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 FOR   MODERN    HOMES   AND
CHOICE
BUILDING   LOT8
Consult
WHITE.
SHILES & CO.
NEW
WE8TMINSTER.
ON THE NEW CUT-OFF
LINE���$400 AND UP.
Easy Terms.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 336.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., THURS     DAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTO
BOARD IS OPPOSED
TO SHOP LICENSES
COMMISSIONERS GIVE LITTLE EN-
COURAGEMENT TO JOSEPH
HARWOOD���SOME HOTELS IN
NEED OF IMPROVEMENT.
That the license commissioners of
Westminster are opposed to the grant-
in. of shop licenses was evident yesterday evening, when, at the monthly
meeting of the board, tho application
of Joseph Ilarwood came up for con-
ilderatlon. Mr. Teat hers, who appeared  for   the  applicant,   was   informed
SUES  ROAD AS  PROFANE.
Woman    Demanding   $2000   Explains
Swearing  Was  Done  by Agent.
Great Falls, Mont., Marcli 8���Ticket agents of the Northwestern are
aroused over a suit filed hy Gertrude
Hatch against the Great Northern
railway company, to receive $2000
damages because of language she asserts an agent used when selling her
a ticket to St. Paul, Minn., recently,
he declares that she was so badly
shocked that she became speechless
and had to have others finish the purchase.
It is likely that the case will be
fought stubbornly, as it is the first in
the northwest turning on the use of
profanity by employees before patrons
of a public service corporation.
Many   Newcomers.
Halifax, N. S. ,March 9.���Five ocean
LABOR MEN REFUSE TO
ENDORSE RECIPROCITY
SHOWS NEED OE HOME
EOR WAYWARD GIRLS
WHAT   IS   PROFANITY?
TRADES    COUNCIL    HEARS    GOOd'mANY
ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF THE
AGREEMENT, BUT LOW TARIFF
SUPPORTERS   ARE   OUTVOTED.
he re.uest put in by his client  steame's   bringing   3190   passengers,
;i
that l~__^_^_^_^_^__-    . ^_-_-      ^ =���-
was not in regular order, and therefore, mos,1>' tor Western Canada, arrived
could not be considered by tlie meet-j 1,on -vesterday afternoon.
ini;, bul if a like application came up
al the next sitting of the hoard,   the
matter would be fully discussed.
Mayor l.ee, chairman of the commission, explained at some length that
he was strongly opposed to the granting of shop licenses.   He failed to see
The delegates present at the monthly meeting of the trades and labor
of
in
HAS A TRADE  DOLLAR
OF MINTAGE OF 1877
   ! women of this city cn the subject of
the United States, the vote being ta-1 the suggested school or home for
ken after a lengthy discussion on the; young girls who had fallen by the way-
subject. Thomas Turnbull, who' side and who were in danger of he-
brought up the subject, spoke strong-1 coming physical and moral wrecks.
Iy in favor, but his elo.uenee failed The speaker, who outlined her schenK
to carry the day. The opponents of
the measure viewed the matter from
different angles, one opposing it because he was a labor man, another because he was a socialist, a third because he was not a liberal, and so on.
"Tear down the  Bricks."
N. Y. Alderman  Counted "Dam"  181,1
"Hell" 150 Times in Shakespeare,    j
New York, Marcli 8.���Prohibition of
profanity and  vulgarity on the stage'
by a city ordinance was urged by tlie
representatives  of  church  and  religious  societies  before  a  committee  of
aldermen today.      As an instance of
STRAY   FROM   STRAIGHT    AND   J^f  lanSuaf,  ��"   *eJ**f*f'  Af S'
Colburn. president of the Anti-profanity league, told of a current play in
wliich profane words occurred fifteen
times.
"I think not," said the alderman. "I
have looked them up in my dictionary,
and I find no warrant for such a be-,
. lief."    Colburn   added   that    he    had
the Vancouver Women's   Council,' COunted   "dam"   181   times  and   "hell
ar��>�����.i-...~- ���. ��� * fter-! 150 times in Shakespeare's plays.
hambers j	
the
YOUNG      WOMEN      WHO
NARROW  PATH  COULD  BE   RE
CLAIMED.
Mrs.   Peter   McNaughton,   president
PROFESSIONALS ARE
NO LONGER "AMATEURS
ANOMALY DROPPED FROM TITLE
OF B. C. LACROSSE ASSOCIATION ��� NORTH VANCOUVER
TEAM IN NAME ONLY.
The adjourned special general meeting of the British Columbia Amateur
(for the last time)   Lacrosse association was held in the Vancouver hotel
. last night and from the pistol shot to
TUBERCULOSIS    COST   $64,000,000. I the wire wai
the few remarks made by the other
members of the board it was evident
that there was little difference of opinion on the subject. I
Commissioner 1). Gilchrist declared
that lie <li<l not believe tlie Westmin-1
ster people were in favor of the inno-1
ration, while Commissioner Alderman
Campbell doubted the power of    tbe
hoard to finally settle the matter.
After  nn  academic   discussion   tlie
question was shelved.
Bartenders Seek Protection.
Messrs. Woods and  McDonald, representing the bartenders, waited upon'
the commissioners and expressed tlie
views they held regarding interdicted
persons. As the law stands at present,!
jt is an in'U.'table offence for a bar-1
temk-r or hotel proprietor to serve 31
"Slwashed"    Individual    with    ll.|tior. I
The bartenders wish the law changed.
They claim that it is Impossible for.
them to know every  interdicted  person, ami in the case of new bartenders
it is eas;. fur persons under the ban to
obtain drinks,    ln the opinion of the
drink dispensers, the law should make
it an Indictable offence for an inter-'
dieted person to enter a bar room.
Anxious to Help.
"We are anxious to observe the
law;' remarked Mr. Woods, "but as
ihincs are Just now it is Impossible
Ior tis in know whether we are doing
' nr wrong. We are only too glad
to work band in hand with the temperance people in this matter; it is not
to our advantage to supply drinks to
a man win |g unable to control his
appetite. A few weeks ago we sent a
petition tu the provincial legislature
asking for   a change    In    the    liquor-
In introducing his resolution, which
ia a clear and concise manner, said
tkat in different parts of the Dominion,
including this province, homes for
boys and youths were a'ready In opera
tion and the results showed that they
were a blessing to the members who
I were to be Canada's future citizens.
  , . , as fu" of ginger.    All the
Tbi. I. What State .New York Lest' KR^^SS* ^��
N.   v.,   March   8.-T���e   an- Ce^TuteXSre ��b **"'
nual monetary loss to the state of New | was    totally    disregarded
Kidgefield,   Marcli   8.���B.   B.   Hall,
publisher of the Reflector, has a trade
the need of anv In tills city, and from  S��mMi^ 1��da^"aJ^^tM^^I     '" tm^?U>ii "1S re.om?��n'���tti     �� ^ onl>' within the past twelve
inc  *- -���- ���- -��� ���       JrJ?i-   i      ,u ,        withdrawn.   was worded in the usual style peculiar  months   that   the   subject   of  dealing
Only six others are known to be m to such requests, Mr. Turnbull point- with the girls and voung women be-
existence. One of these dollars, pre-1 ed out thnt the trades and labor coun- came acute and unless something was
served by a Mr. Wagner, was recently c���  was organized  primarily  for    the  done to bring this class    back   to
abolition of    class    privileges.      The  state of respectab
tariff  wall   which   now    existed    between the two countries was erected
and maintained in the interests of the
privileged class.   The abolition of the   _
..      ...'.������� I protective tariff would be in the    in-  authorities did not think matters had
The other coins known are owned by j terests of the      * **       ^^^
two North Yakima men, tw'o in Chi
sold in Chicago for $^80. .
The dollar, fresli from the mint, was
given to  Mr.  Hall  the year   he   was'
born.   A hole was put through It and]
as a baby he cut his lirst  teeth   on:
it. i
masses, of the workers.
I
ility they would be
lost for ever so far as working for the
good cause was concerned. Correspondence with Attorney General W. J
come to such  a pass in this -district
Ithaca 	
usiness
York from deaths by tuberculosis in I i--tlT^��-___^J_* .^
1910 is placed at ?64,000,000 by Pro-' even runn EE ��'Al 5iJ �� ^ U,e
fessor Walter F. Wilcox, the (forneU  se��� WllJfiS T^J_\S
statistician, who s, oke before a mass able time was spent on he uselis
meeting here last night in connection reading of ruies and laws of the ga^T
with the weeks tuberculosis exhibit and as these will have to come bSES
conducted hy the state department ot \ the annual meeting in anv caw Ste
Hon Prnf wlu*ffi T��Cla" s,1^estion of a Westminster rep?ese��
tion. Prof. Wilcox based his figures tative that the matter be left in t^
on the average money loss per death hands of a small commit ee shouU
lived by tne International Congress oa   have been acted upon.
Which Will Win Out ?
Tlie much talked of subject, and one
that has caused a deal of people getting hot under the collar, namely, tbe
matter of who will    be   admitted   tn
cago. one In Wausau, Wis., and one in '   ���^!,,ro,f V""^' ^ ,*  ^"J"  and tl,ese people in hi-h P,ace8 were
Woodland. Wash. 1 !_l,e    "* 'l    di,'e,ctlon'     declared    Mr.  ,ncllned to think that a stronger case
Tuberculosis in 1907 at $3,828. He
said one-ninth of the deaths in the
state last year were due to tuberculosis.
A   plea  for  more  tuberculosis  hos-
Bowser"sliowed"thaT"the""provinciai  Pitals in the rural districts was made   membership,' the   North   Vancouver
by   Dr.   Livingston    Farrand,    execu-  better  known to fame as  the  Maple
-   ' ���'-     Limited ��� or    the    original
THREE YEARS FOR MAN
WHO STOLE FROM SWEDE
I'm nlnill.   "To be sure it is only   the wouid have t0 be made out ere thev
tearing down of a few bricks off the moved. The speaker said unfortunatelv
wall, but it is beginning and as sueii the time had come and much as it was
should have our support.    It is a move
tive secretary of the National association for tbe study and prevention
of tuberculosis. Statistics show that
the death rate from tuberculosis is de-
creasing three times as rapidly in the
cities as it is in the country.
Good Samaritan Who Helped William
Gracey Found Latter a Thankless
Rogue���Judge Scores Witness.
William    Gracey    was
up    before
in tlie right direction. If you notice
, the people who are opposing tlie meas-
] ure you will see that they are manu-
j facturers, capitalists and so on. They
j are up In arms They are afraid of
I the results of the measure, but they
are afraid for themselves, not for tin?'
I country at large.
A. B. Christie seconded the resolution, making a short speech in favor
of reciprocity. He said the agreement
was framed in tbe interests of the
consumers, and as the working class
Judge F,  W.  Howay yesterday on    a  formed 7"> per cent, of tlie consuming
charge of robbery  with violence from   class,  the  reciprocal  agreement   must
the person of Kmile Jonson. a Swede,
at Mission last January.    Thc case occupied  no  less'   than     three   "hours. I
Prisoner   pleaded   not   guilty.
Jonson, on the stand, swore that he
had worked with prisoner last December at Judah. but Gracey had left that
employment on the last day of the old
year, at that time drawing out a
cheque for $l'4..'K).
On January    6,   prisoner   met    the
necessarily he in the interests of the
workers.
Rumor of an Election.
Delegate Knutsen failed to see how
the coming of reciprocity would affect
him as a working man. He thought
it was merely put up as a political
Issue. Humor, he said, had it that a
federal election would take place in
November, when reciprocity would be
to be regretted something had   to be'
done to safeguard the fair name    of
womanhood.    They had to  look    the
stern truths full in the face and be up!
and doing.   Delays would be not only
dangerous  but fatal.    The  case  was!
quoted cf a Vancouver magistrate hav- j
flSg   to  Sfcnd   a  young   girl  of   lifteen:
years to three months' imprisonment1
for theft. Had there been such a home
as the speaker    contended    was    required,  the   court   confessed   to    the
Women's  Council  that   he  would  assuredly have sent the young prisoner
there, but as there was none, he bad
no alternative but to put that girl in
a place which reasoning women would'
i-.md'.er to think about.    What WOuld
that girl's life he   worth    when    she
came out from mixing with the dregs
and scum of society ?
"We women.'' said the speaker,
"have to confess that at our own
doors lie the original blame. We do
not bring our girls up in the manner
which is our   duty.    Were   we   more
REVOLUTION IN MEXICO
A COMIC OPERA AFFAIR
F. E. Mellinger Comes North With In
teresting   News   cf   Uprising   in
His   Home   District.
laws, referring  particularly  to  inter-1 Swede in Vancouver aud spoke on he-
dieted persons, but no action has yet,inS  "strapped"  and  asked  for assist-
the main plank. To show that free strict with ,hem did we (e��� them
trade and protection were both bad more of the temptations of the outside
for tlie working man. Mr. Knutsen said  worId we wou,d not now be adv0cat-
"The Mexican revolution is one of
tlie greatest comic opera productions
now heing staged." This statement
was made yesterday afternoon by F.
E. Mellinger, who has just come north
from Mexico. "The fact ot tbe matter is," continued Mr. Mellinger, "that
no pi oper reports of the affair have
been sent out. Down there in Chihuahua there are a half dozen generals
none of whom will give full allegiance
to anyone in command. They have
gathered about tbem a number of ties
bandits,   freebooters '
LeafsJ _._^	
Maples, occupied the hest part of two
hours, and at times it looked that tlie
third man would be called into    Uie
ring to make an even break.
I     President Lionel Yorke, Vancouver.
t was in the chair and   those   present
j were:   Messrs. Jones, Ellis, Barr and
1 Cowan,    Vancouver    Lacrosse    club;
.Gray and Nelson, Westminster; Whiteside,  Martin. Lee and Lacred, Maple
Leafs  1 Mount Pleasantl;  Thomas and
St. Dennis. North Vancouver.
To save any trouble during the sitting the chairman reminded the meeting that the original Maples, althotigli
delegates as representing a club which
was on the honorary membership,
could not vote.
Money in Hand, $3.65.
Secretary Fred Lynch, Westminster,
read tlie minutes of the previous two
meetings held  last   May  and  August
and these were adopted.    The financial report showed that there was at
the present  time in tlie association's
coffers  the  princely  sum of  $" ti'S. as
against  $.14.2". at the same time last
year.    In    1910    the    receipts    were
.1104.75 and the expenditure $1101.11*-
Another Cup for Us.
Included  in  the  heavy  correspondence was a letter from P. T. Hartney-
of Vancouver, asking the association's:
acceptance of a costly silver trophy ttr
be awarded to the cluh scoring:    the
md
 piety to help the ha	
ers in their dllerana, but doubted the
power ..! the city to make the alterations suggested It seemed to be a
matter for the provincial government.
