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SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   PRID4       Y MORNING, MARCH 24, 1911.
MUST STOP FIGHTING
BY FIRST Of MAY
PRICE FIVES CENTa
DR, CARICRISTI SAYS PRESIDENT
TAFT INSISTS ON EARLY CESSATION Or INSURRECTO WARFARE IN  MEXICO.
������������������������������������������#^
Strike Is Likely.
Calgary, Marcli 24, ��� The
conference between the miners
and tbe mine operators will in
all probability be called off,
the men having refused the
owners' offer of submitting the
disputed points to arbitration.
The spirit of the men's delegates is to secure all they ask
for or call a general strike.
���LANGLEY DELEGATES
ARE NOT INSTRUCTED!
���������������������������������������
��� ���
EXPECT 10 REDUCE
ESTIMATES BY $90,000!:
������������������������������������������������
__^ ^^^^^__ CIVIC   ESTIMATES.
gan    Antonio,    Texas, Marcli  ""
With the new    demand    for six    or j Expenditures for 1911 Reach Respect-
seven thousand recruits the issuance able Total of $387,537 11
of an order by Major General Carter      Yesterday the council'advanced to
making provisions for a sudden move,  the penultimate stage of the estimate*
should  it  be  required,  and    a  state-   and   everything,   with   the
ment by Dr. C.  F. Caricristl, one of jof  the   finance   committee
the dominant  figures  in  the  Mexican I now ready for the weekly
revolutionary junta,  that  the  United j Monday.    The
States would intervene in Mexico unless there was a definite show of tranquility by May 1, the war cloud looked
large today.
Sure of Assertion.
Ur. Carlcriati felt sure enough of
his facts to embody them ln a report
ni Francisco I. Madero, the revolutionary leader, who at the last report
was within thirty miles of tbe city of
Chihuahua, Dr. Carlcrlsti urged the
lnsurrectos' chief to achieve a decisive victory at all costs by May 1,
for. he wrote, President Taft will not
wait longer than that for quiet to be
restored, business resumed and the
traffic over tbe railroads to be secure.
The courier departed from here today.
Investigations at Washington.
Most of Dr. Carlcristi's investigation was done as Washington, although he has been on the ground at
Kl Paso and Laredo and is now In this
clty.
An  inkling   of   something   unusual;
afoot reached  him  some time before!
the famous Paris interview with .lose
Y\es Llmonieur,   the    Mexican   minister of finance, and he proceeded at.
owe to Washington.
In an interview today  be sa!d:
"Of   course    a    complete    federal
triumph in Chihuahua, the restoration
ef communication and other business,
likewise would avert intervention, llut,
I do not know absolutely that Presi-1
dent Taft insists that order shall be]
restored, and quickly, by one side or,
the other in Mexico, with the alternate ol intervention.
Must Hold Chihuahua.
"In my repoit to Senor Madero,    IJ
pointed out the necessity of capturing I
.and holding  the state of  Chihuahua.
lf this ran I e accomplished, I am convinced   the    revolutionists    will    bej
recognized   as   belligerents   by   the
United  States  and  by  other  governments.
1 '\V.e leason to be'ievo that May
1 is the data set for the termination
of President Taft's patience with the
disorder south of the Itlo Grande.
Neither side wants intervention and
I bell <��� firmly that federals and revo.
ts would make common cause
against an Invader.
"The financial Interests of the
United States In Mexico are immense
ami with that of Europe is greater in
a money souse than that of Mexico.
!. entlj l i omplled statistics which
show that there is a billion dollars of
American money in Mexico nnd that
the interest o
ttmt sura.
exception
report,  ls
meeting of
reports are
.1 43,891.66
���     6-790-00lVertised,
Kennedy
^^^^^^^^^ respective
as follows:
Light department  	
Health  department   	
Markets department     2,8(12.50
Police department     15,275.00
Parks department     2,466.00
Library department    2.350.00
Hridge department   2,111.00
Board  of  Works department���
Engineering    6.819,32
Maintenance  28,649.63
Water department    12,038.00
Fire   department     2C.418.00
School department���
Ordinary     68,269.00
Special by-law    179,000.00
LIBERAL     ASSOCIATION     ELECTS
OFFICERS AND APPOINTS REP-!
RESENTATIVES   TO    NOMINATING CONVENTION.
The  spacious new
Corners,  was  half
hull.    Murray's
OFFICIAL    FIGURES   WILL    PROB
ABLY    BE
PRUNED ��� TOTALS   *
i v
ARE  BIG, BUT WORK  MUST BE   ���
DONE���THE   DETAILS.
Following are the official figures a.i:
Rebels Driven Out.
Agua Prleta, Sonora, Mexico,
March 23. ��� Via Douglas���
Thirty-six rebels and eight federals are dead us the result of
a nine hour battle at Lacolo-
rado, south of Hermosillo, according to an official report
received here. Th'e rebels had
possession of the town, but
after hard fighting weie driven
out.
���������������������������������������������������
TEMPLEMAN SPEAKS
ON RECIPROCITY
MINISTER OF MINES ADDRESSES
ELECTORS OF VICTORIA���DESCRIBES HOW INDUSTRIES OF
B. C.  WILL   BENEFIT.
HORRIBLY   MANGLED.
filled   on  Wed nes-1 taken  from tbe estimates of the ten1
day evening by an interested assemb-i departments over wbicb the city coun-
lage of Langley Liberals and others,I W> ru'es-    The scliool board estimate
a********^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^1^ ^^���fls
A. Miles Killed by B. C. E. R. Car on
Burnaby Line.
including a number   of   ladies, when  JMgg  ����*>��<��?"����� ��'    *��� I npo�� ifW^Slhle^SJt^par'
A. Deans, honorary president of    the ! 1,e,ml/ed  "f,ure*  ��*nnot   ,e , made   uf 	
district  association,  called  the  meet-' unh��e" h* thf trustees Of the boa.d,
Ing to order as a public meeting in, wh,lch al��nLe , bh ^sponsible-
the  first place to  hear addresses on;     '�� ��" likelihood a private meeting
Dominion  political  questions, as    ad-  of the council will  be held prior    to
by 7ohn'~01lver,'   Oeorg'e | ^ordinary session
and J. W. Weart, the latter  at, u,1��  lhe  flnancla
on  Monday  and
committee  will
however,  not  being  pres-
gentleman, ^^^^^,     .  ^	
ent. I which later in the evening    will    be
Messrs.   Kennedy   and   Oliver   ad-  ���**mltted for acceptance,
dressed   the   meeting   in   tbat   orde.-,      Whilst in many quarters It is said
dealing principally with the at present  thal the estimates are in advance of
overshadowing issue of the reciprocal  whal was expected,   it    must be   re
iors on the body of A. .Miles, who was
accidentally killed on Thursday morning by one cf the B. C. E. H. construction motors on the Burnaby line.
Tlie body was horribly mangled by
the wheels of tbe big car and   it   is
*___ �� ~~~ ",      T^nZ.  ".'" I thought that the unfortunate man was
bring  forward  its  yearly  statements. <__,_ ��   .   .
Total   $387,537.11
NAME   FOF;   A   BANK.
Opposition to Calling New Institution
"Banque du Canada."
Ottawa, March 23.���Though the pro
moters of the Banque du Canada carried the name through committee
with flying colors, it is by no means
certain that it will be as
in  making  the  many jumps still be
what was expected,   it   must be
trade  arrangement  with the    United  numbered that this year it is the instates,  now  before  parliament,    audi tent'on of the council to go full steam ,  ���_   _.,
were accorded a heartv vote of thanks  ahead   with  tho  6treet  improvements   ;u>0';t /���> years of age.   He is said to  staple industries of this province
at the    close-the    chairman    having1 a"4 a* this will cost a huge sum of j have   ,een emp.oyed as a flunkey at!     Lieut-Col.    Currie,   in   introducing-
first invited opponents of tbe govern-  money, the estimates have  been  ab-j���f ��[_the B'  C-  h- K- camPs along  the  minister of mines, gaid  he
ment to speak, which invitation was; nortSAUy high *	
asleep between the iails. The crew
of the car were unahiu to see the man
and nothing was known until they
felt tbe car passing over the body.
They stopped at once and found the
body beside the track.
The deceased was a man evidently
about 3'
On the occasion of their flrst meeting since reorganization the Liberals
of ward one, Victoria, on Wednesday
evening, had the pleasure of hearing
an address on the issues of the moment by Hon. William Templeman.
.Minister of Mines, who is in that city
for a day or two before he returns to
Ottawa from attending the Chinese
immigration inquiry at Vancouver.
Mr. Templeman went into the question of reciprocity from the point of
view of the consumer, demonstrating
that the saving in the cost of necessaries is going to be very large, and
then showed shortly and concisely
how the new trade arrangement will
be of the utmost advantage   to   the
not availed of. |     It is a foregone conclusion that the
On  the  adjournment of the public, estimates will be reduced by at least  GERMANY
meeting snd the retirement of those! *90,000 ere being finally acceptable to j
not of  the  Liberal  persuasion,  H.  J. |the ratepayers.
LAUNCHES
TURBINE  WARSHIP
Wark, president of the Langley Liberal association, took the chair, and
the business of tbe annuaT:jneeting,
chiefly the election of officers, was
proceeded with, the following officers
for tbe ensuing year being unani-
cbosen: President, U. J.
^^^^^^^^^^^ fli st vice-president,
William  McColm. Otter:  second vice
successful! �����,Jf1>'       .    .   ..
Wark (re-elected)
W.
third
fore it reaches the statue book,    ^l ,
ready changes in name are being can- j president
vassed.    Tbe  names   Banque   Franco- I Ln&8��ey;
Canadlenne and tbe    name    Banque McDonald, Beaver:  secretary, Arthur
General  du  Canada  have been    men- I Anderson.  Murray's    Corners:     treas-
Here are the details:
Light Department.
Electrician  $1956.60
Foreman   1,340.00
Operator   1,200.00
Wlreman  6,380.00
Wiremen, trimmers and linemen    6,380.00
Metermen    1,600.00
i.���'jer-
Kiel,    Germany,    March
many's   first   turbine   battleship,   The
Kaiser, was launched yesterday,    thq
birthday  of    Emperor  William,    and i
was  christened   by  Empress  Augustc
Victoria. Emperor William looked on. I
, ..���  was.
one of the most respected members of
Sir Wilfrid Laurler's cabinet. The
Liberals of Victoria wero proud of
bim as a fellow citizen; that he was
not the city's representative at Ottawa was a thing they were all ashamed of and a thing they were going to
remedy at the earliest possible moment.  (Hear, Hear!)
Need   of Organization.
Hon. Mr. Templeman   was
J.    Mackintosh,   Fort Clerical	
vice-president,    John Other expenses (about)
1.600.00
2ii.000.00.
tinned  as  acceptable
the present title.
substitutes   for
English Appointments.
London,   March   24.���Colonel   Seeley
has  been   appointed   under  secretary
for war, and Lord Lucas under secretary for the colonies.
UNDERSIZED MEN
ENLISTED IN ARMY
DESIRE OF U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT TO FATTEN FIGHTING
FORCES RESULTS IN ACCEPTANCE  OF SMALL  RECRUITS.
Chicago,  March   23.���The   war    department   is  so  eager to enlist   men
that  lu  several  cases today   recruits
��^^^^^^^^^        , who did not come up to the regular
:f Europe Is ahout half  physical requirements were admitted
I on waivers signed by Adjutant Gen-
greeted
In a christening speech, Chancellor , �����f c?���laU* when he rose-   He said
Von      Bethmann-Hollweg      described  tha;. whlle a11 over the province Ltb-
The Kaiser as a ship of mvsterv, the' erall6m  seems to be somewhat   dor-
admiraltv, as is the custom, withhold-   mant;   J"dKlnS   ��ont   M*    representing all  details of    construction    and   tlon ln the loc'al house and ln the corn-
equipment even to the matter of ton-  mons' nevertheless Liberals are just
naKe and tbe number of guns to be  " numerous as ever. "* fact I think
urer   -\   Deans                               __\    1                  ..������.���.  ..carried.    It is thought the vessel will  they are more numerous than ever be-
Before   proceeding   to   the   election  Officer of Health   $     600.0 ���')  have a displacement    of between 21.
rat ,t<.lPP��tps to ihe    nominating    cou-  Inspectors        2,895.00   (,00  and  24,000  tons  ar.d    there  is  a   ,      .        t,.       ,       ���  .        .     _   .    .
?:.n\;rtrbX,,d%? New  W^tmin-iOther  expenses  (abouti   .. .    3,285.0V y^^JU beamed with  gy " ^^^^^
ster on    Friday,    April    21 next   Mr. g _g() ..the new fourteen inch guns. and R Qnly  needB   ��J pertecllng   ot
federal  oifr| Markets Department.   ' \     T1,e Kaiser waB iaM down on July' organization, the education ot tho vot,
1,   1909,   provision    for  her  construe-
Total $43,891.66
Health Department.
Officer of Health   $     600.011
fore.    If  we  had  proportional   representation there would be thirteen or
Oliver,  chairman  of tke
trict  executive,   briefly   explained  the  ^^   .^.^
on 	
eral Ainsworth, ot Washington.
Lieutenant F. R. Kenny, in charge
of a recruiting station, said that the
waiving of qualifications was unusual
and indicated that the men were needed badly.
Nearly all the recruits are being
enlisted in the infantry.
One of the men admitted was four
constitution of the convention _.   .
convention and the desirability of per-, Other expenses (about
fecting organization    and    setting    a I
candidate   in   the    field    this    early,1
though    a  general    election    in    the
ordinary   course   was  not  to  tie    ex-'
pected for some time yet.
The following delegates, with their
alternates, representative of all parts
of   Langley   municipality,   were   then!
proposed  and    unanimously    elected: |
Georsre    Simpson    (alternate,    W.    J.'
Mackintosh). .Tohn  McDonald  ialternate. D. Shortreed), Albert Deans.(rf
ternate.   H.   Reynolds),   R.     J.   Wark I
(alternate, J.   Matheson),  L.  Beckett
(alternate, D. W. Poppy), J. Heafy tal-j
ternate. W. S. Bodaly).
After considering a proposal to instruct the delegates it wns decided
not to do so, but to leave them free
to exercise tlieir choice at the convention.
The meeting then adjourned.
842.o0   tjon haying been made in the German
naval  program oi that year.
Total   $ 2,862.50,
Pclice   Department. j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
EIE^'---^i^^^Eis^ARRANGE TOR TESTS
Other expenses   (about)....    2,435.001
Total   $15,275.0J
Parks  Department.
Official $ 1,140.00
Other expenses  (about)        500.00
Outsiders Hold Credit.
"Just how much Influence bas been
exerted in Mexico by certain great in-]
ttrests,  1  cannot  say.    1  can  swear |
that the revolution started within its
onn borders of its own forces, for I
helped to start it.   But it gives food |
for thought  to know that one of the
W.  interests that bas much invested;     ���.,,. ���. ��� ���_i-m     ' su
has always been on    tbe   friendliest  pounds below the minimum weight-     h
terms with.President Dial and has re-   i_R pounds-and ano her was five   eet
ceived many  concessions from    him. j three inches tall, an Inch shoitei than
Another   interest   with   more money | the standard.	
and an eye on certain natural resources of the country has been an-
tagonlsed at court by the former.
The interests of the later In a change
of administration seem obvious."
Death of C. P. Eastman.
