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 PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.
VOIA'MK ��, Nl'MBER  12
S��M    "^'"'���u.p
^ 2b   1WY *&*\ TIME TO GET
9'1     YOU��lLOT AT
WHIBfe  FIOCK.
?*u
WH^fE, SHILES & CO.
��� ���fl|w  WESTMINSTER.
CHILLIWACK LODGE
IN FRATERNAL VISIT
FORTY MEMBERS OF EXCELSIOR,
NO. 7, I. 0. 0. F., ENTERTAINED
BY ROYAL CITY ��� SPEECHES
AND BANQUET.
EAHL GREY CRITICIZED
BECAUSE OF AUIViTl
NKW  WKSTMINSTKK,  B.C.,  SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH IS, 1911,
TEN PAGES.
Forty
No. ', I
members of  Lodge  Kxcelsior
CovernorGeneral's Fondn
Seas Club Is Su
ess for Over-
WOULD NAME PEERS   ! LUMBER COMPANY LIAS
[    f ROM ACROSS SEAS| CAPITAL OE $5,500,000
'RID'* HAtoihUhMHMIE
BUYS $30,000 PliOPEKTK
bject of Comment
by John  S.  Ewart.
in
OU nuii  letter
March  is, -John s. Bwart,
written to   the   Citizen
onbeSff ^ Grey  ��� '"' hl8 a"Uvlt>:'
O. o. P., or Chilliwack, paldl^'o/es the VsaSa^Ttes"?pf ^JI
a fraternal visit to the members   of,"1,1""'  l"11  says he win  be  Well
Boyal   City   lodge, No. ;;, last night ��� cv,'i      lf his   aotlon   "eou.es   I
:       ,a.l the otlicers  or  the  Harden   2Rl^S^^L ^^Vl
self.
IRISH POLITICAL JOURNAL HAS
NOVEL SUGGESTION FOR REFORMATION OF UPPEF; HOUSE;
���IMPERIAL   PARLIAMENT.
CONCERN FLOATED THROUGH
LEGAL OFFICES OF HEADS Oc
CANADIAN NORTHERN WILL
DEVELOP   B.  C.   RESOURCES.
sari
Ottawa, March
River Lumbei
sun.
ol' the Garden
City  urbanization  making  llie  trip.
M.i'.. r  Munro and  .1.  ('.  Genders
one   of   the   charter   members
ii .uii/.e iiie lodge a Quarter ot
���   ,:   i,r\ ago, were in the party,
The turnoul   to  receive the  visitors
vag one of the largest seen in Oddl
Fellows   circles for several  monthi,'   templeman denies char^f*
���boul  150 sitting down to the repast       0HARGES-
_r.cI after the lodge had adjourned.! Minister of Mines Volunt
into the upperjcorporated through  the
IS.���The   Columhla
company  lias been  1 n-
egal  offices
The letter goes on to describe Grev
who as u perfervld Imperialisl whose dear-
Em7 ,   'V�� M" Canada """��' for
Political and  war purposes with    the
motherland.
Tbechali al the lu\*l<E' the i ible was
occupied by D, E. MacKenzie, |>. c. k.
i_ho discharged hls duties in a capable
manner.
In.]...led among those who took part
In tlie program were J, C. Henderson,
Mann Munro, _ W. Nelems, P.O., R.
A. Hen.Ic son, of Chilliwack; Rev. A.
Deli. Owen (song), Leigh Netherby
Hong), I-' Julian (speech), J. \v. MacDonald .speech), and N. It. Brown
i speech..
The ��� itheiing broke up shortly after
midnight, tbe Chilliwack Odd Fellows
tearing for home on their special car
liulf an hour later.
teers Evidence
Hon. Willi
stand
ii.I nil y    yester-1
e charges that'
n any way to liurk
at Chinese  Inquiry.
Vancouver, .March IK
Templeman,   on the
Chinese immigration    ;
day. denied in toto lh
he bad attempted
the Inquiry, or that he "had heen    i.
toxicated  iu  the company
Service  Agent   Foster.
The Investigation will probably bold
its last session  this morning.
FAMINE RELIEF.
Sum  of $114
London, March 18.���The Irish Times
says that if il   is really desirable    to
Introduce fresh blood
house, and at   the same  time Justify |
the title of imperial  parliament, no or Maokenzie and Mann with a capital
better way could  be found than  byI0' Qve nna a half million dollars. The
giving considerable representation InJ headquarters of the company will be
uiu house ol  l.oide to the dominions   i.,  t���.    .
beyond the seas. aominiOnsJ.ln   lorcn.o, but the operations of the
 j company   will   be   chiefly   in   British
Packers on Deck. | Columbia,
Mexican. Mex., March i;��� John Cud-!     Another  incorporation  gazetted   to-
ahy. sen., John Cirlahy, jun��� and Ger-  day of interest to the Wei
aid Cudahy, Chicago packers, arrived, tbe   California    Steamship   .,...,,.,,.
here today to look after the extensive' with headquarters in Vancouver    Th
interests wliich they hold in northern
Lower California,    and
Socialist Member for Nanaimo, Foe o'
Capitalists, Revealed as One of
the Despised Class.
TORY MEMBtR IS
FORCED TO RETRACT
CAMPBELL.   OF   DAUPHIN,   CALLS
HUMBOLT M. P. LIAR SEVERAL.
IN   HOUSE  AT
TIMES���UPROAR
OTTAWA.
ot
wiiiiam      "."."..'a.   .mu      .nn
at    the  tl,rea,eiied by the insurrectoa.
whicli      are
headquarters in Vancouver.
, capital is fixed at $200,1	
CALGARY IiMVENTOR IS
BEHIND PRISON BARS
BODY OF AGED PIONEER IS
INTERRED AT SAPPERTON
SCORES
AN EMPTY VICTORY
SECOND RATER MEMSIC EASILY
DEFEATED BY LIGHTWEIGHT
CHAMP���CONTEST WENT NINE
ROUNDS���BOUT   STOPPED.
The
Subscribed for Starving
Thousands  in  China,
special
l/M Angeles, March   IT.���Tlie much
talked twenty round   bout   scheduled
I v.digast, Michigan, holder
of tbe lightweight championship, and
'       ��� .si. .   of   this     city,     tcok
ii   ��� afternoon    and    resulted
��� ��� had figured it out. Reports circulated   that   the   pair   were
-���"��.�� I",   the tMlc w��-�� tleuird heie
men   entered   the   ring.
Men..-. ig defeat at the bands
o( Lew Powell at Oakland twelve
months ago, had done nothing to gain
him u position to meet any of thu
��� be has always heen a
coi latei t and willing boxer who puts
"i1 ���> go "i healthy battle.
The conteBl by rounds follows:
R id :     11 ey went into a clinch.
Wolgasi forced to the ropes and landed two lefts to ihe stomach. Menisic
rd righl to the face. lie re-1
peated moment later. Wolgast
landed two hard lefts and a right to
h Menisic wrestled Wolgast t.i lhe Boor, Wolgast rose and
took a left t . tha face. They clinched
and Wolgasi sent his right to the chin.
Wolgasi Benl a left to the face.
Round Memslc    sent    straight;
lefl tn   the face.    Memslc    assumed
'    'is and  used Ills weight   in
ni'l.cs.    Wolgast  sent  a left tj
race and repented a moment later,
drawing blood  from   Memslc's    nose.
Wolga :   howed up well   in   the   In-
lighting.   Memslc landed a light swing
'" Uie  kidneys and   shot   three  long
range ten    to Wolgast's    right    eye.
Thej . in, l:,.,!. and   Wolgast  sent  twi
righU  ...   the   head.     Memslc   swung
' hard  righl   to the head  and  stag-
"'        '.  ast.     Wolgast   came   hack
with a
committee selected at
the public meeting in the council
chamber on Tuesday evening to raise
funds for the relief of the Chinese
who are in a state of starvation
caused through the dreaded famine in
the Celestial empire, has not allowed
the grass to grow under tlieir feet
and a full complement of lists have
now been distributed in hanks and
other public places. Alderman J. S.
Bryson has been an untiring worker In
the noble cause and inside five hours
yesterday he had collecteJ no less
sum t.ha* $114.
i bose    ��uu   donated
Loree.    $20;     May...
Clute.
Man Who Claims to  Have Perfected
Wonderful Aeroplane, Supposed
Seen Here, Is in Trouble.
Four    Former    Royal    Engineers   and
Two Sons of Sappers Act as Pall
Bearers of Allen Cummings.
"ilatlierleigh," the handsome    residence  of  Thomas  Hooper,  the    well ���
known architect,    on  the    southwest      rt_
corner of liellville and Menzies'. ottawa. March 18.���The House was
streets, just opposite tlie C. P. li. in a" uproar yesterday afternoon
coast service oil ices, is reported to, when Campbell, Conservative member
'" ���'��� l! = "i��""��... for Dauphin, Man., in reply t��� a.
. speech by Dr. Neely, Liberal member
. for Humbolt, Who, in reply to critiesm
of the department of tl.e Interior hail
made charges against the Conservatives, called Neely a liar,
once, but several times.
For a time the usually peaceful
House resembled a regular Danny-
brook, especially when Campbell re-
iused to obey the ruling of the deputy
speaker and *��������- '���'- **-- -*-���- ���
able words.
not onlv
haie been sold . . ... ,,. .,���.,,���,,, ,,
tliwaite, M. L. A. for Nanaimo, for the
sum of $30,000, says yesterday's Victoria Times. With the rapid expansion of the business section of tlie
city, the property which for many
years has been known as one of the
prettiest residential sites In tlie city,
has ceased to become desirable for the
latter purpose, anu has assumed a
>alue as a location lor commercial
enterprise. Its pro imiiy to the C. P.
R. docks, the parllpment buildings, the
Empress hotel and the site of the
to anu i ruiiK ra, ine hotel, gives it!
unsurpassed advant iges as a location j
for an apartment house or hotel.
INDIGNITIES. 	
  bolt gave expression to the same senti
Women  of Prominent  Family  Forced   men,s in tlie o;.en he (Campbell)
take back the objection-
Campbell defied Neely to repeat his
larges  outside    the     floor    of    tlie
House, where he was not protected by
privilege.     If   the   member   for   Hum-
K^U   ��� ���	
ch
Calgary, March' 17.���A young man
named Ii. F. Baden, who is the inventor of the Calgary flying machine, anl
Is employed as an operator with tha
C. P. It., is now in serious trouble ani
ls behind the bars at tlie police court
accused of passing a false money
order telegram on the Hank of Commerce for $760.
B.
to Disrobe in Lusitania Stateroom.
-ev York. March 18.���The wife and
daughter of Joseph Bull, one of   the
wi-:i.i u.est men of Savanah, Ga., were
forced   to  disrobe  in  their  stateroom
  . on    board    tlie    Lusitania   yesterday
| afternoon, owing to the customs off i-
conclusion of an impressive1 clals having received    a    mysterious
message to the effect that the ladies
weie trying to smuggle a valuable
diamond necklace ashore.
Ti o   . iue  was  later   proved  to  he
worthless.
of
was
tbe
At the
ceremony, held at the church of Our
Lady cf the Holy Rosary, Vancouver
yesterday morning, aud at which the
Kev. Father Lechesne officiated, the
remains of tlie late Allen Cummings
were brought to this city on a special
C.  E.  II. car and deposited in the
prepared   to   give   him   some
finest sport ever witnessed.
Campbell finally retracted after being ordered to do so by the speaker.
FATHER McCUELOUGH GIVES
ADDRESS ON IRISH SAINT
a
��� Id
who    donated    were    J, C.
ii; Mayor Lee, Jj.u; John
Victoria, $10; J. W Crelghton.
$1"; Rev. J. B. Henderson, la; Rev.
'" *-* Hrown. $6: J. B. Biv.on, $5; A
S. Hirr, |6; M. R. Cotsworth, $6; W.
Norman Hole, K.C. ?.",; L. M. Richard-
\>. i son. 16: \. Daniels, $6;
T. Filler. $6; .1. E. Hawkshaw. Jail rs. OUv��r, $1; J. P. Poult on, $3; J.
...  . o..n*. ,-J;  total,  .114.
Roman Catholic cemetery.   It was only
For some time past Baden has been   flttin8 that the pall bearers -were men
nabbed  of  H
San Francisco, March IT.���(spurred
by promise of a large reward police
and detectives here today are hustling
to recover a pearl necklace of seventy-
five matched gems, of which Mrs. Gordon Hromfleld, society woman, was
plundered late yesterday, while she
was on her way from the Century club
io  tbe   l'alace  hotel.
occupied finishing an invention wliich
consists of an airship consisting of
the combined principals ol the dirigible balloon and the aeroplane. Several times lie has appri ached prominent men in the city in an endeavor to
secure sufficient funds to pay for the
material and the building of the dying
ma. bine, but he failed and it looked to
the unfortunate inventor thai his efforts to secure money were fruitless
and that there was no chance of get-
iinc the amount ' He re iniied about
Z.~ ~. 7" I three   thousand   dollars   to   complete
N.ckiace. -+TRc'H��BHlW WW d*y after day he call
ed upon monied men of the city, ex
plained   his   invention,   hut   in
case was turned down.
linden is employed at the C. P. R.
telegraph of!i e as an operator and it
is alleged thi t finally becoming desperate, and deciding to get the money
in spite of everything, he contrlv. <! i
scheme to secure It.   It is alleged t
wbo had. with the dead comrade, gone
through hardships anl tiials in the
early days of the Kngiish sappers and
Which last name is now tlie foundation
of Sapperton, where the pioneers settled away back in the late fifties. Geo.
Turner, L. F. Bonson ( Hammond i;
Robert Butler (who travelled specially from Victoria!, and Sam Archer had
all toiled and slaved that those coming after might reap the benefits of
their handiwork and these, with W I
li. Keary and J. C Digby the two la:-!
ter sons of original sappers, compiet-
Wlll  Turner Good  as "Father."       I
"Father an.l    the    Boys,"    one    of
George  Ades    famous    comedy    successes,  produced  at  tbe  opera house
last evening with William  H. Turner
in tbe title role, was well appreciated
by a fair sized audience.    Although it
has  been  surpassed  by  several  ot he-
successful plays by the same author.
, the plot ot "Father and the Boys" Is
one that is well  knit  and keeps the
audience guessing as to what "Father"
is about to do next.   William 11. Turner in the role of "Father"  is  good,
but  for the balance of  the company
little can be said.
St. Patrick's Day Properly Celebrated
by Sons and Daughters of Erin
at St. Patrick's Hall.
Bulbs to Be Cheaper.
Washington,   March   IT.���Prices
ot
Appropriately     St.     Patrick's    hall
was  selected   for   the    concert    witb
which   local   Irishmen   celebrated  tlie
anniversary   of  the   national  patron'^
canonization.     For     three     hours    a
crowde.1  house  listened,  encored  anj
encored   again,   until  one  almost,  felt
sorry for the artistes who so willingly
answered every call on their talent. It
was only natural that the songs whicli
1 liave made the  Emerald Isle famous
| should  monopolize  the  program���und
i nivir a man objected.
Rev.   Father    McCullough   gave   a
Honors for Chinese.
New York, March IT.���Columbia
University has vote I a membership in
the Sigma Xi society a high scientific
honor, to Chung Yu Wen. a Chines.;
Student in metallurgy. Sigma XI cor,-
ms. oi..is in a general way to the Phi
Beta Kappa honors of the academic
courses.
CANADIAN-MADE GOODS.
Toronto Board of Trade Has Scheme
to Promote Their Purchase.
Toronto, March IT.���The Toronto
board of trade proposes to Inaugurate
an all-Canadian shopping week in
Toronto deling the early summer. An
e^oi-t wlll be made to Induce all shoppers to ask at tlie stores for Canadian-
made goods and to Induce merchants
to make a special display of home
products.
ed tbe party of six who held the places
of honor when all that was moi tal of
every  the dead man was slowly lowered.
A letter to the relatives    was read
from  Colonel  Wolfenden. of Victoria,
expressing deep regret at his inability,1 	
to attend the obsequies and recalling'_,.___���_   .._��.   __   _��.-,   _.,
many    actions    of    the    dead  British   FjfPRFSS   MFN   fill   fl   T OK
soldier.    Mr. and  Mrs.  R. Drummond. | MlKM   fflLU   UU   UUI   Uli
the  latter tbe  only  child  of the  de-
four sons
were  the  chief
Cine   aar   o*^*.**,^:   bim       �����-   .a   ����<��.-.....    .     Ut      me     lUllfl       IUV     UU1J       d,
he made out a false telegram as fjl-  ceased veteran,  with their
lows: and  two daughters
The   Telegram. mourners.
Minot. N.  D.	
Bank of Commerce, Calgary:
On identification please pay to B.
P. Baden (address) $T50. Draft for
amount sent today.
First National Bank.
lt is also stated that Baden took
the telegram ti tbe bank and they
gave him the money, but he was afterwards arrested and put in the cells.
Teople of Calgary will remember the
reports  received   from  all   over   the
west in regai d to strange lights bein.
seen nt  night  in the air, and later B
F. Baden came out with the statemen
that tlie lights were carried on a fly-
\. .L-Ill'1-, l.'ll.    .Mill Cil    11.���riii-ea      ui ,        ���'���         -* e~      ct��� - -     ���
electtic  ll_lrt bulbs are to drop one-  short talk on "Features on Irish His-
.......   .-.onr'jng to intimations  todav   tory."    Although the speaker appea'-
at the department of justice, following   ed to be rather nervous, he warmed tt
ent federal    suit   against    the  his subject and he made many of hi?
