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NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29. 1910.
P -t    S F1VK  CENTS.
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See Wi��d��m  of
MP*' Exposition
until 1914.
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I    ,-p. March 2%.���Canada'* big
l'in",S exposition will be held
fefnta *at�� wug uuaJl* a"-
I1  i at an enthusiastic  taunt**
fhidlrictors held here today.
V vrir 19H meeta wlUj tl"' t,or
laooroval ol aU Uie Large Inter-
iSroughoui Canada, who are euu-
liLtolts financial success. Witn
W",. . axi I and the financial ar-
II excellent  snap-,   the
ILii- 'eels that when these com-
I1"' ..;l ii als are presented at
Ly'i the) will meet with Hie oor-
*l support oi the Dominion .govern-
BAI RAILWAY
SIRVtY 10 BE MED
L Hired In  Prince   Albert Assured
of Steady   Work  for  Twelve
Months.
���Prince Albert, March -28.���What is
Ikenl'i'i-e i" be anotner-evidence tnat
[complete survey  for  the  Hudson
k Paclfli  railway is.to be made
[that the engineers, In uuiug uien
t: ���..  survej   party,   are   as. m ing
lem that they  will   have a Bteafly
III and thai   .some  of   these  aie  diked i      year.   This tact, following
fee upon ii.e taking of commodious !
.. space aud the ordering ot fur- (
bshing!>, has convinced local people i
Jiaitin- road is to be pushed forward
tioon w possible.
���Tbe engineers declare that they are
��i setting things in shape tor the
June; ��u.k just as  rapidity  as pos-
m.
[IRE IN BATTLEFORD   RAZES
RESIDENCE,   RINKS,   STAPLES
aid. miim rats  |
AflEitTWENTT YEAIS Villi
Congregational Meeting of St.  Paul'.
R. E. Church Regrsts Decision of
Secretary-Treasursr   to   Retire.
U MAKERS MEET   W&\ INQUIRY
DEATH IN EIRE'       AROUSES RUSSIA
The auuuul congretatlouul meeting
of SU Paul's Reformed lCpUcopal
church, held last evening, was tinged
witli a note of regret uwlng to tbe
resignation ol Alderman J. J. Johnston
aa secretary-treasurer, a post be lias
ailed, with thoroughness and acceptability to tbo congregation, tor twenty
consecutive years. In umer respects
the reports submitted and the bus-
Lneas of the meeting snowed the
church to bu In a normal and healthy
state. Mr. Johnston's report, as sec-
retary-treasurer, showed that while
the past year bad start, d with a s .all
deficit the year ending Eaater, 191Q,
bad closed with a clean sheet. The
Sunday school superintendent made
a similarly satisfactory statement bo;.
as regards finances muti membership.
The Ladies' aid l.Mis. Levar, secretary), the Foreign Missions committee i\v. S. Collister, secretary) anu
the oilier church organizations a.su
made encouraging  reports.
Prior to electing tne new vestrj
a most hearty vote or thanks for ms
long and faithful services was unanimously tendered to Alderman J. ���������
Johnston upon his retirement from
ollice. Tlie new vestry was l.en elect
���d as follows: Messrs. George Burr,
W. R. Gilley, F. Maxwell F, Mark, T.
Furness, L. Thornbur, W. Hun, F.
Mcintosh, E. Tomllnsou. JDr. Buchanan
and E, H. Sands. Mr. L, Thorium was
re-elected people's warden but the
election of other officers was postponed till the flrst regular vestry
meeting.
The matter of changing the hour of
evening service iron, i' to 7-t30 p. iu..
now being considered at the request
of the .Ministerial association, vas
left in the bands of ine vestry.
250 Dancers Cut Off From Arrest of Ten Staff Officers
Eseape From Inn Are' at Kieff Starts Panic in
Crtmated. Officialdom.
TO WED A MOHAMMEDAN.
[North B&ffielord, Sask., March 28.���
tive which tu "He out in the skating
ai cMttoj dak* here this morning
|'r    ���'. 1 w...  i.nk,    D.   J.   Header's
talience, wiWum  Kern-ally's stable
Ind T. Clnmjs' table.    Header's fur-
Bture, and KeneaUy'jj   and   Clumps'
forses van sued.
'  ��� loss ol ;;.���  i ;ulint club will bo
and Ll..     .   the skating link
2,500.   li ..a. i.- Loss Is $2,000.   Both
links and Raadi i a house were partly
Insured.
King Peter's Son Engaged to Deposed
Sultan's Daughter.
Vienna, March 28.���tit is reported
that the coming visit ol King Peter
of Bervla to Constantinople is for the
purpose of arranging a marriage between bis younger son, the Crown
Prince, and Princess Caudle, fourth
daughter or the deposed Sultan Abdul
Hatnid. lf such a marriage should
be arranged tt -would be the first
occasion ln centuries of a Mohammedan Princess marrying a non-Moham-
moilan.
Mate, aka, Austria, March 28.���Two
hundred and tifiy people were killed
in a fire which destroyed tlie village
Inn at. Oakeerlte while a dance was
in progress there, according to advices received here today.
The building was built of wood and
tbe fire spre.iJ with great, rapidity. A
panic occurred and the. dancers lam-
hied the doorways, cutting off escape.
Tbe roof of the building fell while
the dancers were trying to make their
es'-aj e and many were capght under
the. timbers and held while the fire
blazed around them. Scores were hurt
in tlie first mad rush for the door,
and only a few of those in the building escaped without Injury. The build
ing was consumed so rapidly that
efforts to check the blaze were futile.
A great crowd gathered mound but
coul 1 render no aid to the Imprisoned
merry-makers.
After the fire bad burned itself out
great piles of dead bodies were taken
out. At each entrance bodies, stacked
one on the other, were found, many
of them so horribly burned that efforts to identify tbem were useless.
Oakeerlte is in mourning today o\ er
the tragedy. There is hardly a family in the town that has not lost some
member. Business bouses bave been
closed and general mourning has been
proclaimed.
English Horse Wins French Race.
Paris, March 28.���Alby, owned by
Nash Turner won tlie Prix Chenne-
vleres, which was run at Tremlay
today. In the Prix Joinvillepoint, W.
K. Vanderbilt's Marcaurel.. finished
second.
St. Petersburg, March 28.���Following the arrest of ten senior staff officers at Kleff, after investigations
started by the ministers of war ��nd
ways and communications, a veritable
panic exists In Russian officialdom.
Doubtless the peculation is of long
standing, but the Russo-Japanese war
gave it a tremendous boost. For during those times relief funds for the
soldiers, big contracts and a confusion
of transport arrangements gave unequalled opportunities to the grafter
to get busy with his rake-off. Big
men as wi 1', as little men got tlie
habit.
Nowadays there are not such soft
chances, but the habit is strong as
ever, and Uie Inquiry tends to show
that all over the empire boodlers
have had their hands In the public
purse. In the southwest alone the
graft absorbed by the swarm of public officials has exceeded $2,000,000
in two years. Within the next month
scores of arrests are looked for.
Already some Implicated men have
committed suicide. Others have escaped across the frontier, but a strict
watch Is now being kept on exits and
the probe will shortly expose one of
the biggest scandals on record. But
there ls a tendency to hush up much
of It. for big men with a strong "pull"
are at the head of many departments
concerned and to expose the full extent of the disease would be to create
a danger that soft snaps for official
parasites would be suppressed by the
thousand. That is what the country
needs, for the treasury is burdened
by a horde of useless hangers-on. But
Russian bureaucracy remains strong,
so a few score scapegoats will be
made to suffer -while the rest of the
leeches stick to their Jobs.
mm hie cakes     RULER I MONACO IS
LISS IF AB8UT ?I5,I1B    m l(y  [R mm
Chang*   in   Direction   of   Wind   Saved
Coal City From More Serious .Head Of Gc-   lling  Kingdom
Conflagration. AcCftd��S tO Wishes Of Sub-
Nanaimo, March 28.���A fire which
resulted In the loss of about .lj.OUU
and at one time threatened to wipe
out a. section of the city broke out
last evening ln an Indian shack in
the vicinity of Departure bay. From
the shack the flames spread to some
frame bouses near the waterfront and
the whole line of docks and warehouses were thought to he lost.
At the critical moment the wind
shifted and the town was saved. The
firemen did good work but were handicapped by the high wind, which rendered their efforts in Btemmlng the
flames almost futile,
Fight frame houses, two canneries
owned    by    Japanese,    and    s ���
shacks were completely destroyed
and there is little or no insurance,
tlie loss being all in the poorer quarter of tlie town. The cause of tne
firo is unknown, but it Is thought to
have started from an overheated stove
In the shack. -��������� \
TRAPPER   HAS  BEEN
GIVEN  UP AS  LOST
jecta for Parliament.
Monte Carlo. March 28.���Prlni i Albert Honore Charles, until now absolute In the government of Monaco,
l lie smallest state in Europe, today
decreed the election of a parliament
or municipal council through unlvi rsal
suffrage. Me reserves the right t;> select the mayor, and grants further
liberty of the press.
Today's decree is a concession to
the prince's some one hundred subjects, who recently demanded a constitutional government.
PAPER LUMPANY IS NOT
ANXIOUS FOR (MillATlON
QUAKER CITY UNIONISTS
TO DISCIPLINE FELLOWS
BRAIN MEN  PERMIT
TELEGRAPHERS TO  REMAIN
DR. COOK  NOT ON BOARD
STEAMSHIP    ABANGARSZ
Winnipeg, March  28.���The dispute
Between the Winnipeg grain exchange
*:-; '���������   Cai a llan   Pacific.   Canadian
wthem and Great North  Western
Felegraph companlag over desk-room
T��it has been amicably scttlod.    The
pee companies   have   been  alloted
jmplo spare m the trading rooms of
JSeexchange, where all messages will
|m handled in the .future, thus ensur-
a better and quicker service to
Patrone   of   the   telegraph   com-
lUties.
Mobile, Ala., March 29..���Tbe local
wireless telegraph office today received a dispatch saying that Dr.
Frederick A. Cook is not on board
the fruit steamship Abangarez, en
route from Obion ;to New Orleans. The
Information came direct from the muster of the vessel.
EXTRA VESSELS NEEDED
FOR EMIGRATION RUSH
Local Option Campaign Started to Hit
3rewery Workers, Who Kept Cu'
of  Sympathetic   Strike.
Fifteen   Steamers   Coming    in   April
With Every Cabin Filled���Poultry
Farms for Women.
pjOURN IN MATTEWAN
FATTENS UP HARRY THAW
N"w Vi.r,,.   March  28. ��� Harry   EC
...*w>lool ing well and a trifle stouter
,"!- formerly,   was  brought   to  this
��� ;i" > the Mattewan asvluni today
lw-      * '" Lhe *"*< brought against
; Ura.   Mary fi. Thaw,  by
V      ll.mridge   for    ��94,000,
K''.'""'1  '    '"    due  as  a  balance  for
counsel ami disbursements
,i in si i rial for the mm
M;"   Lantord Whit*.
,   . ' J   !  hi Hie ease was not com-
this afternoon and it was
j,,'"       probable thai Thaw would
l*9 wiled I,, testify today.
ISfllltv*" in,ll''at,''l that Thaw^ eapa-
(   '>  M ii   witness  rnJiiht fi*  called
o question when he took the stand.
Aid for Estrada.
New Orleans, La,, March 28.���General Gordon, of Texas, formerly a
brigadier of volunteers In the Spanish
war, wbo has been ln command of
artillerists in the Nlcaraguan revolutionary army, announced Saturday
that he hud recruited sun men here
to aid ln restoring tbe fallen fortunes
of General EstrMlu.
INCREASE DEMAND IS
REFUSED BY RAILROADS
New York, March SB ��� The New-
York Centra) railroad late this afternoon refused to grant the wage increase of fr��nu eight to 8itx>-four per
cent, demanded by 5,800 conductors
and trainmen, and the presidents of
these unions not Mod the railroad company thai tbey would order a strike
vote, Tin company offered an increase of from eight t.u twelity-tlve polecat.
Philadelphia, March 28.���Declaring
the passage of a local option -law-
would hasten the settlement of uie
trouble between the Philadelphia
Rapid Transit company and its employees, the Central Labor I. mon at
Its Sunday meeting adopted resolutions calling upon meinho.s ot tne
trades unions of this city to agitate
and vote for local option at every op-
port unlty-
The failure of the brewery workers
to join the sympathetic strike, It ls
alleged, was practically responsible
for the passage >of this resolution.
The aye and nay vote on motion to
table the resolution was 34 to 83.
The ge-neral strike In sympathy With
the striking street car men, which baa
been in effect for more than three
weeks, was officially called olT at today's meeting. A majority of the
workers who responded to the call
have already  returned to work.
The committee vof ten which hall
charge of the sympathetic strike made
its reiwHtt today .and recommended
that tbe Strike he .discontinued and
financial -support be given to Uu car
men.
I
���London. March 28.���In Consequence
of the emigration boom, more steamship companies are running extra vessels. The Canadian Pacific Railway
company has engaged the Montrose,
which will carry over a thousand third
class passengers.
During April fifteen steamers will
���sail, with every second and tiiiid
cabin berth booked. Nearly 18.UUU
emigrants have sal.ed this month, and
this number will be greatly Increased.
A much better class of people is emigrating, a large percentage being
farmers and agricultural laborers.
Tlie C, P. R, is inaugurating a
i scheme ot ready-made poultry farms
for women.
Nelson, March 28.���News is brought I
from Gerrard by B. Mobbs, the will
known mining man, that John Portu-
gal, of Gold Hill, a well known miner
and trapper has .ecu given up as lost.
Portugal, who had a series Of cabins
along his trapping route, left the settlement of Popular some time the last
week in January, to go to tlie nearest
of his cabins, nine miles distant, wilh
provisions to last him a week, at the
end of which time he expected to return. When he failed to return, his
fric...'.s thought that he might have
gone over the divide into the Slocan
country, coming out by Rosebery. The
ensuing weolis failed to bring any
news of the man although telegrams
were scr.1 ia i.....  direction,
Last. v. i ��� .; a party, consisting of
Frank Woodrow and a man named
Hanson, Bet out to track the missing
trapper. They followed his trail until it was obliterated by a slide at
Lucky Jack, which came down ahout
that time. After that point they were
unable to find any sign whatever ol
Portugal, but they definitely established that he bad not reached his first
I cabin. Between Poplar and the cab-
|In there W��M thirteen slides. The
,1000 bror'ght b.-. ���!���- t'ortugal's carinne
and a wolverine robe from tbe cabin.
Mr. Mobbs states that In those hills
at this season, men took their lives
in their hands in making the Bearcb.
it Is not definitely known whether
Portugal had a family. He had a
ranch with a considerable young orchard at Gold Hill.
Boards  of  Trade   Not  Granted  Audience by Firm Whose Employees
Are on Strike.
Livermore Falls, Maine, March 28.
���A statement charging that 'he International Paper company refused to
receive representatives of the boards
of trades of towns where there are
some of the company's mills for the
purposes of arbitration and conciliation and is responsible for the present
troubles, was issued today by Thomas
H. Flynn, of Washington, D. C, national representative of the American
Federation of Labor, who has been
investigating affairs at Rumford Falls,
Chisholm and Livermore Falls.
Mr. Flynn said thai at his suggestion the local board of trade was
about to seek the co-operation of
similar bodies In other Maine manufacturing towns in an effort to bring
about a settlement out of the present
difficulties, when it was informed by
the New York ofiice of the International Paper company that its representatives, or those of the other
boards, would not be received by officials of the company.
| "The American Federation of Labor is now. and always has been. In
favor of arbitration and conciliation,"
declared  Mr. Flynn.
HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
IN ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Camel   Twins  Born.
Chicago. March 28.���Twins were
born to Old Bel Afris, a Siberian
camel, in the winter quarters af a
circus at Baraboo, Wis., yesterday. It
Is said this is the first time camel
twins have ever made their appearance in this country.
TO PLANT 15,000 ACRES
OF BEANS AND CABBAGE
Spokane, March 28.���Fifteen thousand acres of lands on the ridges in
Northern Idaho, will be planted to
beans this season .the largest area
being in the Jullaetta district, where
10,00(1 acres will be devoted to the
vegetable. Another new Industry is
the planting of cabbage near Moravia,
! Idaho, the product being used in the
i preparation of sauerkraut.
Bean and cabbage crops are not only profitable, but also Increase the
fertility of the land. To plow It in
the fall and cultivate crops of beans
and cabbage on it the following season is declared by experts to be better than summer fallowing. Noxious
weeds are also more effectively destroyed and the soil Is left in a better
condition for succeeding crops.
