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PORT MANN
SPECIALI8T8.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMIN8TER.
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THE ERASER VALLEY
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B.C.,  TUESDAY  MORNING, MARCH  21, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
SIR EDWARD TENNANT EXPRESSES HIS CONFIDENCE IN
FUTURE OF THIS CITY AND
DISTRICT.
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Pouring In.
Winnipeg, March lm. .,.���-
era! Passenger Agent Foster,
ol the C. P. It., stutes that the
"'���mber 0f immigrants from
Britain and Europe entering
Canada dally during March and
April this year wiil be from 600
to 1000. Many are going
through to British Columbia
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IHOSPITAl BOARD SECRETARY
RESIGNS AFTER LONG SERVICE?
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TO KEEP OUT NEGROES
���Tell the people of your lovely city Canadian Offkals Will Attempt to Ex
of Westminster how very much I en-1 c,lude '""flints from Oklahoma,
joyed my brief stay. I have had a' WinnlPeK, March 20���Tomorrow 200
deal of correspondence with regard to 'T.TJltZ ZTrZVontT^ "a
this part of the province of British I black colony near Edmonton ft il
Columbia and whilst I do not desire at I Bald the government is prepared to
this time to disclose my hand I may j '"terpose  every    legal    obstacle    to
say���and you can quote me as saying' q,! _ entranc,e- Ur- John Jones, United  the institution _-������	
���      .- '   b  Bta,*8 consul genral, bus gone to thel    \, .       for t,llrty year8' tender-
to tne ed his resignation, which wag regretfully ueeepted.    Mr. Keary hud form
W. H. Keary,  Conn^cied   With  Royal Columbian Sines
1881, R   ired Vesterday, and Will Leavt f      Fnglan
Today.-J. J. J>r.e�� A so W ithdrawi.-Both  Will  be
Missed.���Tenders for Supplies Awarded.
Strike.
Nelson, B. C, March 21.���The
miners of the Independent Coul
nnd Coke company have voted
to go out on strike. The trouble
is caused because of the holding buck of a fee from the
men's wages. It is expected
that the trouble will be of short
duration.
: COUNCIL HEARS
STRANGE STORIES
At a meeting of the board of man   hospital was
agement of the Royal Columbian hos-   to be-
pital    yesterday     ufternoon,     W.   H.
Keary, who has been connected with
built, but this was not
RUSH OF PR08PECTORS j
TO BIG GOLD STRIKE
LAWYERS' LETTER TELLS OF
LADY'S DEATH FROM SHOCK;
MAYOR DECLARES WOMAM l&
ALIVE���TWO   RESIGNATIONS.
Reno, Nev., March 20���A score   of!
prospectors are heading north today fi^tfelesTiJT1^ hl��e   ,'egu'
through Washoe county for a chance  shon otTut'^s BS Se oHine
Had last night's meeting of the city-
council commenced  at    the    regular
that I, with a
number of British   border to see that    the    .,��-_,,���.,  ������
apitallsts, will In the near future In-  ���lve fair treatment.      The   men are
est in tbe district.    Although I have  ,mostl>' market    gardeners and  truck
farmers.
seen many wonderful slgbts in the
course of my extensive travels, never
have- 1 seen such an awe inspiring
si>e< t.icle as this afternoon when at
the Western Canada Lumber mills at
Millside. No man could see tliose
bugs masses without bringing tears,
yes. tears, to his eyes. It Is almost
Incredible to think that the mind of
man could Invent machinery which
can do the work as we Britishers suw
it |ierformed this afternoon. There
are many great things In the United
States, but nothing to e |ua] this. Truly |
a wonderful sight and one that will
live in my memory for ever."
The above statement was given ex-!
clnsiveiy to the representative of the
Daily Xews by Sir Edward Tennant
yesterday at the Fruser mills, prior:
to the English baronet nnd party en-
tenn. tbeir motois en route to Vancouver. I
lt w;ls only fitting at this time
when so many financial magnates
were In this province, after having
made an exhaustive tour of the United
������������- -hat Westminster should be in-
led  in   the  plans  mapped  oui  mid
em ents were made by the 15. C.i
i:  1;   officials to convey the English
-ts by special car to this city,
the name of which is so dear to the
heart of an Englishman.
Cold Storage Visited.
'���'   mntly   at   three   o'clock   the  car
Steveston pulled ap at the depot and
a   few   introductions  had   been
made  the  party   entered   the   waiting
��� s and were taken to the B.
C, Cold Storage plant, where the expensive  and   extensive   plant   was   Inti ! ancl the methods of handling,
'������   n    and dispatching the comestibles explained In minute detail by u.i
11. Parker, one of the officials.
era period speni in the chilling
cellars of the storage it seemed sum-
merlike to emerge into the open air
again and a speedy run made under.
th" happiest conditions concluded at
lhe Praser mills, where the heads of
tmenta were all attention to
obey the slightest wish of any of the
���-isi'in . patty who might desire in-
formatlon. Every branch of the huge
trills was covered, nothing being over-
1 oked or turned down, although time
became precious. The receiving of
the gigantic logs on the ways and tlie
muniier of throwing these about like
so many shuttle-cocks ma-'e the Britons stand up and take notice. Nothing like it had. it is safe to say, ever
been witnessed by them before, and
much time was occupied in this sec-
(Continued on Page Five.)
Two Small  Fires.
A  small fire in Chinatown,    at the
corner of Carnarvon and Tenth st-eet 1
yesterday afternoon    provided  a few
minutes work for the men from Xos  I
and 2 halls.   The blaze, which was confined to the roof, was easilv mastered
witli the use of a hose an.l a couple of
extinguishers.    The  brigade    had
second  call  to the same    district
few minutes later.
ally resigned at the previous meeting
of the board, but It had been hope!
DUE TO DIE Of
SLOW STARVATION
HARVEST IN CHINA IS STILL FIVE
MONTHS AWAY ��� CONDITIONS
CANNOT BE EXAGGERATED,
SAYS   MISSIONARY.
WILL GIVE
G.N.R. TIME TO FORGET
New Vork, March 20.���The picture
of nearly famished Chinese killing
starving dogs and eating them nnd
the warning that a million lives will j
be lost in Anwhei province alone be-!
fore the spring crops mature unless
help frcm tiie outside world reaches
China, ure contained in u communication received bj the board of foreign
missions .>r ihe Presbyterian church.
A letter came today from lie.. Thomas
Carter, a missionary at llwai Yuen in
Anwhei province.
"I never really knew what the
Lord's prayer meant until todav," he
writes. "We came to a village "where
some Christiana gathered for worship.
To hear that company of men say
'Give us this day our daily bread' hail
a strange sound when we knew that
not one of them had so much as seen I
bread fer many a day, except some
bread from pressed sweet potato vines.
Somehow, that prayer must be an- j
Bwered. You can not let these people
starve." I
Million  Persons  in  Need.
A million persons in tlie region
north of his station, Mr. Carter says,
are to die of starvation before summer unless help comes from outside.
He writes of the scene ns it Impressed
him, In the following terms:'
"lt would be hard to draw a picture
of the famine district that would not
be altogether misleading. The country looks much the same as any
stretch of country looks anywhere in
China; long stretches of good rice
fields Just beginning to be   green.   It
to~!oeate neir the scene of a big gold  o'ci���l   ��..-��, .1,, ',""   "" "���������"
The secretary preferred not to dis-  "rlke in the northwestern n^rt of'the J{g*�� from KSjffJJ*
cuss   he recent action of Mayor Lee��"">*���   Sev��ral outfits her. are also  m  the upper floor  thfSSSLTlS
in  writing a letter to the press,    in   prelJarlnK <�� leave toclnw .   "      .    or>  ���   <u��iage  lata
wliich insinuations were made'against
him. Mr. Jones, however, did not pretend to ignore the hidden purport of
the letter, and preferred to resign aB
a protest against such actions.
preparing to leave today.
First reports were that gold was discovered in Lassen county, Cal.
These were sent out to throw the in-
hour was reached before the meeting
was brought to a termination.
The chairman of the board of work*
coming miners off the scent. Reports  mTeTllTheT AenLf t^ "T^S
that rich rock had been found in the  Sr W| fL X ���.nt 'f*
Mala,! belt were confirmed    bv tele-  ��5Kr of th^atwL      '  ,t0r ��Q *"*
Phone messages from Reno men"         I ZZ'unLvsl^Tet XSnSg
CONFESSES MURDER                          ! ch",d was lnJured- perhaps for life, by
OF LIZZIE ANDERSON  L!.ttCe of.n^n8 tre�� stump, ussumed
                               another phase last night.    Ere Alderman Campbell had tendered his repoit
a letter was read from Messrs   Dea-
Gndericb. Ont.. March 2ft���Fdward
Jardine, awaiting trial for the murder
of Lizzie Anderson, made a complete
confession of the deed. The confession
was made to Dr. Bruce Smith, inspector of prisons asylums and Chief Coroner Johnson of Toronto, who examine! the sanity of Jardine.
VERY NAME Of MOSES
ANNOYING TO BURNABY
COUNCILLORS TRANSACT BUSINESS tt*\ PEACEFUL MANNER
UNTIL NAME OF AUDITOR BOBS
UP���THEN   JABS   AND   JOLTS.
con, Deacon & Wilson, of Vancouver
barristers, for the father cf the child*
and which was to the effect that since
the previous communication, the
mother of the injured mite had succumbed as the result of shock to the
system.
Mayor Says Lady Is Alive.
I     The   Mayor���it  seems  stranee tha*
| that information has come to hand,   i
j heard that the lady referred to,   Mrs.
Gieschen, who not only not dead, but
on  Saturday  did her weekly washing
and this morning she hung that wasb-
��� ing on the line.
I After the matter had been referred:
to new business ancl a deal of other
subjects had been disposed of the
strange contradictory story was again
on deck.
In reply to a question, C'.erk Du-ican
said that tbe lawyers representing the
Gleschens had written the letter noti-
1 tylriR  Uie   rteath  ot   Mrs.   Gieschen, on
I Friday  last.
Who has resigned after thirty years' service on the Royal Columbian hos
pital board.   Mr. Keary leaves for England todav.
that he would reconsider his decision
and action on the matter had been deferred. The secretary, however, absolutely declined to withdraw his resignation and this had pei force to be
accepted.
Unjust Insinuations.
J. J. Jones, who has also been a
member of the board of management
for many years, having been appointed
by the provincial government, also resigned, giving as his reusons for
severing his connection the unjust in-1
is' only"as"we look closely "'and' ask "inuutions contained in an open letter
The name of Moses B. Cotsworth to
Burnaby council is as the red rag to time
a t ovine of the male sey. Proceedings
last night were calm until a resolution
was read, passed by ward six ratepayers, conlemning the delay in puo-
lishing the financial statement for
1910, and demanding that the auditor
be asked to produce this.
Controller Griffiths,   who was  present,   remarked  that   he  had    Auditor
Cotsworth's final statement in his pos-
I session,  and instantly  a number    of
I voices demanded ns one man that it
��� be  produced.    A   scene  of  confusion
I ensued. Mr. Griffiths disappearing, in
search of the document,  while some
one wanted to know  why it had not
been before the council and Councillor McGregor, in the chair, explaining
that   Mr.   Cotsworth   had  sent  it    to
the  Westminster Press    for printing
and that the reeve had put a stop to
this work.
All  In Type.
Alderman Campbell auld that at thl*
he   would   not   read   the   heavy
correspondence which hail passed hetween Tilm and the city solicitor on
the subject. He would say, however,
that all facts as presented by that
city official did not make Mr. Gieschen
out to have a strong ense uguinst the
corporation.
After much diseussion it '..-.is-ngreerf
to lay the matter over so that fuller
details of the latest move may be
enquired into.
The si^ne official was further instructed to take up the matter of
the Walter Heaton accident claim
against the city with Alderman Camp*
bell. This case resembles the previous
one in that the claimant avers tbat
negligence on the part of the city was
directly responsible for his present
weakened  '-ealth.
Water Superintendent  Resigns.
Superintendent   W.   M.   Henderson,
of the wafer works department, wnot^
The long looked for statement was  resigning lis position, and It was de-
later cn  produced, and  proved to be  cide.l  to a1'-��rtl.��e for applicants  for
Miss Wells Acting Secretary. a   statement of  liabilities  amounting  the position at once, all applications to
Cntil the end of the present month  to $286,178.02, and    assets   of   $330-   be In by April 3.    The salary is $135
Miss  Mabel  Wells  will act  as secre-  473.33,    making   a   credit balance of per month.
tary of the hospital. In the meantime $41,295.31. The document bore the fol- R- C. McCombe resigned as a mem-
advertisements will be inserted in the lowing typewritten remark: "This ber of the fire department and tbe
newspapers calling for applications balance includes the government chief reported that he had, with the
for the position of secretary and bur- grant of $25,000, and is certified cor- sanction of the committee, appointed
sur, nt a salary of $75 a month, room,  reet  as  far as    the    accounts  show. ������-     ���   - -
board and washing included. Moses B. Cotsworth."   The name was
The position of head nurse, which is typewritten. |
now vacant, will be filled by the lady      Solicitor  Martin  advised  that    the
superintendent. | statement be received and that   the
Going to England. | council   pass   a   resolution   declaring
Mr.   Keary   leaves   today   for  Eng-  that   the   resolution   formerly   passed
(Continued on Page Four.)
Council   Asked  to     Petiticn     Railway
Co. to Change Station Site���Prior
Resolution  Interferes.
Because it is not considered advls-
;,i ' to announce change of opinion
11 ' uddenly, the Burnaby municipal
council last night postponed action for
two w coles on a proposition to 'notify
"ie Great Noithern railway officials
thai the station at Burnaby lake was
now in the best possible position. A
deputation, headed by Colonel Ward,
waited on the council and asked that
influence. i,e UBed to Induce the railway companj to place the station at
'''I'r siding, the assertion bein:
m&de thai most of the persons iiBln^
thai depot had to walk from half
mil
questions that we find out th�� real
state of affairs. We look at the fields
that look so prosperous and we realize that tliose fields were all under
water last summer, the lields of over
2,1100,000 people and that the wheat
we see will not be ready until June
nnd before that time, unless help
comes, the larger part of the people
that planted the wheat will be beyond
using li.
What Will Come Later ?
published in an evening paper by the land, where he will spend some time making  section 95  of  the municipal
on husiness.    The date of his return clauses operative, be rescinded.    This
has not been fixed, and it is probable would have the effect of terminating
he will remain in London until after the employment of   the   government
the coronation.                                       \ auditor in a legal manner.
The following tenderers'    contracts' The councillors, however, were evi-
were accepted at vesterday's meeting: dently of the opinion that this was a
C. A. Welsh, groceries;   F. J. Mac- tame finish to an exciting episode, and
Kenzie, drugs;   A.  L.  Lavery. bread; Councillor Rumble moved that the re-
W. E. Fales, funerals; P. Burns & Co., port be laid on the    table.    After   a
meat;   S. A. Richmond, fish and ice. long    discussion    this    motion    was
Joseph  Mayers, anthracite    coal;    L. passed.
Williams,  slabs  and   cord woo:!.    The Random Shots
mayor some weeks ago.
