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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & C
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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v.
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 208.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY  1, 1911.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
GIVE MORE ADVICE M
SMALLPOX SITUATION
Suspects Who Refuse to be
Vaccinated Will Suffer
Absolute Quarantine.
HATCHERY NOT {MtRfB
MOVEO FROM BON ACCORD
Site of Piscntciial  Establishment  Now
Within   Limits  of  Port  Mann,  but
No   Action   Is  Taken.
!G DRYDOCK TO BE
BUILT AT
A Becond circular dealing with th ���
llpox  situation  has  been  senl   to
leal  health  officen .  medical  men
others directlj interested in a pro-
onal capacity in iln presi nt siiu,i
ii,,ii.   'i be document is not redolent of
phrasf ology, ii  goes Btraighl  to
the  poinl   and   Bavors  inure  ol   a   busi
icier than a governmenl   com-
ation.    The clrculai  is interest
in.  enough to warrant the News pub-
Qg   it,
The   Document.
Provincial  Board of Health, British
mbla    To Medical health officers
ithers in charge of the  management ��f outbreaks of smallpox;
Work on Construction to be
Started at Once���Subsidy
Probably Granted.
' lng definite Is kn tv n hen ��� ��� ���,
,: e 'ate of the Bon Ai rj bai :he-y
which ls situated within the limit
ol the townsite of Port Mann. It nas
bei n rumored thai the In minion ���
1 < ment would seek a new location for
""' hatchery, but when Fisheries In-
'" tor C. I!. Swor<| was seen by a
News representative in connection
"uli the mailer ye. terday, b ��� could
give no enlightening inform it on
i.,'!^-:'t.a;:;;.f:::::^^:;,,'';l;';���(
citj there yet, ami the i ove nment di i
not act hastily in such man ts, The
batchery had Its own enclosed piece
<u land and would not he affected in
any way by the development of Pel
.Mann.
(if course he could give no prophesy
TO CENSURE JAPAN
HUNT LANDS QUINTETTE     DIVERSE OPINIONS
OF HOBOES IN POLICE NET       ^ jq REOPfKOOIV
i [.nn discovery of Hie e Istence of regarding what ihe governmi nt mi.
pi or ol persons who have been ''".'' ,!"' city crew and tl.e land oa
ed io smallpox, ait quickly, In- which the hatchery was situaied be-
.   ie ai once all rumors or reports j came extremely valuable.   He had hai
Victoria,    Feb.   3.���Work   is   to   D3
started ai once oa the construction ai
Esquimalt of a large dry dock sui a
ide for  the  re iiarecenis  ol  the  (';.;,
kit  i. aavy to be buill  lor the Padflc.
Messrs. Bullens, of the i1,. C. Ma   i
Railwaj   company, who have been  in
i
��� a for a Dominion subi Idj lor a
drydock, returneJ tonight and made
ihe announcement given above.
'l'he vessels lo be built lor the I'a
ciiic. according to the presenl pro-
gram, Include two fast cruisers of the
Bristol class and three destroyers uJ
the  river  class.
Term "Unspeakable Barbarity" Is Held a Reflection
on Friendly Nation.
ol Infection
'l'he powers .hen by the "Health
Arb arc ample in almost any contin-
gei
The ilmy of the local hoard is to act
promptlj No time should be wasted
ii aa endeavor to obtain the consent
pproval of lhe municipal officers,
anyone else. Vour municipality,
er whoever may he resposible, will be
ol   . ed to pay all reasonable charges,   t
thi    more   promptly   you  act    He   jI1L. ,,,
no advices from the department,
in  the  meanwhile the  hatchery
operating in the same old wav.
and
was
NEW   ORLEANS   TO
ABIDE    EY
DECISION
A  HUGE  MEMORIAL.
hall j estei day, when a  mee -
the   Canadian    federation    of
Hoards of  Trade convened.
The meeting Ie dis -insim: 150 reso-
laws., |Utiona tron] Canadian bunds of trade
and  municipalities  urging on  the gov
ernment an early start on the pi    ���   ���
infectious, he should   he ed Georgian bay ship canal.   It is ex-
pe -'-d ihat all resolutions will be embodied in a further    huge    memorial
a ���      t,   is speed Ij  as   possible   that will be presented to de govern-
on who has been ex^scd to   ��� ,,,���  ,lt  an ,,,,,,v (latp
"i   smallpox.    Make   a
���   di te of e- posure.    When
te,  als ',  all  the mem
���  his family, and of He ho
i' !. be lives
u   tlon of quarantining a
bl ��� li e' posed to siuall-
New Orleans, Feb. 3.���Presidents of
'six New Orleans exchanges and commercial organizations came out i. d iy
with  ihe  statement   thai   their   city
I should accept the will of the   national
To Be Presented to Dominion Govern-   house and uot carry the fair fight fu ���-
mert by Federated Boards of Trade,    ther.
Ottawa,   Feb.   ".���About    one    bun '     Voicing   the  sentiments of  the oth-
dred delegates "ere in attendance at ier's- A- F- Leonhardt, president of the
Vi ti ria, Feb, 3 ���J. H. Hawthorn-
:i." Ite' i resolution con lemning th ���
govi rnment of Ja; aa ior Hi- recenl
exe i.Hon of the so-called Socialists
there was ruled oui of order today by
Speal i" iii ei ts, who held ihat the
words "unspeakable barbarity" were a
reflection on a friendly nati n.
>'���   quoted  authority to show   that
such references were frequently ml ,1
out  of order  in   Hie  British   house  of i
commons.
W.  !!.  Hayward moved a  resolution
protesting a;.;.inst llie recent  reciprocity arrangements between Canada and
tbe   l'nited   .dates.    Speakicg  io  tie
resolution   the   mover  declared    that
the welcoming of free fruit  from the
I l'nited   States   would  spell   the  deatli i
j blow to  the industry  In  British   Col- j
umbla.    In the  past  the government
had worked hard to foster the Industry
ia  the province,  and  he claimed that
the recent negotiations   were   calculated to destroy it.    Hon. Price Ellis in
moved an adjournment of the dehaie.
City and Provincial Police Combine
Organized Search for Tramps on
Eurrard Inlet.
Tl e Vancouver city police, the
Burnal : ; ollce and the provincial
; olii e joined forces in a tramp huntin ���
��� edition on Burrard inlet yeste d .*
afternoon.
Detective McLeod and two men
Hom v*anci uvi ���. Con .table Hornby, of
Burnaby, and Con il ibli Wilkie, of
this city, succeeded in gathering In
five tramps in
Moody.
So  many  complaints  have  heen  re
ceived   lately   ol     the    presei     o
train])s that ii was thought well to
bave a general round up. The co -
tages and Bummer hemes on the
shore of the inlet were thoroughlj
searched with the above given res i I
The captures wee lodged in the
provincial jail here and will appear
on charges of vagrancy. It is pro] abb.
that another expedition wiil be arranged soon as tho police are becoming alarmed at the nuisance.
Prairie Men Generally Approve Proposal-Many Tory
Papers Endorse Jt.
smaller the bills will he.
: s person breaks quarantine, vio- j
tes the provisions of the healtl
Interferes with the work of the duly'
ated officers, have  him  arrested
���
���   a magistrate.
Suspects, or  Exposed  Persons.
RUMORS  OF  COFFEE TRUST.
board of trade said
"W'e have lost the exposition fight
and we should acce] I I bi lne\ itable.
W'e Bhould yiel I gracefully and assis;
San Francisco io make thc celebration a success. We would have excel-ed the same from San Francisco.
While Hie peo; le of Canada have Ac-
e i  Hie pro] osal of the Dominion
'���imi i io give a greater measure
of me trade io the country by nego-
;.   an agreement with the   Cnlted
is  i her,- has quite naturally   been
lhe   \i initj    tr    I'o.;   a good deal of opposition fiom  H.e in
ten ; ��� ������ which It  Is though! mi  lil     liter  from   such  a  move.      The    party
pi ess  bas  with  a  few   notable   exceptions tried  to make party capital out.
of it     Many of the Conservative news-
papers,  under orders from their owners, have attacked it savagely.   This tti
an   indication   thai   lhe  measure    is a
good one and would be beneficial to
the country.
Alberta Farmers.
The attitude of the farmers of Alberta towards the proposed reciprocity
agreement may be taken to be accurately represented hy the views of W.
.1. Tregillus, vice-president of the
l'nited    Farmers   of    Alberta,  and   a.
  member  of   the    farmers'    delegation
Nogales, Ariz.. Feb. ',',.���The murder   which waited on Hie Dominion governor   Chinese  laborers  by   Mexicans,  in   ment recently.    He said:
connection   with    the    smuggling    of      "We believe that the proposed reci-
MURDERED  BY THEIR
MEXICAN ESCORTS
In   discussion   the  coal    mines   act. ,
Parker Williams attacked the officials   cnnlniand Celestials across the ber-   procity agreement, if carried into et-
of the mining department   Mating thai i     r'  is  revefllp<1  in  the  story    of    a   feet  will greatly help the farmers   of
the  premier  was either indifferent  to I mounded  chinese>   * h��  was  found   ia   Alberta
the lives of Hie miners or else undei
der.   is  revealed
| wounded  Chines
an isolate 1 mountain locallt
the thumb of the operators.
The speaker called him to order and
ithe premier remarked that if the member from   Newcastle had any  (harnes
to make    .gainst   tie department   h'
would li';e to hear them.
THROUGH RATES GRANTED    HORSE GETS TANGIER UP
ON G.N.R. TO VANCOUVER  \\ TRtSTLt AT SAPPERTON
li is a move in the right di-
not far I reetion,   and   the   only   criticism   that
from this (ity and brought here today. ' may he directed at it. is that it. does
According   to   the   story   related   by   not   go  far  enough.      W'e   want   tlie
the  wounded   Chinese,  he    and  three   whole world for a market.    We have
of   his   countrymen,    from     Southern   had  too  narrow  a market and   there
Sonora, were being smuggled into the   has been no competition; hut now tiiaJ.
l'nited States by two Mexicans. While   the American market has been thrown,
he and his companions were asleep in  o[ en to our grain, we may expect cnm-
a  lonely canyon they were set    upon   petition and better prices.    The more
by   their   Mexican   escorts.    His  com-   competition there is for our products
panions were killed, he says, and he
was left for dead. He was later found
by a Mexican rancher. Two Mexicans
have been arrested as suspects.
��� Is s  transient, and  has not a
��� ��� ������ m su cesBl ul vaccin-
p  l .ai   under  close   quaran-
band, he is a perma-
enl and trustworthy, and has
in intimate association with
a.   Inate him. disiu
perw n and clothing, and keep
ervatlon.
in   i: ansieni can proi e I >
��� . : I man in charge Ihat he b is
eBSfull]     v ;e ciliated    w ithill
two J ears, and can show tha
a ���   u was successfully, ef-
I  in  not   less  than  three   points
irs), Buch person, if considered ti istworthy, may he disinfected
Sale  of   Brazilian   Beans  S-nd     to     Be
Entirely   in   Hands  of  Combine.
Washington, Feb. 3.���Tl e �� xistenci
of aii alleged    coffee trusi  has been
calle ! to Hm   attenti in ol the I ������
ment   of Justice     li   Is charged  that
the  marketing of  Brazilian  coffi ���   I
entire]; In tl e bands of a comblnath n
which controls the markel and Is i
planning an advance of four cants   a
; i    ml.
The department is told the   ���  mbina
tion is preparing to market 76,01
pounds of beans at an advanced pro fli
of (3,000,000.
Local   Charges   Between   Westminster
and Sister City Cancelled, Ending
Much Red Ta^e.
Fisheries Would Benefit.
St. .lohn, X. li, Feb. .'.--The lisheries industry of Canada, especially iu
the maritime provinces, would be
greatly benefited by the ratification "f
the proposed reciprocity agreement between the United States and Canada,
Vancouver,    F< b.    ' -  X;������������    fn
ati     v hieh be ol   m    '    bem   I   to
a< tors an.i iii ale s it. all kinds ol
... :.    bui plii e  wenl   nro force on
tl i Great Northern railway today.
1 iei l tofoi 6 lhe 1 ati S i in CO il. c*kt?.
sand, lime, gravel and all kinds of
bulldln SUpi i"s ba c bi ea c input "1
on the mileage basis only as far as
New Westm nster, consignees having
to pay loial I. eight rates lor the haulage from Xi' Westminster t.) tbis
city. Hm con menclng today through
rates will  be in  force,  wllich.  besides
Dobbin's Lees Go Down Between C.
R.   Ties���Train   Flagged  to
Prevent  Damage.
P.
THIS MAN ASKS ONLY
$10000 FOR EACH TOE
the better returns we shall receive fo\-
our labor.
"1 believe that we shal! also greai.lv
henetit by the lower freight rates to
the American markets as compared
with the rates to British and foreign
markets.
"The farmers of Alberta will welcome the removal of the duty on cattle, horses, swine, sheep and poultry,
for they have within easy distan ��������� :i
profitable market for live stock. I be-
lleve that  far more attention will be
An exciting runaway took place ln
s | ;i .; a yesterdaj afterni on when a
horse became frightened and bolted
on thc C. P. R. trestle just in front
of the Sapperton glen.
The animal's legs went down between the  ties and  it  took  the com-
inflicting the dam
bined   efforts   of  about   eight   guards
from the penitentiary, who happened j wheels on his foo
to be passing, to extricate it. age. 	
A   rope   had   to  be  secured  and    a i ~~~
Sling lived around the animal before it I 55'330   Live ,n Calgary,
could  be lifted.    In the midst of tho !     Calgary,   Feb.   3.���Calgary s  popula
rescue   proceedings  a   C.   P.   R.   train I Mon  is now estimated  at  55,330.    Au
Spokane, Feb. :>..���Ten thousand d 1
lars a toe i- the price asked by C. E
Heine, of Hillyard. He has startel
suit against the Great Xorthern Ra'l-
way company asking $20,000 for the
lo>s of two toes, which he alleges was paid in this province to stock raising
due to carelesness of the company.; as a result of the removal of the dut>
overseer in the Hillyard car shops and that our wealth will increase cop-
where he worked respondingly. There is no better coun-
He claims that while a car was be- try under the sun than Alberta for the
ing moved a fault in the trucks to raising of cattle, horses, sheep, swine
which the attention of the foreman and poultry, and all we needed was
had been calle i    threw    one    cf   the   the incentive of a convenient and pro-
VACCINATION IS TO OE
ENFORCED IN TIIIS CIT?
Authorities Will Call Upon Citizens to
Submit to Operation���Coercion to
Follow  Attempted   Evasion.
. .i to proceed, on condition
.hat   he  States where he is to   ���������  'he opinion of J.  F. Calder. one ol
lining the next sixteen days:    the Dominion inspectors of fisheries,
ihat he undertakes to consult  who is in ihe city.	
���  :. and  gives his full history of
t        ire to smallpox, on the very first '
:on of illness.
Persons who bave been exposed  to
f'   UpOX should  be considered under
. ii res:
11) Tacse who have been Exposed
but once to the inted ion. and are im
itely   vaccinated.     These   should
ept under observation until there
are unmistakable evidences of the
success of the vaccination, when they
can be discharged trom fui ther sur-
mce;
12) Persons who have been exposed 'ii smallpox, and several days (over
to    i have elapsed before vaccination..
