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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make   $5   Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
yoi.i'
NUMBER  311
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.
C., I'Klii.  V MORNING, FEBRUARY lo, 1911.
PRICK  FIVE  CENTS.
PETITIONS PROTEST
AGAINST VACCINATION
Volunteers Who do Not Believe In Vaccine Work
Hard Against Order.
ANNUAL MEETING OE
IT. A. & I. TONIGHT
Matters of Great Importance
Are to be Discussed When
Delegates Meet.
anti-vaccination      movement:    Delegates from    all    parts of   tbe
e growing stronger in   the   province   will   be   'f.oy  todaj   to    at-
ough nu organization   of|t���en.d the annual meeting of ithe R. A.
lep
,     . _ ...   ,,       .   \& I. society which takes niece in the
auy kind ha* been formed with the ob   ,,,.  ,   .���,,.- , ; '���'
"���' "'��� objecting to    the  Um, ht boiociock
'2 rcldDb��y 5Sad?y��V'au-     " is expected to be one of the   bes,
11 lb        ...  ,,.,,,  ,,..,,  .  "on for this year the directors  musl
is,11   be  taken   betoie   ,.,,   ,.,1,,,1/;,!��� ���  ���   ���,.   ^.^   _,   ^
Vancouver exhibition, Bomethin;
which has only Bprung Into existence
I duiing the past year,
u Theie are manj mattei s to be d.a
cussed and it is more th n probabli
thai the deputation which went t .
Victoria a tew weeks ago to ask government  assistance   Mill   have  some-
_-   , .   , ,    .u   _��� ,   thing encouraging to report.
,lsl8 are being circulated In the real-      ,, is aIfJ0     ,,,.,���,,. ,h.u lnt      ,
dential districts, but a couplewereln be ..,,,,_, to ,h(. ^^ from fl d|_.
men
. ,,i volunteers are clrculat-(
tor signatmes protestinj
ompulsory vaccination.
,    , ing largely signed   and
'.,', ,,      . .  later as    evidence    tbal
ulation   as   a   pre,.,,
uu- agalnsl smallpox is far from meel
with ii ibllc approval.   Most of tbe
ciissiun of certain charges made
one of the candidates for mayor
the recent chic election.
ILLNESS OF KAISER
CAUSE OF UNEASINESS
ROVINCIAL
imilS
BY PRICE El
iZslimated Revenue of B. C. Government for Year Ending
March 31, 1912, is $3,192,0G0.--Expenditure Fixed at
$12,106,597.--$355,000 for Coquitlam Asylum Farm.
Victoria, Feb. 9.���The estimates for
ib* government year ending March Sl,
v,��:e breugbt Into the house today by
the minister of fin im ���-, Hon. Pi Ic -
Rlllson, wbo will deliver his bu Iget
B] eech on Monda
The estlmati d rei enue for the ye n
Is f8,192,000, as against $;,ot)0.ooo las;
ot a chief constable BtaUoned al
Vancouver, two senior con tables and
ten oi dinai j constat) ���
One of the largest single estimated
ex] endiluii b is to be on tin grounds
and houses al the new asylum farm
I at Cociuitlam. Poi tbe pushing forward of this worl, .? ! 5,0i 0 has been
piui ided
fntown section yesterday aftei
,  ,  :, ing practically plastered
.mes.
st0Ch  arguments   for   and   against
tion aie the order ot the day
.    ists are produced.
���>n 0rdi i calling for compulsory vaccination on ibis coast was enforced In
. p smallpox outbreak, thrcat-
I ... i   mainland.    Headman s
ouver,  was   then   used   as
...   larantlm Btatlon.
Although    when    the    matter    was
,   ently before the trades
ouncil that  body   it-fuse!
,,:   ..  ord as opposing compul-
was evident thai  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
... ,   .      trong sentiment against It. 	
: ,   itiOn    to   plOleS!    agalnSi
re   was  lost   by   only  two      Berlin, Feb. 9.���Cancellation of the
,,       ,    .,    ii,   elaborate military ceremony arranged
vhere in ihe city are du-
i ibjecl    ami    although  tor today at   Potsdam  in   conm   tlon
be a slight majoritj ol   with  the installation  of  Prince   Joa-
In   la.or   oi   vaccination,   ,.),im :l_  an officer of the first    Foot-
there are many influential and Intelli-   guard8   annouDced.  today   because  of
is   '-.;;'_.""".  tm   .gtiiuai   -;.,'���'"'   iubi i*t ,,,���.,,,.
yi ir, and the expenditure estimated i  I    Provision Is made for the appoint
$12,106,597, an    gainst  a little    over ment of a provincial sanitarj Inspect.)''
>.. .ei"! lasl year. at a salary of *17I per month,   and
For expenditure on public works the for the appointment of an Inspectoi oi
sum ot  $5,007,990 lias been  provided, trusl companies at $1920 per year.
The annual allowance to the premier      For Improving the roads In    Poinl
has  been  Increased  from    $1000    to Grey and for simlar improvements in
$2000 and the salaries ol tlie minister., Richmond, it is estimated that $172,0i 0
baie been raised from $5000 to $6000. will be spent.
Thiny-six  hundred dollars is    pro-     The clearing of the universltj
vided for a salary for the cbiel  eng - at   Point   Grey  will  cost   $35,000
neer of the new department of    iai!- $5000 more lias in en provided for corn-
ways, and $2400 for a deputy minister petltive plans for uie university build-
of public works. ings.
For the  policing of the Vancouver-      The  items   given  above  are  a   few
New  Westminster  district.  $12,576  is of the more Important    expenditures
set aside.    This  includ<��Vtho salaries contemplated  for the lower mainland
TOOL FACTORY TO
BUILD ACROSS RIVER
[R TRADE NOT
HURT BY RECIPROCITY
Drop Forge Manufacturing! J- 0. Cameron Gives Interest-
Concern Will Put up Plant
Employing Over 100 Men
Xew Westminster will somi be abb
in boas! of another in '.usu:.. a tool
factory, the only one of iis kind wes:
of Chicago,
li. F. Dowd, repn sentlng eastern
and B. C. capital, was in the city yes
terday, and secured an opti m on a
valuable site across the river, nol fai
from the bridge,
i he companj. which will procee I
almost at ome with the construction
of three large building a, will lie known
as the Drop Forge M inufactuiing company and it will turn out all kinds ol
car; enters' and other tools
'1 he amount of money to I e lnv�� ste 1
I at  the  start   i.s  about     $125,000,    and
:ind i when the i hint    is running    at    full
capacity, over one hundred men will
be employed.
ing Views on Canada-U. S.
Agreement.
sit
Elaborate   Military  Ceremony  at  Potsdam Cancelled Owing to III  Health
of   Wilhelm.
MISSING HEIRESS       IDUFRESNE S^S NEED
MAY BE IN VANCOUVER OF RIVER IMPROVEMENT
         i	
Miss Arnold, of New York, j Dominion Government   En-
Believed to Have Moved
From Bellingham to B. C.
__________________________
That he was greatly impressed with j elected to till the vacancy,
the immediate necessity of proceeding      The following is the    new    board:
I with the construction of the proposed  President, W. J.  Walker,   lirst    vice-
river improvements al  the mouth of  president. Owen Morris; Becond vice-
Victoria, Feb. 9.���J. O. Cameron, ot
' ������ i ameron Lumbi r com] an , s
In to a reporter todaj. gai e his \ i >.**, s
con ' rnlng the propose.i reciprocity
agn emeni bei ween the Canadian and
I i.iu d i ates goi ei nments. 11 ��� said.
