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NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 329.
YPEWRITERS
Standard Make $5 Ptr Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
WATSON HISSED IN
PROVINCIAL HOUSE
MEMBER IS TOLD TO "DO IT NOW"
wHEN HE SAYS HE WILL RE-
SIGN IF OPPOSED TO McBRIDE
POLICY IN FUTURE.
Victoria, March 1���Premier McBride
definitely announced in the house yesterday evening thut the government
would not reconsider its decision to
cass a bill to enable South Vancouver
to be anneied by Vancouver this year.
When Watson (Vancouver) rose
after the premier's address on a
question ol privilege toTJeny that he,
as had been reported in a Vancouver paper, was opposed to the government's course in the annexation matter, he was hissed from the galleries,
which were crowded with delegates
from South V. :<eouver and Vancouver.
After oiilcr had been somewhat re-
I established, Watson said that as soon
an he found himself not in accord with
the polity of the government be would |
resign.
"Do it now," shouted several voices
j fr��ra the . allery.
At this stage the speaker threaten-
| ed to clear the gallery, whereupon the
tumuli subsided.
The Companies' act passed Its third
reading.
The house will probably adjourn today.
PRESIDENT TAFT GIVtS
HO GOVERNMENT JOB
PRICE OF CHEAP TEAS
WILL BE RAISED HERE
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTR
Cup that Cheers and Costs Little Will
Cost   a   Little   More���Coffee  Also
Due for a Boost.
That the retail grocery trade of
this city will raise the prices of the
cheaper grades of tea and coffee is
almost a foregone conclusion in the
opinion of some merchants spoken to
yesterday on the point. Prices within the past month have jumped up in
nearby cities, and as tlie local dealers
must safeguard themselves, an
crease in the prices of these
stibles will be made
THE AUDIT ONCE AGAIN
The question of the position of Auditor Cotsworth has been made even
more uncertain than before by the report presented by the Finance committee to the��'Councll on Monday night; whilst the question of that official's remuneration has been presented In quite a new phase. We are
very glad to see that determined opposition was raised to the proposed
payment of $900 to the auditor for his services up to December 1910, and
Incidental expenses, and that by virtue of this action the matter will now
have to come up for further discussion.
Tlie public is certainly entitled to have a full and complete statement
of what is covered by this item. If the auditor is to be paid a salary from
April to December 1910 inclusive, it should be fully explained first
why such payment is due, when we have the fact that ln May last the auditor was only permitted to continue the work he had commenced upon the
distinct understanding that he would "do this without any pay, providing
he was paid up to date." He was paid for those services at tlie princely
rate of $40 per day, in all $1800. Now the public is asked to foot a bill for
$900 more for the time the auditor is supposed to have been putting in at
tlie City Hall since May last.    But he    was    away   In    England    for   two
("Z"'" '.l���','.0 ".""'    ���      u I months or so, and what, we should like to ask, is he to   be   paid for   this
common giade tea is short on the  ,,���_���
LENTEN OBSERVANCES       jTHHEE THOUSAND
COMMENCE THIS MORNING!        ^ QYING DAILY
in-
come-
For   Forty   Days   All   Good   Catholics
Will Avoid Undue Indulgence in
Worldly Pleasures.
STARVING CHINESE REDUCEO TO
EATING DOGS AND CATS���
HOUSES ARE TORN DOWN IM
SEARCH OF FORGOTTEN FOOD.
market, but this is not through a demand for the article, said a Westminster   merchant   yesterday.      Growers
time? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
We observe that the committee now estimate the worth of tlie auditor's
services at only $50 per month! This is indeed  a come-down from  $40 per
genera  >    a\e been doing away with : day, and Bhowg that the v.llue of the a,ldi,or-s services prior to May last
must have been much over estimated.
Another point upon which the ratepayers are entitled  to information  is
Important Position in  Department   of
Justice Allotted to Colored Bos
tcnian���Salary Is $5000.
I ;         .*
Washington, March 1.���President
Taft yesicrday afternoon named William li. Lewis, a Boston negro, assist-
this class of goods of late years as i��
has been found that better grades can I
be grown  for the same price as  tlie I
common stocks, and naturally a better  as to what the auditor has accomplished during the past ten months, and
"\a ���* 'm.?!."!?".^0^ . ���. ,    ,   .      lf this is worth even the sum of $.r>0 per month ?    A fortnight ago we were
as a matter of fact,   remarked the .
merchant,  "the  decrease   In   the   de- "le au<"t for 1!,fJ!' was completed  by   the  issue  of  the  auditor's
mand for tlie cheaper class of teas has   report and that a balance sheet for that year had been prepared.    Where Is
been   most  marked   in   Westminster. | this  balance sheet and  when  will  Itbe handed down?    We have not   yet
Lin' ,lane'j ,the   -fhfu,gr,ade ,ea 1,as; been informed bV whose authoritv the auditor's report was printed and cir-
heen called for and this has had the
effect now of sending tlie price un  at  cu'ate" throughout the city just prior to the civic election. This demands an
least to the dealer, so that we have to   answer also.
pay more for it without getting any of Until now the public was not made aware that the auditor was working
torn'r "CeaSed C��St baCk f'��m thC CUS' 0n the books aDd accountB cf ,he cit? for 191��- 0ur understanding was
The increase In the price of coffee at Mr" Cotsworth wftB appointed for special work and not as permanent
will have an effect ln this citv but f?eneral auditor. If this is so, how does it come about that he has taken
just how much tlie dealer was not over the work of the general audit aad superseded Auditor Walker? When
prepared to say as  lie could not  tell   an<j   by   whom   was  such  an  appointment made, we should like to know?
What is tlie salary to be and the conditions of service? Also when was
Auditor Walker, who held office under the Civic affairs bylaw, dismissed
from his position? Again, It should be known by whom Mr. J. B. Rushton
was appointed to assist the auditor, and  whether  he  was  appointed  by  the
what class of that drinkable was consumed generally.
TO   KILL   EVERY  DOG   IN   TOWN.
Perryville,  Ky., Council   Issues   Dras-  latter or by the council, and  who is paying his salary ?
Today is the flrst of the third month
and it ushers in the beginning of | Shanghai, Feb. ,8._A miaalouvy
Lent, in all Catholic churches through-, who arrived today from the famine
out the world speclul services will be district, where he has been engaged
held. i in relief work, states that 3000 persons
The celebration can be traced back' are dying, and that 350,000 are wholly
to the third century, but at that time dependent for food on the foreign re-
there was much confusion as to the   lief committee.
period which the fasting term should' In many places dogs and cats are
occupy and it was not until two bun- being killed for food,
dred years later that a definite time Houses are being pulled down by-
was set. From time to time, however, the occupants and the debris closely
the exact number of days have beeu examined for anything that can poo-
altered since then, but for many years  sibly be eaten.
now the period  has  been forty days. I 	
Whilst at  one time    the    severest      St.  Petersburg, Feb. 28.���Pei Chan-
regulations  were in  vogue    for    the  anlintze, about fifty miles from Har-
carrying out of tlie prescribed routine   bin, is  being ravaged  by the plague,
to   be   observed,   Lent   is   now   so  The deaths there are reported to num-
changed that there are few    resetnb-  ber 200 daily.   The disease Is raging ai
lances to the ancient hard and    fast  Kirin, Hulancho, opposite Harbin, and
rules.      The     Irish     people,     whilst  at Bodune, 100 miles southeast of the
amongst   the  most   devout  Catholics,   Manchuria capital,
are permitted by their church to call      Bread riots have occurred tiirough-
a halt, on St. Patrick's Day, on which   out  the stricken  districts.    The   far-
day they may enjoy themselves ln any   eign consuls are preparing to leaver
foun.   but   immediately   afterwards  a      Troops   have   refused   to    go    into
return to the Lenten observances must  plague Infected sections,
be made. The    Chinese   emperor   has   repri-
I manded the Manchurlan authorities
: for not having dealt more energetical-
I ly with the situation. The far cast-
on ern press is filled with apprehensions
! of a recrudescence of boxerism.
FORTY THOUSAND TREES.
URGES   WAR   ON
SNORTING   SEA   LIONS
tic Orders of Warfare.
Leglngton, Ky., Feb. 28.���Five hundred Perryville dogs must die!    This
is  the order of the council   of   that
place
We regret to find that Mayor Lee considered it necessary to go out of
his way on Monday night to make   a violent  attack on "one of the newspapers of the city" for its cri icl?m of the action of tbe mayor and council in
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      regard to the affair of this auiit, and  of   Mr.  Cotsworth  for  the  way   in
Shortly after dark a few evening ago  which he has performed his work. We assume that the News is meant, and
a large brown dog of the setter breed,  join  l8BUe wlth Mayor Lee upon this charge and deny that we have eve.-
fownireHJnnMhe.,mi(l8,t ��f    aLri2t, dealt with this subject in any but a fair and proper manner.  We have, from
town.    He attacked Jesse   Webb,   a' ..... . ....    ._   . ..,''��� ,. u
prominent citizen, and then proceed- the ver>  '>eglnnlng  criticised both the  council  and  the  auditor,   perhaps
^  i    ��� ������      '       pii/uuiicui    \.iii��tu,    aim    tuuu    yi*mm**s-o'*a*\r , . t . _     .        ��     ______
ttatt^uey general at the depart: ed to cause a panic among the women severely,   fop   we. considers aad Still  consider, that the kw��ole buwiess
LiJ '*���*"* ��������-   -    '   '-*-*���      -*���    ���**' ���    3     - -���       *   -' --�����'��� '--- -=..,- ..,    ��������� J|,t$awi thaf t\}f patt^tji
t��U,
The job carries with It a safiyrf of
' $5000 a year. ^^^^^^^^^���
has men
Doukhobor    Society    Will    Plant
Large   Scale   This   Season.
Nelson,  Feb.  28.���Tree planting on
an enormous scale will be carried out  COOPER
this season by the Doukhobor society,
according to John Sherbinin, agent of H	
the colony at Brilliant, who was ln the Alberni, B. C, Feb. 28.���Sea Hans
city purchasing supplies and attending in thousands are roaring and snorting:
the sessions of the short course in hor- in the waters of Alberni canal and
ticulture. | Barkley  sound.    They  are  devouring;
Altogether 40,000 trees have been or-  fish  in  numbers   beyond   calculation,
dered for this year's planting   by the  and not being content with tlie horde*
colonies at Brilliant and Grand Forks,  they eat alive they pursue their wovic
Mr.  Sherbinin  states  that   the   prin-  of awful destruction by either fright-
cipal industry of the Brilliant colony   cning others to death in the water, or
at  the   present  time  is  logging,   the   causing them to jump ashore where
men being in the bush on the various  they must die anyway,
areas  owned  by  the  society  on   the      This startling information waa given
south side of Kootenay river between  with adaotable dramatic    tevor    and
P_��rjt Alberni
during
i Slocan Junction and Brilliant.
iJ^Wter th
pose Reciprocity.
���Word Slfto
ample elaboration te
I board of trade by
; the regular
Monday*
EYE   REMOVED  AND
REPLACED.
Girl Hit fay Bullet Recovers After an
Amazing Operation.
New York, Feb. 28.���Elsie Cokal,
four years old, who was shot In the
head ten days ago, and whose eyesight and hearing at the time were
believed to lmve been ruined, has been
iMsrharged from St. Joseph's hospital,
Jfoiikere, us completely cured. The
Sirl's rapid and wonderful recovery
nas due io a delicate operation per-1
.'ormel hy Drs. .1. F. Larkla and
George M. Patten, of the hospital staff.
The left ryp was removed from its
socket ami replaced without injury
alter the bullet in Mie child's head had
been taken out.
Elsie's home is in No. 32 Prospect
street, Yonkerg, Ten days ago she
*M playing In a room where John Se-
dor. a boarder, was cleaning an old revolver.   The weapon  was   discharged
i ** <*���
���^Sl^rKnSftv. Bee^ " V ^^j^**^���* appointment of a commie-
affected with rabbi��T and after a sIon flt aU *"" ��������*���%*>��� t���� way. ���*������ *��� ���* m*>��r ***** by atat-
night, of watfare among the 500 dogs inS that hjairhaiMlMt beffr��bW* If %oifce part ot the facta that should
of tbe town, the council ordered them have been brought'to light liave,, been withheld, why is this special audit put
all killed in order to prevent further! forward as complete? Ie not the Mayor himself acting Improperly in allow-
trouble in case they had been bitten, ,ng thi8 audU to ^ pM8e<, off 88 complete whenthere are yet some Import-
ant facts which have not been disclosed?
We should be delighted to see the whole question of the city finances
properly enquired Into by such a commission. Then certain facts which
are at present shrouded In mystery, as well as tlie;ether half of which the
Mayor speaks, would*** brought to light add the citizens correctly Informed upon the position of affairs and the methods of civic administration.
The infegrlty, of thf praee has never been called to account so much as
it was Monday night by Mayor Lee of our city. The mayor assumed, why,
we do "not know, that our' paper was biassed In the favor of certain persons,
to obliterate our fair sense of dealing with matters concerning the welfare
of the people. The mayor never made a greater mistake. We know he has
made many breaks that we have tried to soften, but when he goes to work
und accuses a newspaper of being coerced in its judgment,   he   makes
by the strange dog.
FERNIE COAL MINERS
WILL NOT GO ON STRIKE
Local   Grievances  Between  Operator*
and Workmen all Adjusted���Situation at Frank Also Normal.
^^^^"E��.�� them ^d^fleved ._^^^__
<iuld nw fM I    lt'*as not *tth the Idle intent  at
t<��. 1.1. it*��^,i i������^..������� .k��= ma**^-  merely providing melodramatic enter-
J^-^rj^S^^in^h.^^^ tainntent for bis* fellow members tbi
^^."^lJ^JJSUSIk^S! Mt. Cooper so vividly pictured ther
reciprttpity
the conclusion
of Canada that he considered the proposed agreement most important.
8.U.U. MEETING IS
ADJOURNED TO MARCH 10
the
All
Fernie, March !.���
strike of coal miners at this place or
at Frank. A report was sent out a
accidentally and the' b u Ret struck "the few days ago from Winnipeg that seri-
diild at the side of the left eye. She ous trouble was brewing, but since
��U taken to the hospital, and   the conditions have mended.
Pkyticlana at  first  believed she  was   Ult" lo"    ,,    M1 ������_.,,. ,...,���,
'%.    She   regaloS   consciousness,I     The trouble *as purel.   lo al
hwever, bul was unable to hear any-  grievances have now been ^adjusted.
��ln�� or to Bee out of her left eve, al-! 	
ttough the bullet  had  not broken it.! HUNDREDS   0F   HEADS
�� ��a* Been the removal of the bullet   HUN       ���'   "_. P    c_,CCUMBED
W the cleansing of the wound might; O^   CATTLE   SUCCUMBED
j*w the child's life.    Tho success ofl 	
hW operation was even greater than I    rar,igton  Feb 28.���Unusual climatic
��.ttWclani had hoped. Not only did |       d|l|on, ' have   prevailed   here   for
wsie regain strength rapidly, but her , conditions   nave   i
eyeslgbl   and   hearing    came   back,   some time and more especiall> foi the
��hen she loft the hospital she seemed  last two weeks.      Low   temperature.
H perfect health.
There will be no mistake of iiis life.
As regards the recent so-called audit, the Daily News has no fault to
find with an audit, it welcomes It as the natural corollary of a new mayor
taking office. If the new mayor did not insist upon a proper audit    of   the
HUNDRED   SHACKS   BURNED.
Wo"ian Lost  Her  Life  i n   Blaze
U1K1U.    uun.tr.  u  a***. ^^..  ~-   	
works of his predecessors, how could he know how the finances stood���but
this by the way. What we want to know how ls lt that during the past year
orders for furniture fittings, etcetera, have all been placed to the order of
Lees Limited ? We all know that Mayor Lee was the owner of this firm,
before Its incorporation; whether he has any connection with the firm at
present is for the people to find out, but what we do know is this: that
Lee's Limited has been paid hundreis of dollars for supplies, while such
tli ins as Fales, Denny &. Galloway, have received little or nothing.
