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 BOARD ENDORSES
DYKING SCHEME:
PLAN   TO
RIVERS
BUILD    DAMS   ACROSS
IN   SURREY   IS   FAVOR-
ED_TRANSFER  OF   PRISONERS
IS DISCUSSED.
Will  Rush West.
Toronto, March 17.-Sir Wil-
'���"".""'i-^i".   president   of
V-i ' l(' has announced
'"ai his companj win out a
lar*e force of men al
wesl irom Edmonton
���ouver at once.
: PRESIDENI WHITE
DELIVERS ADDRESS
work
to   Van-
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:
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4   RECENTLY
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preBldenl A. B. White was chairman
0ver 8 full  meeting  of  Hit;   Westmin.
gler board   ot   trade   held   yesterday j
In tin. rooms of that organlsa- .
,i(,n in the city ball and for the best   Lumbe''jack
: two hours the members dis-t
CARELESS ME SWINGING
COSTS A MAN'S LIFE
ELECTED HEAD OF
BOARD OF TRADE GIVES ADVICE TO FELLOW MEMBERS-
OUTLINES  1911   PLANS.
IRANSFER MAILS IN
AT SEA;
DISABLED STEAMER MINNESOTA,
CALLS SADO MARU BY WIRELESS WHEN FOUR DAYS OUT
OF   YOKAHAMA.
������������������������*
��� China Giv
* Pekin. March 17���The Chinese government has declared
its intention of agreeing to the
points at issue with Russia,
and a reply is now being drafted to the recently received
ultimatum.
:;:;*": bill miner has
chance to escape
���
:
���
���
Returning     Home    fron
Woods Is Struck in Le0 by Axe
Wielded  hy Companion.
an
17.���JoBeph
age, hied   to
as a  lesult  of being
axe wielded by a com-
Treherne, Man., March
Van  \ard, 28 years of
death last nlghl
struck by
P anion,
The two young men were on their
Wcli,ISmli^mo,1"-.1-".-'-n    Z
ie  object,  miscalculated
The   axe   veered   and
the   right   leg,
. lessiv   JrtC0!2f?^.ta. -winging care
1 the  distance
struck   Van  Xard  in
severing an artery.
Before medical aid could
moned the victim was dead.
be sum-
LEARNS   TO   READ   AT
Oldest
59.
Pupil    Ever   Educated
Louis School Quits.
St. Louis, Mar- h 16.���C  H
er. who was
St.
Kooneck-
taught to read and write1 propositi i,      :.::,��� .:
m tne evening classes at the   Blow
school in Carondelet this winter is be-
ueved to be the oldest pupil ever edu-
cated  in the public   schools   of   st
LOUiS,
caned ths various ways and means
,',., the city would benefit
tbrpugb tbi offices ot the board.
II, Burnaby hoard of trade wrote
Bt Isngtl) "Ith reference to the con-
jeylng ol prisoners from either
,i,i town oi Vancouver to Westmin-
|le, 1Ul,i ... ted that as the matter
���s pot ' ol) an inconvenience lo the
.,..,:_��� tra on the B, C. E. It. cars
irried these prisoners, but was
also an insult to the men who were
being so conveyed, some action should
betaken by the board of this city and
jt l,ai been thought thai by the pur-
Muilng ol b special vehicle for this
purpose Bhould be done at once by the
authorities whose duties it were to see
put prisoners and passengers alike
should be treated in the right manner.
Tlie meeting endorsed the    Burnaby
proposal.
Contradicts  Report.
\V. H. Gilley took occasion to contradict the re; ort  that  had appeared In
a local evening paper that  steamers
rtlch had i ",ll(' "i1 t,ie   river   had
drawn twenty-four feet of water.    He
would BUggest   that   the   members  Of
tne board hire a launch and lake   a
trip to the mouth  of  the  river  and
then they would  see  for  themselves
that at most twenty-one feet was the
Although  the suggestion afterwards took the  form of a
I notion there was no seconder, but the
I Batter will be further pursued by the
committee whi h has charge ot this
:, h of the board's wotk.
Petition to Government.
T J Sullivan, H B. Smith
and il. Bw the dyking commissioners of ( ��� rdale, appealed to the
erem e to the move un-
de;��;,;. to approach the department ol
public works at Ottawa, so that 12,0 10
W he reclaimed. The
��� .���:���: ��� ���  ;. follows:
To Hon. William Pugsley, minister of
., us. Ottawa.
���   is   in   the   interests   of
j the development of the municipality of
Surrey that there    should    be    con-'
i .-������. ��� I a cement ''am in each of the
l.lcome.l and Serpentine  rivers    on
I the line of the Elgin road so that the
land in these two valleys may be re-
Imed trom the damage caused   to
them by the tidal overflows, and a-i
t'is will ne essltate the  closing    of,
these two rivers  at   these  points to
lhe navigation ol ships; ' 	
Therefore, be it resolved that the
tt'sstmlnster : ard of trade heartily March 17, Saint Patrick's Hay. llm -
endorse the BCheme of reclaiming roo ! llivin bless the hhoys '. Ever
these two valleys by the construction been In the Emerald Isle on this
of the said dams. We would therefore memorable day? Xo ? Education
respectfull; request that you grant the neglected, lt has Andrew, tieorge
petition of the Surrey dyking com- and David beaten to a frazzle in the
missioners for permission to construct opinion of Irish men and women.
the sail dams. Peculiar tiling it is ihat a groat uum.-
Scheme Is Good One. her ol emigrants from thu disthresLlul
Mr. Bose, one of the commissioners, counthry prefer to leave the isle   on
*as present, and explained in detail  that day so thut iu after years there
may be no doubt as to the actual time
of wiping the mud of thu native laud
from  i heir feet.
Mr. Roenecker was born In Missouri
in 1861, is fifty-nine years old. came
recently to St. Louis, and never before had educational advantages He
entered the Blow evening school on
October 10 last unable to read words
of one syllable, and started in the
class in the llrst reader. He made fair
headway In reading and also learned
to write.
A few days ago he sent a postal card
to Prof. .1. I.. Hankston. in charge of
the evening school, stating that he had
secured a job as a nlghl watchman,
which would make it necessary for
him t ' i|t.it his studies in school.'
A. K. White, the newly elected president of the board of trade, tilled the
big chair at the monthly meeting yesterday celling, it being hls first
chance of pi .siding over tlie assemblv.
As is customary, the president, delivered an Introductory address relating to board of trade work and
plans for the current year. Mr. White's
address follows:
Gentlemen,���By   way   of beginning
the  vcar's work. I  have noted a    few
points upon whicli i wish to   sneak
briefly.
I think it will be profitable for   us'
to  consider  the  status  of  our-hoard
as   an   institution   bj   the   community,
and to obtain, If possible, a clear idea1
as to Just what it  stands for.    It is
a voluntary association of professional
men, business men, and. I am glad to
say, not a few mechanics, whose object  is  to further to the  utmost the
general good of the community, piim-
arily  from  a commercial  standpoint.
The board is not a philanthropic association in the common acceptance of
that term���though all business should
lie   philanthropic,   and   certainly   all
philanthropy should be business-Mke���
but, as I regard it, a strictly business!
for    instance,'
pertaining    to   social,   religious,   or
political  affairs,  I   would   take  to  be
outside  of the  proper sphere  of  ths
board,      there    being    other      media
through which they can be better deal;
wiih.    The board dees not undertake
the advancement of the community in
all of its concerns and  interests, but
it does undertake to advance the    interests  of  the   whole   community     in
everything   pertaining   to   commercial
pi ogress,   and   will   anyone   say   that
Victoria, Marcli 17.���Called by wiie
less from the disabled Hill liner Minnesota when four days out of Yokohama, the steamer Sado Main, which
arrived yesterday, transferred the
malls from the damaged steamer in
mid-ocean, oil being use! to smooth
the rough seas while the lifeboats,
idled with lis:; hags of mail, were
brought alongside.
Assistant     Purser    Ford,    of     the
Minnesota,  suffered    a  crushei    foot
while heing  hauled  a
Marti.
��� ������������������������������ �����.��.��.��.
FL'N SERVICE FROM
MUM Tfl GERMANY
GEORGIA JAIL IS RAMSHACKLE
AFFAIR. NOT BUILT FOR DANGEROUS PRISONERS���CONVICT
RELATES   LIFE   STORY.
a
Six Passenger  and
An Interesting Interview with "Old
Bill"  Miner, the most famous
bandit  of the present day.
train
r  who  was
Freight  Steamers  recently sentenced to serve a twenty
to  Ply  From  Montreal, With  Ac-    i year 8en,ence in the Gainesville peni-
commodation   for   Emigrants.
tentiarv.
by
VICTORIA WOMEN'S COUNCIL
CONDEMNS TRADE  MARRIAGES
Victoria, March 16.���The subject of
"commercia'izing" marriage came up
for discussion at the regular monthly
meeting of the Local Council of Worn-
Ment real, March 18.���Six passenger
board the Sado an ' fle>Sl>t Steamers, farming a direct
'weekly service between Cermanv and
Canada, is the latest feature announced far the approaching Bhlpplng
season, The steameis will tie run under the direction of the Canada Line
and will ply from the ports of Hamburg, Bremen and Kotterdam to Que-
was seemed a few days at
a newspaper man who was permute I to speak with the notorious outlaw
for ahout an hour. The article will
be read with interest by the thousand-;
ol persons in this city who were
sonally acquainted
Robin Hood.
per-
with the modern
bee and Montreal.
.,   he. I   yesterday   afternoon,   when [ p�� ��*SS��! oftffS&S
Go,don requested the council to   trade to the Port of Montreal up toUic
present and the prospects of an. even
greater influx of immigrants from Europe. Thla class of passengers win b��
provided for by ample third class accommodations on the six steamers.
With one exception the steamers of
the new service win make their maiden voyages to Montreal during the
coming spring, beginning with the
Barcelona, which will sail from Ham
burg on March 24. Following her will
he the Samhad. Pisca. Willehad, Gothland ani Witteking. The only steamer which has cal'ed here previously is
the Willehad, wliich, along with "the
Wittekind
Mrs.
signify its keen disapproval of the proposed scheme of bringing women to
Canada. The matter had been alluded
to in the local newspapers and extended notices of it had appeared in
the English papers.
^peaking from personal observation
of the practice. Mrs. Gordon said that
evil results had followed its adoption
in the neighboring states. Marriage
by correspon 'ence was not likely to
have an uplifting effect upon the community, and she thought that there
was great reason to f^ar that Canadian citizenship would be degraded by
the method of commyrciali7ine; marriage which was the essence of the
proposed scheme.    She contended that
Here is the story sent out from
Gainesville:
In the condemned cell of the county
lail heie is contined the most remark
able man ever convicted In the
Georgia courts, and one of the mos
notable criminals in the history or
crime on this continent. He is none
other than the famous Bill Miner, the
train robber, the "lifer" who escape-I
from Westminster penitentiary ia
British Columbia a couple of vears-
ago, after serving three years of his.
term for attempting to rob a C P R
train near Ducks, B. C. His escape',
coming alter a long period of model
conduct during which he professed
Christianity, caused a great sensation
in Canada at the time, and even le 1 to
a debate in the House of Commons at
Ottawa.
A Study in Psychology.
Bill Miner is a study in psychology.
A man of Iron nerve and desperate
courage, he never took lire in all his
wild career, uot even when the door n��
has   been   in    the    North
German  Lloyd  service.    The Samhad   liberty would have opened before him.
,. , , and  Gothland  belonged   to   the   Hed   His course has been marked by deeds
the only  safe way  to found   a  home,   SUir Hne. and ,he paroelonla ;ind Plsca  0f spontaneous kindness and a benevo-
apart altogether from the religious a-   ,0 the Hamburg-American. I lence   as  reckless  as  his  crimes.     A
there is any individual or class of in-   pect of the case, was upon mutual af ;  . . ,  uule  m;in   un(k,rpl./C(i and of    sli m
dividuals in a community who are not   fection.    It   was  agreed  to   refer  the Shot Himself in Skating Rink. build    with   grizzled   grey   moustache
concerned  in. or aie not  affected by   matter to the immigration committee      Grand Forks.    N.  1... March    If,���  and steelv eves   his life's story read^
the commercial prosperity of the com-   for report. ! Despondent over being    thrown    over  stranger than fiction, as the following
inanity "    '  ,Ui"k no<- Mrs   McNaughton.  president of the  by a 14-year-old girl with whom lie hid  account, gleaned mostly (rom his own
SEVENTEENTH OF IRELAND
IS ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Erin Go Bragh, Hivin  Be Praised, All
the  World  Loves an Oirishman
Today, Bedad !
The board then is what its name in- Vancouver Local Council, who along
dicates���a hoard of trade. Us purpose with Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Raven-
is to advance not the particular in shill had interviewed the government
terest I of any class, but the conimer- earlk" in the day with a proposal that
cial interests of the city or community there should be established in the proas a whole. vince a home for young girls who were
In Germany, whose commerce is sentenced by the courts for some of-
probably more thoroughly organized fence, was then introduced. Prior to
than that of any other country in tho speaking of the cause wliich she had
world, boards of trade or chambers of espoused, Mrs. McNaughton referred
commerce are semi-official, with a to the necessity for co-operation be-
compnlsory contributing membership, tween Vancouver and Victoria in the
and they exercise a huge share of work they had undertaken, as she con-
control of transportation and other tended that the united representations'
matters close';, aft'eetiug their tisi- of the province would always be more
ness development    In our own cabe. effective than the representations of a1
single body. /
Regarding the necessity for a girl's
hotii.',  other   than    the   common   Jail, i
Mrs.   McNaughton  said   It   was   very
pressing.    To place a young girl  who)
had been guilty of some mis demeanor
been keening comnany. Roland Monroe, of Kmerson, Man., who came here
last night with the Kmerson hockey
team, committed suicide in tlie rink by
shooting.
