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flRE
'Th^es * CO.
���"JIw  WESTMINSTER.
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
'JO
CENTS.
HUB
KOMBER 82.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13,
HE OPTIMISTIC
MORE MONEY EOR
ERASER RIVER MILLS
COLONIAL HOTEL SOLO      I EXPECT TO FIND 5,000,000
TO VANCOUVER BWE INHABITANTS IN NEW YORK
MB
f   Committees'English Capital Will Assist
Chief;    in Expansion of Big Local
Lumber Industry.
H Reports.
Jill be Marshall
J. M.  Insley Disposes of Business for
About $10,000 to C. Schwahn, Who
Takes Possession Tomorrow.
Census Enumerators Actively Engaged
in Canvassing Gotham���Big Showing Is Confidently Expected.
RACE AND RELIGION
DISCUSSED IN SENATE
RAILWAY DEAL 3M
IS RESUMED ODMf
: Da!'
r prepai
US"
Idte season
MKommlttees
committee is swiftly \ Having but recently completed the
"""���tlons i"1' llie blB cele" larSeBl timber deal on record in Brit-
rilaUt tlie second meet- ish Columbia, tlie purchase of 75,000
'was held ami some acres of magnificent standing timber
presented re- from Comox to Campbell river, the
many details which Fraser River Mills, Limited, it is un-
���Pf rran&ed till u day or derstood, is now about to transfer
r1 'e he feU but things are its entire assets to a new company.
r llv licked Into shape. i From what can be learned here the
EvLi brought to bear on' deal is in "effect a reorganization of
Ujui-,, Mis ^^   (u   l;ike  the company, some new directors join-
^"H proue alon   again this   ing the old.   lt  is further stated that
r'1,1 baiter having resigned, a large amount ol English capital is
"'"' '��� i.,,,��� to serve on being brought Into the new organization with the object of expanding the
present enormous business, today
classed as one of the largest lumber
Lr'wlil continue to
Elland do all to
fcmmittt
v, and
celebration along
iis power
For  a  consideration  in the neigh-1
borhood of $10,000, .1. M. Insley yesterday disposed of the Colonial hotel, I
business and stock in trade, to Charles !
Schwahn, a Vancouver man who ran
the Fountain hotel on Cordova street
about four years ago.   The purchaser
will  lake   possession   tomorrow,   and
will probablj make a numbei of alterations and Improvements to the bouse.
Mr.   Insley   has  not   yet   decided   on
his I'm ure sphere of activities.
The sale does not Include the site,
which is owned hy Mrs. Macnamara, ulstlon, was 4,030,00(
now  of  Vancouver,  but formerly  of
this city.
The Colonial hotel is the oldest II-'
censed   hostelry   in  this  city,  having
first   been   granted   .i   permit  to   sell ,
���   n   it  being mad
point
of French Canadians Commission to  Delve For
Facts of Great Waterways.
-Ready to Start Work.
Request
for     Representation    on
Bench Discussed.
New York, Apiil 12.���The prediction
is made tonight by many that when
the 1,740 census enumerators, who be-
gan their canvass of the city on Vn- i
day have completed their task, they
will have counted the noses of at
least 6,000 000 poisons.
The census of 1900 gave this city a
population of 3,437,292, but for several years New York has had a hazy
idea thai it has left the 4,000,000 mark
far behind, and one estimate made
on January 1. based on the voting pop-
1.
Edmonton,   April  12.���Tlie  railroad,
commission  opens at ten o'clock  tomorrow morning in the legislative hall,
parliament  buildings.    \V.  lt. Clarke,
of   the   Great   Waterways
dishing, ex-miQ-
��� willies
PROPOSAL TO HOLD
AN IMPERIAL CENSUS
spirituous   liquors   in   1850,   whe
Almost   every   movement   today   is
from an  Imperial  stand-
Next year is the year of the
Ottawa,  April  12.���The senate  did
today what it seldom does, it gravely .
discussed race and religion,    lnciden-1
tally   Senator   Cloran   was   dressed
down by Sir MacKenzie Howell, who
defended  Toronto  from a  chaige  oi
bigotry   which   lie   alleged   hud   been
levelled   against   that  city.    The   ex- J witnesses
premier declared that members of the i commission
Roman Catholic religion were elected   usual   work.
to positions every year hy Protestant      Clark   and  dishing   will  anive   in
'ioionto. | tlie city tills evening from the south-
The topic arose in this way. Semi- j    During   the   recess   Walsh,    senior
tor  MacDonald,  of   British  Columbia,  counsel for the commission, lias been
drew attention to a report of tlie do-! busily engaged in going through the
lhe    recent   convention    of  files    of    the    telegraph    companies.
��� I ���.ir.uiiip   nut   telegrams   received   arid
president
railway, and  W.  II. ^^
r of public works, will be the first
examined, after which  the
will   settle  down   lo  its-
mgs
of
which I picking
have bearing on the
llioiis to call on Manage.^ -o   ^   gingle   ���ompan>.
1ms  tin
ft"J-:?3te was ��,
in   the   province jcorner
argest area  of  mer- , streets
j the motion oi wi��<   ",-jr;- "{   ' The chlof shareholders in the pres-
federed tbat an WP���ftatgurf  eJ^any are President A. D. Mc-1 been
lemudiModel.'.iy.the expenbes  ^J*0���^   Davidson,   Mr.
hnber in the world.        _ j    Mr. Insley, who will severMs corn ( -_,   rf. ^ -populatlon
tt-ction with the place tomorrow, .��� ....,,,
Sent of this city  for the: impossibility
��� far exceeded what was expected.
-that anything  like  an  accuiate  esti
has ' m
French-Canadians   of   Ontario 	
that Senator Beleourt headed a depu-' sent which may
lation to wait upon tlie premier ask-! case.
~     *"" " "������"    loi'ii I     Counsel  for the various parties ln-~
in the city with the
Bennett,  for  the
es  tonight.
 TO
HYMNS   IN   PARIC
,���Ten thousand*
River park on>
noon   In   July���
Sunday school
be carried out-
on this Sunday
session    of the*
.w held and that
.~ be taken to this-
other suitable place
vacancies  park or to -some
lt May Queen.    This  appropria-   Rj^   ^
fls made every year.^ rf the ; Mackenzie &
uited that   millionaires.
To   the
Iwan MacQowan,
Edward
Chicago meat packer, and
Mann, all of whom are
past forty-two years.
PLAN   FOR  BIG CANAL
SANCTIONED IN COMMONS
PAID   MONEY   BACK
iccurate estl-1 cancies, it would have
is almost an i legitimate request to have vacancies  pain. �����   ��,         ^^^^^
I filed   by lepresentatives of the French- to sing choruses in the open air
Canadians   and  Catholics.     But   sup-1    Tuller and Meredith of New YoiK,
posing other denominations asked for  experts in Sunday school music, will
similar privileges, would it not be a be in the city in connection with the
--*��� j����nmin��.! nrovlnclal      convention    of    Sunday
Mutual
Easing committee, estimated uiai   . iuww.,..,
oiilJ require ahetit  $r>uu for his I    To   the   coming   of   the   Canadian
'lie com-   Northern with Port Mann as Its town-
the  site on the south bank of the river,
le amounting to about I'.mo.   Tills   almost   opposite  the  mills,  and   rail-
iint as was spent   way   expansion   in   British   ColUuiu.o , lBe ,JU tllI_ ^uu	
-...,i>,,���. \ in I)art the de-1 poration of a company to build a canal
Litigation    Against    Peoples    	
Life insurance League Is Dropped
irtment aud the rest of the
bes made   rough   estimates,
Ottawa,   April   12.���The     commons
railway  committee   this   morning   re-
elved the report of the subcommlt-
__ x-  v    intll 12���A former
Syracuse, N. Y., Apia/-���   ;f\ |J(_ lrt
surance Vs7ociaUon~~an$ League^ die
each denomina-   provincial
mo3t deplorable case, eacn oenuuu ~   ;
.,������ .)Q,���anrtinir reuresentation in tne
workers,  and  It  ls  proposed'
officer
cuse, w. I-, ray.- --���   , . .,   Tn
of the Peoples Mutual Life in-
Columbia  tee on the Comnee bill for tbe incor-
��u the same amoum as v.u�� ..����� . --*   ��� ,   attributed .       ,
ITW- .,.,_,  ���lonment of the company's operations , from
m Watson promised to provide |utow��J��" R, '
oodora bettei   proceselon than ( upon a gigantic
year and all the other chairmen 	
kied to be equally opUmisUo about! ���_-.,��_rien
lr depanmonts. I SATISFIED
|te meeting did not  last long and
inata\5 taken up with discussing   Dorninica Has
lltets ol ielail. I
No Fault to Find With
Tariff Agreement.
12���The   West   In-
Lake Superior to Lake Winni
peg. A majority of the subcommittee found that tlie project was feasible
tind that there was no reason why
the company should be prohibited
from constructing the canal if all public interests were propertly safeguarded. The bill will be considered to-
| morrow.
cussing the payment of .150,000 to the
society and the settlement of all liti-
       ~��     tine
"The  trustees  of  the
tion demanding representation hi u��  - be a8kPd t0 attend.
senate and on the bench.   After a nun-, tn.��       " tion and others, will be-
toed years of peace and harmony | ���| ���^gat a banquet on Thursday
,, estlons of race and religion shou d mJJ8" Manitoba hall. The ban-
beSowed to die out, and should ��^nlng �� w ami&y scbooB
St be brought before public bo die.      g*jSSi* asslstant_sup_erintend:
5t be Diougm u*;.u. ^ r	
vatinn    slin-     -i-n��   .. Sir Richard Cartwright, who brought superlntenaenn,, .m.-,..,���.. ,
society  with one exception paid back  the lall< t0 a close> said that as the ents- secretaries and some other offline money they received for Its trans-   n��t|�� had b(-'en raised in the form eers     Kev. J   A. Bowman, provinclai
fer    Lieutenant Governor White, wbo  of  a  question  he  would  be  glad  to president, will preside, and an address
received $"0 000 as a debt due'frora   supply the answer.   Such a delegation will  be   given  by   W. H.  Irwin, the
':   '���-->  Mnnnn   nnrt|had  called  upon  the prime minister provincial secretary.
������������'    ...iti,    rtoleeatlons i 	
XTevtar wnWbuVd' $30,000, and
^.w!���,   of the   First   National
WITHOUT A COUNTRY.
will  sue  the  Farmers  Bank  of  Tor-
|ICE ELLISON OFFERS
SITE FOR B. C. UNIVERSITY
'Ictorla, April 12.���In    connection
h the bid which will be made by
enterprising cltlzenB of the Okan-
In for the establishment    of    the
pndal university In that district,
: Price Ellison, provincial minister
Ms and representative of the con-
London. Apri. ._
dies Royal commission report states
that the recent tariff agreement between Canada and the l'nited States
will remove all fears of Jamaica, Trinidad, Grenada and Dominica that the
latter would retaliate if a preferential
trade arrangement were made with
Canada.
JURY RENDERS PECULIAR
VERDICT IN MURDER CASE
S^u���aiUSSSinpE CONDEMNS REMOVAL
ee site of one hundred acres, in   I Ul L,  uun��
OF MMEVILLE COLLEGE
B "V suitable, should the universe selection committee 'regard '
i favor lhe proposals for the loca-
_______% ln the Interior!    	
P6 Offered site   may   be selected   Director  of  Quebec   Institute
ijrtothe southeast or Immediately
ping the city limits of Vernon on
north.   No   conditions    whatever
itiached to the volunteered gift,
"iRli Hon. Mr. Kllison anticipates
'other Interested landowners may |
'to the donation.   If another loca
Montpelier,    Vt,    April    12.���"Not
y reason of insanity," was the
the Dementrlus
  Mikales,
also  known  as  jaim-a  .���..^..ell,  was
charged with the murder of Mrs. C. G.
Mascott,    wife    of his  employer,  at
Bane on July 26, 1300       ^^^^
There was no apparent
guilty h
verdict of the jury ir
Mikales murder case today
as  James  Mitche
directors   of
the  Fai~   .^^^^^^^
onto to recover on a certificate of deposit for $150,000."
NOVEL PLAN OF THIEVES.
Pumped Fumes Through    Keyhole   to
Lull Guard While They Robbed Safe.
Brussels, April 12.���A robbery ot
the most Ingenious kind has just been
perpetrated at a jeweller's shop ln the
Hue Beuve, which Is much frequent-
ed both by day and night.    Thieves
9, by shooting. I entered  an  empty  house next    door,
motive for the'climbed along the roof, brooke through
I thp akvlight of the jeweller's premises
I and   as  was   usual  with   delegations
of the importance and weight of this
had been promised thnt their repre- ~~~~~
sentations   should  receive   considera-1    New York, April 12.���Joseph Uber-
tlon.    Sir Richard said that for forty-  aU, connected with a law firm at No,
seven  years  he  had  had  experience  3J  Broadway, seems to be In a lair
with   tlie   affairs  of  Canada  and  he  way  to  rival  Edward Everett Hales-
, could testify that there were no peo-  famoiftj   "Man   Without  a    Country."
pie who gave more consideration to   More  than  that,  the only  placj    lathe feelings of other races than did  which U bei all seems to have any right,
the  French  of  Quebec.    This closed   to  reside is on some body of  water
the incident. dividing the United States from Can--
{ada.    His  predicament Is the result.
! of having taken a half-hour trip Into.
Canada last October.
C berall arrived here from Austiia.
���   rwnher  30.    1906.    The     ' "���*-*-
MONEYED RUSSIANS ARE
1 on October 30,
Austro-
Dis-
of Part He Played
missed Because
in   Recent   Embroglio.
crime.
The prisoner was sentenced to the and went downstairs,
state asylum for the insane at Water-      They evidently knew that the jew
bury, eller's brother, the only person in the
house, slept in a room on the second
COMING TO THIS COUNTRY S*^^S___?_\
PORT ARTHUR RECEIVES ,���..
_*.������,. vuiofless MESSAGE| soporific fumes through t
��� - -  .,���    Tl,e jeweller's bro-
:*,. ~ay with a bad he J
ache and found the room still full
in I    r-,,. . . . ... . .
ITS  FIRST WIRELESS  M
first
   _ ^^^^^   eived   at
r was takeji today by the
Port  Arthur,  April  12.���The
wireless  message   ever    rei
I Port Arthur       ^^^m
Montreal, Apr
n 12.���By the terms of
Home and
�����i from fie'steamer Aii-
oa, asking to have BCOWB rea^ t
unload some heavy macWnerj  wmci
floor.   Working silently, they pumpeo
 ..tt>n fumes through the keyhole ot
ed door.   The jeweller's bro-
)ke next day with a bad head-
1 found the room still full of
fumes.   On going down to the shop he
Fifteen Hundred Will Migrate to Bet-
Land This Autumn���Germans
ter
to Send Scouts to Canada
the locked, door.      ,
ther awoke next day with a bad headache and found the room still full of
fumes. On going down to the shop he
found  that  jewels  valued  at  $30,000
had been stolen.    So far there is no      London,   April  12.���A  ml
���      *- ti,��� ��i,ipVpS of   1,500   Moldavian,   Walhu
rii,����i:in  Deasants with  met
. lie  tiiu m^w .,	
zen, he having been ln prison lu Austria.    Under the law he could not be
deported on this ground alter he had
been here three years.
