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 PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WE8TMINSTER.
%\)t
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 10.
INDIAN AGENT IS
ABOUT TO RETIRE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C'., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 27
1911.
WILL NAME DELEGATE!. TO
CONVENHON NEXT WEEK
PRICE  FIVi
NO ONE ESCAPED
FROM SECHELT WRECK
C.    McDONALD
RESIGNATION
AND     USEFUL
TENDERS HIS
AFTER LONG
SERVICE���SUC-
Liberal   Executive  Calls   Meeting   for -	
Friday,  April   7,   When   Representa-     SEARCH PARTIES   FAIL   TO   FIND   BILL
WELSH LIBERALS ARE
THREATENING REVOLT
HAMILTON WOMAN P1LMS
WRONG NAN FOR HUSBAND I
CESSOR  NOT  NAMED.
Indian  Agent R,  c.  McDonald lias
tendered  his  resignation   to  the   department  of  Indian   Affairs,   and   as.
goon  as  his  successor  has  been ap
pointed he will step out of office.
Mr.  McDonald  has  been
connected
tives Will Be Chosen.
A meeting of the Liberals of this
city wlll be held in the Eagles hall
on Friday, April 7, when delegates
and alternates to the nominating convention to be beld here on April 2\
will  be elected.
The tlate of the preliminary meet
ing was fixed by
ANY SURVIVORS OF   DISASTER
TO    LITTLE    STEAMER
17 TO 26 DROWNED.
-FROM
TO SEPARATE CHURCH AND
STATE IN WALES NECESSARY
TO HOLD THEM IN LINE���NO
TIME TO BE WASTED.
Victoria, Marcli 26.���Only two
hatches were found to indicate the
fate of the  steamer    Sechelt,  which
Curious Case of Mistaken  Identity Is
Cleared  Up,  But  Deserted   Wife  Is
Far From Satisfied.
city association     Th ��f���"ye of the; capsized and went down Friday after-
lilj  association.    The intention Is to	
have
Wll
this
_^^^^ ,-. twenty-four   delegates   elected
branch of the civil service' len a'ternates will be provided to re-
nany years, and during that time i !'laoe ;tny of the deleKates who may
tie  unable to attend  the big convention.
In   lias accumulated a fund of experi
that has often stood him in gooj
noon   with  all  on  board,  the  number
being variously estimated from
26.    The only list
17
ence umi ..us oueu sioou mm in good I The local delegates, as h ,s been the
stead in dealing with the perplexing | case with the Surrev delegates will
Question that are daily cropping up in probably be Instructed to support one
connection with the administration of man for the nomination for federal
Indian affairs. The district hi which i honors, hut it is possible a second
Mr. McDonald holds away can provide choice win be named. Surrev will
more work for the agent���in the opin-j support John Oliver, with George Ken-
ii.n of that official���than any other j nedy as second choice. The Langley
place in Canada. While in other delegates will come unins'ructed
places the number of Indians has been Delta, has not yet appointed delegates
steadily diminishing, that has not and Richmond, Dewdnev and Chilli-
been so noticeably  the  case in   this   wack have yet to be heard from
province.     It   naturally   follows    that I ���-  ' '
the more Indians tbe more question.
m he settled.
rhe future Indian agent has .not
yet been named, hut an appointment
will probably be matle within a cou-
pie : weeks. Uuwritten lay demands
iha- the Indian agent he a Roman
Catholic, this custom having heen fol j
lowed almost from  time immemorial.
FIELDING  "HELD   UP.'
ITIie majority cf the Indians being of man
Ihe Roman Catholic religion feel freer
in discussing their troubles with a
man of their faith, while he, on the
thr: liiind. is often better able to understand his charges than could a
Protestant.
Miss N. M. McDonald, who has been
stenographer  in   her   father's  office'
lot some time, bus also tendered her
resignation. I
Police Guard Now Accompanies Minister of Finance After Sessions.
Ottawa, March 26.���A startling
rumor is going round the lobbies of
the House of Commons to the effect
that one night not long ago Hon.
William Fielding was "held up" by a
I.0VE
RECIPROCITY   FOR
ENEMIES  IT HAS  MADE
Ottawa, March 26.���Day by day the
opolarlty   of   the   reciprocity   agreement  is  growing.     Hostile   interests
frhlcb sought to stampede the govern
tienl by noisy opposition   have speii
iniM'lves.    The voice of the people
provinces is now being heard m
asketg of letters, telegrams and
4i>   iiiaiplly ni��� ping lbs lUi I
liter?  enthusiastically   endorsing   the.
proposal.      Toronto    weekly    papers,]
shicli have  had correspondents tra>'-
piling  over   the  province,  last  night
ted   that   the   Liberals    would
Eai. ti n  seats in Ontario as the re-
the reciprocity  agreement.
Manj fruit men In the Niagara dis-
Irict   who   joined   the   deputation    of
Irate     three weeks ago give   news-
er Interviews  stating   they  were
taken and th.t tbe fruit  industry
1 benefit    A. B. Rogers, the larg
fruit fanner In tbe district and a
on Metcalfe stieet and his
pockets searched with the object of
discovering certain papers relating
to the reciprocity negotiations.
The rumor could not be confirmed.'
but it received a certain amount of
corroboration in the fact that once
again there sat in the public gallery,
as there has sat for the last five days,
a plain clothes man of Dominion
police, whose duty it has been, and is
to see that Hon. William Fielding
reaches bis home in safety.
It  may be only  a coincidence, but'
the fact remains that the finance minister  has  his   protective  guard  every!
night  when he leaves the Hill for bis
house on Cooper street.
^^^^^ was kept on the
boat. A search party spent yesterday
patrolling the shore line. No badies
were found, pievious reports to that
effect being erroneous.
Indians who witnessed the disaster,
Harry Charles, his wife and father-in-
law, who stood on Church Point, the
eastern entrance to Beecher Bar, were ;
interviewed  and  they told  of seeing
. tbe steamer three miles off the ea3i-j
ern  entrance to  Beecher Bay.  wher,j
she swung with her beam to the wind,
. and was struck by two seas in quick
succession,   going  over  on   her  star-
j hoard side.    She righted    and    went
1 over again,  going down    while    the
I Indians watched.    They saw no sign
of life afterwards.
The Indian ran to the nearest
settler's house, two miles away, and
Parker, a settler, rode on horseback
to Reid's settlement, four miles away.
Thence a telephone message was sent
to the Williams Head quarantine sti-1
tion. A launch was sent to Victoria
and the tugs William Jolliffe and
Made     started     on
London, March 26.���Only by giving
a definite promise to bring in a hill
for the separation of church and state
In Wales, early next year, bas Premier
ASQUitt) staved off a revolt among the.
,��� , _ , ,,      ,      ,.  .    ..      . .    _   the  theatre,  Mrs
Welsh Liberals.    It is the demand of   fl d   .*       .
Wales for the disestablishment of the * The
church that makes    the    principality
overwhelmingly Liberal at every elec
tion.    Yet over and over    again   the
more clamant Irishmen have extract-1 and although  they
ed benefits while Welshmen have had
to wait empty handed.
Hamilton, March 26.���An odd case
of mistaken identity was cleared up
yesterday. Last week Mrs. Grun.l-
mund reported to tbe police that fa
husband, a chauffc ^^^^^^^^^^
her some time ago, but that he was
back in Hamilton driving a car for J.
J. Scott, K. C.   A
ind when Mr, _r ..
Gruiulmund  identi
er    husband
man protested so     _        ...  .
he never saw the woman that the
EIRE IN NEW YORK
APPALING HOLOCAUST
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY LIVES
BELIEVED LOST IN BURNING
OF FACTORY���GIRLS LEAP Ta
INSTANT DEATH.
March
25.���Criminal.
a number
by    tho
New    Vork.         _.,.
chauffeur," had   deserted f negligence cost the lives of
ne acr,   ***** **���-- *��� ' of wage  earners estimated
^^^^^_    police at 150 today,
warrant was issued,      Tra,)ped on the top floor of a burn-
Scott s car drove up to   ,       ��� ,   .... _,       _
^^t\w           '       ing   factory   building,   supposedly   'it
the  moEi  modern   fireproof  construe-
more than half a thousand per-
���
fled   the   chauffeur   as   h
vigorously that ! tion
ROCKPILE FOR AUTOIST.
an     ineffectua
Business Man Must Break Stones, Not
Pay Fine, Says Judge.
Portland, March 26.���The first sent-
ence ever imposed on a reckless auto
mohile  driver in  Portland  was    pro-!
nounced yesterday morning by Muni-|
cipal Judge Tazwell, after a long trial j
in which many witnesses were testi-
fled that  L.   B.  Barde, a member of i
the flrm of M. Burde & Co.. implement
and machinery dealers, had deliberate-
ly run down H. H. Duff, the afternoon
of March 14.
"Since I have been on the bench,"
said Judge Tazwell, "this is the flrst
case that has been brought   to my at
..���_     _ ��� ~��� ~" .'"f | sons had the choice of probable deatli
lice  were  puzzled.    Several  acquaint-,'        . ���_,.��.
antes of Grundmund  were called  in. j by flre or by JumPlDS t0   the   stone
d although  they said  there was a ; pavement below,
remarkable   resemblance    they   were1     Of those who jumped    three    sur-
not positive.   Tbe chauffeur promised i vlved   whiie the others were crushed
to  produce positive  proof todav  and .,-.��.
brought    several    reputable   citizens Iout  of al!  human
who  convinced  the   police   that   th ^^^^^_    ^^
driver was Norman Cartledge, and street hy means of the stairways anil
that he had never passed under the ' two of the four .elevators with whicn
name of Grundmund. | ejuipped.    The
Mrs. Grundmund refuses to believe!
that he is not her husband. i mainder
_^^^^^^^^^_       semblance.    Somu
le'iOt the others managed  to reach the
_   re--
perished    miserably,    while
firemen  and  spectatoi s  raged  impot-
ently on the street powerless to    do
WOULD BURY DEAD B^^^   ��� 	
IN VACUUM  VAULTS  anything.
^^^ Beyond Human Aid.
Men  wept while others stormed to
Milwaukee,
search, neither sighting a signahThe  \eT}tU'n '? *'lllch !l wa,s���8hoy,'n that the
driver of an automobile deliberately
ran down a person on the street. 1
think the evidence shows a culpability
that cannot be passed unnoticed, and
on account of its grave features I will
have to impose a jail sentence."
Following these observations, an
order was made directing that Barde
Vie confined at the Linnton rockpile
fifteen days. Notice was given that an
appeal would be taken.
OLD  TREASURE   FOUND.
S GIRL GIVES CUTICLE
... lfl SAVE HliMOtEH
Oakland  Miss  Volunteers to   Undergo
an Operation  that Scalded
Youth  May Live.
tug  Hopkins, of  Sooke,    found    two
hatches.
Thirteen passengers had disembarked at Williams Head, about
twenty remaining on board. The
steamer carried some railroad iron
and trucks on her deck and this is believed to have shifted when the vessel
swung broadside to the seas.
Chief Officer Moore, of the William
Jolliffe, on the return of that vessel
at noon from her futile search, statej
that it was hts firm belief that within
twenty minutes after   the   ship   cap-,      ,-.     ��� -. -
sized  not  one of  the  persons  aboarl   Ruins of Old Manor House in Jersey,
was alive. I C. I., Give Up Secret.
"They would have had no chance,' London. March 26.���Treasure trove
he said. "If all aboard were good to the value of $1,250,ofm is reported
swimmers and had time to secure life fiom Jersey, where it was uncovered
belts, they could not last any length by Athelstan Riley while he was pull-
<4i UOit; in^Ji<* UiLhU> aaai.- la Uie tipt- i,,H- riov-n- the mins of-an old manor
; rips and cross currents a person house built in the thirteenth centurv
I would  be surely drowned." I with the object of using the stone io
Those known to have been drowned  enlarge his piesent house,
are: The     discovery     includes     ancient
J. W. Burns, aged 50. and Mrs. urns filled with spade guineas coined
Burns, his wie: George King Newton, during the reign of King Charles II.
aged 26, of ViMoria. surveyor; J. E. ami bearing the British arms on a
Henderson, a. ej 26, lineman; Captain spade-shaped shield. One urn bears
H. V. James, aged 27, master of the the monogram of Emperor Vespasian.
Sechelt; Hugh Young, engineer of the the Roman, who flourished in the flrst
Sechelt, belonging to Vancouver;     a  century.
fireman,  name  unknown,  two    deck-j  ���
hands  and  a  Chinese    cook. . Three .   ��� ���    ,__...,
others  at   least   are  known  to  have STORIES  LIBELLED  JAPAN,
been on the boat when shefoOndered
^^^^^^^^ March     26.���A    great 1  	
mausoleum large enough to hold 1000 and fr��. vainly endeavoring to do
bodies, which are to be sealed in something for those who were beyond
vacuum   vaults and  preserved  by    a  human aid.
new method, is planned for Milwau- Tbe huilding is a ten story structure
kee by the Socialist administration, located on the northeast corner of
which proposes to establish municipal Washington Place and Green street,
burial crypts. i Because of the fact that it is located
"There are many who do not be- iu what is known as tbe high pres-
lieve in cremation. Our method is a sure zone, where an unlimited supply
step between it and ordinary burial of water is always available, and its
and it is just as sanitary." said W. S. exterior was brick and stone, there
Halliday. secretary of the Wisconsin was only one fire escape on lt. TbaB
Mausoleum company, which has been was what is called an "inside exit"
organized by the Socialist promoters and only reached to the seventh floor,
to erect the new building. "Our The interior stairways were narrow,
method relieves burial of its abhorrent as they were seldom used,
features." I     The three upper floors of the build-
-������  ing   were   occupied   by   the   Triangle
Waist company, manufacturers ol
women's shirt waists, cloaks, etc. Tbe
lower floors were occupied by a miscellaneous collection of manufacturing firms. The Triangle company em-
I ployed 750    persons,    most    ot whom
j,    y ..   :        j vere women and girls.    As usual    hi
! fires  of  this  character,  the  majority
Manager of Nationals Wants to Know  0f the dead are women.
^^^^^^^^^ Blame on Building.
JOE CATTARiflCH IS
\NX10US NR K RtPU
Quick  If Westminster Team   Is Go-
ing  East  This  Spring.
Oakland, March 26���Seventy square
inches of skin have been given up by
19-year-old Amelia Carlson, of 14u;i
Chestnut street, to save the life of
her brother, Harold, 14 years old, who
on, native in politics, says   "I hold   suffered   ���'*   >^  l��%����.\     What happened on board can
p both hands for it.    The Cana<^  "f���    Swrf^ffiSfbvTr  He be���   be conjectured.    When the vessel   ar
iW��g will benefit much by the  ed at Fabiola hospital oj  ur. neiueii
, ,���   mort-ot  " ScholtZ.
i'e minister of finance received rJ    Young Carlson was scalded   on the
iSttLrSm WlltlaS  Alger, of the  left arm and hip when a ca dron of
WkKs_?2K a,u as foi. j boiling ^s^ar sison
ws'    "As -i Canadian manufacturer,1     A   younger   sistei,   Hilda    W����"
i  Sl,ice4 congratulations and   also 't^^J^SS.-M both
,,'���.' cnada will endorse what f��^��^^ffl��Z&
r^ionnoiLLi, the solicitor of the ,���_�� ^ ^ ^ ^ ope���U.��r,so,i' pingjeomp any, her --states^t. live,
least   thii ty   passengers   aboard.     As
the  crew  numbered  six   this    W.OUll
only
rlved at the quarantine station wharf
from Victoria thirteen men disembarked and those on the wharf state
that there seemed to be five or six
others seated in the cabin who were
making the trip to Sooke. The wind
was very cold and hail and rain
squalls prevailed.
Captain  Jarvis, of tlle B.  C  Ship-
Japanese Emperor Brands As False I coming, before making further efforts
Tales of Alleged Interference. j Wire answer. Joe Cattarlnlch, mana-
Washington, March 26.���President ger Nationals."
Taft was gratified yesterday to re-1 The Westminster officials cannot
celve from the Emperor of Jajan a move ln the matter until after the an-
message reciprocating the presidents nual conventon tomorrow in this
expression of good will and friendship city, when the delegates will vote
toward Japan, made to the Japanese on the .question. Those in the
ambassador,   Baron   Uchida,     several   east are apparently  In the same dl-
The --i^aiy-H^ia^tt^kif^t^iJi*,^^..
placed  squarely  on the city  bviildinj.
department by    Fire    Chief    Croker.
While directing the work of the army
,.      , .    .        , ____. __ _.    .. ,,        of firemen called out by three alarms,
.^a.la^e.hour.last ni?ht.th.e follor he said to the United Press:
"I   know  there  were  no  real    flre
escapes.   For years I have agitated to
have them placed on factoi y buildings,
but  no attention has been    paid    to
me."
It was   shortly   after   4:30   today
when fifty students in the Professional
School of New York university, which.
���  .   ��� ... .. .. .    _   fronts    on    Unive-sity    Place,    were-
TSLSSS*-^!^. E22?!ttelff!fli��!2?  startled by the cnsh of falling glass.
Instantly there was a rush to tbe
( streets nnd ns the youths reached the
street there they saw the flrst body
come sailing down. It was that of s.
girl, apparently not more than 17.
years old. Her clothing was on fire-
and as she struck the stone pavement
her head was crushed, the blood and
brains  scattering almost to the mill
ing telegram was received from the
officials of the National Lacrosse
club, of Montreal, with reference to
the proposed trip of the Westminster
club to the east: I
"As we forsee some difficulty in securing from the president of the N. L.