After suffering from tuberculosis
'or the past year, C. P. Eastman, a
well known native of this city, died at
Ids parents' residence, 845 Broadway,
Vancouver, yesterday evening. Defeased was twenty-two years of age,
and the only child of his parents.
Mr. Eastman's demise was ndt un-:
Wpected, bis recovery having been
despaired of for several weeks. I
Pmieral arrangements have not yet|
heen made, but theso will probably be
under the auspices of Post No. 4,
Native Sons of B. C, of which order
Mr, Eastman was a member.
PARDON  PROBABLE
FOR GEORGE ADAMS
MADEROS SELL BIG
RUBBER   PLANTATION
  |
Torreon,   Mexico,   March   22.���It  is j
authoritatively announced here    tluxtj
Evarlsto  Madero and sons,  Including
the father of the rebel leader, Francisco I.  Madero, have just closed    a
deal through representatives of their
family  ln  New  York  for the sale to
the Intercontinental Rubber company
of all their Guayule rubber factories
and about 4,000,000 acres of land on
which  the guayule shrub  is growing
profitably.
The consideration    is   said to   bo
about |20,000,000 gold.
The Rockefeller-Aldrtch interests
are in control of the Intercontinental
Rubber company. The latter company has been trying to purchase the
Madero guayule rubber interests for
more than two years and the transaction was finally brought about by tho
revolutionary disturbances, the Mad-
deros fin ling it desirable to retire
from this branch of business.
CASE   OF   GUNNER   ALLEN.
Supreme Court   to    Hear Argument���
Counsel for Defence Assigned.
Ottawa, Marcli 211.-���On Mondav
next tbe case of Private Thomas
Allen, who shot and killed Captain
Ellison in Work Point barracks, will
be argued on appeal before the
supreme  court.    Yesterday  afternoon
e chief justice announced that as
the prisoner had no moans to retain
counsel the court would nssign counsel for the defence. The court accordingly assigned tbe duty of coun
sel for the prisoner to .1. A. Ilitchi^',
crown attorney    of    the     '������    *'
Carleton.
Total $ 2,465.00
Library  Department.
Librarian    $     900.00
Other expenses  (about)....    1,450.00
Total    $ 2,350.00
Bridge  Department.
 $ 2,900.00
(about)        136.00
Of FEELING Of TREATY
Operators  ....
Other expenses
PUBLIC MEETINGS WILL BE CALL-
ED    IN   LONDON   AND   UNITED
STATES ON SAME DAY TO DIS-J Iation���all have been in the very best
CUSS ARBITRATION.
ers and a clean flght���which must bo
insisted on���for our party to win. if
the people of British Columbia would
vote on the merits of the questions
and on the record of the two parties^
they would reverse the veitlict of last
election as far as the Dominion is
concerned. I do not know on what
question tbey can successfully assail
| the Dominion government during tht?
last fourteen years. I think it will
have their unanimous approval for iU
policy in trying to develop the western country and B. C. in particular,
by its settlement of the prairies, its
building of the G. T. P., its policy on
trade questions and Its general legls-
London, March 23.���The best means j
of promoting an arbitration treaty be-j
tween England and the United States
was considered  at a meeting of the.
Free Church  council today.
jcc.o  ,.  F     it was decided to postpone the pro-
Other staff   19,601..00  jecte(i  demonstration  ln  Albert  hall, |
Other expenses  (about)     7,615.00  recentiy arranged for April 1, so as to
Total .
Board
of
 ���    ...$ 3.260.00
Works   Department.
Engineers  f $12,495.32!
l-nginteisi.        w io ana.on1
Total
.$34,468.95.
Water  Department
Salaries $11,252
Other expenses  (about)..        " ,,ofi
interests cf  the  west, and  the  very-
best interests of B. C.   Looking at it
without  prejudice and on  its  merits
tbe legislative and administrative acts
of the La.ii ier government, their policy has been ns I say.   If the government went to the country on its past
record it would win.    And with the
Inauguration  of navy and  the Introduction   of  a   reciprocity  agreement
with the United States, a matter that
tills country has'been striving for for
allow time to arrange a simultaneous ( forty years���with the proper present-
expression  of  feeling  in  the   United  atlon of these two tp-eat questions to
1 I th��   . iti7ens    of   Victoria���on    what
 B
3,386.00
Total (credit act. $4320). .$12,638.00
Fire Department.
Salaries $20,205.0)
Chief's   auto        2,200.00
Fire   alarm        1,060.00
Other expenses  (about)....    4.54S.00
county    of
BADLY WOUNDED MAN
IS DRAGGED 35 MILES
With Leg Broken and Chest Smashed
Avalanche,   Trapper   Makes
Trip  in  Midwinter.
in
Total   $26,418.00
DOMINION LANDS AGENT
IS GIVEN NEW POSITION
John   McKenzie,  After  Thirty
Service in One Department
Gets Easier Billet.
Years'
Dominion   lands
Open In July.
March 24��� The Union rail-
in
BARLEY  SOARS.
Tacoma, March 23.���George Adams.
*hp is serving a ten-year sentence
in  McNeil   Island     penitentiary     for ���
Mealing  gold  dust  from  the  Seattle j    Toronto, 	
���way office, while he wus cashier of 'way station In  Winnipeg,  Duni ai
that  institution,    will    bo    pardoned| rost of $1,500,000, will be opened
vi|hln a Tew weeks, according to   a
repojj received  by  Alaskans now  in
T��"oma.    Adams has been an exem-
Iwy  prisoner,  and  tie*a served  five
""us of bia term.
While cashier of the assay office
Adams substituted black sand for gold
oust which he stole from the deposits
made by Alaskans. The shortage
'eaelied about $250,000 from these
"Derations and the government real-
1(/('1 about $125,000 from his property
Ahout three years ago,  Adams'  wife
  the   citizens    of   Victoria���on
This decision was largely due to a   	
^^^^     even though an opponent of the gov-
States i
 'ground   could   the   average   elector.
S'a^S'kStf i-lT Sl ernment. oppose a Ubera, candidate,
(Hear, hear!)   _
"I know when it comes to an elec-
with    the    corresponding    American
bodies in order to make clear    tliVt,      -.^	
what is done in the country is in sym-  tion great issues are sometimes for-
pathy with the feeling in the other. \ gotten.    Some of onr opponents will
 , i ignore the navy, they will Ignore bet-
UNITED    CANADA. ter  tr��('e rf'at'����B* .t*6y, 7tU   ,gnora
                             everything that the Dominion govern-
u    r,! ....!����� ��# ...������, i_ n���mininn   ment has done for Victoria, and raise.
No Divers ty of Interest   n Dominion, . '
���    .      '   __      _�����.��_   r>ii.,.r I some  petty   question  which   will  ap-
Declares   Hon.   Fra k  Oliver. I     ��   4ejud,ces or the io��
Montreal. March 23.- I have no pa-, of a eIectorate. Liberals have to
tience with the people who hold that k at th edu(,atlon of the voter ln
there  ls a  diversity  of   interest   be-the th       ���   meeUng8,    au(1
tween one class   in Canada an.     an-jth       h guch organlMl0onB ��� this> BO
other     declared  Hon. Frank  Oliver, ���      t,    L|b ���, once
speaking  before  the   Canadian   club   be ,n   ,    liscen(jlincy...
yesterday on   The Place of the North- Reciprocity.
west in Canada." The ralnister then took up the great
"We are occupying a country, if not Uon of the d      reciprocity, aud
as large as Europe, at least as large n ,       refer<mce to the chauged
as   western   Europe    which   is    from  &Mme   f th_ ConBervatlve party t0..
many standpoints the civilized word th_ wM nad been ,
of  today,  which  holds the  world  in  favo_ Qf when ,n ^ unU, tha
the hollow of its hand. uberal government BUCceeded In ia-
Hiis is an age of combinations, of  cur,n        agreement. But llke the crv
,���    ��� M��r,h   "3 -Crushed InI    'Iohn    McKenzie,   Y��^_���.nU��n_ mergers, of vast aggregations of capl-    , di8iovalty raised in the case of the
Bellingham,   March   23.--Cru8neain been appolnted consult ng win, country ,s ���
snowslide which wrecked his cabin     *    t for the same department, taking! tal.    the aa> ....__ __, .^ navy
in tbe Cascade mountains, a hundred I charge of his	
last Janu-1     Mr.  McKenzie is succeeded as Do-
^*^************************!.. ~r**r.���
dl
'"rend him.
Alaskans, generally, are said to be
""Posed to the granting of the application for a pardon.
July.
New
Made
miles east of Bellingham
ary, with a leg broken and his chest
smashed, Lou Haggenbush, a trapper, was carried and dragged thirty-
five miles to the cabin of a negro hermit on Ruby creek, where the injured
man has partially recovered. He is
now being brought to Marblemount,
on the Skagit river.
Five days were spent by George
Henderson and Sam Winter In getting
the  injured  trapper  from  the  scene
mtnlon lands agent by Mr
formerly homestead inspector in the
Interior of British Columbia, and Mr.
Lewis, late of the Kamloops office,
bas been named senior assistant on
High    Price  Record
Chicago Yesterday.     .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
23.���Bai ley   today : of the slide to the negro's cabin. Dur-
new high  price re-1 ing tbat time they had little food and
$1.13 a bushel  no protection from snow and cold ��x-
'  cept their blankets.   In addition, they
Chicago, March
made an entirely
cord in Chicago.
cord in Chicago".   JJ   o|U IW�� | ��  "��� ���������   ,n addmon, they
was paid.    Tbe rise to a.   . tacked -   cu to ofl repeated
to 4 cents, making a    ^n't' oSuple! attacks of wolves which trailed them
more than 20 cents In the last coupie �� dlstttnce.
of the grain has
more
of weeks.    Scarcity 	
developed sharp competition between
malsters and brought about a boom
excelling any of the kind previously
known ln the trade.
�����    d T7  ipi������ j i i�����^ ������.i *v,~  "��w  - all for effect, all with tho
gone.   Prince Edward Island and the  ,,���-,,. .��� _���,, _������i�� rki.t. .��,��* t ik
Maritime provinces would not like to <*f i^^taTS^SL^ifiS
McGee>e a separate country as they once  ^d Lad S^mSSSSL of 2
had been, and the prairie Provinces  em djd
do n4t want to be a separate nation- ,      *
riiy.    We   rea ize   the   necessity   of       aro_ge antauon,^ t0 a governme^
._   _. bu,l\f.e u? �� united C,a?ad*'  ���    , J Where they had no sound argument.
th5t te jus? rtout thirty years ago' the i��S ���S-'SSBSS!^?ff2? t0 advance Mr. Templeman remark-
since MrUMcKenzte flrs^entered the tlons of'the community that we can Ss^?*of^^<^l��to?r& ��
service of the Dominion lands de- expect to achieve the.ultimate destiny ��JJJJ ��J^JgJ|g**g
partment.   For the past twenty years, of what we hope to be  one  o    the h her     ^   f h    *' ^
*'���-* '~ this city   as, greatest  countries   in  the   world,  a  .        -^^ " >.
���B_   Ice,! leader ��n r'-"'--^      ^^^^��-.--- w-
and has also been in charge of   the; that makes for civilization in cue d��h-| attem_t
Dominion ^
years
The
r     For the past twenty years
he has been stationed in this city   as   greaieoi  tuuu^.v.-   .���   ���
agent for that branch of the service,! leader in civilization and everything       ' . -' rpv,ewlne th- h|.tDrv Df thn
��� ,o been in charge of   the that makes for civilization in tbe Brit- j BtS���Bty^^^^,7r.?. ^
railway    belt   for   many m***************^*^*^*^**
j health of the recently appoint-' Ity during his speech, but confined his  ir^'*7s*U.'"aoce   *
���" "* h" ,oft �� "eat I attention to the argument that what   .^he6prosperlty'of
tended towards tt ^^^^^^^���* v     v     i
minion of Canada
��    ��,."   aii     .        .< ��� ..     ' lations with the United   States. Mr-
Mr. Oliver did not mention reciproc- Templeman gpoke of the Elgin Ueiitjr
m_*l     during whleh   pe
ed consulting agent has left a great attention to �� -s��� ^"7  ������---, noa me p.u��4��..w of the east wm m*
deal   to  \)e   desired   for< some   time1 tended towards the success of the Do- j doubted    This treaty had been nego-
^^^^^^^^***********************-~.mmKw    ���Avorn-
past. The new post which he has
been called to fill wlll not call for
such strenuous work, he acting more
in an advisory capacity, a duty for
which his long experience    in
for the whole distance
The  rude  surgery  of  the   hermit
must be followed by rebreaking the  which >i>o .v���� ~~r     ���.   , ,
knitted bones to keep the man from  branch of the federal service specially  two days nt the boundary
being a permanent cripple '   mmiifles him. 1 admitted to Canada. ,
  tlated while a Conservative   govern-
B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k   | ment was in power ln Canada.   Then
Negroes Admitted. | after confederation, in 1888, in   the
--..    Winnipeg,   March   24.���The   Okla-  ftr8t tariff law adopted there wae  a
this homa negroes who were held up for  standing offer to the United States of
have been
qualifies him.
(Continued on Pag* Three.) vtW
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 19H.
Wants
WANTKD ��� ASSISTANT AS IM-
prover, at once. Apply Miss Davey,
milliner,  111 Sixtli street.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
FOUR fine lots on Edinburg street,
close to Fourteenth. Price $2000.
No. 198.
BURNABY���Two view lots Third avenue, only $500 each; nothing cheaper.
WANTKD ��� GENERAL    SERVANT,
wages no object. Apply Mrs. George
Adams, 7;',2 Twelfth street.
WANTED-
furnished
close in.
City.
TWO     COMFORTABLY j
rooms    for    gentlemen;
Address   P.   O.   Box   HOS,
GOOD modern Six roomed house,
largo lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3600, $600 cash,
balance over two years.   No. t>2.
GOOD   six-room   bungalow   or    Fifth
avenue, close in;  lot  86x132;   price j
$2660.    No. 70. , I
COAL
New
Wellington
���
L
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
PUN KAILWAY FROM
MISSISSIPPI TO ALASKA
-14 lots in  D. L. 95;
Bargain price.
only,
WANTED���THREE MEN TO TRAV-  BURNABY-
el.   Salary and expenses weekly. No     $;;0o cnci,
canvassing.    Experience not neces-j _	
sary.    Security required for sample F(FTH    STREET���Lot between Sixth
cases.   Room 4 King's hotel, city.      j    and geventh avenues.   Price $075.
FOURTH STREET���Near Durham, lot
facing west.    Price $S75.
WANTKD���LADY WISHES Position, good housekeeper and good
cook.   Apply Box 2, this office. ,       ; ,,
WANTED-MRS.    RUNACRBS,    RE- PRINCES8 STREET-Near Sixth, full
pairs clothing neatly, from a stock- j     sized lot.   Price $850.
ing to a silk dress.    711 Queen ave-; ^^v^^^^--
n"��' .��� KELLINGTON & HENDRY
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN, APPLY
to Hoyal City Dye Works.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
WANTKD TO RENT���FURNISHED I
house, flve or six rooms. Must b.>
close In or near car line. Write,
giving price and particulars, "Careful." Daily News office.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
Some Facts Tend to Point to Big Projects���American   Capitalists   Have
Offered to Guarantee Bonds.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver
si,-.
New Westminster j
12:10��� Fro
nnd jDknna. :
'rom
an.
From
Montreal,
(No. 97).
Vancouver.
and
Kootenay
(No. 9(>).