I    But  after  he  had been  here    two
! years eleven months and twenty days
I he went to Niagara Falls, crossed Into
(Canada and came back. Therefore his
last arrival In the country was withltt
A  mixed  party  the three-year limit, and the Immigration authorities at Falls island order-
He  appealed    to
ichlan   and
clue to the thieves.
Russian  peasant	
Bersabia in the aulumn for Canada
It Is expected that many more wl.l
follow from the same province. There
ls also a movement on loot among
numerous agricultural colonists under
tlie southern government for the despatch of *********-- ���
and sturJ
year
means leaves  ed  him  deported
Washington and the decision was confirmed.   Then he took the case to the
Federal courts, where Judge Hand Is.
puzzling over It now.
Under the law an Immigrant, If deported, must be sent back to the coun-.
em govornnieiu m.   ��     - lllch he came.   bo, u v*nn-
a  pioneer  party  of 7*0M   Ju ��<���� h    muBt be sent to
v emigrants to Canada next   *M �� ttepor^ ^ ^^^ lm,ulgra-
un .    ..  .t,-i,.t :lR those of the
|fm N'ew i:n,i;,���d"u.lt^ad'co,m   %*���<** SS'hli charge
P'a Projected auxiliary branch of  dismissed from
! Brand  Trunk   rallw
Ptlrough ithode Isla
r outlet at  Providence
and It is
will not he
[���������<-<>'. ><>ao������������������������
4
ary branch or  mp�� '��       .   , ���1C cou,.fto will no.   ���
Way,   a   direct  ��l^��*Ht St  John.    It ie doubt-
nd with a Bsa-.eBtaWlshed at w _egume 1(s
lul   '    '"; does Archbishop BrUOh-
                   Iwork, bu   II U,,lmsM;t,.0���olitan of the
Montreal.  April  i-     ' 1)(, I Hnmnired.   The type cam.      _  _._,
. .. n,n u rueholdeis oi in
report to tho shut
iinlon Coal compans^Pre ^ & wn._
.sident Plum-
ffSf& floor and s-eTeral form plod.
Ready ior Big  Business.
h'lti.h,,, vprll 12.���Marconi's
Sr'tani manager states that
pa lew day8 the company will
' m a position to accept mes-
wges for direct transmission
10 Canada.
esl' <>f WfflS   wm��apCpolht its di-
Montreal distiltt, ^'" "il
mer this afternoon tirgeu n��, ,. ...        The wreckers  were  frightened  away
ger of amalgamation of the Dominion   before finishing the job.   Two sledge
Steel   companies
hut
"Know, has caused quite ��� ��*�����
4fnMSd\ffthgehcX?S-
orally oxpei>teA tfat   �� t0    wln
thorlties   '"i'l  HttU   cba
their case before ttf ��J��o
Coal  and   Uominion  S^-..
would  prove  a  wdse  thing,  but   the
question was one for Individual share
holders themselves to settle.
Too ^'VTo^ack^Johnson,
Chicago,   Ai.rll   l..-J<"'K
������������
**-*�����������������������������������, concerned.
J Si, case be[ore ^ ��ac.      ��� f01.     Chlongo>  W����^^SZ-
*> of ^TKvd^te?co*mmanlcaUnS the who began ��^'trX feflrlee found
hammers and a crowbar were u
The paper wlll be issued today on
a 10x1 press. The Dally Record has
a number of bitter enemies In the
town. A. R. O'Brien, the editor, is on
the steamer Cottage City, which will
arrive In Seattle Thursday.
jnltoba to Be Wei
^er-Dempster Une Fails to Get
Export Rate on Goods for B. C.
 charging  for the  all-rail  haul
111 has handed down an In-  wntenl witli ^ds,to~tIie railway com
ttl'lJ"             ..,���<,n(niv  tlu
April   12.���The    railway
(���J,,>ntr .,
Jn'��i^lc 
Hrm de.!��lo"n~toUln7''^th  ex- company     . .
<!.j   K   Tl'e Elder-Dempater lino  mlsst��n ror_on
m I,,!!!'1,1:. wlll('h mns between Mon
  Not
ith this, the" Elder-Dempster
u" <"'��.     ..     nlllway corn-
compelling the
allwny  company to charge only  ex
Instead of domestic rates
S>C M   ,olln and Mexican ports   port rates ins Montreal
C'"" ' agreement with the  on   goods   sh PP��        ,      d {or
KSffi?. }}��"���y   ����**.   and  ?^��^iwSKft which wojrtd give
St.
Brlt-
the gyuma��iuui ^���
day  and  contented  himself  with  an
auto ride into the country.
Democratic Candidate Wins.
New Britlan, Conn., April 12.���-At
the annual city election here today
i James M. Holl(oran, democrat, was
elected mayor over Orson V. Curtis,
republican, by a majority of 022. The
rest of the republican ticket, tlie majority of the nominees being up for
reelection, were elected by a large majority. The city is nominally republican by a majority of about 1,600.
First of Oil  Burning Fleet.
''th the". ", waa able- 1" conjunction     j"��' ������"���"j.e|d" thel
hasted lines, to carry goods from   mission upneia^
,        Anril ii-Distinguish-
Bath, Maine. Api 11    - boat de.
ed as the first of tht l���v A with
stroyer fleet to be e^'PPclu9lveiy,
burners for burnins on * ^
the Paulding ^''S works. No
noon by  the  Bah  lr n      {or
Manitoba to dc  ?���������� Represented.
Winnipeg, April 12.���The Manitoba
Provincial Sunday School association I
will be represented by thirty-one dele-
gates from all parts of the province j
at the  sixth World's Sunday  School I
convention, which  will  be    held    at
Washington, D. C, May 19 to 24.
Charles Tupper Married.
Edmonton, April 12.���At All Saints
church at noon today Charles Tupper,
eldest son of Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, of Vancouver, and Miss Mary M.
Dickey, daughter of the late Hon. A.
R Dickey, of Amherst, N. S., were
married, the ceremony being performed by Archdeacon Gray.
Invitation to Roosevelt
Issue Oversubscribed.
London, April 12.���The Western
Land company's issue of (1,600,000
five per cents was greatly oversubscribed today.
Farmer Fatally injured.
Winnipeg, April 12.���Alexander Phillips, a farmer of Roland, Man., was
fatally Injured to.'.ay by being thrown
from his rig.
Bishop Dart Sinking.
Up to un early hour this morning
the condition of Bishop Dart was
practically unchanged. He ls conscious bdt seems to be gradually
growing weaker.
tion laws are as strict as those
United States, and   he    undoubtedly
would be turne.l back.
Ills best chance would seem to be^
a houseboat on the Niagara river or a_
camp on the suspension bridge.
���������������������������������������������������������
The   Right   Kind. ���
London. April 12,-Two women owning 110,000 called at thfl
Canadian Pacific Railway office yesterday, desiring to take
up a quarter-section of land In
southern Alberta.
��� ���
���������������������������������
�� + ��>������������ +
Pulp Wood Exports From Quebec
Mast Be in Manufactured State
Quebec, April 12.���If the people of
the United States want pulp wood
from the crown lands of the province
of Quebec they must take it out of
the province either iu the shape of
pulp or paper. Premier Gouln this
announced   ln  the  legisla-
de-
Wlndsor hall, Montreal.
The   announcement   had been
layed, however, because threatB at a-
tariff  war  between  Canada and  the-
United  States had arisen.   Hla go*--
eminent  had no desire to embarras-.
, the federal government and so it hadT
"ast
lc��nt.
.^nada to British Columbia  the class oi     ������       properly
ln,s for about twenty-flve per   was  asked  m
tl'un the    railways    were  freight.
Point
leu
a3*����ssra!��w*-'p��*1
Southampton. April 12.���Mayor Morel, of Southampton, has sent an Invitation to Colonel Roosevelt to attend a public luncheon to be given ln
his honor on June 10, the date upcu ' ment io
which he expects to sail for home.       I nounced
afternoon   announceu   m   ....v,   ._=      the leaerm ��������=.���......	
s that  It was   the  policy   of  the I delayed   making  Its   po'.lcy   ofllclaliy
ernment, and that It would be put I known, though this delay had not bee��
a effect almost  Immediately. ""    ~" �����������-nm��nt_
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it was the Intention of the government
to increase the stumpage dues, wblefc*
have not been raised for ten years, by
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, Af>RlL ���
Classifieydyertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���ROOM WITH OR W1T11-
out board by young gentleman.
Write box C. C, Daily News.
WANTED���TENDERS FOR SLASH-
ins about eight, acies on Tenth avenue an.l Armsiroiii; .street. Particulars, apply S. Fader, city, or
Walker Uros., Edmonds.
WANTED -- EXPERIENCED MAN
for real estate work. References.
Good proposition. P. L. Secord &
Co., 460 Columbia St. Sapperton.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TA1LOK-
ess. Apply A. S. Neilson. Sixth
street.    Enter by Cunningham hall.
WANTED���WOMAN���AGE IS TO 30
���to help with general housework.
Two children. Good home tmd
wages. Apply Pi entice, 1S37 Napier street, Vancouver.	
WANTED TO RENT ��� BY YOtJNG
couple, with best references, small,
well furnished modern house or
apartment.    A. D. V., this_office. _
WANTED^��� FURNISHED HOUSE
for four to six months; small family���no child; en. F. J. Hart & Co.,
Ltd.
LOCATING   SCRIP.
Land    Seekers  Start  Out  to    Stake
3,500 Acres.
Edmonton, April 12.���For the purpose of locating something like 3,500
acres of South African scrip, a party
of a dozen land seekers, under direction of E. H. Reid, Iand guide, will
leave tho city ""ruirow morning, for
Athabasca Landing.
i inn is on.' oi the first locating
parties to leave the city this spring,
and is probably the first one to locate
South African scrip, it is the intention of the party to locate the most
of their land in the vicinity of the
Landing. They are lured by the prospects of the early completion of the
Canadian Northern railway to that
point, and by the attractive reports of
the quality of the land in that district given them by Mr. Reid.
Mr. Reid himself has located 320
acres of South African scrip six miles
southeast of Athabasca Landing, and
finds it a most desirable location. He
strifes that the land in his vicinity is
excellent for farming purposes, with
plenty of water, and enough timber
for all purposes. He hopes to locate
several parties in that section ims
spring.
INew Advertisements
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
SURREY SNAP���Good till 2 p. m. today. The southwest K of section
25, township 2. Price $101 per
acre.   Good terms.
BRENING   &   CO.
General Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Rooms 5 and  6.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
BECAME A  "MAN" TO
ESCAPE TWO SUITORS
About    4    acres   with   waterfront   in
block 1 Burnaby; car line going tlu
SURREY���25   acres   in    bection   2/j    whole length;   $6,000,
Township 2, facing on Hjorth road; i
$425 per acre; terms.
WANTED���TO KENT BY MARRIED
couple, one or two furnished rooms
close to business section. Address
Permanent, News Ollice.
WANTED���ACREAGE IN  BURNAIIY
suitable  for  subdivision.    Reply  to
Bona Fide." News Office.
WANTED���SIX TO EIGHT ROOMED
cottage; fully modern; close in;
good location. Write P. O. Box 176,
City.
WANTED ��� A GOOD HUSTLER
knowing real estate business. Apply Room 4 and 5, Merchants Bank
building.
WANTED���TO RENT ONE OR TWO
pleasant furnished rooms or small
furnisheS house by married couple.
Address A. B., this office.
Solman's  Little  Scheme.
Lou Solman's proposal to donate a
championship cup for competition
among clubs of the world looks like a
frameup to shelve the Minto cup. Just
as long as the latter trophy was held
in the East there was never any talk
of another cup, but since the New
Westminsters brought the vice-regal
silverware West, the Eastern folks
have done more or less talking about
another trophy. Mr. Solman can take
it for granted right now that the West,
ern clubs will continue to regard the
Minto cup as being emblematic of the
world's championship, and they will
conunue to play for it and on other.���
News Advertiser.
SURREY���35 acres N\ 2 of E'/�� of Section 35 Township 2; $225 per acre.
SURREY���Southwest .i of Section 27
Township 2; price $90 per acre.
$55 per acre buys 160 acres of good
land on Great Northern railroad,
the southeast U of section 30. township 10, Langley. Known as the
Mrockie place; 40 acres cleared;
house, barn, fruit trees, etc. A going concern.
SURREY���N.W. 1/4 of sec. 24, township 2; good soil and near Yale
road; $78 per acre, $4,480 cash; 6,
12. 18 and 24 months .
SURREY���$400 per acre buys 120
acres on Hjorth road.
SURREY ��� $650 an acre buys 4 12
acres on  tram  line known  as  lots
7 and 8 in section 30, range 2 west
l	
SURREY���A fine subdivision or
ranch; 40 acres; the S.E. .4 Sec.
33, range 2, W.; price $350 per acre;
good terms.
Lot 9, block 3 of "L" district lot 29
in Burnaby; $350.
2 Acres cleared land in Burnaby on
Hastings road; flve minutes from
city   car,   ten   minutes   from   new
tram.
40 Acres in section 6 in ward 1 facing coast Meredian road in Surrey;
$250 per acre.
SURREY���18 acres; 4 acres cleared;
facing on Townline road; lots 2 and
3 of N. E. 1-4 section 31, township
2;  price $350 per acre.
R. T. PRINCE
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Books Opened on Approved Systems.
SURREY���3,000 feet of waterfrontage
containing 100 acres; price $21 per
front foot.
STABLE MANURE HAULED AWAY
regularly, the whole year round.
Arrange with B. C. Nurseries, P. O.,
City.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP FOR CASH. A
200-egg Petaluma incubator in good
condition.    Apply H.  I., this office.
FOR SALE ��� WHITE LEGHORN
eggs; single comb; good strain; flve
cents each. Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWENTY CORDS OF
wood.    Apply S. J. News Office.
FOR QUICK SALE���34-FOOT PAN-
eled counter, with 3 foot solid fir
top ,tit $2 per foot, Apply to Herbert
P. Vidal, Custom Broker, Market
Square, City.
FOR SALE���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage; lot 50x132 cleared, fenced;
one block east of Twelfth Street
car. Price $1,400, terms. Apply,
Owner, 1024 Tenth Avenue.
Agent for the
HALL  SAFE  COMPANY
CIncinnatti, Ohio.
P. O. Box 795. Phone L 578.
Office:   Room 9.
Westminster  Trust   Block.
VICTOR  A. JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone 681
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT���ON TENTH STREET,
facing Moody square, 6 rooms
<YV. C). Immediate entry. Apply
Smith, 1007 Sixth avenue.
