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VOLUME 6 NUMBER 43.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25. 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
DIME PICTURE SHOWS
DISCUSSED IN COUNCIL
MAYOR THINKS BOARD OF TRADE
IS "BUTTING-IN" A LITTLE TOO
STRONG���FIRE EXITS LACKING,
8AY8 BRYSON.
As the weekly meeting of the city
council yesterday evening, Alderman
Dodd, as chairman of the health committee, said that In that capacity he
was ln receipt of a communicaUoa
from the board of trade, signed by tbe
chairman of that body, asking that
steps be taken to bave a number of
suggestions, advanced by that organization, taken up by the council, and
among these was the condition of moving picture shows and under that
beading, Alderman Dodd said:
"This letter says tbat the ten cent
shows are not as healthy and clean
as they otherwise might be. I have
seen our santiary Inspector, wbo tells
me tbat he visits these moving picture
shows at least twice each week and
he has seen to it that matters which
affect the general health of the city
are carried out, to the best of his belief. Tbe windows and doors are
thrown open each morning and evening, and he understands a disinfectant
ls sprinkled every day. j
Board Goes too Far.
Mayor Lee���There ts a possibility of
even the board of trade Just going a
little too far into the business of tbe
city council and to me it appears this
has been done in this case .There are
some things which are the business ot
the council and this is one. It would
be just as well for the board of trade
to confine Itself to commercial matters which have been and are well
looked after by the board of trade.
We of the council do not require to
be told what our duties are.
Alderman Johnston, said he prefer
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��� Trip for Indians.
��� Vancouver, April 25.���Seven
��� Indian chiefs will travel from
��� this province  to England  for
��� the    coronation     ceremonies,
��� leaving here on May   15. and
4> visiting Ottawa   on   the way.
��� Chief Matthias, son of tbe dead
��� chief Joe Capllano, will be of
��� the party.
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rWEARI STEERS
BURNABY RIGHT
RUPM STREET WORKERS
REEVE PROTE8T8 AGAIN8T RE-
GRADING OF ROAD8 BEING IN-
CLUDED IN GENERAL REVENUE
ESTIMATE8.
That Reeve Weart Is the man who
OIVE UP LABOR STRUGGLE! d,rrt8 *2fcnergles of Burnaby Coun
, cil into the proper channel was again
  j demonstrated   last  night,   when   the
���,..     .. l, ,i  ., _.        ��.,....' board of works held a protracted meet-
Bitter Fight in Northern City Ended ing. The main   subject   of discussion
-Men All Glad to Return to
Work on Old Terma.
WOMEN ANXIOUS EOR
MORE SANITARY MILK
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THE PRESENT DELIVERY SYSTEM
DOES    NOT      PLEASE     HOUSE- \
WIVES���SEALED    BOTTLES   AD
VOCATED. BAKERS 8LATED.
Bishop Is Honored.
Toronto, April 24.���The degree of doctor of divinity was
this afternoon conferred on
Rev. A. U. De Pencier, M. A.,
Bishop of New Westminster,
the youngest holder of that
office in Canada. Tbe ceremcny
took place at Trinity University.
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KEEP WHITES AWAY
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was the estimates of road work to be
done from general revenue, and time
after time the reeve protested against
re-gradlng work being included in
these
Prince Rupert, Apr., 24.-Tbe strike J�� & ^_^_���**$&
ot laborers on the city    street    con- not repairs or    maintenance,    and it
tracts  was officially declared  off at was ,onS *po decided that only bylaw
a meeting of the men last night. It m��ney shou,d be used 'or this."
was contended that It was foolish to  _��*#�� %��*�� SWSFSS
continue the struggle and Mayor Man-  broad axe,   to the   tune   of several
son was notified today. The contract- thousand dollars .There was a good
ors will start   the men at   work as dea' ��' rancorous discussion on thei
needed. I varloi|e amounts to be spent on the
The motion to end the strike was different wards, each councillor being
carried unanimously. The men return confident that his district was re-
to work for 17 1-2 cents an hour. ceiving the cold end of the deal, but
  j finally the estimates were licked into
a shape in which they may be present,
INDIAN LOSING   HI8   EAGLE EYE. ed to the next council meeting.
  I    Before the public meeting, a com-,
The Government Sending Opticians to mittee went over the amended plans of
Save the Tribesmen's   Sight. the new Municipal hall, presented by
Darlington, Ok., April 24.���The Unl-  the architects, Somervell &  Putnam, I
ted   States   government   is   building and on the suggestion of the reeve/
small   hospitals   and   employing  ocu- the same committee was authorized
lists and opticians to save the once to call for tenders to be in the clerk's
eagle-eyed    American    Indian    from hands   next   Monday   evening.   The
blindness. .reeve explained that moat of the ten-'
It is possible tbat in time Indian ders had been over the plans andj
will be a spectacled race. The smoke specifications, and would be in a posi-'
of their tepees and their habits of Ilv-. tlon to tender at once ."It is only a'
re^to' Mcept"TeWatote^enr of "the''1!* tend constantly towards eye trou-' ?-'5,000 Job," he said with a smile. |
sanitary inspector to the remarks bIes* untu 'ew IndIans now **"�� , ���e reeve anno��nred that he had a
made at the board of trade meeting., "J���1 ��'"���,  ,���     ' , ,    *  e'  f���m  V'e  Diriment  at  Vic-
Lack of Fire Escapes. I    Dr- Daniel w- White, eye special- toi ia announcing that the government
Alderman Brvaon���With the excep-, ist,for the Indian service, has been in, v.Q'tH only alio*    f^'0,000    for road
tlon of one detail I am In accordance: 0k,ahoma 'or months -it work among making in Burnaby, whicli sum would
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with the previous speakers. 1 refer to
That the women of Westminster are
keenly alive to the larger issues ot
the day was plainly evidenced yesterday afternoon, when over forty
ladles assembled at Queens avenue
church parlors for the purpose of listening to debates and discussions on
things political, such subjects as "Women's Franchise," "School Work" ani
"Civic Health" being among those dij-
cuBsed.
Sanitary Milk.
The advisability of compelling milkmen who supply milk in this city to
distribute the lacteal fluid in sealed
bottles, instead of in open cans, as is
at present the case, came in for con-
siderable attention. It was finally de-i
elded   that   the     Women's   Council j
should  look  further into the matter;
and later bring a resolution embody-{
ing  this  view,  the  resolution  to be'
presented to the city council with aj
request that the sanitary inspector be'
instructed  to  see  the  innovation  in
favor of pure milk carried out.
Distribution  of Bread.
The method employed by bakers ln
delivering bread to their customers
was also stated by the ladies. The
speakers contended that the staff of
life should be handled with care and
not tossed about by the delivery men.
One lady convulsed the audience by
explaining how she had seen one of
the city baiters carrying a number of
loaves on his shoulder, the bread resting against his hair.
Included among the speakers at the
meeting were Mrs. F. O. Canfield, who
touched on "Civic Responsibility of
Women," Mrs. G. B. Cross, Mrs. J. R.
Gilley, Mrs. W. T. Reid and -Mrs.
Manchester.
NO ELECTION UNTIL
CENSUS IS KMPILTED
AFFIDAVITS PRODUCED AT EDMONTON TELL OF WIDE BERTH
GIVEN DISTRICT BECAU8E OF
INFLUX OF NEGROES.
Minister of    Agriculture    Replies to
Question "Why Not Appeal
to Country Now?"
Montreal, April 24.���The Hon Sidney Fisher, speaking at a reciprocity
meeting Saturday night, was asked
why the government did not present
the question to the electors. Mr. Fisher replied:
"Just as soon as you want it you
shall have the chance, but we do not
propose to disfranchise a great number of people who after the census
will have votes. We don't think that
the piesent distribution represents
fairly the whole country. It would be
a national crime for the government
to dissolve parliament and go to the
country just in the face of a census
and redistribution." I
The information contained in the
above despatch was foreshadowed In
the Daily News of April 21. private
ad\ ice having been received here that
such would he the case.
REGULATE HOTEL  RATES.
there being no fire escapes iu these
ten cent shows. I am told that on
busy nights the aisles of the theatres
ure crowded and choked up aud no
provision is made in the event of fire
breaking out. There should be some
method adopted whereby those leaving the performance could do so from
a rear exit, rather than by the main
entrance, as at present.
Alderman Campbell moved and Alderman Johnston seconded a motion
that the letter be received and filed.
This was carried.
The managers of the two local moving picture theatres have taken exception   to   the   statements  m
board of trade meeting last week, and
have stated that their establishments
the different Indian tribes.    An  eye be distributed at the discretion of the
hospital has been established at this road superintendent.
agency, with a trained nurse. I    After some deliberation, the hoard
Though treatment and glasses are  decided to grant    increases    to    the
furnished without cost to the Indian, workmen in the employ of the munici-
the latter often ls unwitting to accept palfty, averaging   approximately    ten I
the service.    A newspaper contained  per cent.  The engineer's salary  was
this account of what happened recent-  increased by $200.
ly at Colony: I  '    ������
Alfred Heap-of-Birds went to Colony i OBJECTS TO "ROA8T "
and paid his respects to Indian Agent I ���.�����,.
1 \V. F. Dickens in a manner that wUl* McGm student Applies for Injunction
be long remembered by Mr   Dickens., t0 stop University Annual.
It seems that the agent insisted upon.     ,, *
I having the eyes of same of Heap-of- M ""J*^ ��pnl  2i ~The   editor of
I Birds' children treated at the Colony  ">e "cGi11 ,],012 Annual are facing a
hospital.   Heap-of-Birds objected, con- 'Situation  Which   threatens  to jeopar-
"ide"aTVtheitendlng ,hat there was nothinS   the ��?J5? ��-C'.es\.0-f Sl* Publicati��n
matter with his children's eyes, and
Municipal Authorities at Munich Fear
Tourists Will be Scared Away.
Munich,  April  24.���The    exorbitant
prices charged for hotel accommodation here works -against the Oberammergau  Passion  Play, and  the fears
officially   voiced  by  the   minister of
communications   that   this   fact   may
bring   Munich  Into  bad  repute as  a
tourist   center,  have   moved   the  municipal rates. A    new    ordinance re-
i quires that a fixed price he placed on
I every room for rent, and that a print-
i ed tariff be posted in every room.
FLYING DUST IS
MENACE TO HEALTH
BUSINESS FIRM ASKS CITY COUNCIL TO ARRANGE FOR MORE
SANITARY STREET SPRINKLING
���BOARD  OF  WORK   REPORT.      j
ter and formaldehyde sprinkled on the
floor and walls at regular intervals.
eyes,
that it was only a scheme to furnish
are kept In as sanitary a condition as: Prant'ce   'or   the    optician.      Words
possible,  ventilation  being looked af-  fas.sed' and nnall-v .thf af"t   "nder-
1 took  forcibly  to   eject   Mr.  Heap-of-
Blrds. In the mlxup that followed,
Heap-of-Blrds gave a splendid exhibition of a full-grown cyclone pulling
off stunts on tbe Western plains, and
in a final burst of fury, picked the
agent up bodily, carried him on the
veranda, wllich was ahout five feet
high, and hurled bim to the ground,
"where he lay," in the Ii nguage of ou.-
informant, "killed for fifteen or tweu
for  this  year.    Mr.   Stewart,  a   student in the third medicine at McGill,
bas taken exception   to a "roast" in
the Annual concerning him, wllich he
alleges is derogatory to his character
and is  applying for an   injuction  to
stop the publication of the book.   If
this is gran tei it causes a very seri-,
ous situation, as the year at  McGill
will be over in another fortnight, and '
the students will disperse to all parts
of the continent.    If the book is not
on sale before they leave, at least "5
per cent of the Annual will never find '
a market.
CHURCHES   V/ANT   PEACE.
Calgary Sells Its Bonds.
Calgary, April 24.���Calgary has Just
sold over a million dollars 4 1-2 per
cent, bonds to the Bank of Montreal
for 103. This is the best price in tlie
history of Calgary, and about the best
in tlie west. Six years ago the same
bonds sold for 8S.
MAY SUBDIVIDE LAND
INTO SMALL PARCELS
Death of William John Poulter.
