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'���"W SJ 191]
VOLUME  6,   NUMBER
"Off agjOack .gin
ON AGIN"-
PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CC.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
IME TO GET
LOT AT
WHITE  ROCK.
KING WORKING TO
AVERT COAl STRIKE
L_ADER     OF     TORIES     PLAY.NG   LABOR    MINISTER     ,N   COMMON,-
CATCH   WITH   HIS  JOB - NOW,'       CATION
HE  HAS  IT, NOW  HE  HASN'T���
DICK AND BOB TO HELP.
Ottawa,March 30.���An undertand-
standing was arrived at yesterday
evening whereby R. L. Borden retains
his leadership of the Conservative
party.
The party, In federal politics, is to
be strengthened by the addition of
Premier McBride, of B. C, and Hon.
Robert Rogers, minister of public
works in Manitoba, who have promis-
ed to throw themselves into the fight
at the next election and stay with the
party, whether It wins or loses. i
It is rumored that the future leadership will be given to one of these two
aspirants   after  honors. |
MINERS   I
TROUBLE
WITH      LEADER     OF
N    DISTRICT   WHERE
IS  EXPECTED.
MOSES COTSWORTH TELLS
HIS TROUBLES TO COUNCIL
The Work He Did and fhe Pains He Took Related at
Great Length at Special Meeting���Ex-Mayor Exonerated in Connection With Salary Increase.
DUTCHMEN PRfffR
CANADA 10 STATES
CITY SHOULD
OWN GAS PMIff
  ,*, the propos
ed strike of the coal miners.
The minister asks for full particulars and expresses a hope that those
In authority will co-operate with the
government In an endeavor to prevent
steps being taken which might
a serious Injury to the ge
lie, as well as affect prejudice!ly the
two parties interested.
prove
���nerai   pub-
Alderman  Fred   Lynch   was  in  the  somewhat    Kimllar    conditions,    havo
spotlight   yesterday   afternoon   when  acknowledged   the   city's   ownership,
the  city  council  sat  to  consider  the      Several  clauses  were read  without
famous   auditor's   report   as    drafted,' calling forth any discussion of note.
published   and   Issued    by    Mo-.es   li. I Lynch Objects to Criticism.
Cotsworth. I     One    of    Mr.    Cotsworth's     caustic-
It   was the intention of the mayori _i.ih��i��~-   ������--���*   -���������
DIVERSION  OF STREAM  OF  IMMI
GRANTS   FROM   NEW YORK   TO I
CANADIAN PORTS FORCES THE i
TRANSFER   OF    BIG    LINERS.
ALDERMAN DODD SUGGESTS MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT OF
LIGHTING INDUSTRY ��� ESTIMATES  ARE   FINALLY  PASSED.
but Alder-
this prnposl-
as   the   report
of so  much  an-
Ottawa, March 29.���R, L. Tlorden today resigned the leadership of the
Conservative opposition In the Canadian parliament.
llorden charged that corporations
opposing American reciprocity, bad
conspired to discredit him and \o
give either Premier Whitney or Premier McBride his place. ' Federal
Conservative leaders are endeavoring
io induce liorden to remain, all but
si\ liaving pledged themselves to sup-j
j oit him.
Chaos in the Camp.
Ottawa,   Marcli   29.���Today   confusion,  uncertainty and chaos reign in
the Tory camp.   Some of the scoffers
who came on   Monday  to   opst   Mr.
Borden   from   his   leadership* remain
io  pray.     lie   has  shown   an    entire
willingness,    and.   Indeed,    determine-
tlon to resign the leadership, with Its
constant   worries and  bickerings with
disgruntled  and self-seeking   factions
within  the  party.    He  wishes to retire to private life again, resume the
practice  of  law,  look  after   his   already   large   financial   interests    and
have  some  leisure  hours  unbothered
bj  'lie incessant strain of seeking to
please everybody, reconcile divergent
in" rests and shape political  compro-
mlsefl to cover all wings of the party.
Scurry to  Cover.
ThlR attitude he made very clear to
Insurgents  last   night   and   this  morn-j
iiK     As the result  there lias been a
:      ���   scurry  to  cover.    A   great   majority  of  his  followers   realize   thnt
thi  ���   is no hope to 1111 his shoes, and
Unit if he resigns the last state of the
party  will   be   worse  than   the  first.
Consequently a round robin was gotten up praying  Horden to remain at
Hip head of the party, and  assuring
him all the cordial support, sympathy
ami allegiance of his followers. This
Fernie, March 30.���At a mass meeting of tbe coal miners of /. districi
held yesterday afternoon eight hundred miners endorsed the action of
tlieir delegates at the recent conference In Calgary. This makes it practically certain that the
close down on Saturday.
Hosmer miners voted in support of
the delegates on Wednesday, and the
miners at. Miche'
the same today,     ^^^^^^^^_^__
An official of the Trades and Labor department of the Dominion government is here, but so far he has
taken no active part ln the dispute.
LOCKED DOORS CAUSED
LARGE LOSS OF LIFE
Xew  York, March 2!).���Distiict At-
mines   will
are expected to do
to take the paragraph In the p.unpli
lets in many cases as read
man Bryson was against
tion   and   moved   that,
had  been  the cause
noyance, the auditor be instructed to
go over the statements singly.      Mr.
Bryson, speakint_to^ bis motion, (jue.s-
tioned   very  much  if  or  any   of  the
members of the council had read the
| report In its entirety, and went so
i far as to ask for a show of   bands.
The mayor, and Aldermun Campbell
signified that tbey bad gone through
the pamphlet from cover to cover.
The Mayor���If it's your pleasure,
gentlemen, we will go through this
item by item. It looks to me foolish,
and���well, never mind; let's go ahead.
I stay here for weeks, no long as we
get the matter settled.
Mr. Cotsworth had only gone
through the flrst part of clause 77,
when Alderman Lynch pulled him up.
The especial clause dealt with the
councils resolution that Cotsworth do
some of the work free. The alderman said that a part of the clause had
crlti
isms   dealt
torney  Whitman today examined 15U! been inserted after the initial report
witnesses, most of them survivors of   iati  ��>een adopted  *B* before it had
Saturday's   fire,  when   143  lives  were I been  P^1I^li?.'b0SLI��m-
,    . i    .l    j    .      .,        . .*.    n. i       i Opinions    Differ;
lost in the destruction of the Triangle      ���,.      ,, ,���        .. .     ,' ,     ,
Shirtwaist factory. All agreed that' , ���e Mayor-hverytlung s perfectly
the doors leading to the stairways rig'1.t.,n my I��1,lnl.on- . ��� . , .
and tbe passenger elevators were' Alderman Lyncb-U el not m mne
locked when the fire started and laid a,1(1 \ m��v? Ula< lhe clause be laid
largely to tl.is fact tl.e enormous loss. Vf. *��� tutu��� ^8CU0M_ "^ ,,,-,,
# lie Alderman  Henley seconded  this but.
with City Assessor
Frank Broad. Alderman Lynch voiced
strong objection to the wording ot
this clause, nnd before the discussion
that followed came to a halt the
clocks had ticked off sixty-five minutes.    The clause read as follows:
"188. Mr. Broad's human nature
being thus favored by tliose Interests must be beholden to those who
gave him such a lift beyond what his
persona' merits in that special branch
of civic work could have raised him.
To that extent be cannot be truly In- j
dependent in that position, wbicli I
above all others, requires the most
thorough independence."
Alderman Lynch wished to know
whether the auditor considered Mr.
Broad to be beholden to those same
interests at the present time.
"I cannot say; I have not given the
matter    consideration,"    replied   Mr. I
Cotsworth.
Mayor Lee took a hand in the debate, exclaiming that he did not consider  the  question   fair.    The  report
dealt   with   tbe   past,    not   with
present.
Interests Vs. the  People.
Antwerp, March HO.���The diversion
of European immigration from the
L'nited States to Canada is seriously
affecting the Atlantic steamship
lines.
The Ued Star line will today hand
I over to the American-Canadian   line
'its two best special immigrant steam-
| ers afloat, the Gothland and the Sam-
land.    These  vessels,   which  hitherto
were on  tlie  Antwerp-New  York  service will
M a special meeting of the city
council yesterday afternoon a considerable amount of business, mostly ta
connection of the estimates for the
current year, was transacted. April
14 was allocated as tbe day on whicli
voters would go to the polls cn the
bylaws to be submitted to them as
drafted, but a newspaper man point
ed out  that
out that  tbat  day was Good  KH-
now be operated from  Hot-1 da>'- and the members of the council
terdam   to  Canadian   ports. I said  many  harsh   things,   as  all  w-
Fifteen hundred emigrants for Can-1 rangements had been made for Unit
ada are now held up here by lack of date. It was not until after the lunch
transportation facilities. The de- hour that the city fathers definitely
crease ln the emigration to tlie Uni-1 Axed upon Wednesday, April 12, and
ted States is most marked.
CHURCHILL    ROUNDS
UP ALL ANARCHISTS
today had a score of detectives of
Scotland Yard, aided by Continental
sleuths, scouring London for suspicious characters.
Churchill believes that the most
Important members of the band
which put up the battle of Sidney-
street are still at large and dreads an
attempt on the life of some of the
foreign rulers who will come to King
George's coronation. It ls believed
^^^^^^^^^^^^^___^__^__1 , that all known anarchists will be ar-
Alderman Dodd took advantage of rested on the eve of the coronation
tbe opportunity to give an enlighten- and held until the foreign royalties
ing address on "Interests Versus tha h ^^^^^^^^^^
People." This was more academic I
than   pertinent  to   the   matter  under!       NEW
discussion, ^--^pa^n^naeaBna
thority on the subject he was given   Poll for the Vacancies to Be Filled on
from nine to seven o'clock
More  Salaries  Raised.
The finance committee brought forward a list of city officials who were
������������������������aM   I entitled   to  have their salaries rased
London,  March  29.���Determined   to' by reason of the faithful services giv-
have no anarchistic outbreak in Lon- en to the authorities,
don    during   the   coronation   period,!     City   Clerk   Duncan   will   go   from-
Home   Secretary    Winston   Churchill   $135  to  $150
the
iave left  England
VICTORIA   ELECTION.
It was decided today to postpone
the funerals of the twenty unidentifie 1
victims of the fire for a week, when
a great labor demonstration will be a
feature   of   their  burial.
Frost Damages Fruit.
Topeka, Kan., .March 29.���The mercury dropped to twenty degrees early
today and advanced fruit was damaged. Last night's snow clung, to
the trees and this was frozen on the
blossoms of the early cherries and
peaches, killing them. Apples and
small fruit, it is believed, were not
damaged. The temperature is rising
rapidly today.
(Continued on Page Four.)
INDEPENDENT    PILOTS.
Open an Office in Portland and Begin
Business.
Portland, Or., Marcli 29.���With temporary headquarters in an office on
the upper floor of the Couch street
dock, the Independent Pilots' association, recently formed, embarked in
���:s yesterday morning. It Is understood tlie I1C��' organization will
pilot the steam schooners op��r*W4
by the Olsen and Mahony line up anl
down t'ue river.
Tbe association Is composed of mantels of several tugs i>l>ing on the Columbia river, lt Is announced that
the membership will be Increased
Just as soon as tbe association has
huilt up a sufficient amount of busi-
ni -o justify it. An official of the
new association stated that no rate
cutting would be indulged in, and Indications are favorable for plenty of
��� ess.
KNOX BUSY DRAFTING
ARBITRATION TREATY
U. S. Secretary of State Working   on
New   Agreement   Which   Is   Intended to Reach All Possible Disputes.
Washington, Marcli 29.���Secretary
of State Knox is busy he e today on
the drafting of a new arbitration
treaty between the United States and
Great Britain, which, it is hoped,
will reach all possible disputes. Work
on the new convention is being ha3-
on going to a vote only the mover and
seconder were in favor, the motion,
therefore, dropping.
During  the reading and  whilst en
deavoring to show how proud the city
Bhould be of blm by quoting from Victoria excerpts. Alderman Lynch 'again
drew   Moses   up   short   by   remarking
that  this bad  nothing to do with the
audit.      Time    was    quite    precious
enough  without   wasting any.
Ruling   Asked.
Under    the    caption   "Auditor    As
saulted," Moses  B. was showing how
his work for the city���which he was
doing  Tree   (as  per  report)���how,  in
the public streets, he was grossly insulted,  when   again   he  was  compelled  to  stop.    The aldermen generally
thought that the matter had nothing
to do with the city as the affray occurred   on   the   street  nnd   the  party
who had been mixed up in the affair,
had been punished.    The mayor's rul- '
ing on the matter was that as the auditor was in the employ of the council |
of the city at that tme he had every
right  to be accredited as   a servant,
and the clause would have to stand.
Proceeding, he said tbat the tasks
h^ bad to overcome were bristling
with grave difficulties. Someone
stole papers and other data from the
city   hall   where  he   was   doing   his
work.
Ex-Mayor Keary Exonerated.
On the question of the report
which dealt with the item of $750 in
excess of Mayor Keary's salary, the
chair gave a ruling that his predecessor in office was not at fault.   It was
a bearing ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__
Alderman Lynch again plied the'
auditor with questions concerning Mr.
Broad, but was unable to secure from
the latter any enlightenment on his
estimate of Mr. Broad's present capabilities for tlie position he hojii. "I
do not think Mr. Broad wa "Beholden
to any interests," remarked the alderman.
"1 think he was," Interjected Alderman Bryson. "1 do not think he was
qualified for the Job, even if he is
today."
Replying to a question by Alderman Dodd, Alderman Johnston said
he was on the council which appointed Mr. Broad to office a few days before the new council was sworn   in.
��� Personally   he   opposed   the   appoint-
^^^^^^__^_^_^^^^^^^_
Finally   Mr.   Cotsworth   volunteered I   _____  _-,���..._._,   ���__...
the   information   that   in   his   opinion   SFfl/FT  \FnVll F  MFN
Mr. Broad had greatly profited by the,1 UIWIH   JLIIMUL  JULH
experience   gained   during;  his   tenure I
of office. I
A   few  minutes  later  the   meeting I
adjourned   to   the  call   of  the   chair, f
Only one hundred and twelve clauses |
of the report remain to be discussed.
April 7.
Victoria, March 29,���At    a    speed il
meeting   of   the   provincial   executive
yesterday  an order    in council    was
passed   officially   confirming   Monday,
April  3,  as tbe date  upon  which the
acting mayor and city council of Victoria cease  to hold office  under the
special enabling act of the recent session.   No time is to be lest, however,
in securing the election of their legitimate successors,   nominations    being
received on Tuesday, April 4. and the
election on  Saturday, April 7.    With
the return of Hon.    Mr.    Ross    from
Fernie this evening a meeting of the
full executive will  be  held,  when  it
is expected that    decisions    will    be
rendered on various deferred matte-:���;
of importance.
per month; Treasurer
McKay from $125 to $150 per month.
and the others will in future have the.
following monthly salaries:
Sanitary Inspector jPearce, $125;
Miss Fisher, typist, $fi(i; clerk anrl
messenger , $60, and city treasurer's
typist, $75.
Alderman Gray moved that the salary of the mayor be increased to
$2000, but the mayor declined; the
matter then  dropped.
The  usual  grant of  $1000   for the
maintair.ence of the city's patients ai
the   Royal   Columbian   hospital   was
made, as was tbe yearly sum of   ,10\>
for the May Day celebratons.
Sanatorium  Grant Causes Word*.
When the question of allocating tlie
usual   grant  to  tbe  sanatorium  came
up for settlement, the labor aldermen.
Dodd and Campbell, strongly opposed
tbe giving of any  sum to an  institution which in tbeir minds was not for
a  city  to  support, but  which  fay  di-
��� rectly  at the doors of either the Dominion    or    Provincial    government.
Alderman   Dodd  said  that  Dr.  Fagaa
was 'responsible  t',r  the  government;
not  supportine the sanatorium.    The;
motion to   .rant K500 was stopped.
Trip for the  Engineer.
