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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CC.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 325.
IVICTORIA COUNCIL
TO CARRY ON WORK
iGovernment Bill Introduced
to Validate All Work Done
Since Illegal Election.
TYPEWRITERS
&t��nf��0d, Mak'���� 5\Per   Month.
WHITER SttfLES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
'���������Gr���
NEW WESTMlNSTEIt, B.C.. FRIDAY   MORNING, FEBRUARY  24, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CBIWa
��� ���������������
���
Mint Is Working
Ottawa. Fell. 24.���The first
coins to be made at the branch
of the royal mint in this city
were turned out yesterday,
bearing tbe head of King
tieorge V. on the obverse. The
coins were gold British sovereigns, aud were made off dies
received from the Central mint
in London.
;,:;:::*"-'many lives lost
E DISASTER
���������������������������������������������������
Twelve Men Killed When
Fire Starts���Other Victims
Fall Off Cage.
EiND SURVIVORS OE
MISSING STEAMER
Victoria, Feb. 24.���Premier McBride
announced    to    the  house  yesterday
afternoon that it was the intention of,
tlie    government    to    authorize    the'
mayor and council of tlie city of Vic-
TWO   KILLED.
Patrolman
and    Highwayman    Lose
Lives in Street Duel in Seattle.
.   -.   .- ,     Seattle, Feb. .4���In a battle between
toria to carry on  tlie civic business; two  highwaymen  and
until such time as a new election can  st a late ho
be held. 11)avI��-
Tonopah, Neb., Feb. 24.���Fire which
broke out early yesterday in tho
Delmont  mine  is  responsible  for  ten
Two Chinese Rescued From
Derelict Solve Mystery of
Lost French Vessel's Fate.
Victoria, Feb. 23.���According to advices brought by the steamer Chicago
Main, two Chinese, sole survivors of
lt
two  policemen
our yesterday evening, J. T.
i-----,---------------^.^.-,        | --  a patrolman, and an  uni.lentils proposed to Introduce a bill to   fled highwayman were killed.
kail date all actions taken by the couu-;     John Ford, the second highwayman,
,.jl since the last election, which was j was   seriously   wounded   before  being
Intently  declared  illegal, and   to pro-   captured   and   taken   to-'fhe   hospital,
\jde for a commission  to revise the' where he remains under guard.
voters' list for the next civic election, t  ���	
J, 11.    Ilawtborntliwalte,    .Nanaimo,! Young  Man  Badly  Hurt.
Laid he would like to see the govern-j     Vancouver, Fel
taenl r-o a step further and  validate   Covert
(I,,, last election, in order to save the   fo'"' years of age, was found at    the
turmoil and expense of another con-   corner of Pend
lest,   Thla suggestion will be debated   la,e hist  night,
jwhen the bill is introduced. I w'��s rushed to the _
F   I. Mackenzie's  (Delta)  bill    re-!w;is found necessary
Lpecting the restriction of the sale of   ,eft  arm.     It   is  not   known  how   he
by liis injuries, which are   very-
serious.
��� .. .__���  ._.   .��� (. -  ��� -,
or twelve deaths among the men at the French steamer Bin Thuan, form-
werk in the lower levels at the time! erly the Sorgoson, sunk at Hong Kong
of ths outbreak. ��� in the typhoon of    1906,    have   been
Smoke Is still pouring out from tho   found by the French destroyer Mous-
1168 foot level. I . uet, at Tiger island, off
The bodies of a number of men who   ing the
were brushed off the cage in the first
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
+                 Mines Are Closed. ���
��� Cranbrook, B. C, Feb. 24.��� ���
��� As a consequence of a contro- ���
��� versy over the alleged bad ven- ���
��� illation    of    some    mines    at ���
��� Michel, all mines at that place ���
��� were    closed    yesterday.    The ���
��� miners claim there is a preval- ���
��� ence of gas in mines three, four ���
��� and live, and refuse to work in ���
��� them. ���
��� *
SENATE MAY KILL
RECIPROLITY PACl
Indications Are That Amendment is to be Attempted
At Washington.
ARRESTED AS A DESERTER.
Fallen
Man  Posing    as    Friend    of
Woman in Louisville.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 23.���New
Washington, Feb. 23.���A re-solulkw*
calling on the President to submit te>
the senate all the information he liaS
bearing  on   tlie   Canadian   reciprocity
agreement together with the data and
~'-""" ------    ��� ��� tariff board.
senate stud
24.���Albert Archie
a young man about  twenty-
I ascent after the  lire was discovered
j are still at the bottom of the shaft
The totiil number of deaths has not
been  estimated,    as    the    employees
scattered immediately after coming to
^^^^_ - ' the  surface  and  no  count  has  been
er  and   Abbot   streets ^ taken since.    The    victims    probably
severely injured.    He  number between  twentv and twenty-
hospital, where    it. j five.
to amputate hi
She
Ih'ahit-fonning drugs received its sec-,
ond reading.
At the evening session the legisla-1
I lure appointed Mayor Morley and the
iiMermcn elected six weeks ago a
bom mission to carry on the routine;
business of the city. The commission
Irimnot institute new work or Intro-
luce money by-laws.
The house did not adjourn until
jhvo o'clock this morning, most of the
��� ime bein. occupied with a discussion
If amendments to the Coal Mines act,'
t,hirh were introduced by the Socialist
.embers, Ha w thorn th wai te and Par-'
Eer   Williams.    Only    one   of
mi ailments was accepted.
The bill providing for the protection
jjf wives deserted   hy  their  husbands
.as given Its second reading.
Parker Williams moved the second
leading of the bill to compel the bl-
louthly payment oi wages by all
largi orporatlons, but on the motion
bf Hayward i Alberni) this was held
over.
TAFT SURPRISED TO LEARN
HE FAVORS DISARMAMENT
President's     Advocacy     of     Arbitral
Courts Endorsed by Hungarians���
Sentiments  Are  Twisted.
Annum, solv-
mystery of the vessel's fate,
was burned at sea, on a voyage
from f'aiphong to Touraine, with L6,-
000 cases of kerosene, and the crew
of forty-two men were lost with the
exception of the Chinese found on
Ti. er island.
'Hie steamer left Haiphong early in
January and -rhzz l;rj overdue tlie
Mousquet went in search with the result that the two survivors were found.
They said there had been an explosion and tlie steamer took fire, burning all night.
The lifeboats were burned and only-
three Chinese got away from the ves-
j.uuiamie, ivy., reo. a.���iNew trou- agreement togetner wttb the an
bles face J. Paul Daley, who posed as statistics gathered by the tariff
lifter  of fallen  women  and  came to was offered today in tlie scna
Louisville to clean up the tenderloin, adopted,
and was later arrested on a charge of      This move indicates tb
disorderly conduct. A letter came from lned effort will be made
the navy department  at Washington, of the senate to amend
D.C, today, asking the police to arrest bill to carry out tlie prov
and hold Daley as a deserter. Canadian  reciprocity  airi
The
as a deserter,
communication    relates
Verdict of Accidental Death.
Vancouver,  Feb. 24.���The jury empanelled   yesterday   to   ascertain  the
cause of tbe death of Edward T. Pol-
lok, killed on Wednesday evening sel ,n a Smaii sampan. Tbey say she
while crossing between C. P. U. cars sank soon after they left. They had
to reach the North Vancouver ferry no oars or provisions and one died of
landing, returned a verdict of acci- exposure, the others finally being
dental death. | picked up and landed at Tiger island.
' Thev were seven days in the direlict
This move indicates that a delemt
on Uie floor
the MtCrfl
^^^^^^^^^^^^_ r_-.isiona of MLip
Canadian reciprocity agreement awd
that that the movement will receive ibe*
Daley deserted from the marine ser- support of a considerable number <fi
vice January IT, BIOS, at Mare Island, Hepublicans both regular and insrar-
Californla. ; gent.
The resolution by Senator Cummins
I receives the practical approval of ��rv-
Four   eral old guard  senators and Senator
persons are dead and one is dying to-   Hale, who said  he was in sympathy
dav as the result of drinking    wood   with the  idea  in  that  it   might J��srf
��� -    ^^^^^        ^^^ to entirely    new    negotiations
Alcohol  Kills Four.
Monticello, N.  V���    Feb.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ���    wood
alcohol by mistake yesterday at Hor- 	
ton, Sullivan county.   The poison was  Canada,
used  as a  beverage at a  family  re
union.
w-itU
EDMONTON  TROUBLED
WITH  CIVIC  MYSTERV
sampan without food.
Edmonton. Feh. 23.���After some
months of what his opponents call
dictatorial methods and the dismissal
SIR WILLIAM IM IS
VISITING B. C. COAST
their
Washington,   Feb
d.   23.���-The   inhabi-  the mayor and council passed
tants of the  While house
mysiified over th 	
mittee on foreign affairs of the Hun-  as to bis reasons for tlie recent
garian
are a little
action of the com-
IIP V.H WINKLE CAST
IS GETTING INTO SHAPE
 | busy
day yesterday questioning Public
1'tilities Commissioner A. V. Bouillon
 _ ^^^^^^ he-
parliament, which, according heading of the two superintendents. A
to newspaper despatches, has unanl- regular session of the city council fol-
moiisly -'adopted a resolution in favor lowed, and Mr. Bouillon was officially
Ot President Taft's disarmament pro- beheaded. lie rei used to answer any
posal." The president is of the opin-1questions. He termed the whole pro-
ion that his remarks at the banquet Ol ceedings "Star chamber work."
the American Society for the Judicial He was dismissed as he dismissed
Settlement of international Disputes the superintendents. No public rea-
may be referred to. In tbat address son given The city solicitor claims
lie said: tlie city council's action is Illegal.
' To say that one is in favor of peace Two aldermen. Hyndman and McKin-
is not much more startling than to say ley, have resigned and much public
�����-���--- '���- '- favor of honesty, in fa-   discussion   is   afoot.     Meetings     are
tbat the entire
Ex-Mayoress Dead.
At a quarter past two this afternoon
the  remains of the late  Mrs. W.  B, I
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Townsend   will   leave  the  parlors of 1
by him ol the two superintendents of  w. E. Fales for Holy Trinity cathedral!
the  power plant  and   street railway,  where the  Kev.
Amateur   Thespians    Will    Be    Well
Drilled by Monday, When Curtain
Rises on Production.
1 that  one is in
vor of virtue, in favor of good, and opposed to evil. That from which tlie
world can derive the most benefit is a
( practical suggestion leading to a moro
permanent peace. Many have thought
tbat this could be brought about by an
agreement among the powers to disarm, and some thought of B convention by which tlie race to bandruptcy
in the maintenance of great armies
and the construction of great navies
might cease and a gradual disarmament follow. Further events may justify some different conclusion, but
movements in the past along this line
lime not been fruitful of practical results. Bankruptcy and the burdensome weight of debt  involved in con-!
��� '  J,  Edwards,  who will  take the
tami pari In the production of    Rip
Van Winkle at the opera house on
Honda; evening, has been working
jiard for the past several days to get
supporting company in shape. Ac-
lording to those competent to know
bid Judge, the production bids fair to
{o well wi nh witnessing, even apart
rom the local interest attached. j
Here is the complete cast:
hip Van Winkle  ,.,...C. J. Edwards
Pmohen (hll wife)   ..Mrs. fir." Tones'
���WiiiC (their daughter)  ..Miss Lewis
'wrick Vun Beekman ... .H. P. Keary
'flckles ibis nephew) Harry Tidy   ,,���������, tv,.... *. - ��� .--
einrick Miss Noel Armstrong  code of international equity which na
einrick (twenty vears later)   ....    Itions  will   recognize  as   affording  a
    ... Fred Filgiano  better  method   for   settling   internu-
fleen'.e (Act 1) Miss 11. Henderson   tional   controversies  than   war.     We
called  and  it   may  bt
council will resign.
Flavor is added to tbe situation by
tlie fact that inside of six weeks six
heads of departments have resigned.
Some of tliem say they retired because of Bouillon and his "bossy
ways" and some of them say they
dropped out because ,of "bossy aldermen."    It is, so far, a civic mystery.
NARROW MAJORITY SAVES
IMPEACHMENT OF MINISTRY
     Canon  d'Easum  will
conduct the first portion of the funeral
services, and at which he will be assisted by the Rev. Mr. Chadwick. of
St. Paul's church, Vancouver, where Dyne,
the deceased lady worshipped during
her residence in that city.
Mrs. Townsend was many years a
well known figure in this city, as her
husband, who died as the result of an
accident some four years ago. had
occupied the high position of mayor
no fewer than three terms. The
couple bad during tlieir twenty years
residence in Westminster seen the city
grow from obscurity, and when they
'.it heie tq locate in Rowland many
changes had heen effected. After a
lengthy stay in Rossland, the ex-
mayor was transferred to Nelson, and
there it was that he met his untimely
end, being killed by a train. Since
then Mrs. Townsend had lived with
her son-in-law in Vancouver.