Mr. Keary's resignation from the
board of the Royal Columbian hospital will, in the opinion of those best
able to judge, be a distinct loss to that
Institution, for he has always been an
untiring worker and has considered
no time too valuable to be devoted to
the service of the Royal Columbian.
When he first became connected
with the hospital, in  1881, he made
TOWNSITE DEPARTMENT
WILL HANDLE PORT MM
Story that English Syndicate Will Be
Interested in Selling of City Lota.
Across River Denied.
"And   now   we  look   again   at   the  "P >}is mind that lle wollld do ,al1 ln
persons who lmve come down to meet   his Wwer to    raise    it to    a better contract for lump und nut coal will be  ,.Vnrea��ion8    of
us with their rice bowls, ln the howls  standard, und to this end he has de- divided among the different city deal- jointed  remarks and^e^e8^�����,ni.",
��� here Is no rice    Thev contain chieflv  vo,ed the best, years of his life.    He ers.     No  tenders   were   received   for  opinion
hot.  water and  some'weeds gathered   lias seen  the hospital grow from    a milk.
from    the fields,    mixed with a few  small building until today it occupies      The members of the board present - ���:"���.--,-������ correct'
a lnrge area at Sapperton. nnd finds at yesterday's meeting were Alderman  auditor certify this statement corrw.1..
even this space   too    small    for    its J. J. Johnston, indlie chnir: T. Gifford. |     Controller    Griffiths    Yes
needs.    Mr. Keary had hoped to    be M.L A.,   H.   T.   Kirk.   Peter   Peebles,  would not like to do so.
nhle  to  remain   connected  with    the Mrs. Broad, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Fergu       Councillor     McGregor���Mr.     cotsworth was always very non-committal
Toronto,    March    21.���Port    Mann
property on the Fraser river will be
The following are a few of the dis-  piaced on the market shortly by tha
grains of precious wheat bought with
the relief money given by the government, relief that amounts to ahout
three cents, nnd given only to the
very poor, that Is, to about half the
population.
"This is something of what the fam-
that   reached   the   reporters'
ears above the noise of battle.
Councillor   McGregor ��� Does   the
'v this statement (
hut     I
institution until- the   proposed   newgon and the secretary.
Canadian Northern Interests, according to an announcement made yesterday afternoon.
A story which has obtaine.l some
circulation to the effect that an English syndicate wlll be interested in
the selling of the property is officially-
denied.   The property will be handle!
of   Um
ine means now.   What it is going   to
to a mile and a half In order tio  mean soon we scarcely dare to hint,
for It  Is still  five months before the  Council
wheat harvests.    Already,    in    many
places, the bark is taken   from   tho
trees.
"The country Is strangely peaceful,
for there are no dogs to hark at
passersby.    They  are  all  starved  or
CIVIC ACCOUNTS.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY   MEETS.
,'','' to it, u condition of affairs which
would not prevail were the site at
Piper siding.
The council seemed inclined to view
''"��� proposition favorably, but it was
Discovered that recently a resolution
had been passed in open council and
Committees Present Heavy
Bills at Weekly Meeting.
The light committee of the city
council presented the heaviest monthly bill for acceptance, at the weekly
sitting yesterday evening, the figures
submitted by Alderm5an A. W. Gray
Nominations    for    Officers    for    1911
Made at Meeting Yesterday.
A meeting cf the Women's Auxiliary
cf the Royal Columbian hospital was
held yesterday afternoon ln the board
Solicitor Martin���The resolution    I
have suggested is the proper means ot  by the townsite department
dealing with the document, provided , company exclusively
It is Mr   Cotsworth's final statement. 	
Councillor Rumble���There Is appar
ently room for doubt that this is a
final statement. Would you consider
a typewritten; name a legal signature?
Answer, if any, unheard.
Councillor Coldicott���If this    is
SEVERE SENTENCES AT
WINNIPEG ASSIZES
Winnipeg, March    20���Two   severe
sentences were handed out this morn-
1,1,1 ur."..,_. kk.. iiu* �� man Kochur, who assaulted his girl
years of age, with a chair and fiats,
were received.    A   majority
year
of   the
offices were"filled" by acclamation and  iike'to'see him come here like a man Kochar, who assaulted his girl-w:fe. IH
totalling.    $8006.35,    an    account    of
$4741.04, due the B. C. E. R. company,   others   will   he   baTlotted Wpt "the  and say his work Is finished.
and one of $2474.90, due the Cana lian' annual meeting, which Is to be held on      Councillor. McDonald-If we do no    got two >ears and 50
neneral Electric comnnnv   bein*   the  Thursday, April 20, the regular meet-  act on our solicitor's suggestion, Will
Geneial biectilc companj, being   tne  ,_g dflte (^ Monday   in   the we not thereby be continuing the sei-
heaviest bills. \ month) falling on a holiday. I vices of the auditor
The    board    of    works    accounts      Mrs. T. Scoullar, Mrs. J. E. Insley!    Councillor Rumble���Moses B. Cots-
forwarded,'to tbe railway officials In-  eaten, or both.   The same is true of
forming them that the present railway  all other animals." '
station was In the best location as far, ��� -������,.���
as the public was concerned   In view MESSAGE ON  RECIPROCITY.
of tills it was decided not to hasten ���   _.'���*�����<
a��ti��n on the request of the deputation   President    Taft    Preoarlng One   for
8n<l nojthing will be done for a couple; Extra Session of Congress. |
of weeks,   in the meantime petitions      Washington,  March    20.���President j
""A KW^id from .he mUd-! fiSffKJSK. G? He ���Z j totalled $2791.04. Gilley  Bros, taking and  Miss  "Armstrong- were" named  worth" is dead, so far as 19U is con-
** ongineer complaining that, some Companied by Mrs. ^ an^leOretajy I [J IgjJ^r. In the list with a bill <��������?��^^�� Wf#U were varied, and the di,
at  once the  preparation of his mes-1    Here are totals of the other commit-  Welsh and Mrs. W. J. Mathers were' cussion was somewhat rangey.   it was
Knee  to congress   resubmitting    the tee reports:    Bridge, $271.60; finance, named a committee to audit the book3! the opinion of the council. n��we\e.,
Canadian reciprocity agreement.    He $1703.05;      finance      (for     schools),  for   the   year,   and   Mrs. (Dr.) Man-1 that In view of the absencej>r Reeve
expects to confer w'it-h the leade-s o' $2391.27; flre. $941.23; health, $25 .,34:
both  parties  reeardlng  the  woik  of library, $48;   market,  $17.". i>;    parka,
the special session. $78.16;  police, $84.55;  water, $703.45.
of the contractors were not laying
own sidewalks in a proper or satlsfac-
jory wanner. The matter was re-
p,Tt''l to the board or works for re-
Port.
Several other matte 1-   rl minor Importance were dealt with
Winnipeg Real Estate.
Winnipeg, March 20���Two mi'lfon
dollars in real estate changed hands
last week in the vicinity of the near
Hudson's bay stores on Portage avenue.
Protest Withdrawns.
Chester and Mrs. S. A. Fletcher were  Weart  anl   Councillor    McKee,    the     nMp���jpMri March   20���The   proteat
.c'p-ted dS t. _ vi��d>��"g hospital com-1 statement would better be dealt with  filed by E. D. Martin against Mayor
mittee for the month.    - later. Evans' election has been withdraws.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 19���
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Wants
KELLINGTON & HENDRV gptyffg JQ J^f
SHARE IN FIELD STORE
FOUR fine lots on Edinb.rg street,
close to Fourteenth. Price $2600.
No. 193.
WANTED���TWO OH THREE ROOMS
suitable for light housekeeping.
Write Hox 66, Daily News office.
WANTED���MRS. RUNACRES, RE-
IKiirs clothing neatly, from a stocking to a silk dress. 711 Queen avenue.
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN, APPLY
to Hoyal City  Dye Works.
WANTED   TO   RENT���FURNISHED
house, flve or six rooms. Must ba.
close in or near car line. Write,'���
giving price and paiticulars, "Care-|
fnl." Daily News office.
BURNABY���Two view lots Third avenue, only $500 eacli; nothing chicaner.
GOOD modern Six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3500. $1100 cash,
balance over two years.   No. 62.
GOOD six-room bungalow or Fifth
avenue, close in; lot t>t>xl.12; price
$2650.   No. 76.
-* ���    ������*" *aa*************m .m,i,...i   . ��� ��� ���       -���
BURNABY���14 lots in D. L. 95; only
$300 each.    Bargain price.
DEPARTMENT HEADS BECOME
PARTNERS IN CHICAGO CORPORATION���SCHEME TO INSURE
PERMANENCY    OF    FIRM.
FIFTH    STREET���Lot between Sixth
and Seventh avenues.   Price $975.
WANTED���YOl'NG  GIHL  TO  TAKE,	
care of two small children.    Apply; EIGHTH
Chicago, March 20.���John G. Shedd,
president of a linn of Marshal Field
At Co., has announced a plan whereby
a number of department heads of the
great firm are to become joint owners
of the business.
This  move  will  assure  the  perma-
AVENUE���Lot      between; nency of the corporation as one of the
:t07 Carnarvon street. Fourteenth and    Sixteenth    streets,, leading American merchandising insti-
 , < ,'j    high side.   Price $900. .unions and ultimately may result  In
Wh���NuLEwDo7k^ *��& S?^0^^.-! FOURTH STREET-Near Durham, lot  its separation from the Field   estate.
314 Eighth street. facing west.   Price $875. j held in  trust  for the two  grandsons
WANTED���WE    HAVE    TO
$20,000,  amounts  of  $500  upwards.
P. Peebles, ti20 Columbia street.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TROUSERj
maker. Apply J. N. Aitchison, Colombia street.
t* ���  _, ..   , ,,: of the late Marshall  Field, who now
I OANi PRINCESS STREET���Near Sixth, full '
LUAN]rni��uMa �� being educated  under the super-
sized lot.   Price $850. ��� '
vision of their mother, Mrs. Maldwln
Drummond, in England.
According to reports, twenty-five of
FOR!
WANTED-AN    OFFICE    BOY    . ����� -
real estate office.    Apply Diamond   phone bm
_ Corbould, Lavery block.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call SG0. Box 1003. If you
prefer, order them with your lumber through  Small &  Bucklin.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown Bank Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
New Westminster
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
the department heads of Marshall
Feld & Co. will t-ake part in the new-
arrangement, which in reality i. a
profit-sharing plan" ifftder which able
and faithful employees of the company
will benefit.
Some of these department heads, :t
is said, will buy outright that portion
of the stock wliich is to be allotted to
them. Others, who are not now in a
position to do so, will be allotted a
certain number of shares of stock and
permitted to pay for them In the future cut of their profits of the busi-
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP. A FIR COUN
ter 16 feet long by 2% feet, at I. A.
Reid, next Tram Office.
FOR SALE ��� STANDARD BRED
liorse 'King Patchen" with buggy
and harness. Will sell horse alone
or with outfit. Can be seen at
Fashion Livery stable. Apply R. F
*   Walker, Westminster Trust Co.
in
West End. across the street from;
Moody Square; $1500, one-third'
cash; 6 and 12 months.
year 187(1���he has served continuously
since that time���a period of over thirty-five years.
"Our. secretary, Kenneth Barnhart,
has been made treasurer of the company, F. I,'. Reynolds assistant treasurer, James M. Haines secretary, and
Charles E, Martin assl tanl se retary,
"JOHN G, SHEDD.
President Maishall Field & Co."
Mr, Shedd in making the announce
ment did nol name ihe heads of departments who are to suae in tbe dis
tribution cf the stock, which heretofore has icon held dQsely.
The tii in al the liiiie of Mr. I-'ield's
deatli wns capitalized at $6,000,000,bul
the stock was considered worth man}
times this sum. Practically every
share of this was in Mr. Field's hands.
Other members of the firm, admitted
to fulfill the requirements of the Illinois corporation laws, are said to have
owned but one share each, and to
have held these shares under terms
whicli made il possible for Mr. Field
to regain possession of tbem at a
moment's notice. Notwithstanding
this arrangement, more than one of
the partners in the firm retired during the years of Mr. Field's owner
ship independent for life.
AMBASSADOR WILSON
RETURNS TO MEXICO
Believes Peace Will Soon Be Restored
and  Cordial  Relations  Between
Republics  Continue.
A. FULLY  modern,   five-room   house
one block from car line and adjoin
ing school; $2100, $500 cash, balance j ness
as rent if desired. Prospects for Others.
i     As time goes on and more men con-
PROMINENT   cleared   corner   lot   In nected with the company display  the
marked ability for which the Held sei-!
\ ice has heen noted in tlie past, they,
I too   will lie allowed to participate Lu 1
  I the plan on the same lenns, thus   al-
, ways holding oul an incentive for thei
LOT on Tenth avenue, In the vicinity improvement   of   the   Bervlce   under
of much  higher prices;    $(ifio, one-
third cash; balance *> and 12 months.
LARGE corner lot in West End with
two-room house, wliich will bring
$10 rental; $1750, one-thi:d cash.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 2 j
horsepower engine;   length  of boat
40 feet;   width of beam 9  feet   n^DCirv   piTDTlC o. DORGAN
inches-, good house. Boat thoroughly I KHU, V. UK. 113 Ct UURUH1N
equipped wilh life belts; license for
25 passengers; 51000. Apply W. J
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR    SALE���AT    A    BARGAIN,    11
horsepower,   4-cylinder   U-owie   enl
gine,  make and  break.    This is al
first-class engine and has only beer. I
ased two weeks. - Must  be sold at J
once.     Price   $600.     Apply    W.
Kerr,  New  Westminster  B.  C.
wl Ich probably the greatest merchandising  business  ihe  world   ever   has |
kii'iv, n was built up.
'lhe net resull will be that the Arm
will go on forever as a distinctly Chicago corporation, owne.1 and manage! j
bj Chicago men with the besl Interests oi their home city at heart. It
will continue lo hear the magic name
of Marshall Field, unde:- which tlie
business was built, and, aside from
the effect to the men immediately con-
i corned, tiie change will have no effect
Ion the conduct of the business.
Wiih the announcement of tlie pro-
i fit-sharing plan comes word of the re
THREE lots corner of Eighth   streetUirement of Chapin A. Day. treasurer
lacing Moody  Square.    Price $3100, j0f the tirm. who, after many years of
Mexico City, March 10.���The Ameii-
can ambassador, Henry Lane Wi'.son.
arrived last night from the l'nited
States. At the station to greet him
was Enrique Creel, Mexican minister
of foreign relations.
Minister Creel brought a message o'
greeting from President Diaz. Ths
ambassador authorized the follow.ny
statement:
"My mother is still critically ill and
her recovery can hardly be expected
However, I thought it my duly on ac
coun* of the unsettled conditions hei i
to return to my post without delay.
"Relative to the situation in Mexico
and on the border, I hope and believe
that order and peace will socn be restored in Mexico, and 1 anticipate no
interruption of the cordial relations]
which exist between the two repub
lies."
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
jjjjjJP March 22
MaxDill
of Kolb & Dill
Supported by an excellent company of
50   People   50
In the Beautiful  Musical  Comedy
LONESOME TOWN
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50.
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's
Pharmacy.
mJMBJr*w.Mr.w.iar<iiiaa^w>
705 Columbia Street.
P. PEEBLES
on .ood terms.