Alderman   Gray,   who   had   just  re
turned from Seattle, said he bad been
much  struck while in that American
city,  with  the methods  employed  by
the authorities in the removal of the
refuse   and   debris,   and   the   various
appliances which were owned by the
j council   there,   maintained   the   thoroughfare in a clean and sanitary condition.    He moved, therefore, that tho
j Westminster city engineer be eent to
/Seattle   to get  an   Insight   Into
TO  INVESTIGATE  WRECK.
Captain Eddie Will Make Inquiries as
to Causes of the Disaster.
Vancouver, March 89.���Captain
Kddie. F. R. A. S��� has received instructions from Ottawa to proceed to
Victoria immediately and conduct a
searching investigation into the
causes which led up to the foundering
of the steamer Sechelt last Friday
with heavy loss of life.    The captain
Illegal Transfer of Furt From Canada
to United States Discovered���Goode
Bought   Here   Delivered   Free.
A    GIFT.
DUTY    ON     	
- , ,   ��� j intimated that lt will be only the n
Winnie Baptists Incensed at Action' of  a   serles   of  similar    treaties    in
tit U. S   Custom  Authorities.        | which   the   L'nited   Stat.s   will   make
Winnipeg,   March   M.���Indignation( conditions framed to avoid war wiu
Mnong the HaptistB bere at tbe action all first rate powers.
of  United   States Consul-General.  Mr.] - _~     -      '
'on.s. who notified Uev. Avery Shaw,      Eggs at Least Four Years Old
that  the  costly   silver  service   given
the svstem.    Despite  this   assurance
��� Aide men   Lynch   and    Bryson    were proceeded to Victoria today and will
sponsors for a motion that the clause examine all available w  nesses w th
llie over   but on a  vote this was de- a view to ascertaining the condition
I feated   by   four   to   two.      Alderman of the steamer, what was her cargo
the Lynch was again to the front by mov-j and what trim she was In,
be
iened  in  order  that   It   may  be  submitted  to  the senate  for  ratification
during the  special session beginning
I April 4.
I    In   case   tho   senate   approves
j agreement with Britain, It  is broadly j lng   that
ated that it will be only the first | heard on the question of the traveling expenses of the council members
who   went   to   Victoria,   Seattle   and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_  __     .������.    ...      .    .a*      t*SS*
nil    ulniiUULIiVu  dt/fftlnC i the earUe���av���i?e*ie\pport*?nt&   "*
I City Debt*.
The mayor reported that the banded Indebtedness of Westminster sU
this time was $1,607,000, and that the
interest for 1911 will be $90,375. The
provision for the sinking fund was
placed at $26,509.
On the last figures being announce!
there   was   a  discussion   as    to   the
wealth or otherwise of the city. The
mayor   replying,   said   that   Westminster was away ahead of such a cfcy
The   assets   of that
city were as nothing when compared
with those of the Royal city.
Dream of the Future.
During   the   above   argument,   and
when one thing led to another, Alda--
Washington, March 29.���A system
of wholesale smuggling of furs from
Canada in which innocent purchasers j as Vancouver
in tbe United States bave-been tho
ultimate losers has been discovered
by Chief Walker of the Secret Service department,    lloulton, Maine, l~
I,
said to have been the base of opera-1 man Dodd said it would, be a good
tions, and the case came to the at- thing for the council to have full inirt-
tention  of   the   customs
the   further   arguments
BUTLER   ROBBED  EMPLOYER.
inspectors  ngement of the gas plant of the city.
. ... . .     11 Not only would this be a proper tm-
when  an   unusually  large  amount o    ,,,���.,������ .__ .,,��� ,������_i���i��� ,__...     ���
, .      , ,        ,7   ,. ui . i dertaking for the municipality to-en-
furs was shipped from lloulton, which     , ���    ^ ��    b>
'V, .Tumi'I; V T     iV   ?'   h ��l��r   one   with   the   ratepayers   ����
Chief Wllkie says the plan has baen  w after a  brle(  pellod   tend to
for   dealers   in   Montreal   and    other' e .
Canadian  cities to sell furs to   men,
in advance, and. wh,ch wa_ carde,   t,mt th_ _,
greatly reduce the bills for lighting.
Alderman    Gray    moved    a    motion.
him by the First Baptist congregation would he held up at Is was subject to 45 per cent duty at Cleveland,
where   Mr.   Shaw   was   going.      The
Rochester, N, Y
Burns.	
some eggs In a grocery store yesterday. The grocery man said that the
eggs  were  freshly  laid
Stole Gold and Silver Plate Valued at
$45,000.
New  York,  March   29.���There  was
a great bustle of activity in tbe New   00neQ^ng their pay ,���_.��_  .,*.*> ���      ���
York police headquarters in the early ,,,-oniising to deliver the goods tlut>" | sineer and electrician make a detail-
morning hours today. The police of- free 0lie valuable fur coat has lie?nied report to a meetin^ of the coun-
Polals  irtdmtfted  .that   another   Ffg   aelzed in Chicago by  special agents., d, _,,th .  vlew ,0 bring(nK |��� a by
elsewhere on  council  business.    The I
auditor hud pointed out that these ex-1
penses   were   much    ln    advance^   of
, what   they   should   have,  pflen.       He
March 21).���Harry | pointed out that tl;e expenses of the
of Hornell,   Iowa,    purchased  council were not, paid by the Hassam | , -    . ___________^_ 	
Paving COS. p&fiy as  had  been  stated  jewelry robbery had been discovered  "N"ear{.. "one   hundred   other  cases   of  t"  '
In  s^mS  quarters.    Alderman   Lynch  and that the home of a wealthy New  f(]r  smugglinK i,ave  1)ecm  discovered i,aw s0 that the ratePa>'erB might vote
found   no   seconder   to   his ' "   " *~"~ '--'-J  -' ���i����m��-       . .,.._ ,���..������.,   on the subject.
Burns    ex-
memhers of the congregation there- amlned one of his eggs and found his
"inn subscribed nn additional amount ni,me and address, written thereon
and paid Mr Jones and Rev. Mr. while be was employed at a cold stoi-
Shaw was able to take   his present uge plant four sears afio^
aWSy'  j INSIST ON PURE MILK.
Great    Turbine    Cruder.
Hamburg. March 29.���The German
"avy'B third mammoth turbine cruis-
'" was launched here today and
christened Goethen. after the dlstin-
gulshed   Prussian  general.    The
Will
which naturally fell down.
Ownership of Land.
When Clause 178 had been read,
this dealing with the holding of a
large triangular piece of land, containing one and one-quarter acre of
waterfront occupied by the B, C. Tlm
ber and Trading company,  Ltd., and
motion,|forker bad been looted of valuables ,_ m pa8t week    An ;u.)h<i ^.^
worth  at  least   $15,000.    Details   o       t|on _.���, be or(lerel and all gm
the theft were closely  guarded.      It    ,ed fur8 wjl, be 8el?ecl
was   unofficially   reported   that    the-      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
robbery  was  tbe  work  of  a  trusted
butler who had worked himself Into
hls   employer's   confidence,   and   had
taken advantage of a temporary ab
INVESTIGATING  COAL
COMPANIES' COMBINE
The council agreed to submit a- referendum to the ratepayers with a
view to find out the opinion of the
people whether1 they favored the exemption of the real estate owned hy
school, church and colleges.
Tlpperary  School  Site.
The estimates as brought forwari
spectors    for
again  make  it
is of the Bame
East   Ontario   Dairy   Inspectors      ____________________ . ,
Get After Erring Farmers. | which the auditor maintains
Kingston   Marcli 29.���The dairy in- alienated lf the city docs not In rut-
Kingston, Marcli ..^    0ntar)o   wji|   (iie  receive   ren(ali  ft  dlgcu   ,
for  farmers  who  sued as to the actual owners.il]) of the
^^��� that the land is
has
the mill
of   paying
hot
TEVtS &n Eerate their mllk and Bend It to j property.   It seem.
cheese   factories.     Tl.e    Eastern i owned  by  the  corporation,  but
c    ese ���   ���        'been occupied for years by
which,   Instead
rannand.fteMolt.0.   ; j tbe^-- -^^ &^Mn
Telephone In Constantinople. _    I tive ^�� tn'^ted Its In.^or-    ��  company   ^^ ^ ^
old practice a. _ -oaecur ner nB _ ** owned the property. There
to be a possibility that th"
March      29���The  stop the
chamber   of   deputies   today   ratified  year there were a numbei Of PjosecJ
" oncession  for the exclusive op- ,ions, nnd farmers were heavllynncii.
eratlon of a telephone svstem ln Con-  Ml dairymen In this section will  De
v   V.7    .-   it    .        .        a *     New York,  March 29.���The depart
  -;������  scm'e �� ."^ te���"y from town to es-  ment of jugtlce jg lnvestigiltlng what i     *** >,,_���.,
may be care with his plunder. A partial list lg a]leKed to be a K|Kantlc combin i- from the Bch��o1 boal~d trustees wans
of tl.e stolen goods showed that a tion of coal companle9 and coa, carry. taken up and after being read a W-
grea part of the missing vauables , raliroads. lt is said that the ��"d a^ third time were finally passions st en of silver and gold utensils. PenI18ylvanla( Norfolk and Western _d; ���>e8e w'' ��ke the *r?B _*���
which might be readily melted down and gaitimore and Qhlo   are   proml-  wlaw to enable the council to rates
into bullion^ ^ I nently mentioned In report9��whtch ln- ������������������������������������������������������
npicTiiur   rnrwiPM ' vestlgatlng agents recently made. The
DHiCTiiNU  t,RtwLtbs Investigation has been  going on tor
_____ six   months  and  the  department   Is
' ...     ,   ������    _,. . ,      . said to be In possession of facts which
London, March 29,-The captain of promlge t0 lead  t0 80mething   tan-
t Continued on Page Five.)
��� �������������������������������������� ��������
stantlnople  and  the
v'as granted provls
which  urged to send in a better qualitj    of
ago
N.W,
to    the
icate.
He   suburbs,  ��uon nff^��u'",^ possible company pays the rental to be char,-  shire, laden wltn 1
sionnlly some time raw .material, so that tt e     ��   i -��  this vear   this will be considered   with   sails  set,  bu
arlean-Anglo-French ��__*�� tnny be. manufactured. .|!d Tknowledaement   of   the   city's Bay of Biscay.   Tl
American
appears iu uo �� (,�����">���>'���������><   -~���  __.
B, C. T. & T. company may claim tho the steamer Branksome Hall reports  g{\]\^
land, but this Is not certain.    If the that the four-masted steel bark Bute- 	
" "~     hire, laden with nitrate, is roaming  Embezzler  Must   Serve   Five   Years.
___^ _*  crewless. in the''   Salem> March 29.���w. Cooper Moran   acknowledgement   of   the   city s  nay oi Biscay.   The Branksome Hall  ,.jg   formerly  a  Tacoma real   estate
In the event of the com- bore down upon the vagrant on Mon- dealeri found gullty 0, embezzlement
Aviator  Was  Killed.
Paris,  March  29.���M. Cle, an ivlil
,or   was   killed   yesterday   while
'emptlpg a  flight  over the  Seine
Puteaux.    When 2000 feet up he lost
control   and   the   machine   c
down.
Flying to Bremen. lownersmp.    m um c-c... v.. ���..,. .-������ _���._	
Hamburg,    March    29.���Lieutenant  j,any refusing, the case will be taken day  and  found   her  deserted  and  a ^ about  $75,000  In connection  with
Frier,   who made   n flight   yesterday to the courts. lifeboat gone.   The bark appeared to the fanUre of the  Oregon  Trust   &
passenger In  a biplane from      The land in question Is shown on be seaworthy und In good shape and gavjngs Bank at Portland, and  sen
at-  with a  passenger In  ��W" "���>      '""'"�� �� *     a9   clty  property, her lamps were still burning. Indlcat- tenced t0 serve five years in the penl-
-   ����.r��Sffi X"-endedft F5 Later^UcussTon brought oVthe' fadt lng that she had not long been aban   tentl        _t   Sal t    ���-.   hi9
3St  Herlin to this cty. ascenitea^ gQ ue^ ..   ^   ^^   ^ ^^    A gu,e prevented an aUempt  tlme    Such was the decision of the
rashed  day and continued his flight
men,
Supplies Pasted. ������
Ottawa,    March    30.���After ��*
a conference yesterday after- ���
noon between Sir WiTfifiT Lii* ���
rler and R. L. Porden, It was ���
agreed that the Interim suppljr ���
bill  be passed, this  including ������
the estimates already adopted 0-
and   two   months'    approprla- ���
tlons, sufficient to carry on the ���
affairs  of the   country   until *
June 1. ���
ley  Bros.,  wbo  occupy  land   under to board her.
district court today.
��� ��� ��� ��� ��� '������ ���. ��� ��� �� ��� * ���" 3"1* > V!
THE DAILY NEWS.
THUR8RAV,  MARCH
30, 1911.
PAGE TWO
^^It^^m UP IN ARMS
OVER A SERMON
WANTED���A GIRL TO TAKE CARE
of child in afternoons. Apply Mrs.
V.   H.   Eickhoff,  2;t4  Second  stieet.
FOURTH street and Eighth avenue"
very line lot; only $i>50.
BURNABY, Edmonds Station, large
lot. Price |450. Hurry if you want
this.
WANTKD���A   GIRL   TO   ASSIST   IN I
in   general   housework.    Apply   L29
Third avenue.
waNted-
penters.
-AT    ONCE    TWO
Apply   Gilley   Hros.
CAR-
BURNABY���Two view lots Third avenue, only $500 each; nothing cheap-1
Jl ���
GOOD modern Six roomed house,;
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near!
Sixth street. $11500. $1100 casli,
balance over two years.   No. fi2.
LONDON PEOPLE DIDN'T CARE
FOR REV. MOORE'S UTTERANCES ON WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC���TOO   MANY   DETAILS.
Market Valu
e
YVANTKD-
ply G. N
street.
-MESSENGER    BOY.   AP-
W. Telegraph office, Sixtli
Apply
Sixth
WANTKD���A   GIRL    WITH
knowledge  of   bookkeeping.
Roberts    Klectric    Co.,    47
street.
WANTKD ��� TWO APPRENTICE
boys to learn the engineering and
machinist trade. Apply at tha
Schaake   Machine   Works,   Limited.
^^_         London,  Out.,   March  29.���Remarks
    ,   . .   ��,.,___ ci_��u' made by Uev. T. Albert Moore, secie
STREET���Lot between Sixtn, ��� ���
ol         tary ot the moral reform department
I of the  Methodist church in  two city
_.���_|  _.    . , J pulpits in London last Sunday are still
SOML| FOURTh STREET���Near Durham, lot j (ho 811,|Joct ol- oomment among those
FIFTH
and Seventh
avenues.    Price $97
facing west.   Price $875.
WANTKD���YOUNG LADY DESIRES
a position us cashier, or a position
in an office where experience is
unnecessary. Address Box 18,
Daily  News.
WANTKD ��� EXCAVATING, FKNT-
ing, sidewalks and general contracting. Gust Melin, 1016 Third avenue.
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN, APPLY
to Royal City Dye Works.
WANTKD TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, five or six rooms. Must be
close in or near car line. Write,
giving price and particulars, "Careful." Daily News office.
THREE  West  End   lots on   Montreal
street.  Price  $575 each,  $75  cash-
balance monthly.    A chance to get  incidents,
good property on easiest terms. ^^
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New Westminster
JOSEPH TRAVERS
TWO LOTS on Edinburgh street, all
cleared. P. ice only $1600 on easy
terms.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE
���care of two small children. Apply
307  Carnarvon street.
WANTED-FIRST CLASS TROUSER
maker. Apply J. N- Aitchlson, Columbia street.
'WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY FOR
real estate office. Apply Diamond
& Corbould, Lavery block.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. Tbey make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 10015. If yoj
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin.
who heard these sermons.