'I'll  should  be  kepi   under obseiva-
tion  for sixteen  days  from  their lasl
���ible exposure. The wearing of
tlieir own possibly-infected clothing
should be deemed a continuation of OX-
i ���   ure,
Vaccination.
lu  the  vaccination  of  persons  wlii)
have been exposed to smallpox "time
1      Money."    The    failure     to    effect
prompt vaccination sometimes costs
Individuals  and   municipalities  mucn
���   n i.,
Prompl  vaccinal Ion Is required for
tlie exposed person, so thai, the vaccination may get ahead or the small-
POX and modify It or prevent It entire-
reducing the cost of freight shipments !,.ame  along,  but  the    rescuers    were j thorfties on the subject state that tbe
in a good many lines of goods and ma- < e-<]tial to the emergency.    One of them j Ppin   during  Hie  past   year  has   been
terials, will also do away with a lot ofjselsed   a  rei   tome  worn   by  a  small   nlne thousand.
unnecessary red tape ln billing. |spectator of the work and with it he |
The
will re
(Continued on Pago Five.)
STORMS DISORGANIZE
AIL RAILWAY TRAFFIC
The publication yesterday of the
provincial health regulations relating
to proceedings in connection with th ���
prevention of smallpox was ft
by an announcement thai the city au
thorittes would lake steps to enforce
the rule regarding vaticination
This step was taken OD the re iuest
of the provincial health ofTIcei
police published by the city
quest all people io get vaccinated and
In case any do not comply with Lie
request coercive measures will have
to he adopted.
The  clly   schools   will     he    notified
Ihat Hll llie children must be vaccinal
ed and extensive vaccination parties
at  all the schools is a pleasant  possibility.
As far as can he learned there was
fresh   development   in   the     actual
Spring colonist excursion rates were
also announced today by the local passenger department of the Great Northern railway.    These special rates will
le effective from all eastern points to
the  Pacific  coast   from   March    10    to
April  10.    These excursions are   expected to bring a large number of Intending settlers to the coast cities, for
I ihe rates have heen placed very low.
' For instance, it will only cost $;t.x to
' travel from Chicago to Vancouver dur-
I ing these dates lu tbe colonist  class
I A S35 rate will prevail from St. Paul
land  other  eastern  points   will   have
proportionally low rates to the coast.
Now   that   the   sleeping    car
i have heen materially reduced and the
tariff  for  compartment   and  drawing
! room   cars  also  considerably   lowered
Uowed  Dy ,i,p ���PW rates which went into effect February l, the passenger departments of practically all the American
transcontinental railroads are looking
forward to a largely Increased amounl
of travel during the coming spring and
flanged the train.
Fortunately   tbe   engineer   saw   th?
signal   and   stopped   the   train,   which j
was not  held up for more than a few I
minutes   before   the   horse    was   ex- |
tricated.
The name of the driver of the horse
was not learned.
RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT
BINDS EMPIRE CLOSER
FORGER   GETS   EIGHT   YEARS.
i A. Cummings. of Saskatoon, Punished
for Uttering a  Bad  Cheque.
Regina. Feb. 3.���Eight years  in the j
penitentiary   was  the  sentence   given i
.���nes   A.  Cummings, arrested in  Saskatoon
on  a  charge  of  uttering   two   forged
cheques;   also to stealing   from   the j
postofflce a cheque drawn for   $169,
which  was addressed  to Alfred  Cummings. of Grand Coulee.   The prisoner
asked for and received the letter from
the local postolllce.   He pleaded guilty
to both charges.
London   Daily   Mail   Says    Silence   of
Canadian   Conservatives   Is   Strong
Proof of Popularity of Measure.
summer.
ENGINE
DRIVER   WAS
SCALDED    TO    DEATH
London, Feh. I.���In an editorial article this morning the Daily Mail says
the action of the Canadian conservatives in leaving the representatives
of the Dominion have a free hand at
Washington is the strongest testimony of thc popularity of the reciprocity agreement, which is considered as
being one of the surest methods of
preserving Canada  for the empire.
At the formal opening of parliament
on   Monday
fitable market, which will be provide. 1
if the agreement is ratified.
' I am greatly disappi inted that the-
duty on agricultural machinery was
not removed. The reduction of 2Mi per
cent is so small 8 concession that it is
hardly worth considering.
"In    mv     opinion,    there    are    no
I grounds  ior  fearing  Uncle  Sam  as a
j competitor.     We have cheap land nnd
| good land ia Alherta. and nil we need
to do is to till the soil intelligently���
j to  farm  scientifically���and   if  we   Go
this  our  agriculturalists   will   become
' well-to-do if not  wealthy.    H I could
j have my way the international bound-
! ary would not exist in trade matters���-
I there would be a free exchange of ail
i products   between    Canada   and   tlie
United  States."
Conservative  Opinion.
The   Calgary   Herald,   Conservative,
savs editorially:
���'Tlie outline of the reciprocity-
treaty so far given out will be received
with relief by Canadians who bad feared lest in tiie desire of the government for reciprocity with the l'nited
States the Canadian delegates should
sacrifice to the United States industry
some of these cherished resources
which are bound to build up the country into a great manufacturing nation.
It Is only fair to say that unless particulars should disclose a 'joker' in llie
treaty proposed. Messrs. Fielding and
no
spread  of  lhe  trouble  yesterday.
AMERICANS   AID
PLAGUE   STRICKEN
Two Delayed C. P. R. Trains Came in
Yesterday���Blizzards on Prairies
Cause of the Tieup.
, T! o C. P.  u. train service is still
'ani/.ed as the result of the heavy
storms in the mountains and on   thc
Praii ies.
At  one o'clock yesterday afternoon
rhursday's   two   trains   pulled   in   to-
.'' er, one twenty-four
fourteen hours late.    None
Hains came in, and all outgoing
trains were cancelled.
Il:'' POB1   office  staff is  having an
11 '  time on account of the delay, but
Washington, Feh. 9.���With $18,000
cabled by the state department today
to the l'nited States consul-general at
Shanghai, the total contributions of
lhe Christian Herald fund for Chinese
famine relief reached $30,000.
American Ued Cross society
sent $10,1100 and Issued an urgent ap
peal for moro funds.
Kcports to the state department
consular and diplomatic officers in the
famine districts describe the suffering
Of I tic people as a'mosl inconceivable.
The
today
bv
Against    Lotteries.
Olympia. Feh. 8.-���There will be  no
nd the other Mucky holders of coupons In theatres,
of yester-' business houses or anywhere else, entitling  such  lucky   person  to  automobiles, boxes of candy, or anything else,
if a bill introduced by Representative
Minard becomes law.    lie doesn't ex
Moose Jaw,Feb. 8.���Engineer Dunn
of Portage la Prairie, was badly scald
ed in n Weight wreck on the main
line of the C. P. It. nt Rush Lake,
shortly after midnight this morning,
and died soon after being taken to the
hospital  at   Swift  Current
No, TL a freight train, was running
in three sections. The second section
in charge of Conductor Travis and Fngineer I'reston was running about
twelve miles an hour when it was
overtaken by the third section. In
charge of Conuductor Campbell and
Fngineer Dunn, There was a heavy
snowstorm at the time, and Dunn did
nol s. e the train ahead. Running at
about twenty-flve miles an hour he
crashed Into It, derailing his engine
and damaging six cars ar.d the caboose or the other train. Parts of the
wrecked cars were burned. The total
damage is $10,000.
Dunn's engine Is lying at right angles to the track and is damaged considerably. Trains are being held up
until the line can ho cleared.
Girl   Sold  to  Chinaman. commissioner
i i   l-isa   Feb   ".*-���* special to Th <   his peer's robes.    Other high commis- j
Times from Cliston, Arizona, says Mrs.  sioners will be In levee dress, aud wil
ack chambers   a milliner, shot anl .have seats at the right of and   quite
killed herself while in the custody of near the throne.   Iti commenting on
the ��heriff    Mis  Chambers was un- this the Mall says this recognition of i
der  arrest   charged   with   selling a the width of the empire possesses  a
fourten-year-old domestic to a China-1signlflcance which it Is Impossible to
man for $200.   She was bound over 'o
the "rand Jury nnd while being taken
to jail grasped a pistol and shot herself, the bullet   passing through her
Lord    Strathcona,    high   Patterson  have sought to protect tbe-
for   Canada,   wiil   wear   basic Interests which were committed
to their charge."
Grain   Dealers.
A.   D.   Chisholm,  president   of   the
head.    The bullet struck t'esheiiff in
the hand, wounding him slightly.
Criminally   Responsible.
Montrea], Feb. I.���Criminal proceed
lngs  wlll  bo  instituted  against   Mrs
George   Marmon,    whose    two   young
children   were   suffocated    by   smoke
while she was visiting a moving picture show yesterday afternoon.    Fire
broke out in her flat   Tenor-stricken.
the children hid themselves in a cup-
hoard, where they suffocated.
STEAMER VICTORIA
ASHORE AT MUDGE
overlook, as it means the throwing
opening of essential ceremonies to the
Dominion as well as to the United
Kingdom.
Tuberculosis Hospital  Destroyed.
Winnipeg, Feb. 4.���The almost completed tuberculosis hospital was practically destroyed hy flre today, suffer
lng ii loss of $15,000.      The hospital
^re will he some'heavy'business f0. ' empt charity affairs either from hold-1 wns to have been turned over to th-
them In a day or two. tag lotteries of any kind. icity next week.
Vancouver. Feb. 8.���The rocky shore
of Cai e Mudge was the scene of another marine accident this morning. In
the immediate locality of the wreck of
the Cottage City.
The steamer Victoria, a Skagway
liner out of Seattle, went ashore. She
struck nt 6:60 o'clock nnd floated off
nt high tide at 8:10 o'clock. She sustained t<o damage and proceeded on
her way northward.
Passengers in Panic.
New York. Feb. 3.���Three bundre I
passengers aboard the Fall River liner Plymouth, from Fall River, were
thrown into a /ari i this f.reno >n
when a car-float loaded with freight
cars and towe.l by a tugboat, crashed
Into the steamer in the Kast river o [
Sixty-second street. The stenme 's i
passengers escaped injury, but the |
shock of the collison tilted the float,
causing several of the cars to sl'de
from the tracks. A deckhan l fell
across the tracks nnd one of the cars
passed over him, killing him Inst tntly.
MAKES    GOOD    RECORD
IN    FRENCH    BIPLANE
(Continued on Page Four.)
TITANIA, ASHORE, IS
m\, STRAWi SEVERELY
Collier Which  Met Mishap   yesterday-
Morning May Be Floated When
Lightened.
Paris, Feb. 3.���Aviator Say. comnet-
in . for tbe aerial league priz ��� for the
the aviator Hying sixty kiLnvtcrs
(forty miles), over a circuit coarse before February 4, today cover? I sixty- |
Vancouver, Feb. L���The collier Tetania, bound from Comox to AcapuMO
with a cargo of coal, went ashore, now
Turn Point, Stuart Island., yestordav-
morning, following the toullut; ot her
steering gear.
The  vessel  Is badly  damaged,
forward hold being full of wator.
As the tide fell last night the sleaiu- I
er listed badly nnd is now strain Ina
severely.    The cargo is being loaded
on barges and it  is expected tne Tl-
tania will be tloated when sufficient!^
her
llghtened. 	
At the time of the accident the Tl-
three kilometers in thirty-two minutes. Itania was in charge of Ca^ajn .Oarta*
He used a biplane and flew over  the   Manson. a Mctorla pilot    Capt..L.ue��.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ���
1911,
JOSEPH TRAVERS
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4
4
. BERLIN POUCE
HOUSES FOR  SALE.
SEVEN  rcomed house, cement funda-
tlon, furnace, etc., $400 cash, bai mc.
$20 i er month, lni luding Interest,
! A NEW modern cottage, cement foun
dation, furnace. Price $2500, on easy
���    terms.
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN   _	
in i Insurance busi-1 EIGHT roomed new house,
Price \    < 0, ' n very
J CHURCH .
I services!     EXPEL JOURNAUSTS
WANTED.
WANTED
the veal estate
A.pplj 620 Columbia stn et
all modern.
easy terms.
WANTED ��� TWO GOOD WAIT-
teases. Apply at the Windsor bote1.
Good wages.
FIVE roomed cottage, let 66x132.
splendid location. Price $2 iO i, on
easj   terms.
BLACKSMITH WANTS
R ingh or line. Apply 111
street, city.
WORK.
Twelfth
FOUR  roomed  new  bungalow.
$2100, on terms to suit you.
Price
CL1-
WANTED���WE    HAVE    TWO
ents who wish to purchase flve or
B x room modern cottages    to    the
��alue of $3500, $500 cash, balance on
easy terms.    Kellington Bros.
ii..Tii   Crown    Bank   block.
pbone G80.
Nor-
Tele-
THESE are a few of cur many good
buys.    It will 1 e lo your a ivantai
to s< e ua before buying elsewhe e.
4 4
^�������-**����<. ���<.<��*���*������������****��������
(Changes for this column must be
left at. or telephoned to, this ollice by
ii p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or oilier responsible
vurty.)
French and Russian   Press
Representatives Incur the
WANTED ��� LAD'S
by the day. Serve tea in evening or
tare for children. Apply M. P., News
elTicc.
VACANT   LOTS.
TWO lots ali cleared, on    corner   of
Fifth   street    and    Eighth   avenue.
Price $1600 for the two,   on   easy
WISHES WORK j    terms. ,
OTJE large let behind jail, facing Tenth
street.   Price $1500, on easy term
WANTED���3
trade.    Apply
Factory.
HOYS     TO     LEARN
Walsh Sash and Door
ONE lot on Edinburgh street, all clear
ed and cemenl foundation for house,
Price $900, on terms.
WANTED ��� CARPENTERS, ME
chanics, homeseekers to help settle j
Uld build up a newly cleared een-,
Irally located subdivision on si ret
car line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
sr cost. Vou b.iil 1 your own home
for residence, rent or sale, or we
a ill build you a borne to sut ou
.mall monthly payments. Call
Lcibly & Blumer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trust building, Vancou-
rer, (Tel. 8365), or G13 Columbl i
street New Westminster. Tel
6S7.   Open evenings ti'.l (.i p.m.
FULL sized lot cn Royal avenue. Price
$3500, on terms.
WE also havo some five and ten aero
bioeks in Surrey. Coiuitlam an.l
Burnaby for sale on easy terms.
CALL in snd we will talk It over.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703. Residence   L 611.
Real  Estate and  Insurance Agent.
Auctioneer, Etc., Money to Loan.
Walker  Block, Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
Sunday  February 5.
CATHEDRAL OP THE HOLY
TRINITY���Row Canon (',. ('. d'Easum,
M. A., lector; Kev. George A. Ray, . I.
A., assistanl curate. 8 a. m., boh com
munlon; 11 a.m., matins, holy communion and sermon; 2:30 p.m., Sunday school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN. Sapperton���2:30 p.m., Sun laj
school;  7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. Dell. Owen rector. Ser-
\ ice al 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sun lay
school at 2:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
on Wednesday al 8 p.m. Morning sub-
lee. '"I he Inability of Earthly Things
> Satisfy lhe Soul': evening, "Are
You Alive ?"
ST. BARNABAS���Holy communion.
at s a.m.; morning prayer, litany and
sermon at ll a.m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; evening prayer and serm 11
at 7 p.m. Rev. E. R. Bartlett, M.A.,
\vill preach.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev, i'. W. Brown. B.D., pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school nt  2:30 p.m.
ly, clearly show bow carefully the imperial government is watching the critics of its policy, and how perfectly the
police are organized to supervise the
foreign press representatives stationed in Berlin.
on receiving a curl notification tbal
his expluslon trom tbe country bad
i.i en deciee I, Mr. Maximofl presented himsell al the headquaite.s ol tlie |
police und Inquired why this extreme
TA.      , c    v     ji        -i-       ii..eas.ne  bid  been  taken against   him.
Displeasure ot Authorities He was received with  <������
tesy, and the officials described lo blm
minutely bow he bad spent his last
six months In Bei Iin, detectB es having followed bim daily in order to collect sufficient evidence of bis "improper conduct" to warrant his expul-
sioH.
