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 PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, H. C.. THURS DAY   MORNING, APRIL Z.  1011.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
MAY DAY QUEEN
IS NOT YET SELECTED
A
PARENT8 OF CANDIDATES TO BE
INTERVIEWED TODAY ���CANA-
OIAN FLAG8 TO FIGURE IN
CELEBRATION.
Patience, patience, little ladies, you
will know very soon, but not Just yet.
PUN AFOOT TO FORM
OVERSEAS CLUB HERE
Committee of City  Men  Meeting Tomorrow evening for Purpose of Organizing.
CLEVER   AMATEURS.
NOMINATING  CONVENTION.
In all likelihood a Westminster
branch of tho Overseas club will be
formed at an early., date, a committee
of
city' men   having, ht en   in  confer-
Dozens of Inquiries poured 'into "the ence wltl' t,,ls enf '/ vlew* Tomorrow
News   office   yesterday    evening,  all evening this committee will  convene
couched   In   the  same   words:     "Can for the purpose ef draftfcig canstltu-
you  tell  me   who  got   in   for   May tlong wlllch  wl]1  ,)e 8ubmiitad t��   a
Duy   Queen,   please?"    To   all   these . ,,     _    .,       ,    ,  .,    ,     -     ,   .
eager questioner   the  News   had   to "ubllc   mee,lne   tentatively   fixed   for
reply that no announcement could be Monday.
made   until   the   parents   of   the   six The   Overseas   cluh   was   the   out-
girls  who  stool   highest   on   the  bai- COme of an  appeal  issued  some  few
%-AT^VS.  rZmZ >��- ���*�� '����� �� I-ndon Dally Mall
Liberals of District Meet Here Tomorrow to Select Standard Bearer.
Tbe Liberals of Westminster city
and district will meet In the Eagles
hall tomorrow afternoon for the purpose of nominating a candidate to
represent Jhe party li thenext federal election, which wlll probably
as He Looks" was staged under the take place next year, but which may,
direction of B. II. Hill, who also took    ���J0B8lbl-/   h��>",en   ��arller*   Bt,ould   at ���
"Not Such a Fool as He Looks" Well
Received at St. Patrick's Hall.
One of the beBt amateur productions seen here for some time was
presented yesterday evening in St.
Patrick's hall, when "Not Such a Fool
BOY SCOEGHER IS FINED
$50 BY POLICE JUDGE
BOARD Of WORKS
RUSHING BUSINESS
the leading male part of Sir Simon
Simple in clever style. Mrs. J. D.
Taylor, as Mrs. Mould, was deservedl'
well received. The other members of
the cast, Mrs. V. H. Brown and
Messrs.  Wells, White, Matthlson and
present  unforseen  complications arise
In tbe house at Ottawa.
In ad Ution to the nominating   of a!
candidate,    the    Liberals    will    pro-'
nounce upon a couple of resolutions
to be presented to the meeting these
representing -the   views   of  seme  of
Avery all showed exceptional amateur, the   'elegates on certain question, of
TWO ALDERMEN OBJECT TO THE
HASTE DISPLAYED BY IMPORTANT COMMITTEE���GRADING OF
SIDE  8TREETS DECIDED ON.
ability
Probe.
It having been   reported   that   the
scavenger  employed  at   intermittent
periods was charging exorbitant fees
for   removing  'garbage,   the
interest to thc party.
Died on Day of Golden Wedding.
St.   Thomas,   Ont.,   April   18���John
Blackman,  retired    farmer, living at
Paynes   Mills,   north   of  St.   Thomas,
(lon. Home of the girls wh-> telephoned were very anxious to know If
their names were among the successful six, but the News was not permitted to give out this information,
although in two cases In least an answer in the affirmative could liave
been given.
Eight Hundred Ballots.
C. D. Peele, J. J. Cambridge and W
and the llrst step was taken ln Australia, where ever since the scheme
of friendly intercourse has been the
means of adding to one's circle over
the seas. This Dominion took up the
idea and Vancouver ln the west now
boasts a big membership.
Westminster  men   wbo  are   me n-
A. Gilley. the comml��ee''in''c-harBe of  be" of the Terminal city branch will
the ballot boxes, which  were opened   ln  a"   likelihood   sever  their connec-
veBterdav, had to look over eight hun-  tlon ln that city now that a local oue
dred  ballots before  the  six  favorites   ls on the tapis.
were known.    Many of the nominees ���������������*****
only had a few votes.   The battle for  program ARRANGED FOR
top places was fairly well  contested, ( tbophv rntMTFRT
The members of the committee will [       EARL GREY trophy CONTEST
interview the parents today   in order i "
to   secure   their    consent    to    their'. Winnipeg, April  18���The    program
daughter acting as Queen of the May  to*_ **�� l*:arl Grey musical and dram
removing -garbage the council died today, the 50th anniversary of
will make an enquiry Into the whole his wedding. The deceased was 78
mutter and report to the next meet- years of age and is survived by his
ln��- wtdow and grown-up family. I
Hon, Frank Oliver Speaks
on Reciprocal Agreement.
Speed Fiend Who Hae Been  Making
Nuii :nce  of  Himself on  Columbna
Street Given Admonit on.
Residents   ln  the   lli.yal   City   will I
not be half frightened to death In the
future by scorching demons as they i A gp|rlted diBCuBBion at last night's
have in the past If the advice of Po-) council meeting was the result of the
lice Judge Edmonds U folowed by'��� plan adopted by the board of works
speed merchants. Yesterday he had t0 ask for tenders for stone sets for
.,,,.,,        ��� .. _     four of  the  side  streets.    Alderman
before him at the police court a youn< jonm,ton and Bryson maintained that
lad, Snider, who had to stump up to tne councn wag acting rather hastily
the tune of $60 and coats for mis- |��� the matter of calling for tenders ln
taking the pu'jllc streets for a motor this matter. They were not conver-
track. In Inflicting the flne on prls- Bant on setts and moved that the
ouer the court clearly brought home matter lie over for a week, so that tho
the fact that at the present time resi- council be further enlightened on the
dent were put to much Inconvenience whole subject. From these esti-
by scorchers, and pointed out tha*: mates, It was figured out that the
the  laws  of some of  the  American  COst approximately would be for Mac-
13000, and
^  v^OOO
each.  ^^^^^^^^^        ^^^^^^^^
In defending his commitee's action
some  of  the   American         ,���,    ���������,���
states were sevete and rightly so on KenrJe'*and" Lorne streets to����u, .
those who apparently had no thought for Clarkson and Begbie street f.2
for  pedestrians.     It   was  oply  the ex- oanh ssssssbsssssssssssssssssssssssssbsssssssssssssssI
treaie   youth  of  the   prisoner   that       B .... Wllimi(.w, ��� BWUU���
saved him from being mulcted in the Alderman Campbell said that whilst
heavy   penalty   which    the   la.v   per- it had been
Calgary,   April     lfl���"The    reciprocity arrangement is believed to be In
the  interest of all  Canada,, the government believes that the  prosperity ,
of Canada depends to a large extent
er by a reference lo tbe increase ot
trade under the lower tariff policy
of the Liberals following the declin���>
of millions duiing the years of tha
national policy. The policy of the
Liberal government at    the time of
mltted, namely $30flj
Snider Is said to be an autolst of
no mean calibre and recently covered
the mile distance In 70 seconds on a
track, whilst hts speed over Columbia street Is not very much less. The
latter wlll be deleted from hla train-
on  the  West, and    that that  which  its installation had been the reversal  ln8 stunts in future.
if finally decided upon. In the event
of anyone refusing, tlie next highest
name on the ballot will be placed
among the eliribles.
Canadian  Flags a  Feature.
The decoration committee ls planning to make a great display of Canadian flags on May Day, and with
this end In view Is asking the cooperation of the merchants and residents who Intend to decotate their
stores or residences with bunting. In
the past the Canadian flag has not
been prominent in decoration
schemes, i'nion Jacks being lhe favorite.
Hyacks  to  Take  Part.
The  members   of   the old    Hyacks
flre brigade, which flourished here in
the days of long ago, are to be ask-,
ed  to take part in  the procession in
uniforms
atic trophy competitions, to be held
at the Walker theatre during the
week commencing April 24 was announced by the committee yesterday,
and subject to possible revision, the
fourteen companies which it is now
certain will compete, will appear ln
the following order during the six
nights  and  Saturday  matinee.
Monday���Winnipeg Operatic society
and   Ottawa   Players  club.
Tuesday���Edmonton Dramatic club
and Grace church choir.
Wednesday���Philanderers Dramatic
club, Winnipeg; and Broadway
Symphony   orchestra.
Thursday���Strollers Dramatic club
Winnipeg, and Winnipeg Thespians.
advances the West, must of necessity
advance all Canada. Tlie government believes that lt ls the right
policy that the farmer of the prairies
should, have the benefit of all
the markets he can get lor all the
produce he can raise. It is difficult
to conceive that an arrangement to
facilitate trade across an imaginary
boundary, the 49th parallel, ls lean
desirable than an ar.augement to
give the western farmer a market in
China or Japan. The only way to
guard against tlie possible danger ot
a sectional split in the Dominion is
in a trade policy giving equal rights
and fair play to every section. If
there is one point on which the government is strong it Is on the value
of this reclproc ty arrangement to
the  Empire.    What ls true cf  Impe-
of tlie national policy, and the lower
taxation, and the wider trade resulting had Increased the prosperity
tremendously. The advice of Opposition Leader Borden to "leave well
enough alone" was the most fatal ar
gument tbat could be brought against
the forward movement. If the peo-'
pie believed that, then the government stood to be defeated.
"It Is a fact tbat Ca'a.'a is en-
Joying splendid prosperity," he said.
"But In Calgary, which is today ono
of tlie most progressive and prosperous cities in Canada, is there one
man who is satisfied with the condition if It can be improved upon?
Such an attitude would be contrary
to the spirit which hus made Canada
what it already is. The government
Is expected to provide for condition*?
as   they  aiire,   but  if  it  keeps  pace
lal interest In relation to the United  wlti,  und ass|st8 the development of
Friday���London D/umatlc club and' States is also true of the interests of, tbe country, it must also look to fu
Zion church choir. ^^^^^^^^^^
Saturday    afternoon���St.      Alban's
Dramatic      club,      Winnipeg,      and
if   possible.      How    many -,    -
members of this old companv of flre   Bohemiuns, Winnipeg
fighters remain in  the city is a mat-      Saturday    night���Margaret      Eaton
ter for argument,  but it  Is  probablv  School  company,    Toronto    and    Dr.
between twenty-five and thirty. ' Horner's choir.
The R. A. & I. society and the cltv'     Three  entiles,  the  Regina  Orches-
rouncll   has   granted   permission   for  ,rftl  society, the Prince Albert  Diam-
the use of tlie grounds and buildings  ntlc   cI,lb  and   the   Portage   Amateur
at Queen's park for the big event on I Dramatic society have withdrawn.
May B,    The mayor will he asked toi
proclaim a half holidav on that date, nniirin nr rnrilllPH
and the hoard of school trustees will JriltAu "��� dUUALIoM
also lie requested to give the chll-j
dren permission to abstain froai'
study during the same period.
Decorating of Windows.
An   appropriation   will   probably   ht*  ��� ssyiiiiBssssjj
made   by  the   decorating   committee
for   prizes  for  the   be^t-dressed   win-  Matter Will  Probably  Be  Brought to
dows   In   the   city   during    May   Day |
week.    Supplementary  to any  award.
IN NAVY ALARMS TORIES
which may be made by the commit-'
tee, first prizes of $lo and $5 h.ivej
been promise I Ly private members;
interested in the scheme.
