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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Vol.IMF 5, NI'.MHKU 309.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
ACCIDENT VICTIMS
ASK HEAVMAGES
Surrey May Have to Foot
Heavy Bill Because of
Faulty Bridge Over Ravine
ieavy damages are   about    to   be
, ,1 by Mis. .lohn Wolfe, of MjtrtS
Surrey,    and    c   T.  Saun Iers,
��� r , lei li  of i he municipality    of
,    nabj. as compensation tor an acci
ffered bj them lasl fall, when
. , :,��� thrown from a bugg)  dow Q
i ,i embankment,  suffering *ich
e Injuries that  for a Trim., their
lives wire despaired of,    Even today
Wolfe and .Mr. Saunders have not
CERT HtiVIIKY liOES INTO
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
E. Kellington   Takes   Well   Known
Young   Man   Into  Partnership���
Just Back from Njrth.
licit  lleudr\
Hendry, tin
a   nephew   of   .lohn
well knov. a lumber man,
RED BADGE WILE MEAN  HERBERT BOOTH
WEARER IS VACCINATED!       TO PREACH HERE
OREd' BOER STitAitfilST     f(
ENDS LIFE'S CAMPAIGN
IAIEY
PARLIAMENT TODAY
Wholesale Treatment of Cit- Series of Evangelistic Ser
���
letelj   recovered from the awful
,    ���:., nee, and ii is doubtful if either
i     :,,!ii will ever he the same again.
The municipality of Surrey is to be
made the defendant in the suit, it bo-
Ih ged that    th,-   accident    was
caused by a fanll in a bridge over th'.'
ravine where the accident happened,
Thr amount sought hy Mis. Wolfe is
in the  neighborhood   of  $40,000,  hut
[here Is a possibility that a compromise -ill he arranged with the Surrey
'   il   in  order  to    avoid  expensive
���uiu.   .lohn Wolfe,   husband   of
Mis. Wolfe, will meet representatives  Ames
ol tl ������ Surrey municipal council   thU
week in order to discuss the matter.
The amount sought by Mr. .Saunders
j- l m  stated.
���    ,,,,,,,. ,1   , mit.'.y man,
t1 i. week eaters Into partnership with
A. I.'. Kelllni ton In the real e itate and
insurance business up to now conducted under tlm name and Btyle of Kell-
i'i: ton Brothers. For some months
il. E. Kellington, ono , i the i rmer
partners, has i,< en taking a posi
. raduate course al Berl i h y university, California, and as ihe bu Int i
has now grown 13 e ui h proportions
thai on,- man cannol handle It, A. E.
Kellington dei Ided to take In u partner. Mr, Hendry returned lasl Thursday from the north, where he had
spent several months acting ns manager for the Hastings Lumber com
j,any.
Mr. Kellington wlll devote his attention to outside work and listings, anl
Mr. Hendry will look m ire pa tlcularly
after the insurance and in.-i le busi
ness. The firm will in future be knov,',
as Kellington ii Hendry.
izens Starts Now, Children
Having First Treat.
vices Starts Tomorrow and
Lasts Nine Days.
Cronje,   Most   Successful   Patriot  Gen
eral in South African War, Dies
at Ripe Old Age.
British King and Queen With
Traditional Pomp, Will
Perform Ceremony.
Cue of the mosl Important scries of
Evangelistic     i en let s     v, hieh
as   ever
Ths red i adge of submission, worn
���a the right of l��:t arm, according to
ci.oire. will be the ht Ight of fashion   Westmlnstei
within *he next few days.   The furore   with  baa been
in this latest "correct thing" to wear|agemenl of Queen's Avenui
wlll be Btai ted bj the citj Bchool chll , church,
dn n.    The  high  Bchool  and   c illej
students will next fall in lino and afto-'
t hai ei erj bod) 's turn wlll c me,
Public vaccination is to starl today]
oi tomorrow al the public schools,
Medical Health Officer Dr. J. H. Jones
o| eratlng. As soon as the childre ,
have been attended to, notices will be
published  culling upon  the public to |
London. Jan. 5.���Amid all
the tra-
X>'\\
Met hod is;
Klerksdorp, South Africa, Feb. 4.���
General Plet Cronje, the noted Boer
leader, is d< ad hei e,
General Cronje commanded the west-   ,. .
ern army of the South African Repuo-  U1"0,l!l1 P��mp and dignity of past con
been favored   i,,- j��� the recent  war.    After several
arranged by the man-1 reverses the Hritish governmenl son'
out l- lei I  Marshal  Lord Roberts and
General  Lord   Kil b mer,   ��ith   t tou-
sands oi troops.    All   their   arrange-
a ��� nl :  weie  (ompleted  by  the early
pai i    of    Februai y,    1900.     General
Cronje an I bis Bi o   forces were   by
skilful generalship biought to hay on
the  Modder river, mar   Paardeberg,
nere Uneral Cronje defended himself
THEATRE   RUMOR    DENIED.
sulu,lit to vaccination, according to
tlie regulations jusi issued by the pro
vinclal government In Its effoit to restrict the spread of smallpox in this
province.
No Serious Objections.
It Is worthy of notice that no serious
objections to vaccination are heatd In
this city.    The public is   taking   the
Starting on Ttiei day nlghl an l con
tinning until Wednesday of the follow
Ing week, I lerbei I Booth, j ouuge it
son of i he chief officer of the Sal\ a-
tlon Army and formerly one of the
organizers of that body, will give a
series of lectures and hold a cours-j
of 11" i ��� al sen ices.
For years Mr. Booth has been
i i.i a a, King Qeorge V. and Queea
Mary will open parliament on Monday.
Xo detail that will add to the splen
dor of the occasion will be omit',;.
and ii wlll undoubtedly be the mosl
important social and political event
preceding the
The
liy
U'licii the accident  happened    Mr.
:      ders, who was spending his vaca-
| t. :i with tlie Wolfes, and  Mis. Wolfe
wr'.f driving  hack  from  Westminster
e ranch.    In. crossing the bridge
���li,- ravine their horse and buggy
- S : i e structure ami down a ten
foci' embankment, the occupants be-
burled   underneath    tiie    vehicle. I
Vi:,  Wolfe extricated    herself    with
:,".i)>le    difficulty    and    assisted
a mderS,  who  had  suffered  the
���     With  gr^at difficulty and suf-1
| ���  cruclatlng pain 'h**? crawled
��� . embankment ani    alfmg   the',
IB consldi rable distance before
with assistance, two or three,
[hours after the accident occurred. Mrv,
evangelistic work and. armed with an
Insight into life gained through long
exj ( Hence wltb the organization work
of the Salvation  Army, his  words arc
I said  to carry conviction  in a manner
I which has been attained by few men
who follow a similar life.
'l'he   services   will   he   held   even-
night  in  Queen's    Avenue    Methodist
I church and  on  Sunday  special    ser-
j vices have been arranged.
On Sunday, February IJ. Mr. Booth
' will preach at both the morning and
evening services and on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock he will give in
political
coronation,
royal  couple, accompanied
lhe young   I'i ince of Wales,    will     !>..
dii-.cn from Buckingham Palace to the
  . parliament buildings in tlie great si;u.e
tm- nine days in a position thai was coach of gold and glass, which re-
Impregnable to assau i. hut greatly ex- niinds one of a fairy book Illustration
posed  to artillery flre from    the    sur-   come to life, and seems strangely out
,,,.,. r\f    I.i'.r.r.    It,    t I. I o    .. .v~    �����   .1 .      T��.-~
rounding heights.
Alter  suffering   loss  to
  j situation  good    humorly.    Many    are
and  Shubert  Resignation  Story I basking in the fallacy that the posses-
Refuted, sion of seals seven or ten or twenty
New  York, Feb. r,.���It was reported years old will save them from the at
today  that   Director  Wlnthrop  Ames tentlons of the medical men.   Such is
and  Lee Shubert, business   manager,  ""' the case. To exempt fiom vaccina-
had resigned from the New theatre! li"" documentary evidence must be the Sunday school a lecture on "Toys
The rumor caused considerable discus- I'i "duced that the objector was opera),- and their Teaching."
sion until it was flatly denied by ed on less then seven years ago. The The most important item on the
Ames, who said: "I have no! resigned slogan of the profession these days evangelical program will he a lecture
as director of the New theatre nor wi" '"' "When in doubt, vaccinae." .on the "Early Christians." This lec-
have I been asked to resign MrShu- Naturally enough there are a num ture will he illustrated and from all
belt has not resigned There is no ber of People, mostly youths and reports is truly a wonderful exposition
truth in the report" young men. who are loudly declaring  of the life of the Christians   In   the
 ! , j thai they will not submit to vaccina-  time of the Roman    Emperor    Nero.
tion, not' on  account  of consciencious   This lecture will he given on Wednes-
objectlons or scruples, bin  because of   day, the last night of Mr. Booth's stay
fancied  interference  with  the  liberty  in this city.
of tho  subject.    They
be   shown   the
I
tich a degree that his men would not endure
any longer, Cronje surrendered on
February _7, the anniversary of Ma
jiibii. The British forces had drawn
in closer each night, and a heavy bin
bardment had been kept up. At three
o'clock In the morning, the
of place in this age of democracy. Bui.
England and all Englishmen love tbe
splendor of royalty, and are exceedingly proud of tlieir ancient, customs.
The six magnificent chargers, which
draw the royal vehicle, Will present
a brilliant spectacle with their harness
of gold and silver, and the gaily-cos-
Canadians, turned footmen will  walk    on    either
hacked  by  the  Gordons   and   Snrop- side.   On each side of the coael
shires,  rushed  the enemy's   tre-iches, march  a yeoman of
and  three hours later the  Boers laid Quaint
down their arms unconditionally
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_t T1>e
prisoners numbered 4000. Cronje was
instrumental in frustrating tho .Tame-
son raid at Krugersdorp in 1S96. He
was a member of the executive, council
of the Transvaal Republic and chief
native commissioner. He waa born in
1835.
PIAGUE MOVING
TOWARDS EUROPE
are anxious to
man   or   body politic
aci bate ilieni.   Tliey will
STRIKERS  BEATEN.
��� is was brought
al, where be   i
for some days.   _frs. W
; II J, where  he    remainder
���a******���������������������������������*-
'ti lo her home, where    she   ha
��� mained, practically a cripple.
SEATTLE    MILK   THE    BEST
to St. Mary's
uncon- Ignorance and  Superstition
olf�� was ,
of Russian Peasantry Imperils Other Nations.
iest
cf
in   World  With    Exception
Stockholm.
i,  Feh.  5.���The milk   com in;:
______t
c shown. ^_U
I No Cases in City.
Although smallpox haii how been In
the distrlcl for sev&ral weeks, no
cases have been discovered iu this
city, according to Dr. .Tones. There
are verj few cases in Vancouver. In
i Victoria the number can only be gui
ed at, an effort being made to sup
; press all information on the
| in that city
Garment Workers in Chicago Give Up
and  Seek Terms.
BIMMNDERS MET
WITH OWN WEAPONS
^^^^^       will
the guard  in  lii.-;
uniform    and      a      mounted
equerry.
Route of Pageant.
Preceding the coach will be the Sovereign's Life Guards, and the van   of
the procession will he made up of the
members of tlie royal    household    in
their carriages.    The route of the  pa-
; geant  will  he  along the    Mall    from
Buckingham palace, across the Horse
Guards' parade into Whitehall aud so
on to the House of Lords.
Here there will be another procession beaded hy the king and queen
from the robing room to the two
thrones. Preceding the royal couple
will be three dignitaries bearing tho
sv.i,,,l of state, the cap of maintenance,
and the crown.
and Seek Terms.                                                 ,      _  ,.             \t.'._. The thrones, where the royal couple
Chicago.  Feh. 5.���The striking gar-   1 aiianS Tight bUlC'LlO    With will  sit. are two  heavily carved oak
ent   workers,    weakened  by    deser-,           ,                                    ... chairs,  surmounted  by    crowns    antl
,,,    ���-,,.���   ���,.   loot   ���t���i,t   nfmr   ntrnsr.         StllettO   ailCl    BoUtD     With ornnmpntpri   with   eilt     and     ervstals.
Berlin, Feb. 5.���According to Intelii-
:.unc rvu. *>.���*��*> .......   ,... ���  gence    received    from    the    Kirghiz
[Into Seattle ls th" purest ln the world   Steppes, from Odessa, and from Man-
I   c   p08Slble   exco<>t_oi    of   the  churia, the plague is spreading rapidly.
pplled   to   the  city   of   Stoek-lowing  to  the  helplessness  of the  au-
Sweden,  says  Health  Contois-   thorltios to arrest    its    advance.    61
1    Crichton,   of the liu examina   Manchuria the daily malady is carried
���   hot month mote thai SO frem place to placp by Itoe Inhabitants,
I per cent was found to be in the certl-
1. (lass.
INCVADA   MAY   STOP
HER   EASY   DIVORCES
who are seized with panic on its ou
bteak, and seek refuge in towns which
h:id been immune, but which forthwith
are infected hy tlie refugees.
Moreover, the Chinese obstinately
refused to observe the preventative
measures prescribed hy the Russian
medical authorities, and. the two
nationalities heing at d iggers' ends,
co-operation is Impossible. Tlie result,
is that tlie plague is advancing steadily
The trouble is not confined to this
side of the boundary line, hut is acute
in Seattle and other Washington
towns. In that state as in 'his province, the epldemia appears to be of a
mild type, but mi'.d as it is the authorities are determined to stamp it out
and extreme measures art being taken
everywhere.
Pleasant  Prospect.
The prospect of every man, woniaa
and child in this city being vaccinate!
ment ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tion, gave  up  last night after Strug
gling  since September 22 and  sought j
terms.    Supplies have been nearly    exhausted for sometime and for the last:
,���  ���..r    two  weeks  the  relief committee has'
subject  kept the commissary stores open only
by cutting down the supplies furnished
Bomb In Chicago.
the strikers. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The executive committee of the
strikers tm t yesterday and after a
long discussion sent for Thomas A
Rickert, president of the l'nited Garment Workers, and told him they
could hold out no longer. Hickert
urged the men to return to work at
the employers' terms. He then sent a
I committee to the employers ancl sev
eral  firms agreed to take hack their   prospective victims    within   the   la
organization, have taken their protection Into their own hands and aie
fighting the menace with its ow;;
weapons.
According to the police, four Blac;
Hand agents have been killed by their
Reno, Nov., Feb. .'.-In the Nevada
lv  the  flrsl   gun  was  fired  in
."ci   light  wliich Is evidently go-
be  waged  in an.   endeavor ta
;):���.���   present   divorce   law     of ^	
1   \ssemblvman Hacker, of Nya towards Kurope.