Her daughter. Mrs. Turner, and a
son, H. 13. Townsend, who Is a public
official in Rossland. are the sole surviving members of the family.
Former Premier of Australia Left the
Antipodes on Verge of Nervous
Breakdown���At Vancouver.
Tbe Cummins resolution specifically
called for the tariff board's data <ta
pulp wood and paper, wool, whether
raw or manufactured: woollen thread.
cloth and clothing; cotton thread.
cloth and clothing; carpets, boots *���&
shoes, pig iron, steel, coal, wheat .
Hour and timher. Later agricultural
implements were included at the sug
gestlon of Senator Dixon.
Attention was called to the tart
that Senator Cummins' resolution did
I not set forth all the articles specific
I ally mentioned in the- agreetn.��ni..
I while some of tbe articles mentioned
j in tbe resolution did not come within
I the terms of the agreement.
I Mr. Cummins said he
William   that    he    had    included
Yancouver,   Feb.   23.���Sti ._ .__          -..���
ex-premier    of    the  Common-   articles which the farme
wealth of Australia and stlli membe
of the Australian federal house, is in
Vancouver  today.    Sir  William   Dyne
is and lias been for the past thirty or
forty  years one of the most prominent   men  in  Australia  and  has  been
very  closely  connected  with all    the
leading issues oi the Antipodes during
that period,   ile is at present member
for  tbe  constituency   of  Hume,   New
South Wales, which hc bas represented for nearly thirty years. B
Sir William Lyne's \ isit to Vancou-1
ver is entirely one connected with his
health.    For some years past he has   Verdict of the
heen in failing health and his present
trip has been taken on the advice of
on which no reduction of duty-
was awjar<?-
a numlw <_f
r has lo buy
 ~ Is *,*ru-
posed. He said be intended to tMsv
amendments covering the things bb��
tioned. so that if there is to be a Brm
list with Canada it shall Include arty
cles the farmer buys as well as :t*-t -
cles he raises.
EASTERN CITIES, FOR ONCF,
SHOWED THEATRICAL SENSE
his medical advisers.    He will  likely j
Effete East on "Sever*
Days" Is Endorsed by Western
Playgoers.
*****************m
New Vork, so says the advance
tinned  armament  may  bring ahout a| ""*"'
change  In   the  present   national   ten-  Rioting  Barely Averted When Japan
dencles.    MrauMmo, however,   ]   am
i    --��������.-*���      t ������-  r **.    .     ,   - .,n, ,    ese Authorities Order Public from
strongly convinced ..iat the best melll'    .*
od   ultimately   securing   disarmament |                            f Natioha, Diet.     -
is the establishment of   an   interna-:
tional court and the development of ij 	
return to Australia by the steamship
Zealandia, sailing on Friday.   p
When seen this morning Sir William
refused to give out anything for publication, stating ns his reason tbat lie   lauShed   for   two  years   over  "Serai
was acting on the advice of his doc-  Days," Chicago    hawbawed    for   siv
  ) tors   who  had  ordered   him  to   seek   months and staid old Boston relaxed
.. .......     ...  rest of the most absolute order and to  :���.��� _ _���,,,��� �����.   ��� .������,���,.     ...
ALASKAN LUMBER TRADE SS�� SnrpStT- sre^K?',M ",*n -
  His brief holiday is the result of thej     "Seven Days" is foolish, bnt It's   a
_ very near approach of a serious nerv-  foolishness that amuses without    an-
1 ous breakdown. f necessary horseplay being dragged to
"Very few know that I have left as a mirth extractor. A good size*.
Australia," said Sir William this and intelligent audience witnessed tbse
morning. "1 am in very poor health performance at the opera house last
and sooner than be troubled with night. The production is one that so-
meeting any of the public men at any  peals to a large percentage of   tbss
  |^��sMS_S_S_s_sjs_s_s_______s_sss_sm      I of the cities at which I have called, I   theatregoers,  and the    majorttv
Tokyo, Feb.    2.1.���Impeachment    of1     Portland  Ore., Feb. 23.���To save the  have stayed at the quietest hotels and  rules, the   "Seven   Days"   attracti��*
the  Katsura  ministry ln    the    lower  immense  forests  of  Alaska  for    the  liave simP'y corae and fne^ without  must be voted good,
house  of the  national  diet  was  pre-  u8e of the   people, the   United States  ��">' one belnS ""^ thf w'8er-..       ..    I     T1,e actin& of the principals (there
vented here today only by the narrow-  government  will  go  into the  timber!    One     request   made   by   the   dis-  were more principals  than suborlto-
-    -      _._,,_...,���  .    A,��� ,��� ���,   A   ,���������,������   tinguished  visitor was  that no men-  ate parts) was good, just the right degree of exaggeration being introduced
(I.S. GOVERNMENT ENTERS
Development of    Northern    Country's
Timber Resources to Be Looked
After by Authorities.
HMi...S^7~Sra
leinrick Hudson     M. Turner   Of course,  the awful results of war, and anarchy in Japan bj unaue seie^u. e.is, wuo.��_uj ,
Watson'have arbitration  we  shall  nave  war.��� greatly   to   tne   giowiu   ul   =��..   . ..^ ���,....    ...    ...
Vlll       '" i��n    M, Turner   Of course,  the awful results of warrand anarchy in Japan by undue sever- forests, who is in Portland today on
'H'*. ghosts, imps and chorus,   with    its    modern    armaments    and  |tv, the Katsura cabinet saved ftself]"government business,
'���mi'img,   Martin, J.   Martin,  frightful cost of life and treasure have   fl.om  censure only  by  a  last-minute'    Langille predicted that the develop-
(- peann;   Messrs.    Shannon,| made nations more chary of resort to combination with the Selyukai party,'ment of the northern territory's tim-
the sword than ever befoie; and the  Un:s gecuring a bare majority. ! ber resources, under government su-
present, therefore, hecause of this, PuWlc i���lerest in the charges pervision, would mean posslblv more
would seem to be an excellent time aga|nst the Katsura government has to Alaska in a few vears than mining.
for pressing the substitution of courts  ))een intense, following the execution |    "Alaska     contains      approximately
for force." I of Denjiro   Kotoku   and   his   fellow  66,000,000,000 feet of    timber,"    said
mav *Fi i ~ | Socialists,  and tbe lower house was   Langille, "an^J it belongs to the gov-
TRUST may sell ���'Jammed today when Nationalist Lead-  ernment   None of it is privately own-
____.    ,u   w er Inukals arose to attack the cabinet.  ed,    Most  of the forests arc in    the
~ Fearful of a popular    demonstration, southeastern part of the territory.    It
San V ranclsco,    heb.    .I?.���Whether  ]loweveri t|,e government ordered the  is now the government's policv to go
re  at  seven  o'clock  the   l'nited   States   government    will  hollse cleared during the debate, and  into the timber    business,   supplying
purchase the plant of the Onion Iron  only ,he members heard Inukals flay  timber at reasonable rates for the de-
  owned    by; Katsura and his    associates.    For    a  velopment of the country.   Much tim-
(lisses
priscolj	
inner, \V. Keary and Brown.
NOW   RIDING   IN   STATE.
Industrial Workers Adopted by a The
atrical  Company.
auilr
jtrone
j\v< rid
Bn Hi,.
TWO OLD BANKS
COMPLETE MERGER
-,   Cal.,   Feb.   23.���Eighty
the Industrial Workers of the
nn longer tramping, but riding
special car of a theatrical com-
P'il��*.  arrived  het
^i_i_i_i_^^^i^H''    ~~
i  ��� ile tiding actress of the company  works '"^an^trancisco
prranged Buppw fot   ""
to make ordinary scenes ludicrous,-.
The trouble all happened bccasiHe���;*
crowd ls quarantined in a private rcsi-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     dence, all tbe servants having escaped.
i   I The usual stage matrimonial tangles.
I     New  York,  Feb.  23���Two of    tlie   i0ve   affairs,   and   the   inevitable   f��-
! oldest   banks   in   New   York ��� the  male busybody, are all included in tfce
I Phoenix   National  and   the  Chatham  reason why.
' National���have   completed   a merger) 	
and tomorrow will begin a new   and   DAUGHTER'S EXAMPLE
1 Joint career as the Phoenix and Chat-1 GOOD FOR MOTMEPf
ham National bank ln the quarters of 	
the Chatham at Broadway and John London, Feb. 23.���Canon WeMu
streets. The Phoenix had a career of vicar of Wakefield, late of Toronto.
ninety-nine years. J. Pierpont Mor- writes the Standard: "I am given to
gan was a charter member of its dlrec- understand that in certain quarters **
torv when it became a national bank,  this country the impression is given
���n samiTl��srMT^!ffiT ^-35g3?j%_! FFF^L^^^
 .-     -   ���..    ,       as    o���i,���..,h    .P��ted   largely   ttm��� it  looked as though  the people  tier is Deing som mis year, pnuuiynuj , glxtv.one years
��r for   them   all   at a Charles   M.   ^    tli t^n '       u       wl Ita Tut ther wen to be aud In connffllon ��lllt lUe ��l-,  1MJ	
 jr._s.svss ����5a? ."""*" s& ss ssagrggg a ***** *****������        i  *->*���
Knights of Pythias hall. ' visited here he said that the govern-,	
,.        Pilgrims show   the   effects of  ment needed the POp��frtor�� ship
Uielr trip  through  the snow of    *-    ' - ��"H  mmnletin* station, anl
torv wnen ii. ukoiuc ����� i<��......... ~-    ,.,,,��� ,.���..���..,,   	
The Chatham had done business for  that it is a matter of frequent oot-ar-
The
Imoaiitiiin
is of Siskiyou.
D    in      iuvuv    .��^,v��..~���    w..w    w        ,
the   building and completing station,
it was believed here that the secretary
would ask congress to authorize an ap-j
proprlation for its  purchase.
News that $1,000,000 had been offer- j
^_^_^^^^^^^ direct    from |
a  Schwab, wbo conveyed the    Informa-'
Against Reciprocity.
Winnipeg,   Feb. 24.���The   Manitoba              ..
legislature yesterday,   by   a straight ed for the plant came
Fty vote of 2B to 18,    defeated    a Schwab, who conveyed
[���solution introduced by T. C. Norris, tion to San Eranciseians intetested in
Bender of the    opposition,    approving harbor improvement.
Bubonic Plague May Be Spread
, By Letters Sent to Chinese
FRENCH MINISTER DIES.
rence for Canadians to go across tti*��
border line into the United Stats* *r��
procure divorces which cannot wswflUy.-
be obtained in their own country .Mav
1 be allowed to say on the atrsngtib nt
fourteen years' residence fn the Dominion tbat I believe such an lmpr��R-
w holly    without    foundation.
reciprocity pnet, and passed    an
IB        
amendment   thereto   advocating   im-
preference and free trade with-
tt '.. empire, fi
tiii' ConBervath..  ��� ..._   	
RDlhem. following this"with cheers.
PLAYWRIGHT'S BROTHER IS
HURT IN THEATRE RIOT
empire, At the close of the vote
es sang the    national
From the stricken districts in China,
where the dread bubonic plague is
slaying its thousands, letters are almost daily being received in Canada,
Westminster
General Brun Drops Dead While Talking to Assistant.
Paris   Feb. 23.-General Brim, min- 	
General Brim    was stricken a few  persons either of whom    have   l****
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write are sent broadcast, to the four |     Uenerai tmm    was ��uiu��, .. *-������   FV.Buui> v.....~.   - ���   	
corners of the earth, and they receive  moments after he had received    the  divorced, if the former partner is stiTl
no such scrutiny,   ln   them,   in   the  members of the staff  in his private  living.    It would be well, in lend ��� W
stamps, in the seals, may lurk   the office. ; the mother land were to fofTow *��
ng receiveu m v.annua,  Rerms of this deadly    scourge,   that      Brun died of embollshment of   the  example of the daughter In thia mat.-
 ��� i     - ncluded, and danger of may scatter death and misery in   its  heart while he was sitting at his desk  ter.
Paris, Feb. 24���Stormy scenes occui-1 contagion is feared. trail, to untold thousands beyond the  conferring with his chief assistant.   A, ���	
red this afternoon    at the    Comedie j    In this city there are, according to realm of tbe Chinese empire. | slight attack of la grippe hastened his C. P. R. GETS IT.
Francaise, at. the second performance  police estimates, about 1000 Chinese.      Packages of Chinese   goods, which  end. |   	
of "Apres Moi," by Henry Bernstein,1 At this time of the year every one of are daily received here, are another;    Premier Briand announced the deat'ft  Wabash   Railway,   Betwemn CKtOaqe"
The Thief."    Rowdy cleri-  them receives from friends and rela- medium by which the plague could be of the war minister in the chamber. and Detroit, to Be AbsartaA.'