U. dates of 24 and 27 May, we would
like  to  know  definitely  from  you if
I   -i,
: lie    benefit    to    the    working  or four weeks,
lasses,    and    declares:     "Workmen
days ago.   Baron Uchida called at the lemma as the Salmon Bellies, insofar ..      - th    street
\Vhite House this afternoon and   de- as the ruling body is concerned. The Ten others Jumped
ed in person the Emperor's mes- players   of  this  city   have   signified j    Qne afte_    the    other>    ten
sage
more-
their  intention  of  making  the   long '     ~���d"VhUe the peopfe on the street
The Emperor's message In full ls.as ' Jo�����?>jt ** everything^ de^ends^ up- ^^Vheipless horror,
follows:
for   the   enemies   it
decided
ROYAL JEWELS.
to
to    Be
���ove   leclprocltjj	
(las made."
The  government   has
Seep   the   parliamentary   decks  Clear
Is week for further consl leratlon of
Iprocity and the voting of tbe nee-
sary   supplies.    All   other   govern
��, business has heen put aside and   gjjj"*,; deslm, t0 have posses-
Ex-King Manuel's Are    Said
Worth $3,500,000.
Lisbon, March 26.���The British government, through its legation In Lisbon, having informed the Portuguese
it   thut   King   Manuel    nnd
j bring the total up to thirty-six.   Tlr.v-
I teen  disembarked nt Williams  Head,
leaving twenty-three aboard, and    all
there were carried to a watery grave.
"To  the  President  of    the  on the attitude adopted by the B. C. L.
of   America���I   was  A. representatives.
United    States       ^	
greatly pleased to receive your very
kind message conveyed to me
through my ambassador in Washing-
1 was al-
, I
FOUR   MILLION  CHECK
FOR   MR.   ROCKEFELLER
New    York,    March    26.���John    D.
When the flrst piece of flre apparatus reached the scene, every window
on the eighth, ninth and tenth floors
was filled with shrieking men and
women, some begging for help, wliile
others  were praying.
The    eighth    floor    windows were
Thc unknown victims ifre believed to'ton. and I thank you for It  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
be men who were on    their way    to  ready well ~nJnce 10 the  false and   Rockefeller, John D. Archbold. Henry I     '^     out smoke an,,  flame, while-
seek emplovment at the construction  given  no  ciedence  toj��eT����� *,���   Tllf���rf, onH nther stockholders of the  frimell   in   them   were   both   women
.terial  progress  is  not
���   due to the opposition obstruc-
^oMh^r'own jewelry, the minister
SASKATOON CHRISTIANS
MAY UNITE FORCES
of public works has made an   nspec ^ ^^   WMh,ngton> in 18fl.
Uon 0f the treasure ehambei m or flv<j a(��0 she     ���   pu.
vaults at the W^^^Stti  chased by tbe Sechelt Steamship com
camp of the Canadian   Northern  Pa-   wicked  reports regarding Japan, but Tllford and other stockholders of th..
1 it was especially a source of profound Standard Oil company yesterday    re-
satisfaction   to   me   to  receive   from celved in their morning mall checks
you the assurance that the  relations for dividends on their stock.   The dls-
understandlng be- bursement amounts to $50,000,000, and
cific  railway  at  Sooke.
The Sechelt. which sailed out of this
port until February, was originally
named  tbe  Hattie  Hanson,  and  was
Saskatoon, March 28.���Initial steps
��� ln.-li mav result ln the union IOI
Van teal  purposes of the M��tbO��sU
dades, in which
crown  jewels and  personal valuable*
belonging to the deposed royal family.:
ln tbe Inventory taken are a unique
tahle service of silver, weighing more
than a ton, containing Manuel's crown
^*************a J*A~    1
(Continued on  Page Four.)
of amity and good	
tween our two countries were never
better or more cordial than at this
time. I um most happy to be able entirely to reciprocate that assurance.:
"Signed) MUTSUHITO."
s
of this amount John D. Rockefeller-
received the largest check, one calling for $4,050,000.
From 1882 to 1910, inclusive, the
Standard Oil company has paid ln
dividends     $710,000,000.     of     which
and men who, as they realized thoy
must choose between two modes cf
death, for the most part jumped.
The clothing on nearly every htxly
that struck the street was afire aud
in some cases before they Anally
dropped it had been burned almost
completely off.
The flrst engine company on tho
scene    rushed    with    a    canvas Ufa
nd Presbyterians of the city, are be- ftnd scept(>r of solid gold and studded
ng taken in the calling of a meetin. Jth   preclon8   stones    and   se e
.   the congregations of the two de- b)0(,k8 of vlrpi���    gold     the    largest
omtnations.    The  meeting  will    be welghlng forty-four PomjM.           istfl
eld  within    a fortnight.    Both    de- Th0 Kem 0f the col ection consists,
..munitions have heavy  building re- ^ .  8ftfe {ull of jewels
lulrements  this   year   and   both   aie  )s ,	
lipped flnunclally to undertftKe Mothcr Amelie. and
Village People Are Swindled
by Slick Lawyer in Jarvis
Jarvis,    Ont.,   March     26.���Excite-  are not credited on the books
amount " Rockefeller     has   received ^directly' under the main entrance
    along which ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I "Tilrtem belonging to the Queen   ment is at fever heat in this village  the payment.
5!?%X5eTaSd a necklace given  and viclnity over the disappearance of      Today  Mr.
$191,700,000.   In that time the net pro
fits of this great    corporation    have
been    $1,129,000,000.    which    is    an
amount  that would  pay  the debt of
any single nation, with the exception
, of six of those most heavily involved.
With the dividends paid    there    has
'"  been charged to the surplus account
ia,,,,���,. .    j- *n these years $420,000,000.    Of    this
U0U.r.n?.^c:?.lv!c.A.?e!:  surplus $314,000,000 has been accumu-
luipiwu uua.u*;*'**'* -v *���---���:-"      Motne.  ��...<=..��;. --- - ~    .   f Plirls    :    .   Murjocki for fourteen years a  sage from a firm ln Hamilton to whom lated within the last ten years
rovlde on a generous scale MM her ���y her   atlier, tne w i Q  j.    . barrister, respected citizen   Murdock is stated to be indebted to	
*",     Th��� .neltlaee is valued at *- practicing , . the extent ot $7000.   It is said another New   Preceptory.
'Worshipping    accommoda-
J^ematii'
lon, .
By joining forces in each of tne
hree natural divisions of the cit>,
he west side, the central portion and
n Nut ana, tho matter of overlapping
uld be dealt with    and the   m<Mt
lequate provision secured.
rhe  proposition  came  up at a re-
n '   meeting of Onice church  mem-
i, and  was presented  to the cov
regational meeting <>f '<nox      ,,   .
'  night, but was not  discussed at
'   gathering,    The  general  feeling
I In lhe matter will  b<* learned at u >-
Joint meeting und later at the separate
.ational meetings.
o-k^ n��eVlace'ls valued at ��i"",������ practicin���
The necklace �� , t,     treas.      d promlnent church worker here       ^^^^^^^^^
and the *1,��1* c���. ne8tiraated valu.      Murdock was last seen in fb�� vil-   flrm in Harrlston is a large, creditor,
chamber have an , ^ ^ ^^ ^    u wag ____,��� a
ure     j^^^_
of  $: .500,000.
^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_^^__   Bv .virtue of a warrant of the   su-
On ^Play following, Murdochs de-  preme  grund  master,  a new  precep-
and the captain ln charge shouto.1 tj>
those above to "keep cool and jumpi
one at a time."
All the available ambulances fn Uiu
city were rushed to the scene.
The majority of the dead are believed to be girls employed by a shirt
waist company, although many men
are among the victims.
QUEEN AS PEACEMAKER
IN FAMILY QUARREL
London, March 26.���Queen Mary is
. .        ��� finance authorizes  =��r*later before his absence began  parture. Mrs. Murdock sent to Toron-  tory qf Royal Knight Templars was In- ciedlted ^L-^-^StV&   ��c
The mlhlster of finance au ,attl-t attention.      Then   it   was  to for tbeir son and when he arrived,  a<igurated  in'this  city  on  Saturday,  making coronation   time apei uu^
- hnt a11 ,he VtUU ta aU,aCt nuenuon for g00d.   u,ev opened  the safe In  the   office.  w*en the Sir Knights of the Westmln-  domestic peacemaking in high cueiecj.
IXcrrr^^oved' to be the Private   learned  that  hei  had  gone, ^ ^^ ^^^^jj^-j. ^"^  -���"JJ JfiS of scop^, tortarJg
the members of tne   ^  Today^lt  is^esn is ��^ ^   gur_  ^^^  (o  ���ach)  .^^ tha_t the  inten at the ceremony.   There was tlvlty in that direction, for^omwticwy
property of  ws  ...- -
throned royal family will be returned
to them, and the remainder, such
crown  nnd  the  scepter
tbe
will
as
be
hurc-i   ,"��  "	
���,,. ���,   placed in the National museum.
  a	
        --        .               -    - IIUICIS    aa     .UI    ara,, a>...*r..j *        TllC^    WSS ,,,,.,    ...   -. r_..   .     ~f     ttlO I'.litlalV
rounding  country  out  of  a sum   of husband  and  lather  had  left Jarvis a large and influential attendance of tB hardly a specia.t>  or tne
monev  ranging from $25,000 to $70, not to return.   Another letter was ad- Ma80ns from Vancouver and  distant aristocracy.                                        f
00       bS   notes,   mortgages   and dressed to the rector of the Anglican polnt8 and the ceremony at the Instl-,    Among the cases sIngted    ont rar
hefts ot cold cash in amounts rang- church, severing his connection with tutlon was an Imoresslve one.   R.Em, reconciliation is tnat or t���
ng   from  $100  to  several   thousands the parish. Sir Kt. H. E. McDonald, of   Vancou- Duchess of Marlbo^uBh-   ^^ 3f ^.
��� n   -Jtaveh "6-The strike  ',4 iaid at the door of Murdock. Peo- So   far   Murdock's   creditors   have ver> who |8 this term the provincial year or two ^yeral peac.e���-��
Cinclnnnti. O.. M��"'   ;f'   _ZmtM,  ..! in this village alone, It is claimed, found little property on which to lay grand   prior, was  the  presiding offl- failed to heal the b"��cht,gt!,^r1^
of white firemen on the   Cincinnau,  pie mtnis viuaga ^  ^^     ^  .^^   hag  taken ^  ^ ^ ^ asslated by Em   g|_ Amerknn duciie8s and the owner oi
New Orleans and   'e^118/ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Firemen s
Strike  Ended. pioi \*M��..'T>tm*m*a.
THE DAILV>'EW&
^SATURDAY, MA ,cH 25
i
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t
r
f
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lrfsts. The kind
you have heard .so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Jdotbing so good that
is sold ffcr less money, lt has
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Nothing ?
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANGEV
Now is the
time to buy
Chums
at Cost
while our
Removal
Sale is on
JAMES & McClUGHAN
Corner Sixth and Front Sts.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:   Princess St
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorpdyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia SL
. New Westminster, B.C.
Rev.   O.  Glass,   superintendent    of ^
Lutheran  missions,  will    preach    in
Cunningham hall at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall.    "." . . **
See our window of %2*t suit specials.
A. S. Mills & Co., fil? Columbiaj
street. .    .,,, **
Mrs. Lashley Hall, a member of the
Vancouver Equality league, will address the regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U. in Queens avenue Methodist
church on Monday afternoon.
Ice cream on hand. Ira. A. Held, next
tram office.   Phone 310.   ',.>..        **
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. R: Pearse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Box 455. ������
A number of Vancouver Odd Fellows holding grand lodge office wero
in the city last night paying a fraternal visit to Royal City lodge No. 3,
members of Amity lodge being also
present.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening.
St. Patrick's hall. **
A snap. House and lot on Second
street, between Queensland Third
avenue. $3150. Gray 0. Gilchrist, 675
Columbia street.    Phone 505. **
Rev. E. G. Thopmson, of Knox
Presbyterian church, will preach tomorrow morning cn "A Lesson from
Faith from a Heathen Woman," and
in the evening on "Christ on the Sea."
MRS. G. CUNNINGHAM, JR.. 703
AGNES STREET, WILL CONTINUE
HER SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, INCLUDING A NEW
PLAYER PIANO. DUHING THE
NEXT  WEEK. **
The Alerts and a Columbian college
team will unofficially open the baseball season in tbis city this afternoon,
when they clash at Queens park in a
practise game. All members signed
on with the Alerts team are requested
to turn out.
Zamona. violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. ���*
W.   Anderson,  a  passenger  on  the
B. C. E. R. Chilliwack line, had an
ankle broken yesterday evening when
two cars bumped together near Lake-
view station. A few other people suffered slight bruises.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. ���*
The subjects of Rev. A. dell. Owen's
sermons at St. Paul's Reformed
Episcopal church tomorrow are:
Morning, "Bllsha Under the Children's Mockery": evening, "God's All-
suffiriency Under Trial." The weekly
prayer meeting will be held on Wednesday at the residence of Hugh Burr,
Queens avenue.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. **
Tonight nt the Pythian skating rink
a match at roller hockey will be
played against Nanaimo. This will be
the first appearance of the visitors i.i
this city and as they come with a
lengthy string, the match should be
an interesting one. The teams will
be five aside, and the match is due to
start at a quarter after nine.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. **
The rumor that the Flyer had been
sunk at Ruskin turned out to be unfounded as Mr. Gilley returned to
this city yesterday wiih tlie statement that his craft had met witli
nothing more serious than a collision
with a snag. The tug was in local
waters yesterday apparently none the
worse  for  her  "terrible  disaster."
At 6:30 this afternoon a large party
of young people from this city will
journey to Vancouver by special car
to attend a Flower Dance to be held
in Lester hall. It is requested that
those from New Westminster wear a
pink carnation, that bein.s; the Royal
flower. Chaperons have been arranged
for, and the car will leave Vancouver
at 12:30, the return fine being 60c. A
very enjoyable time is anticipated. **
This afternoon the funeral of
Charles Eastman, who dlfed on Thursday in Vancouver, will be held in Uiis
city. The remains will be brought
from the Terminal Ctty on a special
car and from there wl.l-liu conveyed
to Holy Trinity church, where a service will take place prior to the interment in the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Uev. Mr. Clinton will conduct the services at half past two o'clock.
Tbe weekly organ recital to be
elven ln St. Andrew's Presbyterian
church this afternoon will ba
composed of the following numbers:
Grand offertoire in D., Baptists.
Chorus of Angels, Scotson Clark;
Serenade (.Miss Laird, vocalist), Percy
Elliott; Allegretto Grazioso, Berthold
Toms; Gavotte In B. 'flat, * Handel:
Serenade, Sclmhert; Andante and Allegro, F. E. Ilache.     ;���
"A Divided Church" and "What Is
Salvation" are the subjects of Rev.
F. S. Okell's sermons at Sixth avenue
Methodist church tomorrow.
On and after April 1 all union
barber shops will close at 7:30, Saturdays 10:30. Hair cutting 36c, razor
honing 50c and work done outside
$1.00. ���*
Lots of fresh carnations at the market Friday, 35c a dozen. Davies &
Son, florist.   Phone 897. I   < **
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
���.,���������
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
Splendid Assortment of
New Jabots afid
Collars, 35c. each
One of the most complete assortments of Washable Neckwear
ever shown at the price in New Westminster. We gathered together a varied selection for this special occasion. Black and
white Paisley and pure white Jacobs, Collars, Bows, Stocks, Etc.
Special value.   Each  ; 35c
200 yards Corset Cover
Embroidery, 35c per yard
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL.
Fine Swiss Cambric and Muslin, Co/set Embroidery. New designs.
Allover Laces,
35c. per yard
A general clean-up of dozens of odd pieces of Valenciennes, Torchon and Oriental Allover Laces In White, cream and ecru, suitable for waists and yokes. Regular values Sue to $1.00. Special
to  clear,  per  yard 35c
Colored
Shirtwaists
$1*00
eac/i
Print, Gingham
md   cha
Bliuees In white and black, b^
and   white,  n
a   wide   variety  0f strl
^^ ambray
and bia
1VJ aud white, i���
_____________________ '"'s and
chocks.    Waists    -,
" I'laln
tailored stvles win, ,  ..
* "te at ,|)e
back, long sleevei  md turn ove,1
detachable collar ,,,, ,,w ^
Bizes- K;u'" Ms-
Tailored
Waists
$1*75 each
White Linen and . ,, Wa,|t|
with tucked fronts, line, collar,
and cuffs; neatlj ��� llored; ar
sizes.    Each      j, ���
Remember, we
have a full
line of    	
Green Vegetables
.always onharjd
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
20 dozen Hemstitched
Pillow Slips, 50c. per pair
40, 42, 44 and 46 Inch whit.- Cotton Pillowslips, nicely hem-
stitched. Value such as this is seldom possible. Be sure you ar..
here early to secure what you  need.    Per pair    50c
^ _ _
5 dozen pairs of Bed
Sheets, $1.95 per pair
English Cctton. exceptionally good <|iiallty, line even plain weave,
2  by  2\*.   yards.    Laundered   ready for use.    Our   .pedal priie, per
 b^^H_^_______________________i ....'
Women 9s
Aprons
Complete,
New Assortment
White and Colored Prints, Glna
hams, Lawns, Mus Ins, Linen,
etc., in Princess oi I elted styles.
with or without ��� ... Kach
75c, $1.00 and  $1.25
Children s
Wool Dresses,
$1,95 each
Plata and Plaid Ch in bray, als..
striped Galatea, school dresses,
all colors, good fui: i et iin
boys' Buster Suits In I.lnen.
Crash, Oalatea or Drill, in
white, navy, sky, tan. ��it:..
bloomers.   Each  . :
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
DIED.
