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 PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 8.
���* .. ...
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
YOUR LOT AT
WHITE  ROCK.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
MOW  WKSTMINSTKK, B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1911.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS
DELTA LIBERALS
ELECT OFflCERS
FUR FLIES IN CUUXIilL
FOR JUST A FLW MINUTES
TO END HOME WORK
EOR YOUNG CHILDREN
MACKENZIE OFFERS TO
SELL STREET RAILWAY
j Mayor   Lee   and   Alderman   Johnston
NEED   OF   MOUNTED   PATROL   TO       ,ndulge ,��� Wordy Scr_p and Sngp
PREVENT  BORDER-RUNNING  IS:
EMPHASIZED���DELEGATES    TO
CONVENTION   NAMED.
at Each Other.
-II,,. Delta District Liberal associa-'
H0n, composed of representatives of
ihe various local Liberal associations
in the riding, met In the board of trade
n):,m cloverdale, yesterday morning,
i Deans, honorary president, of Lang-
j,.   ii, the chair.
On motion A. Deans wns re-elected
bonorarj president; John olive.',
president; John Armstrong, vice-president B, B, Smith, secretary-treasurer,
aI1il II Bose, It- Wark, Dr. Wilson,
|()1���, McDonald and William Smillic,
executive committee.
fbe association passed a resolution
itrongl. recommending that Vancouver and Westminster mails to and
from Cloverdale be carried over tlie
11 c E. H- instead of by the G. N. It.
Oulchon route as at present, wliich Is
not  nearly   so  convenient.
Ask for Mounted Patrol.
I, was set forth by unanimous resolution tbal whereas large numbers of
undesirables are dally and nightly entering British Columlba at the present
time i" the vicinity of Hlaine, tbis
Utocl tion reaffirms its demand for
more effective control and strongly
urged ihe Immigration department to
provide al leaai two mounted men to
pjtrol the roads and nails crossing
tne boundary line.
Tbe association expreased, by unant-
Bom resolution, the opinion that the
withholding of large areas of logged
off lands from settlement is detrimental ' the public intei.-st and tbat
. icti land should be open to settlement
Immediately.
Pest Office for East Langley.
test was made that a new
posi office be established on the line
0f the B (' ���'��� n- "" ,l"' northwest
llirli, southwest half of section
13, township 2, tbe new post office to
be named  Kast   Langley. and  o.  II
pet| e I o,(master.
\ , ol ition was also passed setting
forth th i whereas the property
DVgei , e valleys of tbe Nicomekl
ami Berpenl ne proposed putting in
A little passage at arms enlivened
the closing mlnui.es of the council
meeting last night. After it bad been
decided to acceed to the request of
mayor io permit    him    and    tbe
MEETING CALLED TO DISCUSS
PROBLEM DECIDES SCHOLARS
IN CERTAIN CLASSES SHOULD
HAVE   MORE  PLAY  TIME.
WINNIPEG CITY COUNCIL IS CONSIDERING PROPOSITION TO ACQUIRE POSSESSION OF TRAMWAYS,   ETC.,   FOR  $15,000,000.
Winnipeg,   Marcli   14.���Sir   William
tlu
Lome studv for the children of 'he, _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
public  schools of the  citv  in  all    its! Mackenzie, president of the C.  N   IL,
,,., i ..^m^^^^^^^b^^^^b  i anl  one    ot  tbe    controlling    share-
treasurer to procure the right kind of .phases came in for a long discussion, holdera of the Winnipeg Street rail-
dooks so thai a proper state of things at the public meeting held in the wav, has made an offer to the city
might obtain  In .I* financial depart-1 Centra) S(.hoo, ,agt evening  CoMldar.|.council   to   dispose   of  the   tramway.
ing tbe importance of tbe mutter to  gas, power and electric light business
the mothers of children of school use,
AGENTS SEEK APPROVAL
OF SUBDIVISION PLANS
Burnaby Council  Asked to  Help  Real
Estate Men Out of Dilemma���
Trouble Over Planks.
COUNCIL HOLDS
3-HOUR SESSION
menl m future, Alderman Johnston
asked, as chairman of tlie finance committee, If the selection would be left
to the mayor. Flying off at a tangent
the mayor asked the previous speaker
If lie did not think be (the mayori
was Qualified to select the right Kind
of books.
Alderman Johnston���There is no
occasion for you. Mr, Mayor, letting
yourself off in this manner. I asked
you a simple question and I do not
think your double barrelled question
is an answer to the question I put. I
will not raise my voice either when i
ask you a question. The auditor in
his leport suggested that we get special books so that a correct account
be kept and I want to know if tlie
books you suggest buying will come i.i
that scope.
The Mayor���I bave spent considerable time in the treasurer's department and matters there are in a
fearfully muddled and mixed state.
The treasurer is working night and
day trying to gel an analysis. There
are huge stacks of vouchers to go
through and If we bad the right kind
of books it would simplify matters a
meal deal. We have to have these;
that's all there is about it.
The short bout, conducted under any
Old rules, then terminated, lt was
one of the bright moments of the
sederunt,
to the  city  on a basis of    $250    per
CORPORATION MAY BE CALLED
UPON TO DEFEND ACTION AS
RESULT  OF   INJURY  TO   ELSIE
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,       GLESCHEN���SKIS  ACCEPTED.
Much time was spent at yesterday
evening's council meeting at Burnaby
In the discussion of subdivision plan..| Three ho���rg were OOCUI,ied by t[l<s
Some of these were approved by the council yesterday evening when the
reeve, but not actually passed by the. weekly meeting was in session, but
council. In many cases the property the points of outstanding importance
has recently been sold and is now sub- were like angels' visits, few and far
divided by agents, who are anxious to   iJe{Ween
have their plans approved in order to l     ,,.,,, ,   , .   .
secure the necessary titles, as in Ow' ������en Permission was   granted   to
the B. C. E. R. to rebuild the eld city
the meeting was not as well attended  share. event of litigation arising heavy    ex-
Tbe shares are at present selling at peMe  wU,  be incurred.    After con-
.lim.    On  the terms    suggested    by [ Biderable discussion the whole matter
.Mackenzie the full price tor the vari-   was refe,.red l0 a 8pecla]    committee
ous concerns  would  be in excess of j wlth instructions to report,
lifteen million dollars. A resolution was passed to tlie __M
A  sjecial committee    cf    the    city , t|)at jn tuUlre all sidewalk planks not ��   tlle stree,s- The mayor pointed out
as had been expected.    A  number of
the ladies present were teachers who
are  probably  more  interested  in   the
move towards the abolishing the hone
studies than the children themselves.
Alter three hours discussion of the
matter it. was moved by  M.  B. Cotsworth   and   seconded   by   Mrs,   C.   A.
Welsh that the question of abolishing  in two weeks.
| home studies for children under a cei-	
tain class be brought before the trus- LIBERAL MEETING.
; tees and that  the otber grades have   ^^^^^^
i their  home  studies  during  the    half  Political Questions to Be Discussed In
I hour which is allowed by the school
lines from Queens park to Kdmonds,
it was decided that tbe permissiou
was given on the clear understanding;
that tlie move would not be taken a^
a recognition of that company's rig,lit
| laws. This motion was carried by a
standing vote. The meeting then resolved itself into another general di.v
cussion wbicli lasted for some time.
Play Also Needed.
Miss Hitcbam, of tbe High schoo'.
staff, spoke in favor of the abolishing
council is considering the matter.    AI according"to^specifications' will" be re-tthat matte|s were still pending as lie-
report will be presented to the council : fuse .     ,j.)|is  m.llu,r' was' brought   up  tween 'he council and the B. C. E. R.
' because in a recent supply a large and until a flnal understanding was
number of planks were ot unequal "rr'ved at that it would only be fair
lengths. t0  tlle corporation  to  withhold every
lhe engineer complained that    tbe' concession from th.e B. C. E. It. cam-
council  of  1910  did  not furnish  him   Piin>'-
with  the  necessary  help to  properly;     Lieutenant  Colonel  W. J.  Barnard,
look after all the sidewalks tbat bad
been condemned.
The meeting passed a large number
of accounts, mostly in connection with
the board of works.
Langley on March 22.
Cnder the auspices of the Langley
Liberal association a ineeting will be
held on Wednesday, March .2, for the
purpose of discussing Dominion political questions, the discussion commencing at half past seven o'clock.
Addresses will be delivered by George
Toronto asking that the council appropriate a sum of meney for the socal
branch of the work of that organization. It was pointed out that other
cities in the Dominion subscribed
sums  of   from  $10   to   $500   for    this
of home study for pm iis under twelve  Kennedy, of Westminster, John Oliver, j Involved Big Outlay. I work.    The matter  was 'eft to    tha
lt was the general opin-  of  Delta, and J.  W.  Weart, of Westj     Boston, March 13.���To carry out. a'finance committee to report back,
e as much   Burnaby. I steamship terminal project at    South j Dump Tin in  Ravine.
tlieir      At the close of tbe public meeting   Boston, plans involving an outlay of      The Western Tin company, of this
association will  hold    its   $20,000,000    were    announced    today.'city,  asked  permission    to'  use    tbe
and elect officers for  The specifications call for tbe erection  ravine at the foot ot Sixth street and
within   a   year  of   eleven   warehouses   Tenth    avenue    for    dumping
years of age.     	
ion that children should hav
play as work at tb'.s age   nnd
play hour should not be curtailed bv   the Liberal
Inning to spend from one half to two annual meeting
hours  In  home study  after    spending   tlie year and delegates to the nominat
five hours in a school room.   "Flay is  lng convention to be beld in this city
as great    an    educational    factor in A  on April 21.
child as study.   It is not the fault of, 	
the teacher, but it is the fault of   the' MONEY FOR C. N. R.
itttboiities wbo make up th.;
and   factory   buildings,   a   5000   horse
power   electric   plant   and     terminal
| docks 1600 feet in length.
GOOD CLASS COMES
TO SETTLE CANADA
governing a
school currj
in answer to a questit
Will  Be  Em
HS maaaaar ,�� ********* "--*-*��� ���      	
March  13.���Sir  William
inunVber of home studies. '    ^gjg^j for lhe east on Satur-
Kev. A. De B. Owen spoke in favor
of cutting down the bome studies to a  day   evening
certain extent but
the studies as a whole
ter that bad to be considered
  via  St.  Paul.    After  a
not to    abolishing  close consultation  with tbe heads of
It was a mat-  the   Canadian   Northern     railway    in
deeply  Winni; eg  for tlie   past  two  days  he
roved of  appropiiatons  for exten-
as there was a time on the hands of  an,
concrete dam on  these rivers  on  the   UNITED
., n ,,,ad, the consent ot the
. rnment     to    e|..se    the
to  litigation   at   these  poinu
In tbi tfternoon the Surrey Liberal
association convene:! in tbe same ball
for the election of delegates to the
nominating convention to be held in
Westminster on April 81. Before pro-
business, the audience,
whi h Included the members of the
Dd, association.     invited
Messrs lohn Oliver and Qeorge Kenned] to Iver addresses on the Fea-
eral political questions of the day. tne
adlresses, which dealt chiefly \\nn
the burning issue now beforo parliament the reciprocity measure, weie
listened to with considerable attention, and r vote of thanks was law
ptUHed to the speakers by the meel"
Ing.
The Delegates.
The Surrey Liberal association next
STATES SENDS ALMOST
AS MANY IMMIGRANTS INTO
DOMINION A9 GREAT BRITAIN
���EUROPE  IS FAR BEHIND.
ould be  sions and improvements for tbe com-
inv's svstem to tbe extent of approxi-
  their
refuse, the firm being of the opinion
tbat the tin and such stuff was a good
thing for the foundation of roads, etc
From   the   discussion   wbicb   followed
the  application  it  appeared  that this
firm has for years heen dumping tlieir
' scrap   material   at  this   i oint,  and  it
had  been found that  when the council came to build U would be a costly
job  excavating  this  stuff.    Alderman
^  Brnphell  moved  that the matter be
  I received   and   file!,   but   an   amend-
i ment that tbe  snhject be left in the
AUDITOR, ANNOYED AT REMARKS   hands  of tbe board of  works to deal
"��"d COTSWORTH TRIES
TO HORSEWHIP PECK |
the children in which often c
sst^yj^-aJ ss-iu? Bssra ess
objects token up   ta   ��w mouutalns. and promises employment
Kh00mUe M to   he children. to thousands of met, from early spring
Th^Dlme Show Evil until late in tbe coming fall.
fncipal of the Sap-      Over 600 miles of new l.nes will be
of the opinion  constructed by    tbe    company
\ ery
report'     H. MacKenzie. pri
con-
tary
with was adopted.
Claim  for  Damages.