"I would not undei lake to discusd
tin probi ble effeel of the adoption of
the agreement on all the different
lini - ol in lustrj in i'.r.i sli Col im lia. I
am engaged in the lumber manufac-
t io Ing Industry and l ba\ e gh en the
matter considerable thought, in so fa '
t as the agreement seems to hat e anj
bearing on my particular business.
During the past few days. Bince th-
publication ol the terms of the agreement, I had heard and read many conflicting statements regarding Its provisions and the effect its adopt! in will
have upon the development and prosperity of Hritish Columbia, so much
so that I took the first opportunity u>
procure an extra copy of the propose I
document.
"On reading this carefully 1 wact
surprised to find nothing therein whicn
'seemed to justify the often-reiterated
statements which 1 had read in Bome
of the papers and heard spoken by
men. supposedly well informed ou pub-
  llie  questions,  to  the  effect   that  ib>-
I adoption  of   the  proposed   agreement
J. Walker Succeeds Dr. Manchester   would be detrimental to the lumbering
interests of this province.
"In the belief that 1 had overlooked
some  hidden   section  or  missed  some
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .obscure meaning-covering tne point .1
  went hack lo the beginning and  real
.through    the    whole    document    most
At the second annual   meeting   of  car���fUny    .up the result that   l bav3
the  Peoples Trust  Co..  Ltd., held on   come  to  the conclusion that  there  i.i
February t;, a new board of directors  uot ,me 8ingie iine or provision there-
can affect.  Injuriously, thu
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ...���..,��.   ,.���d  timher
president  for   lhe   past  year,   retired  ada      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Under  the  present   tariff  laws  o!
Canada all lumber wllich has nol     ���     I
PEOPLES TRUST COMPANY
ELECTS NEW DIRECTORS
w.
as  President���Successful  Year's
Business Is Reported.
gineer Recognizes Neces
sity of Deepening Channel wa�� el��ct,��d-      , .   .    .     im which
1 �� Dr. Q. M   Manchester, who has been   )um)iei.   ,,n
; oresldent   for   the   past  year,   retired  ailn
Interests of Can-
further manufactured than planed on
one Bide is admitted into the country
duty free.   You will notice, therefore,
WOULD   PETITION    POPE
FOR   TWO   LANGUAGES
WOULD   CLOSE   ALL
SALOONS   AT   6 O'CLOCK
his  way
mysterj
Windsor, Oat .   Fob. '������������A   pe'ition
v        .,  .  .-.,   i ears scleral   hundred
s     tures, Is in circulation In the city
tbe po| e to grant a de-
whii ii will make it obligatory for
I  ,���:.. I,   and   English    laa-
, ; hi in tlie  parochial
Windsor,
Futhei  J   P. Downey, of   Im-
, tlon church, In whose
movement is said to have
originated, has declared the   petition
enl  to Rome without  the
ess permission trom His Lordship
p Fallon,    \s a result of   the
breal     etween    i ertaln     prominent
French-Canadians in ibis country and
the bishop an attempt to carry the ap
ovei  his head may be made.
ACTOR
Kentucky
pian   Couldn't  Play.
Tacoma, Feb. 9.���Saloon men are today excitedly discussing Mayor Faw-
cett's latest onslaughl against the
lbiuor interests of ibis city nnd the
campaign tor the mayors recall, which
hns   been   in    progress    for    several
weeks, is now expected to take on re-   	
uewed activity.    The perturbation ol  mance was marked bj
the)     As already reported    Mr. Dufresne,  den, \y. E. Fales. C. A. Welsh. F.  ('
.since coming to the coast a week or  Oook, A. W.  Mci.eod. of Westminster,
  I so ago. has thoroughly examined   all a, smith, of Ladner,    K. Larsen,   of
BFRiik-rn tTiincuTc Ithe Qavl6atloD problems on the coast Annieville, J. B. Martin, of Vancouver.
KtbUKtj biuufcNTS iami [aland towns, spending more time and D, S. Rashlelgh, of Westminster.
��� IIn a thorough   examination    of    the|    Wilson   &   Wilson,   of   Vancouver.
E .,"���    Seeking    Father    Is   |.-niser than he did at any
Toronto. Fejj. P.���lt was the annual
li is not known whether or not  Mi
Dufresne's   visit   was   the  outcome  of
or had anything to do with the recen
ill        a,*        ,,,\. \\ jic..,ii       .x .. ...	
other point. [ were appointed auditors.
per eent. ad valorem Under tho
present tariff laws of the l'nited
States, 'sawed boards, planks deals
and other lumber not further manufactured than sawed.' going Into that
���ountry from Biitish Columbia, mus;
pay a duty of fi 26 per thousand feet,
from which the rate of duty continues
to increase according to H;l amount oi"
The annual reporl  showed  thai  th     ^	
instil ution   had   made   great   grogress  Messing done on the lumber until the
during the past year and the members ^^^^���
Toronto   Feh   9.���it was the annum i or had anytmng n> uo wiu mc i��vo��.��� during m<.- i����> .���*.*. ���     '^  gum of J2.76  per  M.  is collected  oo
university' theatre night at the Royal Fraser river deputation to Ottawa, bui   present expressed themselves as wen g(oi,k dreMod on ,,,���.. ^u^    shingles
Alexandra  last   night, and  the perfot- | it   is  thought  to be a  direct resull  of   pleased with_ the senson swiirK.    ^    ^   >r#  (.,Kl|.,.l< ,   .-���   ,.,.,,|s   ,���,,.    thousand
very
amount   of  disorderly  conduct.
the saloonists Is a result  of the int ro
ductlon  by   Mayor  Fawcett  at  yester
day's council session of an   ordinance ,_.
providing   for   lhe   closing   of   all    sa-  and the strain of a cowbell
loons at G p. in, except on Saturdays.
when   ihey   musl   remain   open   until
ten o'clock.
,^  ^^^^^^__..  senson's      ^^^^^^
great thai deputation Secretary lloulton, In speaking to a       , ,   	
Thel    of course Mr. Dufresne. being a ser-1 News representative yesterday, stated ��1"1,1'1"1 -" cents.
'" that the companv was contemplating ,  "' ''���  tovernmenl   reportt   tor  the
the opening of ., 'branch  in  Sapperton.   Ii,}"   **���<*���  ��.��* s'"'^  ",:"  Canada ex
although the move had not definitely  ���'.""���<l '" ' ','' ' ''���."���,l 'V,I,",,M1 '"*-"' '"*������'
< thousand million feel ol lumber, seven
CHILD   DIES   IN   FIELD   FIRE.
Kent
Is
ntuck    Babe    Seeking     Father
V Caucjht in Blazing Sag*.
Gla gow, Kv, Feh.   y.���Tbe   three-
jeai mid of .lohn l'rewiti, a 1'roni-
Inenl farmer, was burned W dea^h in
'' father's Beld. 'flic fatliGi' was
1 : ���'���!��������� I 'ooiii sage when the child
'*"'""���' ��� I u io the Held and was
hemmed In by the lire. The mother
��� ti told of the accident and
Qdltion is critical.
