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 CA^ V
Port Mann
PROPS'"- . ""
r. a /Cafl.qn BAHni9l8*1
WH ' s         - �� CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYP
Standard Make
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 320.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
[VANCOUVER 10 HAVE
MADE-IN-CANADA FAIR
Ambitious Scheme to Celebrate Rapid Growth of City
Since Fire of 1886.
Vancouver,
June
14    to
B.   C, Feb.   18.���From
June   22    a    Made-in-
WIU SPEND MORE
TO CURB POACHING
Brodeur Announces Decision
to Provide More Effective
Protection on Pacific.
I .. ,     Ottawa, Feb. 18.���In answer   to    a
Canada exposition is to be held here question in the house yesterday, Min-
tor the purpose of    celebrating   the
rapid growth of the city  during tho
mat quarter of a century, dating from
,he time of the big fire.   The twenty-
fifth anniversary of the conflagration
>|l| he ou coronation day, when thu
���,uo8lt!on will open.
' ,Vi. planned to have excursions in- J ��?_uv�� ls|and
Ito the citv from all parts of Canada
and the United States.
jhfl preliminaries were decided up-
Ion at a meeting yesterday afternoon.
The Bcherae has the sanction of the
mavor and council.
i big industrial display will be a
feature of the exhibition.
Funeral of N. Sylvester.
The funeral of the late N. Sylvester,
wliu died at St. Mary's hospital on
Wednesday, took place yesterday to
the Roman Catholic cemetery. Father
Jlaillard officiated at the services in
the cathedral and at the graveside.
The deceased was a pioneer of Brit-
is!.
yearn
ii greal
by
child
I floral tributes as tokens of respect to
the dead and sympathy witli the living.
Anion); the Moral offerings were a
crou trim Messrs, Hudona; a cross
from Mr, and Mrs. Rouleau and
family, of Hatzlc Prairie; a wreath
from Mr. and Mrs. Gooding, and a
bean lrom Mis. Ballinger, daughter of
tlie deceased.
ister of Fisheries L. P. Brodeur announced that tlie Dominion government had decided to provide for increased and more effective protection
against poaching on the banks of Van-
The money required
for this purpose la available.
An order in council has been passed
disponing of the porphyry lion hill,
known as the Eagle Cliff mineral
claims, in the Kootenay district, to tbe
CHARGES TORIES
TRY TO STEAL SEATS
LIBERALS PASS RESOLUTION
IN FAVOR OF RECIPROCITY
  i Manitoba Member   Creates
i
Ratification of Measure Now Under Consideration by Can- '���    Sensation in   Legislature
ada and United States is Desired by Westminster
--Will Benefit Canada as a Whole.
THE RESOLUTION.
Resolved;  that this association ap
by Sweeping Charge.
Winnipeg, Feb. 18���A sensation was
I ing for its ratification and continuance  cauaed in the   leg'8lature    yesterday
'on tbe understood and expressed de-  afternoon when W. Molloy, the recent-
sire   and   the   undoubted   interest   of  lv elected member for La Verandrye,
proves of the reciprocity agreement. the people of both countries for a
now before parliament, negotiated by freer interchange of commodities on
the Laurier government with the gov-1? fair give-and-take basis such as has
. Tu     .,   ���.   ,  m. .       u i     ' been arranged,
ernment of the  United  States, being      The deta|1��� Q. ^ reciprocal tariff
convinced, after due consideration and as negotiated, are contained under
discussion, that Canada as a whole, four schedules, A, B, C and D, of
and  British  Columbia  broadly speak-   which the first and most important is
charged the Conservatives with having tried to steal every seat in the
province at the last elections.
He declared the attempt to tamper
with the ballot boxes in his constituency was frustrated.
HOBOES SNEAK IN
ACROSS BOUNDARY
Number of Watchers Must
be Increased if Toughs are
to be Kept Away.
ule A.
FAIR AUDIENCE SEES
"THE MAN OF THE HOUR'
��������� I    ~l.~ i .,.���>,kiu    #.�����.   the large and comprehensive free list,
ng, will  benefit .mmea.urably    from   n_Uir. , produ(.tg   ^hiefly un(le]. sche(i;
British Columbia government for   the!the lar9e de9ree of free    trade    ard
consideration of $42. j lowered   trade    restrictions    between
tbe two  contiguous countries    which
this great reciprocal tariff measure, if
I mutually ratified, will bring about, and
  we express the earnest hope that the
"Tbe Man of the Hour" might, with   representatives of the people in parlia-
any degree of truth, have been named1 assemb,ed wi,|    ratify    the ar-
Ihe Graft and  How    to    Beat    It.
Author George Broadhurst has certain-1 rangement with no uncertain voice.
Unless something is done, and that
at once, to put a curb on the influx
of the hobo,   the bom and others of
this undesirable kind of ne'er-do-well,
the Royal City will shortly    be    the
dumping ground for the scum  from
the other side of the border.   This is
in effect what was told to the Daily
News  yesterday  by an official   thoroughly posted on the subject of    the
alien.
For weeks past this class has beea
Mr.  Molloy    followed    this   charge ' coming over the line from the L'nited
with a statement that he did not care   states and the figures show that "^u
whether  the  boundaries of  Manitoba   four days no fewer than twenty-four
Here Mr. Kennedy read a list of the' were extended, because tbe country te   got off the trains at Blaine and.'evad-
the north  was    practically  valueless.
This called forth protests  from    the
articles affected  under that schedule
making occasional  comments, follow
ing this up with a selected list from   members of the government.
the other schedules
The Benefits Summarized.
FULL DRESS AT BOXING SHOWS
An Eastern Canadian paper has in-  "Tony"  Bidcile Would  Make  It   Man-
terestingly summarized broadly some datory  to  Attire   in   Fashion,
of the effects   commercially   of   the
tariff arrangements thus:
Philadelphia, Feb. IT ��� "Tony" Bid-
in. the immigration officials, made a
play under cover of darkness into tbis
province. Of this number but two
have been actually captured, and a
like number "spotted," which will
make their get-away a matter of much
difficulty, as the police of Vancouver
have been notified and will be on the
qui vive for the foreigners ou arrival
ly given to the people a masterly play |     Further resolved; that copies of this      ^^ the UlUted Statea   does    {or ! (He has pulled a brand new one. Now  in the neighboring city.
minster  Liberals  in  the  Eagles'  hail   soods   formerly   dutiable   we   supply
yesterday evening, after the pros and   ^L^^A4.'     '000; lmlance o�� our
the  assistance  of  a  strong company
and   whilst   the slips  were not tnany   . "";���"'""."'u;':":;""' "���'���"���element had  exports to the United States left dutl
there was a weakness which had   the  <onh 0I tne reciprocal agreement nau      ��- .���i���.,i
the    finer; been discussed aud debated for nearly-aWf.at ��ld rates, J Per cent- valued
... j three hours.    Only one vote was recorded against the motion, K. B. Knnis
voting nay.
The discussion  was free from poll-
^^^^^_   tpon ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"glad rags." The "millionaire fight- these conditions it is only surprising
er" says tbat if club promoters insist that this city is not pestered to a
upon evening dress 1t will give a "gen-  greater degree.   Until the government
general effect of spoiling
Bcenes. ^H
Mr. .lohn Moore as Richard Horri-
gan, and John Morris as .lames Phelan
were the leading workers last night
and their efforts to carry out the wrlt-J tical bias, the intention-being, to se-
| ten wishes Of the author were not lost c'ure individual expressions to aSygreat
ion the appreciative audience which, it  an extent as possible. The proposition
it  did  not   crowd  the auditorium    to
overflowing, was present In force.
1 PEOPLES TRUST TO
BUILD MANY HOUSES
SOLD    "PROTECTION."
|Pssjdo Detective Heavily    Fined    for
Creating a Disturbance    in    the
Restricted  District.
Fred Towbsi i d, thirty-five, was yes-
Iterday lined ;-" and costs in the  po-j
rt ','���: creating a disturbance
on Quebec streel  on  Tuesday  night.]   	
!TM- seemt    harsh sentence until ono; 	
ngsdeepl) n.-ii the matter, and then'
it ll found thai  Frederick had beds S] Bungalows Will Be Erected on Thirty
bad man and had tried to pass him-'
self off. a> nol an ordinary police of-
Ive, and It is furthermore known in official quarters that
the stalwarts have bad their optics oil
tbe aforementioned Fred for some little time.   That  th'e  telephone   is   a
two Lots on Eighth Avenue���Will
Fill Long-felt Want.
was viewed from all standpoint, and
angles���that ot the producer, consumer, farmer, manufacturer, railroads, etc., and the probable effect of
the passing of the measure was lucidly explained by many of the speakers.
Chilliwack   in  Favor.
Before the meeting was thrown open
to discussion, two resolutions from
district associations were read, one
from Chilliwack and the other from
Mission City. Here are the resolutions:
At a representative meeting of the>
Chilliwack city executive, composed!
almost  entirely of producers, the fol
at $1,771,000.    	
What Canada does for the United
States: Makes free IG 5 per cent. of.
United States exports, on goods valued
at }21,968,000: reduces duties on ID.5
per cent, of United States exports, on
goods valued at i'2'>.870,000; allows in
at lower rates just 36 per cent, of all
goods formerly dutiable the United
States supply us, worth $47,828,000:
balance of .goods supplied us by the
United States left dutiable at old
rates, 04 per cent., valued at $85,-
1M8.000.
Having thus, as it were, cleared the
ground by stating-the question and
summarizing the principal features of
the reciprocal agreement. Mr. Kennedy said he would leave the question
to be elaborated and specialized by
\ other speakers.
Chilliwack Is Heard From.
Kickbush. of Chilliwack,    the!
teel air" to what otherwise might appear brutal.
Attempted Suicide.
Vancouver, Feb. 18.���Jack Liddell,
1251 Harris street, is alleged to have
attempted suicide yesterday by swallowing a quantity of acetic acid. He
was married a month ago. but claims 5Lnd_.lt ^��_ _. *_
his wife left him shortly after.
idd to the staff on the Une the people of the province must be content
to lie uneasy o' nights and in many
instances be afraid to venture out
after nightfall.
Two officers at White Rock represent just how importantly the authorities  in  the  capital  view  the  matter
wise   were    a communique sent to headquarters so that
I the official heads might be shown that
! the time has now arrived when actiou
I must be taken, as even endurance has
a culminating point.
Suggested Rock Pile.
The worst sufferers from the visits
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     of these hoboes are the residents ia
j Surrey and it is suggested that    the
Largely  Attended  Meeting  Hears    of  to IJ,lt a st0P to the wanderings    iu
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^this direction of the members o:  the
APPOINT COMMITTEE Tfl
BOOST B. C. GOLF CLUB
P. C.
Progress Already Made in Laying
Out of Coquitlam Course.
lowing  resolution   was  passed   unani-  first  man  called  upon, informed   the
moiisly:     "That  this executive meet-   meeting  that owing  to the smallpox
Dr. A. J. Holmes at the meeting of  ing expresses a strong sentiment
mighty useful instrument in times of'tuo board of trade on Thursday night I favor of  the  reciprocity    agreement
I need was proven in the evidence when' spoke of the almost  crying  need  for
tlie female (informant told the   court | more   houses  and   suggested   the  ad^
I'  T. had   been   worrying   the' visahllity of the city erecting several, ducers."
houses down in the Quebec   district I hundred dwellings.
I': I come with nice evenly-rounded Now comes the welcome informa-
Off stories of how he was the great! tlon that the Peoples' Trust company
IT in the force   and  how    he would  has  not  onlv  closed a deal, but  will
on Monday start at least 100 workmen' points
trouble they had been unable to hold
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      a public meeting    at    Chilliwack    to J
and   we  believe   it   will   be  of   great   thoroughly  discuss  the question,  but
"not worth while brigade."   This class
of human   being���to use no stronger
term���does not like work, and especially work in which the breaking ui>
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       of rock plays such an important part
A postponed general meeting of the' atl(l the official to whom    the    Daily
^^^^^^ News spoke to on the subject asserted
that were such a scheme started, and
B. C. Golf Club, Ltd.. was held in tho
benefit  of bc:h  cousumers  and    pro-  he had been instructed to attend this   board of trade room in the city hail   he spoke of Surrey as thc best centr
..    meeting and  support any    resolution
P. B. H. RAMSAY.      ' that might be introduced in favor   of
Extract from the minutes of Liberal  the measure.   He understood that   in
last  night  with many  members both  it would be   a "fare-ye-well"   to   the
from here and Vancouver present.