Messrs.  Deacon," Deacon &. WOaoou
solicitors, cf Vancouver, wrote on tie-
half  of  J.  A.  Gieschen. the father at
m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     . the little pirl  who was severely  hurt
  I last  month  by  a  flying  tree    stuntj��
! striking  her on the    head.    It    v.as
Annoyed at remarks made by Secre- pointed out in the letter that the ac-
Feek. of the Ratepayers' associa- ciuent  was caused  by  city   workmen
OF BURNABY MAN, CALLS ON
HIM FOR APOLOGY, THREATENING WHIPPING���TOLD TO GO TO
tion  of  Ward   three,  Burnaby.  a  few
who at the corner of Turnbull street
pro- apparently used no proper means   to
Thi�� mtfia [.   vm cial auditor under section 95 of tbe  safeguard the    public    interest.    The
i ms H1U...1. <s  , ,_.__, ���._���_���_ ������t  ���.������,���,, (nt . fhe  doctors attending on thc injured cftiM
tion department during the pres- Moses  B. Cotsworth
-_    -i ��.���,.��    (|le    western  *"*:��  *****
a<-    throughout
provinces alone
miles applies  to lines in  the
es of Manitoha.  Saskatchewan   Columbian
*^^^*************w.. .,.- noon
Municipal Clauses act, walked 'nt^tne r~~orted that the damage done might
permanent physical
.   ��"��i��� �����      .  ,,    ,..i���j. .hi*  noou  jiiiu  uciu����"c��  ��-  ���j =. .   mental   dlsabilftv.     Those  acting
and Alberta, and specially delude the peck   ^ ^ &    bookbinder^ _ Ae _��n ^��fi$Z*-asked that an amlcahfe
ibian   office   on   Saturday  after-  **-*/*������-��� 	
and demanded an apologv from  result in death or permanent physical
�����    ������   and  mental  dlsabil
alternative to an apology.  Peck  was  Ior ""* "**"*>��� *.������*���*  ���
offered   a   horsewhipping,   Mr.     Cots-  settlement be arrived at.    Tbe matter
worth displaying a  blacksnake as an   was left in the hands of tie board of
I works to act with the city solicitor.
. earnest of bis intentions.
J. C. Hartie called the attention oT
WILL  HELP B. C.
p. for Comox,
iConti
nued on  Fa. e Four.)
RUSSIAN TROOPS AK
1ARC4ING TOWARDS KUUA
Toronto, March w.-Tho reciprocity
agreement will prove a gieat s
fo .shin..
tbree^	
lumbia. kl    ttritium    Sloan,    of
stimulus
Outlines Comprehensive Scheme
For Beautifying of City Parks
[ur si   ar.    m*.     ��� -
Peck didn't apologize.    He politely I    *>��� **>* ��arue wu��u *~a.	
J ��� -*- *.. j the council to the condition of Garfield
' street, Sapperton, and asked that tfie
be
C. K. Maclean, a landscape gardener now presents.   It should be borne ln'Peck looneu uu.i ... ....
surveyor of wide experience, bas mind that, while each part must have'eye and saw  the preparations made
told Mr. Cotsworth to go to.
Cotsworth didn't    go.    Instead    ne  ��>��������� ���-������, ������-��-	
hung around  the printshop and    ex- petition presented some time ago he
plained at length that    Peck    would ������
have to apologize, willy nilly.    If   he (Continued on Page Five.)
didn't apologize he'd be horsewhipped. |	
Still Peck refused to bow the knee.:. snniv nr TII MIT
By this time the newspaper signal  |j(J(j|J  AnKAT  M   1 ALfcfM I
that trouble was brewing had sounded, i ...   .
Kvery man  in  the office was ready.
Peck looked out of tlie corner of his
lie each part must nave eye anu ������ /�����Vas QUlte happy
uses, and   consequently  tor tke auditor.   He *asQ ^
Thus    spoke
William
-Atlin
'and surveyor ot wine o.j����.�����~, -*~  - ,       ses   an(j   conseQuenuj   tor iue auu^-    **" n   . ���   ,    e anv.
the
Bear   Sends   an    Ultimatum   to
Dragon Insisting on Closer
Adherence to Treaty.
Bt, Petersburg, March 14.-Uussia
has Benl an ultimatum to China insisting on a closer adherence to tne
provisions ot the treaty of l*so.
Which has been thc subject of negotiating hetween the two countries tor
social weeks. ,
The Russian occupation corps is
now within a hundred miles ot tne
frontier and is marching on Kulja,
FOR BIG IRISH CONCEIT
Sons and  Daughters of the  Emerald
Isle Will Make Merry on Friday���
EXPRESS   MEN'S   STRIKE.
Wells Fargo Drivers   Decide
u;n   Adams   Men.
Not   to
, ot '^w   Westminster  and  with   ^   ""J'jSK - ** ��s 'SSBlJ ^Sn'rtViZ who' ^ouid"^   to  by way *��*% be the cliaim__a
Lynch, Chaiman_ot^Parks^om   gratm. ^ ^ ^ tl,e fisting opinion of^man^w j^ ^       ,    w f.J*j�� -^ M hi9
Join
New York
hour
mittee, 1 have been asked to prepare  to the wuu sunc t.���.	
this Report on a general and compre-J woods at the upper end of tbe   park ,nake the ratepayers 	
��� *���- !...���< .��� ni,�� ���f y,ave s0 fortunately been suffered to  .,  i .t nf "dubs" on the council.    In
bensive scheme for the laying out of have
|represent
PW York. March 13.-At the usual ~-kB ot your city UOns.ue.��.B   .
Vr beginning ��* ��{f 0f%l      1 beg to jo ^ OUUhat in sue h^l ^       ^ du ,
..�����,, no move on the l>ait m rt a8 this, pieparea ou �� k  ,hat  thi8
�����������<���o   Point,   1  same meeting
my Inspection of the told the auditor that
Considering   our   starting
^^| my inspectL-.^^^^^
formal work bad   al- tbe   municipality   was   p;
��� -. :.��� . ..,.,,  u*   .r-���ta_.nl.thl  to E0 behind
the program in tXie
he did not think possibility that he may yei ue induced
him to render some of his favorite Itiais
3  a lot of "dubs" on tne ouuuu	
cidentallv Mr. Peck mentioned at the does not appear on tne pru_rnu> ~- ~.
1  s��me meeting that he   had   recently list of those who will sing, there is
��� ��� . ���. ahin\r possibility that he may yet be induei
paying
ballads.
Favor Reciprocity
Calgary, Alta., March 13.-���'
tlon of the reciprocity
tween Canada and the
was taken up by the
Alberta  Live Stock
pressing their opinion
to the present  time
hers declare the proposed
in the best  Interests of C ���- ���=.,  .
six do not favor the agreement.   Act- the(1(, strike haa
lng on tbis vote, a resolution has heen dccWed
forwarded to the minister of finance
favoiitiK tbe proposed pact.
ney"���BOm
lavourneea"
Willfams-
CroU.
Miss Eileen
Aff-wtt-
t^^^s^sss'i^r
deal with the parks  immense
-    ������-   -��� at once
Organize Supply Department. I
London, March III.���The Hritish admiralty has loaned J. \V. Oliver, a
storekeeper at Davetipott, to tbe Canadian government for six months to
organize a supply department for the
Dominion navy.
:on, Re-e.ectea.        , shall proceed td^^-^H kTe^nce S��^ aPP^t, ^
London. Mar,h;i,T;;ordsru,,co,u pplUic,  . ,     ?rlo.    aelected-A.    William.
Uord strathcona ^'gjj
umdon. March 18.-1*��� -   ', ��� ._
has been re-elected pies a^�� |                  g ,,,em.
.uernatlonal Commercial aaBocian a                  Queen s   r.���                    , ��-----j:          , of common   sense, u .
B,.t. for Rainbow.     _ ��� there^ ta IttU.  .��   ^SSSSSi   for. whole when complete.                      ^ J
Park.
Want More Money. #1    Soprano solo, "Kerry Daircc^
Fifteen members of the   fire
W-
'rtiSlB
State Colony forTramps.
Albany, N. Y., March 13.���Among
"h> lecommendatlons In the annual
report of the state hoard of charities
���s the establishment of a state farm
colony for tramps, where they might,
be made self-supporting. They now
<()st the state about J2.O0O.00O yearly.
Plate for .._..
Victoria, March 14. ��� Hts
Honor Lieut.'-Governor Paterson yesterday afternoon, on behalf of the provincial government, presented a magnlflclent
plate service to the cruiser
Kainbow. Commander Stewart
responded.
���%���������������
tbe  subject of
r:;:;LS.nt,rr:';s, * ^j��t\\x*is** **����-
,mi ���-��� for treatment by the WW*"^  .p t,y improVed
fer themseive. ior --"--,- ��� ^uHdlnpB would b
landscape ^*g^Jt ,he same by being painted 8
SHI t.IKS    nd��mak ng them   a addition tojhta I
all the one color.   In
should recommend
time
hnrmonlo
kerning and making them a �� �� ^ ln the �����ln entrance
fnlous whole, lt ls a first prln- an Improvement hnv.
' f   londseaue   architecture   lo  gates, these ail	
���������������������������
r.nle   of   landscape   architecture
avoid abrupt transitions from ";o
mul to the wild, such as Queen's Park
(Continued on Page Three.);
department     have     signed   a
round robin asking for an   in
crease in  galary,
basing their
appeal on tbe grounds that,
owing to the high cost of living
and the long hours- on duty,
tbey hold a difficult position.
���������������������������
Mary O'Sullivan.
Irish jigs���Master Croll.
Instrumental obllgato-^WIll Alfnltt.
Bass solo, selected���A. Williams.
Contralto     solo,     selected ��� Kbm
Eileen McGuire.
Baritone solo, "Erin, My frome"���
Frank Mulgrew.
Accompanists, Misses M. Freeze aafl
Laura Lavery. ll
i i" !
PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,  MARCH H
1911.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
'CHILD    OF    FORTUNE."
WANTED���FIRST
maker. Apply .
lumbia street.
CLASS TKOl'SKIt
N. Aitchlson, Co-1
WISHES
WANTED���YOUNG    LADY
sition as housekeeper, companion
helper. Apply Hox F, Daily News.
poi
or
(A) TWO LOTS, 132 feet frontage on
Sixth streel, 103 feet deep. Price
|6300; $200(1 cash, balance 6, 12 and
IS months.   This is cheap property.
(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, tVo and
three years. This is a real goo 1
buy.
WANTED ���STRONG
wash   cloibcs.    Apply
street, corner Fifth avenue
WOMEN    TO
503   Second
WANTED���GIRL OR WOMAN TO DO
li.ht   housework   and    assist    with!
children.   Apply to Mrs. Avery, S13|
Andrews street.
St
(C)  GOOD
large lot
Sixth     s
balance
mod
. on
treet,
over
ern
Fom
.    $:
t wo
six roomed house,
���ih    avenue,    near
3500.    $000    cash,
years.
(D) LOT facing
$10110.
on 1
Vloody square,
only
WANTED���AN   OFFICE   BOY   FOU
real  estate
& Corbould
office.
Lavery
Apply
block
Diamond
(E) ONE AND A HALF acres on
Eighth avenue, $5000. This will
make ten good lots worth $750 each.
WANTKD ��� A    FEW   GOOD   LIVE
salesmen to handle subdivision property. Big commissions paid to
right men. Call at Kdson Syndicate,
$45 Columbia street, city.
(F)  LOT on    Twelfth    street,
Fourth avenue, only $1000
below
WANTKD ��� GIUL FOR
housework. Apply 408
street.
GENERAL
St. George
GOOD
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown   B.ink  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  680. New  Westminster
WANTKD ��� THOROUGHL
housekeeper. Apply in person immediately to F. T. Cliff, Kast Burnaby.
MACCALLUM BROS.
WANTKD TO EXCHANGE���A LOT
in Burnaby for horse and rig In good
condition. Apply R. B. Petrie, gen
eral delivery, North Vancouvei'.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
OUR SHINGLES ARK A
better than is necessary.
lay tbem cheaper. They
better roof. Westminster
Ltd. Call 8G0. Box 100'
prefer, order them with
ber through Small &
LITTLE
You can
make    a
Mill Co..
I.    if yo i
your lum-
ucklin.
SAPPERTON���A well built, strictly
modern eight roomed house with
furnace, on till foot lot. Exceptionally line river view. Price $3-00;
$1000 cash, balance easy.
SAPPERTON���Four 33 by 132 foot
lots, cleared, $550 each; $100 cash,
balance 6, 9, 1- and 15 months.
HAMILTON STREET���Two large lots,
$950 each; one-third casli, balance
6 and ID months.
LONDON STREET-
each;   one-third  c;
-Four lots at $525
sh. balance easy.
IF YOC OWN A LOT ON SECOND
or Third street, we can sell it for
you. We have a client who wants
this property. Kellington &
Crown Bank block
1 PORT   MANN���Large  66  by   122 foot
lets, to a 20 foot alley, in a choice i
subdivision  on  the  east end;   $-15o
and up.   Terms easy.
Secures Plebian Employment to Prove
His  Contentions.
Boston,   March   12.���Colin   MaoRea
Makepeace, one of the "Goldcoastcrs"
at Harvard, With an allowance that
would support a good-sized family in
comfort, returned to college yesterday
after a week in Concord as a day laborer.
For the last half of the week he
toiled as a stable hand for his bed
and board. Ile cleaned stalls, curried
horses and did all the chores falling
to a "chambermaid In a livery stable."
He returned yesterday morning to his
sumptuously furnished suites ai Hampden ball, satisfied tbat he could at
least keep alive if bis allowance tailed him.
Makepeace had  been  arguing   tbat
anyone, even a Harvard student  with
rooms on the Gold coast, could earn |
his living, if be bad to.      llis chums
laughed at him, and to prove his contentions ho started out after the close,
of the mid-year examination to get a |
j Job.
lie hails from Providence, where]
his folks are reputed to own most of
the scenery, and Rhode Island was
barred to him in ills search for a Job,
i De hit the trail through Cambridge to
Concord.
Getting work was easy. Right off be
hired out as a farm hand, llis wages
���well there was none; The thrifty
Massachusetts farmer agreed to feed
him, and put bim to work shovelling
snow. This job he cleaned up, and had
to look for another.
Then   it   was  be   settled   into   the
/'chambermaid" position.    The   livery
stahle   keeper   was  just   out    of  help.
Makepeace, looking able, even willing.
i he  hired  him.    The new  helper   was
quartered in a loft over the stable.
His duties at the stable were exacting. Ile declares be wa. glad it only
lasted for four or live days, lie also
declares that be never quite realized
how comfortable his rooms at llatnp-
. den  ball really  were.
