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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMIN8TER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME fi. NUMBEJR 811.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
PULING DOWNS
GILL IN SEATTLE
Open Town Element Badly
Worsted in Recall Election
-Majority 6000.
Feb. 7.���The recall electii U
ere today resulted in a victorj
,   VV.  Dllling and  the "Moral
, ement, Mdyor Hiram C. Gill
, , ated bj a majority ol over
,
0ne hundred  and   liny  oul   ol   153
places    .ave   Dllling    31,302
1   ,      Gill secured 2C.339 and Edwin
,   ;;,,.;,.   Hi own was never si rl
ered,
,, (. three  places yel   to be  heard
,,,,,,' ffui  probably    swell    D.liiug's
majority.
���i ,. e|e nm  was  tlie  most   bitter
, ln thla city for man;, years, a
cl( n ,.., aght being made between
the open town and grafl element and
th08e who    were    opposed    to open
��� ��� i egregated vice and special
privileges lo the lienor men.
Thousands of women voted,   this be-
Ip- the flrBl occasion pn which   they
could exercise tbeir franchise.    Nine-
,,: the women who went to the
b0 ti    marked their ballots for Dill-
Gill reci Ived big pluralities in the
down town dlstrli ts, but was hopelessly outvoted In the residential sections.
., fi a( of Gill means that Chief
0I poii,, y, ippenstein will be dismissal mess for Bervlce bavlng
,,,.,.: an Issue ol the election.
STEEL CITY TO BL
STARTED IN APRIL
Big Manufacturing Plant to
Be Nucleus of Big Town-
Build Rolling Mill First.
G. M, Glbbs, of Vancouver, one ol
; he i 'anadlan din ctora ol the Western
Steel corporation, wns in the city yea-
tei day and he gave to a repre i ntatlve
of i liu News some encouraging and authentic Information conci i ning the
planl of tbal corporation above Sunbury.
one of the Ural things Mr, Glbbs
siiid when spoken to by the Xews reporter confirmed the selection of the
site above Sunbury as the situation of
their Canadian plant. "There is no
doubt about it," said he, "the Great
Northern will start at once to pul In a
spur there and wc have now Hue,.
hundred ears of scrap sleel al Millside
waiting to be shipped to Steel City.'
This steed was purchased from the
Vancouver Junk company and is used
with pi. iioil in tlie manufacture o:
sieel. It will be left at Steel City and
will be ready for use the moment tho
plant has been completed.
Start  Building  in  April.
Asked as to about what time th-;
building would bo started. .Mr. Glbbs
stated that a commencement would ba
made about  the llrst of
DRASTIC MEASURE IS
INTRODUCED IN SENATE
Bill Provides Heavy Penal-
SNOWSTORM DRIVES    LOCAL FIRM WAS
STEAMER ON ROCKS   ASKED TO PAY
IMAY NOT HAVE BEEN
RE       ANDRE'S BALLOON
Victoria Driven Ashore Off | Manager of Galbraith & Sons Father Tourquetil  Reaches
ties for Illegal Mixing of    Cape Hinchinbrook, Alas-    Claims Outsiders Were Of-
Grains In Elevators.
Ottawa, Feb. T. -Tbe "Canada Grain
Act," Introduced in the senate by Sir
Richard Cartwright today, is the mosl
drastic legislation affecting the band-
llni of grain thai lias ever been
brought forward in this country.
lt repeals the Manitoba grain, inspection and sale acts, bin, re-enacts
them in the new measure.
A commission of three is appointed,
tbe members of which hold office for
ten years and have practically the
same powers as the railway commissioners, ln addition to that they have
the power to expropriate terminal
grain elevators, or lease them from
the holding companies and
tbem for the government.
Drastic penalties are provided for
offences against the act. The mini
iniini penalty for mixing grain at th.1
terminal elevators is $5000 and tbo
maximum a two years' term of im
prisonment or a line of $20,000
ka���Passengers Safe.
operate
Seattle, Feb. 8.���The Alaska Steam
shin company's steamer    Victoria    la
ashore one  mile south of Cape  Hineh
inbrook, Alaska.
The steamer  Burser is standing by.
fered Lots for Lower Rent
Prince Albert From   Far
North.
That the claims of the firm of Gal- Prince Albeit, Sask., Feb. 7.���Rev.
bralth & Sons in iis application tor father A. Tourquetil, missionary at
a lease of city owned waterfront lota   Reindeer Lake, in the far north, whose
Btory concerning the supposed discov-
-The
Cordova, Alaska, Feb, s.
Bteamer Victoria struck a rock last
evening dining a thick snowstorm,
'ihe iIslng tide lifted her off, disclosing a big hole in her bow. The Bteamer
made water rapidly and Captain Uavis
decided to make a rust] for Nuchuck
bay.
The wireless summoned the steamei
on Lulu island have nol been given
just consideration hy the city lathers
lis the contention of .lame.; I.. Galbralth, manager of the firm, who discussed the matter freely with a News
representative yestei day.
Mr. Galbralth's chief objection is
Ihat the council, or rather the mayor,
insists that bis lirm should pay a nun h
higher rental for the lots than is demanded of other Arms applying for
the same property.   'Ibe terms asked
Burser, which made a quick run to the . of the Giilbrailhs arc au annual rental
���iBonment or a line of J20.000. j grounded off Cape '.Mudge', "but floate
The officers of the corpoiations are | off undumaeed.
scene I the disaste^^^^^^^^^^^^
The    passengers    and    mail    were
transferred to the Burser and brought
buck to Cordova.
At the present time there is four
feel of water In the hold of the Victoria.
On   ber  way    north    the     Victoria
I
lable as well as the corporations, and
the companies may have their licenses
revoked.
Tbe bill  is based on  the  Minnesot:
April, or    us j grain act, and in case ibe reciprocity
soon as the weather conditions were
PROFESSOR  ALEXANDER
SCORES  GREAT  SUCCESS.
��� ���    ' ���   Professor Alexander, the
well-known i   renolot 1st, lectui ed    to
e al st. Patricks Hall.
��� lied.   The professor
.ti able and wItty ex-
nt of tin   ch uce ot human nature
e mi re than sustained that   relit. 'It Is In- pracl leal
manner, his pleasing
.  ease with which he
Iflcently difficult  sub-.    ���,,, UI���uo ovc���.c���
lm the stamp of truth mlstcl about the^successV the
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���   ���  ���   ���       ; of a general charter dealh        '. human nature as a
���    way   laughter  rippled aloi    llie v ell  packed  rows 61
eakei   made many home
.    faults,   frailties   and
. Be present.
.-��� resting   and    prac-
��� ��� observations   on   the
��� . hlldren and tlie duty and
 ng, bj  nol only tho
child ti     a     rent, but the parent to ,
' ��� I  importance  of the     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Billy iyt*a,-'^aa\^a\******\\\\\\\\a**********%\
mid tendenciej of
oi onlj should be remem-
��� j  their parents." but
uke nut vour children to
^M	
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to tha lecture Alderman Asked  as to the  reasons  which   in
n,   u   Jaynes,   E.   Goulet   and duced the steel company to select tho
emied the platform slti   above Sunbury, Mr. Glbbs stated
i a comments on   tbe thai although tbey  bad been invest!-
Ol   the  four  prominent gating for more than a >ear, they had
'���'���'���                '   minds of  uproarious been  unable to find  a  belter location
^H ! Tbey  bad   looked  over   pos-ible  sites
Anothei
suitable for building. The lirst build
lng to be constructed will be a rolling
mill and the next will be blast furnaces Then the company will proceed
right along with tbe construction of
the entile plant.
Money  Is  Secured.
lt was stated by Mr Cibbs that R.
P, McLellan, another Canadian director living in Vancouver, had received
a w ire trom President M tore, of t he
company, who is now in London, sluing that the $10,000,000 loan had all
been nrrnged. The flrsl million dollars would lie payable this month, an '
other two miilioh In Blxty davs and the
balance as required.
Mr. Glbbs seemed to be very    opti-
plant
igreement comes Into force, it will
facilitate the movement, of Canadian
grain to the l'nited States.
DRAMATIC COMPETITION
off undamaged,;	
Fernie Boy Killed.
Fernie. Feb. 7.���.lames lllakernore.
a sixteen year old boy working as a
trapper in the Coal Creek mine, was
run over and killed by a mine train
tbis afternoon.
of $700, basing the
il $20 per front foot
Twice last
Une of the
i      of the .\n Ire balloon by Eskimos
in the Arctic circle created much excitement all over the world about a
vear ago, reached Prince Albert today, after a journey by dog train lasting eighteen <la>s. llo says that the
narrative which was given to the outside world, and which brought letters
to him from almost every country ia
BurOpe, had been much distorted He
states that the story wllich was related to him by Indians who were trad-
;lI1,j ing with the Eskimos 300 miles north
of Reindeer Lake was very Indefinite
ill   ?&U   |  Cl     1IOI11    lUI'L. --     ��� ������*"     """.^     "U.J     ,^,j     UiUPIIIIlUa
Twice last year, once in Xovember in every respect, and while the general
to Mr, Damaske, and earlier in the trend of the narrative was that, soma
year to Mr. Walker, the same property ! great object, inhabited by two men,
was   offered   ;|1   n"   ntitinni   rontnl   nt   had come down out of the skv. thp In-
MAPPING OUT PROGRAM OF
at an annual rental of
only $300, Mr. Galbralth declares.
Both these men represented outside
firms, and the nature of the industries
they proposed starting on Lulu island
was a matter of conjecture. In the
case of the Galbraitbs, it Is different,
as the factory is and has been located
in tbis city for over twenty years an 1
it is a matter of common knowledge
that from thirty to forty men aro
steadily  employed.
When 1 met some members of the
council at a special meeting some
time
had come down out of the sky, the Indians  could  give  him  no  reasonable--!
data as to the time or place, aud i.hat
the story had come through two different bands of Eskimos who scarcely
understood each other's language,    tie
can,   therefore,   throw    no    additional
elucidation  upon  the strange story.al-
though he has offered large rewards to
the   Indians   who   were   trading    with
these remote Kskimos, for some material from this   mysterious object from
the skies, lie bas been
IS IN WINNIPEG THIS TEAR'; W��HK��� SOMMER MONTHS
Contest for Earl Grey Trophy Steadily
Increasing    in    Popularity���Prizes
Offered   for  Original   Plays.
The Earl Grey Musical and Dra
maiic competition, the greatest event
in a.l circles in the Canadian year,
wlll be beld this year In the Walker
to be erected at steel City.   He stati
ihat the rate of growth of all towns
established on the strength of a large
��� -����� I industry was about lift) thousand ,    j^m____________________,
for every live years. Already the theatre, Winnipeg, during the \veek of
planl of 'be company al Irondale, al April 24. In the circular sent om by
though it has been * tabllshed for the honorary secretary ol the compe-
little more than a year, has exceeded titlon, Ernest Beaufort, the terms and
that rate of growth and has shown conditions of the competition are set
more development for the time it has forth.
been running    than    any    steel    plant,I     The  main  facts Of the competition.
with  one exception,    In    the    l'nited   which   raine   into   being   in   1906   and
States. ! which  lias increased   in   prominence
Other  Industries to  Follow. j H11(,  popularity  every   year  since  that
According     to     Mr.     Glbbs     the time, are well l:nown.   All flve'prevl-
establishment of the steel industry at VUB competitions  have  been  held  in
Steel City will   be   followed   by   the  Ottawa but this .ear it has been mov-
Btarting up of other kindred industries   e(] (0 Winnipeg
which always locate wherever there Is j     [n addition to the two main feature
���   .._ ��� unable to   se-
ii ni a    nywui    lumuue    duuiu   cure any clew which would lead to an
 ago," said Mr. Galbraith. "it xvas   identification   of  the    peculiar   object
plainly evident that John A. Lee dom- which had excited the curiosity of tha
lnated the aldermen present. He bad aborigines. Father Tourquetil has
everything cut and dried, and was the made a report to the Norwegian gov-
only one who spoke. From the first I ernment, at the latter's request, ami
could see be w.as antagonistic to me, so far bus not received any reply, ae
and be xvent at great pains to make it states further that the story related
char thai any proposition 1 might lay , to him seemed so much like many .-if
before the council did not have to be ��� the primitive legends in the north thai
accepted. He impressed this on me , he was unable to come to any conclu-
vcrv strongly. I sion as to what bad actually happened
"When 1 cemm n'ed on the injustice , to give rise to rumors wbicb the   lu-
of  asking  a  local  firm  to  pay nearly   dians brought   with them.
 ^_ , twite as heavy I ie;i'al as was ask"! Noted    Missionary.
City    Engineer    Blackman    is verv  ,,i  outside men, probably speculators,      Father Tourquetil, who is one of the
busy  these  days completing  his  pro-  Mayor Lee mei this argument with an  noted missionaties of the north, left
gram for wink to be done in the sum I airy 'We are lookin
mer.     Already   many   improvements j best interests.'
have been practically sanctioned and' "This peculiar policy of the autocratic mayor cf 'looking alter the city'?
best Intel ests' bus resulted In the firm
ot Galbralth & Sons being unable   to
City  Engineer's  Staff  Is Busy  Getting
Plans  In   Readiness���Survey for
West Er.d Sewer Commenced.
a steel plant.
the engineer's office in the city hall
is full of plans of different works of
Importance to be carried through or
commenced this year.
Kvery day almost something new it-
started. Only yesterday work was
started on the survey for the new
Bewer in the west end of the city.
This work will mean the employment
of a large number of men in the city
during the summer and will provide B
long-felt  want In the west end.
The plans for the proposed paving
of Fourth sireet have been completed
and await the further action of the city
council. The body will probably wai'
until the Third street trouble is cleared up and put on a satisfactory basis
before anything fresh is started.
The biggest work at present occupy-
after the city's the north end of Reindeer lake on January '���', and reached The Pas on January 23, after travelling through the
severest weather the country has had
in years. On some occasions tlie party
had to camp because even   the   dogs
OI    VllillUttllll    (V    OUIl��    i.flllt    uui.,'1^.        *"          ���     .       ���..-.~    ~.*...      .~^      ^^^^
secure a site    which had    practically   were unable to stand tbe temperature.