The   chief   business   done   was  the
meeting held on February 10. 1911, at  some sections the fruit growers were       "".'"      '" '   ��� ���   ���������  -    ���;---      --
Mission City:  "That this meeting ap-   fidgettv.  but  this phase of the ques-  appointment cf a large committee of
  ��� .       .   _��,__r nvmi i,   ������   ;,   local members to look after the inter
line the _i .,���,,_ion���for a  con-   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
He  went   once  too often  Qn the Job.    Those who rule the des-
however, and as the re-  ttoes of that Incorporated body have
sidcratioii
to the we  _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"ill of a "hunch"  when  on Tuesday   \ont,  \,oen alive to the needs of    the
be made hla reappearance and began, better  class  residents  of the   Royal| procity
to make trouble, the wire got ln some  city and by securing thirty-two lots
teach 33x132 feet)  on  Kighth avenue
and Second street    at   a   reasonable
R. \V. Dick to represent them tion did not affect Cliilliwack, as it
at the Liberal meeting to be held at was not a fruit growing district, mixed
N'ew Westminster on February 17, farming and dairying being the staple
and  hereby  declare against  the reci-  industries.
agreement." |     "I do not see how the farmer    In
W. T. ABBOTT. Secretary.' Washington can    produce    foodstuffs    _* -f***** *���**���-. *-   ������ ������ - --
.    . ,r ... t,���,.r , ,,___ m_ nnn An |f���    ro   the laying out of the course at    tho
fine execution   and  Freddy,  the  bad
mun. found himself confronted by tho
gone  into.     From  remarks  made  by
tliose  most  conversant   with   the  iu
President Kennedy Speaks. , any cheaper than we can do it,"    re-
George Kennedy, president of    the  marked   the   Garden   City   delegate,
association,   in-   "Since the B. C. E. ft, started^ running
supply
e are
and    , .
stand  thrown open for use
,-ould like
espe-
iinple-
bunch who toil not, neither do    they
' spin.
Force Must Be Increased.
Failing the rock pile Idea, then the
force of two officers at the line mu.it
be augmente.!.    To cite a case.    Only
this   week  one  officer  was  for  four
days  answerable  for all  aliens   who
came over the border by train, as thc
other was busily engaged scouring tho
grounds   secured  at  Coquitlam  were   hills and dales for tracks of some of
,_._     ��� ���,,���  m���������  k���   the law breakers who, aided by the
ests of the club in this city and from
time to time make reports to the general meetings of the club.
Many  matters of detail concerning
the construction of tbe buildings and
falling light, made good their escape.
Is it logical to suppose that but two
stitution  last night, it  may be    pre-j
sumed  that the golf course will    be   men  can   supervise tbis part of  the
inside of a month  gateway into Canada ?
The people are crying out for some
severe measures on tbe subject and
tbe above two suggested are   put forward, either one ot which would meet
Which shall it be ?    Both
cr two.
Collected   Rare   Coins.
N'ew York, Feb. 17.���On the body of  the case
Bhaw Bhowed all too plainly that tho  $noo to 12200 and on-easy terms. -   ----.,   _���������.,...���rt ,,.. the i>aUrleri
authorities here will not for a moment.    Thls is the first venture of its kind, ure recentl> negotiated bythe^aurier,
_ w. me, o, **_*.. ******* LswKArar-Sf* ^T^asr-aTs*
tare this chiss of person inside the engineered by the People's Trust com
(|'y limits, and just as soon as lm-pany, and their future movements, in
format lon comes to hand that such is the event of the scheme under notice
Ine eiiHe. inst un =������ ��,in n,o hn��> iii   i.���i.,��� anncessful, will be watched with
government wih the government of of the fruit growers of that district/ morning the police found a wei.wora  have to be maintained, whilst, if tho
the I nlted Sates. .spoke  against  the  reciprocity  agree-  leattier    pocketbook.   containing   135   force at  White Rock waa added  to,
We have with us also tonight, as ls  ment.    lie maintained that the fruit  pennies    The collecting of rare coins  the expense would   likewise   be   in-
.ttng, official  and other representa-  industry  needed  protection.    In  sup-  of this denomination  had apparently  creased.   In a matter of this kind it la
-     -�� ,., �����.,i������ i,_  nointwl out  !.������.. ,,,��� ���,,, ma���ie fn(]  nnd the exam.  felt that money must cut no figure;
are more impottant
igration  Officer  William
since his appointment ut
successfully has carried
duties with tact and
reported in official
. his intention being
estate business in this
���  .          l    ���,,,.��.      ,,    n,ll,oiupv,v���    *r. ^illll     HI    >>>*'   'I                          -       , ,.  .    ir   I1LI    thf*    ��1011110.    SO    **)    B_V��A,    ******      11ICII      .   w.����     m^����     ��� r-     -                 --                                    ���                                  .
�� to an anrt-soclalist league. This ing ridiculed by all PW*r*�������'Mi�� JJJ ��{^fSe* who shall fol- markets aud purchase direct. He be- Manchuria
"���nova t,������rade ilawthornthwalte. emblem indicative of backwardness *^.��,���KwSol*BM as they, lleved the passage ot the agreement 000. Fore
  distinguishing   the   Chinese  from   all low to ^orate      8pe                                 w curtaU ttae ���uiidlng of branch side the |
City
TWO GAMES TODAY
Soccer
Foreign officers believe that in-
          great wall there have beeu  _,.-..eANn MFN To
..,,��. i u-ntihi   curiau   uie   uiuiuuin   ***       **���-       .... THOU5ANU IStn  s\s 	
"The   neasu'e we are about to dis-    ��Tne.' In  this  province, even  1000 more deaths. JTHO M1NE EMTW.8TLE COAL
ine measuie  ��e mc ���� , f ^ -*[A ^ Bffftn| thp maJ.   llne8       ' ���_*_������ \ 	
Edmonton, Feb. 17.���One thousand
other  civilized  people.    Cartoons ap
If all
League    Will    Resume  ^wing7he Advantage of tho queue] ���>*��* Keen"* Canadi  and ""'"the!" E. Goulet spoke at some length   la
to the assistant of the headman   ����Bll^..'at_i__L   but   under   what   is  favor of t
well the management of  the act
After a Forfn.aht'a Rast. | ^the^assistant of.the headman  m r^"'^^^^^^
depicting   tne   vam���   -....��-.-    -��������-  c ,n   ^ernational^tT. de^com-' fruit growar" haTmuoh to fear f���  **.* ��- hulk of the produce no,
"couple ot soccer games this after-  wear  the tall   the  dog and the PJ*,���tme 8ame tarlff rates given   to  the ratification^JjieJg****
���.��� _ __         7S*��&*>FrVa?l SS rWWa SSU ^VT; MUS=^0t7^^T^e i-gum.^ tutd jMjng.  *T zs&Srn at their properties
��>.   clt.  league has li^pes of pulling  depleting   the   various   anlmals^^ that I known as ^moswa    ^   ^.1^. grower_ m much t0 fear from .that the bulk^ofthe produceno ;r _       . ^ ���__.������,������  ������
animals   that1 known as the "most favored   nation
���_... ��������� .. ���    ���,       -      ..   ..     ,_j,'l���"   .*,��� ���io. ^innsfi in   international   trade   com
j[ tt couple of soccer gtmujD ��... ��.��..        ���       -. A
Won.   Por   a   ,,0UI)le   o{ weeks   tho  being in the foreground
weathor has heen bo unfavorable that
"o Barnes have been played, but the
oancea look bright  for today. l***** *���*-������         m,ularv officers
'''"   Hangers   play    Sapperton   at  form.    Progressives, mil tary off eers,
S����ton  at  three   o'clock  and  the  newspaper men, *<W**~* t0{0
"6h   s,i���,ol   will   accommodate   tho  eigners meet together and agree   i    ^-^ products.
>' team with   a game   at    Moody j sacrifice their queues i���� "ien hold ia ment   c       y ^^ ^
^" ai lhe same hour.   All players  fire cracker festival to celeb.ate pub
"VSBP&SrS ��n Uie g,'0Uni,V1C)t-has been  followed   by hundreds
*�� "angers' team w,��� be selecte 11 in the ^t^���*J*SJSi
i'e 1
ported  into British    Columbia ^ came
cate, the" Western Canada Land com-
Hangers   play   Sapperton   at  form.    Progressives. m= ���?-|-^Vi't/of  the  aXles^affected'T; 1*1^^1!^^^l^jl SSSLiSS  Sl^ JoTH."mSouTiJ  Ml 'TiiTcll*J^\l^L,  and
hrce   o'clock  and  the  newspaper me n   o   employees o t ror   ^ ^ ^.^^ g_ rec|proclty
  ported  into Bnusn    tuiuiuum   *.*...*. near Entwistle, west ot Edmonton, ou
John Oliver's Views. from the eastern provinces and    not the G. T. P.   The Pembina Coal com-
s an   in- from the United States.   Referring to "n"v was floated by an English syndl-
man, John  the  loud  protestations  of loyalty  on  , -r ��� ,
���"���     "��. pany, of which Sir Ronald Lane    ����
being in the foregrounu, , r	
Editorials denounce the custom, and  one country must   be   extended to   a Jonn unvin ��������������.
new groups of men and associations  large group of the principal elvlll/.ed      Speaking on the measure a
arc dally falling into the Une of   re-'countries of the world, including, of  dividual, and not as a party m
^"       ^ -i.,������   mintnrv officers.1 course, Great  Britain.    As the  great  Oliver, of Delta, touched at
able length oh the probable  	
the coming of reciprocity.   In his opin-  related how  Sir John  A. Macdonald  leu,  oi   tne  <. a,,.,*..,... ..��� ,	
lon It would not  seriously affect tho  had remarked, when    told   that   the the Duke of Sutherland, are inteiested.
r .........   ...,��� ��ba���m *nn- crrnaUv  tariff nollcy of 1878 would hurt British   They paid $1,100,000 for large coal pio
.   ,.*...���s..*i���   ^��� ,*na mnln  lint
. '"��i.  .is   io;im wn   no seiecie i   i�� *�����*, ........ r--- ��� -j��i���i��i Hnlrl
'"" the following    players:    Currie,! vat ive capital where the offic iai spin
P. Was,   Carse,   Borland,   Ferguson,  prevails, the movement has   recel e
i,U"'  Kenny,'smllle,  Webster,    C.   slight chocks.   For instance^the m<vu
'":'"'. R. Smith, .lohbs and Kvans.      j ment among students of Jj^JJ"g
Tl1" High school team will be picked   university was speedily suppiessed by
any  cost of living, and would not greatly  tariff policy oi i��i�� womu uun ........=.,   .���_. . ,_,
j , .������,)���   ,.jj gnc*^ jB t]le cage   then    so  perties at Entwistle, on the main line
- ..- .   ,., of the Gran(j Trunk Pacific and uava
set aside $1,000,000 for   development
vork.   The company has already pru-
^^^^^^^^^^ muny >��aiB uc-  reeded  with    the    erection    of    HKb
fore this country was again on a par ( shacks for miners at the mines, ami
  i^^^m     i expect to actively mine this sumnutr.
In a few works the reeve of   Delta The Black Diamond Collieries, a Spo<
amount to so much as might appear
on the surface, though   opening   the  the line, and some a little lower. ,	
dooi; generally to greater freedom of      A  protective tariff ln the republic  with Its previous standing.
trade from whatever quarter it may  has made thousands of millionaires at;    In a few works the ree\��� ���.       	
offer and assuring the consumer tho  the expense of    the    multitude,    re- disposed of "Champ" Clark's annexa-| kane syndicate which also owns target
marked the speaker.   Now the people tlon speech, pointing out that no one I areas at Entwistle,   will    commetica-
���-    taking It seriously, although some  shipment of coal this Bummer.    The-
political lean- ��� above mines nre on the main Hnss ot
peeches the reso-
reclproclty
seconded bv R
by Hie meeting.
both the G. T. P. and C. N. R. The
Canadian Northern main line wlll be
was , completed to Entwistle some time during the coming summer, and tracl:.
v.ill be laid that far thla year.. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY
18, 19n
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CLEARED LOT, 66x132, on Hamilton
street, with street in rear. A snap
at $1050; one-third fix and twelve
months.
FOU SALE���I HAVE FOR SALK THK
prettiest cottage in New Westminster city.   Double corner, close   to
TWO LARGE LOTS to lane in west
end, on opened street, at $400 each,
one-third six and twelve months.
Columbia street.    Price $5200, one-|
quarter cash, balance one, two and CLEARED   DOUBLE   CORNER,   132
three years.   Apply P. Peebles, 020 j    fect square, facing Queens park, for
Columbia street.
EIGHTH    AVENUE
$3000;    one-third
eighteen months.
six,   twelve   and
FOR    SALK 	
lots, cleared.   Price $030, terms $230: CLEARED LOT, 66x132 to
cash, balance on time.   Also cleared
lot for $000, terms $125 cash, balance
to suit purchaser.   Apply I'. Peebles,
020 Columbia street.
Fifth avenue and
$1000;  one-third
eighteen months.
lane,    on
First   street, for
six,    twelve    and
WANTED���SITUATION BY CANA-
dian man, steady work by day or
week; good teamster. Address T.
G. Dobson, Burquitlam, P. O.
WANTKD ��� SITUATION BY RE-
spectahle woman, any kind of work,
by day or week; good plain sewer.
Address Mrs. T. G. Dobson, Burquitlam P. O.      	
TO LET ���UNFURNISHED FLAT,
modern conveniences, reasonable
rent; three minutes from car line.
Enquire 813 14th St., above Sth ave.,
city.
WANTED���A FIRST CLASS GEXER-
al purpose buggy horse. Write with
full particulars to Clerk, Municipal
hall, Edmonds.
TWO LOTS on Fifth street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, all cleared and in fruit;  $1425 each.
SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE on good
corner lot on Sixth avenue, near
Moody square. Concrete foundation,
large basement, and all thoroughly
modern; $3800; one-third cash, balance easy.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
fISTIC OPPONENTS
FOND Of ROVING
Ring Full of Fighters Who
Have Plied Calling Under
Many Flags.
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
City   Property.
NEW 8-room modern house on Third
avenue near Ninth street, on lot tUx
125.   Price $3800, on easy terms.
WANTEW���AT THE WALSH SASH
and Door factory, shingle sawyers
Apply at once.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLI-
ents who wish to purchase five or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 680.