Boy Scouts from Vancouver. Eburn",
and Central Park, will also figure in
the march to Queen's Park and will
later take part in evolutions on the
oval. A resolution was passed at
last   night's   committee   meeting
the Attention of British Parliament
���Feudalism of Service Revolt ng.
the Dominion of Canada. The issue
before the people is now clearly defined, as the ma ntenance of the
government's policy ot low tariff and
extended trade or its reversal. The
present campaign of the Opposition
to reciprocity Is financed by what are
known as 'the interests,' men ef high
finance. No objection to it has been
vo ced by any legitimate business interest ln the Dominion."
In these \ Igorous statements Hon.
Frank Oliver, minister of the interior,
outlined the attitude of the government before an audience of one
thousand people in the Shrlner's
Temple last week. The address, de��
livered In deliberate fashion, was received with frequent bursts of applause.
Preceding Hon. Frank Oliver, Dr.
Clark,  M.P., for Olds, gave a keenly |
ture  conditions.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
New Markets  Necessary.
"We have in the prairie provinces
a territory eight hundred miles by
two hundred miles of the greatest
wheat producing country in the
world. Of this only four million
acres are under cultivation, and the
total production three hundred million bushels of grain. But here In
1 this country at the present moment
' there are enough people to double
an.l treble this output in the next
five years. This expansion is not only
possible but probable. What then
would you expect a government to
do under these circumstances, but to
seek to enlarge the market where
ever an opportunity arose? The
country is not done huilding.
Farmers Entitled to Market.
"Enemies of this policy base their
proposed to ask for tenders, it did not necessarily mean that
any of these would be accepted. The
custom of American cities o. utilizing stone setts for graded streets,
such as it had been suggested for
Westminster, had been fount better
than macadamizing, aa vehicular traf
I fle progressed at a speedier and safer
rate. It might be that lf the tenders
showed that the system was too expensive then the council would take
some other means to put these streets
in shape. The objectors to the committee's recommendation sa d - that
the board of works showed a hastiness which was out of keeping to the
importance of the whole matter, Alderman Johnston moving and Alderman Bryson seconding a motion that
the sum of $3000 fo.* MacKenzie street
be striken out. Alderman Henley
voted with these two al lermea but
tlon, which carried,
the others were with the original mo-
The grading and macadamizing of
Eighth street from Queen's avenue to
Tenth avenue in accordance with
plans submitted, and at a cost of $24,
000, was adopted, the work to be done
by the city.
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Wednesday April  19.
NORTHWESTERN  LEAGUE.
HON. FRANK OLIVER.
Minister of the Interior.
MOVING PICTURE SHOWS
HELP TO SPREAD MEASLES
London, April 19.���Alarmed by re
ports of tlie spread of Socialism in
the English navy. Conservative mem
hers of the house of commons de
dared   today   that  the  matter  woulJ
satirical  analysis  of the anti-reclpro-   chief objection on the argument that
....    .-  -.  **���   ^,..�����j  c**   )t   wln  menn   greater   prosperity   for
the west. -It is possible that these
peculiar benefits are exaggerated, but
is it not a right policy that the farmer of the prairies should have the
benefit of all the markets he can net
for all the produce he can raise? An
arrangement to extend this market
beyond an imaginary line, the 4flth
parallel, is not less desirable than an
city arguments of Hon. Clifford Sir-
j ton, dealt with his desertion of the
government and defined the attitude
' of the Conservative party as one of
fear.' Both speeches received an attentive hearing.
Calgary's   Endorsement.
An   appreciation   of    the   endorsement of the reciprocity policy by the
Calgary board of trade, was the open
London   Medical   Men   Place  Part
Blame for  Epidemic  on  Cheap
Cinematograph Theatres.
of
At Seattle��� R. H. E.
Vancouver        5   7    2
Seattle        1   9    1
Batteries���Vancouve--, Erickson anl
Lewis: Seattle, Zackert.
At Tacoma��� R. H. E.
Victoria       1   7    3
Tacoma        8    9    0
Battels���Victoria, Sage and Dash-
wood: Tacoma. Schmltz and Devoghf.
At Spokane��� R.H.E.
Portland      1   7    2
���Spokane       2   7   2
���Eleven innings.
Batteries���Bloom field   and   Harris:
Hasty and Kraft.
American League.
_^���^^^������^-^���^^^������,     At     Philadelphia���Boston-Philadel-
London,  April  19.���In  view  of the  pnia game postponed; rain.
serious natuie of the present ejiuemic .     At  St.  Louis  R.  H.   E
of measles In London, a special con-  Chicago       fi   7    3
ference of the medical officers of all  gt. Louis  ....................3   8   3
au-  80��n he formally brought up in parlla ... .      ���        _
thoriz.lng the expenditure of the nee-  ment.    Unless First  Lord of the A1-   'ns expression of the minister.    The   arrangement to extend the market to  the  metropolitan  boroughs  has  been |     Batteries���Scott  and   Payne;   Criss
essary money to bring the lads here  miralty   McKenna  is  able  to declare  announcement of the attitude of this  Germany, China or Japan. I lie,d  at  the   local   government  board   ana- Clarke,
on special B. C. E. R. cars. I ihat  the reports are grossly exagger i body  came  at the psyc"
The   ball   committee   was   reported  atet'. efforts will be urged to suppress   ment and  was recehed
last night as consisting of J. Mahone",  'he spread of the doctrine.   The pres-   the government
chairman; VV. A. Gilley, A. Beatty.
Gowan Macgowan and Newton R.
Brown. The sports committee consists of W. A. Gilley, c'lalrman, Gowan Macgowan, C. D, Peele, N. R.
Brown and D. E. MacKenzie. *
CHARLIE QUERRIE GETS
OFFER FROM CON JONES
became thoroughly aware of the
merits of tlie plan, there was no lack
of support, but the Ca'gary endorsa-
tlon, coming among the very first,
was particularly pleasing.
Indian Chief Declines Management of
Vancouver    Lacrosse    Team���Gray-
don and Others Wanted.
ent determlnation"of'"the Conserva-��� ""^er ,vnen th? pe��p,e ��f ^���i1*
tives is largely due to a recent ar
tide in a Socialistic newspaper, "Justice," in which it was stated tbat the
paper is sending Its correspondents in
the navy "occasional parcels of leaflets for free distribution."
Continuing the paper says:
"It is perhaps needless to say that
because the men are becoming more
Intelligent through more initiative
and intelligence being demanded ol
them, they find the feudalism of tho
service all the more revolting."
In a service Journal recently there
aupeared an article referring to the
spread of Socialism under the title
"The Canker of the Service." This
article helped to fan the flame which
may result In parliamentary action.
announcement of the attitude of this  Germany, China or Japan,
body  came  at the psychological  mo-) Imperialism. j
jo.fV'ully by |     Tne  faPt  that  for  the  past    fortv
years it has been the fixed and set-'
tied policy of Britain to promote
friendly relations with the United
States was the argument he advanced to refute the Imperialistic protest "that Canada by entering Into
! friendly    trade    relations    with    the
held at the local government board
offices to discuss what further step
can be taken to check the outbreak.
Dr. Caldwell Smith, medical officer
of health for tbe Borough of Wandsworth, stated: "It is the worst'epidemic of the kind Wandsworth has ex |
perienced since 189fi. It has created
a record for the past 15 years, both
as regards the number of cases and
"In this proposition it is necessary   iTn|ted States could be lnfrlntrlnE on   the  mortality.    During the whole of
to combat the Idea that the govern
ment has entered on nny strange, new
or remarkable policy," he tal 1.
"It is simply carrying forward consistently the policy of Liberals of
Canada ever since there has been a
Liberal party. Always in the past
the applications of the principle of
lower taxes and  wider trade has ad-
the interest of the empire. This was
not common sense. Reciprocity was,
he argued, net only of distinct Imperial value, hut of Federal importance. The day of the little country
had gone by. The country must he
big to he pood. With a mere handful of people on a continent problems arose from  time t) time.    The
vanced the welfare and prosperity of   wfty  to guard against a split in the
MUST   PAY.
Toronto, April  20.���Manager  Char-!   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
He Querrie, of the Tecumsehs, is not  _ .,      ,...,,  ���    .....    ... ���
a   little   worried    over   his    lacrosse  Corporation  Will   Contribute  $45 To
team.    He has received a wire from "��� <���<���'��� Wages of Watchmen.
Vancouver Btating that Graydon had      Whilst the sum of $45 was ordered
the country and the application of
the same principle will advance it
In the same proportion in the present instance .
Sectional Argument.
"I desire  to  deprecate  greatly the
argument  of sectionalism.    The  peo
Dominion was by a rollcy of trade
giving equal rights and fair plav to
e'-ery section. The contention that
the government was losing dignity
was refuted absolutely by reference
to occasions In the past in neeotta-
tions with fiermanv.    The possibility
last year there were only about 1000
cases and three deaths, as against
1500 cases and 50 deaths in less than
three months of this year. I
"An Important contributing factor |
to the outbreak Is, I believe, the attendance of children anl their paren s.
at cinematograph theatres, where the
vitiated atmosphere contains disease
germs which there Is no sui to dis-1
pel.
National League.
At New York��� R. H. E.
Brooklyn         3   6   1
New  York    4   9   2
Batteries���Knetrer.   Aitchison,  Bell
and Erwln; Ames and Meyer.
At Boston���Afternoon Game���
Philadelphia       7   9   2
Boston       fi   9   1
Batteries���Brown   and    Alexander;
Dooln, Tyler and Perdue, Graham.
American Association.
At      Louisville���Minneapolis,      8;
Louisville, 5.
SA8KATOON VERY LIVELY
OLD STYLE SMUGGLER
tlon of Canada will benefit    at    the
^^^^^^^^^^^^. ...      uisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi.    expense of another section.    This Is
been signed  by  that club, and  offer-  Pa,d,by the city council at their meet-  not in accord in any detail with the
*"  '       -"* '      '" ""��� *"*-- * ���   -���     Liberal policy.    The Idberal  party is
pie of Canada are told that one sec-  0( the    United    State��    withdrawing
from  the agreement   d'd  net In  anv
wav affect the expediency of the pre-
ing Charlie himself the management ,n=  te8* evening to the Great North-
of  the  Vancouver   team.     The  offer ern  railway  for the city s   malntain-
was    declined    without    thanks,   al- ance of the two watchmen, it was un-
though Graydon denied he had agreed der   Protest,   thus   following  on   the
to go west, Querrie is anxious.   The llne!'    adopted    for   the   past   three
offer carried with it $1500 for the sea- months.
Walkersvllle Man Caught With New
Suit Under Old One.
Windsor, Ont., April 18���Wearing
two suits of clothes, the old one outside and a complete new one beneath
purchased in Detroit, Chirstia Trlffo,
a Walkersvllle man was caught at the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ferry dock today doing an old-fash-
The rollcy of the government had honed smuggling act. He was allow-
a������ nnitn*, i.ovW to* u. ���.,)������. been Fhare<l with due regard for ed to go after paying double duty on
sea. Any policy having for Its object protection of Industry. Reciprocity, the goods, amounting to $11.90.
the advancement of one section over  ���.������j,i ������t nffeet the lnd..Rtri-l organ-1 *"���*�����.
another Is not the ^Liberal pollcy. The  |7Btim of the country.   The failure Of
sent.
an  all-Canada  party  and   stands  for
the best for all citizens from sea to
No Interest Injured.
son.    with    eight    games    scheduled.      Alderman Dodd suggested that the   public has been told that this policy  the  government  nollcv of low  tariff, FIRST CLAUSE OF THE
Word has also reached Charlie that council should refuse to pay this sum,   was   forced^on   the^   government  by  Hnr) incensed trade must result in its |    ' VETO BILL PASSED
two others are being angle! for   Mc-   "" """ ***"***t* ���      J      * * *'���
Dougall  and  McGregor.
as the watchmen were employed out- western public opinion. This Is not reversal in hieh tariff and restricted
side the city limits and this being bo,1 the condition. The proposition is be- trade, because this was th�� basis of
n. ..--  --.j  ���  -._���-.   .-  ...   ���eved  tQ  be ,n  tbe  Intei.e8t8  of all  tne enmnnign  ntrainst it
the corporation had no right to he
mulcted in this manner. To test the
case the council should withhold the
payment and see what action would
Hyde   Park   Pl.tte.