Montreal, March 28.���The necessity
of economy in hospital administration
and the adoption of a uniform system
of keeping hospital accounts, were
the subjects discussed at this morning's session of the fourth annual conference of the Canadian Hospital
association, held in the Royal Victoria hospital. The attendance was
good and Included representatives of
leading centres throughout the Dominion. The delegates were welcomed
to the city by Mayor Guttrln.
CAMPS ON THE SPui
TO GET QUARTER SECTION
I Coal o
Cltii
BIG FIGHT IS ON.
''"""tors and Miners Still F. flht-
'ng Over Conditions.
F��P��n Ji,"1'"' Maroh -K' - The most
I betwet     i <'unlos, of ll,e controversy
tots''", bituminous  coal   opera-
be��a��� ,, ''!l,,e,'s ��t lhe country which
���aster ��� ,' ntW Bub*��U�� committee
fcdai n'"UIi,y mornlt��S; was resumed
anin .' '  "K1" lasting ln committee
���nih ,.  "   "*"'  ms_iuu In committee
Cte *n��- wTto. is was trans-
���Button r of the m,ner9' con*
POISONED   SP1CULA.
(Woman  Paring Pineapple  Prices Her
I Thumb,   Dies   Soon   After.
New York, March 28.���Mrs. Helen
M Baker, a widow ,livli\.g in Brooklyn died today as the result of a
spleula of a pineapple she had Ibeen
linrlng entering her thnnib. IM
wonsd was a slight one lint In hal
an hour her hand was swollen and
her arm then became Inflamed and
turned black and green. A physician
was called In, but the swelling spVoad
to her body nnd the woman wns BOOS
in great agony and later died. Tbe
doctors believe that the pineapple
was infected with some deadly W����1
Indian poison.
Surrey Property Still Far From
Having Reached Top Notch Price
���on
*i fight Is over the fmal proposl-
or "ip  op��   ���
own ?J ,',"M��
��n...'       Ight 5 per cent, advance In
��OD   nf   .,      "���   "*'   UIUll   piupu
���nn i,n> ���   ������fttors of Ohio,  In
n��n a str;^IlTfto,a' t0 *rant l
*��Kes   ������ i        B por cont' advar.���  ...
"'the other conditions to
Kll-
'"'Hi II     l,���. I "��'     ^U"������UUB     W
conventi       anKP(l   HIul   th��   district
'nm-iK' ,'!H ,0 l,�� nouilng that will
The c Lb?1 of mln,ne coal."
^ comnetiJ^8��� to thlfJ PW>P��"��-
co'iuiiitt,', , "n adjournment of the
then ,���,,., , noon- President Lewis
mi.eiv'' , tho Proposition to the
rule the Akt n t0 8u8taln or over-
tnlnerH hl"   and    Pennsylvania
Petals.nlT"8,,ltn   conference   will
(x,,''i thr. .    lue,��lay morning to re-
"c wBWer of the miners.
Drunk, Arrested; Dies.
Winnipeg, March 2R.���William Greg-
son, a man about fifty years of age,
was arrested yesterday tinder the Influence of liquor. When taken to
the poilce station he complained of
being ill and was removed to the general hospital, where he died.
Telegraphers to Get Increase.
Cincinnati, March 28���The"board of
arbitration which had in hand the controversy between the Big Pour railroad and Its telegraphers reached an
agreemont late today.   The operators
are    to    receive    Increased    wages.
I amounting ln the aggregate to ��3,40l)
a month.
Hiiring tbe buildup-.* many Vancou-
Wr Investors and read estate agenu
topk a run owr to look a' Westmln-
ster property. Owing .to the continual
remarks. "What about Westminster
thev have received, Uie ��al estate
mee thought It advisable to WOK
round and see where the Mg profits
wert being made.
Th" enormous jumps from .50 an
acre up to $:u��o and $1000 inside oi
two reeks for in many cases un-
Improved land ln Surrey has made
many v capitalist feel sick, and k;'l>
him awake of nights figuring �����What
he nilgit have made out of a 150,000
investment, had he been a little wisei
and got tin before tbe others
A nm over the country in ��Woh
the chief buying ts going on ��"'���
Hever, speD the ����� *******
_ the fact that even if $1000 ���'"
,.,.. is bolng paid for the land ��**
..ultlvatlon, the price Is not Urn high,
\Vlen the profits from ranching are
,, ,'n into consideration many acres
Sr^e slope of the bill are remark-
ably good and the nearness of the
market combined With good roads nd
railway facllties make ranching
pleasant as well M��UMJ
Already  there   Is  a  good MW  ��J
c,,,ulngUKonand.nsde0fafcw
months several   homes  will   be
course of construction,
All along the car line there is g
activity in buying   "^verdale tats
Ing; right through to Cloveraaie �� ��
and acreage and rising In value e^ery
dftAs residential Biles, the slope of
:tlte hill in South Wesl minster could
not be beaten, and those who fail to
gel In now will regret their lost opportunities as much as others .do
whenever they look at North Vancou-
mer and think of what they missed
when the "Ambitious City" could
have been purchased for less than the
money It would take to buy one street
in It. now.
The charms of North Vamcouver for
residences are not to be compared
with the beautiful scenery and surroundings of South Westminster. It
is only neceesary to go a short way
up th* Yale read or to strike off it
to tl�� right ito obtain a most magnificent view cf the winding river and
range upon range of georgeous, snowcapped mountains.
This hillside should be dotted from
end to end with handsome residences
and terraced lawms In a few years, for
the land Is still cheap enough for the
average business man, looking for a
really comfortable home and grounds
to satisfy his tastes, If scenic surroundings and good land are included
in them.
Though Surrey property ls now all
the rage, from a commercial point of
view, lt is well to remember that the
whole of New Westminster will benefit by the very things which are
bringing South Westminster luck, and
the growth of the city and Its suburbs
will be commensurate with that of
the whole district. Whilst all attention Is being directed southward, It
Is not a bad plan to keep an eye on
t^ West, the East and tbe North,
CHICAGO CROWD  SEES
AURORA   BOREALIS
Chicago, March 28.���The aurora
boreiills. or Northern Lights, made Its
appearance lasl i i i und < aused
great excitement among pei sons enjoying the spring evenlufc i u ol aoors.
It was recorded by local jubOrvatorlea
before it finally disappeared about
midnight, when the moon became too
bright for it to be longer visible.
Professor Frost, of the Yerkes observatory at Williams Hay., Wis., said:
"The aurora had not been seen for
three years, lt was a remarkable display. The Northern Lights are caused
by magneto-electrical disturbances in
the northern atmosphere, conduced by
tbe activity of sun eruptions, which
Professor Slocutn, our sun observer,
has noted recently."
Crowds gathered on Chicago's
Btreets under the Impression that Halley's otimet was causing tho display.
Edmonton, March 28.���With a mattress, a good supply of blankets, a
stock of the latest magazines and an
arrangement with a local restaurant
to supply his meals, G. M. Wlllan, a
well known insurance agent and
hockey player, of Red Ueer, on Sunday took up his residence on the
porch of the Dominion lands otlice at
Red Deer, and there he win camp
until Tuesday, March 29, when a certain quarter section two miles from
Erskln becomes available for home-
steading purposes.
Wlllan was none too soon, for less
than half an hour after he had taken
up his place another applicant walked
iii but seeing Wlllan occupying lirst
place decided not to slay.
ORDERS BODY  EXHUMED.
Long .Sentences for Murderers.
New Haves, Conn., March 28.���Life
Imprisonment for Joe Mitchell and
not less than fifteen years for Sophie
i Krltchnuin were the sentences imposed by Judge Williams in tne superior court, criminals side, today
upon the accused who Saturday evening were found guilty of killing Uron-
lslow Kulvlnskas.
Fourth Grave Will Have to Ba Dug for
Murderer Mesci.
Prince Albert, March 28.���John
Mesci has apparently not gone to his
last resting place, notwithstanding the
fact that Jailer Kerr has dug no less
than three graves for him. Mesci,
the man who murdered three people
at Quill lake lust fall, was hanged
here on March 10.
I    Today new Interest has developed
because of the  fact that at the request of the residents in the vicinity
of   the  jail,  Mayor   Holmes   has   in-
��� Btructed City Solicitor H**k to write
the jailer asking him to have the body
exhumed and burled.    The grave ln
! which the condemned man was burled
; is in the jail yard close to the street
, and very near to several residences,
His Turn Now.
Pittsburg, March 28.���Christian Del-
trick Steel, whose boast was that he
had survived many battles ln the
Civil war and as an undertaker had
conducted nearly 12,000 funerals
since that time, was himself burled
yesterday ln Carnegie's cemetery at
the age of seventy-one. He Is survived by u widow.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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for  upstairs work.    Apply  Guichon
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Office in Northern Crown Bank.
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a Physical Wonder.
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grapher.    Apply to c. P. R. Agent.
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wages to experienced parties. Mis.
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WANTED���TO RENT ONE UK TWO
pie isanl  tui nlshi i  rooms or Bmall
i .. nil ii'-il houi e bj   married couple.
Addn bs A. ll.. this office.
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tii   street.
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LOST ��� RUSSIAN POODL7 DOG;
white with brown spots. Reward
will be given for information of
anyone harboring it, or for tiie return of it to Mrs. Sam Brown, 42
Bushby street.
TAKEN AWAY FROM ST. AN-
drew's church yesterday evening,
gentleman's o\ercoat.      Will  party
responsible return  to St.  Andrew's
Manse.
LOST���SATCHEL SHAPED LOCKET
set with gold nuggets. Finder may
obtain reward by returning to J. H.
Todd's music store.
FOR   RENT.
FOR KENT���HOUSE AND FOLK
Lots in Burnaby, near car line.
Five rooms and bathroom, pantry,
etc. Rents .1- per month. May-
lease for six monthe if tenant
suits. Apply to P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Street.
FOR   RENT���HOUSE   AND  -1   LOTS
in Burnab;    i ear car line, 5 rooi i
and bath room, pantry, etc.   R< n
for (12 per month.    May leasi   I -
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gentleman. Apply 205 Carnarvon
Btreet
TO LET COMFORTABLE ROOM
for one or two >a Iii close to car.
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PAINTING.
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New Westminster.
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Digby Electric Wcrks
No athlete in tiiis country lias a
greater personal following than Frank
Gotch, the champion heavyweighl
..��� tli i of the world. The popularity
of the champion grappler is due to
bis personality, almost as much as to
real mat ability. Like .lames J.
Corbett, the Iowa wonder makes many
friends In every city in which he appears.
Tlie present season may be the last
Gotch will appear before tne wrestling fans of the country. The man
from Humbolt has stated that he is
thinking seriously of leaving the mat
forever. If be carries oui ins threats
in this regard the mat will losi one ol
ii;.- greatest characters thai the wrea -
ling game has ever de\ elop i.
in America Gotch has evi r had
a large share of public adulation.
��� he mi t and d( feated Tom Jen -
ins. who in id the Ami rh .. championship, Gotch has j ear bj j ear addi il
to lhe ii-i ol people wl i h ild him as
.. j,. . cm: : friend. \\ hen the Iowa
��ondi ;���   del. all I   Hacl mid!   his
great pei a      ! following was do
,  id lull rest In the ������������ restling game in
this country   was   Increased   wonderfully.
The present season will i i. wheti,e,-
G ch Is the greatest man that the
'mat has ever aeveloped. Europe sent
Hackenschmlat over to Cnicugo with
. erne ana almosL care,ess confluence that he would easily u< fi at
Gotch. i ne result ot the memorable
mutch was a shock to the students of
wrestling In the old world.
Again lias Europe sent another representative to try conclusions with tue
gnal American exponent of tne wrestling game,   li Gotch defeats the Huge
Polisn champion, Zybszko, a man of
: wonderful proportions and almost superhuman strength, ii will appear as
if  there is little chance  tor auy  man
I in the world to hope to defeat Gotch
; while  the  lowaii is in the  zenith  of
! ins power.
Gotch has already met the Pole and
' the match resulted in no verdict,
though by the terms of tlie handicap
imposed, Gotch lost the decision. However, handicap match are not contests
t that involve the world's title. Gotch
will meet Zybszko in a finish match
some time this spring, and all doubts
of tne superior ability oi tue two men
will   be  removed.
Ti.o success of Gotch can be attributed to the fact that he possesses
mains of a high order, wonderful
strength and a speed and agility not
possessed by very many smaller men.
i be mind of the lowan works like u
... .1 regulated machine of the highest
type. His wonderful body works in
perfect harmony with his mind. When
nis quick and alert mind Hashes the
signal ins inline,' b are quick to reci i' t
anu carry Into execution the message
con i eyed by the brain.
To a  very  high  degree Gotch em-
 lb a the pel Ei cl tj pe oi a man witn
a well developed mind and bodj working in perfect accord,
of German parentage, Gotch Is not
exactly of the nervous type ol athlete.
Jim Corbett is one of the highest types
of tbe nervous man who Is a great
athlete. In tne Hackenschmidt match
Gotch displayed a trifling nervous
ness; in all ins other matches he has
been as calm as a man sitting peacefully in the bosom of his own family
Ireading a statistical review ot the
growth of agricultural industry.
Gotch   is   the   medium   between   the
I phlegmatic and the nervous type. He
lis somewhere between  the Jim Corbet!   type of athlete and the type of
tbe husky  man possessing enormaus
strength   and   no   nerves.     Frank   is
different  from Jeffries   mentally  and
he is different mentally and physically from the foreign wrestlers he has
met.     A   comparison   of   Gotch     and
Zybszko  is  Interesting.    Zybszko  is
perhaps stronger,  though   it  is   very
doubtful  If he thinks as  rapidly  as
Gotch,    He is an educated man, while
Gotch is naturally shrewd and brainy.
There  is  very  little about  the  wrestling  game  that Gotch  doesn't  know.
He knows woll the value of leverages
and concentrated attack.    He is an
1 adept  at seeing and taking quick advantage of any error on  the part of
i bis opponent.
Mahmout  was  rated  a   wonderfully
'strong man.    Gotch dazed him by tho
rapidity  of  his  attack.     He  thought
and   acted   quicker  than     the    slow-
thinking Bulgarian could follow.   The
wrestler   that   beats   Gotch   will   not
only have to be imssessed of wonderful   strength  and  endurance,  but he
will   also  have  to  possess  quickness
���of perception and ability to execute
ithe messages of his brain.    We have
for many chapters of history heard of
ithe superiority of mind over matter.
: It follows that the man who will overthrow the great man from Iowa must
: possess not only wonderful strength,
but  he  must also  have a mind that
jean  successfully match itself against.
I the admit and rapidly working mind
of the world's champion wrestler.
SURREY���213 acres of the highest
ss of black loam at $190 per acn
The train line runs through this
���property. Tne 'Great Northern
railroad and the Nicomekl river
pass just behind this property and
the Vale road just in front. One
hundred and i tghty acres of this
land is cleared and under the highest state of cultivation. This land
could not have In en cleared for
less than .&0Q per acre. This
would be the finest sub-dividing
proposition on the market.
BRENING & CO.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE   SALES   ONLY.
Room 6, Merchants  Bank   Bidg.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 686
por sale��� 1 section in Surrey; splendid location.
Burnaby property with waterfront-
on new tram line, A good buy
6,000.
2   Acres   With    good   4-rooin    house;
five minutes from city ear;   $3,800.
SURREY���N.W.
14    of
sec
24,
town-
ship
1;   good
soil
ind
ileal
Vak'
road;
���>v, poi-
acre,
$5600 ca
sh;   6,
12, 18
and 24 months
Good lots in Central Sapperton; cheap.
Lacrosse People Welcome Him For
Their  Minto  Cup  Team.
Edmonton, March 28,���The local la-
Icrosse club is rejoicing in, the advent
of a player who Is known in every
town Where lacrosse is played. This
is the celebrated "Lady" Taylor. Taylor blew Into town yesterday and
when seen said that Edmonton looked
pretty good to him and he thought he
would remain here for the summer.
Taylor is one of the old Brantford
standby's and played In the Dyke City
when Dade, Henry and other stalwarts
were iii the game. "Lady" plays on
the home field and is a speedy one.
Taylor is only one .of a number of
good players thai will be found on the
Edmonton lacrosse team, and from
the way things aro turning out it
looks as if Edmonton would be In a
position to challenge for the Minto
icup before Calgary does.
TUESDAY, march
following ^
nd arrival 01 I
ninster post offlci
I,
which is haif aV_ "'��M
fore   the  acl : i
each  case    - \
is half ,.
the actu i
mless othi rwis,
All
d and rec< ived   '.