"electric trust." I points go home to his hearers' hearts
  J by appealing to them as Ii ish men an 1
women who loved their country.    He
traced tbe history of Ireland from tha
j time of the Saint to the present day
, j and although when on the latter head
' i he mentioned the names of prominent
At a meeting of the board of control of the R. A. and I. Society yesterday, Secretary W. H. Keary was
authorized to attend the meeting of
the Western Fair managers at Regina on Marcli 2'. The objects of this
conference is to exchange views and
opinions on the many affairs whicli are
held throughout the Dominion every
year and as Mr. Keary is the doyen
among the managers and those who
follow the life, his presence is eagerly looked for at these round table conclaves. He will read a special paper
on the subject of "Booth Fairs" and
oinint IN JVtff lOnH till ^^t^V~i>��"^"iiuSMoSi'
  I not to get into controversial  waters-
Reverting: hack    to    St. Patrick, tho
Express Com-1 speaker said that there was no more
j inspiring    reading   in    the     English
language than that dealing with    the
triumph of the Cross under the Saint'*
regime.    Irish missionaries had gone
to  foreign  flelds,  but  their  presence
was the sign for warefare and slaughter.   It was not so with the wonderful
humane    good    hearted    saint whose
canonization   they   were   celebrating;
that evening.    The confidence wbica:
the people of Ireland had reposed to
the    olden    times    waa
Wells-Fargo  and   U.  S
pany's Staff All Out���22,000 Men
Are Involved.
New York, March    IT.���A    general
strike  of  the  drivers  and   nelpe.s  of
the    Wells-Fargo    and    the    United
States Express companies became ef-
lectlve    touay.     Employees   of   the   ....  ...
American  and  the  National   Express I the saint in
ing  machine   whicli   he   had   invented   there is no man better qualified to dis
companies were ordered out
fused to leave their jobs.
General  Manager Ashton,    of
i to the face an.l a left to
the    tomach      Memslc   had   a   slight  and went to his corner groggy-
shade     is round Hound 7.���Memslc    came    to    tne
Round Wolgast rushed from his centre stronger and shot left to bead.
Miner and sent three hard rights to Thev clinched and the champion sen
'^ faci and pounded Memslc's kid- right to Memslc's face. Memslc sent
DeV�� "������ the clinch. Wolgast landed uKi,i lefl to the nose and tney
fl��hl and lefl to the head an.l Mem- clinched. Wolgast sent a hard light
si(' was warned for holding. Wolgast uppercut to the mouth and rushed nis
"W o lefl to the face and took a left1 opponent to the ropes, lie sent mem-
to tbe mouth in return. isle's  head   back   with  a jab  and    e-
Round 4.-Memsic swung left to1 peatedly with a left to the onin.
Wolgast's car and thev clinched. Woi- Menisic fought back gamely, but seem
���� Bwung right and left to the head 0(| unable to do any damage.
an,l lefl to the stomach. Wolgast Round 8.���Wolgast met Memsic
wm lefl in Memslc's noiJ. Memslc comlng out of his corner and sent
lilmll>1> left to the stomach and took i,ard right to body as they doseo in.
a hard right In return. Wolgast Wolgast sent left to face. Mm o
Punished Memslc In the clinches. landed left to the face and tOOK two
Memslc sen left to tho ear and avoid | lefts to the nose. He aPPea���{ l
ed a ,.������nter. | litUe stronger, but could not land an
Round 6.���They sparred and Memslc effect1'" niineh   on   ,lu'   l'lMnll""n-
fnm Lis lefl to the stomach     ""
"Icl a second
rushed
and in which he had made several
trips to different parts of the country.
Mr. Baden visited Portland and there
made arrangements with a company
to buii.i ins Hying machine tor him,
hut they quoted a sum whicli w is be-
>ond his means. i\e at once returned
to Calgary and called upon certain
panics lo obtain the money and intended to bold exhibitions in the
spring with the machine and ln that
way secure the necessary amount to
pay them back. Baden also applied to
several exhibition committees in tho
west asking tliem to secure his services for living machine exhibitions
for this year's fairs. He will be (red
next week and B. W. Collison will defend him.
course on that than Mr. Keary. The
Dominion of Canada exhibition will he
held this year in Regina and tlie dates
decided upon are from July .11 to
August 12, Inclusive.
The halibut steamer Roman will
leave for Vancouver today where her
boilers and engines will be overhauled
preparatory to making the first trip
north to the fishing banks. The Roman will leave about the end of the
month. The steamer B. C. P. is also
being overhauled at the Lulu Island
shipyards for the opening of the fish-
int-r season.
On Monday next a meeting of the
Roval Columbian Hospital board of
managers will be held in the secretary's office, Columbia street.
teamsters' union, said today that
oun men are involved in the strike
orders. Ashton is seeking a general
arbitration agreement in order to effect a settlement of the teamsters'
grievances. If he fails, it is predicted
that a general strike of all teamsters
will follow.
hut ro-1 unique in many ways.    He went    to
I France, Germany,    Iceland,    Swedea.
the and his travels were one gigantic suc
cess. Despite the fact that he had
been almost a god amongst his. peoplcr,
it was not until.he was dead that th��
Irish realized his worth. In the three
hundred years following his demise.
Ireland, absolutely through his teachings, made a name for herself which
i shall live for ever.    During that long
Pearson Buys Quarter Interest
In Dominion Trust Building
The express companies are prepar-   period,  battles   with   the   Danes  hadi
ing for a fight to a finish. | the effect  of  making  Ireland  realise
The strike leaders announced that that she had a purpose to pursue and
at a meeting of the men to be held ' not only was this carried out by the
this afternoon it was expected that i kings, but they did not rest until the
tlie employees of tlie Westoott Ex-! time came when they not only won
press and the New York Transporta-' out,_but succeeded in clearing their
tlon company would he called out. | ioved country of outsiders. The battle-*
In Manhattan all police reserves are  |n "dear dirty" Dublin and Limerick
were told in detail and reminded the
audience that Ireland's past had indeed been clouded.
The vocal and Instrumental numbers*
n-ere contributed by Miss Alberta.
Lavery, A. Williams, Mtas Bitfcry
O'Sulllvan, Miss Eileen McGuire. Wili'
Allott, Frank Mulgrew, Fred Ftlfeiancs.
being held in readiness for duty.
MEN CHARGED WITH
BIG LAND FRAUDS
time, but W
him to the ropes, landing a
"erlea ol left and right smashes which
tm Memslc half down. Memslc
ion. lit back wildly and Wolgast pep-
PWM him and got awny with tho
counter. Wolgast sent hard right to
l(v and landed left to stomach. Mem-
nn" on and appeared to be*satis-
'' over up and avoid punishment,
was groggy at the end of tho
Washington, March IT���That the so-
called  "Frost  cases"  constitute    the
most extensive land frauds In the hls-! aM���Ui ,������,���  .   ...	
tory of the Interior department was ,iml \V. Gillespie. Master Croll oWfgedf
the statement today of Land Com- vvitli a couple of Irish jigs. Miss Laura
mi��stoner Fred Dennett. Lavery.  who  presided  at  the piaiw-
Nine men are under Indictment bv j fortei wag ^e recipient of mnch praf��s��-
t'e   federal  grand Jury  at    Chicago.  for **eT skilful manipulation   of   th&
    , , The   men   are   charged   with   having ,tev8,
eral offers for the property have been | planned  to steal coal    lands    worth |     _r   ftoherty discharged the duties
received by the owners, but at no time  $10,000,000.   It is alleged they built a of chairman,
was a sale considered. j railroad connecting   the   lands   with
T. R. Pearson, who now holds a con-  Alaskan markets and ports, and that
pleted a local syndicate purchased   it
from the Dominion Trust company fo.- j
about $K!0,000.    Since that time se>
lie
fiwi t,
Mollis
found
it
Poun
Quart.
and hi
fapl-dlj
tha
MeniMc. effective puuvu   "������    ������-    ,,'���.���,, 	
Memslc Wolgast rushed WjBjn^   ^)eV ^ Robert Kenned), of the flrm of Ken-
Wolgast  ^^J^%^^t^[ttO the nedy Bros., has sold to T. R. Pearson
Ive    Memslc was on the ropes at bell, his one-fourth interest In the Uomin-
',,"   ���Ji o_Woleast fought carefully ion  Trust hlock on  Columbia street,
i��l    . ,-Mititf the law.    Wolgast's the largest  building  ln  Westminster,
Mows sentISemric   reeling   and   he the  deal   being  completed   yesterday
1       ,    i      !   ..Ill       Memslc   WHS   unable   afternoon. * I      l,n.r�����ni,wiKiiHiwiiw��u����iir   AiaSKUll   iuar��e��  ���*���***  l��"">.  "������   "���
landed  at  Win.    wouib *     reforrte     The pi.jce received by Mr. Kennedy trollinr interest in the block, and who  they planned to float a multi-million
to make ami "ience��u awart]ej   la silld t0 lle |n the neighborhood of has other large realty interests in the stock company.   American and Cana-
Btepped between uie u�� : $5<>,000.   This places the value of tho city and district, ls reported to    be ��� aian  capitalists  are  Involved  in  the
the bout to \\ o^a-t- | tn|j'|(1,ng nnd g|te at $200,000, making about to form a trust company to be J charges.
*        ���t=fl /be correspondent in Los I it tho most expensive property In the  known  ns the  T.   R.  Pearson  Trust i -���       u"~
T am glad flic '.orrwonoBi   ^  ������.| c(ty j company, the Intention being for the|      St. Patrick's Day In Old^Dublin.
the building was put up for tho Incorporated company to take over all I Dublin, Ireland, March 17.���St. Pai-
Dominion Trust company about four! Mr. Pearson's landed interests, with ric_ . Lay was celebrated throughout
years ago. It being the forerunner of  the exception of his model  farm  at | Ireland with unusual   enthusiasm   on
o��nd B.-Memsic came out covered  Angeles has contradicted thei slUy re
" ;"''l Wolgast  swung his right to   pott about the bout of P*WP
thehoad.   The clinched and Wolgast!,ng  for    the    world's    chanipioshll.
''I Memslc over the ring at close; Memslc has been WnslfiWedla m M".
ra- Memslc's left eye was closed'good second rater for the past tweivo
ciuned to he losing strength  months, but he shot his h< t when in
a    Wolgast worked his right to, lost to Lew Bowel  on <Apt    0   �����. in
"""I  and  stomach  without any j tbo o-oniii"   rounds Ot tnat mm
���"'P''ack and sent a hard left to tho ��� ��� ,
[acC'   Memslc was covere:! with blood iContlntied on Page H\e.)
years ago. It being tne forerunner or tne exception or ms mouei num tniireianu wim unusuai biuuubiooiu *j
the many business blocks erected dur- Pitt Meadows, which he reserves for j the promise of Home Rule at an earl
lng the past few years.   The site had   himself. date.   The trooping of co'ors at Dublin
heen vacant since 180S, when the big'    Whether Mr. Pear .cn. in the event | was carried out with great ceremony,
fire destroyed the building which then  of the company being formed, would j Queen-mother Alexandra sent the eus-
I stood  there ,^t.....   t*j%��in    ....H.a    lift,    l-aa   tint    hoAii     lAmara    tiroaf.nl    .if    shamrock    to    tlie
NURSES' STRIKE  OVER.
Superintendent of Hospital at Seattfe
Makes Statement as to Situation.
"Seattle. March 17.���With eiRht
nurses and seven orderlies working.
Dr. W. H. Corson, who assume*
charge of the King county hospital
last night, now says the strike at the
conTiTy institution is at an enl. Ttta
county wlll pay $45 a month for
graduate nurses, $40 for non-graduates.
nnd $30 for orderlies.- None of
Shortly after the building was com-
of the company being formed, would: Queen-mother Aiexanura sent me cu* nnn s:tu ror oraernes. - None or ue
retire from active life las not been ^mary present of shamrock to the nurses who went on strike are to ba
us^eitalned. Irish Guari'.s. taken back. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, MARCH
18.
1311.
famous doctor's HAREM SKIRF MAY
PBESCRPTON.
CAPfURE LONDON
GENERAL
B. Fletch,
WANTKD���A   GIRL   FOU
housework,    Apply   Mrs
:%! i Eighth street.
WANTED���WE    HAVE)    TO    LOAN
LSO.00O,   amounts  of  $500   upwa:'ds.
P. Peebles, 820 Columbia si reet
WANTED���FIRST I'LASS TROUSER
maker. Apply ,1. N. Aitchison, Co-
htmbia street.
WANTKD��� AN OFFICE BOY FOU
real estate office. Apply Diamond
* Corbould, Lavery block.
WANTKD ��� THOROUGHLY GOOD
housekeeper, Apply in person Immediately to F. T. Cliff, Kast Burnaby.
OCR   BHINGLES   AUK   A   LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 880. Hox 1003. If yo.i
prefer, order them with your lumber through  Small &  Hucklin.
FOR SALE.
-150 ACRES OF GOOD
RESENTMENT IN WORLD'S CAPITAL AGAINST LATEST FREAK
DRESS FOR WOMEN IS NOT
NOW SO PRONOUNCED.
NINE- TENTHS of an acre, all cleared,
corner Second and Durham streets.
This will subdivide into several
nice lots. Price (3000; $1150 cash,
balance terms.
ror* SALK ^^^^^^^^^^^
land, with one mile water frontage!
on main channel Fraser river; one-
Half miles from C, N. R., one-third \
mile from C. P. IL, one and one-half
miles from B. C. K. K. Price $1501
per acre.    $4500 cash, balance  five| SIXTH avenue���A modern house with
AN eight-room modern house, fine
view, on Eleventh stieet, close to
Fifth avenue.    Price $4-0i
terms.
or six years at 7 per cent. Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.    Phone F 570.
a >
FOR BALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 251
horsepower engine; length of boat
���10 feet; width of beam 9 feet lu|
inches; good house. Boat thoroughlv i
equipped with life belts; license tor
25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J.I
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
furnace, six rooms. Price $3260;
$1000 cash; balance three years at
7 per eent.
FOU    SALE���AT    A    BARGAIN,    16
horsepower,   4-cylinder   CowJe   ent
-gine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and has only heen
used two weeks. Must be sold al
ence. Price $600. Apply W. .'.
Kerr, New  Westminster B. C.
A NEW six-room house, cor. 7th avenue and Sixth streets.   Pi ice $3500
$1500 cash;   balance two years.
SEVENTH avenue���A new seven-
room house. Price $3000; balance.
terms.
t
A MODERN six-room house in good location, one block from Queen's
park. Price $2650; $600 cash, balance as rent or to suit.
FOU SALK���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can he seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
SAPPERTON���An eight-room h ous-.\
modern, with furnace, nice view.
Lease for one year to run; $.,200;
$1000 cash, balance terms.
HAMILTON STREET ���Two large
lots,   $950  each,  one-third  cash.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED   HOUSE
rooms;  possession May  1.    Call
Agnes street.
LONDON STREET���Four lets at $525
each, one-third cash, balance easy.
London, March 17.���British resentment of rest Met ions on personal liberty promises to result in a vigorous
movement In tavor of the harem
skirt.
The action of the mobs in Vienna
and Paris in attempting to block the
Innovation by violence has produced
a feeling of disgust in London. Leading merchants intend to stock up with
the harem skirt and push its sale.
Many letters are appealing in tho
press In favor of the new fashion.
The artist, Harry Furniss, says today:
I     "One or more of the fashionable por-
1 trait   painters  should   paint   some   of
| their fair sitters in harem dress.
"1 am convinced that if the art'sis
, and tlieir sitters lead the public will
follow. I do not mean follow in the
sense that cads and   cadesses   folio,v
I women whether In the harem or any
other new costume, In the public
thoroughfares with jeer and insult.
Bul more considerato people could see
i in tlie quiet of the royal academy how
artistic and attractive the new dress
is. ln the name of common sense let
us adopt the ankle dress as permanent and muzzle the changing, uncomfortable, microbe-gathering costumes
which the ever designing dressmakers
invent.
"The reason many Kngiish women
object ,o the skirt, I am told hy their
French-American rivals, is thai they
have large feet. The fact is that in
bygone days English women wore
large shapeless hoots. The long, nervous foot of the English girl is preferable to the squat, short-toed French
hoot, or to the narrow, low instep of
the American beauty. Besides the
ankle skirt can be made like the end
I of a Christmas cracker, and thus hide
the feet where it is necessary."
, "What has 'lone more to scot cli If
not kill sensible dress is the name, At
'the moment of writing I hit upon
'ankle skirt,' but if the modern Gains-
I borough should paint it there is no
reason why the "Sargent skirt' should
not hecom as famous as the Gains-
bovongh hat."
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Sice
Burn    H��on�� 1*
Street
'Phone H&.
Columbia      ^^^^^
Kaggsge   dellveren    promptly
���ny part or the city
Light and Heavy Hauling >
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
1300 Varieties of Tea
_____
Of the 1300 kkcU of tea, s��me must be
better than others. Am*sm*t_ these better teas
"Salada" Ceyloa Tea tvwers high as the sunny
mountain slopes on which it is grown.
The plantation* of Salada" have the best
advantages of sail anal climate. The tea plants
are the choicest, and only tha tender leaves and
buds are used. "Salada" comes to you in sealed
air-tight packages preserving its delicacy and excluding all outside taint ef dust and dirt
Aik your crocer for " Salad*" Tet or ntnd
for a free trial package which make* j.1,
cupa of delicioua tea. We will mall it to
you without charge. Say whether you ..,
Black, Mixed or Green Tea and the pnc��
you pay par pound.
_TE_L
Yearly Sale. Orer
20,000.000 . acaacea
The "Salada
32 Yonge Street
����
Tea Co.
Toronto
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and   Fifth  Avenue
PHONE   370.
Clearance Sale
OF
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
PALMER
GASOLINE ENC1NES
3*A  to 26 11.  P.
2  and   4 Cycle.
Local   Agentt
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
Tht
A. J. BIRTCH
White House 617 Columbia Street
im���trw. ������^t^r^Jf**rw'fi^-.-w:mirmm-.mrj*L'nr t.rrwiuiii'wumnunr,. OBiCatBtaJ
fi
��������*���������������*������*���*��������'�����������***������������*���������>*'����������������:>.;'����������
Westminster.
 *
LO
111
TO RENT���LARGE, WELL FURN-
ished front room: suitable for two
gentlemen.   70'3 Asr.es street.
TO RENT���A FIVE-ROOM  MODERN
house, bathroom, washhoise. wood-
house, etc., moderate rent. Eniutre
M.3 Fourteenth street, above Hi. lu i
avenue.