Epsom,  Eng.,  April  19.���The  Hyde      .     ..-
Park   Plate   of ten   sovereigns   each be taken by the railway company,
with  200  sovereigns  added  for   two The mayor said  that  the   railroad
year-olds, distance  flve furlongs, run commission   had  ordered   these   pay-
here today, was won by Charles Car   ments, as they  held that   travellers ���,.  -.,  ��� ~ K����.
roll's  Melody.   The  Ore  gelding  was coming Into and going from the city  tion that it is necessary f�� kee* tH*��
second and Mr. Pepper third. There were entitled to protection by the city tariff high in order to secure national
were six starters. and thus the corporation had to pay.  prosperity was refuted by the speak-
London,   April   19.���The   House of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  ��� .���.    in all  the   Commons  held  another  all-night  sit*
Canada.     The Liberal party believes Pnm"aigns   which   had been    waged   ting 'ast night.    It was sparsely at
iu-.   ��u-    ....    -��   ra j-    j- ��� tenjeji  an()   :nany   of  the   membera
present fell asleep on the be-ches.
At 4:30 this morning, the first clause
of ithe parliament bill, popularly
known aB the Veto Bill, was carried
under closure by 143 to 78.. This
condemned the  clause has to do with the powers ol
______________^___   the  House   of  Lords   as   to   money
(Continued on Page Three.) bills.
that the prosperity of Canada depends to a great extent on the west,
and that which advances the west
must advance all Canada."
"Let Well  Enough Alone."
The idea expressed by the 0*>poei-
hy the Conservative nress and organizations not on  legitimate   trade or
industry  hnd   been   found  to  express
the possible*- of Iniurv resulting.      I
"The Interests." j
The    so-called     Idberal     organ!-
M-n nf Toronto had
Big Season of Sport In Sight for Saskatchewan City.
Saskatoon, April 19���Sport in saskatoon this year seems destined to
have a great revival in face of the
disappointment of not being in the
Western Canada Baseball league. No
less than three meetings were held
last night, they being cricket, baseball, lacrosse. The outlook is fo- thre*
soccer leagues���city, intercollegiate
and junior���while a team will be entered in the provincial league.
In addition to the foregoing an automobile club, lawn bowing club, two
tennis clubs, golf club, rifle shooting
club and two basketball clubs will
be ln the limelight.
Only Sixteen Cases.
Owing to exaggerate! repoits to the
effect that a large number of residents of this city are at present victims of a contaj-lmis disease, Dr. J.
H. Jones, medical health officer, has
asked the News to state that thero
are only sixteen cases ln Westminster. Quarantine which was enforced
against the Windsor hotel a few days
ago has now been partly lifted, the
bar telng once more or en to ti.e ; -.ib-
11c.
i& PAOB TWO
THE DAILY NEWS,
THURSDAY,  APRIL 20,  1911.
Wants
WANTED���BOYS TO STRIP TO-
bacco. Beaver Cigar Factory,
Clarkson near Sixth street.
| REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
HAVE a splendid, Improved, full bear
ing fruit ranch at Mission; to be
sold as a going concern, cheap.
O.. er will consider good local real
estate ln part payment.
WANTKD ��� GENERAL PAINTING,
papi-i hanging and carpenter work
undertaking by expert workman.
John Black, 1011 Auckland street,
New Westminster.
WANTED��� A SMALL, SECOND-
hand horizontal, return, tubular
boiler of about 20 horse power, capa
ble of passing Inspection for 75!bs.
pressure. Must be cheap. .Write
orders to Box 308, New'Westminster, B. C.
WANTED���AT ONCE, STRONG,
willing young man with some
knowledge of the grocery business
Apply Manager Co-Operative Asbo
elation.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close In. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVAT1NO, SEWER
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general contracting. Gust Melln.
1010 Third avenue.
WANTED���STENOGRAPHER FOR
short engagement. Apply at once, lu
person. A. W. MeLeo I, Insurance
agent,  f>57  Columbia  street.
FOR 8ALE.
FOR     BALD���220     ACRES,    VERY
rich land, subdivided each 20 acres,
facing Stave Lake road; qui Ok sale'
at  only  $25 per acre;   terms   one-
third cash,  balance easy.    Box   S,
Dally News.
EOR SALE ��� GARDEN BEAUTIES,
Canterbury bells (handsome perennials), mixed colors, strong planta;
30 cents per dozen, delivered. Bunting. P, O. Box 094, city.
WE WANT two or three men to join
with us ln the purchase of a tract
of the grandest bcII ln Langley. $500
to $2000 acceptable. Thorough Investigation will prove the possibilities.
V
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WKHT
minster Board ot Trade meets la t��t
board room, City Hall, ae follows:
Third Thursday of eacli monta;
quarterly meeting on tbe uure
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may hr
proposed snd elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
8tuart-Wart>. secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary: J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
FOR SALE���NEW MODEItN FOU It-
room house, partly furnished, on
two lots 50x100 feet; each In grass.
Price $2800, $550 cash; terms to
arrange. Apply H. P. H., care Daily
News office.
FOR SALIC���GOOD TOP SOIL FOR
lawn dressing. Enquire Father O'Boyle, St. Louis College.
VANCOUVER MIDWAY IS GOOD!
Are you open to snap another investment tjiat within three months
Will yield 300 per cent. Financed
by prominent Vancouver and Vic
toria people. Address Box V News
office. 	
FOR SALE��� GREAT SNAP ON
Ewetl avenue car line, Lulu Island,
in the city limits, hft acres for
$1000 per acre, splendid for subdividing. Apply to 500 Powell atreet,
Vancouver.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barristerat-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B, C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler, VV. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 010 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     2?
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FOR SALjE���FIVE-PASSENGER Automobile, 30-35 horsepower, In good
running order. Apply at the
Schaake   Machine   Works,   Limited.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. K1SH, FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot MontreaL
TO RENT.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED
Apply 329 Tenth street.
ROOMS.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED LARGE
front bedroom, neir D-ily News.
Apply Arrow Press, 609 Victoria
street.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
TO RENT���NICE SEM1-FURNISH-
ed flat, three rcms, beside pantry
and storeroom; separate front entrance; nho \etandah; close to car
line. For particulars phone L179,
1303 Eighth avenue.
TO RENT���TWO STORES    IN    Excellent situations.   Apply Dominion
Trust Com.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia  atreet.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
STENOGRAPHY    *    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office, Columbia St.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
��11 PACIFIC
V RAILWAY CO.
Double Daily
Through Trains
Atlantic Express leaves at 8:30 a. m..
Imperial Limited at 3:f>5 p. m., connecting for all Canadian and American points, Special excursion tickets
on sale in May and June.   For  dates
and rates apply to
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A. ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
BAD VENTILATION
AIDS INTEMPERANCE
VICE PROBLEMS IN WINDY CITY
TAKE ON NEW ASPECT IN DISCUSSION OF LOWER CLASS
LODGING HOU8ES.
Chicago, Aprll 19.���The bad air
found in many of Chicago's lodging
houses ls directly responsible for much
of the drunkenness ln the city, according to James Mhllenbach, who
spoke to the Woman's City club on
"Lodging Houses."
A night's sleep in such air as is
breathed by the lodging house in
mates calls for a mo/nin-j "bracer,"
Mr. Mullenbach said, and the "bracers" lead to drunkenness and crime.
"The great problem in lodging
houses ls the one of 'Ventilation," Mr.
Mullenbach said: "The state board of
health provides that there shall be at
least four hundred cubic feet of air
to each person, but it does not Insist
that lt shall be pure air. And ln many
cases the air ln these lodging houses
is so foul that It is not possible for
a person to sleep In the rooms all
night und awaken refreshed the next
morning.
"What is more natural than for a
man to go to the saloon that in most
cases is below the lodging house, and
get a bracer? You will find that a
great deal of the drunkenness ls due
to foul air and the fact that the lodgers feel that they need a stimulant
the next mornln?.
Only about twenty per cent of the
Inmates   of   Chicago   lodging   houses
are permanent residents of the city,
the others being what are known us
.seasonal laborers���those that work at
fruit picking, ln the harvest and ice
fields, on railroads or on oyster
sloops, and come to Chicago only
when they cannot follow their usual
line of work.
"These men return from a season of
hard labor, and as a matter of reaction are apt to fall into excesses. It
ls our belief k that If they were received Into nouses under better con
ditlons vice In this city wo ill be
notablv   reduced."
Edwin A. Brown of Denver, gave
several personal experiences encountered in cities of the United
States in an attempt to lca-n the
viewpoint of the lodger. He strongly
commended the municipal lodging
house, saying that he believes lt ia
tlie "haven hetween sin and aiii-
clde."
KIDNEY TROUBLE
Sitfertd Ten Years���Relieved in Thru
Months Thanhs to PE-RU-NA.
C. B.FIZER, Mt. Sterling, Ky.,says:
������I have Buffered with kidney and
bladder trouble for ten years past.
"Last March I communced ustn,*?;
Peruna and continued for thrco months.
I have not used it since, nor have I felt
a Dain."
Scene  From "The   Mikado," at the Opera   House Tomorrow  Evening.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu-
lars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7u5.
The $10,000,000 British Columbia Steel Plant
is now assurad for Port Mann
also several other arge industries.
Do you realize what this means to the man who buys now?
Stop and Think!
Our sub-division in Section lfi, Block 5, North Ranre One, West, is
close to the Industrial center and right in line for a quick increase
in value. f f f.   "$ IT f? r'rv" ff| jT jg g| fJJH
The price of our lota is the lowest of any on the market, only $450
for a large Cfixl22 foot lot to a 20 foot lane.
Wo have only a few lots unsold so you will have to act quickly.
CALL    TODAY   FOR   PARTICULARS.
MacCallum Bros.
0
Cream
Balli
PoWder
Pm.jrowa��^
I
I
I
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a question as to the absolute
purity and healthfullness of the food it raises.
i
i
i
BOVRIL ?
��.
Cowan
WB ARE USIHO PURE CAHAD1AR MILK HI
f       Milk Chocolate,
W    Croquettes, Wafers,
���w   Cakes. Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH
PURITY ARD FIHEKESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Room 3, Sm'th  Block.
Columbia street.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your.kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser/it's
fine ; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
m just the right pro-      \  ������ y��
portions to cleanse   \^\l//^^/
easily, vigorously, J^-1^ '^
and without harm to ~~x
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK COMPANY
* Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake. THURSDAY,  APRIL  20,   1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVE'S
work without affect
mothers take them
druggists',
IrtJfl & Chemical C<
West End Cut-Off
On Fifth avenue (Burnaby), five lots in parcels of two lots (double
corner)  and three lots, all fa-.-soutlj and,on graded road and adjoining above B. C. E. R. cutoff to Vancouver.
Price:    Double corner, $1200; 3Inside lots, $1500.
Terms one-quarter cash, balance <>, 12 and 18 months.
EXCLUSIVELY
SHERRIrT, ROSE & CO.
650  COLUMBIA   STREET.
Phone 832.
(Above The Fair.)