*****���*���m'..       ,_ .u., ��i,.��� i������.   mo��mDoroa nf an.anri i of deputies. I    Montreal, Feb. 24.���It was atttwmrv-
Chinese���whose    proud
Selling Chineae Girls, _ ,,,������ ..���   	
, _, 'kin, Feb. 23.���Relief   authorities author of '''[^nL'^hnT���/ taken lives In their native land messages of spread
Nny estimate   that   over   a   million callst ��W��0M.��3��^ Eood   will,  the  Chinese   New   Year's But    the
�����rts have been sold In the famine dis- exception to the Production^a play good   win,
 ^^^^^^___   . ���,.��. tine     ^m^^^^^^^^^m boast is that their   civilization    nnd
of China.    Slave dealers from  by a Jew against whom   they    have  greeting              (rave���er8 moving in learning dates back hundreds of een
"" Prosperous districts have flocked ^J>���^_!��g*!*^^*f_ *��'}Z          	
I trius
in
wLmm
mi
Every Inhabitant of Village Dead       ,_ _
St. Petersburg, Feb. 23.���A telegram  Chicago and Detroit
ed unofficially    yesterday    afternoonr
that the Wabash    railway,    btttabWN
would   shortly
,  ,    -one of privation and have car- In different parts o    he house    and anj qut aMge pmg   t        ^^            -scornfully laugh  at the bare scription ^^u^Sj.uSSi 22�������. big -yt��.              m        ,
"���' ���� a tremendous traffic, as few of kept up InoMMSt in,ne";,ptl""��ns���.y9 ������ t* show that they are free from possibility of their contracting a dis- tbe.e   in^wmch   ����'                             ^ Wabagh wag ^ OT,y ���nS: ^
" sufftrm have the fortitude to re- resisted   ejection     and     �����ei" * gj, dlgease.   If they are not free, thev ease that is thousands of   miles   re-     as dead rrom pmgue                                     comnlete the C. P. H. dirwn Wm
;;��� food In exchange for their daugh- brother received ���   black eye In   the ��w>�����                aetachmenta of sol- moved from their present   place   of lav in, rte open               were                                  ^ ^ ^.^
'PK.;    Most of the girls sold are mere altercation.     Kighteen     of   tne   ois ca                           But the letters they abede. vi ith snow.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 24
1911
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KELLINGTON & HENDRY
(A) TWO LOTS on Hamilton street,
near Eighth, fruit trees and stable.
$1650,    Terms.
WANTED���FURNISHED ROOM FOR (B) TWELVE LOT8 in -est end.
young man; must be close in. Box | $500 each, one-third cash, balance
lii Daily News office.
six and twelve months.
YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES SlTl'A-
tion as general servant. Apply It.,
P, 0. Box 29, City,	
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply mornings, Mrs. Birrell, 115
Royal avenue.  ^^
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
bouse, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
; (C) FIVE LOTS on Sixteenth street
and Seventh avenue. $3700. Terms
one-third cash, balance six and
twelve mont lis.
; (D)  GOOD modern six roomed
house,
large lot, on  Fourth    avenue
near
Sixth    street.    $3500.    $000
cash,
balance over two years.
NO OPPORTUNIIY
13 MISSED 10 GET
GOOD NEWCOMERS
Explanation Before
Committee.
WANTEW���AT THE WALSH SASH
and Door factory, shingle sawyers
Apply at ence.  ^^
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
ents who wish to purchase live or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance 011
easy terms, Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Dank block. Telephone 680.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
I (E) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
having  200  feet  frontage  on  Fifth
I street and 165 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cnsh,
balance over live    years   at 7 per
cent.
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KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown   Bank   Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  680. New  Westminster
Ottawa. Feb. 18.���Before the com.
mil tee on agriculture and colonization
of the commons, yesterday afternoon, W. D. Scott, superintendent of
immigration, made an important statement as to the work of his departmenl
during the last few years. Mr. Scott
said:
consequently, the numbers coming are
likely to come from those countries
are correspondingly diminished, There
is jusi one other order-iii-council
wllich is restrictive in its tendency.
namely, P, C. 024, wbicli provides that
immigrants must have from March l
to October 31 the sum of $25 per adult
and $12.50 per child in tlieir possession al time of landing, unless going
to employment at farm work, or, in
case of females, to domestic service,
VV   D   Sfoft Mate's T.pnp-fhuill1' "ninK to join certain specified rela-
vv. li. ololl jyidites Jjengcnyi^jvea able and wllllng t0 care tor ,lu,nl)
the amounts specified being doubled
for the period between November 1
and .March 1. lt was fell by the government that persons going to city
employment, where they would be
without near relatives, would really
require Ihat amount to keep them independent until their first wages were
due. 1 may just here point out that
the result of this regulation bas beea
to greatly diminish the amount necessary to be expended on the care of Indigent Immigrants; for instance, ia
1907-08 there was spent through the
Winnipeg   office   $23,000   for    looking
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 02 Hastings street east.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
TO RENT ��� ROOMS, MODERATE
rent, suitahle for couple or two
gentlemen. No children. Apply at
428 Eleventh street, or J. Gray's!
jewelry store.  :
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED HOUSE]
on Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Price $1000, 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 Bell-
Ingle's stable; for quick sale, $120.
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Edmonds water system���streets be-|
in. opened. Each lot 66 by 212 or!
over, with frontage on two streets.!
Al soil. $450 and $462.50; one-:iuar-,
ter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months, lf you want one
come today. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds. t
FOR SALE��� BURNABY. BEAUTI-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
N'ew Westminster, tit half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
110S Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365. or 013 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Telephone 087. |
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT I
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat!
scow bouse, in very good condition,]
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front;
street, City.
LULU ISLAND���Beautiful home on
city boundary, main road and near
car line, up-to-date seven roomed
house, modern plumbing and heating; barn, etc., on tive acre lot. J
Price $8500; one-third cash. Adjoining five acre lots selling from $1000
per acre up.
CITY���West end lots between Sixteenth and Eighteenth street, 50x132
feet; $450 up.
SAPPERTON���Lots close to Richmond street beautifully situated and
partly cleared; $325 each.
CITY���Cosy home off Second street,
modern house on 50x100 foot lot,
level and cleared; $1850; $400 cash.
PORT KELLS ���Chicken and fruit
ranch of 8% acres, as a going concern; seven acres cleared and cultivated, laid out with 200 hearing fruit
trees; seven roomed house, barn,
green house, etc.;  $4200; terms.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
As I have not appeared before tMs!after newcomers before they could be
committee  since  1908,    I    consider   it   permanently settled, whereas, 111 1901I-
wise to enter into a brief review of the1 10-  llu> amount   spent   for   the   same
policy  and   work  of  the   department! Purpose  was only  $9000,
with which 1 am connected, giving an A   Good   Proof,
opportunity to members, after I have Likewise throughout the whole l>o-
linished this review, to question me minion reports of hardship amongst
upon any points wliich I have omitted,! newly arrived immigrants lune prao-
or upon which they require elabora-1 tlcally disappeared since the Inauguration.
The policy of the department at the
present time is to encourage the immigration of farmers, farm laborers,
and female domestic servants from
the   United   States,  the   British  Isles,
tlon of the money requirement regula
tion. Of course I do not claim it is by
any means an Infallible test, but still,
^���aerally speaking, the tact that an
immigrant has money in his possession at time of landing may be accept-
and certain Northern European coun-led as proof thai be has been thrifty
tries, namely, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark,
Norway, Sweden and Iceland.
and industrious. While it is admitted
by all who come directly in contact
with the thousands who yearly arrive
On the other hand it is the policy of in the country that a marked Improve-
the department to do all in its power men! in the class of Immigrants was
to keep out of the country undesira- noticeable   almost   immediately   after
bles  which, for the  purposes of this the going into force of the restrictive
review, I will divide into three regulations; this is not the only point
classes:                                                           | upon which the country may congratu-
1.    Those    physically,    mentally   or late itself,  for  while  the quality  has
morally, unfit, whose exclusion was
provided for by act of parliament last
session,
Improved the quantltj  has Increased.
The only reason I can give for this i.-<
that   many   held   back   from   going   to
2. Tliose belonging to nationalities Canada when they thought tbere was
unlikely to assimilate and who, con- an open door through which all and
sequently, prevent the building up of sundry might enter who are now eager
a united nation of people of similar to take up their home in the Dominion
customs and ideals. | when satisfied thai due care is being
'*',. Those who from tlieir mode of exercised in the admission of new set-
life and occupations are likely to tiers. So much for the policy. With
crowd into urban centers and br flag regard to the administration of that
I bout a state of congestion which policy. I can only say that at all limes
night result in unemployment and a the departmenl has endeavored to be
lowering of tbe standard of our national life.
The   Asiatics.
While neither the law  nor the or
as just and humane as possible, bear
lng in mind, however, that its duty is
to Camula and to Canada only, and
that while every applicant for admis-
A FEW GOOD BUYS
LULU ISLAND waterfrontage on main
channel within city limits. 35o feet
at $30 per foot.
ders-ln-council passed thereunder abeo- sion who is likely to be an acquisition
lutely prohibit the landing in Canada to the Country shall he admitted if the
of persons belonging to the second law will permit it; on the oilier hand,
and third classes mentioned, still their every person who is likely to be a de-
entry lias heen made extremely tlift"i- trimenl   to  the country  must    be  re-
. cult by the passing or orders-in-coun- jected If the law will allow it.
I cil Nos. 020, !)18 and 020, which   pro-! ,n   0ld   Country.
vide in brief that all persons of Asiatic
origin must have in their possession.
liaving dealt thus far with the general  immigration  policy,  1   will   now
nnd in tlieir own right at time of land-   consider   the   work   in   countries   out
ing, the sum of $2011 each in cash;
that all immigrants coming from countries issuing passports or penal   cer-
side of ("ana la. In Great Britain and
Ireland the immigration propaganda
is carried on by advertisements in the
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S GOLD WATCH,- EN-
graved with owner's name in full.
Please return to Mrs. Thornber,
post office building, and receive re-
war:!.
LOST ���LARGE WHITE ENGLISH
setter dog, black patch over eye;
answers mme of Zeno. Anyone
found harboring same after tbis notice will 1 e prosecuted. F'inder
please return dog to A. E. Kellington, Northern Crown Bank.
1 TWO CLEARED LOTS on north side
of Dublin street, between Eight li
and Tenth stieets, for $050 each.
TWO LAnGE LOTS on Archer street,
Sapperton, for $275 each. Name
vour own terms.
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1 FOUR ROOMED COTTAGE on Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth on full
sized lot, for $1000. $400 will handle
this, the balance arranged.
! SIX ROOMED HOUSE with basement, chicken house and fruit, on
Seventh avenue and Eighteenth
street near B. C. E. R. cut-off. Price
I     $1000.    Cash $500, balance easy.
tlficates shall  be required to produce   newspapers, particular use being mad ���
[either or both at time of arrival, and I of  agricultural   journals   and    papers
i that all immigrants must  come direct   circulating wholly or largely in tlie ag-
! from the country of their birth or citi-| licultural districts, very little expenso
I zensbip on tickets purchased in that   being incurred with-papers whose eir-
country or prepaid in Canada.    None 'dilation is largely urban.    Tbe adver-
I of these orders-in-council in any way; Using in newspapers is of two classes
I interfere with the entry into Canada |���regular      display      advertisement.;.
1 of desirable citizens or subjects of the j wliich  Canada offers, and  giving the
countries from which I have   already, address  of  the   nearest    government
'mentioned  emigration  is  encouarged, I office where full  information  can be
but. they do put many obstacles in the   obtained  regarding the  country;   and
way of immigrants    from   Asia   and   accounts of trips throughout the conn-
Southern   and   Eastern   Europe,   and,   try by journalists of note, the Inser
tion of such being arranged for by the
department, sometimes at a regular 1
advertising rate, or sometimes in return for advertising which has been'
given (o those journals, lu practically no case does the department advertise in a newspaper wbicli refuses,
when requested, to publish a reasonable amount of good reading regarding
ibis country. At the present time in
the Hritish Isles the departmenl is advertising in 550 papers, lu the llril-
ish isles a method of advertisement
wliich has been very satisfactory has
been the exhibit wagons of which
there are two, ono working in the
north of Scotland, and the other
throughout Ireland, and two motors,
wliich travel throughout rural England
from the middle of March until tho
end of October, These cars contain
samples of Canadian grains, etc., and
the parties in charge  stop wherever
a crowd can most lonvetiitenly be collected, lecture on Ihe country, and dis
seminate Information generally. These
cars are present  at   as  many  markets
and fairs as possible, regular exhibits
also being made at many of the fairs.   I
Lots    of    Interest.