TO RENT���EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on First street and Eighth avenue
Kent $12 per month.   Apply Mr,
del!, riOS Sixth street.
PORT MANN lots in
are selling rai idly,
particulars.
our subdivision
Call   and   ge*.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Room 3.
Smith Block.    .
Columbia Street.
Cor
FOR    RENT ��� FURNISHED
for one or two genltemen.
513 St. George street.
ROOM
Apply
SHERRiFF, ROSE & CO.
EDMONDS���Block cf four lets close
to B. ('. E. It. Btatlon, each iif>xir>r>,
roads hack and front and alongside.
$1400 the block; one-thi.d cash.
D.
SVIcELRQY
R672.
Phone. ^^^^^^^^^^
[623  Hamilton  St., or
i Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools,  Septic' Tanks.  Etc..   Etc.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street
CITY���Beautiful home, medern house
on concrete foundation, commanding
location in be: t. part of city and
close in; on corner lot, 66x132;
$8iJ00: one-half casii, balance over
two   years.
We Have Moved
to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
LOST.
LOST���FOX TERRIER PUP WITH
black bca I aud three hlirk spots o \
his back vct tail. Finder pleas?
notify JchnLton's Big Shoe House.
Limited.
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LES-
sons ,1 ady I certificated, Trinity college of London, Kngland), has vac-
tncy for two or three more pupil;.
Beginners thoroughly grounded:
terms from 2fic per lesson. Apply
M. L., this ofiice.
EDMONDS���Two corner lots on con-
structed road, witl.in one block of
cer station, each 66x165; $1300 tbe
two; one-quarter cash, balance ti, 12
and is months.
EIGHTH AVENUE���One and one-half
acres in west end on Eighth avenue,
affording profitable investment for
anyone subdividing; $5000; one-third
cash, balance over 18 months.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes tor l.*dlvs from |12./t
W.
Silver  Watches,    gents'    open fact
|4.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
97.50 up.
Agent for Wai tha m and HJlgll
W��tchvs.
Watch repairing a specialty
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocerj
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana ln London, Eng-
Jscd, H��w Yoik, Cli'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and luterest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annual  (present rate).
Total  ABsets  over  $186,000,000.00
CUMBERLAND    STREET���Block    of \
eight lots, each 66x132, lane at rear; I
$100 each;   cne-thlrd  cash,  balance
easy. \
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real  Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.      646 Columbia St.
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
A   FULLY   modern,   five-room    house,
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
STORE, BANK f?
AND   OFFICE^
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC   MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INCS ���ALL       KINDS      OF      WOOD
'FORKING���DESIGNS      AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
WORKS���Cornrr
J.   BROOKES.
Eleventh   and  C.-.rll
? ������>�����������������������->����� 4-��*A*�� ���>.- t, ������,*<���.*.** '
Proprietor
e. PHON
473
Notice to Contractors
Tenders are Invited for the ereetioi
and completion of a six story Btee.
frame and concrete office building, t >
be   elected  on   Columbia   street,   New
Westminster,   for   The   Westminster
i Trust Co., Ltd.
   ��� .    I    Plans and specifications can he had
one block from car line and adjoin-1 ���
in.   school; WW, $500 cash, balance"
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m    Daily
'     TO  SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday morning s.
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
0:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4. 14, 25, April l, IB, 25
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per mouth, dates to he
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Every Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SR. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
A. ent, N'ew Westminster.
ll. w. BRODIE,
0. I'. A ��� Vancouver
WE FURNISH A
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNY & ROS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminste      Phone 588
as lent if desired.
PROMINENT cleared corner lot in
West End, across the street from
Moody Square; $1600, one-third
cash; 6 and 12 months.
LOT on Tenth avenue, in the vicinit/
of much higher prices; $fi00, one-
third cash; balance G and 12 months
t the offices of the architects, Messrs.
Gardiner & Gardiner, Xow Westminster.
Tenders close on Wednesday, 28th
March, at noon. The lowest or any
tender net necessarily accepted.
P. PEEBLES
NEW
over
WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE D��ILV NEW*
LARGE corner lot in West End with
two-room house, which will bring
$10 rental; $1750, one-third cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
,' Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
I New Westminster, B. C.
| "hone 661 Residence Phone 133
THREE lots corner of. Eighth
facing Moody Square. Price
on good terms.
street
$;iiuo,
SAPPERTON���Lots $50 cash and
per montli.
$10
LOT on Princess street   near   Fourth
Btreet.    Price $700, on terms.
Royal Bank of Canada ||   Do Not Waste Money
Capital paid Up  	
Reserve     	
The Hank has 175
extending in Canada
Atlantic to the Pacific
$0,200,000
6,900,000
branches,
trom Uie
; In Cuba.
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NKW YORK ond LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent,   connections
afford every  hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Save a little systematically, Tor It Is the stuff that the foundations of tveallh and happiness are built of.
Money may he used in two ways;  to   spend   for   what   >n
needed now and lo invest for what shall he 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.
WEST END LOTS���Lot
street, near Sixteenth
$850, on good terms.
on   Nanaimo
street.  Price
Hll
NEW two-story house on Seventh
street, near Queen's avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace. Price $1200, terms
third cash, balance ti, 12 and 18
months. Good only unt.l the 20th of
this month.
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia Street.
CORRECi
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates
of
Given  on  Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thornton   Blk.
Phone  388
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
.      COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In CoalI
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN    TILE,    CRUSH"L    aND
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN    SAND,    PRESSED    BRICK
FIRE BRICK.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS ^���
^    ������
>.
PACK TENi
HfaWTi
THE DAILY NEWS.
8ATURDAY, MARCH  18,  1911.
March Twentieth Draws Near
March 10th was rather an eventful  day  for The  Imperial   Car
Company in connection with iu group of mining claims.   The
mines hare been fully described on this page before, and  the
public ts aware they were purchased some time ago, the consideration being $136,060. Tbe last   payment fell   due   on   tbe
shore date ,aad waa met promptly.    All  winter  the   company
has bad a sang OT tan. tooey tunneling sad exposing the   ore,
until now there is orer a million  tons  of  magnetic Iron   and
copper  uncovered.     The company Is having some large blocks
of ore brought down, aad also an sassy made which will show
the public Just how valuable these claims are.
The eompany is paying the expenses ot an expert mining engi-
...��
neer, Mr. T. Scott Anderson, dlreet from  Sheffield,   England.
Mr. Soott Anderson ts an associate member of tbe Institute of
Civil Engineers, as well as an expert for electric furnaces for
smelting ores.    Mr. Scott Anderson has promised to remain st
the mines at least three days and  give our company   an   exhaustive  report.    In the meantime tbe company ls letting another contract for 20 feet additional tunnels, so that   a complete analysis can be obtained.
As announced some time ago, the stock of Tbe Imperial Car company will double In price on the twentieth day of March, which means ln just TWO DAYS from now. No one wlll be able to buy one share of
stock from this Company for less than $100 per share. Many people we know are banglag back feeling that
shores will be at the same old price for an Indefinite period, but they will te sadly disappointed, lf they are not
ln before the twentieth day of March, 1911.
Let us once more impress upon your minds that The Imperlal Car Company Is here to stay, and will yet
be the largest Industrial undertaking In British Columbia. You hear of other large works variously reported
to be GOING to locate ln different places, but you never see tbem doing anything but BOOMING LAND.
The Imperial Car Company, however, Is doing all the time, and you could not buy a lot from them at any
price.    Does that not speak  loudly  enough.
We believe this stock will soon he $250 per share, and none for sale, and should a certain financial transaction take place, which Is liable to occur st aay moment, every share will be taken off the market at once. Eko
not sit back too long and feel like kicking yourselves afterwards, but get In early In the week, for this is on*
time that fickle fortune is pounding at tbe door.
Below Is a copy of an advertisement   that   has   been    running
some time, and will give seme Ides to the public the class of
business the Imperial Car  Company  intends  to bring to Vaa-
couver.    We leave lt to the citizess te say  whether or not we
should  be encouraged.
Pullman Car Company has psid Is the Isst twelve years $187,-
880,009 In dividends, asd we   have  Just  as  good   prospects   as
they ever bad. and we believe better.
B COMPETITIVE    PLANS.
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding  and   Dry   Dock  Corporation   of
British Columbia, and tbe State  of  Washington, hereby  offer a
price of *5���� for the best set of plans asd specification of their
car works to be located at   Roche  point,  otherwise  known   as
the Tows of Imperial, Rritish Columbia.    The amount to be expended os  buildings, machinery, equipment, etc.. to be $350,000.
The buildings to be of structural Iron, covered with  corrugated
iron and capable of employing  500 men.    The  buildings to he
thoroughly  well lighted  from the roof wherever possible, and to
occupy five acres of ground or approximately  40��x500 feet.  Machinery to cost ahout $150.rt00.   comprising   the    following    list,
and   to   include   also  the machinery  and   buildings  for   a  complete   cabinet   works,  capable of cutting lumber from  the   log
and  manufacturing  it  into the finest of cahtnet work.
Competitors will  use their own judgment in locating tho differ-
en.   buildings  and   placing  of  machinery   to   best   advantage.
Competition will close May 1. 1011. and at the hour of 5 p.   m.
The decision  of the  business manager of the company to   be
final  in awarding the prize.
Machinery   List:     Punch and shears, special punch and coping
machine, special punch for  itructural   work,  horizontal   punch,
single horizontal bending machine, universal shears (21. double
angle shears (with turntable complete),   gate   shears, bending
shears (fi), patented plate straightening rolls, plate planer (with
direct, electric driver), Hanging damps, pneumatic (8).
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TEW& DAILY NEWS.
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CHURCH |j
| SERVICES ji
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
ln by the pastor or other responsible
Varty.)
Sunday, March 19.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Uev. Canon 0. C. d'Easum,
��� M. A., rector; Rev. 'George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy com-
| munlon; 11 a.m., matins, sermon and
choral     celebration;    >.:30,     Sunday
- school; 7 p.m., evensong und sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton���2:110 p.m.. Sunday
scliool;  7 p.m., evensong arid sermon,
ST.  PAUL'S  REFORMED BPISCO-
|PAL���Rev. A. DeB. Owen rector.  Ser-
"vioe at  11 a. m. and 7 p. m.;  Sunday
school at 2: 'Ml p.m.; prayer meeting on
Wednesday at the home of Mr. Wilson,
Queens    avenue.      Morning    subject,
"Klisha's First Miracle."   In the evert-
9, lng Kev. Mr. Reid. local agent for the
Hritish and Foreign Bible society, will
preach.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak-
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer ineeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Morning subject,
"The Unpardonable Sin; What Is It."
In the evening Evangelist Vansickle
��� will preach on "The Attitude of the
Greatest Statesman in the World to
Christ."
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Rev. F. S. Carpenter
will preach in the morning. Pastor's
evening subject, "Courage."
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services at 11  a.  in.  and 7  p.  in.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.    Rev. M.
O. Melvln, the recently Inducted pastor, will preach morning and evening.
ST. BARNABAS (Anglican)���Rev.
E. R. Bartlett, M.A., rector. Matins
and holy communion and sermon, 11
a.m.; evensong and sermon at 7 p.m.,
Sunday school nt 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Litany and sermon at 4:30 p.m.;
Thursday, Bible and church history
at 8 p.m.; Friday, litany an.l sermon
at 7:30 p.m. i
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. ni. and 7 p. in. Sabbath
school and Hible class at 2:30 p.m.
Morning, "The Gospel of tlie Open
Window." ln tlie evening Uev. 11. M.
Irwin, a returned missionary from
Asia Minor, will preach.
BAPPERTON METHODIST���Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner ���Eighth street and
Third avenue, riurnaby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public wor-!
ship. 11 a. in. and 7 p, in. Sunday
school, 2:'Ml p. in. Prayer 'meeting.!
Tuesday, 7:30 ,p. ni.; choir practice,,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. |
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital street���Andrew Grieve, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school und Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at 8 p.m.
COLLINGVVOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonakl school
house; Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
j INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
every Sunday, 030 Fourth street, corner Fourth street and Seventh avenue,
I CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services, 11 a.m, and 7 p.m.
Wdbk day 8er\ice, every day at 8 p.m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor Service at 11 ii.in."and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school at 2:30 p.m.
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S. A. CONDEMNED AS
SLAVE TRAFFICKERS
LABOR CONVENTION GOES ON
RECORD AS OPPOSED TO ASSISTED IMMIGRATION ON ECO
NOMIC  GROUNDS.
FREE METHODISJ
Eighth street, between
Fourth avenues. Rev. C.
pastor.    Sunday school,
CHAPEJL���
Third and
S. McKinley,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 10 a.m.; service 11-.a.m.: class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rf.-. E
G. Thompson, . I.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning service, 11 a.m.:
evening, 7 p. m.; Bible class and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
GOSPEL HALIr-Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. A special
evangelistic meeting will be conducted
by J. J. Rouse, of Vancouver, at 7 p.m
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m. ____
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11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 96).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
Victoria, March 10.���A number of
resolutions covering a wide area of
Interests were the features of yesterday afternoon's session of the B. C.
Federation of Labor. Perhaps the
most important motion adopted was
tlie first one.    lt ran as follows: i
"The spread of technical education
is both inevitable and ultimately de-',
slrable in the hest interests of the
working class; therefore, be itrc-l
solved that this convention is in favor of the establishment of an education Institution, supported and controlled by organized labor, for the instruction of its members In tlie fundamental principles of our modern industrial system."
The resolution aroused considerable discussion among the delegates.
They realized that through the medium of education they would be
brought appreciably nearer their goal
���control of the political machine. It
would help them to realize their own
strength as a class, and after realization lt was but a step to the accomplishment of their aims.
Speaking of the resolution President Walters contributed a few noteworthy remarks upon the effects of
education. He said that civilization
today was measured by its industrial
progress, and anyone who stopped that
industrial development was staying
tlie wheels of progress. He was firmly of the opinion thnt if their children
were taught the ramifications of political economy, or in other wordB, taught
to understand the relationship between tlie production and the distribution of wealth, they would go far toward solving the present situation.
Other delegates expressed the opinion that the subject of political economy should be tauglit in the schools.
A new school of thought would then
be created whose ideas would be fostered by the labor press, and ln this
way the spread of enlightenment
would go on until organized labor held
the reigns of power.
Another resolution dealing with the
immigration question raised some discussion, lt was in tlie following
terms: .   ,
"Whereas assisted Immigration  has
a tendency to intensify competition ln
the labor market, thereby reducing the
standard of living enjoyed   by   wage '
earners, the employers of labor being'
solely the beneficiaries; and  whereas
Immigration   through   agencies   bein;;
the means used to supply tho employ-'
ers of labor  with workmen, thereby!
being similar to the slave traffic engaged In by 'the slaves of a past generation in  providing workers for the
masters   through   placing   commercial
institutions    such    as    the    Salvation
Army and other Immigration agencies
in the category of present day   slave
traffickers;   therefore, be is resolved,
that assisted immigration be strongly
condemned, and the executive directed
to use its hest efforts with tlie government to secure its assurance that no
aid, financial or otherwise, will be
be given to any agency engaged In assisting Immigration; and tImt unqualified approval be expressed of tlie excellent results obtained by the Trades
and Labor Congress of Canada through
Its representative in Great Britain In
counteracting the pernicious influence
at work in misrepresenting working
conditions In Canada; and that tlie executive council of the congress be
urged to use its best Influence to furnish reliable information relative to
working conditions in Canada to the
wage earners of Europe."
The discussion on the resolution resolved itself, at least with several of
the delegates, into an attack on the
tactics of the Salvation Army. One of
the delegates facetiously remarked
that while he did not offer any objection to assiste 1 passages to heaven lf|
that was necessary, he most strongly
opposed assisted immigration to a
country where the labor market was
already overcrowded.
A resolution requesting the provincial government to insert in the contracts for the construction of the provincial university a clause to the effect that wages will not be less than
the minimum union rate of wages established in Vancouver for respective
crafts; an.l another endorsing the
light  of   tlie   Pacific    Northwest    ma-
establish
chlnists in their effort to . ^vuunsi
eight hour day; and yet another a*"
proving of the action of the TradS
and Labor Council of Vancouver!
calling for a federal commission to h_
vestlgate the price of coal in Brlti��u
Columbia were adopted.
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THE LION BRAND SUITS this season are the best yet, made by
Jackson Bros., who make absolutely nothing but Boys' Clothes, and
so have become experts in the art of catering to the wants of the little men.
The Double-Breasted Coat with Bloomer is about the only style
that boys will have at present. We have them from $3.50 to $15.00,
and for size 25 to 35.
The Norfolk with straight knickers, $2.35 to $5.00.
Buster and Russian Suits in many fancy cloths for from 3 years to
6 years, $3.00 to $7.50.
Boys' Reefers in blue, fawn, red and black and white check, size
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SATURDAY,  MARCH   18,  1911.
COMMENTS
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBK.
WEEKLY REVIEW OF SPORT
CRITICISMS
Sentimentalism in Sport is
Not Indulged in By Professionals
ped quietly away from liis liaunts in
Seattle and the next thing we heir of
I him is that, his arrival is heralded in
Calgary, which he is going to make!
j hi. future home, he having carted hid!
Igoods and chattels along in the hag-'
gage  car.     Tommy  although   a  mem-!
C011EGE SENDS SIM
TEAM 10 TRACK MEEF
Billiard Player Threw Game Away This Week by Child-like piay_Furlher Ught Shed
On Status of Len Stevens, Professional "Amateur"-Mixup in B. C. L. A. Situation
-Testing Canadian Boxing Laws���Channel Swimming.
volved in t!
BY   R.
coming
-a contest.
