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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING,"FEBRUARY 25,1011.
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Mixed Train Jumps Rails-
Cars Fall Down Embankment and Catch Fire.
Halifax, N. S., Feb. LT,.���Two passengers were killed and over a score
injured in the wreck of the Halifax
Southwestern mixed train yesterday
evening.
The train jumped tlte track at German .1 unci ion. one passenger and four
lumber cars falling down an embankment
Tbe cars, which overturned, caught
fire, and the passengers were only rescued with the greatest difficulty.
Many were pulled out of the blazing
cars after the roofs had been chopped in with axes.
Progress Noted.
Yesterday the board of works com
mittee, comprising Aldermen Campbell, Gray and Dodd with City Engineer Itluckuian. and Huilding Inspector'
Turnbull, made a general tour of inspection throughout the city and
laries, taking in Pitt river, Port
Moody, Uurnaby, Vancouver (by way
of Ki. hth and Twelfth streets) and
Lulu island. The committee reported
that much progress had been made
Bince the previous visit and the various works and buildings are proceed-
fng at a fast rate and with credit to
aii i "licerned.
42-Story Building.
Seattle, Feb. 26.���This city is
to have a 42-story building, a
permit to commence construction, applied for by the estate
of the late I,. C. Smith, having
heen issued yesterdav. The
building will be at tlte corner
of Second avenue and Yesler
Way, and will cost $1,600,000!
ICE FLOE DRiEIS OUT
TO SEA WITH 500 MEN
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���j Russian Fishermen Carried
Away on Immense Mats
are in Grave Danger.
VETERAN OF CRIMEAN WAR
TO BE GUEST OF
2,500,000 CHINESE
FACING STARVATION
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60 OUT ON STRIKE
South     African     Campaigners     Issue
Special   Invitation  to  Captain
Pittendrigh.
PRIEST FELES ROBBER
OF CHURCH POORBOX
At the annual banquet of the South
African campaigners of B. C. to be
held in the Hutch Grill, Vancouver, on
.March y, the members from this city
will assemble in full force and will
take along as their special guest Captain Pittendrigh, who, by reason of his
wonderful record as a soldier, in
many parts of the world, deserves well
of his fellow men. He is one of the
fast narrowing ranks of those who
wear the Alma, Inkermann, Ralaclava
and Sebastopol medals, in all of
which engagements he was a member
of the far famed Gllrd. regiment. The
campaigners who will sit down to din
ner number 145 and it is pleasing to
record the fact that the ranks have
not been depleted since the celebrations last  year.
About a dozen members of the association are expected to make the trip
from this city to attend the yearly
reunion.
Rival, Russia, Feb. 25.���An Immense
ice  floe  detached   itself  from   Leven-,
sari island, in the Gulf of Finland, yes-]
terday afternoon and drifted out" to
rea. I
Five bund ?tf fishermen were on'
the ice at thi time and not one of:
them manage to escape.
Every effort is being made to catch '
up with tho floating mass and rescue!
the men from their melting prison.
The ice floe was lost  to sight with-1
in a  very short time after it slipped
away from the land.
Statement Issued in the East
Tells Need of Relief in
Kiang-3u and Anhui.
��� New Treaty Ratified.
��� Washington.    Feb.    25.���The
��� new Japanese treaty    of trade
��� and navigation was ratified at
��� last night's session of the sen-
��� ate, after that body had been In
��� executive    session,    discussing
��� the   .measure,    for   over    two
��� hours.
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Friends of Dumb Animals Will Listen
to Reports of Past Year's Work-
Outside Delegates Coming.
Equally     Vigorous      Sexton      of      St.
Monica's Captures  Second  Fellow
Accused of Thefts.
Richest Indian Dead,
l.awton, Okla., Feb. 24.���Quannah
Parker, 66, chief of the Coq&anchles,
and the world's richest Indian, is
dead. Quannah Parker was a half-
breed, his mother having been a white
woman who was captured in her
youth and married by Chief Petana-
cona, when the tribe was at the zenith
of its power.
Mrs. Carrie Nation Recovering.
Leavenworth,' Kas., Feb. 24.���Mrs.
Carrie Nation, who has been under
treatment in a hospital here for a
month, is greatly improved in health,
in spite of the fact that physicians
recentfy gave up hope of her recovery.
Mrs. .\ation hai been suffering from
a nervous breakdown, but her mental
condition is now satisfactory, she is
taking treatment for her eyes and
expects to leave the hospital shortly,
after the first of March.
Bodies Brought to Surface.
Tonopah, New, Feb. 24.���Fourteen
bodies of miners who were burned to
deatli in the Belmont mine early yesterday morning were brought to the
surface late this evening.
PRISONER ACCUSED OF
PROGRESSIVE POLYGAMY
New York, Feb. 25.���Advices from
China to the American Red Cross
were made public at their offices here
today.
That 2,500,000 Chinese will die for
the want of food if assistance is not
rendered immediately Is the prediction in a statement made by the
organization. This number comprises
neatly the entire population of the
northern part of the provinces of
Kiang-Su and Anhui. The statement
continues:
"The bubonic plague is creeping
southward toward the famine district
It has ravaged Manchuria and thousands of refugees who have fled to
Chee Foo, in Chang  Tung    province   0>,��ck
have carried it there.    Hundreds   of      delegates from this city, Vancouver,
deaths occur daily. | Victoria. Nanaimo and other cities will
"The  frozen   ground   prevents    the
S. P. C. A. IS HOLDING
ANNUAL MEETING WAY
Coal Workers at Frank, Alberta, are Idle ��� TrouHle
May effect Crows Nest:
Winnipeg, Feb. 25���Six hundred coal
miners  at    Frank,    Alta.v   yesterday
I evening threw down  their tools and
| declared a strike.
It is feared the whole Crow's Nest
district may be affected in a few days.
as the controversy over the wages to
Ite paid the men has reached a stage
which apparently defies solution to the
satisfaction of both parties.
  The operators are ready for a bitlev
struggle, and the men are determined
The annual meeting of the' provin-  ,0 Becure ltie   concessions   they   de-
cial   branch   of   the   Society   for    the   mand-
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will
be held  In  the council chamber this
afternoon,     commencing     at     three
F.
NEW REALTY FIRM.
burial of the dead and long rows of
coffins lie on the roadside.
"American Consul General Alder
Wilder, at Shanghai, cabled that people stricken with this plague die in a
few hours. The people at last have
consented to cremation and several
thousand bodies hare been burned.
"The plague is now only 150 miles
from the provinces and if it ever
reaches there the result will be appalling."
B.   Ennis and   M.   D. White  Enter
Partnership in  Real  Estate.
i     ���,     .       , , Trading under the name ami xivle
be in attendance, but the session is in   of the  Westminster Realty companv
*LZ*Z*t 'k     d  '?  membe.s  "f    ^   With headquarters in the Trapp blr**!
society, it  being the intention to    in-  F. H. Bonis and M. I). White have e��
vite the public with a view to creating   tered into a  partnership  for tbe mi-
a greater interest  ,n the work  which   p0Se of dealing in  real  estate
is being carried on by the small band   anee, etc.
of animal  lovers  who now  form the
WEST END METHODISTS
TO HAVE FINE NEW HOME
S. P. C. A.
Provincial Secretary Gowan, of
Vancouver, will be present, and' wil]
be called upon to read the reports of
the various branches in the province
The most interesting of these will be
the one dealing with a resolution
passed in Vancouver some months
ago, excluding women from active connection with that branch, it having
been found that mistaken -zeal often
worked to the detriment of the society.
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The firm proposes making
a specialty of Hnrnaby acreage.
Mr. Ennis was formerly in the bui U-
ing business in this city, while Mr.
White has for some years heen in tl��2
real estate business.
MAY DRIVE WALL STREET 1
TO JERSEY OR HOBOKEN
New Vork, Feb. 24.���Father Wil-.
litim Jordan, of St. Monica's church, at.
Bast Seventy-ninth street, belli ��� ��� 9 te lias captured the men who,
in! .1 f. ,\ months have been robbing
tbe i rl o\es there.
For the last three weeks Father,
.Ionian Bays he has noticed three'
men who entered the church after-
nouns al 'our o'clock apparently to
praj Their cut ward fervor was jo
.real it seemed unnatural to the
sharp-eyed priest. Resides after their
departure on several days it was found
ll ���   oxes bad been looted.
V'esterday  at  4:;ui  p.m.  the  priest
sav.  two of the three men enter the
church,    He  hurried   to  the  home of
��� ston   Hugh P. Connolly, at 1510
i ��� ��� avenue. j
The two returned  to    the    church,'
wenl to the rectory, stepped into the
confessional and looked through, They
'"iM Bee the head of a man bending
cut a poor box.   He was a big fellow.
Priesl and sexton sprang. Father
Jordan knocked down the "big fellow," i
who sprang up and grappled with thei
Priest, but wsis subdued. The sexton
had just as hard a battle, but he also
won. Then Father Jordan and the
sexton took both the captives to the
Poll. ������ station.
Bad Train Wreck.
Pueblo, Colo., Feb. 25.��� A Denver
and Rio Grande passenger train, whicj
left here at six o'clock last night, is
reported wrecked seven miles not tti
of Colorado Springs. Several passengers ;ue said to be badly  Injured.
"WITHOUT RECONSTRUCTION."
Man   Describing   Himself   as   German
Engineer Said to  Have  Had
Numerous Wives.
London,   Feb.  24.���An  alleaed   biga-
nst, who is said to have opera
the l'nited States, is on    trial
New  Sixth  Avenue Church  Will  Cost
$12,000���Construction   Work  to
Commence Immediately.
Death  of  George  Hargreaves.
George Hargreaves. for    twenty-one
years a resident of this city, died yesterday moruing, at the Royal Colum-
| Man    hospital.    The    remains    were
| taken  to  W.  E.  Fales'  mortuary  par-
; lors.    The   funeral   will   be  held    on
  ; Sunday  afternoon  from  the   K.  of  P.
hall,  at half past two o'clock,  under
Twelve thousand dollars will be ex-   the  auspices  of   L.  O.   L.   1693,  from
pended  by  the  trust* es of the  Sixth   which lodge three pall heaters will bn
avenue  Methodist   church on the new   chosen, the other three being frcm the
mist, who is said to have operated in ' edidce to be started in the course of   Lancashire Old  Hoys' association, de-
here ' <ne nexl few d!l-vs-    Al a confer*nce   ceased   having   heen   connected
, J    ' i of   the   authorities,     11    M.   Marshall
The prisoner, 1-ehx Fran* Alfred Ogil-1 was ;MM���,jn,e(1 foreman and agent    to
Pending Legislation Causes Bulls and
Bears to Look Around for a Nevw
Trading Location.
McCall Bill on Reciprocity Is Reported
to Senate.
Washington, Feb. 2-1.���The McCall
hill to carry out the provisions of the
Canadian reciprocity agreement was
reported to the senate today from tho
committee on finance. The report
was "without reconstruction," the
committee by a vote of six to seven
refusing to report either favorably or
adversely. ._.....
Body Found  in  Inlet.
Vancouver,   Feb.     26.���Late     last
night a body, supposed to be that of
T. G. Guthrie, missing for the past
six weeks, was found floating in the
Inlet.    An Inquest will he held today.
Major Arnold Freed.
Ottawa, Feh. 25.���The charge of
forgery against Major Arnold was dismissed yesterday, the complaining
hank having withdrawn the information.
Post Office Employees Will
Receive Higher Pay in Future
Ottawa,  Feb.   25.���Postmaster Gen- been made that substantial salary   In-
Pral Kudolphe Lemieux announces that creases,are to he   granted    to    mail
a new issue of Canadia^jhinips.    In clerks,    mail    carriers,    sorters    and
honor of the coronation, vvill be offer- stampers.
ed for sale within a few weeks.   Tho      The  date  when  Ihe  increased  pay
design   is   now   being   drawn   up     in will go Into effect  Is not  stated, but
England, It is understood that there will be no
An official  announcement  has also delay.
vie. who described himself as a German engineer, is (dunged with a multiplicity of wives and with defrauding
his victims of considerable money tind
jewelry.
Three alleged alliances have already
been established. According to the
evidence thus far Introduced, the first
of these were formed in San Francisco,
where, on July M, 1906, he is alleged
to bave married a widow named
Louth.
In a more recent case lt Is asserted
that he took his bride to a well known
hotel, and on the day following their
marriage drugged her and decamped
with her jewels aud cash.
To a third victim he is accused of
having represented himself ns an engineer employed by the Standard Oil
company.
"AB SUK, AB SUK"
IS CRY OF HUNGARIANS
been   connected   with
these two bodies.
The late Mr. Hargreaves was about
sixty-three years of age, a widower,
his wife dying about twelve years ago.
He leaves one son, Ewart, of Vancou
ver. For many years deceased was
toll collector on the Fraser river
bridge, and previous to his appointment followed the trade of a painter.
Count Albert Apponyi is Unpopular Person With Chicago Socialists
AU PRAIRIE HOMESTEADS   |
HAVE NOW BEEN TAKEN UP
Twenty  Million Acres of Governmert
Lands  Pre-empted  and  Proved
Upon in Last Two Years.
Montreal, Feh. 24,���F. T. Griffin. C.
''��� '<��� land commissioner at Winnipeg,
wlm is on a visit to the headquarters
In Montreal, states that within the
last two years 20,000,000 acres Of government lands have been taken up as
homesteads and pre-emptions.
The result Is that the last block of
n"11 prairie lands in the west avail-
111,11 far homestead entry and pre-emp-
Mon has now been practically taken
11,1 Wd future homesteaders will have
'" "'s<irt to the partially wooded lands
'" the northern and outlying districts
"r will have to purchase from the rail-
wiiv . ,.-,j ���
Thi
companies   und   ether   holders.
R is bound to mean a further   in
crp��se in the value of the land.
Funeral of Mrs. W. B. Townsend.
The funeral of the late Mrs. W. B.
Townsend, relict of ex-Mayor Towns-
end, who occupied the chief magistrate's chair of this city fifteen years
ago, was held hero yesterday afternoon and though the ranks of friendship circles had diminished in the long
period elapsing in the interval, there
weie many present from Westminster
at the obsequies^ whilst the. mourneis
from Vancouve" where Mrs. Towns-
end had resided since the demise of
her husband, were representative
Canon d'Kasum, assisted by the Re.'.