KASTMAN���AT     S45     BROADWAY,
Vancouver, on   March  23,  1911,  C
P. Fust man, only child cf Mr. i nd
Mrs.   C.   P.  Kastinani  aged  twenty-
one years, late of- th's city.
The  funeral   will   take  place   from
the above residence at  1 p.m.  today,
by  special   B.  C.   B. .R. car,  to  Holy
Trinity    church,    New   "Westminster,
thence to I. O. O. F.  cemetery, Sap-
BO$N
-F,
!RVINl��-/rO MR.'A^JStT'lS^'tVINE,
of the Colony Farm, Mount Cociuit-
lam, a boy, on Friday, March 2*i.
: ���    ���������    -...'��       :.' -*'",!*���''
New Modern
Home
For one week only we can offer a new modern house before the
advance in price takes effecit. The location Is very desirable; only a
minute's walk to tram line anil In the centre of a rapidly develojing
locality. Many blocks of cement pavement have recently been com
pleted; extensive street improvements are planned for this summer
and a dozen houses are now tcider construction.
As you enter this home yo-i step into a cosey reception hall, to
the left is a pretty, restful pai lor well lighted by alcove windows.
Next comes a comfortable dining room, cheerful, bright and homelike. Both of these rooms have handsome three light electric fixtures,
controlled by switches.
The kitchen and pantry are both large enough and have all the conveniences that ma-.e house wont pleasant. Upstairs there arc thres
bright, airy bedrooms, each leading off from a hall, where a stove
gives warmth to every room. There are two clothes closets and separate bath and toilet. ...t.
The basement is large and as the house was planed for a furnace
one may be installed at minimum ��ost.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY PRICE
$2750
Terms, $600 cash; balance
monthly payments.
F.Lffart & Co.. Ltd.
Ntev* Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA) .cfflLLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
������������MiWBEWMWWBg'rg^jrsr!? ;r 7 .m tkv-,-��1
Interurban Time Table
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH. ���
Train leaves New Westminster for  Vancouver:     E, 5:50, 6:20,   6:Wi
7:20, K and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.in.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave  New  Westminster for  Vancouver at  6, '.. 8 and ,u:'
half hour until 11 p.m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave Ni # Westminster for  Vancouvei    al    " -1'   ���"''
11 ISO a.m., and 2:20 p.m.
LULU   ISLAND.   CBURNE-WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains  leave   New   Westminster for Vancouver al  ~'i\ and every DOW
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at   Kburns Junction r<'i  StevesH
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for  Vancouver at  S n m. Md 8ven
half hour thereafter up to 11  pm.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To  Abbotsford  only���Leave  New Westminster 4:1 T> pin
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9 a.m. nnd 6:05 p.m.
B. C Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Are You Aware
that electric power Is available from our mains, which now extend-
in addition to branch mains���from tlie west end of the city sloW
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Urunette
stieet to the llrunettc river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible the adopti in of OUf
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service may be made at the company', local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancouver,
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
.   LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
!
Wiring  Inspection
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Mr. H. Humes, electric wiring Inspector, has requested us to notir)
residents  and   building  contractors within the municipality ol l"""'
by, that application for Inspection   of   wlrlug   mav   he  made at"
Homer street, or nt the Lighting Company's office, Vancouver, a* "
or nt the Municipal Hall, Hurnayb.
No Service Connections Can Be Made by the Company Unless
Wiring Certificates Is sent in to us.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT. PORT MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
VOLUME G, NUMBER 19.
Indian agent is
about to retire
C. McDONALD TENDERS HIS
RESIGNATION AFTER LONG
AND USEFUL SERVICE���SUCCESSOR   NOT  NAMED.
NEW  WE8TMINSTER
has
de-
as.
ap
Indian Agent R.  C.  McDonald
kndered   his  resignation   to  the
art ment   of  Indian   Affairs,   and
son as  his  successor  has  been
bmted he will step out of office.
|.Mr. McDonald has been connected
li ibis branch  of the civil service
IT many years, and during that time
bus accumulated a fund of expert-
1  1 bat has often stood him in good
id  in dealing  with the perplexing
-lion that aie daily cropping up in
Unection with the administration of
lan affairs.    The district in which '
McDonald holds sway can provide
c work for the agent���in the opln-
nf that  official���than   any  other
e  in   Canada.      While   in    other
es the number of Indians has been
uiily   diminishing,   that   has    not
en so  noticeably  the  case  in   this
Jvlnce.    It   naturally   follows   that
more Indians tbe more questions'
WILL NAME DELEGATES TO
C0NVEN1I0N NEXT WEEK
Liberal   Executive  Calls  Meeting   for
Friday,  April   7,  When  Representa-
tives Will Be Chosen.
,i,t m*ft,n8 of the Liberals of this
on Friday, April 7, when delegates
and alternates to tbe nominating con
ventlon to be held here o0 April 21
be elected
NO ONE ESCAPED
fROM SECHELT WRECK
SEARCH PARTIES FAIL TO FIND
ANY SURVIVORS OF DISASTER
TO LITTLE STEAMER-FROM
17 TO 26  DROWNED.
WELSH LIBERALS ARE
THREATENING REVOLT
will
Victoria,      March     26.���Only
hatches were found  to indicate
two
BILL TO SEPARATE CHURCH AND
STATE IN WALES NECESSARY
TO HOLD THEM IN LINE���NO
TIME TO BE WASTED.
HAMILTON WOMAN PICKS
WRONG MAN FOR HUSBAND i
Th_   .    ------ | ���  .-Uuu  iu muicaie    tne
In* w��- a    .? . lhe prelimlnar>- meet-   fate of  the  steamer    Sechelt   which
S^sTc^o* X^Sn0^ Ca?8lZed aDd Went d��W" ^V-S
SeS'^IeU0  be0lnngSoS10en,,ra,'St,,e "^
be provided to re- 26.   The onlvVs   ���?t fr��m 17 lo
Agates who may; boat.   A   ��    .,""..   as.ke]Jt on    ^
b'lve43,^"1;11-    The lntention ta'to'no
have   twenty-four   delegates
len alternates will
Place any of the delei;'
probablv he inatrunla/i    ""'hult!''  W11L     Indians who
man   for K2l���^ 7ofZZ\f��"* P"?". '"* wife ��* ��=��*
honors,  but  it  is  possible   a   second  ���    > W ihWCh Foint' tlie
choice  will   be  named.      Su rev   will  J����? ent,rance l0 Be��ch�� Bar. we e
support John Oliver, with George KeS4hfsteamer K  "^ t0ld  ��f Seein��
ii"   -te.imei   three miles off t"
London, March 26.���Only by giving
the J a definite promise to bring in a bill
for the separation of church and state
in Wales, early next year, has Premier
Curious Case of Mistaken  Identity Is
Cleared  Up,  But   Deserted  Wife
Par From Satisfied.
Is
yesterday.     Last   week   Mrs
EIRE IN NEW VORK
APPAUNG HOLOCAUST
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY LIVES.
BELIEVED LOST IN BURNING
OF FACTORY���GIRLS LEAP TO
INSTANT DEATH.
I   f.
Grun.l
up I
ier bsdoDl *t_*����raL**   d-��"ed   D
warrant was issued,
25.���Criminal:
Indians who witnessed the disaster,
fi ]      V    I     ior Uo       1.1 ;r .      - *
Asquith staved off a revolt among the I and when Mr    Scott
Welsh Liberals.    It is the demand of\f\ U!eatre-  Mrs.  Qr'undmund "����_.
Wales for the disestablishment of the I The cllauffeur  as   her    h���aw���i
church that makes the prlncipalitv '
overwhelmingly Liberal at every election. Yet over and over again the
more clamant Irishmen have extracted benefits while Welshmen have had
to wait empty handed.
New    York,    March
, <"��� some time ago, but Tin^7'^'1"^^^ ����8t the lives of a number
ack in ilamilton driving a ca^Jj       ,Wage earners estima^    by    tha
���'��� Scott, K. c.   A warrant ��" ,���.!J'   P��lic* at 150 today.
Trapped on the top floor of a burning   factory   building,
the  most  modem
man protested so vigorously that 1 ��
See tV5-"^J.b>, W0I^n that the U��n
supposedly   of
fireproof  construe-
more than half a thousand per-
ancesT o'ruSm,". ,SeVeral ac��u^ I . ^ ^ ** Ch��iCe ��f probable de^l,
and a.lS, nt���ri.t,dether:Hed  *' ' " * JUmping t0   lhe    �������
remarkable   rtSSL,' ���i the,re was  a   Pavement below.
nedy as second choice.
n.
the
Iholic,
���di
delegates will come imtartnwtod : T *ntr![Rce ,0 Iieecber Bay, where
Delta has not yet appointed SSes __��� 8WUng With lie:" beara to *��� wind.,
and Richmond, Dewdney and Chilli-'' tuciZttJ^ by tW�� seas ln **��* '
wack have yet to be heard from. I __SM?-   **?* ?ver  on   ����  star-
���  board 8lde-    She righted    and    went
FIELDING  "HELD  UP" .V?,r  agaln'   ����in8  down     while    the
I   I Indians watched.    They saw no sign
Indian   agent   has .not   Police Guard  Now Accompanies  Min I ��f Ilfe afterwards.
���en named, but an appointment        ister of Finance After Sessions       '     T!le Indian    ran    ,0    the    nearest
robably be made  within a cou-      Ottawa,     March     26.-A    startling   *etl er'8 1)OU8e.. two miles awav, and
weeks.   Uuwritten lay demands | rumor Is goinc ronn-i t.10 ibm2!-    Ji  Parker' a 8e����e''. rode on  horseback
ROCKPILE FOR AUTOIST.
settled,
future
Business Man Must Break Stones, Not
Pay Fine, Says Judge.
Portland, March 26.���The first S3nt-
ence ever imposed on a reckless auto
mobile  driver  in  Portland  was    pro
of those who jumped
resemblance    thev   were 1
not positive.    The chauffeur promised I   T', ""^ W"�� JUmpe;1    three    �����������
b o _��hdtUC:. vP0SlfiVe Pr��0f ���* and   Vhed' Wb"e the ��*e��� were crushed
who  convive? ther��fUnl,)le,,Citizens'0Ut  ��f  a"  hUman  "Glance.    Soute
Mm��,SWAPSSto2?  :!!:!te.��ta ���^  to reach 2
;��"1 j street by means of the stairways and
,1       ,1      Cartle.lge
that he had  never passed  under the  .
"aire of Grundmund. ine. two of the four .elevators with whim
tAVnW^Z.10 be"eve - bUlldinS Was eiuipped-   The
nounced yesterday morning bv Muni-'wnm r% ��TT7I '	
cipal Judge Tazwell, after a long trial UL�� BURY DEAD
mainder
Indian  agent  be  a
tbis custom having been fol
26.���A
rumor is going round the lobbies    of
Roman   the House of Commons to the effect
,   .. !en fO' I 'hat  one  night  not    long    ago  Hon
I almost from time immemorial.; William Fielding was "held up" bv a
majority of the Indians being of man   on    Metcalfe   street   and    his
hornan Catholic religion feel freer   pockets  searched   with  the object  of
isslng   their   troubles   with a   discovering certain
papers relating
to the reciprocity negotiations.
j The rumor could not be confirmed,
but it received a certain amount of
corroboration in the fact that once
again there sat in the public gallery,
as there has sat for the last five days,
a plain clothes man of Dominion
police, whose duty it has been, and is.
to see that Hon. William Fielding
reaches his home in safety.
It  may  be only  a coincidence, but'
^_  the fact remains that the finance min-
j ister  has  his  protective  guard  ever.-1
\t.-uvh 26.���Day by day the   nipht when he leaves the Hill for hls
reciprocity   agree-   house on Cooper street.
of their faith, while he, on  tho
hand, is often better able to un-
md   llis  charges   than   could   a
stant.
Iss N   M. McDonald, who has been
Wgrapher   in   her   father's   office
some time, has also tendered her
���nation.
to Reid's settlement, four miles away
Thence a telephone message was sent
to the Williams Head quarantine station. A launch was sent to Victoria
and the tugs William Jolliffe
Made     started     on     an
and
ineffectual
in which many witnesses were testified that L. B. Barde, a member of
the firm of M. Barde & Co.. implement
and machinery dealers, had deliberately run down H. H. Duff, the afternoon
of March 14.
"Since I have been on the bench,"
said Judge Tazwell, "this is the first
case that has been brought   to my at
re-
perlshed    miserably,    white
���en a1d spectators  raged impot-
ently on the street powerless to    do
March
N^VACUUM VAULTS I anything,
Beyond Human Aid.
Men wept while others stormed to
fro,   vainly   endeavoring   to     do
something for those who were beyond
human aid.
Milwaukee, March 26.���A great
mausoleum large enough to hold 1000
bodies, which are to be sealed in
vacuum vaults and preserved by a
new method, is planned for Milwaukee by the  "
and
search, neither sighting a signal The ,entIon ln which it was shown that the
tug Hopkins, of Sooke, found two driver of an automobile deliberately
hatches. I ran down a perscn on the street.    I
Thirteen passengers had disem- ,hink the evidence shows a culpability
barked at Williams Head, about that cannot be passed unnoticed, and
twenty    remaining    on    board.    The  on account of its grave features I will
Socialist    administration,  Jat^^h^Sea^co^?^
--iai cP,rvpPrS t0 eStabU8h mUDiCipal   Washington  Piace  and   Green ftre^
���Th.i SS many   who   do not   be-1 * ��� ��' ^ ""* ^ tt * l�����*
i'l   RECIPROCITY   FOR
ENEMIES IT HAS MADE
have to impose a jail sentence."
Following these observations, an
order was made directing that Barde
be confined at the Linnton rockpile
fifteen days. Notice was given that an
appeal would be taken.
GIRL GIVES CUTICLE
awa
arlty   of   the
is growing. Hostile interests
. sought to stampede the govern-
by noisy opposition have spent
1 Ives. The voice of the people
provioces is now being heard 111
iskets of letteis, telegrams and
as. 11 wn pi. i������iMi��iHf mi***
I enthusiastically endorsing the
sal. Toronto weekly papers,
h liave had correspondents tra.-
.: o\ar tlie province, last night
a led   that   the   Liberals    would
.ii  seats ln Ontario as the re-
1 the reciprocity agreement,
mj  fruit men in the Niagara dis-
\win  joined   the  deputation   of
est   three  weeks ago  give   news-      Oakland, March 26���Seventy square
ir  interviews   stating    they   wero   inches of skin liave been given up by
aken and th��t the fruit Industry j 19-year-old Amelia Carlson,    of    14o��
benefit    A. B.  Rogers, the larg J Chestnut street, to save the    life    of
Ifrult fanner In the district and a
native in politics, says: "1 hold
ith hands for it.    The Canadian
steamer carried some railroad iron
and trucks on her deck and this is believed to have shifted when the vessel
swung broadside to the seas.
Chief Officer Mooie, of the William
Jolliffe, on  the  return  of that  vessel -
at noon from her futile search, stated
that it was hts flrm belief that wlthiftl
twenty minutes after   the    ship   cap-, r_
sized not  ond of the persons  aboard'Ruins of Old Manor House in Jersey,
was alive. I c. I., Give Up Secret.
"They would have had no chance,'' London. March 26.���Treasure trove
he said. "If all aboard were good t0 the value of (1,250,000 is reported
swimmers and had time to secure life   from Jersev   where it was
burial crvpts.
"TI
lieve in cremation. Our method is a
step between it and ordinary burial
and it is just as sanitary," said W S
Halliday. secretary of the Wisconsin
Mausoleum company, which has been
?ogericf !hetbLw��Cif f,H-Pr��m0t,r3   ^ ��n,y reacbed to the sleuth tto^r.
to  erect    the    new    building.     "Our   The  interior
what is known as the high pressure zone, where an unlimited supply
of water is always available, and its
exterior was brick and stone, there
was only one fire escape on it. This
was  what  is  called  an  "inside  exit"
OLD TREASURE  FOUND
they  could not last any length  by Athelstan Kiley while he was pull
stairways  were  narrow,
as they  were Eeldom  used.
The three upper floors of the building   were   occupied   by   the   Triangle
Waist    company,    manufacturers    ot
women's shirt waists, cloaks, etc. The
lower floors were occupied by a miscellaneous   collection   of   manufacturing firms.    The Triangle company employed "50    persons,    most    of whom
1 were women and girls.    Ab usual    in
., . .,  _       ,    ,., hies  of  this  character,  the majority
uncovered   Manager of Nationals Wants to Know   0f the dead are women.
method relieves burial of its abhorrent
features." 1
JOE CATTAfflMOl IS
1   ��,lo../,.l     aim.,. ��li,     ������>     *. W ���     ->ta ���     L..lut_	
Blame on Building.
Oakland  Miss Volunteers to  Undergo
an  Operation that Scalded
Youth  May Live.
rips and  cross    currents    a    person  house built in the thirteenth centurv I
j would be surely drowned." I with the object of using the stone lo
Those known to have been drowned enlarge his present house. |
are: j     The     discovery     includes     ancient
j    J. W. Burns,   aged   50,   and   Mrs.  urns filled with spade guineas coined'
Burns, his wile: George King Newton, during the reign of King Charles II.
! aged 26, of Victoria, surveyor; J. E. and bearing the British arms on a
j Henderson, a. ed 26, lineman; Captain spade-shaped shield. One urn bears
j H. V. James, aged 27, master of the the monogram of Emperor Vespasian.
Sechelt; Hugh Young, engineer of the  the Roman, who flourished in the first
Sechelt,  belonging  to  Vancouver;     a  century.
fireman,  name   unknown,  two    deck-! "   	
ing East This Spring.
