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 -C��ty LegisfcfJ.
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard  Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER,821.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDA Y MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1911.
price five cram.
/f.UUI||']  3A||l!|Slrf.,'|
s/ntiia II
TO DRAIN SURREY
Scheme for Improvement of
14,000 Acres of Land Will
Cost About $150,000.
LAN NEW CAR LINE
EOR UPTOWN STREETS
B. C. E. R. to Improve Service - City May Acquire
System in 1941.
The building of two dams in Surrey,      F. R. Glover, assistant manager of
one across the Nicomeckle    and    tht. | the B. C. K.  It., will in the course of
Other across tho    Serpentine    rivers,
with b view to providing better draining for a section of the municipality,
START SUIT AGAINST
BRUNETTE SAW MILLS
Legal Papers Demanding
Compensation for Alleged
Water "Steal" Made Uut.
a few days place before the Westminster council plans for the building of
L. A. Lewis, manager of the
Brunette Sawmills, is to be served
with legal papers today calling upon
GAELS HEAR SERMON
IN MOTHf TONGUE
U. S. CONGRESS MAY
HOLD EXTRA SESSION
SUGGEST CHANGtS
IN CONSTITUTOR
Novelty In Service at St.'Several Important Legisla-
Andrew's Church Draws tive Measures to Be Dealt
Many to Sacred Edifice. With Before Adjournment
A service of more than ordinary interest to the Gaelic speaking people of
the Royal City was that held yester-
a0 work already started. Tho area
(fleeted comprises in the neighborhood uf 1-1,000 acres.
Henry Hose, Reeve T. J. Sullivan
and Hioii B. Smith havo been appointed duni commissioners.
Will  Cost $150,000.
It Is estimated that the building of
the two dams, and the elevation of the
old S
BC
Washington, Feb. 19.���An extra session of congress now looms very large.
Unless President Taft and the friends
of the Canadian agreement are able to
bring more than ordinary pressure to
bear on tbe senate and avert the expenditure of time by the opponents
Alterations to B. C. A. L. JL
Rules, Proposed By Vancouver Club, Mostly Good.
All is not as it should be in Utc<coo-
stitution of the British Columbia
Amateur Lacrosse association, aoxird-
lng to Con Jones and his fellow directors of the Vancouver Lacrosse dub.
Therefore  tbe genial Con  bas
hlm to appear in a civil court and pro-  day afternoon in St. Andrew's Presby-
-'   ,    ��� ,i~.M��rf ,���,���n   ������,. .....i.   .    |U" add"lonal ''ar liue 'n the city. The' duce    arguments    showing    why    he tttlan church.   As the Rev. Dr. A. K.
halbeen decided upon, _and jreUmta-1 intention of tbe company is to make'should not be called upon    to    reim-! McLellan' ��' the W��� Cited church,
an extension from Columbia street up   blirse the city of N-ew v. fc.slmlnatel. for | Ho18tl0"' ?*a8?' U- s- A" W!ls   ln   the its friends-It Is difficult to see   how   nights figuring out what Is wrong sen J
Eighth street to Carnarvon; east    on'                 .                ,       V               .            neighboring city of Vancouver at this the senate can   reach   a   vote before  has evolved a nnmhnr nf amaJh���������
Carnarvon to Sixth street and up the an unHta,ed C),iantl,y of water alleged | time, the Rev. J. S. Henderson extend- adjournment.                                          | ^8. e\��      , d num,bier of amend���-ate
bill on Sixth street and thus Join   the   lo have 1,een "legally    used    at   the  ed to the visitor a cordial Invitation Ahead of the   Canadian   agreement  a" m?���,ft�����'f1Bth^ ;������,   ,   hol>?f
existing oar  line at    the    corner    of  mills, and also to show cause why his|t0 BIjeak to Gaels of Westminster aud for consideration, and ln addition   to    '    "'��" "             " """"   -���**���
Fourth  avenue  and  Sixth   street.     \   firm should not reimburse the city for   jt was "ot su,'Prlsing that there was a ten   general   appropriation   bills,   aro
new line will be constructed west from   damage alleged to have been done   to1 lartre attendance to listen to the highly measures affecting the following sub-
Sixth street und    Sixth    avenue    on   the city pipe line, which Ts said    to   c(llturedj and impressive speaker. The jects:
" ' senators.
ernment. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Engineer Hrice, who has been taking wundlngs at the sites of the dams,
reports hai lng found excellent build-
in. bottom.
 _ ._,._ _- .. ~.   ..~ prom
line at Sixth street, will be made* tlie Ised to tear open the official blue en
city council having broached the sub-1 velope tbis morning, as he is curious
Ject to the B. C. E. R. officials who even if not anxious, to know tbe worst,
have lt under advisement.   Should the      Alderman Bryson, chairman of   thn
   <t;fll
be adopted at the annual meeting of
the association to be held in .Vancouver on Saturday, March 25.
Con's changes, neatly typewritten-
on many sheets of paper, have faoMaa
mailed to Fred J. Lynch, secretary tot
the association, it is evident KtuK.
the revised constitution of the Si. I*.
l'. has been closely scanned ia Die
effort to better the B. C. docua**i1-
in v��'��a'- ' j-iere are tlie suggested alterations:
be   sidetrack- New Reserve Ru,e.
^^^ Behind each Article X11I.
is a group of determined senators in       Section   No     L_Each   and   evfsrir
In a strong    and    well    modulated   sistent that  a  vote   shall   be   taKen.  _laye_ whQ pani(.ipated in any ^u^k-
voice the speaker lost no time ln pre-   Some of the measures must be lett un-  Qr intermedlate matcU uuring the
liminarv talk.    He extorted    the vir-   passed   or   the   Canadian   at.rcfm.nt  cnn nf ln,n ,__ ������.. ���,.,u ,_ .��.,_
do unto them and not forsake them.!
T1 A   , m       ,,, ,       ,        i-.��.v *-. i. hm. -i  ou. irtciiieiu.    ououKt trie       munuinu oryHou, cnairman or    tlie    .���...   .......    ..^ t.,iu. ,cu    u,c  wi-   i,*.**.^^*.   u,    vu^    ..............    ,._.v. .... ... inin ?r.r or,,, ,i���v, ���    *i -
��j .rlZ TriVfJ^   lattW scheme materialize the line   in   water committee, was exceedingly non-1tues ��f the Mes8>ah. representing Him   will die.   The foregoing is at any rate  ���"���� ��"[��� ^^*�����.
ratepayers���and one dealing
paying ot a   percentage   of
B mile aparl, and aro to be fitted with
flood gates.
In past years the tide water from
Boundiiry hay has backed up the
rivers and swollen the streams to
sometimes disastrous proportions. Not
only did the sea water fill the channel,
but by this means it    prevented    the
proper draining of the land, tho   rain   "from   the   service   to   the
water soaking into the soil instead of  argued  for a considerable time
makin.   its way to the Mcomeckl    or
Sertentlne.
Land  Is First Class.
The Surrey land which will be benefited by the building of these dams U
of the kind that compels boosters to
tell the truth���Its virtues cannot be
over-estimated. It Is equal in every
respect to thc richest of Delta soil and
will produce crops that will compare
favorably with anything raised else-
wberi on fin's coast.
use on Third avenue, Pine street and   committal    when    disturbed    by    the ' a8 the servant of and chosen of God the opinion of the Republican leaders. ��� ,a ' '&�������side ed as the g��
Fourth avenue will probably be main-   News. He volunteered the Information  and    as one in whom   Jehovah    hai Those wbo hoped to avoid an extra ��      ���           olav for anv other a*LvZ
talned as an emergency one.                  \ that instructions had been  given    to'??1'*'   confidence,  and  one   in   whom session by getting a vote on the Mc- 6              i-          ���*>  �� "a ���ro��^S
At a private meeting which the citv; the   city   solicitors   to  make   out   the   Hls  EOul  delighted.    In  the  chapter, Call Bill, see their chance for success ln,s association excepting aa piowdaa
council had with the B, C. E. It. the   papers some days ago, but he was not I God  is represented as silent    for    a
growing less and less as'the close ot  ln *hef.e by-laws.
Section No.
-Each club in    t��ii��?
duestion-an important   one 'to' the   1" a position to"say whether tbey had  long,tlme'   linking," as Paul puts lt,  the session draws nearer without any , t,    *    '    *       ���   , mainuBu
��� with the   yet   been  served.     He  was  not  sure  at th? ,sins and disobedience of    the  of these controverted   matters   being  a '^enre'Mtet of elSSoI^S^
I Gentile's world, but now he is to arise   got out of the way. With no little anx-
receipts   the matter would be aired at the coun-,     j, , - ,   -       .    -  .-        , . .     ,       ,������,. ������.  mu u*j m
city, was  cil meeting   tonight,   but   such    will   and  manifest   His displeasure at sin.  lety those senators.who fea   they are   reguiated as tollows.
a  "reserve"  list  of  eighteen  ptayena
and no more, which privilege ia to 3��e
although the representatives from the
Klectric company were vested with
certain powers that was beyond their
and   likely be the case.
He is to go forth as a man of men to  facing a summer session are "sitting
Each   club   shall   prepare   and   SU*
In  a  letter  to  the  council  several! ��I!_!?���_W "le kingdom and Power '"'.^''iSCi^^ ��� senator  ^'.th  the  president  and secretary ��f
days ago Mr. Lewis denied all responsibility for the water trouble, placing
scope and the matter wlll be referred   the  blame on  the  civic officials,
by them to tbe directors at an emerg-   l!'e   matter, is   not   settled   amicably,
darkness. I     So far as can be learned no
The reverand gentleman took his who bas talked with President Taft
hearers through all the wanderings ot has been commissioned to announce
the Servant and in an address full of positively whether there will be an
fervor he    asked    that those    present   extra session in t'-e e- en*
Funeral of Walter  B.  Blakeley.   _ 	
Rarely has a funeral in recent years' "on- **��*< ln u,e event of the SfrsctBra
created such a deep impression in tailing to agree to thW donoewlen. Om
Nen Westminster as that on Satur- 1!- C. E. R. should, after a term of five
day, when the mortal remains of Wai-   -'ears, pay n percentage on their earn-
sensatorial deadlock at Albany so long
as S\ llliam P. OlIUQlian ls a candidate
En., lsh.
lngs, will in all likelihood be the
scheme eventually adopted by both
parties.
Assistant Manager Glover fought
tooth and nail a suggestion that a
plause be Inserted in the articles of
Over fifty members of Royal Lodge agreement that after a lapse of twenty
No. 6, Kni. hts of Pythias, wearing ,iv* years the corporation could pur-
tlieir mourning badges, were In at chase, if they so desired, on a plebis-
tendance and escorted the hearse and ''Ite from the people, the lines as then
accompanying carriages and vehicles existing from the company and tho
to the burying .round
��� | Blakeley were laid to rest
���   Anglican   cemetery.    The   deceased  had   made   many   friends   and
en the   "iiin was tenderly carried
from the \V. E. Pales' undertaking par-
'crs hundreds of heads    were    bared.
FALSE FRIEND FIGURES IN
HOLDUP OF HARRY HOWELL
Visitor  Had a  Thirst,    Drowned    It;
Found a Friend, Fed Him;  Was
Held Up and Lost $29.75.
FASCINATING PUT IS
March 4. would pass the bill.
The senate committee    on    rinanoe
has decided   to   give hearing on the
McCall bill on Monday and   Tuesday.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^<)n Wednesday the bill will be consid-
t/ruin r  rnn   llliTCiinr   ered in exectnive session and the con-
VtflllLt run AMATtUnS sensufof oijinion >s ,hat ll **"be re
ported not later than Thursday.
  i     Even though the McCall bill should
| be given to the senate on that date,
The Re
K.  Bartlett, of St. Bar-
corporation argued that they were in'
any case strongly in favor of a clause
Story of Rip Van Winkle's Long Sleep1
in  Kaatskill  Mountains to Be
Acted Next Monday.
this  association,  not  later   thau    ^ibe
first day of April, 1911, a list of ttsehr
players as  provided in Section Ne. 1
of this article,  and    of    such    otb?a-
players as they wish    to    include in
their  "reserve  list,"    all    of     wlixHti
shall  be  subject  to  the  approva.5  ��ti (
the  president  and   secretary   ot  Ubsas
association    as   in   accordance   ��dWb
these    by-laws.    The    said    "resent;
lists,"   when   approved  by   the  pr-es?-
dent   and   secretary  of    this    uai<Ki.
shall be a title of ownership by irrespective clubs of the players name.!
thereiu.