But he is Satisfied with bis experience. Ile proved his contention, although he ruefully admits that it was
at the expense of many blisters and
an outraged sense of smell.
Vigorous Health
���the power to enjoy to the full life's
work and pleasure���comes only with a
good digestion.
iMsS*^
tone up weak stomachs���supply tbe digestive juices which are. lacking���ensure
your food being properly converted Into brawn aud sinew, red blood and active
brain.    50c. a box at your druggist's or from 32
Nntionnl Drue and Chemical Co. of Canada. Limited,       ....        Montreal.
Westminster
Transfer to.
nam f*
""��� llj
I
Clearance Sale
 of	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
��mce 'Phon* ii5.
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   ���.,���,,,���
any  part o, ti, 0ltj
Light and Heavy Harfb.
1**
I
The
A. J. BIRTCH
W hite House 617 Columbia Street
OFFICE-TPAM
EGG
DHPOT
Green Cut Bene to Make
Your Chickens hay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St. and  Fifth
PHONE   370.
*venue,
iendry,
Telephone 680.
FOR SALE���150 ACRES OF GOOD
land, with one mile wuter frontage
on main channel Kraser river; one-
half miles from C. N. It., one-third
mile from C. P. K,, one and one-bali
miles from B. C. E. R. Price $150
per acre. $4500 cash, balance five
or six years at 7 per cent. Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.   Phone F 570.
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���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot 66x132, good bearing
fruit trees, shrubs, etc. For particulars apply to Owner, 724 Princess
street, City.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
LANGLEY���40 acres of good bottom
land, partly cleared and good dwell-
house and barn; $80 per acre; cash
one-third; balance 0, 12 and 18
months.
W. Ft. 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
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345,
Office, front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
I SSngg FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
FOR SALE���LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain
for quick disposal. Apply Room 14,
Burr block.
LANGLEY���55 acres close to Mur-
ray's Corners and facing on tramline road; $115 per acre; gcod
terms.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine;   length  of boat
40 feet;   width of beam 9  feet   10 	
inches- eood house. Boat thoroughly!	
SSed wUh "fe belts; license for| LANGLEY-.!60 acres (40 acre, clear-
LANGLEY ��� Eight five-acre blocks
near Milner station; partly prairie
and partly high lan 1; $150 per acre;
cash one-third; balance over two
years.
25 passengers;  $1000.    Apply W. .J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 4-cylinder Cowie entwine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and lias only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once. Price $000. 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.
FOR RENT ���FURNISHED ROOM
for one or two genltemen. Apply
513 St. George street.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���HOUSEKEEPING ROOM,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
224 Seventh street.
LOST ��� A PAIR OF OPERA
glasses. Kindly return same to 48
Royal avenue and receive reward.
LOST���BLACK AND WHITE FOX
terrier pup; answers to tbe name of
"Jack." Finder Please ring up 324,
or R468.
LOST ��� A PURSE. CONTAINING
cheque and sum of money on Simcoe, Ninth, or Tentli sts., between
Tidy's greenhouses and Tram office;
reward. Return to this office, or
824 Ontario street.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
edj, two dwelling houses and outbuildings; $100 per acre, with any
terms to suit. Will sell in 20, 40 or
SO acre blocks.
LANGLEY���160 acres (40 acres cultivated and underdrained), flne orchard, dwelling house, outbuildings
and two wells; $100 per acre; cash
one-third; balance over three years
at 7 per cent.
LANGLEY���Seven and one-half acres
on line of Canadian Northern Pacific railway, close to station; $150
per acre;  good terms.
New Hats
Built to ensure head-
comfort combined with
style, durability and distinctiveness.
HAWES
STETSON
CHRISTY
$2.50 to $4
M. J. PHILLIPS
THE  WARDROBE  CLOTHIER.
671 Columbia Street.
New Westminster.
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Ccrllne.
PHONE 473
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3'i
to  i
and
II.  P.
Cyr.,.
Local  AgenU
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Wettmintter,
P. PEEBLES
LANGLEY ���200    acres    in    40-acre
blocks, Yale   road;  farm   buildings
and well;  partly, $80 and $100 per'
acre, balance over two years.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
THREE lots on corner of Eighth
street, facing Moody Square, $3100,
easy terms.
1
TWO lots on Ash street in the old
Clute property, $1000 each, ona-
(luatter cash; balance 6, 12 tnd IS
months.
8APPERTON-
per month.
 J
-Lots $50 cash and $10
Gold Watclea for Ladles from *127t
gents'   open face
���P.
Silver Watches,
H-00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
(Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR SALE
Five lots on Toronto street, near
18th St. Price
$500 each, on
easy terms.
Westminster Realty Co'y
Room 2, Trapp Block.
New Westminster.
LOT on Princess street   near   Fourth
street, price $700, on terms.
LOT on Princess street near   Second
street; price $(100, on terms.
}h -art   I :��*$&&} RUSERO'D ���
stM^-*    '' ROCFIf.G
V\    ^SWSBkSSE^Si WV^V'r.' '^���-
YOU MAY DRIVE---* BUT YOU CAN'T' ���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1 -2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN A3SOLUTE  GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
^We�� ��������
�� *i*w **** -mt '�������� *w*m*r
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623  Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone Heating .nnd Plurrbing Co,
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cess
pools,  Septic  Tanks, Etc.. Etc.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. I. Coast Service
FLYING    IN    JAPAN.
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEW8
j Two American Aviator* Gave Exhibi-
! tlon   at   Oska. I
Osaka, March 13.���"Bud" Mars and
j Captain  T.  S.   Baldwin,   the   American   aviators,  made   three   successful
I flights bere yesterday in the presence
1 of 40,000 spectators.    Prince  Kunlyo-
i shi   Kuni,  grandson  of  the  emperor,
was   present,   and   complimented   the
aviators on the success of their feats.
This  was  tho first  demonstration of
aviation  In Japan. I
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, facing south;
only $1800; terms one-third cash:
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
TWO lots on Seventh avenue, near
Second street, for a few days only;
price $1000, on good terms.
I
ONE and a half story house on Ash
street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenues; eight-room modern, cellar,
stable and chicken house; sixteen
bearing fruit trees; house in splendid condition; price $3300; terms
$1300 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 21
months. i
i
*
NEW    two-story    house   on    Seventh
street, near Queens avenue;   seven
rooms,   modern,   cement   basement
and   furnace;    price   $4200;   terms
one-third cash, balance 8, 12 and 18
months.   Good only until the 20th of
this month. I
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia Street.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
SS.    Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dailv except Bunds/
TO   UNION  AND COMOX.
0:00 a.m Thursday snd Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 26, April 4, 16, -'���>
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per month, dates to   be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO  HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Kvery Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates
of
Given  on  Any
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
JOARD OP TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at *��� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any montn
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Resilience Phone 133
The
Royal Bank of Canada
8ftt^'::::::WB
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; In CUM,
throughout the Island, also w
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Biilin'���"-
NEW YORK and LONDON
ENGLAND.
Drafts   issued   without
on all the principal Towns
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connection"
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
delay
Hid TUESDAY, MARCH  14, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.    ���
For The Man Who
��    Wants to Know
we have  a  book  that  is  the  recognized
"encyclopaedia of dress."
Outlines Scheme For
Beautifying City Parks
(Continued from page one)
ins nothing of that massive and even
Impressive appearance that is so de-
sit able when it is remembered that
flrsl  Impressions arc of great value.
Still dealing with the formal portion
of the design we approach the existing
zoo, where we find a degree of transition towards a wilder or more natural
landscape, Adjacent to the zoo are
playing ground wbicb could be made
more suitable for ihe children, I
won Id suggest a little cleaning up
here, the repairing of the existing
swings and the addition of others.
Here also I should recommend the
planting of flowering shrubs, in
masses, as a distinct improvement.
middle terrace might very properly be
made tbe bust of Simon Fraser, and,
in fact, provision could be made for
the addition of other statuary from
time to time.      ,
The third, or topmost terrace,
should be hacked on the upper slope
I by masses of ornamental shrubs, the
convent surmounting the bill forming
a highly suitable background, which ��� s
already provi led. According to this
scheme, shade trees would be planted
along the terraces, beneath wbicli
would be placed Beats bulll  in   har
mony  with   the  general   design,   tha
whole of this design being formal.
|     In  addition   to   shade   trees   there
should be formal beds on the terrace.-*,
I This bedding out can be made a most,
charming feature of tbe Crescent.
j     The foregoing brief sketch indicates
a scheme of treatment which, while it
would make a real beauty spot of the
Crescent, presents at the same time
no too ambitious features that might
be const.ler ed beyond the limit of expense  to   which   the   city   may   Justifiably go.
There remains, however, to be considered    in    connection    with    tin's
scheme,   those   very   necessary   elements  of  any   design   the   soil    and
drainage.   Regarding these, I may say,
from  a  superficial  examination,  that
both appear to be lacking, and  both
are essential if that chief garment o'
natural beauty, a good lawn, is to be
secured  for the Crescent.   From   my
examination, it seemed apparent that,
after the   required   excavations   are
(Continued on Page Seven.)
I"
It is the Fit-Reform Style Book-for
spring  and  summer-illustrates  Suits
' FILVfB and ��Vercoats that fit-Reform has
. BEFORM^ created and well dressed men will wear.
A. Jjft
yfrf? I       *m   **.*.,..am.       i    UilgUl   HUg
5^ rp, .       ...       ���   . 8e��.that the realjy splendid bear cag<
Ihere IS a little ta k in this book ahnrt    '!"  f^*7.   I,iirk'   Vancouver,   couk
UUS "OOK aDOLt     , hardly be improved on for Its purpose
[ hand tailored garments that appeals strongly to very man.
Rea��
ing the zco, I should recommend  larger,  lighter and drier
for the various animals.
.ay
we send you a copy?���free, of course.
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
IB REASONS FOR STAND
AGAINST CHURCH UNION
(Chief Object Is Saving   of   Money, and
Result Would   Be   Modification
of   Doctrine.
t'.:.:. eg, March 13.���Alexander
Itheson, of Stonewall, who reprinted the Presbyterian church of
jfoUTall at tbe meeting of tbe Pres-
ytir. of Winnipeg when the quesUon
(church union was discussed, and
1 ���' ' ������' ��� the union of the
tort'- brlefi explained bia posi-
Ion to tbi : ��� ���  Pri   s:
I am oppose! to church union from
|sy standpoint   I o ijecl to the meth-
lol procedure of tbe church In deal-
(-'"' ' e o attei Instead of begin-
In. at the bottom, the church began
ttbe top, It began not with the peo-
' : ' one, but with tiie
i church, through
i> endeavoring
Wag aboul a union which should
ebrought about. If ,i all, by tbe peo-
I' "' Thi.    Is   as    though
m'f -'��� nge for the   mar-
'''���' 'two iren who have never
*'��� The oplnli n of the children in
mu matter la noi asked. All the de-
tool the marriage are arranged by
���Mwms. thla Is not the custom
pwlae parents, and what is true of
��marriage between two voung peo-
lein '���'��� - ' bould also be true
}the matter of the union of   these
t    '���   The people should be ask-
f1*!*! their wishes and desires are
,' ' ""'��� and it they should be
�����ft the present time what they
Mo'it. I believe thev would give
aboist of 100 years Into the next
Ctury.
Presbyterian  by  Conviction.
'am nu bigot on the matter. 1 am
P <;'r any arrangemenl which can
���made which would be productive
Wer results for the glory of God.
pa ready t��� Bee our   Presbyterian
��� 20sed ami i am ready to at
P��Metbodl8l ,-hurcb for the   bal-
c " ">>' "fe 11 it would result in
* , lns "f one single soul.    I am,
ev��r, a Presbyterian by conviction.
I accept the confession of faith as a
statement  of my  religious  views.      I
believe in the all-seeing,   all-knowing
Qod,   I believe In the doctrine of pred-
estatlon,    I believe that all things are
known to Ood from the beginning.    I
I bow my knee to the God who knows
all things.    My opposition to   church
l union is based on the fact that in tbe
I new statement this doctrine is   being
l modified.    The Presbyterian church is
| asked to give up this doctrine as th3
price paid for the union of the church.
I am opposed to union for this reason.
It Is possible that some might sup-
pose that I am opposed to it on the basis of union  because  I as an elder of
the church,  was not  consulted in  the
matter, and had nn share in the preparation  Of  the  basis.    There   may    be
those who are opposing   the  adoption
of the basis on this ground.    1 do not
object  to the union  for this reason. I
believe  that   the  men   who  were   selected to do this work  were the best
men   we  had.    I  object   to tlie  union,
however, because it  is now  proposed.
as i have said, to give up  the   chief
doctrine of the Presbyterian church.
Saving    of    Money.
"l am also opposed to church union
because I believe that the chief object
of it is in effect a saving of money.
The church iind its members are losing sight of the great object of the
church, namely, to save the souls of
men. What I would like to see is an
increase in the spirit of true religion
iu all the churches . A spirit of sympathy tietween the churches and an
earnest effort to do tbe work ol"
Christ. The trouble with the churches
and our ministers is that they are putting money far too high, and are losing sight of the real work of the
church in the world."
ASK   HIGH   PRICES
FOR    LONDON    HOUSES
London, March. 13.���Wealthy Americana are making high bids for furnished houses In tbe West End during thc coronation days. One Liberal
peer is reported to have refused fEO,-
000 for bis London residence for six
weeks. Another American offered
|85,000 for a house in a fashionable
street for three months. The owner
refused to accept  less than $100,000.
lt is said John, Hays Hammond,
Bpeclal ambassador from the l'nited
States, will pay $10,uo0 for a week at
the  liurdette-L'outts  mansion.