His mo\ ements from hour to h i .
his \ isits to the office of . lie Voi warts,
bis attendance at Socialist meetings
iand bis fraternizing with various Oei
man Socialists were all broughl up
agalnsl  him as proofs of the   official |
aa.
so   as    to   can ie   con ; .
noyance to the detectives wai
movements. Wherever be wi i
followed, and when he went
bis   two   pursuers   walte !   o   I
building until be appe ir< d .
ally, the detectivei entered    .
compartment of tbe train |n
lefl  Berlin and travelled with h
far as  the  first Btatlon  ii i
tier.
The expulsion of Ru . lai b who
bellev* .1   to  be in s\ mi al
Socialist or Revoluni
Berlin, Feb. :;.���The drastic methods
adoj I d by the German authorities to
chech or supervise foreign comments
on ihe domestic affairs of ibe empire,
and to penalize those journalists who
while residing in Berlin criticize the
methods of the governmenl or otherwise conduit themselves in a way of
which the police disapprove, has jusi
been revealed by the summary expulsion of a French journalist, Hr. Halb-
iwachs, and a Russian press representative, Or. Maximoff.
Dr. Maximoff, besides contributing
articles to the Russian newspapers
|which were regarded in Berlin a- being e ce. dlngly unfriendly to the Ger-
man authorities, also Incurred dlsfa- Berlin presldenl ol
vor by maintaining close personal re-1 ^
lations   with    i:.e    leading    Socialist
iarj
a.e fairly common  In  I'r     ,,   p
is very  rarely thai  tbe |
treme measure i against ]
nalists practicing thel
Germany.    Dr.  Llalbwacha
ui
signed  articles to the  iiuu
which  be expressed extreme!
ahle opinions on  tin   attil idi
havior ol  .he police   In
riots iu Berlin.   The woi
llzatlon oi the German po ���
!s revealed bj   the fa I  I
i' i.t-
o.i.e.ition that  his conduct was such  trlbutions to the Pari   paper w< ���
. io justify his designation as an un
desirable alien whose presence constituted a danger to the public safety.
Al the outset, Or. Maximoff was given
i Ighl   days,   Wll Iin   which   time   he   v. ::
requin I to leave the country.   Think       Many divergent opinions
lng  thai   perhaps  he might   persuade the advisability of Dr. Ha
.he authorities t'i reverse ihe decn puis! ��� have appeared in it.   .
issued agalnsl him, he appealed to the pn    , the Conservative
police,  Herr  von oughlj  approving ol the a      i    ���
the  orde ���  of  ex- authorities, while the Lib.
Bei Iln almost
back to ... i on aimoi i a
were   published,   so   thai    the
ties  bere  were  in  po. si s  Ion ol ampin
documental 5  ������'��� a!    0
based tin lr ord     ol .   ;
.11
WANTED ��� FURNISHED    I IO ESE- j ���==!=.-
teeplng    rooms;    good    references
apply box S, News office.
SliERRIFF, ROSE & CO
WANTED ��� SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
TO  RENT.
BURNABY���We have
in our subdivision immediately ai
joining,  from  $300   up;     $-0
and $10 per month.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
Hospital street���Andrew Grieve,    pas
tor.   Morning sen he 11 a.m.; Sunday
��� ol and  Bible class 12 to l   p.m.;
a few lots left evening service 7 p.m.; people's meeting Thursday at  8 p.m.
.as
CITY���Eighth  avenue, two  lots,
66x132; cue being on corner, unexcelled   location,   convenient   to   car.
$1900, terms.
Fl RNISHED ROOM  TO RENT,
ply 205 Carnarvon street.
AP-
TO LET ��� COMFORTABLE BED-
room for one or two gentlemen:
hi il block from city car line. -117
Fourth street.
WATERFRONTAGE within city
fee! of deep water frontage on
Island. At presenl only $66
toot.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. 1! ���!���:���
ier, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
ea^.(1 p.m, Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at elghl o'clock. Morning service,
"The Secret of a Succ s , il Chi
Life"; evening, "False and Faithful
Refuges."
pulsion     A   week  later  It'   Maximoif
1 ecei ed a (   mmunicatlon from  Her ���
dally of this country, the   Vorwaria,jVon ���'���  ���   w saying thai the poll .
and also by attending various Socialist   nice, lngs    held    t i     ( ni.le.nn    tlle
1. ethods of the Bei iin police on the oc-
casion of the recent riots in the n n th
west   districts  of  the   capital.      Thi
French journalist, Dr. Halbwachs, was
expelled 1 ecause he sea. communications to the Homanlte, the Paris So
1 iallsl organ, in w hieh he se . eri I., ci I
iclzed the behavior of the polio   during the recent rii ts.
Exp ilsion from this country
no means Infi e inent, as the aul hoi l-
ties can summarily ejeel any foreigner, who acccording to tbeir views ma)
be regarded as an undesirable alien,
and the only appeal agalnsl the decision of the police is to the Prussian
ministry of the interior, which almost
ln\ ��� riably upholds the decision of its
subordinates. These two cases, however, happening, almost     mull  v. oua
as in,
I
lr   le      .    ll
leal jo.i'uiis condemn i.
ni a cl> iii.ed pnv.i 1.
Both cases 1 erve to re .  ���,
shaken  In  their   con' Icl   a thui  all c tnment.   on G.
timi he was an undesirable alien, und published   in  . reign
Informing   him    thai    hla    expult ion can full) 1 olh cted by Germ.
woul 1  ha re to be 1 out accord p. . 11  ; arts ol the world
Ing to the 01 It in j dei r< e. Bi   Iin to 1 e read bj 1  1
1 ndaunte I   by tl I    dlsai   ointm n . the capital.   In all casi
Dr. Maximoff 1      ��� np] e il to the comments are .1 gai li I
Imperial chancel!        1 tting f .rth  thi dlsappro> al, efforts an
ns why he rega ded tbe actl n o( the offendlni   iournall 1
the  i ollce as  unj ist.    Tl I    tlm
action cai           1           ly in a differ-
way,    Tin         nil        ti               1
f rwarded  tin   appeal to the .     1   ���
lor, > wo deti   1: 1     came 1 1 I
that he m    t leave the country wl    lu to 1 ontinue to enjo
twenty-fo 11 I   ui . and thai thi     voul inti y,   Thl
su; et vise  his  mov< menl       nt 11   they ��� thi      reign' pri
had con' lm ed then        es thai        had labor   and      msldi
ed the frontior 1   0 fori If n t. aad dot ,.:���������
Dr. M      nofl     lllzed Pis las .  e   ed  in  this co
. 1     ���     many of his rrl< nds .
Bi   Hn,     : ��� by     dodgii I '        ;  '    ' ���    and wcrli
;   ���  en plai ed on thi
bis ni.   emen     and gen.
at    tli)  wati .ed 1
polli e   with   a   view I
v. 1 .     .    0   nol he oughl
130
Lulu
l er
TO RKNT���A LARGE FURNISHED
room Bultable for two if desired. 611
fourth avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���HOUSE, 428 ELEVENTH
street, built  for owner.    Enquire on
job, or call at 406 Eleventh street.
McQUARRlE     STREET-
-$125
down
secures a lot suitable f
>r in
e bone
site.    l'ri"e $375.
EIGHTEENTH  street on
new
cut off
B. ('. E. 11.. large lot, 51
xl50,
cleared
and cultivated.    $1500,
easy-
terms.
FOR SALIC���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mnnn workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
WEST END LOTS, each 50x132. affording good Investment at present
price $450 each; one-third cash.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing.
Phone 832.      C46 Columbia St.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
LOST.
LOST���SUM OF MONEY IN A PINK
BBVsrlo] e. Somewhere between Royal
avenue on i Second avenue. Finder
please return to Daily News office
aad obtain reward.
LOST OR STOLEN���A BLACK AND
white English setter dog wearing
collar with tag No. 400. Anyone
harboring this dog after this advertisement will be prosecuted. Reward given to tlie person returning
same t6 W. Townsend, 312 Fifth at.
" CANADIAN PACIFIC
*** B.C. Coasl Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10.00 a. m Dully except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Dally
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m....   Daily
ll:M p. m   Daily
S3.    Iroquois    Sunday    nights    and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
.2.00 p. nr Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
ll:M p. m Feb. 4, IS.
TO OUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   in	
Jan. 31, Feb. 14, 28.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
��:2S a. m Every Thursday
ED. GOULET,
.agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanrt��ne Heating and Plumbing Co.
CWmney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess-
p��e'��, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
HOMES
For Sale
Five roomed modern cottage:
large corner lot on Twelfth
street; concrete block foundation and full basement. Price
$3150. One-third cash, balance arranged.
Twelve roomed house on Liverpool street; brings $36 a
month rent. Price $42.00
one-third cash, balance arranged.
New nine roomed modern house
on Nanaimo and Twelth Sts..
concrete block foundation;
furnace, separate toilet, etc.
$6000; one-third cash, balance arranged, or wlll rent
for $40 a month.
New five roomed house in Sapperton, one block from car on
improved street, $l!10(i; $800
cash, bai. easy.
New seven roomed modern
bouse on 90x124 foot corner.
Eighth avenue, $ir>fi(i; cash
$1600, balance arranged, 0/
to rent for $2', a month.
Six roomed modern    house    on
Fifth  avenue, near city   car.
$3000; one-third cash, balance
arranged.
We have the choicest of the
acreage buys in SURREY and
DELTA.
Reid,r}Curtis
& Dorgan
706 Columbia St.
INTERRACIAL   MARRIAGES
WILL   BE    NULL   AND
VOID
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE  DAILY NEWS.
Olympia, Feb. 2.���In passing the bill
ineventing   tlie   marriage   of   whites
with   other   races   today,   the    house
nearly made It a crime for any person
to get married in Washington. Tacked
onto the bill waa a provision that persons  who   shall  contract   such   marriages should he guilty of a gross mis-
.demeanor. The printed bill was minus
1 the  word  "such."    Theerror  was discovered in lime and the proviso stricken, so that, now such marriages   aro
merely held null and void.
GOSPEL    HAL1�����Corner  of  Sixth
aveni e and  Ninth  i tri et.    A si ecia
\ angelistlc mi 11 lng w ill be c nd icl ���
I by .1. J. Rouse, of Vancouver, at T p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Kev. F. S. Okell, B.A., pasti 1. Services at ll a.m. and 7 p.m. t'l is;
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at s p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednes
j day at S p.m. The Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be admitliste ed
during the morning service. Pastor's
evening subject, "A Rejected King."
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rer.   E
(I.   Thompson.  M.A..    pastor.     Public
worship:     .Morning  service,  11   a.m.;
evening,   7   p.   in.:   Bible     class     and
Sabbath school, 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
H., Monday at S p.m.; prayer meeting.!
Wednesday,   8   p.m.   Celebration   of
twentieth  anniversary  of  opening    of
the church.    Rev. Mr. llurcb. of West-!
minster Hall, will preach in the morn-||
ing, and  Kev. Dr. P. Wright, of Kitsa-
lano, in tbe evening.   Special music.
SAPPERTON    METHODIST ��� Rev. |
E.   D.   Braden.   pastor.     Services     at
11 a.m. and 7::'.u 1 ,m, Sunday school at
2::i0 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. in. and 7 p, m. Sabbath
school and Bible class   at   -:30 p.m.
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services  at   11  a.   m.  and   7   p.   m. |
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth atreet and
Third avenue, Burnnby. Rev. Frederick L. Curpenter, pastor. Public worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday-
school, 2:.10 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7:110 p. ni.; choir practice.
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.m.; service lt a.m.: class meeting, 12 a.m.:
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. 111. and 7 p. in. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at. X p.m. Dundonal.l school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
Rchool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, corner Fourth Btreet and Seventh avenue,
at 3 p. 111. Also on Thursdays at 8
p. in.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���205 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sun
day services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Wctk day service, every day at 8 p.m.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METHO-i]
DIST  MISSION���Rev. Henry   Wilson,!
pastor.     Sunday   school   at     10   a.m. I
Church servlco at 11 a.m.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth   street.     Rev.   James    Reid,
B.A.,   pastor.     Public   worship   at   llj
a.   m.   and   7   p.   in.     Sunday   school
at 2:30 p. m.
I
\X\::: <fcs/
AT THE
We are making an extra spurt
Saturday and have nxed our   prices
to make quick sales
$10.00 Suit Now $6.75
$1.50 Kid Gloves,
silk lined or unlined
95 cts.
5 pairs Wool Sox,
black or heather
$1.00
$2.00 Coat Sweaters
$1.50
Pen-Angle Underwear,
blue tip
Suits
$1.00
$30.00"
Suit $23.25
25.00
suit
19.75
22.00
suit
16.50
20.00
suit
14.75
I8.00
suit
13.20
15.oo
suit
10.80
13.oo
suit
9.35
12.oo
suit
[8.25
lO.co
suit
6.75
8.00
suit
5.80
No Goods
Charged at
Sale Prices
Colored Shirts, all sizes,
75 cts.
Fancy Stripe Underwear
great value,
45 cts.
$2.00 men's strong
working pants,
$1.45
$4.00 fine striped
trousers.
$3.20
Los   Angles
LOS Angles, Fell.
Milk   Famine.
3,���There la a mil'!
famine in Los Angeles affecting 15,-
000 families, according to President
Carver, of  the   Creamery   Operators'
I association:   11 ls estimated that from
50,000 to 60,000 persons arc compelled
jto go without milk.
M. J. PHILLIPS
671   Columbia  St.
Thc Wardrobe Clothier
Westminster, B. G SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
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since the movement from the United
States to Camilla bei an. This, of
i ourse, la all oontlngenl upon the rat-
  itflcation of tho reciprocity agreemenl
_ ,,. ,    al Ottawa ami Washington,    He, says
Published by The Dally News Publish- the  ratiflcation  will mean  tens   and
fD .��� Company, Limited, al their offlces, hum1reds o{ mini0ns of dollars to tills
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
IS WORK PRDFITABLl?      |
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E. A. Paige.
.Managing Director
(union ;^>;.". i A.-vj> 4
���Casual Laborers" to Thrash Out the !
Problem   at   Milwaukee   Convention
Called by J. Eads How.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 4. 1911.
INCONSISTENCY.
Whatever virtues Mayor Lee may
ov considered to possess he certainly
docs not display the valuable and
necessary attribute of consistency.
Time and again the citizens hn-fo
heard him strenuously declare against
tbe transaction of public business by
the council al private meetings, ana
several times he has professed to
make ll plain thai heat least would be
no party to star chamber methods.
yel v,i' Qnd bis worship urging and
enforcing the principle of transacting
public husiness in private. We refer
jus; now more particularly to the recent proceedings of the council in regard to the proposed agreement with
the B. C. Electric Railway company.
Mayor Lee there declared that he
would not play all his cards In public
and proffered the excuse thai some
things must he discussed in caucus.
Now whilst it vvas reasonable and
proper for the preliminary meeting
betweeq the officials of the company
and the council to be held In private,
this cannot he said in regard to th.e
| Dominion, because the farmers of the
nlted States, who come over here,]
will feel that with the markel of ninety millions of people at their very-
doors the future hold:, nothing bul increased prosperity for Western Canada. This influx Horn the l'nited
Slates will, he says, also he followed
by Increased emigration trom Croat
Britain and other countries across the
water.
llo also anticipates that upon   the
i ratification of the agreement and general approval hy the electorate of hota j    The call for the convention has been
countries, railway lines running north  sent out  by J.  Kails  How, president,
and south wlll be greatly increased in and .lames O'Neill, secretary of
i number.    There is general jubilation I Brotherhood Welfare
Chicago, Feb. 2.���Hoboes���beg pardon, we mean "casual laborers"���are
to hold a national convention in Mil
waukee oi* February ;', to discuss the
problem, "Does it Pay to Worl, "
Twin Screw Steamship
3,f>00   Tons,   7,000
320 Feet Long ,18'
Horsepower,
2 Knots.
among American settlers, not because
of any advantage to the United States.
bul because they feel that their farm
property In this country will be largely
enhanced in value.