  !    In the morning at the Askin Btreet
LOT on Sixth street, close In on car churoh at lhe conclusion of bis ser-
line, $1200;  terms. I molli )le  referred to the  white slave
 . ��� ��� 1 traffic.
"There is a white slave traffic," ho
said. To prove it, he related two
In one case a young
woman in an unmentloned town bad
been offered $1200 salary as organist
in a western town���the name not
given. Friends of the young woman
made inquiries and found that the
offer bad not come from the western
church and further developments indicated the existence of a plot to lure
the young woman to the west for Immoral  purposes.
The second instant had to do with
a school girl on her way to scliool
near Montreal. A man passing in a
sleigh asked her to have a ride and
when near the school whipped up bis
horse. The next heard of her was In
. .Montreal, where the man was seen
' taking her to a house of ill-repute.
The police interfered and the man and
woman in the, case were sent to Hie
penitentiary.
Both of these stories were related
by the reverend gentleman with a
great deal of detail. A number of
women in the congregation were in
tears and a most unusual sensation
was produced.
In the evening there were more recitals of this character for tbe con
.re. ation at Colborne street church
and it is said that members of the
congregation strongly resent the remarks made.
Columbia street to Front
street, Lot 66 x 132 ft.
$6,000.00 building at present on property
gives high rental.
PRICE (for im-
mediate   sale)
$36
GOOD   TERMS
��   EXCLUSIVELY
Sherriff, Rose & Co.
*- j* *?   *���~* . *-~~.*~\ ~ c
Phone 832.
646 Columbia St.
LOTS on Hamilton street.
$900, cn easy terms.
Price only
A GOOD  large  lot on  Second  street, j
near   Queen's   Park.     Price   $1150; \
one-third   cash,   balance   arranged.
This is only lor a few days, as owner is going east.
LARGE  LOT on  Eleventh  street,  all
cleared. Price $1200, on easy terms.
r ^
PALMER '
GASOLINE ENGINES
3Ms  to 25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
WE HAVE got lots in Sapperton
ranging from $:>50 and up, close to
the B. C. B. R
line to Vancouver.
IF YOU want to get some good lots
come in and look over our lists of
property.
WE HAVE 5 and 10 acre blocks near
Port  Mann, on easy terms.
You might let us have your list of
property, as we can sell it for you
Local  Agentt
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.     ^^^^
Westminster.
INCREASE   UNWARRANTED.
FOR
fll'
SALE���CHICKENS.
Fifth  avenue.
APPLY���
FOR SALE���ONE ACRE BLOCK IN
West End, close to cutoff. - For
price apply to A. D. McRae, 52S
Ash street.
HOUSES.
SEVEN Roomed modern house, lot all
cleared and in fruit, close to ctr
Price only  $2900, on easy  terms.
NEW  eight-rcom  modern  house,  just
finished.   Can be had on easy terms
FOR SALE���FIVE-PASSENGER AL'-j
tomobile, 30-35 horsepower, in good'
running order. Apply at the
Schaake   Machine   Works,   Limited.
SIX-ROOM  house, close in;   large lot.
Price $2700, on teims to suit.
London, March    29.���Answering    a
question in the House    of    Commons
today  concerning the additional duty
imposed by the l'nited States on Hritish spirits, the Right lion. c. B. Hobhouse, financial secretary to the treas-
I ury, said In effect that i:i the opinion
j of the  British government  the allow
I ances made to exporters of spirbs did
I not justify an increase in the duty under  the  American   tariff   laws.    The
| British ambassador at Washington, h
added, had  been  Instructed  to make
representations to the American go
ernment accordingly.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It is the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money mav be used In two ways;  to   spend   for   what   is
needed  now   and  to  invest   for what  shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be invested until it Is flrsl saved.
PROTECT YOUR  FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
s     The Bank of Vancouver
The I
Royal Bank of Canada I
Authorized Capital. $2,000,000.      Columbia, corner Ei:hth street.
A. L. DEWAR, Ceneral Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Capital paid up  	
Reserve     	
The Ba::k has 175
extending In Canada
Atlantic to the Pacifli
$f>,20o.OnO
6,900,000
branches,
Iro"' the
; in Cuba,
EIGHT-ROOM, modern bouse, close to
car. Price $3250; $600 cash, balance $20 per month.
FOR      SALE���GREAT      SNAP      ON
Lulu Island, In city limits, flve acres:	
facing Ewan avenue car line, ten SIX-ROOM modern house, new. Price
minutes nom new terminus, all, $2750; $750 cash, ba'ance to suit
clea.ed,      sidewalks      and      waterl     you.
through propeity, $6000; one-luarterI ��� ���   -���-- < ��� ��� ��� -'
cash,  balance  over  two  years.    S.: FIVE-ROOM cottage, lot 66x132, close
Murakami, 500 Powell street, Van-     in.   Price $2500, on easy terms.
couver. ' ��� '
< " 'I     If you are wanting a home on easy
FOR      SALE���THAT      BEAUTIFUL I terms, It will be to your advantage to I
residential property on    Blackwood J see us before buying elsewhere. Cornel
(east side), Armstrong and Carnar-jin and look over our lists of houses.
-von Sts., 132 feet scjuare, double cor ^^^^^B	
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE. BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph
FOR SALE
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay-
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mg.'.
Tier.    The rapid expansion of business will in a short time bring this
property to the fiont as a business
-.proposition, when its value sliall in
crease  beyond  present expectation.
-Only   $18,000;    cash,    $5000;    easy
terms;  7 ier cent.   Also lots 2 and
'3 of Uoek 04, Burnaby, 1 1-5 acres,
opposite  Royal    Oak    hotel.    Near
*tram line and on the projected highway to Mexico.   Its value must increase enormously with the opening
up of this international road.   Only)
'$2500; one-third cash;  easy terms;
17 per oent.   Half usual commission
on each property. D. D. Bourke, 1316
Cariboo street.   Phone R 482.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703.    Residence L611.
Real Estate  and   Insurance Agencies.
Auctioneers, etc.    Money to Loan.
Walker Block, Columbia  Street, New
Westminster.
FOR SALE���IN 10, 15 AND 20 ACRE
blocks, or more to   suit   purchaser,
ifacing on Yale road, near Coast
Meridian road. Price $160 per acre.
Easy terms.    A. B. C, Dally News
tiffice.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia  street.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
CITY���5  acres  on   Lulu   Island Road,
within   city    limits,   at    $1200    per
acre.    Easy terms.
Owing to foiling health I shall dispose of my property on the following
easy terms, except where otherwise
specified: One-lilth cash, balance 6,
12, 18 und 24 months; 7 per cent.
CARIBOO AND FOURTEENTH STS.
���Rooming house wi h two annexes,
lots 60x132 and 66x66; present income $5ii per month; estimated
rental of seven best rooms, reserved
for family use $35; Improvements
In progress will probably bring
revenue up to $140 per month. Location, one of the best in city for |
workingmen's rooming house. Price ^"V'.j^""'
$7000;   one-third  cash.    Remalnde"'    ��:oe~��rom
t CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver   and   Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
(No. 97).
Vancouver.     (No. 96)
WEST    END���Fine    lot,    57x115,    oni
Eighteenth    street,   between    Fifth I
and Sixth avenues, immediately ad-1
joining new cut-off B.C.E.R., lane at
side, cleared  and cultivated,  $1400,
one-third cash.
SIXTH STREET���Lot 50x132, conveniently situated and easily cleared,
$1500, one-third cash.
VACANCIES FOR GENTLEMEN
boarders; home comforts. 310 Sixtli
avenue.
SIXTH AVENUE���Between Second
and Third streets, 50 foot lot; 1900,
on terms.
WANTED  TO  RENT���SIX  ROOMED j
modern  bouse on   Fifth avenue to
party   without  children.    Apply  to
Mr. Ross, 45 Sixth street, between]
18 and 9 a. m., or 12 and 1 p. m.      j
TO RENT���A FIVE-ROOM MODERN
house, bathroom, washhouse, wood-
house, etc., moderate rent. Enquire
813 Fourteenth street, above Eighth
avenue.
EDMONDS���Full size lots in subdivision adjoining station, from $600 up.
Easy terms.    Lovely  location.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
���FOR
RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE
��,��� Seventh avenue and Bowler
Street, $15 per month. Apply 1314
Cariboo etreeL
TO RENT-LARGE WELL FURNISH-
���61 rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend fit Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases- accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu-
lars apply to Hospital. Tele-
.hone 755.
Gold WatcJiee tor L��*l���� from |12-7t
ip.
Silver Watchea.   genu*   open t����
MM.
Sliver Watchea, gents' open   ewe,
I7'50   HP�� r. mtaAai
Agent    tor    Waltbam   and     Klg��n
Watch��s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
THE DAILY NEW8.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
of  4-5  acre on   Fourteenth    streec, I
live nice sized building lots, $6500.1
Adjacent   lots    sold    recently    for
$2100 each.
LOT    172,    BUNTZEN     HEIGHTS���
"The best yet," see  Province Fen.
25, page 18, flrst column.   Shaughnessy  Heights not i.n it.    Block 7,
eight  lots on  Twentieth  street, in:
orchard, $5000.   All block 8, 22 lots, j
four streets, 80  yards from cut-off, j
$12,000.
LULU   ISLAND���Ten  acres,  Sec.  34,!
about a mile from  city  limits, 42 i |
feet,    deep    waterfrontage,    $20,000,1
Five acres on west half of block 20,
city, improved, $10,000. Three acres
near Garden City station on Sieves-;
ton line, $1500.
SURREY���Port Mann, tQ   acre*    improved. Sec. 35, corner Quible and
Townline roads, $6000..  Port Kells,
17  acres,   10  acres  almoKt   ideated,
excellent  soil,   chocn}. te   loam,   six
room  house,    stable,.'.outbuildings,
well and fencing, all good,
orchard  with  small  fruit pn  three
acres,   highly   cultivated;   on   Latimer road, with two sld. roads; one-
quarter mile from'���'��eWnUne.    Five
minutes walk to either, wharf, C. N.
IL or G. N. station; fin- ideal home;
similar Improvements   'on    heavily
timbered land-nfrttiltt cost the- price
now asked for alfj-$M5p.   ,, .-���
ABBOTSFORD���80 ,'acre��,v"west ��� half
of  southwest  ��ni��rter  qf 1<H of   16,
good soil, live   acres   cleared,   an
orchard; estimated value of timber,
$2000; one half mile from mills on
Abbotsford   laUe*; W00.    Also; 40
acres near   Abbotsford, "northwest
quarter of soumfaet quarter of 16
of 16, good soiL *?Q0b,     ..,."
SAPPERTON���On^fourtTi  Interest  In
24 acres on oast" ape Brunette river
and south of Mft/*Rj.v<?f road, $12,-
500, one-third-cash, v _ ...
Good titles, nioajjtv indefensible; no
Incumbrances.*-* ��)r-.; further  particulars apply to Owrter. '���
D. D. BOURKE,
1316 CARIBOO STREET.
From Vancouver, Seattle and
From Winnipeg and    Nicola.
19:20-
Mlsslon.
22:50-
(No. 1).    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To.. Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96).
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
Clearance Sale
 OF   	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The tiHlte House 617 Columbia Street     i
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster,
GILLEY, Phone 29V
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E,        ^^^^^^
Phones', Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN    TILE,    CRUSHED   ROW.
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN    8AND,    PRESSED    BRICK
FIRE BRICK.
Sheep Commission
Messrs. W. A. Dryden nnd W. P,
Rich,   the   Commissioners   appointed
  . ,by  tho Hon. Sidney  Fisher, Minister
Young i of Agriculture, to undertake an In-
"* vestlgation of the Sheep Industry
with a view to its encouragement and
development, wlll hold meetings ln
British Columbia as follows: Kamloops City Hall, Monday, April 3rd,
at 2 j.. m.; New Westminster City
Hall, Tuesday, April 4th, at 2:110
p. m.; Victoria City Hall, Thursday,
April (Uh, at 2 p. m.
All persons Interested in the Sheep
Industry are cordially Invited to attend.
u       Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phono IU.     Barn 'Pione Hi
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   ;���
any part of tlie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DKPOT.
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* STORE, BANK
AND   OFFICE
SHOW CASES
STORE,_BANK pj J JJ^QS
ARTISTIC MANTEL8���8TAIR  RAIL
ING8���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
\   Westminster Woodworking Co.
%   WBBFf_\   T^g**���-1   BROOKES, Proprietor
j    WORK8���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne.
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PHONE 473   J
i    WORKS���corner  Eievemn ana berime. ^
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Jewelry I
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... ���
Chamberlin's
TMC
Official C. P. Wy Time Inspector
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���*��� THURSDAY,  MARCH  30, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
mr
PAGE TURKS
CHIME TO POSSESS OPIATES JEN CENTS A DAY
EXCEPT IN RARE CASES!
ENOUGH fOR FOOD
Bill to Restrict the Use of Dangerous
Drugs  Is  Made  More  Drastic
by  the   Senate.
Ottawa,   March   2!).���In   the  senate
today the government bill to prohibit
EXPENDITURE OF ONE DIME SUFFICIENT, SAYS HARVARD PROFESSOR WHO NAMES THE
BILL OF FARE.
ALL WILL BE PAID IN FULL.     i of Burnaby in open Council assemble I one  hundred  and  seventy-two   (172),/of Burnaby wlll be taken on the abova
*' " ������ 'as follows, namely:' group one (1), New Westminster dis-1mentioned by-law at the    time   anf
One Hundred Cents on Dollar for the      1.   It shall be lawful for the Reeve trlct. place above mentioned, and that 4     .
Creditor* ef Bank. j and Clerk of the Council, for the pur-      And whereas bv Section 14 of the!Moore has been eppolnted retu'/ *
St. John, N. B., March 2!).���The de-  P��se aforesaid, to borrow or raise bv sr.id "Public Schools Act, 1905," aa re-1 officer t0 tnke the vote of such eiec
positors and creditors of    the failed   way of loan    from    any    person    or enacted by Section
St. Stephen bank will be paid   in full,   body, or  bodies  corporate,  who  may Schools Act,  1905,    Amendment  Act.,1
It.   B.   Kesson,   curator  of  the  bank,   he willing to advance the same upon 1906,"  where any  territory  has  been
who arrived from St. Stephen tonight,   the credit of the debentures  herein- included within    a municipal    school'
officially announced that the offer of  after mentioned a rum not exceeding district in accordance with Section 61
of the "Public itors- with tl,e usual powers in
' behalf.
that
certain parties, directors of the bank, eight thousand five hundred ($8600.00) (b) the provisions of that act respect-1
to advance an amount that    will    be dollars, and to cause the same to bo ing public schools in cities and rural,
sufficient to pay in full the claims of placed in the Royal Bank of Canada municipalities shall apply thereto, and I
the  depositors   and  creditors   of  the in the City of New Westminster    to such territory, for nil school purposes I
bank had been accepted. : the credit of the said Corporation for shall be deemed to be united to BUC0
A second division of 33% per cent, the purpose and    with    the    objects municipal school district, and all pro
within ten days' time and above set forth and to Issue any num- perty situated in such territory, shall
on or before the first day ber  of  debentures   of  the  said   Cor- be  liable  to  assessments  for   school
By order of the Council.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
A. G. MOORE, Acting Clerk.
the improper use of opium and other!     1!os,��"' March 29.���Ten cents daily   *"1,lj<; paId withil\ l.n dil-vs' l,|me *ud ��bovep8e^ f��rt��' and to Issue any num-  perty situated in such territory, shall
,,..,. ,.    will provide adequate nourishment fori   ie.lance " "	
drugs  was put  through  tho  commit-  the average man of  165 poundsI   ac \ot May ne5  ���	
teq  stage,   with   the   addition   of    an  cordlng to ProfeBSOr L.'J. Henderson^   .ec'eive, any  ?,lir|,hls  that  may  resuk ^hundred  ($8500.00) dollars "to the   The same extent as if the s;.me were
drugs  was  put  through  the  commit-  tht. a f of May next.    The shareholders will  potation to the sum of eight thousand   purposes in the same manner and to
**��/!      liU.VI- With       thf��      111   I lull       nf nn _    i . _ . * �� w    i   rana   un      ar**>r      L-nri.    i...      llmt       ���.,,��      ....... 1 .        f\\r*Ta     V, 11 n /) i-,.,l      / 9 0 C ftrt   AM v       j     .. . . r ...
amendment, proposed by Sir Richard of i,!lrva,.di an authorily on d,etetlCB
Cartwright, enlarg ng the scope of the Follr and one.lm|f y_ �� 0,��letlt*
bill so as to make it a criminal offence day l8 enough  8al(,' ProfeSBOr jg*^
,o have not only opium, cocaine  mor- son> and  70 cent     .
phlne or ucalne, but also any salts or t)e plaln wut��r
compounds thereof   or to import, ex-      ..Since food re   ,      h
port  or  deal  in  these  drugs,  except body," he says, "the process is merely
under  strict  conditions   guaranteeing that of pairing like with like.    B->
that they shall  be for    medical    or 8lde8 water and     ,    w ��-
scientific purposes only. cost nothlne   we      ' t    ,.' ,'i Th!