Mr Chadwick, St. Paul's, Vancouver,
conducted the services which were of
an impressive nature, both at Holy
Trinity cathedral and tit the graveside.
The" pall hearers were James Ilar-
vev T J. Armstrong, C. G. Major, T.
Gray, II. Morey and W. T. Cooksley.
The floral Offerings were many, those
who sent flowers being: Gladys and
Anthony, sheHf; Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. and Miss J. Phillips, Mr
and Mrs. CookSIey, Mrs. Edward Phillips and family, Mr. and Mrs. White
and Edith, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Burnett,
Ida L. Marshall, William Tomlinson,
Mrs. E. S. Scotiller, Mrs. W. A. Munro,
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Parish, James Wise
and famllv, Mrs. Dickson and family,
Margaret and Toddy Tisdale, Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Townsend, sprays.
superintend the erection of the church
which will be up-to-date in every resi eet an.l which will accommodate
live hundred worshippers in the main
sanctuary. A number of smaller anterooms will make provision for the
holding of the various meetings which
take place from time to time. I
Mr.   Hooper,   of   Vancouver,   whose _        . ,   _i   .   ,
plans   were   adopted   by   tl.e  trustees, Canada s Trade Increas.ng.
stipulates that cement blocks will he I Ottawa. Feb. 24.���The trade of
used throughout the structure and Canada for January showed an in-
tbat folding doors, which will divide I "e*se ��f five millions over January,
the larger rooms in the basement, may I ��10; For ���� first ten months of the
permit, on the occasion of some festi- fiscal vear ll was W%481,07��, an in-
val. of one large hall. Rev. F. S- ��*"��� of seventy millions compared
Okell, the pastor,  has, by the action ; with t,le same months of the last fiscal j
of the trustees,  carried  out  his  wishj*ear-      	
to have his congregation housed in a
building fitting the importance of the
denomination.
Albany, X. Y��� Feb. 24.���That the
N'ew York stock exchange wiU ba
diiven over into Jersey City or licdw*-
keu If certain legislation now pending here is passed, is the statement
made to the state senate by John U.
MilHturn, counsel for the stock radiance. The bill particularly objected
to is a sweeping one. prohibiting trailing in stocks on a margin for speculative purposes. The hill alms to stop
what are known as "Short sales."
The stock exchange maintains that
it  is impossible to distinguish speculative from investment accounts   sur_J
j that mature margin  trading    is    not
only legitimate, but    it    is the    licit
! ivethod  that  can   be  devised  for    arranging  a   falling  market    and   nre-
| venting panics.
Jn answer to a question as to
whether he regarded such transactions
as gambling, Mr. Millburn told tbe
senate that in the same sense all business is gambling.
WILL STRENGTHEN
CANADA'S RMS
General French's Recom-
mendations in Official Report Will be Carried Out.
CLEARING SNOW IN EAST
IS EXPENSIVE PROPOSITION
Will Erect Exhibition Building.
Nanaimo. Feb. 21.���The NanaimD Montreal, Feb. 25.���The total cost ttt
Pi lltry. Pigeon and Pet Stock society removing the snow from the streets
at a meeting last night decided to this winter amounted to .100,000, Unit
erect permanent exhibition buildings of which sum must be refunded to the
on a site secured recently from the corporation by the Montreal Street
Pawson estate, situated in the very Railway company,
heart of the city. The new building Fifty'thousand dollars bas been e*r-
ls to be large and well lighted, being pended on this work during tbe patst
equipped with a glass roof. three weeks.
"Citizen" Points to Need of
Greater Care in Sanitation
Chicago, Feb. 21.���Differences of
opinion as to what ought to be done
with Hungary, turned Michigan
avenue into a scene of uproar and
riot last nlghl after Count Albert
Apponyi, the Hungarian statesman,
had delivered an address to the united
Hungarian societies in a music hall.
The ineeting itself was turned topsy
turvy by a delegation of Hungarian i
Socialists and Slavs, who had dlstri-|
bated themselves in various parts of
the house. They attempted to drown1
out the speaker, shouting defiance at
I the police and successfully opposed
1 removal from the huilding. Outside
the building were a thousand disappointed men and women who failed to
gain admission to the hall.
t When Count AppoyI left the building to go to llis auto the crowd set up
I a jeering cry, "Ah Suk. Ab St*,"
j which was translated to mean, "down
with him." A small hand of Hungarian Socialists started the cry and
I then it was taken up by GOO voices.
Highwayman Is Dead.
Seattle, Feb. 25.���John Ford, the
highwayman who shot and killed
Patrolman Davis ln a street duel on
Wednesday evening, died early this
morning as a result of the wounds ho
then received. Before dying he asked the nursd to communicnte with his
mother in Cleveland, Ohio.
Famine Relief Fund.
Vancouver, Feb. 25���The committee
In charge of the Chinese famine relief fund will today  cable  $1000  to
Shnnghal.
Ottawa, Feb.  21���"We    intend    to|
carry out Sir John French's report so
far as  the whole force of Canada is
concerned, perhaps not as rapidly as,
we  would  like, but    not  less rapidly
than we have been progressing in this
department in the past seven   or eight
years.   The artillery will he Increased
to the strength  It  should  have    and
the cavalry and Infantry also.    Neces-.
sary   armament   will  be supplied    as
rapidly as possible and divisions made
as the general's report  suggested."     I
This announcement, made by Sir
Frederick Horden, minister of militia
and defence, to the annual meeting
of the Canadian Artillery association
in the committee rooms of the Housa
of Commons yesterday afternoon,
elicited prolonged cheers and enthusiasm from members. Sir Frederick
said that the report had been eminently pleasant reading to him insofar
as the artillery of Canada was concerned, and he thought should be very
satisfactory to tbe militia as a whole.
General French haa not considered
in his report nnd had not heen expected to do so, difficulties existing
in Canada ns regards the forming o
regiments, the getting of officers and
men, etc. He had been expected to
report on the force as he found it, as
a unit ready to take the field, and
he had done so.
The necessity of exercizing care in
connection with the present outbreak
of bubonic plague in China, even
though this country is thousands of
miles away, and which was pointed
out In an article In the Daily News
yesterday morning, is further borne
out by the following letter, written by
a citizen who has had considerable
experience with epidemics in the
past:
Contingent for Coronation.
Ottawa, Feb. 25.���The Canadian
military contingent for the coronation
will sail from Quebec on the Empress
of Ireland on June 3, returning on
June 30.
Editor Daily News:
Sir,���Some weeks ago   the    public
was thrown into an excited state by
the announcement that smallpox had
broken out  in several of the smaller
towns In the district, and within certain limits such excitement was justified.    Without wishing for a moment
to be in anywise hysterical, I think tne
announcement contained in your paper
this morning is one of grave import
and deeply concerns the public safety
and  that  therefore steps should Immediately be taken to have all letters
and packages coming from China bv
mail, express or freight    thoroughly
fumigated   and   disinfected   as   otherwise, while living in a state of fancied
security    from    the    dread    bubonic
plague,  which  is    killing    thousands
daily in China, we may at any moment,
owing to the arrival of infected mail
or  goods  have   this  terrible  disease
gaining a foothold among us.   To any
one who is acquainted with the awful
ravage!   that   this   dread   pestilence
has caused ln India, this is a matter
of    the     gravest     Importance    and
no steps can be too stringent to guard
the public  health  from  the  importa
tion of the plague into our country.
We learn, that the plague has already
spread into Russia, so the danger is
by no means an imaginary one, and UK
me here say, that, not alone should
disinfection of all mall, goods and persons  coming  from   China  be carried
out carefully, but furthermore all our
cities and  towns should be careruUy
examined  and  all   uncleanliness    removed therefrom.    Right in our city
here there are, I understand, a numher
of residences, etc., the back yards aurJ
sanitary departments of which are in
an  uncleanly  condition and the sanitary arrangements of many of these
houses are of such an antiquated and
obsolete character that it is practically  impossible to  keep them in that
condition of cleanliness, which is ewe
of the best antidotes to the spread -o?
diseases  to which class the bubmrfc
plague undoubtedly belongs.   I therefore venture to suggest that the municipal  councils  throughout the    province in general, and our own council
in particular ought to, without defcsy.
tnke up this matter and    put    their
houses, so to speak, Jji order so the*
we may not. offer a congenial rcatheg
place  for  the  plague  should  ft    mt-
fortunately come,   ln this direction It.
appears to me that a house to bowse
inspection of every house in onr e*y
should be forthwith Instituted and an
due measures taken, where required.
to have strict cleanliness and preper
sanitation enforced.
To some I may appear as an alarmist, but would say that in justfflcifkai
of my calling attention to tbfs matte.-
that having had actual experience erf
what fearful ravages Asiatic chofira
can inflict, 1 feel it ray duty to raise
a warning voice ln time.
CITIZEV.
New Westminster, February 24,19ML
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$1(150.    Terms.
WANTED���SITUATION BY YOUNG
girl to care for children or housework.   Hox 7, Daily News-office?---
WANTED ��� A TEAMSTER, APPLY
Walsh Sash and Door factory.
(B) TWELVE LOTS in west end,
$500 each. One-third cash, balance
six and twelve months.
A FEW GOOD BUYS
LULU ISLAND waterfrontage on main
channel within city limits. 350 feet
at $30 per foot.
LADY WANTS TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms, close to Koyal avenue. -
(C) FIVE LOTS on Sixteenth street
and Seventh avenue. $3700. Terms
one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months.
WANTED���FURNISHED ROOM FOR! (D) GOOD modern six roomed house,
young man; must be close in.
16 Daily News office.
Hox
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3500. $000 cash,
balance over two years.
WANTED���AT THE WALSH SASH
and Door factory, shingle sawyers
Apply at once.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
ents who wish to purchase five or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance ou
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 680.
(E) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street and 165 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,
balance over five years at 7 per
cent.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New Westminster
TWO CLEARED LOTS on north side
of Dublin street, between Eighth
and Tenth streets, for $650 each.
TWO LAKGE LOTS on Archer street,
Sapperton,    lor   $275 each.    Name
vour own terms.
Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Dickinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. M. M
English, Mr. and Mrs. Sutherland.
Judge and Mrs. lloway, Mr. and Mrs.
Diamond, Mrs. Ghynor, Mr. and Mrs
Coulthard, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. A. Malins, Miss
Corbould, Miss Perdue, Miss MacGowan and Miss Peele.
FOUR ROOMED COTTAGE on Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth on full
sized lot, for $1600. $400 will handle
this, the balance arranged.
SIX ROOMED HOUSE with basement, chicken house and fruit, on
Seventh avenue and Eighteenth
street near B. C. E. R. cut-off. Price
$1600.    Cash $500, balance easy.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office,	
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH,     IM-j
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity  of New   Westminster.      Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
FOR  SALE.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH avenues
(west end), lots in commanding
position, each 55x132, lane at rear,
convenient to car;. $750 each; one-
third cash.
MODERN   SEVEN   ROOMED   HOUSE
with thoroughly improved grounds
on St. George street. $4200. Cash
$1000.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED HOUSE
on Eighth street, between Third and j
Fourth avenues. Price $1600, furniture included. One-quarter cash,
balance on easy terms. House now
bringing in $20 monthly rent. Apply
311 Knox street, Sapperton.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;   for quick sale, $120.
CITY���Fine cleared block in heart of
city, 220x130, affording lucrative investment; $8350; terms.
COQUITLAM���Five acres on Clarke
road, part cleared, remainder now
being logged, level and dry; $600 per
acre: easy terms.
Society
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cotton left   on
I Mondav for a short visit in Victoria.
...
I     Mrs. Creighton left on Friday    for
I Fanning Island.    She expects to    be
away two months.
I ...
I Mr. Hannlngton, of Vancouver, spent
I the week end with his daughter, Mrs.
I Lawford Richardson.
A most enjoyable progressive euchre
was given by Mrs. Charleson on Tuesday   afternoon    when   eleven    tables
were arranged.    The hostess was as-
sistol in receiving hy tier sisters, Mrs.
Yuengling and Mrs. Collins    (Vancouver).   Others helping at the tea hour
were    Mrs.    Brydges,    Miss    DeWolf
Smith, Miss Josephine    Martin,    Miss
Muriel Cot;on.  Miss Alma Lewis and
Miss Vidu I.ca;'\\.    Mrs. J.  R. Grant
won  t'ie  (It'tM   prize,  Mrs.  Beatty  the
lone hand, and  Mrs. Totten the consolation.    Others   present   were   Mrs.
Bole, Mis  Vln; \ ey. Mrs. English, Mrs.
W  J  Aimstn.ng, Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs.
Wolfenden, Mrs   G   D. Brymner, Mrs.
MacGowan,    Vis   Swinford    (Vancouver), Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mrs. James
Brymner.  Mrs.  G.   B,  Corbould,  Mrs.
Gaynor,   M "s.   T.   J.  Armstrong,   Mrs.
Drew,   Mrs.   Pearson,   Mrs.   Cornwall,
Mrs. Henderson.    Mrs.    Payne,    Mrs.
Crelghton,   Mrs.   Ardagh,   Mrs.   Doyle,
't Mrs. Hosmer, Mr". Gracey, Mrs. Rich-
Hudson,  M.x.   Martin,  Mrs.   Hill,  Mrs.
j Coulthard,  Mrs. Charles Gordon, Mrs.
H. Gordo i.  Mrs.  Allen    Grant,    Mrs.
1 Beatty, M'.t. Briggs, Mrs. Leamy, Mrs.
i Gauvreau, Mrs. J. S. Clute, Mrs. C. B.
McAllister, Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, Miss
! Phillips, Mrs. J. J. .Jones, Mrs. Henry
j Edmonds,   Mrs.   Annandale   and   Mrs.
Neville Smith.
Mr. and  M
rs.
D.
S. Curtis
left
on
T
tesday   for
a
two  months'
trip
to
C
ilifornia.
BURNABY���Double corner 132x165,
light clearing, in Edmonds water
supply system; $1200; one-quarter
cash; balance six, twelve and eighteen months.