Incidental to the discussion it was
state I thai there tire at present no in-       - -.- . .    .
terdicted  persons    in  Vancouver,    it order to buy drink, and prisoner had
haling heen found impossible to iden-
11 io . e.   ,|,at   |.;nglan.i  nau iree iraue aim uw  jng���nav,  demanding���tne  starting  01   ��--    _���,���:_ frnm   ..rn.<j the border and   uc 'l"B'ucu  ���" l"c <-'""  ��>-"'�������    *���**
hack to  many protect! m, and in both countries an institution for their betterment. We  2^,  Z   nutting   up   a    fight   Sreatest  number  of goals  during    a
bought  the workers were starving I thInk, and that foolishly, that because, '"f^^*   f^ales   who are few in feason-    The cup is presented to the
cost or, "Pile on the Bricks." I     ���hnd is voung she will forget    the   against   tne  imaies.   ��uu ��* lacrosse association in perpetuity. The
been taken" lance.   Not only did Jonson offer to get 't|lat England had free trade and Ger- ing_nav, demanding���the starting of  l)eKluuCB
Chairman.Lee expressed his witting- hhn WOTk- ,"lt |,ai(I ,,is fare l
ness and arijdety to help the bartend-   Mission and in a saloon there
food and ottered to defray the ^..��v ��. , . .... - -   ., OIUlu JS  ��uu.iB =������<=  *���������. ������o���    ���      ,mv,_r ���     ��� .��
a bed for the night. Witness con- Delegate Appleby was opposed to Wrongs, little though they may be, un- ��� nu.���",, u.n, nrobablv have noticed that object of the doner ivas to give greater
fessed that both he and the prisoner reciprocity. He favored the piling on til a time come8 when the child has Z^^JgSSo has never been able ��nc.0U���Eeme,,'_�� *^J_^^t_��_2
bad  bad  too  much  to drink.    Whilst   of mOI-e bricks. I got beyond our management and then   tottepa$t��MlM��i�����   _(T]M(m    make  the pa8time    work    on    faster
they were drinking witness had taken |     Richard  A.  Stoney  heartily agreed  the g,-eat  damage
out  a  roll   of  money  unite  often  ln  witli the "more bricks" idea. | jn  the home sugges
Several other speakers spoke on the  make it compulsory .���.  ��� ���--- ���      _��rions   raiding    ana    ��n��ic.<:.     ���.   ���/,��� ������rHi.n�� o-ont Mr  H.rrnov on^
subject,  the  introduction of  political be detai���ed past a certain age if she  serf*..  ��"��M them   they  wouId  ed to^cordiallr OHfklfcBMMrtf
questions  into  the  council  being de-  liellaves herself.    Give them freedom   """*-   jn the woods   or among   the
Dlored.   Thomas Turnbull. sneaking a  linder a supervision and with tlie pro-  ^- h    kln(, of  flghting
1 . .    .������    .      ..    ,. .���,,������ ���.,., ���n,aii   locks,     inat The so.caned revo
tify the men under the ban. License
Inspector Bradshaw, in speaking on
this subject, aald the "Slwashlng" of
nifn In this city had heen greatly bene-
Bclal in many cases.
Would Improve Standing
Foen tlie display of wealth. During
the evening, both men left the bar
room and went on to the verandah
and there it was alleged Gracey struck
e    motion    df Aldennarr
Westminster)  the cup was ac-
the secretary was instruct-
*       (ffleaking a  Und"er a supervision and with the pro-  scatter
second  time, answered some of    the  vls0 that any back siiding will entail
down  arguments' advanced against  recipro- B~strict ';����<* of manage|naent.^ Home  {^narIg���bave no^organization and
at the witness and knocked him    B      mciiia
and with the assistance of one or two  city     Then "he^r^olutTon'was put to wo"rk7uc'h"Ts cooking,"knitting, wash
friends of the prisoner, who have not  a vote wWch failpd to cari.y. ling*.!                                                 "
Board of Trade Room. I couraged and the countless necessary
to tell him that the trustees be named.
Messrs. J. A. Fullerton and James:
Findlay, were acceptable to the conference.
The Limited. Explain.
^  The  Made  Leafs,  Lfmftel,    wrote
untless necessary j n��'-'�� �����*-*> *-��� ----- flt .     ,  ,  it   that they had taken over the franchise
resent   generation   cor[e8l��^2ents have Seen flt t0 dUb "of the now defunct Maple Leafs and'
*Not General. ' t'le>' enclosed the fee of $75, with $5
section   of  f��r registration.   A second letter fron*
the -��<"io
ing
^^__^^^^_ ia k��� ������    no proper equipment.   It is Just a hap-
ing clothes, bnking. ete., wouia_be en-, ^z!Jr/sort of row and the newspaper
e to their girls  a revolution
the once fallen
not only be a
to ber sex
���Down in the southern section   oi  ��� s7me officials, but under the head-
in   Mexico, where I live. ��_hejtf noting fcg rf ^ North Vancouver Lacrosse
iHVMCU.    aaaaa.*a,    *      ,,.,���.,    *ll��rf>       Wg    Ol     IUB    H.U11U      aaaa**.*,*.**,.     ~	
of it.   The people are too bu.r tnere. reminded   the  meeting-if that.
it*, such institu-  It has been found out that���sections; M necessary-that seeing that   the
ration   o   some  Tobasco county are   eminently  sued p^^    ^   -ad    intended
'nlToro e 1 be   for rubber cultivation, and the natives ,      hat ,h
had proved be
wonld recommend the granting of the  ��"��Fj��;���nCT���eB wert> M ,��� the,
year.
all hard at work at^ good^ wages^ Limlted ,ot, would change their
u.
litiou.
jvaaxa ****** ���    ��� ,.-,kll( .i,__   are all nam ui  ��������� -- " ...   . f^,���,  the Limiteu  lot. wouiu  *.u******.*=  ���
vond a shadow of a doubt that they   ����� bber trees.   President Diaz  ��� "���uth      N'orth   Vancouver
sassgway-S SrSs��r.sMMa =!^x���
period deviated    from    the    straight
Kliun    *j*    *.,^.    .
heard of it because 1 take the papers
from hack In civilization."
the licenses being
commissioners,
improvements Needed.
The   unsatisfactory   condition
Mrs.
"No,
. ""!'!;,'IS 2iOUS '"'..""i.?":; STffi.��*%***J��r_ <**����:����-ii-���!�����!"��ssi
��mc of ihe city hotels was once again   path>  fo.  the P"80""-   ' e'{ . ���       . ,  .   ,    ��� tho Lake Erie nnd Port Bur           -���'- 	
"-" - ���- ��� - -" """m'" ��*��'.���������� as ��-i.����sf^j%��rjt a*jMft,,sJBrJW:s a i^s-j.-esvMS ****** -*-*
nemned
up for discussion -and    con-
It   was  decided   that   some
who had known him
......Jusiv. comes to his nld and   seven o'clock-    The  train
the Good 'Samaritan buying blm   she f
food and giving him other assistance,
^^^^^ work and    re
tind backsliders, lf the boys
youths of Canada and this great
i wealthy province of British Columbia
can have these schools for the preservation of all that is best in mankind,
why cannot the girls ?
Those in charge of the Point Grey
school for boys tell me that the move-  tne m.vn.����   -
' 1 ment is a grand one and the superin-  factory   workmen.      The single  men
tendent's wife. Mrs. McDonald, Is con- may be inclined to drift, but the mar
-   ������        -..t      ���,_j    mar,    c^eUl    OlllV    11I1X
they can bave a com
That Mustard Sandwich.
Sandwiched between these was u.
communique from the old original
firm asking that the association admit
them to full membership and pressing upon the delegates for tbeir deep
consideration the fact that they were
Do vou ever hane any trouble with  ^--^-g time alrea(ly  honorary mem-
t,,e "^ufeVarTa'very peaceable lot.' bers of the ruling body.
On our plantation we have found that      After    considerable    talk    it    was
the married men are the most satis- agreed to hear the representatives of
m,.���  ot���. i0  men the North Vancouver club.
"Without Prejudice."
George St. Dennis arose amidst   est
vines
*��.on should be^renif'Wo'vem-eTt 2g��.FJ*2ffiSSS��ZSX him ���hS"that "^mlght do a lit- *��%��%7^m in.titution were ^-^^o7La^mlta we provide
."nol shown In a reasonable time. | acts the Good Sama. IIj^WJ^^.M   ^^  ^^   ^   went   d     ���  ^ed rlght-���'"
We of the North Vancouver club
 ���*
A resolution to this effect has been,
*������� on numerous occasions during. Rather than  going to nr���onor
'".'-' tew years, but the same com- Wing   >>psp '<   f^f* ���*.    ��
nlalnts attainBi ..,�� cnm��� h���toiH eron ro.s and bent. hi. frienflana De���m��.
and common thief, nnd all roi
Men  like tills  nna nun uoi *,**^.* *������  iwiuw  *���.    ��������� - ,,...���,,  nlants
tv and prison-  regain her feet. .'and for that matter of it the pooei   pianxa
She   crawled   to   a   wood J)Ue Jin c,ftBSeS   are   copying   those   in    th
ne>   *���***- i     v .._,__.  ,.��_ ..,..���. ... utun
!iwiinst  the same hotels crop
"" at almost everv meeting and    no  a rogue ami common une
"atlc actum has yet been taken, al-, a l-altry   ew^do lars.    M
tho<>8h occasionally threatened. were a tauUance to sot let j
 J  er would have lo be   co
y. r*aD    The favor on the project. We want to> star,
change. ^The �� ^^ prejudlce    We ttlolIght. t1u.
"''the   rubber Mount Pleasant club had dropped out.
* the   runner ^ they  have dw4dfed ��,
lnce' A.ft   ont take up their franchise we  want to
Then. too. our work   to JffWJK. the K���me {,.reisvvc,
60ll!?"?�� wm". new five of making money from gate re
one
this !
"'i    ___.���o lllt. ���..,       ,���.���, -^^^^^^^^^^^
J10 wimted'no counsel,", s'iie'wfts "go- remember tiiat  no person can Insult
ln'' ,'" flRhl   this  thing alone."            I Hie Court  by  appearing ns you    MO
h''1"1 Deitz Is charged with having this morning.   It Is a disgraceful thin���
M,r,1 Oscar Harp, a sneclal   deputy that a man like you should come here
If"lie"has to work for a Uvtag- --    .
Rn cannot stand It. though the pm.�� ^ih Vancouver a Myth.
s,l(lifl'- on October _8 ""last","when   ii tiie worse for drink.   Go away.
^^���" judga W. Norman Bole, K. C, acted  ment until aftei  the
Mlcl
Uuiii.
",(l  Imi tie occurred  nt the  Deltz
- at Cameron dam.
Kesoiuuun  uB.tBi*-. act use" ii.mi. v.v.... w ,  .
sllssi =s=m _t__3_m'____B_
(Continued on Page Four.) I
as counsel for the crown.
slderatlon
ment untl ^^^^^
in the United States.
general election, chopping,   shovelling   snow,
carpets, etc.
beat in. ,
(Continued on Page Five.)
1 PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,
MARCH 9, 1911
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Wants
WANTKD���A FURNISHED ROOM
near post office; state terms. Apply
I). V. S., News office.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
WANTKD ��� THOROUGHLY GOOD I
housekeeper. Apply in person im-1
mediately to F, T. Cliff, Kast Buina '
by.
WANTKD TO EXCHANGE���A LOT
in Burnaby for horse and rig In good
condition. Apply R. B. Petrie, gen
eral delivery, North Vancouver.
(A) TEN roomed house with two lots.j
close to Sixth street, below Fifth;
avenue.   Only $4200.
(B) SURREY���For sale, 132 acres, 50
acres cleared, on Coast Meridian
road, one-quarter mile from Surrey
Centre. Price $1110 per acre; one-!
quarter cash, balance one, two and I
three years. This is a real good
buy.
(C) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth   avenue,   near
Sixth    street.    $11500.    $1100    cash,
balance over two years.
APOSTLE Of PEACE
IS VISITING CANADA
COUNT   APPONYI,   A   HUNGARIAN
'   NOBLEMAN,      FAVORS      ABOLITION       OF      WAR���ORGANIZED
KILLING NOT INEVITABLE.
WANTKD ��� ACCOUNTANT SEEKS
additional work evenings. Hooks
posted and balanced monthly, statements rendered, etc. Moderate
terms. First class references. Apply X. Y. Z., Daily News office.
WANTED���PROPERTY LISTED BY
owners, have customers waiting.
Send full particulars. MacCallum
Bros., Smith block, New Westminster.
WANTED���LISTINGS OF HOUSES
to rent or for sale. Wo have customers waiting. MacCallum Bros.,
Smith block, N'ew Westminster.
(D) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two bouses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street and 105 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,
balance over five years at 7 per
cent.
(E) FIFTEEN acres at city limits,
Lulu Island; all cleared and cultivated.   At $S50 per acre.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New Westminster
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
with housework and care for children. One who can sleep at homo
preferred. Apply 512 Seventh street,
or telephone 370.
WANTED���AN APPRENTICE, AP
ply at the Ladies' Huirdressing pallors.
Toronto, March 8.���Count. Albeit
Apponyi, a statesman who since 1872
has been an active and leading figure
in the affairs of Hungary's parliament,
and who in the broader field of international relationships has won a fame
that is more than European, advocated before a large audience in Convocation Hall of the University of Toronto
Saturday afternoon as the best solution of the peace problem of the nations the establishment of an international legislature.
Count Apponyi spoke excellent English, with a measured distinct  utter-1
anee that added to tbe impression his
words gave of one who was explain-
ture, nine-tenths of the dogs, cats, parrots, rabbits and Canary birds of the
state will be exterminated. Professor
Lawrence believes that pet animals
spread tuberculosis, smallpox, diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever and
mumps.
His opinion is that the epidemic
of measles and mumps, which is now
epidemic over the section contiguous
to Alliens, is due largely to contagion
and infection, heing carried by an,mals
from house lo bouse. Professor Lawrence is willing to except a few well
eared lor pets, but suggests that a
tax of $100 he placed upon every owner of a dog and that all stray cats
and other pet, animals should be exter
ruinated.
NA-DRU-
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
lng the results of a dispassionate yet. Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
ents who wish to purchase five or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 080.
WANTED ��� FURNISHKD HOUSE-
keeptng rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved. with buildings, ln the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings stieet east.
FOR   SALE.
KOU SALE���CHEAP LOT    ON    AL-
berta street. Price $500, $75 cash,
balance $iu per month. P. Peebles,
620 Columbia street.
searching inquiry into the best way of
avoiding war in tlie future. He combined the long vision of the dreamer
with the sober realization of tlie practical man of affairs who had lived his |
life among wars and rumors of war,
that there were many difficulties in
the way of the ultimate realization of
the ideal of international peace.
Tendencies Towards Peace.
Yet be found events, tendencies,
currents in modern life offering great
promise for the future. Throughout
the whole civilized world, ln the utterances of emperors, kings, presl-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ dents, prime ministers, in a review of
I anv year the preservation of peace is
FURNISHED house on Eighth Street, a\ways spoken of as something to lie
between Third and Fourth avenue-i.| proud of.    He thought, however, that
$1600;  $100 cash. j instead of the precarious way of main
taining peace under the constant meii-
PHONE  370.
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
THREE  excellently  located west end]
lots; two inside and coiner. $650 and I
$700;   one-half  cash,  balance   6,  12
and 18 months.
ON EIGHTEENTH street, corner and
two inside lots, $1800; one-third
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
ONE acre on Eighth avenue
Sixteenth and Eighteenth
$2500;  good terms.
between |
streets.
50x200 feet between Eighteenth and
Twentieth streets. (650; $250 casa,
balance 6 and 12 months.
THREE    cleared    lots    on     Hamilton
street, near Moody Bquare. $!>50   to!
$1000 each.
������ - j
66x84 feet close to cut-off, west end,;
cleared  and  in  grass.    $750;   good ���
terms.
OCEANVIEW, five acre lots in Surrey,
overlooking all Delta and Gulf. $1251
an acre up.
law and
individual   good-
Near
FOR SALK���SIX RINGED RANGE,
all complete . good oven, plate
warmer and  shelves.    Price $15.00.  REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
::;0 Eleventh stieet.
FOR SALE���15o ACRES   OF   uou.j
kind, with one mile water frontage
on main channel Fraser river; one-
bait miles from C. N. K., one-third
mile from C. P. R., one and one-half
miles from B. C. E. R.    Price $15u
per  acre.    $4500  cash, balance  five
or six years at 7 per cent.    Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.    Phone F 570.