Senator  Wilson  thought  that    the R wTSeZHo^Kga^
bill was too severe and that crimes pbsUnceg,     the     fats    the
were  being  unreasonably    multiplied
In the statutes. If parliament wanted
to suppress a real evil, It might
direct its energies towards checking
the drinking habit instead of attempting to arbitrarily restrain people from
relieving pain by the use of an opiate
which might ln some cases be necessary.
Sir Richard Cartwright pointed out
that the bill provided that the possession or use of these drugs was not.
a criminal offence if it could be
shown that there was a lawful or rea
sonable excuse therefor.
Senator McMillan gave notice that
on the third reading of tbe bill he
would move an amendment amplifying
clauses four and five so as to make
the penalty apply to any person who
takes Internally any extracts, derivatives or preparations of opium,
and to exempt the use of these drugs
as a home remedy ln the case of emergencies or for use in treating cattle,
providing that In the latter case the
prescription of a veterinary surgeon
was secured.
from the realization of the assets of whole In accordance with the 'Muni included in the limits of the incorpor-
the bank. The present arrangement cipal Clauses Act," in sums as may ated cltv, town or rural municipality,
obviates the necessity of a cull upon   be required, but not less    than    five  and in this bv-law the word
CNADIAH
IFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
0. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO  VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
the shareholders    for    their  liability   hundred  ($500.00) dollars each,"or'an  cfpallTy"'". hall' b"e" conatnie'd* andTp- nLl�� p: m" "."���������   "  D*Ur
that otherwise must have been made   equivalent expressed in pounds sterl-  ply accordingly
immediately,   . , ing of the United Kingdom of   Great I    And whereas'it will be necessary to
NOT ON   HOSPITAL GROUNDS       i/X" �����!.  lrela"d    at a vaIue    of! raise annually by special rate tbe sum
NOT ON   HOSPITAL GROUNDS.    ! $4.86% to the pound sterling, as may | of   eight   hundred    dollars    ($800.00)
j be required, the said debentures to bo' principal and the sum of three thous-
SS.   Iroquois   Sunday   nights   aad
Tuesday morninga.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO  UNION AND COMOX.
earbo
hydrates and the proteines.                        ...       ..  ,  f         .        ,    ,            . -���.   - �� ....
"In view of the high cost of living  0rli" ������Bpltal for tuberculosis on the centum per annum, payable half-year
It ls interesting to observe how cheap ! e*ner"     'T',        , ".""""m   "   ^ ly 0R \he    .     da>' of                 and the
'y these substances may be obu ned.  T,      >   ��rltlc zed, >��' ,#�� f,0ut .   day of                  respectively, m
of twenty-four local doctors only three each and every year during the cur
favor erecting  the  building    in    the rency of the said debentures or anv
central  portion  of the    city.    About of tliem.
$20,000  has  been  subscribed  for  the
...       , , ,,       9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
and four hundred and twenty dollars,TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
Kingston Citizens Object to Erection   sealed with the corporate seal and t'l
of Tuberculosa Institution. ; by signed by the Reeve and Clerk      ��� ($342000) interest  making together a! n      "���"*." i'Z'.'."'," ""*""
Kingston,  Marcli 29,-The proposal      2.    The  debentures   shall   bear  In- total     amount     annual    rt     ?o^^ft^uEME^HXRL^A|1l���^M
!��,r,l��!,S��S ��������������� *H Per| thousand two hundred and twenty do.- 2?00 CHARLOTTE  l8LANDS-
lars    ($4220.00) for the   term of forty
(40)  years for the repayment of the
A pound of sugar costing 5Vfc cents
will furnish almost enough carbo-hydrate for a day. Two pounds of cracked wheat at five cents a pound will
furnish eighteen ounces of cargo-by-
drates and three ounces of proteine.
Of course I do not say one should obtain his food elements entirely in
such forms, but It is plain that to get
simply food substances needed a man
might pay only about ten cents a day
for food."
3. The said debentures as to prin-
Institution by the citizens, and the cipal and interest shall be payable a-
city council and the Outaiio govern ' any branch of the Royal Bank of Can-
ment have yet to give grants. ...
said loan and Interest thereon as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas the net value of the
whole rateable land In the said municipality  (Including    district    lot   one
CHARLOTTE  ISLANDS.
p. m	
Two trips per month, dates to   be
ndvertlsed as far in advance aa possible.
TO  HARDY   BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 am Every Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK..
SS. Beaver.
hundred and seventy-two (172) as be-,8 a.m Monday. Wednesday. Friday
GRAY HAIR TALKS
HA1H   INDEX   OF   AGE.
LOOK OLD.
DON'T
Special Hat Delivery.
Berlin, March 29.���Ladles' hats
have always been a source of announce to the postal authorities, who
tind that the gigantic, yet fragile,
cardboard boxes, in which the fashionable headgear is packed, shake down
badly with other parrels conveyed by
post, their size and number making ,t
difficult to stow them away with
proper care. Of recent years, the
Dresden post office lias been called
upon to handle an ever increasing
number of these cardboard boxes. At
last the problem has been solved,
however, by the postal secretary,
Herr Kratke, who has constructed a
special type of light van, covered with
brown sail cloth, which occupies itself exclusively with the collection
and delivery of hats. Although fe*-
Herman ministers have been the suo-
ject of more general attack than the
postal secretary, lie has at least en-1
listed on his behalf the sympathies of
the fair sex by so adapting bis depart
ment to the caprices of fashion.
How often one hears the expression, "She ls gray and is beginning to look old." It is true that
gray hair usually denotes age and is
always associated with age. You
never hear one referred to as having
gray hair and looking young.
The hair is generally the index of
age. If your hair is gray, you can't
blame your friends for referring to
you as looking old. You can't retain
a youthful appearance if you allow
your hair to grow gray. Many persons of middle age jeopardize their
future simply by allowing the gray
hairs to become manifest. There Is
no necessity for this. If your hair
has become faded or gray, try Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, the
preparation which a chemist by the
name of Wyeth devised a few years
ago. It is simple, inexpensive and
practical, and will banish the gray-
hairs in a few days. It is also guaranteed to remove dandruff and promote the growth of the hair.
It is a pleasant dressing for the
hair, and after using it a few days
itching and dryness of the scalp entirely disappear.
This preparation Is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle and is
recommended and sold by
ALL  DRUGGISTS
CORPORATION   OF  THE   DISTRICT
OF   BURNABY.
By-law No.
A By-law to enable the Corporation of
fore recited) according to the last revised assessment 10 1, amounts to ten
million four hundieJ and eighty-six
thousand eight hundred and ninety-
five dollars ($10,480,895.00).
And whereas to provide for the pay
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m....Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
ada in Canada or their agents ln the
City of Loudon. England, and as to
principal the debentures shall bj
made payable at tbe end of forty Mu)
years at  the  farthest  from' the day
Ir^fl*  fenti?ned for ��Ws by-law ment of the interest and the creation
���ittlnht,. ,1. and,8ha11 hav* coupons  0f a sinking fund for the payment of
the District of Burnaby to raise by   Interwt Wment of the principal sum of seventy-six thous-
way of Loan the sum of $8500.00      4    There sh-.n ho *-,i*^     * ,    ,      and dollals    (176,000.00)    lt will    be
for School  Purposes ann'n,i.v  hv i . , S d and levied  necessary to levy a    special    annual
P   "��� "nnuall>   ,,y ��W>W rate sufficient  rate  sufficient to  raise  the sum    of
twenty
to   be
 hole of
P.ih    ��inkin* fund  ��U/??8e   ��f forminS    *  the   rateable   land   comarlsed   within 1214 Sixth Street.
lub-   Mnkm,  n,_d  f()r ,h.   payment  of th.. Hpality.    Be  it therefor en-|NEW WESTMINSTER
tbe  Reeve  and  Council   jf
re-enacted by Section 32 of the
190.,   have caused to be prepared and  hundred and  sixty   ($3(10.00)    dollar
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paper hangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Phone 567"..
B.C.
Gardiner & Gardiner
.    ,     , , -.er    rates    to    be
And   whereas  the said  estimate of   levied and collected in the said municipality   during
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Bres. ana Cenl.
N.  BKARDSLKE,
Mgr.     Yice-I'resident.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale Dealers in
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
such special or extraordinary expenses
amounts to the sum of $8000.Ou according to the statement following,
which sum together with the sum of
$600.00, estimated costs incidental to
this by-law and the raising of the proposed loan, amounts to the sum of
$85(10.00.
Barnet   School���
Sidewalk and outbuildings.? 150.00
Burnaby East���
Grading  and   fencing      1500.00
Burnaby West���
Grading  and  fencing        800.00
Duthie���
Well and pump      100.00
Hamilton  Road���
Well    and    pump    $100.00,
grading and draining $500..    000.00
Lake  View���
Grading      500.00
Armstrong  Avenue���
Clearing and  grading       1000.001 copy  of  the   proposed
Haley Avenue��� which   the   vote   of
Clearing and grading       G50.00
Securing site in    vicinity    of
Capital  Hill      2700.00
Costs Incidental to this by-law
and raising the loan      500.00
lhe   currencv   of  the
said debentures or any of -tliem.
5. This by-law shall take effect on
and  after  the dav  of
1911.
6. This by-law may be cited for all
purposes as the "Burnaby Municipality (School Board) Loan No 2
By-law, 1911."
Passed the first and second reading
by the Council on the 27th dav of
March,  1911.
Received the assent of the e'.ectors
at an election for tbe purpose on the
day of , 1911.
Reconsidered and finally adopted bv
the Council, signed by the Reeve an-
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminstor, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
pose aforesaid, to borrow or raise by
way of loan from any person or body,
or bodies corporate, wbo may be will-'
ing  to advance  the same  upon    the
credit  of  the  debentures  hereinafter
mentioned    a    sum    not    exceeding ���
seventy-six thousand   ($711,000.00)   dol-,
lars and to cause    the   same    to be |
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada
in  tlie  City  of  New  Westminster to
the credit of tlie said Corporation fori
the purpose    and    with    the    objects ESTABLISHED 1817.
above set forth and to issue any num- CAPITAL       *14,400,000 OO
i ber of debentures of the said Corp.ira-���
tlcn to the sum of seventy-six thous [RESERVE        11,000,000.00
and  ($70,000.00)  dollars In the whole
Bank of Montreal
Branches throughout    Canada    rn*
I Newfoundland,  anu   ln  l,ondon,  I
Clauses Act" in sums as may be re i land, New York, Chkago and 8pokane,
in  a. c-ordaii.-e  with    the    "Municipal; Newfoundland,  anu   ln  l,ondon.  Eng-
Clerk and sealed  with the Corporate!2UH*?' ^LnlJ68" \han flV�� hundred 1 U.S.A.. and  Mexico City.    A  general
,,,)ra,e  dollars  ($a00.00) each, or an euuival-!banking    business    transacted
seal  all  on  the
1911
day  of
ent  expressed In  pounds sterling    of j ters of Credit Issuen.   available
tbe United Kingdom of'Great Britain
and  Ireland at a value of $4.80 2-1! to
Let-
wltb
all    parts of   the
correspondents In
world.
Savings Bank DjFsrtment���Deposit*
Take notice that the above is a true ^ ,.olmd ste,Ung as ma, be re.,uired,,    _.....��� ...
���be   municitv.m'v tlle 8lliti debentures to be se.iled with j received  In  sums ot  $1  and upward.
i .i��   m"nu'I'""H the corporate Beal and to be signed by      ''	
,(.,,     .���   \,.ii    ii ,,    ,   .                 . ,    . the Reeve and Clerk.
am   LT-    -h          T TJ ?n����k -���    The debentures  shall  bear    In-1
a.m. until , o clock p.m., at the following polling places:
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal. Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New'Westminster
The Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural  Hall, Central Park.
Lake View School House.
Hamilton Road School House.
Mr. Herd's Office.
Duthie School  House.
Moore has been appointed returning
officer to take the vote of such electors, with the usual powers ln that
behalf. I
By order of the Council. '
J. W. WEART, Reeve. I
A. G. MOORE, Acting Clerk.
Total $8500.00
And whereas It is necessary to raise
the  mfeneys  required  to defray    the
above expenditure upon the credit ofj
the municipality.
And whereas under the powers
vested In the Council of Public Instruction under Section 6 (b) of the
said "Public Schools Act. 1903," as re-
enacted by Section 8 of the "Public
Schools Act, 1905, Amendment Act,
1906," the boundaries of the Municipal
School District of Burnaby have been
extended so as to include district lot
one hundred and seventy-two (172),
group one (1), New Westminster District.
And whereas by Section 14 of the
said "Public Schools Act, 1905," as
re-enacted by Section 12 of the "Public Schools Act.1905, Amendment Act,
1906," where any territory has been
Included within a Municipal School
District in accordance with Section t*
(b), the provisions of that Act respecting Public Schools in cities and rural
municipalities shall apply thereto,
and such territory for all scliool purposes, shall be deemed to be united
to such Municipal School "
all property situate in sue
shall  bo liable    to    assessment    for j "Public   Schools   Act,
terest at a rate not exceeding 4Vi ber
centum per annum payable half-yearly
on the day of and the
day of respectively in each
and every year during the currency of
the said debentures or any of them.
3.   Tbe said debentures as to prin
and interest alio we*, at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present r<tte).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Public notice is hereby given that  cipal and interest shall be payable at
the vote of the electors of the distric    a^ .Tr^-l^r thZt .��^.��i��� ,hJ
of Burnaby will be taken on the atfve  "f�� *s*1____*n0rJ^'t*!2S�� ^
mentioned   by-law   at   the   time   knd  C1,ty ��f ,Lo?_,on��� ?n?and' an.. f,"   ,to
���i.n�� ���h��... �����ntu����!i  -Jj .*. .  .  TT principal    fhe  debentures    shall    be
place above mentioned, and that A. G.  ��Rde payab,e at the en��� of torty (i0)
years at tbe farthest from the dav
hereinafter mentioned for this by-law
to take effect, and shall have coupons
attached to them for the payment of
Interest.
4.   There shall be raisecPand levied
annually by a special  rate sufficient!
CORPORATION  OF THE  DISTRICT therefor on all the rateable land with-
nc diibuirv iin the limits of the said municipality
OF  BURNABY. ^  ^  q(  e)ght    hundred      ($800.00)
n*, i.u, m�� dollars for the purpose of forming a
oy-iaw mo. sinking fund for the payment of the
ad   ,   ��� ...   ���ki- *k. n.M...��iAH ����� said debentures, and tbe sum of three
ABr,ar',t.0,er^,tthe-?.0?0ro".t!!,u. thousand   four  hundred    and   twenty
THE
the District of Burnaby to Raise by
way of Loan the sum of $76,000.00
for School  Purposes.