���� Hostilities when ho      in Odessa there    were a couple 0
aros, and gave notice that within tho months   lull in -he plag ue   a nd   the
tew davs he will introduce a bill present     outbreak    is   ascrlbed    >
,  aasembly amending the present physicians .0 the plague-st.>< k       ar
,  j"      ���                                           ; which find much more easv  access to
le Hacker gave no Intimation as the houses than in   Western   .Europe,
at his till amending the present An experienced   1 lusstan   doctor   a
, 111 contain, and did not state ou peals to the author!Um to destroy the
it date he nroDoses to Introduce the rats on a large scale and safeguard
(Continued on Page Four.)
MEN FOLKS OF VILLAGE
i    ARE DRUNK ON VINEGAR
former employees without discrimina
tion.
CHILDREN'S APPETITES
CAUSE DIVORCE SUIT
Excited Perry County Man Telephones j
Revenue Collector Peddlers Are
Demoralizing Town.
Father of  Nine  Sues  Mother of
that Failed to  Pay Their
Board.
Five
1A amendment, ll ta known that
tmendmenl will   carry   a clause
1     '  ting the residence section of the
i ���  enl law from six months to   one
and   that   it   will   be  introduced
1   the next  few days unless ce.-     .
Missions which the   south, rn  holds, be at present In
la legislators are holding out for come|. forward _and_cast
the children from their attacks.
An extraordinary order of the day
has been issued on the subject hy the
military   sanitary    inspector    of    the
Caucasus, who calls upon wizards and
sorcerers, some few of whom must, na
the army, to  ���
a  spell upon  lng. the other day.
Oakland, Feh. 5.���The alleged excessive appetites of live step-children and
tlieir respective husbands and wives,
St. Louis, Feh. 5.���Vinegar aud
elder threaten to demoralize tne town
of Barker, Perry county, Mo., according to a long distances telephone mes- . ���.^^^^ 	
sage from that   town   tto    Aaron   .1. ' nine children, he claims nearlv ruined   sert
Pareira.  deputy    collector    of    inter-   Wm   foras   , ,    ,    , ,a,      h)   under arrest
national revenue, at the federal build H    .. nllllflm)
I which, combined with that of his own
nre granted.     Principal  among these  the disease-bringing rodents.
ions is a modification or com-
l>leti ri real of the present anti-
- v ll ling  law.
TIMBER FIGURES LARGE.
MANY ASSIST POLICE
i    IN FRUITLESS MAN RUNT
Of
eers   Hear   Rumor���Go  to   Investigate���Attract Attention���Find
Nothing.
'' 'hase somewhat after tho John
(>h| in plan was perpetrated on Colum
hii street east yesterday.
Two officers of the city police force
tables Stanton and Bourke, were
notified  that  some suspicious looking
characters were lurking in the vicinity or $223,308.
of Leopold Place.   They started up tin; ���
si hu.,|k at a sharp pace which by tho
time they had reached Albert Crescent
bud developed into a run.
Revenue from    This    Department   for
January Nearly Quarter Million.
Victoria,    Feb. 5.���The    returns   of
the timber branch of the crown lands
department for the month of January
have Just heen completed and show n
total  of  Tin  timber  licenses to have
been issued for lands west of the Cas
cades,   producing  a   revenue  of  $1011,-
737.60;   east   of  the  Cascades during
Ithe period In review the number   of
licenses issued was T.'lh bringing   to
Ithe     treasury     $00,320.50.       Timber
I license   *-^^^^^^^^^���
ties,   $626;     and    miscellaneous    receipts, $2.    There were 299 coal prospecting  licenses  Issued     during    the
montli,  the  fees  aggregating  $30,200,
while coal  prospecting  license transfer fees added $1076, a grand total of
revellue for the month being produced
An excited citizen telephoned Pa
rcita that two men were selling these
liquids to tho citizens of Barker, and
that all who partook of them became
intoxicated, lie asked the government
to take Immediate steps to nreven-
further sales. Thc report will be in
vestigated.
the suit for divorce filed by William
S. Smith against Klla R. Smith.
Smith says that he was married   in
March. NOT, thus joining in one family
SENT BUSHEL OF LOVE
NOTES IN SHORTHAND
llollidayshurg, Pa., Feb. 6���A breach   Partaking
or   promise   suit   brought   by   Miss Paying n<
Frances Brlmbaugh against George C
Kelchner, jr.. a society man of Altoona
and the son of a prominent wholesale
ij     ?.,,.,���                 merchant, was placed on trial yester-
fees amounted to $340;  penal-  day.
Miss Brlmbaugh testified that their
Oiuseppi    Adippa;    body   mutilated
with  stiletto and ax;   found  in  allev
in rear of 1021 South  Paulina sireet
January 19.
img in uud ..........       lt  is  well  known that  most  of the
niue of his Children and five children threatening letters received hy well-to
of his wife. All of the children were do Italian-American business men In
of the marriageable age. and most Chicago and other parts of the country
were then married. He says that he have never been shown to the police,
and his wife had an agreement before and that tribute has been consistently
the marriage that he would not bu paid by many of these without an)
obliged to Bupport her children. complaint to the detectives.
He complains   that   these   children      The police have found it extremely
have continued to remain at his house  difficult    to   gain   Information,   evea
of his    board entirely aud   when crimes had been committed, the
nothing  for It.    tie comulai       victims    evidently      fearing     further
ornamented   with  gilt    nnd    crystals.
The feet rest on lious and more lions
are enameled in hlue on the backs oi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ jthe chairs.    F.aeh chair is embroidere ���,
  in silk with the designs of the royal
���,_���.,,      r   ,.       standard, and at the top of the chair
Chicago,   Feb.   6.���Wealthy   Lallan  backs at each corner are tha lion and
victims of the Black Hand, hopeless of   the unicorn,
protection from the police and fearing      The king and queen  will wear the
to tell what thev know of the dreade 1   J".0^'1   rolies  of  (,ee')  c-r'msou   velvet.
until and caped with ermine.
Stated in the front benclu s will !__
the peers, clad in their   scarlet    ami
��� inline, and immediately behind them
I the peeresses.    The diplomatic representatives of the various countries will
also be present in their multi-colorcl
uniforms trimmed with gold and lacv.
Moct Important Event.
Politically, the opt nlng of the present parliament i.s    a must    impoiUuit.
event.   It practically marks a new em
In   British   politics,  as   the   House   of
Lords will  be compelled to pass the
famous  veto  bill,  which  will  greatly
curtail tbeir power.
This veto measure wns the direct'
result of the Cord's failure to pas.?
Lloyd George's famous budget in H>0<),
which resulted in the dissolution of
parliament in January, 1910. The Liberal party was again returned to
power, and the Lords were compelled
to swallow tbe budget. In order to
prevent any such crisis In the future
a measure was drawn up by the government leaders depriving the Lords
of any voice in financial measures, but
it was known at the time that the
peers would not accept thc measure.
Tbe death of King Fdward last spring;
put an end to the differences between
the two bodies for the time being, and
King George then made an attempt to
month,  and  many  more  murders  are
expected.
Assistant Chief Schuttler is firmly
convinced that the men who have paid
blackmail for years in silence, fearing
the vengeance of "manu ncra," ghoul 1
they complain, have resolved to meet
the stiletto with the stiletto and punish the ���criminals of their own race
with their own hands.
Four men, It is now believed, were
murdered by men of their own race
who ostensibly met tliem to pay
tribute:
Paul Moonia, S01 Gault court; found
dead in alley in rear of 1320 Penn
street November 27 last,
Charles Gagliona. lived with
Moonia:  body found at same time.
Carruello Timminia, 50fi West Oak
street;   shot   In  head  Jandary  21    at
Sedgwick and Kim streets; refused to
talk to police;  federal authorities as
he was partner of man they have
(Continued on Page Four.)
AMERICAN LUMBERMEN
ANXIOUS FOR A HEARING
Know What to  Expect.
Brazil, Intl.,  Feh.  r,���When
courtship lasted for three years, ani
she produced in court a bushel of post
cards she bad received from the defendant, The love messages were written on these cards in shorthand so as
to bar out. inquisitive postmasters.
j She fixed the damages to her affections at $6000. Thc trial will he re
���timed Menday. . itjgjtttj
that  when his hoarders came to    in-  vengeance
elude the husbands and wives of these  talked,
children the burden became excessive. ' ���
On one occasion lie suggested to his
wife, he avers, that one of her sons
pay liis grocery bill. His wife called
him had names and planted her fist in
his chest with a force that caused him
considerable physical pain and, on account of "his refined and delicate temperament," considerable mental anguish.
from   their   foes   lf they
Dealers from  Across the Border Are
Anxious to Get Free Logs Admitted from Canada.
KAFFIRS AS LABORERS.
I    Washington, Feb. r>.
Pacific roast    lumber
-A hearing to**
manufacturer*
1
si
thin
    ^^^ I man
several  persons  walking along tho enters a secret organization he knows
"**'"��� that he Will be subjected to an initiation, and if he is aceidently hurt during the "third degree" and no one is
particularly to blame tor .he same, he
is not entitled to damages from the Order. This was the decision given by
Judgt  Rawloj of the Putnam-Clay cir-
,'f  .inm."'' F.  k
Btreel noticed the haste evinced by the
Policemen and started to take part In
' 'base. In a minute or two the
���'" "i runners, hoping to see some-
at the end of the (hase, had de-
d   into   moving   picture  propor-
 ver. when the officers reached  cull  court  InJthe rn
,!l  nsyliim gates they had seen notli
of the men they  BOUghl    and    so
they quietly returned, leaving the gul-
ard vs. the Staunton Lodge. I. O. O. F.
Eckard claimed that he received permanent injuries hy falling to the floor
First Lady Bars Wine.
Richmond, Feh. 6,���"As long as I
am in the Executive Mansion tbere
shall be no Intoxicants. My entertainments nre fully as much enjoyed without them as when they were served. scene
during  former  regimes.    People who  * ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
visit  my  home will never touch thej
wine cup."   Thus spoke tbe wife of Ihe Floods   Recede,
governor of Virginia, who is to hold Sacramento, Cal., Feh. 3.---Further
bway In the Executive Mansion for at danger from floods along the Sacra
least three years 1 m. er. Tins? words memo river was believed to have pas-
nf  Mm   v .'Ull.rn  llod"es Minn    were , ed today when the wate       ���������*..
Bill to Regulate Native Labor in South   upon the Canadian reciprocity agree-
Africa Is Bitterly Attacked. ,uenl wa8 aslu>d of ,ho ho,1Re wa-vs alul'
means committee   yesterday   by    Bsf-
Johanneshurg, Feh. 5.���The South ward Hines, of Chicago, president ol
African bill to regulate and proteCC the National Association of Lumbat
native labor is heing attacked in un- Manufacturers. Mr. Hines admitted'
measured terms by the Laborites, who that he would not oppose the agree-
declare that it is Intended to banish menl if American lumber Interests
j white labor, and re-establish a modi- could be allowed free logs from Canned form of slavery. ada.    He said the treaty proposed tu
The  record  of   Mr.   Purton,  Union  make lumber, but not. logs, free.
Minister for native affairs, who is re-      Lumbermen warn the   same    privt
sponsible for the bill, entirely disposes  leges that is given    the   wood    pulp
Outbreak in Dutch Indies.
Batavla, Hutch Kast indies, H'fth, R
There  has  been a   serious   outbreak
..,���..,ir* the Chinese on the island of
Bllllton.    The capital, Tanjung   Pan-
dan, was looted and burned, and the
chief administrator and  others   mur-  -~-~���---  ��� -  _-.- .
dered.   Troops have heen sent to the cipleoi making laborers shortcomings
of the latter charge; but the bill do:>s
continue  the old South  Afiican prin-
manufacturers, said Mr. Hines.   Pulp,
logs are made free by the treaty.
North of Minnesota, he said, them-
is the largest body of white pine. left.
In North America, but under present
conditions it must be manufacture,!
on the Canadian side.   Representative
criminal acts, which, tinder more
democratic systems, would be classified as civil offences to be dealt witu
in tbe civil courts. U1I lllv- v���  _,^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. Creswell, who is well known as champ Clark asked Mr. Hines whet*>e.-
the champion of the policy of enlarg- lumber had not actually gone up after
iimu i��,��r lug the scope of employment of white the reduction made in the last tariff
whi h hid  men In tbe mines, said ln a speech to-  hill.   Mr. Hines answered that lumber.
Ivvt   men in tne mines, saiu in u b.od^u m-   m...   **���*     ,.,_,"_.*    .tnndnclnt
^.   .      . #-��+   ���f   ��,ia nlrht that the bill would enormously, from the manufacturers    standpeni,
i-y quietly returned, leaving the gm- mimem ��'J"��'��'".":"n,�� \���i��� three ��a��e l�� an addrew   to   the Women's reached   twenty-seven   feet   at   this nigni  ._._ ������....  .,���,���.. '���.��� v����� ��,!���* rteadllr *��wn.       ��� ...
Ible sight seers In a state or hopeless  when he was taken nto' '�� 1,MJe ""e*,Temperance League of America,
nygtery, .., ,v year* ago and sougnt ��i,uuu uamages.    ��  *���
l point, fell to 26.8.
night mat tne nni wuuiu euuiiiiuum,,   num  >-��������- ���    .      *-__
.handicap white labor ln South Africa, had beea going steadily flown.- PACK TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY
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SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
BURNADY���We have a few lets left
in our ' ibdi\ i i in Immediately adjoining,  from  $300  up;    $20    cash
and $lu per month.
WANTED.
WANTED���NICE GIRL TO TAKE
, , ,. 0f two cl lldren afternoons I om
, .,. to six.   Apply 48 Royal avei u i
Appl> during morning.
CITY���Eighth avenue, two lots, each
t'lt't-*: 132; i ne b< lng on corner, unex
celled location, convenient to car.
$3000, terms.
WANTED���YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
the real estate and Insurance busi-
i     ;.   Apply iii'ii Columbia street,
WATCRFRONTACc within city. 130
feel of deep waiter frontage on Lulu
bland. Al present only $66 per
foot,
WANTKD --  TWO      GOOD     WAIT
resses,   Apply at the Windsor hotel
Good wages.
BLACKSMITH WANTS WORK.
Rough or line. Apply IU Twelfth
street, city.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
cuts who wish to purchase live or
six romn modern cottages to tho
,aiue of $3500, $500 cash, balance on]
easy terras. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 680,
WANTKD ��� LAD'S   WISHES WORK
by the day.    Serve tea in evening Or
care for children, Apply M. P., \v,\s
McQUARRlE STREET���$125 down
secures a lot suit able for nice home
; ite.     Prli e $375,
EIGHTEENTH street on new cut off
B. C. E. li., large lot, 50x150, ele ire l
and cultivated.    $1500, easy terms.