The   only   mad
.,
SURREY���The east 40 acres of the
west half of the northeast quarter
of section 16, township _; .160 pelade, half cash; balance 6, 12. 18, 21,
30 and 36 months at 6 p r cent.
interest.
SURREY���The south half of block
:: I0A, containing 80 act es al ������ 120
per act e; facing on Clovi r valh y
ami Townllne roads; $4000 cash; I,
2 and :; years,
LANGLEY���$60 per acre buys 80
acres oi good land known as the
north half of the so il easl ��� tarter
of section 35, township 10, Gn al
Northern runs through this property.    This is a line buy.
$130 per acre buys 20 acres of good
land with enough piles on to paj
for one-half oi it.    This  ts on the
Scott road and close in.
$3,000 will buy a new 6-room modern
house on double corner In New
Westminster.
Brening  & Co.
General   Brokers.
EXCLUSIVE SALES ONLY.
Room  6,  Merchants Bank   Bldg.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 686.
Railway Time Tables
B. C.
E.  R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
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m
A.  G.   MARSHALL,
South Westminster Pu.: ie F507
SN VPS  IX WATERFRONTS.
160 acres  of good  land   un ler
.... [tb ns of waterfront. Price
i per acre, on  terms,
$150 per acre buys 10 acres known as
Lot 11 in the northwest quarter oi
Section  19, Township 2, Surrey.
Ei 2 of S.W.i 4 Sec. 22. Tp. 2, Surrey;
Tu acres on Newton road close to
tram; $150 per acre.
$60 per acre buys 75 acres In Section 35, Langley. The Great Northern runs through this property, and
the soil is alder bottom.
14 acres excellent land with housi
and buildings, with 21 chalni waterfrontage. Railway through property,     l'riee   $M'i'0,  quarter  cash.
160 acres n
���arliy all
culth
ated.
xe   I-
lent
and.
waterfn
lit;
ige
North
Arm,
-. ear
city.
40  acres,  with  waterfront.
Good terms.
Sunbury.
'Jars leave Vancouver for N'ew West-
minster at 5:60, 6:.r>0. 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, 0:20, 6:50, 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m.. and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 'p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars  leave Vancouver  Tor New  Westmiu-ter at  S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. !.<
car 11:00 p.m.
| D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
$55 an acre buys 140 acres of good
land at Langley Prairie; 25 acres
cleared; loo fruit trees, small house,
good barn; nice stream running
through the place, with good trout
fishing.
$500 per acre buys 9 acres facing on
Hjorth road In Section 21; near
Yale road, Surrey.
$400 per acre buys 9 acres facing on
Hjorth road in section 21; near
Yale road, Surrey.
One   acre   waterfront,    quarter   mile
from Lulu Island bridge.
40   feet   waterfront,    three     minutes
from bridge.   $50 per foot.
$400   per    acre
Hjorth  road.
buys    120    acres   on
160 acres of Section 7, Langley; 50
acres cleared: $19,000; 1-:; cash,
balance 1, 2 and :; years.
Apply for terms.
A. G.  MARSHALL
Estate Office.
South Westminster
Bank of Montreal
W.   11   a.m
\V.  4
p.m.
$850 buys 3 large lots in Burnaby; all
facing city car line; also a corner;
one-half cash.
$225   each
buys   four
arg
e   lots   two
blocks fr
om city
car
lin
��� in llurna-
by; near
Tenth
avenue,
city.    One-
quarter c
ash: ba
allei
to
arrange.
$350 per acre for nine acres off the
North road on the Clarke road in
Coquitlam; one-fourth cash; easy
terms on balance.
$350 an acre will buy three acres of
good garden land suitable for chick-
en ranch; on corner of two main
roads;   Lulu  Island.
$2,000 CASH hindles 10 acres of land
all cleared with over $2,000 worth
of improvements, having 27u feet of
waterfrontage; situated on main
channel of the Fraser river, close
to Great Northern railway. '
$450 will handle 2 1-2 acres, Including
house and burn; running spring on
property; located on Pitt river
road west of Fraser river mills;
on car line survey to mills.
$350 an acre buys 5 acres on Clarke
road  n��ar  Uurnaby.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    |14,40U,00O.U0
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and iu London, Kng
l&nd, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In ill parts of tie
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent. p<*t
annum  (present rate).
rota'   At-sets over $188,000,000.00.
~EV��    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNBR, Manager
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p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m ;
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Phone F507  Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
_���..������- l'm-
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p in.
Great   Northern   Railway.
ar.  Seattle I:6��
ar. Seattle 9:4"
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W
;  ar. N.W
; ar. N W
9:30
6:20
6:25
i
C'eived Sunday a   ��� :-  :
he   way   mai I
Mills and Coquitl i
Mails Dl-  ,
0:00 a.m.   [closi
the  previous  nl
G. N. lt. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vam
J. C. Electric rail I
First C. P. H. i
ast Including Ungl, '   ���
The   mail   for   A
trict,  Clayburn  and        rict ii   k
don and district, and I
patched by way of \
s   a.m.���Blaine
eluding all U. s. poim   .
and Hall's Prairie, I
elmere, on  Tuesdays,   .
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls ai
Clov-i-.i.o., t seep    I!
.i       re an I Fern I :
he   Port   Guie!. ...
.Thursdays   and   Saturd
l! ;00 a.m.���Vam on
(' ntral I'ark, via B
way.
12:30  p.m,���Si rawi
rerland  .md  South   '
ourier (T i<    la ,
1:30 p.m���l-:ai-- B gg
2:00 p.m.���Ilurq .
2:00 i .m. (Sumi i
2: !0 excepl   Satui la ���
Guichon.   Westham .1
bury, daily except Su a
Tuesday. Thin
'.I. C. Bruce."      (S
patchi d and. racelvi
2:30   p.m.   Va:  ��� and p,j
Biding, via G. N. Et. i   -th.
5 p.m.���Clover.lai
Port  Kells  dally,  Cl id
Thursday, Friday an    Saturd     .;���]
head on Tuesday -.-.                 Boa'H
cord. Tuesday  an I         ay.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouvi j
lake, via li. C.  Electrl   Railway,
urday an  extra  mi :     itchedt
Victoria  via  Vam
Blaine and Seattle, Including��
S. poln:e east and s"\-h, via G. X.;
-Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C P. R.. east, W
ser Mills. This mall takes th?l
lowing local places: Burnet
Port Moody, P:tt Meadows, Portij
mond, Port Haney, Mission,
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agssfl
Lytton. Lillooet. Spec es' Bridge M
ola and district, and all mints est
exrf��pt Kootenaya.
G. N. R.���Port Guicnon.
Leaves New  Westminster on  Tues-
! day at 10 am., returns at  5 p.m. to
| city.      Leaves  Thursday,   4   p.m.,  ar-
'rives in city Friday 8:46 a.m. Leaves
Friday   at   3!B0   p.m..  arrives  In   city
Saturday at '���> am.
Loaves Port Oulchon at 1 p.m. ol
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Oulchon 6 a.m. each week
flav;   arrives  8:50 a.m.
Leaves   N.   \V.   ?,:��<)   p.m.   dally   except   Sunday:   ar. O-uIchon   at  7 nm.
-v.  N.W.  8:60 a.m.;   nr.  Seattle 3:115
Mails   Received.
6:45  a.m.���Blalue  and   Selttl. to
eluding all  V. S. ;>��� Ints r. G X Kj
S:2u a.m.���Vancou,er and VlctOrii
nclud:ng U- S. A. mstter, rJ ��/��q
(except Tuesday), v:. i C. Wf
Railway, ,
'J:oo to 10:00 am���StwtenjW>
by courier (Tuesdaj ���  ���
9:30 a.m.���Vancouvei  an4'lcw,*j
via O  N  R
8:40 ain.���C. P. R. es     n*��3
Sapperton,  Fraser  Mills    nd
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central
and  Fraser Ann.
i ;30 p.m.���Fust Burnaby,
.. jo ��� m,���Burquitlam, bj ���
3:30 p.m - Blaine and    Beai
luding all ''  s- ;'oinls
9:40  p.m.���Second   Mall  eas
los, 1  mall  from Sumas, and S
Fm?o,- Mills.
11
:j
I
A Real Snap ��� Goo. till Thursday.
$115 per acre buys 20 acres of good
land on Scott road, tind close In.
This has $15110 worth of timber
on It,
S.W.   ' .section  25,   Surrey;   $125   pe
acre;  terms.    Yale road runs right
through this property.
Langley; 160 acres of good land hav
Ing 2,000,000 feet of good cedar;
near sawmills;  $40 per acre.
Langley; 1 1-2 miles of water front
with 147 acres of good land on River road; the Canadian Northern will
pass through this property; $90 per
acre.
$40 an acre buys 160 acres of good
farming land In Surrey, one mile
from tram line. This is suitable to
subdivide.
WILSON,   COOK   &   CO.
Office In Northern Crown Bank.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
PORT KELLS
240 acres subdivided into 5-acre blocks.
Each block has a frontage on a 66ft.
road. Price $100 per acre, $100 cash,
balance spread over 4 years.   -   -   -   -
NOTE: A $3000 structure is to be built
close to the above. The G. N. Ry.,
Cloverdale branch, runs through corner
of property.	
RUSSIA   PLANNING   TO
CREATE AERIAL FLEET
St. Petersburg, March 28.���The creation of an aerial fleet for Russia is
engrossing the attention of a powerful committee, of which the Grand
Duke Mlchatlovitch is president.
They aim at setting two airships
going as soon as possible and the
grand duke is about to go to Berlin
to study tho German aerial vessels.
The Zeppelin company has caused J
preat disappointment in Russia by de-
���., , ~    , daring that they can do no more than
The man who w res your house places   covc|. _erm(_ or,iers now _ hand and
everything  electrically  at  your  com- t ,in(lt,ltakc torelgn contracts.
mand.     So   place   your  orders   with ,    But wIth  l)ie  Parseval   iind other |
us at once. models, the  grand duke hopes to do
Columbia  St. Opp.  Tram Office   ROme business as a start towards the
Phone No. J04 Russian fleet.
TENDERS
Tenders solicited for repairing and
removing St. Patrick's hall. Plans
and speed flea tion s can be seen at St.
Louis college, A. A. Lavery and
Small and Hucklln's office.
FATHER OTiOYLR
J. W. PAY
LANDSCAPE GARDENER.
Twenty years experlonce at lawns,
boulevards, sodding, grading and
pruning of all kinds. Satisfaction
guaranteed.    Orders solicited.
NATIONAL FINANCE CO.
LIMITED
N. H. McQUARRlE, Local Manager
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance
Phone 515 Curtis Block 657 Columbia St.
r;.��tiSir3Ma^;^ar;aK-S3��Koi��< MARCH 29, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PA��.   THKSl'..
You Can Make $12,000
in Sixty Days
By buying 80 acres on the Scott Road and Chilliwack tram line at Kennedy Station
three miles from this city. This property is already sub-divided and ready for the
market.
It is the last big sub-division proposition close in, and both the soil and the location
will compel it to sell at a big profit.
PRICE,  $300 PER AC
NE QUAR
TER CASH, BALANCE EASY.
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Also 80 Acres
at junction of Newton and Borgstrom roads. The Chilliwack tram goes right through
this property. A large settlement is sure to spring up here. The price for this week
is $200 per acre, one quarter cash, balance arranged.   This is a snap.
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See Us  for  SOUTH WESTMINSTER PROPERTY
It is Our Specialty.
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Kennedy
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Real   Estate,   Insurance   and   Timber
Over Merchants Bank, Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.   Phone 336.   NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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ompany, Limited, at their offices,
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Streets.
Paige Mana^lr.:;   Directo-
NOT MECCA Full LUNULRS
IS PROThST OF KAMLOOPS
CANADA'S TARIFF CLU3 IN
THE EVENT OF A TRADE WAR
the
v break out between
Med    with    weapons   Oi   d.-
be the Burtax.   The clause
Too   Many Consumptives are  Heading
fcr  Inland City to Suit Council���
Stringent Measures Threatened.
TUESDAY,  MARCH  29,  1910.
REAL
ESTATE    AND
MENT.
DEVELOP-
1- la to be boj ed that the '������
just initiated, having for Its obj ct
the formation of an association of
real estate agents in this city, will
mi ��� with ui ri< ral BUpport and that
the proposal will soon become an ac-
Vi-      .,   '. _ ..���Dr. C. J. Fa
of the Pro^ Inch I Board of
health, i. ... ��� . on Wednesday evening from Kamloops, to which city he
had been Invited by telegram to meet
i ie i i ������! health board during its consideration of a situation that has be-
come a very serious one ior tn .��� in-
tei lor city.
i I h   Is In connection with the constantly  growing number ot  cohsump-
seeb the dry air for which
Should a war of  tariffs unfortunate'
Bl   ���   S and Canada the Dominion is not   unpro
fence;   The first to be brought info use w
in  the  tariff  governing the surtax is as follows:
������Articles which are the produce or   manufacture
, [vorably than those oi otnei
and above the duties Bpeclfled
be one-third    oi   the    duties
,edule A.   Auy question arising
under  the  operations  ol
of  any   foreign  coun
try  which  treats imports from Canada  less
countries may be subject to a. surtax ovi r
in Schedule A, such surtax in every case  to
specified in the general tariff in the said Sc
as to any foreign country or goods domh -   ���
provisions in regard to the surtax shall   bi ��� decidet
Customs, whose decision shall be final.
"Provided, that the Governor in Council
carrying out the purposes of this section,  and   may
trom time to time suspend the surtax froi cation to tbe gooas oi au.
Here are some of the chief items of import   from the United
tlie existing duties and the duties that   would   be  imposed   unde
fax���on  the basis of  last  year's figures:
decided   by
make
by
regulations    tor
. .  -in-councll,
tbe  sin-
COMPANY, Ltd.
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,,, ed fact.    Then   Is  certainly   Kamloops is far-famed, but who under
l!l:il  Bhai]   present c inditlons are held to jeopaid-
need for a corporati body
pp.-i i both thi inter- sts ol those
honestl| and prtopefly engaged In
di allng with real i Btate and thi In-
i. of   tl e    - neral  public.    The
necessity tor a u b an tion baa
beei a i Isti nci foi ' i ;: e yeai b, but
al prea nl time, whi n real prop
erty in Now Wei tmlm ti i and Its
-. iclnlt; Is so pri li ntly to the fore,
It ; eally ui gi nt.
'. ,       ...   .  mi   ol ci , .   P
ress i ad the brilliancy of Its future
noised I we may ex]
now to !��� ��� - nd i ioni u men <lf
ii .    smart,   ci iftj   and   unscrup i   ���
,ho llvi   by  their   wil     and
I : pon   thi    unsu pectlng.     I ��� e;
will lose no time In proci edi
deal with both ri al and unn al ���
in tbat dexterous manner which is
pe ... : in their kind. ,to their own
advantage and to the loss and vexation of the trusting investor. Then
when their gains are sufficiently large
or the place gets too hot to hold
tie ,. any longer they will depart as
suddenl;. and Bllently as they came.
Tl.i se are the kind of people New
\\ estminster does not want, and as
a protection against their nefarious
schemes a strong association will be
of  the greatest  advantage.
Apait from this, however, and as
a means of improving the status of
real estate agents generally, the proposed association would be decidedly
valuable. Forming as it would, a select body of business men, this institution would on the one hand serve
to instil a greater feeling of confidence in its members on the part of
the public, whilst on the other it
would induce a spirit of mutual help
ami ensuri that accession of Btrei gl
which a union ol Inten sta always provides.
We obi ei that ll has bi en Bug-
geste i ni soi e quarters that the ro
poi ed as elation should a .-;. i in
mai;.'.. ; .��� ��� ., ��� ., ;��� :. , || the Dominion thi Indu trial and resident!! I i ���'.
vantaj i b which N'ew Westminster has
to offer, \ ��� are glad to .- e In tiiis
i ��� m a adoption of the idea
we pui forward a few da) . ago,   It
'" ;'     moi i    ; j parenl   every   lay
thai :. .i   ni ed   for  a  live,
actl ���   body to push forward the dc-
velopmenl of this city,    in short, we
wan;   a   publicity   bureau   of   the   best
kind.    There is perhaps no class of
men tbat could organize and maintain
such an organization as this more sue
cessfully than the real estate agents
of   New   Westminster.     But   we   venture t��� doubt whether a really effective  publicity  bureau  could  be  successfully attached  to an  association
established mainly for the promotion
and   protection   of   real   estate   interests,   such an Institution requires tho
active support of all business men���
nn rchants, storekeepers, manufacturers   and   real   estate   agents���In   this
city.   For this reason a publicity bureau, or development association, or
whatever    ll    may    be    designated,
Bhould,   we   consider,   be   something
���eparate and aparl from the proposed
Heal Estate Agents Association,    We
boj'  therefore to see both these necessary  bodies, each of  which  would
,l" ;i dlstincl gain to our city, brought
into existence wlthoul delay,
general health of the city,
which is much disturbed In consequence. For these conditions, in con-
lon with which Kamloops has un-
- lonably a gi levance, th mi d cal
I ��� - Bslon may be In pai I and unintentionally to blame, for it Is very
��� ommon advice to a tub i c ilar patient   (even one ln the last  Btagea of
.    In   ���!  "white plague")  to "go to
K ml iops," ai  a resul   ot \*   li b that
clt;   -    n -  not only an un I i    propor-
folk, bu   in  m ny ���
folk.  There an
be abou       venty consumpti       the
��� ���'  ;
The civic autborkii s are now con-
_hal th -y m ;  do to terminate   the   condition   which   resull
made as they  claim   "a
dumj :      | foi  com tn ptlves from
every part of the province���even the
Dominion."