FARM TO RENT ��� TO RENT OR
lease by the month or year, small
Jarm at Sunbury, good house and
ibarn; easy terms. Apply K., this
���office.
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
FOR  RENT.
TO LET���ONE NICELY FURNISHED
bedroom.   703 Agnes street.
TO LET���SIX-ROOMED COTTAGE.
Vacant May 1. Rent $23. Apply
1221 Hartco j. treet, evenings, between 6 and  7.
FOR   RENT���HOUSE    AND    FOUR
Lots  in   Burnaby,    near  car  line.
1 _(Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
'-etc.    Rents $12  per month.    May
lease   for   six   monthe   if   tenant
,  suits.   Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
FOR   RENT���HOUSE   AND  4   LOTS
in Burnaby, near car line, i rooms
and bath room, pantry, etc.    Rents
for $12 per month.    May lease for
-3 months if tennent suits.
TO LET���COMFORTABLE ROOM
for aie or two ladles, close to car.
(115 Hamilton street, city.
FOR   EXCHANGE���FIVE    ROOMED
'House and  lot In Vancouver, value
-$2f)0fl,  for  house  and  lot  in   New
Westminster.     Apply,     Box   P.   R.
I   .News Office.
FOR  FIRST CLASS
JOB PRINTING
GO TO THE
ARROW PRESS
739  FRONT ST., WINDSOR  BLOCK
"roprletress. Mrs. M. Domlny.
REWARD
Fifty ($50.00) dollars will be paid
for Information that wlll secure the
conviction of the preson or persons
-who damaged shade trees on Blackford street, or of any person damaging boulevards ln the city.
By order, W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, March 29, 1910.
Guichon Hotel
Newest   and   Most   Up-to-Date   Hotel
in the City.
SURREY���20 acres, the south half
of northeast Quarter of section 33,
range 2 west; $425 per acre, Quarter cash.
SURREY���$160 per acre buys 40 acres
of good land, the west half of the
northeast quarter of section 16,
township 2; good terms.
60 Acres in section 36 in Surrey;
about 20 acres cleared; $275 per
acre.
BRENING   &   CO.
General  Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Rooms  5  and  6.
Merchants   Bank   Building,
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686.
A. G. MARSHALL,
South Westminster Phone F507
SNAPS IN WATERFRONTS.
150 acres of good land under crop,
with 30 chains of waterfront. Price
only  $500 per acre,  on  terms.
St. Louis, April 12.���Two mm desperately in love with her, though she
cared for neither, led Miss Lillian
Lowengren to don man's garb. For
two years she worked as cook in a
restaurant and lived in a rooming
i house, where her closest associates
did not know she was a woman.
She drank whiskey, swore and did
other "manly" things so well that she
allayed all suspicion.   At tlie City hos-
1 pi tal,   where  she  is  under  treatment
1 for Injuries received when she rolled
: out of bed and out of a third story
window at her rooming house, she told
; a strange story.
"More than two years ago," shi. said,
"I was a working girl and two    men
made  love  to  me.    I  didn't care  for
j either,   but   they   persisted   In   giving
i their attention.   I was not used to the
ways  of  this  country, and  I  quickly
saw that a woman has no chance here.
j She  is  always  petting  attention   she
j does  not  want lf  she  works    for  a
! living."
DEPLORE SALE OF
MK PICll
Dr. Bode Severely Cnticl
for Allowing Brita3
Buy Art Treasures,
Berlin, April 12.���Dr. Bod
detractors���and  then    ,
their name is legion, are
afresh for allowing a Wo.
lection   of   Chin,-.,    ,    nZ^n-\
captured by the British mus J
collection was got tc���
man lady, Frau VVi   1
exhibition   last
��� s G��J
ire n,ai,yj
:-:"-"'!ilill��|
ether by ,1
TO  PROTECT ELEPHANTS.
14 acres excellent land with house
and buildings, with 21 chains waterfrontage. Railway through property.    Price $8000, quarter cash.
160 acres nearby all cultivated, exc 1-
lent land, waterfrontags North Arm,
near city.
; Paris. April 12.���Moved by the
' threatened extermination of the elephant a number of prominent French-
linen have formed a society called "The
I Elephant's Friends," which, from Its
' offices at Montmartre, will endeavor
Ito check the slaughter of the ele-
j phants of Africa and other parts.
Among those belonging to the so-
'eiety are several members of the institute, M. Bourdarle, the well known
I explorer and General Famln, of the
I French colonial forces.
"The elephant    species."    says    M.
j Tournier, the general secretary, "is on
ithe road to disappearance. The Roose-
' veils, great nnd small, take pleasure
I in exterminating them; they slaughter
on the average 40,000 of these beasts
every year;  and in all the fastnesses
of   Africa  there   are   not   more   than
325.000,000  elephants.
The society will plead for the preservation of the elephant, not for sentimental reasons, but for practical
ones.
and ,.J
J<;"'  al   the   ii
Royal  Academy  of .\ns. "
Prior to the exhibition tv
administration of the PriisrimTT
Museum of which Dr. iiode (���
head, expressed the opinion!
paintings were not genuine t�����
ly Japanese copies, and dijwj
to Frau Wegener, wh��� |lad 0jJJ
sell the pictures to them xrt|
have been bought by '!, BriM
eum under conditio) consW
more favorable than llu
Bode   rejected.    Local ,��� 1
Bode regime cite tl pininn off
ous art dealers as to the colled
and point out that it makes the oil
lar judgment of the Berlin art]
thorities utterly ridiculous "Then
paid   for   the  200  Chinese plctj
I remarks Herr Fritz Stahl, <.,��� 0||
Iiode's most implacable enemies!
I much   lower  than that of the [J
Leonardo bust."
SURREY ��� $175 per acre buys 20
acres facing on Roebuck road;
known as Lots 10 and 11, Sec. 34,
Range 2 west.   Easy terms.
40 acres, with waterfront.    Sunbury.
Good terms.
One   acre   waterfront,    qnarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
BURNABY���$100   cash   and   $15   per
month buys a flne large lot on Third
avenue, Burnaby, near city car line.
BURNABY���Two quarter acre lots
near Second street; an Ideal location; price $300 each; easy terms.
BURNABY���2 large lots near city car
line; price $250 each; one-fourth
cash, balance $10 per month.
COQUITLAM���Two and three-quarter
acres on Pitt river road, including
house, barn; running spring on property; on surveyed car line running
to mills;   price $1,750;  easy terms.
LANGLEY���On Surrey line, 80 acres,
the west 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 of section
34, township 8; price $80 per acre;
easy terms.
MATSQUI ��� A   snap   joining   Aldergrove townsite; 23 acres; the N.W.
23 acres fronting on Yale road.    A
flne   subdivision.    Price   $115   peij j
acre; easy terms. |
40  feet  waterfront,    three    minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
Apply for terms.
A. G. MARSHALL,
Estate Office.
South Westminster
Phone F507
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
6 Lots in West End for $2,100.
MILLER  & JEWHURST.
Opposite City Hall.
Room 7 Thompson Blk.        Phone 669
'"~~v~"~w~mjRmEY]
106 Acres, facing on Townline road,
S 1-4 miles from waterfront. Price
$100 per acre.
80 Acres  in  S.  E.   1-4  Sec. 34, Tp. 8.
Price $M per acre.
The  east 80 acres of  S. W.  1-4 Sec.
32, Tp. 8.    Price $75 per acre.
Scott Road���We have a number of 5
and 10 acre blocks; close in and
right on car line from $200 per acre
up.
8  Lots on  Sixth  stret car line;  $250
each; easy terms.
Kennedy Subdivision acreage at $225
per acre;   near the tram line.
4 Acres close to Kennedy Station on
new car line. Price $1,350; $550
cash, balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
This is splendid property, and ls
increasing in value rapidly. Call
and see us about this If you want
to make money.
FOR A GREATER BERLIN.
Prizes Offered for Flins for a Bial
German Capital.
Berlin, April 12- Plans for a'GrJ
er Berlin" have just been winked 1
as  the  result of a prize coop��tM
between   leading  architects, build]
and town  planners.    Prizes of {;,:
each have been awarded for schem
.which peer three generations Into]
i future and contemplate the Berlin tl
wlll be In the year 2,nun, which ll]
ed as the period when the capltal-1
teem with a population of lo.n'ifl.OOl
I    Meantime it ls estimated that ml
and traffic will have tripled by 191
.and that the population wlll then |
'4.300,000, or roughly double the prd
ent total.   In 1950 the total wlll real
0,450,000, and ln 1975 It will agsrcsaf
' 8,250,000.    "In a population of ROOf
000," say the professors who capturJ
ithe second prize, "we divine a (_
, peril for Berlin, a pnil for filch 1
I must be prepare,!."   It Is proji��j(
! avert   this   danger   by   a  far-lift li
plan to regulate the construction!
street   buildings  and  parks so call
fully that overcrowding will be pra|
tlcally impossible
Surrey ��� 10 acres in section 34;
house, barn, and several acres
cleared; price $375.
CITY���6 room modern house on large
lot on Fourth avenue and facing
city car line. A beautiful home.
Price $3,500; easy terms.
Some   very  good   lots   in   Sapperton;
near  tram  line  and  school;   below
market  value.    Suburban  1  and  2.
KELLINGTON BROTHERS.
Corn-r Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680,
160 Acres in  Section
Price $400 per acre
anee 6, 12 18 and 24
24, Range  1
;   1-4  cash,
months.
W.
ial-
North 40 acres in S.
N. It. 1 West. Price
1-4 cash, balance 6,
months.
W.  14  Sec.  6,
$2<)0 per acre;
12,  18 and 24
41-2 Acres on Yale road; under cultivation and fenced. Price $1,050;
$300 cash, balance C, 12, 18 and 24
months.
Whitney to Lay Corner stone.
Kingston, April 12.���The corner-Mi
of the new Chemistry building
course of erection al Queen's win
slty ls to be laid on ConvocationM
April 27. Sir James Whitney,Premi
of Ontario, has acceded to tlioteijuel
of the board of governors, an! will r
present on the occasion to lay til
stone. The Ontario legislature wi
give a sufficient yearly ���-���rant for Hi
years to erect this building, which��'_
cost about $100,000.
Cafe Adjoins.     First Class Service.
Columbia 8t. New Westminster.
Phone 18.
J. W. PAY
LANMCAPE tAROENHR.
Tweatr years experleaee at lawns,
boulevards,    eeddlag.     grading    and
pruning   or   all     kinds.     HaUefactlon
guaranteed.    Orders solicited.    Apply
KELLINGTON BROS.
Begbie Street.
We will buy two city lots close to
car line���must be market prlcea and
easy terms.
WILSON, COOK A CO.
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Ground Floor.
Phone 141.
Open Evenings for Yeur Benefit.
A. C. MARSHALL
South Westminster Phone F507
Acreage  and   half  acres;   near  tram.
Easy terms.    South Westminster.
Five and two acre blocks and    cutoffs.    Easy  terms.
35 City Lota. Scott Koad station.
$150, third cash, balance 6, 12, and
18 months.
15 Acre farm; well stocked anl ln
good cultivation; with furniture
and equipment.   Easy terms.
120  Acres;   $200 per acre;   close in.
Good terms.
15 Acres; all under crop; 6 cows,
horsee and equipment; $5000; $200o
cash, remainder on terms.
132 Feet on Colambla street, New
Westminster; excellent view; double corner, with residence.
Twe excellent lots; North Vancouver;
double corner; $100 cash, balance to
salt.
40 ft. Waterfront ; three minutes from
tho bridge;  $50 per foot.
APPLY���
A.  G.  MARSHALL,
Real Estate Office. Phone F. 50?
South Westminster.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing it. Patrick's ball. Plans
and specifications can ke aeen at Bt.
Louis college, A. L. Lares? and
Small and Bucklln's office.
Tenders to be extended to April
16, 1910.
FATHER O'BOYLE.
Bank of Montreal
MT IfiUUUD 1115.
CAPITAL /.f 14,400,000.00
REttERVE 11,600,000.00
���nucha* throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng.
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. B. A., and Mexico City. A general-
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deports
received in sums of $1 and upwaid,
and interest allowed at S per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totn.'  Assets over $168,000.OW.OO.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
*\ -       BOWELL & ODDY
Orner Eight* Bt nn��   Fifth ATenfte
J PHONE 17a
Here's Another Chance���yesterday's is sold.
Large Lot on 1st Street between Third
and Fourth Avenues, facing Queens
Park. Price $2,000, one-third Cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
Builder's or Speculator's Bargain
$2000 cash will handle these 6 lots with
modern 8 room house in that beautiful
residential district bounded by Pine st.,
4th ave. and 3rd st.   Price $10,000.   .   .
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St. nesdav,
APRIL 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
,crosse Goods
jaseball Goods
HIGH MEAT PRICES
NOT All DUE TO TRUST
Increase of Population and
Decrease of Supplies Part-
Tackle
. rp       |     ly Responsible.
Y'S
guy Early while
|ck is Complete
ia Street���C65
l^r ffestff-inster, B. C.     ^
-t';: ; ;'^ ,33EBH8BIBsS
1. SPECK'S      j
SPECIALS!
  ���
in, and Second Hand   Purnl-   %
tjre Bought   nnd   Sold
Lents for  Baynes'   Carriages
L Capital  Milk   Separators
Ibcond-Hand    B.cycles    from
$.0 to   $25.00
GENERAL   REPAIRING
Front Street
Phone 275
������������*���***���* ������������������#������
I
Ineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
LVne U. Office. Eighth St
The meat trust Ins not everything
to do with the scarcity of meats in
the United States and the steady Increase in price that Is driving housewives with limited household allowances t<> distraction. 'I be number of
food animals In the United states has
decreased 5,000.000 sine,, moi, and the
number <if consumers hns Incre l
12,000,000 in the same time, Bays the
Washington correspondent of the Ottawa Globe.
This is the result of an analysis by
the Bun au of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor, ol I lie
census i stlmates of population and the
Departmi nl of Agriculture s estimates
oi food animals in the years L901 and
1910.
The term "fond animals" Include In
this Intsance all cattle, sheep and
swine in the Unlti i States as estimated bj the Departmi nl of Agriculture,
and the term "consumers" Includes
all of the population as estlmati d by
the census.
'l'he  Depart ment    of   Agriculture's
figures pul the total number of cuttle I
in  the   United  Stati s on Januai y   l,
1901,  at  62  1-::  million;   sine;.. 59  3-4
million, and swine 57 million, a total '
of 17!i  million.    For January 1, 1910,
the  estimate  is,    cattle,    69  million,'
sheep. 57 1-1 million, and swine -17 3-4
million, a total of 171 million, a   de-|
crease of five million In the aggregate
of the three groups of food animals.
The census  estimates   the   population
of the l'nited States on June 1, 1901,
at 77,647,000, and un June 1, 1910, at
88,!)12.hi)(l. an increase of a little more
than 12,000,000 in tlie population while
the number of food animals was declining about 5.01)0,dun.