Whereas the Board��of School Trustees of Burnaby in pursuance of   the
o be united   powers  granted  to  them  by  Section, b    ,    , d   and  collected
District  and   42 of the "Public Schools Act, 1905,"[^JJ JSJgEt.  during the ,
ch territory.  a8   re-enacted   by   Section   32  of  the ����� "X�����     *    dphentures or ;
thousand four
($3420.00) dollars for the payment of
the Interest at tbe rate aforesaid to
become due on Bucb debentures during the currency thereof, the said special rate to be in addition to all other
"   ln
cur-
Garden  Tools
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 5 TINED.
GARDEN  SPADES. LONG  AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN  RAKES,  STEEL  AND  MALLABLE.
GARDEN   HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
i..,,r      AmoMH irency bf the said debentures or any
1905,     Amend-!        ' ,    t,)e event of there be|ng
school purposes In the same manner] ment Act  1906." have caused to    be." unexpendel balance of the $70,
and to the same extent as If the same; prepared  and  laid  before  the   Muni-  ���* _fter  purcj,aslng    the    seven
cipal  Council a  detailed  estimate of I      ' g      here(n reolted guch un.
tbe sums required to meet such spe-     ' ded baiance shall be used    for
cial or extraordinary expenses which  "J*"      DUrnoseB
may be legally Incurred by the board | *   by-law shall take effect on
And whereas tho said estimate of I ��            d     0,           19U.
such  special    or    extraordinary    ex- " - Th,8 b   ,aw mav be clted for at|
penses amounts to the sum of    $7r- -
wero Included ln the limits of the In
corporated city, town or rural municipality, and in this by-law the word
"municipality" shall be construed anJ
apply accordingly.
And whereas it will be necessary to
raise annually by    special    rate the
sum   of  eighty-five   ($85.00)    dollars; noo.00 according to the statement fol-
prlncipal and the sum of three hun-l ]0Wi���Pi which sum together with tin
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
red and sixty ($360.00) dollars Interest, making together a total amount
annually of four hundred and forty-
five ($445.00) dollars for the term
of forty (40) years for the repayment
of the said loan and Interest thereon
as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas the net value of the
whole rateable land In the said municipality (Including district lot one
hundred and seventy-two (172) as before recited), according to the last
revised assessment roll, amounts to
$10,486,895.00
And whereas to provide for the payment of the interest and the creation
cf a sinking fund for the payment of
tbe said principal sum of eight thousand five hundred ($8500.00) dollars lt
will be necessary to levy a special annual rate sufficient to raise the sum
of four hundred and forty-five ($445 00)
i dollars, the amount to be calculated
| annually on the whole of the rateable
purposes as the "Buinaby Municipality
(School Board) Loan No. 1 By-law,
1911."
Passed the first and second reading by the Council on the 27th day
of March, 1911.
Received the assent of the electors
at an election for the purpose on the
day of . 1911.
Reconsidered and finally adopted by
the Council, signed by the Reeve an.l
Clerk aad sealed with the Corporate
Seal all on the      day ot
1911.
Bankoflormto I
NEW BANKINGl        \
accounts: I
Many People who have I
never before been in a I
position to do so, may I
now be ready to open a L
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such peopte
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. ::
Business  Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 18S5
ASSETS  $48,000,000
J
land   comprised
cipality.
within   tbe   muni-
Be It therefore enacted by the Reevo
sum of $1000.00 estimated coBts    in
cldental to this by-law and the raising
of the proposed loan amounts to   the
sum of $76,000.00.
Purchase   and   clearing   of
site  for office  for  board,
construction of office and  ���
equipment of same  $ 5,000.00
Purchase of   seven    school
sites at an average cost of
$10,000.00  each     70,000.00
Costs incidental to this bylaw and raising the loan..   1,000.00
Take notice that the above Is a true
Total   $76,000.00'copy of the   proposed   by-law   upon
And whereas it Is necessary to raise which the vote of the municipality
the moneys required to defray the will be taken on Saturday, the 8th
above expenditure upon the credit r*" day of April, 1911, between 9 o clock
the municipality. ! �������- until 7 o'clock p.m., at the fol-
And whereas    under   the   powers lowing places:
vested in the Council of   Public   In-j    The Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural Hall, Central Park.
Lake View School House.
Hamilton Road School House.
Mr. Herd's Office.
Duthie School House.
Public notice Is hereby given that'
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
struction under Section 6 (b) of the
said "Public Schools Act, 1905," asv
re-enacted by Section 3 of the "Public
Schools Act, 1905, Amendment Act,
1906," the boundaries of the Municipal
School District of Burnaby have been
JSc^^Z^T*^ t0 tac,ude dl8trlct lot tue vote of the electorB * the dutrict
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New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYER*
Mom 1��>.    P. O. Bex $45.
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THURSDAY,   MARCH   30,   1911.
MAIN    HIGHWAYS.
There is  little  doubt   that   a  great
many  people   are   prejudiced   against
tbe automobile, and opposed to anything which can facilitate its advancement.    Perhaps this is not altogether
to be be wondered at.    To the driver
of horses and the users of roads the
.automobile is a source of danger and
anxiety,  whilst It also tends  to   destroy the roads by its disintegration
of the surface;  to the lover of peace
and quiet its noisiness is an  annoyance, though it must be admitted that
the great  improvements   whicli   have
been made in the gasoline engine of-
late have rendered this almost noise
less; to the lover of pure air and the
sweetness of the countryside, the automobile is repugnant because of the
very unpleasant odor emitted from its
��xhaust and tlie  dust it raises from
t.he road; to the nervous person it is
�� ver an object of terror and dread on
account   of   the    excessive    pace    at
which a machine is too often driven.
But if all these objections ar granted
and some of them are very real, there
set remains  the  fact  that the  auto-
mobile is exercising a good influence
in at  least one direction.    It has become quite a popular me ins of travel
and   is   today   largely   used   for   touring, as well as for ordinary runabout
and commercial purposes.    .Motor car
owners have become a power in the
land and among their demands is one
tor  better  roads  and  more  of  them.;
it is, of course, possible for an auto-1
mobil�� to progress ovef  roads of an
indifferent character, but under such
circumstances   travelling   is   not   altogether a  pleasure.    But  that   it   is
not   impossible   to   enjoy   long    runs,'
even in  the present condition of the I
roads,   is   proved   by   the   successful
journey  of  a  pany   from  tbis  city   to
JjOS Angeles early last summer. This
journey, a distance of over two thou-'
sand   miles,   was   accomplished   with-1
out any serious mishap. On the whole
-the highways traversed were found to
Jje good, but over a few sections progress was slow and difficult.
It is largely the result of the popularity  of  the automobile  tbat some
valuable   work   of   road   construction
and road improvement has been projected in this part of the  Dominion.
There is to be a great highway cut
through from this coast to the margin
**lS Albcita. whence it will be carried
through to the country of the   great
lakes.     Possibly   this   highway   will]
xeach  light  lo f:e Atlantic coast inl
the   neur   future,   thus   providing    a
Jine of travel from east to west. Such
a trunk road will afford splendid op-
j��rtunities  for delightful  experiences
in  travel,  not only  for  the  automo-
inilist, but also for the cyclist andi the !
.horseman.
A no less important  project is tha
���completion  of a great highway  from
here to the Mexican border, entering'
the Unite! States at Blaine.    We be-'
Jieve all the necessary arrangements;
liave  been   made   for  the  early  completion of this work on the Canadian
side,  whilst    several   of   the   states
through  which it will  run southward
have already  set -about  construction.
Thus at no distant time we sliall pos
sess two  line highways, one  running
east and  the otber south.    Later we
may  have  a  similar trunk  road running to the northern exteiniity. Apart
from  the  value  of these  main   hi. U-
ways   for   purely   pleasure   purposes,
they -will be of decided advantage to j
the    cities,    towns   and   settlements!
.through   which   they  pass,  as  means
for cheap and easy communication.     j
Circumstances in this country have,
caused a reversal of the usual order ������
sot things in relation to highways and',
railways.   Whereas ln the older coun-]
.Cries   the   highway,   being   necessary,
Cor   communication,  was   first   insti-1
.toted, bere the railway has been the1
prime means of intercommunication,
and has been the leading factor in the
settlement of the land.   But now main
highways, the need of whicli has long
been felt, are about to be established,
these will doubtless materially assist
in   the  further  development   of   the
.country.    	
"Ufl Agin, Back Agin
On Agin"--Borden
(Continued from Page One.) I
was signed by all Conservative members now in Ottawa with the exception of the Quebec Xationalist group,
headed by Mr. Monk, with the exception of Messrs.  Price and Forget.  M.
| P.s for Quebec  West and Charlevoix,
| respectively,   who   backed    by    other
I Quebec  Tory   capitalists   and   party
| managers,  hea led  the  present  insur
I icction,  and   with   the  exception   of
Messrs.   Northrup,   Owens,   Schaffner,
Barnard, Mlddlesboro, and possibly a
few other recalcitrants, who still declare themselves in favor of a cliuuge.
Yielding to the urgent request of i
j large majority  of  his  followers,  Bor-
iden has for the present consented to
withhold     bis    resignation    pending
some effort to again  secure at  leas:
I a semblance of harmony and united
i support.     The   insurrection  \is    rec*
ognized as premature, as no provision
was first made for his successor, and
I as a result Borden has now the whip
hand.    If he consents to continue as
1 leader it will be only because of his
j party loyalty and on the express stipulation that faction fights and bicker-
1 ing against him must cease;
It    was    semiofficially    announced
this afternoon that Mr. Borden had de
ckled to accede to the wish of a ma-
i jority of his followers, and 1ms abandoned any intention he may hare had
of  submitting  his  resignation  to  the
party.     Present   indications   are   that
I the small  Quebec faction who   were
determined  to   make  a  ehan_e  have
been routed and  retirel to cover.
"Sick  and  Tired."
To quote the words of Sir William
Van Home on the reciprocity issue.he
is "sick and tired ancl ashamed of it
all."   And  now  after sober reflection
that  is also the attitude of most of
his followers towards the insurgents.
The big hitch in carrying through the
cabal   began   in   Montreal  during   the
few   days,   following   the   collapse   of
the    anti-reciprocity    movement,    has
been the disclosure of the lack of any
satisfactory substitute for Borden.
McBride the   Moses?
Some  easterners  knowing  McBride
will pin their hopes on him.    Biit McBride  has   already  told   Borden   that
be  doesn't   want to  lead any  forlorn
hope at Ottawa,  and  prefers  present
opportunities in British Columbia.    It
may be that he is only waiting to bo
pressed,   but   there   is  no   sign    tbat I
a unanimous  invitation  will  be  tend-'
ered him to come and act as political i
Moses for the opposition wandering in
the wilderness here. Many saner
members of the party recognize that
there are strong objections to McBride, and tbey prefer to keep Borden
as a safer, more experienced and abler
party  head.
Hoblin and Rogers are also mentioned, but they are handicapped by
their political past, and are not persona grata to the best men of the
party.
Sifton has been suggested, but it is'
generally recognized that the Tory
party cannot now so soon take up
With blm. Though Borden has reconsidered for a day or so his decision to
resign the ultimate outcome of the
present row in the opposition rank
is still problematical. Meanwhile
Liberals sit habk and laugh.
LETHBRIDGE PLANS
LARGE   EXPENDITURE
FOR   PUBLIC   WORKS
Lethbrldge,    March    29.���To    keep
pace with its rapid growth Lethbridge
will this year expend  about   $625,000
on various public improvements.   The
I work  to be undertaken    consists    of
grading seven miles of    stieets,    the
construction of ten  miles of cement
sidewalks,   ten   miles  of   water  main
extensions,    two    and    three-quarter
' miles of storm sewer mains, one mile
or 127,000 square yards of street pav-
' ing,   with   5000   lineal   feet   of  street
I railway  track.    The outlet  for sewer
1 system number three, is also    to    be
.completed, and a modern sewage dis-
I osal plant installed.
At the end of the year, when this
program is completed, Lethbrldge will
have a total of twenty-two miles of
guided streets and boulevards, thirty-
three miles of cement sidewalks,
! thirty-five miles of water mains, and
thirty-three miles of sanitary sewer
mains. The completion of sewer system, number three, will furnish household drainage to an area covering
over four square miles of territory.
The cost of the various improvements to be carried out (luring 191,1 i.i
as follows: Street extensions, $5500;
street grading, $62,000; sewer main
extensions, $72,000; cement sidewalks.
$75,000; water main extensions, $1(10,-
i" u; storm sewers, $41,000: sewage
disposal, $70,000; street paving, $103,-
ooo; street railway tracks, .10,000.
parks, $88,700. By-laws empowering
the city to borrow the various sums
will be voted upon by the ratepayers
early in April.
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One Night,
Thursday,
April 5
9     i '.
Austria's Population.
Vienna, March 29.���Provisional census  returns   estimate   the   population
ot   Austria Pt  28,5<>7,S98, an   increass
ol 2.417,190 ln ten years.
MAX DILL
(of Kolb & Dill), and Company of
Forty People in
  City
A Big Musical Show
Prhes $i.50, $1.00,  75c.
Buy a Home-Site
While Prices Are Low
Thirty Large Lots
50 x 154
Corner Sixth St. and Tenth
Avenue, on City Tram Line
All cleared and in grass; part in
orchard. Wide streets all around
property.   Price���
to $750
each. Terms, 1-4 cash; balance
6,12 and 18 months.
EXCLUSIVELY BY
McQuarrie  Bros.
622 Columbia St., New Westminster .   <������'*>"        ���'     ��',   f'       a ,'r.    *\1*.'.      _'."
THURSDAY,   MARCH   30,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
5PORTING NEWS
,���������������������������������������������
���
Baseball   Meeting.
The  annual  meeting  of  the
Westminster  Baseball association  is  to  be held  this  even-
i
��� ������������������������������������
-piCKETERS   ELECT
OFFICERS FOR  SEASON
lay evening cricketing enthu-
Blasts  mustered  in  full  force  in   the
Lard room of Sheriff,  Kose and Co.,
tolumbls   street. Owing ..to    ihu
t ai   Moody square bein_ prac-
I engaged for the season, the
jslblllty  of many  matches at   Eng.
j'l national game are few in this
���   ��� already invitations have been
I
spring, although all but one bt the
regulars would again be on the job.
This means there will be some tall
hustling for positions on the team.
The only member of last year's twelve
who will be an absentee this year is
i Walter Atton, the goaler, who is in
New   York   City.     Harry   Holme?,   o!
IParkdale, has been signed up to ba
bis successor.
I     .Manager   Menary  is after  big  men.
I He has all the small players be wants
In Kails, Baiuett, Fitzgerald anud Snip
I Wright, and any recruil with size is
liable to get  the preference.    Ernie
| would not say whom be bad secured,
lie has tlieir names down on paper,
but will not divulge any Information
i for a week or so. He has not been
worrying about the contracts of the
regulars as the latter are the property
of the club.
The St. Catharines boys will    have
THINKS PROVIDENCE
EXPLODED THAT MP
Deacon   Broke   Sabbath   With Worthy
Motive,   But   Caught   It
Just   the   Same.
City Should
Own Gas Plant
(Continued from page one)
P :
red from sinilliar organizations: t0 live tn the city this season. The
mcouver, Spokane, Bellingham, i orr-i(*T lias alreadv been sent forth.
D and other centers. Applica- pete Burnett and family are here
r membership of the league in : noWi Pele having secured a nice job
Centialia, March 29.���Returning
(from church Sunday morning an.l
noticing that one of bis horses stumbled over a large stump that had
stood in the road near bis farm for a
long time, Deacon Frederick B. Owens determined to lose no time clearing it  away.
In attempting to blast it out he was,
nearly   bided   by   a   premature  explo-' nually   $J
sion  of a  cap.  and   would  have  hae
his hea 1 blown off while peeking in
by loan the sum of $96,000 for public
school purposes, according to the following estimte:
School   site    in   north    central
l>art  of  it.be  jetty $12,000
School building on above site.  40, I
School building at Sapperton..  10,000
School    building    at    Queens*
boro
Total
lt   will
::.	
.$95,000
be   necessary   tn   raise  an-
.75 for the payment  of interest,  making together  the sum  of
$6,117.26  for the term  of fifty years.