AJIAAAsiAsisti
For Prime Quality
or
Beef, Mutton. Spring Lamb,
Pork and Poultry
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
����x-����e-eeeeee4*.����e��eeeeeeee��*e.��
EASTER I
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
I
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���������������������������tee ***�����������������������>��>+��� <
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulpher Solution, Paris Green, Whale Oil
Soap, Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
%++****+****+ e e as. ***+***+*���*> t
t
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH   BOXES     LARGE    8TOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box   127
Interurban  Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for   Vancouver,   5,   5:45,   and   every
fifteen  minutes theieaf.er  un 11 11 p. m.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
fifteen minutes until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT  EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at    7:20    a.m.,
11:20 a.m., ��nd 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00.a.m., 1:05 nnd 6:05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULT
Hon. Frank Oliver Speaks
On Reciprocal Agreement
(Continued from Page One.)
measure, but not on these grounds.
The finances for the campaign were
coming from the paity Known as
"the Interests," the tiifdi finance
men of the country. They had not
been consulted, the government did
not have to consult tnem. ihe Liberal government which' had been
said to be under their ccntrol had
declared Its Independence und taey
were now out to destroy it.
Dr .Clark.
Dr. Clark, referring to the attitude
of Hon. Clifford Sifton, who had
seen fit to differ with bis party ou
this question, took occasion to utter
some stinging Innuendoes. While admitting the liberty of a Liberal tj
differ with his party he conceded the
point satirically, "There was never a
reform propose I In Britain but there
were some members who could no
longer keep up tbe pace and fell out
of line. Conservatism ls more or less
natural to us all, and specially as
we arrive at that state which Chamberlain described with the quotation,
"They toll not, neither do they spin."
Inconsistency.
The fact that Mr. Sifton while admirably condensing the utterances of
(Continued on Page Six.)
ViNTaot
��� UGAR  ssMtLL
GIFTS
Twice given is silverware
that alter long years of service
will continue to please with its
beauty and usefulness. To be
assured of getting silver possessing these qualities, ask for
ct
1847
ROGERS BROS."
We carry a full line of this
famous silverware, each piece
of whicli is up to the very nigh
standard suggested by the title
"Silver Plate that Wears,''
earned hy over 60 years of
painstaking effort to produce
the best in quality and design.
CONSTIPATION
MUNYON'S
PAWPAWPILLS
Munyon's Fan--
Faw Pdls me unite ail ah..' laxative? or enth.'.rlks.
Tliey icax the liver
i.to otLvil*? by
gentle mcthocs,
They ib r.ol Eeour;
they d i n t gripe;
���they dj u.t w.ak-
cn; i'v.'. tluv do
6t.art aii the secretions of llw l.vcr
enl stotsaoh in a
way thi t ��oon nut j
these crgans ia a
healthy condition
acil corrects yousti-
crii.ii. n constipation
is responsible for mo. t ailmcnt-5. There
are thirty-two feet of human bowels,
which is really 0 s.wer pipe. Who this
pipe becomes i log ed, the whole tystem
becomes poisoned, causing bi.ioinneci, in-
digesticn antl impure bloo!, which often
produces rhenmnstism nnd kidney ail
menu. No woman who suffers with con
stipation or nny liver complaint can ?) ���
pect to have a clear complexion, or enjoy
good health. .,
Munvon's Paw-Paw Tills ar? a tonn
to the'stomach, liver and nerves. Tliey
invigorate instead of weakening; th;y
enrich the blood instead of impoverishing it; they enable the stomach to ges
all the nourishment from food that i*
put into it.
These pills -ontain no calomel, no dope,
they arc soothing, healinc and stimulating. They school the bowels to act
without   physic.   Price -.">  cents.
""IsalassVte'0
pation.     In    ny
Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish a floor is to
saturate a soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Wax and apply
lightly to the floor,
let it dry ior about
fifteen minutes,
'/ and bring to a
/ polish by light
rubbing with a
soft cloth.
No brush to push ��� no work���no
backache. Resists heel-marks,
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than any paste wax. Try it! Be
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��
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in our new Victor Parlors.
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419 Columbia St., New Westminster
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Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger
RtfcD MR3. DERRICK'S SW0:.:i STATlmENT    .J
Stati: (;i-- New York >
County of Monroe js'"
RorilESTER,   N.   Y.
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dark brown hair which was the envy of my friends and
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my hair was quite thin and gray, I was induced by the
many good reports I had heard of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur to try a bottle; and you can imagine my satisfaction when I found my hair was fast coming back to its
natural condition. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur
until my hair was ns heavy, dark and smooth as when I
was a girl of sixteen, lt is now four years since I began using Sage and Sulphur and my hair is in splendid
condition.
Sworn la before me this tilt*
day cf July, tfos
Helarj/tisilie. *r
You Can Look Years Younger by Using
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It is an Elegant, Refreshing Dressing
It Makes the Hair Soft and Glossy       It Quickly Removes Dandruff
It Stops Hair Falling and Makes thc Hair Grow
It Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
PRICE 50c. AND $1.00 A BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS
II your druggist (Toes not keep lt, send us tbc price in slumps, end wc will send
yon a large bottle, express prepaid.
#    Wyeth Chemical Company, 74 Cortlantli St., Kew York, N. Y.    ���
FREE
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THUR8DAY,  APRIL  20,  1911.
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THURSDAY,  APRIL  20,   1911.
IMPERIAL   UNION.
The means for securing a closer
union of the imperial bond will be one
of the leading topics if not the leading topic of discussion at the forthcoming Imperial conference. Apart
however, from this important function
the question is exclt'ng a good deal
of Interest among the Hritish people
generally. All are agreed th-vt a
closer union Is needed to weld the
empire Into one homogeneous whole,
but as to how tho desired result can
best bo accomplished there is a considerable difference of opinion. A very-
able exposition of th* subject ls printed in a recent Issue of the Standard
of Kmpire, from the pen of Mr. Law-
son Scarth.
After touching upon the reciprocity-
agreement and its possible effect upon the domestic and commercial relations of Great Brita'n and Canada,
he observes that the vast populations
of both the Kuropean and American
continents are likely to be drawing
upon Canada's granary a few years
hence, and that therefore the food
question Is that, which is of paramount Importance to the multlude.
Again, he says:
"There is the kindred question of
future employment, ln Canada we|
have man-hungry-regions; ln Europe
we have unskilled labor in abundance
seeking to pour itself into those empty
lands; and behind all this we have the
yellow races, with their lowef* civil
lzation, willing to undersell labor in
Australia and Canada, unless kept
away by legislation backed by sea
power. Does It not show that this
matter of our future relationship with
Canada is essentially a working man's
question, and that upon the decision
of the working man in Canada and
Britain now must depend, for good or
for 111, the whole future of his grandchildren. As time goes on, these d'f-
ficultles will be intensified.
"There are several alternative possibilities. Maybe the world wlll come
round to an absolutely free interchange of commodities. Maybe there
will dawn an era of universal benevolence, when no country will be allowed to go hungry. But there is
also a possibility that great empires
will hold with tenacious grip, thei
own absolute possessions; that they
will exclude other emi/res from a
share in their benefit* i-rcept in so
far as may he necessary for their own
well being; that these empires will
possess themselves, by force or foresight, Of tropical terrltoiios of tlieir
very own, in which to grov raw materials, Buch as cotton and food products such iis sugar; as welt as great
temperate regions of their own where
they can raise wheat, catUttir-aiu]
sheep.
Under present conditions the British empire is now tlie ideal state.
Within our boundaries she comprises
every imaginable class of land and
territory, tropical or temperate. What
wonder is it that she is being subjected to destructive competition from
other li'ss favored count:ies, who,
from their own point of view, have
a good right to live, and in the future to expand even at the expense of
the inhabitants of our fortunate islands?
There are two ways, at least, of
losing an Kmpire. There is tlie way
of war, such as ihat through which
France lost Canada at the butt I ��� of
Quebec, and India i:i the time o:
("live; or there is the way of neglect,
through which Holland, 250 year.*
ago, lost all her colonial possessions
tin ill. Its existence represents "the
the crown of a thousand years of history; but although Great Britain, is
old, tbe British Empire Is young; and
because it Is youn*�� It Is f raitfle7 atm
as yet Insecure. ~\t Is hot tod"rfii!cti Ti*]'
say that the next flve yeare -tnm.now *������V**?3
will be the most anxious time for our '
young empire. Not only�� have we
pressure to withstand from without,
but we have many enemies in our
very midst. More and more we shall
realize that our most dangerous foes
are those of our own household. Our
failure to win consolidation would
mean the end of some of the noblest
aspirations that humanity has > ever
entertained; loss of empire throiuh
weakness ln Britain would represent,
on the part of us, Its lnhahlthhf's, an
act of the supremest folly. There is a
Haying, "Money lost, much lost;'honor lost, more lost; pluck lost, all
lost." We may adapt, and say:
"South Africa lost, much lost; Australia lost, more lost
all lost." ^^^^^^^
Surely the British e.uplr^. U^es/not
exist merely for the personal comfort or advantage of its citizens: but
as a machine for doing goo.l work;
the most powerful instrument in the
secular world that mankind has'-ever
yet forged and handled. It exists, so
far as we can gather, to spread the
ideal of freedom, to be established
throughout our broad Dominions in
thought, In word, in act. Imperialism
is in truth a religion. This conception may he new to some minds.
They cannot but feel that it is,,' 'f
true, a compelling thought, and one
that Insistently demands all our powers as a people.
Canad*, lost,
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herself   all   prospect   of   ever   again I
counting as a great nation.
Imperialism should he regarded not;
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all lesser plans and "Isms," such, for
example, as Socialism, can flourish
and make effective experiments in a
way which would be impossible under any choas of five difjointeJ nations. If, on the other hand, we suffer the British empire to drift apart,
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she lias purchased and reopened the
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THUR8DAY,   APRIL  20,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOB PTV��
MATTERS MARTIAL;!
BY GARETH
������������������������������������������������i
SPORTING NEWS
In my comments last week regard-   great   honor that  has been  don�� to
ing  thenon-arrlval  of drill  pay, I  re- >ou."
ferred to the company ln question as:     ,.     ��� tJ        '
^  ,      .         ���...     . i     Mr. Haldane, secretary of state for
being A company.   This of course was  war   ha8 bep,/ ru,8ed g tne d,gnlty
a mistake und I should have said 11 of a peerage, another case of a well-
company. Anyone who knows the of- merited reward. Hts was the .-nas-
ficer lately In command of A com- term|nd which remodelled from the
pany, knows that any matter affect- oH volunteers force, the territorial
ing the well being of his men, was al- "''"W aa ll "lands today. The volun-
ways his first cure. IteerB were formed at the time when
As far ns 1 know, U company are NaPoleon  wus threatening a descent
ttill  waiting. I upon ^e shores of Kngland.    As re-
I Kurds   their  organization   they    had
The annual  inspection of  the 6th ln*de very Uttle p'royrefs tfnc'e, that
regiment I). C. O. R. Is to take place ^?te-   " w" not th�� {*P Ot ttie in-
on  Saturday, the 29th Inst., It U to dJv'dual volunteer of course, nor yet
lie hoped that having an Infantry dls- ��r the unltl but the astern.   Indeed,
trict officer commanding, there  will ""fe Sf, l?e corp8 were a* Bma_rt and
he more    practical    common    sense  "e,,"drllle11 ,tt8  ����e c��uld  wiBh'  *n,d
about it than has been shown in pre- they certainly made the most Of their
vious years.   Of course it was not to ��*B.t'r opportunities for field training
be expected that    artillery    officers, -?ut inlcaBe ��* mobilization they .would
nearlng   the  age   limit,   should  com- have *** but �� lar��f '�����*"�� flt <����
mence   the study of infantry work, (a connected units, dependent on the reg-
branch of the service whose training ular *TmZ '0' tbe,r ��-uota of staff of.