WILL HAVE TOWNSITE
EVERY SEVEN MILES
we  can   only   use  our   influence,  but,
provided we i'o so wisely iind rightly,'
"he
the present position
Mr. Peebles was of the opinion that
this wns one ui the greatest improvements ever suggested in this district.
Tie splendid riches which are there
It has been said by some wise geeks
that the Saint���who was, by tbe way,
we to a large extent lost by tho inrush  originally   of   Scottish  descent���con-
of Uie waters and it is Impossible to quered snakes and    other    domestic
do anything until    these    dams   are
pets, and yet if you ask a broth of a
boy the morning after the night before when his throat is dry and hc
feels, well, anyhow, if he's seeing
snakes, he gets leal crassy and some
have been known,���but not In Westminster- to e\eii go the length of sug-
ges'lng a stand-up argument upder the
it was brought out old time prize ring rules. And till the
there are time J'OU merely meant It as a compliment.
But In a serious vein, Saint Patrick's Hay is a wonderful institution
In thc land over the seas, and lf those
who are supposed to have their patron
saints would hut take a leaf from the
our  scope Of  usefulness  will  not
less. ,
I  have said that  the board of trade
is a business proposition, and I want
to sav further that membership in the
board  is  a   business  proposition.  The
share of anv business man or property
owner of this city, in the geneial bene-  ten
tits resulting from the  work of    th-
board,   will   amply    repay   hlm.   ***���
dividuallv. Tor the time and expense-
involved in membership.   Let no man
Imagine that he is sacrificing himselt
in belonging    to the    board    and
Spending    a    reasonable    amount
time in Its work.
There are a number of men in
Westminster, not members of this
hoard, who ought to be; who seem
participate In the
de
Stations This Summer���Announcement Made by Manager.
covered, but no trace of the missing
trio  could  be found.    A careful    and
never-relinquishing    search    was    instituted, but nothing could be learned
of the escvod three, and finally the
case was t lined over ta the Pfnkerton
agency, who could do nothing to   relieve the situation.
The grizzled old scamp does not admit that he received any outside or
in
of
Winnipeg, March 1".���E. J. Cham-
along with hardened criminals was to herlain, general manager of the Grand
make all attempts at reform abortive.   Trunk   Pacific,   announced    yesterday
ICven the police knew tills fact and of-   thai   his   company   would   erect    140   	
at her than run the risk of ruin- railway stations for the new townsites (nside help in his escape. He says he
ing the lives of girls, thev refrained to be laid out this summer. Fifteen went to California after fleeing from
from arresting them when "thev would of these wlll be on the line running Canada, and to secure funds, held m��
be well within the law in doing so. east from Prince Rupert, a townsite and robbed a stage coach. He secured
The consequences of refraining from being located every seven miles,
making the arrests was also disastrous The balance will be placed on the
to many cases, for the glrlB did iot not  main Hue in the three prairie pro.-
then get the lesson which it was neces-  inces. 	
their
instilled   Into
FIND   SWARM   OF   BEES
IN   FURNACE   AIR
BOX
quite
etected. I he heavy tides cut the land
o'fertile soil in an almost cruel man-
Mr and the movement stinted by the
commissioners was worthy of the
strongest suptort from the Westmlns'er board.
The matter was discussed from
fv��rj angle and
��at the boats which pass
'** in number and that the construe-
jion of the dams was of far greater
���I��rt;uir. ,hau the ci0b|ng of the
u" would he to the barques, lt was
KK thut tht. ministers ln the east
pass   alone   on   this   proposal
.,  willing to
good  accomplished, but  who are de- .
cldedlv   backward  about  contributing
an? assistance.    1 hope our energetic
membership committee  will    account
for some of these during the year
1 will refer here to the work of
only of our standing  committees.
The membership committee, ibis
should he tbe hardest working committee of the board. There are new
members to be secured; the attendance at regular meetings to be Increased and maintained, and a ipllit ,.,.,���
of loyalty on the part of members to (1)e government to establish a girl s
the hoard and Its work, to be fostered.   home
sary  should  he
minds. I
She had the assurance of the chief
of police of Victoria that many girls
��_v:hi""��";to".IA* *""""'��a'"*1 w w��"'"-'���*-*-'*""-""''""B��mi"",E"e w"��
commended the work of the boys' in
South Norwalk, Conn., March  15.
enough booty to Insure himself a trip
across the world In perfect luxury.
"I then made my way to Europe,
where I spent about six months," be
savs, "returning to America, where I
went 'dead broke' from giving a poor
widow most of my money In order U��
send her daughter to Hot Springe
Arkansas, for a treatment which
ure her of a seemingly hope-
dustrial school, and said that a slmi-
here to the work of two ,ar p|are for g|r|8 would supply a
great want. She did not think that
there was any need of an expensive institution. A modest but early start
was what wns necessary
everv nook and cranny of the   place town ������
and   drive   the   family   out.      It was His Life 8tory.
found that the bees came up the hot ..Let (lg bppin at the beginning," he
air pipes from the heater and this led ��,ai(,   ln relating the   details   of   hi*
to the discovery that a swarm of bees pl(,tnres(iue life.   "1 was born in   the
was housed In the air box above the fam|iv 0| a prosperous and law-abiding
lire pit of the furnace.   It was neces-  farmpr
��v ��   " -""   U,e  mMUD8  r^lhS ��?��? SfM"?  J*i Cme Hi, when. ���Ke the *n
In  Howling Green,  Kentucky,
1S43.    1 attended school
endorsed the action of the Vancouver
Women's Council in seeking the aid of
These matters I tommend to tte care
;,"' "hen  the  work   was  completed  book of the real downright- n-ea.nest ; cotia|deration  of  this commtttM
"fe would he found that the com- irishman who loves his country better I    The aRrlcu,tural commtttee^Situated
"���ikraers had a(,ted ln Ule hegt ln.  than   his  life,  there  would  be  a lot        Westm|nster *^*��3*&,xl
ot evervono    tv.��� .,��..., ir.., ����  more wholesome people enjoying theli |   .h agricultural    district    ot widely
. existence today.                                       | varicd production and enormous pos
There  Is  no   part   of  thc   civilized I    ..-_ ~* ,i��������,ir.>,m.nt   it seems to
��� ""Pieating "that some" action world today where an Irishman Is not
�����ken by the hoard with reference having the time o his life. Worry
Removing of the customs house at and times of trouble may behis fo
g"Pove to the boundary line. At the other 364 days of the WW
^conclusion of what it was hinted March 17 Is religiously set apart or a
at doing. Ed ni.���i.t i-'- ���i m,���n���r   lo'llflcatton      when    the    dear    little
RUDE TO DOMINION.
acted in the best ln-
: everyone;   The petition was
nearuiy endorsed.
A deal of time was occupied by
Says the British Government Has Outraged Canadian Interests.
Deptford, March  16.���Hon. William
Peel. In    an    address   at a   political
IN  NEED OF  IMMIGRANTS.
"i,-, Ed. (ioulet, in a cool manner,
'a the meeting that everything was
thin       ^Mtion   marked   O.   K.  as
���ngs were now all ln a satisfactory
tho    r.-11'1 "'ere need he no fear that
.   60, confiscate motors, horses and
wes and countless other things.
. Postal System.
temtn*"" man>  ways the p08tal 8ys'
n Westminster was In a bad way
'^mediate action will be the re-
the strong move started  last.
Two   year9   ago   fonyi-seven
s.,'t.   l"'^* hild ��'Pen installed and lt.
.      ' ��� '" be the consensus of opinion
.     the;   were now little or no use
1;h !," ' "''ens.   The board had move.1
r for an improvement, but the
then    shown    had    not   been
! and the time for action was
There   were   no   special
Continued on Page Five.)
alhillties of development, it seems
me that this board should have from gathering here said that the Asquith
time to time the fullest possible In- government had outraged Canala in
'formation as' to the facts of this de interest as well as in sentiment. He
velonment whether the progress Is added that If ministers had been un-
forward or backward, what lines it Is nhIe to respond to Canada's appeal for
following and what lines it might preference they needed not have
Shamrock is duly drowned, but_ J*hy [.^ advantape be encouraged and as-(���on^ttOUUL^ ^ ^ ^^ ^   j��_^^\hm  imperiou^ need
Australia  Unable with Present Population to Fulfil Her ^estiny.
Melbourne,    Marcli    lfi.���Hon.    W.
Murray, premier of Victoria, in   discussing the report    of    Rear-Admiral
been  Henderson on the    building    of    the
Australian navy, says that It bas em-
S|ilt of
���Ight
tnis custom of drowning an Innocent
sprig Is one of those things only an
Irishman can (sometimes) tell.
And speaking of Shamrock, there
will be heaps of the real article on
sale at the market this morning, with
Florist Harry Tidy ta'.ting money In
exchange. Tidy emphatically states
that his greenstuff is the genuine
Irish, and not. oxalis.
sisted to follow
'   This. -
five subject of investigation,  and
This Should constitute a very attrac preaBed conviction that lames J. HU.. ^JJ��g��t of asP��r��ted A���*
'    1   whom he described as the "American trallan linmig. iuuu ^        mnnwe!iitii
1 Railway King." was at the bottom of ^^^mm^S*7
(Continued on  Page  Five.)
the reciprocit ytreaty.
���������������������������������������������J
Ice Breaks.
Port Arthur, March IT.���The
ice in the harbor, with the assistance of a high wind and an
Ice breaking tug, has broken np
and a channel is now clear for
navigation.
Big Fishery Concern is
Sold For $1,500,000������������������������������ ���
Seattle. March 17.���According to
statements made yesterday evening
by responsible persons, the Morgan
and Guggenheim Interests, controlling
stockholders In the Northwest Fishet-
cago concern.
The Northwest Fisheries interests
are mostly In Alaska, but. this city is
the homeport of the boats.
The financial consideration la ln
the neighborhood of a million and   a
nearly a hundred pounds of the bwt ]'or'|tv 0f boys, 1 became Imbued with
clover honey in the air box. This (he jever ,0 go west. In company-
netted Peters $25, enough to pay for wUh (wo of my V)oy friends, I mads.
the repair of his furnace. The house ff.. Texus g0|nR 0n through to Call
had been unoccupied for five years be- fornia where my first robbery was
fore Peters purchased it, and the bees turned. Becoming short of funds, we
had lived in the furnace all that time.  fmind  ourselves  In  a  hole, so  they
put It up to 'Bill,' as they called me."
Miner at once suggested train rot>-
bery, and as this meant another series
of ndventures to the trio of runaway's.
they at once began putting the plan
Into effect, and the authorities at ti
prominent California county seat wet��
notified one day, shortly afterwards,
that a stage coach had been held unto about the nerviest style ever witnessed, and that $75,000 was stolen.
Miner says he gave the majority or
the booty to his friends and secure;!
them jobs, going Into the vocation oi
mining. He was never caught for
that flrst hold-up.
After finding the trick so easy, tit*
robbed several stage-coaches, many ol
the jobs being    turned    by    himself
alone.   He was very successful, until
he struck San Quentin, Oregon, wheroi
he was caught to the attempt to ror>
'a stage. The only reason given for ht*
capture wns that he gave up rather
than shoot a fellow man, the driver..
and Bill Miner doesn't regret hte act.
ns yet, for his skirts are aa clear of
murder as an angel's are ef dirt.
A Twenty-flve Year Sentence.
to the San Quentin cowrts  he wait
Succumbs to Injuries.
Vancouver   .March 17.���H.   Evans,
who   w?s run   over   by an   auto on
Thursday, succumbed to his injuries
at the hospital yesterday afternoon
������������������
��� ���������������������*   ies company, have sold out to a Chi- half dollars.
Supplementary Estimates
Ottawa, March 17���Supplementary estimates brought
down in the House yesterday
afternoon totalled over two und
a half million dollars.
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Upa, shows  how  he escaped:
Miner's escape from British Columbia was undoubtedly due to the
fact that he behaved extraordinarily
well in prison, and made friends with
everyone he came in contact with. One
afternoon, just after the prisoners luwl
been sent out to their respective-
duties, the escape call was sounded,
and guards were sent out, as Miner
and three other prisoners had been
found  missing.    A   large tunne', ruu-
  I nlng under the high wooden wall thai
I surrounds  the  prison  yards    into    ,i
G. T. P. Plans Erection of 140 Railway  ,,8tch  of shrubbery  beyond, was dis-
(
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  17, 10l,
Wants
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Windsor hotel.   Good wages,
WANTED���WE HAVE TO LOAN
$20,000, amounts of $500 upwards,
P. Peebles, 620 Columbia Sired
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TROUSER
maker. Apply .1. N. Aitchlson, Columbia street.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
TWO LOTS, 132 feet frontage on
Sixth street, in:; feet deep. Price
$6300j $2000 cash, balance fi, 12 and
IS nionlhs. This is cheap property.
Xo. is::.       n
FOUR fine lots on Edinburg street,
close io Fourteenth. Price $2600.
No.  lh::.
ONE     AND     A     HALF     acres     on'
Eighth    avenue,    $6000.    This    will
make Ion good lots worlh ,|7"'ii ouch.
No. 192. n
Liniments Won*!
Cure Lame Back
WANTED���AN   OFFICE   BOY    FOR
real estate 01'i'ice.    Apply Diamond
& Corbould, Lavery block.
BURNABY-
nue. onlv
er.
-Two view lots Third av��-
S500 each; nothing cheap-
GIN PILLS WILL���Ss Bis
Gentleman Testifies
WANTED ��� THOROUGHLY GOOD
housekeeper. Apply in person Immediately to F. T. Cliff, East Uurnaby.
GOOD modern Six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
SiMli sireet, $3600, $600 cash,
balance over two years.    No. 62.
GOOD six-room bungalow or Fifth
avenue,  close   in;   lot. (ifi.\132;   price
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper, They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co..
Ltd. Call sfio. Hox 1003. if yoa
prefer, order ihem with your lumber through   Small  *   Bucklin.
$2650.    Xo.
