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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.: m   !'l "Ml1 ���[������:������'������ I  _
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 231.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   II.C.   FRIDA Y MORNING, MARCH 8, 1911.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
RECIPROCITY TALK
LENGTHENS SESSION
BELIEVED CORONATION IN JUNE
IS THE ONLY THING THAT CAN
PREVENT CANADIAN PARLIAMENT SITTING ALL SUMMER.
TYPHOID EPIDEMIC IS
NOT ABATING IN CAPITAL
i ��� .. i March :i.���The reciprocity
debate dragged on yesterday afternoon and indications are that the discussion will be prolonged far into the
jewioc probably lengthening the ait-
. .     ,,   ond first intentions.
ll [j  believed   that   the  coronation
George  and  Queen   Mary    in
.   only ibin.   that can pre-
ien. ii., house sitting all summer.
. ... man. Liberal member
for Wt llai d, I mt.. lias declared against
the bill. Ile llas advised Sir Wilfrid
Laurier to stop reciprocity where it
novi Btands, and has contended that
'.,, prime minister, when attending
perlal conference in London,
should arrange with the British gov-
ernmcrit for free trade within the empire.   Tbat   kind   of reciprocity    be
favored.
Possible Changes.
Washington, March 3. ��� l'nited
States Consul Foster, of Ottawa, is
here in answer to a summons from
Presld nt Taft to confer with him
with retard to possible amendments
to the reciprocal agreement. It Is reported tbat a member of the Dominion
cabinet is on bis way to join in tlie
conference.
Victims Number Twenty a Day���Cases
Reported Since January 12 Total
771���Cause Unknown.
to
Ottawa, March
be as far
3,
���This city seems
away as ever from the
solution of the causes of the typhoid
fever epidemic. Yesterday, as every
otber day, showed an increase in tlie
number of cases.
The authorities are admittedly nonplussed.
There have been TTI cases reported
to the health  departmen
ary 12, and daring the
the  increase   has    averaged    twenty
every twenty-four hours.
FOUR THOUSAND MEN   SPECTRE Of DEATH     I��� OF col. scon _ WILL TRY TO SWING
ARE READY TO STRIKE!    STALKS OVER CHINA
DIED VESTEHBAV EVENING
TRADE TO VANCOUVER
IF AGREEMENT BEING DRAWN UP   THIRTY
IN CALGARY DOES NOT PLEASE
MINERS AND MINE OPERATORS
TROUBLE WILL  ENSUE.
of    a
agree
nt since Janu-
last  few  davs
A.   S.
CLASSY  STORE.
Mills
&   Co.   Open   High   Grade
Clothing Establishment Tomorrow.
"Fashion   Craft"  clothes,  for  tliose
| who belong to tbe "worth while" class
i of young men, wll] have an innings in
Westminster, as from tomorrow night,
j when Messrs. A. S. Mills <t Co. an-
I nounce the formal opening of their
I elaborate store at HIT Columbia street.
j The shop, which is a model of what a
place of this kind should he, will be
welcome addition    to    tlie
stores of this city, and Mr. Mills
has   had   considerable
. this line of business
Bomln
Calgary, March 3.���The first
series of meetings to draft an
ment to take the place of the agreement between tlie Western coal operators and District SS of the United Mine
Workers of America, wbicli expires on
.March 31, was held here yesterday
afternoon, when the executives of the
two parties discussed the proposition
for several hours.
No trouble is expected, but if tlie
outcome is not satisfactory to both
sides, four thousand men will go on
strike or be locked out.
The meetings are expected to last
about a week.
THOUSAND HAVE SUCCUMBED TO PLAGUE OR HUNGER���AUTHORITIES NOW CENSORING   NEWS.
Pioneer Woman Lived In Westminster
District Over Fifty Years���Leaves
Forty-three  Descendants.
?i.���Famine
Peking,      March
plague are believed   .^  �����  0,,.c
over the  whole of the Chinese
pi re
Tl
311,(1(1(1,
mail
The official
After an Illness lasting a little over
a  week,    Mrs.  Elizabeth    Ann    Scott.
relict of Colonel .1. T.  Scott,  passed
an(j j away  yesterday  evening at the resi-
to  he  spreading I <lpnce   of   her   daughter,   Mrs.   R,   B.
em-   Kelly, 816 Kennedy street, this city, in
  _B   I her seventy-first year.    Acute gastritis
The known deaths to date number I 's siven as the Immediate cause of the
and an average of 200 a day I old lady's demise,
is maintained. Deceased leaves seven children
bave adopted a policy: Jhiny-six grandcl
of suppressing
clerk     McMillan     expected*
HERE TODAY to POINT OUT
ADVANTAGES OF TERMINAL
CITY MART TO FAF.MERS.
Mr.
McMillan,   who   lias   recently
been appointed to the charge of
Vancouver markets,
city  this
 ^M
of whom
  ldren,  all ^^^^^
news, and efforts are   ,ivo  in  "lis  province.    Her    children
being made to prevent the true condi-
famine
is    no
DERELICT COMES ASHORE.
tions from becoming known.
Communication   with   the
and  plague stricken  districts
longer unrestricte.i.
HELD   AS   WITCHCRAFT DOCTOR.
Cantations  Over  Child  Who  Was    III
are J.
Kelly.
Old
French   Warship    No    Longer   a
Menace   to   Navigation.
London. March 2.���The derelict old
A  French warship Richelieu, which was
... _. a  sold   to   be   broken    up.   and    which
clothing   broke away from tugs in tlie Bay
'""  whoi Biscay, will no
Over  Child  Who  Was
Ruined    Mother's    Health.
Reading,     Pa.,     March
Palm was arrested toda.)
R. Scott. Coquitlam, Mrs. K. B.
Westminster, Mrs  F. A, Kelly,
Kamloops, Mrs. John Morrison, Port
Moody, I., r. Scott. Coquitlam, Mrs. L.
K. Irvine, Westminster Junction, and
\V. Scott .Coriuiilam. With one exception tlie children were present,
when their mother breathed her last.
The late Mrs. Scott was one of the
oldest pioneers of this    district,    her
wares   t Iur.
to Vancouver,
avers. I_>
Ottawa,   March    3��� Hon.  W.  Mackenzie King, minister of labor, is said
to be about to leave for Washington to
{confer with  President  Taft  with  re-
I gard io possible changes in the red-
I procity agreement    King was in the
house lust night, and, as  far as can
u- learni I, bas nol yet left the city.
Taft Says "No Compromise."
Washington, March 2.���On authority
from tbe White  House, of  a  person
although    bios-1 of the Scilly  islands during a storm  Palmer    prescribed
out   for himself  for the  first  this   morning, and   for  a  time  there  did not im
nine, has all the accumen behind him.   was the greatest  excitement   here
, The  premises,  winch  are  finished  in \ the storv was tbat a large liner
the Mission style, show that the new  sumahlv one of tlie ves 	
��� firm have a taste for the best and bind Line, was being wrecked Tie
only the best, and this motto will be ' mendous seas were pounding over her
carried out in every line of goods they and the masts and funnels had been
carry.- The leading clothing houses swept overboard. There was great rein the east will supply exclusively to ||ef when it was definitely ascertained
Messrs. Mills and already contracts that tbe vessel was tbe old French
lune been entered into between this warship.
firm and tbe
2 pimer! husband having come to this place in
charged with  1869"   Thp la,e colonel was for "iany
practicing   witchcraft   as   a "Hexeral f"" a weUlJm��!? W '? .tW8 C��f*
doctor."   causing   the   nervous    break- \**** considerable in erest in  public
down of a mother because of bis can- ******** ��*v��"    y '," '  ��     *\ 1>a>'
.  .. -  - -     - - i**^*******1     celebration, he having been maste
for    over    forty
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _   on
medicine   wbicli
......      ���-.       ..       II.U111M .',    ,..,*������,        *,l       111. I    .111
of  tations over her child.    Mr. and Mrs.
u  uigs  in  iue   nay  oi tations over ner child.    Mr. and  Mrs.   �������"��"��"���"�����",
 .onger be a menace to John Maddiman are the parents of a1 ceremonies    .��.     ��,.��,    ���'"'>-.*
experience   in : navigation.    She went ashore on one year-old child who had the marasmus.; V   ,"     ,,1'? , a\,  ���'  M
^^^ B_i���,_��      ii.���a      >:_.���.._    ...,.,.,. I Sundav. February li    !'������><
chief tailoring dealers In
States. ___T^
.-_ prove the case.   Then he is
  , as  said to have told the mother the baby
large liner, pre-j would not get well because somebody
ssels of the Ley- in the house had put a "spell" on it.
���,*ror.h.,rt t,r,. ������] c;m break every bone in the body
of tbe person who verhexed the child,
and, that, too. by saying a few words."
This talk preyed on the mind of the
mother of the child and her health began to fail. The husband promptly
had Palm arrested.
Sunday. February lfi. 190R.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott were the first
persons to build a frame house in this
city.
ihe funei'l arrangements bave not
yet been made.
tne
is expected in Uie
morning and  will endeavor
to carry out his program to have the
dealers   who   bring   theli
way carry them through
where better prices can, li
commanded.
Mr. McMillan, who comes to the
coast with a big reputation from hbt
native Scotland, has during his brief
tenure of office in Vancouver, nude
many improvements and. with permission from the council of that city, will
visit all the outlying districts and endeavor to bring home to the farmers
and traders that the markets of tho
larger city are the only markets for
tliose classes wbo live by the weekly
sales.     It   is  part   of   Mr.   McMillan".
scheme  to have a  two davs' market
iasier or ...     , .
vears    eac" week, instead of one. as now of��-
oody on  ,ai"f- (. .       .
The question as regards the encroaching of Vancouver officials on
this ground is one that will be doulif-
less watched hy those who have the
best interests of Westminster at heart-
Will Meet Indians.
Victoria. March 3.���An appointment
had  been  made  by   Premier  McBride
for  receiving  several   delegations    oi
the l'nited       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A  specialty  wlll  be made of ready
made  clothing  and  from  a  close  in
        spection of the stock already on ban
close to the   president,   the    l'nited  n |s a pretty safe prophesy to
iy that
f a. s.
success will attend the efforts
Mills & Co.
The flrm have engaged an orchestra
which will play selections tomorrow
evening.
MOTHER OUTDONE.
Press is able to unqualifiedly announce
today tbal only the passage of    the
ICanadian reciprocity   agreement   will
I prevent an extra session of congress.
President Tafl understands that the
[ report is being circulated that be will
be Batlsfled if be gets a vote on recti
procity, even 11 the proposition is de-.
fwi'1    It I   Bt   'ed authoritatively. In ������ -       ^
1 contradiction of this,  that     no    com    Cooking Demonstration by Mi<s Fergu-
BCCeptable    as Presi- son Is Lesson Worth While.
dent Taft fe<    that he has the power      "Mix   the    ingredients,   sift twice,
to .,- thi -e of the agreement,  work In the butter and lard with the
I tips of die lingers, gradually the liquid
I will be dissolved���and there you are "
With a few    pleasantly    expressed
words and  a  pleasing  presence,  Miss
Kathleen   Ferguson,  one  of  the  best
known cooking "demonstiatresses" la
the old country, opened a season   on
Westminster  yesterday   afternoon    in
I the Cunningham rooms, Sixth street.
[ HAWAIIAN PADDLES     !
ON PLANK THREE DAVS
FIRE LOSSES IN
CANADA ARE HIGH
lie qnerf-
northern  land
CAPTAIN  OF SCHOONER  SUNK   BY   PERCENTAGE  OF  LOSSES DURING
LIGHTHOUSE TENDER SAVES
HIS LIFE AFTCR FLOATING FOR
OVER  SIXTY   HOURS.
1909  WORK  OUT  AT    $2.70     PER
'HEAD���IN   ENCLAND  IT'S  ONLY
33 CENTS.
HUNG SEASON ENDS
EISHERS IN DEBT
| NANAIMO FIRMS LOSE MONEY,
WHILE OTHERS SHOW NO PROFITS FOR CURING WORK OF
YEAR JUST CLOSING.
Toronto, March 3���At    the    annual
meeting of the Mutual    Flre    Underwriters' Association of Ohtaiio yesterday,   Presldenl   Purves.  in  liis  annual
address, said that in  1903 213 persons
had been burned to death in Canada,
while the lire losses had amounted to
119,000,000,   an   average   of   |2.70   per
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     head of the population,
day   afternoon,   having  saved   hlnuielf      The   fire  losses   in    Great     Britain
by grasping a plank when bis schooner   worked out to a percentage of only 33
sunk.    lie paddled the whole distance   c ^^^^^^^^^
from    Molokai,      When    he    reached  t
Nanaimo, March 2.���So   poor   have
| the catches of those engaged   in   the
herring Bahlng Industry been this soa-
. son that many  Ushers will  end   the
year In debt while others barely made   Ferguson
Honolulu. Hawaii. March 3.���The
government lighthouse tender Kukui
ran down and sank the schooner Moi-
wahatne, of Molokai. on Monday night.
The crew of seven men perished,
the tender being unable to come to
their nssistaiK e.