Bhould be every bit as exhaustive a* ncerB and departmental corrs. To be
their own). In order to come and In- of��� any UBe' ���"* J11)11 must be part of
siwct the 6th regiment on one after- �� *��$**d d'yielon, ready to Uike
noon In every year.    For this reason     e "e'd at, Bho,rt *<*** and complete
thc same old march past, aa perform   ��" �������������  def"; bot"   *rom , h��  ��������
��d  by  the animals    before    General nom'caI P��,nt of vle* a" we" a�� U��
Nouli both on embarking on, and dls-1     n?Da,lant-      .   _,     _ ,.        ,      ,,
embarking  from  the  ark,    has  been 1nJ" th'B KOal.' Mr   ,ialdane ,B BtrIv���
practiced by the regiment for weeks     ��      *�� hl�� territorial army, and
beforehand, has invariably  been ask- ^'"f  '���mlnthe  reP��rt�� ��"e  r.ead8'
6d  for, and performed more or less "*�����a ac?r,tal"�� ���������"����� �����   ,e "oo���;
creditably; the same old D. O. C. has    "* a ���a ii 7     I"'     h " V T**
congratulated the same old command-    Je Jort lo wei   begun * l�� C��   "'^
ing officer on his  same oil splendid  u,e worK 80 we" beKun-
regiment, and every one has wended      ..    . .     .   . . .
his satis led way towards home (or ,, ""'��"' nM ,g��ne c enn ,OU' ��
mess) strong in the knowledge that ?"'?��� *������m? " ,7"^, bafal
be hus done hla duty nobly and well '" thenJxt[eme' wht Bt as t0 Mowing
as a soldier, but quite oblivious of the ?" ����� * "8 *' " * "T^6. b."'
fact that as far us soldiering is con- ��*���,***/'tB ^ "TS^'tt t0 be
cerned,   he  Is  living  in  the  days, of  f*f��  *��*�� ?��   '*��   J[/���� ��
LE DEVOIR GIVES
LALONDE HOT ROAST
looking for the quickest  and easiest
way to get off the earth, Just ask one
. i      of the 6th  Kegiaient  sergeants  what
ing made once by one company   but  f) f    , thelr   fle,d
i ._ _      . .      .*....      *U��      w.r...r.r..r...      ..-���.-..      Il.l...
cross-liow and battle axe.
I  did  see un  attempt   at  skirmish
NEW8Y 8LATED FOR HI8 DESERTION OF FRENCH-CANADIAN
TEAM���PLAYER 18 OVER-ESTI
MATED,  8AY8 8PORT  WRITER.
I Jacques Cunayen, In; a signed ar
tide In \A Deeolr, Heurl Uoura.ssa**
newspaper, published ia Montreal,
makes a bitter attack on Newsy La
londe for what the writer terms hl.i
"betrayal of the Nationals." Here Is
the article, translated by one of the
high-brows of thla staff:
THE TREA80N OF LALONDE.
BIG MONEY PAID
TO BALI PLAYERS
8ALARIE8 HAVE ALL JUMPED IN
THE BIG LEAGUES IN RECENT
YEAR8 ��� CHRISTY MATHEWSON IS TOPNOTCHER.
day.
the fact that the reserves were firing
through  the     supports,  who ln  turn
were  makln?  things  as  hot  as  tliey
knew how, for the firing Une. only al- _���.    ..a.���,      .,.,       . .
lowed one to imagine what the effect ment- stnl nothing doing."
woul.l ha\e been.
Weekly bulletin of the 104th Regl*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The 72nd Highlanders of Canada,
It Is gratifying to learn that Can-1 Vancouver's new regiment, have been
ada's contingent at the Coronation armed with the Mark 5 Ross, a very
ceremonies Is to tie a great deal Kr����ariy improved type to the Mark 2,
stronger than that of any other of the wblch have been issued to the 104th.
self-governing Dominions. Australli's ��be Kilties evidently belong to the
representatives are to consist of such favored few.
officers of her permanent forces as' .
nre home, on leave or official busi-|
ness, at the time. New Zealand will i
a   few   specially   selected   offl
WATER   NOTICE.
���eers. South Africa and Rhodesia's ���No' ce ,81Ihelreby Bjven that an ap-
comblned detachment will consist of p lcatio" ,W. "I ma,dn*������U.!lder ?ar,t V'
four hundred of all ranks, Including a �� th�� Wa,er **ct* 19,09' tp obtain a
number of the Imperial Light Horse, i "MM#���,n. ���*���  H"���"*    division    of
The crown colonies will all be reo. *����� Westminster district,
resented in proportion to the strength      (a> The name* address and occupa-
of their local forces.
tlon of the applicant, Alfred W.  Mc-
Tbe contingents can safely look for-1 ,-*od; ln8ura.nce/Ka��ent' New ,W*8t-
ward to a alght royal time as there ����'n��ter. B. C. ib) The name Qf the
��re miny movements afoot already to^e stream-orVs&thrceltlf unnamed,
provide for their reception and enter- ;����� ,t,e8c,,:lpt'onK ,B) unnamed ��tream
Jalnment. The "Hoys from the Bound, i n��w��ng thro��igh'district lot 85, in   a
of the  Empire"  occupy  a  warm  cor-
northerly   direction   into   Oeer   lake:
ner In the hearts of the "01*1 Folk at ,^),Tb" po'nt ��f diversion about one
Home" and nothln? will be left un- chela from the boundary of district lot
done in order that they may enjoy ?**��� <d> The Quantity of water applied
tlieir visit from start to finish I for  (,n cubic feet per second),    one
A committee bas been formed, corn-
miner's  inch;   (e)   The character of
���t\      V   llllllllll  Ml       ""tl       I'l.-a.   11      a     lasasi   ta,      ���-����������� ..
posed of influential men. to see that the proponed works^npae;    (f)  The
riramiaaa   ,*.-**���    nhlrth    the   ����oUr   tm   fj*   Ka
they are looked after while In the old
premiaea oo which tht water ls to be
UICJ      th* *C     lUVnuu     nun       nunw     �������     a-asav    *******
���country, and that plentv of interest-1 UB- <de*c���ribed 8a���e)* Portion of dining sight-seeing is provided for them.! **��* ����t 85: fai The purposee for
Colonel Seely 0. S. O.. M. P., Is chair-1 whlch ��* wat��r '��� to be-used, domes-
man and the Duke of Devonshire is tic and Irrigation purposes; (h) If for
among the members. Arrangements Irrigation describe the land intended
are being made for them to view the t0 be ���a*��o. K^lng acreag-e, two
coronation review at Splthead where and on*���ha'f a<;ree' ?or* or ,eBB*
-wlll be gathered together thi great- **nd' b������'de; (I) If tbe we'er Is to
���est armada of war vessels that has *** n""1 for P��,wer or mining purposes
��ver been seen, a sight that few of us describe the place where the water is
will have the opportunity of ever to ba returned to some natural chan-
aeelng. A day Is to be spent going nel. and the difference In altitude be-
over one of the largest dockyards tween point of diversion and point of
which the Admiralty possesses, a day return, no power; (J) Area of crown
In which one could see enough to give '*"d intended to be occupied by the
one subject for talk and food for re- proposed works, none,
flection till the end of one's days and ���,(^)JThlB "P,tlc* w".?��Bted on ���the
then one only sees a tithe of all that 25th day of March. 1911, and appllca-
is there. tlon will be made to the commissioner
It is understood that the   colonl-ils on the 28th day of April, 1911, at 11
will themselves, take part In the big  am- ��� ...
military  review  which  ia to be held      <���>    Gl?e tbe ni,mes and addresses
on I.nffan'8 Plain. of     any     riparian     proprietors     or
Of course the big day will be the licensees who or whose lands are
Coronation Itself, the pomp and clr- ��ke'>' to be affected by the proposed
enmstance of which would baffl- de- wor*8- elther ab0Te or below the ou'-
acrlpuon. and one can only say, "wait ,eti none
and see." I
The men who are going have been'
rpiven  an opportunity such  ps occurs  . ���
to few and considering tbat tbey hive
been chosen for the keenness th��v I
have displayed ln learning their du'ie*
as citizen Boldlers nnd for their smar--
ncs--R both In drill and in person one
feels one must sav. "Good luc'�� to
you,   boys,   >-qu   fully     df servo     tlih
A. W. McLEOD.
New Weatmlnster, B. C.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Port Mann
Full Sized Lot in the Heart
of the Townsite
1-4 cash; balance 6,12 and 18 months.   Best buy on
the market.   This is a money maker.
Get in on the ground floor.
The Cornwall Boy, Spoilt Child of the
Public of Montreal, Announces His
Departure for Vancouver Before Even Informing the
Nationals.
Tlie Nationals have been betrayed
\��y Newsy Italonde, and the Insult
which our French-Canadian association ls submitted t> has perhaps no
precedent in the sporting unnals ot
Montreal.
Newsy Lalonde hid been for th}
past few weeks in conference with u
committee of the directors of the Na
tionals and during the past few days
he had permitted it to be understood
that he was satisfied with thi offer
made him by our club.
All ot a sudden, without even informing diiectors of the Nationals,
Lalonde telegraphs from Cornwall to
a newspaper in this cliy thut h.* is
leaving for Vancouver, and It ls
through that paper that the directors
of our association leain of Lalonde's
decision.
Let not the public be alarmed. Lalonde is not indispensable to the Nationals, and without the "boosting"
given him by one of the city papers
last year, Lalonde would have been
more closely judged, and thereby
more correctly appreciated as to the
work he did during the Beaton.
Those who followed attentively the
work of the individual players on the
National team last' year will be convinced, as we are, that the name of
Lalonde was put to the fore because
it was necessary to have a Little
Caporal in order the engender victories.
The Cornwall boy is not without,
good finalities, bn the contrary, he
possesses a good player's eye and]
knows how to place the ball in good i
time, but no one will gainsay that hi.i'
end-of-season lacrosse, and hla final
hockey games, have net helped to In-1
crease his reputation. Newsy Lalonde announces tbat he is leaving
for Vancouver, but be has chosen to
Ignore the first principles of spott
which make for loyalty.
So as not to go against the wishes
of the public which still believes ln
the Incontestable supriority of that
player, the directors of the Nationals
had decided to, figure Lalonde on the
1911 team, and with that end in view
negotiations were entered upon.
In Justice to other players who have
spent years of effort and courage in
the service of our club, the directors
of the Nationals could not offer Lalonde a salary double tbat of the oth
ers, but a reasonable offer was made.
These last few days Lalonde permitted It to be so well understood that
be would be enrolled under our colors'
that Con Jones of Vancouver, lost all
hope ot getting.him and announced In
the papers that be would be satisfied
with western players. Was this a
bluff or was he speaking sincerely.
We do not see what Interest he would
have ln deceiving us, bearing in mind
that hls declaration couli not in any
way change the conditions offered Lalonde by the Nationals.
Lalonde ls leaving Montreal and is
rot even informing the Nationa's. Let
us rather attribute to his weakness of
character than to a bitterness of spirit
his fashion of so conducting himself
towards ours, but we desire that the
sporting public should know what Is
transpiring.
Within the next few weeks we will
perhaps be In a position to unveil certain things which wlll edify the public on the conduct of some of the pretended friends of the Nationals. Who
shall live shall see.
Con Jones seems to hive In Montreal one or two French-Canadian
agents whose mission It Is to weaken
our team to his  (Jone's)  profit.
It may be that ln a few days we wlll
be ln a position, thanks to documents
we will then have in hand, to give the
name or names of this or these recruiting agents.
In the meantime, let us encourage
to the best of our ability the Nationals. It Is to be hoped that Eugene
Gauthier will not follow the example
of Lalonde.
Nearly ,400 palyers commenced
drawlnglsalaries from the sixteen
major league clubs cn April. 12, and
It is estimated that before the pennant
races end the magnates wih have paid
out more than |800,000 for. services
rendered-! It Is conceded by well posted baseball men that the Ame.i:an
leagues will receive more money for
their labors than ever before In the
history of the national game*. There
ls no salary limit In vogue, and the
stipends range all the way from $1500
to nearly' ten times that amount.