Dr. Pagan was appealed to be ause
it was thought that tlie provincial authority might invoke the general law
In respect to the contagious and infectious diseases, and make Bpecial
provision not only to prevent anymore consumptives seeking an asylum���and even life���in Kamloops. bui
also to remove those now there who
are not naturally citizens. Otherwise
the city felt that the time had arrived
to take self-protective measures, possibly going so far even as to establish
quarantine on all consumptives within
the city.
The conditions of the law were
plainly presented ln an opinion from
the deputy attorney-general, and it is
expected that Kamloops will now
adopt a stringent bylaw prohibiting
the incoming of persons of tuberculosis tendencies, which bylaw it is
highly improbable that the provincial
authorities will seek to disturb���certainly not except In case of special
appeal being made to the attorney-
general's department, to be Investigated  upon its individual  merits.
STARTLING  EGG FIGURES.
Competent   Official   Gives   Information
on   Value of   Egg   Industry.
In   an   interview-   given   an  eastern
paper,   it.   S.  Hamar, of  the  Ontario
Department    of    Agriculture,    asked
"How   many   bad.   broken   and   boiled
do  you   think   Canada  produces
In a year?"   "Boiled eggs'." exclaimed
e Interviewer In an Interruption of
Incredibility.    "Yes,"  he  said,    "tlie
both 'I eggs are the left overs at meals
and  are  sold  as  spol   fresh."
Mr. (lamer went on to say thai the
people have not ihe faintest idea of
what the industry means till the facts
are collected and put Into statistical
and comparatival array. The egg production of North America in a single
year would pay the debt of the Unite I
States���hundreds of millions���in one
year and ten months. The egg output
for the L'nited Stan s for three months
is equal to the entire sieei output in
that country for one year. Corn
growing is the only industry In the
land which excels in commercial volume that of eggs.
This is credible when Olio thinks
that about all the other industries go
in belts or by the Slates; but eggs,
like the stars, cover every portion
of the earth, If the annual output
of eggs in North America were cased
and packed ]n cars It. would form a
solid train stretching from Montreal
to  Nelson,  B.C.
Article.
Pig Iron    . ������}
Automobiles    .
Ore crushers      ��� ��� .   ..
POI table engines    .
Steam shovels	
Thrashing machine separators .,   ..
Printing presses	
Machinery, not otherwise provided for.,   .
Railway  iron'and steel       ���������-..   .
.;    ictural  iron  and  steel    ..
a	
Skelp iron or steel    ...,,   .
Tubing	
Iron   and   steel   scrap  .   .
G        rifles, etc ,.  .
Steel plate       ��� ��� ���..  .
Iron and Bteel manufactures, noi otherwise  pro, ided  for    ..
Jew* ile, y	
GIovi   leather   .
Boots  and  shoes	
Lighting fixtures       .
Phonograhs   .
L'oa! oil  .   .
Cottonseed oil   .
Photographic and optical Instruments ..   .
Packages and coverings       .
Paper, not otherwise provided for ��� - ���.. .
Bacon and hams      .
Pork    .
Garden seeds    .
Tinware       ... .r,   ,
Watch actions	
.Manufacturers of wood, not otherwise
provided for	
Ready-made   clothing,   not   otherwise
provided for ,,   ,
Furniture  	
Raisins	
Prunes and plums  m. .
Glass bottles	
Cut   glass    ,.   ,
Gloves    .
Plated ware	
Rubber tires  	
Hats and caps   	
Klectric  apparatus   	
Drugs not otherwise provided for
Medicinal  preparations    -, ,
Clothing   ......   .msatm nmn s���m...
White cotton fabrics	
Cocoa and chocolate	
Clocks   t
Coal, bituminous ,.      ]
Railway cars (1
Cereal foods 	
Manufactures of brass   	
Books  	
Beer	
Value
475,339
474,757
Hi.":.;;
791,911
L52.027
239,118
116,856
1,923,071
475,837
l.i::::.""-
161,189
920,915
677,834
109,379
232,136
354,290
.' 333,174
689,096
422 835
1,140,526
294,629
217,540
782,315
529,135
287,911
��� ���- i-i
... _.-..-
635, 569
736, 67
862,042
269,182
177.805
-173.802
769,676
453,161
592.932
372.388
320.85i"i
178,084
182,254
166,934
167,058
96,795
362,980
1,549,671
309,925
296,845
419,606
148,165
100,478
248,368
3,011,352
455,950
202.508
. 622,tt8
791,512
312,352
Present
duty
13,130
166,164
39,746
158,382
41,86'i
74,723
14,685
1,353,899
124,164
117,869
45,356
46,045
146,204
B,029
i 9,640
38,041
849,952
241,183
42,283
341'.157
88,388
65,262
264,969
105,827
71. "77
97.452
158,892
Wil
Surtax
99 :. ,;
221,552
211
55 : .
18,58
1,81 "��� 132
165 552
60,471
-
194,938
10,705
'. _ v *���',!
50,72]
1,133 260
'ul .5.77
56,377
456
117,85 ���
87,016
343 292
141,102
_   i
129,936
211.1 E
117,546
156,1 ;
ii
210,021
280,028
28,060
37 'l ���
44.451
59,268
*
71,083
94,777 '
192,419
250.55.-;
i
V
158,606
211,474
3
177.s79
137.172 ��� 3
f,8.S-_9
91,772
80,318
107,090
!i t ,8 i X
77.170 1 1
59,233
78.977
58,426
77 90]
68,470
77,960
33,878
42,170 I
1117.1143
169,390
426,161
568,214 fl
61,958
82.01.-i
71,211
95,614
14fi,S<)2
186,816
37,041
49,721
21,295
28,383 j
74.510
99,34 i
128,350
171,142
134,783.
179,732
50,642
07.522
i
186.6M
248.84-j
79.1.-, 1
105.5:: 1
142.0DO
189,408
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A Bhipmi nt of English Prints
this extremely low  figure.
H.340    yards   in   all)   I    ���    sold
This lot was refused by a Vancouver wholesale housi
on the hands of the railway company, who disposed of
at a liberal discount off the regular price.
and thrown
to uj
This is your opportunity���do not put off until the bi Bl of these
are gone. COME EARLY. Comprised of Navy and White, Black
and White, Grey and White, Red and White���in dots and neat patterns; also a number of light ground with various colored designs.
Reg. 15c Print (31 to 32 inches wide).   Now on Sale, pei yd 11c
f^sa
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WE ARE DSH7G PURE CAHADIAN MILE in
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Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, ?:IedalIions, Etc
BBS
Cowan's Cream Bars
111 ���lifm'Ma-i  ,.i"i
AB! DISTINCT TROM ALL OTHERS 15
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
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I        The  COWAN  CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
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While, Cream, Pink, Pale Blue,   Myrtle,  Reseda,   Roso,
Grey, Cardinal, Turquoise and   Mauve are the shades in this 4 Inches
wido Taffeta Silk Ribbon.    Special, per yd 15c
Jf
60   YEARS'
^EXPERIENCE
WILL START SEARCH
FOR   GEORGE   CALDWELL
M i
��.M J. ���'/1'-:; .'��?*  Trace Ma .k.3
^t^ViV'^ Dkwoiw
TWv'."      Ccpva!c:;T3*c.
Anmr.i-. -rPTvlliiij r i-.lif trh ami dimcrlpMnn mw
}uinior ascertain our opinion froe wdotlmr an
invention i�� probotil. patent, hla.  Oommunl. ������
t..,-,��i.iri..tir-.,MM,.. ,,,,. ||A|,;jr,ooK nn I'm.,1,1.3
lont loin. <.i.i<!��uu'"ii.������' for lucurfiu potent*.
Paten * taken tl roi . ta Muno ^ ;._ seoaln
K-teutt >:���(,-������'., ;\ ii >,,iul -ili'.r. o, lu Ilia
Scientific; flasrtm
AhmrJ> -taeiy Illustrated wetU*, j,,-., ,, (;;,
ci'iij- ion ��� * any itdem. le (���- ,\ t y . , .
Cfluuda, ��a.75 a yoat, pontajn ptopiiid.   *! ML*
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Scotch  Whisky
Keeping up the Standard.
In the Spring Time
A Young Man's thoughts oft
had brought times turns to Love."   Later
one of on he'J) want to get "spliced"
Ottawa,   March   28.- Tho   Canadian
government has determined  to clear
up, If possible, the mystery .surround-
In.  the disappearance of George Cal-d
well,   the   Arctic   explorer,   who   has
been missing for two years.   He start
ed ostensibly upon a geographical expedition on behalf of tbe government,
accompanied by two Eskimos, bul It
is    now    admitted   thai   he   went  in
search    of    Immense    gold    deposits.
known to Eskimos, who
him sample,   from the Holds
Captain   Samuel    Bartlett,
Newfoundland's  most  skillful  naviga-   tO the lady of hlS choice
tors,  has boon  commissioned  bv  the       mi , J   {    V     y"1*'    .
governmenl to conduct the search for men   he   100KS  aDOUt   him
Caldwell.     The   lasl   tidings   had   of   for  SOme  nlace  to  makp  Vii��s
him was furnished hy mounted police,   hnmo ���   fhi�� lT�� J L
to whom some trailing Eskimos toid nome , tnen he wonders how
they  had seen  Caldwell  and  his two   economically   and   tastefully
companions at Baker Lake in the fall ^id home Can be  furnished j
  j he will need new togs for the
rirst Baseball Fatality. i wedding;; so will his intended
Reading, Penn., March 28.���The sea-   wliG J  and they will look for
son's firsi baseball fatality here was your advertisement in this1
reported today. JameB C, Allen, four- nanov. tut** M^����l,���~*. I r\ 1 I
U-en years old, was hit on the head W^J Mr.# Merchant ! Dost,
by n fly ball nnd died In a few hours.   See the point ?    ADVERTISE !   I
t��   known
t  oua
nlity
the
inj
Watson's Scotch Whisky
world over for its i varyi
exceptionally   fine   flavor.
r.very bottle you open ha-the same smooth
taste ^e same rich, fuil-bjJieJ flavor, the
same characteristic aroma.
We use the u 1 J-fashi
of distillation.
Then   we   leave lime
maturing and mellowing.
fo ensure against the necessity of 8hi
any  win
a    BtoiK  of   several   million
y   our   own   property,  ageing
EBBSSHaHFT '���:">3t\'
tasbionei
J    Pot  Still
me
thod
to   do
irk   of
hef,
continually keep
gallons, absolute!
in wood.
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
I hat is why our whisk
insist
y never varies.
on
Watso
��� THREE STAR
"NO. IO" -A
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il, lliorou��h!y matured ScotoK
ull-lmoci, richly I'avorcd Soldi.
Watches.
��� ���
High Grade W^atch Movements at
CHAMBERLIN'S.  The Jeweler
Official C. P. R. Time Inspector.
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X JUST ARRIVED
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JAMES WATSON & CO.   LimitoU - Duii<tee.
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Onion Setts
SEEDS Of ALL KINDS
I Ryall*s Drug Store
< | EYES TESTED FREE BY OPTICIAN
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MABCH 29, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PORTING NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
(5$ NK8
CAREER BV CHANCE
Now
ia Drifted
Well   Known
SI. YVc'S THOUGHTS
TURN TO AVIATION
Into
g by Accident.
The
,:���>!.: liew Nelson, who
��� !'-!.;'"". ...-i-nt champion-
telrWtoAa. Wolgast at-
l��       ... in,, most gruelling
French Runner Says He Will
Tour Shortly With Flying
Machine.
e.P8  What's the Use
Winn's the use of having a nice
garden, and the hens scratching
it all up-:
What's the use of having hens
if yon don'l keep them home.
Try us for wire netting and
fencing.
boxer
rijSSthBtoodbya
I""1. hy the merest chance.
rS Nelson weathered a
WRd i ��� rights and lefts,
��;;;,, ... mg, but he nev-
ed Ids gameness
&m    ' t0it?h K?
K the rei ree   lopped the tight.
1 ays a tough boy
toughness which
take up fighting
e was employed
a suburb ol Chi-
liabll "i putting
lie bad  many
dif-
his
boldly
j    Bill      '
Iisin<
I
i
J   .
|,. iu :: and many nar-
i  but on the
( urj be made up
j job ai the shop
; . Ise to do.
��� ed in bis head
T . on ins col in tha
i wonder what be
| recovered. To re
dd be distasteful
tblng more ambl-
U*4l
JDane did U"1 bave much of nn
| ided thai the on
to could il" was to become
Ber,
,; ��� .:. w jusi how the thought
I       explaii ed    Nelson    after-
"li jusi i ame over me.    1 told
that ii  1   ever   recovered     I
I go into thi ring,   1 though that
I hit oa ti e head with a piece
Uas worse Mian being punched
[j   ��� md that if 1 could stand
���oil 1 could stand the punch.    I
|p the sport and have been at it
Jeffries.
great lighters  have  entered
Ine in pei uliar  ways.    Jeffries,
Inane . had a groat deal of
1 in hiding his gloves trom
and finally   came  out
|>  hi I himself a boxer.
I ...     llki .1 a lively  tilt with
loves and he used to sneak oft be-
jte barn where he and his bro-
Iii would mix things up. Jeff's
\   i  ��� I bo strenuously to the
losing that they finally consent.
fglveitupand threw the gloves
|&ow> th\- \\ ii k Qrlffln, the big
aim. to ������ .v.. and tbe boys at
r       iu4tu*4 J. if to go out and
tlie bVktty. V, was a slashing
| but Jeff came
��� winner.  It was shortly after
' Ji.' ���'���   ��� ���    the coast and
. reer,
Joe Gans,
boxer, who won
I .ni in a forty-
, was a clerk in
Itimore flsh markel when he be-
]infected with the tight bug.   He
'!' entei - battel  royal  in
���ll!"'i). mid get into the
other until only
Joe   became   the
��''���  fi-i;'' these   lines   hi
louth and tin i   branched out as
Abe Attell.
, attell �� . ading ;v sporting
I" San Fi incl ico one day when
lu attracted by a clever cartoon
rwll known boxer. Abe thought
I8'-1'I"- a good business and de-
1 lint he would like to see his
I'einii,. paper. Accordingly he
r> into ;i preliminary affair and
' Pood.
O'Brien.
Bk O'Brien wns brought up In the
3 samp. Jack's father fitted up
F'tof in: bam into a sort of a
fUKlum and the boya of the neigh-
FM used to work out there. Jack
fme vory ,,,��� ,fi(-i0nt and it was not
' ' osl of the voungsters
���'. ' horhood felt the sting of
: inch.
Winnipeg, .March 28.���Henri St.
Yves, the champion long distance runner, has picked up the English lan-
gunge and has become quite a conver-
sationalist since he was hen. nine
months ago. In fact, he talks sixteen
to the dozen and gives a long account
of liis performances Bince be was here
in June, lie has run fifteen races at
distances ranging from ten miles to
the full Marathon distance and has
only mel defeat on two occasions,
The thoughts of St, Yves are now
wandering from the running path to
Hying in the air and on ;n latlon be
has become an authority. While at
Prii co he fli w with Louis Paulhan
and he himself the sport hns the
hard grinds from which he earns bis
dally bread beaten a hundred ways.
Henri lias become Buch an enthus
iasi in the art of flying he contemplates giving up Marathon running
mill buj Ing a Farman machine. He
says be has made enough money to
purchase one and that his presenl
plans nn- to glvo up the sport and
tour the American continent with a
machine, lie is telling bis friends
that be will be seen in Winnipeg
flying at a near date, even mentioning Victoria day as the occasion,
As for his records while absent
Henri established a new world's mark
when he ran the Marathon distance
in 2 hours :'..' minutes and s seconds,
beating a held of thirteen, including
Hayes; Marsh and Fitzgerald. After
the race here he leaves for Pittsburg and will challenge the winner
of the Dorando-Longboat event. St.
