacific were before tne r..nway
commission today in regard to the
question of telegraph rat. s in news
I despatches by which, according to the
tariff filed with thi railway commission, matter is hasetj on a net rate
which eastern publishers have taken
exception to on the ground that they
; do away with the flai rate., which
have existed in tho past.
The  newspaper  representatives include 1  .1.   Ross   Robertson,    Toronto
Telegram;   .1.   E.   Atkinson,   Toronto
Star;   Stewart  Lyon, Toronto Globe;
C. Gordon Smith, Montreal  Witness;
B.   A.   Macnah,   Montreal   Star;   P. D.
Ross,      Ottawa      Journal;      Norman
Smith,    Ottawa  Free  Press;     M.  BL
Nichols,   Winnipeg Telegram;   K. H-
Macklin, Winnipeg Free Press; W. F.
Kerr. Regina Leader, M. R. Jennings,
Edmonton  Bulletin;   R. L. Hill, Van-
��� couver   World;   F.   M.  Ralston,   Fort
j William  Herald.    The  C.  P.   R. Telegraph   company   was   represented  by
James  Kent,  manager;   W. J. Camp,
electrical engineer, and  \v. H. Beat
! ty, counsel.    The Canadian  Northern
! Telegraph   company   was  represented
I by F. 11. Phippen, Winnipeg.
Mr. Beatty, on behalf of the Cana-
1 dian  Pacific  railway,  argued that in
telegraph   companies   had
o make such contracts as
they desiied.    lf it was now proposed
. to   put   rates   on   a   scientitlc   basis,
it should  be a basis  In which there
MaVOr   Lee   in   CommuniCa- should be profit for the companies
George   Henderson.   K.   0.,  on   be-
Ex-', half  of  the  eastern   publishers,  said
; he could   lind  nothing  In   the  ruling
of the board respecting the Western
Associated  Press widen   would apply
de
the
Ah, Wey is expected to arrive at
the penitentiary today to commence
his three-year term.
STOPPAGE Of WORK
ON C. N. R. ttP0T|��sl
i,
tion With Victoria,
cavation Not for Depot.
Washington. March 21.���Members
of the house of representatives whose
districts are along the Canadian boundary line were in receipt of numerous
telegrams from United States merchants urging them to do all in tneir
rawer to gieyent th��_imposition of
maximum fates upon Canadian
products.
Nearly every lumber dealer in Buffalo signed-a telegram which reached
the house today protesting against
the establishment of the maximum
rates on Canadian lu nl ir, saying it
would result in Canadian red wood
| being barred from entry, "with fatal
21.���Following the results to the business interests and
exorbitant prices to consumers."
With resa.d to ti3 cessation of
work on the excavating by the G. N.
railway into the bank below Columbia
street. Mayor Leo bus written to the
provincial government to know the
exact reason the work was stopped,
and expects an answer any day.
Seen by a Daily News representative, Mayor Lee said, when asked
he knew the reason why the
for the depot was stoppel, that the
excavating w.s rtot taking place
where the depot was to he situated,
but .onie distance east of it. and was
being done with a view to making a
platform and  siding.
The  city could  not  Interfere
the matter, as the property was leased
the  government     for    ninety-nine
was
but
if
work
Wl'.ll
to
veins, on condition that they allowed
no encrolchments on Columbia street
and if the cltv interfered it would
probablv result in breaking the lease
Toronto, March 	
tariff   conference   between   President (         ....
ITaft, Governor-General Karl Grey, and |    Representatives 1)riscoll, Alexander,
Minister  of  Finance   Fielding.   Presi-; Vreeland,   and   nearly   all   the   New
'dent Taft, through Dr. J. H. MacDon-   York members, have received numer-
ald, editor of the Toronto Globe, has   cus dispatches.    Michigan, Wisconsin ' ��ING AND CZAR TO
sent a massage to Cauuaa. |und   Minnesota  also  appear    to    b ��� ���-���
"Say to the people ol Canada," said ' stirred up.
MacDonald,   "that   my   most '
to  the east,   because  there
one press association.
Chairman Mayhee said that under
the railway act it might not be possible to allow flat rates. Mr. Phippen argued that there was nothing in
the railway act to justify flat rates.
After some further discussion It
was, at the instance of the commission, decided that the newspaper men
who came from Ottawa should discuss
the rate matter and show cause why
tariff rates should uot rub east of
Fort William.
I Chairman Maybee stated that while
the arrangement was not yet clear In
his mind, he thought it would be pos-
Blble to put matters on such a basis
that newspapers would only pay for
| what they used of Associated Press
.despatches.
LIPS ARE SEALED ON
TARIFF   SITUATION
M
EET IN COPENHAGEN
my
not  only
the
THINK  FREAK   HORSE
PART COW, PART DEER
COM. STRIKE IN WALES.
Hundred Thousand  Miners Will
Go  Out  on   March  31.
(I If,   March   21.���The  prolonged
ins    over    the    new     wage
men!  between the South Wales
mine   owners   and  the   miners
I i en broken off and a striki
1  miners  is  regarded  as
on  March   81.    This strike  will
altogether 1,000,000 workers, In-
'   railway  and  dock employees
"there  dependent  upon the col-
of
Inevit-
Mr. Neill declared that unless action
was taken within twenty-four hours
he would return to Washington.
The general managers tonight Issued this statement: "A settlement
of the whole matter will probably be
made tomorrow which will be satisfactory to both sides,"
Mr. Carter had no comments to
make.
Billiard Championship Tonight.
This ls the night that the Vancouver billiard players will play the llrst
game with the local men for the
Chamberlin cup. There will be live
games of 200 points played, and there
will he surely some good billiards.
Manager Fletcher has announced that
'any ladies attending the match will
be welcome and a certain part of
'the hall will be reserved for them.
SUMMER  RESIDENCE BRINGS
RECORD PRICE  IN  BURNABY
Ottawa,  March  21.���At  the  village
of  Buckingham, on  the  Quebec side
of the Ottawa river, a few miles from        _ _   _ ������ho_��,
this cltv, is a  horse,  if  such  it  can , bankB 0f the Sound, near Copeniiagen
be  called, that  is only  a third part
Taft  to
sincere  desire   is   that
present unforeseen difficulty, but that
all other difficulties between Canada
and the United States be settled with
Justice   to both   and   In   a  spirit   of
friendship and generosity.
"Assure the people of Canada that
if it were only a matter of business, < oe  cauea, uuu   is u">j   ��.  w._ __.
and on a question of interpreting the j horse, the other two parts being equal
statutes, 1 would have had no trouble hy between cow and deer.
is having the | As a freak the animal probably has
no equal. The normal parts are its
head, eyes, teeth and one bind leg.
Its backbone  Is  not   in  Its  center,
j but runs along the side of Its back.
One side of the stomach is that of
a deer, perfectly formed, with the line
'close-set   ribs   and   delicately   curved
body, while the other side resembles
j that   of   a  cow,   very   full,   with   big
rough ribs and the hide much rougher
than on the other side.
Copenhagen, Marcn 21.���It is now
settled that a meeting sTiall take
place between the king of England
and the tsar of Russia during the
current year. According to present
arrangements, this meeting will take
place  at  the queen's  villa,    on    the
Ottawa, March 21. ��� Hon. W. S.
Fielding, minister of finance, returned
from Albany this morning but said
his lips were sealed as to the result
of his conference with President Taft.
An agreement was made at Albany
that nothing should be said at the
present time, and In view of this It
is likely a simultaneous announcement will be made here and at Washington. Regarding the Albany report,
he  might be ln  Washington at
advantages
International
Interpret-
D
to
I  i
minion fisheries Inspector C. B-
who has been  Indisposed  for
irae, is now under treatment at
iyal Columbian hospital.
n     B,  C.  E.  R.  has notified  the
> thai all material for track work
Columbia street had arrived and
u there should be no further delay.
real-
F   J    Hart  sold   his  summer
dence at Burnaby J***** "ggSSt
consisting of a house and thlit.-tlKiu
price
is  a
Dick Sawyers, the well known foot-
all player who has been laid up In
Royal Columbian hospital for the
Bsl month, left that Institution yes-
Pday, almost completely recovered.
consisting 	
acres, for $115,000. The
record one for this district, and shows
how rapidly values are rising. The
prjoperty faces the Hastings road, near
Deer lake.
ln proclaiming Canada
right to our minimum tariff.    1 have
seen   too  much  of   Canadian  people,
hold too high an appreciation of Canada's worth, and am  too profoundly
in   sympathy   with   Canada's  Inspirations as a part of the British Empire
to haggle over the  mere "J
and   disadvantages
trade.