In  the  meantime the total value of
e food animals In the country  has
A Scene From "The Red Mill," at the   Opera House Next Friday Night, Ap ril  15.
NOVA SCOTIA EDUCATION.
Cost $1,229,834    Last Year,    Premier
Murray Reports.
Halifax,  N.S., April  12.���According
to a report in the House of Assembly,
IMPORT   NEW   INDUSTRY.
Silk and Lace Workers from Nottingham Got to America.
London, April 12,���A new Industry
is to be inrtoduccd into the    United
&<__&_;������ -va-is^LagS^'-ga^
;.*.+~a-JLm.^rm\-~. .---��u__rS*m*v
brought  down     today    by     Premier  States from Nottinghamshire.   A num.
THE MKAt.S AT THE
.ytton Hotel
\m prepared hy expert white
w��totattie cleanest and most
| niter tttcben   In  the  city.
���MEM TICKET   $4.50
Nn wh0 wires your house places
T��riini> (.|p(.tn
So p|ace
���I once.
'iny tit  your
your  orders
t
increased despite the 1 eduction in
number, the Department of Agriculture estimating the aggregate farm
value of the 179,000,000 cattle, sheep
and %swlne in 1910 at $943,000,000. and
the aggregate farm value of the 174,-
000.000 at $2,368,000,000. T'..��� give's
au Increase In the aggregate value
of 22 l-er cent., while the number was
declining a little less than 3 per cent,
the Increase in tlie average farm value
per animal of the entire number of
food animals being 2a 1-2 per cent.
Cattle  More  Numerous.
The one class of food animals which
shows an actual increase ln the period
In Question Is cattle, of which the number In 1901 was 62.333.870, and in
11)10, 69,080,000, an Increase of about
11 per eent, while the population was
increasing about 16 per cent. The
farm value of cattle In 1901 ls put at
$1,411,737,08(1, and ln 1910 at.$1,697,-
761.1100, an Increase of 20 1-2 per cent
in value, while the number was increasing about 11 per cent. The average farm value per head of all cattle Is given In 1901 at $22.65, and In
1910 at $24.7,8, an Increase of but S 1-2
per cent ln value per head on the farm.
In the markets,however, beef pi ices
showed a much larger advance, the
New York wholesale price of "family
beef," as shown in reports to the Bureau of Statistics. Department of Commerce and Labor, being $12.50 per barrel in the first week of January, 1901,
and' $16 per barrel ln the first week
of January, 1910, an Increase ol <s8
per cent.
Prices of grains show advances also.
The quoted price of corn in the New
York market in the first week of January, 1910, was, according to the Bureau
of Statistics figures, -15 3-4 cents per
bushel, aud in tlie first week of January, 1910, 71 1-2 cents per bushel, an
advance of 56 per cent; oats In Janu
ary. 1901, 2S 1-3 cents per bushel, and
in January, 1910, 49 1-2 cents, an advance of 75 per cent; of wheat, in
the first week of January, 1901, Sl
cents per bushel, and in January. 1910.
$1.30 per bushel, an advance of 60 1-2
per cent.
.Murray, public education in Nova Scotia last year cost $1,299,834. The
Technical college cost $116,000, exclusive of equipment.
The milage of highway In this province, according to the report of the
road commissioner, is 1.800 miles, and
cost to the province for upkeep was
$217,500.
TO  RAISE SUBMARINE.
interesting Apparatus Invented and Is
Used in Cherbourg.
Paris, April 12.���At the present moment there ls being tested at Cherbourg an invention for raising sunken
submarines. The experiments were
made with tlie submarine Narval,
which was purposely sunk. By means
of the invention, which ls kept an
absolute secret, divers'went down and
succeeded In closing the gap and fixing the tube through which compressed air Is forced Into the vessel, driving out tlie water. When sufficiently
lightened the Narval refloated herself. In view of tho success of the
experiment the Inspecting officers
have decided to recommend the minister of marine to adopt the invention.
ber of young hand-fiame knitters are
on their way across the Atlantic to
work in America at very high wages.
They will take their own machines
and will make high class silk and
lace ties, motor scarves, shawls and
veilings���goods for which America
has hitherto been dependent on iin-
poits from England and France. The
imported workers who come from various villages in Nottinghamshire, wlll
be paid $25 a week, rising in a month
to thirty.
I        TO BOOM NIAGARA FALLS.
Council to Co-operate With Board of
Trade in Promoting Publicity.
Niagara Falls, Ont., April 12.���The
city council tonight decided to meet
with the board of trade Friday night
to devise ways and means for the appointment of an industrial commissioner to advance the city's Interests.
The matter will finally be left in the
hands of the ratepayers.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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80 BRANCHES
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BRANCH
1 Bracey, Mgr.
B.   C.
VICTOR  HERBERT.
Victor 1 lei belt's latest composition
s "Tho Red MM," which will be
icai.l at the Opera House on Friday.
Mr.    I lei belt    was   bin n   iti    Dublin,
Ireland, February l, I860, and, as tha
grandson  of  the  distinguished  poet.
dramatist, musician and novel-
Lover, he comes by    Ids
nd artistic talents naturally,
child he was talt! ii to Qer-
became a student of music,
prominent  position   wus  at
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
cash down buys the best business prop
Begbie   street;   C
Columbia, main street.   Balance very easy.
$2000 erty    on    Begbie   street;   close    to
A SNAP
painter,
1st.   Salllli
musical b
[.When ti
1 many am
lllls   first
first 'cellist of the court orchestra,
Stuttgart, al  the age of twenty seven.
i His exceptional ability was not long
pent up iu the provincial German capital however, and he was soon winning laurels in this country. Alter
a number of years devoted to composition during which he established his
reputation as the foremost light opera
composer ln America, lie was engaged
'to conduct the Pittsburg orchestra.
Later his selection to conduct two
sets of philharmonic concerts in New
! York during the past two seasons was
Ion eloquent tribute to the weulth of
his reading.
Mr   Herbert's.comic opera composl-.
tlons comprise an extensive list of pop-
I ular successes, among them The
Prima Donna," In which WW Scheft
!has   starred   for   two   seasons;    The j
Tattooed  Man," Frank Daniel^ offer-
ing; "The Singing Girl." ;���e ForK��M
Teler," "The Idol's Eye/' 'The Wl*
���rd   of 08, Hie   Nile,"   "Cyrano  de
He ge ao" "The Serenade," "Babes In.
iToyland." "I.lttle Nemo," and "It hap-
I pened In Nordland."
Mr   Herbert  Is  the
$2000
cash down buys 160 acres "of land, rich
black soil, sub-divided into 20 acre
blocks facing Stave Lake Road, price only $16 per
acre The timber itself is worth more. The Stave
Lake Power Company is going to have car service
there in the very near future.
APPLY
C S. News Office
A block of 10 lots in Sapperton.   Price $225 per lot.    One
third cash, balance 6 and 12
months.
A block of 18 full sized lots in
Burnaby, beautiful view.
$450 each. Terms to suit the
purchaser. Sold singly or en
block
We have Buyers for Houses in all
parts of the city.   Owners apply to
The British Canadian Securities
Company, limited.
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:    The Dominion Trust
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15th.
Martin & Emery Co.'s Complete    Production of the World's Greatest
Operatic Sensation
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SHOW CASES
chief  agitator
tectlon of composers against the phon-
oRr"ph and talking machine companies
whichappropriate music: wi^t Pajr-
in* for It It was he who flrst canea
ptonSnU records "canned music."
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAILINGS-ALL KINDS OF WOOD.
WORKING���DESIGNS AND E8TI-
V MATES  SUPPLIED
^: NEW WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING COMPANY J
J. BROOKES, Proprietor v
WORKS-Corner Eleventh end Carline. PHONE 473
Music by Victor Herbert
Book by Henry Blossom
Presented With Every Detail as Characterized Its Unparalleled Engagements of One Whole Year Knickerbocker Theatre, New York;
Four months Grand Opera House, Chicago; Three Months Colonial
Theatre, Boston.
With a Select Company of uMWaWaW
60-
SIXTY PEOPLE-
Including
60;-
BERT O. SWOR as CON KIDDER
FRANKER WOODS at KID-CONNOR   ��
The Famous Dutch Kiddies
A Beauty Chorus of Forty-40
Special Augmented Orchestra |
VICTOR HERBERT'S SONG HITS���
The Streets of New York, Every Day Is Ladles' Day With Me, Because You're You, Whistle It, Go While the Goin's Good, Mignonette, ��
A Widow Hat Ways, Good-a-Bye, John, The Isle of Our Dreams, , .
You Never Can Tell About a Woman, I Want You to Marry Me. < ��
8eat Sale Opens Monday, 11th.
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The Daily News
.Published by The Dally .News Publlsn-
Ins Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   und    Victoria
Streets.
<C A. Paige Managing  Director
COW BEATS WORLDS RECORD.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL  13, 1910.
AIDING
INDUSTRIAL
MENT.
DEVELOP-
Extensive and important developments in the way of new industrial
undertakings are coining about in
..every direction around the city of New
Westminster.     Such   activity   in   this; ounce ot fo0il given  her,  as  well as
respect as  is  now being experienced   every ounce of  milk and  butter she
Gave   80   Pounds  of   Milk   Daily���Pro
duced   29.27   Pounds  of   Butter.
Utlca, April 12.���About twenty-two
miles south of this city, near Solsvllle,
a cow has just distinguished herself
by smashing the world's record in the
amount of milk and butter production
in a seven-day test. Farmer Eugene
Lamunlon had a cow which was producing milk and butler in such quantities that he had to milk the animal
i four times a day, so he took advan-
] tagc of a privilege granted by the
State Department of Agriculture and
called upon the department for a test
of the cow, the State to pay one-half
of the cost of the test and the owner
the otber half.
A representative of the State Department and another dairy expert
from the Cornell Agricultural college
came to the farm, and for thirty days
they  fed the animal, weighing every
WEDNESDAY, ApR|
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LEES LIMITED
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has not before been known, and the
���creation of a busy manufacturing area
produced.    The   result  was   that  tho
years  11  months  and 23 days old
cow has smashed the world's record,
An and about the ltoyal City is prac-  nQt on,y fof the production  of C0W8
-tically  assured  in  the by  no  means j at that age, but of the best that a
distant  future.    Each day  brings its | cow of any age has produced.
batch   of   enquiries   and  of   business
men on a trip to this district to spy
out the land and discover a suitable
Lockhart de Kol No. 101,514 is thc
highly poetic name of this extremely
practical cow, and for seven days she
gave over eighty pounds' of milk each
site for a factory.   Not all these turn  day and produced 29.27 pounds of but
up trumps, of course, but a goodly
percentage find that the reputation
spread abroad in regard to the favorable situation and circumstances of
Mew Westminster, as a location for
manufacturing purposes, is thorough-
4y sustained, and desire to establish
operations here.
It has happened, however, on more
vfrhan one occasion lately that an industrial tlrm desirous of placing their
.factory in or about this city has
Sound difficulty in securing a
���which possesses good deep
frontage.   Tiiis difficulty is due to the j
ter. The highest record for this age
of cow was liT.OH pounds of butter in
seven days. Farmer Lamunion was
offered $. ,500 today for the cow, but
he promptly refused it.
DOUKHOBOR  COMMUNISM.
From "The Letters of Betty I31uo,"
by Jean   lilewett, in April    "Canada
Monthly"   (formerly   Canada   West).
Communistic  life  is  a  thing    that
grows on you.   Down in yonder bouse
with  tbe  blue  smoke  curling    from
site I the chimney, the baking for  the vll-
water|lage is done.   In another is done the
washing, in another the spinning, ln
another the weaving of rugs and
fact that practically all such sites, [cloth. The bake woman is not proud,
for some distance up and down and j though her apron is a good half yard
on  either  side  of  the  Fraser,   have  wlder than that worn by her sisters.
There is no emulation, no faultfind-
2000 Yards of
New   Carpets
Go in Stock
Today
been already snapped up, and the
Xew that do happen to be still on the
���market are being held at very high
figures.
There is, however, a very flne area
of land, with the best of deep water
aud all the requisite facilities for
the accommodation of large ocean going vessels, on Annacls Island. From
lhe shipping point of view this place
lias also the advantage that vessels
remain in the main channel of the
river and have not to go through the
(bridge to load or discharge their car-
sees. Annacis Island has found favor
with several Industrial prospectors of
late, but has not proved accepable to
���them for the unfortunate reason that
It has no connection with the main-
Jand. We happen to know of one case
in which the head of a large manufacturing   concern   in   the   States   is
ing, each goes on with the task given
lnt her hands without let or hlnder-
ence. It is a matter of training, I
suppose. Now with us lf one woman
undertook the baking we would all
be clamoring for her to use our recipes; if one made our dresses we
would choose the pattern or know
why; and we would all be busy helping the spinner, weaver, etc., we'd
never get our own share done.
Imagine one woman taking care of
all the babies! Not a word about
"my nurse said" this or that���the
Doukhobor woman has no nurse;
not a word about the doctor's opinion
on the merits of hot or cold milk���the
Doukhobor women have no doctors.
She has just her own common sense
and training which tell her the other
woman knows as much as she does,
She lets it go at that.
Beautiful Axminsters.   >Viltons  and
Brussels
Art    Squares
and Mats .   .
Tke    CHOICEST      PATTERNS      In    All    Canada
400 NEW RUGS,
WE INVITE YOUR  INSPECTION.
Our Great Cut-Price Sale on  Fine Furniture Continues until Saturday.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73
Successors to Lee's Furntiure Emporium.
716-718 Columbia st. New  Westminster
prepared to expend a quarter of a mil
lion dollars upon buildings and plant '0f*MJ-s
on this island if he could secure com
munication with this city.    And it is | one  mile  east  of  Palmyra
pretty   certain   that  there   would   be j twelve miles west of here, was today
other firms ready to establish works
in this position if the necessary con-
BODY OF WOMAN FOUND
DOUBLED   UP   IN   TRUNK
��� '       m
Hannibal, Mo., April 12.���The body
Gertrude Maxwell, a wealthy
widow  who lived alone on .her farm,
which is
nection were provided. There are
over eight hundred acres on Annacis
island available for development and
found in a trunk at her home. She
has been missing since last Wednesday. A club was found in the room,
but the body bore no marks \of v)'oi-
lence.
Mrs. Maxwell, who was about sixty
years   old,   was   fully   dressed.    Her
if this were connected up with the kness were bent so that her chin
mainland a large and very important j rested on them. On Wednesday last
industrial  settlement  would  soon   be   she te'ephoned a physician  that she
in evidence there.
Such a town would be of the greatest advantage to the commercirl interests of New Westminster, and it
seems to us that in consideration of
���such  a  circumstance the  city  might
Thaw Has a Chance.