We may be called to account as acting small in referring to the above,
but we are forced to, forced to because of the insinuations of Mayor Lee.
Mayor Lee would have it that we are subsidized. By whom, we would
like to know; he would have it that we dare not open our mouths, he
would have It, that because he can presumably close the mouth of the Columbian by advertising pap, that he can also close ours���a great mistake.   We
Westminster, not Mayor Lee, we are watching
with the wind from the northeast, has
h*mio*M      snow       Dot    of    the    **gnt, 1
5�� kind,  bu't  snow   which.  ^A^^^^SZ. uot Mayor Lee. we are here to publish the
piled like dunes of tine sand   was a ever>   cent thaVls ��3J����*Jv'  therefore   is Mavor Lee trouble.!? Mayor
a*   mass of minute Icicles, each finer and true accounts of our city, why, tneieiore. mju
     I ���*e minted than  cambric   needles   Lep ,.,f Uiev w,nt things pushed to an issue, let It go ahead and per-
. *wbank8,   Alaska,   Feb.    28.-One' TheBe minute icicles fell and covered ( ^ be ^^ gorry they had  forced matters  to  an extreme
"oman was burned to death In a flre; Uie jand to a depth of several^Inches.      v ^ ^ ^ lnference ,9 the Daiiy News.   Rubbish, go ahead.
jat destroyed one hundred shacks in' Tt,en- the wind changed and
"'restricted district at Cleary City' from the west, and its fury increased
��arl!' today. The flre department untn 0ne could hardly stand against
l0,|Hu  the blaze,  which  is   believed  ,t       The  minute  particles of_ snow
^as of   incendiary   origin,   for
We repi
esent the great public.   We want everything published, and we demand that a royal commission be held.
Cowardice is a word unknown in the annals of the press, the press has
hours
'"'t could not check it.
two  were caught tp and hurled   throughJ        ^^"^^^e^the press ls, we hope. Incorruptible, and let the press
the alr m a bUndlng^n.,, JMji}^^^ investigations when they are called, and let their honor
New Real Estate Firm.
No Prohibition Thla Year. 'th" "rev,ce8 unue'  """'"'   " *'hi--i be forever vlndicated
Iif)i��', Idaho, Feb. 28.���Prohibition-   """* ^h" front Wo   four   and    six
od1;y al)andoned lU1 ���       of pllt.  upon eaoh {Jfjgj^ were re8Cued
��lf Idaho in the prohibition column  |^m thi streets crying.   The rancher
'����  legislate  session   following  f���mb^ta flro ind'worrled about his
2   l,h,��' of the measure In the sen-  ���* b/ ���te prairie   without   belV _     ..........
!"e that would have referred the pro-' �������,e,������lwpJ_     But morning came1 ln the real estate and Insdrance busi
REGULAR   DAVID   HARUM.
Messrs. J. A..Motherwell add W. L.  ju               Hor$e put ^^  ^^
Darling have entered Into partnership _       .        .    .;._.	
ported operations of thojjWi^s d
stroyers.    He urged a dKmkn^ion i
war on the 8��a lions, a^i.-^feg^stt^
that both Dominion   an<t Ptovinei?l
rcvernments slmidd be'.'. slc*d to .tbi*-'
lilsh the einews by metes-pf b<f*_t.
Probably it was that the terrffJrluK
news was sprung too suddenly, aini
.        ...     the listeners did not have sufffefent
j time to i-ecover from  the   awe w*ct��
Members Postpone   Business   Out   of   which   they   were   stricken,   but    far-
I some reason the meeting; was adjoarv
Respect for C. A. Welsh in Hla        ed without any show ot desire for Its*!
Tim. ���? R.r.,���.���...��� j Hgerent action.    Only one voice w��s
Time of Bereavement. raised ta 8Upport of Mr cooper'�� plea
  ! tor   a   demonstration   of   hostilities
j against  the  annlhilators  of   the   de-
Rising amidst an impressive silence fenceless flsh, and that waa the voice
at the    Vancouver    hotel    yesterday  of Thomas Rowley, a man   who   luu.
evening at the special meeting of the  won some local fame as a fighter  of
B. C. A. L. A. committee, Con Jones sea 1,ons-   Mr- Rowley Intimated that
said:  "Gentlemen, it is with a great there  were  more  attractive   occult-
sorrow that I address   vou   at   this  tlons, but that if the government _***
time.   As you all know we were caller  flt t0 issue a cal1 to arms b* hanghw
here to straighten up the correspond-  UP a substantial bounty he would be
ence of the latter end of last season,  tempted  to  undertake  the   mobiUza-
and also  make preparations for the tlon of an aggressive fleet and make
annual general meeting which is to be  th�� surface of the sea run red xnti*
held next month.    This afternoon    I the b'����d ��f these roaring,   snorting
heard with keen regret of the death monsters. -.____._
of the mother of our dear friend Mr.'     Th�� Question may be   brought   up
Welsh.    What that man has been to aSai��i at *     next reSular meeting ��*
both his club (Westminster) and also the board^ ^^    ,,
the   association   everyone   who   fol-1 _..      M     n    .
lows our national sport knows, and ��� ���. u��de" " !*��" oo^jw
therefore it were well that at this' Bellingham, Wash., Feb'��� 28--*��
time I should not. go into the subject. Benjamin N Bond, son of the first
It would only be the right thing at governor of Illinois, a veteran of tbe
this juncture If we adjourned our Civil war, and the, o dest Mason Jbr
meeting of tonight out of respect to thf 8tate,of Washington, died hae
our brother in  his time of bereave- this morning at the age of eight.-foar
ment. I would therefore ask that some years. ^^
member move accordingly." I . ,_...���  t,lL,���M  PI_nf
Matt Barr  (Vancouver)-The news      .    ^,a��tr,'na  Di*?*�� *1fi    tw
of the_d.atii of   Mr. Welsh's   mother!     Santa Barbara   Cal., Feb   ��--D��^
makes7t--'lmpettirtve that we, as mem-  ing the most vio ent electrical^ attw
bers ot the Lacrosse association, can- ever experienced in Santa Barbara^
uot meet tonight and I move that we  *W the plant of the Santa Bai bar*
adjourn until the evening of Friday, Gas & Electric company was struck by
March 10.    1 further move that this lightning and partly destroyed.
association forward to the relations ot I . __���_ _���_ ��,���,__
tl.e late Mrs. Welsh a wreath."            !     . UW "����!���> f��J**     .-ti*ia
Mr. Jones formally    seconded    the     Vancouver,     Feb.     28.-RegistePei
resolution, which was carried.              I ���M 8acka containing probably $40/)W
Secretary Lynch    was   further   ln.  are reported to have been stolen frow
structed to send a letter of condolence  the Princess Beatrice on her last tor^
to Mr. Welsh.                                           from the north to tMs clty'   There *���
 1 j no clue.
i NO OFFICIAL NEWS
OF "OLD BILL" MINER
i<* was necessary.
Then Awards Judgment.
8.���Judge Hosen W.
David Harum,
nuuuiouo v��    --   ,   .   heneat'i   &    Darling.    Mr. muui��rm��i    �����> >��������� nut umi. mo ju..&o ���= given to noise
frozen  to death and burieo   w known locally, having been accountant tradIng> but he Is considerable of   a
the snow.   Asmany-sBlxty h��*     |       ^ ^^ ^^ of the  Bank of fhor9efle8h.   c. B. Cohen ask
!!trS lneonde Sft a little | Commerce for two yea�� �����^orthe J    ^ ^ ^ & ^
^Mtion constitutional  amendment  to  a���d ,he wind ceased;   but its havoc i nesg wRh ofticea over the Merchants Chicago, Feb. 28.���Jud
and in��"10',   The senate voted 13 for  had been something terrible.            J       .   th   fl m name being Motherwell w��Ua is some sort of a
Rt  vofw!' WhUe 'V UOthl,d8 ^I     Hundreds of head of   cattle   were ��nk,     ��               Moth��rwell   Is well Not that the judge Is g
".�� Milo was necPHSftrv . ,_   ., *��.   ������H   hurled   beneat.l   ��    uai img.    ""��� .���.������,
Express Car Held Up.
St. Louis,   March 1.���Masked   and
heavily armed robbers held up the ex
Ottawa, Feb. 28.���No word has yet
Lectures on Aeronautics. . ,- .
���Bin, Feb. 28.���Tt is officially  an-1 gether and burled   	
��;;;;:;. 'ia. n��.;ew��r��.���� ��ieye. *,j&zfv^<*&^.vwA"t the vancouver
""" "" JJ1UICD   KJ.   , au,
-nnan
Ban
ftftlw     . -���rvw_ oiiICO UIIU
���wool! will Institute lectur
press car of an Iron Mountain train1     ui,��..��, .��_.
within the city limits yesterday even- been received by the justice departing, escaping with several packages ment or the Dominion pollce by w��y
after binding and gag- of confirmation of the report tisit:
' Bill Miner has been capturedf fnr
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Beorgia. An>-( proceedings In ther
u    ,. .     ,, .      , j courts of the United States will he?
Manitoba Has a Surplus. | watched by the Domlnion autlionrfi*.
Winnipeg, March 1.���The provincial  bnt in vleL of the fact   that    Mtrter
and money bags
glng the messenger.
'���"X'k 'luring the summer
frrPriH   ,.,ii..���,, ,��� ^
es on aero-
last year manager or tne iocu. ��ai�� ^ ������� *r. f""RnrionTeaterdav  allee-' budpet. presented ln the house yestei- wm probably have to serve a t6���^,
Flnanc-.il  corpora- agaiAt H   L  Bu.lop >es^erday, ai,eg , Juflgejj                     e   q{ $3 g47 .������. more _ecent offences in the IJntt***
the  tlon.    Mr. Darling is well knowni all f_fJB��5��PB   to����.   wh Ue     unmng      y.      ^          ^                 ...The tele- states, It Is not likely tha t h e     ^
avenue,  phone system gave a surplus of $100; brought back to Canadaia'���*""<��
s on a ro-  the"Chiirch  ranch,  situated   on   Uie  **��*��# Zv%^ and  Vhn- ML had Injured his animal
1 i#   ,!oi^   west   both suffered severe losses. Wl- tnrougn  l"^ charge of Import- court adjourned to Michigan
haf.Le^-  I���' derso...   also   of   Mountain  couver   ha>.lng had. chaige of      P        ^ ^^ ^ ^^   ^ ]
connection with the and Cohen was ordered   to put   his  000.
"r-'Hl attention wil be given to tech-  Ham   Henderson,   also   o.   ��--�����-  ��� contract8 ,��� connection with the and Cohen was oroereo
, fr1 i.��.l.lemi coSected'with the fly- View,   had   cattle   BmoOlwed   wjn. ^^^ of ^ B. c. E> R. llno t0 horse through  his paces.
1*2 '"aohine, Its structural principles hnnched     ogethe..    seeking
I system  guve a ou.^.uo  *>.  ���*��� ���     mui*ii.    ��~~--    --    -- -.��*����
The revenue from the provincial  However, the officials *W.nnt. maw
Practical management
from the storm.
shelter construction
Chilliwack.
court awarded him $27.
i   put    his   U00.    Tlie revenue num mc K.��,...v...    ���������_,���,,   v.._    	
Then the telephone system this   year   is   esti- any definite statements peiMing Um
mated at $1,300,000. receipt of Information from Georglsu
i i
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���"    PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
MARCH ll1t11
Wants
WANTED���"SITUATION BY YOUNG
girl to care for children or housework.    Hox 7, Daily News office.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
(A) TWO LOTS on Hamilton street,
near Eighth, fruit trees and stable.
$1650,   Terms.
j (B) TWELVE LOTS in west end.
$F>uo each, one-third cash, balance
six nnd twelve months.
LAD"? WANTS TWO UNFURNISHED
rooms close to Royal avenue.   Apply
Pox 26 Daily News.
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
(C) FIVE LOTS on Sixteenth street
ami Seventh avenue. $3700. Terms
one-third cash, balance six and
twelve mont lis.
WANTKD���A YOUNG MAN WITH A
knowledge of real estate and acquainted with the city. Apply P. 0.
box 375, New Westminster.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
ents who wisli to purchase live or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $.3500, $5(10 cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Nor
thorn Crown Hank block. Telephone 680. 	
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in tlie vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, (>:! Hastings stieet east.
(D) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth streel. $3500. $600 casli,
balance over two years.
(E) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
liaving 200 feet frontage on Fifth
sireet. and 166 feel deep, 'all in
lawn. Only $10,600. $2000 cash,
balance over live years at 7 per
cent.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  680. New  Westminster
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
____j SEVENTH    AND    EIGHTH    avenues
UNFIT MEDICOS
CROWD THE COUNTRY
NO VICE DISTRICI,
MAYOR DECLARES
AMERICAN   MEDICAL  COLLEGE   IS   PORTLAND   EXECUTIVE
SAVj hF
TOLD THAT COUNTRY HAS TOO IS    UNEQUIVOCai i *,
AGaiNst
MANY       HALF-TRAINED       MEN SUCH THINGS���Annrw,
,1UFIS GftAFT
PRACTICING MEDICINE. 	
Chicago, Feb. 28.���"The medical profession i.s overcrowded. Ii is not overcrowded by the survival ol the iliii.-u,
bui by the survival of the unfit."
This Btatemenl was made today by
Alexander Hugh Ferguson, presldenl
of ihe Chicago Medical Boclety, in an
address of welcome to members of the
American medical colleges, who began a three days' meeting today.
"Willi a population of about 90,000,-
000 iii North  America,  we   have   at
1st
-PURITY ARGUMENTS rUle
'-<%
Portland, Feb, 2j
Is now being clrculati i !,
establishment of a
is bitterly  oppose,I   |,
He says  lie is um
such a district.
"The more I study
problem," said the ma   ��� ' ,, ' l'v|1
strongly opposed am i t0 , ,,'", "l,)r*
district, it furnishes, ppo,3ft?
Petty officials to'graft;  ,%J
supporters  ���f such,
1'1:11,11 ,
Ma>'or Simon
tjuivocals ������, ���
Lhe
mam
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALK���PAN KL
lirst class condition,
and Door Factory.    '
RAISER     IN
Walsh   Sash
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine; length of boat
Hi feet; width of beam U feet 10
inches; good house. Boat thoroughly
equipped with life belts; license for
26 passengers; $100(1. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C,
iwest end), lots in commanding
position, each 55x132, lane at rear,
convenient, to car; $760 eacli; one-
third casli.
CITY���Fine cleared block In heart of
city, 220x180, affording lucrative investment: $8360; terms.
Scene between Texas Guinan and Thomas WliilTen in
the opera house tonight.
l'he Kissing Girl" at
FOU Ql'ICK SALK���A NEW COT-
tage on cleared lot. 41x100, off Columbia St., one minute from car;
side walk up to house, water. Price
$1450. Terms, $200 cash, balance 3,
6, 12, IS, 24 months at 7 p.c. Bona
lide buyers need only apply. Owner W. Hatt-Cook, 527 Front st.
FOR SALK���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 1-cylinder Cow.e enl-
gine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and has only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once. Price $600. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster R. C.
COQUITLAM���Five acres on Clarke
road, part cleared, remainder now
being logged, level and dry; $000 per
acre; easy terms.
EDMONDS���Close to car line and on
Kdmonds water system, lots 66x240,
good road; price $450; one-quarter
cash, balance 6, 1- and  18 months.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED HOUSE
on Kiglitli street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Price $1600, furniture included. One-quarter cash,
balance on easy terms. House now
bringing in $20 monthly rent. Apply
311 Knox street, Sapperton.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Hell-
Ingle's stable; for quick sale, $120.