.Il
FOR   SALE.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY j
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  680. New  Westminster
MACCALLUM BROS.
POR SALE���160 ACRES OF GOOD
land, wiili one mile water frontage
on main channel Kraser river; on.'-
half miles  from  ('.  N.  It-, one-third   NINE- TENTHS of an acre, all cleared,
mile from C, P. R., one and one-half j     corner Second and Durham streets.
miles from II. C. E.  It.    Price $150,     This    will    subdivide   into    several
per acre.    $4500  cash,  balance  live
or six years at  T per cent.    Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South West-:
minster.    Plione F570.
nice lots.   Price $3000;   .Had cash;
balance terms.
KOH SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 2.6
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.
Kerr, Xew Westminster, 11. C.
AN    eight-room    modern    house,   fine
view, on  Eleventh  street, close   to
terms.
Fifth avenue,    Price $4200;
COR SALK���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 4-cylinder Cowie ent-
pine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and has only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once, ''rice $600. Apply W. J.
Kerr, Xew Westminster B. C.
SIXTH avenue���A modern house with
furnace, six rooms. Price $3250;
$1000 cash; balance three years at
7 per cent.
A  NEW six-room house, cor. 7th avenue and Sixth streets.   P.ice $11500
$1500 cash;  balance two years.
SEVENTH avenue���A new seven-
room house. Price $3000; balance,
terms.
FOK SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and liarness, can lie seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable,  for quick sale, $120.
A MODERN six-room house in good location, one block from Queen's
park. Price $2650; $500 casli, balance as rent or to suit.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE, 1"
rooms; possession May 1. Call 111
Agnes Btreet.
TO RENT���LARGE, WELL Fl'UX-
ished front room; suitable for two
gentlemen.    TO". Agnes street. ,
TO KKXT���A FIVE-ROOM MODERN
house, bathroom,  washhouse. wood-1
liouse, etc., moderate rent. Enqulre|
813 Fourteenth street, above Kight'i
avenue.
TO RENT���BIGHT ROOMED HOUSE)
on First street and Eighth avenue.
Rent $12 per mouth.   Apply Mr. Cor-
dell, SOS Sixth street.	
FOR RENT ���FURNISHED ROOM'
for one or two genltemen. Apply j
513 St. George street.
SAPPERTON���An eight-room hous��,
modern, with furnace, nice view.
Lease for one year to run; $3200;
$1000 cash, balance terms.
LUMSDBN, Sask.
"I have suffered much from Lame
Back and Soreness across the Kidneys,
and ued to apply liniments to relieve
the pain until I was told to try GIN
PILLS. Now, lam never without them.
Aa soon pal feel the weakness comin .
on, 1 at otice start to take C.IN-PII.J..
and a very few doses relieve mc, but I
continue to take them for sometimes
two weeks at a time that they mav c'.o
tlieir work. I heartily recommend GIN
PILLS to anyone suffering fr^m Lame
Back or Weak Kidneys."
A. B. Sparks.
Lame Back i-i simply thc pain caused
bv weak, b;rained or sick kidneys. ('.IN
PILLS heal and cure Kidneys. G1X
PILLS relieve thc Bladder, und" regulate
tho Urine. That's why the pain in the
lnck disappears when tou take GIX
PILLS, 50c. a box, 6 for ��2.50 and
money refunded if GIN PILLS fail to
relieve you. Sent on receipt of price if
your dealer will not supply them.
National Drug& Chemical Co. Dept. B.
C.       Toronto.
National Lazy Liver Tills keep the
bowels regular, the stomach sweet and
th^ skiu clear.    25c. a box. *���->
HAMILTON     STREET ���Two     large
lots,  $050  each,  one-third  cash.
LONDON STREET���Four lets at $525
each, one-third cash, balance easy.
PORT MANN lots in our subdivision
are selling rapidly. Call and get
particulars.
MACCALLUM BROS.
Smith Block.
Room 3. Columbia Street.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
LOST.
LOST���FOX TERRIER PUP WITH
Mack 1 cad and three black spots 01
his back ner tail. Finder please
notify Johnston's Big Shoe House,
Limited.
EDMONDS���Block of four lets close
to B. C. E. R. station, each 66x155,
roads back and front and alongside;
$1400 the block; one-thitd cash.
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LES-
sons ,lady (certificated, Trinity college of London, England), has vacancy for two or three more pupils.
Beginners thoroughly grounded:
terms from 25c per lesson. Apply
M. L, this office.
CITY���Beautiful home, modern house
on concrete foundation, c mmaud'ng
location in hest part of city and
close in; on corner lot, 86x132;
$8500; one-half cash, balance over
two  years.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watchea tor Lall. s from |1Z.7t
���P.
Sliver Watches, genu' open face
���6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
��7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgir
sWatchwS.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocer;
Bank of Montreal
EDMONDS���Two corner lots on constructed road, within one block of
car station, each 6t>xl65; $1300 the
two; one-quarter cash, balance 6, 12
and 18 months.
EIGHTH AVENUE���One and one-half
acres In west end on Eighth avenue,
affording profitable investment for
anyone subdividing; $5000; one-third
cash, balance over 18 months. \
CUMBERLAND    STREET���Block    of
eight lots, each 0fixl32, lane at rear;
$100 each; one-third cash, balance
easy.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
613 Columbia Street.
Bill Miner Has
Chance to Escape
(Continued from Page One.)
Notice to Contractors
sentenced to twenty-flve years, liow-
ever, on good behavior, he only served
nine and was freed. When he In-
hulcd the breath of liberty, he found
himself short of funds. Three days
afterwards a promlnenl express company pf Oregon found themselves
$26,000 short from a safe rifled near
San Prancisco, on the 'Frisco road. A
few weeks later found Bill Miner In
tUe mining cam] s of Australia.
"i wus never caught for thai robbery, and nol even Buspected," be says
proudly,
.Miner  went   from  Australia  lo Turkey, and made the acquaintance of n
slave dealer, who carried him around
on his various slave-buying trips.
From Turkey to Australia.
Alter touring about Australia, making monej in the mining camps, he
went to Europe, and Anally, growing
tired of foreign countries, returned to
America, where he mined extensively,
The love of adventure came back, an i
shortly after his return another express irain was robbed of a huge sum
in Oregon, and Miner was suspected.
lie fled, travelling from const to coast
In luxurious parlor cars, staying at tho
best hotels in the large cities, und occupying a box in sonic big theatre
every night.
His life of luxury, however, soon
came to a termination. His funds
grew short, and he had no means of
accumulation, so ho began to hobo
his way back to the west, where he
travelled on burros, slept in woods Of
hollow logs, his pipe and plug his only
consolations. Truly, his life was Like
a gambler's purse.
Life  Sentence in  Canada.
Miner soon wearied of life in a
miner's camp, and he decided to
again hit the trail of "the dynamited
safe." In 1906, he. with two others,
held up and robbed a Southern Pacific mall and express train near San
Quentin, Oregon. He was Buspected
of being the leader in the hold-up.
and was carefully watched. He crossed into Canada and was soon caught
for the attempted robbery of a C. P.
U. train near Hacks. Hritish Columbia.
This came near being his undoing, and
"Old Hill" Miner was arrested, tried
and sentenced for life in the Westl
minster penitentiary, ln Hritish Columbia.
After his escape and visit to Europe,
he returned to mining in America.
"I came to a small Oregon town on
the eve of Thanksgiving,"   he   said,
"with a large amount  of du.-t.  I  stepped Into a store and bought a cigar. A
nicely  dressed man  came in  and began "ordering    a    large    amount   of
groceries.    My curiosity  was aroused,
iind 1 inquired for whom he was buying so many eatables,    lie stated he
1 was a member of the relief committer
j of his town, buying groceries    for    a
', dinner to the place's poor, for Thanks
j giving.    1 pulled out  my  bag of dust,
' and scraping a small amount into    a
tobacco sack, handed  the remainder
over to the   groceryman,    and    said.
"Here, pardner. take this iind give the
poor people all it'll buy.' "
That broke Miner iind he went into
an adjoining   state   and    held up   a
stage coach.    Shortly    thereafter    he
spent every cent he had in trying   to
educate two young struggling hopefuls
whom he met in his travels.
A Clerk  in  Philadelphia.
Upon  arriving In  Pennsylvania    In
1909, he got a job with a lumber concern in Philadelphia in the electrical
department,    and    made    good.      He
stayed with them until the spring of
I'JH), when he met with a young man
named  Hunter,  to whom he took    a
decided fancy.   They roomed togethe-
until one day the feverish desire for
excitement was too much for Miner,
and he persuaded  Hunter to go with
him on the road.   They left for Geo-
gla, worked at saw mills and picked
up odd jobs here and there, walking
and   hoboing   part   of   tlie   time,  and
when a small stake was accumulated,
j taking to the cushions, until they got
I to Virginia, where they met a young
I fellow named Hanford, to whom they
; outlined their plans.    Hanford left his
parental threshold    and    joined    the
party.
The Culminating Robbery.
They then cume to Hula, Ga.,
where they secured employment with
a sawmill, with which they worked for
about two months, leaving one night
about dusk, to he seen no more for
some time. Thc following morning,
about four o'clock, authorities at. Hula
a    darin;;  robbery
CLOSE IN corner on Twelfth street,
comprising two lots 50x132 approximately; a future business location;
$.500.
GOOD west   end   corner,   comprising
three large lota; $1S00; good terms.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
t4awfoundland, anu ln London, Eng-
Und, New York, Ch'tago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1  and upward, j REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
EXCELLENT double corner in Sapperton, close to Columbia street
line;    $1250. ���
LARGE CORNER LOT with small
house, west end, close to car line;
$1800;  good terms.
706 Columbia Street.
Tenders are Invited for the erection
and  completion  of a  six  storv  steel
frame and concrete office building  to I were  notl,led  of
be erected  on  Columbia  street,  Xow   committed upon the express car of tin
Westminster,    for   The    Westm'ins er   Southwestern Limited, of the Southern
Trust Co., Ltd. "    I railway;  the big jortable safe having
Plans and specifications can be had   been looled and a larS>�� amount taken.
at the offices of the architects, Messrs    T,le ,liree employees of  the sawmill
I Gardiner & Gardiner, New  U'estmin-  dl(1 not return for work that nwrnin*.
ster. I    But   no   one   suspected   that   tho
Tenders close on Wednesday, 2_th  notorious Bill Miner was at    his old
Marcli, at noon.    The lowest, or   any  Kame-    The work of blowlnB ,he saf';
tender not necessarily accepted. appeared  to  he crude,  and  susplelo.i
^.^__��_______ I was directe.l at local  men,    untll    a
���   man about seventy years of age was
P.   PEEBLES I caught   by   two   mountaineers   near
! Gainesville, as a suspect.
S'N/~,V~" ~v~>'v~-.~s~v~w/\^_* |     jje wag bought to town, where   a
THREE lots corner of Eighth   street   large  party  of  railroad  and  express
facing Moody Square,
on good terms.
SAPPERTON-
per month.
-Lots $50 cash and  $10
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
/NEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BUYMNER. Manager.
4T PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THF  DAILY  NEWS
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Q. Gardiner)
J     , ARCHITECTS
i Koom 6, Westminster Trust Building
I New Westminster, B. C.
Phont 661 Residence Phone 133
LOT on Princess street near Fourth
street.   Price $700, on terms.
WEST END LOT8���Lot on Nanaimo
street, near Sixteenth street. Price
$850, on good terms.
Price $3100 officials were awaiting arrcBts, and tho
prisoner was declared by a Plnkerton
detective to be "Old Bill" Miner. The
suspect kept a closed mouth and
would reveal nothing, but the two
other men captured confessed, arid Implicated Miner us being the leader. In
town Miner wbb tlie target for thousands of curious eyes, anxious to get. a
glimpse of the first bandit who ever
held up a train in Georgia. He was
tried and sentenced to twenty years in
the penitentiary, mainly on the evidence of his companions in crime.
Duiing his long period of criminal
Miner    has    never been
NEW two-story house on Seventh
street, near Queen's avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace. Price $4200, terms operations
third cush, balance fi, 12 and 18 known to rob the poor and needy, con-
months. Good only until the 20th of fining his plundering to express com-
this month. panles and railroads.    He declares he
^~^~>~���-���^~^���^~^^^���^~^~^���N_^^VN��^   '"IR educated over   twenty-live   boys
n   nrrni wo an(* e'r'8, and 8e* on t'le'r feet many
P.  PEEBLES I men who needed a helping h nd.    He
620 Columbia Street.
(Continued on Page Seven.)
F
A Square Deal to Every
Man who Buys  Clothes
IT-REFORM was the fust in Canada to offer "money
refunded   if   satisfaction   be    not    given,n
Fit-Reform also introduced the Price Label in the pocket
of every Suit and Overcoat as a guarantee of value to the
buyer.
Fit-Reform has won the confidence of the buying public
because Fit-Reform has given more than was expected.
They know that if any purchase is
not just right, Fit-Reform will make
it right. Your money is yours until
you are perfectly satisfied.
H*____atl\
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FIT-
REFORM^
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   A^ent   in   New   Westminster
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
.Money may be used ln two ways;  to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK-
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRE8SED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK. FRIDAY,  MARCH  17,  1811.
COAL
New
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FOR SALE  EY
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
:���-�� to :5 h. p.
: and 4 Cycle.
Local  Ajeitj
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
.,   Ne*   WeitTinste'.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY (0.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent  C.  P.  R.
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Vancouver.     New Westminster
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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We Have Moved to
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47 Sixth street
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'meet nil our old
customers and also
announce that wo
do oloctrical work
of all descriptions
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\'<-w WePtmltiHter, R. C, Mareh '.*
 I One Night
Friday,  March   17
The Gregory-Stegner Co.
Present the Capable Character Comedian
WM. H. TURNER
In His Greatest Laughing Success
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FATHER
d tke BOYS
Geo. Ade's Funniest Comedy.