HOUSE   and
Price $950:
hut   on   Dublin
easy terms.
street.
WANTED ��� CARPENTERS, ME
chanics, homeseekers to help settle
and build up a newly cleared centrally located subdivision on street
car line. We furnish cleared lot,
lumber and material on the ground
at cost. You build your own home
for residence, rent or sale, or we
will build you a home to sut on
small monthly payments. Call
Leibly & Blumer Realty Co., 1108
Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, (Tel. 83S5). or 613 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel
687.   Open evenings till 9 p.m.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity ot New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
LOT 55x160 feet on Mowat street; all
cleared.   Price $1050, on terms.
SURREY���80 acres on Quible Road,
adjoining Port Mann. Price $400
per acre, on easy terms.
BURNABY���Lot close to Sixth street
car line.   Price $275; good terms.
JOSEPH TRAVERS
Phones 703.    Residence L611.
Real  Estate   and   Insurance Agencies.
Auctioneers, etc.    Money to Loan.
Walker Block, Columbia  Street,  New
Westminster.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
iA)   TWO  LOTS  on  Hamilton  street,
near Eighth, fruit trees and stable.
$1050.    Terms.
(B) TWELVE LOTS in west end.
$500 each. One-third cash, balance
six and twelve months.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED ROOMS
suitable for couple or two gentle
men. No children. Apply at 400
Eleventh stret, or J. Gray's jewelry
store.
TO LET ��� COMFORTABLE BED-
room for one or two gentlemen;
half block from city car line. 417
Fourth street.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���40 ACRES, 12 ACRES
cleared, balance partially cleared:
go id soil, high and dry; seven room
ho :se, bain and out buildings. Price
reasonable. Apply Neil McLeod,
213 Foiiitli avenue, New Westminster. |
FOR SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAUTI-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
1108 Dominion Trust building, Vancouver, Telephone 8365, or 613 Columbia street. New Westminster,
Telephone 687.
iC)   FIVE   LOTS   on  Sixteenth  street
and Seventh avenue.    $3700. Terms'
one-third    cash,    balance    six    and'
twelve months.
(D) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3500. $000 cash,
balance over two years.
lE) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth aveHue, two houses on lot
having 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street and 165 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,'
balance over five years at 7 per!
cent.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY!
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phorn.  R80. New Westminster
A glance at Queensberry history
brings out the fact that many of its
leading exponents are of a roving disposition. Even in the present day,
from the diminutive Yankee Swartz to
the giant Jack Johnson, the ring is
full of examples of fighters who have
plied their calling under many flags.
Possibly the greatest of all globe-
pattering pugilists is Rudy Unholz,
who ls known as the Fighter Boer.
Unholz probably has covered more
miles in his search for purses than
any other lighter in the world. He Is
the only lighter of any note to have
engaged in glove contests in America,
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
He has visited every country on the
globe where boxing nourishes. Born
in Germany, Unholz learned to fight in
South Africa. He soon got the roaming habit and went to England, where
he scored a number of victories over
British boxers and then returned to
South Africa.
His restless spirit again got the better of him, and he went   to England
j once more, but it wasn't long before
he was on an ocean  steamer bound
' for America.    After fighting all over
1 America in a campaign in which he
met such men as Battling Nelson, Joe
! Cans, Cyclone Johnny Thompson,
Dick    Hyland,   Billy    Papke,   Tommy
| Murphy.    Tommy     Quill   and   many
! others,   the   roaming   Boer,    late    in
| 1908,  sailed for Australia, where   he
j has been ever since.
As three years is about the Boers
limit in any   country, it won't be long
' before he is travelling again.
Unholz   is   far   removed   from    the
I championship class, yet it is said that
he has amassed considerable money
! simply because he doesn't wear out
his welcome in one place. I
It is a fact that a fighter can ruin
his career by  l tay ing in one city  o"
' locality, or even one country, too long.
j The old saying that a prophet is not
without honor save in his own conn-
try applies to boxing as much as an>-
thing else.
Nothing adds to the prestige of a
lighter more than a reputation acquired in another city or country. He
then becomes a national or interna
tional figure in the game, instead' of a
feeble local light.
When a ti. hter does not care to
perform before a strange crowd it is
good proof that he has no confidence
In himself and tbat he ls not to be
considered in the championship running.
No fighter ever won a title by sticking to his own bailiwick.
Take Jack Johnson's history. If
the giant black hadn't courage and
confidence in himself he would still be
lighting Black Bill and Morris Harris
at Lew Halley's. But Johnson had the
nerve to go to Australia, where he
whipped all the heavyweights in sight
and returned to America to find himself in big demand.
Tommy Burns thought he could escape Johnson, who was then commencing to attract a great deal of
notice in America, by going to Australia himself. Johnson wanted to
light Burns badly, but didn't lose
heart.
He simply boarded tlie first steamer
to Australia and made the long trip
a second time. He finally cornered his
quarry there, and his decisive victory
over Burns really brought Jeffries out
of retirement and enable him to clinch
beyond question tbe heavyweight
title. Had Johnson stayed in Philadelphia he would still be regarded as
a third-rater.
Tommy Burns himself didn't en-
| joy a big reputation untll he had
I travelled to foreign countries. Am-
I erica failed to become enthusiastic
| over his victory with Bill Squires, so
| Tommy left for new flelds. He went
to London, Where he won the heavy-
] weight championship of England by
I knocking Gunner Moir cold in ten
| rounds.
He subsequently added to his repu-
I tat lon and increased his bank account
. by   whipping  Jack   Palmer  and   Jem
Roche, a pair of dubs.    He then went
I to Paris, where he whipped Squires a
, second  time  and  also disposed   of  a
Queensberry  lemon  by the  name   of
Jewey  Smith.
Burns' successful English invasion
I made him an international figure and
he went to Australia, where he cleaned up another fortune. Had Burns remained in America hls bank roll
would not be one-third as large as it
I is today.
When Harry Lewis, the Philadelphia boy, found that Philadelphia was
tiring of him last winter, he went to
I'aris, where he soon became a prime
favorite. He returned home last summer, but Is back in France again,
with no end of Paris and London
matches in sight. Lewis' European
reputation is helping bim.
Both Freddy Welsh and Owen M'>-
ran. the English boxers, made their
biggest hits before foreign crowds.
Both men have made several trips to
America, and by Jumping backward
and forward have not worn out their
welcome either here or in England.
Among oilier American fighters who
have won international honors and
never regretted moving from their
narrow sphere are Jimmy Walsh and
Sam Langford, of Boston; Young
Pierce. Yankee Swartz and Joe Grim,
of Philadelphia; Willie Lewis and Joe
Jeannette. of New York: Sam McVey,
of Frisco, and many others.
WILL WAIT FOR A WEEK
FOR A GOOD HOMESTEAD
Man  and   His Wife Will   Keep  Up
Weary Wait Until  Next Thursday   Morning.
JOHN BULL IS
Calgary, Feb. 17.���A bright-faced
young woman and a healthy-leoking I
young man were amongst the several
passengers that stepped off the train I
from the north yesterday afternoon
on Its arrival here. Ten minutes after leaving the train the couple, who
were man and wife, were camped on
the steps of the land office prepared
to wait there until nine o'clock ou
Thursday morning, when William
Faux, for that Is the man's name,
hopes to be the first to tlle his claim
for a valuable homestead to be open
for location then. i
The young woman Is Mrs. Faux,
who will take her turn at the top of
the steps during the long vigil before
them. If Mr. Faux Is successful on
Thursday he will be about $8000 richer than he is today, for that ls what
the abandoned quarter section Is
valued at.
A reporter saw the couple last night
standing guard at the door, well muffled up, "We heard about this homestead iind made up our minds we
would do our best to get lt," said Mr.
Faux.
"He wanted to wait until Monday
befoie he came, and 1 snld 'No, we'll
go today,'" rejoined the wife. "He
said 'No, Monday will do,' but I said
again 'We'll go today, and Til go with
you to keep you company.' and In spite
of all he did to keep me home here I
am and here 1 am going to stay to
guard his [dace in the day time while
he sleeps. I have got a room at a
comfortable hotel," she continued and
shall use it at nights."
Then it was learned that they came
from about loo miles north. They have
a good farm there which they bought
two years ago. Mr. Faux is a tool
maker by trade. He worked at It for
several years, first In Peterboro, Ont.,
the home city of hls wife, then later
at Schenectady, N. V. Ho had heard
glowing things of Alberta from his
brother, who has a farm up north. The
back to the land proposition appealed
to both Mr. and Mrs. Faux; they had
some savings wliich were invested in
an improved homestead. Last year
the 160 acres yielded over twenty
bushels an acre.
British Public HaS GiVen
| Millions for thc Relief 0f
I    Those in Distress.
On the appeal of ,he ,,,,,���,��� ofH(.
ton funds in the recenl ,,,,���,,  *
disaster  no  leBs  than
subcribed In a week!
���".HOU
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FOR SALK���FIVE LOTS ON THK
Edmonds water system���streets be
lng opened. Kach lot 66 by 242 or
over, with frontage on two Btreets.
Al soil. $lf,11 and $462.60; one-quarter cash, balance si\. twelve and
eighteen months. If you wanl one
come today. D. ('. Patterson, Edmonds.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street, City.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
D. C. Coast Service
Saturday at Phillips
Yt/E strive to make Saturday's prices
b always interesting.   The public are
beginning to know this and appreciate it.
LOST.
LOST, STOLEN OF STRAYED���
English white setter dog, black eye,
eleven months old. Any one harboring same after this notice will be
prosecuted. Finder kindly return to
T. Gifford, jr., Third street.
LOST���OPEN FACED WATCH, EL-
cin make, between Third and Fourth
avenues and Fifth and Seventh
streets. Return to 288 Sixth street
and receive reward.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, sne in London, England, New York, Clrtago and Spokane,
D.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in al) parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpsrtment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed al 3 per cent, per
annum   ipreseit r*te).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Dally
11:30 p. m   Dally
SS.   Iroquois   Sunday   nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. ra Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMCX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Feb. 4, 18.
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00  p.   m	
Jan. 81, Feb. 14, 28.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a. m Every Thursday
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
Saturday, February 18
Men's Tweed
Suits
$10.00
Some v e e up to $18.00
Odd Shirts
50c. and 95c.
From $1.00 to $2.00
5 pair black or
heather Wool
Sox for
$1.00
Men's Suits
$5.00
Onlv a few left
Silk Lined
Gloves
95 cts.
Regular $1.50
llat a'one i8
enough to show that John Bun t
generous soul. * a
The first time thai he publicly hek I
���ithe miners was ln 1878, when nZi
ly  $150,000  was  raise,,  ������ ,        *
the sufferers  from a mine exnln.i
in Wales.   Since then every 3
disaster has round the British nS
ready to aid the widows and chiWretl
left behind. '  ���'
Mansion   House   Funds.
The Britlsber is as generous to    I
fellow-beings abroad as be Is to lll0J
at home.    When the Seine rose aJ
caused   such   widespread damage .,
year agq the  British public, through
the medium of a Mansion House fjj
sent over nearly $850,  for the taeh |
of their continental neighbors
Strange to say, the Bru   Manilla!
House tund waa Inaugurated to relieve
Paris.   This was for the relief 0f the I
sufferers In the seine by the Hermans
ln 1871.    Over $630,000 was collected 1
and   sent   to  Paris,  partly   in moner
and partly in clothing, food and other
necessaries.      The  Parisians did ao,
want   money   so  much  as   food  [M
money  was fairly  plentiful, ;in.l John I
Bull respon led to the appeals ol th��|
starving by  Bending over  Bixty-eighu
tons a day or two aftei it,, :.,.1:��� nA
raised.    Since thai lirst tund the Mai-
sion House alone has received near. 1
$30,000,000 out of the pockets of thi
generous Anglo-Saxon
When the terrible earthquake ail
Messina startled the world With Iti I
consequent misery Qreal Britain ��ai|
the foreign country that contrihuttd
most to the relief of the refugees.!
Over $600,00*0 was rapidly collectedI
and   dispatched   to   It ilj. I
coming next with $400,00, and 1'rar.tjj
with $800,000. Newspapi ra all overI
the country opened their <->>lmnns fori
the receipt of money from their reao-f
ers, and the appeal thus in.ide wns noil
in vain.
Famous    Famine    Records.
In 1S7S the Mansion Mouse opened!
a fund for the great Indian famine.[
In response to the appeal of the Lord!
Mayor, the huge sum of $3,45 na
extracted from the pockets of the ni-[
tion. In 1M'7 another fund was atpm
lzed to aid tho Hindus, over two and11
half million being sent to India. Ail
together Kngland has sent $10, I
ln one way and another to relieve ori
fellow subjects iu India Bach droits
are ;i splendid tribute to the generosity of the British public.
During the Boer war, however. Bri-I
tain really rose to the occasion, ufl
showed   what   she  was capable Of III
emergencies.      The   Mansion  ilcngsl
left  all  its  glorious records far 1*1
hind when it raised $5,659,300 for thel
Transvaal   war  fund.    In addition Id
this $Sf)0,ooo w;is given to the fund fo-
the  Transvaal   refugees and $r-J.tiW|
for the C I  V.'s.    That was .he Man-[
sion  Mouse alone, and when it i?
called that there were other fundi of I
a slmlliar  . ind  in  existence  at that"
time one is astonished at tlie capacity f
of  John   Bull's  pockets.     Altogether
nearly $20,000,000 was subscribed dirl
lng the days of the war    Britain paid
generously   for  the  magnificent hei? |
that her soldiers and sailors gave ��e.'.