FOR SALE���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot 66x132, good bearing
fruit trees, shrubs, etc. For particulars apply to Owner, 724 Princess
street, City.
ace of war, as is done by governments
of civilized nations today, it would he
much better to secure it through institutions, as peace was secured hetween individuals within the nation.
He pointed out how every social and
human progress within the nation had
heen gained by substituting
institutions  for  thj 	
win of men.
Need  More Than  International  Court
Speaking   of    the    great    progress
made by the Hague conference   in its
lirst meeting held in 1899 in creating
a great international court of arbitration,  be  said that   though  this   had
brought   most   remarkable   results   it
was   thought,   unsatisfactory   by   tlie
fiiends of more radical progress, even
when  at  the  last   congress  the   suggestion of tlie United States for making the court a permanent one was received  sympathetically, the only difficulty  being in the representation of
the various nations upon it.   Tlie difficulty was tbat  International law dldi
not cover all the  ground   of all Jos-1
slble   disputes   arising   between   na-
i rwAHKir-  .    . ...      . tions, but had evolved in a rather ban-
|OWING to failing  health   I   shall  dis-  hazard way from precedents, customs,
!"'���-'���  "i   my property on the follow-. International  conventions ^^
COAL
New
Wellington
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relieve at once the disagreeable sensations that
come from over-eating.   The lover of good things may fee!
quite safe if he has a box at hand.     50c. a box at all dr
National Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited
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SSPtfSS FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   8UPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%
to 25
and 4
H.   P.
Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
^^^^^^^^^^ J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORK8���Comer  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
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Clearance Sale
 of 	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
HOUSE and two 50 foot lots
perton.    $700;  $260   cash,
Richmond.
in Sap-
balance1
706 Columbia  Street.
FOR SALE
i:
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks,  Etc..  Etc.
or treaties \
.ff*OR SALE���LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain
for quick disposal. Apply Koom 11,
Burr Mock.
lYOR BALE���LOT ON EDMONDS
road, $400'; $50 cash, balance $15
monthly.    Box 922, City.
m
FOK SALE���AT BURNABY, ONE
acre crop of rhubarb. For terms
and information apply by letter to
P. O. Box A., Agassiz, B.C.
"FOR SALE���A FIVE PASSENGER
30-35 h.p. touring car in flrst class
running order, cheap. Will exchange
for real estate. Apply Schaake
Machine Workb, Limited, New Westminster, B, C.
rOW SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine; length of boat
40 feet; width of beam 9 feet 10
inches; good house. Boat thoroughly
���equipped with life belts; license for
25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 4-cylinder Cowle enl-
pine, make and break. This is a
(first-class engine and lias only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
ence. Price $600. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster B. C.
^FOR  SALE���DRIVING  COB,  BUGGY
and harness, can be   seen   at   Bell-
. Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 221 Seventh street.
TO RENT���HOUSEKEEPING ROOM,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
'224 Seventh street.
ing easy terms, except where otherwise specified: One-fifth cash, balance ti, 12, 18 and 21 months; 7 per
cent.
CARIBOO  AND  FOURTEENTH   STS.
���Rooming house with two annex,
lots 60x132 and Oilxilii; present income $50 per montli; estimated rental of seven best rooms, reserved for
family use, $35; improvements in
progress will probably bring revenue
up to $140 per month. Location, one
of the best city for working men's
rooming house. Price $7000; one-
third cash. Remainder of 4-5 acre
on Fourteenth stieet, flve nice sized
building lots, $0500. Adjacent lots
sold recently for $2100 each. '
SEVENTH AVENUE AND HENDRY(
streets���Four lots, two almost clear-!
ed, 06x148%; $2800.
designed to meet special emergencies.
Some  valuable principles are deduced
in this way, but not enough to cover
all the ground between nations as the
civil code covers the ground of relations between individuals.     The law
i court had  to he supplemented   by   a
| legislative body, which would not he
; such a departure as it might seem.
Germs   of    international    Parliament.
I     Count Apponyi  saw  germs of such
a  body  in  the fact  that at the  last
Hague  conference  it   was  decided   tj
meet,   at   regular    intervals    whether
called   by   special    necessity   or    not,
thus establishing thc principle of peri-1
odicity.       There   only   remained   the
I question of deciding the number of re-
i presentatives  from  each   nation,  and
! how to have those elected or appoint- J
; ed in such a way that in the last analy-
I sis their election would really be made
CANA0IAN
IFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Pbone 1M.     Barn 'Pfcona 1S7
Columbia Street.
������efface   delivered   promptly   **��
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling j
OFFICI-TRAM DIPOT.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND BOWLER
street ��� Six roomed house, lot
50x105, in orchard, $1400.
LOT 172, BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���"The
best yet," see Province February 25,
page 18, first column. Shaughnessy
Heights not in it. Block 7, eight lots
on Twentieth street, in orchard,
$5000. All block 8, 22 lots, four
streets, 80 yards from cut-ofT, $12,-
000.
LULU ISLAND���Ten acres, Sec. 34,
about a mile from city limits, 423
feet deep water frontage, $20,000.
Five acres on west half of block 20,
city, Improved, $10,000, Three acres
near Garden City station o n Steveston line, $1500.
SURREY���Port Mann, 10 acres, .improved, Sec. 35, corner Qulble and
Townline roads, $6000. Port Kells,
17 acres, lo acres almost cleared,
excellent soil, chocolate loam, six
roomed bouse, stable,1 outbuildings,
well and fencing, all good. Young
orchard with small fruit on three
acres, highly cultivated, on Latimer
road, with two side roads; one-
quarter mile from Townline. Five
minutes walk to either wharf, C. N.
R. or G. N. station; an ideal home;
similar Improvements on heavily
timbered land would cost the price
now asked for all, $5250.
ABBOTSFORD���Eighty    acres,    west
half of southwest quarter of 16 of 16,
good soil, five" acres cleared, an
orchard, estimated value of timber
$2000; one-half mile from mills on
Abbotsford lake, $0400. Also 40
acres near Abbotsford, northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of 16
of 16, good soil, $3000.
SAPPERTON���One lot on Cumberland
street, $400.   One-fourth interest In
by the people.
Inter-Parliamentary   Union.
The speaker found another germ of
an international legislature ln the Inter-parliamentary union, with groups
in every country In the world, and of
which he ls the head in Hungary. He
announced that he hoped Canada's invitation that the next convention of
this body should be held here would
be accepted, and that be hoped to re-
I turn again. It was this body which
1 had prepared the scheme for the International court which was accepted at
The Hague In 181)0. It has about three
thousand members, and represents
thirty or forty parliaments.
To Lessen, If Not Stop War.
The Count ridiculed the assertion si
often made that war was Inevitable,
and that such institutions would never
do away with it, by pointing to the
fact that there is still ignorance r.
spile of schools and education, still
disease and death In spite ol doctors,
hospitals and medical science, still
murder in spite or law and the judiciary, and still vice and crime In spite
of churches and religion. "Tlie only
question," said he, "Is whether ignorance sliall be the lot of the many or
the few, whether disease sliall be widespread or conflnded to Isolated cases,
and whether peace shall be the ruling
atmd. ph ere, the normal state among
nations, and war very rare, or that
peace shall depend, as now in Europe,
on the mutual distrust and suspicion
of nations."
Ills honor the lieutenant governor
moved and Sir Charles Moss seconded
a very hearty motion of thanks.
Count Apponyi  Is  accompanied   to
America   by   bis   wife,   the   Countess
i Clotilde.     He   is  sixty-live  years   of
age,  very tall,  with   the   bold, eagle
type of feature one would expect in
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Daily
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda.
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Two trips per month, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a.m Every Monday morning
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
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
CORREC'i
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates
of
Given  on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thornton  Blk.
Phone  388
24 acres on east, side Brunette river one  always  actively  engaged
and south of Pitt river road, $12500, grcssivc political movements,
one-third cash.
in  pro-
I
GOOD titles, mostly Indefeasible; no
incumbrances. For further particulars apply to Owner. j
D. D. BOURKE       I
1316 CARIBOO STREET.
URGES   A   WAR ON PETS.
A Georgia   Professor   Declares   Dogs
and Other Animals Spread Disease.
Savannah, Ga., March 8.���If the suggestion of Professor R. B. Lawrence,
of Athens, ls followed by tho legicla
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tbe Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
mP*_-$,
RUBERS
'SST'S- R00FIHC ; ,
____. I^��&����!*  	
YOUMAYDRIVE---* BUT YOU CAN7���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in \*%
1, 2 and 3 ply.
80LD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., U^
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
11 THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
11
PAGE THRBE.
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Vancouver's Industries Become Visible
ON NORTH SHORE WITH SECURING OF DOCKYARD
Industrial Supremacy of City Assured by Promotion of Great Manufacturing Centre at
Roche Point���Vancouver Vim Obtains Benefit Accruing From
Vancouver's Natural Advantages
VANCOUVER ENERGY WINS
BIG DOMINION SUBSIDY
IMPERIAL CAR COMPANY
MAKES A BIG PROFIT
Prince   Rupert,   St.  John.   Victoria,   Montreal
Quebec Still Asking for What Vancouver
Has  Secured
and
As 'be spinal column is the mainspring of the human body, so is
[factoring Industry the mainspring of Municipal existence.   Dress
a man in the finest clothes, put money into his pockets, give him tho
golden key that will open the doors into the most select circles���it is
Be without that mainspring He is a case without works; a bauble
to be 'ast aside and eventually to  sink  into  oblivion.      Tbe    same
argument applies even in a greater degree to municipal life.   Certain
nations of circumstances result in a number of people congre-
.     Df   .i- a given jioint;  they huild  their  homes  and  places of  busi-
and   follow   their   usual     avoaUons.     The     natural     conse-
��� is that a village Springs into existence. If the people arc endowed with su Helen t "backbone" the village will
ti.e    place    to    a    town,    and    in tbe    process    of    time tlie town
��� - a iit\. Should the nat iral advantages he great (as they are
in Vancouver), the city will continue to grow for a time In spite of a
la.k ol energy and push on the part of its citizen.; but a time always
when the natural advantages heroine exhausted and, in conse-
- li :   e, 'he city stands still  for a  while,  and  then  slowly  but   surely
��� the Other way. All through the l'nited States and Canada
towns   tillages and cities are on  this  retrograde  movement, and in
���nine  cases  out   of   every  hundred, instead of the excuse   of
. times," it is the simple facl   that  the citizens  lack thc   hacu-
i ssary t.< improve on and  assist   the  natural   advantages  of
Sometimes  a  foolish father gives his son so much money
boy grows into manho >d without the slightest knowledge ol
: ht his wa\ in the w idd.   Without a moment's warning the
. "  (the natural advantages) tails, the boo is thrown ou  his
iroes .winch are nil),and in consequence begins t��. revolve
way, and often drop.; out of sight.    Sonic  cities have so
i . :..; advantages that the citizens get  to feel that all they
k   ��� .> in life is to enjoy th 'tn.    After a while the "old man" fails
llitm _:..i tliey, like the "son.   soon   get   thc    backward    gait,   while
���    towns who have no "old man''   to  assist.   rei\   on   their   own
t        energy and backbone, each citizen putting his shoulder to the
wheel, go past the more favored but "supine" cities and beat them to i
. Frazzle"  is  a  good word.)
was a time when Vancouver was in great danger of being
like t:.. son with tlie "old man behind;" but that time has. I trust,
;��� forever, and from this time forward she intends to make
the besl ot everything that Nature has blessed her with, and in the
future she will he known not only as a great seaport, hut as one of the
great industrial centers of North America.
The Imperial Car Company requires assistance to carry out a
great work lor this city, a work that will not only stamp Vancouver
��� a- industrial center, bul at the same time will enrich every
man or woman who will put goo I money Into tt. Already lhe company
has shown itself capable of gro it things. Commencing with nothing.
it has boughl and more than half paid for one of the most beautiful
townsites in the world today; a townsite with as many natural advantages as can be found anywhere In North America.
This company last vear went to the Dominion Government and
proved iis claim* to such an ex'ent that it was given nearly $1,100.
000 io assist it in its work, whlL> Prince Rupert* Victoria, St. .lohn.
Montreal and Quebec who asked at the same time, "are asking yet.
and son..- ,,[ them will ask forever. Why was Vancouver more ffcv-
orea by a Liberal Government while still represented by one out of
'lie fold   ia  Conservative)?
li was Bimpiy a���d purely thai our company went after that subsidy
lUBl like it goes after everything else It requires, namely, went alter
ll With a determination to "get it" and stay with It until It does. Is
'Ids not the sort of company to tie up to?
There ure other things the company wants that are just as goo 1
ISthesubsldy, Will vou come and help, and receive your share of the
prdflts? Don't put this paper lown till you have read all this page,
mul then come ln and see us. We are going to win, anyway. Kvery-
'""' will tell yon that now. but we need you to help us, and In doing
BO help > ourselves and families.
WHVT WE REFUSED
Whal   Is  Vancouver's  gain  is  another city's Ins*.    Less than   Six
ontha ago one of the largest cities In the Western StateH held u Ml -
"; ol meetings of its chamber o' commerce, and after going fully into
' detail or our proposition, Including our sleeping cur patents anil
theli possibilities, made a representative of our company the Offer 01
'���  seres of land as a site for our car  works  and  tbe city   to   take
*-���'"'��� of our stock on condition the Imperial    Car    Company locate
"�� works in their citv. The truth of this statement we can prove be-
���"""1 a doubt to any Interested party. We simply withhold the
name of the city from a feeling of courtesy, while, on the other hand.
'' l�� only justice to our company that the people of Vancouver Should
kn��w this, and to a certain extent give our company thc appreciation
which is its due. ||lfflTy>��l'' "i *'���'���' ""'
���Im-
Shares  Will   Shortly   Be   Marked Up to  Par-
portant   Negotiation   on   Eve   of
Successful Conclusion
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
A short time ago the Imperial Car Company informed the readers
of the daily papers that the purchase price  of its shares   would   be
raised from $50 to $100, which is the par value of its stock,   it was also stated at that  time that the reason for this important step would
be given shortly.   Young companies, like young cities, or young business men, encounter many hard problems in the earlier   stages   of
their existence, and the Imperial Car Company has been no exception
to the rule;  but by constantly keeping   a   sharp  lookout   ahead,  we
have avoided every rock, and are now comparatively in smooth water.
We  can  prove beyond  a  doubt that   we  have  made  a  profit   during
the  past year of $2,000,000, and  we do not  believe that any  other
company in Canada, outside ofthe C. P. R. or tne C. N. R.. can truthfully say as much.    We have just been reading the twenty.first annual report of one of Canada's best fire insurance companies, in whicn
the president congratulates the shareholders for being worth $760,000,
Think of it���after twenty-one years of hard work.   Tbe Imperial Car
company  has enriched  its  shareholders in ONK YEAR to the extent
of nearly $2,000,000.    ls that no' a sufficient reason to raise the price
of its shares?   We think it is, aid at the same time, something to he
proud of.    This is one of the re.isons.   however:     The  company    has
succeeded   in   financing   all   its capital for the building   of the   DRY
DOCK    Thl. ha. caused the co many  a  great deal   of   hard-headed
thinking in the past few montn-, and is certainly a great burden lifted from its shoulders.    These aid  a  number  of   ether   things   have
been the cause of the company s determination  for  the   change   in
j.rice.    Therefore, after the  20fJ day of Marcli, 1911, no one will be
;.' ;.- to buy one share of tho trsasury stock of this company for less
than  $100, being the par valua of tfie'sbares.