STORIES   LIBELLED  JAPAN.
the
fol-
ri .\\(.Ts will benefit much by tbe
market."
e minister of finance received a
Bapi   from  William  Alger, of
ii   Knitting  Mills,  Alton, as
"As a Canadian manufacturer,
end sincere congratulations and
pel Canada will endorse what you
|c- dune."
G, o Donnohu, the solicitor of the
nd   Labor    congress    writes
n
tarlB  ..   ... ,.
ulable    benefit    to   the    working
and    declares:     "Workmen
reciprocity   for   the  enemies   it
made."
he   povernment   has   decided
p  the  parliamentary   decks
seta for further ronsi leratlon of
Deity and the voting of the nee-
supplies. All other govern
business has been put aside and
iii lal progress ls not made it
1   due to the opposition obstruc-
hands  and  a  Chinese    cook. , Three
her brother, Harold, 14 years old, who   others  at   least   are   known  to  have
suffered   serious   burns   several   days  been on the boat when she foundered.'
ago.    The skin grafting was perform '     What happened on board can   only  Japanese
ed at Fabiola hospital by Dr. Herbert   be conjectured.    When the vessel   ar- Tales of Alleged   Interference.
Sclioltz 1 rived at the quarantine station wharf
Young Carlson was scalded   on the  from   Victoria   thirteen men   disem-
left arm and hip when a caldron of   barked and those on tbe w-harf state   celve from the Emperor of Jajan
boiling water was spilled on him.
A  younger  sister,  Hulda
 .1     V.���..    nlrlrt      na.r*    .if     Tll'Wl        IZiafWUt:     llll?     Mil'     I*'     a-lj.>****. .ill*      .. 1 i n s       ..........      ....,��...       -~
__  Uchida,    several
squalls prevailed.
Captain  Jarvis, of tlle B. C.  Shipping compnny. her owner, states that
when she left Victoria there were at
passengers  aboard.    As
six  this    would
bring the total up to thirty-six.   Th!v
At a late hour last night the following telegram was received from the
officials of the National Lacrosse
club, of Montreal, with reference to
the proposed trip of the Westminster
club to tlie east: I
"As we forsee some difficulty in securing from the president of the N. L.
U. dates of 24 and 27 May, we would
Carlson,
also volunteered her skin, and at first
it was planned to take skin from both
girls, but it was found to be unnecessary. .     _   ,
As a result of tbe operation Carlson
is now out of danger.   His sister will
Emperor  Brands  As   False   coming, before making further efforts.
| Wire answer.   Joe Cattarinich, mana-
Washington.    March  26.���President   ger Nationals."
Taft   was  gratified  yesterday  to    re-1    The ��� Westminster   officials    cannot
a move In the matter until after the an-
that there seemed to be five or six message reciprocating the president s nual conventon tomorrow in this
others seated in the cabin who were expression of good will and friendship city, when the delegates will vote
making the trip to Sooke. The wind toward Japan, made to the Japanese on the question. Those in the
was very cold    and    hail    and    rain  ambassador.   Baron   Uchida,    several  east are apparently in the same di-
days ago.   Baron Uchida called at the   lemma as the Salmon Bellies, insofar
White House this afternoon and    de-  as the ruling body is concerned. The
signified I
like  to  know  definitely from  you tt front8    oa    University    PIace,    were5
you accept our proposition and intend startled b   the crash o{ fall]        ^
placed squarely on the city bulkUnts.
j department by    Fire    Chief    Croker.
I While directing the work of the army
I of firemen called out by three alarms,
he said to the United Press:
"I know there were no real flre
escapes. For years I have agitated to
have them placed on factory buildings.
but no attention has been paid to
me."
ft was   shortly   after   4:30   today
when fifty students in the Professional:
School of New York university, which,
on
Instantly there was a rush    to    tbe
streets and as the youths reached the
1 street there they saw the flrst body
come sailing down.    It was that of a.
girl,   apparently   not   more   than     17.
years old.    Her clothing was on flre-
and as she struck the stone pavement,
her head was crushed, the blood and
brains scattering almost to the middle of the street.
Ten Others Jumped.
One after    the    other,    ten    more-
sa^^^wia-aj-^^^-^.arjirj.,.	
or four weeks.
livered in person the Emperor's mes-  players  of this  city   bave
sage. ithelr  intention  of making  the   lonS jumped while the people on the street
The Emperor's message in full is as  journey,  but^ everything depends^ up-  gazed ,_ he,ples8 horr0r.
-*1-    ������������'-���' ���������***���*-* > When the flrBt piece of fire appara
tus reached the scene, every window
on the attitude adopted by the B. C. L.
A. representatives.
ROYAL JEWELS.
to
clear
to    Be
Ex-King Manuel's Are Said
Worth $3,500,000.
Llshon. March 26.���The British government, 'through its legation in Lisbon having informed the Portuguese
government that King Manuel and
Queen Amelia desired to have possession of their own jewelry, the minister
works has made an Inspec-
FOUR  MILLION CHECK
FOR   MR.  ROCKEFELLER
New    York,    March    26.���John
jckefeller, Jo
Tilford and other stockholders
D.
on the eighth, ninth and tenth floors
was  filled  with shrieking men    and
women, some begging for help, while
others  were praying.
The    eighth    floor    windows were
RKATOON CHRISTIANS
of public woiKs nas ju������ ��" -----   -   -   p    u      Washington, in 1891
tion of the treasure chambei  In    the  mn    at
25? ?! l!!^^yn r ���rS  Sed'bftbe Sechelt Steamship com-
���....._  'dudes   in which    are    deposit
MAY UNITE FORCES   ��*        e,g and  personal Valuable*
 ��� ' belonging to the deposed royal family. |
Saskatoon, March 26���Initial steps ,n the inventory taken are a unique
li mav result ln the union for table 8ervice of silver, weigh ng moie
Meal purposes of the Methodists ,han a ton, containing Manuel screw 1
Presbyterians of the city, are be- an(1 8cepter of s0Ud gold and studded
'aken In the calling of a meeting     ,th    prec.loua    stones,   and    se\er.u |
blocks  of  virgin    gold,    the    laigest,
weighing forty-four pounit.'
The gem of the collection consists
of a  safe full of jewels, along which
follows:     "To  the  President of    the
United States of America���I was
teerT disembarked at Williams Head, greatly pleased to receive your very
leaving twenty-three aboard, and all kind message conveyed to me
these were carried to a watery grave, through my ambassador ln Washing-
The unknown victims .Ire believed to' ton, and I thank you for it.   I was al-
',e remnt\VenteatnthethconsUu;tion give'n SfeSSSTl. ttJ fi* and Rockefeller. John D. Archbold, Henry I ^g ^S1b&' aid. flaine, white
���Ttl eTanadhn Northern pT- w eked ?e,orts.regarding Japan, but Tilford and other stockholders of tho ����_../ ,��� them were both womea
camp of the Canadian  Noithe.r.     a ( ton ���P^��     %ourc| ot profound  Standard Oil company yesterday   re-  &nd men wh(.   as they reallzed they
to  me  to  receive   from  ceived In their morning mail checks mugt choose between two modes   of
for dividends on their stock.   The dis-  death   for the most part jumped,
bursement amounts to $50,000,000. and,     The' ciothing on nearly every body"
of  this  amount  John   D.   Rockefeller  that gtruck the street was afire and
received the largest check, one call-  Jn _ome cage3    before    they    finally
Ing for $4,050,000. I dropped  it  had been  burned almost
From  1882 to 1910, inclusive,    the completeiv 0ff,
cific railway at Sooke.
The Sechelt. which sailed out of tbis
port until February, was originally
named  tbe   Hattle  Hanson,  and   was
(Continued on Page Four.l
satisfaction
you the assurance that the relations
of amity and good understanding between our two countries were never
better or more cordial than at this
time. 1 am most happy to be able en-
tlrelv to reciprocate that assurance.
'  -signed) MUTSUHITO."
Ithe congregations of the two de-
jnlnations, The meeting will be
Id within a fortnight. Both declinations have heavy building re-
rements tbis year and both are
111 equipped financially to undertake
1 pmvlde on a generous Bcale for a
ItemaUc  worshipping    accommoda-
Joining forces in  each of    the
natural    divisions of the    city,
west side, the central portion and
Village People Are Swindled
by Slick Lawyer in Jarvis
Standard Oil company    has paid    ln The  flr-gt ���ngine  company on  the
dividends     $710,000,000,     of     which gcene    ru8hed    with    a   canvas Ufa
amount     Rockefeller     has   received Mt dlrectiy u���der the main entrance
$191,700,000.   In that time the net pro- &nd th_ captain ln charge shouted ta
fits of this great    corporation    have thoge above to ..keep cool and jumi.
been    $1,129,000,000,    which    is    an one gt . Ume..
amount that would pay  the debt of,    An the avaiiable ambulances fn tins
any single nation, with tbe exception cUy were ,.u8hed to the scene,
of six of those most heavily involved. The maj0rity of the dead are be-
Wlth the dividends paid    there   has Heved t0 be girls employed by a skirt.
Jarvis,    Ont.,   March    26.���Excite- are  not credited on the books with  been charged to the surplus account walgt corapanyi although  many  menr
u .h^'ildem belonging to the Queen  ment ls at tever heat in this village the payment.                                             ln these years $420,000,000.    Of   this are among thc victims.
��� ihor Amelie  and a necklace given  and vicinity over the disappearance of      Today Mr. Bourne received a me*  8urpiu8 $314,000,000 has heen accumu-  _	
.     V.Jw father the Count of Paris,  j   Y. Murdock, for fourteen years 0,  sage from a firm In Hamilton to whom lated withln the last ten years. ���,.,..,.,.
Th�� necklace 'Is valued at $200,000  practlclng barrister, respected citizen   Murdock is stated to be indebted to                 . 1  QUEEN A8 PE��C5J^^RQUARREr
If, p^hole contents of the treas- ^__ prominent church worker here.      the extent of $7000.   It is said another                    New   Preceptor.. in FAMILY QUARRt-
1   mber have an estimated value      Murdock. was last seen in thS vil-  firm in Harrlston is a large creditor.\    qv.virtue of a warrant of the   su-
"f%3 500 000.                                    ,    .' lage two weeks ago.   lt was nearly a      On Friday following, Murdochs de-  preme grand master a new precep-
The minister of
fin
���..,��., ...��� ��f - -    - -. -       -     -    ..,-....- .--.      .   -  -   -    London, March 26-Queen Mar,��� te-
anee authorizes  wee1l iater before his absence began  parture. Mrs. Murdock sent to Toron- t0ry qf Royal Knight Templars was ln- credited with the ambitious proj.ci o.
....... ... v     ~a.a���.    ,.... v... ~,    .   ...... v   ���           tor.    VL  I\U)lll  runs....   ��c...r.��.��   ������-- ���      I'imivu   ...... ��� -
\,,.;.'',,,r7,,^'^nirfi'r of overlapping  .. * "X-T^nt that all the valuables  to attl.act attention.      Then   It   was  to for their, son and when he arrived,  a��gUrated  In  this city  on Saturday,  maklng coronation   "me a pei 10a   01
h.ll"be dealt witli    and Ihe    most J��**S�� prove J to be the private  lelirned  that he had  gone for good,  they opened the safe In the   office. Xn the Sir Knights of the Westmln-  domestic peacemaking in high^clrcle^
luate provision secured.
ri'be proposition came up at a re-
kn   meeting of  Grace church  mem-
3, and was presented to the coi-
at tonal   meeting  of  Knox  churcn
ui .lit, but was not discussed nt
gathering.    The   general  feeling
the matter will be* learned at tb.
it' Is
ae~
estlmated  tbat  be   has There, it }s,said,.they found a letter ster  Jodpe  entertained   the   visiting There Is plenty of scope tor her
>""������������'���..���, family wRl be returneu done ti,e  people of Jarvis and   sur- addressed  to  each,  stating that the fraters at the ceremony.   There was tlvlty ln that direction, for dotnes----^
thronea ro              ,.'emainder, such as  round|ng   country  out  of  a  sum   of husband  and  lather  had  left Jarvis a ,arge and influential attendance of |8 hardly a specialty of the    Britiaiif
h      Town and  the scepter,  will  be  money ranging from $25,000 to $70, not to return.   Another letter was ad- Masons  from Vancouver and distant aristocracy.
1      i m the National museum.         j 000,      Bogus   notes,   mortgages   and dressed to the rector of the Anglican points and the ceremony at the Instl-,    Among tbe cases  singled    our ior
P'acea 1                I thefts of cold cash In amounts rang- church, severing his connection, with tutlon was nn impressive one.   R. Em. reconciliation Is that of the Duke ana.
Firemen's Strike Ended.            | lng- from  $100  to several  thousands the parish. sir j<t. H. E. McDonald, of   Vancou- Duchess of Marlborough.   In the-piuat.
Cincinn
��ti O   March 26���The strike are laid at the door of Murdock. Peo-   ' So   far   Murdock's   creditors   have verj wi10 is this term the provincial year or two several peacemakers have-
Cinclnnatl,  ,,ie m this village alone, it is claimed,  found little property on which to lay  Erand  prior,  was the  presiding  offl-  failed to heal the breach between Uie
it meeting and later at the separate    , whttc nremen on the
k>..rational meetings. .   New Orleans an.l Texas Pacific rail   have  lost  $16,000.
Tin
ig ational meetings. ,   . ew um=��"��     ��� ���,���i,�� nftpn
Mew  of the proposed  union  of  road WBB declared oft last Wfht""^!
Murdock    was    secretary    of
their  hands.    The  bailiff  has  taken
the  charge of the household  goods   and
there are several parcels of land in
s
I churches  is timely  and signlfl- Lo.omottve Foremen"Ynd Englnemei,  from non-resident pupils.   The pupils howevte, are believed to be   heavily
II uiurcnes is timeiy uu      .      1 a��d "he general manager of the road.   g0t receipts, but-It .0 .t^toa t^ai tuey mortg��|ed.
1. "' 1   .".'""'   laV* M��tiindists in  "   ,������mmi   bad   been   signed   by  school board for several years and col- there ,are several 1
-���
cer, and he was assisted by Em. Sir American duchess and the owner of
Kt. .T. P. Wright, preceptor, and the of- Blenheim, for they have only been ra-
fleers of Columbia preceptory. Vancou- garded by the duchess as wetl-mean-
ver.    In the evening a banquet was ing busybodles.   With the klftg   an*
given to the brothers In the   Royal queen as pouters of oif on' tn'itfoJI
Cafe, covers being laid for over 100. waters greater succees ls loo'/.ed fot. I'. '
tttaft*.
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PAGE TWO
^���7*7* r^r^npcTH
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   MARCH 27
1911.
Wants
KELLINGTON & HENDRY'
FOURTH   street  and   Eighth  avenue-
very fine lot; only $650.
WANTED -- NIGHT WATCHMAN
having fourth-class engineer's papers.   Apply B. C. Milk Condensing
company.  Front street.
BURNABY.
lot.   Price
this.
Edmonds   Station,   large
$450.    Hurry if you want
WANTED���FURNISHED    BED,  SIT-'
ting room, for married couple, witli
good heating arrangements.   Apply
to M. N., P. 0. Box 29.
WANTED ��� ASSISTANT OR QI-
prover, at once. Apply Miss Davey,
milliner,  ill Sixth street.
BURNABY-
nue, only
er.
-Two view lots Third ave
$500 each; nothing cheap.
GOOD modern Six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3500. $600 cash,
balance over two years.   No. 62.
~ Fifth
price
GOOD six-room bungalow or
avenue, close In; lot 66x132;
$2650.    No. 76.
TRAMPS LIVE WITH
THE HEAD IN VAULT
CITY
Make  Themselves (Comfortable   Using
Coffins for Beds and  Funeral
Urns for Cupboards.
Industrial
two str, .-ts.
Site,
16000;
near
good
Roy
terms
1 avenue and Tenth Btreet
WANTKD ��� GENERAL SERVANT,
wages no object. Apply Mrs. Georgo
Adams, 732 Twelfth street.
FIFTH    STREET���Lot between
and Seventh avenues.   Price
WANTED ��� TWO     COMFORTABLY
furnished    rooms    for    gentlemen; |_	
Address   P.   O.   Box   JOS,! LOT on
FOURTH STREET���Near Durham, lot
facing west.   Price $87-6.
m.
close  ui.    -'������   --   -- ^h	
City. I     llne'
Sixth street, close in on car
$1200;  terms.
WANTED���LADY     WISHES     POSI-1
tlon. good    housekeeper   and    good
cook.   Apply Box 2, this office.
WANTKD���MUS.    RUNACRES,    HK-|
pairs clothing neatly, from a stocking to a silk dress.   rM
nue.
THREE   West   End
street.   Price   $57.'
balance monthly,
good  property on
lots on Montreal
each, $75 cash-
A chance to get
easiest terms.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
711 Queen ave-
and   A. is
Kootenay
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN,
to Hoyal City Dye Works.
APPLI
WANTKD TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, flve or six rooms. Must b.3
close in or near car line. Write,
giving price and particulars, "Careful." Daily News office.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone  630. New  Westminster
JOSEPH TRAVERS
cleared,
terms.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE TWO LOTS on Edinburgh street, all
care of two small children. Apply i cieared. Price only $16j00 on easy
307  Carnarvon street.	
WANTED-FIRST CLASS TROUSRUi
maker. Apply J. N. Aitchlson, Co-,
lumbia street.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver
si/..
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 07).
17:05���From  Vancouver.     (No.  96),
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:60���From Winnipeg and    Nicola.
I No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 07).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96).