WANTKD���YOUNG GIRL TO
care of two small children.
307 Carnarvon street.
TAKE
Apply
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
WANTKD���A GIRL
housework. Apply
314 Eighth street.
FOR  GKNKRAL
Mrs. B. Fletcher.
132x164  feet  on  Queens  avenue   and
Eleventh street, $10,000.
WANTKD���WE HAVE TO LOAN
$20,000, amounts of $500 upwards.
P. Peebles, (!20 Columbia street.
THREE large lots
28, Uurnaby, at
terms.
in  block  16,
$450    each:
D.   L.
good
17! 05
19:20-
Mlssion.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
22:50���From Winnipeg and
(No. 1).
Departures.
S:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   (No. 90).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
-From Vancouver, Seattle and
Nicola.
Ni-
THREE  lots, a corner, in block 6, D.
L. 28, Burnaby, $1200;   good terms.
WANTKD���FIRST CLASS TROUSERM ���
maker.    Apply J.  N. Aitchlson, Co-  SMALL
lumbia street.
WANTKD���AN OFFICE BOY FOR
real estate office. Apply Diamond
& Corbould, Lavery block.
HOUSE on 100x100 feet in
Sapperton, near new car line, $700;
$250 rash.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westmlnstei
DOUBLE corner in Sapperton, a snap!
buy at $1225; one-quarter cash, balance 21 months.
FOR SALE
OUR SHINGLES ARK A
better than is necessary,
lay them cheaper. They
better roof.    Westminster
LITTLE
You can
make a
Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 8R0. Box 1003. lf yoj
prefer, order tbem with your lumber through Small &  Bucklin.
132x132 on Fourth avenue, Eleventh
and Augusta, the prettiest building
site on Eleventh street; cleared
ready for building; $3500; good
terms.
HALF ACRE within city limits, gently
sloping land, light bush. $900; one-
quarter cash, balance 24 months.
Owing to failing health I sliall dispose of my property on the following
easy terms, except where otherwise
specified: One-fifth cash, balance ti,
18 and 24 months;  7 per cent.
12
Kdmonton, March 23,���Are powerful United Stales financiers, with ni'.l-i
lions tied up in coal lands, copper mining claims and gold dredging propositions in Alaska and who see in the
vast north land of Canada untold
wealth awaiting the Individual or corporation that will tap it with railways, contemplating the construction
of a line from the valley of the Mississippi, across the intervening thousands of miles of Canadian prairie,
through the wonderful Peace River
country, tbence by Pine River pass into British Columbia and on into
Alaska?
Such a line is now predicted by
some of tbe best versed railway enthusiasts of this city, persons who
havo drawn such a deduction from
Ague-1 happenings of tlie past six months.
I This line would be unique in that it
would intersect the continent longitudinally and would cross possibly
twelve transcontinental lines almost
at right angles.
Has   Good   Authority.
A  well-known  Kdmontonian, with a
knowledge   of   financial   and    railway
affairs,  informed  Tbe  Journal  yesterday that he had it on good authority
that such ii scheme was now in an nd
vanced    stage    and    that    the     most
powerful   railway  corporation  on  the
continent, tbe C. P. R., was vitally interested.    According to the Journal's
informant, a number of American cap-1
italists. interested in the development
of  Alaska,  discussed   the  scheme   in
Dawson City some time ago and their
deliberations   resulted   in   a  joint   offer by tbem to guarantee the bonds of
a  line   from   Kdmonton,  through   the
interior to Alaska.    Although be was
not positive as to which railway com
pany had taken up the offer, he pointed out that the construction of an a
most  direct   line  from   Moose  Jaw   toI
Kdmonton by the C.P.R.. the expend!-,
ture  of  a  big sum   on   a   high-level!
bridge   crossing   the    valley   of    the
Saskatchewan   here,   and   the   persist-
ent rumor that this company had fo.-'
mulated plans for a line into the north i
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXE8      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    ANn
FANCY GLA8S.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
N. BKARDSLKK,
Vice-President.
W. F. II. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
��� LUMBER CO., LTD. _
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale Dealers in
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash,  Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
Do Not Waste Money
fouti-
Save a little systematically, for It Is the stuff that the
dat ions of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to spend for what is
needed now and to invest for what shall be needed in the future.   Money cannot be Invested until It is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR  FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.      Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
^_ land,  thence  via  tbe Pine  River pass
CARIBOO  AND  FOURTEENTH  STS.   jnto British Columbia, all appeared to
��� Rooming bouse with two annexes,   make tbe deduction feasible.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ Is    Bone   of    Contention.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
THREE lots corner of Eighth street
facing Moody Square. Price $3100,
on .ood tenn--.
FOR      SALK���THAT      BEAUTIFUL
residential property  on    Blackwood
(east side), Armstrong and Carnarvon Sts., 132 feet square, duuble corner.    The rapid expansion of business will in a short time bring tbis
property to the front as a busine 13
proposition, when its value sliall In !
crease beyond piesent expectation.
Only    $18,000;    cash,   $50u0;    easy
terms; 7 per cent.    Also lots 2 and
3 of block 94, Burnaby, 1 1-5 acres,
opiosite  Royal    Oak    hotel.    Near
tram line and on tbe projected highway  to  Mexico.    Its  value must   increase enormously with thc opening
up of this international road.   Only	
$2500;  one-third cash;  easy teims    WEST END LOTS Lot
7 per cent.    Half usual commission j     street,  near  Sixteenth
on each property. D. D. Bourke, 131G |    $gso, on good terms
Cariboo stieet.    Plione R 482.
SAPPERTON-
1 er month.
���Lots $50 cash and   $10
LOT on  Princess street   near   Fourth
street.    Price ST''t>. on terms.
on   Nanaimo
street. Price
FOR SALK���IN 10, 15 AND
blocks, or more to suit purchaser,
facing on Yale road, near Coast
Meridian road. Price $100 per acre.
Easy terms. A. 11. C, Daily News
office.
FOR SALE���CHEAP, A FIR COUN-
ter IG feet long by 2\_ feet, at I. A.
Reid, nexl Tram Office.
_____.! NEW two-story house on Seventh
ACRE I street, near Queen's avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace. Price $4200, terms
third cash, balance 6, 12 and is
months. Good only until the 20th of
this month.
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia  Street.
FOU SALK ��� STANDARD BRED
horse "King Patchen" with buggy
and liarness. Will sell horse alone
or with outfit. Can be seen tit
Fashion Livery stable. Apply R. F
Walker, Westminster Trust Co.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
FOR SALK���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and liarness, can be seen at Kell-
lngle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
FOR RENT���FIVE ROOMED HOUSE
���on    Seventh    avenue    and    Howler
street, $15 per month.    Apply  1314
Cariboo street.
. ��� I,
TO RKNT���TWO HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
also large room for two people; $1.25
per week each. Apply 224 Seventh
street.
CITY���Corner lot on Fifth street with
'lot   adjoining,   each   50x120,   $2100,1
one-third cash, balance usual.
1
CITY���:3   feet   on   Clarkson    street,'
close to Sixth, $400 per front foot.
lots 00x132 and 66x66; present income $50 per month; estimated
rental of seven best rooms, reserved
tor family use $35; improvements
in progress will probably bring
revenue up to $140 per montli. Location, one of the best in city foi-
workingmen's rooming house. Price
$7000; one-third casli. Remainder
of 4-5 acre on Fourteenth street.,
flve nice sized building lots, $9600,
Adjacent lots sold recently fo"
$2lo0  each.
LOT 172, BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���
'The best yet," see Province Feb.
���jr., page 18, first column. Shaughnessy Heights not in it. Block 7,
eight lots on Twentieth street, in
orchard. $5000. All block 8, 22 lots,
lour streets, 80 yards from  cut-off,
$12.	
LULU ISLAND���Ten acres, Sec. 34,
about a mile from city limits, 42!
feet deep waterfrontage, $20,000.
Five acres on wesl I.air' of block 20,
city, Improved, $10,000. Three acres
near Garden 1 Ity station on Steveston  line, $1500.
SURREY���Port Mann. 10 acres improved, Sec. 35, corner Quible and
Townline roads, $0000. Port Kells,
17 acres, 10 acr^s almost cleared,
excellent soil, chocolate loam, six
room house, stable, outbuildings,
well and fencing, all good. Young
orchard with small fruit on three
acres, highly cultivated; on Latimer road, with two side roads; otin-
quarter mile from Townline. Five
minutes walk to either wharf, C. N.
K. or G. N. station; an ideal home:
similar improvements on heavily
timbered land would cost the price
now asked for all, $5250.
CITY���Full  size lot, 66x132, on  Roy. i
avenue,       between       Tenth      and
Eleventh streets, lane at rear.   Fir.'
factory   or   warehouse   site.     $���'���""
one-third cash.
it will be remembered that recently in the federal house at Washington,
the matter of Alaska has been a bone
of contention and a problem defying
solution. Alaska has been Buffering
from a form of government, a one-
man commission  which "has  not   1 11
satisfactory to Alaskans, according to
Rex Beach and others intimate with
the situation. Her mining regulations, enacted by a disinterested, unsympathetic government al Washington are prohibitive to all, and are noi
calculated to place the development
of this all import ant resource on a
working basis. When taking 0111 a
claim, the prospective miner does so
conditionally on a sworn promise
that he will not dispose of bis holding to either individual or corporation, and that he will conduct the development personally. Then, to prevent monopolizing of the situation,
the benign l'nited States legislature
has prohibited the acquirement of
more than one claim by each individual. Without transportation facilities, and facing only one solution, tbe
private construction of lines at a prohibitive cost of millions. It would be a
losing proposition to attempt to work
, any of the claims. Thus Alaska's development lias been tied up Insofar
as coal is concerned.
Conditions    in   Alaska.
The  fisheries of  Alaska have been
fairly   woll   exploited   and   have    pro-
j duced   much   wealth;    copper   mining
has been doing fairly well; and it has
! taken  a great many  more dollars to
get the gold out of Alaska than ever
I were recovered in gold production.   It I
is for such reasons as to suggest that
that vast territory be ceded to the Do
it.iiATcr-Min    nn .   ���_  ..   minion of Canada.
AF.BOTSFORD-20   acres,   west   half       W|th  .  ,ine of  ralUv,,v  rimnociir-.
of   southwest  quarter  of   16  of   16, ^ interior of Alaska and the Yukon
good  soil,  five    acres    cleared,    an ^^^^^^^^^^^m
orchard; estimated value of timber,
Clearance Sale
 of 	
Ladies and Children's
Wear
Tht
A. J. BIRTCH
W hite House 617 Columbia Street
*****************************************************
��� ���
STORE, BANK
AND   OFFICE
FITTINGS I
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
^^^^^^^^^        J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORK8���Corner  Eleventh and Cer
******************
PHONE
half mile from mills on
lake, $f>400. Also 40
Abbotsford,    northwest
southeast quarter of 16
SAPPERTON���Lot 66x132 on Devo/
Street, price $42&; one-third cash.
balance 6 and 12 months.
TO RKNT��� EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on First street and Eighth avenue.
Rent $12 per month. Apply Mr. Cor-
dell. 308 Sixth street	
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURN18H-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
^^^   Westminster]
Transfer Co.
ufllce 'Pbone 115.     Barn   Fiona 1S7
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   .e
any part of tke city.
4 Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT
THF. DAILY  NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAY8 To ADVERTISE
EDMONDS���Lots 66x120 in sudbivi-
sion adjoining car station. Fine
aspect. $000 up; one-quarter cash,
balance over  is months.
COQUITLAM���On Clark road, close to
Port Moody, 2'.', acres ripe for suo-
dividlng.   $500 per acre; easy term-i. j
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
$2 '00;   or.e
Abbotsford
acrea near
���tarter of     ^	
. ol 16, ",ood soil, $3000.
SAPPERTON���One-fourth   interest   In
24 a .es on east side Brunette river
and  south of Pitt  River road, $12,-
6 ���')  one-third cash.
Cod titles, mostly indefeasible; no
incumbrances. For further particulars apply to Owner.
D. D. BOURKE,
1310 CARIIIOO STREET.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
i Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
I ��hon�� 661
Residence Phone 133
JOSEPH TRAVERS
LOT on Qublin, all cleared, with small
house.    Price very reasonable.
SEVEN roomed house on full sized
lot on Regina street. Price $2750.
Terms.
4
NEW modern house on Eleventh
Btreet, near Fifth avenue. Price
$3700, on terms.
EIGHTY acres adjoining Port Manr.
Price $400 per acre, for a few days
only.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703.    Residence L611.
Real  Estate   and   Insurance Agencies.
Auctioneers, etc.   Money to Loan.
Walker Block, Columbia  Street, New
Westminster.
with the great centers of commerce
in the l'nited States there would ba
hope for Alaska. With millions ' invested tbere such financiers as the
Ouggenheims would so a long way towards tbe subsidization of any railway that would undertake the herculean task of boring a line of steel
through the mountain fastnesses of
tbe interior of northern British Col-;
umbia. the Yukon and Alaska. Andj
the Ouggenheims represent but one of
the many almost equally powerful
concerns that would figure in such a
proposition.
Would   Tap   Rich   Country.
To build such a line through the intervening thousands of miles of country would be the acme of folly were it
not   that   almost   every   mile   of    Its
length   would  tap  country   replete  in
minerals and possessed of almost unequalled     agricultural     possibilities.
That   the   line   through    the    fertile i
prairies of the Canadian northwest tj I
Kdmonton   would   be   an    investment;
capable of taking care of itself and
realizing big dividends ls too appar-1
ent to permit of doubt. \
Lying to the north and west of Kd-1
monton is one of the greatest lands of i
promise thrown open to any people'
since the Children of Israel were led
into the land flowing wltti milk and
honey. It ls a land of great navigable rivers and lakes teeming with the
finest of food fish; of expansive alluvial prairies already declared by
agriculturists to be jar-excellence in
matter of soil; of a climate that considering its latitude is marvellously
mild, thanks to the same mysterious
chinooks, whose balmy touch has
moderated the otherwise frigid atmosphere of central and southern Al-
(Contlnued on Page Seven.)
FfcgJTTON tHste nnd perfect sanitation demand
Alshaitlrie walls.    Alhastlne  is ".P1'"1
with cold water nnd n flat brush     AlabslMM
con be re-coated without removing old co��,
Alsbastine walls lmve life brillisncy, beauty.
Thev arc the onlv snnifnrv walll known.     *��"
bastine will not fnde or rub off. Come in sna in
us show vou the 21 different tints, and ��Pe��B^'
of Alnhnstine work.      Alabastined  walls COW
les-; thnn others, and Inst longer.
FRFE BTteNCUS���You c��n net chsrmjn*
Stencil.,  worth from 60* to $l.nu.  free.     WJ
us tell you chart this free Stencil offer.     w
FOR SALE
T. J. TRAPP & CO.,
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street        - -        New Westminster ������"HMMiMBHHHI^HIi^^^BB
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Busy as Nailers
BECAUSE
We do our business on sound principles,
absolute honest prices and reliable furniture. We will not fool the public by
raising the prices and then lowering to
show an apparently low price. Our prices
are marked as low as possible all the time
and you can always rest assured you are
getting good value for your money.
Honesty is Our Policy
Denny & Ross
RELIABLE   HOME   FURINISHERS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.
CASH OR CREDIT
Phone 588
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THIS AD. IS FOR THE
Twenty-
Five Dollar
SUIT MAN
If twenty-five dollars is your price for a
SPRING SUIT, Sir, then it is
intended for you.
