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PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE, SHILES & CC.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
vo
U'MI'-'
NUMBER 10.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TlirKHDAY MORNING, MARCH Ki, 1911.
CHILDREN ANXIOUS
TO HELP CHINESE
PRICK FIVE  CENTa
���rr^F^^BioBf
WESTMINSTER SCHOOL PUPILS
WILLING TO CONTRIBUTE TO
FAMINE RELIEF FUND���CRE -
ATES   INTEREST    IN    STUDIES.
I. T. P. AND BLUE FUNNEL COM-
PANIES INTERESTED IN PRO-
JECT TO HAVE DIRECT SERVICE,'
TO JAPAN.
GIVEN FREE TO WESTMINSTER
DISCOVER DIAMONDS
Yesterday tin' committee appointed
ihe previous evening to work on be-
lul/of thi city iu the matter of getting subscriptions for the starving
11 .. . ,[������������������* up a list which i.s now
in the hauls of the printers and wiil
,���,,,,.,,; to the chief baiijk managers
I u es where it i.s Intend
ed to; lai' them.
Talking   to   a   number   of   school
(teachers       the subject of the pupils
News    learned    that
| alread; the matter bad  been
before the i hildren,
ception sl " favor of the Idea.
lid the scholars at his
j school were anxious to begin the good
work and he suggested that a small
March 16.���The tgtab-
teamship service hn.
tween Ruperl an.i the Orienl is In pro-
oi formation, according to re
Ports curreni In Liverpool. It ie stated
Hritish capital Is behind the
prise
The Intention li to hat
Minister of P blic Works  William Pugsley  .
orable Recommendation With Reference
to Deed of
Vancouver
llshment of
cor some merit hs past efforts have
been made by the civic authorities to
obtain permission from the Dominion
authorities to dispose of the city hall
enter-: site and devote the pro.....I.s to erecting a suitable headquarters for   local
5*��Z "C��,t?,VS SSSS.' '"" """'"'	
ze,   the   most   northerly   of
Mu  icipal Property.--Q ��� stion of New Location.
stands, and when the papers come in,
I vviii have much pleasure In recommending this be done.
Yours Bincerely,
WILLIAM  PUGSLEY.
.Minister of Public  Works
March G, nil.
BRILLIANTS FOUND NEAR TULLA-
MEEN RIVER ABOUT THE SIZE
OE PINHEADS ��� COMMERCIAL
IMPORTANCE   OF    FIND   SMALL.
CANADA MUSf GIVE
$100,00010 CHINA
CABLEGRAM SAYS MILLIONS OF
PEOPLE ARE STARVING���TERMORS OF THE FAMINE-
ROWING STORIES.
-HAH-
Ottawa, March IC���The director of      Toronto, .March  15.���Canada   is  ex
the geological survey ha.s announced   Pected to give $100,000 to the famine
that   diamonds  have  been  discovered   reUef fund  in  China, according  to   a
in   Hritish  Columbia rock, this  being  cablegram received yesterday in Tttr-
the   first   reported   discovery    of   dia-  ��"fo tellint. of the greit need
monds in Canada. The   following   cablegram' waa   r��-
Ihe rock is peridlllte, of the variety ceived from the Iter. d. MacGiiivray
known  as  danite.   containing  olivine  chairman of the committee in charge
the most nortnerly  of the ]
brought  island, of the Japanese .roup but the
i'i'.   ��� thoul ex- Oriental terminus of the line will be
at   Lain  fliow. northern China, where
connection   will  be made  with distributing lines.
Recent arrivals' from Great Britain
prize be swarded to the school sub- state that negotiations are now under
Kribin.   ' "-'   sum-   This  Chi-   way  between   Alfred   Holt   and   com-
Mee question had made the pupils pany, of the Blue Fronel line and the
anxious to learn more of the country 0. T. P., with a view to promoting and
���-tke Celestial, and with reports In equipping such a service The line
He daily papers all the time on thc will carry mail. passengers and
object of China, bis pupils were the freight, and will be undertaken as
Bpra eager to gel In touch with the soon as the main transcontinental line
afflicted pari   ol   the  land   over   the  of the Grand Trunk
HU He ���     thai the children of N'ew 	
(Westminster would be able to send
hake a large un of money to the con-
, in \ U is  a  result   of  the
Ibotes which   will   be   placed   In   the
| teats of learn
Formerly   Library  Site.
The  City  hall  site,   where the   old
Mechanic Institute formerly stond and
subsequently    the    fine     three-story1
brick and stone public library- destroy-'
'���il by flre in 1898,
and chromite specimens in which the
diamonds were obtained on Olivine
mountain, near Tullameen river, by
Charles Cassels, of the geological sur-
The minister of public woi ks has
thus giving his assurance that when
the necessary documents in the matter are formally and in due course be-: v'ey party
fore him. he will recommend the grant       On account of fhe small size of the
ing ol  the  city's   request.      As   Mr,   stones,  none of  the  diamonds  being
Pugsley  is  head  of   the   department   larger than a pinhead, the discovery
was granted to the  having jurisdiction   in  the   premises,  seems to be of scientific rather than
, ���   "-   trif!  ""minion government tor   "'��  favorable  recommendation  is  tan-   commercial   interest
y purposes, and after the flre  in   'amount to an
of the
connection with a library, permission
was obtained for tbe use of the site
for a combined library and city hall,
but the city at no time secured' absolute control of the property, It having
specified  not
is completed.
OLD ROM ENGINEER
IS DEAD IN VANCOUVER
remained   inalienable   from
purposes.
This concession, through the assist-'
ante of the  Westminster Liberal association executive, has now been secured.
Pugsley    Makes a  Promise.
assurance that the desired boon will doubtless be duly advised. I
Where  Will   New  Hall  Be?
The location of the city hall which
will replace the present building has
heen decided upon, although a
number of sites have been suggested.
A proposal to build over Lytton square'
seemed to find considerable favor
among the powers that be some
months ago, but whether this would
be considered today is doubtful. It is
age
iway, ex-
IBRITAIN'S  TAXES   MAKE   RECORD
|Lloyd-George's Budget Results in Over
$-11,003,000 Surplus.
London. March  15.���The burden   of
Jtaxatior. ti   reaching a he - :.
(sever before ei] ei ienced in this conn-
I try
This li fhe a itl n rev.-at.Mi by the
I showing the -
lol the nai i teqner published in
Ithe Loi I They  ihow thai
lap to ihe   revenue   col-
l>  ; 1827,9         , a net
I ' lfi,530 over that   of
| list year.
Tic  ostl   '. the moment is that
Bjeyi-George ,.       received     every
Ipenny ol ised revenue be e\-
��� on |70 ��� o ��� "On that
Ike dil nol md there is  every
Alien  Cummings.  Who  Came  Here   in
1859 With Sappers and  Miners, Will
Be Buried at Sapperton on Friday.
In pursuance of a resolution passed more probable that the upward trend
some weeks ago. President George ��f the business district would be tak-
Kennedy and Secretary B. Goulet, sent ��n as an indication that Clarkson and
a communication on the subject to the Carnarvon streets will eventually ba
minister of public works. Hon. Wil- business thoroughfares, and that the
liam   Pugsley,  through    Ralph   Smith,   new  hall   should   be   built   on   those
M. P. for Xanaimo. This request has
now borne fruit, as the following letter from .Mr. Pugsley. received yesterday by Mr. Kenne ly, with a covering
letter from Mr. Smith, show-
Dear Mr. Smith���I ,,m in receipt of
your   favor of  the    L':'nd.   ultimo,   en-
Another old timer passed away ye
terday in  the  person  of  Allen   Cummings, for  many  years a  resident   of
'his city, bul   who for some time pas:
made his home in  Vancouver.
The late Mr. (   immlngs .vas a mem
ber of the   Royal    Engineers,   better ������
known   as   the   Sappers    and   Miners.
who ease to this place in 1869, and,
under the direction of Col mei Moody.   ���-     -r     ,   , ,�� �� .-.    r
...... ,      For Trial of Members of the   Camorra
planned and laid out  what is now the .    _.t,ph.
city of Westminsti r.    In his younger
streets.   From   the  corner  of  Church
street to MacKenzie street, on ClarK-
son  street, there are a  number      of
available sites that would make desir- i
ahle  locations.
The removal of the city hall would
entail the shifting of the Central flre
closing letter with regard I i the city hall. This wouigl probably be transfe:
of  Westminster obtaining permission red towards the west end of the city,
from  the government to sell   the   li- somewhere near Chinatown,  probablj
brary    site   on   which    the   city    hall on Carnarvon street.
FULL    JURY    SECURED.
i.i. a Mr. Cummings took active later
he
It. sed.
I PLAGUE OF   LOCUSTS
FOR   THIS
Ne* "                15.��� According to
I'-- enteen-year locusts,
Itteh are due   irn to plague the
I'""' Is  summei. after
I 1804, have   made
I'' n   ihe   vicinity   o;'
1 irator   Dttrasrs, of
Ithe \'_v V .r;. ,,..,)   iOClety,   has
���BOTerei ihe 9rsi grubs, several
Pto'isaii'i In numbi n u excavation
l^f Nrack By  the time the
I ���' round these thou-
1 "111 I e ml   I ns, he says,
-tortus revious   visitation
R lor;. covered suburban
r'"' '���'���,:'���.. ping    trees,    bushes
I2"* md :ums of everything
JP����. and then moving, In vast clouds
|*h obscured    th.    sun,   to   fresn
Chinatown will   welcome the  visits-
P��.  The Chinese cook  makes them
I'les. roasts tbem and eats them
i salad.
Viterho. Italy, March 15.���After
much difficulty a jury was secured to
day for the trial of t h i r t >��� - - i \ members
of the Camorra, who are charged in
various degrees with the murders of
their fellow thieves. Genarro Cuoc-
colo and tlie hitter's wife. The seats
���Borrow lpft vacant when court adjourned yes-
i terday were tiled during the fore-
Robert Drummond. mail clerk on the noon and two jurors in addition to
Q V It, and a resident of Westmln- ,ll(ise required by law also sworn in. j
ster   is a son-in-law of the deceased. When  the  but juror had   qualified,
President      Bl inch!     adjourned
 ' i court   until   this   afternoon   when
Local    Option   Wins. j proceedings were resumed.
.lefferson    City,    Mo..    March    15.���	
County  unit   local  option  won  in    the   START   TEARING   DOWN
I eral million pounds  ,8t   in  current   events,  but   lately
I the accounts ar*  uad led a quiet retired life.
Having been .i member of Eras.-;-
lodgo, No : \. i). D W.. the funeral
will be held under the uspices of that
SUMMER organisation, Interment beiug in the
Roman Catholic cemetery
morning at ten o'clock.
when completed, will he an ornament
to the city. Three tracks will enter
the huilding. these accommodating
the interurban. 1 he" Chilliwnrk and th.
freight Services The building will
be tive stories in height and will be
erected at a cost exceeding 1360,000.
It will ehan. e'the entire aspect of one
of the busiest corners in the city. The
engineers in charge of the work expect to haive the front portion of the
building finished for the use of the
suburban services by December 1.
distribution of the famine relics-
fund in  China.    It tells its own stor.
and makes its   own urgent appeal:
"Areas of famine much larger thin
formerly helieved. The committee is
besieged by appeals from missionaries
on the spot for help for thousands already. The present estimate is that a
million and a half in Anhui and ami'
lion in  Kiangsu are   starving.    Fno.l
  from America is slow.   Need cash   Kx
Lost  in  New York. pect Canada to give at. least $100,000-
Xew      Vork,     March     15.���Georgo Sold   Into   Slavery.
Lanze. thirty-five years old, a   Cana-      Rev. Mr. MacGilllvray has forward-
dian giant, seven feet four inches tall,  ed direct  to the Globe the  following
has been lost, in  Xew York.    He dis-   letter, dated February 7, received from
appearel on February 27 from a Lex-   Rev.  B.  C. Lobenstine:
ington  avenue  boarding  house.      He      Here is an incident that is refresh-
was   formerly   a   trapper   in    western   ing, coming along with all the stories
Canada.   A general police alarm is out   of sale of girls of marriageable
for him.                                                         , and of wives. and the giving
 j posing or sale of children
COO FISHING SCHOONER      __���������= J= �����
mai net  sons  and  two grandchildren,
having  nothing  whereon  to  live, and
unable  to  support    themselves    they
were, along with ten thousands of ot Tiers, reduced to the point of starving to
death.    Not many days ago, the elues*
son's wife said to her husband and her
parents-in-law;     "Take   me   and    sen
me.   It is not right that we all shouM
perish, if by selling me you can livo.
1 am quite ready to be sold as a slave.
i But the other daughter bro^e in, spying;       Not  so, my   sister, you   hav>
Seward. Alaska. March 10���The cod-   children,  while I have none, and you
fishing steamer Czarina, en route from   are the wife of the elder son;    it   is
San   Francisco   to   Shumagin   Island,  your place to stay by yo.ir family.   L*.t
was  wrecked  on  Kenai  Island during   them take me rather and sell me. An.t.
a terrible gale on the night of Febru-  then, if Heaven saves your lives aroi
ary  15. fortune  changes   for  tne   better, my
The  vessel  was pounded to pieces  husband can take to him anotner wit.
on  the rocks, the ship and cargo be-  better than  myself, who will   be
TOTAL WRECK IIP NORTH
During   Terrible   Gale    Off    Kenai
land,  Czarina   Was   Pounded  to
Pieces���Crew Reaches Land
Is-
comia�� a t. ital loss.
The crew, which had shipped on at
San Francisco, managed to get ashore
and were rescued by the mail steamer
Dora, wliich arrived from the west today.
Tbe Czarina was a schooner of 230
tons gross.
BALLOONS  WILL   HAVE
NO   SHOW   IN WARFARE
WILL   START   DREDGING.
the
tho
an
honor to the family smtt raise tip cha-
dren for him."
Sold   Last   Corn.
But they were a united family an-i
could not  resign  themselves   to   the
parting.    So the father spoke up an.l
said:    "We have still a few sta.KS ot
I corn left: let us take them to tie city
and sell them for a few cash,   i-en.ai.*
that will keep us alive till the Kelitf
c. mmittee makes its dJstribut.on; bus,
if die we must, Jet us die   together."