_._.__.-, ���, ,,     ._������.       Captain   Mana,  the  only   man   wbo
thc  Cunningham  rooms.  Sixth  street _,,,  (le.)t1l   cached   l.anai   yester
and if one may judge trom the in tial  da_,  uf(ornooll>  hav|,1K 8UVe,|   bimseli
lesson or lessons given to a good sized
attendance.  Miss  Ferguson    has    not
come to these parts before her time.
The  food   that   mother  used  to cook
lookpd weak alongside the attractive
dishes turned out  In quick    time    by
MlBB Ferguson, but when It is remem
bered   that   this    expert     has     been
schooled  and   has    lectured    in    the,
leading    institutions    of    the    world
there is not  much cause for wonder-
"in manv wavs one could term Miss
'a  wizard, as she turned    a
Funeral of Jessie Roy
The funeral of the late Jessie Roy.
the   fourteen   year  old    daughter    of    r>   ���*.,..,��.   mn^.
Peter Hoy, and which took place from  Indians at noon today from the north
the  residence  of  her parents on  Ash  ern districts, wbo wish to see t
street on  Wednesday  was largely  at-   ,ion   of   lho   status   of   	
tended   and   the   floral   offerings."    as  ,i,les reopened,
will  be  seen  from the  following  list,
were numerically of a grant array.
Employees Koyal City mills (factory
department), pillow; employees of the
Royal City  Planing mill, wreath:   K.
J. Rickman, cross; Miss Clark and her
j class,  wreatlr.   Jessie's  classmates  of
| entrance class.  1910, tbe officers and
members  of  Juvenile Templars.    Jessie's  Bunday  school  class.  Howell    &
Oddy, Mrs. Troup. Mrs. Cormack. Mr.
an '   Mrs.  U.  Hoss, Alfred Oakley.  Mr
I and Mrs. Goranson, Mrs. Allen Shaw,
Mr    and   Mrs.   .1.   W.   MacDonald.   Mr.
Mirt   Mrs.  Bangster,  Mr, and  Mrs. R.
! Miles. Mrs. A. Gaudin, LoIb M.  Macdonald,  Misses C. and F. Powell, Mr.
and   Mrs.   Kd.   Storme.   Mr.   and   Mrs.
Uuuy,   si .   Mrs.   ���   Hudson,  Mr.  and
Mrs. J. Ross. Alice and  Beatrice M*
Brooin, Trilby McKlroy. .Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory, Mr. and  Mrs.  Kd. Qlanvllle,
Mr. antl Mrs. K. G. Hill, Mr. and MM.
William Dundy. Annie Thrussell, Kennedy and Gilbert Adams, Mrs. Stride,  Jur-V-
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Johnson,  Mr. and
Mrs. James Riach, Mr. and Mrs. J. P
HE   TORE   STATE BREECHES.
Tripped   Over   Aide's   Sword   on Way
to   Open  Nova Scotia Legislature.
Halifax. X   S.. March 2.���A routurk-
able  incident occurred this  nfteriicwm
as Governor MacGregor was about  <r��
leave the government  house to open
the legislature.    In some way he trip
ped over the sword of one of his aiiles-
ii-eanip.     The    Hidden   movement   to
attempt   to avoid a fall  was  so great
that  the bieecbes of  his honor's  urns'
Windsor   Uniform    were    ripped    from
tbe knee to tbe thieh.    It  was oni.
minute  or  two  of  the  time  for   tlio
governor's  appearance  at   tlie legislative hall, but there had to be delay tf.*
give time to effect temporary repairs,
and  the crowd  around  the  legislative
chamber had iiuite a long wait.    The-
���nor   sustained   no    rerscnal    fn~
l.annl he was completely exhausted,
having been In the water for sixty
hours.
worked out to a percentage of only 33 Douglas, Mrs. Robert Douglas, Bella
���ents per head, while on the whole of and Mnrv mr anj jjrs o. Adams, Mr.
he   American  continent   these     were  a|)|J   Mrs'   M    T   Tupper.  Mrs.  Lizzie
Douglas" Beua MOftlS IS HEAD OF
..   . j_ ���   \,.. .
computed at $2.30,
Fire disasters in the l'nited States
during the past year ran up to the
staggering total loss of $860,000,000,
of  $50(>  for  every  minute  for  every
expenses.   No vear in SKKT*  **& ���-����n* -j*Jg f^K
the herring industry has been so dis- and'then   urne'^ into a daint> UK
STUS-,,,e ���,hat closes t0";!.8 awSRfflS���.,��� ahUuhy
Approximately 7000 tons of herring  looking supply .SjJj^jCffJS
were caught and cured here this sen-  cults made the luckj participants wi.n
"   for more.
To   Succeed   Corey.	
New York, March 3.���Perclval Koh- twenty-four hours'of each day.
erts .lr. of Philadelphia, a director of ������	
the l'nited Stales Steel corporation,
was elected to the finance committee
of the corporation today to succeed
William K. Corey, retired, formerly
president of the corporation.
WANT   TANNERY    BUT
OBJECT TO THE SMELL
Archibald, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. A. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Grimston. Mr. and Mrs. J. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. McColl I Vancouver), Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace (Vancouver). Mr. j
ami Mrs. F. Jackson. Miss Minnie1
Douglas, sprays: Mr. and Mrs. A. Ram:
say, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. John Linn
and family, crown.
EMBEZZLED   $30,800,000.
Initiative   and   Referendum.
Olympia, Wash.. March  2.���The Initiative   and   referendum    bill,   which
lias already  passed the house, passed
1 senate yesterday by a vote of
, to 7.
SUMAS DYKING SCHEME
15 VERY MUCH ALIVE
��nn again-- 28,000 tons last year and
1i'- seas ���, .> ; almost six weeks behind that of last year. Although appearing in big BChools in the Gulf of
Georgia  near   Departure    Bay    mote
"an a month ago, the flsh did not en-  um    .
'er the 1     oi   until two weeks later,  ,i10 SCnate yesterday
mi thi: mall catches were  re
potted.
ittrlbute their had luck
to 'he grea   depth at which the  her-
li '     When the tish tinall-'
rt ire   Bay   and    Pender
Harbor i     ,   the Gulf ol Georgia, they
the nets.    One fisher-
Ban, wbo    .. engaged In the herring
tadnstrj        more than ten years, attributes ii,.  poor run and  the depth
������' Ush were found to the In
creasing number of gasoline launches
epntlnuon cruising on Departure
^ay ami lender Harbor.   These noisy    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l!"���" boal    i- is said, frighten the flsh] 	
'!"'"'' ' ���'>'���' hevond the reach o'.\ __w��- ..h��ma
''' >eln       | .thers attribute the small I     The Sumas  Prairie  d> king scheme
decrease in the number of  is still very much alive and a meetmg
��WH.      Whales feed   upon  herring  ,��� connection was he d las   evening In
aM * the   fishing  season,  It,  is   Vancouver.    It is not likely. ��0W*ve��
8fla';l  dri      |:l,-ue schools of tbe little  that any  active work  wil     be    com
(s" Int    the shallow harbors,  where  menced    at    the    present    Jun< ure
\Kz leviathans will not venture.      ' though It.    Is understood   tlat .plans
Prices  ranged  from  $1.50 to   $l.��B  of construction and othei  details ar..
��r hen - i brought to the curing es-  receiving attention.
Ntshmenta  this season     This  is a      Several    enjoyable    dances      nave
-se  over S year's mar-  been held in the **&**%.'$%*
���ket As.,���,, j thp paat couple of months, one of tn
���   lish are salted and cured   most pleasing took  place recently tn
-nipped   to  Seattle  and  Ta-   the mountain school house.   The engi
111'I   transferred   to   outhoun 1   neers in charge or   tne v.. ��.
he Orient, where the pro
' ready market.
Plans   of   Construction   and Other Details are  Receiving  Attention���
Smallpox Victim Recovered.
MADE   MEMENTOS    OF    LOCUSTS.
Pennsylvania   Mar    Has   Unique    Reminder of  Former Visitation.
Bethlehem, Pa., March 2.���James O.
Kitchline, a veteran resident of Nortli
Bethlehem, hns a uniipie rellr of the
invasion of 18Xf> of seventeen-year locusts in this vicinity. When locuts by
the million overran the country there
be spent his spare time gathering the
Insects. Then at his leisure time he
made a wreath and a star.
The wreath is composed of locusts'
wings arranged In flower and leaf
fashion. The star's center Is also composed of locuts' wings The background of the star Is made of leaves of
locusts' wiims.
Tlie wreath and star stand two feet
high by three feet wide, and this ia
but one of many novelties made by
Mr. Klchline, who is seventy years
old.
Centralis. March a.���Although  the
ritles of Centralis and Chehalis are on 	
m mm mmm
Delcasse  Is the    Only    Well    Known.
Public Man in Cabinet���Socialist
Malvy Under Secretary.
the
time  trying to locate  in one of
places.
i     The tannery people want a spot on
the main railway  line, and there    is
some opposition because of the malod-  yui   ,,���., 	
oions nature of the industry. i with him. all heing charged with em
The men are Fred W. Cummins and   bezzlemeiit   during the  liquidation  of
Cyrus Kerrigan, o�� Seattle, and Frank! t|lp   property   belonging   to   religious
orders, it was stated that the embezzlements charged against tlie accused
reached a total of $30,800,000.
ligloua Orders in France.
Paris.   March   2.���During   the   proceedings in the court of cassation in
regard to what court will try Liquidator Duez and the three men accused  Cruppl.
^^^^^^^m    .Minister
Berteaux.
Paris,  March 2.���With one   or   two
! overnight   changes   the   new    French
Re-  cabinet  has been completed and was
| announced today as follows:
Premier  and   Minister of the  Interior���Antoine Ernest Mollis.
Minister   of   Foreign   Affalrs^-.Ieatr
a.0 * ������	
lv Thompson, of Tacoma.
COMSTOCK    OBJECTS   TO
LINGERIE   WAX   MODELS
of War���Henri Matn-fc-e
of Marine���Theophile l>el-
of   Finance���Joseph   Cait-
'veto bill is read
for a second time
New York, March 2.���The latest activity of Anthony Comstock, secretary
of the Society for the Suppression of
Vice, is against the wax figures which
pose in  the show windows of lingerie ^^^^^^^^^
dealers    and    dry   goods   merchants 	
along  Broadway  and   Fifth  avenue.
As a result of several complaints re- Asquith Commits Measure to Commit
reived  hy  hls society.  Mr. Comstock I
_ -   I announces that tie has served notices
_x ., _ T.7"1". i on  the offending  merchants that  the
Strikers   Resume Work. fic|n_,s ^ hp renlnved.    Hp inform.
Chicago,    March    2.-The   striking  p(1 the dealers that thev would be lia-
com posi tors on the Chicago Examine-  hlp t0 arrest and tried, and If convlct-
and  the  Chicago  Evening   American, ed. to fine and Imprisonment, if they
returned to work today, following the  permitted  the wax  women to appear i UDU����� ..,��� .__	
action yesterday of the Chicago Typo-  nnv longer in public.   The merchants,] bill passed vesterdav bv a majoritv of
graphical   union   in    calling    off    the it is said, promotly agree,! to comply ll-"        ^^^^^^^^^^^^B
'nk,v with Mr   ComstocL's wishes ^^���
Ministei
casse.
Minister ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
laux.
Minister    of    Public    Instruction���
Jules Adolphe Theodore Steeg.
Minister of  Public  Works���Charles
Dumont.
Minister    of    Agriculture  ���  Jules
Pams.
Minister of Colonies���Adolphe Mea-
simy.
Minister of Labor���Paul  Boncour.
Minister   of   Justice���Antoine   Pcr-
rler.
Minister of Commerce���Louis V. A-
P. Masse.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Jt   The under secretaries are:    Interior;
  j Wile  Constant;   justice  and  worfiihip,
' Louis  Malvy.   posts   and   tefffgresilw,
London, Marcli 3���After a four days'   Charles Chaumet;    arts,    Henri'   OuJ-
debate the second reading of the veto  ardin-Beaumetz.
'""   "    "*      M. Antoine Perrier is the onfy nw
member of the French cabinet whose
tee of Whole House���Chamberlain's Amendment Defeated.
A tter
'key an
fonia
piers i'm
dun tintSi
Pitt Meadows to be Site
of Vivian, City Beautiful
name has not before appeared as a.
probable choice. He is a senator and
radical Republican. He was barn li��
183fi.
Jules Pams bas been substituted,
since yesterday, for M. Masse for (h��
post, of minister of agriculture. He
was born in 18fi2, and has been io
the sennte since 1905.   He Is a law_��r
^a^**a^^^^^a****************a*********m      Rn<' rndical  Republican.
Washington,    March   2���Interstate      M. Masse, who becomes minister ��T
Austen Chamberlain's amendment to
the measure was defeated by a majority of 1-1.
After the vote had been taken
Premier Asquith committed the veto
bill to tlie committee of the whole
house.
Railroads   Will Be   Good.
readjust-
C N. R. Changes Line.