Pittsburg,  April  12.���Unless  exceptions are filed by his creditors, Harry
K.  Thaw will soon be discharged in
as well provide the desired means of I bankruptcy.|   Referee Blair today filed
hit final report, recommending that a
discharge be  granted.
was   ill   and   he   prescribed   for   her
over the telephone.
communication. This could best be
effected by the erection of a bridge
���over Annacis slough, thus connecting
Annacis with Lulu Island. The latter
has already bridge connection with this
<aty and will shortly have a car line
running to its extremity. A bridge
across the slough would probably not
cost more than thirty thousand dollars anj the investment of this sum
would be In every way warranted by
the return in the way of trade that
would come to the city. With the
liulu Island line continued over the
suggested bridge and across Annacis
Island, the latter would virtually become an integral part of the Royal
���City. There is no doubt that if the
industrial development of New Westminster is to go ahead something in
���the way of what we have suggested
will have'to be done. It would seem
xhat now is the time to take advantage of what is certainly a golden
/opportunity.
���PROMISING OIL DISCOVERY
NEAR   THOMPSON   SIDING
Ashcroft, April 12.���Messrs. Chata-
way and Leitch who lately doscovere.l
petroleum deposits near Thompson
���Siding, brought a large quantity of oil
.shale to town, portions of which they
are forwarding to the Dominion and
Provincial Assay departments
In the presence this morning of several citizens the finders, of what is
we believe the first of Its kind discovered in British Columbia, ignited
this oil shale which clearly showed
the presence of oil, both by the easy
manner in which It flamed and by the
fumes.
This find may lead to an  entirely
new industry in tlie famous    Tliouip-
:u302 Valley.
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WATERFRONTAGE   AND   TRACKAGE	
We have a number of these, but we want our list extended so
that we can suit all comers.
We are specializing in these
We have choice residential sites at Edmonds, 66x166 feet. Price
'^50; 1-1 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months. Five cent car fare
and water s; stem, etc.
Nothing  better in  the country.
PATTERSON COMPANY
657 Columbia St., and at Edmonds. Phone F 208.
Th* wonderful progress of Canada ia Qhutrated by the (act Out tha
tnaj* Cocoa ia tha world ia made thara.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Ii tbe purait and the best and la fait becoming the bavaraga
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
r
A Rare Investment
I
Two 5 Room Houses close in, near
to car line, on one full sized lot,
$3000 for the two, 1-3 cash, balance
6, 12 and 18 months. These houses
could rent for $15 each per month.
.V.
H. H. LENNIE
650 Columbia Street. Phone 596
58
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this collection, and delighted with the lovely creations thai bavelUjU
come to hand. Smart tailored waists in a pleasing collection ol
white and striped effects. Lingerie Waists, embroidered a\d tuck.
styles in charming variety, and elaborate Net and Silk Waists,
exclusive styles that will especially appeal to stylish dirssers. Prica
to suit long or short pocketbooks.    Call and inspect them,
More Curtain Muslins, etc
Just new In today.   "Prettier than ever," will he the verdict wheal
you see these late arrivals.    Cream Madras in a wide range of i
signs  in self color and three-tone patterns. Fancy Casement CM
cream with stripe and also with   colored  designs,    Colored Cable!
Nets and Venetian Scrim in a large assortment of colorings. ���From!
25c  to    \\M
Art Muslins, 1 Oc. a yard
Exceedingly pretty designs ln this inexpensive Muslin. Good col
orings. well printed, and excellent value at the price Also extii
wide, Flowered Art Muslin, in Green, Green and Blue and Green and
Pink combination; 38 inches w.'de.    Per yard    ,5e*
Colored Table
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Turkey Ited with various right designs; reversible Tho washing
qualities of these cloths is well known to all.   Good large 8lze, fl*
Turkey Hed Damask, with light colored or green d> sign, spot"'
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Perhaps your appetite Is a little sluggish In the morning? The"
Ereakfast at the "ROYAL CAFE"���Everything is so clean and dainty.
and the food so delicious and appetising that you're certain to en. y
it.    Prices are moderate, too.
THE ROYAL CAFE
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4**n APRIL
13, 1910
THE DA1LV NEWS.
PAGE nVB.
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GardenjPreshnessorSA^yl
fit CHAMPIONS
fli at GIVEN CUP
WESTMINSTER MEN WIN
TWO BILLIARD GAMES
Offers Trophy! Coldicutt and Watt Defeat
intermediate lacrosse     Opponents.    Andeberg
K��'officers and Schedule;   {   and Grant Beaten.
Canadian Northern
Townsite
���Right in  amongst It.'
meeting   of   tbe   New
intermediate   Laotf>ssve
held last evening In
ade room In the City
���s,#ster
<"nf'tru- .���
kwarf0 ���1IL.,i in  the election  of
Bwlng up of a schedule
r��thsr business.
'io     announced    tbat    he
J* '"      cud   foil   competition
** fteams In the city league
rlte    was unpremeditated and
Pre6��
[donatio"
conditions   for
I
In good billiards in Vancouver hist
night the New Westminster men won
I two out of tbe live games, Coldicutt
I beating Gordon for the second time in
the series and Watt scoring Ids lirst
' win by defeating Brown by 21 points.
| Grant called off his game with Robinson when it was about half finished.
He made a close shot, which he
thought scored.    The referee was not
' watching   the    play    attentively    but
Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea*
producing country in the world. Ask your grocer for
a package to-day you'll like it
���- Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb* ������*
Lot 14 in Section 20���Five acres o'i
Hl-Jorth Road; $3,000; 1-2 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
80 Acres in Section 21���$450 an acre.
TERMS.
: called it a miss.   The majority of the
understood that it  spectator thought that the shot had
,��� lertv of the win-. scored,   but  the  marker   held  to  his
Prop     -   ���   - -''decision and Grant refused to go on
score when this
fiTad pr"P��effl
J gift, I"*'1 ln       	
l^.Ss'vt-ar.   a"d   will   not
>nb the championship every
^proposal was well received
l^fing officer for the year
a <TS    .'���        .   C    Galbraith.
ferd  executive  committee,  H.
W'Nel on, C. D.  Peele,   Roy
I'cnOsta, Swanson, W. gangster;
f   'c   o the Pacific  Coast  Ama-
pSi -sedation, J. L Keary,
D'n6 Peele was appointed a com-
I"'     t n.u. to have the names of
te^PuM, -he detent mugs
present In their possession
,P E Munn. Nels Nelson and CD.
I Me were appointed as a committee
K constitution, as the present
Sot following the rules of the
ninrs is not satisfactory.
Kas decided to hold all the gaxoes
Veen's park, as there was diffl-
lHy m getting good gates at Sap
Tt'on and the West Knd.
Thf following schedule was drawn
i without undue argument:
Schedule.
Sapperton vs. Reglnas-May 12.
Reginas vs. West End-May 19.
rwest End vs. Sapperton���June Z.
Reginas vs. Sapperton���June B.
West Knd vs. Reginas���June 16.
Sapperton vs. West End-June 23.
Sapperton vs. Regina���July J.
Regina vs. West   End���July 14.
West End vs. Sapperton���July -l.
Reginas vs. Sapperton���July 28.
West End vs. Regina��� August 4.
Sapperton vs. West End-August 11
with tbe game.    The
happened stood 140 to 10'J in favor of
the Vancouver man,
The game between Coldicutt and
Gordon was the closest that has been
Played yet, the New Westminster expert winning by only two points. Gordon was ahead right up to the finish
and the Vancouver men were offering
odds of three to one on their player.
There were few takers as the local
men were not well supported. This
brings the two men even on the score,
both having won two games.
( Lee was sick and not able to play,
j Andeberg thus being forced to play
two games. llis regular opponent.
Parks, won by 22 points and Adio
came out 50 in the lead.
Watt   succeeded   ln   winning   from
Brown by 21 points In a good game. |
The  Vancouver  men   have  not  yet
won  the Chamberlin  trophy, as they ,
bave to win eighteen  games and Up
HERO RECOGNIZED.
James   Gallagher,   of   St.   Catherines,
Receives  Medal.
St.   Catherines,    April     12.���James
Gallagher was tonight rewarded for a'
brave deed, whereby on February 21
last he saved a young girl, .Margaret
Thorn, from drowning in the hydraulic  raceway.    Mr. Gallagher,  who  Is
seventy  years   of   age,  was  walking
along the bank of the raceway when
, be heard the girl's cries.   Heedless of
i consequences, he plunged Into the icy
waters  and  affected  a  rescue.    The
I matter was taken up by T. 10. Dudley,
I local agent of the Royal Humane so-
> ciety, with the result that following an
| investigation  a  medal  was    granted.
This  was  presented  at  the    regular
: meeting of  the  city  council  tonight,
| when a large number of citizens were
in attendance.    The presentation was
| made by Mayor McBride, who compli-
Imented Mr. Gallagher upon his brave
1 deed, pointing out the value of    the
medal, which ls granted by the society
having Karl Grey and other prominent
men among its members,   lie expressed his pleasure in presenting the medal, which be hoped the recipient would
long live to wear and enjoy.
Mr.  Gallagher   made  a  brief reply
. ALGMW  LACR0S3E  CLUB
ELECTS SEASON'S OFFICERS
Tlie officers of the Calgary Lacrosse
Mot the coming season have been
SteAulollows: I
Patrons. Mayor   Jamieson,     R.   B. ;
iBenneu.W.U. Cushing.
Hon. president���M.   S.    McCarthy,
in. p
Hon. vie. president���J. A. Walker.
Hon. second vice-president���W.   M.
avidson.
President���Dr Hicks.
Vice-preslilent���Joe Moir.
Second vice-president���J. Harris.
Manager and    captain���Allan    Mc-
lonnell.
Executive���lun  Sewell,  C.   Waugb.
',1.0'Oara, Joe Moir, F. Gravelle.
Joe Moir will be chairman  of tho
isecutive.
nave  lo  win bi^uvov*.  r	
to the present have won only seven
teen.    If they win one  game of  the
next series played here next Tuesday
tbey   will  become  possessors  of  tbe
trophy.
Coldicutt has announced that he wlll
play any member of tbe National
Sports club team here for any amount
from $100 to $500.
In the games last night Robinson
made the high break, making 52 right
ut the start of his game with Grant.
The following is the score in detail:
New Westminster���Coldicutt, 200;
Watt, 200; Andeberg .ITS; Andeberg,
150; Grant, 109;  total, 837.
Vancouver���Gordon. 198; Brown,
179; Parks, 200; Adle, 200; Robinson. 140;  total, 917.
English Racing.
Newmarket, England, April 12,���The
Pltzwilliam slakes of 16 sovereigns
each, with 200 sovereigns added for
two-year-olds, distance four furlongs,
was won today by H. P. Whitney's
Late FrivoUB filly. Lawrence Water-
I bury's Alster Cross was second and
Stanton third.    Ten horses ran.
of thanks for the medal, but his attl
tude appeared  to  be that of a  man
' who considered he had done nothing
' out of the ordinary.   The mayor then
'pinned the medal on Mr. Gallagher's
breast amid the applause of all present.
IRVING STATUE NEARLY READY.
on
AERO CLUB WOULD
REGULATE AIR TRAFFIC
Paris, April 12,���The Areo Club of
France has placed before the Minister i
of I'ubllc Works a series of sugges-
Memorial or Famous Actor to be
View in June.
At last London is promised its long
waited Irving memorial, though it appears that it has not been the particular fault of anybody that It has been
so long delayed. Thomas Brock, the
sculptor, has been so busy on the
Queen Victoria memorial that lt was
impossible for him to get on with his
Irving statue. However, Tl is now
definitely stated that at the end of
June or beginning of July next the
j memorial will be unveiled by Sir John
: Hare. i
The statue is to have a very fine
I site, back of tbe National gallery, and,
. very appropriately, opposite the Gar-
j rick theatre.    There the vast public
���who loved Irving will have the satisfaction  of  seeing���to  quote  his  son,
Laurence Irving���"his features set up
in the street, amid the noise and tho
COUNTY COURT CASES.
At the regular sitting or the county
court yesterday Judge Howay disposed
of a .eat many cases. Most Of
them were set for trial at a later date
and some were thrown oat, only one
or two being settled. The following
is the  list:
Corbould & Grant vs. E, Hepworth;
$225.25; trial fixed for Monday, April
18, at 11 a. m.
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing
company vs. Kwong Man Tai. (340,91;
case dropped from list and action dismissed.
Kinney   vs.   Carlton;   $109.55;   next
court.
J. C. Allen vs. E. B. Deane; $1,432.-
62;  stands till April 18 at 11 a. m.
Hill-Tout Lumber Co. vs. Pittl-
plece and Crawford;  $75;  struck out.
Hattie Hobbs, vs. George A. Campbell; $71; Judgment for plaintiffs by
consent with costs.
Catterwood and Watson vs. Sylvester; $200; trial fixed for Friday, April
22. at U a. m.
C. West vs. H. West; $15; settled.
Small &. Bucklin cs. W. Laughlin;
$15; settled.
Erlckson, Gustaphson vs. Olsen and
Vancouver Power Co.; $861; trial
[ fixed  for  Thursday, April   21,  at  11
a. m.
I    F.   Kearsley  vs. DeVoy   &.  Owens;
'$285.50; trial fixed for Tuesday, April
19, at 11 a. m.
Ellis vs. Pitt River Lumber Co.;
$87.12; trial fixed Tor Wednesday,
April 20, at 11 a. m.
C. W. Saunders vs. J. H. Thompson; $75; trial on Thursday, April 28,
at 11 a. m.
J.  Manhire vs. W. J. Kerr
day to be fixed.
Trapp   vs.   Nelson;   trial  for   April
29 at 11 a. m.
Broder vs. R. P. Rithefc & Co,
trial fixed for May 2 at 11 a. m.
10-Acre block on Main Road���$475 an
acre.
t
12 Two-acre blocks in Section 30,
Block 5, N. R. 2 West. B. C. E. Ry.
runs through and close to these blocks.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
THE   SURREY   SPECIALISTS.
Phone 85.-628 and 746 Columbia St.
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$800;
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.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Eight roomed house, barn and three
acres of good pasture land to rent on
new Yale road; about fifty yards from
bridge approach. $25 per month. Apply to W. J. Kerr. **
-      /".vtn'the subject of tho memorial
Sges- ] .,   t m00ted there was some dif- ,
&wK>7^^ b^een actors
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL.
At   Danville,    Va���Danville,    11?
Greensboro, l.
At Richmond���Richmond-Rochester
llEastprn league);  rain.
South Atlantic League.
Lynchburg���Toronto    (Eastern
���Lynchburg    (State
At
Ileasu
rain.
At
league);
Augusta-Augusta, 6; Columbia,
Jacksonville, 4;  Sav-
At Savannah
pnnah, 0.
At Macon-
I Called end
-Columbus, 1;   Macon 1.
of  ninth  inning;   rain.)
Lacrosse  Players'  Union.