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Edmonds water system���streets being opened. Each lot 6f> by 242 or
over, with frontage on two streets.
Al soil. $450 and $462.50; oneviuar-
ter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months, lf you want one
come today. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
PORT KELLS���Six acres of good soil,
three acres cleared, two slashed and
burned, with log house close to main
road, railway, church and school;
$2100; one-third cash, balance over
eighteen months; or would exchange
for city property.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
lOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
uilnster Board of Trade meets in We
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month-
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, spcretary.
O. O. K. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are beld in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth stieets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W,
C, Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
HINDU ATTACKS MORALS.
Arouses    an
Women
of    Pittsburg
Protests.
are the
scheme.
"I know of raj  personal exnerion-
since  1  have become mayor
120,1  persons who are legally cltj thai certain men I
Icensed   ii>   practice   medicine," oon;
tinned Dr. Ferguson.   "This Is about
one to every 800 Inhabitants.   In Eng-
ihe proportion is one to 1.250; In
lan,I
France, one to 21",",. and in other countries the proportion is still more fav-
orable lo the medical profession. To
sum ii up, we don'l need moie doctors,
but  w e do need a belter brand,
or thi,
"���'I Iii hav, .
dlstilet  of this kind formed i,���   ,
sole ai il> reason thai they u.m"
in make ii big grail  out ol It
"While there Is b< me truth in ,h,
contention ol good \>i oj:, thai
i he disorderly houi i
I
0 rlilSe
������ tendencr I
in scatter the unfortunate m
is nol of sufficient weight, u, myludif
ment, to overcome the n i roun anna
i ments ol great Imporl mce on i .  _
i  is my deliberate   opinion   thai  er side."
28.���A   Hindu
Audience
to   Violent
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb.
student named Satya Deva, while leo-|
tilling before a body of women in the
chamber of commerce, made what waa
considered an unjust comparison between the Hindu women and American women. He attacked British;
methods of government in Hindustan,
and deplored thai missionaries insisted on forcing more religious institutions on bis people and fewer industrial schools. The result was that
Satya Deva narrowly escaped mobbing at the hands of indignant Pitts
burg women. As it was, lie received
a must scathing tongue lashing and
was glad at the end to cut his lecture
short. Deva precipitated trouble by
the following remark;
"Vou Americans talk about immorality in our country. I can point you
to one province in India where there
are only forty men. The rest, are worn-
tliis evil, which is due to a large number <it Irresponsible medical colleges,
would be remedied by free medical
education. The latter musl be standardized, systematized and glorified."
BOTHA    MAKES   DENIAL,
GREECE FACES MANY
INDUSTRIAL PROBLEM!!
Condition    of    Child     Factory   Hands
Among the Questions that
Await  Solution.
Athens. Feb. 28.���-Like Great Britain. Greece lias also its problems of
constitutional reform.    Tha lasi   sen-
Says South  Africa  H.is No   Intention I
Of Abolishing Preference,
London.     Feb,     2!     The    I.ondoa I
morning papers are much excitedotw|
the reported Intention ol the Unl n .1
| South   Africa  to  pro] oi e al the ltn-f
j perlal   conference   thai    contrlbutlo5||
toward   local   and   Imperial defend!
should be substituted foi -���[
tial tariff.
Premier Botha and Dr. Jameson,!
the Unionist leader and ex-Prei j
Cape Colony, however, in response ttl
telegraphic enquli li ired sttt-l
Ing thai  there  was uo  Intention toi
raise the question [
preference    on    Brltl ii |
at the conference.
CHILDLESS MOTHERS
ODD    PLEA   FOR   BABYl
ate   is   chiefly   celebrated   for
P. PEEBLES
FOR SALE���Seven roomed house,
modern, lot 66x132, twelve splendid
fruit, trees. Price $.'1500; .1000 cash,
balance one, two, three and four
years at 7 per cent.
PROFESSIONAL.
, STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl i
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Hox 112. Telephone 710.
FOR SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAUTl-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
1108 Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365. or 613 Co-
lumbia street. New Westminster.
Telephone G87.
FOR    SALB���CHANCE    FOR    PORT |
Mann  workmen;    comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc.    Apply 208 Front
street, City.
FOR SALE���The prettiest cottage in
New Westminster city. Double corner, close to Columbia street. Price
$5200. Terms, quarter cash, balance one, two and three years at '���'
per cent.
P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Finance Agent
Accident and Fire Insurance.
620 Columbia  St.,   New  Westminster.
A FEW GOOD BUYS
TRIPLE corner, Eighth and London
sts., $1500, one-third cash; balance,
6, 12 months.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Colauibia
street. New Westminster. W. .1
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WHMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR,AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
FURNISHED ROOM TO LET FOR
one or two. Apply 1011 Auckland
street.
TWO partially cleared lots on Dublin
street, $1300, $400 cash; balance G,
12 months.
A FEW West End lots at $525,   one-
third cash; balance fi, 12 months.
HOUSE on Richmond st. $2000; $600
cash; balance fi, 12, 18 months.
TO RENT���FOUR ROOMED HOUSE
close in, vacant March 1; rent $13
per month. Apply W. Hatt-Cook,
527 Front street.
LOST.
LOST���A ONE-EYED BLACK CAT.
Kinder kindly return to 408 Twelfth
street; and receive liberal reward.
TWO large lots 250 feet from present
carline, $1900, third cash; balance
6, 12, 18 months.
6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
22
SEVERAL well improved ranches
close to market at the developer's
prices.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
chamber, it is thought, win be
a council of state, meeting oni;
bavin I
It was
second
merely
on oc-
I voted itself doiililc pay before
en. and I defy any one to say he ever, flnaMv  dl8Bolvedi      The   ttew
saw tliose women take a drink ol  li
quor.    Yet there are plenty of drunk
en women in America."
Several   women   were  on  their  feet   ensions of extreme national difficulty
at this remark.    Mrs. Frank Johnson.
of Sewlckley, who spent many years of
her life in India as a missionary, got
the floor and she protested   against| matters of the merest conjecture
but its formation,   powers   and   even
the number of its members   are still
what she considered this insult to
American womanhood.
"Don't you accept my statement?"
asked Satya Deva blandly.
"No, I don't accept your statement,"
blazed back Mrs. Johnson, and many
The present chamber, lt Is thought,
may continue in operation as long as
June or July and the later weeks of
its endurance will be devoted to the
discussion   of  new   legislation.      Tlie
other  women   Joined   in   her   protest. I most  pressing questions are
tho
There  was  much  bitter open  discus-,
sion by the women as the Hindu student made other assertions relating to
morality.
TRAIN   LOAD   OF   HAY.
Bittern Lake Farmer Glutted the Gal-
gary Market.
Calgary, Feb. 28.���Robert Ochsner,
owner of the big ranch whose broad
acres skirt the shore of that pretty little sheet of water in northern Alberta,
known as Bittern lake, has been a city
visitor for the past few days on an
unique errand. He is a big hearty
German, and in keeping with his size,
does thing on a large unprecedented
scale. A few cars of hay at a tim��
keeps the ordinary dealer busy, but
Mr. Ochsner didn't fully realize this
when he shipped a solid trainload of
his choice upland hay to Fernie. Tlie
value at Fernie would be about $4000,
so he went ahead of his train to arrange delivery. However, on his arrival  he found that he had made   a
the reform of labor and manufacturing
onditlons. the status of the operatives
and the relations of employer and em-
Cincinnati, Feb 'ii Moses Kin-1
ho ii. father of Nathan Elnhorn,
tailor, did not die In vain, in the eyesi
of his sou and daughter-in-law and!
their friends. Insti ad, he is tkir|
emissary tn heayen, bearing a
that his son's household tna\ In- Mess-I
ed with a child, wh.-ti he was burled!
they wrapped around his flnger a Ml
of white ribbon, to remind him Of Ufl
duty before the Great Throne, and*
voung Mrs. Elnhorn tied it, she png
ed:
"Give me a son. 0 l*rd> 1 I
not die childless
She was joined in thla plea by abo^
flfty women who surrounded the koijf
The symbol ol the while ribbon isl
based on the theory of Elnbora'artj
llgion that a child is a divine gift,Ufl
ployed.    Trade unions and  their mu-  that motherhood, which has been de-
is a blessing fronl
tual support In cases of dispute will
receive attention and tlie health question, more especially as it is affected
hy conditions of labor, will form the
subject of serious debate. Compensation to workers Injured during employment, conditions of labor of women and children are other subjects
which will call for attention. The last
is one of tlie most important matters
In the life of the state, for child labor
is commoner in Greece than in any
other civilized community. Here the
little workers are at the mercy of the
most unscrupulous employer, and under-developed, emaciated child workers are to be seen on every hand. The
existence of the shoe blacks and errand hoys is little short of a national
disgrace.       These      unhappy     little
wretches are to all Intents and   purposes the chattels of a man who farms Pearson.
them, under a yearly agreement, fromI    The   eccentric   passenge ,
,Kh the hack wind -
nied  Mrs. Kinliorn,
above.
RINGS   UP   25   FARES:
PUNCHES   CONDUCT0R|
Passenger Knocks Car   Man ThroiglJ
Window After Prrt.st.
St. Louis. Feb. 28.-Th2 {W ����[
ter on a Wellston car standing on wi
loop at the Western terminus sowed a "riot call' at 1:30 a. m and Mj
doctor Thomas A. Pearson, In a ���l|
seat writing Ills report, saw a
dressed man on tl.e rear P��W*
-Here,   stop   that,"   cried   rearrt.1
���TII have to pay a nickel fc I
'""What dol care." replied the nuiifl
as Pearson reache 1 the platform.
"Well,   I   care  a  whole   lot.
knockedl
well-
said I
lm, cutting Uf
their  parents.    Thev   are   herded    to-  Pearson tlirougl
mistake, so managed to get   a   wire  gether. thirty or forty of them In one; the car and fell upon bin
"     * " room   underground, half  fed.  scantily. own hand on broken glass.
clothed, exposed to all weathers   and I     While Pearson was extrica I
wrapped a ai     I
through In time to hold the shipment
at Calgary, having heard this was a
great distributing point. The local
market was glutted for the time being, so he sold the shipment to
Messrs. W. A. Stevens & Co.
tlieir earnings nre not  their own, but   self  the  stranger
are appropriated  by  the  wretch  who chief about his wound!
has paid tbeir callous parents a BmaU  away.    He was about i
Up twenty-five ��<
,1 hand and 8*1
hlrty years old f
sum for their services.
He had run.
CORREC'l
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
CANADIAN PACIFIC
D. C. Coast Sorvice
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
Westmi ister
Transfer Co.
Offlce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street.
Esgsage   delivered   promptly   :���
any part of tha city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
ornct���TPAM DEPOT.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Dailv
11:30 p. in  Daily
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO,
2:00 p. m Daily except. Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   ni	
Two trips per montli, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Kvery Monday morning
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver.
Scene from "The Kissing Girl," the a'.traction at thc orcra house tonight.
'IJ *  r*
/EDNESDAY,  MARCH   1,  1911.
iHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRU.
Vancouver's Industries Become Visible
ON NORTH SHORE WITH SECURING OF DOCKYARD
~|
Industrial Supremacy of City Assured by Promotion of Great Manufacturing Centre at
Roche Point���Vancouver Vim Obtains Benefit Accruing From
Vancouver's Natural Advantages
M
VANCOUVER ENERGY WINS
BIG DOMINION SUBSIDY
Prince   Rupert,   St.  John.   Victoria,   Montreal   and
Quebec Still Asking for What Vancouver
Has  Secured
As tbe spinal column is the mainspring of the human body, so is
Manufacturing Industry the mainspring of Municipal existence. Uress
a mun in the finest clothes, put money Into his pockets, give him tho
golden kej that will open the doors into the most select circles���it is
useless without that mainspring. He is a case without works; a bauble
to be cast aside and event nail, to sink into oblivion, The same
argument applies even In a greater degree to municipal life. Certain
nations of circumstances result in a number of people congregating al a given point; they build their homes and places of busi-
di and follow their usual a\ nations. The natural consequence Is that a village springs into existence, if the pea-
pie are endowed with su Helen t "backbone'' the village will
give   place   to   a   town,   and   In tiie   process   of   time the town
mea a city. Should the nat iral advantages be great las they are
In Vancouver), the city will continue to grow for a time In spite" of a
lack ol energy and push on the pan of its citizens; but a time always
comes when tlie natural advantages become exhausted and, in consequence, I i city stands still for a while, and then slowly but surely
revolves the other way. All through the l'nited states and Canada
towns, villages and cities are on this retrograde movement, and In
ninety-nine cases out of every hundred, instead of the excuse of
"hard times," it is the simple f n't thai the citizens lack the backbone necessary-to improve on and assist the natural advantages of
the place Sometimes a foolish father gives his son so much money
tbat the boy grows Into manhood without the slightest knowledge of
how io figbl his way in the wo Id. Without a moment's warning the
"Old mar." 11he natural advantages) fails, the son is thrown on liis
��� s (which are nil),and in consequence begins to revolve
other way, and often drops ont of sight. Some cities have so
man) nai iral advantages that the citizens get to feel that all they
hav* to do in life is to enjoy them. After a while the "old man" fails
tkem and they, like the "son," soon get the backward gait, while
other towns who have no "old man" to assist, rely on their own
pluck, energy and backbone, ea h citizen putting his shoulder to the
wheel, go pasl the more favored but "supine" cities and beat them to 1
frazzle.    ("Frazzle"  is  a  good word.)
There vvas a time when Vancouver was in great danger of being
like tbe bod with tlie "old man behind;" bui that time has. \ trust,
passed away forever, and from this time forward she Intends to make
thi beal ol everything that Nature has blessed her with, and in the
future she will lie known not onlv as a great seaport, but as one of the
great Industrial centers of North America.
The Imperial Car Company requires assistance to carry out a
great work for this city, a work that will not only stamp Vancouver
us a great Industrial center, bu! at the same time vvill enrich every
man 01 Human who will put good money into It. Already tlie company
has ahown Itself capable of gre it things. Commencing with nothing,
" has boughl and more than half paid for one of the most beautiful
townsites In the world today; a townsite with ns many natural advantages as ran be found anywhere In North America.
This companv last vear went to the Dominion Government and
Proved us claims to such an extent that It was given nearly $1,100,-
OOOtoasBlBt it In Its work, while Prince Rupert, Victoria. St. John,
Montreal and Quebec, who askc 1 at the same time, "are asking yet,"
and some of them will ask forever. Why was Vancouver more favored bj b Liberal Government while still represented by one out of
the fold  ia  Conservative)?
Il "as simply and purely that our company went after that subsidy
inst like it . ocs after everything else it requires, namely, went after
''��iHi a determination to "getit" and stay with it until it does, is
this nol the sort of company to tie up to?
Theie are other tilings the company wants that are just as good
&��thesubBldy. Will you come anl help, and receive your share of the
Profits? Hunt put this paper lown till you have read all this page,
and then come in and see us. We are going to win, anyway. Everyone will tell you that now, but we need you to help us, and in doing
s<> help yourselves and families.
WH\T WE REFUSED
Whal is Vancouver's gain is another city's loss. Less than six
""""lis ago one of the largest cities ln the Western States held a Ber-
lea of meetings of its chamber o* commerce, and after going fully into
every detail of our proposition, including our sleeping car patents and
yielr possibilities, made a representative of our compnny the offer of
BOO acres of land as a site for our car works and the city to take
W50.000 of our Htock on condition the Imperial Car Company locate
"s works In their citv. The truth of this statement we can prove be-
>"'"l a doubt to any interested party. We simply withhold the
name of the city from a feeling of courtesy, while, on the other hand
" ls only Justice to our companv thnt the people of Vancouver should
���Now ihis. and to a certain extent give our company the appreciation
wWch is its due
IMPERIAL CAR COMPANY
MAKES A BIG PROFIT
Shares  Will   Shortly   Be   Marked Up to  Par���Important   Negotiation   on   Eve   of
Successful Conclusion
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
A short time ago the Imperial Car Company informed the readers
of the daily papers that the purchase  price  of  its shares   would   be
raised from (50 to $100, which is the par value of its stock,   it was also stated at that time that the reason for this important step would
be given shortly.   Young companies, like young cities, or young business men, encounter many hard  problems in tlie earlier   stages   of
tlieir existence, and tlie Imperial Car Company lias been no exception
to the rule;  but by constantly keeping   a  sharp  lookout   ahead,  we
have avoided every rock, and ara now comparatively in smootli water.