.  j,��� a   ,.���  *..���  -i..   i   vr,a,.'c  nmiii.    On  thp rtnrtfleps hetween the I.e.    s '.,i<5
been promised us by last year's coun
cil, and in addition has affected a deal
whereby we were to enter into partnership with J, II. Linden, of Pt. Joe,
Mich., a patent berry box manufacturer, who was to come in with us ln
the leasing of the Lulu island lots an I
the erecting of a new plant As ma
ters stand now. if Mr. Linden cotnt*.-<
here at all his factory will have to b
located  further down  tbe river
On the portages between the lak< s his
party  met   Indians   and   others,  who
were  trapping  and  freighting, and   in
the  majority  of  cases   these   i eople
were   suffering   severely    from    frostbites.   One night they were unable to
sleep in camp on account of the cold,
and had to start on at two o'clock in
the morning.    From Cap Lac La  Bro-
chet tliey had nine sleds, there bein<j
five men in  ihe party. Only once dur-
lei ture will be given
sanu. !.(> ;������ this evening.
it the
GOVERNOR HAYS EXTENDS
CLEMENCY  TO  112
Olympia, Feb. 7.   Executive    clemency ine been shown by Governor M.
ast s since he assumed   ,,,,. tOHU ,,.......- -���- .���
��� Inti   ol governor.   Spokane leads half a million dollars being made
lav inc.   li', convicted per-' 	
��� ��� oyed either a pardon,   a
commutation ef sentence or remission
'' ���      I lni   county comes second
while Pierce county is third
- - men sentenced to be banged
sentences commuted to
Imprisonment,
l!"' aho e   reporl   was   transmitted
In the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of whal  is  rapidly becoming the great
musical and dramatical holiday of the
Canadian  people, there are prizes offered  for individual  competition both       ^^^^^^^^^
in the dramatical and musical fields of. ing  the altention  of the engineer .���
endeavor. [the preparation of estimates for    the
For  the  best   original   two-act   play i work to be done during the year. This
      - written by a  Britisli resident in Can-  includes the laving of about four miles
along Burrard Inlet, but tbey were no- a,|a ;l ,,,-j,,,. ,,f jmo wj]| he given and ] of cement sidewalks and the improve-
so satisfactory as tlie Sunbury site f(ir ,lu, nexl best $60 will be given. | ment'and extension of the roads and
and the price asked for the land was       Manuscripts  should   be  sent   to  tbe   streets.
much higher. honorary  secretary  at   Winnipeg   not!    Mr. Blackman Is also now engaged
Options Taken  Up. | late|.  ,,,.,���   Mlin.h   i...  and  should    be ^*^���**m
Last week, through tin- linn of Ken- .signed by a noni de plume. A sealed
nedj Brothers, all options of tb.. land letter containing the name of the au-
formiiiK tbe Sleel City site were taken ! ,)l(���. w|,|, his nom de plume should ac-
up. cash payments on properties worth company the manuscript,
The same conditions apply to a competition for the best original musical
So far as is known at present there ,AGED  DR    BJRK��  ^^
from Westminster. It just means that ing the trip from Keindeer lake to
a large number of workmen who would Pelican nai rows did tliey see a build-
hate  lived  and  bought  their supplies   fng.
in this city wi'l spend their money i The father reported that he ha.I
elsewhere." j been  told  that north of The Pas an
(Continued  on Page  Six.)
SLEEPING BABE IS
SMOTHERED IN BED
Musical Club in Nanaimo.
Nanaimo,   Feb.     7.���The     Ladies'
Chorus    has    reorganized,    admitting
men to membership, and will in future___________
be known as the Nanaimo Musical Seattle. Feb. 7.���Mrs. Henry Gaff
club. The officers are: President, ney. employed in cleaning downtown
Mrs II. Skinner; vice-president. Mrs. \ business blocks, awoke at ten o'clock
Powers; secretary, Miss Macdonald; i yesterday morning to find her two-
treasurer   Miss Dobeson;   committee, jmonths-ahd-a-half old baby lying deaJ
"- '���������-���- ��������� *������**    Deputy
BRITAIN WOULD KNOW
RECIPROCITY AFFECTS IT
to lav iii accordance with
DENY POET HAS
Suggestion Made that Ratification    of
Agreement with U. S. Be Delayed
Until After Conference.
HAD SECOND STROKE
London, Feb. it���The l'nited States-
Canada reciprocity agreement occuj les
. a commanding place ln the
;'l:-l!   I oils, Ind , Feb. T.���Members
'    family   of   James Whitcomb  ,. .,���...��  .���        ;        ,���,.���,
I|N- this afternoon denied reports a commanding place ln the minus oi
"W he h id suffered ,, second attack the members of the new bouse of com
0 Parlyals. It. was said that be was ,���ons. This is made plain not only in
>'owly recovering from the first att|u* j Mr. Balfour's   demand   of   yest.ua
ultimate recovery    was   e.t-tbat   the  government   grant time ior
....   ,     Early    reports    stated    that'an  exhaustive  debate  on  the  mattei
ondltlon  was  critical, due tO   and for an
"tui
Is no company or individual going
from British Columbia to take part in
the festival, bul it is possible that a
choir from  Victoria will attend.
Entries are assured from Ontario,
Quebec, Manitoba. Saskatchewan and
Alberta and it Is the aim of the committee in charge to get musical and
(dramatic organizations from the maritime province to compete.
Information regarding all the events
may   be  obtained   from  the  honorary
I secretary, whose address is in care of
the Manitoba Free Press, Winnipeg.
on the compilation of   an    extensive
plan   of   road   building.     This   report
will show what the cost of improving  treasurer.  .��n;<s   ,,*.,,.*-^,,,.   ^, ���,  ��� 	
certain roads in the city with different   Mrs. Bird, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Drysdale.' in its cradle beside her bed
kinds of material will be and will en-  ���  I Coroner Borthwick, who took charge
able the council to adopt a comprehen-   _niI1I  rnmurnn  nrrniT the case' Sllys (leat', evidentl>' was
sive plan of in.roving all the streets    |]HAI\   llnllnrKS   KlSlNI ullle t0 suffocation, caused by the bed-
  IllllrtM   UIIU II 111 J   HLOI.il I dothes, which  had been accidentally
rmrniup till E I'll HUT   thrown across the child's face.    Mrs.
ELI SUN & VILE bHAKUb <j��*����r returned to ^r room in the
; Burdo     apartments,     709     Columbia
  ' street, at    1 a.m., from    her    night'-?
I work.    She says she awoke at    three
Winnipeg Men Brand as False State-  o'clock and fed the baby, then returned
to sleep, not reawakening until    ten
CO TO  PRISON  FOR YEARS
ARBOR DAY IS PLANNED.
Santa Rosa, Cal., Feb. T.���Dr. Willard P. Burke, convicted of dynamiting
the tent house oi I u Kttn Smith on
the g-oi of bis sanitarium on the
night of . V-iiary 5, 1010, wns sent-
I enced toda>, p.- Superior Judge Sea-
well to ten . ears imprisonment ln
San Quentin. Previous to passing
sentence the judge heard arguments
on a motion for a new trial, which
was denied. After judgment was pronounced the attorneys for Dr. Burke
gave notice of an appeal.
nents of B. C. Minister that Hill
Financed Campaign.
clock.
ELECT OFFICERS.
an.l ias
:��� ���. i
11\ e    UOUCM k;    ....
amendment  to the address
��� attack, and that he was un-  in reply to the speech
'"cognize friends.
I.nnih
Marie Hall Weds.
Feb. T.���Marie    Hall,    the
married In Lon-
;   was ,,uietly  ^^_^^_
'"" fecentlj to her business manager,
. ' '*��� Baring,    Miss Hall has made
�������� In the l'nited    states.    Canada
and m ^^^^^
Central   Park  Progressive  Association
Will Inaugurate Movement,
t'entral Park, Feb. T.���Eugene Clove-
.         land presided over a large attendance
... ..r-.    - _ from the throne j of 'he Central Park Progressive asso-
on the subject, but by Innumerable in \ elation in Bingay ball last night. The
terpellatlons to be made tomorrow, secietary proposed that an Arbor Day
Among these will be a request that ibe Instituted ou which ornamental
Colonial Secretary llarcourt ask the I Been should be planted, and it was. de-
Canadian government to postpone thelcidei to work for that object,
ratification of Ihe agreement until thel Tlie present telephone arrangements
imperial conference haB been held.      |ln the district came In for some
HATPIN   STARTS
NEW ORLEANS FIRE
My other countries.
!*������������������������������������������
Postpone Discussion.
Ottawa,   Feb.   K��� At    the   re-
'   '  Of the opposition,  wllich
time lo study  the recl-
procitj   agreement,   discussion
on th
6 measure was postponed
until Th,,,
III.MU
rsday,   The   govern-
discussed    it    In    caucus
lay  and  was  unanimous
" of giving the measure
"nmediate effect,
��� ���
���������������������������������������������
The members are also anxious to
know whether the British cabinet was
consulted In tin- negotiations between
Washington and Ottawa, and if the
"nlted King lom will be able under the
agreement to send its products to the
''nlted States at ihe same tin iif ra'es
enjoyed by Canada.
Lumber Baron Dead.
Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 7.���Mrs. R.
', McCormick. widow of It. I.. McCormick. millionaire lumberman of Tacoma, is on her way north today with
���he body of her biishnnd. McCormick
died at the Hotel Sacramento hern
qnrly Sunday morning from the effects
of pulmonary complications.
N'ew     Orleans,     Feb
holder of a police record  which
eludes murder and vicious assault, the
long hatpin today was indicted for an
other offence, that of starting a fire
Investigation at a blaze in Desoto
street, showed the authorities that a
girl of the house burned, inserted a
long hatpin in her millinery and in
turning from a mirror struck a lamp,
knocking it to the floor and causing
an explosion.
Forest Fire Losses.
n-ds of trade wuu    ai    Portland,  Ore.,   Feb.  7.���Final    re-
their co-operation   in  ports of the forest flre losses in Ore-
t      ..   ,.���a  w���ol,t .���trm   which  have  lust
^^^^ ftritic-
ism. A general discussion upon the
freight rates on the interurban line
follow? I, the progress made in approaching the surrounding municipal
councils and boards of trade with a
view tfi gaining
Winnipeg, Feb. 7.���Officials of tho
Manitoba Grain Growers' association
vigorously resent the charges made by
the Hon. Price Ellison in the British
Columbia legislature yesterday, Tbey
say that tl.e statement regarding the
alleged bribe by J. J. .Hill is a base
and ridiculous lie.
One of them remarked.    "When    a
���"7;^'reat'y  minister of the crown stoops to make
ln"  such an    Improbable    statement    tbe
situation is becoming alarming."   .
R. C. I lenders,    president    of    the
Grain  Growers' association,    said  tonight,  that  the  National  Council    of
to meet    ln
John Hendry It Vice-President of the
Canadian Forestry Association.
Toronto, Feb. 7.���George Chown.
registrar of Queen's university, was
elected president, and John Hendry.
of Vancouver, vice-president, of the.
Canadian Forestry association at the
convention which concluded its sessions here today.
Winnipeg was chosen as the meet
Ing place for the next convention.
Virden Mill Burned.
Vlrden,  Man., Feb.  7.���The Virden
flour mill was burned to the ground
today.   The Insurance on the building
Agriculturists, which is     ,
Regina shortly, will have to put it up  was $10,000.
to Hon. Price Ellison to prove or re
tract his statement that James J. Hill | Australian Won Fight,
financed the recent deputation to Ot-1 Sydney, N'ew South Wales. Feb. 7.���
tawa to the extent of $50,000, or any Dave Smith, the Australian middle-
other sum. i weight    champion,    defeated    Johnny
1 Thompson, the American pugilist, ou
points In a twenty-round contest.
agilating for a reduction of rates being reported.
Ruef Wins Point.
San Ftanclsco, Feb. 7.���An attempt
by Attoriey General V. S. Webb to induce the state supreme court to rescind Its recent order giving Abe Ruef
a new trial failed here today "
POLICE RUSH TO
gon and Washington, which have Just
been made, show that approximately
700,000,000 feet of timber was destroyed in the conflagrations last year.
English  Bantam  Easy Winner,
New York, Feb. 7.���Sammy Kellar,
England's    champion    bantamweight,
i easily outpointed Tommy  llouck,    of
iw  .,.��, .....^...        Webb I Philadelphia, in  a ten round bout  at.
Mad asked immediate consideration of | the Olympic A. C. last night,    lvellar
his  motloi,  but  the  matter  was  pit.   scored the only knockdown.    He was
.over lor t\'o weeks. clearly  Houck's superior all the way.
SCENE OF RIOT
Salt Lake City, Feb. 7.���In response ]
to a call for police assistance, a sued il
train carrying fifty police and deputy
sheriffs left this city nt noon for Ketil'-
worth, a coal mining district loo miles
south, near Helper, on the Rio Grande
railroad.
A riot is reported to be In progress
at the Independent Coal company'-,
mine, In which one man has been
killed.
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**, Typhoid Still Raging.             *y
��� Ottawa, Feb. 7.���The typhoid   ���
��� fever outbreak shows   no sign   ���
��� of abatement, forty new cases   ���
��� having developed sines yester-   ���
; ��� day.    The   cases to date total   ���
��� 469 and all the hospitals are . ���
��� full. ���
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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TO   LKT���    LARGE   FRONT    BED-
room  suitable  lor  two    gentlemen.
liath.    Apply  219    Mowat  street,    off
Queens avenue, west end.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
NINE and a half acres on Austin ancl
Rochester roads, adjoins new B. C.
golf links and Twin City subdivision.
A profitable investment to the sub-
divider. Price $0000; one-third cash.
balance easy.
IIBEL SUIT AGAINST
PROVINCE
FORESTRY BRANCH ISSUES
BOOK ON FOREST PRODUCTS
WANTEW���AT TH
and Door factory,
Apply at once.
3  WALSH  SASU
shingle   sawyers.
FIFTY acres at mouth of Pitt river.
opposite St. Mary's Hill; one-quarter
mile deep waterfront. See us tor
s] eeial rates.
 j DELTA  (Tilbury  Island)���2580 feet of
  Two-fifths of Canadian Lumber Is Pro-
YoUng DoctOl',  Aggrieved at        duced In Ontario���Production of
Criticism, Loses Action for
$25,000 Damages.
Square Timber Declining.
' about    thirty-four   families   residing
there, and they claim the right  to remove the houses erected by them or
'purchased   from   other   parlies,   and
; state that  they  have  paid  relit  to the
j C.   I'.  Ft.  I'm' the use of lhe land.    In
the meant ime they are obtaining legal
advice in the matter.    The town council ha.s offered them lots on the town's
portion of the town site at very nominal figures in order to help them out of
their difficulty.
WANTKD TO RENT ��� COTTAGE, |
superior shack or unfurnished rooms I
in Westminster or on car line. Only j
replies giving rent and full particulars attended io. Box 203, Nortn
Vancouver.
the deepest waterfront
river.    See us for terms.
Praser
KENNEDY subdivision ��� 4.75 acres.
Price $2266; $1000 cash, balance C,
12 and IS months.
WANTED���NICE GIRL TO TAKE
care of two children afternoons from
one to six Apply -IS Royal avenue.
Apply during morning.	