The sending of farm delegates   to
the British Isles is still pursued the'
same as in past years. Those of the
farm delegates well fitted for public
speaking lecture about tive nights a
week in halls which are arranged for
and at meetings which are advertised
by the booking agents in the locality
where the ineeting is to he held. In
almost all cases the buildings are filled   to  capacity,  and   as  a   rule,  magic
lanterns showing colored views of Canadian farming life are used in et*
plainliig tin1 work wbicli Immigrants
may ex] eel to iind upon their arrival.
All those engaged in lecture work are
carefully warned to keep well within
the bounds of truth, and 10 arrange for
as uoi oi a report in tlie local press as
it is possible tO obtain. In this way
the lecturer reaches, not only the audience who are present al ibe merlin:',
but also the reading public of the 1 a-
pers in wiiich the reporl is inserted
Very often tbe chair al the meeting
is occupied by the mayor or other municipal officer, and in oilier cases, by
clergymen or others Interested In emi-
gratiop  work.    Al  the conclusion of
the meetings, il is usual to Invite inquiries, and any points upon wliich the
audience may be In doubt are then
thoroughly explained, others of the
farm delegates are advertised by the
hooking agents as being present in
their offices to ci\e their personal cv
l eriences of farming in Canada, and In
the majority of cases, a large number
of enquirers call to learn of Canada
from the lips of one who has had practical  and  personal experience.
The regular offices of tho department which carry on tlie work
throughout the year by the supervision
of the advertising, lecturing, exhibits.
etc., are nine in number in the Biitish!
Isles,   locate!    at    London.    Liverpool,'
Exeter, York. Birmingham Aberdeen,
Glasgow, Belfast  and  Dublin.
Want No Failures.
The general work ut all these ofiice. is twofold iu character, first, to
encourage all desirable persons to emigrate to Canada, nnd secondly, to dis
Courage the emi. ration of those who.
for any reason, are likely to. prow
failures Of these reasons lack of
adaptability is one of the most common, at the same time one of the most
serious and also one of the most easily
perceivable  to one  used  to   dealing
with  emigrants. 1
In the Hritish Isles it is customary
for hooking agents, who come in eon-
tact with persons about whose success tbey have doubts, to refer tho
party to the nearest government office where hls case is considered without prejudice and advice given which
Two and
on Operating y^
Specialist Could Not R��^
GIN PILLr^SSEDlT
"DuringAugust lar^'S��;&
treal to consult a specia .       y0JW
suiTeruH; terribly with euit^
Jo;: St:! i:;,:. 7**��*���,
l.ard to crush, t TtZtZX^**
was recommended by a fri, ,'!llc a,"i
GUN PILLS. ' uj to trj
They relieve! the pain 1 *, ,
boxes and went back 1.,'tl,, ��� !wo
He said the stone was Cii��t.
could not remove it althougith.*^
for two hours ami a i,df ' tntli
home andcontlnued to take GINurn?*
and to my great surprise aa,rJft
passed the stoue, Wi I
GIN PILLS are the bestm_4i_ ,
tl.e world and became o��$?k
much good, I will recommend fend
the rest of my life", m a'>
50cabox.-6forfe.50   atalffi
ami  money back   [f  ftey faj] , m���''
relief.  Sample box free, Nation��lff
andCheniicalCo.,Dept B.C., Wto8
Is considered in the   1     .,.���.., ....
< anada and the pro ,,���.., em|   ���
booking agent 1  In .,   J��
this Phase ol the work ,. ���,vim ,'
ant, and  when  |t |       ,   ,,,,.���.,,   ' "
booking agenl   uffi     . pe, .,���,,,.,.,'
"'""' *'"'''>'  l"    :' emigrant*:
couraged from emlgrath
fair to tbem to Baj  thai they
credit for the manner In whlcl tin
carry tin  their wot K
There are, howe ��� ,.��� . ffhow
more interested in looking after _ar
own  interests rathi ��� . thi lnt_
ests of their custom, re 01 ol this con.
try, It is Impoi elhli however, in
them to cany on tl
to the regulation
for any length of time without cumins
into conflict with tin irtment,_
the steamship , om; anli . :,
a willingness to withdraw
for such  as  pci.s-   1: ,   ,....,.
lion or giving ml .
the best   inn 1. p|e lM1.
sidering emigratl
the  past   lev.   ���., te a 1    ���
have been forced 1
account  ot  1 In ii   infi .   di allngs, ail
even al the presenl time the ���*���.������������ I
a tew whose actiot    '        een . :���
fill are undei   In  ���        ition
Extra Advantages.
Inasmuch as abot : aid 10 boofc I
ing agents Belling ticket   to farmea
farm   laborers, and  fern  ���  d     . i
servants, each one ot these booMM
agents is looked   ipon ]     ticallyna
an agent of the dei a    ��� ��� nl and they
are supplied with literature by tbeM
partmenl foi dlsti II 11 lon among tt. i:
prospective    customet       Tin       I
method is followed bj   Vustralla,XetJ
Zealand  and  othi r 1 olonies -������.::; |
immigrants.   bul        far Canada hu
been able. h;. II   -   , ���  lot   lass "Iliterature and the extt     <> antagee wMU
the country offers, to hold the
of practically all the
person   desirous  of  leaving tli? oH
country and going to a booking��al
for advice is mui b more likely to be
directed to Canada I toe ^s
colonies.
The bonus paid at the j-resent time
is   El per head on adults nnd lOd*
lings on those between one ai
teen  years of the occupations
lied.    For the calendar year 1909 %\*
nus was paid upon 1063 men, M��i��
(Continued on Page Three 1
FOUND.
FOUND���BROWN TERRIER WITH
chain attached. Owner can have
same by paying expenses. Apply
706 Columbia street, city.
f\ CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Dally
11:30 p. m  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 Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Two trips per month, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a.m Kver 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, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
1 ��� IN ���
( THE DAILY NEWS.
MODERN   SEVEN   ROOMED   HOUSE
with thoroughly improved grounds
on St. George street. $4200. Cash
.1000.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
P. PEEBLES
FOR SALE���Seven roomed house,
modern, lot 66x132, twelve splendid
fruit trees. Price $3500; $1000 cash,
balance one, two, three and four
years at 7 per cent.
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.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
House Furnishing
Specials for Week-End Shoppers
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tfflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   _���
any part ol tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Q. Gardiner)
1 ARCHITECTS
1 Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
I New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
JAP MATTING |n green, red and blue
coloring. Regular :',5e Quality. Wee c
end price, per yard   15c
WINDOW SHADES in green or cream
cloth, mounted on Hartshorn rollers.
Three for $1.00
BRASS EXTENSION RODS; extends
to 54 Inches; silvered ends. Week
end price, three for    25c
BRASS  EXTENSION   RODS,  suitable
for sash curtain.    Week end price,
three for 10c
brass extension rod, extends to
7K   inches;   brass  bnll  ends.    Week
end price, each  	
40c
LACE  CURTAINS,  three yards long,
50 Inches  wide;   regular price $1.25
per   pair.      Week   end   price,   the
90c
pah-
Other curtains from 50c the pair up.
See our new stock of Art Scrim, Madras Muslin, Curtain
Muslin, New Scotch Net Curtains, 2 1-2 and 3 yards long
SEE   OUR  WINDOWS
Galloway & Lewis
'Phone 829
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME EOR LESS
401, 403 Columbia St., New Westminster
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FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY  24,  1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PACK, Tri KICK
,.,   h   Bl OELIN,
...,,,. and I'tuii  Mgr.
fA.  BEARDS ..I.i.
Vice-President.
-    I    H. EfDCKLTN,
Bee, unci Treas
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers in
fir. Cedar   and   Spruce  Lumber
Shinjjlef..   Sash,   Doore,   Moulding?.. Etc.
No Opportunity Missed lo
!       Oft! liMd Newcomers
lOoiilint.'od   Trom   Page  Tw.'i
men and 1405 children, while for the
ca lendi yet ' ! 11 he bonus was paifl
upon B813 men, 0015 women and 2840
]f yem'want something choice for Today's Din-
ring up Phone 101  and order a nice roast, of   j
Si ring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
1 at is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
lumbia Street
Now Westminster
u'v.ntinned  cn  Page V't
OUR BIG SALE CLOSES ON
Saturday, March 4
AT 11 O'CLOCK
Clearance Sale
 OF   	
Ladies and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
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i
ewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid \
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's j^SSm j
Official   C. P. K'v  Time Inspector *
S^ruberoid*
.   f  ROOFING   J
BT. NOAM roR i* rr��M3
ed   until  in  tbe present   when all  rec-
o. ni/eii routes oi travel tire  covered
by fleparanentad officials,   tn I90S >���
then were 'ejected (Bid Intending im
migrants, which Increased ro soot in
tDO!) I'i     At  the pre. em   lime there v .-
employed on itiit borflel service s
nine regular officers and 182 customs
officers   viie also attend to immigrn-
lion maltsters    Alt Vancouver ano Vic-
.   ������   an elimination is made ol (.'aha-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  f'aeibe passengers ro thai oon-
���    bi classet tn  v.��,om the  ,,,���.,.������ !ir Q���r.;,���,   g)    |f,,.ri M|��� |.,.1|
���,,:,.  was paid wat the same for botih!*fa> on the easl coaei
���:  -   ltl�� vei*j gratifying tbnotethat] Getting   Tbem   Work.
the itiiml ���������   i''in are move  than      rn iJhe'provinces of Ontario an<
bhose  tor   L909. , bee tlbere are   126 Cam     govern-
in   the   Schools,
lr aii tbe British offices lecturing
one <ti the most   important   :,    ncbes
; ;.<! bundredi ol tectnres <are delivered
evei    ! car hj  H'f  regular stafl.   The
nth n  ol   Canadian  al lases and
School rnarii, is-  having an  excellent  ei
,   i   :. <-.������   tng i he att( ni iaa ol  I h<
*���������:. ,,*:���        -      I ana.la.
������ :���   ii   the  millions nf eopios of irnrni-
.n   pamphlets  clisti Ibuted  in   the
ast i ������ gone a >. I'eal " 1?
vi nis dispelling thai  ignorance re
. i���������.���''[ g   Canada,   �� hieh   �� a;   al   e/tu
lime oni> ioo noticeable In the mother
. try.
On '���be eontinem  offices aw  main
talned ai Paris and al Antwerp, where
.���.*.:.,,    ..  i cm istng  It  i     ted on.
ses dis    Ihnted  to sdhoolt  nhn
��� ���     ���(:   arranged, i ta rat or<
11  sinai en juiries ant��� ���
ofl and a knowledge ol Cana  a i
nated      a       earn   lossibb   Tbe gov-
ernnreni agents turn  th< assistance di
certain   selected   hooking   agents   .to
whom a bonus is allowed on pas��
I i ri * t brm. i i.i   :   nut  | , ... .
of 1! i   Samt   amount  and  p,_.i<i on iho
sai i   classes as is the case in Greal
,   ain.
In ibo United States Uie departmi m
bas s< i -,..i i n regular offices
In   Newspapers.
At each one of these offices regular
Immigration propaganda is carried oi
throughout ihe year. Advertisements
appear In the newspapers, and ea< i
newspaper earning a departmental a<1
verusoinrnt inserts twice a year a
column and a half of rea Iin. matter
pertaining to Western Canada, which
is prepared under the supervision of
the department, bringing to "the attention of the readers of the i apei items
of interest which are Hkelj tc induce
I eoplc to emigrate here k\ the pre.-
enl time advertisements aie appearing
in about 6000 newspapers" I additl
io the display advertisements and
reading matter referred to, special s
��� on Canada are from tlm�� to time
provided to eh papers as are willing
to accepi them. In addition to whicn
numbers I newspaper associations
a ,- taken through the country at di
partmental expense, the membi
whi< h pto'. (de articles on theli  f ��� -,.
and   | ���    Is   thus   seemed    *
COllld In no other t><   I ��� .     be Q
At    Rural    Fairs.
Nexl in newspaper advertising, the
. ��� hil Its al  all fall tali ��������� in I ural n ii
;    . .  and  i   uhl j   tow n    Is the
besl mcl hod ol advei Using In the Unl
led Sl :������        Phese exhibit i aie   ������ t n
bj  i'i;ii iu   the Bam*   class ol   p< ��ple
v an ��� d  in Canadn, and  no   Blrang d
ai| nmeni i an I ������ made to thi tn than i\
\ lew  of the pi o luce ol this i ountr).
�� hieh i ompai oa so ta\ orablj both in
qualitj and quantit)  ��111�� thai gi >* rt
in the United state:    from ttu regu
bll'  offices  and   Bl   exhibitions  are  distributed   large   numbers   of   I bo    pain
t2feH
is high in quality because
it is grown on the mountains of Ceylon at an altitude of over 5000 feet.