'ihe son accordingly carneJ ttte cornstalks to the city and received   ln return 200 cas.1] feigl>t cents, gold), wita
bouse today when thai body reconsid- VANCOUVER TRAM OFFICE
ered the action bj  which the bill was 	
made t. special action for Thursday,' Vancouver, March la.���-Work com-
and passed it late in tbe afternoon, menced in earnest this morning on the
Precedent local option for the larger |ong contemplated improvements ana
cities was passed. additions to the property of the  lii i��� -
] lsh Columbia Klectric Railway company at the corner of Carrall and Hastings streets.
The two-story brick building which
served so long as a home for the general offices, and as a terminal station
for  the  Westminster  line,  is  now  in
REDMONDITE    ELECTED.
IB��V SWIMS  RIVER
TO   ESCAPE   SCHOOL
LCel!lr;'l Village, Conn., March
'^dy' iioii.,., .,,���,   nine   vears
pun
���tape
15.���
old,
Vaurogan  river   to
ishing  at   his   father's
' iway from school.
18,1 had      i.,.d hookey" daily for
jjj*i and       mother  started  one
r,:"- ..i  wilh him. tO turn
teacher, but he broke
Pmnn   .     ..aped over a   fenco
tjwppeared In the woods.
r^l'** ' ither was summoned, and
ltt|a hum . | the boy.   It was fou
.     ���
. could !.���
"""il oeai
'������father made a dash for him.
,y" M   nol   hesitate   a  minute,
Pinged Into the river, which con-
rs"'��" loatlng ice.
���"youngster croaied all right and
'Ollillllll
per
Augustine Roche Returned Unopposed
From North Division of Louth.
Dublin. March 16. ��� Augustine
H,,che. a Redmondite, was elected todav member of parliament for the
North Division of Louth. The seat
was made vacant by the court's decision that Richard tfaselton'a election
In December was secured by fraud.
Today's election was unopposed, wit
Timothy Healy ief
the seat from whicl
Hazelton.
Paris,  March  15.���The military   en-
Operations on North Arm of Fraser to  g'neering authorities made   fresh   ex-
Commence This Week. i periments yesterday at the Eiffel tow-  which he bought a litt.e food.   But,
Eburne,     March      15.���J.     Garner  er with a new npparatus, which will  you know, the bank has been stow Ja
Hutchinson,   secretary  to  the  delega-  be    a    terribly    destructive    machine  setting tne copper ccms to us, and tt
tion whicli  interviewed the Dominion  when  dirigibles  and   aeroplanes   aro   has  ,,ot   '" (';l  possible  to  make
government   on   the  subject   of   the  called on to play a prominent part 'n
dred. ing  of  the   North   Arm  of   the  future   warfare.    The  new  apparatus
which was invented by a military officer, is destined to be used   by military aviators in time of war to destroy
dirigible  balloons.    It  consists   of   a
kind of arrow torpedo, to be dropped
from an aeroplane upon   an   enemy's
balloon.
  The   experiments   were   made   yes-
Toronto  Medical   Health   Officer   En-  terday from the seCond platform of the
quires  Into False Hair Trade.        | gjjjej  t0wer���that  is  to  say,  from  a
Toronto,   March   15.���Because    the  height of 350 feet and the torpedo ar-
the hands of the wreckers.   A tempo-  Chinese plague may reach Canada and  r0Ws were dropped on an ordinary bal-
rary track  is  being   laid   on   Canal!   possibly  Toronto  owing   to   the   de-  i00n placed at the foot of the tower.   - roadside
street  and  the offices formerly occn-  mand  for false hair, the city's medi-   Karh  time the enevlope was pierced  ��r even left tojUe_b yjM /^f3^
pie 1  by  the Vancouver Gas company   cal  health officer is liaving his men   i,y the arrow tbe arrow
on   that   street   Will   be    used    tempo-  make diligent enquiry today to deter-  th
ine the extent to which the trade in |
an interested spectator of the trials
Fraser river, reports that word has to
day been received from Ottawa that
the dredge will commence operations
within the next three days
AFRAID    OF    THE    PLAGUE.
our
first distribution or 100 cash per person, which could have kept them aiiva
for a few days longer, and yesterday
the member of the gentry, in telling
me the story, reported the entire family as dead.   With all its sadness, it te
refreshing to hear this   account,   for
wives and children over ten are being daily sold as salves, and not only
is it not considered wrong to buy them
but he who does so is looked upon as.
a benefactor.
Children   Worth  Coppers.
Smaller children are given away for
a few cents, or a few ounces of bread.
rarily as a waiting-room
connection Is also being
ml
A   freight
aid  to con- false hair is carried on in Canada, and
sing to re-contest   ,,���;,,'\v)(i, ,|1(l Canadian "Pacific tracks Toronto in particular, and if possible
he was ousted by   .)( (|u, n;1j.t|ni,s street crossing. find out if any comes from the plague
The new  building for the company, striken districts.
AN   IMPERIAL   NAVY.
First  Lord of  Admiralty
to
. i the boy.   It was
iny trace of the yoiing-
mnd.   Then lis was dls-
ie  hank of the   river,
Declines
Discuss Question In Commons,
londn, March 15.���In the house of
commons today the High, Hon. Norton CritTiths. M. P., said the attention
0f the government had been drawn to
the statement of the premier of New
Zealand that the dominions were pre
ioln In t
He expressed  the
Grain Growers' Guide Calls On
Tories to Support Reciprocity.
GIRL'S   SOCIAL   DOT
IS   $20,000  A
prepared to join in the maintenance of
imperial navy
however, that discussion now tlves j��� the Dominion parliament
It was a matter ..0n behalf of the   farmeis   of
be   re- prajrje  provinces  we appeal   to
.  ie of woods, but bis
an
opinion
would be premature.
which  should  more  properly
so, ved for consideration at the taper
iai conference.
overtook  him and carried him
Hung  was  half  frozen   SEARCHING   RIVEH   fou
['""'r and a doctor said that he
'"' lucky  if be escaped  pneu-
SHAKESPEARE'S  PLAYS
ne    WHS    pin.r.i     *r.     ^���--        '. u
vv exploded and  Fortunately, dogs are few   now, huv-
balloon was destroyed. I ing almost all been killed and eatenr
The  president  of the republic was  Three or four days ago a woman pasa-
""    '" ���' ���' ed out of the west gate of the city not
far from here, carrying a baby in her
arms.    She had tried to beg, but both
she   and   her   baby   were   gradually
YEAB   starving to death.    She ha.l   tried to-
' give the child away, but could find no-
Philadelphia, March 15.���If you were  one to take it, for it was young and;
nineteen vears of age. with a beautiful  weak and would surely die.   She barf
"'" ���      ,     ,   '       cnmmnnd and  made up her mind to expose it by the
home, servants at your command and  maoo^p ^^ ^ ^^ . ^
no dependencies, could you struggle on  ^^ R (jflma tQ dolng  80_ her   lleart
$.0,000 a year? ! failed her and she could not.    Seeing
That is what Miss Marie Louise El-  her plight, an 1 reading in her face her
hlns   granddaughter of the late  Wil-  story, a passerby snatched the  ChOI
Kins,  gi.iuuu.ut, arms  and   carted   it   off
11am L. Eikins, wUl have to do.    rhe, nmongBt  the   graves,  while    anotl**
$20,000 comes to Miss E kinB from the turned the hajf dead woman back ti>
estate of her father and grandfather  ward the cityi there to try to save her-
and grandmother. I self from death.   God only knows hov
Miss Eikins' mother, Mrs. Kate Fel-  many thousands of others bave pas3e,l
ton   tlxed the sum which she declares  through the same anguish during the
In  this,  the greatest  dials  that   has  come and will bring with it manifold   |_ absolUt8ly necessary for her daugh-  pagt two months, and how many tenw
faced    Canada   since   Confederation,   benefits will you not. earn the lasting ter to bave   to   maintain   her   social  of thousands must pass that way wlth-
Never before In your political career gratitude of your country by exercis-  s(aI1(ijns.    The mother filed a report  jn the next, four months.
Winnipeg, March 15.���The Grain
Growers' Guide, the organ of tiie
prairie farmers, addresses the following appeal to the Western   Conserva-
the
you
tereats In their home markets and
closer trade relations with the motherland?
"Which will you do?   n
"Reciprocity was the policy of   Sir'
John  Macdonald and Alexander Mackenzie.  Both  parties  have sought af-;
ter it since  1868.   Now  that   it   has1
ON OODGER NUISANCE.
have vou 1 een cahed upon to endure ing the courage and independence so  w[(ll ll)e (ruBtees of the W. L. Eikins
so severe a test.    Vour political oppo- characteristic   of   the   great   western  GHtnte ami they in turn filed a petition
nents, through the fortune of clrcum- prairies whose people you represent  i w|tl, t|le orphans' court of Montgom-
ir_\   speclil  stances, have secured the fulfillment "You  are  not  called   upon  to   en-         COunty for the allowance.     The
York.   Marcli   io.   a-   i          ot g )m|u,v wlli(,M has tlwn V(UirH ilS (]orse the B,ns of your political oppo- court dectded the trustees are empow-
manuscripts   of  well as theirs since Cana la obtained nents, you are not called upon to with-       d under the wm to make whatever
BLIND MEN   MIX < IN
WILD   RIOT   WITH   BROOMS
New-
cable to the Tribune
search   for   the
Bantn, i,
���* Order'
of  Seattle   Police,
for  Its  Abatement.
Is
the   senrcn   ior   ..��-   ""���"-.  Vor tha   ils fiBl.al independence
Shakespeare* plays   n inei u   ��� , )|p Q, Uie west huve fougi,t
draw your allegiance to your party, allowance they saw fit and tiey agreed
Philadelphia, March  15.���A   serious
case of blindman's buff occurred yea-
but you aro called upon to   exercise t_Bt"$20.000 a year was a fair sum for terday when one hundred ^and thirty-
March   15,���Chief of  Police  there ar.
members of
to enforce that ��<"'-
ordinances providing
unlawful for any per-  to Mr
Wltl,
,H"I; has Instructed
["epartmeni
I li dun bi
��g t"8tl"nite, hunt out or scatter
��, ���' 'treet, avenue, sidewalk or
i |J���'"'' Place anv circular, dod-
<M.""":I iwmphlet, card, picture
lints,,,,'".'''is'ng matter of any kind
^i,,.i1'"      The ordinance has been
    STsoKhno"ar*foliowingthe
venture keenly.
Piirmisslon to make .
,,   \? ic- of the Wye has been given1
^V8"nwen by the Duke of Beaufort,
""" a,,,r of the gen. irepresent,
Ids  literary
your Goi-glven powers   of reason in th   woung woman,
the interest of the people who   have
placet their confidence In you.     Mr.
Haultaln, of Saskatchewan .who   has
freedom  from the extortion practiced   upon   them   for  twenty  years.
Partial   victory Is  within   sight;   you
nlnratlons In I can make it a complete triumph. Nov- excited the admiration of Canada by
1 " ' er before have you had an equal op-  hls manly stand, should be your ex-
portunity to help the men whom you  ample.    Let  the   people   know   that
������������������������������������������������
*y ���
*y No Annexstion. ���
���      Ottawa.  MafcH   16.���Accord-   ���
five blind men swung brooms on exc ��
other's heads in a riot on thc thir.i
floors of the Pennsylvania Worktop
Home for blind men.
Two men were knocked unconscfit*^
and were taken to the hospital, and H
required ten policemen, summoned by
uinenesa
of
'���'" '   "'"^^coklan theory. i-
-iitf
?H HI)
tin
11 III,.
i: dn In the
" months.
political campaign last
a inclined to the
marked yesterday l"."
scripts are
t"
Will  you  now  ask   your  piirtv   fealtv  does  not  always   blind ���
���
nmii'iis who  repudiating what they havo fought for,  being   weighed   in   the   balance.    Do ���
or will you join them in the fight for not sacrifice the welfare of the west ���
who has satisfied htaseii "i_?"�� SjJJ^I B_pp0PterS lo stultify   themselves   by  men to their country's good.   You are
ii   mi,i   minu-' justice and aid them, with the power Upon the altar of political expediency
. I   at   Chepstow,  they  have temporarily   delegated   to  nor betray the people you represent to
'iseovere,     i        _������_,.        ^ iQ Be(.���ro the freedom of the mar   the greed of special   privilege.     Put
r;;:^._u   ofSralfod-on-AvonwIlIdls-
Uie v.11 ut __,���  ���,..,i,  from  all
campaigns of the appear,
the world to
P nf Mrmi" "���    (1()<.k from all I kets  of  the   great   republic   to   the  principle before  party  and your   ac-
and P^pw^Jj"(() 8ee Bacon's   south, freedom from monopolistic in- tlon wlll be appreciated."
Ing to a statement made by one   ��� telephone call from the   superintewi-
r*t tho mfitnhers of the govern-   ��� ent of the home, to subdue them.
��� Many of the men had fallen to tliw
��� floor and the crowd raged ovor thorn.
��� Despite their blindness, the Inmate*
��� were able to hurt each other severely.
��� The trouble arose over two of  U��
*> blind men quarrelling at their brooaa
of the members of the government yesterday afternoon, the
Dominion of Canada has no intention of annexing the Buhama
islands, as has been suggested
in some quarters.
�� + + ������������������������������������������ bench. I
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MARCH   16,
1911.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY I
P. PEEBLES
TWO    LOTS,    132   feet   frontage   on   THREE    lots   on   corner    of     Eighth
WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.]
Apply Windsor hotel.    Good wages.
WANTED���WE HAVE TO LOAN
$20,000, amounts of $500 upwards.
P. Peebles, 620 Columbia street.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TROUSER
maker. Apply ,[. \. Aitchlson, Columbia street.
Sixth street, 103 feet deep.    Price!
$(1300; $2000 cash, balance 6, 12 and1
18 months.    This is cheap property.
No. 183.       n
SURREY���For sale, 132 acres, 50
acres cleared, on Coast Meridian
road, one-quarter mile from Surrey
Centre. Price $130 per acre; one-,
quarter cash, balance one, two ami'
three years. This is a real good
buy.
street, facing .Moody Square, $3100,
easy terms.
TWO lots on Ash street in the old
Clute property. $1000 each, ona-
quarter cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
ENGLAND LIKES
ARBITRATION IDEA
Do Not Waste Money
WANTED���YOUNG    LADY   WISHES
position as housekeeper, companion
GOOD modern Six roomed house,
largo lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3500. $(i00 cash,
balance over two years.   No. 62.
SAPPERTON���Lots $50 cash and $10 I
per month. I
LOT on  Princess street   near   Fourtn I
street, price $700, on terms.