"The difficulty has been
ing a statute wliich has never before
been Interpreted. After a conference
with lion. Mr. Fielding 1 am hopeful
of finding a solution which will have
regard for my judicial responsibilities
as president and also serve trade Interests in both greal countries."
This message was given MacDonald in recognition of his efforts to
create an understanding between business Interests of the two countries.
Forestry Graduates for R. R. Company
Toronto,   March   21.���The  Pennsylvania Railway company has applied to
Prof.  Fernow,  dean   of   forestry,   to-
THIRTY-TWO   FISHERMEN
ARE   LOST   IN
ronto university, for two graduates,
as lt ls using considerable student
assistance    ln    " ���     '"���i|,v
branches.
STORM
Lisbon, March 21.���Four fishing
boats, carrying thirty-two men, were
lost today along the Portuguese coast.
Life-savers stationed along thc
coast have been attempting to render
aid to the survivors, but It is believed that the task ls hopeless. The
storm has caused considerable property damage.
during the month of August.
The meeting will be an entirely private one, but it is understood that
matters of common Interest to the two
countries, particularly in Russia, will
be discussed by the two monarchs.
This meeting was sought by the
tsar, who suggested that K'ng Edward should take another yachting
trip   to   Russian  waters.
STATE   FISH   COMMISSIONER
TO  VISIT TROUT  HATCHERIES
Belllngham, March 21.���John L.
Klseland, state tlsh commissioner, has
gone to eastern Washington to visit
the state brook trout hatcheries and
attend to the work of lelcuei.ig
brook   trout   in   the
that ^^^^^^
the end of the month,
had nothing to say.
Mr.  Fielding
LORDS PASS FIRST MART
OF ROSEBERY'S RESOLUTION
ern
east-
streams   of
London, March 21.���The lords today unanimously passed the first part
of Lord Rosehery's resolution, declaring that a strong elllcient second
chamber was necessary for tbe well
being of the state. The adoption of
this is construed by many as a challenge to the government and indicative of the lord's refusal to submit to
any limitation of their powers.
FRANCE'S  NEGOTIATIONS.
Unttid
Hook Worm Gets Samoans.
Page Pago, Samoa, Feb. 7, via San
Francisco
he
several   counties.    On   his  return
complete   preparations   foi    t&e
up  the Columbia  river with the
will
trip
fisheries   officials  of   O.'egon   for .tbe
inn-nose   of   making   the   preliinlnn >
boundary  between   tin
purpose
survey  for
two states.
March   21.���Fifty-one   per
its     huge    forestry
A teward of $50 will be offered by
'ity council for Information lead-
��K to the conviction of persons who,
l|i Saturday or Sunday, March 12 or
!   destroyed some trees In front of
1'"    residence   of   Harry   Major   on
ackwood street.
11  tl
Tf ti
.i.i..
Special services ln support of the
M. C. A. movement will be
":;(l>id in every Protestant church
city on Sunday next, a majority
' pulpits being occupied by out-
' Pastors. The canvass for the
""" building fund will commence
, the following day, and will last
F four or live days. C. R. Sayer,
''stern secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
l"ved In the city yesterday' to *om- (
"-'te the plans for the scheme.
Record Price for Waterfrontage.
F.  J.  Hart  &  Co.,  Ltd., also  sold
1100 feet of waterfront above the Fraser   river   bridge   for   $100 per   foot.
It ls almost adjoining the C. N. R.
property and Is three and three-fourth
acres ln extent and situated ln part
of sections B and 8.   There ls only a
small  waterfront  separating  It  from
that owned by the C. N. R.   Though
the vendor refused to give the name
of the buyer, he stated that he had
not bought It to turn over again, but
that  he  had a  business  proposition
and the deep water by which lt was
fronted was necessary to hlB business.
Papal
Delegate   In   Ignorance.
March    21. - Monslgnor
i cent of the natives of American Samoa
I are suffering from hook worm. ��cc��"-
jlng to Medical Qffloer P. H. Rosslter.
Peruvian Legation Withdrawn
Ottawa,    ...... v.-
Sbarretl, papal delegate, knows nothing of the report that Canon Gauther,
of that city Is to succeed the late
Monalgnor Ouhamel as Archbishop of
Lacrosse In  Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, March 21.���With the old
players ^^^^^^^^
and the new players
no reason  why  Nanaimo  should  not
have one of the fastest intermediate
teams in the province.    As the boys
''--'--  ���-   the
I
., I'
l
;
.
:
.     i
���
man  ��.*"���         intend   asking  for  admission to
March 21,-The Pe-   intermediate league irith New^WWt
, .unco ���*��� ��u_  _i-_f_- Vnneouver and Vlctotln, nwR
Santiago, Chile, 	
ruvlan government today notified tne
of   Chile   of   the   wlth-
Tariff Arrangements With the
States Seetr.s Likely,
Paris, March, 20.���The French cabinet devoted ah of today's Besslon to
a consideration of the Franco- American tariff negotiations. Subsequently
a semi-official note was given out,
which read: "The status of the tariff
negotiations with the United State*
affords  the  hope  that a patlsfactory
^  agreement will be reached."
no, March 21.���Witn tne om Nothing more definite was forth-
of last year's lacrosse team, coming today, despite the fact that
new .layers in town, there Is   President Taft Is quoted here as ba��-
lng announced last night that a complete agreement had been reached,
and that he would today sign a proclamation giving France the favored
rates ns provided ln the Payne-AI-
drlch law.
Sharren, i����iiui uv���=---���    _ o.,,.),,. i government   m   ���������   �����, ���-.      _t
ingot the report that Canon Oauthe m* f  the   peruvlan  legation  at
"h aUli  .��.  lu  tn  succeed  the  'au   "          ��.������������������   ���f   th*.  recent  ex-
Five Year Bonds Sell Well.
London, March 21.���The application
for the $106,000,000 of five year exchequer bands were so good that the
llBts were closed this morning Instead
of on Wednesday, fhe bonds were
quoted at a fractional premium on the
stock exchange.
Will Distribute Big 8urplus.
..     u   91 At  a   special
SrCTStfS.a* The
SS   accumulated   surp us        be
distributed gratis among; biock.
on April 30, was approved .
cor
Santiago  because   of  the  recent
pulsion of Peruvian priests from tne
Ottawa^^^^^^^^^^^^^B | provinces of Tacna and Arlca.
Fernie  Elecie  Mayor.
Fernie, Match 21���The delayed municipal elections took place Saturday
and created a considerable amount of
Interest, oWlng to the number of candidates in the field.   Sherwood Herch-
mer, the present mayor, was again
chosen chief magistrate of the city,
defeating J.  L.  Gates, his opponent
bv forty votes.   The aldermen elected
King taw.���i .���-.    ,,E!,wlud   were as  follows:     Patrick  Kennedy,
Blarrlt/.,   March   21'���,sfr������1   hls   L. E. McDonald, Thomas Beck   W. J-
has   completely   recovered   from   J^ .     ^^ pranct8 whlte and G. F.
cold   and   today   resumed   ms ljohnson.
outdoor excursions.
minster, Vancouver and
Ing lt a four-cornered race, for the
Pacific coast championship, all members wlil have to unite and pull In
the same direction.
Hook Worm In Chenago County.
Utlca, N. Y��� March 21.���The hook
worm has been discovered In  Chenago county.   The victim Is a native of
���**-:-   ���*.*���    "��*"��  recently   moved   to
When  taken
���������������������������������������������������������
BIG WATERFRONT 8ALE.     ���
Atton   from  Alabama. 	
sick he was operated on tor appendicitis. His appendix was found to
be ln good condition but suspicious
looking worms were removed trom
the Intestinal tract. They were sent
to Blnghampton for examination and
were promptly pronounced by the bacteriologists aa book worms.
Although many  large deals
ln   waterfrontage   have   been
made In and around New Westminster  lately, there are not
many  that have eclipsed the
sale made by E. J. Fader yesterday.     One   mile   of   waterfront on Annacis Island was
sold to a Vancouver syndicate
for a sum ln ihe neighborhood
of $100,000.   The property consists of about 180 acres.   Mr.
Fader ls not at liberty to divulge at present the names ot
the purchasers, ^^^���************
������������������
||B0Vi Ol _.       _,     _^    ���a    ���a.   ���*
��� ll   1
I   ,
I
1
*>.   I
!
', ��� '���
m
. "1
I.  .
n,M ���;
!, j *���
'������;��� ii .V ���
,1 '��� I.
��� ':��� .i*<f��
1 <������ if,   "!
���:    ;iC
I   .   '1      !'
W
L>
^   PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.   MARCH  22,
Tlw Best Tea is Cheapest���Always IVc%^^d^��tj^m^_^ Curtain    Stretc
WILSON, COOK  & CO.