A LITTLE TALK ON   IMPERIAL MINES
Some people would rather buy into a speculation than a sure
thing. This sounds funny, but it is true as it is funny. For instance,
we find people who would rat u r buy Oil Shares on the off chance
of after boring several thousan 1 feet into the earth they MAY
STRIKE OIL. at the same time tliey know it is a slim chance, and
that not more than one out of every 500 ever really do strike oil. The
same thing applies to mines. There seems to he a certain spirit of
speculation dormant or otherwise in all natures. I confess to have it
myself largel) developed, and have to constantly keep a check upon
my nature in tills respect, so 1 .lo not for a moment condemn anyone
given to this sort of thing; rather I sympathize with them.
Hy this explanation the reader  will   understand   how  intensely  interested I am in "Imperial Mines "    The company lias a gang of men
constantly   at   work   drifting   a tunnel   into  the  mountain,  and  every
time one of the men came into town I examined the samples as if
thev  were nuggets of pure gold. We are now some  Ta  or 80 feet in,
and there is absolutely no rock, just a pure body of iron ore in high
gtade. full of streaks of yellow copper,  and  every  day  marks  an  im-
pro\ ement.    One thing is proven beyond doubt:    The Imperial Mines
are one vast body of iron and copper ore,  millions and millions   of
tons  in  extent.     Many  of   our shareholders   who   profess   to    understand these things claim that our mines  will  be the most   profitable
part of our husiness.    Situated only eight  miles  from  the center of
the city of Vancouver, the tunnel of the mine is literally at our Very
door.    However rich  the mine may be, the fact remains that shares
In  the  Imperial  Cur Company will reap a dividend from every asset
owned bv the company.
HOW TO FINANCE A BIG
PROPOSITION
"Wheu are you going to begin work?" is nsked me every day.
"We are nearly half done now." we answer. We are well Into the
financial part of the work, and when this Is completed we consider
the whole thing half and more Hum half accomplished. Theie are a
number of methods of raising u vmey with which to finance an undertaking, namelv, selling shares in tbe proposition to the public, selling
guaranteed bonds to investors, and borrowing money hy mortgage on
the property at certain rates of Interest.
For Instance, every time wo sell a share we are taking In a partner In the profits. He may boa cantankerous person who will mak i
trouble In the company, nnd in addition the company must pay a
huge   commission   to   the   agen' who pells the shares.
The sale of bonds is much better from a company's standpoint, as
the bondholder bus nothing tosny in the huslucsR. nnd receives no
profit except th/> Interest on hh Lends. Borrowing by mortgage Is the
hest plan of all, but In order to he In a position to do this the com
pany must have assets at least three times the value of Its loan One
of the strongest loan companies in Canadn has been looking Into our
proposition Thev have sent lent tlieir representatives here, who
Stayed n week looking over everything, and the report Is so favora
hie that the companv have practically promised to advance us all the
money we require to carrv out our extensive plans. Should we he sii"-
cessful in closing this deal, the company will immediately raise the
price of the stock to $250 per 8'iare and take the Treasury Stock entirely off the market.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
.
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
BRINGS INDUSTRIES FIRST,
SELLS LOTS AFTERWARDS ���
Ordinary   Real   Estate   Selling   Methods  Reversed
by Corporation Which Is Erecting Manufacturing Centre Across Inlet
The Imperial Car Company claims to be in a position to make
more money from a real estate standpoint for its shareholders thaa
any other real estate concern in Hritish Columbia. Listen: Tbe ordinary real estate office generally does business as follows���They
first look out for a sub-division, and then form a syndicate to purchase it. This done, it is then resubdivided into lots and sold to you
and me for certain advanced prices, we holding our lots until the city-
grows out to them or a railway goes through the place, or something
else happens to increase the values, in which case we unload ami
try it again.
Now. notice  the  difference: The Imperial Car Company buy  up a
whole townsite in a locality commanding  nearly  two miles cf  deep,
sea waterfrontage.    It buys this at a time when no one felt it was ol
much value, consequently the price was practically nothing compare.!
to its present and future value. In place of  waiting  until the  city  or
something else builds out to it, the  company   commences  to  build  a
real industrial town itself.    First, the company gets the Red Kir Lumber Company to undertake to build the most  modern sawmill on the
Pacific  Coast   on  the  property. Next,  it   secures  from   the    Dominion
Government a subsidy to build the  largest   Dry   Do. k   on  the    Pacific
Const  on the property, then lt commences to build a steel car works
on tiie property that will employ tn begin with 260 mid in the future
2500 men.   These and a number of kindred industries will soon line
the shores of the  townsite. anl naturally  have raised the value of
the company's townsite to a remarkable degree.    The company will
have,  before it stops buying, ahout 10.000 lots, and will not offer any
for sale until a value has been reached   that  amply  repays  Cie  company for its farsightedness. Tli? beauty of all this Is that every shareholder will receive the full benefit of every dollar of increase.
Now, my friend, when you take a notion you would rather buy
real estate than "shares," remember, the best real estate you ever
bought is shares in the Imperial Car Company.
In two years time the whole of this townsite will be cleared and
its streets graded, and the hum of busy factories will be heard all
along its shores, while ships from all over the world will be waiting
their turn to enter the vast dry docks and shipyards.
Incidentally we might say that one of the largest companies In
Kngland have tnken an option on 900 feet of our waterfront, and are
hound in five years' time to have shipyards costing a million dollar.,
employing possibly 3000 men. and capable of bulling either Dreadnoughts, or what is still better, the largest merchant vessels afloat.
Do you desire a portion of this great profit for yourself? Wer
thlnk you do, and the only way is to come in and secure your share
before il  is too late.
A  LAST WORD
Investor or Speculator, whatever you may he. tire you not convinced, after reading this page, how worthy is the project we place
before you?
You can purchase until March 20th shares in this, the best and
safest company In Hritish Columbia, a company that is richer by
$2,000,000 than it was A year aco, a company that cannot help hy the
imtiiinl trend of events hut make an etitinl amount next year, n company that has been endorsed hy the Dominion Government to the extent of $1,002,000. and a company that Is located on the borders or
Vancouver, a t ity with a greater future than any city in the Dominion of Canada. It will only hea month till tbe shares will rise tOtf
per cent, and If (and it seems very likely) our loan ls completed, the
stock will go al once to $250. No sane man now doubts the future ol
the Imperial Car Company, Its success is as sure as the success of
the city Itself. If you do not know enough about it, wine to see us.
We shall he glad to show you every detail.
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at tlie
price of 50c per share, for which I enclose 83% per cent, of the full
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance In two eq.ua!
quarier-yearly payments,  with interest at 6 per cent, per annum.
NAME	
ADDRESS   4..	
OCCUPATION 	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry
dock Corporation, Limited.
'   i PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9
i ������
lhe Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their oil lees,
corner    of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
ter what happens in the working out!
of the reciprocity agreement, it is
quite certain that Canada must before
long begin to send out beef in tlie
form long ago adoptefy by her chief
rivals in the business of food supply.
All this discussion across the border
on how to lessen the cost of foodsttiffs
     I indicates the approach    of    the    day
C A. Paige Managing Director   when Canadian produce will be needed
in very large volume to feed the
rapidly growing urban population of
the United States.
*n IT here smcE w��o.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911.
kV>0W,fg4SFRJ.
COO'O.
PRISONER ESCAPES
. Tl "
JOHN HOWARD, SHORT TERM
MAN, ELUDES VIGILANCE OF
POLICE ESCORT AND LEAPS
FROM MOVING TRAIN.
STILL  CALLING   FOR  FREE   FOOD.
Mr.   Hammond's     despatch     from
Washington contained the    important
statement  that  the  "free-foolers"   in
the l'nited States Senate may insist
on adding flour and meats to the list
of articles that will be given entrance,
duty free, into the United States un-
��ler  tiie   reciprocity   agreement,   says i
tbe  Globe.     It   is  not  proposed  that
Canada  shall  be  asked  to  give  freo!
accesR to Hour and meats from    the
irnited States, the change being made
entirely to meet the objections of representatives    of    the   United    Stales
���urban    population,   who   pointed   out
that, while Canadian cattle, sheep, and j
hogs were to come in duty free,    the
United States packers were still pro-1
tected amply by a duty of one and a
��i narter cents per pound on meats, and  '"'"''    """ .''      .	
. I prisoner, said:     "The whole tiling  ...
that, while the millers of the United j one great big BUrprise S me. I took
States were to get duty-free Canadian my prisoner on the morning train
wheat, they could still shelter them- fiom Mission intending to bring him
selves behind a duty of flfty cents per
John Howard, wbo was on Tuesday
sentenced at Mission to serve thirty
days for breaking into a box car, managed to give the slip to. the officer
who was bringing him on the train
yesterday morning tind up to a late
hour this morning he had not been
captured.
In conversation with the Dally News
last night. Provincial Constable Gammon,    who    was    in   charge   of   the
barrel on imported flour.
If our friends south of the border
need our flour, beef, bacon, and mutton as well as our wheat and live
animals,  and  are  prepared   to   admit
to the provincial jail in Westminster
and we were about four miles outside
Sapperton when Howard asked that
he might go to the lavatory. As he
was only sentenced to a short period
I did not think twice about granting
tlie permission. As a precaution, however, I hung around the door and
tbem duty free as a measure of self- j we neared Sapperton I went to the
defence against the miller and the exit on the off-chance that perhaps he
��ei B   , ,     ,,, lo __ ���hiBP.  might try to set away when the train
meat trust, there should be no Objec   ^ ^ ? ^    J ^ BUJ.prlsed to sre
tion on this side of the border. Can- t)ie toi]��,t wjn(jow wide open and my
ada has already a great milling Indus- prisoner gone. He must have made
try competent largely to increase its'the dash when the train was running
exports to the United States under j at top ����& ^ ^ ^^ rf ^
duty-free conditions. Last year out derbrush it wouid be a comparitively
of total exports of 3,064,028 barrels easy matter to hide ln the vicinity until Canadian flour valued at $14,850,00.)  til nightfall, but I will find hlm; don'l
! , 01 akb hurrels valued at $15��,310  fret on that ground."
only 31,458 barrels \aiuea   .t .      .     Howard ,. aRed .,., years   st inds 5
were   able  to   climb  over   Lie   Hieey  ^^ g inches in hei?htj wei. hs about
United States duty of $1-20 per barrel.  1Rft pounds> bas fair light hair and i;
That there will be a material increase   dean   shaven.     At   the  time   of    his
�� ���  thP lnsis of a dutv of fifty  escape he was garbed in old blue over-
even on the basis ot a ai  ��� ���    dark coat   fine   ointed shoes and
cents a barrel-that which is provided  ^ ^ ^
as a common  rate on both sides ot .
tbe border under   tbe   agreement���is
fairly certain, although the millers say KeVOlUtlOll  111  NOtO
tliey are seriously handicapped in ev
l��rt business by the retention of the'
relatively heavy United States duty on
toran  and shorts, which are produced
in this country greatly in excess of the	
demand and have to find a market in   southern country  for  fifteen years.  I
rhe inited States in tbe face of the was forced to go for my health and
tne umeu ov k gQ      u ^ t j wf)u]d noj.
duty.   With free entry for their flour ^ ^ ^^    f ^ ^^ ^ ^^
into the United States, however, and q{ rubber most  interesting, and this
si duty of fifty cents a barrel on flour season I am going to work out a sys-
entering   Canada,   the   millers   would tem of tapping on the La Ermita to
" .       ������  . oeni,itions re-  try and find out how the trees may be
Have no time to pass resolutions re-  ^-^ ( ^ ^ . ^ adv;mtage ���
yarding the  danger of  free  wheat Mr   lMellinper  showed  a  new   ma-
���_y would be too busy operating their r.|,ine which he has perfected and in-
Dlants night and dav so long as wheat  stalled for the purpose of coagulating
", ' ���,.��� ,���0tiahi<�� the rubber latex.    It is a mechanical
.and oal* weie avaUable ..^'application of tbe system used by the
The Canadian miller is in a better nMyM of Bra���n years ago by wbich
position to mate a light on a large tbe rubbei. may be made ready for
scale for ihe United States market shipping in thirty-six hours from the
.than the meat packers. The beef pack- time the latex is first gathered. A
the Dominion has had  larse   revolving  drum   touching   the
+(s,mmtxizt How!
\(Te want evfT^onebkitw
\\- we are paying *
c~4% Merest^
per annum! crei)'it$ mthlr"
on savings feposife^l-
& upward) subject To with."
dra^cal V cheque & -
r^ $% btcresr^
(m time deposits of-*
Sfmoutb & over. -
We mveat money fordiente
in first mortgages & do a
^enetat financial business.
We want\&ur saving accnt
& if fou are not saving *
sfaTematieaHv, -**-*������*-���**
Commence MOW Willi US.
Deposits ty matt "^Tk
-*���*���*��� easily handled ���
W?an send ty Draff,
Post Office + Stress
Order or Re&istereS"^
Letter & withdrawals
can be maffiT* ���-�����'? ���
- * any way pu wish.
Ware Responsible
Referto^f ���* - -*
Duns,Brads\reeb,
or To anyone ta *
Vancouver
Write U5 about 9 toiay
Do it now!!! I!
321 Gamble Street,
^V&i\coviver B.C.^j
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW    STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
RobertsEIectricCo.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
Milner Townsite
Langley Prairie
The above townsite is now placed on the market al gnecl i
prices, for immediate sales.
The situation is ideal, the centre of a big distrlcl, righl i n tha
heart of the old Hudson Hay Company's farm on Langley Pralrla
Milner Btatlon (with siilln_l is the principal Btatlon for the district
on the B. C. Electric Kailway, '<nd is only 46 minutes run to New
Westminster. Church, School, Telephone Exchange, Store, Pog) Office
Butcher's Shop, etc. I.ae,,
Full size Lots and over, prices
$140 up to $640
Cash, 15 percent.    Balance 6, 12, and  18 months
at 7 per cent.
.    SEE     ___.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
EXCLUSIVE  AGENTS,
"hone 832. 650 Columbia St.   New Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
2L'.'l Townsend I't. Maternity
and non-contanlous medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For fin ther particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7fi5.
A Comic Opera Affair
(Continued  from  Pase  One.'
Cookery
Demonstration
CUNNINGHAM   HALL.
Sixth Street  (two doors from  P. O.).
Thursday March 9
AT 3 P.M. BY
Miss Kathleen Ferguson
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton,  British Columbia
IT IS  NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
Telephone 497
Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,   Manager   I
RfiT) Columbia st., west; opposite tram and government
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Rest quality goods at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Goods delivered to any  part of the citv.
II. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEB,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. P. II   BUCKLIN,
See. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers in
Pir, Cedar  ancl   Spruce Lumber
Shingles,  Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
Principal  of
of Cookery.
Yeast Bread,
the  Vancouver School
ing industry of
washed and  prepared  latex, is lined
Ginger Pudding, Nut
Gems.
ADMISSION 25c.
KHARTOUM'S   ADVANCE.
very little experience as yet in the ex- ^"^e^pipVs.   Slowly revolved it
.port trade. In bacon and bams a splen- takes up a Iaver which ls immediately
irlid trade has been built up in Great dried. When a sufficient thickness has
Britain, but the tremendous growth of been secured it is removed and pack-
tbe home market in recent years and ^ for shipment in bales of 100 pounds
apiece.   It costs 20 cents a pound to
the scarcity of suitable hogs for paoi;- cet the rubber to thls stage and the
ing has greatly reduced the export dur-  London price is J1.G8 a pound at the
ing  the  past   few  seasons.    In  1910  latest quotation.
were valued ~
the bacon exports were valued at
98^848,245, while in 1903 tbe exports
were hlghwater mark, tbe total value
beinR 116,906,334. The opening of a
tree market for fine Canadian bacon
might somewhat embarrass Mr. J. W
Ftavelle. He
difficult  to  trade on east and
New  Yorkers    crying
bacon and offering top prices for it.
BUFFALO ROUNDUP MARCH 15.