PLAYED-150 nights at Empire theatre, New York;
100 nights at Powers' theatre, Chicago.
Phone 6fi<��.
P. O. Box 901.
Snider & Bretheuf
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Wettmin��ttr Truat Building.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  17, 19
.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige.
.Managing Director
FRIDAY, MARCH   17,  1911.
OUR   DAILY    BREAD.
A movement has been sel on fort
in the mother country wliich lias, to
use a catch word, ������caught on" with
remarkable vigor anil to a wide extent. This has for its object the re-
establishment of the old-time ground
bread flour for the roller Hour hitherto generally in use, and has become
known as the standard bread movement, it had Ks origin in a series of
articles printed in the Dally Mail,
based upon a manifesto signed by
eight well known medical men, which
was as follows:
"We believe it to he a national necessity that a standard should be fixed
for the nutritive value of what is so^
as  bread.    Such a standard   has   already heen enforced by law for milk.!
Thc standardisation of bread is even
more important, bread and Hour form-j
ing about two-fifths of the weight of
the  food  consumed   by   tlie  working
classes and constituting   almost   the
whole diet of many poor children.    In;
view of the iufcrior now ishing qualities of the white bread commonly sold
in this country, we urge that legislation should be passed making it compulsory that all bread  sold   as   such
should, unless distinctly labelled otherwise, be made   from   unadulterated
wheat flour containing at least 80 per
cent ofthe whole wheat, including the
germ and semolina."
The result has been that in   a few
short   weeks   standard    bread   made I
from stone ground flour, has been sub-i
stituterf in the dietary  of the people
from one end of the country   to   the
other for that made from roller flour. I
The legend "Standard bread" appears
in almost every baker's shop window, |
the wholesome and nourishing loaf is
supplied in all the hotels, restaurants,
clubs and thc like, as well as the hospitals  and  other   public    institutions,
and  is served in the dining room   of
the house of commons,     in fact, the
demand for fine white roller flour has
become practically extinct, except for
pastry purposes, and In almost   every
*     Kngiish family appears to be using a
bread chosen, not for the whiteness of
its appearance, bpt for its   nutriment
and health-giving qualities.
One result of this remarkable movement has been the restoration to use
of hundreds of wind and water mills
in all parts of the British Isles ,which
bave been silent for years.   Their olJ j
stones are now kept   continually   at
work to meet the enormous   deman.1
which has aiisen for the more wholesome bread flour.   Many of these mills
Are of very ancient   foundation, hav-!
ing formed rait of the old   monastic!
-establishments    which    flourished    in'
early times.   One of such is the water
mill at Bnrteu on   Trent, which   belonged to Burton   Abbey, and   dates
.back to A. D. 1004.
,Any person who has made the
slightest study of the subject knows
well that the extremely white flour
lias not only all the real nourishment
rolled out of it, but that it is adulterated for blanching purposes. This is]
not only of poor nutritive value, but is!
Actually injurious to the human system. There is not the slightest doubt i
.that the modern roller flour is responsible for a great deal of the sickness of the present day, particularly
for such troubles as dyspepsia and defective teeth. To he of real value as
food, bread flour must contain the
germ and Inner cuticle of the wheat
berry, and this, the very essence of
the grain, ls entirely eliminated by the
roller mill.
it is to be hoped that the awakening which has come to tbe people of
. the mother country may soon be felt in
Canada, and that wholesome, nourishing bread may become the staple food
instead of the beautifully  white, but
valueless loaf which is at present In
vogue.    The difference  In  value   not
.only to the Individual, but to tbe community, needs to he experienced to be
" .appreciated.
"Rev.   Dr.   McKay,   of   Westminster
hall,   moderator  of   the   Westminster
presbytery, yesterday    evening    pre-i
sided at the induction of Rev. M. 0, |
Meivin, M.A., formerly pf Revelstoke,'
who   was   appointed   pastor   of   St. I
Stephen's church some time ago.   Mr.
McKay   gave   the   address    to   thej
congregation,  Kev.  Mr.   Woodside, of
Mount Pleasant, Vancouver, addressed
the  incumbent,  and   Rev.   Mr.   Lock-
hart preached the sermon.   There was
a gcod attendance at the    ceremony,
nearly  all  the  city   ministers   being
.present.
St.  Patrick s Day
CONCERT
St.   Patricks   Hall,   Friday
CHAIRMAN, W. H. K
PART I.
Overture���Irish Melodies 	
i.   Tenor Solo���"Kathleen Mavourneen" ..
2.    Soprano Solo���"Come Hack to Erin"  ...
li.    Mass Solo���"Off to l'hih.'del.nliia"   	
���1.    Soprano Solo���"Killarney"    	
6,    Highland Dances 	
6. Contralto  Solo���"Rory Darlln'"	
7. Instrumental Obllgato 	
s.    Baritone Solo���"The Green Isle of Erin'
Lecture���"Features of Iiish History"  	
PART II.
Interlude���Irish Melodies ..
MarcK   17,  1911,
EARY, ESQ.
.. .. l{usht(_n's Orchestr i
 Mr. Fred Filgiano
 Miss 41berta Lavery
    Mr. A. Williams
.. . Miss Mary O'Sullivan
 Master  Croll
.  . .Miss Eileen McGuira
 ���.. Mr. Will Alio'i
 Mr. Frank Mul. rev
.Rev. W. F. McCullough
..  Rushton'.   Orchestra
llglano and W. Gillespie
. .Miss Mary O'Sulliv.m
  Master Croll
.. .Mr. Frank Mulgrew
. .Miss Eileen McGuira
 Mr. Will Allot;
1. Trio���Selected  ..Messrs. A. Williams, F. E
2. Soprano  Solo���"Kerry   Dance"  	
;!. 1 rish Jigs   	
4. Baritone Solo���"Erin My Home" 	
5. Contralto Solo���"Erin My Erin" 	
6. Instrumental Obllgato  	
GOD SAVE THE KING,
Accompanists, Miss M. Freeze and  Miss Laura Lavery.
TICKETS:   FLOOR 75c   GALLERY 50c
Doors Open at 7:30, Concert at 8 p.m.
lit   p^ggf^
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0��k
HOW ARE THESE TERMS ?
FIVE   ROOMED   HOUSE���Modern:   lot 66x132;   on   Fifth avenue near
Second street.   Price $3000; terms $1200 casli, balance, 12, 18 anl
24 months at 7 per cent.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE���Beautiful design, modern, on Fifth avenue:
lot 66x132;   price $4100, te: ms $1400 cash, balance 12, IS and 21
months at 7 per cent.
These houses are offered for the next thirty days at the above prices.
PDCETBI IT�����     S20 Columbia St.
���    rttDlLL3f   Telephone 307
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
����������������������
f Delta Garden Peas ���,. j
Burvilla Perfection, King Edward Vil, Delta Queen,   ���
Royal Salute, Gladstone.   Price 20c. per pound      *
Call in. and see them.   The finest p?as
I  grown in Canada.
Ryall9s Drug Store
PHONE 57.
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EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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���y
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is I he time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSFRIES, LTD.
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Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George"
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18i/_  Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11 30 p.m. Mondajs
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet  long, 18V_   knots;   sailing from
Johnson's WHarf.' - ���
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, Kincolith,  Massett,  Skidegate, Jed way, etc., at noon, March 31st.
Be sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Railway System for
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Fall*, JJatfr TPork, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For rates, tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature and all Information apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone 3060
62J Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic f temship L'nei.
Men like these wear Fashion-
Craft Clothing and receive a
hearing wherever they go.
Clothes don't make the man
but they are a big help.
Try one of our new Fashion-
Craft models for Spring ; they
are more correct than ever-
full of color, life, individuality.
All pure virgin wool, which
means genuine service and
lasting satisfaction.
Some special values
at $22.00
Everyone entering our store today (St.
Patrick's Day), will be presented with
a buttonhole of genuine Shamrock.
A.S. Mills & Co
517 Columbia Sr.
Thc Store of "Pashlon-Craf t" FRIDAY, MARCH   17,  1911.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
BOWLING RECORDS ARE
QUICKLY BROKEN
AE SPOKANE
Spokane, March L7.- (Special to tho
li;,ii'. News.)��� Every existing record
in i|;r Western Bowling tournamenl
wiis broken lasi night, ami some of
ilu. lii. h mark, were smashed two or
three times.
���ii.,. Southern Callfonilans, of Los
Angeles, are now in first place for the
���1500 prize wiih a score of i!"ix, tiii;
gniltii boj <��� team, of Spokane, being
second with 26D3. Up to yesterday
the high mark was 2888, made hy tho
,;,,,.i American Laundry team,
joe Donaghue, of tho Cates team, of
aan Francisco, hung up the high mark
of 641 pins for three names. In tha
(i, ., ; Donaghue and Calken made
., Bcore of 1L23.
Donaghue also holds the highest
BCOre i"i' nine .lines, 1734 pins,
I',,: .ni indications arc thai ail the
1,1c prizes  will  go  to California     Tho
,,���|., teams left, to bowl are representa-
,,.',   ol Wallace, Idaho;  Calgary, Alone California team and   two
gpo , ne teams. i ^
Y BRUT, Of Bll ITE,
WINS TITLE TROM
HARRY GUISE
Lasl night al Rossland the light-
welj.ii championship of the Boundary
country changed hands. Jimmy Britt,
of Butte, who musl not lie confused
wiili Hie Jimmy Britl of International
fame and who Is now resident in Eng.
land, mei mil defeated Harry (julse,
of Rossland. The latter more than
held his own Iii the initial round, hut
his swings were wild and ofl. badlyl
judged. The following round was
conducted on   even   terms,   hut. the;
holder had Hied himself with his enei'���
getic   work  and   waste  of  breath  andj
Jimmy experienced  no  difficulty    in
Winning,   a   right,   well   placed   to   the,
other's   point,   being   the route   be
won by.
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������������������������������������������������
I II. Bucklin and ('. W. Talt.
Legislatun���Messrs, <!.  E,  Martin
II. I,. Kdmonds and W. Norman Hole,
j K. C.
Municipal���Messrs.   A.   .1.    Holmes,
j Qeorge Kennedy and J. Held.
I    Membership���Messrs.    P,    Peebles,
W. T. Held and IC. C. Traves.
Navigation���Messrs. H. I'. Vidal, W.
n. Oilley and T. D. Sherriff.
Finance���Messrs.   D.   S.   Curtis,   T.
II. Smith and L. M. Richardson.
President Wliile
Delivers Address
(Continued from Page One.)
lioads���Messrs.   VV.   .McAdam,
T.  J.
Trapp and A, Hardman.
Transportation���Messrs. .1.  II.
Dun-
can, .1. A. Cunningham and R. L
Cliff.
Postal���Messrs. ll. Ryall, *i. <
racey
and VV. K. Sinclair.
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� "FATHER AND THE BOYS."      ���
��� ���
��� <���*������<><���������������������������
*> Ottnwa  Wins.
��� Ottawa,    March    17.    Oil iwa
��� defeated Porl Arthur lasl nielli
��� in   the   Stanley   Cup   hockey
��� name by thirteen goals to four.
pi    ���, of Vancouver, has third p!a<
in 11
singles with 648.
��� ���������������<>������������������������������
i
the
team
wick
Warwick    Coming    West.
into, March 16.���Harry Griffiths,)
oul of the Vancouver lacrosse
lias practically secured Art War-1
tin: speedy and clever home
player ei the Torontos, to go west aud
play wiili Vancouvi?!-. An has been
pri ���... ii a governmenl Job and a la-
,,, , alary, and, as it lonks too good
[on to pass up. he has prac-
decided to go west, although hi
v||| net make his final decision till the
end Ol  'lie  week.    Should  Warwick  go
west he will pass up his Job as coach
0I ��� ,   Harvard lacrosse team, of Bos-i
Carpenters Hold Smoker,
i.asi nlghl the members of the
Culled Brotherhood of Carpenters of
America nave a social evening to their
fellow workers and specially invited
friends in the Eagles' hall and lor
mote than Ihreo hours toasl. song and
story occupied the spot light and the
stress of labor and worry were rele-
gated to the tool bag. A number of
workmanlike speeches were made by
local and visiting organizers of tbe
carpentry trade and all showed that
business at ihis time i.s in a flourish-
in. condition and this would he the
banner year in all departments.
Tiiis evening, March 17, Messrs.
Cn'oi'v and Stegner will present aL
the Westminster Opera bouse William
H. Turner In Qeorge Ado's most, delightful and successful comedy
"Father and the Boys," In which this
Bpli n lid character comedian has made
the "Crowning hit of his long career,
greater even than his emphatic success in "David Harum." while Mr. Ado
has surpassed his finished efforts ill
"The College Widow" and '"l'he County chairman," "Father and the Boys"
has lo its credit a four months run a*.
the Empire theatre, New Vork. and a
Inm lied  nights at   Towers in Chicago.
The story of "Father and the Hoys"
ls unusually interesting and cannol ������*���
told briefly without failure to relate
some significant part of the yarn, for
never l.efore has George Ade so close-1
ly knit into a consistent whole tli
varied threads of his plot.
| hope the agricultural committee win
take it up earnestly.
j     To   all   chairmen   of   committees,   I '
would say consult, the other members
j of your committee.
Some years ago, certain rules of
debate were adopted for use In the
conduct, of our meetings. I think it
would be well if these could he adhered to more closely than has some-,
times heen our practice in the pasl.
Westminster and its surrounding
district are entering upon an era of
expansion which bids fair to outstrip
the expectations of the most, optimistic of us. Tiie opportunities awaiting
our business men, of extending and
enlarging their operations, will he he-j
yond any limit that can be Been to- J
day. li behooves us then, as men of
energy tind enterprise, to reach out
and grasp these opportunities and
measure up to them.
W'e must, look beyond the Immediate
dollar in  oui'    own    pockets,    to    the
larger rei urns thai  will    accrue    to1
each  of   us   through   the  general   pro
gress of the community  in  whicli wt
live.
