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 FOR    MODERN    HOMES   AND
CHOICE
BUILDING   LOTS
Consult
WHITE,
SHILES & CO.
NEW
WESTMINSTER.
,, ,-MIO 5, NUMBER
/
OTS ON THE NEW CUT-OFF
LINE���$400 AND UP.
Easy Terms.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NKW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNE8DAY MOHNINt;, MARCH
8, 1IU 1.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
ITALIANS ARE
SMUGGLED ACROSS Hf|:
STEADY AND CONTINUED DEFIANCE. OF IMMIGRATION LAWS
BY RAILWAY LABORERS IS
TROUBLING AUTHORITIES.
��� ������������������������������������
���
4* Britain Will Act.
Washington.   March   s    Th
goi ernment.    i hrough
the ambassador bere, has let ii
be know n I hat II America doi i
not  extend  protection    to    foreigners    in    Mexico.    England
maj  undertake   tbi
l.ility ol   looking
subjects.
Hritish
**t!MONTREAL MAN IS
PART HEIR TO FORTUNE
responsi
after ber own
������������������������
MYSTERIOUS AIRSHIP
SETS COUNTRY AGOGJi
������������������������������������������������*
������������������������
II. I MERCHANTS Ml.
AMIIVIII WITH BOWSER
DEATH    OF    WIDOW   OF    ENGLISH   BIG  AIRCRAFT    SEEN    AT     NIGHT
OFFICER IN PARIS LEAVES $69,
000.000 TO BE DIVIDED AMONG
MEMBERS OF  HER  FAMILY.
Napol
at
eon's  Companies' Act Too  Much
of   a   Trouble   Maker  to   Please
the Manufacturers.
Vancouver
the heavy
Thai B well organized and successful attempt   is being made to smuggle
li    | , and Creeks across tbe Inter-
.jtlonal  boundary  from   White  Rock
' gumna Is the Ann opinion of the'
Immigration officers at   those points '
The dribbling through or this elass of
,   been going on  for months, I
;.   can be judged a large
those   who   make   llu-  ai-
tempt '' break through the lines are
, -tui.
'      Four Hundred   in   Four   Months.
qw ol the immigration officers, in
discuBsini the situation a few days
U0| placed the   number    of Italians
illegally entered Canada he-, ,^
(ween i :!,:, mul White Rook tlurlug bia bj the provincial government
, ���  months ai  lour hundred,   general        '   ""
.,��� average of one hundred a month.  .|(l|.
',,. , ��� country tbrough which    '
is   forty   miles   long     om  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,. wooded.    To guard    tbis  sesgion of the Mouse, a committee ofl
pniy two immigration officers are sta- leading business men will lay their1 $300,000
tloneti at each end. although  the ens-   tr(,���,,,(.,   .������,   th(.  ..[anses   wWch  they | ^^^^^^^^^^^^
|0W offlce'     "'   K,na". ',���  0D  V'f Object   to   before   the   federal   govern-: A  TransePt a"d  Nave Will  Be Added
border are usually aneolal officers with    "! ,eaual pcne,n , to   St. Aiban's in Toronto.
power to turn back undesirables, but m��ml a< Ottawa. Toronto   March 7-81
II the majorit)   of the  Italians creep       This  was  decided  ~  -* ����������i-    -
.   at nighl the task of catching of tll
^>mm   ii-   hi     mi    mon nc   ftoct'
NEAR CHATHAM, ONT., GIVES
RISE TO MUCH EXCITEMENT-
TRAVELS WITH  MUCH  NOISE.
Montreal, March 8.���George Nor-
mandi, a notary public iu this city, has
received a letter announcing that the
family of N'ormulidl dil   Benusoleil hits   -���-������ ��� 	
fallen  heir to 169,000,000 by tbe deatli   ''itetnetit. .
**> *- "Tance Tho airship Il'is '"'''" B6*n '"
Chatham, om., March 8.   A mysteri.
ous airerait which has been floating
around this neighborhood  tor several
davs  has given  i Ise to all sorts of e\-
^^^^^^^^iM.oiMi nun hv tv*.* it������k ��� dtement
A  Marie dil   Beausotell   so runs the em   l'll;,s  nl   ,l"'   countrj     al     night,
story, became eneamoured of an Eng- carrying several brilllani lights.   Oc
lish officer In 188' and lefl with him easidnally the aerial travellet  .one-.
for England after tbe rebellion.   The ilown {,|"M' to lll(' ground and   then
officer served in al] the countries In lls,'s '���' H considerable height
Europe until he wns killed in Afghanis- T1"',l:in ls of enormous proportl ms
|tan, having al thai time attained the ;""'  _>akea ;'    roaring   noise    when
M",r|1   '     Exasperated  |;|||K (l( ���,.������,._, an(, |i(.in.   ���,,..   . .rv travelling.                                           I
handicap   and   unjust wealthy. 'S,T�� one '1!1S ^w  been
treatment   Which   has  been  meted out      The  widow   retired  to  Paris,  where   'over the landing pli
to the business men of British Colum- ] slle  llvpd  '1'iietly.    The  Immense  for-  craft
���
i:
���
���
Traffic   Interfered  With. ���
San    P*ranclsco,    March 8.��� ���
Violent rainstorms and a heavj ���
snowfall in the mountains yes ���
terday in ihe central and north- ���
ern parts of the state Interfered ���
greatly with railway and tele- ���
graph communication. '���
���������������������������������������������������
HARD HUNT AGAINST
HEAVY STORMS AT SEA
HARDWARE DEAEERS
ENJOY BIG BANQUET
MEN WHO DEAL IN HARD THINGS
SAY NICE THINGS AFTER EATING GOOD THINGS���BOOST FOR
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Rarely has the Royal cafe presented
such an animated appearance as It did
when last nlghl the eighth
banquel of the Hritish
Hardware     association
^^ ible
lace of i ii"
to  (lis-
strati"..
tune grew untll the amount    was
0}  the provincial government    InI"""" T.V"!!' ""',T"T *?*'
Stated at  the time Ol her death,
leral and  the attorney-general    In     A]| ,hf. members of the family
tlcular, In the amendments to the to unite In an attempt, to secure
npanies' act, passed al the recent| fortune.
as
are
the
TOLD    STUDENTS   TO
CULTIVATE    AN   IDEAL
Toronto.   March   7.���Hon.   Rodolphe
annual
Columbia
was held.
^^^^^^^^^^B Jones had made
preparations for the seating of i5t��
guests, hm when the full number was
counted it was found that the aecom-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | modatlon would be taxed to the fullest
  | extent and close upon 200 sal down.
|     Ft.   P.  McLennan  tided  with every
San   Diego,  March 7.���Two hundred   acceptance  as toast  master aud    Uie
and seven davs out  from Philadelphia   mf���bers from the start showed in no
..      .���   , ,, . , ,   ,    ,   mild manner that, they were out for a
the  American  ship Aryan, which  bad   ���,._,,   tl__      ,.    ��� ,   ,,     ., l,      *"���
good  time.    Repeatedlv  three cheers
1 n  given  up for lost, arrived here  were called for from unofficial sources
late last night.    Members of the crew   and lustily given every time.
tell   a   storv    of    unusual    suffering.'     Tlie elaborate menu card reminded
,,     ,,    ,    i .,       ,,    , ,, ���, .,   , , , .     the diners that out of
Hardly had the ship left Philadelphia
Captain of Ship Ayran Stricken Blind , Messrs.  Seabold  am
in  Voyage Around Cape  Horn���Battled With Elements for Months.
I"
__________
R.   P
MORE    FOR    CATHEDRAL,
^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ���. compliment tt>
���^a^*****************************mr*   n""u'i"��:  ^^^^^^^^^^H '1"' thai special
Lemieux was the guest of honor last   be! ore a flre broke out In the cargo oi  efforts be made to turn o
"          For more than two
were    Messrs.    G. A.
E.   Walker,  Sol  Oppen-
Murdock    R.  Potter,    .1.   W.
.1.  II    Tranter. Q,  II. "Healcv . p.
A   Sankey and W. 11. Boycott.
After considerable   discussion
la,''-M'   which   no   end   ol   (flssatlsfaction  was
them I'" easy. ______a^______________________m__
Employment Agent Suspected.        chandise Brokers  Asaociatlon ol Van
.....   known employment agent of couver, which was held in the Mercan
\u lUSpected Of being back   tile building  hist  evening.    The chair
Of thli wholesale attempt  at   illegal   was occupied bv R. S. Robinson, presl-
[���he  elass  oi   men   win,   & association,   and   among
arc now   Hooding   the   labor   market ^^^^^^^B
ii  railroad construction,  ,I,"SI'   Present
u considerable work of Campbell,  i
is province at the pres-  i,Pimer
little on the other side  \imn
demand tor laborers is
rhi   employment agent, real-     After considerable    discussion,    ln
.   knowing   oi   a  ian;<
���apply of men in Tacoma and Wash- expressed  at     the    unjust   treatment
which bad bet n meted out to the busi
ness men of British Columbia by ihe
prov im iai government, it was resolved
that the whole matter be left in the
hands ol the executive to deal With,
with a vie* to the submission of the
ease to the federal government at Ottawa It is proposed to lay before
the i Ittaws ��� o i rnmenl tbe clauses
thai are distinctly in need of either
explanation or amendment, and befori
doing so thej are empowered to con-,
suit eminent counsel This latter eon
aultation will be particular^ with regard to the Interpretation of the
phrase    Doing  business in Hritish Co-
|      .���....,,  .,_,,���   i.���ai. Alban's  I'i-
 meeting   thedral,  of  which   the   chancel   was
ie Manufacturers' Agents and Mer-  built twenty
on at
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_���ver the entire
weeks the stock during the evening and also that
men  of the  crew  fought the  flames,   the   menu   did   not   necessarily   spell
 _______________���_   , ,      , ,      dysj epsia. By the manner In whi h thu
^^^^mmmmmam^^^^ , wen-   given    to   abandon    the    _.r_  	
There were about  a hundred mem-^
bers of the class present
qtiet.
evening tit  the graduating  dinner of coa
the senior class of the 1'nivers"
lege.
    years ago. Is to have a
transept and nave added at a cost ol
$300,000. It is Intended to have the
work completed in 1914, when the
Pan-Anglician Synod meets at Toronto. The building will be a modification of the early Kngiish pattern of
architecture
^^^^^^^^^^���EL" "   "'    "a   ___________
,  ���-   The edifice will be ern-  itl copulation
; ciform and have a central tower, presenting the appearance of a stately oil
English cathedral. The material to bi
used  will be White stone.
The  transept   will   have   s   seating
capacity of 2600 persons.
Mr Lemieux urged the
to lay the foundation for t
success in sterling, honest, intrepid
courage and lofty ideals, and said that
in Canada, their country, they had a
greal heritage, equal in area to the
l'nited States and before many de-
ades  to  exceed   the  mother  country
.a    j  _ _    uiuers   were   given    io   auanuon    die     "���"   "��� "Vl�����j   "" '" ""*-" ",l-
idred mem- ^ courses were cleared and apparently
at the ban-  bWP> but  the smoke appearing to be  relished the chef should  be a proud
| less heavy, the attack on the flre was  man.   As regards the latter in J unction
graduates  resumed, and it was put out the  next  re dyspepsia, time alone will tell,
their future  Anx. I    After the comnanv had bepn nh��iio.
He pointed out the great natural advantages of Ihe country and urged
(he Student In their journey (hrough
life to maintain an Meal with a lively
faith and the cult oi honor
with self-respect.
in.ton. tind^      cheapei   to get  them
I rots I ��� -lary  line  than  to im
port men from  the  east.     Hence  the
heme.
Evtry Train Brings Them.
Trainmen working on the G. N. It
do sect*.i  of    the    large
Uana and  Qreeks thej
in ���  as i.n  as tin- BmaU
Itatloi o  Blaine, a short dis-
di\ Idlng line.    Every
train brii        l a few, bul  no train
,i    .  unless  with  tbe
Ol    the    Immigration
orers   merely    wait
until nightfall, then march out through
tl�� woods ami enter Canada,   once on
this t ��� line they are practical- ���
MANY VESSELS ARE
REPORTED IN DISTRESS
QUEBEC BRIDGt
,jav After the company had been photo-
' . ��� , graphed by W. T. Cooksley, everyone
From then on the ship was almost   s.u   ))!U.k  for the speeches and rig)u
constantly  fighting hea\ y storms and   well did those who spoke acquit the in-
strong  headwinds.    Eighty  days ago,  selves.
as  the  ship   was  rounding  the   Horn,' The  Wholesalers.
Captain     Kimmette     was     suddenly       Harry    Martin,    in    proposing    the
Btricken  blind, and the  first  mate as-  "Wholesalers'  Association." noted the
sumed  command.    Captain  Kimmette  fact  tbat in this province there were
was given medical attention when the   two of    the    largest    houses in    the
ship arrived last  night, but  it is fear-   Dominion   and   it   would   not   be   very
- -    --.    ed that  he will be permanently  blind,   long  before  B.   C.   was  able  to  boast
coupled   Pan Diego was the first  port tbe Ary-   of  tbe  presence  of  thc   very   largest.
I an   touched    Bince    leaving    Pblladel-  anywhere from coast fo coast.    It hail
phja been said tbat the wholesalers were ��
Forty   davs  after  clearing  a   small  bad lot and    were   cutting   into   the
BOATS WELL KNOWN IN B. C.
PORTS ARE IN TROUBLE IN
DISTANT PLACES���FIRE CAUSE
OF GREAT LOSS.
 '���'"        _________________________mm^^^^^^m
.    ^  The government's refusal to place a I    Seattle, March 8.���Word    was   re
|y���if< lifflcull to prove they ciatt8e jn the act defining what ia "Do- (celved  last   ti hi    thai    (he    British
the regular way. ! |np business in British Columbia" was   steamer  Backenbam,  which
If Caught. Try Again. ti,,, ,|X  |h, S(, present to be an evidence   loaded wltl
these bands of laborers   of   utter  disregard   of    petitions,
vessel was sighfed, but after (hat time   prices.     This   was  not   bo   and   those
no craft  was seen, and two   months   who had   wriuen  so  in  the  Journals
ago  almost,   all  hope   of  safety   was  were absolutely at. sea.
A    \A/HD1 Dl    RFM""D   a,,:in(lon<r(i     cn     lhe    Aryan.     Three      R.  P.  McLennan,    who    responded.
t\    nvlVLl/    DLnlLlX   nionlhs ago, (be last of the fresh meat,   prefaced  bis  remarks  b)   saying  that
vegetables and potatoes were used up,   he   was   treading   on   thin   ice.     This
  'and tobacco supplies Were almost ex-  was bh first visit to Westminster and
hausted.    When the ship was brought   he  was not sure just where he  was
into port last night a Quantity of fresh  getting off at.    As a wholesale hard-
provisions,   and   a   Bupply   ol   tobacco  ware man he was not    supposed    to
��� nt aboard. know every  member of  (he audience,
Tbe officers did not know that the and he did not as a matter of tact,
tobacco was also Intended for the when he was speaking to a member ot
crew, and serious trouble was narrow- his own especial husiness or to a coui-
ly averted.    Order was restored when  mon grocer  I laughter).    The Ottlcera
  I the men were given tlieir share of the  of his association would, he thought,
m,,,������      >r���,. v,     -     ti,���     r,������i,���o   tobacco.       Preparations     are     being  never  be  in a position  to  invite the
utta��a.     \iann    r.���tne    gut nee , ,   f Captain K-m. members of the B. C. H. A. to sucb ��.
ornlge   project   was   brought ^before   �����  tQ   ���_   ���__,_   jn    EJex    N   j    bam,uet as he had that ni���ht enjoyed.
HON. GEORGE GRAHAM DECLARES
SAFETY MUST BE CHIEF CONSIDERATION���STRUCTURE TO
COST  ABOUT $11,000,000.
nail   ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
up   by    the    authorities.