���femtcfrla:  M*r<* 3--B.   a
th.       thw line of the ^a"""1'1111 Nor'
ll    n Pacific on  Vancouver Island, It
"I'lerstood  the  railwav  will    now
I "Klrt
il house,     i ne enw i
the C. N. Ft, con-      A  party of    Vancouver   capitalists  and the continent. nasum. ion.    ��,*,*,*.   -.          m, m���oc
striietion were the hosts and every de- yesterday closed a deal whereby they I Tl>e place will be known ns Vivian, Commerce Commissioner Franklin K. commerce, is a member of the rtom-
tall was attended to with excellent. " irpha8ed seVeral hundred acres of ��ft6L "enry v'vlnn- ,he Rn6"f M- p; La��e toda>; l^lcted that the rail- her of deputies. He is a radbal Sto-
taste  even down to bouquets of now-  * Meadows   nnnonite    the1 for Rlrkenhe(u1- who Wlls on the coa8t  ,-��ads would ful,y 8ubmit to tlle re('e,u clallst and is forty years of age.
taste, e\en now.. (,and at PUt Meadows, opposite    tho| a fpw montll8 ag0 and who ,8 one of rate decision of the commission with-,     Lou)8 Malvy, who had been rcisnwt
the strongest advocates o_ open spaces in one week.   Representatives of east- a8 under secretary of   the    mfni'.s-frv
and city beautifying. j ern and western railroads," Lane said, 0f justice and  worship,  is a  rartv-al
The promoters of the scheme do not 'already have informally notified the  Socialist and was one of thoso    wbo
desire their  names  to be, know,    at   commission   that   they   will    comply  led the attack  in  the    chamber   ef
land at Pitt Meadows, opposite    the
property purchased feme time ago by
the
Bad i [
lince,!.
the railway  will
I
the westerly, as flrst
ers tor each lady gue*t
CnirL\ of n visitor 'from Sumas City, I    it Is the intention of the purchasers
Wash.,   he  Has now quite recovered:
liiiatp-'"" ?aaterlJ shore of Sooke lake
an
te recovered. fa tran8f0rm the land into a garden th   pre8ent tlme> but it is understood with  the decision, and there   is   no deputies on    Premier Briand    ������*���
Rowing to "prompt isolation amilot- ed and p,aUed    after    the thatyEnK,l8h capltai Is largely Interest- doubt in my mind that others wlll fol- resulted  In the    retirement    of   *J��
tentlon the disease spread no further .    *                   ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ed ^ (1)e 1)ropos,Uon. low suit. Briand ministry
in this neighborhood.
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PAGE TWO
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH,
1911.
Wants
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
(A) TEN roomed house with two lots,
close to Sixlli street, below Fifth
avenue.   Only $4200.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIS'
wiili   housework  and care  for  children,   One who can sleep at homa
preferred. Apply BM Seventh street,
or telephone 376.
(B) TWELVE LOTS in west end.
$500 (-ach. One-third cash, balance
six  and twelve nionlhs.
WANTED���AN    APPRENTICE,    AP-]
ply tu the Ladies' lluirdressing parlors.
  j
WANTED���YOUNG MAN, WITH
good education, to worls in real
estate office. One who is willing
to work. Apply W. J. Kerr, New-
West minster, B.C.
(C) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot; on Fourth avenue, near
Sixtli street. $3600. $600 cash,
balance over two years.
FEMALE SUIFRAflE AS
HELP TO MOTHERHOOD
Colorado  Woman  Legislator   Says    It
Would   Tend   to   Improve
the   Home,
(D) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, twg houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
sireet and 165 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,5t)0. $2000 cash,
balance over five years at 7 per
cent.
WANTKD���SITUATION BY YOUNG
girl to care for children or housework,    Box 7, Daily News office.
(E) FIFTEEN acres at city limits,
Lulu Island: all cleared and cultivated.   At $850 per acre.
WANTKD���A YOUNG MAN WITH Aj,,.,, , im^t/MVI   o    urnthnv
knowledge  of   real   estate    and    ac-! KELLINGTON   &  HENDRY
quainted with the city.   Apply P. O.
box 876,  New  Westminster.
Real Estate. Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New  Westminster
WANTED���WE    HAVE    TWO    CLI-
ents who wish to purchase flve o:-
six room modern cottages    to    tbo  	
\alue of $3500, $600 cash, balance on ��� nrirv   r*\ IDXIC S   T\C\nr* AM
easy terms.    Kellington Bros., Noi    KC*IU�� l-UK.113 *_. UUKUAIN
thorn    Crown    Bank    block.    Telephone (ISO.
706 Columbia Street.
WANTKD ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH, IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. i>2 Hastings street east.
HALF ACRE plot on the city side of
Tenth avenue, $900; $250 cash, balance ti, 12 and IS months.
TWO 50x100 foot lots close to Richmond street; $700; one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and IS months.
CORNER  LOT  on   Nanaimo and  Sixteenth street, large, $1100.      	
FOK SALK���A FRESH MILK COW,
four years old. Price $55. Apply
W.  Hatt-Cook, 527  Front street.
FOR SALK���LOT ON KDMONDS
road, $400; $50 cash, balance $15
monthly.    Box 922, City.
FOU SALK���SIX ROOMED MODERN
house on lot 60x120, in fruit trees.
Tenth street, near Seventh avenue.
Kasy terms.   Apply P. O. Box 313.
FO H SALK ��� SEVEN, ROOMED
house, in good condition, on Nanaimo street, near Fourteenth street.
Easy terms.   Apply P. O. Box :U3.
LOT on Fourth street, below Seventh
avenue, $850; one-third cash, balance t! and 12 months.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
CANADIAN
IF1C
CANADIAN PACIFIC
D. C. Coast Service
FOK SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine; length of boat
40 feet; width of beam 9 feet 101
inches; good house. Boat thoroughly'
equipped with life belts; license for
25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR QUICK SALK���A NKW COT-
tage on cleared lot, 41x100, off Columbia St., one minute from car;
side walk up to house, water. Price
$1450. Terms, $200 cash, balance 3,
6, 12, 18, 24 months at 7 p.c. Bona
fide buyers need only apply. Owner \V. Hatt-Cook, 527 Front st.
FOR SALE���AT A BARGAIN, 16
horsepower, 4-cylinder Cowle ert-
gine, make and break. Tbis is a
first-class engine and has only been
used two weeks. Must be sold at
once. Price $600. Apply W. J
Kerr. New Westminster B. C.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED HOUSK
on Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Price $1600, furniture included. One-quarter cash,
balance on easy terms. House now
bringing in $20 monthly rent. Appi"
311 Knox street, Sapperton.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m ,   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.   Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March 4, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 25
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per month, dates to be
advertised as far in advance as possible.
TO   HARDY    BAY   LOGGING   CAMP
8:30 a.m Every Monday morning
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H.  W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Denver, Marcli 2.���Woman suffrage
in Colorado does not mean thai a man
may sit around and wear the "seat of
his pants" out, according to a ringing
speech made in the state legislature
by Mrs. Agnes Riddle, representative
from Arapahoe and Elbert counties in
support of the eight-hour law for working woman. Her speech was so effective that the bill passed on the second reading with only one dissenting
vote. !
"This law should be passed," declared .Mrs. Riddle, "not only to help
tlie women who are employed, but to
help the men and also to make the
men go to work.
"In the cities women work such long
hours and for such small pay that the
employers hire them Instead of men.
"This results in the women doing
tlie work while tlie man sits at home
and wears out the seat of his pants.
And while the woman is working and
coming home each evening to a stuffy
little flat she is not going ,to raise a
family.
"This condition is wrong. Tlie men
should go to work and the woman
stay at home and raise families. The
nation needs mothers, homemakers
and housewives.
"We  women   in   the  country   work
longer   hours,  but   our   work   i s  not
monotonous.    We get up at three or ���
four o'clock in the  morning and  get
tlie breakfast, milk  the cows and at- j
tend to our garden.
"We are out   in  the open air   and!
are strong and healthy. We raise large
families and it don't bother us to get
up in the night and nurse a sick baby, j
"And 1 want to say right here that
our men  work  too.    Tliey   don't   sit
around and wear out the seat of their
pants, and  besides,  we  wouldn't   let'
them.
"In the city where so many girls
are employed, many of them get married and keep right on working They
are away from home so much they
can uot always become good wives.
They are thrown into contact with too
many men and some of them find a
man that they like better than their
husband.
"Then comes a divorce.
"Pass the bill and make the men
go to work. Let the women stay at
home and do their housework and
raise a whole tlock of children. That
is tlie way things should be and that is
the way I want to see them."
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
IDENNNY & ROSS ,
I   43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.    Phone 588
Clearance Sale
BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
JOARD    OF    TlUlllJ^T^
minster Board ot Traue ml.^
hoard  room, city  Hall        . ,in tn��
Third Thursday   of   eaoah8follo*��:
���,,., ......I        .. JCII      Illmitk.
quarterly mee'tiniT (Tn mm��:
Thursday of February Ms. .^
and  November   nr .'!_ ������ An<n
,   ��� ��� **      Oil    I ],,     ,
mrsday of February  \iJ    '
id   November,  at t    !"' *"l
        >> th.rdP-?hura
_-'T   r.mberB Bay 2
meetings on
February.
proposed and elected
ly or    quarterly
at
letlng,
any mont*
-.       -       ���  ��� ��� *       in' ii ]ni.        ,,
Stuart-Wade, secretary. C' a
I. 0. O. F. AMI
The
are
_.     -......���,,,      |.,,|���;|.;
The regular meeting   0f thl. i
are held m Odd Fell,,.,''*'
ner Carnarvon and  El i,n,
every Monday evening,at."!'
Visiting  brethren  cordla,|. ,1
idgt
for.
eeta,
to attend.   George SSVPB
C  Coatham.  P.O.. recording
l].  Bnane
J.  \V.   Mai Di ���
secretary.
tar
'lal
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barri
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columw.
"'"' ��<*�������>��� streets, x,.w"Sj
minster, B. C P, o. Box 112 __
plume 710, "     *
OF
Ladies' and Childrens
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS ffi mm.
st,,,,. barristers and sollcC
Westminster Trusl Block, ColunS
street,  New  Westminster     w .
Whit.-side, u. 1, Edmonds, Adams
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRTBi
MARTIN-Hailisters and Solicitor!]
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 andj i
Guichon block, con,,., Columbia anj
McKenzie sin-, ts; Vancouver of.
flees, Williams building, -ti Granville street. F. c. u/ade, K C.'
A. Whealler, W. (I. McQuarrie G fi
Martin.
:
���
t
Jewelry
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT,
H.  J. A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR AXD,
Accountant.      Tel.    It 128.   Room,
Trapp block.
THE
Parcels Post Opposed.
Nashville. Tenn., March 2.���Retail
merchants representing most of the
southern states, began a four days'
convention here today to protest
against tlie enactment of the parcels
post bill by congress.
Up-to-date line of 'Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's JBi,e��� :
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector 1
I��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPFWRITINC
MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public stenogra-
pher;   spe< Ificatl -ns,   business let.
ters,   etc.;    circular   work  takeaS
Phone   416.     Real   of   Major  anl
Savage's offlce   Columbia St
FREEMAN    BUNTING,   ROOM  211
Curtis Hlock.   P. 0. Box 694.
BENSON  &  AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc   Dean Block. I
next to Bank of Montreal.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and liarness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE]
Edmonds water system���streets be-'
ins opened. Each lot 6G by 242 or
over, with frontage on two streets.
Al soil. $450 and $402.50; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months. It you want one
come today. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
FOR SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAUTl-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly pay.
ments. No interest. Call quickly,
1168 Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365, or 613 Co
lumbia street, New Westminster.
Telephone 687.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house. In very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
fi
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver  and  Agassiz.
12:10���From     Montreal,    Kootenay
and Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 96).
19:20���From Vancouver, Seattle and
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.
(No. 1).
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle,   Nicola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Montreal  (No   96). ���
17:50���To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:40���To Vancouver.    (No.  1).
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,      Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
FURNISHED ROOM TO LET FOR
one or two. Apply 1011 Auckland
street.
LOST.
LOST���A BRINDLE BOSTON BULL
terrier bitch. Anyone harboring
same after this notice will be prosecuted. J. E. Guthro, 43 Begbie street.
Phone 829
Country Orders Packed Tree
Galloway & Lewis
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums
Window Shades
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
401-403 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C., Feb. 28, 1911
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
���   RING UP 56  ���
Before your bin is Empty.
i
CORREC1
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates Given on Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Westminster Coal Co'y
|     W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
! Office. Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  3B8
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc.. Etc.
To introduce our stock of new House Furnishings to the residents of New
Westminster and district, we are offering special inducements to you, to buy
your furnishings from
THE  NEW FURNITURE STORE
With every dollar you spend you receive a ticket, which entitles you to
take part in A DRAWING FOR FURNITURE to the value of TWENTY-FIVE
DOLLARS ($25.00).
The first drawing takes place SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1911
at 9 o'clock; other drawings every alternate Saturday evening until further notice.
Rules  Governing  Contest:
One ticket will be given with every One Dollar Purchase.
Keep the stub and deposit the other part pf the ticket in a sealed tin box.
Any person present on the night of the drawing, may be selected to draw
the ticket from the box.
The holder of the stub corresponding to the number on the' first ticket
drawn will be entitled to his choice of any article or articles from our new, up-to-
date stock of House Furnishings, to the value of twenty-five dollars ($25.00).
Your ticket will be good until the final drawing.