T
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB. BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Hell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick, sale, $120.
TO   RENT.
TO RENT���TWO HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
also large room for two people; $1.l5
per week each. Apply 224 Seventh
street.
TO RENT���LARGE, WELL FURN
ished front room; suitahle for two
gentlemen.    703 Agnes street.
TO RENT���A FIVE-ROOM MODERN
house, bathroom, washhouse, wood-
home, et.-., moderate rent. Enpiiie
S13 Fourteenth street, ahove Eight i
avenue.
TO RENT���EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on First stieet ar.d Eighth avenue.
Kent $12 per month. Apply Mr. Cor-
'dell, 308 Sixth street.	
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
SAFPERTON���Lots $50 cash and $10
I ei- month.
LOT on Princess street near Fourth
street.   Price $7no, on terms.
WEST END LOTS���Lot on Nanaimo
stieet, near Sixteenth street. Price
(850, rn good terms.
NEW two-story house on Seventh
street, near Queen's avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace. Price $4200, terms
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 13
months. Good only until the 20th of
this month.
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia Street.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
FOUND.
FOUND���LAST THURSDAY EVEN-
ing, a lady's stole. Owner can have
same by proving property and paying for this ad.    115 Eighth street.
PIANOFORTE AND THEORY LES-
. sons ,lady (certificated. Trinity college of London, England), has vacancy Tor two or three more pupil-.
Beginners thoroughly grounded.
terms from 25c per lesson. Apply
Al. L., this office.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Gardiner & Gardiner
m
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
���ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver   nnd  Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
iand Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 9fi).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nikola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96).
17:50���To Agassi?; ar.d Vancouver.
21.40���To Vancouver.    (No. 11.
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Reairtence  Phon*  133
COUGAR IS GUEST
AT   LONELY   LUNCH
Maltby, March 20.���Last night about
1 o'clock as the night watchman at
O. H. Lee's shingle mill near this
place, was about to cat his midnignt
lunch, a cougar about six feet long
entered the fire room and came within
ahout eight feet of the man
He threw a block of wood at the
animal, which fled, hut returned.
The  watchman roused one   of the I
workmen at the mill and each armed
with a rifle, they took a few shots at
the beast, but these went wild and the j
cougar fled Into the forest.
m
WL W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
.Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
'".Vancouver.     New Westminster.
U. S. Cavalry for London.
Washington, Marcli 19.���The United
States cavalry wlll participate ln tho
international horse show ln London In
June in connection with the Coronation. Five officers and ten listed men
will represent the American mllltarv
establishment. The party will take
two horsos per man.
service, has decided to devote the ri
malnder of his life to recreation an-
the society of his family.
For more than thiry-five years Mi
Day lias been in the service of the
Brm, rising to a position of the greatest responsibility, llis place will Infilled by Kenneth Barnhart, formerly
secretary of the company.
The retirement of Mr. Day   reveals!
Mr. She id as more than ever a domin-1
ant figure in Chicago business circles,
it being understood that the direction
of the firm will rest completely iu his
j hands.
Mr.   Shedd's   Statement.
Mr. Shedd's statement anounclng
the pvotit-sh ring plan, ghen out a' the
close of business last night, is as follows:
"For some time past rumor has heen
busy with the suggesting) that somo
changes wore contemplated in the or
ganizatlon of Marshall. Field & Co.'s
business. These rumors have undoubtedly arisen from the fact that we
have been perfecting a plan looking
toward the initial step in a co-operative principle of ownership of stock by
a large number of Individuals employed in tlie management of this business.
'���Marshall Field & Co. have always,
either by the bonus plan or percentage division of profits, to a certain extent operated on a co-operative plan as
to profits', hut have long recognized
the desirability of broadening tho
scope of that principle, and have finally concluded on what we deem a scientific plan of profit-sharing and stockholding, which, when cart led to is
finality, will make this institution ln
its broader sense a coope alive one.
Something    Different.
"Some of the larger  organizations
of the country have ndopted methods
; of distribution to those who were able
to buy stock, bul we have enleavored
t.i ('(> something dlfferenl  from this
[ nini. i< e'ing thai tbe lime is ripe foi
i the in1 roducli"n o   Bome plan  which
twill make In h greater degree for m
I creased efficiency In our organization
n <�� have i o tided h    lock holding plan
With     a   pro fll sin: ilii;     t lan,     lhe ehy
making II possible for iome i r thos,. in
the manngemenl  who mlchl nol have
'the money wherewith to pay, to buy
Block and pay foi sine o:it of tbe pro-
I flt-shai Ing.
"We have extended lhe tun. t sharping and Btockhnl.lng privilege lo as
many of our departmenl managers as
we can arrange for at this time, and
while our plan Is by no me ins rarrleil
to Us final conclusion, il contemplates
the recognition of a considerable num
ber of our department heads and those
of our managerial stiff, who ha e been
connected with the hu. Iness for many
years and whose efforts have contributed to the building up of the busi
ness.
For Ideal Trade.
"We hope as time goes on opportunity will perttilt us lo give still further evidence In concrete form of the
conditions whl"h we believe will make
for the Ideal In  business generally.
"It Is wilh the greatest regret that.
in this connection we have to announce the decision of onr treasurer.
Chai In A. Dav, to retire from buslnest
anl devote hls llre to recreation and
to M-i family.
"Mr. Day came to the flrm in   the
Cannot   Be   Extradited.
Chicago, March 19.���Counsel for thel
men indicted in the Alaska coal   land '
cases declares that the Canadians arc
under  Hritish  protection  and   cannot
he brought lo this count! y for trial. He j
says the treaties between the   United!
States and  Hritain  do not  make conspiracy against the government an ex
traditable offence.
F ASHTON. taste snd perfect sanitation demand
Alahastine walls. Albastine is applied
with cold writer and a (hit brush. Alahastine
ran ho re-coated without removing eld coat.
Alaha-.tnc walk have life, brilliancy, beaut?.
Thev are the only sanitary walls known Ala-
bastine will not fade nr rub <,:1 Ci n e i" ->'>.!).
u.ctina, *���*���** the 21 'iifTcron' tints, and apei imetu
of Alahastine worl.-. Alabastincd walll col!
s Hi-mi others,  and laal longei
FR*7*-. STPNCHS Yon can .-������! charming
. tenrlN, worth from 50* to $1 " free, Let
us tell you cbout tlsb free   I Z-ir.     a
FOR  SALE  BY
J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
Burnaby Snap
Five-Acre Block
cleared; between City Limits and
Edmonds Station on 12th street
car line.   Price	
$1600 per acre
1-4 cash, balance to arrange.
EXCLUSIVELY BY
WESTMINSTER REALTY!
Room 5, Trapp biock,   New Westminster
lAi'iVaiiimK-aWm
���t! TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
TcaTime Talks*
The Healthfulness of Tea
Physicians who often forbid the use of Coffee
and Cocoa to the well, prescribe tea for the sick.
Of the three, tea is the only beverage that can
be drunk for a lifetime without injurious effects.
lt is a harmless tonic���a gentle stimulant without
reaction.
As tea is the most desirable beverage, so
*Salada" ia tea in its most desirable form.
"Salada" Ceylon Tea comes from tea plant
to tea pot untouched by human hands, from the
time the leaves fall into the picker's baskets.
Its delicate aroma and delicious flavor are perfectly preserved in sealed, air-tight packages.
Atk your grocer for " Salada" Tea or tend
for a free trial packace which make* 23
cup* of deliciou* tea. We wUI mail lt ta
Tou without charge. Say whether you us*
Black. Mixed or Green Tea and the price
you par per pound.
The "Salada" Tea Co.
32 Yoag��� StrM* Toraate
GALLAGHER LIKELY TO
| hope that Gallagher might be brought
hack  to  California,   has   refused   to
I grant   tlte  motions lor   dismissal, and
BE TAKEN BACK SOUTH 'syrJS. "'"' ",Mm'" ""'
*��_$&$��
Warrant  for    Embezzlement    May   Be   ���
Issued   Against   Much-Wanted   Graft
Witness in San Francisco.
J DISTRICT COUNCIL:
ni.
V**shSal**0*m
B.C. Mills
limber  and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, 8A8H,   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   B0XE8     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88. l___%.
Tc ephone   12
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
New Westminster   t:
Box  137
San Francisco, March 20.���Will "
Jim'' Gallagher, tlie chief witness   in
the graft prosecution, be brought back
to San Francisco?
It is lejiorted that a warrant is
shortly to be issued lor Gallagher's arrest on a charge of embezzlement in
connection with some tranaaction he
had with an Oakland hank. Ga It. he.-
is now in Vancouver, living snugly inside lhe Canadian line. The Canadian
extradition treaties do not coier the
exchange of witnesses between the
l'nited Slates and the Dominion, bul
they do provide for the extradition of
persons accused of emhez .. ���....    , -
Gallagher could readily be returned to  of the
San Francisco or Alameda County, if a   views
charge   of   embezzlement    could    be  the
brought against hlm
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SURREY.
The council
Surrey t etflie. ._
and ail members
���
*
���������
met at   the  Town  hall,
on March IK, tbe reeve
being  present.    Tlie
minutes of the previous meeting were
read and confli med.
Communications   weie   received   as
follows:
Fiom C Hummel, manager Light
and Power department, B. C. E. K., acknowledging receipt of instruction as
to the location of their poles on the
Milton, Clover Valley and
Prairie roads and King street
ceived.
 _������,������ ...      From  W. J.  Bowser, Attorney Gen-:
zlement. Jim  oral, acknowledging receipt of letter j
n  rptiirnoH   tr.    nt   tho   tiani+V*   <���*���* ���    -���-���   '
Hall
He-
-o---r.     ...aa-aya    all     1CLIC1
fourth instant and noting   the
of the council  iu  reference   tc
^^^^^^^^m���- --  reference   to
establishment   of   an    industrial
 , and once ln the  school  for girls on  the   lower   main-
jurisdiction of California he could   be  land.   Received.
subpoenaed as a witness in the graft From tlie assistant secretary of the
cases, and probably locked up as a fug- interior re the application of Surrey
iti ve witness. , to  have  certain   lands  set  aside   for
With Gallagher at hand the district  park purposes, and stating that in this
attorney's office would  have to with-  case they   J'J
draw its motion for the dismissal   of
WHEN may,
we have the
pleasure of
showing you the new
spring styles in Fit-
Reform Suits and
Spring  Overcoats?
We illustrate a
new style of Rain
Coat made from
Garbinette aad
Cravenette.
Fit-Reform was first
to introduce the
Wardrobe System.
. did not think it would ue
prefer for the department to do so.
From W. Galpln Bryce payment for
work done on the road. Received and
referred to Councillor Inglis.
From B. C. Good Roads association
re   endorsing   resolution   for
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market.    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
     ...,J,���,,l    lUJ     lub    ui&ims&ai     i
tbe charges now pending against Rat-
rick Galhoun. president of the United
Railroads. It might mean an entire re
oiening of the great cases.
Movers   Not   Known
Just who is
tion of G       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
trlct attorney's office or an independ-  taken,
ent coterie working resolutely for the      On motion the following   appropria-
interest of the Oakland  bank, is not  tions were made:
known. I     Ward 1, $450 for Clover Valley road
���' .  line south   one   mile;
Serpentine road at   Mr.
00   for   Holt
s   Prairie
                i**=   ^"uuioiiiK resolution   ic
who is considering the extradi-  ments to the Municipal CU
Gallagher, whether it ls the dis-   Received   too late  for  actic
torney's office or an independ-  taken.
amend-
lauses   act.
action   to   be
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It ls the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may he used In two ways; to spend for what is
needed now and to invest for what shall be needed In the fu-
t ire.   Money cannot he invested until it Is first saved.
PROTECT YOUR  FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital. $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
rupt practices, for he was protected
by the statute of limitations before he
left the 6tate of California. The criminal transaction which is alleged
against him by the Oakland bank still
holds because Gallagher left the state
within the prescribed period of limitation.
Wandered Over Europe.
Gallagher slipped out of San Francisco shortly after Fickert was elected
distiict attorney and before he took
office. He went to Europe. But h<>
'rifted back lo the Pacific slope. The
neatest point of .afety for bim was
British   Columbia,  unci  there  he   went,
living quietly at Vancouver.
The nature of the criminal trnnssac
tion In Alameda county Imputed to
him has not been disclosed, hut it Is
believed 'o have been committed In
connection with the extensive building operations he conducted in various suburbs. Gallagher planted his
fortune in building lots.
Since Gallagher has been out of the
state   District   Attorney    Fickert    has
Ward
^^^   road,
^^^^^^^^^.    road    east;
$300 for Scott road;  $300 for
Town Line road;  $300 for the Hjorth
road;  $200 for Sandell road;  $250 for
the Johnston road;  $100 for the Gladstone road;   .4">() for the Newton road;
Ward  3,  $450 for the   Newton   road;
$300  for  Ihe   Mclnnls  road;   $25(1   for
the Johnston road south of the McLe-
man   road:   $50   for  culverts   on   Mud
Bay road; Ward 4. $600 for Coast Meridian  road;   $300  for  Old  McLennan
road; $400 for Halls Prairie road; $500
for Lattlmer road; $50 for Bose road;
$50 for K. A M. B. road; Ward 5, $500
for   Coast   Meridian   road;     $500    for
Hulls   Prairie   road;   $50   for   K.   &  M.
j B. road.
CHIEF LAID TO REST
MID GRIM HONORS
BULL HEAD, STALWART LEADER
OF THE SARCEES, JOINS THE
GREAT HUNT ��� FUNERAL IS
VERY   SILENT.
men on either side.    Then, after Uie
ropes  had   been   dispensed   with   the
casket   was   seized    by   tlie    Sarcees
wherever a  hand could find   a   hold.
while disengaged hands were occupied
in clutching at the  brush   anl   wire
fencing along the trail in order that
the Indians might stay upon their feet-
It was a fierce struggle and one thai
might well have conquered the heart
of many a brave paleface.     The Sarcees  were   undaunted, however,   and
withal they were methodical as nearly
as   circumstances   would   permit,  nor
were tliey to be hurried in the slightest degree.    Whil pulling, hauling and
tugging   along  the   trail    the   braves.
^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^._ ��� worked   in   silence.       During    resting;
Calgary,  March 20.���Followed to its   BpeuB there  -,as an occasional  grunt.
last resting ple^e hy a crowd ot wall-   or   word   ot    command,   but    not    Ute
Ins  women, wide-eyed and silent chll-   s\i&ViteBt  evidence  ol   grlet  or  sorrow
dren  and   stoical    Indian   braves,  the _. "--     ��� ���-
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SSftJKS FITTINGS!
SHOWCASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���8TAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   8UPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
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J. BROOKES, Proprietor 4
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473     *
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W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
pIRE BRICK.
asked   that   the   indictments    be    dis
missed, _ request in which the defend-      Council    then    adjourned
ants have assiduously joined. ' again  on   Saturday,  April   1
Judge  Lawlor,   holding  to a   faint p, m.