;WEST END LOTS, each 50x132. affording good Investment al present
price $450 each;  one-third cash.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
1   Real   Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing.
Phone 832.      646 Columbia St.
LETTER HINTS AT
Man Says Mother Might be
Expected to Try to Sell Unwilling Girl Into Marriage
DliCTOk ACCUSED OF
PRESGUBlNIi LIQUOR
TEie OM Folks
find advancing years bring an Increasing tendency   ffo
to constipation.    The corrective  Ihcy  need  Is
v
5?
Chemawa, Or., Feb. 5.���Thai Mary
Dowling, the mother of Selina Dowling, the half-breed Indian girl who
was arrested at Juneau, Alaska, upon
the death of the mother by poisoning,
was tryini; lo si ll her daughter In marriage agalnsl her wish, but according
to tribal custom, is jj
let- which was reci*:
The authorities of
cian school received
Edward  Dowling, father
Druggists to  Be   Charged   With  Tak-1
ing   Physicians'   Orders   Over
the  Telephone.
s
Dayton.    Feb.    5��� With   one
known physician under arrest and saying that he will Issue warrants for al
leasl two more, as well as three drug
stoics. Prosecuting Attorney lloberi
Sturdevanl has declared war on alleged illicit liquor dealing ia "dry"
Dayton.
Dr.  .1.  A.   Macl.aelilan  was arrested
yesterday, charged with Issuing a pre-
,,1! by a let-1scrlptlon  for liquor for C.  I..   Fritz,!
,v recently, j "well knowing that said Fritz did not;
mawa In-1 need  ll  as medicine."    Dr.  Mael.aeh-
lail  pleaded  not  guilty.
The druggists  will  be arrested on
charges of "filing prescriptions dlctal
NA-DRU-CO" Laxative
Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painle-
A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly.    ],���
doses  never  needed.    Compounded, like all the   125 NA-1 I
paratlons, by expert chemists.*   Money back if not satisfactory.
     25c. a box.    If your druggist ha.s not yet stocked them,
Bi nd 25c. and we will mad them,
NATIONAL DRUG &. CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   22
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Clearance Sale
iei ter  from
of the   girl,
 OF
who. the Iirl says, suggested the ptilj
chase of the poison for tiie murder of   ed   Over   the   telephones    not   in    the
ber   mother,     111   his     letter    DOWllng    handwriting of a  reputable doctoi'."
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iftlce.
WANTED  -    CARPENTERS,      ME
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on street
,ar line. We furnish cleared lot.
lumber and material on the ground
.: ( ost. Vou build your own bom I
for residence, rent or sale, or W'
will build yon a home to silt on j
si .all monthly payments. Call
i.eiidy & Blumer Realty Cy. Hun
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, (Tel. 8365), or 613 Columbia
street New- Westminster. Tel
687,   open evenings till '.t p.m.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    HOUSE-1
keeping   rooms;    good    references.
Apply box S, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH,     IM-1
proved,  with  buildings, iu  th.e  vicinity  of New   Westminster.      Full |
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street cast.
TO   LET
TO   RENT.
COMFORTABLE   BED-
room   for   one   or   two   gentlemen^ | j
Fourth slice:.
TO KKXT���A LARGE
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room suitable foi- two
if d
eslred.
61 ',
Fourth avenue, between
Sixtli
and
Seventh street s.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���HOUSE, -1.8 ELEVENTH
street, built for owner. Enquire on
job, or call at 406 Eleventh Btreet.
FOR    SALE���CHANCE    FOK    POKT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
HO
For Sale
Five roomed modern cottage;
large  corner  lot   on  Twelfth
street; concrete block foundation and full basement. I'i ico
$3150, One-third cash, bai
anee arranged.
Twelve loomed house mi Liverpool street; brings $35 a
month rent. Price $42.00
one-third cash, balance ar
ranged.
New nine roomed modern house
on Nanaimo and Twelth Sts..
concrete block foundation;
furnace, separate toilet, etc.
$6000; one-third cash, balance arranged, or will rent
for $ lu ;i month.
New live roomed house in Sap-
perton, one hlock front ear on
Improved  street.  $2100;   $800
cash. hai. easy.
New seven roomed modern
hoi;.-..- on 99x124 foot corner.
Eighth avenue. $4500; cash
$1500, balance arranged, or
to rent foi- $25 a month.
Six roomed modern    lrmse    on
Fifth   avenue,  near   city    car.
$3000; one-third casli, balance
iirranged.
We have the choicest of the
acreage buvs in SURREY and
DELTA.
"l  have   a   daughter   here who is
about, sixteen years of age, but rather
small,   and   who    has    had    hut    liu le
schooling, and I desire to give as fair
a start  in life as my circumstances as
i   laboring   man   will   permit    and    to
keep  her away  from  lhe  Influence  of
her native mother, whose tribal custom  is, at  about  this lime to sell  her
in   marriage  to  most  anv    man    wlio!    ______________________________
would pay her price. Ml  Pierced  by  bull, ts fired  by   two
******* ,,���.   Armenians,   lie died on the spot, His
assailants escaped Sanl-ed-Dowlah
was returning home from a tue,ling
of parliament when he was attacked,
PERSIAN   PATRIOT  13
KILLED   BY   ASSASSINS
Teheran, PerBia, Feb. ���",. The po
litical situation in Persia is likely to
be aggravated by tbe assassination
yesterday of the minister ol   finance,
Saiii-ed-l lowlah.      The    minister    was
walking    in    the   street      when     he
"1 expect  tlie l'nited States dlstr
court  will give nie complete custody of.
the   child   lo  be   placed   in  some  such
Institution as your's outside tin, ter-
l itory."
Suffragettes Make Th-eats.
London, Feb. 5.���The stately cere-
mony of the opening of parliament by
;i.e king in state, on Monday, is likely
to he marred by a new outburst of suf-
fragette activity. In a special message the country.
cent to the Exchange Telegraph com
There      was      great      excitement
throughout the c ity , s lhe news
spread. The assssins goi a start mi
their pursuers and had not been overtaken late in the day.
The minister was a leadlni repre
Bentatlve of the new- regime in Persia,
and one of the most influential men in
The assassination comes at a timi
FOR  SALE OR  RENT  BY  OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New-
Westminster, B. C.
LOST.
LOST���SI'M OF MONEY IN A PINK
enve'ope. Somewhere between Roya
avenue an 1 Second avenue. Finder
plea-e let urn to Dally News office
and obtain lewaid.
! any for publication in the press the  of considerable political bitterness In
leaders of the millltant Buffragists de-  'he Persian capital as a resull   ol   a
clare that  unless   the   king's   speecn quarrel in parliament over the appoint
contains an Intimation that a suffrag-  ment of flnncial advisers.
it  bill will be brought forward   as a      Sani-ed-Dowiah was presldenl of the
governmenl measure during the com-  flrst parliament and had held the po I
ing session "our demonstration will he of minister of the Interior and mini-
passive but significant."   What the na-  Bter of public instruction,   He gol into
ture of the demonstration will he has  trouble with the former shah in Do-
not  been disclosed,  but   in   anticipa- cember, 1907, and was arrested.   Th ���
tion of some now display of the worn-  following   day   he   was  released  aa
Jen's ingenuity the police force will be   resull of ibe Intervention of the Brit-
! strengthened. j ish minis:,-:-. Sir ('. Spring-Rice.
''CANADIAN
IFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
""M"" B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
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.
5:f>0 p. m Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Feb.  1. til
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p. m	
dan   31, Feb. 14, 28.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a. m Kvery Thursday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  W.   BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnectinn, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
Reid, Curtis
& Dorgan
706 Columbia St.
.^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver   and   Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.     (No. 90).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and    Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8: HO���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   (No   9fi).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. W. BRODIE,        KI). GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
rtoom  r,.  Westminster Trust Building
New  Westminster, B. C.
3hone  661 Residence  Phone  133
Westminster
Transfer Co.
l;ffice 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Ptaone U
Columbia  Street
IP.agga.ge   delivered    promptly    _���
any part of tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TKAM DEPOT.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
aud interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
Fit-Reform Suits make a search
for anything better a waste of time
If you want the best there is, there is no reason
why you should not have it.
Fit-Reform prices are within every gentleman's
income ��� and Fit-Reform styles are unfailingly
correct.
Above, we show two of the new models for this
season���on the left is the "Straight Front"���the
other, is the "Young Man's
Sack". Both are made in
imported Worsteds and English,
Scotch and Irish Tweeds.
$18. to $35.
119
i    NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
| G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
M.  J.  PHILLIPS
Sole   Aoent   in   New   Westminster
Ladies and Children's
Wear
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A. J* EIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
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txrrt-no. .marwmjiiia
B.C.
er  and
inucaooi
Mills
Trading
Co.
~ **    I ""P'Maiinfactim'r.   and  Dealer! in  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,   SHINGLCS,  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXFS      LARGE     ^TOCK     PLAIN     AND
.. i-arUkUll::' FANCY  GLASS. ^1      ���
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12
New  Westminster B'��
GOLD  DUST  will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
i j^-rsTff z_i_*tti*i��*mm*Bi*w '- *-;: * vote!
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it;GOLl) DUST digs deep after germs
ar.d impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving" you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right proportions to cleanse
easily, vigorously, _2^
an cl without harm to i
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
*        Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, lhe oval cake.
ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
The Golden Cow is the trade murk of the St. Charles Condensing C
This Bign on a can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and  .
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream.   It combine* s
low price thc highest quality and the greatest purity, the finest flavoi s
the greatest power of nutrition.   For infants and growing chi'''""'!'���]t
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity.   For the strong snd w(
is a luxury.   It is equal to the liest of ordinary cream for all purposes,
many purposes it is Infinitely supsrior, In using St. Charles Cream, ��>"
for infants, for invalids, or  in  ordinary cookery, you take no Cm     ���
Il.inH.vni: booklet nl valuable information to mother! indRUTM! **ttt ft*U upon ��PP       |
Sold by "Be-ft Grocers  E-OeryX-uhere ^
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY t'     In*e��o1'^
ality,
A Good Thing ts Sure to be Appreciated
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preceding one.   The most healthful and nutritious of *****"���**
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l~h�� DAILY NEWS.
PAGK  THREE.
. KISS YOUR MINSTREL BOY GOOD-BYE
Sung in GEORGE EVANS
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The
Luncheon   Trio
As now being sung in Chas. Dillingham's
Singing and Dancing Frolic
"THE ECHO"
at the Globe theatre, New York.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  FEBRUARY  G,  191,
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PALMER
GASOLENE ENGSftSES
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25  II.  P.
4 Cycle.
��. A. Paige.
MONDAY,  FEBRUARY  6,  191
NOT   NEW   WESTMINSTER
We can quite understand   thai
5>oopIe   of   Soyt
adjust the matter by a conference of'
the le id n   or both sides.   This lasted jl
^h   ��� 1 all summer l.ng and tl,rough the fall,   "
��� Managing Director I and    _iK,���    pal.llamon)    reassembled
last November, It was announced ihat
no agn ement had been reached.
Lords Ignore Resolution.
Tho House of Commons proceeded
Immediatelj to pass Premier As ,u.tl,\.
veto resolution, bul this was Ignored
by the House   of Lords.   A   measure j
drafted   by   Lord    Lalisdov, lie.     wliich .
provided  for a  change  in  the   upper
chamber, bul  no curtailment of power I
was passed by Ibis body.    This result  I
ed in the dissolution of parliament on
November 28, and    another   election.
When Uie results were ascertained, it
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Work!
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
hai  the
Eburne, j
Vancouver,   ���-_^^^^^^^^^^^_
^^_^_ was found thai  the Liberal party ha
Richmond and Point Grey should feel agaln been retUrned to power, having,
annoyed at the delay 111 the com- with the aid of the Nationalist and
mencement of the  dredging   of   the .*f��� P""". a majority of 126 over
I the l nlonists.
North Arm of the Fraser, which work     slloulll thp House 0l- LordB (.;)ntin,K,
the governmenl promised to set about   t,-> refuse to accept the veto resolution,
at ence when the Fraser Improvement' King George will be forced to create a
deputation waited upon the executive sufficient" number of Liberal peers to
,    .... ,. carrv Ihe measure through.    The king
al Ottawa In De-ember last.   Bui we naturally dls]lkea ,���    take any BUoh
cannol see the Bllghtest reason for action, and he hopes that the knowl-
these good people attributing the edge that he will be compelled to
frustration of their desires to tiie In- swamp the hereditary chamber by new
creations,  if the peers  refuse lo  sub
mil. vvill be sufficient to secure their
submission.
tli.ence of New Westminster. At a
meeting of tliose interested, which
took place at the Vancouver city hall
on Thursday, if was alleged by both
Messrs. Vogel and Easterbrook that It
���was the Royal city which was preventing the execution of the work.
Upon what ground such a charge is
laid we do not comprehend.    Bul  we	
ilo  know  thai   New   Westminster   has
, ... , ���   ,      ,, 1 at about the same time is refreshing.
<One nothing to hinder lie carrying ,��� ��� ��� ,;,,,.,,.    ,- ,,     ,        ,    -
f ��� In a majority ol cases the inoculation
out of the scheme.     As a  matter of   with virus does not   incapacitate   thc
fact this city is just as anxious as its   patient except in a slight degree.    In
sister municipalities to see this dredging, both on the North arm and tho
Red Badge Will fan
Wearer Is Vaccinated
fContinued   from  Page One.l
other  instances  tlie  operation  is  followed by soreness of the vaccinated
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_       ___\ the member being to all intent
main channel undertaken withoul any  and purposes useless    for days.    The
further delay. New Westminster is
suffering quite as severely as her
neighbors, and perhaps more so, from
the non-execution of the work.
MR. SIFTON'S   POSITION.
novelty of seeing the business of    a
city carried en by a one armed people
is not without, its humorous side.
Quarantine Lifted.
On Saturday Clayburn and Huntingdon were free of quarantine,   having
been under the ban for less than two
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      weeks.   Chilliwack has not been quar-
���,, ,.  ,              (���������,   ��� antined,    but    schools    and    chinahe,
he story which comes from an 111- , . ,      .        .,    ,,   ,
J have been closed until all danger    la
dustrious news correspondent   at   Oi- over    Mission, where    the   epidemic
tawa  anent   the   probable   desert'.on started, still remains a closed    town.
from the ranks of the Liberal party by No   cases   have   been   ret oiled   from
the Hon. Clifford Sifton, bv reason of J*dner or ��the,r dowr! F,iver '1"in,s- Aa
far as can be learned here, the upper
his opposition  to  Hie proposed   reci-  countl-v    and    ,he    interior  are  not
procity agreement, may lie taken with  troubled with the smallpox,
the  proverbial  grain  of salt. Though      Exactly  what  steps   will  be  taken
Mr. Sifton mav be opposed to the pol-   with "-*?** '.>  wholesale  vaccination
is not yet decided, bul individuals will
icy of tlie government in regard to be anowed a certain length of time tr.
some of the projected arrangements secure the services of their family
with the United States, as in facl are physician, A record will be kept of
also some other members of the Lib-  every person vaccinated.    Later every
eral party, it is not at all likely tbat  ?""?J}*bo" ��ame does not figure 0.1
' . tins list  will be requested to submit
he will take the extreme step of sev-
well-established    political
to the operation.