We can prove beyond a ���doubt that  we  have made a  profit   during
the past year of $2,000,001), and  we do not believe that any  other
company in Canada, outside ofthe C. P. U. or the C. N. R.. can truthfully say as much.    We have just been reading tbe twenty-first annual report of one of Canada's best fire insurance companies, in whicn
tlie president congratulates the shareholders for being worth $750,000.
Think of it���after twenty-one years of hard work.   The Imperial Car
company has enriched Us shareholders in ONE YEAR to the extent,
of nearly $2,000,000.   Is that no   a sufficient reason to raise the price
of its shares?   We think it is, aid at tbe same time, something to be
proud of.   This is one of the re isons,  however;     The  company   has
succeeded   In   financing   all   its capital  lor the  building   of the   DRY
HOCK.    This has caused the co npany  a  great   deal   of   hard-headed
thinking in the past few montn;, and is certainly a great burden lifted from its shoulders.    These a ul  a  number  of   other   things   have
been the cause of the company s  determination   fur  the   change   in
price.    Therefore, after the 20th day'of March, 1911, no one will be
ahle to buy one share of the treasury stock of this company for less
than  $100,  being  the  par  valU3 of the shares.
A LITTLE TALK ON  IMPERIAL MINES
Some people would rather buy into a speculation than a sure
tiling. This sounds funny, but it is true as it is funny. For instance,
we find people who would rat ier buy Oil Shares on the off chance
of after boring several thousan 1 feet Into the earth they MAY
STRIKES OIL, at the same time tliey know it is a slim chance, and
that not r.-.ore than one out of every 500 ever really do strike oil. The
same thing applies to mines. There seems to be a certain spirit of
speculation dormant or otherwis? in all natures. 1 confess to have it
myself largely developed, and have to constantly keep a check upon
my nature in this respect, so I .lo not for a moment condemn anyone
given to this sort of thing; rathsr I sympathize with them.
By this explanation the reader  will  understand  how  intensely  interested I am in "Imperial Min^s."    The company has a gang of men
constantly  at   work  drifting  a tunnel  into the mountain, and every
time one of the men came Into town I examined the samples as if
they were nuggets of pure gold. We are now some 75 or SO feet in,
and there is absolutely no rock, just a pure body of iron ore in high
grade, full of streaks of yellow copper, and every day marks an Improvement.    One thing is proven beyond doubt:    The Imperial Mines
are one vast body of iron and copper ore. millions and millions   of
tons in extent.    Many of   our shareholders   who  profess   to   understand these things claim that our mines  will be the most   profitable
part of our business.    Situated only  eight  miles  from the center of
the city of Vancouver, the tunnel of the mine is literally at our very
door.    However rich the mine may be, the fact remains that shares
in the Imperial Car Company will reap a dividend from every asset
owned by the company.
HOW TO FINANCE A BIG
PROPOSITION
"When are you going to begin work?" is asked me every day.
"We are nearly half done now," we answer. We are well into the
financial part of the work, and when tbis is completed we consider
the whole thing half and more than half accomplished. There are a
number of methods of raising lniney with wliich to finance an under-
taking, namely, selling shares In the proposition to the public, selling
guaranteed bonds to investors, and borrowing money by mortgage ou
the propertv at certain rates of interest.
For instance, every time we sell a share we are taking in a partner in the profits, lie may be a cantankerous person who will make
trouble in the company, and in addition tlie company must pay a
large  commission  to  the agent who sells the shares.
The sale of bonds is much better from a company's standpoint, as
the bondholder has nothing to say in the business, and receives no
profit except the interest on his bonds. Borrowing by mortgage Is the
best plan of all, but in order to be in a position to do this the companv must have assets at least three times the value of its loan. One
of the strongest loan companies in Canada has been looking Into our
proposition. Thev have sent s?nt their representatives here, who
staved a week looking over everything, and the report is so favorable that the company have practically promised to advance us all the
monev we require to carrv out our extensive plans. Should we be successful In closing this deal, the company wlll Immediately raise the
price of the stock to $250 per share and take the Treasury Stock entirely off the market.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
BtWfc
BRINGS INDUSTRIES FIRST,
SELLS LOTS AFTERWARDS
Ordinary   Real   Estate   Selling   Methods  Reversed
by Corporation Which Is Erecting Manufacturing Centre Across Inlet
The Imperial Car Company claims to be in a position to make
more money from a real estate standpoint for its shareholders than
any other real estate concern in British Columbia. Listen; The ordinary real estate office generally does business as follows���They
first 1-jok out for a sub-division, and then form a syndicate to purchase it. Tiiis done, it is then resubdivided into lots and sold to you
and me for certain advanced prices, we holding our lots until the city
grows out to them or a railway goes through the place, or something
else happens to increase the values, in which case we unload and
try it again.
Xow. notice the difference: The Imperial Car Company buy up a
whole townsite in a locality commanding  nearly  two  miles  of  deeo
sea waterfrontage.    It buys tbis at a time when no one felt it was of
much value, consequently the price was practically nothing compared
to its present and future value. In  place  of  waiting until the city  or
something else builds out to it, the  company   commences  to  build  a
real industrial town itself.   First, the company gets the lied Fir Lumber Company to undertake to build the most modem sawmill on the
Pacific Coast on the property. Next, it  secures from the   Dominioit
Government a subsidy to build the largest Dry  Dock on the   Pacific
Coast on the property, then lt commences to build a steel car works
on tbe proi erty that will employ to begin with 250 and in.the future
2500 men.    These and a number cf kindred industries will soon line
the shores of the townsite, and naturally have raised the value of
the company's townsite to a remarkable degree.   The company will
have, before it stops buying, about 10,000 lots, and will not offer any
for sale until a value has been reached  that amply repays  the company for its farsightedness. Tna beauty of all this is that every share-
bolder will receive the full benefit of every dollar of increase.
Now, my friend, when you take a notion you would rather buy-
real estate than "shares," remember, the best real estate you ever
bought is shares in the Imperial Car Company.
In two years time the whole of this townsite will be cleared and
its streets graded, and the hum of busy factories will be heard all
along its shores, while ships from all over the world will be waiting
their turn to enter the vast dry docks and shipyards.
Incidentally we might say that one of the largest companies in
England have taken an option on 900 feet of our waterfront, and are
bound in flve years' time to have shipyards costing a million dollars,
employing possibly 3000 men, and capable of builing either Dreadnoughts, or what is still better, the largest merchant vessels afloat.
Do you desire a portion of this great profit for yourself? We
think you do, and the only way is to come in and secure your share
before it is too late.
A  LAST WORD
Investor or Speculator, whatever you may be, are you not convinced, after reading this page, how worthy is the project we   place
before you?
You can purchase until March 20th shares in this, the best and
safest company In British Columbia, a company that is richer by
$2,000,000 than it was a year ago, a company that cannot help by the
natural trend of events but make an equal amount next year, a company that has been endorsed by the Dominion Government to the extent of $1,062,000, and a company that is located on the borders of
Vancouver, a city with a greater future than any city in the Dominion of. Canada. It will only be a month till the shares will rise 100
per cent, and if (and It seenu very likely) our loan is completed, the
stock will go at once to $250. No sane man now doubts the future ol
the Imperial Car Company. Us success is as sure as the Success of
the city itself. If you do not know enough about It, come to see us.
We shall be glad to show you every detail.
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at the
price of 50c per share, for which 1 enclose 33% per cent, of the full
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance ln two equnl
quarter-yearly  payments,  with Interest at 0 per cent, per annum.
NAME  ���������
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OCCUPATION	
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   l
1911
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of   McKenzie   mid   Victoria
Streets.
e. A. Paige..
.Managing Director
ryNlON(#rTLABKL> 4
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911
PARTLY   POLITICS
Mr.   Foster,   speaking  in
the other night in denunciation of the
reciprocity pact, recalled liis journey
to Washington in 1891. On that occasion tlie United Slates asked that Canada .bould open her markets to United
States manufacturers and should discriminate against Great Britain.    The
eortnintly Bhould be; live may be advisable. ".I
The first new commissioner should
be one who is thoroughly familiar
with the Outside Service, someone
who has shown throughout his career
exceptional ability and exceptional!
zeal, llis practical experience would
be a guarantee to the Outside Service itself, that the new regulations
and tlie new administration would be
sympathetic. At. the same time, his
record would be a guarantee to the
government that his attitude will be
politically friendly and that fads anl
innovations   will   not   disturb  a  quiet
and amicable working out.of the new I mmmmm ___.
regulations. I .
**ys*%22�� ;,"���".'':?���,��,!!���",: Cookery Demonstrations
first   one new commissioner would be! *
sufficient, provided  that   the one   is Ry M,ss KATHLEEN FERGUSON
wiselv chosen.   In that case, be might, T
be selected from among the best and Principle   ofthe   Vancouver   School
Hamilton | most prominent civil servants In Mou- of Cookery.
treal,   Toronto,   or   Winnipeg.���Cana- In ,,le Cunningham  Hall.  Eighth   St.
dlan Courier. (Two Blocks from Port. Office).
probably see the end of leprosy in
Louisiana through the cure of the
milder cases and the death of fewer
patients in whom the disease has progressed too far for effective treat ment.
The germ of leprosy Is said to have
been discovered as far back as the
TO's and its discovery has been announced from time to time since, bu!
the experiments were never carried to
a conclusion, lt was found impossible to isolate and cultivate the genu
and, therefore, to provide a serum.
Now the experiment has been carried
to its full limit and the remedy ought
to be soon in sight.
TUBERCULOSIS   IN   PRISONS.
About 20.000 Infected Convicts Annually Discharged in New York.
(From The New York Tribune.)
Dr. .1- B. Hansom, physician to Clinton prison, outlined In an address be-
| fore the Medical Society of Jurisprud-
proposition was rejected by Mr. Fos- ence what the stale or New York had;
ter; quite properly. Neither in 1881,' done to combat the white plague with
11)11, or any other time would Canada   |? ,llp  >,1'ison  w
On Thursday,  March   2
Afternoon���,"> to 5 p. m :
Roast Chicken.    Bread Sauce.
Apple   Tart.
Baking Powder Biscuits.
Lu;ii Island, on the North Arm
Deep Water Frontage at $13 per front ft.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
DI,���.,B    Un G A f.     I- _ 1 1.1.     Ill a. ... '
Phone 832
646 Columbia St.   New Westminstc
is.    The inroads of
ithe scourge were first recognized   In
Btand for any such arrangement. 11880 ai Clinton prison, and Dr. Ban-.
Still.   Mr,   Foster   went    to    Wash-  som was tlien selected to take charge
inpton in 1891.   What did lie go there  of the work of lighting It.
'There  is  no essential  difference.
Evening, 7 to 9 p. m.:
Cold  Meat Cutlets.
Steamed   Marmalade.
Pudding.
Lit tie Chocolate Cakes.
ADMISSION  25c.
Mr.  Foster skates around   this (       ,   ,      , ,,       ,,   .,,  ���  ,,,
said Dr. Hansom, "in tlie question ot
"''      tuberculosis as related to prison popu-
t"or ?
pojjit;   but the fact is that ho
there hoping to make just such an ar-  hujons and its relation to the general
zangement as has now been made.   If community populations.   In this coun-
Secretary Blaine had made Mr. Foster,  try alone more than  100,000 persons
��������� ' ui v. a    r���   are  annually  discharged  to the  gen-
m 1891, tlie proposition which Secrc-  ^  communlty.     More tll;m  16   per
tary  Knox made  to  Mr.  Fielding   in  oent  aro   jnfected   with   tuberculosis,
1911, it would liave been accepted joy-  which makes a total of from 15,000 to
tOtS     The Conservatives throughout'20.000   of   this   class   annually    dis-
,  ,���,., ,   ,,     ,��� ' charge 1 to the general community in
the campaign  of  1891  repeatedly  de-, j��*'^n�����"    6
HOSPITAL
Westminster P. Ivate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW    STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth St. 'Phones 761, 588
| STORE, BANK FITTFMr1 C I
1 AND   OFFICE r 11 I l[\iaS j
dared that they would get reciprocity ���     Dr    Hansom   then   cites   important
in natural  products  with  the   l'nited   statistics showing the possibilities of
States;  more than this, they claimed  the work be has engaged in
tbat  they were the only party which
could get this boon for the Canadian
d. Mcelroy
He said Phone   R672.
the maximum death rttte in the prls- 623 Hamilton St., or
ons of the state  of   N'ew   York   was Vanstone  Heating  and  Plumbing    Co
readied in 1891, the figures then being
farmer.    Sir Charles Tupper, speaking  2021.6  deaths  in  100,000   living.      Ini
only  three  davs   before   polling   day,'1910 the rate was reduced to 100.8 in!
.' ' | 100,000, which was about the figure ob-
_______ d' ��� -_
���..___, ,   , , ,��� ' talned in the general population of th*
-1 say, Sir, that the means of obtain- g. ^ jn ig(J9 B
ing fair reciprocal trade arrangements      This decrease was entirely due   to
with the Unite:! States would be utter-  the improved living conditions of prls-]
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc..  Etc.
ly defeated, if the patty who were now
pns  and  the  application   of   modern
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
methods of treatment. Hut much more CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
prolessing to carry out a thing they  import.ltu lhan the iett_ rate flgures RESERVE        11.000,000.00
knew to be an utter delusion, could were the results to the living, and Branches throughout Canada md
obtain power. But, Sir, with my right these were indicated by the following Newfoundland, ami in London. Eng
honorable friend sustained, as he will  statistics:    Apparently cured, 21  per |lnd| New York ch5<afO aud Spokane
.,     ...     .  cent;   disease attested, 26 per   cent;   n s A    and  Mexico  Cltv     A   genera1
be, when he goes down on the 4th of lmprovedi ^ p__ ce_t.    ��ffiproved) E^^JgSf transacted    L���
March to Washington, in response to 5 n-ioo of 1 per cent; died. 0 44-100 of ters of Credit Issued, available wltt
the    invitation    received    from    the  1 per cent. correspondents ln    all    parts of   tht
1-nited States, of which I am able to'     "AH states should follow the exam- WOrld.
, 11     ���.i,������ k��� Or*oo jnwn   Ple of Texas and Massachusetts in the ,    Savings Bank Di.firtment���Deposits
���r" ^rs���all>' wl,pn he soes down  establishment of special sanatoria or received  in  sums of   .1  and upward
*J��re. strengthened by the electors of  farms for the transferring of all tube.--; and interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
Canada, then, I say, the prospects are  culosis cases from   penal   institutions annum   (present  r..te).
very good indeed." | of whatsoever nature," said Dr. Kan-'    Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
som.    As an  adjunct to    the    treat-! 	
If reciprocity in farm products will  _,    , ,    ...   ,,      ..,.,,.    ,...,. ,      ,.;��� ,, ,..