I Toronto, April 12.���A lacrosse play-
tts' union is said to be the newest
Wne In lacrosse circles. Some of the
Payors In Toronto who do not think
>��ey are getting all that Is coming to
tic.    One of these Is for __
privacy of enclosed spaces, like court
yards  and  gardens,  by  making  it  a
punishable offence for  pilots to cross
such property at a height of less than
fifty yards, or to halt  above them at
less  than 500 yards,  while towns in
j general are to be avoided.
i    The scheme does not show how such
regulations  shall     be     enforced;     it
leaves it to the Perfect of Police to I
find a way to Identify and overtake
offenders against the laws of the air.
For their own  protection, airships
are to be provided with some kind of
horn with which they will signal to
each  other before passing;   and    the
Aero club asks that    owners    of all
buildings over forty yards In height
shall furnish powerful lamps to make
their roofs clearly  visible at a   distance, and they  want the    name of
every railway station painted In let-
tors a foot long on its roof.
and actresses as to the form it should
take.    Miss Ellen Terry was one of
the most notable dissenters from the
statue proposition  although  she  subsequently came into line    with    the
general  desire.    Miss Terry  suggested instead the institution of a  museum,  library,  or picture gallery,  on
the lines   of   the   Shakespeare   Memorial at Stratford-on-Avon, an ambitious scheme which obtained the warm
BUpport of, among others, the Bishop
of London, Mr. Balfour, John Burns,
Mme. Sarah Bernhardt, Sir Lawrence
Alma-Tadema and Holman Hunt.   Mr.
Brock's  statue  is  in  bronze, but Its
character is being kept a secret for
the present.
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 quan
tity.
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
I them.
Bald  to  be  contemplating
I Btting together in an attempt to
���i��e salaries, Just what minimum
W would name, or whether tbey
Would
Whistle blows
'Milt work  when the C< o'clock
  are questions that have
1,01 Vet been decided.
\AiiA*m*r's Horse Wins.
Wldemersn wWemer'8
S? atUBngbeln les'Bains, today.
,  _ ,��� ntv iand Suburban.
Betting on City ana     beltlng on
London,  April  \- ...   Minoru,
the City and Suburban 1 ���  V
6 toi; Ueanhwif t, 8 to i.
100 to 8!  Sunbiight, 100 to
lueff, 11 fo ���!
$38,000
Will   Buy   Section 13 Block   5
Range 1 W. in  Surrey.   About
157 Acres.
Exclusive Sale
BRENING &  CQ*
h* New \Ve��tn,Snstcr
M������'��� ������ hanl.  Ronk  BldK. INCW
chants Bank Bids
MONTREAL INGOING CRAZY.
Epidemic of insanity Sweeps the East-
cp ern Metropolis.
I      Amil    12.���Since    last i
examination,   was   Bent    to ,
the daughter of Timotny >
on Christmas ���J��^*XcUwd
celles  and  was ���    r"'lS,ieI.   and
St^intiSiUsoftbesame^
asyium.          .
EARTHRQ^^TsPOKANE
,, ,., \ nevere shock
Spokane.April w.   ���   fle,8nwgrapb
wa8   registered   by   ���� t fi.35
af,Q0rgthe"Eelasted! n.ne-six-
��V" .;.'of a ml Ute and the resulting
rSons wei e registered over a pe-
rlod of four '"ln,1,;sg paBt and west.
^sT^rthrtrearthquake
occurred 2SW^*^^
Graduates Elect Officers
j        it,,    irr n dilates    ot    ine,
The   ^lvft%ah     lected the fol-
dty on Monday nigh   f button:
lowing   officers   Of     h< irf  Mo.
Honorary I'residcnt  i on Co_
Rrl.'e.  prime mlnisteioru Wnrd,aW
lumbia;   Ifflde" 'D fTios ' president,
Taylor.    M.A..   I I !�����.. _f   Co.
ReVl   Tidnclpal   Slpp.ellet(irytrp.i8UI.eri
lumblan   college.   �� Professor
W. P.  Hfln8'0Ld,;.eH  D  Robson. Rev.
It Will Pay Vou
S.S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling   Company's Wharf, New Westminster
With   Passengers   and   Freight   as   Follows:
REGULAR SAILINGS
Leave New Westminster Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday atad Sunday at 7 a. m.
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMODATIONS
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Limited
wcvai  va/fstMINSTER
NEW WESTMINSTER
i
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
WWORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
EL 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 the occurrence of
the accident by which he was Injured,
EMPLOYERS, and business men can ill afford to assume the risk
of this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business firms
Is sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TT O go to law means lass of time,  money, endless  annoyance  and
B 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 aud reduce
your expenses to a minim um.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy ln the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and
be relieved  from all  such annoyances -      "  "
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PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
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ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
\    Phone 62.    "Th. In.uranc. M.n"    657 Columbia PAGE SIX.
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TENDERS  FOR   SUPPLIES.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, at New Westminster,
li. C, and endorsed on the envelope
"Tender for Supplies" will be received
up to noon of Monday, 11th day of
April, 1SU0, for supplying Ship Chandlery, Hardware, Groceries, Meats and
Coal, required for the use of the Department of Public Works at New
Westminster, 13. C, until March 81,
1911.
Tho supplies furnished must lie of
tho best quality of their several kinds
and must be delivered at the Government wharf, New Westminster, or
where specified in the form of Tender.
The Department reserves tho right
to accept the whole or part of any
Tender.
Forms of Tender may be obtained
at the office of the Resident Engineer,
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster,  13. C.
Tlie lowest or any Tender will not
necessarily be accepted.
G. A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Department   of   Public   Works,  New
���Westminster,   B.   C,   24th   March,
1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority will not
be paid for it.
LAND ACTS.
CITY OF NELSON LOSES
A REMARKABLE PRISONER
Honorary   Prisoner   at    Lockup    Had
Freedom of City���Saved Corporation   Money   Past   Winter.
PLEASED AT  PROGRESS
OF   OKANAGAN   HERDS
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, 01 Vancouver, iinus.i (^oiuu.uia,
occupation contractor, intends 10 ap-
1*0' lur permission 10 purciiase u,e
loiiowing described lands:
bouiiiieiicing ai a post planted at
the soutlieusL point ot uie lbiaud situate about, four (4) chains trom 'limber mmi. Au. 381^3, tneuce lioiineny
and westerly and southerly and c>usl-
eiiy around tno snore at low Hue
lo place of commencement, containing
lour   acres,   more  or   less.
ALiiXA^UEK   McLENNAN.
J. F. 13AGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
NEW     WESTMINSTER     CITY     ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision.
Notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for the year 19lu has
been returned to me, and remains iu
my office where it may be inspected
by any person having an interest
tnerein, until the sitting of the Court
ot Revision.
The first sitting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessment Roll
will be heid at the City Hail in the
said City on Monday, the lSth day of
April next, at 11 o'clock, ln the lore-
noon.
Any person Intending to appeal
against the assessment must do so in
writing to be filed Vrith the City
Clerk at least seven days before the
first sitting of the court.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cierk.
c.''v --tot;. March IR. 19m
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND   DISTRICT.
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 the westerly shore of Pitt river in a northeastly 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, booming
site; thence at right angles to said
shore a distance of about three hundred and fifty feet (350) to the
said northerly corner of booming
site, snld point being two hundred
(2d0i feet from low water mark of
said shove; thence southwesterly and
two hundred (200) feet from said low
water mark seven thousand eight
hundred and thirty (7830) feet, more
or less, to the southwesterly corner
of said booming site; thence north-
westerly to point of commencement,
and containing Bixty (60) acres, more
or less.
TIIE   I'ITT   RIVER   LUMBER   COMPANY, LIMITED.
T. W, GRAY, Agrnt.
Dated a( the City of New Westminister, 11. C, 1 Ms 28th day of February.
.   D, 1810.
Nelson, 13. C, April 11.���Charlie
Foster, who has been the 'prisoner-at-
large' of the city lock-up for the past
winter, unostentatiously left on a recent morning, upon his summer rambles. Charlie paid no long, lingering
farewells. The door was on the latch,
and he had been informed that his
welcome was about to definitely expire. Ono morning a stillness reigned
in the lock-up when the police came
round, but everything was in its place.
The wood-box stocked, the cots made,
i and the place as neat and clean ;ts the
proverbial new pin.   Charlie had gone.
ll was on the evening of December
113 that Foster appealed to "Bob" Reid,
tho night constable to run him ln. He
claimed that he had searched long
and diligently for work, without success, and that he was broke. If he
went to a hotel, he would be arrested
when they found he had no money and
if it was all the same to "Hoi)." he
would Just as soon go in at once.
Three nights running Foster made
this play, and on the last occasion
Constable Reid told him that the key
would be turned on him. Foster
pleaded, and asked that he be sent
over as a vagrant. As a last resort
he could steal something, and be sent
lo jail, but he did not want to offend
if he could avoid it.
The upshot was that the next morning Foster was brought before his
worship, Mayor Selous, who was sitting as magistrate, and after the
whole story had been detailed, he became a sort of honorary prisoner. For
more than three months he was an unofficial guest of the city, and on balancing accounts at the end of the winter, if was found that he had saved
the  city  money.
When other prisoners were in the
cells. Foster naturally occupied the
position of "trusty," and like everything else he did, this duty was efficiently discharged. One one occasion
there were five prisoners, and Foster
was ln his element. He made them
keep clean, and he fed them well, saving the city money on the meals,
which otherwise would have been ordered from the hotels. All the winter
Charlie cut the wood for the two fires
in the lock-up kept the place scrubbed
clean and everything shipshape, and
cooked the meals that were required.
When there were no other prisoners, Charlie had the freedom of the
city, and he employed his liberty with
discretion. So far as the police knew,
he did not take a drink ol liquor alt
winter. On the contrary he employed
his abundant leisure In improving ills
mind, spending much time in tlie reading room of the library.
Charlie was a professional hobo, according to the police, but had more
intelligence and application than usually goes with that class.
On ono occasion, it is related, an
individual was seeking the police in a
hurry and, among other places, carried his quest to the door of the lockup.    A   voice answered  the knock.
"I want Chief Young." bawled the
visitor through the wooden door.
"He isn't here," answered the voice
through the door.
"Oh, is that you, Constable Ellis?"
"No, he isn't here."
"Hullo. Constable Reid���."
"He isn't here, either."
"Well,  who  the  dickens
then?"
"I'm   the   prisoner,"   was
haughty reply.
Victoria, April 12.���R. W. Hodson,
provincial live stock commissioner,
who has but recently returned from a
tour of the British Columbia mainland and interior districts in eonnec-
'tion with the dairy farm competition
in which all dairymen of British Columbia are so deeply Inter) stod, spea'<s
i with particular appreciation of the
J very rapid strides that have been
made in the Okanagan in the development of the dairying industry along
tlie most modern and progressive
lines. Th dairymen of that district
are not only greatly improving tho
quality of their stock and seeing to
it that their stabling, accommodation
generally, food, water, etc., are all that
can be desired, but they aro establishing the latest facilities in planl,
aereating all milk offered for sale,
dispensing the same in sanitary bottles, and generally proving themselves entirely up to date���very far
in advance, says Mr. Ilodson. of the
dairymen of the Yiotoiiu district.
The latter are only just beginning
to learn the advantage of modern
dairy methods, and Mr. Raper will
shortly make a big bid for the besl
business of Victorians by the opening
of a planl which meets the full re-
quiren ents of dairy sen nee. He has a
herd of upwards of one hundred blooded cattle, and is at present putting in
a plant thai is far superior to anything else of the kind on Vancouver
island.
OKDLK-HUU
REGARDING IMMIGRANTS
Regulation  Is Framed to Prevent the:
Dumping of People  Liable to Become   Public  Charge.
TALLYRAND EPIGRAMS.
French Countess Gives Some Worthy
of Her Illustrious Namesake.
Paris, April 12.���The Countess Vera
de Tallyrand, a well known social
leader in tlie highest circles in Paris,
has prepared a surprise for her wide
circle of friends by having printed
for private circulation a little book
of aphorisms on life and love, entitled
"Thoughts and Remembrances."
in this work the Countess Vera reveals herself as a keen student of
mankind and the possessor of a delightful wit tempered by broad and
kindly philosophy, and by that touch
of cynicism which points an epigram.
Here is some useful advice to men
couched in epigrams on women:
"To pleace women one must adhere
to only one."
"Women never come of age; reason
Irritates them, sentiment guides them.
"Woman is like the dew. If it is a
tear of dawn, a fall of pure alabaster,
lt ls a pearl; if it fall to earth it is
mud."
1 "When woman loves she pardons
even crime; when she ceases to love
she does not forgive even virtue."
1 Of her own sex tho Countess remarks:
1 "The coquette takes her desire to
please for her need to love."
, "The first tiling that women know
is that they are beautiful; the last
thing they perceive is that they arc
old."
I     "A woman is like an army; she Is
j Irretrievably  lost lf she  has-   no re-
;s(;rve-" -4iM*.M
FIRST TRADER  ARRIVES
ON NORTHERN MIGRATION
are you,
Charlie's
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company is at 746, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. ���*
I Edmonton. April 12.���One of the
first'fur traders to reach the city tiiis
' spring from outside points, to make
arrangements for his annual trip to
his northern posts, is L. S. Straus, of
Chicago and St. Paul, who came in
from the south last night, and Is a
guest at the Alberta.
Mr. Straus has several posts in the
northern part of the province, the
chief of them being at Fort Resolution, from where he brings out a considerable quantity of fur every year
for shipment to his headquarters at
St. Paul. Mr. Straus said that he did
not expect to go north until early in
.May, as the northern rivers would
not be In good condition for navigation for a month yet. Hc stated that
he expected the fur catch would be
larger than last year. This was the
concensus of reports which had come
down from the north.
The last issue of the Canada Gazette I
contains details of the recent order in [
Icouncil in regard to immigration passed by the Dominion government These
Iprevent   the  dumping of people  who
are liable to become a public charge
or who are In any way undesirable as
citizens,   The order is as follows;
1. If an immigrant, male or female,
other than a member of a family pro-,
vlded  for  under  the  next    following
regulation intending to enter Canada.
arrives at the border or at any place
I of landing in Canada between the
I first day of March and the 30th day
of October, both (lays Inclusive, he or
; ii Bhall, as a condition of permission
to enter Canada, have i.i his or her
possession at the time Of arrival,
money belonging absolutely to such
Immigrant to the amount of at least
$25 In addition to a ticket or Buch
sum of money as will purchase a tic
Ivei or transport tor such immigrant
to his or her destination in Canada.
2. If an immigrant so Intending to
enter Canada is tho head of a family
jand is accompanied by his or her family or any member or members thereof, tiie foregoing regulations shall not
apply to such family or the members
(thereof, but the said immigrant head
of a family shall have, ln his or her
possession, in addition to the said sum
of money and means of transport hereinbefore  required,  a  further  sum  of
I money,  belonging absolutely  to such
immigrant, equivalent to $25 for each
I member of the said family of the ago
' of   eighteen   years   or   upwards,   and
I $12.50  for  each  of  five  years or  up-
1 wards and under the age of eighteen
' years,   and   in   addition   tickets  or   a
sum equivalent to the cost of transport for all the said members of the
! family   to  their  place   of  destination
1 in Canada.