Members of the firm and employees are not allowed to participate in any
way in these drawings. ,
. *
WE SELL THE BETTER QUALITY OF GOODS FOR LESS
Tke Up-to-date   Home Furnishers
��� FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBE.
n
Vancouver's Industries Become Visible
ON NORTH SHORE WITH SECURING OF DOCKYARD
^^^^^^,m^^^mm^^mm^^^^^^*���*******^.a*********����l**m***l***************M******^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ '" '        *^**"^^'"""      "*"'""**���**_^'WI^i'i*^^i""""<WBBW��IW^mi^,bm1bw^m^^^���^^___.	
Industrial Supremacy of City Assured by Promotion of Great Manufacturing Centre at
Roche Point���Vancouver Vim Obtains Benefit Accruing From
Vancouver's Natural Advantages
VANCOUVER ENERGY WINS
BIG DOMINION SUBSIDY
Prince   Rupert,   St. John.   Victoria,   Montreal   and
Quebec Still Asking for What Vancouver
Has  Secured
As the spinal column is tbe mainspring of the human body, so is
Manufacturing Industry the mainspring of Municipal existence. Dress
a man in the finest clothes, put money into his pockets, give him tho
golden key that will open the d >ors into the most select circles���it is
useless without that mainspring. He is a case without works; a bauble
to be casi aside and eventually lo sink into oblivion. The same
argument applies even in a greater degree to municipal life. Certain
combinations of circumstances result in a number of people congregating ai a given point; tbey build their homes and places of busi-
ne8s, unl follow their usual avoations. Tbe natural eonse-
quence is that a village s irings into existence. If tlie pee-
ple are endowed witli suficient "backbone" tbe village will
give place to a town, and in the process or time the town
becomes a city. Should the nat iral advantages be great las they are
in Vancouver), the city will continue 10 grow for a time in spite of a
lack oi energy and push on tbe part of its citizens; but a time always
comes when tbe natural advanuges become exhausted and, in conse-
quence, 'lie city stands still for a while, and then slowly but surely
revolves ibe other way. All through tlie l'nited States and Canada
loans, villa, es and cities are Oil this retrograde movement, and in
ninety-nine cases out of every hundred, instead of the excuse of
"hard times," it is tlie simple f id that tbe citizens lack the backbone necessary to improve on and assist the natural advantages of
ihe place Sometimes a foolish father gives liis son so much money
thai the boy grows into manhood without the slightest knowledge of
how io flghi his way in the \n Id. Without a moment's warning the
man' 'die natural advantages! fails, the son is thrown cn his
own )��� "s i wbicli are nil),and in consequence begins to revolve
way, and often drops out of sight. Sonic cities have so
manj nai iral advantages that the Citizens get to feel tbat all tbey
liave to '���*!��� hi life is to enjoy them. After a while tbe "old man" fails
them and they, like tiip "son," soon   get   the   backward    gait,   while
��� I : who bave no "oldman" to assist, rely on their own
I energy and backbone, each citizen putting liis shoulder to the
wheel, so pasl the more favored but "supine" cities and beat tbem to t
frazzle.    rTrazzle"  is a  good word.)
There was a time when Vancouver was in great danger of being
like ile a with tbe "old man behind;" but tbat time has. i trust,
passed away forever, and from this time forward she intends to make
the besl ol everything that Nature has blessed her with, and in the
future she will he known not only as a great seaport, but as one of the
Industrial centers of North America.
The lmpei iai Car Company requires assistance to carry out a
greal work for this city, a work that will not only stamp Vancouver
as ;t greal industrial center, bul at the same time will enrich everv
man or woman wbo will put good money Into it. Already tlie company
bas shewn itself capable of gre it things. Commencing with nothing,
ii has bought and more than half paid for one of the most beautiful
townsites In tlie world today; a townsite with as many natural advan-
tages as can be found anywhere in North America.
This company last year went to the Dominion Government and
proved Its claims to such an extent that it was given nearly $1,100.-
000 in asslsl it in its work, whll ��� Prince Rupert, Victoria. St. .lohn,
Montreal and Quebec, who aske I at the same time, "are asking yet,"
nml som. ni tbem will ask forever. Why was Vancouver more fa--
"ri|l by a Liberal Government while still represented by one out of
ihe told   ia  Conservative)?
Il was almply and purely that our company went after that subsidy
just like ii L;oes after everytbini else it requires, namely, went after
't with a determination to "get it" and stny with it until it does, is
"iis nol the sort or company to tie up to?
There are other tilings tbo company wants that are just as good
M the subsidy. Will vou come anl help, and receive your share of the
profits? Don'l put this paper lown till you have read all this page,
Wd ihen come in and see us. We are going to win, anyway. Everyone wll] tell you that now, but we need you to help us, and ln doing
ko help vourselves and families.
WHVT WE REFUSED
Whal is Vancouver's gain is another city's loss. Less than six
months ago one of the largest cities in the Western States held a Ber-
"': '���' meetings of Its chamber of commerce, and after going fully into
' w> ��� detail of our proposition. Including our sleeping car patents and
,l"11 possibilities, made a representative or our compnny the offer of
' acres of land as a site for our car  works and the city   to   take
���261 'mm ol'our stock on condition the Imperial Car Company locate
"s works in their city The truth of this statement we cai. prove b*
>'""l a doubt to anv interested party. We simply withhold the
!"��ne of ihe cltv from a feeling of courtesy, while, on the other hand,
1 is only justice to our company that the people of Vancouver Bhould
kn��W Hns. and to n certain extent give our company the appreciation
which is its due. ti't W *   .
IMPERIAL CAR COMPANY
MAKES A BIG PROFIT
Shares  Will   Shortly   Be   Marked Up to Par���Important   Negotiation   on   Eve   of
Successful Conclusion
THE ANNOUNCEMENT
A short time ago the Imperial Car Company informed the readers
of the daily papers that the purchase  price of its  shares   would   be
raised from $50 to $100, which is the par value of its stock.   It was also stated at that time that the reason for this important step would
be given shortly.   Young companies, like young cities, or young business men, encounter many har.1 problems in the earlier" stages   of
tlieir existence, and the Imperial Car Company has been no exception
to the rule;  but by constant ly keeping  a sharp  lookout   ahead,  we
have avoided every rock, and ara now comparatively in smooth water.
We can prove beyond a doubt that  we have made a  profit   during
the past year of $2,000,000, and  we do not believe that  any  other
company in Canada, outside of the C. P. R. or the C. N. ft., can truthfully say as much.    We have just been reading the twenty-first annual report ot one or Canada's best flre insurance companies, in whicn
tlie president congratulates the shareholders tor being worth $750,000.
Think or it���arter twenty-one yaars or hard work.   The Imperial Car
company  has enriched  its  shareholders in ONE YEAR to the extent
ol nearly $2,000,000.    Is that no   a sufficient reason to raise the price
ol its shares?   We think it is, aid at the same time, something to be
proud ot.    Tbis is one of the re isons.  however:     The  company    has
succeeded   in   financing  all    its capital tor the  building   of the   DRY
DOCK.   Tiiis has caused the co npany  a great deal   ol   hard-headed
thinking in the past rew montn:, and is certainly a great burden lilted rrom its shoulders.   These a id  a number  ot   other   things   have
been the cause ot the company's  determination   tor  the    change   in
price.    Thererore. arter the 2ut':i day or March, 1911, no one will be
able to buy one share of the treasury stock of this company tor less
than   $100,  being  the  par  value of the shares.
A LITTLE TALK ON  IMPERIAL MINES
Some people would rather buy into a speculation than a sure
thing. This sounds funny, but it is true as it is funny. For Instance,
we tind people who would rat'ier buy Oil Shares on the off chance
of after boring several thousand feet into the earth they MAY
STRIKE! OIL, at the same time tliey know it is a slim chance, and
that not more than one out of every 500 ever really do strike oil. The
same tiling applies to mines. There seems to be a certain spirit of
speculation dormant or otherwise in all natures. I confess to have it
myself largely developed, and have to constantly keep a check upon
my natuie in this respect, so I Jo not for a moment condemn anyone
given to this sort of thing; rather I sympathize with them.
By this explanation tbe reader will understand how intensely interested I am in "Imperial Mines."   The company has a gang of men
constantly  at  work  drifting  a tunnel into the mountain, and every
time one of the men came into town I examined the samples as if
they were nuggets of pure gold. We are now some 7f> or 80 feet in.
and there ls absolutely no rock, just a pure body of iron ore in high
grade, full of streaks of yellow copper, and every day marks an Improvement.   One thing is provea beyond doubt.    Tbe Imperial Mines
are one vast body of iron and copper ore, millions and millions   nf
tons  in  extent.    Many  of   our shareholders   who  profess   to   understand these things claim that our mines will be the most   profitable
part of our business.    Situated only eight miles  from the center of
the city of Vancouver, the tunnel of the mine is literally at our very
door.   'However rich the mine may be, the fact remains that shares
in  the  Imperial  Car  Company will reap a dividrnd from every asset
owned bv the company.
HOW TO FINANCE A BIG
PROPOSITION
"When are you going to begin work?" is asked me every day,
"We are nearly half done now," we answer. We are well into the
financial, part of the work, and when this is completed we consider
the whole thing half and more than half . ccmiplished. There are a
number of methods of raising money with which to finance an under-
taking, namely, selling shares in the proposition to the public, selling
guaranteed bonds to investors, and borrowing money b> mortgage on
the pn^ierty at certain rates of interest.
For instance, every time we sell a sh a .e are taking in a partner in the profits. He may be a cantankei i is person who will make
trouble in the company, and in addition the *.cn.pany must pay a
large  commission  to  the  agetr who sells the shares.
The sale of bonds ia much better from a company's standpoint, as
the bondholder has nothing to say in the business and receives no
profit except the interest on his bonds. Borrowing by mortgage Is the
best plan of all, but in order to be in a position to do this the companv must have assets at least three times the value of Its loan. One
of the strongest loan companies in Canada has been looking into our
proposition. They have sent sent their representatives here, who
stayed a week looking over everything, and the report is so favorable that the company have practically promised to advance us all the
money we require to carry out o ir extensive plans. Should we be successful in closing this deal, the company will immediately raise the
price of the stock to $250 per siare and take the Treasury Stock entirely off the market.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
BRINGS INDUSTRIES FIRST,
SELLS LOTS AFTERWARDS
Ordinary   Real   Estate   Selling   Methods  Reversed
by Corporation Which Is Erecting Manufacturing Centre Across Inlet
The Imperial Car Company claims to be in a position to make
more money from a rtfM estate standpoint for its shareholders thaa
any other real estate concern in British Columbia. Listen: The ordinary real estate office generally does business as follows���They
first look out for a sub-division, and then form a syndicate to purchase it. This done, it is then resul. livided into lots and sold to you
and me for certain advanced prices, we holding our lots until the city
grows out to them or a railway goes through the place, or something
else happens to increase the v.ilues, in which case we unload and
try it again.
Now, notice the difference: The Imperial Car Company buy up a
whole townsite in a locality commanding  nearly  two  miles of  deeo
sea waterfrontage.    It buys this at a time when no one felt it was ot
much value, consequently the price was practically nothing compared
to its present and future value, ln place of waiting until the city or
something else builds out to it, the   company   commences  to   build   a
real industrial town itself.   First, the company gets the Red Fir Lumber Company to undertake to build the most modern sawmill on tbe
Pacific Coast on the property. Next,  it  secures from the   Dominion
Government a subsidy to build the largest  Dry Dock on the   Pacific
Coast on the property, then lt commences to build a steel car works
on tlie property that will employ to begin with 250 and in the future
-500 men.    These and a number of kindred industries will soon line
the shores of the townsite, and naturally have raised the value of
the company's townsite to a remarkable degree.   The company will
have, before it stops buying, about 10,000 lots, and will not offer any
for sale until a value has been reached  that amply repays the company for its farsightedness. Tne beauty of all this is that every shareholder will receive the full benefit of every dollar ot increase.
Now, my friend, when you take a notion you would rathjer buy-
real estate than "shares," remember, the best real estate you ever
bought Is shares in the Imperial Car Company.
In two years time the whole of this townsite will be cleared and
its streets graded, and the hum of busy factories will be heard all
along its shores, while ships from all over the world will be waiting
their turn to enter the vast dry docks and shipyards.
Incidentally we might say that one of the largest companies in
England have taken an option on 900 feet of our waterfront, and are
bound in five years' time to have shipyards costing a million dollars,
employing possibly .1000 men, and capable of bulling either Dreadnoughts, or what is still better, the largest merchant vessels afloat.
Do you desire a portion of this great profit for yourself? We
think you do, and the only way is tb come in and secure your share
before it is top late.
A  LAST WORD
Investor or Speculator, whatever you may he, are you not convinced, after reading this page, how worthy is the project we place
before you?
You can purchase until Marcli 20th shares in this, tbe best and
safest company in British Columbia, a company that is richer by
$2,000,000 than it was a year ago, a company that cannot help by the
natural trend of events but make an equal amount next year, a company that has been endorsed by the Dominion Government to the extent of $1,062,000, and a company that is located on the borders of
Vancouver, a city with a greater future than any city in the Dominion of Canada, it will only be a month till the shares will rise 100
per cent, and if (and it seem3 very likely) our loan is completed, the
stock will go at once to $250. No sane man now doubts the future ol
the Imperial Cur Company. Us success is as sure as the success of
the city itself, lf you do not know enough about it, come to see us.