Office in Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
|75 wi I  handle a good lot on  Fourcn
avenue and Fourth street, Burnaby.
BRENING & CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Room 6, Merchants Bank  Bldg.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
is the best value because it is richer, more
fragrant and healthful than other teas.
It goes much further.   It costs no more.
���  Black, Mixed and Natural Grten, 40c, 50e, 60c and 70c per lb.  >
$500 will handle a good modern house
of eight room ou Seventh street
near Third avenue.
CITY���
(.ossified Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���AT ONCE, AN EXPERI-
enced stenographer for work In
law office. Good salary to competent person. Apply in own handwriting, P. 0. Box 4:;, City.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
fufnisfied house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
WANTKD TO RENT ���DOUBLE
room, suitable for two gentlemi n
or two Blngle room centrally located, Columbia streel preferred.
Address Box E. K., News office.
WANTED AT ONCE ���TWO UUUU
carpenters. Apply 410 St. ueorge
Btreet,
WANTED���KITCHEN .MAID. APPLY
Mrs.  Dr.  Jones,  Royal  avenue.
WANTED���TENDERS TO CLEAR
and grade 2 66-foot lots. Apply HfJ
St.  Patrick  street.
ALIEN GAMS 10 GIVE
PLACE TO ENGLISH WAITERS
$25 per acre buys 450 acres of good
land on Great Northern Raiiwaj in
Langley	
$50 per acre buys 80 acres of good
farming lands; the best of loam;
at Lincoln, on Great Northern Railway; Langley; one-half is cleared;
with house and barn.
Two Good Lots on Regina Street,
Good buy.
Lot on Fifth Streel, Cheap.
^ers!
A necessity at House-
cleaning Time
For Sale at
BURNABY���
Three    Full    Sized     Lots;
cleared;   one  minute frftm
car;  under market price.
One    Lot,    Good    Location.
$250,
'SAPI'KKTON-
MUST be sold at once, two lots on
Sixth avenue, Burnaby; $25 cash,
$10  a montli.
Two 1-ots on Carroll
Street; pleared and
fenced; under market
price.
KIRK'S HARDWARE, ����w., ���inihri, J
Britishers  Form  Society  With  Object
of Training Natives Who Will Equal
Foreigners  in   Art   of   Waiting,
$20  DOWN
two large
'.    Burnaby.
and  $10  a    month   buys
Jots   ou Third    avenue,
DELTA-
Nine
price,
Acres,    Aider
$150 per acre.
Bottom;
CORNER   of  Second   street   and   Sec-
avenue, Burnaby; $4ij cash,~T5!rtaiico
ju per month.
WANTED���COMPETENT GIRL FOR
downstairs work, must have knowledge of plain cooking. Apply -Mrs.
Dr. Jones, 48 Royal avenue.
WANTKD���TO GO TO ENGLAND
as companion to lady; children no
objection. Any time before May.
Address  T.  G.,  Daily   News.
WANTED���SITUATION, BY GOOD
Japanese cook, speaks English well.
Wages $25 and up. Nukina, Japanese Mission of Sapperton, B. C.
Phone 261.
FOUND.
FOUND���IN  OPERA HOUSE,  WED-
nesday night, lady's black kid
gloves. Owner may have same by
calling at The News office.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO    RENT-
McMartin
-ROOMS.
street.
APPLY,    608
TO RENT ���LARGE FRONT BED-
room suitahle for gentleman. Apply 609 Victoria street, near Daily
News  office.
London, March 20.���The supremac)
of the ali'-n waiter is threatened by a
new institution entitled the Loyal
British Waiters' Boclety, which Is
making a determined attempt to depose the foreigners and reinstate the
British v.'.iii r.
In London alone as many as 130,000
foreign   waiters   are   empmyed,   said
Sir William Serjeant, In a recent in- ;
tervlew.    This is due to the fact that j
up to the present the French, the Italian and the German have proved that
they are better suited to this class of |
work.
"They are better trained as waiters, j
They are cheaper, and they find it Is i
more   profitable   to   seek   work   here
than  in  their  own  country.
"When we hear of the daily increase in the unemployed the great
number of foreigners employed in this
capacity over here ls deplorable. The
object of the society is to provide temporary or permanent employment for
i British-born waiters who arc reliable
and ioyal and whom the society can
| recommend with confidence to employers.
"To  this end," he added,"  the  so-
jciety   has  instituted  a  school  of instruction at the Surrey restaurant, in
Surrey street, Strand, where a large
number of men will be taught those
essentials wliich   will  gain  for  them
the   confidence   of   hotel   proprietors.
j The chief faults that employers find
. with   English   waiters   are  that   they
'are uncivil, ciumsy and not nearly so
| quick as their alien rivals.
|    "At the school the teachers will endeavor to overcome those faults and
to Inculcate a correct .conception of
'duty    towards   employers.     We   are
already assured of the co-operation of
I employers,    who    would he only too
'willing to give preference to Englishmen If they were convinced of their
suitability."
Four lots in Sapperton; $200 each;
cash.
SHINGLE MILL, fully equipped, and
in running order. Free grant of
840 acn s of timber land containing 30 million feet of timber, 19
million feet of good cedar and 11
million of good fir. $12000 will handle it. This is a splendid buy. Full
particulars on application to us.
vol
TH
VANCOU
VEIt-
One
Acre on
Main
Street
.    Cheai
).
SU!
RE'S
���
Sixty  A<
���res on  Y
.
suhdivid
->d  in
' ts;
$110 per
"     ���
-
SNAP  in
farming
Langley,   160 acres  of  good
land,  $27
per acre.
$2,000 CASH handles 10 acres of land
all cleared with over $2,000 worth
of improvements, having 270 feet of
waterfrontage; situated ou main
channel of the Fraser river, close
to Great Northern railway.
$1800 will buy 2 1-2 acres, including
house and barn; running spring on
property located on Pitt river road;
west of Fraser River mills, on car
line survey to mills;  one-half cash.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chicken ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu Island.
A fine five-acre ranch fully equipped
at a sacrifice; near Sapperton and
New Westminster. Too many good
things about this to print. Cail for
full  particulars.
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
road near Burnaby.
$700 buys 1 1-16 acres on tr.im line
in South Westminster; only $300
cash.
Five acres near tram line and-Sapper-
ton; 3 acres under cultivation; 100
fruit trees; price $2200; one-third
cash.
LOST.
LOST���S A TCI IK I. SHAPED LOCKE]
eel with gold nuggets. Finder may
obtain reward by returning to .1. H.
Todd's music store,
WOMAN LIES FOR FOUR
MONTHS UNCONSCIOUS
.$375 per acre will buy two four-ace
blocks at junction of North and
Clarke roads; one-fourth cash; balance easy. This is aimost in Burnaby and we well sell either block.
FOR   RENT.
FOR RENT���HOUSE W'U I LOTS
in Burnaby, near car line, 5 rooms
and hath room, pantry, etc. Rents
for $12 per month. May lease for
C months if tennent suits.
TO RENT���ROOM SUITABLE FOR
gentleman. Apply 205 Carnarvon
street.
TO LET- COMF1 HtTAIilJ.; ROOM
for cue or two .adles, close to car.
615 Hamilton street, city.
Boise,   Idaho,   March   20.���For   four '
months    tlie    wife    of Chief    Justice
George G. Stewart, of Idaho, has iain j
in  a  state of  unconsciousness  suffer- j
ing from a disease which has baffled
the medical fraternity of Boise. Port- \	
land. Spokane, Sail  Lake and eastern , Nine   acres   near  junction   of   Clarke
cities. and North roads;  $:',75 per acre.
$30 per acre will buy 160 acres of
good land; partly covered with
heavy cedar. Langley. One-fourth
cash; balance over three years.
Mrs. Stewart suddenly swooned late
during last fall while at a reception.
She was hurried to a hospital and
every effort was made to revive her
! but without effect. This condition
prevailed for several weeks until one
day her eyes opened. Recently she
has been able to make unintelligible
sounds.
I
i 1������^
$40 per acre buys 160 acres of good
I    farming land  in  Surrey;   one  mile
from tram line.   This is suitahle to
subdivide.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road In
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
forms on balance.
FOR RENT���SUITE OF ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply Alex. Speck, at his store, Front
street.
FOR  SALE.
FOR CHEAP AND QUICK SALE���
Two lots adjoining lots at Kennedy
Station on tramline aboul two miles
from bridge, containing '.i 1-2 acres.
Well situated, fine view and good
soil, Alder bottom; wouid make a
beautiful suburban residence site.