Section No. 3.���Any club in tiiis
association shaTTbave the privilege act
any time of securing the services. <*'
any player not included in the "ie-
serve lists" of the respective data ik
this association, and of iclca>��ig.
purchasing or exchanging playe.a _*.
said lists up to, but    not later   than
tfjetx
inducted the services both in ,ieing inserted making provision for a With the police within fifty yards of
the funeral parlor und at the grave- terminating franchise.   As an answer the scene of the   occurrence,    Harry
fide                                                 **          , to the statement  put forward by  Mr. Howell,    an  American    subject,    who                           __       _
The pallbearers were Henrv    Jeal, Glover that it hardly seemed fair that live at 823  Raymond street,  Vancou- ^nd become .one'of things'forgotten.
Pred Filgiano and loe Govette  former Just "hen the company was making a ver, was held up on McNeely and Co-  The storv of Rip is based on an }m.
fellow workers  with  the" deceased at l>��>lng concern of the system, the coi- lumbia shortly before midnight Satur-  pos8ibiiity, yet it is fascinating, and,
"'f B. C  distillery   and A   B   Grant poration provisionally agreed that at day and relieved of $28 in bills and  as  it  is  to be  presented  next  Mon-
Frank Borden ami Clarence Stein   of the expiration of five years, by which $1.75 In silver by three young men.      I dav at the opera house by a cast 0;
Koyal Lodge No   6   K   of P time the line woidd be paying, the city Telling his version of the sad, sal  locai amateurs, it will be almost con-
Included in'the   'large    number   of would press for the termination of the. tale to the Daily News, Howell, who  vincing.
floral tok. ns placed    on    the    casket franchise twenty-five years from that came  from   Washington   five   months;     gydnev Smith, who plays the part of
theie  is  grave doubt as   to whether  th�� 30th day of June    of    the
consideration for it could be brought   current season,    it    being    provided.
about however, that all such changes atatfl
There  is no enthusiastic   advocate   within two days of their taking place
for the McCall bill on the Republican   be filed with the president and secre-
 ,. j side of the chamber.   Should a Demo-  tary of this associate, and shall ��3t
| crat come forward as Its champion, his  take effect until ratified by them, ami
There is too much human interest  efforts  would probably prove ineffec-  jt *s further stipulated that at no take
in the quaint New England plav   "Rip   tive, as his motives would be sure to   Bb^ the total number of players tm
Van Winkle" to permit it to pass awav   be attacked on the ground that he was   tbe reserve  list  of any  club ezcead
seeking to embarrass the Republicans,  eighteen.
 I     Section No. 4.���No   player   on   the
I "reserve lists" of any club in this as-
NOTE   sociation  whose status has
^^^^H^       I proved of by the president   aad
19. Forty-six  tary   of    this   association    shall   tm
eligible at any time    to play for migr
AFTER 46 YEARS SHE
GETS SOLDIER'S
St,   ��iMn��. Vt.. Feb.
years after it was found among the ef-
iBots oi a uoniederate soldier   killed
other club excepting as provided aa
section 3 hereof. .
Section  No.  5.���No player cane .be.-
��eie remembrances from the follow-  date, which means that in thirty years ago, and who works as a sackmaker  the firgt demon  ln the 8cene which in the federal charge on **��ers Hill,
inn: i time the city  would,    lf the    people on Cordova street, Vancouver, said he  precedes Rip's    mighty   sleep-produc- Va.. Sentember 22.  1��64,  wajo'    ��� ev" traded        gold wjthout his consent.
Crosses-Mr. and Mrs.   Booth,   Mr.  thought fit. take over and run the cars, had come over from that city in the  lng drink   wears one of the    uglie8t m0ur H.>^6od^toter.mailed a   etter ^ dub ^
The question of the Coquitlam dam afternoon with a saloonkeeper to look  masks ever seen on a stage.    To the to Mrs. Mildred Mitchell, or inouoik, u_   \ ,__���_,,.,_ _fc_��� ,���_,���,. ���
was the cause for lengthy argument, over the latter's new place of business other players it is supposed to be in- Va , for whom it was intended,
but it can be said, with a reservation, and whilst he confessed to having had  vjgibie
��nd Mrs. A. p. Grant, Mr. and Mrs.
Jo!m Chappel, S. A. Pearce, Mr. and
-}jrs Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews,
Mr. and MIS. T. j, Trapp.
WreathB- Mrs. Hatt-Cook, Mr. and
llrs I Q. House, H. c. Hardware asso-
���""ii. T. Gifford and son, Mr. and
*rs. C. A. Welsh, employees B. C. dis-
""ery, Mr, and Mrs. Alex Mathesoi>
v P' Md li E. and V. McPhaden, Mr
and Mrs \,is Nelson, W. C. R, Baker,
11 L. KiIiiioiHls. Mrs. C. Brown and
inmily. Ladies' Aid St. Barnabas
church.
Harp���b
Creaeenl
Shield
Ami,,,,'
s,;"    Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Tidy.
Sprays���Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cooks-
'���Ji N|r. and Mrs. D. A. Cameron, Mr.
��� Mrs. Sam Dawe. Br., Mr. and Mrs.
"' VV. Mint I
however, that a truce has been called,  a few wet refreshments presumably bv I
a�� imcuucu. man who ls ineligible shall forfeit tfte
The letter was addressed to   Miss  match  in which said man took part
Mrs.   Mlt- to the opposing club.
The  president  and  secretary  stu It
  .    Mrs.' Dr. Jones is taking the part Nellie  Snead,  which  was 	
Terms have been mentioned, but these   way of "hanselling" his friend s new  of Gretehen, Rip's termagant wife, and chell's maiden n*me     sue "'��" " ,        on" fiIe the "reserve" lists of sitie
have not yet been made public. I possession, he denied the soft Impeach-  Mica  M��rmrrt Lewis fa Meenie. the in Lynchburg,  va.  v.   v.  narus   ****->   .._*��� . . ,       J    _.   _���
The  construction  of  the  lines    to   that he was, well, to put    it bluntly
Miss  Margaret Lewis is Meenie, the    n Mncnourg,   *��..* ���   *��� different clubs and. a record    of   all
 ___���.!ter who alone acknowledges the  the writer and he'betojiged to the vir   ch       g_ al, of ^jjch Mme   takia&
Millside and the Lulu island extension   anything resembling soused.   A younm  8trange old  wanderer as her  father,   ginia Volunteer lnianir}.    it   �����     *>*���    ���       .   ...    .���_,_   	
dauglv
C. distillery.
Kmployees T. J. Trapp.
Royal Lodge K. ot P.
Bill and Maria.
will begin at once; this much was i3
sued for publication.
HYPHENATED   WOMAN
SUES   FOR   DIVORCE
San Francisco, Feb. 19.
May   Folsom-Sunderhaiis-Corfey-Silver
fellow who was in the saloon com
plained of being hungry, and kind-
hearted Harry taking compassion and ond" husband'
also tlie aforementioned youth, went
tripping over to a Jap hash dealers
where you can procure "Coffee and"
Mrs. Edith for a few cents. End of chapter one.
The scene ls changed; the pair are
tm-
Parnell  Kearv  plays the  monev-mad   ' 'ear whether his company   was   the effect shall be subject   to
-  Twelfth or the Forty-second. I proval .'_"_.
Henrv   C. fomeroy, of   St. Albans, Increase Amount of Bond.
    ,, . I    Another article provides   that    all
Derrick von Beekman, Gretchen's sec-
C.  P.  R.  PLANS   IN   TORONTO.
stone-Dunphy-Pagmiielo     has     again  on the street and all the world looks
tired of matrimony and today brought    bright when two strange youths, both
Five  Million  Dollars   for New   Buildings, Viaduct and Station.
Toronto.    Feb.    19.���The   Canadian
a    divorce    suit,     alleging     cruelty, please note, wearing caps and arrayed Pacific plans ca lng   o' the expendt-
aga nst   Ernest   Pagmuelo,  the attor- in  new light  suits, bore down  upon ure of about five nUUsu of dollaw
nly who tided he. out of her marital him nnd the lights of the cafes et al. in Toronto were laid before the boa.d
&.��? with Jim Dunphy, the cattle fade from view and before, the, hero ^g^J^^&JTUfiS
t^ fU"a^idVehlettFefon';���ant- clubs'playing In the schedule    stall
Cava ryound   he letter on jM ��M* f    bond of $100Q tQ fln|sh ^
Mivft^tt JeJXww fo��und  season instead of $500 as now.   It *
** SIS  I011OWd>
Article IV.
Section  No.  1.���Each club    before
being entitled to the privileges oi'   a
among a collection of war relics.
EDMONTON  A COAL CENTER.
An    Available   Supply   of   80,000,000  franchise as a member of this
Tons Is Estimate of 14 Mile Area.     elation shall in addition to the ��
���    tltlmdlC   Ol      n    "IIIW   r-*t ���*,**** %. **,a*aV*m   -^ ���   ��� 	
Ottawa   Feb   19-That   Edmonton membership fee hereinafter provide:!
king, and then married^ S5T| ^^o^e^ toT^jji blm-  b��Ildlng_ for^e ^minion ��#�� pl-oral8es to be the center of a flourish- ^��^^jitU &��*+��*
... turnbull, Mrs. M. E. Murchlson, 13.
"��� Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Morrow, Mr.
ana Mrs   Kast man, C. L. and D. J. P.
Girl Swallows Pins at Dance.        I
J��Net. 111.. Feb. 19���While dancing
 may txaas-
consU- fer Yts deposit, if it has disnoaed   ��T
cIlToftrceTnTringtag up "the ing a million dollars, will be erected,  nues The Edmonton field.   "All condi- its  franchise  to another club atocU
from miverstone'wasUlegal, and that drama now shows Howell floundering  streets an office iiui.aing oi uurieen  the estimate
EfDSiJKffiSS^^*^.^^   sf,aa   ofde��,a,r   lnt��   llte?e' J?-?1?^?...1!??*^^'fi&'JJ^LSg^ the fourteen-mile   area which
her husband.
Woman Author Succumbs. _^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^__^_
New   York    Feb    19.���Mrs.   Alice  police station with Howell up
"a Party^ew"p1 .tty^fie' McertJ.   Morse Earle,'author of a number of  centre figure
""88 Marie Sweetwood, of Plalnfleld,  well know
flowed a pin and almost strangled.  New    F -
phone call office and ringing up tno  ms �� u.....^ �������.��.,  -... -^ ���---��� uues me m umumuu ********     ""���;"" m..v be admitted ln its place to
nollce station whilst (same act, second  A new  union station   on  the   water tions ** say8 the   expert," shows   the may'be aa mi"*ain"jtp1       but
scene)   �� reducei  the  inside' of  the  front will be erected whether the via- coal ln the vicinity to be of the Ugh JjJgJ thls ^soclation' but
8       ' !..���.-.. 8tage   duct proposition goes through or not. cia8Sl which although excellent as fuel otherwise.
Several new freight yards will be es- for dome8tlo and power purposes, re- ^W^ which shall beooaus ttie
-mtt.
-A club shall fcafeit
an extended honeymoon.
Two Killed by Explosion
. ' 'notitnwn. Pa., Feb. 19��� Two then
I  "' killed and a third probably fatal-
,:,. .'"'ed late yesterdav when an ex-
Bociety
dollars, which   leads   the   writer   to the   composer,   ana   me nor   uauarao mmeu neur mc mj ������ an uiUu^,���v���..���
think aloud that perhaps  Harry did Sonzogno,   the     musical     publisher, for the permanent location for future  and on the day named by this osKoeia-
not have thirty dollars with him.   As  atr.tnst  Lleber & Co. of New York, Industries. tlon unless unable to do so, by c*c��a��-
he could not get back to the city   of over the cancellation of a contract for
Deputy Postmaster Shot.