WANTED���YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
Uie real estate and insurance business.   Apply 620 Columbia street.
BLACKSMITH   WANTS   WORK.
Kough or fine.    Apply 111 Twelfth j
street, city.
CHILLIWACK���Ideal ranch of 160
acres; all cleared, water on property.
$200 an acre; terms easy.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
i   Real  Estate. Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.      646 Columbia St.
Vancouver, Feb.7.���Mr. Justice Greg
ory yesterday delivered judgement dis
missing with cosls a suit for $-
damages for alleged libel brought by
Dr. Frederick W. Brydone-.Iack, medical officer for the city schools, against
the Province newspaper.
Dr. Brydone-.lack is a son of Dr.
W. I). Brydone-.Iack, a veteran member of the school board. The following report of .lustice Gregory's judgment is the official transcript, furnished by the court stenographer
The forestry branch of the   department, of the interior, Ottawa, has just j
issued  a   bulletin  on  lhe  forest,  products of Canada for 1909.
The book just published is compiled |
iiiio   by ll. R. Macmillan, B. S. A. M. 1-'. and '
contains  interesting information  concerning the variety and value of the!
forest  products of the  various   provinces.   The tables and test of the bulletin  give  the details of the   quality j
and value of the cut by province* for j
for I'.ios and 1909.
The cut of each species  is discussed |
separately, together with the quantity
of the same species manufactured in |
"16 seems to me the plaintiff in this  the l'nited States.
WANTED���WE    HAVE    TWO    CLI-
ents who wish to purchase five or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern    Crown    Bank    block.    Tele-
p'lone cso-       -Train  Service New
WANTKD ��� LADY WISHES WORK'
9
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
by the day. Serve tea in evening or
care for children. Apply M. P., News
office.
WANTED  ���  CARPENTERS,      ME-
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
end build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on street
car line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own home
for residence, rent or sale, or we
will build you a home to sut on
small monthly payments. Call
he_if & Blumer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, (Tel. 8365), or tll3 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel
����7.   Open evenings till 9 p.nr	
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver  and
R.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved. with buildings. In the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
5>snd. 62 Hastings street east.
Agas-
Kootenay
(No. 96).
eattle and
Nicola.
Vancouver
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.
19: 20���From Vancouver,
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg ancl
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 07)
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay
Montreal  (No. 96).
17:50���To Agassiz ar.d Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
Ni-
ind
TO  RENT.
TO LKT ��� COMFORTABLE BED-
room for one or two gentlemen:
half block from city car line. -117
Fourth street.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���HOUSE, 428 ELEVENTH
street, built for owner. Enquire ou
joh. or call at 40�� Eleventh Btreet.
KOH. SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
FOR SALE  OR  RKNT  BY  OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth ,
street.   Apply on premises for par-i    jan  ;jit peh. n,
ticnlars, or 512 Fourth street, New j TO  HARDY   BAY
Westminster, B. C.
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service*
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.    Iroquois    Sunday    nights    and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Feb. 4, 18.
TO QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.  m	
action  would  have  better  shown  bis
qualifications for the practice of medicine, and for public office by Ignoring
what has been said in The Province,
it is only by examining article closely
with a mind lilled with prejudice and a
desire to  find something to complain
of that any complaint  at  all  can   be ,
read into either of these articles.    So
far as the lirst article is concerned the
l aper    published    more    prominently
than the alleged libel itself, an apol-1
ogy,  which  had  been  settled   by   tho,
plaintiff's own uncle, acting as his representative and solicitor in the matter
-���I do not see what more it could do,
Of   Public   Interest.
"So far as the complaints referred to
in paragraph 5 of the statement-of-
clalm are concerned, it seems to me
they are nothing more than comment
upon a matter of public interest. Papers must be allowed to comment upon
such matters, if we are going to have
newspapers at all, and if tbey are go-;
ing to have any value in helping to:
guide tlie conduct of public men���papers would be unable to give any assistance whatever to the general public if they were not allowed to make
such comments as are made here. The
suggestion about chaperon, if you may
call it that, is as Miss Franklin, the
nurse, said, not a suggestion that the
plaintiff personally needed a chaperon, but a suggestion or Insinuation
against doctors in general.
"For my part 1 can not see anything
improper at  all  in  the suggestion as
to that, or that it is   any   reflection
against the plaintiff or doctors in general���she is the expert called by the
plaintiff to prove his injury, therefore
it seems to me the ease does not require or does not need any elaborate
discussion at my hands,    lt is perfect-
. ly clear to me that no libel was   in-
'tended���and   no   libel   published���anJ
it would be absurd���the height of absurdity to give the plaintiff exemplary
: damages as his counsel asks, because
somebody has said lie was a man   of
mediocre attainments���even  if  it  had
been  said  in  reference  exclusively  to
his skill as a physician.   He Is a young
I man of just over a year's experience,
, and  when he has a few more years'
j experience    1 think    he wiil probably
I come to the conclusion that he is not
i as wise now as he thought he was, and
that he  has profited  greatly   by   bis
j practical  experience, which   is, after
all, one of a   successful   practioner's
greatest  assets.      His record  for his
It is worthy of note that Ontario
produces two-fifths Of the Canadian
lumber, thai spruce is the leading Canadian species, that only 0 per cent
of the wood produced ln Canada is
hardwood, and that more hardwoods
are imported each year than are produced domestically.
The production of square timber for
export is shown to have declined to
such an extern that only one-twelfth
as much  is produced as formerly.
The Bulletin, which is neatly gotten
up. can be obtained by writing to R.
11. Campbell, superintendent of forestry, department of the interior, Ottawa.
USE ONLY THE BEST
Ilium!
PERFUMED
LYE
is hb standard article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
Tor m��Klng soap, softening water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
alnKs. closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A con
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
C.W.GILLETT .^rTA^|
TORONTO.ONT.
New Westminster
Mail Service
via c
'lime
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"losing.
1 It.   B'
Time
of
Arrival:
20;00���United States
Idaily excepl .
8:30���Vancouver via n ,- E ,,' lj��
(daily excepl Sunday)   ,,
13:00���Vancouver via Q  C  ,,  *' ,;3��
(daily  except   , , ,���'   '
18:00���Vancouver via I: <���  ,, ,,     ��
(daily except Sunday)',,.,..
8:30-Victoria via ���. c, ,, ,( 1Mo
(daily excepl Sunday)'  -
13:00���Victoria   via   I!,   c.   ,.;' K'
(dally  except   Sunday)   -.
7:30���United states via q n ,,'
(daily excepl s n dav).' -
15:60���United states \j;i ,; x ,{ '
ulaiiv  except Sunday),^
12:10���All   points   east  ami
lope   idaily)   	
23:00���All   points  east
rope (daily)
12:10���Sapperton      and
Mills      (dally
Sunday)
Sapperton and I
mills (dally e
Sunday)      	
Coquitlam    (dally
Central     Park
Eu.
and   _u.
P    s..;
except
30
���10
30
30
���15:��
20:00-
2-loll!: 00-
iaer
cept
15:15
(dailv
except
im.!   Ed-
except
MUST   VACATE    HOMES.
German   Squatters   at    Qu'Appelle
Quandary  Owing  to  Deal.
Qu'Appelle, Feb. 7���M. A. Beet
cently purchased that portion of
townsite belonging to the C. I'. R.
ing on the south side of the railway,
and as a result there is great excitement among the German squatters
who have been notified to pay rent or
vacate.     lt   appears   that    there    are
in
re
the
. iy-
SentJ)n Approval
To Responsible Ptfopts  '
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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*xttr.
LOST.
LOSt-^sr^ToK .MONEY IN A PINK
envelope. Somewhere between Royal
avenue and Second avenue. Finder
pienie return to Daily News office
and obtain reward.
28. I years seems to be exceptionally good,
LOGGING   CAMP  .in(i it js t0 bc regretted that he feels
...Every Thursday there has been any reflection upon
hlm. The public I am sure, will not
look upon it in that way.
8:30 a. m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK
SS. Beaver. I
X a.m Mondav, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesdav, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H.  VV.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
"The action will he dismissed with
costs." �� i . it i
B. P. Davis, K. ('.. and Douglas Armour, appeared for the defendant company, and .1. M. Price and A. C. Bry
done-Jack for the plaintiff.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada ?nd
Hmfoundland, ana ln London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
���iid interest allowe4. at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
ToUl  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
HONEYMOON   WAS   UNIQUE.
CONSIDERS SINGLE TAX.
. ****r**K
Selkirk Council Decides to Have Expert Inquiry Into Question.
Selkirk, Man., Feb. 7.���Selkirk took
the first step toward the establishment of the single tax principle tonight.    At a special meeting   of   the
First Woman to Enter Porcupine   Has
Just Gone  Back.
Porcupine, Feb. 7.���There was mutual surprise in the Porcupine, when council an exhaustive report upon tho
Mrs. Harry Reamsbottom and her husband reappeared at the Shuniah hotel
���she at the wonderful manner the
gold fleld haa developed, and the min-
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Gardiner & Gardiner*
ing people that the lady was so courageous as to pay her second visit in
mid-winter.
She was Immediately pointed out as
the llrst. lady who had entered the Porcupine. Her first trip here was made
a year ago last summer when the district llrst commenced to attract attention. The Reamsbottoms had just
been married when news of tbe gold
lields   leaked   out   and   they   at    once enue.
decided on the unique plan of spending      Land in the Selkirk distiict
.their honeymoon prospecting, with tbe
question of rearranging the tax system was given by the town's publicity
commissioner, liruce Campbell, iiiwin
behalf of the board of trade. After a
discussion of this repoit, in wliich
many of the taxpayers of the town
participated, the council unanimously
voted to hold an expert inquiry into
the whole question of taxation and
revenue, and to forthwith apply to the
provincial government at the coming
session for provision to gradually reduce their taxation upon buildings,
with the ultimate aim, if the movement, be found successful, of adopting
a land tax onlv for their municipal rev-
���n
has enhanced  in value recently, and as the
StopCheLeaks
inYourCoalBii
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Every pen . u irHMei
full li M ncli . (. j I
on i Ight hand i.kiy be Im
la     r.tlict    titir    M.111.la:
i.i.uk i paque pattern
. ou I -. akabte 'l iRUspai
t in. as ,'������ i* t ,\. ft hei   it
* plain er engraved finish
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a tvii. i   ft.t    ��� (I.an >   .' Un .-
I      "   I    r ,i    l:.l,,r  .  ���   i     ,
rail ��� in   .   . olhai n,.:-. a a,
��� n!,r*ly   ����t..!��.,. rs In ttarj    -
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Jxuli.ldl  .rlL
30-
10: no
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10:00r
0:00-
inonds
Sundayi
last   Burnaby   and   Burquitlam   idailv    except
11:00
.13:1
Cit
Gurney.Oxfoid
ive 20 per cent,
your coal bill.
Use
range ant
of '
ine
lie-re is
made
"Ch
the
by
ancellor" shown
inest steel range
���well   known
ie
UN
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(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
result that they both came here with  town   limits  include   5000   acres,  the
I the first rush. |town hopes by a readjustment of the
Mrs.  Reamsbottom  staked  the   five
Room K
*��hone 661
Westminster Trust Building  '''j11'"3 la,,er Ullicn over !'y th. 1Cr��WD
New Westminster, B. C. C h��rtei'ed   company   and    reali/.ed   a
very tidy sum on the sale.
taxation, to greatly encourage
ing and suburban development.
build-
Residence Phone  133
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
B23 Hamilton St., or
VanitHit Heating and Plumbing    Co. j amazed at the growth of the camp
Chimney    Sweeping,    Eavetrough | _  -
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
t*-s.H, Septic Tanks, Etc.. Etc.
The  trip  in  the  hardships   of   the
J jottrney  and   subsequent  rigors   and
I discomforts of tent life were too much
for  Mrs.   Hearsbottom, ,however,  and
she took so ill that she had to be carried out to the steel.   This is her first
I trip in since that time   and   she   is
Use   of   Foreign   Gold.
Washington,   Feb. 7.���The   treasury
department, bill authorizing the use of J
gold bullion and foreign coin in   pay-;
ment of gold certificates was passed
today.    It  Is intended to meet  a   de-'
ficiency in the present law, which pre-'
vents the issuance of gold certificates
'except on American coin.
i "a
Gurney - Oxford C< impa
There'., no better to be had
in the country. Made i:i
more style; and .izes than
any steel range i n thc market, with every late device
fur economy and convenience.
Material is the best J:o be
had, inside and "tit. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door' n wanning closet. Divided oven line, t i
insure even baking. Broiler top, Thermometer on
oven door if desired. Made
for coal or wood. Besides
these special feature.-
VThe OXFORD^
^ECONOMIZERS
(rill ��rcp slur lir�� (oini tl lowr<,l pottlbll
losl for furl. Will sa,r al l^.sl XI per etui,
ol In. (Oal >no i i.w us,, ond "ill Uk; tli
t.okini (dor, up ihr- (liimnr.
You'll Bnvo money nvrry day .mi
uso .-i Qurnoy;Oxford. And ulwnya . ��� t
mer' ntlafaotory reaulta from your
cooking
Lol m il ���ii.niisir.il !��� to .( n tht
" Eoorjomis r," a ul lho other (jumpy-
Oxford poind of superiority, fr. hot;
p -rfiTi, ii rdihI . iiw ean bo, Wo wl
uIro show you other Clumpy-Ox fold
jtovet .'ind rang"*for ovorv piirpawiuui
for iciv kind of fuel, < )-i d ��pluy tn
our floor* all thn tlmo.
(id   noqunlnfed    wilh    tha    !��.���'
known, I" m Hkeil Blnve�� nnd ranged in
nil Canada    And do i| now���for iK
Of your IJoukctbook.
Detroit.
Westminster
i
Transfer Co.
fair* 'Fbone 115.     Barn 'Pkone 1>1
Columbia Street-
IfMlTT*   delivered   promptly   *m
any part of the city.
Ugk and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
7 imber
B.C. Mills
and  Trading
Q.
i ny,- * ���
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kind, of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK, FISH   BOXES     LARGE     8TOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS. '       . . |  .    ygft,
Poyai City Planing Mills Btatc't	
Telephone  12 New Westmintter ' """""   """
Box   u/
ri'U'.-.'.iiy,
and    Satur-
Sunday
-Timberlartd, Strawberry
Hill and South West-
minster (Tuesday and
Friday)      U:30
-Ladner,     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island  i3;3i|
-Annievllle,  Sunbui j
except   Sunday      13.3.
-Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday an 1 Friday      13-.30
10:00���Woodward.