I
WILLIAM  H. TURNER
Tan WILLIAM   H.  TUKWEH
"Mr and the Boys" at thc ope ra house, Friday evening, Mnrc.i V.     [
^^^ cages
I might sug-
���age
ild
--.   -- ----. ... v... .���, ,,��� purpose.
Further than this, i should   strongly
recommend that the sanitation of the,
zoo receive the attention it requireb
:    Proceeding south  fiom  the zoo   I
'sbouij    recommend    tbe   planting   ofi
flowering    shrubbery    ,0    aBglg,    u,at
transition to the wild state which we
shall  find  further   developed   in   the1
, grounu to the south occupied partly n,-'
fir and cedar, but mostly by alder'and
j willow, this being the lowest part of'
l the  park.    There is an excellent op-l
| portunity to introduce   a verv pretty j
feature of the landscape by   utilizing
the natural  overflow from the reser-
j vcir.   This, being conveyed by a pipe
could   be  made  to  bubble   forth    as'
though springing from a natural   out-!
crop of   rock   among   the   shrubbery.
I The   stream   thus   formed    might   tie  _
made to flow down through a series of;
small cascades and pools to   a   little
lake, situated in what is now the alder '���
bottom.    This  portion  of  the  design'
must be most carefully   planned   and I
carried out to avoid that obvious   ar- j
Molality  which so often mars   such!
schemes where naturalness ls tbe es-j
sential beauty aimed at.    Tbe course1
of this  stream  should   flow   through,
trees and shrubs selected with a view j
to a tropical   effect,   and   its   banks
should  be  clothed    with   maiden-hair]
and    otber    ferns.      On    the    higher
ground, above tlie bank of the stream,:
a drive should be made to a gate opening on to Leopold Place.   The useless
willow and alder bush growing there
should be cleared out and open spaces
of lawn  substituted, care being taken
to  preserve  the  good  S] ecimen trees
of which there are a number in this
section  of  the  grounds.   Here,   undei
these trees, seats might be placed for
the convenience of the public.
To tbe north of the buildings again,
at the opposite extremity of the par .
to that which we have been considering, lies a most attractive section of
the grounds which lias so far survived
In a state of nature. In sketching thc
proper treatment of this northerly portion of Queen's Park I could not to do
better than quote from the report
which I made on Stanley Forest at tlie
request of the Park Commissioners cf
Vancouver. The conditions are so
identical that the treatment must be
the same. In the following extracts I
simply substitute Queen's Park for
Stanley   Park.
"It   should   be  borne  in  mind  that
the great chaim of Queen's Park ls Its,
natural.beauty, and any plan of devel-|
opment which diminished the naturalness of that beauty should not be con-;
sidered for a moment. There are, bow-
ever, certain things which could and
should  be done  which  would  not   in;
any   way  detract   from  the   essential
natural beauty of the park, but would
on  the  other  hand  enhance   it   and
make it more accessible.   That is, for
example, the cutting of trails   whicli
should be done in pursuance of a general scheme and not in any haphazard way.    A principle that should be;
followed is that the trail should lead;
to some definite governing idea of ex-;
hibitlng some especial beauties of the ;
park.    It may be said that any trail
cut through Queen's Park would make
a beautiful  walk;  this is quite   true;
but  the necessary  thing to ascertain,
Is  what  route  will  make   the   most
beautiful walk.
Following  this  suggestion   for   improving tlie accessibility of the, park, |
we mav proceed to the question of en-;
hnncing its beauty.   There are certain;
things which can be done to enhance
the natural beauties of the park Without detracting from them,   it is, for
Uxample, advisable that the dead tlm-
j ber should  be cut out and   removed,
this dead timber is not only an   obstruction to the growth of the living!
timber, but it is a menace in case ot
accidental    flre,   a   contingency    that
I muBt be considered where the   public I
' has  unrestricted   access   to   such   a
stretch of forest as that which we are
considering.    Where tbe dead timber,
is cut there will be only room enough
left   in many Instances, for the living
Umber  to attain Us proper   development an l symmetry.    Where there is
"acetospareasaresi.lt  of cuttng,
out   I should strongly recommend the
panting of native trees   and   shrubs,
which are not as the present time represented in the park."
Albert Crescent.
After Queen's Park, on account of!
.J verv prominent location, viewed,
as It ia bv tourists an* visitors when
p.ssing along the city's main thorough-
fare, Albert Crescent may be deemed
the most important of the city's pub-;
11UThls0lbeautlful slope, commanding a
mticntlcent  view of the   Fraser   and
.elf  a  conspicuous   feature   vie wei:
from   he  river or  from   tbe   South ���
SS.   ends itself mast readily to BUC-
eessful and beautiful treatment in the*
Franco-Italian style.
Three terraces, rising one above the
other and following the curved natural contour of tbe ground, with flight,
of stone steps, should form the mam
Ltui-esof the scheme. The middle;
terrace might be retained by.a stone
wnll which would be cheaper, would
look very  well.    The feature cf the
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911.
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The Daily News To tnd Home Work
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their ofliees,
corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
for Young Children
(Continued from Page One.)
Auction Sale
Without Reserve.
Having been instructed by Mr. H.
Haggman I will sell by public auction
today, March 14, at 2 p. m., at 21 Agnes
street, city, tbe whole of his elegant furniture and household effects
all  in  fine  and clean  condition,  con-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
sisting in part as follows: Parlor suite
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half an hour suites, mattresses, solas, centre tables, con.espondents in    all    parts of    the
, when    tbe  carpets,     linoleums,    rugs,    pictures, world
Brandies throughout    Canada    rnd
j Newfoundland,  anu   ln  London,   England, N'ew York, t'l.-'cugo aud Spokane,
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with
TUESDAY, MARCH  14, 1911.
THE WHIP HAND.
^,11  M
After the threat of Moses B. Cotsworth to horsewhip Secretary Peck, of
the Ratepayers' Association of Burnaiiy, and thereby creating a disturbanca
of the peace, we wonder what our city
council is going to do.
The course adopted by the Burnaby
���municipal council in regard to the
work of Mr. Cotsworth as auditor oi j
amount of work off the teachers which
however, would have to be done during class hours when other work
should be attended to.
The Wisdom of  Moses.
Moses B, Cotsworth was of the opin
icn that tlie home study    should
taken up for an hour or
alter the regular session, when    the  u��".oi.b,     ouujouiuo,    hiss,    iuuluio., wor[d
children could study better when    in  stoves, one ball coal stove and many'
the school room than at home.    In tbe  "ther  article;  too numerous  (o  men-
school room tliey knew just what they tion.
had to do and had a certain time to j    This will be a great chance for any itnniml   (present  rrite).
do the work iu.   If they should happen one wanting to furnish their borne,
to need any information  the teache ��,��.���.,
N. S. ROSS,
TERMS CASH. Auctioneer,
would be at hand. Mr. Cotsworth put
this in tiie form of a motion which
was seconded by Mrs. C. A. Welsh.
It did not pass the meeting us a whole
until after Ihe matter had come under
a thorough discussion when it was
passed as above.
Need More Schools..
Trustee Peck said that the real solution of tlie problem was the lack of
school accommodation. What tbey
needed was money to build schools
tind employ more teachers.   The class-
Savings Bank Djrnrtnient��� Deposits
| received tn sums of $1 and upward
��� aud Interest allowe~". af 3 per cent, pei
Total   Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
TENDERS
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BUYMNEH. Manager.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101' and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS'
Columbia Street
MARKE
New Westminster
ROYAL      COLUMBIAN     HOSPITAL.
that municipality surely convinced the |a'nd {he teachors (,01l]d give eatn
public, that this individual was not tho sf.i,0iar m0re individual attention,
lurid of man who should have been on-1 Principal Coatham, of tbe high
hosted wilb the auditing of the ac-' school, stated%^IS^S^Z
.counts of this city. The action ol tne|<)f aUotlng ,)0me 8tudy and abolishing
Burnaby council, in tbe course of re- it on an age ijmit was the fact that in
cent and pas-t events, justifies in the each class the pupils were all ages and
clearest manner possible, the position that the matter could not be regulated
we have always   taken up    and   con
Tenders will he received by the undersigned  up to twelve noon, of the
onld  then be divided  up smaller j joth of  March, marked  "Tenders  for
sistently maintained respecting our so-
called city audit.
that way
Women Are Interested.
Although the women present at the
meeting did not make  long speeches
Property." for the purshase of Ke-
snbdivision 3, -1, and 17, of Subdivision
3, Lot 6, Suburban Block IV., Sapperton. Terms one-third cash, one-
third in six months, and one-third in
twelve months, with interest, at tlie
rate of 7 per cent per annum.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  Ii.  KEARY,
Secretary U. C. II.
New   Westminster,   B.  C,   Marcli   9,
1911,
VVc bave over and over again urged' in the matter, it was plainly seen that
.hat Mcses P. Cotsworth bas failed to \ %��$����&Sffi^KSK
show that, be possesses even the most of (|Uestions asi<ed. Each speaker bad
ordinary qualifications for tlie position. t0 answer a volley of questions from
Jie bas occupied in this citv since May'start to finish and if tbe agit.tticn
tot No professional man such as a comedo ^���J$* c. r,a,n
chartered accountant is considered t01 schools will work hard to at least cut
be, would have disgraced himself by HOWn the amount of home study, if
pursuing the methods which ha\e been not have it abolished altogether,
pursued by tbis man.    In our opinion!
bf_> has exceeded liis duties    and    his +��*���������*������������������������
privileges frcm the very first, and has ��� TH�� .     J
arrogated to himself a position whicn ���       hAlM"K AINU ' nc DU *
he bas no right to occupy. !��  .  �� ^^O �� ���!��������� ��� * *��
And whilst he has done this, he has, 	
not as yet performed the work that
was his to do in a proper or business-j    William II. Turner In George Ade's
like manner I '3est comedy, "Father and the Boys." j
,    ,   ���     ���   ..niiiTntnniiB is the announced attraction for West-
Mi   wo liave had is  a  voluminous     ,    .     _,        . ,-,.,���.,
.ui   ����.   i.avt.                                           minster Opera house on Fn lay, Marc,i;
' amount of mostly irrelevant materia.   .,-_ and wanUn,_, signais ar��� up for thej
brought forth  in a sensational  man- serious-minded, for it is   a   hilarious,'
ner    Nearly a vear bas been occupied  jolly comedy that precludes the idea of j
ove-- this audit   as it is supposed to serious  things���it   is  to   laugh-still
ove.  tnis auuu, ��      u there is much of human interest in the
be. a  work  whicli we  believe  a  pro-  story_lhe parental love nf the father'
peviy uualibed man would bave accom- ^ |,ound up in his two sons, tolling for
pfishefl in a quiet, business-like man-  years  that  liis "boys"  may  reap   the
ner in a month or six weeks. 1 benefit of his efforts.      However   the
,     .    . ,      ,,   .    ,,    'man wbo gave the stage "The College
It    is    indeed    fortunate    tbat    the  wldow>, and ..The County chalrman"
Burnaby council did not permit itself   wrote this play, and wittier lines neve; j , J        1
to be hoodwinked, cajoled and bam-  flowed from bis facile pen, nor did be   CUStOlYlGrS  cUlCl   ctlSO
boo/led  in tbe  same  wav that    the'ever conceive a character that fitted
, ���,..,���      ii     ,,ho  iin actor to a nicety better than   the
mayor  and  council  of  tins  city   ^i old wool merchant doeB Mr. Turner. It
done. | ig a piav cf American people of now.
Tbanks to the very straightforward. Each of its several characters is of a
-way in which the Reeve and council distinctive type and each scene   and
situation was conceived for the fun of
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HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
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General Agency Transat'antic f temship Lines,
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of the neighboring municipality dealt
it, and  Mr.  Turner and  bis company
jjrith the matter of their audit Moses ���re said t0 be alive t0 the lucd  that
Cr.tsworth   stands   unmasked   and  their mission is to extract to the final
We Have Moved to
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Where we wish to
imeet   all our  old
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of all descriptions
lied in his true colors���an author
���"reports���characterized by baseless
insinuations, and an amplitude of
spl* tm.
Tlie attempt of the auditor to play
up against t',**.' Burnaby council t':e
tricks he bas ro successfully imposed
upon this city nnd its administration,
���was entirely unsuccessful, ln his idea
tbat he would be able to cling, barnacle-like to his erstwhile employers
until November, be was certainly dis-
api��inted. Reeve Weart asserting that
he "would go out never to return."
Thc treatment was none too severe
for a man of tho character of Moses B,
Cotsworth and is in our opinion,
thoroughly justified.
We are waiting for the royal commission that Mayor Lee stated he
would apply for, waiting anxiously, not
only for tbe honor of the city or New
Westminster, but also for the many
citizens who were so unjustly and
viciously attacked.
atom all the merriment with whicli
tbe author has so liberally endowei
his bright, breezy four-act play.
"Never a loss but there are some
small prollts." ln tbe unexampled expenditure und increasing civic debt
the taxpayers have at least one consolation���"They have M08ES and the
PROFITS," therewith they must, for
tbe present, be content.
Delta Liberals
Elect Officers
(Continued from Pane One.)
��
elected the following seven delegates,
with their alternates, representing the
every part of the municipality: H.
Wales (G. D. Paris, alternate), j. Murphy (A. B. Buck, alternate), H. G.
1 .aw pence (T. Alcock, alternate), H.
Rose (J. T. Brown, alternate), II.