For price and particulars apply hy
mail tu P.O. Box 651, New Westminster.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 14,068a, Issued in the name of William Roxburgh, has h''cn 11,ed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at Ihe expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication
hereof In a dally newspaper published
ln the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate or the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid obj3ctlon
be made to me lr  ���v.itlng.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Iaand  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. Oi, February 11, 1910.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ami In Loudon, Eng
land, Nvw York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit*
received In Riima of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 por cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
.JEM   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Oorner Eighth St and    Fifth *\*an��L%
PHONf  nn.
$4.00 per front foot will buy 1000 feet
of waterfrontage on North Arm of
Burrard Inlet. This block contains
45 acres.   Must be sold at once.
Nine chains of waterfrontage on
North Arm of Fraser. Block contains 45 acres. Price $300 per acre;
$3000 cash; balance over five years.
Has house and barn and part under
cultivation.
50 chains water frontage containing
only 11 1-2 acres; all cleared. This
property is ln the city limits; Lu.u
Island.   Good price and terms.
$225 each buys four large lots two
blocks from city car line In Burnaby; near Tenth avenue, city. One-
quarter cash; balance to arrange.
$850 buys 3 large lots In Burnaby; all
facing city car line; also a coiner;
one-half cash.
Home  on   Royal   avenue;   fully  modern 6 rooms; $1500 cash and terms.
House   and   barn   on   Fourth
$1000 cash; balance easy.
street;
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
jNew Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wince 'Phone lib.     Barn   Phone 1S7
Columbia 8trett.
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM* DEPOT.
We  have a buyer for a smal
of acreage ln Burnaby.
piece
WIL80N,  COOK  &  CO.
Office In Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOR  FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739   FRONT  ST.,  WINDSOR   BLOCK
"rnprietren, Mrs. M. Domlny,
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
lf you deposit your money for
safety ln The Bank of Toronto
it will be safe while you leave
It. and ready when you need it,
and it  will  be
AUTheTime
earning for you three per cent.
Interest Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
THE  STEAMER
TRANS
Will leave the
Ker    Wharf    foi
Westham   Island
points at 2o'cloi
on the following i
actrorasEHoaraanES.
Ladn��
nd
ty!
'ton.
i i
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,
CAPITAL
Quebec
West.
and   the
r
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
 $4,000,000
REST      4,750,000
BankofToronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr.
Get
Yours
Now!
New Laity Lacross   SticksJt.
In  at
H. Morey & Cc
665  Columbia   St., Westminster
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
Estimates Given.
Phone 56'
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,   PAPER HANGERS   AND
DECORATORS.
2H Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER       - Ti. C.
Factory site, main channel of Fraser
river, near New Westminster, having 475 feet of waterfrontage. See
us for price and terms.
GENERAL  AGENTS
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross San ito,
Closet
Hall and  Lavery Block
YEE KEE & COI
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned an I Pressed
Windsor Hotel Block      P 0
Box 64*1
mitamv+rrr.*
PORTKELLS
240 acres subdivided into 5-acre blocks.
Each block has a frontage on a 66ft.
road. Price $100 per acre, $100 cash,,
balance spread over 4 years.   -   -   -   -
NOTE: A $3000 structure is to be built
close to the above. The G. N. Ry.,
Cloverdale branch, runs thro igh corner
of property.       -       -       ...
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515
Curtis Block
657 Columbia St.
"'* '  rJ
w*m*t*t**f��ss ���
UsDAY.   MARCH   22,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
,4-H*****���H****4JM"l"I"M"M M'-M'****M��* .H^-*****-H~H-* ...H--H��M"M-M-W** h-H-M-I-M--H-H-I'I-I-I-H-4~H-4^^^H-4-^4��4��H"W~H^l^-4^-H~H-4-4"I"I"I-I"I-I"I-1">
i'
i
Westminster View"
tees****"
Lots will Double and Treble in Value
In the Next Few Months
4-
'       !
The Canadian Northern Railway are going to spend several millions of
dollars in South Westminster in the near future, and you can look for a
flourishing town opposite the Royal City.
Now is the time to get in on Industrial Property and we have the cream
!
!.
of it in
n
WESTMINSTER VIEW
m
Remember You Can Secure One of These Lots by a Cash
Payment of only $25.00, Balance Spread over Eighteen Months.
i
m
COME IN AND SEE US TODAY
Hale Bros.
fcX.
Limited
Kennedy
Real Estate, Insurance and Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Beghie Streets
Phone 335
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
.�� *
��i i
hli
M   ���
���    i
: , ;
��� ,v.
/hit1
aX
���   *{$���
'{ft
i ?
\
I'lt
���I;
il
Dl
i��i
ft
i."
:
i
1"'111umu11n1111n n111111111 n 1111111111��� "'""'''*��'�����*'"�����'"'���'���'���'���"*���'���"���������������'��������"���'���''""���"��� ��� '��� "���"������ ��� ���'��� 111<����� ��� ��� 11��� ��� ��� i	
,r>i p
I
m
i �����
''; ��� i
-     I
mi
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
MARC
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publisn-
tne Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   ol    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
��. A. Paige Managing  Director
Correspondence
TUESDAY,   MARCH   22,   1910.
THE TORY DEBACLE.
It is evident that the one tiling in
connection with the Lumsden enquiry
which the conservative party dreads Is
thai it should be proved thai their cry
of scandal was utterly baseless and
enfounded. They had hoped to work Up
quite a merry list of sensational revelations in connection with this affair,
But, alas! they reckoned without their
host. At the outset Mr. Lumsden himself cut away ihe ground from under
their feet. His statement showed for
one thing that the engineers of whose
classification lie had complained were
under his own jurisdiction and could
be dismissed by him if he considered
them unlit or failing in their duty;
(or another, that if there has been
over-classi Heat ion there is ample
means of remedying it, and the remedy is now being'applied by tiie Arbitration Hoard; and yet again, thai
if the contractors were overpaid on
these classifications there is ample
means of recovering from them.
Arrived at this pans tne tory members of the committee had to do something to escape the ridicule which
would certainly full upon them. They
therefore concocted * wonderful
scheme. This was to raise a new
bogey anent the non-representation of
Mr. Lumsden  by counsel.
Mr. Lumsden said he did not desire
any counsel, although the government
was willing to bear the expense of
Uie same. The opposition members
on the committee tided in vain to influence him and compel him to have
counsel against his will. Then tbey
wanted a counsel to act! on behalf of
the people, a counsel to be appointed,
not by the liberals, not by the committee, hut by the opposition members of the committee. The committee declined to allow such unheard of
procedure. They would not listen to
a request that the minority should
appoint a partisan uiwyer, but contended that any appointment should
be made by the committee as a whole.
It was then arranged that two members of the committee, Messrs. MacDonald and Barker, should submit a
name to the committee. This was
done ,and the name of Wallace Nes-
bit, K. C, ex-ju.lge of the supremo
court of Canada, and a conservative,
was submitted but the conservatives
refused to accept him. They still
contended for the right to appoint a
counsel of their own selection. The
committee firmly refused to agree to
this.
Realizing tbat they could not run
tlie committee to suit their own political ends, the conservative members
resigned in a body, ^'hereupon tlie
committee appointed Mr. Chrysler, K.
C, of Ottawa, to represent the people,
and announced that the investigation
would proceed as if nothing had happened.
At this point the conservative members of the committee pretended to
take umbrage, and resigned. Their
idea was no doubt that if they resigned the Investigation would come
to an end and the danger which
threatened them would be averted.
But the committee thought differently
and determined to proceed, find out
from Mr. Lumsden just why it was
he resigned, and the names of the
engineers, if any, who hail forfeited
his confidence. As the matter stands
now all pai ties are represented by
counsel, Mr. Lumsden will consult
with Mr. Chrysler, and the Investigation will proceed just the same as
if lhe conservatives had remained on
the committee. It would seem that
the latter have fid lowed the lead of
Mr. Lumsden. That gentleman resigned because he said he had lost
confidence in his staff. The conservative members of the committee
have resigned because they had not
confidence In their case or In themselves.
(The Daily News is not responsible
for tlie opinions expressed by its cor-
i espondents.)
THE NEW HOSPITAL.
Editor Daily News,
Sir,���Since tlie topic of interest to
many at the present moment seems to
be that of tiie new hospital, it lias
occurred to me several times to request the favor of space in your valuable columns for tlie expression of
opinion regarding the subject from a
woman's point of view.
We ali undoubtedly want the new-
hospital, but many of us do not want
to see it erected upon tlie site of the
old building, believing that for many
reasons it is a most undesirable lo-
cation for a general hospital, chief
of wliich is the complete absence of
the crowning essential for the comfort
and we,fare of its patients, that of
serene and perfect quietude.