Persons who are figuring on playing
0 to the camp of the Oppcsi- hide-and-seek with the provincial re. illations might do worse than ponder on .
the clause which treats of penalties.
and wherein the offender is tod ho
will be given Ids choice between pay- j
ing a fine of |lhO or spending six-
months learning an unpopular dance
called the lock-step.
erin::     his
ties, and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lion.
That, would  be  P 'lineal suicide, an
act which would confer neither honor
nor advantage upon him. Mr, Sifton lias
too much of the sense of rectitude and
good sense to do a thing of this kind
He can easily exercise his rights as a
STRIKE   IS   CALLED  OFF.
member of the house and vote against 	
the proposal, and  it  is quite unneces-   presicjent of Union  Tells   Men   They
sary  for him  to  make   any   extreme Have Gone Too  Far.
move in o:'tl��r to  render his position       Snohomish,    Feb.    a.���The    shingle
clear upon this, question. weavers' strike at the Ten Hlock mill, |
,,     ,...,,       ,        . 11    . 1 owned by the Cascade Lumber & Shin-
Mr. Sifton has done excellent work g,e companyj has ,,een ca���ed 0��� a|1��� |
as a cabinet minister 111 the past, and the mill  started  up yesterday   morn-'
is at present ib.ing splendidly as the ing. Clarence Folsom, president of the
president of the Conservation commis- International Shingle Weavers' Union,
.. ���. __. was here, and told the strikers   they
sion.    He enjoys the confidence and haf, . o ^ lQ ^^ ^ ^ ag ^
esteem of the entire house, and with min was paying the union scale. They
the statesmanlike attributes which he did liave a right, lie said, to ask for
undoubtedly possesses there   is  every , more pay, but not to close the mill,
reason to expect that he will
always
occupy a high position in the councils
of the state. To destroy such brilliant prospects by an act that would
savour of spite rather than wisdom is
a folly that we are sure Mr. Sifton
would not perpetrate.
Conservative  Elected.
Winnipeg,  Fen.   5.���C.   Y.   Newton,
banker,   Roblln,   Man.,    Conservative,
was elected member for Ruasll yesterday by over one hundred majority.
SNOW   UPON   ROOFS
HELPS   TO   FIGHT   FIRE
Everett, Feb. f>.���The residents believe that the snow on the roofa of the
houses in Langley was all that saved
the Whidby island town from being
wiped out by fire last night when the
general merchandise store of Edward
Howard burned to its foun'.ation.
The blaze, burning down from the
dripping roof, gave tha volunteers
time to save the contents of the post-
office, located in the Howard store,
hut only $2110 worth of goods and fixtures were saved.
A. Anderson, a blacksmith who was
on the roof, was painfully burned. Several others also received minor injuries.
Howard estimates his loss on the
'building and its contents at $5000,
which is practically covered by insu>-
ance.
-WOMAN'S   DEATH   WILL
GIVE   YALE
FUNDS
Springfield, Mass., Feb. 5.���By the
death yesterday ot Mrs. Eunice R.
Smith, of this city, a substantial fund
is released for the benefit of Yale university. Mrs. Smith was the widow of
Dr. David P. Smith, who died many
years ago.
Under the terma of Dr. Smith's will,
his widow was to enjoy the income of
liis estate during her lifetime, but upon her death two-fifths of the estate
was to revert to Yale university.
Until the estate is appraised its exit:.',    i.i not be known.
Prof. W. G. Alexander
Of  Fowler  &   Wells  Co.,  New   York,
in his series of
Delightful   Lecture   Entertainments on Human Nature
ST. PATRICK'S HALL.
Every night, beginning Tuesday,
February 7.
Admission,  First  Night Free.    Collection Taken.
Public examination on the stage of
four   or   more   ladies   or   gentlemen
selected by the audience at the close
of each lecture.
Private consultation dally from 10
a.m., at tlie Professor's parlors, Russell hotel.
i
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Twin Screw Steamship
I
3,500   Tons,   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,W/2 Knots.
e
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FROM  JOHNSON'S  WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturd
FO:< PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. M
^^   lew
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
I
iDid You Ever
I ���count the number of people stopping before a well lighted show window In one night '.' You would
probably find that for every one stopping between seven and eight, four
stop between eight and nine, and
i w elve bei ween nine and ten,
We are willing lo aid you In taking
advantage of this, but your windows
should be well lighted.
Phone Till for further particulars,
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
iys
ondays
Direct connection at  Prince Ruperl   for  Stewart,    s.  S.  "Prim
beri"   will   leave  Prince  Ruperl Februarj 3 und 17 for Porl
Kincolith, Masseil, ski,legate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway
way. etc.
.-i tu;
etc
Double traca  unit  moaern  luxurious  trains  between  Chicago    nnd
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto,     Montreal,    Portland,
and  modern luxurious  trains  betwf
lllnmilt"
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia
Ime tables, illustrated
^^^^^^^^^^    Bosto
Baltimore and Washington,
For tickets,
apply to __|
HARRY <;. SMITH,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet.
527 Granville St.,
GENERAL   AGENCY
i nii'-o'iv't r
B.C
literature, and all Inform d i
L. V. DUTCH
Commercial  Vgi
I'l.one Tlon. Phono :
TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
P
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FOR THE
A carload of furniture just put into stock. These are
goods from the Geo. McLagan Furniture Co., Stratford,
Ont., the best makers of this class of goods in Canada,
hese will be sold at our usual low prices~THE LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining Tables
at the fou wing prices :
$10.50 for $ 8.00
14.00 for 11.00
16.50 solid oak 13.25
15.00 solid oak  12.00
29.00 quartered
oak pedestal   or 25.00
���-**rV*sO*t.*..*.44.4....*>'>.....*.*>*���
ing TabSa
44 inch top extends to 8 ft.
Buffet
48 inch top, 18 x 36 oval
bevel plate mirror, large linen drawers, cupboard for
dishes, t lined drawer and 2
small drawers.
1 Set of Diners
6 chairs, golden oak finish.
: The lot for $44.00 !
Buffets
at the following prices
$27.50
for
$22.50
30.00
for
23.50
42.00
for
36.00
47.00
for
40.00
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China Cabinets at the
following price:
$27.00    for    $23.00
Sets of Dining Chairs at the following prices:
$53.50
35.00
32.50
38.50
for
for
for
for
$43.95
26.00
24.00
32.90
$30.00 for $24.90
20.00 for 16.50
24.00    for      20.00
$23.50
23.00
26.00
12.50
for
for
for
for
$18.75
17.50
19.75
10.80
The  best dsplay in the  city
Don't fail to set> it
FJ    k(^\    1 The Latest FinisK for tke 111 ^  1*4**
urned Uak- d__, r00��� ?������;,,,;���,, -wejjhave it
Galloway & Lewis
Phone 829.
Corner Columbia and Fourth streets, New Westminster.
War" -y* *_,;������      **���.�� MONDAY,  FEBRUARY 6,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
_________
THE    PERISHABILITY   OF   RICHES.
IS flOW ORGANIZED
een
.   ���
-ream Will be Composed of
me Brews and Others���
asury Well Filled.
,   itive standing of the Maple
0 . e club, oi Vancouver, and
,. !.,. it Lacrosse Club, Limit-
am, city, may be Judged by
Ihat the former Is now
organized, ban elected offl
decided to apply for active
ubip in i I'i' ,!- C. L, A. for thla
while the Ditto, Ltd , fell down
when ii tried to hold a meeting
iast week, only a handful of Interested
 I do players Bhowlng up.
the other may be,    bul    it.,
. !ful.
tlon   meeting   oi   tho
...  Leafs was held   on   Saturday.
were elected     ll    v a *
....    t the club had ample finan
and that it  was n e in
, form a strong t< am ol home
i.i he club's colors during
The term "home brew"
1 li   meaning Bince lai i
In Id  to  Include any    la-
.    i iw resident in Vane iu
Intention of the i   ib
from the < ast. the
ers I elng g ithered from
after Con Jones b is
��� ikhandlers of I   i
I City.   I lave Gibbons ma;   be
le Li af unlf irm . evi
on I ie salary, for Dave
oul  for the mazuma.
wen  app int-
��� .  . ear     Patron, 11 .
j  president, c.
-    i ;   'il.     T.   .1     V.     tl
���   Ident,  K.  McCI iy;
n   dent,  I'   I.   Ban
M mn    treasun .. ll
ti   Ide, Martin, Lee and
,   . ,      d as deli     les
tt   la 1 ,ai   o
mini   ��� ���   consisting    of
and Lee was ap] i i
iver to acl  in I
-
'PEG   CURLER   WILL   SKIP
-. .   IN   SWITZERLAND   '8PIEL
James   M
ler, who
emier honors al the
��� :   held   In   Su It.
.. ed word on Sal
-   Pet    Ljall, ji.. palron ol
��� asso lal lon, tha'
Inti ntion I i take a
��� .  swlt. .���ri.iiiii bonspiel
annual fixture
tod iy, and Winiii-
��� o hear I hai tho
kip  will  make   a    good
Mi.   Riddell,   who   played
mid, will be one of '  e
Ir  I.>all's rink, and the
mei   -      ��� ������ Messrs. Adams and
��� ��� fi lends nf the Win-
i minutes Bplller scored a dropped goal
for Wales, and after seventeen min
utes, Williams scored a try for Wales,
Hin failing to convert.
In thirty minutes from the start
.Mm',, drop),'! a i oal for Scolland, At
half i Ime i he score stood, Wah b V
l uinis, Sent land l.
Soccer Results.
Results of the i econd round of the
En li ih football cup series are us follows:
West Hum United 3, Preston North
End 0.
Swindon Town l, Woolwich An   nai
jo.
Crewe I, Grimsby Town 6,
Burnie)   -,  Barnsley  0.
Wolverhampton Wanderers l,
cheater City 0.
Darlington, 2, Bradford 1.
Chesterfield  1, Chelsea 7.
Bradford City 2, Norwich City
Everton ". Liverpool 1.
Newcastle United I,
Manchester United 2, West Bron-
wich Albion ii.
Hull City  I. Oldham Athletic 0.
Blackburn Rovers 0, Tottenham
Hotspur 0.
Woman  Saved from   Poverty by Canadian Annuity Scheme.
One of the facilities which the provisions of i he Canadian govei nmenl an-
'nulties aci affords, is thai given to
old people of Investing their capital
iwith absolute security and Bafety, and,
with a much greater return than any
other form of investment will give1
them, A woman of eighty years of age
who is lh. lng in one of the small vil-
; lanes in Ontario, and who has outer near i elatlves, has a de-
savin, s bank of $1500,
that remains of a very
fortune left her by her
lived
Man-
��� all
posit in the
which is all
considerable ^^^
husband, who predeceased her nearly
titty years ago, This amount i.s earn-
Ing her an income of $45 a year,
which, needless to say, is not sufficient to provide her with the necessaries of life, and the poor bouse
would ultimately have Im en her only
destiny, as In a little less than six
years she would have spent the re-
Northampton 1- inainder of her capital, as her living
expenses are over $300 a year. One
day the little booklet, "Comfort and
Happiness," round Its way Into this
lady's hands,   she perused II careful-
1.
oven-
Brighton and Hove Albion 0, C<
try City 0.
Middieshoiou.il a. Leicester fosse 0,
The league games resulted as   follow.-:
First Division.
Notts   Foresl   1,   Sheffield   2.
Bristol City I, Notts Count:- 0.
Sunderland  4,  Bury  1,
Second   Division.
Bli mlngham, 2, Leeds City l.
Huddersfleld 2, Black) ool 2.
Gainsborough   Ti Inlty   0, Stockport
Count) 0
Southern  League.
Ni w Brompton 0, Mlllwall Athletic
i.
Luton 3, Southampton 1.
Bristol Ro .'is 0, Le) ton 1.
Exi  ���! City 3, Watford l.
ly and considered iis statements
tho mhi fully, and with the result thai
she is advised to transfer her $1500 to
the government, she -.'.ill ren receive an income of $288 every year in-
; stead of $45, ami the probability is
thai ber life will be very much extended.    Certainly her happiness and com-
; fori while she lives will be increased,
;is the difference of $243 a year In ber
Income wlll mean to her all the difference i,etween poverty and affluence.
she may live to be 100; ber paternal
grandfather did.
Particulars concerning this provl-,
il,:,! system of Investment may be bad
rrom your postmaster, or from the superintendent of annuities, Ottawa, t,
whom letter.-- may be addn ised p >st-
,  free.
TOMMY   BURNS  HAS
QUIT  RING  FOR  GOOD
ittle, ,"��� b. ���'     Tommy Burns will
flght  Bill Lang In Australia April
1',. and is oul  ol the pi Ize    i lng    for
This was definitely settli A
���, v. hen Burns' injui i 1 knee w a -
; a   phyi i'i in,   w ho  i a d
thai   Burns  would  ne> er  be    able to
tralnini      Bun     Bent a  cable-
,,  ii .   i    Mclnto       ���     lalning
the ease, and offi to match
!.   ter, Bui ns' "hi ; �����   fo     the   ��hite
race,'   aga Inst  I
COLVILLE
INDIANS
FACING
A   FAMINE
Eastern   Hockey   Results.
m Quel,      Ottawa, 6; Quebec, I.
\i   Montreal    New Edinburgh te m
ui Ottawa won easily from Montreal in
nter-pro - lm lal Bei les tonight  by
.  ore ol y goals to 3.
Spokane, Ft b. 5.���"Many Indians on
the Coh lib ervation are now at th ���
poinl of Btarval lon," asserts Inti -
prefer William Nolan, who b is just re-
turm I i;om that region.
"Unless the governmenl  pays them
the money  which bas long been
them  for their lands,  greal   suffei In ;
i - hound ta i e mlt.
r i  years 11 ere has b en alnv ���-��� a
;  "il crop failure <ui the reserve. Mer-
i ! ints at the nai,Iur.: posts have ��� i
ed to give the Indians cretyt.
"There are many old men anion.
Colvilles, no longer aide to earn tbeir
own Ih in". Tin y are n constant drain
on the younger ones and many of
tbem are actually slowly Btarving to
death. It has become a m itter of
common humanity to cul red tape and
give relief."
ONLY FORTY-SEVEN LYNCHED.
Kills Man with Fist.