I Thn an  men     deportfd.   As often
.... ys   later   the   same
crowd i her attempt al com-
tltry, where work    is
plentiful and wai es higher, and. with
the i ained  al   some cosi
to their pn '.ious attempt, tbey usuallj
nanagi ��� -.,-  their  purpose.
.    A !..'.>. days ago fifteen Italians were
^���1-' uiu! huddled together jn    U>c
[Ci ntinued on  Page  Four.)
IER MAKES SPEECH
I FAVOR OF RECIPROCITY
quests and reasonable expectations of
the merchandise brokers and jobbers
of  this  province.
One of the speakers said that when
ii is remembered that three different
counsel in   .... ^^^
association different opinions on the
act, he thought that (he association
should take it upon itself to get an
Interpretation tbat a layman might understand, and be able to govern him-
members of the association that many
tirms are refusing to do business with
British   Columbia   except   on   a   cash
^********************^aa**l. ^ ^.
     recently   the house of   commons yesterday by   �����? ��_��*, ^bUnd^is
      th lumber on the Sound, has   Haughton  Lennox, of South Simcoe,   ^ hat   caused   tne   winaneaa
re    put  Into Tasmania with a  fire in the     -���--   -'--  "���--*���    ���������**.*���  Known
__bo  moved  that  "before   committing
hold. the country to any of the alternative
There are a number of vessels propositions for the construction of
familiar to British Columbia ports in the Quebec bridge or incurring any
trouble  al     the    present    time.    The
CHURCHES    ADVERTISED.
.  J.   banquet as he had that night enjoyed,
not   The only way lie could suggest to his
body that such u thing could be done
would, be  by advancing the price    of
nails to 40    cents a keg.    He,    in    a.
serious vein, spoke of his last visit to
Westminster, somewhere back fn 1884,
when  he passed  through  here on his
way   to   North   Bend.     In   that   long
At-
  .,,.     ,      ,       ...     _, ,    W        .. substantial  additional outlay, lt is tlu   Found   Tn->t   It    Increased    Their
oe.eu  ,..a.  i*..^���-�����----- .Clivebank  of the Weir fleet, lies    at   du(y of the minister of railways to In- tendan.-.  Fifty  Per Cent
Vancouver  had  given  the  Q ttvmas.  badly  damaged  as  the  re-  fo.m this house, by a general compre!     Blnghamton    NY    March  7-The ,"-   ~, /, J. >, _ ,       ���        ,
-^���    -....-   -_..._...   ..  ....   i,PnsiVp   .tatement of all the Imnortinr     i,7?;      wui     ,1 \        ,      '       1 lapse of time much had been done In
.��?:  tiZir^T��,�� ^�������fm^^   churches of this city have just made this  citv  and   when   ,le  Brrlved   here
steps  taken  b>   the goveinmeut.   and   an unusual demonstration of the value thJa  dav   M   th���  BUaat  of  thp   Hard.
to afford the people's  representatives  of newsnaner advertising     As the re- as   tne  guest  or  tne   Hara-
i     H * ,������.:,,    OI  newspaper au\fiusin..    /vi, iue re Ware  executive  he  hardlv  recognized
in parliament an opportunity of consld-  sult   of   an   advertising  campaign   of .._,_,...    ;.,. L.k.-k
suit   of  a  flre.  while another  of  the
same fleet, the bark . pringbank. is on
the  overdue  list,  being  214   days  out
from Pt. Hazaris for Santa Rosalie.
According   to   the   last   report   the
���remlsr Expresses  Belief  that  Noise
^ade by Opponents of Measure
Is Out of All Proportion.
' nn^iv"   Bwas reported   by  ciivebank,   which   caught   fire    in    a
nlingB.    it was     t_   _     Mexican harbor, had to he scuttled In
order to check the flames.
exceiii   ui.   ��   -       The Tottenham, a sister ship to   tbe
-----      .      ,������,���     .\nlple evidence of  Heckenham.  has run  ashore on    the
^'V a?nroduce        \ resolution   west  coast of  Madagascar.
tbis fact was producea. assistance is   sent    to    the
^ r? .S";    e e in dealing   Bti.ish bark  Caithness-shire, which is
board of trade to co-opon ' ashore at San Salvador,   before   her
stern  sets,  there is  little hope held
out  for her safety.
Two vessels of the Wat tab line were
in parliament an ou_ uiiuuii> ui >.������� _lllr   ���,   _,,_._
erlne and advUina unon what is best f J    "tt""u""a   *^***..r*~c~   -   the great go-ahead city.   The possibiif
,     he    tdilk  in e^es  ' JuSt ��"e d,a}'' a" ^T^i imTds?   n   ties for the hardware trade were won-
II,   C Craham  s,id  that after'the   attendance  at ,tlle  dlll,'chT��f  5", derfui and he could see in this district
Hon. U. 1. Otahain said that aftei per cent was brought about.    The ex-'     vprv ,,io. f,.t....���     Thln__  were    on
an experience of a quarter of a century ��ei.iment   was  participated   in   by  a.l  a    e��  b'S future-    T1"ns8 ' Cre   ��"
in  newspaper  work  he  had  come to Ule proteStant churches.    The clergy- (Continued on Page Four.)
the conclusion that everybody   knew men  are conducting a special  move- 	
how to run a newspaper better than ment  u,  lnci.eage  attendance  at   the
with the question.
how to run a newspaper better than  ment  to  lncrease att,,ul.u;i...   .���   ������.
the man who was running the paper,  services and nn empty pews. On Sat-   IIIDV  CIVCO   llfl   Dl IMF
and so he had concluded after hisiex- urday nearIv  ull  ,he merchants   by JUHI  lIACd WU DLAIYlL
FOR ANDERSON'S DEATH
THOMAS CONNELL^ ^ ^
, - ra ss^jfijffs =lx vk S^l1 ^^*k as=
GREAT SAILORS' STRIKE.
Ott
attendance   of members in Q     Monday   he  was ����-"~-mating vene  dead  seven  days ago,  and   at
commons this afternoon evidenced ,,������,,, M a vag andalso foriBretani       ��, aeaa   e y^ ^   .fr
rest with which sir \\  - [ disturbance on I oli .ibla rtr et rangements ^
of the debate on the reel- forp  thP  (, ,,  yeBterday he gjM gun^^ he has _0<  ���,���.,
sal was awaited. ,.   ' that he had just ����������**���* Vnm.0���.   inr cxha,od  breath  in all  the   seven
,    "n the floor o   the house   at    the  stance for wrong doing �� v~*~       "nr    XI '        .       , n    respiration
- sat Lad, Ore, and in   -IPannl(1 pleaded bard to be avowed to ^y.; there *u^bejt^no res, ^  ^
were most of the notablea tho    Ro,al   (�� >���   ���J���.M     tf  ",��� ^ case of suspended anima-
si   iH|1'"1 . ,.      J granted his request and two hour '.s^unwl^n  thPV  irritate the   nerve
![h��at period had not elapsed when the  vontvs body with a needle
, Jinnee with this"Quebec bridge that agreement, gave up their regular ad
eve v odv k, ew better how to build a vt,,islng spaCe In the newspape s t
brSe   ban did the engineers. tllP Ministerial association   which Hll-
This Ouebec bridge was unique; it    d to overflowing yesterdaj.
two vessels Ul  ll.O   it mum ******  *��� ��� **,        1 nis     .lUt-m-l    ""^ .    ,   ,       *=" 	
'brldw   w s.oound   ���   ""<t'"\^,* 	
tween tbem. engineer    from   the   Britisli   steamship   Damaia
Mr'   V&U?A6tof tte  most  eSKt S.tobe replaced by Chinese.from
S.^SSSl'S SS."^  na^a,   sJke   of   Bailors gainst
Rumored       Sensational       Disclosures
Peter Out When Evidence as to
Accident Is Given.
The inquest on the body of Albert
Anderson, tbe foreigner who dieii Ht
tlie Koyal Columbian hospital as tha
result of injuries received In the
course of his work at Hope, and about
cheers
greeted with tumultuous
l""11 'us followers,
1,1 opening he declared that the reel-
|,;":;l" proposals during the past
'"'""li Iind .net with the approval of
,"1' majorit y of Canadians. Opposition
"ad developed, ' ^^^^^^
that penoo 7" ""V^ money was  milscles supplied by the
theft "f a watch ��nrt,snm,e���l��� ./���,, M  ,��� ,h��� t.-Htntion.    So tt
twartei
.-.-.., it, was true, In maay\^.i_ the
ers, but this was centred mainly
"i Montreal and Toronto.
"'' believed lhe noise made by the
"���'l'ositinnisis was disproportionate to
""''il actual numbers. Much of this
Wttclsra wtiR baaed on misconception
"I ih
HI
tl
he ....
For
hot
artvoe
1"' ictual details of the agreement.
|S own wonder was that in view of
" whole circumstances there should
real opposition to it.
years it had been just what.
Parties In Canada had expressly
""ated, Sir John Macdonald had
"n��lUlvocally endorsed anv policy of
reciprocity in t,-ade with the United
31 '"' liich the government was now
goring, 'l'he memories of present-
"*' Conservatives seemed to be very
j"""1'1 lu 1891 the Hon. Mr. Foster
'.'' been one of the Conservative
who went to Washington UU-
'''''tcssliiiiy seeking the very thing
vv'iii'li he n0W condemned the present
government for getting.
       ..      i ,-,r*��� bouse and ns to the Irritation.    So the muscles are
reported to the station ho��� >\ ����|-      ^ulez,     the     deteriorative
the descriptioniof   the   tme         ^ ^                              ft ,
with Thomas a searcn was lacking.    Shirdivene is in
'0:;", % io       o "state .I; same physical condition as before
man  from   the    i        '                    ,���., ,(,emise."   But he answers to none
sbouldhave been hiWngover tne one ^^            (o   determinb
and fer away, he "j^^  than   Aether or not he lives except as to
S S-hlch bright him there the pt* j nerve irritatiom	
V,0U9 day" o he expected that the"
magistral
the ground of lii-neauu.       ...^..^     .,....���    	
been no discrimination hetween any of  Hritish   vessels  emplovtng   Orfentals. I ^i' _" "*" v"1"
,.f   thn   Arma-    oml   it   wnc   tmnnrt'inl   tn    *.,, ..    . ,    Which  SO milch  Was expected, Came tO
or the turns, and it was important io   'p]10 ,nen assert that an international       ,  .    , ��� ,    .   '     .
'     "  ^" ��""i-  strike will  be called probably  within  a ,a,nf f?��Clu^?  yesterday  when a
neers had heen m �� -���   a   month   starting  at Liverpool   and  s')Cml   }"%���  alte,r   faring   the  Mr
- "'"" hrMcG- ��������h��.   ehieflv the Dnited Kingdom ^'nce, ?f the ",e,,^al men, from �����
i hospital, came to the conclusion that
 . the deceased had died as the result oi
| injuries and exonerated the Columbian
hospital from any blame in the matter.
A   brother  of   the   dead   man   haii
blamed the doctor at Hope and at ot*i
period it was stated that action wotiW
^******************WL.\, ;.j��
Imph.-tae'"theTucl- that all the engine 5" Shirdi-  ���2*2Sm!��? iuspeiin bridge.  affec[lng chiefly
t�� some of the **��?$& ^tadple which had guid-  and  Australia,
nerve respond       "J�� c"" ^ That was and must
.   ,������c,i��c nre   ed him ��as *���l*V,___���,������    Vverv ,,,-e-, **********
CONVICT SUICIDES.
Prisoner Serving Long Term for Man
slaughter Kills Himself���Insane.      i penou n who gu,���u ^	
Kingston, Out..    March 8.���Charles  be taken against the company whiels
Goldsmith, a convict serving a twenty-  had employed  him, but this will    In
>. .o.-ni.^���,i r,_w Mow over. The jury
7 .i^Uhood'now'blow over The J��y
�� iK ^Slook S i-ienc.! SPARK PROM NAIL
on   Mister  Connelly   when   h-   18    ���<"
reigned this morning.
��� ��� ���
���
���
���
��� ���������<.������<.*������<>���
CAUSED AN  EXPLOSION
he the first consideration. Every pre-j
caution had been, and would be taken. I
"I believe we are going to accom-1
pltsh the construction of the Quebec
hridge, but it is going to take longer |
than   I  expected  when  1  began   the
task." | uoiusmiiu, a VU,.,.,., ������. a _.
Tbe minister took the ground that. Iti one year term for a murderous assault  an um>u?�����   __
wus not in (he public interest to make' on a woman near London fourteen which sat. on the Inquest wus cottt-
any further statement as to the cost years ago, committed suiei'.e yester-j posed of the following citizens; W.
of construction as to the plans, etc.,I day evening. He cut his shirt inl Stott, p. b. Symmes, W. O. Wooster,
tind said he could assure the house | strips and handed himself to the cell ED, .!. Welsh, F. W. Hayfield and J. 8.
that step by step expert advice   had  door.    He  is   believed  to  have  been  Bryson  (foreman).
He hoped to give a  insane at the time. After  the  inquest   the Rev.   if. A.
"" Sand,   of  the   Lutheran   church, coi*-
.. ducted the funeral services at the OAi
������������������������������������������������j Fellows' cemetery.    The    atten lanee-
; was small.
Strike in Prospect.
Calgary, March 8.��� The conference in tbis city between
the miners and the mine oneia-
tors has reached a deadlock.
No agreement is in sight anl
neither side will admit the possibility of a compromise.
��� ���
<���*������������������������������������ cortes.
\nacortes, March 7.-A spark from been ^���JJjL^ _ a few weeks,
a nail bead caused an explosion.yes- f ^nlete BtoUment m ^ poUtlQ
terday that may cost the life of Henry | but ��M��fed   h l,,. ier statement now.
, sa sr-s^-fwSiaxS-Sass_����
ass-s t arK-tt f��B,s sws
wrecked the craft and fractured V��M J^.'^SadtiiSSfS-WrtW#11,000,WM��.
Cayou's skull.   He was taken to FH-. believedAt:WOU10^oe ^ {
dav Harbor and from there Ur. Heed      Mr   WnhOX:W $,,5000.
brought  him to the hospital at  Ana-  that t.ie cost woui.
" 000.
* 	
* | Verdict of Suicide.
���i    Hamiota,   Man.,    March 8.���A jury
* empannelKul    yesterday    morn Ins   to
* ascertain tho cause of the deatli of A.
* W. K-.therfovd, manager of the   local
* brunch of the Rank of Hamilton, re-
* turned a verdict to the effect that tl**-
' . ��� ��� . , , ��� ceased came to big death bv a l��u?T��t
��������������������������������������������� ���fired from a revolver In his own bansL
Taft Coming West.
Seattle, March 8.���According
to advices received this morning President Taft will visit
tiiis city in September, arriving here on the fifth and remaining until the ninth. Taft
was here last in 1008.
1     I t;
;, 1
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8
1911
Wants
^J'^li!!!!!^ REVELSTOKE THOROUGHLY
?S2 M SKtrd     SANCTIONS KECIPBOCITY
avenue.    Only $1200.
WANTKD TO  EXCHANGE���A    HOT
in Burnaby tor horse and rig ln good
ci ndltion,   Apply R, B. Petrle,
eral delivery, North Vancouver,
Ml
WANTED ��� ACCOUNTANT   SEEKS]
additional    work    evenings.    Books
posted and balanced monthly, state-'
ments     rendered,     etc.       Moderate
terms.    First   class references.    Ap-
X. V. /., Daily News office,
ply
(B) SURREY���For sale, 132 acres, 50
acres cleared, on Coast Meridian
road, one-quarter mile from Surrey
Centre. Price }130 per acre; one-
quarter cash, balance one. two and
three years. This is a real goo I
buy.
(C) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth Btreet, $3500, $600 cash,
balance over two years.
Never a Dissenting   Voice Raised Yet
Public    Meeting���Board    of
Trade  Lets  It  Slip  By.
in
WANTED���PROPERTY   LISTED
customers   waitin
BY
owners,    have
full   particulars,   MacCallum
Smith   block,   New   Westmin-
Send
Bros,
ster.