An   Unpopular   Appeal.
The  greatest   Individual sum fV'
given to a fund, apart trom the permanent charitable organizations, *"*\
the $125,000 given by Sir Thomas Upton to the poorest of the poor London [
Jubilee dinner fund ln 1897.
Practically only once has the Brit-
ish public refused to give, and . ��
handsomely. On April 13, 1882, tM
lord mayor of London announced that
he wished to receive funds to help*
unemployed to emigrate. in twelve J
davs only a few paltry pounds ��JJ
collected, and, as a result, the ICWl
mayor was compelled to close the fui ��� |
and to return tbe few amounts
had been sent.
The   Hritish   public  are. as a
however, onlv too Willing to sui'        ,
funds ��� I
that |
rule,
crib*
and the names
show how wide
Princess Alice
floods of  1879,
of a  few-
are their ���
disaster,
relief   of
vi,ipailii��:
HungsrW
persBcnW
. gypl
Russian Jews. Iceland famine
cholera,    Gordon    memorial,   ""
fire of 1001  and the St
canio eruption of 1802.
Vincent vol-
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Oold Watches for Ladles from I12./5
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNBR. Manager.
IT PAY8 Tu ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THF  OAIUY  NF.V.&
��P.
Silver Watches, genu* open face
W.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Elgtn
Watchws.
i   Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
CoatSweaters
$1.50
The $2.00 kind
Hats
$1.50
were $2.00 to $4.00
Pen-Angle
Underwear
$1.00
FRENCH   PEOPLE   ANNOYED
AT   CANADIAN   DISTANCE'
Kdmonton,    Feh.    1
push forward to the Peact
try
���Anxious ;��
River coni"
where relatives of theirs *e,llj
year ago, two French ton��***^
M. J. PHILLIPS
671  CDlumbia St.
The Wardrobe Clothier
the W-
uld he ne<"
In
that
short all-
that
at the Immigration hall In
recently.    They were told b.
migration agent that it would        ,
essary to make extensive prepa*
for the trip;  that it would be 'wr
sible for them to start for theUEd,
Immediately  on  their arrival id
monton.
They evidently had the Ia����
their destination lay Just a M���. ,,
tance from Edmonton, and u��
would be possible to reach It wi ,](.
difficulty whatever, and wMli ^
were told that lt was a 400'1"1' w,
ney over rough trails on the n ,,
the women of the party lifted "I
voices and wept. ],���*���
They soon took heart   again,
ever, and are now busy makin.,i ^
arations for the journey.   Thejh*,
reet from France and not one n - ^
of either of the families can s.e��
English. -J ��������?������
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
,    ,i   BUCKLIN,
I'res. and Geni. Mgr.
N.  BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKUN
Fur,
LUMBER CO., LTD.   _==_==
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale Dealers in
Cedar and Spruce Lumber
Shingles,  Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
ANNUAL REPORTS
ARE OPTIMISTIC
Text of Reports of Commerce
And Navigation Committees of Board of Trade.
If youjwant 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
BELIEVES RADIUM
AN ELIX1R OF LIFE
Professor in French
Says Injection Into a Horse
Made it Yonng.
of total abstinence, so often quoted.
F**r*h person must determine for himself the course he will take In reference to his tastes and appetites; but
uiose who exercise the self-restraint
to avoid altogther the temptation of
alcoholic liquor are on the safer and
| wiser  side."
!     Dr. Howard H, Russell, of Western-
College   vllle, Ohio, founder of the Anti-Saloon
league, is also founder of the Lincoln
Legion,  which  instituted  today's services throughout the United States.
Clearance Sale
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The following are the annual reports of tlie commerce and navigation
committees of tlie board of trade.
They were read and adopted at the
annual meeting of the board of trade
on  Thursday night.
The chief item in Mr. McLeod's report is tbe promise held out of a better telephone service and there are
j many Important matters touched upon in W. ti. Gilley's report of matters
concerning navigation.
Commerce   Committee.
Gentlemen:
During the past year there have
been but few matters referred to my
committee. However, one in particular ls of considerable importance, and
that is tlie telephone service, which J
have taken up with the officials a
number of times, and today have been
given assurances from officials of the
company that plans are being prepared for the enlargement of the central station here, and that during the
present year the general battery service will be Installed. This service is
Ithe same as that at present in use in
j Vancouver, which requires no ringing
! to get central. The company has also
; just completed a house count of the
, city an 1 suburbs, and it is their Inten-
, tlon, as soon as the new service is
I installed, to greatly increase the num-
��� ber of telephones, and also to improve
the efficiency of the service as much
i as possible.
The general manager, Mr. liaise, is
I at present ln Honolulu, but will re-
! turn in a few weeks, and I have been
asked to meet him and the general
superintendent to take up various
matters regarding the service, as
Bqon as he returns, and I hope to have
an even more satisfactory report to
make  at  a  later date.
Yours sincerely,
A.  \V.  Mr LEOD,
Chairman.
Navigation   Committee.
Gentlemen,���As chairman of the
navi atiop committee l beg to submit
the following report for the past year:
The mat ter ni danger to tugs with
������ ���; tows and steamers on account
of the delay in opening the draws at
the different bridges was taken up
with the C. I'. R.., the provincial gov-
! ernment, the oity and the municipal-
*) Ity of Richmond. The secretary wrote
��� ! to  all  of  the  above  and  received  re-
Paris, Feb. 17.���Rejuvenating qualities in radium liave been discovered
by Prof. Gabriel Petit, of the veterinary school at Alfort.
He injected two milligrams twice in
the jugular vein of a very old horse
with surprising effects. The animal
seemed immediately to gain a new
lease on life. It put on flesh, became
frisky; considerable traces ot sulphate
of radium appeared in its blood, and
the red globules increased in number.
Tie injections, Dr. Petit says, produced lasting radio-activity of tlie system. He thinks it highly probable
that a radio-active serum may be obtained tn this manner which will arrest to a certain extent the advance
of physical decay in  human beings.
In other words, radium may be
made The basis of a real elixir of life.
HIGH BIRTH RATE IS
THE MOST ECONOMICAL
Dr. Charles W. Eliot, Late of Harvard,
Is  Staunch   Advocate   of
Large   Families.
Boston, Feb. IT.���Dr. Charles W.
Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard,
is the latest advocate of large families
and cultured Uoston is today discuss
ing with great interest an address ha
made before the Twentieth Century
I club last night. In it be decried plana
for restricting the birth rate and declared that such a measure would be
supported neither by morals nor economics.
"It is the high birth rate that is
economical," he said. "The durable
satisfaction of life depend in a large
measure upon a normal number of
children. They are not obtained by
families that have only one or two.
"I understand the normal number
of children to a family to be five or
six, and this number should not for
any economic reason be lowered.
"It is my belief that normally every
mother should bear a child once in
two years. Granting that marriage
should come at the average age of
twenty-four, this periodical child-
bearing should continue until the age
of forty, with eight children as a resultant issue.
"We are anxious to have Individual
freedom in America because we are a
democracy, but in such cases as this
we must act collectively for proper
precautions. We are behind Europe
in legislation on these matters."
W.
H. TAFT ADVOCATES
ABSOLUTE   ABSTINENCE
Columbus, Ohio, Feb. IT.���President
Taft, in a letter dated December 29,
1910, and read in 3000 Sunday schools
in the l'nited States yesterday sounded the keynote of a total abstainers'
movement. The letter is addressed to
Sunday school pupils as "My Dear
Voting Friends" and reads:	
"The excessive use of intoxicating
liquors is tlie cause of a great deal
of poverty, degradation and crime of
the world, and one who abstains from
the use of such liquor avoids a dangerous temptation. Abraham Lincoln
showed that he believed this in writing out for his boy friends the pledge
Corner  Quarter Acre
Lot on Edmonds road
$450.00; $100.00 Cash
$15.00 per month.
W. S. ROSE
lerchants Bank Building, Now Westminster
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We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN  ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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plies saying thai they woul.I look into the mat ier. They also promised
to arrange a Bystem of signals or
semaphores Bhowlng the tugs whether
they were in a position to open or not,
this would enable a boat to turn
around before she pot too close to the
bridge if anything was the matter that
it  could  not  be opened.
The next item referred to this committee   was   the  obstruction    to    tall
masted vessels by the wires on    the
bridge.    We went Into this thoroughly
along with    other    members of    the
board and  have done everything possible and hope that the results will be'
satisfactory.       The  B.  C.  E.  Railway
have taken this  matter up and have'
written to all the leading cable manu-'
facturers in the different countries but
have not  at   the  present  time  heard
of any country making a cable capable of carrying their high voltage.
Re  Improving  main    channel    and
dredging North Arm:
This committee attended every
meeting in this connection and are
. satisfied that the suggested Improve-
I ments are In a better shape of being
started than they have been heretofore on the South Arm or mala river,
on the North Arm we have the assurance from the Department and also
locallV that the dredge will start at
this work very soon (and notwithstanding what the delegates down
the river say) this committee and I
think the city as a whole reall7.es the
importance of this work as a valuable
asset  to this city and district.
While oti this subject 1 would suggest   that   the  navigation    committee
lor the next term, at the earliest possible moment, take up the two reports
or the l'ilot  and  the other from the
Department of Public Works here and
see if thev can be made to conform.!
The  steamer service  between  here
and Victoria is worse than ever as we
nol  had a boat    from there for I
o   months.    This  ls  hardly ;
���m It should be and we would suggest
that    the    transportation    committee
take this matter up with some other,
company as tbo C. P. K. evidently does
not think it worth bothering with.      |
We wotul also ask that this board
does not forget the Importance of the
coast   cities   getting   communication
with the interior towns via. the V. V. |
& B��� we would only be twelve hours
run from Grand Forks where at the,
present time It takes forty eight hours
If this board can take any steps that I
1 will  get  this country  in closer com-,
munioation with us we feel sure that
we would soon feel the effects on the,
trade  which  would    naturally    come!
this way Instead of going to the Am-.
ericans. , ...   "
In conclusion, would say, that as
Chairman Of this committee, which 1
have always claimed was the most Important committee of the board 1
would ask that this board appoint ft
new chairman who has the time and
ability to properly look after these
���10st important "-J*^
Chairman.
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTI8E
Fit is tlie
A suit of
jected ty any man in
his appearance.
Our Cufiers  are
Aoth
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all important consideration in c]
clothes that fits badly is instantly re-
the least particular ahout
Top Notckers
of
ported
blue.
We  are  offering at present an extraordinary fine selection ot   im
English Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges, Etc., in all the  latest   shades,
brown, grey, etc.     Our prices are moderate when one takes into consideration the  HIGH QUALITY of Design, Cloth and  Trimming.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS
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THE DAILY NEWS.
This Range Will Burn All the Gas and Smoke
by having the AIR blast thrown on top of fire.
A Great Saver of Fuel.
James & McClughan
Corner Sixth and Front streets, New Westminster PAGE FOOT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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MARKET
REPORT
corner   of
McKenzie
Streets,
and    Victoria
A. Paige Managing Director
OUR PARKS
Th6 weekly market yesterday did
not come up to the one held last week
as far as attendance was concerned,
hut In the amount and quality of the
produce brought In, it was a considerable improvement.
The supply of meats of different
varieties was much better than it has
been for some time and that probably
accounted for a cessation in.the steady
rise that has been going, ori "all winter.
The prices did not incline,to any et-
longjtent, but it was   evident,  that   they
What New Westminster lias
been in need of is a   citizen    gifted j might break at any time and when the j 12:30���All points
with the power of initiation and endow
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B O. E. R.
Idaily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. K.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Victoria  via  B.  C.  E.   R.
(daily except Sunday). .11:00
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  0.45
15:15���United States via G. N; R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
east and   Europe  (daily)     7:3C
Sunday)   9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday    0:45
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centre,
via B.C.E.R. (daily except Sunday)    8:30
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
cd with the quality of aggressiveness I
and persistence. We venture to believe that such a man has risen in the
person of Alderman Fred. J. Lynch.
For years the city has suffered by
what has practically amounted to thc
neglect of its parks and open spaces.
Bul at last there is a fair promise j
that due attention will be given
supply brought in is considered it was
surprising that there was not a drop' 23:00���All points east   and   Eu-
of a few cents at least on most of the
standard lines of meats.
'���) -
Eggs sold cheaper than they have
to
rope (daily) 15:45
30���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (daily      except
i Sunday)       7:30
,,     20:00���Sapperton    and     Fra3er
dozen   being   paid   for  tbem   by  tbe, mill8      (daily     except
wholesalers towards the close of the J Sunday)    15:45
day's business.   ,12:30���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Potatoes were brought In such large Sunday)     7:30
Re block 8, subdivision of northwest
quarter of Section 10, Township 12,
Map 893, in the District cf N'ew
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 12254F, issued
in the name of Hector Ferguson, has
.been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
ln a daily newspaper published ln the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Tit'.^s.