Tho farmer referred to ventures
the prediction that all round the consummation of the agreement wlll
mean an increased value on farm
property of not less than $5 per acre
In the section of country within 100
miles Of the boundary hetween Winnipeg and the Kooky mountains.
Parties  Agreed.
On Ihe question of reciprocity in natural products, says the Calgary News-
Telegram, Conservative, there are no
differences of opinion between the
Liberal and Conservatives of Western
Canada. All are united in their support of an agreement between the Dominion and the l'nited Stales that will
permit the free interchange of these
products because they are aware how1
advantageous to Canada such arrangement will he.
Mr.  Bcrden's   Position.
Th.e attitude which Mr. Borden, the
leader of the opposition, assumed towards the arrangement. In the speecn
which he made last nlghl in the house
can scarcely fail to prejudice the position of both himself and his party in
council's discussion of tlie agreement,  t),e  west.    While  his   sentiments   of
���which it is proposed shall be entered  loyalty and attachment to the old land
Into 11 tween the two bodies.   The subject matter of this agreement and Its
geni ral    intent    are undoubtedly    of
pu   ic  concern,  and  the citizens aro
entitled to know just exac.ly what the
, cil is doing In this important matter.    It is true that the text of the
agreement has been published in   the
local  press.    Hm  whilst    it    may    be
pleaded  that   this  circumstance    has
ma do the ratepayers familiar with the
contents    of the    document,   it   also
maki s tlie whole matter public.    Th.e
citizens are in fact concerned to know
ej:ac;ly how far the original terms cf
the agreement may or may not be re-
tained, and tlie views the mayor and
aWormen express in    regard    to   the
le matter.
:\  hurst main  was revealed on Co-
ibla street yesterday.    The paving
O   "'.e street had cracked right across
a  the sidewalk lo the centre and
���water was pouring out of this in con-
.i.'.iiahle quantity.    That  a  thing of
this kind should happen so soon after
he laying of the new paving makes it
-.���evident that there has been some carelessness  or  some  miscalculation    on
Abe part of someone concerned in the
work.    We have been told that at the
lime (he street was heing made the
..���attention of    the    mayor    and    some
���other members of fee council was call-
-ed to the pos tlon In which the water
main   was   placed.    Notwithstanding
this, however, no steps seem to have
ijeen taken lo ensure the safety and
stability of the main.    The matter .;
a serious one and demands an explanation.
i^iji.
Diverse Opinions
As To Reciprocity r
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Winnipeg Grain Growers' Exchange,
was quite happy over the announcement. "Free trade in wheat," he said,
"will be a decided advantage to this
country, especially to the western provinces, and will he hailed with pleasure by the Canadian farmer, and the
bread buyer in the United states as
well, lt will give the producers het-
-tcr value for their products, as the
Minneapolis market is, as a general
rale, a little higher than the Winnipeg market. It Is true that Canadian
railways and also terminal elevators
may l*e adversely affected for a short
time, but conditions will soon read jusi
i hem selves. If the treaty goes Into ef-
l'eei. at once Canadian farmers would
benefit greatly by au increased price
.for oats, which are now wanted ln
targe quantities in Dakota und Minnesota."
Canadian   Pacific    Railway.
William   Whyte,   second   vlce-prcsl-   hers,
ricnt of the C. P. It., Baid: been
"On the whole, 1 do not think that
the proposed tariff is a had thing for
tbe country. The removal of the American duty on Canadian wheat had
to corne. The worst that can he said
-���of it at the present time ls that it is
premature. The time will come soon
���when the American states will have
no wheat for export, The production
will become less there and the demand
js constantly increasing foi- the supply
for Die home market, lt. is difficult to
Ba; whal the fanners of the western
states will have to say with reference
XO the proposal."
Canadian-American   Speaks.
A prominent American citizen, living at Keglna, who came into Saskatchewan two years ago from Illinois,
predicts the greatest Influx of American settlers this year and next  year
are quite commendable, they are su
perfluous, as we lake it that every
citizen of thc Dominion is intensely
loyal to the old Hag and to the empire.
In a question, however, of the nature
of a trade arrangement with a friendly neighbor, the supposed interests of
the mother land cut no figure. N'o
nailer how friendly Canada's trade relations may become with the United
States, tlie loyalty of our peo] le to the
empire, of which we are all so proud
would in no sense or measure be ai-
fecti 1. Indeed, in our judgment, the
improvement of trade relations, no
matter with what country, lmve a ten-
dency to make the people more happy
and contented, and consequently moro
devoted to the country of wliich they
form a part. It is a well-known axiom, that neither .Mr. Borden nor all
the leaders or public men in Christendom could by their logic change or
affect that "commerce knows no Hag,"
and any feeling on the part of the people that material sacrifices were bei ig
made to the shlbolleth of loyalty
would havo an irritating tendency, ami
repress rather than promote affection
for the mother luu!. Great Britain
has set. net only her children, hut tlie
whole world, an cample for freedom
in trade which has had a greater civilizing effect than perhaps any measure
which any nation litis ever adopted in
the history of the world. Surely no
successful criticism can be directed,
either by Mr. Borden or anybody else.
against children following so great an
example of freedom in trade as that
wliich has been set by the greatest
empire the sun ever shone upon.���
Winnipeg Tribune.
B.   C.   Lumbermen.
That Canadian lumbermen in general will be well pleased with the
changes proposed in connection witli
the duty on lumber entering the United Slates is the opinion of A. D. McRae, president of the Canadian Western Lumber Co., of Fraser Mills, B.C.,
who is in Toronto. I'nder the proposed agreement the lumbermen of
British Columbia will he able to enter
the great markets of California, now
supplied mainly from the state of
Washington.
ly reason of their being able to use
oreign bottoms, a privilege denied to
l'nited States shippers, Canadian lumbermen would be able lo ship lumber,
one dollar per thousand Cheaper than
tlieir l'nited States competitors. That
the reduction of the duty on shingles
from Hn cents per thousand to III)
cents, will prove a benefit to Canadian
manufacturers, is also the opinion of
Mr. McRae.
association, and
reports from Milwaukee say that
Mayor Seidel is preparing to welcome
the' workless wanderers wiih open
arms.
When former conventions of th.e hoboes were held the imitations usually
was senl out at least six weeks in advance of tiie meeting.
Some deles.iter- attended from long
distanCOB and weie subject to delay.
Freight trains were apt to be stalled
an I walking isn't always go cl in lhe
winter t ime.
All this has been changed since the
American Feden tlon of Labor at Its
last convent! n in St. Louis officially
recognized the hoboes and decided to
try to organize them as "casual" laborers.
An Invitation has been extended the
Chicago Federation of Labor to send
delegates to the convention ami their
expenses will be paid.
B. N. Nockels, secretary of ihe fed
eration, received tl.e Invitation, and Is
thinking of attending as a delegate.
"1   have   pronounced   ideas   on   thej
subject which will come up for dis.
sion," Xockels said.    "It does nol pa
to work.    Men who never do :��� st. iki
of work come into this office daily an 1 I
they  appear  to  be  better  off  than   I,
who  have   io  work   day  and  nig . ,    I
understand the whole problem is how
to get along without work for the flrsl
year, as alter that  it  is easy.    1  may
get some pointers from the hoboes."
The   reason   Milwaukee    has    been
chosen as tbe convention city   is be
cause   tbe   "casual   laborers"  believe
Mayor   Seidel   will   prove   more   sym
pathetic than .'.id tiie mayor of Kan a
City,  where  the   last   convention   was
held,    lie place!  tl" dele  ate;  in  th ���
"undesirable citizen" class, anl     pen
ed  tlie  police  station  instead   of   thc
hotels for their reception.
Prof. W. G. Alexander
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Bon Ami shoe polish
introduction sale price.
Sinclair's
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The first annual ball to le given
under th" auspices of tl.e local lodce i
of the Modern Woodmen of America,
will be held in St. Patrick's hall on
Wednesday. February 22. Tic ar-.
rangements for the event are in the
bands of a committee composed of F.
II. Knnis, Dr. T, II. Green. Andrew
Kirk, W. F. Butcher and Frank Harney.
Men's $l(i..Hi surveying shoes, double
Stitched  and   with  a   waterproof  duck j
lining   Unit   will   keep  the   water  out,
$6.95.    Sinclair's    introduction sale.  ' j
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The   Victoria   roller    hockey    team. I
which is coming here for the avowed
purpose of trimming the Westminster
puck chasers on their own floor, left |
the capital on the ( hirmer last night.
I and will reach here this morning. The
boys   will  have  a  short   practice  this
.morning, just to familiarize themselves with the rink. The match is ti
start this evening at 10;45.
Women's     patent     pumps,     latest
American    make,   one   strap,    Cuban
I heels, special for    today    $2.25.    Sin-
I clair's introduction sale. **
Tomorrow being College Sunday in
the  Methodist   churches  in   Nanaimo,
, Rev. Dr. Sipprell and Kev.  Prof. Glf-
I ford,   of  Columbian  college,  will   oe-
! cupy the pulpits in the Haliburton an.l
I Wallace    street   churches,   preaching
I morning and evening.    The claims of
the college to assistance from the Nanaimo  Methodists  will be lucidly set.
forth by the speakers.
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laag-e and strong banking- organization.
Interests paid on Savings
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Silver Watches, gents' open case,
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J08EPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
Did You f ver
���count the number ef ;e e ��� ;���
plu. before a well lighted show win-
dow lu ..ue night? You wouM
probably Qnd thai fer ever) one
ping between seven and eight, I i
st-i|i between eight and nine. ���*���*���*���
twelve between nine and ten,
Wc are willing to aid you in taking
advantage of tiiis. imt your windows
hMould he well lighted.
Phone 761 for further partli ularS'
The Roberts Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
PLIGHTING
'STANE"
WAS ONLY A JOKE
RECIPROCITY
NOT
A   PARTY
MATTER
Ottawa, Feb. li.���-Conservatives, alter bein. in caucus lor three hours
Wednesday evening and for the same
len. tli of I line yesterday, did not give
out any definite statement as to what
the party luid decided to do when
Fielding's reciprocity agreement resolutions come up for discussion in tho
commons on Tuesday next. Tliey said
that the time had been oeeupled bear-
lng  tbe opinions  of  individual  mem-
Toronto,   Feb.   2.���A   huge,   but   uu
Intentional joke on tbe provincial  au-l
thorltles and   tbe  people of  Ontario
bas just come to light.    In 18B6 Hugh .
Nichol, or Stratford, preaented to the]
provincial museum at llie normal
school, a block of stone with a circular
bole cut through it. Tens of thousands
of sightseers have read the placard,
wbicb states that the stone Is tie
"Old plighting static" of Laird Sutherland, Scotland, and that Ibe custom of
plighting troth with clasped bands
through thc stone was probably of
Druidical origin. It now appears that
lhe stone is an ordinary one used fir
. rinding meal, and tbat tbe legend
associated with it was Invented hy ai
humorous Scot from whom Mr. Nichol
The House of Penality and Low Prices
purchased the stone In good faith    In
and that  no resolution had yet  order to presenl it to the province.
drafted  for consideration.    The ,  |
To   Get   After   Husbands.
impression ls that the Opposition may
decide not to make the agreement a
party matter, but In view of the divergence of opinion which, to some extent, exists in both parties, leave members to follow their own inclinations.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Sewer Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that all persons musl connect their premises wilh
sewers when same are available, with- Concerning
iu a reasonable time after tho construction of said sewers and proceedings will be taken against those failing to make such connect bins.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, February 8, 1911.
Chlcaco. Fob. 2.���"Everybody Works!
But Father" will be sadly out of tune
ln Chicago after tomorrow, when tlv i|
new  court   of  domestic  relations   willjl
open for business. The new tribunal Is
designed to deal especially with men
who sit at homo all day while   their
wives take in washing to support the
family.     Husbands   who  abandon    or
fall to support their families  will   be
given particular attention,    Tbo new
court also will have charge of all cases
Ibe abduction of children \
under twelve years of age, contributing by parents to delinquency of children, child labor, compulsory education, card playing in saloons by minors, conduct of minors In dance halls,
selling Honor or tobacco to children
and cruelty to children.
Carload of
Furniture
Just Arrived
Galloway & Lewis
Phone 8 29.    Corner Columbia and Fourth streets, New Westminster. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVf.
"Rl!
SPORTINGJsJEWS
IIKISH UL'KOSSE TEAM TO
HUES ON CANVAS!
PLOW CONCERN Will   RECORD OUTPUT Of
NOT Wi'JtlDRAW PLANT      COAL AT
jiicCiraw's Eccentric Pitcher
Appears In a   Wrestling!
Bout In Chicago.
OPPOSE OLD SMiiOCKS Reciprocity Agreement Does Over Fifteen Hundred Tons
  Not Affect Plans of Oliver     Hoisted From No. 1 Shaft
Manufacturing Co. In Nine Hours.
Smashing of  N.  L. U.   Is Aim of  Proposed club���Syndicate of Backers
Has Enough Coin to Get Men.
" Raymond, the erratic pitch-
,..,. I���,'.���  Yoik  i'imts, is now a   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i ��� v.n s.ler. lie was defeated|tlie Nationals and a new team from 0
Montreal, Feb. 3.���A lacrosse team,
compose I Of Irishmen to rival the
Shamrock Lacrosse club and to be Included  with a  French  team  to rival
���     :'cd_e
��� ui of thn e In Chicago Sat-
, ning, and  this  is  bow  tho
,, 'i rlbune tells the Btory;
u i.. Raji.ion.l. known to base-
as 'Bugs,' nol in be out.lone
:,!��� on the diamond, made tils
appearance   on  tbe   Btage   last
\i the Alhambra.   'Hugs' bas
i   , rtolre  other  lines  ol   en
i    nologues, songs, etc.,
I   n Lt rei tier.   Thai is. i be man
,,_,. of the .a ���' bill so announce l
[tawa   to  rival   the   Capitals   ln
league Is a lacrosse proposition being
here al the prei enl time.
mooted
lii.
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li
I  .. , i-centrlc  I w li ler ol  the   Mc
in endeavored  to throw one
and partially succeeded. Th i
a linish affair, besl two oul
falls.     Kennedy   secured  two
md the bout,   'Bugs' secured
��� one and the applause, which
���; faction.
:. . er looked  belter iii  his
In tact, he had lost all of   thai
adlpo e   'issue  for  which
and  li  .ked  fit  to   pitch
. mings.    As they say i f the
appear  In  the  ring,  be
��� .   "j in!, of condition."     In
1     tan ul.     Thai,   ol
..-   is i; ii  possible, for ���Hue.-' is
��� i   am .'.er    ihe    dinner    bell
bject of this narratl e,
calle I. ( Ol  busy and
i ..     1.  al oul  ll.e waist, and
���    thirty   pounds    more
i   ent, pro -i eded to v-. ai
��� n    Ki tinedy slipped from the
and landed .
rrowsy   hea I  of   McOraw's
n    with  surprise, and
v. hen Kennedy turn-
��� n bis shoulders with a
; omi ��� I lng   "Bug
hi ird   of.      The   conti
���.    ne inning, the timi  being
' came back  with a   ve
valel  had rubbed him
:  bly and  led him  a  glasa
bl il   i.   a  little,  and
���  lef ] itcher s>-nt in ..>
: e   and   luined   Kennedy
full   Nelson,   something
i   rd of before, In
���     ���   i :"   1 :05.    'Ileus'  rose
miles,  BhO ik   hand 3
��� .  i nori i   his  opp menl.