St.    Paul's      Reforme.l    Episcopal
church sustained    a    loss    yesterday
morning by the untimely death of one
oi" the most loved    members    of the
congregation,   William   John   Poulter,
who passed away at 2:30 a.m. after a
short Illness, typhoid and accompany- ty minutes."
ing complications being the cause of j
the young man's demise.
Deceased came to this city about
two years aso from his native place,
Hampshire, England, and at once attached himself to St. Paul's church,
where bis nobility of character soon
made him a general favorite. He was
secretary-treasurer of the Sunday
school and also connected with the
choir, and rarely absent from divine
service. He was also chaplain of the
Westminster lodge of the R. T. of T. | 	
Deceased is survived by his father.  Pasteur  Institute Trying  ts  Discover
of this city, and a slater  of Victoria, j a virus Fatal to the Pests. Mr   Jllgtlce Morr,son, ln chnmber.
The funeral will take place at three Saskatoon, April 24.���On the sug- Wo vooto���,0, ,,������, ' t"'""0*,b
o'clock this afternoon. Rev. A. de B.|ge8tlon of Commissioner Solanders of i ��� e >,esterda>* handed down a de-
Owen conducting the services at the tne Saskatoon Board of Trade, since j olslon Or considerate interest to real
church and at the I.O.O.F. cemetery March, 1909, experiments have been ' estate agents and others who occa-
The body Is laid out in the church ronducted by the Pasteur institute at sionally deal ln mother earth, the
and may be viewed by friends until Palls looking to the extermination of ....,,.... .������__ h_ln��� . th_ .. ' ...
the hour set for the funeral. the pr0pher. the pest of the prairie    "dRe ' ���n^ belnK J�� the effett t,,at
wheat growers.   The suggestion made ;the owner of a tract of land of five
was that an eTort be made to discover  acres or  less may  subdivide it  Into
GOPHER   KILLER.
.Justice   Morrison   Hands  Down   Decision Interesting to Realty
Dealers.
DECLARE AGAINST
CO-OPERATIVE   BILLS
League of Christians   Is Planned   by
New Yorkers.
New York, April 24.���The organization of all the churches of the United
States into an immense peace society
to be known as the church league for
peace is planned by prominent New
York pastors, representatives of the
six leading denominations. The plan
is to organize the movement among
the churches so that their support can'
instantly be given to any measure in
congress favoring peace or disarma-j
ment.
PUDLICITT EXPERT
PRAISES NEWSPAPERS
Dailies  Exert    Great    and  Quick  Influence on Public Mind��� Advertising  is  News.
a virus the Inoculation of which would
prove fatal to the rodents, has reported that agents in different parts of
the world had made tests which had
been attended with considerable success, and something more definite is
Montreal, April 24��� Resolutions
condemning the two co-operative bills
now before parliament were adopted
at the annual meeting of the   Retail , ,
Merchants'   association    here    today.  looked for ghort'r*	
These bills,  which have been Intro-1
duced at Ottawa for three   or   four! F*re at Lloydminster.
years back were declared to be dan-,    Lloydminster, Sask,. April 24.���Fire
gerous legislation for the public. last nIgnt destroyed the stable and
The     general     objection      raised   horses   of   James   Martin   a,   farmer
smaller  parcels, always  provided  he1
holds an indefeasible title to the property.
H. A. Eastman, represented by W
J. Whiteside, of Whiteside, Edmonds
& Johnston, was the party who secured the ruling of the judge on this
debated question, Mr. Eastman taking
this course after registrar of Titles C i
8. Keith had refused to take official I
against the bills was iiiat they would rpar hPre, an(j ne himself was rescued  cognizance of a plan submitted by Mr.
Eastman whereby three lots in thla
city were redlvided into four.
dlffi-
MAY   DAY  8TRIKES.
The section of the Land Registry
act and amending acts, under which
Mr. Keith claimed authority reads:
Hamilton Faces Prospect of an Indue-1    "After the passing of this act no
trial Tie Up In Several Lines.        I land  ahall for the purpose of
Hamilton,   April   24.���Hamilton    ia sale or other alienation be subdivided
permit  irresponsible  persona to  col- from  nls  burning house  with
leet funds from the working classes cu]ty
under promise tbat they would benefit by being members of a co-operative
association,  which  would  ln   return |
aell   tbem   merchandise   at   reduced
rates, but it was alleged that the history of these organizations In England
where tbey were looked upon aa having  socialistic  tendencies,   was   that threatened with a series of May Day into parcels of five acres or less, and
failure often came to their doors, and  strikes.    Tbe plumbers   want an in- no map or plan of a subdivision of land
crease from 35 to 40 cents an bour, in parcels of five acrea or less shall be
and are ready to strike.   The electric- registered, etc . j
ans will settle the question of a strike Mr. Whiteside's contention, which
tonight. Tbey receive 30 cents and was upheld by tbe judge, was that the j
P'e asking for 35. The carpenters foregoing was qualified by the follow-
want an advance from 35 to 40 centa lng sub-section: "Provided, however, I
and are almost sure to strike. It that the foregoing shall not apply to
looks aa if the brewery workers will parcels of five acres or less already
refuse to compromise on an offer of shown on ihe register of absolute fees
settlement. as a separate parcel."
subscribers only found later that they
had been duped.
The discussion was brought to a
close by the expressed wish that the
members of the house would do their
utmost to throw out both bills, in the
interests of the commerce worked up
the association members and resolutions were adopted condemning the
two bills.
Chicago, April 24.���Daily newspapers as effective advertising mediums
were given unstinted praise by President David L. Taylor, of the Taylor-
Critchfleld Advertising company at a
banquet given in his honor by the advertising men of Chicago at the Black-
stone hotel last night. These statements by one of the recognized advertising authorities of the country, after a discussion of magazines, weeklies, billboards and otber advertising
mediums, were received with great
applause by the advertising men present.
"I am for the dally newspapers
strong, because I appreciate the wonderful vitality of their immense circulation," said President Taylor, who
as head of a great advertising agency
places millions of dollars worth of advertising for over six hundred of the
leading advertisers of the United
States and Canada. "The daily newspaper is a great and quick influence
on the public mind. Being tbe carrier of the every day news ln which
we are all interested, the advertising
It contains naturally becomes a part
of that news.
"The metropolitan dally newspapers
can no longer be considered an exclusive city proposition. It ls a great
big portion of the country within the
radius of the city In which lt is published. It ts a quick action, rapid-firing gun tbat gets immediate results.
"I recommend the dally newspapers
not only to the general advertiser for
publicity hut to the mail order and
agricultural advertiser who wants to
reach not only the small towns, but
also tbe farming communities within
the radius of each city."
Cowan, McDonald and Parkea, solicitors, of Vancouver In a letter to the
city council, read last night, wrote
that they had been instructed that tha
corporation was about to apply for a
water record on two lakes, about five
or six miles north east of the city.
One of these lakes is district 360 and
is part of, and completely surrour.ie.l
by, a track of sixteen acres, which is
at the present time owned by Robert
Parkes. They were further instructed
1 that notices had been posted on the
property, probably as part of the application for the water record. There
would probably be erected in the near
future several houses in the neighborhood and the wants of the occupiers
of these houses would have to be provided for .The correspondence was referred to the finance and water committees to report on.
Dr. T. B. Green, of the board of
school trustees, wrote on behalf of the
sub-committee appointed by that body
with regard to a recount by the returning officer. It was not felt so much by
tlie trustees that a recount in the main
was necessary, but that spoilt papers
should be examined with a view to
seeing how the marks were affixed.
The council decided to refer the matter to the city solicitor. i
The Dust Nuisance. I
P. Burns, Ltd, wrote asking that the
service they were getting from the
sprinklers was unsatisfactory and reminded the authorities that they were
not as they should be in an up-to-
date city. The dust was not only a
nuisance but a menace to health, more
particularly ln a business where the
stock for sale had to be exposed. They
suggested that the corporation should
flush the streets at night, as is the
practice in other cities. The receipt
of the latter caused no comment and
the question was sent to the board of
works to report at next meeting.
The suggestion from the satnltary
Inspector that the broom surrounding
the Isolation hospital should be cut
down so tbat an outbreak of fire
might not cause damage to nearby
property, as well aa the hospital buildings, waa adopted .
J. P. Myere Gray, acting on instructions from hla client, L. E. Harvey,
made a claim for damages against the
corporation for injuries sustained by
falling into an excavation two weeka
ago. The city solicitor will adjudicate
on the matter and report to the council.
The application for the erection of
a candy and nut atore on Columbia
street waa refuaed as the building inspector was of the opinion that the
plans did not conform with regulations
Alderman Dodd spoke at some
length on the question of some firm
using a atreet end at Lulu island and
on a street leading off Ewen avenue,
this being a contravention of the bylaw. Whilst the alderman could not
say what firm was making use of this
street end it was decided to take the
matter up with the corporalon's solicitor.
Permission to use the board of trade
rooms on Thursday evening for a
meeting of the Overseas club was
granted.
The following report of the proceedings at a board of trade meeting last
week in Edmonton, culled from the
Edmonton Journal, will be of interest locally because of the recent attempt of a number of negroes to enter the province at White Rock:
The immigration of negroes to western Canada from the United States
was the subject of a resolution passed at a special meeting of the board
of trade yesterday afternoon. In
which the sentiment was almost unanimous in opposition to allowing them
to come into the country under any
consideration. The resolution received the votes of all but one or two
members of the board present, and it
will be sent to all the organization*
in the city and the board s of trade
throughout Alberta and Sackatcho-
wan for endorsement. A copy of the
resolution will also be sent to the Dominion government, in the hope that
It will move those in authority to take
immediate steps to stop the influx of
the colored people from across the
border.
The resolution points out the fact
that the immigration of colored people is keeping white settlers of a desirable class from entering the country, and lt calls for some action on the
part of the government that will effectively stop the movement of negroes Into western Canada.
Many prominent business men took
part in the discussion on the subject
of negro immigration, and all but a
very few were in favor of the resolution.
At the beginning of the meeting affidavits were produced by Secretary
Fisher of the board of trade from a
party of Montana land seekers who
swore that they had been deterred
from settling on land along the G. T.
P. west of Edmonton owing to the fact
that negroes had settled in the country. A letter was real also from Athabasca Landing board of trade protesting, against the" influx-of colored
reopie'to that district.
R. C. Watson suggested that an Inquiry be made as to whether there ia
any organization In Oklahoma assisting negroes to come to this country-
He    pointed    out    that    advertising
broadcast      throughout    the    United
States the fact that negroes are coming to Alberta In large numbers would
be a most effective way fof American
newspapers to keep American white
r.ettlers from crossing the border into.
Canada.   The influx of American settlers of a desirable class would stop,
he said, if negroes continued settling
in the country.
J. D. hyndman stated that he believed it would I e possible for tha-
Dominion government at least to takeaway the homestead rights from the-
colored people coming to Canada from
the States, and he thought this should
be done to prevent more of the people coming into the country.
H. Milton Martin expressed the*
opinion that * Canada had as much
right to exclude colored American
citizens as the United States had to
keep the Hindu, who is a Britfsh subject, from entering on American soil.
W. H, Clark pointed out that the
question is whether Alberta is to be
for white people of for black people.
"It will be almost impossible to settle up the country with a desirable
class of citizens if the blacks are allowed to come in," he said. "That the
white race cannot assimilate the negroes has been proved long ago. We
do not want to try the experiment in
this   country.
George B. Fraser, speaking of experience gained while travelling
through Canada and the United
States as a publicity agent for a big
land company, stated that he had
found the negro to be an in ligestlble
quantity in social circles everywhere^
An official of a road in the western
states bad told him that the state of
Oklahoma was repopulated once every
two years. The people there are continually moving, on account of the
numbers of negroes that inhabit the.
T. Hindle did not think lt was British fair play to attempt to place the
negro under a handicap ln coming to
thla country, or to exclude the race
from the country altogether. He was
of the opinion that tbey ought to be
given a chance. His views were not
endorsed.