Colfax  Wash   Feb. 19.���Delbert Em-     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^__
mons   d'enutv postmaster of Soldier, his adoption by the time he had told the production of the opera "Ysobel"
Trade Commissioner Dead.
a third probably fatal- mens.  "Wu^toM.therest It of      s tale of woe the city entertained was begun yesterday.   The defendant      Manchester,   Eng.,   Feb. 19.-F. B.      ^.f���^ ���� denoelt
G?,eenSre.ne,ndaenDaTt'      sfio't sM to K^ been infi?c   d by  him overnight, but again, cruel luck,  flrm  was  not represented.    Lawyers  MacNamara, Canadian trade commis-    ^,1      h^S-
the  Corning aepait-  ���' suoi bhki u> u��.c u w      # ,   ���i��Ii.hw�� oaUo/i ftint m,ov   ho  sloner for this cltv. died here sudden- J^ ���	
n,    -   ��� - ...te y
os on wre(,Uod  U)e  Cornlng depa;. ..
at nV   tlle D"Pont Powder company Ernest   Vaught,   a   soldier,   Monday,
U|lphant, Blx miles from here. last. '
(Continued on Page Four.)
for the nlalntiffs asked that they   be sloner for this city, died here sudden-
awarded damages.   , ly last n'gbt
stances over which in the opiated a*
the association It has no control.
Section No. 4���The association abaft
within BB���i
nn   r*f  fr*��*�� **.L *
..uiiuutiu on Page Four.j
t : PAGE TWO
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY
20, 1911
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Wants
FO tt SALK���1 HAVE FOR SALK THE
pettiest cottage in New Westminster city. Double corner, close to
Columbia Street, Trice $5200, one-
quarter cash, balance one, two an.l
three years. Apply P. Peebles, 620
Columbia street.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
CLEARED LOT, 66x132, on Hamilton
street, with street in rear. A snap
at $mr>o; one-third eIx and twelve
months,
TWO LARGE LOTS to lane in west
end, on opened stieet, al $400 each;
one-third six and twelve months.
! ���
CLEARED DOUBLE CORNER, 132
feet square, facing Queens jinrk, fo,
VOU SALK ��� EIGHTH AVENUE]
lots, cleared. Price $630, terms $230
cash, balance on time. Also cleared;
lot for $(i00, terms $125 cash, balance|
losult purchaser. Apply P. Peebles,,
fciQ Columbia street.    j
WANTED���SITUATION HY CANA-
iian man, steady work by day or
reek; .ood teamster. Address T.
G. Dobson, Burquitlam, P. O.
$3000;   one-third   six,
eighteen months.
twelve   and
CLEARED LOT, 66x132 to lane, on
Fifth avenue and First street, for
$1000; one-third six, twelve and
eighteen months.
TWO LOTS on Fifth street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, all cleared and in fruit; $1-125 each.
WANTKD ��� SITUATION HY RE-
sfcetable woman, any kind of work,
iiv day or week; good plain sewer.
Address Mrs. T. G. Dobson, BurQUlt-
lam P. O.     	
TO LET -r- UNFURNISHED FLAT,
modern conveniences, reasonable
rent; three minutes from car line.
Enquire SKI Hth St., above Sth ave.,
city.
WANTED���A FIRST CLASS tlKNKIt-
��� 1 purpose buggy horse. Write with
full particulars to Clerk, Municipal
hall, Kdmonds.
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE on good
corner lot on Sixth avenue, near
Moody square. Concrete foundation,
large basement, and all thoroughly
modern; $I!S00; one-third cash, balance easy.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columt.a Street.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
City  Property.
NEW 8-room modern house on Third
avenue near Ninth street, on lot f>4.\
12a.   Price $.'!S00, on easy terms.
WANTEW���AT THE WALSH SASH
and Door factory, shingle sawyers
Apply at once.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO Clients who wish to purchase five or
six room modern cottages to tbe
ralue of $3500, $500 cash, balance ou
tasy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone (ISO.
WANTED -- CARPENTERS, ME-
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on street
tar line. We furnish cleared lo'.,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own homo
lor residence, rent or sale, or we
till build you a home to sut on
imall monthly payments. Call
l.eibly & Blumer Realty Co., HOS
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, lTel. 8365), or <U3 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel
687.   Open evenings till 0 p.m.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
���keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved. with buildings, In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, f>2 Hastings street east.
HOUSE   and   hut   on   Dublin   street.
Price $'.150; easy terms.
LOT 55x160 feet on Mowat street; all
cleared.   Price $1050, on terms.
SURREY���80 acres on Quible Road,
adjoining Port Mann. Price $400
per acre, on easy terms.
BURNABY���Lot close to Sixth street
car line.    Price $275; good terms.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703.    Residence L611.
Real  Estate   and   Insurance Agencies.
Auctioneers, etc.   Money to Loan.
Walker Block, Columbia  Street,  New
Westminster.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
I A) TWO LOTS on Hamilton street,
near Eighth, fruit trees and stable.
$Bi5b.    Terms.
(B) TWELVE LOTS in west end.
$500 each. One-third cash, balance
six and twelve months.
TO  RENT.
YO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOMS
statable for couple or two gentlemen. No children, Apply at -10U
Eleventh stret, or J. Gray's jewelry
store.
(C) FIVE LOTS on Sixteenth street
and Seventh avenue. $;!700. Terms
cue-third cash, balance six tind
twelve months.
(D) GOOD modern six roomed house,
huge lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $:!500. $000 cash,
balance over two years.
FOR SALE.
TOR SALE���DRIVING CAB, BUGGY
mid harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Kdmonds water system���streets belli:, opened. Each lot (iii by 242 or
Aver, with frontage on two streets.
At soil. $150 and $462.50; one-quai-j
ler cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months. If you want one
comfe today. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
FOR SALE���40 ACRES, 12 ACRES
cleared, balance partially cleared;
?oad soil, high and dry; seven room
louse, barn and out buildings. Price
reasonable. Apply Nell McLeod,
218 Fourth avenue, New Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAU Tl-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
1108 Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365, or 013 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Telephone t!S7.
(E) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street and lfio feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,
balance over live years at 7 per
eent.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
; Phone 680. New Westminster
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow bouse, in very good condition,
Jhree rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
CANADIAN
IFIC
LOST.
I/)ST���SLIDE RULE, IN LEATHER
case. Finder will be rewarded by
returning to tram office.
LOST, STOLEN OF STRAYED���
English white setter dog, black eye,
eleven months old. Any one harboring same after this notice will be |
prosecuted. Finder kindly return to
T. Gifford, jr., Third street.
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
CANADIAN PACIFIC
��'m B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Dally except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Dally
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 (i. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4. 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Two trips per montli, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible. /
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Ever  Monday  morning
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P. A., Vancouver
COAL
WM   RING UP 56 ���
Before your bin is Empty.
We it mi it tar
Transfer
���mc* 'Phone 118.     Barn 'Pkone 111
Columbia Strait.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   tl*
any part of tit* citj.
Westminster Coal Co'y1.. ,M    IIf      ���   ,.
w. n. clarke, Mgr.   j "gnt and Heavy Hauling
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
Sings in English.
Four New Records
By CARUSO
,v  , Now On Sale.
\VK\ The great, incomparable tenor haa
made four new Records for his Gram-
o-phone friends.   Among these is his first attempt in
English.   IJThe sympathetic beauty and the "timbre"
of his rich tone .are faithfully recorded.
87070. "For You Alone"���In English O'Reilly-Gcchl
Ten-inch, with Orchestra, $2.00.
87071. "Otello"���Ora e sempre addio���In Italian Verdi
Ten-inch, with Orchestra, $2.00.
88279. "Pagliacci"���No, Pagliacci, non son���
In Italian Leoncavallo
Twelve-inch, with Orchestra, $3.00.
88280. "Good-bye"���Addio���In Italian    Tosti
Ten-inch, with Orchestra, $3.00.
Berliner Gram-o-phone
Co., Limited
MONTREAL
DANCE IN FLUFFY GOWNS
AT SIXTY BELOW ZERO
FROM EX.
5
Courageous Women   in Fairbanks Enjoy   Monthly  Party   While  Cold
Makes Winter  Record.
Red Men No Longer Permit,
ted to Pose as Attractions
at Provincial Fairs.
lo
Calgary, Feh
landon their
19--The fndlc
sporl
loving
Fairbanks, Feb. 19,���Friday night
the temperature dropped to the coldest on record in this valley, (J2 degrees below zero, and although It was
51 below in the evening, (hat fael did
not deter the residents of the city from
attending such amusements as offered;
Friday evening was the occasion  of
the monthly dancing party given by
the Arctic Brotherhood and lifty  couples  attended,  the  women  appearing! as  attractions,   anl   tiny
in their finery and flimsy gowns as ifLhlo ,1V Bidc wUh ,,.,
It were summer. ,���,.,    ., ������
On the same evening the Presbyter-I wIn prlze8' l]m[ ls ''
lan church was packed for a social lllan departmenl and
given by the men of the congregation.
iiuis
are
Wayw
settle down toaquiel life and be
and profitable citizens ever after
they ever attend
berta, It will |ie as exhlblto
If
"��� exhibition i��� A,.
* "I'J not
WOMEN'S   FIGURES NOT
WHAT   THEY   USED   TO   BE
Btand
men and
"' ���'"" ol the in.
some action i��
taken with this end In view,
For some missionaries and
| agents   have  complained
i dian   dances   and    other
i which are put on al fan
ndian
"' "ie  I0.
""riu'lioiij
London, Feb. 19.���The  question as 1 department"has"now taken aVJ1"
to whether the woman of today is los-   "���- 	
ing her distinctively feminine   flgurdl
owing to Increased interest in inas-1
culine sports has once more been'
brought  into prominence   by a state-1
Call at oar neareat dealer* and ask to hear these
splendid new records.
BE SURE AND HEAR THE VICTROLA
ment made by Dr. Sargent, of the Harvard gymnasium, on the "physical con-
format ion of women."
"Open air and athletic sports, more
rational dress and education more like
that of men," he says, "have caused
the pronounced physical character la
tics known as feminine to diniish and
the proceedings and is endeavoring
induce  the  exhibitors  to
Indian feature.
Letter    From    Department.
Here is a letter which
111
to
it out the
1 *'&8 received
hy the Calgary Industrial Exhibition
and read at the meeting yesterday:
Ottawa, January L6, piji
Sir���I beg to Inform you thai atten.
Hon has been drawn |(, the fact that
of late the management committeeso(
various agricultural exhibitions and
fairs in the wesl have made a nrar.
made the female figure more like that! ,|(.L. ���r advertising as one
of the male."
I carry a full line of
VICTOR RECORDS AND MACHINES
From the Victor No.'jl at $31.00 to the
Victor Victrola at $250.00.
I can suit you both in price and machine
���   Call and let us play them for you.
I. H. TODD'S MUSIC HOUSE
419 Columbia St., New Westminster
George   Henry, A. R
known artist, entirely agrees wilh  Hi
.argent.
"Compared with some of a generation ago." he Bays, "the Women <>t today look harder and stronger, their
figures are straighter, and in
eases their muscles are nunc developed, Judging from iny observation,
women's arms are longer and their
hands bigger than they UBed to be',
Other physical characteristics arc i
certain broadness across the >ii u.
(iers. slightly larger waists and Halter
chests. They have losl much of their
graceful lines and contours, and their
manner is often somewhat aggressive.'.'