As far aa can be learned, John McGraw, who la not a player, will receive about $12,000 for hla work as
manager of the Giants this year.
Christy Mathewson ls believed to >e
the highest paid ball player in the
profession. Watty signed a five-year
contract last winter at an annual salary ot $10,000, tt Is said. As be Is
the mainstay of the Giants, baseball
men say he Is worth every dollar of
this sum. for without him McGraw's
team would experience some difficulty
in keeping a prominent position ln
the race. President John T. Brush
believes in paying liberal salaries,
particularly to McGraw and Mathewson, for be doesn't care to have dissatisfied players on the club's ray-
roll. With twenty-flve Giants draw-]
ing pay all season it is estimated that j
the New York club's ralary list wlll I
exceed $85,000, high water mark and]
the record ln professional baseball.
The Highlanders will also receive
liberal salaries. Manager Chase, it is
reported, will draw $7000 for his services as manager, captain and first
baseman, with a chance to receive a
substantial bonus if the Hlllmen win
the championship. Russell Ford, tbe
team's star pitcher, will get close to
$5000 this year, and maybe more if
the pennant is brought to this ctty.
President Frank J. Farrell doeen't believe ln splitting hairs and has signed his men practically at their own
terms, with the result that the season's payroll will foot up ln the neighborhood of $65,000; lt ii said.
In addition to Mathewson anil Ford
the great pitchers have contracts call-
Ins* for big salaries. Waiter Johnson
will probably receive about $7000 from
the Washington club. Coombs and
Bender* of the-Athletics, may pocket
$r.oti( each. Ed, Walsh, of the <!bP
ca!;o[v|hltelflox, -refused to slen twd
;o unless he got $6000. Mullen
etrolts. ts a $5000 nun ani
e may be said of Adams, of'
g, and Miner Brown ot the
ext to Matty, the best paid
ball player is believed to be Ty Cobb,
of the ;Detroits, who- ls aald to have
signed-Wt $8000 a year.
Eddi$ Collins, of the Athletics, la
due to draw about $7000 .thla year,
while Napoleon Lajole, of the Cleve-
landsl may take down a trifle more.
Hans Wagner, Roger Bresnaban atrfl
Fred Clarke are'supposed to be-tfi the
$6000) class, while John Kling, Evers
and Tinker, of the Cubs, together with
Harry Davis, of the Athletics, and
Sherwood Magoe, of the Phlladelphias
SAPPERTON
Desirable lot near Brunette river, price $500, eady
terms.
8-Roomed House, and Lot, Harvey street, $2,500.
A snap at this price.
CITY
6-Roomed House, and Lot in west end, price $3,500.
$1000 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
W. H. KEARY, _**_*�� Bio��k
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
Thorie 6. 520 Columbia street
T,l li, I,
Por Sale
6-Rpomed Modern House, corner
13th street, and 10th avenue,
$2,500; $400 cash, balance to
arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-~
McQuarrie Bros*
fei Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    HOUSE
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
i      ���    - '
FRIDAY,  APRIL   21
Vancouver Amateur Operatic Society
Under the auspices of the Royal Columbian Hospital.
THE MIKADO
In   Gilbert   &   Sullivan's
M 8*H?��s!ifSSL aw���
With. ALFRED  OOULDINO and MADAM ADA BENNETT
80 ���-r���     PEOPLE    	
-80
A  $2,000.00  PRODUCTION.
New Scenery, Magnificent Costumes,    Brilliant    Electrical    Effects,
'' Augmented Orchestra       ,
A   PERFORMANCE   OF   SURPASSING GRANDEUR
Seat Sale on at MacKenzie Drug Store.
PRICES���25c, 50c, 75c and |1.00
���k*
are believed to have $5000 contracts
In "addition to the Giants and Highlanders, the owners of the Cubs. Cincinnati Reds. Chicago White Sox,
Pltt|burgs, Boston Red Sox and De-
\A
Ten acrea of splendid land in Burnaby facing on Spruce street two
Mocks from Eburne car, all cleared. We cai).'deliver this for a few
daya at the low price of $575 per acre.   ThW would make a splendid
subdividing  proposition.
r
9*
Investigate thla jand you will find what a good bargain lt ia.
���Kf - '.Tl~ '������ *f
The Peoples Trust Co., Ltd.
w.
'.������"
T. REVELY
Manager,  Real   Estate  Department.
A5f Columbia"Street,
Phone 669
'(Continued ori Page Eight.)
LAND ACT NOTICE.
SEC
BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES CO.,
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
New Westminster Land District   District of Nev�� Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinton P.
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east shore of Haslam lake,
thence cast 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the point of commencement, and .containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
Fashion
IS
t��
"up-to-dateism
which marks its
follower as some-
what different
and gives smart
individuality to
the man who correctly adopts it
"FASfflON-CRAFT"
Clothes are the
acme of Clothes
Fashion
Craft
IS
skill in using artistic coloring, novel
and high grade
construction and
when applied to
clothing means
something out of
the ordinary rut
of ready-mades.
Such are Fashion-
Craft Clothes.
$15.00 to $35.00
A. S. MILLS & CO.
517 Columbia St> "the Store of Fashion-Craft
. ���:-. t Ci 1 PA OR SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
THUR8DAY,   APRIL  20,   1911.
.HAIR WANTED
NEWS Of IXTEUKST TO PEOPLE
WUO HAVE NO HAUL
There Is one place where bald
headed men shine, and that is in the
front row seats of the theatre. They
<Io not obscure your vi?w like the
"merry widow" hats and the reflection of Ihe footlights on their pates
lends a certain glamour t6 the scene.
If these bald headed people had used
Wvcth's Sage and Sulphur H%lr Remedy in theli- earlier day* they would
not be so conspicuous now. This
preparation does not plant new halt,
but it does strengthen weak, dying
hair, and not only brightens dull,
parched hajr, but gradually restores
the color to faded or gray hair. It
is a clean, wholesome hair dressing,
which can be used dally with perfect
gafpt V
y Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is sold
under guarantee that the money will
be refunded if It falla to do exactly
aa represented.
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle and la
recommended and sold by
ALL DRUGGISTS
f��<F\ V."
lose veils her eyes to the
Imperfections of her idol,
And drinks deep draughts
From the fount of Trust.
-MUNYON.
IF I run inaugurate n great spirit of
charity, of sympathy and forgiveness throughout llie world. I slinll
lmve done much to sweeten and
prolong life, for as I lmve stilted in previous articles, most tioiihlcH, most nil-
ments mul mo-t sniTous nre caused by
distrust, selfishness nnd indifference. I
will go further���I
believe that most
failures and most
crimes are due to
tiiis want of human lympathy.
We expect more
than we are willing to give, Wc see
imperfections in
others, but nre
blind to our own defects.
Under thin unnatural
condition of mind our
digestion becomes impaired, our nerves irritated. n-.:r mental
vision distorted and our peace of mind
destroyed.
Hopeiim, which I nm spreading all
ever this country, meniiH I.oveism. means
I'eneeism. It means lone*, the must happiness out of life. It meatf* tlte development of the God-like qualities thnt
lire in man. I am glad lo see that this
doctrine is being received with surli enthusiasm. From all over tlie land I nm
receivimi letters commending me for
holding aloft the lantern of Hope.
My contention thai tlie lower bowel is
responsible for most of our Ignoble
thoughts nnd deed", fot most of our
aches and pains, f��r our tempers and uncharitable acts, ia being confirmed hy
the medical fraternity throughout t!ic
civilized  world.
If a mrfn's bowels
arc constipated, lie
is   hound   !o   suffer
With       indigestion,
liiliou-nes's-.      head-
nclies,    nervotinncfl
and gen  ral depression.     Conrtii atirri
m aus poison nn t! e
blood and  weaken-
ing     every     nerv ���
tissue.       It    is    '���'   ���
cause of skin e--vn-
complexion.     It   dims
t!i-  eye  and   dead tn  the  intellect.    A
great writer onee told m- tV.nt lie always
flushed  tlie  lower bowel !> fore  he st-
tempted to  write.    It mad    him th n'.;
more clearly and more strongly,
Munyon's l'aw Paw Laxative Pills arc
doing more t:> correct indigestion, liver
ciltoenti and constipation than an-.- rem-
i I j* yet compounded. They are net a
I ii-atv . 'I h 'V (! i nol 'irritate thc
r.srves nnd wea'en the body, but thev
<'o Bfsisl digestioui the-,- do pul a lazy
liver into activity, they do purify the
l-lootl, and they do positively keep the
V'O-eels clear, sanitary and nn'rrm'. 'J'hry
Imbitunts tlie bowels to act rctzu'arlr,
���\ i111o111 any foreign aft.istance. Tliey d~
ret all tho nutriment out of the 'fond
ihat is ptit into the stomach, thereby
feeding I ��� nerves, strengthening the
1  ���'>��� .-'.::d prnloniring life,
Here arc fmr rem-
< ies |hat I want
tie public to ur-e,
v th tho distinct
r-idcrstanding that
ii they are in*; per.
fectlv satisfied with tl
results, I wi'J refund
tlieir money,
i ��-ar.t everv rhcu-
: -; " to in. my Rneu.
i latism Cure. It neu-
ti*a.i/.es the nro acid
ar.d one bottle usual.v
takes away n I ai Ilea and
raina. It contains no sallcvlic acid, no
'���ijrplnn- or  other harmful  drugs.
{want every person who is subject to
<?lda to try Munyon's Odd Cure. It
�� vea almost  immediate  relief
I want every person who lufferi with
my Money trouble, no matter how series, or how many doctors have failed
' i cure, to try my Kidney Remedy. One
cr two bottles will ta'e away the back-
i nes, the urinary diffieultiea th,
icaa under the eyes. pwe|!lng ot tie
the  i-enenil  weal tie's  ������,'  )u
tions  and   sallow
i nd
puffl-
limbs
Ituds
that  f( Hew  this dread  disease
1 want all persons who suffer with
Ins, before they ronsent to an opera-
< on of am- kind, or use nnv more ointment*, or taN* any more medicine, to
ry my Pile Ointment. Its remedial ac-
t on of any kind, Ot* use anv more oint-
r   ->-eeM   tube  of this ointment  to  rure
irases  Hat   the   most   flebrated   Bpe-
^j���� In the land had beer, unable to
fn addition to the
above    four   remedies, Munyon's Homoeopathic    Home
Remedy    Company
put up specifics for
nearly     everv    ailment.       They are
sold   by   all   druggists, mostly for L'.">
mils per vial. They
a re      absolutely
harmless   and   ar?
from tl.e  foinnlri
cf the most celebrated specialist! oi the
wor'd.
��� _ MUNYON'S D0CTOI1S FREE.
Thi re are thousanda of people who
fjel that they would like to consult a
doctor before ta'ing medicine. To nc-
t nir.-.odate this e^a-r, I have physicians
v-ho make examination and give advice
v.ithout charge. Vou can't pay them
a penny for their servient. Vou will
iceive the same careful., painstaking eX-
rmination as if you paid them $5, and
you will not be expected to buy one
penny's worth of medicine.
MUNYON.
1505  Arch Street.
Hon. Frank Oliver Speaks
On Reciprocal Agreement
(Continued from Page Three.)
REUUsMW'
Mr. Foster in several speeches, had
Bhown a reluctance ti acknowledge
lhe historical aspect of the proposition he attributed to the peculiar
situation 111 wlilch Mr. Sifton Ind
placed himself In the records of hla
political assertions during the past
decade. Twenty years ago lt was said
Mr. Sifton ha.l Legun to get a change
on this subject. Yet five ye-ys later,
ln lstni, he had refeirod to protection as a '111181110118' policy, drawing
the life  blood from  Manitoba."
Mr. Sifton,-' now ventured to .prophesy that the farmers would lose
by tills measure. The grain growers
of Manitoba refuted this absolutely.