A Good Buy
In Sapperton
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
IN  THE
DAILY   NEWS
I WILL BUY
Subject  to  Confirmation
Canadian Sunset Oil. Nugget. Portland Canal. Red Cliff. Diamond Vale,
Snowstorm, Lasquetl, International
Coal & Coke, Alberta Canadian Oil,
American Canadian Oil, B, C. Trust
Corporation, Dominion Trust.
W. S. Rose
(Member  of   the   Pacific  Coasl   Stock
Exchange.)
Merchant's   Bank   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
CHAMPION  SKATER  IS
NOW   A    BALL    PLAYER
Board Endorses
l.ake.  N.   V..  March    ID.���
Ki!::   i'i I.amy, the Indoor and outdoor
mal amateur skating champion al
���all distances, will find himself an out-
ofesslonal on  ihe ice next
winter    This is because tie is also a
II player and has signed a con-
trad to play wiih the Mansfield pro-
:.    ei.a!    team    of    the    Ohio    State
summer.
Lamy says thai he is going into the
i i Blonal field ��Ith his eyes open,
and in fact has contemplated becoming ;i professional skater for some
timi'. llis status as an amateur has
been I       ubjeel  of considerable de-
th<   part oi skating union officials al  various times recently.
will  play  an  out held  position
��ith the Mansfield team,   lie is fast
on the brisi s ami played an excellenl
iti ir ball in the Adirondack! last
your.
Dyking Scheme
L FINANCE CO., LID.
��� Correspondence ��� gate
������������������������������������������������������������������������������[ cftr
(The Dailv News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its oor-
respondents.)
HOME    STUDY.
Edltl r. Dailv  News:
Sir-I have followed with the keen-i
est   ui'. rest   the   various    discussions
in tl.e press and other centeis with re-
gard te the home lessons of the children of this city and cannot for the
life ol   me   understand  Just  Why  this
storm in a teacup has been raised, in;
th.- days of my youth we had not only
more studies to attend to, hut we had
to apply ourselves to them most  di.i-
gentlj  or  we heard and felt the   resull the following tnornin. .
Why do parents wish for a discon-
F tlnuance ol these home studies? Surely it cannot be that they want thei.
children   to   play    about    the    streets
from the time they leave school In the
afternoon until it is time to go to nea.
If the voting of this country are to i>->
the i ��� kbone  of  future  generations
then there must he home lessaiis.    in
the i.:.I country not only are the schoo.
houi.   longer   but   home   lessons    ate
compulsory, and I think it would he a
dn. , itiook if that were not so. true
��.     .; lu-ie are a younger people atui
it ma.  be that we should not contorm
to thi   customs   and   habits   of   oui
motherland, but this is one of those
��� a .     where   we  must  follow  In    tM
Btei    ,.i the home land. Where won Id
all our leaders in every branch of tne
world's commerce have heen had not
thev  studied, not only at school, bir
for long hours after the schools   Daa
closed,   lf playing in the streets to OT
the making of our future Canada, tne"
by all save the brains of our poor ire
tie mi,pS for a few paltry hours only
ea     day and permit them to play until the cows come home, but if on tne
other hand it Is the hope of thejounv
cr generation to grow up and become
as their forbears have, members ot a
great and powerful nation, then 1 say
lei the old style continue to hold sway
and in the vears to come the chll lren
of this dav  Will  look back  and   feel
glad that they were permitted to ta
their   books   and   lessons   from   in��
Bchool and continue them at n<)mc-
let the slogan he as in the days OI
old:    "Home lessons   and   plenty oi
them." ���,_.��t
T. E. BEATON.
Westminster, B. C, March 15, 10U
(Continued  from   Pane  One.)
times for taking up the collections in
these boxes and instances weie shown
that even the collectors were at times
not quite sure just when the mails
should be taken. The times printed
on I lie cards had long since been
effaced and at this time the whole :
matter was a huge Joke so lar as
efficiency was concerned. At the same
time the question of the waste of time
With the mail delivery from Vancouver
to this city was also commented upon
and the whole subject will be the oc
caslon for a special  visitation of    the
postal  committee to the postmaster
and after the delegation gets through
with the interview a member said all
would be well, but a continual hammering at the door must be maintained If success was to crown their
efforts.
he municipal  committee was dele-
d to  take up  with the mayor thel
er  of  an   Increased   and   better
car sejvlce.
Comr'ittees Named.
The various committees were appointed as fo"ows, the first named
being chairman:
Agricultui.il ���Mess.a. T. S. Annandale, .1. VV. Ir vin and J. Cameron.
Commerce���Messrs A. vv. McLeod.
L. B. Lusby and Angus Munn.
Fisheries���Messrs. M. Sinclair, Martin Monk and .1.   Anderson.
Lumber-Messrs. J   B. Kennedy. E.
CITY
FOR RKNT���New seven roamed home, just completed, on Fifth
street;  $^fj per month.    Immediate possession.
BURNABY
FOR SALK���A nice five roomed bungalow at Kdmonds station, lot
66x132 feet. Price for quick sale, $2100; one-ihird cash, balance 6, 12
and IS months.
DELTA
FOR SALK���Northeast quarter of section 12, townsliip 4, N. W. D.,
facing Scott road and adjoining Steel City. Price $160 per acre.
Terms to suit purchaser.
MODERN six room cottage on lot 40x100 feet; one minute walk to car.
Price $1,800.00
""       "" *���    Small cash payment;  balance $20 per montli.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. M. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,  B. C. Phones 646, 669.
Water Frontage
Seven  hundred   feet of waterfrontage on Lulu Island, close to
the bridge on the North Arm.
$30.00 a foot
A rare chan?e for a quick turnover.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
CO., LID.
Phone 515.
Real   Estate, Loan  and   Insurance.
H. P.  LATHAM, Local   Manager.
Curtis Block.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading
Co.
Ideal liomesites
We have just put on a new subdivision,   three   and    live-acre   blocks
Near Kennedy Station
on Scott Road and main line of
Manufacturers aad Dealers In All Rinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES. 8A8H,   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE     8TOCK     PLAIN     ANO
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Bo*   '3/
���������*��������������������������������������������#�����������������������������<
N. W-, Chillawack Electric Ry.
Only two and a half miles from    Xew    Westminster   city;    fifteen
minutes by electric car.
��� ' These blocks, which are the
Choicest Suburban Property
on the market, are offered at from .300 to #500 an acre, according to
location, on easy terms.
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Hank Building corner Columbia and  Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335.
.���������������������������������
Sea Grass Chairs and Rockers
Special for Friday and Saturday Only
Any Sea Grass Chair or Rocker in our new stock, values up to $6.00, special
Each $3.90
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's jc��"lCr
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector X
i ��������������*�������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������
H  . .��   L..U .U .
Fruit Boxes
.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT JS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS,
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
Get in on our drawing for .25.00 worth of Furniture.
every One Dpllar purchase.
A ticket with
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Phone 829.
Wc Furnish Your Home for Less
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. P. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Qenl. Mgr.      Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKUN
=====   LUMBER CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Hr, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877. Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
ill PAGE SIX.
.tl r.,*.i*.A ��� ���,rri^^irff_. lUitWimK. ���"A'-tE---'' ^ '""���-' ^ ���'���
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  17, 1911
l -stim MBM �����tf>��^'^CT-v^'i��eBKJwn��M��r>'^'' vtTaft������.i��";TflWlBv--tf aresrafci
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STOC
Have been reserved for the benefit of the New Westminster public. This stock has
been purchased from the underwriters of the insurance companies concerned with this
terrible disaster in the wholesale district of Winnipeg, and will be sacrificed at the
same low pricesjthat have made our sale in Vancouver so successful.   Satisfaction is
our motto, and general bargains will prevail.
Our Bargain Counters Speak for Themselves
Everything Marked in Plain Figures
Th
Companies
f
VMl^JZ������i���7.
r.agiffi5g5aggi
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7 i
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b
A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes���Here is the place for shoes: selling below
factory cost.
Nettleton's Best $10 Shoes  $4.50
Ncttleton's $7.00 and $8.00 Shoes $3.95
Stetson's Best; regular $6.00 Shoes $2.95
46 Men's Worsted Suits; all sizes sell- t>A   QC
ing everywhere at $12.00; going at ... Jp'x.OiJ   *
150 Pairs Men's    Pants;    in    twee-Is. ���    ���
serges,  and   worsteds;   regular  $2.50; Q^    CtS
going at   ���'V   \>%*Oa
175   Pairs  only;     Men's    Tailor-made  Pants;
peg top and regular shapes;  in fancy
tweeds, worsteds and serges.    Regular .k^ Q^>
$r>.00 to $!>.0e; going at   *p-Ja*J*J
210 Pair Men's Medium Weight Pants;
In corduroy and tweeds ^regular $2:60; Hll   q5
going at    *p��a*J*J
Men's Hats in Fedora and Derby; hard
and  soft felts;   ln  1911  spring styles
and shades;   regular $:i.00 ancl $:i.50; Cl   QC
going at   *p *\a*J\J
Congress   Shoes;    box   ca f, vici kid;
light and heavy soles, stamped $4.50, dJO QC
going  at     *p��**Z/*J
mmmmumammm
Watch our
windows
it will
pay you
-
(Sale opens today at 9 a.m.)
Ladies' Shoes; BOO pair just opened
from C. P. Kord and R. P. Smith and
Empress shoes; in many styles and
all sizes; regular $4.00, $5.00 anl
$fi.00:  going at  	
Ladies' American Shoes; button or
lace; all sizes and styles; regular
$5.00 and $6.00; going at 	
500   Pairs  Ladies'  Famous  Canadian   Made Shoes;
It. P. Smith and Sl��� makes; all sizes
and shades; regular $4.00 and $5.00;
going at	
Men's Hose; in cashmere, silk and
lisle in all sizes; regular 40c and 50c;
. olng at 	
Suits, Suits, Men's Suits���[65 mei's
fancy worsted and tweed suits; excellent suits for spring wear; regular
$1S.5(1 and $H��.()0; going at 	
 >
50 Ladies' Fancy Silk Dresses; regular $25.00 and $86.00; in chiffon, si!k;
net; Saturday special 	
150 Ladies' Wash Dresses; regular
$8.50 to $15.00; going at 	
$1.95
$2.49
$2.95
25 cts.
$9.95
$14.95
$4.95
50 Dozen Waists; in fancy lawn, all
sizes;   regular $3.00, $3.60 and  $4.00;
going at   	
One Lot of Colored Kimonas; In crepe
regular $4.00 and $6.00; going at	
at 	
100 Dozen Men's Union Made Overalls;
In bib and punt shape, blue and black;
regular $1.00;  going at  	
Ladies' Skirts���one lot of Panam i
voile lustre and ladles' cloth, the newest spring styles', regular $5 00 to
$('i.r>(];  going at   	
Collars���Four ply linen collars In all
styles and makes, including the W., 11.
& R. brand, Marker and Arrow brands'
selling everywhere for 20c and 25c:
fire sale price  	
100 Dozen Men's Hose Supporters, in
all colors; regular 2fic value; going at
Balbriggan Underwear; 25 dozen suits
In all Bizes; regular 75c value; going
at 	
Neckwear���r.00 neck ties made up In
the leading styles; all colors; regular
50c and 75c; fire sale price	
405 Columbia Si
MBBBBaMaaBoman^^ _m__-_-mi_____m_-__---2
Guichon Block
$1.50
$1.95
50 cts.
$3.45
5 cents
5 cents
40 cents
20 cents
Store   open
e
evenings to
accommodate
tke working man
r_--___--__i
L.ll! FRIDAY, MARCH  17, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
-SS9K-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
mm* Westminster Land District.    Dis   New Westminster Land District     Dis
tnct of New Westminster. trict o"
thenoi eaal 80 chains, thence south hu
abaine, thenoe weal HO chalni   thenoe
.OE  ;    80   elllui.i    tO   th?   pom'    Ol   I   "i.
mencement, and containing .40 acree
nuiit or lest
TOK l'. McCORMICK
I... i.i o'Uare Agon
Dated February   I i   LOil.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
 Mew  Westminster. ^^
TAKE    NOTICE    that     Margaretl     '    ' -        iTlCE .      ���   McCla
AutthewB, "i Sun .low.:, occupa   ""    !i:   Vancouvei   occupation   mlllin
'���!1'' , 1(i0v   intends to applj  toi  pet   ' i    ' endi       i .        D,  permlssioi
l��n       (   purohaaj  tin   tollowini   di    purchasi       ,,.     tollowini     desorlbed
i       ' imjiis:   Commenolni at i  post   laudi     ( ommencing at i  pos   plan ei
tC ,p( oi the west-Bldi ofthi Cheak   '"    hi   Hem tot    Tra miles
" uui:  out   mile   north   ol """ '   a      ��� ���,   Lake, thence north 80
cham:     henci   eas   81   chaini     henc<   N*w Westminster Land District.   Dis-
BOUtl     <   Chalni    thenci   wesl Kl   Obaini trict ot New  Westminster.
'"   pom   ol commencemen    being the     ''   ' ��T1CE   tliai   I,   'loin.   E
southwei    corne   po     containini   <������    Crawford, of    Vancouver,   occupation
aq ' :    mu .   oi   ,, .
Henei .    , .    ,    ,bv is
������ii   fi   Mol     MuUla e
I ebruur;  : i
__
I. tiay
4u cliains
���li1  chains
'"'	
.,!(,,, thenoe west
rtorth    "i   dhains   thenoe eaat
damn   soutli   180   chalni
,!���, call akamtu dlvei to pom   o
nm��nt. being southwest  cor-
i acre;
d\ A ljcli��iJju>
nn. i ��� ^^^^^^^^
,,   [oi applied for, containing
more orfleBB.
ifipmed) "���1A-V  i'rV!
a    na garel Bthel Mal bev ���
.      !!)I1.
LAND  ACT   NOTICL.
.AND  ACT  NOTICE.