3. Every  such  immigrant arriving
j at the border or at any place of landing in Canada between the first day of
1 November and  the  last  day of February, both inclusive, shall be subject
to the foregoing regulations, with the
substitution of $50 for $25, and $25 for
j $12.50,   whenever   lhe   said   sums   of
! .25 and $12.50 are mentioned in the
said regulations.
I 4. It shall he the duty of the Immigration agents at the various places
or ports of arrival or landing In Canada to see that the foregoing regulations are compiled with. Provided,
however, that the immigration agent
may, notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained, except any Immigrant from the operation of the fore-
1 going regulations if it is shown to his
satisfaction that:
���     (a)    The immigrant, If a male, is going   to  assured employment  at  farm
work, and has the means of reaching
1 the place of such employment, or  '
I     (b)    That the immigrant,    whether
I male or female, is of one of the fol-
1 lowing descriptions, and  is going to
, reside witli a relative of one of the
j following  descriptions,   who  is    able
and willing to support such immigrant
I and   hns  the  means  of  reaching  the
place of residence of suCli relative:
(1) Wife going  to husband.
(2) Child going to parent.
(3) Brother  or   sister    going    to
brother.
(4) Minor going to married or independent sister.
(5) Parent      going    to      son    or
daughter.
F. K. BENNETTS,
Asst, Clerk of Privy Council.
South Westminster property ls
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy,
Ltd. Call in and see them, and they
will put before you some good things.
W. RICH
Teaming and  Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will leave the Brackman-
Ker Wharf for Ladner,
Westham Island and way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
on the following morning.
"Robin Hood Flour is Different."
it compares with
If, Madam, we could take you right into our
Model Bakery at the Mill, where all our tests are
made, you would see exactly what we mean when
we say, "
You would see how favorably
other flours in respect to color.
Its superior quality would be plainly visibile
to you.
You would quicker realize why you are to add
more water than usual when using it.
The bigger loaf made by it would lie before you.
Seeing it, you would note its closer texture���no waste.
Tasting it, you would admire its finer flavor.
In short, you would surely decide that you ought
to start using Robin Hood Flour right away.
But, Madam, if you cannot come to our Bakery,
we can help you to have better Baking Results of
your own.
Use Robin Hood Flour yourself, and prove that
what we claim for it is true.
We supply the flour-quality. We
give the guarantee. It is up to you
to get the benefit.
Have you asked your grocer
about our Money-back-guarantee yet ?
Saskatchewan Flour Mills Co.
Limited,
r.Iocce Jaw, Sask.       *
SURRE
PROPE
Is the Cream of Investments
17 large lots situated in the choicest part of Surrey, South Westminster-The ideal suburban homesite.
Price $150 per lot. Must lie sold
en block; adjoining property is
selling at $250 per lot.
The Above is a  Money Maker
SCOTT ROAD
" The Gateway of lhe Delta "
160 acres in section 25.   155 acres in section 18,
165 acres in section 18.   120 acres in section 12.
All the above are on the Scott Road and the
prices range from $110 to $150 per acre.
See us for full particulars.
List Wilh Us. We Are Sure Sellers.
E. J. FADER
Northern Crown Bank Building. Phone 295
L
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Esti
Eastertrook 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 Bbl-
McOuarrie & Co FL0UR AND feed merchants
FRONT 8TREET. New  Westminster. Telephone S33.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  to.
^~\viif Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Telephone  12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
Bex 13?
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
_     (5)    ^e-i
Atlantic Express Leaves
Daily at 3:25
���Ddklng direct connections for all ,
points in Eastern Canada and United
States. Revelstoke local and connection for Seattle and all points south
leaves daily at 8:35; Agassiz local
at 5:35 p. m.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
or C. B. FOSTER, A.O.P.A. Vancouver
S.S
S.S.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 tons.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most   modern.
commodation equal to .iny cross'
ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply t0
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
The
Ac-
g.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
R'flJHH^
mp*':' up
______WkW_ "l��H.| Wt_W_Waa_W*WKBa\V.
Princess Charlotte leaves Vancouver at 10 a. in. daily except Wednesday for Victoria.
Princess Royal daily at 1:30 p. m.
SS. Joan leaves Vancouver at 2
p. m. daily except Sunday for Nanaimo.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
Mondays at 5 p .m. for Union and
Comox.
SS. Princess May leaves Vancouver
at 11 p. m. April 24, and every ten
days thereafter.
i SS. Beaver leaves New Westminster
at 8 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays for Chilliwack; returning
leaves Chilliwack at 7 a. m. Tuesdays,.
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Wfflce THone in.      Barn   Fhone 1��
Columbia 8treeT
B*gg*ge   delivered   promptly   t0
any part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
plione
667
Estimates Given.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
PAINTERS,  PAPER-HANGERS AN
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, between S'^ond
enue and Third streets.       ^
NEW WESTMINSTER fa.
esdav,
APBIL 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
>*���������������������<
e Have Client
Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
PAGE SEVEN.
CANADIAN NAVY
OFFERS CAREER
. r )j-��~J?&r___mmi*MWF^siWa*^
the
VILLE REALTY CO.
21 09 Granville St.
phone; R4949       Vancouver, B.C.
lodel Sign Works YEE KEE & CO.
SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Id News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. 0. Box S44
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
"YOU NEEDN'T
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will bo glad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal In your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is in good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Coal procured here is crackajack coal, however secured.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
jasbeen made to register the Corpor-
atlon o the Township or District of
rt_.I���y,1?8t^e,ownerin "���-���simple, un-
:!���������.   i ���'���'���'" '""l| ' i the Reeve
l;1';;.^ of the Corporation of the
i^nH-ip or Distrlcl ol Surrey to the
Corporate, of the Township* Die-
!."��� ��1 Surrey, bearing dates m' the
218 day ���f October, A.D., 1905 and
- ,fet da-v (l1 December, ,\.li., l.ol of
"ll ami singular that certain parcel
or tract oi land and premises situate
ylng and being in the District or New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as: Lol l in subdivision 24 of hlock l of Bectlon :io, block
& north, range 2 west; lots 8 to 17,
Inclusive, of subdivision ::; of section
16, block B, north range 2 west; lots
15 to 21, inclusive, block 11 of southeast quarter Bectlon l, township 9;
lots 5,1',, and 7, in subdivision 23 of
section Ul, block ;,. north range 2,
west; lots 22 and 23, in subdivision
23 of section Hi, block 5, north range
2, west; lots l, 2, 3, i, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11,
12, block -1 or bu 387A, group 2; lots
2 to (1 .inclusive, blo.k 11 or southeast, quarter section ���!. township 9;
bu. 5, block li of loi. 387A, group 2;
lot ::s, i,io,k ^ of lo; 387A, group 2;
lots 21, 22, block :; ol' southeast quarter .onion 4, township 9; lots is, mi,
block 2 of southeast quarter section
4, township 9; lot 22, block IG of
southeast quarter section 4. township
9, map 519; lot 2!i, block IG of southeast quarter section 4 township 9.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under tlie provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest tho claim of
tbe tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the day of tbe first publication of this notice upon you, and
In default of a caveat or certificate
of Us pendens being filed within 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 in respect of the said land, and I
shall register The Corporation of the
Township or District of Surrey as
owner thereof ln 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 Ofiice,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 29th day of March, A,
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To David Miller, William A. McCal-
lam, Angus Mclnnes, T. G. Stark, William Davis, Henry Fraser, Henry
Kells, Harold Ponsford, Allen Spiers,
George Stone, Robert Lyness, Margaret G. Cooper, John Roberts, Richard
Hosking, Hugh T. Crossley, John B.
Hunter.
type ot vessels which would be of the
greatest assistance to thc empire ln
case of hostilities, It stands to reason
that Canada has the nucleus of a navy
of which any country would be proud.
As lo the destroyers, those; for tbe
| Canadian   navy  are  larger  than  any
 ! similar typo In the navies of tho Argentine   Republic,       Austria-Hungary,
lOUng- Men Wishing tO Serve Chili, China, Denmark, Greece, Italy,
Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, Norway
Netherlands.
the Empire Will be Wei-'sw<<ti-n mui-ruruey
corned on Fleet.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.    |
��*
*Wfc
'COPYRIGHT!
A DELICIOUS
CUP OF COFFEE
whese aroma is fragrant and appetlz- j
ing, a chop or steak with fried pota- :
toes, or a   dainty   broiled    chicken,
saok  as  w�� prepare, to tempt your
appetite these cold mornings, ls what ,
you need.    We can tempt the palate
ot aa anohorite.
KENNY'S   |
73i   COLUMBIA   STREET,   OPP.
TRAM   OFFICE.
Beef, Mutton, Veal,
^ork and Poultry
QUALITY THE BEST.
Fresh Oysters are on
sale   twice weekly
���*��� Burns & Co
**.- C. Treves, Manager.
pHONE 101. 645 COLUMBIA 8TRE���T.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has heen 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
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 6, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
of fractional section 21, Btock i North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any interest in the said
land by virtue of in unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interact in the saU
"Land Registry Act," are required to
contest the ciaim of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon yn ,
and in default of a caveat or t*ti f -
cate of lis pendens being filed v.ithm
such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you and each
of you will be forever estopped nnd
debarred from setting up any claim
to or In respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
ns 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' a m��- C. 9. KEITH.
District Itegistrar.
To:~Michael Robert Barry.   John
D-liie'ns    Alr.ypnHer G.  Mncfftr'anp
There is a great deal of misapprehension as to the size of the vessels
which it is proposed sliall form the
nucleus of a Canadian navy. Conservatives have made it appear that the
entiri scheme is upon such a trivial
plan thai im tui uie ls presented for
the youth of Canada to enter upon
the naval profession,
Doubt has been presented la two
forms. First that the proposed navy
was of the "tin pot" variety, so Insignificant lh.il no career was pre-
tented to young Canadians to join lt,
because ii offered no attractions.
Second Because tlie navy contemplated did nol meet with the approbation of the British admiralty.
These two suggestions are without
any foundation in fact, lt may be
said first, thai the vessels are of
greal size, tonnage and strength;
and secondly, that they are the very
type selected by the British admiralty.
To  make  the  subject more  intelligible the proposed vessels are as fol-1
lows:
Nlobe, armoured cruiser, 11,000 tons
displacement; 435 feet long, 0y feet
beam; 26 feet draught; 10,500 Indicated horse power; speed 20 knots;
cost originally $2,741,415; coal capacity, 1,000 tons; complement, 000 men;
IG 6-in, guns, 14 12-pounders, 5 2-
pounders, 2 machine guns, 2 torpedo
(tubes.
I This vessel is to be purchased from
I the British government, and will be
'first stationed on the Atlantic side,
���and be used as a training ship. It is
i part of the scheme to train Canadians for a naval career, pending the
I construction of the permanent ves-
Isels of tbe fleet. This will meet the
I aspirations of a great many young
| men who have already signified their
j intention of entering the navy.
Rainbow, armoured cruiser. This
Ms a vessel of 3,600 tons purchased
from the British government to do
; service on the Pacific as a training
! ship, in the same way as the Niobe
'will on the Atlantic.
Four   Bristols,   armoured   crulser9,
each 4,S00 tons displacement; 430 feet
[long; 47 feet beam, IB 1-4 feet draught,
i 22,000 Indicated horse power; speed, i
125 knots; complement each 20 officers I
and 371 men. I
These are the latest type of fast | President
cruisers  being  constructed    by    tlie Vipp-PrpdHpnt
British admiralty.   So recent are they \ ��       tt    a   u j
that  the   latest   particulars  with  to-  JaS. ti. ASnaOWll
I gard t; them have not been given out, J T)   Q   Q^XneYOR
[The  particulars  of  construtclon  audi    '
'armament will not be divulged.
Six destroyers of the latest improved river class.    The very latest type
adopted by the British admiralty. They
j will be about 225 feet long, 23 1-2 feet
beam, 9 feet G inches draught; twin
'screw;   GOO  tons displacement;   7,500
I indicated horse power, over 25 knots |
I speed.   Total complement, 30 officers,'
France,  Germany    and  the L'nited
States   have   some destroyers   larger
than those of Canada, but the Canadian ones are vastly superior to many
of  those  belonging   to  either  of the
countries mentioned   In   tonnage,   indicated horsepower and speed.
Career for Young Men.
The  few  particulars    given    here,
which may bo found by reference to
official sources, indicate that  Canada
will have a navy of tho  most up-to- ,
date character.    It Is true there will i
be  no  Dreadnought  yet,  but  all the
other  vessels  are  the  best    modern
science has evolved.
Much has been said about Australia and New Zealand giving Dread- ,
noughts to the British navy. It
Should be remembered that while I
Australia provides a unit. Great Brit-
ain contributes .1,250,000 a year towards tho expense of It. As to New
Zealand, It was arranged that tho
Dreadnought provided by her should
bo stationed on the China station,
and only the smaller vessels of the
unit be maintained in New Zealand
waters.
Australia the Same.
There ls another point about, which
much misunderstanding exists. Criticism has been directed against the
Canadian government because the Canadian fleet does not pass automatically under British control in case of
war. It appears that Australia has a
similar provision ln the law to that
of Canada. To set tho matter at rest,
; Admiral Klngsmlll cabled the Australian government as follows;
Parliament Must Consent.
"Please  inform  me  by    telegraph,
as soon as possible, whether, in the
I event  of  war,  vessels  of   Australia's
navy pass automatically, without, any
action, under control of admiralty."
I    To  the  above  cable  the  following
reply was received by   Admiral Kings-
mill:
"With reference to your telegram,
transfer control  to the  admiralty  is
not to be automatic, but subject to>
approval of Commonwealth government on declaration of war."
The objections urged in this regard to the control of Canadian parliament have no force.
Young   Men  Will   Join   Navy.
it is confidently anticipated that
many applications will be made by
young Canadians ambitious to make
a career In the Canadian navy. To
tbem it. may bo said, that not only Is
the ambition laudable, but in the Canadian navy they will have the same
opportunity as would be available ia
any first class navy In the woi hi.
it is true that Canada at C:ls
time cannot offer positions upon
Dreadnoughts, but ibis is ro1 a serious drawback. Cruisers form the
largest part of every navy; tiiey are
more mobile, and on board of them
the recruit sees more service than he
would upon a mere fighting machine.
The Canadian navy otters an honorable career to young men who seek
the profession of the sea.    The vessels  of  the  Canadian   navy  are  tlie
very best and   latest   of their type,
and  experience  upon    one  of  them
will count ln any navy in the world.
j     It ls a crime to  discourage  anibl-
| tions young  men  from  joining    the
navy upon the ground that the boats
I are small  and Insignificant.    This la
I not thc case.    The Canadian cruisers
are the equal of any afloat  of their
! type,  and  superior  to  most  cruisers
of any other recognized fleet  In the
world   today.    This   can   readily   be
seen  by  reference  to  any naval  annual.