In addition to the resolution that
was passed to be forwarded to the
Dominion government and the various '
boards of trade throughout Alberta
and Saskatchewan,' a petition was
drawn up addressed to Premier Laurier, and calling upon him to tike immediate steps to prevent more negroes making their homes in western
Canada. This petition will be dry
culated throughout the city, and when
a sufficient number of signatures have
been secured lt will be forwardei to.
Ottawa.
Reciprocity In Senate.
Washington, Aprll 24.���The Canadian reciprocity bill was conveyed
from the House to the Senate today
and without comment was referred to
the committee on finance. It can not
he taken no until the orga- I ri..������a. cX
the committee is completed. PAGE TWO
V   I'*-  .��!*��?  II
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY, APRIL 25, 1911
reid. curtis & dorgan TORONTO LABOR MEN
706 Columbia Street.
WANTED���BOARD   AND   ROOM IN
refined home, by young couple, who,
can give best references. Write Box
538, Daily News Office.
WANTED ��� POSITION AS HOTEL
clerk, steward or storekeeper ">y
���experienced man; used to handling
storekeepins stock books, or any
position of trust; references. Box
X Y, Daily News. j
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL FOR AF-
ternoons only. Apply Mrs. Avery,
813 St. Andrews street.
WANTED���A GOOD GIRL OR WOM-:
an for general housework; plain
cooking,   family   of   three.     Apply;
HOMES EASILY OWNED.
$1600���New four or five room cottage,
with porch, half block from Sixth
street car line, just over city line;
large lot; almost opposite Fifth
street, city. Price $1600; $500 cash,
balance arranged.
ENDORSE RECIPR0CI1Y
Free Trade in Natural Products Will
Be of Great Benefit to Them
���Party Re-Organized.
$3200���Good home of six rooms, close
in, on Tenth street; on 66x132 foot
corner lot, plenty of fruit trees.
$3200 Is the price; $500 cash, balance over long term.
Box 536, City.
WANTED ��� SINGLE ACRES IN |
Queensborough. We have the buy-|
ers if your prices are fair. i
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN TRADE. [
Apply Walsh Sash and   Door Fac
tory.
$1450���New four room cottage on
41x100 foot lot, painting just finished; newly fenced and reached by
sidewalk. There'll be a rush fo.*
this one; $250 cash handles it.
.  $3800���Beaut fui,    brand   new,   thor-
WANTED���AT ONCE, STRONG,
willing young man with some
knowledge of the grocery business.
Apply Manager Co-Operative Association.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING, SEWER,
connections, fencing sidewalks and
general   contracting.    Gust   Melin,
1016 Third avenue.
Toronto, April 24.���"We are on the
dawn of a great movement for the Independent Labor Party, and there is
no reason why this organization cannot grow to include all workingmen.
Our party, which has begun to take
on new life, will keep its skirts clean
and clear of the old political parties
of the country, and we have a platform which is at once sensible and
moderate."
���   --���--������-. This statement was made by Mag-
oughly modern seven room home on nu8  s)ncla,        Urt        reB,de��t  Jd
the prettiest part of Fourth street permanent organizer of the Independ
cement   basemen ,   furnace,   most ent Labor Paert    wn, ^pena
modern,  electrica   appliances,  etc., ated  and   for tfl *>      n
just now being finished; let us show year8>   launched   fonh   on   a   fresh
you* 'course, at an enthusiastic meeting at'
$3700-Thl.    home    la   on    Brunette It^&.iJiVj?���*"* ,and sympa"
.     .     i       .    ... .I-,..  ~    ac  thlzers ln the Labor Temple,
street  close to the car line, on 66      As,d   f fa   arrangement of gen-
by 180 feet lot; seven room*,; mod- eral pIans for tn e, - �� ��,*�����
ern as to plumbing; we 1 fitted up candldates t0 the HouBe8 f p ��
for chickens;   a comfortable home  raent> and the anielioratlon of �����J
Sfon* T^'arra^"" ^*-***>��� the bl�� itera �� &-S
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW Wfc.S'1
minster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montb;
quarterly meeting on tbe tniro
Thursday of Fehruary, May, Augusl
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may bf
proposed and elected at any month
Iy or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor
ner 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.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barriaterat-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than ls necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
t>etter roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
FOB 8ALE.
FOR SALE���20 ACRES, CLOSE TO
Port Mann (Surrey) townsite, at
only $200 per acre. This is considerably below market; good for subdivision. Terms one-third cash,
balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
Box S, Daily News.
FOR SALE���HOUSE AND BIG CUL-
tivated lot; a snap, $950. The
Queensborough Realty Co., Ewen
Avenue.
$2500���Third avenue home, West
End, six rooms, modern; 55x120 foot
lot, one-third cash, balance arranged.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
Interurban Time Table
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Trains leave New Westminster for  Vancouver,   5,  5:45,  and  every
fifteen minutes thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY 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., and 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.
8UNDAY 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 and 6:05 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
was  reciprocity,  which   was   almost
unanimously endorse!   Only two dis
senting votes were recorded. ,,	
Mr. Sinclair was applauded when he WADE> WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
expressed himself as heartily in favor,    MARTIN-Barrlsters and smiM**
ot woman suffrage. A
4   Endorse Reciprocity.
,     "That we do endorse the proposed!
: reciprocity pact between Canada and j
| the United States."      This was   the
resolution  moved  by Andrew Millar,
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading
Co.
'   Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LA*TH, 8HINGLES, 8ASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINI8H,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box  13*
MACCALLUM BROS.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitora.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
HOSPITAL STREET���New six-room
house, cement foundation, modern,:
good situation. Owner will finish
inside to suit purchaser. Price
$.1000, cash $500, balance $30 per
month or to suit. Talk this over
with us. 33.
re-
ce-
ON SIXTH AVENUE���Recently
modeled; five-roomed house,
ment foundation. Owner would
like a city lot in part payment.
Price $2600, easy terms.
FOR SALE���HOTEL BUSINESS
and property situated In the heart
of Nanaimo, known as the Temperance Hotel. For particulars ap
ply P.  O. Box 319, Nanaimo, B C
JUST FINISHED ���A six-roomed
house on upper side of Leith street
near Tenth; splendid view of the
Delta. Price $3500; $1000 cash,
balance to arrange. 36.    I
FOR SALE���220 ACRES, VERY
rich land, subdivided each 20 acres,
facing Stave Lake road; quick sale
at only $25 per acre; terms one-
third cash, balance easy. Box S,
Daily News.
FOR SALE���GOOD TOP SOIL FOR
lawn dressing. Enquire Father O'Boyle, St. Louis College.
FOR SALE���FIVE-PASSENGER Automobile, 30-35 horsepower, in good
running order. Apply at thc
Schaake   Machine   Works,   Limited.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building
TO  RENT���TWO STORES    IN    Excellent situations.    Apply Dominion
Trust Com.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room: convenient location. 47 Co-
lumMfl  s''-'">t.
SEVEN-ROOMED HOUSE on Durham street near Fourth street,
modern. Price $2800 cash, one-
third; balance 6, 12, 18 months at
7 per cent. 37.
LEITH STREET���New Modern house,
eight rooms, cement foundation,
good location. Price $3200; cash
$700, balance on good terms.   38.    |
LOST.
LOST���A GENTLEMAN'S DIAMOND
stick pin, on Seventh street between Royal avenue and Agnes
street, at 12 a.m. Saturday. Reward
News office.
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
whelming majority. Although both
sides were invited to speak to the
agreement, no one opposed it.
"I do not believe in indirect taxation," said Mr. Millar, in opening the
debate. "We should have only direct
taxation for revenue. When protection is applied, as in the United States
for the fostering of infant and in-
adaptable industries, there always
creep ln those industries which want
protection, nor for the benefit of the
populace, but of the capitalists. And
thus the goods come to the consumer
bearing two and three times the
amount of the imposed tax, the result
being that whatever extra profit is attached to the article, is taking from
the workers a part of what they
should receive in wages.
Want Entire Free Trade.
"I believe that we should be unremitting in our efforts until we get entire free trade between this country
and tbe United States. Tbis talk of!
the    manufacturers    and    politicians!
I about the annexation bogey, and the
1 gulping of Canada within the maw of
the United States, is the greatest buncombe that ever a community was inflicted  with.    How   can   we  he   put
down as such thick-headed fools as to
believe suchstuff?    There is no danker of annexation.
"And furthermore, this is for me,
and I believe for all of our party, a
citiestion with no party politics in it.
It Is a question for the etntire community and I trust that we shall not
be charged with 'pulling chestnuts
out of the flre' for one or other of the
political parties. This is not a political issue, and I am glad to see that
some of the old othodox Tories aro
advocating reciprocity."
J. D. Corcoran was of the opinion
that the trade pact was in the best interests of the workers and farmers of
tiiis country. It was "the most important legislation that had come before the people of Canada since Confederation." He believed that lt
would be endorsed almost unanimously by Canadians generally.
Those Who Are Opposed. ,
"Hanged against the measure," said
Mr. Corcoran, "are the capitalistic
corporations, the very people who are
most anxious for free trade in labor
Some of the Toronto millionaires who
helped to denounce reciprocity at the
Board of Trade meeting have hardly
a Canadian in tlieir factories."
John W, Bruce, of the plumbers' organization,   did   not  see  where  reciprocity would greatly affect the material prosperity of tho workingmen,
but it would tend to   open   a wider
I field  to   the worker.    Artificial   bar-
DUBLIN    STREET    just    off    Sixth. rjer8   .ll!owed   ilt   tlmos   the exploita-
Street car line. Cleared lot.tor $10001 tion of certain markets, and it was a
recognized fact that labor was receiv
seconded by John Cochtane, and discussed for a couple of hours, before ________^______���__
it  was   finally  carried   by  an   over- j, p. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
2v
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block
next to Bank of MontreaL
A New Scow for Sale
18 x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO  FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenogra
pher; specifications, business let
ters, etc.; circular work taken
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office, Columbia St.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be invested unUl lt is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
SIXTH    AVENUE  ���   Near    Second;
street; a six-roomed house in!
pleasant location. Piice $3000;'
cash $1500, balance to arrange. 4i).
TWO fine lots on Hospital street,
$550 each; cash $100 each; balance'
on  easy terms. 4.    I
A LARGE lot on Simpson street, Sap-,
perton;   splendid   situation.     Price
$800; one-third cash, balance G and,
12 months at 7 per cent. 8.    i
SAPPERTON���Two lots on Richmond Btreet at $500 each; cash,
one-third; balance fi, 12, and 18
months at 7  per cent. 27.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Room 3.
Smith Block.
Columbia Street.
!��YOUAREl
GROWING
OUNGER
MOTHER.
A
MOTHERWELL & DARLING
SIXTH AVENUE SNAP. Lot between First and Second Streets all
in grass, only $900.
CORNER    QUEENS
Eleventh Street, 4
AVENUE    and
lots for $10,000.
SECOND    STREET      CORNER    ST.
Patrick Street.   Double corner   for
$1)500.
FIFTH STREET
Street car line.
$1000.
66 feet  from  Sixth
Cleared    lot    for!
ing higher wanes on the other side of
the line than in this country.
"Who is gaining under protection?"
BANISH THOSE GRAY HAIRS!
Kill the Dandruff Germs���Stop Hair Falling
Thousands ot mothers are looking younger.���Their gray hairs are gone. Tha natural
color haa come back, and with it a new growth ol soft, glossy, luxuriant hair. Why should
yon look old before your Ume. when you can look years younger by using
(Continued on Page Three.)
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE, new, close
to corner Eleventh Street and Sixth
Avenue. Beautiful    view   of   lower |
Fraser. $1200. $1000 cash and most i
of balance on 4 year mortgage.
FIVE ROOMED NEW HOUSE on two
cleared lots on carline, close to Ed
monds, for $:tooo.
$1000 CASH, $1000 in 18 months and
balance on mortgage.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
| 540 FEET deep waterfront    on North
Arm  adjoining city limits  with  10
i    acres land with 540 feet trackage on
!     B. C. E. Ry., land at $55 per foot. 1-4
cash, fi, 12, 18 and 24 months.
MOTHERWELL & DARLING
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of 8ixth.
wy^TH's
HAIR REMEDY
Dandruff Cured
Three applications removed
all the dandruff and left my
scalp clean, white and smooth.