We choose to put forward our greatest
value-giving effort at $25.00 because it is
such a good average figure. The price that
thousands like to pay.
HOUSE
OF
HOBBERLIN
LIMITED
We'll show you a diversity of colors and
pattern assortments, a quality of fabrics and
a freshness of fashionable models at $25.00
that are simply out of the question at most
stores at this price.
THEN AGAIN, the man who wears one
of our $25.00 suits, is not subject to the unpleasant reflection that he might have gotten
more for his money elsewhere ���for THAT'S
IMPOSSIBLE.
Reid & McDonald
Successors  to Reid & Company
601 Columbia Street. The Store ��f *****
Templeman Speaks
On Reciprocity
(Continued from Page One )
Showing the New Styles
E
VERY whim of fashion is reflected in these Fit-Reform
Suits and Overcoats.
reciprocal dado relations whenever
the U. S. would give us reciprocity In
natural products. In 1869 Sir John
Hose went to Washington to try to negotiate a treaty and failed. In 1870
the standing offer was repeated in
the tariff and in 1871 Sir John A.
Macdonald again tried to secure a
treaty. In 1874 the Liberal government came in and Alexander Macken-
I zle sent George Hrown to Washington,
I when a treaty was negotiated but was
i rejected by the L'nited States senate
{ In 1879, after the adoption of the
national policy, the tariff contained a
standing offer of reciprocity which remained until IS. I, when Sir John A
Macdonald went to the country on the
.'luestion of reciprocity, dissolving the
House because he wanted a declaration of the people on that Issue.    In
181W the Liberal party in convention
at  Ottawa  put  in   their   platform   a
189S   under  the  Laurier   government
plana"  endorsing   the   policy,   and   In
the Joint high commission   discussed
it, and it would probably    hae vbeen
agreed  to but  for the fact   that   an
agreement  could  not  be  reached  on
the   Alaska   boundary,   the   fisheries
and other matters, and so the wholj
thing fell to the ground.
From  1854  to  1911   reciprocity has
been approved of by both political **&*���
ties, and  as the Conservatives  were
longer in power and made more attempts to secure an agreement it did
not lie In their mouths to attack th3
government    for   accomplishing   the
very thing they had been strenuously
advocating for so long.   (Hear, hear!)
How   Consumer   Benefits.
The agreement which bad now been
I concluded   is  a  business   agreement,
Mr. Templeman went on to   say, and
the question of how it would   affect
Canadians   was  important  to  all.    If
the  people of Victoria considered   it i
was not  good for them   they would i
vote against it.    If they Judged it as
a man would judge a bargain with his |
neighbor, and that was what it was,
an  agreement to facilitate   trade, to
remove obstacles hindering the free-
dom of trade between two contiguous1,
countries.    Speaking to that audience
he  was  addressing  numbers   of   the i
consuming   public   and   the    question
they had to consider was:    Is the re-
moval or reduction of duty on a large
list   cf  necessities  desirable  or  is iti
not? \
|     Take  potatoes, for instance.      Was
jit a good thing to pay an extra twenty cents a bushel on potatoes? Would
I its removal do the consumer any
good? (An elector���"lt certainly
would.") That was pretty high protection, especially when it was considered what an enormous quantity
had to be imported.   Only a few days
' ago an Ottawa lumberman  with Fra-
j ser river interests had told him that
i he was bringing potatoes three   thou-
j sand miles from Prince Edward Island to supply his camps. On cattle,
sheep, lambs, poultry, there was a
duty of twenty-flve per cent ad valo-
i rum, and these were now to be free. ���
' (Hear, hear!)    This province did not'
'supply  one-half of the  farm  produce
! according to the budget statement of
the provincial finance minister. Mr. j
Price Ellison had stated that we import $14,000,000 worth of farm produce, while the province produced
$14,300,000. This was an extraordinary state of affairs. Most of the imports  were  from  the  east,   but  then
on these tbe consumer had to pay the  ��� wU..=~..��
transportation  <-hra.es.   which   pretty   Uiauftry.   ***%** '������"****��**��  thes in Canada, voted for reciprocity
lin-,.11 ovonorf nn with the dutv on the   com ng into Canada for years and it r
Amertafn J^duS     Oats  and  grain   had never been possible to put a duty   and declared that they could take care
bushel.I on rough lumber. The American duty of their loyalty there better than any
which would be wiped out. and bay,'j of %2 had been reduced to |1.26 and fellows in Toronto. I can remember
wmen  wouiu  ne  wif. . ; ^ ^ ^^ ^   sq ^ Canadia���   ������ _  _���.. ,,���_. ss..* ���..������.. . ....
Fit-Reform styles are creations���be assured of that.  They are
correct, down to the smallest details.
And you wiil find our showing most complete.
Whether you come to buy, or merely to see, a visit will be
equally welcomed.
The Styles shown above are two of
the new 3 button Sack Suits.
ln   English   Worsteds   and   Scotch
Tweeds���$20, $22, $25.
304
F1T-
BEF0KM
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   NTew   Westminster
a lot of money us a result of reciproc-   here take less," s:iid Mr. Templeman
ity. in  conclusion.   "In  Saskatchewan  the
Victoria    lumbermen    had    already   other day Mr. Haultain, whom I con-
spoken as to the good effect on their*  ._���_ ���������    ,,.���,.,_
i���^.,���.,.,.     <���,,... ���,,���.. j.,.,,1..,.. h���j k    ���   sider one of the most able Conserva-
industry.    American lumber had been
tne amy on uie   coming into Canada for years and It tlveB ,n Canada, voted for recipn
   r     Oats  nnd  grain '��� had never been possible to put a duty and declared that they could take care
I j carried a duty of ten cents a bushel.'"" ������������< inmhor    The .\marti*an Hniv -�� .i.���i_ i���.... ...��� ^-..-- .*���
which would be wiped out. ai
paying $2 a ton would be_free.
Reduction   of   Duty
In addition to the articles on which
the duty was removed, which must re
  ._       .   remember
       ...,��� _.    as a boy how that question of loyalty
lumbermen would be able to compete  was   raised.    The  old   flag has   been
 -^^^^^^^^_^^^^_ ���'���������!���������"      vana      I.llBCl!. lilt?     UIU     Hit.       uns     iieeii
with American lumber in the United, waved periodically for flfty years for
-..-.States market.    On shingles the   re-  political   effect,   and   will   be
duce the  cost of living,  there   were1 duction was from 50 cents to 30 cents   again  with
^^^^ -      nM�� ..       . 1, ,...,.!���       .,...-      it      afar,      �����.      f.A^       /',.         a a     J_
wave-1
in tha
duce the cost of living, there were duction was rrom !>u cents to so cents again with as little effect as in tha
large reductions in duty on food pro! a thousand; pity it was not free, Ca- past. I do not take any stock in that
ducts, among  them three-quarters of   nada being the greater producer. Bort ���f thing whatever.    The govern-
a cent i^ pound on bacon and hams,; Mr. Templeman said he would have ment that has dope more than any
fifteen per cent on beef salted, seven liked to see free trade In coal but other to solidify the empire, the gov-
per cent on pork salted, six per cent | this only illustrated the great dlffi- ernment that has done more to bring
on other meats, seven and a half per | culty of framing a tariff to apply to  Canada  closer  to  Great   Britain,  tho
. ����     mm     aamma I     ma.it.     ntt.l      tmnltrv   :  nil    itttrta   ttt'    till*    ('(111IIT r V.       The      Mai'l-    <,,.v.,t-Titiinnt     that     pni'H     lirefprpflt'ti     tn
cent on canned meats and poultry
and ten cents a barrel on flour. Going Into the States there would be
greater reductions and our producers
would    have    that    market.      There
i Bhould   be   Just   ono   opinion    anion-
consumers, that large body of the pop-
] ulace, regarding the reciprocity agree-
i ment;   some producers might  hold a
I different view.
It had been claimed that the effect
would be to injure our fruit growers.
There  were  different   views  on  that
| point.
all parts of the country. The Maritime province mines had the market
as far as Montreal and wanted protection from the American product.
The reduction made wns only eight
cents a ton, from 68 cents to 4f> cents,
lie would have liked from the Hritish
Columbia standpoint to see coal admitted free to tho United States, because the Vancouver Island mines
would have benefited to an enormous
how  the
 tho
government that gave preference to
Great Britain, sent a contingent to
South Africa, that established a navy
and is prepared to spend millions
every year upon tt, is not the government, nor is the Liberal party tho
party, to be charged with disloyalty to
the empire.    (Cheers.)
"Something has been said here tonight about an early election and the
necessity of being prepared. I may
tell you that there has been no discussion  touching   the  holding  of  an
  extent.    It   was remarkable
There  were  dtlTerent   views  on  umi. idea that we should not trade with the  clll81on   ���,��������� uu ���,   .���
point.    Mr. Hurrell said that reciproc; United States could gain any currency  eiectlon, but no person can tell what
Ity was a smashing blow at the Indus-! when for years 75 per cent of our coal   may happen   and 1 would advise Lib-
, try.   Maxwell Smith took the very op! production had gone across the line.  orala nnt to he caucht naDDlne.
j posite view.   While there was an Idea  Now   we  probably  consumed  60   per
; that the fruit Industry would   be in-'cent, but 40 rer cent ls going to the
jured this was doubtful to his mind,I States today, duty or no duty.
i and  he could not help thinking that! The' Fiihlng   Industry.
! if our growers can offer fruit as good j    British   Columbia  fisheries  it seem-
as or better than  their competitors, j ed to him would benefit   enormously, corainR l0 lneir COIlvltI,IUUB, ��������� ulou
tliey could easily meet their compe-  perhaps moro than all other Industries  j am gure tbat victoria will be found
  ...... ....     .... ,...,.������*.,������    whot hnri heen a erlev-  .���   ,,������  ������������  ������,���   ������,,  th���  ornokp(1
erals not to be caught napping.
"Victoria is Liberal. There are, I
believe, more Liberals than Conservatives in this constituency, and tha
same with Vancouver. The only
thing is to get uli electors to vote according to their convictions, and then
ln line once again and the crooked
work hy the Conservatives in 1908
will   have   been   properly   rebuked."
(Cheers.)
R. L. Drury.
R. L. Drury expressed his pleasure
I j tltion and get an even higher price for I put together.   What had been a grlev-
their superior products. j anee ever since the halibut Industry
Over the line fruit lands cost from   was established  was the  fishing   off
$100 to  $150 an acre more than   It; the Canadian coast by American fish-'
did on this side and one natural   re- ermen. All these years Canadian fish-.
suit of reciprocity would be that the  ermen had been faced by a prohibitive      K   u urury expreBBeil U1B ���,������,������
American  fruit grower would say to duty of one cent a pound on  halibut,  at bel regent   and   conwnt���iate<!
himself that if he could get cheaper  while American boats caught the flsh the ward OJy the perfeCu0n of its oris, nd  and   grow  better  fruit  for  the  and shipped them east in enormous  ganlzatlon.    He repeated his former-
New \ork market he would cross the  quantities,   reaping, large  retu.ns   lf lv.stated beUef thnt an election would
I line.   The wheat growers further east our cruisers could only keep the Am- ��.��� u��m h.rn�� th�� VB*r was out and
were doing the same thing.   "I believe  erlcan  fishermen  outside   the  threa-
the removal of the duty on fruit will   mile limit they  could  not carry   on
be to enhance the value of the fru'.t  fishing profitably.   What   would hap-
: lands .on   the  Okanagan  and   proba-  pen   immediately,   Canadian   bottoms
! bly those around Victoria,"  declared   wpuld catch the ha'Unit; there   would
Mr. Templeman. be no object in the Americans going ,n    ______ lPIPttl_���, �������� ���������.���
Benefits   Oil   Industry. | up,    He look���Ki to Prince Rupert be- waB only (he cl|max of a whoie cam-
Speaking of the effect of the whale coming one of tbe great fishing cities , of" mi8representation as to some
oil Industry, now being conducted by of the Pacific, the halibut banks be- futl,rG over-rvnnlng of the province bv
one of the most prosperous compa- ing near there. But both Prince Hu- Taran��se But to'av no one could al-
nles on the Pacific Coast, the minister pert and Vancouver would be ship: ',epe that there had been any such in-
I said the duty on oil was reduced by ping points, whence flsh caught In Ca- flux Trades unions and congresses
[ eight cents a gallon going into the nadlan bottoms would be sent to New werg dellcate barometers on such mat-
States. He had that day been In- York, Boston and other eastern mar- terg but none 0f tbGge hodles hail
formed by a member of the American kets. been heard from !n objection to what
duty on whale oil would be a great     "I do not take much stock In  this the government had done in the mat-
thing for the Industry.   That was one  loyalty  cry  which   our   conservative ),
Victoria Interest which stood to make friends are raising, and the   people;       (Continued on Page Seven.)
be held before the year was out and
that lt would be held on live Issues���
the naval question ond /eclproc'ty.
During last election the Conservntiv)
party had hammered early and late at
the Oriental immigration question:
the forged telegram was historic, but
/ pkqv. romt.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24
1911.
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The Daily News
Published by Tbe Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
NO
SENTENCE   FOR
YOUNG
INVENTOR
FRIDAY, MARCH 24,  1911.
MUNICIPAL    AFFAIRS.
The special meeting of tbo city
council on Wednesday, when the aldermen put in an eight-hour day to
consider and approve the estimates
for tbe year, appears to have been
one of the most business-like gatherings this body has held for quito .
Ring time. Several matters of con
siddrabie importance came up
consideration and for the most part
tho council dealt wisely with these.
The general increase of salaries of
responsible officials wliich was decided upon is, we consider, a -very
sensible and proper step. We believe
the   vast   majority   of    citizens    will
Calgary, March 23.���The young flying machine inventor who has been
imprisoned for over a week on the
charge of defrauding the Bank of
Commerce of a large sum of money by
means of a false telegram, was allowed to go on suspended sentence this
morning. Baden was an operator at
the C. P. R. and that company stated
that they did not wish to press the
charge providing that Baden would
refund tbe money to the bank.
Before releasing Baden from custody, Magistrate Smith stated that he
did not know many of the particulars
of tbe case, but he would warn him
not to do anything again against the
law or the full penalty for this offence
would be added to liis sentence. He
stated that he was allowed to go on
account of bis wife and child, also his
aged father, and if the C. P. R. had
not decided to deal leniently with
him, he would have been compelled to i
sentence him to a term in the penitentiary.
Baden is now supposed to be sane
but in a moment of weakness, and in
his eagerness to secure money to;
float his flying machine, he committed the crime. B. W. Collison, bis 80-
f0r j llcitor, stated to the court that the
money would be returned to the bank,
and all otber expenses would be C0V-,
ered by  Baden.
MIRACULOUS RESULTS        i
IN JJNVEGAN, G,a !
GIN PILLS Brought Relief
"I suffered untold misery even when   I
under treatment from the l>cst doctors   |
for over ten months, and nothing seemed
to do me any good or relieve my painful   j
condition.    My trouble was liifkunina-   i
tion of Kidneys and Bladder.
I finally determined to go to the Victoria
Hospital, Halifax ,for treatment.
Two days, however, before my intending departure, a neighbor called and
happening to have a GIN HLL in
his pocket, insisted on my taking it. I
did so and six hours after taking it, the
results and benefits I derived were
simply nothing more or less than miraculous.' Instead of going to the hospital,
I sent for a box of GIN TILLS with the
result that I am a cured man. I recommend GIN PILLS toeveryoue suffering
from Kidney Trouble."