17:50���To Agassi;', and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
Nyacl . N. V.. March 26.���Seekin
seclusion, iwo men, describing them
selves as tramp printers, made theli
home in a vauii m Rockland cemetery. They were discovered by Constable Nevln, and now thoir mail Is
addressed to the county jail, where
they were sentenced this morning by '
Justice of the Peace Bauer,
The men are said to have lived all
winter    iu  the    dark,    damp    rooni.j
measuring scarcely  ten    by  ton.    all
light     excluded     except     thai   which
sifted  through  the  heavy  grilled  iron,
door at tiie entrance.    Their bed was!
spread upon two coffins, and consisted:
of scraps of carpet.    Funeral urns, do ;
vised to hold floral offerings, afforded!
a storehouse for their food, and    the
single decoration on the    walls consisted  of  the    chiselled    Inscription,
"Rest   in  Peace."
Tlie men gave their names as
George Chambers and Micbeal Tierney. They struck Sparkill hist November, the latter told .lustice Bauer,
and when their funds gave out tlie.
sought the cheapest place to Bleep
and eat. When arrested Chambers
and Tierney were asleep, Hanked h*
a coffin on  either side.
Off Sixtli street, between Queens and Royal avenues
between two streets, with buildings thereon, $:!l'imi the two
cash.
lol 6Gxl3'i
two  lota
one-third
Princess sireet, between Second and Third strei-
48x1:12, $1400;   one-third  cash.
S,   1 Wll   |  ,
eacli
Third avenue and  Fourth street, modern house
$2800;   one-quarter cash,  balance over two years,
mi    66 fool    ],
Oak street, between  Fourth and Fifth avenues   and   Third
Fourth streets, cleared lot in this   convenient   location   co- l"il    lani'
one-third cash. BS&ft..--, " '     	
Cumberland
$lo per month.
street, lots 33x132
on  easiest   terms;   $���
0 (Iowa
Sapperton
Three lots between  Simpson und Walmsley street,
cash.    Will sell singly.
1-5 each:
Three lots, 66x132, on  Munday street, good location  $ir,o
one-third cash.
each ���
Open Saturday Night 7 to 10.
?
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LOTS on  Hamilton  street.
$900,  cn easy terms.
Price only j
WANTKD���AN OFFICE BOY FOR
real estate office. Apply Diamond
& Corbould, Lavery block.
ARK   A
OUR    SHINGLES
better than is necessary,
lay them cheaper.    Tliey
better roof.    Westminster
Ltd.    Call  860.    Box
prefer, order tbem
per through Small & Bucklin.
LITTLE
You can
make    a
Mill Co.,
1003.    If yoj
with your lum-
A GOOD  large  lot on
near   Queen's   Park.
Second  street,;
[Price   $1150; |
one-third   cash,   balance   arranged
This is only for a few days, as own
er is going east.
j H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOFLET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
LARGE   LOT  on   Eleventh   street,  all
cleared. Price $U'on, on easy terms.
FOR  SALE.
WE HAVE got
ranging from $:
the B. C. K. R.
lots in Sapperton
150 and up, close to
line to Vancouver.
FOR SALE
FOR     SALE���GREAT
Lulu Island, iu city limits, five acres
avenue  car  line, ten
terminus,    ah
facing Kwan
minutes from new
cleared, sidewalks and water
through propeity, $6000; one-.iu.mer
over two years. fc_
Powell  street, Van-
IF YOU want to get some good lots
come in and lorik over our lists of
property.
SNAP     ONi|WE HAVE 5 and 10 acre blocks near
Port  Mann, on easy terms.
You  might let us have your list of
property, as we can sell it for you.
cash,  balance
Murakami,  500
couver.
BEAUTIFUL
FOR      SALK���THAT
residential property on    Blackwood
least side), Armstrong ami Carnarvon Sts., 132 feet square, double cov-i
The  rapid expansion of busi- -. _.
will in a s'.-.ort time bring this
to the front as a business
, when its value shall in i
crease beyond present expectation.'
Only    $18,000;    cash,   $5000;    easy
terms; 7 per cent.   Also lots 2 and
3 of block U4, Burnaby, 1 1-5 acres,
opposite  Royal    Oak    hotel.    Near
tram line and on the projected highway to Mexico.    Its value must increase enormously with the opening
up of this international road.   Only
$.500;  one-third cash;  easy terms:
7 per cent.    Half usual commissio-i
on en"h pro; erty. D. D. Bourke, 1316
Carl', oo s'.ieet.    Phone R 482.
HOUSES.
SEVEN Roomed modern house, lot all
cleared  and  in   fruit,  close to  car
Price only  $2900, on easy  terms.
NEW   eight-room   modern   house,  just
finished.   Can be had on easy terms.
SIX-ROOM  house, close  in;   large
Price $2700, on  terms to suit.
lot.
ner.
ness
property
proposition,
EIGHT-ROOM, modern house, close to
car. Price $3250; $6u0 cash,, balance $20 per month.
SIX-ROOM modern house, new. Price
$2750; $750 cash, balance to suit
you.
FOR SALK���IN 10, 15 AND 20 ACRK
blocks, or mo-e to suit purchaser,
facing on Ya'.e road, near Coast
Meridian road. Price $160 per acre.
Kasy terms. A. B. C, Daily News
office.
FOR SALK���CHRAP, A FIR COUN-
ter 16 feet long by 2\_ feet, at I. A.
Reid, next Tram Office.
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FOR SALK���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
lugle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
TO RKNT���A FIVE-ROOM MODERN
bouse, bathroom, washhouse, wood-
house, etc., moderate rent. Enquire
813 Fourteenth street, above Eighth
avenue.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, lot 66x132, close
in.    Price $2500, on easy terms.
If you are wanting a home on easy
terms, it will be to your advantage to
see us before buying elsewhere. Come
in and look over our lists of houses.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703.    Residence L611.
Real  Estate   and   Insurance Agencies.
Auctioneers, etc.   Money to Loan.
Walker Block, Columbia  Street, New
Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
FOR   RENT���SIX   ROOMED  HOUSE
on Seventh avenue and Howler
street, $15 per month. Apply 1314
Cariboo street.
Owing to failing health I sliall dispose of my property on the tollowlng
easy terms, except where otherwise
siecifled: One-fifth cash, balance 6,
12, 18 and 24 months:  7 per cent.
CARIBOO AND FOURTEENTH STS.
���Rooming house with two annex..-.
lots 60x132 and 66x66; present income $56 per month; estimated
rental of seven best rooms, reserved
for family use $35; Improvements
in progress will probably bring
revenue up to $140 per montn. l..
cation, one of the best in city f >>
workingmen's rooming house. Price
$70ti0; cne-thlrd cash. Remainder
of 4-5 acre on Fourteenth streei,
five nice si/.cd building lots, $6500.
Adjacent lots sold recently -for
$2100 each.
LOT 172, BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���
"The best yet," see Province Feb.
25, page 18, first column. Shaughnessy Heights not in it. Block 7,
eight lots on Twentieth street, in
orchard, $5000. All hlock 8, 22 lots,
four streets, 80 yards from cut-off,
$12,000.
LULU ISLAND���Ten acres, Sec. 34,
about a mile from city limits, 42!
feet deep waterfrontage, $20,000.
Five acres on west half of block 20,
city, Improved, $10,000. Three acres
near Garden i ity station on Steveston line, $1600.
SURREY���Port Mann. 10 acres improved, Sec. 35, corner Quible and
Townline roads, $6000. Port Kells,
17 acres, 10 acres almost cleared,
excellent soil, chocolate loam, six
room house, stable, outbuildings,
well and fencing, all good. Young
orchard with small fruit on three-
acres, highly cultivated; on Latimer road, with two side roads; one-
quarter mile from Townline. Five
minutes walk to either wharf, C. N.
It. or G. N. station; an ideal home:
similar improvements on heavily
timbered land would cost the price
now asked for all, $5250.
I ABBOTSFORD���80 acres, west half
of southwest quarter of lfi of 18,
good soil, tive acres cleared, an
orchard; estimated value of timber,
$2000; one half mile from mills on
Abbotsford lake, $6400. Also 40
acres near Abbotsford, northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of 16
of 16, good soil, $3000.
SAPPERTON���One-fourth interest in
24 acres on east side Brunette river
and south or I'itt Kiver road, $12,
B00, one-third cash.
Good titles, mostly  Indefeasible;  no
Incumbrances,    For  further   particu-
BURNED TO   DEATH   IN   PRISON.
Terrible Fate of Widow Who Leaves
Nine  Children   Helpless.
Berlin, March 20.���While undergoing twenty-four hours' detention in
the prison at Sharley, Silesia, for nol
having made her children at ten.I
school regularly a poor widow was
burnel to deatli.
Nine small children were entirely
dependent on the woman, who had to
go to prison as she was unable to pav
the fine of one shilling, wliich was
inflicted.
in the prison cell the straw on the
floor caught lire from sonn- unknown
reason. The woman's cries were no'
heard, and she was burm-d to death.
The Tagehlatt, which relates this occurrence, demands an Investigation
Into the affair. Tlie position of the
nine motherless children is not mentioned.
650   COLUMBIA   STREET.
Phone 832.
(Above The Fair.
1���������SJJJJ^
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for it is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to Spend for what is
needed now and to invest tor what shall be needed in the future,   Money cannot be Invested until it is flrsl Baved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capit.il, $2,000,000.      Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ami In London. Kng
iind, New York Ch'CBfO and Spokane. ,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general |
banking h'jslr.ess transacted. Letters of Credit lssue'1. available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dapsrtment���Deposits
received  In  sums of  $1   aad upward
\nd Interest allowed nt 3 por cent, per
\nntnn   (present  r^te).
Totnl   Assets   over   $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
���
Clearance Sale
 OF
TO    RKNT���TWO ^^^
rooms, furnished or unfurnished-,
also large room for two people; $1.25
per week each. Apply 224 Seventh
street.
TO RKNT���KIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on F'lrst stieet and Eighth avenue.
Rent $12 per month. Apply Mr. Cor-
dell, 308 Sixth street.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday    nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dailv except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
0:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
_^^^^^^^_T0  PRINCE   RUPERT AND ALASKA        ^^^^^^
I 11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25! lars apply to Owner
 ITO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
HOUSEKEEPING!ll:00   p,   m	
Two trips per month, dates to    be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO   HARDY    BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Every Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Mondav. Wednesdav, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
G. P. A., Vancouver
D. D. BOURKE,
1310 CARIBOO STREET.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P,'vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contai.'lous medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
UfBoe 'Phone 11*.
|   Oold Watcies for Ladles from $12-/5
Barn   Pkone 117 ! .p.
_ .    ..   _,_..__ Silver Watches,   genu1   open face
Columbia Street ; ^ M
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Elgin
, Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
Bagrage   delivered   promptly   ;���
any part of tb�� city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���Tt��AM  DEPOT,
F. CRAXE
���^
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3tt  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING ]
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House ���17 Columbia Street
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Lime and Sulpher Solution, Paris Green, Whale Oil
Soap, Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
I Ryall's Drug Store \
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
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PHONE 57.
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SHOW CASES
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
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ARTISTIC MANTEL8���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh snd Cerllne.
PHONE 473
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MONDAY,   MARCH   27,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
E. H.  BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,       W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
pres. and benl. Mgr. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
____= LUMBER  CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers in
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
NEW PLANS fOR
ROSE FESTIVAL
HISTORICAL FEATURES TO BE
ADDED TO PORTLAND'S PAGEANT���INDIANS TO TAKE PART
IN  THE  CELEBRATION.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Roberts ClcctricCo.
47 Sixth street
For Sale!
One acre block upper side of
Seventh avenue, near Sixteenth  street.
Price $3,500,   easy  terms
Westminster Realty Co.
We have a few of those unbreakable
Tungsten lamps left, Call and let
us show you them.
Electrical,
; Contracting, Power
and Motor Work.
All  work  promptly ai-
: tended to and guaranteed.
Phones 761 and 588.
Room 2, Trapp Block.
New Westminster.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tlie Island, also in
1'oito Kico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tlie principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Phor.e 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster  Trust   Building.
Portland,   March   26.���Reproduction
of     tlie     important,     events   which
brought the original Oregon country,
now composed of  Washington, Idaho
and Oregon, from savagery into en i.i
zation, will he tlie theme of the lead- I
ing  spectacular  feature on    the pro-1
gram of the filth annual rose festival !
which will be held here the week of'
June 6-10.   In order to embellish this
pageantry  with  the proper    original
historical   effects,   efforts   are   under
I way   to   secure   representatives   Trom
all of the now rapidly vanishing tribes
j of Indians in the Northwest   This is
the first time that such an assembly
of the aborigines has ever been undertaken in this part of tlie country.
School Children to Parade."
Another brilliant  feature, also historical in theme, will be the proces-l
sion of about 10,000 of the boys andj
girls   from   the   public  schools,"   each'
division to be costume 1 according to
the  period   represented.    The  period
before    discovery,    pioneering,    trail-'
blazing, warfare, industries, education,
and  other  incidents  and  events  will
be reproduced.
The Astoria centennial celebration,
wliich will be held in August, is planning a remarkably unique feature in
csnnection with the rose festival. It
expects to send a mat ine and naval
flotilla out to the sea where Hex Ore-
gonus, king of tlie festival, will be
met and conveyed up the Columbia
river 100 miles to Portland.
The rates which the transcontinental lines have giantei for the festival
are such that the return limits of 90
days will enable Eastern visitors to
attend both celebrations, the festival
in June and tlie Astoria celebration
in August.
The rose festival will occupy the
entile week with pageantry, social,
military, athletic and aquatic events.
FloraUy decorated parades of horses,
carriages and floats, and of automobiles, by daylight, and electricity illuminated street car floats, with hi .
torical, allegorical and mythological I
themes, are some of the more imposing events.
Shower of Roses. I
Perhaps the most unique undertak-
tog Will be the "Shower of Roses," in
which 100 >oung women bombard the:
street thi ones with millions of natural!
rosebuds,  Yilooms  and  petals from     a
train of six cais and wind up by engaging in a j.itched floral battle with
the pedesttians.
Ideal Homesites
We have just put on a new subdivision,  three  and    five-acre   blocks
Near Kennedy Station
on Scott Road and main line of
N. W., Chilliwack Electric Ry.
Only two and a half miles from   New   Westminster   city;    fifteen
minutes by electric car. ,j [T \* fi    ,
1 These blocks, which are the
Choicest Suburban Property
on the market, are offered at from $200 lo $500 an acre, according to
location, on easy terms. iiii' il-- 1 ���  ,
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and  Begbie  streets
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335.
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FASHION, taste and perfect sanitation demand
Alabastine walls. Alhastine is applied
with cold water and a fiat brush. Alabastine
con be re-coated without removing old coat.
Alabastine walls have life, brilliancy, beauty.
Thev are the onlv sanitary walls known. Alabastine will not fade or rub ofT. Come in and let
us*hn*x von the 21 different tints, and specimens
of Alabastine work. Alahastined walls cost
less than others,  and last longer.
FRFE STFNCITS���You can .et charming
Stencils, worth from BO* to $1.00. free. Let
us tell you cbotit this free Cter.cll oCcr.        cs7
FOR SALE BY
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Advertise in the Daily News
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nothing  in  the   way "Of 'preparations
1 ] for defense  against  her  possible  as-
  j sault, and she never will.' And the establishment   of  a  free,   supng.   and
Published by The Daily News rubllsh-; frien(Iiy   people   across   om-  northern
ing Company, Limited, at their offices, _ hoi-doi-, bound to ns by the countless
corner    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria ��� intimate ties of tla(je aml mutUal in-
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
MONDAY,   MARCH   27,  1911.
WHAT   RECIPROCITY
Here  is
reciprocity
an  American  view  of the
agreement,    culled    fiom
the columns of the Xew York Times: i Qf h[g offJ(.
Jn the fust place is it a crownin. | ,
of Ihe policy of lasting peace that has
been  maintained, not without     difficulty, along our northern  border for
nearly a century.    It makes for peace
in two wavs. _ltJargely_Becures the
benefits' of  freer  commerce  between
the countries, and this is a great gain
because it is tlie hindrances to trade!
that cause bad feeling, which the lib-,
erty of mutual trade tends to prevent)
and   to  replace  by   countless  ties  of j
jgocd   feeling.      In   this   process   the;
$u;rpement   opens   the   channels,   ��8
commerce  northward   and   southwar 1 j
���nnd  practically  puts  an  end  to   the
policy  of  the   British   Tories,  wllich!
nims at blocking those channels and
directing the currents of trade eastward across the ocean to the special
.���gain of England.   Incidentally, our acceptance of the agreement  would also  destroy the  hope, of the   British
Tories to establish a tariff wall abou:
the   markets    of   England,   with    the
avowed   purpose   of   reducing   American   trade.       Those   are    results    of
sreat  and  permanent   value whicli  in
terest, is an appreciable guarantee of
peaceful relations witli the great empire of which Canada is a vital part,
i Every   rational   consideration   of   our
: immediate  and   future  advantage,  of
i the economic and political security of
1 ourselves, and of the far greater na-
[ tion whose welfare we hold in trust,
demands   that   the    agreement    with
| Canada shall be  accepted, qfcrrled out
and ultimately  extended.    Any member of the senate or of the house who
from narrow partisan or local motives
obstructs this measure of broad and
far-reaching  beneficence  is  unworthy
of over three thousand dollars. Ho
knew that in that same summer, on
one train crossing to Canada at
North Portal, settlers from the western States carried in with them two
hundred and twenty-live thousand dollars in actual cash.