FOREIGN SECRETARY SAYS PLAN
SHOULD RECEIVE DELIBERATE
SANCTION     OF     PARLIAMENT,
���PERSONALLY  FAVORS  IT.
ain-
or helper. Apply Box F, Daiiy ^l^i^   ��um'  ^
LOT on  Princess street near   Second
street;  price $600, on terms.
WEST   End   lots;    lot   on   Nanaimo
street near Sixteenth street, facing
' south; price $850, on good terms.
on
WANTED ��� STRONG  WOMAN   TO^^^     J^     a     HALF     acres
wash   clothes.    Apply   503   Second j ^    avenue     ?B000,    This   w,���  THREE lots, corner of   Toronto   and
street, corner Fifth avenue.        make ten good lots worth $750 each. |     Eighteenth    street,    facing    south;
" '     No. 192.
WANTED���AN    OFFICE    HOY    FOR.	
real estate office.    Apply Diamond  LOT
n
London, Marcli 15.���Sir Edward
Grey, the foreign secretary, leading
the house of commons tonight in Premier Asqulth's absence, made an important pronouncement on the govern-!
ment's naval policy.
Reginald McKenna, first lor.l of the
admiralty, in defense of his estimate-,,]
explained that In 1014 Great  Britain
, would have thirty and Germany twen-
only   $lS00Mernm   one-third   cash: j ty-one Dreadnaughts���not, he said, au!
Save a little systematically, for It is the stuff that the fou
dations of wealth and happiness arc built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend    for   what   t
needed now  and  to invest for what shall be nechd j��� the fu.
ture.   Money cannot be 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!
on     Twelfth     street,      below',.
& Corbould, Lavery block.
Fourth avenue, only $1000.  No. 17S.
"" " r~\V,7,v    rr,r.n    LIVE   FOUR  fine  lots  on    Edinburg   street,
SViS/;   j-j ����� ��� ��- <�����'"���
nerty.    Big  commissions    paid    to      ^. *���'��������� 	
right men.   Call at Bdson Syndicate, __ ~~~~7^ZZZ
445 Columbia street, city. KELLINGTON  &  HENDRY
WANTED - GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 403 St. George,
street.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
WANTED - THOROUGHLY     GOOD   Phone 680.                New Westminster
housekeeper.    Apply  in  person  im- j _	
mediately to F. T. Cliff, East Burnaby.
MACCALLUM BROS.
OCR   SHINGLES   AREI   A   KITTLE, TENTHS   f an ��� cleared,
Slhe^ ch'a.ler06 They  malV  a      corner Second and Durham streets.
"better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yo.i
prefer, order them with your lumber through  Small &  Bucklin.
This will subdivide into several
nice lots. Piice $3000; $1150 cash,
balance terms.
| ;
'AN eight-room modern house, fine
view, on Eleventh street, close to
Fifth avenue.    Price $4200;  terms.   I
balance 6, 1- and 18 months.
TWO lots on Seventh avenue, near
Second straet, for a few days only;
price $1600, on good terms.
ONE and a half story house on Ash
street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenues; eight-room modern, cellar,
stable and chicken house; sixteen
bearing fruit trees; house in splendid condition; price $3300; terms
$1300 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 2 I
months.
i
,
NEW   two-story    house   on    Seventh
street, near Queens avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace; price $4200; terms
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and is
months. Good only until the 2otli of
this month.
P. PEEBLES
620 Columbia  Street.
FOR SALE���150 ACRES   OF   GOOD! SIXTH avenue���A modern house with
land, with one mile water frontage
on main channel Fraser river; one-
half miles from C. N. It., one-third
mile from C. P. R., one and one-half
miles from B. C. E. R. Price $150
per acre. $4 500 casli, balance flve
or six years at 7 per cent. Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.    Phone F 570.
FOR SALE���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot 66x132, good bearing
fruit trees, shrubs, etc.   For particu
lars apply to Owner,
street, City.
724  Princess
furnace,  six   rooms.     Price    $3250;
$1000 cash;  balance three years at1
7 per cent.
A NEW six-room house, cor. 7th avenue and Sixth streets.    Pi ice $3500. j
$1500 cash;  balance two years.
SEVENTH avenue���A new seven-
room house. Price $3000; balance,
terms.
A MODERN six-room house in good location, one block from Queen's
park. Price $2650; $500 cash, balance as rent or to suit.
unreasonable margin.   The size of the]
British navy, he added, was governed
by that of Germany and unless some |
change occurred in the German naval
law this year would be tbe high wate, j
mark in the British estimates.
Foreign    Relations    Happy.
Secretary  Grey, affirming   Mr.   Mc-!
Kenna's   statements,   emphasized   the
cordiality   of  Great   Britain's    foreign
relations and his earnest  desire that
nothing   should   disturb   these   friend-;
ships, especially with Germany,
lie then dealt with the difficulties to
be  encountered  in   the   disarmament
discussion and pointed out that it was i
the most civilized nations that spent I
the most in armaments, asserting that i
unless the mischief was brought home
to men's feelings as well as to the!:'
minds, the growth of armaments must,
in  the  long   run,   break   civilization
down.
As   to    Limitation.
Any real limitation of armaments,
he declared, must depend on nation's
learning, like Individuals, to resort to
law instead of to arms, lie referred
to President's Taft's arbitration
speech as hold, courageous and pregnant with consequences and sail:
"Such a statement ought not to  g>
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       without  response.    We  should   be  I -
EXCELLENT double corner   in    Sap-  lighted to have such a proposal macie
1 erton,  close    to  Columbia    street   to llp-
line;     $1250
I Clearance Sale
I OF   	
���    Ladies and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale arid Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE  BRICK.
CLOSE IN corner on Twelfth street
comprising two lots 50x132 approxi
mately;
$250u.
HOUSEKEEP-
FOH    SALE���LIGHT    	
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain SAPPERTON���An eight-room house,
ior quick disposal. Apply Room 14, modern, with furnace, nice view.
Burr block. Lease for one year to run;  $3200;
��. ������ ��� I     $1000 cash, balance terms.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine; length of boat
40 feet; width of beam 9 feet 10
inches', good house. Boat thoroughly
Glad  to   Hear  Proposal.
"We should feel that  it  was something so momentous and so far-reach-
,^mmmmma^^^^^^m   ing  in its possibilities that   it   would _________________________________
a future business location;   require not only the signature of both   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
    governments,  but   the  deliberate andj*    oT'/^F^t-'     r* uti/ '
GOOD west   end    corner,   comprising  *��**���* *;<"<'>��>" Ol  parliament. ||    51 ORE,   BANK
three large lots;  $l���u;  good terms.!     ^X^^l^^y g OFFICF
LARGE   CORNER   LOT   with   small   cheered. I*   rll1t/        v-fl * *%*!*
house, west end, close to car line
$1800;   good terms.
equipped with life belts; license for
25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, lfi
horsepoiwer, 4-cylinder Cowie enl-
gine, make and break. This is a
first-class engine and has only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once. Price $f>00. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster B. C. I
HAMILTON     STREET ���Two    large
lots,  $050 each, one-third  cash.       |
LONDON STREET���Four lots at $525',
each, one-third cash, balance easy.  I
PORT MANN lots in our subdivision1
are selling rapidly. Call and get
particulars.
MACCALLUM BROS.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Cojumbia Street.
SKELETON   OF    MAN
170,000   YEARS   OLD
London, March 16,���The skeleton o'.
the man recently found in the Thames
behind Galley Hill, near the chalk pits,
of Northfleet, is declared by Prof. Ar-!
thur Keith to be L70.000 years old.
In delivering the Hunterian lecture I
before the Royal College of Surgeons .
yesterday on "The Antiquity of Man '
Prof, Keith said he had arrived at hid
,    ��� estimate of age  by  the action  of the!
I Thames since the time when the level !
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        , I of the river was from I to loo feet;
LOT  on   Fifth  street  .between  Sixth   higher than it is today.    A considera-j
FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
GRAY & GILCHRIST
LOT     on     Fourth     street,     between
Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue,
$875; terms.
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
Room 3.
Smith Block.
Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY',
and harness, can be seen at Bell-1.
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120. |
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���LARGE, WELL FURN-
ished front room; suitable for two
gentlemen.    ,03 Agnes street.
TO RENT���A FIVE-ROOM MODERN
house, bathroom, washhouse, wood-
house, etc., moderate rent. Eniuire
���1513 Fourteenth street, above Eighth
avenue.
TO RENT���EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on First street and Eighth avenue.
JRent $12 per month. Apply Mr. Cornell, 308 Sixth street	
FOR RENT ���FURNISHED ROOM
for one or two genltemen. Apply
513 St. George street.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
LOST.
i**\s*\
LOST���FOX TERRIER PUP WITH
black bead and three black spots oi
his back near tail. Finder pleaso
notify Johnston's Big Shoe House,
Limited.
EDMONDS���Block of four lets close
to B. C. E. Ii. station, each 66x155,
roads back and front and alongside,
$1400 the block; one-thl'.d cash.
antl  Seventh avenues,
terms.
for    $1100;
-t
tion shows how old the modern type of j
man   is.     The  Galley    Hill    man, although differing in several features, is
MODERN HOUSE, seven rooms, on essentially modern in type and is the
lot 50x150, Mowat street, $2500; one- only representative known of the thou-
third cash, balance $25 per mouth.    I �����*���   of  generations   of   Englishmen
1 which span the vast period of hum in
life in this country from tbe glacial tj
neolithic times.
SIX ROOMED MODERN HOUSE on
Alberta street, Fappenou, one minute from car; $1R(i0; one-third cash,
ba'ance $20 per month.
CITY���Beautiful home, modern house
on concrete foundation, commanding
location in best part of city and
close in; on corner lot, 66x132;
$8500; one-half cash, balance over
two years.
EDMONDS���Two corner lots on constructed road, within one block of
car station, each 66x165;  $1300 the
two; one-tpjarter cash, balance 6, 12 i
and 18 months. j
SIX ROOMED MODERN  HOUSE    on
Alberta street, $2000; easy terms.
GRAY & GILCHRIST
Real  Estate, Financial and  Insurance
Brokers.
Phone 505. Trapp Block, Columbia St.
ADAM ATE PEAR,
SAYS HORTICULTURIST
EIGHTH AVENUE���One and one-half
acres in west end on Eighth avenue,
affording profitable Investment for
anyone subdividing; $5000; one-third
cash, balance over 18 months.
CUMBERLAND    STREET���Block    of
eight lots, each 66x132, lane at. rear;
$400 each; one-tlilr.l cash, balance
easy.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
,^m
���^'*Uiy**k':--'*''iit'' '���������
, .
FOR SALE
Five lots on Toronto street, near
18th St. Price
$500 each, on
easy terms.
Westminster Realty Co'y
Room 2, Trapp Block.
New Westminster.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watches for Ladles from 112/5
ip.
Silver Watches,   fents'   open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches,  gents' open   case,
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Kipn
Vatnh��s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Hartford, Conn., March 15.���Thc
Garden of Eden apple story got a
black eye ln an address here by
George W. Smith, of Melrose, Conn.,
secretary of the Connecticut Horticultural society, who declared that that
fruit could not possibly have grown in
a climate like that of the Garden of
Eden.
Mr. Smith said that on the fateful
morning when Eve decided to "tempt"
Adam, and incidentally saddle eternal
misery and woe on the earth, she
doubtless went into the pear orchard
and chose a Juicy and fine looking
pear and that is what It was that she
took to the sleepy Adam and v.-hlch
her credulous consort "did eat."
The lecturer described the climate
of the Garden of Eden as tropical.
-JfKfi J-   BROOKES.   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Cerllne. PHONE 473
*��������������������������������������������*<���������������*���������** #������������������������������������������������������������****
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IUBEROI0 ���
ROOFING ���
ST. N0ABD.F0I! li ��"5 j
~\
WIDOWS' ASSOCIATION
FOR FINDING HUSBANDS
..>>��� T'_ *-***^v<:'.i '.^h  ^h
YOU MAY DMV��---* BUT YOU CAN'T���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN  ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Berwick, Pa., March 15.���Since the
formation of the Berwick Wi lows' as
sociation four years ago sixteen members of the organization have found
husbands.
Until some designing person found
the minutes of the meetings, th-' ass >-
, elation was supposed to a "charitable
| organization." The minutes, however,
show it to be organized for "charity at
home," mainly to enable tho members
to obtain suitable husbands.
One of the notations ln the minute
book shows that the widows this year
have decided 'to hold their annual picnic, at the same time and place as will
be the Berwick Bachelors' club. The
reason assigned ln the minutes Is that
the Berwick home product makes better husbands than does their imported
masculinity.
Gardiner & Gardiner
JT PAY8 Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THP  DAILY NFW8
<F. G. Gardiner)
i ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
i
| New Westminster, B. C.        ���	
��hon* 661 Residence Phone 133   by a railroad scon.
WILLIAM H. TURNER
In "Father and the Boys" at the opera
house, Friday evening.
R. N. W. M. P. VETERAN DEAD.
Sergt. Pook Was 25 Years In Service
and Fought In the Rebellion.
Rosthern, Sask., March  15.---Georgo
Samuel Pook died this morning fiom
 heart failure, aged   forty-nine   years.
 ; Pook served ln the mounted police for
Bloodshed   Probable. j twenty-five years, resigning last May.
Boise, Idaho, March 15.���Several set- He fought In tho Kiel rebe'llon In 1885
tiers In the Long Valley and the and lived In Calgary when It was . |
Horseshoe Bend county today an- hamlet of shacks. Pook served three
nounced that they Intend to defend years In the First Life Guards in
their lands and mining properties with Whitehall, London, Eng., entering
guns against claim Jumpers who are when seventeen years old. He was a
following the railroad surveyors Into Koyal Arch Mason and Independent
the county, whicli   may be  traversed  Forester.   The funeral takes place on
Thursday.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
5_ OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth St., New Westminster.   Phone
ADVERTISE IN THE NF^l L ^���.varyr*
THURSDAY,   MARCH   16,   191,1.
COAL
New
Wellington
WRGCr LIFT aBRBPtXNE
is a mm mmm
THE DAILV NEWS.
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'^w Kindcf Prope|io, to   R
evolution
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Cront St., Foot of BtKth
Uc  woch*nlsm of  . iying
Machines.
I    Otflc
L     "
���
J
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ntnrf 'Phone lis.