Sold /��.'v in nrn\rr] lr.r\  pnokfl .e��
N*V*r In Bulk.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOaRC     "!���     TRADK���NKW   VMibl'-
I    fter Hohrrt Of 'i'rHI.   e ���������   I    (i t"e
    I lit)   Hall,  as  follows:
'��� .       'i " ��� '.-i*.    oi    Stffc'h    ������<���'���-   I
<;i)nrr..rl>      na-prlng     oa   ''���
Tl U Bi ���     0    IVbriiHry,  Ma...  AtlgUiN
and   V'ov-'i'.!���'������:.  at n p.m       Annual
meetings   or!  ibe (Wrfl  t'hiiiHallk'y or
Peh ���" Ne*   rrternnar.    Bn
proposed "fid olocrod at any tn	
ty  Oi     < uvforly     rruvtlng.       (j.   H.
Sl 'ia rt-Wad��, B"er��"tai"y.
�����aW!��HE?wt?��;i ~��S��llS��CSSJMiB^3SO^anBBBR
EVERY SHOE that is on
the bargain table MUST
BE SOLD. Some will be
sold at cost, others below ;
so get your pair before
the sale closes.
. O.  0.   I     AMITY   I.OOIWv  W)
The regular meetings oi   thtt   lodge
arc bold in Odd Follows' Hall. CO'r-
Tier  t'a'71. i ..-on   and   Kiabiii   s' .������������    I
everj   Monday evening at  K o'ei i I
Visl    ���    b '������' i'ron   cordially   im >'"d
attend    i.'ieoi'src Adame, Nil.: W.
<'. Coatham, P.O.. recording
tary:    .1.   \V.   MarlViriald.    f.n  ia-ial
������ tary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J.   STILWELL   CLUTE,   barrister-at-
la'\    BO     ftOir,  oil ;   oorrioi'  ColnteMS
and   M. Kcrr/ic   strcctR,   N'ew   V .��� >
mm' .      .    C.   V. O. tto\ llj.   Tole-
���   ..no 71 ft.
tt'HITES'TOte,   KOMONPS   ���*:���   JOHN-
ston,     balrtstera    an'd     so i
Westminster Trusl  \'.\. i I-, I o iimbfi
street, New  Westmftrslrer.     v.'. j
W'liitosirlc, H. ��� TOdmonds. Adam S
.lobnslon.
WADS, WHEALLER, Me or \t-mo_- a
MAUT1N���Barristers and Roli.-itors.
Westminster offices. Rooms T and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of-
Ices, Wil'iams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. B.
Mariln.
AUDITOR   ANO  ACCOUNTANT.
H. .1. A R1RNKTT. AClMTiiU ANT)
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp biock.
. TcMor.niPHV    A    TVPeWRlTING
;M1':-S   W,  RRCiTKN,   public   steno.ra-
v.liei .    spe. ifi.-ailons.    business    let-
rere,    eir :    vireular    work    taken.
Plione   415.     Hear   of   Ma.iv    and
-   ���  ������ ���<=���'.   offiee.  Colnmbia  Bl
^-���RKKMAN     Rl.NTlNP,.     V*.iM)>\     VI
Curtis ^loek.   V  O. Rox fi!H.
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V\^H   AND   GAME.
BENSON tt AVUNd. 1'ISH, FRUIT,
it'M'"' Vegetables, etc Dean Block,
hexl   to  Rank ot  Montreal.
611-613 Columbia Street
t&&Kxr****v*W*:.r*T*--**mi^^ '" ������''���** *������*?& tt^r-'a.
IT PAY9 TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY   NC.WS.
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WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
HECTOR    McCAIG,   M. n.g��.-.
YOU MAY DRWE-'- BUT YOU CANT���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD  UNDER AN  ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Razors, Strops, Barber
Supplies,  Etc.
I
AT
! Ryall's Drug Store
*   ---'.NE 57 EyES TESTED BY GRADUATE     (
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FITTINGS
AND   OFFICE   ^^^^^^
SHOW CASES
WORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
  BROOKES, Proprlator
WORKS���Corner Elavanth  and Carllna.
PHONE 473
pbiots prepared by the department, in
tiie United si ttos the department bad
forty-five tub-ucents wbo i^.m- to in
temiinr. lettleia certificates which en
title   Hutu   to  a   cheap  rate  on   t'lina
daln railways, beside giving to tbe in-
icniiini'. immigrants Information which
would be of me to them. These sub��
agents are paid a commission or %.
$L' nuii $1 on men. women nml cbll
ilteli   Ull ler  el. bleen   yean oT nun,  be
longing to tbe farm class, whom they
semi to the Dominion.
The literature distributed by the de-
partmenl In the British isles, the Cott'
titieiii umi the United States is mm.
iiiic'i in Ottawa  Qreal care Is taken
llinl nil Statements are absolutely eor-
rect, nml every effort is made to keep
the mapi and statittioal Information
strictly up-to-date. Home or the pamphlets ileal   wilh   the   DOfflItilOh   as  ii
Whole,   while   others   deal   wilh   Inillv-
biiini provinces,   Besides the distribu
tion from the offices outsidfe or enn-
iitla, li large amount Is dlslilbnted elite'I from the head OfflcO,
The   Inspection.
when Immigrants from Burope and
tiie Brltlifa isles commence their jour-
i:i ;> and anlve at a Hritish ocean por'
they are, before coin,   on board    the
Vessel   for   Canadn.    inspected    by    n
board of tiade doCtOf and a doetor of
the steamship company upon  whicn
tbey Intend to travel during the voyage they are seen at least once daily,
and oni e during the trip mi individual
medical Inspection is made by the
ship's surgeon, whose duty it is to r��-
port, 00  ft  departmental form, to the
Canadian   Immigration   doctor   any
cases regarding whose physical or
mental condition he may have reason
to have doubt. These cases are given
special attention, and since the introduction of this system the work of the
ship's surgeon lias shown marked im
provemenf. t'pon arrival all the Immi
grants doctors and civil examiners t;>
see that they thoron^nly comply witii
the existing law and  regulations.
f>uring the calendar year  Ifirtfl. 1
Hritish  immigrants  were  rejected   at
ocean ports, an<1 during the calendar
year    lllli'i.   252    ftritisb    immigrants
were rejected at the ocean ports.    Of
these nnmhers it  may be interesting
to you to know that in 1900. twenty-
one  were  rejected  for   insanity   and
i   seven  for tuberculosis while in HtlO,
f  nineteen   were  rejected   for  insanity
,  and   twenty   for   tuhereulosis.    After
���  being passed by the immigration offi
!  rials, Immigrants attend to the checking of their baggage and arrange for
their    inland    transportation,    after
which they embark on special trains
and proceed to their destination,
Owing to the large number of ar
rivals from the ('nlted States it waa
felt that some system of inspection
along tbe international boundary
should he inaugurated, and in April,
100., a system of border InsnectlO'i
was established aad gradually extenJ
ONE NIGHT ONLY
WEDNESDAY
John P. Slocum present*.
HHT TT; 	
KISSING
GIRL
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. n
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBRUA
RY 24,
Tli
Poblisbed by Tlie Daily Xews Publish-
fcnc Company, Limited, at their offlces,
tioraer    of    McKenzie    an I    Victoria
Streets
minster and Vancouver will quickly
discover that here are to be found'
some of the most beautiful home sites
on the main land. The lower lying
lands adjacent to thc lake will grow
the very tinest of garden produce, and
E. A. Paige.
NEW   NANAIMO CONVENT.
Contract Awarded for $25,000 Structure to Replace Burned Building.
Nanaimo, Feb. 33,���Tho Sisters of
St. Ann have decided to build a convent to replace the one destroyed bv
lire six months ago. The contract
was awarded yesterday and calls for
a three story frame structure to cost,
in the neighborhood of $25,000. Tho
building will be erected on the corner of Wallace and Went worth
streets.    Work will be commenced at
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911.
as there will be two first rate mar-
I k'ets   within   Quick   and   easy   reach,
------**^*^~r---- j these are likely to be taken up   for
Managing Director j truck farming at no great distance of
time.    We may, therefore, expect to
see the whole of this large   district 10?cei Thj} contractor is Jeffrey Planta
quickly develflpe into a delightful suburb, forming yet another link in the
steadily advancing chain of populated]
country which will eventually join the!    Washington,  Feb,   23.���Bot(j  in  the
two cities of  New  Westminster and, eastern and  western  rate cases    tho
TlabeO 4
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RAILROADS
MUST
NOT RAISE RATES
OPENING   UP   THE   COUNTRY.
Vancouver together.   It is in this way
that the new railway  will prove   its
! great value, as a prime factor in the
recently had the pleasure of in-j advance and devei0pmcnt of the conn-
try.
SM
spftt'/ing a portion of the new line of
tta R C Klectric Railway company
twi������ this city and Vancouver
iwbirh will, we understand, be opened
far traffic about March 1, and were
���rleliphtcd to find that, tho company
toaiv roimtmctcd one of the best pieces
����f railway we have seen in this country. In fact this comes pretty well
near to perfection in railway engi-
iveertnp;, the road being well planned,
ibr>th< as to route and levels, the grade
basins no appreciable rise or fall in
���an? jiart, with long, gentle curves,
siulMSJantially laid down and complete
in aSS its essentials, except tbe stations, which yet remain to be in-
staJtett
TVhp line branches off from the pre-
.sem rity-Sapperton    track   at    Braid
.struct, and bearing  west crosses the
watosBfltteB of Eighth and Tenth ave-
���on. and pass into Burnaby munici-
j_��.\it>\ continuing to curve  westward
it Mkron the right hank of the Brun-
����fa liver to tlie Cariboo road, which
it ��.-rosses at right angles, thence   it
beavs round the   southern   shore   of
Bv.rr.aby   lake,   crossing   Cumberland
atreel  and into tbe  favorite residen-
rial stitrorb of Burnaby lake, with -what
���wiili  probably be its most   important
stavion located on the Pole Line road,
���wfoftne a freight switch has been put
in fer the accommodation of the mai-
3set ismleners and fruit growers in the
vioniiy.   From bere the road takes a
SwiK straight course northward, with
an gradual rise, to Douglas (late Hast-
ls_j?)   road, which  is  crossed   a  few
;yani3 south of Still creek, and by a
'ng-TOB   course   the   Great   Northern
irailway is crossed near Burrard sta-
ieion, and  Hastings Townsite entered,
���where    the    Vancouver    section    is
jitarwd.
'.Ve expect the new line will prove
vtiry popular as the route is of a moit
No Opportunity Missed
To Get Good Newcomers
(Continued from  Page Three.)
interstate commerce commission today, announced that the railroads
were not entitled to any increase in
rates. The commission disapproved of
the   proposed   advances   and   ordered
; the carriers, by .March 10, to withdraw
; the  proposed  rates,  leaving the    old
I rates in effect.
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MORMONS BUSY
IN NORTH EUROPE
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
47 Sixth street
ment employment agents, whose duties are to place at farm work or domestic service newly arrived immigrants desiring such employment.
These agents are paid on a per capita
basis of $12 for each person placed at
work, lf they do no work they receive no pay, and in this way it is possible to have the services, when necessary, pf a much larger number than
would be possible were they to be paid
on a salary basis. Those going to,
and west of Winnipeg, are handled
through the immigration offices located at that point.
Located throughout the west and
under the supervision of tlie Dominion
land agents there are sixty-three
guides, whose duties are to conduct
and locate persons wishing to settle
on homestea Is. These land guides are
paid at the rate of $2 per day by the
department, the cost of food and team
hire being borne by the settler whom
they are  guiding.
In connection with the success
which has atended the immigration
propaganda, 1 may mention that in the
calendar year 1899 to 1904, of the 1,-,
145,3(15 who left the British Isles, 206,-
236, or 18 per cent, came to Canadi,
while in the years 1905 to 1!��00 of the
1,401,787 who left the British isles
515.720, or 37 per cent came to Canada.
A   Comparison.
Canada and the United States are
the two countries on tlie North American continent receiving immigrants
from Europe, and it is therefore, interesting to campare the classes going to
the two places. An examination of
statistics shows that during the last
nine years, of the immigration from
Europe to Canada 71 per cent came
from the British Isles and those
northern countries in which I have already   mentioned   active   immigration
Stockholm,    Feh.    23. ��� Plans
spreading their faith throughout
Scandinavian nations    were discussed
here today at tlie opening of a conference of Mormon leaders from Sweden,
Norway and Denmark.
Thousands of converts to Mormon-
ism have been made in these co
in the last few years, and the
gaining a strong foothold. A considerable number of Swedes and Norwegians have been induced to settle
in Utah by the agents of the American religion.
Receive Salvage Money.
Victoria, Feb. 24.���The tugs Lome
and Tatoosli have been awarded J6Q00
salvage money for assisting the
steamer Titanla when she ran ashore
off Sperm Point, Stewart island, some
weeks ago.
Where we wish to
meet all our old
��ei customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
sect'is| of all descriptions
Roberts ElectricCo.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761,'88
Poet's Condition.
Oakland,    Cal.,   Feb.    23.���Joaquin
Miller, poet of the Sierras, who is critically ill here, is reported slightly improved today.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies Tor Latins from |12./t
Watches,    gents'    open fact
Watches,  gents'  open    case
for    Waltham   and     Elgin
JP.