Wm. Croak, Rochester, If. Y.
Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color
��� If other ������ so-called" Restorers have failed, don't give up hope, but give WYETH'S
SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY a trial. You run no risk. k If it la. not exactly
as represented, your money will be refunded.
PROflT BY OTHERS' EXPERIENCE
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
"hone 661
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R372
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C. m 	
Residence Phone 133   ,pho ,e 913   H00 ��� 613 BJackie B;.
Miss O'Cailaghan
Graduate Nurse
Gray Hair Restored
My hilt was getting quite gray and falling dot rapidly
fend I was troubled with a ternbla itching of the scalp.
My head was full of dandruff, which fell upon my clothes
and kept me continually brushing it off. While on a
visit to Rochester I heard of your Sage and Sulphur
for the hair. I got a bottle and used it. A few applications relieved the itching, my hair stopped falling out and gradually came hack to its natural color. It
is now a nice dark brown color, soft, glossy and pliable.
Several of my friends want to use it, and I want to
know wh&t yea will charge ne for six bottles of it
MISS E. A. BOSS.
Sharon, Mercer Co., Pa.
Grew Hair on a Bald Head
For two or three yeare my hair had beeu
falling out and getting quite thin until the top
of my head was entirely bald. About four
months ago I commenced using Sage and Sulphur. The first bottle seemed to do some food
and I kept using it regularly until now I have
used four bottles. The whole top of my head
I shall keep on using it a while longer, sa X
BDtico ��� constant improvement.
STEPHEN BACON,
Rochester, IT. Y.
50c. and $1.00 a Bottle���At all Druggists
II Tour Drv-asist Does Not Keep It, Send \Js the Price in Stamps, and We Will
Send You. a Large Bottle, Express Prepaid
Wyeth Chemical Company
74 CORTLANDT STREET
New York City, N.Y.
FREE
A 25c Cake of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone who will send
us this advertisement with 10c in stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing the soap. TUE8DAY, APRIL 25, 1911
i HE DAILY NEWb.
Three
new
styles
Victor-VktraU XIV,
$200
Mahogany or Oak
Vktor-Vactrola XI, $135
Mahogany or Oak
Victor-Viclwla X, $100
Mahogany or Oak
The inarument that reoroduces
the voices of the world's greatest singers with such absolute
fidelity that people often think
the living artist is a&ually singing in person. Hear ii at
your local dealer's. Berliner
Gram-o-ohone Company,
Limited, Montreal, P.Q-
Easy Payments if Desired
Regular Gramophones $25.00 up.   Double-tided records are 90c
for Ihe two.
31
YOU KNOW IT BY THIS
HIS MAST EXS
I carry a full line of
Richmond Street
Two lots between Hospital and Sherbrook,   $550  each.   Cash   $30,   Balance   $10  month.
Hospital Street
New six roome.l house, cement foundation, modern. Owner will finish to
j suit purchaser.  Price $3000. $600 Cash. Balance     $30 month or to suit.
MacCALLUM BROS.
!Room 3, Smith Block. 'Phone 825.
i
VICTOR RECORDS AND MACHINES
From the Victor No. 1 at $31.00 to the
Victor Victrola at $250.00.
I can suit you both in price and machine
Call and let us play the new records for you
in our new Victor Parlors. M
j. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia St., New Westminster j j New Arrivals   This   Week j
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Cream Tarter
Rzchelle Salts
Resublimed Sulpher
Bath Brushes
I F��r Prime Q"ality | Rvall's Drag Store
| ; |f
|      Beef, Mutton, Spring Lamb,      t|
I Pnrk anrl   Pnnltrv i J
Pork and Poultry
         EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.      ^^^^^^
PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
a>����*��>����aMa������aaa��aaa��M ���*�����*��<
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101.
i a*******.********* esssseS* *�����*<
645 Columbia St.
Wh
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIR TCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
Watches
We have in stock the
following Railway Watches
Ball Railway. Howard Railway, Hamilton
Railway, Waltham Railway, Elgin Railway
Chamberlin     s-l_l_H
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and 8.C.C. H'y
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Garden Tools
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 6 TINED.
GARDEN  SPADES, LONG  AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN  RAKES, STEEL AND MALLABLE.
GARDEN   HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ask Us for
a Copy     |
The difference in clothes is shown
ln our 20th Century Brand Style Book.
It pictures the most authoritative
Spring Styles. Through lt you may
learn how the finest, first-grade
clothes are made���and why no man
can afford less. A postal brings this
Real Style Book. You can't help but
profit from lt. Your appearance deserves that you know its facts. Write
today for a copy.
PACE THREE
Toronto Labor Men
M. J. Phillips
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
1819  ^UQ   1911
92nd Anniversary of
Independent Odd Fellowship
The Brothers of Royal City Lodge
No. 3, Amity Lodge No. 27, Harmony
Encampment No. 2 and Canton New
Westminster No. 4, and all visiting
Odd Fellows are requested to meet in
the Odd Fellows' Hall at 6:15 p.m.
sharp, Sunday evening, April 30, preparatory to attending divine service
In St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
The members of Buelah Rebekah
Lodge No. 6 and all sister Odd Fellows will meet at the church at 7 p.m.
By order of Amity Lodge.
GEO. ADAMS. Noble Grand
W. C. COATHAM, Rec. Sec.
Endorse Reciprocity
(Continued from Page Two.)
I asked the speaker. "The manufae-
) turer all the time, and that ls why he
is loudest in bis protestations against
reciprocity. I am sorry to see some
i of our own automobile manutac-
! turers opposing the measure. It is
going to open ud a big market, and
that ls what we need. Today you are
condemned to live on tinned vegetables, for the benefit bf the canning;
factories monopolies.
"The whole question reverts to the
question of taxation, lf the tax ia pat
in the right place, on land, you
wouldn't have people shouting that ft
is against the interests ot the worker.
"The American laboring man get*
more money for tbis work than Iris
brother on this aide of the line, which
shows that the American capitalistic
class la a little wiser than tbe Canadian manufacturers. And I say without reservation, that anyone who
stands against reciprocity is standing against the development of this
country, because be is standing between the producer and the markets
of the world."
Edward Stephenson thought that fn
view of the preaent political situation, there waa no danger '.a the Labor
party's declaring Itself unqualifiedly
in favor of reciprocity, which waa tantamount to the removal of artificial
< restrictions on trade.   A practical pol-
i icy was along the lines of a gradual
| reduction on tariffs.
Georpe Sangster pointed out that
the Labor Party was not catering to
| either of the old political parties, and
trusted that all "hidebound party men
I in the labor ranks" would recognise
j this fact.
"I don't see where free trade is going to affect us greatly one way or
1 another," said James Watt, "in proportion to the means we have, we are
worse off here today than they are in
; England. The reciprocity bill does
not amount to much in the matter of
manufactured articles, and if it
makes the cost of living less, things
will be so manipulated as to reduce
wages accordingly. In the matter of
tariffs, pretty much the same condition exiEt for the worker, whether
there is a high tax, a low tax, or no
tax at all. The manufacturer pits one
worker against another. The thins
I that I see in reciprocity is that it
may bring working people closer together, and the capitalist will not be
able to get workers to fly at each
other's throats, and commit legalized
murder to war."
"We want a couple of men in the
local house to keep company with Allan  Studholme.      He is  a  lonesome
figure  at  present,"  said  James   McCann, in supporting the resolution
The Platform Adopted.
The platform adopted by tho Independent Labor Paity is as follows:
1. Free compulsory education.
2. Legal working day of eight
hours, and six days a week.
3. Government inspection of all ia-
4.    TIM   MM-AlUon   at   -��M*    rnntrw*,
system on all pu\>Ue work*.
t     r>.   A mlntumxun living wage, baaed
1 on local conditions.
I 6. Public ownerships and operav-
tion of all franchises, such as railways, telegraphs, waterworks, lighting, etc.
; 7. Tax reform, by lessening taxation on Industry aud increasing It on
land values. .
8. Abolition of the Dominion senate.
9. Exclusion of .Asiatics.
10. Abolition ot child labor by children under 14 years of age, and of female labor in all  branches of induav
, trial life unsulted to the sex.
i     11.   Abolition of property qualifications for all public offices.
12. Proportional representation
with grouped constituencies and abolition of municipal wards.
13. Direct legislation through the
iniative and referendum.
14. Prohibition of Prison Labor In
competition with Free Labor.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc&ei for Ladles from f 12./5
���P.
Sliver Watches, genu' open tecs.
���W.OO.
Silver Watchea, gents' open cassy
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Kigis
tfatchwe.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
TENDER8   WANTED.
Tenders wlll be received by the undersigned on or before April 29. for
the exclusive prlvleze of running refreshment booths during the May Day
celebration on May 5.
N. R. BROWN.
Secretary, May Day Celebration.
1911
Seventeenth Anniversary antl
Roll Call of Members
Amity Lodge No. 27, IMF.
will be At Home to their memberay.
their families and their frienda, on
Monday, May 1st, at 8 p.m. In L OL
O. F. Hall. All visitors are cordially
Invited to attend.
GEO. ADAMS, Noble Grand;
W. C. COATHAM, Re^. **i~
/ page pons,    "nmai
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAV, APRIL 25, 191L
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish- >
tag Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
W. F. Edmonds
REPRESENTING
New York Underwriters Insurance Company, North Coast Flre Insurance Company, Mutual life of Canada. Accident, Automobile, Employers  Liability.  All  kinds of Bonds. Money to Loan.
613 Columbia Street.
Phone 927.
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911.
COhkfWVAvTtVE TAGW*^;,
The passing of President Taft's reciprocity agreement ln the United
States House of Representatives by a
majority of 176 will serve to clear the
political air on this side of the boundary line to a considerable extent. As
long as lt was possible the main body
.of the Conservatives at Ottawa lived
*nn the hope that the bill would be
thrown out In the United States house
-and thus they would be saved from
-the unpleasant necessity of voting
against the Canadian measure, a step
which they recognized could not improve their position In the eyes of the
people of this country. There were
not wanting, however, within the past
few days, signs that the Taft measure would pass easily at Washington,
therefore, it became necessary for the
Conservatives to devise some new
scheme for delaying the progress of
the Canadian section of the agreement. This they did by making it
known that they , were indisposed to
facilitate the passage of the agreement and were prepared to nraWTIt
difficult to secure the early adjournment of parliament and so delay Sir
Wilfird I.aurier's journey to England
for the coronation.
But it is not at all likely that the
government will yield to any obstructive tactics on the part of the opposition, but will rather redouble their
efforts to secure its passage. We
may expect Sir Wilfrid Laurier to put
the intentions of the government
plainly before the country as soon as
parliament meets and to make It
clear that the Liberal party, which is
in power in the country as well as in
office, will push the reciprocity agreement to the vote as speedily as possible and have it either passed or rejected during the present session.
Money to Loan
:-. ���  ��������� ���'..'. ���.���.-:?rW<M*V-1-- .- ��� i   . *
On improved 'arm or city property, anything from one   to four
thousand dollars at .8 jjpr i^ent. per annum.
Apply to '���    '
Malins, Coulthard & Co., Ltd.
Building
Sites
Six beautiful building lots, cleared
and in grass; one minute from car;
in West End. $5000, or will sell separately.
PORT MANN
10 acres on corner of Townline and
Quibal roads; 2*_ acres cleared,
house, barn, fruit trees, small fruits,
$6000;   easy terms.
We want listings of properties in
all parts of the city and in D. L. 172.
We are in a position to handle your
real estate business In a satisfactory
manner.
SWEDISH ASTRONOMER
THINKS MARS DESOLATE'
Dr. Arrhenlus Holds That Planef.Has
Not Enough Water Vapor !
for Life.
��
Boston, April 24.���Dr.Svante 'Arrhe-1
nius, director of the famous Nobel in- j
stitute in Stockholm, who  is now in j
Boston,  has  joined   the   controversy
as to whether Mars is Inhabited. Lecturing before the Lowell institute, he |
declared that the so-called cfffials on!
