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 1*"
FOR    MODERN    HOMES   AND
CHOICE
BUILDING   LOTS
Consult
WHITE,
SHILES & CO.
NEW
WESTMINSTER.
VOLUT
,i|, 6,  NTMIUCK  -,.
./ L*%
M LOTS ON'JfjHE  NEW CUT-OFF
��� 'n   .     LINE���$*�� AND UP.
WRITE. SHILES & CO.
'A     SSEW   WESTM/NSTER.
NKW   W.:. TMINSTKIt,   B.C..   FRIDAY  MORING, MAlU'll   10,1911,
PRICE FIVE CENT*
[FLOORS IN       jTROOP TRAiN DITCHEDr
DIRIY CONDITION HBRSES mm ��� beath
NEED
TION
F      IMMEDIATE      ATTEN
MATTER  OF   HYGIENE
Exp.      NED   AT   BOARD   MEET-
iNG-iTF.ATHCONA SHIELDS.
Soldiers   Hurry,ng  to   Mexican   Border
Endangered  by  Spreading   Ra,|s_
Two Knied. Seven Injured.
���j,0, ,���, ���   mc    the    floors    of    the
Port   Worth, T<
xas,    March  Hi.���a
"��-o..rai��� ,���,,!��� ,S1  Louis and South-
western rail wav
di. t ajj
.   was ditched a short
________________________________________���,   i   J       "'""'   thls ten
..,!  m    an    unsiiiisliictorv   0 clock   last   night.
fiiwl]:���1,       :  Cher schools under our   ^����*g���  *We ��H
chin;, ,        sanitary and the ��� mer      Tno li(>rs(. ^
umethtUE   U   done   in   Uie   maiier   of   accident,  and  In  spite  of everv
TOMMY BURNS IS
AFTER BIG DAMAGES
POWDER EXPLOSION    miners hope to induce  .VAUDEVILLE HOUSE
DOES MUCH DAMAGE mmmm T0 m yp|     ASSURED EOR CITY
FORMER     HEAVYWEIGHT     CHAM-JHREE    HUNDRED   MEN    INJURED
PION    ENTERS    SUIT    AGAINST
THE    PUGET   SOUND    RAILWAY
FOR   $50,000.
Seattle,   March
AT DUPONT POWDER WORKS
WISCONSIN���SHOCK FELT FOR
HUNDRED    MILES.
Ccnfertnce   Called   to   Discuss  Wage"
and Conditions at Calgary Postponed���Strike Still Feared.
 I-****      ****3    O-.ll'I      lilt'
i. ���-*l*****m p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^PH" and  In  spite of everv  effort
,������,..:        ������   the  heller it   lull   beL"   Wa-K   impoaeible   to  release'all   the
mr evei     ���   onoarned " rhoraes.
d,e f.      ���   words Trustee Thorn
   jl P.���Tommy   Burns,
p^S^pd        former heavyweight   champion  of the
atid  seven ;  ���-; , -
world, ex-lacrosse  player and   present
���ports promoter and touter of   .lack
Chicago, March 10.���The town of
Pleasant Prairie, s village oi about
Kiti Inhabitants, Is said to have been
almost  wiped out  by two terrific
Calgary, March 10.- The jr.int conference hetween the mine operators
and the mine workers, which has
been in session here during the past
seven days, came to an abrupt conclusion  yesterday  afternoon  owing to
RAVINE LOT ON COLUMBIA ST
IS PURCHASED BY SYNDICATE"
WHICH WILL ERECT UP-TO-
DATE   PLAYHOUSE.
mul tui.t ;      ��� "' ,tl(' monthly meet-:
���u held last nlghl
The cause of tin  accident has
^^^^^^^|��   but
vere responsible
Lester,   the  latest   -while   hope.''  ves* -    __    .   -~     ���	
terdaj entered suit agalnsl the Puget i a' ""' nul'or" powder mill
I Sound   and   Kenton   Klectric   railwsv!     A"  telegraphic    	
not   for damages a
Plosions   ai     eirht"'nvwVToc"r,vi,rv'V       v'^uc'el from Ibe miners- represents    ,llf'   lf"est   scheme  ot   the   p
ii.os.ons at    eight oclock Imi  rright  tives for an adjournment until March  '!""> not toiscarry,   For   *.Lr* thow?
20. | Who   enlOV   the   lieht    f>.r-r��i    raf
t n.n v. a.*   t
 Iv,,��� _T ," :��� ~" ���������"'"   ******    ""i   ""   ""'""fra amnunting to $."(> Odd lew '('
w'_Wm   fellow  trustees  sit   up  !����?��?$*��   *   -.^ed , injuries sustained   ,���
communication    is
Loral   lovers   of  real   classy   vaudeville will in the near future have tt\*t*
goods   brought   to  their  own  door,  it
e of  the   promoters
who enjov
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.     Ten  Thousand to  Strike.
ihat tbe hygiene com-     Wheeling, W. Va , March
���...���  ... nictod to deal  with  the   of ""* Tuscarawas, Ohio, fi
Bl""     _   M______________W h��r��    l^clarA,...    .J^^^^^^M
nm"'
,*.-.       . ���l     The onlv wr id received
n���--"7'V" .collision   las. pr&ilu
December, when Burns   leg    was    in-  for ..��� ���,���.,, mU
 .  l]oy the light  form of innneen
li  iii thought that the m< n hope to' &musenie��1  have cried    aloud    for   ��
get the independent mine operators to   l'';|co whe
I jured.
Wheeline   VV  Va""wT  V��T~��i I     H,"'r"' in hl" ple" for ^mpensation.' hf'en ***** 0,,,
ivneenng, \\. . a., March ..���Miners  states tbe ^^^ ^
accident  reduced his earn-'     !t   lia* si,u'f'  '"'f-n *SMlied  thai   tin
uv . ������.^. *~ ���.  ��.-., ii**=                  ��� -. ��� a,, ..eld decided  mt capacltj by more than $2S000 ner lwo |I0W 'er mil,s hflVp ho('" filia
diner faili id to tmd any support, the  ''''     'terday tc call ��� mike in tbe  year.    Under this reckoning Tommrt Rnd  "iat ,lu' dynamite house
custeef feeling that the thing was one  ^"/vV!'''1!^ 1m".'','   ." is ��"'<! that   daim   is   not   considered     ex,��� i���tant fire'
but   there   (g  y^^  ho^  ^^   ^   ^, 	
be settled out ol the courts, as Ii    is ,pipasanl  Prairie, Wis., Mar
known that previous efforts t- ���"����������- Five Powde
a compromise have failed
get the independent mine operators to Plsce where two or
SOOived from ideas-   agree to the closed shop clause in the be   spent   withoul   t
hysterical   appeal   interval, in  which case they can then w'a>' T<1 Vancouver
that  the town hid   ,.,irnP   hack   nnd   use   iheii   argument       Yesterday the firs
���,f-aincl   ll,o   ..��^l��'-'    *  l**ra. '
lloud    .���.    _
re two or three hours oriuM
in veiling  all    the-
first deposit of $.<��**
t mai  iur luiii^  w.ii- uoe     ^  vj..ii..i.     u   j.   saio  I
lo; the full eontWewtton oi  nil    the  ten 't'O'^and men will be affected.
���.-  s deal ol   lUi  -Hun "        '���"	
". ,     agreed  thai   Trustees  Stoney,
Pect and Tbornber make an exhaus
i      :. and report fully to .
SM
Floors Are Rotten.
The arrival  ol  a  cat load   of    new
ol�� led to the Intro-
���   bad state of the floors.
��� ei being of the opinion tlm: ;-": be wise to place
ibt Jeskt  on   woodwork   wliich   haa
tting for \ears and
tbjd. wi o causQ all manner,
ol'te'i---   "        'l''-v ',r'r* moments
i sj ectres of ho di -
PANAMA CANAL MANS
LOWER FREIGHT RATES
I tered
is    on
cli  lu.-
  -....���,    ��� i ���  j ���*������-��� i *,   \rt    ^mwww?
against the associated operators. i M!iy P*W  by those who are goin* t<��
The   talk oT,a possible strike is still  *ive citizens the treat they have lor
current,   although   none   ~*  ""   J-1-    Hn '""" -�������������   -������ '-     -
talis are wl
the possibility of this.
"-" ^SkSS5S��s cynical indifference to
two miles  from  here yesterday  even-; ..,���-%..��-   ~-	
  Chica^B,  March  9.���Five witnesses
i from    Alaska    in    the    government'*
Multimillionaire  Points Out the Great   forthcoming
Advantages Which  Will   Follow
Completion of Big Ditch.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^aaaaaaa|lllllliaaaaaaaw. day even-
WITNESSES BEING *T|R-    Thf'  magazines  contained    8000
KEPT UNDER COVER   *<eps   of   ^ianl   Powder   in   a   finistn-.i
  condition, 25,000 kegs    of    unfinished
powder. if,ii tons of dynamite and 130
Jons of other explosives in a partly
manufactured state.
One man was killed Snd three hundred injured.
Thirty bouses were wrecked by the
force of the explosion, which was felt
for a distance of over a hundred miles.
 ��� suit  against half e score
| Americans on charges of conspiracy to
defraud the government out of valu-
. b'e Alaska coal lands ariiied in Chicago today and regl. tered at several
hotels    under assumed    names.    Gov
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^aa    urai     anasy     nail'    fCH'
of the dele- so 'onP desired, and in the eourse aC
gates are willing io be quoted as lo a few weeks the gulch adjoining ��]*��
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , King's hotel on  Columbia  streel   will
; he seen no more. The aforesaid gukAi,
fan eyesore although rustic In a way.
i adorned by a varied collection of nVi
       I tin cans and other aids to beauty, mill
rii>i nmrnn   f>e 00vered over with a reinforce I ****-
MM OF FINLANDERS ay-ft���%^,^z ST
l I plished, a  massive slriicture will    he
creeled   and   those   who   have  in   ��lw��
Russian  Authorities Perrr.it Convicted   past  assisted in making this city    an
i inviting one by the taislng cf hand
some blocks may  he expected to a��M
to their  reputation   when    the    mm-
I fueled  building  is opened  for insp<*<-
tion
Oppressor of Finns to Assume Position   of   Police   Chief.
examin..' ��;i- granted
Thi hearing    a letter
Iroatho* ;e of the Strathcona
shields, givt n   to   institu
tions ir thi ui as prizes in pro-
.    Trustees      Keid,
\s I construe tlie Japanese treaty.
said Baker, "we are ghing Japan th
' the canal for tlieir ships and all 	
profits which might be given to Amerl-1
can   ships   except   in   the   coastwise 11/i_    riAllh   HfU/FDC
trade.     While   we  are  haggling  over   ff All   vLUUU   IIUfLnj
I rustees      Keid, .. .,    .    ,   ,
t.                        ,*rr.���             ���  ��� i.i '��e metliod of do ng  it. pan    S   up
Tnornher and Mrs   Cross as a spe lal        , ,  .           .,           ,. ,i       , ,.   '
* afi.l il ilnff Cn,s     *-r,-,i,i. d Inn    r\l,l.,.o.
TIRE THREATENS
conimii-' ��� ��� ii>t  *���':*  .;lieKls and
���������,������ ���_ .,     .. ,^       . and  d> ng.    she  realizes the oidiga-
commiitee to appiy tor six shields and . . ,                .,,   ,        ,       ,
Iij.Uj...iiii. r.    .    . ^i (i^  ,-           m Hon   under  whicli   she   will   be   placed
rancrn's". to   (I  ,    distinct \e nam-s ,                                      ,       ,
,������,,   .                      ,     ,         .. by the r.inama canal am! proposes to
for tht- :. ���   .              schools    in tbe .���                                   .                         ,
(... do  sonic'im":   ln!1^  before  we  wake
Pupiis Get Out Quick. . -    |
" ti vu rei ��� at the pupils of
.the KetTin . h      to the number Sl
BO hid marched from three ey.irs in
Rieconds as a ri   ill of ihcj tire drill
Merrwj   a hunt in thd records show
tbai this i.< within n fiw  seconds oi
the world's record.
An api'liiation fiom the B. C. B   B>
Ehstnotices. -. rj to the danger
ol swiftly moving cars and wires bs
;otii[' In thi .vas di teated, it
fc held thai ll  would make a bad
. ecedeni    Whilst  the meeting    felt
that the Mm was a move In tbe   right
in the trusti es thought thai it
tliey allowed tl ���   H   C, E. R. to stick
tpnotins there would i>e no telling
��tomight apply for permission to put     Ne,BOI,   D. *..., ���,,*,.��� ���������       ���
j up signs.  There   was   no   question  FergUgon'( pastor of Bt Paul's Presbj
that live wires were one of the gieat    u,v*.Kn   church   and   model aim   of    th
go.   ly  original,  for  dm ing  the  Bobrlckotf   utilized for suites of rooms, each	
be closed lj period   lie   wns   a   i olioe   official   who   iaining  three  apartments  and  havint
'participated   actively   in   several   an-  a separate bathroom,
ti Finnish  transactions. i     The hlea of a larte hall for meeting
When    tho    so .ailed    const it \itiou  purpose,  has moi with the approval ��H
E.iv ernment   returned lU  U906, he wa-  the  purchasers  ol  the  lot   and    Mu''-
trled and condemned for forgery, anl scheme may find a plftCe in t\\<* plmn
further sentenced to imprisonment fo    which ��ill be SMbmtUed in   'it** dourw*
/\nrr��   nnnrvrn   liaiiM��C TAUiM   AP   h All PI AC ''making  illegal   arrests.      Thanks 0I   a  few <lays to {pe city's  buildtejt
llVlR    nOKDlH    IIN|y Ivfln   Ul     UUuVJLAj   the  ^*trtbutton     *      ,,,n  "n   v'       '     oi.      v      rite  m   lneasutes  Wtl3��
Victori.i-Alberni Line.
Toronto, March : -Walter Tux-
ford, secretarj to Third Vice-President
D It. Hanna. of the Canadian Northern, left last night fir Victoria to
superintend the construction of the
Victoria and Alberni line of the Canadian Northern railway.
Bath Tub Trust Suit.
RUSHING OF AMERICAN TROOPS
TO MEXICAN FRONTIER CON
STRUED TO MEAN CONFLICT
WITH   JAPAN   IS   PASSIBLE.
EIGHT   HUNDFlED   MEN   AT   WORK
FIGHTING  FLAME,  BUT  LITTLE
PROGRESS   BEING   MADE���HIGH
1
WIND   HELPS   FLAMES.
Berlin,   Maroh   t,��� Thai   Germany
�����n   ��� u"   ...... -��� I will  not  rely  upon the  I'ulied  States
Detroit,   March  t1     Judge  Itennison.  to protect her Interests in  Mexico wai
���   .....     ,   * ii���.i     ��-.  .-11 ...1 .1.:,. ., t,..,,,,,, ,,1 I,.
Juneau,    Alaska,    March
town of Douglas Is burning.
10.���The
 T   .3 escape   to   Bl    ivieisinn   .   and   uivp?   an   opening   on   Ctsrksffta
Where he lived for Bome 'ime under  street.   C  11   flow has been nskt><l ��<��
an assumed heme. ,l,aw   up the    neteSSary    plaits   har
Bui the Russian authorities resum   Messrs Blo&n A rtarrison, the eeotrtte-
r,i  the  Horrlhottlan  policy  last year, tors, who are m-tine for the buyers
and Pehoner was aide to return Bate-  The price paid tor the lot wns $ir..������
lv  tn Finland withoul having to serve sn,i (n  agrpercents signed yesterday.
his sentence.     And   he    was   actuall.    all the��� purchnse money will be harwfp*
compensated" for his "sufferings" to  0VPr Inside three months.
the tune of |33S0 out  of state fundi      An arranaement has lieen arrived af
from the Itusslanlsed senate. whereby  the  walls on  either sWe    of
7       I 1 the gulch will be used fn the hrifhffus
SCHOOL   CHEATING   CRIME. nf  the   nfl���.   hlo���k    ,he   sum  of S,.9K#
belnp pnld the owners of the bulWfnps=s
l^i^B_____- ,    i_BJJJJJJJJJJ___| ^*************^*1 *���
A   high   wind   is   blowing  and   this,   Florida Considers Law to Stop Exami- ng comi e-sation
ddliuu   c.-,,,,1. i -
In the federal court here, overruled
the special plea recent I) entered by
the defendants in the so-called "bath
tub trust" suit.
Moderator Resigns.
Nelson.  B, C. March 0.���Rev,
officially announced this afternoon by
the Imperial foreign office, A statement issued declared thnt If the situa
tlon  develop,   so as to endanger tier-1
herself
over REcrpRocirr-
Dr
��t dangers a   young
inun   Interests,   (leiinaiiv   wil
take pioteotive measures.