GOTHAM TO CURB
FIREARMS SALES
���IMI"      .li- aJl H..      .. .    ,.v     .	
theatre was filled with class yells andjvant of the government, may not act
paper  ribbons,  confetti,  beans,  darts,  on his own authority, but  (here is no
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ question that the recommendations he	
This  lasted during the whole even-j makes at Ottawa, alter having person- ! i~lt,t,��� decided on
inn.    The situation became so Intense   ally   inspected  the   work   to  be  done, | 	
thai Edward Terry, who was playing will have great weight in deciding the
���The Magistrate." was constrained to' government on any course to be pur-
protest. He had played before stu- sued regarding the Improvement of the
dents in many  parts of tlle world, he   river,
said, and nowhere had he been con-j According to Mayor Lee he was in
fronted with such disorder as hero, entire accord with the suggestions ear-
After Mr. Terry's protest and aftei rled back to Ottawa hy the deputation,
Presldenl Falconer had upbraided the'both as tg the necessity and the value
Students and  urged them not to bring  of the work.      i
dishonor on their university, things' Mr. Dufresne will not leave for the
qui ted  down 'cast   for  a   few  days   yet.  as  he  has
BOWSER HAS BILL TO
REGULATE INSURANT
i
In^i-in-o Tn T-Tnvm'rMrloa   Tc A   I     "on, J. *\. Clibson,  licutenant-govef-' some departmental business to attend
inUtdat Ul ITUllllLlUtb   tij ft'.lior of Ontario, whom tbe occupants of  to.
larming   Authorities-Six
Violent Deaths Daily.
the   "gods"    cheered    and    hailed    as.
"C.ood Old .limmlo," minded the dlsor-, EXPRESS DRIVERS IN
der not at all and even went so far as
to stand up for the creators of it.
Do was a student once himself and
JERSEY   CITY   STRIKE
New York, Feb. 0.���Jersey City to
ITALY AND AUSTRIA
MAK UA5H VERT SOON
r'	
Statesmen   Admit that   Situation     Be-
twcen Two Countries Is Getting
v- Dangerously Strained.
New York, Feb. 9.���In  New-   York I Tu"" (. ;
Citj  there is an average of more 11 mu I        '    b '
six violent deaths every ilay, according to the annual report Issuer by the
i oi oner's office. According to the figures, the toiai number of deaths from
declared   that   pt.  was   enjoying   the  day    bas an express   li    '��    s    Ite
show in the "gods" as much as that on .This time, however, the a^necuon is
1 confined to 300 employees of the u e U
STONE & WEBSTER
TO PAY BACK TAXES
Tacoma, Feb.
���A  settlement    of
all causes reported to t^coronerj oN i ^ -^jjjj^ - collti-oversles   bei ween
K'��^
Of this number llMe.ce"county and the Btone * Web-
Fargo company, and there Is little Indication that lt will spread. Discrimination against leaders in tbe general
strike last fall is raid by lhe men to
be their grievance.
Champ   Clark    Improves.
Washington   Feb. !���-Champ Clark,
Companies Doing Business
In B. C. Asked to Deposit
$30,000 In Treasury.
Victoria, Feb. 9.���Bowser's bill tor
the regulation ol Insurance companies
doing business iii ib.e province passed
its second reading In the house today.
Tlie  bill  requires  all    i uts'de    com
panics doing business I I pay an annual
' license of i'2'i and to make n deposit of
|30,000 in the provincial treasury.
Those insuring in companies which
I have not complied with the law may
insure by correspondence, bul in that
' case they must pay to the provincial
treasury a tax aniomtlug to two   per
hundred and twenty mlllljon huh, seven hundred nnd sixty million shingles,
besides pickets, staves, poles, posts,
etc., of tiie money value of over ono
million dollar.'.-.
"i have made a summary if iiii��
lumber exports from  Canada  t<> tin?
l'nited States, as shown by govern
ment reports for the last iiseui year,
showing the following resultsi Total
exports of lumber, lath and shingles
value, $28,470,000; duty thereon collected by V. S., 11,940,000.
"All ef this vast duly was paid bj
Ihe Canadian operators. Thai is to
suy they would have gotten Just an
much for the goods bad there been
no duty as was obtained after they hail
paid the duty.
"We at tbe present moment  have a
"       (ConUnued on Cage IIvs.]
i4g3 persons
manner.
ime paraprnph of the rei
"The increase
BBBBss^BB*   ferencc  between .^^^
iort reads-  and representatives of the traction In
of homicide by shoot- ��� terests In tho court house this morn
"ine iiint-uaw w.	
ing Indicates the urgent  necessity of
proper  authorities  taking ����v
Rome, Feb. 9,- War between Italy
,UI l Austria, which wus recently pre-
(li"'il us Inevitable by Admiral Chi-
rnrl, oi iln. Austrian navy, is admitted
todaj bj Italian statesmen to be near.
b
as io,'- tlie regulation of the
tin
measures nn   im.- ....      ^^^^^^^
discriminate sale and carrying of firearms
,.iv oi -ns-   The text nf the agreement will
severe ' not hc made public until tomorrow  hut
in.1 it Involves the payment of more than
^connection with homicides for the
year. II  is shown that there weie 108
ij uy uauiin statesmen io ue uwu-. homicides by shooting, nn lncr*���*��
official circles the outlook ls    re-  fol.,v-eight over 1909.   Out oMWJJWW-
Bwded    with    uneasiness,    but    the  nlne persons arrested   for   nomi   ue,
l:"",   people-generally   regard the thirty-eight    were    American    do���,
'," ntry  as  more  than    a  match    for   twent.-tW0   were   Italians,   anu    nine
Austria, and are determined to force  Chinese.	
"'  Rovernmenl Into a conflict to re-. ���
cover the Italian provinces now under .,���,..,
A��Btrian rule. ' DA,Z  REFUS     OFFER  or  FERRIS !
On paper the strength of the   two   i
Jftuies is about eqOal, but the Italians o_Tn an  offl-
'' -   e their forces are the better or-      San Francisco     eh   ^In ^ n   OBI
l;"' "I     on the i en Italy  Is   easily ', cial message   deadheaded
$260,000 In hack taxes by the Stone &
Webster Interests.
Of this amount, $211,000 will be paid
by the Interiirhan corporation and the
slightly improved today lrom the at-1    F   f   MacKensle's  bill   to  r..ui..��,
tack of rheumatism   that  yesterday the BttU. o1 habiMormlng drugs also
drove  him to hls bed.    I lark is tho d , )d       dln*
third member of the ways and means      The g ^* ^ ft-   reciprocity Hues
committee   o be forced by illness t0lUon wa| ;lUowt>a to stlimt ovei,
absent  him Bel I  trom  the healings oa	
the Canadian reciprocity agreement. M church;  Home Burn..
Mayor  Resigns Tlu'oma'    Peb"    !'-W"^    August.
LOROS PREPARE TO FHiHT
CREATION OF NEW PEERS
Austen   Chamberlain   declares   Upper
House  Will   Surely  Vote   Down   /
Commons'  Proposals.      , .
London, Fib, 9, -Announcer ent hy
Austen Chamberlain, who, next ti��
Former Premier Balfour, is the moat.
Tacoma,     cou, <**���_***     .��-��.-      R-oruwr  riwui  ,.