���  ���   anol in r   massage
By   ib's  lime   both
llppi   J   as ee B,  and  ll
li ulty   that   'Huns'  got.
nent.   Every time he did.
On   One   Of   these    slides
put 8 ind   mi   the   skids,  and
. came to after being tossed
ill ie Nun in 2:05.
ai ra s  the  title of  pitcher.
learned the profession by
lie will become a wrest-
same   school   holds   good.
��� Kennedy   wiped  up  seme
the   mat   wltb    bis   grapplers
I the same.    Kvery time Ken-
pi ! like a jack in the box. so
Which all goes to show that
al some future date, will bo
- ��� il wrestler.   Whether he Is learn-
ime along with bis pugilistic
to    circumvent    Manager   Mc-
'-���'������ ... 'is lessons on perfect   etl-
���a iind ofl the diamond remains
around a . >ndlcate ol lii hmen In the
city who are anxious to finance and
pul Into il e Held an ii ish lacro se
learn and have approached the Canadians asking I hem to do . he same.
The propsitlon aic.s al w rei king the
National Lacrosse Union by taking
from the teams already in exli tence
the pick ol the players by the Inducement oi lilghei  Bai irii
li Is pointed out bj the promoters
also thai since competition is the soul
of trade, competition may prove to be
the salvation ol lacros e by bringing
ahout a hot flght for life Of ihe clubs
concerned.
The Canadian Al hletlc club has bi en
a; pi oached on I he matter and may
���     ��� It  tomorrow.
In a new organization Canadians
would be ahle ii) l.eep their players
who are starling on the Canadian hockey team and who are fast becoming
valuable gate receipts attractions i>
the French-Canadian public.
Tl 'I. ish propo ition Is s Id to ha-, e
in view the taking over of the besi ol
the Shamrock men���those al present
in the ( ame and seine of the stars who
. . e bi en considei ed bj the Shamrock executive to be a little passe.
Hamilton, Feb. 3.���That officials
Oliver Chilled Plow company weie sincere when they announced that   the
for
Oi '     Nanaimo,  Feb.  3.���All   records
i "input at No.  1  shaft of the Western
fuel  company   wott-  broken    Wednes-
I day, ��� eais being hoisted, a total of
reciprocity negotiations would not In-   L670 tons in nine bouts.   This record
terfere with the progress of the plant   was made under normal conditions, no
here was made evident todav when an  preliminary arrangements having beea
i   ,,. . , . i made to try lor a record
olficia   announcement was given ou:      ,,     ,,    ���     ,   ' ���'���'-""���
,    ,,. For the pasl  two  weeks the  daily
one! tbat   a"   assembly   building   costing j output of this colliery has hovered be-
?S00,()0li would be erected at once.       'tween  the  1400 aud  1500-ton   mark, a
.,.,.,,.. I     Tbis  great   outlay   will   he  followed   splendid   average . which   maintained
rhe  local end  ol  the  story   centers 18 the erection       severa] throughout   the   month   should    make
,',.' ... January a banner month in the history
er buildings, including extensive found- , of coal mining in ibis dist
lies and machine shops, tbe total cost '
of the whole running into over $1,500,
	
The Oliver Chilled Plow company is
one ol the mosl recent and most im
portant of American Industries wliich
bave eiisted plants in Canada, and it
was ihought that with a a prospect of
est End Snap
Lot 50x100 feet with  FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE,
on correr of McPhadden and Fourth avenues.
Only $2,000.00
on easy  terms
trict.
The management of the company is
engaged In work preliminary to the
sinking of two new shafts, in the vicinity of the .Meadows, one of Which
will be used exclusively for the hoisting of coal. This work is being delayed owing to the snowfall, hut when
weather conditions improve the wor"
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
^,��k   ...J T'   H-   McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster,   B.  C.
Phones  646,  661.
lies from Canada.
a lower tariff they  would   practically   will be resumed and rushed through to   ���
withdraw  their  manufacturing  faclli- a completion with all possible speed, J
and   it is   expected   that   within   two   <
I years from the date employment, will
he found in the local mines for an additional   1000   men   which   will    mean
practically doubling the present   out-
1 put.    The outlook for the industry in
Nanaimo was never brighter and   the
future is looked forward to with
fldence.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I
ELECTRICITY TO TAKE
StRVANT GIRL'S PUCE
con-
Lacrosse Abolished at Columbia.
l.a rosse, Ihe nailonal game of Canada, ha - been abollshe i al Columl i i
university. The -ame was dropped be-
e of I he 1 ick ol interesl shown in
ll bj the students and the poor showing made at a recenl mei ting, when
only . wi nty-ir, e men, mo il of them
small, agrei d to try for t he team if the
s; ort were cont Inued For t he last
. v.n or three je irs C I imbia has made
a poor show inu in la n o se, an I the
athletic dire :ti r. di cidi I to abolish
the sj. ri. If a large number prac-
��� ed t e al hi. I Ic a ocl tl n pn mised
to en eat lanadtan coach, bul ei en
thai promise falle I to pi oduce th ���
kind of men for whom the association
v... i looking.
New   Jersey    Federation    Fitting    Uo
House for  Purposj  of  an
Object   Lesson.
New Vork, Feb. 3.���-If streams of de
camping servant girls begin soon io:
choke the railway trains and trolley
cars | oing oul of New Jersey, Mrs.
Frank Ambler Pattlson, president of
the New Jersey Federation of Women's clubs, will know why they're,
li iving. .Mrs. Pattlson in.en.ls to
have electricity do their work.
Ai  the present  moment  cai p ml er
Jewelry
MARKET
REPORT
"1
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
B    Ufl     S       JEWELER
P. R'y Time Inspector
Official   C.
���
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BOWLING
Tl.e oft-beaten Newspaper men upheld t la-ir bowling reputati in :��� ester
day when they were handsomely defeated by the Hank of .Montreal team
in a People's Trusl cup game.
Ihe si ure  was not   ton bad 11 om the
Hank ni Montreal standpoint, but as
the newspaper men have control of
the newspapers tbey are not go ng ti
have the scores published just yet.
Levy, for the scribes, did some
wonderful work and managed to take
high score for the day by gathering in
185 in the last game.
Shannon, end man for the moneylenders, took tiie prize on his team.
The newspapermen's team will dissolve once more in the near future.
plumbers, decorators and electricians
are engaged in preparing an object
n in a house adjoining Mrs, Pattl-
home in Golonla, N. J., a home
of which she has given the use. N (thing thai is scientific in the way of
household devices will be omitted���la-
borless dishwashers, exertlonless
Bweepers and dusters, metal polishers
with v. hieh you have only to press a
button and there is all tbe silverware
as   brighl as a mil ror.
Other agents besides electricity will
be   Installed���gas,   denature 1   alcohol, I
and also, as a horrible example of how
much   dlrl   and  trouble   old-fashlo     I
mi tl ods  make, a coal  lire.
The 1: use will be ready for occupancy in a month or so, and then a
housekeeping expert will take possession, under the auspices of tbe
"I'ed.'s" committee on household economics, and housewives thereupon will
be invited to take up their pilgrimage j
to this Mecca, to learn how to be happy though servantless.
Tbe great feature at the market yesterday was the general rise in price
of all kinds of meat. Not that any
meats attained an abnormal value but.
the advance was general and consistent.
It was stated by many of the market goers thai the price of meats vvas
rapidly becoming prohibitive. "You
pay six bits for a roast of beef," said
one. "and you can hardly see what yo,
get."
Of course the season has something
to do with this, but there seems to be ���
no doubt that the supply of local beef j
meat is remarkably small and has not j
kept pace with the rise in population. I
The prices are fixed by imported meat
and are thus more or less in the bands
o: the large deali rs.
Fruit was scarce yesterday. There
were only a few boxes of apples offered and they were not of the best quality.
Pi ultry i nd vegetables were offered
in fair quantities and had it not been
for the trading in tbem the market
would have Indeed been dull.
Owing to weather and lack of transportation and smallpox quarantine the
attendance was not good, but considering the circumstances was all that
could have been expected.
Official   Quotations.
Prices recorded were as under:
Beef, hindquarters, per Ib Sc to its j
���*. *?$gM
* '^i'^-l--.'- ���'
��� -     i-v-.��V'T' '���
*' *- 'i    "     W*_ -
YOU MAY DRIVE-**--* BUT YOU CAN'T���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD  UNDER  AN   ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
00
MACKENZIE    HAS
STRING   OF   RACERS
Give More Advice
on Smallpox Situation
(Continued from Page One )
Mem-
��� San  Francisco   Chronicle   has
to sav  of Rod  Mackenzie, who is
��� r to many in this city:   The
".-ses   a   great   enthusiast  in
Mackenzie,   the  millionaire  rall-
I(   I  magnate   of  Winnipeg.   Canada,
he bas a deal of business in-
whlch require his ><tentlon at
���- Mackenzie manages  to  devoto
������  time to his running and trotting
i be is in the game for the
'  racing horses purely and stale eight  years ago R- J. Mac-
tarted racing bis hones with
��� r,  A.   \V.   Mackenzie, as hls
For   a   time    tbe>    colilined
racing  operations   to   Canada
:'   bui of late years have been com-
i hli un ia,   where   the   orange
white or Mackenzie Is very   pop-
Two years ago Hod   Mackenzie's
tiled
1 anadlan sportsman is an ar-
��� admirer of California, and is
seriously of purchasing a
...  striking  distance of Sun
i.    He has a couple of largo
'hllshments in Canada, but has not
'���ti up breeding to any great extent.
presenl Mackenzie has a large
Ol 'letters and pacers at Pleas-
!');i' and   haa  one   of   the    biggest
1   "    or  runners  at  the  bay  track.
1    "n'i" has been fortunate In hla
Interests In having such a eapa-
 r as Kd. Whyte, and popular
���   i" Eddie Taplln.
pared with sulphur it is not poisonous,
it does not escape from rooms so rapidly, it does not injure articles of furniture, etc., and It has greater power
of penetration.    The more tightly the
rooms are made to prevent the escape
of the gas, the more penetrating will
he the power of the formaldehyde
Brief  Points   for    Non-Medical
bers of Local  Boards.
The prlod of incubation   of smallpox, namely, time from entry of disease into the system to the first syra-
toms, is twelve to sixteen da\s.      H
may be longer or shorter.      In from
about forty-eight to sixty hours more I
eruptions begins to show as sma'.l red j
specks and then as pimples or   pap
ules,  at   first  on   the   forehead   and'
wrists,  gradually  extending over the '
body  so  tbat  the  eruption   becomes
general In about   twenty-four   hours.
From the second to the fifth days of
disease I counting from the llrst symptoms) the eruption Is papular, and the
characteristic   "shotty"   sensation   is
obtained by passing the fingers over
the  skin.    During  the  next   twenty-
| four  hours  the  papules  become  vesicles.   Vesicles are watery blisters containing clear tluiil  on  their summits.
Tbe next change is that the vesiscles
become pus or "matter."   The pustules
often  present  a slight  depression   in
  the center, that   is,  tbey  are, "unhlli-
officors should promptly arrange for I cated." The fever having declined
the worst. Facilities for quarantine 1 when this eruption flrst'appeared-, now
and treatment should be considered.
ly, and for the persons housed or associated with him the aim should be
the speediest possible "takes." so that
these persons may be fully protected
if the person aready exposed develops
smallpox.
If, alter reasoning with them, suspects refuse to he vaccinated, apply an
absolute quarantine Just as long ua
may be necessary.
Quarantine.
The Quarantine���The quarantine of
every    smallpox    patient   Bhould   be
prompt and absolute.    A guard should j
be  placed   over  every   Infected   house j
day    and    night,    and    special    visits,
should be made at unexpected hours
to see whether the guards are   doing
their duty.
Nurses���When it is known lliat persons  have  been  exposed  to  smallpox, j
for
Beef, forequarters, per lb.. 7>*c to8>*c
Mutton,   per  lb 13c  to  14c
Lamb, per lb 14c to 16c
Pork, per lb lL'i^c to 1S%C
Veal, per lb V2_c to l.?Ce
Potatoes, per ton $30 to $33
Onions, per sack   $2 I
Carrots,  per sack    $1.50 ���
Turnips, per sack   75c
Parsnips,   per   sack     $t
Beets, per sack  $1
Apples, per box 75c to $1
Eggs, wholesale, per doz 40c
Kggs. retail, per doz 45c to 50c
Mutter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Hotter, retail, per lb 35c to 40c
Broilers, per doz $4.50 to 5.50
Chickens, per doz $G to $7
��������������������������������������������������������������������*����������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Toilet Lotions      :
 t
Ryall's Witch Hazel Cream, 25c. and 50c
Orchid Cream, 25c.
They do  the work.
������������������������      AT      ������������������������-
FOUND    HER    BROTHER.
j Ryall's Drug Store
���   PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BV GRADUATE
small
mild
Double-Edged   Decision.
':.. Mont., Feb, ::.���In an opln-
re. dered yesterday to the county
"">' of Dawson county, Attorney-
"  '' Galen holds that there Is no
1,1  Montana prohibiting the read-
" hible by a teacher ln  the
schools as a  part  of the open-
" orclses, provides, however, that,
"'nincnt  be made by the teacher
" 'natter  being read,  also   that
1 '"' >��ot required to attend   the
i leg,
Nurses and medical attendants slu
be arranged for, and, if possible, conditionally engaged. For imr.-es. have
persons who have bad smallpox, or
who are thoroughly protected by recent successful vaccination ithree or
four scars).
Hospitals and Camps.
When smallpox breaks out the question will often arise whether the sick
shall be kept and cared for in their
own houses or removed to otber quarters. When at all practicable to do so
their removal shoul 1 be ordered, and
the house from which thebaic taken
should bo disinfected without delay.
When a house Is not available
hospital, a temporary  camp   or
may quickly be built.
'mer months a tent, or a
I tents will answer the purpose.
Persons  who have been exposed to
smallpox, nnd  persons who show  uncertain symptoms, should not he con-
: lined with smallpox patients.
Disinfection���The disinfection of in-
��� fected houses or rooms should be left
Ito experts, or else done under the dl-
j roct supervision of a doctor.
i Formaldehyde is the surest and
least objectionable disinfectant. Corn-
rises again.   Severe pain in th
of the back is somewhat characteristic of smallpox.
In modified smallpox, or iu mill epidemics, the eruption aborts at various
stages or passes rapidly to the pustu
lar stage and very mild constitutional
symptoms are present.
Smallpox Is intensely  Infectious at
all periods of the disease, but less so
at  the early  stages  than   when   the I
scabs are peeling.
The l'nited States Marine Hospital
Service   have   Issued   the   following1
maxims which you would de well   to
bear In mind: I
"Smallpox    cannot    be    suppressed
as a I without the expenditure of money."
shed I    "The more promptly you acl the less
During the sum-  It will cost."
number   of i    "When  ln  doubt  act   cn   the   safe
side."
And, finally, Isolate, vaccinate, disinfect.
When smallpox ls present In tbe
province, any physician who ls culled
upon to visit a person sulTerln .; from
chicken-pox sliall immediately give
written notice to the medical health
officer.
. CHARLES J. FAOAN.