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Edmonds water system���streets be-
ins opened. Each lot 66 by 242 or
over, with frontage on two streets.
Al soil. $450 and $462.50; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve andj
eighteen months, lf you want one
tome today. D. C. Patterson, Ed-!
monds. I
FOR SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAUTl-j
fully located and entirely cleared j
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small pay-|
ment. down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
1108 Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365, or 613 Columbia street, New Westminster,
Telephone GST.
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOR   PORT |
Mann workmen;    comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front
street, City.
PORT KELLS���Six acres of good soil,
three acres cleared, two slashed and
burned, with log house close to main
road, railway, church and school;
$2100; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months; or would exchange
for city property.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
Mrs. C. Balmer McAllister entertained at a most delightful dinner party
i on Thursday evening.
...
|     Mrs.   Swinford,  of   Vancouver, was
i the guest of Mrs. Corbould during the
week.
...
Mrs. Lawford Richardson entertained  at    the.    Fortnightly  Bridge  club
on Mondav evening.
���    .    .
Mrs. J. S. Clute has returned from
Victoria where she was visiting Mrs.
C. J. Fagan.
*    *   *
Mrs. Collins, of Vancouver, spent a
few days here with her sister, Mrs.
Collins.
P. PEEBLES
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD WATCH, EN-
graved with owner's name in full.
Please return to Mrs. Thornber,
post office building, and receive reward.
LOST ���LARGE WHITE ENGLISH
fetter dog, black patch over eye;
nnswe-s name cf Zeno. Anyone
found harboring same after this notice v ill be prosecuted. Finder
please return cog to A. E. Kellington, Northern Ctown Bank.
FOR SALE���Seven roomed house,
modern, lot 66x132, twelve splendid
fruit trees. Price $3500; $1000 cash,
balance one, two, three and four
years at 7 per cent.
FOR SALE���The prettiest cottage in
New Westminster city. Double corner, close to Columbia street. Price
$5200. Terms, quarter cash, balance one, two and three years at '���'
per cent.
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Finance Agent
Accident and Fire Insurance.
623 Columbia St.,  New  Westminster.
FOUND.
FOUND���BROWN   TERRIER   WITH)
chain   attached.    Owner  can   have
same   by   paying   expenses.   Apply
706 Columbia street, city.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
WHY  PAY   RENT WHEN  YOU CAN
HAVE YOUR OWN HOME ON THE
SAME TERMS, AS FOLLOWS:
HOUSES FOR SALE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
SIX roomed modern bungalow, furnace, etc.; price only $2500; on easy-
terms.   This is a snap.
FIVE roomed cottage close to car, lot
66x132; price $2450; on small cash
payment, balance to suit you.
EIGHT roomed modern house, on car
line; price $3250; $600 cash, balance
$20 per month, Including Interest.
SEVEN roomed new house, close In,
must he sold quick; price $3000;
terms spread over three years. This
is a good buy.
FIVE roomed bungalow, just finished,
on car line; price only $2100; $500
cash, balance arranged.
THESE are only some of many good
snaps wllich we have for sale.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.    Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and
' Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
6:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
Two trips per month, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO  HARDY    BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
S:30 a.ra Ever Monday morning 0NE lot ��n "'riboro street, all clear-
LOTS.
TWO   large   lots  beside  new  school;
price $450 each, on easy terms.
TEN lots all cleared, good location:
price for a short time $350 each;
$50 cash, balance $10 per month.
Miss Leighton, or Vancouver, who
has been the guest of Miss Marion
Martin for some time, returned home
cn Thursday.
...
Mrs. C. B. McAllister and Miss
McRae returned early in the week
from a fortnight's stay at the Empress, Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris, of Kamloops,
who have heen staying at the Russell
for the past month, left on Wednesday
for California.
a    .    ���
Among those contemplating a trip
to England for the coronation are Dr.
and Mrs. Drew, Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Pearson and Mrs. Coverdale Watson
and family. *
.     a     a
Mr. Dixon Howe, wl'o has severed
his connection with the Bank of Toronto, left, for his home in Toronto last
Saturday.
��� ���   ���
Miss Briggs entertained at. two
tables of bridge on Monday evening,
the players being Mr. and Mrs. James
Brymner, Mrs. Yuengling, Miss Corbould, Mr. Cornwall, Mr. O'Brien, Mr.
Eddy, Mr. Beatty and Mr. Shannon.
*   *   *
Mr. Jack Aldous, of the Dominion
bank, Winnipeg, has been transferred
to the Vancouver branch. Mr. R. W.
H. King, also of that city, will leave
shortly to assume the management of
the Eastern Townships bank in Victoria.
* a   a
All lovers of the classic "Cranford"
have a treat In store for them next
Tuesday evening when an adaptation
in three acts of Mrs. Gadskell's story ,
will be given in St. Patrick's hall by j
Miss  Lillian   Burns and  members of
the Browning club.   It was given last
spring at the residence of Dr.  Drew |
and was so thoroughly enjoyed by all ���
present that the club has heen asketl |
to  repeat   it  in  a large  place  where
till who wish may enjoy it.   The members taking part in the play are Mrs.
T. R. Pearson, Miss Burns, Miss Ethel
Datiphinee,   Miss   Drew,   Miss   Laura
Watson, Miss   Laid la w,   the   Misses
Briggs, Miss Villa Hall and Mr. Angus
McColl.   The first part of the program
will comprise some very entertaining
readings by Miss Burns, the numbers
being "The Happy Prince," by Oscar
Wilde, with incidental music by Liza
Lehmann, Mrs. Pearson at the piano.
IN A BRIDE'S HONOR.
The  Misses  Leamy entertained  for
Miss Cotton on Monday afternoon at a
i tea and shower, the bride receiving
many   very   beautiful   handkerchiefs
| from each guest present. Mrs. J. II.
Diamond and Mrs. E, N. Sutherland
presided at the tea table, which was
brightly decorated with daffodils. The
! guests included Mrs. .1. H. Jones, Mrs.
Yuengling,   Mrs.   G.   Bruce   Corbould'
Mrs.    Ardagh.     Mrs.    Doherty.     Mrs.;
Doyle,   Miss   Corbould.   Miss   Perdue
(Winnipeg), Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss
Nora  Armstrong, the  Misses    Lewis.'
the Misses Brown,   Miss   MacGowan,
Miss   Peele,   Miss   Josephine   Martin,
Miss DeWolf Smith, the Misses Briggs
and Miss Keary.
.    .    *
Miss Josephine Martin gave a bright
tea and miscellaneous shower on
Thursday afternoon for Miss Cotton
and her friends. There was much excitement over a geographical contest.
Miss Briggs being the lucky winner of
the highest score. Mrs. Coulthard
carried off the consolation prize. The
tea tahle was laid in the dining room
and was centred by a great cluster of
red carnations and asparagus fern.
Pouring tea and coffee were Mrs,
Ardagh and Mrs. Sutherland. The invitations included Mrs. Bole, Mrs.
Mallns, Mrs. Coulthard. Mrs. Doyle,
Mrs. Doherty, Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. Ackney,
Mrs. Diamond. Mrs. Ardagh, Mrs.
Brydges, Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. Gracey,
Mrs. Rant. Mrs. Lathamv Mrs. Marshall English, Mrs. Bruce Corbould,
Mrs. Cambie, Miss Cotton, Miss M.
Cotton, Miss Corbould, Miss Perdue,
Miss Briggs, Miss N. Briggs, Miss
Freeze, the Misses Leamy, Miss
Brown, Miss DeWolf Smith, Miss Annandale, Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss
Alma Lewis. Miss McBride and Miss
MacGowan.
Tuesday evening Mrs. G. E. Corbould and Miss Corbould gave one of
the jolliest events of the week for
Miss Cotton and Mr. Russell. Military
euchre was played, Italy finally winning the most flags. The players at
this table were Mrs. Collins (Vancouver). Miss Briggs, Miss Alma
Lewis, Mrs. Marshall English, Mr.
Shannon and Mr. McColl. England
was poorly defended, receiving the
fewest flags. At this table were Mrs.
Brydges, Mrs. Ardagh, Miss Cotton,
Mr. Russell, Mr. Diamond and Mr.
Cornwall. Fighting for the different
countries caused keen excitement and
was most enjoyable.    After    a    very
(Continued on Page Three.)
"Je&Tin\e Talks.
The Healthf ulness of Tea
Physicians who often forbid the use of Coffee
and Cocoa to the well, prescribe tea for the sick.
Of the three, tea is the only beverage that can
be drunk for a lifetime without injurious effects.
It is a harmless tonic���a gentle stimulant without
reaction.
As tea is the most desirable beverage, so
"Salada" is tea in its most desirable form.
"Salada" Ceylon Tea comes from tea plant
to tea pot untouched by human hands, from the
time the leaves fall into the picker's baskets.
Its delicate aroma and delicious flavor are perfectly preeervod ia sealed, air-tight packages.
Atk your crocer for " Salad." Tea or ��end
for ��� free trial packate which maltci u
c*s��*a of delicioue tu. We will mail it to
yam without charge. Sav whether you um
Black, Mixed or Green Tea and the pric*
you pay per pound.
The "Salada" Tea Co.
32 Yongo Street Toronto
Yeariy Sale. Over
20.000.000 Packara
Corduroy
PANTS
We
line  of
sell
at
bought a
Corduroys to
$4.50; they did not
come as ordered. We
held the company up
for a discount and got
it. We clear the entire
lot at
$335
PAIR
Fawn color, with belt
loops and three inch
cuff at bottom. Now
these will soon be sold,
so see that you get a
pair.
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
671  Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
LOT on Hamilton street; $850, on easy
terms. I
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
���CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
��� Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
ed; only $850, on easy terms.
���i        ni.       ���...   - .i ���    -���������������    ******    ��� ��� ������
DOUBLE corner on Thirteenth street,
all cleared, 132 feet square; price
for a few days $2500; on easy terms.'
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
< ��� IN ���
I THE  DAILY NEWS.
A very happy wind-up to an un
usually gay week was the dance given
in St. Patrick's hall on Friday evening by Dr. and Miss DeWolf Smith.
The guests were received at the en
trance to the hall, Miss Smith wearing
a most becoming mauve satin gown.
The stage was profusely decorated
with palms and cut flowers and afforded a most pleasant place to sit for
'. ~ZZ _, ..     '    .       , ',   iT7n�� ! those who did not care to dance. Hush
LOT on Sixth street; price only $1600,  .���,��� orche8tra furnl8lled the music in
on easy terms. | their usual manner, each number be
ing brightly rendered. Supper wad
served at twelve o'cloclf, the table being bright with candles and flowers.
Dancing was enjoyed' until an early
hour and the guests all pronounced It
one of the jolliest dances of the sea
son. The guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mr.1 and Mr*.
Charleson, Mr. and Mrs. Gracey, Mr.
and Mrs. James Brymner, Mrs. McColl, Mr. and Mrs. McAllister, Mr. and
Mrs. Brydges, Mr. and    Mrs,   J.    H.
IF YOU want to get a cheap lot call
in and look over our listings.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
J        Phones 703.    Residence L611.
, Real Estate  and   Insurance Agencies.
i    Auctioneers, etc.   Money to Loan.
| Walker Block, Columbia Street, New
Westminster.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
Good Values in Good Beds
Five only full size Iron Beds, four styles,, in nice attractive designs. Heavy
brass filling and trimmings, strongly constructed and well finished. Regular values to $18.00.   Our price, each	
We have springs and mattress to fit these Beds from $4.75 (for spring mattresses)  up to
$11.00
.$18.25
$26.00
Complete with Restmore Mattress and our best spring���two only���bright and
satin finish.   This has been a Very popular bed and the price, well, it speaks
for itself.   Price each complete	
A small deposit will hold one of these Beds until you require It.   Is It worth while saving the difference .
Pick one out before too late.
Galloway & Lewis
We Furnish Your Home for Less
Phone 829. 401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911.
THE DAILV NEWS.
,  ,.,   BUCKLIN,
pres, and Geni. Mgr.
N. B1ARDSLBB,
Vice-President.
W. F. II. BUCKLIN',
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
fir,
LUMBER  CO., LTD.   .
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale Dealers in
Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Shingles,  Sash,  Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
fIVE THOUSAND WIVES
WANTED IN THE WEST
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
Canadian Northern Steamships is to Carry Officer
Known as "Ship's Mother
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.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE)���NEW WE3T-
mlnster Board of Trade meets in tn��
board room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnim
thursday of February, May, August
and November, at w p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thurstlay ot
February. N'ew members may t><*
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. c. ML
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
'    !
Clearance Sale
OF
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
J. BIRTCH
tite House 617 Columbia Street
Jewelry
fp-to-date line of Solid
(Gold Jewelry at ... .
Thomas Howell arrived from Canada a few days ago in search of 5000
wives for the sin. le farmers and
mechanics of the great northwest,
i says a London, Kngland, despatch In
j the New Vork Herald. This Canadian
I "Davvy," continues the Herald, speak-
! Ing for army of "Bark ises," says the
j English lassies will have the choice
I of 50,000 bachelors, SI),000 of whom
own their farms and the rest of whom
are mechanics and artisans in the
smaller towns.
Mr. Howell, hy the way, makes the
Interesting announcement tbat as a result of his marriage mission the Canadian Noithern steamships will in future carry a woman officer, who will
he known as the "ship's mother." She
will take orders direct from the captain and rank next to hlm. A special
uniform is being designed for her with
three gold braid rings on Ler sleeves
In the approved naval style. She will
take her meals in the saloon at the
captain's table and he in command of
her own stuff of assistants.
The women who will fill these positions  have  already   heen  chosen, and
their names have been submitted for
the approval of.the  National  Council
I of Canadian Women.
'lhe duty of the "ship's mother" will
be to see to everything affecting thc
comfort and well being of the women [
passengers. She will have the fullest
powers and he entitled to enter any
��� woman's cabin at any hour of tiie day
j or night.
Fred Salter, European manager
j of the Grand Trunk railway, says:
i "Western Canada is full of men who
1 are willing to become the best hua-
i bands English girls could wish for.