Mars   are   like   certain   earthquake!
lines on the earth and while it is not;
proved that there is no water vapor
on  Mars,  there is   every reason   to
think that there is only a very small;
quantity���not sufficient for  the  sup-j
port of life.
The speaker compared certain!
earthquake lines in the Calabrlan dis-1
trict of Italy with similar straight
lines ln pairs, shown on -Mars. As for
the oasis that some scientists claim to
have discovered on Mars, Dr. Arrhe-
nius said that an intersections of ordinary earthquake slips there are similar centers of subsidence.
You want the
most   sanitary
wall coating.
Then take   a
pail of water,
add  Alabastine,   stir  a
few moments,
���apply
with a
brush.
fluff & Morrison
Corner   Fifth   avenue  and  Twelfth
street.
Vancouver office 618 Robson street.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F..H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
I Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
WHAT IS A GRAMAPHONE
GAME IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,    jj
The announcement that the Provln-
Poser Is One for the Railway Commission to Solve.
Ottawa,    April    24.���The    Railway
Commission    met    this    morning   to j
solve the problem of whether a gram-
aphone is a musical   instrument   orj
not?    The Berliner Gra*m%iphJ9tlff -com-;
p&ny   ot   Montreal   asked 'Oiar*gifama-;
, pnones should be placed in the same
cial government Is making arrange- category as other musical Instruments
ments to establish a deer park at Co- and be given the carload rate. E. J.
��ji:itlam, adjacent to the new hospital Walsh, the tariff expert of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, supported the application, but Mr. Pul-
lan, the freight expert of the railwavs,
here very Bhortly, is of considerable took the position that gramaphones
interest. The intention is to endeavor  were never shipped in   carload   lots
to naturalize this breed of fleet-footed  and  ,hat tlle grievance of .the,, company was purely a fictitous one.
EV
It is so easy to decorate with Alabastine. Any
man or woman can do it.
And when up, you have a
wall coating endorsed by
eminent physicians on account of its sanitary features.
'AlabasfJiie
No disease germs or insects
can exist on a wall covered with
Alabastine. And Alabastine,
from tests, has proven it allows
air to circulate through the
walls, thus keeping air"
' room pure ai
healthful.
for the insane, and that
Kngiish  red deer will he
a herd   of
established
in
5 lb. pics', of this
Artistic *n*\ sanitary
wall coating
for onty 50e*
ruminants in this province. The old
Kngiish red deer is a splendid animal, both as an object of beaullty, as a
means of sport and aB provender for
ihe larder. .As venison It is undoubtedly superior to that of the native
��Ieer of this country. Still the meat
of the latter is not to be despised.
Unfortunately <'eer are dwindling in
numbers in this liatrict, a circumstance wliich is no doubt due to the
increase of population.    The restric-
"It is still," he said, "a point as to
whether a gramaphone is a musical
instrument or not. Personally, with
the recollections of some of them
wliich I have had to listen to when I
have wanted to go to sleep, I have m>*
doubts." i  i
Commissioner MacLean: "Unfortunately our musical expert Is not
here today."
Finally, after Mr. Pullan hai
brought the issue down to the real
question as to whether shippers of
gramaphones were entitled to whole-
Anderson & Lusby
tion which It Is proposed to imposevon 8ale/ates on retail transactions, Judg-
*h���    .     ���         , ,.                 .        T, rnent  was reserved,   t being -decided
the shooting of these   creatines,  by that jobher8 sllcn ag Mafiorf
(making It penal  for
-A
any  person   to  should   have   the
kill more than one, should be we
corned. The policy of Imposing a
close time or otherwise limiting the
���laughter of game, has boen of considerable advantage to the province, and
no true sportsman objects to this. A
recent instance of the good effect of
this policy is to bo seen in connection with pheasants, whicli liave multiplied very considerably In this district since the restrictive order went
into force.
&. Risch
opportunity   to   file |
1.  their views upon the application.
***<<*w
CROKER'S DAUGHTER
SUES FOR DIVORCE!
A "HAREM" RIOT.
Police Reserves in New York  Had to
Be Called Out to Suppress Mob.
New York, April 24.���A special to
the World from Chicago says: Attired in a brilliant light liluo Harem
skirt, a statuesque young woman turned into State street today. "Pipe the
Harem skirt!" shouted a boy.
That started the worst riot State
Btreel has seen since the teamsters'
Btrike. Before quelt was restored police reserves both mounted and foot,
were called out, and heads were
cracked with their clubs.
The mob was rough and yelled   at
the wearer of tlie skirt, finally pressing her so closely hat she fled into a
restaurant   to escape   the   men   and
women who were on her trail.   Women were yelling:    "Clip a piece of her
skirt;   get a souvenir," and many of
them  were running and  snipping at
her  heels  with  pocket   scissors   and
penknives.    Tlie scene In tho restau-
arnt  where the  Harem skirt  wearer!
took  refuge resembled  a riot:      The
jtfrl   was  pursued  around  tit'des and
finally driven out of the place. From
the restaurant she dashed Into a millinery store, ran breathlessly through
It. and entered a cab at the rear door,
43gf.3fir.0- her ("""P"'"*1'!.
I     New   York,   April   24.���Friends   of:
Mrs.   Ftliel   Croker   Breen,  youngest!
daughter of  Richard  Croker, are not i
surprised to learn today that she has
Started suit in  Hudson County, New
Jersey, for annulment of her marriage
to John J, Breen, a groom, whom she
married April 28, 1010.
I     As  recently as last Tuesday  Breen1
I came    here   from    Peterboro,    Ont.,;
where he  Is employed  hy  Hon. .1.  U.i
Stratton,    and   engaged    counsel   to
make a defense to the action.
Search   for   Mrs.   Breen    today    revealed that she Is now living In Paris
j with her sister, tho Duchess San Mar.
lino, who was Miss Florence ('roller.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dii-
I New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK 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 ofl
lot 2105, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 50 chains, thence west GO
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.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
���EUl .   DAILY  NEWS
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth street
We have a few of those unbreakable
Tungsten lamps left. Call and let
US show you them.
Electrical,
Contracting, Power
and Motor Work.
All work promptly attended to and guaranteed.
Phones 761 and 588.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess S��
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRES8ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 567,
: B.C,
PORT  MANN
9 1-2 Acres Cleared with House;
suitable for sub-division. This property is within
the townsite property. Price for immediate sale,
$12,500. Cash, $4500; balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
SHERRIff, ROSE X CO.
650 COLUMBIA   STREET.
Phone 832.
(Above The Fair.)
TENDERS   FOR   STREET   PAVING.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned for grading and paving
Hegble street from Columbia to Carnarvon streets, Lorne street from Columbia to Agnes streets, Mackenzie
street from Columbia tp Agnes with
stone setts, and Clarkson street from'
Sixth street to Begbie stieet with an'
approved pavement. I
Mans, specifications and further,
particulars can be obtained from tho,
city  Engineer. I
Tenders to lie deposited  with   the
City Clerk by flve o'clock on the lst.
day   of   May,   1911,   with    certified
cheque for 5 per cent of the amount1
of contract.
W. A. DUNCAN,    |
City Clerk.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
FURNITURE
To make room for new stock we are making the following reductions
for the remainder of the month :
Bedroom Furniture Specials:
���1
Iron Beds���all sizes, $2-95, $3.25,
$4-25 up to $14.00.
Springs���all 8izes  ,     $2.00
Mattresses���all sizes   $2.75
Dressers and Stand, in surface
quartered oak. Large mirror, 3 large
drawers  $12.50
Chiffoniers���Large case 5 drawers,
golden surface quartered oak, without
mirror       $10.00
With B. B. mirror   $11.90
Go-Carts and
Baby Carriages
Get a cart for Mny day and give
baby an outing, it wlll be enjoyed
much more if one of our go-carts Is
used.
Collapsible Go-Carts���From $7.90 up
to $20.00
These are Wagner Carts, not the
cheap kind.
Baby Buggies, in new designs, and
made with good spring, from each $15.
SECTIONAL
BOOK CASES
A new shipment of these useful an I
ornamental Book Cases, in ail si/es
and finishes, Just arrived, get our
prides, tliey will Interest you.
Diningroom
Furniture
Buffet���Golden or early English
finish; large B. B. mirror, lots of
drawer space  $19.00
China Cabinet���To match .. $13.00
Pedestal Table���To match .. $10.00
Dining Tables, of selected quarter
cut oak, golden and early Kngiish
finish, all reduced In juices.
Buffets, Dining Chairs, China Cab-
Inets, all cut ln price for the balance
of the week.
These are all New Goods
���We need the space
m
Parlor Goods
I Mahogany Parlor Suites, settee, arm and rocker, green crushed plush, loose cushions, $33.90
Others priced to sell $37.50 to $45.00.
Odd Parlor Chairs, some have loose cushions,
others upholstered in silk priced to' sell	
 $8.00 up to $12.00
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
WE SELL POR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Advertise in the DAILY NEWS, and You Get Results ******
***��$***-
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TUE8DAY, APRIL 25, 1911,
THE DAILY NEWS.
page nva
SPORTING NEWS
AMATCUKS make puns
FOR COMING SEASON
RACING COMMISSION WOULD
REPEAL THE GAMBLING LAW
Albany, N. Y., April 24.���The repeal
of the law enacted last year making
directors of racing Associations liable
for gambling at race tracks is recom-
Lacrosse Players Will Get Busy on' mended by the sUte racing commission in its annual report tonight. The
Twenty-fourth of May in Victoria.
commission says this Is necessary "If
racing is to survive in any form whatever in this state."   The former rac-
  ] ing laws, tbe commission points out,
were prepared with great care, design-
The annual meeting of the Pacific ed t0 PermIt racing and to minimize
,,���������, ._���,.,��� . . . betting. The maintenance of breed-
Coast Amateur Lacrosse league was lng thoroughbred horses is seriously
held in. Victoria on Saturday, when all threatened as a result of the cessation
tbe business introduced was carried ��' racing in the opinion of, the com-
out without bickerings. The officers mte,8io?' *bo' therefore, urge'a reelected for the ensuing year were as pea  of tbe ,e��,slatton blamed for ex-
S. FADER
Notary Public
FOR 8ALE���I have lots and
houses in all parts of the
city, also farms and waterfrontage.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Representing the Great West
Permanent Loan Company.
Insurance  of  All   Kinds.
Office Northern Crown Bank.
Phone 295.
follows: hon. president, Hon. T. W.
Paterson, Victoria; hon. >vice-prest
dent, M.    Oppenhelmer,    Vancouver:
iBting conditions.
The N. L. U. Helps.
Unwittingly the National Lacrosse
hon. vice-president, Russ Humber TT unwuungiy me national -.across*
Victoria; hon. vice-president, C. D. Unlon at lts annual meet,nS here on
Peele,  New   Westminster;   president,
the eighth   passed  legislation  which
Leo Sweeney, Victoria;  let'vlceW' W!!L me*n the "�������Uo��J of *��mbltiou
��^������.   i��� '*���__: ,;._���_   ..   pl   .   with many a recruit who   otherwise
ldent, James Findlay, Vancouver; 2nd
vice-president, James I. Keary.   New  ��'��htl��ve been kept down. The "bia;
o'^%jss?Srl hb- safasiai&rBBto
O. fowler, Vancouver, delegate to B.   ������mo ���_ ������.��� th��� .... ������arloT onH
Phone 699.
P. 0. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
*at it hob ana mr
rx
2s^t
���*yfS7,
C. A. A. U., H. O. Fowler, Vancouver;
game up until the last quarter, and did
executive council. W. Clark C Mc lt���eVer S*- y0U that ��hta Privlto��
n���ol��� vo���������...,^- .1 .1 X . ., w*** enable many a youngster to be
Quaig. Vancouver; James   Dakus,   K.   trled out ,n ��� /ea, KameB,nstead of
,-'-._?_.!"-_���. be'n8 kept on the bench?   If a team
is reasonably sure of winning a game,
Christopher,   Victoria
C. W. Grimston, New Westminster
MM..    ���#��(     |     1 . ... I   *��    t ************ IJ    duic   Ui    .iuijiuc   a.   fit&lUC,
nnl��in.^l " H *** 8ea8��n ' ll ,B not '-"rational to assume that the
xvlaZilat* n raBpf0l��\8: , N��w raw ��neB would be hroueht ,n t�� fin-
w w A* h' v Pe���le' J; J' Ma- W> "P the contest. If there Is anything
I n ' r.' G'frord: Vancouver, Joe Rey- t0 them, they will eventually show it
nolds, F. Murray O Tuck; Victoria, and thereby earn the confidence or
S. G. Peele, W. S. Moresby, R. De- the powers that be.-Toronto News,
wflr j i
A. Larwell, of Vancouver, was made
honorary life member of the association  In  recognition   of the   valuable
services he has rendered the associa-  adopted   the   followin
tlon and the national   game in gen-  1911:
eral.