Lewis MacPhbrson.
Take GIN PILLS on our positive
guarantee that they will cure you or
money promptly refunded. 50c. a box
���6 for $2.50���sent on receipt of price
if your dealer does not handle GIN
PILLS. Sample box free if you write
us. National Drug aud Chemical Co.,
Dept. B.C., Toronto. 12
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $0,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
Tlie Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tho
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also iu
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drufts issued without delay
011 all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   ���connections
afford every  banking facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
PROSECUTOR   MAY   ORDER
LIQUORS    DESTROYED;
Bellingham,   March   2.1.���Tho    case'
of the state against Simon McLeod, d|
agree  that good servants  are  worth former liquor dealer, of this city, who;
is  on  trial  for  alleged  infraction   ofl
the  keeping and  that  it  is at once
costly   and   unsatisfactory    to    bave
constant changes in the ranks of the
officials.     Beyond   this,    however,   it
must be borne in mind that with the
rapid   development   of   the   city   the
burden of work and responsibility has
increased  and   is  increasing  for  the
beads  of  the  principal   departments,
and it is therefore, a bare act of justice  to enlarge their pay.      To deal
srudgingly  with a  good  and  capable
worker  is  never an  economy,  a  eir-1
cumstance which is recognized in all!
the  greatest business  establishments,
throughout the world.    The new positions which it is proposed to   create
will   make   for   increased    efficiency
and enable the affairs of the city generally  to be  more  satisfactory  dealt
with.
We are glad to see it has at last
been recognized that it is necessary
to improve  the means  and  methods
of scavenging in this city.   A body of
four men, with a dump cart and wagon will be provided, with a view to a
more   prompt   and   thorough    collection   and   disposal    of    garbage    and
refuge.    We  have   for   some   considerable time urged  the  necessity   for
such action, being aware that, as Alderman   Do )1   expressed    it,    many
parts of the city are in such a condition as to form a disgrace to a white
man's land.   As to the periodical removal   of   refuse,   which   we    understand is now to be instituted, a bylaw   should   be  passed   requiring  the
provision of a sanitary portable dust
bin  for  every   house  and   tenement,'
and the proper use of same by every!
occupier.
Tiiis establishment of a scavenging
department is certainly in the right
direction. But it is to be regretted
xhat Alderman Dodd lias not gone   a
.the local  option  law,  opened   today,
with Judge Joiner, of Skagit county, I
sitting for Judge  Kellogg,   of  Whatcom,   and   from   the   opening    state-,
ments   of   Prosecuting   Attorney   Bix-]
by it may be  gathered  that   in   the
event the prosecution proves success-!
fui the county attorney will insist up-1
on the destruction of McLeod's $20,006
stock.      The  prosecuting attorney  is 1
relying for a conviction on the claim
that McLeod did not content himself j
with  disposing of  the large stock  ofj I
liquors which he bad on  hand  when j
Bellingham   went   dry,   but   that    he |
imported whisky and beer-from Seat-j
tie.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Cunnda md
Newfoundland, anu ln London, Kng-
ttnd, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issuer available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Di. nrtnient���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
aud Interest allowed at 3 par cent, per
innuin   (present   rate).
Total   Assets  over   $180,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
HOW ARE THESE TERMS ?
FIVE  ROOMED HOUSE���Modern;  lot 66x132;  on Fifth avenu
Second street.   Price $11000, terms $1200 cash, balance
21 months at 7'per cent.
12,  IS
lllld
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE���Beautiful design, modern, on Fifth
lot OBx. 82;  price $1100, terms $1400 cash, balance 1
months at 7 per cent.
These houses
arc offered for the next thirty days at. the
ihe
nvenuc:
HI and l'|
prlcei
P. PEEBLES,
620 Columbia St.
Telephone 307
��������������,,,
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Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulpher Solution,  Paris Green, Whale 0i
Soap, Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
1 Ryall's Drug Store j
|f PHONE 57.
I ���*
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE 2
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*******
(obertsElectricCo.
47 Sixth street
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhargers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street. Phone 5R7.
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
We have a few of those unbreakable
Tungsten lamps left. Call and let
us show you them.
Electrical,
Contracting, Power
and Motor Work.
All  work  promptly attended to and guaranteed.
Phones 761 and 588.
WE  HAVE
.35c
Ceiling Brooms  (long handles)
Scrub  Brushes    15c
Stove Brushes  20c
Hand  Brushes 5c
Clothes Brushes   15c
The Royal Sludio
| 610  Columbia   St.,   New  Westminster.
Mrs. A. Wiggin. who was connected
| for many years with Messrs. Lafayette,!
jof Xew Bond street, London, begs to
| inform the residents of Xew Westminster and surrounding districts that
she has purchased and reopened the
photographic business at the above address, and is prepared to ofTer high
class pictures tit very moderate prices.
Child portraiture a specialty. See
show cases at door.sav.
Mtep further and  made provision  for
the   proper   disposal   of    the   refuse clothes Pins   5 doz. 10c
which    his    scavengers   will   collect.'
Nearly   t?.o   jea.s   ago   the  expendi-
Bon Ami    (the   best window cleaner)
ture of a sum was sanctioned by by-1 2 for 25c
law for the provision of an incinera-
i Silver polish, per bottle   25c
' Cleanser    3 tins for 25c
i Washing Ammonia, per bottle ....20c
Cooking and Eating Apples 5 lbs. 25c
tor; but, though the money was raised, this appliance has never been
provided. Exactly how the garbage
and refuse is now disposed of we aro
not aware. But whether this is still
dumped on the reeking old heap in
the West End or taken out to sea by
a scow, as was at one time proposed,
neither is a proper or satisfactory
way of dealing with household and
.store waste.
There is, in fact, uo method of dU-
Tposal so thorough, and   therefore, so |
satisfactory  as  its  absolute   destine- *******i$*i***iy***
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL t\ ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Nice Juicy Naval Orailgea, per dozen
 25c, 30c  and  35c
In vegetables we have Celery,
Radish, Parsnips, Beets, Carrots, Tur-
nips and Onions.
tion by lire. As thc- money for an incinerator has been voted, and it is
necessary that the contents of the
scavenging carts should be disposed
of in a sanitary way, tbis appliance
should  be  provided.     We  are  aware!
Special for Saturday night;
Fresh Eggs, per dozen  ..-25c
Best Mam, sliced, per lb. . .25c
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that when this matter was discussed
last year it was said that an incinera-
��� tor   could  not  be   provided   because
. such of these as hud been set up iu
'/this iiart of the continent has proved
troublesome  and   unsatisfactory.   But.
we say again that though this may be,
to a certain extent correct, the failure is due to a fault in the method or
system, and not to the appliance itself.    Incinerators, or destructors, asi... . .      , ,
they are often termed, are in exten-'**^ Columbia St.
.ive use in Great Britain and many
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3%  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
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Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
THE
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NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
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Solid Oak Rockers, each
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Bed, Spring and Mattress, complete	
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European countries, and have proved  CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
not only satisfactory as such, but In! 	
a. number of cases have produced a I Waterworks   Superintendent   Wanted.
profit on their working.     The  pleal ^.Sh ."?''��"e '.T'l6* by the
v . , , I undersigned .up to five o clock p. m., on
that has been put forward as ground the 3rd of April next for a waterworks
for not erecting the Incinerator here superintendent. Applicants must have
<:annot, therefore, be sustained. More- had previous expeiience in similar
rover, the Vancouver authorities have, work, and be able to produce testi-
found thoir first incinerator to be so monlals from responsible persons
���satisfactory that another has recently Salary $135 per month.
been installed.   What is good enough w  A   DUNCAN
for the Terminal city  is surely good clty Clej.k I
��nntigli  for New Westminster. 1    city Hall, March 21, 1911.
I WILL BUY
Subject to  Confirmation i
Canadian Sunset Oil, Nugget, Port-!
land Canal, Red Cliff, Diamond  Vale
Snowstorm,    Lasuueti,    International'
Coal  &  Coke,  Alberta Canadian  Oil,!
American  Canadian  Oil,   B.  C.  Trust
Corporation, Dominion Trust.
W. S. Rose       I
(Member of the  Pacific Coast Stock
Exchange.)
Merchant's  Bank  Building.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Dining Chairs, Solid Oak, set of
six, Early English finish, the set    15.90
Dressers and Stands, Golden finish, bevel plate glass, 3 drawers,
the pair 10.90
Extension Tables, from each
8.00
Sea-Grass Chairs and Rockers,      3.90
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Couches, velour covering, each      5.25
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
WE SELL FOR LESS
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IHMM^Bi
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE VTVB.
Sporting News
LACROSSE SPORTS
MUST Bf DIPLOMATS
ALL IS NOT PLAIN SAILING FOR
PROPOSED STRAIGHT AMATEUR SENIOR TEAM���GOSSIP
NrAR   AND   FAR.
Willi    tl>e    opposition    which
gapperton Intermediate lacrosse
appears determined t
���av <if forming
the
^^^     cluh
put    in    the
m independent senior
jniateiir  lacrosse   team   in   this   city
two games may be won by luck, imt
when nine games in a row are tallied
to the credit of an aggregation that
isn't luck, it's a habit. Tim Nationals
went through the Other eastern teams
like a Kansas cyclone on a holiday
bustup. And be calls it luck I Hunk.
Here is the Wiseacre's dope:
"The two Toronto teams should
linish one, two in the N. L. I". race,"
is the opinion of an old lacrosse fol
lower. "Torontos weie the pick of
the lot last year, bul tailed to run to
foim; while the Indians broke iu some
new material that looks good, ljuth
should he stronger this year.
"On the other hand, Shamrocks are
the    only    Eastern  team
strengthen  up at all���ant
knows, they needed to 	
Ottawa, of course, can he counted out
from the start
HIGH PRIZES AWAIT
BIUDMEN OF EUROPE
"AT IT HERE SmCE 1900V
Hundred    Thousand     Dollars    to    I
Given  Away  in  a  Series of Contests Starting  in  Paris.
e boys to play on that  team only',   ln  Toronto at all,  nor much    better
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cutting out the intermediates altogether, there will he need of the exer
(;F, ef the (ine art of diplomacy when
the delegates meet in session at thu
annual ineeting next week.
Sapperton'a argument that the
UDJor amateurs would not get enough
practice to maintain Interest in the
��me, unless they also played with
t;,. intermediates, Is their une strong
carf That (act has to he face. , fo--
Which 1 nly one senior team here, one
or two in Vancouver, and one in Victoria, ��t the most only eight or nine
Batches could be played in the league,
aDd tbere Is a possibility thai the
boys would overlook practice too'
oftel li 'hey play with the inter-1
mediates they are sure to keep in
.   hape,
Back with the Cup.
��� Or. tlie other  hand  the  system  ad-
��� ated   by    the    Suburbanites���the
picking of the senior team  from  tho
edlates as occasion demands���
!���. been tried in the past and found
sadly wanting.    The Kilmarnock  Cup
in   Vancouver  and   the   Mann
Ci: remains in Toronto.    These two
Bhould he In the cup cabinet
ir, the Came  le library, and they  will
.   een ,; ere later, U the locals only
Kl    eii  minds on it.    Bul  to bring
out il  Is ne' essary to have a i
iteur  senior  team, and
-  ti   m   cannot   be    welded     to-
get ���   II tbe haphazard   method   In
I   year  is  followed.    There
h friction among the hoys,
and there will always be, as long   as
ash on the Intermediate Beld,
ter of the Bappert m (dub
li       Bslng the proposed team with
;:   rrlter a couple of days ago   put
��� ������ pli a that the formation
.:     . amateur    team    would
��� 1 en the intermediates. Of course
Bapperton, hat Ing a strong
not   wish  to  lose anv of
London, March 22.���It is announced
here    that   cash    prl7.es   aggregating
that   will f100-000 "���'l11 await llle birdmen who
goodness  may  be victors in the greatest avia-
Cornwall and  tion meeting ever planned, which will
start  at  Paris June  4.
Meets wdll be held    In    four cities
ie
The
e auspices
which  Is  now
The former can't play
anywhere else, while I'etle Green oan|whlch   wi!l  constitute what is to
be depended on to trot out   a bunch  known as the European circuit
of antl(|iiated  Caps who may or may   first race  will  be  under tb
not malm a man or two on the other'of  the   Paris  Journa.,   ��,.,.���..���   ,��   .uv
teams before retiring for another sea-  making arrangements for Its own city,
son. I The Standard in London, Abend Zeit-
"Natlonale were lucky to win  last  ung In Herlin and Petit Bleu In Brus��
1 year.   There were at least two better  gels  will  each  In  turn   undertake ar-
teatos In the series than the French-1 rangements   for   its   respective   city
layers   for   fear  of   running
I in tl e city championship race.
men, hut the latter got away to a
flying start, and luck and enthusiasm
did the rest. They will be considerably weakened by the loss of Gauthler
and Lalonde, who appear to be billed
for Vancouver. Without them tho
Habitants don't appear to have a
chance.
"And it is hard to see where Montrealers are goin.' to be better than
a year ago. (Tarry McKerrow will
(|tiit, and while the Scotts will play,
they'll be just as selfish as alwajrs.
With a weak defence, only a fair fjelcf,
and the Scotts hogging the ball on
home. I wouldn't give ten cents for
Mont real's chances. Then they've lost
Chaucer Klliott, too. Chaucer didn't,
know much about lacrosse, but he
sort of bossed the Job. Without him
every member of the committee will
have a say, and the team will be as
badly muddled as their annual attempt at schedule making."
That's too bad about Chauncy
I such a clever writer, too.
ll Annual  Meeting Tonight.
The air is full of lacrosse
other sporting microbes at this time]
and everybody who is considered a
sporting fan will be presenl at the
city hall tonight at eight o'clock to
bear if the Salmon Hellies are going
to make barrels of dollars whilst the
buu shine- by taking that suggested
trip   to   Montreal    nnd   to   teach    the
IBasterners Jusi bow- to handle the
Stick :.nd score goals. The man about
town yesterday generally Inclined to
the opinion thai the Westminster boys
Bhould for the time being reverse the
les
an>.:
and will gurarantee the purses there.
���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� BILLIARDS. *
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The third game in the Commercial
Billiard league was played last night
in the Royal billiard parlors, the contesting teams being the Newspapermen loi bowling fame) und the
Grocers, After the smoke had cleared
awa; il was discovered that the
scribes had got away with four of the
live games.
Here it is in black and white:
Xews; apermen. Crocers.
II.  Wade 150      IL Smith  14!) j
R. II, Hest 160  1. Eagles 122
R. A. Wilson 160  H. Welsh 138
McLennan 145   Foster 150 1
R.  Fraser 150    L.  Adams 77
Tonight the Bank of Montreal and '
the Carshops teams will play at 7:30
o'clock.