I lad don (John Armstrong, alternate),
T. Fallowfleld (R. Fallowfleld, alternate), I). Johnson (E. Loney, alternate).
The delegates'were Instructed to
Kive the former provincial member for
the Delta riding, John Oliver, lirst
choice in the balloting, and second
choice to George Kennedy, in tho
.rvent df Mr. Oliver declining the
nomination or failing to carry the
convention.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
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'< EXTRA
SPEED LESSENS RISK,
cAYS WHITE OF FLYING FAME
_GREAT THINGS ARE EXPECTED DURING  THE  YEAR.
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* Ottawa Wins.
BJ��f��nt��' M���arcl> 14.���In the
;���'���' ''"v ( up hookey match yea-
terday evening between Ottawa
illl(1 Qalt, the former won by
���'������"l! goals to ion,-. At half
wore stood:    Ottawa,
tune
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s, most practical! and Inspiring dis-
,,1 the future of aviation ap-
,(l recently from the pen of ('lamb;
Ljam-Wlilte,   who   confidently   af-
.     ,1,. year 1911  will  witness the
.^1 (jevelopment of a .rent new In-
imtry-
Ti,f advancement <>i the aeroplane,
.0intg out, has been checked   by
defects in the machines   them-
,,  inability   to   combat   winds
weakness,    and    unre-
three
.
i .ti i Uonal
, ,,! their engines.
.-]!,,,_. defecU, wbicb made aero-
��� ,,., mere playthings in their early
l , i: development, are already beta overcome In an alto, et ber surpris-
[g.way," ''"��� writer says. 'That they
fill be completely overcome, and tbat
jvingmachines will be made practical
lot everydaj  use, Is my firm   convlc-
l: :
���Take Hying In winds, for instance.
ffltb the aeroplanes we had in tbe be-
,;,:.. ii  was only   possible  to   as-
,,���    . ben the wind was as   low   as
I     ai  Hvi   mill B  an   bour.      Now   !
linii it possible to remain in the air
trol my machine In a wind oi
I      ave miles.    Prom ilus to the
, :!, In even stronger winds is
: iesi lon of greater Bpeed.
i .   i ome an ardent advocate
lng.   Bpeed gives you
power i" ae the attacks of BUd-
,'. . wbicli   are   an alr-
];.,��� i peril.      In  a  blgh-S] - ��� I
ine,   lor   example,  you   uash
::       .���:. ; i i-erae gust In the Bame
torpedo boat destroyer
���  through an opposin
this n ason, in   my construe.
i. ;   ball devote my earnest
i a   high spei il   machine.
r bi and i i. Idlty bl con-
. .      ind to come, and ��ll n ll
n era ol aerial travel   at
i '."ii miles an hour up.
peed 11   will be possible to
i. ��� a  :.     Ine   through   anything
j:.  ' ol an        ..il Kale.
i   e.l bia machine, wbicb
I .n  to strive for   con-
Bl ular   aerial   aervlce
till  ie :. I only possible, but pro-
it   ���
Wins are solving them-
!������ the    skepticism    witu
��: peo] le always view a new
Idea li wi ontended In the Infancy
i . .: tat no petrol motor
*oti . -i d the strain of propelling
a:, aei ;; ini. because of its neces-
ary llgl ���:.. .md the high Bpeed at
v. b H wo ild bave to run Tte answer iu these critics bas been overwhelming Even while our aero-,
planes, and particularly our propeller*,
art admittedly Imperfect, thereby Imposing tpon the engine tne most dim-
in.i flights of three, live or
il ours already are evoking no parti ��� it . mment, io a certain extent, Indeed, the duration of tbe Hi. nt
has become purely a matter of petrol
carrying, 1 have not ibe slightest
fear, then lore, as to tne success ot tbe
'���. i - machine engine.
Now there is the question of safety.
Here i am laced with grave misconception   People generally have come
to the conclusion that Hying is highly
dangerous and will always remain so.
A�� a practical flyer, 1 say there is little danger In it now, and that In future there will be no more risk In  au
aerial Journey than there Is in moving
'"'in poinl to point In a railway train.
"Analyzing   tbo  deaths  that    have
taken place, it is possible to draw a
Practical lesson from each, and thus
the sei oi circumstances  which   has
hrcnmhi about any  one of  these  fatalities is  nut.  lively  lo occur   again.
Inexperience, toolhardlness, and con-
Btructlonal    weakness    in     machines
have been responsible for practically
,|h 'ii'- acciueuis winch ha>e   ia��.en
place nt lar.   Given a good and care-
[lll|v trained pilot and proper weather
vuiiiiuiiins, Hying is already as safe as
motoring, and soon It wlll prove to bo
Sal..i
"'Next summer, practically tor tbo
first liuic, people wlll be able to en-
i��> Bojourns of air travel. The first,
of n type of the machine one might
rail mi air car wlll be ready for trials
111 the spring, it will be a strongly-
bulll monoplane, with a lOn-horsepow-
cr engine and a body like a motor |
CM. with four comfortably padded
^nis, well protected from the wind
There need be no reason why any
Wealthy motorist shall not purchase
8,"'h a machine and have an aerial
chauffeur, if he does not want to
'earn to drive himself, and enjoy aero-
planing in a thoroughly practical Way. II
"In its sporting aspect I foresee tbat
��ylng will enjoy even greater voguo
"inn motoring. Motor-car driving,
*vpn In Its most favorable aspects,
cannot lie compared to flyinK. There
�� ii sense of froedom and exhilaration
'I passing swiftly through tho air that
lever comes when driving a car. I
sl eak from experience again, having
done more than a little motoring. I
"Directly a moro convenient and
'688 bulky machine than the present
aeroplane can be produced the public
demand for It will be. ln. I see no
"'ism immutable difficulty ln the way
of completely revolutionizing bv
means of the aeroplane all existing
���"utliods of communication."
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��� W
, T1"; l,mi'ml  Players or the   local
"u,,rl' '��' "'"  Bank of .Montreal  wbo
""��>  1��>"B  held  the sway  as cocks of
the walk bit the dust yesterday after-
'"���"" When a team of newspaper men
beat tbem up to the tune of four
gameB to one. With the exception of
one member of tbe pen team all played a brilliant game and if this form
is maintained In the scries of cup
competitions it looks that those who
supply readable matter for tbe people
of tbis city will carry off premier
honors,
The contest between Fiaser and
Ironsides was the keenest of tbe quin.
tette, the lirst named beat ing the
banker by one point. Wade, of tbe
Columbian, although behind towards
the close, managed to worm his way
through and emerged a winner by five
points. McLennan, of the Delta Times,
played an uphill game from the start
and agalnsl a rattling good opponent
In the person ol Money Sifter Leslie,
winning by ten points. Writer Host,
was, as bis name implies, over bis
opponent by a big majority. Wilson,
of tbis paper, wbo lias not bandied a
cue for close on a year, fell before
the prowess of Ma/.uman Cornwall,
The   scores.
Newspaper Men. Hankers.
Besl   160    Held 95
Wade 160  Smith 146
Fraser 160   Ironsides 1 -1*
McLennan 150  Leslie 14b
Wilson  Is  Cornwall 150
The Healthf ulness of Tea
Physicians who often forbid the use of Coffee
and Cocoa to the well, prescribe tea for the sick.
Of the three, tea is the only beverage that can
be drunk for a lifetime without injurious effects.
It is a harmless tonic���a gentle stimulant without
reaction.
As tea is the most desirable beverage, so
. "Salada" is tea in its most desirable form.
Salada" Ceylon Tea comes from tea plant
to tea pot untouched by human hands, from the
time the leaves fall into the picker's baskets.
Its delicate aroma and delicious flavor are perfectly preserved in sealed, air-tight packages.
West End
Home
Y��rlv Salu Over
20.000,000 Ptcfcact*
Aek your grocer for " Salada" Tea or aend
for a free trial package which makes 25
cups of delicious tea. We will mail it to
you without charge. Say whether you use
Black. Mixed or Green Tea and the price
you pay per pound.
The "Salada" Tea Co.
32 Yonga Street
Toronto
Council Holds
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. M. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. Phones 646, 661.
3-Hour Session
(Continued from Page One.)
Toronto  View cf Salmonbellies.
The lacrosse sage of tbe Toronto
Telegram remarks:
"li Con Jones .ets Newsy Lalonde
and Gauthler of Nationals, ami manages to hang on to Jlnnfde Hogan,
he'll have the nucleus cf a pretty fair
bome. Wltb bis big defence, he should
win al least the majority of his bom?
games against New Westminster. For.
you know, thai Westminster team
don't shape altogether like wonders.
Tecumsehs gave them a close call two
years ago. and the Indians that went
west weren't of the kind ycu sit up
nights lo read ahout. Cut out the
lon_ ride across the continent and the
effect of the moist B. C. climate, and
ii,.' Salmonbellies appear to class as
gone into. The stieet spoken of was'
in a disgraceful condition and some-'
I hing oughl to be dune at once. 1 he I
board of works Will go into the matter, i
Alderman Lynch hacked up the application from a club for the use of a
part ol the ground at Queens park
during the season for baseball games
by suggesting thai all clubs that wish!
to play on that enclosure this summer j
mlghl send in their applications to the
chairman cl the pants committee so
thai all might be catered for.
The tenders for the supplying ot
600 galvanized pipes for the centre ot
the survey monuments were opened
and as the difference in the prices
quoted was so marked, there was considerable discussion as to whether the
same application forms had been sent
out. Schaake machine works quoted
$160, while the Westminster Iron
Works figure was $340. The lowest
tender was accepted.
"Farthest   North"   Skis   Accepted.
On the eve of his departure to take
up his permanent residence in California. B. O. Paulsen asked the council's acceptance of the Norwegian flag
and skis which were used by Captain
Roald Amundssen In travelling over
the northwest passage the years a_o.
These were in capital preservation
and it would he an appropriate thing
If the council had them for the Carj
[negle library. Alderman Lynch moved.
the .ttt he accepted and the,
warmest   thanks  of   the   council     ex
then it was up to the council and so
that the point might lie brought more
forcibly home to the people it was decided on a vote to instruct A. Hard-I
man, of  -McKenzie sireet,  to remove I
tlie soil wliich he had delved up, and i
this without any delay.
Replying to the application of thej
Kootenay Jam company for a supply j
of water on the other side of the river I
the special committee advised that a'
meter be placed in position this side,
and that the water he taken through
tbe government pii es.
Tie C. P. it. applied for a supply of:
water to the amount of 200,000 gallons i
per day, but the members of the water
committee could not see tlieir way to
grant the request until such time as
the new pit e lines were installed.
The invitation from the Greater'
Vancouver league was turned down by
the council as a body on the ground '
that the Kraser River Valley associa-!
tion was the organ wliich was nearest \
to their objects.
SherifT T. J.  Armstrong applied    In
person to the council for the lines and
grades on Royal avenue where he Intended huilding.    After a lengthy dis-.
CUSSlon it was decided to permit the I
sheiil'f to proceed with the erection cf ,
his building on the understanding that
'should  the city    when    making    the'
grades find that the new huilding did
not conform to the stipulations,    the
sheriff would be required to make sirh |
alterations as would be tound necessary.
Tlie parks and library committee
han led in their estimate for the year
and this shows that $2350 will be
asked for the libraries and $7-40 for
the parks, a total of $9690. ,
r
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
a  fairly  good  N.  L.  U. team.    Consequently, if Con Jones goes on fdeking' that
he  mav  yet  land  that   Min'o  cup.     lf   war...
tended to Mr. Paulsen.
Must Replace Soil.
The  chairman  of    the    board    of
, works, on the matter of the upheavals
I ln the streets of the city being turned
i topsy turvv hy n number of residents
be does, you'll hear the noise those
Vancouverites make in the farthest
east part of Point  St. Charles."
To Quit for Three Months.
Manchester. March IS.���The Federa
tion of Master Cotton Spinners, actin. |
on the proposal of tlie American sec
tion of the    trade,    decided today to
suspend  operations   on   Saturday   for
three months.
Police Restrained.
New York. March 13.���The police
were restrained today by a permanent
injunction from interfering with the
McKarland-Moran fight, to be held at
the Fairmont Athletic club tomorrow.
McFarland is still a slight favorite in
the betting.
without permission from the authorities, reported that be had given instructions to bis department to prepare a list of those who bad taken the
matter In their own hands and had
made tbe streets an eyesore. If tbe
police would not move ln the matter
Mile Racetrack for Spokane
Spokane. March 13.���A party of
Spokane and Idaho turfmen have
bought seventy-four acres, investing
fftO.OOO in a mile racetrack,
will begin In twenty-flve days.
will offer big purses.
Work
They
Totally Different
To say that styles embodied in
the "Fashion-Craft" suits for spring
are exclusive, means all that the
term implies. The style is not
only better than that of ordinary
ready-made clothing, but it is totally different-better than higher
priced tailor-made clothes, since
they are designed by Canada's foremost designers.
Prices range, $18 to $35
Cream of ksmfi.
Five-Acre Blocks
On B. C. Electric Railway .at Junction of N. \V.-Chilliwack line, Scott
road, with prospected line to     *__.*��� i
Steel City and Ladner
Also flve acre blocks on this projected   line   adjoining    Steel    CUty
townsite. \  i'��� t
These two Choice sub-divisions bave just been surveyed and are now
on the .market. I   I
For particulars apply to \
KENNEDY BROS., ltd*
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 336.
11
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Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's -VS**
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector j
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.
E. H. BUCKLIN,        N
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
Mills & Co.