On   moti-.n   the  reeve   and   council-   oren  ana   stoical    Indian   braves,  the   ��7"^_."J _v_"U*��& ri^I'IIL ZZJtZlZTZL
, i  i. i  i     ii iir.av  r,f  n.oi   11..,,1   ,.v,i���f  ���f  ,*...   a....   aB we ��' *"��� white race are Inclined to
lors Johnson  and  Inglis  were appoint-   bodj   of  Bull  Head, chief of  the   Sav-   dl    , emotion..     Nearly   alt  ot
ed a committee to arrange and settle  M*. waa yesterday intered in the lit-   ih��s���cew smoked on the ���ay up ���,_
with  the  C    N.   R.  for  right   of   wav   tie  cemetery   of  the   Sarcee    reserve.   trail
through municipal land at Port Kells.   For thirty-four years Bull  Head lived      AUer ted|ou_ effort ,h_ beneh land
On motion J. C. S. MacKenzie was on the Sarcee reserve. He was one appe.ir beneath the mai_ gur,ace ^
engaged as road supervisor for Sur- of the few- chieftains who refused to the ground. A temporary cover or
rey municipality at the same salary as be misled by Louis Riel as a result of ghelter of bruah boardg an"d earth was
last year. which  he  stood  In   particularly   high   p]aced over the casket and todav t|le
Accounts to the amount of   $161.90   favor with the government.    He   was   W(jrk wl��� procee(i un(I1 tfle excavation
were passed and ordered paid. fhe  spokesman  for   the   Sarcees.   -'
to   meet
at   1:80
*.iW\
to Eat ?
ha-dru-20 "IspepsIA IZ^BIETS
and you won't know you have a stomach. Tliey will see to it
that your food is properly digested. They are among the
best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by
expert chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale
druggists in Canada. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not
stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail you a box.
  __   although himself a Hlackfoot, and upon
the occasion of his death his tribesmen and followers were permitted to
clothe the body in a handsome blue
uniform adorned with brass buttons, of
which Hull Head was very proud, and
which was given to him hy the government in token of his authority as a
sort of officer or marshal among the
redmen.
In appreciation of his ability as   a
wise  man   and  a  great   warrior,  the
nlac    mem    ai.u    a    gicai      naniui,    auaj    gn U8W   that
Sarcees on Friday night heavily paint- medlately to her people on the Blacked Bull Head's face in order that ho foot re8ervei flfty miles distant. For
might enter the happy hunting ground  a nutnber of years Fast Bull Head has
is sufficiently large for the purposes
of permanent burial according to the
customs of the white race.
Bull    Head's   Squaw.
During the course of the ceremony
at the grave Bull Head's squaw sat at.
the feet of her departed master. She
is an old women, said to he nearly
ninety years of age. She is a Black-
foot and the Sarcees have great difficulty In conversing with her.
It is understood from Bull Head's
squaw that she intends to return fan-
mediately to her people on the F"
foot reserve, fifty miles distant.   For
NATIONAL DBUO ANO CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL.
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with  due  and  sufficient  evidence   of
I his   bravery  and  courage   upon   this gquaWj :n fact were lt not for ljer
earth.    The Canadian ensign bearing ,ng care and affectionate attention
the Dominion  coat of arms with  the -    ������ ������  ���*-^*- ..     .
been    greatly   dependent    upon    Ms
squaw, m fact were lt not for ner lov-
Ms
Clearance Sale
 OF  	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
WHAT?
WHEN YOU ASK FOR
PEABODYS'
OVERALLS,
IF YOUR LOCAL DEALER
SAYS HE HAS
"SOMETHING JUST AS GOOtf
COMPARE THEM. NOTE THE
FIT.MATERIAL.WORKMANSHIP,
ANDYARDAGE-.NUMBEROF POCKETS
OF THE 0VERAL1S.ALS0 ON
THE COATS NOTE THE GAUNTLET
CUFF.ANDTHE UNIFORM BAND
COLLAR.AND THEN IF THE "JUST
AS GOOD"GARMENT STANDS THE
COMPARISON,BUY IT BY ALL
MEANS.     BUT MARK YOU,
THEY WONT STAND A CAREFUL
COMPARISON.
ine  Dominion  coai oi  arms  wun  ine  death  would  probably  have   occurred
: Union Jack In the upper corner, was  long ag0   ancording to the officials ot
also placed upon the casket where it  the |n(uan department.
; remained until interment was made.    |     During his  life  Bull  Head   wanted
As Chief Bull Head was a pagan the  for notblng.    In his position as  chief
| authorities at the reserve did not in-  jle nat,[rally had many perquisites de-
, terfere   in   the   matter  of   having   a' nied ]eBser members of the tribe.    Ia
: Christian   burial   service    performed.   fic. he wag a man of means according
, The majority  of  Sarcees  having   be-  t0 ,he indian standardization of value.
I come converted to the Christian   be-   DUt now ^at he Is gone his squaw i&
j lief, apparently expected the authorl-! mourning her position as a   poverty-
| ties or workers of the Christian church   4Crjcken old woman, for such spoils as
: to take some part In the services, but  may j��� future come to the new chieT-
there seemed to be a misunderstand-  .aln wjjj no longer be shared with Bull
lng somewhere and so the usual cere-   qead'g companion for so many years.
monies at the home of the dead chief   For ^jg reaSon the latter is returning
were lacking and the Sarcees were left  ,0 her people, broken In spirit, grief-
pretty much to their own devices   iu   gtricken  and  penniless,  although,   of
the matter of burial. I t.<,urse, the government will see to It
Leaving Bull Head's humble home,  that g)^e will always be well cared for.
I.C'.L.UIU      DILI     HCaU   B     IHUUUic     i.aj.���^, -[}����   gfie    Will    U1W_*0    U.Z    a**.,,   vw������
the funeral procession wended its way ^t present, though, it is rather hard to
through the village and   across   Fish oonv|nce her of this fact, as she and
creek to the  foot of the  hills   rising Buu Head rigidly adhered to their p��-
sharply from the water's edge on the ���an belief and  naturally  do   not   -so
...    m-j_,m   readllv  understand  the   elements   *���*
* w**��.��       t'l nuiiui     vwv      ����������_-_ .      Ot
Christianity. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Emblem of Mourningr-
Upon a little knoll a short distance
from Bull Head's shack the Sarcees
mounted the Union Jack at half mast.
This was on Friday night and the flag
remained In its position until yesterday noon. It was then replaced hy a
tatter of black rags, tbe deeper awl.
more impressive symbol of death according to the Indian  version.     To-
WE ARE THE AGENTS
FOR
PEABODYS
GUARANTEED OVERALLS.
M. J. PHILLIPS,
671 Co'umbia *.trjeet, New Westnn inster
The Wardrobe
Clothier
southern side.    Here It was necessar
to abandon the wagon.    At this point
there Is an elevation of probably 800
feet, very step, so much so that    at
times the casket was in an almost perpendicular  position.     The   trail   was
narrow and in many places   covered
with ice where the sun's rays had not
i spread   their  cheering   warmth.      In
i other places the snow was quite deep,
i while again along the trail  the  pallbearers    were    obliged    to    struggle  COT(lmg  t0  lne  luulull   .*,*-,.���     __
through mud. the varying condition of  morrow ft different flag may be raleed
the trait depending upen the extent to  fo_ the Tndians have several flags of
which It had heen reached by the sun.    various coiors and these are raised at
The  Struggle  up  the  Trail. certain intervals are are believed to bas
Before reaching the foot of the trail repre5entative of messages defining;
the Sarcees were obliged to ford Fish (he (lep.u.ted one's progress through
creek, a stream of considerable widtn  (he h hunting grounds.
and one in which the ice is just now : .	
breaking   up.     The   pallbearers,   the ��
grave digger and a number of follow-' WILL   SEND   TABLETS.
ers unhestltat'ngly plunged into   the1 	
Icy waters, the result being a thorough   London and Edinburgh  to  Contribute
drenching of the feet and legs. I        to   Halifax   Memorial   Tower.
Crossing the stream the caket wasi Halifax, N. S., March 20.���The Hait-
removed from a tumble down sort of fax Canadian club were Informed tw
vehicle drawn by a couple of wretchel I cable today from the Guildhall tfnr
Indian ponies. Ropes were fastened. the Corporation of London would this;
beneath the casket and attached also week send to Halifax a sculptured tab1
to the handles. The looped end8 were| let for thc Halifax memorial tower in
then dropped over the shoulders of i course of erection, and which will'
several stalwart young braves who commemorate the establishment of ree-
trudged onward through the snow, tho sponsible government in Nova Scotia
ice and the mud, according to the con- 163 years ago.
dition of the trail. As the party pro-j Edinburgh also has signified its f��-
gressed it became necessary to aban- tentlon to send a suitable tablet, tbe
don tbe ropes as the tray became so design having been agreed upon. The
narrow that there was barely room for Corporation of Dublin is expected t��
the casket without   the   clambering take a similar action. PAGE POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911
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The Daily News
Published hy The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
-corner   of   McKenzie   und    Victoria
Streets.
commercial structure tn the city, is
assuming definite form. This will become the new home of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce. It is much the
same story of hustle and activity in
the residential section, in nearly every
street of wliich builders are engaged
in erecting new homes.
All those signs are impressive and
E. A,
Pain* Managing Director  inspiring, and thereby ls It made clear   medicine but got no help.
^dlUe  " ' .....     I  ii...,i. vn.i  for s.miIiiil' me
His Uio Age Made
Free From Suffering
BY GIN PILLS
Annapous, N.S
"I am over So years of age and have
been suffering with Kidney and Bladder
Trouble for fifteen years. I took doctors'
-*--"-      I want to
that our city Is moving rapidly towards that high position which is her
due. 	
TUESDAY, MARCH  21, 1911.
��� Council Hears
The industry and activity at present
observable  in  and  about  the  streets, Sam
Strange Stories
(Continued from Page One.)
The appoint-
mxM-i wmic  m  ......    ���  --.-- ,,..     May in his stead
of New Westminster at  the present ment was confirmed
time afford food for thought.    Herein '' No HelD f<
.,   '      ine     mould-    iiiiiiuii.i,...    ��w��.*-w���
^re may see evidences of a great city that thev ha(, glven a rfei,   6f rtought
ia the making.   For many years the to the appeal made by the social win?
Royal   City grew and expanded only of  the  Salvation  Army  for  subscrip-
alowly, and her   evolution   from   the U��n 'T^. thve ctty "d they had de-
 .     ,         ���,.                ,     .          ,    , elded that the corporation could not
primal condition of a clearing out of gee the,_ way t_ .Bglgt
the great natural forest to'a centre of Lelbly & Blumer,--CohwuWa street,
trade and industry was gradual. Then wrote that they were erecting twenty
came the flre, which practically wiped residences in this citjrv.*W*va* -thesp
.,,.,., ... were but the forerunners to manv
out the whole of the business quarter. more ^ wouW npprecU^ a fho
It was something of a struggle to get council would lay down a *Bter soothe physical concomitants of a city ply. The matter was refe^r^'M the
together again;   to recover the busi- water committee to repbi*.
, .,. . Requests for Improvements.
aess    connections,    and    re-establisn A petJUo_ Blgned by A   R   H_,e> c
commercial affairs on   a   substantial w. Long, J. W. Whitney and S. Coutts
basin    When this was done men were was read and in this these ratepayers
aby of investing or venturing far upon asked that an opening for a lane be-
_.           ,     ,    _,__   __ . ___���_-. tween Twelfth and Henley be made by
the work of expansion, and moreover ^ coundl     T))e natte* ^., ,ett in
times generally were quiet. But we tlle hands of ttle boara 0f works. ,
know today that the few who were James 13. Allen asked pertnlssion to:
able and did invest have reaped a very  take up the sidewalks round the court!
house and relay with cement was the J
thank vou for sending me the sample
box of GIN PILLS.
I have taken six boxes of OIN PILLS
altogether but got relief before I had
taken near that amount. I had to get
up some nights every fifteen minutes
nnd had to use an instrument before I
could urinate.
Now, I can lie in bed four or five hours
without getting up. I can say that GIN
PILLS have nearly cured me and I shall
always keep a box in the house."
W. H. PrRRCB.
Do as Mr. Pierce did���write ns for
free sample box ol GIN PILLS and see
for yourself just how much they will do
for you,���then buv the regular sice boxes
No Help for Array. i iw jw,���-������--v ~r"X~l'-_i'_ to
The    finance    commit^   ported| �� your -"fr^-Stf M&
guarantee of money back if they fail to
jm-e prompt relief. National Drug and
Chemical Co., Dept.  B C . Taronto.   51
rich reward for tlieir seeming audacity
.and confidence. Then a wave of new
prosperity swept over the Dominion
and this province in particular. Industrial ventures of many and various
hinds were projected and carried out;
cause for quite a lengthy and what i
proved to he abortive discussion. The!
mayor was of the opinion that before j
going further ln the alteration it!
would be well to get a line cn the
land as he believed that it would be
possible to capture a hit of propertv
new lines of communication were pro-  and with this addition it tftyild help
_    ....     ., i   tr. mnt-o tiiA eourt  houso approaches .
posed and prepared for.    To the   old
city lying hard by the Fraser, which
had.   as   it   were,   slumbered   at     its
ease  for  so  long,  the  movement  of
activity and progress came and awakened her p.eople to a sense   cf    her
right inl position aud her possibilities.
Men from afar too noticed that there
���were    brilliant    prospects    for    New
���Westminster; they came, saw and invested wisely and extensively.    So it
Vias  come  about  that today  our  city
stands on the high road of material
advancement and expansion,    and    is
well on her way to the attainment of
>h;it  importance  which    comes    with
greatness.
.It is this fact that is made so evident by the hustle and movement
which is observable in almost every
thoroughfare of our city today. The
handpcme main highway of Columbia
street, the first section of which has
to make the court house approaches
more  becoming  to  the  city.    It   was j
only  when   Alderman    Campbell,    as
chairman  of the  building committee,
had explained that there was no possible chance of grabbing anything as
tlie   surveyor   hai   made     exhaustive
measurements and found that correct'
figures had been secured, the suggestion  from thc chair was of necessity
dropped,   and   especially   when   Alder
man   Campbell  told  the  c.onucil  that
he had  taken  the initiative and  had
told   the   contractors   to   begin   work
and this had been done.
THE D��ILV NEW*
��� IN ���
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
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RobertsElectricCo.
47 Sixth street
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Pfcons 11?
Columbia Btreet.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   **
any part of this city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
CUY PROPERTY
WEST END���Lots from $500 up.
WEST END���One acre corner hlock consisting of flvo full size ' i
JTLTi each.    Good terms.
WEST  END��� lOlghth avenue, ..ne and a half acre block, JBOOO    Ri
terms.
WEST END���Seventh avenue, three large lots with lane al real   .}���;-,
each.   One-third cash, balance easy.
WEST END���Industrial sites fiom $3500 up.
REGINA STREET���Corner lot, all cleared, lane at rear of lol   i ���
, south. $2000.
SIXTH STREET���Good lot near Sixth avenue, $1600.   One-third cash
balance 8, 12 und 18 months.
HOUSE���Second street, modern and well kept, beautiful lawn.   Thl
is a very desirable buy.    Price JK500.   Terms good.
HOUSE���Close to Third avenue and Pine stret, modern house, every
convenience, large lot, $3000.    Good tcnnR.
TENTH AVENUE-Lots from $350 up.