We shall he glad to show you every detail.
Application Form
please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CAR,
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED at the
price of 50c per share, for which I enclose 33% per cent, of the full
amount of shares asked for. and agree to pay balance in two equal
quarter-yearly  payments,  with interest at 6 per cent, per annum.
NAME	
ADDRESS   4      >
OCCUPATION  	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry
dock Corporation, Limited. PAGE FOUR
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911
>1
Tne Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing; Company, Limited, at their offices,
comer   of   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
e. A. Paige Managing Director
IjNION ime) LABjp L> 4
ili'iiN''
Young Men Who Want
A Snappy Suit
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
THE CLAIMS OF WOMEN.
ln the far spread cry for what (8
sometimes called the liberty of women,
which is simply a variation of the old
time phrase ol' womens' rights, ono
Iwars a good deal aboul what women
would do if they gained the privilege
of tho BUffrage. Hut a writer in an
English exchange asks, whether, when
it is urged thai the women should bo
given an equal pari in affairs with
rnen, it is not fair to put the counter
Question, "has woman achieved so
notable a success in her own particular sphere that we should .welcome
her with enthusiasm as a meddler in
men's affairs ?"
!!����� takes as 11 special example
woman's unchallenged sovereignty as
mother, as trainer of children, and as
housekeeper, in which she is free from
any competition. As to the first, he
points to tlie decreasing birth rate,
and tlie increase in the use of materials and methods for artificial feedings, and suggests that women are
mort' nnd more addicted to shirking;
their maternal responsibilities. It is
not that women of the present day i3
less well equipped for this, for they
were never better fitted, physically,
for ibis duty. The change has come
about, lie says, because women do
i>ot like tlieir business.
Then as to the rearing of the young, j
Ite points to the terrible increase In
the loss of infant life, and asserts that
���women are not doing anything to grapple   witli     this    important     problem.
Though   there   is   abundant   evidence
that  only  knowledge is  required    to
<ombat  the  trouble  woman   will  not
equip herself for this duty of her life
"Here    is    a    vast    department    of
national  life  which  is    all    woman's
���own,   in   which   nobody   can   compete
with her if they would, and the record
of lier accomplishment would in any
other department    of activity    be re-
jssirded as a record of failure. 1
Ab for the home, iu which woman
reigns supreme, ls there, he asks, "any
spot cn earth which has been so little;
touched by invention or Ideas ?" The
common complaint of woman is that
the work of tlie home is never done;
but, the writer claims, "if man under
took the housework it is certain that
in a very short time he would have
reduced it to an affair of so manv
ategular hours per day. . . . But she
lhas not succeeded because there Is no
organization, because labor saving
jaws ibilities are ignored, because in
short, she does not know her business
.and has no wish to learn lt."
In the face of these things the
���critic a.s!';i whether such a record suggests that worn: n will be any more
.successful in the larger affairs of life
with which she seeks to deal than she
has been within her own peculiar
sphere ? "Is it not her own consciousness of failure that is leading
her to escape from the things she has
muddled and to Interfere in those
affairs which she sees proceeding on
well ordered lines ?"
These criticisms are rather severe,
but they are not altogether unjustified
perhaps, and the point which is raised
is rertalnly a pertinent one. Can
woman do better in those affairs,'
which liave hitherto been well ordered
hy men than she lias done in her own?
Something Especially
good for tne money,
should see the   range   or
HOBBERLIN
SUITINGS
we
HOBBERLIN
REID &
are selling to the
careful dresser. In Hob-
herlin clothes to order
you get the very hest
tailoring, style, quality
and nt, Electric shades,
olives, greens, tints, gray
hlue, mixtures. In Cheviots and Worsteds.
Prices   $15   to   $35.
McDONALD
We Have Moved to
OUR     NEW     STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also||
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
We are Sole Agents for the House of Hobb* rlin Limited.
601 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
City
Property
WEST END���(Eighth avenue), corner block consisting of one acre,
$3C7o; easy terms.
WEST  END���(Eighth avenue),
$5000; terms to arrange.
one and one-half (I'i,) acre block.
WEST END���(Between Eighth and Tenth avenues), lots from $150
upwards.
WEST END���(Seventh avenue), two lots at $750 each; good terms.
TENTH   AVENUE���(Between McBride boulevard and First street),
lots from $375 upwards.
SAPPERTON���Eight blocks at $325 each.
FOURTH   STREET���Thirteen roomed modern house, lots 132 feet
by 132 feet; $10,001); terms to arrange with owner. *
COLUMBIA AND FRONT STREETS-We have exclusive sales of
some of these lots on exceptionally easy terms.
Sheriff, Rose & Co.
658 Columbia Street
Wealthy Couple Wed.
New York, March 2.���Society turned
������nut in force today for the wedding of
Miif\- Doris A. Dick, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Henry Dick and Horace
llav. ni. yer, son of Mrs. Henry O.
Havemryfr. The ceremony took place
in the Church of the incarnation.
Phone 832
New Westminster
SELLS   HiS   WIFE   AND   BABY.
Omaha   Citizen    Gets   25   Cents
Better Half and Child.
Omaha, Neb., March 2.���"Dick" Watson, of Omaha, last week sold his
wife and eighteen-month-old baby girl
,to Charles Hoosevelt for 25 cents.
JKoosevelt borrowed the quarter with
which to purchase the wife and baby.
AH concerned seemed satisfied with
the bargain.
Watson and his wife were married
1 three years ago, but did not live hap-
._ity. Last Monday, after a quarrel,
Watson, in a spirit of bravado, said,
TU Bell you for 'a quarter if anybody
will buy you."
Koosevelt heard the remark and
*aid if he could borrow the money he
would take the bargain. Roosevelt
got the money, paid the price, and
took his "property." He rented a
tniise and has been housekeeping several days. Watson agrees to ask for
ja. divorce.
YOU MAY DRIVE���*BUT YOU CANT���
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.
RobertsElectricCo.
47 Sixth St.
'Phones 761, 588
Telephone 497
Westminster
Ti ading Co.
J. P. Bowell,
Columbia  st.,
and
Manager
865 Columbia st., west; opposite tram and governmenl
wharf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Best quality gOOda at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Hoods delivered to any part  of tlie city.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Savings
��� ���        ������
opened
Interest is paid on
Balances half-yearly.
Business   Accounts
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Luiu Island, on the North Arm
Deep Water Fronbge at $13 per front ft
Sherriff, Rose & Co.,
Phone 832.
646 Columbia St.   New Wos
STORE, BANK CTTTINTr"ol
AND   OFFICE Tl I 1 UNiib
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF       WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.   BROOKES,   Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and  Celine.
PHONE 473
II   BUCKLIN, \. BEARDSLEE,
Pres ami Qenl. Mgr,     Vice-President
W. i-\ ii inviaix,
Bei   and
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER   CO., LTD.
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale   Dealers in
Fir, Cedar   and   Spruce Lumber
Shingles,   Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY. Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA   STREET  WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE. CRUSHED ROCK.
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND. PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE  BRICK.
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading  Co.
fl    I      |   Manufacturers and  Dealers In  All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH, SHINGLES. SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED   WORK, FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Box
mm
))
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,W/t Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturday*
FOR PRINCE RUPERT 11.30 p.m. Mondayi
3500 tons, 7000 horsepower, 3^0 foot long, IS"* knots; sailing from
Johnson's Wharf.
Close connection at  Prince Rupert for Stewart.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Knpert for Port Simpson, Kincolith. Massett, Skidegate, Jedway, etc., at noon, March 3rd, liU
and 31st.
He sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Railway System for
Detroit, London. Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Kails, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For rates, tickets, time tables. Illustrated literature and all >��to:'
matlon apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, a nd Ticket Agent P*0M 71����
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Age nt  (Freight)    Phone 306
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transatlantic Ptemship Lines.
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LIST8.
A SNAP!
132 feet on Columbia st., New Westmin*|pr'
Price    $30,000,    $8000 cash; balance to ar
range-
The Westminster Realty Co'y
ROOM 2, TRAPP BLOCK. p. O. Box 153.   Phone 716- FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I
PAOE FIVE.
Syndicate of Gamblers
May Break Into Baseball
* , v. Vork, March 2.���There wore
received here yesterday by express
from Kentucky circulars of a betting
syndicate which offers to accept bet?
0D the outcome of the approaching
ngnnanl races in the X itUonnl und
American leagues and the American
.,  0ciation, and also on club against
l   Jj Si lies.
Tin- circular caused somd uneasi-
Ql among baseball mon here, who
B.ere quick to denounce the scheme,
.,,;,! ii is understood thai Immediate
'_,,, will be taken by officials of the
, ; io check, If possible, what
11, -. consider a menace to I lie national
game.
Gambling has long been tabooed in
pn -, | i,,nai baseball, and the feeling
l eneral that if ll Is brought In-
,,, ��� ,. . ame it will be to the detriment
0l   |   porl   tbat in   now   clean   and
bi
Some   persons  attribute   the   new
E   eme to bookmakers whose revenue
een cul ofl   by the   passage  of
anti-racetrack betting laws.
.ndlcate announces ln its eir-
i        thai  H is willing to accept  Pets!
0I .   or over, which Bhall be sent by
,    ,      ti legraph or telephone.
rdlng to the hook as it has planned, g to 5 is offered that New York
will nol  finish  flrsl  in the   NaUonal |
e race;  thai   the team  will  nol
i   ond, 3 to r> is offered, and for
place, 1 to 4 is quoted.
it, the  American   league,  Phlladel-
��� he 'itf*orlte, at 66 to B to win,
sei ond place, and l to 5 for
third place,
in addition to hots on the  pennant
tin offer is made to lay odds on
og ol the clubs in mid. ea-
*.,:.   \\. fact, every sort of Imaginable
Ination for wagering  is   ottered
baseball enthusiasts.   Years ago, base-
hall  ame near breaking up because of
opet 'I !"��� layers ot  odds
ed the teams, about the circuit
made hooks in the spina
: The players  fell  in   �� iili
amblers und games were thrown,
ro ij lil the situation to a
���... and, seeing the ruinal lon of
thi . n ��� fai Ing tbem, the club owners
listed stringent rules against bet-
In their parks.   They even went
admittance   to
'���'���<> far us  to   refuse
known gamblers.
Almost Immedlatelj the situation re-
turned to normal, and since then baseball has flourished and Is now known
the world over as one of the cleanest
oi professional sports,
The scheme will be thoroughly in-
vesicated by federal und suite au-
1 hi'i'iiies here, and il is not unlikely
thai 11,.��� y will iind a method bf putting
a 'inletus on the proposed Innovation
topics ol the syndl,-ale's circular were
Placed in the bands of the United
States districi, attorney, Henry a.
Wise, and Districi Attorney Charles
S. U'liilman as soon as received hy
local baseball officials. Both prosecutors announced at once that they
would do all in their power to stop the
gamblers.
"The circulars carefully instructs
subscribers not to use the mail," said
Mr. \\ ise, "bm nevertheless I am going i" nun one of these over to the
postofflce Inspectors and tell them to
watch the malls, l am also going to
Investigate the use of the express com-
, panics tor these purposes and see If I
can  lake any action there."
Distrlcl Attorney Whitman said he
would Instrucl liis detectives to watch
the express and telegraph companies
tor bets heing made as a result of the
pamphlets.
"H is against the law In this state,
even though the men have their headquarters In another state," said Mr.
Whitman. "The law says that If a
whole or a part of a crime is commuted in this state, the perpetrator
can be prosecuted, If I iind that any
be_S are being made with this circular
as a Btimulus, I shall immediately
prosecute."
Baseball men wlll help the district
attorney to net evidence against the
gamblers. Thomas J. Lynch, preal-
dent of the National league, thinks the
scheme is a swindle.
"It  looks," he said, "like a get-rich-
quick game pure and simple.   Look at j
the o Ids offered.   They are ridiculous. I
Vou can say for me that the National
league will do all in its power to break :
ui) the scheme, because it is a bad1
thing for baseball.   Although I don't
think you can hurt the game now. still
sueh a plan as this is not going to im-j
pni\ e it."
FORTUNE SMILES ON
TOD SLOAN ONCE IKE
Former Jockey Is Managing Big Stable
in    England���He    Hobnobs    With
the    Nobility.
New Vork, .March 2.���Information
comes lrom London to the Cull that
Tod Sloan Is once again riding on thu
wine of prosperity, if not actually in
the saddle. Tho I'romer jockey is manager of Theodore C. .Meyer's stable ln
Kngland nnd lias thirty-five runners in
his charge.
Twi) years ago he lefl New Vork
broken In purse and iu spirit. Now ho I
is in Paris. He will leave there within
a few weeks to start things going in
Great Britain, The stable Is so largo
thai in all probability Tod will send
some of the stars to Belgium and
France.
When Stanley Davis left the shores
a week ago, it was with an engagement to ride under the management of
Sloan, at a salary of $10,000. One of
Sloan's closest Intimates on the other
side is Lord Torringion. who races i
small stable. It is rumored that Sloan
has an Interest In this string, but of
this no positive assurance can be had.
Willi the lord and his son associating with Sloan and treating him as
one of their closest friends, the situations looks favorable.
Prizefighting   Killed.
Olympia, Wash., Marcli 2.���Tlie senate today killed Tommy Burns bill to
legalize prizefighting.