517 Columbia St.
Thc "House of Fashlon-Craf t**
���JBBG*& ������**'.���
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKUN
==   LUMBER CO., LTD.   =
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer* In
il
Fir, Cedar
Phones No. 7 and 877.
and  Spruce Lumber
Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc. !:
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH  14, 19l1
-wi
March Twentieth Dr
March 10th was rather an eventful   day   [or  The   Imperial    C
Company in connection with its group of milling claims.    Th i
mines liave been fully described on this page before, and   the
public is aware tbey weie purchased some time ago, the consideration being $135,000. The last   payment fell   due   on   the
above date ,and was met promptly.    All   winter   the   company
has had a gang of men busy tunneling and exposing the   ore,
until now there is over a million   tons   of   magnetic   Iron    and
copper   uncovered.     The compuny is having some large blocks
of ore brought down, and also an assay made which will show
the public Just how valuable these claims are.
The company ls paying the expenses of an expert mining engineer, Mr. T.  Scott Anderson,  direct   from   Sheffield,   England.
Mr.  Scott   Anderson  is  an associate member of the Institute of
Civil Engineers, as well as an expert for electric furnaces for
smelting ores.    Mr.  Scott Anderson has promised to remain at
the mines at least three days and  give our company   an   exhaustive   report.    In  the meantime the company is letting another contract for 20 feet additional  tunnels, so tbat   a complete analysis can be obtained.
As announced some time ago.the stock of The Imperial Car company will double In price on the twentieth day of March, which means in just SEVEN DAYS from now. No one will be able to buy one share of
stock from this Company for less than $100 rer share. Many people we know are hanging back feeling that
shares will be at the same old price lor an indefinite period, but they will be sadly disappointed, if they are not
in before the twentieth day of March, 1911.
Let us once more impress upon your minds that The Imperial Car Company is here to stay, and will yet
be the largest industrial undertaking in Britisli Columbia. You bear of other large works variously reported
to be GOING to locate In different places, but you never see them doing anything but BOOMING LAND.
The Imperial Car Company, however, is doing all the time, and you could not buy a lot frcm tliem at any
price.    Does that not  speak loudly enough.
We believe this stock will soon be $250 per share, and none for sale, and should a certain financial transaction take place, which is liable t:> occur at any moment, every share will lie taken off the market at (.nee. Mo
not sit back too long and feel like kicking yourselves afterwards, but get in early ln tbe week, for this is one
time that fickle fortune is pounding at the door.
I.
Beiow is a copy of an advertisement   that   has   been    running
some time, and will give some idea to tbe public the class of
business the Imperial Car Company  intends  to  bring to Vancouver.   We leave it to the citizens to say  whether or not we
should  lie encouraged.
Pullman Car Company has paid in the last twelve years $187,
880,000 in dividends, and we  have just  as  good   prospects   as
they ever had, and we believe better.
COMPETITIVE    PLANS.
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding  and   Dry  Dock  Corporation   of
British Columbia, and the State of  Washington,  hereby offer a
price of $500 for the best set of plans and specification of their
car works to be located at  Roche  point,  otherwise  known   as
the Town of imperial, British Columbia.   The amount to be expended on  buildings, machinery, equipment, etc., to be $,'550,000.
The buildings to be of stiuctural iron, covered with   corrugated
iron and capable of employing  500  men.    The  buildings  to  be
thoroughly well lighted from the roof wherever possible, and to
occupy five acres of ground or approximately 400x500 feet.  Machinery to cost about $150,000,   comprising   the    following   list,
and  to  include  also  the machinery and   buildings  for   a complete  cabinet  works, capable of cutting lumber from the   log
and  manufacturing it into the finest of cabinet work.
Competitors will use their own judgment in locating the differ
ent  buildings and  placing of machinery   to   best   advantage,
Competition will close May 1, 1911, and at the hour of 5 p.   m.
The decision of the  business manager of the company to   be
final in awarding the prize.   ,  ���
Machinery   List:     Punch and shears, special punch and coping
machine, special punch for  structural  work,  horizontal   punch,
single horizontal bending machine, universal shears (2), double
angle shears (with turntable complete),   gate   shears,  bending
shoars (0), patented plate straightening rolls, plate planer (with
direct electric driver), flanging clamps, pneumatic (8).
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION. Limited
MP
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
9
PHONES 485 AND 1259
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at the
price of $50 per share, for which I enclose 33% per cent, of the full
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance in two equal
quarter-yearly  payments,   with Interest at. 7 per cent, per annum.
NAME '	
ADDRESS  .'	
OCCUPATION	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry-
dock Corporation, Limited.
jBBBEaasgaass^
MMM*l*��l��*V4.-WM. '*>,��_ ,t������- i,s.v���*.-,*��� ...ia* ,1i. TUESDAY, MARCH  14, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Dis    New WestminBter Land District    Dis
tnct of New WeBtminBter.
NOTICE     that.     Margaret.     TAKE  NOTICE  that   Molly   MK'l,
ltUlewB, of SJin ���lofi('- oocupa- ''<'>��� ol  Vancouver, occupation millln
Mends to apply for per '''��� intends to applj for permission
lion
Tt*
don to pure
base the following de-, purchase    the    following
Commencing ai a posi
.   v.csi side of the Cheal;
PI
V* ���'
and  one  mile   north   of
nee  we��l    40  chains,
[60  chains,  thenoe easl
' ..,.,,-   south    160
(OJlDiel
WIL 1-lAM   LEWIS,
.-..r.vt Ethel Man:., wt
chains
-., akamus river to point of
being southwest  coi
applied for, containing.
to
described
lands. Commencing al a posi planted
Ou Pemberton Trull, 2% miles
","'"1 ,;! ���������''<'" Lake ! ,,���-,. north 80
chains thence east 80 i��� ns, hence
south SO chains, thence wesl 80 . h.- ini
polnf ol commencement being the
southwest corner post, conts nini 64
acres, more or lesi
Si) ned) WILLIAM LEWIS
Agenl for Molly MoClarey
February 20, 1911.
tlience east 80 chains, tlience south KU
chains, thence went 80 ehains, thence
north su chains ro the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
::
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
We't-r.i. ster Land District.    Dis-
tnct of New Westminster.
nKK NOTICE ihat Kate Corey, of
pation     saleswoman,
: ,v permission to pur-
Jft ;.:7,. ..* in.    dc-cribed   lands.
"m- ��� ,. poal planted at the
^Uneol Sol 107 on Smmnll Lake,
���?''"    v bains, thence south
J-'r;,.      ,-   .. easl  4n   chains   to
c'-mmii Lake, thence norIh a,onB ,ht'
htetop mmencemont. betas
i. nor--- -        ' :-:   I1""'   of  ll"   a>'
plied for. containing 320 acres more or
.less
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster'
TAKK NOTICE thai Georgina A
Hopkins, ol Vancouver, occupation
stenographer, Intends to applj for per-
mission to purchase the following described lands Commencing al a posi
planted at the southwest corner of
lot 2106 and thence north to chains
thenoe west to diains, thenoe south
4" chains, thence cast 4H chains to
point of commencement, being south-
weal corner poal oi lot applied for
containing 160 acres, more or less
Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
Februarj 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai    1,   .lohn   E.
Crawford, of   Vancouver,   occupation
stuiion agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de-l'flowing Into Praser river.
scribed lands:   Commencing at a post)    (C) The point ot dive sion
planted ahout 2u, mije8 sol,,tl of T  l. , 200 feet from  its mouth
1368 ami one mile east of Haslam get rh
cense in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster Distrlcl:
fa) The name of'Company ta full -
The Glen Lose canning Company Lim
Ited.
The head offlce���New Westminster
P.. C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid Up���$26,000 divided ini ,
$2600 of $10 each, of which 1450 shares
are issued and paid up.
fbl The name of ihe lake, sl ream
or source (if unnamed, the description
ll I I rinatned stream on Lot 17,
Croup  2, New   Westminster  district!
NO HOSPITAL FOB
I. LAWLER
HE TOOK GIN  PILLS
If
lot
:-, ���:
WILLIAM   LEWIS,
��� . ��� ul foi Kate Corey
1911.
Dis-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
L* Westminster Land  District.    Div
trict of New Westminster.
fAKE NOTICE that  Reginald
j :   Vancouver,
���th
Fit*
.     i broker. Intends to apply for per-
Bis'ion to purchase the following de
Krit,ed lands    < menclng at a post
at tbe  soutli west  corner   of
55, thence east 20 chains, thenco
chains,    tlience    west    60
u, thenci       th 10 chains, thence
nee north 4o chains
Inl of commencement, being the
northwest corner post of lot applied
(or containing H" acrea more or leas
Sign, i) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
A,.-       ;,.  inald   Fitzgerald   Sar-
cent.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.   "
New Westminster Land District
tnct of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Samuel S.
Auss. of Vancou.cr. occupation broker,
Intends to applj for permlaslon
Purcl aae the following di * rlbed
lands: Commencing ..t a post planted
ahout ih miles north of T. L. lot
1976, and two miles weal of Haslam
lake,  tbence  cast   su   cliains.
lake, ihence east 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains, tbence west 80 chains,
tbence south SO chains to tbe point.
of commencement, and containing 640
acr< i more or less.
JOHN lv CRAWFORD,
i:-  D, O'Hara, Agent.
I ia led February IT. 1811,
LAND  ACT  NOTICE,
Dis-
OUI
at   the Fra-
er on said Lot 17.
(d�� The quantity of Water applied
for iin cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(el The character of the pro,.-.-.;
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump
(fi    The    premises   on    which    the
water is to be used  I describe samei
Cannery   and   buildings   on   Lot.   17,
Group 2, known as the Inrliisirial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for wllich the
water is to be used-Industrial and domes! ir pm poses.
(j)    Area of Crown land intended to
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
T \Kh NOTICE thai   I,   Vernon   V.
-  i      of Vancouver, occupation mine'-,
permission to pur- he occupied by ihe proposed  works-
-   the following described lands    \0ne
a   post  planted ahout.      (k)'   Tilis notlce was       ^ h
I 'I   L. lot 91�� on  tsth day of February, r'n   and appH
thew, am lake, then,-,  ,,!lion  m ,lp ^ ��� ���
nee west 80 chains, I ataner oh the 20th day of March. 1911
'';"';���'  ""������' M chains, .hence   e:,,t      ���,   r���vr. the names and
to the iioint of commence-J of aaj riparian proprietors
you ever hear anyone sav that
Rheumatism cati't be cured, ask them if
they have ever tried OIN PILLS. Or
ask them to write us for proof that GIN
PILLS have cured hundreds and
hundreds of cases of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain in the Bark and
other trouble! caused by weak Kidneys
or Bladder.
Rheumatism can be cored���is being
cured every day by GIN .'ILLS. Here
is the best kind of proof.
Ocdkn, N.S.
"I have been troubled with Rheumatism so bad that I could not work.
A doctor tended me and told me to go
to the hospital but all to no good until
a friend told me to try GIN PILLS. I
did so and after taking a few boxes, I
am perfectiywell."     Di j. l.wi. kr.
Take GIN TILLS on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money refunded. '50c a box���6 for
f2...o. Order from us if vour dealer
cannot supply them. Sample box free
if you write iis. National Drug and
Chemical Co., Dept.  Ha'., Toronto.  50
Outlines Scheme For
Beautifying Cify Parks
(Continued from Page Throe.
 lete, the soil would have to   ae
made, Al presenl there appears 1 be
merelj gravel overlying hardpan The
surface water being hm'.!,* fo penetrate lhe latter, the grass must surfer, supposing the overlying grave] ro
' ;',!lh,<' of supporting a sod, which
'�� is not. 1 am aware thai there is al-
Bomi drainage provi_efl for the
Crescent, bul It appears to be improperly planned and quite inadequate
For the grass, the seed mixture suited
to tbe location musl be carefully coned The present grass, it mav be
remarked. |e qujte unsuitahle, which
is one reason why it. has proved so un-
satisfactory.
ment, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
VERNON V. HOOD,
Bj D O'Hara,, Agent.
l" ted  )'t bruarj   17, 1911.
addresses
or license 3
who or whose lands are likely to be a'-
Tipperary    Park.
Tn Ttpperarj Park, situated as it is
In the bear! of the citv. New  Westminister has a most valuable  breath-
inn space and this value will Increase
rapidly as the city grows.    It may he
laid  down  ns a   principle in   its  treatment, thnt  it  should be cul  no as lit
tie as possible, the space being mata-
_________  ly devoted to broad, sweeping lawns
-   on which ihe children can play.     The
PROPERTY band stand, which win be the centra]
feature, should, of course, he of such
design as will harmonize   with   its
Cnder instiu.-tions from the owners BUToundIngs.
there will be offered for sale bj public     A noble feature of Tlpperary   Park
auction on Saturday, the 26th day o!   is *'1P beautiful grove of cedars', which
March,  1911, at   the  hour    of    threej should   be  most   carefully   preserved.
SALE
OF    VALUABLE
AT CHILLIWACK
o'clock in the afternoon at the office ln th*�� connection, while a p
bov^oVhln   tTdot    v'neihe''  of 8' A" Cawley' Chilliwack,  Hritish torn of drainagte is necessary, ft would
Columbia, by S. A. Cawley, auctioneer, ����ed to be most carefully planned in
I
thence north se (hains to tlle point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S  AUSS,
Bj d. O'Hara, Agi nl
Dated  February   17.  1911,
WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
Jtrici   oi   New  Westmin-
'lake notice that   I   Carl
Vancouver, occupation broker
ly ior permission to pur-
-   the following  described  lands:
Commencing al a poal planted about
three miles distant  and in a   northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake
Attach copy of auch parts of the
Company's memorandum of associa-
lion as aathorlze the proposed application and works.
The     Clen     Rose
Limited
(Signature)
(P. O. Address 1
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
then 1   wesl  80 chains, thence south carry away, water from any
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
|Ke* Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I. William .1
Hick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to applj for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about one mile south of T. L. lot  1031
hains, tlience easl so chains,
thence north 8Q chains to the poinl nf
coi mencemenl and containing 640
acres mote or less.