WANTED���LISTINGS OF HOUSES
to rent or for sale. We have customers waiting. MacCallum Bros.,
Smith block, New Westminster.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
with housework and care for children. One who can sleep at homo
preferred. Apply 512 Seventh street,
or telephone 376.
WANTED���AN    APPRENTICE,
ply at the Ladies' Hairdressing parlors.
WANTED���YOUNG
good education, to
estate office.    One
W.  .1.  Kerr,  New
MAN, WITH!
work in real
who   ls  willing
(D) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street ami 165 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,
balance over live years at 7 per
cent.
(E) FIFTEEN acres at city limits,
l.ulu Island; till cleared ami cultivated.   At $850 per acre.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern  Crown  Bnnk   Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New Westminster
REID. CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
to  work.    Apply
Westminster, B.C.
BY   YOUNG
WANTED���SITUATION
for children  or house
Daily News office.
girl to care
work.    Box
THREE  excellently  located
lots; two inside and co:ne
$700;   one-half   cash
and 18 months.
west end
, $!m0 and
balance  6,   1-
to    th
balance on j
ton Bros., Nor- j
Bank    block.    Tel
WANTKD���WE    HAVE    TWO    CLI
ents who wish to purchase five o;
six room modern cottages
value of $3600, $500 cash '
easy terms.    Kellin
ther n    Crown
phone (ISO.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL      RANCH,      IM-1
proved,  with  buildings, in  the  vie-]
inity  of  New   Westminster.      Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings stieet east.
ON EIGHTEENTH street, corner and
two inside lots, $1800; one-third
cash, balance 0 and 12 months.
Eighth  street,
avenue-t.
j FURNISHED  house on
i     between Third and Fourth
400 cash.
Jltioo;
ONE acre on Eighth avenue, between
Sixteenth and Eighteenth streets.
$25(io;  good terms.
Revelstoke,   March   7.���Reciprocity
or any other question for Ihat matter
seems lo be no issue in this city. Notwithstanding the fad   that  lhe newspapers   all  over  Ihe  country   for  Ibe
past couple of months have been tilled
from  stem  to gudgeon  with  pros and
cons on this proposed  measure, and
notwithstanding the fact  that  all other boards oi I ratio have discussed the
proposition   from   Dan   to   Beersheba,
Revelstoke board of trade has not yet
expressed its opinion on the subject.
A meeting was called for Thursday
night   at   which   no doubt,  had  there
been  a   quorum,  this   matter   would
have been  brought   up for an expression of popular opinion, but the onlv
persons apparently   Interested  in  the
welfare   of   this  country    were    foul
staunch liberals, Messrs, ,1. I*. McLennan,  F.  II.  Bourne, F.  W. Lalng, and
W.   II.  Pratt,  the   president.    Now a
quorum  for a  regular  meeting   must
constitute   of   five   members, consequently only four being present there
wns no meeting.    Many other important questions were also to have been
brought up for discussion.    From this
apparent disinterest it must be assumed that this city is at one on die matter of reciprocity and that all its citizens are thoroughly In accord with the
measure before the house, which has
set  the whole manufacturing and producing  interests agog,  and   threatens
to disturb the commercial atmosphere
of the country  throughout   its length
and breadth.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and  Fifth  Avenue
PHONE   370.
Clearance Sale
 of  ���
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd,
Sapperton, British Columbia
REQUIREMENTS,
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
50x200 feet between Eighteenth and
Twentieth streets. $650; $250 casa,
balance 6 and 12 months.
SCRATCHED   FOR   40  YEARS.
FOK  SALE���CHEAP  LOT
berta street.    Price $500.
balance $10 r.er month.
620 Columbia street.
ON     AL
$75 cash
P. Peebles
FOR SALE���SIX. KINGED RANGE,
all complete . good oven, plate
warmer and shelves. Price $15.00
230 Eleventh street.
FOK SALE���150  ACRES    OE    uuuu
land, with one mile water frontage
on main channel Fraser river; one-
half miles from C. N. R., one-thir'l
mile from C. P. R., one und one-half
miles from B. C. E. R.    Price   .150
per  acre.    $4500  cash, balance  five
or six years at 7 per cent.    Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South Westminster.    Phone F 570.
Used D. D. D. Six Months���All Itchin.
Gone.
This  is  the  actual    experience    of
Anne Croman, Santa Rosa, Cal., with
| the  wonderful  I).  L).   D.   Prescription.'
 j     D. D. L). is the proven Eczema cure.
west end,  the mill wash that gives instant    re-
;750;   good  lief in all forms of skin trouble.
Cleanses the skin    of till impurities
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ���washes away  blotches and  pimple ;.
OCEANVIEW, five acre lots in Surrey,  leaving the skin as smooth and heal-
overlooking all Delta and Gulf. $125 thy as that, of a child.
an acre up. I     Write today  for a free trial  bottle
 . ������ ��� -Iof this wonderful Eczema cure to the
HOUSE and two 50 foot lots in Sao- D. D. D. Laboratories, Dept. N. M.l'i
00; $250   cash,   balance'��� Colborne Street, Toronto.   It will give
THREE cleared lots on Hamilton
street, near Moody square. $960 to
$1000 each.
66x84 feet close to cut-off
cleared  and  in  grass,
terms.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%
to
and
BL  P.
Cycle.
I
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.      	
Westtnlnste
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
1
Official   C. P. R'y Time Inspector
_._
J
perton.    $7
easy.   Near Richmond.
Col    ^^^^^^^^^^^
i you Instant  relief.
Sold by f. .1. MacKenzie.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
WEST END���(Eighth avenue), corner
block consisting of one acre; $;!(i75;
easy terms.
FOK SALE���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot 66x132, good bearing
fruit trees, shrubs, etc. For particu
lars apply to Owner,
street, City.
WEST END���(Eighth avenue), one
and one-half (1%) acre block, $5000;
terms to arrange. 	
4  Princess, WEST END���(Between    Eighth    and
I     Tenth avenues), lots from $500 up-
���" I     wards.
TOR SALE���LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain
for quick disposal. Apply Koom 11,
Burr block.
FOR SALE���LOT ON EDMONDS
road, $40o; $50 cash, balance $15
monthly.    Box 922, City.
FOR SALE���AT BURNABY, ONE
acre crop of rhubarb. For terms
.and Information apply by letter to
P. O. Box A., Agassiz, B.C.	
WEST END���(Seventh avenue), two
lots at $750 each; good terms.
TENTH AVENUE���(Between McBride
boulevard and First street), lots
from $375 upwards.
FOR
SAPPERTON���Eight lots at $325 each.
FOURTH STREET���Thirteen roomed
modern house, lot 132 feet by 132
feet; $10,000; terms to arrange with)
owner.
SALE-EDMONDS. CLOSE TO I COLUMBIA  AND  FRONT STREETS
     Schaake
Limited, New West-
station, six roomed house, open fireplace, bath, septic tank. Price $2350
Apply Walker Bros., Edmonds.
FOR SALE���A FIVE PASSENGER
30-35 h.p. touring ear in first class
running order, cheap. Will exchange
for real estate. Apply ��-*r��� "y"*
Machine Works
minster, B. C.
FOR SALE���LARGE LOT, 66x132,,
situate on Eleventh street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues; all cleav-
���ed; price $1500; terms $600 down,
balance ti, \2 and 18 months at 7
per cent, interest. Apply 705 Sixth
avenue.
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH, 25
horsepower engine;   length  of boat
40 feet;   width of beam 9
inches; good house. Boat thoroughl
equipped with life belts
25 passengers
Kerr, New
feet   10
oroughlv
license for
|lo00.    Apply W. J.
Westminster, B. C.
FOK SALE���AT A BARGAIN, lfi
horsepopwer, 4-cylinder Cowle ert-
gine, make and break. This 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.
-We have exclusive sales of some
of these lots on exceptionally easy
terms.
LULU   ISLAND���1800   feet   of   deep'
water frontage, 45 acres (subdivided
into six lots) at $13 per front foot;
easy terms.
WEST END���(Eighth avenue) facing
south, two good lots, $750 each.
QUEENS AVENUE AND TWELFTH
street���Large modern house, every
convenience, basement and furnace,
beautiful lawn;  $8500; terms.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real
Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
FOR SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable; for quick sale, $120.
UM���������������mr^~���~.�����������^^M�����<���*^���r~
FOR SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Edmonds water system���streets be-
ins opened.    Each lot 66 by 242   or
over, with frontage on two streetB.
Al soil. $450 and $46:2.50; one-quarter  cash,  balance   sly,  twelve  ani\
���eighteen months.    If you want one i
come today.    D. C. Patterson
monds.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ifflca 'Phone 1W.     Barn 'Pfcona 1S7
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   Sa
anj part oi Vh�� city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
Ed-
TO  RENT.
TO KENT���LARGE WELL FURN1SH-
*ei rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"hone Ul Residence Phone 133
FOR SALE
OWING to failing health I shall dl*
pose of my property on the following easy terms, except where otherwise specified: One-fifth cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and Jl months; 7 per
cent.
CARIBOO  AND  FOURTEENTH   STS.
���Rooming house with two annex,
lots 60x132 and 66x66; present income $56 per month; estimated rental of seven best rooms, reserved for
family use, $35; improvements in
progress will probably bring revenue
up to $140 per month. Location, one
of the best city for working men's
rooming house. Price $7000; one-
third cash. Remainder of 4-5 aero
on Fourteenth stieet, five nice sized
building lots, $6500. Adjacent lots
sold recently for $2100 each.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND HENDRY
streets���Four lots, two almost cleared, 66x148V.; $2800.
SEVENTH  AVENUE  AND  BOWLER
street ��� Six    roomed    house,    lot
50x165, in orchard, $1400.
LOT 172, BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���"The
best yet," see Province February 25,
page 18, flrst column. Shaughnessy
Heights not In It. Block 7, eight lots
on Twentieth street, In orchard,
$5000. All block 8, 22 lots, four
streets, 80 yards from cut-off, $12,-
000.
LULU ISLAND���Ten acres, Sec. 34,
about a mile from city limits, 423
feet deep water frontage, $20,000.
Five acres on west half of block 20,
city, improved, $10,000. Three acres
near Garden City station o n Steveston line, $1500.
SURREY���Port Mann, 10 acres, Improved, Sec. 35, corner Qulhle and
Townline roads, $6000. Port Kells,!
17 acres, 10 acres almost cleared,
excellent soil, chocolate loam, six
roomed house, stable, outbuildings,
well and fencing, all good. Voung
orchard with small fruit on three
acres, highly cultivated, on Latimer
road, with two side roads; one-
quarter mile from Townline. Five
minutes walk to either wharf, C. N.
R. or G. N. station; an Ideal bome;
similar Improvements on heavily
timbered land would cost the price
now asked for all, $5250.
ABBOTSFORD���Eighty acres, west
half of southwest quarter of 16 of 16,
good soil, five acres cleared, an
orchard, estimated value of timber
$2000; one-half mile from mills on
Abbotsford lake, $6400. Also 40
acres near Abbotsford, northwest
quarter of southeast quarter of 16
of 16, good soil, $3000.
SAPPERTON���One lot on Cumberland
street, $400. One-fourth interest In
24 acres on east side Brunette river
and south of Pitt river road, $12500,
one-third cash.
GOOD titles, mostly indefeasible; no
incumbrances. For further particulars apply to Owner.
D. D. BOURKE
1316 CARIBOO STREET.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Ccnnecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
If you want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
...   CANADIAN PACIFIC
'Sffii B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m   Dally
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunda/
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, 23
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,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates Given on  Any Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the 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 tn the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
RUBEFY'
���   ROOFING ���
STANDARD tCil li ����"
YOU MAY DRIVE'-^BUTYOU CANT���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2.
1, 2 and 3 ply.
80LD CINDER AN ABSOLUTE  GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
'li WEDNESDAY, MA.tCH 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRBE.
Vancouver's Industries Become Visible
ON NORTH SHORE WITH SECURING OF DOCKYARD
1
jy
Industrial Supremacy of City Assured by Promotion of Great Manufacturing Centre at
Roche Point���Vancouver Vim Obtains Benefit Accruing From
Vancouver's Natural Advantages
i
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 the mainspring of the human hotly, so [B
Manufacturing Industry the mainspring of Municipal existence. Dress
B man In ths finest clothes, put money into his pockets, give him tha
golden key that will open the doors 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 to 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 ui a given point; they build their homes and places of business,  I follow their usual avoations. The natural consequence is that a village springs Into existence. If the people are endowed with suticienl "backbone" the village will
give place to a town, and In the process of time tbe town
becomes a .ity. Should the nat iral advantages be great (as they are
in Vam unveii, the city will continue lo grow for a time ln spite' of 'i
lack ol energj and push on the part of its citizens; but a time always
��� when the natural advantages become exhausted and, In consequence, the city stands still for a while, and then slowly hut surely
i the other way, All tbrough the l'nited states and Canada
towns, villages and cities are cu this retrograde movement, and in
ninety-nine cases out of every hundred, Instead of the excuse of
"nurd nines," it is the simple f iei thai the citizens lack the backbone necessary to Improve on and assist the natural advantages of
��� ; ace. Sometimes a foolish lather gives his son so much money
boy grows into manhood without the slightest knowledge of
how to flghi bis way in the weld. Without a moment's warning tho
"old man" (the natural advantages) tails, the son is thrown on his
<-.'s (which are nil),and In consequence begins to revolve
Othei    way,   and   Often   drops   OUt   of   si^ht.     Some   cities   have   so
man;, nai ral advantages that the citizens get to feel that all they
t. do In life is to enjoj them After a while the "old man" tails
'fc.::. ai ; they, like the "son," soon get the backward gait, while
ol ' towna who have no "old man" to assist, rely on their own
plueh energy and backbone, each citizen putting his shoulder to the
��l.e��l, go pasl the more favored but "supine" cities and beat them to i
frazzle    ("Frazzle" ls a good word i
There was a time when Vancouver was in greal danger of being
like the Bon with the "old man behind;" but that time has. l trust,
passed away forever, and from this time forward she intends to r-ake
the besl ol everything that Nature has blessed her with, and in .he
il ire she will be known not onlv as a great seaport, but as one of the
great Industrial centers of North America.
The Imperial Car Company requires assistance to carry out a
greal work tor this city, a work that will not only stamp Vancouver
M e greal industrial center, bu? at the same time will enrich everv
mun ur woman who -will put goo.l money into it. Already the company
has shown it...if capable of great things. Commencing with nothing,
it has bought and more than half paid for one of the most beautiful
townsites in the world today, atownsite with as many natural advan-
'a.es as can he found anywhere in North America.
This company last year went to the Dominion Government and
Proved its claims to such an exent that it was given nearly $1,100,-
""" to assist it in its work, whll- Prince Rupert, Victoria, St. John,
Montreal and Quebec, who asked at the same time, "are asking yet."
and s.um. ot them will ask forever. Why was Vancouver more fav-
'"'l bj a Liberal Government while still represented by one out of
the told  (a Conservative)?
It was sitnplv and purely that our company went after that subsidy
lust like it goes after everything else it requires, namely, went after
ll With a determination to "get it" and stay with it until it does, ls
thin nol the sort of company to tie up to?
There are other things the company wants tbat are Just as good
M the subsidy, Will vou come anl help, and receive your share of tho
profits' i),���Vt put this paper lown till you have read all this page,
"ml then come in and see us. We are going to win, anyway. Everyone will tell yon that now, but we need you lo help us, and in dolns
so help yourselves and families.