Yves is particularly anxious to have
a race with Paul Acoose and will be
after his scalp on the lirst opportunity.
T. J.Trapp & Co.,] Ltd.
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SPORT  NOTES.
The Clovers, of Vancouver, and tlie
Royals, of New Westminster, will play
another baseball game here next Saturday   at   Moody  square.
The annual meeting of the Westminster baseball association will beheld in the board of trade room on
Thursday  evening of next week.
The Fast End Junior Lacrosse club
holds its annual organization meeting
at   No.  '.'���  tire ball  this  evening.
'The local billiard players will go to
Vancouver tonight to play the second
series of games for the Chamberlin
trophy. The men are in better form
iban t'ney were last week and 'Xpert
to mal'e a good showing. The sauio
players as before, Coidicott, Watt,
Grant. Andeberg and Davis, will represent the Royal City.
\wgtish Soccer
":'!""   M  'h   28.���Today's   foot-
scon
s were:
V*\ League���
per United l:
Iristol City 2, Man-
Everton 3, Bury 0;
|  I. Astonville 3: Shef-
Jv- '���    Bradford City  1;   Notts
,;,"��� Bolton Wanderers 0: Chel-
Woolwlch
. Arsenal
'Liverpool I.
fm League-Barns!
...    Bradford
f,f|n Orient o
I Town
l; Sunder-
ley _, Lincoln
Birmingham 0;
. Leeds City 2; Derby
l- Oldham Athletics 1; Grime-
".  Leicester  Fosse 0;   Hull
.   .;. Burnley  3;   Manchester City
1.   nisborough Trinity 1; liromwlch
Gloi BOp 0.
Lacrosse Among Carlisle Indians.
Cornwall, March 28.���William T.
O'Neill, who for two or three years
paBt, has been coaching the Cornwall
lacrosse team, has been engaged to
handle the lacrosse team of the Indian college at Carlisle. Pcntin.. and
the athletics in general. Mr. O'Neill
will leave for Carlisle next Thursday
and will return to Cornwall about
the end of May. John White, the
greal Cornwall Island Indian, who
went to Carlisle five or six  weeks
ago.   will  remain  there,  and will  play
on the Carlisle team.
English Racing.
Kempton Park, England, March 28.
���The Rendlesbam two-year-old stakes
of 200 sovereigns, distance half a
mile on the straight course, was inn
here today and won by Flesole. Fan-
ager was second and Ween third.
Eleven horses started.
SenFOn Approval A
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"i  League-
-Hrentford 2, Lu-
Clty 0, Brighton
Exeter
i, .,,Ae V; swlndon Town' 2, Bristol
Ity i   i     w Brompton 0, Coventry
a,.Reading 3, Croydon Common
t, ��� '.u I alai
South
���'(' 2, Westham United
MlliwauPt^n - Leytou 0; Watford
Prtl>ainpton
['"'ll':,
Southend   United
0".    Norwich    City
Park Rovers 0.
Aviat
F"' k
l0"  Week   Starts
-  Badly.
"s; france, March 28.���Aviation
''"""rn   r,U"l   ,,Hl:,y    with
re ".J ,(.' .20,000.
It'
prizes
���   Today's events
,,|I'K d by two accidents.    Avl-
w i and Weissenbach fell with
Uigal   was   bruised.
e��capod    Injury,
were demolished.
a,,'" W8a1
Ihth ��� 1SK""^"'h
machl
nos
llutlralLnt ar* Exact SiM
Every pen guarantcwl
full H Ki. Bella Oold���eut
on rmlit haiul may tie hml
iu c.ihcr our utaiulanl
black Opaque pattern, or
Nou-breakable TnniMi*
1 em, a�� Uesireil, either in I
plain or engraveil finish, I
ua preferred.
You m��y try ttilt fan * ararta, I
If you do Hoi l.l.'l il:.l l.'V. wK-l.U't, I
. 1.,-iur ftrlli'lt tli*n you c��n it-l
cure for TDlia tihh tnib tMri4L|
rmca la ki.y other nmkfi, It uotl
inllrely Mtl��fKtory In ev��ry r��-|
il.ri-1 reiora II Mil �� WlU ����ud I
you |t. Ill for Ifc
Cur on l.orr l�� our fom��*�� and I
}-,.,.nl.r lit" em lot e��lioll, ftl
roail'l'l" ,,,,k !"""' WwBfc "'��y I
1�� currUil In ��oy n��iiion Inl
,�����liiit oi ihopnlni liar, wrltoi ��i|
. ��� ��li. ��� a\ llr��l touch, run-1
���nun (intlnt) fr��d, Iridium I
point, potlllwd Tu1niilrr.il rJlWMi
cul, tcirr. coUn llnlrh. Hrlml |
| .y.rywhoro fur |;��. *�������'����� .
w��nud WrIM for l��rnn. ��'"* I
now " loot you Mm. '   Aran" I
I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.%a
Mi.iltlo BMg..
Detroit. ainfc
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COAL
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"YOU NEEDN'T A
COME AROUND"
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be 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 ..nod order, and
their numbers are 16 and If.,
('"nl procured here is crack-a-
jack coal, however secured.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd
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Fourth Avenue ana Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   .1   p-r day  up.
Room and board $2.50 per day up.
Room  with  bath $2.50 per day up.
Poom with bath and board $4 per day.
Ml   mrilde moms, with hot and cold
water  steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
The rinily News wil! be Kept on file
In our reading room.
OARI.WON   aiI,RR��T   M.-
10 acres close in, on Main
Road, $450 per acre.
70 acres on Newton Road at
$150 per acre. This is
much below market price.
Several 2 acre blocks in
Section 30, Block 5, N. R.
2 west on tram line. $700
an acre.   Easy Terms.
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628 and 746 Columbia f'treet, New Westminster, B.C
Main Office Phone P.85 Branch Office Phone L85
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STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given on   Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Easter Special
97 Piece Green Decorated
Dinner Service
$12.00
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and so.l for the same.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured bv
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
I Give us
Your
Grocery
Business
It Will Pay You
Royal Standard
Hoar
The Very Best Flour Made
Every Sack Guaranteed
$1.85 Per Sack	
KODAKS
Now is the time
to Kodak. Full
supplies
Cameras and Photo
Supplies
Cheapest place
in the city for
Spectacles 50 cents up
D. S. Curtis & Co.
DRUGGISTS
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
3 lbs Creamery
Butter $1.00
3 lbs People's
Blend Ceylon
Tea $1.00
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C.A.
Welsh
The People's Grocer
PHONE 193 and 443
Sapperton Phone 373
BURNABY���8 acres, right
near Royal Oak Station; magnificent view; south; slope; fine
for subdivision. .2500 cash;
balance easy.
NEAR CENTRAL PARK���
two minutes from tram; lots all
cleared and in grass. .525;
one-fourth cash, balance in 6,
12 and 18 months.
CITY SNAP���Two lots, all
cleared and in grass; some Improvements; Seventh avenue.
This is corner property and will
be very near the new cut-off
on B. C. E. R. to Vancouver.
$1600; easy terms.
WE     HAVE     ACREAGE     IN      |
"SURREY"   WELL   WORTH        I
INVESTIGATING. %
CARTER & CARVER
Rm, 6, Guichon Bldg.    Tel. 681
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Ladies !
You Should See
Mrs. H. G. Moore's
Millinery Display
A visit to our Showroom will reveal to you all that Is latest
in the  Millinery  World.
The fashion centres of Paris and New York have been searched to gather to New Westminster the very latest creations in the
art.    We would ask you to call and see them.
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street
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New Westminster, B.C.
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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Why You Should Insure Against Lawsuits
fTORKMEN can sue you without cost to themselves, and they have
�� VERYTHING to gain and small chance to lose by so doing.
R
Ladles, our show window will be
lighted every evening this week. The
latest ln foot-wear, as shown in New
York, ls here. W. E. Sinclair, the
shoe man. **
ERSONS other than employees accidentally injured about the premises invariably sue for damages.
EGARDLESS of their own responsibility for the accident, or the
existence of negligence on the Part of others.
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 me��\ can 111 afford to assume the risk 9*
this ever-increasing and uncertain liability.
CREDIT of otherwise responsible manufacturers and business Arms It
sometimes seriously impaired by such damage suits.
TO   go  to law   means  loss  of  time, money, endless annoyance and
worry.
OUR profits may be seriously curtailed as a result of accident unless you are Insured.
NLY insurance against such risks will enable you to nx and reduce your expenses to a minimum.
NDER the protection of a Liability Policy In the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you will save money and time and be
relieved from all such annoyances.
Alfred W. McLeod
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" Tke Insurance Man." 657 Columbia St.
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TUE6DAY, MARCH
29, 111,
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$60
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No doubt you have some idea of what is going on at White
Rock now:
Town lots are selling at from $300 to $500, and this 160 is
right close to the most active developments.
White Rock is the point on the Canadian Northern where all
transfers will be made relative to this railroad's Vancouver Island
Traffic.
Price, $2400 Cash, balance, 6, 12
and 18 months.
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White Rock is going to be a city if any young town in this
province is going to be such.
The soil is good, and the slope and general lay of the land
places it beyond doubt as a future portion of White Rock proper.
This piece of land is so good that it will be picked up in a
hurry by some man and this man is the first one who goes to see it.
W. J. KERR,   614 Columbia St
i m JESDAY.
flARCH 29, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
G.MAHSHALL
i*.��ei> Phone
Westminster
F507
PAGE SEVEN.
and  half  "re8'
kaae an i. We
���
near tram.
;i minster.
,,,d two acre
;aB)  ' "
blocks and    cut-
Road
lire   6,
station.
12, and
I
(2
II stocked and In
wiib furniture
j terms.
1ST
60 THROUGH ELECTION
Another Appeal to Country
Is Not Far OH-Neither
Party Ready.
M POSSESSES
WOKBEHFUL PROPERTIES
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>������':������&*4b*dt
By Product
WORK OF EIVE MEN
of   Sulphuric   Acid   Could
Destroy Warship Using
Searchlights.
i  acre;
dose in.
London,
lev.   wei .
March
lores. ���'���'
l.   nd��Q*
.: iainder i
��� r  crop;   6  cows,
���in ; |5000; $2000
:i terms.
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wn
nbla street,
ellent view;
osidence.
New
dou-
28.���Perhaps  in  a
bui certainly within a few
months, England will be in the throes
"'   another   bitter  general    election.
1,1'"1' Is ii" prospect o' avoldii :   il
"'"""I' the bantams ol the parties a
as limp a collection as ever ��� ta
out of an old time
unusually fierce
in tin.- midst
linns,  forecasts .,
circulation, i
red
COCk  pil   all   r an
"main."
ol ibu turmoil of ru-
forecasts and anticipation
txceiieiit lots; Sortb Vancouver;
cash, balance to
IWaterfront
liree mlnutei
I   r toot.
from
Ai  G.   MARSHALL,
Jstate Office. Phone F. 507
South Westminster,
if.a
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oney
GOOD
FRIEND     ALWAYS
vou deposit your money for
I Bank of Toronto
I       . sate while you leave
md ready when you need It,
and It will be
UTheTime
ting tor you three per cent,
tertst Small or large sums
It.        posited at any time.
80
BRANCHES
Ontario
Quebec
West.
and   the
PIT. L
$4,000,000
W  ..
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bnkofToronto
W   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. firacey, Mgr.
F01I FIR
f:   CLA88
ie outstanding feeling In
j*t>li�� i��i��i circle.-, is that Premier As-
'i"'11' can do nothing Immi dial ly to
��� ore to lus party any real fighting
spirit. He may contrive to hold together (or a time the opposing forces
in bis own ranks, bul his army lB demoralized for the pri sent, at anj rate,
The "forward" men:!,, rs, alike with
11 ' i; ore im derate, are sick al heart
over the incidents of the last two
weeki li will require all the Celtic
fire of Lloyd Gi on e and the tui id
��� orlc rn Wini ton Churchill to stir
the blood in their veins one- more.
Politicians, in despair of Eluding an
outlet Hum the threatened political
Impasse, ai e suggi Btlng the possibility of the appointmenl of a privy
council commission to carry on the
b . ini ui the country in the In ti 111
gnum which might be created bi lure
a fresh appeal to the constituencies
could be made and a new ministry installed in ollice.
Former Member Gives Idea.
The idea has originated from a private letter written by one of the most
respected of the older parliamentarians, who has just retired from St.
Stephen's and who was a recognized
authority on constitutional procedure,
lie writes: "I expect there will be a
good deal of 'whip's law' and much
vexation of spirit, from wbicli I am
satisfied to bo released, and other
as possible to occur -during the early
part  of the session.
"It is possible, of course, that it may
he a period of paralysis, which would
have to be painfully endured by the .
country, or be guided by a privy council commission until another appeal
is made to the country, li Mr. As-
iiuitli and his party break down there
is no other combination strong enough
to take ollice and issues may have to
be referred immediately to the electorate. We live In unsettled times and
my imagination conjures up many
striking and portentous vistas."
Though the general Impression even
on the Liberal side, is thai the budget
is dead, the government is far from
admitting that this is the case. They
agree that it is in great danger, but
they still hope to carry It before the
present parliament conies to an end.
To obtain ihis result, an understanding with the Redmondlte party will
be in c< Bsary and it is believed that
the ministers hope that, after they
have blven ample proofs of their determination to prosecute the Lords
(ill istlon   to  its  nnal   Issue,   the   Irish
members will be willing to allow the
budget to go through.
Redmond   May   Balk.
They will not, perhaps, vote tor it,
but it will be suihcieiu it thej simply
abstain.    John    Redmond,    however,
not part with his power over the
otto
Hamlr   lK  March M'-WiUiaw  J-
���-""">, a consulting electrical en-
'    "'"' l"|> city, explained to the
""*��* of Stevens, Institute today an
' lD    !i :��� us to the value in
"Jiieof war of selenium, a by-product
��' ��" Pburn; itcid. by tne use ot this
P-^uct, he declared, the moment the
bearchlights of an enemy's warship
tell upon it, a Bhot would be Hied
automatically down the path of light
flashed by the approaching warship.
Selenium, wnicn was first disco.er-
ed in 1817, by Berzillus, who obtained ii from crystals formed In the lead
chambers of sulpnuric acid works
possesses the remarkable property,
Mr. hammer said, ,,i being au excellent Insulator In the dark, but
an electric current when exposed
light.
Mr. Hammer used Newark as an
example oi a city which mi. m be de-
fende . to advantage by cannon cou-
trol   .i by Belenium cells.
' Cannon," he said, "equipped with
������ box on the carriage containing a
���"''' i,!:":' ''��� !l- could lie mounieu on
Promlneni earthworks with their
muzzle inuiued down the bay. in the
dark or the dim light trom'small re-
irs, the Belenium ceil would not
conducl ,. spark from a battery in tne
box in the powder, bia this would
take piace the instant, a powerful
earchlight from a battleship was
ted upon the cell, cnanging it
trom being a poor to au excellent conductor. The gun's aim would prob-
abmly be correct, as the straigut beam
from the ship shone on It, with the
resull that the hostile war vessel
would itself set off the charge which
would sink it."
Mr. Hammer then told the students
that if any of them ever had auy idea
of going into the burglary business, it
Chicago's " Nickleodeons "
Must have Films Examined
by Police Before Exhibitor!
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" takes five censors to keep the
theatre, [n Chicago reasonably clean
um.1   relatively   wholesome   in   lone;
u!ld u id thing is that the moving
picture   theatres   of    ���'nickleodeons"
seemed to demand the closest attention.   Before a moving picture can be
publlcl)  exhibited in Chicago it must
be Inspected by one of the    censor
squad of  policemen, and receive big
approval.   Since the Illinois supreme
court gave Chicago power to supervise
and  control   these   places  of  amusement two years ago there has been
.a great improvement in tbe general
tone of the electrical theatres in that
city.   Anything that is suggestive of
Immorality, and more Important, anything that  has a tendency It glorify
criminals   or   familiarize   the    public
with deeds of violence, is now purged
from the films by a censor.
Cutting it Out.
The method employed is simple to !
the verge ol crudity.   The film maim  '
facturer and the manager of the film :
exchange  notifies  the  police  depart- ;
ment that he has a film for which he
desires to get a license.    One of the
censors is sent out, and a private exhibition is given.   If the film is wholly unobjectionable it is passed at once.