Mr. (Sifton also sa3d that tho western
farmers were getting mo. e than their
share of prosperity. In lX'Jfi Mr. Sifton had hotly contended that by a
policy of protection for manuf icturerj
a farmer wus forced to pay a tax
to assist a manufacturer to sell ch��ap
machinery to his keenest contemporaries ln the world's market. What he
said then wns the truth, although
hls present attitude ln this light wus.
to say the least, Inconsistent.
The contention that the government had no mandate was superfluous. A primary reason for a government's existence was the regulation of trade and commerce. Mr. Sifton, who hud done so much to build
up the province of Alberta, was now
In the attitude of a man ashamed and
afraid of his own handiwork by Ills
expressed disapproval of American
immigration and by his pretended
fear that commercial Intercourse
would lead to political union.
As to Annexation.
"What kind of people docs he
think we are?" enquired D.\ Olark,
amid applause. "The same argument
was used when decimal coinage wus
proposed for Canada. The Conservative prophets foresaw speedy annexation and ruin." The only reason
for which United States could covet
Canada ls a commercial one. "R>
move the obstacles to free trade relations and the single Inducement of
the States to annex or conquer Canada is removed."
USE ONLY THE BEST
is me standard article
READY  FOR  USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
sinks, closats, drains and for
many other purposes. A cio
���quale 20 pounds SAL SOOA.
SOLO  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETTOTx^l
TORONTO.ONT.
The Oven
Of a Range
'T'HAT a perfectly constructed,
���** air-tight oven will bako better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, ancl is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The. Majestic even stays that way,
tOu*
Note the illustrations.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
THE   DAILY  NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
It is delivered to all parts of   '
i *
,  the city before breakfast time.,
The medium through
which the progressive
merchant and busi-
ness man acquaints
the buying public with
their offers, to the
mutual advantage.
It is read by all citizens before
the day's business commences.
The
Daily
ews
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases.
tirfyeaiw
TlKlfngB
"JVaOSI������
r-r-rrvur- ^���iattm^mm*m%^*-->irs-mami THUR8DAY,  APRIL  20,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Die-
Hew Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Lionel E. Haw-
els, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply for permission ta purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Pemberton Trail, 3V4
miles north of Green Lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tbence south 80 chains, tbence west
80 chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 640
acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWI8,
Agent for Lionel E. Haweis
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
DIs-
Mew Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Gerald E.
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Green River, Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to point of commencement, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing 640 acres
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20, 1911.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Molly McCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the Pemberton Trail, 2\_ miles
north of Green Lake, thenco north 83
chains, tlience east 80 chains, thenee
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, being tbe
southwest corner post, containing 640
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Margaret
Ethel Matthews, of San Jose, occupation widow, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the west side of the Cheak-/
arnus river and one mile north or
Daisy Lake, tlience west 40 chains,
thenoe north ItiO chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 1C0 chains
along the Cheakamus river to point of
commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for, containing
321) acres more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM LKWIS.
Agent for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February 20. 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
. New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail lMs
miles In a northerly direction from
Green Lake, tlience north 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20. 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Weatmlnster.
TAKE NOTICE that Georgina A.
Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation
steaographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following describes] lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot 2106 aad thence north 4* chains
thenco west 46 chains, thenco south
4�� chains, thence east 40 chains5, to
point of commencement, betas sovth-
weat corner post of lot applied for,
coatalatag 160 acres, more or less.'
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about 1>4 mlleB nortli of T. L. lot
1976, and two miles west of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 cbalns to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. AUSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February IT, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west of
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CUYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Mary Augusta
Biidge, of Vancouver, occupation mar
ried woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
sirilied lands'. Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4_
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, tlience north
80 chains to point of commencement,
���being northeast corner post of lot applied for, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 20, 1911. 	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
'New Weatmlnster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Kate Corey, of
Vancouver, occupation saleswoman
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tbe
eouth lino of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains to
Summit Lake, thence north along the
lake to point of commencement, beins
the northeast corner post of lot ap
plied for, containing 320 acres more or
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 1911.	
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William 3
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
on the east shore of Lake Haslam,
tlience east 80 chains, thence north 8J
chains, thence west 80 chains, tlience
south 80 cliains to the point of com
mencement, and containing 040 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 1M> miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west ot Haslam lake, tbence west 80 chains,
thenco north 80 chains, thence east 89
chains, thence south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
thence east 80 chains, thence south!
80  chains,  thence   west   80   chains, I
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement,  and   containing   640
acres more or less.
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
HOP FOR OLD
BACKSJHAT ACHE
GIN PILLS Cat** Thorn
Age is no barrier to the wonderful,
noothing, healing properties of GIN
PILLS, the great Canadian Kidney
Cure. We have on record many letters
from men and women of 6o, 65, 70, 75,
80 and over, testifying to the great relief
they received from taking GIN PILLS.
Mr. Samuel Martin of Stratbroy, Ont.
suffered for twenty years with nisery
in his back. Some months ago, he
tried GIN PILLS a��d after taking ouly
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains.   %%��>*?��� ���g%��_ ^ JJ
tbence north 80 chains, to the point of   enjoys the robust health of ��� rirorou*
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
Thorsen, of Vancouver, occupaUon
marine engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: ��
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-half miles south of T. L.
lot 1368, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake, thenoe east 80 chains, thence
commencement,   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
NUW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.-V-Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a poet planted aboue
IVs miles nortli of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chalnB, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, tbence south 80 chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.'
February 17th, 1911.
man of sixty, thanks to GIN PIlXsT^
All elderly people are troubled, asore
nr less, with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, and pain and weakness in the
back. GIN PILLS are a guaranteed
cure for all these misfortunes. Money
promptly reloaded if they fail to give
complete satisfactkbi.
50c. a box���6 iuMi.y).   Sample box
free if you write **>, mentioning this
paper.    National Dr\ig and	
Co., Dept B.C., Toronto.
WATER NOTICE.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Charles
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation broker, Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in tbe Burnaby division of
New  Westminster district.
(a) Tlie name, address and occupation of the applicant, Alfred W. McLeod, insurance agent, New Westminster, B. C. (b) The name of the
lake, stream or source (if unnamed,
the description is) unnamed stream
flowing through district lot 85, in a
northerly direction into Deer lake:
(c) The point of diversion, about one
chain from the boundary of district lot
92; (d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second), ons
miner's inch; (e) The character of
none;     (f)  Tbe
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles soutli of T. L. 1031, and on1 the proposed works
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence j premises on which the water is to, be
east 80 chains, thence north 80iuse (described same), portion of dis
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco [trict lot 85; (g) The purposes for
soutli 80 chains, to the point of com-' which the water is to be used, domes-
mencement, and containing 640 acres, I tic and irrigation purposes;  (h) If for
NO .MORE GRAY HAIR
It Is easier to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore lt, although
lt la possible to do both. Our
grandmothers understood the secret.
They made and used a "sage ten,"
and their dark, glossy hair long
after middle life was due to this
fact. Our mothers bave gray hairs
before they are fifty, but they are beginning to appreciate the wisdom of
our grandmothers in using "sage tea"
for their hair, and are fast following
suit.
Tbe present generation bas the advantage of the past in that it can get
a ready to use preparation called
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy. As a acalp tonic and color
restorer, this preparation Is vastly
superior to the ordinary "sage tea"
made hy our grandmothers.
This remedy ia sold under guarantee that the money will be refunded
if It falls to do exactly as represented.
This preparation Is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle and la
recommended and sold by
ALL DRUGGISTS
MADE IN CANADA
more or less.
CHARLES SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, J.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London,England, Clerk ln Holy Orders.intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following  described   lands:
Commencing at  a  post planted  on
the  N.  K. end of Alpha lake, On  the
west  side  of  the    Pemberton    Trail,
thence  east  40 cliains,  thence  south
40 chains, thence    west    40    chalnu,
thence north -10 chains to    joint    of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
Dated the Tt Ii day of March, 1911
J.   FITZGERALD   SARGKNT,
R.  FitzGerald  Sargent, Agent
Dls-
NKW WKSTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster. B. C.���Take notice that 1, Peter
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles northwest of Haslam
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
irrigation describe the land Intended
to be Irrigated, giving acreage, two
and one half acres, more or less
sandy hillside', (I) If the water Is to
be used for power or mining purposes
describe the place where the water is
to be returned to some natural channel, and the difference in altitude be'
tween point of diversion and point of
return, no power; (J) Area of crown
land intended to be occupied by the
proposed works, none.
(k) This notice was posted on the
25th day of March, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner
on the 28th day of April, 1911, at 11
a.m.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lands aro
likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet, none.
A. W. McLEOD,
New Westminster, B. C.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
��d on the west side of Green River
nnd four chains north of Green Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 cliains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
tier post of lot applied for, containing
���40 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about, two miles north
of T. L, lot 910 on the west shore of
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
so chains, thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated Februarv 17. 1911.	
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
G. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of tha Cheakamous river, about two chains north ot the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and mai ked North
West Post; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John   Greer,  Agent.
Dated  March 28, mil.
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
Re Town of Port  Moody,  the north
portion (33x132 feet) of Lot No. 25,
Block 7, Clark's Survey.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of Title Number 1445A, issued
in the name of John NIcolson Muir,
has been filed in this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., April 6th,
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2^. miles south of T. L.
lot 1368 and one mite east of Haslam
lake,   thence  east   80  chains
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinton    P.]
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following   desoribedl
lands:   Commencing at a post plante ij
about two miles soutli of T. L. lot 1031, |
on the east   shore of   Haslam   lake,|
thence east 80 chains, thence Bouth 80 \
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westminster,  B.  C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation, broker
thence! intends to apply for permission to pur-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald Fitzgerald Sargent, of Vancouver, occupation broker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner ot
lot 2105, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 50 chains, thence west 60
chains, thence north 10 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains
to point of commencement, being the
northwest corner post of lot applied
for, containing 140 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent  for  Reginald  Fitzgerald   Sargent.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about half mile south
of T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, thehce east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
ISABELLA McFARLAND,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
north 80 chains, thence..west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chnlns to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant, and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 60
acres of the southeast quarter of Section 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) iu
the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl
cate title No. 4781A, issued in the
name of George A. Wltherspoon, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue *.i
duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Title.).
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence
north 80 chains, tlience west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence ea3t
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less
VERNON  V. ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
Stop the Lea Ks
iT^isrCoalBii.
Use r. Currcy-Oxford
mri-jo r.nd rave 20 per cent,
cf y,.ur coal bill.
T.-.c "Chancellor" shown
here i: t'.:c finest steel range
made ty thc well lmown
Gurney - Oxford Corr.pany.
There's co better to be Had
in the country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range cn the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is thc best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard cn ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door cn warming closet. Divided even flue, tr*
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
oven doer h" desired. Made
fir cud or wood. Besides
these special features���
VThe OXFORD^
/ECONOMIZER*
will ktrp >Dur Tift io'-ni it lowesl possible
cost tor (irl. Vill sire si I rul 30 per cent.
ol Ihe roil yim iow use >��W will lake tl!
colnnrf odors up lhe chimney.
You'ii savo money every day you
ess a Gunny-Oxford. And always |ret
moro ��i tis .'act or/ results from your
cooking.
l>t us tbmonBtr.ito to ycu the
" EnoiomiB t." nnd the other Ourney-
Oxford points of superiority. See how
P"rf jet a gjod rang3 can hc. We will
attD show you other Gurney-Oxford
stoves and ranges for everv purpose und
fir anv kind of fuel. Oa display on
our floors all the time.
Get acquainted with tho best
known, host liked stoves und ranges in
all Canada. And io i| sow���for tbe good
of your pocketbook.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681 Columbia Street.