WHVT WE REFUSED
What is Vancouver's gain is another city's loss. Less than six
months ago one of the largest cities in tbe Western States held a ser-
le�� ot meetings of its chamber of commerce, and after going fully into
IU|> detail of our proposition, including our sleeping car patents and
'.'"'i possibilities, made a representative of our company the offer of
���','" acres of land as a site for our car works and the city to take
1250.600 of our stock on condition the Imperial Car Company locate
"s workB in their citv. The truth of this statement we can prove be-
y��nd a doubt to anv interested party. We simply withhold the
name of the dtv from a feeling of courtesy, while, on the other hand
1 is only justice to our companv that the people of Vancouver should
know this, and to a certain extent give our company the appreciation
��Wch is its due. If* .1MHl*i* '*   " <
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 tlie Imperial Car Company informed tbe readers
of the daily papers that the purchase  price  of  its  shares   would   be
raised from $60 to $100, which is the par value of its stock,   lt 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 bard problems ln the earlier   stages   of
their existence, and the Imperial Car Company has been no exception
to the rule;  but by constantly keeping  a  sharp  lookout   ahead,  we
have avoided every rock, and are now comparatively in smooth water.
We can  prcve beyond  a doubt that  we have made a  profit   during
the past year of $2,000,000, and  we do not believe that anv  other
company  in  Canada, outside ofthe C. P. H. or the C. N. K., can truthfully say as much.    We have Just been reading the twenty-first  annual report of one of Canada's best flre insurance companies, in whicn.
the president congratulates the shareholders for being worth $750,000.
Think of ;t���after twenty-one years of hard work.   The Imperial Car
company  has enriched its shar'holders in ONE YEAH to the extent
of nearly $2,000,000.    Is that no' a sufficient reason to raise the price
Of its shares?   We think it is, and at the same time, something to he
proud of.    This is one of tl��e reasons,   however:     Tlie  company    has
succeeded  in financing all   its capital for the building   of the   DRY
DOCK.   This has caused the company  a great  deal   of   hard-headed
thinking in the past few montn i, and is certainly a great burden lifted from its shoulders.    These aid  a   number  of   other   things   have
been the cause of the company s  determination   for  the   change   in
price.    Therefore, after the .Ofl day of March, 1011. no one will be
ahle to buy one share of the treasury stock of this company for less
than   $10ii,   being   the   par   valu ��� 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 find people who would rather buy Oil Shares on the off chance
of after horing several thousand feet into tbe earth tliey MAY
STRIKE OIL, at the same time they know it is a slim chance, ami
that not l.iore than one out of every 500 ever really do strike oil. Tlie
same thing applies to mines. There seems to be a certain spirit of
Speculation dormant or otherwise in all natures. 1 confess to have it
myself l_:gely developed, and have to constantly keep a check upon
my natuie in this respect, so I do not for a moment condemn anyone
given to this sort of thing; rathar I sympathize with them.
By this explanation the reader  will  understand  bow  intensely  interested I am in "Imperial Mines."   The company bas a gang of men
constantly   at   work  drifting  a tunnel into tbe mountain, and every*
time one of the men came Into town I examined tbe samples as if
they were nuggets of pure gold. We are now some 75 or 80 feet in,
and there is 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 provon beyond doubt:    The Imperial Mines
are one vast body of iron and copper ore, millions and millions   of
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, tbe 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 dividend 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 tbe work, and when tbis is completed we consider
the whole tiling half and more than half accomplished. There are a
number of methods of raising money with which to finance an undertaking, namely, selling shares in the proposition to the public, selling
guaranteed bonds to investors, and borrowing money by mortgage on
the property at certain rates of interest.
For instance, every time wo sell a share we are taking in a partner in the profits, lie may be a enntankerous person who will make
trouble in the company, and in addition the company must pay a
large  commission  to  tbe  agent who sells the shares.
The sale of bonds is much better from a company's standpoint, as
the bondholder bas nothing to say in the business, and receives no
profit except the interest on hi-, 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 ite loan. One
of the strongest loan companies in Canada has been looking into our
proposition. Thev have sent sent tbeir representatives here, wbo
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 our extensive plan. . Should we be successful iq. closing this deal, the company will immediately raise tbe
price of the stock to $250 per sliare and take the Treasury Stock entirely off the market.
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 real estate standpoint lor 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 resubdivided 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 values, 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 deep
sea waterfrontage.    It buys this at a time when no one felt it was of
much  value, consequently the price was practically nothing compared
to its present and future value. In  place of waiting until the  city  or
something else builds out to it, the   company   commences   to   build   a
real industrial town itself.    Fira!, the company gets the Ued Fir Lumber Company to undertake to build the most modern sawmill on the
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 the property that will employ to begin with 1:50 and in the future
2500 men.    These and a number of kindred industries will soon line
the shores of the townsite, an.l naturally have raised the value of
the company's townsite to a remarkable degree.    The company will
bave, 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. Tti 2 beauty of all this is that every shareholder will receive the full benefit of every dollar of increase.
Now, my friend, when you take a notion you would rather 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 wlll 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 3000 men, and capable of builing 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 to come in and secure your share
before it is too late. #
A  LAST WORD
Investor or Speculator, whatever you may be, are you not convinced, after reading this page, how worthy is the project we place
before you?
You can purchase until March 20th shares in this, the best and
safest company ln 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 tbe Dominion Government to the extent of $1,002,000. 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 tand it seenu very likely) our loan is completed, the
stock will go at once to $250. No sane man now doubts the future of
the Imperial Car Company. Its success is as sure as the success of
the city itself. If you do not know enough about it, come to see us.
We shall be glad to show you every detail.
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL 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 0 per cent, per annum.
NAME 	
ADDRESS   4	
OCCUPATION 	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and Dry-
dock Corporation, Limited.
aa PAGE FCWR
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
*m
The Daily News
Prospectors with whom 1 have talked   newly elected   president,  Harry  Martin, at Ihe commencement  of a  long
Victoria
Published hy Thc Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, a( their offices,
corner   of    McKenzie   and
Streets.
E. A. Paige.
tell me the formation extends from tho
summit���seven miles ���above Chilliwack
lake���lo the boundary, About midway In ii are the Steamboat Mountain
discoveries, tliose on Ued mountain
mul others. There is a splendid proJ>
pectlng country all the way along,
The Chilliwack Hoard pf Trade Is
Managing Director keenly alive to the possibilities of the
Situation. Chilliwack is at the terminus of the  B. C.  ICleclric  Hallway.
LAHtJ-.
18^
A-
speech, thanked the members for the
great honor they had done him in voting him lo the highest office it was
in their power lo give. It was taken
lor granted, he said, that without retailers tiie wholesale husiness would
he in a bad way. They wanted to
work hand in hand wilh all branches
of   the   husiness   and   they   were     not
organized merely (or the purpose of
regulating prices, hut for a grander
and nobler view, namely, to infuse into
their  ranks  a  feeling of good  fellow
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911.
BURNABY AND COTSWORTH.
Reeve Weart and the Hnrnaby
council certainly handled Auditor
.Moses I!. Cotsworth without gloves.
The reeve more than emphatically
stated tbat no money would have been
paid the auditor had he not been
���ji.vtvn a, understand that the report
was concluded. This stand ls In direct
ntniitrast lo the anion of the mayor
and council of New Westminster who
voted a sum of $!M)0 to be paid that
BBotieman, though his appointment
distinctly Btated thai It was without
remuneration, As to the amount of
5460 for expenses, it is hard to find
tout how this is arrived at, according
Vji> Uie statement $50 a month is paid
fur nine months work, and yet the
Auditor was absent part of the time.
It would have heen far better to have
placed a salary at $100 per month.
Jt seems to us that the $4r>0 expenses, as it is not itemized, must Include the extra publication of that
most, remarkable production "The
Auditor's Report" and which was
mailpl to the ratepayers of this city,
and as we well remember, in many in
stances together with a card enclosed,
inviting the ratepayers to
It is in a rich, productlvi
country, where supplies are comparatively (dieap. All that is needed is a.
trail to lhe new mining camp. Part
of it is already built. The government is heing asked to complete it.
One packer told me he could pack
from Chilliwack to Steamboat for four
or five cents a pound ami make money,
while packers from Hope were losing-
money at twelve and lifteen cents.
The reason is that horse feed is expensive at Hope and must lie packed both
going ami coming, as there is little
or no feed on the trail.
At Chilliwack there Is abundance of
pasture, hay and grain, and there is
also plenty of feed on the trail, so
that extra horses for packing fodder
will not be necessary.
In   the
(arming  Khip and he a help lo each other.
A number of other toasts were proposed and drank wilh enthusiasm and
the happy gathering broke up in lime
to permit of the members from a distance catching a special car at one
o'clock.
Many Italians Arc
Snuggled Across Line
(Continued  from  Page One.)
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
detention shed at White Rock. Included in this were a number who had
heen turned hack before.    During the
night live of these managed to escape, >^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^_
from custody anil started on tlieir nw-nnnnfO 'f'VlClt' \\7d
journey to Westminster. An inimi-tra ClIlIlUUIlLv; Ulcll W C
tion officer boarded the first train and    -i 1       j_    *        1 1
at Colehrook came across traces of the   QO    eleCUlCcU      WOl'K
Interests of the new  camp  quintette.    A  little further otl four    "
For Sale
5-Room Bungalow, fully modern
including furnace, half block fronl
Twelfth street car line, $2500
$800 cash.
Lot, 60 x 132, cleared, on Fifth
avenue and 13th St.   Price $1000.
Westminster Realty Co.
New Westminster
Room 2, Trapp Block
vote    for
and the unprospected territory no
time should he lost In giving Chilliwack pack trial connection with
Steamboat, The Hope trail is in fairly good shape, hut one should he built
without delay  from Chilliwack.
As many prospectors will come in
from the south to Princeton a good
trail has already heen cut from that
city. There is lots of good prospecting
country on that side as well as on the
Chilliwack side. The province never
had a greater opportunity for securing
the thorough prospecting of a most
promising district than it has in the
rush wliich is now inevitable this
year.    It is to he hoped the ministers
the full Importance of the necessity of
John A. Lee lor mayor. .
, ,���,.��� ���_.���,i   of m ties and public works will grasp
Time and tune again we have asked
who was paying for this work ? Is it
On thin J4f*�� calculated at jS.OO a day
.that, we have thc solution.
The Uurnaby reeve's most emphatic
��� declaration tbat he knew nothing of
iin accountant named Griffiths, and (he
conversation he had with Councillor
McGregor, when a Mr. Griffiths was
mentioned, seems to be a damning
piece of evidence, as to how far
Mr. Cotsworth will go to destroy an
Honorable man's reputation.
Jtefore Mr. Cotsworth wrote his report, lie could bave told Mr. Weart
that he had overheard part of a conversation   of   his  and   lie   could  then
have heen told how wrong he was, but   the boom and  it was here that    the
. .. - . ,,   hardware trade would flourish.    West-
Ihat   straightforward  course  was  not  mlngter ,n g ve_. . ^ ^.^ wo). . ^
taken by bim, but the insinuation was lhe ie:ujing commercial and industrial
that it waa in reference to the ap- centre of British Columbia and it
pointment of an accountant for Burna-   woul 1   be   a   very  hard  thing   to   say
I with any accuracy whether Vancouver
y" i would annex Westminster or whether
vWe have from time to time pointed   Westminster  would  move    first    and
the  live  were   recaptured  and  taken
hack and deported.
Many Know the Ropes.
Although some of the men being:
brought out by this underground route
are newcomers from the south of
Europe, many of them have been on
this continent for years. Those who
speak English brag (hat lt ls no
trouble to get from one country to
another, and look upon being heldup
for a few days as merely an unpleasant Incident,
A hunch of eight men were caught
trying to smuggle through at Peardon
vllle last week, and a couple of days
earlier another gang was arrested on
the Yale road and turned hack.
Officer Speaks Hindustani.
Recently an Immigration officer has
been appointed whose Bpeclal duty is
to watch over the Oriental immigrants
This man has a knowledge of Hindustani  which  has already  proved   use-
of all descriptions
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth St.
'Phones 761, 588
HOSPITAL
Westminster P,Uate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu*
lars apply to Hospital. Telephone Tao.
������������
y<S FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
providing the necessary means of com-   ,���i on occasions, as he is able to over-
of the   conti-   hear  conversations   between   the   unsuspecting  Hindus and guide himse'f
accordingly.
Hindus, being Hritish subjects, are
permitted to enter this country a!
will unless they are suspected of heing liable (o become public charges,
but (he same (hing does not apply tn
other Orientals, who must come to
Canada direct from the land of their
birth, This same ruling applies to all
, foreigners.
munication.    The eyes
nent will be on Steamboat and the sur-
rount'(jug   territory   this   year.     The
problem  of  rail  communication   will
loom up very   shortly   too.���Saturday
Sunset.
Hardware Dealers
. Enjoy Big Banquet
(Continued from page one)
TWO  BROTHERS  MEET
AFTER FIFTY YEARS
New Vork, March 7.���A Chicago
despatch to the New York World
says: Two brothers, Charles T. Markham, president of the Illinois Central
railroad, and John T. Markham, bricklayer and plasterer at Hopkinsville
Ky., were united today after a separation caused by the Civil war, nearly
fifty years ago.
"I had searched for my brother for
Telephone 497
Westminster
Trading Co.
J. P. Bowell,   Manager
866 Columbia st., west; opposite tram and government
w-harf.
FAMILY GROCERS AND GENERAL DEALERS.
Best quality goods at lowest
prices. Satisfaction guaranteed
Goods de-
of the citv.
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and  Ccrllne.
PHONE 473
E. II.  BUCKLIN, X. BEARDSLEE,
Pres  atul Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President,
W. l-\ II. BUCKLIN,
Sei   .,��� :
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER   CO., LTD.
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers in
Fir, Cedar   and   Spruce  Lumber
Shingles,   Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
or  money  refunded
livered to any part
^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ years," said President Markham, "hut
out how many unfair statements were take in the city which at this moment gaVe up a long time ago and accepted
made in the New Westminster audit, was the bigger one. He suggested, the theory that he was deal He, too,
It is not necessarv to go into them however that no matter which it was had searched for me. When he learn-
that took the initiative, not to get in e(i that Charles T Markham was re-
:_gain, but we do regret that our coun- the tanR,e which m overtaken goutll Snt.v made president of the Illinois
��cil did not act as Burnaby did, and put   Vancouver. Central  he determined   to   communi-
atself on record as not opposed to   a.i      R. p. Anderson, whose    name    was  cate with me.    He did so, but I coul 1
also coupled with the toast, after scarcely believe it was my brother.
thanking the company for the invita- Today I called him up on the tele-
lion stiid he regretted that many of phone in Hopskinsville, Ky., and veri-
the old faces were absent. In their fled the fact that he was my brother,
places were those of a young school
who, by their work and progress, had
shown that the destines of the hardware trade might with every safety be
left in their hands.    Each    year    the
..audit, but to the manner in which i:
was being conducted, and that a commission   was   not   appointed,   as the
..mayor stated might be done.
Reeve   Weart   and   Councillor   Mc-
<Gregor have certainly gone on record,
FILES IN  HIS SHOES.
Attempt of Convict to   Escape From
Windsor Jail  Foiled by Officer.
Windsor, Ont., March 7.���James Ro-
 land, a convict  from  Kingston   peni-
being so outspoken where their honor There was, as everyone knew, safety  tentiary, who was released on parole
. in numbers and he could see in his  a year  before  the  expiration  of  his
���.was impugnea. , , mind.g eye nothlng but one huge SU(>  sentence, was taken back to Kingston
Now, when is our audit report going  cess for the B. C  H  A I last night by Inspector Parkinson, of
.as absolutely tearless in dealing with
what they thought wrong and earned  crow;i was getting bigger." To "his way
ithe approbation of al! good citizens in  of thinking it would not get too big
to be adopted ? Month after month
it bas wearily dragged along, hundreds
of dollars have been paid, and it is
up to the council of New Westminster to hold meeting after meeting until the whole matter is finally edealt
Sister  Associations.