Columbia
Barn   P*one tl?
Street.
BUS*!*   dull versa    promptly   ***
any part oi tn. city.
Lit7ti: and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TMAM   OSPOT
EGGS!
Greei Gut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Centra! Meat Martel
BOWELL *%. ODDY
Cornei  Eighth  8t. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
ifc   to  26  H.  P.
2 and  4  Cycle
-OC.1
   Agent*
lestaioster Iron Works
Tentt
Phong
St..    New
53.
Westminstf r.
d. Mcelroy
Dhone   R672.
11'. Haiti  toi   it, W
lam: ont ^eat.ng and P'umbing Co
:���-������ 5-weeping. Eavetrcugr
.' ��� - ��� >e**ver Ccn*>frting. Ces*
ttoo'i   it.* r   Tart*    Etc..  tte.
i  .no.   Marc!    ib -An   Invention
Umi  tvll] rerolutii  ilfce the arl oi ai La
'������ii Is claimed on behalf ol two \ ���
'��� '��� ���" ��� Fi r elghl months thej
hi ���    Mt      hard al  woi k ai   Nevi  0
eai     La., ] e fectln ���  ��� direi    lifi pro
I i    ��� liii i aerop   ��� ���    . iii be able
1    make asceni  without the nece   I
b on    the   ������ un i ror u W In
start, nr withoul requiring the aviatoi
to ciicp. in the air ln order I hleve
tude records.
1 hi   li vi ntoi    sn   Edgai   Laur and
I Qeorge   Florence,  the   rormei   bein,
1 oo     i -ii,   in Toronto al the home 11
1 liis Bl iti Rusholme road    His re
i turn Is foi thi pui pose ol proceeding
;���,,..: rd gi ii, .i ni ci isi i pi tehl
tn protei I the device In all the civilized coui trii When thai li don*
ew Orb ii up talisl ��� n readj to
I bi i In tbe construi tlon ol direi I fl
: in roplane
i AltllOUgll     I'l'' il    Vllllll:      HUM,    ||i |
ui   ,'.   profession  eacl  tm   had
ob dIoi    I raining     Poi  somi   monl hs
i -in-, labored on <heir Idea In Toronto,
; going south "I. tbal ihej  could  bave
I open air experiment    lurin   thi whole
j eai  round.
Still   ,i   Secret.
.inm whal the scheme of construction ol tbe nen propeller Is will be a
secrei  until thi   pAtents are secured,
bui Mr, Lam declares that, while ac.
luai tests with an aeroplane bav<  - ���
\<- been male, tbal experiments with
j modeli   bave   been   quite   successful.
Whereas   aeroplanes   now,   with   60
:' horsepower engine . <��i 250 pound
thrust force, with the ne* devlct   n
ihi-   horsepower   motor   gives    I lfi
pounds ei thrusi force, and teAts with
pulleys  have  proven   thn;   tb<-  tlirnr
force is proportionate -as   the   horsi
powei i: lni reased, oi  In othei word
,   .    r. rsepower pn nine will give I48Q
pounds ol tHfusi force.   With aviator
nnd nil   the wetghi of  '���   eatnpletel
equipped aeroplane will hot  be ov6r
.;' i  i iiiimi-
OnicW    Ascent.
"This ih whal we win accomplish
Bald    Sir    Laur   to    the   Tele_ am
"whereat  I   required some t*o '	
n- manoeuvring and clrclini  li    hi
;, i ,,  .   hi altitude reco - o  something ovei  two miles With 11    ���
'. nr; wt could make thai ������"���-'    '   '  '
; minutes.   Tbe higher sltltu l<
!:���������<   nm been attained bai   bcei   dtn
New Westminster
Mail Service
1 in tbe IhabfHty to carr ysufficlenl
ollne fur the engine.   We Wll hot re
l quire tay more fuel, nnd will   eoftsi
  'illy have tlmt rniieli moie timi   f
such nth(>r manoeuvres as mav be ri
I quired.   Tbo ability to malte the swifi
: ascension  is especial);    valuable   for
military  pur;":''
"Wh.it    of   the    Future?
Mi   Laur hut- Idefis of his btVn con
c ng the pun  the   aeroplam
play in 'be ��nrid':: future.
"My  Idea is thai  the ond ol
governmenl  wlll come, nnd thai p o
pie    will   become     a     law     Illlln    1 hrTii
he said       ' In :'"t   laid   ���
certain socinl pi Ind] ll    on  wl        11
world should hi verned when He di
livered HU Bermon on the moir-;
when tbey iiim-i bi
eepted'.   When man Is able to take his
areoplane an i vapteii into the cloud i
In ;i hi lef "pai e of lime, In;-.
eminent a ' e able to regul ite hi
I
;n arcl lats to 1 -'''ii r'",n
���.'.;, ; ieI ll   li;
;
Libel Suit Lost.
'
March 15 Tl i ai 'imi for
libel ': Di John J Wilkinson, J, )���:
Y.'liKr mi   the   !'���
Canadian   bui< Iters,   bi
oncluded toda;
the verdict being no H'" ���    11
affei ts  man;   Canadian   papi
published   the     tor; Will
In ore, and who
ho threatened ��Ith
 a
re'levi and cure indipesti. ' v cf the stomach   bill *.-���������        flatulence
dyi,  ,   . ich by supplying the active principles
heede ��� ' , . Try one after each wai. f
>.    K your druggist lias not stO< sond us 50c.
��� box. 33
nlrfll Cnrnpn-iy of Calisda, I irtittrJl,       ���       -       .       Montreal.
ADVKRTiSKINTHK riAFI.Y news
IT WILL BRIN(;   RWULTK
BETTER CLO
It is a prima), basic fact in all const/.ruc-
tion  work���a  finished product can be
no better than its raw materials.   This
is equally true whether you build rai
roads or clothes.
20th Century Brand bcrx'lvtnilor'-'-i
clothes are better boen use they have a
better beginning; and limy continue to
^t.     ; g^ow better through every process of
making down to tbo last stitch in the
buttOfi holes.    20th Century Brand fabrfft^bettttltocto*t��^ttMte
uu. ni-st selection of the finest goods made���IHE CHOP, (it Till IfllfflS M U\. ..Rill.
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ii. m.;  nrrh-es .-'enttle 8:45   i. m.
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mlttSfef  lirldrre  ,m_. en ,i .���  station
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Friday,  March
The Gregory-Stegner Co.
Present the Capable Character Comedian
WM. H. TURNER
In His Greatest Laughing Success
���
FATHER
and tke BOYS
G.   N.   RI���Surras   Brandt.
r.efi'-"i     "-rtie 8:(ifi  n.m.;   arrives
.v,i ..    ,-,*���*.��� ���ii.'[**..*.y  ;:50 p. m.
Leaves    en lie   U:.08 p. m., afrlves
��� ,..v Wefltmlnfiter '.:riu p, m
Leave.    Senttle   t:i:ri   p.m.
New WeHtrninstor 0:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p. m.
Xhw -\'i>ntmlnsler fi:30 a. m.
arrives
arrives
THE DAILY  NEWS.
��� IN ���
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Geo. Ade's Funniest Comedy.
PLAYED---!50 nights at Empire theatre, New York;
100 nights at Powers' theatre, Chicago.
Curtain Rises at 8.15, Sharp
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy, Wednesday, March 15.
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PAGE FOUB.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  MARCH
The Daily News NEW SALMON COMPANY
WILL CATER TO KINGS
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner   of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
BRITISH ARMY OFFICER AND ROUMANIAN PRINCE SUGGEST
FISHING INDUSTRY FOR BENEFIT   OF   ENGLISH   NOBILITY.
Notice to Contractors
SONG
the Na-
ti)
a hand-
much
with whicn
mated, that
the earliest
his native habi-
, claim
and in-
and 's
and   re-
Tlie efforts being made by
tural  History society   of  Victoria
naturalize Kngiish song birds on Vancouver Island is commendable      The
society is importing several dozens ol
these, and is reported to have made u
choice of those songsters which   are
���apposed not to be predatory in their
lialdts, to as to avoid the risk of injury to farm crops.   Bul in the list of
chosen varieties we observe what   is
styled green linnets, by whicli we pro-
some   is   meant    what   is   generally
known along the English countryside
as the Greenfinch.      This is
awnc, sprightly little bird, very
<>f the build of a canary,
indeed  it  is   sometimes
jwpes a pretty pong from
spring days.    But in
ta.   the greenfinch has the reputation
���o* being a bold garden robber.
Some   naturalists,   however
that   lie devours more grubs
sects   than   he   does   seeds,
therefore entitled to the love
sj>L'ct of gardeners.    As  a  matter of
fact, all the Kngiish song   birds   are
more or less garden robber?, but many
ase also great scavengers, and the re.il:
beauty of their carol.ing is ample compensation for any damage  they  may.
do.
Jt is one of the regrettable features
of the beautiful spring and early sum-;
mer months which we enjoy in British ^
Colnmbia, that though there are many i
birds of handsome plumage, only one, j
and he wears a modest raiment, makes
iiny pretense to sing.      For the most
pair the birds of this province utter
piercing cries or monotonous unit ne*,
i. nd it would be a real pleasure to ha-.e
tbis    unmusical   medley   relieved    by
-huti'.** of the melody which the Kngiish
sons birds give forth.   The rich fluty-
tones of the blackbird, the thrush and
thc nightingale are unequalled by any
,of   the   feathered   songsters
���world.
Tlie present importation of linnet,;
and other small song birds by the Victoria society is an extension of the experiment   initiated   some   time   ago,
���when a number Of skylarks were obtained from the mother   country and
liberated on the island.   These are reputed to have successfully accommodated themselves to   tlieir   new surroundings and to be breeding very satisfactorily.
Seattle, March 15.���Following out
the idea suggested by Capt. Eustace
Radcllffe, ol the British army, and
Prince Nicholas Ghiku, of Roumanla,
who passed last season on a hunting
trip in the Cook inlet country, that
the delectable king salmon caught in
Southwestern Alaska would appeal
strongly to the palates of the exclusive British aristocracy, a company
with strong financial backing has been
formed in Seattle to pack both king
and red salmon for use of Kngiish nobility.
Only the very finest red or king stimuli  will be canned, and all the fishermen aud cannery hands Will be com
ed to wear gloves while at work.
Tbe officers of the new corporation,
whicli is to be known as the Seldovia
Salmon company, follows': Julius Red-
elsbeimer, president; Benjamin Moy-
ses, vice-president; K. F. Randolph,
treasurer an.l secretary; \V. 0. Whorf,
manager, and W. A. Krtsbie, superintendent.
Operation will begin at once with a
lleet of tenders, scows and barges
built in Seattle. The Kyak, one of tne
company's tenders, was bought at San
Francisco, and will leave for Seldovia
March 18 with a scow in tow. The
cannery at  Seldovia will have a capa-
Tenders are invited for the erection
and completion of a six story steel
frame and concrete office building, ti
be erected on Columbia street, New
Westminster, for The Westminster
Trust Co.. Ltd.
Plans and specifications can be had
at the offices of the architects, Messrs
Gardiner & Gardiner, New Westminster.
Tenders close on Wednesday
March, at noon. The lowest or
tender not necessarily accepted,
:sth
any
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster  Trust   Building.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISH KD 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issueit. available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department��� Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward
and Interest alio wei ;it 3 per cent, pei
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
TENDERS
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D, BRYMNER. Manager.
ROYAL      COLUMBIAN     HOSPITAL.
pel
city of 60,000 cases.   As Seldovia lt at ]
the  entrance to Cook  Inlet, its  free- .
dom  from  ice  will  permit operations
during the greater part   of the year, |
and about seven boats a month will be
able to go out and in.
Tenders will ho received by the undersigned   up  to  twelve noon, of  the
[ 20th  of  March, marked' "Tenders  for
Property,"  for  the  purshase   of   Re-
subdivision 3, ���!. and 17, of Subdivision
'���'.,   Lot   6,   Suburban   Block   IV.,   sapperton.    Terms   one-third   cash,   one-
.third in six months, and one-third in
; twelve  months,  with   interest  at  the
rate of 7 per cent per annum.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
I sarily accepted.
W. II. KEARY,
Secretary R. C. II.
New  Westminster,  B, C,  March ;���,
11)11.
n
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED
GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
Arrivals.
Vancouver
NEAR CENTENARIAN IS
SILENT ANO CHEERLESS
Confederate    Veteran    Fails   After
Wonderful Walk to Find  His
Lost    Daughters.
10: "0���From
si/..
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanagan.    (No. ;i^>.
17:05���From  Vancouver.
li):L'0���From Vancouver
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00��� To  Vancouver.     I No.  071.
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal   (N'o   961.
17:50���To Agassiz ar.d Vancouver.
21:40���To  Vancouver.     (No.   1).
and   Ag.ia-
Kootenay
(N'o.  96),
Seattle and
and    Nicola.
Seattle,    Ni-
H. W. BRODIE,        ED. OOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster
.Sir.lON   FRASER   MONUMENT
The gratitude of the people of New
"Westminster !s certainly due to A. K
White for the practical steps he has
taken towards tlie completion of the
Simon Fraser monument, by placing
upon his own shoulders the responsibility of giving a commission for the
bust ef the hardy explorer with a family of famous sculptors. It is to be
hoped, however, that the citizens will
.not be slow to recognize either then-
obligations to Mr. White or their indebtedness to the discoverer, and that.
they will be ready to contribute to tho
fond for this work.
Whilst the appeal is to the citizens
*ot New Westminster iu particular, for
here It was that Simon Fraser landed
on the termination of his hazardou i
voyage down the river which bears hi i
name, there Is every reason why the
people of British Columbia in general
Savana, G. A., March 15.���Weston's
famous walking feats pale into insig-j
nitieance when compared with the re-'
markable pilgrimage of Frank Sch-|
roem, a ninety-year-old Confederate
veteran, who lias reached Savannah
following a year's walk to San Fran-
cisco and back. |
Schroem is in search of two daughters, whom he was led to believe were
in San Francisco.
Being without funds, Schroem
thu- started out to walk the distance to the
Pacific coast from New Orleans, La.,
in January, 1910. How he survived the
terrible tramp; how he passed beyond
Kl Paso, suffering tlie horrors of
thirst and hunger, make a narrative
in which no credence might be placed
unless it was for the thorough familiarity Schroem shows of the details of
the trip.