"" ment    of    the   incarcerated   prisoner
t>e so injurious to Canada In a national   there should be some form of   supev-
-sense now, would it not have been still  vision  and treatment for the   tuber-
more deadly twenty years ago, when' culoste    prisoner    after    he    leaves
Canada was a mere framework of a I""18011-
nation, in place of a real nation as she
Is now.   Yet, Sir, John A. Macdonald,
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
MAY   KILL   LEPROSY.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $0,200,000
Reserve       6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in tannin from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Sir Charles Tupper,  Mr. Foster and  Doctorg ._   Louisiana   Leper   Co|ony
the other leaders of the Conservative       Are Working to Develope Serum,
party���men  who  certainly  were   not      New Orleans, La.. Feb. '>���',.���The di3-
tools���strove  to  secure  this  enlarge-  covery, isolation and culture   of   the
meat of trade relations with the Uni-  ^cil^s of leprosy just announced by
_.__,_-,      .    .. ...       ......   Drs- L- v- Duval and Maurice Couret,
ted States in tbe expectation that It of the pathological department of Tu'
would be a national benefit. lane university of this city, and   the
Does nof this suggest that a good  experiment made with bacilli shed a
deal of the opposition to the reciproc- Sreat deal of new light on the origin,
,,_,',_   ... -, spread and contagion of leprosv   and
it? arrangement Is political?   It is un- promlBe as an caferly regultp a serum
<tonbtedly true that there are many that will give protection against the
Canadians who are honestly opposed  disease. I
to the proposed interchange of natural!    'n . the    world-wide     investigation
products  for  reasons  which  are  en-' ,*��'C �����_ ". e!n 77^ ��U   (or >fals
into the nature of leprosv, phvsicians
tilled to respectful consideration, but in Louisiana have had an important
the Conservative leaders are not in part. They have had' good opporttin-
this class Iities  for research  because the   state
If the United States government had  ^t^JX*  in^'v' ^ ^T^
. . camp in Iberville point.   Nowhere else
made an offer of free trade in   farm   has greater progress been made in the |
pi-oducts to the Canadian government j extermination and cure of leprosy.
and  had been told that this   country      Some forty lepers are now gathered;
wanted no further business relations   at Indian,f,amp, and a11 feWPr a few,
...   ,, ,,     .,    ,       ,,      _ are    steadily    improving   in    health.
with   them,  Mr.  Borden,  Mr.   Foster,   Three year8 ag0 Dr. |rodene Dyar the I
Mr.   Roblln,  and   the   rest   of   them   physician of the home, and one of the
would have been lifting their voices to   Dest   authorities  on    leprosy   in    the
heaven in denunciation of the follv of   wo,;1(1- ������""���& that four of the in-j   _   . ,        .
�����tr wiif.M ��� ���r-      a i-    ���> mates had been cured-    Altogether   Deioreyour bin is Lmpty.
Sir \\ilf.id laurier and his colleagues.  olgln |)ave been dl8mi8sed   ag  ^lrt,c,J *        ^f
A thort  and  straight  roa I  to   ofTice   The     treatment     has     been     simple
would have been opened to them; and  enough, consisting of good living con-  WpetmincfPI*   Pnal    Cl\*X
they   would  have  travelled it Jovoua- ^lons~ Rood food, frequent hot baths   ,r COtUHUaiCI    VUttl    VU y
and a few of the medicines recognise:!
as beneficial to lepers. At the present
rate of  progress another decade will
We Have It!
The famous Wellington
COAL
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ly.���Winnipeg Free Press.
ENLARGE   THE   CIVIL
SERVICE   COMMISSION
Two members only now comprise
the Civil Service Commission of Canada. These men conduct all examinations for entrance lo and promotion in
thf Inside Service at Ottawa. During
the three years of its existence, the
commission have worked out the details of the system as they had previously been worked out at London
and Washington. They seem to have
done tlieir work well, though neither
gentleman had had previous experience with civil service conditions.
Now that the time is ripe to bring
tlie Outside Service under the commission, it is probably advisable to
consider what increase will be necessary in the personnel of the commission itself. The Outside Service Is
much more numerous than the Inside
Service, and it Is widely scattered. To
look after this great, body of public
'Servants, provide candidates for new
positions and for vaeuncies, arrange
examinations for the necessary promotions, and to do justice to every
public servant and every public service, a large commission will be neces-
jiaiy       Three    commissioners    there
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts
RUQEROJD
f! RCOFINC 'J
STANDARD FOR IS rtA��!
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YOU MAY DRIVE---* BUT YOU CANT���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
L, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Telephone 497
Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,  Manager
865 Columbia st., west; opposite tram and government
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Best quality goods at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Coods delivered to any part of the city.
SHOW CASES
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WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI-
MATES   SUPPLIED
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BROOKES,   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and Cerllne.
PHONE 473
H. II. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
I'res. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
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Fir, Cedar   and   Spruce Lumber
Shingles,  Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
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G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA   STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
-Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
���now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest it paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
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LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES. SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
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For rates, tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature and all I'1'"1'
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Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
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Price    $30,000,    $8000 cash; balance to arrange.
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ROOM 2, TRAPP BLOCK.
P. O. Box 153.   Phone 7Lr
ti! WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911.
thi: daily news.
~i 1
SPORTING NEWy
to bit. citizens:   second cup series
Roth looked inside, then h straight-
ened up.
"Tripe!" lie said.
The Italians swore nnd gathered up
their delicatessen material, and the
boat  proceeded
The woman who bad given the
alarm said she Is Mrs. .lohn Gallagher,
of 486 Ocean avenue, Jersey City. She
refused to tell who the relative was
who was murdered in Boston.
FANS OF ACKNOWLEDGED STANDING SUBJECTED TO ANNUAL
TREATMENT���GET BUSY AND
TALK BALL.
LOCALS    BEAT    VANCOUVERS    IN
NO.  2   MATCH   FOR  CHAMBER.
LIN   TROPHY-HARLAND,   REID
AND  GRANT THE  HEROES.
INDIAN
BIRTH    BATE
IS   WELL  MAINTAINED
i    ,i;:iii  sunshine   of   yesterday
.. ,, |1( -|  It,    ll   came  soaring  up  from
,l���. south,  hummed  and  buzzed    over
QUe0Dl    park  for  a   minute,  I hen,  dig.
.   n  (lew  downtown and stung
0 |,,,   - Inclalr, paid a like attention
Brothel   Arl, winged next door and
. .   ed   Ellis Turner and  Clarence
gt( |    beld  "I' a  pool  game  while   it
Hones Sharp, then gol oui  oa
.,       eel in time to su bjecl Sid Mai
to Hie proper treatment, fol-
��� h  up v.iib attacks on Serb
.1! Sayce, F. O. Canflel I, Owen,
Smiths,   some   Browns,   no
ini    many    others    whose
hav<
IT HAS HAPPENED. La8< ,��������� ,,,.
fore a big gathering the second of
the series ���r nee matches ai billiards
���    the  Chamberlin  trophv  between
Creston, B, C, Feb. L'K.���Last Sunday Ft, T. L. Galbralth, Indian agent at
Fort Steele, paid Creston a visit and
on Monday and Tuesdav held long eon-
lei-ences with the Creston Indians. Mr.
Galbralth was on a tour of Inspection
and had just rei urned from the Windermere district, where he had made
an inspect ion of the reservations in
Ihat region.    He stated, in the Winder.
..         ----/'������j        i��\.inr\~r:il             --,��� .......        *  , *      n i ni i   vi,    in    i titz     W intii'i ���
Vancouver   and   Westminster   teams! mere distrlcl the snow was much deep-
a
i"
nol   vet   been  reported  to
was played in lien Fletcher's parlors
on Sixth street and in the resuli the
locals won l,y the odd game. The
Play all through was of a high order
and those who witnessed the match
Including th" mystic circle expert!
carried awaj food for deep digestion
Charlie Coldicott, playing agalnsl
Crossfleld, was the game eagerly
watched, and to the surprise of the
multitude the local champion hit the
dust, so to speak. At no stage of the
game was he in the lead and only
Once did In- gol on level terms. From
Hint point  it   ,vas Beaver,   to chocolate
lei      Then il  curled  np it,.   </" Vancouver, as wiih a mighty useful
ber'i .love and enjoyed   a
brief ri
IT wai tl e baseball hug'
��� .son  w In-n  business must
,  , I,and and give way to the
ie husiness of playing hall
: on us. and it behooves the
oregather and make plana
oregatber and make
Ii of lllll.
Alerts Are  First,
he champions of 110u, the
avi  been the lirst to make ar-
or the holding of a reor-
:    meeting.     This   will    take
:   Thursday  evening  at   elghl
In    tlie    Conservative    club
b, when i Ulcers ior the year win
I i at rangementa made to
thlcal  pennant  of the
;
pro ided into activity i    their i Ice  president��� ��
���  ��� officer on the elect-
��� ���I  cf  the   Hals���decided    las)
night ���      Friday, March ::, al eight
��� ��� .inlng, and in the tar
I    . ltniaii 's store, would
: ���   ilghl  time and pia ie in
-.,��� togethi    and  discuss  wajs   and
meani   r 1  ���' Ing their standing in the
v.- n  ���       league, or bettering it if
���>.:��� m presents all Interest! I an    erebj warned to attend.
Thp date cf the annual meeting of
tminster Baseball association
lias not yel been set. but this will take
I    ��� Bh   ��� ���  ���   middle of this nionih.
Clovers Want  a Match.
Thi  Clovers, of Vancouver, who or-1
��� : about ������: week ago, are already
r.o'-in.   for i   rlj   season victims, and
bave a challenge   to   this
He.    If tli,. Alerts cap get into shape
ir. nine, a  game   wdll   be   played    al
park a week from Saturday.
���  V t| li   : 'its. the third team In
, hai not yet set a date
to their annual meeting.
break ol 62, Crossfleld Jumped to the
wiiinis . nosi and the result was never
in doubt,
dam (Westminster) found the soft
thing lrom the Tei initial City. He
witR bumped into Reynolds, who apparently took the hum Journey from
the big town lor the sake of the voyage.
Ueid played a greatly improved
game from thai of last week and accounted for Shotton by 52 points. Roth
er than al Creston and it was a great
deal colder. In speaking of lhe Indians
at Creston, Indian A. ent Calbralth
siaied thai the birth rate was keeping up wen ami ihe general health of
the native sons was good, very few-
case- of consumption and hardly any
sickness in speaking of the difficulty
the Greal Northern railway was Uav
ing with the Indians and public generally for trespassing on the railway,
Mr. Galbralth threw new light on Mie
subject   when   he  stated   that    by   Ihe
building of the railway a public trail
between  Creston and  Ton   nm   bai
heen Obliterated and the Indians as
well as the public generally were consequently pul in a greal inconvenience
Mr. Galbralth took up the matter of
opening up the road to Port Hill with
Superintendent ol Roads G. M. Ben-
ney and the superintendent informed
him i! at the matter of huilding a road
and biidge between Creston and Porl
Hill was now before the government
and it would he built in lhe near future. Bv the completion of this road
and  hrld. e  to Port   Hill, travel  from
kept    dose    together   all    the    way I Creston to Port Hill would be possible
through   and   though    Shotton    could   at all times of the vear.
not gel a Shott-on (help) towards thel    'n sneaking of the reported   whole-
close he gathered the elephant's tusks
together in a manner thai showed thai
was no novice at tl;e pole pushing
ne
pastime
Harland was the pet of the night
and he, b> ;, series of well thought
f'Ut plays, turned what was almosl a
disaster to bis team into a great and
glorious victory. When the marking
hoard showed the scores: Clifford 183,
Harland   1' ( llfford   gave  a   safety   through
miss.     Settling .down   to   steady   play   ������
Harland slowly hut surely scored, and
went on ni,1 ' the fun score was signaled on 'he board.
The two Vt, Anderberg and Addie,
ll... ed a consistent name, but our A
was behind at the linish by 85 points.
Returns:
Grant iW'.l 200, won from Reynolds
iv.i 89,
Reid i \V. I 200. won from Shotton
IV.)   MS.
Harland iW'.i L'ou.-won from Clifford
(V.)  194
sale slaughter of deer by the Indians.
Mr. 0 lihr.-.ith stritod that he thoueht
the reports in that connection had
been greatly pvaccoi a'od. bin he had
instructed liie InHans that they must
obev tlie ui'ttic laws strictly, in referring to lhe general conditions of
the Indians he stated tbat he found
the Indian cattle in a flourishing state
and there was amide hay to put'them
till  Bprlng,
AUCTION     SALE    OF    TIMBER
BERTH   COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The li.-ht to cut timber under license on Berth N'o. 537, comprising
the following lands in the Province of
j British Columbia, will be offered at
public auction  at  the upset  price   of
I $6,620.00, including cost of survey, nt
" o'clock  P.  M, on   Wednesday, the
! 17th May next, at the oiTlee of tbe Do-i
Coldicott (W.) lai',. lost to Crossfleld
(Vt 200.
Anderberg (Wl 186, lost to Addio
(V.)   200.
BUYS    PLAYER    FROM    ARMY.
FAMOUS   WRESTLER    IS
STRONG   FOR   RUSSIAN
N'ew York, Feb. JS���William Mal-
do D, once one of the greatest of wres-
'��������� m'.v i,, irge Hackensclimidt, the
"Russian Linn," for the first time tbe
otter night, when the great foreign
���tar wrestled an exhibition bout nt
White Plains, \ Y��� near which place
Mnldoon has his famous health reBort.
Before Hackensclimidt went on tbo
8'ace he pave the famous old-timer a
iur in private, demonstrating to
Milioon his remarkable development
��ni physical perfection. Muldoon
*ttl over the "Lion" thoroughly, and
*' the rlnso of his tests, mild as they
; the veteran expressed himself as
being of the opinion that "Hack" ls
���lie most tnarvelously developed and
abou the nearest to being the perfect
of any specimen he ever saw.
Atlanta Baseball Magnate Purchases
Release of Soldier for His Team.
Atlanta. Ga., Feb. 2H��� President
lleisman, of the Atlanta Baseball Association, bas invaded tlie ranks of
the army for material. In much the
same way as managers go after players from oilier teams
He bas made arrangements to purchase the release of Washington Johns
froni the army, after .lobns had signed
a contract to play with Atlanta. The
player formerly was on the team here,
but.quit to go into the army. M was
on Ills request to discard the khaki
for a baseball uniform that the contract was made.
PLAYING   FOR   FOOTBALL.
mar,
kenschmldt Is the embodiment
ig   that  is   wonderful   In
'���   development," Muldoon said
''    ��ard.    ile fairly astonished m<),
Sl   v i_ irtterly unprepared  for
1 I naturally expected that
1   lid Bnd Just merely a strong man,
lke i greal many of the foreign ath-
1|;'cs that .-ome to this country."
Central    and    Lord    Kelvin    Boys    in
Struggle for Pigskin Given by Tlm.
A series of six football games Is being played by the hoys of Lord Kelvin
and Central schools, the prize being a
fool ball given by Tlm Mahoney, thlrty-
thiid degree soccer enthusiast and fa
rnous as a referee and authority on the
sport. .
Two   gam ,s   have    already    beea
played, the  Kelvin  kickeis heing victorious In each case.    The next game
takes place on Saturday afternoon
i .vi Jody Square.
minion   Timber  Agent at  New  Westminster:
Timber Berth N'o. 637, situate in the
Province of British Columbia, to the
Kasi of Pitt Lake, in Section 36, Township ���;. Range 6, West of the 7th Meridian, containing an area of 202.1
acres, more or lesR, as shown on plan
of survey thereof signed by A. Liglit-
liall. D. L. S��� dated the 28th November, 1. 10. and of record in the Timber
nnd Crazing Branch of tbe Department of the Interior. Islands which
may occur ln bodies of water within
this berth are excluded.
A license will not be issued until th-j
full amount of the purchase price and
the ground rental for the first year
have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., nre contained in the Timher Begnlations. a copy of which may
be secured on application to the undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at  New Westminster.
P. G. KBYRS. Secretary.
Department of tbe Interior, Ottawa,
February lr.th, 1011.
PAGE FIVE.
Edinburgh Street
Two fine lots between Henley and
Tenth streets; cement sidewalks;
high and dry.
$950.00 each;  1-3 cash
balance 6 and 12 months
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T.   H.   McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,  B. C.