Union City, Ind., Feb. 5. E J, Robe,
thirty -ears old. died tola, from thc
effi ��� "f a list hlow on the hea I, and
Ed. Hyatt, a wealthy husiness man of
this i Ity, is under.arrest on the charge
of murder.
All But Five of These Wers Nigroes���
Ten  Less Than  1909.
Chi< ago, Feb. 2.   l.> ncblngs In   the
I . Red Stati s. known to i e such, as
distinct  from murders or killings    in
armed  race conflicts, numbered only 	
it in the yeai 1910, against 51 in 1909,
65 in  1908, -"'I  In  1907  and 68 in   l"1 Seize   Wagonload of Liquor.
H Is to be borne in mind In consi ler j    Belllngham, Feh. 5.���Sheriff   L. A.
in. statistics on this subject that there Th(imas   iul (    Deputy    Sheriff    Hess
drove up  in  front of  the court house
VANCOUVER  HORSE  SHOW
JUDGES  ARE   APPOINTED
- ���". i   a 6    Eight   thousand
will be distributi d by
rer lhuse show asso, i.iti in
ai,ml  show  wbicli  will
held  \|ui! .5 to 29.   The prize lists
��� d i j  next Saturday, and
will contain 170 -lasses.
Al ,i re ��� m meeting of the execu-
��� '   the  rakes    were    selected,    au 1
,!|cy have all consented to officiate nt
. ' pproaching exhibition, The following win judge the various classes:
Trotters and roadsteis���J. R. Suther
ii I  I      try.
ami ponies In carriage bar-
''- lames C. Maishall. Morrlstown,
X. J
Hunters, Jumpers, saddle horses and
:, ' mder Baddle���Colin Campbell,
Montreal; Major William Hendria,
Hamilton, Ont.
Militar.    Major Willi.un Hendrie.
'he exi   itlve   of   the   association
a ol    Messrs.  E.  R.   Ricketts,
"������    H   W.  Kent, J. A.  Russell,
.���������'���;'���-' R   Gilbert,  F. C. Tin. ley, T.
!,.  "����&!s and T. .1. Smith.   U. Thomas
61 ls managing director.
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! ���
*        BRITISH    FOOTBALL. *
*���*������������������������������������������
.'"laicii, |,'eb. 5.���"Cymru an byth."
'. ' ' ' of Sospan Faoh are echo-
, " :'ri"    the athletic world in cela-
I;'-'/011 ol lhe victory of the Welsh
r��otl>all team against the best
. ; '' and, ihe game being played
j... '"';|V "a the hitter's ground in
,,'��� 7""vl> ai the famous Inverleitli
ll'"s""'     The score was 111! points tO
" >^"i- of the Cymric aggregation
'��� completely non-plussed the op-
��� "") The score represents one of
ever �� Bevere dof8at8 Sootia has
Buffered, Twenty-flve thousand
l, ,,,'""*��� mostly Scottish, saw the
th. I ,im BWeP* of Us feet before
from o on8laU8hts   of tho   men
.,,.' oouth Wales. The Northerners
.,' :l beaten team nil through, never
((' i"h' a chance at any period. Tho
Port,'0 "'  lll(' Kil,ne Wlls the splendid
i , ",,,;""'" or Spiller nnd J. L, Wll-
������,'"��� "; the Cardiff utiartet.tr, both
I ith��?yerB scoring with ease in the
',;li"s   kloked   off,   and   the   first
i ,.w&8 tormol in the Scottish 25-
Align i ' '"" "" t,le ,,aU coming out
t * a broke grandly transferring play
pother end of the field.
tif n,i���Ka'n,! '*���'"�� stopped ror a couple
The \  I 7 0wln�� t0    inJ"r>' ,0    Blrt'
'' backs again got possession,
'"' n  "'ne tho  Scottish  forward!
this afternoon and proceeded to unload Jugs, bottles, demijohns and bottles to the amount of a full wagonload.
tho product of a raid upon a Ferndale
hotel operated by J. B. Hatch.
is no olTlcial record of these deplorable occurrences, and early newspaper
dispatches sometimes record iis lynch-
lngs what fuller information proves to
be murders or killings in armed conflicts,    Enough    genuine    lynchings���
executions without trial or without tho i	
carrying out of sentences against  per-
s.'s  against   whom  legal   punishment Steps  Taken  to End   Revolt
i,,s'been decreed���occur each year Washington, Feb. 6.^-General Man-
��iih���i.t classifying as such the doubt uel Bonilla, leader of the revolution iu
ri eases ' Honduras, in all probability will agree
Of the 17 lynchings in the year just'to an armistice within a few days and
ended all but live wore of negroes, and \ accept  the mediation  of   the   I nlted
26 of the 17 wo,e for the one offence  States to end the revolution.
that   most  exasperates  to    Bummary, ���
vengeance    the    white    race in    the Veteran  Actor   Is Dead.
soutli. assaults on white women   or     ch, Keh   5_John Blaisdell, a
girls.     Murders  were  responsihb���  toi i        ^ ^ & matinee Wo, of .
16 lynchings. of 12   neg���es   and   41 , ��� ag    dled  hBre   yesterday.
whites.    The  fourth white  man  fu\*      m.lis(i(,n lelil-eU trom the   stage
lynched at Newark. Ohio, In a war ne-
tween prohibitionists and anti-prohlbl-
tionlsts. and was an anti-saloon detec
One lynching occurre 1 foi
ten years ago and since then has lived
here.
each
Insulting
tive     ^^^^^^^^^
of the   following   causes
women, "improper conduct with
women," keeping an objection-
robbery.   Two were lynch-
iid given t > escaping
white
white
aide re
oil   for
oil.
alleged
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
and
R 'ck
This
Mexi-
prisoners
One of  the  mes;   notable  iynching.-i
of   the   year   was   that   Of   a   Mexican
inn tied at the stake for assaulting
murdering a white woman at    '
springs. Texas,    November    3
caused   litter  feeling     hetween
cans and citizens of the United St-.itea
in se\ eral holder towns
some places.
Georgia had 11 in
Arkansas 8, Texas  I.
One of the novelties of tho record
for tho year 1910 is the chronic Ing of
a lynching that occurred in Paris, tha
French capital. ,\ policeman attempted to arrest one of tbe lawless characters known as "apaches," and  tha
The
and rioting
1910,   Florida   8,
At tho regular monthly meeting of
Local No, cii^ of the International
Typographical Union held yesterday
afternoon in the Labor Temple K. A.
Stoney and K. E, Monteith were appointed delegates to attend the annual
convention of the B, C. Provincial
Federation of Labor, to be l eld in
Victoria In March.
The members of Olivet Baptist
church Baraca class will hold their annual banquet in the church assembly
room at eight o'clock tomorrow even-
10. I). Lennie is to be the chair-
.:'.''it* ���'ft
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"AT IT HERE SmCE 1900V
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w
est
+&wimexict flow!
We wanl wm<m\o Iftw
%t we are paying -
c~4# Merestf^
perannum creSite? mMf
oa savings Sepos\te(^1-
k upwaro) subject to Withdrawal br cheque k ���*���
��^- 5^ Interest"^
on time deposits of-*
Sifmonths & mx. **���
We invest money for clients
inffratmOTlgaJesSitoa
general (fnandal "business.
We wantK&Qr saving accnt
& if pu are not saving *
s^tematicaHy'i * "*��� **��� "*���
Commence MOW Wilh US.
Deposits "b^ mail ^^^
**- + ���*��� eaaUyTianSled ���
"W can send bx Draff,
Post Office + Cypress
Order or Rc^terecT^^
Letter & withdrawals
can be inaHe"^"*- -��~^ *-
* * _W ���Y l��H wtsh ���
Wave Responsible
Refertcf^*-* *���*���-*���
Duns, Bradstreets,
or to anyone ia -
VMGOUVeR-
Write us about ft Way
Do it now!!!!!
DowTf^ERLAi Co Ltd
321 Samble Street,
VS\co\jver B.C. c
Lot  50 x 100 feet with  FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE,
on corner of McPhadden and Fourth avenues.
Only $2,000.00
on easy  terms
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
**....I**, i
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���rr.Vii.'*..,2
451 Columbia St.
^^    T.   H.   McCORMICK.    ^^^^^^^^^
Manager Real Estate Department.
New Westminster,
B.  C.
Phones  646, 661.
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Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
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THE
^^^^^^     JEWELER
Time Inspector
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.^ ,.*,,. _*-
Interest! is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
^'���siness Accounts opened
ot> favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED^ 855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE..,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B.    C.
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YOU MAY DRIVE'---- BUT YQUCAN7���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD  UNDER  AN  ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
���a*>*->*>**>*X**r*y*>4 .1*44444444****44 ....*.....4+**44...**..**.**..i
Toilet Lotions
Ryall's Witch Hazel Cream, 25c. and 50c.
Orchid Cream, 25c.
They do the work.
���������������������      AT      ���������������
f Ry all's Drug Store
EYES TESTEO BY GRADUATE
! STORE, BANK FITTINflS I
! AND   OFFICE Till L^IUO |
SHOW CASES
in. .
man, and Included among the Speafters '
will be Provincial Secretary Williamson. About sixty members and friend3
man fired at him with a revolver. Tl.e a,e expected to be present,
bullet wonndei tbe policeman and] The annual meetin. of tbe Westm'n-
kllled a man passing along the Btreet.|Bter Anti-Tuberculosis society will be
A crowd that quickly gathered seized held in the board of trade room at halt
tho "apache" and hanged him to a ,ia8t Uvo 0>ci00k u,ls afternoon. The
lamp post. | officers for the year are to be elected
,...��������,,,-��   ^rJTTTTTT^Ti-r. 'and  ������ certain  amount  of otber    im-
SUPPOSED^ DYNAMITER. vorUini business is slated to come up
..,_.." _,  ,.       ,   _.      I for consideration,    lt bad been hoped
Man Held In Oklahoma Believed  Con-  ,,,_, ,���. (.   ,  p of vlctor,a W(,uKl
nected With Lc3 Angeles Outrage.     | ,)e  p,.osent  an(,  K,vo  a���  ad(lrosai ,)ir
Los Angeles, Feb. 5.���After examin-   t|le medica
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies Ior Ladles from |12.7b
*P.
Silver Watches,    gents'   open t&w
|6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents'  open    case,
|7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgin
Watch����.
Watch repairing a specialty.
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor i
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne. PHONE 473     1
......a*.....*....*.**.*-***..... s.....4....*.*...44444+*>4
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ht
^^^^   \fter examin
Ing numerous pnotogiaphs of the pris- engaged these davs.
oner, District Attorney Fredericks and ,
Chief Detective Browne declared   to-|
nlghl   tbat   tbey  were  almost    cerla'u
that Charles P, Smith, under n-r st in
Oklahoma City, is lliat of A. Schmidt
.one of Ibe trio wanted In connection
with   the   blowing   up   of   the   Times
building October 1,  1910.
Kxtiadltlon  papoi'8 have  been   prepared and tbeir execution waits only
of Schmidt's who
health officer is otherwise]
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
William White, a foi mer convict at
tbo Westminster penitentiary, was.
brought back to the Iff Stitution yesterday to commence a seven year term
imposed on hlm for having forged tho
signature of Gunner 11. O. Mock to a
cheque for $62, White joined the
Canadian navy at Vancouver some
weeks ago, but deserted after stealing a pass book and a number of blank
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LANGLEY!
Fifty Acres on Yale Road about one mile from
train. First class land, would make good subdivision.
$75.00 Per Acre
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
Sewer Notice.
Notice is hereby given that all persons must connect tbeir premises with
sewers when same are available, wit'.i-
in a reasonable lime after the construction of said sewers and proceedings will be taken against those fail-
Ihe word of a friend or sciimuu �� who  mt, �� i'����= *.��,... ...... ��� ... ���.	
has been sent from Chicago to see the  Cheques.   lie Is only about twenty-two lnK "> make sucb connections.
��..r. ��f aiio. W. .\. bUNCAN, Citj Clerk.
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specia'is.s
I
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
1911.
New Westminster
Mail Service
DAY OF GRAFT IS
RAPIDLY PASSING
:30
30
:00
:30
:30
30
:00
:30
:15
.11:00
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. It.
(daily except Sunday)., 7
8:30���Vancouver via B  O. E. R,
(daily except Sunday).. 7
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. K.
idaily  except  Sunday)..11
18:00���Vancouver via B, ('. E. R.
(daily  except   Sunday)..10:00
S:30���Victoria via B, C. E, R,
(daily except Sunday)..
13:00���Victoria  via  B. C.  E.  R.
(daily   excepl   Sunday)..
7:30���United States via O. X. R.
(daily except. Sunday)..  7
15:00���United Slates via G. N. R.
idaily  except  Sunday)..10
12:10���All points east and Europe (daily)     7:3C
23:00���All points east and Europe  idaily I    15:18
12:10���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
SunxJAy)     	
20:00���Sapperton and Praser
mills       (daily      except
Sunday)       1
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)       	
3:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam (dally except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annievllle,  Sunbury (daily
except  Sunday    13:30
0:00���Annacis Island Monday-
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
0:00���Vancouvei,    Piper's    Siding     via     G.     X.     R.
Idaily except Sunday) ..1-1:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday   and    Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
JO:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)   	
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Hlaine idaily except
Sunday)      	
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern liidge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday. Thursday and Sat-
Railway Time   Talks
Municipal Government Ever
Changing-Commission Is
Now Favored System.
NO MORE TREE GUTTING
ON THE RIVER BANKS
Scotch  Whisky
���_Ra______
M< nl; iei, 1 eo -
strong optimism \ i
( auadlan club al I
e ii by Clinton Ro:-
retary    of    thc
.��� .\   messag
-i conveyed
.;i" weekly
e s
to t ie j
lunch-:
Woodruff, sec
Natl n il Municipal
Lague ol tl e l niie.1 SI ites, In an ad
, i .. 0n "1 he Ne i Muuiclj al Idea."
The new idea he elaborati A as one In
which grafl was eliminated and cites
secured nol merelj horn i bul efficient men to run their affairs, the
.-ante as any otber corporation, with
the result thai the civic government
should respond to the ideal of th i
mosl capable administration of the
p, ople's civic business by and for the
people. An outcome of ibis which was
aining ground, said Mr. Woodruff,
was the Idea of bavin?; professional
mayors and chic officials, as bad prevailed ill Germany, where it was a
common thing for the city to advertise for a mayor, By such means it
wo'.il.l be possible to give cities not
merely honest but capable administration. Many of these things bad already come and many more were
coming, and Mr. Woodruff looked forward with confidence to a period when
all the dishonesty and complexity of
lhe cities would be smoothed out as
completely as was the idea that a public grafter was a clever politician, and
that there should be two systems of
morality, one strict one for tbe individual, and a much looser one for tlte
public official.
A   Change   in   Municipal    Life.