Stein and bis family  '..ere at PW��    jnn,���ntial   man  in tbe    l .mn ���    .       -
feting   last   nig.;,    their   new   |30�����| lodsy mah.S It Cfdn   thai tto
.,,   ,.,,   .    . ���     ...       ,,i,������   Wnali    Feb   0.���Because   meeting   last   ni^1"    Mini    """    .--���    ' niriy, tuusy ���"���"��" ������ ,        ,_     *,.
remainder by tbe local street car Sys-,    WjgMJjJ Jjgl* ��� tofiSES* W VhlCh they  bad    l|��t ���?,������,, oi  Lord.  I.  .��;��   ^  ' ��J-
ten. ,       ,     , ,     ,'    e,^. ewe   Inspector. Mayor Halbert. I moved, bu.ne,-; tQ the ground.    They | .^ m^ abolishing itself by mers
it is understood that the demands of L"V,A-��;Le,taa quit his job ��"���! ���* - ****** ~ *���*- ���-'*�������������" ��toi
tis no mayor today
�� - -7'- J   p ,- ,nd fromirWeu^cVe:Ta��^U^i.J0h and  ^V'flre ��1h7 kitchen ^J__-\*M, and that a big light will be ou
Puyallup for a lower fare to and fiom , "r,  N ( h     hn  -'- '    ������-���-    -
Tacoma were not taken up. Wcnnunec na
II:..
nf
It
stronger ' Igovernment telegraph wires, WJjjjJJI
The on.v'drem, ���a,y basils   that Ur.lr.o Dlas, of ""JaJXSSSj
p.,,,,,,,, ,���������.,,,���'��� U)    heip tho  tottirnover Lower    alii    niato^K,
Emperor   Franz   Josef.     Qermany-s ard Ferris, of i.os Angeles,   i   a�� o
1 '   '     With  Auslria. il   is pointed out.   accept   your  V^^^mT^I
oi     calls for active aid in the event energetically," the "M^JgJ/    J
ision "from th.  ens, ward," but      r.ulis.nayed   bj   Dia��s.ier .sal   to,
'       fearod that    should   the   clash  cede to him about wMg. of   th  ,
1     '   the Kaiser would he hard to re-   Mexican   repuhlic,   ^^^^��S
Wn.    Italy   hones,   however,   that  President   Diaz   a    secon..    message
FISCAL REFORM DEFEATED*
Loftdon, Feb. 9��-Wtoat0l\ Churchill's amend-
ment; to the address in reply to the speech lrom the
throne, urging fiscal reiorm, was defeated in the
house of commons today, the vote standing 324 to
222. The laborites and nationalists voted with the
government. ^^^^^^^^-^
ten a nre *xn uie uiw��. .,*������
which *.h8 jflod 80me Kimtiin* wood.'��"'�����'��. ��"' **
I  _ ts bemved the latter became lgnlt- j,n ��h�� "ew ^^-
'ed.   Th* Whole lower floor Was ahla- L"^^    ��r,   ,e    ^tl-Lords    bill,
bete* the llatnes were    noticed    by  C.f��� ,e,,!,i \n".A;. ���   ,   , ,.     U>J
u��lRKbors.   Tbe stein, returned home ,   l\ is >'��th nkahle that the Howot
t^Tind their home a mass of charred  Lords ���h1n��ld voluntarily consent   to
,.,,,_ tass such u measure and it would b.*.
m*)0T*i-~^a*a\_______^_^ luacoistltutiniial for the adinlntstratUmi
������.i_ft advise the creation of the 300 P^BS��
^  Austen  Oharitlur
g^-^^^^^^^    ^^^ -^^^^^^^ London Daily >uws,
Washlnglon, Feb. 9.���A mon-   ��� the Liberal organ, "may dwell iln  a
petition   asking   for tbe   ���' fog and feed on Illusions.   There aro
opening   ot a   postal   savings   ��� so Illusions about the administration.
hank at Fairbanks, Alaska, was   ��� if the Lerds tall In tlieir   ��oty,   tke
received here today.   The peti-   ��� administration will treats the   new
 .���     �� peers aid th* M>ti-L��rit MIT wlH  W-
��� come a law.  That It aa cer��ut��.ae the
i ' '       *,*.*,���  ���
!������������������������������������������ ��� ���needed to pass it"
!��� *>\    "Th%  Lords, like  A
1* Monster Petition. ��� lain," replied the Lorn
A **-* t.lh��ral organ, "t
ster
rPCf-l \ * 'U    licit   ******���w*r ��� Z
tion was twenty-four feet losg.
M;^# ������������������*������������ ���������rising of tM��m^
fgland might take u hand
asking him to reconsider. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
10,
1911
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SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
FOR one week only, small house on
hi_ lot. cleared and cultivated, within city; $950, f-ltui casli.
IVANTED ��� GIRL   FOR   GENERAL
house work.    Apply 403 St. George I
.   street.
SAPPERTON, off Richmond street,
block of eight lots, partly slashed.
each    50x100;     .2600.    See    us for
terms.
WANTED  ���  TWO
brl Ige   carpenters.
Hi others.
OR      THREE
Apply    Gilley
WANTED���AT ONCE A FURNISHED
cottage fully modern;  central:    no
children; references.   Box K., Daily I
Xews office.
READL made home off Second
Btreet, modern four roomed house on
50x100 lot, cleared and level; alley
at hack; $1850, cash $400, balance
easy.
WANTKD TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Koyal
avenue.    Apply Box Q., Daily  .News.
MATSQUI,  right on  B. C
constructed wagon road,
cleared  and  plained
fruit  trees
E.  R.    and
13 acres all
with   bearing
comfortable  house and
outbuildings; $350 per acre.   Terms.
TO    LKT���    LARGE    FRONT    BED-
room suitable  for two    gentlemen.
Bath.    Apply  219    Mowat  streel,    off
Queens avenue,  west end.
WANTEW���AT  THE WALSH  SASH
and Door factory, shingle    sawyers.!
Apply at once. 	
���WANTED���NICE GIRL TO TAKE
cue of two children afternoons from
oi-.e to six. Apply 4S Royal avenue.
Apply during morning.
FIFTY acres at mouth of Pitt river,
opposite St. Mary's Hill; one-quarter
mile deep waterfront. See us for
s; ecial rates.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Renl   Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.      646 Columbia St.
His Old Age Made
Free From Suffering
BY GIN  PILLS
Annapolis, n.S
"I am over So years of age and have
been suffering with Kidney anil Bladder
Tnmble lor Iifteen years. 1 took doctors'
medicine but got no help. I want to
thank vou for sending uie tbe sample
box of GIN PILLS.
I have taken six boxes of OTN PILLS
altogether but got relief before I bad
taken near that amount. I Had to get
up some nights every fifteen minutes
ami had to use au instrument before I
could urinate.
Now, I can lie in bed four or five hours
without getting up. I can say that GIN
TILLS have nearly cured ine and 1 shall
always keep a box iu the house."
W. II. 1'IKRCB.
Do as Mr. Tierce did -write us for
free sample box of GIN PILLS and see
for yourself just how much they will do
for you,���then buy the regular size boxes
at your dealer's���50c, or 6 for $2.50.
GIN PILLS are sold with a positive
guarantee of money back if tbey fail to
give prompt relief. National Drug and
Chemical Co., Dept.  B.C.. Toronto.   51
WOMEM WORKERS
INCREASE IN FRANCE
Number Has Nearly Doubled
In the Last Forty Years-
Interesting Statistics.
I'aris. F
WANTED���YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
the  real estate and  insurance  business.    Apply 620 Columbia sireet.
WORK.
Twelfth
BLACKSMITH WANTS
Rough or line. Apply 111
street, city.
WANTED���WE    HAVE    TWO    CLI-
ents who wish, to purchase live or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, if'"'1'1' cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 680,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
WANTKD ��� LADY WISHES WORK      10:30-
by the day.   Serve tea in evening o:-1 siz.
care for children. Apply M. P., News
office.
Arrivals.
-From   Yancouver
and  Agas-
Kootena
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 homo
1 ir residence, rem 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. 8365), or 613 Columbia
street New Westminster. Tel
687.   Open evenings till '.' p.m.
12:10���From     Montreal
nnd Okanagan.    (No. 97).
17:05���From Vancouver
19:20���From Vancouver
Mission.
22:50���From Winnipeg
(No. II.
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,   Seattle
cola and Winnipeg,
11-on���To  Vancouver.    (No. 97).
15:55���To Okanagan, Kootenay andj
Montreal   (No   96).
17:50���To Agassiz ar.d Vancouvei
21;4o���To Vancouver.    (No. 1).
(No. 96). j
, t'eattle and |
and    Nicola. .
Ni-
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
IS 1.6 ST AND ARD
READY  FOR USE.