V/estmhwtai Land District
-��� of New Westminster,
New
Dis
Dit.
Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
 fAKt:    N'.'"'i  I       I     I      :il.
^jv, wh".��"---^. uu-��tnnnster. Hopkini     o     Vancouver,   occupation
_,_ __��� . ,������,   ,*,���*...    ,t Btenographei   Intendi to appi: fot pei
NOTICE thai  feate    m      ��� purchas.    ...   tollowini   d<
occupation    saleswoman, _. .^   ^     L()I11M1,;|������,.   ���. , poH,
Illumed   ut   tin    .uiitiiv.es' of^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
lot ���'!'������  ant   thenci   north   11  chalni
thenci    wesl    ll   chalni    thenci    BOUtb   New Westminster Land District
tn
7AI
���  t_t	
.ply for pcrnusHion to pur
..' |     following described   lands
ifln
^	
���   ..:      li    chains   to
:��� . im ,-��� ent iii end to applj foi P<
M ioi ' p ' ahasi 'in folio in: de
i d ibed landi i omraencini .1 . poal
in,ui,11 .'.uiiu ��� m le uu 1 0 '
hi its; ani om ml. eas ol Haslam
laki ii'-ii' 1 eas Bl chain tbem (
no 1 11 chaini. tbem 1 wesl 11 obaini,
thenci : ninii nu chains tp r-i,< point
11 comu encement and containini G li
acrei mon 0   lesi
1 1. .        ��� 1 . v I ORI
ii: -   0   ,1 ,   Asen
Datei   '.,'..:      '7, 11*1.1.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
at a post  plan."'
of in   rn   or Bumml   . iki
.__��_ west   i' chaini    thenci   south
im ���   ��� ���**  *io   chain
>*_____________________________
hake thenci  nortl   .luu:   tbe
bein.
lake t< ^^^
rtneasi
1-
ommencement.
coram   post 1     b     a
containini 320 acrei mon 01
li   chalni . thenci   e ���     li   chaini    to
1 ni.1   1'   commencemen    bi lni   Bouth-
corne    post  ol  lo   appllei    fo
containini   181  ai rei   nun.  oi les
Signed Wll I    L.BW1I
Agenl  foi  Oeorgini   .    Ho
Pebruai
Ui-
WILLIAM  LEWIf
Agen   ti    i...i'  ' ori
: 111
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New
Du-
LAND  ACT  NOTICl
Nl
���nster Land District
tne ol  New  Westminste:
tCl    1    '    Ic  :iu.l!i:
nt,  01    Vancouver,
���roice- '
nisnioi
Di%.
'
c
intends to appl> to
1 to parcaasi   tlie folio
acrtbad lands     Commencing at
thenoe
,.���:.       tlienc.       '*���������-
��� ���    I        .       .
���    of lot a
WIL.
Inal
Westminste'   Land  District
trie' c'  New  Westmmste'.
��� AK1    NOTICl    1 ��� 1        :���::.���      |
.1 .-   .    '  1 ro *���   .
mtend    ti   .ii; 1
1     .-���      tbi      follow!
inted
��� Ik      "ii    ...   "    ;..  lot
1      ' ,    mile    '���������-    if ii ���   :
lake.  I east
I    ���       tins, 1
I    ��� ���   ; 1
.: ;        1>M
���.-.���
8AMUEI   .    ACS*
.       :     I    H
Date    I
...    of  New  Westminster.
TAK1   v'1 ICE tbat   I    Vernon   V.
in-���"       ',���.... ipailoi  mine
Intern   10 appi    fo   perm
1   i:i.   folloi ui    . e   rl    ���   :' '.
enclng 11                   ��� 1
tbn ���     i. ���     uorth 0    I         lo    H
tbe                                           : ������    tlience
Dorl           .  1 .    tbe    e wi      ������ oh.
���        ' iin    '	
ii       ,,    t   .    poin    ������ '��� lence
��� ml tinin    *���    ��� ���������    more
.,'   i'.
VERNON   V.  ROOJ
1.    11. 0 H '���     Agen
Datei   Februat     I     L91
WHOLE WEI AWAV
ON HUNF EOR SEALS
JESSIE, LAST OF SCHOONERS TO
SAIL, LEFT PORT YESTERDAY
MORNING FOR SOUTHERN WATERS.
(;t-i...>    1    ...   Westminster D
Nnw Westminster Ulstnei
1 i.i   u....i.i   Ol  ' (.'li.-.'iv    .
'. Ui ��� ,.ei Kosi Cam : ��� ��� A....|...i.. 1.1111
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ti. e
. ..< i apitaii I'pw  i". ...>.	
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led ani pai.  ui
.      'I bi   1..t.i.'   i.    ..1   i.1'.'        eat)
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c    fhi I"....  0 ... . sion       abou
201   feel  I ....    ���  ���
ser vlm-j ofl ���.(..   '. *
ui 1    1 ..I .,.,,1.1 1    ii   ..., .    .',.,.������'
;.,      11    1 ..,.,.    fee    pi      ...   .....      -'.in.
 11    1    ....  ��� ...   too
of tbe proposei
works   Dajn  pip<  01 fl umi  and p ... .
',,.    preml ie    	
watei ������   ,.  ..<  ������ ei    di - rib	
t .nun-      and   b ........      pi     ,-i
���,.,, i,      kn ... 1  a   ���...  md..-   . 1  ��� ...
I..-.
1 1,1      PU) j...,.:.       I.,        >'.!. -.       '   .
, iti    .   to be used    ..... is   1.1  .....  d
. 1  ,., - ��� "'    ' -   ���   ' "���   ' ���       "own tbe straits.
- ������ -  p ��� ��� ���-      .   ...".'.:.:'.������;/ :,    ' '     ��������� -    ������   ^
���"'"     ���., . , mfn.     1 ,.    ���        ,    British   ' '     '"��� ' '       '      ���������������<..   littka
.   ��� :. ."".r: .:  ��� - '    -   -
,n will be mad the   Com ' '   '     '��� ��� te,  arrived   1,        won,   K_t    ^,1
���      tbda . ;    ;  -   ��� ������      ,.    .     miiwmhw*
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'lov, . ���" ��� necessary
Com    tbe northwest     ��� ������    '���'���    and as a result tj..
'     ''''���'    '    ' '    -' "     "���"    '    *     ������"    - .'.   at  several porta
������ ��� ��� ��� ������      ...       ���   .1      , ,:      .     ,  . , ,
tbe west boundary of said    ,        145 *?' Lu cum'jlwte ^r crew.
I'.   -i..i.>i   ot    the
tj   ...   .   1. (eave pc
 1 ...    cul ... alifornla
. 1.,. ���   ..11....        ...
OF   VALUABLE   PROPERTY Cap) Heater, which,wa |
AT CHILLIWACK. to  8ej   ,,.arly   this   m    ......        Having
compl    1     1......  11 ���.   and
' "   suppli       ���      .   hild been in progress
1 vir be oft<    '     ���    ale by p ibli '
 itionon .Saturday,-tlte 25tl   ....    -     ��� ....      pft#i    and   placefl
of   three everyttflni   li    sbij   ���-        mdltlpn,
tbe offl u . ..   n   ,.. ,..i t0
Columbia, bj 8. .    ��� stlonee .
��� owing property, namely: 	
SALE
'..   .     1 ���      at the bour 	
0 clod   ii. the afl   ....    1 ...
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ne*
Dis-
"
311
LAND   ACT   NOTICE
���lev, Westminster Land District.
U-.a-   Westminster.
I [Cl   that  Mar
; anootrver occupation ma:
':��� !       '
r , baa  tn ���: v   ii.
Oammen
���emticrtoi. Tea
1 1 1 .-���... 1 uenco
���     ���    ���
chalni    t :.;::.(������    nortn
:'     :  :-       -
I pei ���      *]
piled lor,. more or
Bed WILLIA1   LEWI
Atcr.  foT Mav   .t.i-uft;. Bridge,
Ver... 1911
Westmmster Laiwi District
trie  0'   Nt.-   Westminster.
'   LK1   NOTICl   tha   I     William   .1 j
���   Die!    0   North Van-....'    occupaUon
; broki
���I       I  :... I    . ,      . :.-      -| ���:,  ��� !
Dl     1
BOOl '      L. lol   I'l'i 1
on th-   e u 1
tlienc  eai    -    chain    I tl
cnain.. tlienc-   wei    ���    chaini   tlience
chain   to 1...   poinl ol oona-
iiieni-emtT.     ... jL'rea
mor.
WILLIAM ..   DIOK
B    1    O'Hara  .isen;.
11 ited t ebruar;   11   '.   I
NEV     v '..- Ill S   Bl	
���: ��� ���       ...
I . tice I
Woi 1       ���   ������    ipatior. bi0
.... ....
. . .-���-
Coi Lng a      post
:   1 ���
..������- from Hasla
tiieur.     . est 80 .- --. 1
in      1 ie- ��� ���.- chains,
1 :��� iortli i       .1       tbe poi
uu;;   00a 640
I       I-' ��� ���:
CAR]    tfOLI
1     (i.i.
' ���.     lit      1911.
0  ...   'i    pi opt...-. .     ...
 ire libel    I    ,��� *t
1 :���   ,-. ......    ��� ���.    ell
ibo.. 01 below the outle    - ������ ��� 1
., >   ��� 1 ...      of t
....   ll,.: . :���������,, ... .1     ���   ���    .
.       is author)     ... propose"   ...
.        ,       ....
Glei    Ro       Canal
'. . .
(P.I       ���    1.   .-. ...--.
��� if pai        ���   ���    .. . ���
���      !  li        *
��� 1     '.     recoi ..
tr 0
rive: in I ���   ���,..
. .   1   . 1
aes      . ��� irpos
link.-   .. 1 ...   . ,     ,. *n, ua ibi.s is   accomplished  the
lot, then ,  -     the Boul     ���    ������    ���������������      or the s uh
houn   .       ... ,,    .,       inks, 1'       test of tb    valuable   fur bearing
. ......  I .. . 1    , ���   ll :
banl    if Hop tb 1 Victoria        .,;...,..      , ,.     ...^
��� ���-" ig tbe soul       ..  .. \.
. ' - E vi     La is out
���������   ���       '-'' .-'  tti . a this
iH*.- mon ...    i^   a
the' profits
1 (Vithin thirty 1 .  ^
��� ' ' ......,,.    ..._,,     auj
1 '        !' ��� ��� !'~ ���       .... ,   1 .   Q,eet
....         )      .   , . joners
large surplus result
lav and  maintain   dam-   aouo-li'35  a"'   '   '       ' ���'���>-*-
.      ���   .        ; "  .      '���-    ���     ���������     I       biggest n,..
�� , on tbe deferred payments at the rate. of skins that hud been ta*e.   for s��
same
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
0 ��������� ������     ,:< per cent, per Aiuium. j ume, but at the sale at   Loudon  the
       For  further   pan.    .,
==m-  '������                     ���������'������    ��� '���         ������ 1. ���.        It ranging frw    -. .    >      ' Several
or t    th    .    .ciLors au<                ...   Uie      anticipate I   1    I ..���   siuns
vendors.                                                                   ,                - ...   -   oaaay
���'��� !i   !'VI '���                          of tin                    1 high      . ,     1 , .;
1 Soiiciioi   !;.j.- al .1 ��� ' ...
WaCk,   B.'.C, -	
i ���    hi:-  asen.
Commencing at a post plan.ed about',name 0f Sara Anne Maclure, has been' VAln;   V'HK\VL,K,i,;; McQUARRll   .    ttUi   MVllDf   Hftfi
iiEian:. an.l  11,   a    nort: ,,    o'.fi.-.. ^" ^^^^^ W
:���:.. '   -     :���.... ..1      DIS-
Ti;.1  .    1 i-: 1 iv   o'   :������-���'    ..--M'-.m!	
���1 	
Svedmai     ��I    Talatmeen,   01 n      (;������ lot 1 ick 1     M
ownei   late   I -.   I    10:   i.e.- - ,., ���   .    1 ..,, yt��� ..
-.    I - ������'���' - V    ere 1   prool ol Uk   [oa   c   eertkQ-
scribed lauds: icate ol  Ul ������   N<        -        iaaue   .    t
.ANO ACT   NOTICE.
Di-
.ANI    ACT   NOTICE
Ne��-   V/esr-r :nste    ^sne  Distnc
trtel c' New Westminste;
Y.\;:i    NOTICl    tn.v   i   !     .',   (Tv--
ii.iU   of A ��� ..on Insur-
.w.f   1:1.1:1.1 ..r.    Inti ..a    ;.   appi    t.i'
pemUatoi   t-   pmrcbaee th.   tollowini
���u    directioe fren   ! Lake,      Notice is berebj given that I shall,]
ea?-   B<   cnain.. thcsta   bobUi ai  th<  expirathn   ol om   monU   from'
t,.- ...    ��-es-    KG    chains, thi   dati       thi   firs, publicatloi   bere-
tlienc   Mrti   '���'   ���-.���lain    1.   t.i-   point Of iof, 1:   a  dair   now. nan."   publishe.    r
coinniencenien'.    am',   conLainiu^   840 the Citj ol Now Westminster   team
acre. n.or<  a- les? dupll ai. ft thi  sail  certificate unles
i.,':,.;.:   I    BVEDMAHK h   thi   nuanUme  valid objection   be
D   O'HARA   A.on. mad.   U   nu   ll   writlu.