Schedule of Games.
May 24���New Westminster at Vio
toria.
June 3���Victoria at Vancouver.
June 17���Vancouver at New West-  rontos  at  Cornwall;   Shamrocks
minster. j Montreal.
June 22 or 24���New Westminster at      June   1"���Cornwall   at   Shamrocks;
Vancouver. Capitals at Tecumsehs.
July   1���Victoria at  Vancouver. June  24���Cornwall  at  Tecumsehs:
July 8���Vancouver at Victoria. j Torontos at Nationals.
July   22���Victoria   at   New   West-      *lu'y  1���Montreal  at  Toronto;   Na-
minster. tionals   at   Cornwall:   Tecumsehs  at
July 29���New Westminster at Van-  Capitals,
couver. July    8���Toronto    at    Montreal;
August 5���Vancouver at Victoria,   j Shamrocks at Tecumsehs.
AugUBt    12���Vancouver     at     New      Ju'r   16���Montreal   at   Tecumsehs:
Westminster. Shamrocks at Nationals; Cornwall at
August   19���New    Westminster   at Capitals.
Victoria. i    July 22���Capitals    at    Shamrocks;
September 2 or 4���Victoria at New Nationals at Toronto;  Tecumsehs at
Westminster. Cornwall.
 ��� j     July     29���Toronto    at    Capitals:
' Cornwall at Montreal.
August 5���Shamrocks at Corn
Nat'onal Lacrosse Union Dates.
The  National  Lacrosse  Union  has
schedule   for
May  24���Capitals  at   Montreal.
May 27���Tecumsehs at Nationals.
June 3���Tecumsehs at Shamrocks,
Capitals at Toronto.
June 10���Nationals at Capital;  To-
at
HOSPITAL
Weatmlnster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 756.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter,
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
seri lied 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 ofj
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
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Wonday, Aprll 24. 1911.
Northwetern League.
At Vancouver                        R. H. E.
Tacoma      1 3   2
Vancouver   4 5   1
Ai Seattle                              R. 11. E.
Portland       10 C   2
Seattle    6 6   7
At Spokane                           R. H. E.
Spokane       10 11   2
Victoria     6 12   4
American    League.
rail: j
Capitals  at  National;   Tecumsehs  at
Toronto.
August 12���Toronto at Shamrocks: I
Nationals at Tecumseh;  Montreal at
Cornwall. I
August 19���Cornwall at Toronto;
Shamrocks at Capitals; Tecumsehs at
Montreal. '
August 2fi���Shamrocks at Toronto;
Montreal at Capitals; Cornwall at
Nationals.
September 2���Montreal at Shamrocks; Capitals at Cornwall; Toronto
at Tecumsehs.
September 4���Toronto at Tecumsehs. ��� ���   ��� ..,-
September  9���Natlona's  at   Sham-
vrocks.
September IG���Montreal at Nationals.
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 duply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of the Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety cbalns north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Post; thence south eighty chain.-,
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thence north eighty
chains; tbence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing)
320 acres more or leas,
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
I John  Greer, Agent.
Dated March 28, 1911.
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Order or Re&lererT^
better & withdrawals
can be made ����� ��� ���* ���?������
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Do it now!!!!!
FOR SALE
Two lots, Fifth Ave., price $1500.
Two lots and small house in East
Burnaby, price $1000 for the two.
W. H.  KEARY,   Thompson Block
Real Estate and Insurance Broker,
'Phone d. 520 Columbia street
MR. HOMESEEKER
Why pay high prices for uncleared lots when you qan secure large
lots, $0 x 154, on Sixth street car
line, cleared and in orchard, for
$606 ? Terms $150 cash; balance
6,12, and 18 months.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros,
Note new address,  622 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
FOR SALE
Half and quarter acre blocks, all cleared and has been under cultivation, facing on Byrne Road near River Road, two blocks from Eburne
car. Price $550 half acre, and $450 quarter acre. Terma one-quarter
cash, the balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
321 Cambie Stmt,
[^Vancouv&r B.C.^
l��Rpy b.ln 5      The Peopled Trust Co., Ltd.
W. F. REVELY
Manager,  Real   Estate  Department
451  Columbia Street, Plione 669
LAND ACT NOTISE.
Dia
At Chicago R. H. E.
Cleveland    5   8   2
Chicago      2   5   1
Batteries���Krapp and Smith; Lange
Scott and   Payne. I
At New York R. H. E.
Washington       3   5   4
New York    5 11   6
Batteries���Johnson and Alnsmith;
Quinn and Sweeney, Blair.
At  Detroit R.  H.  E.
St. Louis    6 11    5
Detroit       7   3   1
Butteries���Hamilton and Clark;
Lively   and Stanage.
At Boston R. H. E.
Philadelphia    5 12   1
Boston      1   4   1
Batteries���Plank and Thomas; Kar-
ger and Carrlgan.
FEATHERLESS   HAT.
National League.
At Brookyln R. H. E.
Boston     3   4   0
Brooklyn      0   6   1
B;itlerles���Prelffer mid Grama;
Schardt, Ryan an 1 Bergen, Erwln.
At Cincinnati R. "��� B.
Chicago   j
Cincinnati   "
Batteries���Pfliter     and     A
Burns, Sngiss and Clarke.
At St. Louis R
Pittsburg    5 11   3
St. l.ouls     ������ u   ,2
Batteries���LelMed and Gibson; Sal-
lee, Laudeimllk, Giegcr and Bieena-
han. IHIsh.
At Philadelphia ����� ����� ��
Now York     1  aj   J
Philadelphia   4   9   *
Batteries���Wlltse and Meyers; Rowan and Dooln.
10   2
8    2
rcher;
. II. E.
Women in New York May Not Wear
Plumage Next  Easter.
New York, April 24.���Fine feathera
will not make flne women in this state
next Easter. Before that time tbe
new plumage bill passed at the earnest solicitation of the Audubon societies will go into effect. Tbe bill,
lf successfully enforced, will leave
milady's headgear barren of aigrettes
and feathers. A heavy fine is the penalty for violation.
The Inevitable vogue of featherless
hats ln New York ls already being
planned for by the milliners. It is
a serious and perplexing question with
them. The big milliners declare that
they will suffer heavy loss, as the
time Is too short to dispose of their
contracts or coacel standing onlers.
Incidentally, the wholesalers declare
that more than ten thousand girls and
women ln New York Cltv will be
thrown out of work by the law,
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
I    TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   John   E.
Crawford, of   Vancouver,   occupation
Btatlon agent, Intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lands:   Commencing at a post
i planted about 2% miles south of T. L.
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam
lake,  thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 cbalns,
thence south 80 chains 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.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 60
acreB of the southeast quarter of Section 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) ln
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 thiB office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue ii
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tltle.i.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. 0., Mnrch 0. 1911.
Port
ann
Man
We have placed on the market, a new
subdivision in the very HEART of the
business section of Port Mann townsite,
close to the waterfront and the big
wharf; being lot 22 of section 11, block 5
north, range 2 west N. W. D.
Prices :
$1,250.00 each
i
NATIONAL LEAGUE HA8
ISSUED RESERVE LISTS
Montreal, April  24.���The   limit In
side of which  hockey clubs   can an-!
noiince what players they decide to reserve for thc coming season, having
expired, President  Quinn today   has .
given out the detailed list*. j
Ottawa���Ivefliienr,     Lake.      Shore,1'
Walsh, Darragh, Ridpath, Kerr, Cur-
Tie, Stuart.
Canadlens���Verina, I avlolette, pow-
*>r. I'ltre, Lalonde, Poulin, Payan, Dal-
lalre.
Quebec���Moran, Hall. Holden, Oat-
mnn. J. Malone, Dunderdale, Macdonald, Mallen, Orannery.
Wan'lerers���Hern. Johnson. Glass,
Russell, Hyland, Gardner, Marshall,
Smiilll, Iloberts, Ross,
Renfrew���Lindsay, T. Cleghorn.
Taylor. Rowe, O. Cleghorn, Smith,
Voir, Ronan.
Full Sized Lot in the Heart
of the Townsite
14 cash; balance G, 12 and 18 months.   Best buy on
the market.   This is a money maker.   '
Get in on the ground floor.
SEC
BRITISH CANADIAN SECURITIES CO., LID.
DOMINION TRUST BLOCK
INSIDE   LOTS,
33 x 132 feet,
?^SRSS7* $3,000.00 each
TERMS:
1 -4 Cash; Balance in 3 equal payments in
6, 12, and 18 months; interest at 7 per ct
For full Particulars call or write
T. H. McCormick
613 Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
P. O. Box, 377. 'Phone 927 PAOE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY, APRIL 25, 1911
SometfaingNewbal" y0U waBt to g��
ci!���w_ PORT MANI
tot
:���'/
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 for 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-oafks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white.   Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax.    Try itl    Be
���are to ask for the genuine
Tea Easiest Appli��a Floor Finish
MANN
or any other point on the river in a j
hurry
Ring up 117
The  Fast Speed  Launch
"VITA"
will take you there at tbe rate of 16
miles per hour.
Lose veils her eyes to As
Imperfections of her idol,
'   Aud drinks deep draughts
*   From the fount of Trust.
-MUNYON.
IF I can inaugurate a great spirit of
charity, of sympathy and forgiveness throughout the world, f shall
have done much to Bwei'ten and
���prolong life, for as I have stated in previous articles, most troubles, most ailments and most sorrows arc caused by
distrust, selfishness and indifference. I
���will go further���I
believe that most
failures and most
crimes are due to
this want of human sympathy.
We expect inure
than we are willing to give. We see
imperfections in
others, but nre
blind to nur own defects.
Under this unnatural
condition of mind our
digestion becomes impaired, our nerves irritated, our mental
vision distorttd and our peace of mind
destroyed.
Hopeism, wliich I am spreading all
over this country, means Loveism, means
Peaceism, It means to get the most happiness out of life, lt means the development of the God-lilic qualities that
are in man. I am glad to see that this
doctrine is being received with such enthusiasm. From nil over the land I nm
receiving letters commending me for
holding aloft the lantern of Hope,
My contention thnt t'ie lower bowel is
responsible     for     most   of   our  ignoble
thoughts   and   deeds,   for   most   of   our
aches ancl pains, for our tempers and uncharitable  acts,  is  being  confirmed   by
the   medical   fraternity   throughout   the
Civilized world.
Jf a man's bowels
���'''  .^^f'*h*m*1 t^i.     are constipated,  lie
is   bound   fo  suffer
with       indigestion,
biliousness,       headaches,     nervousness
and general depression.      ConHt'U|>aUnn   \
mi aim poiacminK thc
Wood   and   w��aU*Yi-
ina      every      nerve
tissue.      It    ts   tbe
cause  nf skin  eruptions   and   sallow  complexion.     It   duns
the  eye  and  deadena  the  intellect.    A
great writer once told me that he always
flushed   the   lower   bowel   before   he   attempted to  write.    It made him  think
more clearly and more strongly.
Munyotts l'aw l'aw Laxatlw Tills are
floinu more to correct indigestion, liver
allnicnti and constipation thnn nny remedy yet compounded. Thev nre not n
puigative. They do not irritate the
nerves and weaken the body, but they
do" assist digestion, thev do put a lazy
liver into activity, they do purify the
blood, nnd they do positively keep the
bowels clear, sanitary and norma'. They
habituate the bowels to net regularlv,
without nny foreign assistance. Tliey d i
get all thc nutriment out of the 'food
that is put into the stomach, thereby
feeding the nerves; strengthening the
body and prolonging life,
. Here are four remedies that I want
the public to use,
with the distinct
understanding that
if they are not perfectly satisfied with th
results, I will refund
their money.