SAPPERTON���Block consisting of eight full size    lots,    facing   on
four streets. $3200. One-third cash, balance 6, 12 and lg months
EDMONDS���Watch this place grow.    We have still a number ol good
lots for sale here.
Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
RUEF ATTEMPTS
TO GET HEARING
San Francisco. March 18.���Attorneys for Abraham Ruef, former political hoss, now serving a sentence of
fourteen years in San Qwntin pi ism
for bribery, appeared before the state
supreme couit today with a petition
asking the court to rehear Its order
vacating the order to hear an appeal
We have a few of those unbreakab',
Tungsten lamps left. Call and let
us show you them.
Electrical,
Contr cting, Power
and Motor Work.
All  work  promptly attended to and guaranteed.
Phones 761 and 588.
oud.., .....     --. " " from the decision of the first district
excited wide and general admiration, court of appeals, which sustained th-3
Is being extended as a first Class busi-  judgment  of the trial court,
ness thoroughfare northwards, so that      The lotion  consists of ninety-two
pages, chieflv devoted to an argument
ere long New Westminster will pos- ^ _lnpe the supreme court is em.
sess over a mile of one of the very lowered to correct the erros of lower
finest business streets in the Domin-  tribunals it has the power.to rectify
any te'-hnical mistakes it' may hav��
made itself. It is argued in the petition that through no fault of the defendant he was deprived of his constitutional right to have his case hea"d
by the failure cf the couit to provide
a substitute for a justice who was
absent temporarily from the-state.
It is contended that the absence of
Justice  Fenshaw  was in  nowise  the
3oe. The work of improving the sile
streets and residential avenues by th2
laying down of permanent sidewalks
is in active operation, whilst Bewerlng
and draining men modern lines is being carried out. Nr.r long hence, as
it is generally hoped and expected, wo
shall ha-e a s:nnll army of men bufeily    _���  . 	
���engaged in carr-. ing out the necessarv  fault of the defendant and that  the
improvements to provide first class ac''��""re  of the or<]er for a rehearing
. to become operative on this account
commodation for the shipping which should not be permlUec, t0 stand in
will he moving over the surface of the t^e wav of a none p-xj tunc order of
mighty Fraser river. the court, providing that petition for
Yet" these things are only part of a rehearing he again pres. ��tft4 with-
,_,.__.. , . out preludice to either the people o:
Abe work of activity that is going for- ,he defendant,
ward.   It is the enterprise of private 	
���owners and corporations which is so .....   .	
_,      ., . A      ,    ___ ���       , MAY   ACT  AS   REfcENT.
noticeable as an index to the way   ~ .
in
which the Royal City is progressing. Connaught   .May   .Return- Home   for
Works of this kind, of greater or less Three Months After Coming Here.
,    .     Q���on  whichever London,   March   20.���The   Duke   of
importance, are to he seen whichever Con__. ght ,g du_ tQ ,eave /f)r Cana(,;i
way one turns. In the business sec- jn bepten,ber> but ,hele u iin jdea
tion we have the fine new central sta- that j,e wjh return to Knpland in Notion wliich the B. C. Electric Railway vember in order to act as Regent dur-
cnmmuiy   is  building  for   tiie  accom- lng the absence of the King and Queen
company   is   ouuuiu_ in ,n(]la   rnde|. thc Rogencj. ABt the
nidation of Its ever increasing pas- QB]y |||(sf).   (.u|)ahle of 11(.til|.,- as  !u..
sengor traffic and the business man- gent is the (pieen. As she is going witb
agement In connection with the whole the king on his visit to India another
Fraser valley section    of    the    line; ttegeut must be chosen
whilst hard by a very spacious wharf
and freight warehouse, one of tiie
largest of its kind in the vicinity, is
being constructed. Along Columbia
Btreet itself stores are being enlarged,
���and new and handsome show windows installed. In a week or two the
contractors will he busy upon the imposing new building projected by the
Westminster Trust, at the corner of
Begbie and Columbia street. In the
last named street a new block of business premises is approaching completion, and this, with Its    more   im-
The most natural and fitting person
is the Duke of Connaught, but an act
of parliament, will have to he passed
appointing hlm to the office during
the king's absence. If this in done it
will Involve the absence of the duko
of Connaught from the Canadian vice-
loyalty ior about three months.
The Royal Studio
610   Columbia   St.,   New  Westminster.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
la age and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on  Savings
Balances half-yearly. ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
Mrs. A. Wiggins, who was,connected
for many years w.th Messrs. Lafayette,
Of New Bond street, London, begs tn
������ww, ��..*. v��� - ���     inform  the  residents  of'*'. SBBB." West-
portant fellow to go up at tbe bottom minster and surrounding districts that
end. will completely    transform    the ��he has purchased and  r. opened tho
, ;..     .     ,     ���.     ,,,._ .   ...   photographic business at the above ad-
aspect of this street.   The Cliff build-  {,������* aiJd  ,���  prepared  t0 offer  high
ing on Sixth street,    which    ls    also  (.la88 pictures at very moderate prices.
nearly   complete.!,  will   form  an   im-  Child    portraiture   a   specialty.   See
portant addition to the structural at-  show cases at doorway. '��� i
tractions   of   New   Westminster,   pro
���Viding several large new stores and a
���considerable  number    of    residential
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
apartments. Near by, on the southern
aide of Columbia street what gives
jiromire of being the most handsome
��� IN ���
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THE  DAILY  NE>AfS
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rod
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng
Isnd, New York, Ch<<ago snd Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of tht-
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward
aud Interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
I
3H   to  25   H.   P.
2 and  4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
^^    w**w***a*a*a**,sa**********************************^
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cess
pools. Septic Tanks,   Etc..  Etc.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Dally
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per month, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO   HARDY    BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m. . _ Kvery Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Fildav
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,900,000
Reserve         (i,900,000
The Hank has 175 branches,
extending ln Canada from llie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Kico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK und LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
650 COLUMBIA STREET.
Phone 832.
I.Above The Pair
HOW ARE THESE TERMS ?
FIVE ROOMED HOUSE���Modern; lot 66x132; on Fifth avenue near
Becond street.    Price |3000, tei ins $1200 casli, balance, 12, 18 and
21 months at 7 per rent.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE���Beautiful design, modern, on Fifth avenue:
lot 66x132; in Ice (4100, terms $14uii cash, balance 12, 18 and 21
months at  7 per cent. |
These houses are offered for the next thirty days al thl pri ea
PnpPDf |?��      620 Columbia St.
���    rLLDLWi   Telephone 207
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101. and order a nice mast 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
���������*���************
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulpher Solution,  Paris Green, Whale Oil
Soap, Quassie Chips, Blue Stone
i RyalVs Drug Store
*   PHONE 57.
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EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
ttftl8&
rJ
CORREC1
STYLISH
PRlNTlN?.
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500 Tons, 7,000  Horsepower,
 ��� 320 Feet Long ,18i/? Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF,
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet  long, 18V4   knots;  sallinK f"'m
Johnson's Wharf.
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart. .
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prime Rupert for Port Simpson,
eolith,  Massett,  Skldegate, Jed way, etc., at noon, March .Ubi.
He sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Hallway System ��
Detroit,    London,    Hamilton,    Toronto, Montreal, Portland,    i'<_
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing
For rates, tickets, tlmo tables, illustrated Hteruture and all I"
ipatlon apply to fl
HARRY G. 8MITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent phone '
Drier***  30bU
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)    Knonc
527 Granville 8treet, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic ftenuhip Lines
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS *���
TUESDAY, MARCH ^1, 1911.
SPORTS
4^**************
* BILLIARDS. *
�������������������������'����������� + + + ��
The first of the series of the com-
nerclal    billiard    championship   con-
SAYS FEDERATION
OF EMPIKE IS NEAR
THE DAILY NEWS.
POOR MONKEY MAY BE
A LEPER LIKE A MAN
PAOB nva
F. R. Lynch Predicts Accomplishment
of Imperial Federation Within the
Next  Ten   Years.
tegr.a for the John Ii. Cray gold medab
was played In llert Fletcher's parlors
last  night, the opposing  forces  being
representativp of tlie asylum and real
estate experts.   The scores:
Rfeal Kstate. Asylum.
Half 150   Holt sr,
Gilchrist  150   McAllister 141
C. . in it li 150 Harlow 111
Eastman 100  Sparrow 150
Wellington 150 Heaton 120
Tonlghl the United Hanks (Smith,
peele, Wells, Field and Pratt) play
tbe Government lot (J. Mahoney, C.
p, Latham, H. Turnbull, A. O'Brien
aIid wintemute) and a close and ex-
cltlng Bnlah is expected, as the opposing players are those who are
above the average cueists In the city.
Uurnaby lacrosse enthusiasts foregather this evening at George Leaf's
Btore. when the formation of a Bur-
nab, intermediate lacrosse club will
be decided upon and officers elected.
BOWLS    SHOES    IN    SLEEP.
Pin Smasher   Gets  Out  of   Bed   and
Throw*   Footwear   Around.
Wlnsted,   Conn.,   March   20.���John
Schultz   had   mastered    the    howling
game to the extent that he could roll
ten [ratnes for a score of 200 or more.
He rolled  last night   until   late, and
after be bad retired and got to sleep
he enured another match unknown to
hi? wife who was rudely awakened by
iries of "hard luck, old boy," emanating from her husband's room.
She found him out of bed and throw-
hoi   down the floor. Mrs. Schultz
��a- aboul to call the police, thinking
ber husband's mind  had  become   un-
I hinged, when he slipped and both his
:������ ��enl in the air as he was deliver-
In! I Bl  down the alley."   ue |a_d-
��� I and awoke.
lit  I  was bowling," he told
a be crawled hack Into bed.
���   nnual meeting of the Westmin.
rosse club will be held in city
lay, March 2 1, at 8 p.m. Every.
Iti d. *��
WILL    STOP    CRAP    GAME.
Manager Hughey Jennings, of Detroit,
Issues Orders.
: kinds of time to kill on the
w       - only natural thai tbe play-
take to card games to while
e time.    As long as the limit
i- there is never any objection
to t little game of poker or   cinch,
limes the players ha\e become
son with their money that the
ol vailous clu 1 ia had lo shut
t ard .aines.    Often   the
��� - ol i Ig  Bums of money   ere ited
and seriously interfered
��� work of the club.
��� i Ul   peril   has   been    in    tho
Detroit Tigers lor the
ll or two, the shaking of dice.
Tigei i layerB seldom gambled
over t e i ard table, bul just doted oti
the rattle of the musical bones. Manage] Jennings has decided thai the
rolling ol the holies must cease, and
:' ed a bulletin to the effect that
'1 Tiger players would face a fine of!
jl-"11 and Indefinite suspension if they
I- In a crap game.
The Detroit Times, in   commenting
Ion the dire game, says:
The Detroit club's crap game   was
probably the largest affair of its kind,
j11 baseball    It started with Dick Coo-;
ley. who admitted when  he left that
bones   had   brought    him    more,
jnoney during his stay in Detroit than
ll.f r.ml
accrued by the route of the pay:
envelope. It continued with the play
JN whom Cooley left behind. Matty
Mclntyre and Herman Schaefer were
both devotees of the game. Each pay
���lay found the bunch at It and often
i*hen one of the men has passed and
'()!i' liis last dollar   a  world's   series
diamond would find Its way off a linger
ai>d go the path of the dollars that had
preceded.
.   * certain outfield  star and   sensa-
Ptonal Inllelder are each around $1500
the   Tiger crap game during
two years, according to gos-
f:;'"! tl ��� club.   And a certain young
!;   known   to   have   dropped
In lasl  season's play alone.
Roller Hockey.
1    oiler hockey team  which  will
Westminster in the match
���   impeiin rlnk quintette In
Vancouver  this  evening  consists  of: |
"oal, iv gerald; point,    Hector   Mc*
'';' ' er      point,      Horace      Mc-'
rover, Swanson; centre, Gou'.et.
rar*ard8, li mr aud Wagner.
|MATHEWSON   INVENTS BALL
KNOWN   AS "SLOW   SPITTER''
���   Vork, 	
ed news of a new ball de-
March   20.���Fans   here
, 'OIK
tla;" re.cn e
v '���"'��� Bince last season by Ch
��� ���itlicwn.ii, of the Giants, star
fri'.*'10 is declared   a wondei
by
I  finis of the Giants' star pitcher, who;
.  ��aid to lie getting It Into   perfect
S'W al  tho Marlin Training   camp
'n(' jew ball Is described ns a very1
R double dip.   The sphere is itiiil to
I,   '" "'' to the batsman with all the'
am�� showing."   Just In front of the I
in.'.'," lloos a double dip, so deeeiv-
even the catchers miss it Un-
considerable practice.    Ma-1
01b fl 3t1 ,hrows tht8 ba!l after wetting:
' nosers, and the Giants have chrls-
Wu'11 " Hie "slow spitter."
I afte,
nwsot
.      Italian Cabinet Resigns.
H(!mp- March 20-
���<��� Itui
The reslcnation of,
(ih. ��   ? ca,,l"et has followed stormy
ll(OCs   In   *i.���    -. . -    .        ..__'
if,hf
. a�� ���!!l8,try' ot wht('h Lulgi Lazzatti
1;,1(| premier, was formed   March 81*,
St, Paul, March 20.���Kngland will
not interfere in any reciprocity arrangement Canada makes with the
L'nited States, is the message F, H.
Lynch brings to St. Paul from T, P,
O'Connor, one of the Irish parliament
leaders. Mr. Lynch returned this
morning from a six months' visit in
London.
"I talked reciprocity," said Mr.
Lynch, "with T. P. O'Connor. It was
his opinion that England would not
Interfere with any negotiations Canada might have with this country, relative to trade actions."
"While the statesmen there think
reciprocity may not he In line with
the movement to closer federation of
Hritish possessions, there seems to be
a general reluctance on tbe part of the
Hritish statesmen to Interfere with
Canada in this matter. Most of the
men I talked with thought Canada had
secured the best end of the agreement.
Reciprocity Is much talked about in
London and there seems to be a good
deal of excitement over the relation
such a treaty would have to the Imperial federation movement.
"I would not he surprised if, within
the next ten years, Great Hritain had
an Imperial parliament in which Canada, Australia, India, and other possessions  had  representatives.    There
la a feeling among the English parliament as constituted today is too local,;
and too much time Is taken   up with
purely local (piestions, whicli could be
handled In local administrative bodies.
As   Local   As City  Council.
"In many cases parliament is as local as some city councils in this country.     Many   of   its   functions   would
come   easily   within   the    domain   of
bodies similar to our state legislatures.
"The movement now is to work toward  an   imperial   parliament, which
would result in a closer knitting of the
Hritish possessions through representation in parliament.
������] found business conditions good ln
England.   Canada is regarded as  the
hest possession of the empire, and the
statesmen are interested in the development of the Canadian northwest."
of time it was found impossible to
carry out tbe original scheme. Sir
Edward Tennant, who had specially
desired to visit Port Mann, told the
Daily News that before the members
of the party left the province Port
Mann  would certainly he Included in
.���.ami     VVUI1JU
Rockefeller Inetltute Receives Report  the itinerary
Well Posted Magnates
of  Experiment in  Infecting ""---
Simian Family Member.