Bryce   Indiscreet ?
W&Sblngton,   March   u    -The  ndmis-
iii   of   Ambassador  James   Hr-oe. of   l'l,,tetl so far
combined with the intense cold, makes nation  Frauds I
It   extremely    difficult     for  the    flre'    ,Tarksnnv,���P.   F,.,..   Msm,h   n._The' ,,      M.__JiJillA��ic
llghets ,       'atate convention nn rev Islon and modi-   LIBERALS 6NTHUSIASTIC
Klght hun lied men are engaged In   flca(fon of s,.hbo,  laws    approved    a	
statute making cheating In school ex- "
umlnatfons a crime and fixine punish- Ottawa, March 9.���The LlberaJ en-
ment at one vein's Imprisonment or a thuslasm broke loose this mornftos-in
tine of $Ri)D. The proposed law will he P��rty caucus at which the re.clproclty
lald  before the legislature. agreement was discussed.   The   a��rj-
lighting the Humes.
Front street, the business section of
the  city,  Is  completely  destroyed.
Very   little  headway  has  been    re-
'"-���  r*      lollllll   CnUrCU   anu   uiuuoinu      siou   in    ;i"""'--""�� -   - -
���    t ���    <hild    had    to fl   jjM re��lgned on account  Of Ill-.Cmat   Britain, that   he had asked  the   AMER|CA'S NATAL
Pwdagainst, but lt was finally agreed ,._������>,' I united states to protect  Hritish   in-.
"nt li the nut iron  were  placed  adja
Wttothe achools the case would bu
Be*
Thf
ask
Want Sidewalks. I
U J   vvas    Instructed     to
'or tenders   for   the building of
sidewalks round the schools.
So that the pasl  scholastic history
^'^ Pupil at tl e High school might
"Properly kept  the hoard agreed  to
inwla- li m and tiling drawers
Ul1 ''���>��� bo rd  i| pointed a committee
"buy the
'���   '''   '       i ho desired  to attend
:' i:- - ution    at     Victoria
.   iianted  leave of
��� ingement  that those
SJTJ  out  their duties
rstanding.
Ho""e Study Problsm.
A meet m
health.       ^^^^^^^
Caught in Beltinjj and Killed.
Mlunedosa, Minn., March H.--.Incn
Ostein wus caught In the belting of
the lleiinington mill today, and suffered Injuries from which be died In
a  few  hours,
IRISHMEN TO CELEBRATE
1   SEVENTEENTH WITH SONfl
DAY NOT OBSERVED
United   Slates   to   protect   Hritish     interests in  Mexico because lhe revolu-
hevolid   the!       ,.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*****��s
power of the  MexicR.i govfei niiieiit to'     Whshingtdn,   March  9 -Not   a  flag
.,..���   i.,,o,ooioH     ,.���m-   "tis hoisted nor ii drum sounded today
route.
17.,   B\J   * ctli c   ���iu,   ....
She   climbed  down  from  the
control,   is   causing   Interested     com-   ;"":, *""    ,  ���������      .-   .
ment  todav, in the light of official de-    n   the capital   natned  after  Amei cus sp(.om,   .t()n.   _nd   jhp   f_ml|v   ^^
|.   \espuclus. although  this is the birth- ������,���,.,,, :l,,0,n  ���  mtt��� im,rninE.
day  of the Florentine navigator  who 	
nliils  of   his   government     and    semi
Hu
kindergarten    rooma
ve ning, when the muctij
As
���I t Woman's Council
i 'hti '��� ��� .nder the hoard wlll
' n th
���WMoirta] i
ll honi- studies will
' ;'     ' e de< ision to grant the
b f  :- being unanimous.
principal  VfcKeaxie
Wool, naket
il'' *Ul" ���  -'it of learning.
."���;i     ' ���������nnt     an   additional
���mWof teai hen, Trustees Peck and
���mh..r were appointed to deal with
.'"ai:, -      | ,-. port
tliMi"'1' ''' ""lfllt'|i1 members of
i.iiv.i Brigade might have private
,gp '" an,i drill, permission for the
,���/",,''"' ,! Mhool on Sixth avenue
Bn,. i.'"l;,h   atreet   was   granted   to
^  Bafe to nosr. %2Tit\ was ordered to1
Local    and    Vancouver    Talent    Will
Figure in Concert to Be Given in
St. Patrick's Hall.
Official denials Of the Kreneli government that any representations regarding Mexico were made at Washington.
Thnt the Hritish foreign office desired to keep any move it had made
soi ret, is generally understood here
and llrvce's statement caused considerable surprise In some (|mirters
It Is believed that it may furnish the
real explanation of the mobilization of
American troops.
Japanese  Transports   Reported.
Huachuca.   Ariz,     March   9,���Army
MOANA ON FIRE FOR
gave bis name to a new world. According to Washlhgtoh historical
sharps. Americtis was horn in Florence
just ^^l^iB^i^^a^^B^i^gjg^^���,,--^^^^^^^
Vespuciiis made his tlrst trip to the1 SIVFN  DAYS   AT  SFA
new world which wns destined to wear j "Lf L���   llfllU   nl   OLfl
his monager some five years after Co
lumhtis  had  started  out  on  his  first	
voyage of discovery.    He    made  so,-    c.inadian-Australlan  Ship  Comes
and he ^^^^^^^^*****a********************^���mm
lumhtis became rivals. Americtis always held that he reached the main-
arid a few weeks    earlie'r    than    the
St. Patrick's followers on St. Patrick's I)ny in St Patrick's hall will
hold ��� St   Patrick's concert.
"V"^ ' Just  to  gh*  a.  little  relief  to    the
.         of   Sapperton   , , ,, . , .       ,,,   ,.     - .   .
i  for n  r.���r       i    . ,   Irishisms   which   w       he   featured   in
��� >r a reorganization of  ,, ,       a    , .
^^ the  concert,  a  few   Scotch   songs    or
dnncfis will he introduced, and no
class, creed or race will be barred
from th*i hall, although wearers o'
the green, in fact, or in spirit, vvill be
doubly welcomed.
Included among the artistes who
vvill probably figure in the program
are Miss Irene McGuire, Miss Laird,
Miss Munn. l<'red F'ilgiano, Mr. Mtil-
gievv   i Vancouver)   and   Mr.   Williams.
Father Mc.C.ullough has promised to
deli .lit the audience with a lecture on
Hunrnuea,   mn...     ,...,.,
officers  al   Fort   Huaohuen   todav   pro     nn" a  Few  ��~"    ��""".���
-    ���-   .~   v-ii���.,_   (hQ,   fhp     nresent   f al'Ot boys, and more than a year be
fore Columbus and was entitled to put
on front as the real discoverer of
America.
fessed to believe that the present
activity of l'nited States troops in
the   direction  of   the   Mexican   border
vvas  thp  result  of a  reiort  that  two        ^	
transports     loaded     with     Japanese ��MAniAM~DAr'iirir~
troors   hai   left     Japan,     presumably UANAUIAN PACIMC                Mf1MCv
headed   for   Mexico.    The   rumor   was T0 SPEND M0NEy
circulated here bv recent arriva's frcm      .,       ., ���.    ���,
Maedalena. where the belief is general .   Now   \M']K-   ��**����   �����-$*   Thomas
that  the  Japanese have  been    m.<de �� sh'>^hnessy, president of the Cana
�� :j���,,. dian  Pacific railroad, and Clifford  Pin
W^^mmm^m^m^m^m9m*mmmmmmmmmmmm^^^^^^���CUi UlV ,St s    Of    ('.'11111(1 I    ill    all    pl'ovluci^
Girl. 15, Elopes Via  Window. are notifying their members that the
Jollet,  Ul.,    March  fl���Fifteen year-  projected   trade   agreement   Is   what
Itl   I.ydia  Knott  eloped     with    Fred   they have been looking for and they
Schwartz, 2H years old. by the window   want It to go tlyough.
������-- Member after member got bp antl
reported he had heard from men in
his constituency who have oppose��i
him before, but who were now promising to support him as an expression of
their approval of the government's
trade bargain. Among those at the
caucus today were William Germain
and Lloyd Harris, who are against
reciprocity, hut with the Liberal partv
on all other issues.
I    It was decided to continue vigorou*?-
Into   ly   n   campaign  of  education   in    tee
House and country and to press   tfhe
agreement to a speedy ratification a��
soon as possibly.
The government vvas asked to sel��ct
the eight members allotted to the liberal side for places on the parliamentary coronation delegation.
It was decided to press the reciprocity agreement through the Mouse M
Port with  Tale of Trouble���
Escaped Quarantine.
that   tbe   Japanese   nn\*-   ......
important concessions    bv    President dJan * *cxnc, ';��"-"""��� ��"���' - ���������---     ���,,-,.,.,. .���.   	
 ������ ���'-   ��^+-.KHcboft    hocilllSI
Vancouver. March 10.���The steamer!
Moana.    of    (lie    Canadian Australian
line, which  arrived  here    last    night   cuy agiecm��-.,t ....������0    __
from the antipodes, was on flre In her' soon as possible, although a coup.lt*
bunkers for seven days on her voyage of days may be taken each week fc*
north. i voting of necessary supplies aud fur
The Moana was the last steamer t> thering of other business.
leave Honolulu before quarantine was'  -���*
declared, the ban heing placed thirty
MANAGEMENT BLAMED-
FOR  NEVADA MINE FIRE
Diaz. Tbe report vvas that preparations  l""'
the landing of the Japanese were thp ������mship C eltie,    journeying
��� in,,.,.,,      ,  ���"-"" "��<* '""*���*    iieiiain mn ."" -
' '"iin;;o,i Eor the Ueep4ng of   the  ^eland's patron saint.
Ui
lanimous Endorsation of
for the landing or me .inininn,  ..��._
being made at Maadalena   Tbis report  Knr��P(?
has not heen confirmed.
English  Papers Satisfied.
T.on don, March fl.��� Although the
foreign office issued a formal denia'
that it had as'-ed the Cnited States to
protect British interests in Mexico,
persons high in official life here say
."ithovitaHvely that, such representations were made to tbe state depart-
[ ment at Washington.
Tbe tone of the London newspapers
II V'l7^.
Sir Thomas said the Canadian Pacific contemplated spending about
$34,000,000 the coming year on improvements and extensions, and while
Quarantine was established because
of an epidemic of cholera.
Tonopah. Nev., Marcl, fl.-The rer-
dict of the coroner's jury at the inquest  of the victims of  the  Beltm*<
Revolution in Tripoli. qursi   u,   ... .^^^^^^
a vtu     .^a. Rome,    March    fl.���Several    Italian mine flre declares:   "We believe, frum
ovovemcnts and extensions  and wnue   wnrsh|pg have    hepn    despatched    to the evidence adduce 1, that the ina��-
m KnslandI he expects to place orders  Tripo,i   where ^n antl.Turklsh revohl. asetT,ent  and  b088es ghowed  luck ��T
for the building of the two new ships   t)on ,g ,n propres8    [t is reported that knowledge and experience in such �������
for the  Pacific trade.    These steam-  ft   number   of   Turkisl   ofticers   hBve ev^cleSt an_ also ihablfity  to fort-
ships will he about 10,000 tons each.   been k,Ue1 or wounded    Ital    la ex. see  and   reaHze that  gerioils  daBWn.
Sir   I homaa said he thought the gen- d      intervene , miaM aHse. rrom such a nre...
eral feeling in Canada was not favorable   to  reciprocity.     Mr.   Pinchot  is  '       --  '-tJl'-i ���*	
going on    a    pleasure   trip   to   the' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(Continued on Page Five.)
Mediterranean.
���*��w  a#rtHwi *�������������.-���- - ((.oniiiiufu ��" i op,^. . 	
Reciprocity In Saskatchewan ��� ^,, ������������������������ ���������������������������
Avalanches Bury Miners,
\n
'dnii,
Wflatun
V an
8fin
March   lib���Sasltatchewan's  agreement
���iy unanimous vote, yester
Mi'iionn	
-tuuiKJU    I ll��    IWI Iflll, II V       ,,
"mem   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
delivered   hy   A\
G.   ���
Slom of
T,ll( tn in,
Haultain   leader of the opposition.   It
v a    robaWv  the  lines,   oration ever
endorsed the reel oro. ity  ,. .IV|1' ������, ffi8 p��jvittotel legislature.
and    advocated    ahsolute       :n,e   farmers  and   flWin   growers Oi
"���Ode    vviihin   tha   British   .he   province  ftl*; ��^0"8 J? ^
mandlng  the  rat I Heat ion  of tlie  leci
l'5
^^^^^^^^^     LIBERAL   MEETING.
The Central Park Liberal association is giving an open meeting
and smoker tonight at the Agricul tural Hall, Central Park. The
speakers will be J. W. Weart, John Oliver and J. \V..De B. Farrls.
All  Westminster Liberals are cordially invited.
���
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o
'mil speech in favor .of the procal agreement
!���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Ten Known to Be Killed
Carson, New, March 10��� Avalanches l The number of victims will protwMy
which crashed for two miles down never he known, but ten mm i mns
the steep mountain    side    yesterday I kn�����^ to have-been killed.
F ...    I    Some bodies  have- been  i ecovere*.
ufternoon completely burled the min- No names fwve heen g,ven ,CBt> amM
ing camp operated by Lundy, Mona onlv nrcagre fnfcrmat'on can be c����-
and Jordan. ��� cured.
"I   I
|       ���: PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  10, 1911
il
b
KELLINGTON & HENDRY My PROBLEM
IS HARD TO SOLVE
WANTED���TO  HI'Y   DIUKCT  PROMI
owner one or two good building lota.
Give exacl location and lowest pries.|
flrsl    letter,    Apply    Box  It., Daily
New.   olliee.
WANTED ��� A    FEW   GOOD   LIVE
salesmen to handle subdivision .pro
perty. Big commissions paid to
right men. Call at Kdson Syndicate,
445 Columbia street, city.
(A) TEN roomed house with two lots,
close lo Sixth sireet, below Filth
avenue.   Only $4L'(I0.
(B) SURREY���For sale, 132 acres, 50
acres cleared, on Coast Meridian
road, one-quarter mile from Surrey
Centre. Price (130 per acre; one-
quarter cash, balance one, two and
three years. This is a real .001
buy.
BATTLESHIPS OF FUTURE
WILL BE SUBMARINES
(C) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot. on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth sireet. $3500, $600 cash,
balance over two years.
HON. E. R. O'MALLEY HOLDS
TR6UBLE ARISES THROUGH
ABUSE OF TRADES ORGANIZATION���HAS   STUDIED   SUBJECT,
IF Vol' HAVE ONLY $10 ON EARTH,
and are paying rent and want to
quit it, come up to Fdtnonds and see
me. This is net a catch advertisement. ' li is Btraighl business. You
need only $10. D. c. Patterson,
Edmonds,
(D) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Firth
street and 166 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $.000 cash,
balance over five years at 7 per
cent.
WANTED ��� GIRL   FOR   GENERAL
housework.    Apply  403 St. George
street.
WANTED���A    FURNISHED    KOOM
near post office; state terms.   Apply
(E) FIFTEEN acres at city limits,
l.ulu Island; all cleared and cultivated.   At $Sf>0 per acre.
Toronto, March !).���It was a voice Of
optimism and  of friendship that   was
heard in the Canadian cluh yesterday,
when   Hon.   10.   K.  O'Malley.  formerly
attorney general of New York state in
ithe    administration    of    ex-Covernor
Hughes, gave an informing address 011
["Governmental   problems   confronting
I both  Canadi and  the  l'nited  States."
' Tbe chair was occupied hy J. F. Mac
1 Kay, president of the cluh.    Mr. O'Mal-
| ley  has  made a  careful study  of ihe
conditions surrounding  the growth of
Professor Abell   Prophesies   Abolition
of   Present   Heavily   Armored
Dreadnoughts.
London, .March !).���Westcolt Abell,
professor of naval architecture at the
University of Liverpool, in a lecture
at the university, predicted the abandonment of heavy plating above the
waterline of warships and the eventful disappearance of the Dreadnought
type.
The future battleship, Professor
Abell said, would be an oil-driven,
semi-subnierslhle, protected by 1*
thick horizontal deck und undei-waler
armor Strong enough to resist torpedoes. The vessel would he armed with
hlg guns on high towers, would  have
NEW GORKY PLAY
CAUSES TROUBLE
STORY DEPICTS DEBASEMENT OF
HUMANITY���AUDIENCE RIOTS,
AND POLICE CLEAR THEATRE
IN MOSCOW.
1). V. S.. News office.