CAUL WOLF,
D. O'HARA, Agent,
February 17th, 1911.
Canning   Company
J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
Xew Westminster
Copy of part of Company's mem    an
dum of association;
1 sl    To   record,   divert,   take   and
st-earn.
river and lake in the Province of lint
r.\KK NOTICE that Mary Augusta  on the eaal shore of Lake    Haslam.
|Brito. of VaiuiMiw-r. occupation mar
Hed woman, Intends to apply for po--
I?...-  :. (o ; 186 'he following de
li:. ������! lands: Commencing at a po-t
���planted on tbe Pemberton Trail (>���_.
|-_, ol   Gn en    Lake,    thence
Kwt! chains thence south 80 cbalns
I .-   -   (hains, tlience   north
|> -.sins to point of commencement,
���being ��� .-��� coi ner post of lot ap
]��� ig 640 acres more or
Pen
���Sienedi WILLIAM  LEWIS,
lfS.1 tor '���'.!      Au. UBta Bridge.
Febniarj 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
then.,, eaal 80 chains, thence noith Si
chains, thence west  80 chains, theme
south  80 cbalns to the  point  of com-
mencement, and containing 640 acres.
more or less.
WILLIAM J   HICK.
By I). O'Hara, Agent
Hated February   17.  Hill
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK   tbat   I.  C.   A.   Ciyrt-
daie, of Vancouver, oooupatlon Insurance manager. Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following;
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about half mile north of
T. I., lot 1976 and two miles west of
Haslam  lake,  thence   west   B0  chains.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
NKW    WKSTMINSTKK    LAND     HIS
TRICT���Distrlcl   of  New Westmin
ster.  H.  C -   Take notice  that   1,  C. 0
Svedmark, of   Tulameen,   occupation     ue lot  10, block 16, Murray's Add!
mill  owner, Intends to apply  for per- tion. town of Port  Mood]
mission  to purchase tho following de
scribed  lands:
the following property, namely: ' order 10 avoid Interfering  with   the
All and singular that certain parcel water supply of these trees, as such
or tract of land and premises situate interference would almost, certainly
lying and bein. in the county oi Weat- result in their destruction, in a ihore
minster, in the province of Hritish or less short time,
Columbia, and being Hie westerly flfty- Proper paths would, of course, have
eight (68) acres of lot three hundred'to be made for crossing the path and
and eighty-three (383), group two (2), for reaching the band stand. These
more particularly described as fol- should seem to proceed directly to
lows: their  objective,   and    if    thev   should
Commencing at the northwest cor-l curve, as undoubtedly they would,
ner of said lot on the south Hank of there should be some definite reason
Hope slough, thence south followim; either natural or seemingly natural
the we.i boundary of said loi 3466 for tbeir curves, that is 10 say th6y
ish Columbia, for the use of their bir-i j links to the southwest corner of said should lead one to view some espe-
neeq, ami for that purpose to erect* lot, thence east following tbe soutn cial object, or seemingly to take the
build, lay and maintain aams aque- boundary of the said lol 1700 links, easlesi made and distance to cross
���lets, flumes, or othei   conduit  p!pe= | thence north 3118 links to the south the park.
and    to sell   or otherwise dispose of  bank of Hope slough, thence westerly      II should not be forgotten that paths
j following the south bank of Hope are not themselves things ot beauty,
slough to tbe point of commencement, but only necessary evils, and as such,
TERMS OF SALE.���Twenty-flve should be as few as possible cottslst-
(26) per cent, of the purchase money ant with convenience. They should iu
to be paid in cash al 'be time of the no case meander aimlessly about the
sale and the balance within thirty (30) \ ground.
days  thereafter   without   interest,  or,l     Ornamental   shrubbery   might   verj
at   the   option   of   the   purchaser,   the'well   adorn  Tipperary    Park,  but,   as
ibalance may be paid In three (3) equal as noted before, the central idea   of
j instalments at tlie end of one (1), two   broad and restful lawns should govern
(21   anil  three   (3)   years  respectively   tlie design
the same
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
. ite "f title No   6620A, issued in the
Commencing at a post planted aboutlname Ol Saia Anne Maclute, has been
three miles distant, and in a north- plod in this office.
westerly direction from Haalam Lake, Notice is hereby given thai l shall,
thence east su chains, thence south at the expiration Ol one month from
So (hains. thence wesl su cbalns. the date of the first publication here-
thence north Su chains to the point of of, in a daily newspaper published In
commencement,   and   containing   1U0 the Cii> ol New Westminster, issue a
aCTM more or less.
CHARLES 0, BVEDMARK.
D   O'HARA, Agent
February 17th, 1911.
from the date of the sale witli Interes-
on tlie deferred payments at the rate
of seven IT) per cent, per annum.
For further  particulars  and  condi
Such shrubbery could, for Instance.
be massed in Such a way as to effectually mask tlie rather unnatural,
abrupt but necessary  grading of   the
flit,* Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK  NOTICE   that   Anna   Maud
ID-ipgan.   of    Vancouver,    occupation   tbence south RO chains, thence east M
liidor. Intends   to apply   for   permls-1chains, tbence north SO chains to the
pion to purchase  the   following   de-  point  of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLB8 AONEW CRT8DALE,
"ibed lands    Commencing at a post
���planted on the Pemberton   Trail   l^i
|"   - It a northerly direction   from
Oreen Uke. thence north 80 chains,;
Jthence east 40 chains, thence south 80
rtains, thence west  -10 chains to   a;
pint of commencement, being south
|��w corner post  of lot applied   for,
pctaininc 320 aces more ori" ess.
';-r-' WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Anna  Maud  Uuggan.
February .    ; .-;
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Hated  February  IT,  H'll.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK  that   I.  Charles   A.
fiodle.    of      Vancouver,     occupation
broker, intend    to appiy for    permls-
sion   to   purely ****** ^   -     "   <       -  i.*-t,rt.,    >
duplicate of the snld certificate, tinle
In   thp   meantime   valid   objection   be
made to me in writing
C.  S.   Keith
 1 I Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-     Land Registry Office, New Westtoln-
TRICT���District  of  New westmin   *,p'- ''���  <��� February 13. 1911.
ster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman 1 ���
Tborsen,   of   Vancouver,   occupation] LAND REGISTRY ACT.
marine engineer, intends to apply fori 	
permission   to  purchase the following   He lots 14, IS, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
described lands: nnd 40. suburban block fi. map (HO,
Commencing nt a post planted about.       In tbe City of New Westminster,
two and one-half miles south of T. L. f     Whereas proof of the loss of certlfi-
lol  IMS, and cm** mile east of Hnslam1 cate of title number lOSliF. issued in (
Lake,   tbence   east   so  chains,   tbence; the name of .lames Rosebrougb Lawrv
south SO cliains, thence west 80 chains,  has been filed fn this office,
thence north 80 chains, to the point of      Notice Is hereby given that  I shall,
commencement,   and   containing   640[ai the expiration of one month from
acres more or less. (the date of the first publication hereof.
HERMAN  THORSEN.      In a daily newspaper published in tho
I). O'HARA, Agent. Cify of    New  Westminster,    issue     1
Februarv 17th, 1911.
 .  ; In rhe meantime valid    objection    be
tions of sale apply to tlie auctioneer  tennis courts:  so as to give the   ap-
or to the solicitors and agents for the
vendors.
J. H. BOWES.
Solicitor.  Royal   Bank Building, Chilli
wack,  B.  C..
Or his agents.
pearance of a gradual rise to higher
ground, on the south side of the tennis courts.
Again shrubbery can be used In re-
j Iation to the curve of a path in such a
! way  as  to justify  the   curve   which
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &   might otherwise appear objectless and
MARTIN. artificial.
Room 20 Williams Building, 418 Gran-:     The gullies In  the parte could also
vllle  Street,  Vancouver,  B.  (.'.,      j be  made  an  attractive  feature of   a
Or fo j carefully  thought-out  design.
TAYLOR,  HARVEY.  BAfRD & in  connection   wfth all   the   parks,
GRANT, (greenhouses must  be maintained   for
Solicitors. Room 37 Williams Building:, I the  propagation   and_growfng  ot the
���113 Granville Street,  Vancouver,  B.C.
Dated the 1st day of March, 1911.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
' required' bedding stuff without which
the parks cannot be brought to, and
maintained at, that point of excellence which lt Is desired fo reach. To
reach and maintain this same excellence ft  Is essential   that  the   parks
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-, made to me in writing
TRICT���District   of  New Westmin-1 (    ^   " ' '   '
rouver, occupation  so-
scribed lands.        ���
  nlanted about 1 ��� _ miles north of T. L.   Belyea,  of  Van��
"WMmiMter Land District.    Dis-   KlMS and  two  rnlie.   west  of  Has-, liO.or    tot����tO mlyj���*�����
W�� of New Westminster. lam    lake,   thence   west   80   chains,  sion  to  purchase   the   following   de-
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A. Hop-   thence north 80 chains  thence east 80  KrtbJMMd^
ms- "f Vancouver,  occupation   mar   chains, tlience south 80 chains, to the      ">���� ��     * ��*     v
">maa. Intend, ,0 apply for per-; point of commencement ��nd contain-.   %    g���^ ���� we_.  of   HM]ftm
ise    the    followin., lng Ml) acres more orlesfl.^^^ - ^.^   (henrp  past  sn  chains>  rh.nre
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, BC, February 3
1911.
��"'*-
���Wis-   Commencing at a post plant
FJ��n the vest  ilde of Green   River
JT Iour rna.:-M north of Green Lake, <
r-nce west -      h uns.  thence  north
liJ      '  ;:;""''e   ea8t    80    chains,!
��** math  ���    chains   to  point   of
E ;���- elng  southwest cor
E'''''   '       ���     led for, containing
r,' ���'-������        'lest.
-ur""1 WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agent - r Maud A. Hopkins.
februarv 20, I
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
and contain-
less.
CHARLES  A.  BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February   IT.  1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Lake.
north SO chains, thence west SO
chains, thence south SO chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 840 acres, more or less.
Dis-
l.ionel E. Haw-
'er, occupation pbotog>
���)  apply   for  permis-
��� the following  lands:
'Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
.,;v:':"   ���"   -:-hat
K
rt0 wt'.,
^'um ,u .1 ,)1)Kt piaatad on the
Ipj"''1"   if   Pemberton   Trail,   3%
wr-liM,"?' ''' Green LnUt'' titotUM
Ittenpp cha'UB thence eaat So chains,
)ohai.,' ' ! '��� -Hains, tlience weBt
1 -��� ' " -1'' DOlht of commence-
Icl |ot 8 '" louthwest corner post
Vsm,;'!""''1 for, ctmtainini? U40
1  I '"'���''" or less.
Med) William  LEWl^f,
Fehn,.   ''''"'   :"v Lionel E. Hawela
-0- 191L
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Mabel Lucy
Paige, of N>w Worn minster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
B post planted ahout two miles nortli
of T. L. lot 918 on the west shore, of
Haslam lake, ihence west Sit chains,
thence south SO chains, thence east
SO chains, tlience north su chains
tlte point of commencement, and 0
taining 840 acres more or less.
MABEL LIVY PAIGE.
Datetl February it. 15*11.
LAND ACT ivOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE N'OTICE thnt   1. Isabella Mc
ARTHUR L
February ITth, 1911.
BELYEA.
10
on-
NEW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT-District of N'ew Westminster. It C���Take notice that I. Charles
3oley, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
lands
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence
east so chains, thence north SO
cliains. thence west SO chains, thonce
south so chains, to the point of commencement, and containing (MO acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February ITth, 1911.
Re a part (6 acres) of fhe south R0  should be placed In charge of a  duly
acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-  qualified   superintendent,   assisted   by
Irtpileate of the said certificate, unies-i I Hon 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) in  ,n efficient staff.
1 tho District of New Westminster. Before closing this report, I wish to
Whereas proof of the loss of certifi-' point 0IIt that the twin objects of
cate title No. -ITS1A, issued in the pllbijc parks are the recreation and
name of George A. Witherspoon, has instruction of the public. To attain
been filed In this office. | these two objects it is essentia! that
Notice is hereby given that I shall, a comprchensive plan covering the
at the expiration of one month from I whole of the ground and looking for-
the date of the first publication here i wardt not to a mere commencement,
of in a dailv newspaper published in bnt t0 a completion, should be drawn
rhe City of New Westminster, issue :i j up.
duplicate of the said   certificate, un-.     It js a common mistake amongst mu-
less in the meantime valid  objection  niriapaiities to go along from year to
be made to me in writing. | vear planning only  for each year aa
C. S. KKITH, ��� the mcmey is voted, which results in a
District Registrar of Titles.   patci1W0rk scheme and can never at-
Registrv   Office.   New   West-  taln that harmony of design which is
B   C, March 9, 1911. essential.      Instead  of  this   year   to
 __-������������-   vear policy New Westminster should
  i idont   the   method   pursued   on   the
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.    ; ����' (cs of America. and by tho
1 fanded proprietors, as well as the mu-
Sealed  Tenders
undersigned   and
to   the
Tender
Land
minster.
addressed
endorsed
for Charter of Tug for First Narrows.
Vancouver.'' will he received at tills
office until 4:00 p. m. Thursday.
March 23, 1911. for the charter of a
tugboat to tend Elevator Dredge at
First Narrows. Vancouver, B. C.