NEW   POSTOFFICE   IS
PROMISED    FOR    CHILLIWACK
Chilliwack,    Feb.    1'.'
assistant postofflce Inspecto
ef the at-
"aciions of the- lairs the appearance
���'., v',',    "f tndlana in dances ami pageanU,lj
their native costumes,   it |   ,    ...
that the result of the practice referred
to is detrimental in the Interest* ol
the Indians.   For some timi   ���    .
exhibitions take place, Llu ��� who have
many| arranged to take pari In thi   . ,  .
and pageants neglect their woi
expltemenl  in prospect al Borba their
interest, and  thej   b< c une   unsettled
and  dissatisfied.     The resull   .. .
tliey am in attendam ���  ai the exhibi-
lions are moie dei loral le as it is un-
dei stood  the  Indians   fri  uently in, I
dulgc in liquor In contravention of tin
statute, squander theli .:
allow their women lo be degra.led anil
debauched.    After they n turn to tlieir'
resen es. it is mos' dlffi uli lo again
Interesl them in their work.
The governmenl of Canada i
a large amount of mom
Mr,   Murray, j the education ol civilization of the I*
By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopgood.
Biggest comedy hit that has every struck Broadway."���Munsey's Magazine. S
"Most amusing comedy ever produced in America."���Channing Pollock in the Green Book.
"A laughing wonder."���N. Y.
Times.
"Doesn't give time to breathe
between laughs."���N. Y. Globe.
"A comedy jewel."���N. Y.
Commercial.
"Screamingly funny. Funniest
in New York."���N. Y. Tribune.
"Veritable conspiracy of fun.
Convulsed Its audience."���N. Y.
World.
"Whole magnum of fun.
long laugh."���N. Y. Sua.
was in | dians.   The departmenl Is en        :
the city on Friday last. The estimates In ihe work by the n
have provided $20.11011 ror the new fed-|many cases, to good Influence!
eral building at chilliwack which will  in ihe general inters ts 1      e people\
be bulll this summer and will bb high- of Canada that  the Indiai    bemad!
ly appreciated by the public as well  good   citizens,   and   the  depan
as hy the postofflce staff, the business' popes  that   realizing   the coi III        I
transacted   having   far  outgrown  the I affairs you will be ready to furtl
capacity ot tbe presenl building. | far juj possible, the work carrl
the goveinment,   II wo ild hi I
fortunate to have ii rendi red tu      _
any   locality   lrom   the  causi     ll   ���
staled.
In \ iew of ihe foregoing, I have I
requesl that you will co-operate Intta
advancement   of   the   Indiana   by re-1
training from engaging them to ap-1
]>ear in  the  manner above stated a!
the  exhibitions'   under youi  manasj-
ment. and from advertising them a: |
Bpeclal attractions for visiiois
In conclusion.  I maj Baj that tte|
[department is in no waj opposed toi
Indians    exhibiting    their   crops or
handiwork, or visiting 'he exhibitions
as spectators.
Yours.
J. ll. McLEAN
Assistant Secretary and Deputy.
Mr. Richardson wrote thai Calgary j
was putting on no Bpeclal attractionsI
and made a vigorous  defence of wl
conduct of the exhibition company'M
the past.    lie pointed oul thai the Indians were not slaves, and tliey couin 1
not be prevented from attending m
exhibitions   if they desired.    The in- [
dians when the guests of the eii
tion  were well cared for and '" ����
danger of yielding to temptation tw��
when thev were under no BUch WPW|
vision.   They had nol been badly ��a
haved and had conducted 'I"'"1*'1"'
on lhe whole   tpiite   as   well as     I
whites.   He pointed oul thai Rev.Jfl
McDougall had always I ecu '" f" ,
of the care of the Indians, am' l
wns sufficient warrant thai die; *   [
well eared for. ....
Not   Ready   to  Exhibit.
Mr. Markle, the  Inspector, '"^jU
Is not so enthusiastic jusi no*
believes  that   the  Blackfeet, at "�� '
should be kept  home and at WO"
a few  years and  ge.  them Int'* A
In farming.    "They soon Will ����^
the Implements of a modern type; J
Inquire, and if we can bold '"'''
home and at  work, I here IB "" ea ,'
apparent to me why they BhOUlOja
compete In open class at yonr    , y.
tlon with the exhibits ol tho cim'
rlctles of grain, grasses, etc       3
Mr. Markle further says tliai "     .
dians would not make much ai  ���  i
its at the present time.   "Wc 1'    lltt-
them  with an improved claw'^1
horses, with a view of MBlsu���>    d
to improve their grade of Wls 'J
too many instances tliey sold "����!���
geny of these animals and       ^
the poorer ones.   It may "��' "   0k
the ones they preferred ^,.4
footed but this kind of animais u
usually inspire the Indians w
at home and till the sod.
Work   Among   Black,e ���. "I
In conclusion Mr. Markle '..^gil
am cognizant of the fact *,11V* * piark-
a lot of faithful work to g�� "'   da||y
One
"Constant, laughter."���N. Y.
Herald.
"A scream, a knockout, a riot
of laughter. Funniest comedy
New York has seen."���N. Y.
Evening Telegram.
"Heal gem of the season."���
N. Y. Telegraph.
feet and other Indians
down
i0
To be offered here with entire Broadway cast and production.
Seats ready at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Tuesday February 21.
Prices. $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
NOTE.���The audience is requested to be seated at the rise of the first curtain as the action starts
immediately.   Don't miss the Burglar.
reet anu orner iuu��^ - . gca��inl
toll on their fnrms and at in ^ eB
when this work must be < o' ^ |
sure results. I fed ">��" ' p Indla��
accomplished and in time ""^.i
placed where they will be no> |
to their race and to their m , u
Intend to work towards tn" , ���ne,
gardless of the opinions oi tf
nndl trust within the ncv9;Cal
the Blackfeet will be e
tiC6-
tne Hiacweer wm uo ----       ,)e [.��*
gary and In lines which Win      ^
flclal to themselves and " ���
munlty In which they dweu. Al.'.MD* '    PEBRUAFV 20, 1B11.
IHE DAIL>   NEV&
PaO?  TrffiUB
II   BKKHOUEK,
i.V,.,, mul Ooiil   Mgi
SJ. liLAiaiHiiEr.       W  f   -.-.  bbokud
Vici-.j'roiiuuiiit Bee umi (Uveas
SMALL-BUCKLIN
.-^=���     LUMBER   CO. LOO    ..
Klaruituotu-B-i    nut     'A'tuiiisiinii    Dnweri   n
Fir. Cedar   and   Spruce   Lumber
Sitiinpiiu.    5,juit,    ruiu'-i,    IVlouiilinpf.   Ltt
filfii IlTNtTIZUt Bl
ISMBXVE aw
After   All   School    Pupils    End   Their
Protended  Slumber, t,  Child  of
},,;   r*,ilt   rt    <���'/;:,I'm.
]: fWil^mM something ck cos :'.:  7 .-'day's Din-
, ���  rang' up Pbone 101  and order s nioe  tmstH  of
g i mg Lamb, Teal, Spring 'Chicken or anyllrg else
���  : .�� r.-oi m line modi ime.   Toucan sure .��������;: .: &.
P. BURNS' MARKET
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our itroetni the developmenl li felrl)
well kdveaced, and tome few *���! oui
rivers, particularly the Mereey and hi
Croix, are ai preeeni generatths aa
amounl of power \t the eame tH"n
no one ��r our ��treami iib�� tu** develop
menl <>r Ite full powoj eompleted, afid
in general ll la true thai io far pui
power developmehti have been "��
thoae itreama which have thn great
VOU MAY DRIVE---* BUT YOU CAN'T���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN  ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality and Low Price*
Now is Ihe tlm<> to have your
clone before Spring housecleanlng
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Silks, Tapestries, Velours, Veronas, Repps, Denims, Leather,
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our prices right. Call up 829 by 'phone and our representative will call and give you an estimate.
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^pjione 829 401,403 Columbia St., New Westmineter
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 19���
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1    Hold-up of Harry HoweIIillc; w ""w
(Continued from Page One.)        !
Victoria j
Published by The Daily News Publish.-
*m_ Coinpauy, Limited, at their offices,
^taroer   of    McKenzie
Streets
"AT IT HEBE SINCE WW'.'
ind
he was not permitted    to have    any'
tobacco eats In his bunk with him.
In corroboration of Mr. Howell's j
story the police yesterday arrested
.lohn Toouey, the young man who is
alleged to have devoured the pork
chops at Howell's expense, and later
played leading part. In the warmed-up
scorpion act. The two other small-part
actors are still at liberty.
The  prisoner   with  the  name  that
sounds like a cataract of vowels will
I respon:! to a curtain call in the police
' court this morning.
THE   VAGRANT    NUISANCE.
Suggest Changes
In Constitution
(Continued from Page One.)
schedule and providing the said club
has not transgressed section No 3, of
this article.
Provides for Three Clubs.
Article III provides that the associa-
possible.   But of necessity some must! tlon  shan  |,e  composed  of the  New
ii r. ���*t     Tho nolice al-  Westminster Lacrosse club, of    New
escape the police net.    The police al   Wegtminster  U)e Vanrouver Lacrosse
sa   experience   difficulty   in   proving  ci���b, of Vancouver, and    the    Maple
 �� offences against some of  these Leaf Lacrosse club, of Vancouver, and
jieaai oneness again q{ ^^ other chjb or   Ju.    ag may be
characters, many of whom are sunl"  hereafter admitted to membership by
v-ieuMy sharp wilted and wily to keep
It is really high time something was
��1os>e to put a stop to the invasion of
Hhr* district by idlers, never-do-wells
and a��en of the vagrant class gener-
a,��y. The police, both of the province
and thc city are doing their best to
i_*tp these fellows in check and to ar-
r��ft and get rid of them as quickly as
B. C. E.
Railway
Lulu Island road (Bwen avenue)
10-acre ranch within city limits, 330
feet facing on new car line; all cleared, drained and cultivated. Sidewalk
to property. For one week only at
$1300 per acre. Terms: One-third
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months at 7
per cent.
1*0��^
"GO. LTD.
bc;,^ind the clutches of the law. Beg-
r-jdiff*; or professing to beg through the |
stieets of the city, they are a pest and
a. nuisance to householders, and also
��CDM a good deal of uneasiness and
.-alarm among the womenkind, who are
rsjemprally alone in the house during
r.Vw day time.
ito the outlying districts, especially
in the vicinity of the railway   tracks,
aJong wllich nearly all these vagrant
bjhb move from place to place, they
lire; even a greater nuisance than in
(be town.   In the rural neighborhoods
rrwR houses fere scattered and at some
^Balance   apart,   and   these   fellows,
cvn-arc   of   this    circumstance,    make
tlseir demands for food and money in
nn unpleasantly vigorous manner. Sev-
��� ���:-,-  vagrants have been brought   begone the city police magistrate during
the p-.tst few days, some being given a
stent time to get out of town, whilst
otters have been committed to prison.
Tnere is not the slightest excuse for
any man being in need at the present
(SflBte,   work   being   abundant   almost
.sve-Tywhere, and it would be doing   a
.really Rood service to the. community
If out local  magistracy   would   deal
������Merely with every case of vagrancy
'��h':r>> tomes before them.    Of course
at.  goo91y   number   of   these   hoboes
neither wish nor intend to work, and
"jfc is this particular section of the fraternity who form the gravest nuisance
-cin.fi menace.   For such idlers and vagabonds the full penalty the law   per-
tn-ntv- would not be too much.    We be-
Ub\*3 that a little stern unyielding jus-
nice- will give this district the unpleasant reputation of a double X, that'is a
r4*ne to Vie avoided by the tramp.
The cause of the evil, however,
ner-ds to be attended to, and that
irrwmjit.lv. The means of entrance to
this i art of the province from the oth
Tilbury
Island
Delta
2500 FEET OF
D iP    ATER
FRONTAtE
Price, $35 per
front foot
T ii i. s to ai range
the unanimous consent of    the    said
clubs.
A change in the time of the annual
meeting is proposed In article XVI. It
provides that the annual meeting
shall be held the last, Saturday ir
January and the schedule meeting
shall be held the last Saturday in
March.
Changes in   Playing  Rules.