WANTED��� THOKOl'GIII.Y GOOD
housekeeper. Apply in person immediately to F. T. Cliff, Kast Burnaby.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  680. New  Westminster
mergers and  was the prosecuting at-1 submerged torpedo tubes, and be dif
ice trust
in    New
WANTED TO  EXCHANGE���A    LOT
in Uurnaby for horse and rig in good
condition. Apply R. H. Petrie, gen
eral delivery, North Vancouver.
_:REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706  Columbia Street.
WANTKD ��� ACCOFNTANT SEEKS
additional work evenings. Hooks
posted and balanced monthly, statements rendered, etc. Moderate
terms. First class references. Apply N. Y. Z.. Daily News office.
THREE excellently located west end
lots: two inside and coiner, $1150 and
$7011; one-half cash, balance 6, 1-'
and  is months.
ON EIGHTEENTH street, corner and
two inside lots, $1800; one-third
cash, balance ���! and 12 months.
WANTED���WE HAVK TWO CLI
ents who wish to purchase five a
six room modern cottages to th-.
value ci' .s:;,"uo, $.r><Hi cash, balance o:
easy terras. Kellington Hros., Noi
thein 1 rown Hank block.
phone 680.
Teh
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOU&E-
keeplng rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, 1M-
proved, with buildings, ln the vicinity  of  New   Westminster.      Full
, particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
!.and, tV2 Hastings stieet east.
FURNISHED house on Eighth street,
between Third ami Fourth avenue*.
$HinO;  $-100 cash.
ONE acre on Eighth avenue, between
Sixteenth and Eighteenth streets.
$2500;  good terms.
50x200 feet between Eighteenth and
Twentieth streets. $(!50; $250 cas.l,
balance 6 and 12 months.
THREE    cleared    lots    on
street, near Moody square. $0">0
$1000 each.
66x84  feet  close  to  cut-off,
cleared  and  in  grass,
terms.
west end,
5750;   good
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOT ON AL-
berta street. Price $500, $75 cash,
balance $10 per month. P. Peebles,
620 Columbia street.
'lOCEANVIEW, five acre lots in Surrey,
overlooking all Helta and Gulf. $125
an acie up.
HOUSE  and two  50 foot lots
perton.    $700;  $250   cash,
FOR SALE���150 ACRES    OF    GOOD
land, with one mile water frontage;
cn main channel Fraser river; one-!
halt miles from C. N. R., one-third
mile from C. P. R., one and one-half
miles from B. C. E. R.    Price $150
tier acre.    $4500 cash, balance fiv-3
or six years at 7  per cent.    Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.   Phone F &70.
easy.   Near Richmond.
reidTcurtisXdorgan
706 Columbia Street.
FOU SALE���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot fit)Xi;(2,    good    bearing,
fruit trees, shrubs, etc.   For particulars apply to Owner, 724  Princess
street, City.
MACCALLUM BROS
SAPPERTON���A well built, strictly
modern eight roomed house with
furnace, on till foot lot. Exceptionally fine river view. Price $3200;
$1000 cash, balance easy.
FOR SALE���LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain
for quick disposal. Apply Room 14,
Hurr block.
SAPPERTON���Four 33 by 132 foot
lots, cleared, $550 each; $100 cash,
balance ti, ll, 12 and 15 months.
4
HAMILTON STREET���Two large lots,
$1150 each; one-third cash, balance
(i and 12 months.
FOR SALE���AT BURNABY, ONE
acre crcp of rhubarb. For terms
and information apply by letter to
P. O. Box A., Agassiz. B.C.
LONDON STREET���Four lots at $525
each;  one-third cash, balance easy.
FOR SALE���A FIVE PASSENGER
30-35 h.p. touting car in flrst class
running order, cheap. Will exchange
for real' estate. Apply Schaake
Machine Works, Limited, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine; length of boat
40 feet; width of beam 9 feet 10
inches; good house. Boat thoroughly
equipped with life belts; license for
'25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 4-cylinder CowUe ert-
gine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and has only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once. Price $��i00. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster B. C.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
TO BENT���HOUSEKEEPING ROOM,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
224 Seventh stieet.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
umce 'Phone 119.     Bam 'Phone 117
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   t��
any part of tb* city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT
iT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
A SEVEN roomed house, close to the
Crescent, modern; price $3000; $600
cash, balance as rent $20 per month.
PORT  MANN���Large 66 by 122 foot
' lots, to a 20 foot alley, in a choice
subdivision  on  the east end;   $450
and up.   Terms easy.
WE WANT listings of city and suburban property, also houses to rent
or for sale. We have customers
waiting.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Room 3.
Smith Block.
Columbia Street.
FOR SALE
Two Lots and House on
Third avenue, Burnaby;
price $1350. $400 down,
balance easy.
Five rooms to rent in suite, o,'
as required.
Westminster Realty Co'y
Room 2, Trapp Block.
New Westminster.
I The   Noiseless   Typewriter.
!    The noiseless typewriter has  made
I its  appearance,  and   where   once   a
| babel of clicks and clacks resounded
! through an office all Is as quiet and
I tranquil as a church.    It took a lang
time for Samuel P. Kidder, an American, to perfect a noiseless typewriter
imachine, and longer for the invention
to reach Canada.   Now the demand for
[ them is so great that it is impossible
torney against the American
nnd the alleged milk trust
Vork city,
Tlie   common    problem   of   closer
l rude     relations    was    the    llrst    one
touched on hy Mr. O'Malley.    He did
nol   enter   into  a  discussion    of   reciprocity, of ''ourse, hut contented htm-
1 self with pointing' the cause for mu
I tual congratulation on the ground of
the  happy  way  in  wliich  the negutLilt ions bud heen conducted.
Good    Results   Certain.
"When anything comes of it," said
he,   "whether  the   proposed   or   tentative  argreement   is  adopted    by   both
these governments or whether it is defeated by one or tbe other or by lmtV,
you and I, you as Canadians and 1 us
an American, and the American people
with  you, can  congratulate ourselves
on   one   thing���thai   the   attempt    to
an understanding with one another on
that  question was entered Into In a
broad, liberal spirit, and the negotiations were carried out in a broad, liberal spirit without either government
undertaking to get an  undue   advantage of the other.    Whether defeat ed
or whether victorious, it will mark an
epoch and will make a lasting impres-
r;n   upon   the   good   relations���now
Hamilton I good���it  will increase the good   rela-
to  tions between these two great English-
! speaking people tbat live side by side
here."
Cause   of   High   Prices.
Proceeding to speak of matters related to the question of greater freedom  in   trade,   Mr.   O'Malley   referred
to the recent reign of high prices In
the United States and also in Canada.
The  same  was  felt  in  England   an.i
Germany,  in   facl   the  world   over;   i' I
in  Sao-! was  not  a  local  condition,  but  prices'
balance  generally  gone   up.     It   was  hard  for
| anyone  to  determine  just    why    the
prices of articles of common consumption had advanced.    A prevalent opinion in the United States was that one
chief cause  was  the large   combinations that had cornered and obtained
control of articles of common  necessity, both as to the sources of production  and  tbe  manner  of  distribution,
nnd  then  crushed  the   common   people and made them pay their prices.
He told of the way in which the
big combinations, such as tbe Standard Oil company, the American Tobacco Trust, the Sugar Trust, and others, were attacked under tlie Sherman antitrust law and the Eikins anti-rebate law. Some of the state governments had also undertaken similar
prosecutions, such as that successfully
conducted by the s'ate of New York
against the American Ice company.
Mr. O'Malley also, when attorney general of New York state, in 1909 and
1910, conducted an investigation into
the alleged combination or milk trust
In the city of New York. This Investigation showed that the price of milk
paid to the producers was fixed by the
dealers', also, to a moral certainty,
that an agreement was made by the
dealers to simultaneously raise the
price from eight to nine cents; further
that enomous profits were made by the
middlemen or large dealers; that Individual dealers were not making un
due profits at nine cents per quart;
and that the producer was receiving
from three and a half to four cents
per quart, and that It cost him about
that to produce it, affording him but a
a bare existence.
The question presented by such conditions, said the speaker, was difficult
of solution.    Unlimited Individual effort,  it  had   been   supposed,   would
prove the panacea of human ills, but
these conditions, he considered  were
the abuses of individualism.    Organization, community of effort, could produce or distribute an article of com-
| mon  consumption  more cheaply than
individual   or   scattered   effort,   and,
therefore, should be a good thing fo:
i all If the consumer and the producer
I were both permitted to share In tbe
; benefits;   it was the abuse of org.ml-
��� zation that was the real wrong.
Tbe remedy, in his judgment, must.
! be something more than the average
'anti-monopoly law; the daw of supply
and demand would not always regu-
] late it. The question was troublesome, but would have to be met some
way. "Governments," he said, "cannot sit idly by und permit articles of
common necessity, like milk, meat,
ice and coal, to become monopolized
and placed beyond the reach of the
masses of the people." He had confidence in the ability of the people of
Canada and of the United States tj
solve this question as they had solved
others. He did not believe there were
any more serious questions confronting us today than there ever were, no>-
would there ever be. Canada, he was
confident, would contribute her share
towards the solution of these great
problems.
tic-nit  to hit or sink.
!DISTRICT COUNCIL!
t^ I
RICHMOND.
London, March !>.��� A despatch to
the Daily Express from st. Petersburg,
says a Stormy scene marked tbe production of "Vassa Voloanovna," a new
play by Maxim Gorky, at the Nazlobiu
I theatre, in  Moscow.
Assassinations, poisonings, cruelly
to   children,   forgeries,   perjuries,   and
almost     every     imaginable    crime,
I abound in the drama, and   the whole I
i story   Is  a  ghastly  succession of  hor-
1 rors, whicli appear to be piled on ruthlessly  to show  how  far humanity can
I he debased.
I After the third acl the audience
j would liave no more of the play. They
hissed ami shouted, and eventually]
came to blows with a party of tte
playwright's Friends who were endeavoring to applaud the piece. Finally the i ollce were compelled to intervene and clear the house.
There are many blends
of bulk tea-all dillcrcnt
There is ortly one blend
of Salada" Tea, whether
you buy one package or
a  thousand, and the
quality never vji its.
Never S<
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone t
Your Chickens
o -Make
Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and  Filth  Avenu
PHONE   370
r
FOR   RELIEVING   TRAFFIC.
a meeting of the Richmond council
was held al the Town Hall. Klnirnc, on
Sat unlay. Present: The reeve and
Councillors .1. MUlor, J, McCallan, II
Pentiinaii. \Y. Gray.
Tlie minutes of lhe two previous
meetings were read and a I opted. Several plans of SUb-divisions were ex
anied and passed, Several tenders tor
ditching were called tor. ll was proposed io form a committee of W.
Gay and .1. Miller for interviewing
the owners along the South Arm in
several sections wilh a view to obtaining a right of way for a new dyke.
It was resolved to call for tenders
for lumber for the municipality for the
year   1911.
The Athletic club of Steveston, was
granted a donation of $50 for the outfitting of same.
A committee was appointed with
power to act and Interview the B. t\
E, H. Co. with regard lo the lights o''
Steveston.
The Finance committee passed accounts to the amount of $20,100.
The meel ing adjourned io Marcli
IS.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
Plans $130,000,000 Scheme.
New Vork, Marcli 9.���A gigantic
plan for relieving traffic congestion in
Now Vork. involving an Initial outlay of $130,000, I, has been presente I
to the Public Service Commission by
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company,
wliich promises lo pay half If lhe city
will foot  Hie hill for the rest.
Thi! plan briefly is to centralize ail
the traffic in lhe lower pari of New
York, and. by the construction of now
elevated rinds, the new tunnel to Sta
ten Island, looping all the bridges and
the new subway route up Broadway
and over the Queensborough bridge,
to carry traffic for live cents from
the furthest district in Brooklyn
through Manhattan to the borougb of
Queens,
The plan covers every part of New-
York and Brooklyn and establishes
sixteen    Independent    rapid    transit
lilies. It offers a simple method of
gradual construction, and meets the
new lines of traffic both in Manhattan
and Brooklyn.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%
2
to l!5
and  4
II.  P,
Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works!
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westrrinstr.
are a little better than is necessary.
You can lay them cheaper.   They
Make a Better Roof
Westminster Mill Co., Ltd.
Call 860.
Box 1003.
If you prefer, order  them   with you lumber
through Small & Bucklin.
d. Mcelroy
I Phone  R672,
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing
Chimney     Sweeping,    Eavetroi
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting. Cej
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc,
CANADIAN
IFIC
YOU MAYDRIVE������--* BUT YOU CAN'T-"
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.
' CANADIAN PACIFII
mmm B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. ra  Da'
TO  SEATTLE.
11: no p.m  I,aJ
SS.   Iroquois    Sunday   niglda al
Tuesday mornings.
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sund|
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Mon��
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASK
11 p.m. Marcli 4, 14, 26, April 1.15.
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE ISLAND
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per montli, dates to
advertised as far In advance an   ,
Bible.
TO   HARDY   BAY   LOGGING  CAN
8:30 a.m Kvery Monday morfll
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday. Wednesday, M��
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER
7 a.m....Tuesday, Thursday, SatuM!
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P, A.. Vancouver
COKREC1
STYLISH
PRINTING
Killed by Avalanche.
Tlflls,   Russia,   March   0.���An   avalanche  crushed   a   workingmen'B   tent,
near here while  the occupants were
ap'een todav.    Nineteen persons were
 killed outright and sixteen others re-
for tlie factory at Middletown, Conn., celved serious Injury.    Seventy more
to supply half the required number.       sustained minor Injuries.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNNY & ROSS
43, 4% 47 Sixth  St, New Westminster.   Phone 588
Jackson Printing Co
Estimates  Given on Any Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
ph on*
388
The
Royal Bank of Canada
* tii "no ooo
Pnnlt.nl  nald  IID   *"'-u.,���nn
iiinoo.ooo
Capital paid up
Reserve        .,.���
The Hank has  176 branch*
extending in  Cana.la 1 0
Atlantic to the Pacific; In w   -
throughout  the    sland, aW
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bans
NKW    YORK    and    Wwi
ENGLAND. delay
Drafts   issued   w tho'    *
on nil the principal 1o��nss
Cities ln the World. tIons
These   excellent   conne ��
afford every banking tacuw
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, M9 FRIDAY,  MARCH  10, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
ON NORTH SHORE WITH SECURING OF DOCKYARD
1
Industrial Supremacy of City Assured by Promotion of Great Manufacturing Centre at
Roche Point���Vancouver Vim Obtains Benefit Accruing From
Vancouver's Natural Advantages
VANCOUVER ENERGY WINS
BIG DOMINION SUBSIDY
Prince   Rupert,   St.  John.   Victoria,   Montreal   and
Quebec Still Asking for What Vancouver
Has   Secured
a. the spinal column is the mainspring of the human body, so is
Manufacturing Industry the mainspring of .Municipal existence. Dress
a man in the finest clothes, put money Into his pockets, give him tho
golden key that wlll open the doors into the most select circles���it is
...:..< without that mainspring. He is a case without works; a bauble
��o be casi aside and eventually to sink into oblivion. The same
argument applies even In a greater degree to municipal life. Certain
blnatlons of circumstances result in ���,. number of people congregating al a ~iv i-ii point; thev build their homes and places of htisi-
m - anl follow their usual avoations. The natural consequence is that a village .si'iings into existence, if the people an 'hli.wed with buindent "backbone" the village win
five   place    to    a    town,    and    in  the    process    of    time the town
ecomi Should the nat. iral advantages he great  las they are
In Vancouver), the city will continue io grow tor a time in spite'of a
lack oi ���-:.. :u>- ami push on the pan of its citizens; hut a time always
: ��� Hie nat in al advantages become exhausted and, in conse-
��� -. the 'iiy stands still for a while, and then slowly imt surely
���   Ives the other way.   All through the United States   and   Canada
ami cities are on this retrograde movement, and in
::������ Dim cases out of every hundred, Instead of the excuse of
"hard timi ," it is the simple fact that the citizens lack the backbone ni ei ar> in improve on and assist the natural advantages of
the place Sometimes a foolish father gives his son so much money
thai tin o; grows into manhood without the slightest knowledge of
I - :,is way in the wo 14,   without a moment's warning tho
���   natural advantages) falls, tho son is thrown on   his
own n (which are nil),and in consequence begins in revolve
the other v . ami often drops om of Bight. Some cities have s,>
man; na dvantagea that tbe citizens got  to feel that  all  they
tars io do in life is to enjoy them. Alter a while the "old man" fails
tktm ainl they, like the "sun," soon   get   the   backward   gait,   while
��� towns Aho have no "old man" to assist, rely on their own
��lick .i'.-i . and backbone, each citizen putting hls shoulder to the
*heil, ii" pasl the more favored hut "supine" cities and beat thein to i
frazzle.    ("Frazzle"  is a  good word.)