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making soap, sof tenlng water,
removing old paint, disinfecting
sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
equals 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE
S.W.GiLLETT.OMPANVl
.TO RONTO. ONT.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms: good references.
Apply hox 8, News office.
WANTKD ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with btiildin. s, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. f>2 Hastings street east.
H. W. DRODIK, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New Westminster
TO  RENT.
TO   LET   --   COMFORTABLE   BED-
room tor one or two gentlemen:
halt block from city car line. 417
Fourth street.
FOR  SALE.
FOK SALE���TWO AUTOS, ONE TO
seat five and the other seven passengers. Will be put up for auction
without reserve at the market
square on Friday morning. Josep 1
Travers, auctioneer.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
6. C. Coast Service
FOR SALE-
street, bu
joh, or ci 1
-HOUSE, 428 ELEVENTH
t  for owner.    Enquire o'l
at 406 Eleventh street.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow Louse. In very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
���street. City.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New-
Westminster, B. C.
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:Ou a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m   Daily
TO  SEATTLE.
10:00 a. in   Daily
11:30 p. m   Daily
SS.   Iroquois    Sunday    nights   and
Tuesday mornings.
TO  NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COWIOX.
5:00 p. m Every Monday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT AND ALASKA
11:00 p. m Feb. 4, IS.
TO  QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
j 11:00   p.   m	
Jan. 31, Feb. 14, 28,
TO   HARDY   BAY    LOGGING   CAMP
i   8'���'���'���" a. m Every Thursday
I   WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
I S a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
LOST.
LOST^SUSTOF MONEY IN A PINK
envelope. Somewhere hetween Royal
avenue and Second avenue. Finder
please return to Daily News office
and obtain reward.
Westm 1 t-sr
Transfer Co.
Office 'Pbone 115.
Columbia
Barn 'Phone 117
Street-
Something New in
Floor Wax
The easiest way to
finish  a  floor  is  to
catur. '.3 p. soft cloth
with Columbus Liquid Was and apply
ightly to the floor,
let it dry for about
fifteen   minutes,
.r,/ 7  and  bring to a
[WW/ /   polish by 1 i gh t
'���I \-wtrfi'' ' '      r u b b i n g with a
'Y,< '' 's soft cloth.
No brash to push ��� no work ��� no
backache. Resists heel-ra arks,
scratching, and water will not turn it
white. Goes farther and lasts longer
than any paste wax. Try it! lie
sure to ask for ths genuine
Tbe Easiest Applied Floor Finish
Sold by
'\'b. 0. - Seme remarkable Qg-
ures regarding female labor in France
are  tabulated  in  the  census  lor   1906,
which has just heen compiled.    In lh 1
lasi forty years the number of women
wage-earners has nearly doubled,    in
that linic the figures bave risen from
about 4,500,000 female workers to 7,-
] 750.000. This is a (IT* per cent, increase,
whereas the percentage   of   increase
I among male workers was only  24  per
cent., the figures being formerly 10,-
I M10.lion, as against   the  1906  total    of
i 1:1,000, nun.
11 i. shown thai in 1906 the "active
j population" of the country, thai is to
say, excluding children, women having
no occupation Bave that of housewife,
and all persons living Boleb  on    un-
t earned   incomes,   pensions,  etc.,  nuiii-
! bered 20,750,  souls, of whom    less
!lhan   two-thirds   were   men   and   more
than one third  weie  women.    Agrlcui-
i tural  pursuit  accounted  for B,E ,00 1
j men    an 1     nearly     3,500,000     women
j Nearly   1,750,000 men and  nearly  300,- I
' women were engagi d in the liberal
professions    and    public    sen ices.      in
I the domestic sen ices the women outnumbered the men in a proportion ol
770,000 to 170,  j
The totals show the working popula ;
i linn is made up of 39 per cent, women
to 61 ] er c< nt. men.   The total numbei j
1 ol worki is has ri8i 11 from 15, ,l t ,
, 20,750,   in  tony  yi ai b,  the propor
! tlon of workers to the total population '
haiing  risen  lrom  40  per cent,  to  53
per   eelll.
Thc figures which prove most conclusively, however, that    people work
more and are waited on    In    Idleness :
le is, are these:    Foi 1 >  1 ears ago   1,-1
200,000 persons    were   employe,    cs
domestics, valets, cooks, etc., In pri-
vale  houses.     Ill   1006  iess  than   1,000,
000 were so engaged.
Trade     employmi nt     lias     ne irly
trebled and In the manufacturing and
liberal professions nen- has been an
increase ol Tr. per cent, in the   total
! employees
magistrate called Airs. Kirkwood to
the bench and informed her that she
would have to be the judge as lo thu
length of time her husband would re-
1 main in jail.
"Vou go to the house jjf correction
I for one year," Mrs. Klrkwool snapped **}B*
at her husband withoul a second's M'1'
hesitation.      Kirkwood    pleaded    with
j magistrate, but the plea only brought
forth the answer that, the sontencu
was just  and would stand.
According    to    Mrs.    Kirkwood    her
husband Imbibed too freely and soM-    hi lv
all   the  shoes  in     the     house  to    gel '���
money with which to purchase liquor.1
lie came home early 1 his morning an.l
started to beal his wife and four children.     Mrs.   Kirkwood   says   Bhe   has
been   forced  to support   the children
and^hought thai a year in Jail might
make her husband a better prouder.    1
���
time to he with the blean
haggard   face   whose  lii,.  ,,' '        'M
one  round  of diBSipati ,!"   "'"'":
work  goes    forward    ,,,    ,  '      "
world.
"Wickedness
creeps up, n
is debt.    No man
Mi 1,,
:i HI;
down   from   Ins   l-'y,'^,"'
and join the ranks 0| i!>,, ,.    , ", Ll'-
travelled the road of s ?��**..
when he enters into Lh,    ���     \u''a
tbe lirst. time,   lie wish,   I,
Pleasures one- and  ,],,,  ,����   :
11. dn   nol
the
Young   worn;,
hot lie  will]  a
marry
tied to
"'"""���'   '"'""   *���*.*��� a man tied ti,
l se your sense of smell  ,, , ,    ''
youBay'Yei.'   Use j      \ h   .^
food and you can do much m
ng  tlie devil's pawnshop
form the sordidneBs ol
gold of honesty, virtue
ibolls ���
and Iran*
tnd Bobrle ������
CHICAGO  AS  DEVIL'S   PAWNSHOP.
Picture   Drawn  by   Rev.   P.   H
in   Maywood  Church.
Igo,   Feh.   ll.���Chicago
pawnshop," said Rev,
pastor
Barker
Chic
dei H's
11.   Darker.
gregational
niulit.
"Men   and   women
youth," said Mr.  Bar
of
church of
Is    the
Perclval
the    Flrsl  Con
Maywood,    last
"The Man of the Hour"
Much has heen sail and written r ,
corning "The Man ol the liou
k enjoying a week's stuj . ���       ,,    ;
opera house, bul half of the delieh .��,
'this s ,1 plaj  have n ���   ,.,   ""
told.   Men and women who I    ,
il again and again at each 1, ...
sentation iind
in
repre-
tl fresh quam
evoke admiration,    lis One American
ism. superb virility, win ome love in
teresl and .lean comedy endears li ,',
especially    our  the   habitual   theatre   1 -
er, "barter their  readin ��� between   ll    1 ni
virtue and  reputation  like so    much  can always give it a local I
goods.   From the shy youth who goes  company  of  this  yeai    1
to the wicked pawnshop for the flrsl   strong,   Seattle P. 1
7 imb
er
B.C. Mills
and  1 radino
Manufacturers  and   Dealers  In   All
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,   SASH,   DOORS
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK
FANCY  GLASS.
o
KlndB of
INTERIOR
FINISH
PLAIN     AND
Telephone
Royal City Planing Mills   Brand
12 N��w  Westminster
*iSa'gr:mL^a.yz'jr <arvgv-,imytfavnmiix^M-rTefcM
iK_rv-.-r- j* i x^tmtum
M
-
WIFE SENDS
HUSBAND TO
JAIL  FOR  ONE YEAR
Philadelphia, Feb. ".-Mrs Nathan
Kirkwood ihis morning sentenced her
husband to one year In the house of
correction, she appeared against hei
husband in the Manayunk police coun,
which is presided over by Magistrate
Grelis.