"He waa  also not Ignorant, of the
fact that in this same city of Winnipeg where he stood, two hundred of
the larger business houses were paying their hands witli money that came
out of an  American pocketbook.    It
did not greatly  disturb  him,  for    he
knew that   Winnipeg could take care
of its own.    He had seen it emerge,
thirty   years   ago,   lrom   :i  little   Ued
i river fur post  to a  city of two hundred thousand, an asphalt paved, sky-
I scraped, many parked and houlevard-
I ed metropolis with twenty-three chartered    banks,    a    municipal    electric
BILLION DOLLARS
LROM THE STATES
VALUE OF BELONGINGS OF THE
FARMERS WHO HAVE CROSSED
THE BORDER IN NINE YEARS-
REACHES STAGGERING TOTAL.
(Continued on  Page Five.)
No One Escaped
From Sechelt Wreck
(Continued from Page One.)
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MONDAY,  MARCH   27,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Live Sporting News
PAOE FIVB.
LACROSSE IN MIDDLE WEST
SBMS DOE TOR A REVIVAL
Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba All Figure on Having Strong Provincial Leagues This Season-School
Boys  Active   With  Gutted Stick and Ball-
Mixup in Baseball Situation Helps.
Signs aie .not wanting that there
will be a revival In favor of lacrosse
in Western Canada this year,thanks,
Id a great measure to Joe Lally, of
Cornwall. The best referee in the
husiness, wliile on a trip to the coast
!;������ year, stopped at every city and'
town, and a few "tanks," and offered
supply sticks at cost it' scliool
hen. ucs  were  formed.    This    ia  now
them. I do say, however, that- the
league (especially the Alberta leaguel
has not been handled In strict enough
manner, and it Is up to the lacrosse
enthusiasts this year to se that this
does not happen again.
If  there  is a meeting held  in  the j
near future It should  be for tlie ex- i
than  the Canadian  sport.    Hut there
may be a change tli is year.    If tliey
could only banish Deacon White, baseball might die out and lacrosse have
a good chance, but with the popular
deacon singing the praises of the diamond  in  and out of season, lacrosse
* will  have  to  be  content   with   being
the subordinate stringed  intrument.
.Manager Harrison, boss of the exhibition, recently announce I that cars
would be running to tlie new exhibition   grounds   within    a   few   weeks.
This  will give tbe boys a  chance  to1
go out to the  field  and  practice  for
an  hour  or  so  with  the   reasonable
certainty of returning home the same
day.
The  V.  M, C. A. members number!
about a dozen fairly good stick-handlers who wiil bunch themselves into a:
team.    Murray, a Vancouver boy who i
went   east   on   that  Mann   Cup   trip,
when the Terminals were so coarsely j
doubled-crossed,   will   handle   tlie   V.
M. C. A. team.
Outlook   in   Saskatchewan.
Recina  will  again  be  the pivot of
���happening.
Alberta
I'i
Most    Enthusiastic.
because there has been imr;
in  the   baseball   situation   in
w-.-s purpose of talking over what I,acr0HSe in Saskatchewan. (Regina, it
should be done and a proper and ab- i miKht be mentiored, is a city famous
solutely Impartial and diligent man j for setTet rounrl1 meetings and in-
selected as president. Also the same i ternal Btrlfe' Also k ,onf'e Kathere,i
kind of a man selected for secretary- ' "nt0 its bosom an all"star a^rega-
treasurer.   I was at the opening meet-   ,lon of 'acrosse players and sent n.-.n
rli
Uberta than Is good for any spoit, | ing last year, and the bovs who read
and also partly because lacrosse, of this were there also. The time ap- ���
., . t, has always been followed iniproached for the election of officers j
dial province, the "Sunny Spot" is ( and the people at. meeting were i
leading in the procession in bringing stuck. Old Joe Moir, after about a!
,!���. national sport back to the favor it! half dozen  men  had  heen  calle 1  up I
that  he m^^m
out to this place in quest of the Mint,:
Cup.    This exploit, however, has Ionj
(Continued   on  Page  Seven.)
I
���
<ince enjoyed.      Calgary and  E. mon-
 w'li dreaming of  Minto Cup
earns,
T ere   will   be    a   junior    lacrosse
leas ���   : niied in the schools of Calls year.     Barney  Collison, a
low   of  tbat   city,  lias  offered
���autiful  cup  as  a   trophy    for  an-
jnual competition.    It is the Intention
;  thosi    interested   10   start   at   Once
the  league organized.    The
:   i up is only one of the proba-
which   will   be   offered   for
lon   and   all   the   encourage-
ile will be given.
��� ier and  othei   towns  in
1 OOl   lea. lies   will   he   form-
is probable thai games wlll;
��� i  between   the  winners   of
��� ti ies.
Strong   Senior   League.
ii c  senior  lacrosse   league
and  perhaps  flve  teams Will
fact.
'.:. enthusiastic  meeting   was  held
In   the   Dominion   hotel   at
airty lacrosse enthusiasts, re-
.    flve  different   teams,  were
Everyone   was   heartily   In
the  immediate  formation  of
te lea. ue.
e teams represented at the meet-j
��� e Bt.  Mary's, Centrals, Y.  M.
. Western   Canada   College   and
H's,     The   meel lng   was   only   a
���   ry one so no dotinlte organ-
as made for  the season.
:e e   was   received   that   a  city
team would i>e In the game
year.
Sewell, Tommy Burns' busier,  stated  thai   his  idea of
��� ���   was   to   get   the    younger
a  the City  interested  in  the
'  I   nadlan   game,     lie   was ��go-
|l forth   every   effort   in   his
to  gel   a  citv   league   or. an-
ed
would   please   me   bettor
i e the game flourish in this
Heretofore   there    bad     only
team in the city and as a
Dsequence tlie younger players had
���1 i:o cl anee to develop.
I there  is any  one  game  in the
that   has  been   neglected   it   was
rosse," siid tlie old star. i
Tommy Burns Interested.
""th he and Tommy Burns
��� much interested in the
al"'' and heartily endorsed the for-
:i': I' ol ih,. league. "Tommy told
iri he left to offer a splendid
���!��� to ihe champions of fhe city
league Tummy is an enthusiastic
wer ol the game himself and re-
'' ���* that he was not able to at-
Wd the  meeting."
The   Right    Spirit.
McKinley,    speaking    for
Mary's team, said:
wouldn't  want to keep a man
1 laying In the provincial league
if he was good enough for it. In
��� would  consider  It   a  eompll-
nj ef our men were thought
id enough for it."
11  U    ighl that the cup was a sec-
nslderation this year. "The
on t  he sore if tliey land at
Jttom  of  the  league;   what  we
is  to  encourage   the   game    as
"Ul1' as  possible.    Of  course  If  we
lll0,'hl land al  the top we won't besi-
ii  demanding the   cup," ho
e st,
"We
i ii
l
fai ���
late
���'���'i Mci.eod sizes up the situation
Hs
"1 know for a fact thut there will be
"iu, iai team this year to repre-
111 'his city. I have had word from
1 'he cities of the province, and Mv.
.right, Hi��. secretary  In  Lethbrldge,
Boing to call a meeting for the
ear future."
Ish's Views.
The t'algary Herald has a sport
ri"'r who signs his stufT "ISH;" the
anH' is a cheese, but the dope ls fair.
et* are a few words he recently
"wed through hls mill:
nere is all sorts of talk ln lacrosso
lril<�� these days, and It will soon
onu' to a point when the teams will
1(1 organized and the leagues formed
Ot llie
"li iue mat it is very
'art the game this year on the prop-
r basiB, for there are few In Calgary
'.' ''" not remember last year's ex-
Wence.    Some say, "Break  up lhe
j said that he would act. Joe stated
j that he would do his best, hut he did
| not want to act as president of the
league. He was elected, however.
Then the question of a secretary was
brought before the meeting. Barney
Collison refused the position half a
dozen times. Imt there was no one
else who would accept and finally he
was elected because he wanted to' see
the league progress properly.
This was the way the officers were
appointed, an I there should  be a difference this year.    It  is up to the la- \
crosse   enthusiasts   to   eet     together I
and  pick the men that have the time
who  will   look  after   the   interests  of
the league to the limit.    Joe Moir last
year spent time and money to make
the  league a success, but   there were,
certain   things   it   was   Impossible   for!
him   to  do.   and   he  wlll   say   himself I
thai   the   position   is  one  thai    needs!
consideration.    Hut  we don't  Intend toi
censure Joe Moir at all, for .Ice is aj
good   scout   and   Is   heart   and   soul  ini
lacrosse.
Framp's    Rerrarks.
Here is another expression of ooin.l
Ion, taken frcm the Alhertan, contributed by Framp:
Lacrosse, tbe great  Canadian game,
will   pass   through   its   most    critical'
period   locally  this   year.     It   is   to   a
great  extent a case of life or   death :
thU year for the great old game.      If
properly handled it wl l again take its ���
pro] er   pi sitlon   among   the   popular
sports, and  if  Indifferently  or   care-'
lessly  handled  it   will be releg ited to
the  past  that  is  beyond   recall   fori
some time to f ome.
For the past few years lacrosse has
been on the wane. The game is not
quite dead, but it wouldn't take many
more strangle holds like last year to
make tbe good old game cash in its,
last cheque.
The truth of the matter is that:
there has been a ring of lacrosse men
in this city who have played the dog
in the manger and wouldn't give anyone else a chance at the game. As a
CoAsequencO) there are no experienced lacrosse players in the city
who can put up a tight against the
combination.
All over the province tlie same conditions are found, one strong team in
a city, but no youngsters wbo are
just learning the game. Now these
old timers are all good players, splendid players, but they just don't realize the harm that tliey are doing to
the game by hogging it. The fans, of
course, like to see a good game of
any kind, but they would also like to
see some new  players developed.
The hope of the game is for the old
timers to get together and agree to
get apart. A city lacrosse league
should he formed. A four-team league
would be a good one. but a three
team league might lie hotter. The experienced players then shoul I be divided up among the different teams.
If they can't agree among themselves
then iet an unprejudiced outsider do
the alloting. Plenty of good athletes
but Inexperienced in the lacrosse
game, could be found to make no direst of the teams. Tbe teams would
then start out on an even footing and
a good race would he the lesult
In Kdmonton they arc
a strong Alberta league, built upon
similar lines as the provincial hockey league. The provincial leamie
would be all right if it were not for
the fact that very few new players
would be developed by it.    It is abso-
��� BRITISH    FOOTBALL. 4
London, March 20 ���The semi-final
of the Kngiish Association Foothill
Cup was played yesterday, Newcastle
l'nited and Bradford City heing the
successful contestants for tlie final to
be played ut Crystal Palace on April
21'. Newcastle are again t,he favorites
this season, judging frcm the way
they trimmed Chelsea before man.
thousan Is yesterday, but as they have
to meet an aggregation of their own
league they will have to fight hard for
their  honors.
Following are tlie results:
Chelsea 0, Newcastle l'nited 3.
Bradford City ".. Blackburn Rovers 0
Following are the results of the
league games:
First   Division.
Notts  Forest 0,  Manchester City  r>.
Hury-I'reston Noith End, postponed.
Woolwich  Arsenal :'., Bristol City 0.
Aston, Villa-Tottenham Hotspur
postponed.
Sheffield United-Mlddlesborough.
postponed.
Manchester l'nited 0, Oldham At'.i-
letic 0.
Liverpool  2, Notts County  1.
Second   Division.
Barnsley 7, Bradford 0.
Blackpool  1,  Huddesfleld  Town  0.
Clapton   Orient   2.   Birmingham  1.
Dei by County :',, Burnley 0.
Glossop -. Lincoln City 0.
Leeds City 1. Bolton Wanderers 0.
Leicester   Fosse   2,   Fulham   2.
Stockroit County 1, Gainsborough
Trinity 0.
W, Iverhampton Wanderers 0. Hull
City o.
a Ivocating
Billion dollars
from the Slates
(Continued from Page Four.)
power plant with a capacity of 60.000
horse power, municipal quarries, and
even a municipal asphalt manufactory.
|     "He had seen    it    grow    into    the
, largest   wheat   market   in   the   world
I (even in 1909 it had   inspected' over
eighty-eight million bushels), and sue.
being tlie case, he regarded it   as only
natural that this same city had, during that same summer,  shipped    six
hundred  steam  plows into a    single
colony    of    Cana lianized    American
farmers, to be used in breaking the
virgin   prairie.     Kach  one    of  tliose
plows was ahle to break one thousand
i five hundred acres of land, and that
1 meant   nine  hundred  thousand  acres
for the lot.    And from that land, allowing  for the  low  average  of even
twenty   bushels   to   the   acre,   would
; spring, eighteen   million   bushels    of
wheat���not ordinary wheat, but wheat
! which grades highest at the markets
and sells    quickest at the mills, 'No.
1 Canallan Hard!'
"He knew many other things, for l!
was his business to do eo.    He knew
why those Americans    were    coming
Into Canada, and he knew the nature j
of the country Into which they were'
coming,   the  possible   wheat   belt   of!
what   the rest of America  had  been
wont to regard as 'The Frozen Zone,' I
aggregated   an  area  of  one   hundred i
and  eighty  million    acres.    Of    that I
great area only a little over six mil I
lion   acres   are   now   actually   under I
cultivation.     The    great    remainder
lies either virgin    prairie   hungering
for tbe plowshare, or   fertile    coulee
lately necessary'that .on,, new hi ���,l   ,mV vai,;,y  ,.������,���  .,watt|ng U)e _dvent
be brought into the national game if
it Is to survive. If both a provincial
league and city league could nourish
then by all means hive a provincial
league, but if It's a ease of either one
or the otber the provincial league
should  bo thrown aside.
If towards the end of the season it
wished to determine the championship of the province a team could ho
tennis  ln  tin
With
picked from all the teams In the cltv
represent   Calgary,
developed  anl  the pick
eason.    Rv'eryb^wlli'agree  of the old ones, it Would, be tje e���i-
that it is very Important to  est thing In the world to wallon any
league   to
new  players
toi
was
m
I'ti'til.
Rang!" l
team that would represent any other
city In tho province.
Optimism In Edironton.
'Wav up In Kdmonton the hoys a'e
also talking nnd thlnklne about the
gutted sticks and the netted tw no
hut so far nothing verv tan. IMe has
been decided upon.    The capital city
      - of Alberta has been nbsorblng base-
We don't say that the good  ,,������ dore )n large quantities for a few
[���Porta who have handled lacrosse yearB now and the result ls that the
last have a knock coming to  American game ls more thought   of
I
^^Jp the
���yei ,  for
<*n a city
Hit t|���.
"fiiials
'hi
n th
would  not  be wise to
old   gang   of  lacrosse
ever   since  Calgary  has
it  bas  had  tbe  players,
big fault  has been  with tho
of man.
"Had any of his new-found American friends doubted this, he could
have turned to his map and pointed
out to them the Mackenzie Basia
alone, rolling from Great Slave lake
right up to the Arctic ocean. He
could have shown that this vast watershed, second only In magnitude "
that of the Mississippi itself,
made up of one million, one hundred j
and twenty thousand square miles. |
'���on. tlfttng a'country about nine
times the size of England and   IreH
land.
"This Is what the Canadian sennto
committee reported, after scientific
examination: |
" 'Within the scone of the committee's Inquiry there is a possible aren
of 666,000 square miles fitted for the
growth of potatoes, 407,000 square
miles suitable for barley, nnd 816,00)
enuare miles suitable for wheat. . .
There is a paBto-al area of 860,001
Btiunre miles, 26.000 of which is open
prairie with occasional groves, the remainder being more or less wooded.' '
"AI IT HERE sn��CE VjUOV
A Good Buy
In Sapperton
.DOW,
StwTourhmcf,
*G,mmtxict flow!
We want everyone to Ifacw
%t we are paying -
cr-4f% ktereatr^
peraiHiura credited nflhlf
on saving deposits ($1-
t\ upward) subject ToWith-
faroalbr cheque k +
ontimedepositaof*
SfHnoirtb & over. *
We invest money for clients
in first mortgages Sdoa
^eneat RbanciaUusiness.
We wantlfour saving accnt
& Wyou are not saving ���*
systematicallY'* *���*���--�����
Commence N(WWilhll5.
Deposits ty wait ^^^
���*��� * + easily handled���
"Kouom. send hy Draff,
Post Office �������� Cypress
Order or Re&isterecT^
Letter & withdrawals
can be made ���*��� ���-��"?���>
- * aiy way you wish.
Ware Responsible
Refer to^-- + * --
Duns, Bradstreets,
or To anyone to *
VMG0UV6R-
Write us about StoHlay
Do it now!!!!!
DowTr^eRl^ Ct. Ltd.
321 Gamble Street
^Vancouver B.C.^
MODERN
six-room cottage on lo-t 40x100 feet; one minute walk to car.
Price $1,800.00
-���       �����    small cash payment;  balance $20 per month.
$3000 TO   LOAN,   Inside
Improved property, 8 p. c.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. Phones 646, 664.
A Genuine Snap
7-Roomed House on Henley St.,
near Eighth avenue; foundation,
and modern in every particular,
$2,850; $400 cash, balance as rent
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie  Bros*
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
'
I
Gardiner & Gardiner |J. NEWSOME & SONS
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, W����tminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
ohone 661 Residence Phone  133
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.    -
214 Sixth Street. Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
The House of Quality and Low Prices
Ticket t___jo_fwon
the $25.00 Worth of Furniture
���
BEDS
We have just received a carload of Iron Beds, and to
clear our present stock we quote the following
prices which should interest you. These are genuine
bargains and cannot be duplicated after this lot
is sold out:
���>       $4.50 value for $3.25
n
n
n
n
Iron Beds, all sizes,        -m
Iron Beds, brass knobs, 5.50
Iron Beds, heavy brass top-rail, 7.50
Iron Beds, brass top-rail and bow foot,
any size, $9.50 value for $7.25
The following are in full size only:
4.25
5.25
$ 8.75 value for $ 7.00
$14.50 value for $11.00
11.00
15.00
it
ti
it
ti
8.90
12.25
Q
12.00
18.00
ti
it
ii
tt
9.75
14.00
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GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
WE SELL POR LESS
401.-403 Columbia street, New Westminster. PAOB SIX.