Specification and form of contract
can be seen and form of tender obtained at the office of William Henderson, ���t_, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. ('.: H. A. Bayfield. Esq,. SU��
perlntettdent of dredges, New Westminster, B. C, and from the postmaster at  Vancouver. B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on forms supplied and signed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case of firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of
each   member of the  flrm   must   be
given. I pital
Each  tender must be accompanied j
That  method
Tenders will be received by the un- nU,ip.lUt(es of Europe That method
dersigned and marked "Tenders for - (o h.m, ��� r,aP designed and to rol
Supplies."   up  to   1   p.m.   of  Monday,  . completion.    Should the eir
March 20th, 1911. for supplying tho
Roval Columbian Hospital, from the
lst of April. Wll, to March Slst, 1018,
with the following articles:
Bread, white and brown; beef: mutton; milk; drugs; groceries; wood
1 slabs), per cord: conl, washed nut;
conl, anthracite; fish, fresh and salt:
funerals.
Detailed list of drugs, groceries,
beer, mutton and fish can he obtained
at Hie hospital.
Neither the lowest nor any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samnles of the groceries and all in
formation obtainable on application Vi
the Lady Superintendent, at the I103-
 stances be such, a* in the case of
J municipality, that it is Impossible to
vote a lump sum in any one year lor
he carrying out of the Vork. tho
principle' I have already set forth re-
Hns unaffected.    One design should
.ttll be followed, whether the amount
available for expenditure be ten dol-
' lars or ten thousand.
Respectfully submitted.
G   K. MACLEAN. C.E., M.R.V S .
Landscape Architect.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary It. C. H.
ACT NOTICE.
* ^stminster Land District.    Dis-
T\R.     "f r>Jcw Westminster.
INge nf ����TICH    aM    ��>rillt>    E.
|��V,'r,.   V:lll|,ouvor, occupation mas-
Psion t1*' ''iu',1(l8 t(> "bply for per-
r^eil 1 " J""'''1"1"" the following do-
Uteri '"' ' '"ommenclng at a post
frill fl���"" ''"'"'i   RlVef,   Pemberton
���cennMi���    ' ,""'"' of 0roe" l'llk"'
iaini. .,"     N" ''hiiliiK. thenco east B0
|>V""""
l^llt   I
r1 ini'in'i"^ 80Uthwest comer post ol
l*��r��np,    '"r- eonialning   840 acres
i^l      lBI,8.
'Sn""' WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Pellr����ry _io.niyriV" l'erril(1 * UrlClK��
Kirland of North Vancouver, occupa- ,\<KW WESTMINSTER LAND D1S-
tlon married woman, intend to apply TRICT���DWMdt of New Westmin-
for nermlBSiOIl to purchase the follow-  atW, B. O���Take notice thut I. Peter
Ihn  deSOTlbed landa:    Commencing at   Ci   lensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-       	
a nnal  nlanted about  half mile soutli   Moll i���oker, intends to apply for per- bv an accepted cheque on a chartered M��v.�����.,   .-. - ��� . . ,      , ,���,,.,,,���
of T   I    lot   l.'.ns and one mile oast  in,SKlotl t0 purchase the following de- bnnk) payable to the order of the Hon-, Westminster. B.C., March 7, Mil. j that district, yesteida>
0   Haslam lake, thence eas. so chains,  srI.���,ed lands: I orable Minister of Public   Works   for. .... ���.h�� ,t���v 1 s.i��  a
thenoe south so chains, thonce west so     Commencing at a post planted about one thousand dollars ($1000)    wnicn
chains   thenco north 80 chains to the  ,hroe   ,n|ies    northwest    of    Haslam win be forfeited If the person tender-
nolnt of commencement, and contaiu-  Ijllkp> thence west  SI) chains, thence tng; decline to enter into   a contract
im 040 acres more or less. | n0rth SO cliains. thence east 80 chains, wl,cn called upon to do so or falls to
1SAHELLA  McKAKLANH.  '"'    "' " -   -������-��'"-
Ilv D. O'Hara, Agent.    |.,,niliiciiccnifiu.    ami    i.-******.********,    -������������ mi< tranfr mi uw ��"._���� > -���>--    bui   i.oreiiui.i     "...   ������*. .---   --    -- -     -.     ���--    - iv,om    with    Arv
will be returned. ...   .J Fairmont Athletic club   on Tuesday necessary to supply them   with   ary
Moran and  McFarland Today.
New   York,   March   13���The   star
GOATS   FLOURISH ���,������_.. . H
ON   PEND   D'OREILLE
Nelson, B. C. March 13.-"Coats and
sheep seem to do well In the Pend
d'Oreille valley," said P. J. G ejwer,
who has just returned from a trip to
that district, yesterday. "While there
the other day I saw a herd of about
sixty sheep and twelve Angora goata
feeding-on the hills. They belonged
to William Reith, who purchased
the  goats  last  summer.
I  am  tod
Dated February 17,  1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
February 17th, Mil.
south SO chains, thence
1 to point of commence.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
T\KE NOTICE that 1, Clinton P.,
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:    Commencing at a post p anted
rih^r^rr^r ��&;*. -water ^ mv * .i*�� a
ienee east o" eiuuuo,  When canoa upon 10 uu du ui  �����������> *~i       ������kii    l"     e-��"v-   ���-"-  .,   j���-i�����   th��
tbence  south  SO chains,  to  point ot comp,ete the work contracted for.   If event of the week on the local publl- thftt they did very well during   the
commencement,   and  containing  G40 the tender be not accepted the cheque l8tlc calendar will be staged at the winter,  Mr.   Relth  onl>    ""^J"8
acres, more or less.                                ] wm be returned.                        ,'_,_' Fairmont  Athletic  club   on  Tuesday necessary to supply^ the
PETER C. JENSEN. The department does not bind   It-                                                 h     Q food on a few occasions.
n   O'HARA   Aeent self to accept the lowest or any ten- nl��ht-   u wlu brms ,�� ^, "��          . "There are at present between 300
I). o HARA. Agent, self to accept me                                   ^^ tfae gturdy Hu,e Brltl8her, and &n<, m head of cattle In the valley.
aer' '        By Order, i Packey McFarland, the Chicago light- and they   t0o, did not require much
R  C DESROCHERS,      weight, In a ten-round jaunt, no  de- feedlng during the past winter which
Secretary, clslon.   Both lighters completed their hftg been a very favorable one from a
nenartment  of  Public   Works,  Ot- training. McFarland ln this ctty and ranchlng polnt of view.
tawa   MaTch 9   Mil. Moran at Lakewood.   With both  men      ���We flnd that ^th the approach of
Newsnarers will not be paid for this in good condition the battle is   ex-       ,     the dem,nd (or ranch'lande In
,=; wlM"be~mart;i,nde7Parrv.of advenK^nt If they Insert It   with- P-ted to be one of the liveliest seen p   ,^jj. ^,*, jjj^
11- out authority from the department.       hereabouts this winter. lng fatt and expect to see ft J*mr **���*
very rapid settlement'
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
!,   I PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MA
RCH 14
1911,
]
rea
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind tbat lasts. The kind
you have beard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and stands
at tbe top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
bad in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
tbe asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railwav Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the ac2ident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay!
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
SsI
plOM
'SAIE
We remove from
our present store,
at the end of this
month, and are
making a reduction
on all hardware to
clear out part of our
la-ge stock.
Take advantage
of this sale!
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Corner Sixth and Front Sts.
Permission was granted to the Westminster Lacrosse club to hold its annual general meeting In the city chambers on Friday evening, March IM.
Francis Cannon, charged with an
Indictable offence, witli acquitted by
Judge Howay in the county court yesterday morning.
Davies Green Houses Is tlie place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 208 **
A meeting to dismiss tlie advisability
of sending help to tbe starving thousands in Northern China will be held
in the city hall this evening.
Fashionable spring millinery opening will take place at Mrs. Moore's
millinery parlors on Tuesday and
Wednesday, March 14 and lfi.       **
Two men named Menard and Do-
louglicrty, convicts out on parole from |
tlie B. C. penitentiary, were returned
to that institution yesterday morning
to finish their terms, having been
found guilty of theft in' Vancouver.
The hest kiln-dried wood, a three
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three horse
load for only $3.00.   Phone 411!.      **
F. II. Cunningham, an official of the
fisheries branch, who was recently appointed chief Dominion fisheries inspector for British Columbia, is en
route to Westminster, where he will
make his headquarters.
An orchestral concert will be given
in Sixtli avenue Methodist church this
evening, when the program recently
rendered by the Westminster orchestra in St. George's hall will be repea>-|
ed. A male choir will assist. The con-1
cert is to commence at eight o'clock.
Tonight the fourth of the series of i
five matches between teams represent-1
ing Westminster and the National
Sports club of Vancouver will be
played in the rooms of the latter olub
and excitement is at fever heat over
the result.
Dominion Resident Engineer G. A.,
Keefer has made an application to the,
authorities at Ottawa for an appro-j
prlation to permit the commencemei.t
of the building of jetties on the sout'i
arm of the Fiaser river, as suggested
in the Le Baron scheme, lt is tlie intention to construct about 7000 feet
of the north jetty this year.
Rev. M. Van Sickle, for six years an!
evangelist in Ontario, yesterday even-1
ing commenced a series of e an. e istie'
services at Olivet Baptist church.;
when a good si/.e.l audience listened \
with attention to bis message. Mr.
Van ��� Sickle will deliver addresses I
1 every evening this week. Tonight he
['speaks on "The Butcher Theology."
Tlie Canadian Western Lumber company, of Fraser Mills, has just been
awarded a contract for supplying six
million feet of mixed lumber, to be
used in building l.r> stations on the
line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Delivery will be made at Edmonton. The
amount of the contract is about . I 10,
! 000.
The docket fer the monthly sessi in
of the county court which opens this
mcrning. is lighter than usual. These
are the cases to be heard: Carl3on fi
Lusk vs. Baillie; G. F. Davis vs. Oscar
Harry; United Editors, Ltd., vs. D. ,1
McQuarrie; George Macklin vs. W. P.
White; T. A. Swift vs. Fernridge Lumber Co.; Peoples' Trust Co. vs, G. T.
Bradshaw.
The following team of jller !iockoy
players will be pitted against the
Vancouver Imperial rink quintette at
the Pythian rink this evening: Goal,
Fitzgerald; point] Swanson: centre,
Goulet; forwards, Wagner and Huff.
Spare 'man, Adams. A Vancouvei
man will referee. A return match
will be played in Vancouver on Saturday.
A verdict of death from natural
causes was returned by the medical
man yesterday pn the body of Mrs.
Oksley, who died on a street car from
Sapperton to this city Saturday nighi.
The date of the funeral has not yet
been decided upon as a relative from
Phoenix lias been telegraphed for and
nothing will he done until this member
has been consulted.
Mrs. Frank Pearson, 4^^ Third
Btreet, will receive today, but not ou
Wednesday.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. H. Pcarse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Box 455. **
It will be to your advantage to inspect our special order samples before
selecting your spring suit. A. S. Mills
�� Co. **
I     Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
The Public
Supply Stores
CROCKERY
As we have notified 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.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t.
Gech
Adams
Phone 92
Saturday, Marcli 11
Monday,   Marck   13
and Following   Days
It is with pleasure we announce
to the ladies 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  TO OUR  SPRING   OPENING DISPLAY]
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MWR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
At the meeting of the Woman's
Council held tn the K. of P. hall yesterday It was agreed to assist tho
Vancouver women ln the question of
moving so thut young girls of Westminster as well us the larger city
might have some place of confinement
where they would be senl, instead of
to prison, In tlie case of a first offence.
In the home suggested tbere should
be taught duties which would benefit
them in after life. An appeal will be
made to the provincial government
and action demanded on the same^
lines as the home for boys which has
proved such a success at Point Grey.
The movement was the outcome of a
talk made in this city last week by
Mrs. McNaughton, of Vancouver.
Fire Insurance
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Have you ever thought what a financial loss a fire would be to
you ? Let us relieve you of that financial worry, by taking a
policy out on your house, f uniture, etc.
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<Jne People s Trust Co., Ltd.
W. F. EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431  Columbia Street, Phone 669
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
. .- ..i
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver: 5, 5:60, 6:20, Blow, <���]
and every half hour thereafter until 11, p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  ti,  7, R BD0 e*
hour until 11 p. in.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuvei at .:20 a.       |
a. in , and 3:20 p. m.
hour tn
w
i
TO   COST   $10,000.
Cleared Garden Land
$200 per acre
Additional Exhibition Buildings to  Be
Erected  at  Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, March  l.'l.���At a meeting
of the directors of tlie Nanaimo Agri-j
cultural  and- Horticultural  society it'
was  decided  to  call  for  tenders  lm-1
mediately lor thc construction of ex-'
hlbltlon bulldln. R to cost In tbe neigh-1
borhood  of $10,01)0.    The'new   buildings will present a very handsome appearance,    They   wlll  be, located  oni
the  corner of-Kennedy   and   Went-'
worth    streets,   the    building    facing
Kennedy and overlooking the bay.
Several ten acre blocks to choose from. This land has been under cultivation for some years and the crops have made the owner
rich. Two crops of potatoes will pay for it. Handy to market. Transportation by steamboat and railway. Canadian Noithern building
through the farm. Why buy brush land when you can get cleared
land at $200 per acre.
Terma, one-third cash, balance to arrange.
_J.liart&Co,LW.
.     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
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Vancouver
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
| Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and ever
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction tor S tevesto .
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. ***��� il,u
hour thereafter up to 11 p. ni.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 P **������
To Chilliwack���leuve New Westminster !) a.m. and 6:06 P.O.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY C<
Are You Awar<
that electric power is available from our mains, which no       al������
ln addition to branch mains���from the west end   of    '���      j)rlineti
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, tnen
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   flic *f2��jve,
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical elceiiio
Applications  for  electric,  power Bervlce may be ma< <-' VanCOur'
pnny's local office, or a postal mailed to the head oun ,
wdll also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y,
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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