Thursday
day     	
Vancouver.    Piper's   Siding     via     (',.     N     1:
idaily ..- cept S in I
30���Cloverdale and P       ���
(daily excepl  Sunda;    '
11:30���Clayton   (Tui Bday,   1
day,   Fi iday   and   S it-
day       	
11:30���Tynehead    (Tui and
Friday I  1S:M
8:30���Burnaby  Lake Id llj except  Sunda-.'        i$:04
JO:00���Abbotsford, Mai il Huntington, eti .
cept Sunday)     "-.*'
15:46���Crescent, White Hock and
Blaine     (daily    es 1
Sunday 1       ":j(
15:46���Hall's Prairie. Fern Kidge
and Hazlemi n .Tuesday, Thursd ty and S it-
Railway Time Tables
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Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
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The Oven
Of a Range
HPHAT a perfectly constructed,
���*��� air-tiglit oven will bake better with half tho fuel than a#
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. Tho Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, nnd is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed ln this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as cau be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too* ���
Note tke illuitrationi.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
B* C. E. R. We��tm!nitar Branch.
W����k Day Scheoule.
Car* leave Vancouver for New Weil
miaster at 5:50, 6:5u, 7:20 and l:M
a.m., and every half hour UereaUd
Ul 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every halt hour the*
��ft��r until  11:00 ��_ in.
Sunday Scheduit.
Cars leave Vancouver for New fftfl1
Blaster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., ni
���very half hour thweatUr Will
11:31 p.m.
Out leave New Westminster for Vancouver at ��:00 a.m., and BTerj IW"
hour thereafter until 11 pm.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New West minster at "
n.m. and every hour until 11 P"1
Care leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays ears leave Vancouver ��l
fi a.m. to 10 p.m.
0.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manage.,
Westminster.
New
Great Northern Railway.
Leaves   New    Westminster
a. 111.; arrives Seattle 3 15 1' '"���
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p.
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves    New    Westminster
p. in.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.*
Leaves   New   Westminster   :
a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:46 a,
Leaves   Seattle  S:H.r>  a.m.;
Now Westminster 2:h() p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m.
N'ew  Westminster 5:56 P- m.
Leaves   Seattle  4::i.r>  P- M1-:
New Westminster H::i.r> l>  "'
Leaves  Seattle  11:46  p.m.!
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
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4:28
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arrives
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Leaves New Westminster djjMj
cept   Sunday   from  bridge  PB8Mj��rt
station   8:60  p.m.;   arrives at
Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves   Port   Quiohon   8:00  ^
dally, except Sunday; arrives *
Westminster bridge passed, u
10:20 a.m.	
G.   N.   R.-Surr.S��   Branch.
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bridge passenger Btatlon, r* ept
minster,   10:20   a.m.   oa��J
Sunday.                           ..... t>rldg��
Leaves   New   Westmlnstei ^
passenger station 3:60 ''���    ,'iSunda.
Bumas 8:00 p.m. dully excej w
EDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRWt
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what you have to sell.   Advertise strongly and sensibly.
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town.   Let the people know
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and better than anyone else's.
Remember, you have to tell
them; no use sucking thumbs
and expecting the people to
grow wise.
Advertise !
Advertise !
Advertise!
AND   LET   YOUR   MEDIUM   BE
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,
The Daily News
COWARDLY   ATTACKS   UPON   MR.
FIELDING.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1    The savagery and meanness  of  thc
Published by The Daily News Publish-  Peri��dical  attacks   upon   Hon.   W.   S.
ing Company, Limited, at their offlces,  Fielding over the presentation to him
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria  by his friends, of a fund are repellent
Streets. ,0  ajj   decent   Canadains,  irrespective
��mv    ^r-v.���^ ~       -^.^^ -^   a**   Qf  party   affiliations.    The  recent   at-
E. A. Paige Managing Director tempt to make the failure of the Farmers' Bank the occasion for renewing
Ithe assar.lt in an aggravated form has
called forth the sharp condemnation of
the Kingston Standard, a Conservative newspaper.   The Standard says:
"We cannot see how any
advantage is to be gained out of ihe
statement put In circulation by sundry people and newspapers that \V.
R. Travers contributed $2500 to the
fund wliich made up the purse to Hon
Mr. Fielding, minister of finance. In
the first place there seems no warrant or foundation for the statement,
and in the second place it, is one of
; those petty, miserable, nasty charges
, that  usually do their originators mon-
FISCAL POLICY Of
BRITAIN IS ATTACKED
Chamberlain Will Move Opposition Amendment to
Address on Fiscal Question
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
A LAW AGAINST HARMFUL DRUGS
The Free Tress of Winnipeg editorially says that in the wide spread attention wliich attached to the announcement at Ottawa of the terms of   the
reciprocity agreement with the United
States, a Government Bill of much interest, which passed the second read- ham than good���and per contra, usu
ing and committee stage last Thursday  ally do more good than harm   to the
has not received the notice in the press   person or perse-ns at whom they are di
reports  which  its  importance  merits
and which it would    otherwise    liave
had.    This is the    hill    of Mr. \\". 1..
.Mackenzie King, minister of labor, to
forbid under severe penalties the im-
ixirtation, manufacture, sale or use of
opium, morphine and cocaine for other
A. E. Kellington
1911.
R. D. Hendry |j
Prof. W. G. Alexander
Of  Fowler   K-   Wei's  Co.,  New  York,
in his series of
Delightful   Lecture   Enter-
Irected. Fair play in politics is. it
1 seems to us, as necessary as fair play
in business���hut this charge is not
fair, it is merely contemptible, for we
1 know land it was announced at the
; time) that Mr. Fielding has never been
; told, has not known and does not
! want to know who were the eontrib-
  I utors to his fund.    For our own part
than scientific or medicinal purposes.! we have fe]t that it could not possibly
As originally introduced in the House j make any difference to him in his offi-
in  Xovember last, it dealt  only with   cial capacity or conduct.   If he is hon-
the opium traffic and the opium habit.
As a result of further investigation by j
the department of Labor its scope was,'
however, enlarged so as to include also ,
morphine, cocaine, and, if necessarv,
other habit-forming drugs wliich may
.be subject to similar abuse.
ii  provides that every  person who
Imports,   manufactures,   sells,  or   has
in his possession opium, morphine, or
cocaine for other than    scientific   or
medicinal purposes is liable on summary conviction to a fine not e>:ceed
in.   $500 and costs, or to Imprisonment
for a term not exceeding one year, o.-
ro both line and imprisonment.    Provision is also made for the strict regulation of the sale or opium, morphine
and cocaine by both wholesale and retail druggists.   A record must be kept
of all sales, and in the case of retail
druggists the drugs in question shall
only lie sold upon the authority   of   a
written     prescription   or   order of a
physician, veterinary surgeon, or dentist;    aud    any druggist who fails    to
beep a proper record of sales or who,
without proper  authority,    uses    any
prescription on  more than one occasion, is liable to prescribe 1 penalties.
Any  physician signing a prescription
or order for the filling of which opium,
morphine, or cocaine is required, unless these drugs are intended for medicinal purposes or for the treatment of
the individual for whom they are prescribed, i.s to be liable   to   prescribed
j enaltles.
The Minister of Labor, in predentin ,
the bill for second reading, pointed ou'
that the subject with which it dealt
���was f.r.e not al j::e of domestic, but of
International importance. In this connection reference was made to tlie
resolutions In 'a-or of the suppression
of the opium habit, and of the opium
traffic which weie adopted by an Internationa! Conference in Shanghai, at
which Canada was represented, in
190D. As a result of the legislation
adopted by the Dominion parliament
in 1A08, the manufacture of opium in
Canada has been completely suppressed. The importation of opium into '
Canada has, however, continued in
spite of police vigilance. One of the i
objects of the piesent measure is    to
London, Feb. 7.���Notice was given
political 1 in the house tonight of the official opposition amendment to the address ou
the fiscal question.
The following are the terms of tho
amendment which Austin Chamberlain
will move tomorrow:
"The house expresses regret that the
persistent refusal of His Majesty's
government to modify the fiscal system of the country which is imperilling the advantages at present derived!"- ~.~~*~* rT XT   ,
by Hritish commerce from the prefer- tamments on Human Nature
ST.  PATRICK'S  HALL.
Every night, beginning Tuesday,
February 7.
Admission,  First  Night  Free.    Collection Taken.
Public examination on the stage of
four   or   more   ladies   or   gentlemen
selected by the audience at the close
of each lecture.
Private consultation daily from 10
a.m., at the Professor's parlors, Rub-
: sell hotel.
ChaBgeof^ Busines:
The real estate and insurance firm of Kellington 1
Bros, will in future be known as Kellington & Hen- B
dry; Mr. R. D. Hendry, who is well and favorably 1
known to citizens of New Westminster and district, |
having gone into partnership with Mr. A. E. Kelling. 9
ton. The new firm will conduct their business
their offices in the Northern Crown bank block.
ence granted by the dominions overseas, has deferred tho commercial
union of the empire and deprived the
country of the most effective method
of inducing foreign countries to grant
I fair terms lo Britisli manufacturers.'
Kellington & Hendry
Real Estate, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Northern Crown Bank Block [
Phone 680. Columbia street entrance.       P.O. Box, 40
CITY MAY GRANT TWO
FRANCHISES ON SAME STREET
est���and we think he is���the gift
would not make him dishonest. If he
is dishonest, the gift would not make
him more so. But however this be,
one thing is certain and that
is that no harm will come to him
through innuendos and sneers that are
not worthy of any decent newspapei
or any decent man. It is a greal
thing to know how to play a game,
even a political game, fairly."
The  attacks  cn   Mr.  Fielding  have
been cowardly  and malignant.    They
have proceeded largely from those superior journals who have heen prone
to in-each the duty of the public man
in office to give his whole time and
ability to his public duties, taking no
thought cf his private responsibilities
or  tlie  possibilities  of   the   morrow.
This is what  Mr. Fielding has done.
He has given, for twenty-seven years,
his  whole life to his country, to the
exclusion of every other interest; and
now, as he approaches old age  with
Impaired  health, he has been placed
beyond the fear of want  by a molest
provision,  made  anonymously  by  his
friends.   Tl.e transaction is creditable
to all concerned���to Mr, Fielding and
io  the  unknown  donors;   and   it   degrades  our  political  life to the  level
of the jungle that it should he mad_>
the occasion  for wanton attacks  upon the honor and probity of Mr. Fielding.���Winnipeg Free Press.
San Francisco, Feb. 7.���That a
municipality may grant more than one
franchise for the use of the same
street by rival street railways was the
decision of l'nited States circuit court
of appeals of ninth district here today,
when it hei 1 that It had no jurisdiction
in the case of the Seattle Electric
company against the Seattle, Renton
it Southern Railway company.
The second named corporation obtained a franchise to operate a line on
a Seattle street occupied by the first.
The United States court of Western
Washington then granted a perpetual
injunction to the Seattle Electric company forbidding its rival to operate on
the street in question. Tlie case was
carried on appeal to the appellate tribunal.
The matter has been brought before
the federal courts on the ground thai
a constitutional measure was involved
inasmuch as the Seattle Electric company maintained that its property was
being taken from it without due process of law. The appellate court held
that no constitutional right had been
violated and ordered the bill of complaint  dismissed.
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gasoline engines
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3Mi  to
2 and
H. P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster In n Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.    ^^^^
Westminster.
STEEL BOUNTIES  MAY  BE
RENEWED   IN   CANADA
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| Correspondence \
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i The Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
ANTI-VACCINATION.
Montreal.    Feb. 7.���Much    curiosity
was aroused in the streets today when
ii   became known  that  an  Important
conference had taken place at the
Windsor hotel on Saturday, in which
Finance .Minister Fielding, Premier
Murray of Nova Scotia. Hon. A, K.
McLean, attorney-general of Nova
Scotia. E. M. McDonald. M. P. to"
Pictou, and President .1. II. Plummer.
of the Dominion .Steel corporation participated.
The subject of the ci nference, which
was a protracted one, is understood to
have been in connection with the representations that have heen made to
the Dominion government by tho
Canadian steel interests looking to a
, renewal of the bounties.
\\'<ile none of these present would
make any announcement as to the outcome of the conference, the general
feeling  is  that  the    government,    in
' view of the vital importance of the
steel Industry to the Dominion, will
meet the wishes cf those who are in
, the best positl ,:i to determine what
is required for the welfare of the industry and that a renewal of the
bounties will be seconded.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
3,500  Tons.   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/a Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S  WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert  for  Stewart.    S.   S.  "Prince
bert"  will   leave  Prince  Ruperl February .; and 17 tor Porl Si
Kincolith, Masse tt, Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedwaj   e
way, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit. London. Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature, and all In
apply to
HARRY O. SMITH. L, V. DRUCE,
City Pass, and Ticket Agnet. Commercial
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.   Phone 7100. P
GENERAL AGENCY TRANSATANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
Fruit  Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton,  British  Columbia
IT  IS  NOT TOO  EARLY TO    FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE  FOR  OUR   LISTS.
Clearance Sale
Did You f ver
OF
POSTAL SAVINGS
Washington.    Feb.    7.���The
savings hank today has the official O
K. of the U. S. post office department.
"If I had the necessary appropriation I would establish the postal savings hank in film additional cities tomorrow," said Postmaster-General
Hitchcock, after listening to the reports of the first month's operations of
���count the number of people stopping before a well lighted show  window    In    one    night ?     You     would
probably find that for every one stopping   between   seven   and   eight,   fou -
BANKS SUCCESS   sl"I�� between eight    and    nine,    and
  twelve hetween nine and ten,
postal I     ^'e are w""nK to aid you In takin -
Editor Dally News.
Sir,���May I say, through the
columns of your paper, that after a
short study some time past of the
theory of vaccination, the foul material that was injected into adults
and children, the horrible results that -.
sometimes accrued therefrom, and the i ,".e1*' s>'��,em-
|inability of vaccination to prevent the. <"*����������'�� here generally believe that
I disease of smallpox according to statis-; U,e l.'iinks have Pa8Bed tl,c experiment-
tics, I beg to subscribe myself an oh- i ul s,,l^e-	
Ijector to having myself or family    in- _ ,    ear,r
������in^��� .,,  ,,,,. ���.___.... .���^u���,.,,   ,,    ,., ; oculaied,  and   thai,   contrary   to    thel     ..        , 8_     _,/' ..
""^       "'  "u" ���"<"""" -����- .o    -" some vouths       New  Yr,rk-  Ke,)-  "-���The  Melropoli-
make more effective the regulations in I statement made that only some youtns company   announces   thai
I have  mentioned  resistance,  there  are , ,   " "' wmiiiiuuj    auuuuuiea    lu��i
this respect. also many adults in this and every city'ltB three-year contract  with  Bnriqut
The prohibition of the Importation, I who also object.
manufacture, sale and  use of cocaine!     it is obvious that   cleanliness   and
ror other than scientific and medicinal   fnnltation   can   defy  this  disease   tar
; belter than liinoculalion with a sei uiu.
purposes, is based on   representations!    The large (.i|y (if |,el,.���st,���.   in ,.;���,.