Phones 646, 661.
For Quick Sale
Dap-
Price
6, 12,
Eight Fi{ty-foot Lots   in
perton, near new   tram.
$2,750
One-third Cask, balance
and 18 months.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
ite new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City^Specialists
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Razors, Strops, Barber
Supplies,  Etc.
AT
PFAI.KD   TENDERS   addressed   to
the  undersigned, and endorsed  "Ten
der for  Hot   Water Heating   Appara
tus. Vernon, B. C. wlll he received until 4:(10 P. M., on Wednesday, March
15, 1911, for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless made upon, nnd In accordance
with conditions contained in forms
furnished by Department.
Plans and specification to be seen
on application to Mr. Win. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria,
B. C, Mr. F. B. Cossett, Clerk of
Works. Vernon, B. C, and at the Department  of Public  Works, Ottawa.
Each   tender  must,  be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of tbe Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
ei|tial to ten per cent (10 p.c.l of the
amount of the tender.
By order,
R.  C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Depar'ment   of   Public   Works,   Ottawa, February 20 ,1911.
j Ryall's Drug Store
PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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The House of Quality and Low Prices
Five Thousand Dollar Ttuck
Purchased By Gilley Ifros., Ltd.
ai
BURNS
HAS   WRESTLED
WITH   6000 OPPONENTS
irna  appeared   before  th"
. ttier night, celebrat
th  birthday  and  probably
'      wrestling  match.    He  threw
r Waaem  In  two   straight   talla,
"iic in nine minutes and the
''"���   ** eleven minute*.
iol only put. on his wrestling
md match with Wasem. but,
' '" B 'horl talk on the wrestling
���>B and its value to health. At In-
""Ola in. demonstrated hia talk by
,,? ""hi ol au assistant, showing the
l"f;'r"'"  holds, used.
" wrestled noon people in my
'. declared the veteran of tho
",:;' ""I I consider It the greatest
'   '  the world.   1 can hox, in fact.
St. Louis Wins.
In a football match played at Moody
Square yesterday afternoon, the St.
Louis cpllege team defeated an eleven
rrom Lord Kelvin ichool, by the score
Of three goals to mie.
Westminster Is certainly looking up.
What with an auto flre appliance, and
the desire of the leading merchants
to make use of this mode of loco
motion for business purposes, there
will bo soon in this city a large number of such vehicles. Prospective buyers will watch with the keenest interest the progress of the big   three-ton
$5000. The truck, which Is a band-
some structure, will be the forerunner
of many more in the city, of that the
builders are convinced. In the words
of Mr. Myers, he has not yet struck a
town where the possibilities were so
great and the openings so many as in
Westminster. New industries were
springing up every day, and the move
could  m  i
'TS o|
'Th
most  of the alleged bov-
""���iy. but I consider it brutai.
people of thiB  country  must
*"n thai  health comes llrst.     Hon-
*JJ should be placed alongside with
*'"l,   The way in which tho public
an   ....
found it
"; Burns also commented on
! ��'wrestling tangle of todav. "Gotch
,j |;f" ' luimpion of the world, having
;/,'"' the three greatest men,
Zbyej0' Mfthnin��t and Hackenschmldt.
ll rl ��   aml   Mahmout   were   thrown
1,1 'bey admitted It. Haekon-
.,r, " '"st because he was a coward
ing ������'U    ,rena��se lie knew he was los-
Frank
to Roth, I
square   wrestling  is   to   de-
IhiniK
TRIPE   CAUSES   MURDEF;    SCARE.
Red Drops From Satchel Alarm Ferry
Passengers.
Now York, Feh. LIS.���Two Italians,
wiih caps drawn over their eyes
boarded the 11:40 a. m. municipal ferry boat for Staten Island. Kadi car-
,-tPd a satchel. Dark red drops dripped from each satchel.
"A  Black  Hand murder." whispered
n fat  man, turning pale and laying   C
trembling hand on  Patrolman
M. Roth.
���'Murder'" cried a woman
point in.   to the satchels.   "1 lost a rei-,
ativc in Boston that way.
������Stop the boat!" shouted Itoth,
sprint ins aboard, followed hy the fat
man the woman nnd a dozen other
BhUd'dfertflg persons. Tlie news spread
milckly and when the hluecoat commanded the Italians to tfnlt everybody was shuddering. Even the engines in the boat  throbbed.
"Open    those    satchels!"    ordered
Roth. .   .   . .
Tlie Italians were somewhat slow to
comply, and the patrolman lipped tho
bars with his pocketknlfe. Tbe satchels fell nnd up rose a cloud of steam.
I&Ton Chassis
n
About That Baby of Yours
We know you're interested in the baby's comfort���so are we���that's
why wore handling the Wagner Quick Folding Go-Cart.   It's roomy
and comfortable for the baby ���in fact has more room tfian the old
stvle babv carriage.  Has large flexible coil springs under the padded
seat���REAL SPKINGS that take up all the jar and vibration and the
babv gets the full benefit of them whether sitting up or lying down.
Is light iu weight andean be cirried anywhere. It opens or closes automatical lv with one movement of the haudle, aud the seat is so placed that
it can't tip backward.   The large wheels make easy riding for tho baby,
easy wheeling for lhe mother. A brake on rear wheel prevents accidents.
mer
QUICK FOLDING GO-CART
truck  which  reached  here  yesterday
for Gilley Bros. Ltd.
The makers of the thick, the Gramtn
Canadian Motor company, of Walker-
vllle, Ont, are the only linn.making a
specialty of this work in the Dominion, and Messrs Gllley's purchase is
the first of Its kind to come tn   the
No other go-cart has the attractive appearance of the Wagner. Beautifully
finished iu every detail���built on graceful lines. Has highly polished nickeled
and enameled parts.    Upholstered in the very best grade of leatherette.
Won't it be lots of satisfaction to know that your baby has the best
go-cart that money can buy?
We have on our floor a full line of the new models.    They are certainly
beauties.    Just" drop in and see them.    You won't be obliged to buy���we
will leave it to your own judgment.
Look for the Name  WOgner on the Front of the Cart
on the part of Messrs. Gilley Bros, to
be thoroughly modern was a commendable one. '
The frame of the truck ls constructed from five-Inch rolled channel steel,
which is Joined at the corners by steel
castings and rivetted by 5-16-inch iron
rivets.   Tbe channel steel used weighs
Prices from
down
$8.75
west.    F. C.  Myers, manager ot   the 6% 'nounis per foot. The length of tbe
motor department of the A. G. Brown frame assembled Is 197 Inches, and the
and Jamison company, of Vancouver, width 42V2 Inches outside. The weight
who are the Gramm firm's agents In of the truck is    approximately    5000
Vancouver, wa-   over here yesterday pounds.    Should  the  truck  prove   a
trying out the truck which has a ca- success, Messrs. Gilley Bros, wlll give
pa ctty of fifty horsepower,   and cost orders for four more. .
& Lewis
We Furnish Your Home for Less
1401-403Ootombia St., New Westminster.       Phone 829
fft PA01 Mt.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
1911,
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INDIANS FORM PART    LET PEOPLE RULE
OF AUSTRALIAN EXHIBIT!       OR HIRE A KING
COURT DEMANDS
AN INVESTIGATION
A
NINE       CANADIAN       ABORIGINES   SPEAKING IN BEHALF OF RESOLU-   JUDGE    WHITFORD    WANTS    THE
LEAVE ASHCROFT    FOR    ANTI- TION    FOR    DIRECT    ELECTION i        CHARGES THAT  HE  WAS  PAID
PODES, WHERE THEY WILL BE OF  SENATORS,   RAYNER   ADVO- $3,000      BEFORE      SENTENCING
SHOWN AT FAIRS, ETC.
CATES U. S. MONARCHY.
MINERS   PROBED.
Ashcroft Journal:     The aborigines Washington, D. C, Feb. us.���"it we
of  this   fair   Dominion    gathered    to- can't govern ourselves, let us have a
gether in  large numbers at   Ashcroft king, was the meat of an address by
on   Wednesday   to   witness   a   great Kayncr, of .Maryland, in the senate to-
event in their lives, nine of their num- day, speaking of the resolution for tlie
ber embarking on tlie afternoon train direct election of tlie  l'nited   States
for   a   prolonged   trip    to    Australia senators.
amidst great excitement and good-; "I would rather trust the people'
byes lu Indian faehlon from uumer- than a legislature," said Kayner, "and
T>us friends and relations. It takes a. I cpn!_d?r the carrying out of this
good deal to in.dtK.-e an ludian to lftr.vc.' resolution would ne the great political1
his native soil, but an offer of $30 and reform in a generation. i
$40 a month for about eight months,' "If the people haven't the intelli-
together witli other inducements in gence and tlie capacity to select their
the shape of wonderful things to be own representatives then we had bet-
seen and so forth, proved too much ter submit a constitutional amend-_
for the dusky people to refuse. ment and change the government to a
*    These nine Indians, from the Rona monarchy,    if the people must bave
These nine Indians from the Hona- political  slave masters  let   us  invest
drawn from Ashcroft, Lytton and Lil- them  wltb   royal   power,   for  it    will
looet.    A company bas recently been have been shown that the republic is
formed   in   Australia,   capitalized   at a failure.
$26,000, for the purpose of exhibiting "One senator has said that the reso-
Canadian   Indians   in   Australia   and lution   before   this   chamber    would
New Zealand, thus correcting the er-, wreck   the  constitution  and    founder
oneous idea prevailing tbere that our the  ship of state.    1  venture to say
Indians are a wild, savage lot of un- that no amendment will ever be made
civilized Ked Skins with tierce   coun- to tlie constitution that will impair tlie
tenances and features and skins about spirit of that instrument.   The ship of.
them.   Lieut-Col. .1. Stacy spent a few state will easily weather a gale that
days  in  Ashcroft  this   week  in   con- has   practically   spent   itself   in    this
nection  with tlie scheme, having   al- chamber.     It  may   be   necessary   to
ready    visited    Lillooet    and   Lytton change pilots, to jettison part of   the
drawing Indians from  there together cargo, tlie shores may be strewn witli
with as  many  curios,  Indian   imple- stranded hulks, but, armed with man-
ments and by-gone costumes ns were hood and  courage, the  honor of   the
'THE    KISSING    GIRL."
procurable,  as  every  effort Is   being   nation and the ship of state are safe,
made to represent tlie aboriginals' life
past and present, ln true colors
Henry   Cargile  has  charge   of the 	
Indians    and    has   accompanied    tbe  Whistlers Revel in Song Hits of "Kisn-
Colonel  on  his trips.    Joe DeShields ing Girl."
from Lillooet, will act as interpreter Of the twenty-one song numbers
for the party. One Wednesday after- witli which "The Kissing Girl"
noon the Ashcroft contingent em- abounds are many wliich will be freely
barked in charge of James G. Bain, whistled after its presentation bere.
Indian Mary was the most prominent Harry Hermson, the comedian, has
figure, and will probably be decked as his allotment of tlie "goodies,'
out as an Indian Princess in her gay "Good Old German Peer." a rattling
robes and beads. One of the less for- drinking song that vies with Gustav
tunate "bucks" who was left behind, Luders' "Old Heidelberg" in "The
while one of  his family   was   going, Prince of Pilsen," and a stirring song
signified in truly Indian fashion with  and chorus, "On the B on the Hon
plenty of waving of arms and   hands  on the Boulevarrl."
accented   by   ferocious    exclamations I     Miss Texas Guinan lias dainty num-,
that he  would rather have   a   noose  bers in "A Little Band of Gold," and
strung  round   his   neck   than   to   let' "Kiss tlie One You Love." |
bim go, but the young buck left and!     Thomas   Whiff en   bas   two   catchy;
the excited gentleman  did not carry   ones in the pompous "Major General
out his threat, | Pumpernickel"   and    a   patter   son?,
Joe Pasco, a noted old Indian charac- "The Hair of the Dog That Bit You."
ter, of Atehcroft, figured largely in the Venita Fltzhugh has a flne romance in
general excitement, he expressed bim- "Love Is Like a Rose;" she also sums
self strongly when play bystanders a waltE song that shows to great ad-
tried to persuade him to join the ad- vantage tlie brilliant finality of her
venturous   crew   and   took   their    en-   pure colorature.    Ida Fitzhugh   hns a
Denver, Feb. -S.���District Judge
Whit ford appeared today in the criminal court here and demanded a grand
jury investigation of statements made
before a legislative committee by Mrs.
Margaret Miller that she had handed
Whitford $3000 in cash three days before he sentenced sixteen miners to
jail for contempt, Incurred ih violating
an injunction issued by hlm.
The statement of Mrs. Miller was
made before a committee investigating
impeachment     proceedings     brought
against Whit ford by the Federation of
Labor. She alleged that a man, whose
name was not revealed, gave her the
$3000 and asked ber to hand it to
Whitford, giving her $10 for her trouble. She said this man was formerly
an agent for the Mine Owners' Association of Cripple Creek. She asserted that her conscience inspired
her to appear voluntarily before the
committee and tell her story.
Mrs. Miller is out of the penitentiary on parole, having been sentenced
to serve a term on the charge of having killed Mrs. Sarah Alt, of Cripple
Creek.
Judge Whitford appeared personally in court, recited in full the charge
made against him by Mrs. Miller and
said:
"if this charge is true I should not
be impeached, but indicted, convicted
and sentenced to the penitentiary for
the full term of the statutory period."
Criminal Judge Bliss promised to
consider Judge Whitford's request.
NEW    WILL    OF   TOLSTOI.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET. Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Yancouver  and   Ag.is-
slz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan.    I No. !'").
17:Of)���From   Vancouver.     (No.  86),
ll):'J0���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
l!'J:,r>0���From Winnipeg aud    Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
S:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   90>).
17:50���To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees nnd shrubs. Choice Imported Dutch St
at tho Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRidav
Now is the tima to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
H. W, nRODlF,        ED. QOXJLBT,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3^4  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Clearance Sale
OF
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIR TCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
deavors in earnest.
No doubt these Indians will be
deckel out in costumes tbat are no
longer worn by them or even seen
nowadays', if they are not presented
to our Australian cousins as we are
accustomed to see tbem tbey will probably not be able to form a correct idea;
as to the present dav native in Canada.
The party left Vancouver on Friday'
by the S.S. Zealander, and will touch j
Honolulu and the Fijis on their way.
It is to be hoped that the sight of
swarms of the scantily clad and pitcii
black Fijians will not cause a panic
amongst tbe so-called savage North
American Red Skins.
cpiaint
humor.
German    folk    song    full    of
Trustees Are to   Buy Land With   the
Proceeds of Property.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 28.���It is reported that another will of Count Leo
Tolstoi has been discovered, and that
it prevents the intended disposal of
his literary property to his widow.
Soon after Tolstoi's death a wiil
was found, but tbe one recently discovered is of later date, it is said, and
renders the flrst one void.
The new will, if the reports are correct, leaves all the great author's literary property to trustees, wbo are
instructed to devote all the profits to
the purchase of land to be divided
among tbe peasants of his old estate.
According to the former will, tho
Countess Tolstoi was to receive all the
estate and all the profits from Tolstoi's books for the next twenty-one
years.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room  6,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
��hnn. 661 Residence  Phone  133
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes for Ladies from |12/5
JP.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
.3.00.
Silver Watches, gents' op*n case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Cream of Acreage!
Five-Acre Blocks
On B, ('. Klectric Railway at Junction of Nf, W.-Chllllwack line. Scotl
road, with prospected line to     1    ..
Steel City and Ladner
Also flve acre blocks on this projected   line   adjoining    Steel   Qltj
townsite.
These two Choice sub-divisions have just been surveyed and are mr.'
on   the  market.