' These men ate a line type, many of
i them college bred. Knglish girls must
not think that the Canadian farmer is
a big, rel-shirted, bearded man. with
beetling brows, and whose clothes
luistle with bowie knives and revolvers. (Jn the contrary, they ate decent, hard-working, thrifty, ambitious
::ti<1 the I.est physical si ecimen. in the
world."
"It is hard to understand why Canadians must ct:tne so fur atield for wi /fea
when there are hundreds of thousands
of bright, beautiful American girls,
full   of   life  and    intelligence.   In    the
# I manufacturing centers of the   l'nited
J    States,   all   waiting   to   be    asked    by
��� thc'.-e C;<n;i'!ian Bar. ises," comments
tlte Derail. "The only conclusion that
can be drawn is that this is another
development of the 'imperial preference' 1 ollcj .    What ho!"
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
nre held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets;
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; VV.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,  MANAGER.
Saturday, February 25
PROFESSIONAL.
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, N'ew Westminster, I). C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
������ -
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston, barristers nnd solicitors.
Westminster Trust Hlock, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
OVER A YEAR IN
NEW YORK
��
SIX MONTHS IN
CHICAGO
THE SOUTHERN GIRLS
IN THE
Wm. A. Brady
and
lo��,R. Grlsmer
Present It
Comedy Record Breaker,
A GENTLEMAN FROM
Chambeiiin's
THE
JEWELER
Official   C. P. R'y Time Inspector
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RUBEROI0
1  R00FINC ***���
STANDARD FOR IS YT4R3
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4
4
4
I
Prices,'$1.50, $1.00, 75c
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville Btreet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. WHealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND  ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trtipp hlock.
STENOGRAPHY    ��.    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, husiness letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columhla St.
FREEMAN" BUNTING, ROOM 2��
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box (594.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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THE   DAILY   NfeWS.
Society, Continued.
iContinued from Page Two.)
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YOifcAYDRIVE'-' BUT YOU CAN7"'
carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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dainty  supper had heen    served    the
bride-elect w-is   the   recipient   of   a
kitchen  shower from the ladies present." while Mr. Russell was presented
with many usetal and tasteful articles
bj    the    gentlemen,    causing    much
amusement.    The guests included Mrs. t
Swinford   I Vancouver),   Mr.  and   Mrs.
Charleson.   Mr.   and   Mrs    Doyle,   Mr
and     Mrs.   Brydges,    Dr.    and    Mrs.
Doherty, Mrs. Yuengling, Mr. and Mrs.
Eddy.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Sutherland,  Mr.
and .Mrs. J. R. Grant. Mr. and Mrs. G.
Bruce   Corbould,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Dia
mond.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Marshall   English.   Miss  Perdue     (Winnipeg),    the
Misses  Briggs,   Miss  MacGowan, "Miss
Peele,  the  Misses  Brown.  Miss  Nor*
Armstrong.  Miss  DeWolf Smith, Miss
Alma Lewis, Miss Freeze, Miss Muriel
Cotton, the Misses Leamy, Miss Josephine    Martin.    Miss    McBride, .Mr.
Shannon, Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Selery, Mr.
Keid   Mr   Ironsides, Mr. Cornwall, Mr.
Beatty,   Mr.   Ballock.  Mr.   Motherwell,
Mr   Smith,  Mr. Turner,    Mr.  Sperry,
Mr  Tuck, Mr. Leslie. Mr. Markam. Mr.
fcngUB McColl, Mr. Sholto McColl.
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Thursdav  Mrs. J.  H. Jones gave t
verv smart luncheon for Miss Cotton.
covers    heing    laid    for    ten.    The
luncheon  tahle  was centred  hy  most
lovelv    daffodils    and    violets.    The
guests   were   Mrs.   Sutherland,   Miss
Cotton   Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Cor-
! bould   Miss Freeze, Miss Keary, Miss
Lewis.   Miss   Briggs   and   Miss   Nora
i Armstrong.
.   .   .
Mrs. G. D. Brymner was the hostess
1 in Miss Cotton's honor on Wednes lay
1 ' . fternoon when she entertained at six ,
i' , tables of bridge.   The ones having the
'' ! highest  score  at each  table  received ;
��, I a   prize  of   four   small   brass   shells,!
I while  the  highest score of  the com-
j bined tables won a special prize, which
WSs a large brass shell, and Miss Per-
due  (Winnipeg), was    the    fortunate
EYE3 TESTED BY GRADUATE     ���   player.     Miss   Cotton   was  also   pre-,
tT"  ' ��� hunted with a large brass shell.    The
�����>��<�� ***���.   prices   at   the   different   tables   were
 __       TTTTniJ^ I won   by   Mrs    F.   J.   Coulthard.   Mrs.
*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**"     +   Guvnor".  Miss  Briggs,    Miss    Perdue.
Miss Martin and Miss DeWolf bmith.
The other guests were Mrs. Gauvreau.
Mrs    Brvdues,  Mrs.  James  Brymner.
Mrs   Yuengling,    Mrs.   Gaynor,    Mrs.
Greame,  Mrs.  T.  J. Armstrong, Mrs
..Richardson,   Mrs.   Gracey,   Mrs.   Gor-
I   don    Mrs.   Hibbert  Dart,  Mrs.  J.   S.
< i   Clute   Mrs.  Sutherland,  Miss  Briggs,
��� t Miss  Muriel  Cotton,    Miss Corbould,
Miss Nora Armstrong, Miss Leighton,
WESTMINSTER OPERA MOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY
March
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Razors, Strops, Barber
Supplies,  Etc.
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John P. Slocum presents
AT
\RyaWs Drug Store
X
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STORE, BANK CITTINnS '������
AND   OFFICE Till IJNUO
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SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
��� J. BROOKES, Proprietor
I   ^ORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Cerllne.
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HOSPITAL
Westminster P��'vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases nccepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu.,
lars npnly to Hospital. ���"-'"���
phone 755.
Te!*
With a better cast than ever, including
the old favorites
Texas Guinan, Mme. Vanity
and Harry Hermson
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PRICES THE SAME AS BEFORE
$1.50, $1.00, 75c. 50c.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2
5, 1911.
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Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie
Streets.
MARKET
REPORT
and    Victoria
1| QUEEN OF ACTRESSES
PRAISES PE-RU-NA
J
A. paige Managing Director
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
EARNING THEIR $3500.
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It is certainly strange, if not amusing tnat the Columbian should have
waited for nearly a month after tbe
order for compulsory vaccination was
launched from    Victoria,    until    the
Supply and demand, combined with
the decision of the local hens to lay
a greater number of eggs, was responsible for a slump on this commodity
yesterday at the city market. When
the hen fruit was at low ebb special
consignments came in from Huntingdon and it looked for a brief period
that the price would still drop, but j
the buyers were satislied that enough
damage���to the dealers at any rate���
had heen done for the day and the
market closed at 40 cents, a decrease
of five, and in many cases ten, cents
from the figures of the previous week.
Miss
Julia
  Marlowe
"I am glad to write my endorsement ol the great remedy, Peruna. I
do so most heartily. "-���Julia Marlowe.
Any remedy that benefits digestion
As against the over supply of eggs,  -strengthens the nerves.
The" nerve centers require nutrition.
"r, "' ���_ hpen . fortnight or so talned last week, and this conjecture
.i.iarantJne has been a roriu 6      __   proyed  correct  in    many    instances.
Pork and veal bought at a slight   de-
meat was at commencement weak, and
though the stock looked capable    of  f  if the digestion is impaired, the nerve
meeting all requirements, as the morn- L���*��� ��� ��  ..m.4..   ,na  narvona
ing progressed it was plain that meats
would command the same prices as ob-
meters  become  anemia, and nervous
Viability la the result.
removed, and until the whole question
of vaccination has become a dead letter, to voice its opinion upon this
siuhject, and therewith to deliver a
kind of parental rebuke to its contemporaries who spoke in opposition
crease, but so trivial  as to occasion
no comment.
Northern Sides led the apple market and the showing made by this
specie was a grand one. Top price obtained was $1.40 per box, a high price
Co thc hysterical action of the govern-: at tlllg time 0f tbe season.
ment. If the Columbian had had some-1     Poultry was at starting, weak, but
thing of this
it three weeks ago, when vaccination
was a live question, there might have
been sense in its action.
-"-���-���-- . . -   ���     .. | yme  wr"0Ugjit   the  change,  not,' how-
kind to say and had saia i ^ . ^e ^ rominate dc.lIe,.g who
appeared on the  scene betimes    had
���done a prosperous morning's work.   A
The reason   big change came over the njdces when
f���,.,.-.,r,t   in   this   way   the supply was supplemented by a lot
for  its coming foi ward  in  this   wa     ^.^ jj^ ^ ^.^ ^ ]owering   the
at tbis late period, when the wnoio previous high ,���ices 0i,taining. Taken
subject is dead and practically for' on ()]e ilveI.age, the birds fetched $13
Lrfien, might be puzzling if it were  a dozen.
. ��i,���t thta i�� one of the The supply of general vegetables
not 8Ppnrent that this is one 01 ����|_WM no[ �� escesB of the deraand at
ways in which the Columbian has to ^ Ume and &g & resu]|. . ^^ Tu]^
earn the pap represented at Pr^eni  hjgh     TurnjpSj carr0ts,    onions    and
potatoes were at ail  times strong in
Westmiister
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 1��
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    prompt!)
any part oi t'ae clt;
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPO"
Cardiner & Gardiner
jis far as we know by at least the
sum of $3500.00, with which it Is fed
by the provincial government.
CARELESS   BLASTING.
The serious injuries   sustained   by
tbe little girl, Klsie Gieschen, the other day, in consequence of. the   gross
carelessness of some  person or persons in conducting blasting operations
on   Twenty-second    street,   is,
tnnately, not the flrst accident of the
Wnd which has occurred in this city.
Though the infliction of personal    injuries such as were sustained in this
ixmicular case are not of frequent oc- j
curenc��, many mishaps of a more or
less serious character due to careless
blasting have come to our knowledge.
We heard of quite a number of cases
in which pieces of rock or roots have
been   hurled   through   the   roofs   of
houses, in some cases the   occupants
only   escaping  injury  by  the   barest
chance.
Tlie whole, trouble arises from the
fact that this very dangerous operation is all too commonly performed by
irresj lonsible and incompetent persons. It is time that some regulations
���were made and enforced in regard to
the carrying on of this work, both in
the tity and the outlying districts, so ]
that it may be properly controlled, j
Such regulations exist, we believe, in
Vancouver city, and by their means
several offenders have been brought to
justice, whilst more frequent accidents
bave undoubtedly been prevented.
There is no reason why the people of
tbis district should not be similarly
protected, and we hope the council
and the municipal authorities will
take this matter under early consideration.
the money sense of the term, potatoes
in particular fetching as high as $1.75
per sack.
Fish was brisk from start to finish,!
catches registered    by the    Japanese
mongers calling for and receiving a
big share of the market.
The auctioneers in the live stock de- j
partment exerted themselves in vain
to bring good figures from the buyers,
as in the first place the stock was not
of a startling nature and in the sec-
unfor- on(l. the prospective buyers were absent.
Official   Figures.
Prices recorded were as under:
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. . .10c to 12c
Beef, forequarters, per lb. ...8c to 9c
Mutton, per lb 13c to 14c
Lamb, per lb 14c to 15c
Pork, per lb 12V*c to 13c
Veal, per lb 12c to 12t<.c
Broilers, per doz $4.50 to $5.50
Chickens, per doz $fi to $7
Kggs, per doz., wholesale . .35c to 40c
Kggs, iter doz.. retail  40c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butter, retail, per 11) 35c to 40c
Potatoes, per ton  $30 to $32
Onions, per sack $1.50
Carrots, per sack 75c
Turnips, per sack   75c
Parsnips, per sack  $1
Beets, per sack $1
Apples, per box    75c to $L
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone   13?
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'nes for Ladk-s from 1127
���P.
Silver
|6.00,
Silver     	
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and
Watches. ^^^^^^
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Watches, gents' open fac*
Watches, gents' open case
Elgin
We Have Moved to
OUR     NEW    STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
Sale Close
OUR BIG SALE CLOSES ON
Saturday, March
AT 11 O'CLOCK
EVERY SHOE that is on
the bargain table MUST
BE SOLD. Some will be
sold at cost, others below;
so  get your pair before
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%
2
to  25
and 4
H.  P.
Cycle.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
John Toouey, who was remanded in
the police court last Monday on tho
serious charge of robbery with violence, was up before Judge Howay yesterday morning and elected to take a
speedy trial. He will therefore he
arraigned on Tuesday morning, when
Judge lloway will preside.
Daked pork and beans at the hot
supper Saturday night at St. George's
hall. ������
Duncan, the four days old son of
Captain and Mrs. A. A. MacKenzie, of
Ash street, died yesterday afternoon.
The infant was one of twins born at
the Westminster private hospital on
Tuesday. Tlie surviving baby and
Mrs. MacKenzie are both doing well.
Sons of Scotland���Reception to
Royal Scot Camp, Vancouver, on Tuesday, 28th Inst, K. of P. hall, eight
ii resolution emphatically affirming its o'clock. Members and their friends
determination to preserve intact the  are invited. **
bonds which unite Canada to the Brit- The meml)era 0f the Browning club
ish empire, and the full liberty of Ca- wish it understood that anyone will
natla to control her fiscal policy and be welcome at the recital on Tuesday
Though there has  evening in St. Patricks hall, upon pre-
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
THE   ANNEXATION   ALARM.
There can be no room for any further alarm that the proposed reciprocity arrangement with the United
States will result in annexation. Parliament has now unanimously passed
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu in London, Eng
Iind, New Vork, Ch'cago snd Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available witb
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
slid interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present r��te).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
infernal autonomy.	
been a good ileal of talk about thc
annexation danger during the past
few days, it is very doubtful if any
number of Canadians regarded the
idea seriously. Indeed the most likely
I��t|>le tfl make a stir about this were,
as Hon. W. S. Fielding remarked on
Wednesday, in the House of Commons,
ithrise who are opposing reciprocity.
Ii cm he said with perfect assurance that Canadians as a whole, are
far too loyal in spirit and too deeply
sentation of tickets.
The oriental tea given yesterday
afternoon In the Sunday school room
under the auspices of tlte Mission circle of Queens Avenue Methodist
church proved a good drawing card,
about $2fi being realized for missionary work.