��� e �� is a time when Vancouver was In great danger of l>ein_;
like the son with the "old manbehind;" but that Ume has. i trust,
passed awa forever, and from this time forward she intends to make
the Ust o: everything that Na'ure has blessed her with, and in the
future she will be known not only as a great seaport, but as one of the
great Industrial centers of North America.
The Imperial Car Company requires assistance to carry out a
great work lor this city, a work that will not only stamp Vancouver
u a greal Industrial center, bul at the same time will enrich every
'"im rn- woman who will put goo 1 money Into it. Already the company
has shos ell capable of gre it tilings. Commencing with nothing.
it has boughl ami more than half paid for one of the most beautiful
townaltea In the world today; a townsite with as many natural advantages aa i .n be found anywhere in North America.
Tiiis company last year went to the Dominion Government and
1 '  '    IU   lalms to such an extent  that   it  was given nearly $1,100,-
 lo a: ..... ji j,, its work, whll9   Prince   Rupert,  Victoria,  St.  John,
Montreal and Quebec, who asked at the same time, "are asking yet,"
and some ui them will ask forever. Why was Vancouver more fav-
ort'll b. a Liberal Government while still represented by one out of
,hl' iold m Conservative)?
It was Blmply and purelv thai our company went after that subsidy
just like || goes after everything else it requires, namely, went after
It with a determination to'"get it" and stay with it until it does. Is
this not the mmi of company tu tie up to?
There are other things tlie company wants that are just as goo 1
Mthesubaldy, Will vou come an 1 help, and receive your share of the
'""n,s" Don't put "this paper lown till you have read all this page,
Wdthen mine in and see us. We are going to win, anyway. Every-
",:" *il* tell you thai now, but we need you to help us, and In doing
so help yourselves ami families.
WHVT WE REFUSED
Vl|ai  Is  Vancouver's gain  is another city's loss.    Less than   six
one of the largest cities In the Western States held a ser
les of - ���    ��� ���-- ��������"- '"���
mom h
1     nni' oi tne largesi cmea m ****���  **ani^*,*	
"'"lings of Its chamber o' commerce, and after going fully into
'j1'.'- detail or our proposition, Including our sleeping car patents and
'J'"1' Possibilities, made a representative of our company the offer of
JJO in ics of land as a site for our  car  works  and  the  city   to   take
-""��� ol ������,��� stock on condition the Imperial   Car   Company locate
18 *ork8 in thoir citv. The truth of this statement we can prove be-
����no a doubt to any interested party. We simply withhold the
i7"u' ol the citv from a feeling of courtesy, while, on the other hand
! Is 0lll> Justice to our companv that the people of Vancouver should
! ��. and to a certain extent give our company the appreciation
Mli
K'h Is its iiue.
IMPERIAL CAR COMPANY
MAKES A BIG PROFIT
Shares  Will   Shortly   Be   Marked Up to  Par���Important   Negotiation   on   Eve   of
Successful Conclusion
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
A short time ago the imperial Car Companv informed the readers
of the daily papers that the purchase  price  of  its   shares   would   be
raised lrom $50 to $100, which is the par value of its stock.   It was also stated at that time that the reason for this important step would
he given shortly.   Young companies, like young cities, or young business men, encounter many hard  problems in  tlie earlier' stages   of
their existence, and the Imperial Cur Company has been no exception
to the rule;   hut by constantly keeping  a sharp  lookout   ahead,  we
have avoided every rock, and are now comparatively in smooth water.
We  can  prove  beyond  a  doubt that   we  have  made  a  profit   during
the past year of $2,000,000, and   we do not  believe that anv  other
oompany in Canada, outside ofthe C. P. K. or the C. N. R��� can truthfully say as much.    We have just  been reading  the twenty-first  annual report of one of Canada's best fire insurance companies, in whicn
the president congratulates the shareholders for being worth $760,000.
Think of it���after twenty-one years of hard work.    The Imperial Car
company  has  enriched  its  shar .-holders in ONK YEAR to the extent
of nearly $2,000,000,    Is that no' a sufficient reason to raise tlie price
of its shares?   We think it is, aid at the same time, something to be
proud of.   This is one of the re.isons.  however:     The company   has
succeeded  In  financing all   its capital for the building   of the   DRY
DOCK.   This has caused the company a great deal   of   hard-headed
thinking in tlie past few montn:, and is certainly a great burden lift-
oil from its shoulders.    These a id   a   number  of    ether   things   liave
been the cause of the company s  determination   for  the   change   in
price.    Therefore, after the 20th day of March, 1'. 11. no one will be
aide to buy one share of the treasury stock of this company for less
than   $100,   being   the   par   valus of tlie shares.
A LITTLE TALK ON   IMPERIAL MINES
Some people would rather buy into a speculation than a sure
thing. This sounds funny, but it is true as it is funny. For Instance,
we tind people wbo would rather buy Oil Shares on the off chance
of after boring several thousand feet into the earth they .MAV
STRIKE) OIL, at the same time tliey know it is a slim chance, and
that not more than one out of every 500 ever really do strike oil. The
same thing applies to mines. There seems to be a certain spirit of
speculation dormant or otherwise in all natures. I confess to liave it
myself largely developed, and have to constantly keep a cheek upon
my natme In this respect, so I do not for a moment condemn anyone
given to this sort of thing; rather I sympathize with them.
By this explanation the reader  will  understand  how intensely Interested 1 am in "Imperial Mines."    The company bas a gang of men
constantly   at   work  drifting  a tunnel  into tbe  mountain,  and  every
time one of the men came into town I examined the samples as if
they were nuggets of pure gold. We  are  now some  75 or 80 feet in.
and there is absolutely no rock, just a pure body of iron ore in high
grade, full of streaks of yellow copper, and every day marks an improvement.    One thing is proven beyond doubt:    The Imperial Mines
are one vast body of iron and copper ore, millions and  millions   of
tons in extent.    Many  of   our shareholders  who   profess   to   understand these tilings claim that our  mines  will be  the most   profitable
piart of our business.    Situated only  eight  miles  from  the center of
the city of Vancouver, the tunnel of the mine ls literally at our very
door.    However rich the mine may be, the fact remains that shares
in  the  Imperial  Car Company will reap a dividend from every asset
owned by the company.
HOW TO FINANCE A BIG
PROPOSITION
"When are you going to begin work?" is asked me every day.
"We are nearly half done now," we aiiswer. We are well into the
financial part of the work, and when this Is completed we consider
the whole thing half and more than half accomplished. There are a
number of methods of raising money with wliich to finance an undertaking, namely, selling shares in the proposition to the public, selling
guaranteed bonds to investors, and borrowing money by mortgage on
the property at certain rates of interest.
For instance, every time we sell a share we are taking in a partner In the profits. He may be a cantankerous person who will make
trouble in the company, and in addition the company must pay A
large  commission  to  the  agent who sells the shares.
The sale of bonds ls much better from a company's standpoint, as
the bondholder has nothing to say iu the business, and receives no
profit except the Interest on his bonds. Borrowing by mortgage is the
best plan of all, but in order to be in a position to do this the company must bave assets at least three times the value of Its loan. One
of the strongest loan companies in Canada has been looking Into our
proposition. They have sent sent their representatives here, who
staved a week looking over everything, and the report is so favorable that the company have' practically promised to advance us all the
monev we require to carry out oar extensive plans. Should we be successful in closing this deal, tha company will immediately raise the
price of tlie stock to $250 per stare and take the Treasury Stock entirely off the market.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
BRINGS INDUSTRIES FIRST,
SELLS LOTS AFTERWARDS
Ordinary   Real   Estate   Selling   Methods  Reversed
by Corporation Which Is Erecting Manufacturing Centre Across Inlet
The Imperial Car Company claims to be in a position to make
more money from a real estate standpoint for Its shareholders thaa
any other real estate concern in British Columbia. Listen: The ordinary real estate office generally does business as follows���They
first look out for a sub-division, and then form a syndicate to dui-
chase it. This done, it ls then resubdivided into lots and sold to you
and me for certain advanced prices, we holding our lots until the city
grows out to them or a railway goes through the place, or something
else happens to increase the v dues, in which case we unload and
try it again.
Now,  notice  tho  difference: Tbe Imperial Car Company buy  up a
whole townsite in a locality commanding  nearly  two  miles of  deeo
sea waterfrontage.    It buys this at a time when no one felt it was of
much value, consequently tlie price was practically nothing compared
to its present and future value, ln place of waiting until the city  or
something else builds out to it, tbe  company  commences  to  build  a
real industrial town itself.    First, the company gets the Red Fir Lumber Company to undertake to build the most modern sawmill on tlie
Pacific  Coast  on  the  property. Next,  it  secures  from  the    Dominion
Government a subsidy to build the largest Dry  Dock on  the   Pacific
Coast on the property, then lt commences to build a steel car works
on the property that will employ to begin with 250 and in the future
2500 men.    These and a number of kindred industries will soon line
the  shores of the townsite, and naturally have raised the value of
the company's townsite to a remarkable degree.    The company will
have, before it stops buying-, about 10,000 lots, and will not o.Ter any
for sale until a value has been reached  that amply repays  t'.-.e company for its farsightedness. Tn 3 beauty of all thfs is that every shareholder will receive the lull benefit ot every do.'lar of Increase.
Xow, my friend, when you take a notion you would rather buy-
real estate than "shares," remember, the best real estate you ever
bought is shares in the Imperial Car Company.
In two years time the whole of this townsite will be cleared and
its streets graded, and the hum of busy factories will be heard all
along its shores, while ships from all over the world will be waiting
their turn to enter the vast dry docks and shipyards.
Incidentally we might say that one of the largest companies in
England have taken an option on 900 feet of our waterfront, and are
bound in five years' time to have shipyards costing a million dollars,
employing possibly 3000 men, and capable of bulling "either Dreadnoughts, or what is still better, the largest merchant vessels afloat.
Do you desire a portion of this great profit for yourself? We
think you do, and the only way is to come in and secure your share
tyefore it is too late.
A  LAST WORD    ,
Investor or Speculator, whatever you may be, are you not convinced, after reading this page, how worthy is the project we place
before you?
You can purchase until March 20th shares ln this, the best and
safest company in British ���Columbia, a company that is richer by
$2,000,01)0 than it was a year ago, a company that cannot help by the
natural trend of events but make an equal amount next year, a company that has been endorsed by the Dominion Government to the extent of $1,062,1100, and a company that is located on the borders of
Vancouver, a city with a greater future than any city In the Dominion of Canada. It will only be a month till the shares wlll rise 100
per cent, and if (and it seem3 very likely) our loan Is completed, the
stock will go at once to $250. No sane man now doubts the future of
the Imperial Car Company. Its success is as sure as the success of
the clty itself. If you do not know enough about it, come to see us.
We shall be glad to show you every detail.
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at the
price of 50c per share, for which I enclose 38% per cent, of the full
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance in two equal
quarter-yearly  pnymeuts,  with interest at 6 per cent, per annum.
NAME  ��	
ADDRESS   4	
OCCUPATION  	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding und Dry
dock Corporation, Limited.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MARCH   10, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at theirolllces,
��mraer    of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets. **
WIL NUKStS WILL
RECEIVE MORE MONEY
fc A.
pa;ge Managing Director
Board  of   Managers  of   Royal  Colum
bian Hospital Decides to Increase
Salaries���Monthly Report.
ARBITRATION WITH THE UNITED
STATES.
"There's a deal of human nature iu
raan," said the wise American humorist- We do not care to,examine the
fvetexts on which the American Senate rejected the Treaty of 1S97; it is
enough. Bays the Spectator, to know
that there ia a de". 1 of human nature
in man. And if we bear this in mind
wc shall not fall into the delusion of
thinking that "arbitration" is a blessed
-word which will cure all ills. If nations like and truly understand ene
another, they will not fight; even
though there be no Arbitration Treat- ije~0pened.
ies between them; J~ '     "-"""in
Feeble
A special meeting of the board of
managers of the Royal Columbian hospital was held in the office    of    the
secretary,  \V.   11.  Keary, on  Wednesday afternoon,   when   the   following
were present:    ,1. J. .lohnston (in th"
chair), .Mrs. S. ,1. Pearce, Mrs
t Hill,   Mrs.   Frank   Broad,   Mrs.   Alex.
I Ferguson, Thomas Gilford, M.L.A
I T.  Kirk, L.  A.   Lewis,  1'etet
and W. H. Keary.
It was decided to raise the salaries
of the pupil nurses, wliich in the past
have heen six dollars a month for tho
first year, eight dollars a month for
the second year, and ten dollars a
month for the third year, ln future
the remuneration will be twelve dollars a month for the first year, fifteen
dollars a month for the second year
and twenty dollars a month for
third year. Secretary- W. H
proposed the above changes,
were unanimously adopted.'.The pupils
are also given boatd, lodging, washing,
etc.
The next meeting o. the board will
be on March 20, when tenders for tho
construction of the new buildings will
HELP FOR OLD
BACKS THAT AGHE
GIN  PILLS Cure Them
Afje is no barrier to the wonderful,
soothing,   healing   properties  of GIN
PII.LS,   the   gnat   Canadian   Kidney
Cure.    We have ou record many letters
from men and women of 6o, 65, 70, 75,
So and over, testifying to the great relief
they received from taking GIN TILLS.
Mr. Samuel Martin of Strathroy, Ont.
suffered for twenty years with misery
iu  his buck.    Some  months   agoi,   he
,  tried GIN TILLS and after taking only
't three boxes, was entirely..cured.     Mr.
Martin   is   now 85  year,   of age and
H/J-enjoys the robust health_of a vigorous
{es [j .jn.-in of si
the
Keary
which
.man of sixty, thanks to GIN PILl<S.
All elderly people are troubled, more
or less, with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble, and pain and weakness in the
back. GIN PILLS are a guaranteed
cure for all these misfortunes. Money
promptly refunded if they fail to give
complete satisfaction.
50c. a box���6 for $ i.s*. Sample box
free if you write us, mentioning tbis
paper. National Drug and Chemical
Co., DepL B.C., Toronto. 49
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
and If they are de
.  n.-.Hnt,  the lady superintendent.
termined   to     flght.    an     Arbitration  tne   __.  _ *   ^^ fa
��� openeo.
Following is the monthly report of
term ine u   uo     .......    ���..    ���__ e lady superintendent: PDArtDV
Treaty will not stop them in the last   ��� Number of patients in the hospital' UI\Ul/tlt I
.. . .   February 1, ,;*; discharged, 10.; died,
ramrt.     If  a   nation  makes   artificial  5.   admitted during February, 02;   re- j 4|5 Columbia St
jiledses  which are far in advance of  maining February  28,  58;   number    *
a��_ ���;iii���oa,PSS  nr ability  to  keep, it  patients treated duiing February, lfi
��� >��� ����ii��ni�� treated in mater
It Will Pay You to Buy
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C  B DFANS' ��^ a^ descriptions
RobertsElcctricCo.
of
Phone 386
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
its willingness  or
is like the farmer who was seized with ���.mroettape,24:;  received from paying      Our aim   is   to   sell   choice   fresh!
remorse at his long   record    of bad patlentB, $951.70;  number of patients, Krocerief.    and   give   our   customers
language, but postponed acting on his _* the hospital today, Mfflr*, t*      1^ and prompt attenlion.   Try
**jsi�� ch,NEsb eggs fed
vow  of  abstention   "till
mare died."    When   the    comforting  *"""�����   	
word    ���'Constitution"    was    breathed   "    T0   MEN   ^HO LOOK
HALE   AND   HEARTY
throughout  Turkey, there were many 	
amiable Englishmen who thought that;    Montreal,   March   9.���The    Chinese
corruption and tyranny were charmed  egg case in which the city condemned
���- ���   the; eggs as unlit for "-""'   ��������   fn.
US.
out of existence for all time. These
same men are among the flrst���prematurely and rather unjustly, as we
ihink���to proclaim that the Young
Turks have proved false to the trust
civilization reposed in them. We
ourselves  against  disap
        food, came   for
hea'ring  before  Mr.  Justice  Weir  today.    By the decision of the Practice
court, the parties were to proceed to n.       ,.    ,
... , ,   . t hevallev _
:he formal enquete today. I
In the room were over a dozen expert witnesses, whose identity S. Beau-
din refuse 1 to disclose before they
were put In the witness box.   They all
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��� Oranges,     sweet     and     juicy,   ���
��� and good size   ......16 for 25c   ���
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HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Hate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
.15 weekly. For further particulars apply td Hospital. Telephone 755.