New  Westminster
Mail Service
Time TJmf)
01 of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United Statea via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B O. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. c. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria  via  B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���United Statea via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
15:15���United Statea via G. N. R.
(dally except 8unday)..16:00
12:30���All polnte eaat and Europe (dally)    7:30,
23:00���All pointe eaat and Europe (dally) i5:4t}
12:30���Sapperton and Fraaer
Mills (daily except
Sunday)       7:39
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)   15:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (daily   except
Sunday)   ���j-.z*)
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (dally    except
Sunday)       n:oo
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)      .13:80
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle.  Sunbury (daily
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
11:30���Vancouver,    Piper's   Siding     via     G.     N.     R.
(dally except Sunday)..14-.20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday.   Friday   and   Sat-
day       15-.00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday  and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake  (dally except Sunday  16:00
JO: 00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun-
tington, etc. (dally except Sunday)    7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)    9.-45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  g-45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Uoper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.CE.R. (dally except Sunday)   8:30
Railway Time Tables
������ C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cara leave New Weatmlnster for Vancouver at 5:00, 5:50, 6:20, 6:60, 7:20
and 8;00 a.m., and every half horn-
thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Care leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:00, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50,
7:20 and 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster  at   7
a.m., and every balf hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cara leave Vancouver for New Weatmlnster at 6:00, 7:00, $8:00 and
9:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Care leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 11 p.m.
On Sundays cara leave Weetmlneter
at 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 11 p.m. *
D. J. Stewart, Local Manager, New
Weatmlnster.
Great Northern Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
bridge passenger station, New Weatmlnster,   10:20   a.m.   daily   execept
Sunday.
Leavea New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrlvea
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:28
p.m.; arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:45 a. m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
iepnns )deax�� *II*P 'inn 00��8 eeinng
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station   3:50  p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
Leaves Sumaa 6:TO a.m; arrlvea
Guichon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.  N.   R.���Surras  Branch.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrlvea
New Westminster 2:50 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrlvea
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leavea Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrlvea
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrlvea
New Westminster 6:30 a. m. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
THURSDAY,   APRIL  20,  191T,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Daily
10 a. m. Dally via Victoria.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m
City News
George \V. Johnston- and Sons are- The Fernridge Lumber company's
putting up a lumber mill'near Beaver shingle mill, on the new Yale road
Siding on the Cliilliwack line of the cutoff, which was burned down some
H. ('. B. It., with a daily cipac.t.- of, weeks ago, is now almost completely
iniiii feet. This mill will' lie active' rebuilt and will lie in ojeration a-^ain
about the middle of the present early this summer.
.Thursday and Saturday | month.
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May (!, lfi, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 n.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Hates Apply
to KD. goulet,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
.j^^^^^B |    A Concert will be held In Johnston
For spring plants and. cut flowers  *Ia" bv tbe Ladies' Aid of Sapperton
phone b.tvies ai.d S. n.'Uo iste. Phone   -Methodist Church  on  April   20.      A
89?.      ' ���*    I first-class      program. Admission,
l^H^^^H children,  15..
CT<ft��!2
Extraordinary    Offering   of
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
S0i
INSURANGE
SsS
The final subscriptions fqp the Chinese famine fun J collected by the individual members of the citizens committee were to the c\fent of $tfifi.fi->.
This, with the previous amount received, totaled $1��0, auMiie Rev. J.
S. Henderson, of St. Andrews church,
cabled this to Shanghai.
0, II. Ceperley, of Vancouver, this
week moved into his new $10,000 rcsl
deuce at Deer Lake. This palatial
residence, whicli stands in seventeen
acies of ground, between Hastlnsu
road and the lake, i-j one o' the finest in the west, and lias all necessary
up-to-date outbuildings, including a.'
auto garage, nnd water pumping
tower.
Ice cream on band. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
This morning the dredger King Edward, recently ln collision with tho
Firefly, will be back on duty on the
river a new boom having been fixe 1
on the government boat. The Fruli-
ling which also takes up her duties
this morning will bo ready for a hard
season's work. The pump; o." th."
latter liave heen renovate.l throughout, new linings having been fixeri,
thus adding to her s'lei^th of engine house. , 1
Yeslerday morning police Judge suspended the hearing of a serious nature preferred against William KirK,
who has been in possession of a loaded revolver in contravention of thD
law. The original charge will, on the
advice of the court, be changed to one
of threatening to shoot a man named
Peter Lovelady. Preliminary evidence showed that the accused had
made threats of an incriminating nature in the presence of witnesses.
This was sufficient to warrant th?
magistrate to hold the case over for
a day.
The Public
Supply Stores
Toronto Parks
Lawn Grass
Same as we use
ourselves.
If you want a good
lawn use it.
Full line of
Seeds
Bii) Honey Paid
to Ball Players
(Continued from Page Five.)
We wish to call
your attention to
our special line of
Meats, Lard and
Butter.
We carry a full
,line of Hams and
'Bacon at the lowest
1
prices.
1
' Our several different
brands of Lard are of the
best quality.
1     Our Maple Leaf Butter at
35c. per lb., 3 lbs. for $1.00,
has already acquired a repu-
I tation.
Wo
men's
New
Spring Suits
fl     ' Regular values to $35.00
Special Sale $20.00
A Rig Special Offering of N'ew Tailored Suits for Women. They are
In the latest styles, smartly cut short coats and skirts, designed 0:1
the most acceptable styles. Th/y are In suitable fabrics most wanted
this season, being all wool weaves. In cheviots, serges, tweeda,
worsteds and broadcloths, in shades of grey, plum, rose, green,
brown, black and white, navy and black, all are exceptional values
at             $20.00
Don't fail to tee these rare values, they should interest you.
SEE OUR WINDOW SHOWING
OP   THESE    BARGAIN   SUITS
We also carry a full line
of all the DELICACIES OF
THE SEASON.
Curtis Drug Store
troits each will have to pay more than
$60,000 in salaries, wliile tbe othe;'j
cluhs, barring the Boston Nationals,',
will doubtless excel t e $60,-000
mark. Fred Tenney's players will
draw less than $40|fP0, it   is  figured.'
A si die from the players' salaries, Vie
expenses of each  club will    Include
about  $8000 for railroad fares, $6000
for   hotel   accommodation,   $6000   for
clerical work, $Ki,0(i(i for rent and $5.- j
000 for uniforms, ejuiiment and incidentals, or about $35,ooo yross.'Thi'
does not apply to the owners of the|
Giants, however, for the rent of the!
polo grounds is $40,000 a year, whicli!
makes the total expenses of the New
Vork club not much less than $150,000
for the season, not Including the cost I
of new players and the southern train (
ing trip,  wllich  will amount to $30,-
000 more.    At the rate ff 60 cents
each paid for admission to the Brusli \
stadium it is figured that 300.000 fans
must pass the turnstiles here before'
the club is on velvet. | .
With   popular   interest   in   baseball
booming everywhere, it may be said,
that practically all of the m- jo.- league1
club owners are confident of making
money. The fact that tlie tail end Boston Nationals didn't lose a   'olla*- In
1H0S, 1909 and 1010 it cDiisidered ex-,
cellent  proof  that there's  n< t  much
chance to lose on a baseba.ll invest-,
ment.
Remember the Place
Dealers   in   Drugs,   Kodaks   and   Sup-
plies,  Seeds   and   Spectacles.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
Phone 43;   L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
Geo,
Adams
Phone 92
s
Goods
and Silks
One grand display of richness and
elegance are the beautiful fabrics for
spring. To see them afe their handsome trimmings would be a lesson in
art.   We will expect you to see them.
New Wash
Fabrics
In the daintiest and prettiest of new
fabrics. A visit to our store will prove
to you that we are making the largest
showing of wash goods ever shown in
the city. New Prints, Ginghams,
Zephyrs, Ducks, Dimities, Foulards,
Voiles, etc., all pretty designs and colorings, at the lowest prices.
Remember the Big Suit Sale at the Smith Store Today
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rod
Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York. Ch-cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln    all    parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Dsrartment���Deposits
received  in sums of  $1 and upward,
uud interest allowel at 3 par cent, per
tnnum  (present riite).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. I). BRYMNER. Manager.
. <V *>*��<���: (iMtSKM,
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
New Term Starts Monday, April 18
Special Rates to those enrolling
on that date.
"By our work we are known"
Tne Modern Business School
610 Columbia St. A. L. BOUCK, Principal
J-4XCU1 sion
PaaS'
Egg Dyes for
East
er
��� AT
Mli'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Nat'onal  Lacrosse Union Dates.
The National Lacrosse I'nion has
adopted the following schedule for
1911:
May   24���Capitals   at   Montreal.
.May   27���Tecumsehs  at  Nationals.
June .'!���Tecumsehs at Shamrocks,
Capitals at Toronto.
June 10���Nationals at Capital; Torontos at Cornwall; Shamrocks at
Montreal.,
June 17���Cornwall at Shamrocks;
Capitals at Tecumsehs.
June   24���Cornwall   at   Tecumsehs
Torontos  at   Nationals.
July 1 ��� Montreal at Toronto; Nationals at Cornwall; Tecumsehs at
Capitals.
July S���Toronto at Montreal;
Shamrocks at Tecumsehs.
July 16���Mont ea) at Te-ums^lis;
Shamrocks at Nationals; Cornwall tit
Capitals.
July 22���Capitals at Shamrocks,
Nationals at Toronto; Tecumsehs at
Cornwall.
July 29���Toronto at Capitals!
Cornwall at Montreal.
August 5���Shamrocks at Cornwall:
Capitals at National; Tecumsehs a'
Toronto. '
August 12���Toronto lit Shamrocks:
Nationals at Tecumseh; Montreal a*
Cornwall.
August 19���Cornwall   at    Toronto:
Shamrocks at Capitals; Tecumsehs a'
Montreal.
|     August  26���Shamrocks at Toronto:
Montreal  at  Capitals;    Cornwall    al
i Nationals.
September 2���Montreal at Sham
'rocks; Capitals at Cornwall; Toronu
| at Tecumsehs.
September 4���Toronto nt Tecum
sehs.
September 9���Natcna's :.t Shamrocks.
September IG���Montreal at Nationals.
TO
Chilli
iwac
il
���
Next Saturday, April 22
Return Fare $2.00
SPECIAL ELECTRIC TRAIN
LEAVES 10 a.m.
Free lunch will be served
on arrival of train.
GET HANDSOME DISCRIPTIVE FOLDER
Limited number of tickets for sale
at the offices of
FJ. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster.
IT PAYS To ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
���HF.  D��M,V  Nf-WR
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C,
Phone 699.
P. 0. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
mm
NOTE CHANGE OF TIME
Double Service Begins A    ii 19
TWIN SCREW STEAMSHIP
"PRINCE RUPERT"
Sailing from Johnston's Wharf
Effective April 3, will leave Vancouver at 12:00 midnight Mondays, Instead of 11:30 p.m., and run through to Stewart, stoppine orilv
at Prince Rupert. *���*���**>      i,
Effective Aprll 8, will leave Vancouver at 12:00 midnight Saturdays, instead of 2:00 p.m., for Victoria and Seattle.
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, Kincolith
Arrandale, Port Nelson, Massett and Naden Harbor.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert Saturdays at 1:00 pm
for Refuge Bay, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Paeon, Lockeport
Jedway, Ikeda and Rose Harbor.
Tickets and Information for all points east, including Detroit London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, Niagara Falls
New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Washington, also to Great Britain
and the Continent. All Lines. Lowest Rates. "No Trouble to Answer
Questions."
HARRY G. SMiTH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
Space for stores, warehouses anu oitices in the proposed new
Grand Trunk Pacific building, foot of Main Street, will be arrangei
in advance and planned to suit requirements by applying to C. H.
Nicholson, Manager of Steamships, Johnson's Wharf.

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