The annual meeting of the Balmoral
Basel,all cluh will he held this evening in W. E. Sinclair's store, when
dreams of the future will be exchanged. Officers for the year wlll
probably he elected. i
BOWLING
been suggested that the newspapei men ol this city know something
about the tame of howling, but from
to hand of last night's
.-��� IfiSle a.uinst the qiiinU'tU' rcpie-
-' grocery, the allegation
- ! What they MIGHT have
kl ii would be perhaps the more
corn ��� .-.���;> ui putting it. The pencil wasters, ai one period of the
- looked the candy kids, but as the
competition progressed it was plain
that defeat would be their lot and so
II ��� lined out, the final scores showing
tliai the Adams hoys were the victors
by ifl | ins This is the second game
In succession that has been handed to
tbe scribes, but they have sworn an
awful and binding swear that from
now until lhe date of the next bout,
tbey will even go so far as to neglect
their duties and train and in the,
event of defeat again meeting or over-j
taking them that they will retire from
the pastime tor all time and give some
of the younger blood a chance to retrieve the lost  laurels.
Following are the full scores:
I Adams Groceries.
S    Ttl.   Ave.
POOL    ROOM    PROPRIETOR
WINS   CASE    IN    COURT
Tacoma. March 2.���A remittor received lrom the supreme court at
Olympia today in the case of the state
against Axel Anderson, a Tacoma
poolroom proprietor, holds that minora
may he admitted to poolrooms and Ml-
ii.ii d hails where liuuur is not sold      i
Anderson was convicted of a groas,
misdemeanor in admitting minors to
his establishment. The supreme court'
points out thai no evidence waa sub-'
mined to show liquor was apld or
given away in the place, and holds
that phrase "where no Intoxicating Liquor is sold or given away" qualifies
all the seel ion covering poolrooms and
similar resorts.
Laws, it holds, are always interpreted ln favor of liberty, and where two
constructions are possible, the decision should he In favor of liberty. The
conviction in the lower court is re-,
versed.
Quality
and
Quantity
Combined
Tea Lovers
make a wide distinction   between   teas.
You get the famous
hill-grown  tea,
direct from the
Tea Gardens
of   Ceylon
when you buy
Gardiner & Gardiner
"AI IT HERE SIIICE WW?
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We want evoyorceto foiow
%1 we are paying -
pcrannum credited m'lblr"
on savings deposits ($1��-2
k upward) subject TtAViih-
drawaUr cheque &-
^ 5�� InTeresr~>
on Me deposits of-
SifTinonths & over. -
We mvest monef for clients
iti first mortgages 5 ha
general financial business.
wc waritldor saving accnt
& iffou are not saving *
systematically, * - '*** ���*���
Commence NOW Willi US.
Deposits ty mail ';r^r>
���*��� + + easily handled ���
Y?u~caTi send b^ Draft,
Post Office + Cypress
Order or Re^stereo +���+*
better & withdrawals
can be ma9e+" �������������"?-
- * * any way you wish.
Ware Responsible
Refertif^V ���*��� - ���*���
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or To anyone in -
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Wntc 05 abodt fttoiay
Do it now!!!!!
OffTi^(t.ln.
321 Sambu Street,
Vancouver B.C.^
Two fine lots between Henley and
Tenth streets; cement sidewalks;
high and dry.
$950.00 each;   1-3 cash
balance 6 and 12 months
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T.   H.   McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia' St., New Westminster,  B. C.
Phones 646, 661.
For Quick Sale
Eigkt Fifty-foot Lots   in   Sapperton, near new   tram.     Price
$2,750
One-third Cask, balance 6,  12,
ana 18 montks.
--EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622   Columbia Street
.   The New Westminster City*Speciali&ts
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New Westminster, B. C
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Tenth
Phone
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53.
Westminster.
m
If you want something choice ior Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 arjd order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, VeaJ, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line-  Yon can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
The House of Quality and Low Prices
���
BLIND   GIRLS   PLAY   BALL.
Sound Controls Throws in Basketball
Con,est Against Girls That See.
Plttal urg, March 2.���For the flrst
time In the history of basketball a
team "i blind .iris played h contesl
agalnsl Beetng nirls at the Western
''" : I ama School for the Blind this
���Horning, and, what is even more phenomenal, the blind girls threw the
hall Into the basket four times, scor-
ln�� elghl points, while they held
l!:'!   opponents down to 20.
The well-drilled girls of the Indiana
s,;��'1. Normal school formed the op-
Posing team. They came to Pitt."
b��rg this morning to play against the
female team of the Central High
school this afternoon, and when ask-
e<l to have a game with the blind girls
tll(> consented laughingly, thinking
lll��i the play would he only a little
Practice In goal throwing.
AMERICA   II. REACHES   HOME.
BiS Balloon Which Won the Inter
"ational Trophy Is Unharmed.
New York, March 2.���The balloon
111 which Alan R. Hawley and Angus
��is Po8t won the 1910 race far tho
Coupe International des Aeronautes
an'l which they were compelled to
abandon in a cache in the Canadian
*Hds, has just reached New York,
having been brought out of the for-
ests by a party of expert guides. To
the delight of Mr. Hawley, the big
hag was found to be In practically un-
harmed condition. He expects to en-,'
ter it in the race again this year.
AWNINGS
FOR THE STORE      FOR THE HOUSE
We make all kinds of Awnings, roll up and pull up,
in plain or fancy stripe duck. We guarantee to
give you the best awning in the city, and it will not
cost you any more than the ordinary kind. Let us
give you an estimate.
| RyalVs Drug Store
#    PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
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Be
I tai of AoM��e J
Five-Acre Blocks
On B. C. Electric Railway at Junction: of X. W.-Chilllwaek line, Scott
road, with prospected line to
Steel City and Ladner
Also five acre blocks om this projected!  line   adjoining   Steel    C8ty
townsitei
These t%o Cholfcfr suisdtoSstonahave Just been surveyed and are now
on the taarket.
t, Fi��r particulars apply to ��� I
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants Bank Building corner Columbia and Begbie streets,
New Westminster, B. C.   Phone 335.
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
GALLOWAY & LEWIS
BUY  THIS!
Phone 829.
Wc Furnish Your Home for Less
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
8 Roomed Modern House on Second street below
Fourth avenue.
Westminster Realty Co.
Room 2, Trapp Block
New Westminster. r     PAOB SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911
���    ��� 5
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a
ills & Co. are opening a high-class
Men's Wear Store at 517 Columbia St.
on Saturday, March 4, 1911
WE have opened for your approval, the natty spring models in
the famous Fashion Craft Clothing for men and young men;
Greys and Browns being the predominent colors, also many high
grade lines of Men's Wear.
You are cordially invited to attend our opening with your
friends.   Orchestra in attendance from 7.30 to 10 p.m.
A. S. Mills, Manager
(Late of Reid & Co.)
I wish my father had bought a piece of Vancouver or New Westminster Real
Fcf-af-A fftP ma���HEr! I/All  ai/ar* ca*# *h-��* ? You Know what it would Have meant to you by this time.
CSIaie TUI   Eme���LJICB yOU  ever Say mat 5 It will mean as much to YOUR son or daughtc r.
But, I INVEST IIN BUENA VISTA for your own sake. Real estate is not like life insurance-you don't have to die to win. Make a wise investment at Buena Vista today, and enjoy the profits of it with your family. And Buena Vista is not only a place for profit���it is THE place for your home, for your
children, for the whole family.
It is not necessary for us to say anything about tlie wisdom of buying Vancouver or-New Westminster real estate    Vou are convinced tliat it is the thin,   to do.   The question is just
where to buy.    We are experienced real estate men, and have personally  inspected every important piece of property in or near Vancouver, and we say without hesitation thai Buena Vista
stands without a peer as the most favored subdivision in British Columbia.
Buena
Vista
Right in the pathway of Vancouver's
greatest growth and development.
You can secure a lot now on terms of
$10
A MONTH
No Interest
Why is Buena Vista the best place for your home ?
Here are twenty-two reasons.   You will see as many more when you visit the property.
Bring this advertisement with you and check them up.
BECAUSE it is right ON the new line of the B. C. Elect
ric Railway.
BECAUSE there is a fifteen-minute express service.
BECAUSE the   Tram Station is right on the property.
BECAUSE the new palace tram cars are a revelation of
beauty and comfort.
BECAUSE the business man or working man can reach
his home in t'ie least time.
BECAUSE Buena Vista commands a superb view of Burnaby Lake, tie Fraser river and the mountains
towering in the distance.
BECAUSE there is no fog at Buena Vista.
BECAUSE there is plenty of pure, fresh air.
BECAUSE Buena V sta has a northeasterly exposure, with
plenty of sunshine.
BECAUSE a fine sc tool, with all grades, will be built at
Buena  Vista.
BECAUSE Buena Vista   is   close    to   extensive    railway
operations.
BECAUSE every lot will be cleared ready for building.
BECAUSE all lots have a frontage of 45 feet and are a
depth of 100 feet.
BECAUSE Buena Vista will be enhanced in value by the
development of transportation systems in the
vicinity.
BECAUSE Buena Vista is right in the pathway of Vancouver's   development.
BECAUSE Buena Vista has beautiful Burnaby Lake, with
its  boating  and bathing facilities right at its door.
BECAUSE Buena Vista will be covered with houses of individual owners and property will be worth ten
times what it is today in a comparatively short time.
BECAUSE desirable residential property is becoming
scarcer every day.
BECAUSE lots can be secured on terms of only $10 a
month. |
BECAUSE you pay no interest.
BECAUSE we will build you a house and let you pay for
house and lot in monthly payments in, say, four or
five years.
BECAUSE, if you h 'ppeu to be a carpenter or building
mechanic, we will supply you with the materials
for building t'ie enclosure at cost, and you may put
up the house and pay for it all in monthly sums of
less than rent.
.
Cleared Lots, 45 x 100 ft.
TERMS: $25 cash, $10 a month. No Interest
$375
Buena
Vista
Here is an opportunity for you to
secure one or more lots right on the
tram line, on terms of
$10
A MONTH
No Interest
i
Conditions arc ri_ht, and actual facts prove
floor we advise you to act promptly. Don't wait
won't annoy you about buying, but leave the de(
that the growth and development of Buena Vista lias be. un in  earnest.   Tlie demand for lots has exceeded out utmost expectations
for the certain advance in prices.   Call and see us today and wo  will make arrangements to show yo'i Over the property.    This offic
ision lo you.
and !! you would get in on tlie Brou"l
e is open evenings until 0 6'clock.    we
LEIBLY & BLUMER REALTY CO., INC.
Vancouver Office-1108 and 1109 Dominion
Trust Building, Phone 8365.
New Westminster Office���613 Columbia S
Over Bank of Toronto Phone 687
:   if] ,1
���: FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
1  '
PAGE SEVEN.
New
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Edward Hawkins,
f Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
Intends to apply
purchase    the
lands:
Commencing
t)ie beach
for   permission   to
following     described
;it  a post  planted on
on ibe eaat   side   of   the
"��. amemnon channel and joining T. L.
41966 on the noith side und mark-
No.
I-Edward Hawkins; S. W. corner,
c, ��� .,, b 60 cliains to line of limit
��ri 39713. thence N. HO chains along
,���"' t'l) beach, tlience south nnd west
"':'; ,���,���.], to place of commence-
nt and containing 80 acres more or
t-s
mission to purchase the following do-
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail -iV2
miles north of Green Lake, tlience
west 80 chains, tlience south 80 cliains,
thence east 80 cliains, thence north
80 chains to point of
being northeast
plied for, containing
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent   for .Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
commencement,
corner post ol lot ap-
140 acres more ur
mc:
les
N<
EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LKWIS, Agent.
ivember 28. 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New
Dis-
Westminster  Land  District.
trist of New Westminster.
Take   notice   that   Cecil   Killam,   of
v couver, B. C, occupation barrister
flaw   intends to  apply  for  permis-
*{_��� to purchase the   following   de-
gcrlbed hinds:
CoiumciHiiig at
the l'eachji$',fft'* .^
from Egmon^ (||()
marked    *-
ner."
south ^^^^^
c! alns, more or
along  beach   to  place  of
a
north ^^
mencemeni
mere or les
post  planted on
miles northeasi
Jervis Inlet, and
.... . ll% Northwest Cor-
thence east  20  chains,  thence
^ii   chains,   thence    west   20
less, to beach, thence
coin-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westm inster.
TAKK NOTICE that Anna Maud
Duggan, of Van co a ver, occupation
widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 1V6
miles in a northerly direction from
Qreen Lake, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 10 chains, thence south 8U
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being soutli
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing ::20 acres more ori ess.
I.Signedl WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
and   containing  -10  acres
M       CECIL KILLAM.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent.
Dated November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Ne.   Westminster Land  District.  Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Clint   E.  Dicker-
man of Vancouver, It. C, occupation
: .   ,.,,,,���, intends to apply tor per-
;.      ID to purchase the following de
.     ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
>,..,. i;  in   BiningS  Hay,  Nelson Is-
and joining P. R. No. 1678 an I
marked   ������,-.   I-:.   Dlckerman's    North-
Mgi Ci mer," thence south 60 chains
.      .    .,   ���   go cbalns, thence north
more or less to    l each,
....     . terly along beach to place
, ���    mmencement, and containing 320
e3 more or less.