Sliver
V.00.
Silver
17.50 up.
Agent     	
���Vatches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. AdaniB' Grocer)
^^^^^^^^^^^^��� ^__ work is carried on. while frcm south-
Vising   and   picturesque    charade-,   em  and  eastern   Kuropc  there  Ciim9
i twimnnding delightful views through-  only 2!) per cent.   On the other hand,
ous.   its greater length, and  being  so  during the same   period   the   United
States has received W per cent of its
lewd will enable the journey from city
*.�� t-ity to be accomplished in quick
timR.
But what strikes tl e onlooker as he
cramps along the well-laid track is
the. circumstance that a line like this
aa so potent a factor in the making of
�� country. For a couple of miles oi
:o from the New Westminster bound-
ravr the line runs through thick for-
���raSL, wi ich hns only been partially log-
'ticjB if? er. ;>nd has hitherto been the
���_5��nc7;.}iry ��'f bear racoon, wild cat,
<sagar and drer. Here ��� id there,
.sfaattereil through the woods in this
hitherto Hnle known locality, sturdy
riom-ers have hewn clearings out of
the forest and established homes, per-
i��TK tilling land or raising poultry for
;t livelihood or seeking this partly in
tbe- neighboring city. These honest
toilers probably never dreamed when
t.titr-y acquired their modest holdings
lit some time within the last ten or
titf-��-*'n years and at. a price which
would sound absurd at. the present
<U;-. ihat the time would come when
��� line of steel would penetrate this
���".ISiBrirt and run between the two cities, .ind by its potent intluence in tbe
C_mcBon of development, advance the
���atiie of tlieir properties tenfold or
OM twenty-fold. In the past they
liai.o had to (ramp some four or five
irii*f*:i into New Westminster, or per-
tr_\n, tlrive, to dispose of their pro-
(fan and obtain supplies. Now they
villi tie able to step aboard a comfort-
aMe car and speed quickly to either of
amx> splendid markets at the cost of a
Clea ��� perils. To the ranchers and mar-
fee*, gardeners of Burnaby Lake,
where, as most people know, the tin-
��st aJtrawherrtes in this province are
gjranrav the new line wdll be a great
tooxR. To these industrious people the
rfnoMe has always heen the cost of
��� .imp. tind labor Involved in getting to
���and. Srom market with their produce.
'.INow, however, tliey will be able to
�����Mp Uioir Stuff quickly and cheaply
eiUwr to Vancouver or New West-
minsnetr any day, and lose no more
time- ?han it. takes to load or unload a
���mr..
Bt* this lhne also means the opening np t>f hundreds of acres of splen-
��� ��Mi1 land for truck farming and thou-
sasilfi of home sites picturesquely and
healthfully located. Development of
tte kitftt lands sloping down to Burna-
byby AaVe is pretty certain to be rapid,
Xnr the business men or New   West-
European immigrants from the soutli
and east and only 23 per cent from the
British Isles and northern continental
Europe.
Turning now to the effect which immigration has had upon the actual settling of the land in tlie northwest, we
find very gratifying results, which,
while not wholly attributable to immigration, is largely effected by it.
The C. P. R. land sold increased from
370,046 acres in 1908-Q? to 075.030!
acres in 100.-10, or an increase in one!
year of 150 per cent; C. N. II. land
sold increased from llfi,f><12 acres in
1908-09 to 246,996 acres in 1000-10, or
an increase of 112 per certt., and the
acreage of land homesteaded from 8,-
252,960 acres in 1008-00 to 6,660,880
acres in 1909-10. We thus find that
the land disposed of by the two companies mentioned and taken by homestead from the area of free grant land
controlled by the Dominion govern
ment increased from 6,746,668 acres iu
1908-09 to 7,872,90ti acres ln 1009-10.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Cc
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrougl
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Ces<-
oools.   Seotic  Tanks.   Etc..   Etc.
I
CORREC'i,
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jac    n Printing Co'y
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
SENT FOR TRIAL ON
CONSPIRACY CHARGE
Toronto, Feb. 23.���All the accused
in the Farmers' bank conspiracy case,
including J. R. Stratton arid Mr. Warren, of the Trusts &. Guarantee company, were today committed for trial
by the police magistrate. Bail at
$1000 was granted. Charges were
also laid against Messrs. Morden and
Wilson.
The liquidator of t lie Farmers'
bank today began civil proceedings
against the Trusts & Guarantee company, of Toronto, to recover money
alleged to be due the creditors of tlie
defunct bank. The exact amount
sued for could not he learned, but it
is said to lie large. What the liquidator
seeks to recover is so much of tlie
security given in November last to
the Trusts & Guarantee company as is
in excess of tlie Farmers' bank debt
to that company.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
REPRESSING ROYALISTS.
Portuguese    Provisional    Government
Having Trouble with Loyalists.
London, Feb. 23.���Dispatches today
from Fuentes d'Onoro, Spain, which
are based on mail advices to the
United States from Lisbon, Btate that
the Portuguese provisional govern
ment is conducting a campaign for
the purpose of repressing the royalists
of Northern Portugal.
The Carbonario, a society composed
principally of Free Masons, is reported
to be engineering the campaign in
order to make the royalists show discreditably in the coming elections.
Pushing their campaign the Carbonario are said to he destroying royalist
newspapers and clubs and sacking the
churches. Numerous serious riots have
occurred and the leading royalists are
fleeing, the police, under government
orders, having refused to protect them.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From  Vancouver  and   Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan.   (No. 07).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No.  9fi).
10:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and    Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Ni
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 07).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No. 96).
17:50���To Agassiz nnd Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westmlnst.e'
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3% to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
V. J
Telephone 497
Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,   Manager
S(!5  Columbia   st.,   west:   opposite     tram     and     government
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Best quality goods at lowest
prices, Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Goods delivered to any part of the city.
one 291
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E
Phones, Office 15 and 16.    ^^^^^^^^^^
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET  WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED r0Ck
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AN
FIRE BRICK.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA    HOUSE
���*T*-"*iB8Br5Sf!W HECTOR   McCAIG.   MANAGER.
Saturday, February 25
\
OVER AYEAR IN
NEW YORK
SIX MONTHS IN
CHICAGO
Wm. A. Brady
|       and
Jot.R.Grlimerl
|   Present II   j
THE SOUTHERN GIRLS
IN THE
Comedy Record Breaker,
A GENTLEMAN FROM
RHODES
and
WISE
WROTE IT
Prices, % 1.50, $ 1 .OO, 75c. 50c.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL 6\ ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading
Co.
1       |    Manufacturers and  Dealers In  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES.   SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH
BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN
FANCY GLASS.
AND
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New  Westminster Bo
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 bank-
ing organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Corner  Quarter Acre
Lot on Edmonds road
$450.00; $100.00 Cash
$15.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building, New Westminster
I.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tone,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long .18'/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'8 WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday*
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Monday*
Balling 'roo
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
3600 tons, 7000 horsepower, H'.'O feet   long,  18'/��   knots;
Johnson's Wharf.
Close conneoUon at   Prince Rupert for Stewart. |<in.
KS.  "Prlnre  Albert"  leaves Prince Rupert for Porl Simpson. ^
eolith,   Massett,  Bkldegate,  .Jedwny,  etc..  at.  noon,   Marcli  si  ���
and 31at .> .inn f"1'
Be sure vour tickets read via the Clranil Trunk BaUwaj . . ���        n
Detroit,    London,    Hamilton,    Toronto, Montreal, Porl and.
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and wainiue
For rates, tickets, time tahles, Illustrated literature and an
7100
mation apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent phone ^
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)    phone
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic Ptemship Lines
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMEN
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
Ill 11
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 24,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTING NEWS
FUNDS ARE ROILING IN
MR SPOKANE BOWLIMi TRIP
Over One-third of  Necessary  Sum  Already  Subscribed���Jaunt  Will   Be
Good  Boost for City.
alers in the city are soing about
wjt]   large sized smiles today as tbe
,,..   ��� of the second day's canvass for
i j  sufficiently  strong  to  permit
nj .,   . ,m being sent from Wesimin-
Bter to take part in the Spokane totirn-
which  opens   on   .March   9   and
jrijich  ��ill run  for ,cn davs.    In tbis
tournej tbe leading exponents of tbe
,   ,   will be present from every city
0I note, *est of the Mississippi, and
tbe *inners of tbe eieut will tie hailed
and wide as ibe champions of the
, ; ii coast.
-,, beliind  lhe scheme in    tbla
(.j;i  feel that in an  Important  event
0f'this Kind the team should be the
... ���  ���-��� it is possible to send east,
ami as tlie quintette will  go as the
.:.   ol   Westminster,   tbe  city    is
certain to get a big boost at the meet.
��� icpected tbat no less than five
��� players will take jian in this
and in the event oi  tbe local
.-   winning���and   sucb   a   llkeli-
. lite possible���the city would j
,:.     .   , deal of benefit.
' estminster  will,  it   is felt, come
forward with the money necessary for
rpose.    Already over  .I'm have
ected,   tbis  being  a third  of
thi      a   required to cover the actual
expenses ol the  selected    five.    Tbe
ii irs of the idea aie keeping   a
careful tab on tbe subscribers and In
thi eveni of tbe required amount not
ollected   all   will   have   tlieir
conti ii   refunded.     But   there   Is
i  ���      ng to be any fear of tlie scheme
not ������    kli -i out in the right way.
I Mcintosh to stage
CONTEST IN  PARIS
Paris. Feb. 23.���Hugh i). Mcintosh
has been requested to put on a good
| flghi in Paris, and ibis week bas spent
several days in going over lhe ground.
The Hippodrome (Paris' largest ampbi-
theatre) is the only place that appeals
to bim, and it is very likely it will be
, Hie scene of one of bis International
I contests before long.
lie  bas now  practically  completed
| negotiations for a lease ol ibis build'
mg. win-re be will stage at, leasi .-,
dozen contests in the immediate fu-
l ure.
The accident to Abe Att.ell's arm in
bis fight with Johnny Kilbane in
America lias frustrated one of Mr.
Mcintosh's schemes for the future.
Mr. Mcintosh bad matched Attell and
.lem Drisooll to fight in London for the
featherweight championship of the
world. The fight would have taken
place on lhe last night of tho tenancy
of Olympia.
TEMPERANCE MEN GET      I
REBUFF IN ONTARIO
*AI IT HERE SITICE 1900T
Premier   Whitney    Declines   to   Alter
Three-Fifths Clause���Prohibition
Out  of  the   Question.
.,00w.r��Aj
the Peoples' Trust team
the  Peoples'  Trust  com-
by will be won by the home
i be  Hank of Montreal  is n  w
[n the li id, and other teams, once in
-,..     ���     ong  while,  win a game,  but
thai in tlie people trusts is
ae    ��� a rent    daj    In    coming
.1 with a bigger average.    Last
happened     again,     Adams
iGroci     team being the fall guys. Tbo
JTi istiea   lei elled   1534     pins,    while
opponents    only    managed    tu
like service to 1209 Bticks,
Full and complete details are here
glvei Si lie who rolls may read:
Peoples' Trust.
PLAINTIVE    LAMENT
OF ABRAHAM  ATTELL
"I am in tbe most peculiar position
a champion was ever in." Attell claimed before his bout with Kline. "If I
win in a couple of rounds tbe papers
say I got a lemon. If a boy stays ten I
rounds with me they say I let him '
stay If I don't beat everyone 1 meet
the papers give it to me for 'stalling.'!
"Now, thai  is the way  I'm situated I
Let   me ask  you   how   I'm   going   to
knock  a man  out  tbat  keeps covered j
up all the time      Maybe I might, but
1 won't take the chance. Think I want |
to break a  hand   by  hitting  them  in '
the elbows and making them open up
tbeir defence?    No. sir'      These two
bands are my flghting apparatus. They
earn me a living.    1  have   a wife toi
Bupport    And    fighters   are   making
more today than they ever did.   I'm
in a position to get big purses, and do
imagine I'd take a chance on crippling
one of my bands?    1 repeat, no;  You
don't  blame me. do you?"
SASKATOON   WILL   STAY
BY    PROFESSIONAL   BALL
1
2
- ��� :t   Tri.
\ve.
mack .. i-i!
'.la
149���3C.6
182
. . 1 L'il
132
1.1��� iss:;
127
Boulton ..  ..105
112
164���371
123
Burden 129
153
133���nr,
1534
L38
Adams'
Grocery.
1
2
3    Ttl.
Ave.
Harris 158
nr,
116���389
12!i
i2ii
113���3311
110
Tl   it:-' ii   . .   .   !'7
95
llfi���L'K7
'Mi
1    Inger ..   .89
121
'.13���303
1209
101
TORONTO   LACROSSE  CLUB
Saskatoon, Feb. 23.���Saskatoon has;
decided to stay by professional ball,
nnd ai a meeting of tbe directors o;"
tbe local cluh yesterday pitcher Wliis-
man was named as delegate and dis-
patched to attend (be meeting at Winnipeg.