���ancouver   will   be   made  this   weeKIin the custom house.   Kails is in Ham.
Ind as all   the  officials   are players j uton, while Stagg and Fitzgerald are
i    for the . iand old game this gives
I of  being  tbe  banner  year.
bearers   are:      Hon.    presl-
|,.;-. G. D,  Brymner;  president. T. S.
lie;    vice   presidents,   Canon
I ami Ft. .1. Klckman; captain,
H   vidal;  vice captain, P. C. Lash-
secretary, Hev. A. G. Rae; treas-
��,.    p, w. Runacres; managing com-
,;���-...   \.  .Sheriff.  T.  II. .Jones,  G. J.
t K. Bin and S. A, Rose
match   committee,   c
captain and a third member, to
��� lected.
|TRIKE-OUT   RECORD
BELONGS   TO   WADDELL
Contrary   to     the     general     belief.
j .inhnson does nol    hold    the
j e-oul record of the American
C| ii True, he surpassed Waddell's
Lord of HOI strike-outs in 1903, but
hi facl was overlooked that in 1904
Y lollowed  up    his    wonderful
ace of the preceding year by
mil 313 men In forty-six
which he worked, an aver-
��� a: Ij eight whiff victims per
.
rear  Walter Johnson  caused
to   strike  out   in   forty-two
ml     this    performance    was
I: ��� ���������   advertised  as  the  best  major
erformance    Such  was    not
as  U'addeli's    1904    record
inslderably better. The mistake
to an overslgbt, as all tbo
��� inks    credited    Waddell    as
���he record at 301.    So  Rube
I    ���    still reigns supreme, although
I is a major leaguer has set.:
does  Rube hold  lhe season
| ��� record, but the fingle game:
with 16, Fred (Hade, when a
| of    the    St. Louis    Browns,
the  feat.
��� me thinks of the many ma -
I erformances of Waddell it
i seems a Bbame thai a man
^rth so much natural ability
I isn't Messed   witli  more  gray  mat-
questionable    If Waddell's
| ���   record  will  ever    be    sur
r ed, i ow that Johnson's great per
I mai ��� was for naught. Despite Irs
I Waddell never got real big
lone;     It  is doubtful if be ever re-
������I mure  than   $4600  for  his  ser-
still  in  the Garden City.
Dandeno, the sensational young centre man, is teaching school in Petro-
lea, but i.s through at Faster time,
after which he returns to Toronto.
Nick Carter, of Flora, has a good position at the city ball. He is in fair
shape now, as be has been leading a
simple life. Warwick has given up
the Idea of going west. His contract
(Kent! js jn t|ie hands of the manager right
illai".! now. Braden, Powers, Harshaw and
Wright are local residents.
Fred Morrison, who was one of the
stalwarts two seasons ago, but who
suffered from illness last year, will
be on hand again. He may land a
position at inside or outside home.
to the hole if be had placed the pow-lOn the. question of the high school es-
der charge inside  first. | timate and the raising of $75.oun. Al-
Tbe deacon's eyebrows were burned! derman Campbell said that no provi-
off and  his face was  badly  scorched.' sion had been made for a site, in the
Mr. Owens firmly believes the mis-1 total brought forward. It had been.
bap was a judgment of Providence vis-, lie i.-liderstood, Suggested "by the
Ited on him for breaking the Sab- trustees of the board thai the site at
hath, and the same view is taken at Tipperary would be used for this pur-
the meeting house, wheie he is a de-jpose.     The   mayor   said   ti.at    these
vout   attendant.
RESTORE   ARTIST'S   HOUSE.
Home of Rembrandt Is Being Restored
and Will Be Used as a Museum.
Amsterdam.   March   29.���The  lovers
of art will be pleased to bear that the
house   where   Kembiandt   lived   from
trustees had gone about the matter
in a strange manner. The unfortunate thing about It Is that whilst
those of the council knew that the
people did not want a high school at
Tipperary. tlie aldermen were powerless in the matter, as they had to act
on the instructions of those who had
tbe management of the schools.
Alderman   Dodd   moved   and   Alder
1639-1658 and where he    passed    the!
most  happy years of his married life '��� m;in Lynch seconded a motion "that I
with Saphia van  UHenburg. is being  a  pieblsite  be submitted  to the peo-1
restored    and    arranged    as a small j pie [D .\,(, words 'Are you in favor of
I Rembrandt museum.    Some time ago!a high school being built on the prop-,
a  certain   society  acquired  the  prop-' er*v known fts Tipperary.'"
OLDEST    DISTANCE    WALKER.
But  There   Is   Tragedy   in   This   Near
Centenarian's Feats.
Frank   Scbroin
ninety.nine,  said  to
be the oldest
the
erty under the direction of a famous
architect.
It   is a  well knov��n fact that  Rembrandt   had   a   great   passion   for   collecting, and the bouse at Amsterdam
during his life contained innumerable I
treasure.-,    the    walls    were covered. Occupant
j with pictures by    Garracci, Raphael,
! Michelangelo,     Novelara,     Brouwer,
' Hals. Lieveiis.    Porellis,    etc.    There
Alderman   Campbell   voted    against
the motion, which was carried.
SMUGGLERS' AIRSHIP FAILED.
ong distance walker in   are a
world, arrived at Fort
Kan., the other day after completing
12,000 miles by foot, from Memphis.
He is now travelling by rail to Austin,
Tex., to enter the Confederate home.
Schrom Is a veteran of the Mexican
and Civil wars. He was rendered
penniless by the Galvaston disaster
and became separated from his children. He walked Iroui Florida to San
Francisco, then Denver, Atlanta, New
Orleans and Memphis, searching for
his children, whom he now gives up
as lost.   He was formerly wealthy.
teat number of curious arm-,
Worth I prints by Lucas. Mantegna. Raphael.
Michelangelo, Tempesta, Titian.
Durer. Holbein. Van Dyck, Reubens.
Morevelt and Callot, an almost complete collection. One would bave
gladly seen the house restored as   it
Lies   in     Geneva   Hospital
with   Broken   Limbs.
Geneva. March 29.���The first at-1
tempt tO use the aeroplane for smug-!
gllng will likely result in the death of |
an Italian aviator, name 1 Smergolio.
He is in a Geneva hospital today with
both legs and bis collar bone broken.;
and suffering from exposure to thei
cold.
Smergolio came to grief yesterday j
was when Rembran It inhabited it. but   while flying over Mount Cenis witli a
that could not he. as it  was quite im-   cargo   of   dutiable    goods   whicli    he!
possible to obtain again the works of  was  attempting    to    bring  In    from!
art  which it once contained, and thus j Italy.
it is now arranged as a small museum,
where chiefly etchings and drawings,
about seventy in all. by the greal
painter, will be on  view.
LASSOED   BARRISTER.
INJURED  A  GREAT  SPORT.
August   Belmont   Says   the   Reformers
Have Gone Too  Far.
i Woman.  When   Sentence   Was  Given,
Nearly Strangled  Lawyer.
Paris.   March   29.���After  a  sentence
| of twenty years' haul labor had been
paased on an elderly widow for the|
murder of
Association Football.
London. March 29.���Two games
were played today in association football leagues. Tbey resulted as follows: Second League���Blackpool 2.
Leicester Fosse 0; Southern league-
West   Ham  1'nitel  0, Portsmouth 0.
N'ew York, March 29.���Commenting: paBsed on an elderly widow for tin.
on the announcement that none of the murder of a relative, an unprecedent-1
Jockey Club race tracks will open this   ed scene was witnessed in the Mont-1
year because of the law which makes  brison assize court.    Tlie woman bai   \;}
owners  and   directors  responsible  for   no sooner  heard  the  words thin sli
betting.  August   Belmont, chairman
the Jockey club, said today:
'While, of course, it  is not  in pos-  direction   of  the  barrister  acting  for
Bible that  we will  have racing again'the family of the murdered man. that
in this state, the only way  in which   the noose encircled his neck, and as
ii   may  be  brought  about  is through'she tightened it he was pulled to the
. and quite a few pitchers lacking   rational legislation. floor.    Had    not    several of his    col
leagues and the gendarmes fn the hall
FOR SALE
auction at   Market  on Friday  first.
or   no  sooner   neaiu   uie   wu,uu   ......   ������������ #
of  drew a lasso out of her    dress    Utl (inA    A nfnTYirmi lO    Tn
| flung it with such unerring aim in the  WI1C  I\ U LU1I1UU1 It?    Ill
good condition.
pe ability and-drawing power of Wad-1    "In trying to   destroy    the   book-
ave received more than tbat.
Denary after big players.
makers, in which they had justifiable support, the reformers have
gone too far. and have injured a great
industry and popular sport.
Jcxnto Lacrosse Manager Will Re-' "Those wbo are responsible for this
place All  His Little  Men. '* situation   gained   the   confidence   and
r -nut".  March  20.���Ernie  Menary,; support   of   many   by   a   disavowal   of
lhe  Toronto   Lacrosse  club,  is  ill-1 hostility  to  racing  itself and  an    ex-
' owing all the earmarks of a! pression of admiration for the horse.
fc;,; mani   . ��� I I  am  now    convinced    that     it    was
[In an interview, be announced that   hypocrisy, and that they have accompli recruits  would be tried out  this  lished what they sought."
hastened to the rescue, the unfortunate man would have been strangled
outright. As for the excited und too
skillful widow, a tremendous struggle
ensued before she could be mastered.
Naughtiness a  Disease.
London. March 29.���Writing to Thi
Times recently on the subject of stilki
ness  a  correspondent   refers   to    the
possibility  of treating children  medically for naughtiness.
Joseph Travers
AUCTIONEER.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
TORONTO
The Style Subject
The value of good style in the clothes you select cannot be overestimated.
Tc give clothes that certain touch of correctness which you are desirous o'
seeing in your garments, is distinctly a question of ability on tha part of
the maker of the clothes.. The quality is largely a matter of honesty.
We believe you will get what you pay for, In the matter of fabrics and
linings, if you buy clothes of a reliable make, but if you want style combined with quality, it is a question of ability, not honesty. The 20th Century Brand tailors have the ab.llty-hence the style you always find In
these  bench-tailored  garments.
M. J. PHILLIPS, The WaHrobe Odder
571 Columbia street, New Westminster
PAOB ITTO
A Good Buy '
In Sapperton
MODERN six-room cottage on l��t 40x100 feet; one minute walk to car.
Price $1,800.00
""      ""**    Small cash payment:  balance $20 per month.
Improved property, 8 p. c.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. M. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St.. New Westminster,  B. C. Phones 646, 663.
A Genuine Snap
7-Roomed House on Henley St.,
near Eighth avenue; foundation,
and modern in every particular,
$2,850; $400 cash, balance as rent
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
I
i
For Bargains   I
in Houses and
City Lots
KENNEDY BROS*, Ltd.
Over Merchants Hank Building corner Columbia and  Begbie streets,
*   New Westminster, B. C.   Plione 335.
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
'*   Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLES, BASH.   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH   BOXES     LARGE     8TOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY QLASS.
Hoyal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 N��vv Westminster Box   13'
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at Uie Nursery. South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now i�� the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
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!! *$$*Vi Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
Ryall's Drug Store
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, MARCH
GO
TO
PA
The initial issue of the stock of The Imperial
Car, Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation, Limited,
placed on the market at $50 per share has been
sold and no further allotments will be made at
less than the par value of   ^
One Hundred Dollars
Per Share
i
fi
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER PHONES 485 AND 1259
ataap tBBBBm tammm ������a am a a��� i n -^i^-"-������?^
Application Form
Please allot mo  shares of the IMPERIAL   ^
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED ��
amount of shares asked for, and a. ree to pay balance   In  two
quarter-yearly  payments,   with Interest at 7 per cent, per iinn"'   ^
price of *100 per share, for which I enclose .'13���*** per cent, (if
NAME	
ADDRESS 	
OCCUPATION 	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding an
dock Corporation, Limited.
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i'URSDAY; MARCH 30, 1911.
THE DAiLY NEWS.
1��A(JB SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land District.
Vrict of New Westminster.
Dis-
tri
lAKE
NOTICK     that     Margaret
liews, of San Jose, occupa-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  N'OTICE  that  Molly   McCla
rey, of  Vancouver, occupation millin-
el Matt news. n^lg "t^**appiy' for" per-J er, intends to apply for permission to
Widow, "" Uie following de-1 purchase     tlie     following    described
11      ,.�����m��nMni! at a Dostl lands:    Commencing at a post planted
on the Pemherton Trail, 2Va miles
north of Green Lake, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
soutli 80 cliains, tlience west 80 chains
to point of commencement, heing the
southwest corner post, containing G4'J
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 1911.
felon to
bed lands;
���Med on the
Commencing at a post
west side of the Clieak-
one  mile   north   of
.�����   thence  west   40  chains,
'...I.  160 chains, thence east
*��,]       hence  south   160   chains
I'"11"" ..   ..,...m���a river to point of
the
CheakamuB      ^^
n(.0I���ent,  being  southwest cor-
���""rt Of lot applied for, containing
V,,0re "wSlAM LEWIS,
I .ntfor Margaret Ethel Matthews.
Kan- 20- 1911'
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westmi
nster Land District.   Dis-
t of New Westminster.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Georgina   A.
����<=ow ��  Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
tr.'CvnTirK that Kate'corey, of j stenographer, Intends to apply for per-
AKK N�� nSupation    saleswoman,  mission to purchase the following de-
ocLLii'i �� I Borfbed lands:    Commencing at a post
planted at tho southwest coiner of
lot 2105 and thence north 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, tlience east 40 cbalns to
point of commencement, being south
���pcouver,
to apply f��r permission to pur
following described   lands:
at a post planted at the
on Summit Lake,
west	
inB. tbence
lend!
l he
tmmcnclng
",;.,,, of lot 107   	
40 chains,  thence  south
east 40   chains   to, ^ mrnw ()08t of  ,ot appUed   foe>
I containing lfiO acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
thence east 80 chains, tbence south 80
chains, tbence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres
more or leas.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February "l7, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2% miles south of T. L.
lot 1308 and one mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 cliains,
thence soutli 80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
hence nortli along
lro niiu of'commencement, being
���ast corner post of lot ap
ontainlng 320 acres more or
WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
20, 1911- 	
. to p<
north*
J for
isigned)
[felTiiary
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Di3-
AND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
Dii
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel    S.
AUBB, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
intends   to  apply   for  permission    to
purchase     the     following    described
Dis-
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands
CLEAN-UP   C08T   $30,000.
City's    Streets    in Good    Condition���
Average of 400 Men Employed.
Winnipeg,   March     20.���Winnipeg's
annual   spring cleanup, so far as the
Commencing at a post planted about j clty corporation is concerned, will be
three    miles    northwest    of    Haslam j practically
WOMAN SEEKS HANDBAG
CONTAINING DAD'S ASHES
, northwest   of j	
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D.  O'HARA,  Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
WATER    NOTICE.
baa
.">, tlience east 20 chains, thence
h   .'���|i    chains,    thence    west    60
B, thence north 10 chains, tlience
10 chains, thence north 40 chains
poinl "f commencement, being the
rtbwesl  corner post of lot applied
ontainlng 140 acres more or less.
WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Reginald   Fitzgerald    Sar-
ommencement,   and   containing
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. ACSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17, 1911,
LAND ACT NOTICE.
(Signed i
Dis-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Di;
lev,
Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
AKK NOTICE that Mary  Augusta
flge, of Vancouver, occupation ma:'
i woman, intends to apply for pe:-
-i n to purchase the following de
|     I lands^^^^^_
td (in the   Pembertn
rth   of   Green    Lake
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE N'OTICE that I.   William   J
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to   purchase  the   following  described
lands:    Commencing at a post planted
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
on  the east shore of  Lake    Haslam,
thence east So chains, thence north 8j! ster
cliains. ihence west 80 chains, tlience  "
south 80 chains to the point of corn-
Commencing at apost! mencement, and containing 040 acres
n Trail   4^1 more or less
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Vernon V
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 cliains to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more
or less.