The  past   twenty  years,  since   the
publication   of    Mr.   l'.ryce's    famous
book on the American Commonwealth,
he said, had marked a new era In the
national   and   municipal   life   of   tbe
United States, which had grown from
a general pessimism of two   decades
ago to a spirit  of hopefulness today.
The .National  Municipal   League   had
been organized in 1894, under depressing circumstances.    Bul   today they
bad   over  a   thousand   organizations
working for tbe betterment of municipal conditions in all the larger cities.
At  the beginning the   slogan   was
"Turn the rascals out and get in bet
This  Is an Offence  in    Durango,  Mexico,   Punished  as   Robbery   of   National    Property.
Mexico, City, Feb; 5.���Not prejudiced io any perceptible degree by the
yellow yarns cf revolution the timber and lumber interests of Mexico.
domestic aud foreign, appear to be
more active now than ever before Jn
the forestry annals of the republic.
since the circulation of the first insurrection stories there has nol come
to notice a single report of a limber
or lumber deal tinned down or even
postponed, bul on the contrary several hi', propositions, in that line havi
been put under wav or actually con
summated within the scare period.
Ten months Into the year of It'll
should witness the completion of the
Durango and Liano railroad, to < \
tend seventy-five miles westward frcm
the capital clty <>t' the state of Durango, G200 feel above the level of tho
nea. to the great divide terminus,
which is at an elevation of 11,800 feet.
The new line will lap a magnificent
forest district in the state of Durango.
thp so-called Hartman traei of about
200,000 acres, through which the roaa
will run for a distance of about six
teen miles. To adequately ex; 1 it
this forest region, however, it will be
necessary to construct several
branches Into the woods as feeders to
the main line. Sawmills will be installed at strategic points and a tie
treating plant is among the projects
contemplated.
The Durango state government under instruction from the federal agricultural department has given it out lo
Keeping up thc Standard.
known   lhe
quality
and
flavor.
lia-tne same smooth
ful!-liulicJ   flavor, the
the authorities of all its districts that
collections shall be made of pine
seeds, representing varieties which
abound in that state, an 1 which are
peculiarly valuable for their wood and
rich resins. The assembly of tha
seeds will continue throughout .Ian-
February and Marcil of this year, and
the collection will be forwarded to the
department  of agriculture in   Mexico
City for distribution in all parts of the
republic.
Another most praiseworthy meas
\ ure adopted as to forestry in Durang j
'state is the Instruction to every dis
trlct of thai  commotawealth that tb
authorities in lower exercise strides'.
Watson'*   Scotch   Whisky   ia
world   over    for    its   unvarying
exceptionally   line
Every bottle yon open
taste    the   same   rich,
same characteristic aroma.
We use the old-fashioned Pot Still method
of distillation.
Then we leave time to do its work ol
maturing and mellowing.
To ensure atjainst the necessity of shipping
any whisky before it is properly matured, we
continually keep a stock of several million
(tallons, absolutely onr own property, ageing
in wood.
That is whv our whiskv never varies.
insist     on
���__________���_���_____��� mi ���
Watson's
"THREE STAR"   -A milJ. thoroughly matured Scotch.
"NO. IO" ���A (ull-bodilJ. richly flavored Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited -  Dundee.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Prints f
O'y
Eitlmatcs   Given   on   Any   Klnn
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk. Phon.   .^
We Have It!
The famous Wellin ���������
RIPJG UP 56 g^
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Off] e. Corner Co] imbia and Sixth <?
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Mak'.
;_��_. Your Chickens Lay,
Central Meat Market
BOWELL  4. ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
30
30
ter men," but often they only turned I vigilance in order to prevent the cut
out one set of rascals to pet anotlie' i t,nB of "',l;i  ��n    '"   ! ' ;      "
In.    Twenty years ago a grafter wa ,.
regarded as a successful nnd shrewd I1'     ''    ":  '    ' "''  ' ���'���
politician, and was only slightly cri i-
cized.
"Bdt today." said Mr. Woodruff, "we
This will hereafter he punished :s -,i
robbery of national properties. The
governor Of the state has issued a circular in which lie also calls attention to the proper manner of handling
B- C.
Cars
���
E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule,
leave Vancouver for New Wesl
minster at 5:50, 6:fi0, 7:20 und b:'r
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  H:3u  p.m.
Caro leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, t;:50. 7:20 am
8:00 a.m., and every half hour their
after until 11:00 ..m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New  West
minster at ij:00 and 9:00 a.m., und
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
eouvpr at S:00 a.m., and every half
hour  thereafter untll 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
live not in an era of graft, bul an en
of the exposure and punishment of
graft. And not merely this, bul a pub
licity and growth of public opinio
which will make a recurrence of such
1 conditions difficult, if not impossible
' That, is the new municipal ld< a."
What was wanted, however, was not
n arely honesty, but efficiency in civic
administration, by men who made a
business of municipal work.
"We not only want business men to
take an interest tn municipal affairs,
bul  we want  to have the same methods introduced In public
business.*   Because a  man   :
(esfu
pine seed, advising that as the cone.;
ripen  they  should   be   gathered   by
hand and not knocked ofl the trees,
'j After gathering, the cones should be
I laced on a dry floor where the sin
, will strike them for a meat part of the
\ day.
May   Tak;    Action.
Victoria, Feb. 3.���At the suggestion
of Alexander l.ucas, the new member
for Vale, the provincial government is
considering the advisability of re-dc-
fining the houndary  between the ju
is in private  dlcial counties of Cariboo and Yale, in
|   .c ..���.-c  ���   .....ii    is  a  s:c;t|H, Ashcroft and Xicola land districts.
manufacturer or physic an d ics
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Telephone   R   113.  Office:   Princess St
complexities o
Cit Ic business
men of ability
time, energies
he
���'. a city's government.
like any other, needs
who will devote their
and careers to the suh-
The general supposition is thai  thi
ject. There has been a great growth
of the idea of professional mayors and
professional heads of departments,
who know the whole system from the
ground up."
Government  by  Commission.
As as an example of the growth of
the new municipal idea, Mr. Woodruff j jefinilo boundary
slated that in the l'nited States there I aettled district   '
were today  100 cities under   govern-1"
ment  by commission, while 20u more
were seriously considering the matter.
; houndary  line  runs north  and   soutli
I apprbxlmately  in  the  vicinity  of the
| city of Merritt, but there is not essential  certainty  in  the matter, and  this
jof necessity operates veyatlously    in
many civil as well as criminal matters.
j lt is suggested as a solution of the dlf-
I Acuity  that  all   that   portion   of   the
country of Cariboo lying io the south
I and east of the Dominion Railway Belt
lands  io  be  taken   from   Cariboo an
added to Yale district, thus giving a
not traversing any
Amendment   is also
sought of the boundaries   of the Ashcroft. and Nicola land districts, so that
S?M8����. ���;-r.*ir W->��?
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. in.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    4:28
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle 0:45 a. m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrives.
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
leaves   Seattle  4:35   p.m.;   arrives.
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
.... ,   , ., ; lands  business  may  he  transacted  at
What was needed was not the prac- Nlcola by persons resident or commer-
teal   politician,   but   simpler   methods   clally interested in the contiguous ter-
ot  city government,  which  would  el-1 r|t0rv
Iminate him, so that the   ilea   that
theie should ho two systems of mor- \*~* ��� ���
ality, one for the Individual nnd th>:
other for  the  public  man,  might   be
forever dispelled.
That  this  was growing  was shown
by  the  fact that today in  most cities
the   mayors   and   officials   recognized j
they were the servants of the public,
and  wherever the people  gathered  to]
discuss public matters they were to be
found, as at this meeting.    In various
United  Stales cities the mayors even ]
went so far as to publish what was being done with their money for the pub-!
lie good, while In New York a mayor i
elected,by Tammany had organized a
'Budget Exhibition,' to show the people in simple manner what was  being
done.   Further than this, in the cities
I governed  by commission  the idea of
1 party politics had been cut out, and
the ballots did not mention whether
candidates were Republicans, Democrats of anything but men anxious to
serve the city. (Applause).
The whole idea of the movement
was democratic, to secure for the people  honest  and  efficient   governmenr
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A pure grape- cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatide acid.
There is never a
tion as to the ab
purity and healthful-
ness of the food it reuses
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save,   ana   you   save
BUYING FURNITURE. FROM US
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
Gulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port   Gulchon    8:00   a.m.
daily, except Sunday^ arrives at New  upon any imposed government. Kvery
"   "" '  ''     ...-���- one of us must recognize that we have
a part in the upbuilding of the city,
and success can only come by each
taking his or her particular place in
the machinery of civic life."
by the people, and Mr. Woodruff said
he had been much impressed to find
this same democratic principle In civic
life as strong in Canada as in the
States.
"And here in Montreal," concluded
Mr. Woodruff, "if democracy is to be j
triumphant and successful as in other
cities, It must he by the co-operation
of every man, woman and child with-
n   your  borders.    We  cannot, depend !
6 lb. Blankets,
Comforters,
Rugs,
Morris Chairs,
��� $2.65
$1.45
95c. and up
$3.00 and up
Bed, Spring and Mattress,       $7.95
Dressers, . $9.50 and up
Centre Tables,       .        . $1.65
=        Call and see us
Jute Rugs, 98c.
Japanese Mats,
25 cts.
Axminster
Squares,    $24.95
JUAKD    or      I'KADK��� NKVN
minster Hoard of Trade meets m :���-.
board room, City  Hall, m I
Third Thur. day    of   each   n
quarterly    meeting    oa  the     t I
Thursday of February, May, \ ���   ���'
and  November, at s p.m.
u '.lngs on  tbe third Thun I      I
February. New members maj '���������>
proposed and elected at anj monthly or quarterly meeting. C **���
Stuart-Wad'-, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO 27-
The legular meetings of thla lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon and Eighth BtreeU,
everv Monday evening Dl 8 o'cl -;
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; tt
C. Coatham, I'.(',. recording Becre-
i tary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbli
and McKenzie streets. New We��l
minster, li. C. I'. <> Box 112. Telephone Tin.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   fi   JOHN-
ston.      barristers      and     BOl
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street,   New   Westminster.     v-
Whiteside, ii. l Edmonds, Adam a
.lohnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE *���
MARTIN���Barristers and Bolioltors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms "> ano��
Guichon block, corner Columbia .m��
McKenzie streets; Vancouver *
flees, Williams building. 41 Gl ."'
vllle street. V. C. Wade, K. ^
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, 0. **
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. ��<00lD'
Trapp block.
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas C^IO a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, 10:20 a. in. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New West-minster bridge
passervger station 3:f>0 p.m.; arrives
8umas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
inson
Gran
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IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
Phone 7 07
SUCCESSORS TO  FRED  DAVIS.
"Tke Men WKo Save You Money"
655 Front St. New Westminster
______**
MISS M. BROTEN,   public  stenogro
pher;   specifications,   business  i��
ters,    etc.;     circular    work    tflKe>'
Phone   4ir>.     Hoar   of   M'J"    '
Savage's ollice. Columbia St-
FREEMAN     HUNTING,    ROOM    -
Curtis Hlock.   P. O. Hox 604.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. I
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean
next to Bank of Montreal
Block. MONDAY,  FEBRUARY  6,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.      7
t;
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Ne_ Westminster  Land  District.  District of New WeGtminster.
rp.,ke notice that  Edward Hawkins,
vcr, occupation bookkeep
, ,��� ,iu-iniv..^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
t>- *'.   ��� , apply   tor   permission   to
���  r,���    the    following    described
P
..   |ng ol  a  i nsi   planted on
 i  tlie east   side   of   tbe
, n channel and joining T. I..
s ,, ,,��� the noith side and mark-
.i   Hawkins;   S.   W.  corner,
���   go chains lo lino of limit
; ,:     |    , ence N. GO chains along
^��' "'   |,',,!,, tlience south and wesl
{��� i,, | lace   of   commence-
ntalnln ��� 10 acres more or
line
l
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A  LEWIS, Agent
r  28.   1910.
on the defendant William Cullen, and
also by publication of the notice of
said writ ol summons in a daily newspaper published and circulating in the
districi of New Westminster ier a
i erlod of two (21 weeks, and thai
serv ice and adverl Islng be dei med to
bo good nnd sufficient en Ice of the
said writ of summons upon you at tbe
expiration of two (2) weeks from the
lirst issue In said newspaper,
And   further   take   notice  that  the
lirst  publication of the said notice is
ra n!,' "ii  the 2Iili    day
1011, and  iinI(2^^^___________^^^_
^^^^^^^^^^J. eel.s   from
mentioned date, al Hie office
of the District Itegl itrar,  N'ew  ���, ���
minster,    B.  ('.,  judgmi nl    \.ill    be
entei e I agalnsl j ou,
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHNSTON,
Solicitors foi
"D.M.J."
jOf  .hinuarv
B? peanineo be enter
od   for   you   within   two
Id last
T.   A.   Swift.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
���.��� Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
"      .   ot r,f New Westminster. ....
trist oi new j    iake   ���,,,���.,,   that   an   appucation
^''i1;;":;:;;!";:!;^.:";1^1'-1" tore.,,.,,, __
intends to apply  for permis-' ������'<���"���������   William   Chalmers   McLaren
.'  pmchase  the   following   de- and John   Edward    Valillee,    as tie
"bed lands: t '��� owners In fee simple, under a tax sale
"deed  from    C.    C,  Fisher    to   John
I MacLaren, bearing date the lal day of
l>. 1902, of all and - Ingular
ain  pan-el  or  tract    of  land
.-
Commencing at  a posi   planted on
,    n aboul   IV*  miles northeasi
,    Point, Jervis Inlet, and
c   Killum'i Northwest Cor-
e easl   20  chains,  thence
n,'h     i   chains,   thence    west   20
. or less, to beach, thence
.     beach  to  pia e of com-
.     , and  containing  40
CECIL KILLAM.
.1. A. LEW IS. Agenl
, mber 29, 1910.
Aprl
thai
!..
_���
____! 	
and premises situate, lying and being
in the Distrlcl of -New Westminster,
in the Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known and descrlb-
icresjed as Southwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 7.