This decision lias been arrived at on
an understanding tbat tbe sum claimed by President Eckstrom, of the'
Western Canada league, be left in the
hands or tbe Saskatoon club accord*
ing io an agreement made at the time
lhe Medicine Hat franchise was taken
over when it was represented to tbe
local promoter? thai tin' four hundred dollars deposit was required as
guarantee that tbis city would finish
iii.' s.;isi)ii. and also upon tbe understanding that tbe entire Hat team
should be turned over which was not
done by Krkslroni. Zimmerman sliding over to Lethbridge in some unaccountable way.
As Saskatoon finished the season,
the claim is made that they are In no
way liable for the four hundred dollars imt are ready to settle the otber
indebtedness on the condition that
other stipulations nre lived up to.
Toronto, Feb. L'L'.���President .loseph
Gibson, of the Ontario branch of the
Hominion alliance, used vigorous language in commenting at ibe afternoon
convention upon tbe reception given
the temperance deputation which wait-
, ed upon the Ontario goi ernment ye.--
j terday. "The answer which Premier
I Whitney made." said Mr. Gibson, "was
not worthy of a ten-year old schoolboy They (the premier and Hon. Mr.
Hanna i practically spat in our faces.
Tliey have made tbe progress whicn
they said would entitle us to new legislation, but wbirh they have now
practically refused.
The repoit of ibe special commit tec
on political action reaffirming the
present platform of the alliance an.i
adiising the formation of local organisations to take patl in lhe political
campaigns was adopted after a dis
cussion regarding the nomination of
independent temperance candidates in
the next provincial election. The
election of officers resulted as follows.
Honorary president, F. S Spent c,
Toronto; president. Joseph Gibson, Ingersoll. secretary, Ben ll. Spence,
Toronto;  treasurer. Tberon Gibson.
Tbe deputation which interviewed
the goi ernment received cold comfort
from Premier Whitney and Hon. \V. ...
Hanna. who replied to tlie spokesmen
wbo presented tbe alliance's requests
for the repeal of the three-fifths clause
ami iur total prohibition in the province. Mr. Hanna said that the actual
results showed that Ontario was much
moie advanced in temperance than
any other province in Canada. Sir
Jam* s Whltnej flatly stated that there
wn-,,id be im change in the three-flfths
clause, an '. that provincial prohibition
at i resent was out of the question.
Death of Benjamin Young.
Word was received in this city from
California of ihe death of the Hon.
Benjamin Young, once a well known
resi,lent in Westminster and a pioneer
on ilic Fraser river. He was one of
the first of the men to start in a big
way tlie cannery business and in this
ho aiuas.-cii a large fortune. He speculated wisely and well and aided to
bis stock of the world's goods. For
many years be bad lived in Astoria,
Oregon, but in tlie tail went to Los
Angeles in tbe search for belter weather and be rapidly improved so much
thai his return to his adopted home
was anticipated, but whilst in the rotunda of an hotel In llie southern city.
he fell forward .in a 111 and before
medical attendance could be summoned tiie old merchant bad passed away.
He was 68 years of age.
^eloarllonf).
We writ evoyowclo kcw
fyat we arc paying *
c~4Z InTcrcstrO
per annum cnM rnlMj-
on savings (Vpsita^
fcuj^jsubjccUo Withdrawal tor cheque &*
^ b% Interest^
on time deposits of*
Sermon)} is & over. *
\Ve invert monef for dienta
in first mortgageshbon
,$enewl financial business.
We want Y��ir saving accnt
& ifyou arc not saving -
^Tcmaticaflv. * - ���*��� *
Commence NOW \..t1tUs.
Deposits \rf mail ^~^">
���*\i+ easily handled���
\ou can scud hy Draff,
Post Office * Cypress
Order or Rc&istereiT* ^
Letter & witMravcab
can be mafieW +"* *
- * any wo)- -pm wish.
Wave Responsible
Refer Trf^V -* * -**-
Duns, Bradstreets,
or to anyone ra *
VM.0UV6R'
Write us about it May
Doit now!!!!!
DowJr^er^ Co Ltd
321 Cambie Street,
y\fci\eoviver B.C.^j
TIM HEALY PROVES
BRIBERY IN LOUTH
Clabby Fights Lewis.
London, Feb. 23.���Jimmy Clabby, of
Milwaukee, who Is en route here from
Australia, will meet Harry Lewis, the
Philadelphia  serapper,  ln  a  20-round
battle   at   Hugh   Mcintosh's   elub   on
Macros. ��� plaver,' has" been appointed   March If,.   Clabby won four out of t\*e
mai    er of tbe Toronto Lacrosse club,   bouts be bad In Australia.
| Ernie Menary  New    Manager;    Fred.
Killer President;   Prospects Good.
���   Menary, a well known eastern
tbe    Sui.'lnv
four    to  Bcven
[succeeding Jimmy  Murphy, tbe   new
[president of the N. L. U. Meaary man- The    Mission    Circle    of    Queens
ked il,,- Tecumsehs In 1904 and 1005. avenue church  wlll  bold an  Oriental
Thu following officers were elected at tea tbis afternoon    i��
the annual meeting of    the    Toronto scliool   room,    from
Wub:     Honorary    president,   W.   H. o'clock.    A Unit.anee will be free, but
Moore; honorary vice-president, Percy borne made candy will be sold, at   a
i Quinn; president, Fred. Killer; aecro- slight profit.    Chinese, Japanese and
i tary treasurer     Fred     W   Thompson; other Oriental curios will be used in
'"manager, Ernie Menary. the decoration scheme.
Dublin. Feb. L':'..���The election contests iu (be North Division of Louth
were disposed of today by the court
at Dundalk, wbicb declared tbe election void, ami awarded Timothy Healy
costs in bis prosecution of charges of
corruption and Illegal practices. The
charge of general intimidation was
found not to have been established,
and on this point each party was condemned to pay bis own costs.
The action  was    brought    by    Mr.
Healy, who was ousted from the seat
which he bad held for eighteen years.
by   Richard   H title tOD,   a   Uedmondlte.
In the early stages. Ha/.leton's attorneys consented  to havo Ihe    election!
declared  void   without     offering    de-|
fence, but  Healy  Insisted  upon Intro-1
duclng bis evidence.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng.
lend. New York. Ch'iago and Spokane,
U.8.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business trauiacted. Let
tern of Credit Issuer), available wltb
correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Djrnrtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
annum  (present  lute).
Total   Assets  over   1186,000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BHYMNEH. Manager.
MAY ALTER PLANS
OF   PANAMA
CANAL
Colon, Panama, Feb. 2.1.���Plana for
the  Panama canal  may  have  to   be
altered to a great extent as the result
of a big slide of earth and rork wbicb
today  Is  tieing  attacked  at   Culebr,i.
Without  warning  .00,000 cubic yards '
of rock and eartb slipped Into Ihe cut.'
After ll Is removed It Is believed that.
It   will   bo  necessary   to  enlarge   tbo'
prim of the canal nnd to remove Gold
mil bodily to prevent tbe recurrences
of tbe slides.
Traffic Resumed.
Herlin, Fell, lil!.���A despatch from
Tsin Tau says tbat second "ind third
class traffic on tbe German owned
Slinnlung railroad, wbicb was suspended owing lo tbe plague, bas been
restored.
Kaiser's Holiday,
Kiel, Feb. 23.���Tha itmcrbil yacht
Hnhenzol'ern sailed for Venice today,
whence It will take Emperor William
and 1'rlncess Auguste Victoria and
their giiindcbll Iren to Corfu early in
March. It Is expected Crown Prince
Frederick William and the crown princess will join the party later.
Prince to Tour.
Perlin. Feb. 11,1.���Prince A lelhert.
Kaiser VVilbelms third son, will sail
shortly for Brazil aboard a German
battleship to make a tour of German
settlements, according to announcement today.
HOSPITAL
Westminster PJvate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
rases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  fOOO.OOO
Keserve          fi.fl0ii.0iin
Tbe Hank bas IT'i branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic, to tbe Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tbe Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NF,W YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every hanking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
NOTICE.
My property, 339 Alberta street, Is
off tho market.
H. PDTTRICH, Sapperton.
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Tenders  Postponed.
Tbe time for receiving tenders for
supplies and  printing and stationery
hns   been   extended    until    Monday,
February 27th, 1911, at. 5 p.m.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C.M.C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, February
21st, 1911.
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
RING UP 56  �����
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
PAGE FIVE.
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, _���*.
HOLLIES
ami otter ornamental (rees and Rhrnbs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at  the Nursery, South Westminster,   ��������   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
rem*, m ,-���.�� .mu^p tuttb
EVERYONE  LIKES TO MAKE MONEY
Some miss THE CHANCE or opportunity
but YOU won't if you call and see
Davis & Wilkinson
The Men Who Sell  For Less
New Westminster's  Best
and Cheapest Complete
House Furnishers
6 Special Lines for Friday,
Market Pay
Best patent Mops with attachments only 15c.
Worth 30c.
Outside cocoa brush Door Mats, the best make,
worth $1.00   SOc.
Iron Beds with brass trimmings, worth $5.00; $3.25
Best English Oilcloth all new patterns, worth 40c.
    25c, yard
Nairn's  best  English  Linoleum,   all  new goods,
worth 75c 29c. to 45c. per yard.
Large Centre Tables, polished top, worth J4.00; $2.25.
Davis & Wilkinson
Phone 707.    655 Front Street
Just out of the high rental and
60 per cent, profit district.
d
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New 7-Roomed House
Twelfth street, between 6th and 7th avenues.
Beautiful view of lower river and Gulf of Georgia.
72 feet frontage on Twelfth street.
$3500, on terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY--
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address, 622 Columbia Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 24
LIFE INSURANCE
FIRE INSURANCE
CSTY
(a) Columbia street lot, 66 ft. frontage, rental $170
per month, price .      .      .      $40,000.00
(b) Two lots, Eighth avenue, 18th street, $1,375.00
(c) Five lots, Seventh avenue, 16th st.,     $3,700.00
(d) Corner lot, Third avenue, below Eburne car line
cut-off,  $3,000.00
Inside business property, 66 frontage on Columbia  St., only $S00   oer front foot: only vacant lot in this
locality.    Lot on Sixth ave, between  Eighteenth and Twentieth sts.,  $895.    This  is $105  below  market
value.
HOUSES
1. Modern 8-roomed  house,  Third  avenue, near
Sixth street $4,750
2. Modern 6-rooms, large lot, Fourth avenue, near
Sixth Street, ($500 cash handles this) $3,500
3. $500 cash, $20 a month buys a nice cottage on
Alberta street.
4. 5-roomed modern cottage, new, Sixth avenue,
near 3rd street, J      $3,000
ACREAGE s
COQUITLAM
1.
2.
$350
per acre
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
46 acres, North Road,
SURREY
20 acres, improved, lots 12 and 25, group 2; fencing, drainage, good house,       .   $650 per acre
DELTA
Five acres, N.E. 1-4 sec. 25, tp. 4, $350 per acre
Five acres, section 36, township 4, $500 per acre
Two 10-acre blocks, S.E. 1-4 section 13, township 4 $200 per acre
LULU ISLAND
Lulu Island, 3.15 acres in city; all cleared, 350
feet water frontage,       .       Price $30 per foot
Lulu Island, 1800 ft. water frontage, 40 acres,
 $25 per foot
f\^
Hendry
Northern Crown Bank Block (Bank entrance)
Accident Insurance
'Phone 680.     P. 0. Box 40
Automobile Insurance
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Ithence north and west ab.nn beach to|chains, thonce south 80 cltslii". lliettce
I   All..    A.    T     .IMTICE.
Iencemenl   and
more or less.
LESLIE L.
J. A
Date November 29,
containing   a
DICKERMAN
20
LEWIS,
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A.uell I.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
west mi chains io point  i.r coiiiiupiipp
mont,   l.elin-.   .iMUlliwi-ut   i iii in,i    |,ncl   nl
lol    applied   fol.   eoiitiilliiim    ..lu   nnna
mora or less,
(Signed) wn,1.1 wi i.i.wi.;.