The Btanding of the different teams \
in  the  league is  as  follows:
P,      W.      L. Pts. !
saying of   Horace   Greeley   ami "go
east
lt was generally and loudly suggested thai a certain Vancouver lacrosse
magnate should take his team Into
retirement until the Salmons gel back
from  the other side of the continent.
there's no question thai Con Jones by M   Lemartln who, on February 2,
, will   move   strongly   In   the   endeavor
'I to have the trip nt  this lime knocked
on the head, as it   will  throw all  his
plans to the four winds of  Heaven,
have big-
All on  Equal  Footing
do   noi   look   at   this
��� - from a "greatest good to   the
���-"���*' ��� number" point of view. They
i it)    championship,    and
��� ���       1 . labia ambition, but at the
���   a 1 Ity    championship    is
potatoes 1 ompared to the B, C
Ip < t the Manu  Cup.  Also
lit     - from the far end do nol seem
take Into  consideration  the  fnet   lu|t (|i0 Uoval rilv piayerB have big
���   11   three   city   teams   ip theL-er fl���h to ,rv an,i nuy decide tonlghl
- ��� will be on an equal footing, ail ���   mftke |1)0 (���hor (.lllbs ,n tho |wgue
will be  weakened, possibly    set        y   wn(1,   ,hpv   (,t,m���   ,���u.k   ,���  these
��� two yars" as the opponent, fmm t)K,lr trl���mpnal out-
cl inge expressed it.    Even at
��� ���     It)   teams     will     lead     the 1     u' 	
ll leSB the latter show    up       EXTRA���llerti Ryall will tender his
������ nger on the field than they do oa'     injal resignation al the meeting.
���
Cocksure Mr. Fowler.
-'���������' lng of the Mann Cupj II. Fow-;
let ie retary of the V. A. C lacrosse
-. a letter published  in yester-
ci- - Province, says:    "We, the V. A.
C lacrosse team,    wlll    again    visit
Toronto this coming autumn in search
of '.he Ii   D.  Mann  gold  cup   .   .   ��� '
'.-���-���r Fowler    is    a    long    distance
'-���-������ ol  next  season's   champions.
**-'.���"   It would not be advisable
" ������      ��������� tickets for that    trip until a few arguments have been settled
ea Queens park and Brockton Point.
Back to the Wood.
Inson, who joined the
I iree six weeks ago. yesterday sent in hts resignation.   It baa
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IN AN aeroplane;
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*&mmtxicc How!
We wan! evayoTictokno*
fyat we arc paying -
c~42 fatawfco
per awuTC credited mlMf
on savings deposited-
$ upward)subject Towfh-
drawal br cheque & -
r- 5�� Inters
on lime deposits of*
SijTmcntta & over. *
Ve invest monef for clients
in first mortgages & do a
general financial business.
We wm) Ymx saving accnt
& iffou arc not saving -
systcmaTicadv, * * - -
Commence Now WIMS.
Deposits by mail ^^
+ **���**��� easily ba nfled ���
YotTcan senQ b/Draft,
Post Office * Cypress
Order or Re^sUreo***
Letter & withdrawals
can, be mailed-*- ���*���** -
- * auy way ycu wish.
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Refer X&~?+ ++-
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or To anyone m *
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Write us about it Way
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321 Bamblf Street,
, VcM\coviver B.C.
A Good Buy
In Sapperton
MODERN six-room cottage on lot 40x100 feet; one minute walk to car.
Price $1,800.00
.. _���_,    gmaj| oas|j paymen(: balance $-0 per month.
$3000 TO   LOAN,   Inside
Improved property, 8 p. c.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department
I      451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. Phones 646, 661.
Doual, Prance, March   23.- Vviatorl
Louis  Bre tuel  made    a  record    |i<"
formance    today    when    i>t>   carried
eleven   imiiFi n. eis   in   a   mo&oplaps   H   '
distance  of  two  miles     a   previous I
performani s ol I be kind   waa mad ��� ���
STOP  PRESS-  Mr     itya'l   will   re-
consider  hla  decision   three     minutes
later.
RACING IS DFAD IN
NEW YORK THIS YEAR
Jockey  Club   Issues    Statement   That
Everything   Is  Oft   for  the    Present    Season.
took up seven |iam*eni;ei_ on a seven
minutes trip
$50,000,000   LOAN   TO
CHINA    IS   MADE   FINAL
Peking, March 22.���The ne.otlii-
tions fm Hie hum or 180,000,000 to
China by an American group ot
financiers bave reached a final Rtn. ���*,
all points nt Issue having heen agree I
upon.   ii. i�� expected that nn Imperial
edict unnctinnlrie the loan will he issued thl.   week.
The Innn wns first projoctrd as an
American   enterprise   purely   and   wns
originally sought by tha Chinese fot
political   purposes.       The  agfOSeffletlt
now reached provides that four hank
In. groups of the United States, ftne-
land, Germany nnd France, shall participate equally  nnd  the  financial  nd
riser to the government in the mntter
of the use (if the loan shall come from
li  neutral   Kuropenn  state
The Mu Kuan Innn. the negotiations for which were heguu long ago,
Is also likely to he concluded soon.
China's recent mlsfoi tunes from
famines  and   pia. ne.  accompanied   hy
fe.irs of foreign complications, have
Influenced   the  government    to   bring
the financial transactions to i eonclfl-
BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y
JOAlll)    DF    TRADE��� NKW   \M,S|
minster Hoard of Trade meets in Uh
board  room. City  Hall, as follows:
Third  Thursday    Of    BMh    month,
quarterly     meptlng     on   ttie     tnird
Thursday of Fehruary, Mar, Augusl
and November, ar w p.m.      Annual
nipeiing* on  the third Thursday of
February.     New   memliprs   may   b<
proposed and etpcfpd nt any month
ly or    r|iinrterly     meeting.       C.   H
BtimrtWade, secretary.
A Genuine Snap
7-Roomed House on Henley St.,
near Eighth avenue; foundation,
and modern in every particular,
$2,850; $400 cash, balance as rent
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Ideal Homesites
j
We have just put on a new subdivision,  three   and    five-acre   blocks
Near Kennedy Station
on Scot' Road and main line Of
I
I. O. O. F. AMITY  LOtK.ES, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ere held In Odd Fellows' Hall, cor
ner Carnarvon and Figlith afreets
every Monday evening at 9 o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend Gleotge Adams. NO.: W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary: ,f. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
N. W., Chilliwack Electric Ry.
Oflly  two and a  half miles from    New    Westminster    city;    fifteen
minutes hy electric ear.
These blocks, which are the
Choicest Suburban Property
on the market, are offered at from Js'OO to .500 an acre, according to
location, on easy terms.
red th it he will he seen lni
��� .ne of the coa.Ht lacrosse!     Npw   york,   March   23.���HOTifl    ra
****** 'his  season.    He  was  ��  to* fog is dead in Nan york sUt�� for this sion. 	
������ of    the leading    stick ; ,',,.ir   at   |ea9f.     The   Jockey   club    1s-
���   Shamrocks, of Mont- :.lie(1 a at.at.ement tonlghl saying that j25i0O0 contributed
: I because of adverse legislation It had T0   VICT)MS  0F
[been .added to ������*��� ��> ��K'H'"fl"> 	
PROFESSIONAL.
, STILWELL CLUTE, barrister at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Colombia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B, C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and  Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Plione 335.
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.AMINE
Victoria Will Have a Team. i for ^ates.
>     March    21. ���It    ia    ��tt��e       T ','H  new*  came  almost   simuliane     ^ ^   ^   ,._��� ���
torts will have a repre   ( ,?1    ,virll reports from New OrleaM gaffeTeTB( rhp strtrp f|pParfment today
rosse team   independent ] that' h,,rs., 0*r,"  i beliere    he i   ..f.cf,i..(...   j^,-, ,,,���,   -Tty_  The  Chtlttltu*
<>l <i*��* ������ ��� .  ��� citj leaguers thU year. hpvon,) redemption there    Ths Jock��j
���  -    club  annotmcemenl   Is  signed  b.   A.
Lgertleld, secretary, an.l says
-Ct   a   meeting   of   the    repr,se ,t ,-
M.;. of the Coney IsUnd .fockey r.>n,
ebaattr Ractag aasoeiatton, the Sat*,
** .- association, roe queen* County
'"l He as usual a senior league eon- foekey cluh, the Empire City h��'���
*tog C teams from the North J^LctotloB an.l rUo. Metropolitan
"��'''!. Vlctorta, Went, and Clover la'e Joci��y cluh, held f'day. it was a*
���*">a m inrermedlate leasne with ejdwj t0 make no appli'-ailon CO tne
,:,l> fards, Wests and Oak Bays a.-i stue raiCtmg commission for r.innx
*����� competitors and  a junior lea_ue,   -Wg9
w,,h aa ret an undetermined number    '���u the 9o.r.ail��d directors naming
,lf ratrteB,    Laat year there were only        ' ;emaiiw 0n the statme hooks, tne
"��<> teams in this league, the Wards  ^^ tvmm . gjista aa �� Septemoe
anil n���. Wests,    When Victoria clash-   v)il)   for fceepiag Bhe oout
*rt with \ancouver, New Westmlnstei-  ,ui(1 'iT  wa9 furtnev decided
'"'any other town a team was c.hoHen  'thi3  p���|,ii,..  announcemeni."
rnm the best    men    in    the    senior , . ��� ���    ������
'"'We.    This   was  found   rather    un-   BOxiNG  NOT  SO   BAD  AS rRY
"iiinfaciory. however, as players were BULLFIGHTS CALLED huudt
'"'', used to .laying with one another 	
"W f��h out of place. Denver,  Colo.,  March  W*~ It ������
' had as those b.��ll��.his   ttMB
1 el all i.n attracting a grant
'"'���! .    intlon, some  (A the
1 -'iii   persist   that   lacrosse
s hest a tamer game   ami   every
"'���  " tg   made   to   make    this
���Olson a banner one for the mmipu
latnrs of   the   gutted   sticks.     There
rses closed,
to   make
Washington, March V*.���For the re
lief of the Chinese famine and plague
Herald,   making    a   total    from    that
source of |82,D60, including flour ship-1
peri   to  China  from   Seattle   on    the
tr ms; ort   Kuforri.
The money  will  be cabled to   T'ni-
ted States Minister Calhoun at Peking
for distribution to the relief   commie-1
rees.
Conditions in the stricken districts
are still unrelieved, according to _.
cablegram from Hev. W. C. Longden,!
chairman of the missionary committee at Chin Kiau. . In this district
alone, he says, $100,000 is needed to
continue until May ;>0 the organized
relief work anions; the. famine suffer,
ers.
WKirKsniR,   SOMONfjg  &  john I
ston. barristers and solicitors, I
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia j
street, New Westminster. W. .1 ]
Whiteside, If. f< Kdmonds, Adam S j
Johnston.
WADE. Wirrc.AU.KK. McQCARFHR *
MARTIN- Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and ?
Gulchon block, corner Columbia an'1
McKenzie streets; Vancouver o'f
flees, WilMams bniklin. , il Gran
ville street. P. O. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. R
Martin.
11
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
ChamberliiVs 3
I
HIGH    PROTECTIONISTS
OPPOSE    RECIPROCITY
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
ft. J. A. BTTRNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
Wisdom from tha Cent Belt.
A wise ii i.i it  has doped out. the la-
;'"��s<! aeaaon in the N. C_ HT. liis stuff
half as
nan   i.i um. ....
are commonly referred to as i'ooihall,
- ....    ,.,.!.,v      I,
asserted   Magistrate
Ca/iu  today    In
New York, March 22.���Executive officers, members of the executive committee and members of tli�� board of
managers of the American Protective Tariff League in a special meeting  today   adopted  resolutions  recit
���TENOORAPHY   A    TYPEWRITING
MISS Rf. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
THE
EWCLER
Off?<ial  C. P. RV Time Inspector
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liu'i.diiy  1)0en denied to the farmer," and urg
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^^^" - t,';..n  arrested  as  the  result of their  (tUBtry   wi,on   protection   shall    "�������*
,.onii��Kt at the Amlitorliim ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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nigni       ���   v   _.      chal.se   i,aa   been to heur "evor>' proner Influence upon
pongress" agaiuHt the adoption of thi
reciprocity a. roement  with  Canada.
PISH   AND   GAME.
Jj.�� latter in tha Toronto Telegram
'I1" Man may know what, he is talking
���B hut.  lie  seems  a  little  wobbly   	
;,f"n thi_ .<i_,ance.    P,t,,stance, when  ^^nm8nt    The   charge   mm   noen to bear "evon- proner tnnuence upon _w���_n .   .   AYT]NO   F1SH   PluJiT
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FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM     2?
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
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Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOY TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
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W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122. Q. 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,   PRES8ED   BRICK   AND
FIRE BRICK.
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"''lunen to luck it in drawing tha union
mi!K lmw to atretchins point.   One <W
next to Bank of Montreal. PAQI BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911
Ml tttnmn
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The initial issue of the stock of The Imperial
Car, Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation, Limited,
placed on the market at $50 per share has been
sold and no further allotments will be made at
less than the par value of
One Hundred Dollars
Per Share
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Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR.
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance   In  two  c<i�� ���
quarter-yearly   payments,   with interest at 7 per cent, per annum,
price of $100 per share, forvwhLh I enclose 83% i)Cr cent' "f l
NAME 	
ADDRESS 	
OCCUPATION        m.
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
dock Corporation, Limited.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
_ ��� Westminster Land District. Dis-
Ne Trict of New Westminster.
���..,���).��� NOTICK that Margaret
v i Matthews, of San Jose, occupa-
'"'' ��rtdoW intends to apply for per-
(i0"   ,  to purchase the following de-
���22S o "'Ihe west side of the Cheat
imua "iver
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Commencing at a post
de of the Cheak-
and  one  mile   north   of
. . i ._!* thence west 40 chains,
IM"ri> north 160 chains, thence east
""'"'.'ins thence south 160 cliains
40 ��The Cheakamus river to point of
8l0"L���nfinent, being southwest cor-
t applied for, containing
of
"m acres more or less.
3" ���'���. mm!) WILLIAM LKWIS,
lor Margaret Kthel Matthews.
20, 1911.
Agenl
February
LAND ACT NOTICE.
N.w Westminster Land District.   Dis
:t of New Westminster.
occupation    saleswoman,
trie
TAK I'
XX to apply f"r permission to pur-
taia the following described   lands:
Smmencing at a post planted at the
,1, Hue of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
west 40 chains, thence south
thence east 40   chains   to
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Molly McCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
on the Pemberton Trail, 2% miles
north of Green Lake, tlience north SO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, being the
southwest corner post, containing 040
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 1911.
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to tbe point of commencement, aud containing 040 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
lly D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK   that   Georgina   A.
Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,  occupation
,, .i   . i-���.��� i'���,.���v   ^r! stenographer, intends to apply for per-
NOTICE that Kate Co.ey, ��f,m|sslon J0 p���rchase the knowing de-
scrihed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tho southwest corner of
lot 2105 and thence nortli 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, tlience south
40 chains, thence east 40 chuins to
point of commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing 100 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
Fehruary 20, 1911.
then"'
cl'iii'm Lake, H��ence nor,h alonB the
,| k, to point of commencement, bein.
!hs northeast corner post of lot ap
Sled for. containing 820 acres more or
Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 191L
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Div
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fjeW Westminster Land District.
tnct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald
.,,,1,1 Sargent, of Vancouver, occu-
Ljon broker, Intends to apply for per-
{ojgsion to purchase the following do
^bed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
L , thence east 20 chains, thenco
|0Ut'h 50 chains, thence west 60
diains, thence north 10 chains, tlience
M_ in chains, tlience north 40 chains
tj mini of commencement, being the,
I , t corner post of lot applied
lor containing 140 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
A_,::  j, :   Reginald   Fitzgerald    Sue-
Fi : iary 20, 1011.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
ahout 1J4 miles north of T. L. lot
1970, and two miles west of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 cliains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing C40
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. AUSS,
By I). O'HiiVa, Agent.
Dated February 17, Wll.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2\'*, miles soutli of T. L.