In a report made to the Rockefeller
Institute for Medical Research in New
York, Dr. Charles W. Duval, of Tu-
lane University, New Orleans,, describes an important experiment by
which he proved that monkeys,couid
hi   !..����.<-���    -*������     ���
Those who think that kings of
finance know only money and Its buying and selling power should have
been in the company of the
Englishmen yesterday. Hindustani,
French, Italian, ail came as glibly
from the tongues of the sons of the
motherland as the native speakers or'>
these languages who were repeatedly
spoken to on the nature of their
work,  whilst  the  various  woods  and
A Good Buy
In Sapperton
,.,*,*,na,  iwuiBi ine various  woods and
..... ���c ,. uveu mat monkeys.could    ,   ,,.    f , ���
be infected with leprosy    Previous to , ^ t     �����
this   experiment   many   investigators Rg \h   ^   ; mM     ,
had  attempted  to reproduce the  lep-  maf.h|nM .        ,       h        i
rosy of man In tower animals, but aM_0  need|esf,  ^tions    were    asked
ways with negative results v, ,       b ,      seeminj,,   at ,lome
The   pape.     describes     he   expert- on the maUer      ��r discussion.
ments at length.   Summarizing the re-,    M        Lee was     ,.,e ,   chl f     d
ault Df. Duval says:   'The production  wftB fl ,.
of leprosy In the monkey   is of   far      |rJ      bej      fl   d       u�� f     ���      ���
greater Importance than the success-   '.���    , h d
ul inoculation of stutter animals, as ^ h ,
I It ofTers a better opportunity to studvj    j.      me'mber8   of the       rt   were.
the experimental disease and to work Edward Tennant ,Jart/J(ime8 Lee
out problems that have a bear ng on c   M   Q   w  Hargraves Hrown,
the pathology of the human   disease.   ,,���_..'������,,.    ���   r,.������.    ,������j,���    a������
n*i .  ,  .        _.   i        .    ���  i    Marlborough  It.  Pryor, London    Sun
The successful transmission of clinl- ... ____���_��� _-������������������ i.,����������� a��
cal lenrosv to the monkev est ihllflhea! Llfe AssuranPe Company, Ernest An-
cal leprosy to tne monke) establishes, M  , Q B   Thomas Balfour, Aeme-
beyond doubt the leprous nature of the   ,,,,    ��'__._      'A  l-,������.  v   c���n=     a
u��   . v    mi      i.i    .j . ���.    Ilus Jarvis and Ernest E.  Evans.    \
acldfast bacilli cultivated upon artlfi-1   ������.'     ,. ,,,.������ _. ���������������,������    m_���
, ,       .,    ,        , i .. number of Vancouver financial    meu
cial media from human leprous tissue .      " .. ,.     ,. ���������
,                         ii,     .*. .       _    accompanied the above,
and   proves   conclusively   that   some. " 	
strains at least retain their lnfectlvity |
under conditions  of artificial  growth   COL.   CODY   FOR   THE    SENATE
for more   than   a   year.   The  experi-'
MODERN .���._������, colt���, 0��� l0, 40���1M ,m.   _# m.nuie w<||( (|) ^
_Price $1,800.00
"^   Small cash payment;  balance $20 per month.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.   .
451 Columbl. St., New Westminster. B. C. Phone. 648, 66,.
.   ��... . ua?       CAJJCI 1*
ments also bring out the necessity of
first cultivating the bacilli on an arti-
Tucson, Arh., March 19.���It is semi
officially  stated  here that Col.   Wil-
lin.��    n     ra~ .--        ���������*      ���     *
��� ������* ���"��� *"' "'"��� | officially  stated  here  that  Col.   VVil-
flclal medium In order to obtain large; iiam F, Cody ("Buffalo Bill") plans to
numbers  of   viable   organisms   with round out his career as one   of   the
which to accomplish the experimental Kreat pathfinders of the West, by be-
productlon of the disease. | coming the first United States senator
"The analgesia of the leprous   no- from Arizona.   He does not denv  the
dales with whicli are associated hyper- runior.
sensitive zones in  the monkey    hap-1     He jias established not only a home
pened to be a marked feature  of the herei but a permanent camp   in   the
cutaneous lesions of leprosy in man. mountains.      There are more than a
This fact and that of the occurrence dozen buildings in it, and he rules like
of   erythematous   patches,   thickening an Arab chieftain from the aeile. In
and pigmentation of the skin in areas Tucson he was feted bv civic   bodies
far removed from the inoculated site and the Elks, and he alwavs has  de
in the monkey, seem to prove conclu- ciared that Arizona was his onlv home
sively the spread of the infection from hereafter,  while the talk of a   sena
one side to another, and to justify tho .--<-. - ^*^**M^^m
statement that leprosy is reproducible
in the monkey, in which animal many
of the clinical and pathological phenomena common also to the human
BUbjecl may be advantageously
studied."
 ,    .. m..v   ....c   tain   oi   ll
toria! toga for him still goes on.
| 1 WILL BUY
Drydock for Seattle.
Seattle. March 19.���The Seattle Dry
Dock company, with capital stock of
one million dollars, was incorporated
yesterday to build a floating dry dock
in Seattle harbor. The dock will ac
commodate ships of as high displace
menl aa 10,000 tons.
Will invest in
the Fraser
Valley
'Continued  from  Page One.l
 '
tion. a number of tbe financiers being
loathe to leave.
It   had   been   intended   to   take   in
Port Mann, but owing to the shortness
Subject to  Confirmation
Canadian Sunset Oil, Nu_.et. Port-1
land Canal. Hed Cliff, Diamond Vale.'
Snowstorm. I-asquetl, International
Coal & Coke, Alherta Canadian Oil.
American Canadian Oil, B. C. Trust
Corporation, Dominion Trust.
W. S. Rose
(Member  of  the  Pacific  Coast  Sto?k
Exchange)
Merchant's   Bank   Building.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Water Frontage
Seven  hundred  feet of waterfrontage on Lulu Island, close to
the bridge on the North Arm.
$30.00 a foot
A rare chanae for a quick turnover.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie  Bros*
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
WILTON and
AXMINSTER
Imported    direct   from
Arthur & CoV, Glasgow
Ideal Homes'ites
RUGS
We have just put on a new subdivision,   three  and    five-acre    blocks
Near Kennedy Station
on Scott Road and main line of
N. W.f Chillawack Electric Ry.
Only two and a half miles from    Xew    Westminster   city;    fifteen
minutes by electric car.
These blocks, which are the
Choicest Suburban Property
on the market, are offered at from $300 to $500 an acre, according to
location, on easy terms.
��
BY
Wilkinson
New Westminster's
CHEAPEST AND BEST
Complete House Furnishers, 655 Front St.
Call and see us; inspect our goods, you certainly can
get the pick of these high class goods now. It will
pay you to buy Axminster Squares at $22.00. That's
about the price charged for Brussels Squares at the
high priced, high rental 60 per cent, profit stores.
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335.
Jewelry
I
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at . ,;. .
I Chamberlin^
Big Specials for Monday Only : ||| Fruit   Boxes
IMPORTED SCOTCH TWILL SHEETS-Size   72x78;   heavv  goeds;   worth
$3.50 per pair.   Our Special |1,90
TURKISH BATH TOWELS���Size 21x42; goo 1    value   at   80c   each     Our
Special  Monday only 2 for 25c
HEAVY  SATEEN   FINISHED LINEN    PILLOW CASES���Scotch    Imported
goods;  size 22x32;    worth    75c.    OurSpecial Monday  2 for 25c
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS���The new arrivals; all colors  designs
and sizes; worth $15.00    Special Sale Price ..' $6 95
These are not the cheap kind but the best Tapestry Squares
OLD SCOTLAND can produce.
ln   the  chamber  of  deputies'
proposed  electoral  reforms..
Don't Forget New Westminster's Furniture Hustlers
Davis & Wilkinson
655  Front Street
THE
JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
*****************************************
��� '
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLI
a&LEH
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealera In,
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumb
Phonea N��. 7 and 877.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, tte,
rwtt. Tkam BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY, MARCH 21, isll
M      ,,   .-��� ...^a^.^*,	
mmu*
March Twentieth Dra
Near
March 10th was rather uneventful   day   for  The   Imperial    (������ ,.
Company In connection with its group of mining claims.    The
mines have been fully described on this page before, and   the
public Is aware they were purchased some time ago, the consideration being $i:!r>,000. The  last   payment  fell   due   on   the
above date ,and was met promptly.     All   winter   the   company
has had a gang of men busy tunneling and exposing the   ore,
until now there Is over a million   tons   of  magnetic   Iron    and
copper   uncovered.     The company ls having some large blocks
of ore brought down, and also an assay made which will show
the public Just how valuable these claims are.
The company is paying the expenses of an expert mining engineer, Mr. T. Scott Anderson,  direct  from   Sheffield,    England.
Mr.  Scott  Anderson  ls  an associate member of the Institute of
Civil Engineers, as well as an expert for electric furnaces for
smelting  ores.    Mr.  Scott Anderson has promised to remain at
the mines at least three days  and  give our company   an   exhaustive  report,    ln  the meantime the company is letting another contract for 20 feet additional tunnels, so that   a complete analysis can be obtained.
i^^^HL __M\ ,*.��� .. i, ,.t Tii,. tmi eiinl Cir eomtianv   wiil  double  in   price  on  the   twen-
As announced  some  time  ago. the stock of ine imperial var cuuiimu.
tieth   dav   of   March,   which   means    this    is    the    HAST    DAY.      No  one  will   he  able  to  buy  one   share    of
stock  from this Companv  for less than |100 rer share.    Many people we know   are   hanging   back   feeling    that
shares will be at the same old price for an indefinite period, but they wl.l be sadly disappointed, if they ;lre  not
in before the twentieth day of March, 1911.
Let us once more impress upon vour minds that The I.nierial Car Company is here to stay, and will yet
be the largest industrial undertaking in British Columbia. You hear of other large worka variously reported
to be GOING to locate in different places, but you never see them doing anything but BOOMING  I.A NIL
The Imperial Car Company, however, is doing all the lime, and you could not buy a lot from them at any
price.    Does that not  speak loudly  enough.
We believe this stock will soon be $260 per share, and none for sale, and should a certain financial transaction take place, which is liable to occur at any moment, every share will be taken off the market at once. Ho
not sit back too long and feel like kicking yourselves afterwards, but get in early In the week, for this is one
time that fickle fortune is pounding at the door.
w
Below is a copy of an advertisement   that   has   been    running
some time, and will give some idea to the public the class of
business the  Imperial Car  Company  intends to  bring to Vancouver.   We leave it to tl.e citizens to say whether or not we
should he encouraged.
Pullman Car Company has paid in the last twelve years $1*7
880.000 in dividends, and we  have  just  as  good  prospects   as
they ever had, and we believe better.
COMPETITIVE    PLANS.
The Impel ia! Car, Shipbuilding  and  Dry   Dock  Corporation    of
Britisli Colum'r.i-i. and the State  of  Washington, hereby  offer  a
price of $500 for the best set of plans and specification of their
car works to be located at  Roche  point,  otherwise  known   as
the Town of Imperial, British Columbia.   The amount to be expended on  buildings, machinery, equipment, etc., to be $350,000.
The buildings to be of structural iron, covered with   corrugated
iron and capable of employing  500  men.    The  buildings  to  be
thoroughly well lighted from the roof wherever possible, and to
occupy five acres of ground or approximately 400x500 feet.  Machinery to cost about $151,000,   comprising   the    following    list,
and  to  Include  also   the machinery  and  buildings for   a  complete  cabinet  works,  capable of cutting lumber from the   log
and manufacturing it into the finest of cabinet work.
Competitors will  use their own judgment in locating the different  buildings  and   placing  of  machinery   to   best   advantage.
Competition will close May 1, lull, and ;;t the hour of 5 p.   m.
The decision of the husiness manager of the company to   be
final in awarding the prize.
Machinery   List:     Punch and shears, special punch and coping
machine, special punch for  structural   work,  horizontal    punch,
single horizontal bending machine, universal shears t2|, double
angle shears (with turntable  complete),   gate   shears,  bending
shears (0), patented plate straightening rolls, plate planer (with
direct electric driven, flanping clamps, pneumatic (8).
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
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Application Form
Please allot me  shares ofthe IMP E RIALC ^
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED a    ^
price of $50 per share, for which 1 enclose 33% per cent, of   I
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance   In   two
quarter-yearly   payments,  with Interest at 7 per cent, per annu   ���
NAME 	
ADDRESS 	
OCCUPATION   . D,.v.
Make all cheques payahle to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding an
dock Corporation, Limited.
.<.**��,����� ��� _a��i_��<��. an-v/tfwar -un.. .-.r.w., .*, Hi BBS -*������
TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
N,w Westminster Land District.    Dis
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE
NOTICl']    that    Margaret
of San .lose
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK  that   Molly  McCla
rey, of   Vancouver, oc
..,,���,I Matthews, of han .lose, occupa-1 "-.>', oi vancouvei-, occupation millhi-
Hon widow, intends to apply for per- er, Intends to apply for permission to
,is<ion to purchase ihe following de- purchase the following described
scribed lands:    Commencing at a poBt| lands:    Commencing at. a post planted
i nied on the west side of ttio CheaU-  on   the   Pemberton   Trail,  2V,    miles
I'l'1111'  i             .��!!..       ......I.        ..*     lir.i-ll.    ..."    /.      .   ...   ... '"
river  and  one  mile   north   or north ol' Qreen Lake, thenco noith 8u
'i.v Lake, thence west   40  chains, chains, thence east Si) chains, thenco
,',.���,'e north loo chains, thence east Boutft 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
Vi chains,  thence south   160   chains  to point of commencement', heing tho
, ������ the Chcakamus river to point of j southwest corner post, containing 640
Commencement, being southwest cor- acres, moro or less
ner posi of 1(,t applied for, containing
oon acred more or loss.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS.
.' ,.,,1 for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
���jo, mn.
tbence east 80 ehaips, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco
north 80 chains to the point of commencement, aud containing (Mo ucres
more or-less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 11)11.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
February
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Neuv Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Mollv McClaiey
February 20, mil.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK   that   Georgina   A.
Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
TAKK NOTICK that. Kate Corey, of! Stenographer, Intends to apply for per-
v ..ouver, occupation saleswoman,),nlHHlon ,0 purchase the following de-
int.mls to apply for permission to pur- scribed lands: Commencing at a pout
hase the following described lands: planted at the Bouthwest corner of
I'r'miiiicncliiK at a post planted at the '"l 2105 an(l thence nortli 40 chains
���oi Hi line of lot 107 on Summit Lake,  thence west 40 chains, thence   south
[hence w|!8t *�� chains, thenco south
an chains, thence east 40 chains to
Suinnili Lake, thence north along tho
luh(, io point of commencement, being
tl���. northeast corner post of lot ap
piled for, containing 320 acres more or
lalS.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 1011.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
N,w Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
40 chains, thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement, being Bouthwest corner poqt of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Samuel    S.