If it is generally unsatisfactory it is
promptly  condemned;  but If it is of
the usual sort, namely, neither wholly good nor bad, it is editetd by a pair
of scissors.    "You'll   have  to cut out
that murder," says the censor firmly,
ly good nor bad, it is edited by a pair
Then he literally cuts out the objectionable part of ihe film, rolls it up
and takes it away, just to make sure
the theatre people will not run It In
accidentally some evening.   When tb
I Eighty acres on Yale Road in
1 Section 25, $125 per acre, 1-4 cash,
I balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
1 Thirty acres, partly cleared, in
I south 1-2 of south east 1-4 of Sec-
I tion 36, $3500; 14 cash, balance 6,
112 and 18 months.
4
7. S. ROSE
745 Columbia Street
Phone 655
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would be well to ascertain if tlie bunk ' filui is shipped oue the city, the miss-
sales hud any selenium cells concealed about them, for an alarm
might be given miles away the moment the intruder's bullseye fell on
one of the cells. He showed how, by
means of selenium cells, apparatus
could be simply constructed for measuring light, X-rays, radium rays, and
in controlling electric and other ma-
eiiines, operating boats, turing on
and off lights, automatically lighting
and extinguishing buoys and street
lights, closing buildings automatically
in the event ofl fire, and doing many-
other wonderful things which the
scientific world is just beginning to
realize dimly.
may
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budget until the two houses ate in
conflict on the Lords question and parliament is on the verge ol dissolution.
It will then be too late to get the
budget   through.
The Conservative leaders In the
House of Lords, it is said, will follow
the example of the government in the
Commons and will embody their
scheme for reforming the upper bouse
in a series of resolutions. These resolutions will set forth In considerable
detail the proposals which Hie Conservatives are prepared to make for
reconstituting the second chamber.
Much depends on the extent and
character of the reforms to which the
Lords themselves are ready to agree.
A few months ago the changes they
would have accepted would have been
[&���'&ble Dominion Lands with- comparatively limited in their scope,
i in British Colum-  but now tbey are disposed to consent
Emperor of Austria, while occasional
visits have been paid to the galleries
by the American ambassador, Whit- -
law Reid; Count Benckendorfl. the
Russian ambassador; M. Komanos. the
representative of the King of the llel-
lenes; Count de Lalalng, the Belgian
minister, who is perhaps more interested in any debates that may take
place on the subject of the Congo.
The most familiar figure of ail is
; Count Wrangle, the representative of
ihe King of Sweden, who. like Count
Mensdorff and Count Benckendorff,
has many friends in both houses of
parliament.
Humor in New Peerages.
To anybody not  case hardened  to
the funny  ways of title worshippers
! on this side of the water, it is queer
'to see the party  that  has been declaiming   against  the   Lords,   making
I two more or them.   The humor of the
i situation gained much in fruity flavor
1 from the fact that when announcing
the peerages confererd upon Herbert
Gladstone and Ivor Guest, the prom-
! ler's  secretary  took  care to add ex-
ing section is returned and is shipped
; to some other town that is not as
'particular as Chicago.
Nothing Suggestive Allowed.
Crime must uot lie presented in a
heroic   aspect.     .Murders   are   forbidden;  so are kidnappings.    Robberies
'are sometimes allowed to pass when
retribution comes swift on the heels of
. the  culprits.    No  scenes  from    tbe
] "underworld"  are tolerated;  nor are
faithless wives and wayward husbands
' allowed to figure on the screens, unless the stories in which tbey appear
| are strongly inorafc    Not long ago the
story of a wife who lived in luxury,
Ibut ran away with tlie artist who was
: painting her picture, was allowed to
appear  at  a  moving picture theatre.
I She was speedily reduced to rags, and
'finally was depicted lying in the snow
where her  husband found her.    The
! moral   of   this   film   being     obvious
enough, it was perimtted.
Sermons on Screens.
Sergt. O'Donnell, who is head of
the censor squad, takes the view that
many a powerful sermon can be
preached in the dimly lighted picture
galleries called nickle theatres. Bible
stories have been arranged by some-
film manufacturers, and are given a
dramatic presentation that has a salutary effect upon their beholders. Temperance reformers also find strong
allies in some of the films. Speaking
of temperance, it is said on the authority of the chief Chicago censor
that many working men who formerly
spent their time and not a little of
their money in saloons are now steady
patrons of what he calls the "spool
drama." For twenty-live cents a man
can take his wife and three children
to one of these shows and have an
hour's amusement and instruction.
This is fairly cheap enjoyment; and ii
is plain tbat the moving picture may
PPSlS   Of
STEAD
CANADIAN    HONIfe
REGULATIONS.
ny any per-
bead of a family
railway b
����� be botnesteaded
,"��l8th�� sole
cream' on*<W��rter section of
-more or less.
.'lsl   '9 mad
W land office
, " Ul" land Is
condl
to extensive changes iu the character
of the upper house. It is understood
that after the Lords bave passed these
resolutions Mr. Balfour will table
them iu the House of Commons and
personally at | ask an opportunity for discussing
for  Uie district  them.
situate.     Entry i    It Is not altogether healthy for tho
However, be made on ; ministerial sido that the Conservatives
ll"s    by    the    lather,   are so anxious not to defeat the gov-
'aughter, brother or Bis-   eminent just now.    Besides the chief
difficulties they
planations
Obviously,   no   exception   could  be   yet become a great educational agent,
taken to making Gladstone a peer, by j Chicago Censor's Boast.
virtue of his now post as governor | In Chicago at present there are
general of South Africa, but as no r>0S "nickleodeons," and they are In-
such reason could be put forward for 'creasing at tbe probable rate of one
Guest, resort is bad to the ingenious a week. There are thirty-seven inanu-
ination that he would have be- facturers of films in that city, which
n the ordinary course (release from twenty-five to thirty
that there will be no | films each week. This means that
ultimate increase of the house of lords isome censor must be inspecting films
I through this appointment.   For he Is   at almost every hour of the day or
evening.    It  is the  boast of    Sergt.
expn
.come a peer
!of nature,  so
In.
���i':;i:i!   ,
��� homostc
1 Glider
brother or Bis-
homesteader.
>*sr ls required to per-
'"a* connected tbere-
one   or    the
following
At Ir
east si. months' resilience
, Mi    three years.
|r Is a. oa'1,1!''1' '.or mother, if tne
���Pb ...
and
."l^n a tarn
��f tbo homesteader
on-.
'red for, th
1 in the vicinity ot
P fWilniio        '   '"' requirements
Wn  realmV   fel  8aUsfled   by
(other.    re81tllnS with the lather
|enceth^tU!r hils Ms permanent
in, ,nu'""
.thi
land   own*i
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ba wgfi���"1*" ^ to residue
fal|l land' y  ros>**nce  upon
I** to lh?4S? '" WrU,n5 ��houl<l
P�� laud, j�� c^"ml��Blon*r of Do-
|S7 f("- patent ��f ,ntenUon
'"S*i^if? rights may   be
Not.  n"""*1 ^tal of $1 per
"nV      A rovnl?"6  tamvM���l  or
Ms i��r ��o���    I  H tho rtte or
" ,WT<,h��ntM?i Sha" hp collected
*y ot th, u,       w CORY.
Ta^nR��thoSr 0f th�� Interior.
, 1v,'r<l��C     *   ^Mlcatlon   of
' w,u   not be paw
considerations of the
would have to face if called on to take
ollice, there are all kinds of minor
considerations in the air. They would
be glad, for instance, to have a few
months to see Just, what their strength
amounts to. The last parliament gave
them practically no new debating
force except P. K. Smith, the rising
young lawyer from Liverpool, and he
did not come up to all that was expected of him.
Conservatives Want Time.
Now there are scores of new men,
among whom may be useful debaters
and men who promise well for office.
The Conservatives would be glad to
.have to look round and get an idea
I of what their party now amounts to
'in capacity as well as ln   numbers.
They do not at all want to be suddenly ln office with a heavy deficit to face
and to have to apply their protectionist cure-all for the first time to such
difficult operations.
But for allowing opportunities to
pass without trying to oust the government, llalfour, leader of the opposition, Is hotly denounced by papers
like the Morning Post.
The parliamentary struggle ls followed with tho closest attention by
many members of the diplomatic corps
In London. One of the most regular
attendants in both branches of the
legislature has been Count Albert
Mensdorff, the representative of the
only paymaster general and that does
not call for a fancy title. But behind
the scenes have been working those
big social "pulls" that are still powerful ln all parties. Lord and Lady
Wimborne have lent great aid to the
Liberals. Ivor Guest is their son. He
lost the Liberals several elections at
various times, but now, while many
are rejected, he Is chosen for a peerage.
O'Donnell that Chicago has tbe strictest censorship of any city in America,
if not in the world. The fact that in
spite of rigorous inspection there are
more than 500 moving picture theatres
doing business in Chicago proves that
the public will patronize the denatured spool drama in the absence of
tbo more thrilling unexpurgated
brand.
For CHILLIWACK
AND     UPRIVER
LANDINGS
THE NEW STERNWHEELER
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 nlnd Sunday at 7 a. m.
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In any business is Competency and
to he competent requires special
training.
We give special training in Gregg
Shorthand, Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping and Accounting accompanied
by   the   allied   commercial   subjects.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
610   Columbia St.
A.  L.  BCUCK,  Principal.
As a result cf the patient investigations of Dominion Officer O'Connell, of
: Nanaimo, and Indian Agent R. C. Mc-
. Donald,    Bryan    LaPolnta,    *   saloon
keeper   of   Sumas,   Wash.,   has  been
! summoned to appear before ths court
in   Belllngham  to   answer   a   charge
I of selling liquor to Canadian Indians.
Mr. O'Connell describes the condition
I of  affairs  around  Chilliwack  as  disgraceful, the Indians apparently hav-
jing no difficulty    ln    getting    liquor
i across ths line and smuggling lt Into
Canada.
See the carpets at Fales. ���*
The following are the names of
] some of the New Westminster peo-
I pie who won prizes at the dog show
| held in Vancouver last week: J. J.
IJackson, M. K. Bradbury, J. Eagles,
George Hargreaves, Mrs. E. Rosseau
and J. J. Mahoney. The dogs were
shown in competition with the best
in the province and some of the finest dogs in Washington. J. J. Jackson carried away Spratt's $300 trophy
for the best collie dog ln the show.
New fi-room house, Hospital street.
$1800. One-third cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months. P. L. Secord & Co.,
450 Columbia St., Sapperton. **
By disposing of nihe cases in seven
minutes at the police court yesterday
morning, Magistrate Corbould captured the speedy justice lecord, long
held by Colonel Denison, in Toronto.
Seven of the men failed to appear
and Jailer Mclnnes' call rang out in
the police court In vain until he came
to the eighth case. The absentees
contributed $.01 to th* city police
court, three of them, Chinamen, forfeiting bail of $fi0 per head, and four
drunks doing the same for smaller
amounts. The Celestials were arrested for gambling on Saturday night.
The two men who did appear got off
lightly, one being fined $2.50 and
costs for being drunk, and the other,
a vagrant, being given three hours
to seek pastures new.
j    Something   went   wrong   with   the
electric borer which the B. C. E. R-
has  been   using on  the  new  double ;
tracking and work was suspended yesterday on that account.
Leeal crown plants aad flowers.
freeh erery day at the Co-Operative
���tore, Sixth street. "
The flrst section of the steel towers
for carrying the power wires over the
!draw in the Westminster bridge ha*
I been erected on the south side of the
| bridge.
1     Two   and   a  half  acres,    Columbia
street,   Sapperton,   with   house,   barn
I and   lots of   fruit.     P.   L.   Secord   k
'Co., 450 Columbia St., Sapperton.     '*
Engine   131.   which   has  long   been
familiar to the people of New Westminster as the reliable hauler of the
Junction train, has been sent over to
I Vancouver   to   suffer   repairs.       Her
.place is taken by 8S1, which is one of
| the  finest  passenger  engines on  the
west slope of the Rockies.    Unfortunately the change is only temporary.
South     Westminster     property    is
handled by Hale Bros, and Kennedy.
Xtd.    Call in and see them, and they
'will put before you some good things.
Harry  Tidy, manager of the opera
' house,   has   received  a   very   compli-
; mentary letter from John Cort, man-
ager of the Cort circuit, congratulating on the good business done- at the
"Stubborn    Cinderella"    performance
and stating that he would try to have
i"A Prince for a Night" sent here.
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Look over the mattings. Still got
'em; 20c yard.   Fales- **
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,
lhe Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Pald-Up    $5,000,000
Reserve       5,700,000
Total  Assets    70,000,000
I  N.w  Westminster, B: C. Branc^
��� f. (UHli**   Man*o��r.
SECOND NUMBER OF
COURIER   OUT   TODAY
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Do not hook your passage without
seeing us first. Our system ol handling tickets from the Old Country
will save you money.
For dates and rates apply
ED. GOULET,
C.P.R. Agent.
"ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
For the latest in fashionable footwear, see Sinclair's show window today. *���
The first body to be recovered from
the wreck pf the Aruthur B., which
sank at the mouth of the Fraser last
Tuesday, was found yesterday at Friday harbor on San Juan island. It
proved to be the body of young
Weeks, son of H. Weeks, of Vancouver, one of the owners of the ill-
fated vessel. The remains will be
brought to Vancouver.
Fales' for furniture, Agnes St.     **
Mrs. A. Gibbons, of Nanaimo, is
spending a few days in the city, the
gtiest of Mrs. J. D. Galloway, Carnarvon street.
Got any papering and patinlng to
do?   If so, see I. Hudson, Sixth street.
Professor Hetherington will lecture
this evening in the Lord Kelvin school
on "The Land of the North." Pictures of the little-travelled portions of
this province will be projected on a
screen by means of a steropticon lantern. The proceeds will be applied
to the school library fund.
The local agency of the Oliver Typewriter company ls at 740, Columbia
Street. Three doors from the B.C.E.R.
car station. ���*
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of St. Barnabas church will
be held next Thursday afternoon at
three o'clock.
Ladies,���See the latest in New
York styles at Sinclair's. **
The Sunday school of St. Barnabas
church will hold its annual prize-giving tea and entertainment on Wednesday evening, commencing at Biz
o'clock.
A payment, of $23 procures a lot In
South 'Westminster from Hale Bros.
& Kennedy, Ltd. TheBe lots are in
great demand. **
The second number of The Westminster Courier, which will be Issued
today, shows a considerable advancement upon the creditable issue of
last montli. The reading matter has
been enlarged by four pages and tlie
subject matter contained in its columns Is of interest, especially to the
intending settler. Several of the Illustrations show the Royal City in
its most advantageous aspects and the
cover gives a view of New Westminster from the Surrey side. The advertising columns of The Courier are
patronized by those who will reap the
most benefit from this style of publication. Charles E. Sands has just
heen appointed advertising business
manager.
W. RICH
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Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their fatuous Plan to I
toilet  soap, if .vou mention  this  patier
Gold Watches for Ladh-s from |12./c
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watch.-s,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CITY HOMES
USE
Muir's White
Pine Cough
Syrup
For Coughs and
Colds.
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Bloc's. New Westminster
$1000 cash, balance to be arranged,
buys modern residence, situate on
large corner lot, 70x126 In splendid
location, north side of Third avenue,
commanding magnificent view. House
contains the following rooms; Four
bedrooms, drawing room, dining room,
hall, sitting room, den and kitchen,
also large attic and cellar. House
nearly new and beautifully papered
throughout.
$500 cash, balance easy terms,
buys nice modern bungalow, near
Queens Park, lot 66x132. Good situation.
If you want a home, come and see
us. We can help you, and finance
any reasonable proposition.
F. J. Hart & Co. iti.
COTTON
SUITINGS-
Smart and,
Serviceable
The Most Complete Showing in the City
There are many reasons why the new Cotton Suitings are t.
ing to make friends.
In the first place, they are  prettier than  ever befi r<
patterns  and  colorings are   novel   and   effective.     And
such a diversity of them.   Linens,   lniplins.   cotton   to
many other pretty desirable  textures are here in abui
Qualities are if anything   a   trifle   superior   to   tl
heretofore.    There  Is  a surprising  amount  of  wear  In  even m
most delicate of them. . .
Prices  are  another  thing   which  will   help to  make  these!
terials  popular���they  are  extremely reasonable for such des.r.,1
qualities.
COTTON BEXGAL1NES AND
PIQUES���Xew stripes in two-
tone effects; wide stripes, narrow stripes and plain colors;
per yard, 20 and 25c.
CROSS BAR DIMITIES AND
MUSLINS���15c to 50c per yard.