Cocoa    25c
Cowan's   Cocoa    25c
Fry's Breakfast Cocoa   25c
tn'ist  guard   ouisoco  .�����.....���   ���    ���
liointment.   And we shall do this be;t  looked healthy, thought as it was in
ir we remember that    even    if forty  timated in the argument that followed
Arbitration Treaties  were  signed be-   lhat  {he>hf, efen��� ��.f  ?* ^?,,_
ee. s and had declared that thev would
v.ween    ourselves    and    the    United  be ready t0 eat them all> i�� they were
states, there would still remain a deal   given  the  time  required  for such   a
��� ���������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Choice  Creamery   Butter:   our   ���
��� name on every parcel; it must   ���
��� be good 3 lbs. for $1.00    ���
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Telephone 497
of human nature in man.   Once again  proposition
the United States seems to be on the
point of issuing  an  invitation.    Ha3
rhe frame of  mind    of    the    Senate
.-hanged very much since 1897 ?    We
���Jielieve that it has.   In no country has
tr.be idea of arbitration made such ap-
larent progress within the last    few
years as in the United States.
���whether the Senate accepts the
Messrs. Geoffrion and Archambault
claimed that an entiuete had never
been ordered by the practice court,
but the judgment, as it stood, wa3
against the company.
Messrs.  Beaudin  and  Harris claimed that they were ready to   proceed
aud  that  the  attorneys  of   the   city
wanted only to gain time.    They for-
But  got   that   their   clients    were   losing
pro.  money every day and that delay was
... ....... depreciating  the  goods now  illegally
rosed treaty or not, the  fact cannot   J^  ^..^ _M o,.dered tf) ,je ^
alter in a flash the temperament    of  gtroyed by the city.     ,Vr. Harris inti-
ahe American people or the tempera-  mated  that the plaintlffs'were ready
ment of the British people.   War be-' to prove to the court that the eggs
....���.��� ���_ i��� f��� ������. ���>!���,i !���������,,������i,.���i,!��� I were flt for human consumption;  he
J.ween us is to our mind inconceivable.     ,.   .   ..   .   . ,, '    .
added  that  he  would  prove  his  con-
If arbitration can make the settlement   tentjon  not only  on  the strength of
-of our differences easier, by all means  the experts he had brought from New
it   York,   Toronto  and  other  cities,  but
let us bave it; none will Wblcome
more than we shall; but let us not
-suppose, as many Englishmen did   in
1897, thnt our friend'iness depends up-
���on it At present there ii a Treaty
-of Arbitration between    us,���that   of
1908. It excludes from reference *.'i
the Hague Tribunal all questions af
letting "1 	
��r honor."    The proposed new treaty
[UIU, .   K>*  t.*. ..r	
even by the report of the city analysts
wllich was right except in its conclusions.
Messrs. Geoffrion and Archambault
invoked a question' of * procedure,
claiming that the writ' of t injunction
soueht by the plaintiffs bad not issued. It was immediately, agreed that
the   writ  of   interlocutory   Injunction
Rowat's Sauce   10c
Punch  Sauce    25c
H. P. Sauce' 25c
Pickles, quart bottles    25:
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Fresh Kggs, per dozen   ....30c ���*>
��� Picnic Hams, best quality ..18c *y
��� (Beef is high, eat. ham and ���
��� eggs.) ���
��� ���
Rolled Oats, per sack 25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuits .. 2 pks 25c
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Corn Starch, special 4 pks 25c   ���
��� ���
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Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,  Manager
8ii5 Columbia Bt, west; opposite tram and government
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Best quality goods at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Goods delivered to any part of the city.
ihunai an !^_muUUB ���.- uie  WJ1L  Wl   ���,���  _
t.il interests, independence,  would be taken tlils afternoon, after
  which   the  case  would7 Bave   to   be
voaW cover those questions.   It is a |fought on mcrU' ^^
stride prospect, and we cannot think i
that the time has arrived whtn mat-'
tera of conscience, for one thing, can
safely be submitted to arbitration,���
questions possibly involving the treatment of a subject race, peonage, or
slavery disguised in some other form.
WASHINGTON MAN SAYS
CANADA GETS TOO MUCH
BABY HANGS HIM6ELF.
Was Playing with Rope Hit Mother
Had Given to Him.
New York, March 9.���While playing
Iwrse with a piece of clothes line, at
���arhed to a chair, on which he wai
sitting, Charles Scheillein, four years
old, of 328 Miller avenue, Brooklyn,
fell to the floor and was strangled by
the rope, which had become twisted
about his neck. His mother, who was
in the kitchen, heard the child's body
tall to the floor, and when she ron
into  the  room
.- ...:
Representative   Humphrey   Complains
That   Reciprocity  Treaty   Is   Not
Framed to Favor X). S.
.. ���-. ,.rt*-_.-...K.i.-.:
Is your fruit running short ? We
have E. D. Smith's Jams (like homemade).
All kinds in 5 lb. pails 75c
Climax Jam, 5 lb. pails   50c
Empress Jam, 20 oz. bottles  25c
Simcoe Strawberry Jam   15c
Cooking Figs  3 lbs. 25e
B. C. Syrup, per can 15c
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Our Best Coffee, fresh ground,   ���
��� per pound    40c   ���
��� Our Best Tea, per pound . -50c   ���
��� Our Special Tea, 3 lbs. for $1.00   *>
��� ���
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House cleaning time is here.
Good Brooms 35c, 40c and 50s i
I
Stove Brushes  20c, 25c and 35c
Scrub Brushes   15c and 25c'
Clothes Brushes   15c and 35c
Seattle,   March   ff^-Wiifldent   Taft
Cl0^e�� '.'.TV-Vs vesterday acknowledged   through   his
on which he was  se(,reta|.y  Ule  receipt of   rteieBram
sent to him by the Seattle Commercial club notifying him that the organization   had   endorsed   his   Cana- -^^m^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^g-m
dian  reciprocity agreeinept.      In  the whisks  25c
same   mail,  the   club   received   from oril���hPB ...,5c
Representative William E. Humphrey  H<ina wrusnes   '	
Tt, and  wneri ��ue  .au (ng letter: : Clean your windows   with   Bon   Ami
found  him bub pen.ded      ^ ^ ^ rece(pt q{ yQm de8patch of
tram the rope.    She seized a pair o    February   2g    notifylp��� Me    of   the
( akears ana cut the rope, out uie u��    club,g  endorsement 0f fhe   Canadian  Washing Ammonia, per bottle
Sttl&Ss 3fcSSS���5W�� s�� ��s* - ��� ��
she was busy cooking in the ^toneo.  immedlate,Vi   thig    bilI    passed   the  silver Poil8hT per bottle  25c
To amuse him, she got a piece of rope  .^^  ^  pebruH,,y  u...mi .x   8hall
Md tied one end over the door KnoD  ^ ^ an ODnortunlty t0 ac.
labor)    ...2 for 25c
20c
^UIXI      ......      v	
and give tbe other to bim.
SMALLEST CHECK YET ?
Naptha Soap   6 for 25c
ll  iuruier.     ii  was  ruen.u  iuiuu. i  =u   Cloride  of  Lime    "06
quickly that I had  little opportunity Knif_ po]igh Un  20c
to knew what the sentiment was   in
not have an opportunity to act upon
I it further.   It was rushed through so
my state.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Practically all   tbe   information   I
have  received   from   the  state,  however, is to the effect that it will be
-Written   on   Two-Cent   Stamp,  Called
for Twenty Cents and Was Cashed.
e.. Rafael Cal., March 0���What is ^^^^^^^^^^^___^__
thieved to be the smallest check ever injurious. I can not help but be-
!�����nted to a bank in the United lieve that this is true, especially upon
S^s was cashed the other day, tbe fishing industry, the shingle in-
�����i��ni'Joseph Taylor, a local restaura- dustry and farming.
ZlnTreceived twentv cents on presen- "I would not object to reciprocity
�� tinn of a cancelled two-cent stamp, that had any reciprocity in it, hut 1
^rWch had been used by H. H. Marcus,   have    been    utterly    unable    to    see
* the Marin County Promotion where the United States get. any-
2LTM 1 check. "This is the most thing out of the proposed treaty, it
Starve check ever presented to gives everything to,Ca*acia and we
'^ Hiking institution, to my knowl- get nothing In return. \ -I |fl not know
!3^-���idin official of the Marin that I would object to absolute free
IT    ,    Thank   "md as long as there  trade between this country and Can-
m��� *S, b to meet the demand  for ada, but I do object to making great
__Z��T there could be no objection concessions  to  Canada   and   getting
Taylor's Washing powder, per pkg 20c
Wyandotte Washing powder, 2 sks 25c
Clothes Pins   5 dozen 10c
Royal Crown Cleanser  3 for 25c
WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF
THE CITY.
Cl Deans
Milner Townsite
Langley Prairie
The above townsite is now placed on the markel al spoclal
prices, for Immediate sales.
The situation is ideal, the centre of a big district, right i n the
heart of the old Hudson Bay Company's farm on Langley Prairie
Milner station (with siding) Is the principal station lor the district
on the B. ('. Electric Railway, 'md is only 46 minutes run to \iw
Westmlnstei'. t'hiirch, School, Telephone Exchange, Store, Post Office
Butcher's Shop, etc. b/i��fc
Full size Lots and over, prices
$140 up to $640
Cash, 15 percent.    Balance 6, 12,  and  18  months
at 7 per cent.
    SEE	
Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
***   a.,   **  I       ���    ll-.lt   S����� m\    fa.  *���   *.!�����-_��
Phone 832
EXCLUSIVE   AGENTS.
650 Columbia St.   New Westminster
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton,  British  Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR  LISTS.
K. II.  BUCKLIN, N   BEARDSLEE,
l'res. and Uenl. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. Y. II. BUCKLU
Bee, and Treas
SMALL-BUCKLIN
-=   LUMBER  CO, LTD.	
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877. Shingles,   Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY. Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET  WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Nawfoundland, ana ln London, England, New York, Ch<<ago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters ot Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents ln all parts of tbe
world. ,
Savings Bank DsFartment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WE3TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet  lon. , 18Vi   knots;   sailing from
Johnson's Wharf.
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert for Port Simeon, Kincolith, Massett, Skldegate, Jed way, etc., at noon, March Win
and 81st.
Be sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Railway System toi
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
For ratos. tickets, time tables, illustrated literature and all iIlft>:"
matlon apply to .
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)    Phone 306��
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic ftemship Lines
|     HOMES FOR SALE:
One and a half story house on Ash street, between Fifth and SlxtP
avenues, eight rooms, modern, cellar, stable and chicken house; *��
teen bearing fruit trees.   Hou. e in  splendid condition.    Price ?���""
Terms $1300 cash, balance 6, 13, 18 and .4 months.
New two story hpuse on Seventh stieet, near Queens av����!L'
seven rooms, modern, cement basement and furnace. Price $������-* ���
Terms one-third cash, balance 5. 12 nnd 18 months. Good only "ntl
the 20th of this month.
LOTS THAT ARE CHEAP:
Lot on Princess street, near Fourth street.   Price $700 on terms.
Lot on Princess street, near Second street.   Price $*!00 on terms.
West end lots.   Lot on Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth street, facing south.   Price $850 on good terms.
Three lots corner of Toronto and Eighteenth street, faclftg s0"
Only $1800.   Terms, one-third cash, balance (i, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots on Seventh avenue, near Second street.   For a few
only, price $1000 on good terms.
P.  PEEBLES, 620 Columbia St. ���a
FRIDAY, MARCH   10, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
!   I
SPORTING NEWS
PAGE FTVTB.
NEW OFFICIAL.
NATIONALS CLAIM
LACROSSE STARS
FRENCHMEN SAY THAT LALONDE. GAUTHIER AND LAVIOLETTE HAVE BEEN SIGNED
���ALAS  FOR  POOR CON JONES.
tinder a big Hare heading lhe La
patrie, Of Montreal, publishes a story
,��� the effect, that. "Newsy" Lalonde,
��� |):i|-o-devil1 Gauthier and .lack La-
yiolette, the trinity of stars with the
National lacrosse team of Montreal,
iuiil again signed up with the French
club ami would play there this year.
Tin- l.a rattle in Its beading says:
"National lacrosse team is com-
pletedl Con Jones' voyage to Montreal
fruitless.    Lalonde, Gauthier am
BOWLING
The   calibre   of   the Westminster
.Spokane toaiu was demonstrated yew-1
terday  evening  ill  a  mulch   with   tho |
Vancouver Spokane loam al   the local,
alloys,   when    llie  Westminster    men
won out by a majority of 168 pins. The,
total rolled, as well as ihe Individual
.scores   made,   if  duplicated   al     the'
howling congress in  Spokane, will almost certainly laud the local hoys in
the money gathering bunch.
The details follow:
Vancouver.
Important Changes  in   Passenger
partment of Trunk  System.
De
Wll.   -^a^*****a**************************m-   	
Laviolette, who were going west, after ,i conference with the president of
ll,. National team, decided |(, remain
in Montreal and have signed a contract to that effect.
:.. story follows to the effect
Hal tbe three players mentioned had
.,. eed in come to Vancouver to play
[0r ion Jones' team when Con Jones
ml down east, hut that lhey b.ave
gone back ou the coast lacrosse
leadi r
r ,  La Patrie announces the lineup
ofthe National team for the following
year    |u    ,)0    as    follows:     Goal,
L'Heureux;   point, Cattarinch;     cover
point, Gagnon; defence, Decarie, Clement, Pitre;  center, Secours;   home,
i .ii.-.   Gauthier,    Lalonde;    Out-
e,   l.amoiireux;   inside  homo,
Dupras;  Bpare men are four in number    Duckett,    Sarrazln,   Beauchanip
and Dui ide.     They   will   hold    their
prai tice on April 8 at   Malson- j
Dl ���  '
i on   'oii'-s.   president   of  the   Van-'
,, ivei Lacrosse cluh. wns asked yes-
��� Ding   what  he   knew  about
threi   plaj ors  in question  whoso
.a ���   11 en  more or less   inti-
lated with the Vancouver
, .   evei   : .in e tbey  wore   oui   this
I   the Nationals last  fall. Ths
..:    i   - thereupon declared that bo
did nol ki ow much at this time and
Intimated thai  what he did know  be
to keep to himself until after the mnual meeting of the  Hritish
i        la L icrosse association, which
. held two weeks from next Sai-
havi I oi communications with a
i   ot   eastern   players,
said Mr. Jones;  "these three among
but 1 'In not intend to givo oui
the team which i  will
���     : ������   Minto cup   this   year
afti   ��� ���  league meeting,    I may
er, that  it  win  be pfac-
.��� ���    tern team and that there
win he only one or two home-brews
Welder
Alberts
Hockley
Jordan   .
Hodge .
Chamberlin
O'Connor .
Corbeti ...
Marshall . .
WJllette   ..
1
..HIT
..lali
..117
. .100
..153
Kill
180
105
HU
182
:i Ttl.
181���517
147���483
1211���ill
175���178
191���506
Westminster
1 2
..171
2125
Ttl.
,W8
.163
.166
.137
170
1 Si
170
182
170���52:i
175���537
IKS���51'I
12:',���171
171���541
Ave.
172
101
147
15B
108
Ave.
171
171
17.-!
157
180
BALMORALS MEET TONIGHT.
Baseball Club Will Elect Officers and
Discuss Prospects for Season.
The members and supporters of the
Balmoral Baseball cluh, once champions of the Westminster City league,
will meet in annual session in W. E.
Sinclair's store this evening, the chairman having been instructed to take
tho place of honor at a quarter after
elghl o'clock ami commence business
right away.
Tho Hals have already quite a number nf players signed on for the season, many of last year's players having
again affixed their scrawl to the necessary scrap of paper.
The annual meeting of the baseball
association will he held during tlie
last week in Marcli.
On account of Ihe resignation of
George W. Vaux, Harry Q, Elliott has
been appointed general passenger
agent al Montreal, and is succeeded in
Chicago by J. I). .McDonald as assistant  general agent.
Mr. .McDonald has a wide acqualn
lance with the railway and newspaper
fraternity, having for many years represented his company at Buffalo as
agent In charge of tlie Niagara frontier, and for the past eight years ats
districi passenger agent at Toronto,
where his territory embraced the
highlands of Ontario resorts, including Muskoka, Lake of liays, Tema-
gami and tlie Cobalt region.
Mr. McDonald was secretary of the
entertainment committee at' Buffalo,
Whpn llie meeting of the American Association of General Passenger Agents
mot there prior to the opening of tho
Pan-Arrei lean exopsitfon, and was one
of George T. Hells aids in looking after tlie general passenger agents at
their Portland, Maine, trip, and also
two years ago when they had two special trains to the Canada resorts.