Aush, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
Intends  to  apply  for  permission    to
TAKE NOTICE) that Reginald  Fit* I M.8erJ*���    foll��:luK   <le��''r'bed
Lm Hareent   of   Vancouver   oecu-1 ' mds-    Commencing at a post planted
gerald Sargent   oi    vamouwj, occu   ab   t  v/      ���
..Mon broker, intends to apply for per-1 1Q-..       ',,,.���   ���,,, "    .,,',
i ...!__,  .,._ ._,,_...,__ j��� | 1976, and two miles west of Haslam
ake,   thence  east  80   chains,   thence
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that. 1, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2*_ miles south of T. L.
lot 1308 and one mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN fi). CRAWFORD,
By IJ. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.
cense in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) The name of Company in full���
Tlie Glen Rose Canning Company Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$26,000 divided Into
IS606 of $10 each, of wliich 1460 shares
are issued and paid up.
<b)    The name of the lake, stream,	
or source (if unnamed, the description   ,0 ,10011 ��r Friday, March ,'il   mil' |0
Is)���Unnamed   stream   on   Lot   n,  ,he supply of ship chandlery, hard-
Group   2, New   Westminster   district.   Ware,  wire  rope,    paints,    oils    and
SliCaSSfUl GIRl
CHICKEN FARMER
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned at New West minster  u  c
and endorsed on the envelopes ������Tender ror Supplies," will be received uu
tfl    lirw.li    r*f    l.VI.I....      A . ...    ....       .      .   . I
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that   I,   Vernon   V.
Rood, ol Vancouver, occupation miner,
flowing into Fraser river
(c) The point of diversion���In about
200 feet from its mouth at the Fraser river on said Lot 17.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or Hume and pump.
(f) The premises on wliich the
water Is to he used (describe same) ���
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can'
nery.
<g) The purposes for which the
water is to bo used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
(J)    Area of Crown Iand Intended to
MISS NORA FRENCH, OF STRATHMORE, VISITS CALGARY AND
EXPLAINS HOW SHE MADE BIG
UNDERTAKING PAY.
intend to apply for permission to pur-  ,,. _���������-���.H ,     ,, ,
chase the following described lands    ^on��eCCUpled by the Proposed   works
Commencing at a post planted about'     ,*,���'   Tu,��� _  ..
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on  .. ��', ���S ,?��"ce was posted on the
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence  Itt^ln! *ebrua,r>'- ����. and appli-
Calgary, March 20.���Miss Nora N.
Trench, "the only successful woman
chicken farmer in Alherta," as she la
called, an enthusiastic, vivacious, rosy-
cheeked young lady, who owns a three-
acre "chicken ranch" close to the vil-
lage of Alix, was in the city for a whil3
today, in the course of a conversation she stated that eg<-*��� are thirty
cents a dozen now, that the price will
thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence ea3t
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
VERNON V. ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.'
niiHsion to purchase the following de
.crlbed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
|ol 2106, thence east 20 chains, thence
jouth 60 chains, thence west 00
chains tlience north 10 chains, thence
east l" cliains, thence nortli 40 chains
io poinl of commencement, being tlie
northwest corner post of lot applied
I      ontllining lw acres more or less.
Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
,\. iii  for  Reginald  Fitzgerald   Bar-
,. ruary 20, mil.
south 80 cliains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. A USS,
By I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated Fehruary 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I,    William    J
' Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
I broker, intend to apply for permission
_.   ! lo   purchase   the  following  described
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-   landg.    Commencing at a post planted
trict of New Westminster. ��� ;ll,ollt om> ,niIe ���,������,, (|f T   L  ]ot 1(m
TAKK NOTICK that   Mary Augusta   on  the  east   shore of  Lake    Haslam,
!   |ge, ol Vancouver, occupation ma:- , thence cast 80 chains, thence north 83
��� ���������an, intends to apply  for pe:-, chains, thence west so cliains, tlience
I        :. to purchase the following del south  SO  chains to the  point of com-
. lands:   Commencing at a post  mencement, and containing 040 acres
ad "ii the   Pemberton Trail   4%(more or less.
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of N'ew Westminster, Ii. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
intends to apply for permission to purchase the rollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction lrom Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, tlience soutli
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north SO chains to the point or
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
cation will he made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach copy of such parts of the
Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.
The   Glen   Rose   Canning   Company
Limited.
(Signature)    J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
(P. O. Address)    New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum or association:
ig) To record, divert, take and
j carry away, water from any st earn,
j river and lake In the Province ot Brit-
i Ish Columbia, for tlie use ot their bu-i
j ness, and for that purpose to erect,
I build, lay and maintain dams, a .uo-
I ducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes
greases. Manila rope, valves and fit
tings, packings, groceries, meat etc
required for the use   of   the   public
works of Canada nt	
until Marcli :il, mm.
The supplies must be of the hest
quality of tlieir several kinds and
must he delivered at the points specified in the various forms of tender.
The department reserves the right
to accept the whole or part of any
tender.
Forms of tender may be obtained at
the offices of William Henderson, Esq
resident architect, Victoria, B. C;  j"	
T.  Phelan,  Esq.,    superintendent    of! * 8piral ��llde downward   for  i
Yukon telegraphs, 163 Hastings street      ?"Ul or two-ln consideration of East-
Vancouver, and at the office of    the enlde- and that by June next they will
superintendent of dredges, New West- """" '""*'" '	
minster. B. C.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
H. A. BAYFIKLD,
Superintendent of Dredges.
New Westminster,  B.C., March 17
mn.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the department.)
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY
AT CHILLIWACK.
once more be soaring skyward
)r',^d; d0 >'ou  "now, the hens   are
rying to lay two eggs a day now, when
he price Is away down, and last winter when eggs were sixty and seventy
bfv-t -ii��0ZS��' they 8imply wouldn't
lay at all," ahe confided.
Manages It Herself.
Miss Trench's poultry fram is  just
beside her uncle's big ranch, but it is
managed In every detail   by herself,
now that her partner, Miss Sheila Mar-
ryat, is spending a few months in Eng-
land.    She  has  every  detail   of   the
poultry business at her fingers' ends
and her entire feathered flock of ono
hundred and fifty is one of the best
,-   ,     , , tended In Alberta.    She does not de-
Lnder Instructions from the owners pend on the efforts of this flock alone
there will be offered for sale by public j for she buys chickens from teeIteS
auction on Saturday, the 25th day o! ers throughout the district In the fan
March, 1911   at the  hour    of    three , fattens them ror a short time.and then
o clock in the afternoon at the office  kills and sells  them.    Last fall   "he
Of S.  A.  Cawley,  Chilliwack,   British  sold 2800 pounds of dressed   nm.lt v
Columbia by S. A. Cawley, auctioneer, and with only one assistant Tien
the following property, namely: her in this task, which would awe tli.
All and singular that certain parcel  average man. She purchased and h���
or tract of land and premises situate, died five thousand chickens last rail"
lying and being in the county of West-      A complexion that can he seen onlv
minster    in   the   province   of   British  on the face of a western girl who Uve,
February 17th. 1911.
'  <>-��aua.      .":.'and "to-sliro'r" t^^^ti^^ moRt ofthe time i. ,hl. ,,,,
the same.
lorth  of  Green   Lake,   tlience
i hains. thence south 80 cliains
e easl   80 chains, tlience   north
.    to point or commencement,
theasl corner post or lot ap
ir, containing 840 acres more or
j....
Slgni    | WILLIAM  LKWIS,
���.. i i,i  for Mary  Augusta Bridge.
���  . iarj 20, 1911.
WILLIAM J. DICK.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, mil.
NKW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTINCT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation,
mill owner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described   lands-.
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant, and in a north-
westerly direction from Haslam Lake,
AUCTION   SALE   OF   DOMINION
LANDS.
<oS) acres of lot three hundred of mother nature to Miss French and
and eighty-three (383), group two (2), her bright eves and energetic move
more particularly    described    as    fol-  ments  would"  almost  belle  the  Btate-
lo*s: . ' . I ment that she flrst came west for her
Commencing at the northwest cov- health.
ner of said lot on the south bank ofj
Hope  slough, thence south  following;
tlie west boundary of said    lot    3466   one dav everv week vou would have  i
UnkB to thc southwest corner  ot said' healthy   complexion  and  a  koo.1   tan
lot,   thence   east,   following   the   soutn   too," she vouchsated.    She Btates that
\ boundary   ot   the   said  lot   1"CJ0   linUs,\sheha
Fifty   Miles a   Day.
"If you would  drive  fifty  miles   in
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
,.,,,., , aB covered thlB stretch ot ground
Public notice is hereby riven th*tlthel!ee .nP, ,il,18 *. I he BO ," ��� one day out ot every week ,or the last
thence east 80 chains, thence south! the, e wil e offered for *lJe by ih-! fif ��f "T slo"fh'thenwce westerly U or so. Besides, she is up and
80   Cains    thence    west    80    chains    ���,. auction in PendS 1^1 ^Sr  fi^ �� pS^f^^ce^^^r^ t,^_%^ sif iu
"   '   'rsday, April   ...     11, at   2.30J (26) per cent, of the purchase money wyandottes require plenty of attepifOn
acres more or less.
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK
D. O'HARA. Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
tit.
Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
1. m��� about two hundred summer resi-, t0 be paid in cash nt the time of tlie! am, ghe ,B bogg on h"er ^ threMcr���
IVnZifril- ,^ i'.'T'' y ,n "T"I**1* and tlle balMldi ^^ tUrty (30) I fa���- she "as ��een "in command- of
ernment ot the Dominion of Canada. day8 thereafter without interest, or. I the ranch for a couple of vears now.
Ihese lots are located at Woodhaven.! at the option of the purchaser, the and has been five vears altogether in
a subdivision ot Dominion goveiyment | balance mav be pajd in three (3) equal the west, and she "just loves" the
lands located on Bedwell Bay, on the   in. taiments at the end of one (1), two C0Untry.
It was a sickly-looking young lady
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICK that  I, C. A. Ciys-
dale. of Vancouver, occupation insurance   manager,  intends   to  apply   for
permission to purchase the following  NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DI3 	
described  lands:    Commencing at    a      TRICT���District   ot   New Westmin-1 North Ann of  Burrard   Inlet. British   (2)  and three   (3)  vears respectively
post  planted about half mile north of  ster. B.C.���Take notice that I. Herman, Columbia.    Their accessibility to Van-, from the date of the sa!e wjtll interest; who reached   Alberta five years   ago
T. L. lot 1976 and iwo miles west of  Thorsen,   of   Vancouver,   occupation'couver, their location on salt   water, | on the deferred payments at the rate  sne said   when  she first c'ame   west'
FAKi:   NOTICK   that   Anna   Maud   Haslam  lake, thence west  80 chains,  marine engineer, intends to apply for j and the grandeur of the scenery of the j of seven ,T) per cent, per annum. j from her home in Montreal   and it is
���        :,     nf    Vancouver,    occupation , thence south SO chains, thence east SO   permission  to purchase the following' North Arm make these lots attractive      For  further  particulars  and  condi-! onIv in the west that she can keep ln
widow, Intends   to apply   for   permls-; chains, thence north so chains to the described lands: j for summer residence purposes. tions of sale apply to the auctioneer: constant good health    She went back
Commencing at a ��>ost planted about' T.r~��    ��f   c���m'"( .... . ...   . .... ���
;,  purchase  the   following   de-, point of commencement, and contain-
���    lands.    Commencing at a post  lng 040 acres more or less.
; sted on the Pemberton Trail i'i;
miles In a northerly direction from
Green Lake, tlience north SO chains,
tlience easl 40 chains, tlience south so
thence west 4u chains to a
point of commencement, being south
wesl corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess.
Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent  for Anna Maud  Duggan.
February 2u, mil.
CHARLES AQNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
two and one-half miles soutli of T. L. I One quarter in cash at the time of
lot 130S, and one mile east of Haslam sale, and balance in three equal an-
Lake, tlience east SO chains, thence,'nual Instalments with interest on un-
south SO chains, thence west 80 chains,! paid balance at the rate of 5 per cent
thence north 80 chains, to the point ofj per annum. The lots will be offered
commencement,   aud   containing   640  subject to a  certain   upset   price   in
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at a post
  | planted about l_ miles north of T. L.
New Westminster Land District.   Dis-, [ot 1.76 and two miles west or Has-
trict of New Westminster. I lam   lake,   tlience   west   80   chains,
TAKK NOTICE that Maude A. Hop- thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
kins, of Vancouver, occupation mar- chains, thence south SO chains, to the
tied woman, intends to apply for per-j point of commencement, and contain-
mission   to   purchase    the    following  ing 040 acres more or less
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February ITth, 1911.
each case. Upon a parcel of land being knocked down tbe purchaser shall
immediately deposit the sum of fifty
dollars with the clerk of sale, otherwise the parcel will at once be put up
again.     For   this   purpose   intending
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westmin-  purchasers should provide themselves
lands: Commencing at a post plant
cil on the west side of Green River
and four cliains north of Green Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south So chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
II"^ post or lot applied for, containing
���40 acres more or leBS.
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, mil.
OHARLE8 A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel E. Haw
e'8i "I Vancouver, occupation photographer, Intends to apply for permission io purchase the following lands:
'' Ntnenclng at a post planted on the
*esl Bide of Pemberton Trail, '*i\s
mHes north of Green Lake, thence
north so chains, tlience east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
s" chains to the point of commence-
ment, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 040
a<'i'''K more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Lionel E. Hawels
Fehruary 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy
Ing described lands
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abotie
1% miles north of T. L. lot
l!)7fi and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, tlience south 80 chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
with marked cheques on chartered
banks of Canada, made to their own
order and payable at par   at Vancou-
or to the solicitors and agents for the t0 Montreal after a stay of a year iu
vendors. ^ Cochrane, but again her health broke
J. H. BOWES. down and once more she turned he"
Solicitor, Royal Bank Building, Chilli-, face westward and once again regain-
wack, B. C, ed  perfect  health   amid   the   prairie
Or his agents, breezes.   She has been at Strathmore
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &  and there ���ije learned something about
MARTIN, hens.   Then she started her farm un-
Room 20 Williams Building, 413 Gran-!der the wlng of J)er uncie-8 big ranch.
and Sheila Marryat went into partner
ship with her.
Were   Successful.
That the two were successful Is amply testified by every farmer in   tho
vllle  Street, Vancouver,  B.  C,
Or to
TAYLOR, HARVEY, BAIRD &
GRANT.