There are few changes in th playing
rules, one is in reference to the games
and  the amendment   provides  that It
at  the  expiration  of  time each' club
shall have won an eriual number   oT
games, the referee shall    order    the
match to    continua,    apd    after    ten
minutes rest, the teams shall play ten1
minutes each way, and if at the   end j
of this additional twenty minutes the!
game is still a tie, the match    shall'
he declared a draw.   Hitherto the first)
goal in tlie extra time lias decided thc I
game. t
The championship shall be decided
by points, a win to count two points, a }
draw one point, and a loss nil.
The rule regarding injured players
is made more  clear,    lt   now   reads:
"In  case of an  accident  to  a player
the game shall not be delayed for   a!
longer peiiod than three minutes, andj
if at  the expiration of that  time the'
player is unable to continue, the op- ���
posing   team   shall   drop  a   man   and
equalize,    lf at  the expiration cf ten
more  minutes  the   injured   player   is
still   unable  to resume  play, it   shall1
be  optional   with   the  captain  of  the
opposing team, whether the teams re- j
main as they are. or he require a sub-;
stitute to be put in place of the   injured player."
Playing    of     what     is    commonly
known as "rag" is strictly prohibited,
and it shall be the duty of the referee
w"here the  practice is attempted    to
immediately  stop   the  play   and   face
the ball in the centre of the field, and
to penalize the player or players in   Train    ScrVdCC   NCW
fringing this rule
SHERRIFF,
ROSE & GO.
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
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New Westminster.
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RAILWAY CO.
The Secretary's Suggestions.
In discussing the proposals with .
News man yesterday, Secretary Lynch
remarked that, taken as a whole, the
suggested alterations did not seem to
be unreasonable, although he expected
Eorr.e wordy discussions- on certain
clauses when the matter comes up for
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
10:30-
Arriv. is.
-From  Vancouver
siz.
12:10���FV
om
-er si.'.e cf the boundary line requires  discussion at the annual meeting,   inland Okanagan
I.J. 1 ��� i     iV.   d���.    .L . a... ...,*. a r> , r,r        r. ���
"ro t�� Tnore efficiently and thoroughly
���jgimritetL . i least half of the vag.i-
���mnRfi chara-teis about this district at
the present Lino have come in this
���af- All manner of tricks and strat-
-a^ms are adopted to outwit the two
��� officers stationed at the boundary line,
-ami as these characters generally
t!yj>v�� in bunches their tactics are often
i��fcrci'SKful. Tlie force at the boundary
Yuiar*. requires to be strengthened con-
oitterahly, so as to keep this invasion
<of vmdesir aides more in cheek. We
hoTwi the government will recogni/.e
the nrgency of this matter and at once
increase the number of watchers and'
inspectors at the point of entry. The
question of expense is of quite a sec-
��mA��ry consideration in a matter of
this kind. Any reasonable expenditure in this way, which would secure
immunity from the presence of these
���ery undesirable characters, would b3
-ajpTovcd by everybody.
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Jackson Printing  Co'y
Estimates  Given  on  Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
s opinion the first change advocated
that of having a string on all the 1010
players, should not be made to apply
to last season's players, but should be
effective after this year. He believes
this would give Con Jones too great
an advantage over the other Vancouver club, or clubs, as the case may he,
as he had almost every player in the
Terminal City on his staff in 1910.
Still, as Con is the man who has
brought the outside, players to Vancouver, he is certainly entitled to
some protection.
Bond Is High Enough.
The proposed increase of the club
bond from $r,oo to fMOjf .ffjll probably
be opposed by the local club. Half a
thousand is considered quite high
enough, more especially-as the gate 1
receipts seldom go higher'than that on
ordinary occasions."   ''% ���* i
The light  between the Maple Leafs
and the Maple Leafs, Ltd,    will   not |
likely draw Westminster into the mlxup.    It will be a case of the survival
of the fittest.
This Will Be Fairer.
Tbe scheme for playing ten minutes
overtime after a tie game is fairer
than the system in vogue in the past,
w.)?en the first goal scored won the
game. Goals are often scored on a
fluke, and if this happensi-finw during
overtime play, some scrappy lacrosse
will be seen for the ne^'t few minutes.
17:05���From
Montreal,
(No. 97).
Vancouver.
and  Ag:is-
Kootenay
(No. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancourer,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   90).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
H. W. nitODIR, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent.
Vancouver.     New Westminster
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Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
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2*3 Townsend t't. Maternity
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Wanted to Purchase !
Water frontage with about
five acres of land on Fraser
River. State particulars of
description, etc.
Box S, care Daily News
D. McELROY
Phone  R672.
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Interest is paid on Savings
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I MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Tl
PAGE FIVFJ.
SPORTING NEWS
RANGERS EASILY
DEFEAT THEMSELVES
lertons   Stuck   Around
While Visitors Footed Pig-
n in Own Net.
mil' unknown  reason, halJ, or
���orrectlj    speaking,   six, of the
team Journey*,   to   Moody
n   Saturday instead of to Bap-
p, .,,   anth tbe resull that the league
.nr latter I'll.*''- resolved Itself
in,       farce.   Tbe   officials    of   tbe
o8n. ei    ii-1**"'1    under    tbe    eircum-
',;.,,,   :iiai a friendly .am.- be played
',','-,;,    oi   the  scheduled   lea. ue   fix-
ihe wily Happertonlan. . see-
orj   within their grasp,    could
iye to eye with the pleaders
j,,,   | ,;,;. out for the real thing.   And
real thin^ ii   was tn  he sure ;
���x:i    ihf   Hangers'   day  out
om of their   minds.    The
nothing right. Tbe Westmln-
composed ot u scratch lot,
,   al a rattling gait and eer-
. iked the goodf m tie- opening
the engagement, bul alter
elgt  mlnntes pla> and Khrrlng .-. scrim-
:.   goal  the  Kan_ers   custodian
leather   sphere   tbrough   bia
:_ ,i    ami atmo*.;  Inimediau-I,
���,.   repeated the performance.
, !  ahead without unduly exerl
iselves, and Without  scoring
. :    ai.    t" Happeitoil's    liking,
.  .i,ioik   apparently, by the
��� teiiov  teamsauuu, the full
: .   Rangers, in a wiw paaaagi
oanaged ti  ge   i onesslon  -
agalnsl bis own sld��   bolsl
three.
.it   and  Umm  goal  toi  Bap
i :,   ,i.  a result ol a penal!
jad am     ti a umi    game
always  be Bpoken ol    In
llnished In a win toi Ba
.   goali   to nl!
.. .   footbiill playei   has al
.. i   ���   im  n> understand that s
li i   Bhould nevei    be   more
..lni: in length, eu    here ure
,  n   tin   Rangen   membe
i   1.    chocolate that   th< Bap
. .in   mnafii) e   _   tlu    g:
rarfls    The;  did nd   I I I
nut ti       neiiieir  n:   ui������   e ccimi   fo
ii a    he; Inflicted upoi
3aturdaj   bin still thai Is
��� ari umsnti    be-   wll     lm
i   ii   whei   thi  "Joke'  ol
ii broached.
JAPANESE QUICK TO
LEARN AMERICAN liAM:
New York  Giant Third   Baseman    Returns   From   Orient  With  Tales
01    Tholr    Skill.
San Frunei.c'n. Feb. 19.���Thai tins
little In-own men pi tin- .hi p;mes. nni-
veridtle. nre gijlMflg a decree of skill
in baseball tbal Is marvelous is the
reporl made bj a. J Bhafeti tb,- third
wicket ol the New Vork Olant, vi,���>
reached thl eify from the Orient ve .
ter<la>
Sbiitfi worn across the Pacific to
coach the te.juii ol Kblo university. He
st.avuii there three monthB. Thai they
are quick to learn and that they run
Held as fabt as any American nine, in
what Sh. ter has to say on his return,
The, are particularly fast. Bdldersi
barring developed, Shafer says, thla
end of the past line more efficiently
than theli batting eyes.
Shafer was formerly with Binta
Clara oollege, He lives in Los An-
gelei He plays the third ba. and for
the lasl two year;, he has been with
Ue Giants. It is said h<- will join l h,-
Boston club this season.
WOULD-BE   CHAMPIONS.
Local Cuei9ts Travel to Vancouver Tomorrow In Quest of Chamberlin Cup.
All arrangements have now- bees
completed for the Bret bf the sett*
flve matches nt billiards for thd Chnni-
berlln ttophj between teams representing Westiuin-'it and Vdneohver,
nnd tomorrow evening In the Naltlbnal
Sptwts eiuh of the last babied dftj the
teams will ti. lit out what, gives prom-
Is., bi bein;.- a hard battle. " whilst all
followers bf the game In this city look
to the locals brlngin bom,, the bacon,
there is no truth In the rumor that
Fletcher��� which bis front ntnne is Albert Kdward -ha; mortgaged bis rotil
estate and has backed hi-- boys with
thi proceeds. Still, much money will
change hands on the game. Ho keen!,
.re The Westminster players Kolng into the match that rb.- selection of the
/I'limeit. to represent the Royal City
wi I no; he rieeideH upon until thy last
moment.
No iess than 44:! local emhiifdnsts
liave given their respective solemn
word 61 honor to accompany the
players an.i do the boosting stunt.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
LOCALS  WIN.
MRS.  BROWN   SAYS   SHE
CAN   TRIM   KNOCKOUT
New York. Feh. 19.���There is one
persoi I Hen York who is convinced
tha- she can lake lh.- men-nr.-
Knockout Hrown, picked by many
Sports a. th.- foniim lightweight
champion She is Knockout Brown's
m.,inei     Interviewed  re<sedtlj  as   to|
how  she reared  her puglllftl  son.  Mr.
Hiowr replied:
"I brough   him up to mind me ami
no; to loal around on stree   corners,
I   never h.,.    I.    II -,    nin   01   hi     br6i  II
much, bui I'd lick elthei ol them ri. tv,
mn   i; In  needed ii.   They're no   to
bl)  "  '���'  licked."
M;.   lion.i ���   description ol  Knock
mi    show-    tha    li.   il   no    li'.o   the ordi-
1,..      ut  o   pugilists.
'Hi    ne ..-    watted    R    't in'    o
smoke '   she said     "He's home most
ol  tin  time    lh  helps   me wltl    thi
disbet  and othe   housdholi   i ork In'
thi  daytime,   Then he reads tb.
am pia orrdi wltl the boyi U)
he i ii. thi e enitiL Wt ge i .tow.;
pf his iriendi up ben ai nlghl and
m i ; greal time When the aw
hen i knev. the; are nol somewhen
elm      Whei    h.-. b oui I    wltl
theli curds i gl -. hen coffei o ������ t
aud son.e hlnj to es Bui in '������ an
liquor"
High School Girls    Defeat   Vancouver
McGills in Hockey Match.
Tn b one-sided hockey metcb flayed
at   Moody  square on Saturday  afte -
noon   the  Westminster    High    school'
girls defeated the McGill (Vancoruverl
te;-,rn bj  three gdals tio nil.   The local
goa    was only in danger ou one occe
Bi on   and from the start to the finish
ol the game tbe home team hail   tho
ol the arguttenl
Mis-  Maggie Wilkie scored the fi'-gc
goal, in ihe first half, and her sister,
Mis    D   G.  Wilkie,  scored  the other
two, in the second period.
Westminster team: Goal,
Phyllis Dockrill, hacks, i.auru Robertson, N'.'ii Wilkie; half backs, Mary
i ertSOn I itol hj Wilson; forvr-'-
D. <;. Wilkie, Margan \ '11 >n, Maggie
a II ���;. ��� ,.,,,. gmitb an.; Olive tteieh
enbaiih
Extension of Business.