Business men's hot supper wilh plea
like mother used to make, St. George's
hall Saturday night. **
The automobile fire engine ordered
some months ago arrived    yesterday
sensible of their indebtedness to Great  "ntLisLno,w ,���dyvtoJ de�����^'at *he
_ .   . ... C. P. R. freight sheds.   The machine
Britain to entertain any such idea as  wil,  be  unloaded  thls mornlng>
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up   $f,,200,000
Reserve-        6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the 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.
and
that of allowing their beloved land to win he overhauled during the day. On
become merged in the commonwealth Monday morning the auto will be put
of tbe United States.    An altogether  through a severe test.
foolish importance has been given to
the assertions of two or three mem-
bere of the congress in regard to annexation. These must have been
more in the nature of random shots
ithan words charged vwith serious intent, for no one who has taken the
pains to make himself acquainted with
ithe spirit wliich pervades hoth the
Canadian iind Hritish peoples respecting the sanctity of the empire could
for one moment entertain the idea
that anything savoring of the absorption of Canada by the United States is
at. nl'. ; :s;ible.
The corner of Sixth and Agnes
street, including the house on the
propeity, which belonged to A. M.
Herring, has been sold for $26,000
through the firm of McQuarrie Rros.
The lot has a frontage of 132 feet on
each street.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, E.ivetroutjh
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectlng, Cecs
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COAL
RING UP 56  ���
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia nnd Sixth Sts
Telephone 497
Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,   Manager
Slin   Columbia   st.,   west;   opposite    tram     and     government
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Hest quality goods at lowesl
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Goods delivered to any part of the citv.
the sale closes.
W. E. Sinclair
611-613 Columbia Street
n____i__n
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading Co.
I      |   Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIO   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
PL/N     AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New  Westminster 3ox  13'
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 bank-
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Corner  Quarter  Ach
Lot on Edmonds road
$450.00; $100.00 Casi
$15.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building, New Westminstt
mm
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Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500 Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
 ��� 320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
H FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturda,
FOR PRINCE RUPERT 11.30 p.m. Monday
3600 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet lon. , 18Vi knots; sailing froi
Johnson'.   Wharf.
Clone connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart.
SS. "1'rlnce Albert" leaves Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, Km-
eolith. Massett, Skidegate, Jedwny, etc., at noon, March 3rd, 17fc
and Hist. i
He sure your tickets rend via the Grand Trunk Railway .System fn
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Hoston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
For rateB, tickets, time tables, illustrated literature and all Infoil
matlon apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent	
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)    Phone
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
Phone 7100
3060
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
General Agency Transatlantic f-temship Lines.
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company. Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS ipDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOFJ VIVO.
I A. WILSON'S VIEWS AND COMMENTS ON
CURRENT EVENTS IN THE WORLD Of SPORT
Rosing Meree of International Fame, Now Attached to
Daily News Staff, Makes Caustic Comments on Laws
Governing Glove Contests in Canada.--Bob's Strong
on Billiards, Knows Nothing of Bowling, But He's
Willing to Learn.
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A   FOREWORD.
i.\\I)i;i:.   liave   you   ever   been
iljcover'ed? When three months
a medical man told me In
~l0 jay aside  my  pen   for   a
rlod and forget all   about.
work, owing  to   a break-
lioalth. be did no', know his
���     ltl and though 1
K    religiously,
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L��paper
ENY a full-blooded man anything which he feels and knows
ho Is entitled to have and he's
going to gel It by hook or by crook.
I hat's the way I havo always found it.
Many years ago In Scotland���In guid
auld Oleaa' to he precise���the pollce
put the bar upon the boxing game and
what was the result? Hole and cor-
ner bouts, hut classy ones at that. I
have, travelled miles under
the night to attend a
have faithfully,
fol li wed      tho
.   the  time has   been
Cm heavily on my  hands, until
r'lhen 1 feel that I wan; to he up
P] JS    ] had not beert In West-
,ier three days when I was "dis- lowing morning's paper
',     by    a    Canadlai     passing
|C0UftU ���
Lkriricll I'1'1'
a. the referee in some tontesl or
Vii<��� 11 took place in Oftlifornia
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Robert A. Wilson, who has jjined the staff of the Daily News
will contribute a sporting page one a week, from time to time, as
occasion demands, give liis impressions and opinions in these 'columns. Wilson is one of the best known sporting writers of London, England, and as a boxing referee has a big reputation in the
oil country. In the twelve montns prior to his leaving tlie world's
< ;i| ital, he had refereed (1K4 contests, many of these heing international importance, including national amateur championships. In
the l'nited States, east, middle west and on the Pacific slopes, he
ha.s repeatedly been the third man in the ting, being the first Britisher to render decisions in California, Texas and Oregon As lie
writes under his name, the Dally News takes no responsibility for
the opinions expressed.    Criticisms are invited.
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Edinburgh Street
Two fine lots between Henley and
Tenth streets; cement sidewalks;
high and dry.
$950.00 each;  1-3 cash
balance 6 and 12 months
the globe.    It is a joke when time   is  ing after Jack Johnson for the title I
cover of wasted framing laws and money spent Having seen Langford in action   on ;
,,,       ,...:,    .,    , mal':11  J"  'hat; employing judges who hand down de-  four different occasions and being   a
      me "" ,lle C��P* l0<- the fol-1 cislons which are not carried into ef-1 personal friend of the sawed-ofT black '*
feet.    In the l'nited States it is a dlf-,1 would prefer to take the report   ol
ferent   proposition, as each state has  Sam's intentions  with  the proverbial1
Its own laws in which the government! grain of salt.     There
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T.  H.  McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,
B. C.
Phones 646, 661.
wit
r,v mont I;* ago
This
���all:- to mind
| mcldenl during the training
������: , ., li;,; i,iffrles at Rowajdennan,
.. jtorioua Santa Cruz fountains,
Ia I inch ol
loo! sgfor "cop)
"      never  .er.   hard   to   ilni| during
'  and in i lonely
Itat memorable perloc
f'y'
.   |   ��� ,,���\ on a party ol   milters
lia;-"
I;
I'
E
. and the bovs
in blue were not next until thev read
and who recognized the reports in the sheet���and then the
air was blue. Hailed befoie the long
since dead Baillie Jeemes Martin for
aiding and aliening in an affair of this
kind���1 held the watch���I was soundly
roasted for taking part in a "prize
fight" according lo the charge, but 1
icribes were out line day had even then nerve enough to tell the
wliich by pe way. bench that, it was not a light, but a
boxing contest, and after a conviction
the appeal to a higher tribunal turned the tables on the lower courts, and
now look al Scottish bo\ing. Officially recognized clubs and the sport in
a better condition than ever before. A
little over fifteen months when I travelled to Edinburgh from London to
referee the amateur championships,
the (ity council of Auld Reekie granted permission lor Hie meeting to be
held in tin- Synod hall, a building
whjch was specially built for church
conventions! And so, if that is What
the canny Scots, tlie wide-awake
northerners can do why cannot the
people of this new country of Canada'
Honestly  I  believe  from what I  have
aH a body does not in
uie government  grain or salt.     There is no question
"ve- that he is a wonderful ring exponent,
but when he talks about butting into '.
EVERT?  one  who admires   good    his talIer blilck   "'"""dder" he sure is!
clean sport cannot deny that the   ��Ut lookln�� for trouble.    For his size,
profession of boxing is a manly i Ule Nova Scotlan '�� a holy terror, but;
one, calling for all that is hest   In a1 aKilins! I-"' Art.v it would be a case of
participant.   Think for a brief moment! "MorninK. nurse;  tell me how   it all
red" me
Boe of whom "dlscov
i of five years, as thi  tfferee
if ter a
of
rendezvous, Won-
ttat famous boxing
In .laut . ohnson'a
,'. ��� ,U1. Galveston, Tetas, the
;. ..;,,. occurred, tht "dl coverer"
J    . ,.   . ion being pne -if Frank
Blftvin'fl uh'" ,,la'   old-time
;,;'.   ,.  -.       i the old   country���
nsi a few years ago,
\T.KYWilKKi: I lmve   been   in
the L'nlti tl  Statfc,  and   I    have
I
1st;
lr.
I
I -     - doma
1...'    Btrange afti
mc queer parts
lt, therefore,
laving   tor   so
i Intpately mixed up
I. :. i garawf self-defence to
J.. down I ti city thai  lias
Iput the lid down "inly on the noble
|jrt 1 had hi rd latty miles from
here, th I iVesti liter was a great
|co ��� tot ���: \��� bul on my arrival 1 I'm I tbal U lu want to discuss
I; . ��� iitiess, you liave to
>   ���    ouraili ith room, fill in  all
|, rjfes,   extinguish   the
I;.  ��� ai i thei nmlsper the doings of
thi
��lll cer wise,
room and mal
[lores   This is,
| wide of tlie m
I MTe never stru
el? where the
with such deep
right word���as
| toria. Oregoi   ���
��ere against th
that a boxing
could he as eaall
j to a pleasing
pertaining to
sport    I. in U
I Pacific i
otherwise the police
round the aforesaid
some   glorious    cap-
course, a little   bit
k,   but.   honestly,    1
ii town in my trav-
wers  that   be    look
gUBt ���yes, that's the
estminster.    In As-
hoys in blue,   too,
game, but 1 showed
mtest���NOT   fight���
handled and brought
elusion as that   ap-
other   branch   of
Ity, referred   four
fesslonal   champion-
of the training necessary ere a youth
takes i art in a bout from which he
cannot expect to emerge unless he Is
! in the pink of condition. For over
I seven weeks I was attached to the reporting stuff at Jeff ties' camp, prior to
[the Keno engagement, and I would
liave liked had the framers of Canadian lav,s been there with us to see
what the entry into a boxing bout
really meant. I am not at this late
hour going into the condition or want
of condition of the "hope of tlie white
race"���by permission of the 0. S. A.
press���but had my readers seen Jelf
when I introduced him at the National
Sporting club in London five months
prior to bis starting in on a serious
grind, it is safe to say that he would
not have been recognized as the same
man. This as a preface to tlie statement thai a boxer has to be strong of
we cannol  have these sporting events i ,���i���,i  ������,i  ,, ,  ,   ���
the Hm,. i�� t ,i,inL-  ri,     ,    ,   ,   ,i     m"1(1 iU1(i ,l(ul-v; stronger than in any
lujnne  is  I   think   ripe  to test   the   other branch of sport.   Prejudiced peo-
i pie. and I have met a few, tell you
thai it is the crowd that follows the
boxing game that gives it the "black
eye." but I agree to differ, to use an
Irishism. Come with me to my boxing haunts in the old country and see
the swarms which congregate to witness a "go" with the gloves. 'Tis true
that boxing bouts are not church conventions, and therefore, we must not
he as silent as mice, but at the chief
places where t he game holds sway in
England order is more so than dis-
otiler.
'   covered ren mafc thousands of    """���-"���>.'   ���e noi,   wnai i nave
���  . eaving fhe    dear    old   ^'W'    '"   ,lils   **   the   Canadians
i"\i. ���<*,    .en   invari-ihk-   vim   t,0,ii"K- aiul as   the   Canadian
-. enfaftfeS^^
happened." By the defeat of Lang, we
have doubtless heard the last of the
colonial, and no one who follows the
game for its good points will regret
the "back to the woods" sign which ho
now displays. What Lang ever knew i
ahout boxing science he forgot before
he made a public appearance, and lie
is a lucky fellow to get away with a
bunch of money as the loser's end. li
would he a good idea if those at the
top of tlie fistic tree introduced some
rule as an addition to the Queensberry
set which would put a stop to the pay-
lng the losers end of the purse when
that loser fouled liis opponent. This
would be for the good of the game,
und eliminate from the field all those
lemons who get a show and then foul
a genuine tryer after six brief rounds.
Talk about easy money'.
Y
EVERY penalty it is possible to'
Inflict upon a man who intends
a "prize flght" in this Dominion
has been included in the penal code
and nothing short of hanging has
been omitted. Just let us look for a
moment at the exact wording and see
where we're at: "A prize tight means
an encounter or tight with lists or
bands, between two persons who have
met for such purpose, made by or fo"
them." And again: "An exhibition of
lighting with lists or ban.Is, to witness
which an admission lee is charged to
tbe public and at which it is announced tliat lhe stake money will go
to the contestant who knocks out his
opponent in a stipulated number of
rounds is a prize tight within sec. tt'2
i>f the criminal code. Such an exhibition made for gain must be viewed as
T
AKH any sporting crowd; did
you ever see it quiet and still''
If bo, I for one, do not want to
see that branch of athletics. The
whole thing resolves itself into the
question, "does the law of Canada per
mit   HONING CONTESTS?    There is
so far as I have been able to find; no
it appeared or was intended to appear mcntion made of the matter and if thj
to the public and it is no defence that1 twute are controlled bv the Queens-
the participants had merely feigned to, berry rules there is nothing to stop a
tr./.ht        l.'ts now  turn t��� section  I";'.' ron(est   over   a   certain    number    of
rounds being engaged in.   Well might
the sport lovers ask "please, may we
EARS ago, to foul an opponent
did not, as it does now, call for
immediate disqualification and
it is not so very long ago that on the
occasion of the international contest
in London between Battling La Croix,
the French champion, and Matt Wells,
the British champion, 1 got into the
bad graces of a big crowd for ruling
the Frenchman out, as he struck the
Knglishmah whilst the latter was on
the ground. A London boxing spec-
tutorate is mighty hard to satisfy and
terms of anything but endearment
were hurled at me for the stand which
1 took on Ihat occasion. The onlookers would not stand for me refereeing
the ensuing bout, and called my good
friend Eugene Corri, who was in the
house. This the management would
not stand for. I was a paid official
and 1 had to carry out my agreement.