A
this    time,
('. A. A.   I*
A.   WILSON.    ________________ __   ... . ,       ______________________________________
wens-Welsh     championship  head in a previous paragraph, 1 have
i nts is what I have received   no great leanings that wav.    On  the
_______________    , ,,. ���...    Vou    can    pat  other hand  the  North  Vancouver  lot
vs. Len  Stevens  ><'��"scli  on the hack oyer your Judg,   whilst not saying what will he the ac'
when   the   case '"   reply
; ber of the much mud bespattered and; ���	
i down-trodden profession of the noble  __,
art    of    boxing    is a    MAN,  WHITE  COLUMBIAN ATHLETES COMPETE
THROUGH and whether In was beat-!
lese kind of contests. It ing Jack Palmer at Wonderland, Lon-1
aims at brutality. Fights to a finis.i don, or going down to the terrible pun-
are certainly brutal and if a contract ishment handed out by Johnson in far
were entered into for such a fight it off Australia, always conducted him-
would be evidence of brutality, If self as becomes a sportsman in the
the boxing law was as held by mag- broadest sense of the word. Just what
istrate in the lower court it would; Tommy will do to fill in his time inl
mean the stopping of all such bouts,,' Calgary is his business, but whilst   ['
and I would he sorry to find that the  think my first guess would about hit  uV0""��(l'r'"."A.aL."ietes t0 comPeI* '*
law  was so  framed, and   that   ���" -   ���"-- <-������*������-       ^^m
AGAINST McGILL'S BEST AT
VANCOUVER TODAY ��� MANY
SUPPORTERS GOING OVER.
broadest lonse of the \\o;d.
Tnmmv   will   .lr.  tr.   fill   i.,   i.i���   .i-���    *- I      �����,���_.,   _ ,,
Columbian    college    wil
think  mv  first guess would about hit   ?,tron_r.team of athletes to
have
z?p^**��*t���r��� i,s"t-u :::zz ^^.^ **������� ^ _*��>*>��� w.����:,z,Zi^ i?*����* <**., SPOn
men wonirt i,. ����������,   I .��� younK  the bul1'8 eye' ! mllsl remain silent. I  fhe toter-coUegiate  meet   being  beid
men would be stopped from engaging  feel that  he will tell me for publica-  ��,?*��?��_!* today at the horse dum
he well and appropriate   5. Bay" ^former  and  con .uero7"oF" Wei^  of^i^^Ucklmnd.^ K7S ^ parilamenT mean/if Xl"��� &L ?L&& *L��*J. *���~ S^^"*?.***"  ���*��*
lng on the subject, ag although   Freddy    will   never   get   a
the matter i.s to a large   extent   sub  thrashing than he got at the
sounder   books and this, when it comes down to
the law me
judice
may
I, as  ihe eviden
ce
,1,.   ���v,.,, , ,���-���     ,.    3 hands of  Bh��wlng the goods, must have a lever" **reemeat is entered into are Illegal,' (.olIrse 0f a few davs
producer.  Lhe ex-amateur,  Wells, Monday night,   age   with   the  full  committee.    ab��i���   U wo"1(1 "top members of    '  '     "      'lC0Ur8e 0I a le"  (lajs'
if  have written  him, and  will in   these  contestants for athletic honors.    Two
ans tn.it all bouts where an  columns give hls own  words in   tlie  sl,eclal tars  will leave
boxing, and if
clubs from i
would al-'
,     It,*     lit I,             ,il hand ln ��� i    ���   ",'!    V'!'? made out in its an- we ara fa��d with Fred Lynoh's sug-  DOXm^ ana "' a Person made arrange-
the game   Had Steven, a leg to stand alyala   hat  Welsh  won three rounds gestlon that both clubs should be al raents nver ,he telephone it
on, ,. would only be In fairness to him out of the twenty, but I fear that the eepted and let the playing.powers tei    so ba ll,e^1-"
to   remain   s lent,   but   as    the    case writer of the report   was   predjudiced just  which  shall  stay in  foi"the sea I     ffiP! JIiIj! Let 'er go!
against him Is so palpably plain, and f��ta��t  'he ex-champion.    Wells eer- son.   This would be the fairest wavof'	
���I will bliglvtag more light, where f."^'   *on   twelve   of   the   rounds, doing and settling the w hoi'business   TJ  4V���
there is at this time a deal of shadow Welsh about six, and two were equal, but there is one fact which Fred s sup'   H
and .is facts must at some time come Now we have got back to London two nortarn seen* tr, u,.            ,                ',   A JL      ________ _________
r i.v��^t\rter-���owi,i��*&tbeird,Lc,,s(iaie&�����sr^s.8S��sn:::ss; ^.T^cffSfi^iS
,ht' i!,,���.^!.^.k.inf.acti0,1,in lllis  i!^e.r,S1tiUll.<;y.the 8.00d old to��'n_can   both do get Inside the fold.   We will   ^ds of the Royal City by
p.m.,  carrying the
porters.
bere at 12:15
team    and
sap-
A
T this time I had intended writing on a subject which is very
near to me for many   reasons,
but  the call  for space   will   prohibit
more than a passing mention of the ������  ,������.  ,,,���	
., _,,,������ , orouio,  so mat tne compet
_^^__________, , subject.   Channel swimming is one ol ).��� ���,���,,_     <j,,,0_t ���.,^  u'n
were impossible as a team of iny pet hobbies; writing upon and see- ���tSS^. -S-1'"t. 'Uld. M:""
found    out   that   the.'
:ase and endeavoring to save the good   now   claim   three    champions
name of the  Vancouver A. C, it  has   Thomas,   who
heen remarked  that   I  had had some  nol(i  the middleweight
Tom   presume that the league this season   'erin�� a  thrashing   to the   quintette
when  you  were  here,   consists  of   Westminster,   Vancouver,  from the liank ot Montrea
ing the attempts, I mean, not as an ac-
___ tual  participator  in  the game  which
idminis-      ���-    -
,,�����    ,����������   .. oi     ... .  , , championship, Mount Pleasant and North Vancouver t0 further prove" that "the "win was nn
differences   with    Stevens,   and    was haa gone down the ladder amazingly and that the agreement is to let the ""Ke one of the dope "linger, issue
taking  these means to get "my own Hlai easy defeat at the hands of Jim remaining-in  stakes go to the better a riefi to all and sundr T    alwavs
m"k  uL III""'T, g��ef|.  U ' ever '""'"T;   ��f(  '!erm��n(lsey'   was   bad of the two new clubs.   So fa?bo good willi"�� to he in a? tte dSh  NoMe
have dilfe,ences  with public  people I enough   but to be ou pointed hy Bands- But has it struck anyone what a fear- Hoyal Chalk Bert Fletcher cane along
would not take the columns of a news- man Rice, of Hounslow, is surely the fui muddle we will  -"u '"
when I was associate editor of Boxing 'he sponge as their decisions cannot
in London. Kngland. when I was hav- please the crowds." Can you won ler
ing my favorite sport for every meal,  that my hat seems much too small att
end then some. In August of 1909, the
Gloster correspondent of that London
Journal, in response to an urgent message, enl to the office a photograph
" the llkllest lad In his district, and
er reading this?
Y
OU   will   always   find   a   senta-
deavoring to get off, but the
blessed thing doesn't stop here, not by
a lot. As no new rules can at this
late stage of the year be introduced
into tlie bylaws, what is to cancel aad
this automatically, the playing membership of whichever clubs ill-luck o
j.   i,   ,,,..,.   ,   . .- and the worst of it is that this
��� pitl    he facl thai that was only one   good   1(..,i��� .  towards  llis  fellow  men
of many   dozens  from  all   over   tht
mentalist   in   the   sporting    set,   misfortune makes fall out. Neither the
country, I never forgot the copy of
the photographer's art which came
from Gloster.   It was Len Stevens, the
sometimes is misplaced.    Rarely in re-
Salmon Hellies, or the Vancouver club
could outvote the point, and things
would  be in a  confusion   more   con-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the Columbia
street jeweler, and tills good fellow
not only put up a silver trophy for
competition, but on my suggestion
took it down again and in its place
donated five gold medals for the  ser-  easv on and charls  hut
les of games the first of which starts        '	
on Monday in the Sixth street parlois.'
The draw for the first round resulted Soccer  Final  Today.
Hoult and Ferguson, of the college
are expected to make a good slwwiat
while Stone and Sawers are the b����
bets on the McGill team.    These Me��
Will oppose each other in a number off
k^6"^ S0 ���that.the competition   liil
, ,    ______________onald ar*
entered in a number of events and -sill
make a good showing as    thev   are
ahout the best in their class.
The officials for the day are:
Judges���Professors Davidson, Man
Sipprell and Jewett.
Timekeepers���Messrs.  J.  J   T-arey
and  B. F. Armstrong.
Clerk of course^���R. C. Flitton.
Referee���J. H. Gillis.
Announcer���K. R. Holland.
Jack Gillis, the well known Cana-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ dian athlete, has been acting a*
haps. Having been on many swims trainer for the Vancouver team ��ai
the majority or which made for swim- the boys are in the best of conditiuu
ming history, and having heen Jabe-. Tbe Columbian college girls' basket-
Wolfte's agent in the old country, I hall team will play a fixture of the
will devote some space to the damp B- c- Basketball league in the evea-
RUblect ne^t v eek when I hope to te'il in" s.gatost the Vancouver High school
for the first time in this part of the team. The line-up for the local team
world just what a channel swim, or ^"' l,e; forwards, L. Cameron, V.
rather attempt, rea'.ly means
calls for much more than nerve. To
begin to think to get across the Kngiish channel, a swimmer has to be
made of wonderful physique and even
**������.���* t''��i l have in th.e past six
years seen many failures. From a letter to hand from Seattle, I learn that
an aspirant for this great honor wlll
shortly cross to Kngland, and according to my correspondent, "It looks
good for   the American."     Yes.   per
It looks   "'"nv'  centre, H. Kenny, guards* T.
-tisn't    Re'd, M. Shaw.
' I      1 ne entries of the college team i*
the different events are as follows:
as follows
Monday
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    50 yards���Christie, Stuart, Hoult.
'     One  of  the  most  important  soccer      220 yards���Ferguson, Stuart, Hoult.
\sylum   vs.   Heal   Estate;   games  contested  in  this citv  In  1911      440 vards���Hoult, McWthur Draney
cent years bas this been hrough, more   founded.    If all  reports are true anl  nX^Ik^^WeVn^dlv^WBna    ="'   ^ Ul8t   ��!  ����  a.'erno0,n  whe"'     "alf ra.i1le-��0��\t. P"es'> ***?��*
pointedly to my notice that it  was on   we  mus,   accept   them  a:   face  vain.,    ,' f V C ers    F iT^    it   C   F   R    ^PPerton meets  the City    eleven at      One mile-Hoult, Uranev, Priest.
Tuesday night when the four,!,   (and   that the Llmit^s have the hold of the $??��L!2r��a��T_ll Twol^Ll     R-|,Moody   T"11?    ?, lheP [T ���, n a ���� yar.8, ^^^-^lM, Fergus,
bins, who at thla time is very much  unfortunately concluding) game in the  likliest    crowd    outside   of   nerhaos Cai Shops, vs. Bank of Montreal. |league cbammonahlp.   Both sides will SwancesW.
._ ,.    , .._j     T_ _        .   .,   --.- o, c - ......*,.*,.    ciow.l    outside    of    perhaps
n the foreground,   to my mind s eye b,Uiard Berlea between Vancouver and Westminster   and   Con   Jcnes,   how
hai photo now afid also the Westminster was  played  off  in   this would the players fare when theclub
which accompanied  It.      Bte- ,.������*>,  in   ,Jert  Fletcher's to he   quite fell out?   I, must be plain to anyone
thai time had contest a num- correct   under the head of ailly, child- who has followed ,he argument that
bouts in his district   but i, was [lke ,,i;l>-. when that play might have the fat will be in the flre, and as 1 feol
ie came to London that a ������,,���,   tbe winning  or losing of   the that in the lacrosse world of sport mv
a waa taken of him, and champlonahlp,   must   be   placed   the opinion is not (yet) worth anv notice,
when n was. we who follow the sport Bame ,���.,�����.��� Gordon of the visiting i mas., this as a peg on which to ham
paper point of view open- qujntette from Con Jones' parlor, and my contention that having the strong-  doea   not   Hke   a   fuss   !ind   he slip- ner.
ihe a,  their full,   strength    and at    a      Pole    vault���Ferguson,    Swan"es&:��
FOR a globe trotter commend m ?   meeting  of ,he  Sappers last night  it   Fournier.
to    Tommy     Burns,    erstwhile   was decided that today's team would      High jump���Ferguson, Rodgers, Oot-
heavyweight champion. I do not  he represented by Thornton; Reed and  don.
know any m in who has in the course   Collier:   Patterson, Landln  and  Spee-      Broad jump���Ferguson, Priest   an*
of   so   few   years    covered    so    much   die:   Alesburg, Taylor, H. ("heal, Rob-   Evans.
ground    as    the    Canadian-American-   son and T. Cheal;  reserves, S. Cheal      Shot put���McDonald, Priest. Stuart.
German-French-Australian,        Tommy and T. Simington.   Linesman. H. Tur-]    Belay race���MacDonald, Stria*.t, Ste-
as  the   visitor,  although
on  pi int:; by  I lew, of   Pad-
de a wonderful Imprt salon
the oj Inion oi   many be   was
ed to the verdict, bul even at the
ortlng   .lal.   the   officials
g mi tin '..��� make mistakes.     Stc\. na
Inlj   made a great   debut In the
i Ital and a reference to the
in eta ol that time will hear
ti mi irs. ���
Ai thur, Ferguson.
Jack Reid, of tbla   city.     The   game est team the Llmlteds will get admii
practically all the way was an inter- ^on l0 the  B. C. L. A., and   failing
eBting and Instructive one t,, watch, which thev win try to form an organ
and many pointers were picked up by {zation of their own and play through
the onlookers who swarmed round the the season in some manner.
table.   Keid required a few t > win aud 	
had  bis opponent's ivory lying over a ^^^
pocket   with the red in a difficult  end r I '
almost  tinscoreable position,    instead J[
of   playing   the   game,   which    at   this
WHILST I do not think the ruling
ti ir body of this   province
EBTING  the right   tp   conduct
professional    boxing    bouts    in
Canada  was in one of my  first
.     -     ���     _ .     ,       , ,  ,.���   ,,,_ contributions to this journal a point i
juncture  was  winning hazard  On   tlie ,     ,. . ,       .,        . . .,
J  ' ,        ,, ,.        ,,.������    ,i,��� dwelt on at some length and from the
white,   in   other   words    potting    tlie , ,      , ,   ,
, A    ,      .    ii    f    ���        !Z...., manv  exchanges  to   hand   and   from
white.  Cueist   Reid.  from  sentimental       .  ��� . :
��� ���**������**. points as far away as \\ innipeg and as
reasons,   refrained   from  doing  this
will    reinstate    Stevens,    some apparently to him and to him alone���
(nlghl   push   his   claim,   but unsportsmanlike action and   the Van-
tliis i do nol fancy will be dope,    It eouverlte coming on   after a   safety
'      ! nol be for the good of the sport play did what the other should have  havjng use{] the pagle pot( brush and
wen   Len   whitewashed.      It    would done���potted   the   ^hjte   globe,   ami  scissors in lnv prolession as a  news.
have been a different matter had be, these  points were  sufficient  to   gi\c f man   �� fl_ no[ tftke objection to
on his arrival from the old country, &?> him the tie.     He as a sportsman un  ���".*       . .      ...    ,. ...... ,_���, ������   ,���
Plied to the B. C A A U. and explain- what Beid as a sentimentalist.would
ed to the officials, Just  what he had not do.   1 have yet to see a goalkeeper  ^ ^
done mi the other side of the   pond, in an Important match, when tlie bail  Jg ^^  ^ tQ teg(. the ,awg as they
Bul no; he, in an underhand way, joins is coming up field and when a   point  ^^ {q b.xinl, and t0 try and f,nr\ 0ut
a cluh which has only by the cleanest looks a certainty, stand aside ana s.i>
le met
the t
nam. ���, ,������ ,. ,,. Vi   t.v ,���.���  _ . .., ��� ._.   	
reel Borry  for  my   American   friend, what good player Reid did on luesuaj. r    ^^ the result of a "prize
Cheater Mclatyre, who is responsible if it is good enough for experts   U1je-luld  he0I1 attracting the  keenest   attar the ],resent  high state of   things Roberts.   Stevenson   and   Higgle.   ,o  (em(on from Bp0rting fans.   Little less
near this province at Calgary, my mat
ter and arguments have not only been
quoted, but in four instances "lifted'
bodily.   Although I cannot recall ever
r^.ers doing this if they feel so inclined. In the article teferred to ray
exact words were:    "I think the time
the interpretation put on the reading
lible methods  readied  the top of  in effect,   -there you are  my dear op- Hj (. g d^est of the country."    I had
n.i- and Indirectly he sullies the  ponent, I would not hinder you   tiom ^^ toflg )q waU fo]. a_ auswer t0 my
ie of the V. A. C.    At this time I  scoring for worlds."   And yet tnat ia w,sh. ns this week _ Hamilton, Ont..
Borrv   for  mv    American    friend,   what good player Reid did cn luesuaj. result  of a  "prize   fight'
"W Oakland, he was the real thing In are not anything in the nelghborhood , ^ -^ {Ueh. seconds, and at the low
the Bportlng life of that lively artery ot f0ul play and no one date 'cJ '" ! er c01irt they were found guilty. To
Ol n Francisco. Regrets were loud t|ia, ,0 pocket your opponent wbwi��� , ^ (he iioJn, an lippo.,, was entered.