With the solitary exception of a car
ride across the bridge at St. Louis,
Schroem has made the journey entirely by foot. His despair at having fai -
ed to locate his daughters is almost
tragic. For hours at a time he sits
silent and cheerless, staring into the
past and vaguely won..ering where inl
this broad land his daughters can be j
Lis emaciated frame .shakes with
grief as he tells of bis fruitless search.
From here he will go tftiCharleston,
where he expects to spend the rest of
his days.
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
RobertsfktricCo.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
TONG   FEUDIST'S
BULLET NULLIFIES
SCIENCE'S EFFORT
New York, March 16f-��Sing Dock,
a Chinese laundryman, who has beea
wearing a silver plate in his skuil to
cover a bullet wound Msceived in a
Chinatown flght t*ro^eaifti ago, will i
die within the next twenty-four hours,
the doctors say, as the result of a shot
in the abdomen fired latelast night by,
Yee Toy, a door tender at the Hip
Sing joss house, in the Bowery. This
is the first shooting affair ln Chinatown since the peace pact was signed
by the rival tongs some time ago.
Dock and 'I'oy are members of the
same tong, but neveitneijgSS have been
bitter personal enemies ror .years. Toy
came from Pittsburg two weeks ag.>.
lie sent a note to Dock, inviting the
HOSPITAL
Westminster Pt1vate Hospital.
223 Townsend i*t. Maternity
and non-contagious medical j
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 756.
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
If you want something choice for Today's Din.
ner, ring up Phone 101" and order a nice roast 0f
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
m0*
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
��� 3,500  Tons,   7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/a Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mond
IK';,  knots;  Ballin
long.
ays
from
Kin-
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 320 feet
Johnson's Wharf.
Close connection nt   I'rinee Ruperl for Stewart.
ss. "Prince Aibert" leaves i'rinee Rupert for Port Simpson,
eolith,  Massett,  Sktdegate,  Jed way, etc., at noon. March .
Be snre your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Kailway System lor
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston
Niagara Kails, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
For rates, tickets, time tables, illustrated literature and all
mat ion apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, a nd Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V.  DRUCF, Commercial   Agent   (Freight)    Phone 3050
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transat'antic Ttemship L
mes.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box
FIVE NEW
VARIETIES
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Delta Garden Peas
Burvilla Perfection, King Edward VII, Delta Queen,
Royal Salute, Gladstone.   Price 20c. per pound
Call in and see them.   The finest peas
grown in Canada.
Ryall's Drug Store \
PHONE  57.
BY GRADUATE
EYES TESTED
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on
Choice Imported Dutch Stock
the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
latter over to the Joss house for an ap-1
shauld accord hearty support to the uointment on Sunday night.   .              i
object of perpetuating the memory o! When  Dock appeared, to   keep   the
one to whom they aro beholden as tht engagement he was greeted with a bul-
dteooverer of the fertile and beautiful let���.''��'!! \he��Iy.?V��j��&,"     , _   ,    '
...          ,         -.�� .     .. Toy fled alter tlife slicking with the
country which now forms this flourish revolveT still in his huM. staving ofl
ing provinoe. a dozen spectators who trie J to stop
We   suggest   that   the   committee him.
charged  with
the completion of the
monument might rightly and properly
make a provincial appeal for contributions to the sum of one thousand dollars which is needed for this purpose.
We feel sure that if the Importance of
.the occasion and the circumstances in
connection therewith were properly
.represented and the assistance of the
i press throughout the province Invited
the required sum would be promptly
nnd easily raised.
Open Air Shakespeare Shows.
New York, March 15.���Charles Frnh-
-man is working out plans today for
open air performances In one of thc
<-lty parks this season. Park Commissioner Stover tendered Frohman the
use of one of the parks, and it is probable that Maude Adams will appear
ila Shakespearean performances.
STRANGE   OLD  TRAWLETt
WANDERS   INTO   PORT
��'j '��� |
New York, March 15,���A fishing
boat like those whlqbhfhe Russian
warships fired upon oft the Dogger
bank, ls at anchor ln New York Harbor today, a surprising sight to the old
salts along the water trout. She is tho
steam trawler QtfljEflEjB Aberdeen,
Scotland, brought across the Atlantic
as the result of a series of accidents.
While In ber regular station, she
was caught in a northeast storm with
a temperature 20 degrees below zero,
which froze up ber wet gear. By the
time she had beep4ha��p(Lout and gotten under control, HfrerWiTs Totb? out
of her course tbat Captain Craig decided to head for New York.
She Is the llrst of her kind ever Keen
here, and her high bow, strange gear,
lofty pilot house amidships and long
engine house, drew a continual crowd
of longshoremen and serinum to her
dock.   She hns a big catch on board.
Cleared
Fenced
Underdrained
GOOD BUYS
IN
LANGLEY
Cn Three
Roads
Ten Minutes Walk to
Tram and Station
Close to School
Cultivated for years
Acreage at $250
PER
ACRE
All information at g# Q.  SECURITIES Dominion Trust B'��ck'
CALL or Ring up ^=_ T*R. Pearaon, Manager ess- New Westminster '/^rtfV.o.'
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THURSDAY,   MARCH   16,   1911.
SPORTING NEWS
THE DAILY  NEWS.
SALMON BELLIES
DISCUSS TRIP EASL
LAUNDRY TEAM IS
STILL IN THL LEAD
PROPOSITION   TO   MEET   NATION- ' SPOKAmc   ���
ALS WILL   BE   CONS.DERED   ,F!SP��KANE  TOURNAMENT   NOT   RE-
$.300   GUARANTEE    IS     FORTH-|      MARKABLE    F��R   CRACKED    RECORDS-   WESTMINSTER   BOWL-
COMING���MAY   PLAY    IN  OTHER
CITIES.
maker, having but three months more
of apprenticeship to serve when he
threw up the Job and took to the box-
in . game. All this time Wolgast, as
he says himself, had been a "crazy
bug, just  wandering aroun I."
Today, Wolgast. only twenty-two, is
well off, a prosperous farmer, owner
of a rich  producing   farm,   which    he
'tills   and   manages   personally.      lie
| raises  corn,   wheal   and   potatoes   for
I the market and  talks crops as glibly
(and Intelligently as he talks fight.   In
1 addition to the products ot the ground,
he buys antl sells live stock, and conducts a money making horse   trailing
husiness.
ERS MAKE  FAIR SCORES.
������Secretary   National   Lacrosse   club.1/    Spokane    March   is   /a
Montreal.    Will  you  guarantee  us five    Dailv   - 'Special  to  the
thousand dollars for two matches and' ' 6 ���Only one new  tourna-
we will  consider the  proposition.  Ry.   "1''"'   reCord   was  broken   today       al
al|. Westminster. .though  the  hoys  howled   from two O'-1
is the wording of a telegram cloch  ,",lil midnight   The besl  bi*h
i     :ilf��    hiiiir    lout    nl..L^    ^ .' qrnrr*   ut.... i "*S" |
!anda "> the "''"'li' of Ahrens,
''  Portland, who rolled 238.
"'" team score of 2866, made by
"��� ,;r"il' American Laundry team of
Spokane, is atlll heading the lis,, and
there Is little hope of the $,;,������ prtea
SONGS   SENT   BY   WIRELESS.
Experiments in Telephoning Made   b/
Harvard  Students.
Cambridge, .Mass,  March  li).���Members of the Harvard Wireless cluh are
winning success in their experiments
with wireless telephoning. Prof. G. W.
Pierce, of the engineering school, is
president of the cluh.
Conversation,    sones    and    instrumental   music   on   the   graphophono
have    been flashed from tlie Harvard
college station, in Jefferson   hall, to
the stations of the members, where it.
was said to be reproduced with absolute clearness.   By using electric current of high frequency alternation in
connection    with    wireless   telephony.
distances up to forty miles have been
negotiated successfully
I    As for long distance  telegraph  records the members of the society ic I
that they have no reason to complain
R,  H.  Wolverton, the manager of the
cluh,   ha.s  picked   up  messages   from'
Milwaukee.  Chicagb  and  Tampa,  1.1a
Occasionally he is able to hear mei-'
sages from Key West
PAGE FTVB.
We
Hom<
8l!nt ui a late hour last nlghl as the
esuli      i ipecial meeting of the Salmon   -   tea, lu-id to conai ler the prop.
d   rom the east that, the world's
l make the trip and play two
n   tames,
nerai opinion   was   that, as
us,     the     Westminster     Win, I i,,.,,..,,,, ,, ,
t��actly dictate to the oth       V,' m   T ?T   *.
' the u. C. L.  L, they could   hem,      , U1 "'" siMK'"H' p,""il'"
��� least go east before the scheduled hiw the besl av 8��3' whlleDobb
?���1*. an<i  Pverak. ��' Spokane, are !
Their score
Westminster
l in
129
163
138
466    155
i::i in
���tart here ami  their   absence for niJ.1 De"" avera��e' a t"��al of 1728
' necessary tor the Van*'' ���m**'
; Maple Leafs to awail their  ht, ,   .,     ... -.        ��� ���
���   the  -astern   seal   o,   war    tallJT  "'   """",,"'1"s
"*'��� players  figured   up the ' rn tv,L ,    ,,
ie probable balance 0n tha >,-,'.        'I"",ll,'s ,!l" Vancouver teams
���I Betting the $601 ���a ���       .���"""'" "'Uls ""' 961 und 1047
n"   '   ����� broughl   oul   tha, m^s^rls*���     the
;   ie a useful sum of some- '   ' n     ,
���""  to  split   upon  the re- Marshall      163
enl of the matches being"ChamberUD   ':'
dgary,   Regina,  Toronto,
md Ottawa, the tour wouid
e i part oi six weeks and '"'!"''        I:'"
ii iw   the  schedule here ''' ;""""'     167
i*1 beginning ol July. This
raa the means oi open-
Ion outside ihe purpose Fallowing
from i         e i tin.   was convened, Single
o the   means   towards Chaml ei In
ow the straw was blow- Marshall
ta|              nerai expression showed O'Connor
ii this prov ince    v.ts Corbetl         iur
too long a nut ure and   the   fourteen Willette
leaf! me Talks
Tea Spoils with Age
House with six rooms situate on corner lot 66x148 feet, commanding an excellent view of the Fraser river. On car line and has cement
sidewalk on one side of street.
Price $4,200.00
on easy terms ( 5 - c )
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real  Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,   B.  C. Phones 646,  661.
Total     896
162
171
it:
166     496
Total    1021
are  the scores in     the
No tea h fit to drinlc after it is two years old.
That is the age limit of tea quality and benefit
The best tea i:3 the freshest.
"Salada" Tea owes much of its world-wide
reputation to its sale fresh from the plantation.
The leaves are fresh picked every week the year
'round ; then dried, sorted and packed in airtight lead packages. Every five weeks a new
picking of 'Salada" comes fresh from plantation to purchaser.
Bulk teas, carried year after year, lose their
freshness.
1,in
134
151
175
16'
188
157
198
191
ITS
188
it::
168
167
164
148
MADE    FORTUNE
IN    FIVE    YEARS
WITH    HIS    FISTS
ear wlll not  be dupli-
���ui   it  any rate.
loinl  agalnBl   the   going
'���>  ��������� the fact, as broughl
bt,   vas the team  would
eallhie .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'    'elore.     Tom  Gifford 	
'    OOUld   nol   .spare  the       Cadillac, Mich..  March ll.���Ad Woi-
ilfford ls nob-certain as  -:is'-   lightwelghl    champion   of   the
U. and Len Turnbuil  world, Is probably the moat remarks-
Rather than   ,o with  ''''' as well as   the   most   picturesque
the officials   would  figure in the boxing game today.   Plve
is not only would the >";i>-  igo be wai a nonentity in a Ut-
ed out when thev re- tie Michigan tillage, struggling along
������    strenuous    league  ��"  :l"  apprentice ,   wigem, his   family
tested here on the r -   " want   He threw up his Job and en-
ar aa the Ural two or tered the ring.
���Uwe Went, be but a case of rebuild-      Tbis Js whal  he has done:
Won   the  lightweight  championship
nl the world.
limit a home for hi.   mother, father
and nine brothers and sisters.
Put M6.000 in the hank.
Bought a 200-acre farm and stocked
Yearly Sales Over
20,000,000 Package,
Ask your rr-ocer for " Salada" Tea cr send
for a free trial package which makes 25
cups of delicious tea. We will mail it to
YOU without charge. Say whether you use
Black, Mixed or Green Tea and the price
you pay per pound.
The "Salada" Tea Co.
32 Yonge Street Toronto
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een decided to   semi
' ��� ��� am  PM   Feeney   w,-ih
i oommitt i one
Oi   the  team  and
Bt    B   true   state    Ofl
Inds and bring these  ���'
ailed  for  tonii.it.
nm WHITE HOPE
IS TOSSED INTO
DISCARD
Nought a $."(10(1 automobile.
I'p to live years BgO, Wolgast had
tackled every job on the calendar,
with little success. He had been a
hoot hlack, a farmer, a baker, a blacksmith, a teamster a cigarmaker, and
even a head cook In a lumber camp.
He   was  almost   a    full-fledged    dgar-
I CO., LID.
Water Frontage
Seven  hundred   feet of waterfrontage on Lulu Island, close to
the bridge on the North Arm.
$30.00 a foot
A rare change for a quick turnover.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie  Bros.
Note new address,   622   Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
CITY
POH   RENT��� Xew seven roomed  home,  just  completed   on   mtth
"treet; $25 per month.   Immediate possesion m"ler,^on  ���th
BURNABY
FOR  SALK���A nice five ro.imed bungalow at Edmonds station, lor
������ et.    Price for ijuick sale. $2100; one-third cash, balance ti. 12
and 18 months.
DELTA
FOR SALE���Northeast quaiter of section 12, township i, X. \v. D..
facing Scott road and adjoining Steel City. Price $150 per acre.
Terms to suit purchaser.
NATIONAL mm CO., LID.
Phone 515.
Real  Estate.  Loan and  Insurance.
���   H.  P.   LATHAM,  Locaf Manager.
Curtia Block.
in, one of the many
5 '������'������ ��� i|        issed      himself     good
unous ring at  Oakland
. when Qunboat Smith
he (iolden-West. threw
10 a stiff  left and   Walter threw      a
somersuuit and   the   referee   did   arithmetic sums up to nine��� out, and
.ring  which  time Jack
Johnson, who was in the loser's cor-
Mr, failed to .ome through with that
|l Widen smile.