Land Registry Office,
New  Westminster,  B.  C, January
28, 1911.
quantities  that  some oTntnem  were 13:00���Central
these and that in the near future tho   ,eft  on  the  market  unsold,  a  thing'
citizens will be able to enjoy to the   th.u  has not  ),appene<i  on  the local
full the sylvan beauties and the peace-   market s|nce iast spring.   The sudden
retirement of Queens    park,    the |
Park    and   Edmonds     (daily    except
Sunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby    (daily    ex-
Sunday)    13:30
fui retirement of Queens   paiK,    lllt!; improvement in    the    transportation1
pleasant circumstances of Albert Ores-  scrvice after a month or.two of inter. 10:00-Tlmberland.  ^J*���^
cent, and the recreative opportunities   nlptjon l0 tiie  ,.jver navigation, etc.,] minster    (Tuesday   and
of Moody square and Sapperton park.; lg t)loug|lt t0 be responsible for thej Friday)       13:30
To these and other open spaces of, occurrence    yesterday,    and    it   will 10:00���Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
the city Alderman Lynch   is   giving | prob&bly  not  recur as  the    farmers' Westham Island   13:30
have   none   too  many   tubers   stored' 10:00���Annieville.  Sunbury (daily
except   Sunday    13:30
Island    Monday
careful and thorough attention, and he
promises, with the aid of landscape
sardeners and other experts to create
a number of beauty spots in this city.
"It is a consummation devoutly to be
wished.'' We feel sure that every one
will be delighted at the prospect
which is thus opened up.
In order to carry out his plans
Alderman Lynch will require some
thirty-five thousand dollars, and thi3
he proposes to obtain by way of a
by-law sanctioning a loan. Before
this is put forward, however, he will
present a full report of his plans and
intentions to the ratepayers, so that
they may thoroughly understand the
character of the improvements he
seeks to bring about. We sincerely
hope that these excellent intentions
may gain the wide approval whicn
they undoubtedly merit, and that
Alderman Lynch may be placed in a
position to carry out his improvement
program to the full.
Railway Time  Tables
away in their pits at the present time.
Poultry was steady and ail the birds, 10:00���Annacis
I Wednesday     and     Fu
brought in of first class quality were.
rapidly disposed of.
Official   Quotations.
Prices recorded were as under:
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. . .10c to 12c
j Beef, forequarteis, per lb.   ..Sc to 9c
Mutton, per lb 13c to 14c
Lamb, per lb 14c to loc
Pork, per lb -V2\_c to 13%c
Veal, per lb 12V2c to 13c
Broilers, .per doz $ 1.50 to 5.50
Chickens, per doz $0 to $7
Eggs, per doz., wholesale . .35c to 40c
Eggs, per doz., retail  45c to 50c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 30c
Butter, retail, per lb M5c to 40c
Potiitoes, per ton $30 to $32
Onions, per sack   $1.50
Carrots, per sack   75c.
Turnips, per sack  75c
Parsnips,   per   sack    $1
Beets, per sack   $1
Apples, per box    ... .75c to $1
day      13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday      13:30
11:30���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:2C
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day        15:00
11:30���Tynehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
8:30���Burnaby  Lake   (daily  except Sunday   16:0(1
JO:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except Sunday)     7:30
15:15���Crescent, White Hock and
Blaine     (daily     except
MUNICIPALITY   OF    BURNABY.
��� ��r��   �����������
Tenders addressed to the undersigned wlll be received up to Monday, February 20, 1911, at 5 p. m., for the supply of printing and stationery and engineer's supplies (tools, stumping powder, nails, etc.), also for hay and oats.
Specifications and further particulars to be obtained at Municipal ha'l.
The Municipality reserves the right
to accept any portion of any tender
and refuse the balance.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accC'tod,
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal hall, Edmonds, B. C. February 14, 1911.
Prof. Alexander
ST.  PATRICK'S HALL
Will expatiate on Saturday on how to
read character by Handshake, Walk,
Eyes, Nose. Mouth and Chin. Admission 25 cents.
Professor Alexander will get. busy
on Monday delivering erudite lessons
(by request) on Love, Courtship, Marriage and Jealousy.
8. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoulo.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:00,   5:50,   0:20.   fi:50,
7:20 and 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster tor Van
couver at 5:00, 5:50, fi:20, 6:50, 7:20
and 8:00 a.m., and every half hour
ihereafter until 11:00 p.m.
S inday  Schedule.
,_"r��  Irmvo P.'tiw'iww for  S'pw   West
minster at 6:00,   7:on,   |S:00   aad :
9:01 a.m. and every half hour thereafter ,;n'.il 11:30 p.m.
Cars tt-ri*..    .��� -   ...-.., ,,,,n.-i<>r fnr  V.
���corner at C:f0, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:0)
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. and
every hour until 11 p.m.
On  Sundaya cara leave Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
On Sundaya cars leave Vancouver at
8 am   to 11 p.m.
��>.  J.   Stewart, Local   Manager,  New
Westminster.
B.C. Mills
limber  and  Trading
Co.
TrT    1 ^Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box   13'
Wanted to Purchase !
Water frontage with about
five acres of land on Fraser
River* State particulars of
description, etc.
Box $, care Daily News
Great Northern Railway. *������'*
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 8:15 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 1:08 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
Leaves    New     Westminster     4:28 j
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:16 1
-a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:45 a. m. >
Leaves  Seattle 8:05 a.m.;   arrives
New  Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:05 p. m., arrives
New Westminster 5:55 p. m.
I       I      it   TIB 111 IM ������ II
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms. ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW LINE
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrive.
New Westminster 9:25 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ex
���cept Sunday from bridge pussengei
��tation 3:S0 p.m.; arrives at Port
Cuicbon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
��ially, except Sunday; arrives at New
^Westminster bridge passenger Btatlon
10:20 a.m.
G.  N.  R.���Surras  Branch.
'l.pftves   Sumas   r>:'X)  a. in;   arrives |
*trl<I. e passenger station.  New  Westminster,   10:20   a.m.   dully   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
B. C. E. Railway
Lulu Island road (or Ewen avenue)
| 10-acre ranch within city limits,
| 330 feet facing on new city car line;
all cleared, drained and cultivated.
Sidewalk  to  property.    For one
week only at $1,300 per acre.
TERMS, 1-3 cash; bai. 6,12 and 18 months at 7 p.c.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
REAL   ESTATE,  ETC.
Phone, 832.      G43 Columbia St., New Westminster
NEW  WESTMINSTER,    B. C
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
V _-/
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH  MAYER8
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
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REASONABLE PRICES, SEE
Davis & Wilkinson
The Men Who Sell For Less
at 655 Front Street
You win the 60 per cent, profit charged elsewhere
THAT'S ALL
But there's three specials for
today SATURDAY  only
Large  size silver plated
Alarm Clocks, guaranteed  ��C
perfect time keepers, for  ODC.
 Worth $1.50
Large Carpet Squares in Oriental,
Floral  and   Conventional
designs, and all imported djr aa
'Worth $11.50 each
goods, for
Flannelette Blankets, full <M nr
size, grey or white colors, ��pl��UD
Worth $1.75
Davis & Wilki
Phone 707.    655 Front Street
\vm
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
3,500  Ton��,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/2 Knots.
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -     11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection at Prince Rupert for Stewart S. S. "Prince Albert'' will leave Prince IJupert March .'!, 17 and 111 tor I'ort Blmpson
Kincolith, Massett, Skide. ate, Queen Charlotte City, Jedway, etc.
Double track and modern luxurious trains between Chicago and
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston,
Niagara Falls, N'ew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
For tickets, time tables, illustrated literature, and all Information
apply to
L. V. DRUCE,
Commercial A cent.
HAItRY 0. SMITH,
City Pass, nnd Ticket Agnet.
527 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.    Plione 7100. Phone 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATANTIC  STEAMSHIP  LINES.
Fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
WE FURNISH A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE FTVH.
ENORMOUS SUMS ARE
SAVED TO WORKINGMEN
Industrial Disputes Act Benefits Canadian Industries
in Many Ways.
Ottawa, Feb. 17.���That over $lfi,.
800 000 ha8 been save(l to Canada in
f0Ur years by the operation of the
industrial disputes Investigation, act
���,gS the remarkable and satisfactory
message of the minister of labor to
parliament tonight on the prerfenta-
Ln of his estimates. The figures.
Hon Mr. King pointed out, were a
conservative estimate, and dealt only
Wj,|, ihe monetary side of the sav-
iuf it was impossible to tabulate the
benefit to the happiness and welfare
0f ,\���, community.
"Canada," declared the minister,
"baa reason to view the legislation
Witt) national pride." The working
(lll! of tbe act had wrought great good,
aIKj served to materially improve industrial conditions. Comparisons
wjtti New South Wales and N'ew Zealand, where compulsory arbitration is
in force, demonstrated tbe advantage
,.. ���),, Canadian system.
Th. icport of the minister set forth
that duiing the past four years in
wliich il"' act has bad effect, one hundred conciliation boards had boen ap-
; . : for. In ninety-one of these cases
strikes bad been prevented in public
utility industries. From statistics
ffhlcl the government bad been gathering for the past ten years it was
shown that the average duration of
these strikes was twenty-four days.
Id the hundred cases dealt with there
were 99,542 men involved in the dis-
;..-,- e rnlng an average of $2.60per
in consequence the working men ol Canada saved in wages
ol $5,972,520. It was difficult
to accurately estimate tbe question of
profits ' ' assuming that tbey would
be at least 10 per cent of the wages
ej would amount to $600,000,
*.*.:... the wiluc of the   commodities
;      ,.:'  "     lid   be  $10,000,000.
. -j oi se  to   a   query   by   Mr
the minister said he was sat
that  in  the  great  majority   of
.-  the act  afforded  better  means
irlng a fair and just Bettlemen
i a sirike.    This was demon-
. by the fact  that  in all cases
���...-���   the award  had   been    rejected
and  the  men   bad   struck,    tbey   had
finally returned to work on the terms
i   board, or others not as
I do not say that the decision
lards is always the best."
ed Mr. King, "but I believe thai
erned will  gain  more iir the
: ;n by following tbem."
BOWLING
Below ls given the official report of
a terrible accident which occurred to
flve well known and highly respected
newspaper men of this city yesterday
afternoon.
They were enjoying themselves in
a building on Front street when, as
far as can be gathered from the incoherent reports made by the survivors, they were set upon and badly
beaten by a gang of high rollers.
No arrests have been made.
There is ground for suspicion that
the assailants ate connected in some
way with the Peoples' Trust company.
Here is the list of casualties: (
Newspaper Men.
12       3   Ttl.   Ave.
..121    159    153���43.1    144
PRIME MINISTER
REBUKES A JUDGE
Turner
Best 124
Levy lit;
Fraser 117
Sutherland .  .142
97
Hi
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115���336 112
166���382 127
137���429 143
161���466 152
Justice Accused of Political
Partizanship���Rare Occurrence In British Cotrts.
Peoples' Trust.
2035
3   Ttl.   Ave.
12fi���329    132
1        2
McCormack . .105     9S
Totten    169 118 119���396    132
Corbett   ..   ..165 144 174���4R8    163
Boulton   ..   ..163 141 167    461���154
Burden   ..   ..175 153 165���493    164
2167
London, Feb. 17.���The rare occurrence of an English judge being publicly rebuked by the prime minister
for political partisanship was an incident of the week. Mr. Justice Grantham was tbe offender. Addressing the
grand jury at the Liverpool assizes be
reverted to charges of partiality in an
election petition that were made
against bim in the house of commons
as long ago as 1906, thereby "signally
violating." in tbe words of Premier
AsquiUt, "the obligation of the bench
to abstain from the criticism of proceedings in parliament."
It is over forty years since the jurisdiction   in    election    petitions    was
transferred to judges. Chief Justice
CockbUTn protested against placing on
tbe judicial shoulders work so closely-
allied to party politics but his prediction that sooner or later distrust of a
judicial decision would ensue has not
proved correct, even suspicions of the
kind being extremely rare.
On every hand it Is admitted that
Grantham made a mistake in reopening tbe question.
The  Times  points  out  that Grantham recognizes there is a tradition ac-1
cording to which judges do not  con-'
tradict  charges  made  against   them.
This  attitude of silent disdain   is  a
protection to the bench and  its  pro-j
tection Is lost or weakened if some of'
the  judges  step  down   from   it   and
cross swords with their adversaries.
Tecumseh6   Elect   Officers.
Toronto, Feb. 17.���The following officers were elected at the annual meeting of the Tecumseh Lacrosse club:
Patron, R. A. Smith; hon. president,
"Lol" Solman: president, Peter A.
Small; first vice-president, J. J. Mc-
Caffery; second vice-president,
Charles \V. Webb; third vice-president, Dr. J. Andrew Creswell; secretary manager captain, C. L. Querrie;
assistant manager, Fred Graydon;
treasurer,  Fred   Hambly.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
Tbe right lo cut timber under
license on Berth No. 531, comprising
the following lands in tbe Province of
British Columbia, will be offered at
nubile auction at tlie upset vric.r* of
$400.00, at 2 o'clock p.m.. on Wednesday, tbe 29th day of .March next, at
tbe office of tbe Dominion Timber
Aucnt at   New  Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 531, situate in
tbe Province of British Columbia, in 1
Township* 5, Range 27, west of the
Sixtli Meridian, and comprising that]
potion of the northeast quarter of
Section 14, not covered by Berths 423
and 471, and containing an area of SO
acres, more or less.
A  license will  not be issued  until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and tbe ground rental for    the    first j
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental,   etc..   are    contained     ln     tbo]
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may  be secured on application  to the |
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber j
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KF.YK.S,
Secretary
Department of tbe Interior.
Ottawa. December 23rd. 1910.