I the Dominion police, to serve the bal-
| anee of his term.    Roland broke his
The array of talent which responded   parole by going to the United States,
to the toast of "Sister Associations"   where  he  was  arrested  on Tuesday.
was large and brilliant. j when searched  two steol   files wero
W.  Clark,  for  five years president  found concealed In his shoes.   He waa
of the Vancouver Grocers' association,  closely watched after being locked in
���i(h anr, nnt t��� 5h���,v(> ���nd nrocrastin- Sai'' *?BLhe rea,ized when looking his cell. Sunday night Sergeant Ueid
with, and not to shelve and procrastin   around  hjm    th(J    ^ of    ^   df_rovered  Roland  flHng hi8   way t0
ate from week to week. If much fur- branches of the retail trade joining liberty. He bad almost cut through
ther time be taken, the report for De- forces. British Columbia was waking one of the iron posts in- the cell, and
cember,  1910, will  be  readv, and    if   ""��� "ot before her time, 'twas true, but  evidently  intended   using it  to  force
as she was really coming to see that   off the cell roof.   The rest would have
there was strength in union and    the  been easy but for the Interference of
trades  which  were    now    outside
union were few and far between
Mr
anyway as lengthy as the tabulated report issued on the eve of the election.
we shall have to wait for the millen-
nuim for It to be finally disposed of.
���i*   Reid.
THE  NEW GOLD  RUSH.
Drake, of Victoria, said this was   "~
the first time his association had heen NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
invited  to take part in the affairs of TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-
the B. C.  H. A. and  he would carry ster, B. C.���Take notice that. I, C. O.
back to bis organization nothing but Svedmark, of    Tnlameen,   occupation
Between   400   and   500   men    from  praise for the manner in which    the mill owner, intends to apply for per-
Nevada Colorado, California and other  hardware   body  of  this  section  were mission to purchase the following de-
mining'centers are today gathered in  co'^ scribed lands:                             -
5                        ,       .      .    ���     .        V. \\. Welsh, president of the Pro- Commencing at. a post planted about
Vancouver  waiting  for  the  trans   to  vinda] Reta��� a8sodatlon> had a]waya three miles distant, and in a   north-
open into the Steamboat country. The  been led  to  believe    that Vancouver westerly direction from Haslam Lake,
���southern interior of British Columbia  was the Big Noise, but Westminster thence east 80 chains,  tlience  south
between the Siinilkameen and Fraser  now took the honors.    He had never 80   chains,   thence    west.   80   chains,
,,, .    ..                 ,        ���. th.  seen a city where things were carried thence north 80 chains to the point of
valleys will be the scene of one ot tne out Jn guch a buslnesslJke manner and commencement,   and   containing   040
biggest   mining    excitements   British  w|t), less    outside    help.    For   years acres more or less.
Columbia has ever witnessed, during  Vancouver had held the championship CHARLES O. SVEDMARK,
.the coming summer                                   be,f gainst all comers, but on his re-! D. O'HARA, Agent.
turn .o that city on the morrow he February 17th, 1911.
would  see that the trophy was sent ������������������������������������
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^              to this  burgh.    Aa a grocer,  he felt NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
der.   Thousands of them are coming,  that at. last Biitish Columbia was com- TRICT���District  of   New Westmin-
One man who has been through se-'- lB�� into its own and ere long lt would ster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
,��ral stampedes told me that from 10,-  ''ave Northern America "beaten to a Thorsen,   of    Vancouver,   occupation
ono in "(1000 nrosnectors and miners    !'azi!le: v..As the result of the '�����a- marine engineer, Intends to apply for
O00 to -0,000 prospectors and miners  tlon of his    own    aR80ciatlon    other ,)orm|8slon to purchase the following
will invade the Steamboat district this  bodies had heen    organized    and    he described lands: .
season.                                             '  .        would ask the hardware men to rally Commencing tit a post planted about
together and  help In the founding of two and one-half miles south of T. L.
other branches.   As retailers they had lot 1308, and one mile east of Haslam
_,,                                       ,               . ,      much  ln  common and he hoped  the Lake,  thence east 80 chains, tlience
been in the camp all winter working  day was not far distant when all the south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
���on a couple of properties came ln this  associations would amalgamate and so thence north 80 chains, to the point of
week     Their stories are all to the ef-  show to the east th,lt those out here commencement,   and   containing   640
*    ****.*   ihoro   U  ��    hi<r   nermanenr   Were Very ^wh alive'                                i acres more or less.
teet that there   is a   big   permanen.                     0ur Atloc,atIon.                    , HERMAN  THORSEN.
camp of almost unparalleled richness      !n responding to the principal toast n. O'HARA, Agent.
.-tulA enormous.extent in that territory, of the evening, "Our Association," the February 17th, 1911.
Steamboat is in the mouth of every
���rtiner from here to the Mexican bor-
Every day new tales of rich discoveries come in.   Five mlnetB who have
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Many People who have
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position to do so, may
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The Bank of Toronto
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Interest is paid on Savings
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INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
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G. E. GILLEY. Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
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Close connection at Prince  Rupert for Stewart.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, &�����
eolith. Massed, Skidcgate, Jed way, etc., at noon, March "ia
and 3lst.
Be sure your tickets read via the Grand Trunk Railway System f"r
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston.
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington..
For rates, tickets, time tables, illustrated literature and all i"[o;'
matlon apply to
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L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent  (Freight)    Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RE8ERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada md
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U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets over $186,000,000.00
HOMES FOR SALE:
One and a half story bouse cn Ash street, between Fifth a"'1 j��
avenues, eight rooms, modern, cellar, stable and chicken '"'"^...jon
teen bearing fruit trees.   Hoiue in  splendid  condition.    Price *���
Terms |1300 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
New two story house on Seventh    street,    near    Queens
seven rooms, modern, cement basement and    furnace.   Price
avenin1.
14200,
lv until
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Terms one-third cash, balance 'j. 12 and 18 months.   Good onlj
the 20th of this month.
LOTS THAT ARE CHEAP:
Lot on Princess street, near Fourth street. Price $700 on term
Lot on Princess street, near Second Btreet. Price $(100 on terms-
West end lots.   Lot on Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth Street,
ing south.   Price $850 on good terms.
Three lots corner of Toronto and Eighteenth street, failtw s0U
Only $1800.   Terms, one-third cash, balance (I, 12 and 18 months.
Two lots on Seventh avenue, near Second street.   For a ffw
only, price $1(100 on good terms.
P.  PEEBLES, 620 Columbia St. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS |f
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��� BASEBALL. *
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-f, e annual meeting of the Alerts'
,. , | gij .ini. wns held in the Conser-
fjtlve rooms yesterday evening, SUI
ijlalcolmson, president; in the chair.
considerable discussion on  the'
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��� BILLIARDS.        t
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I
'    Who Said
ts for the season of lull, tin
President ��� F. J,  MaoKfln-
Vice-President���A.   Tur-
.fi :
pro peel
r0nowlng officers were elected for the
year:
Honorary
de. M. I* A
Horn i-ary
p're8ldenl -Sid Malcolmsbn,
|.nsi vice President���F, B. Ennls,
Second Vice-President���T, J. Lewis.'
Secretary���L. <'������  Sharpe.
Treasurer���0. Peele,
Manager���Ellis Turner.
Executive   committee���Mr.   Bolton,
Mi Phall and A. Sinclair.
Alerts home grounds will    he
E
park.
association, which taKes place on tne
Hut Thursday of this month.
led among the  men   who    are
sapperton ,.
p \; Ennls and lOllisj Turner wore
appointed delegates to the annual
;'.,... ol the Westminster Baseball
Bgoclatlon, which takes place on thi
laf
In....
eJpected to wear the Alerts' grey and
red raga this year are O'Reilly, Mc-
P , \ Sinclair. Peele, Fitzgerald,
.nn, Brooks, Corbett, Stone,
Williamson^ Sharpe. Peck, ()s
iul,j Brown, .lohnston, Ball,   Sperry,
v tson and Yulll.
Bals Meet on  Friday.
Tin- annual  meeting  of    the    Hal-
. win be held on Friday evening
In \v   E.  Sinclair's  office,    A   go >d
nf  ml.ers  is desired, as
for the strengthening of    the
ki be discussed.    The meet-'
to be .ailed to order at a quarter
,������, ���  , |g| !   ..'.dock.
BOWLING
T ��� Bank ol Montreal bowling team
upset 2041   : Ins and  the Real Estate
I  the Front  street    alleys
last   oil hi    in   the   meantime   the
In frull lands and corner lots
���   e thi pin setters perpendicularize
A sum in    simple    sub-
brings out the startling facl
���   money changers  won h?  I'd
ite hct'e  .tut. il  in Xtfe-tW"
ll
Bank of Montreal
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, "'" th,rd mter-city billiard gan,
?��tWeen teams from Vancouver and
Westminster for the Chamberlin Cup
WUi; won h-v   Vancouver team last
l""1" h-v il score of three to two The
f��� was played al the National
Sports club, i��� Vancouver, before a
large number of spectators.
TlH> Terminal City team was es_e-
<1;ili> strong last night, both Cross-
[>eld and Gordon playing. Crossfleld
��� ""��� amateur champion of the proy-
5" il,Hl Gordon is a well known
P]ayer on the coast. The Vancouver1
boys state that they are going to
make their team stronger than ever
lor the game in this citv nevt Tuesday evening with the addition of Boh
Cliburn, one of the best exponents of
the three ball game in the Terminal
i City,
Charlie Coldicott, of the local team
was again pitted   against    CroBBfleld
| and managed to mak�� a greal showing
with   the  champ,     He  held   his  man
dOWl]   to   the   linish   When      Cinsstieldi
made n phenomena] break of **t points :
winning the game by that number of
points. Both "Scotty" Grant and Harland played their usual consistent
game and managed t0 outpoint their
players all the way.
The fourth game of the tournament!
wlll be played at Bert Fletcher's on !
Tuesday evening and the boys are
confldeni thai they wil] put it over
the Vancouver team for keeps, if they
win four oui of the flve games this
will place them in the lead.
The hold challenge of the newspai ermen for a team game on the big
table will be accepted hy the Bank *if
Montreal specialists, They are there
with the goo Is in bowling and say
thai they will make a cleanup in thel
billiards,
It is reported that one of the hankers made a break of 42 points itl a
practice uame last evening, bul it is
probable thai the report Is being
maliciously circulated tti "get
the goat" of the newspaper learn before the challenge appears In black
and white, it is probable that the
game will lie fulled off about Wednesday or Thursday evening.
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Edinburgh Street
Two fine lots between Henley and
Tenth streets; cement sidewalk:;;
high and dry.
$950.00 each;  1-3 cash
balance 6 and 12 months
BOVRIL ?
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H.  McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Phones 646, 66?.
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MANY  ARE   COMING   TO
SHOOT   BEARS   IN B. C.
Vancouver, March ".���That the   old
\ original Maple Leaf Lacrosse club in-
l.',',  tends t.. be a big factor in the competi-
I ;ii tion for the championship of the Brit-
i hli ish Columbia Lacrosse association anl
l.'i   the Minto Cup rhis coming season was
evidenced today by the announcement
; from   the   Mount   Pleasant   camp   that
Joe    Reynolds,    the veteran    lacrosse
player, had been engaged at  a salary
to manage the hill team.   T. .1. White-
Bide, president of the Maple Leaf club;
gave  out  the Information    anl    incidentally   admitted   that   the  executive
of the cluh had put it up to the energetic .Joe to get  a  wfnning team    at
: any cost.
Tbe Leafs Intend to stick to bome
: brews as far as possible this season.
but  it  is no secret  that    the    Mount
Pleasant  executive  Intend    to  import
  a few players IT they find it necessary
Victoria, March 7.���Hear shooting to strengthen up tn cope with the Van-
tbroughout British Columbia ls be- couvers and New Westminster. It
cominn popular, and Chief Provincial is said they are already In communi-
OameGarden Bryan Williams, and the cation with some eastern stars,
best guides ol the Lillooet and Atlin Reynolds ought to do well In bis
districts, are in receipts of numerous new hole. He was always a star as a
communications from big game luint' player and has played on both Van-
era ol Europe and the eastern states, couver teams. He was with the Van-
prellmlnarj to the arrival of these couver team as point and flrst defence
pleasur. seekers In person. There is player the year It won tbe champion-
ewy Indication that there will be an ship and he was on the Maple Leaf
unusually large number of bear bunt- team four years ago when the Leats
era in the British Columbia wilds this tied New Westminster for the provin-
summer, the season being more favor-,'cial, championship. lle knows ,h^
able for a pleasant outing than the pame from goal to inside home ana
late autumn ur winter, although tho he should be able to weld together a
bears are naturally in less satisfactory formidable combination for the beats
condition if he is given a free band. Joe is now
Among the sportsmen who have al- engaged In getting together his team,
reads arranged to enjoy the summer - ���          "
Price*
Cream
iiMf
bear ahootlng in British Columbia are
Messrs Charles Danna, C. Galium,
and Charles l.oudln, all people of
prominence in the social and professional lite of New York City.
N" decision has yet been announced by the government���indeed
the attorney general has scarcely had
time aa yel to consider the subject,
With res] t to the suggested declaration of a closed season for hlack bear
on Vancouver Islan I, which was urged
by Mr Brewster, of Alberni, during
the last fortnighl of the session. The
"'alter has been referred to Chief
Game Warden Bryan Williams, who
*H1 ri i irl to Hon. Mr. Bowser his
views thereon,
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AT
Querrie Has Rost Season  Idea.
According to a Toronto paper Charlie is oul  with a suggestion to bave
"" chamnlon team in tbe N. Li U.
Play ii host series with a twelve select-
�� President Murphy at the close
He IB of    the
an    arrangement
rente a great deal of interest
  Murphy
of the present season
opinion that  such
would
��n(l would materially enrich tho
ea* ie's exchequer. The eastern
league have the same scheme under
Wntetnplatlon and its discussion led
the Tecumseh chief's proposition.
iilea appealed to President Mur-
W and he will undoubtedly broach it
to hla executive.
Ip
Th,
HARRY   GRIFFITH^  ^   ^
Ottawa, March L���Harry Griffith,
the well known lacrosse player, who
has been holding down the point position for Con Jones' Vancouver team is
home on a visit, looking just as big
and healthy as ever. Marry says a-
crosse has made great strides in the
west and the game is going line in
Vancouver. He predicts the \ ancouver team will outclass New Westminster this season and cop the Minto
cup. 	
FIRE   ENGINE.
Council Discusses Failure of Auto Apparatus In Recent Trials.
\ mild discussion took place at
Monday's night's meeting of the council on the action of the lire oommlt-
foe _ sending the auto lire engine
back to Vancouver to be overhaule.l.
Kerman Henley, in defending the
commTuee of which he Is chairman
sa d that the firm wllich had supplied
he 8000 vehicle in the east were
ending out an expert to tospeot it ahd
this official would arrive toTVancou
ver today or tomorrow at the latest,
and theyymlght expect the engine^bajk
in tbe course of a week. The reason
that the engine had been taken to
Vancouver was that the makers had
a man who was attached to the flre de
nartment in that city, and he was,
BSSS, on the spot all the    me and
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ln "'is country will he   started   next ,iefects.                                 ..   t,   .  the
^eek by the arrival of Freddie Welsh, Alderman Johnstone said��� "'" l .
""" of  the cleverest    boxers    of his reason the auto did not WM *
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wnwal challenge to the lightweights wa8 because It had been put to  a w
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These two Choice sub-divisions have just been surveyed and are now
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For particulars apply to
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;T PAHE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 8, 1911
ii
ECONOMIST SAYS
EAST IS BEST MARKET
J.   ELLIS   BARKER   GIVES   INTERESTING   STATISTICS ON   CAN<\-
10DUCTION.
TION   AND   EXPORT.
for 40,000,(100, the United States
should be able to produce bread for
oonsi lerahly more than 500,000,000. If
you look into the agricultural statistics of the United States you will Iind
that only one-half of the farm land is
under crop and that wheat land produces ahout fourteen bushels to the
acre, while Germany produces on her
Inferior wheat land twenty-eight bushels to the acre, lt, is, therefore, clear
i that the United States is not onlv able
DIAN   PRODUCTION.   CONSUMP-   to  double  her  wheat   production,  but
quadruple it   by more   intensive   and
careful cultivation.