Mr. McDonald's territory embraces
what is known as the western division,
being that portion of the Grand Trunk
railway system lying west of Detroit
and Fort Huron, and also all the territory west of Chicago to the Pacific
coast and Houthwest to the Gulf of
Mexico.
American embassy accurately represented the attitude of this government
in sending 20,000 troops into Texas.
Ho told .Mr. de la liarra that the
troops were there for manoeuvres and
that there was nothing in the movement that should excite alarm or unusual interest.
No Representations from France.
Paris, Marcli !).���The foreign office
today semi-officially announced that lr
had not made any representations to
the l'nited States regarding Mexico.
We
^"ATIT HERE SIIICE 1900!'
RARE  OPERATION  ON   BABY.
MONTREAL    LACROSSE   CLUB
TO   PLAY   IN   NEW YORK
RADICAL   CHANGES    TO
BE  MADE   IN   LACROSSE
f.ULES     THIS     SEASON
: ntreal, March   9.���A   great   and
��� in tbe rules of Canada's I
national Bummer game is being  pro-j
i ni
A notice of motion has heen mailed to the president of the National Lacrosse Union to the effect that it Is
proposed to reduce the number of men
on a team to ten.
The minor is W.  BJ. Findlay, presi-',
dent uf the   Montreal   Lacrosse  club,
lasl night held its lirst meeting
of the season.
It is also proposed to reduce the
size of lh. | laving Held. Tbe Idea is
to make the game speedier in that
maimer. I
"ti" man Is to be taken from tbo defence, and one from the home, and
the distance between the goals Is to
he reduced to a hundred yards. Not
only Hun. bul the entire length of the
lield is to be reduced to not more than
130 yards nor less than 120 yards.
At present the lenptb of the M. A A
A field for instance is something like
1"5 yards.
The Montreal club will appoint a
hew field manager shortly.
'he Nationals have signed nearly
nil ihi'ii lasi year's players.
GALLOPERS MUST BE
OF  BETTER  QUALITY
Montreal, March 9.���Trips of Montreal Aathletlc clubs to New York or
Boston have suddenly become very
fashionable, and ii would appear that
there is hardly a club In the city
wbicb has not alrea ly made a trip,
is ahout to make a trip or vvill make
a trip si me time this year, for some
purpose or other.
The M. A. A. A. la figuring very
prominently In these trips Just now.
As already announced the M, A. a. a.
hockey team has planned a trip to
Boston, and will leave around the fifteenth of this montli. A scheme is
now on fcot to send two basket hall
loams down with the hockey club,
and a practice is called In the gymnasium tomorrow evening, when the project  will  lie discussed
At the same time the announcement is made that all arrangements
are now completed for the trip of the
Montreal Lacrosse club to New Yi#k
In June next, when they will play the
Lacrosse Club of- Brooklyn in an exhibition game. Tlie game will be played on June 17.
Blood  Clot  Removed   From   Brain   of
Three-Day-Old    Infant. j
New York, Marcli o.���The remarkable success of a most dangerous operation is being related in tlie case of
the three-months-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cornelius De Forest Howland, of
the Vainlorl ill clan. When it was hut
three days old the family physician,
Dr. Coonley, discovered that it. wa?!
suffering from a blood clot on its
brain caused by the bursting of a
blood vessel at birth, The parents
were warned that the only chance for
its life was an operation, but tbat n)
infant had ever survived at such a
tender age. Dr. Coonley made a crescent-shaped opening in the tiny skull,
just over the ri?bt ear. and forced
away an almost infinitesimal case-like
bit of tissue which had formed on the
brain. The child immediately improved, and  is  now a lusty specimen.
��� ������������������������������������������
4 Templeman  Coming.
��� Ottawa. March 10.���Hon. w.
��� Templeman, minister of mines,
��� and   Deputy   Minister of  Trade
��� and    Commerce    O'Hara    left
��� here    tonight     for    Vancouver,
��� where they  will  give evidence
��� before tlie Chinese commission.
War Cloud Hovers
Over Border Line
I Continued from page one)
generally commends the action of the
United States.
No  Need  for Alarm.
Washington.    March    9.���President
Taft assured Senor de le Barra.    the
Mexican  ambassador    to    the  United i
States, that the statement issued    In'
Mexico  City last  night  through    thei
SwzYouvNonef,
���*(��Anmtxict Now!
We vm\ everyone to tow
fyat we are paying ���*���
c~4Z Interests?
per annum credited irfltilf
on saving deposits (^
& upward) subject ToWith-
drawlbr cheques*
^ 5�� InTeresr~>
on lime deposits of*
SijTmoiiftis & over. -
We invest mtmef for clients
in first mortgages 5 ho a
general ffnanciaUusiness.
WewtniMur saving accnt
& iffou are not saving *
systcmaVicatty, * - ��� -
Commence NOW WithUS.
Deposits ly mail T^TT^
+ + + easUyhaiu. eD ���
"Youcan. send ty Draff,
Post Office + 6^press
Order or Rc&isteretT^
Letter & withdrawals
can be made ���*�����������+�������� *
* * any way you wish.
Ware Responsible
Refer Tlf**+ ��� * ���*
Dims,Bra<.5\reeto,
or To anyone ta *
VflMGOUVCR-
Write us about 9 Way
Doitnow!!!!!
ItoJraACa.LTD.
321 farnbie Street
{^Vancouver B.C.cJ
Victoria, March D.���Upon two condi-
''ous hangs the materialization or
otherwise of the contemplated seven-
da. horse race meet here, lf these
Provisions are met the ponies will be
���e from the 20th to the 27th of May,;
"'is having heen decided at a meeting |
ot the club last night. i
"he points It is proposed insistin:;
��n ;,"''' ihat there shall be no "book-,
l's," the pari-mutuel system of betting!]
J'1'"1" Introduced in their stead, and
thai tii,, daag or |mng,aiis   8i,all    be
Miter than those which were seen at
,hti track on the occasion of the   last
"K'rrv.u round.
'HOUSE'
OF
hobberCTn
LIMITED
SHARP COLLEGE BOYS
WINNERS AT POKER
Uwrence, Kan., March 9.���The
'acuity ���r the University of Kansas i3
S('aniliili/ed that several of tb��- stn-
*m* have heen spending unusual
���''"omits ���f money and thnt the money
*��   acquired    by    Bklll    nt playing
1'oker.   i
^^^^^^   . bead of the
uy committee of the faculty,'
.,.' has the names    of    more    than
tnlrty.flv
��� <>f t
la rumored that seme of the sth-
'Hls who were admitted to the p
thr ***-iv    "poor    losers"    and
QUR "natty" Spring Suits strike'the
swell young dressers very forcibly.
Young men have well fixed ideas regarding
what they want in clothes and they go
where they can be fully satisfied.
We show the Fashion-Craft suits in
full-chested, broad-shouldered athletic style,
with broad lapels. v
Trousers, full and graceful, with extra
length for cuff or without.
Suits at $ 15, $20 to $25
ProfeBBor Carl Becker
alscipiini
players.   It Is likely some
(netn will he suspended
, ,s rumored that some a,* ....��� ....
"is wh,, were admitted to the poker
ssloiis    were    "l)001.    ioaers"    and
tfouSh I hem the faculty has obtained
A.S. Mills & Co.
517 Columbia St.
"The House of Fashion-Craft"
Hom<
House with six rooms situate on corner lot 66x148 feet, commanding an excellent view of the Fraser river. On car line and has cement
sidewalk on one side of street.
Price $4,200.00
on easy terms ( 5 - c )
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Phones 646, 661.
BEST BUY IN CITY!
8-Roomed Modern House
on Second street, between
Queens and 3rd avenues.
Lot 56 x 132.    Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers tn  All Klnda Of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES. SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE     8TOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Telephone   12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster
Box  137
j Delta Garden Peas ���EB,���1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ VARIETIES :
Burville Perfection, King Edward VII, Delta Queen,
Royal Salute, Gladstone.   Price 20c per pound
i Call in and see them.   The finest peas
X grown in Canada.
I Ryall's Drug Store
2   PHONE 57. EYES TE8TED BY GRADUATE
Wm
HOLLIES
and othef ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at'&e r/hraeiy, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
Cream of Acreage!
Five-Acre Blocks
On B. C. Electric Railway at Junction of N. W.-Chilllwack line, Scott
road, ��l.th prospected line to     __.ij^jg   ,i    .
Steel City and Ladner
Also five acre blocks on this projected   line   adjoining   Steel    Olty
townsite.
These two Choice sub-divisions have Just been surveyed and are now
oa tlie market. t
For particulars apply to
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335.
Miles of most of the boys. PA OK BIX.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  10, 1911.
I
M
Logically First
9
FIT-REFORM was the first in Canada to give
high class hand tailored garments for men at
reasonable prices.
Fit-Reform introduced the Wardrobe System.
Fit-Reform was the first to offer "money back if
satisfaction be not given.* m
Fit-Relorm introduced the Label with price of the garment,
as a guarantee of value to the wearer.
f FIT- .
.REFORM,
Fit-Reform perfected the system o{
sizes, by which every man can secure
perfect fitting garments.
Fit-Reform has made possible the very
finest Suits and Overcoats ��� hand
tailored and guaranteed. 301
fo'
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
I Jewelry
Up-to-date line of JSolid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chambeiiin's ,
THE
EWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
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SHOWCASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh  and Cerllne.       .
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PHONE 473
TO ELECTRIFY BIG
RAILWAY IN
ENGLAND
HALIFAX MAY BE
WINTFR PORT OF C.N.R.
I
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
jm-aiuiau
London, March 9.���The swift, non-
Btopi lng, smooth-running electric nain
to Brighton, bringing tbe breezes o!
iln' Bea fronl within forty-flve minutes
of Victoria ami London bridge, ls no
linn or a dream or the future.
li has been lifted mn of the possible
Into Uu- i wimble,
Tho preliminary step towards the
tremendous task of electrifying the
main linos of Loudon. Brighton ami
south loast railway has been taken;
tho lino ii- being surveyed, ami speclfl
cations aro being prepared by Messrs.
Kiucaiil, Waller, Manvllle ami Daw-
son, of Westminster, tho consulting
electrical engineers of the company,
These specifications, with a report,
will ho BUbmltted hy tho hoard, win
will then decide whether the scheme
will ho undertaken or not.
Inquiries made show a general desire    to    adopt    tho    electrification
schonio, if tho large capital required I
can   ho   raised.
"Suburb    of    London."
The cost of making .Brl. lit on practically a Buburb of London is likely
to be $7,600,000. The Initial expenses
of the specifications are considerable, i
for this work will lake the engineers
two years to complete.
Another three years must be spent
on the electrification itself, so that fiva
years must past before the fireat elec- I
trie   "Southern   Belle"   glides  out    of j
Victoria Rtation.
The present plan is for the line to
he electrified, in any case as far as |
Croy'on. It will tlien be transformed
for electric trains as far as Xewhaven
on the eastern branch of tlte line, and
Brighton and Worthing on the west
Eastbourne and Hastings are not. at
present, included in the schema,
though they will follow as a matter of
course within a few years.
This  brings   London  nearer  to  the
heart of Sussex, for there will bo elec
trie trains that stop at such junctions
as   Whelslield.  Lewes,  or   Hay wards I
Heath.
lt means also the doubling of the
passenger traffic on the main lines. At
present there are thirty-six trains a
day between London and Brighton,
and sixty between Croydon and Wlv-
elsfield. it will probably result in 9 i
quarter of an hour or twenty minute
service during the day from the London-terminal to the south coast.
Approximately, thirty-nine miles of
the main line are to be electrified on
the single-phase system, plus the mileage from Wivelsfleld, through Lewe .
to Newhaven, from Preston Park to
Worthing.
Work   for   Hundreds.
The work will give employment tn
Hundreds of workm< n. it will doubtless be necessary for the company to
mild their own power station. At
iresenl the electricity for tin- South
London line is supplied by tlie London
Electric supply company, imt live
years hence may see a great powei
station tit Newhaven, as large as th.
power station of the underground. The
company would gain great advantage
from having its power station at New-
haven, for it owns large tiacts i f
land on tl.e coast, and the coal could
he transported hy sea.
Tho trains will maint iin their maxi
mum speed and the saving on the
present time will be due to the ability
of the electric train to get up spied
at once, and to defy the gradients
whicli hamper the steam engines. This
is what the electric journey of the future will be: The traveller will Iind
Victoria or London bridge almost ai
silent as tbe tube station. The arc
lights will be undimmed by the smoki
of hundred of engines. There will be
none of the hissing of steam, tbe clatter of great steel driving wheels and
the nerve-shattering shriek of steam
whistles. There Wlll be no black
sooty smuts lloating In at the Windows when they ate open. His car-
riages will be the same, for they havo
all been newly built, but he will see a
strange engine not like the odd-humped tube engines, lie will tee an oblong, truck-shape 1 engine, without the
bulb-like growths and funnels of today,
with two long flexible poles raising
from the Hat roof.
The length of the engine will bf
about forty-one feet and its driving
wheels- live and a hall feet high. II
will weigh seventy tons and a little
wheel at either end will let loose tin
power of a thousand horses.
lt wlll be an engine that will require
no turntable. The driver simply will
change his seat as a tram driver does.
He will mount three stejs to his call-
in. and close the door, and he will be
able to run the boat express to New
haven without a fireman, or the fierce
heat of the furnace or the touching ol
throttles and valves and many wheels
The express driver will need no
longer to wear blue 'rill clothes covered with oil and grime; he will be
entirely under cover during the Jour
nev, With glaFS windows of an observation car. The engine will give a
low, hoarse hoot, the driver will turn
bis handwheel, the electric express
will gather speed at once���in twenty
minutes or so Crawley and tlie fields
cf Sussex will be readied. In another
twenty-five minutes the train will be
in Brighton Fifteen minutes to un
load the luggage, and then back again
Ho London, without any need of
water or wailing for steam.
This Is the ideal to which the Lon-j
-l���n    Brighton  and   south  Coast  rail-!
wav is working.   It Is a scheme whicn
Will  bave  far  reaching  consequences.
Since the traffic will be doubled it Is!
iiot   likely  to  mean   any  decrease  of
Staff.    The shorter a train ts the less
electric   energy   is  used, and   therefore, It  Will mean tremendous saving,
after the initial  expense, and, if tlie1
scheme is a success, the long reign of
Steam trains will l��e over, except fori
goods and early morning local traffic.
Sir William Mackenzie Intimates This
Is Objective���Would  Like to  Acquire  Intercolonial.
Halifax, N. 8., March B.���Sir William Mackenzie, who arrived on the
steamer Royal George, recently, in
less than an hour, was al the Halifax
Hotel, where ISO of the mosl prominent citizens Of Halifax had gathered
to tender him a banquet,
It was a most brilliant and enjoyable
affair and lasted until midnight,
when Sir William held a  reception in
the parlor,    lie was afterwards a i
by a press representative, to whom he
said he really had nothing to say regarding the developments of the Royal
Line. He remarked it was only a small
line at present, but he had hopes it
would develop.
Questioned regarding Ihe published
report that the Cunards and Royal
Line would combine to operate a line
between Bristol and Canada, be said
that this must bave come oul since
he hiid been at sea, and that he knew
nothing of it.
in regard to his supposed financial
mission to England, he remarked ihat
he was on a mission of au entirely
different nature. He had been attending liis daughter's wedding.
'l'he other transcontinental Hues had
their terminals fixed, he added, but
ihe Canadian  Northern  had not.    it
was now looking toward Halifax, and
he thought Halifax should lie up wilh
it. lie would be glad lo help Ihai
city to become a | on of greater importance  in the transportation system
of Canada,
The Canadian Northern railway hai
been looking forward a long time to
getting the Intercolonial railway. Ile
might as well confess it, as they all
knew il, but il needed a lol of help
to  Let   anything  like  that   done.  Thev
had no port, and were looking ,���  .
what was going to he done for them
the people of Nova Scotia in ti���.
Mr. Hanna, in his speech, Kilj,| ,,, .
he did not know anything bettei
advertisement, from   ;l   Halifax
point, than a lini- that could advet
only  four nights at   sea.
PRESIDENT   DIAZ
IS   IN  GOOD   HEALTH
New York, March 8.    In view ,,i
renewed reports concerning tho i
or illness of Prlesldenl Diaz li , ai
stilted  thai   a  despatch  in,mi the
Bociated Press correspondent
ico city received last night,   ,
he positively had sen the pre I
the previous night   when la- wa
good health apparently,
a despatch received   from   m, ���
City   last   night   referred   to  Dia
celvlns   Admiral   la   .lane   m
o'clock   ami   lan-r   conferring  iii
town   mansion   wiih   the  governot
Guananajuato.      No   further   ad
have  heen   received.