Denn     ��    Rot      thi    progressive
.    .    ,,..   ins,  13-47   Blxth   Btreet,
li    ���   all<    pa     ������   their stor*
��� ..,.      ,,   ibi    Robe I     Bl -
Compati      Wiring, supplying   electrl
y -it-, *    ,,,.   ��� , Qishlni    ne'     ho
,  i���.:,,,,.   ..   ���:..   :     onne ted that
v,-,   feel ll I il    - --. ii thi   publii   '���     '������
... get all thel   furntBhln n
������ ������     ' 'hi  Robe ���    ���" -    I   Compan
t   ,-ot.  tin  large?   eb ���   '������ compan   ;'
tbi  dl -   (     he  lni   brand    Chllll-
-  ,      Bu nab    Mil nd Royal Oak
a large and well   asBortei   stocl
,.i,, .*. y   chandeliers rind Bttlngs  hi '<
beei   un ��� ���   " '���   "      '";'''   "'
or dtspla   ���    fhe ' ' "	
furni'" ���   Bton   Ot Henii)  ^  ROSS
Sixrl   -
This evening al St. Patrick* hail,
''"'.-' Me-"ii-hr will lecture on
''Love, Courtship, Marriage and Jeal.
tin being bj reahe! pf u
nunibi "���' ild dol ^aln admittance wlieu this always popula: "
leer was delivered last week. "
der Workers of Science" win be given
ot. Tuesday night ki the same place,
and tola will bring to a clos ��� the professor's visit to Westminster this year,
The ('. i>. if steamer Trader will be
seen about again tbis week, she having been given a derm hill ol health
by tliose who w-i-yy engaged upon ber
during a seVere overhauling. Look-
in. spick and epan, the Trader will
be welcome at this time, nn-.i that she
will carry out hei scheduled runs to
and from Victoria as In the part may
be depended upon.
Two young men. Fills and Mortimer,
from Seattle, will appear at the
police court this mornin. and by tho
nature of their offence cannot expect
any leniency from the bench. Given
shelter and food, of which they ap-
peared ..ready in Seed, at St. Mary's
lm. pital. they stole .ocks and shoes
rrom the janitor fSteve Mtufcfd) at
that institution and although they decamped, the police, having the c ���
script ion of tbe pair of hohoes, soon
got in touch and as justice rarely
errs, Kills and Mortimer will vie with
others iii seeing how much hard work
each can do for a period. FUis Is
charged with stealing. Mortimer with
being a vagrant.
No move has yet been made bj  tbe i
1  '    Authorities With  regard to    enforcing   the   provincial   government's
compulsory    vaccination    order.    Tho
treatment  of the school    children    181
proceeding slowly, and with the dying,
down ot  tbe epidemic in tbe district,
adults have been slow-    in    wendingi
tbeir way to the doctors' offices with :ii
view  to Inoculation.    From -present indications ii  seems tbat the edict will'
dl    a  natural death, tin   government ,
���  rring not to enforce the measure.!
Several fine lots on Eighth avenue, on upper side, near carline.
Price $650.00 and up for inside lots;
$750.00 for corners.
These are fine view lots.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T.  H.  McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,  B. C. Phones 646, 663.
tmmm
GIRL   QUITS   MAT   GAME.
A  SNAP t
New 7-Roomed House
Twelfth street, between Gth and 7th avenues.
Beautiful view of lower river and Gulf of Georgia.
72 feet frontage on Twelfth street.
$3500, on terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
Chieagoan   Leaves   Field  to  ''Big   Fel-'
lows" After Troupe Is Stranded.
��:,..   Orleahs   L,b   Feb   19     H    ken-
sehmidt, Zbyszko and "Farmer" Burns
....   ie   ,   .1.,   wrestling  came   all   tb
1     far  as  Miss   Elizal    ti
Bleber, of Chicago  I    ro ed   'Bi
'��� e mi the nothing in it," she
?aid ns shi ' ������ ' ' ' rrain for her
,.  ,, ���������; ,    ..   .,,-.,    Dther  ir irl expo-1
nent   of   hall   Nelsons  and   toe   hold'.
Miss Sleber   ��� Ik! teeh years old, came
here ���    .-  >,   , ���-' ibitl  i i    ''"     troutie
��� ���'��� ���   a'hd she see'ired Wort
-.-ss.   Tlien she wn ed for
larceny, but was found lnno   i I
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address.   622   Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
__SB_9RBDB__
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
ADI
ATTENTION
Everything in Groceries at the
West End Grocery Store
TO BE SOLD
Before Tuesday
morning
50 cents on thc
TO   MAKE   ROOM   FOR
HALF PRICE
iLI
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The
Bank   of   Vancouver
Who WiU Occupy the Premises at Once
Stock, Fixtures, Cash   Registers,
7  k.v4rd��*s-iF*4*ifeii-a   Trt   FIF    SOLD
Wagons
EVERYTHING   TO   BE   SOLD
On behalf of the Bank of Vancouver, Abraham Goldberg
has purchased the whole stock
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20
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--NVH'."..-. *fc>   atiats* MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
1
PAGE SEVEN.
New
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land  District.  Dis-'
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Take    nol ice    that    an    application
n w,        .bas been made to register Emma Mc-
.,    notice that Kdward Hawkins. | La.eu'   NVi!n;""    Chalmera   McLaren
1 ��� occupation bookkeeper ��S W1�� ,Mwfri    v*lillee.    M the
<       ;   "apply   tor   permission   _ ���*"*" ��" |,;" �������?!���, unde, a tax sale
I    "    '    , ,: " following    described ff��iTf,waKc     C.^Flsher    to    John
MacLaren, bearing date the lst. day of
! ....hr- at a post planted  on Af"' A'  ?��� l902' "' *" ���'"' ' singular
:"r He east   side   of   the ^   cert*ta  Parce'  ��    tract   of  land
���     "" i,Vn.iei and loinin ��� T i   ����d premises situate, lying and being
N    ' n-v-kins-   S   W   cornel   '" "'" *wlM8 oi   British Columbia,
'���',,   , hains 'to ilne'ol  llmnK0" Particularly known an rib-
'    tL_ce tf. 60 chains along ?. aa B��uthwesl quarter or Bectlon n,
'��� ;;,:, li^nce south and west   ^"P,7;.
, '���   place   of   comment-     \>" and '""*<��� claiming through or
ininp- St(l aeras more or   ":ll!er   >""   iiml   :l11   Pel'S  n     oteiming
., containing 80taci��simore or lny jn(p(.es| Jn ^ ^ ^ .y ^s
'�� EDWARD HAWKINS.     tUeJ��!,MJ  unregistered   Instrument,
,   ;,,,   ,   I pwis   Aiienl  laml aU Persons claiming any interest
hin   MjUlh' *���""��� in  the said  land  by   descent,  whose
fiber z��. luu-     Ki,,. 1h nol re8lstere(1 nniier the
___- ���������������������������~~  visions
LAND ACT NOTICE.
proof the "Land  Registry Act,"
are required to contesl  the claim of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^t the    tax    purchaser    within    forty-live
  days from  the date or the first, publi-
,  ���tmlnttar  Land   District.  Dis-1 cation ol  this notice upon yon, and In
. .*       va..tmin.t,r default of a caveai or certltlcate of lis
. ,��� of New Westminster. 1)emlens  ,,���,���..   ini.(1   w|t|1|ll  ������,,,,  pe,._
-, ,.,   notice  that Cecil  Killani. ol  lod, or In default of redemption before
iver, H. C., occupation barrister registration, you and each of you will
intends to apply tor pernua-lj^   forever   estopped   and   debarred
purchase  the   tollowlng   ii|'-i(rom setting up any claim to or in r<-
kinds: . ;        | spect   01   the   said    laud,  and    I   shall
register    Kmma     MacLaren     William
Chalmers   MacLaren   and    .lohn     Ed-
ervis Inlet, and  war(i Valillee as owner thereof In fee.
Northwest  Cor-| All(1   ,  herebj   order that   publication
ol   thla   notice   tor   thirty   days    In    a
Ball]   newspaper  published   in   New
Westminster,   will   he  good   and   sulti-
neiii service thereof.
Hated   at   tlie   Land   Registry   Ofllei;.
N'ew Westminster, Province of Hritish
Columbia,, this 9th da)   of   January,
A. I). 1911.
c
N ev
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I
fci.m ti
Bcriheil      ^^^^^
Commencing ai  a
:    ahout   IU
''     ,,    ������(     Klllam'B
.,���.,. gaai ao Chains, thence
.���hains,    thence    wes;     20
,,,,,. 0T iess, to beanh, thonce
cha       _ng  beach  to place Of com
post   plained   on
miles northea-ii
nortt
i menl   ami
contalnlng 40 acn.
OBOIL KILLAM.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent
November 2��, 1910.
..AND  ACT  NOTICE.
Albert  i;
S. KEITH,
Distrlcl  Registrar.
Walworth.
District.   DIs-
Nevi Westminster  Land
trist dl New Westminster.
-,���,.  thai   Clint  E.  Dickef-
. ancouver,
i
11.   ('.,  OCI up   11 u
intends to applj   tor per-
purchase the following de
con,,,' :lni   a1  a pos;  planted on
:    BUHngS  Bay,  Nelson Is-
-   B,   P   R    NO     -
,.   Diouerman't    <orth
thenoe Bouth 00 ���
.      , .hums,  thence north
more   or   1< bs   to
. - ;.  along  '���������    '���   to placi
' mii'. and c mtalnlnf ..:���
01   less
l i ;��� Cl ERMAN.
.1 ' LEWIS t i
i :: ��������� ��� 28, L91
WATER    I 0    IC'I
-New Westminster,
f'i'hen
omp
ho U
| by an accepted cheque on a chartered
i hank, payahle to the order of the Hon-
! Curable Minister of Public Work-
one  thousand  dollars   ($1000),'which
will be forfeited it the person tende.-
ln    deelines to entei- into a   ctmtrae
?hen called  upon to do BO, or fail to
plete the work  conl racted  for.    lf
:ender be not accepted the cheque
will he returned.
The department does not bind itself
lo accept the lowest or anj tender.
By order,
H. a   BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges.!
Department of Public   Works, New
Westminster, February 17, 1911
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without  authority from the Department.
CITY
Nol ice is hereby given that an up-
plication will be made under Part V. of
the 'Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(aI The name of ( oni pany in full ���
The (lien Kose (.'aiming Companv Limited.
The head office
^^^^^^^^^^^^
The cardial, bow divided, Showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided inl i
$2600 dl $10 each, of which i i.'.o shares
are issued and paid up.
(hi    The name Of the lake, Stream
'or source Iif unnamed, the description
isi ��� Unnamed    stream    on     Lot    17,
('.roup   2, New   Westminster  district,
flowing into Praser river.
(ci The point of diversion���Ii aboul.
200 feet from its montli at the Fraser river on said Lot 17.'
(<h The quantity of wa'er applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth ol one cubic foot.
(ei The character of the proposed
works ���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(fl The premises on wbicb the
waiei is lo he used idescribe same) ���
('.���inner-, an ! buildings ou Lot 17,
Croup J. known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(gl The purposes for Which the
water is lo be used -Industrial and do-
ine-ti   purposes.
(jl Area of Crown land Intended to
be occupied by the proposed works ���
None.
(ki   This notice was posted on th"
ir.th daj ol February, 1911, and application  will  be made  to  the   Commis- i t>cT��Direm-n 101'..
sloner on the 20th dav of March, mil. -. ESTABLISHED 181*.
Hi    (live the names and   addresses (.CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
Of any riparian proprietors or licensees : RESERVE         11,000,000.00
who or whosi lands are llkelj to be-af- Branches throughout Canada md
feeto I by the proposed works, either Newfoundland, anu in Ixmdon, Eng-
above or below the outlet���None. \\*iy\. Ne-w York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
Attach copj of su,'b iarts of the j U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
Company's memorandum of asBocia- ; banking business transacted. Let-
tlon as authorize the proposed appllctt-Iters of Credit lsBiien,   available   with
FIFTY CATS FIGURE IN
HOUSE RENTING AGREEMENT
Queer Condition in a Coronation Year
Lease   in   London   Astonishes
a Montreal Visitor.
OF     NEW    WESTMINSTER.
Notice   re Bylaw.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the' ,������, ,X,���t'%.'~���'' ~~ ~T~~ii"i.T*        7,
I'BulWIng     Bylaw     1910,"    and     the! IM?* JOSL���**** Jlht. rePe^1J
"Streets and  Sidewalks Bylaw
London, Feb. lil.���To Canadians
whose dealings in real estate are simplified by the Torre'ns title the intricacies of the English law in buying
properties are appalling. Such con-
sitieralions as peppercorn rents, superior and original landlords, and the almost sacred law of ancient lights are
unknown in the Dominion. But the
strangest, ease of mediaeval   landlord-
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW Warminster Board of Trade meets in t"e
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and NovemYrBr, at is p.m. Annual
meetings ou the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and electerl at any'month
ly or quarterly meeting. c. H.