"If Canada wants to sell her surplus
wheat to the l'nited States she may
have to wait :i century, The assertion
thai the United States is the most natural market for Canadian wheat
seems to me fanatic.
Great   Britain    Market.
"In   the  south  you   have   00,000,000
considerably   more
20:00-
Winnipeg, March 7.���J. Ellis Barker, of London, noted economic writ-
er, arrived in Winnipeg yesterday
from the west, and spoke before the
Canadian club at noon today.
"The more  I  see of Canada," said
Mr. Marker last evening, "the more 1 people who raise
admire it, and the more I understand wheat than they tire ahle to consume,
the greatness that the future has in and who will probably not suffer Iron
store for vour glorious country. The the  shortage  of wheat for  the   next
Canadian  west  contains the greatest century.   On the other hand, when you
and richest wheat fields in the world, look to the east, to old Europe, wnat
1  sampled some of the soil   and   in- do you find.      Great   Britain, with   a
quired as to the depth of it in various population of 46,000,000, raises wneai
places,   and    its    wealth    absolutely- for only 5,000,000;  you find t,erman\.
amazed me.    You have, beyond doubt, with  a population  of  66,000,000,^ able
lhe largest stretch of the most perfect to raise bread for only ahout  -lu.ooo.
soil in the world, and on it vou can 000;   Italy  has to import  every yeai
grow   wheat   enough   to  supply   him- bread corn for 10,000,000;   thus there
food stuffs, and it seems that   Canada's best customer is not tbe   l'nited
States, but the wheatless millions in i
Europe, and  the starving millions in'
the far east, who are anxious to obtain Canadian wheat.   I hope the Can- Time
adian government will do its utmost     0f
to   stimulate   Canadian   trade   toward  Arriv
the east and west.   Canada is nearer
Europe   than   Argentine,   and  she   is
nearer  the   far  east    than   Argentine
and Russia.   I think it would he well
for Canada to concentrate all her efforts to capture  these markets from
wliich  she  cannot   he  excluded   once
she has a firm hold.
"Whether these markets can be captured by cheaper transportation or
other means, is not for me to say.
Nothing should be allowed to distract
Canada from securing for her wheal
and meat the largest and most promising markets in the world. The old
saying, 'Carrying coals to Newcastle,'
will have to be revised."
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time
of
: Closing:
United States via C. P. K.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:80
8:30���Vancouver via B c. E, u.
(daily except Sunday)., 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E, R,
(daily except Sunday)..11:01
18:00���Vancouver via B, c. E, R,
idaily except  Sunday)..16:0(
8:30���Victoria via B, C. E, K.
(daily excepl Sunday)..  8:00
13:00���Victoria   via   B.   C.   10.   K.
(daily except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���United States via G. N, U.
idaily except Sunday)..  9.46
16:16���United states via G. N. u.
(dally  except Sunday)..10:00
12:30���All points     east and   Ku-
rope   (daily)    i 7:3C
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.C B.R. (dally except  Sunday)    S:
30
Railway Time  Tables
GERMAN    WAR   OFFICE I ^^^^^_
BUYS ANOTHER  AIRSHIP 23:00���All  points east   and   Eu
rope (dally)
Sapperton and
.Mills (dally
Sunday)     ....
.15:
dreds of millions of people.
"The great problem of Canada in
the future is an outlet for tbe enot-
mous quantities of wheat It will produce. Canada, it is said, is separated
from the United States only by an
imaginary line, and therefore the natural trade of Canada is with the United States. This argument seems to
me specious. It does not by any
means follow that Canada can sell
her surplus wheat to
States  because there   is
are in Europe ahout 90,000,000 people,
exactly the same number as the inhabitants of the United States, who raise
no corn at all, who bave to rely for
their daily bread on wheat exporting
countries such as Canada.
"These 90,000,000 hreadless Europeans are rapidly increasing in numbers. Who do you think will be the
steadier and most reliable customers
���the 110,000,000 Americans who pro-,
the United duee more wheat than they need, oc j
no   natural   the 90,000,000 Europeans who have nj
Berlin.   March   7.���After   long   anil  12
wearisome  negotiations  the  military
authorities   have   at   last   signed   the
contract  for the purchase of another 20:00���Sapperton     and
Zeppelin airship,
It was generally believed, and probably by the war office Itself, which 12:30
is known not to favor the rigid type
of airship that the Zeppelin company
would be unable to fulfill the conditions of speeii demanded of it.
This  difficulty    seems,  however,  to
have been surmounted.
Kraser
except
Kraser
except
:30
. 15:45
30
CORONATION    MAKES
LUMBER   VERY   DEAR
frontier between the two countries,! corn bread for their own? Look to
and because wheat is higher for the the far east, what do yon see there?
present moment in the United States Today you read of a terrible famine
than in the Dominion of Canada. If in China, a few years ago there was
the Canadian farmer will study the a great famine in India. The over-
problem with a perfectly open and un- populated east is always short of food: I
biased mind it must be clear to him India, China and Japan, with a poptt- j
that the best permanent market for iation of 800,000,000 habitually under-
bis wheat is not in a country like the fed. promise to become most excellent
United States, which is a great wheat  customers to Canada.
Japanese Imports.
"If you look into the figures published by the Japanese government
yon will find that the Japanese imports of wheat are very considerable
and rapidly growing. The rice-fed
east   is  acquiring  a  taste   for  wheat,
13:00-
1400-
producer and is also a great wheat ex
porter, but in countries which suffer
habitually from a great shortage of
wheat.
An   Export   Market.
London,   March   7.���Each   week   as
the  coronation  draws  nearer  lumber ,
rises in price owing to the enormous |
quantity which will be required in the
erection of stands, etc*-
At the present moment a small fleet
of steamers is leaving Riga and other
Baltic ports, loaded to their utmost
capacity with lumber in beams,
hoards and planks, destine I for use in I
June. 111
Ice-breakers are constantly at work
mills      (dally
Sunday)   ��� ��� ��� ��� i^^^^^
-Coquitlam   (daily   except
Sunday)   	
-Central    I'ark    ami   Edmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
East   Burnaby     idaily    ex-
Sunday)  13:80
10:00���Timberland, Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)      13:30
10:00���Ladner.     Port     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
10:00���Annieville.   Sunbury (dally
except   Sunday    13:30
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday       13:30
10:00���Woodwards t Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
',0���Vancouver, Pi| er's Siding via G. N. R.
idaily except Sunday )  .14:2C
B- C. E. K. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scrieaule.
Cars leave New  \\ estminster for Vim
couver at 5:00, 6:50, 6:20, 6:60, 7:20
aud 8:00 a.m., and every bull hour
thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Ottio  leave   Vaiicuuver   ivji   .\ew   Weal
minster at 5:00,   5:50,   6:20,   6:50,
7:20 and 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New  West
minster tit 6:00, 7:00, $8:00 and
9:00 a.m.. and every half hour there-
alter until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at C:uu. 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars leave New Westminster at 7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. und
every hour until 11 p in.
On Sundays cars leave Wesl minster
at X a.m. to 11 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY"
iOARD OK TRA11K_N^T^
minster Board of Trade meet!i^1'"
board room. City Hall ���s ,,,"'
Third Thursday 0f < . i ""*":
quarterly meeting ��� ,���"";';������:
Thursday of February .,.. .,",;��
and November, at -,' \, " ' '';'s<
meetings on the third Tn���n.   ' .!
February. f   New   ,,���. ,r      ' > ��t
proposed and elected ki anv ni '1
ly or quarterly a^ "B> "������J
Stuart-Wade, secretary ���
l.  <).  0.   I'.  AMITY   I..,in;,     ,,,
The regular tneetlngi ol tiu'i"
nre held In odd  i..,,,,,     ,,
ner Carnarvon and Ughth ��.��_
every Monday evening at s
Visiting  brethren  cordlall
to attend.   George A.iani-��� '\G ��� ��.
C.  Coatham,  P.G.,  recording ��_,.'
tary.   J.  W.   MacDonald,   _n
secretary, 4I
O'cln k
y invited
"The  United   States   export   every
year considerable quantities of wheat,
and will continue to do so for decades and as China, India and Japan are ra. ���
to come. Some people say that very idly advancing in wealth, and opening
soon the United States will be unable railroads, they will become better and
to produce enough wheat for home ever better customers to a food pro-
consumption, that soon tbe United ducing country. The advance of civil-
States will be no longer a wheat ex-   ization and industry in the far east in-
porting country. That contention
seems to me to be extremely shortsighted. The United States can produce wheat enough not only for 90,-
000,000 of people, but for over 500 -
000,000. The area of the United
States is twenty times as laVge as Ger.
many, and her soil is more fruitful.
As Germany  produces  enough  bread
to keep the ports ice free and to af
ford a passage for the lumber steam- [11:30���Cloverdale und Port Kells
ers, ancl lumber merchants, both there ^^^^���      ^^^^^^^^
and in this country are rubbing their   ll
hands in anticipation of the good time I
coming.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. ni.;  arrives Seattle 3:16 p. in.
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p. in.;
arrives Seattle 7:15 p. in.
Leaves    New    Westminster    4:28
p. in.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m..
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:1G
a. ni.; arrives Seattle 6:46 a. m.
Leaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m
New  Westminster 5:55 p. m
Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves  Seattle 11:45 p.m.
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrl.t,.^
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbln
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. (.'. p. o. b0x 112. Tel_
phone 710,
WHITESIDE, KDMONDS & j0||N-
ston. barristers and solicitors
Westminster Trust Block, C
stieet. New Westminster. \v i
Whiteside, ii. l. Edmonds, .dan B
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor
Westminster offices, llooms 7 andj
Guichon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vnncouver of.
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville stret. K. C. Wade, 1 . i;.:
A. Whealler, W. G, McQuarrie, 0, fi
Martin.
arrives
arrives
arrives
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant.      Tel.    li 128.   Koom,
Trapp hlock.
creases its purchasing power, and
makes it from year to year a more
valuable customer to a country that
has food io export.
"The people that advocate that Canada's  natural  trade  is  not   east   an 1'
west, but south, are mistaken.  Canada
is and will remain for many years to
come an exporter of wheat and oilier
Rare  Violin   in   Rubbish   Pile.
Montreal.   March   7.���An  old   violit
which local connoisseurs who have ex I
amlned it believed   to he   a  gen Ulna]
Amati, was found this morning among
a lot of discarded rubbish at the Windsor street station, by John Mortimore, |
baggage transfer agent.    The old (id- !
die has two strings and estimates of
its value run all the way from $loo to'
$3000.    If an Amati it will date back
about 1646. I
(dally except Sunday)..15:00
0���Clayton   I Tuesday,  Thursday.    FTiday    and    Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake (daily except Sundav   10:00
SO:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Huntington, etc. idaily except Sunday)      7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Hock and
Blaine     (daily    except
Sunday)   9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Kern Ridge
and Hazlemere (.Tuesday, Thursday and Satin day    , '  9:46
G. N. R.���Port Gulction.
Leaves New Westminster daily, ex
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station  3:50  p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
Gulchon 6: 30 p. in.
Leaves    I'ort    Gulchon    S: no    a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
I Westminster bridge passenger station
110:20 a.in.
G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:10 a. in: arrives
bridge passcnirer Station, New West-
minster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
pas.crx.er station 3:60 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday,
J6TENOGRAPHY    4   typewriting
j MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public  ftenosra-
pher;   specifications,   bualness  letters,   etc.;    circular   work   I   ���
Phone   415     Reai   ot  Major  iind
Savage's ollice. Columbia St.
FRHEMAN     BUNT1NC,    KOOM
CJrtte Block.   I', o. Hex M4.
7
/
(    FISH   AND   GAME.
BK.VSON  &  AYLING. KISH, FRUIT,
j    Game. Vegetables, etc   Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
3BKEBISBQ^
ADVANCE PRIDAY
Li AVE YOU ever complained about "hard luck?"   Have you ever envied the "man with
the golden spoon in his mouth," who has everything he wants ?   Did it ever occur to
you that the reason for his prosperity was not all luck or "chance?"   It was because he
took advantage of his opportunities.   YOU CAN DO THE SAME, if you will.   You can
climb the ladder that leads to permanent prosperity and lasting happiness by investing
NOW, today, at Buena Vista.
Jay Gould, the noted financier, once said, "One hundred dollars invested in the right
place at the right time will earn as much as one man steadily employed." This is the
RIGHT time.    Buena Vista is the RIGHT place.   And you don't need a hundred dollars either.
Days
More
Then
$25
THE OLD   PRICES
TILL   FRIDAY
H
iy*.-^>MV>*��*,-��".#5>.y*^^^������j(��M��'U����^l. &*r*Mr*J* %
$10
Cleared Lots,45x 100 ft.
A  MONTH ��� NO   INTEREST
Wt WILL BUILD YOU
A HOUSE
We will build you a house, if you
with, and let you pay for house and
lot in monthly payments ir, say tour
or five years.
There is only one thing to do with a proposition like this, and that is to ACT. Three
days hence and people will be wishing they had YOUR chance. And you must ACT NOW to
get in on the ground floor. There is no time for delay��� but plenty of time for consideration.
Call or phone tonight (our office is open till 9 o'clock) or early in the morning. Make an appointment to visit Buena Vista with us today. We won't worry you about buying, but
leave the decision to your own good judgement.
ARE YOU A
MECHANIC.
If so, we will supply you   with   the
materials for building the dwelling at
cost, and  you  put  up the  house an"
pay for It in monthly    sums   of   les
than rent.
LEIBLY & BLUMER REALTY COMPANY,  INC.
1103   and   1109  DominiDn  Trust  Building.
Phone 8365
OWNERS OF BUENA VISTA.
OPEN EVENINGS.
New Westminster Office-
613 Columbia St., (over Bank of
Phone 687.
P WEDNESDAY, MARCH  8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
NeW Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
tr|,t of New Westminster.
tlc6 thai Edward Hawkins.
.'     verj occupation bookkeeper,
t0 apply   l'"1'   permission   to
ti:'1"1'"      ,,ie ' following    described
min base
lai
t'tim
the l'ea('"
on
IVomemnon channel anc
���v-1  ....��������� ..,i the noi.th side
mercing at a post, planted on
the east   side   of   the
joining T. L,
^_^_ ,������ ,,,m ,.,i^_^_^_ lnurk-
���    ,'iu'iid   Hawkins;   S.    ...   	
;'.' l60 (.jjatna to line of limit
Lhence N. 60 chains along
thence south and wesl
,������,.!, to place   of   commence
along   -a containing BO acres more or
N"
line
mission to purchase the tollowlng de
���crlbed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pembertdn Trail i'u
Biles north "; Qreen Lake, thence
vosi so chains, thence south 80 chains,
{hence easl 80 chains, thence north
90 chains to poinl of commencement,
teing northeast corner post ot lol tip
piled tor, containing G40 ano:; more oi
le
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agenl for Mary Au fusts Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
thence oust SO chains, Ihence north 8 I
chains, thence west xu chains, thence
south 80 chains to the poinl of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or loss.
WILLIAM .1. HICK,
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
���..':'!  ���'��
EDWARD HAWKINS,
FAMES A i.EWis, Agent.
mber 28.  1910.
_ ��� Westminster Land  District.  Dis-
NE     trist oi New Westminster.
Una   that   Cecil   Killan i.   ol
1   ""' .  c   occupation barristei
'fiends to apply for permls
ni   ' ; lpUrchase the   following   de-
1  ' ���  ftt B posi  planted on
''"'""""���!.;  niii-s northeast
����� "SioSfpotot. Jervis inlet, and
Killam's Northwest  I or
 20  chains,   t lionet
^_
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, intends to apply tor permission io purchase the following de-
scribed lands- Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 1%
miles in ;i northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north so .hains,
i hence easl 40 chains, i hence south 80
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
we il corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess,
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agenl  tor Anna Maud Duggan,
February 20, 1911,
from
thi    a easl
t   '.,,   ci,ains,   thence   wesl    20
,   ,������  i,..ss. tO beach, tlience
Seach to place of com
, and  containing   10 acre.
eor,eM CECIL KILLAM.