CREAM FROM CANADA.
To Make Butter for United States
Cities.
New York, April 12.���Dealers on the
wholesale butter market here predicted today that as a result of the reduction in the tariff on cream front
eleven cents to five cets a gallon,
there will shortly be large quant (ties
of cheaper butter offered to consumers In New York, Chicago and other
cities within reasonable distance of
the Canadian border. A chain of
creameries, It Is said, ls to be built
along the Canadian frontier, which
will make butter from Canadian
cream, and will be able to market the
product at a reduction of 25 per cent
from the current price.
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG ^js_A
Capital, Authorized,        ���      -      ��      $6,000,000
Capital, Paid Up, $2,200,000
DIRECTORS
-    Sir D.H. McMillan, K.C.M.G.
Capt. Wm. Robinson
H. T. Champion      Frederick Nation
W. C. Leistikow     Hon. R. P. Roblin
A General Banking Business Transacted
R. Campbell
J. P. Roberts
General Manager
-    Supt. of B. C. Branches
E. HAWKSHAW, Manager   New Westminster  Branch
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I. William B. Wright
of Clayburn, B. C, Intend to apply to
the Assistant Commissioner ofI LaM��
for a license to prospect for eoal an-l
petro.eum on the following described
'""commencing at a post markedI Wm.
E. Wrights southwest corner set at
the southeast corner of BUJ1���* ^
No 205, Group 2, New ^estml"ter
District, thence east one ttUt,��gg
north one mile, thence west tnre
fourths ot a mile, ^e ��outt thgj
fourth of a mile to the point of com-
m6nCementWiLLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster, B. C, March 8,
1910.
548 men.
Substantial Fighting Force.
The   navy   will   thus    consist    of:
twelve vessels, 210 officers and 2,500
men.   As to the armament it cannot
be mentioned now with any certain-|
ty, as details of this description are ,
not given publicity, but the fleet wlll
be a formidable fighting unit, and of
the greatest service to the empire ln
case of emergency.   As coast and commerce protectors  tbey  are  the very
game class of vessels used for a similar purpose by Great Britain and are
recommended to Canada as tbe most
useful trp�� for the purposes required.
Approximately this navy will cost
$11,500,000 to build and about $3,000,-
000 a year to maintain.
The entire scheme was based upon
the specific recommendations of the
British admiralty. The object sought
1 was to relieve the British fleet of the
task of defending commercial routes
In time of war. The cruisers, lt was
pointed out, would by reason of their
great speed, be enabled to know the
whereabouts of aa enemy and give
timely warning to the heavier battleships. At the same time their own
armament will be of such strength
that they can take care of themselves
in an emergency.
These are the vessels described by
Conservatives as a "tin pot" navy.
For the purpose of comparison lt may
be mentioned that the Nlobe is 3,000
tons larger than the two largest of
the United States cruisers, and 8,000
tons larger than most of the others.
The Bristols will be exceeded ln
size by only three United States
cruisers���(two being those referred
to above, which are themselves 3,000
tons smaller than the Nlobe). The
Bristols will bo larger by several thousand tons, than thirty cruisers of the
United States' navy, and be only exceeded ln size by three United States
cruisers.
lf the Canadian navy ls "tin pot"
what of tho United States navy?
Compared With Other Navies.
Another point of comparison is
that the Canadian cruisers are larger
than any cruiser in the navies of the
Argentine Republic, Brazil, Chili, Chi- J
na, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway,
Portugal, Sweden, Turkey.
Canada's cruisers are larger than
32 out of 37  French cruisers.
Canada's cruisers are larger than
45 out of 51 German cruisers.
Canada's cruisers are larger than
22 cruisers of the Italian fleet.
Canada's cruisers are larger than
27 out of 30 Japanese cruisers.
Canada's  cruisers  are  larger than
9 out of 10 Spanish cruisers.
i    It  Is  evident  that  the    Canadian
navy bears comparison well with the
cruisers of any other marine power
I in the world.   Cruisers are a very Im-
! potant part of a navy and, ns Canada followed the suggestion from the
British admiralty with regard to the
Symmes & Crandell
Beg to announce that they have opened a
REAL ESTATE
business in the
NEW   DEAN   BLOCK
,    .^.s.   M    (3 doors from Bank of Montreal, Columbia St.)
We already have quite a number of desirable properties. Come
and see our list. It ls growing every day and we will be pleased
to add any which you may have.
CHEAP HOUSES
Six Money making buys for home or Investment -   -
���1,500 to $8,000.    Easy Terms..   Inquire at once.
Also a 500 foot  bargain  In  Waterfront at $26.
LI8T YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR  QUICK   SALE8.
VANCOUVER FINANCIAL CORPORATION LTD. I
J. A. MOTHERWELL, Local Manager.
Room 4, Merchants Band Bldg. Corner Columbia and Begbie Sts.
I Is This a Snap or Not ?
20 Acres of Splendid High Land within a
few minutes of Sapperton car. Fine view
of the Fraser River and city of New
Westminster. Price is $250 per acre
with One-third Cash, balance 6, 12, 18,
24 months	
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H. H. LENNIE
;;      Phone 596
650 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. APR,L
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COLUMBIA STREET.
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Our
Naval Policy
Is to have nothing but first
class workmen and satisfy our
customers with first class
Plumbing and Heating.
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HARDMAN'S
HARDMAN     BLOCK.
Phone 281
The Westminster Modern
Business School
This institution is particularly desirous of securing as students the
young men and young women who
seek the BEST In commercial education and to those who become students here, and work as hard for
their own interests as the instructors
of this school will, the outcome is
bound to be satisfactory.
A. L. BOUCK,
610   Columbia   St.
Principal.
We Give Careful Attention
to accounts of corporations, 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
Total Assets    70,000,000
New Westminster,  B. C.  Branch,
F. RHU^B   Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
AT LA NTIC $j��|jp H IPS
Do not book your passage without
seeing us first. Our system of handling tickets from the Old Country
will save you money.
For dates and  rates applv
ED.  GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Ladies from $12./;
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Jilgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo, Adams' Grocery
MII'S DRUG STORE
Removed to
DEAN  BLOCK
Four doors east of Bank of
Montreal, where the same careful attention will be paid to all
prescriptions and orders as
heretofore.
Mrs. James Leamy, of 39 Columbia
street, will not receive on Thursday.
The popularity of the midday lunch
at the Royal Cafe grows every day.
It is served from twelve to two, with
quick service. **
A cigar factory, under the direction
of A. Snowder, of Vancouver, has commenced business in the Colonial hotel
block.
For spring plants or cut flowers,
] phone Davies' Groenhouse, R208.     **
A further consignment of the world's
best typewriters has just an ived. Call
and see them at 746 Columbia street,
three doors from the B. C. E. Ry car
station. **
The Ladies of the .Maccabees will
meel In ihe i. o. o. F. hall at three
o'clock this afternoon. The initiation
of a number of candidates Will be
followed by a social.
To Furnish an Office, sre W. E.
Fales. ��*
Call al the Bohemian Cafe today
and have lunch there. It is being run
as a lirst class dining room. **
Camp 191, Sons of Scotland, will
pay a fraternal visit to Royal Scots
camp, Vancouver, on Thursday, April
22, leaving on a special car at 7:25
p. in. and returning about midnight.
Great selection of seeds and potted
plants at Tidy's. **
The Bohemian Cafe starts business
today in the Depot Hotel. **
C. R. Saver, the travelling secretary
of tbe Y. M. C. A. in Canada, left for
Vancouver yesterday efelling on his
way to Calgary.
It is our business to <make gloves,
vests, waists and other garments perfect by our special dry cleaning process. If you desire to be well dressed
for any function, patronize our cleaning department. Royal City Cleaners
and Dyers.    Phone R 298. *��
The funeral of Henry James Roland
Thrift, who died on Sunday, will take
place today at two p. in., from the
mortuary chapel of Murchie & Sons
to the I. O. O. F. cemetery. The late
Mr. Thrift was thirty-nine years old
and is survived by a wfi'e and five
small children, the eldest of which
is nine and tne youngest three. He
is a son of H. T. Thrift, of Hazelmere.
For Ladies' Desks, go to W. E.
Fales. *��
Scows for hire. Apply Joseph
Crane, Queensborough Ship Yards,
Lulu Island. **
The monthly meeting of the Philan-
thies was held yesterday afternoon at
the residence of Miss Carrie Robson,
St. George street. It was decided to
hold a social in the league room of,
Queen's avenue Methodist church later
in the month. The executive committee was instructed to secure badge
pins for the forty-seven members of
the society.
A payment of $25 procures a lot in
South Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. These lots are In
great demand. **
See the new arrivals at Fales, Agnes street. **
Judge Howay yesterday refused to
hear an application made for bail for
S. H. Ford, who is at present held
at the jail on a charge of wounding
with intent to do bodily harm. The
reason given by his honor was that
Ford had written him a personal letter asking for bail. Judge Howay set
the date for tbe hearing on Saturday,
April 16, when Judge Murphy will be
here from Vancouver. Through his
counsel, W. J. Whiteside, Ford elected
to be tried at the regular May assizes.
Local grown plants and flowers,
fresh every day at the Co-Operative
store, Sixth street.
Miss Doris Leslie Clute, the youngest daughter of J. S. Clute, of this
city, and Hubert Bruce McBaln, of
Vancouver, were married yesterday afternoon at Holy Trinity church, the
Rev. Canon d'Easum officiating. The
bridesmaids were Miss Brown and
Miss Gertrude Brown, cousins of the
bride. Mr. McBain was attended by
John Belyea and John Ersldne, of
Vancouver, whilst Mr. and Mr. Wood
acted as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. McBaln will spend their honeymoon In
Portland.
The finest assorstment of Morris
chairs ever seen in tills city at
Fales. **
The Women's Auxiliary of the Royal
Columbian hospital is making arrangements with the amateur company which recently produced "Pinafore" in Vancouver for the appear*
ancs of ihis aggregation at the local
opera house, probably about the end
of this uiouili.
Timber limit for sale, containing
ten to twelve million feet of fir and
cedar. This is a good logging proposition and convenient to water. In
order to close up an estate must be
sold at once. For particulars and
price, apply to Owner, 1001 Sixth avenue,  New  Westminster. **
m
jeesie Mclaughlin coming.
Talenter Scottish Songstress Will Appear Here on Wednesday, May 25.
Arrangements have just been com-
Ipleted by Rev. A. E. Vert, acting on
j behalf of Camp 191, Sons of Scotland,
for the appearance here on Wednesday, May 25, of Miss Jessie MeLaugh-
lan, a Scottish singer of world wide
fame. .Miss McLaughlan will be on
the coast, appearing in Vancouver and
Victoria, about that time, and it was
owing to this circumstance that the
local Sons of Scotland were enabled
to make arrangements for her visit to
New Westminster on terms which
will permit of reasonable prices being charged for admittance.
Miss McLaughlan appeared before
a Westminster audience about four
years ago, when she created as favorable an impression as is her invariable rule in enlightened communities.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
Rose of Columbia Lodge No. 115, Sons
of England Benefit Society:
The members are requested to meet
in tlie lodge room, K. of P. hall, on
Wednesday, April 13, at 1:45 p. m.,
for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, H. J. R.
Thrift, which takes place from the
Murchie undertaking parlors.
Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend.
H. DISNEY,  Secretary.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Coal Scuttles
SPECIAL TODAY
45c Each
Thc Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Wc buy for cash and seil for the same.
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
For a Few Days Only
SPECIAL SNAPS IN
Lulu Island Acreage
and Waterfrontage |
Also some Choice Puys in Surrey.
F. J. HART & Co.
U
LIMITED.
Cotton Shantung
Poplin Suitings
Perfect imitations of real silk���so splendidly have the weavers
and dyers done their work that no doubt is possible regarding the
success of their endeavors to perfect their production of cotton
suiting; shades of Wisteria, Reseda, Myrtle, Brown, Rose Pink, Nile,
Pawn, Natural, Cream. Navy, etc., are here ln many fabrics, Cotton
Shantungs, Cotton Pongees, Coi (led Poplins, Bedford Cords, Lineiio,
Indian Head in weights particularly appropriate for spring and summer Tailored Waists and Suits.   Per   yard,  20  to    75c
15,000 Yards of
Prints and
Ginghams
15c per Yard; 7
Yards for $i.qo
No    store    _    the
Bhowa a more complete stock o
Wash  Fabrics  l���  the immen,e
range of Plain and Fancy G|ng
hams,    English    Prints,   White
Crossbar   and   Striped   Muslim
Colored    Muslins.   Ducks,  |>���','
cales, etc., arc the color's ir,
ally shown from season to %
son   as   well   as   hundreds jB
new tones _ new ,|,      ,., M l
which fashion has Bel
We   carry   only   the best quail.
ties  and   we   have  .   ,
that   the   colors   aro
fast.    Visit   the   Wash  c|ooda
Section  or  write  foi  samples
Per yard, 15c; 7 yards for $1.00
Moirette and Heatherbloom
Underskirts $2 to $3 each
Either Moirette or Heatherbloom is a material reliable in every
way. These materials bave been made purposely for Underskirts.
Skirts are made with full flounce on which are two narrow frills;
also with wide dust ruffle underneath. Shown In Black, Brown,
Green, Navy and Black and" White Check.   Each, $2.00 to   $3.00
Scotch Plaid Moirette
Underskirts ft*fr��j
Pine quality Moirette ln very pretty Tartan designs. Skirts are
made full with deep flounce ruffles',  all lengths.    Each    $2.25
Children's Wash Dresses
50c to ��1.00 Each
Our showing of Children's Wash Dresses is worthy of the consideration of any mother who finds it difficult or impossible to make her girl's
clothing. Prices are very little higher than the cost of material alone and
all sizes are here.
In these Wash Dresses the materials used are English Prims. Ginghams, Chambrays and Percales, trimmed with pipings. The work upon
these dresses Is well done; no raw seams; built in proper proportions
for Canadian girls; and colors are fast. Sizes suitable for girls 1 to 8
years of age.    Each 50c to   f1M
Infants' White Frocks
"50c to ��1-75 Each
Mull Lawn and Soft Cambric, made up In attractive styles for the
wee folks. These Frocks are daintily trimmed with lace and sheer embroidery. Many styles from which to choose your baby's frock at prices
ranging from 50c to $!���"
Many New Attractive
Features Find Favor in the
Millinery Section
jj'  \ I
Every   day  s;"s  some
of Millinery Novelties.    I)
a new selection of fine
London. Fancy bandeaux
ideas. New straw plaits a
including wheats and gras
placed  in stock.    These
terials  are  being rapidly
creations.
Visit the Millinery De
Hat while the selection 1
thing new In the showing
uring the past few days
straw shapes direct from
depicting latest New York
nd fancy flower sprays,
ses has been received and
varied and handsome ma-
moulded   Into   up-to-date
partment and secure your
s at Its best.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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