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described, lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 ehains, tlience south
80 chains, ihence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing C40
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1!)09," to obtain a license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) The name of Company in full���
The Glen Rose Canning Company Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 1450 shares
are issued and paid up.
lb) The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
Is)���Unnamed stream on Lot 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
(lowing into Fraser river.
(c) The point of diversion���Is about
200 feet from its mouth at the Fraser river on said Lot 17.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(f) The premises on which th'i
water is to be used {describe same)���
Cannery ancl buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
I j) Area of Crown land intended tn
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This notice waa posted on the
15th day of February, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911
finished tonight. Street
Commissioner Tallman stated this
morning that the work has been accomplished under unusually favorable
circumstances, and that tlie total cost
will be much less than had at first
been    estimated.      Until    today,    an
j average of ahout 400
j employed with twenty teams. With
the assistance of Old Sol and soft
winds, the snow has been removed
from all the principal streets, drains
have been opened up to allow the surface water running off and lanes have
been cleaned up in the central parts
of the city.
The total cost is estimated to be
under $30,000, including the eost of
work on snow during the winter
months, a figure that will compare
favorably with what eastern cities
have had to spend on like work.
Station Agent Nonplussed When Loser
Told   Him   Missing Article Contained   Her  Father's  Body.
AUCTION SALE OF  DOMINION
LANDS.
Public notice is hereby given that
there will be offered for sale by public auction in Pender Hall, 804 Pender
street west, in the city of Vancouver,
on Thursday, April. 6, 1911, at 2:30
p. m., about two- hundred summer residence lots, the property of the government of the Dominion of Canada.
These lots are located at Woodhaven,
a subdivision of Dominion government
lands located on Bedwell Bay, an the
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, British
Columbia. Their accessibility to Vancouver, their location on salt water,
and the grandeur of the scenery if the
North Arm make these lots attractive
for summer residence purposes.
Terms   of   Payment.
One quarter in cash at the time of
sale, and balance in three equal annual instalments with interest oa unpaid balance at the rate of 5 per cent
per annum. The lots will be offered
subject to a certain upset price in
Upon a parcel of lan.t be-
Newburg. N. Y., Marcli 29.���A
woman gowned in deep mourning en-
men have been \ tered the West Shore station herj
last night and enquired of J. J. Bradley, the ticket agent, if anone had
turned in a handbag found there. She
was not excited, and the ticket agent
Inferred from her manner that the
bag did not contain anything ot
value.
"Did you drop your bag?" he asked.
"Yes; I think I must have dropped
it here, for I had it in my hand on
alighting from the train a half hour
ago."
"Will you tell me what was in lt  '
"There were some papers, two $10
bills and my father's body."
Mr. Bradley thought the woman
might have escaped from the Matteawan state hospital.
"I beg your pardon, but I did not
quiet  understand."
"Some paper, two $10 bills and my
father's body," she repeated.
The agent was perplexed. After
doing a lot of wondering, he ventured:
"How could you get your father's
body in a handbag?" A slight smile
came over the woman's face:
"Of course, you could not understand," she said. "My father's body
was cremated and I had his ashes in
a  package  in  my purse."
"No, nothing like that has been
turned in here," said the agent with
a sigh of relief.
(1)    Give the names-and   addresses,! t      knocke(1 down "the purchaser shall
  of���any *******.iProprletoraoirlteen8ee8 ��_utfimttly deposit the sum   of fifty
DIS   !'"?f���'h��f6lUnd8are, hkeV��    H*"   dollars with the clerk of sale,   other-
uib-| fected by the proposed works, either
Sealed Tenders
undersigned, ami
of  the
associa-
!.
^  tlience
!rest 80 chains, thence south So chains.
��� i cast 80 chains, thence north
0 chains to point of commencement,
eiru northeast corner post of lot ap-
lied for
WILLIAM J. DICK.
By D. O'Hara, Age.it.
Dated February  17,  1911.
containing Olo acres more or
LAND ACT NOTICE.
I
Dis-
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND
X KICT District   of   New West mra- above or below the outlet���None
15   ('.--Take notice that I, C. O.j     Attach  copy  of  such  parts
Svedmark   ^f   Tulameen,   occupation; Company's   memorandum   of
mill  owner   intends to apply  for per-! tion as authorize tho proposed applica
miss'on to purchase the following de-! tion and works,
scribed lands: The   Glen    Rose
Commencing at a post planted about.I     Limited
three  miles  distant, and in  a   north-
westerlv direction from Haslam Lake,
thence  east  80  chains,  thence  south
chains,   thence    west    SO    chains,
Canning    Company
(Signature)    J. M
(P. O. AddresB)
McDonald,
Manager
N'ew Westminster
lolsned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
at for Mary Augusta Bridge.
!      iary 20, 1911.
for!     February 17rh, It'll.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
WESTMINSTER LAND DI3-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
1     TAKK  NOTICE  that  1, C.  A. Crya-
dale. of  Vancouver, occupation insurance  manager,   intends   to   apply
permission to purchase the following;������
          described  lands:     Commencing at    a   N'FWi	
e.v Westminster Land District.   Dis-] post planted about half mile north of      TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-
trict of New Westminster. j T. L. lot 1971'. and two miles west of   ster. B.C.���Take notice that I. Herman
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maui f Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains, j Thorsen, of Vancouver, occupation
Uggan, of Vancouver, occupation; thence south 80 chains, thence east 80; marine engineer, intends to apply for
Idow intends to applv for permls-1 cliains. thence north 80 chains to the J permission' to purchase the following
lon  t'o   purchase  the   'following    de-1 point of commencement, and contain-' ^^^^
���. . ��� *v>nt i ing 04o acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRY8DALB,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
addressed   to   the
endorsed     "Tender
for Examining Warehouse, Vancouver,
wise the parcel will at once be put- up I B.  C."   will  be received    until    4:00
agate.      For   this   purpose   intending  P-m-  on  Monday.  April  24,  1911,  for
purchasers should provide themselves I the    construction    ot    an    examining
with   marked   cheques    on    chartered' warehouse;  Vancouver, B   C
banks of Canada, made to their own!     Plans.. *pecihcation  and    form    ot
ord*r and payable at par   at Vancou-  contract  can  b�� seen  and  forms    of
ver   or with bank notes of as Uoae a| tender obtained at the offices ot Mr.
\    '     ���   ���,,������   ������   ���_,oaihle     The   bai-1 J-  E. Cyr.. superintendent    of    public
.SrSSTJSh PinSS8tlalmentTmV it I buildings ��r    Manitoba.    Post Office
:�� �� ffttSfS "" -ditori,  B.C.. at the Post Office, Va,
couver, and at this Department.
that
Copy of part of Company'*meraorau.         __   	
wiredrawn  from   sale.     Cheques- will
���,r,,npncement    ana   containing   ��>���.�� i     r.-i    to   recora,   divert,   take   and I   ^ be. takpn in payment unless mark- \     Persons tendering are notified
D. O'HARA, Agent. ~" '
nilo
}rern
for
to  purchase  the    following
krribed lands:    Commencing at a post
Kanted on the Pemberton   Trail  Hj
in a northerly  direction   from,
Lake, thence north  80 chains ,
pence east 40 chains, thence south 80
Ibbalns, ihence  west 40  chains to   a
point ol .ommencement. being south
west corner post of lot apftUed   for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
Hop-
mar-
|lNew Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A.
kins,  ol   Vancouver,  occupation
ricd woman, Intends to apply'tm per
mission   to   purchase    the    following)
lands:    Commencing at a post plant
���ed on the west side of Green   River
:and four chains north of Green U ike.
then,,,  west  80  chains,  thence nort
SO  chains,   thence    east    80    Chain*
thenae south 80 chains   toi point   w
.enmr.i-ncemcnt. being  southwest  cor
ner posi ot lot applied for, coiiul��m_
\" ;i its more or less. ,,,,.,-.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agent for Maud A. Ilopkln*.
February 20, 191L
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A.
Bodle, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about Hfe miles north of T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, tbence east 80
chains, Uience south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A.  HOD1E.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17, 1911.
described lands: 	
Commencing aS a post planted about
two and one-half miles soutli of T. L.
lot 1.108, and one- mile east of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 cbalns, thence
south 80 chains, alienee west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or Tens.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th. MM.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT��� DlMnbC  of   New Westminster, B. C���TsKe notice that I. A. L.
Belyea, of Vancoujrer, occupation  so-
MiMh tn, mooly   for  pern"'"
de-
licttor,  intend^: to apply  for permls-
^^^^^^^^^^���t**\\\\\\\W^������_���\
the   following
LAND "ACT NOTICE.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF^ LAND.
^       7pamphlet describing this property. | and sigaei w*Si their    actual    slgna-
"*��� Und  a   man  showing   the   subdivision! tures.   stating   their   occupations   and
- 'r be Tad onApplication to the sec I places of resftlence.    In the case    of
'       Department of the Interior. Ot-! firms, die actual signature   the nature
w   m     Ingram     Inspeccw   of | of  the  occupation and  place of  residence of eacfr member    of   the   firm
must he given.
Each tender must be accompanied
is* Columbia, for the use of their bu
iiBHB. and for that purpose   to   erect
luiiTd,  lay  and  maintain   d&ms. aquc- . ���._,
dhcts, flumes, or other conduit pipes j      ���
and'   to sell    or otherwise dispose of j ..^.j,"   ��b    y     Ingram
the 3t��me. _ I SWiool   Lands,  Winnipeg, or   to   thei dence of eacfr member
j Agents of Dominion  Lands   at   New
C, Kamloops
lm the Supreme Court
Columbia..
aj British
Dis-
sion  to  purchase
lamifi:    ^b^s^|^|^^^^k^_
Commencing at a post planted aboue
1%     miles-    north,    of    T.    L.    lot
1976 and twemiltes west ot   Haslam
I,ake, thence east 80 chains, thence, ^^, ��_	
north 80 ���ziiuint*. thence west 80(east half of .he northwest quarter
chains, thewsr south 80 chains, to tho land rhe west half ot the northeast
point of commencement, and contain-' -*��� ~* ���"*���*
IN   THE.  MATTER   OF  THE  JVDGh
M^NTS ACTL
RtiiCKaen.    James    R.    Webster    and
Alexander Webster,. Rialntiffs, and
Preston Daniel Dixon and Charles
Si.veraon, Defendants...
Take notice that on Monday, April
1ft.. 191L at the hour oL two thirty ia
tbe afternoon, there  will be sold by-
public auction at the. office   of.  the
Sheriff of \he County., at Westminste \
at the Court House.    Maw Westmiu-
iter, tt. C, the inteiflat   of    Preston
Uanlal Dixon  and  Charles  Siversnn,
tha judgingm debtors.,uader a certain
ludguiKUt iu  mvor oi James R. Webster and AlexinderxC, Webster, in.the
B. C,
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
Htw Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Lionel E. Haw
eis. of
rapher
sion tc
fl
Vancouver, occupation photo*
intends to apply f<��' P��JJ
��������� u> purchase tl.e following lands
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Pemberton Trail, �����
miles north of Green Lake theme
north SO chains, thence east 80 cliains
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to the point of
ment
of   lot   applied    for,    co
acres more or less. _,,,,���
��� Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
8     Agent for Lionel E. HaweU
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Mabel Lucy
Paige, of  N'ew  Westminster, occupa-
. tlon married woman, intend to apply
i for permissina to purchase the follow-
I ing described lands:    Commencing at.
a post  planted about two miles north
of T. L. lot 816 cn thc west shore of
Haslam  lake*, thence west 80 chaini*,
ihence  south 80  chains,  thence eas.
80 chains, thence north 80 cliains  to
mint of commencement, and cca-
moie or less.
iug t'i4o aci �����, mini* or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
ana   nie   wcsl  mu.  -^^ ��.���    	
quarter of section, twenty (20), t��iwn-
ahUj tour (4i, range twenty-nine. (29),
Westminster, B    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Calgary. Alta., Edmonton, Alta...or to
Gfeorg* McCuaig, auctioneer, 150 Has-
tihgs street east, Vancouver, B. C.
P. G. KETES.
Secretary.
Department    of    Interior,    Ottawa,
M&rcft *. Wl.
Newspapers will not be pai* tor this
advertfsement if they insert- K without authority from the department.      i
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Wafctrworfrs Superintended Wanted;
Applications will be received by tbe
undersigned up to flre o'ciock p. mi, on
ths 3rd of April next I for % waterworks
superintendent. Applicants must have,.'
haif previous experience in similar
wcsiR��� and be able to. produce testimonials    from    responsible   persons.
Salary $135 per montih
V.:. A. DUNCAN,.
City Clerk.
City Hall, March 2T, 1W1.
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank., payabfe- to the1 order of tbe
Honorable Che Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. {10 p.c.)
of the amotmt of tho tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering declin* tp enter into a contract
when called' upon to do so, or fail to
complete die work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will' be returned.
Tbe Department does not bind Itself
t�� accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 22, I91f.
(Newspapers will not be pafd    for
this advertisement lf they Insert    It
wlthoo* authority   from  the   Department-.
WATER NOTICE.
DIS-'
shUj   ��.._.    a-,.	
iu the  Distiict of  New  Westminster.
The interest of the Judgment deb
tors, Siverson  and  Utxon,  is    under
and. by virtue if. a onrtaln agreement.
for sale of the. hereinbefore described
NKW   WIWMWniJ^Sa i^'^edl\ece^r 14th, 1907, ami
TRICT���OiMoM   of   New 	
���ter, B. C���Tak* notice that i Char*.--'; made  by   Davis
Soley, of Vatu.-ettver, oc ��� ���--
er, intenifrto aipply for ,,a,. ..    tt> im.	
mrchas*    tho    following    doscraied. eimrles"~Slv<��8on),! us purchasers.
"**"*  mt of the judgment unde
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
, of. the "Water Act, 1909,'' to obtain a
1 license in the Burnaby ������---���*******
division    of
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITWL
.     ii .,i���. �����_i. he received Of the] Xew   Westminster district.
for tlm position of rieideni! tf0n of the applicant, Alfred W.
��� ".'."*.?."   f~, th- RovalLeod,  iusuranco    agent.    New  W
Salary I minster. B. C.    tb) The name of
Mc-
/est-
the
the pi	
tabling 640 aeres
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17. 1911.	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trtct of New Westminster.
-  ������*���ii
������,���,���-_���       TAKE NOTICE that I, lsab*llu Mc-
io wc L.V....V _.   commence-   _   ,     .     , .,
being the southwest corner post  ��artB��* of North \ ancouver. occupa- _^
D "...  tlon married woman, intend to- apply	
us for permission to purchase the follow-
*��� -* i-��^0-    Commencing at
^^^^^    following
lands: ^^^^
ComnnncltM)
two mlJei.  south
the eu!#- shor*   ^^^^^^
east    Kt)    cbalns,   thenc*
chain*, thence west SO chains, Hienc*
south 80 chains, to the point ef coss-
mencement, and containing 640 acres,
'H'" i mor* ur 1 tea.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
FWMuiary 17th, 1911.
at 5 p.m
secretary  and  iursar 	
Whitmore   FJllott as, $75   per  �����*>**���*�� of  tho! the  description   Is)   unnamed   st, earn
For duties.      q^  h09pita).! flowing through district lot; 86, in   a
nnd ('.Dm.      I northerly   direction   Into   Deer   lawe.
betwef n the noun. �� ������ W��J P-��-      | JO rthe   y *   ^ ^
J'    'chalnn*aof Bowd.  chain from the boundaiy of dtatttot Jt
^ 98, ud Tbe quantity of water applied
I nai  -, ���.*>**��� ���".*������ iivAue   ij}    **.>***���   ���*���- nivm, ami ' Todclnc      For   initios,   i
SOUpaHon brok- vendor, and 1. eston Daniel Ill^on and ; odginK'    ' rent  at
r peml��i0.toJ K. M. Sever*)..  Iq��herwlae known W lady  WPgtoJJJ-��
ing     doscr*��d. carles  Slvuson). as  purchasers.       I between the w_
The amount ol the t*V******
mi a post Pi inted about vhich this sale lfl held la tf M��*"J
h of T. L. 1031. amliott; together w.ith lnte.est at 5^ per���CMW.
of Haslam Luke, tiiencei j.c- annum from   the    l^tn   aay   oi
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
���"^SfeSB.iS
1368  and
LAND ACT NOTICE.
of T.  L. lot  iooo ouu .,-. _
ot Haslam lake, thence east SO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains, thence north s* chains to tho
Dis- j point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
Isabella mcfarland. -
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
1911.