Park  Commissioner Douglas  Has All
Arrangements   Made.
Kdmonton, March R.���The round up
of the remaining eighty buffalo on the
would probably  find  it.   Flathead   Indian   reserve   in   western
west   M��ntana w'" begin on  March 15, ac-
^^^^^^^^^^^^_ cording to Howard  Douglas, commis-
lines with the motherland and  leave  sloner of Dominion parks, who has re-
for    Canadian  turned  from   Montana where he  has
^^ [neen   making   arrangements   for   the
"The Un"ited States bou'ght only $7678 flna^sWpmcnt ^^ buffalo to Wain-
-worth of our bacon last year, but that ���The rflUndup' wlll be over ))efore
wns in face of a duty of four cents a the snow is gone," said Mr. Douglas.
pound and a man must want a special "The purpose in beginning now is to
brard of bacon very badly before he enable the riders to track the buffalo
, .. .    ..     , with greater ease,
cares to pay that for it in the form      ���PaWo hag now killed twenty buf-
*>f duties. The new rate on bacon���one  {illo in all.   A Rhort time ago some of
and a quarter cents a pound���ls still the buffalo were menacing settlers, so
pmbably   too    high   to   enable   our  Pablo and bis men rode out and des-
.  , ,   .    .  ..     it���i,���j   patched some four of the worst in the
jsickers to take a shot at the United  herd
States market, but duty-free bacon "The sheriff and chief game war-
might very well tempt them. They den were at once sent to arrest them,
are strongly opposed to free trade in ,he Purpose being to finally vindicate
, . ,l., ,, .,. .. ��� . the state's claim to the buffalo made
live hogs, fearing that it will divert ,ftst  year       Noth|.g   hng   been   y<jt
their supplies to United States centre.3  heard of the outcome of the state's ac-
for weeks at a time and prevent them tion.
holding the    British   market,   which      "Th<> opening up of the reserve to
ship- ae,,lement has brought the settler on
the land, and Pablo found himself with
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
���calls for regular weekly bacon
ments, but with   a free   market   for I)ro8pects of having to pay big dam-
bacon in the United States and their si<*es for any loss of life or destruction
own home market preserved for them of property occosioned by his pets. In
, .    ,u      ���.r...iA ko view  of  the  responsibility  of   Pablo
by the Canadian duty they would he fQ.   ^ ^^   hp   con8,der8 he ,8
���able at all times to meet any bulge in oniy .lct|ng ln self-d*<i��c^^i(ojie.tall-
ruited States prices for bogs. ing any such possibilities, and ne will
Our meat exports other than bacon prosecute the hunt and round up with
. .         . ���.    i. ic ���,m the  greatest  vigor.     The   final  shlp-
and hams are not important.   It is still mentj���  Mp         ��,M ^^ ,,__���,   bg
tbe custom to export cattle on the hoof made BOme ���me ln the Bpring after
.instead of as dead meat, but no mat- he round up,"
Egyptian Town Made Great Strides in
Few   Years.
Khartoum, March 8.���Few people
probably have gone through so great a
transformation in so short a period as
Khartoum. Twelve years ago, when
the Anglo-Egyptian forces under Sir
Herbert Kitchener entered it after
their decisive victory over the Khalifa
at Omdurman, it was uncivilized and
barbaric, a place where a white mau
could scarcely show bis face. Today
it is fast growing into a beautiful city,
with broad streets and handsome
buildings, provided with every convenience for tlie ever-increasing army
of tourists who find their way thither,
either by tbe Nile valley from Cairo,
or by the newer and shorter route
from Suakim and  Port  Soudan.
Chief among its buildings are the
governor general's palace, -i fine structure with yellow walls picked out with
white, situated upon the river bank,
and the Gordon college, where the descendants of many of those Sudanese
who fought against the British general are now, through the solicitude o"
his fellow countrymen, receiving
useful and much-needed education.
Naturally the name of Gordon is a
commonplace  one  in   Khartoum,  and
thus we have not only a brass plate to j
his memory in the hall of the palace
and a rose tree said  to   bave   been.
planted by him In Its garden, but mor�� I
accessible to the public ft statue   of j
him in the broad road behind tlie palace and a tree which markel tbe limit j
of his daily ride; to say nothing of a
street and  a hotel  which   has   been
named after him. I
It must not be Imagined that Khar-1
toum is by any means "the end of all i        .        .    , . .   ,     . ..
things' so far as travel from the north ! banking    business    transacted.    Let
is concerned, for It is possible to pro-i'e" of Credit issued    available   with
ceed to Gondokoro, In the Uganda pro- ] correspondents in    all    parts of   the
tectorate,  1081 miles from  Khartoum
by the  Sudan  government   steamer .
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twenty-three days, in the course of | aud interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
which the traveller passes through re- annum (present rale),
glons of desert,   Soudan forest,   andj    Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
can not only Hee the Dlnka and Shllluk | 	
tribes in their most primitive state,
but may get. a glimpse of antelope.i,
hippotami and elephants.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
HOMES FOR SALE:
One and a half story house un Ash street, between Fifth and,8
avenues, eight rooms, modem, cellar, stable and chicken houao.
teen bearing fruit trees. Hou.ie in splendid condition. Price *
Terms .1300 cash, balance 6, 13, 18 and 34 months.
New two story house on Seventh    street,    near    Queens   B        '
seven rooms, modern, cement basement and    furnace.    I'ricc ���
Terms one-third cash, balance 'J. 12 and 18 months.    Good pnu
the 20th of this month.
LOTS THAT ARE CHEAP:
Lot on Princess Btreet, near Fourth street.   Price $700 on ter
Lot on Princess street, near Second street.   Price |600 on ter
West end lots.   Lot ori Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth Btree ,
Ing south.   Price $850 on good terms.
Three lots corner of Toronto and Eighteenth street, facing: B
Only $1800.   Terms, one-third cash, balance (!, 12 and 18 montn. ���
Two lots on Seventh avenue, near Second street.   For a few
only, price $11100 on good terms.
P.  PEEBLES, 620 Columbia St.
OQfc THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
page pivb.
SPORTING NEWS
Professionals Are
No Longer "Amateurs"
I Continued from pa. e one)
wil. my club members, to keep friends
wlll all of you gentlemen aud for all
time. We want lo play lacrosse. We
���ij] piay all our matches in Vancou-
,'��� ii will only be exhibition game*
a-p v. ill play on the other side of the
About  ten delegates began  pouring
a running lire of Questions into   the
And  it was  gathered  that
LACROSSE MAY BOOM
IN ALBERTA THIS YEAR
story
speaker _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ail the players which he had given to
ttlt> secretary on a list would play for
,l,e North Vancouvers; he wished to
keep under his bat for the time being
i,.;,���' * bere tbeir playing ground would I \,e
but he was authorized to say that' hockev
Tlie sporting editor of the Calgary
Herald had a few minutes on his
hands a couple of days ago. it was a
cold day and a dull day in tlie sport
line, therefore, he pushed thi
through liis rattlcinill:
There is a possibility that this year
will see lacrosse boom ln Alherta. If
baseball is a dead letter���and it looks
as though it will not Ite anything like
It was last year���the lacrosse teams
in Calgary will be as thick as bees,
and it lt altogether probable that an
effort will be made to launch a Minto
cup team. The main idea, however, is
to have
that a team from bere could bring thc
cup back, but we mean to say that
there is a better chance now than ever
before, and next year these youngsters
on the Salmon Hellies' lineup will he
as strong and as experienced as tlie
old bunch.
It does not necessitate a Minto cup
team, however, to make lacrosse a
huge success this summer. All it needs
is a little pep on the part of a few, and
the right men behind it.
AVIATOR'S   SUPERSTITION.
be
��� I.,**   were
in
list
their    eyes    on
keepln
Recreation park.
Gray  i Westminster)���Before voting!
(,��� wl.i h  club  he  would  like  to see
the association, he wanted a full i
of the club's players.   He referred
to both the old    and    new    Maples.1
W!,i. we <lo vote it will tie for the
, ;,i. with the strongest aggregation of
i
Cowan���He  w-as  glad   tlie  meeting
jud permitted  the  representatives of
lube to be there as tlie subject
ild 1 e thrashed out for all time this
,.. . i. al least.
Anything  to   Oblige.
Thomas (North Vancouver)���If you
,i,i not like our board of directors we
ange them all  so long    as    it
with your approval.    He would
rathei nol give the names of the play-
id signed up, but he would
,   that  at  the next meeting he
ome prepared with a full list
���   were   many   reasons   why   our
.,:     bould   He  in   the  dark   for  the
So much had been said about
ition of our ground that I am
gaj lng thai  l will he able to
tell you before the month Is out where
I playing,
St  Dennis    If you want to throw ua
ntlemen, then give  us a good
, .'.! en you are about it.
Real  Estate  Booming.
Ma] li si ���When the a>so -ia-
banged lrom a strictly amateur
iation   to  a   professional   or    at
semi -professional   une,    the
��� ooi strong enough to stand
ll  re. Vancoui er and \\'i Bi-
o ,iii afford to do so, but we
,n a different position. This
: :s to the boom in real estate
and thi     nsequent affluence of   our
in Mount Pleasant, we are
to  foct   the   heaviest   bills
fi are prepared to go Into    the
. ! ame with any other team
lb in the    province.    We    have
made arrangements tor an enclosure
an.t havi  a; pointed a manager.    The
clul thai pays the highest figure gets
ers.
C i. Jones -That's right:  I know it.
Martin���We have  no objection    to
naming our players at any time the
li mand.
ni    -1 have no players signed   up
.������
Is���As the Maple Leafs are still
ers ol our body although tail
honor, rj ones. I cannot see for the life
of me whj they require to apply for
membership, lt should merely he a
ca ��� ol crossing over.
Gray���The previous speaker seems
to forget ihat all dubs require to
come up for admittance every year.
Ii waa new clubs they were talking
about and both the applicants before
tbetn belong to that class.
Lynch's Wise Move.
Lynch���As a solution to tlie problem
and to try and further the matter 1
propose that permission to join the
association be granted to both tbe
clubs. Let them play in the matches
and then in turn let the weaker go to
tlie wall,
Ab an addition to his motion Mr.;
Lynch suggested that a special committee enquire into the credentials of:
lioth applications for membership.
The motion was carried by tive votes
to une and the chairman, after a deal
of trouble selected Messrs. Gray and
Barr as the committee to report to
'���''���*" annual meeting on March 25.
Motions and counter  motions  with
repard to the reading of the heavy list |
of alterations    to  the    playing    and
general rules were proposed and passed and then renounced and  when  it
looked like a deadlock, the Westminster delegates agreed on the chance of
losing their last car borne to wait and |
-    ver the list.
' : - il the chief alterations pro-!
posed ror the consideration Ot the
Benera] meeting was the deletion of
the word "amateur" from tlie associa-;
tlon'a title and that this will pass was
''' ii''-nsus of opinion of the dele-
';'���''' lie meeting concluded at a
���ate hour.
good   reliable
SAYS TRAMPS COST
$25,000 A YEAR
Even the Bravest of the Airmen Have
Peculiar   Beliefs.
A chapel in the department   of the
Charente-lnferieure,     France,     called
Notre Dame du I'latin, has Just been
dedicated  to aviators,  and   a   medal
with   the  effigy  of   this   new-
Dame is going to be struck and   distributed to a\l flyers who ask for it.
amateur teams  in the prov-]     It   is  a   curious  commentary   upon
Ince. and also have a league whicli will  our human weaknesses that the adepts
run on the same Hrm basis as the  in this newest science or sport, who
league   this   year,  aud    with  seem  to  brave everything, are really
ind  energetic  officials'rather  superstitious  persons.   Santos,
at the bead or it. Dumont attributes his immunity from
As a matter of fact, there was never accidents to a medal of St. Henoit, pre-
in the history ot Alberta a hockey Rented to him by Countess d'Eu, which
league like what there was this sea- he wears on a bracelet. Kdmond Poll-
son, and the game lias never flourish- lot always carries about with him a
ed to such an extent. It is also a fact four-leafed clover, and is verv fond of
that very little trouble was experl-. horseshoes, which he collects. Tabu-
enced in making the league a success, I teau, who holds several records, be-
Tor the officials were men who stuck lleves. like a Monte Carlo gamble.',
by good clean sport and would severe-[the number twenty-eight is favorite to
ly censure all attempts to introduce, him, while poor Dela.ran.e, who met
anything else. This was the secret of | with his death at Bordeaux, had a pas-
the success of hockey In Alherta this] sion for the figure thirteen, for no
year, and it is the secret of all sue- other reason apparently than that he
cess In Bport. To have a successful, was born on Marcli 13, 1873.���Paris
season in lacrosse it will be necessary I Correspondent London Globe.
to start right; appoint men in the of- 	
thes who intend to be true to the con-:
stitution  and  rules, and  liave a constitution   drafted   that   will   not   allow
jumping or ringers or anything which
is detrimental to amateur sport.
If there is a professional league
formed, let it lie entirely indepen lent
of the amateur league and go after it
right and sign a hunch or rast men
who will be competent at the end of
the season to go to the coast and put
up a good fight for the world's mug
It simply means to lacrosse men
that this is the hest chance to get the
game survived In Alherta and put lacrosse on the hoards strong, that they
will ever get Baseball will not be too
strong to interfere, and there is all
sorts of material right here in the
city at the present time to make two
or more fast teams, and then there
are several others for city league material. Junior leagues can also be en-
COUraged and Joe Lally, the big Canadian stick manufacturer, will supply
slicks to the youngsters at a much reduced rate. I one
Elmonton, Medicine Hat, I.eth-
brldge, and several other towns in Alberta are anxious to get into a league.|
and it is evident that there is more
good material in the province this
year Hum there was ever before. It
is now up to the lacrosse enthusiasts
to get busy and let no grass grow under their feet to get lacrosse started
for a successful season.
There will likely be several changes
on the New Westminster Minto cup
team this year, and some young material will be tried out. This will
mean that there will be a better
chance ibis year to lift that silverware than ever before, and it is a
well-known fact that although to win
the cup is almost impossible, there is
one chance open, and what a bl. ad. it
would be to send a team after it. If
Calgary won the mug. it would be
worth thousands of dollars of advertising to this citv.  We don't mean to say-
to discourage his pregrinations. and
the authorities are to he asked to lend
a hand In providing him with a pe
manent residence in a, restricted
neighborhood where bis travels wlll
be limited to a few feet of space.
It is asserted that tlie Lehigh Valley has received Ihe bulk of his patronage, and the officers of that company say they are willing to turn t
over to any other road for the asking.
Notwithstanding the fact that they
have increased the police force, and
scattered signs about their property
forbidding familiarity with the rolling
stock, tho tramps continue to honor
the road. Some of the regulars havo
gone so far as to wire brakemen to re- ]
serve bumpers tor them.
Many efforts have been made to rid
the railroads of the undesirables, but
v"t"re  none ��f the cities and towns along the
' line are willing to sunport them.   The
consequence is that thev are arrested,
given ten minutes to leave the town,
and then hurry to the railroad station, and hoard an outgoing train. If
they are arrested at the next stop the
Bame procedure is followed
"Yes
I
RAILROADS MAKE A COMPLAINT
WHICH BRINGS REPLY FROM
UNTICKETED PASSENGERS ���
DISCOURAGE    BUFFER    RIDING.
I saw Ihe statement," ohserv-
nd B. Baggage, literary director of tho
ClinkST cluh, nn organization whicn
numbers among Its members men
who bave a speaking acquaintance
with every humner In the country. "It
onlv goes to show the Ingratitude of
some persons. The Lehleh valley
should tire our organization a vote
of thanks instead of a roa^t. The
fact that we are ahle to ride on the
trucks or their cars shows that the
roadbed Is in good shape and is a
splendid   advertisement."