���""1 long when he left the Golden 6troke means winning the game mnu �� ^ Jwdj,e gnlder wlll,st 1)e ,,a8 re-
West for Vancouver, hut sport up hero championship game at that is roui or
i;i B i' has benefitted by the change even qUesUonable, Before and auei
M never have athletics been in a ., sporting contest there always aro,
���tronget position than It enjoys at this aml should be. frien's. but VJ8���
'i'i'" and ALL the thanks due are a(,,���:li contest forget, sink youi -
coming to Chester. When I told him tlment, your finer, or so-caite.i
what I knew about Stevens he was iu- (ceiings and go out to win.
ilincd  to  treat  my   statement   with	
doubt, so much so that he went to his F will   in the course of a tew.���, ���, = ._
dfawer and brought forth the oiiginal \\J ��__,_   j)avc ,he annlll,i   general  are now. altered, and in a snort ume
.m" ��V  meeting of the B. c. L. a. w
served his official decision, said many
things about the logical and common
sense view of the term, boxing, and
having expressed his views in no haif
hearted manner, cannot well go bacli
when his signed statement Is published. There is no question in my mind
that, the judgment will he the means
of having the ridiculous laws as  they
ith we mav have contests In this city conns and you can take It from me that ducted along the identlcal   li^B^as
there  will  he something doing  when they are in live wiie centres^   At tms
club representatives put their legs time it will he permiBSible   o^tell In a
���er brief manner just  what  Mppenem w
card Blgned by Stevens and this see
''I to satisfy the physical director
manager, Naturally I am sorry that I
liad any occasion to take up this matter bin l felt that it was up to me to
save the V. A. C. from friction with
''"' V \. ('. There is only one thing
1 am not quite clear upon and that H
h��w it is that Stevens Is on the rec-      . , ,c,v...~ ��������� -       ..     . .. __���_
?������*����� as having for two years won the  J^��� ���*l themselves re the  boxing was that in the former it was
the club repr   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
under the mahogany at the Vancouv
hot
prom
se
ider the mahogany at the Vancouver   pnei  manual   .i.���*.	
del and settle down for what giveti the appeal court. Deputy Chief What-
omise of being one of the warmest ley who was responsible for the smart
ssions held since away hack or even   (?) arrests, told the judge that the df-
        !- """foaointial   and   amiteur
None of the' mag-  feronce in professional   and  MM
I'lintaiii-weight championship of Brit-
���ta Columbia. If my memory serves
me rightly, he left Liverpool on November 19, 1909, sailing on the C. P
"��� RmpresB of Britain, his boxes belni?
stencilled "L. Stevens, Vnncover," tho
'etter "U" being omitted in the word
Vancouver,
nates have oi
i-nntures in sight so far as the -��,���   ������ ���
captures tnj^ ^ ^^ the fl   t  gftrd ,0 amateurs only
slgna-  onlv a matter of blows whilst with re
^^m      ���'-��� science count-
SB S STAK wm h-hen't, e ed" Th.e is ignore the first t^ne
k'o,,h  Vancouver lot   whe.are apply- ou   of the box      The^U^
lng for entrance to the aBBOCiatlon, are  MM.I  twii      ...... holdin��� d0wn a
Different
Better Clothes
Whether or not you have decided
what sort of a SPRING SUIT you
want, sir, come in for a look!
We're always glad to show you
the good things we have here,
and we won't say a word about
buying. You can try on to your
eart's content. Our clothes
themselves, are our best arguments, and our experience is that
most men who look and go, come
back to buy. Of course, there's
a reason for it, but you'll see that
when you're looking at the clothes.
HOUSE OF
HOBBERLIN
UMITCO
PROPHET   hath   no   honor   In ed to look Into the
called upon to make public the list of who Is in all likllhood holding
players who will don the thin rags for  Boft  billet:    "If a man was   knocked
the Limited bunch.   All this, provided,  0ut in a scientific bout, it would be ac-
or course, that the committee appoint-  cidental." and  the brave   man   camel
credentials of the  hack on the run with the intellectual]
Yes."     The court reminded
answer
A  lliH own" counti'V! 'tis  saldVand two" club's thai are hammering for rec- ���,,����.���.     - ���    ,; .,m|     Snl(iev) ha,
*B* iurt io show that everything is ogni.ion, return  7'^;  l^fr m    n   seen h s of    mateurs knocked out In
,J chance with me I want to give an Looking af fhe wholei thing from an seen iota t do bettei.
$15.00,20.00, 25.00 to 35.00
eid & McDonald
!'
Successors  to Rcid& Company
601 Columbia Street. The Store of S tisfaction
���I     ' PAOE POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  MARCH   18,
1911.
I
The Daily News
Published hy The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
mWVKOBa*3*tm-i;^
E. A. Paige. .
.Managing Director
<UNJONj^a^L> 4
���*^Lj&_&2&''
SATURDAY,   MARCH   18,   1911.
and that they do
views
HOME    STUDY.
It is devoutly to be wished thai tho
school trustee, will not permit themselves to be persuaded into consenting to tho ridiculous request of a few
foolish people for the discontinuance
of home lessons. As we have said before, ;i more preposterous suggestion
was never put forward. We are surprised that responsible parents should
he so little able to appreciate the duties that are theirs as to urge the abolition of home study. Next we suppose
will lie heard the claim of these mistaken people, or such of them as may
happen to have children studying music, to have the daily practice at home
abolished, upon the ground that it I. I
too great a strain upon the instrument,
or some such silly excuse.
We are glad to see, however,   that
there are at  least  some parents who
possess a reasonable understanding in'
regard to this matter
not shrink  from  making  their
public in the correspondence columns;
of Ihe press.   T. B. Heaton, whose let"'
ter  was   printed    in    Friday's   News
strikes what might be termed the key
note of this question when he   says'
"If the young of this country are t;i bo!
the   backbone   of   future   generations]
then there must be home le. sons."'
The value cf home work is In its dis
ciplinary influence as much as its edu
cational character,   lt should train thel
young in method and reasoning, and
teach them in a gentle way the worth j
of restraint upon  their appetites fori
frivolous and idle enjoyment.      lt  isl
surely far better that a youth or maid-j
en should he engaged in quiet study I
for an hour in the evening than that
he or she should be out on the stieet,
or getting into some mischief in the
idle hour.     Already it seems to some
that there is a sad amount   of laxity
about  the  discipline   and    control    of
children; and if there were now to be
removed   the   slight    restraint   up in
their freedom in the  evenings  which
home lessons salutarily   afford,   then!
the  moral  condition  of  the   uprising
generation must he even worse than
it at present threatens to be.
The plea that the children's home
-work imposes a burden upon parents,
as scarce worthy of consideration, sj,1
i
poor an excuse is this for the elce.'sj
ridding themselves of what is plainly ''
Aheir duty. The character and extent '
���of the home work given to the pupil
, of the schools in this city is too slight
���to necessitate much, if any assistance
from parents. Ta take the Central
school as an e ample; the home lessons f i en to pufils of this establishment represent tb a bright and willing
child less than an hour's work on the
average. The idle child who is itching to be out at play, will probably
worry his parents, with a view to the
more rapid completion of his task.
Bnt it is just here where the parental
discipline is responsible, and if this is
properly exercised there will be very
���ittle difficulty either to themselves or
��� heir children in the satisafctory performance of home work.
CITY PROPERTY
WEST  END���Lots from $.r>00 up.
WEST END���One acre corner block consisting of five full size lots at
$726 each..   Good terms.
WEST   END���Eighth  avenue, one and a half acre hlock. $5000.    Kasy
terms.
WEST END���Seventh avenue, three large lots with lane at rear, $750
each.    One-third cash, balance easy.
WEST END���Industrial sites fiom $3500 up.
REGINA STREET���(.'onier lot, all  clcarf-d,  lane at   rear of lot, faces
south, $2000.
SIXTH STREET���Good lot near Sixth avenue. $1500.    One-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months.
HOUSE���Second street, modern and well kept, beautiful lawn.    This
is a very desirable buy.    Price $8500,   Terms good.
HOUSE���Clcfe to Third avenue ancl Pine stret, modern house, every
convenience, large lot, $3000.    Good terms.
TENTH AVENUE���Lds from $350 up.
SAPPERTON���Ulock  consisting of  eight  full  size    lots,    facing    on
four streets. $3200. One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
EDMONDS���Watch this place grow.    We have still a number of good
lots for sale here.
OPEN  SATURDAY  NIGHTS 7  TO 10.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
650 COLUMBIA STREET.
Phone  832.
(Above The Fair.I
I USE TERMS?
FIVE ROOMED HOUSE���Mode-n; lot 66x132: on Fifth avenue near
Second street. Price $3000; terms $1200 cash, balance, 12, 18 aijd
24 months at 7 per cent.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE���Beautiful design, modern, on Fifth avenue:
lot 66x132; price $4100, terms .1400 cash, balance 12, IS and 2 1
months at 7 per cent.
These houses are offered for the next thirty days at the above prices.
320 Columbia St.
P. PEEBLES, ?e2��pch
one 307
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
����� ���*������������#��������������������<
A   PUBLIC   LOSS.
j Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulpher Solates, Paris Green, Whale Oil
Soap, Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
1
The resignation cf .Miss Martin f.om
the position of superintendent of the
Koyal Columbian hospital will arouse
feelings of general regret among the
citizens. This lady has been responsible for the conduct of the domestic
siffairs of the very valuable institution'
iit Sapperton for over eight years, and
we believe it will be unanimously
tagreed that she has performed her duties worthily, wisely and well. Such
a position is by no means an easy on-;
to fill. Altogether apart from the
heavy burden of responsibility whicli
it involves, and the necessary nursi.-,g
skill required, it also demands the
possession of tact, gentle consideration and firmness, with the power to
.decide quickly. All these necessary attributes Miss Martin possessed, tind
waa thus able to exercise a useful and
iieneficent control over the institution
.under her care.
Her duties have been made the more
trying during the last two or three
years by the overcrowded state of our
hospital: but she successfully overcame the difficulties whicli this condition created; so that both officers and
patients suffered only a minimum oE
inconvenience. The acknowledgement of the value of Miss
Martin's services hy the governors, as well as hy the members of the
medical profession, is a compliment to
which she was well entitled. We feel
sure that 'he general public .wi.l confirm this.
| Ryall's Drug Store \
i    PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE     ���
mm?
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons,  7,000  Horsepower,
 H 320 Feet Long ,18i/? Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mondays
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet  long,  18'^   knots;   sailing  from
Johnson's Wharf.
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart.
SS.  "Prince Albert"  leaves Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, Kincolith,   Massett,  Skldegate,  Jed way, etc., at noon, March 31st.
Be sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Railway System for
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For rates, tickets, time tables, illustrated literature and all information apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)    Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic f temsVp Lines.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Men like these wear Fashion-
Craft Clothing and receive a
hearing wherever they go.
Clothes don't make the man
but they are a big help.
Try one of our new Fashion-
Craft models for Spring ; they
are more correct than ever-
full of color, life, individuality.
All pure virgin wool, which
means genuine service and
lasting satisfaction.
Some special values
at $22.00
EVENTUALLY YOU WILL WEAR
A FASHION-CRAFT SUIT-
WHY NOT NOW?
A. S. Mills & Co
517 Columbia St.
Thc Store of "Fashion-Craft
*>*>
��� nmawvw!.'* wmmmji-jji. .jiii *jiMnmi*a*. nimnma .: .. ';^^'__.       ���- -r ���-'_*. ���   . ".* *��� _
..JU-l.l      .O.UJJIL
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SATURDAY,   MARCH   18,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
5PORTS
Ibowling"
Spokane,   .March     18.��� iSpecial     to
,i,   Daily   News.)���The  E.  N.  Ilrooks
,,,,::,. ,,f .cattle, the Uergers, of San
i    :     co,  and   three  Alberta  teams
, I today,  winding    up the    five
events for the $1600 prize.
.   .   score  of  .'7is   made   two  days
ihe Los Angeles    team    still
highest.
In the singles doe Donaghue. of San
I ... is still  high  man   with  i;n
I Is credit, leading the second
18 pins.
In ihe  two-man  events  Hatch  and
Ga        ire highest  with lis-.    j |aho
: d   and  one  of    the    Spokane
:,        third.
Ifoliast Scores
An Empty Victory
nuntiutied from Page One i
Memslc's chances looked rosy,
��� fourth Powell mu ithered the
le ider ami  from tbal  time
a   conclusion,   when   Memsic
8 tenth round, it did not look
���  Loa Angeles lad would come
ind    he  hasn't.     I   can     name
��� n al weight who can all beal
i Ither over a  distance or on
: this being so the absurdity
ol    Doming    tlie    go    as   one for the
hip is plain. Mi uislc has a
pi 'c whicli makes it hard t i
��� his guard, unless, of coins,-.
etl   to  he  one    of    the    high
ing of the Cal 1/ornian school
matters   all   the   while  and
though weird, is most effec
tive ��� i    ������ trick of covering the
the Inside of his upper arms
ll   open  gloves  masks  liis fare,
' ���   In' manages to see bia
1       :.- ��hen he begins that boring-
1   few     really     know.     ||..
iti ounl or punishment and
In quite ci ntent to t,i_,. three .
countering and getiing in-
OSing guard he can throw
Once  inside and (ontost-
Wlth   his     head     buried
;n Uis shoulders it  is ditfi-
"\v     his    movements,    so
lie shoot  in his blows.
011 brings word tint    the
���.! .."\: lata ha\e all been
for partii Ipating in a "prize
I ll    di .11 ic me.  what's a  pi ize
ourse   this   is   the  same
w > on-     the     good,     de 11
-��� ipped the Jeffries-Johnson
bom  :o' "H account    of the   "prize
e,  hut   owing  10  the  fact
' zr , hut that's another
��� likelj they'll, all he lined,
I.   ��� ���       01  he hung, or something
then   will always be box-
in? in Ca Ifornia,
K.   V WILSON.
and eighty-three (383), group two 12),
more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at  the northwest  corner of said lot on the soutli hank of
Hope   slough,  thence  south   following
the west boundary of said    lot    34f>G
links to the southwest corner of said
loi,  thence  east  following  the  soutn
boundarv of the  said  lot  1700 links,
tlience north  3118  links to tlie soutn
hank of Hope slough, thence westerly
I following 111 r��� south    bank    of   Hopo
' slough to the point of commencement.
TKK.MS    OF    SALE.���Twenty-flve
(25) per cent, of the purchase money
I to be paid in cash at the time of tlie
; sale and the balance within thirty (30j j
days  thereafter  without,  interest,  or,
at   the  option  of  the  purchaser,  the
balance may he paid in three (3) equal
instalments at the end of one (ll. two
(2)  and three  t'.ti years respectively
. from the date of the sale with interest
! on the deferred payments at the rate
of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
Kor further particulars and conditions of sale apply to the auctioneer
or to the solicitors and agents for the
vendors.
.1. H. BOWES.
Solicitor.  Royal  Rank  Huilding, Chilli- j
wack,  B, C,
Or his agents.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN,
Room 20 Williams Huilding, 413 Granville  Street, Vancouver,  B.  C,
Or to
TAYLOR, HARVEY, BAIRD ��v-
OK A NT.
Solicitors. Koom 37 Williams Huildine,
���113  Granville  Street,  Vancouver.  B.C.
Haled the lst day of .March, 1911.
PAGE FIYE.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westmin*ter
Box   13'
MOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the    Market,     FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.     |
TENDERS.
Tinders will he asked for the lathing and plastering on new Hank of
Commerce huilding, New Westminster,1
up to Sat 111 day evening. .March 18,1
1911. Plana and specifications can bei
bi on at new Hank huilding. or by applying to W. ll. Cawston, WindsorI
hotel. Lowest or any tender not nec-j
essarlly accepted.
F()K SALE ��� STANDARD BRED;
horse "King Patchen" with buggy
and harness. Will sell horse alone
or with outfit. Can he seen at
Fashion Livery stable. Apply it. f
Walker. Westminster Trust Co.
I WILL BUY
Subject   to   Confirmation
Canadian Sunset Oil. Nugget, Portland Canal, Ked cliff. Diamond Vale,
Snowstorm. Lasqueti, international
c . t f r i.e. vibert 1 Canadian hm.
American Canadian Oil. B. C. Trus;
Corporation.  Dominion  Trust.
W. S. Rose       j
(Member of the Pacific Coast   stock
Exi bangs I
Merchant's   Bank   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Pure vVool Taffeta
Snirt \Vaists ror
Particular Ladies
ft la a matter of considerable interest to tlie ladies for us to be able
to Inform them pf a large importation of lovely Puie Wool Taffeta
Shirt Waists made by the Dr. .1 aeuer Co. The shadings aie very attractive, while the exquisite perfection of the fabric beggars description. These shirt wa:sts are unshrinkable and from the standpoint
of durability, are very economical.    Price,	
Only  $4.50
STETSON HATS       Newest Neckwear
We tire showing an enormous
variety in the well known Stetson Hats, in all the favorite
Hrown and Grey  Sha| es.
Call and view are larue stock ot
neckwear in all the latest designs    of    Pure    silk    Poplins,
etc.
J. E. Brown & Co.
Clothiers,   Tne (Quality Store
rnK^;r.
.iBWSMr
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��� ���
��� Vancouver Defeats Seattle.        ���
��� ���
I
i. Bt   al 11    in the V   A, C. gym-
International  boxing  and
bet .veen Be ittle   an I
Vancouver were    decided    with    the
; li - 111 favor of the Canadians.
Sui   ined are results:
Wrestling,    125    pounds���T   Bhand
ISeattli     eat J   McLean 1 Vancouver) j
bj two falls to nil.
145 1    ie I      A.   Hatch   1 Vancouveri !
J. Fritchel by two falls to nil.      !l
116   pounds��� B.    Meagher
ISi ittle) got decision on points from
J i' 1 iVancouver).
Ernie   Barrieau    1 Vancouver),    13r>
���   u on  points from    ti.  Hat-
"eld (Seatth 1, 116 pounds.
George    Martin     (Vancouver),    lf.S
Pounds, defeated .1. A. Wilson  (Seattle), 175 1 ounds, on points.
s" "1    IVancouver),    178    pounds,
ed out J   Wilson  (Seattle), 178
Is, 111 two rounds.
(Additional Sport on Page Three.)
There's Something Behind the
Tremendous  Success  of Our
Saturday
ECZEMA  CURE   A   BEAUTY   WASH.
'Ugh 1)   I).  I).  Prescription ha3
���    1 d for years as the one
1   iema, Psoriasis, and all
��,llH' 1 Of skin diseases, it. Is 11 IW
1    there   is   no  other   wash,
ised by the beauty special.
i" compare with this mild
cleansing    the
lackheads,  rash,
���   affections.
1   n alone, a bottle of D
'I be kept cn hand In everv
' I.    A  free trial
skin
and
A reputation for honest, square dealing; for the
most dependable values to be found in the city; for
painstaking, courteous attention to all details of
each customer's requirements. Such a reputation
never could have been established with ordinary
everyday methods. There are sterling qualities and
worth and dependability back of every pair of Shoes
that goes out of our door.