For particulars apply to
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd
Over Merchants Hank  lluilding corner  Columbia  and   Begbie  Btri  tl
.   New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 336.
jMte-flTrTi^-^rw^^tTM^mr^
LA PATRIE MAY        j
CHANGE ITS COAT
SIR WILFRID LAURIER'S LEADING
FRIEND TO JOIN EDITORIAL
STAFF OF AN INFLUENTIAL
FRENCH  PAPER.
Quebec,    Feb.    .8.���Much    interest
was aroused in political circles today
by   the   announcement   that   Thomas
Cote would  shortly  join  the  staff of
the Patrie newspaper.   What his exact
position will be is not yet announced,
hut it is believd that he will become
tlie political director of the paper and.
the appointment is regarded as significant,    and    as    indicating    that    Mr.
Tarte's paper will give Us full support!
to the Laurier government.   Mr. Cote'
was formerly political manager of the |
Presse.   He is a close confidant of Sir!
Wilfrid Laurier and has been entrusted with a number of important rols-i
sions of late years, having been one'
of thc Canadian representatives at th*
Brussels  exposition,  and   also   being'
secretary on the Waterways commission.    When the late Mr. Tarte was1
the guiding spirit  of  the Patrie, tlie'
paper was strongly Protectionist and
tbe   Tarte    traditions   have   hitherto
been lived up to in the conduct of the
paper.   I'nder the able management of
Mr.   Tarte's   son,  Joseph   Tarte,   the
Patrie has become one of the most Influential     of    tlie    French-Canadian
dailies and has hitherto pursued an independent   course   in   politics,  having
lately been outspoken In its opposition
to certain  features of the reciprocity
arrangement.     Much  curiosity  Is   expressed as to whether Mr. Cote's appointment will mean a change in this
respect.
Ferrie's Mayor Resigns.
Fernie, Feb. 27.���Mayor llleasdell
pent his written re=l"n''Mon i>�� mnypr
to tie city clerk Saturday and at a
special meeting of the council Saturday night, .1. L. Mclntyre vr>s elec ted
tf act as mayor until an election can
be held to name a successor.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY
March 1
John P. Slocum presents
CH
MISS TEXAS GUINAN
The star of "The Kissing Girl."
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Jewelry
THE
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
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
KISSING
= GIRL
Columbia Street
New Westminster
With a better cast than ever, including
the old favorites
Texas Guinan, Mme. Vanity
and Harry Hermson
PRICES THE SAME AS BEFORE
$1.50, $1.00, 75c. 50c.
<U ( WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911.
NE"
PAGE SEVEN.
. e*
Take
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land  District.
trist of New Westminster.
nol Ice bat
Dis-
Edward Hawkins,
occupation bookkeeper,
ol V',"'T.  apply   for   permission   to
illH''   "      the    following    dwcrlbed
base
at a  post,  planted  oh
llie east   side   of   the
nnel and joining T, L.
on tho noi th side and mark-
Hawkius;   S.   W.  corner,
,.    go chains  to  line ol  limit
to beach,
plll'l'       ^^^^
Commercing
v,, beach on
SJmemnon che
No, MM .
I y^fA	
thenCn  '���'  tlience N. 60 chains alon
No. '    ,'b   thenoe soutli and west
line to   ^ ��� ��ace   ���(   commence-
mission to purchase the tollowlng described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4V6
miles north of Green Lake, thenco
west Ht) cliains. thence south SO chains,
thence east 80 chains, tlience north
80 cliains !o point ot commencement,
being northeast corner post of lot applied for, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Bridge,
February 20, mil.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
along
ment and
less.
beach  lo place
containing 80 acres more or
Kove
EDWARD HAWKINS.
|\MKS  A  LKWIS, Agent,
mber 28. 1910.
'LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
_ ��� Westminster  Land  District.
N st of New Westminster,
notice thai   Cecil  Klllam,
C, occupation burrlstei
trist
Take
nf
11.
to apply for permi
Vancouver.
*to!i2S��U   the    following
Bl        lands' l
1   -,lDg at  a  post  planted  on
.i.  haacn about 1U  miles northeast
tbe    iv,���niil   Point, Jervis inlet, and
������,'   KiUam's Northwest Cor-
���   eait 20 chains, thence
bains,   thence   west   20
to beach, thence
BCrllie
I'Ollll"
from
marl 11
ner,"
de-
20   c
more or
 al"'1-
iencemi nl
more or less
south
chains
north
beach   to   ] la<e of  com-
and   containing  -10   acres
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desci ibed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail L%
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north so cliains,
thence east 40 chains, thence soutli SO
(diains, tlience west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
wesl corner poBt of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more oil ess.
(Blgned) william LEWIS,
Agenl  for Anna Maud Duggan,
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
lUitcd
CECIL K1LLAM.
.1.  A.  LKWIS,  Agenl.
November 29, 1910.
"LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land
District.  Distrust of New Westminster.
tice that Clint  B.  Dicker-
,-ouver, B. C, occupation
intends to apply for pei-
bate the following de
man, 11 Va
lumberman,
iii pure    ^^^^^^^^^^
BC��mencd|ng a. a post planted on
Ue beach In Billings Hay, Nelson Is-
und and J��talM P' R' No' ""S "nil
w.     "C    E    Dlckerman's    North-
Scorner/1 thence south 60 chain,,
*�� ��� ���  chains,   thence  north
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK thai Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupaUon mar
I'led woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at. a post plant
ed on the west side of Green Kiver
and four chains north of Green Lake,
tlience west So cliains. thence north
80 chains, thence east So chains,
tlience south SO chains to point of
I commencement, being southwest cor
1 ner post of lot applied lor, containing
| 640 acres more or less.
(Blgned) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
thence east 80 chains, tlience north 80
cliains, thence wost SO cliains, thence
south SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acrea
more or less.
WILLIAM .1. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
Cryi
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, C. A.
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, Intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot 197(1 and two miles west of
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, Intends to apply"for permission to purchase the foil wing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant, and In a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
tlience east SO (diains, tlience south
SO chains, thence west. SO chains,
thcilce north so chains to the point of
commencement, and containing (Ho
acres more or less.
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
H. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
tion as authorize the proposed appllci
tion and   works.
Canning
.1. M. M
Compan.,
lonald,
Manager
New Westmlnstei
1 uu    Glen    Rose
Limited.
(Signature)
B O. Address)   ^^^^^^^^^
Copy of pari of Company's memorandum of association:
ig) To record, divert, take and
carry away, water from any sti earn,
river and lake in the Province of Hritish Columbia, for the use of their bu-i
ness, and for thai purpose to erect,
build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, Humes, or other conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
Hie same.
PLAGUE RAVAGES ADD
10 FAMINE HORROR
JOHN F. CONNELL, RETURNED
FROM ORIENT, DESCRIBES THE
NEEDS OF CHINESE���OUTSIDE
MUST  HELP THEM  AT ONCE.
    NKW   WKSTMINSTKK   LAND    HI.-
Haslam  lake, thence west SO chains,!    TRICT���District   of   New Westmln-
thence south SO (diains, tlience east 80! sjer, B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dia-
Dis-
Haw-
Comer     tlience bourn  "" �� i
tfence ive I   80  chains,  thence
more or less to   lead,.
. ...   along   beach   to   place
jJcommencement, and containing 820
.nes more or less.
Cl [NT ES. DICKERMAN.
.1. A. LKWIS. Agent.
n t�� No-, ember 28, 1910.
LAND ACT   NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land   District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice tbat Leslie L. Dicker-
nan, ol Vancouver, u. C, occupation
lumberman, Intends to apply for per-
,      n to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted  on
' In-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel K.
eis, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
wesl side of Pemberton Trail, HYi
miles north of Qreen Lake, thence
north So chains, tlience east SO cliains,
thence south so chains, tlience west
su chains to the point of commence*
ment, being tbe southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 040
acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS.
Agent for Lionel K. Hawels
February 20, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, inl end to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands. Commencing at a post.
planted about IU miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles wesl, of Haslam lake, tlience west SO chains,
tlience north so chains, thence east 80
chains, tlience soutli So cbalns, to the
polni of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911,
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New West minster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the follow-
in;; described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about two miles north
of T. L. lot 916 on the west shore of
Haslam bike, thence west 8(5 chains,
thence south su chains, tlience east
80 cliains, I hence north 80 cliains to
the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Hated February 17, 1911.
Tborsen,   of    Vancouver,
Re lot io,
occupation] Hon. town of
marine engineer, Intends to apply for
permission  to  purchase tlie  following
described lands:
Addi-
dock 10, Murrai
Port Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of eertiii-
cate of title N'o. 6620A, issued in the
���___��� 'name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
Commencing at a post planted about  |i!t,(1 j��� tilfs 0{[jcei
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month   from
the date of tbe first publication here-
n a daily newspaper published' in
two and one-half miles south of T. L.l
lot 1388, and one mile east of Haslam I
Lake, tlience east so cliains, tlience j
south 80 chains, thence west 80 cliains, I 0"j
tlience north 80 chains, to tlie point of
commencement, and containing 040
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT  IVOTICE.
Dis-
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Gerald E.
the beach on west side of Sechelt In-[.Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
let, anil at the northeast corner of ter mariner, intends to apply for per-
let'.o. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dick-! mission to purchase tbe following de-
erman' Northwest Corner," thence-lecrlbed lands: Commencing at a port
south Sn chains, thence east 'JO chains, planted on Qreen Kiver, 1'emberton
thence BOUth " chains, tlience east Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
ll - more or less to the beach,: thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
thence south So chains, thence
o chains to point   of commence-
OV  ( liiUli."   U1UIQ   .'.     .^.uw    ...    .     -
theme nortli and wea^ along beach to  chains,
commencement   and    containing    320j west s
! New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK  NOTICK that  1, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupa-
i Hon   married  woman, intend to apply
' for permission to purchase the follow-'
ing described lands:    Commencing at
| a post   planted ahout half mile south
, of T.  L.  lot   1368 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, thence east 80 chains,
thence south SO chains, thence west 80
chains, thence nortli 80 chains to the
point   of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
ISABKLLA McFAULAND,
Dy D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17, 1911.
NKW   WKSTMINSTKK   LAND    DISTRICT���District   or   New Westminster, II. V.���Take notice tbat. I, A. L.
Belyea,  Of   Vancouver, occupation  so-
i licitor,  intends   to  apply   for  pennis-
; sion  to  purchase   the   following   described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboue
IV. miles nortli of T. L. lot
11)70 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 cliains, tlience
north so chains, thence west 80
chains, tlience south so chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing Old acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1011.
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, li. C.���Take notice that I, Charles
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T. L, 1031, and on
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thenco
east So cliains. thence north so
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco
south so chains, to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  BOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tlie said certificate, unless
in ibe meantime valid objection he
made to me in writing.
('. S.  Keith
District Registrar of Tii les.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, i). c, February 18, mil.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lots 14, 16, 10 and 17 of lots 7, ,1!) j
and 40, suburban block 0. map 010,1
in the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-1
cate of title number 10611F, Issued in
the name of James Kosebrough Lawry
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given tbat I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, I
in a daily newspaper published in tbe
City of   New Westminster,   issue   a <
duplicate of the said certificate, unless |
in the meantime valid    objection, be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., February 1 j
1911.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re block 8, subdivision   of   northwest,
quarter of Section 10, Township 12,
Map So:'., in    the    District   ot New',
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the    loss    of cer- ;
tifleate of title number 12254F, issued
in the name of Hector Ferguson, bas
been filed in this office.
��.���.,,.   ..... t,,,,.. ..,.,,, v. i     Notice is hereby given that I shall,
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS- at 1)le expiration of one month from,
rRICT���District of New Westmin- the date ot the firs:t publication hereof,
Bter, B. ('.���Take notice that 1, Peter jn a claiU. ue.VSpaper published in the
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-1 rltv of New Westminster, issue a
tion broker, intends to apply for per- duplicate of the said certificate, unless
mission to purchase the following de-1 tn  the  meantime  valid  objection    be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar of Tltl-'S
cctnnieiH erne ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
actes more or less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent.
Date November 29. 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
ment, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing 040 acrea
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Gerald E, Bridge !
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
scribed lands: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing at a post planted about I
three miles northwest of Haslam'
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence!
north 80 chains, rlience east 80 chains,
tlience south 80 chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing G40
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
Land Registry Office
Seattle, Feb. 28.���Not only does
death from famine stalk in tha
Van. tse valley of China, but death bv
tlie pneumonic plague is reaping a
terrible harvest in Manchuria, says
John Jerome Connell, who has just arrived in Seattle from a stay or eleven
years in the Orient.
Mr. Connell is of the firm of Connell Bros., importers and exporters of
Seattle and Oriental ports. 11 is
brother, .Morris J. Connell, is a well
known resident of the city, and Is in
charge of the firm's business offices
at 77 Marion street.
Manchuria's Fearful Death Rate.
"Those who have noi visited tho
Yangtse valley and Manchuria, cannot
realize the terrors that now exist in
those sections. Our Shanghai office,
where I have had my headquarters for
the last eleven years has just received
a report of the plague's terrible ravages in Manchuria. This report says
the death rate from the plague has
readied 100 out of every thousand of
the l.r.,000,000 people living in Manchuria.
"With the ground frozen from eight
to fifteen feet deep and intense cold
weather prevailing, tlie people are dying so fast that they cannot he buried.
Tlie bodies are left, to lie where they
full after death comes.
Railway Traffic Stopped.
"All traffic lias been stopped on the
Chinese railway hetween Peking and
Shanghai Kwan at the Chinese wall to
prevent tlie spread of the plague,
wdiich Is an extremely contagious disease.
"While I have not visited the famine-stricken  districts  in   the Yangtse
valley since tbe piesent famine   has
existed.  1  know   well  of  the   terrible
conditions existing. I was in Shanghai
at the time of the famine four years
ago, and at that time gained   a personal knowledge of famine's terrors in
this  densely   populated   valley.    Four
: years ago many were the living skele-
I tons 1 saw, men, women and children,
wbo, with their gaunt bodies, drifted
in small boats down the river.
Numbers   Beyond   Computation.
"It would be impossible to even estimate the number of people   famine-
stricken.    Millions live in the Yangtse
I vallev,  and   undoubtedly  millions  are
1 starving, and to add to the sufferings
I brought  on hy hunger the weather is
intensely cold, a fact which few over
here realize.
"The famine was brought on by one
I general failure of crops in tbe valley
i last vear.    It has existed in   terrible
N'ew  Westminster, B.  C, January   form in manv districts since last N'o
28, 1911.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICE     that     Margaret
Ethel Matthews, of San Jose, occupation widow, ini ends to apply for per-i
���mission to purchase the following de-
scribed lands:   Commencing at a post
planted on the wesl side of the Cheat
amus river and  one  mile   north   of
Daisy Lake, thence  west   40  chains,
thence north 160 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence  south   160   chains
alon. the CheakamuB river to point of
commencement, being southwest cor-,
ner post of lot applied for, containing j s��,^"w
820 acres mure or less.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Clinton P.
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about two miles soutb of T. L. lot 1031,
on tlie east shore of Haslam lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains,
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent tor Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.     ^B
TAKE   NOTICE  that  Molly   McCla
rey, of  Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the     following     *     -���*---��
lands:    Commencing at a \,~���. 	
on  the  Pemberton   Trail.  2ft    miles j CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
north of Green Lake, thence north 80 ~   	
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south SO cliains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, being the
est corner post, containing 640
teres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS
Tenders are invited for a four story
brick warehouse to be erected on
Front street, New Westminster, for
T. J. Trapp �� Co., Ltd.
Plans and specifications can be
seen at  the office of the architects,
AUCTION    SALE    OF
BERTH   COVERING
INION   LANDS.
TIMBER
DOM-
vember. Some districts have suffered
worse than others, as each district haj
passed laws prohibiting the shipment
of food out of the district, and one district a little more fortunate than another has guarded its scant food supply,  while the people   in   the   other
starved.