Fine Swiss and English Dimities in fine stripes and crossbar designs. Some are heavy
In weight, others are sheer and
exceptionally fine���in fact, every
weight of these barred muslins
is here. They will prove mosl
satisfactory for Children's
Dresses and Aprons, Women's
fine Summer Dresses, etc.
Shown mostly In white; per
yard. 15 to 50c,
COTTON POULARDS ��� 35c
per yard.. A line mercerized
cotton with all the finish and
wearing quality of silk. Ground
colors are Copenhagen Brown,
Navy, etc., with white spots
of various sizes;  per yard, 35c.
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS ��� 15
and 20c per yard. Hundreds of
patterns in 117-inch England
Ginghams. New colorings in
these serviceable materials
keep them to the front as favorites for Children's Dresses,
Aprons, etc.
WHITE AND COLORED INDIAN HEAD SUITING���25c per
yard. Linen finished Cotton
Suiting, 36 inches wide; heavy,
Btrong and evenly woven; especially desirable for Tailored
Shirtwaist Suits; colors Pink,
Navy, Brown, Sky ami Black
and white;  25c per yard.
300 PIECES OF BEST ENGLISH PRINTS ��� 15c per yard.
Year after year wo stock the
same well known reliable English prints. They are here this
season in the old favorite spots
and stripes and new colorings
and designs.
JAPANESE COTTON CREPE
���20c  per yard. .  heavy
Cotton   Crepe   In   ;     a colors,
such as Pink. Sky. Fawn,Cream,
Cardinal,   Green    Bri wa, etc.;
also  shown   in  narrow
Guaranteed fast ci lors.
FANCY CREPOI SORS     .
SUCKER���Somi    ��� I   the most
attractive  coloring
able among  tho manj  new designs of this pop ilai
brio;   white;  also .
raised     stripi s .   ���:
Wl aves;   per yard. 20 to 35c.
4-INCH   WHITE   LAWN-20,
25,   and    30c   per   yard.   Fine
white   English   Lawns   Notice
the width and you
Lze what an  ad\       -���    ���
the fact    This Bpeclal One of
lawns is manufaci i ���:;
free   of   dressing;   ll l>m,'en
well;   per  yard, 20, K��riVfc.
HOUSE FURNISHING II INTS-Housocleanin.    will   probably   be the important event of thi
hold for the next few weeks.    Our llousefur.iishing Department Is a regular information bureau r.
Ing new and inexpensive Window Draperies..   Many  new   and  attractive materials and fixings ar.
display.
MADRAS CASEMENT AND
WINDOW DRAPERIES ��� Entirely new in design and coloring. Two tone Brown and
Cream Madras with black design; also same design in Old
Rose Green on dark green
ground. These are very rich
in appearance, 41 inches wide;
per yard, 45c.
COLORED TASSELED EDGE
MADRAS���A nice combination
of Green, Black and Old Rose,
5^ inches wide; per yard, $1.00.
HEAVY COLORED MADRAS
DRAPERIES���Suitable tor Arch
Drapes and Hall Curtains.
Handsome bold effects, soft attractive colorings features (|f
every piece. Black ground With
heavy floral design in Red and
Green; two-tone block pattern
ln Green on Black Ground; also
heavy two-toned Cardinal striped design; all 52 Inches wide;
per  yard, 75c.
HALL OR LIBRARY MADRAS���An effective hall or library window muslin is a Madras shown with Black Ground
and a conventional design in
Green; width 44 inches; per
yard,   65c.
NARROW STRIPED MA-
DRAS-Per yard, 75c. For bedroom windows these are very
S&ropriate and tasty. Ground
is cream with stripes of blue
or green In light tones; 44
Inches wide;   per yard, 75c.
36-INCH DENIMS AND BURLAPS���36-lncb heavy ami HgW'
weight Denims in Cardinal
Green. Brown. Cadet Blue, Nile
Green. Pink and Terra Cotta;
per yard, 35 and 40c.
36.INCH    BURLAP - I,lllin
colors,   as   Green.   Red,   Brown
and Natural;  per yard, 35c.
FIGURED  BURLAP-Nat'
���. ���   ncr yard'
and   Green   grounds,   pcr >
35c.
NEW   STENCILED   SCRlM*
-A  now  lot  of these "ervlc
Ba to ��-"ul
able Window Draperiei
direct  from  the  ���"
anufacturew
In New York.   Designs an
orlngs worked out in illn'
tl col'
11 vf
manner.    Ask to see
them.
S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR. lUES"''
MARCH 29, "IO
l'AGS NINE.
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FOR
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SALE
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roved, buildings, fruit trees, etc..
'     " Westminster brid<
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$400 per Acre
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and  1 rading   Co,
(,;���� -tfaetvers and
SLE
Dealers in All Kinds of
I cBR  laTH,  SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
1 FISH  BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
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645  COLUMBIA  STREET.
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A necessity at Hous
cleaning Time
For Sale at
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Waiting to invest in
New Westminster
Properties. List
your property with
us.
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the
HUE REALTY CO. |
2109 Granville St.
^hone R4949       Vancouver, B.C..
t'ueie aie  Indications  that u  is���
���*.\)n not officially by action oi tne
���'��� ' '     Lonfere    ..   ,- ���    .  m at
atlrt ly, ana probacy Just ad
1   ���    ive j ,s if it . ... . ,,,,,, ia [j dune.
��� ��� ���     ineuij   tut    b   lu      ui    tne
��� ��� i" ifl* .,- m i ,e... I as under-
,;- I ci angi   in  i - gai a  io
tne drama in recent yeai s.   No bi i ei
s can be gi. t a tnan the
that tools place ,,i  ;,,,   lasl
ue   i ii     ogical ciuii and
mon at \ ictoria
���    llli
sixty   ii..    :���..   .. udents  aud
and pi imlnenl
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iod ui     ! force nn-
curnsl
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do 80.
\..  A.  Burni tt, a young    mlnlsti r
.. ���.  ,    ild:
to  ;i
.      when 1 feel like It.    I thh     I
,   i.i
��� i
I      .   .        .   ,   i .i
i ���   pl< rallying to the support ol ch an
....   tl .-. tueatre i an be won lor
.inn."
He\.   frotess u    ; ���   i i     I    .
-   i ,- mannsii  Ln >��� ii
wi re ti     ....    ��� ���
.   ned surprised to hear ' i��   .
thej  ���.. ��� been goln i to tn
tie v,h: ned I hem thai li *
tnlng  in commit  the church
... such a position on the matter.
\, Shaver, a student, asked Mr.
Cowper lf the lives of players were
such ae could be commended. The lec-
I i er replied that tlie query had ni tb
lug to do with tbe point ai 1
to satistj Mr Shaver, ana speaking
trom persoaal experience   he asst
theatrical  people   were    much
il i nt .t    bj    Idle   B08siPer8    ���'-" a
whole, thaj  were a raspactable 1<
i eopla.    Grantlnj  that   among   thi m
...   .  numbers of loose-living men ..u*1
i��. this was accounted for by the
,    . . I home life���ior the playei -
the manner in which by the traveling
troupe  system  they   were  herd d to-
... i so much.   The pi aiitlcal ���
ate tin ir  morals wns to -1'-"';
I ie drama as a whole.   The mosi practical waj in do this was (or uhri     in
p( ii; le to throw the well
Influence on the aide of cu      plays
��� . patronize  thi m.     i "'���
lice argument waa the om con-
vlni ed the play produi er
Prof. Graham and sevi    i   oi    the
students  spoke   approvin liU
nationally endowed theatre Idi a, , referring it to the prese:.i    .- '- in.
This discussion servi a us n straw } i
. . ,u   n���. dlrecUon of the Methodist
wind, so to Bpeak.    U  is a common
thing now to see prominent Mi       i
ists'in Toronto theatrt s.    Bon
quite regplarly.   There are ���. few ex-
cepUons; people who refuse even to
enter a  theatre to Bee    "Ben    l<><-
though they  admit  having read ana
enjoved ihe book.   Hut a vasl majority of modern Methodists have broken
away  from the discipline foot-notes
admonition  to stay away from    the
I theatre. .        f
-They say the devil has control oi
ti,e Btage," was the way an outspoken
Methodist pul the caa�� "but there
i. no good reason why Old Nick
should bo allowed to monopolize a
.,,. of entertainment which couia
made nn agency of good."
.
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ANDERSON &. LUSBY
Agenis tor Xv-.v West-
aster and District.
'X     '���.-;
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SeTantcen yrars U (ooV i��
-i-
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feitd feovf to add one s^etiai iagr^iknii la tbe
rij*y wty 8��i aaie��mt le ihe nnrs lead tiwA ***{ aad
zinc fl H L Pare Psanis.   Timt wefl $f*?M, k>r it is'ukfcs
these pasn?:i last hvke ks k>��g ��s e&ets, aad pr��t��(': iar
better.       Saves   yoa wasting moiiey  on   bidi-itiil   painta.
Makes \i sale, as weli as wise, ior you to bay
ure
6:
Taints
Made la ovary waat��d color
for   ovary   paiatiag    purpose
Imperial Vurnish ��S Color Co.
Limited, of Toronto
Established   1888
'*'    -���.....  - ��� - '
,,-i
y���trnt <r��"	
ENGLISH  SPECULATORS -HONORED" AT 80  BY VICTIM  OF  HARD  uuCK
\GAINST   .-.;. BROKEN PROMISE SUIT ARRESTED  FOR FRAUD
...
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cago
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b i r d i i
liarmi .        .      ���   .   I  . ���
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[in arti
cles,  Puttei
othi    . '.-.'..���   foi
', at the same time
keeping  quotati
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at a 1
MAN  EATS   .10 BiLI .
UNCLE SAM TO REPLACE IT
I, On i 27.���William
....
. i
ieated $ 10
"11   ���.. ap by i
.   . ...
to the i .'������������ i
i   .,��� ���
tin-- ..
"If I ki .
you
"W "1 mlgl : i
well
self."
He said  '     gol    drunk
... .. ���  ...   ol   ae-
qualntances.
"i  Uld  on   .-     lo age,"    hi   said
remarked ids thai  I
would like to have a ..In.-., of ti b
1 reached in my y . ket,   toui       I ���
last, note : had and 1 just chewed It
up."
New  Yoi k,   March   27.  ��� Su
at   80   j
:   .    Samuel   li.   Myers,  ol   I   i
he !' I '���     ���
Al tl. Ime he fi el   hoi
 nl   not ii 1 iy.
if eight;   I   sm
h of promi    ���   b    1 he, "no
iir." is, thei
���    , . Anj i. .
. s that he i.  not a d< id oni
...   1   never  promised   to   i;
Mrs. Charlotte ;���'. L iw;   1 nevi
n i,i .      ....       ist ni      : '
her.   But It 1      com]
be sm
Pat Met .      .'������'.
t tal   s a r< al m n to be   u d.'
Law,  :.....    ...      ���...
complal     tl       ������..   lyi
.   .        ..   ;  al l"'. e mai ing. Sh
that hi ���        thai
po m i i her.
Walla Walla, March 27.���"D ad
broke" and too 111 to woi .. Robert
Binkle  j i ed -
....'.,.       ll the
:  . womai   '.    .    bi ���
f. ing   him to  )
fork.    Binkle i I bill
In I' ' i ���'      i  ���
not hi . i   bougl iok
the interurban
arr< sted I n- di i an
held  here.
Wh- n the Free - arri   id
,. iid his bil     then
Hi    wi Ivlsod to i
..... li he did; tal ing
,      .
: ...  i.   nt.  . le
left 1
FORT vOOOO
.    .        ....    iW
[arch 27, ��� Si i
. ���  ���: ...   ...   s a  man
: valtlng
.   ...    :      .   .      a1 e i
from  Bl
it the fortunate
one's nann 0. Karow, who
I tl irj  C, Smith, of
Si. I. :  e  latter was about
oomlngton,
Bl?   years
���
: is ei
gol .......
valuabh i       e 1
who Is    ������ ���   i   In;      ��������� :
"f K ��� ��� ���   - .   .
. ��� klhg   '.:.  i      ..���.'���'.
an electrician.
HILL DISCUSSES PLAN
FOR WATER CARRIAGE
Nov;   York.   March   27.���WI .    �� ������-������
is noi a a In th   Uni-
. .  -is and Ine.'.  It can be made a
: iii ci ss Is whal Jam ���    J, Hill has to
tell  In  the  April lumber of a local
���.   I . ���      . I   ��� f al 1
i having to do ril 'a develop) lenl
of the country's - I ��a; a ��� ler a
central commission, which should operate under a comprehensive plan providing for deepi nlng flrsl thi low-
ei pari of the Mississippi river, Later
the upper reaches ot the river could
'. ... pi ned and i1 ��� final work un-
���'' r  tl Is plan  woul lit In  open-
i channi I I i salt water.
Eventually the rivers emptying into the Mississippi could be mi de a
; art of the system, but the warning
is conveyed thai In carrying? out this
plan the lower part of the river mus!
' ���>��� d< el pued first.
'.. kssjjs
PHI l
1PP1NE CIGARS TO HAVE
BiG   HOI^T   IN   PrtlCE
S ..".. . Mi n b 27.���Since the new
tariff went Into effect removiuj the
dutj on cigars aad tobaeeo from tha
Philippine islands, every tobai - -
dealer In Manila has Increased the
price of his lines from 100 to 12! .
eetit. Cigars that sold for 5-5 a
thousand are now (50: This was
proved yesterdaj when a Seattle man
received a letter from a Manila manufacturer, to when: he had forwarded
a draft "oi 575 to paj foi Bh ���:. i al
il 1,000 cl i, thai tu would have to
si n I anothei draft for a line am i mt
before tho Bhlpment would m  ������   d .
i ader the now ,.r.. ��� Ig ...- in      ��� ���'.
th b of :'., or more maj b< Imi   i    i
free, provided the shlpmc nts ..     a -
compani id by a ci  tlfli ate of ori In
signed by the customs officers ...  dan
ila   The recent search ol the i ���
ship   Minn. . oto   bj   customs   o
brought to llghl  -.."ii"1  Manila cigars
that one of the Chlm ie i rew v. .. i a-
deavortng to Bmugt le into thl   port.
lie did noi know that had be bro
BOO  more  Jgars  and   had  them  declared on the steamer's manifest there
would have heen im trouble with customs authorities.    These  cigars  will
be sold at public auction and it is expected that they  will brinn the Increased price now asked hy the manufacturers,
There is a big market tor Manila.
cigars in this country, but owing to
the old tariff of $4.60 a pound and 25
per eent ad valine, few were imported.
I
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Westminster
T
rarasfer Co.
PHObs  ltt>.      Ourn   fhoi -   137
>'. O'u- r-   ���   5 ���   -Jt
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iny  part  - d      ��� pity
O^vV
Xew Lally Lwcrosse Sticks Jusi
in  at
t and Heavy Haulm
'       IC9    ��� ' ;   ���    A   OSPOT
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
H. Morey &��� Co. I Central Meat Market
M   665  Columbia  St., Westminster
JHBBXSSi :. ������
BOWELl. & ODDY
3nrnfcr IClghtli St. ��ufl    *'1ItH Aveail*
PHONfc     ��   I
THE MEALS AT THE
. HARRIS & CO.Lytton Hotel
GEMERAL  AGENTS
are prepared by expert white
cooks In the cleanest and most.
sanitary   kitchen  In  the  city.
Gasoline Lighting
Red Cross Sanitary    21"MEAL T1CKET  $4'50
Closet
Hall  and  Lavery  Block
mei
I be
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Provincial University Commission.
victoria      March    28.-Inritatlons
were today address^ by the minister
0 edncaUon, Hon. Dr. Young, to ftve
al the foremost educationists In tte
Dominion of Canada, who t Is hopej
,,,nv be in a position to accept appoint-
r.^horommUMon authored hv
statute to salac the site tm Bnuen
Columbus university.  So soon mm-
oMtanceS are obtained the names will
Kven to the public and the perscm-
ISSi  of the   commission  nnnouneed
with  educations  affairs will �����"��
re   . ni/i- that the best discretion has
: humiwlBely exerelied in the aoi- -tion
iKsShho.ed and ��t��M that to
commlaslonera may be abl��tO JgJ
1 upon their important duties during
the ap. roeehlng B����"��er-
TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR
QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS
AccordlnR to W. .1. Leary. ot Lawn
Hill, Graham island, it is the Intention of the residents and business
companies Interested In tho Queen
Charlottes to proceed almost Immediately with the establishment of local
telephone services ln all parts of the
Islnnds, these connecting either with
Ikeda hay or Lawn Hill, nt which latter point the Dominion government
has agreed to erect In the very near
future an additional wireless telegraph statloa.