Don't delay, as these specials are for TODAY
ONLY. We'll expect you even if you don't need
shoes right now; you will need them soon, so take
advantage of these Saturday Specials while you have
the opportunity and also see our new Spring Styles.
^^^^^^^^^   bottle    will
.''H   the   merits   of   this    great
1 complexion wash.
,v,' !'       leema to remove the cause,1
the trouble may he, cleans-
JJJ   !"        *-, and leaving It as soft, as
Child1'' and '''Wlr as tlm 0t a healthy
JV,i!'   the   I).   D,   D.   Laboratories,''
e'���'��� -V M.. 49 Cothorne St., Toronto.
'   '   MacKentie, Druggist.. Columbia
SA|-E   op   VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT CHILLIWACK.
' "der instructions from the owners'
''" Viil be ottered for sale by public
jl',"'1 on Saturday, the 25th day ofi
���.'   '[���  I;|H, at the  hour    of    three|
of "'''<  "l the afternoon at  the office
r. '"���   'V   Cawley,   Chilliwack,   British
ft. fm.lJ,a' '>>��� a. A. Cawley, auctionee",'
' Dllowing property, namely: Ij
m u and singular that certain parcel
1    l'1''1 of land and premises situate'
"8��nd being in the county of \Vest-i|
('<,''   in   tl,e   Province  of   British
eight /b' :lml heins the weatevly tit'ty-
(08) acres of lot three hundred
A Few tf Our Mary  Offerings
FOR MEN :
The "All American" shoe made of the
tinest leathers. Gun Metal, velours
and Willow Calf; union mark.
Stamped price $6.00.   Today, $3.85
A full line of Gun Metal Shoes, all
sizes, Goodyear welt, union made;
one of our bes: shoes. Stamped price
$5,50; today $3.25
Ladies, Attention !
We have given up the agency for the
Edwin C. Burt shoes. Our remaining
stock of Patents, Velours and Gun
Metals will be soW for $3.85
The regular price of these shees
is $6.00.
Sinclair
THE   SHOE   MAN
629 Columbia street. New Westminster
A Good Buy
In Sapperton
MODERN six-room cottage on lot 40x100 feet: one minute walk to car.
Price $1,800.00
_.    smau cash payment;  balance $20 per month.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,   B.  C. Phones 646, 661.
S
I
Water Frontage
Seven   hundred   feet of waterfrontage on Lulu Island, close to
the bridge on the North Arm.
$30.00 a foot
A rare charge for a quick turnover.
---EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie  Bros,
Note new address,   622   Columbia Stieet
The New Westminster City Specialists
Ideal Homesitcs
::���
We have just put on a new subdivision,   three   and    five-acre    blocks
Near Kennedy Station
on Scott Road and main line of
N. W., Chillawack Electric Ry.
Only two and a  half miles from    New    Westminster    cify;    fifteen
minutes by electric car.
These blocks, which are the
Choicest Suburban Property
on the market, are offered at fiom $300 to $500 an acre, according to
location, on easy terms.
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Rank Ptiildlngcorner  Columbia and  Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. ti.   Phone 335.
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.. -    -.    . - -  i
Jewelry
.   Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
[ ChamberliiVs jcX"lCR
l Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
������������
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8TS.
I t
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. P. H. BUCKUN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President. 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, Eta. '
< '':
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PAQB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  MARC -
SOCIETY
to Mr. Russell at the Strand, Va:..ouver. on Tuesday evening.
Mrs.   Gordon    Henderson    eave   a
small  but   very  pleasant   card   party
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Diamond   leave  early in the week.
today  for  Victoria,  where   they   will ��� 	
visit' for  a  few  days,  returning    via
Seattle.
RUSSELL-COTTON.
The  principal  event   of  the   week
was tie wedding cf Mr. William Marcus  Rnssell  anl  Miss   Ellen   Cotton.
ighter of Mr. and  Mrs. A. F. Cotton.    Long before the api>oin-ed hour
for the marriage service, Holy Trinity
Cathedral    was    thronged    with    the
ada and relatives of the contract-
���    ���    . ing parties.    Promptly at tbe hour of
Mr.  E. A. Greame spent   the week-  two   to the   strains of   the   wedding
Mr. John Brydges is in Victoria on
a business trip.
...
Ur. John English, of Rossland, la
spending a few weeks on the coast,
and Is at present the guest of his
mother, Mrs. M. M. English.
bould.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Gauvreau,   Mr.
and Mrs. Charleson,    Mr.    and    Mrs
Georpe Brymner. Mr. and Mrs. James
Brymner. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Corbould,
Mr. and Mrs. Bole. Mr. and Mrs. Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Ardagh. Mr. and
Mrs.    Sutherland.    Mr. and  Mrs.    A
Malins, Mr. and  Mrs.  F.  N.  Sinclair.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Neville   Smith,     Mrs.
Dickinson,  Mrs. English, Mrs.  W.    J. 10:00
Armstrong,  Mrs.  Macgowan.  Mrs. W.
G.   McQuarrie.   Mrs.   YOengHng,   Mrs.
Coulthard, Mrs. Brydges. Mrs. Grant   u:so
Mrs. Doherty. Mis. Doyle, Mrs. Worsfold.  Mrs.   Latham.   Mrs.   J.   S    C
Mrs.   Allen.   Mrs.   Beatty.   y - . K. ~ -
Friday)      	
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Ar.r.ievi'.le.   Sunbury (dally
ewept   Sunday    13:30
i���ABMds    '.s'.and    Monday
Wednesday    ana
13:30   D.   J.
Stewart,  Loca'   Manaoer,   New
Westminster.
BUSINESS D1RLCT0RY
Friday  13:30
-Woodwards I Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday      13:3C
-Vancouver. Peer's Sid-
in.       via     G.      N.      K.
lly except Sunday). 14:IN
orerdale and Port Kells
idaily except  Sunday)..15:01
march Mr. Russell and his groomsman. Mr. Duchesnay, of Vancouver, entered tbe church from the vestry
where thev awaited the bridal party
at the chancel steps. The ushers, Mr.
Motherwell. Mr. Walter Cotton and
Mr. Barclay English, and the bridesmaids, Miss Muriel Cotton and Miss
Corbould, came down the center aisle
and was followed by the bride, lean-
���    ���    ��� ing on the arm of her father.  Seldom
Mr. and Airs. Wi.llam G. MacQuar-  nas a prettier bride been seen here;
rle   aie   leaving   Sunday   for   a    two  ber gown being of heavy white   satin
...��,.!...'      ...���.���      In       l.'imlf���,r,U .-.  rr.r,A       ..-l.tl       T" I* C O. T . I I 1 fl T       I '.iCf*.      and       tlttl'
end in Victoria.
...
Mrs. Gaynor is contemplating an extended trip to the old country, sailing
from St. Johns the middle of April.
���    *
Mrs. Howay and her sister, Mrs.
Watson, of Ladysmith, expect to
leave early in April for England.
Mrs.     J.     H.     Jones.     Mrs.     Gowan
"'���','''\'.    """   './'��� A.r15'.. ::" ;';:*��� Il:30-Ctajton  iTuesday, Thurs-
J    W   Harvey.   Mrs.     Bourne      ,->. ���
Fletcher, Mrs. J. P. H. Bole. Mrs.. M..
Malins, Miss Freeze. Miss Pee!e. Miss
Maceowan.   Miss   Josephine   Martin, n:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
bridge  passenger station,  New  West-
minster,   l0:uo   a.m.   daily   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrives
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. PL
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:28
1 p. in.;   ai rives  Seattle  9:40  p. in.
Leaves New Westminster 12:16
a. m.; arrives Seattle (,.;:, a   m.
iOAKD    OF    TRADE-]
minster Board    |  . -
board room,    Itj      .
Third Thnrsd ..
quarterly     meetli g
Thursday of Pe  :   i
and  Npyenfber   u ��
mee-.lngs on  the  I
February.     New
proposed an I
ly  or    quarterly
Stuart-Wad*, cr������   ���
���
:
.    ���
���
15:0(
Miss Briggs . Miss Naomi Briggs,
Miss    Marian    Martin,     the    Misses
Brown. Miss Nora Armstrong. Miss
Ladner i Vancouveri. Miss Lewis. Miss
Keary. Miss Alma Lewis. Miss
Duchesnay (Vancouveri. Mr. Smith.
Mr. J. McMartin, Mr. Turner, Mr.
O'Brien. Mr. Albert Beatty. Mr. Douglas Tuck, Mr. Kent, Mr. Macgowan.
Mr. .Shannon. Mr. Miles Cotton (Vancouver), and Mr. Cornwall.
Friday)
.15:00
8:30-
weeks' stay in Kamloops.
���     a     *
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong's friends will
be very sorry to hear she is ill in the
Koyal  Columbian  hospital.
trimmed with rose-point lace, and her
veil  was one wliich  her mother and
aunts had worn.    In ber corsage was
a spray of dainty oranire blossoms and
she carried a handsome shower boqnet
of white roses and lilies of the valley.
Mrs. G. E.  Corbould entertained at   xne service was fully choral and was
a delightful dinner party on Tuesday'. performed   by  the  Rev.  Canon   D'Ea-
evening, covers being laid for ten.        ! sum.    Miss  Muriel  Cotton  was  wear-
������*... i ing a handsome pink satin with a tunic
Mrs. Crake and the Misses    Crake,  0, sjik Marquisette, the corsage being
Third   avenue,   will   in   future   be   at   tri,
home   on   the   second   Wednesday   of
mmed with pearl ornaments:   .Mis
Corbouli's gown  was a 'esada green
i satin   made   empire    style   with    lace
the( yoke   and   sleeves   beaded    in    coral.
They   both   wore  large  I lack    picture
hats.   The bride's gift Horn the groom
was   an   exceedingly   handsome   <i.-
mond  ring.    The   bridesmaids  receiving very dainty pearl pins.    After the
ceremony a reception was held at the
residence  of   tbe   bride's   patents    on
First street.   Mr. and Mrs. Russell re-
* I ceived   the   congratulations   of their
Totten, of the   People's j friends in the   '.rawing room under a
'"        wedding bell of white roses     Here also were shown the handsome wedding
presents  which  were  many and  very
*    "    " | beautiful.    In  the dining    room    the
A vury bright and interesting bridge  table was much admired.   Wide white
party was given by Mrs. C.  B. McAl-   satin ribbon was draped from tbe fo.tir
comers to the chandelier, from  which
a   hung bride's roses and smllax.   Afte
the month.
Miss     Corbould     entertained
bridge club on Monday evening.
a      a
Miss Dauphlnee entertained at a
very bright dance in her home at Cedar Cottage on Ft iday evening, complimentary to Miss Drew and her
house guests. A number of friends
were present from this city.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time T|nit
of o'
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30-
���Burnaby  Lake   (daily  except Sunday   ie:0(
20:00���Abbotsford. Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)   	
15:15���Crescent, White Kock and
Blaine 'daily except
Sunday)   	
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere iTms-
day, Thursday and Satin dav   	
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex
-.(spans idaoxa _\vv ma oo:s sutung
cept Sunday from brldce passenger
station 3:50 p.m.: arrives at Port
Leaves Furnas C:")0 a. in; arrives
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port   Gulchon    8:00   a.m.
Idaily, except Sunday;  arrives at New
: Westminster bridge passenger station
3C i10:20 a. m.
I. O. O. P. AMITY  :.
The tegular   meet
nre held In Odi!
ner  Carnarw :.
every Monday <-,
Visiting   lirc-i;ren   i.
to attend,   Ci
('.   Coatham,   P.Q
tary;    J.   W.
secretary.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
9:��
0:45
111:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt
Lehman, Aldercrove, Otter, Shortretd, Coper
Sumas, Surrey 'Centre,
via B.C ER. idaily except Sunday)   	
8:30
Leaves Seattle 8:06 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:60 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 12:06 p. m., arrives
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4 36 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:26 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New  Westminster 6:30 a.m.
TENDERS
PROFESSIONAL.
J.    STILWELL    CLUTE. ...' '.'..
law, solicitor, et
and   McKenzie   sti
minster. B. C.   P. O -..
phone 71".
Railway Time   Tables
8. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schefluls.
Can leave New  Westminster for Van-
Mr.   H.   B.
Trust   company,
has   been   ln   Ladner
I.VH,   \
ing a branch office
for a few days, where they are open
lister last Saturday.    The guests were
invited   for  four-thirty,  and   aftet
number   of  delightful   rubbers  a   very
recherche supper  was served  in  the't
dining-room   The tabic
with  a  bowl  of   bright   daffodils, the
polished surface being used with Irish
lace doylies.   The prizes for the highest score in points was won by Mrs.
Janus  Brymner, and the lower Bcore
the wedding cake lia I been cut and
. toasts responded to the happy couple
���.hs centered, |efl on the Great Northern for Seattle
and Portland. Tbe bride's going away
gown was a natty navy blue tailor-
made suit ���villi which she wore a becoming hat of tnscan stray with rei
james orynraer, anu trie lower score velvet trimming. On their return
by Miss Briggs. The guests include 1 they will reside in Third street. Mra.
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Yuengling,) cotton wore a handsome frock of
Mrs. George Beatty, Mrs. Lawfird! mauve silk and black hat. trimmed
Richardson, Mrs. James Brymner .md with lavender willow plumes. Mrs.
Miss MacGowan. Ross,   of   Vancouver,   cousin    of    the
" * i bride, was gowned in grey silk poplin
A   number of bachelors   from  this  and blacfc moultn hat   The gue ts In
tity gave a stag dinner complimentary eluded wen- Mr, and Mrs. G. E. Cor-
Vancouver via B  C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
idaily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
idaily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E.  R.
(daily except Sunday;. .  8:00
13:00���Victoria  via   B.   C.   E.   It.
.dailv except Sunday}.. 11:00     cou,ver at B:0��- r,:5"' ''������-"��� 6;���.
V:30-Un ited'states via G. N. R. _?����.._ * ".-, ,"d, V*** half h0Ur
(dally except Sunday)., has     *����*��*������� ""<" U:��> P-m.
lS:16-Unlted States via G. N. R. i Carfl ieiVB Vancouver for New Weit
idally  except  Sunday),.16:00 i    minster at 5:00,   5:30,   6:20.   6:50,'
12:3"���All points     east and   Eu- "-" and y'-',,) um - ;,I1d ��"very hall
rope (dally)     7:3C<    hour thereafter until 11:30 p.tn. ; I       =
23:00���All  points  east   and   Eu- 8unday Schedule. i Phone 699.
rope idaily) I5:43'cari leave Vancouver for New
Eraser
except
   7:30
Eraser
except
WHITESIDE,   EDMOX1
ston.    barristers
Westminster Trust I I
street.  New   West]
Whiteside, II. I.   K .
Johnston.
ROYAL      COLUMBIAN      HOSPITAL.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to twelve noon, of the
20th of March, marked "Tenders for
Property," for tbe purshase of Ke-
Bubdivislon 2. 4. and 17. of Subdivision ]
'���',. Lot <ii. Suburban Block IV., sapperton. Terms one-third cash, one-
third In six months, and one-third in
twelve months, with Interest at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  II. KEARY,
Secretary  R   C. II.
New  Westminster,   B.  ('.,  March  '.',
inn.
WADE. WHEALLER, I
MARTIN���Barristers :������     -
Westminster offices. Re       7       ;
Gulchon block, corner C
McKenzie    streets;    V -
Dees,   Wil'iams   bulldlv. kin-
vllle   street.     F.  C
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. i.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, at:
Accountant.       Tel.     R ;_-.     Roota,
Trapp block.
P. O. Box 501
12:30���Sapperton and
Mills (daily-
Sunday)      ....
20:00���Sapperton and
mills (daily
Sunday)    15:45
12:30���Coquitlam    idai'y   except
Sunday)    7:30
i 13:00���Central Park and Edmonds idaily except
Sunday)        11:00
: 1400��� East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)    13:30
110:00���Timberland.     Strawberry
I Hill    and    South   West
minster   i Tuesday   and
Vs'����
minster at 6:00, 7:00, $8:00 and
0:oo a.m.. and every balf hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Cjtrt-   teavt   ... *    ... .n--.-r   r. r   *   ���
couver at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00
a.m.. and every half hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew   Westminster   nt   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars  leave  Vancouver at 7  a.m. and
every hour until 11  p m.
On   Sundays  cars  lenve   Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
On  Sundays oars  leave Vancouver at
8 a.m   toll  p m.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster   Trust   Building.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M.  BROTEN,   publl      tei   .-:���
pher;   specifications
ters,   etc.;    circular   ���
Phone   416.     Real     f   Maj        i 1
Savage's offlce   Col    ���  i -���
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Wate Hospital.
.23 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
PREEMAN    Bl
Curtis Block.
NTING.
P, 0. Hex t I
FISH    AND   GAME.
BENSON   _;  AYLING, FISH, FK
Game. \Vl'-:.: Ii -. etc.   Dean        *-
next  to  Bank  of  MontreaL
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Open Saturday Evenings
Four fine lots on Edinburg h St., between 14th and 16th streets.   Price $2,600.00.
No. 193.
Lot on 4th street and Durham.    Price $900.00.   No. 200.
Lot on Sth Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues.   $975.00.   No. 194.
Two lots on Gth Street, close in, 132 feet on Gth St.    Price $6,000.00.   No. 183.
Eighth Street, a lot and a half, finest view.   Price $3,100.00.   No. 199.
Lot on Twelfth Street, between 3d and 4th Avenues, only $1,000.00.   No. 178.
Burnaby, 2 view kits, near 6th Street Car line.   5500.0) cash.
HOUSES
10 rcomed house near Gth Street Car line, two lots in lawn and fruit, large wood
house.   Price $4,200.00.
6 roomed house on 4th Avenue Car line, modern.   Price $3,500.00.   No. 62.
6 room bungalow on Fifth Avenue, East.    Price $2,650.   No. 76.
7 roomed new house on 6th Avenue. East.   Price $3,150.   No. 77.