Your Spring
Suit
We are ready for you with
the newest, snappiest lines in
Spring Suiting; many excellent
patterns that cannot be obtained
elsewhere. We would like you
to come in before the lines are
broken, and select your suit.
Prices  $15,   $18,   $20,
$25 to $38
Reid & McDonald
���
~"~"~~7   Sole Agents for[House of Mobberlin Clothes
601  Columbia* Street.|gw       f"    ' The Store of  Satisfaction
.-   "*
The House of Ounllty and Low Prices
use   Furnishing
SPECIALS   FOR  THE  WEEK  END
Turkish Towels, good
size and very fine qual-
ilty, 3 pairs for $1.00.
Outside   Door  Mats,
extra quality, 75c. value
for, each 50c.
Large size Bed Quilts,
$1.50 value for $1.25.
Jap Matting, in red,
green and blue colorings;
this is the best value ever
offered at per yard, 15c.
Floor Oilcloth, in a variety of patterns, the
square yard, 25c.
Bed, Spring and Mattress, in all sizes, complete, $8.00.
Dresser   and   Stand,
golden finish, plate glass
mirror 20 x 24 in., $10.90
Window   Shades,   in
plain green and cream
cloth, best Hartshorn
rollers, complete, 3 for $1.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
We Furnish Your Home for Less
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
i I
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���' '���'��� ���        ��� ��� '���"���'..���
FRIDAY,  MARCH   10,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Ne>"
Westminster  Land   District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice
Dis.
intenai
ll!
that   Edward  Hawkins.
Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
0    ' in io apply- for   permission   to
��� hase    tl10    following    described
lan'
i
the
Agame
M    _
iwart
then^r_,'o  Whence N. 60 chains alon
thenco souili and weal
li'"' '"beacii'to place   of   commence-
ntalnlng 80 acres moro or
��i
arcing  nt  a post planted  on
��� li  on  the east   side   of   the
.,,i1(jM channel and Joining T. L.
,,,���;,; 0n the noith side and-mark-
Hawkins;   S.  W. corner,
chains to Hue of limit
to beach,
mission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail l1-
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west Si) chains, thence south Sn chains,
thence easl 80 chains, tlience north
so chains to point of commencement,
being northeast corner post of loi applied lor, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent  for Mary  Augusta Hridge.
February 20, I HI 1. ���
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
oni
v:*t '���
less,
s'ovetn
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent,
ber 28. 1B10.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
of
��,-* Westminster Land District
N trist of New Westminster.
...,.' ������,... that Cecil Kiliam
... B c., occupation barrister
^intends to apply for permls-
*}**.'   nurchaM   Hie    following    de
I     ' ' .Tn.g at  a post  planted on
11 '  , h about l'/i  miles northeasi
Lni  Point, Jervis Inlet, and
Klllam's   Northwest   Cor
i -ast  20 -hams, thence
������ cbains,   thence   west   20
ire or less, to beach, thence
Qg beach to place of com-
D"r'     ent and containing  40 acres |
 I CECIL KIl.l.AM.
.1. A. i.kwis, Agenl
���.,��������� November 29, 1910.
m
. ��� ���   ���
ore or
Dis-
thence east Sn (diains, thence north 8 I
chains, thence west XI) chains, tlience
south 80 cliains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J, DICK.
By I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1811.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Addi-
Ue lor. 10, block 16, Murray
tlon, town ol' Port Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. 6620A, issued in the
name of Sara Anne Macliire, has been
New Wetstminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE thai Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, intends to apply tor permls-1
sion to purchase the following de-j
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail lVj
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north so chains,
tlience east. 40 chains, thence south Sn
chains, thence wesl 40 chains to a
polni of commencement, being south
west   corner   post   of   lot  applied    for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS.
Agent   for  Anna  Maud  Duggan.
February 2D, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
ke
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Land  District.
r.
Dicker-
Dis-
,._ Westminster,
trist of New Westminster.
notice   that      ^^^^^^^
B, C, occupation
man, I Vancouver     ^^^^^^^
,     in, intends to apply for per-
: ; irehase the tollowlng de
-    ��� ! '"!'l|s: ,    .  .
al   a  pest  planted on
,     ... ��� m Billings Bay, Nel on I-
inlns P. i*   No  1678 and
.     .       i     k.   picket man's   North-
thence south GO chains,
; chains, thei.ee north
'   clm|       more or leas to    beach,
.  Ij  along be.uli to place
I commen ement, and containing 320
less
[NT  E.  DICKE 'MAN.
J, A. LKWIS, Agent.
patB .ovember 28, 1910.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation mar-
iicil woman, intends to apply for permission to pun-base the following
lauds. Commencing at. a post plant
ed on the west side of Green Kiver
and lour chains north Of Hi een Lake,
ihem,, wesl sn chains, ihence north
80 chains, thence easl su chain-,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner poi I of lol applied for, comalnlng
6 10 acres mere or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent tor Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911,
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK  NOTICK  that  I,  C.  A.  Crys-
dale, of  Vancouver, occupation insurance  manager,   Intends  to  apply   for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing nt   a
post planted about half mile north of *���������������������������^^���
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west Of NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains.j TRICT���District of N'ew Westmin-1
thence smith SO chains, tlience east 80; ster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman'
chains, tlience north 80 cliains to the i Tborsen, of Vancouver, occupation'
point of commencement, and contain-'marine engineer, intends to apply for
ng 640 acres more or less. | permission  to purchase the following!
NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, H. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, Intends to apply for permission io purchase the following described lands: _^^^^^^^^_
Commencing at a post planted about111"'' In 'Ids ollice.
three miles distant, and in a nortli- Notice is hereby given thai I Bhall,
westerly direction from Haslam Lake,;*11 lll(' expiration of one month from
thence east 80 chains, tlience south i "10 date of the first publication here-
SO cliains, tlience west 80 chains, of> ln a (,ail>' newspaper published in
thence north so chains to the point of th9 City of New Westminster, issue a
commencement, and containing 640 duplicate ol the said certificate, unless
acres more or less ''" t,IL' meantime valid objection be
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.      Inilde t0 ��>e In writing.
D. O'HARA, Agent. C. S. Keith
February 17th, 1911. District  Registrar of Til les.
  i    Land Registry office, New Westmin-
""  ster, B. C, Februarv 13, 1911.
ONTARIO 10 BORROW
OVER FIVE MILLIONS
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911,
LAND  ACT  NOTICE,
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  tbat  I,  Charles A.
Bodie,    of     Vancouver,     occupation
broker, intend   to apply for   permission  to purchase  the  Following    de-'
scribed lands:   Commencing at a post
planted about  l'v miles north of T. L.j
lot   1976  and  two  miles  west of  Has-'
lam    lake,    thence    west    80    cliains,
thence north So chains, thence east 80
cliains, thence soutli Su chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or les. .
CHARLES A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
described lands:
Ci mmencing at
i posi planted about
Ke lots 14, 16, 16 and 17 of lots 7
and 40, suburban block (i
in the City of N'ew Westminster
Whereas proof of tlie loss of certlfl
19
OF THIS LOAN, THREE MILLION
DOLLARS IS FOR THE TEMIS-
KAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO    RAILWAY.
Toronto, March 9.���In the legislature, Hon. Mr. Matheson, provincial
treasurer, introduced a bill providing
for a loan of $5,600,000, of whicli $2,-
500,000 wHl be spent on the Hydro-
Electric system and $3,000,000 on thg
��� Temiskaming and Northern Ontario
map 610, J raiiway.
Of the proposed loan, two   millions
will go to extend the Hydro-Electric
two and one-ball  miles south of T. L. I ^Vwe'of IZ^ili^u^tlvv I ""e '" WlndBOr' and half a mil"on t0
01  1368, and one mile east of Haslam hat b%_? ffl_?�� thisoffice I*��� co���ection With other towns. Tho
Lake, thence east  so chains, thence     Notice Is her bv Sven that I shall   thret> milllon do"111'8 for   the Teml8'
south sn ehains  thence west Sn chains     .  ,7 nertm  given unit     snail,   kamlng  und   Northern   Ontario  is  ex-
houiu si  i nains, uuiii t west au i.uains, at t|]e eXpiration ot one month  from   ,     ,  ,,   ,     ,���������,   ,,     ,   ���������,,,,  ���      f���.
Ihence north Sn chains   Lo Ibe noiut o(  .*.    j  .      e .*.    n in.,      *.        ��    pected   to   meet   the  expenditures   tor
��� in mt  iiuiiii mi uidiii.1, iu un immi ui   the date of ihe (listpub ication hereof, i ; ...     ,,        . ,���
eoninieneeineiit     and    i-imiaiiiinir    Clu  , ,_,, a.**  ,   j ,    .,      two or more vein s.    I be I ocuplne ex
i oiiiuii in Hiniiii,   anu    i.oniaiuiiig    "m |na dailv- newspaper published   n the   ,������ ,��� ,,, '   ���,  ��,.��������������� .,��� i       ��-r
t^sm ' iu..     ,-    xi       iti    .    .    . tens on   will cost  $iiii(),(inii and a $a,->,-
Citv ol    New  Westminster,    issue    ul. ... *     .'  ,_  , *...,,
^^^^^ nun extension will be built from North
Bay to Callendar, so that the Grand
Trunk can operate Its trains to North
Hay without running over the Canadian   Pacific  railway   tracks.
Answering Hon. Mr. Mackay, lion.
Mr. Matheson said the government
had not yet decided whether it would
extend the line Into Elk Lake and
Gowganda.
acres more or less.^^^^^^^^^^^^
HERMAN   TIIOKSKN.
D. O'HARA, Agent
February 17th, 1911.
cate of title number 10611F, Issued in
r published in the i
New Westminster,    issue    t!
duplicate of the said certificate, unles-i'
objection    be j i
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-1
In  tbe meantime  valid
made to me in writing.
C. S.  KKITH,
 M District Registrar of Titles.
TRICT���District   of   New Westmin- Land Registry Office,
sur, H. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.      New Westminster, B.C., February 3
Delve,,, ol   Vancouver, occupation so-1       1911.
licitor,   intends  to  apply   for  nermis.'
sinii   to  purchase   the   following   de
scribed lands: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing at a post planted aboue
n-j     miles     north     of     T.     L.     lot j
SALE    OF    VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT CHILLIWACK.
SEAMEN
WORLD
OVER
MAY   STRIKE
LAND ACT NOTICE.
1976 and  two miles  west of
Lake,  thence  east
north    80    chains.
Dis-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
Haw-
I
thenci
LAND ACT   NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel E.
eis, of  Vancouver, occupation  photographer, intends  to apply   tor permls-
i n to purchase the following  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
wesl   side   of   Pemberton   Trail.   3%
miles  noiih  of Green  Lake,   thence
north so ehaius. thence east 80 chain
lence south su ehains, thence west
SO chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 640
acres more or less.
(Signe,11 WILLIAM   LEWIS,
\gi nt  for  Lionel  K.  Haw. is
Fi   i uary 20. 1911.
New Westminster Land  District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I. Mabel Lucy
Paige, it New Westminster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post plained about two miles north
of T. I., lol 916 cn the west shore of
Haslam  lake, thence  west 8(5 chains,
Haslam I     I'nder instructions from the owners
80 .chains, thence, there will be offered for sale by public
thence    west    80, auction on Saturday, the 25th day o!
chains, tlience south 80 chains, to tho| March,  ll)llr at,  the hour    of    three
o'clock in the afternoon at
joint of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, ll'l I.
Paris. March 9.���The International
congress, which meets at Antwerp tomorrow, will be considered with anxiety. However chimerical the subtest ion may appear, this meeting,
convened by the International Sea-
men's association, threatens to   bring
NKW    WKSTMINSTKK    LAND     DIS
TRICT���District   of   New  Westmin
Ster, B ('.���Take notice that I, Charles j Columbia, and being the westerly fiftv-
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation brok-, eight (58) acres of lot three hundred
er. intends to apply for permission to
i thence south  So chains, Lbeace eaat  P""'lwse    the    following    described
sn chains, thence noith 89 cliains to Ia"'-is-
lommencin^ at a post planted about
the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17. 1911.
LAND  ACT  IVOTICE.
D IS
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
N��w Westminster  Land   District,
trist of New Westminster,
notice thai   Leslie L. Dicker-
I ��� 'i.i-y, ��� ��� occupation   	
.    erman, intends to apply for per- 	
irehase the following ac-1 New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
���   at   B   POBI   planted   on       TAKE    NOTICK    that    Herald    E.
I .   each i    wesl side of Sechelt In-  Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
the northeasi   corner of  ,,,,. m&riner, intends to apply for per-
:. | mat ked "L. L. Dick-1 mission to purchase the following de-
Dis-
erman,'  Northwest    Corner,"   tin nee
chains, thence <as' 20chains,
50 chains, thence easl
more or less to the beach,
thei enoi     a id west along beach to
.      .-   and    containing    320
.... more or less.
I ESLIE I.   DICKKKMAN.
.1    A.  LKWIS, Agent.
Date November 29. 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
sei ibed lands:    Commencing at a post
planted   on   Green    Kiver,    Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
il ence north 80 chains, tlience easl 81
I chains, thence south so chains, thence
i west 80 chair v.  to point  of commencement,  being southwest corner post  ot
I lot  applied  for, containing   t'.40 acres
j more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Gerald K. Hridge
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that 1. Isabella Mo-
I'arland. of North Vancouver, occupation married woman, intend to a^vly
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about half mile south
of T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, thence east so chains,
thence SOUth so chains, tlience west 8U
chains, thence north su chains to the
poinl oi commencement, and comaiu-
ing 640 acres more or lea*
ISABELLA MCFARLAND,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Paled  February  17.  It'll.
I two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on
| the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence
1 east 80 chains, tlience north Su
chains, thence west su chains, thence
south su chains, to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  BOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
and eighty-three (383), group two fli,
more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the northwest corner of said lot on tbe south bank of
Hope slough, thence south tollowlng
the  west boundary  of said    lot    :',4",r)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^the Office
of S. A. Cawley, Chilliwack. British
Columbia, by S. _. Cawley, auctionee-,
the following property, namely:       __!
All and singular that certain parcel about a general strike of seamen, the
or tract of lajid and premises situate' world over, unless the shipowners'
lying and being in the county o�� West-- powerful organization, the Interna-
minster,   in   the   province   of   British,  tional   Shipping  Federation,  will  -give
way to the men's demands.
Chief among the seamen's demands
Is one for a uniform scale of wages.
The present rate of pay varies to such
a degree that sailors and stokers signing nt London for a voyage to America
receive wages from twenty to twenty-
live per cent higher than those paid
 for the same voyage to men engaged
links to the southwest corner of said  at   another  port.       Various  other  de-
lot,   thence   east  following   the  soutn' mands are to be considered.
boundary  of  the  said   lot   17oo  links,  ���
thence north  ::iis  links to the soutn.
bank of Hope sloilgh, thence westerly.
| following Hie south    bank    of    Hope
���-���* ' slough to the point of commencement,
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-I TERMS OF SALK.���Twenty-five
TRICT���District of New Westmiu-' t-5i) per cent, of tlie purchase money
ster. B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter to lie paid in cash at the time of the
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-' sale and the balance within thirty i;.))
tion broker, intends to apply for per- days thereafter without interest, o
���tfssfon to purchase the following de-;at the option of the purchaser, the
scrtlled lands: | balance may be paid in three CD equal
Commencing at a poet planted about instalments at the end of one (1), two
three miles northwest of Haslam (2) and three CD years respectively
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence from the date of the sale with interest
north so .hains. thence east 80 chains, on the deferred payments at the rate
rheme south so chains, to point ot of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
commencement, and containing G4u j For further particulars and condi-
Beres, more or less. itions of sale apply to the auctioneer   Fruper
Steel Dredge Arrives.
Victoria, March  '.'.���The steel  twin-
screw  dredge  built  for  work on    the
Vancouver narrow  reached  Esquimalt
yesterday  from  Scotland.
���
TENDERS
ROYAL      COLUMBIAN     HOSPITAL.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK     NOTICK     that      Margaret
Ethel Matthews, of San .lose, occupation widow, intends to apply for per-
folio* ing de-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   Molly   McCla
rey, of  Vancouver, occupation millin-
Dis
l'KTER C. JENSEN.
D.  O'HARA, Agent.
February I7th, 1911.
WATER    NOTICE.
commencement, being southwest cor-, to pom
i.   post ol lol applied for. containing  sou.l.wo^ioiner^ post.