Just when everything looked blackest,
R. P. Watson, one of England's greatest authorities on matters fistic,
jumped Into the ring and explained
that he some years previous had been '
responsible for the introduction into
the rules of the clause dealing with:
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the introduction of this clause is the land  tumble  merchant, with  no   sem-
right thiug.    Bert Fletcher has   done i blance to science, and if he should get
much  to  put  the  game  on  a   strong! to the top of the ladder, it will be by
footing here and he deserves every en-j a  display  of strength and  not   those
couragement from those who take up! attributes  which  have  gone  to make
the ivory   I for that matter of it com-   the boxing game the grand sport it 13
position!  ball game.    As a   relaxation' at  this  time.    What  Moran  with   his
from the day's labor, there is nothing 1 straight lefts and hooked rights wouLl
better, and with good clean   manage- j not do to the native son of the Gold-
ment  the   pastime  is  one   that   hasten West would be a shame.    Do not
every good feature.   If you can show   think I am standing up for the Engine a wreck of a man who is no good! lishman just because he is an English-
to himself or to anybody else, and that! man.    I have been with so many dif-
condltion has been brought about by j ferent  nationalities as  third  man  in
his proficency at the game of billiards   the squared ring that nations cut no
or the time spent, I will give in and; ice with me when it comes to a show-
say   "close  down  these   places,"  but, down.   1 have often been asked which
like the man from Missouri, you've got j contests  1  prefer  to  rule   over,   and
to show me.    Billiard requires nerve,' without hestitation I lean to the "coon
clear eyesight, a steady hand and oth-
other attributes which a ne'er do well
has not only not got, but never could
get. Now then, detractors, answer
that.
he allowed to breathe?"
and this will put our case on a better
footing. This reads as follows: "A
sparling match with gloves under
Queensberry, or similar rules, given
merely as an exhibition of skill and
without any intention to fight until
one is incapacitated by injury or exhaustion is not a prize fight; to consti-   ..,..,,., ,
1 piize fight there must have been   . ovho��^ foo^all, is, I am pleased   to
HURRAH for the greatest press
agent  boxer in the world, Battling Nelson!   There were many
at the ring side   in   San   Francisco,
the     disqualification     for     a     blow, .-.,.,,
whether    Intentional    or    otherwise, i wI��fn Owen Moran, the nifty Britisher,
when a man was down.   This at once   whipped the Dane, and it is safe   to
lute
Whips and eacttiaBsed off without a
pdtch. ll was 1,it when tlie promoters
thought they jw   easy    and    shady
money that 1 It  a stop to it, and  I
am told thai nJ- the sport ts in a bad
I *��>' in that Cfgon town over which
'he dear old Inion Jack once flut-
j tered. Only <fe was there any kind
jo' a dlsturliale, and that, when the
|:Sherifr, or soft? other big nobody, re- 'he encounter until one or the other
_**t*��4 me I stop a bout on'the gave in from exhaustion or from injuries received."
B
OXING, although my strong
suit, does uot always take the
chief place, and the game of my
a previous arrangement for a fight In
tho ordinary sense of the word and'
that Involves an intention to continue
appeased the mob, and as they say in
the fairy books, "we lived happy ever
afterwards." No sir. it's no joke being
the third man in the ring, and especially, when, as happened in California to me, one ef the boxers mistakes
you for his opponent and catches you
just'about where the last button on
Fti'iMs of
h"'-/s I aft.
tbisMiffWai
was, at thi
1 on po
w whole
/��an evem
f��rvam ha
Wf'ltolr
Police hav
man   being   exhausted,
aids found out because
tl hacked the man who
stage of the   game,  be-
l'he funny part about
:i.   was that the sheriff's
ly won, but  that  ptlbllo
never been known to di-
iformatlon which l whis-
Whilst the
know, in a fair way to make a name
for itself In Westminster. Ruptures
have been open, however, and this is  your'waistcoat is fixed.   Oh, Joy!
not  good  for any  game.     With   the \  *���
Rangers, Sapperton, High School and j * NYONE who does not bowl is a
City teams in the local league race Z\ "mtitt." This was thrown at
things are looking up, but methinks *��^ me in the alleys last night,
that Sapperton will be the winners of   There's a great deal of truth  in   tho
say that the onlookers at the conclu
sion were in a mixed frame of  mind
by the result.   It is never at any time
a pleasing sight to see a straight chap
like Bat has always proved himself to
be, taking the long count signalizing j
defeat, but Nelson, the greatest wor-|
rying persistent boxer who ever stepped into a ring, will come back;   of
that I have no fear.   I do not say that
he will be the champiop of the world
again, as there are many who have a
prior claim with Ad Wolgast and Mo-
bunch."    I have always found that a
colored boxer will carry or at least endeavor to carry out the referee's instructions more so than his white opponent.   Look at the past men of color
and  take at  random,  Peter Jackson,
Bobby  Dobbs,  Frank   Craig,   George
Dixon.   Did you ever hear of either of
those being cautioned time and time
again for tactics which were questionable.   A newspaper man and especially one who incorporates his profession
with that of referring must have   no
nation.   All must in the words of the
old song, "look alike to him."   Otherwise he cannot be depended  upon  to
give either a fair report of a just decision.    I remember some years   ago
on the occasion of an important contest in Paris, the ruling official in a
long-distance bout gave his verdict to
a  white   man   over   a  "gemmen   of
color" and the Winner in the opinion
of those qualified to judge was streets
behind on points, so much so that tha
result was a foregone conclusion.   At
that time the Parisians were not   so
R
EADER, having waded through
the above, given word for word
from    the    accepted   authority,
the exhibition trophy when the cur-
tain rolls down on the scene of the
session 1911. And by the bye, Sapper-
ran, but there is not a man in the busi
ness today who can relegate Nelson to! ��-jj po^ed'on'the "finer points oY the
the "has-beens," with the possible ex-i sport ag they are now and the referee
got away with his verdict from   the
crowd.    We who had travelled   over
ception of Moran.    Wolgast couldn't;
1 no, not if he carried a horseshoe   in-
statement.     I am a believer   In   the
strenuous life that Roosevelt   speaks
���,        ,  about,   and  although   I   have   never    ^
what dn you think' of the whole thing?  ton officials tell me that ae the result; han(.,ed a bowl in my life, with the ex-; _,(je Ms   ,ove for       d ,uck.    , have
I an, safe In saying, taking the whole  of  the  challenge In this pager   Wstj cep^n o( that kind containing por-, g thought and gJven expression  naVbeen arrived at and were astound-
aiTair as i, presents Itself, that the po-   Monday that the R ngers were willing   r,dge or 80llp> the day is not far dis-  tQ t��&{ thought   that when at   Point  ha��g*������^ term, w|.en the   re-
llee will lmve to present a very strong  to bet^Wnda^U^^tm thejen^   tant when J am goin^toclean^upjthe   Rlohmond last February, second-rater  Jg g,,���^ gj ,ips J the wlse one;
"Do you think I would give a blooni-
of Sapperton's playing pitch, the play-  loclli brigade and without the permis-   Wo,Kast met Nelson,
A*TE. having sat   up o' nights
reading,   analyzing and digest-
Kf'ln   n"'1'   laWS   ftS   lilld   d0Wn    b-V
|vention,   , " ai"horltles for the pre-
*ustr   t   ,"nU>sls with' the  lists, I
a sea   r  , s t0 be atl11 floundering on
��� mind r     ls|ll,lr-   The   fault, to   my
1 press !,��,'s '" lle ilt the door of tho
Pfth'ig      ' wl" exP,'t1n my reasons
Pick    a,'l'ai''ntly Btrange Judgement.
Dnmi, ' a,lv Journal published in the
i\w, '\ S'ance  down  the   boxing
|��fStiio J     ' ,U" wll,,nK t0 bet a h0K
Hilts-    P6c
ment prohibiting
but coming right down to the present
time, tlie contests are without exception carried on with decorum and
everything done to carry out the   In-
r hotel, will help clear the decks for  city 1 can assure them of a hearty wei-  bye road ,ooked uke flylng. Ju9t what back out of \hhe/nt^n"0"snn^"Jfo
what gives promise of being a hard
and at the same time brilliant season.
The supposed invitation from the east
struct ions of no less an authority than to the Salmon Bellies has not ma-
the late Lord Chief Justice llawkin's terlalized, and in any case it would
ruling iind which Is a precedent, that have proved abortive as we cannot
"a boxing contest if conducted with loan our boys to the east for exhibi-
regulation   gloves   nnd   over   a   pre-  tion   matches.     If  after   the   season
come and a glorious time. The sport3- ���;ight llave happened had Smith
men of that city are genuine live not caUed Ad Woig,l9t oft, will,
wires. j 0f       course,     never      be      known.
  ; This is one of those things you   can
OWADAYS billiards is regarded argue out from now until doomsdav
as part of a young man's educa- and never advance a theory suffl-
tion and one of the flrst thing I ciently strong to beat down  an argu-
Nas part of a young man's educa-  and  never  advance   a   theory   suffl-
tion and one of the flrst thing I ciently strong to beat down  an argu-
dld when I blew into Westminster was ment.   Smith is without question the
plication by the new organization for
admission to the B. C. L. A. as a second strength team will be sougnt
should the old-timers come back. Lacrosse will be a hustling game this
season alright, alright.
VER read  of a more obliging,
kind-hearted,  patriotic  wrestler
than Frank Gotch?   In a interview  just  given to a fellow   scribe,
scribed  number of frounds is legal." proper has run its course, the invite t0 flnd just what sort of provision was  most capable referee   in   the   United
This dictum, delivered   to a crowded should come  through, then  the  sub- madeyfor the devotees   of the   green  States today, and I've seen them all.
court, and at which this writer was a ject might be considered, but ns the cloth.   Need I say that I was agreea-  When it U remembered that Nelson
listener has stood the test   for many wise men will be out here to capture bly surp.ised not only to see that the  would not enter the ring unless Smith Frankie   almost J>������   ��own,    ana
vears over the "herring pond" despite the championship (I do not think), the pasttme had a good standing, but that  was the third man, it is a fairly sound amidst sobs which co��ild be :^"a ror
almost countless attempts to break it Westminster boys will not be required the exponents were In a class much, argument that he gave a fair deal, but miles he tells with pathos, nOf_wn��
that
riiils against a bag of pea-
..j,'1'1' >(>u wm find every BOXING'
liters '"''1 t0 il8 a FIGHT. If the
to'mirv W""1'1 <1() "8 we In the old
I\'n BmT.. wrlte of ��hese as BOX-
��t>til,i i '"'   CONTESTS,   there
down.
to make the long journey
Easterners are sorely in
ada do prohibit "contests   with
the lists," why are the authorities so lax in their duties?   This qties-
'ntilte bold  to say,   less  tlon Is asked in all seriousness, as I
in,"i'fe'i���!>m ",0 B��llC6 and perhaps no  have been reading in newspapers from
lake    ''"'" fr��m those who seem to the eastern provinces of bouts taking
Meh _�������. ln   kllllnS   a   8l)01,t l',ace there for lal'Ke sums  of money
he;
be,
r'i fro
I
Jfc
held
K)���   fu.���hlch is at this time at the tional contest Is scheduled for Stewart
��f its
popularity.
y.   That  the  hlgher than i wouid have placed them.; ���there always will be a doubt.   From  worked for ten long weary years   to
i need of ex-  A famoiis divine once said "show me n  cables to hand, Nelson is supposed to earn the respect of the public.   Poor.
..ivriMwi   ...    .�������� nf 'pu   positions from this city's team I have  voung man who excels at billiards and  have told a newspaperman  in   good old public; silly old p ubllc.   Jtuat w nat
RANTED thnt the laws of Can-  ^  ^.^ ^   ^    th_   aforemen.  j wi,f show vou one who has destroye 1  old Detroit that "One-Round" Hogan.  that  same public have fallen   for in
tionel Easterners will have to come his useful time."   Noble words to fall  of San  Francisco will   he   the   net  the stunts engineered   by   wrestlers,
here for the lessons, or bide a wee.        f,.0m the mouth of a man who was sup- lightweight champion of the world. If  will I do not think, ever be   known.
  posed to know better  were they not?  this statement did come from the Bat-  The American goes on to say that the
SAM LANGFORD, British bud- I hold with the bylaw of this city tier then I am Inclined to think that foreign element (of wrestlers) are
ject and better known to fame which has just come into operation he must he "bats In the belfry." as Ho- making a joke of the sport he bum up.
as the Boston Tar Baby, gave and which prohibits those under a cer- Fan is about the poorest sample of a HE build up! When and where? Somo-
out to the pressmen at the finish of tain age from frequenting pool or bll- ring master I ever saw. I hope tho one might carry the information to r.
his contest with that Australian joke Hard rooms, and I think that the pro-, day is far distant when Hogan is pre- ���,���������������** on Paee Fleht 1
boxer Bill Lang, that he was now go   prletors of the places will agree that claimed a champion.    He is a rough (Continues on rage aigni.j
away through all those  and in a few days time an   interna-
whlch I believe is also In this part of
' i i
; PAOB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25
1911,
FIRE INSURANCE
CITY LOTS:
(a) Columbia street lot, 66 ft. frontage, rental $170
per month, price .      . .    .      $40,000.00
(b) Two lots, Eighth avenue, 18th street, $1,375.00
(c) Inside business property    66 frontage on Columbia street, only $800 per front foot; only vacant lot
in this locality.
(d) Corner lot, Third avenue, between Eburne car line and cut-off $3,000.00
(e) Lot on Sixth avenue, between Eighteenth and Twentieth streets, $895.   This is $105 below market
value.
(f) Lot on  Eighth avenue, between Sixteenth and Eighteenth streets $630.00
MOUSES:
1. Modern 8-roomed  house, Third  avenue, near
Sixth street >   $4,750
2. Modern 6-rooms, large iot, Fourth avenue, near
Sixth Street, '   ($500 cash handles this) $3,500
3. $500 cash, $20 a month buys a nice cottage on
Alberta street.
4. 5-roomed modern cottage, new, Sixth avenue,
near 3rd street, .      ...      J      $3,000
1.
2.
$350
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
COQUITLAM
46 acres,- North Road,     .      .      $;$:>�� per acre
SURREY
20 acres, improved, lots 12 and 25,"group 2; fencing, drainage, good house,      .   $650 per acre
DELTA
Five acres, N.E. 1-4 sec. 25, tp. 4, $350 per acre
Five acres, section 36, township 4, $500 per acre
Two 10-acre blocks, S.E. 1-4 section 13, township 4 $200 per acre
LULU ISLAND
Lulu Island, 3.15 acres in city; all cleared, 350
feet water frontage,       .      Price $30 per foot
Lulu Island, 1800 ft. water frontage, 40 acres,
  $25 per foot
Em,^^
ington & Hendry
Northern Crown Bank Block (Bank entrance)
Accident Insurance
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FEBRUARY 25, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
|wp*H   PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
._ Westminster Land  District
,N      trist of New Westminster.