After hearing the    testimony    the
If you want something choice for T< da;
ner, ring up Phone 101 ar.d order a nice n
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure gi
P. BURNS
Columbia Street
New_Westmii ter
���:-^Mr**j^y��&j&
SentjOn Approval A
To Responsibi.b Peopls   * f*"c"tiM
Laughlin m
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
E/0e InK Pencil
,""*7* Choice of
.Baggage   delivered   promptly   *-��
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT,
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for cnN
Posi
paid
lo any
address
I r.x.aa.     *
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
���RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, auu ln London, Eng
Isnd, New York, Ol. <ago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., aud Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Rank Dipnrtment���Deposits
���received in sums of fl and upward
end interest allowel at 3 per cent, pei
ennuin  (present r��te).
Total  Assets  over   .180,000,000.00
Jl 	
AJEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
'   0. D. BRTMNEll. Manager.
Ilutlrtlkni are Exaol Sm
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. huiu Gold���cut
pu right li*nd may be had
lu e.llier our Ktamiaril
black opaque pattern, or
Noii-hreak.-ilile Transpai-
<m. as desired, either in I
plain or engraved finish,'
as preferred.
Yon limy try tlilipen . iwlc,
if you <io bui And It a, rturewn. d
a botUr artii In tlitu you Cflii .o-
euro Iur innKi ,,.,,.. mil ti,.,,.t
i.i. t in any nlhai mak��, If i t [i
rnliiply   ���t,_fXt,���y |��� every
ipect ratum it ami *.. win ,r
>OU tl.ljfurlt.
(Vt on i��it I, oiir fniiK.i. nn.i |
I'r.i.ulnr   lni.  Gku   Ink   I'urinl
auu,>leUl��ki>rootl ,,i ,
l.e   eurnnl    ii.    ,���,.   poilllon    :
pocket i,t Ihnpplni Wr, wrlir,
any   antlo  ��l flrat tt.i.eli.    Mil
oum   liprlng)  fmrl,  irl,Mm
i'int,i...iiah..inileantod rub!*
���>e,   .i r��  rulta   In.i.i..      M>l��
��v��rywl__   f���r ujjo,     AIrll{
"aiilnl    Wrl  . for te-nn.    Wriln |
now " leit you fornet."    A.i.lr.'a
p Laughlin Mfg. Co.
** I,
The Oven
Of a Range
ra ordinary
hirt Sale
'HAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake bet-
*ter with half the fuel than ntf
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too? ���
Note tke illuitratione.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
We are clearing out all our odd
lines of colored shirts regardless of
prices.   $1.25,  $1.50   and $2.00
shirts, of the best makes, W. G. &
R. and Tookes, both the
very   best;   all   sizes.
Out they go at ... .
95c.
75c, 90c. and $1.00 Shirts, good
makes,   patterns   and
sizes ; they go out at
50c.
Detroit.
Mejettlo Bldg..
See Window
ML J. PHILLIPS
671   Columbia St.
Thc Wardrobe Clothier
New Westminster, B. C
���link FRIDAY.   FEBRUARY   10,   1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
1    .
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j        ' n
'ti ���  'Wl)
Fit-Reform Suits make a search
for anything better a waste of time
If you want the best there is, there is no reason
why you should not have it.
Fit-Reform  prices  are  within every   gentleman's
income ��� and   Fit-Reform   styles   are   unfailingly
correct.
UNION Of THE TWO
SCOTTISH CHURCHES
Movement Is Under Way In
Looking to Presbyterian
Church Union.
London,    Feab. '.>.���Americans    an
Canadians   ��ho   Inti nd   t >  v Isil   London   lor   tie     ( oronal ion     ci rem -:..'
would better begin to look alter their
hotel accommodations at once, or they
ma>   I e too lute, tor    London    hotel
. -- ers nre being besieged by    in-
quiries lor rooms in .lune.   According
to  pn senl    Indications,   accomm da
tions will command    famine    prices.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
iOAHI)    OF    TRADE���NEW  WEST-
minster Hoard of Trade meets in tnf
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on tlie mire
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at s pm Annua;
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may hi
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Jackson Printing  Co'y
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job    Printing
sians, too, a miir. oi i r in    con
sldei   '     n imi 'i  , and then  is s carce-
ly a i ostmark in the world which has
not   found  its way into tlie o ib e ol
om   ' i  am ther oi tl e London hotels
and boarding houses already.
lii'  notwithstanding whal Bome man-     ,, ,      .
Qu< in  Mary, i<��l owing up her   ex
ngers said a month ago, thai  prices  pressed ,.,.,. lli;i,    ft���   ,.|(1||l(,s   ���,.,
would go up only slightly, adornments worn or. the occasion ��� ���������
One hotel, the Strand Palace, where ;|!<-'  coronatl n  Bhall  be    of    British
the "no tip" system prevails, is in tho manufacture as  far as  possible,  has
,   ,, , now broii. lit into prominence a little
remarkable position ol having .ts en- .,.,,..  ,._ (. ,,,���,���, .��� |hr ������, ���,.
Above, we show two of the new models for this
seafon-on the left is the "Straight Front"-the
other, is the "Young Man's
Sack". Both are made in
imported Worsteds and English,
Scotch and Irish Tweeds.
FIT-
REFORMS
$18. to $35.
119
m
M. J. PHILLIPS, AGENT,
New Westminster, B. C.
tne capacltj  bi  the wholi  month a'.- Shaldon in South Devon
ready engaged.
"UnlesB some rooms are cancelled
at tin- list moment," said Mr. Salmon,
om- 1,1 the directors, "we Bhall have to
refuse all other applications, Our
pn senl tariff of charges will remain
in force lor the month, the directors
having dei ided 10 make no advance.'
.Most of lhe hotels, however, will increase their char, cs from 20 to all per
cent, and in some establishments It
bas ben decided to enforce an inclusive price for the coronation week
The manager of the Imperlal hotel
pointed 0111 in justification of an Increased tariff that the hotels would
suffer both before and after lhe coronation and were bound tu recoup
themselves.
"Visitors who would otherwise come
in May will postpone their visit til!
June." he said, "and those who have
heen stopping here after June will advance the date of their visit so as to
witness the ceremony. In the ordinary course of events the week in
wliich the coronation falls is the
busiest of the year for the hotels, ani) late,
it is not to the advantage of the pro-
prietora for visits to he crowded fnto
this week, as they will he."
ai the Hotel Cecil, which can accommodate a thousand persons, the
allottmenl   of  apartments is steadily
proi eedill. .
"We have had applications from
parties of a bundle 1." said the manager, "and to casual customers the
prices will be sliub.tly raised. This
is in part accounted for by tbe increased establishment charges we
shall have to meel."