Febnmr
,'!,
1911
  described lands      CoBiweneh.   .1     a
Nev Wet' ��� istr    ^anr' Distrlc:     Dl<- post   plant**! at>oii!   ball  mile nort.   0
trie: ot New Westminster. '.    ,     lo    WT6 and  t\v.   miles west  of
tha     Ann..    Maud Ilaslan,   lake,  theno   west   Sn  chain*,
,f;.    occupation theno   ��� ��� it     ft   rtialnt.. thenr-.   .-m-    8
ipptj   to:   penale- Ictoatas, thence north 80 chains tn
.,������   ,. ..     . ���     (olli-iwln.     de poinl   o;  commenremeni. and
immenclm  al I   poll tn.   ��4o ��cr��s more
I������'.!������    .            "Mt.prton   Trail   1V6
milw n . northerly direction from
Ores ... ��� tee north 8l chains,
tain thence south 80
���cumin thenci weat *if chains to a
pour n: rornMcncement, betnf south
*m corni ot df lo: apfilled
aontalnlni    -   acre   mor. otl (,-;-
Blgned WILLIAM  LEWIS
Agen    fa    Anna   Maud   DfgHFU
Fdliniir-  :���   ton.
the
com alti-
or !e-<>
CUAUI.KH AGNEW CRY8DAL.K,
ljy ii O'Hara, Ap-ent.
IMtted   KPhriiar>   IT.  Wll
LAND   ACT   NOTICE.
-AH.    ACT  NOTICE
^t* ^estnunater Land District.
t-ic   o'  Nev. Westminster.
"���.i:i   NOTIOl that Muuite A
Uu   ...   i ancouver, oooupatlon
rted woman  Intends to iiimty f(>v
tmsBiui    ,i    imri'.liaHc    tin
Hop
mar
tu.r
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    fnllowlii.
Ultfi     . nnimeucin.   ut a pnai   plant
'*'���  *   in  weal Hide of iirniMi   Wver
md lour chains nortli or Green Laha.
1 ���: ���  was   BO ohaina, thenoe n'��'th
*t' chaini    thenoe   eusi    BO   ohalM,
,:'  ��� :    BO  cliulns    lo   polni    of
commencement, being south weal oor
'���' lot  aiij'licd lot. con.i.lnliiK
1 01  less
-������:��� ���: WILLIAM  LETW 18,
��� I tar Maud A   Hop Wins
r''' -: ' I  20, L91L
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
to,, Now Westminster Land OtstHct. District 61 Nev. Westminster.
TAKK NOTH'K thai 1. Chttli*fl ���S.
Ko.lte, of Vancouver, occnpntlott
broker, Intend to appi) tar pertnl
���ton to purchase the following de-
B.^rihpii lands Commehclng nt a rout
|ilnnti>il about lt^. mll<���� north bf T L.
liu t*>7*; nnd two tnllfs wp. 1 01 Has-
inm   lake,   thdhee   wefi   80   chain?,
north 80 chains, thonce eaBl so scrihed hinds
tlience couth 80 chains, to tho
nnd contain.
NEV     VVESTMINSTE1     UAN1      DIS
TRICT   -1'Msin.     0    Kw   V eatmtn-
siei i,.;-Ta!<( notli-. 111.1 . Herman
Thorseii. 01 Vancouvpv. occupatioi,
m.ui.K  engineer, intends to applj  for
permission to purchase the follnwlni;
detertfeed lands
CommeBClng at h po��t plantp<l nhoiit
tw��> ami onr-lial;  Miles Ronth of T. L. j
Ioi  ISCS. and one mllp east of ffaslnm
Luke,   t.pnce   pn��t   So  chains,   thence j
soutli se chnlns. thpncp wpst 80 chains,!
thence nortli Sn chains, to the pclni o;
comniencpnipnt.   nnd   containini,'   640
acres more or le?s.
HERMAN TttORSEN
P. O'TIARA, .A. en'.
Fobrnnrv ITth. 1!M1.
C.  S   Keltl
District   Ite, istrar of Ti les
Land Registry   iffi.'i, \ew Westmin
ste;.   I.   C.   Felr.'iiir.-;   i:..  1911.
:,  ��� '    J.   Williams Building, 413 Granville  Htree'., Vancouver,  B.  C,
Oi   io
TAYLOR.   HARVEY,   BAIRD  i.
OKANT.
Solicitors   Room 51 Williams Rulldin_.
413 OranvlUi   Stree    V an 'ouver. B.C.
Dated the 1st day ot March, 1911.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN  HOSPITAL.
to Escape
1 Continued from Page Two.
Tenders will he received hy the tin-
derslgned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," ui' to 1 p.m. of Monday.
Marcli L'nrh. 1911, for mipplyin. the
Koyal Colnmhlan Hospfral, from the
1st of April, 1811, to March 31st, 1.13,
with the following articles:
j Dread, white and brown; beef; mutton;   milk;   drugs;     groceries;     wood  grumbles,
possesses ;. splendid seil-aeyuired -education; a wonderful faculty for stuay-
,i.l 1 uman nature: and lias a tongue,
wit. and brain second to none Al
1 hough exceedingly wild from the age
of sixteen, he never relayed his attentions to religion and he Is a  well
\ erseil   on   the   Bible   no   ini'iiy   pre*' tiers.   Apparently he   has   a cods   ot
morals all his own
Pinkerton  Says  He'll   Escape.
Miner Is held in the condemned cell
of the county Jail, which Js safer than
any other section  of the prison.    He
Dis
NKW WKSTM1N. TKU LAND DISTRICT 0J. trlct of MeVv Westminster. B. C Tnke notice that I, A. L.
Dclvea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor, Intends tt) apply for permission  to  purchase   the   following   de-
tugboat  to  tend  Elevator   Dredge   at  at the hospital.
First Narrows. Vancouver, B. C. Neither  the lowest
Specification  and  form  of  contract' necessarily  accepted.
seems comfortably situated and never
  , grumbles.    He ta polite and courteous
fslabs), per  cord;   coal,  washed  nut: ( to every visitor that comes, and never
coal, anthracite;   flsh, fresh and salt; ( fal|s to bold up bfa end of a conver>B.
tion.   His chances for escape so far aj
list    of  drugs,    groceries., tbe   building is   concerned  are    v.ry
near
Pealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Charter of Tug for First Narrows.
Vancouver,"  will  be  received at   this ' funerals.
office    until    4:00    p.    m.    Thursday, |     Detailed     ...   .        .._        .   ���	
March  22, 1011.  for the  charter of a  beef, mutton and fish can be obtained  good, hut a heavy guard is kept
tlience
.'iinintv thenci
point of BotnWeneetnen
lng 840 acres more or less
I'HAKI KS   A    BODrt .
h> d O'Hara, Agent
Dnted  February   17.  1911
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Oi*
New. Weitminster Land District
trlct of New. Westminster.
TAKK NOTfi'K llm.  1,  MlkbSl  I ���"
I'ulge    Of   New   Wesimlnster.   OCCUpS
Hon  married  woman,  intend  *n apply
for permission to porchase 'he fniin-v
lng described  lands      Fommeneing nt
Commencing nt n prist planted ahoue
1% miles north of T. L. lot.
107R nnd two miles west of Haslam
l.nVe, tlience east 80 chains, tbence
north 80 chains, thenre west R0
chnins. thence south SO cliains. id tbo
point nf commencetnent, and containing 640 acres, more or ll
ARTIIFn L. HKIA "'
Fehruary 17th, imi.
the Lady Superintendent
pital.
at the hos-
YKW   WESTMINSTER   i.\NO   DIS-
��� T Oisti-lct of New Westminster. F c, Tnke notice that l, Charles
Selev, rtt  Ynncomer, occupation brolt-
intends to ripply for permission to  'n_   d.   lii...
can be seen aud form of tender ob-
lained at the office of William Henderson, Ksij., Resident Architect. Victoria, B. C: II. A. Bayfield, Esq,, su-
perlntendent of dredges, New Westminster, B. C, and from the postmaster at Vancouver, B  C.
Persons tendering aro notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on forms supplied aud signed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case of firms, tho actual signature, the nature ol the occupation, and  place  of  residence   of
each   member   of   tl.e   film    must   be   ^j" p^ ~ "d applications can be
given. W^^^^^^^^
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Hun
orable Minister of Public Wotks, for
one tl . il .1 dollaitj ($1000) which
will be foi i II  the pet sou tender
^^^^^   to cuter,into   a contract ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
hen called upon to do so or. fails to  \', , r,      ..      , _ ,   .,
Satisfactory Results of Tests of   New
! his cell throughout the night. William
any tender j pjnkerton, of Pinkertons national <ie-
1 teet Ive agency, stated, while here on a
Samples of the groceries aud all in    trip fot the specific purpose of seeing
formation obtainable on application to  Miner, that tha prisoner wouid neve.
^^^^^B W. li. KBABY,
Secretary H. C   H.
N'ew Westminster, B.C., March 7, 1911.
TENDERS.
Tenders will be asked for the lathing aud plastering ou new Bank of
Commerce building, New Westminster,
up to Satuiday   evening,   March   18,
seou at  lu'W
stay in a road camp, and that unless
he died. Minor would not be in a Georgia jail for one year���and he is more
than likely right.
Miner gets much sympathy on account of his fair and square ways and
hia old age. Kvery day be receives
dainties and food from some of tbe
best good ladies of the town, many
of them bringing it themselves,
anxious 'o visit him at every possible
chance. When his trial occurred before a special  term    of    Hall county
��������� ���r (    .      .     siipeiier court,  the entire    enclosure
Bank huilding. or by ap-  around the bar was Oiled with ladies.
Windsor
plyiim   to   W.   11.   Cawston,
hotel,    Lowest or any tender nol  nee
essarlly accepted.
CYANIDE   MILL.
N��* Westm!arter Land District     Di��
trict o< New Weitminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel K  Ha''
*is. of Vancouver, occupation photo.
rai  "   intends to apply   for permt*
���ton '    ;..r<hase the following   lands
Commencing at a post planted on the
���est   Bide   of   Pemberton   Trail,   3>4
""'m  north   of   (Ireen   Lake,    thence
"orth Su chains, thence east SO chain*,
theme south SO chains, thence  west I
sn chains to the point  of   commence
mp|1'. being the southwest comer post
0( lot  applied    for,    containing    Ht
���"ea more or less.
'Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Lionel D. llnwels
Fehruary 20,
ll.ei.ee   	
SO chains, thence north SO
the point of commencement
iaiiiin<i 640 a. res moie or lefs
MABE1   1 ''cy PAIQE.
Hated Cebrnarv 17. 1011
LAND ACT NOTICE.
III.    'I*���	
a  posi  planted about  two mile*, nor'h   ev. intends to appiy ior penuisoiuu *a*
nf t  1,  loi <i',i on 'he wtw nhttre ol   purchase    the    following    described  wm-��� ,.���,,������ ���,,���
llsclnm  lake, thence  west  vil .-hninR,  lands- plete Hie work contracted fur.    U
south   SO  chnlns.  ihence  east      commeneine nt n pest planted about  the tender be ni
""    hnlns to two miles south of T. 1.  1031. and on  will be returned.
and con-j the enst shore of Haslnm 1,nl;e, tbence      Tbe  department   does   not bind   It-
east    80    chnlns,    thenre    north    SO   self to accept  the lowest or any ten-
chains, thence west SO cbalns, thence
south so ci'nlns. tn the point of commencement, atid containing 010 acres,
more cr less.
CHARLES SOLfty.
February 17th, 1011.
self to
der.
Dls-
M��-   .
1011.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
N
0\a
Nsw Westminster tind DUtHc*
trict of New Westminster.
^^^'Ylu'lVv^u'-'-'-'upa-NRW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
Isslnn to purchase the follow-1 ster, B.  P.- Take notice that I, Peter
Commenclne at   _    Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-
R.
By Order,
C. DKSItOCIIEUS.
^^^^^^^^^1 Becretarjr.
Hepartment  of  Public    Works.   Ottawa. March 0, 1011, M
Newspapers will not be paid for this T���T'""','T_, "J""*"' izm z. ��� ���__t
.      ,.           .  ,. ,,       .        .  ,,       ...     uaj, anu naa neeii hunt at a cost
advertisement If they insert it    with-      '      .... .... ""��� " *"""���
department.       a 01U ��-u-uw-
lie said nothing during the proceedings and tlie only words he uttered
came after the sentence had been
'.1: led, W lieu he arnse and thanked
tl.e judge,    iv ing
" Thanks, Julgu; robbery Is robbery, and  here's another care.-'
Ho then turned to a large group of
women and  sai 1  that   tbtrB  was only
March  16.���During  (jowu i,y the ten cuminaadrnw ta.    He
whether or not he liad
^    I'll     K\pi (iss    rnffl.
Columbia  Copper company  bas  been  pany, the courts had endeavored    to
put In operation and somo tests uiado  rob him of what little remained of bis
Mill  at Napoleon  Mine.
Phoenix,   B.J
the past lew days the new cyanide mill  also said that, whetlu
al  Lhe  Napoleuii  mine ol'  Hie   Krilish   robbed   the   Souihen
to try out the plant, with highly satis- life, "but  another guess  was cm.ing
factory results.    The mill.  Which has their way,"  be  remarked  with  a sly
been   under   construction    tor   s nue wink
months, has a capacity of iou tons per
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
<* Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
THvR    NOTICK    that    Herald    fl.
wMge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
f(>r mariner, intends to apply for per-
to p.irehase the following de-
scrthPfi lands:    Commencing at a post
Wanted on Green   River,   p��mb*>rton
'out miles north nf Oreen I.aKn.
t.ience north HO chains   'hence east S.l
"'a '"    hence south so chains. th��ne��
��Mt Sn -hains tn point   of commence-
"   :      c'.ng touthwest corner post ot
lm   tonllad for, containing   140 nereis
Bore |E :,,������_
Hgnail. WH.f.lAM f.RWiS.
Aannt. for Gerald IC. Bridge
"Uirtnry 20, TOIL
for perm
",e ''r.VJirtlii^bont nalf"mile south  ���on broker, Intends to apply for per
VT /   1        ���("    and  one mile east  m, ..,nn to purchase the following do-1     Re a part (5 acres) of the south GO
"   ^   J Ike  the." e east so chnlns,  ^ribor, ,nnds: acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-
n  '      ^   ith sn Sa "ng Thence west SO  Commencing at a post planted about  tlon 24, Township 4 (subdiv sion 1) in
TtZ Xncrno   1 Vo chnlns to the  three   miles    northwest    of    Haslam  the District of New Weatmlnater
irnf commene ement, nnd contain-; Lnke.  thence   west, SO chains.thence
'1   to sTs more or less north so chain*, thence east 80 chains   cate tit e_Ko. 4
l��l��wllcSr".,,*tii*n ! thence  south  80 chains,  to  point ot name
commencement,   and   containing  640 , been filed
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
Dis-      February 17th, 1911.