Which have heen made to the Domin-  land, amid a  scourge of smallpox  re-
ion government    from    Montreal    and  SlSted   tbe   vaccination  law,  and     her
elsewhere, respecting the prevalence magistrates   granted   no   convictions
,      .   ... ,  , , and  she had  no smallpox  in  her  hur-
rot the cocaine habit In certain centres, jder8   beoaUBe slle ,,.,,, a(1.pU;(] ..(.j(v
advantage of this, but your windows
should be well lighted.
Phone 7H1 for further particulars.
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
Ladies and Children's
Wear
Tht
A. J. BIRTCH
W hite House 617 Columbia Street
Caruso, the tenor, which expired this
spring, vvill be renewed on a basis of
12200 for each of approximately 100
performances a year, This is an ad
vance of $200 a performance over the
present contract.
save,   an
and the deplorable results which have
already attended the growth of this
hi I ii. Mr. Archibald, Dominion parole
officer, states that 12 to 15 per cent,
of all the young offenders with whom
he came Into contact attribute 1 their
-downfall to drugs. Hy this legislation
���Canada is not merely helping itself,
but is also taking part in a world-wide
movement. Similar legislation ls en-
���Raging Ihe attention of the Congress
���ot the l'nited States at the present
lime.
This legislation belongs to the same
<!lasn as the bill for the prohibition of
the use of white phosphorus in the
manufacture of matches. The purpose
of legislation of this kind is the conservation of human life and of human
���well-being. A great deal has been said
about the conservation of our natural
resources. Hut natural resources are
for the use of man and not for the destruction of human life. The first of
the natural resources of Canada are
Cleanliness" as her motto.
I know, Mr. Kdltor, how hard It is
lo protest against some idea thai
seems lo be established, but I claim
that the case for smallpox is no:
proved and therefore I ask the right to
enter your columns, and ask all antl-
vaccinationists to do the same, and (ill
our jails, if necessary.
Vhe   antl-vaccinationists   forced   n
conscientious objectors clause Into the
compulsory vaccination bill    In    Hng-
,land, and that shows that It was far
I from being regarded as a necessity; In
fact, the opposite Is suggested, and    I
i claim that we should have thn same
right to conscientiously object If wo
wish.
Yours In protest,
A. ARKWRIGHT,
428 Eleventh Street.
New Westminster, February 7, 1011.
Indians' Revivals.
Pen lleton, Ore., Feb. 7.���Revival
meetings for the conversion of while
people In lhe vicinity of Pilot Rock,
fifteen miles Bouth of Pendleton, are
being held  hy  five full-blooded    lima-
BREWSTER ASKS SOURCE
OF ELLISON'S KNOWLEDGE
Member for Alberni Seeks Information
Concerning   Minister's  Remarkable Statement.
BUYING FURNITURE FROM US
6 lb. Blankets,
Comforters,
Rugs,
Morris Chairs,
$2.65
$1.45
95c. and up
$3.00 and up
Victoria, Feb. 7.���II.    Hrewster,    In
continuing the debate on W. II. Hay-
ward's resolution    protesting   against
reciprocity   agreement,  said   thut
the
_ tllla    Indians    at    the    Presbyterian
the health and welfare of tho Canadian I church.    The meetings are well    at-
i.oo< le. tended.
the house should await furl her particu
lars before taking any action ln tho
matter.
He wished to know Hon. Price Fill-
son's authority for his statement In
regard to .1. J. inn contributing $50.
000 to aid the prairie farmers In the
fight for reciprocity, He claimed that
the duly taken off wheat, lish und
lumber must confer great, benefit on
many people in the Dominion.
The premier moved the adjournment
of the debate. |l
Premier   McBride   announced   thai I
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of public works, was lo be the new minister
of railways.
Bed, Spring and Mattress,       $7.95
Dressers,
Centre Tables,
Wilki
$9.50 and up
$1.65
Call and see us
Jute Rugs, 98c.
Japanese Mats,
25 cts.
Axminster
Squares,
Phc
707
SUCCESSORS TO  FRED  DAVIS.
"The Men Who Save You Money"
655 Front St. New Westmin^' EDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTING NEWS
CON JONES FIGURES
ON HAVING GOOD fEAM
Annual Meeting of Vancou-
Lacrosse Club Takes
place on Friday.
track, and  his withdrawal from    tho'
i.ther events in wliich he was ent< re I
l.amy had won the final of the   220
yards  before  the- mix-up in  die half
mile,    lie appeared to be in  his besl
form, and there was promise of keen
contests in the othei  cm.nts of   the
card.     His   withdrawal     marred     the
n sl of the program, although Wheeler,
of  Montreal, and  Kaad, of    Chicago,
made close contests of Hie two other
I big events, the one mile and the three
 . i miles.    Wheeler won the former, with
KT��     ii      i    ��xtt   TTm.ii ��       Kfad second, and Kaad won the latter
-New Head of N.L.b Will See   wlth Wheeler in second place.
PRESIDENT TALKS ON
LACROSSE MATTERS
ver,    Feh.    7.���The   annual
meeting ol    the Vancouver    Lacrosse
i c held this week on Friday
:,i  the National Sports    club.
Ident, Con  Jones,    has    not
(���thing yet in regard to signing
i] the ' .>iiiin.   season, but he
. B no difficulty in getting to-
. strong team when the proper
rrlve8     Messrs.   Lionel   Yorke,
3      , 0wan, ami    Matt    Harr    will
a .   pPear on tho executive of   the
���mi club.
aple  Leaf  Lacrosse club,  being active    membership    in
Columbia   Lacrosse aai i
this year, will have the honor
.  ..- the next  president of    the
in in   accordance   with   the
. i system   of   passing tha
iro ind.    Three seasons back
.nay. the present    honorar>
oi the Maple    Leafs,    was
That Capable Men Handle
Games Next Summer.
.- ii
:  the    association,    whll9
.    .,. tminster and Vancouver have
ors in turn sine then.
Griffith,    Harry    Pickering,
Howard and Hilly West    are
iver players  who are be-
by < astern clubs.   The Te
Toronto   are aftei tbem
are carrying round    fat
is whli li only require theli Big
It   is  hardly   likely   thai   air.
will desert the Vancou-
.evei   ni gel prettj good p iy
,- go (l Jobs,   Griffith
i Toronto this wee';.
��� . la Ing back a cou] e
. Tecumseh stars with
loni. the clever cenl ���
Is i ia- nf Uie men he hai
now,
PENNY   MATCHING"
COST  WINNIPEGGER
$2400    IN    CHICAGO
Feb. 7.���Samuel   Hutch-
t ol Winnipeg, says a
paper, who went to that city.
itlon of ii man wbo  had
...  in   a  "get-rich-quick"
icpovted to the Cen-
-   the  resull  ot   u
_:ime.  i layed  In a
.. had bl en swindled
Hi e i egan a search
Implicated In the un-
���  . I
:  :, sponsible for tho
Bed   inder the nam.- of .'
,1 told bis victim that
owner of the   hotel   t.>
...   was   taken   ill    In-
eet.   1 be otber two men wbo
me gave the names of
1       ���     Vu: -:n and "Bud," w hose last
...    an . uuiii not  learn.
rdlng to Hutchinson he came to
. al the requesl of Bradley to
in   -   i. Investment.   He was met at
In by Austin and taken to the
Ireel  hotel.    While he was
���!;���' game of matching pennies
Was proposed       The  stakes  climbed
mtll Hutchinson found himself
wli tiei to the extent of $300.
lci ordlng to bis Btory, Aus-
1 ild lie would play no more until
!- . ��� i if Hutchinson had any
capital    Hutchinson  proceeded  to a
'        o bank and drew $:Mil0.
'��������� ime was then re-opened. The
luck turned and Hutchinson lorn rapidly in a lew minutes $1000 was swept
sway from bim. The stakes were increased, and at last Hutchinson found
all bis monej gone. He complained of
foul play, bul the man lan. bed at htm
" him In the room on some
'>������'���" Hutchinson then Informed
el clerk and reported the gamb-
Toronto, Feb.   7.���President   James
Murphy,  of  the   National   Lacrosse
Union   has   i ei urned    from    Montreal
after agreeing to be the official   nnd
paid head of this lacrosse body for the
ensuing three years.    Mr. Murphy had
little informal inn to give out at   the
| present time as to what delinite plans
In-  will  carry out during  the   coming
i ason, as he as yet has had no time
to map them  out.    When asked  what
bis duties would be he said:    "1 will
bave the appointing of all officials for
games, and will make it an object to
get  capable men for all  games, the
jobs are open  for me to appoint   the
men I see tit, and I will see that  the
rules are enforced as far as possible
Will    Watch    Officials.
"1  will watch the work of the officials whom I appoint, and judge their
ability from what l see. and nol whal
the critics think.   Tbis will do away
with  tbe  bickering of the clubs  for;
officials,   and   I   hope  to   have   made I
public the names to handle the game ���
fully two days ahead.   There me several  things  that   have to be straight-
clad   out,  but   tbey  will  be  untangled
as  BOOH  as  the  new  rules  have  beea
drafted."
Can   Trade   or   Sell.
The new president thought that it
.was a good thing for the clubs to bj
able by mutual ag mi nl to trade or
sell p!a\ers. ns it v.nukl allow Of teams
to strengthen as thej saw tit "A
team can release a registered player
foi a substitute should the registered
player fall io live up to his contract,
oi fall to turn oul to practices," sail
Mr. Murphy, "and that is a rule thai
, i badlj ne. ..ed. i r some playei s
gel lazy because of the feeling ths;
they thought their jobs were (inched.''
Mr. Murphj said he was pleased that
bis election was unanimous, and that
all the clubs pledged him their support.
Successor   Not    Named.
When asked who nis successor as
manager   of   the    To:unto    Lacrosse
club would be,  Mr. Murphy said that
nothing   bad   been  decided.      "I   ask.   i
the directors a1 the meeting in Montreal to allow me until the firsl ol
April before Bevering my   connection
with the Ton.mos. ami thej all
:, : i ed Thei e are several affairs
thai I alone i im compli te for tl e dub.
and it will take me until then to do
so .I'isi who my successor will be,
though.   I   do   nol   know,   and    1   don'
Football on Saturday.
Tin- Rangers and Westminster Citv
will play a football game at Moody
square on Saturday afternoon. The
High school team will go to Vancou
ver to play a game with St. Andrew's
scliool at Recreation park.
Bill Carney Lands New Job.
Seattle.   Feb.   7.���Bill  Carnev,   who
piloted the   Calgary   club   into   the
championship of tlie Western Canada .
league List  year, has a new job.    Ho,
came to terms today with Rock Island i
in  the Three-I league, and  will  leave
the scene of his managerial triumph In
quest of new adventures.    Carney has I
i layed ball in the Pacific Northwest :
ior Beveral years.   He came here from
Minneapolis where he was a pitcher.
He .mined Spokane where he did such!
good  work with that,    club    that    he
eventually became   an   outfllder   and
was grabbed bj   Chicago.    Carnev remained in Chicago just long enough to
look over the field.    At  that he is a
good  outfielder and  a hard  hitter.
SYRIAN
COLONY
THE
IS
LATEST
MOVE
Edmonton,   Feb.   7 ���The   establish- '
ment  of Syrian   agriculturists   on   a
whole township of land at some point ,
in  Alberta  is the project  that   is being ad-..-.need by a. G. Coudst, a Syrian capitalist, who is in Kdmonton for '
the purpose of gathering  Information
las to land available in this district.
.-'-. ci-} nj   ol   Syrians   is   something
; new ti, Alberta.   There are   a few, a
!\er\ few. Syrians in the province and
the proposal to bring an entire colony ;
! of several hundred of this particular
class of southern Asians is somewhat
startling. Syria is in the southern
part ol Asia and includes Palestine
and the Holy Lan 1.
According   to   Mr.   CpudBi,   lie  Syrians  whom  he proposes to bting   arj i
betier class of agriculturists who have]
been forming in a small way and who
aie the descendants of the grain growers   and   market   gardeners   who   are.
sometimes   referred   to   in   the    Scrlp-
They  are an  intlusirious  race,
and are desirious of removing to western Canada, where they believe that
their fortunes will be bettered.
lt is Mr. Coudsi'8 intention if possible, to procure an entire township of
land for his proposed colony, some bl
whom lie savs will come this spring
and some next spring. Ile saw s mi
of the governmenl officials with \
view to flavin, a township of lan 1 re
served fur bim. but of course tbis is
impossible under homestead regulation in  this country     It  will be DOC
know of an> one else that would
know." Mr. Murphj Bald the nexl
meeting of the N. I. C. would beheld
In Toronto on the second Saturday in
April, and that Lou Solman is the
president   untll  thai   time       At  this
! meeting  tlle  schedule  will   be  drafted.
���nary for the Syrians to come out and
homestead the land for themselves in;
Uie ordinary way.    Mr. Coiidsi believes]
j that his people would do well In Alberts.
GERMAN
and the business of
WOUld  be cleaned  up.
tbo old   regime
BOWLING
The Westminster bowlers certainly
made good ill Vancouver lasl night
when tbey won from a fast Vancouver
team by a majority of 121 pins. Three
of the Westminster men did some llrst
elass bowling, Pike landing on thi
pins in the last game tor a score of
The details:
In,.
-  18 in the police.
Edmonton   and   Lacrosse.
ll the hockey season Is well
I   ind the baseball fans are
Whal  sort of a league is In
;       for tl em this spring. It is time
' rosse enthusiasts of Bdmon-
1 a  up and  arouse some In-
' C in da's national game, says
ton Bulletin lf Edmonton
a lacrosse team al all this
ill means let It  be a better
been in existence for the
.1 ii       Last  season lacrosse
'   d"ad  In  the City.     A   team
anized and several exhibition
strathcona were arranged
Was almosl   Impossible  to    get
.' out, even for a match, an 1
with nine men aside were
However  lack  of material  I*
���   m obstacle In the way of
a team as is the question
������ty.- proper grounds.    The only
round in the city suitable for
Diamond park and as tho
,.  : '""" 'iave the sole possession of
rounds,   the   lacrosse   players
,;    ' ' ' go without a campus.    In Ed-
'"day   there   nre   some    first-
lacrosse  players,  and   a   good
' ���  ���    -.uld
Westminster.
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Archambault .161
10S
190���638
180
Pike i.r,7
176
222���664
1ST.
McAdam  . .   ..168
111
162���459
163
Chamberlin , 170
211
17 1- 684
1K<
Sloan IjI
130
ir.;:- 134
.550
146
Vancouver
1
2
:t   th.
Ave.