A.  LKWIS,  Agent.
I
���
 ���	
ember 29, 1910,
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Land   District.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
lop-
Dis-
NevV Westminster
N-     t-i,, 0f New Westminster.
.,,,,,.  that  Clint   E.   Dicker-
. Vancouver, B. C, occupatl in
mtends to apply for per-
pUase the following de
j     ai  a post planted on
, Billings Bay, Nelson Is-
mini  P   R   No. 1678 snd
i;   Diokerman's   North
thence south 60 chains,
; , hains,  thence north
more or less to    be ch
Ij  along beach to place
ent, and.  ntalnlng 320
;,NT*!'. DICKERMAN.   ,
.1. A. LKWIS. Agent
lovember 28, 1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
tali: NOTICE thai Maude A,
i.in ..i Vancouver, occupation mar
il.-d woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing nt a posi plant
c.i on the west side of Green River
and four chains north of Qreen Lake,
thence wesl  so cliains. thence north
80 chain:', thence east su chains,
thence south so chains to point of
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
6 in acres more or less.
(8igned) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agenl for Mand A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land  District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE thai  I, C A. Crys
dai..', of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lauds: Commencing at a
posi planted about half mile north of
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west of
Haslam lake, thence west, so chains,
ihence south Sli chains, thence easl sn
chains, thence north so chains to the
poinl of commencement, and containing 010 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17. 1911.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS- LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
TRICT���District   Oi    New  Westmin- 	
ster, B. C,   Take notice thai I, C. 0. ,:'' lol  '"��� block 16, Murray's add!
Svedmark, ol   Tulan n,   occupation tion, town of Porl Moody:
mill owner,  intends  to apply  tor  per- Whereas proof of the loss of i   rti
mission to purchase the following de-- cate of title No. 5620A, issued in th..
Bcribed lands: name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
Commencing at a posi planted abent Aled in this office,
three miles distant, and In a   north- Notice Is hereby given thai I Bhall,
westerly direction from Haslam Lake, ;M ll"' expiration of one month   trom
thence east  sn chains, thence Bouth ""' ,l!ll(' ol ,1"' flrst publication here
80   chains,   thence    west    so   chains, of, In a daily newspaper published In
thence north 80 chains to the point of lh'' rilv Of New  Westminster, issue a
commencement,   and   containing   640 duplicate of the said certificate, unless
acres more or less.
SHAKERS DRIVING
���IAWSINSAN1
CHARLES o. SVEDMARK.
ii  ii iiaka, Agent.
February 17th, 1911,
iin  the  meantime  valid objection   be
made to me In writ inn
c. s. Keith
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westminster; H. ('.. February 13, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land  District.    District of New Westminster.
T VKE NOTICE thai 1, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 1'- miles north of T, L.
lot 1976 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thenco wesi su chains,
thence north su chains, ihence cast. 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, lo the
NEW   WKSTMINSTKK   LAM)    DISTRICT���District  of   New Westminster, B.C.���Take notice thai I, Herman
Thorsen,   ol    Vancouver,   occupation
marine engineer, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-half miles south Of T. L.
lot 1368, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake,   thence   easl   so  chains,   ihence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains..  ... .   ..       r         .r v������
Ihence noril, su chains. ,o the point olHRL*!^?1!??���  ��f  ��?? mmth  f''��m
Re lots 11, la, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
and 40, suburban hlock <i, map 610,
In the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certilicale of title number 10511F, issued in
the mime nf James Rosebrough Lawry
has been filed in this office.
THREE FISHER RIVER MEN
TAKEN TO INSANE ASYLUM-
WORK ABANDONED: END OF
WORLD   COMING,  THEY CLAIM.
Winnipeg, March 7.���An informant
who has been at Fisher Kiver Indian
e tells the following story of
"Shaker Meetings." A youug man
thought he could burn a shanty down
and remain in it without being
harmed. Two others went to the Selkirk asylum some time ago and he is
now there. A number of others are
said to he considerably shaken In
mind.
They say the world is soon coming
Notice is hereby given that I shall, | to an end, so there is no n
commencement,   and   containing   040
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN,
Ii, O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
Belyea, of Vancouver, occupation solicitor,  intends  to  apply  for
the date of the first, publication hereof,
In a daily newspaper published in the
City Of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, utiles t
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S.  KKITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B.C., February 3
1911.
permls-
poinl ol commencement, and contain- 8   ��� '.   P^hase   the   following   de
in:   640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A.  B.ODIE,
By U. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, rail.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
SALE    OF    VALUABLE    PROPERTY
AT  CHILLIWACK.
Dis-
i
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy-
New Westminster, occupa-
I tion married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
TAKE NOTICK that Lionel E, Haw- ���' POSl planl..! aboul two miles north
els, oi Vancouver, occupation phol tg- '> T- '������ 'ol 916 on the west shore of
rapher, intends to appi.- for permls- Haslam lake, thence wesl su chains,
sion to purchase the following lands:'thence Bouth so .diains. thence east
Comm. - li a post planted on the 80 chains, thence north so chains to
west   side   of   Pemberton   Trail,   3% I the point of commencement, and con-
soiibei^ lands 	
Commencing at a post planted aboue
I1-     miles     north     of    T.     L.    lot
l!)7ii and two miles west of   Ilaslatn^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Lake,  thence east 80  chains, tlience  there will be offered for sal
north    80    chains,    thence    west    80'auction on Saturday
chains, thence south 80 chains, to the, March,  1911, at the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres, moie or less.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster .Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
ARTHURL
Feb) uary 17th, 1911.
BELYEA.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District  of   New Westminster, B. ('.���Take notice that I, Charles
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation brok
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ eed to work.
Thev sleep in the day time and hold
fanatical meetings at night, it is said
they heard certain teachings in Winnipeg Which thev have improved upon
in a way their teachers would probablj not sanction. The story is as follows:
Was  Not  Immune  From  Fire.
On Sunday, February 25, there was
brought   Into   Fisher   Kiver   a   young
man hy the name of Harry Taylor, an
adopted  son  of Isaac Asliam, of   St.
Peter's   Indian  reserve.    The   young
man was in a demented condition. On
the Saturday evening lie escaped from
his friends and ran to a shack about
,-���,,.,,,        , .. ��� a mile away.    When his friends got to
Under instructions from the owners the hoU8e they found it ablaze and
e by public Taylor hl(]lng lin,,er a bunk     0nly
tne .t>in nay .,.   thelf    UmeIy   arriyal   prevented   hi.
o'clock In the afternoon 'at the office H?^*?' lburnlnK-.     , n,   ���
Of S. A. Cawley, Chilliwack. British L ?\M����%Sj_g }*?**,.STE?
Columbia, by S. A. Cawley, auctioneer, p" b* Mr ' ?dfrs' Jh P" a"f ����*
the following property, namely: ,n,�� ^est Selklrk in chaiBe of JohnV
All and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate
lying and heing in the county of Westminster, in the province of Hritish
Columbia, and being the westerly fifty-
eight (58) acres of lot three hundred
Dis-
New Westminster  Land   District.
trist cf New Westminster.
...   that  Leslie L Dicker-
,,        Vancouver, B. C, occupation
na,   intends to applj  for per-
1 :. purchase the following de-
lands:
mmendng at a post planted on
west  side ol  Se.helt  Inat the  northeast   corner  of
miles north of Qreen Lake, thence
north So chains, thence east SO chains,
thence fotith so chains, thence west
. hains to the point of commencement, heing the southwest corner post
of lot applied tor, containing G4o
t- 1'    more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
i   ent  for  Lionel  !���:.  Haw eis.
February 20, 1911,
taining.640 acres more or loss.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Lined February 17. 1911,
er, Intends to apply for permission to and eighty-three (383), group two (2),
purchase the following described|more particularly described as inlands: lows:
Commencing at a post plained about j Commencing at the northwest cor-
two miles south of T. L. 1031, and onjner of said lot on the south hank of
the east shore of Haslam Lake, then... Hope elough, thence south following
east    80    chains,    thence    north    80  the west, boundary of said    lol    3456
Sinclair and Charles Baker, for medical examination, and committed to the
asylum for the insane. Ahout a week
ago be had paid a visit to the new
Peguls reserve and had attended meet-
in- of a sect dubbed the "Shakers,"
and undoubtedly from that source he
became insane.
These are of the same sect that
have their headquarters at 501 Alexander avenue, Winnipeg, calling themselves Apostolic Saints. They have
been  working   here  for   about   three
LAND ACT  WOTICE.
Chains, thence west 8u chains, thence  links to the southwest corner of said  >'ears now  and llave a following   of
south so cliains, to the point of com-'lot,   thence  east   following  the  south  apostate  degenerate Indians.    Within
Dis-
LAND   ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK    notk'k   that    Gerald   E.
Bridge, of Vancouver."occupation mas-
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ter mariner, intends to apply for per-
Ict Xo. 2727 and marked "L. L. Dick-  mission t.. purchase the following de
email ��6Sl    Corner,"   thence  scribed lands:    Commencing at a post
as, thence east 20chains,  planted on Green   Kiver,   Pemberton
chains, thence easl   Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
,   or less to the beach,  thence north 80 chains, theme east 80
thence north and west along beachto j chains, thence south so chains, thence
we.t so cliains to point of commencement, being southwest corner post oi
lot applied f(>r. containing 640 acres
more or less.
ISigned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20, 1911,
New Westminster Land  District,
trict of New Westminster.
takk NOTICE tbat l, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupation  married  woman, intend to apply
for 1 ermission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at
a  post planted ahout half mile south
of  T.  L.  lot   1368  and one mile east
of Haslam lake, ihence east Su chains,
thi nee south 8u chains, thence west 80
chaii!-. thence north So chains to the
point of commencement, and contaiu-
640 acies more or less.
ISABELLA MCFARLAND,
By H. O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911.
mencement, and containing 040 acre
moie or less.
CHARLES  SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
boundarv of the said lot 1700 links Ithlee >'ears tbis ls the lhird Person
thence north 3118 links to the south sent to Selkirk asylum through this
bank of Hope slough, thence westerlv   teaching.   Many others are verging on
 I following the south    bank    of    Hope  insanity.
' ��� 1 slough to the point of commencement.! Many
NKW   WE8TMINSTER   LAND    DIS-!     TERMS     OF     SALE.���Twenty-five|     ot  late  llle>'   have   been    K��'ng
TRICT���District   of   New Westmin-1 (25)  per cent, of the purchase money  Sreat   pace   on   the    Peguls
ster,  B. C.���Take notice that I.
I commencement   and    containing    820
I acres more or less.
LESLIE  L.  DICK EK MAN
.1   A    LEWIS.  Agent.
Date Ni member 29, ll'io.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Scared.
a
^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__ reserve.
Peter' to be paid in cash at the time of 'the Those who are not "Shakers" are bad-
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupa-1 sale and the balance within thirtv (30) ly scared .and many are talking ot
tion luok.r. intends to apply for per-1 days thereafter without interest, or, abandoning their claims there and remission to purchase the following de-'at the option of the purchaser, the moving out of reach of these peo-
scribed lands: | balance may be paid in three (3) equal  ^e- ,
Commencing at a post, planted about instalments at the end of one (1), two These people defy the laws o.
three miles northwest of Haslam
Lake, thence west So chains, thence
north so chains, thence east sn chains,
thence south so chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing G40
acres, more or less.
Dis-
Ntw Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE    ts'OTR L     that      Margaret
Ethel Matthews   ol San ,i"ao* occupation widow   intends to apply for pet-
mission to put ���lo.sr tne following it
scribed lam       Commencing at s post
plamcrt on the west side of the Cheak-
amua river snd   ore  mile   north   of
Daisy Lake,  thence   west     to   chains,
thence nort'i  160 chains, thence east
4" chains, -hence ��outh   160   chains
alone ... r    atamufl river to point of, south sO chains
I'ommencen-. nt,  being  southwest  cor
ner post of lot ..pj     ^^^^^^^^
-1 si. ��� ��� :  re or less.
Blgned) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Win  or Margaret Ktliel Matthews
February 20, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK  that   Molly   McCla
rey,  of   Vancouver, occupation  milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase     tho     following    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lands:    Commencing at a post planted | more or less
on   the  Pemberton   Trail,  2'i       "' *>*******my*.-~r
th of flreen Lake, thence north 83
thence east  SO chains, thence
hence west 80 chains |
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I. Clinton P. j
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation'
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot lu;;l,
on the east shore of Haslam lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to tbe point of com
PETER C. JENSEN.
D.  O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, lull.
WATER    NOTICE.
described j mencement, and containing 640 acres
anted
miles
nor
chains
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
lw-   t
to point of commencement, heing the
XKd STwuft -"<���< <-��rne, poa''conta!nins 640
' ! acres, moro or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent  for Molly McClatcy.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND  ACT NOTICE.
Dis
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license in the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
la) The name of Company in full���
The (lien Rose Canning Company Lim
ited.
Tlie head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 14C0 shares
are issued and paid up.
(b) Tbe name of the lake, stream
or source (If unnamed, the description
ls)���Unnamed    stream    on    Lot    17,
"J Group   2, New   Westminster   district,
into Fraser river.
(c) The point of diversion���I' about
(2) and three 12) years respectively church and state alike, and, while no
from the date of the sale with interest doubt these things are carried to a
on the deferred payments at the rate great extent among white people, the
of seven (7) per cent, per annum. Indians eclipse all in fanaticism.
For further particulars and condi- Urgent appeals have been made to
tions of sale apply to the auctioneer the Indian department for adequate
or to the solicitors and agents for the protection from the idiosyncracies of
vendors. j this sect, but so far in vain.
J. H. Bowes, solicitor, Royal Bamcj They preach a doctrine of no work,
huilding, Chilliwack, B.C., or his only religion. They carry on all night
agents, j and  sleep in  the daytime, and  try to
Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie & Mar-  eke out a living by begging from their
fin,   room   20   Williams   building,   413   neighbors,  saying.   "God   has  toid    us
Granville street, Vancouver. B. C, or. that the sinners will feed us."
to Taylor.  Harvey & Baird, solicitors, I ���
DiS-
New Westminster Land District.
trict ol New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Kate Corey, of
Vancouver, occupation saleswoman,
'"tends to apply for permission to purchase the tollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
���outh line 1 lot 107 on Summit Lake,
tlience ... .1 in chains, ihence south
M chains hence east 10 chains to
jhnnmll  I  ike, thence north along the
,;,|<e t-i' -in ot commencement, being
'he northeast corner post of lot   ap
piled
1 -  1 mtaining 320 acres more or
less. ^^
tip.li
Februarv
WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent for Kate Corey
1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK   that   Georgina   A.
Hopkins,   of    Vancouver,  occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
! hinted at the southwest corner of
lot 2105 and thence north 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence oast 40 cliains to
point of commencement, being southwest corner post of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more'or less.
iSlgned) WILLIAM   LEWIS,
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 appiy for per-,
mission to purchase the following de-!"0Wln
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post.     .,^^_^^^_^^__
planted about 2V4 miles south of T. L. ��� -'00 feet from its mouth at   the Fra
lot 1368 and one mile east of Haslam ser river on said Lot 17.
lake,   thence  east  80   chains,  thence |     (d)    The quantity of water  applied
^^^^^^^^   thence |     ld)^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
north 80 chains, thence west SO chains,! for (in cubic feet per   second)���One-
thence south  80  chains to the point  tenth of one cubic foot,
of commencement, and containing 640.     *e)    xj,e character of the proposed
acres more or less
LAND ACT NOTICE.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD.