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam
lake,   thence  east  80   chains,  thenco
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,, , ,, . ,    ,       - ���-���'���
thence south  80 chains  to the point | X__��*J^*!��. FL  "econd)-One
of commencement, and containing G40
cense in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) The name of Company in full ���
The Glen Hose Canning Company Limited.
Tlie head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$26,000 divided Into
$2500 of $10 each, of which llf.O shares
are issued and paid up.
(h) Tlie name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, tbe description
Is)���Unnamed stream on Lot 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
(lowing into Fiaser river.
(c) Tlie point of diversion���Is about
200 feet from i(s mouth at the Fraser river ou said Lot 17.
(d) The quantity of waler  applied
:< I'-i-H-v*^
TEA
acres more or less.
JOHN K. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vaucouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thenco
north SO chains, thonce west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence ea3t
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or less.
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ntw Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, William J
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
.boul one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, 11. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at, a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
thence  west 80 chains, thence  soutli
tenth of one cubic foot
le) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
If) The premises on which the
water is to be used I describe same)���
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
Ij) Area of Crown land Intended to
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
Ik) This notice was posted on the
15th day of Fehruary, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
(I) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whoso lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach copy of such parts of the
Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.
Canning   Company
ii frown in Ceylon, the     '/n\
world's best  tea  garden.    lv|
"Salads"   sales  are  over   \
22,000,000 packages yearly,     1
the largest ia America.    Ja
Nt ver Seld In Bulk.    ^fff(||
Templeman Speaks
On Reciprocity
(Continued from Page Three.)
E
ter of Japanese immigration.    On the
contrary, Sir Wilfrid Laurier had carried away  with  him from  Victoria a
written  testimonial  from the Trades
and   Labor Council  stating that thev
wero   satisfied   with   the   Japanese
agreement and had  no complaint   to
make. Mr. Drury wished that the next
election would be held on the same Issue when, he believed, Victoria would
reverse lis verdict of October 26, 1908.
The  only  alternative   Premier   Mt.
Bride and his followers had to offer
on I his matter, the only remedy they
had    was  a  natal  act,  enforcing   an
had,
Rose
The   Glen
Limited.
(Signature)
(P. O. Address)
J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
(g) To record, divert, take and
carry away, water from any   steam.
80 chains, thence east SO chains,, ,.lvei. and lake in the Province of Rrit-
thenco nortli 80 chains to the point ofiisb Columbia, for the use of their bud
commencement and containing 640 ness> and for that purpose to erect,
acres more or less. ^       build, lay  and  maintain   dams, aque-
CARL WOLF.    ! ducts,  flumes, or other conduit  pipes
and    to sell   or otherwise dispose of
D, O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
the same.
TAKK NOTICK that Mary Augusta j on the east shore of Lake Haslam,
I . ol Vancouver, occupation mar j thence east 80 chains, thence north 8 )
, iman, intends to apply for per- chains, thence west so chains, thence
mission io purchase the following de-1 south Si) cliains to the point of com-
Brrilied lands: Commencing at a po.it mencement, and containing 040 acres
J ted on Uie Pemberton Trail 4% more or less.
-jIm north   of   Qreen    Lake,    ihence; WILLIAM J. DICK.
^^^^^ By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February   17,  1911.
  Ihence
sestSU chains, thenre south 80 cliains
���   bci  easl
80 chains, thence   north
(to chains to point of commencement,
!���.���- northeast comer post of lot up-
; . containing 640 acres more or
WILLIAM  LKWIS,
OT Mary  Augusta Hridge.
20, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ne.v Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
\KK   NOTICE   that   Anna   Maud; Haslam lake-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK  NOTICK  that   I. C.  A.  Crys-
dale, of Vancouver,  occupation  insui-
~~* anee   manager,   Intends   to  apply   for
permission  to  purchase  the  following
described lands:    Commencing at    a
Cis-   post   planted aboul  half mile north of
It. L. lot 1970 and two miles west of
thence  west so chains,
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of N'ew Westminster, Ii. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
scrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about.
three miles distant, and in a northwest* ilv direction from Haslam Lake,
thence east   so chains, thence  south
SU chains, tbence west SU cbailiH,
thence north su chains lo the point of
commencement, and containing 640
aci es more or less.
CHARLES O. BVEDM MIK.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned at New Westminster, 11. C,
and endorsed on tho envelopes "Tender for Supplies," will be received up
to noon of Friday, March 81, 1911, fo-
the supply of ship chandlery, hardware, wire rope, paints, oils and
greases, Manila rope, valves and fittings, parkings, groceries, meat, etc.,
required for the use   of   the   public
works of Canada at 	
until March 31, 1912.
The supplies must be of the best
quality of tlieir several kinds and
must be delivered at the points specified in the various forms of tender.
Tlie department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
tender.
educational test. But as he knew
from travel through Japan this would
not be any deterrent, because in every
school In Japan today Kngiish was being taught. If the Dominion control
was withdrawn tomorrow and the
Laurier arrangement governing Japanese immigration abrogated, all tho
province would have to keep out these
Orientals was an act, the provisions
of which every Japanese could easily
meet. The more this fact was known
and the more it was known that labor
was distinctly and thoroughly in accord with what the federal government is doing, the more certain would
be the victory of the Liberal party.
Even the monstrous diabolical campaign which was waged, and forged
telegrams, could not prevent that result today were an election on.
Mr. Drury dealt briefly with the
naval question and with the volte face
which the Conservative party lias executed on it
., , ,     . .      , . ,     ,      I <=v..n.cu uu ii.   The same change of at-
Foms of tender may be obtained at utude he found on tlje       t of that
the offices otWilUami Henderson, Esq., party ,n re   rd t0 redpl.ociu, 0eorge
resident architect, Victoria, B. C;  J.'~   ~
T.  Phelan, Esq.,    superintendent    of
Yukon telegraphs, 103 Hastings street,
Vancouver, and at the office of    the
superintendent of dredges, New Westminster, B. C.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any-
tender.
H. A. BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges.
New Westminster, 1J.C, March 17,
1911.
i Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the department.)
E. Foster, who today was opposing
i this policy, had made two trips to
| Washington in an endeavor to obtain
what, he was now declaring was equivalent to treason and disloyalty, and n
sapping of Canadian loyalty. Was It
treason to get in free of duty goods
which Canadians now had to import
and pay the duty on? Was it disloyalty or loss of British nationality to
secure needed food and necessities
duty free?
He had been glad to see Mr. Tem-
pieman's contribution to the reciprocity debate at Ottawa, which broke
new ground. In answer to the argument that east and west trade routes
_UMM
,SALE
AUCTION   SALE   OF   DOMINION
LANDS.
= I would  be  superseded   liy  north   and
VALUABLE   PROPERTY | south,  to  the  Jeopardy   0(  loyalty,  :t
was well to remember thai for years
 the   only   trade   routes   thi.    provlnc-
Under Instructions from the owners) had  were  north  and  south.    And  yet
OF      	
AT  CHILLIWACK.
Public notice is hereby  given  that
theie   Will   be  Offered   tor   sale   by   pub
lie auction In Pender Hall, sui Pender
street west, In tbe city of Vancouver,
on Thursday, April   6, 1911, at   2;30
p. m . abOttl tWO hundred summer resi-
denca lots, the property of the got
ernment or the Dominion or Canada.
These lots are located al Woodhaven,
a subdivision ol Dominion government
lands located on Bedwell Bay, on the
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, British
Columbia. Their accessibility to Vancouver,  their location on  sal)    Water,
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District  of   New Westmin?
ster. B.C���Take notice that I, Herman
Thor.en.    of    Vancouver,    occupation     	
marine engineer, intends to apply fori and tbe grandeur of the scenery of the
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation i thence soutli 80 chains, thence east 80 [permission to purchase the following North Arm make these lota attractive
- tends   to apply   for   permls-1chains, thence north su chalnB to the  described lands: i Tor summer residence purposes,
:>e  the   following    de-j point of commencement, and contain-!     Commencing at a post planted about ] Terms   of   Payment.
ing 040 acies more or less.
CHARLKS AGNKW CRVSDALK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17,  1911.
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton   Trail   I'i
i  northerly  direction   from
i ���   thence north sn chains,
east 40 chains, thence south su
���;.   west   40  chains  to   a
;        f commencement, being south
;,lSt   of  lot   applied   for,j New Westminster Land District.    Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
_   acres more ori ess
WILLIAM  LKWIS.
Agenl (or Anna Maud Duggan.
Fel ruary 20, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK  that   I,  Charles  A.
llodie,    of      Vancouver,      occupation
broker.  Intend    to apply  for    permis-
j sion   to  purchase  the  following    de-
sci ibed lands:
two and one-half miles south of T. L. I One quarter In cash al the time of
lot 1368, and one mile easl of Haslam sale, and balance In three equal nn
Lake, thenee east HO chalnB, tlience', mmi Instalments With interest on un-
BOUth So cliains, thence west SO chains,! paid balance at the rate of ft per cent
thence north 80 chains, to the point 0
commencement,    and    containing    040
acres more or le...
HERMAN THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
per annum.    Tho  lots will  be  offered
subject to a certain  upset   price  in
each case.    I'pon a parrel of land be
there Will be offered for sale by public) who dare assert that British Colum-
auctiOU on Saturday, the 26th day Oi ��� bin's loyalty had suffered1! It wn. (t.
March,   1911,  at   the   hour     of    three'] the  lasting  disgrace  nnd  dishonor   'if
o'clock in the afternoon al the office  the Conservative  party  thai   it  em-
of   S.   A    Cawley.   Chilliwack.   British 1 ploysd   these  itnd   oilier   turtle*  In    iu
Columbia, by B. A. Cawley, auctioneer,!endeavor tc, detent, the pnrty of pro
the following property, namely: 1 .res. .
All and Singular thai  Certain pnrcell     The   Catherine  Separated   nfter   glv-
or tract  of land nnd  premises situate   lng   Hi"'"  'hee,.   for   Kir   '.'���"tlfrid  and
', lying and beiflg 111 the county of West-   Mr.   '|empieman.
Lxnioster, In  the province of Britisli ������	
IColumbia, and being ti.'- westerly fifty-
eight   (CS) acres Of l"t three hundred
iand eight, three (883), group two < \),
, more particularly    described    as    foi
lows:
Commencing n�� tbe rorthwesi cor*
', ner  of said  lot  on  the south  hank  of
Hope   slOUgb,   thence   south   following
the I L ,^g_BBJSJSSJgSJSSB_gS_gS_BS_gS_BB_BB_BBa^^^B
links tO th�� south*... �� corner of said > """" '"' " " '"" wo" merited ,),.
lot. thenre east following the South ?,offlfwha* ''rP*rbo|e���r, description
boundary of the Raid lot 1700 links. ''""��"�� Beh Weather': of thousands
thence noith 8118 links to Hie soutn ' of s'",arp mlIe8 f,f p*''*"���! timber fo,-
bank f>f Hope slough, thenre westerly)
following the south bank of Hope j '
slough to the point of commencement
TKHMH     OF     HALF,���Twentv-Ovej
Plan Railway From
Mississippi To Alaska
'Continued f'orn Page Two.)
lumber and pulpwtod, of asphalt deposit, reputed (0 tie rtlmosf Hie e'|uif
of Hie world-famed Trinidad Inkes; of
cosi In such unlimited abundance that
,���..,     ..  .     . .. .   ���o�� i for   hundreds  of  miles  Hie   hanks   of
,flg knocked down the purchaser ^,n\l^^^^liZ BBWI*^ ��*�� 'hp *'h*"���* """""
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westmln-j
Commencing at a post| Ster, B. C.���Tako notice that  I. A.  L. i
Immediately deposit the sum  of fifty
dollars  with the clerk of sale,   other
wise the parcel win at ones be put up
again.       For   this   purpose   intending
purchasers should  provide themselves
sale and Hie hai,ince within thirty t :n,
days   thereafter   without   interest,  or
gaj
solid  coal  of (|tiallty   similar   to  that
of   Southern   Alherta;   of  copper   unit
Ne* Westminster Land District.
tnct of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Maude A.
kins, of  Vancouver,  occupation
Dis-
wlth marked chorines on chartered
T.VJ^��7.ll mile- north off I I Belyea Of Vancouver, occupation so-ibntiks of Canada, made to thei. own
"lan";d0aand two K��^2 of Bfr  5Sff intends  to  apply   for  po, mi. (order and payabU, at par   at  Vancou-
de-
; lam    lake,    thenre    west    SO    chains, j sion   to   purchaBO   the    following
Hop-! thence north so chains, thence east So : scribed lands:
^ mar   chains, thence soutli So chains, to the
tied woman, Intends to apply for per1 point of commencement, and contain-
following   ing 040 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. I'.ODIK.
I'.;.  D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17. 1911.
I purchase    the
I '        C tnmenclng at a post plant
seat side of Green   Rivet
a". I   ir   bains north of Green Lake,
est 80 chains, thence north
���   ��� ace    east    80    chains,
-ii cliains   to  point   of
lent, being  southwest cor
! applied for, containing
��� or less.
WILLIAM   LKWIS.
��� ���   r Mand A   Hopkins.
1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that  I,  Mabel Lucy
Paige,  of   New   Westminster,   occupation married woman. Intend to apply
ver; or with bank notes of as large a
denomination as possible, Tbe balance of the rash Instalment must lu
every case be paid before the close of
tbe sale, falling which Hie deposit of
V'O will be forfeited and the land
withdrawn from snle Cheilites will
not be taken in payment unless marked accepted by the bank   on   which
thev are drawn
A pamphlet describing this property,
BELYEA.    jnnf]  a  rnflp .howing   the   subdivision
1^^^__11^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ may be bad on application to the Rec-
������������������������   retary, Department of the Interior. Ot
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-   tawa.   W    M     Ingram,    Inspector   of
Of   New Westmln-   School   Lands.   Winnipeg,   or    to   the
N'ew
Commencing at a post, planted ahouu
l\_ miles north or T. L, lot
1970 and two miles west of Ilnsbun
Lake, tbence east. SO t hains, thenre
north SO chains, thence west SO
chains, thence south SO chains, to tho
point of commencement, and contain-
at   the   option   of  Hie "purchaser,   thel ,ron "'"' e"'" ,,,ps in   f<rt**M�� ""����
' " In three f?ti e'lual   ",v    B'"'    mountain    streams    where
placer  miners say  tbey  nerer  fall  to
i get a  color In Hie part:   n  land of almost  everything  desirable.
Promise   of   the Future,
.ficfeln.     from   Hie   records   'if    Hi *
Dominion  land office here,  there  will
he  within   two   years,   providing   Hie
halnnce may he paid |	
Instalments at the end of one (1), twoi
12)  and  three   CD   years  respectively'
from the date of the sale with Inferesr
on tbe deferred payments af  the rate
of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
For   further   particulars   and   conditions of sale apply to Hie auctioneer ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
rs and aeenfs for the! present   rRte of  Immigration  lo  those
parts  continues,  n
in^' MO acres, more or less.
Fe
ARTHUR L
truary 17t.h, 1911.
TRICT--District
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
v
d;s-
i ' ���'��� ntminster Land District.
������ rt of New Westminster.
OTICS that Lionel K. Haw-!
:��� onver, occupation photon-,
Uteada  to  apply   for  permls- ���
. ��e the following   lands:
lng at a post planted on thej
1 ,'   Pemberton   Trail,   3^i:
..   of  Green   Lake,   thence,
bains, thenre east. M chains,
0 .-,',  M  chains, thence west;
* I to the point of   commence-
ttfinr. being the southwest, corner post
*f lot   applied    for,   containing    640'
1 ' ��� or less.