ISAnRM.A  McFAPLAN'H.
pv D. O'Hnr. . Agent
Dated   February  H. [91Jl_
^ANDACT NOTICE.
A Freak of Fortune.
It will be an odd prank of fate   lf
��� T-^_______________________________J_. ^' Miner, tho most famous of Amerl-
The. Napoleon mine in the past has can train robbers, should end his
been working intermittently 10 supply days in a remote Georgia prison,
tbe deficiency of sulphides at the com- whose walls seldom hold anything
puuy's smelter. Overlying tho unal- mora desperate than a poor unoffend-
tered sulphides is a large body Of oxi- ing revenue prisoner, taken from the
dlzed ore eoutuinlu.. gold, which lias mountains for earning his livelihood
been systematically explored by drift- In tbe barren hills by manufacturing
lng.   Last year a carload of these ox- whisky.
  "' '      " "","   for      But It is a two-to-one shot that ho
Itle  No. 4781A, lssuea in    me *u������i��e. ,.*.-., v~ _ _,    _      the  wlll be heard from again,  when  his
of Oeorge A. Wltherspoon, has company decided to build the stamp token of remembrance wlll be a hole
iled In this office. mill at the site near the Napoleon.       in the wall of the Georgia prison, left
'  ""' '  ���' ���"       Th" Ornnhv Consolidated produced as a memento of his historic visit.
e   District  OI   11BW   iitmuuiu. ��, ������"���_____
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl- ides were shipped to Denver, Colo., for
....    .v    '-gjAi iasued in    tbe milling test, as a result of which
en meu in tnis oiuue. ���������  ---
Notice is hereby given that I ahall.     The Granby Consolidated produced as
* *  "ro t10   r.r**.���Am Af  ..rtT-trtor  Qf   n  post. Of
mat   A   una..,       	
at the expiration of one month from 1,758,518 pounds of copper at a cost of _____
the date of the flrst publication here- 10% cents a pound during the montn        	
 * '- ���-* *������-- r**s*y*i*  vanr   seven   fur- ounces of gold in January u year ago.
N��w Westminster L.ind District.
trict of New Westminster.
T-XKIC  MOTICE that 1, Clinton
McCormick. of Vancouver, oecupnti
P.
_________ on
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchas* the following described
lands' f.ommene'ntt at a post plantel
thnirj
on the east
WATeR   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an ap-
of. In a dally newspaper published in of January ol ^*���'�����n~l- For the first eight months of the
the City of New Westminster, issue a naceiTbeing in ^r^ a^h'^ conSmy's fiscal year the Qranby
duplicate of the said certificate, un- ter theif���^.^0'"1.* ounces and mines at Phoenix have shipped a total
.... ,. .,��� mB���ntlmo valid  ohiection output of silver ���W���������**���1 ���f 646,,77 ton. of otO. which ia .Ught-
of   copper,   35,083 ly under the averago fW-ithO/pf^fflBB
less In the meantime valid  objection output
be made to me in writing. gold 4426 ounces.
C. S. KEITH. 1,645,613   pounds
^^^^^^^^^^istrar of Titles, ounces of silver, ������ -������^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Land  Peglstry  Office,  New  West- gold in the previous month, and with development wort
2,077,985   pounds   of   copper,   31,581-the property.
9 Ma*J7 i��    on 'fllcotlon will be made undter Part V. of     Land   Registry  Office,  New
,bont two miles south,oTJJ^Jot  031. P��c��m to obtaln & u..mln9ter> B. c., March 9, 1911.
shore of   nasiam   i����^i PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH  1
1, 1911.
IVI. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have beard so much about.
Nothing better made In the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
Is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and slands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking,
City News
Father and tlie Boys" will he the,     Mrs. Leslie Hunter,   of   the    Burr
block, leaves today fur England, where
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
attraction at tlie opera house tonight,
The ne\t  show will  be "In  Lonesome
I Town," a musical come.ly.
Ci.ll at  our    store    iin'tl''Veccive    a
| spray  of  genuine  "Shamrock."    A.  S.
Mills .t Co., 517 Columbia street. **
The  annual  meeting  of  the  Cana-]
dlan  order  of  tl.e   Woodmen of  the
World   will  be  beld  here on Tuesday
evening, when officers will lie elected.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone 1. 208 **
Judging by the advance sale of
tickets there should be a big attendance at the Irish concert in St. Patrick's   hall  this  evening.
Mrs.   i Uev.)   II.   M.   Irwifi  will     address    a    ladles'    meeting    in    Knox.
church,    Sapperton,     this    afternoon, |
commencing at two o'clock.
she will visit relatives for some time
Ice cream on hand. Ira A, Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 31Q. **
Sid Newington will in the near
future open a cigar store In Hie from
part of the Liverpool Arms.
For   A-l halrdresslng,   manicuring,
etc., go to the Misses Purdy & Plester,
Market   Square, Phone 870.
NEW
Spring Costum
%2)
'y^msmi.^
i_z_u_u:
of exceptionally  attractive  appearance
DO YOU
WANT
Something
for
Nothing ?
?
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
The Public
Supply Stores
Our showing of women's and misses' spring suits finds a place
have been careful to examine Into the features most prominent. In
carefully selected.   Perfect tailoring gives assurance of proper 111  and
ugh In the estlm
nation of those who
he lirst  place    fabrics    bave   been
comfort,    Style  character!
appeal to all who care about liaving the newest  to be had.    Now  is the time to choose.   \\,. [nvi
to this week's showing of suits and coats.
h  .
I
A. W. McLeod
INSURANGt
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, hy
resident tuner. 1*. ll. I'earse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Hox 455. **
Cheques for the Chinese famine relief fund should he made out in the
name of J. S. Bryson, who has been
appointed treasurer of tlie relief committee.
Tlie best klln-drled wood, a three
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three horse
load for only $:i.00.   Phone 4111.
Five drunks faced the police magis
trate yesterday morning. Four were
fine the usual two fifty and eo.-Us. Tho
fifth hoofed it beyond the boundaries,
by request.
Kveryone entering our store today
will,receive a buttonhole of Shamrock.
A. S. Mills & Co., iii" Columbia
street. **
The funeral of Allen Cummings, the
former member of the Hoyal Engineers (Sappers and Miners) who died
in Vancouver on Wednesday, will take
place at the Roman Catholic cemetery,
Sapperton, today.
Tickets for St. Patrick's concert can
be obtained at A. L. Lavery's store,
Columbia street. Floor, 75c; gallery,
uOe. u    **
The annual meeting of the Wes;
Knd Lacrosse club will be hei I in No.
2 fire hall on Tuesday evening at
eight o'clock, when officers for tlie
year will be elected. President Pat
Feeney will be in tlie chair.
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
A Very seedy job
Yesterday's arrivals  by  river  route
included tlie steamer Ophir, from Tacoma with 3000   sacks   of   hard wall I
plaster, the steamer Trader from Tod.
~ | Inlet with 600 barrels of cement an 1'
  Itbe  steamer  Flyer  witli  ',\~>t)  tons    of
I coal.
We will admit, but we had to do it to, ,   ���
>     Wanted���Salesmen and sales ladies,
let   you   know   that   we   still   lead   in j T,,e  Eastern  Sales  Co., Ltd.,   105  Columbia  street. **
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
Grey, Diagonal
Tweed Suit
$37.50
A suit of exceptional stylish appearance. Material is a line
diagonal tweed ln grey, ("oat is
short, lined with satin and trimmed with black piping, skirt
made in straight gored narrow-
style.    Kach   $37.50
Children's
Reefers
$2.50 to
$7.50
Scarlet and navy blue serge
reefer coats in styles suitable
for children one to twelve years
of age. The various styles are
nicely cut and I rimmed with
braids an.l gilt buttons. Kach
$2.50 to      $7.50
Navy Blue
Cloth Suit
$29.50
Cloth In tine basket weave; coal
lias collar
md
ol
trimmings
black Ottoman silk, fancy braid
buttons, silk lining; skirt plain,
straight gored style, trimmed
wiili wide fold,    Each ... .$29.50
Grey Striped
Coats, ful1 len*th
Each $23.50
Among the season's must popular coats are these grey striped
coats. Worsted materials perfectly     tailored     in     attractive
Black and
White Checked
Suit, $30
Coat is line I with Btrlped satin
and is made win, black piped
fold around bottom, ,-i deep roll
collar is of i,lack moire Bill
trimmed   with   braid;     skirt    |a
made with straight deep hand
with black piping. Each ���  $30.00
st \ I<
full
length,   lined   to
waist,    Ivory  buttons;
Km
all sizes,
...$23.50
Black ���d White
Striped Coats
$17.50 each
New straight cut coats, lined to
the waist, hlack    silk;    . o
and black buttons; very popular
styles.    Kach ,  $17.50
Black Satin
Petticoats
$6.50 each
Very sofl and cllngln . made
with narrow flo.iiici. and I ai
accordian pleated nm to ���
Kach    56.50
Wide Variety in Silk "Moirette' 'Petticoats
the SEED business.
See our window display.   We liandl?
besides drugs a fine line of
KODAKS AND
SUPPLIES
CHOCOLATES
SPECTACLES
All pi ices.
And
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jl-U A.:��L'
SEEDS
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster.    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:  Princess St
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
ChloroUyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STOI
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
The congregation of St. Stephen's
Presbyterian church will hold a social
on Tuesday evening for the purpose
of welcoming and becoming acquainted with Kev. .11. (',. and Mrs. Melvln,
tlie former having just assumed
charge of the church.
The Winnipeg fire stock reserved
for New Westminster wiil he thrown
to the mercy of the public today at.
!' a.m. Store now closed for preparations. Tlie same low juices that have '
made our Vancouver sale so successful, wlll prevail at our branch store.
Eastern Sales Co., Ltd., 405 Columbia
street. **     j
I
The Women's Auxiliary of the Hoyal
Columbian hospital will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday afternoon at three o'clock in the board of
trade room, when the nomination of
officers for the current year will be
proceeded with. All members are requested to attend. The annual meei-
ing will be held on the third Wednesday in April.
Detective McKenzie, of the staff of
Sheriff Payett, who has been trailing
IxjiiIs Salazar, the Chilean who is
wanted on a murder charge in
Hoqulam, Washington, found his
"blood" on the other side of the rive-.
A warrant was sworn to and the
prisoner who refused to take proceedings under the extra Uction act, went
back to the American side of the line
yesterday in charge of the trailer.
Messages have been sent from thc
police of Pall Kiver, Mass., asking
that a diligent search be made for
Louis Tlmot, who also goes by the
name of Louis Duval, and who left his
home in tlie eastern state a few years
ago, intending to come to tills part of
tlie province. His brother has informed the police officials that he has news
of an ininortant nature to communicate to his kin, but as there Is no description of the missing youth it is a
hard Job to tackle.
Kev. ,1. S. Henderson yesterday
afternoon united In marriage John
Joseph Russell and Margaret Ann
Crosskell, both of this city. The
bridegroom was supported hy W. K.
Hunter and the bride hy Miss Annie
Kussell. A numher of relatives witnessed the nuptials and after the ceremony all sat down to a wedding feast,
at the home of Mrs. F. McLaughlin on
Holland street. The happy couple will
reside in this city, as Mr. Kussell Is in
the employ of the C. P. K. and has his
headquarters here.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Moirette  underskirts are splendid wearing garments, sightly in appearance    and     retain    fll
severe wear.    All the new cuts anl  styles are featured in llie new  showing now on display.
arc made with deep knee flounce or with narrow  flounces of accordian pleating;  others are closi
Btyles suitable for wearing  with new narrow skirts; also skins in   which no fullness whatever exlsti
aroundhlps, and buttoned up the back,   Shown ln shahs of cream, navy   Wisteria.   Empire   green,  oil
rose, tan, Sapphire blue, brown, cardinal, etc., and hlack; also In two-tone changeable effects.
Each $4.50, $5.50, 6.75, 7.50 and $10.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
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TOTAL   LOSSES   PAID  SINCE   ORGANIZATION
EXCEED  $225,000,0C0.00
Royal   Exchange   Assurance
of London, England
A Fire Policy in that company protects you.
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Tne People s Trust Co.. Ltd.
W.  F. EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431  Columbia Street, Phone 669
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, G:20  6:60
and every half hour thereafter until tl p. ra.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver  at  fi,
hour until ll p. m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  N'ew  Westminster for Vnncouuver nt 7:L'0 a   m.,
u. m, and 3:20 p. m.
8 and every   balf
11:20
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HOUSES
FOUR ROOMS, near car line, $$1800;  one-third cash.
SIX   ROOMS,   Nanaimo   street, near car, $2500; one-third cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, modern, near Sixth street car, $3000;  monthly payments.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new and modern, $3500; $800 cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new, modern, close to car, $3700; terms to arrange.
SEVEN ROOMS, modern, extra well built, $4200, terms to arrange.
Call or Phone for Full  Particu lars.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. Oksley and Mrs. Corman take
this opportunity of thanking their
many friends for their kind words of
sympathy and Iloral offdMh^g*ln their
late bereavement.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour !!.:�����
after up to ll p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction fur Steveston,
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every  balf
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH!
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster it a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
F.J. Hart& Co., W
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New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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 along
Front street, tlience along part of Columhla stieet, then via Brunette
street to the Brunette river ?
of on.'
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service may be made at the ('""'
pany's local office, or a postal mailed to tho head office, vanoouve ,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C Electric Railway Co'y, Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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