THE DAII^Y NEWS.
MONDAY,   MARCH  27,  191
GOES
TO
PA
t
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__________
The initial issue of the stock of The Imperial
Car, Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation, Limited,
placed on the market at $50 per share has been
sold and no further allotments will be made at
less than the par value of .
One Hundred Dollars
Per Share
Tjar
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IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
s ���    - *
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
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Application Form
Please allot me  shares of lhe IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at
amount of shares naked for, and agree to pay balance   in  two  eq
quarter-yearly  payments,  with Interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
price of $100 per share, for whLh I enclose 33 V. per cent, of the
NAME	
ADDRESS 	
OCCUPATION  '      D
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and
dock Corporation, Limited.
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MONDAY,   MARCH   27,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  Molly   McCla
LAND ACT NOTICE.
m.uv Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
... H     NOTICK     that     Margareti 	
hi Matthews, of San Jose, occupa-\**Y* of Vancouver, occupation milli:i-
I        vidow   intends lo apply for per-jer. intends to apply for permission to
I   itan to purchase the following de- Purchase    tlie    following    described
'    it i lands'   Commencing at a post; lands:   Commencing at a post planted
''!      i on tiie west side of the Gheak-Mon the Pemberton   Trail, 2%   miles
p        river and  one  mile   north   of north of (ireen Lake, thence north 80
i""ih   Lake   tbence  west   40  chains,! chains, thonce east SO chains, thence
3    north 160 chains, thence east south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
Ithence   _   t)ience soutii   iou   chains, to point of commencement, being the
thence east SO chains, thence south 80
chains, tlience west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to tlie point of com
mencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 19ft.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
4" '   ' ilo CheakamUs river to point oil southwest corner post, containing 640
ncement. being southwest cor-, acres, more or less
[ alon. tl
comme
ner ll0St
1 .., Lres more or less.
32Signed) WILLIAM
,.���, for Margaret Ethel Matthews
February 20, 1911.	
of lot applied for, containing!     (Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Molly McL'larey.
February 20, 1911.
LEWIS,
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
Westminster Land District.   Dis-'     TAKK   NOTICK   that   Georgina   A.
trict of New Westminster. I Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
,.,,. NOTICE tbat Kate Corey, of| stenographer, intends to apply for per
I Vnncouver, occupation saleswoman,
intends to apply tot permission to pur-
1 . ,. ,|l(. following described lands:
' ,imm(,m.|ng at a post planted at the
���nuth line of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
;,,',���.,. west 40 chains, thence south
jn chains, thence east 40 chains to
summit Lake, thence north along tbe
point of commencement, being
lake in 1'
east corner post of lot   ap
I tin- north!   ^^^^_���
.,,, :n,. containing 320 acres more or
i Signed)
WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 1911. 	
mission to purchase tbe following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tho southwest corner of
lot 2105 and thence north 40 chains
tbence west 40 chains, tlience south
40 chains, tlience east 40 cliains to
point of commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
i New Westminster Land District.
' trict of New Westminster.
TA
KE NOTICK that Reginald   Fit/.-
New Westminster Lnnd District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancou,er, occupation broke.-,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the . following described
amis:   Commencing at a post planted
erald   Sargent,   of    Vancouver   occu-, ���,_.���,   ,,     ml,_s   .(..h     f L   {
on broker, Intends to apply ior pel-  lg76    ^^
1  '
and  two  miles  west of  Haslam
lake,   thence  east  80   chains,   thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
Dated  February  17. 1911.
I mission to purchase the following de
Ibed lands:    Commencing ai a post
(planted at the  southwest  corner   ol
j ���     05, ihence east 20 chains, thence
.     ;;   60    chains,    Uience    west    60
.... thence nortli 10 cliains, tlience
, chains, thence north 40 cliains
ni of commencement, being the.
j.   thwesl   corner  post  of   lot  applied
.ii:'Mniiig 11" acres more or less.  	
Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,    | 	
igent   for   Reginald   Fitzgerald    Sar-   New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
!0, 1911. TAKK NOTICE thai I,   William   .1
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to  purchase  the  following  described
lands;
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster."
TAKK NOTICK that I, John BS.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2% miles south of T. L.
lot lufiS and one mile east of Haslam
lake, tbence east SO cliains, thenco
nortli 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, | Notice is hereby given that an a.-
tbence south  80 chains to the point judication will be made under Part V of
NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster,. B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles northwest of Haslam
Lake, thence west SO chains, thenco
nortli SO chains, tlience east so chains.
Ihence south 80 chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
I). O'HARA, Agent,
February 17th, 1911.
WATER    NOTICE.
of commencement, and containing 040
acres more or less.
JOHN K. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Daled  February  17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) The name of Company in full -
The Glen Rose Canning Companv Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
B, C.
The capital,  bow   divided, showing
,    ,, ,r   amount jiaid up���$25,000 divided   into
TAKK NOTICK tbat   I,   Vernon   V. 112600 of$10 ^        ;w<jh ���� f
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation mine., are ,8gued ,md ,d
intend to apply for permission to pur-i (lj) The name of th ,a gtream
chase the following described lands 01. 80urf.e ,if unnamed, the description
Commencing at a post planted about lB)_Unnamed stream on Lot 17
three miles north of T. L lot 916 on Group 2. New Westminster district!
tlie west shore of Haslam lake, thenco, flowinK inl0 Frnsei. mer
nortl) 80 chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence ea3t
80 chains to the point of. commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or less.
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 191-1.
(c) The point of diversion���I-i aboui
2(H) feet from its mouth at the Fra
ser river on said Lot 17.
CHICAGO MERCHANT
MAKES STATEMENT.
liter Spending Thousands of Dollars
and Consulting' the Most Eminent
Physicians, Ho Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, ILLS.-Mr. J. G.
Becker, of 134 Van Buren St., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I have had catarrh for more
than thirty years. Have tried
everything on earth and spent
thousands of dollars for other
medicines and with physicians^
without getting any lasting relief, and can say to you that I
have found Peruna the only remedy that has cured me pei*
mane. tly.
��� "Peruna has also cured my
wife of catarrh. She always keeps
It in the house for an attack of
cold, which it invariably cures in
S very short time."
PAGE SEVEN.
lacrosse In Middle fef
Seems Due for a Revival
(Continued from Page Tire.)
since been forgotten by everybody,
excepting those who were called upon to foot tlie bill).
Gold  medals and  a handsome cup
have heen put up for the winners of
the   junior   league   championship.   A
j silver trophy is also hung up as the
I prize of tbe provincial  league championship.    .Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and
Regina, will he in the le:igue, and possibly   Weyburn   and    Prince   Albert.
Many other small towns in Saskatchewan are going in for tbe game, and
indications   are   that   the   movement
will be extended throughout the province, and that lacrosse players on the
prairies   will   be   as   numerous,  and
the game as popular as it is on   the
coast.
Saskatoon ifldn't look wi(h any
j great favor on tlie lacrosse proposal
I some time ago, but since then the
| baseball map of Saskatchewan bas
j been torn to pieces and Saskatoon is
! numbered with tbe slain. Therefore,
j hurrah  for lacrosse!
Revival   in   Winnipeg.
Lacrosse  will  be  one   of tbe   bl,?
sports in Winnipeg this season. Apart.
from the School league, the national
^^^^^^^h I pastime   has   not   occupied    a   promi-
~~ ! nent   position  there  In  the  past  few
Public notice is hereby given that' years, but a movement is now on foot
there will be offered for sale by pub-ito bring lacrosse to its proper stand-
He auction in Pender Hall, 804 Pender ard, and as some of the most
AUCTION   SALE   OF   DOMINION
LANDS.
tenth of one cubic foot.
(ei    The character of the  proposed
works���Dam, pipe or ilume and pump.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-I     (f)    The   premises   on   which   the
TRICT���District  of   New Westmin-  water is to be used (describe samel ���
ster,  B.  C.���Take notice that  I Carl, Cannery   and   buildings   on   Lot   17,
tlience north SO chains to the point ofj Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker j Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
commencement,   and   containing   040: Intends to ain ly for permission to pur- nery.
acres more or less. ! chase the following described lands:        ,g)    The   purposes   for   whj(,h   the
Commencing at a post planted about j water is t0 be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
,,,    _,. ...      . ,      , s"ect west, In the city of Vancouver, i nent  business men  areTinterested in
Id)    The quantity of water  applied'on Thursday, April   6, 1911, at   2:30 the project, ther '"'tested in
for (in cubic feet per   second)���One-       ~ '
SAM TEL S. A CSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.I three miles distant and in a   nortli-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
p nt.
February
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
westerly direction from Haslam Lake,
tbence west 80 chains, tlience soutli
SO chains, thonce east 8(1 chains,;..
thence north so chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
(jl    Area of Crown land intended to
......     .he occupied by tbe proposed   works���
80   chain3: * ������ '
Ik) This notice was posted on the
16th day of February, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
(ll Give tlie names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
i ���  ��� I who or whose lands are likely to be a-'-
|,BuuB.    Commencing at a post planted, N]:w   wlrSTMINSTKR   LAND    DIS-; fected by the proposed works, either
Ne.v Westminster Land District.    Dis
trict of New Westminster.     H	
TAKE NOTICK that Mary Augusta j on the east shore of Lake Haslam
I i of Vancouver, occupation mar j thence east So chains, tlience north SJ
.; voman, intends to apply for per- chains, thenco west 80 cliains, thence
: !i io purchase the following de���   south SO chains to the point of com-
Bcribed lands:    Commencing at a post I mencement, and containing 640 acres
��� d on the   Pemberton Trail   4%(more or less. *
north of Green   Lake,
ji. m.. about two hundred summer resi
dence lots, the property of the government of tbe Dominion of Canada.
These lots are located at Woodhaven,
a subdivision of Dominion government
lands located on Bedwell Bay, on the
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, Britis'i
Columbia.   Tlieir accessibility to Van-
e is every reason to
believe that one of the greatest
sports extant will again find a centre
In Winnipeg.
Plans for the formation of the Winnipeg Lacrosse association liave already heen discussed and it is believed that now is tlie proper time to
strike,   to  build   up   the  game.   ' La-
couver, their location on salt   water, j crosse from every angle, that is, ama-
and the grandeur of the scenery of tne
North Arm make these lots attractive
for summer residence purposes.
Terms   of   Payment.
One quarter in cash at the time of
  uience
��t?t SO chains, thence south Su chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thence north
i ains to point, of commencement,
northeast corner post of lot ap-
l led tor, containing 640 acres more or
lets.
Igned) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Auent for Mary Augusta Bridge.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
��� ruary 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-'
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, C. A. Crya-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation Insur-
teur, from juvenile to senior, lias been
considered and it is felt that a solution has been found.
Tbe idea, of course, is to gradually
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_  bring   the   project    to   completement.
sale, and balance in three equal   an-] and do it in the proper manner   by
ntial instalments with interest on un-|building up from tbe youngsters, who
paid balance at the rate of 5 per cent; have kept the-game alive in the past
per annum.    The lots will be offered | few season.   The proposition at pres-
subject to a certain   upset   price   in lent embraces a junior league,
each case.    Upon a parcel of land be-      The   C.   N.   It.   team   is  already    in
ing knocked down' the purchaser shall   line and the W. A. A. A. and 90th regi-
immediately deposit the sum   of fifty  ment are expected to furnish the oth-
dollars with the clerk of sale,   other-1 er teams.
wise the parcel will at once be put up!     So  far  tlie  W.   A.   A.   A.  have   not
again.      For   this   purpose   intending   gone  into  the  question  of a lacrosse
purchasers should provide themselves j team, but after the success they made
with   marked   cheques    on    chai tered: of hockey during the winter and the
banks of Canada, made to tbeir own j large number of members that it at-
order and payable at par   at Vancou-1 traded   to   their   ranks   tbey   should
ver; or with bank notes of as large a . not   be   backward   in   taking    up   the
denomination   as   possible,    l'he   bai-1 great summer game,
anee  of the cash  instalment must In       The  sol Hers  at  one  time had  one
every case be paid before the close of: of the best teams in the province, but
the sale, failing which the deposit of | have been out ot the game for some
ears.
__________________________________________________________       St.   John    Coming    West.
lg) To record, divert, take and lnot be taken In payment unless mark-\ Winnipeg is losing a good lacrosse
carry away, water from any stream, ed accepted by the bank on which![ supporter \n the person of C W St
river and lake in the Province of Brit-1 thev are drawn. ' John,  who  has  been  connected  with
sport in that city for a quarter of a
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-1 abo\e or below tbe outlet���None,
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, C. O. j     Attach  copy of  such parts   of  the
Svedmark, of    Tulameen,    occupation  Company's    memorandum   of   associa-
mill owner, intends to apply for per- ( tion as authorize the proposed appllca-
mission to purchase the following de-  tion and works,
scribed lands: The   Glen   Rose   Canning   Compan-.-
Commencing at a post planted about'     Limited,
three  miles  distant, and in  a-north-; (Signature)    J. M. McDonald,
westerly direction from Haslam Lako.j Manager
thence  east  80  chains,   tbence  south,     (P   Q   AddrCM)    New Westminster
80   chains    thence    west    SO    chains        c        _, Q{ Com        ... memovau. I ��q VlU  be "forfeited" and    the    land,,-
thence north 80 chains to the point of - dllm of association: withdrawn   trom   .ale      CheouL   willV
commencement,   and   containing   040,     (e)    To   record.   dlvert.   take   ^\I���"*���J^J!^/*52��V.l��l.\
S acres more or less.
CHARLES O. SVKDMARK.    | river and lake in the Province of Bnt-1 they are drawn
D. O'HARA, Agent, j ish Columbia, for the use of their bu:i       A" pamphlet describing this prorertv.l
lance  manager,   intends   to  apply   for      February 17th, 1911
| permission to purchase the followin- " ���
described  lands:     Commencing  at
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-, ,)0st planted ahout  halt mile north of      TRICT
rict of New Westminster. ] T. |.. lot 1976 and two miles west of  ster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman! the same.
NOTICE   that   Anna   Maud   Haslam  lake, thence  west 80 chains,' Thorsen.   of    Vancouver,    occupation j __.
of    Vancouver,    occupation | tlience south 80 chains, thence east 80: marine engineer, intends to apply for <
chains, thence north 80 chains to the'permission  to purchase the following
point of commencement, and contain-  desci ibed lands
   ness' a,ld  for lhat Purpose   to   erect,   and a map showing   the   subdivision! ,.     ���     , ,      .    ,eavine to
 ��� 'build, lay  and  maintain   dams, aque-1 mav be bad on application to the see-!     f , bt.  John  is  leaving to
a NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-'ducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes ! retarv, Department of the Interior, Ot-11^.!  "L ^tnTrfrr?.'xr^^n T^
District   of   New Westmiu-;and    to sell    or otherwise dispose of I Uwa.   W.   M.    Ingram.   Inspector   of| ����ere he joins George McCrossan In
ma _, ,     .   T i_   ..,,_���,    rt���   .n   ... ^laieg.iipartneisnip.   u.
tn
TAKK
-widow, intends to apply for permls-
���ion to purchase the following de-
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail IM-
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south 80
Chains, ihence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing HHO acres more ori ess.
ISigned) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
Fehruary .0, 1911
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
lng 040 acres more or less
CHARLES AGNEW CRY8DALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Mew Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A. Hopkins, ol Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for per
mission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on the west side of Green River
and four chains north of Green Lake,
theme west 80 cliains. thence north
*������'' cliains. thence east 80 chains,
thence south SO chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containini
640 a us more or less.
Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A.
IJodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a po*t
planted about 1% miles north of T. L.
lot 1970 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
CHARLES A.  BOD1E,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige,  of  New  Westminster,  occupation married woman, intend to apply
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-half miles south of T. L.
lot 1308, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake, tlience east 80 chains, thence
south Sn chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north SO chains, to the point of
commencement, and containing ���40
acres more or less.
HERMAN   THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, H. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboue
ll/_ miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1011,
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS
IN   THE   MATTER  OF  THE  JUDGMENTS ACT.
Between    James    R.    Webster    and
Alexander Webster, Plaintiffs, und
Preston Daniel Dixon and Charles
Siverson, Defendants.
Take notice that on Monday, April
10, 1911. at the hour of two thirty in
tte afternoon, there will  be sold by
public auction at the   office   of   the
_ .     . .      .     ,,.,������. ���     ���.    -���   ,fc.i. legal partnership.    Of late years he
School Lands.  W innipeg.  or   to   the   ......                        . \       ��
.       . .  ra     i  ���       t \.a       .   vt_���  has   permitted   soccer    to   take    flrst
Agents of  Dominion  Lands   at   New     ,       ����.,           ,    _ -..        .   . .   ,,,
6 ��� p ace in his sport affections, but he 11
Westminster,  B. C, Kamloops. B. C,
Calgary, Alta., Edmonton, Alta.. or to
George McCuaig, auctioneer, 150 Hastings street east, Vancouver, B. C.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department    of    Interior,    Ottawa,
March 4, 1911
recover from that once he seea
| good lacrosse again. Nobody could
think much of lacrosse if he only
saw the brand foisted on the dear
public of Winnipeg in the past few
years.
In  the days  of his youth   Mr.   St.