It has been a matter of surprise to
manv that this most important point
lines noi seem to have fully presented
'tself to the board of management,
proving ;,-��� it certainly lias done and
will continue to do, a tremendous
drawback to the success of the institution if erected, as now proposed upon
the old site.
No one who has not at some time
or othei' been an inmate of the Royal
Columbian hospital couid possibly
realize or describe the torture inflicted upon sick nerves by Hi > discordant noises an.l clamor of traffic
even at tlie preesnl lime surrounding
thi' hospital, a nil if trying now. what
will the situation he ten years from
now, when the very heart and centre
of our city's commercial life Wl��l be
Sapperton.
ft seems to me that there cannot
lie two opinions as to the extreme
Inadvisability of builuing the new hospital upon the old site; tlie adjacent
1 limber mills with their whistles and
whirring; machinery the constantly
passing trains with their arriving and
departing signals; the screaming of
steamers for the bridge; the nearby
and ever recurring tram cars, and by
tlie way, the last mentioned has a
trick all of its own for getting upon
the nerves of a patient, causing many
a restless hour and loss of sleep,
since one finds oneself intently and
anxiously .istening for the scrunching
wheels and tinkling bell���at least 1
know it was so in my case when I
spent five weary weeks within the
walls after a heavy operation and
practically got no sieep except under
opiates. If, therefore, this expression
of opinion be the means of bringing
forth voices on tlie subject, I shall
feel something may be done that ls
worth while, towards correcting what
will certainly prove in the future a
huge mistake.
It is not as though the board stand
to lose flnnaciaily ln altering their
arrangements, since the sale of the
present holding would undoubtedly
furnish more than the funds required
for the purchase of just as beautiful
and far more desirable location for
tlie home for our sick people and so
many will not feel compelled to seek
thi; Jubilee hospital in Victoria, in
order to secure rest and quietude during their enforced retirement from
the cares of life.
A  PATIENT.
New Westminster, March 21, 1910.
Scotch  Whisky
minrTiT' -1 **********
Necessity of Lar^e Reserve Stocks.
Only when adversity conies, can we know
our full strength���or weakness-
A smaller concern would have been completely dismayed hy the disastrous (ire which,
in one night, wiped out our Dundee warehouses,
together with two million gallons of Watson s
Whisky.
But we were carrying on business���without
inconvenience to any of our customers the
very next day.
The large stocks of whisky we continually
hold in reserve at other points, enabled us, at
that crucial time, to fill all orders with the usual
promptness���and with whisky of the uniformly
high quality that has always distinguished our
brands.
When you consider that a two million
gallon loss could not hamper us, you can readily
understand how well we are prepared to meet
any untoward circumstances that may arise, and
to ensure uniform age and quality for the
contents of every case we ship.
! JUST ARRIVED
4)
���
���
a
a
a
a
a
���
���
Onion Se
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
\ Ryall's Drug Store
X EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN !
A
aaaa+***aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa*<aaaaa+aaaaaaa<<Hmm^
��srr'-..\- - -'.'":'_'"..:-*.':.::.-.-.:'
Insist
Watson's
GOOD TASTE
"THREE STAR"���A mild, thoroughly matured Scotch.
"NO. IO"���A lull-bodied, richly llavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  - Dundee.
I
MEN!
TRY OUR
' EVERLAST' SOX
Every   Pair Guaranteed
Read  Guarantee  Below
E3EBE22iS��&S352��ZS
WIDE-OPEN   RElON   BEGINS.
Tempestuous Career  Lies    Ahead    of
"Liberal"   Regime   in   Seattle.
Seattle. March 21.���Thc new Republican city administration, eelcted
on a platform favoring liberal administration of the saloon and Sunday
laws was inaugurated tody with prospects of a tempestuous career.
One of Mayor Hiram C. Gill's first
acts was lo remove from office Fire
Chief Harry W. Bringhurst, who is
subject to the civi. service rules and
who will fight in the courts against
removal.
A storm of wrath has been raised
in a large section of the city over
Mayor Gill's announcement that the
large wooden barracks on Eighth avenue south, built a year ago to contain women, and left unoccupied because of popular protest, wouid be the
seat of a so-called restricted district.
The property ls owned by wealthy
politicians.       '
I
In Cashmere, Black,  Maroon,  Brown  and  Drab
Cr lors, Three Pairs for
$1.50
In Coltor, Brown cr Black, 35c cr Three Pairs for
$1.00
I
GI
"GET   THE   HABIT"
assware !
Yes, >vc have a large and varied stock
A tempting special for today���
Glass Fruit  Bowls, 20c   Each
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sed for the same.
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE   NEW  STERNWHEELER
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Miling   Company's  Wharf,  New  Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight    as    Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave  New  Westminster  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday a'nd Sunday at 7 a. ni.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
NEW  WESTMINSTER
This is the Guarantee:
If after wearing Pen-Angle Guaranteed Hosiery
any length of time, you should ever find a pair
that fails to fulfil the guarantee in any particular,
return the same to us and 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
Tke Wardrobe Clotki
ler
I
Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
GOOD SERVICE
GOOD VALUE
in these
Easter Suits
High time to be choosing'your Easter Suit. If you simp.y dfr
mand style in the suit you're going to buy, and don't care iM
anything else���almost any store can please you. Hut :', jroi ��
wisely particular and consider style, fit, wear, tailoring, Bnisbjj
material; and if yau are at all Interested ln getting value for*
money, there are no two ways about it, you wll. buy at till. st��
We specialize on .Misses and Large sizes. Call and in>!>oct <f
showing.
PRICES FROM  $15.00 to $47.50
Your Easter Coat is
Waiting
Easter week brings new Coat   needs.     That   heavy   wrap J��'jve
been wearing patiently until now really won't answer afti A
We are showing an exceedingly   fine   range   of   Ladles   and   M���"'"'
Coats in plain cloth, covert (plain  or striped),  mixtures and '���
effects at $6.00, $7.50, $9.50 and $10.50.
Corset Needs
For success in Dress, the Right Corset. The woman who has nrt
tered the art of dross knows this; good dressmakers know It. A
poor.y made or badly shaped Corset will ruin tho finest dress; a P*
feet corset wdll give distinction td the simplest. That's why it pW
to have your gown fitted over a perfect corset. Try the Bon T"
Royal Worcester, or D. & A. Corsets.   THEY ARE RIGHT. From }l.
Trefousse Kid Gloves
All the new spring colorings In this well known French Kid Glorti
the most reliable glove sold In Canada today. Made to lit, too, i'"1
by experienced workmen, and no fear of lllflttlng gloves lf you boJ
Trefousse, $1.50 per pair.
"T^!��'l
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue snd Marlon Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  pir day up.
Room and board 92.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath $2.50 per day  up.
Room with bath and board 94 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water, steam heat, long distance telo-
phone, '!. us meeta all trains and boats
The Dally News wll! be Kept on file
ln our reading room.
f'A in i''.'nO .' iH.nmi.T|  yif-r
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.
��
t sfrE-jSa*-- *���:*      . "��v#a. IE SDAY,
MARCH   22,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FlVK.
PQBEL
(ET BY TEN CITIZENS
Iticn
Advanced   Which   Would
acrosse Club and R. A. & I.
f Financial Worry
Iciety o
.... ��� ,.,.,,;,;..aiid at the park
^//percentage of  the  re-
���'���I'   *'���,,   u-e   reimbursed  is
""L" advanced by some of
" |   the    town.    It
,:,. the only way out of the
w  t0  be accepta
Tl���, city cannot  very
'"'.,, || would be for the
y one cla s of the    people
would receive no revenue for
lacrosse  club   has not   tne
k   ' starl the construc-
D1  five thousand dollar
The Agricultural    society
l osltlon.
,.!,,! have consented to
,   , will on.y have to
to the scheme,    lhe
l0 borrow the   money
i,  ,, ci Ipts come in to pay a
i   back  until It is    all
efore  this is carried  to a
ju! lBSue, it  will be necessary
I        ,, gel the permission of
, .   ., cl  entrance money to
i   and it  is doubtful ii
,   ; (j i onfer that power.
a site to be consider-
n eting which the dlrec-
1. A. 4 I. held with the
Some choice lots in Sapperton, all
cleared and ready to build upon
an intermediate team. The following
players are requested to be present
tonight at 5:30 at Moody square for
the flrsl practice; C. Smith, ll. Munn,
P. Wllkie, W. Ballard, D, Wright, L.
Adams, II. Fletcher, It. Beatty, Mc-
I'hail, A. Sinclair, and any other enthusiasts who want to get. Into the
game.
uim i 1
.-nine   time   ago,     T.   J.