"Are vou going to make any reply
to the charges?"
"I have heen directed to file a complaint with the Public Service commission. We had no intention ol doing so, but the companies have forced
our hand. A dozen of our members
have reported that they rode all the
way from Buffalo on the front end of
gage car, without being
the engineer. This is a
plain   violation ol th.e law."
House with six rooms situate on corner lot 66x148 feet, commanding an excellent view of the Fraser river. On car line and has cement
sidewalk on one side of street.
Price $4,200.00
on easy terms ( 5 per cent, interest)
The People's Trust Company, Ltd!.
T. M. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. Phones 646, 669.
j the   first   ha
I drenched  by
ASYLUM   CONDITION.
New York. March S.���If members of
the tramp fraternity could be persuaded to do business with ticket offices,
the railroads of the country would be
Jjr,.iiO'i st longer in tlieir sales every
year. The sum mentioned is what it
costs tlie companies to transfer the
perpetual motion demonstrators trom]
community to another, according
to a statement issued yesterday by
representatives of the various lines.
This does not include tlie wear and
tear on bumpers and other parts of
the rolling stock, which ate favored
by advocates of fresh air flight.
Tlie statement declares that it
would be impossible to estimate the
amount of damage done to private
property abutting along the railroad.;
hy the long distance surveyors
Rail-
Harry K. Thaw Is Financing a   Movement   for   an   Investigation.
j     New    York,    Marcli    8���.Harry    K. i
��� Thaw,  confined   in  the  State   asylum
I for the criminal insane at Matteawan, |
is financing a movement for an inves-:
ligation of conditions there which may
result in a general  scandal  affecting i
the management of the State Insane
asylum.    Through  Thaw's  effort's at-1
torneys have heen engaged to present
to   Governor   Dix   allegations   against
the   management   of   the   Matteawan
asylum, which include maltreatment o: ,
patients, tlie holding of sane person?
in the institution for revenge and be
cause they might talk if they got out, ]
beating patients almost to death anl
serving   improper   food.      Norman   A.
Lees, a former patient, who is aiding
Thaw, has retained lawyers to apply
to the supreme court for writs to get
twenty patients now in the asylum out
on allegations that they are cured.
8-Roomed Modern House
on Second street, between
Queens and 3rd avenues.
Lot 56 x 132.    Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
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B.C. Mills
limber   and  Irading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXE8     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ According to Or. Lamb, superintend
road officers say that the "hobo" mav cn, 0f tile Matteawan. the entire pro-
furnish a gcod laugh to persons who ceedings are being brought by tlie
follow his antics in the comic supple-j Thaw family so that they can have
ments. but that he has long since Harry transferred to another institu-
ceased to tie a joke, so far as they are ,jon. ,.\t Matteawan Thaw is carried
concerned. They say that at times on the books as hopelessly insane. His
be so far forgets himself as to inseit; actions have led the doctors, accord
himself into a loaded freight car, nnd I ing to Lamb, to curtail many of his
that In instance* too numerous to men- privileges and the family resent this,
tion. he has used a coupling pin to They want him sent to the Bingham-j
impress a brakeman witli his import-j ton asylum, where. It is said, he would
anee. | be  favored, and might  later be certl-
A  determined  effort  is to  be made. fled as cured and released.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   137
Razors, Strops, Barber
Supplies,   Etc.
AT
Maple Leafs Hold Meeting.
There was a   good   attendance   of j
nembers and  intending  members  at j
lu' second annual general meeting of
,lle Westminster Maple Leaf baseball
club on Tuesday  night  and  progress
���r the ensuing year    was    reported I
[re>l  I. Roach was In the chair and .
Ile congratulated the officials on thc i
good work accomplished ln 1910. Sec-]
'f'arj-treasurer  Dlgnaii  reported that
"wc was a balance in hand from last
season of $10.   Seventeen games had |
t,pcn played In this city and ten out-
flde.   Owing, he claimed, to the    In-
correel manner of keeping the scores
II was difficult to give an accurate re-j
��ord of games won and lost here, but
J"* out-of-town matches had resulted
III the Maples winning six and losing
''lr H. A. Adams was elected president, W, C, Dignan, 401 Koyal aven-
""��� secretary and treasurer, Dan Mur-
r::> manager, Fred J. Roach captain,
*Jth Messrs. Nat Jamieson, Charles I
����rphy and Jack McMurphy as aj
committee, it was agreed that in fu-
,llrr' the members will be assessed as
Ion demands instead of charging)
a set subscription. 1
New Spring Suits
For the Red-Blooded Business Man
This cut is one of the new 20th Century models,
built along those conservative lines which is so much
appreciated by the business or professional man;
Tweeds predominate in fancy mixtures, greys,
browns and greens.
The 20th Century garments are everyone guaranteed to retain their shape ���no breaking of the
fronts, no drawing of the shoulders, no bagging of
the pockets.
We nave a beautiful selection at
Ryall's Drag Store
PHONE  57.
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
HOLLIES
nnd other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch 8tock
at tho Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
$20 to $25
Cream of Acreage!
Five-Acre Blocks
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
671  Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
On H. C. Klectric Railway at Junction of N. W.-Chllliwaek line, Scott
road, with prospected line to     ftHUlhli i
Steel City and Ladner
Also flve acre blocks on this projected   line   adjoining   Steel    City
townsite.
These two Choice sub-divisions have Just been surveyed and are now
on the market.
For particulars apply to
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335. ^^^
I i,
'iiii PAOB SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1
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FARMERS STRONG
FOR RECIPROCITY
AGREEMENT MEETS WITH APPROVAL OF BOTH PARTIES,
DECLARES AN AGRICULTURIST
WHO  STUDIED   QUESTION.
; ���
Winnipeg, March s���l). A. Stewart,
nf   Pilot   .Mound   o\-.M.   P,   for   l.isgai,
wim bus been In Winnipeg for some
days,   attending   the   convention   of
school trustees, stated to a representative of the Free Press yesterday,]
that in liis seel inn of the province
there is only one opinion among the
fanners as to the advisability of the
proposed reciprocity agreement That I
district is immediately adjacent to
the boundary, and the farmers know
at lirst, be says, the benefits which an
additional market would be to them
in disposing of their grains and cuttle. |
A   largely  attended  meeting  of  the
Pilot   Mound hianch of the  Manitoba'
Grain  Growers association  was  held
some time ago, at wliich tlie rcclproc-j
ity   pact   was    thoroughly   discusser
There was no diversity of opinion as
to the value of the arrangement, butI
a considerable number made the complaint   that   it   did  not go  nearly  far!
enough.    The meeting naturally passed, unanimously, the following resolutions:    "That this association is sat-'
isfied  that  the   proposed   reciprocity!
pact between Canada and the   United'
States will be of immense benefit to
the  agricultural  interests of  Canada,
but would have been pleased to have
had a greater reduction in duties on
agricultural   implements,   and   that   a
copy of this resolution be sent to Mr.
Sharpe, M. P. for Llsgar."
Mr. Stewart says that there were at
least as many Conservatives as Liberals present at the meeting. The
farmers, in his opinion, are so desirous of securing the boon of enlarged j
markets that they will emulate the
example of the Canadian manufacturers and put their own interests before their politics. The Manitoba farmers are now thinking, not along political but along economic lines, and;
tlieir convictions are crystallizing into
practical forms such as the demands
wllich are now being made upon the
Dominion government.
"The farmers in our district," suiil
Mr. Stewart, "know from actual personal experience that, year after year,
wheat of the same Quality has been
worth a good many more cents per
bushel south of the line than north
of it, and although it is probable that
throwing the two markets together
would lower the price on the American side somewhat, the net result
would be an equalization of price;;
which would raise the price at every
lee/Jlme-lklksi
Tea Spoils with Age
No tea is fit to drink after it is two years old.
That is the age limit of tea quality and benefit.
The best tea is the freshest.
"Salada" Tea owes much of its world-wide
reputation to its sale fresh from the plantation.
The leaves are fresh picked every week the year
'round; then dried, sorted and packed in airtight lead packages. Every five weeks a new
picking of r,SaladaM comes fresh from plantation to purchaser.
Bulk teas, carried year after year, lose their
freshness.
New Westminster
Mail Service
Z*Z4��>��^^&&Zt
mi
_TF.A_
Yearly SJw Oxer
20.000.000 iVk.au
AtV your iroc.r for " S��Ud��" Tea or ��nd
for a free trial package which make�� IS
cups of deliciout tea. We will mall It to
you without char��e. Say whether you u��e
Black. Mixed or Grain Tea and the prica
you pay per pound.
The "Salada" Tea Co.
32 Yobi ��� Street Toroato
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Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R*y Time Inspector
Canadian purchasing point. The farmers also want the competition of the
Chicago markets in the disposal of
their live stock. N'o consideration appeals to them more powerfully than
the prospect of getting a market for
barley. There is no grain that puts
the land in better condition for raising wheat than barley, lt is almost
as good as summer fallowing, and is
an ideal crop to precede wheat. At
nrespnt some barley is grown largely
for the purpose of cleaning land, but
it can be disposed of only at a loss.
With the opening of tlie American
market it will become a highly profitable crop, and it will, incidentally,
clean the land and indirectly increase
the yield of wheat."
Mi. Stewart said that he thought
the activity ot the manufacturers in
opposing an  agreement   wliich, after
all, applied almost exclusively to the
farmers, had driven home to the farmers the necessity of organizing for
their own protection, so that an effective opposition to the manufacturers
could be made. As for the loyalty cry,
be declares the farmers are just as
loyal as any other section of the community, but they cannot stampede into a course inimical to their own interest bv any such as had heen made.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room R. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
Time Tlnn
of of
Arrival: Closing
20:00��� United States via C. P. li.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:31
8:30���Vancouver via It  0. 10. It.
(daily except Sunday)..  8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C, EQ, Ft.
(dally except Sunday)..11:01
18;00���Vancouver via li. C. B, it.
idaily except. Sunday)..16:01
8:30���Victoria via H. 0. K. U.
(dully except Sunday). .  8:00
13:00���Victoria   via   11.   C.   K.   It.
(daily except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���l'nited States via O. N. R.
idaily except Sunday). .  0,46
15:15���United Stntes via G. N. It.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points east and Europe  idaily)      7:3C
23:00���All points east and Europe (daily)  15:45
12:30���Sapperton and Kraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)        7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)    15:45
12:30���Coquitlam   idaily   except
Sunday)       7:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby (daily ex-
Sunday)   13: :*.<>
10:00���Tlmberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island    13:30
10:00���Annlevllle.   Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
11:30���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. H.
(dally except Sunday)..14:2C
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   10:00
JO: 00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)      7:3(
35:15���Crescent, White Pock and
Blaine I daily except
Sunday)      <);.i5
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Satin dav   9:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.C E.Ii, uially except Sunday)   	
8:30
Railway Time  Tables
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
B- C. E. K. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneouls.
Cars leave New Westminster for V
couver at 5:00, 5:60, 0:20, 6:50, 7
hall
i ;20
hiiur
JOARD    OF    TRAD&-NEW  WJiH'l
minster Board of Trad,, meets In ta
board  room, City  Han, M rol,,,w ?
Third  Thursday    0f    each    ������,���.,,:
quarterly    meeting    on  tbe    intra
Thursday of February, Mav   August
and Novemher   at , ��� m.   ' A:,,\
meetings on the third Thursday n
February.    New   members  mav
proposed and elected at any nv
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      <
Stuart-Wade, secretary,
i tn
it.
and 8: nu a.m., and every
thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Cars leavu Vancouver lui  New Wesi
minster at 5:00,   5:50,   (1:20,   6:68,
7:20 and 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00, 7:00, $S:(ui and
11:0(1 a.m.. and every half hour there-
alter until 11:30 p.m.
Gars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:(K), 8:00 and 9:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars leave New Westminster nt 7
a.m. and every hour untll 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 11 p in.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 n.m. to 11 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
I. O. O. F. AMITY  LODGE, Mi
The regular meetings ol this'loil��
nre held In odd Fellows' Hall  cor
ner Carnarvon ami  Eighth Btrei
every Monday evening al s o'clock'
Visiting   brethren   cordially   Invli ,\
to attend.   George Adams, N.Q
('. Coatham,  P.O., recording   ecro
tary;   .1. w. MacDonald,   ana
secretary,
:|,
PROFESSIONAL.
I.   STILWELL   CLUTE,   barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, H. C. P. O. Hox lu. Telephone 710,
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS K- JOHN,
ston, barristers and golli
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westmlnstei-. VV ,1
Whiteside, II. L. Kdmonds, Adam S
.lohnston.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves   New    Westminster   10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 8:16 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. ra.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4.28
p.m.;  arrives Seattle !t:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12.10
a. m.;  arrives Seattle 0:45 a. m.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrives
New  Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leaves   Seattle  4:35   p.m.;   nrrlvce
New Westminster 0:25 p, m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors,
Westminster offices, Booms 7 and %
Gulchon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Wll/ianis building, 41 Granville stieet. F. C. Wade, K. C,;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex
cept Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 0:30 p. in.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. in.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT,
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
j Accountant. Tel. R 128, Koom,
I    Trapp block.
6TENOGRAFHY    &    TYPEWRITING
jMISS M. BROTEN,   public   Bteni gra-
phei;   specifications,   husiness   letters,   etc.;    circular   work   I
Phone   415.      Bear   of   Major   and
Savage's office. Columbia Bt
G.   N.   R���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station. New West
minster, 10:20 a.m. daily ezecept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8.00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. Hox 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc Dean Block,
next  to  Hunk of  Montreal.
LOTS   AT
VISTA
O ADVANCE FRIDAY
OAVE YOU ever complained about "hard luck ?"   Have you ever envied the "man with
the golden spoon in his mouth," who has everything he wants ?   Did it ever occur to
you that the reason for his prosperity was not all luck or "chance?"   It was because he
took advantage of his opportunities.   YOU CAN DO THE SAME, if you will.   You can
climb the ladder that leads to permanent prosperity and lasting happiness by investing
NOW, today, at Buena Vista.
Jay Gould, the noted financier, once said, "One hundred dollars invested in the right
place at the right time will earn as much as one man steadily employed." This is the
RIGHT time.   Buena Vista is the RIGHT place.   And you don't need a hundred dollars either.
THE OLD
TILL   FRIDAY
8EBJSJ���j lii llllll   1MB    I     I1    i
If ���/*&������'*���***>& <-f*fa    ��������.-. .-^;'rj���-~.Ui/.:f ���..���Lri* >
Cleared Lots,45x 100 ft.
A  MONTH ��� NO   INTEREST
WE Will BUILD YOU
A HOUSE
We will build you a house, if you
wish, and let you pay for house and
lot in monthly payments in, Gay four
or five years.
There is only one thing to do with a proposition like this, and that is to ACT. Three
days hence and people will be wishing they had YOUR chance. And you must ACT NOW to
get in on the ground floor. There is no time for delay��� but plenty of time for consideration.
Call or phone tonight (our office is open till 9 o'clock) or early in the morning. Make an appointment to visit Buena Vista with us today. We won't worry you about buying, but
leave the decision to your own good judgement.
ARE YOU A BUILDING
MECHANIC ?
If so, we will supply you with the
materials for building the dwelling at
cost, and you put up the house and
pay for It in monthly sums of less
than  rent.
LE1BLY & BLUMfzR REALTY COMPANY,  INC.
Va corner  Office-HOS   and   1105  Dominion  Trust  Building. owners of buena vista.
Phone 8365 OPEN EVENINGS.
New Westminster Office-613 Columbia St., (over Bank of
Phone 687.
-J
SJU
��� ll THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
,. .��� notice that  Kdward  Hawkins.
Ancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
o' * ,_ ,��� nntiiv   for   permission   to
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
. e*
intend
jiilivl'----
Commencing
to apply   for  . ...
(1,0     following     described
tlie
ea
nt a post planted on
on the east side of tbe
iomnon channel and joining T. L.
^ ,,;, in the noi tli side and mark-
���v\" _rd Hawkins; s. W. corner,
e<l N | 60 chains to line of limit
Hence r>. ihnm,e N> (;o chains alon
, hea
l��
fJO. "
line I
alon.
ti ent and
|es>'
Hawkins;   S.   W.
thence N
,1,   thence south and west
r|, to place   of   commence
containing 80 acres more or
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMBS A LKWIS, Agent.
tovemberZS, i!>i��-_	
 ^ND ACT NOTICE.
Land  District. Dis
mission to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4>��
mill's north of Qreen Lake, thence
west 80 chains, thence so ut li SU chains,
thence easl su chains, theiK
80 chains lo. point
heing northeast
1   north
of commencement,
corner posi of lol ap
plied tor, containing 640 acres more ui
less.
(Signed)
Agent  for
February 2n,
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Mary Augusta bridge.
1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
. cw
y^eStminster
Vancou
r_7t of New Westminster.
,i,e that Cecil Killam, of
Take nol����c OCCUpatlon barrister
.intends"to apply for permls-
* la;; rciiase the following de-
sion i" ' .
icribed Isna*^ ^ ^ j)og.  plan(etl on
li/4  miles northeasi
md
In.
ibout
Point, Jervis Inlet,
Comm(,,,<'
I |lC:"'"..���>
from E����� Kiiiuin's Northwest Cor
,nar.k ,i ence east 20 chains, thenci
W- _ chains, thence west 20
"T. more or It'88- l" t,eiich' ,ht'n<'''
*!Ti5S naw* ,o t,lare ,,f ,'ora'
tfemenl and containing 40 acres;
.ure or less. ^^ Kl, , AM
.1. A. LKWIS, Agent
November 29, 1910.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE thai Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, intends to apply for permission tn purchase the following desci ibed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail iv&
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, tlience north SO chains,
thence east 40 chains, tlience south SO
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more ori'ess.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
iated
post  planted
LAND ACT NOTICE.
... Westminster ^^^^^^^^^^^
N trill of New Westminster.
r2 notice that Clint K. Dicker-
��� ,,f vnncouver, B. C occupation
? :!,!, intends to apply for |)cr-
KSTto Purchase the following de-
��� ' :'I!'N: .       r,
Tom:: I at   a   . _,,__..
.. ��" ,-h iii Hillings Bay, Nelson L-
\     g joining 1'. H. No, 1678 and
ii.'   i:   Dicker-man's   North-
5Tomer," thencei south 60 chains
�� ��� .... ��� bo .hains, thence north
ire or lese to    beach,
ene��*terly along beach to place
"commencement, and containing 320
,,._, mori' ui   '
sc'e        CLINT K. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent.
Date Xoiemher 28, 1?10;
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase' the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on the west side of Green River
and four chains north of Green Lake,
thence west SO chains, thence north
hn chains, thence east 80 chains,
tlience soutli SO chains- to point of
commencement, being south west cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
640 acres more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent fur Maud A. Hopkins.
I'd,ruary 20, 1911.
thence east So chains, thence north 8j
chains, thenco west xo chains, thenco
soutli so cliains to the point of commencement, and containing (140 acres
mc re or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
lly I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February IT, 1911.
Addi-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west of
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
tlience south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north so chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNKW CRY SI) ALB,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-! LA"D   REGISTRY   ACT.
TRICT���District   of   New Westmin- 	
ster, I!. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.' >'e lot 10, block 16, Murray's
Svedmark, of Tulameeii, occupation tlon, town of Port Moody;
mill owner, intends to apply for pei-: Whereas proof of the hiss of certlfl-
mission to purchase the following de-,ca^ of title No 5620A, issued in the
scribed  lands: name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
Commencing at a post planted about ,iIf'li iu ,hiri office.
three miles  distant, and in a   north-      Notice is hereby given thai  I shall,
westerlv direction from Haslam Lake,  al   1|!<' expiration  Of one montli   from
ihence east   so chains,  thence  south ,lie ,la,e of lll�� ,!l'st publication hereon I SO  chains,   thence   west   80   chains,|of�� to a dally newspaper published J
ih,..,,,��� ,,,,,���-, 80 (bains to the point ofl"10 nt>' of New Westminster, Issue a
commencement, and containing i.Hu duplicate of the said certificate, utiles.,
acres more or less i'n  "ie  meantime  valid  objection   be
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.     made to me In writing,
D. O'HARA, Agent. ���. . ,     _ Jp.  B. Keith
Februarv 17th, DHL , LK-tnct     egistrar >>f   lilies.
 i    Land Registry Office, New Westmin-
" ; ster, I . c, February 18, 1811.
DIS-1 	
L
EXPLAINS IROUBlfS
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Charles A.
iiodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described l.mds: Commencing at a po.-it
planted ahout iK miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north So chains, thence east 80
chain?, Ui��pce south SO chains, to the
point of commencement, and contain
ing (140 acres more or less.
CHARLKS A. BODJE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.!
Dated February 17, Dill.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND
TRICT���District   of   New Westminster, B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
Thorsen,   of    Vancouver
marine engineer, intends to apply for
permission   to  purchase the following]
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about cate of lltle number 10B11F, issued in
two and one-half miles south of T. L.; the name of jarae8 Rosehrough Lawrv
lot lulls, and one mile east of Haslam ���- ^^^^^
Lake,  thence  east  SO  chains,  tlience'
south SO chains, thence west 80 chains,!
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
"'.i',"1,'.'i0".ne iots i4-15>ic and n ��f k,ts:-s9
and 40, suburban block 6, map 010,
In the City of N'ew Westminster.
Whereas proof of tlie loss of certlfl -
has been tiled in this office.
TEXT OF REQUEST PRESENTED
BY CHIEF AND DELEGATES TO
B.C. GOVERNMENT LAST WEEK
IS   INTERESTING.
"The memorial which the Indians
of the northern district presented to
Premier McBride Friday was in tlie
following terms:
"We come before you today as the
chiefs and representatives of nearly
all the Indian tribes throughout tho
province of Hritish Columbia.
"We do not come to you as a body
of settlers, but as the original inhahl-
Notice is hereby given that I shall,! tants  of  this   land.      Our
 -������"'. **.*-*.**: "cdl r,,j cuaiiis, | at t|le expiration of one month  from
tlience north 80 chains, to the point of ;the date of the first publication hereof,
commencement,   and   containing   040 | jn a daliy newspaper published in tho
City of    New Westminster,    issue    i
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN
.duplicate of the said certificate, uniea-i
D. O'HARA, Agent, j,, the meantime valid
February 17th, 1911. I made to me in writing
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
Helyea, of Vnncouver, occupation solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abotig
lVa miles nortli of T. L. lot
11��7C and two miles west of Haslam
Lake,  thence  east  80
objection   be
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy'
Paige, of New Westminster, occupa-;
tion married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at
Under instructions from the owners
chains, tlience  there will be offered for sale by publi
north    80    chains,    thence    west    80        "~~
chains, thence south SO chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing t)40 acres, more or less.
Februan
ARTHUR L
17th, 191L
BELYEA.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ ancestora
have occupied this land from time immemorial; and we, their children,
claim that the title to the Iand is Invested in us; and has never been extinguished, either by conquest or
treaty.
"This title was acknowledged bv
Sir James Douglas, the flrst governor
of the colony, when he purchased
from the Luckwoman or Songhees
tribe certain portions of land on the
southern end of Vancouver Island;
and was also recognized by the legislature of Vancouver Island, and by the
honorable secretary of state for the
colonies, who, in his dispatch from
Downing street, dated  19th  October,
 1811, said: 'I am fully sensible of tbo
auction on Saturday, the 26th day of great importance of purchasing with-
March,  1911, at the  bour    of    three out loss of time the native title to the
o'clock in tlie afternoon at the office  soil of Vancouver Island.'
of  S.  A.  Cawley,  Chilliwack,  Biitish
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., February 3,
1911.
SALE   OF   VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT CHILLIWACK.
TAKK NOTICE that Lionel E. Haw- | a post  planted ahout two miles nortli
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster'.
Take notice that  Leslie L. Dicker-
Dan, ol Van" iver, B. c, occupaUon
lumberman, in', mis to apply for per-
,-.:.     to ] irebasa the following d"-1
-scril-ed kinds:
Commcncin. at a post planted on
(ae bea b on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and at the northeast corner of
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dick-
.ertr.an.' Northwest Corner," thenoe
loath 80 tl erne easl 20 chains,
;:.��������� e i  Ith  50  chains,   thence   east
. - m ��� ������ Ot less to the  beach,
ti e north and west ahing beach to
���commencement and containing 320
acres more or less,
LESLIE U DICKERMAN.
J.  A.  LEWIS,  Agent.
Date November 'J9. 1910.
eis, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply   for permission to purchase the following   lands:
Commencing al a post planted on the1
west   side   of   Pemberton   Trail,  nt_'
miles   north   of   (Jreen   Lake,   thenco
north 80 chains, tlience east 80 chains, j
tlieuce south  So  cliains, tlience west
30 chains to the point of   commence-!
ment, being the southwest corner post
of   lot   applied    for,    containing    040
acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
A-ent for Lionel E. Hawels.
February L'u, 1911. I
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
of T. L, lot 916 on the west shore of
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence BOUtb su chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north So cliains to
tlie point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17. 1911.
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Charles
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to
purchase     the     following     described  more particularly
lands:
Columbia, by S. A. Cawley, auctionee-,
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 British
Columbia, and heing tlie westerly fifty-
eight [58) acres of lot three hundred
and eighty-three (383), group two i-i,
described   as   fol
lows:
LAND  ACT  IVOTICE.
Commencing at a post planted about! Commencing at the northwest cor-
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on; ner of said lot on the south hank of
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence'Hope slough, thence south following
east Sn cliains. thence north SO tlie west boundary of said lot 3456
i chains, thence west Su cliains, thence links to the southwest corner of said
soutli So cliains, to the point of com-1 lot,  thence
Dis-
D IS
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICE     that      Margaret
Ethel Matthews   of San .lose, occupation widow, intends to apply for per
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Gerald E.
Hridge. of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following d&
sei il,ed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Qreen River, Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Qreen Lake,
thenco north 80 chains, tlience east SO
(hains. thence smith 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains to point of commencement, heing southwest corner post ot
lot applied fo~, containing (540 acres
more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 10, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupa-1
tlon married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase tlie following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted ahout half mile south
of T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, tlience east so chains,
thence south So chains, thence west 8o
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
ISABELLA McFARLAND,
By I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February   17,  1911.
mencement, and containing 040 acred
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February 17th, 19'li.
east following tlie south
boundary of the said lot 1700 links,
thence north 311S links to the soutn
bank of Hope slough, thence westerly
following the south bank of Hope
slough to the point of commencement.
TERMS     OF     SALE���Twenty-five
"The Indian title was referred to in
the following terms by Lord Dufferin,
in  his address to  the legislature   of
British Columhla, on the '-0th day of
September, 1876:    'Most unfortunately
there has been an initial error, ever
since  Sir James   Douglas  quitted  office, in the government of Biitish Columbia  neglecting to recognize  what
is known as the Indian title.    In Canada  this  has  always  been   done;   no
government,   whether    provincial    or
central, has failed to acknowledge that.
the original title to the land existed
in   the    indian    tribes.       Before    we
touch an acre we make treaty with the
chiefs,   and  having  agreed   upon  and
paid our stipulated price, we enter into  possession,  hut  not  until  then  do
j we consider that we are entitled to
deal   with   an   acre.    The  result   bas
been that  in  Canada our Indians, are
contented, well affected to   tbe white
men, and amenable to the laws   and
NEW    WESTMINSTER    LAND     DIS- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
TRICT���District   of   New  Westmin-' (25)  per cent, of the purchase money, nment'
ster   B. C.-Take notice that I. Peter i to be paid in cash at the time of the; s��. Ken11emen. u treaty has been
C. .Jensen, of  Seattle,  Wash., occupa-   sale and the balance within thirty (30). " ^^~
tion broker, intends to apply for per-, days thereafter without interest, o",
mission to purchase tlie following de- at the option of the purchaser, the
scribed lands: | balance may he paid in three (3) equal
Commencing at a post planted about instalments at the end of one tl). two
three miles northwest of Haslam .-) and three (3) years respectively
Lake, thence west  80 chains, thence  from the date of the sale with interest
on the deferred payments at the rate
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Molly McCl.i
niiilon to purchase the following de-irey. of \ ancouver <��0u��tiM mtilin-
scribed lands: Commencing at a post, er. intends to apply o perntiSSton to
Planted on .!,,- wes, side of the Cheak-i purchase the folio..1 g < cSO it ed
amus river ami one mile north of j lands. Cortmendng ttlSport placed
Daisy Uke, thence west 40 chains., on the 1 ember on Trail 2'* milea
'.kence north 160 chains, thence east'north of Green Lake, thence north 83
M chains, tlience south \f>D chains
ilong the Cbeakamus river to point of
Dis-
I north SO chains, thence east 80 chains.
I thence south 80 chains, to point ot
| commencement, and containing 040
: acies. more or less.
PETER  C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
WATER    NOTICE.
commencement, heing southwest cor-1
ner post ol lot applied for, containing j
Bt acres more or less.
'SIgnedi WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Ase nt for Margaret Ethel Matthews, i
February 20, 1011.
chains, thenco east 80 chains, tlience
south 80 chains, thence west SO chains
to point of commencement, being the
southwest corner post, containing 640
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February B0, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Clinton P.
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following    described
lends: Commencing at a post planted Notice is hereby given that an ap
about two miles south of T. L. lot J031, -plication will be made under Part V. of
on the east shore of Haslam lake, the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li-
tlience east 80 chains, thence south 80 cense In the Westminster Division ot
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence Sew Westminster District:
north SO chains to the point of com-| ,a) The name of Companv in full-
mencement. and containing M0 acres  The Glen Hose Canning Company Lim
ited.
of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to the auctioneer
or to the solicitors and agents for the
vendors.
J. H. BOWES.
Solicitor. Royal Bank Building, Chilliwack,  B. C.
made with the Indians in all the other
provinces of the Dominion, why bave
the Indians in this province been ia-
nored? We have heard from the
'Friends of the Indians' that you bave
declared 'there is no issue,' and 'that
the Indians are all satisfied. We
have  come here at  great  expense to
tell you tbat our people are far from
satisfied, and are becoming more dissatisfied every day. We certainly
think there is a very great issue, and
are here to ask that the matter be
submitted to the courts, from which
I we hope to get justice, as we conceive
Or his agents, ,, i of British law being anything else but
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE & . iUBti
MARTIN.    ^^^^^^^
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February  17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Georgina
Di3-
A
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster. ;
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
Commencing at a post
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, bow divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 1450 shares
are issued and paid up.
(b) Tbe name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
Is)���Unnamed stream on > Lot 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
flowing Into Fraser river.
(c) The point of diversion���I? abou:
200 feet from Its mouth at   the Fra-
_ crlbed lands   _
planted about 2% miles south of T. L..
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam  ser river on said Ix>t 17.
lake,   thence  east   80  chains,  thence j     (d)    The quantity of water
applied
N��w Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NnTli-K that Kate Corey, of, ���nnllll. ___ __,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Vancouver,   occunation    saleswoman, | lttoJ10>;r"Il"I,hor. Intends to apply for per-1 }'n'ence  south  80 chains to  the point, tenth of one cubic foot.