Solicitors. Room 37 Williams Building,
413 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. j neighborhood, and by the big poultry
Dated the lst day of March, 1911.      and egg buyers.   The story of the suc-
���=^^=| cess of these two young lailes is sim-
v-er; or_wltb^bank_i��otes of asjarge^a| CREp|TOR8   TRUST   DEEDS   ACT piicity, hard work and energetic and
denomination as possible. The bai
anee of the cash Instalment must i-i
everv case be paid before the close of
the sale, failing which the deposit of
$50 will be forfeited and the land
withdrawn from sale. Cheques will
not be taken in payment unless mark-
AND   AMENDING ACTS.
capable management, with   a   careful
eye for every detail and the ability to
Notice ls hereby given that the Lin-'grasp outside opportunities whenever
coin Saw Mills Company Limited, saw they present themselves,
mill proprietors, whose registered of-      Some time ago Miss French was in-
flce is situated at Langley Prairie, Brit-' terviewed and an account of her oper-
-   -   -    ,     , ���.ht���h  iSh Columbia, has by deed dated tho ations with the chicken farm published
ed accepted by  the bank   on   Which J8^��� of ��archj [9U> dul- assign-, in a farming journal.   Twenty English
they are drawn. .    ..    ( ,tg estate real and personal ��� publications  copied  the   article,  and
A pamphlet describing this Propert>, ^^ and gQld under j the many friends the two young ladies
and a map showing   the   subdivision | .     * t0 Thomas j. Armstrong ofj have all over England were astonlsn-
may be had on application to the sec-,   ��� ��� Westminster, Sheriff, ed to hear of the carrying through of
retary, Department of the Interior, Ot- ��� ��� . eneflt of M Ug _redl I th_ ambitlous undertaking of the two
Paige   of   New  Westminster,  occupa-; NEW   WKSTMINSTKK   LAND    DIS-  tawa.  W.   M.    Ingram.   Inspector   of  "J J      ��� | ladies.
tion married woman, intend to apply     TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-! School  Lands.  Winnipeg, or   to   tne.       ��� ^ are requi|ed t0   send   to      That chicken raising can he made to
for permission to purchase the follow-; Bter, B. C.���Take notice that I. Charles | Agents of Dominion Lands   at   New j _,.      __  j   Armstrong,   Sheriff,  New | pav in Alberta is the assurance of Miss
Commencing at  Boley, of Vancouver, occupation brok-i Westminster, B. C, Kamloops.  B. O.,  u-egtmJn8ter on 0r before the 30th day | French, and she states that assuredly
I1. (1 til Oil* Oil��   All H.,   Oil** ..    _���__     ���   ,,
taining 640 ncres more or less.
MABKL LUCY PA1GK.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
east    80    chains,    thence   north    80  March 4, 1911. I
chains, thence west 80 chains, tlience      Newspapers will not be paid for this
south 80 chains, to the point of com-j advertieeinent if they insert   it with-
mencement, and containing 040 acres, out authority from the department,
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
said Linclon Saw Mills Company Um-  come sold.      Next year she   contemned will he held at the Sheriffs office, \ plates a trip to England^
courthouse,     New    Westminster,   onj  -���
Wednesday, the fifth day of April A.| FED0F.ENK0 FLITS TO
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Gerald E.
"ndge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
'*'*' mariner, Intends to npply for per-
rawslon to purchase the following de
bribed lands: Commencing at a post
Planted on Green River, Pemberton
ir��ll, Tour miles north of Green Lake,
""ence north 80 chains, thence east 80
ctialns, thence south 80 chains, thence
west so chains to point of commence-
?|ent, being southwest corner post ot
|"1 applied for, containing 640 acrea
tt��re or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
B Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
* ebruary 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupa-  NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS
tlon married woman. Intend to apply      TRICT���District  of   New Westmin-; ����r.-��� - Tmimah,_ 4 , .,lhdivlsion 1) in
_r>_-i^������^_^*i_-!_ -it��3tEsa%atvaK ^j&s^s^��aasi,.,?
tion broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de
D. 1911 at two o'clock in the afternoon to receive a statement of the affairs of the sail  Lincoln Saw   Mills
SUNNY   CALIFORNIA
Re a part (6 acres) of the south GO Company Limited and to give   direc-
acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-1 tions with reference to the disposal of
lng described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about half mile Bouth
of T. L. lot 1388 and one mile east
of Haslam lake, tlience east 80 chains,1 8cr|bed lands:
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence1 north SO chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 ncres more or less.
ISABELLA MCFARLAND.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.        .
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinton P.
McCormick. of Vnncouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase tho following described
lands: Commencing nt a post plantel
about two miles south of T. L lot 1031,
on the oast   shore of   Haslam   lake,
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl
cate title No. 4781A, issued in the
name of George A. Witherspoon, has
Commencing at a post planted about ^H'^.^h^hv^ven that I shall
three   miles   northwest   of   Haslam    .**��<�� �� ����?* "2 that I BhaR,
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence** th�� f #���"5BfllJt TbCtlon Ee
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, the dateof^^{WXhifto
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice In hereby siven that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li
the City
duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln tbe meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
the estate.
Dated this 21st day of March, 1911.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Assignee.
Drawer 309, New Westminster, B. C.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Oold Watches tor Ladi��s from ��18./6
tp.
Silver Watches,   gents'   open face
16-00.
Bilver Watches, gents' open   case.
THE  DAILY NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
17.50 up.
Agent    tor   Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
qigtn
F. CRAKE
' Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery   fused to discuss the matter at a.l.
Winnipeg, March 20.���If   the   Russian government still wants Savva Fe-
dorenko it will have to look for  him
elsewhere than in Winnipeg or in fact
in Canada.    It was announced   some
time ago that an appeal is to be taken
to the privy council from the decision
of Mr. Justice Robson, which resulted
ln the freeing of the Russian refugee
after a sensational extradition   trial.
Should this result ln a decision on the
part of   the Russian   government   to
again attempt to get Fedorenko back
to Russia it will have to transfer tt��
activities to California, where Fedorenko is now in search of health. He
left Winnipeg last week  for   lower
California,  travelling  via  Vancouver
nnd Seattle.   Whether he will return
to Winnipeg eventually is not known.
When he left the city he was a sick
man. suffering from lung trouble, j<nd
a chan. e of climate was  lmperatlvo.
When M. J. FinkelBtein, who defendel
Fedorenko. was asked a^out thla he ra-
? PAOB EIGHT. XWH*
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, MARCH
21. 191
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Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
Is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can he
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
A social, complimentary to Rev. and
Mrs. M. G. Melvin, will lie held at St.
Stephen's church this evening.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Held, next
tram office.   Phone 310. *���
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. H. Pearse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Box- 455. **
The West End Lacrosse club meets
for the election of officers tills evening In No. 2 fire hall.
The annunt meeting of tlie Regina
Lacrosse cluh will take place tomorrow evening in White, Shiles At Co.'s
office, Columbia street.
Spring Costum
O
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
Gray
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
A. W. McLeod
rrif.
INSURANCE
We remove from
our present store,
at the end of this
month, and are
making a reduction
on all hardware to
clear out part of our
la-ge stock.
Take advantage
of this sale!
James & McClughan
Corner Sixtli and Front Sts.
The best  kiln-dried  wood, a tbree
horse load delivered at your shed one
A special meeting of the city coun-,| |101���. af(er vou on\vr u.   a three horse
cil will he held on Wednesday of next i loa(1 for onjy $;! 0().   Phone 4i:i.      **
week  for the purpose of further dU-1 ' _,_____,
cussing Auditor MososB. Cotsworth's
report.    The mayor will fix the hour.
Davles Green Houses ls the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Plione R 208 ������
The Bible class of St. Barnabas
church will meet on Wednesday evening and not on Thursday, as previous-
ly announced, the change having boen
made on account of the Lenten services.
Two houses on Alberta street, Sapperton,    $1800    and $2000;    on    easy
terms.   Best buys In Sapperton
&  Gilchrist, Columbia BtTeet.
Jacob, a Chilliwack Indian, was yesterday morning required to furnish
bonds for $1000 thnt he would come
up for sentence within one year if
called upon, he being up before Judno
Howay on a charge of perjury.
Excellent building lot on Dublin
street (cement walk), just off car line.
$000; terms to arrange. White, Shiles
& Co.
On Wednesday at 2:1"> p.m. a
specially convened meeting of the
city council will sit for what give1?
promise of being a record session, l
when the estimates for li'll will he
submitted by the various committees.
Sixty feet water front in Sout'i
Westminster, in lot 4; $V> pe" foot.
Gray & Gilchrist, 875 Columbl i
street. **
After an examination by Drs. .tones
and Drew yesterday morning Captain
Pittendrigh signed the papers necessary to send to the asylum a middlo-
aaed quarryman brought down from
North Bend by Provincial Constable
Wilkie.
Splendid building lot on Eleventh
street, with stieet on both ends;. $V.'.fio-.
one-third casli, balance ���'���, 12 and 1$
months.    White, Shiles & Co.        **     I
Alfred Hadden, the night watchman
of the B. c. Milk factory murderously i
assaulted by Ilvciik Nosevitch, a Russian Pole, on Sunday evening, was i
able to leave the Koyal Columbian
hospital yesterday morning. Nosevitch remains at the hospital under
police guard.
The market committee was instruct |
ed to bring a full report to the council
at the next meeting, dealing with the
structures at Lytton Bquare and als-j
to enquire into the advisability or
otherwise of holding Uie market twic��
each week, instead cf but once as at
presenl.
Elghl rnomed house and four lots
132x300; very cheap for west end pro
I erty. A menev maker. Gray & Gilchrist, ilT'i Columbia ystreet. **
Evangelist Vansickle, who is ho'din .
a series of evening services at Olive'
Baptist church, is drawing good audiences nightly. In addition to being a
facile sj eaker. Mr. Va. sickle is a
singer of note, and contributes a
ccupie of solos each evening.
Don't forget the annual meeting of
the Westminster Lacrosse club, city
hall. Friday, March 24, at 8 p.m.
public invited. ��*
of exceptionally  attractive appearance
Our showing of women's and misses' spring suits finds a place high ln tiie estimation of tli
have been careful to examine into the features most prominent.   In the flrsl  place    fabrics * *
carefully selected. Perfect tailoring gives assurance of proper fit and comfort, style
appeal to all who care about having the newest to be had. Now is the time to choose
to this week's showing of suits and coats.
^^^ boon
characteristic,
We invite m
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also  carry
cheaper grades.
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
Grey, Diagonal
Tweed Suit
$37.50
A suit of exceptional stylish appearance. Material Is a line
diagonal tweed in grey. Coat Is
short, lined with satin and trimmed with hlack piping. Skirt
made iu straight gored narrow-
style.    Each   $37.50
Children9 s
Reefers
$2.50 to
$7.50
Scarlet and navy blue serge
reefer coats in styles suitable
for children one to twelve year.;
of age. The various styles are
nicely cut and trimmed with
braids ani gilt bullous. Each
$2.50  to       $7.50
Navy Blue
Cloth Suit
$29.50
Cloth In fine basket weave; coal
has collar and trimmings of
hlack Ottoman silk, fancy braid
buttons, silk lining; skirt plain,
straight gored style, trimmed
with wide fold.   Each . .. $29.50
Black and
White Checked
Suit, $30
Grey Striped
Coats, ful1 len*th
Each $23*50
Among the season's most popular coals are these grey striped
coats.    Worsted mateiials
Coat Is lined will, :.i,,,.,,, . ,.
SS ,s **** "��h black S3
told around bottom, a deep ro"
"���"lliir I" of black mi Ire .
trimmed with braid; skirt i.
made with straight ,!,-,,, |,J,
with Mack piping, ,.;.-,. ,, ,'$30";
Black and White
Striped Coats
$17*50 each
New straight cul coats, lined to
the waisi. btock   Bilk;
and black buttons; ...
styles.    Kach  $17-50
L
fectly    tailored
per.
attractive
style:
full     length,    lined    to
waist,    Ivory tuitions;
Kach
all sizes.
.     $23.50
Black Satin
Petticoats
$6.50 each
Very Bofl and   cllngii
with  narrow  floum    and    fla
accordian   pleatl fl    rill to t
Each  .
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Wide Variety in Silk''Moirette''Petticoats
Moirette underskirts are splendid wearing garments, sightly in appearance   and    retain   finish   under
severe wear.   All the new cuts and Btyles are featured in the new showing now on display    Man;
are made with deep knee flounce or with narrow flounces of accordian pleating; othen c fitting
st;. hs  suitable  for   wealing   with  new  narrow  skirts;   also skirts  in    which no fullnesi -    -'
around hips, and buttoned up the back    Shown in shales of ere tn, navy   Wisteria,   Empl ���
rose, tan, Sapphire blue, brown, cardinal, etc., and black; also in two-tone changeable effects.
Each $4.50, $5.50, 6.75, 7.50 and $10.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne;  also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
�������.- AT
MUIR'S DRUG STOI
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Police   Magistrate   II.   L   Edmonds,
who had been seriously indisposed for
some time, has now sufficiently recovered to again take bis place   on the
bench and deal out justice to the sin-'
ners who appear before him.    Yester- j
day morning he fined one drunk 12.50f
and costs and  estreated two sureties
of $r> from inebriates who failed to re
spond to their names.
Two lots on Seventh avenue, near
Moody square, .0x160. < $1000 each;
one-thirl cash, balance ��:. 1-' and 18
mcntiis.    White. Shiles & Co.      *���
The local train service between this
city and the Junction Will no longer
be affected by transcontinental trains
running late. Special trains will be
sent out to meet westbounds travelling behind schedule time, the regular
service being maintained for the accommodation of file residents of
Fraser Mills and cthtrip'oints along the
branch line.
Two oulet wed 'ing ceremonies were
��� erformed at. Olivet I. lptist parsonage
yesterday evening, Rev. A. P, Baker
officiating. The contracting parties
were James William l/.zard, of Vancouver, and Miss Anna Lundgren, of
Vancouver, and Theodore Horrobin, of
Vancouver, and Miss Ethel Laird, of
Winnipeg. The newly married couples
left for Vancouver Immediately after
'.he ceremony. They will make their
homes In the TermlnalCity.
liislit Singh, thirty-two years of age,
who was brought, down from Port
Moody two weeks ago With his right
arm torn out from the shoulder, the
result of an acci lent, died at a lato
hour last night In the Koyal Columbian hospital. Singh, who had heen
in this part of the province for the
oast three years, was if member of the
swarthy race who had made himself
nopnlar with his fellow workmen and
in proof of this, rarely a day passed
during his eonfinenlent at,41\e hospital
when a fellow dLuntijmun did not
visit hlm. Hls case was a hopeless
one iioni ills ie.e,,i.. n lu the ward.
. TOTAL   LOSSES   PAID  SINCE   ORGANIZATION
EXCEED   $225,000,000.00
Royal   Exchange   Assurance
of London,  England
A Fire Policy in that company protects you.
The Peopl
Trust Co., Ltd.
eopie si	
W.  F.  EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431   Columbia Street, Pnone 669
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HOU
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver:    G, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver
hour until 11 p. m.
at 6, T, S and every  half
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at
a. m., and 'i:20 p. in.
20 a. m.
11:20
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave .Vow Westminster for Vancouver at TK and every hour tbW*
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY    SERVICE:
Trains leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every  ball
hour thereafter up to 11 p. in.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster il a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
FOUR ROOMS, near car line, $$1800;  one-third cash.
SIX   ROOMS,   Nanaimo   street, near car, $2500; one-third cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, modern, near Sixth street car, $3000;   monthly payments.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new and modern, $3500; $800 cash.
SEVEN  ROOMS, new, modern, close to car, $3700; terms to arrange.
SEVEN  ROOMS, modern, extra well built, $4200, terms to arrange.
Call or Phone for Full  Particulars.
^fJ.Hart&Co.,LhM
New Westminster o
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
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Are You Aware
that electric power is available from our mains, which now exte?*^
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   ll" "
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via BrtlM
stieet to the Brunette river '.'
Our power rates are low, and make possible the adoption 0
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive
Applications for electric power service may be made at tne
jinny's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vatico
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C Electric Railway Co'y, W
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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