184
188���634
17s
HohhlllH    ..    ..146
cu
180���600
ii.;
Huber  184
136
136- 4r,r.
162
McKinnon . . .124
117
126- 396
m
South ITS
17.'.
198   644
2420
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Ciotha.  Duchy of Save Coburu. Cer- I
many.   l>h    7.���The  dirigible  balloon
Cross III. left for Mets at 8:06 o'clock!
this morning. and nt noon passed over
llanaii, heading    in    the    diiectiou of
Frankfort on-1he-Main.
The airship is being transferred
from lhe Berlin balloon sheds to Met/
to make room in the former for the
dirigible dross IV.. which has just
been completed and Is awaiting there.
The new craft Is .'144 feet In length and
is    expected    to    be     the     speediest
dirigible yet constructed, being capable of making forty miles an hour.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
The   Adams  grocer?   bowling    team
playe I tbe Kelly, Douglas team at the
Front street alleys laat nlghl and tho
result was extremely disastrous from
a Kelly. Douglas standpoint. The
News takes great pleasure in publish
lng lhe scores as lliey shew Ihat  there
are some far worse bowlers than tbe
newspapermen     wander.ng     around
loose.
What  happened:
Adams Grocery.
Jamieson  .
Thompson
Chappell  .
Harris .. .
A bra  ..   ,
1
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112
124
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106- 326
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124���382
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129
121
127
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Only two cases came up In the cltv
police court yesterday. Iloth were for
drunkenness, One man was allowed lo
go. but the other wns sick and so ho
was retained It wns found Hint be
was Buffering from nothing but an
overdose of whisky.
A meeting of the Y. M. C. A. building committee was held yeslei la,
afternoon   to  discuss   the   tenders   for
the proposed building, but nn definite
business was transacted. Annther
meeting win be held, probably today
or tomorrow, when   the   contractors
tendering for the work wlll be presenl
' to listen to certain suggestions to be
made by the committee.
! i
Jn the provincial police coun  yes-1
terrtny. Smith, Hrown ami West, thei
three men charged with Stealing goods',
to the value of $'���'������* or $:'.r> from tho |
bouse or John Cordon nt Blackie Spit,
1 came   up  for  trial.     Hrown  an I   W'e- I
< were given eighteen  months each  In
'the provincial jail and arguments    In
: Smith's case    will    be    heard    before
Judge Howay on Friday.
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LAMY SUSPENDED FOR
REFUSING TO RACE
yen who
!"' the other day that tho Van-
""'n would rerlnlnlY acre, t the
,, " fts they are bound lo do un-
ternu which the Chivmberlln
' '  presented.
���''"'��� they seem    to he    taking
''"" nt accepting It, an the ch:il-
Montreal, Feh. 7���Edmund Lumv.
the amateur sUatlnu champion of
America, haa boon suspended for the
balance ot ihe senton as a result oM
his refusal to skate over the tlnal of
tha 800 yards event, nf the champion-
hlrs  of  tbe    International    SKfttltt .
Kvan. ellst Herbert licotb, who gave
the first of hls series of addresses In
Queen's Avenue Methodist church yesterday evening, was greeted by a good
sized audience, His easy delivery and
fiirlle manner made o .ood impression
on his hearers, und jud. ing by the In
'.; terest manifested his campaign here
r>'' I will be one of consl 'erable Interes-..
1 ! Mr. Booth arrived in the city late yesterday afternoon.
Bishop A. I', de Pencier. Rev. Canon
d'Kasiim and Rev. Rural Dean Bartlett
will ko to Vancouver today to attend
the synod which Will be held In
Christ church, Vancouver.
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Silver Watches, gents' open face
.3.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
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Watehws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
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CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
A  SNAP!
A case of smallpox was discovered
In the city yesterday evening. A man
staying at the Merchants hotel waa
noticed to he covered with blotches
which, on medical examination, proved
to he smallpox eruptions.   He was re-
M s��ut ia about a mootn ago.' Luioa of Amwica, uu tiie fli. A. A. A. J moved to the isolation hospital.
Sewer Notice.
Notice is hereby given that all persons must connect their premises with
sewers when same are avallahle, within a reasonable time after the construction of said sewers and proceedings will be taken against, those failing to make such connections.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8,
1911.
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TRAINING OF A KING
IS SERIOUS BUSINESS
Education of England's Future Rujer Has Commenced in Real Earnest.
London, Feb. 7.���An obviously authoritative statement has been published dealing with the future career
of the Prince of Wales.
The young prince will complete his
course of training in ihe senior division of lhe Royal Naval college, Dartmouth, nexl April, lt was at lirst suggested that he should accompany the
king and queen on their visit to India at the end of the present year, but
this idea has been abandoned. As
soon as he leaves Dartmouth the
prince will begin to read for a short
university career and he vvill probably
enter Christ Church, King Edward's
old college, in the autumn.
lie vvill not remain at Oxford for the
regulation lour years, two years being the utmost that can be spared for
this portion of his training. Rooms
are shortly to be Pitted up for him at
Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, and studies will be directed by his
present tutor, Mr. Hansell, assisted by
various professors. The prince, it is
stated, is already well up in the subjects necessary for matriculation and
he is expected to pass his entrance examination with ease.
While he is at Oxford, the Prince of
Wales will lead precisely the same life
and will he subject to the same discipline and rountine as any other undergraduate. A special suite of rooms
will he provided and furnished for
him and he will have his own tutor,
but this will be the limit of the exceptions made in his favor.
The king is very firm on this point,
and so long as any of his sons are being educated he is determined that
their rank shall not assist them and
that they must succeed or fall on their
merits. This much he has made clear
to his family on more than one occasion.
An illustration of this was given
shortly after the Prince of Wales was
entered as a cadet at the junior section of the Royal Naval college at Osborne. He was invited to a garden
party one afternoon, and was very-
anxious to attend. To his disgus'.
however, he was refused permission
to he present by the authorities of the
college, on the ground that his attendance was necessary at a special class
of instruction that was to be held that
day.
In high dudgeon. Prince Edward, as
he then was, wrote a letter of complaint to liis father. The king at once
inquired into the true condition of affairs, and when he was informed of the
circumstances his reply to his eldest
son was at once short and decisive.
He saw no reason, he said, in effect, to
interfere in the matter,    llis son had
to learn as quickly as possible t ...i
he was at the college merely as a i
cadet, and not as a royal prince, and
that the rules that applied to his comrades applied with equal force to himself, lt was his place to set an ex-
ample to the other boys by a cheerful'
obedience to orders, however irksome
the task might be, and not to look for
special favors because of his high
birth.
The prince is stronger in mathematics than in classics Though a great
reader he has no great liking for the
dead languages, but greal ly prefers
modern history and biography. Ile haa
some command of modern tongues and
can already speak French anl German with a tolerable amounl of proficiency. Mathematics is a very
strong subject, ami in it he carried oft
the palm at both Oswold and Dart-
i mouth, the two naval training estab-
I lishments.
When his university course is al an_
1 end   the   Prince  of  Waies  will  set  off'
i on a tour of tIn- British em: ire, a :< om-
1 panied by his brother, Prince Albert.
The precedent of the similar tour undertaken by the presenl king and the
late Duke Clarence and  Avonda'.e m
the cruiser "Bacchante" will be very
closely   followed.     Since   that    time,
[however, the empire has expanded to
��� an extent hardly to be conceived, anl
it   is estimated  ihat   al   least   twelve,
months   will    be   necessary    for    tha
! princes to gain even the most  cursory |
I knowledge of the great dominions over
which their lather rules. .
As was the case in the tour of the
king a cruiser will be specially fitted
up for the accommodation of the;
princes, and this will probably he of
the Indomitable type. The princes
will be attended hy a rather largo
suite, including distinguished representatives of the army and the navy.   |
Precedent lays it down most emphatically that the heir apparent to
the Hritish throne shall he closely
identified with the army. This is to
he adhered to in the case of the Prince
of Wales. Prince Albert on the other
hand is destine I to follow in the footsteps of his father and to become in
due course a sailor prince.
. Therefore when the princes 'return
from their tour round the world the
Prince of Wales will at once be gazetted to one of the regiments of cavalry
of the line then stationed in this
country.
The life of the Prince of Wales in
the army will lie that of any other subaltern. He will have his own quarters
and his own servants, and this is all.
Though attached in the first place to
the cavalry he will in due course be acquainted with the duties of the various other branches of the service.
such as the Royal Artillery and the
Royal Engineers. It is the eai nest desire of both the king and the queen
that their eldest sen shall he a soldier
in something more than name, and no
effort will be spared to insure this.
The great wish of the queen is tha;
the Prince of Wales may remain a boy
as lemg as possible. Consequently, he
is not to be allowed to undertake anv
public duties whatever until after he
has attained the age of eighteen���
when royalty legally comes of age in
this country.
CAUSED    ALARM.
Reports That Many Settlers Had  been
Asphyxiated Prove Exaggerations.
Regina, Sask., Feh. 7,���Reports received at Mounted Police headquarters
this afternoon greatly modify rumors
that were current earlier in tlie day to
the effect, that a large number of settlers in the Kindersley district had
died in their shacks from asphyxiation. Inquiries Instituted by Commissioner Ferry go to show that two
deaths from coal gas took place in th'
district in question, while two men are
reported to have been frozen to death,
Following is tlie message received by
Commissioner Perry from the officer
in charge of the R. N. W. M. P. detachment at   Saskatoon:
"Saskatoon, Feb. 7. Commissioner
lYny, Regina���In reply to vour telephone message, the superintendent of
the C.N.R. al Saskatoon, is advised by
liis agent at Kindersley as follows: \
couple of men were frozen to death
near Alfas on account of getting los;
on lhe prairie. Two others were suffocated by coal gas out west. None
have been frozen to death lor want of
me!. Am Inquiring further and win
reporl later.' "
"iSignedi   A.   M,  Jarvis,   Inspector."
A further report has been received
by Commissioner Perry, of lhe R. N
W. M. P., with respect to deaths from
cold and asphyxiation in Kindersley
district:
"The commissioner. Regina: Reports exaggerated. the following
deaths have been investigated from
here: December 15. 1910, Klemmer,
south of Kindersley, suffocation; January 14, 1911, Pierce,, near Fuller
death from exposure; January 17,
1911, Collins, north of Kindersley, suffocation; January 20, 1911, Rtitley,
near Harwell, suffocation. Two men.
Romaine and Hoffman, from west of
Alfas. reported missing since December 30. Could get no trace of them
from here, but believed to have heen
found dead by the police from Medicine Hat.
"(Signed I Constable Atkin."
Nanaimo Seeking Grant.
Nanaimo. Feb. 7.���A delegation consisting of Mayor Planta, Alderman
Shaw and Alderman Shepherd will
leave for Victoria on Friday to interview the government in reference to a
grant to assist the city in erecting a
$35,000 public school, and towards the
maintenance of the island trunk road,
which in passing through Nanaimo
utilizes several of the leading streets
of tlie city.
Hay Noi Have Been
Andre's Balloon
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JO ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in tri*
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tniru
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on tlie third Thursday ol
February. New members may ht
proposed and elected nt any month
ly or quarterly meeting. (J. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
SHIN    BONE   GRAFTED
IN    PATIENT'S   ARM
Boston. Feh. 6.���Surgeons here are
interested in the operation performed
hy Dr. Frederick J. Cotton, at the city
hospital, upon William Favor, of Maiden, in which he removed a portion of
Favor's shin hone and grafted it into
his arm. So far as known, this operation has never heen performed in this
country, though it has several times
been successful in Europe.
Favor had one of his arms crushed
under a cur. It was found necessary
to remove about two and one-half
inches of the bone. A "cuff" connecting the ends of the broken hone was
tried successfully, and then Dr. Cotton decided upon the grafting experiment. As soon as conditions warranted, a sliver of hone was taken from
Favor's leg and placed within the
aperture of his arm. Apparently, the
injured man is doing well.
(Continued  from   Page One.I
old man and his son had perished from
tbe cold, having started oul improperly ( hid. The son died fust and llie
father, after a relief party had arrived, was partially demented and is
said to have fallen Into a tire whic.. hi
had started in a deserted cabin.
The missionary's party had to sl nd
their dogs hack from llie Pas to Heaver Lake on account of the high price
of lish in civilization, llis party hai
fifteen docs, tind as he intends lo slay
in tlie Prince Albert district for a
month it was found more profitable to
send the animals back to where their
food could be secured at a reasonable
figure.
Three   Years   in   North.
It is almost three years since Father
Tourquetil   has   been    to   civilization,
and on his arrival here he learned of
the  newspaper comments   which   had
heen    given his story of the rumored
discovery of the Andre Balloon, when
Bishop   Pascal,   of   Prince  Albert   had
returned from an official visit to Reindeer Lake and had given out the story.
Father   Tourquetil   states   that   the
band of Chipewyans at  Reindeer Lake
are dying off very rapidly, the   main
complaint being a form of tuberculosis wliich seems to attack their digestive organs.    This   he   attributes   to
their  atterfipt   to  harmonize  the  customs of civilization with their former
primitive modes of life.      He has   a
church at Reindeer Lake, where occasionally, during the season, when the
Indians are  hack  from  their hunting
trips, his congregation numbers 350.
Millions   of  Caribou.
Reindeer Lake, as it is near the border of the great barren land, gave the
missionary  great  opportunity   of   observing the migration of the caribou.
On an occasion when he made a 300-
mile journey to the north, he saw not
thousands  but   millions  of  these   animals   which   required    more    than    a
month to pass a given point.    At night
it was almost impossible to sTT^ep from
the   clatter   of  the   animals   over   the
rocky path, which for uncounted years
they  have followed  on   their   annual
cross-country  journeys.    It  is  not  Infrequent that on occasions like this, an
Indian hunter will kill one hundred of
the  animals  in  a  day        A   supply   of
dried  meat   for  the  year  is  thus   assured.
I. O. 0. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 21���
'l'he regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
io attend. George Adams, N.G.; w.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary: .1. w. MacDonald, financial
secretary,
CORRECT
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Jackson Printing Co'.
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Thomson   Blk.
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The famous Wellington
PROFESSIONAL.
STILWELL CLUTE, barrister ,it-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and    McKenzie   streets,   New   West
minster, B, c.   !'. O. Box 112.   Telephone 710.
RING UP 5G
Before your bin is Empty,
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
sion. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
sireet.   New   Westminster,      W.  J
Whiteside, 11. 1.   Edmonds. Adam S
.lohnston.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth S
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE Hi
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster odlees, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel'. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
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Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
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Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Plione 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's otlice. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     I'i
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 394.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Telephone  R   113. Office:   Princeis St
IT PAYS Tu  ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P,tvate Hospital
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious i
cases accepted. Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
ANOTHER     NEW     SONG,     WITH     RATTLING     CHORUS
On Monday, February 13, will be published
The
Luncheon
Trio
As now being sung in Chas. Dillingham's
Singing and Dancing Frolic
=TTHE ECHO"=:
*
at the Globe theatre, New York.