Agenl fo. ii.-,.i.i.i t;  iotiii;.-
Kebruiirj' Iin, I'D I
Or.
|New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
takk    NOTICE    thai     Margaret
sws, of Smi .b.se. occupation widow, intends to apply for P't-
purchase tbe following ds-
Commencing at ���* port
the west side of tbe Cbeak-
:   and  one  mile   north    of
���':,ence  west   4u  chains.
e north  LM chains, there <��� "
1 ,-    -hence  south    IM    etohW
-   r:amus river to point of
comrr.-*-. '^T.ent. being southwest  tor-
I applied for. cctatalag
1-4 a ]  re or ie-.-
WILLIAM LE
��� Margaret El**   M **���
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LAND   A(.f   NOflf.r
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New  We��tmln��l��ir  I anil  fJlilrl't
trict of Nnw W��<i"ii�����i��,
TAKE NOTICK thai Moll)/ Mel Is
i i-i. of Vancouver, oooupatlofi ftfillifl
er, inteniis to nppiv ro. permission to
purchase    lhe    foltowffiji    deswlbed
lands ('ornirnri'ini.; m ,. pfflH plflflled
on tbe ('"Nit.erioii Trill. '���'!/. ffijlea
north '.f OfMII l.nk'-. ii,��-r,'c ttoflft '< i
chains, lb��w?s MUM Ifl fhslws, th*m's*
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il   "   [1,   ol   111!    in 'be  .vest   iIim.m   u
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LAND ACT  NOTICC.
Dlsi
d'lrlletlto if till? staltl'l* .rtlllfale.   in'ri
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LAND rtBClSTRY aCY.
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..ti CxMli iaUS
Up lots i'l, IT,, |"6 antl 17 of lots 7. 30
and I". Suburban block *!. map inn,
in the City of Xew Westminster.
Whereas,proof of the loss of certill-
c'nto of title number Kir.llV, iKsnrd in
tbe name of .lames Rosobroush l.awrv
LAUVl ACT (MOTlCa.
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it-w *f*H��*,tt*\tftr\*rT L^rrl  DUtrltt."
irict Ot PlfW \Vf. tip lnst�� r
TAKU   N'OTTC.I'l  that   I.  SifflH**!    'A.
Aliss. of \','.neoinor. ,'ceii|iatlon ttttflfaf
nitf'iiii.s    o   ipi'li   tor   permission     to
oiirchase     ibe     ml lowi in.;    ,(fBeri),.-,,i
Mtitu: i'i .mm end or- at a |x>Kt i>latiti-(1
aliout l'v ulllp. noi'tli 0t T [_ lot
I.7T,. and tWD mill's vflBBt of llaslsm
lake,   ttdsmo  oast   88   i-bain*.   ih^noe
iMpw Westminster Lnnd DIstHttt'
trict of Nfwf Westmlnstrr
T\KI" VOTiri'' Mint  I.    William    J.   M^^^_^^_^^_^^_^^_
nick, of tfortli  Vaiie.nner, occupntion  bas been filed in this office.
HroWer1, intenrl 10 applv lor permission      Mot I re Is hpreby given that I shall,
io   i.iiiebnsp   ihe  following?  doscribed at the pyplration of one month from
<...'!' ���    .'."'imt'iiclii . at a post olantcd tp date of tbe Hrsl publication hereof,
il i one mile south of T. 1,. 10* lW5l  '" a'dally uewspaper ptlbllshed in tho
on  life  I'ait sboro of  llnke    Haslam. C/ty of    Xew  Westminster,    issue   .i
ii���...mm oust so chains, tbence north XO itnpUrate of the said certificate, unlest
���bains, thence west sn difiltis, ibenco 1" tbe meantime valid   objection   be
ontb so chains to'the ilolfit of mm. mafle to me in writing.
iPencetneiit, and rontalnitif; 640 acres C. S. KEITH,
nore ..r less. | District Registrar of Titles.
WILLIAM Ji DICK, Land Registry Office,
ilv I). OTtara, Agent. ���   New Westminster, B.C., February 3,
Dated 1'Vbruary 17, l!��U. 1911.
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\'n)iieville, vSnnbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
uinacls isiaii! Monday
vVednesday and Friday      13:30
lOiun���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday antl Saturday      13:30
11 "'.ii Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday! ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale und Port Kells
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tvnehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake ulally except Sundav   16:00
{0:00���Abbotsford, Matstpii, Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:38
15:15���Crescent, White Hock and
Blaine idaily except
Sunday)   9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern IHdge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
11:30���Chllliwsck, Milner, Vt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Bhortreed, Upper
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24
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When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
City News \\ Alteration
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
The annual ball of the local lodge
of the Sons of Kngland will tuke place
in St. George's hall this evening
Six chairs in operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting.        **
Meals at all prices; open night and
day at the Hismark cafe. **
.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
!*���
INSURANGE
NEW SEEDS
Our Stock .lust 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    iii    for    anything    you
want: we will deliver promptly.
Deputy Stcriff Harry McMartln left
yesterday 'or Victoria, where he wlll I load for only J.UHl
undergo all  operation  at the Jubilee
hospital.
Wood! wood! wood! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone  413. **
We make a speciality in Eastern
and Olympia oysters, crabs and lobsters, at the Hismark cafe. **
Commencing on March 1 all ladies
will be admitted free to the floor of
the Pythian roller rink. The rink
will only be open for a few weeks
longer.
The Sons of Kngland have secured
the Mackness orchestra for their
dance on Friday evening. February 24,
at St. George's hall. **
Thomas James Foster, of Innisfail,
Alta., was married on Wednesday
evening to Miss Winnifred Cripps, of
Kast Grimstead. Sussex, Kngland, by
the Kev. A. deH. Owen.
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for J8.00.   Phone 41::. **
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash anl
Door Factory. *���
Rev. George A. Ray, who was operated on a few days ago at St. Mary'���
hospital, will be sufficiently recovered to leave that institution by the
end of the present week.
lee cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.    Phone 310. **
Tenders are being asked for the
building of a four story brick warehouse, to be erected on Front street
by the firm of T. J. Trapp �� Co. Plans
for the building were completed several weeks ago.
We are In the market for logs for
making shingles. Walsh Sash and
Door factory.   Phone 413. **
Spe< iai preparations for clerks from
the  stores  from  5:30  Saturday  night1
at St. Geoi'ge's hall.    I'ies, baked pork I
and beans, etc., for 60 cents.    Kvery.
body welcome. **
A    break    in    the    Columbia street
water     main     yesterday     afternoon
caused  a  waste  Of  uncounted  gallons
of city water. Workmen worked for
hours chiselling at the Hassam pave-
ment in order to reach the source of
the trouble, but could only make slow-
progress. The attack on the improved cement will be resumed today.
Grand Chancellor John Thompson,
of Cumberland, will pay Granite and
Royal lodge3, K. of P., an official visit
on Thursday of next week.
Private tables for accommodating
ladies at the Hismark cafe. **
The best kiln-dried wood, a   three-
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after vou order it.   A three-horse
Phone 413.    **
Prices
The Public
Supply Stores
This week we are'
giving a
DEMONSTRATION
Continue During Friday and
Saturday Only
We close our big alteration sale Saturday night.    We must then begin the display of our new tD
goods, hundreds of cases of which now await opening.   The odd lines now on sale are so deputed th
individual  mention of them  all Is impossible, but the price tickets indicate the special reductions for.
day and Saturday.
of E. D. Smith's Preserves, Jellies and
Ketchup.
Friday and Saturday
Clearance of Odd
Table Cloths,
$1*00 each
Regular Values $1.25 to $1.50.
Two dozen only bleached Damask table covers, l<i ;.ui 1%
yards long, good quality, assorted patterns. Specially priced to
clear before the close of our
alteration sale Friday and Saturday, onlv, each   $1.00
Opportune Reductions
on Curtain Madras
For Friday and Saturday only Cream and Colored Madras
40 cts* per yard
Regular Values ' up to 60c.
Dozen of pieces with enough  material for one to four pairs of cm
tains. Madias is 45 to f>4 inches wide; colors are green and cream
old rose green and cream;  Mack   ground   with   green   and  red designs; and plain cream; also  75 yards of heavy cream Nottingham
lace net, 51 Inches wide, neat  small square design,   Alteration sale
price  Friday  and   Saturday,   [ier yard    40:
ON FRIDAY
A SPECIAL
DEMONSTRATION OF
MAGI   SOUPS
WILL BE GIVEN
Don't Miss This !
Alteration   Sale   Price  on
Lace Curtains
TWO DAYS ONLY.
95c* per pair
Odd lines of white Nottingham
lace curtains, three yards long,
47 to 52 inches wiae in various
designs, suitable for bedroom or
living room. Regular fl.25 to
$1.50. Friday and Saturday
onlv    95c.
25 pairs
Lace Curtains
$1.65 per pair
Nottingham lace,   three   yards
long, 52 to 54 Inches wide, good
heavy weight,.fine designs. Regular values $3.00 and $2.25.   On
sale Friday and Saturday only
Per pair $1.65
Special Low
Prices
on a few odd lines ol
waists,   flannelette   undi
corsets,  underwear,      its   and
skirts.
REMNANTS
Hundreds of ends of !'��� Uoi ���
Drai erics, Embroideries Lacei
etc., tit low pi r ��� Friday
and Saturday
Davles Green Mouses is the place to
p. t honnuets, floral designs, and till
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 2uS ���*
For a good  lunch  go to the
mark  cafe.
His-
Curtis' Drug Store
New   Westminster.   B   C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
John Larney, who is known in the
city and district by the wrestlin .
cognomen of the "Terrible Swede,"
looked as meek as the proverbial lamb
as he faced Police Magistrate Kdmonds yesterday morning in the court
house on a charge of being a vagrant
and general nuisance. Just when
John did any legitimate work last la
not known, but he had enough money
in his jeans to pay the fine inflicted,
$10 and costs. Another Swede with a
genuine sounding name of Olsen, was
mulcted In a like sum for carrying
more liquor than he could hold, internally.
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash and
Dcor Factory. **
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
All Trimmed Hats, $1.95 each
We repeat the offering of last  week and place the balance of our trimmed  hats on  sale a1 tl
for the last  two days of our sale.    Your choice St        $1.95 eac^
All Untrimmed Shapes, 75c. each
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Hismark cafe opens   today;
thing up to date.
everv-
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FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Unseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.
~* AT
Mli'S DRUG STflUE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
At the funeral of the late Mrs.
Wick Strom on Wednesday, the following floral tributes were placed on the
casket by sympathizing friends: Mr.
and Mrs. Paulsen, lillies; R. Torsen,
carnations: Mr. and Mrs. A. Swanson.
spray; J. A. Rosengran, spray; Ida
iind John Krickson, spray; Mr. and
Mrs. Huek, .pray; Mr, iind Mrs. James
Jamieson,    cross;     p.     WlcKstrom,
wreath.
Sons of Scotland���Reception to
Hoyai Scot Camp, Vancouver, on Tuesday, 2Sth inst., K. of P. hall, eight
o'clock. Members and their friends
are invited. *���
The management of the Pythian j
roller rink will, on tbe first of April,
move the automatic organ and a supply of skates to Kamloops, where a'
roller rink will he operated for threo
or four months, probably In the Kam-
���oops M. A. A. hall. This will be the
first time rollerlng is introduced in
Ihe inland city.
Husiness men's hot, supper with pies
like mother used to make, St. George's
hall Saturday night. . **    j
The annual roll call of Granite
lodge N'o. HI took place yesterday
evening in the K. of P. hall, when
about fifty per cent, of the members
were present to answer to their
names. A number of letters were
read from brothers who were unavoidably absent. The roll cail
synchronized with the fdrty-seventh
anniversary of the foundation of the
order, which was instituted In 1864.    ,
AM Immn pv>dp ha'.lng at St.
George's hall Saturday night, 50c. **    I
Baked pork and'beans at the hot
supper Saturday night at.St. George's
���mil. ��������     |
Per
cent.
Interest on  First Mortgages
SECURITY
Par Excellence
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Cloverdale Auto Road i!
Cloverdale gets the Hritish Columhla end of the British Columbia-
California auto road. California, Oregon and Washington have selected their roads and have appropriated the necessary money. Hritish Columbia has selected Clover Valley road, Cloverdale and has appropriated |25,000 to make it a modern auto road, the first stretch of
the great auto highway to Southern California.
This wil] give Cloverdale district the best  road in the   province.
Property will he In greater demand and will command higher prices.
10 Acre Bleeks, Clover Valley Road
$250.00 per acre, Terms, One-Third Cash I
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Kxpress cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at
a. m , and ;f:.d p, in.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, fi:20, 6:50, 7:20,1
and every half hour thereafter untll 11 p. in.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6,  7,  8  and every
bait
7:20 n. O-.
II. M
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave N'ew  Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour �����
after up to 11  p.m., connecting at Kburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
hilf
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and  every
hour thereafter up to ll  p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���-Heave New Westminster 4:  15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster i�� a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
FJ. Hart X Co, Ltd.
Vancouver     -     Victoria     -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
Are You Aware
which now extend'
city i'1"11-
Bruostw
of 0'lf
that electric power Is available' from our mains
In addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the
Front sireet, thence along part of Columbia street, then via
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive
i    it iin* cot***
Applications   for  electric  power service may be made ;l,     onVer,
jmny's local office, or a postal mailed lo the head office,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, W
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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