���poke very strongly in favor��of
Ttlu   stand   outside   the  track
ii  could  be  used  by  people
stock parade and other
But this would undoubt-
| unsatisfactory to the lacrosse
have   virtually  announced
i\ will not assist in any way a
stand that is not next the
of the players have even In-
| thai they do not want the ten
bre ild  to erect the stand as
uld pocket all the proceeds,
attitude must be the result
ling considered the proposition
ever the outcome is, there is
he some  mastication  of  the
fefore the matter Is finally de-
MATERIAL FOR  MINTO TWELVE
TO  BE  FOUND   IN  OTTAWA
llntern-iediate   Baseball.
liate baseball men will
une with  a Grandview-Van-
im at Moody square at 2:30
Jood Friday.   After the game
U] be a  meeting of the fans
to discuss the organization of
Ir- '..
Ottawa, March 21.���"We have material right here in Ottawa for a Minto cup twelve," said Coach Pete
Green, of the Capitals, in discussing
the present situation as regards tlie
national game in the city. There is
no keener lacrosse enthusiast between Vancouver and Halifax than
Green and the showing of the Capital team last season was one series
of disappointments to him, nothing being more gratifying, however, than
the phenomenal brace which the garnet and grey took at the close of the
season, when both the Toronto and
Tecumseh teams were beaten here.
"There is no necessity of going outside the city for players," said Coach
Green.   "Had the team been properly
handled last summer, we would have
been right up with the leaders.    Our
defence  at  the  close  of  the season
was without exception the best in the
league while the home, as was demonstrated in the match with Toronto,
was sufficient to bewilder any defence
In  the  game.      All   these  boys  are
available again  and if the promised
reorganization   materializes,  you   can
! depend on the Caps for a great fight
I for the flag.'
FORSALE
Surrey Acrea
10 Acres on Scott Road close to Car line
Section 19, $200 per acre. For a few days
only.    This is a Genuine Good Buy.
Price $600 and $700 each
Terms; Quarter cash, balance 1, 2
and 3 years.
This property is well situated in Lot 7, S.B. 3
JOSEPH TRAVERS
REAL ESTATE
Opposite
Columbia Street
White, Shiles & Co
628 and 746 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C
Main  Office Phone R85 Ptanch Office Phone L8S
CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shaft
ing,  Cranes,  Air Compressors, Etc
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary,    The   Commissioners of
the Transcontinental Railway
Ottawa, March 2, 1910.
I "GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR"
We have the exclusive sale of
Fort George Townsite
for Westminster.
It only takes a $10 payment to lay the foundation
of a sure and safe investment.    For full particulars apply to
Carter & Carver
Room 6, Guichon Block Plione 681
OPEN EVERY EVENING
_m,
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it
^JLiI-j kJj
*~**���~*SW^a .'UVW!",'"
Limited
,WiaWWMA'��W��^WW"��*B
ew Numbers!
Lre put out this morning, all differ-
lt from those of last week.   Bring
your coupons and match them up.
(4)
e are making a clean sweep of all
)dd pieces in this Great Reorganiza-
|ion Sale.   By April  1st we must |
lave room for changes contemplated.
$30,000.00
orth of Fine Furniture at Marked
Down Prices.
re Furnish Your Home Complete, ii
LEE'S, LIMITED
IPhon
e 73
Successors to Lee's Furntlure Emporium.
716718 Columbia st. New  Westminster
������������������������������������+.)+.>,>.).) , , , , , , # �������������������������������<
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the undersigned, and marked ou the
envelope 'Tender for .Machines and
Tools,' 'Tender for Leather Be,ting,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Rai
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until 1_
o'clock noon of the 1 .th day of April.
1010, for:
tl) Machines and tools;
(2) Leather belting;
13) Shafting,  hangers,  steel  frame
work, etc.;
Miscellaneous    equipment,    Industrial track and lockers;
(5) Motors;
(6) Furnaces and forges;
(7) Cranes;
(8) Air compressors;
(9) Grey iron foundry equipment
I and brass foundry equipment;
I required for the equipment of the locomotive and other shops of the Com-
jmlssToners of    the    Transcontinental
| Railway at Springfield,-east of Wlnni-
,!peg, STanttoUa.
<�� Tenders will be received aud con-
J [ sldered for any or all of the Items in-
ojdlcated above and numbered from 1
J; to 9, both Inclusive.
<' Pians and specifications may be
! | seen in the office of the Chief En-
< >1 glneer of the Commissioners at Ot-
'tawa, Mr. Gordon Grant, and in the
office of the District Engineers of
the Commissioners at St. Boniface,
Man., Mr. S. R. Poulin.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to the order of tho
Commissioners of the Transcontinen-
;al Railway for a sum equai to ten
per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
of the tender.
j    Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign    the   contract,
I specifications  and  other    documents
| required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part "'
the  party  whose tender  Is accep
to complete and execute the contract
with the   Commissioners,    the    said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Com
mlssloners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and . tl contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
Tlie  cheques  deposited  by  parties
whose  tenders are  accepted will  be
deposited    to the credit   of the Re-
Icefver General of Canada as security
j for" th'e due and faithful performance
of the contract according to Its terms.
The  cheques  deposited  by  parties
whose  tenders are  rejected  will
returned  within  ten    days after
signing of the contract,
i    The right is reserved to reject any
Australian
Butter
2 lbs. for
75c
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Ladies !
You Should See
Mrs. H. G. Moore's
I        Millinery Display
A visit to our Showroom will reveal to you all that is latest
in the  Millinery World.
The fashion centres of Paris and New York have been searched to gather to New Westminster the very latest creations In tne
art.    We would ask you to call and see them.
Creamery
Butter
HARRIET G. MOORE
1   548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C. X
3 lbs. for
$1.00
te
Fresh Eggs
Are   Coming  Down
r  dozen       35c
USE
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
WORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
Jj, VERYTHING to gain and small chamce to lose by so doing.
0
It Is the Best..  Per Sack ��1.85
C.A.
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.
,N the slightest pretext employees may sue you, even for accidents
I      caused by the negligence of a fellow-workman, and
THE suit may be brought against you long after the occurrence of the
accident by which he was injured.
EMPLOYERS and business men can il I afford to assume the risk 0'
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms U
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  in  the  Railway  Passen-
;   gers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyance*   *****************************************}
4)\
be
the
Welsh   Alfred W. McLeod
If    V A WAA III     D,   / ��� T,    Ingurance Man"        657   Columbia St
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
s
: ]
���   !
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
I
!   ,
m :
". |
"U
V H
..';:i
i4 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY.   MARC.
j
i
\
! ���' I-    .
: 1 '  "
i v , ������,
I ���." ���;.  : '
;:. !
,f ; .,!
;,,k!
w
HI
t: -HiL
'ii\U: 'l
.��� I
!''^
���' ' !j '*j?
4a-.  1
1  ' ii<
ItJ
50t/r//  WESTMlNSlEi
O
H
Y
O
U
s
u
R
E
Y
YouVe read all about the coming development of the C. N. R. and B. C. Electric on tV
South bank, so why dwell upon it further.
As an old timer said to me this morning:   ''There'll be 5000 people across the riv|
within 18 months."
South Westminster is going to be a North Vancouver over again and here are a fef
parcels of acreage which will play a prominent part in the evolution.
55 Acres at $500
This 55 acres is in the south half of Section 29, township 2, and is a dandy for
subdivision purposes. On Chilliwack tram and Sandal roads, superb view and light
clearing,���a piece of land with untold possibilities at $500 an acre.
11 Acres at $650
Eleven acres in Section 21, on Yale, Hjorth and Sandal roads, high, dry and
with a splendid view of the Fraser and the city. Can be subdivided to excellent
advantage.
9 and a half Acres Cleared at $9,500
This piece is in Section 20. The tram runs right through it, all cleared and part
in bearing orchard, Right against South Westminster post office and a store, not
more than 20 minutes walk from the New Westminster city hall. This is eminently
inside stuff and will produce a rental to the man who wants to hold it. One third
cash.
18 Acres at $500
This block faces on the Yale and Hjorth roads in Section 27, and has a house
and barn on the Yale road side. One acre is cleared, the rest is light marketable
timber. Here is one of the chances which stand ready to make a lot of money for
some man on the south shore.   Will bring $1000 an acre before a year.
S'l
W. J.  KERR,   New  Westminster, B. C.
Vancouver Office:   313 Westminster Avenue
\:   iif \l\
h.;**
&il: ���'. 1ARCH   22,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVGM.
Fire Insurance
BetterT^int ForTburHone?