Free with Monday's Issue of the Daily News
If not already a subssribsr to THE NEWS, SUBSCRIBE NOW !
10c. a week, 40c. a month DELIVERED FREE! wEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
1
N e*
Ol
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
T,,.e notice thai  Edward Hawkins.
ncouver, occupation bookkeeper,
t0 appiy   for   permission   to
U        ,,    the    following    described
puvcb-i-*
encing  al   a post   planted on
,,  ������  ,|ie  east   side   of   the
tion channel and joining T. L.
,.��� the no.th side and mark-
ard   Hawkins;   8.  W.   corner.
f(1 ���   go cliains to  line of  limit
theme N. 60 chains along
said last mentioned dale, al the office
of the District Registrar, New Westminster, i'.. ('., judgment will be
entered against vou.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS k JOHNSTON,
Solicitors  ior T.  A.  Swift.
"D.M.J."
thence
h_ thence south and west
li"1'    heach to | lace   of   commence-
, mtalning
went
less.
K(l acres more or
EDWARD HAWKINS.
I \MI1S  A   LEWIS,  Agent.
T!her 3. 191U.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Mew
Westminster  Land  District.  Dis-
trjst of New Westminster.
.,,,     n0,.ice   that   Cecil   Killam,   of
1A li. c��� occupation barrister
ViinC0UUi'ntends to  apply  for  permis-
purchase the   following   de
nt law,
fill  to^^
.   bed l-t"ls
mmencing at a
, . beaeh about   1 .,
���ni   Point,    ^^^^^^^
fr0     - -c   Killam's  Northwest Cor
post  planted on
miles  northeast
Jervis Inlet, and
thenee east   20  chains,   thence
chains,    tin nee    west    20
,.,. 0r less, to beach, thence
c1,   ".,,, | g   beach   to  place  of  com-
and   containing   40   acres
I ___
men ement
.... re i
ti
CECIL KILLAM.
j. A. LKWIS, Agent.
-.  ���.ember 29, 1910.
LAND  ACT   NOTICE.
N-v, Westminster  Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
.   notice that   dint   E.   Dicker-
Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Intends to apply for per-
base the following de
al  a post  planted on
Billings Bay, Nelson I--
P,   11.  No.   if.,-,  an 1
Dickerman's   North-
: . ,h(. smith  GO chains
i bains, thence north
e   nr   less   to     I each.
. .   ,        erlj  along  bea< b to place
t, and c ntainlng 320
���   -
[NT  E. DICKERMAN,
.1. A. LKWIS. Agent.
iber 28, 1910.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Take   notice   thai   an   application
has been made lo register Lamia Mc
Laren, William Chalmers McLaren
and John Edward Valillee, as ibe
owners in fee simple, under a tax sale
deed from c. C. Fisher to John
MacLaren. bearing dale the lst day of
April, A. H. 1902, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District, of Nc.w Westminster,
in the Province of Hritish Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Southwest quarter of Section 14,
Township 7.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all pers ns claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title Is imi registered under the provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the lax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and 111
default of a caveat or certificate of lis
pendens being tiled within such period, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estoppel and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in re-
sped of the said land, and I shall
register Emma MacLaren. William
Chalmers MacLaren ami John Edward Valillee as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby order that publication
of ibis notice for thirty days in a
dailv- newspaper published in New
Westminster, will he good and sulli-
clenl ser-. h e thereof.
Haled at llie Land Registry Ollice,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia., this 9th day of January,
A   D, It'll.
C S   KEITH,
Districi   Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
NEVADA  AGAINST  FIGHTS.
Bill
INCREASED GRANT 10
THE INDIAN SCHOOLS
n Assembly to Repeal Law Permitting Glove Contests.
Keno. Feb. 7.���A bill has been Intro
duced in Nevada's assemblv lor tb.:
1111 al of ibe law- permitting glove
contests in tbis state, ami if it, becomes a law it vvill end all glove eon-
tests or pnze iighrs, no mailer of what Agreement Between Ottawa
character. The bill has not yet come
up for a vote in tlie assembly where It.
originated, but was referred to the
comn Ittee on public morals. Whal thc
stand of the legislature will be in regard to the bill is not known, but it
is thought it will be passed.
'l'he bill sought to be repealed was
Government and Churches
-$285,000 Provided.
Ottawa, Feb.
An agreement   re-
TRADE
Introduced during the term of office of garding the maintainence of Indian
Governor Sadler, in 1897. Under this boarding schools has been unanimous-
law    several    championship    contests  ,.,  ,���Js IS ,__.        ^^H
have been fought, principal among
which were the Corbett-Fltzsimmons
fight at Carson City in 1897; the Root-
Hart flght, in Keno; the Nelson-Gans
fight, ai Goldfleld, and the Jeffries-
Johnson fight, at Reno.
is blended to suit thc Canadian
palate. Sold only in air-tight
packages. A pound of "Salada"
makes 200 cups of delicious tea.
LAND  ACT   NOTICE.
NOTICE!
To all stores and shops in New
Westminster, B. C: Take notice that
I will not be responsible for Mrs 11.
S, Pelletier's (507 Fourth avenue) ac-
counts after January 31, 1911, as she
is getting a sufficient amount eacli
month from me to cover her expenses.
11. S. PELLETIER,
Monarch. Alta.
Get Vaccinated
Surrey Council.
ly arrived at between the departmenl
of Indian affairs at Ottawa and the
four churches engaged in educational work among the Indians of Canada.
According to the estimates tentatively submitted under the new arrangements, the government appropriates $285,000 towards the maintain-
ance of the boarding schools conducted under the auspices of the Methodist, Presbyterian, Anglican, and Roman Catholic Churches of Canada,
throughout the provinces of Ontario.
Manitoba. Saskatchewan, Alberta and
British Columbia.
"Realizing the importance of the
edUCaUonal work being done hy the
boarding schools, and the serious burden that the support of these schools
is upon the various churches," reads
the statement, "the government concluded, and the conference agreed,
that it would be wise to substantially
increase the grant per head to boarding schools conducted under church
auspices, hut in doing this it was necessary that the unbusinesslike lack of
arrangement whereby the governmenl
required and added to mission buildings and net deficiencies should
cease."
The draft of the contract embodies
the conditions upon which the increased grant will be paid. These conditions require that the scliool management sliall 11�� such as will conduce to
the physical, moral and mental well-
being of tlie children. It. is recognized
that the standard of comfort and sani-
tation  is much  higher today than   It
|$;CHAW��$
JFJF .
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ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
The Golden Cow is the trade mark of thc St. Charles Condensing Company.
This sign on a can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality and thc greatest purity, the finest flavor and
thc greatest power of nutrition. For infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
is a luxury. It is equal to the best of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many- purposes it is infinitely superior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for  infants, for invalids, or in  ordinary cookery, you take no duiti.rs.
Handsc-ne booklet of valuable information to mothers and nurses sent f: ee upon application.
Sold by  "Best  Grocers   E*Ocrytvhere '
ST. CHARLES  CONDENSING  COMPANY ::      Intfersoll, On��.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
Annual Report of the Directors
To be submitted at the  Ordinary General Meeting to  be
held at the Head Office on the 6th of February,
1911, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
heg to submit
The Directors of The People's Trust Company,  Limited,
herewith a report of the past year's business.
A dividend of 12 per cent, to he paid in cash has been declared and
the substantial sum of $20,000.00 to be carried as a RESERVE.
Considering the late date in the year at which the different offices of
your Company were opened, and the large expenditure naturally incurred
by the opening of the same, we are indeed gratified at the results herein
contained. The Company has been materially strengthened hy the opening
of the several branches, which will facilitate the handling of our already
large business, willingly placed in our hands hy the rapidly increasing num
ber of shareholders and clients. The Directorate respectfully urges upon
was twenty years ago, and that the Ithe shareholders the Importance of attending Annual Meetings to consider
condition   of   the   Indian   children    is
the
Nt* Westminster  Land   District.  DiS'
trist of New Westminster.
tice thai  Leslie L. Dicker
man, of Vai       er, B, C, occupation j construction of a Steel
;     erman, Intends to apply  for per-   Vancouver. B. C.
f tl.e following de-
scrlbed    -.iis:
Commi ���  a  post  planted on
��� ���   each on wesl side of Sechelt In-
I at the northeast   corner  of
I ��� No 2727   n i inai ked "L. L. Dick-
���  ���    Corner,"   thence
tl em e eas' 20 chains,
��� bains,   thence  east
���   or   less  to  the  be uli.
��� tnd wesl along beach to
enl   and    containing    320
������ - more ��� r less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
.1.  A.  LKWIS.  Agent.
member 29, 1910,
Moved     and     Seconded,     that     Dr.
McEwen    be    instructed to vaccinate
all   children   of  school   age  or   under.
and that the parents of delinquents be
prosecuted  according   to  law.    Passed
endorsed   "TenderI January Ml, 1911.
Vancouver, B. c.'      Vaccination    places   are    Schools
4:00 p. m., on   Tuesday. February 7. Tynehead in the
1911,   for   the   morning.   Hjorth    road    in  afternoon.
Pug Boat for  Wednesday,   l-'i bruary    s. Springdale
 H morning,    Cloverdale    in    afternoon;
Plans, specification and form of con-  Thursday, February  P.  East   Kensing
tract  can he seen and forms   of ten-  ton
Sealed    lenders
undersigned,   and
i. r Steel Tug for
will  le  received  until
Monday,   February  13
1 such that they should have the bene
���* fit of the best sanitary Improvements..        t
i Therefore ihe maximum grant  is giv-'
en where the buildings erected by the
church   do   not   provi le    modern    improvements,    ln case the government
erects a building it is intended that i\ .
shall conform in all respects to mod-1To Dividend Account:
the questions of moment and the further extension of business, as well ad
the ratification of various policies inaugurated by  the Board  and Manage-
G. H. MANCHESTER, M.D., President.
Profit  and   Loss  Account  for   Vear Ending 31st December, 1910.
LAND ACT.
���   group l, In tho Distrlcl
.| Nen Westminster:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate title No 5870F, issued in the
name ol Lee Soon. Lee Yick Quon,
ba: been Bled In this office.
Notice la hereby given that I shall,
a: tbe expiration of one month from
the date ot the lirst publication hereof, in a dailv newspaper published In
thc City i New Westminster, issue a
duplicate ol the said certilicale, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Title.*
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, .lanuary 17, 1911.
IN    THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
der obtained at the offices of H. A.
Bayfield, Esq., Supt Of Dredges, New
Westminster, B. C, Win. Henderson,
Ks.| . Resident Architect, Victoria, B.
C, ami on application to the Postmaster  at   Vancouver.   B   C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not he considered unless
made on the pi inted forms supplied,
and signed With their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places Of residence In Ihe case of
tirms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupaUon and place of
residence of each member of the firm
must   be  given.
Kach tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
banq, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
e.l.ial to len per cent llu p. e.) of the
amount of the tender, which will he
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fall to complete the work contracted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque
wlll  he returned.
The Department does not hind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
Ilv order,
It. C. DEBROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
January  12,  1911.
Newspai ers will net bo paid for tills
op, advertisement if they insert It  with-
lout authority from the Department.
in I Hall's Prairie morning, White
Rock afternoon; Friday, February lb.
Clayton morning, Surrey Centre anl
Kensington Prairie afternoon; Mondav. February 13, Johnson road and
Mud Hay morning, Scott mad. afternoon; Tuesday, Febmarj 14, Brownsville in the morning.
February I, 1911.
PUBLIC    HEALTH    NOTICE.
Between T, A. Swift, plaintiff, and
William Cullen and John Mellon-
sld, defendants
McDonald,    late of    Abbots-
I
*****      lice   that   T.   A.   Swift  has |
������ I an action in the Supreme
! 'ail lsh     Columbia    against'
��� i illen and John McDonald
of monies due under *
dated the i:;th May, 1910,
the plaintiff agreed to sell
defendants agreed to pur-
��� ', one 11) acre of a poi lion
mthwest quarter of section
���" (22), township sixteen
n lite  of  Abbotsford, district
��� tminster, being re-sub-
division of Ahbotsford townsite, and
���ir Bpoclflc performance of said con-
''"'��� In the alternative for determination of said contract and for possesion i f said lands.
All'! a tiier lake notice that hy an
7der made in said action the 7th of
Jai"iary, 1911, by the Honorable Mr.
''"' Martin, service of the writ of
s,m|ii">;H on vou was ordered to b*
made _^
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
In pursuance of the regulations of
the Provincial Hoard of Health, the attention of the citizens of New Westminster is hereby called to the following sect ious:
Vaccination.
(9) It is hereby ordered that all
Local Hoards of Health shall arrange
suitahle times and places for vaccination and give public notice thereof.
(10) Kvery resident of this province shall forthwith be vaccinated or
produce to the medical health officer
of the district or municipality where
he or she resides a certificate or proof
of successful vaccination within the
preceding seven years, or a certificate
that such person is at the present Insusceptible of vaccination, or a certificate of physical unfitness for vaccination. Such certltlcate shall be from a
duly qualified medical practitioner.
ill) lt shall he the duty of the
School Trustees and teachers of all
schools (public or private) to see that
the provisions of the preceding subsection are forthwith complied with by
all children attending such schools,
high schools, or colleges.
The above regulations are now ln
force and must be obeyed. Due notice
will be given by the medical health officer of the time and place when public vaccination will he proceeded with
By  order   of   the    Local   Hoard   of
Health.
ALDERMAN   WALTER   DODD,
Chairman.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
He block S, subdivision   of   northwest
quarter of Bectlon 16, Township 12,
Map 893, in   the   District   of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certilicale of title number 122B4F, Issued
In the name of Hector Ferguson, has
been   filed  III  this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
at  the expiration of one month from,	
the dale of the llrst publication hereof.! AUeTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
In a daily newspaper published In the     . .......
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime vail." ~*'���"��� '">
made to me In writing
1 District llegistrar of Titles
Land  Registry Office,
Now  Westminster, H.
28, 1911.
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
.   Barving a ropy  of said  writ
summons, ami . cony of said order
'"' the defend        ^^
also
objection
s KEITH
ar <
C,
be
LAND REGISTRY ACT
next, at.
Timber
In
of lots 7, :if)
Re lots ll, IB, 16 nnd 17
an.l 40, suburban block 6, Map 610,
Jn the Clly of New Westminster
Whereas proof of the loss of ceitifi-
in. William Cullen, and cate of title humber 10B11F �����������
,, ^  publication  of   the   notice  of   the name of .lames Rosel.o.igh Law.