I want everv rheumatic to us.' my Rheumatism Cure, 'it neutralizes the uric acid,
nnd one bottle usually
takes away all aches anil
IT.Tl- H ('onl'i"s n" salicylic acid, no
morphine   or  other  harmful   drugs.
i want every person who is subject to
colds to try Munyon's Cold Cure It
gives   nlmost   immediate   relief.
���nl w*j * t,V.''ry ,P/,rs��� "'ho suffers with
nn> kidney trouble, no mutter how serious, or how ninny doctors have failed
to cure, to try my Kidney Remedy, One
ortwo bottles will take nwnv the hack-
tile  urinary difficulties, the nulli-
ache
nen tmderthe eyes, swellingof the ihnbs
and the general  weaknen ami  lassitude
that   follow  this dread  rlisense.
I want all persons who suffer with
I lies, before they eonsent to an opera-
tion of any kind, or use anv more ointments, 01 take any more medicine to
try my Pile Ointment. If* remedial action of any kind or use any more oint-
a 26-cent  tube of this ointment to cure
"BTH. t,h,t*i*h?   T?* ��debrated   spe
cmhsts in the land had been unable to
relieve.
In addition to the
above four remedies, Munyon's Homoeopathic Home
itemedy Company
put up specifics for
nearly everv ailment.       They
sold   by   all   druggists, mostly for 2;>
cents per vial. They
are absolutely
harmless and are
from the formulas
of the most celebrated specialists of the
world.
MUNYON'S DOCTORS FREE.
Time   nre   thousands   of   people   who
feel that   they  would  like  to  consult   a
doctor before  taking medicine.    To accommodate this class, I have physicians
who make examination  and  give advice
without  charge.     You   can't   pay   them
a penny for their services.    You will
receive the same careful, painstaking ex-
���ruination as if you paid them $5, and
you will not be expected to buy one
penny'a worth of medicine. .
MUNYON. c
'. 1506 Arch Street.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE
WORKS, LTD.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve  6.900,000
The Bank haa 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
The Royal Studio
610 Columbia St., New Westminster.
Mrs. A. Wiggin, who was connected
for many years with Messrs. Lafayette,
of New Bond street. London, begs to
inform the residents of New Westminster and surrounding districts that
she has purchased and reopened th
photographic business at the above address, and is prepared to offer high
class pictures at very moderate prices.
Child portraiture a specialty. See
show cases at doorway.
Edmonds
Large lots close to
Edmonds Road,
$500 each; $50 cash,
$15 monthly.
W. S.  ROSE
MERCHANTS       BANK       BUILDING
PHONE  G5:>.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V��  to  25  H.  P.
2 and  4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
V mJ
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL 4 ODDY
I Corner   Eighth  St. and   Fifth  Avenue
PHONE 370.
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Perunathe Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria Goertz, Orients, Oklahoma, writes:
"My husband, children and myself
havo used your medicines, and wo al-
wayi keep thorn In the house in cue of
necessity. I was restored to health by
thla medicine, and Dr. Hartman's Invaluable advice and books. People ask
about me from different places, and are
surprised that 1 can do all of my honso-
work alone, and that I was cured by tho
doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband
was cured of asthma, my daughter of
earacho and satarrh of tho stomach, and
my son of catarrh of tho throat. When
I was sick I weighed 100 pounds; now I
woigh 140.
"I have res;slned my health again, and
I cannot thank you enough for your
advico. May Ood glvo you a long life
tnd bless your work."
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in witness���but delicate, giving just
the right savour.   Use no other.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
It is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time.
The medium through
which the progressive
merchant and business 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 News
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Weatmlnster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Lionel E. Haw-
els, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Pemberton Trail, 3^
miles north of Oreen Lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence 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 LEWIS,
Agent for Lionel E. Haweis
February 20, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict 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 Qreen 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.
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-
.    trict 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, 24 miles
north of Green Lake, thence north 83
chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, being the
southwest corner post, containing 640
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20. 1911.
thence east 80 chains, thence south I
80  chains,  thence   west   80   chains,
tbence 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.
CANAD'AN
PACIFIC
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DI3-i
TRICT���District of New Westmin-1
ster. B.C.���Take notice that I^Henna**!
Thorsen, of Vancouver, occupation!
marine engineer. Intends to apply for
permission te purchase the following
described lands:
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Double Dauly
Through Trains
NO MORE -GRAY HAIR
It Is eaaler to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore it, although
it is possible to do both. Our
grandmothers understood tbe secret.
They made and used a "sage tea,"
and their dark, glossy hair long
after middle life was due to this
fact. Our mothers have 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.
The present generation has the ad-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Naw Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Georgina A.
Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation
stenographer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
let 2195 and thence north 49 chains
thence weet 40 chains, thence south
49 chains, thence east 40 chains to
poiat of commencement, beiag southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
i Atlantic Express leavea at 8:30 a m i vanta*�� ��{the PMt ,n that it can get
n _��� ,������ ���, . ������. _,__�����,, .k�����. '  ���  reedy to  use  preparation  called
Commencing at a post planted about j Wyeth's   Sage   and   Sulphur   Hair
wo and one-half .mes south of T. L., Imperial Limited at 3.55 p. m., con-| ^ga-fy.   As a scalp tonic and color
lot 1368, and one mile east Of Haslam ] I reiHorer    thin   T��r��n��T-��Mnn   la   vaqflv
Lake, thenee.east 80^ chains, thence nectinj for all Canadian and Ame* ��55��S^SS-^4LIt^
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, I maae by onr grandmothers,
theace north 80 chains, to the point of!can points.   Special excursion tickets j     jj,,. remedy is sold under guaran-
commencement,   and   containing   640 \ ,   , ' I tee that the money will be refunded
acres more or less. jon 8ale ln M��y and June.   For dates  if iff alia to do exactly aa represented.
HERMAN THORSEN.    I \ . I     This preparation la offered to the
and rates apply to ' �����-�����-    ���
H. W. BROOIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict 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-
amus river and one mile north of
Daisy Lake, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 160 chains
along the Cheakamus river to point of
commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for, containing
320 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February 20, 1911.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, oecupatlon
widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 1V4
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence 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 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 IVi miles north of T. L. lot
1976, and two miles west of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
tlience north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL 8. AUSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���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 post planted aboue
IVi miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east SO chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 cbalns, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
WATER NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dia-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Mary Augusta
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mar
ried woman, intends to apply for pe:-
mission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4ty
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west 80 chains, thenre south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
$0 chains to point of commencement,
being northeast corner poet of lot applied for, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
���New Westminster 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 the
���south line 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, being
the northeast corner post of lot ap
piled for, containing 320 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dls-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A. Hop-
Itins. of Vancouver, occupation married woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchaso the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
���ed on the west side of Oreen River
and four chains north of Green Lake,
thenee west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thenee south 80 chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post or lot applied for, containing
ti't) acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dl*l
New Westminster Land District
triet of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald Fitzgerald Sargent, of Vancouver, occupation broker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scrihed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot 2105, thence east 20 chains, thence
south 60 chains, thence west 60
ehains, thence north 10 chains, thence
east 40 chains, tlience north 40 chains
to point of commencement, being the
northwest corner post of lot applied
for, containing 140 ucres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent  for   Reginald  Fitzgerald   Sargent.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, C. A. Crya-
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 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
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:
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T
L. 1031, and on, ��� ���c.��..u.. ,,,**,���>***-.?,, mj u untile east shore of Haslam Lake, thence! irrigation describe the land intended
ranot Ol, ~ *. ~ I  **  ������
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) The 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, ln a
northerly direction into Deer lake;
(c) The point of diversion, about one
chain from tbe boundary of district lot
92; (d) The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet per second), one
miner's Inch; (e) The character of
the proposed works, none; (f) The
premises on which the water is to be
use (described same), portion of district lot 85; (g) The purposes for
which the water is to be used, domestic and irrigation purposes;  (h) If for
public at fifty cents a bottle and la
recommended and sold by
ALL DRUGGISTS
east    80    chains,    tlience    north    80'
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
to  be  irrigated,  giving  acreage, two
and one half    acres,    more    or less,
south 80 chains, to the point of com-| sandy hillside;   (i) If the water is to
mencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William J
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,
thence east 80 chains, thence north S,i
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 cbalns to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Die-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A.
Bodle, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a peat
planted about I'i; miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west ef Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A.  BODIE,
Uy D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trlct 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 hinds: Commencing at
a post planted about two miles north
of T. L. lot 916 on the west shore of
Haslam lake, thence west 80* chains,
thenco south  80  chains,  thence eaBt
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. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west side of the Pemberton Trail,
thence east 40 cbalns, thence south
40 chains, thence
be used for power or mining purposes
describe the place where jthe water is
to be returned to some natural channel, and the difference in altitude between 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 are
likely to be affected by the proposed
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Same Price as the poor
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Toronto, Ont.
west    40   chains
commtnceme'nt0 SSS,-,*0   ,r.��iDt    of I work'a. either above or"beiow'thiVn't"
commencement, containing 160 acres  let   none
more or less. '
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911
J.  FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R.  FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, 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.
A. W. McLEOD,
New Westminster, B.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
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 imply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the east bank of tbe Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chains north of the north end
of Daisy Lake and marked 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, 1911.
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 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 a
duplicate of tbe said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., April 6th,
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   John   E.
Crawford, of    Vancouver,    occupation
station agent, intend to apply for per-
80 chains, thence north'80 chains to j m,B.f ��" ,t0 f^fMM the following de
Uie point nf commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT ivOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupation married woman, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt
a post planted about half mile south
of T; L. lot 1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, tlience east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 89 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
ISABELLA MeKARLAND,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
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 ln a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
scribed lands: Commending at a post
planted about 2'6 miles south of T. L,
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east. 80 chains, thenco
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
tbence south 80 chnlns to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated Februnry 17, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
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,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 1
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, i
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. 1
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
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. Witherspoon, has
been filed ln 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. 0., March 9, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District 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, tbence west 80 chains,
tlience south 80 chains, thence ea3t
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or loss
VERNON V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
Use a Gurney-Oxford
range and cave 20 per cent,
of your coal bill.
Thc "Chancellor" shown
here ii thc finest steel range
made   Ly  thc  well  known
Gurney - Oxford   Company.
There's no better to be had
in  thc  country.     Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range on the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District   District of New 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 plante 1
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east shore of Haslam lake,
thence 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.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEW8
Material is thc best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, to
injure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
oven door if desired. Made
for coal or wood. Besides
these qiccial feature:;���
^The OXFORD V
/^ECONOMIZER*
���Mil hrep > >ur flre -Joind at lowtsl pouislt
{oni for furl* Hill site al l*isl 20 prr ceil.
of ike toftl yea imi usr Bad nftl like all
tvokin^ odors up Ih* rainary.
You'll lava money every cl:iy you.
UM �� (itirnoy-Oxford. And always pvt
more satisfactory results from your
Cooking.
Let   ua  demonstrate  to ycu   thn
" Kco'ion.ia.T," nnd tho other (iurnoy-
Oxford points, of superiority* See how
perfect ei good range can bo, we will
nlflti show you other fiuroev-Oxford
stoves ��nd r.mtfra for everv purpose and
for ani* kind of furl. On d'splay on
our flnnr* nil the time.
Get tieqiminted with the best
known, hest liked Stoves ftnd ranges in
all Cant��d;i And do 'I eow���for tbc good
of your puokotbook.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681  Columbia  Street.