Tilbury Island
DELTA
2500 feet of deep water frontage
on main channel of Fraser river
Price, $35 per front foot
Terms to arrange
Several fine lots on Eighth avenue, on upper side, near carline.
Price $650.00 and up for inside lots;
$750.00 for corners.
These are fine view lots.
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T.  H.  McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St, New Westmrrnter, B. C.
Phones 646, 66^.
I
A  SNAP!
New 7-Roomed House
Twelfth street, between 6th and 7th avenues.
Beautiful view of lower river and Gulf of Georgia.
72 feet frontage on Twelfth street.
$3500, on terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie  Bros.
Note new address,   ���>22  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
REAL  E5TATE, ETC.
���i
��   Phone, 832.      046 Columbia St., New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
ADIES
1
ATTENTION!
Everything in Groceries at the
West End Grocery Store
TO BE SOLD
Before Tuesday
morning
HALF PRICE
50 cents on the
TO   MAKE   ROOM   FOR
��� [���
The
of   Vancouver
wl
Who Will Occupy the Premises at Once
Stock, Fixtures,
Cash   Registers,
EVERYTHING   TO   BE   SOLD
1
Wagons
On behalf of the Bank of Vancouver, Abraham Goldberg
has purchased the whole stock
Mnigr
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THE DAItY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY
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Society
Miss    Corbould    entertained    the
Hridge club on Friday evening. I
���   ���   ��� i
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doyle are
guests at the Empress, Victoria. |
��� *   *
Mrs. C. C, Worsfold is confined to
the house with an attack of influenza. I
��� ���   ���
Mr. J. A. H. Ballock was ln Victoria
for a few days during the week. !
��� *    a \
Mrs.  A.   Malins  entertained  a  few i
friends at a work tea on Monday.
��� ���    .
Mr. Gauvreau has gone on a busi- j
ness trip to Prince Rupert. I
ama
Dr. and Mrs. Doherty returned    on
Monday  from a short trip    to    Cali- j
fornia. |
... |
Miss   Perdue, of  Winnipeg,  Is  the
guest of Mrs. G. K. Corbould.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Ardagh are spending
the week end with Mrs. Scholelield,
Victoria.
Mrs. Innis, of Victoria, has been the
guest  of  her  sister,  Mrs.  Creighton,
during the week. i
��     ��     ��� ;
Miss Lawson, of Vancouver, spent |
the week end with Mrs. F. J. foul-!
thard. I
Mrs. W. J. Mathers g.tve a very Jolly
progressive euchre party on Tuesday
evening. '
...
Mrs. Alex Cunning ham delighted .1
large number of her daughter's friends
when she entertained them at a bright
Valentine party od  Tuesdav.
... j
Mrs. J. W. Creighton is planning a
trip to the Fanning island, to return
with her sister, .Mrs. Cox, whose husband has been stationed there for tlie
past two years.
...
Mrs.   Silletoe   has  arrived  in   Vancouver from England and is the guest
of Miss Fay, Robson street.   She e.\-;
pects to make Vancouver her permanent home.
...
Tlie dance given    by    the Ladies'
Guild of St. Albans church, Burnaby,'
in St. George's hall on Monday e\en-
ing was enjoyed by a large number
and was a great success in every way.
The music was supplied by Mr. Frank
Major's orchestra.
��   *    *
Mrs.  Cornwall, of  Albert Crescent,'
was a  charming hostess ai   the  tea!
hour on Tuesday, the guest of honor
being    Mrs.     Norris,    of     Kamloops.
Among those present were Mrs. Dickinson,   Mrs.   0.   E.   Corbould,   Mrs.-
Charleson,  Mrs.  Hole    Mrs.    Loamy,!
Mrs. C. E, Lewis, Mrs. James liiym-;
ner,  Mrs.  Yuen, liu:-',,    Mrs.     English,
Mrs.    Wolfenden    and     Miss    Alma'
Leamy.
*   *   .
Mrs. Chilyer gave a delightful
euchre party on St. Valentine's Day
to a large number of ber friends. Tlie
decorations throughout the rooms
were in keeping with the day. The
flrst prize was won b> Mrs. Clarence
Peele, the lone hand by Mrs. G. A.
Allen and the consolation by Mrs. J.
R. Agar. The guests inclu led Mrs. J.!
J. Jones, Miss Jones, Mrs. Henderson,
Miss Fraser, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Collister, Mrs. lloway, Mrs. J. R. Grant,
Mrs. Johnston, Miss Phillips, Mrs. L.
A. Lewis, Mrs. Mathers, Mrs. Wolfenden. |
...                            |
The Gymnasium,club, under the
direction of Miss Goddard, gave a very
pleasing exhibition of their exercises
in St. George's hall on Tuesday evening. The class went through all the
movements to music, which was played by Miss Freeze and Miss Kenny.
Miss Kittie Hill, of Uurnaby, danced
the skirt dance in a most charming
manner. Among those taking part
were Mrs. Sutherland, Miss Shildrick,
Miss DeWolf Smith, Miss Marjory
Lander, the Misses Hood, Miss Eastman, Miss Sinclair, Miss Ruby
Fletcher, Miss Minna Walker, the
Misses Broad, Miss Hilodeau, Miss
Peggy Gordon, Miss Millicent Greame,
Miss Daisy Dawe. Miss Dockerill aad
Miss Kitty Hill.
...
Mrs. E. N. Sutherland gave a very
smart euchre party in Miss Cotton's
honor on  Thursday  afternoon,    Miss
Corbould was the winner of the first
prize, while Mrs. G. Bruce Corbould
carried off the prize for the lucky
chair and Miss Cotton was presented
with a dainty gift. The guests included Mrs. J. R. Grant, Mrs. James Brymner, Mrs. J. H. Diamond, Mrs. J. H.
Jones, Miss Cotton, Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Marion Martin, Miss Nora
Armstrong, Miss Freeze, Miss Josephine Martin, the Misses Brown, the
Misses Lewis, the Misses Leamy, Miss
Keary, Miss McBride. Miss Corbould,
Miss Perdue (Winnipeg), Miss DeWolf
Smith, Miss Annandale, the Misses
Briggs and Miss Peele.
��    ��
A number of very charming functions have been given this week for
Miss Ella Cotton, whose marriage
takes place next month. Mrs. Alexander Charleson gave a delightful
he-irt party In her honor on Friday
afternoon. The rooms were a profusion oi lovely spring flowers, the tea
tahle heing a mass of red tulips. All
the prizes and favors were symbolical
of Cuidd and his darts. The hostess
was gowned In a handsome grey voile,
.Mis. . uengling in a smart apricot
eoliene with gold and hlack trimmings,
and Miss Cotton ln a very dainty
lingerie dress. The guests included
Mrs. Oracey, Mrs. Richardson, Mrs.
Cotton, Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mrs. M.
Malins,   Mrs   .Gaynor,   Mrs.   Doherty.
Mtb. Marshall English, Mrs. Brydges,
Mrs. A. Gracey, Mrs. Sutherland, Mra.
Allison, Mrs. Latham, Mra. Charles
McDonald, Mrs. James Brymner, Mr..
McQuarrie, Mrs. J. Allen, Mrs. Cambie, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Eddy, Mrs.
Ankeny, Mrs. Sinclair, Miss Armstrong, Miss DeWolf Smith, Miss Annandale, Miss Josephine Martin, Miss
McGowan, the Misses Lewis, Misa
Freeze, Miss Corbould, Miss Perdue
tWinnipeg), the Misses Briggs, Miss
Harvey, the Misses Hrown, Miss
Fraser, Miss Owen, Miss Peele, Miss
Shildrick, .Miss Fletcher, Miss Drew,
the Misses Leamy. Miss McBride, Miss
McColl and Miss Jones. Mrs. Charleson is also entertainfng at cards    on
Tuesday afternoon, February 21.
...
One of the social events of the week
was given by Miss Helen Walker at
her home in honor of St. Valentine. A
mi)ost enjoyable time was spent.
Those who joined in the merry making were Miss Wilkinson, Miss Ethel
Buckland. Miss Ruth Marston, Miss
Klsle Smith. Miss Florence Davis, Mr.
G. H. Leishman, Mr. C. Oxcnberry,
Mr. J. House, Mr. ('. Miller. Mr. C.
Laird and Mr. D. lVlham.
BRITISH AIRSHIP
HAS EIGHT TANKS
Will Have Storage Capacity
cf 2,000 Gallons of Petrol
- Built For Long Voyages
lien
Some additional particulars from a
reliable source aro to hand respecting
the British naval airship now under
construction at Harrow. The envelope
constructed of a silk similar In character to that used in the latest Zeppelins, is divided into seven sections.
Its length is given as 51(1 feet, its dia-
1 meter is 48 feet, and its gas capacity
, 706,330 cubic feet. To each of the
two sets of eight-cylinder Wolseley
engines���each engine being rated at
ahout 200 horsepower���there are attached eight sheet metal tanks. Each
tank has a storage capacity for 2000
1 gallons  of  petrol,  so  that   the   total
storage capacity of the tHIlk
full is 32,000 gallons. Tll��� ,
welded together in oil tlghi .,
Consequently, accident or ink^
any section would involve the ] t0
only of a minute fraction of the ��S5
ply, and would not destroy the h^
ancy of the airship. in co ���*
of these features of her .JJJ
the airship is fitted with <���,_. ������"
yards of aluminum piping. nt.r '!���.*
ing capacity is estimated at fu
one tons, us against sixteen ������, i'y'
half tons, the lifting ,��������"*
Zeppelin VIII., and her ,������ he
speed is forty-five miles at, hour ���t
talned from the three propeUe' 1
signed to run at 4500 revolution. ��
minute. In order to minimize Z
weight, tho framework haa been con
structed ofithe new alloy of alfigj
known as "duralium." which is,,,, ,
to be both light,.,' and stronger tfi
the pure aluminum used In the /
struction of the German alrshZ"
From these particulars it |��� (.,i(,'s;
that the new airship |s designed '���
undertake long voyages and to main
tain efficiency, even If struck jurin,
an attack. As the tests to whirl, all
parts are being subjected are verv
thorough, it is not likely thai the Btaln
will be ready for her trial flight bo
fore May next.
Dramatic scene in   the third act of "Seven Days," which comes to the opera   house on Thursd;!
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On Monday, February 20, will be published
i
Ain't It Hard to Get a Beau
As sung by Irene Franklin in
Lew Field's production of
"The Summer Widowers"
at Broadway theatre, New York
Free with Monday's Issue of the Daily News
If not already a subscriber to THE NEWS, SUBSCRIBE NOW !
10c. a week, 40c. a month DELIVERED FREE!
Bmmuj'Mw ��ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Ne*
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster
Take notice that Edward Hawkins
/viiicouver, occupation ���,,,���CCi��,,
��f to  apply   for   Permission   to
I lntena�� following     described
j purcUas"
lla,ulSm<��pcing at a post planted on
"'"'. '.   o��8the east   side   of   the
tlie Son channel and Joining T. L.
\Wn ."���   on the no. th side and mark-
N\ hv'inl   Hawkins;   S.   VV.  corner,
l��d       k \;o chains to line of limit
C>.713   thence N. 60 chains along
: heach, thence south and west
li"e '".    '.,,  to place   of   commence-
Blcnt and containing 80 acres more or
less-                RDWARD HAWKINS.
IAMBS A LEWIS, Agent.
November 28. 1910- 	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
then* e_j
N'O.
Take
New Westminster Land Di.tr.ct. Dis-
; Ne    trist of New Westminster.
notice that Cecil Killam of
l(>r H C , occupation barrister
?,fw intends to apply for permli-
"^ purchase  the   following   de-
61 OU   lu   '     ,
*aU\ lu-iiie at  a post  planted on
CT      ��� S.i' IK ��>lleanortheast
,he l?;   ,,.;>.Int7 Jervis  inlet, and
imt it"c   Kilhim-8  Northwest Cor-
.I ence cast  20  chains,  thence
20    chains,    thence    west    20
more or less, to beach, thence
beach   to  ilaie of  com-
40  acres
ner
eouth
chains
iinrtli along	
Eement and  containing
more or less.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
CECIL KILLAM.
J. A. LKWIS, Agent
iated November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Take notice that an application
lias been made to register Kmma McLaren, William Chalmers McLaren
and John Edward Valillee, as the
owners In fee simple, under a tax sale
deed from C. C. Fisher to Joha
MacLaren, bearing date the lst day of
April, A. D. VM)2, ot all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and heing
In the District of New Westminster,
In the Province of Hritish Columbia,
more particularly known and described as Southwest quarter of Section 11,
Township 7.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered Instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in the said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of tlie "Hand Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
the tax purchaser within forty-five
days from the date of the first publication of this notice upon you, and in
default of a caveat or certificate of lis
pendens being filed within such period, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you will
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in respect of the said land, and I shall
register Kmma MacLaren, William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee as owner thereof in iv*
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for thirty days in <i
daily newspaper published In New
i Westminster, will he good and sulli-
clent service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,, this 9th day of January,
A. D. 1911.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar
To Albert  B. Walworth.
WATER    NOTICE.
Dis-
1 N,w Westminster  Land  District
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Clint  E.  Dicker-
, J��� ol Vancouver, B. C, occupaUon
Xennan, intends to app'y tor perlson to purchase the following dc
scribed lands:
'"commencing at a post planted ��
Un.beaeta In Hillings Hay, Nelson Is-
tod Tnd joining P. R. No.. 1678 and
E,  Dickerman's   North-
���". lhence south 60 cliains,
JP ���   go chains, thence north
I a more or iess to leach.