20 acrea more or less. '
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agenl for Margaret Ethel Matthews
February
2t\ 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.      H
TAKE N'OTICE that Kate Corey, ofi
Vancouver,    occupation    saleswoman,)
containing t>40
i Sinned) WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February '.'0, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    Dh
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICE   that   Georgina   *
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE that I, Clinton    P.
McCormick, of  Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following    described!
lands: Commencing at a p*8t pUamteil Settee* is hereby given that an ap
about two milfeft uonfli of T. L. lot 1031, | ���plication will be mode under Part V. of
on the east shore of Haslam lake, j Hm "Water Act, 1H09," to obtain a li-
thence east SO chains, thence south 80 cense in the Westminster Division of
cliains, thence went 80 chains, thence I New Westminster District:
to tlie potaft of conv|     (a)    Tlie name ^ Companv in fuII_
b40 acres-! Tae GIen Rose CanniDg companv Lits-
afed.
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, how divided, ehowing
amount paid up���(26,000 divided Into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 1450 shares
are issued and paid up.
��b) The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
is>���renamed stream on Lot 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
(lowing into Fraser river.
(c) The point of diversion���Is about
200 feet from its mouth at   the Fra-
vendors.
Solicitor.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned  up  to twelve noon, of the
-oth of March, marked "Tenders for
y."   for   the   purshase    of   Re-
or to the solicitors and agents for the subdivision 3, 4. and 17, ot Sub livisio.i
3,   Lot  6,   Suburban   Block   IV.,   Sap-
J. H. BOWES. perton.     Terms   one-third   cash,   one-
Roval Bank Building,. Chilli-' third in six months, and one-third in
waok, B; -C... I twelve  months,  with  interest  at tho
Or his agents. I r**�� of "' Per cent per annum.
WADE   WHEALLER, McQrARRIE &l     The lowest or *uy tender not neces-
MVWrrtN; I sarily accepted.
Room 20 Williams Building.. ��3 GTaa-j , W. H.  KEARV.
ville  Street,   Vancouver,   B.   C,       j
Or to-
ICK,
O'Hara, Agent.
Di��-
E.
Hopkins,   of   Vancouver,  occupaUon north
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   I,   John.
Crawford, of   Vancouver,   occupation
station agent1, intend to apply fee permission to- purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at a poet
planted about 2\t* miles south of T. L.,
lot llWS and one mile east of Haslam ser river on said Lot 1
hike,   thence  east   80  diains,  thence j     (d)    The quantity of water  applied
so chains, thence west 80 ehains,i for (in cubic feet per   second)���One-
TAYLOR.  HARVEY,   B&IKD  &
GRANT,
Solicitors. Room 27 WiW&mir Buildtag,
413 Granville Street,  Vancouver.. B.C.
Dated the 1st day of March, 1911.
X.. H. BOWES,
Taylor,    Harvey..   Baird    &    Grant,
Solicitors for the VentTors-.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Secretary R. C. H.
| New Westminster. B. C, March 9.
1 IMI.
Gold
Watohae tm L��*���� ���*����� ��12-'S
��P
rapher, Intends to apply for per-  then(.e south  go chains to the point, tenth of one cubic foot.
Silver Watches,   genu'
16.00.
Silver Wa<wb*s,  gents' open
|7.50 up.
Agent   tor    ^^^^^^
Watch**
Watch repairing a specialty.
open f&e*
case.
Waltham   aad     Blgm
Intends to'apply for permission to par- "?��,"    t0 purchase the following de-,f ,.ommeneement. and containing 640
following 'described  ,M^: limbed landr.   Commencing at a post
ng at  a post  planted at the . ,,ip   smIthwest   corner    of
'    ' St 210B and  thence north   40 chains
wost   10  chains,  thence
11 ,i ie tl
t'nmmi'ii ...���   ,  _-~^^^^^^_
south line of lot 107 on Summit Lake
'hence wesl  40 chains, thence south
hi . ihence oust 40 chains to
Summit Lake, thence north along the
lake ' point ol commencement, being
'he northeasi corner post of lot ap
Piled tor, containing '.',20 acres more or
less,
ISigned1! WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent for Kate Corey
February 'JO, 1911.
east
point ^^^^^^^
west corner post
containing 160 acres,
ISigned)
Agent
February
40
south
chains   to
thence,
���lo  chains, thenco ^^^^^
of commencement, being south
of lot applied   for,
more or less.
WILLIAM   LKWIS,
for Georgina  A.  Hopkins.
80. 1911,
acies morew lesa. b^h
JOHN E. CRAWFORD.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17. ItttL
LAND ACT NOTICE.
d is
land ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Di3-
Dii-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald   Fit/.-
Serald  Sargent,' of   Vancouver, occu
New Westminster Land District,
tnct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broke
Intends  to  apply   for  permission
purchase     the     following
Si
described
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot Otfi on
the ^^^^mi_._. 1V	
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump
If) The premises on which tlv>
water is to be used (describe samel ���
Cannery an.l buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2. known as the Industrial! Can
nery,
(gi The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Industrial aind d >-
mestic purposes.
(jt Area of Crown land intended to
he occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
lfith day of February, 1011, and appli-
F. CRAKE
Two Dooea from Geo. Adams' Grocery
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 60
acres, of the southeast quarter of Section 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) in
the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate title No. 4781A, issued in the
name of George A. Wftherspoon, has
beea filed fn this offfce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue :��
duplicate of the said certificate, unJ
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
e miles nortn �� *���** ��' JJ^g  cation w,��� be made to the   Commis-
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
o*.am   .argent,  ot    vancouvei,  *>*���*-*-   purciuiMn     i*>*-            --no. nl anted
Pation broker, intends to apply for per- ,.inds;   commencing at a post panie
mUaton to purchase the following de   about  1 Vi   miles  north  01     ��� �����
bribed lands:   Commencing at a post, 1)>7(i, and two mllea M|��J HM'Mn
Wanted  at  the,  southwest corner   o!,lakei  thence  east   SO   chains,���   ''��
)�� 2105, thence east 2t) chains, thence      llth 80 chains, thence west^0 chai ��,
���'"h   BO   chains,   thence   west   CO  thence north 80 chains to the point oi
cliains, ihence north 10 chains, thence j commencement,   and
eaat lu chains, thence north 40 chains,| iu,res more or less
containing   640
,n P"lnt of commencement, being tho
northwest corner post of lot applied
containing 140 acres more or less.
for
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
A��ent   tor   Reginald   Fitzgerald    Bar
pent.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dated February
SAMUEL S. AUSS,
By n. O'Hara, Agent.
17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
William   ,T
nds are likely to be a'
fected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach  copy of such parts   of the
Company's   memorandum  of  asaO.oia-
 ^     ^^ tlon as authorize the proposed applica-
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-1 Hon and works.
" "��� **---*-****i-1 The   Glen   Rose   Canning   Company
Limited.
(Signature)    J. M. McDonald,
ment, and containing 640 acres, more
OT le88'       VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
Mew Westminster Land District.   Dis-  broker
TAKE NOTICE that I
I pick   of North Vancouver, occupation
-  broke" intend to apply for P**1*?*���
the   following  desc.rlbeJ
 occupation
id to apply for
trict of New Westminster. | to  ?����g^ollowing^
, TAKK NOTICE that Mary Augusta  lands.   V����"|"'-"=h ���, T; L, lot 1031
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mar   about one mile soutn^oi   ^
'ted woman, intends to apply for per-  on
the east shore of Lake    Haslam,
TRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at, a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam LukeJ
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
10:30
siz.
12:10���From
and Okanagan.
17:05���From
Arrivals.
From  Vancouver
Montreal,
(No. 97).
Vancouver.
and Agas-
Kootenay
(No. 96).
Tenders will be received by the undersigned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m. of Monday,
Marcil 20th, 1911, for supplying the
Royal Columbian Hospital, from the
I lst of April, 1911, to March 31st, 1912,
with the following articles:
Bread, white and brown; beef; mutton; milk; drugs; groceries; wood
(slabs), per cord; coal, washed nut;
coal, anthracite; flsh, fresh and salt;
funerals.
Detailed list of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton and (ish can be obtained
at the hospital.
Neither the lowest nor any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries and all in
formation obtainable on application to
the Lady Superintendent, at the hospital.
���********%***********%       W. H. KEARY,
Secretary ll. C. H.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B Manager.
(P. O. Address)    New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
(g) To record, divert, take and
carry away, water from any stream,
river and lake in the Province of Brit-1
lsh Columbia, for the use of their bu4 '
ness. and for that purpose to erect,
build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
the same.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
MiSSiOn. ____Wmmmm\: ______m
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.   New Westminster, B.C., March 7, 1911
(No. ^ ���	
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal (No   96).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
Applications wlll be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m. on Monday,
March 13, 1911. for two mounted constables at a salary of $75 and $80 pei*
month. Horse and equipment be furnished by the municipality.
C. T. SAUNDERS.
C. M. C.
Municipal Hall,
Edmonds, B.C., March 3rd., 1911.    ,
i. PAGE EIGHT. 1��W�� i
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  MARCH
10. 1911.
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I)
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ii
I
Mo L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
von lmve heard ho much ahout.
Not bin. bettor made in tho way
of paint. Nothing so .ood that
is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and  stands
at  the top.   Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Tan he
had In all colors und is fully
guaranteed. Color oard free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
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
Mra F 1 Fader anl Miss Maul, A meeting of the ladle, of Olivet
Turnbull retimed yesterday from Us Baptist church wtU be heldI this aUer-
\ "es where they sp.rit several noon at tbe residence of Mis. James
An"'     ' ��� I Anderson, W9 Second street.
nionlhs. i '
ice cream on hand, lra a. Reid, nest i" tlie Bret six weeks of this year
tram office    Phone 310. ������    ��� "�� "SALADA" Tea Comany have sold
tram otitic >_  ^  tundre'd  thousand   pounds
.lohn Howard, the prisoner who es- more tea than tliey did in the corres-
cued  from the custody  of TtotttCial   ponding six weeks of last year.       **
Constable      Gammon      while      being:                                                          ...
brought  down on the train  from  Mis-       Piano  tuning,  work   guaranteed   h
.ion  City  on  Wednesday  morning. Is  reslden     uner     P   K .     oarse,     I ele
still at  liberty. j phone 694.   V. 0. Hox *****. ^
Davles Green Houses is the place to   	
get bouquets, floral designs, and    all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone It -08 *���
A. E. Kellington returned yesterday
from Tacoma, where he attended the
funeral of his sister, Mrs. Morton,
which took place on Tuesday at Sunny-
side, Yakima Valley. Mrs. Morton 1
leaves four children.
The best kiln-dried wood, a three
horse, load delivered at your shod one
hour after you order it. A three horse.
load for only $3.00.   Phone -IU.      **
A public meeting to discuss the axl-
visability of sending assistance to the
starving' Chinese in the famine districts will be held in the city hall on
Tuesday evening, commencing at
eight o'clock.
The Hible elass of St. Andrew's
church will entertain the young people of the congregation in the lecture
room of the church this evening, commencing at eight o'clock. After tho
musical entertainment refreshment,
will be served.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCL
The Public
Supply Stores
CROCKERY
The halibut steamer Roman wlll bo;
taken   to   Vancouver   next   week   for I
general   overhauling   and   to  have    a
new propellor fitted.   The Roman
make   its   llrst   trip   to   the   norther
fishing grounds about the end of this
montli.
Miss Mary Martin, for over eight
vears superintendent at the Royal Columbian hospital, has tendered her
resignation to the board of managers.
This has been regretfully accepted,
and Miss Martin will leave the institution on March 16.
A Very seedy job
We will admit, but we had to do it to
let   you   know   that  we   still   lead   in
i
the SEED business.
See our window display.   We hand',?
besides drugs a fine line of
KODAKS AND
SUPPLIES
CHOCOLATES
SPECTACLES
All prices.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
And
Tlie People's Trust Cup, having been
won by the Hank of Montreal, champions of the Commercial Uowlin .
league, has been awarded to this team.
It is probable the trophy will again1
be put up for competition, the condition being that any team winning it
three times becomes the owner.
The ladies of New Westminster anl
district are cordially invited to attend,
the Misses Connor fc McQuarrie's
spring mlllinary opening at their,
rooms, 1 and 2, over T. H. Smith's;
store, on Thursday of this week.!
Everything of the very latest, Paris
anl New York shapes and, styles ot|
[ ladies' bead craft to be >seen. **
A hockey match against a team representing the Imperial ioiler rink of
Vancouver has been arranged to take,
place at the Pythian rink in this city
on Tuesday jiext, when the second
stage of the intercity championship
will be decided. The local quintette
will be picket from the following:
Wagner, Goulet, Huff, Fitzgerald,
Swanson, Adams and Fisher. A return match will be played in the Imperial rink during the following
week.
The Y. M. C. A. building which has
been delayed by the non-arrival of
much of the contractors' supplies, will
be started in real earnest on Monday
and as the directors stipulate on a
cei tain time for opening, a big gang of
workmen will commence the lirst day
of the ensuing week. Tbe contractors
expect to be able to hand over the
completed building by thc flrst week
in August. A month later the structure will be ready for occupancy by
the owners.
As we have noti-
2J1I fied the public heretofore, we are
SACRIFICING
Our Crockery
,   All this week we
will have on   sale
200 dozen white
Stone China Plates
at 50c. a doz.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71 j  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
"����� AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
EUGENE    PEOPLE    WILL
WRITE   TO   FRIENDS   TODAY
Portland, Or., March 'J.���Eugene
will have a special Colonist Day ou
Marcli 10, when people of that city
will write to some eastern friend
telling why they like to live in Eugene. School children will Join in tho
campaign of personal advertising, and
will be encouraged to send illustrated
booklets issued by the Eugene Commercial club. Postage on these letters will be paid by the club.
Teachers promise to interest their
pupils in the work and special time
will be taken for it. Considerable descriptive matter about the northwest
will be included -hi the letters, giving
the people addiessed a better Idea of
the country and tending to create a
desire to visit that section. Tlie Eugene idea might well be adopted by
other cities.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Saturday, March 11
Monday,  Marck   13
and Following   Days I
It is with pleasure we announce
to the ladiek of New Westminster
and vicinity, our Spring 1911 opening display of Pattern and Ready-
to-wear Hats.
We invite one and all to visit the
store during the opening days.
Many of the departments in the
store now occupy new quarters,
and in order that customers may
become acquainted with their
location we make Saturday a grand
reception day for the entire   store.
The new goods will as far as possible, be prominently displayed.
EVERY PERSON  INVITED
SPRING
Fire Insurance
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Have you ever thought what a financial loss a flre would be to
you ? I^et us relieve you of that, financial worry, by taking a
policy out on your house, furniture, etc
������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������^���������������������������������������������^
cIhe Peoples Trust Co., Ltd.
W. F. EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431   Columbia Street, Phone 669
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20, 8
Trains leave Newborn- until 11 p. ra
SUNDAY
Westminster for
SERVICE:
Vancouver  at  fi.
8 and every
half
FREIGHT
Express cars  leave  New
a. m , and 2:20 p. m.
EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Westminster for Vancouuver at
:20 a
in., 11-0
KING   GEORGE   HAS
TRUST   IN   PRAYER
London. Marcli tl.���Expressing confidence that the prayers of the church
will aid him in conducting the affairs of state, King George replied to
the Convocation address of the Archbishop of Canterbury today.   He said:
"It will always be my endeavor,
with God's help, to maintain and consolidate the foundations of public and
private virtue which you labor to preserve, and on wliich the Welfare of unpeople rest.
"The knowledge that jmtyers are offered unceasingly by the church in my
hehalf strengthens me and increases
my trust that the Almighty will bestow belessings in fullest measure ln|
the solemn hour of my coronation, and
throughout whatever length of years
Ue may be pleased to grant me."
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS  1
Cloverdale Auto Road
Right at Cloverdale, ten acres of the best Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent coiner with long frontage on the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE.
Ten acres al
so fronting on
the auto
road, equally
good
land
part
in meadow and
part light aide
-.   There
ll sufficient cleared for
build-
ings and a large
garden.
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
MM & to, UL
Vancouver     ���     Victoria     -    Chilliwack   -     Aldergrove
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at TK and every hour thereafter up to 11  p.m., connecting at  Eburne Junction for Steveston,
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every   half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster !t a.m. and 6:05 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Are You Aware
-that electric power is available from our mains, which now extend���
fn addition to branch mains���from the west end of the city alon*
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Brunette
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible tlie adoption of *'"���-'
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service may be made at the company's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancouver,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C, Electric Railway Co'y, W
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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