' Secretary
Lethbridge Herald: Staying at the
Lethbridge hotel today is a young gin,
Miss Clarice Raymond, of London,
England, who is on ber way to Calgary from Great Falls, Mont., where
she succeeded in finding her brother,
Cecil E. Raymond, a young civil engineer, about whom she had heard nothing t>r a period of nine months. When
he lirst came to Cana.la he corresponded regularly with his family in the old
country. Xine months ago his letters
suddenly ceased. After some months
of writing and futile waiting for answers. Miss Raymond decided to start
alone in search of bim. First she
went to Calgary, where te had 'aa
been. After spendim; a month or tw -
there she ascertained that he had gone!
some months ago. She then went I i
Qreat Falls, where her search provided
much copy for the newspapers.
Seen by the Herald this morning,
Miss Raymond said she had succeeded
in finding her brother. She thanked
the reporter very kindly for his enquiry, but did not care to   ts Ik   any
more about lt.
Miss   Raymond's   brother  evidently
has stayed in Montana, for he was noi
| with ber.    She left for Calgary    this
afternoon.
I SS*o^ FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     ANO     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
PHONE 473
������������������������������������***.
FOR SALE
2 large lots on
Fifth street,
Price, $ 1 10O.OO
Easy terms.   Apply to-
Is. B. Ennis,
Room 2, Trapp Block
LANGLEY
Fifty Acres on Yale Road about one mile from
train. First class land, would make pood subdivision.
$75.00 Per Acre
1
Easy Terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialist ./���   PAGE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY 4,
1911,
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SOCIALISM GROWING
IN UNITED STATES
Time T1m��
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday i..   7:30
8:30���Vancouver via R C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:110
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E, R.
Idaily except Sunday)..l.:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
[daily excepl Sunday)..16:00
8:jH)���Victoria via B. C. E, K.
tdaily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Victoria   via   B.  C,   E.   U.
Idaily  except   Sunday >.. 7:30
7:30���United States via Q. N. R.
(dailj . \i epl Sunday).. 7::'.'.
15:00���United States via G. N. K.
(daily cxcoi.t  Sunday)..16:00
12:10���All   points  east   and   Euro] e i dailyi    7:3C
23:00���All points east
rope  i daily i   ..
12:10   Sapj erton     and
Mills      (daily
Sunday) ....
20 ���Sapperton    ar.d
mills      (dally
Sunday) ....
2:10���Coquitlam (dally
13 :00���Central     Park
Democrats and Republicans
Are Keeping a Watchful
Eve on Theorists.
For Beveral yea a the political man-
. , ers ' i the t wo gre il dominant parties of the United States, Republican
and Democrat, have b< n wat :hing tho
Socialists,  says  the   '��������� w   York   Sun.
was a departure from the old idea thai
the Socialists were distinctively foreign-born citizens or their sons
The total vote of the Socialists in an
off year, 1910, shows a gain of 125,271
over the presidential year of 1908.
The Socialist leaders insist that
their party is against all tariffs and if
in power In the nation would do awaj
I with all tariffs on tbe ground tbat free
trade would bring about the most
raj id and sure development of the industrial Interests of the country, and
besides the Socialists declare that the
present high prices of food and tho
nec< ssarles of li. e the direct result of prices broughl about i>.> monopolistic control.
going   further, aver
i., ' ie   groun Is   of
the   N'ew   England
Pennsy lvanla, Ohi >
tl] Btates where the
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 186.     Barn 'Pfcons 18
Columbia Street
Baggage    delivered    promptly     ��
any  part of tie cttT.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT,
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. Ci. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room  6,  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"hone  Cfi1 Residence  Phone  133
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'
The Socialists,
thai the li gleal
tin lr   party   are
sta.es.  Xew York
and  Illinois, and
Thej  have dewed the social! I move- lndustrial dev) opments are the greai-
ment with something lh:e the Interei ( ;.      ,.,   BUppor1   0]   their statements
s *6�� *-���*������' on this line they poinl oul thai In Eu-
populism, ro] ,, ,,,,,  ,.;,;, t g0( iniistic .tr. a\ th  la
1 '' ' ���'   ' in tl '��� Industi inl districts, and tli     r.
md
l-'.n-
.15:15
ln-as( r
except
:.i\
Fraser
except
 15:15
except
and    Ed
monds     idaily     except
Sunday)       11:00
3:30���East Burnaby and Burquitlam   idaily     except
Sunday      13:30
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster   (.Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annieville,   Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
O'OO���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
9:00���Vancouver,    Piper's    Siding     via     G.     X.     R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thursday,   Friday    and    Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sunday   16:00
20:00���Abbotsford. Matsqui, Hun-
tin, ton, etc. idaily except Sunday)     7:30
15:45���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine     idaily     except
Sunday)      ..'.  7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Kidge
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
Railway Time  Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 0:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  ii:30 p.m.
Carg leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver  tor  New West
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m., and every hall
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour untll 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at S a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at I
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:28
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:16
a. m.;  arrives Seattle 6:45 a. m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrives
New  Westminster 5:55 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 4;3.r> p.m.; arrives
New Westminster St:2o p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 0:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger Btatlon
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a. in; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
CutmiB 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
to tin  iir-- .      n   ul   i
and free silv< r al L6 to 1.   \
i   latter mo\ oments wen   to a certain extenl eph imi ral in I .eir e
upi m the two gn at pan es oi tl e nation, they \ve-.e none the h ss dlslurb-
lo the < alculations of po il ical ma .-
.   ei ���-.   Tbe marked lm rease in the t
i ialisl vote ior the lasl ten yeai i   I
become the political  problem of the
pr< . ent day.
The very heavy Increase in this ��� i e
within the last two years has In fact i
become a disturbing factor in the inner circles of the two great partien.
Within the last few months, and especially since election day in .November,
those vitally interested in the political
fin tue have been in a quandary as [ >
whether the rising tide of socialism, a.
indicated in tbe actual vote, is to swell
to greater volume, or, like the movements which represented greenback-
ism, populism and free silverism, it is
to reach a certain crest and then to
recede and eventually fade away and
become only a memory, like gre.n ack-
ism, populism and free shverism.
History   of the   Movement.
Practically the first evidence of So '
ciallsm in the United States was observed in the political epoch wliich
closed the presidential career of LTys- ;
ses S. Grant in 1876. At that time the
most of the Socialists were German
immigrants. Later on the Socialist
movement gained a little' headway by-
accessions of immigrants from other
parts of Europe. For many years the
Socialist movement in the states was
looked upon as having the support
only of immigrants from the continent
of Europe.
The Socialist Labor party was the
outcome of the energies of tlie foreign-
born citizens. But this party did not
make any perceptible headway. Constantly, year after year, it was worse
than a dismal minority. It attracted ]
not tbe slightest mention. It was too
insignificant for even a flrst thought
mi the part of political managers and
others interested in the two leading parties of the nation. The Green-
backers scorned the Socialist-Labor
folks, the Populists looked upon them
with contumely, and tlie Free Silver-
ities at 16 to 1 gave them but a passing thought. Tbe politicians of those
days and those of the present time
have explained that the Socialist-La
bor party could never make any headway because of its antagonism t.i
t:;.de unions.
Socialist   Party   Organized.
In 1896 the Socialist-Labor candidate
for president, Matchett, received only
36,250 votes in the entire country. In
1899 there came a quick change, when
1 Eugene  V.   Debs  became active   am!
prominent.    .Mr. Debs ancl his friends,
according   to   well-informed   Socialist
authorities, deprecated the attitude of
the Socialist-Labor party toward trad'i
unions, and endeavored to bring about
a   more   conservative   policy,   but   he
was opposed then and  has been   opposed since by Daniel De Lecn, who, in
Socialist   circles,  or   rather  Socialist i
Labor circles, is looked upon as tbe j
absolute master of the Socialist-Labor1
laity.   Indeed, if the views of many of
the prominent Socialists are to be ac- j
eepted in their entirety. Mr. De Le_>n
to the Socialist-Labor party is as much
of a political boss as any czar in thc
Republican or Democratic party of the!
past or present days.
Mr. Debs and his adherents being
unable to imbue the Socialist-Labor
party with more conservative views
concerning trade unions, organized the
Socialist party With the fundamental ;
idea that it should be friendly to trade
unions and advance especially prin-1
ciples which in the judgment of M
Debs and histollowers would redound '
to tlie industrial development of worklngmen. ln 1900 Debs' total \o:e in
tlie country for president was 87,914; I
in 1904 with Debs again as the candidate of tlie Socialist patty for president his vote jumped to 386,966; while
in 1908, Debs, a third time candidate
for president, received a total vote of
417,406.
In the presidential campaign of that
year, 100X, Chairman Hitchcock and
his associates of the Republican national committee, and Chaiiman Mack
and his associates of the Democratic
national committee, were inclined to |
believe at times that Debs was to receive a total vote of 1,000,000, Statements to that effect poured into the
national headquarters of the two parties In Xew York and Chicago. It was
in tlie air, as it were, that the Socialists were to poll a great vote. They
were exceedingly active. It would be
an exaggeration to say that Mr. Hitchcock and his friends felt themselves
relieved when it became known authoritatively that Debs' total vote was
only 417,406, but it is no exaggeration
to say that they felt much easier when
they learned of the actual result of
Debs' third campaign for president as
the candidate of the Socialists and its
indications for the future.
The   1910   Campaign.
Eearly in 1910, With a campaign im-;
minent  in  many states for governors
and congressmen for tlie sixty-second
session  of  the  house   of    representatives, the Socialists renewed their activities.   They put on extra steam die- ]
ing the summer months.    In the fall
they nominated candidates for governor in many states, and it was observ- '
ei   that   tbe   nominees   in   most    in-1
stances were native Americans, There
call thai in Germany, Saxony Is known
as the "red i.inc..in a," svhi e i.. E rani e
the chief centers ol Soda i ra are '
baix and Lille, and in Spiin Bilbao.
The Prize cf the Campaign.
Thei' is little or no Soi. .list sentiment in the southern states. The socialists explain ibis by saying thai
thej i eally l\&\ e no s ate organiea
th ns in the south, "where mo I .
the voters are negroes, who are very
often dlsenfi an 'hi -ed." Bul these
same Socialists tell you that th iy
poinl with pride to their greal vote
in Oklahoma, whore the negroes hei 1
a state convention and indorsed the
Socialist  ticket.   - ,
The pet prize of the Socialists In
last November's election was the sur--;
: cess   of  Victor   I..   Merger,    who    was;
I elected to congress in the fifth district of Wisconsin, which includes
Milwaukee. Representative Berger is
the first Socialist who was ever'elect-
ed to the house of representatives. His
| vote was 13,497, while the vote of J.
.1. Carney, his Democratic opponent,
was  8433,  and  the  vote of  Henry    F.
|Cochens, his Republican opponent, was
113,147.
The average Socialist tells you that
very many of their i eciple believe Representative Berger to be their ablet
leader, but that  in no sense is he   a
'boss, and that if he attempted to be a
! boss be would not be recognized as
such, for the reason that they do not
'care to believe that any man in tlieir
party wants to bins them, as Mr. De
Leon is said to boss the Socialist-
Labor party. While these Socialists
speak in very high terms of Representative Berger, they do not refrain
from adding that probably Mr. Debs i-i
personally letter liked and more fond
lv thought of by them.
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Information lias reached the offices
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE SEVEN.
1
"K,
New
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster   L.ind   District.  District of New Westminster.
e no1 Ice tl al  Edwai d l lawkins,
;\cr, occupation bookki epi r,
to apply   tor   permission   to
Lhe    following    described
ercing nt  a  post   planted  mi
.      |,,., h on  tbe east   Bide   of   the
.    i,.,n channi l and joining T. I..
,���,; on t he no l!i side and mark-
,.,i   Hawkins;   S.  W.  corner,
GO chains lo line i f  llmil
,;!;;, thence '-'. GO chains along
i beach, thenci    outh and west
ach  to i lace   of   commem
ntaining 80 acres more or
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent.
3,   1910.
on thf
also  bj
said wril
��� ���;"-i
distrlcl   of
A   ol
efendanl William Cullen, and
i ibllcal lon  ol   the notice of
of summons In a daily new.
published and circulallng In ihe
��� i. mini ter    for   a
i   weeks,  and   thai
i
t W I,
sen Ice and advertising be deeme i to
be goo i and sufficient sen lee ol  th
.i I wril ol . ummons upon j ou al t he
���   pit atlon ''i two (2) tn eeks from tbe
first Issue In said newspaper,
And   further   take   notice  thai   the
publication ol the said notice is
made    ti  i lie :.' b    day    of January,
lii 11, ami ppearanci   be enter
for   you   within   two   weeks   lrom
said lai t n led dat,    _ the ���
ol  i; e        ricl    ti   i   rar   Nfi w   i i
B,  ('..  ��� i I    will    be
ntered a    Insl  you.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   &   JOHN
I TON,
for  T.  A.  Swift,
"D.M.J."
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Di;.
..   Westminster  Land   District.
trist of New Westminster.
,,  notice  Lh I   Cecil   Killam, of
eri b. i'., oi cupatlon barrlste
intends to apply  for permls-
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
��� i
tlie
for
following
de-
puicha. e ^^^^^^^^^^^^
nds:
. i,. lng at   a post ] lanted on
,  a| out   l Vs   miles  nortl i a
...  point, Jei >.s Inlet, and
i i .  ms  Northwei t   Cor
.   . ; ���   20  cha'.ns,  i  ence
li   .   th n e    vi   '
re i     li    , to beach, tl
beach  lo  plate  cf com-
���   and   i -iu
CECIL hll.I.AM.
.1. A. LEV IS, Agent,
t, i November 29,  I
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
Westminster  Land   District.
trist of New Westminster.
Ice  I  al   * Unl   E.   l ill
. ��� r, B. c., oci up iti n
Inti nds to applj   I     per-
i pu     ase 1      I ..   de
ads:
���     : i  a  post  plot ted oi
���. I��� ! In      ..      '      on Is-
lnli ;  P.  R.  No   1678 : n I
i.    Dl 'I., rm n's   Noir
... i chai
chain s,
101 e or  less l      i each,
t, and con   Inl
s
CLINT E.  D C   E   M '.X.
.1. A. LEV IS, Agi nt.
vember 28, 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
T
Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
���   tl tl   Li   lie I.   Dicker-
ol  Vai i. er, It. c. occupatl in
lainbernian, Intends to apply for pi i
Be the following di
ng  at  a  pest   planted  on
������ ,. i gide of Sechelt In-
nd    t 11 e northeai t    corner of
��� ' nd marked "I.. L, Dlcl
in,'   Northwest    Corni r,"   thi nee
lialns, thence eas' 20 chains,
ith  50 chains,  11 ence east
dns more or less to the beach,
e i    tl  and west along beach to
. ���  ��� im ni   anl    containing    320
more or le-s.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
.1.  A.  LKWIS,  Agent.
Date November 29, 1910.
Take   not! c   that   an   application
'��������� en made to rei It ter Emma Mc-
i n,    William    Chalmers   McL   i
and  John   E Iward    Valllli e,    as the
. , fee simple, under a tax    , i
di 'I  fn in    C.    eii! er    to   John
MacLaren, bi ai Ing date tbe Lst da      ;
April, a. 11.  i .... ol all and mii ulai
that   i ei tain   i an el  oi   trad   ol   land
. nd i :    nisi      .   ate, lyl      i    I bei
m  t he  I Hsl ricl   ol   New   V. e I ml it
in  the  Pro\ lm e of  British  Columbia,
moi ���   pai       larlj   know a and descrlb-
acres ed a i    of Section 1 '.
Ip  7.