E.
Dated February -17^
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE    NOTICE    that    Gerald
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, Intends to apply J" "JT
mission to purchase the followinf, ����
scribed lands:    Commencing at a pos��
Planted  on Green   River,   Pen>bf*��n
Trail, four miles north of Qreen Lane,
tbence north 80 chains, thence east ��u
chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence  McCormlck. ��''--".- , r permi8sloii
west 88 chains to point of commence-  broker, ,nte���dJo appl^for V^
ment, being southwest corner pos-. *��
lot applied for, containing   640 acres
imore or less. , , ���,,,,��
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20, 1911.
north.   N August, ).iQ9.
The tollpwing charges appear on
tl.e register at the Land Ri?g,istry
office, New Westminster,, against the
hereinbefore described lands: (A)
Registered judgment feted March %,
1910, against Preston Daniel Dixon
and Charles Siverson tn favor of
Jamea R. Webster far ��4949.8��.
nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnaa^_BB_B___i    And  (urther take notice this sale I
  ls held pursuant to th. orders of the'
the District of New W^tminrter.^^ |^*��^Suk da.Tn.rch. A.D.|
A. B. POTTKNOKR.
Diatrtct Registrar.
T. J. Armstrong, Sheriff, County   ot
Westminster.
Terma of Sale, Cash.
Whereas proof of th. loea of oertifl-l t%1.
cate title No. 4781 A. Issued In    the'1"*
name of George A. Wttherspoon, haa
been filed ln this office.
Notice la hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month trom
the date of the flrst publication her.
��� ���  . .    _,    of, in a dally newspaper published In
New Westminster Land District.   ois-.the CUjp of New Westminster, Issue h
trict of New Westminster. duplicate of the said   certificate, un-
TAKE NOTICE thnt I, Clinton   P. | leit |��� g,,, meonttme valid ohjecUon
nrnrmlck. of Vancouver, occupation j be mtde to me ,n mMni
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar ot Titled. |
Land  Registry  Office,  New  Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
for  iln cubic feet per second),    one
miner's  Inch;   (e)   The  character ot
the proposed works, nono;     (f)  The
premises on which the water ls to be
use (described same), portion of district lot 85;   (g) The    purposes    for
whlcb the water Is to be used, domestic and Irrigation purposes: (h) M for
Irrigation describe the land intended
to be  irrigated, giving acreage, two
and one half   acres,   more   or less,
sandy hillside;  (1) lf the water ls to
be used for power or mining purposes
describe tbe place where the water is
to be returned to some natural chan-
i nel, and the difference In altitude be-
__' tween point of diversion and point ot
' return, no power;  (J) Area ot crown
land Intended to be occupied by   the
proposed works, none.
n.w wu��*i��t�� i    M ThlB notice was posted on   tho
New Westminster. ,5th dRy of March  mi  ftnd appUc_,
Mrs. A. Wiggin, who was connected tlon will be made to tbe commissioner
t .i���.���. i n��� the 28th day ot April, 1911, at 11
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth ��t. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370
Th* Royal Studio
610 Clumbla St
to purchase the following
lands'.   Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east   shore ot   Haslam   lake,
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection ���
Thone R672
Give tbe names and addresses
any    riparian    proprietors    or
for many years with Messrs. Lafayette,' on the
of New Bond street, London, begs ta a.m.
Inform  the residents of  New West-j    (I)
minster and surrounding districts tbat of    -..,     .._��� .
she has purchased and reopened the licensees wild or who*, lands are
photographic business at the above ad- likely to he affected by the proposed
dress, and ls prepared to offer high works, either above or below the out*
class pictures at very moderate prices, let, none. 7
I Child   portraiture   a   specialty.   See A. W. McLEOD,
' show cases at doorway. ' New Westminster, B. C. I
I
I
I**
���ii
PAOB BIOHti
~"  -a.
mTl.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
THE DAILY NEWS.
City iNews
New boilers are being put In at the.    Work on the extension of the C. P.
Columbia    Cold    Storage    establish-   R.  depot commenced  yesterday.
ment- I    ice cream on hand. Ira A. Held, next
tram office.   Phone 310. *���
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
5s9
INSURANCE.
Now is the
time to buy
Chums
at Cost
while our
Removal
Sale is on
John (Jock) Smith, of the Hjorth
road, retunie.i from a trip to England
yesterday  evening.   .
The Bank of Ment real defeated the
Grocers in tlie Commercial billiards
league yesterday.
An unknown n. iu was injured yesterday afternon by a C. P. R. train between this city aud Fiaser mills.
For spring, plants and cut flowers
phone Davies and Son, llo IstE, Phone
897.
A baseball practice will be held by
the Alerts at Sapperton park on Saturday afternoon.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. R. Pearse, Telephone 094.   P. O. Box 4a5. **
The Beulah Rebekahs will enter
tain the local Odd Fellows at a wliist
party in the I. 0. 0. F. hall this
evening.
We are open to buy agreements of
sale. White, Shiles <fe Co., 63S Columbia  street. �����
A cattle thief who was seen on
Tuesday driving two cows from
Lulu Island towards this city, Is being sought by the provincial police.
Scottish dance and supper, under
the auspie'es of Sons of Scotland.
Wednesday, April 5. Secure tickets
now. **
Tbe annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas church
will be held this afternoon, commencing at three o'clock. All members
are requested to attend.
Scottish dance s.nd supper, April 5.
Mackness' orchestra and pipes. Tickets may be obtained from A. D. McRae. A. Adams, G. McMurphy and
other members of the committee.   *���
All the members of the junior Koyal
Templar brigade who intend to take
part in the May Day celebrations are
requested to attend at the Armories
Friday evening.
On May HI Water Commissioner S
A. Fletcher will hear an application
by Edwin Cammidge, of Boundary
Bay, for a record of half a cubic foot
of water to be taken from a spring a',
the soutli end of the S. W. one-.p.ar-
ter section 2 Tp. 5, Westminster district. The water is wanted for domestic and agricultural purposes.
Mount Pleasant Hoyal Templars,
Vancouver, were entertained by the
local   council   yesterday   evening.
Excellent building lot on Eleventh
street, $1300, .1100 cash will take this.
White, Shiles & Co. **
The Public   ���
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
Splendid Range of
New Costume Cloths
$8*50 per length
62-inch dress goods in regular costume  weight,  in all   the   new
shades of green, navy, (an, brown, rose, wisteria, etc.
Black Satin Coating
$2.25 per yard
Beautifully finished, with soft woollen back, heavy weight, wear
guaranteed, suitable for coats, costumes, etc, 36 inches wide. Per
yard       $2.26
Cotton
Bengalines and
Belcour"
Suitings
30c.
Per yard
A splendid heavj corded 8ult.
i,,f; ln ^dea "< mauve, m.
H"e"' br.eam. sky, plnk| ���avv'
,"'ow'1 and tan and white; 3o
Inches wile, per yard ...30c
Coating Pongees
$1.00 to $1.50 per yard
Two special heavy weight, natural pongees. At $1.00 [ier yd., is
a silk, 30 inches wide, heavy and strong; at $1.60 per yard Is .i
silk 34 or 36 inches wide, line even weave, extra heavy. Choose
early as the supply of these silks is limited and difficult io obtain at all  times of the year.
Fine Zephyr
Ginghams
25c. per yard
Mostly   llghl   colored  wound,
with  bl
ie and black stn,)e8 or
���POts; also black ami whlte
Btrtpe, nirc and fine, Buitable
for shirtwaist Bultg,
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
On    and    after April  1
I. barber shops will close at
all union
30, Saturdays I0:3n. Hair cutting 3fic, razor
honing 50c and work done outside
.1.00. **
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
MMES 8 HcCUKIUH
Corner Sixth and Front Str.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-C^.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.        J��j  :
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STOIE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Good building lots near the cui-off
of tl.e B. C. E. R., .401) and up. White,
Shiles & Co. *'
A special B. C. E. R. car will leave
the Westminster depot tomorrow evening at half past seven o'clock with
the members of Lord of the Isle.-;
Camp. Xo. 191, S. O. S. on board, thi
party point; over to Vancouver to pay
a fraternal visit to Royal Scot camp.
Tickets may be obtained from the
members of the committee.
Two    excellent    building    lots    on
Arbutus    street,   good    location    for.
houses to  rent, $1700  for the    both.'
White, Shiles & Co. **
C. W. Jennings, a Frenchman, accuse 1 of obtaining money by false pretences in Vancouver, was arrested on
Wednesday evening ln Bellingham
and brought back to Vancouver,
where he is now awaiting trial. The'
city police here were notified to be on
the lookout for Jennings, but he bad
got out of town over the G. N. R. before the message was received. He
made no difficulty over recrossing
the border.
Sheriff's sale of forty pieces men's
suitings, serges, tweeds, beavers, etc.,
two sewing machines, and tailor's
sundries, at 807 Columbia street, 10
a.m. Monday, April 3, 1911. ������
E. Walmsley, acting Crown Timber agent, yesterday afternoon auc
tioned off Timber Berth No. 531. situated in F S. fi, range .7, west of the
sixth meridian. The upset price of
$400 was advanced to $4f)0 by C. F.
Iloidrlck. of Clarion, Penn. to whom
Ihe limit was allotted. Only small
Interest was shown ln the sale. The
berth is small and surrounded by
alienated lands.
AI. Gillis,, manager of the National theatre, Vancouver, was in the
city yesterday afternoon, presumably
looking for a vaudeville house site. In
company with a local real estate
agent Mr. Gillis spent, several hours
Inspecting locations which are desirable for a venture of this kind. As
far as could be learned he did not
definitely decide to purchase any of
the properties.
The yearly grant given to the R. A.
and I. by the city council was at the
meeting of the civic authorities yesterday afternoon cut out from this
years esimates, as the officials of that
organization had sent a communication to the effCft that such a grant
was not desired. No' reasons were
given for thisfttan^put It has baoi
felt by ihe boaVH' .lint his course was
not further desirable.
The Lord of the- Isles camp. No.
191, Sons of-Scotland, ji re giving a
sunrc.- and dance in St. Patrick's
hall on Wednesday, April 5. Mark-
ness' orchestra will provide the music. Pipers will be engaged for the
Scotch dancing. Tickets can now be
obtained   from   the   committee.   **
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Collapsible Hats, Now
the Most Popular Style
in the Millinery Display
As fas; as these new hats -an be male they are sell. A new
shipment of the proper soft French Straw I'lilts enables us to
offer -,i good selection of colors. Two-tone effect! are the mosl
in demand. The small stupes at present seem to meet with the
greatest favor. New shipments from New Fork ami other eas:-
ern fashion centres, contain an equal number of small and large
shades, and the indications are thai the large hat will be more
popular than ever. Patrons of our Millinery Department may
lest assured that those In charge are always < n the aleit for
the latest novelties in women's headwear. Just now the Millinery section is replete with suggestions. Leave your orders early
The Faster rush makes conditions more difficult
Selecting your hat  now means prompt delivery.
Radium Cotton
Foulards,
35c. per yard
Beautifully finished mercerised
coi ton foulards In Bhades o!
navy, fawn, brown, grey anl
Copenhagen ami black; 30 in
w ide.      Per   yard     35c
Fancy Vestings
20c. to 35c. per yard
White ami poni ��� ���  i     red brilliants    ni-    vestings    in   neat
si ri i es,     sin's     anil    stripes,
' launders    nicely.     Per   yard
     20c  to 35:
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Building Lots
Our wide connections enable  us to offer you choice lots in nil parts
Of the city at the lowest price:, anl on the  best  terms.    If you  are
buying to build we tan save you money. If you are btiving for speculation, we can make you money.
Good terms can  be arranged  on all these lots.
THIRD     STREET  ���   Between
Fourth and Fifth avenues,
two cleared lots, close to car-
line, for both J.400,
FIFTH STREET���On this fine
wide street we have several
very desirable building lots.
Seme are partly cleared and
some a: ��� fully clea ed. Many
public and private improvements tinker way ln this locality. Values fijeadlly '(.i-
creasing. Prices this week,
$700 and up.
HAMILTON STREET ��� Near
public scliool, Moo ly Park
and tramline;  a good lot  for
$1000.
HAMILTON STREET ��� Upper
side, close to Twelfth street:
an   extra   good   lot   lor   the i
price, $1300.
SEVENTH AVENUE ��� Near
Sixth street cur and Moody
Park; choice of three lots for
$!I50 each. Terms, small
cash paymenl and balances
spread over two and and a
half years..
SIXTH AVENUE ��� Near
Twelfth street, cleared and
ready   to   build   on,   81260.
FIFTH AVENUE���Near Third
sit eet. This Is fc good lo-
callty for speculation, as
Fifth avenue will probably i
be paved this year. Price
$1000.
NANAIMO     STREET ���  West
En I, two large lots, for both
$1700.
SEVENTH AVENUE ��� West
End, choice of three lots,
each $700.
DUBLIN  STREET���Upper  side
near Twe'fth stieet, three
fine view lots, easy to clear
Price $1060 each.
TENTH   STREET���Double   cor-
ner, cement pavements, many
improvements under wav;
cheapest lots in this rapid
growing locality. Price
$3100.
Interurban Time Tabic
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH. ���
Train leaves New Westminster for  Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20,   C.50,
7:20, X and every half hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave  New  Wettmintter for  Vnncouver at G, 7, 8 and even'
half hour until 11 p.m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS   SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for  Vancouver    al    7:20   ' "'���
11:2d a.m., and 8:20 p.in.
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains have  New   Westminster for Vancouver a( 7K ami every hou:
thereafter up to n p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction ro  SteveatoJ.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 n.m. ami Wv
half hour thereafter up to 11   p in.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4;lfi p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster S a.m. and 6 "���"> rm-
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
CHEAP LOT���Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street, full size
lot, $1500,
j.
J ���
FJ. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVEF;,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
t____m_&__i___mm
NOTE CHANGE OF TIME
Double Service Begins Apr! 19
TWIN SCREW STEAMSHIP
"PRINCE RUPERT
Sailing from Johnston's Wharf
Effective April 3, will leave Vancouver at 13:ou mldnlghl Mondays, instead of 11:30 p.m., and run through to Stewart, slopping on';
at Prince Rupert.
Effective April 8, will leave Vancouver at 13:00 midnight Sat" ���
days, instead of 3:u() p.m., for Victoria and Seattle.
Close connection at. Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, KracolK..
Arrandale, Port Nelsoy, Massett- and Naden Harbor.
SS.  "Prince Albert"  leaves Prince Rupert Saturdays at |ll"l'),'
for Refuge Hay, Skldegate. Queen Charlotte City, Pacoli.  LocW
Jedway, Ikeda and Hose Harbor. .    . ,,.
Tickets and Information for all points east, Including Detroit, ���'
don, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreil, Portland, Hoston,   Niagara   n>   '
New York, Philadelphia, Haltim >re, Washington, also to Gren. Briw
nnd the Continent.   All Lines.   Lowest Hates. "No Trouble to Ans��
Questions." _ ������
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent phone  06���
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)    Phone J
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
Space for stores, warehouses and offices    In    the   proposed
lie'
Grand  Trunk  Pacific  building, foot of Main Street, will be "'''j.'",.
In advance and planned to suit requirements  by  applying to
Nicholson, .Manager of Steamships, Johnson's Wharf.
��� |      -- |   MHMR    ���*   *************** MRS   ~i"V"

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