Vou and those claiming through
under  you  and
New
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Westminster  L.ind   District.   Dis-
tr|8t of New Westminster.
ei    |   ( I in   f.   Dicker
... ,-. B. C, occup ii .a
.    mt.    Is to app y tor per-
. ,- the followin    i ���
, al  a post  planted on
all   persons  claiming
any Interest  in i he i aid  land  by \ lr-
iue of any  uniegl tered   Insl umenl.
and all persons claiming any Interesl
in   i be  .- aid   land   by   di sei nt.  -.. ho ���
i (tie Is nol  regli tei ed under the t ro-
i Ions  ol   the "Land   Re Istry  Act,"
ai e  required  to conte I   I be claim    :
i! ������   tax   purchi i er   w [thin   fort; v ������
days from the 'hue of the flrsl publication of i''.- nol li e u| on j ��u, and In
di   i ill of a caveat or certificate of lis
, p, ml, ns  being  tiled   win.in  such  per-
,eaeh in BIMn H ,:'>'' ���-s'|,|--"li '-'  iod, or in default of redempti n before
P.  R. No.   \y,-  and   regl tratlon, you and each ol you will
Dickerm n's   Norl .   be   I irevei    e topi e '   i nd   dee rn A
���   ������     uth CO chains,  from setting up any claim to or In re-
������ ;   .  them e north    ���,.. i   0f the  sal 1   1 md, and   1  i ball
e or less to    beat   , regl ter   Emma    MacLaren,   William
ilong  beach to  pia i   Chalmers   MacLaren   and    John    Kd-
ement, and ccntainlng 320,ward Valillee as owner thereol In fee.
And   I   hereby  order  thai   publication
of  this   notice  for   thirty   days   in   a
daily   newspaper   published   In   New
��� minster, will  I e  - ood and sum
, ient   ser\ ll e   1 '.'���: eof.
Dated  ai   the  Lan I   Registry Office,
Xew Westmln iter, P o In e of British
mid i.. this 9th day   ol   January,
A. D. 1911.
C. S   KEITH,
Districi  Registrar.
T ,  All eH   B.  Walworth.
J
13. DICKERMAN.
A. LEWIS, Agent.
v 1910.
~LAND ACT  NOTICE.
PUBLIC    HEALTH    NOTICE.
. W. TEM
LIES 101. JARDINE
Minister of Mines Explains'physician's devotion
1 TD     WSTIUCC    rn
In  pursuance of the regulations of
the Provincial Hoard of I leallh, ihe at
U nl lon of the cil izi na ol  .- >,.   We t
minsti r is hereby called to the following seei ions:
Vaccination.
(9) Ii is hereby ordered that all
Local Boards of I lealth sl I ai rang ���
suitable timi s and plai e i for vaci i a-
tion ami give public notice thereof.
i lni lv. ( ry i, idem ol t his pr iv-
Ince shall fol thw Ith be vaccinated or
produce  lo  the   I;ic��� ��� Ji,��� ���: 1   Inallli  Officer ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of the district, or municipality   where
he ���;��� she resides a certificate or proof      Qti Feb   -     ,,,,���_   h   H      w
oi  successful   vaccination   within   tho
preceding seven years, or a certificate   rempleman   was asked   to   make   a
thai such person Is at the present In- statemeni In reaped to the spe, :h of
susceptible of vaccination, or a certlfl- John  Jardine in  the   legislature   on
cate of physical unfltne
thai their ranks hue heen purged of
t    erratic    and    quite    irresponsible
. i  :. er for Esquimalt,
"Moreover, I fi < i thai a man   who
will violate the trust pul in hi
| pai tj  i.- nol safe I o I ust
ten bI - of tbe
ture.
Im by his
^^^^^        With   the   ill-
1 eople in  the   Ii
Why the Liberal Member
For Esquimalt Recanted.
TO   NATIVES   COSTS   LII
��� I John  Jardine in  the
for vaccina-1 Monda,
in w hieh speech certain reasons for Jardine's political volte face
wi,. given, the minister at first do-
murred, stating thai he had
refrainded from discussing
and   his  political   treachery,
because
      physic.^	
tion.   Such certificate shall be from a
duly qualified medical practitioner.
1111 it shall be the duty of the
School Trustees and teachers of all
schools (public or private) to see that
the provisions of the preceding subsection are fort bv. iib complied wiih liy ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
all children alien,Iin-. such schools, he was confident the public would
high  schools, or colleges. soon form iis own estimate of the true
The above regulations are now in character of Esquimau's representa-
loree and musl be obeyed. Due notice liw. ,,,,, after belng K|,,,wll the dis.
will be given by the medical health of- patch gJvjng jardine's explanation In
licer of the time and place when pub- ,,,,. legislature, Mr. Templeman Baid:
"Well,   perhaps   I   should    make
.I,mean, Feb. 5.���Dr. C, ll. Silghtam,
in charge of the local governmenl na
tive hospital, died here this aftern ion
of pneumonia, following a general
breakdown, caused by overwork attending to calls the natives made upon
him. The burial will be under the
auspices of the .Masons.
MANY
Chicago,   Feb
is high in quality because
it is grown on the mountains of Ceylon at an altitude of over 5000 feet.
Sold only in scaled lead paclufea.
Never in Bulk.
,!���,���.,,,  idle freight cars in the
i and ( anada, as shown '
Jardine | tbfi
FREIGHT    CARS       ^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^_
IDLE   IN   AMERICA 'On January 18 there we
cars
1,811
��� vaccination will be proceeded with
By   order   of    ihe    Local    Hoard   of
Health.
ALDERMAN   WALTER   DODD,
Chairman.
JOHN A. LEE, Mavor.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Murray,   plaintiff
Wolst! nholme, de
li. -tween    William
end   Harold   R.
ii ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
To   Harold   R.  Wolstenholme, late of
Mt. Lehman,    ii. (.'.,   Employmi nl
Aj ent.
Take notice    that  Wiliiam    Murray
has   commenced    an   action   in   the
Supreme Courl  of    British    Columbia        ^^^^^
agalnsl  you the    I o e name I  Harold  posed every
v Westminster  Lind   District.   Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
i   ���    i   Leslie  L.  Dicker-
,-       ��� r, P.. c.. occunalI m
Io a] ply fi r p r
��� ���I lie following de
'     i    pes-    planted   on
Ide of Se I ell In-
���I1,-, i    corner of
und mat ki d "L. L. Dick-
,  I    Corni r,"   thi nee
, m e easl ! 0 chain-.
OS,   11 ence   , .,   ���
.,   i t , i he beach,
thence i .est along beach to
tient   and    containing    320
H. Wolstenholme to have an account
taken of what Is due to him the said
William Mun ay for principal and Interest and costs on a mortgage dated
i! e 16th day of Jun ', A.D. 19 0, and
made between you and tbe said \\ il-
liam Murray and thai the mortga a
ma i be i nfon ed by fore las ire or
sale;
And further take notice that by ai
order ln ihe sai,', action made by the
Honorable Mr. Justice Gregory on th -
20th clay of January, 1911, service of a
writ of summons on you was ordered
to be mad" by publishing notice of the
said writ of Bummons in two issues of
statement. When falsehoods are allowed to go uncontradicted they are
often believed to be the truth. I am
free to admil thai being a party man
I have fell I could be held in some
measure responsible for his elect ion.
bul I was nol thin In possession of
certain information which has since
come to my knowledge, ar.d which has
destroyed whatever confidence 1 may
have bad In him. I think I can give
the real reason for Jardine's second
political conversion.
"Al the last provincial election .Jardine was generously assisted fin in-
cially, and in other ways, by his Liberal friends in Esquimalt and Victoria. When the election was over
and Jardine was elected, it was sup-
egitlmate financial obli
ation had been met, but subsequent!}
Brewster and Smith, for ihe sum of
$1700, which he claimed to be Still
owed on ac :ount of election exp<���:. ��� .
He was told that he iiad been very
generously treated, and that if ha
bad over expended $1700, as to whic i
American  Railway ass
Kiore than twice
^^^^^^^^^ere 122,li!��7 idle
On January 19, 1910, there were
an increase   of
^____________._. cars while the surplus
by the report of  box cars have decreased 832
-The
number   of '51,816 idle.    There is
nited States  11,310 idle coal
cars, duo
-., .... -..v. ...,,.j.uu.  ....o uo.ro uci.-iea.st'u ri,*iz ears, aue
.Uway association, is  to increased demands for box cars in.
as great as last year. | the west and northwest.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
Annual Report of the Directors
To be submitted at  the  Ordinary General Meeting to  be
held at the Head Office on fhe 6th of February,
1911, at 7:30 o'clock p.m.
Limited, beg to submit
The Directors of The People's Trust Company,
herewith a report of the past year's business.
A dividend of 12 per cent, to be  paid   In  cash  ha.s   been  declared  aud
the substantial sum ol $20,000.00 to bs carried as a RESERVE,
Considering the late date in the year at which the different offices of
Q    your Company  were opened, and the large expenditure naturally incurred
Jardine made a demand upon leading   b    the (       .      ff ,,,e 8 we ... Indeed     atlfied ;l,  the reslllts hereln
Liberals,  among   others   upon   Messrs.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ -'contained.    The Company bas been materially strengthened by the opening
of the several branches, wbicb will facilitate the handling ot our already
lar." business, willingly placed in our hands by the rapidly increasing number of shareholders and clients.    The Directorate   respectfully    urges    upon
,��� ,.-���,���, ,the shareholders the importance of attending Annual  Meetings to consider
had over expended Mi11", as to wnic.il ....
he   furnished   no  evidence,  he  should   tl"-' questions of moment and the fu-ther extension of business, as well ai
pay the accounts himself.   There was  tbe ratification of various policies inaugurated by  the  Hoard  and  Manage-
^^^pient.
G. 11. MANCHESTER, M.D., President.
less.
LESLIE  I..
.1    A.
ite Novembi
DICKERMAN.
LEWIS, Agent.
1910.
Sealed lenders addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for steel Tug for Vancouver, B. C,"
will be received until 4:00 p. in., on
Monday, February 1.:, 1911, for the
construction of a Steel Tug Boat for
Vancouver, 11. C
doubt   about   the   genuiness   cf   tlie
claim that   the assistance  given  him I
was  not  sufficient   tor all   legitimate
purposes, and tbe opinion of those who
sam wm oi summons m L��u iWut;a UL know tbe circumstances was that he
a weekly newspaper published In the should be left io deal with the prob-
city  o.  \c,v  Westminster and  for ten   lem   himself.
days in a daily newspi per publish. ,1 In      "These are the facts ns repotted to
the city of Vancouver and tbat such  me.   The refusal of friends to provide   To Proposed Appropriation
publication be good and sufficient ser-  this  sum  of  $1700   angere.l   Jardine. I    Transfer to Reserve	
vice ol the said writ of summons upon  who commenced and continued a cam-j    xo Balance Carried Forward
vou and that the time for appearance  paign    of   fault-finding   and   person il
to the sail v.iit ,,f summons be within  abuse directed against Mr. Smith and,
���    '���   days  after the last publication  myself,    which    was    continued    fori
of the sail notice. months.   This was one reason for Jar-
And  further take notice    tbat    you  dines recent conversion.
are  required  wltbin  ei ht  davs af c-      "Another  and  more  serious reason
the lasl publication of the said notice was my opposition to .larduie's meth-
as aforesaid to cause an appearance  <>ds as   a contractor   on   government
works,   ln the year 19(>S-!i Jardine was
Profit and   Loss  Account  for   /ear Ending 31st December, 1910.
To Dividend Account:
Interest at 12 per cent, per annum on Paid-up    Capital    calculated from date of payment $
2,262.0t
20,000.0 i
11,390.99
J33.653.04
By Net Revenue after deduction of General Expense, Goodwill of
Wilson. Cook k. Co. and Interest on Depositors' Accounts to December olst, 1910  	
1.01
$33,653.04
to 1 titeied  for you  in  the said  ac
tion at the office of the District Registrar of this Court at the Court House.
Vancouver, B. C, and that in default
of your so doing the plaintiff may proceed  therein  and judgment    may    be
Plans, specification and form of con-' *-'������<'������ '" yonr absence
LAND ACT.
I ���   group I, In tho District
nster
,e loss of cert ill-  C.,  and  on
tract can be seen and forms   of ten-
[ der obtained  at   the  oilhes   of H.  A.
Bayfield, Esq., Supt. of Dredges, New
Westminster, it. C, Wm. Henderson,
i Esq.,  Resident   Architect.  Victoria.   B.
Whereas ],;- ,,f of th_^^^^^^^^_
ate tli ������ \ i  5870F, Issued   in   the
���  Lee Sion. Lee  Vick  Quon,
bas  ������ a Bled In this office.
' is 1 erebj given tbat 1 shall,
at the expiration ol one month from
die date of the llrst publication hereof, In a ilHily newspaper published In
��� Citj ol New Westminster, issue a
e of the said certificate, unless
'n die meantime valid objection be
made to me iii writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Und Registry Ofllce, New Westmln-
S!PI- B. C, January 17, 1911.
application  to the   Post-
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from   our   present
';; - "it Columbia street to 827 Carnarvon su,.,:, where we will still con-
��� In tie same business of team
>ng,di,. ;. ���  ��,������( HIlll (.o;,i
We de Ire to thank our  friends for
il p itronage accorded us In
';" old stand, and trust  we will still
'��� hem   .nd a lot  ol new ones at
'��� ��� | lai e.
BELYEA  K CO.
"'   '   !     nes.  160 and
'   'l i ffice phone 819.
732.
master at  Vancouver, B. C
Persons tendering are notified that
lenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In ihe case of
lirms. the actual signature, tlie nature of the occupation and place of
residence of each member of the firm
must   he given.
Eacli tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
banq, payable to the order of the Hon-
j ourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.) ot the
' amount of the tender, which will be
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque
will  be returned.
The Department does not Iind itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
dor.
By order.
It. C.  DESROCHER8,
Secretary.
Department  of Public Works. Ottawa,
January   12,   1911.
Newspapers will n t be pail for this
advertisement if tbey insert it with-
Dated the -7th day of January, A.D.
1911.
WADF, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &���
MARTIN,
Solicitors for the Plaintiff.
Room 20 Williams Bulldine, 413 Granville Street, Vancouver, B. C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
authorized to do a specified amount of
painting at the quarantine st ition. not
to exceed JJ > in cost.    The facts in
connection therewith only came to my
knowledge in 1910. The work was
done by day labor. The total appropriation for maintenance and repairs
at quarantine had been voted for that
year, which, on being allocated to the
purpose for which it was intended,
permitted the sum mentioned, $2000,
to be expended in repairing certain
buildings. When authorized to pro- j
ceed to that extent Jardine took ad- j
vantage of the opportunity and   witli- j p . . .
out the knowledege of the government | ^ald"uP capital
agent expended  four times as much,
or nearly $80000.      He painte 1 more I
Reserve Account.
To Balance    ..$20,000.00
S20.000.0t'
By Proposed Appropriation  from Profit and Loss Account   S20.000.09
120.000.00
Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1910.
Liabilities.
Capital:
Authorized 5000 Shares of $100 eac': $500,000.00
Subscribed and Issued   201.500.00
.,,,     l,|.      V    ........       ,        ...