Yo . and th    ���     taimlng tly iugh or
��� ���  .-��� ou   an !   all   i eisnns   i lal
any  interest  in the     ... vir
tue of al        .   ���      tered   I        iraenl
c 1 ai m ii
in  the  said   land   I      descent,
nol  n   : tered under I  i
is ol   the  'Land   i.i" Istrj
��� i ontes t  t he claim
: er   within   I        I   i
te of the first ] ubli-
notl       po , and in
lit i tveal or certl
: ��� led within     ich per-
:      . . i   n  I    '   i ���
i and        i ol       .     .
be   i  ��� ���   ���      ���   '      ed ��� i
. , nj claim to  ir In r,
eet of tin       Id   I  ��� .'. and   I
MacL   en    William
iren   and    J dm    Edward Valil en tee
And   I hi          ...     that ]
i    . e  for  t id; tj   day;   in   a
pn  li    ed    in    New
l mlnstei.  will  bi    ;oi id  and  suffl-
,   rice ti ereof.
Dated  . ���  the  L nd  Regl iti y Office,
New Westminster, Province of Brltl   i
Colun bia,, 1 I:.  day   of   January,
'.. H. 1911.
C. S   KEITH,
I i trlcl  Registrar.
t B. Walworth.
IN THE SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
M in ra  .   |i: i'ii Iff,
\\ ol ti . de
Between    William
and    ll.'iltdd    It,
fendant,
To  Harold  R. Wolste ih iln e, late i I
Mt. Lehman,    ll. C ,    Emploj men!
Agenl.
Take notice   thai  Wil lam    Murray
has   commi m ed   an   ai 11< n   In   t he
Su] : i me Courl Hritli h    Columbia
against  you t he abo\ e n  rae I  I Ii
It.  VVolstenholme to havi   an accounl
taken of whal is due lo him tbe said
lam Murraj   toi   pi Inclpal and In-
i :,   . and    . ... gi   datod
tl e Ifitli daj  ��� i .i"ii ,   '���.; i,  19 0, and
ade i civ,een 3 ou and     e i aid w 11-
Ham  Murray and  11 al   11 e mi rti aj e
i e enfoi i ed  bj    fore Ii a ire   or
: ai, ;
And further take notice thai by a i
order In the said ai t Ion ma le by   i he
Honorable Mr. Justice Gregory on th >
20tb day of Januar;. 1911, sen Ice of a
writ ni summons on j ou was oi di 11 ,\
to in made by publii hini   ni I Ice of i he
said wrll of summons in r.vo issues of
a  weeklj  n< �� .-, apei   publ   ked In the
citj ol New Westminster and for ten
In a daily new s] apei published in
the city of Vancouvi r and t hai sued
publication I e good and i ufflcienl ser-
\ Ice ni i he ������ iid w 111 ol s ummons upon
��� ou and thai  I he tl ne fo   appeal a  ce
to the said ��iii ol Btimmons i e w Iti In
er the last publication
ild nol
. nd i ui ther lake nol Ice   tl al    s   ���
are re niired  within i i hi  days aftei
lhe lai t publii ation ol t he said not! e
n    iid   to cause an appearai   -
to    e entered for you in the said ac
n at the office of the District Rei
- i',, a i at the Court lb
Vancouver, B. <'. i nd     al   n    e'aull
Inl Iff mai  ;
eeod therein at d     idgmenl    may    be
, n in your al   ei   ���
Dated the 27th day of Ji nuary, A.D.
1911.
WADE, VVHEAL1 ER, McQUARRlE &
:TIN,
Si liclb rs for the Plaii
Ri   ���     0 Williams B  Ib In  .  "    Gran-
\ llie S reet, V im    n ei. B, C.
Society
ldge   el ih   mei    w It h
i dm sdaj e\ i i  n
.
and    Mrs,   Si   ne,   ol
in ine i [tj on Mon
lien i rani ��111 bi  I he hostess
at a i i '.'.a esi Ive eu      i    Ills a
*    *   *
.    . i   .. ol   v.
vt ere visitors In t  wn this wi ek.
��   .   ��
Miss Josephine Martin  entertained
the Bewln    ciri e on   rue sdaj   after
D
Dr. and
daj   for  a
lornia.
Mrs.  Doherty lefl on Sun-
month's   holidaj    in   Call-
Mrs. Swinford, of Vancouver, is \is
Mrs. t;.  E, Corh uld for   a few
w< eks.
���   ���   .
V.y. and Mrs. R. ii. Djy ids n returned on 1 tiesdaj : i un a trip In t he up-
per countrj.
*     ���     v
Miss Brl       and Ml ss Naomi Bi
are    spi ndin      the    we< k-end    with
i: lends In Vanco n er.
��   ��   ��
Miss Drummond, ol  Vancouve .
b( en   the  guesl   ol   fl lends  in   the  I I
dui lng i he w eel
Livelihood   for 1,000,000.
lie   a bile   in,Ins: ry   p -oi ides
the me ins ol livelihood for a million
'i , saj'j   i e lh      Weekly,     Fl
i Ik re are     e l asl  plan
-  .
      i onsti u< i lon.    There are
i he  plants  devoti d   to   m ma-
.. king the pai I
tei  Into the motor car.   'i hen are th ���
t hou sand        .....
.   ..:   ns emploj ed  In  t he ma I I
parts.     Then   are tho
engi   ed in the plan of dis
trlbutlon,    Imagine  yoursell   awaken
lng tomon ow moi ning and flndin
w heels ol i lie motor car Industrj
��� d    stop] ed nol to stai
ine     alSO    Bl in al     hundred     tho
workmen suddenly cul  off   from   tho
means of sustenance.    Imagine,
I he result to t lie tradesman, the _
t bai i. the butcher, the grocer, the drj
goods, t he ��lol hing and the shoe man
- " ell as I lie hundred aud i ne Ol h
ers with whom these wages are spenl
io sa> nothing of the stopping of thi
circulation ol the cash beyon i tho
points.
TRIED REMEDY
FOR THE GRIP.
Mrs.   S.  .1.   Thompson,   i :
attended thi   Nai h e Son ���'
the     ii       of Mrs. J. C.
Mr.   and
\ ani iu\ er,
dan, e, bi i:.
I
.    **
]ir. and   Mrs. .1.  H. Jones havi
; irned to i hi Ir home on Roj al avenue,
I a  Ing heen i       i     lon  al  i he   Rus-
hotel for tin   past 1 hi, ,��� wee cs,
Mr, and   Mrs. J.  T,  Chawner
Ham .. a d Wai Swain, of
iver,     ere in  tow n  attend ���
Natii e    Sons' d in e, an i   wei e
Wil-
Van-
Ike
Mi s   W. Law 11 nee J ihnson,
.   aven ie,
*    ��   ��
Mr.  an 1   Mrs    '��� nderson   I ni e   Corbould)   i eturned  from  t heir   v eddin ;
trip la ' :m' ui da; ��� and wen   the guei
ol   ", r   and Mrs. G. E. Corbould for a
. ; mi Th irsd tj  I ir
w 111  rei urn the flrsl   i f
a to Van   raver, whei e I hej  will
permanently.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
Annual Report of the Directors
To be submitted at   the  Ordinary General Meeting  to  be
held at the Head Office en fhe 6th of February,
1911, at 7:30 o'clock p. ni.
sl   i lompany, Limited, b< - to submit
1      ss.
paid  In cash has  been  declared and
, anied as a  RESERVE.
,. '   the diffi rent offices of
It was        ��� te thai
T i  All
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
ti, n   of   not l hwesi
i   arter of Section 16, 1 Ip 12,
Map 893,   n    tho    Distri :    i f Ne
��� ���  tminster.
a pi oof of the    loss    of cer
...   of He     r Fi      .    :.. has  attraction  as Mai     Mannering  In  "A   the ratification of various
been filed In thi   ��� Man's   World"   ska,uld   come   to   thelment.
-mm. ,. is herebj    Ivi n th I  I Bhall,  "; era house the same nl I   e Na-
;  the expiration  cl  oni   mo th  trom       i    Sons'   dame.      Notwithstanding
,  ,   ���,  of the       ' pul Hi   tlon hereo.  tin   great drawing card of the lattei a
In a dailv newspaper published In the  "��� od a idl i njoyed the play, many
City   of New Westminster,    issue   a   at ei u    dance   later.      Anton.
I ��� nol Iced w ei e Mr. and Mrs, T. 11.
Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. G. !���'.. Corbould,
Mr. and Mi .lames Brymner, Mr, and
Mrs. T. .1 Armstrong, Mrs. Coulthard,
Ml Phlllli s. Mrs. C. C. Worsfold.
and Mis. A. Malins
Tlie 1 die, tors of Tl e Pi 0] le's Tr
herewith a rein;-,  of the pasl  year's
A  dl to bi
ibstantial sum of !
' I ��� ill-���   lh,'   late   dale-   i:i   the	
your Compan. were opened, and the hue expenditure naturally Incurred
bj the opening ol tin same, we are I ed i stifled al the results herein
contained. The Companj has bei tti iallj strengthened by the opening
of the several branches, whi, I cilltate the handling of our already
large bu im i, svillini pia ��� . r hands by the rapidly increasing number of shareholders and clie ts. T i Dired rate respectfully urges upon
the shareholdei the lm Annual Meetings to consider
������.   _        ,   the qui   Lions ol moment  and thi ther extension of business, as well as
.Ml   a   m o :
ea Inaugurated by  the  Board  and  Manage-
G. 11. MANCHESTER, M.D., President.
Profit  and   Loss   Account  for   /ear Ending 31st December, 1910.
d i| llcate of the said certificate, unless
In   tbe  meantime  - alid objection    be
do to me In wi Itlng.
C. S. KEITH,
l [strict Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New .Westminster, B. ('.. January
28. 1911
To 1 ih idend Accounl:
Interesl  al   12 per cent, pei  annum on  Paid-up
lated ti om date of payment	
To I'i o] ��� -,.i   Vppropi i ition:
Transfer to Reserve	
To Balam e Carried  Forw ard  	
Capital    calcu-
. .   .   2,262.05
20,000.0 i
11,390 9 ���
t 13 653 nt
Sealed   tenders  addressed   to   the
undersigned,   and   endorsed  "Tender
for steel Tug for Vancouver, B, C.,''
. will t e rei elved until  i :00 p   m., oo
! Monday,   February   L3,   1911,  for  the
construction of a steel Tug Hoat for
LAND ACT.
in tho District
���  466, group 1
Ki .  Westminster:
ereaa proof of the loss of certificate til ������  No.  B870F,  issued    In    the
l.ee   Soon,   l.ee   Ylck   Quon,
ei . tiled in this office.
Notice is hereby given tbat. I shall.
,  expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here.
if, in a daily newspaper published in
tbe City of New Westminster, issue a
II ate of the said certificate, unless
in  the  meantime   valid   objection   be
made to me ln writing.^    _     .,.1TII
District Registrar of Titles,
hand Registry Ofllce, New Westmin-
B  ('., January IT, 1911.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
We are moving from    our   present
��� on Columbia street to 821  Car-
a street, where we will still con-
��� in  the same business of teaming, draving, wood and coal.
e desire to thank our friends for
tke  liberal  patronage  accorded  us  in
Id itand, and trust we wlll still
eel  'hem and a lot of new ones at
��� ew place.
BELYEA & CO.
Office phones, 160 and 7:12.
,: office phone R19.
THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMB'A.
Vancouver, it. C.
Plans, specification and form of eon-
tract can be seen and forms of tender ol,tained at the olllces of H. A.
Bayfield, Esq., Supt of Dredges. New
Westminster, li. C. Wm. Henderson,
Esq., Resident Architect. Victoria, i!.
('., and on application to the Postmaster  at   Vancouver,   B.   C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their nctunl signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the ease of
tirms, the actual signature, the nature of tho occupation aad place of
residence of eacli member of tbe firm
must  be given.
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
banq, payable to the order of the Honourable tho Minister of Public Works,
e<|tial to ten per cent  (10 p. C.) Of the
��� Iamount of the tender, which  wlll  be
forfeited   if  tho  person   tendering  de-
I cllne  to  enter  into  a contract   when
called  upon  to do so, or fail  to complete the work contracted for.    If tbe
tender   be   not   accepted    tbe   cheque
I will be returned.
The   Department   does  not   bind   Itself to accept the lowest or any ten-
I der.
By order,
* If. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department  of  Public  Works. Ottawa,
January   12,   1911. >
Newspapers win n t be paid f it this
advertisement if they inseit It without authority from the Department
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER RERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
The     righl     to     CUt     timber     unde;
license on north No. '.'-'.i. comprising
the following lands iu the Province bf
Hritish Columbia, wlll be offered at
pul,lie auction at the upset price of
$400.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the L'lUh day of Marcli ne\t, at
the office of the Dominion Timbei'
Agent at  New  Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 631, situa'e In
the Province of Hritish Columbia, In
Township 6, Range 27, west of the
Sixtli Meridian, and comprising that
portion of the northeasi qdarter ofl
Section 14, not covered by Berths 4231
and 471. and containing an nren of SO
acies, more or less.
A   license   will   not   be  Issued   until j
the full amount of the purchase price,,
and  the grounl  rental  for    tbe    flrst
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of!
rental, etc., are contained In the |
Timber  Regulations, a  ropy  of  which]
In bono'' of Miss Cotton, who Is to
be married nexl month, Mrs. c. C
Worsfold entertained on Thursday a
number ol n tends al a euchre partj
The hist prize was won by Miss Alma
Corbould; lone hand. Miss Freese, au.l
the consolation by Mrs. Mallns. The
oiinr guests in, luded Mrs Cotton.
Mrs. Crelghton, Mrs. Coulthard. Mrs,
.1 s Clute. Madanme Qauvreau, Mrs. .1
R, Grant, Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs. Ardagh,
Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. Brydges, Mrs.
Davidson, Mrs. .lames Brymner, Mrs.
T.J. Armstrong, Miss M. Mattin. Miss
Bryant (Vancouver), Miss M Cotton,
Miss   Pervur   (Vancouver), and   Mrs.
Sutherland.
*    a    a
The   greatest   social   event    of    the
year, the  Native Sens' dance, is now
a  thing  of the  past,  but  it  will  long
| be   remembered   as   the   most   note-
; worthy and enjoyable dance ever held
'in   Westminster.    The  committee  left
: nothing undone that would ensure its
: sucess.    Tbe floor was In perfect con-
i dition.   anl     Harper's    orchestra    of
'eight  pieces bad never been beard In
i belter selections.   Seldom if ever have
I as    many     handsome    gowns    being
seen    here,      A  few of the most no-
By Net Revenue after deduction dl General Expense, Goodwill of
Wilson, Cook & Co. aud Interest on Depositors' Accounts to December 31st, 1910 	
( I | 6
MU
Reserve Account.
To Balance
By  Proposed  Appropriation from Profit and Loss Account
(33,653 "I
.$2u.non.no
t20.000.0ti
$L'U,I  I)  :
ll'O.OOO.OO
may be secured on appi cation to the  tlceable   were   Mrs.   Richard   Meiirid ���
undersigned, or to the Crown (Timber  (victoria), handsome gown of yellow
Agent at New Westminster | crepe wltl, tunlc of hea()ed ne,.   Mrs
P.O. KEYES,        j William   Allison, black  salln  with  jet
secretary.|trimmings:   Mrs. w. S. Collister. im-
Depnrlment of the Interior,
Ottawa,  December 23rd. 1910.
HADDINGTON   QUARRY
CASE   IS   UP   AGAIN
Balance Sheet as at 31st December, 1910.
Liabilities.