12:
23:
12:c
Stop the Leaks I
inYourGoalBHI I
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time*
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United Statea via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B O. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). ��� 8:00
113:00���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).. 9.46
16:15���United Statea via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..16:00
:30���All point*    eaat and   Europe (dally)     7:30
:00���All points eaat   and   Europe (dally) ....16:46
:30���Sapperton    and    Fraaer
Mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       7:30
tO: 00���Sapperton and Fraaer
mills     (dally     except
Sunday)   16:45
12:30���Coquitlam   (dally   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds    (dally    except
Bunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)  13:30
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Weatmlnster   (Tuesday  and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner,    Port    Gulchon,
Westham Island  13:30
10:00���Annleville.  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday,
1    ���      Thursday    and    Saturday     13:30
11:30���Vancouver,   Plper'a   Siding    via    G.     N.    R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tueaday. Thursday,   Friday   and   Sat-
day      15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake  (dally except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)    7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine    (daily    except
Sunday) 9:45
15:15���Hall'a Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:45
11:30���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt
\ Lehman, Aldergrove, Ot
ter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.CE.R. (daily except Sunday)  .... .... 8:30
Railway Time Tables
at C. E. R. WeetminaUr Branch.
Wook Day Schedule.
Cara leave New Weatmlnster for Vancouver at 5:00, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20
and 8:00 a.m., and every half hour
thereafter until 11; 00 p.m.
Cai* jeare Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:00, 5:50, 6:29, 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 half hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cara leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 6:00, 7:00, $S:00 and
9:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Can 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 Sundaya cara leave Weatmlnster
at s a.m. to 11 p.m.
On Sundaya cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
D. J. Stewart, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Great Northern  Railway.
leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.i arrives Seattle 3:15 p. in.
bridge passenger station,  New  West
minster,   10:20   a.m.   dully   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrlvea
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. in.;
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. in.; arrives Seattle 6:45 a. m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex-
iepuns ideoxe Xirep tad oo:8 avuins
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
Btatlon   3:50  p.m.:    arrlvea  at  Port
Leavea Sumas 6:00 a.m: arrlvea
Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leavea Port Guichon 8:00 a. m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger statloo
10:20 a.m.
G.   N,  R���Surras   Branch,
Leavea Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrlvea
New Weatmlnster 2:60 p.m.
Leavea Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrlvea
New Weatmlnster 6:65 p. tn.
Leavea Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrlvea
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leavea Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrlvea
Naw Weatmlnster 6:30 a.m. PAGE EIGHT. "! TW!\ .
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 4911.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C Coast Service
News
VANCOUVER  TO  VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m t  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally 'except Sunday
TO  UNION AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May 6, 16, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m...	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
88. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WE8TMIN8TER.
7 a.m....Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
The city schoola reopened yesterday
after the Easter vacation.
The Daughters of the, Empire of
Victoria who are organiiing a gala
day ln the capltaL. clty    on June 22
The Maple Leaf baseball club is to  (Coronation Day,) having asked that
hold a business meeting this evening, tnl8 city De officially represented at
in the Windsor Electric office. j t^at function, the   council 'yesterday
For spring plants arid cut flower*{Z^I^^l^l������?���1** *
phone Davies aud Sc.il/, Hb.iste. Phone|
WW&M
I   M-*MI**V frj.
the finance committee to report.
897. "    |    ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
A Westminster lodge"of the order of \tram off,ce*
the Eastern Star Is 'to be formed at a   . >***
meeting to be held here today
Phone 310.
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
wmsmrnm*^
Raja   Ram,  held oni���<a  charge  of
threatening to shoot Suja Singh, willp
be arraigned in the district court this
morning.
Jessie Maclachlan; Scotland'sj
great prima donna, at the Opera;
house May  2. **
The picture of Miss Kathleen
Welsh, May Queen-elect which appeared in the Daily News yesterday
morning, is from the studio of S. J.
Ritchie, Columbia Street. .
The shareholders of Gilley Bros.,
Ltd., will visit the firm's quarries ami
works at Pitt lake today, a launch
leaving here at ten o'clock and returning early this evening.
$5000 to loan, Edmonds, 613 Columbia Street, Pbone    927. **    |
The kindergarten rooms of the Girls'
Central school will admit pupils for
this term's work during the remaining days of this week. Children who
will complete their sixth year befoie
the last of June are eligible. I
Maclachlan at Opera
house
The Public
Supply Stores
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
prices.
Our
Display of Beautiful
Wash Fabrics
New Shamrock Suitings
, A fine quality Fabric of good Suiting Weight,
with fine cord; all self colors; In shades of natural, saxe, rose, sky, pink, brown, wisteria and
navy; width 28 Inches. Special at, per yard ...15c
New American Foulards
Never have we had so fine an assortment of these
Beautiful Cotton Foulards; the-range of patterns
embraces styles ln stripes, spots and figure designs
ln shades of sky, pink, saxe, reseda, navy wisteria
and black. All special at, per yard, 30c, 35fc, 45c.
New White Vestings
A very desirable assortment of these exquisite
vestings in spots, stripes, dice and fancy designs;
width 28 inches. Don't fail to see our showing.
Specials  at, per yard  25c and 35c
New Prints, 12 1-2 cts. per yard
We are showing a wide range of this popular
priced printsof exceptionally good cloth In a full
range of dark , medium and light shades; fast
washipg dyes; width 29 inches.
New Ginghams, 12 1-2 cts. per yard
A very desirable assortment of colors and pattern
in snipe and check designs; all good washers:
width L'8 Inches.
several different
e of the
best quality.
Toronto Parks
Lawn Grass
Same as we use
ourselves.
If you want a good
lawn use it.
Full line of
Seeds
Jessie
May 2.
The manse funds of St. Stephens
church are to be benefitted by a social
to be held on Thursday afternoon at
the residence of Mrs. Joseph Henley.
Eighth street. Home male candy is tj
he sold and refreshments wlll be provided.
The Hudson Bay Mutual Insurance brands of Lard
company, floated by C. W. Jennings,
who Is now awaiting trial in Vancouver on a charge of fraud, has no con-1        ,.
nection  with  the Hudson  Bay Insur-j        UUr Maple Leaf CUtter at
ance company,  of which  A.  W.  Mc- qr��� j,      q iu      i      ��-, nn
Leod is local representative. ��� oo*,. per ll}., O lUfe. ior $J..UU,
Jessie  Maciachian with craighaii has already acquired a repu-
Sherry and R. Buchanan on May 2 at tatlOn.
the Opera house. **    |
The Grand Order of Lions, an organization which will make a novel
departure in the social life Of young
men, will be launched today in this
city. The battle cry will be "Hello.
Loo'.'
I We also carry a full line
of all the DELICACIES OF
THE SEASON.
Decidedly New Things in Suits and Coats
Your Spring Suit or Coat, whatever you prefer, is waiting for you here. You will be pleasantly surprlseJ
at the magnificent showing of the snappy styles which will appeal to you. Our range comprises some of
the latest fashions, and moderately priced.
SUITS $20, $25, $30, AND UP. COAT8 $15, $18, $20 ANO UP.
Special Waist Offering
95 cts. each
Should   cause a stir in the Waist Section tomorrow.  Women's White Lawn and Vesting, TailoreJ
and    Lingerie Waists;  these are values to $2.00;
some   slightly soiled; sizes 34 to 40   inches.   You
should see these bargains.
Corset Cover Bargains
Values to $1.75, Special $1.25.
Women's   Fine Lawn Corset Covers;    lac��      embroidery    trimmed; sizes 34 to 40 Inches.
Drawers at Clearing Prices
Values to $1.00; Special, 50c
Women's   Fine Nainsook Drawers, open and closed
styles;   in la e and embroidery trimmed.
Women's, Spring Underwear Special Values
The provincial police are on the trail I
of two men who are wanted for the
aliened robbery of a sum of money
from a Hindu, Santa Singh, near
Praser Mills on Sunday evening. Singh
was knocke.l unconscious and relieve I1
Of  about  $100.
Remember the Place
Fine   Ribbed Cotton  Vests;   long,
sleeve   styles;  sizes.    Spelal at
25c.
short   and  no    I    Extra fine Lisle Hibbed Vest ln Ion?, short and no
eacfl    tsc,    20c,         sleeve    styles;  drawers    knee    length    to match
I     both  styles. Special at   35c .ind 50:
Curtis Drug Store
Dealers   in
Drugs,  Kodaks  and   Supplies, Seeds and  Spectacles.
New    Weatmlnster.
Phone 43; L. D. 71;
B    C.
Res. 72.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
Sec mc about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
Paas'
Egg Dyes for
Easter
Reserve seats
at MacKenzie's
day.
Trie, 0(K*.    Sal" opens |
Drug   Store   on   Fri- i
The Biitish barque Holt Hill, under
charter to load lumber at Fiaser .Mills.!
ca nc  up  the   Fraser  river  yesterday I
afternoon and    is anchored at    .Mill-!
side.   The   banjue   passed   under  the[
high tension wires over the Westminster bridge    without^ difficulty,   although the masts Ue're' 'without a few
feet of touching the juice conductors.!
Alderman Dodd will preside at a'
social meeting to be held this oven-
Ins in the I.O.O.F. ball, Eighth street.
when a presentation will be mule to
D J. Stewart, who recently retire!
lrom the B.C.E.R. Tbe social is under
the auspices of the Amalgamated Society of Sheet and Electrical Kail-
ways Employees of America.
A box or hive of bees which has
been lying on the wharf by the Sixtli
street slip for some considerable time
past, the bees in wliich have been obtaining their food only with considerable difficulty, has been handed over
to a citizen who is a beekeeper, by the
police, they having failed to find any
owner for the hive and it being evident that tbe bees would soon become
an unpleasant nuisance.
"N'ot Such a Foot as li" Looks,"
which was successfully presented by
a competent cast of amateurs at St.
Patrick's hall last week, will be refloated this evening fn St. Barnabas
parish hall. Ii. It. Hill, who takes the
leading part, will also be sta,'e director, and has made all necessary arrangements for the proper st Iging of
the performance. Tbe ladies c f the
parish are inking considerable interest
in the event nnd bave been working
hard to assure a full house when tho
curtain rises.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��1V��00,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada md
Newfoundland, anu In London., England, New York, Cli'cago aud Spokane,
D.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
tnd Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
innum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
1 New Arrivals   This   Week
Cream Tarter
Rochelle Salts
Resublimed Sulpher
Bath Brushes
l
AT
DIED.
LAS8ETER ��� LVIJIA ELIZABETH.
wife of W. A. Lasseter, on April
23: a native of Portsmouth, England; age r>7 years.
Funeral   at two o'clock  Wednea
day.
AT
i MIJIR'S DRUG STORE
I    Dm4�� Block.   441 Columbia St.
I New Westminster. B.C.
I
Westminster
Transfer Co.
-fflca 'Pbone IBS.      Barn  'Paw* >*
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   prompt!*
any part oi Um city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
-JR'Tivr: ;>-Kv:r,^>.'^t^-^*^I^!*Tg-7rri^*T-*g
Aide
rgrove
Apple Lands
TEN ACRE BLOCKS C F FIRST-
CLASS APPLE  LANDS
AT ALDERGROVE
| Ryall's Drug Store
'PHONE 57
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
The good transportation facilities afforded by electric tram and
Great Northern railway are attracting many actual settlers to Aldergrove.
Extensive Improvements now under way assure good roads leading to railways and  Aldergrove town.
Prices $90.00 to
$100.00 per acre
TERMS ONE-THIRD CASH, BALANCE IN 1, 2, AND 3 YEARS.
GET OUR BOOK ON THE^ APPLE LANDS OF ALDERGROVE.
F.J.IiartXCo,tal.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE,
THE WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
Remem'jer that our Day Sess on continues throughout the entire
year. Now is the time for you to enroll so that you will be competent
for a good position in the Pall,
During the past week we have had four positions to fill. Our i-ti-
dents are always in demand.
Tne Modern Business School
610 Columbia St. A. L. BOUCK, Principal
XxWm
%?**0_
Twin   Screw   Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
������ai,.janti ''Prince George"
* *l��\ \n 1 aVW^a
Sailing From Johnson's Wharf, at 12 midnight.
For Stewart      Mondays
For  Prince  Rupert Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria and Seattle Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith, Massett, etc.,
and Thursday steamer for Skldegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway,
etc. i' 1 , ' ��� ;i  ���
Tickets and Information for al! points east, including Detroit, London,
Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Boston, Niagara
Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, also to Great Britain an 1
the Continent.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)   Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.

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