7 roomed modern house on 3d Street, close to car.   Price $4,500.
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SATURDAY, MARCH   18,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
PAGE SEVEN.
Land District.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-  New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE     NOTICE     that     Margaret      TAKE  .NOTICE  that  Molly  McCla
-.,',! Matthews, of San Jose, occupa-j rey. of Vancouver, occupation millin-
n widow, Intends to apply for per- er, intends to apply for permission to
i= .<m to purchase the following de-' purchase    the     following    described
rribed lands:    Commencing at a post: lands:    Commencing at a post planted
1 on the west side of the Cheak-j on   the  Pemherton   Trail,  2V_    miles
and   one  mile   nortli   of north of Green Lake, tlience north 80
N,w Westminster
tnct of New Westminster.
i tell
thence east 80 chains, tlience south So
(diains, thence west HO chains, thence
north SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By J. . O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February IT, mil.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
:*������*��� '
Palsy
river
Lake,  thence west   40  chains,: chains, tbence east so cliains, tbence
north 160 chains, thence east south so chains, thence west Su chains
liains,  thence  south   160   chains1 to point of commencement, being tho
''.'-.,. Cheakamus river to point of southwest corner post, containing 640
.incut,   being   southwest   cor-! acres, more or less.
Ser^poBt of lot applied for, containing
.',' '.;,.  more or less.
" Sj  .. |) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
.' ,".'��� (or Margaret Ethel Matthews.
1911.
acres,
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent  for Molly McClarey.
February lid, 1911.
iruary -'
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
M._ Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
Dis-
Dis
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Georgina   A.
Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
TAKE NOTICE that  Kate Corey, of 'Stenographer, intends to apply for per-
occupation    saleswoman,: mission to purchase the following de-
,,, apply for permission to pur-, 'bribed lands:    Commencing at a post
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE    NOTICE   that    1,   John    E.
Crawford, of    Vancouver,    occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
stribed lands:    Commencing at a post
planted about 2% miles south of T. L.
lot loGS and one mile east of Haslam
| lake,   thence  east   SO   chains,  thence
j no'rth SO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south  80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 040
acres moie or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17. 1911.
inter.	
���   ,   following described   lands.
lng at  a post planted at the
South line of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
tbence west 40 chains, thence south
;'       iin?. thence east  40   chains   to
...... l.ake, thence north along tho
; polni of commencement, being
:       ortfceast  corner post  of lot   ap
���   i ontaining 220 acres more or
post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot L'lOa and thence north 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south
4u chains, thence east 4u chains to
point of commencement, being southwest oorner post of lot applied for,
containing lflo acres, more or less.
'Si. ned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey,
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE^
LAND ACT NOTICE.
f,e.   Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
���*.t iTICE that Reginald   Fitz-
,.       -   ., nt.  of   Vancouver, occu-
... ir, intends to apply for per-
. purchase the following de
ands:    Commencing at a post
���lie   southwest   corner   of
thence east 20 chains, thence
t hains.    thence    west    60
tbi nee north 10 chains, thence
. as. thence north 40 chains
I : commencement, being the
. ���  comer posi of loi applied
i lng 140 acres more oi   ���
WILLIAM   LEWIS.
Reginald   Fitzgerald   Sar-
. i, 191L
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that  I, Samuel    S.
i Auss, of Vancou.er. occupation broker,
j intends  to  apply   for  permission    toi
purchase     the     following    described1
lands:    Commencing at a post planted.'
about   l1;.   miles   north   of   T.   L.   lot
1976, and two miles west of Haslam
i lake,   tlience  east   so   chains,   tlience
south Su chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north SO chains to the point of
commencement,   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. AUSS.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation mine1',
intend to apply for permission to pur-
chase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 910 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence
nortli 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south SO chains, thence    east
cense in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District'
(a/ The name of Company in full���
The Glen Rose Canning Companv Limited.
The head office���New Westminster
B. C.
The capital, how   divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided   into
j (2500 of .lo each, of which 14C0 shares ,
! are issued and paid up.
(b) The name of the lake, stream
I or source (if unnamed, tbe description
| is)���Unnamed stream on Lot 17,
j Group   2, New   Westminster   district,
flowing into Praser river.
(c) The point of diversion���I���> about
20o feet from its mouth at   tbe Fra-
j ser river on said Lot 17.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e)
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(fj The premises on which tlie
water is to be used (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.
(J) Area of Crown land intended te
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
SALE    OF    VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT CHILLIWACK.
Under instructions from the owners
there will be offered for sale by public
auction od Saturday, the L'Oth dav oi
March, 1911, at the hour of three
o'clock in tiie afternoon at the office,
of S. A. Cawley, Chilliwack, British
Columbia, by S. A. Cawley, auctionee-, OBJECT
the following property, namely:
All and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and being in the county of Westminster, in the province of Hritish
Columbia, and being the westerly fifty-
eight (68) acres of lot three hundred
and eighty-three (383), group two (2),
more particularly described as follows :
Commencing at the northwest corner of said lot on the south bank of
ROME MEIHODBIS
flirat Pfioresr
TO ARCHBISHOP FAR.
LEY'S PASTORAL REFLECTING
ON COMING CELEBRATION AT
THE   ETERNAL CITY.
Home,    March
!"������The American
Methodists in Rome held a meeting today in protest against the action of
Archbishop Farley, of New York, in
issuing a pastoral letter, which was
read recently in all the churches of
his archdiocese, in denunciation of the
proposed celebration in Rome in commemoration of the fortieth anniver-
bank of Hope slough, tbence westerly sary of the taking of Rome from the
following the south    bank    of    Hope   control of the pope.      In  this  letter
Hope  slough, thence south following
The character of the  proposed : tlie west boundary of said   lot    34aC
links to the southwest corner of said
lot. thence east following the south
boundary of the said lot 1700 links,
thence north 3118 links to the soutu
Archbishop Farley declared that the
celebration was an insult to the pontiff
and every member of the Catholic
church, and urged the clergy to enter
their protest against "the "vile character of this celebration wherever and
lath day of February, 1911, and appli
cation will be made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 191L
<1)    Give the names and   addresses
su chains to the point of commence- Gf any riparian proprietor* or licensees
ment. and containing 0-10 acres, more
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated Fehruary  17. 191L
slough to the point of commencement.
TERMS OP SALE.���Twenty-five
(26) per cent, of the purchase money
to be paid in cash at the time of the
sale and the balance within thirty (80)
days  thereafter  without  interest, or,
.at  the  option  of the purchaser,  the  whenever sn o-       ..n .n, .
���      This notice was posted on the ; balance may be paid In three (3) equal
instalments at the end of one (1). two
(2) and three C.i) years respectively
from tbe date of the sale with interest
on the deferred payments at the rate
of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
For  further  particulars  and  condi-
Dated February   17. i;ai
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wo f, of Vancouver, occupation broker
intends to api ly lor permission to purchase 'he following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and In a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
���'������ '��� v..- 80 chains, tbence south
hains, thence east B0 chain;:.
thence north 80 chains to ti.e [roint nr
��� ��� ��� . ��� ��� nd containing 640
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
1). O'HARA. Agqnt.
Ft'iruary 17th, 191L
who or whose lands are likely to be af-
fected 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.
Bishop William Burt, Methodist
Episcopal bishop of Europe, the Rev.
Dr. Walling Clark, head of the Methodist organization in Italy, and the Kev.
B. M. Tipple, pastor of the Methodist
church in Rome, all spoke strongly
against the pastoral letter.   They stlg-
The   Glen    Rose   Canning
Limited.
'.-itnaturei    J. M.
Company
Dis-
Dla
New Westminster Land District
I :,f New Westminster.
iTICE tl al  Maw  Augusts
I gni ouver, occu] sti in mar
-.  -       apply for i-
i , _   the following   It
.     . i     ::,- al a posi
: .-    PemtX   :   h   Trail    -C-;
ol  Qreen   Lake,   thence
��� go ith 80 ehs ��� -
- , i bains, I ence   noi th
i point of common et ent,
il lot ap
Ining i     seres mi rt >
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Man   '> ���- --':1  '���'   ��� '
.  ,1911. 	
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westrr.ir.ster.
TAKE NOTICE that I.   William    J '���
of  North Ya; ouver, occupation]
��� r. intend to appiy tor permission
to  purchase  ihe   following   described
lands:    Commencing at a post planted
about or.o mile south of T. L. lot
on  the east  shore of  Lake    Haslam,
:! ent et   - ��� v   chains. th<:. en rth 8.1
thence west i    chains   thi
south ::s to the  point  ot  com-
mena mi 11, a:.d containing ���      ... ���
���   or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK.
Bj D. O'Hara, Agent
Dati .'. Februarj   .'.. II 11
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster L.ind District.    District cf New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. c.   \   Crya
di le, oi Vancow er, oi cupation I
anee  ms intends  to appi]   for
permission to \ irehasi   the following
described  lands:    Commencing at    a
McDonald.
Manager.
tP. O. Address;    New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum oi association:
1 ���-��� i    To   record,   divert,   take   and
carry  away,  water  from   any    st earn.
river and lake in the Province of Brit-
I Columbia, for the use of their bu-i
. and for that  purpose   to   erect,
lay  and  maintain    dams,  a.a,-
;!'.'���*. flumes, or other conduit   pipes
and    to seil    or otherwise dispose of
the same.
tions of sale apply to the auctioneer matized as unworthv Archbishop Par-
or to the solicitors and agents for the ley's words and the attitude of the
vendors. ^ ^ , yatican  toward   a   united   Italy,  and
J. H. BOWES. urged that Americans take part in the
Solicitor, Royal Bank Building, Chilli- celebration
wack. B. C, j
Or his agents, ��� 	
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE fc
MARTIN,
Room 20 Williams Building, 413 Granville  Street, Vancouver, B.  C.
Or to
TAYLOR,  HARVEY.  BAIRD  &
GRANT.
Solicitors. Room 37 Wi'liams Building,
i 413  Granville Street. Vancouver.   B.C.
Dated the 1st day of March, l'.'ll.
Liniments Won't
Cure Lams Back
(:����-;>. <_* *n^-7t>.
s>: :   'vVESTMlNSTF.n   land    District   of   New  Westmin-
���Tal e notice that 1, C. O.
Svedmark, oi    Tulameen.    o
mill  owner,  intends to  apply  for per-
:.  to purchase the following de-
scrlbed  lands:
BIN PILLS WILL���lis Ws
Gentleman Testiiiss
AUCTION
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re lot 10, block 16, Murray's Addition, town of Port  Moody:
SALE   OF
LANDS.
DOMINION
-
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND     DISTRICT���District    of   New   Westmin-
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-   |os,   planted ahout   half mile north of   ��ter. B.C      Take notice that I. Herman
trict of New Westminster. ���}���   |,.  |0|   1976 and two milts  west  of   Tbpreen,    of    Vancouver,    occupation
TAKE   N'OTICE   that    Anna   Maud   Haslam  lake,  thence   west   SO  chains,   mairtne engineer, intends to apply for
Duggan,   i couver.    occupation   thence soutli SO ehains. thenco east sc   permission  to  purchase the following
tends to applj   for  permls   chains, thence north SO chains to the
jioB to t the   following   de   point of commencement, and contain*
Commencing at s post  log 640 acres more or less.
��� ! on tlie Pemberton   Trail   1 la
/.(Inn     from I I < \    I ���    l '  I . :i' :l      \ ��� nil
south so chains, thence west SO chains
thence north 80 chains, lo the point bf
commencement,   nnd   containing   mo
Public notice is hereby   given   that
i there will be offered for sale bv pub-
\     ereas proof of the loss of certlfl-  Uc auction in Pender Hall. 804 Pender
cate of title No. d620A, issued in the. ,-,,.���.,  ...���s,   irl ,u��� ���itv _�� ,-  ___.,,,.__
menclng at a post planted abou,   n ot g^ Anne Mai.;uvo, ,.as been   J^^S-J0 \  r 1    '    WuTmS
three miles  distant, and In a   north- metJ iu this office. i
esti  '��� din   tion from Haslam Lak.<.     Notice is hereby given thai 1 shall.
I  ence  east   gt   (hains. thence  south at the expi atlon ol one month   from
g0   chains,   thence    west     80    chains.  ,i,e ,jate of ,he ftrst  publication hers-
'���'   ���  north 8(  ��� lains to the point of 0f, |n a ,jaii�� newspaper published In
commencement,   and   containing   640 the l Ity ol New Westminster, issue a
acres m re or less duplicate of the said certificate, unless
CHARLES ct  SVEDMARK.     in  the  meantime valid objection   be
D, O'HARA, Agent made to me in writing
C.   S.   Keith
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlci. New Westmi i*
Ster. H.  C - February IS,  l'.Hl.
: ���      tary 17t'i. 1911.
i a northerly direction   rrom
Green Lake, tlience north so chains.
thence easl 10 chains, thence south 80
thence   weBl   40  chains to   a
t i ommt ncement, being south
POSI   of  lot   applied    tor,
com 120 acres more ori ess
WILLIAM   LEWIS.
Agenl for Anna Maud Duggan
20, 1911.
.ii si l Ibed lands:
Commencing Bl it post planted about
two and one half miles SbUth of T. L.
CHARLES Ai'.NI'.W (' lYSDALl       : lot 1368, and one mile east of Haslam
By D, O'Hara. Auent    lake,   thence   east   Si)  ehains.   thence
Dated Februarj   17. 1911,
to   the
Tender
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dig-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
Hop-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK Ni ITICE that Maude A.
I i ol Vancouver, occupation mar
ried woman, intends to apply for per-
"������ Blon to purchase the following
lands i mmenclng at a post plant
*'! on the west side of Green Kiver
a:"l ' tr chains north of Green Lake,
; eet 80 (diains, thence north
theme east KD chains,
ith gO (hains to point of
ment, being southwest cor
: lot applied for, containing
more or less,
ned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
20, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE that   1, Charles A.
ltd,lie, of Vancouver. occupation
, broker, intend to apply fer permission to put chase the following ile-
scribed lands: Commencing at a poit
planted aboul 1'u miles noith of T. L
lOl 1978 and two miles west of lln��-
I him lake, thence west BO chains,
' Ihence north sn (hains. thence eaat W
chains, thence south sn chains, to the
' point of commencement, nnd oontaih-
I Ing 640 acres more or lesn.
CHARLES  A.  HODIE.
lly D, O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February I". 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE tbat  I.  Mabel  Lucy
' Paige,   of   New   Westminster,   ooeupa-
j tion  married   woman.  Intend  tO apply
for i ermHsioii to purchase the follow
ing described lands     Commencing at
acres more or less.
HERMAN   THOR8EN.
D. O'HARA. Agent.
February i7tii, lBlli
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dlsti let of New Westminster. Bi C.���Take notice thai 1. A. ti.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor, intends to apply ror permission to purchase the following described lands:
CottlHienalng at a post planted about!
l��i miles north of T. L. lot
1078 nnd two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence past 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains. Ihence west 80
(hains. thence south 80 chains, to the
polni of commencement, and containing 640 notes, more or less.
ARTIIl'lt L. BELYEA.
February 17th. 1911.
Rea'ed Tenders addressed
undersigned nnd endorsed
for Charier of Tug for First Narrows.
Vancouver," will be received at this
office until 4:00 p. ni. Thursday,
March 22, I9ll, for tbe charter of a
tugboat to tend Elevator Dredge nt
First Narrows. Vancouver, B. C.
Specification  and   form  of  contract
can   be  seen   and   foun   of  tender  obtained  nt  the office of  William    Ilcn-
i derson,  Esip,  Resident   Architect,  Tic-1
'toria.  H. C:   H.  A.  Bayfield.  Est],, sti-
| nerintendent   of dredges.  New   Westminster. B. C. and from the posthitis-
I let   at  Vancouver.  B. C.
Tersons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on forms supplied and Sighed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case bf tirms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of
each member of the firm must be
uiven.
Bach tender must be accompanied
bv an accepted cheque on a chartered
Hon-
p. 111.. about two hundred summer resi-1
dence bus. the property of the government of the Dominion ot Canada.
These lots are located at Woodhaven,
s subdivision of Dominion governmenl
lands located on Bedwell Day, on the
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, British
Columbia Their accessibility to Vancouver, their location on salt Water,
and the utati leui ot the scenery t_
North Arm make these lota attractive
for summer residence purposes.
Terms   of    Payment.
One quarter In cash at the time of
sale, and  balance in  three equal    annual  instalments  with interest  on  unpaid balance at tbe rate of fi per cent \ Pack and Soreness across the Kidneys,
per annum.    The  lots will  be offered I and ti-ed to apply Imitrienls to relieve
subject   to  a   certain   upset    price   Inl the pain until* I was told  to try GEN
each  case.    Upon a parcel of land be-1 PILLS. Now, lam never without them.
Ing knocked down the purchaser shall    As soon as I feel the weakness ebffling
immediately deposit the sum   of flfty | on, 1 at once start to tr.Ue CIS VIL!.:��
dollars  with the clerk of sale,   otber-] and a very few doses relieve me, b
wise the parcel will at once be put up
Luhsdev, Sask.
I have suffered much  from Ltme
NKW    WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-   bank, payable to the order of the
TRICT���District   of   New  Westmin-  ornble  Minister of  Publl
Pake notice that I, Charles   one  thousand  dollars
ster, II. (
.nicy, of Vancouver, occupation broh
a'nos!   planted  about  two miles BOTth   er.  intends to apply for permission to
;,f  r.  I,.  l���t  016  -ui  the  west  shore of   purchase ........ .1
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Lionel E. Haw-
Haslam  lake,  thence  west   80  cliains.
thenc��   south   So  chains,   thence  east
bains,  thence  north  80 cliains to
I the point of commencement, and eon-
��� in. ouver, occupation pbotog- L-j,,,,,- eifl acT8g more or less.
���   ��� nds to applj   for permls-l
������hase the following  lands
ing at. a post planted on the
���   Of   Pemberton   Trail.   3.4
��� th  nf  Qreen   Lake,   thenco
'i.iins. thence east. St) chain..
outh  SO  chains, thence  west
Rl'alns to the point, of  commence.
m,ll:   being the southwest corner post
ipplted    for,   containing    640
1 ��� or less.
ed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
\uent for Lionel E. IiaweU
'uary 20, 1911.