Stiiari-Wadp, secretary.
 ^^^^^^^^^^191(1,"
are now in force, and copies of same
may be obtained by parties requiring
them at the City Clerk's office.
In future any person Intending to
erect a building or to make alterations In buildings must first make application for a permit at the office of
the lluiidliig Inspector, City Hall.
that.
W.  A
City  Hall. February  I'i
DUNCAN,
Cltv Clerk.
1911.
Bank of Montreal
i Ion and wo '��� ���-
The   (Slen    f;o<e
I ,lmlted.
n ture)
Canning
.;. M,
Company
���
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Ne* Westminster  Land   District  Dis-
Dl New Westminster.
B  that   Leslie  1..   D    tm
outer, B. C occupaUon
intends to apply for per-       t
base the 1      �� ng ae- !irm
- _   a-   I   pc*1   P    " '���
a est side of SecheM ln-
- .   northeasi   eorni
a ! maik-d ''L L. Dlcte-
ureal    C (mer,*'   thenoe
b, thence eas: :0 chains.
.. tains,  thence  east
re or less to the beach,
��� .   . ud west ajom beach to
���  ���   enl   and    containing    UO
;. ���- mi ��� or less.
SUE L DICKERMAN-
J. A. LEWIS. Agent.
Date      - mber 29. 1910.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned,  and  endorsed  "Tender for
li 'i work   ror  ' hree  260   yard   dump
. I    for   Vancouver,  B.   C,"  will   be
reci    eii at ibis office until ���) p. m., on
I Wednesday, February 22, 1911, for the
Bupplj ol Ironwork roi I hree 260 cubic
yard dump scows for Vancouver i. C.
Plans and form of contract cai   b
Beet   and    ������ ms ol tender otbained al
fhe offices of n   \   Bayfield, Elaq., Su-
nten lent   ol   I iredges,  Ni w   Wes:
minster,  B.  C;   William   Hendersoi
Resident    Architect,    Victoria
B   t'.. and on application to the Post
mat tei 11 Vancouvei. B C
I '<������ - mc tendei lng are nol Iffed
tenders will nol i>i   considered unless
j made on the rorms supplied, i i������
|ed wi:h actual signatures, stating thei
^^^^^^^^^^^^    McDonald,
Manager.
i P. 0,  ' ad ���' New WeS'ftnlndter
io; -. of part of Company's Memorem-
Bum ol association:
(gi To reeo d, divert, take and
������* i ay, water from air. si -earn,
rive, and lake in -lie- Province of Brit;
ish Columbia, for the use dl tneti bh?i
ness, and foi thai purpose to e 't c
bullfl lay and maintain dams aqueducts flumes, oi other conduit pipes
and to sell o otherwise dispose of
the same
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
SavingB Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pe:
annum   (present  r^te).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.00
in which a Montreal capitalist
was purchasing for the coronation a
lease on a big mansion along the ronto
of the royal procession. The terms
had been settled and the documents
were about to be signed, when tlie
lawyers for the vendors discovered a
clause by which the holder of the property was forced to keep a number of
cats, or to pay a tax of $!"> per head
per year. Fifty cats was the number
apportioned by the law���a merry example of how the English kings were
wont to raise money for expenditures
on amusement or profligacy.
The Canadian was astouned. The1
lawyers stood by the law. Exp'tm i-
tlons brought the information tha' -
by an old enactment still unrepealed,
of a fifteenth century king���every few,
feet of floor space had to support a
eat. or the. owner must pay a tax. The
further Information that tlie tax was
necessary When made because of a
plague of rats In a certain area:
brought no consolation to the Montre-
aler, who had to pay, and adds a hew
terror to real estate transactions in
England.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings Of this lodge
nro held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets.
I every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. Ceorge Adams. N.C.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
Iaw, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster. B. C. P. O. Dox 112. Telephone Tin.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN-
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street. New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
DAM   ACROSS   ST. LAWRENCE.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room.
Trapp block.
Washington, Peb. 19.���The senate
committee on commercial trade, <]���> j:TONOGRAPHY
cldfed a favorable report on BeriS������������
Oliver's bill authorrang The Long
Sault. Development company, of New
York, to construct a powei dam across
the St. Lawrence river, south of the
international boundary line, near Long
S'nib   Island. New York,    it  is   under
TYPEWRITING
MISS Si. LUOTKN. public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc ; circular work taken.
Rhone 41 n. Rear of. Major and
Savage's ofiice. Columbia St.
oaau  isiaiio.  .sew    ioik.     ii is    uutiei-   T���..,,.,., , v V_1VP       ,,nnt,      oo
Oold Watches for Ladies from ��1EVi   Btooa ,,,��� bll] is designed to enable a FREEMAN    BUNT3NG,    ROOM     Si
_ . rm-t c   T>ii->nl.-       v*    ii    1'.rev  h.t.i.
BOWLING      ALLEYS      AND      POOLROOMS  REGULATION   6Y-
LAW,  1911.
A bylaw for the regulation ot pool
rooms and howling alleys In the cit}
ni  \t \t  W'esi minster.
The municipal council of 'he corpor-
New Westminster
Sliver  Watches.
.5 00.
Silver  Watches
V7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watchv-s.
gents'    open fac*
gents'  op?n    case.
manufacturing concern of Pittsburg to
Obtain power from a plant on the C i-
I nadian border
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box fiH4.
and     Kigm
^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J ation of the City ol
places oi '-esi.it nee. in  ,.u ., ollowt
the case of films, the actual signature
tbi nature of the oci api Lion and p;a<-.
ol   residence ol  each member of the
must be given.
Each tei st   i-i   accompanied
. ���   accepted che ine tin a chartered
bank, payable te tbe order of the lion
i Ministei ol Public Work*, equal
,  . ,.;  cent of the amounl   ot the]
tender, which will be forfeited It do  ,,,,;,,lj(M of ,'wiice for the Cit>
rson tendering decline to enter into ^^^^^^^^���
LAND ACT.
in
lie let 4��'t>, group 1
ol     .. Westminster:
��� as proof of tlie loss of certificate title No. B870F, issued in the
name Ol Lee Soon, Lee Ylck Quon.
Us been tiled in this office.
Notice la hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
dnpHcate of the said certilicale, unless
'n tin meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
Distiict Registrar of Til lei
Land l:i i. trv Ollice, New Westmln-
��(    B  C.. .lanuarv 17, 1011.
  M
a contract when called uixm to do so.
or fail to complete the work contracted for.   If the tender be not accepted
Ithe cheque will be returned
Tlie Depai tment does not bind itself
accept  tlie lowesi or an>  tender.
Bv Ouler.
R. O   DE8ROCHER8,
Secretary
���    Department   of   Public    Works,   Ot-
I tawa. February 8. 1011,
Newspapers will not bo paid for this
tho District 1 gdvertUemttll It "icy insert it without
iu thority from the Departmenl
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
10, block 16, Murray's Addi
���  of Porl Moody.
1   s proof of tlie loss of cerllil-l
" No   6620A, issued in tha
i Anne Maclure, has heen
- office.
hereby given that 1 shall.
���   ; nation of one month   from
'  the first publication here-
lally newspaper published In
New Westminster, Issue a
of the said certificate, ^ln!ps^
��� intime   valid  objection    be
to me in writing.
C.  S.   Keith
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office. New westmln-
���' . February 1:1, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
llo block s. subdivision  of  north west
quarter of section 18, Township i,i,
Map 893, ln    the    District    of  New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of tho loss Of certificate or title number 1.S64F, issued
In the name of Doctor Ferguson, hns
boon tiled in this office,
Notice Is hereby given that  I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the dnto of the first publication hereof)
in a daily newspaper published In the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unlet?
in the meantime valid objection   be
made to nio In willing.
('   S   KEITH,
Distiict Registrar of tuvs
Land Registry Offlc*,
Now   Westmiu iter,   li.   (' ,  .Inn-niry
28, 1911.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
>N0 REGISTRY ACT.
Re i
a 14, 16, 16 and 17 of lots 7. 39
and |fl   .uhiirhan block (i. map til".
������ City of New Westminster.
aa proof of the loss ot cert.ili-
f title number 108119*, Issued in
the
lias
f fames Rosehrough Lawrv
heen tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that. I ahall,
' expiration of one month from
j'"' date of the llrst. publication hereof.
" ,l   ��� - ' newspaper published in tho
" ' Mew Westminster, issue i
"���Plicate of the said certificate, unless
" ;i" meantime valid objection Its
lllu"   o me iii writing.
C. S. KEITH,
, IMstriot llegiHtrar of Titles.
*-aii,| i|,.,.|Htl.y office.
Nmv Westminster, B.C., February 3j
1911,
The right to cut tlm.or undo-
license on Berth No. 831, comprising
the following lands id the Province oi
British Columbia, will be offered at
nublio auction at tha unset, rrle*. of
$ too.i)0, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 201h day of March next, at
the office, of tbe Dominion Timber
Agent at New  Westminster:
Timber Berth No, 891, s'tnate in
the Province of British Columbia, In
Township 6, Ran. e 27, west of the
Sixth Meridian, and comprising that
portion of the northeast quarter of
Section 14, not covered by Bertha 42&
and 471, and containing an area of SO
acres, morn or less.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the grounl rental for the first
year, have heen paid.
The condit ions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the
Timber Regulations, . copy of wllich
may bo secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timher
Agent at New Westminster.
P. Gh KEYES,
Secretary.
Department or the Interior,
Ottawa, December 23rd. 1910.
i     \ii bowling alleys and all pool-
��� hi re ii  are billiard   or   pool
-  o   prom in !!������  Citj >���:
Now  Westminster, shall be cl	
Sunda; K and on other d:<>s from mi���!-
until ei.hi  (8)  o'clock   In the
tnoi nl
2. Bowling alleys and poolrooms
shall be subject lo tlie superxision of
_^__^^^^^^^ of New
Wi tminster; and tbe chief of police
and constables of the city shall have
LLniyr- to the same at all times
8, N.i gambling or betting shall be
permit ted in any bowling aLey or po-il-
room, and printed notices to this effect shall be displayed on the walls in
bowling alleys or poolrooms.
4 > oaths under tlie ago of eiiihteen
years shall hot be allowed Into any
bowling alley or poolroom in the Cit)
ol  New  Westminster.
5. Any violation or breach of any
of the provisions of this bylaw shall
subject the licensee of such bowlim
alloy or poolroom upon conviction to
a tino not exceeding the sum of $lon
together with costs and In default Of
payment to Imprisonment not exceed
ing throe months.
t!. This bylaw may bo olto-1 ,,s
"Bowling nileys and Poolroom Regulation Bvlaw, 1011."
bone and pnssed In open council the
8th ��iny of February, A. n., hhi.
Reconsidered and finally passed the
18th dav of February, a. d. loll.
JOHN   A.   LEE,
Mayor.
W. A. Dl'NCAN.
City  Clerk.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Sidewalks,
In all cases where new streets aro
being  opened  or whore wooden   side,
walks ate being laid, property owners
are notified thai those Improvement's
are only a temporary nature, and tic
grades of such streets and sidewalk-;
may be altered at a later date When
permanent work is done
W. A. D'*NCAN,
C ty Clerk.
City Hall. February ., 1.11.
Watch  repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Ceo. Adams' Grocery
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gai-dinerl
ARCHITECTS
Room  fi.  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Bhone 661 Resirtfnte  Phone  133
Timber    Wolves    Increase.