/'"" "11 of summons In a daily new..-  has been filed in this office.
&* P Wished and circulating In tho I    Notice is hereby give-   that I   na
"'��'" ot  New  Westminster    for    a' at the expiration of    n    ����>��JJgj
"n""   of   two   (2)   weeks,   and   thatI the date of the firs, pub    at ��  '/^
,"'" �� and advertising be deemed to   In a daily newspaper pub ished in
I and sufficient   service of the I Hit.   of    New   Westmlnstei
��� wr|^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'"plratlon
first
mini
1911,
ei f���r
summons upon you at the duplicate of the snld certificate, unless
In the meantime valid    objection    be
made lo me ln writing.
C, S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., February 3.
1911.
of two  CD  weeks from the
" In said newspaper.
. further   take   notice  thnt  tho
" Publication of the said notice Is
��"  the 241 h    day    of January,
���'ind unless appearance he enter-
>'0U   within   two   weeks  frcm
The    right    to    cut    timber    under
license on  Berth  No. 631, comprising
the following lands in the Province of
British   Columbia,   will  be  offered  nt
��� public auction  at   the  upset price of
January j $400,00, at 2 o'clock n.m., on Wednes-
' I day, the 20th day of  March
the office of the    Dominion
Agent at  New Westminster:
Timber   Berth   No.   B31,  situate
the Province of Hritish Columbia, In
Township 5, Range 27, west    of    the
Sixth  Meridian,  and  comprising that
portion  of  the  northeast  quarter
Section 14, not covered by
and 471, and containing an area of 80
acres, more or less.
A license will not he issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the first
year, have heen paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contnined in the
Timher Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to tho
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agont at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December 2.1rd. 1910.
       of
Berths 423
ern ideas, but in that ease the capital
charge having heen borne by the gov
ernment. the church can only receive
the minimum grant.
For   the   purpose   of  deciding   upon
a proper geographical division of the
boarding schools to receive the maximum and minimum of the new scale of
payment���$80  and   $100  and    |125���
they are divided Into eastern,   northern and western divisions.    The ( isl
ern division   ($80  and  $100)    includes
all  the schools  in  Ontario except   Albany.   Moose  Factory.   Fort    Frances.
Rat Portage and Cecilia Jeffrey.    The
northern  division   ($126)   includes the
following  schools,  which  are  located
200  miles  or  more  from  a    railway:
Albany, Moose Factory, Lac la Pinnae.
Lac la Ronge. Whitefish Lake, Lesser
Slave   Lake.   Wabiseow.   R.   C.    Lake
Wabiscow,  S.  of   E.,  Fort   Resolution.
Fort   Vermilion,   Hay   River  and   Port
Providence.      The    western    division
l.lbii and $12,r>>   includes all  the other    boarding    schools    in    .Manitoba,
Northwest   Territories.  Saskatchewan,
Alherta and Hritish Columbia, and including  the   three   Ontario    hoarding
schools  mentioned  above���Fort   Frances. Rat Portage and Cecellla Jeffrey.
Hy the terms of the contract, the
churches undertake: "To provide at
the said school teachers and officers,
qualified Instruction at proper times;
to Instruct the male pupils in gardening, farming and care of stock, or such
other Industries as are suitable to
their local requirements; to instruct
the female pupils In cooking, laundry
work, needlework, general housewifery
and dairy work, where such dairy
work can he carried on; to teach all
the pupils In the ordinary branches of
an English education; to teach calisthenics, physical drill and tire drill;
to teach the effects of alcoholic drinks,
and how to live In a healthy manner;
to Instruct the oiler advanced pupils
In the duties and privileges of Hritish
citizenship, explaining to them the
fundamental principles of the government of Canada, and lo train them in
such knowledge and appreciation of
Canada as will Inspire them with respect and affection for our country and
its laws."
By the   appointment,   the   Roman
Catholic church vvill receive $166,905,
the Anglican church, $61,360; the
Presbyterian church $34,260, the greater portion of wllich is the result of the
new arrangement.
In the eastern division the grnnt to
class A schools formerly vvas $iUl and
$80 per pupil.    Now it Is .IPO per capita.    In elass H schools the grant was I
formerly $60 per capita, now it Is $80, I
In the western division, class A j
schools, which formerly drew $<i0 and
$80 per capita, get $120 per capita, un-
dor the new arrangement. Class B,
which also formerly drew $72 and $100
per capita now get $100 per capita. In
class C the grants were formerly $(!(),
$72 and $100 per capita. Now the
grnnt ts $100 per capita.
In the northern division the new arrangement   increases  the  prant  from
$72 per capita which was the old rate
to $12.r> per capita.
The amounts which It Is stated, each
church will receive are readily estimates, ns the final allotment will, of
course, he made only on the basis of
the number of pupils In attendance,
nnd the manner tn which the various
conditions are carried out.
Interest at 12 per cent, per annum on Paid-up
lated from date of payment	
To Proposed Appropriation:
Transfer to Reserve	
To Balance Carried Forward	
Capital    calcu-
$ 2,262.05
20,000.0 i
11,390.99
$33,653.04
By Net Revenue after deduction of General   Expense, Goodwill  of
Wilson. Cook & Co. and Interest on Depositors' Accounts to De-
!���* ^________________________W__\
.$33,653.04
$33,653.04
Reserve Account.
To Balance J20.000.00
By Proposed  Appropriation from Profit and Loss Account
Balance Sheet as at 11st December, 1910.
-   Liabilities.
Capital:
Authorized B000 Shares of $100 eacli $500,000.00
Subscribed and Issued       201.500.00
$20.000.00
J.'O.OOO.O)
120.000.00
Paid-up Capital	
Depositors' Accounts and Interest Accrued to December 31st. 1910	
Sundry Creditors:
Insurance Companies '
Clients and General Accounts	
Balances to accrue on Real Estate   	
Dividend:
Interest at 12 per cent, per annum on Paid-up Capital
calculated from date of payment	
Reserve:
Proposed Appropriation from Profit and Loss	
Profit and Loss Account	
i.em.os
6,272.72
1)7,640.75
6.011.21
7.891.80
72.966.6S
2,262.05
20.000.00
11.390.99
$188,163.48
Assets.
Real Estate and office:
Premises	
Sundry Debtors: ^H^H
Local Hills Discounted   $ 1,966.25
Bills Receivable   6,099.90
Open Accounts  1,418.96
Insurance Premiums outstanding  1,134.68
Head Offices and Branches. Furniture	
Books and Stationery on hand  	
Automobile  anl   Accessories   	
Guarantee Fund	
Equity In Agreements for Sale 	
Cash on hand and in Bank 	
$ 95,586.17
10.619,79
5,786.31
so;:.77
2,824.35
5S.00
64,704.61
1S.2S1.55
. 1SR.1RS.4R
New Westminster. B. C., January 2fith, 1911.���Certified correct.
GEO. F. ELLIS, Auditor and Accountant, Calgary, Alta.
The dividend is payable at the H ead Office on or after February 7, 1911.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
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
A PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARs,
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When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Ice cream on hand. Ira
Six chairs in  operation  at  the  Hub! tram office.    Phone 310.
shaving parlors.   No waiting.
I    Mis. .1. B. Jardine, 318 I
II. Hoy, the contractor, leaves today |wjn ,���,,  receive formally
cn a month's visit to Los Angeles and   month of February
other places In Southern California
We are  in the market
Did you see our three-horse load of  making shingles.    Walsh
wood for $3.00.    Phone 413. *��      Door factory.   Pbone 413.
Johnson, the negro sent up for trial
the other day on a stabbing charge,
vvill appear for   trial    before   Judge
lloway on Friday.
Wood! wood! wood!
! at the Walsh Sash &
' Phone  413.
Wood to burn
Don-  Factory.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the ac:ident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
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NOW is m IK
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster.    B    C.
Phone 43;   L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
The annual ineeting of the Soutn
African Campaigners' association vvas
held last nighl In Vancouver. 0. J.
Wilkie. of Westminster, attended the
gathering.
We liave a special designer on Mission Furniture at the Walsh Sash &
Door Factory.
Train N'o. 1, of the C. P. li . did not
arrive from the east last night. The
railway is still having trouble in the
mountains and the traffic is considerably disorganized.
Twenty-five acres on the McLellan
road near Colebrook, $150 per acre;
terms to be arrange:!. See White,
Shiles & Co. *!
The steamer Beaver arrived in port
yesterday from Victoria,    where    she I
iias been completely overhauled.    She
vvill  resume    her regular    Chilliwack
run at eight o'clock this morning.
The best kiln-dried wood, a three-
horse load deliveied at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $3.00.   Phone 413.     **
Robert Kennedy, of the flrm of Kennedy Brothers, is confined to liis home
with an exceptionally severe attack of
grippe. He lias not been able to attend
his office for several days, but is reported to he recovering.
Do we make Mission Furniture?
Well, I should say so. Come and Bee
our latest designs. The Walsh Sas:i
&  Door Co.
.1. Witts has heen appointed an assistant in the city engineer's office. He
lias already commenced his duties,
which consist mainly of doing the preliminary work for the west end sewerage system.
Property owners ! We have buyers
for a great, deal of vacant property in
ihe central  and  westerly  part  of the
I city   at   fair   prices.     Ke d.   Curtis   &.
I Dorgan, 7011 Columbia street.
i The wet weather has had a had effect on the sireet lighting system of
! the city. On Monday some of the wires
became grounded by coming into con-
tact with the iron poles, but yesterday
iii;. Electrician Bowler managed to
have the trouble repaired.
Why burn up money by burning
coal, when you can :.. t a bin three-
horse load of dry wood delivered at
your house one hour after you order it.
for $3.00. Walsh Sasli & Door
Co. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral  designs, antl    a
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -08 **
The annual meeting of the Edmonds
Development association will be hei !
in the office of the Settlers' associati in
veiling.
Lot with comfortable six roomed
house, or. Fifth street just off Fourth
avenue. $2450, $600 cash, balance $20
per month.    White, Shiles & Co. **
A meeting of the Westminster Liberal executive will be held in the Eagles'
hall on Friday evening, commencing
at eight o'clock.
Three and one-half acies in So-ith
Westminster, close to the hridge. Call
in and get special juice and terms.
White, Shiles & Co. **
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits,  Blouses,  etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
About twenty-flve of the Church of
England clergy of ihe diocese of Wesl
minster spent a quiet devotional day
here yesterday. Services were conducted by Dean Doull. of Columbia.
The gathering was preparatory to the
meeting of the synod in Vancouver today.
There is money in these at present
prices. Eighty acres of good land in
section 7, township 2. on tne Williams
road, for $100 per acre, one-third cash
and the balance over two years; also
ten acres in Kast Delta, facing on the
Scott road, $200 per acre, one-third
cash, balance 6, IJ. IS and -4 months.
See White, Shiles <fc Co. ��*
Rev. O. A. Kay, of St. Mary's church,
Sapperton, is in the Koyal Columbian
hospital recovering from a rather seri
ous operation he was compelled to undergo last Sunday. He is progressing
favorably towards recovery, although
he may have to remain in tlie hospital
for a week or so yet.
Shingle mill will start In a lew days.
'l'he shingle mill formerly known as
the Independent Shingle mill, at i he-
end or Third avenue, will be started iu
a few days by the Walsh Sash and
hour company, who will run the plant
under the name of the Wa'sh Sash and
Door mill, at full capacity, and also
put In an addition lor cutting lumber. ��*
No mails from east of Winnipeg
have heen received at the local office,
or anywhere else on the coast, sine:
last. Thursday. A blockade which Is
testing lhe capabilities of the C, P. II
rotaries Is holding up a number of
trains between Winnipeg and the head
of the lakes.
Purity
REDUCED TO
$1.75
PER SACK
Today's    advertisement    will
spread the news of the continuance
of our big alteration sale.   Alterations to our store, according to
present   indications,   will not be
completed inside of three weeks.
Thousands   of   dollars' worth of
winter goods remain on our shelves,
odd lines and left-overs; they must
be cleared out.    Price TICKETS
throughout the store tell the story
of low priced   offerings.    Watch
our   advertisements  in the daily
papers.   Visit the store as thousands have done during the past
few weeks, and you will find that
our inside displays are interesting,
and   provide many money-saving
opportunities.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store  for Women's Wear
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  (6,200,000
Reserve          G,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay-
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford  every  hanking  facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
n a. m .
11:20
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FRUIT Ai POULTRY RANCHES
Ten acres of good hind one and one-
quarter miles from < loverdale,    half
j mile  from  school  and  church.    Three!
acres under cultivati m, ^:.(i fruit trees,
! modern seven roomed house, wired for
|electric light, telephone in the house.
The price is $4500, wilh cash payment
of $15(10, and the balance can run over
a period   of   six   years.   See White,
Shiles H. Co. *"
.lohn Oliver, chairman of lhe recent-
, ly   organized   Liberal   federal   distrlcl.
'executive,  was  in   the  city   yesterday
; for a  few hours.    Discussing    mallei.;
political, Mr. Oliver explained that be
! was al the present time busy working
! oui   a  scheme for the basis of repre*
sentation of the different sections of
Ithe electoral district at the forthcoming    Liberal    nominating    convention,
but his work will not ho completed for
j some  lime.    Mr.  Oliver left the city
I In time to reach his Delta home before
dark.
CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
Unusual circumstances enable us to offer five five acre blocks at a
price below (lie market value. These blocks are located ln the most
fertile bell or bench land in Surrey. They are close to the Chilliwack tramline, and vvill make lirst-class fruil and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil rich and de- p.
t Price, $125.00 per acre
��   Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms,  one-quarter cash;   balance   in   ���
*, three payments. 5
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:   6, 5:50, 6:20, 6:60, ":-M
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave  New  Westminster for Vancouver   at   6,   1,   8   and   every   naif
hour until  11  p. in.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express   cms   leave   New   Wesl minster for Yuiicouuver at 7:2
a. m., and ;i:~(i p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON  LINES:
Clty.
20-mlnute service from r.:-lu ii. in. until    11:20    p.    m.
service from  x a.  m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute service from 0:10 a. ni. until   11:30   p.  m.
service  from  8:10 a.  m.  until   ll:30p, m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNEWESTMINSTER    ERANC.t.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver nt 7K nnd every
jfter up to ll p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Btevest
SUNDAY     SERVICE: yf
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   eset)
bom- thereafter up to ll p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster  I:  lfi p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and (I p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Bunday-20-minutM
Snndaj-Mm|c;:e9
hour thereon
Vancouver
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J.Hart&Co.,Ltd i
Victoria     -     Chilliwack    -     Aldergrove *
4-Roomed Housg
Furnished for one hundred dollar
    $100.00
CASH   OR CREDIT
We  do   Upholstering
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth   St., New Westminster.   Phone 588

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