��� -aheduled for six
mlth put paid to the ac
���rcunt in the middle of the fourth ses-
'i���' Tl e kinboat was not on top |
������ tbe mill lasted and at
Periods Monahan exhibited a wonder-
Wtarn : peed and a deal ol clever-
UJ seemed  to surprise those
'      ���        : eased his previous con-
nu.
��� along with a wet sail
._''���" ih round and .mer draw-
'^ '���"- enl  swung to the point
*'���' b curtain fell on the tor-
Iun,,s rn  mother white hope.
sion.ii
����� C A.
Jf, am
ordered
"Wkea i
Hon
L" Stevens' Amateur Status.
. A�� n resull of the statements made
I na of  the  Dally  Xews of
*lllr'l:.\ lasi that Len Stevens, of the
"waver Athletic club, was a profes-
���liecial    meeting    of    the
has heen  held ln  Vancon-
the  registration   committee
' investigate the facts.      It
'* writer that no investlga-
ihr ih '      8t*8sary.       What   Stevens
th.'   I'1" ls t0 "I"1" l'l> Mid tell either
' "Jfl.'iais of   the V. A. C, or   the
4' '"'��� v-��� I', that the statements that
K,, red '" "lis paper are absolutely
L ""' thai he regretted spoiling the
name of amateurism   by  joining
c >   A   i '.
���otalf'H and the fullest information do
4,1 squire to he sent for to Kngland.
mi,. e     ihi  here for the asking.     '
the ^.'"" !no,e to say on this point in
Kven '' s,,,,lr(,��>'- Meanwhile
berg.. "'''"'ild withdraw from mentis .j P "I ihe Vancouver cluh, which
dim,.. l|ll,) und  which under the
rai .,(|'" M|1 "f Cheater Mclntyte has
L "? amateur sport to a hieh level
PopiiK *\?ut Sportsmen like the
Cats,' ' U"^��~ should not be made
K��r       l,f' aa{1 especially by a Hrit-
H. A,  WILSON.
Chai
Cream of Acreage
Five-Acre Blocks
On B. C. Electric Railway at Junction of N. W.-Chiliiwack line, Scott
road, wfth prospected line to      _���Mtm.Mt id .
Steel City and Ladner
Also flve acre blocks on this projected   line   adjoining    Steel    Ctlty
townsite. V. <CSt?*
These two Choice subdivisions have just been surveyed and are now
on  the market. ^P
f.*< I    For particulars apply to
KENNEDY BROS., Itl
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and  Begbie streets,
Xew Westminster. B. C.   Phone 335.
of al! kinds is very complete
We are offering the following specials for the balance
of the week:
DINING CHAIRS, set of six solid oak chairs,
golden finish, with solid leather pad seat; special
price only  $15.00
Other prices for sets of six diners, in golden and
early English finish, $15.90, $17.50, $19.00, $24.00,
$26.00, $31 00.
SOLID   OAK   ARM   ROCKERS,    cobbler seat;
special $2.90
MORRIS CHAIRS, solid oak frame, golden finish,
reversible velour cushions; 2 only; special price
each #... $13 90
THE FIRST DRAWING for $25.00 worth of
furniture takes place on March 25. Get your
tickets with every $1.00 purchase.
Jewelry
>t
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:
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Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's ���
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
Phone 829.
We Furnish Your Home for Less
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
.������������.i
THE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ JEWELER
Official C. P. R'y Time Inspector
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Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT l&,NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
B. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
���BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877. Shingles, Sash, Doers, Mouldings, Its.
/ PAOB BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  MARCH   18, 191
March
N
.lurch Kith waa rather an eventful   day   tor  The   Imperial   f
Company in connection with Its group ol mining claims.   The
mines have heen fully described on this page before, and   the
public Is aware they were purchased some time a. o, tho con-
Bideratlon being $135,000. The last   payment  fell   due   on   the
above date ,nnd 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 is having some lar. e blocks
of ore brought down, and also an assay made which will show
the public just how valuable these claims are.
The company ls paying the expenses of an expert mining engl
neer, Mr. T.  Seott Anderson,  direct  from   Sheffield,   Kngland.
Mr.  Scott  Anderson Is an associate member of the Institute of
Civil Engineers, as well as nn expert for electric furnaces for
smelting  ores.    Mr.   Scott Anderson haa promised to remain at
the mines at least three days and  give our company   an   ex
haustive   report.     In   the meantime the company  is letting an
other contract for 20 feet  additional  tunnels,  so that   a com
plete analysis can be obtained.
As announced some time ago. the stock of The Imperial Car company will double in price on tl.e twen-
tieth dav of March, which means Mn just FOUR DAYS fiom now. No one will be able to buy one share of
stock from this Company for less than $100 per share. Many people we know are hanging back feeling tbat
shares will be at the same old price for an indefinite period, but they will be sadly disappointed, if they are nm
In before the twentieth day of March, 1911.
Let us once more impress upon your minds that The Imperial Car Company is here to stay, and will yet
be the largest industrial undertaking in British Columbia. You hear of Other large works variously reported
to be GOING to locate in different phces, but you never see them doing anything but   BOOMING LAND.
The Imperial Car Company, however, is doing all the time, 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, an.l should a certain financial trans-
action take place, which is liable to occur at any moment, every share will bo taken off the market at once. Do
not sit hack 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.
���Bin.
.
m
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 the citizens to say whether or not we
should be encouraged.
Pullman Car Company has paid in the last twelve years $187
880,000 in dividends, and we  have  just  as  good  prospects   as
they ever had, and we believe better.
COMPETITIVE    PLANS.
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding  and   Dry  Dock  Corporation   of
British Columbia, 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, machfnery, 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 flve acres of ground or approximately 400x500 feet.  Machinery to cost about $150,000,   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, 1911, and at the hour of 5 p.   m.
The decision of the business manager of the company to   be
final ln 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 (2), double
angle shears (with turntable complete),   gate   shears, bending
shears (6), patented plate straightening rolls, plate planer (with
direct electric driver), flanging clamps, pneumatic (8).
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION. Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
Application Form
Please allot me  .shares of the IMPERIAL <��� ^
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED 8    ^
price of $50 per share, for which I enclose 38% per cent, of tn   ^
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance  in  tw0
quarter-yearly  payments,  with Interest at 7 per cent, per annu
NAME ...
ADDRESS
OCCUPATION   d Dry.
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding an
dock Corporation, Limited.
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mux** -mm-*' *j**s :***** '*��� ���*���:>**��� THURSDAY.  MARCH   16,   1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land District.
""* Tnct of New Westminster.
TAl'
NOTICK that Margaret
, ps, of San Jose, occupa-
intends to apply tor per-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    Dis
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Molly   McCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80!cense in the Westminster Division of! SALE   OF   VALUABLE   PROPERTY
o purchase the following de-| purchase    the    tollowlng
pia
|J1U6
palsy >-a
then00
j
���""^p'ncement,  being souuiwest   cor
gt ol i"' applied for, containing
0 acres ui
[&&>* ''
;������'���*'
described
ist planted
21*^   miles
r.��-~ :   "Xg.   commencing at a post lands:   Commencing at a post planted
���- ��� ' '   , the west side of the Cheak- "" the Pemberton   Trail. _
m   river  and   one  mile   north    of north ot Green Lake, thence north 80
thence  west   4o  chains, chains, thence east  mi chains, thence
,.;)l  L60 chains, thence easl south BO chains, thence west SO chains
;   thence  south   180   chains to point of commencement, being tho
...kamus river to point of southwest  corner post
cliains, thence west 80 chains, thence
nortli 80 cliains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acies
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
lly u. O'Hara, Agent.
Hated February it, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
 l>ein.   southwest
[tor
6��fP0L:. ^ore or less
WILLIAM LEWIS,
Margaret Ethel Matthews
1911.
acres, more or less^^^^^^^^^^^
(Signed) WILLIAM   LKWIS.
Agent  for Molly McClarey
February 20, 1911.
February 20,
CrXND  ACT  NOTICE
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK  notic'K  that   Georgina   a.
Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
; mTtICE that Kate Corey, of.' S^^^L^^to *p?.ly f.or **
occupation    saleswoman,
,    ..Westminster Land District.    Dis
1,1    "net of New Westminster.
TAKE
ftffto'aPP1* tor permission to pur
Lase ��l,p
following  described    lands.
nwnmencing al a post planted at the
fT io: lot 107 on Summit Lake,
|MU \,-' -in chains, thence south
'Kns   ilK'nce east  40   chains   to
mit 1 :*hi'   <hen('e nor"' alon^ ,,u'
ICto poinl of commencement, being:
�����. northeast  corner post of lot   ap
"''.'.j.,, containing 820 acres more oi
| less.
(Signed i
WILLIAM   LKWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey
ftbrnan 20, 1911.
mission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lol 2106 and thence north 4o chains
lhence west 40 chains, thence south
���lu chains, thence east 4n chains to
point of commencement, being southwest cnrnei- post of lot applied for,
containing  L60 acres, more or less
(Signed i WILLIAM   LKWIS.
Agent   for Georgina  A.  Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land  District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICK   thai    I,   .lohn    K
containing 6401 Crstwford, of   Vancouver,   occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at a post
planted about 2Vi miles south of T. L.
lot  1368 and one mile east of Haslam
lake,   thence   east   SO   cliains,   thence
north Sn chains, tlience west sn chains,
tlience  south   SO  chains  to  the  point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN K  CRAWFORD,
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Hated  February  17,  1911,
New Westminster District:
(a)    The name of companj ln full
The dlcn Hose Canning Company Llm j.
AT  CHILLIWACK.
Under Instruction! from the owners
there will be offered for sale bj public
auction en Saturday, ihe 25th day of
Manh.  1911, aj   the  hour    of    three
I o'clock  in  the afternoon  at   the office
divided,  showing lot   S.   A.   Cawlev.   Cliilliwack,   Hritish
amount paid up���.26,000 divided  Into Columbia, by 8 A. Cawley, auctlonee
$2Mmi of $10 each, of which ltaO shares | the foi
are issued and paid up.  ^^^^^^^^^
tbi    The name of the lake, stream   or tract  of land and premises situate1
or source iif unnamed, the description   lying and being in the count] Ol West-
IS.���Unnamed    stream    on    Lot     17,   minster,   in   the   province   of   British
Group     .   Now    Westminster   district.   Columbia, and being the westerh  fifty-;
Mowing into Fraser river. elghl  (68) acres of bu three hundred
ki The point of diversion���la abou; and eighty-three (883), group two (2),
200 feet from its mouth at the Fra- mon- particular!) described as lo,
ser river on said  Lot   IT. I lows:
ten   The quantity of water applied j    Commencing at the northwest ��������-
The head office���N'ew Westmlnstei
B. C.
The  capital,  how
LADY GEOLOGIST
SEEKS PIANIEOSSIIS
.Mowing property, namely.
All and singular that  certain parcel
EMISSARY FROM BRITISH MUSEUM WILL PREPARE MONO-
GRAPH ON "CRETACEOUS
PLANTS  OF THE  WORLD."
One-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District.
trict of New Westminster.
         j   TAKK  NOTICK  that   I,  Samuel     S.
i rv 4 ��� rv    I -^,lss. of Vancouver, occupation broke.,
Nj��� Westminster Land District.    Dlv;ill|em|s   (0   a.plv   ,.,.   )iermigsion     ,���
trict of New Westminster. purchase     the     following    described
TAKK NOTICE that Reginald   Fit* ];,m]s;   Commencing at a post planted
Braid Sargent, rt   Vancouver, occu- ftbou,   1%  mlleB  north  of  T   u iot]NEW   WESTMIN8TER   LAND    DIS-
Sion broker, intends to apply tor per- 1976i und two miles wpst of nasiam!
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
for   tin  cubic feet   per   second)
tenth of one cubic foot.
iei   Tbe character of the proposed
works���Ham. pipe or Hume and pump
(f)     The    premises    on    which    the
water is to be used  (describe samel
Cannery    and    buildings   on    Lot    17.
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
aery.
(gi    The   purposes   for   whicli   the
water is to be used  -Industrial and d >-
mastic purposes
(jl    Area of Crown land intended tn
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai    1.   Vernon   V
Hood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to put'-; be occupied  by  the proposed   works-
chase the following described lands    None.
Commencing at  a  post   planted  about j     {\u    This notice was posted on the
If.th day or February, 1911, and application   will   be  made  to  the   Commls-
i
the west shore of Haslam lake, thenco
north se chains, tbence west so cliains,
thence south so chains, thence east
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
VERNON v. noon,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Hated  February  IT,  1911.
ner of said lot on the south hank of
Hope slough, thence south following
the west boundarv of said lot 3466
links to the southwest corner of said
lot,   thence   east   following   the   soulii
boundary of the said lot  1700 links,
thence  north   3118  links  to  the  soutn
bank of Hope slough, thence westerly
following the south bank of Hope
slough to the point of commencement,
TERMS OF salk Twentj Bve
(26) per cent, of the purchase (none]
to be paid in cash at the time of the
S&le and the balance within thirty (SO) '
days thereafter without  interest, or,
at the option of the purchaser, the
balance may be paid In three (it) oipi.il
instalments at the end of one (11, two
(2) and three (8) years respectively
.rom the dale of the sale with interc;;
Give the names and   addresses   00  the deferred  payments at  the rate!
TRICT���District  of   New Westmin-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i ster, 1!. C.���Take notice tliat 1 Carl
south 80 cliains, thence west so chains, Wolf of Vancouver, occupation broker
thence north sn chains to the point of
Imlssion to purchase the following de ; ]ake    t|,ence   east.  80   chains,   thence!
I   , , | iaDd8:   Commencing at a post
Mted at  the  southwest   corner   of
;       thence east 20 chains, thence
u,'h   go   chains,    thence    west    60
Mis, thence north 10 chains, thence
fi['.'.  chains, thence north 40 chains
��� ,,: commencement, being the
Mrtl  | ��� ,,,;i;, i- post at lot applied
for containlnj   140 acres more or less.
(glgned) WILLIAM   LKWIS,
IA .. ���    ;   Re . nald   Fitzgerald   Bar-
Februarj 20, 1911.
commencement,   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
SAMUELS, Al'SS,
By I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February   17,  1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following described lands:
Commencing tit a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Like,
them e  west   su chains, thence south
sloner on the 20th dav of March, 1911,
ill     - _
of an> riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to he a!'-
fected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach copy of such parts of th''1
Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed applies
lion and  works.