Only   Hope   From Outside
"The only hope of alleviating the
suffering of these millions of people
Is for relief from the outside. The
Chinese government no doubt will
send In relief, but much more will be
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 1911. 	
UND ACT  NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
necessarily be accepted.
not
thence west 80 chains, thence j Gardiner   &   Gardiner,    Westminster
       ( north 80 chains to the point of com-! Trust block.
.    ,__      described j mencement, and containing 640 acres      The lowest or any tender will
Commencing at a post planted t more or less
****���**      ***'       ">llaa i r*a IVTC^^	
^^^^^^^_By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
NOTICE.
My property, 339 Alberta street, is
off the market.
H. PUTTRICH, Sapperton.
WATER    NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Kate Corey, of
Vancouver, occupation saleswoman,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
{\*.t-*f the tollowlng described lands.
Commencing al a post planted at the
with line of lot H>7 on Summit Lake,
thence wesl 10 chains, thence south
ns, ihence east 40 chains lo
s"iiniii'  Lake, ihence north along the
; '        'mi of commencement, being
"'   nortl ��� ;isi   corner  post  of  lot    ap
1:1,1 Ii i    "iitaining 320 acres more oi
li
��� !> WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agenl for Kate ( orey
Febnmrj 20, 1011.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2*fa miles south of T. L
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam	
thence east  80  chains, thence cense in "the Westminster Division of
.    Notice is hereby given that an ap-
��� "plication will be made under Part V. of
* the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
i.T Vu!l   No*f1 Vancouver,' occupationj ''"".j, rq dSnii"Sence west 80 chains, j New Westminster District
1 ��      r^'nhe   into ds to appb' for l'e'"| __Za\Taouth SO chains to the point'    (a)   Tl.e name of (ompany in full-
stenographer, intends to ai W  ,_ ^j then e souu, containing 640 The Glen Hose Canning Company Lim-
ake,
mission to
purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot UIO". and tlience north 40 chains
thence west 40 (diains, tlience south
In chains, thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement, being southwest cornel' posi of lot applied for.
Containing  160 acres, more or les-;.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWI8,
Agent  for Qeorglna  A,  Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
of       ^^^^^^^
acres more or less. ^^^^^^^^^^_
JOHN E. CRAWFORD.
Dy D. O'Hara, Agent.
Hated February  17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
The right to   cut timber   under   11-, ��� ...	
cense on Berth No. 537. comprising' needed and the need will continue un-
the following lands in the Province ol- til the new crops are harvested next
British  Columbia,  will  be offered at J June.
public auction at the upset price   ofi     "The relief work being done in Seat-
$5,520.00, Including cost of survey, at  tie and throu_-hout the United States
2 o'clock P. Af., on   Wednesday, the  is badly needed and most commenda-
17th May next, at the office of the Do-, ble In every way."
minion  Timber Agent at  New West-i     Mr. Connell, who with Mrs. Connell,
minster: | is stopolng at the Perry, will be here
Timber Berth No. 537, situate In the  several days before leaving   for   the
Province of British Columbia, to the east.
East of Pitt Lake, in Section 35, Town-1	
ship 6, Range 5, West of the 7th Mer-; BIG COMPANIES TO ���__,__._
idian,  containing   an  area   of   202.11 INVEST   IN   CANADA
acres, more or less, as shown on plan ] ������~
of survey thereof signed by A. Light-(    ��"���;;'���-���_   banking concerns
dated the 28th Noveni-  est and best known nwow ��
1 the Timber  ,��� the world are behind   the  Soctete
and  Grazing  Branch of the   Depart- pinandere pour nndustWedu OjMtt.
ber.' 1910, and of record in the Timber  in
Ottawa, Feb. 28.���Some of the larg-
and best known banking concerns
the world are behind   the   Societe
""ndustrie du Canada,
which has just been
ment of the Interior.    Islands wMoh  a Swtas ^^'{-^ lnvestment of
may occur in bodies of water within created in Pai Is ror me
this berth are excluded.
funds in Canada.
A Hc^se-wilTnot be"issued until tb, i     It has a capita, of 5,0��0.000^francs.
I AND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
District.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that   I,   Vernon   V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
for permission to pur- (lowing ir.u Fraser liver
(c) Th.e point of dive sion���1; abou
('���roup
  I
.���rlbed  lands' j     (c) T
Ited.    ^^^^^
Tlie head office
B. C.
Tlie  capital,  how   divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided
12600 of .10 each, of which 11T0 sh
are issued and paid up,
(hi    The name of tlie lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the deseript 011
is)���Unnamed   stream   on   Lot    17.
New   Westminster   district,
-New Westminster
int)
res
& Co.
^^^^^ issueu uuiii m-31     ,,   ,,���.   .,
full amount of the purchase price and  and is promoted under the auspices o
the ground rental for the first   year  the following firms:
have been paid. I    Lazard Brothers.
Tbe conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the Timber Regulations, a copy of wbicli may
id on application to the unfile  Crown   Timber
be securei
derslgned, or to
Agent at N'ew Westminster.
P. G. KEYES, Secretary.
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
February l.th. 19.11.
Grenfell. Morgan
Bonn & |^^m^^m
Banqtie de Paris et des Pays Bas.
Societe Generale.
Spit/.er & Co.
This information is given In a Paris
cable to the London Finaeial News,
and is authentic^
the Era-
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
i: NOTICE tbat Reginald   Fit*-
Sargent,  of   Vancouver, occu-
broker, intends to apply for per-
to purchase the following de |
Commencing at a post
the  southwest  corner   of
Peraid
patlon
mission
bribed lands
planted  at
101 2105, thence east 20 chains, thenco
Muth 50 chains, thence west 60
cnalns, thence north 10 cbalns, thenco
m\ in chains, thence north 40 chains
"lil11 of commencement, being tbo
"OrthweBl corner post of lot applied
w, containing 140 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
jVmii   ror  Reginald   Fitzgerald   Sargent,
February
New Westminster Land
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   I, Samuel    S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
Intends  to  apply   for  permission
purchase    the    following
lands:   Commencing at a
Ibout  Vk   miles  north
__     t0
described
post planted
of   T.   L.   lot
intend to apply
chase ^f^l^^A'about'200"feet from its mouth at
1 """       1Z\\ rib of T   1    lot 916 on  ser river on said Lot 17.
three miles no.th 0     . 1.. 10 quantity of wa'er  applied
south 80 chains, thence
of Haslam
197(1,- and two miles west
east   80  cliains,  tlience
thence west SO chains,
cliains to the point of
and   containing   640
to
Reginald   Fitzgerald
20, 1911.
Dis
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAK 10 NOTICE that Mary Augusta
nil^\ of Vancouver, occupation mar
woman, Intends to apply for per-
Tied
lake.   Ihence
south 80 cliains,
tlience north 80
commencement.
acres more or lcss.^^^^^^^^^_
SAMUEL S. AUSS,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
LA N D~ACT~N OT ICE.
New Westminster L^nd District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. William J.
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands'. Commencing at a post planted
ahout one mile south of T. L, '-* ln'1
on the east shore of Lake
80�� cliains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
01' lCES'       VERNON V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.	
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
,fulcT_Distrlct   of   New Westminster   B.  C���Take notice tbat
ea3t  tenth of one cubic foot
(e) Tlie character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pumo.
(f) The premises on which th.i
water is to be used (describe same) ���
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Industrial and d>
Bici,  ...  w.  I  Carl mestic purposes.
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker |     (j)    Area of Crown land Intended to I
intends to apply for permission to pur- be occupied by the proposed  works-
chase the following described lands:   I None.
Commencing at a post planted about] (k) This notice was posted on the
three miles distant and in a north-1 15th day of February, 1911, and appli-
westerly direction from Haslam Lake, cation will be made to the Commis-
thence west 80 chains, thence soutli sioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, (1) Give the names and addresses
thence north 80 chains to the point of of any riparian proprietors or !l:ensees
lot 1031
Haslam,
commencement   and
acres more or less.
containing    640
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.  |
who or whose lands are 11 ely to be a%
fected by the proposed works, either
above or below t^o outlet���None.
Attach copy of such parts   of the
Company's   memorandum of assoela-
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Hot Water Heating Appara
tus, Vernon, B. C, will be received until 4:00 P. M., on Wednesday, March
15, 1911, for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless made upon, and in accordance
with conditions contained in forms
furnished by Department.
Plans and specilication to be seen
on application to Mr. Wm. Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria,
B. C, Mr. F. B. Cossett, Clerk of
Works, Vernon, B. C. and at the Department of Public Works, Ottawa.
Each tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to ten rer cent (10 p.c.) of tho I
amount of the tender. __r^^
By order,
1 R. C. DESROCHERS.
VENITA FITZHUOH
Secretary, with "The Kissing Girl," at the opera
Department of Public Works,   Ot- house tonight,
tawa, February 20 ,1911.
^ I fkdt moat.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, ,���
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders _with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
i
i
t
e
tl
n
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
��
"The Kissing Girl" is tbe attraction
al the opera house tonight.
The   British   Hallway   act,   recently
passe 1 by the provincial government,!
goes into effect today. j
Mass will be celebrated    at    eight
o'clock at St.  I'eter's cathedral this1
morning, this  being the IltBt  day of
the Lenten fast.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Beld, next
tram office.   Phone 310.        ' ����
The C. P. R, s.'eamer Trader returned yesterday from Victoria, where
she underwent considerable repairs
and alterations. Tlie Trader will resume her usual run Immediately.
Seven freight ears were derailed
early yesterday morning at llat/.ic,
but only slight damage was- suffered.
One car, containing a large quantity
of dynamite, had the end torn open,
several boxes of the explosive being
thrown out. Fortunately the dynamite
did not explode.
Six chairs in operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting.        **
Tbis evening, at an adjourned meeting of the Westminster Presbytery, to
be held in St. Andrew's church, an
illuminated address will be presented
to Rev. Alex Dunn, who was for
thirty-five years a missionary on this
coast. A large number of old timers
are expected to be present at the
ceremony.
The police court statistics for the
month of February nre as follows:
Theft by conversion, 1; wounding wltn
intent, 1; having stolen goods in possession, 1 ; drunkenness, 19; robbery,
2; drunk and disorderly, 8: keeper ot
gaming house, 7; breach of trades
license by-law, 3; cruelty to animals
1; breaking and entering warehouse,
1;  vagrancy, 7;  and theft, 2.
The journeymen barbers of this city
are seeking to Increase the price of
hair cuts from twenty-flve to thirty-
five cents, and make tbe charge for
honing razors fifty cents instead of
twenty-five. Thc closing of the shops
half an hour earlier ls also desired.
The master barbers have yet to be
heard from on this subject, but they
will most probably agree to tive demands of the men.
Davies Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Pbone R
The funeral of Miss Jessie Roy, who
died early yesterday morning, will
take place this afternoon from her
father's residence, Ash street.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. D. Welsh, who
died on Monday evening, at the age of
sixty-six, will take place at half past
two o'clock this afternoon Jjom the
residence of ber son, C. A. Welsh,!
Sixth street. Interment will he in the
Odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. C. W.
Hrown officiating.
The Public
Supply Stores
CROCKERY
208
NEW SEEDS
Our Stock Just in.
KODAKS AND
PHOTO
SUPPLIES
Our Spring Stock Now In.
SPECTACLES
We Sell Them at Half the Price   of
Some Others.
BRING YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
TO US
Telephone    43    for   anything   you
want; we will deliver promptly.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster
Phone 43;  L
B   C.
D. 71:   Res. 72.
I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
On the occasion of the severing of I
his connection with tbe    Royal    City I
Mills,  where  he had  been  employed
for about  fifteen years, Alderman  A. I
W. Gray was  yesterday evening pre-]
sented with a handsome Morris chair,
the gift of the company and the   em-
i ployees.   James Voung, accountant at
the mills, made the presentation after
a short speech in wliich be referred i
in complimentary terms to Mr. Gray's
many  accomplishments. I
Commencing today, tbe whole territory within the city of Westminster
will be served by mail carriers, F. A.
Dailey having been added to the delivery force In order to permit the
extension of the system to the limits
of Sapperton and that section of the
town hetween Eighth' and Tentli
avenues. Sapperton will be attended
to in tlie morning and the other district in the afternoon, only one delivery each day being made. Postmaster J. MacDonald makes a request
of the residents of those districts that
they have their mail in future addressed to their street and house num-!
ber, this being necessary in order to
facilitate delivery.
The star witness for the prosecution in the case against John Toouev,
wbo was charged before Judge Howay
as being the man who held up and
robbed with violence Harry Howell, of
Vancouver, broke down yesterday
when the case was called.' Before thr*
magistrate, Howell had sworn that
prisoner was the man w.ho held him
up and on that evidence Toouev took
his trial, but yesterday Howell was
not sure that his previous evidence
was correct. On the witness stand
Howell repeatedly stated that be
would not be positive just who throttled him two weeks ago on McNeely
street. "If," he said, "I am wrong, !
hee a thousand pardons." Without
calling on the prisoner, who had
pleaded not guilty, the court discharged Toouev from custody.
As we have noticed the public heretofore, we are
SACRIFICING
Our Crockery
All this week we
will have on   sale
200    dozen   white
i
Stone China Plates
at 50c. a doz.
ALTERATIONSJARING COMPLETION
A FEW DA YS MORE AND WE WILL
HAVE OUR STORE ARRANGED
IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE
During the past few weeks we have been doing
business under great difficulties, Departments
are now being arranged and given their permanent locations. When complete we promise an
improved store service over anything heretofore
afforded by this store.
During the next week we will be busy opening
hundreds of cases of  New Spring Goods.   As
fast as we can mark the new goods we will place
them on display.
We invite your inspection and promise that every
day will see conditions improved that customers
may shop here under fewer of the inconveniences
so noticeable during the last few weeks.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
��� 11;
I i
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
AUCTI0NMIE
We have received , Instructions
from Mr. E. J. Galvln to sell by Public Auction, the contents of his newly
furnished house.      rl
Friday, March 3, 1911, at 2 p. m., at
St. Patricks street near Third street.
Kitchen���No. 8 cooking stove, just
In use one month; 1 kitchen cabinet,
new; 13V6 yards of oilcloth, and other
kitchen utensils.
Dining-room���15 yards of oilcloth;
1 set of dining chairs, solid oak, leather seats, cost $3(1; 1 dining-room
table, solid oak; 1 buffet, solid oak; 1
Morris chair; 2 rockers; 1 parlor centre table; 1 beater, new; 1 large rug,
just down about one month; 10 window shades and poles; 2 beds, spring
matress; 1 Rest more mattress; 2 oait
plate glass bureaus; 1 swing bead
Singer sewing machine,- and a lot of
otber miscellaneous artii^es.
Terms of sale, easli.^For further
particulars, apply to
JOSEPH  TRAVERS,
-  Auctioneer.
Columbia St. ������-.&_phone 703.
8
Per
^^^^^^^ cent.    ^^
Interest on First Mortgage
SrCURITY
Par Excellence   ^
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO. LTD.^S^
NEW   WESTMINSTER
B. C.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ra.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at fi,
hour until 11 p. m.
8 and every ball
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS
Cloverdale Auto Road
Right at Cloverdale, ten acres of the best Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent corner with kinfe frontage on the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE.
Ten acres also fronting on the auto road, equally good land, part
in meadow and part light alder. There Is sufficient cleared for buildings and a large garden.
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
EJ.HaiUCo.,Ltd.
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FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express care leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. ra.
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour
after up to 11  p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. nnd   every
11-M
���here-
half
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a.m. and t!:05 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Are You Aware
that electric power is available from our mains, which now extena-
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   W
Front street, tlience along part of Columbia street, then via H"'n(-
strcet to tbe Brunette river ?
Our power rates aro low, and make possible   the adoption   of
Bate, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications  for electric power service may be made at the Ci
pany's local office, or a postal mulled to the head office, Vanco
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, W
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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