.,,. . . terly along beach to place
,. mencement, and containing 320
, ,. m xe or less.
aC , LINT E. DICKERMAN.
.1. a. LEWIS. Agent.
., November 28, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will he made under I'art V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a license In the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
(a) Tbe name of I ompany in full ���
The den Rose Canning Company Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided into
$2500 of $10 each, of which 1450 shafts
are issued and paid up.
(b) The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
is)���Unnamed stream on Lot 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
Mowing into Eraser river.
(c) The point of diveision���1< about
200 feet from its mouth at the Eraser rher on said Lot 17.
(ill Tlie quantity of wa'er applied
for iln cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam. pipe or flume and pump.
(f) The premises on which tho
water is to be used (describe same) ���
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group 2, known as the Industrial Can
nery.
i. ) The purposes for which the
water Is to be used���Industrial and domestic pur[ oses.
(jl Area or Crown land intended to
he occupied by the proposed works ���
None.
<!;> This notice was posted on the
Kith day of February. 1911, and application will he made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
(!) (live the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose hinds are lively to he af-
fecte I by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach  copy of  such  i arts   of the
Ccmjany's   memorandum   of  associ i-
tion as authorize the proposed application -.'i-.ti  works.
The   Glen    Kose   Canning   Company
Limited.
(Sign: ture)
FROM THE TROPICS
TO HEALUS8.
| CHURCH j
I SERVICES I
t ���
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
9 p.m. on Fridays. Tlie omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
ia by the pastor or other responsible
..arty.)
 Cedron Seed Plant. I
In Central America many natives are
gathering the seeds of this plant, Cedron
Seed, a rare medicine that hns valuable
curative powers.    Hut few drug etores
Sunday, February 19.
CATHEDRAL     OF     TIIE     HOLV
u^��������� P������,    u����� ,.:��� u., . .wur���  | TRINITY-Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum
carry this seed, owing to the high cost  ! *��� A" rector;  Kev' Geor&e A' Ha>'' M
../.., i A_ assistant o.nmta   S n   m     lmlv ,
of tho article
This country is a lirge consumer of
this costly seed because it enters into
tbo famous catarrh remedy, 1'eri
���old tho world oyer.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
m
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent
C. P. R.
J.  M.
(p. o. Address)
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
m
Nc* Westminster  Land   District. Dis
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Leslie L. Dicker
r :. ol Vancouver, B. C, occupat
man, Intends to apply for per-
n lo purchase the following de-
i , >��� I lauds
Commencing at a post planted on
t'.;e beach on west side of Sechelt In-
le*. and at the  northeast   corner  of
��� Dick-
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
ironwork for three 2tio yard dump
scows for Vancouver. U. C," will be
received at this ofiice until 4 p. m., on
Wednesday, February 22, it'll, for the
supply of ironwork for three 260 cubic
yard dump scows for Vancouver B. C.
Plans and form of c mtract can be
seen and forms of tender othalned at
the offices of 11. A Bayfield, Esq., Superintendent of Dredges, New West
minster, B. C.J William Henderson.
Esq., Resident Architect. Victoria.
B, C, and on application to the Postmaster al Vancouver, B. C,
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made ou the forms supplied, and sign-
led with actual signatures, s.atiug tin lr
occupations and places of residence. In
Uhe case of firms, the actual signature,
: the nature of the occupation and place
! of residence of each  member of  the
j firm must be given.
Each tender must  be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
! bank, payable to the order of the Hon-
'"", equal
of the
McDonald,
Manager.
 ^^^^^ New Westm'nstei'.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
if I To record, divert, take and
carry awav, w'ter from rny st-earn.
river and lake in the Province of British Columbia, for the use of their bu i
ness, and for that purpose to erect,
bulli. lay and maintain dams, aiue-l
ducts, flumes, or other consult pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of'
the same.
Arrivals.
10:30���From   Vancouver   and   Agas
siz.
12:10���From     Montreal,
and Okanasan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From  Vancouver.
, A., assistant curate. 8 a. m., holy com-
| munion;  11 a.m., matins, sermon and
: choral celebration;  2:30 p.m., Sunday
school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIR-
jGIN, Sapperton���2:30 p.m., Sunday
j school; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon,
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
j PAL���Rev. A. DeB. Owen rector. Ser-
i vice at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday
ischool at 2:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
j on   Wednesday  at  8  p.m. ,
ST. BARNABAS���Holy communion,
at 8 a.m.; morning prayer, litany and
sermon at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at
2:30 p.m.; evening prayer and sermon
at 7 p.m. Rev. E. R. Bartlett, M.A.,
i will preach.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
j Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor    Ser-
Kootenay j vlce   at   u a.m. and   7 p.m.; Sunday
..     ae   \ school at 2:30 p.m.   Professor Gifford,
  ��� _ ,-\0'  Jh);   of Columbian college, will  take    the
19:20���From \ ancouver, Seattle and i mornjng service.
Mission.
22:5o���From Winnipeg and   Nicola.      SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
(No. 1). | Hospital street���Andrew Grieve,   pas
tor.   Morning service 11 a.m.: Sunday
Seattle,   Ni-
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
li - in i���To Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay and
Monti eai   (No   96).
17;50��� To Agassiz and Vancouver.
21:10���To Vancouver.     (No.  1).
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WKST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and NovemDer, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may ba
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. P. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. VV. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J.   STILWELL   CLUTE,   barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & JOHN-
ston. barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Westminster. W. J
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE ft
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offlces, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
II. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
school  and  Bible  class 12  to  1  p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.; people's meet-
! ing Thursday at 8 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
i p.m. Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.
I Midweek prayer nieetin . on Welnes-
! day at eight o'clock. Rev. B. H. West,
of Jackson Avenue church, Vancouver.
j will preach at both morning and evening services.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING,
;MISS  M.  BROTEN,   public   stenogra-
I    pher;   specifications,   business   letters,    etc.;    circular    work    taken.
Phone   415.     Rear   of   Major    and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
lot No. 2727 and marked "L. , ,       	
Northwest   Corner,"   thence, 0. able Minister of Public Work
hains, thence east 20 chains, to ,,.��� ,���,,- cent of tlie amount
th :>"  chains,  thence cast   t(,ml(.,.   wtjch will be forfeited if the
e or less to the beach, person tendering decline to enter Into
tbi   ��� north and west along beach to a contract when called upon to do SO,
commencement   and    containing    J-o
acrea move or less.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J.  A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 29, 1910.
MUNICIPALITY   OF    BURNABY.
.. #�� ._���_
Tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received up to Monday, February 20, 1911, at 5 p. m., for the supply of printing and stationery and engineer's supplies (tools, st imping powder, nails, etc.), also for hay and oats.
Si educations and further particu-1
lars to le obtained at Municipal hall,   j
The Municipality reserves the right
to accept any i oition of any tender
and refuse the balance.
TVe lowesl or any tender not neces-
sarily accepted.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal hall. Edmonds, B. C, February 14,  1911.
BOWLING     ALLEYS     AND     POOLROOMS  REGULATION  BYLAW, 1911.
LAND ACT.
in tho District
Re lot H group 1,^^^^^^^^^
ot New Westminster:
Whereaa proof of the loss of certifies-.��� title No. 6870F, issued lu the
name ol Lee Soon, Lee Ylck Quon,
lias been Bled In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe eviration of one month from j
the date of the first publication here-j
of. in a daily newspaper published ln
or fail to complete the work contract
ed for. If the tender be not accepted
the cheque will he returned.
The Department does not bind Itself
accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
R. C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public   Works,   Ottawa, February 8, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without
authority from the Department.
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
Road    Superintendent.
,t. iu . nam  ���ew. im,���  . ,    Applications addressed to the under
the Citv ���f New Westminster, Issue a signed will he received up to 6.p. m
duplicate of the said certltlcate. unless ' -��� ������ ����-*-.��� >n inn. ror uk
in tbe meantime  valid  objection  be
made t
me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Tltle3.
hand Registry Offlce, New Westmln-
er, n c, January 17, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Slfcueu    ITU.  ww	
on Monday, February 20, 1911, for the
position of Road Superintendent, at a
Ro lot 10. block 16, Murray's Addition, town of Port Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. 5630A, issued in thi'
name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month   from
A bylaw for tlie regulation of poolrooms and bowling alleys in tbe city
of New Westminster.
The municipal council of the corporation of the Oity of New Westminster
enacts as follows:
1. All bowling alleys and all poolrooms wherein 'are billiard or pool
tables for hire or profit in tbe City of
New Westminster, shall be closed oa
Sundays and on other days from mi 1-
ni. ht until eight (8) o'clock hi the
morning. ^L^^^____
2. Bowling   allevs   and   poolrooms  worship:
sliall be subject to the supervision of evening
the chief of police for tbe City of New
Westminster;  and tlie chief of police
| and constables of the city sliall have
access to the same at all times.
3. No gambling or betting sliall be
permitted in any bowling alley or pocl-
room, and printed notices to this effect shall he displayed on the walls in
howling alleys or poolrooms.
4. Youths under the age of eighteen
years  shall  not  be  allowed  Into   any
GOSPEL     HALlr���Corner   of   Sixth
avenue and  Ninth  street.    A special |
evangelistic meeting will be conducted
by J. J. Rouse, of Yancouver, at 7 p.m.
SIXTH     AVENUE    METHODIST���
Rev.  F.  S.  Okell, B.A.,  pastor.    Services at  11  a.m.    and    7  p.m.    Class!
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at 1
2:30 p.  m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. m.    Prayer meeting. Wednesday at 8 p.m.    Morning subject,   "To
Whom Christ Reveals Himself." Evening, "The Destruction of Ninlveh According to  Nahum."'
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     2?
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
BENSON *: AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank ot MontreaL
Gardiner & Gardiner
years snail not  ne anuweu  mii��   ��...,
bowling alley or poolroom in the City at 8 pm-
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���R--v. E | Room
G. Thompson. M.A., pastor. Public
Morning service. 11 a.m.:
p. in.; Bible class and
Sabbath school. 2:30 p.m.; Y. P. S. C.
E., Monday at 8 p.m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday, 8 p.m. Morning subject,
"Respectable Sin." Evening, "What
Is Life ?"
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, k. C.
Dhone 661 Residence  Phone  133
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing Co'y
of New Westminster.
I
ST.   ANDREW'S   PRESBYTERIAN
the date of the first publication here-,"' "-"    7"_"",	
of, in a daily newspaper published inl   .5-    Any violation or breach of any
the Citv of New Westminster  issue a  of ,he provisions of this bylaw shall ���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor.   Ser-
dupllcaie of'the said certificate, unless   sllbJect the "censee of such bowling vices 11 a. m   and 7 p. m.    Sabbath
the  meantime  valid  objection   be  alley or P��olroom upon conviction to school and Bible class    at    2:30 p.m
-J'���  "���  '���"**  ***  tinn n���v     T    S     Hpnrierson   will
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
���	
made to me in writing
C. S. Keith
District Registrar of Titles...	
Land Registry Office. New Westmln-1 ln8 three months.
ster, B. C, Februarv 13, 1911. I     "���   This   bylaw   may
salary of $150 per month.    Applicant
to provide a suitable horse and rig.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, February 9. 1911
Re block X, subdivision of northwest
quarter ol Section lfi, Township 12,
Map 893, in the District of New
Westminster,
Whereas proof of the loss of cer-
tifl ate ol title number 12254F, issued
1" tbe name of Hector Ferguson, has
'" n nied in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
"i 'lie expiration of one montli from
the date ol the first publication hereof,
**��� * dailj newspaper published ln the
City ol Now Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unleas
in the meantime valid objectlou be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tltl.'S.
wnd Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. C, January
28, 1911,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
Draughtsman.
Applications addressed to tie undersigned will be received up to 5 p. in.
on Monday, February 20. 1911, for tho
position of Draughtsman, at a salary
of $90 per month.
T. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, 11. C, February 9, 1911.
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
a fine not exceeding the sum of $100 Rev. J. S. Henderson will preach in
together with costs and in default of the morning and Rev. Dr.' A. K. Mc-
payment to imprisonment not exceed-  Lellan, of Boston, in the evening.   At
four o'clock in the afternoon Dr. McLellan will hold a service in Gaelic.
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
Board of Works Clerk.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to u p. m. on Monday.
February 20, 1911, for the position of
Board of Works clerk, at a salary of
$i��0 per month. Applicant must be a
competent typist and stenographer,
with knowledge cf figures.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall. Edmonds, B. C, February 9, 1911,
"MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 531, comprising
the following lands in the Province of
British Columbia, will be offered at
nubilo suction at the unset. wlc.�� of
$400.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 29th day of March next, at
the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at  New Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 531. situate In
the Province of British Columbia, ln
Township 5, Range 27, west of the
Sixtli Meridian, and comprising that
portion of tlie northeast quarter of
Section 14, not covered hy Berths 423
and 471, and containing an area of 80
acres, more or less.
A license will not he Issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the first
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained In the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
H-wfl Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December 23rd. 1910.
��� ~  -���        be   cited   as
Bowling alleys and Poolroom Regulation Bylaw, 1911."
Done and passed in open council the
fith day of February, A. D., 1911.
Reconsidered and finally passed the
13th dav of February. A. D., 1911.
JOHN   A.  LEE, -
Mavor.
VV. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
CITY     OF    NEW
1     ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Services at  11 a. m.  and 7 p.  m.