The    Qlen    Hose    Cannln
Limited.
(Signaturel    .1.  M
Company
McD maid,
Manager.
New Westminster.
in
i P. O. Address i   ^	
Copy of pan of Company's mem
dum of association:
igi    To   record,   divert,   lake   and
carry  away,  water  from  any    st earn.
Dis-
LAND  ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
| New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that  Mary  Augusta
] 0| \ ani o :\er, occupation mat-
tied woman, intends to apply for pe:-
I ni:--  :. to purchase the following do-
Escribed lands     Commencing at a post
,      .   n the  Pemberton Trail   'u,
mlli      rth ot Green   Lake,   thence
, [i .-  ihence south so chains.
, .      easl  80 chains, tlience   north
tins to point of commencement,
|.     northeast corner post of lot ap-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I.    William    .!
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to   purchase   the   following   described
lands:    Commencing at a post planted
j about one mile south of T. L
so  cliains.   thence   east   sn   chains,j river and lake In the Province of Brit
thence north so chains to the point of, |S|, Columbia, for the use of their bui
ness. and  for that   purpose   to   erect,
640
commencement   and   containing
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent
February nth. 1911.
I build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, Humes, or other conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
the same.
of seven iTI per cent, per annum.
For   further   particulars   and   condi
tions ol sale apply to tbe auctioneer
or to the solicitors and agents for the
vendors.
Solicitor
Ottawa, March l.", Marie Slope:*,
PhD. M. Sc, of London. England, an
attractive voung lad) wilh dark hair,
whom one finds it difficult to asso iaio
with the austere, academic title "t do,
tor, was \isiting at the geological sur-
\ e<   t bis morning
A lad) geologist is something almost
as "rare as a day in .Mine," and Hr.
siopes' \isii created no little interest
at  the museum
When her mission was lennie i, tho
Canadian geologists greeted their slater-worker from the other side of the
Atlantic, and gave her al! Ibe assistance  Unit   was  in  their  power.
Foi   l>r. Slopes has conn- to Canada
as an  emissary  from  the  Hritish  mu
scum, hy which she has been commissioned to write an important work  II
Is no light hook of travel thai enuagei
Hie attention of pretty Miss, or rather
Dr, Slopes, no work on Ihe household
cai(>s of voung mothers and Ihe way
they should be perfoimed. nothing ono
would expttCl her to be working on.
both from her appearance and age. hut
a momentous monograph on a subject.
.1. H. BOWES,
jof no less Importance than the
��� cons plants of the world."
I'rot.i-
Royal  Hank  Huilding. Cliilliwack.   II.  C,
Or his agenls.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN,
Room 'jo Williams Building, 118 Gran
Vllle   Sireet,   Vancouver,   11.   C.
Or to
TAYLOR, ll MiVKV.  BAIRD &
GRANT,
Solicitors, Doom .; Williams Building,
413 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C,
Hated tin' 1st  day of March, I'U I.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN  HOSPITAL.
_ lot lull
on the east Shore of Lake Haslam,
thence east Su chains, thence north si
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
soutli sn chains to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres
more or lei B.
WILLIAM .!. DICK.
By D, O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February IT,  mil.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
plied (or, containing 040 acres more or I
je.. New Westminster Land District.
-..sedi WILLIAM   LKWIS, trict of New Westminster.
ent :'<>r Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
Dis-
NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT���Distrlcl of N'ew Westminster, B. ('.--Take notice that 1, C. O.
Svodmark, of Tiilauteen. occupation
mill owner, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: H	
Commencing at a post planted about I name of Sara Anne Maclure
three  miles  distant,  and  in  si   nortli-   n](>d in tbis office.
westerly direction from Haslam Lake, Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
thence easl so chains, thence south ai the expiration ot one month from
sn (hains, thence west so chains,1 the date of the lirst publication her.'
thence north 80 chains to the polni of of, |M a dally newspaper published In
Commencement, anl containing 0I0 the City of New Westminster, issue a
acres more or less. [duplicate of the said certificate, unless
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Ke lot 10. block H'., Murray's Addition, town of Porl   Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. 6620A, Issued in th 1
has been
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
TAKE NOTICK that 1, C. A. Cry*
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase tlie following
described lands: Commencing tit a
post planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot L976 and two miles west of
Haslam  lake,   thence  west   80  chains,
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
I). O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
In  the   meantime  valid  objection   be
made to me In writing.
C.   S.   Keith
Districi   Heglstrar of Titles
Land Registry office. New Westmin-
C, February 13, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   Nn PICK   that   Anna    Maud    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Duggan,   Of    Vancouver,    occupation   thence south sn chains, thence east SO
Intends   to apply   for   permls-1chains, thence north sn chains to the
sion ��� ise   the    following    del point of commencement, and c.ontaln-
serlhed lai        Commencing at a post tag 640 acrea moreuor lesfc
planted on tht   Pemberton   Trail   14;      CHARLES AGNEW ORI SHALL.
miles in a northerly  direction   from By D. O Hara, Agent.
Green Lake   thence north 80 chains,|     Dated February 1., 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
thenoe east 40 chains, thence south HO
-   thence  west  40  chains  to   a    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
point of commencement, being south ; ��� -,_��_._.     ni��.
west ���   of lot applied   for,   New Westminster Land D'Str.et.   Dis-
.'acres more ori ess. trict of New Westminster
-.ed) WILLIAM  LKWIS. TAKK   NOTICK  that   I,  ( harles  A.
Agent for Anna Maud  Duggan. | Bodie,    of      Vancouver,      occupation
February 20, 1911.
NKW   WKSTMINSTKK   LAND    III
TRICT���District  of  New Westmln-1"ter, B
ster. B.C���Take notice that I, Herman|s_s_s__9
Thorsen.   of   Vancouver,   occupation
marine engineer, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-half miles south of T. L.
lot 1868, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake,   tlience  east  80  chains,   thence!     Sealed   Tenders
south Sti chains, thence west 80 chains, J undersigned    and
thence north 80 chains, to the point of. for Charter of Tug for First Narrows.
render* will be received by the un
I derslgned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," Up Lo 1 p.m. of Monday,
March UOth, 1911, for supplying the
Koyal Columbian Hospital, from the
1st of April. 1911, to March 31st, 1912,
wltb the  tollowlng articles:
Bread, whhe and brown, beet; mul
ton:   milk:   drugs;     groceries,     wood
(slabs), per conl.  coal, washed nut.
coal, anthracite; fish, fresh and salt,
funerals.
Detailed list of driiKS. groceries,
beef, mutton and tish can lie obtained
at  tbe hospital,
Neither the lowesl nor any tender
necessarily accepted,
Samples of Hie groceries and all In
formation obtainable on application I >
the  Lady  Superintendent, at   the  hospital.
\V. H   KEARY,
Secretary  It   0   It
N'ew Westminster, B.C.. March 7, 1911.
addressed   to   the
endorsed    "Tender
A staid geologist was gajlantly escorting the learned visitor through
the   museum   Of   fossils,   when    B    F100
Press reporter broke in on the research
and asked for an Interview
Marie,   Not    Maria.
Hr. Slopes graciously consented. "Jo
tiie Hist place," she said, "my name Is
Slopes not Stokes. In the sec an',
place, my lirst name is Marie not
Maria. It always makes me fuiioii; to
see  it   writ len   \1aiia"
1 lav inc. disposed of these Importanl
considerations, Dr, Slopes changed in
manner, The personal element vanished, and she became a learned ladv
professor, she delivered a lecture on
the importancfl of tbe work on which
she is engaged 'bat would pave done
honor to a grey-haired, fossilized scientific professor. Theie was noi a break
in tho How of words or tbe sequence "r
thought, il was as logical as a chapter
of .lohn  Stnait   Mill
"Doubtless you  would like to know
why  \  am engaged on this work." tht;
dlscout se commenced,
Theory    of    Evolution.
"In   lhe  (inst   tbere   has    been  a   lot
said and written about  animal fossils,
and   their   study    has    engrossed    tho
time of manv scientists.   Their importance in connection with the theory of
evolution  bus  been    fully   rueoenl/ed
I Hut   little, however, has  been  said  01
tbe squally important study of plant
fossils, wbicli is a much more difficult,
branch of science
"The reason is partly that In Kng
land, where geology originated, there
are magnificent animal fossils and almost no plant fo��sil=
"In parts   of Canada,   however,  especially out in the plain of fhe west
there  are  nothing   but  plant   fOSfcils.
and to make a study of condition* I
came over to Canada."
"Besides  being  of   Immense   scientific and philosophic Importance, how-
commencement,   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
HERMAN THORSBN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911,
Vancouver,"
office    until    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
March 23, 1911, for the charter of a
wlll   tie  received  at   this
4:00   p.    m.    Thursday,
AUCTION  SALE  OF   DOMINION
LAND8' 'ever,    considerable    practical   Import-
\.    . ��� ._     ^1���     **   .   anee attache   to the study of plant fo9
Ice ts hereby   given   that   *nfe *"".���
no   other   means   ot
Public notk*, ... ..~.~.,,   ���         ..       Tberfl	
there will be ofTered for sale by pub-   ��       ,      ,n whJ,;, direction the coaf
lie auction In Pender Hall. 804 Pender   �����, ��t*etch >n Nov.- Scotia than by
IVI arc II    Z.S,    IVXZi    JOT    Hie    CllUner    UU    �� I ____________   ^^�����     1j_   ��-   ^H^H      ���   *. rmn��    wirr#-��tiii    *jf      *f>        ........    .......      . ,
tugboat  .0 tendKlevator   Dredge   at \S^SS^*S-^ lWS* K  STiKS of bed, of   p.ants.  ,.
LANO  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A. Hop-j	
kins  ��f Vancouver,  occupation   mar'   "���   Vommencemenf. and contain
ned woman, intends to apply for per-, torn 101
mission   to   nurchase     the     following, 'ng Mg acres raor" ��
NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, 11. C��� Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor.   Intends  to  apply  for  permls-
broker, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 1^ miles north of T. L.
lot lf)7t; and two milas west of Has-, >*****,.,  ,.,lc....0   ...  ..,.,...,   .���.   ,	
lam    lake,   thence   west   80   chains,  sion  to  purchase   the   following   de-  minster, B,
-1���^w��j i������j_. Iter nt Van
rhencrno;th"H0"chalnsrthence east 80  "rtb^jands
chains, thence south 8u chains, to the
to purchase the following
tads: i minencing at a post plant
��d on the west side of Green River,
and four chains north of Green Lake,'
thenre west SO chains, thence north.
*0 cbalm thence east SO chains,!
tbence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
DM lot applied for, containing
64" acrei more or less.
iSlgnt WILLIAM  LKWIS,
\-ent for Maud A. Hopkins.
'"'""���'.'   :o, ion.
CHARLES  A.  BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911. ^|
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKK N'OTICE that I. Mabel Lucy
Paige, of N'ew Westminster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the follow-
Commencing at a post planted aboue
l\*i miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thenre
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 8b chains, to tho
point of commencement, ��nd containing 'MO acres, more or less.
ARTHFR L. BKLYEA.
Fehruary 17th, 1911.
First  Narrows. Vancouver, B. C
Specification and form of contract
enn he seen and form of tender obtained at the office of William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect. Victoria, B, ('.; H. A. Bayfield. Ks... superintendent of dredges, New West-
C, and from the postmas-,
^^^^^���ouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on forms supplied and signed
with their actual signatures, stating
their occupation and place of residence. In the case of firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of
each member of the firm must be
given.
Knrh tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
p. m.. about two hundred summer residence  lots,  the  property  of the   gov-J
ernment of the Dominion   of Canada.
These lots nre located at Woodhaven,
a subdivision of Dominion government
lands located on Bedwell Bay, on the
North  Arm of  Burrard    Inlet,  British I
Columbia.   Their accessibility to Van-'     *"���   -��~r~  --- ---   _. -  ~ ..
couver. their location on salt   water.' "ke the Oriental princess who used to
and the grandeur of the scenery 6f the   start out to find the place where the
printed on the rocks.
"And there Is no fossil botanist In
Canada. Scientists In this country
are unable to explain conditions because tbey have never made a study
of fossil botany."
Around World on Quest.
Dr.   Stopes   further   explained   that
North Arm make these lots attractive! sun
.AND  ACT NOTICE.
H
Dis-
Si)  chains,
"Mer. intends to apply for permls
s>��� to purchase the following lands:
' lng at a post planted on the
We��t  side   of   Pemherton   Trail,   3l_
tttilea
north  of  Creen   Lake,    thence
'hains. thence east 80
tneno
       chains,
south  80 chains, thence  west
alns
Blent,
of lot.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-   bank, payable to the order of the Hon-
TRICT���District   of   N'ew  Westmin-   orable  Minister of Public   Works, for
ster. B C.���Take notice that I, Chnrles  one thousand dollars  ($1000)     which
ing described lands      Commencing at  Soley, of Vancouver, occupation  brok-   wlll be forfeited If the person tender-
1  post  planted about two miles north   or, Intends to apply for permission to   lng  decline  to  enter  Into   a  contract
the west shore of  purchase     the     following     described   when called upon to do so or falls to
lands: complete the work contracted for.    If
Commencing at a post planted about the tender be not. accepted the cheiue
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on will he returned
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thenco
east SO chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco
south 80 cliains, to the point of commencement, and containing (40 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
Fehruary 17th. 1911.
^^^^^^^^^^^^  rose, she was going around   the
for summer residence purposes. 1 world on her quesL
Terms   of   Payment. "Are you the first scientist to have
One quarter in cash at the time of recognized the importance of fossil
sale, and balance In three equal an- botany?" asked the reported,
nual instalments with Interest on un- \ "No," replied Dr. Stopes, "I cannot
paid balance at the rate ot n per cent say that. Others have recognized its
per annum. The lots will be ofTered importance from their comfortable
certain upset price In arm chairs, but I am the first one to
1 iii ._��� !�����,, tho wor](j with a view to
, estlon."
immediately deposit the sum   of fifty      "Women geologists are not usual in
dollars with the clerk of sale,   other-   England'''' queried the reporter.
wise the parrel will at once be put up1     "No. not very." replied the fair geot-
subject to a certain   np-��*  y^>  -        out int0 ,he world w
each case.    DpOB a parcel of land be    * tn(,y of ,he qu
fng knocked down the.purchaser^shall   ^akjng^ ^^^ are
of T   L. lot 91ri on
Haslam  lake,  thence   west
��� ,hence  south   80  chains,   thence  east.