Newspapers will not be paid for this 1 ,John  had  f;w.Ke,j1uaJsI_0,1 ��"h"t!ie
advertisement if they insert   it with-i Jacrosse ��r f,��ot���an fleId' a��d in *}>es,e
out authority from the department.        two ���po?'_ be_ h*s ?Qt ��"ly ??tive}y.
, I participated,   but   when   he    thought
(only thought)  age was beginning to
creep upon him  he continued to devote a great part of his time to fostering the games.
In lacrosse as a kid he played for
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Waterworks   Superintendent   Wanted.
Applications will be received by the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
undersigned up to flve o'clock p. m., on  the 90th. and though "he left the city
.  _         the 3rd of April next for a waterworks  for   awhile   to   study   law,  he  again
Sheriff of -.he County of Westminste ���, I superintendent.   Applicants must have  took im the game on his return, plav-
"        ���- -���������-_     ln��      ��,l��l,      .\.ra      ra*A      UJfnnlMM        n.hraor.
at the Court House, New Westminster, B. C, tbe interest Of Preston
Daniel Dixon and Charles Siverson,
the judgment debtors, under a certain
judgment iu i.tvor of James R. Webster and Alexander C. Webster, in the
east half of .be northwest quarter,
and the west half of the northeast
quarter of section twenty (20), township four (4), range tweuty-nine (29).,
ln the Distiict of New Westminster.
The interest of the Judgment debtors, Siverson' and Dixon, ls under
and by virtue of a certain agreement
for sale of tlie hereinbefore described
had   previous   experience   in   similar  inK   with   the  old   Winnipeg*,   whose
work, and  be ahle to produce   test!- colors he wore for flve years,
monlals     from    responsible   persons. The   Mighty   Are   Fallen.
Salary $135 per month. J     Seven or eight years ago the little
W. A. DUNCAN,    | town of Souris  had a good lacrosse
City Clerk. | team  and  held  the   Manitago  cham-
City Hall, March 21, 1911.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN  HOSPITAL.
pionship.      The   boys   got   the  swell
head and decided they would try for
  the  championship  of  Canada.    They
,,,  ��� ,   ". .    ..   | went  east.     When  they came   back
Applications wil be received by the, the stay.at.homeg told them lt waa
undersigned up to Friday. 31st inst.,' bad and they were sorry and bet.
nt 5 p.m., for the position of resident I ter ,uck next dme       There.g wasnt
secretary and bursar for the Royal
Columbian hospital, this city. Salary
$75  per  month,  including board  and
Ne.v Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKK N'OTICE that Lionel E. Haw-
< Ol Vancouver, occupation photog-
rapher, intends to apply for permls-
sion to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
Wesl side of Pemberton Trail, 3',i
piles north of Green Lake, thence
north 80 chains, tlience east 80 cbalns,
thence south 80 cliains, thence west
s" chains to the point of commence-'
ment, being the southwest corner post
��f lot. applied for, containing 640
acres more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Lionel E. Haweis.
Fehruary 20, 1911.       __
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Gerald E.
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
ter mariner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
Planted on Green River, Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
"est so chains to point of commence-
Jnent, being southwest corner pos-t Ol
ln< applied for, containing 640 acres
more or less.
'Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E, Bridge
February 20, 1911.
tue  puiui  v..  v.u.  . .
taining 040 acres mote or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated Februarv 17,1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
thence  south  80 chains   tbence eas    lands:                                                        ; The                ,���. t,u. Jm,      ,,���
80 .hains, thence north SO chai is lfl.    Commencing at a post planted about whu.,, thU sak, _ ,���.,,, ia ,01. 14949.80,
tbe point of commencement, and con-, two miles south of T. L. 1081, and on together with inteiest at f. per cent.
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence ,,el. annum from    the    13th    day    of
east    80    chains,    thence   north    80 August   1909.
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco lhe following charges appear    on
south 80 chains, to the point of com- tlie register   at the   Land    Registry
mencement, and containing 040 acres, offlt.ei New Westminster, against   the
Dis-
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
hereinbefore described lands: (A)
Registered judgment dated March 2,
1910, against Preston Daniel Dixon
a'and Charles Siverson In favor of
James R. Webster for $4949.80.
And further take notice this sale
is held pursuant to the orders of the
Honorable   Mr.   Justice   Murphy   and
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Isabella Me-j     February 17th, 1911
Farland, of North Vancouver, occupa-,
tlon married woman, intend to apply      ������   ���     ��� 	
for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at
a post planted about half mile south    	
of T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east      Re a part (5 acres) of the south 691;."""...    _.    ..     ,   .,      ....      1
of Haslam lake, thence east 80 chains, acres of the southeast quarter of Sec Ithe Honorable  Mr- Justice  Morrison1 eiahth �����   an^ pimk a ........
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  tlon 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) in made herein on Wednesday. the 12th CorMr E1��hth 8t' an" Flfth Av��"����
������ * . * -. at,��� ..,._._,���..���'      |day of October, A.D. 1910. PHONE S70.
Dated this 25th day of March, A.D. '^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
S Xncrnwth"8��lhains to" the the District of New Westminster.
poSrof commencement, and contain-1    Whereas proof of the loss of certid-
ing 640 acres more or less.
ISABELLA MCFARLAND,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
proof ui  me iuoo ui  uoi .111-' inii
cate title No. 4781 A, Issued ln the
name of George A. Witherspoon, has
been died ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
��� ���  _.     of, in a dally newspaper published in
New Westminster Land District.   Dis- the clty of New vvestralnster, Issue a
trict of New Westminster. I _|UpiiCBte of the said   certificate, un-
TAKE NOTICE that I. Clinton    P.  leB8 i��� tj,e meantime valid  objection
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation  be made to me jn wrtting.
broker, intend to apply for permlss1 lon c  _  KEmii
to purchase the following    ��lesuiled ^
lands:   Commencing at a potpiante
SrtTa.f^ot0HMU0t.a^ -inster. B. 0, March 9, 1911.
A. B. POTTENOER.
District Registrar.
The Royal Studio
T. J   Armstrong, Sheriff, County    of 610 Co,umbla st.f New Westminster,
Westminster. ���^^*****************^******^^^m^^
Terms of Sale, Cash.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectio: s
'Phone R672
Mrs. A. Wiggln, who was connected
for many years with Messrs. Lafayette,
of New Bond street, London, begs to
inform, the residents of New Westminster and surrounding districts that
she has purchased and reopened the
photographic business at the above address, and Ib prepared to offer high
class pictures at very moderate prices.
Child portraiture a specialty. See
show cases at doorway.
any next time for Souris. The lacrosse bug went out to the center of
the swinging suspension bridge and
jumped  into  'be   Souris . river.
Brandon also had a lacrosse team
in th�� days long gone before. About
twenty years ago tbe Wheat City had
a classy team, one of the stars being a drug cjerk named Ryall, or Riley, who is now supposed to be somewhere jn the west. That was twenty years ago. All Ryall's (or Riley's)
teammates have grown old and fat,
and a new generation has arisen.
Some of the youths still play lacrosse
in Clifford Sifton's town, but it's1 "Oh,
such a difference!"
Portage la Prairie���where is the fan
of today who knows of this flat town
���once had a fair team 0$ stick-hand
Iers.    And Selkirk's twelve was not
to be overlooked.
There were quite a number of other towns along the C..P. R. in Manitoba that had, flvg or ten or twelve
years ago, fairly good lacrosse teams.
But baseball came along and smothered Canada's national sport. At last it
looks is if lacrosse meant to come
back to life, but it will mean uphill
work, for a good team is not built
up in a season and not every village
can afford to import easterners wholesale.
With the prairie provinces cob-
webbed with railways and the number of towns increasing every day,
there seems to be no goo I reasoi
why both lacrosse and baseball should
not have a place in the recreation ot
the farmers. There is room for the
two, and to spare. The question that
remains is:    Is there the support? NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH
;
'������mmf
I
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City iNews
The roller skating rink will close
for the season on Saturday. A fancy
dress carnival will be given on Friday.
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. **
Mrs. Lashley-IInll, of Vancouver,
will address the members of the local
VV. C. T. D. in Queen's.Avenue church
this afternoon.
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most im-
portant features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
next
��� ��
Ice cream on hand. lral A. Reid,
tram office.   Phone 310.
A baseball game arranged t& take
place between the Alerts and Columbian college on Saturday afternoon
failed to materialize.
Tho Asylum and the United Banks
will play a match In the Commercial
Billiard league today.
Because of the inclement weather
only a few of the most daring anglers
went out yesterday to (lsh for trout
in the Serpentine, Nleomekl or Brunette rivers. The season for the finny
delicacy opened on Saturday.
Lots of fresh carnations at the market Friday, 35c a dozen. Davles &
Son, florist.   Phone 897. **
evening.
at
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday
St. Patrick's hall.
A few stray flakes pf snow, lost
wanderers from Alaska,''settled here
yesterday afternoon. Crystals in
spring are rare in Westminster.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. If. Pearse, Telephone 694.    P. O. Box 4.5: **
James Leamy, Crown Timber agent,
who Is under treatment at St. Marys
hospital, Is reported to be progressing towards recovery.
A snap. House and lot on Second
stieet, between Queens and Third
avenue, $3160. Gray & Gilchrist, 675
Columbia street.   Phone 595. **
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday
St. Patrick's hall.
evening.
A call yesterday brought the fire
engine from No. 1 house out on a ga'-
lop, a slight outbreak having been
caused at the residence of J. J. Jone;,
on Blackwood street, hy soot in a
chimney becoming congested.
On and after April 1 all union
barber shops will close df 7:.'!(', Saturdays 10:,'J,0. Hair cutting 35c, razor
honing 50c and work done outside
$1.00. **
Tonight's meeting of the city council will in many respects be an important one, as the estimates in .*
complete form will be brought for discussion and it is on tlie boards that a
huge slice will be cut off the total
figures.
INSURANCE.
Dear Madam
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday
St. Patrick's ball.
.enlng
tr
We would be pleased to show you
our very complete assortment of Side
and Back Combs, Barettes, Hair Nets,
Puffs, Turbans and Rats.
We have bought extensively, antici
pating your wants.    See our window.
Thanking   you   in   anticipation   we
remain
Respectfully,
D. S. Curtis & Co.
Dealers   i
plies,
i   Drugs,   Kodaks  and  Sup-
Seeds and  Spectacles.
A map of thc city, published in 1SS0,
is on exhibition in P. Peebles office
window. The nomenclature of the
streets has changed Considerably
since that time, an attempt having
been made to introduce the numerical system.
Sir Edward Tennant wil visit Port
Mann during the present \vee<, according to telephonic information last
night from Vancouver. Owing to the
hurried nature of the visit last week
tiie party of British capitalists, of
whom Sir Edward is at the he.id, it
was found impossible to take in Port
Mann.
The Nanaimo Roller Hockey team
was defeated heie on Saturday by th.!
locals, tlie score being . to 1. The
teams were: Nanaimo���A. Broad-
bury, T. Tyler, A. Morton, J. Beattie.
Vai Dick, T. Scott, and J. Naylor.
Westminster���E. Fitzgerald, J. John.;,
Harry Tidy, L. Adams, E. Goulet.
Wagner and Swanson. A return match
will he played in Nanaimo in twi
weeks' time.
Zamona, violinist,
St. Patrick's hall.
Tuesday evening.
New   Westminster.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:
B   C.
Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. (..
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale,
AT
HIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
The special B. C. E. R. car whicli
brought the remains of Chai les EuSl-
man from his parents' home in Vancouver, was filled with rel'ativts and
friends of the dead young man. A
service was held at holy Trinity
church ancl this was attended by
many local friends. Tht coffin was
covered with many cosfiy, wreaths
and crosses. The irtte'ment too.
place at the Oddfellow's cemjLery and
was under the auspices of the Native
Sons, Post No. 4.
Cricketers are requested to meet
at Sherriff, Rose & Co. .oftyce (above
the Fair), on Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
for the purpose of forming u club for
the coming season. . *��
Drunks kept the local boys in blue
busy Saturday night and the coop
would have been overstocked had not
a number of these found a sufficient
sum of money to ball themselves out.
Yesterday morning when, the sobering
process had worked, many vows were
made and registered tind doubtless
will be kept for ever or at least until
the next time. There were but two
who could not scrape together the
wherewithal to satisfy tlie ends of
justice and lodgings for two nights a.
the expense of the city were given to
the uninvited guests, who will be in
tervlewed by the magistrate this
morning. ,     _,���..,
Zamona, violinist, Tuesday evening,
St. Patrick's hall. ,,      **
Sapperton made a surprising good
show against the Rangers; when on
Saturday they equalized at a period
when, defeat was bulging big before
the eyes of their suppdrfien. Carse,
from penalty, opened the scoring lor
the Itangers after g barrjep first, half,
and Guthrie followed suit r. few minutes afterwards. With a comfortable
lead matters went along swimmingly
until Tyler swung the sphere between
the uprights and then a stubborn battle took place, the Rangers endeavoring to maintain their leud and the
Sappers trying to either get on an
equal footing or forge ahead. Time at
their disposal would l.ard/y permit of
the latter, but a swift shot from tho
foot of Paterson made the tally an
even one and so the game finished���'
2 each.
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
Splendid Assortment of
New Jabots and
Collars, 35c. each
One of the most complete assortments of Washable Neckwear
ever shown at the price in New Westminster. W'e gathered together a varied selection for this special occasion. Black and
white Paisley and pure white Jacobs, Collars, Bows, Stocks, Etc.
Special value.   Each  35c
200 yards Corset Cover
Embroidery, 35c per yard
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL.
Fine Swiss Cambric and  Muslin. Corset   Embroidery. New designB,
Allover Laces,
35c. per yard
A  general clean-up of dozens of odd pieces of Valenciennes, Torchon and Oriental Allover Laces In  White
Colored
Shirtwaists
$1*00
eacA
Print, Gingham ,,,���   Ch
mouses in white and black bi
";|V-V and white
a   wide   variety
checks.    Waists    are
tailored styles with
stii
and   whit
In
'Pes and
'" Plain
o yoke at tb,
back, long sleeves and
detachable  collar
sizes.    Each . ..
'"rn over
111,1 bow, all
 $1.00
Tailored
Waists
$1* 75 each
Whit.- Linen and Lawn vVaista
with tucked fronts, linen conari|
and cuffs;  neatlj   tailored; all
 $1.73
sizes.    Ench
cream and  ecru, suit
able for waists and yokes,
to  clear,  per  yard   	
Regular values 60c to $1.00.
Special
 35c
Women's
Aprons
Complete,
New Assortment
20 dozen Hemstitched
Pillow Slips, 50c. per pair
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
i
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
���10, 41', i*i and 46 inch white    Cotton     Pillowslips,
nicely     hem
stitched.    Value such as this is seldom possible.
ic sure you ar.;
here early to secure what   vou  need.    Per  pair
 50:
Gin-
5 dozen pairs of Bed
Sheets, $1.95 per pair
English   Cotton
2   bv
pair
exceptionally good quality,
yards.    Laundered  ready for use.
fine even t lain weave,
Our speclul price, per
 $1.95
White and Colored !'. |ntj
hams, Lawns, Muslins, Linen
etc., in Princess or belted Btyles,
with or withoul sh eves, Kach
75c, $1.00 and   $1,25
Childrens
Wool Dresses,
$1*95 each
Plain and Plaid Cbambra
strii ed Galatea, il dn iset
all colors, good full slz<     alt i
boys' Buster Suits? in Linen,
Crash, Qalatea or DrilL in
white, navy, sky, tan, wltb
bloomers.   Each  $b95
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
New Modern
Home
For one week only we can offer a new modern house before tho
advance in price takes effect. The location Is very desirable; only a
minute's walk to tram line and ln the centre of a rapidly developing
locality. Many blocks of cement pavement have recently been completed; extensive street Improvement! are planned for this summer
and a dozen houses are now under construction.
As you enter this home you step into a cosey reception ball, to
the left is a pretty, restful pai lor well lighted by alcove windows.
Next comes a comfortable dining room, cheerful, bright and homelike. Both of these rooms have handsome three light electric fixtures,
controlled by switches.
The kitchen and pantry are loth large enough and have all the conveniences that make house wont pleasant. I'pstalrs there are threo
bright, airy bedrooms, each leading off from a hall, where a stove
gives warmth to every room. There are two clothes closets nnd separate bath and toilet.
The basement is large arid as the house was planed for a furnace
one may be Installed at minimum cost.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY PRICE
Interurban Time Tabic
D,
p.m.
nt I
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. -
Train leaves New Westminster for Vancouver:
7:20, H and every half hour thereafter until 11
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver
half hour until 11 p m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains  leave  New   Westminster for Vancouver at  TK ami every
20,   6:50
s and even
0   a.m.
lioi
Terms, $600 cash; balance
monthly payments.
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f J-Hart & Co., Ltd.
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New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburns Junction fur Steveston
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver nt 8 a 111. and even
half hour thereafter up to 11  p.m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Ahbotsford  only���Leave  New Westminster 4:16 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster !) a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Are You Aware
that electric power ls available from our mains, which now extend-
In addition to branch mains���from the west end of tho city al<">��
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Brunette
stieet to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible the adoption of out
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric, power service may be made at the company's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancouver,
wlll also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
Wiring  Inspection
MUNICIPALITY OF BURNABY.
Mr. 11. flumes, electric wiring inspector, has requested ns to notifj
residents  and   bulldln.    contractors within tbe municipality of Burnaby, thnt application for Inspection   of  wiring   may  be  made at M
Homer street, or at the Lighting Company's office, Vnncouver, B.I*.
or ut the Municipal Hall, Bnrnayb.
No Service Connections Can  Be Made by the Company Unless the
Wiring Certificates is sent In to us.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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