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent.
Date November 28, 1910.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on tlie west side of Green Kiver
and four cliains nortli of Green Lake,
thence west 80 cliains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south su chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
till) acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
thence east 80 chains, tlience north 80
chains, tlience west 80 chains, tlience
south 80 cliains to the point of commencement, and containing (M0 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
Hy D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17,  1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: ���Commencing at a
post planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west of
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence nortli SO chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres'more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911,
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-| LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TKICT���District  of   New Westmin-'
ster, H. ('.���Take notice that 1, C. O.I     Re Iot 10. 1,lock 16, Murray's Addi-
Svedmark, of   Tulameen,   occupation Hon, town of Port Moody:
mill owner, intends to apply for per-l    Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
mission io purchase the following de-lCilte "' tit!e -N'��- 5620A, issued in the
scribed  lands: name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
Commencing at a post planted about! lil'Hl '" "iiH office,
three miles distant, and in a nortli-1 Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
westerly direction from Haslam Lake,!at tho expiration of one month from
thence east SO cliains, tlience south tlle (late of tllu fi,'st publication her.:-
80 chains, thence west so chains, ��'�� to a dally newspaper published in
thence north 80 chains to tlie point of the c'k-v 0| Xow West minster, issue a
commencement, and containing 640 . fll,l>licate of the said certificate, unless
acres more or less n  l'le meantime  valid objection   be
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.      made l0 ,,le '" ""li"z
I). O'HARA, Agent. (
LIQUOR DRINKER
IS NOT"
E"
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a ]>oai
planted about \_ miles north of T. L.
lot 1976, and two miles west of Haslam lake, tlience west SO chains,
thence north SO chains, thence east 80
chains, tlience south SO chains, to tlie
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. HODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
Thorsen, of Vancouver, occupation
marine engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing
two
_ S, Keith
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, N'ew Westminster, B. C, February 13, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
POST MORTEM EXAMINATION OF
JULIUS ROSENDALE'S ORGANS
INDICATES SEVERE EFFECTS
OF STIMULANTS
Re lots 14, 16, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
and 40, suburban hlock (!, map 010,
in the City of -New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifl-
t a post planted about'rate of title number 10511F, issued in
and one-half miles soutli of T. L.'the name of James Rosebrough Lawrv
lot IMiiS, and one mile east of Haslam has been filed in this office.
Lake, tlience east 80 chains, thence Notice is hereby given that I shall,
soutli So cliains, thence west SO chains, i at the expiration of one month from
thence north 80 chains, to tlie point o,'jthe date of the first publication hereof,
commencement, and containing 640 in a daily newspaper published in tlie
acres more or less. I City of    N'ew  Westminster,    issue     i
HERMAN  THORSEN.      duplicate of the said certificate, unles-i
D. O'HARA, Agent.; In the meantime valid    objection    lie
Philadelphia,    March    2��� The    late
Julius Rosendale, father of Miss Margaret Dale,  Ihe actress,  was not   as
immune to the effects of whisky as lie
imagined,   when   liis   will    bequeathed
j his brain   and stomach   to   scientists
j "for the purpose of ascertaining why
( strong drink had no effect on me."
A post mortem examination today
I showed that the internal organs of Mr.
i Rosendale were in very bad shape.
While the authorities refuse to declare Mr. Rosendale died from tlie effects of alcoholism, tliey say he succumbed to "tirmia" and tlie condition
of the organs was the same as often
caused by liquor.'
February 17th, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
tl.e
land,
LAND ACT   NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster  Land   District,
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Leslie L. Dicker-
man, ol Vancouver, 13. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
.-  Ibed lands:
Commencing at a pest planted on
ti.e beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, and at the northeast corner of
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. I���. Dick-
erman.' Northwest Corner," thence
south 80 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 50 chains, thence casi
.ns more or less to the beach,
thence nortli and west along beach to
commencement and containing 320
acres more or less.
LESLIE L.  DICKERMAN.
J,  A.  LKWIS, Agent.
Pate November 2\). 1910.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Lionel E. Haw-
eis, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tho
west side of Pemberton Trail, 2\*.
miles north of Green Luke, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south so chains, thence west
80 chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 040
acres mote or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
A cent for Lionel E. Haweis
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
.NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   Xew Westmin- [
ster, li. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea,  of  Vancouver, occupation so-1
llcitor,  intends  to  apply  for permission  to  purchase   tlie   following   de-j
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboue
1% miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east SO chains, tlience
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., February 3.
19} 1.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re block 8, subdivision of noil Invest
quarter of Section 16, Township 12,
Map 893, in the District of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the   loss   of certificate of title number 12254F, issued
j in the name of Hector Ferguson, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I sliall,
I at the exj iration of one month from
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-  ?he date of the flrst PubUcation hereof,
Dis-| for permission to purchase the follow-i     TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-1'!1. a <Jai!y uewsPnper published in the
ing described lands:    Commencing at ster, B. C.���Take notice that I Charles' ^lt3r   ��'New Westminster, 'issue   a
a post planted about two miles north  Soley, of Yancouver, occupation brok-
of T. L. lot 916 on uie west shore of er, intends to apply for permission to
Haslam lake, thence west 80 Chains,I purchase the following described
thence  south  80  chains,  thence east   lands:
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
so chains, thence north 80 chains to 1
the point of commencement, and con-;
taining li-iu acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGK.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
Dis-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    NOTICK    that    Gerald    K.
Hridge. of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, intends to apply for per-'
mission to purchase tlie following de-
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post,
planted   on  Qreen    River,    Pemberton,
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80?
chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence
west 80 cliains to point  of commence-j
ment, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing   640 acres
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald K. Bridge
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Isabella McFarland, of Nortli Yancouver, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at
Commencing at a post planted about
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and on
the east shore of Haslam Lake, tlience
east 80 chains, tlience north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 cliains, to the point of commencement, and containing 040 acres,
more or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
, City    of New Westminster,  "issue
i duplicate of the said certificate, unless
1 in  tiie meantime  valid objection    be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
I Land Registry Office,
Now  Westminster, B.  C, January
28, 1911.
SALE    OF    VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT  CHILLIWACK.
Case Not Remarkable.
New York, .March 2.���Local scientists were not inclined to take seriously tli eproblem left to them by Julius
Rosendale of Philadelphia, who willed
his brain to the university of Pennsylvania so that it might discover why
alcoholic beverages never had any effect on him. Men who have given any
attention to this question, on both
sides of the bar, said yesterday that,
the case of Mr. Rosendale was not remarkable. He died Tuesday in his
seventy-sixth year, and friends who
knew him well agree with the statement that although he was a regular
user of alcoholic beverages they never
had any affect on him.
Physicians of the alcoholic ward of
Bellevue were interested in the scientific aspect of the Rosendale case, although they declared there was nothing remarkable about it.   It was pointed  out    that    some    brains    contain
larger cells, capable of oxidizing and
neutralizing alcohol  faster than   others.    This would result in much less
effect from a given amount than   in
normal cases.   Records show, the medical men declare, that such brains as a
rule are capable of less mental efforts
than others; in other words the most
\ capable brain is that upon which alco-
hoi has the normal effect.
"Alcohol never has effect on anyone���unless they drink it," said a bar-
tender in a Broadway hotel.   "I never
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-1
TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-'
ster, B. C���Take notice that I, Peter
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-
a post planted about half mile south tion broker, intends to apply for per-
of T. L. lot 1308 and one mile east mission to purchase the following de-
of Haslam lake, thence east 80 chains,  scribed lands:
tlience south 80 cliains, thence west 80,     Commencing at a post planted about
chains, tlience north So chains to the  three    miles    northwest    of    Haslam
point of commencement, and contain
lng 640 acres more or less.
Isabella McFarland,
Hy D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17,  1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Margaret]
Ethel Matthews, of San Jose, occupation widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-j
scribed lands: Commencing at a post;
planted on the west side of the Cheak-
amuB river and one mile north of]
Daisy Lake, thence  west   40  chains, j on
thence north  ISO chains, thence east "||J�� "^tom east 80 chains, thence
4   chains,  thence  south    100   chains  cha ns ^tlience go ^ ^
alon,- ,|,e Cheakamua river to po nt of south 80 ^^n ^
commencement, being southwest coi-, toi'omto containing 640
ner post of lot applied for. containing ^��ToVe OT less.
.(.li acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Molly McCla
rey, of Yancouver. occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
tho Pemberton Trail, 2% miles
north of Green Lake, thence north 80
Dis-
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south SO chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
  1 saw anybody under the influence un-
Under instructions from the owners less they had taken too much."
there will be offered for sale by public I     "What   is   the   best   treatment    for
auction on Saturday, the 26th day ofl them then?" he was asked.
March,  1911, at the  hour    of    three      "Put'em out," he replied.   "You un-
o'clock in the afternoon at the off ice ��� derstand, of course, that what is too
of   S.   A.   Cawley,  Chilliwack.   British j much for you may not be enough for
Columbia, by S. A. Cawley, auctionee-,; me:  experience counts for something,
the following property, namely: When a person gets to the top of his
All and singular that certain parcel 1 form it's really remarkable how much
or tract of land and premises situate  money he can crowd into cash regis-
lying and being in the county of West-' ters  without needing an   ambulance
minster,   in   the   province   of   British; This Philadelphia man could take four
Columbia, and being the westerly flfty., big  drinks  of   whisky   In  two   hours
eight ioS) acres of lot three hundred 1 without showing any unevenness.     I
and eighty-three (383), group two (2),I wouldn't mind buying drinks for that
I more particularly    described    as    fol-1 kind of a drinker all my life���that's
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinton    P.
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission I
WATER    NOTICE.
lows:
Commencing at the northwest corner of said lot on the south bank of
Hope slough, thence south following
the west boundary of said lot 3456
links to the southwest corner of said
lot, thence east following the soutn
boundary of tbe said lot 1700 links,
thence north 3118 links to the south
only    an
Broadway
entrance    requirement   on
Champagne Takes Jump in Price.
London, March 2.���At the outset of
tbe particularly festive season of the
Coronation, the public is facing a
great increase in the price ot cham-
Brands, which last year sold
,.*��Vf? ls,.,hwre^y/ive�� thSl ?��. aP;| bankof Hope slough, thence westerly j ?*rggf to 94 abminga. now bring from
shillings.    All round    the
  --  - joa���ih~A 1     '"��* ��3 ******">j  6�����  iu��i  au up-   Dank or Hope siougn, taence wesien.    #_- 05 to 9
to purchase the following described ; p^.^,, wi), be made under Part v 0f following the south bank of Hop* Vf* to 120
lands: Commencing ^ �� mt plug* j the "Water Act. V.M." to obtain a H- Lfough to the point of commencement. ��tr&*rt*
about two miles south of T. L. lot lOSl, cense Jn the Westminster Division of      TERMS     OF     SALE.���Twenty-flVe | SEE   ,���  Atu
A. ent for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February ^0, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
acres, mor. ���  _ 	
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 1!0, 1911.        	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
on the east   shore of   Haslam   lake. 1 New Westminster District
thence east 80 dub*;thence^IouOlSO Company in full-
chains, thence west 80 chains  thence Company Lim
north 80 chains to the point of com-
moncempnt   and containing 640 acres
mencement, auu luu 6 ,    The fcead offlce_New Westminster,
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Kate Corey, of
Vancouver, occupation saleswoman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
Wuth Une of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
tlience Vest 40 chains, thence south
��0 cliains, thence east 40 chains to
Summit Lake, thence north along the
lake to point of commencement, being
tlie non beast corner post of lot ap
Plied fur, containing 320 acres more 01
les s.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Georgina A.
Hopkins, of Yancouver, occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at the southwest corner of
lot 2105 and thence north 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south
chains, thence east  40 chains
40
point of commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911,
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2*_ miles south of T. L.
lot 1308 and one mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
B. C:
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 1450 shares
are Issued and paid up.
(b) Tbe name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
Is)���Unnamed stream on Lot 17,
Group 2, N'ew Westminster, district,
flowing into Fraser river.
(c) The point of diversion���Is about
200 feet from its mouth at the Fraser river on said Lot 17.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (In cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(f) The premises on which the
water is to be used (describe same)���
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
(j) Area of Crown land intended tn
be occupied by the proposed  works���
. TERMS OF SALE.-Twenty-nve ^rea,8e '8 e?�����ated,at 3.�� P��r c,ent-
(25) per cent, of the purchase money ���" ls Ju�� to ,t*e a,n,os.t ,^n,p,et?
to be paid in cash at the time of the /a"ure f *he vintages of 1908 and
sale and the balance within thirty (30) "��,9- and the complete failure of that
days thereafter without interest, or, or la8t year'
at the option of the purchaser, the ���
balance may be paid in three (3) equal'
instalments at the end of one (1), two
(2) and three (3) years respectively
from the date of the sale with interest
on the deferred payments at the rate
of seven (7) per cent, per annum.
For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to the auctioneer
or to the solicitors and agents for the
vendors.
J. H. Bowes, solicitor, Royal Banrc
building, Chilliwack, B. C, or hie
agents,
Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie & Martin, room 20 Williams building, 413
Granville street, Vancouver, B. C, or
to Taylor, Harvey & Baird, solicitors,
room 37 Williams building. 413 Granville street, Vancouver, B.C.