,tice tbat fdward Hawkins.
Ity6 ^iver occupation bookkeeper,
��'Vl'!" to apply f"r Permission to
intends i��      ' ��� followinK     described
.ISO
Smmeuctog
;it  a  post,  planted  on
tlie east   side   of   the
itbe !mJon channel and joining T. I*
P*fflan the north Bide aad mark-
lN0,rV '.,'id Hawkins; S. W. corner,
U f"\ ';��� chains to line of limit
IWBr!.M0 thence N. 60 ohatae along
thence south and west
|llDe ,lu,."_;;i,""to place   of   commence-
mission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4%
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west SI) chains, thence soutli Xo chains,
tlience east xo chains, thence north
so chains to point of commencement,
being northeast, coiner post of lot applied for, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Hridge.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
INC. S07i:
to beac
IHaSfcontalntog x(l acres more or
less-'
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent.
Member 28. 1910.
Dis
Westminster Land ^^^^^^^
*    trist of New Westminster.
.* .notice  that Cecil   Killam,  of
T��kfl       it  C   occupation barrister
Wtotmd*"to apply  for permls-
^ purchase th.   following   de-
Ition
the   following
ecribed Wj��: planted on
JS3TSSwfl5  miles northeast.
Itbe J k mon.  Point, Jervis Inlet, and
l'r0 . 'tZ   KlUam's  Northwest Cor-
athence east  20  chains,  thenoe
1 ,   chains,    thence    west    20
Bore or less, to beach, thence
beach to pl.ee of com
IP.
ne:
,outh
I chains.
BPrth along
oenVeme.it and
Eore or less.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, inteiids to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on tlie Pemberton Trail 1.2
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north SO chains,
tlience cast 40 chains, thence south So
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point, of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more orFess.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud  Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
tlience east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 840 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Maude A. Hopkins,  of   Vancouver,   occupation   married woman, intends to apply for per-
containing  40  acres! mission   to   purchase   the    following
lands:    Commencing at a post plant
.ated
CECIL KILLAM.
J   A. LKWIS, Agent.
November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Inm Westminster Land  District. Dis-
1     ' trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Clint B. Dicker-
��� i of Vancouver, B. C, occupaUon
In. erman, Intends to apply for per-
purchase the following de
fission to l"i
Bct.*ed lands
ed on the west side of Green Kiver
and four cliains north of Green Lake,
tlience west 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence east 80 cliains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
640 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminstlr.
TAKK NOTICK that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about, half mile north of
T. L. lot litTC and two miles west of
Haslam lake, thence west So chains,
tlience south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north So chains to the
point of commencement, and containing (140 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, Ii. C���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, intends to apply for pei-
mission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ahout
three miles distant, and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
tlience east SO chains, tlience south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north So chains to tbe point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District  of   New Westminster, B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman   .^^h^^^m
Thorsen,   of    Vancouver,    occupation [ tenders will not be considered unless
marine engineer, intends to apply for
permission  to purchase the following
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Erection of Lobnitz Rock
Breaker No. 1," will be received at
this office until 4 p. m. on Wednesday,
Marcil 1, 1911, for the erection of a
Lobnitz Rock Breaker, for use in British Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and form of tender
obtained at the office of William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, and also at the office of
the undersigned in New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
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CHURCH!
SERVICES
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that'I, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted ahout l'fc miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north SO chains, thence east SO
chains, thence south SO chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing (140 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17, 1911.
described lands ^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing at a post planted ahout
two and one-half miles south of T. L.
lot 1368, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake, tlience east. SO chains, thence
south SO chains, thence west 80 chains,
tlience north SO chains, to the point of
commencement, and containing (140
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
I made on the forms supplied, and signed  with their actual signatures, stat-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
ilanted   on
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel E.
Dis-
dimmencing at a post p
,ao!i In Billings  Bay, Nelson Is-
mmmM ____ l ���*��� N'(\li;7* !,"d	
rked "C. E Dlckermans North-, ojs Q|. Vancouver, occupation photog-
(1.. ner," thence south BO chain?, rapheri [ntBnd8 to apply for permls-
thence ��������� I 80 .hams, thence no. tu, sjnn (() 1���]n.hase Ule fuljowinK laI1(ls;
m cliains more or less to Deacn, commencing at a post planted oa the
foence wsterly along^eachto_piace| weBt  Me  [)f   Pemberton   Traili  3%
miles north of Qreen Lake, thence
north SO chains, thence east SO cliains,
thence south so cliains. tlience west
so chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 040
acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS.
Agent  for Lionel E.  Haweis
February 20, 1911.
mow Westminster land district���District of New Westmin-
I ster, 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
1 Vi miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north So chains, thence west SO
chains, tlience south 80 chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more ot less. ���
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige,  of  New   Westminster,  occupa- 	
tion married woman, intend to apply! NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
for permission to purchase the follow-; TRICT���District of New Westmln-
Ing described lands: Commencing at ster. B. C.���Take notice that I Charles
a post planted about two miles north Boley, of Vancouver, occupation brok-
of T. L. lot 916 on the west shore of er, intends to apply for permission to
Haslam   lake,  thence  west 80  chains,   purchase     the     following     described
lng their occupations and places of
residence. In the case of firms the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each
member of the firm must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Honourable Minister of Public Works, for
one thousand dollars ($1000), whicn
will be forfeited if the person tende.-
ing declines to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The department does not. bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
H. A. BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges.
Department of Public Works, New
Westminster, February 17, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for tbis
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Department.
WATER    NOTICE.
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this offlce by
9 p.m. on Fridays, The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
Varty.)
Sunday, February 26.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon G. C. d'Kasum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy communion; 11 a.m., matins, litany and
sermon; 2:30 p.m., Sunday school; 7
p.m., evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton���2:30 p.m., Sunday
school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. DeB. Owen rector. Service at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday
scliool at 2:,'10 p.m.; divine service on
Wednesday at 11 a.m.. Morning subject, "God's Protection of His Subjects."
ST. BARNABAS���Holy communion,
at 8 a.m.; morning prayer, litany and
sermon at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; evening prayer and sermon
at 7 p.m. Rev. K. R. Bartlett, M.A.,
will preach.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m. Evening subject,
"The Greatest Obstacle."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning subject,
"The Christian's Creed"; evening,
"Why 1 am an Infidel."
of commencement, and containing
acres more or less.
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent.
Date. ovembei 28, 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ west SO ^^^
thence south SO chains, thence east
80 cliains, thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  iVOTICE.
Dis-
It* Westminster Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice thai Leslie L. Dicker-
j n, ol Vancouver, B. C, occupation
erman, inn nils to apply for per-
nlsston i" purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted  on
Ithe beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and at tlie northeast   corner  of
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dick-
irraau.'  Northwest    Corner,"   thence
Dis-
lamls: I
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence
east 80 chains, tlience north SO
cliains, thence west SO chains, thence
south So chains, to the: point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES   SOLEY.
I     February 17th, 1911.
SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST���
Rev.  F.   S.   Okell,  B.A.,  pastor.     Ser-
; vices at 11 a.m.    and    7 p.m.    Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
12:30  p.  m.  Epworth  league,  Monday,
I at 8 p. ni.    Prayer meeting, Wednes-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICK    that    Gerald    E.
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post
outh 80 chains, tlience east 20 chains, I planted on Green   Itiver,   Pemberton
hains,  tlience  east  Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thet.ee north so chains, thence east SO
chains, .hence south SO chains, thence
west So chains to point   of commence-
ment, being southwest corner post ot
lot  applied  for, containing   *>40 acres
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Gerald K. Bridge
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land  District,
trict of New Westminster.]
TAKK  NOTICK that   I. Isabella  Mc-1 ���_____^
Farland, of North Vancouver, occupa- NEW WESTMINSTER LAND D1S-
tion married woman, intend to apply TRICT���District of New Westmln-
for permission to purchase the follow-; ster, B. C���Take notice that I, Peter
ing described lands: Commencing at C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., oceupa-
a post planted about half mile south tion broker, intends to apply for pet-
of T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east mission to purchase the following de-
of Haslam lake, tlience east 80 chains,   scribed lands
jttep>'e s'imh ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
BO cl ins more or less to tbe beach,
kbence north and west along beach to
pamencemcnt and containing 320
(acres more or less,
LE8LIE L. DICKERMAN.
.1. A. LKWIS, Agent.
"Jate November 29, 1910.
thence south SO chains, thence west SO
chains, tlience north So chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
Isabella McFarland,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February "l7, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-,
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICE  that  Molly   McCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation millin
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICE     that     Margaret
Ulel Matthews, of San Jose, occupa-!
|mp widow, intends to apply for per-j
felon to purchase the following de-
CTbed lands:   Commencing at a post
Iianted on the west side of the Cheak-
moB river and one mile north of
*i��y Lake, tlience west 40 chains,
tence north 160 chains, thence enst
11 chains, thence south 160 chains
^t^T^ZZ^lol-'-Point of commencement being the
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster. ���
TAKE  NOTICE that I, Clinton    P.!
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation)
broker, intend to apply for permission
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles northwest of Haslam
Lake, thence west SO chains, thence
north so chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south So chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
PETER  C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li-|
cense in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) The name of Company in full���
The Glen Rose Canning Companv Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
Tlie  capital,  how   divided,  showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided   into t     ^	
$2500 ot .10 each, of which 14i,0 shares j da>' at 8 p.m. ^M
are issued and paid up.
(b)    The name of the lake, stream I    K��Ox    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.  E
or source (if unnamed, the description !G'   Thompson,  M.A.,    pastor.     Public
isl���Unnamed    stream    on    Lot    17, worship:     Morning   service,  11   a.m.;
Group   2.  New   Westminster   district, evening,   ,   p.   m.;   Bible    class    and
tlowing into Fiaser river. 'Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
(c) The point of diversion���Is about',E- Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting.
'200  feet from  its mouth at   the  Fra-   Wednesday,  8 p.m.    In the    morning
ser river on said Lot 17. Rev. Mr. Reid. secretary of ,the British
id)    Tlie quantity of water   applied I and Foreign Bible society, will speak.
for  iin cubic feet per   second)���One-  Pastor's evening subject, "Temper."
tenth of one cubic foot ST    ANDREW'S   PRESBYTERIAN
(e)    The character of the  proposed _Rev   j   s   Henderson r    ger_
| works-Dam. pipe or flume and pump. | vioes n a   m   and -       J.     Sabbath
,fi    The   premises   on   whk*��"�� school and Bible elass   at    2:30 p.m.
water is to be used   describe same)���i ,, . .    . ������ _ ,        ,   *  ,
Cannery   and   buildings   on    Lot    17,' ^wntog subject. "Peace Triumphant  ;
Group 2. known as the Industrial Can I evening.   Indifferentism.
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This nctice was posted on the
15th. day of February, 1911, and application will  be made to the   Commis-,
    Take   notice   that   an   application
to purchase the following described has been made to register Emma Mc-
lands: Commencing at a post planted Laren, William Chalmers McLaren
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031, and John Edward Valillee, as the
on the east shore of Haslam lake,' owners in fee simple, under a tax sale
thenoe east 80 chains, thence south 80 j deed from C. C. Fisher to John
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence'MacLaren, bearing date the lst day of
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Rev.
James G. Reid, B.A., acting pastor.
Morning. "The Lord Anointed",
evening, "The Great Refusal." Afternoon Bible class subject, "Covetous-
ness."
intends to apply for permission to   north 80 chains to the point of com-1 April, A. D. 1902, of all and singular
purchase    the     following     described   mencement. and containing 640 acres | that  certain  parcel or tract   of land
Commencing at a post planted, more or less. 	
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
lands: i oiiiiiiciicni. m .* ���,*;������*���. F...��,.*.�� .
on the Pemberton Trail, 2% miles
north of Green Lake, thence north 81
chains, tlience east SO cliains, thence
BOUth SO chains, thence west SO chains
[By D. O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
[er post ot lot applied for, containing
���' ncrea more or less.
%ned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Ajent for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
��� Wintry 20, 1911,
southwest corner post, containing 640
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
Feb ,iary 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Southwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 7.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any  unregistered   instrument.
N*w Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Kate Corey, of.
1''i'fiver,    occupation    saleswoman,1
F";|!s lo apply for permission to pur-|
Pwe the following described   lands.
pnmenclng at a post planted at tho
r't'linc 0f |o| 107 on Summit Lake,
|��Wce west 40 chains, thence south
���   (||ai.is, .heme oast  40   chains   to
P���WMI Lake, thence north along tho
L:KM" Polni oi commencement, being
'"''''on liea. i corner po8( ot l0,   ap.
llKS     ��� c��ntainlng 320 acres more or
(Signed)
Dis
Peh
ruary 20
WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent for Kate Corey.
1911.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Georgina A.
Hopkins, of Yancouver, occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot 2106 and thence north to chains
thence west to chains, thence sooth
40 chains, tlience east lo chains to
point of commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing Hit) acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LEWIS.
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E
Crawford of Vancouver, occupation' and all persons claiming any interest
station agent, intend to apply for per-] in the said land by descent, whose
mission to purchase the following de- title is not registered under the proscribed lands: Commencing at a post: visions of the "Land Registry Act,'
nlanted about 2'i miles south of T. L. I are required to contest the claim of
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam the tax purchaser within forty-five
like' thence east 80 chains, thence days from the date of the first publi-
n'ortii SO chains, thence west 80 chains, cation of this notice upon you. and in
thence south 80 chains to the point default of a caveat or certificate of lis
of commencement, and containing 640  pendens being filed within such  per-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
tW ^"tminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
iCd SaN0TICB ,hat llesinald
DU-
acres more or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By 1). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17, 1911.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SA PPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev.
sioner on the 20th day of March, 1911. iE.  D.   Braden,   pastor.    Services    at
(1)    Give the names and   addresses 111 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
of any riparian proprietors or licensees 12:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
who or whose lands are likely to be a:'-  at 8 p.m.
fected by the proposed works, either      _, ______.,   ��� . _,_.��������  _��������,.,������
above or below the outlet-None. SAPPERTON   BAPTIST  CHURCH.