Paint   that   will   cover   better ��� look
bright   longer���and  last  nearly  twice
as long as ordinary paints.    Paint that will not
chalk, check, nor crawl���if common sense guides
the use of it.    Paint it took 17 years to perfect by
adding just enough of one special ingredient.
Money's-worth pain? tl it's -.he idea!
It's in every can of M-L Pure
Paints. Made in 40 colors fur all
paint users by Imperial Varnish
& Color Co., Limited, of Toronto.
Two 4 acre tracts in Lot 5, right beside B.
i r r. New Shops and Freight Sheds. The
Le is right.   See us to-day.
acres in Section 15 at $1000 per acre.
" "    is sur-
T(
C, N. K- own *M the rest.    This   ^^^
by roads.    Easy to subdivide.
. ��� acres in Section 30, touching the tram,
900 per acre.   This lies beautifully,  and
is no nicer homesite.
Ten acres, N. E. corner of Sec. 32, almost
cleared at $350 per acre, for two days only.
Ten acres in Section 34 at $350. House,
barn, etc., included.
145 Acres, Delta farm. All cleared, right
at G. N. R. Depot, for $200 per acre. $4000
cash handles this, balance long terms.
Five lots all cleared and five roomed house
on 1st street.   Double corner, all for $1800.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New Westminster and District.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND   DIS-
I
Manufactured by
HENLEY
NEW
Telephone  13.
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Office. Eighth  St.
Live Stock Insurance
]
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
���hone 680
ers
P.O. Box 40
f.*&*S^3*����i��,:
leaf, Mutton, Veal,
Pork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
de   twice weekly
LAND   AC IS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation farmer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase tlie following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay at N.W. coiner of Hudson
island. Applying to purchase the
whoie island containing 80 acres,
more or less, and is situated southwest of Mars Island.
OLE LEE,
SHERMAN H. FOUD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
bledown island, containing 20 acres,
more or iess. Applying for the whole
island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has   been   made   to   register   George
Troughten as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed- |
win   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Municipality   of   Surrey,   to   George j
Troughten, bearing date the 7th day
of September, A. D. 1908, of all and I
singular that certain parcel or tract
of  land  and  premises  situate,  lying
and being in the District    of    New |
Westminster, in the Province of British     Columbia,     more     particularly
known and described as:���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons ciaim-
ing any interest in the said
land by virtue of an unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interent in the said
"Lan*-ilegistry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
i ot the service of this notice upon you,
and in default of a caveat or certifl-
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 Westmlster, 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 Pacilic Railway
Company's right-of-way, thence following the westerly shore of Pitt river ln a noitheastly direction, seven
thousand eight hundred (7,800) feet
more or less to a witness post planted on said shore to locate the most
northerly corner of the Pitt River
Lumber Company, Limited, Dooming
Site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty feet (350) feet to the
1 said northerly corner of Booming
Site, said point being two hundred
I (200) feet from low water mark of
Ihaid shore; thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water mark seven thousand eight
hurtflrea and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said Booming Site; thence northwesterly to point of commencement,
and containing sixty (GO) acres, more
or less.
THE  PITT  RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W. GRAY, Agent.
Dated at the City of New Westminster, B. C, this 28th day of February,
A. D. 1910.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One. ,au_ _ muhwn ���.	
Take notice that Charles William ;Cate of lis pendens being filed within
Preston, of Madrid, occupation bar- 'such period, or In default of redemp-
ber, intends to apply for permission tion before registration, you and eacli
to purchase the following described 0f you will be forever estopped ana
lands: debarred from setting up any claim
Commencing at a post planted at : to or ln respect of the said lana,
the west end of Alder  island,    the ! and I shall register George_ Troughten
NEW
WESTMINSTER
SESSMENT.
CITY    AS-
urns & Co.
F' I
E. C. Traves, Manager.
columbia street,
jkezsttli
645
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
island.    Applying  for  the   wlio.e  island,  containing  4o   aores.   more  or
loss, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN  H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
largest Island in the Carey group, containing 40 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole Island, which ls
situated near the west end of Tumour island.
. CHARLES WILLIAN PRESTON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
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,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:���Michael Robert Barry,    John
B.C. Mills
\mber and Trading  Co.
Jebr
���NtO
.   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,  DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
10,    m.l.m�����    	
STOCK    PLAIN    AND
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
12
Box 137
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whoso aroma ls fragrant and appetiz-
Ing, a chop or Bleak with fried potatoes, or a dainty broiled chicken,
such ns wo prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, is what
you need. Wo can tempt thc palate
of an anchorite.
KENNY'S
cOPVRIOHt;
COLUMBIA  STREET,
TRAM OFFICE.
OPP.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C
I FLOUR!      FLOUR
)
IMPERIAL   V Pef  __
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .f6-75 pw Bb ���
TERMINAL I6;" P" ���* *
HINDOO FLOUR *-50 P��r ��������"
I McQuarrie &Co..FLOU"AND �����^--2L
FRONT
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One.
_ Take notice that Jolin Peterson, ot
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
,    Commencing at a post planted at
the N.E. comer of T.L. 25786, on Midsummer island, thence following said
j line of T.L. south, west and north to
ithe shore;   thence    following    shore
I westerly,   southerly,   easterly,   northerly and westerly to point of    commencement;    containing    200    acres,
' more or less.
1 JOHN PETEUSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle   Creek,   occupation   baker,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described iitnda:
Commencing at a post planted at
tho   N.E.   corner  of   T.L.   27243    on
Swanson island; tlience following line
of  said T.L.  south, west, north and
west to shore; thence following shore
southerly,   easterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, more or iess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN II. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Tak�� notice that Guy Johnson, ot
Xenla, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lends;
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 tsunul,
which Is situated at the west end of
Village island.
GUY  JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. ^^^^B Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John  Eikens,  of
Boone, occupation butcher, intends to ;     *"���-  "������- _""_." u������f��Pi,no
,    c              ,.        .i         .i ���   nnntrlnq   Alexander G. Macfarlane
apply for permission ot purchase the   uougias. 'w��"""LI ��       	
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 thc west end of Midsummer island.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
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 lt may be inspected
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first sitting of thc Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hall in the
saFd City on Monday, the 18th day of
j April next, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon.
Any person    intending    to    appeal
against the assessment must do so In
I writing  fo    be  filed    v.lth  the  City
Clerk at. least seven days before the
| first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City C.erk.
City Hall, March 15. 1910.
LAND  ACT.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
Form of Notice, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Timber Lot
37341, about one mile northeast of
head of Bi.lings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson Island, B. C, December 29, 1909.
WOOD
10 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYUSH
PRINTING
Estimates Given  on  Any
of Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone 388
NOTICE.
STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
District of New Westmlster.
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 license to prospect for coal and
Ipetroieum on the following described
lands: |
Commencing at a post marked Wm. j
E. Wright's southwest corner, set at
the southeast corner of District Lot
No. 205, Group 2, New Westminster
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 commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
We Have Clients
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
���VERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houohen, of
Iowa, occupation  farmer,  to ends  to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a port planted m
a small bay en the south shoie oj
Haiel Island, at the 8.B. point of Har
THE
GRANVIUf REALTY CO.
STORAGE!      21 OS Granville St.
Phone R4949       Vancouver, B.C.
VIDAL & BACCHUS
" PHdflE 475.
;   Phor
< >
$���,�������������*
t
i.
���
i.
'ii
������m
���r\*�� Page eight.
THE DAILY
���: ;>;.:
n.
�����:
��� *i
. .. ���
Y
t j';
y |ji
i
m
I- MM
i  " .11' I
*! '
'    lu!  i       I
,i
���'
���  ' J p
I!
',.. ,(i
11 ,'ff
3>1
v   1 '
'..''���     "-,      all
M-i*4;.fi\ :|
*      '       'ijl  '     P-
���' J-   "IY
./^ ,; ^l1
^." -tri
���*l
^    J          ''I     I '
BE',      '    ' i ���
Li    -I" I
j   '-iii            '|f     j
��� ,yj         i
!."!      .',     4
i
PUMPS
are the best.
We have them, and also
carry a complete line of other
makes. ' Call in and have a demonstration.
Our Stock of "PENDRAY'S"
Spray is NEW and GOOD.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
I Anderson & Lusby ���
���*������^������^������^������-������^
: ������**���#������#������#������#���*#
[CityJNewsJ
See the carpets at Fales.
NEWS.
TUESDAY
MARCH
*���-'���  ��T>"
** I    Pales' for furniture, Agnes St.
COLUMBIA STREET.
i
���������������������������������������������������������������������������i
X
t
STOVES
If you are in need of a new
stove or range call and see our
lines. Our goods are first class
and prices right down.
HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
1
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
A drunk appearea in the police
court yesterday morning and was
, fined $2.50 and costs. Another man
I failed to appear and forfeited his bail
of five dollars.
Mrs. Moore's millinery opening is
now in full swing. See what she has
In all that is the latest and best in
millinery. **
Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd., sold
forty lots yesterday in South Westminster. You cannot do better than
see them at once. **
Both the men who were injured in
Sunday's fight at Pitt Meadows are
doing well. Ford has a guard over
him at the hospital. He will not be
able to appear in court for several
days.
Free tuition is now being given to
intending purchasers of Oliver Typewriters. It costs you nothing to try
this machine, and only seventeen
cents a day to buy one when satisfied with your test. Particulars post
free from Mr. Holton E. Sands, 746
Columbia Street, City. ***
For tlie latest in fashionable footwear, see Sinclair's show window today. **
South Westminster lots are in great
demand at present. Hales Bros. &
Kennedy, Ltd., have a choice subdivision at low prices.    See them. **
Yesterday afternoon the coroner's
jury impanelled to Inquire into the
death of Thorlief Oddson, whose
body was found in the Fraser on Saturday, returned a verdict of accidental death by drowning. The remains
were interred in the Dougias street
cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Giles have re-
| turned from an extended visit to the
I co'st cities.
See big display of Easter plants
and flowers at our market stand, on
Thursday.     Davies  Greenhouse.      ** i
Joseph Freeman has sold his hotel
In Matsqui and will remove from the
district.
Ladies, our show window will be
lighted every evening this week. The
latest in foot-wear, as shown in New
York, is here. W. E. Sinclair, the
shoe man. **
The Fraser Valley Record made its
appearance on St. Patrick's Day printed in green ink. As a further indication that the staff properly celebrated the great holiday they publish a
Scotch poem on the front page.
Got any papering and patinlng to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson., Sixth stieet.
The Women's Auxiliary of tho
Poyal Columbian hospital held a bus-
ness meeting yesterday afternoon.
Nominations of officers, who will be
elected at the next meeting, occupied
the attention of the meeting tor some I
time.
Look over the mattings,
'em; 20c yard.   Fales.
Still got
**
THINK OF IT NOW
WILL YOU
COURSE   IN   MONEY
MAKING
Ladies,���See   the    latest   in   New
York styles at Sinclair's.      *        **
A good appearance is an Invaluable
asset���not  a luxury  but a
Ring up R 278, Royal City Chemical
Cleaners, and we will assist you.     **
N.W. Civilian Rifle
Association
The annual meeting of the above
association will be held in the office
of Abbott and Hyde, Columbia street.
on Wednesday next, March 23, at 8
p.m. All members and intending mem-
nor.p=sitv Ibers are requested to be present.
neCeSSlty' ' W. NELSON,
Secretary.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street. **
Charles Guffey, a . uuug Scotchman,
was taken in by the police yesterday
!on a charge of obtaining money under
That is practically what this school j false     pretenses.       The     complaint
against him is to the effect that about
a week ago Guffey was given $1.50
by J. M. Kenny. He was to buy some
tobacco with it and return to the
restaurant, but he did not come back.
He will appear in the police court
this morning.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster  from  Hale  Bros.
| &  Kennedy, Ltd.    These lots are in
great demand. **
Easter lillies and Easter flowers at
Tidy's, the florist, 737 Columbia St.
Phone L184. **
gives its students. Our students are
getting the pick of good salaried positions in business offices, simply because the training they receive is before all things thorough and practical.
Get in line for a larger salary.
Westminster Modern
Business School
A. L. BCUCK, Principal.
610   Columbia St.
Comfort and Economy With
Electricity
To the Housewife the Electri c Sad Iron is the greatest boon possible. No device has so lessened the household labor. The Electric
Sad Iron is so simple that a child can operate it; and it can be used
in any part of the house where there is an electric light. Iron always hot; no useless walking or waiting; ironing done in half the
time. We carry different makes and styles. Call in and let us show
them to you.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
'The Servant in the House'
By Charles Rann  Kennedy,
will be presented bv
HARRIET B. LABADIE
under the auspices ^of the Educational
Club  of  New" Westminster.
in
ST.   GEORGE'S   HALL,   MARCH   23,
AT 8:15 P.M.
Cards of Admission $1.
We Oive Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, lirms and
Individuals, and shall be pleased to
meet or correspond with those who
contemplate making changes or open
Ing new accounts.
If you haven't a Savings Account
NOW is the best time to start one
Ihe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Pald-Up   $5,000,000
Reserve     5,700,000
Total  Assets   70,000,000
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
p. ��mutp   Manager.
glifflHEIW
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first.   Our system of handling  tickets  from  the   Old    Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
English WatcY! kT
Gold Watc'jes for Ladi. s from $12/5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watch.s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CITY HOMES
4
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Bloc'.t, New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 in splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms: Four
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Hats for the Easter Maid and Matron
Lend Beauty to our Millinery
Department
Come and Choose Yours From This Superior Display
Tints of Violet and yellow tea rose, vivid
hues of the American Beauty and bright tones
of gay field Flowers mingle with every variety
of foliage shade in making beautiful our millinery section.
^
There is a hat here to render lovely every
maid and matron in this vicinity on Easter
morning���-just the right hat at just the right
price. Colors te go with every Easter gown
whether it be deep or  delicate   in   tint,  staple
black or over fashionable white.     Large hats      I	
from whose generous brims sweep a profusion of graceful plumes, smaller
ones made entirely of flowers and foliage, chic little affairs trimmed only
with a wing and fancy buckle. B
An endless variety of Modish hats from  which   to   choose   the  most
charming for your own.
Mocris  Taffeta
Underskirts
"Mocris Taffeta" is a new
material, with all the rustle a"d
appearance of a genuine Taf-
eta but with ten times the wearing ability. It will not cut or
lose its shape and it is unaffected by rain. Shown ln
Brown, Navy and Biack. Skirts
are made very full, with
shirred flounces, dust ruffles
and fastens at back with drawstring.
Panama Skirts
A Goodly A rray
$6.50 to $10.00
Black, Navy, Myrtle. Taupe,
Brown, and Two-Tone effects '"
checks and stripes. Shown in
gored styles with self-trimmings and pleated from yokes;
also new effect with overskirt,
trimmed with silk piping and
scroll designs in soutache
braid.   Ail sizes.
Each, $6.50 to $10.00
Women.
Venetian C/of.l
Suits
$17.50 Each
Special planning ib .nabled.
us to secure foi i season!
line of suits al I i sceptic
ally low price th for value
cannot be equalled hfieabooti
They are carefulh tailored���
fashioned in Blghny styles:
coats lined with good Quality
mercerized lining and furnished
with fancy silk collar; Ml
pleated skirt. Co b, Brom,
.Navy, Green estrd . sbrdln ri
Navy, and Green an I ''��� ��� I
Our Special  Easter Price, tn
$17.50
Embroidered Muslin Blouses
$2.25 to $3.50
Hundreds of New Blouses, attractively designe.l and carols
made. Some styles feature the new Sleeves with gathered pufTs��t
elbow, and tight cuffs. All are made with fronts and sleeves *
pretty all-over embroidery in eyelet and shadow effect A mnl^
of styles fasten in front under a box pleat, others with buttoned
back.    Sizes, 32 to 41. Eact $2.25  to  $3-50
Tailored Linen Waists
$3.50 Each
Pure Irish Linen materials made up Into attractive Walts *lt��
tucked fronts and Gibson pleat; laundered collars ami < iff*' Slz(rS
34 to 40. Each $3.50
Waists of Fancy Vesting
$1.65 Each
Vesting, or Brilliant, is a splendid washing material; permaM��|
finish. In this instance it Is made up into blouses with Gib��*J
pleat, fancy pocket, laundered collar and soft cuffs.   All sizes
Each $1.65
Misses' and
Small Women's
Suits, $22.50
Suits of fine quality Chevron
Worsted In shades of Taupe,
Tan, Olive and Reseda. Coats
are 7-8 fitting, nicely trimmed
with soutache braid; skirts
with yoke and pleats; braid
trimmed.
Each   $22.50
"REYNIER " KID GLOVES
Easter Shoivini
Now Reaft!
The announcement that our new Kid Gloves are here will '"'
welcome news to many of our customers who have been awaltlnl"
the arrival of certain sizes and colors. The same reliable "ne9
which have given such general satisfaction during past sear "'^
here again in new shadings. A8k for "Regnler" Gloves.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
���:l..iii'4
UwiJllMfc
__MM0tt�� ,-���   ���

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0317405/manifest

Comment

Related Items