���      j-i and containing 640,     (e)    The character of the  proposed
^^^^ o-'i'upation sa
intends to aj plj for permission to pur-
ctafe thy following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tho
JjJMhline of lot 107 on Summit Lake.
"lence weg, ,,, chains, thence south
* ''-'ins. thence east -10 chains to
pmniii Uke, ihence north along the
����e to point of commencement, being
,he northeasi corner post of lot   ap
of    Vancouver,   occupation | L^jy, so cilains .thence west 80 chains,' for (In cubic feet per   second)���One-
Plieil tor
containing 320 acres more or
ISigned)
February
WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
mission to purchase the following de-1   .
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post; 0f "'Tr �����   ,7l
planted   al   the  southwest   come,    0,  acres more or less
lot  2105 and thence north   40 chains
thence  west  40  chains,  tlience   south
���10   chains,   thence  east   40  chains   to
point of commencement, being southwest  corner  post of lot  applied   for,
ntaining 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agent  for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February  17, 1011.
works-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Room 20 Williams Building, 413 Gran
ville   Street,   Vancouver,  B.  C,
Or to
TAYLOR,  HARVEY,   BAIRD &
GRANT,
Solicitors, Room 37 Williams Building,
413 Granville Street,  Vancouver, B.C.
Dated the lst dav of March, 1911.
J. H. BOWES.
Taylor,    Harvey,    Baird    &   Grant,
Solicitors for the Vendors.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Oold Watches Tor Ladi��s from 112-75
sp.
Silver Watches,   genta'
J6.00.
Silver Watches, gents   open
tor   Waltham   and
$7.50 up.
Agent      ^^^^^^^^^^
Watchea.
Watch repairing a specialty.
open face
case.
Klgin
Fit/.-
occu-
*��* Westminster Land District.
tnct of New Westminster.
JAKE NOTICE that Reginald
"J��W Sargent,  of   Vancouver,
won broker, intends to apply for per-
���Won to purchase the following de
l>lam"'i Iu'u1h;   Commencing at. a post
lot 'i - '"  "le  S0lltllwe8t  corner   of
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Samuel    S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
Intends  to   apply  for  permission    to
purchase     the
lands
about
197U, and
ake,   thence
Dis-
of  T.   L
two miles west of Haslam j
���    east  SO  chains,   thence;
tlience east 20 chains, thonce1 aoutii 80 chains, thence west 80 chains |
so   chains,   thence    west   60 'thence north 80 chains to the point or
""��� tlience north 10 chains, thence | pommencpment.   and   containing   040
to I     ' '"tins, thence north 40 chains.
rdm of commencement, being tho
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE N'OTICE that   I,   Vernon   V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
1 three miles north of T. Ij. lot 9H> on
tlie west shore of Haslam lake, thenco
north 80 chains, thence west SO chains,
! thence south 80 chains, thence    Sast
following    described   s0 chains to the point of commence-
Commencing at a post planted  mpnt' and containing 640 acres, more
1��   miles  north   of ^L.jot  or less.      ^^ ^
Agent.
^^^^^^^ By D. O'Hara,
Dated February 17, DHL
*>uth
��l>ains
wrthwe
eai
for      corner post of lot applied
���containing 140 acres more or less.
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Reginald   Fitzgerald   Sar-
0, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
ew Westminster Land District.
"let of New Westminster.
K
:i%P
acres more or less.
SAMtJBL S. AUS8,
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
Dis-
Blink      NQTICfi) that Mary Augusta  lands
fled i!~"f Va.n(,o��ver, occupation mar
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Lnnd District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William J
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker; Intend to apply for permission
to purchase tho following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
���  wuicouver, occupation mar . . uoui *���������** ���.���*��� -- w�����lnm
woman, Intends to apply for per-  on tho east shore ot Lake    Hasiam,
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80   chalna
Dam, pipe or flume and pump
(f) The premises on which th>
water is to be used (describe same)*
, Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
| Group 2. known as the Industrial Can
I nery.
(g) Tlie purposes for which the
I water is to be used���Industrial and d>
1 mestie purposes.
Ij) Area of Crown land intended tp
he occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
15th day of February, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are Hlely to be a-
fected by the proposed works, either
above or below tho outlet���None.
Attach copy of such parts   of the
Company's   memorandum  of  association as authorize the proposed application and works.
The   Glen   Rose   Canning   Company
Limited.
(Signature)   J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
(P. O. Address)    New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
(g) To record, divert, take and
carry away, water from any stream,
river and lake ln the Province of Brit-
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Qeo. Adams' Grocery
"The     government      blamed     the
'Friends of the Indians' for stirring uo
tbis matter.    This is not founded on
fact, as the matter has been working
among us for many years before tho
'Friends of the Indians' took   it   up.
Twenty-four years ago the Indians or
the Naas river and Port Simpson addressed the government on this matter, asd eleven years ago the Indians
of Cowichan sent a petition to Ottawa
asking  for a  commission   to  be appointed to look Into the land question.
Five years ago three chiefs went to
England to see King Edward, and two
years ago a deputation of twenty-six
chiefs went to Ottawa.
"We have waited patiently for Ions
years In the hope nnd expectation that
our rights would be recognized, and
justice done to us by the government
of British Columbia. WTe can assure
you that It is a painful matter to see
our lands sold to speculators, whilst
many of our people have not sufficient
land to maintain their families. Trusting that this matter will be submitted
to tbe courts for adjudication without
further delay.'
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.
A
80   chains,   thence   east    .,-   _    	
thence north 80 chains to the point of Ish Columbia, for tlie use of their bu-1
commencement   and   containing    640 ness, and for that purpose   to   erect,
acres more or less. I build, lay and maintain   dams, aque-
CARL WOLF.    | ducts, flumes, or otber conduit pipes
D. O'HARA, Agent, and   to sell   or otherwise dispose of
February 17th, 1911. the same.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
w   RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal (No  9(1).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
Tenders will be received by the undersigned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m. of Monday,
Marcli 20th, 1911, for supplying the
Royal Columbian Hospital, from the
lst of April, 1911, tb March 31st, 1912,
with the following articles:
Bread, white and brown; beef; mutton; milk: drugs; groceries; wood
(slabs), per cord; coal, washed nut;
coal, anthracite; flsh, fresh and salt;
funerals.
Detailed list of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton and fish can be obtained
at the hospital.
Neither the lowest nor any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries and all ln
formation obtainable on application t->
the Lady Superintendent, at the hospital.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary R. C. H.
New Westminster, B.C., March 7, 1911.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
H. W. BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
Applications will be received by tho
undersigned up to 5 p.m. on Monday,
March 13, 1911, for two mounted con-
Stables at a salary of $75 and $80 pei-
month. Horse and equipment be furnished by the municipality.
C. T. SAUNDERS,
C. M. C.
Municipal Hall,
Edmonds, B.C., March 3rd., 1911.    ,'
1  /
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THE DAILV NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH
��. 1111.
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YES!
When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
,     The annual meeting of the Balmoral
A meeting of the hoard    of school   huseball club  will  he  held  tomorrow
trustees wlll ho held this evening.        evening.
Ico cream on band. Ira A. Reid, next      Davles Qreen Houses is the plnee to
tram office,   phone 310. '*    !get bouquets, floral designs, and   all
Kinds of cut flow eis.    I'hone It 208 ���*
Mr. and Mrs. W. Brtfwn returned yes
terday  from California,    where    they
had been holidaying for some time.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay!
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
The Public
Supply Stores
A large number Of Odd Kellows, Kebekahs and friends attended the   first
,. .animal Canton ball and military soiree
The Lutherans ol this city have pin-   (.   g|   r.,ul>,Vs h;)U ,���.((.,-dny.    Dane-
chased  a   lol   at  the  corner  of  Third >v.(_JuM.   ���,,  until  an early  hour
avenue and  Eleventh stfeet, the in-     *   morntBg,
tent Ion being to erect a church ou the
property.
Under the auspices of Local   1639,
l'nited Brotherhood o! Carpenters and
Joiners of America, a Smoker will be
given In Eagles hall on Thursday even
lng of next  week.
Don't forget the auction sale at the
residence of Mis. E, J. Cllne, 703
Agnes street, this morning (Thursday)
at 10 o'clock. T. J. Trapp, auctioneer. *
Five prisoners were brought down
to the B. C. penitentiary yesterday
from the upper country. There were
no long term men in the crowd. Aj
Chinaman, whose destination was the
provincial asylum, came down on the
same train. |
The  best kiln-dried  wood,  a three |
horse load delivered at your shed one]
hour after you order it.   A three horse
load for only 93.00.   Phone 411!.      **
The annual dinner of the South
African campaigners will be held at,
the Dutch Grill, Vancouver, this even-:
ing. Captain Pittendrigh. of this city,
will he one of the guests of honor. I
About a dozen Soutli African veterans,
will attend tlie bani|tiet from Westmin-^
ster. I
The Ladies Aid of Sixth Avenue
Methodist church will hold a sale of i
work called "The Seven Ages of Woman" on Saturday afternoon, April 8.
in the I. O. O. F. hall. Afternoon teaj
will be served and a refreshment table:
conducted by the ladies. A first
class program will be given during the
evening.
The New
Curtain Draperies
Have Arrived
\
CROCKERY
The bousefurnlsliing section Is now at home in Its permanent location at the rear, lefl hand corner
of our new enlarged store. Today we announce the arrival of the new draperies���those which i>���m
now on will be required ln the recurtalnlng and redraplng of windows and nooks and corners of n,.
home. We aro ready to assist you by suggestion and we will take pleasure in BhOWtag you tin- ,,,..v
curtain draperies.
As we have notified the public heretofore, we are
SACRIFICING
Our Crockery
All this week we
Bungalow Nets
25c. to $1.00
per yard
BuDgalow nets are among the
most popular curtain materials
of the season. They are heavy,
strong and durable, are lich an;l
lacey iu appearance; designs
feature stripes, squares, blocks,
etc.
to
A    inches    wide;
Bhown    in    white,    cream   and
1NSURANCL
r&-~9
The ladies of Xew Westminster and
district are cordially invited to attend
tlie Misses Connor & McQuarrie'?.
spring millinary opening at their
rooms, 1 and 2, over T. H. Smith's
store, on Thursday of this week.
Everything  of  tlie  very  latest  Parl'sj       .���.���,     -��� ���.
anl   New  York  shapes and  styles ot.\\7n_     JiaVe    Oil       ScllC
ecru; per yard.
25c to $1.00
Art Sateens
Art Muslins
Cretonnes, Etc.
Never before have we had such
a variety of these much used
draperies, If you are in need of
a supply for cushions, drapes,
couches, door curtains, dust
curtains, window curtains, etc.,
>ou will Iind here a choice sure
to make selection easy. We
want to show them lo you in
the house furnishing section. All
prices, per yard  10c to 50.-.
ladies' head craft to he seen.
Douglas Porter  Swimm. of  \ aslion,' g\f\g\ 1 1   ���,
2U0   dozen   white
Stone China Plates
Two only
COOK STOVES
In first-class
condition
a Bargain
for a few
days
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Corner Sixth and Front Sts.
Wash., is missing from liis home and;
as be has a knowledge of this part of
the country his parents request that'
search be made around    this    dis-'
tiict.     Douglas,  who  is fifteen  years |
old, has brown eyes, dark hair    and
is tall and slender.    He has a blight
I and  large  scar ou tlie  back  of      his j
lleft  hand.
Thomas Connelly was before Police
Judge Edmonds yeslerday morning
on a charge of stealing a watch and
other property belonging to a resident
in a down town hotel the nrevious
day. and having in mind that he had
warned lhe prisoner not twenty four
hours previously to leave the town,
the court passed a sentence of two
years Imprisonment with hard labor.
Three previous convictions were read
a. ainst the prisoner.
The annual convention of the B. C.
Sunday School Association was
brought to a close yesterday evening
in Olivet Baptist church after a series
of successful meetings, during which
Important and interesting addresses
were given. Tlie local officers of the
association were elected at the afternoon session as follows: President,
for second year, ,1, A. Rennie, vice
president, W. T. Reid, secretary
treasurer, M. V. Jenks, executive, all
the clergymen in the city, F. O. Can-
field, B. F. Casselman, A. P. Halliduy
and ,1. C. Loree.
at 50c. a doz.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Princess St.
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
BUENA  VISTA   IS
FORGING AHEAD AS
THE   HOME   SECTION
More attention than ever before la
heing paid to property in and around
Westminster. The growth of the city,
and the Increasing population Is partly
responsible for this, and the new Sapperton tram line has had an Important
influence. Homes are in greater demand and many now houses are going
up. Building operations at. Buena
Vista are pattlcularly active, a number of cosy houses and bungalows now
being under construction, and others
will be commenced as soon as the
donkey engine, men rind appliances
progress with the work of clearing the
property.
Mr, Blunter, vice-president of the
firm of Leibly & Blumer, Inc., who are
the owners of Buena Vista, says that
the sale of lots during the past weelf
has trebled his expectations.
"The enthusiasm displayed by buyers is not surprising," said Mr. Blumer,
"when it is considered that our prices
are away below market. Tlie $:i5 advance in price advertised hy us, goes
into effect tomorrow���then those who
want Buena Vista home, lies will pay
$100 instead of $375. However, our
office will he open tonight until nine'
o'clock to accommodate enterprising
people. I am sure that n lot of them!
will take advantage of this chance to!
get in on tlie ground floor." j
Buena Vista is right on tbe line of i
the new Sapperton wain, tfftt onlv a
few minutes walk from Columbia I
street. It is one of the most beautiful
spots in the whole of British Colum-1
bia for a home, and a splendid Invest-1
ment, being right in the pathway of
I Westminster's progress and growth.   J
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Novelty Curtains
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Curtains which are proving most popular for genera! service
ability and attractiveness. These novelty curtains are unequalled.
They are made of heavy bungalow nets In cream and Arab; 50
Inches wide, three yards long.    They  will  be found  very  suitable
for living rooms, bedrooms, library windows, etc.; per pair $2.25
to $3.50
Muslin Curtain
Materials, 25c.
to 45c. per yard
Materials are fine Swiss mus.
litis, white ground with hemmed
or lace edges; set with Insertions to match; also shown wltb
trimmings in ecru.
-7 Inch widths, per yard 20c
and       25c
38 and    42    inch    widths,   per
yard    40c and 45:
Brussels Net
Curtaining.
40c* per yard
Ecru  Brussels net,    38   In
wide, with hue edge an i Bei
with matched Insertion, Btrong
net;   [ier  yard    40c
Splendid New
Range of
Madras Muslin,
Curtain Fringes
Burlaps, art tickings, lace cu,-
tains, fancy linens, etc Ask *��
see these line*.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
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you ? Let us relieve you of tbat financial worry, by taking a
policy out on your house, furniture, etc.
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_Uie People s Trust Co., Ltd.
W.  F. EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431  Columbia Street, Phone 669
:
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS
Cloverdale Auto Road
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE   !
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:2", *
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6   7,  S  and every   half
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cats leave  New  Westminster for Vnncouuver at 7:20 a. m., 11:20
a. m., and :J:i!0 p. tn.
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K nnd every hour there
after up to 11  p.m., connecting at Kburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every  h��lf
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Cliilliwack���leave New Westminster H a.m. and 6:05 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Klght at Cloverdale, ten acres of the best Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent corner with long frontage on the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE.
Ten acres also fronting on the auto road, equally good land, part
in meadow and part light alder. There is sufficient cleared for buildings and a large garden.
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
F.J.Hart& Co., LMj
Vancouver
Victoria
Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
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Are You Aware
that electric power is available from our mains, which now extend-^
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   slons
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Brunei
Btreet to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   of oui
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications  for electric power service may be made at the c
pany'R local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancoiiv   ,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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