V-oaimo.   Feb.   10.���The   vapid   in-';
- ���    ol   timber wolves  toward   thel
north end of the island and tb" serious Inroads that these beasts are mak-;
lng among the deer and smaller game.,
has resulted in the despatch bj Game]
Warden Bryan Williams of two experienced hunters and trapper? to invosti-
irate conditions, and adopt the best
meai presenting themselves in deal
lng with this pes', by which oven rhe
wapiti herds aro now threatened The
increase in bounty lo $15 has not b- ( h
Sufficient to induce tho inauguration
of any vigorous or systematic campaign atrainst The wolves, and They
now overrun the island in the northern districts.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Gatne, Yccotahles, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot  Montreal.
d %H ^31 ^ ��
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth   St.  and  Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
���
Furniture at Cost
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���
The Roberts Electric Co. are coming* in with us,
they are unpacking crate after crate of new Electric
Fixtures.   We are endeavoring to make room, and in
order to do so we are clearing a number of articles of ;
furniture at absolute cost price.
Extension  Table
Quartered    Oak    Finish,    heavy
logs.    A splendid strong table.
BIS  feel.    Regular  .Id.nil for  . .
Kicht feet,    lie, ular $17.50 for.
$11.90
13.15
Kitchen  Cabinet
Made of hardwood, with zinc
top. top and base has altogether
about fifteen different drawers
nnd sections* for kitchen and
cooking purposes. Hogular $5o
for	
Mission Extension
Table
Round top. extends to ois;bt
foot. Ono^oniy. Regular J1W50
for	
$14.50
Paine
lar  *
without
i
yi'a.on  for
zinc  top.     lie. u-
$18. 75
$17.25
Sideboard
SEALED TKNDRRS addressed to]
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Kroction of Lohnitz Rock
Breaker No, 1," will be received at
this office until 1 p. m. on Wednesday,
March 1, 1911," for the erection of a
I.obnitz Rock Breaker, for use in British Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and form of tender |
obtained at the office of William Henderson, Ksq., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, and also at the office of
the undersigned in New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that!
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the forms supplied, and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations  and  places   of
residence.   In the cSseVif flrnps the actual signature, the natiire ot the occupation, and place of roslience of each'
member of the firm must be given.
Each tended must be  accompanied"
Mission Pedestal
Extension Table
i$15.65
Quartore 1    oak
plate    miri'6r.
for   !  ..
linish.
Regular
Britis'i
$18.25
$13.75
One only.   Regular $21.00 for..
Solid Oak, Leather
Seated Dining Chairs
$18.75
Three s'fets only    (six
Regular $25.t)0 for	
in sett.
The above goods will be on sale today, (Monday)
 ��� GET HERE EARLY -i-	
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth street ,New ^estUnste!r
11
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It.' PAQB BIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY
20, 1911
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When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the ac2ident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
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INSURANCE
The annual meeting of the Surrey a chimney flre at the residence of
Liberal  club  was held  at Cloverdale a.  W.  Jolly,  Sapperton.    on    Friday
on  Saturday,  when  considerable rou- evening, give the east end flre brigade
tine business was transacted. a run.   The blaze was easily mastered
Six chairs in operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting. **
NEW SEEDS Our
stock just in.
Kodaks and Photo
Supplies; we have
now in our spring
stock.
Spectacles ��� we
sell them half the
price of some others. Bring your
prescriptions to
us.
Telephone 43 for anything
you want, we will deliver
promptly.
Curtis' Drug Store
New   Westminster,    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Drti-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Ucorice and
Chlorodyne;  also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.
*** AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
land you want at the Walsh Sash and
Door Factory. **
A stray bullet from a 22 rifle is believed to be responsible for tlie smashing of a pane of glass in    the   front,
door of the Daily News office,    the
crystal being smashed on Saturday.
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for $3.00.   Phone 413. **
Richmond mu6t vacate the store on
the -'8th. Don't miss your opportunity,
when auch bargains are offered you at
his big sale. **
The Columbian college gymnasium
classes, which were started some
weeks ago, are now largely patrouizeu.
The men's class meets on Wednesdays and the ladies' class on Tuesdays, i    ���; -\f. A-A
A further cut of 10 per cent, has
been made on all remaining lines on
our bargain tables at Sinclair's Big
Sale. **
Wood! wood! wood! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone  413. **
It will pay you to visit the big sale
at Kiclimonds; they must vacate in a
few days. **
An appropriation of $25,000 for the
improvement of the Yale road in Surrey has been made- by the provincial
government. This expenditure is with
a view to making the road a part of
the automobile road planned from
Portland to Vancouver.
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any-
kind you want at the Walsh Sash and
Door Factory. **
Orchestral concert, with solos and
male choruses, by the New Westminster orchestra (H. D. Mackness, conductor), St. George's hall, tonight. **i
According to advices received by
tlie city police on Saturday evening a
Chinaman was held up on the Eburne
bridge and relieved of seven dollars in
real money. The two men who were
responsible for the beggaring of the
Celestial were last seen heading in
the direction of Central Park.
The best kiln-dried wood, a tlires-
liorse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $'.5.00.    Phone 413.    ��*
Miss Ruth Cordlngley, of Vancouver
will sing at tlie orchestral concert byl
the  New  Westminster  orchestra,  St.
George's hall, tonight at 8 p.m.    Admission 50 cents. **
A special general meeting of the
B. C. A. L. A. will ho lield at the
Hotel Vancouver on February 28,
when tbe greater part of the past season's business will be cleaned up and
preparations made for the annual
meeting, wliich is scheduled for the
last Saturday of next month, and also
in Vancouver.
Why  burn   up   money  by   burning
coal, when you can get a big   three-!
horse load of dry  wood delivered   at
your house one hour after you order it,
for $3.00.    Walsh Sash & Door com-1
pany. . **    .
At a meeting to he held in the city
ball this afternoon by the Knights
Templars of the Masonic order, the
dispensation for the formation of a
new preceptory ln this city will be
discussed. In view of the importance
of this order a large attendance is anticipated.
The Sons of Kngland are giving a
dance at St. George's hall, Friday, the
24th Inst. ��� **
The Burnaby municipal council will
holl a meeting today, when Auditor
Moses B. Cotsworth's report is to be
discussed. In addition to this tenders
for a municipal hall, to be built at a
cost of $25,000 are to be opened, and
a deputation from Central Park, which
Is seeking an adequate water system,
will be heard. The meeting is expected to occupy several hours.
Spring goods are corning fast. Every
remaining shoe must go. Extra specials for today. . Sinclair's big shoe
sale. *���
The biggest rush on a grocery store
in the history of Westminster took
place on Saturday, the West Knd
urocery being the mecca of all thrifty
buyers. The stock wbb being slaught-
ere I in order to clear the premises,
which are to be occupied by the Bank
of Vancouver as a branch establishment next week.
A male chorus of twenty voices will
sing'tonight at the orchestral concert
at St. George's hall. **
All Columbia street merchants have
heen notified that wooden signs pro-'
Jectlng over the sidewalk must be re-1
moved    Immediately.     Only   electric
light signs will be allowed In future. |
A council resolution calling   for   tho
tearing  down   of. all   signboards   was
passed many months ago, but no action had yet been taken.
Kvery  pair of shoes remaining on
aur   bargain   tables  must go    before
our sale  closes.    We  wnD't  consider
he cost price.    Si'hclairyBig Sale. **
a run.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next j
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and    all |
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone B208 **
The Surrey Agricultural association
has received, through H. T. Locker, of
the Vancouver branch of the Hudson s
Bay company, a handsome medal from
Sir" T. R. Dewar, wliich was awarded
for winning the district prize three
times at the Westminster exnibltiou.
We are in the market for logs for
making shingles. Walsh Sash and
Door factory.   Phone 413. ���*
In eight days more Richmond's big
sale wlll be a thing of the past.     ���*
Only eight days left to dispose of
everything in the store at Richmonds. **
In the presence of many of her late
friends the funeral of Mrs. Kate Thomson, mother of Mrs. E. S. O'Donovan,
58 Coburg street, took place In the
Anglican cemetery on Saturday. Many
beautiful floral wreaths and crosses
.were deposited by sorrowers on the
grave. i
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCED.TO
$1.75
PER SACK
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
OUR ANNUAL
Whitewear Sale
AN IMPORTANT FEATURE OF
THE BIG ALTERATION SALE
Handicapped through lack of counter space and window displays, we have been unable to give
prominence to the new showing of Whitewear.   Today we announce sale prices attractively low    v
will find the various lines opened out in the Ready-to-Wear Section.
White Cambric Nightgowns
$1.25 and $1.75
Women's Night Gowns, slip over style with band of embroidery and
wash ribbon run through heading, short sleeves with embroidery edging, all sizes.   Two special Hues.   Kach  $1.25 and $1.75
White Cambric Underskirts
$1.25 and $1.75 each
Again we group various lines making two extraordinary offerings fo.
Friday and Saturday selling. Skirts are full with deep flounces of embroidery and tucking, also dust ruffle underneath. Specially priced
Friday and Saturday.   Kach $1-25 and $1.75
Attractive values in corset covers
Fine Cambric Corset Covers, 50c. each
Fine soft Cambric, nicely trimmed with embroidery and matched inser.
tion in wliich is set ribbon drawstring. All sizes. Several nice styles
grouped into one special lot.    Friday and Saturday, each   50c
Allover embroidery corset covers
75c. and 95c. each
At these prices are some of the most attractive corset covers shown
this spring. Tbe illustration indicates tlie style, made of allover embroidery, fastening under arm, suitable for wearing under Qne muslin
waists.   Two special values for Friday and Saturday. Kach 75c and 95c
Embroidery Remnants
Hundreds of ends of Swiss, Cambric, Nainsook, and Muslin embn Ide -
ies and insertions in lengths, ranging from one to six yards. See the
showing Friday and Saturday.
"Shirr Ruffle
Corset Covers
each, $1.50
A corset cover made t,, **
the figure, wltl, inside iriiu
into which is run a drawstring to be removed when
cover is laundered, permanently retains its shape; can
he worn instead or ordinal,
corset cover. Suitable for
slight figures. Shea :;���, to
36, Special price, each $1.50
White Cambric
Drawers, 35c.
per pair
Open or closed drawers with
tucked edging, per i air    35c
Fine Cambric
Drawers, two special
lines,  75c.  and 95c.
per pair
Fine cambric- drawei
tine Swiss and Mains 10k embroidery     trimmings,     per
pair 75c and 95c
Wide, Umbrella
Shaped Drawers,
$1.25 and $2.25
per pair
Made with Bounce oi   cam'
brie, edge with embroidery,
No fullness round hips   Tw i
lines,  pair $1.25 and $2.25
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(1,2001000
Reserve        0,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to tlie Pacific; In Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
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CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Blakeley, of
Eleventh street, desire to tfiank their
many friends for their expressions of
sympathy  ln  connection    with    their
ecent bereavement.
FRUIT AND POULTRY RANCHES
CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
Unusual circumstances enable us to offer flve five acre Mocks at a
price below the market value. These blocks are located ln the most
fertile belt of bench land in Surrey. They are dote .to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make first-class fruit and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil rich and de?p.
Price, $125.00 per acre
Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms, one-quarter cash;   balance in X
three payments.
���*.*_-,:��� .... NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, fi:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  6,  7, 8  and every lulf
hour untll 11 p. m.
I FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. "'        '
u. m., and 3:110 p. m.
I CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
I City.
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.
service  from 8  a.  in.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 6:10 n. m. until  11:31 p. m
service fiom 8:10 a. m. until   ll:30p. ra.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   ERANC.f.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K nnd pverv 'iniir there-
after up to 11 p. m., connecting at Rburne Junction for Steveston
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
TralnH leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a.m. and (1:05 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
20, 6:50,
ivei
in., 11:
Sunday-L'O-mln'i18*
Banda.-?"^'"
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half
F.J.Hart&Co,UdJ
Vancouver     -     Victoria    ���    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove i!
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Are You Aware
that electric power Is available from our mains, which n<>w rx"T,|^
ln addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   cit}   ���'
Front street, tlience along part, of Columhla street, then vln Brim
street lo the Ilrunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   "
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications  for electric power service may he made al    �� ,.,,,-,
pany'B local office, or a postal mailed to the head office. Vn"'"
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, IU
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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