MABEL LKCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17. 1011
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND  ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster L.ind District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isahella Mi-
. arland, of North Vancouver, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the follow-
in!? described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about half mile south
of T. L< lot 1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, thence east SO chains,
tlience south SO chains, thenco west SO
the     following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T. L. 1081, and on
the cast shore of Haslam Lake, tbence
,. .st so chains, thence north SO
. hains. thence west SO chains, thence
soutli 80 chains, to the point of commencement, anif containing 640 acrea,
more or less.
GfHARLES  SOLBY.
Fehruary 17th, 1011.
Works, for
(J 10001 which
. 1)0 forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to i'.o so or fails to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender he not accepted the che pic
will be returned.
The depart menr
self to accept the
der.
again.      For   this   purpose   Intending
purchasers should provide themselves
With   marked   cheques   on    chartered
banks of Canada, made to their own
order and payable at par   at  Vancouver: or with bank notes of as large a
denomination   as   possible.     Tbo   balance  of the casli  Instalment  must Pi
' everv case he laid before the close   f
the sale, failing which the deposit of
. $B0   will   be   forfeited   and   the   land
; withdrawn   from  sale.    Cheques   will
not be taken In payment unless marked  accepted  by  the bank   on   whicli
thev are drawn.
A pamphlet describing this property,
and  a  map  showing   the   subdivision
mav be had on application to tho B ,c-
retarv, Department of the Interior. Ottawa.'  W.   M.    Ingram,   Inspector   of
School   Lands.   Winnipeg,  or   to   the
Agents  of Dominion  Lands   at   New.
Westminster.  B.  ('.,  Kamloops.  B.  C.,\
Calgary. Alta., Edmonton, Alta., or to
Coot-go McCuaig, auctioneer, 150 Hastings street cast. Vancouver, B. C.
.    Q, KETES,
Secretary.
Department    of    Interior.    Ottawa.
March   I. 1011.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they Insert it without authority from the department.
continue to take them for soinetii::. ?
two weeks at a time that they may <!o
I their work. I heartily recommend C.IN
PILLS to anyone suffering from L;-tua
Back or Weak Kidneys."
. A. B. SrARKS.
Lame Ilaclc ii simply the pain caus'-l
hy weak, strained or sick kidneys. C.IN'
FILLS heal  and cure Kidneys.   GIN
FILLS relieve tbe DJadder, and regulate
the Erin?.    That's why the pain iu the
back disappears when you take  CU*!
PILLS.   Xoc.  a box, 6'for fj.50 and
money refunded if CIN FILLS fail fo
relieve you.    Sent ou receipt of price if
your  dealer  will   not   supply  theta.
National Drug& Chemical Co. Dept. B.
C.       Toronto.
National Lazy Liver Tills keep the
bowels regular, the stomach sweet and
the skin clear.    25c. a box. f->
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.
dees   not   bind   it-
owest or nny ten-
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DTS-
TKICT-��� District of New Westminster, B. C.��� Take notice that I, Peter
0. .Tensen. of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described hinds:
Bv Order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
l>epar,ir>enl of Public Works, Ottawa, Marcil 0, 1011.
Newspapers will not be paid for thla
advertisement if they insert, it without authority from the department.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned at New Westminster, B. C,
and endorsed on the envelopes "Tender for Supplies," will be receive 1 tip
to noon of Friday, March 31. 1911, toV
the supply of ship chandlery, hardware, wire rope, paints, ells and
greases. Manila rope, valves and tit-
tings, packings, groceries, meat, etc.,
ic.I hired  for the use    of    the    public
works pf Canada at 	
until Marcli 31, 1012.
The supplies must, he of the best
nihility of their several kinds and
must, be delivered tit the points specified in the various forms of tender.
The department reserves the light
to accept the whole or part of    auy
Tenders vvill be received by the un-
,- . .-i.-iiert and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m. of Monday,
March 20th. loll, for supplying thc
.wai   ColurnhP'ti   Hospital,   from   the   JggJ^
1st of April. 1011, to March 31st, 19X2,j     Forms of tender may be obtained at
with the following articles: th_ ofrlcos of William Henderson, Esq.,
Bread, white and brown: beef; mitt-   f)��jdent architect, Victoria, B. C;  J.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
ton:   milk:   drupsi;    groceries;    wood
superintendent    of
Dis-
New W-stminater Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
that    Gerald    E.
ancouver, occupation mas-
intends to apply for par-
lo purchase the following de-
TAKE    NOTICE
Bridge, of v
ler niurir.er
mtBMcin
"crlbed lamia: Commencing at a post
Pmnted on Oreen River; Pemberton
;;ili four miien north of Green Lake,
"lence north 80 chaina. thence east SO
'iiain., ii���,IU,R _n���th 80 chains, thenco
.'"' in chains to point of commenc*
m,!'il.  lieitu
'"' applied
more dr w>..H,
���Signed)
,    ,       ,      ,.   Phelan,   Esq..    . ... ���
(slabs), per cord;   coal, washed nut,   yukon teiegraphs, 163 Hastings street,
conl. anthracite;   fish, fresh and salt; . v.inco���veri and at the office of    the
Re a part (5 acres) of the south 60 funerals. ' superintendent of dredges, New West-
acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-      Detailed  list    of drugs,    groceries,  ;illnster_ B c
Commencing at a post planted about tion 21, Township 4 (subdivision 1) in. beef, mutton and fish can be obtained      The ^ep'artment  does  not bind  lt-
cbiins  thence north SO chains to tho  ^r0Q   mfies    northwest   of   Hnslam the District cf New Westminster.       j at the hospital. I 8elf   t0 accept   the    lowest   or any
point of commencement, and contain-  IjHit0> ihence west SO chains, thence      Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-1    Neither the lowest nor any tender. tender
nortli 80 chnlns, thence east 80 chains.  Cate  title  No. 4T81A,  issued  in    the necessarily accepted. h. A. BAYFIELD,
thonce  south  80 chains,  to point ot name of George A. Witherspoon, has     gamnles of the groceries and all in superintendent of Dredges,
commencement,   and   containing   640  been filed In this office. I formation obtainable on application ti J    Ngw Westminster, B.C., March 17,
640 acres more or less.
ISA. ELLA  McFAKLAND.
By D. O'Hara, .cent.
Dated  February   17.  1011. ���
LAND ACT NOTICE.
DIs-
New Westminster Land District.
trlct of New Westm inster.
TAKE  NOTICE that   I. Clinton    P.
���tfcCnrmlolt, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
'H1B' ��*l'to  pureluifltt th" following    described
containing   840 acres  , m,���.   commencing at a post planted
, soul invest corner
for
acres, moro or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February ITth, 1011.
WATER   NOTICE.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary U. C. R
New Westminster, B.C., March 7, 1911.
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
William  LEWIS.    I ������ tlie eRBt   shore of   Haslam   lake^
Agont for Gerald E. Bridge
''"'"iiry 20, 1911.
Notice Is'hereby Riven that an ap-
���������,���������, ,   ,   ,, ....plication wlll be made under Part V. of
shore of   Haslam   lake, the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a 11- minster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that I shall, *j,e Lady Superintendent, at the hos
at the expiration of one month   from pitai_
the date of the flrst publication here-:
i of, in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue ti
duplicate of the said   certificate, un-
j less in the meantime valld  objection
be made to me In writing.
I C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   West-
1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they inaert it
without authority from the department.)
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEW8
THE DAILY NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERT III
V
I
y
...
. >i ���
ti ' PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY    >.,,-,.
mi
i
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
yon have heard so much ah tl
Nothing better made in the ���'��� iy
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It ha.-:
been sold for year3 and stands
at the top. Superior to band
mixed lead and cil. Cai.
bad in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
NEW
Rev. and   Mrs.  Osterhaut,  of Glad-      W. H. Keary Is confined to his res
stone, Man .  were the guests of  Mr.  dence with an attack of quinsy.
and Mrs. F. Shaw vesterdav.
Ice cream on band. Ira A
I'iano tuning,  work  guaranteed, by   tram office.   Phone -31m.
resident timer.    P.  R.  Pearse,    Tele-
P. O. Box 455. i^ifl
Reid, next
��� *
The dredge King Edward  is
at
phone ?,'j\.   r. *j. nu*. ��a,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
1 work    clearing    a space for the new
Rev. Father O'Boyle, who has been   water main to Lulu island.
The  best  kiln-dried  wood,  a  three
spending a couple of days in Victoria
on business, returns today.
Nothing ?
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
Ti
^_^_^_^_^_^m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_W horse load delivered at your shed one
A baby boy was added to the family hour after you order it.   A three horse
of  Mr. and  Mrs.  It.  A.  stoney early load for only $3.00.   Phone 413.      ������
yestrday morning. ���  .
INSURANGL
jSfcl
I REMOVAL
SAIE
We remove from
our present store,
at the end of this
month, and are
making a reduction
on all hardware to
clear out part of our
la'ge stock.
Take advantage
Don't forget the annual meeting of
the Westminster Lacrosse club, city
hall. Friday. March 24, at & p.m.
public invited. "
The Westminster roller hockey team
will journey to Vancouver on Tuesday
evenine. when a match will be played
against the Imperial rink quintette.
Davies Green Houses Is the place to
eet bouquets, floral desicns. and all
kinds of cut flowers.    PhoDe R- B '*
Evangelist Vansickle. who is conducting a series of services at Olivet
Baptist church next week, will preach
in the Edison theatre tomorrow afternoon. The address will te to meti
only
The   Young    Peo;ilea' GuDd oi   St
Andrew's church, this city, paid a visit
to the Young Peoples' Guild, of the1
Vancouver St Andrew's church, last
night, leaving here on a special eaat seven o'clock an I returning shortly
before midnight.
On Thursday evening next the
Women's Educational club will meet
at the residence of the Misses Crake,
Third avenue. A feature of the evening will be the reading of a paper. "A
Trip to Alaska," by Miss Jessie Drew,
the data for the paper having been
secured by Miss Drew on a pleasure
trip some time ago.
F. H. Cunningham, provincial fisher-
es inspector for the Dominion government, yesterday purchased through
Kellington and Hendry the James
Trodden residence on Fifth street, I
near Fourth avenue. The purchase
price Is in the neighborhood of $13.-
000. Mr. Cunnincham assumed charge'
of his duties early this week.
At the recent meeting of the B. C.i
Federation of Labor, held in  Victoria
this week,  II.  A. Stoney   was elected
second     vice-president.      The    other
officers are:  President, J. T. Watters, '���
Victoria;    first    trice-president,     Mr.
iVilklnson,    Vancouver;     third    vice-
ireslden t, christian Selvertz, Victoria;
fourth  vice-president,    J.  H.  McVety,
-ancouver;   general   secretary,   It.   P.1
Pettlpiece,       Vancouver;       secretary-
treasurer, Mr.  Midglev, Vancouver.
The second of a series of organ re-!
citals in rit. Andrew's Presbyterian
church will be given this afternoon,
when  Miss  Munn  will  be the soloist.
ollowing is the program: Offertoire
(O. Minori Lefeibre-Wely; Melodia,
7. Capocci; Ovei ture Raymond, A.
l'homas, by Mr. Oppensbaw;  Violets,
Mallin.- in, and Nymphs iind Shepherds, Purcell. by Miss Munn; Air di
Dauphin (paraphrase by W. T. Best),
Roeckel; Scranata, Mosz Hovvski:
Landate Dominum, Lemmens, by Mr.
Jpl enshaw.
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
Spring Costum
a
?<*&*&. Z -*i^
of exceptionally  attractive  appea
rc:\ce
Our showing of women's and misses' spring suits finds a place high in the estimati
have been careful to examine into the features mest prominent.   In the  first  place    fat  ��� - ���
carefully selected.    Perfect tailoring gives assurance of proper fit  and   comfort      -
apieal to all who care about having the newest  to be had.    Now Is the time to choose
to this week's showing of suits and coats.
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also  carry
cheaper grades.
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
Grey, Diagonal
Tweed Suit
$37*50
A suit of exceptional stylish appearance. Material is a fine
diagonal tweed in grey. Coat is
short, lined with Satin and trim
med with black piping. Skirt
made in straight gored narrow-
style.    Each   $37.50
Children's
Reefers
$2.50 to
$7.50
Scarlet and navy blue serge
reefer coats in styles suitable
for children one to twelve year;
of age. The various styles are
nicely cut and trimmed with
braids and gilt buttons. E&ch
$2.50 to     $7.50
Navy Blue
Cloth Suit
$29.50
Clcth ln fine basket weave; coat
has collar and trimmings of
black Ottoman silk, fancy braid
buttons, silk lining; skirt plain,
straight gored    styler   trimmed
with wide fold.   Each
.$29.50
Black and
White Checked
Suit, $30
Coat la |ine i -A;.
and  is  ma!.-
fold arout I    .
collar is    of I .
Grey Striped
Coats, Ml lensth
Each $23*50
Among the season's most popular coats are these grey striped
coats. Worsted materials perfectly tailored In attractive
styles, full length, lined to
waist, Ivory buttons; all sizes.
Each   $23.50
******���*���
trimmed   with  bra;
made  with  stra..
Wi-I,   hlack   ,,;;:,.
Black and White
Striped Coats
$17.50 each
Xew straight cul
the  waist, hla. k    -
and black buttons
styles.    Each .... | -
Black Satin
Petticoats
$6.50 each
Very soft ami
with   narrow   ;
accordian pleated I   ���  -
Each SH
of this sale!
JAMES & McCUIGHAN
Comer Sixth and Front Sir.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
H'S DRUG STOI
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
I
'   MARKET   |
1   REPORT J
Despite the warm sunshine and almost ideal weather the attendance at
the city market yesterday was smaller
than   on   the   two  previous     Fridays.
Husiness   also   was   showing   a  slight
falling    off    although    in  the general
buying pi ices ruled around the same
figures as  obtained  last  week.    I- lan
was  much  in  advance  of  the    otber
foodstuff anl  the slabs  wer*. cleared
off by ten o'clock. Two fine specimens
of  the  deep   were  shown   by  a   local
lealer, these being a peffed  sample(
>t   a salmon    weighing    48  pounds,!
whilst near by was lying a monster I
itnrgeon  whicb  was reputed to '.in'
tbe scales a' 339 pounds, and It look;
it   '���,<���. |   ��� .i.i ...     The   high     COSI     ',.'
v.i'ikj meal was responsible for t_<;'
|Uick  <'.���������nTir:-.'  ii,   the  hub   stalls  and
��� <��� I pi are making a golden harvest
'���iii i' this state ol rnatb rs y sl
su *���', and mutton were conspicuousI
������< i absence and those who rale
'bu branch of the sqqare avei that
tbere will  be a slackness from now i
intil the middle ut next month. Whilst
real   was quickly disposed  of, pork!
/.as in  many  Instances left on    the
bands of tbe dealers.
h;-!'.. are  weekly becoming cheaper,
I COO IgnmentS from tbe country
Increasing as the weather coaxes the
tens to their duties. Rarely did the
tellers obtain more than 23 cents
wholesale for the fruit of the coop
ind cases were plentiful when just
before the market closed many cents
lesa were gladly accepted so as to
affect a clearance.'
Pipes recorded were as under:
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. ��� ��� .9c to lOo
Beef, forequarters, per lb. ...Sc to 9c
Mutton, per lb 13c to 14c
Lamb, per lb 14c to 15c
Pork, per Ib 18c to 20c
Veal, per lb 12c to .2tfG
Broilers, per do/. $4.60 to $5.51)
Chickens, per doz $C to $7
Eggs, per doz., wholesale  23c
Kggs, per doz., retail  30c
lluller, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butter, retail, per lb 35c to 40c
Potaloes, per ton  $30 to $32
Onions, per sack    $1.50
Carrots, per sack i .$1.15
Parsnips, per sack $1.25
Apples, per box $1.00 to $1.25
���""'"���nips, per Rack  80c
lleets, per sack  $1
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
WideVarietyinSilk"Moirette"Petticoats
Moirette underskirts are splendid wearing garments, sightly In api<'.<rance    and    retail
severe wear.   All the new cuts and styles are featured in the new showing now on  lii
are made with deep knes flounce or with narrow  flounces of accordian  pleating
styles suitable for  wearing  with new narrow skirts;  also skitts in    which no fullness ��
around hips, and buttoned upthe back.   Shown in shades of cream, navy   Wisteria,
rose, tan, Sappi.ire blue, brown, cardinal, etc, and black; also in two-tone changes   i  effi   I
Each $4.50, $5.50, 6.75, 7.50 and $10.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
TOTAL   LOSSES   PAID   SINCE   ORGANIZATION
EXCEED   $225,000,000.00
Royal   Exchange   Assurance
of London, England
A Ure Policy in that company protects you.
The, People s Trust Co., Ltd.
431
W. P.  EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
Columbia  Street, Pnone 669
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f
HOU
*^*T*
FO.UR ROOMS, near car line, $$1800; one-third cash.
SIX   ROOMS,   Nanaimo   street, near car, $2500; one-third cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, modern, near Sixth street car, $3000;  monthly payments.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new and modern, $3500; $800 cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new, modern, close to car, $3700; terms to arrange.
SEVEN  ROOMS, modern, extra well built, $4200, terms to arrange.
Call or Phone for Full  Particu lars.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
tSTAEUSHCD
~i#>n
I89I     -t
.*Sl&'
-*<(V*
tlUmUTED
1905        j
f.J.Hart&Co.,Lli|
New vvc��f minster <!
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE. \\
����������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������������������4 '
Are You Aware
from our mains, which now exteg-
  of the  city  wo"*
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Br
that electric power Is availabl
in addition to branch mains���from the west end
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make posslblo   the adopttlon
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric dim
Applications  for  electric  power serv
pany's locnl office, or a postal mailed
will also receive prompt attention
of otif
vice may he made at the omn-
to the head office, Vancou*
B. C Electric Railway Co'y, %
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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