Other hotels report numerous inquiries for rooms, but such as thc
Savoy, the  Victoria  and at  the Metro
. (i. 0. F. AMITY  LODGE, Nd. 21
Tlie regular meetings of tins lodge
nre held in odd  Fellows' Hall, coiner Carnarvon  nnd  Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock
Visiting   brethren   cordially   invited
to attend.   Gi 1     e Adams, NT.G.; \V
c. Coatham,  P.( \.. recoi
tary;    .1.   \.'.   MacD 1 1 d,   1 11: ncial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J.    STILWELL    CLUTE.    barrister at-
law. solicitor, ite.  corner Columbli
ami   McKenzie  streets,  New   West
niinsit r, I!. C     I'. 0. Box 111'.    T( le
phone Tin.
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
W'e Have It!
The famous Wellington
RSNG UP 56
Before your bin is Empty.
WHITESIDE,   EDMONDS   <*.-   JOHN
ston.     barristers     and     solicitors,!
Westminster Trusl  Block, Columbia
street.  New  Westminster.      W. .1 1
Whiteside, ll. L  Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
ip to tho
presi nt thla little Industry has beeu
little known, bui ihe queen, who is
an ev 1 erl ill la> e herself, and aii ac
complished needlewoman, vvas quick
to realize tin- beauty ol ibe lace made
bv these villagers, who work unde the
superintendence of Miss Flora Lancaster    Lucas,   daughter   of Un- late
General Sir Alfred Lucas, and liis
ordered a large quantity of lace lor her
coronation robes, an example whicn
lias been followed by others of th-a
royal family. The hue makers of Shaldon are now enjoying the happiest and
busiest period of tbeir existence.
Hut everything required for the coronation in the way of decorations will
nol be made In England. Germany will
have a share in it, too. Some of lhe
king's most loyal subjects will proclaim his coronation by decorating
their houses with I'nion Jacks made
in Germany. Many English firms are
refusing 10 buy  flags  from  the    Ger- ,
mans,  who are    turning    out    Union MISS M- BROTEN,   public   stenogr
Jacks and  roval standards    in    lar^ ��� !    P,iel"-    specifications,    business    letters,    etc.;     circular    work    taken.
Plione    415.      Hear    of    Major     and
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Office, Corner Columbia nnd Sixth S;s.
WADE. WHEALLEIt, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Kooms 7 and 8
Gulchon hlock. corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver Offices, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade. K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J.  A.  BURNETT. AUDITOR  AND |
Accountant.      Tel.     R 128.    Room,
Trapp hlock.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE  370.
6TENOGRAPHY    &    TYPFWRITINC
numbers from their factories, but
others are finding such a patriotic
spirit too expensive for them to emu-
Savage's ofiice. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     HUNTING.     ROOM     22
Curtis Hlock.   P. O. Box 694.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AY1.1NO. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank  of  Montreal.
There is a large class of people who
will  have  the  cheapest  articles,  even 1
in  flags,  and  most  tradesmen cannot 1
afford  to supply  British  goods at  the
same price as the German variety thev
can  purchase for less money. I
Practically   all   the     bucket     lumps.
which  are use 1 in thousands for sueii
ceremonies,  are  made.on  the  contin
ent.     Belgian  glass  is  much  i hea-, er
than anything else and  business-like
people cannot allow other firms to undercut them, even at  coronation time
are  to he  made  until  the mi idle    of
February.
America  appears  to  be  the.    chief
BOUrce Of this rush for a mmo Iation | Room  fi.  Westminster   Trust  Building
: 1 Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St.
Gardiner & Gardiner
IF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
pole the arrangements   and   charges   and is followed in the race by   Ger-
are under discussion and no bookings   many  and  the  British  colonies.    IMs-
Ncw Westminster. B. C.
Dhonn  6fi1 R��sirtence   Phone   133
HOSPITAL
Westminster P.Hate Hospital.
.23 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
eases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7. r>.
ANOTHER     NEW     SONG,     WITH     RATTLING     CHORUS
On Monday, February 13, will be published
Luncheon   Trio
As now being sung in Chas. Dillingham's
Singing and Dancing Frolic
:kTHE ECHO
it
at the Globe theatre, New York.
Free with Monday's Issue of the Daily News
If not already a subscriber to THE NEWS, SUBSCRIBE NOW.!
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,THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY  10.
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Published by Tlie Dally
lng Company, Limited, al their offices,
comer    of    McKenzie    and    Victoria
Streets.
down as "l.evvelen" street. The producer of the plan was evidently not a1
Welshman, nor could be have had
News Publish- much of an acquaintance with English
history, or the ancient royal house of
Llewellyn would have been familiar to
him
CHURCHES NEED PRESS | ra       f     -ir      _
agent, says divine Pror. W. G. Alexander
Fowler   &   Wells   Co.,   New
in liis series of
VTork,
E. A. Paige.
.Managing Director   tl
The sign  writer who Inscribed   fore the minister and  laymen al   the
.. ,.      ..    ���,._���,. McCormick Theological Seminary yes-
name  on  one  ol   the  city  stieets   ^^    ...^ new*paper ,, ,,v ,,���. ���. .
was also evidently  somewhat  at  sea besi     advertising   me limn    for   tho
,,1, .        noi 1,,,-. ,���,,. 1.,,,,i���., Ichurch," continued Dr, Stelzle,
when he wrote up    tigiua   for Regina       ..,, .
������Husiness  men   do   nol   expeel     1111-
In the second and last instances   an  mediate results from their flrst advertising,   They keep on advertising un
Chicago.    Feh.    9.���"Every    church   Of
Bhould  have    a    regular    advertising
manager."    said   the    Rev.   Charles DglJ-htfu]
Stelzle, of New Vork. superintendent J-'euguw.ui
of   the    Presbyterian    "Church    and ' tainmeilts Oil Human Nature
��,abor" departmenl in an address be-
A. E. Kellington
Lecture   Enter-
ST.  PATRICK'S  HALL.
Every night, beginning Tuesday,
February 7.
j Admission,   First  Night   Free.    Colle:
tion Taken.
elementary knowledge of Latin would
til  tbey  lmve  caught   the attention  of
FRIDAY.  FEBRUARY   10,  1911.
: Correspondence i !
 .   md must   be  used  for no other ___\
"������*���������������������������������������*���*���������** *~B
(The Daily News is not responsible
opinions express
respondents.!
ed hy its coi
MODERN MALIGNITY.
The Hon. Price Ellison has had to
retracl the statemeni be gave utterance to in the legislature on Mondav,
that the reciprocity treaty had been
"broughl about by a handful of people
tn m Winnipeg, who had gone down to
cn wa backed by James J. Hill, who
had put up flfty thousand dollars t ' for th
as.-.:t  them in their cry."   The mil
ister of lands    was    reported    in    the        S|M0N  FRASER  MONUMENT.
News-Advertiser as having made   ihi.. 	
definite statement.    Mr. Ellison was j E_\or  _My���N^W8', H     .     ,    ��� ... .
Sir,���1 noticed a letter 111 tlv British
challenged as to bis authority for thij Columbian a few evenings ago from
by Mr. Brewster on Tuesdav. and on llis Honor Judge Howay calHng attention to 1 he fact I hat the monumenl 1 1
-.'��� following day he bad to explain honor of Simon Fraser on the Cres-
thal he onlv repeated what he under- cent, started In 1908, was still unfinished. 1 am pleased that attention iris
stood to be currenl rumor, ar.d had been called to this matter, and by one
no personal knowledge of the matter,  sn worthy, so that  the work so well
conceived and stalled may  lie pushed
Here again arises precisely the posi-   to a successful completion.