Capital:
A ut hoi ized afion Shares of J100 each 1500,000.00
Subscribed and Issued   2O1.60O.00
Paid-up Capital  .   67,6-10.75
Depositors' Accounts and Interest Accrued to December 31st, 1910  0.011.21
Sundry Creditors:
Insurance Companies $
Clients and General Accounts	
1.619.08
6.272.72
Balances to accrue on Real Estate	
Dividend:
Interest at 12 per eent. per annum on Paid-up Capital
calculated from date of payment	
Reserve:
Proposed Appropriation from Profit and Loss	
Profit and Loss Account	
7.891.80
72,966.68
��� en   T.   A.   Swift,   plaintiff,   anl
William  Cullen  and  John  McDon-
Victorla.  Feh.   2.���Tbe   motion
leave to appeal to tbe privy council by
the defendants  in  the  Haddington Island  Quarry  Company  has   been   re
fused    The   defendants,   thc   Haddington Island Quarry company, F. T. Walker, and  McDonald. Wilson &  Snider.
appeared   against   a   supreme   court
judgment  awarded   to   the   plaintiffs,
and the appeal  was lost  in the R. C.
K. C.
ported gown of pale hlue salln heavily
embroidered    In    floss   of   the   same
shade;  Mrs. Bourne ( Vancouver), pink
crepe de (bine with pearl ornaments;
Mrs. J. R, Grant, white lace over yel-
, low  satin;   Mrs.   F.  Anderson,   a  rich
! yellow  gown   of  ninon  over  satin   of
for I same shade with handsome gold lace;
I Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle, yellow crepe;
Mrs.  Eddy, old  rose satin  with  tunic
of  black  net;    Mrs.  T.  .1.   Armstrong,
green poplin trimmed with mink;  Mrs
McColl, hlack se iiiins net gown;  Mrs.
W. Gifford, handsome white satin with
overdress of silver-beaded net;   Mrs.
1   Yuengling,  nile green crepe de chine
with corsage of gold and silver heads.
Mrs. F. .1. Coulthard, hlack ninon over
white  silk   with  bright   green    velvet
rosettes;  Mrs. ,r. Stillwell Clute, hlack
velvet; Mrs. J, II. Diamond, lemon ailk
2,262.05
20.000.00
11.390.99
$188.163.48
Assets.
Real Estate and office:
Premises	
Sundry Debtors: ^^^h
Local Bills Discounted    $ 1.966.35
Bills Receivable    6,099.90
Open Accounts .,    . 1,418.96
Insurance Premiums outstanding  1,134.58
$ 95,586.17
Dead Offices and Branches, Furniture.
Books and Stationery on hand  	
Automobile  and   Accessories   	
Guarantee Fund	
Equity in Agreements for Sale 	
Cash on hand and In Rank 	
Sealed   tenders   addressed   to   the
aid   .w.ndants | undersigned   and    endorsed    "Tender
Toa!oi,h'mSSS,    late of    Abbots-   for   Posi   Office   Customs  and  Inlan
,,.,,   op     ��� I Revenue Fittings, \etnon, H. i .,    win
tS notice that T.  A. Swift has'be received until 4 p^n   on Tue^ay
ommenced an action In the Supreme ; February  II. 1911, for the WOTK men
Court  of   British     Columbia    against  tinned. . . nsidered  un
tract  dated   the   13th   May,   1919.'with  conditions  contained   In    foims
"hereby  the   plaintiff  agreed  to  sell  furnished hy Department
���nd   the   defendants   agreed   to    pur-1     Plans and speciflqal mn   to   be seen
ise part, one (I) acre of a portion
the southwest quarter of section
' Yenty-two (22), township sixteen
HI), townsite of Abbotsford, district.
1 New Westminster, being re-suh-
division of Abbotsford townsite, and
for specific performance of said con-
'���'��� or In the alternative for determination of aaid contract, and for pos-
tlon of said lands.
\nd further take notice that by an    , -.
:"" made in said action the 7th of  the amount of the tender.
i i iary, 1911, by the Honorable   Mr I %��r   nFSROCIIFRS
���    tice Martin, service of the writ ot "��� & IJKSRCK1!,lp;.1.c.'tai.v
summons on you was ordered to bo . ���._,.,_
made by serving a copy of said writ  Department of Public W0iks
summons, and a copy of said order Ottawa, January 17, Wll.
  to
on application to Mr. F. B, Cossitt,
Clerk of Works, Public Building, Vernon, B. C. Mr. Wm. Henderson. Resident Architect, Victor! i, B, C and at.
the Department of Public. Works, Ottawa.
Each  tender must   he  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank,   payahle   to   the   order   cf   the
'Honorable   the    Minister ��of   Public.
Works, enual to ten  (10)  per cent, cf
court of appeal.    W. .f. Taylor
on behalf of the defendants then went  popun' with 'handsome gold-beaded coi
hefore the court of Appeal with an an-  sage   and    black   satin   girdle:    Mrs
plication for leave to go to privy coun-     "*"
cil.
The chief justice, Mr. Justice Martin and Mr. Justice dalllher heard the
application and were unanimous In de-
the appellants. The
chief justice said, although he was
disposed to grant leave, as his brother
10.619,79
5,786.31
802.77
2.324.35
58.00
54,704.51
18,281.55
S18S.163.48
black satin girdle; Mrs.
Gracey. black chiffon made en empire style; Mrs. J. S. Thompson (Vancouver), dark green and brown
changeable silk; Mrs. J. H. Jones,
hlack velvet; Mrs. Jack Allen, very
handsome hrown velvet, trimmed with
sable and corsage of oriental beads:
Mrs. Henderson, black velvet; Mrs.
Ankeny, dainty gown of pale blue chif-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ \ fon:    Mrs.   Mercer,   red   velvet   with
judges were against it, he did not dis-  point lace yoke; Mrs. Corbould, yellow i
chiffon  over  satin  with  gold   fringe: ||
New Westminster, B. C, January
GEO. F. ELLIS, A
26th. 1911.���Certified correct,
iditor and Accountant, Calgary, Alta.
The dividend is payable at the H ead Office on or after February 7, 1911.
CU 111 *'**     v. . v.-
Miss Wright, light blue crepe de chine
with handsome point lace trimmings,
Miss MacGowan, pink satin; Miss
Peele: yellow crepe de chine; Miss
Lewis, mauve satin with Bllver beaded
over dress; Miss Alma Lewis, white
silk; Miss Alma Leamy, pink satin;
Miss McBride, ' black satin; Miss
Briggs, handsome orange-colored Bat-
of
sent.
Originally the court of appeal held
it had no authority to grant leave to
appeal because of the order-in-eouncll,
promulgated by the privy council, only
gave the old full court  tbe power to
grant leave In British Columbia cases.
Since   then   anew   order-ln-councll,
passed  in  England,  has extended to  i>,,6m    	
the British Columbia court of appeal  in;   Miss Josephine Martin, pale blue
discretlonarypowerstograntleive.lt   satin;   Miss Marion  Martin, old   rose
was  under  this   new   order-ln-councll  satin  ;Miss  Freese, blue   satin   wit!
that  the court  of appeal  refused the  overdress of ninon, .Miss Nunn, pin
, leave asked. Frank Higgins   appears 1  silk;   Miss  Muriel Cotton,   pale   htn
| against the defendants. satin.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.  You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
blue
Columbia Street
New Westminster <
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PAGfc EIGHT.
TO THE MAN
Who Figures Closely
and MAKES HIS
DOLLARS COUNT
WHEN HE BUYS
Builders' Hardware
We oiler him a suggestion
that it would pay him to visit
Our hardware stole first. It i i
no trouble to show our goods.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4,
1911
City News
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood lor $3.00.    Phone 413. �����
Bishop de Pencier will induct Rural
In an Bai tlett as rector of St. Barna
litis church tomorrow morning.
It is the biggesl sale Sinclair has
ever had. **
Six chaiis in o; oral lon at the I lub
shn\in,: parlors.   No waiting.        **
Davies Green \'.<-* ises Is 'he place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R208 **
Ice cream on band, tra A. Keid. next
t ram ollice.    Phone 310.
Ronald Cliff, who has been visiting
eastern cities on a business trip re
turned home this \,,
Three and one-half acres in South
Westminster, close to the bridge, Call
in and get special pi ice and term i.
White, Shiles Ai Co.
Come to the roller rink tonlghl and
witness ihe greal hockey match 'at
10:45, Victoria vs, New Westmlnstei
Admittance, 25c; skates, 25c.
Miss olive Richards, of this city, is
spending a few days in Nana,111 1, visiting  Mis.  Roberl   Adam, of  Victoria j sj0n f>(k
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railwav Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
n/^iKH!iaajHi^
We are clearing out our
Heaters at Cost
this week. We also
have a SECOND-HAND
HEATER RANGE in
first-class condition.
james & McClughan
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress  Suits, Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
load.
Wood!   wood!  wood!     Wood to bum
al  the  Walsh Sash <fc  Do.,,- Factory.
Phone 413. **
We have a speeial designer on Mission Furniture at the Walsh Sasii i-
Door  Factory. **
The  police cells  were  full  of  voluntary lodgers last night.   The application lrom penniless people tire daily
ecoming greater,
Twenty-flve tures on the McLellan
road near Colebrook, $150 per acre;
terms    to   he arranged.    See White,
Shiles & Co. **
All football games in the city leagu >
for today have heen cancelled, owing
to the unfavorable weather an 1
.rounds.
Remember Sinclair's address, Gil-
613 Columbia street Come and get acquainted with our new stand,        **
Girl wanted to work in store. One
who can play piano preferred.   Apply
at once, J. II. Todd's Music Store, Columbia street. **
Don't miss the hockey match at the
roller rink tonight at 10:45, Victoria
vs. New Westminster. Admission 25c;
skates 25c. ���*
Mrs. J. Carter Smith will in future
receive at her new home. 1107 Queens
avenue, on the first and second Tuesdays of each month.
Tlie best kiln-dried wood, a th'ee-
horse load delivered at your shed one
bour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $3.Un.   Phone 413.     **
"The Man of the Hour." described
as a play of laughter, will be presented at tlte Opera house on Friday, February IT, with Harry English ia tli ���
name part.
Women's leggings in hlack f,0c, Sinclair's special for today. **
Do   we   make    Mission    Furniture?
1 Well, 1 should say so. Come and see
1 our latest  designs.    The  Walsh Sas:i
fi Hoot- Co. **
Property owners ! We have buy ers
for a great deal of vacant property ln
the central and westerly pari of the
city at fair prices. He'd, Curtis &
Dorgan, Tor, Columbia street. *���
Th.e city police last night arrested a
I mar. giving his ni me as Fdward Stoddard, on a charge of stealing $35 from
Robert Wilson in the Merchants hotel.
1 The case will come up this morning.
It was no wonder last Saturday was
a busy day at Sinclair's. **
Tie funeral of the 4-months-old son
of .J. Kemsley of Port Moody took place
yesterday to the Church of England
I cemetery.    Kev. A. Dunlop, of Burnaby, officiated at the religious services.
A number of the members of tbe local council of women wlll attend the
annual meeting of the Vancouver
council in St. Andrews church. Vancouver, on Monday afternoon. The
session commences at four o'clock.
.hist look in his window and on his
biirgain tables. **
The hockey match is the great event
tonight at the toller rink at 10:45.
Victoria vs. N'ew Westminster. Admission 25c; skates 25c, **
The ladies aid of Olivet Baptist
church will hold an afternoon tea at
tbe home of Mrs. Silas Fader, corner
of Park How and Second stieet, ou
Tuesday from 1! to 5:30 p. m. A musical  program has been ananged.
Theie is money in these at present
prices. Eighty acres of good land In
Bectlon T, township 2. on the Williams
road, for $100 per acre, one-third cash
and the balance over two years; also
ten acres in Fast Delta, facing on tlie
Scott road, $200 per acre, one-third
cash, balance 6, ]2. IS and 24 months
See White, Shiles fc Co. **
Posters inviting boys and men to
join the Canadian navy will be displayed in the postofflce and placardeJ
on hoardings in this city next week.
The poster says there are vacancies
In the seaman class for boys from fifteen to seventeen years of ag/i, who
have to put in two years at the naval
training establishment, for stokers
from eighteen to twenty-flve years of
age. and no experience necessary.
There are a few berths In the sick
berth rating, for waiters and stewards
who must he under twenty-live years
of age on entering, and for enginero un
artificers, joiners, carpenters, plumbers, painters, coopers, electricians
and others, who musl he under twenty-eight, years of age,
Ten acres of good land one and nne-
quarter miles from ( loverdale, half
mile from school and church. Three
acres under cultivation, 250 fruit trees,
modern seven roomed house, wired for
electric light, telephone in the house.
The price Is $4500, with cash payment
of $1500, and llie balance can run over
a period of six years. See White,
Shiles fc Co. **
Lauder recitals today,    In    St. Pat-
's- rlck'B hall. 3:30 and 8:30 p.m.    Vdmis
~ '""-    Course tickets $l.i n for four,
on sale at doorj
The next auction sale of government
I limber will take pia e In the crown
I timber agent's offii e at two o'clock
on March 29. The license to cul lim
her on berth 531, In 1 iwnship 5, range
:.',". consisting of eighty acres, wlll be
offered for sale at an i.p.-et price of
$400.
Why   burn   up   money    by    burning
coal,   when   you   can   gel   a   Ida    three
horse load of dry wood delivered at
>our house one hour after you order it.
for    $3.00.      Walsh    Sash    &    Door
���^1
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
ntinued
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCED TO
$1.75
PER SACK    \Z:
Today's advertisement will
spread the news ol'the continuance
of our big' alteration sale. Alterations to our store, according to
present indications, will not be
completed inside of three weeks.
Thousands of dollars' worth of
winter goods remain on our shelves,
odd lines and left-overs; they must
be cleared out. Price TICKETS
throughout the store tell the story
of low priced offerings. Watch
our advertisements in the daily
papers. Visit the store as thousands have done during the past
few weeks, and vou will find that
our inside displays are interesting,
and provide many money-saving
opportunities.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store  for Women's Wear
The
Royal Back of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Hank luis 175 branches,
extending In Canada trom the
Atlantic tu Uve Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Itieo, TinLnldad, Bahamas,
NEW VOKK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
lit nits ls��ued without delay
on all the prliicd-pal Towns and
��� Cities In the World.
These   excellent   conn^-tlmis
afford  every   banking  facility,
iJU'ew  Westminster Branch,
t/AWFORD RlCHAROSON.Mgr.
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***
FRUIT AND POULTRY RANCHES 1
CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
Unusual circumstances enable us to oftfir fiv* fiveaere blocks at a
price below Ihe markel value. These blocks are located In the most
fertile belt of bench land In Surrey. They are close to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make fl rot-class fruit and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil rich and de-p.
Price, $125.00 per acre
Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms,  one-quarter cash;   balance   in   ���
three payments.
|     INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leav,e  New Westminster for  Vancouver:    5, 5:60, 6:20, 6:50, i -
auel every baW hour 1 hereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 ami everj ���
hour until ll p. m.
I FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
K\i>ne��iR  car* leave  New  Westminster for Vuncouitver at 7:20a.O.,l
a. m, and 3:20 p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City. n     .���.(e,i
20-minute service from ."' 40 a. ra. until   11:20    P-    ni.     Sunday���iM���      1
service  f 10111   S  a.   in.   untll   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton: Mrain'M
20-mlnute sendee from 6:10 a. m. until   11:30   p.  m      Hunday--ltD
service fiom  8:10 a. ra. until   11:30 p. m.
_ULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTFR   ERA fJC !. .^
Trains leave  New  Westminster for  Vancouver at  7K and ever.  Imur
After up to 11 p. m., connecting at Eburne Junction foi- Steveston.
I SUNDAY    SERVICE: v b3]|
I Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S a. m. am!   evei)
hour thereafter up to  11  p. ni.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster -I:  16 p. ni.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a. m. and fi p. VL**.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
rt & Co., Ltd.}
Chilliwack
Aldergrove *}
4-Roomed House
Furnished for one hundred dollars
    $100.00
CASH   OR CREDIT
We do   Upholstering
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
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