,n  chains,  thence  north  SO chains to
intending
1 em selves
chaitered
Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.      ���
N'OTTCB that Lionel K. Haw'j tlie point of commencement, and con
**. of Vancouver, occupation photon .
taining 040 acies mo^s or less
MAHKL Llt'Y PAIGK.
Dated Februarv 17. 1811.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
to the point of   commence
heing the southwest corner post
applied    for,    containing
* re or less.
Md) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent, for Lionel E. Hawela
_February 20
New Westminster L*nd District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Isabella McFarland. of North Vancouver, occupation married  woman, intend to apply
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District  of   New Westmin- ollt authority
Tlie department dees not bind Itself to ncrept the lowest or any tender.
Ry Order.
R. C, DESROCHERS.
Secretary.
Department   of  Public    Works,   Ottawa, March 9. 1911.
��� I     Newspapers will not he paid for this
advertisement If they insert. It    wlth-
from the department.
again. For this purpose
purchasers should provide themselves
with marked cheques on *---*���~*
banks of Canada, made to their own
order and payable at par at Vancouver; or with bank notes of as large a
denomination as possible. The balance of the cash Instalment must fi
every case be paid before the close 0
the, sale, falling which the deposit of
$50 will he forfeited and the land
withdrawn from sale. Cheques will
not be taken in payment unless mark
ed nccepted by the hank on
they nre drawn
oglst.
Indignant   Again.
"Are you a suffragist?"
"Decidedly, a suffragist, not a suffragette It used to make me indignant at ManMiester when I was lecturing In tlie university to know that
some of the young men who sat under
had a vote, while I had none."
f   me
which
GET   1000  LETTERS
A   DAY   FROM   U. 9.
Ottawa,     March     15.���During    tho
course of his examination before  the
640ifo7Dermisslon to purchase the follow-Bter, R. c.-Take notice that I. Peter
ing described lands:    Commencing at  c   Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-1
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
M
Dis-
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
a Dost "planted ahout. half mile south  tlon broker, Intends to apply for per
of T   L   lot   138!  and one mile east  m|SRion to purchase the following de-j
of Haslam lake, thence east SO chains,  acrtbed lands:
they nre drnwn. nrfl.e.tv   Sericulture   committee   ofthe   c >m-
A pamphlet describing this W�����   i^W   n   Scott, superintendent of
���nd a  map showing   the   ����bdlv|ttaj  mon a   V,. D. *       ,    �� ^   ^
ffllty he had Ofl application toj      Bee    MHt�����o T (he acU.er,islng
ret arv, Department of the Interior  Ot   cdar.vK, rereived   In   the
,awn; #.   M,   Ingram.   Inspector   of  ^d S8\8 a result of thenci-
Re a part (6 acres^ of the south on  ^^g^SflSi!' *   New   . rociVy discussion badresultedj^an/
east su .->,������  lcnBea lanes: t       Mres of the southeast quar tor of Sec-  AgflfltS W^Dom nun      m R c
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80      Commencing at a post planted about tlon 24. Township 4 (subdivision 1) in  \\estminster.    m .j^^   AUa   nr t0
ew Westminster Land District.
trlct of New Westminster.
J\KE NOTICE that Gerald E.
" of Vancouver, occupation mas-
'*f manner, intends to apply for per-
"���J��lon to purchase the following de-
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
Planted on Green River, Pemherton
lrail. four miles north of Green Lake,
r;"''"" north HO chains, thence east 80
Wains  ihence south SO chains, thence
Mt mi ,-|latna t0 point ot eommence-
jSWt, being southwest corner post ot
"2' Spiled for, containing 640 acres
""if" or less.
���Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20, 1DU.
���*mjf,*mtm>**s**v**^
sn-ii***_��*******���*..- -��-���-"-jL.'iss"�����wS^;,pi?"rsr:ir���,as?��*St#**i3saMa��**s��S
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains.' cgte title  No.  4781 A,  Issued In    the tings street east. Vancou ,*********-*******************������
point of commencement, and containing 840 acres more or less.
ISABELLA McFARLAND,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 19U.
Lake,  thence  west
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that. I, Clinton P.
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east   shore ot   Haslam   lake.
r. G. KEYES.    ' d^y  asking  for  information,  and  he
Secretary,  had recently received a   letter   IWg
Notice ,s hereby g��ven that 1 .hal..l    Department   of    Interior.   Ottawa,  on^0*^JSS^
at the expiration of one month  from  March 4, WH. thtg    ,    agltatlon, and any   agitation waa
D   O'HARA, Agent.' the date of the first publication here-,    Newspapers will not be pam advertising for Canada
February 17th, &.�� | E, ��_.a dally newspaper published in *�����^&g& department. -��� ������ "��"- ���
thence  south  80  chains,  to  point ot  ���nme of George A. Wltherspoon, ha8|
commencement,   and   containing  640 , been filed ln this office.
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby Riven that an application will be made under Part V, ol
the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain a 11- minster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
of, In a dally newspaper published
gg the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
IB District Registrar of Titles.
Lend   Registry   Office,   New   West-
|T PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY NEWS
Major Sharpe. "Have your enquiries
fallen off since the agreement waa
made?"
Mr. Scott:    "Certainly not."
The   regulation   requiring   arrival*
from Europe to have at least $200 ha*
resulted in a marked decrease of a��-
deslrables.
Pli r '������
I
PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   MARCH   ,., ,���
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
'Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold "for less money. It has
heen sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
The Great Northern ferry slip near      The monthly meeting of the board
the  Westminster  bridge  is  being   re-   Of trade takes place this evening.
paired. j     pouglai  Island, in the Fraser river
Davies Green Douses is the place to  a few miles east  of  this city, is   re
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCL
REMOVAL
SME
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 Sixth and Front Sts.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone R  113. Office:   Princess S
get bouquets,  floral  designs, and    nil
Minis of cut flowers.    Phone lt 208 **
Mrs. II. Mav ins. of 733 Koyal avenue, will be visiting friends In Vernon for tlie next few days.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. !!. I'e.arse, Telephone 694.   P. 0. Box 455. **    I.
Waterfrontage at $.'10 a,foot on the
north  arm  of the   Fraser, near   Lulu1
Island  bridge.    McQuarrie  Bros.,  622
Columbia street. **
The induction of Kev. M. G. Melvln,
Ii. A., to the charge   pf   St. Stephens i
Presbyterian   church   takes  place   today. 0
The   best   kiln-dried   wood,   a   three.
horse load delivered at  your shed one
hour after you order It.   A three horse!
load for only $3.00.   Phone 418.     **
Al lertnan   Fred  Lynch  left the city
yesterday     morning    lor    Revelstukv j
and  the  Kootenay  on a .business  trip
which will occupy him for ten days.
Seven   hundred   feet   of  waterfront]
property  on   Lulu   Island,   near   the
bridge;   $30 a foot.   MeQuunie  Pros..
622 Columbia street. n**
Don't forget to call at A. S. Mills
& Co. tomorrow and receive a buttonhole of shamrock. A. S. Mills & Co.
517 Columbia street. **
.1. K. Duncan has resigned his position with the People's Trust, Westminster, and joined the real estate
firm of Kellington & Hendry, Columbia street.
To every man entering our store tomorrow, St. Patrick's Day, we will
present a button-hole of real shamrock. A. S. Mills & Co., 517 Columbia  street. **
Mrs. A. W. Gray, who was to have
left the city on an extended \lsit t>
the old country yesterday, has had to
postpone her treat for the present a:
any rate, owing to the illness of her
mother.
Ladies, you all want to look nic \
Go to Misses Purdy and Plester Hair-
dressing Parlors, Market square, and|
have your hair done up in the latest |
style; best manicuring, scalp treatment, massaging, shampooing, etc,
etc.    Phone 870. *��
An interestingn double -wedding I
took place at Holy Trinity Cathedral'
yesterday evening, Wilson Burnett and j
Miss Helen Lilly Neilson, and Ernest
Neilson and Miss Kthel Spuffurd, bell ing joined in the bonds of holy matri-j
11 irony. A large number of fiiends oft
' the contracting parties witnessed the
ceremony.
With the arrival yesterday of a ne tv
relation from Phoenix, the arrangements for the funeral of the late Mrs.
Oxsley were completed and the cere
monies will he carried out this afte -
noo.i, the first portion being held in
the chapel of Messrs. Murchies' funeral parlors and the last in the Oddfellows cemetery.
Tonight a smoking concert will be
Liven by the members of the l'nited
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners
of America in the Eagles hall, and as
tickets have been going like the proverbial hot cakes, it would be well for
tliose who are not in possession of the
pasteboard to get one quickly, as
S. R. O. will sure be the sign.
After a storm comes the lull and
yesterday morning's police court revenue was but the sum of five bones,
collected from a D. and D. Competition in business is invariably desired,
Hut In the present instance the police
seem to be perfectly satisfied and are
ouite wi'ling for other cities to collect
all that's coming in the D. and D.
line. n
Messrs. Gardiner and Gardiner,
architects, have all the specifications
ready for tlie ten-story building whicn
Is to be erected for the Westminster
Trust people. Although only six
stories will be put on at this time the
structure will be so made that when
business demands make an additional set of offices necessary, then the
other four floors can without any
trouble be added. The architects say
that the ellfice will be the most im-
. rising of any on this part of the
coast, and that lt will outshine any-
L..111K in the nearby city. n
polled to nave been sold for $185,000.
Tickets fir St. Patrick's concert can
be obtained at A. L. Lavery's store,
i olumlii.i street. Floor, 75c; gallery,
50c. U    ���*
Ico cream on hand. Ira A. Moid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
The Public
Supply Stores
Spring Costum
1
r~r^ts
of exceptionally   attractive  appea
ranee
Our showing of women's and misses' spring suits finds a place high  in  the estimation of tho
have been careful to examine Into the features most prominent,   in the Aral  place   fabrics   ir
carefully  selected.    Perfect   tailoring gives  assurance of  proper  lit and   comfort,     Slvh
appeal to all who care about   liaving  the  newest  to  be  had.    Now is tlie time to choosi
lo Ibis  week's showing of suits and coals.
who
"���"ti
characteristic!
We li    te;
ORANGES
We have them
in  all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also carry
cheaper grades.
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 black piping, Skirt
made in straight gored narrow-
style.    Each   $37.50
Children's
Reefers
$2.50 to
$7.50
Scarlet and navy blue serge
reefer coats in styles suitable
for children one to twelve years
of age. The various styles are
nicely cut and trimmed with
braids and gilt buttons. Each
$2.50 to      $7.50
Navy Blue
Cloth Suit
$29.50
Cloth in line basket weave; coat
has collar    and
black Ottoman si
of
trimmings
k. fancy braid
buttons, silk lining; skirt plain,
straight gored style, trimmed
witli wide fold.    Kach $29.50
Grey Striped
Coats, ful1 len��th
Each $23.50
Among the season's most popular coats are these grey striped
coats.    Worsted  materials
Black and
White Checked
Suit, $30
Coat is lined with utrlped satin
and is made win, bla< k piped
fold around bottom, ., deep roll
''"Ilar  is    of  black    mi Ire    si|k
trimmed  with braid;        ..   \s
made   with   straight    p  band
with hlack piping. Each     $30.00
fectly     tailored     in
styles,    full    length,
waist,    Ivory  buttons.
Kach   	
per-
attractive
lined     to
all   sizes.
.   .   $23.50
Black and White
Striped Coats
$17.50 each
New straight cut coats, lined lo
the waist, black silk; collars
and black buttons; very popular
styles.    Each  $17.50
Black Satin
Petticoats
$6,50 each
Very soft and   clln In ���    made
with   narrow  floum e an ;   flal
accordian   pleated  fiill  to t
Kach    56.50
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Wide Variety in Silk "Moirette' 'Petticoats
Moirette  underskirts are  splendid wearing garments, sightly in appearance    and     retain    Bl
severe wear.    All the new cuts anl  styles are featured in the new  showing now on display.   Manj aldrts
are made with deep knee flounce or  witli  narrow  flounces of accordian  pleating;   Others B I fitting
styles  suitable  for   wearing   with  new  narrow  skirts;   also  skirts  in    which no fullness whatevi    ���
around hips, and buttoned up the back.   Shown in shales of cream, navy   Wisteria,   Empire   green, oil
rose, tan, Sapphire blue, brown, cardinal, etc., and hlack;  also in two-tone changeable off.
Each $4.50, $5.50, 6.75, 7.50 and $10.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store  for Women's Wear
Fire Insurance
���������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������� ������������������������������
Have you ever thought what a financial loss a flre would he to
you ? Let us relieve you of that financial worry, by taking a
policy out on your house, furniture, etc.
�������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
The, People s Trust Co., Ltd.
W. P.  EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431  Columbia Street, Plione 669
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, fi.'UO, 6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  C,
hour until 11 p. m.
: 20, S
7, 8  and  every
half
FREIGHT    EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Kxpress cars leave  New  Westminster for Vuncouuver at
a. m, and 3:^0 p. m.
11:20
half
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
EXPECT   CANADA'S
POPULATION   NOW  IS
OVER   EIGHT   MILLION
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.
Ottawa, Marcli 15.���"We hope and
feel that tlie census of Canada to be
taken this summer will show an increase In population of the country
over that of the last official census in
1901 of at least 50 per cent," said
Archibald Hlue, census commissioner,
to a reporter today. .
Mr. Blue stated that all the comml <-
sioners had heen appointed and that
the enumerators would he appointed
shortly. The names of all the census
appointees would appear simultaneously in the Canada Gazette. Work
would be commenced on June 1 and It
would consume more time than the
last one. owing to the large Increase in
population and the additional ground
to be covered.
According   to   Mr. Blue's   estimate,
'<e census will show the total population to be nearly eight  millions.     In
1901, it. was 5,371,000.   The estimate Is
r**   '-ori nn the Immigration figures for the past ten years anil the na-
.....i lUCieabes dur.ng that period.      4
HOUSES
******
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 moi ern, $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  Particu lars.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour the
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack��� leave New Westminster !) a.m. and 0:05 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
E5UBUSHID
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd J
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������* ������������ ��������������������������������
Are You Aware
that electric power Is available from our mains, which now cx,p"(~
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   along
Front street, thence along part of Columbia stieet, then via Brunei
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   of o
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service may be made at the c
pany's local office, or a postal mailed to thc head office, Vancou
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C Electric Railway" Co'y, Ltd.
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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