This combination of telegraphlr and
telephonic service will give the Queen
Charlotte Islands better facilities of
quick communication thaa have perhaps ever before beea enjoyed ln so
e. tensive aa area at so early a period
In Its develetment.
YEE KEE & CO.
TAILORS
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Windsor Hotel Block       P. O. Box 644
1
THE  STEAMER
TRANSFER
Will letrc the Brackman-
Ket1   Wharf    for   Ladner,
Wosfchara   Island and   way
points at 2 o'clock, returning
i om Mia following morning.
Estimates Given. Phone 567.
j. NEWSBHE & SONS
PAINTERS.   PAPER-HANGERS  AND
DECORATORS.
214 Sixth avenue, hetween Second avenue and Third streets.
NEW WESTMINSTER        - B.C.
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Box 846.
Offlee, Front St., Foot ef MKth.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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10 acres in Sec. 34, with good barn and
house at $425. ���Snap.
11 acres in South Westminster, right on the
tram at $900.
6 acres at $550 per acre. This is worth
$1000 per acre.
80 acres in Section 34, N. E. 1-4 at $250.
Two 4 acre tracts in Lot 5, right beside B.
C. E. R, New Shops and Freight Sheds. The
price is right.   See us to-day.
RAILWAY RAW.     JCAL6ARYS
WILL WORK rOR GOOD;. THREATENS TO
Reduction in Freight Rates Sale of City B
Will Follow Bid of Ameri-     Responsible for p I
cans For Trade. Alberta City,
Lot on Carnarvon, near 4th, north side, 66 x
132, cleared, only $3000.
3 large lots close to new school at Sapperton
for $850 each for a few clays.
5 roomed house on 5 cleared lots, containing
two corners on 1st street, $1800.
Some Splendid	
Burnaby Propositions
Accident Insura
nee  I
Live Stock Insurance
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gfiPflWgTE2gH!&^��E��a
on Brothers
A rate war is being inaugurated between Canadian and American transportation' lines in connection With the
shipment of Canadian wheat from the i
head of the great lakes to the Atlantic
seaboard, the result of which Will be
advantageous to the exporter, Oeter-
uiined etforts are being made to divert
some of this trade to American lines
from Canadian routes, over wliich ihe
hulk of the shipments io Montreal
heretofore have gono.
The Inter-State Commerce Commission has been notified by the AiihiI-
san trunk railways via Buffalo that
from May 1 their rates will be considerably reduced.
The new rates are to be as follows:
Wheat, 1 cents per bushel; rye, 2 2-i
cents; oats, 2 cents; barley, 3 __ cents,
These rates arc applicable "from Buffalo and east" to New York and Boston by rail route. The present rate
is ."; 1-2 cents per bushel nn Canadian
; spring wheat, and tho trunk line rail-
' ways of the L'nited Stales have not
been able to get any for export at
these rates.
A meeting of the Inland Hate association lias been called for an early
date to consider tlie situation, and it
is taken for granted among exporters
that a drop in the rate to 4 cents a
bushel, delivered on the steamer at
Montreal, will be announced. This
would more than meet the competl-
tion of the American lines, for to the
���t-eeiit rate which they quote 9-10thg
of a cent has to be added for the
transfer from rail  to ship.
Phone 680
P.O. Box 40
Comox Land District. Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One. District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Alven Houchen, of |    Take notice that joseptl storms, of
Iowa,  occupation  farmer,  intends  to i Kelseyi occupation farmer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the ��� app,y for permissjon to purchase the
following described lands: ; following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted in |    commencing at  a post planted in
a small  bay  ou  the  south  shore ofl i a smal, bay on wegt ghore of Triangle
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Hazel island, at the B.B. point of Har-
bledown island, containing 20 acres,
more or iess. Applying for the whole
Island.
ALVEN HOUCHEN.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1010. Agent.
island.    Applying  for  the   whoie  island,   containing   40   acres,   more  or
less, situated south of Crib island.
JOSEPH STORMS.
SHERMAN  H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take  notice  that  John  Eikens,  of
Comox Land District.
District of Coast  Range One. __        	
Take notice that John Peterson, of   Boone, occupation butcher, intends to
Vancouver,  occupation  carpenter,  in- j apply for permission ot purchase the
tends to apply for permission to pur-   following? described lands:
chase the following described lands:   j    commencing at a post planted at
Commencing at a post^ planted at mgt end of Cedar island, containing
the N.E. comer of T.L. 25T86, on Mid- 40 acreS| more or icss Applying for
summer island, thence following said . the whoi0 isian(ji which is situated
.Ine of T.L. south, west and north to i at the wogt end of Midsummer island.
the shore; thence following shore
westerly, southerly, easterly, northerly and westerly to point of commencement; containing 200 acres,
more or less.
JOHN  PETERSON.
SHERMAN  11. FORD,
March 10, 1010. Agent.
JOHN EIKENS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10. 1010. Agent.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that George Philips, of
Battle   Creek,   occupation   baker,   intends to apply for permission to pur-
the following described lands;
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Guy Johnson, of
Xenia, occupation harness maker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described l^nds:
Commencing at a post planted ln a
bay on the south shore of Pearl island, the north island in the Indian
group, containing 80 acres, more or
less.    Applying for the whole Isiand,
chase ��� 	
Commencing at a post planted ax   _h^      ^
the   N.E.   corner  of   T.L.   ii2is    w1 !,rl, ,.,..*      __��   ,n���.,nn���
Swanson Island; thence following line
of  said T.L.  south, west, north and
west to shore; thence following 6hore
southerly,   easterly,    northerly,    and
westerly to point of commencement;
containing 300 acres, more or 'ess.
GEORGE PHILIPS.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
Vil.age island.     GUY JOHNSON.
SHERMAN H. FORD,
March 10, 1910. Agent.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register George
Troughten as the owner ln Fee Slm-
  P��e, under a Tax Sale Deed from Ed-
LAND  ACT. | win   M.   Carncross,   collector   of   the
Form of Notice, District of New West-i Municipality    of    Surrey,   to   George
minster. Troughten, bearing date the 7th day
'ake   notice   thai   John   Ferdinand iof September, A. D. 1908, of all and
Raggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe southeast corner of Timber Lot
37:141, about one mile northeast of
head of Bl.lings Bay, thence north
40 chains to or near small lake, thence
east 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 40 chains to point
of commencement, containing 160
acres more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS,
Name of Applicant.
Dated at Nelson I��land, B. C, December 29, 1909.
NEW
WESTMINSTER     CITY     ASSESSMENT.
Court of Revision.
Notice It hereby given that the Assessment Roll for tho year 1910 has
been returned to m��, and remains in
my office wher. it may bo inspected
by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
���f Revision.
The first sitting ef the Court of
Revision on th�� said Assessment ftoll
will be heid at the City Hall in the
��sTd City on Monday, thc ISth day of
April next, st 11 o'clock, in *%*, forenoon.
Any person Intending to appeal
���gainst th���� assessment must do so In
writing fo be filed with th. City
Olerh at least seven days before the
���rst sitting of tho court.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Cierk.
CT- Hall, Mar* 13, 1510.
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as: ���
Lot 7, Biock 1, being a portion of
Section 20, Block 5, North Range, 2
West. Lots 3 and 4, part of a portion
ot fractional section 21, Biock 5 North
Range 2 West.
You and those claiming through
under you and all persons claiming any fciterest In the said
Iand by virtue of in unregistered Instrument, ard all persons claiming any Interest ln the said
"Land Registry Act," aro required to
contest the cialm of the tax purchaser
within forty-five days from the date
of the service of this notice upon you,
and in default of a caveat or certificate of Us pendens being fllod 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 ln respect of the said land,
and I shall register George Troughten
as owner thereof ln fee. And I hereby order that publication of this notice for thirty days In a dally newspaper published In New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 9th day of March,
A. D. 1910.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To:--Mlchael Robert Barry. John
Douglas, A'exandor O. Uaof&rUne.
Tenders for Machinery, Belting, Shafting,  Cranes,  Air  Compressors, Etc
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope 'Tender for Machines and
Tools,' 'Tender for Leather Be.ting,'
etc, etc., as the case may be, will be
received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until 12
o'clock noon of the 12th day of April,
1010, for:
(1J Machines and tools;
(2) Leather belting;
(3) Shafting,  hangers,  steel   frame
work, etc.;
(4) Mlscel.aneous    equipment,    industrial track and lockers;
15) Motors;
(6) Furnaces and forges',
(7) Cranes;
|K) Air compressors;
10) Grey iron foundry equipment
and brass foundry equipment;
required for the equipment of the lo-
Icomotive and other shops of the Com-
inlsslbnera of the Transcontinental
! Railway at Springfield, east of Winnipeg, ManRob'a.
I Tenders will be received and considered for any or all of the Items indicated above and numbered from 1
to 0, both inclusive.
Pians and specifications may be
seen in the office of the Chief Engineer of the Commissioners at Ottawa, Mr, Gordon Grant, and in the
office of the District Engineers of
the Commissioners at St. Boniface,
Man., Mr. S. R. Poulln.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Man.
Each tender must bo signed (tad
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and he accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank of the Dominion of
Canada, payable to the order of the
Commissioners of tho Transcontinental Railway for a sum equai to ten
per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
of the tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof sign the contract,
specifications and other documents
required to be signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender Is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with tho Commissioners, tho said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and r>l contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver General of Canada as aeeurlty
for the due and faithful performance
of tho contract according to Iti termt.
Th�� cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The right ls reserved fo reject any
or all fenders.
By ordet.
P. E. RTA��.
Secretary.   The    Commissioners o#
the Transcontinental Railway
Ottswa, March 8, 1910.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from tha
Commissioners will Sot ba paid for It
NOTICE.
District of New Westmister.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date date I, William 0. Wright,
of Clayburn, B. C, intend to apply to
the Assistant Commissioner of Lands
for a license to prospect for coal an-1
petroieum on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked Wm.
��� E. Wright's southwest corner, set at
the southeast corner  of District  Lot
��� No. 205, Group 2. New Westminster
District, thence east one mile, thence
north one mile, thence west three
fourths of a mile, thence south three
fourths  of  a  mile,  thence  west   one
��� fourth  of  a  mile,   thence  south  one
' fourth of a mile to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM E. WRIGHT.
New Westminster,  B. C,  March 8,
1910.
WANT CANADIAN   HORSES
TO  SUPPLY  BRITISH  ARMY
Calgary, ...���,.. 28
Ll,-V Clerk il. E.GUUB-
resign and , . ���a'; ft
Mayor Jamleson that S
Same thing if,    Xtj
are two of the i,,     7s!
the no,  . .-;, ��
city's   in...-, i - ;���<���'
nouncement oci irred .,
meeting  bet* ... lheaiL
mentioned and ChaI    ��P
the finance comn lttee
The Immed ,i
to  have  bi i ,..,   'I
in   which   li,   ,    KBjf
fused to bear the onus ti J
responsible   in  any deiiii
blunder  and   blamed Gil
Council,     and      ,     ;,'.. '"jf
which  Aldcii: . ,..,.;*
al the city clerk ind thei
the tine,   men i
natural   thai   there    Jul
thing doing and therjjf
Bylaws calling        '
,000 debentures are It
paratlon  by  thi
and after their iqipro^l
ell they will be su      .1
payers.     A  list  i I  br]jS
"' follow:  City lialCpJJI
tery,  sew. rs,   ... nit
yards, concrete walk,
street  grading  In Mo .tj-
other  parks ol  the riiy.tJ
street railway extensloi.i
plant  and  !.. ���.. ,..;,
amount that will be reqi
electric light i xtensionsh.
prepared by Comn ssionet
but had nut been i issed.;.
the commissioners, lt calls
law for .Tu,	
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 5, Block 23, New Westminster
City.
Whereas, proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number U,068a, Issued in the name of William Roxburgh, has been flied in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication
hereof ln a dally newspaper published
In the City of New Westminster, Issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. 3. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 11, 1910.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmlster Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander McLennan, of Vancouver, British Columbia,
occupation contractor, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of the Island situate about four (4) chains from Timber limit No. H8T33, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and easterly around the shore at low tide
to place of commencement, containing
four  acres,  more  or  less.
ALEXA NDI0R    McLENNAN.
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
March 17, 1910.
The government commission appointed to take sworn evidence '"
Great Britain dealing with the remount problem has unearthed tin-
start ling news that there are scarcely any cavalry horses, left. Not only
that, but tbe pick of the cavalry
horses in England and Ireland have
been purchased by foreign army buyers. Punch follows this up with a
[cartoon bearing the caption "Horseless Haldane," and Vigilant in the
| Sportsman has a striking article on
i England's "Horseless Army." The
war expert of the Pall Mall Gazette
says that it Is up to Canadian farmers
to solve the problem.
Facts such as these have caused
the eyes of military men all over the
empire to be focused on the Canadian
National Bureau of Breeding, a young
organization, which has been plugging
along for two years, taking many
knocks, but never faltering, until it
now stretches over 3.5U0 miles of
Canadian territory, and has an army
of 30,000 Canadian farmers behind it,
and doing all they can.
This bureau has for its object the
Improvement of the breed ol horses
in Canada by means of the thoroughbred cross, and is creating a type of
'utility horse which shall do a large
share of the nation's work, and be
'suitable for cavalry work in the time
of  war.
It works on two horse-breeding axioms, which other countries have prov-
! en   by  over  a  century   of  costly  experiment.   The first is that the thoroughbred is the only known sire that
Improves all  breeds;   and  the second
is  that the  thoroughbred  sire Is the
only horse which begets the best cavalry and artillery horses.   The bureau
is  not experimenting.    That  has  all
been   dong  long  ago  by   progressive
| European  governments.    France  has
' been at It for 100 years, and has the
best horses In the world.    Germany's
bureau  Is over  forty-eight  years old,
and is still progressing.   Count Lehn-
jdorff,  German   Master of  the  Horse,
| Bays that no price Is too high for his
government to pay for the best thoroughbred  who has shown his ability
to carry   weight  over  a  distance of
ground.
VERNON  STORES TO
HAVE HALF I
Vernon, M irch 28.���Com.
the first Wednesday in April
tinning until th,. end of Septs
city stores will close at noon
nesday of each week, in ort
ford the clerks a week], I
This   custom  has been old
Vernon for several years, au
ly   half-holiday also is kept(
other towns of the Okanaa
the summer months. Tlieaa]
to close this year lias been I
all the merchants: and it Is J
that all who have given thel
tares will live strictly up tot
of the agreement this seasoij
year Home ���   the merchants!
ed  that  certain firms acted
in the matter, i; hein? hy noi
impossible   to flil KUU toi
stores by meaiuofUielucUr
* l
LICENSED HWIWNl
Cannot Sell Papers m School H|
Winnipeg.
Winnipeg,   March K.-TW
ment to the Children's act ||
Ing th cent session ol
ture with regard to the:
newsboys,  is  now in torn ll
under  twelve  years   I  -���'
hlblted from hawkii      ��� -1
papers or distributing
the streets at any time oil
night.    Boys between l��!j
teen aro also prohibited!
papers   during   Bchoo
wearing a badge  bearll|J
"Licensed Newsboy, Manl:fl
number. I
The badges will be suppjsl
charge by the superintenittl
lected children at the attar
id's office In the legislative!
but before granting a bad?!
boy the superintendent nniSj
lshed with information as til
and his parents, and satlsflijl
has received sufficient edofll
that there is a necessity Ml
be engaged in Belling papertl
school hours. Even a licensed^
must not sell papers after'
Ciel
LAND   ACTS.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Rang* Ont.
Take notice that Ole Lee, of Bonton,
occupation  farmer, intends to apply
for permlssiosi  to  purchase  the t<A-
lowing described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay at N.W. corner of Hudson
Island. Applying to purchase the
whoie Island contalnln* 10 acres,
more or less, and Is altaated eotrth-
west ol liars Islssnd.
OLE LEE,
.HERMAN H. FORD.
March 10, 1910. Age��t.
Comox Land District.
District of Coast Range One.
fake notice that Charles William
Preston, of Madrid, occupation barber, Intends to apply for permission
te purchase the following described
Istsds:
Commencing at a poet pleated at
th�� west end of Alder Island, the
largest Island tn the Carey group, containing 40 acres, more or iess. Applying for the whole Island, wMeh la
situated near tbe west end of Ttrt-
onr island.
. CHARLE8 WILLUN PRESTO*.
RHERMAN H. FORD,
Vfcreft If IM*.      f     ,        Ateat
A straight, honest,
healthful cream of
tartar baking powder.
Made from Grapes.
Contains not a grain
>f injurious  ingredient
Dr.PRIC
CRBAM
Suing Powder
Fifty Ymarm
the Standard
um
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