Depositors' Accounts and Interest Accrued to December lilst. 1910	
$ 67,640.75
6.011.21
Re block 8, subdivision   of   northwest  bulldlng8 that he waa instructed i aim
quarter of Section 16, Township 12, He tllus shamefllllv violated the con-
Map 893, in   the   District   of New fldenCe placed in him.    He was sub-
Westminster. ��� sequentlv paid for the work done, al-
Whereas proof of the   loss   of cer- though designedly exceeding   his   in-
tiheate of title number 12254F, issued 8tniCtions, and absorbing nearlv $8000,
in the name of Hector Ferguson, has , when onlv $.,000 was .ulthorlzed.   The
been filed in this office. [consequence was that other necessary
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.; work hadj for ,he tlme belag<   t0 be
at the expiration of one month from postponed.      I took   a   strong   stand
the date of the first publication hereot,  acainst   tlltls   actloni   and   requested
in a daily newspaper published In the   that Jardlno  shouU  not    be   trusted
City    of New Westminster,    issue    a  with anv more governmeIU worki Jar.
duplicate of the said certificate, unless  (iine   knew   mv  viewSi  aml  resenled
in  the meantime  valid objection    be[them by villifying me to friends and
made to me in writing. |opponents alike.
C. S. KEITH, ��Qn tbe occasion of the personal en-
District Kci.istrar of  1 ltles.|counter in the postofflce. I had been
Sundry Creditors:
Insurance Companies	
Clients and General Accounts
1.610.08
6,272.72
Balances to accrue on Real Estate	
j Dividend:
Interest at 12 per cent, per annum on Paid-up Capital
calculated from date of payment	
Reserve:
Proposed Appropriation from Profit and Loss	
Profit and Loss Account	
7,891.80
72,966.68
2,262.05
20.000.00
11.390.99
$188.163.48
Assets.
Land  Registry Office,
New   Westminster,  I!.
28. 1911.
C., January
THE    SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
"lout authority from the Department.
OF
T,  a.  swift,  plaintiff,  and
Cullen   and   John   McDon-
late of    Abbots-
Between
Willi:,,,
aid, defendants,
'" John  McDonald
oi1 "   notice   that   T.   A.   Swift   lias
'":|im,,|,r,;| nn action In the Supreme
{.."rt of  Hritish    Columbia    against
William  Cullen   and   John   McDonald
Paymenl of monies due-under   -i
���.ntr��cl   dated   Ihe   13th   May,   1910,
,."''IV1,V  the  plaintiff  agreed  to  seil
",    ""   defendants  agreed  to    pur-
j'1^ Part, one 111 acre of n portion
'he Bouthwest quarter  of  sect'tm
,;"."'>'��'>    (22),    townsliip    sixteen
"': townsite of Abbotsford,
,,    ' A Westminster,   being  ,	
l"mn of  Abbotsford  townsite, and  tawa.
'  si<vinc performance of said con-'
���,'���'\"r In the alternative for deter-
["on of said contract and for pos-
���;'"," Of said lands.
*n<l further lake notice that by an
,.'   ''  '""I" in said action the 7th of
V,, '!,l'-v' ''-'Il,'by the Honorable Mr.
Mm Martln> service of the writ of
niMnk8 "n y��u w���� ordered to he
of\ v M'Ving n copy of said writ
"nmi'HR, and u copy of said order
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
ror Post Ofllce. Customs and Inland
Revenue Fillings, Vernon, B. C," will
be received until 1 p.m.. on Tuesday,
February 14, 1911, for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless math' upon, and in accordance
with conditions contained In forms
furnished by Department
Plans and specification   to   be seen
on  application  to   Mr.   K.  IV  Co'Bsltt,
Clerk of Works, Public Building, Vernon, B. C, Mr. Wm. Henderson, Rest-
district j dent Architect, Victoria, B, C��� nnd at
re-sub-j the Departmenl  of Publlo Works, Ot-
wa.
Each tender must be accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten (10) per cent, of
the amount of the tender.
Bv order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 17, 1911.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The rUht to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 531, comprising
Ihe following lands in the Province of
British Columbia, will be offered at
public auction at the upset price of
$400.00, al 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 20th day of March next, at
Ihe otlice of the Dominion Timber
Agent at  New  Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 531, situate In
the Province of British Columbia, In
Township 5, Range 27, west of the
Sixth Meridian, and comprising that
northeast   quarter    of
discussing Jardine's discreditable actions as well as other matters with the I
agent of the public works department,
William Henderson, in his office, Victoria, when Jardine entered the room
uninvited. Although his coming was
an Intrusion, I requested him to remain and toll him what the subject of
the conversation with Mr. Henderson
had been. 1 charged him with slandering Mr. Smith and myself. He denied
my statements. I repeated them and
denounced him as an enemy to the
Liberal government. I spoke strongly, because 1 felt the circumstances
justified it. 1 was defending Mr.
Smith and myself against the slanders of a man who bad revealel himself to lie utterly unworthy of the confidence that had been placed In him.
"Desiring to terminate the   discussion,  I asked Jardine   to   leave   the
Real Estate and office:
Premises	
1 Sundry Debtors:
Local Bills Discounted  	
Bills Receivable	
Open Accounts 	
Insurance Premiums outstanding
$ 95,580.17
1,966.36
6,099.90
1,418.98
1,134.58
Head Offices and Branches. Furniture.
Books and Stationery on hand  	
Automobile and  Accessories   	
Guarantee Fund	
Equity in Agreements for Sale  	
Cash on hand and in Bank 	
10.619,79
5,786.34
802.77
2,324.35
68.00
54,704.51
18,2!>1.55
$188,163.48
New Westminster, It. C, January 26th, 1911.���Certified correct.
GEO. F. ELLIS, Auditor and Accountant, Calgary,
Alta.
The dividend is payable at the H ead Office on or after February 7, 1911.
portion  of the northeast   quarter    or  mow,   . ��...���  ���
Section 14, not covered by Berths 423  room, at t he same time turning round
and 471, and containing an area of 80  to resume my seat.    Jardine, as   he j
acres, more or less. stated in the legislature, then assault-
A license will not. be issued until ed me, and In a singtiularly cowardly
the full amount of the purchase price, manner. Briefly, these are the facts
and the ground rental for the first both as to the assault and the provoca-
year, have been pnld. tlon.    Jardine's dishonest methods of
The conditions of payment, rate of doing work for tlie government���as to
rental,  etc.,  are    contained    In    the  which It was my duty to protest and to
Timher Regulations, a copy of which put an end to���were the reasons for j
may be secured on application to the  my vigorous protests, and these pro- j
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber  tests were the Immediate cause of tte
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
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December StSrd. 1010.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
Incident of which he has boasted   si1
much���
"Jardine deserted the Conservative
party in 1896 after it was defeated.
When be found he could no longer
bleed the Liberals of Victoria or llleli
from the Dominion government, he re-
I turned to bis old party affiliations.
1 Neither tbe Liberals of Esquimalt no.-
of Victoria have any cause to regret
P. BURNS'
Columbia Street
MARKET
New Westminster PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEV/S.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6
1911
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TO THE MAN
Who Figures Closely
and MAKES HIS
DOLLARS COUNT
WHICN  HE BUYS
Builders' Hardware
We of ter him a suggestion
that it would pay him to visit
our hardware store first. I1 is
no trouble to show our goods.
City News
&
LUSBY
Six chairs in operation at tho Huh
shaving parlors.   No wailing.
Edward Stoddart, charged with
stealing money from Robert Wilson,
wiil come up for trial before Pollce
Magistrate Edmonds this morning'.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds ul cut flowers.    Phone R 208 **
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for 53.00.    Phone 41 I. **
A Vancouver car ran oK the track
in front of the Depot hotel ahout
11 o'clock lasl night aad caused .t
sli. ht  delay in tho service,
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Keid, next
tram office.    Phone 310.
Harry Tidy
Seattle, where
transact.
lefl     yesterday
he   has   buslnesi
f ir
to
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
Woodl wood! wood!
at the Walsh Sash &
Phone   113.
Wood to burn
Do >r  Factory.
A. W. McLeod
h(f__3___!_M
WH IS IHE m
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
Mme.  GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening   Dress  Suits,  Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.    441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. B.C.
A number of Wpstmlnsler people,
including Martin Doucett, took part in
a dance nt Kraser .Mills on Saturday
evening. The hop was a success in
every way.
We have a special designer on Mission Furniture at the Walsh Sash &
Door Factory, **
Rev. A. Silva White, of Nanaimo,
who is well known in this city, has
been appointed a canon of Christ
church, Victoria, succeeding Rev.
Canon Cooper, who is leaving Canada.
Twenty-five acres on the McLellan
road near Colehrook, $150 per acre;
terms to be arrange.!. See White,
Shiles & Co. **
Jack Elton, senior member in the
city fire fighting brigade, has Ixen appointed captain. succeeding W.
Hughes, who resigned some few days
ago.   Elton is stationed at No. 1 hall.
W. B. Sinclair, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia for some
time, was sufficiently recovered to
leave his room yesterday. He expects
to be back at business in a few days.
Prof. Alexander, who begins his
series with a free lecture at St. Patrick's hall on Tuesday, is well known
here and will undoubtedly he greeted
by good houses. He is recognized as i
a leader in his profession, and his
lectures are said to be not only instructive but very witty and entertaining as well. **
In the Victoria-Westminster roller
hockey match played at the Pythian !
rink on Saturday evening, the locals
defeated the visitors by the sufficient
score of four goals to one. A fair
crowd witnessed the match.
The best, kiln-dried wood, a three-
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $3.00.   Phone 413.     **
.lohn (Jock) Smith, of the Hjorth
road and Westminster, is now on his
way back from England, where he has
been spending a holiday. He left
Liver] oni on Friday, and is returning
via New  York.
Do we make Mission Furniture?
Well, I should say so. Come and see
our latest designs, 'ihe Walsh Sas_
& Door Co. **
Bishop de Pender yesterday morning inducted Kev. Krnest Bartlett,
rural dean of Westminster district,
into the rectorship of St. Barnabas
church. The ceremony was witnessed
by a large congregation,
Robert Fitzhenry, of Seattle, father
of Mrs. P. Feeney and .Airs. Shadwell,
| of this city, died yesterday moi ning a'
his home. His two daughters were
summoned to his bedside on Friday,
and we:e in attendance when he passed away.
A transient trader named Hermann,
who recently bought out ihe stock of
a local merchant and who commenced
business without taking oui a citv
license, will face the police magistrate
this morning and explain the reason
i for his lack of foresight.
There is money in these at present
prices. Eighty acres of good land in
Bectlon 7, township 2, on the Williams
road, for $H��n per acre, one-third cash
and the balance over two years; also
I ten acres iu East Delta, facing on the
Scott road, $200 per acre, one-third
cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and -4 months.
Sec White, Shiles & Co. **
A. It. Dufresne, asslsiant engineer
of the department of public works at
Ottawa, has been in the city lately inspecting the dredge Fruhling and the
work she is doing down the liver. In
company with Dominion Engineer G.
A. Keefer, lhe off it lal went down the
liver on the Samson. On Saturday
moi ning be left for Victotla to inspect
the harbor theie.
Ten acres of good land one and oiie-
quarter miles from Cloverdale, half
mile from scliool and church. Three
acres under cultivation, 260 fruit trees,
modern seven roomed house, wired for
electric light, telephone in the house.
The pi ice is $450(1, with cash payment
of $1600, and the balance can run over
a period of six years. See While,
.Shiles & Co. *��
The horse which ran away at Sapperton on Friday and got its legs
tangled up in a ('. 1'. U. trestle, was
ordered Bhot on Saturday by Fire
Chief Watson, acting on behalf of tlm
local branch of the S. P. C. A. When
the hon-e was extricated from the
trestle it was taken to Bell's liverv
bain. Examined by two veterinarien,
it was found to have sustained a
broken Icl;. The owner, Mr. Mclntyre,
of Surrey, was communicated wil i
and notified that the animal would
have to be killed. Mcllityie agreed to
this course of action. The animal was
in charge of Jack Fraser, Mclntyre's
step-father, at the time of the runaway.
Three and one-half acres In South
Westminster, close to the bridge. Call
in and get   Bpeclal price and    terms. .
White, Shiles & Co.
Three drunks spent the Sabbath sorrowing in the city cells, having been
Incarcerated in the bastille on Saturday evening. Their mus will bear
fruit this evening.
Property owners ! We have buyer.
for a great deal of vacant property ln
the central and westerly part of the
city at fair prices. Reid, Curtis ifi
Dorgan. 706 Columbia street.
The snow blockade which has boon
holding up the C. P. R. trains is now
broken. Yesterday two long delayed
transcontinental mails came in. one
arriving at three o'clock and the other
at  six o'clock In the morning.
Why burn up money by burning
coal, when you can get a big three-
horse load of dry wood delivered -it
your house one hour after you order it,
for $3.00. Walsh Sash & Door
Co.
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
Lake of the
Royal Household
Roya
Purity
REDUCED TO
$1.75
PER SACK
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Today's advertisement will
spread the news of the continuance
of our big' alteration sale. Alterations to our store, according to
present indications, will not be
completed inside of three weeks.
Thousands of dollars' worth of
winter goods remain on our shelves,
odd lines and left-overs; they must
be cleared out. Price TICKETS
throughout the store tell the story
of low priced offerings. Watch
our advertisements in the daily
papers. Visit the store as thousands have done during the past
few weeks, and you will find that
our inside displays are interesting,
and provide many money-saving
opportunities.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
up
Capital paid
Reserve
The liank has   17a
extending   in   Canada
$6,200,000
6,900, i
branches,
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.
half
;20 a. m., 11:20
20-minute��
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j FRUIT AW POULTRY RANCHES
I CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
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INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, G:20, 6:60, 1
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave  New  Westminster for Vancouver   at   6,   7,   8   and   every
hour  until  11   p.  m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Kxpress   cats   leave   New   We.stinlnstt r for Vancounver at
a. in , and 3:20 p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
City.
20-mlnute service from 6:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   ni.     Sunday
service   fiom   8   a.   in.   until   11:20   p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute aervlce from 0:10 a. ni. until   11:3J  p.  m      Sund3.
iservlre  fiom  8:10 a.  in.  until   ll:80p. m.
i -ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    BRANCtt.
I Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour tne
after up to ll p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE: ,   . ���
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   -������
hour thereafter  up to  11   p.  m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 1: 16 p. m.
To Cliilliwack���leave New Westminster ll a. m. and 0 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
.Ijmlorfs
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Unusual circumstances enable us to offer five five-acre blocks at .'i
price below the market value. These blocks are located in the most
fertile belt of bench land in Surrey. They are close to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make first-class fruit and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil rich and deep.
rice,  $125.00 per acre
Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms,   one-quarter  cash;   balance   in   y
three payments.
Pi
4-Roomed House
Furnished for one hundred dollars
CASH   OR CREDIT
We do   Upholstering
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth   St., New Westminster.    Phone
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