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Lionel E. HaweU
"ibraarj 20, 1911.
or to the sollclto
BBBBSBSJJ
.T. H  BOWES,
Solicitor. Koyal (tank Stttitittg, ''hilll-
wack, II. ('.,
Or his agents,
WADB. WHBAI.L. I!. MflQt'AflRlH *
J MAftTIN,
ir.'iui i'i Williams building, itf '.ran
ville   street,  Vancouver,   fi.  O.
Or to
TAYLOR, Hauvkv. p.AHtfi _
Of! A NT
.oMritors. Nooffl :::7 Wiiliams Building,
41 J!  Granville  Street.  Vnncouver.  B.C.
Dated the 1st day tti March, 1911.
Uw point 'of commencement, and coa.| the^east^hore of ""^3*^^��^
taining M0 acres more or less.
MABEL Lf'CV PAIGE.
Dated February 17. F'll.
LAND ACT rOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai I. Isabella Me
f'arland. of North Vancouver, occupation married woman. Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands Commencing at.
a post, planted about half mile south
of T.  L.  lot 1311 and one mile eaat
Department	
March  \. IMI.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they Insert   it with
er, st.    SO    chains,    thence    north    ft}
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
south SO chains, to the point, of com-      ^	
mencement, and containing M0 acre:?, cn-.t. authority from the department
more or less. i ���
CHARLES SOLEY.
FV.vniary 17fh, 1911.
CANAHIAK PACIFIC
B, C. Coast Service
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND Dig.
TRICT��� District, of New Westminster. B. C.���Take notice that. I. Pete.r
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker. Intend* lo apply for per
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Daily
Re a part 1 S acres 1 of the south SO ' n : 20 p. m   Dailv
acres of the southeast  .narter of Sec-j    ss.   froqtiois   Sunday   nights   and
rion 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) in! Tuesday mornings
^^^^^^^^^^^ suffi'dent number
>f farmers located on (Irahd Ptaltle
and other parts of the Peace (liver
country. to guarantee a goodly
amo'Tit of traffic for a railway.
That Hie moofed line would pass
out of the Peace ((Iver country
through Hie Pine Ml ver pass Is fn��rel.
a conjecture Tbere Is every reason
to helleve thnt fhe possibilities of the
M'Keri/i�� basltl would he rPalDed and
that after paralleling this Arctic river
"1 S point of Vantage, rhe mountains
would tie penetrated through some of
rhe passes leading (0 r'ie Yukon :>nd
thus the heart of Alaska
M_ke Tourists' Paradise.
During the summer months' with
tiie possibility of reaching the fa,-
north land with its eternal . himor
within a few hours travel from Chi-
0:120 and St, Paul, the future of thu
as a tourist route can easily he rea'-
i/ed. It is safe to predict tbat it.
would rival the Bermudas nnd California and would be available at the
time of the year when the excessive
heat of such southern meceaa renders them  unattractive.
-��NO ACT NOTICE.
N
^iBBB_BBB^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ misaion to purchase the following de-
of Haslam lake, thence east SO chains,  3rrth��tl lands:
rhence south SO chains, thenre west 80      Commence a; at a poat planted about
chains, thence north SO chains to the
point, of commencement, and containing ti40 acres more or less.
ISABELLA McPARLAND,
��*' Westm mater Land District.   District of New Westminster.
'   ' ':    NOTICE    that.    Gerald    B
.   ll:'  of Vancouver, occupation maa-
"r "'Hi-.ner, intends to apply for per-
"1 . un-hase the following de-
':   'ind*     Commencing at. a post i	
P'nnteit  on  Oreen    River.    Pemberton' j^ Westminster Land Oistrict.    Dis-
m- ''our miles north of Green Lake,! tPjct 0f New Westminster.
three miles northwest of Haslam
[.flke, thence west SO chains, thenco
north SO chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, to point ot
By D. O'Hara, Agent.: ,.ommencemenr��� and containing 64*
Dated  February 17, IMI _ 1 ai*r*>**, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
thanrg
*halns,
��5I m ,-nains to point,  of commence
. ���      " nej southwest corner po**. of
��� ippiied for, containini?   K40 acrea
aorta 80 chains, thence east SO;    TvK-R  NOTICE that t. Clinton    P.
'lenc toot) n chains, thence! MeCormtefc   0f Vancouver, occupation
hains to DOlnt.  of commence-' hroll(,r  mtend to apply tat permission
to  purchase the following    described
tends: Commencing ^���\9Ti^Xtl
ahout two miles ��nth of T L. lot Ml.
on the east   shore nf   Haslam   leJte,
if less.
roe*)
WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
��"uirnary 20, 13U.
WATER   NOTICE.
the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certi flcate title No. +781 A, issued in the
name, of George A. Witherspoon, has
heen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the ��*plratton ot one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue :i
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  New   West-
[ minster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made nnder Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtftta a li-
THE DAILY NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dailv evcept . unda^
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Sntnrday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 1,15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m   ...~*.	
Two trips per month, dates to   be
advertised as far In advance as possible. '"
TO HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m .Every Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday. Wednesday. F'ldav
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G, P. A., Vancouver,
ROYAL  COLUMBIAN   HOSPITAL.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to Friday, 31st inst.,
at 5 p.m., for the position of resident
secretary and bursar for the Royal
Columbian hospital this city. Salary
$75 per month, Including board and
lodging, fair duties, enquire of the
lady superintendent at the hospital,
between the hours of 4 and 6 p.m.
J. J. JOHNSTON.
Chairman of Board.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectkw t
'Phone R671 PAQB BIGHT. ���mW**
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 2.
1��
:C
h
'���:
m**.
*
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made In the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
Is sold for less money, lt has
heen sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to baud
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
The funeral of Carey Pickles', who
died- on Tuesday at St. Mary's hospital, will take ;place today at 3:30
p.m.
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
Dear Madam
We would be pleased to show you
our very complete assortment of Side
and Back Combs, Barettes, Hair Nets,
Puffs, Turbans and Rats.
We have bought extensively, anticipating your wants.    See our window.
Thanking you in anticipation we
remain
Respectfully,
D. S. Curtis & Co,
Dealers   in   Drugs,   Kodaks   and   Supplies, Seeds and  Spectacles.
Ice cream on hand, lni A. Held, next
tram office.   Plione 310. ������
The annual meeting of the Westminster Baseball ussoclation will be
held on Thursday evening of next
week, and not this evening, us previously announced.
A meeting of the executive of tbe
Westminster Liberal association will
be held ln the Eagles' hall this evening, commencing at eight o'clock.
George Kennedy, president of the association, will Le in the chair.
Tbe annual ineeting of the Westminster Lacrosse club will be held lu
the City Hall, Friday, March 24, at 8
p.m     Everybody invited. **
The steamer Struthellan, wliich recently brought a cargo of steel rails
to Port Munn for use in the building
of the C. N. P. R., will leave today
for Grace Harbor, where a cargo of
lumber will be taken on for Australia.
Before sailing for the antipodes the
Strathellan will coal at Nanaimo.
O. Zamona, a young violinist of New
York, will give a recital on Tuesday
evening at St. Patrick's hall, when
he will be accompanied by Miss Villa
Hall, pianiste. Mr. Zamona is touring the coast and has recently been
conducting a series of orchestral concerts in Tacoma.
A grey horse, weighing about 1200
pounds, was run over by the G. N, K.
train from Abbotsford near Port Manu
yesterday morning, one of the animal's legs being severed. The horse
was put out of Its misery by one ot"
the employees of the contractors ut
tlie railway townsite. Tlte owner of
the horse is not known.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. H. Pearse, Telephone 094.    P. O. Box 455. **
Word was received in this city yesterday morning that the Flyer. Gilley
Bros.' tug, had met with a serious
mishap, and without waste of time E.
Gilley, pait owner, left for the scene
of the reported disaster. At a late
hour last night he had not returned
from the vicinity of Ituskin, where
| the Flyer is supposeX to be in trouble.
Boost for the local lacrosse club by
attending the annual general meeting
scheduled for this evening in the
city hall. AC the meeting a decision
as to the advisability of going to
Montreal before or after the league
championship will be arrived at. The
meeting will be called to order at
eight o'clock prompt.
A snap. House and lot on Second
s!:eet. between Queens and Third
avenue. $3150. Gray t Gilchrist, 675
Columbia stieet.    Plione 595. **
"Hello exchange" was the loud and
long call yesterday, but invariably
the answer came not, as the high
winds of the pre\ ious night had played sad ha\oc with the local and long
distance wires. Augmented gangs of
workmen weie out all day suspended
from the , sound carriers, getting
things back to their efficiency stage.
This morning all will be in working
shai e.
Eight roomed house and four lots
132x300; very cheap for west end property.   A money maker.   Gray & Gil-
Alderman F. 3. Lynch returned yesterday from a business titji io ...o ...
terlor,
Lots of fresh carnations at the market Friday, 36c a dozen. Davies &;
Son, florist   Phone 897, **
ll. u. Davidson, mahatrer   of   tb"
i local branch of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce,   left  yesterday  for  California,  where he  will spend a short
holiday.
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
Splendid Assortment of
New Jabots and
Collars, 35c. each
One of the most complete assortments of Washable Neckwear
ever shown at the price in New Westminster. W'e gathered together a varied selection for this special occasion. Black and
white Paisley and pure white Jucobs, Collars, Bows, Stocks, Etc.
Special value.    Each  35c.
200 yards Corset Cover
Embroidery, 35c per yard
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL.        ,
Fine Swiss Cambric and Muslin, Corset Embroidery. N'ew designs.
Allover Laces,
35c. per yard
Colored
Shirtwaists
$1*00 each
Print, Gingham and
Bl quaes in white :lIlj
und while, navy and whi
a   wide   variety   or
checks.    Wai.s    i
tailored styles with yokt
back, long sleeves an
detachable  collar
sizes.   Each .. .
Chambray
b'ack, bluo
__       I
stripes and
l)l'   I" plain
'u ih,.
"nn over
mil  bow, an
 $1.00
Tailored
Waists
$1.75 each
White i.lnen and Lawn Waliu
with tucked fronts, li,,,.,, (.()nars
tailored; all
and   cuffs;   neatlv
Each
.$1.73
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
New   Westminster,   B   C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 81
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.
AT
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster. B.C.
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
A general clean-up of dozens of odd pieces of Valenciennes,
chon and Oriental Allover Laces In White, cream and ecru, suitable for waists and yokes.    Regular values  Sue to $1.(10.
to ... J^_B_^______________mt
Tor-
Special
 35c
20 dozen Hemstitched
Pillow Slips, 50c. per pair
���14 and 4G inch white    Cotton     Pillowslips,     nicely     hem-
40, 42
Stitched.    Value such as this Is seldom possible.    He sure you
here early to secure what you  need.    Per pair   	
50c
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
5 dozen pairs of Bed
Sheets, $1.95 per pair
English Cotton, exceptionally good quality, fine even plain weave.
2 by 2'-i yards. Laundered ready for use. Our special price, per
 ,   ,...$1.95
1 air
Women's
Aprons
Complete,
New Assortment
White and Colored Prints, Gin:;,
hams, Lawns, Muslins, Linen,
etc., in Princess or belted styles,
with or without sleeves. Kach
75c, $1.00 and   $1.25
Children^
Wool Dresses,
$1*95 each
Plain and Plaid Chambray, also
sirijed Galatea, school dresses,
all colors, good full sizes; all
boys' Buster Suits in I.lnen.
Crash, Galatea or Drill, in
while, navy, sky, tan. wit:;
bloomers.    Each   $^9'^
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Yesterday the remains   of   Andrew
Buck, a Norwegian who had for    the,
past seventeen years resided in Tim I
berland and other parts of the prov-|
ince, were brought to the parlors of |
W. E. Fales on Agnes street, and from [
there    on Saturday will be taken    to
the Anglican cemetery for burial. The
demise of Mr. Buck was sudden, heart
failure  being  the  medical mans  certification.
Tomorrow afternoon at Moody
square, the league engagement between the Hangers and Sapperton
will be played and as both teams will
be nt full strength, a close and fant
game should be witnessed. The Ranters will be represented by: Pratt;
Douglas and Carse; Borland, Ferguson and Currle; O. Smith and another; H. Smith, W'ehster and Kenny.
Grant   and   Evans   are   the   reserves.
MRS. G. CUNNINGHAM, JR., 703
AGNES STREET, WILL, CONTINUE
HER SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, INCLUDING A NEW
PLAYER PIANO, DURING THE
NEXT  WEEK. **
<������1 II MIIli IM_I'_ BJMMBBWWptt
^Tisr^rareroagsmragrg^
DIED.
BUCK���ON THE 22ND OF MARCH,
1911, Aage Buck, of Tlmberland,
B. C, a native of Norway, age 48%
years.
The funeral will take place from
Fales' undertaking parlors on Saturday at 2 p.m., to the old English
church cemetery.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold WatcSeg tor Lafllos from |18./��
ap.
Silver Watchea,    gents'    onen  fac*
J6.00.
Silver  Watches,   gents'  open    case
J7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
New Modern
Home
For one week only we can offer a new modern house before the
ad\ance in price takes effect. The location is very desirable; only a
minute's walk to tram line and in the centre of a rapidly developing
locality. Many blocks of cement pavement have recently eben completed; extensive street Improvements are planned for this summer
and a dozen houses are now under construction.
As you enter this homo you step into a cosey reception hall, to
the left Is a pretty, restful parlor well lighted by alcove windows.
Next comes a comfortable dining room, cheerful, bright and homelike. Both of these rooms have handsome three light electric fixtures,
controlled by switches. '
The kitchen and pantry are both large enough and have all the conveniences that make house won; pleasant. Upstairs there are three
bright, airy bedrooms, each leading off from a hall, where a stove
gives warmth to every room. There are two clothes closets and separate bath und toilet. ';
Tbe basement is large and as the house was planed for a furnace
one may be installed at minimum cost.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY PRICE
Interurban Time Table
:.r)0, 6:20,   6:50.
S ami evei'!
at
:20
i.ra,
/&<��51)
Terms, $600 cash; balance
monthly payments.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH. ���
Train leaves New Westminster for  Vancouver:     5,  I
7:20, 8 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New  Westminster fer Vancouver at  fl
half hour until 11 p.m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver
11:20 a.m.. and 3:20 p.m.
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 7K antl every hour
thereafter up lo 11 p.m., connecting at  Ebtnns Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and every
half hour thereafter up to 11 pm.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Ahbotsford  only^Leave  New Westminster 1:15 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster ii a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Are You Aware  ���	
that electric power is available from our muins, which now extend��� $
in addition to branch mains���from the west end of the city ��,0��* !
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Hrunetw }
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   of our,,
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service may be made at the cpm"
pany's local ofTlce, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancouver,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
*
Klglt
Wiring  Inspection
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Mr. H. Burnes, electric wiring inspector, has requested us '*>
residents  and  building  contractors within the municipality of ��" ^
hy, that application for inspection  of   wiring  may  bo  made ai     .^
Home street, or at the Lighting Company's office, Vancouver, u.   - ,j
at the Municipal Hull, Burnaby. ,       .     '
No Service Connections Can  Be Made by the Company Vm**9
Wiring Certificates is sent in to us.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
B1BSJ
notify
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