'Hospital street���Andrew Grieve.   pas-
Attach copy of such parts of the
Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.
Rose   Canning   Company
The   Glen
Limited.
(Signature)
(P. O. Address)
J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
^^^^^^^^^   New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
(g) To record, divert, take and
carry away, water from any stream,
river and lake in the Province of British Columbia, for tbe use of their bu=i
ness, and for that purpose to erect,
build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
the same.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
^_^^^^^_ Fit/.-
Pation, ,ll'eellt. of   Vancouver, occu-
Wwln, wr' inUnH,S t0 a')l,1>' f��r l,e1''
WedlandPU   -*W the foUowinB de
planted at'8
Commencing at a post
"ie southwest  corner   of
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about 1V6 miles north of T. L. lot
1976, and two miles west of Haslam
lo, ���;,"; "' '"o southwest corner oI|iake thence east 80 chains, thence
I Wli % �� ea8t -�� chaln8. thence ��� 80,lti, go chains, thence west 80 chains
Ichain. 1     cha,n8'    thence    west    60 I thence north 80 chains to the point or
*a.. 4|;   ,  U(' north 10 chains, thence! commencement,   and   containing   640
to J t     'llH' thenc* north 40 chains
forth*       <,om|nencement, being the
Ior J,,?, corner Post of lot applied
��� ""''lining 140 acres more or less.
Bitot t ] WILLIAM  LEWIS,
cent        "zinnia   Fitzgerald   Sar-
February 20
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 91t! oil
the west shore of Haslam lake, thenco I'ommnia.,
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, j.'A. D. 1911.
thence south 80 chains, thence    ea3t
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less
VERNON V. ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
lod, or in default of redemptlnn before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said hind, and I shail
register Emma MacLaren. William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee ns owner thereof in fee.
I And I hereby order that publication
of this  notice for thirty  days   in   a
'daily newspai er published in New
Westminster,  will bo good and suifi-
j dent service thereof.
! Dated at the I^ind Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Biitish
Columbia., this Pth day   of   January,
^^^^^^M     C. S. KFITH,
District Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lot 10, block 16. Murray's Addition, town of Port Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of certltlcate of title No. 6620A, Issued in the
name of Sara Anne Maclure, 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 her.v-
of, in a daily newspaper published ia
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. Keith
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, February 13, 1911.	
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at 8 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Uurnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. rt. and 7 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley.
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7-:30
pin.; mid-week prayer meetihg.
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m- DundonalJ school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
"chool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Tenders  Postponed.
The time for receiving tenders for
supplies and printing and stationery
has   been   extended   until   Monday,
February 27th. 1911, at 5 p.m.
CT. SAUNDERS, C.M.C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, February
21st, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
w ^"tminster Land District.    Dis-
tr      -
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. AUSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.-
Dis-
80
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I,
Dick, of North Vancouver, uw...F��....���..   ���,^^_^^^__^^^^
broker. Intend to apply' for permission   commencement   and   containing   640
**--   *-"���'-~  ���>��o��rih��,.\   ncrnH more or less.
CARL WOLF.
Re lots 14, 15, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
and 40, suburban block 6, map 610,
    ^^^^^^^^^B ln the Clty of New Westminster.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-!    Tenders are invited for a four story)    Whereas proof of the loss of certlft-
TRICT���District  of   New Westmln-1 Dr,ck warehouse to be    erected    on cate of title number 10511F, issued in
ster,  B. C���Take notice that I Carl  Pront  street.  New  Westminster,  for the name of James Rosebrough Lawrv
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker,   *> J- Trapp & Co., Ltd. | has been tiled in this office.
Intends to applv for permission to pur-     Plans and specifications    can    be (    Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
chase the following described lands:    8een nt the office of the architects, at the expiration of one month from
Commencing at a post planted about' Gardiner   &   Gardiner,   Westminster, the ds^e of the first publication hereof,
three miles distant and in a   north-, Tr"8t ^ock-
westerlv direction from Haslam Lake,!    The lowest or any tender wlll
thence west 80 chains, thence south, necessarily be accepted.
chains, i w^������^������ 1
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
William   J.  80  chains,   thence   east
occupation  thence north 80 chains to the point of
-    --J     ...i-i..���     csn
to purchase  the  following  described  acres more or less.
tnet of New Westminster. , .��� ���   ��� -        ,    .   .
CB.    ,N0TICE that Mary Augusta  lands:   Commencing at a post planted j
tied u       Vancouver, occupation mar j about one mile south of T. L. lot 10J1
woman, Intends to apply for per-  on the cast shoro of Lake    Haslam,
NOTICE.
Re block 8, subdivision of northweet
quarter of Section 16, Township 12.
Map 893. in the District of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the   loss   of certificate of title number 122B4F, issued
in the name of Hector Ferguson, has
been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
me ante 01 mo ..��,. ���uU1i���w.. ***..,*.*, at th* expiration of one month from
In a daily newspaper published ln tho I the date of the flrst publication hereof,
not City of   New Westminster,   issue    1 ln a dally newspaper published In the
I duplicate of the said certificate, unless City   of New Westminster,   Issue   a
in the meantime valld   objection   be duplicate of the said certificate, unles*
 in tbe meantime valid objection   be
made to me ln writing.
D. O'HARA, Agent, ott the market.
February 17th, 1911. H. PUTTRICII. Sapperton.
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ District Registrar of Titles
My prorerty, 339 Alberta street. Is Land Registry Office,
I
New Westminster, B.C., February 3,
1911.
_^^^^_     C. S. KEITH,
I District Registrar of Tit'.**.
Land Registry Office,
1     New Westminster, B. C, January
28,1911.
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PAGE EIGHT-
YES!
THE DAILV NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25,
"11.
When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders ^with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Tonight's attraction at    the    opera.     Mr. and  Mrs.  Thomas Gifford, sr.,
house  is "A Gentleman from  Missis-] w|10 imve been spending some time in
returned    home    yesterday
sippi
Victoria,
evening.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the acsident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay!
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
Six chairs in operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting. **     j     private tables  for    accommodating
Meals at all prices; open night and j >^ies at the Hismark cafe,
day at the Bisnark cafe. *       |     The best kiln-dried wood, a   three-
,,,,<��� .!,��� c���= ��f Pmr 1 horse load delivered at your shed one
The annual hall of % Sons,p  Ens? \ or(]er ,     A three.ho,.se
land took place yesterday evening in q phone ^    M
St. George s hall.
Wood! wood! wood! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone   413. . **
We make a speciality in Eastern
and Olympia oysters, crabs and lobsters, at the Hismark cafe. ���*
The Fraser Valley Sugar Works
Company, organized some time ago
may locate Its plant In this city instead of near Mission.
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for S3.00.   Phone 413. **
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash and
Door Factory. **
An interesting address on "Women
and Girls in China" was given yesterday evening by Rev. Mr. Morgan in
Sixth avenue Methodist church.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **     j
We are in the market for logs for |
making shingles.    Walsh    Sash    and
Door factory.   Phone 413. ���*     I
DissatLfled with the quality of the      r r |\ P*LL1��� n��./_   I
food served to them, the deck hand* AT | II >ffl \ ITr" i
of the steamer Paystreak have gone IVl L�� V�� UllllUI J IIV>   j
on strlko.
Special preparations for clerks from
the stores from 5:30 Saturday night
at St. George's hall. Pies, baked pork
and beans, etc., for 50 cents. Everybody welcome. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Pbone R208 ���*
Alteration
111 Prices
The Public
Supply Stores
This week we are
giving a
DEMONSTRATION
Continue During Friday and
Saturday Only
We close our big alteration sale Saturday night.    We mutt then begin the display of our new 8D
goods, hundreds of cates of which now await opening.   The odd lines now on sale are so depleted th
individual mention of them all Is impossible, but the price tickets indicate the special reductions for F '
day and Saturday.
Cl
m
INSURANGt
Now is the time
to get your
Paint and
Alabastine
for spring*. Our
lines are complete
Just received a
fine stock of
brushes
JAMES & McClUGHAff
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
A challenge has been received from
a Vancouver roller hockey team by I
the Pythian quintette. The challenge 1
has been accepted, and will be attend-1
ed to some time next week. j
For  a  good  lunch  go to  the    Bis-
mark cafe. **
Bismark cafe opens   today,    everything up to date.
A distinguished gathering will witness the U ying of the foundation ston?
of the new provincial asylum at Coquitlam today, when Li eut.-Governo.'
Paterson will wield the gavel.
All    home    mnde    baking    at    St
George's hall Saturday night, 50c. **
The seat sale for the amateur production of Rip Van Winkle opened
yesterday, when a large number of
reservations were taken up, As the
best seats are goiug fast, it would he
advisable for those intending to see
the performance on Monday evening
to act at once. Contrary to the general impression, the performance will
nat be repeated on Tuesday evening.
Court Westminster, No. 330, Canadian Order of Foresters, entertained
the members from Mountain View and
Vancouver courts at a banquet in tiio
K. of V. hall on Thursday evening, and
whilst the attendance from the
sti angers was a representative one.
nc fewer than seventy-five accepting
the invitation, the locals, although
officially notified, were conspicious by
their absence in the numerical sense,
although they made up for the other
deficiency In the warmth of the welcome extended. District Organize:-
Muir, of Vancouver court, presided at
the banquet, which was tastefully
laid, and to which the Foresters did
full justice. Chief Ranger ,1. Lee
Thompson, with Senior Past Chief
Ranger T. Mowbray, of the local order-
were the hosts and each made
speeches, and were untiring In iheir
efforts to make all the brethern feel
at home. Intersperse:! with singing
and recitations was a stag dance, and
the gathering broke up barely in time-
to allow of the visitors catching the
last train back to Vancouver.
serves, Jellies and
Ketchup.
ON FRIDAY
A SPECIAL
DEMONSTRATION OF
MAGI   SOUPS
WILL BE GIVEN
Don't Miss This !
Friday and Saturday
Clearance of Odd
Table Cloths,
$1.00 each
Regular Values $1.25 to $1.50.
Two dozen only bleached Damask tahle covers, 1% and 1%
yards long, good quality, assorted patterns. Specially priced to
clear before the close of our
alteration sale Friday and Saturday, only, each  .$1.00
Opportune Reductions
on Curtain Madras
For Friday and Saturday only Cream and Colored Madia?
40 cts. per yard
Regular Values 'up to 60c.
Dozen of pieces with enough material for one to four pairs of curtains, Madras is 4T> to 54 inches wide; colors are green and cream-
old rose green and cream; black ground with green and red designs; and plain cream; also 75 yards of heavy cream Nottingham
lace net. 54 Inches wide, neat small square design. Alteration sale
price Friday  and  Saturday, per yard  40c
Alteration  Sale  Price on
Lace Curtains
TWO DAYS ONLY.
95c. per pair
Odd lines of white Nottingham
lace curtains, three yards long,
47 to 52 inches wicc in various
designs, suitahle for bedroom or
living room. Regular $1.25 to
$1.50. Friday and Saturday
onlv 95c.
25 pairs
Lace Curtains
$1.65 per pair
Nottingham lace, three yards
long, Wl to 54 inches wide, good
heavy weight, fine designs. Regular values $2.00 anil $2.25. On
sale Friday and Satur lay only
Per pair    ... .$1-65
Special Low
Prices
on a few odd lines of women's
waists,   flannelette   underwent
corsets,   underwear,  mass   aid
skirts.
REMNANTS
Hundreds of etuis   of   Cottons,
Draperies, Embroidi   1
etc., at low prices   for   Friday
and Saturday,
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
All Trimmed Hats, $1.95 each
Ve repeat the offering of last week and place the balance of our trimmed bats on sale at this low price
for the last two days of our sale.    Your choice at   $1-95 eatf
All Untrimmed Shapes, 75c. each
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:   Princess 8t
Fifty Killed or Hurt.
Valparaiso. Feb. 24���A railway traln
jumped the track on a brl lee near
the American Braden Copper company
today and plunged into a ravine. Fifty
persons were killed or hurt. Several
Americans are among the Injured.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50,
Par Excellence
THE PEOPLES TRUST CO. LTD.
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Liuseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne;  also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
R. A. Wilson's Views and
Comments on Sport
(Continued from Page Five.)
(',. that years before he was born; before his pai ents were on this wicked
earth, Great Britain, the mother
nation of sport, was forgetting about
wrestling and giving, her attention to
industries Instead of to lhe greatest
faking game which has ever been permitted. Oh, the stories that could be
told of matches on the mat which
were all ready framed; where everyone, Including the (suppose I) Intimite
friends of the wrestlers themselves,
were trapped into wagering their
money, and after the match (?) was
over Ihe couple of schemers would
g',:iat over their conquests. Cut out
wrestling; let's talk about sport.
!
LEST you fqrgy, itlia Sapperton
F. C. will put out (heir strongest team this afternoon, and on
the home ground face the eleven from
the City. From the nature of
the stories going 'round the howff.i
where footbnl'ers most do cnnerpirftte,
the match will be worth witnessing.
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS
Cloverdale Auto Road
Right at Cloverdale, ten acres of the best Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent coiner with long frontage ou the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE.
Ten acres also fronting on the auto road, equally good land, part
fn meadow an.l part light alder. There Is sufficient cleared for buildings and a large garden.
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
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'Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   ���    Aldergrove '*.
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Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6,
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Kxpress cars leave  New  Westminster for Vuncouuver at
a. m.   and 3:L'0 p. m.
8 and every bll
;20 a. 0-.i:'
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Bteveston
hour ther*
id every W
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. ni. a
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a.m. and 0:05 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Are You Aware
tend���
aloitf'j
that electric power is available from our mains, which no
In addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   <   j^m
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then v
Stre'et to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the **$$!?
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric o
t the C1"' ���
Applications  for electric power service may he made ��     01lVer,.
pany'8 local office, or a postal mailed to the head office,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y,
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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