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17, 1911.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
room 37 Williams  building. 413 Gran
ville street. Vancouver, B.C.
Dated the lst dav of March, 1911.
J. H. BOWES,
Taylor,   faarvey.    Baird   &   Grant,
Solicitors for the Vendors
INSANITY    CURES.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Dis-
DIs
Dis-
N'w Westminster Land District.
���tict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald   Fit/.-
Serald Bargent,  of   Vancouver,  occu-
Mon broker, intends to apply for por-
"itoslnn to purchase the following do
"crlbed lands:    Commencing at a post
Mantel ���,  the  Bouthwest  corner   of
lol 2105
south
chains
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICK that   I, Samuel    S.
Auss, of Vancou.er, occupation broker,
intends  to   apply   fors permission
purchase    the
hinds
about
_     t0
following    described
Commencing at a post planted
I''-   miles  north  of  T.   L
New Westminster Lsnd District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 818 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence.
north SO chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco
ea3t
works���Dam. pipe or Hume and pump
if) The premises on which th'>
water Is to he used (describe samei -
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2; known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to bo used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
tj) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied hy the proposed works���
None.
tk) This notice was posted on the
15th day of February, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner on (he 20th day of March, 1911.
(1) Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or ILensees
Edinburgh   Specialist   Cites   Two   Unusual Cases at Asylum.
New    York,  March   7.���A   London
cable to the Herald says:
Dr. George   Robertson, superintendent of the Royal Edinburg Asylum for
the  Insane, ln a report published  in
B^BS^s^p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ihe  Scotsman of marvellous cures  of
 ������ I the insane, instances two cases.
n~iA T.--.--V     .     i -H.     ..���_ m***-*.       The first was of a woman who was
Gold Watches for Ladl��e from ���12-^5 j a sufferer from myxoedema.   She be.
came childish, heard Imaginary voices
and had strange delusions. A tablet
prepared from the thyroid gland of a
sheen was given to her. She was
transformed from a mis-shapen, stupid object to a bright, intelligent woman.
The second case was that of a woman whose affliction was due to excess of secretion of thvroid in the
blood. She was treated with serum
from a .oat, the thyroid eland of
which had heen removed. She rapidly recovered.
Dr. Robertson says those linbil-
. need b" roli'lcs us'mllv ercover. Ho
states that the cures efected tcdav
wonl.i have bepn considered miracles
twenty years ago.
gents'   open f*c*
gents' open   case,
Elgin
sr.
Silver Watches,
|6.00.
Silver Watches,
���7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CANADIAN PAClf IC!
RAILWAY CO.   |
1976
lake,
and
thence
^_     Iot
of Haslam
so chains to Ule print of ���*�����, "^ whose lHnd��� are likely to be a*
ment, and containing ��>io acies, moie. ^^^^^^^~
or less.
two miles  west 	
east   SO   cjiains.   thenco
hence east 20 chains, thence  ���outh 80 chains, thence west SO chains
BO    chains,    thence    west    00  tl,en(.e nonh 80 chains to the point oi
tlience north 10 chains, thence' rommencement,   and
raBt 4n 'hains, thence north 40 chains. acre8 more or less
containing   640
MM of commencement, being the
���	
jWrthweBt corner post of lot applied
l0r'containing HO acres more or less.
,    'no.iv WILLIAM  LEWIS,
*senl  tor  Reginald  Fitzgerald   Sargent.
February 20, 1011.
SAM EEL S. AUSS,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February  17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Lsnd District.
trict of New Westminster,    bh
TAKE NOTICE that I,   William   J
  , Dick  of North Vancouver, occupat on
N(w Westminster Land District.   Dis- broker, intend to Wjj^Vfig���
trict of New Westminster. to  purchase   the  'oW'BJS
TAKE NOTICE that. Mary Augusta  lands:   Commencing rt a post plantoj
,!rl"pr, of Vnneoovor venation mar   about one mile south of T. U iot
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1811.
tied
-r, of Vancouver, occupation mar
wnman, Intends to aj>p'y for per-
on the east shore of Lake    Haslam,
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C���Take notice that I Cavl
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 association as authorize the proposed application and works.
Rose   Canning   Company
The   Glen
Limited.
(Signature)
J. M. McDonald,
^^^^^^^^^^^H Manager.
(P. O. Address) New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
and
*.a.^..  (g)   To  record,   divert,   take
thence west 80 chains, thence south: carry away, water from nny   stream,
80  chains,   thence   east   80   chains,' river and lake in the Province of Brlt-
tbence north 80 chains to the point ot lsh Columbia, for the use of their busi
commencement   and   containing    640 ness, and for that purpose  to  erect,
acres more or less. build, lay and maintain   dams, aque-
CARL WOLF.     ducts, flumes, or other conduit pipes
D. O'HARA, Agent, and   to sell   or otherwise dispose of
February 17th, 1911. the same,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
Arrivals.
10:30���From Vancouver and Agassiz.
12:10���From Montreal, Kootenay
nnd Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver.    (No. 9G).
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.
CAN
FIND   HOMESTEADS
IN   LIMITS OF MANITOBA
Edmonton, March 7,���"People are
nnMmis to come as far west in tha
prairie provinces as possible. Thev
are forgetting about the pood land
still available in northern Manitoba.'"
snid Arthur L. McLean, the new senior assistant nt the Dominion land office. Mr. McLenn had cbarsrp of V***.
Dominion land office at Dauphin, nnd
he states tbat east, of the Canadian
Northern rallwav nnd as far as the
shores of Lake Manitoba there i�� still
considerable land avallahle for home-
steading. At. the Dauphin land offce
an average of seventy applications f-v
homestead entries were received
monthly.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Applications will be received by tho
undersigned up to 5 p.m. on Monday,
March 13, 1911. for two mounted constables at a salary of $75 and $80 pei*
month. Horse and equipment be furnished by the municipality.
C. T. 8AUNDERS,
C. M. C.
Municipal Hall,
Edmonds, B.C., March 3rd., 1011.    ',
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'PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 19.1
THE OPENING D1SPLA Y OF
When contractors
consider quality,
service and price,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
Mrs. M. K. Lerrall, of Kansas City,      A mun believed to he insane is at
Kansas, is visiting friends in tills city,' the  police  station  awaiting  medical
1 examination   before  being  committed
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Keid, next   ,0 the provincial asvltim.
tram office,    l'hone 310. **     |
The swings in Queens park are to I
The regular monthly meeting ot the  be repaired 1)efore the spring.   Other!
Trades and Labor council will he held  attractions for the children may    be'
in th.- Labor Temple this evening.      | provided bv the citv fathers.
Women
Wear
sa
A women's meeting is to be.held in
the city hall at four o'clock this after-1
Miss Davey, -111 Sixth street, ladies'
Ro
und children's practical milliner.
High
**
The Public
Supply Stores
CROCKERY
BE IIN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railwav Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A.W. McLeod
s
INSURANCL
.-��-,
NEW SEEDS
Our Stock Just In.
KODAKS AND
PHOTO
SUPPLIES
Our Spring Stock Xow In.
SPECTACLES
We Sell Them at Half the Price   of
Some Others.
BRING YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
TO US
LUC    V *, ,,      it..	
noon, when a proposal to establish a' """ V1.""^" �� '	
home  for  wayward  girls in  or  near  modelling at moderate charges
Vancouver is to he discussed. I class W0!-k-   Phone L881.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 208 **
Two men who lost their thirsts in
a snake factory yesterday afternoon
will figure on the program at the
police court matinee today.
Tlie  best   kiln-dried  wood,  a three
horse load delivered at your shed one;
hour after you order it.   A three horse
load for only $3.00.   Phone 413.      **
H. T. Kirk arrived hack on last
night's train from Ontario where, at
Peterborough, he had represented the
local branch of the Hardware association.
The case of Rex vs. Stucey for robbery from the person, alleged to have
been committed at Mission, comes up
for trial at eleven o'clock this morning before his honor Judge P. W.
Howay. W. Norman Bole, K.C, will
appear for the crown.
Did you see our three horse loa'd of
wood for $3.00.    Phone 413. **
Six chairs tn operation at the Hub
shaving pallors.   No waiting. **
Wood ! wood ! wcod ! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone 413. **
E, V. Morris, of Winnipeg, is spending a few days in .he city. Mr. Merris
is on the coast for the purpose of getting away from husiness for a while,
acting on the advice of his medical
man.
The  annual  military  soiree,  dance
and banquet of Canton New Westminster, No. 4, I. O. O. F., P.<M., will be,
held in St. Patrick's hall tonight, the !
decoration   ceremonv   commencing  at!
i
&:30 p.m.   The   patroneses   are   Mes-1
dames J.  Johns.  W. J.  Sloan, W.  C.
Coatham, S. J. Ritchie, C. S. Keith, D.i        .. _________���
A. Shiles, W. West and M.G. Levar     h^\\     HaVe    Oil      Sale
The  opening  session  of  the   B,   C.
Interdenominational Sunday School as-; j^/n^v ���* .
sociation was held yesterday in Olivet* xl)!!        flOZfkn       'WHlff*
Baptist church, when a large number vivr^v.11        Willie
of  delegates reported.    A  number of
important  addresses  were  given,  but
the real business of the session will,
not  commence until today. 1 _i   C_"\,_,     _.     J___
at ouc. a doz.
The ladies of New Westminster and!
district are cordially invited to attend I
the Misses Connor fc MeQuarrie's
spring millinary opening at their
100ms, 1 and 2, over T. H. Smith's
store, on Thursday of tbis week.
Everything of the very latest Paris
an 1 New York shapes and styles of
ladies' head craft to be seen. **
Skirts,  Blouses,   Whitewear,   Etc.,   the
special features of the week in our
new, enlarged store
Today we make the first, worth while display of our spring ready to wear garments for women,
misses and children. We are yet handicapped owing to lack of space now occupied hy the contractors, but
sufficient room lias been secured in which to place before our customers the initial showing. !, |B h���, .
lor your inspection today.
An Immense Range of I
White Muslin Waists
This season our customers are to have before them a wide:
range of white muslin waists than any ever shown hereabouts. Wi
are giving nWre room to this section. W'e now announce tlie sprint
opening display.
As we have noth
fied the public heretofore, we are
SACRIFICING
Our Crockery
All this week we
Excellent Values in
White Waists, $1.50 each
A dozen styles are Bhown at this popular price. Waists are
made of line white muslins with various settings of insertions and
laces, embroidered fronts, high collars, low collars, Dutch collars,
Peter Pan Collars, three-.|iiarter and full length sleeves; all sizes,
::2 to 41!.    Kach $1-50
Stone China Plates
Tailored Madras and
Vesting Waists, $1.15 each
Smart styles tire shown in these serviceable    tailored    waists.
Materials are those sure nf  washing   in   a   satisfactory   manner-
Linen,  Madras.  Indian   Head, Vesting,  etc..  made with  tucked, Lib
son pleated or plain fronts, laundered    collars    and    cuffs,    long
sleeves',  sizes ','*2 to  11.    Special today, each  $1.75
Telephone    43    for    anything
want;  we will deliver promptly.
you
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Westminster.    B    C.
^hone 43;  L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Princess St.
At the yearly convention of the B.
('. Hardware association held in this
city yesterday, the following officials
were api ointed for the season: President, Harry Martin, Vancouver; first
vice-president, J. B. Payne. Vancouver; second vice-president, George
Blakeley, Westminster; secretary and1
treasurer, R. D. Dining, Vancouver; i
executive, Messrs. R. Kennedy. C. R.
Snell, L. Miscrop (all Vancouver) and
C.  Bryson, Westminster.
Sheriff T. J. Armstrong will in the
course of a few days receive official
notification of the fact that the
Dominion government does not propose to appoint a successor to the late
Radcliffe, Canada's official executioner, in future the sheriffs will he
expected to provide hangmen as occasion demands. In other cities, when
Radcliffe defaulted, there never was
much difficulty in securing a substitute for tbe gruesome task.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Colored Mull waists, $2.50 each
Fine Mull, Muslin Waists in shades oi sky, mauve and pink,
made with hemstitched imis and yokes of ins.���ition and embroidery motifs; Bhown with 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 tine insertions and neat tuckings, high collars, three-quarter sleeves. Special
today only, each   '��� $1.95
Black Moreen
Underskirts, $1.95 each
A new range of hlack Mo ������
underskirts In which like value
has seldom been Indicated. Tin.
skirts are made with pretty
flounces with tucked poinl and
fine accordeon pleated tiiii underneath.   Special price,   .Si.95
White Cambric
Princess Slips,
$2.50 each
Square yoke neck trimmed
with lnsettlon, run ni'!: rlbl -
nice flounce in skin with Insertion and lace trimming to mati b
Special  \ alue, each    $2.50
Reynier Kid Gloves
for Women
Perfection In glo^ es is ni
attained     in     Rej I Ii
There is satisfaction   for  customers and satisfaction   in   o
glove  section ��if li evi ry   pair
sold.    Kvery    pair    |  ���
The spi ing Bhowing la now complete earlier than usual.   This
announcement   will   be  balled
with delight by many who hav-..
heen waiting ror the 'i^it size
or shade.
.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
I
FORTUNE    IN   SEATTLE.
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
AT
'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Irishman Said to Have Signed It Away
to   American   Lawyers.
Dublin, March 7.���Application was
made in the chancery court today to
have declared insane a Dublin saddler named Corrigan, who, it ls said,
became entitled to .1,250,000 on the
death of a relative of the name of
O'Sullivan in Seattle, Wash.' It is alleged the saddler signed over his
property to American lawyers, receiving only $6000 ln cash and $5 a week.
ALDERMAN   BRYSON  SEES
NEED OF MORE CAUTION
Jee  me  about  insuring your
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AUTOMOBILE
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W. r. EDMONDS
The Peoples Trust Co., Ltd.
431  Columbia Street, PKonc 669
bait
The lengthy report whicli was
brought befoie the council Monday
night from the engineer's department
was the cause for a heated argument
on the subject of the city's financial
standing; Alderman Bryson, after the
report bad been Liken as read, requested that a report be brought in
suowlng the monetary position of
Westminister. "What," he asked,
"wus our over draft on the bank, and
where was all this money coming
from?" As business men, as levelheaded men, he advised the council to
tread lightly ere they rushed into
debt. The city was in a tight place
and It behooved the council to look
well before they leap. The city owned tbe property; could, this not be
sold and the revenue put towards decreasing debts. There were two lots
which belonged to the city, one on
Sixth avenue and the other on Oak
stieet. Applications had been received from some quarters asking the
price of these and it might pay the
city to sell out,
The Board of Works will take up all
the questions and make a report.
TEN-ACRE BLOCKS
Cloverdale Auto Road
Right at Cloverdale, ten acres of the best Cloverdale meadow land
beautifully situated on a prominent corner with long frontage on the
new auto road.
PRICE $350 PER ACRE.      ,
Ten acres also fronting on the auto roud. equally good land, part
In meadow and part light alder. There ls sufficient cleared for buildings and a large garden.
PRICE $250 PER ACRE.
F.J.Hart & Co., Ltd.
_   Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove <>
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20 a. ra-,
11:20
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMIN6TER   BRANCH.
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,1
and every half bour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  (I,  7,  S  and every
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT    EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars  leave  N'ew   Westminster for Vancouuver at
IU |^|^p^p^p^pHIH
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour toC
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at  ICburne Junction for Bteveston,
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
half
Trains leave New Westminster for Vnncouver at 8 a. m. an.l   evei.
bour thereafter up to 11  p. in.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a.m. and 0:05 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Are You Aware
that electric power Is available from our mains, which now ex e^
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   .c gr'ut)etta
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via
Btreet to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the (l,1",'"!'M
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric din  ���
l     .1 (lie cofli'
Applications  for  electric,  power service may be made at      uver,
pnny's local office, or a postal mailed to tbe head office,
Will also receive prompt attention.
B. C.1; Electric Railway Co'y,
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.
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