Dated tbe lst day of March, 1911.
J. H. BOWES.
Taylor, Harvey, Baird & Grant,
Solicitors for the Vendors.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
N*w Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald
Sfiiild Sargent, of Vancouver,
Mil ion broker, Intends to apply for per
mission to purchase the following de
Div
Fit/.-
occu-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about  i_  miles  nortli    - ���   *    ���-��
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I, Vernon V
Rood of Vancouver, occupation miner, None,
intend to apply for permission to pur- j (k) This notice was posted on the
chase the following described lands- 115th day of February, 1911, and appli-
Commencing at a post planted about cation will be made to the Comrais-
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on' sloner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence 1 (1) Give the names and addresses
north SO chains, thence west 80 chains, 0f any riparian proprietors or licensees
thence south 80 chains, thence   ea3t Who or whose lands are likely to he a'
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank bas 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to tbe Pacific; ln Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
of  T.   L.  lot
wibed lands:   Commencing at a post 1()7,;i nnd two miles west of Haslam
p'Wted  at the southwest  corner   of iake,   thence  east,80  chains,  tlience
101 2105, thence east 20 chains, thence 80uth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
south   no   chains,   thence   west   GO thence north 80 chains to the pplnt,01
('"niiis, thencn north 10 chains, thence ���nmm��nc��meiit.   and   containing   640
thence north 10 chains, thence commencement
fust 40 chains, thence north 40 chains  acres moro or less.
 ���-'     - SAMUEL S. AUSS,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
^n Point of commencement, being the
northwest corner post of lot applied
Ior- containing 140 acres more or less.
RSIgned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agenl   for   Reginald   Fitzgerald   Sai'-
Bctlt.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster,
Dated February 17, 1911.
"LAND ACT~NOTlCiL
80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
VERNON V. ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
New Westminster Land District.   Dis-
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I,   William   J.
Dick   of North Vancouver, occupaUon
broker, Intend to apply for permission
 ! to  purchase  the  following  described
TAKE NOTICE that" Mary Augusta  lands:   Commencing at a post planted
Brirt�� ���, ���     '-..-*���..   about one mile 80uth.��. _���;.    j0^}"^ I
Dls-
r'dge, of Vancouver, occupation ma
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,]
fected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach  copy of such  parts   of the
Company's   memorandum  of  associa
tion as authorize the proposed application and works.
The   Glen   Rose
Limited.
(Signature)
Canning
J.
Companj
M. McDonald,
^^^^^^^^^^^^H Manager.
(P. O. Address)   New Westminster
Copy of part of Company's memoran
dum of association:
(g)   To   record,   divert,   take   and
Westminster
Transfer Co.
onto* 'Phone 1M.     Barn 'Pfeone II?
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   :���
any part of tke ctty.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TI��AM DEPOT
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
(fold Watches tor Ladles (rom $12/5
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York, Ch'csgo aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico Ctty. A general:
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpartment���Deposit*
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
tnnum  (present rule).
Total  A4<ett over $186,000,000.00
NEW WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Hed
woman, Intends to apply for per- on the east shore of L,ane
thence west RO chains, thence Bouth carry away, water from any sti earn.
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, river and lake in the Province of Brit
thence north 80 chains to the point of Ish Columbia, for the use of their bu i
commencement   and   containing   640 iLi    '-    *
acres more or less.
CARL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
ness, and for that purpose to erect,
build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
the same.
��p.
genu'
open f��w
case
and     Uigin
Silver Watchea,
WOO.
Silver Watchea. gehta' open
$7.50 up.
Agent    (or    Waltham
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doora from Seo. Adams' Grocery
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.'vate Hospital.
22S Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terma (rom
$1F> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital.
phone 756.
Tele- PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3
tl
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YES!
When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
LUSBY
City News
See Sinclair's show windows tonlghl
for stylish spring footwear. **
Davies Green Houses is the place to |
pet bouquets, floral designs, and all I
kiwis ot cut flowers.   Phone R208 ** !
The annual  meeting of the Delta |
board of trade will take place Saturday afternoon, on which date this association  will   have  rounded out  tho
first year of its existence.
Six chairs In operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting.
Parties going to the coronation can
make arrangements for furnished
houses from \V. .1. Kerr. New Westminster, B.C. **
You will not be satislied unless you
footwear   at   Sin-
��*
Rev, 11. M. Irwin, a returned missionary from Asia Minor, will preach
in Knox Presbyterian church on Sunday evening.
Did you see our three horse load of
wood ior $3.00.   Phone 413. ��*
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Ueid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Wood I wood ! wood ! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone -11H. **
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
spring
The Public
Supply Stores
THE OPENING DISPLA Y OF
Women9 s Ready-to
Wear Costumes
Skirts,  Blouses,   Whitewear,   Etc.,   thi
special features of the week end in
our new,  enlarged store
CROCKERY
NEW SEEDS
Our Stock Just In.
KODAKS AND
PHOTO
SUPPLIES
Our Spring Stock Now In.
buy your
clair's.
Miss DaVey, -ill Sixth street, ladies'
and children's practical milliner. Remodelling at moderate charges. High
class work.   Phone L 881. **
Young man���The new ones are here.
See them in Sinclair's shoe window
tonight. **
W. J, Kerr will make arrangement3
for furnished houses for people going
to the coronation, through his representatives in London. **
Ladies���Have you seen tlie new velvet and Velooze Pumps, Oxfords and
Hutton Boots that Sinclair is .how-
ing.
The best kiln-dried wood, a three
horse load delivered at your shed one
bour after you order it. A three horse
load for oniy $3.00.   Phone 413.      **
The annual general meeting of th
Alerts Baseball club, wliich shoul
have been held last evening, was at
the last moment postponed until next
week, owing to the Lancashire Old
Boys having first call on the meeting
place, the Conservative club.
W. .1. Kerr will be pleased to make
arrangements for furnished houses for
parties      going    to    the    coronation, |
through his London agency. **
Vnder the auspices of the Citizens'
Temperance league, a meeting will lie|
held in Olivet    Baptist    church    this
evening, commencing at eight o'clock..
when   Kev.   Clarence   B.   Seeley,   Of
Blaine, will be the principal speaker.,
The working of the local option law |
in   Blaine  will he the  theme  ot   Mr. I
| Seeley's remarks. ' OAA        J L*J.
The trio of Greeks brought in by the' ZUU        dOZd!       WhllC
immigration   officers   at   White   Rock
and  lodged  in the local lock-up over  Oa Pk.na    Pl��f*��C
night were handed back to the Domin- kJWJIlC    V/lllllCl    A  ldlCd
ion officials yesterday, as tliey refused I **tg\ i
to specify any charge against the! ��* 50c 3. OOZ
Grecians. The men bad jumped the,***" *���'*���'*'��� ** ****��������
border and-now that they are once
again in custody they will be requested to jump back over the road they
came and become chargeable to the
domain over whicb   Uncle Sam rules.
Today we make the first worth while display of our spring ready  to  wear    garment
misses and children. We are yet handicapped owing to lack of space now occupied by th
sufficient  room has been secured In which to place before our customers the initial showin
for your inspection Friday and Saturday.
for women
e contra tors, bui
It is hi
As we have noti-
ajfied the public heretofore, we are
SACRIFICING
Our Crockery
All this week we
will have on   sale
An Immense Range of
White Muslin Waists
This season our customers are to have before thein a wide:'
range of white muslin waists than any ever shown hereabouts. We
are giving more room to this section. W'e now announce the spring
opening display.
Excellent Values in
White Waists, $1.50 each
A dozen styles are show 1 at this popular pine. Waists are
made of fine white muslins with various settings of insertions and
laces, embroidered fronts, high collars, low collars, Dutch collars,
Peter Pan Collars, three-quarter and full length sleeves; all sizes,
ML' to 42.    Kach $1.50
SPECTACLES
We Sell  Them at Half the Price
Some Others.
BRING YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
TO US
Telephone    43    for    anything    you
want; we will deliver promptly.
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Wettmintter.   B    C.
Phone 43; L. D. 71;  Ret. 72.
Following are the monthly statistics
of the  provincial  asylum  for  tlie  insane for February:    In the hospital at
the beginning of the month, 422 male:,
170   females;    admitted    during    tlie
month, 16 males, 4 females;  returned
! from probation,  1 female;  discharged
on probation,    '.i males,    4    females;
die.',  2  males;  escaped,  1  male;    In
the hospital at tlie close of the month, j
0f|44_' males, 171 females;  on probation
at the close of the month, 2~> males,;
13 females;   total under treatment at|
the close of the month, 4ii7 males, 184
females.
The relatives of Charles Anderson,
who died at tlie Royal Columbian hospital in the early hour of Thursday
morning, will in all likelihood ask that
the body, which is at W. K. Fales'
parlors, be held for an inquest as they
wisli to clear up some points connected with the illness of the deceased. A brother of the dead man
who arrived in the city last night
stated that he had come in answer to
a call that his relative had been badly
hurt at Abbotsford. On his arrival
Charles was dead. As a result of enquiries mane he nad learned that his
brother, who was a Scandinavian, aged
twenty-six, bad been crushed between
two trains and had been removed to
the hospital here, where lie succumbed
as a result of the injuries received.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St,
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Tailored Madras and
Vesting Waists, $1.15 each
Smart styles are shown in these serviceable    tailored    waists,
Materials are tliose sure of  washing   in   a   satisfactory   manner-
Linen, Madras, [ndian Head, Vesting, etc., made with tucked, Gibson pleated or plain fronts, laundered    collars    and    cuffs,    long
sleeves;  sizes 32 to   14.    Special   Friday  und   Saturday,  each  $1.75
Colored Mull waists, $2.50 each
Fine Mull, Muslin Waists In shades of sky, mauve and pink.
made with hemstitched tucks and yokes of insertion and embroidery motifs; shown wiili three-quarter or full length sleeves; all
sizes.    Kach $2.50
White Silk Waists,   $1.15  each
White China Silk waists with yoke and trimming of fine insertions and neat tucklngs, high collars, three-quarter Bleeves. Bpeclal
Friday  and  Sai unlay only,    each    $1.i)5
Black Moreen
Underskirts, $1.95 each
A new range of black M ���,.,.
underskirts In which like value
bas seldom been Indicated The
skirts are made with prettj
flounces with tucked points ami
flne accordeon pleated frill un
derneath.   Special price, . .$1.95
White Cambric
Princess Slips,
$2.50 each
Bquare   yoke   neck  trimmed
with Insertion, run with ribbon
nice flounce to skin with
tion and lace trimming ��� 1 match
Special   value,  each    $2.50
Reynier Kid Gloves
for Women
Perfection in glovi
attained     In     Reynier
There is satisfaction   for   cus
tomers and satisfaction  in oir
glove section  with every   pali
Bi Id.     Every     pail     ::;arantee'i
'I he spring Showing is now com-
I li te  earlier  than  us isl.   This
announcement   will   be
with delight by manv who have
been  waiting ror the righl -
or  shade.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Yesterday the steamer Fitzpatrlck
came up the river on her way to Port
Mann, where she will unload her cargo of rails, weighing fiOOO tons, whicli
will be used in the construction of
the Pacific section of the Canadian
Northern Pacific railroad. It had heen
expected that the lengthy wharf at
Port Mnnn would bo completed by the
time the Fitzpatrick got here, hut
i��ing to the weather and other causes
I* w. . found impossible to" have more
than flve hundred feet finished by the
arrival of the flrst steamer which
would tie up there. Hy the time tlie
heavy shipment of rails has been unloaded, the second consignment will
he on the horizon, as the Btrathnllen
is due within the next two weeks. The
Iptter bessel brings 5900 tons and this
total load will see the beginning of
what is expected to be weekly arrivals
of the metals whicli will in the near
future carry the C. N. P. R. trains on
their long journey to the west.
c 1
Jee me about  insuring your
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AUTOMOBILE
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W.  r.  EDMONDS
ihe People s Trust Co., Ltd.
431   Columbia Street,
Phone 669
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, ;>:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
at  (I,  T,  8  a ml ever5'
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS
Cloverdale Auto Road
Right at Cloverdale, ten acres of the hest Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent corner with long frontage on the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE. '
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at
a, m, and 3:L'() p. m.
half
���_'0 u. m.
ll-IO
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour thereafter up'to 11 p,in., connecting at  Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at  8 a.  m. and   every  &��
hour thereafter up to  11  p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4:  16 p. m
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Roy wish to take
this opportunity of thanking their
many friends for kind words of sympathy and floral offerings in their late
bereavement.
Ten acres also fronting on the auto road, equally good land, part
ln meadow and part light, alder. There is sufficient cleared for buildings and a large garden. ,
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
DIED.
SCOTT���AT THK    RESIDENCE    OF
her daughter, Mrs. R. li. Kelly, Xir>
Kennedy street. New Westminster,
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Scott., widow of
Colonel J, T. Scott. Port Moody, in
her seventy-first year.
fJ.Hart&Co.,Ltdj
Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove o
^.Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
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in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   ��
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Bru
stieet to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   0
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
inner,
.    Applications   for  electric  power service may he made al
pany's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, \aw
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, lit
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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