Sunday school    at    2:30    p.m.    Rev.
James G. Reid, B.A.,   acting    pastor,
will preach at both morning and evening services.    At 11 a.m. special ser-
[ vice for boys and girls, subject, "Sister
; Miriam."   Special singing by the boys'
. choir.   Evening subject,   "A   Saviour
���"**   for All." Rev. Mr. Reid by request will
WESTMINSTER.  8'nB at both services.
Notice   re Bylaw. EAST     BURNABY     METHODIST
Notice Is hereby given that the CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
"Building Bylaw 1910," and the Third avenue, Uurnaby. Rev. Freder-
"Streets and Sidewalks Bylaw 1910," Ick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public wor-
are now in force, and copies of same ship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
may be obtained by parties requiring I school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting,
them at the City Clerk's office. | Tuesday,  7:30  p.  ni.;   choir  practice.
In  future any  ,         ^^^^^
eiect a bull Him   or to   make   altera
person   Intending ^Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
tinis ln buildings must first make application for a permit at the office of
the Building Inspector, City Hall.
VV.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. February 16, 1911.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Sidewalks.
In all cases where new streets are
being opened or where wooden   sidewalks are heing laid, property owners
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday scliool, 10 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.; i
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.   Dundonald school
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
���i   RING UP 56  ������
Before your bin is Empty.
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts.
EGGS!
Green Gut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
Rc lota 14, 15, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
nnd 40, suburban block *>, map 610,
in the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of iiu0 number 10511F, Issued in
the name of James Rosebrough Lawry
Has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,	
nt the expiration of one month from ruary 9, 1911
,,u' 'lute of the first publication hereof,
'J1 ^ dally newspaper published in tho
City or   New Westminster,   Issue   a I
^Plicate of the said certificate, unlesi'
In the ^^
trirnU
Wiring    Inspector.
Applications  addressed   to  the  un
derslgned will be received up to !> p.m
I on Monday, February 20, 1911, for the
I position of Wiring inspector.   The re
numeration to be the chanes for inspection as set out In bylaw.
C. T. SAUNDERS, C. M. C.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C, Feb-
MUNICIPALITY   OF   BURNABY.
Accountant.
C. S. KEITH. I J�� o? Accountant, at a salary of
District Registrar of Titles. P0������� ��'������.,,
>*��a Registry Office, , *150 "er ���f *sArNDERS, C. M. C.
New Westminster, B.C., February 3, i    Munlclpal Hall| Edmonds, B. C, February 9, 1911.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
office 'Pbone lia.     Barn 'Pftone 117
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   !���
any part of Vhu city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM D8POT-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
walks are heing laid, property owuem   >w,u.,  ... .   ,���
are notified that these Improvements house:  Service nt 2 p.m. and Sunday
are only a temporary nature, and tho ��chool at 3 p.m. Rev. Wi Ewart Jones,
grades of such streets and sidewalks pastor.
may be altered at a later date when
permanent work Is done.
W. A. D'NCAN,
C ty Clerk.
City Hall, February 8, 1911.
HOSPITAL
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION ��� Meetings
every Sunday, 630 Fourth street, corner Fourth street and Seventh avenue,
at 3 p. m. Also on Thursdays at 8
p. m.
CHURCH   OF  CHRIST���305    Durham.   Madison Wilght, preacher, Sun-
^ day   services,   11   n.m.   and    7   p.m.
All members ot Royal Lodge No. ��5,|W(fek day service, every day at 8 p.m. I
and visiting brethren are requested to,	
meet in the K. of P. hall, Saturday, | SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHO-
February IS, at 3 p.m., to attend the DIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
funeral of our late brother, Walter | pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Blakeley. Church service at 11 a.m.
L. WITT, C. C.
Knights of Pythias
Attention!
Westminster P.'vat* Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu-
lars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
$23 Hamilton St., or'
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing   Co.
I        Chimney    Sweeping,    Eavetrough
'       Cleaning, Sewer Cc-nnectlng, Cess
pools, Ssptlo Tanks. Etc. Etc
m PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBR
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When contractors
consider quality,
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ANDERSON
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LUSBY
In the county court yesterday morn-. t\ large number of local people
ing Ered Cannon, charged with break-1 went to Vancouver last night to attond
ing into a building at Sapperton with  the   dance   given    by the Vancouver
intent to commit an indictable offence,
elected to take speedy trial. The date
was fixed for March 13.
Six chairs in operation at the Hub
shaving parlors.   No waiting. **
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
kind you want ut the Walsh Sash and
Door Factory. **
A statement of the receipts and ex
Normal school.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Tonight is your last chance to purchase at Gifford's big auction sale.
Don't miss the bargains. **
Arrangements are being made lo
open a four room school at Cloverdale,
the    provincial    government    having
penditures for the Lauder recitals has  promised the necessary appropriation.
just been presented  to the Women's
Educational   club,   under   whose   aus-      No reserve   on    Gifford's
pices the series    was    given.    These   stock.
show a balance of $135 for the treas
ury.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railwav Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay!
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for $3.00.   Phone 413. **
Great bargains at Gifford's auction
i **
sale.
A further cut of 10 per cent, has
been made on all remaining lines on
our bargain tables at Sinclair's Big
Sale.
jewelry
*���
The Ladies' Aid of Queens Avenue
Methodist church is preparing to give
a bean supper in St. George's hall ou
Saturday, the 25th instant.
Davies Gi*een Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 ���*
Miss Rose Cordlngley, of Vancouver,
will sing a't the orchestral concert by
the   New  Westminster  orchestra,  St.
George's   hall,  Mondav,  February   20,
Orchestral concert,  with  solos and >t 8 p m    Admission f.O cents.       **
male choruses, by the New Westmin-
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
NOW IS IHE THE
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New   Westminster,   B   C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed  Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
ster orchestra til. D. Mackness, conductor), St. George's hall, next Monday night. **
A sale like this at Richmonds' store
very seldom occurs. Don't fail to see
some of the bargains. **
Wood! wood! wood! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone   413. **
The funeral of Walter Blakeley, who
died on Thursday morning, will tako
place this afternoon under the auspices of Royal lodge, No. 6, K, of P.
The cortege will leave VV. E. Fales'
undertaking parlors at half past two
o'clock. Interment will be in the
Church of Kngland cemetery.
Don't forget to attend the auction
sale at T. Gilford's jewelry store, dahv
at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. ** "
It will pay you to visit the big sale
at Richmonds; they must vacate in a
few days. **
Shingles, shinales. shingles, any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash and
Door Factory. **
Several cases of smallpox were discovered on Thursday in the Chinese
section of tlie City of Chilliwack and
the whole quarter was placed unde,'
quarantine. The number of Chinamen
in tbe distiict is not more than one
bundled. Fiom all reports tbe epidemic in other parts of the Fiaser valley is rapidly subsiding.
Gifford's auction in full swing.   **
Don't forget that the big sale at
Ri hmonds is now in full swing.   **
The best kiln-dried wood, a three-
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $3.00.   Phone 413.    ��*
Spring goods are coming fast. Sale
must soon close, livery remaining
siioe must go. Specials for tomorrow.
Sinclair's Big Shoe Sale. **
Before the members of the Browning club Miss Burns will give a rental in St. Patrick's hall on tho
evening of February 28. In addition
to numerous readings, Miss Burns will
oblige with a presentation of the play
"Cranford," adapted from Mrs. Gas-
hell's old fashioned story by some of
the members of the club.
Diamonds and high grade watches
at your own price at Gilford's auction. *���
The men who have been selected to
play on the billiard team wbicli  will!
try to wrest the Chamberlin Cup from
Vancouver are requested  to get  busy i
and do some practicing    There   ara
other aspirants for places on the team |
and unless the men selected show ;i
reasonable desire to get  into shape
for the match, it is probable that some
others will be selected.
Why burn up money by burning
coal, when you can get a big three-
horse load of dry wood delivered at
your house one hour after you order It,
for $3.00. Walsh Sash & Door company. **
Miss Rose L. Fritz, the champion
typist of the world, will demonstrate
ut the Modern Business college on
Wednesday afternoon, from three to
four o'clock. Miss Fritz pounds the
keys at a rapid rate, coping 130
words per minute while hol.llng a
conversation on conventional subjects.
She also types while blindfolded, and
gives exhibitions of speeding for half
an hour at a time, making no moro
than two or three minutes In that
period.
The  local  police  chambers  looked
like a good representation of the international tribunal at The Hague yesterday morning when a bunch of Hindus,  Austrians und  Italians  were  up
on the I), and D. charge.   According
to the juiliee evidence, scenes before,
during and after the respective delln-1
quents were captured resembled very
closely a mlnlaure Donnybrook    fair.!
Austria and India added $10 to the city j
funds,  whilst  Sunny  Italy  will  shino
again this morning,   the ^bench   ad-1
journing the    case    in jrareh    Petto
Briinno pleaded not guilty. I
Kvery pair of shoes remaining on
our bargain tables must go before
our sale clbses. We won't consider
the cost price.   Sinclair'. Tilg Sale. **
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Mavius and two sons desire to
return thanks for the many kindnesses
I received from friends during their recent bereavement.
We are in the market for logs for
making shingles. Walsh Sash and
Door factory.   Phone 413. **
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCEDITO
$1.75
PER SACK
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
OUR ANNUAL
Whitewear Sale
AN IMPORTANT FEATURE OF
THE BIG ALTERATION SALE
Handicapped through lack of counter space and window displays, we have been unable to give muol
prominence to the new showing of Whitewear.   Today we announce sale prices attractively i,
will find the various lines opened out In the Keady-to-Wear Section.     -.
You
White Cambric Nightgowns
$1.25 and $1.75
Women's Night Gowns, slip over style with band of embroidery and
wash ribbon run through beading, short sleeves with embroidery edging, all sizes.   Two special linos.   Kach $1-25 and $1.75
White Cambric Underskirts
$1.25 and $1.75 each
Again we group various lines making two extraordinary offerings fo."
Friday and Saturday selling. Skirts are full with deep flounces of embroidery and tucking, also dust ruffle underneath. Specially priced
Friday and Saturday.    Kach $1-25 and *1-75
Attractive values in corset covers
Fine Cambric Corset Covers, 50c. each
Fine soft Cambric, nicely trimmed with embroidery and matched Inaer-
tion in which is set ribbon drawstring. All sizes. Several nice styles
grouped into one special lot.    l-'riday and Saturday, each  5��c
Allover embroidery corset covers
75c. and 95c. each
At these prices are some of the most attractive corset covers show,]
this spring. The illustration indicates the style, made of allover embroidery, fastening under arm, suitable for wearing under fine muslin
waists.    Two Bpeclal values for Friday and Saturday. Kach 75c and 95c
"Shirr Ruffle
Corset Covers
each, $1.50
A corset cover made to fit
_ the figure, with Inside frills
into wliich Is run a draw.
string to be removed when
cover is laundered, permanently retains its Bhape; can
be worn instead of ordinary
corset cover. Suitable for
slight figures. Sizes ::t to
38. Special price, eai h $1.50
White Cambric
Drawers, 35c.
per pair
Open or closed drawi
tucked edging, per pair   35c
Embroidery Remnants
Hundreds of ends of Swiss, Cambric, Nainsook, and Muslin embroideries and insertions in lengths, ranging from one to six yards. Sec tin-
showing Friday and Saturday.
Fine Cambric
Drawers, two special
lines,  75c.  and 95c.
per pair
Fine cambric drawers, with
tine Swiss and Nainsook em-
i raider]      trimmings,    per
pair 75c and 95c
Wide, Umbrella
Shaped Drawers,
$1.25 and $2.25
per pair
Made with Bounce of cambric, edge with embroidery.
No fullness round hips.  Two
lines,  pair  $1-25 and $2.25
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tue
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island. a';o li
Porto Rico, Trinidad, ha mas,
NEW YORK and L< DON,
KNGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns anil
Cities In the World.
These   excellent   connectionb
afTord every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
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FRUIT AND POULTRY RANCHES !
CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
Unusual circumstances enable us to offer five five-acre blocks at a
price below tbe market value. These blocks are located ln the most
fertile belt of bench land ln Surrey. They are clnre to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make first-class fruit and poultry ranches.
Clearing light, soil rich and de:p.
Price, $125.00 per acre
Adjoining blocks $150 per acre. Terms, one-quarter cash;   balance  in
three payments.
'���'.    NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, C:20, 6:50, 7:20,8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  G,  7,  8  and every ball
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS SCHEDULE:
Express cars leave  New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a, nr, ll:-'
a. m., and 3:20 p. m.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City. ���,
20-mlnute service from 5:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   m.     Sunday���20-mUHiw
service  from  8  a.  m.   until   11:20  p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute sorvlco from 6:10 a. m. until  11:3.   p. m.     Sjndj5-^n,I1!l��'
service fiom 8:10 a. ro. until   ll:30p. m.
-ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER   BR*NC.!.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K nnd every hour W
a-tter up to 11 p. m., connecting at Khurne Junction for Steveston
_ SUNDAY    SERVICE: . ..
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every nan
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 0 a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
P. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Vancouver
Victoria
Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove
Are You Aware
that electric power ls available from our mains, which now m1''1111'
In addition to branch mains���from the west end ol the city ft1""*
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Brunew
street to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   of ��"r
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications for electric power service mav bo made at the co
pany's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office, Vancouu
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C Electric Railway Co'y, Uf
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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