1 have often   fell    In   passing tho
monument thai it v>as unworthy of us
one
______^_^_._._^_m_^_m   __
^_^_^���^���^���^^^^^^^       ^^^ carved for himself so huge a place In
Ni ivs.   In ibis ii vvas pertinently   ob- the i,,;stoi-y of this province should reserved that "the practice of aspersion, m'lin uncrowned by the bronze    bus
necessary to complete tbe monument,
���whether by direct   accusation   or by   , ,,.,., confldenl there are enough pu
that    meaner   and    more   despicable  ���'���*' spirited citizens who will cheerfu
,    , ,   ���   ,        . subs."ibe the amount required,
metht ���.. artful Insinuation, of the pub-      Might j sugges) ,h,lt  the 8ubScrip
lie and private characters or men in  ti""  list  aim  at  covering  the  whole
... . , cost of the monument.    I understand
authority,  is  getting  beyond   boun',  il:.u ,hc portion already el,,,tcd ,0.,
in tiiis country. .  .  .   We speak of the  between nine hundred and one thous
. .    .       ,   , , and dollars.    Eight hundred and  flfty 1
wretched  and  baseless assaults upon  ,,(il)nrs of ,,,.���   :m(jim(  WM  pai(J  nm
the good name or   upon the   private  of tlie funds of the R. A. & I. society
,   , ..    , ... , ,   of this city.    That should uot be per-
habits for public men as are planned   mUted    ���'is ncUhel-fafr llor ju. t that
in dark comers and carried into effect  tbat society should bear the expense
.,.,   ��� ,,,      . ..     .     , .        f cf a Citizen's monument.
when the victim   s dreaming of    anv-      .    . , . '     . _.,.__..,
1 sincerely trust, now that attention
thing but a stab from behind." has been called to this matter, the re-
The very serious reflection cast up-  s';"ns,e wil1 be s,�� he:,rt>' !hat, BU*ic*Ut
on    the   character   of   Hon. William *V Tf*     IfM P    w
tne bronze bust necessary to complete
Templeman by certain persons at the  the monument, but also to reimburse
the R. A. & I. society.
Public examination on the stage of
four   or   more   ladies   or   geni l< men
  selected  hi   the audience al  lhe el.ise
hne prevented the committal of such   the public and then they advertise to ���t each lecture.
1 it        And  <5eeP ''"' attention. Private consultation daily from    10
egregious   errors   in   spelling.    Ami.    ..Cjlurcjjes muS( ?c utter new busi   am., al the Professor's parlors. Rus-
r,,..,' v ham - a plea for the more ex- ness.   The people of the city are nol ,Be ll hold.
thereoy nangs a 1 going to church and ao   the church      	
tended teaching    ol    l-atm    in    01U   ,.,���.., g0    t0    them.    The downtown!- -        	
schools churches are losing their hold on tho
  11 eople.   The old members are dying or
' ~ Imoving away.    New  members can  ba
���������������������*������������������������������������������������*��� obtained by judicious advertising. The
.    t-hurch must set aside an appropriation
or an advertising campaign and this
&
R. D. Ht>nc!ry |
usiness I
in
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcjes for Laili.s from J12./5 ]|
ap.
gents' open face
open case
nnd      l-.'..
Silver Waiches,
}6.00.
Silver   Watches,   gents
���7.50 up.
Agent    for    W'aKham
Watcln-s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE    .
Two Doors from Cleo. Adams' Grocery
The real estate and insurance firm of Kellington
Bros, will in future be known as Kellington ...  ;|, tl.
dry; Mr. R. D. Hendry, who is well and favor: .!
known to citizens of New Westminster and district
having gone into partnership with Mr. A. E. KellinV.
ton.   The new firm will conduct their busii
their offices in the Northern Crown bank block.
Kellington & Hendry
Real Estale, Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Northern Crown Eank  Biock
Phone 680. Columbia streel entrance.
?
ticn of things wliich  was so severely
commented  upon by the Province, in   as  cjii/ens  thai   a  memorial  to
the    editorial    quoted    in    Tuesday's   who explored our    great     river
J, S. HENDERSON.
Xew Westminster. February 9, 1011
FOLLOWS (MDA'S HAD
IN ISSUING SMALL BONDS
Chinese commission which has been
��itting at Vancouver, and those aspersions cast upon ihe integrity and
h nesty of Mr. J, J. Hill by Hon. Price
' lison, aie very much on a par with
the mean and harmful suggestions and
inuer.does levelled against certain citi I
Sens cf New Westminster and others
during the past twelve months or so.   England  M**^ Another   Attempt   to
This kind of conduct is utterly despio-          Inculcate Virtue of Thrift in
able.    It is the very meanesi  kind of                          Artisan Class,
slander that one man can utter against 	
another.    The injury to the one slan- .       _ ,    ���	
London. Feh. 9.���Kngland   is   likely
idered is great and lasting and the sha-  t0 follow Canada's example in issuing i
<low which is cast over a good name   government  bonds  of   small   amount;
and reputation is the more difficult to  through  the  pestoffice.      The   great;
remove because the utterer-is seated  lIghts of fln:ince have beea Sweated
in   a  high   1 lace  and  is  shielded  by
lirivile^e.
This mischievous practice, which is,
11s our Vancouver contemporary observes, getting beyond bounds ln this
country, is harmful in the greatest degree to the welfare of the body politic.
It  tends   to  weaken   confidence    and  mon in England than in France or Ger
faith in public men and public officials  m&ny.
and sets up a condition of feeling that
is most prejudicial to the life of the
to and nowhere bus any active hostility to the broad idea been discovered.
One  banker  of  worldwide   reputation voiced a somewhat general scepticism as to whether it would ever be j
possible to persuade working men   to |
save money.    The city men entertain
a fixed opinion that thrift is less com-
the   ability   to   hear   much   and    say
little; to be impartial and just, so that
A prominent financial authority has
give  publicity  to  the  Canadian  plan.
 ^^^^^       He said:    "In January, mo. , the Cana-
community. It should be borne in (]jan government issued, through the
mind that one of the primary esstials Hank of Montreal, ��6,000,000 of 3%
jn the character of one in authority Is  Per cent  ^nds graded   thus:     ��10,
��20, ��50, E100, ��600 and ��1000
each.    Tbe first   ��10 bond  was pur-
 ^^^^^^       chased with some ceiein-ny hy Lloyd
in the evenl of it  being necessary to George, and   the   idea was   thai    by
... ,.   ..    ,, .    means of these bonds Canadian secuii-
criticize   or   censure   another,   this Uefl wouM )(_ w(|1 r)JH(Mi .,������, among
.should  only  he done  Upon a  basis of  small  investors.    The effort wai   well
, .      .     , ,    ... advertised in the presi and 1' waa BUZ-
"**** aDd 1CtUal taCtS- gested   by   Mr.   Field.,,-.    ������,���elf.   the
���__  : Canadian minister of finance, who vvas
known to have beea apprwacnetl on
the subject by F. W, Lii ' the editor
of the Economist.
"The experiment was bold.     It wai
carried  through   without   the  help  of
the postofflce, and it is an open secret
that  the  banks  and   the   Stock    Inconsiderable change disliked tbe project, which, one
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ences.    Its success may not yet have
portion of the youth of this city. At ences. It success may not yet have
the   time   we  expressed  the   opinion  been fu11>' established but the   point
here is that government bonds offered
that Mr. Lusby's criticism was well throneh the postofflce would, on the
warranted.    Within the last few days '��ne hand, have a much better chance.
and  would, on the other hand, cause
no extra labor to the banks,
instances which go to show that there      Simplicity Is essential to the success I
of the  scheme.    What   is  proposed  i-i
 (that   fifty   millions sterling   sliall   he
Instruction of our school children in   placed through the postoffice in two-j
,. , . aiid-a-half per cent, bonds.    The infer
tile very necessary accomplishment, of  est  woll|(1 bfl on(M|,la,.|or lnj,iions an-
spelling.     We observe.! ln a  leading ii'ially.    The total Income tax on this
Is, at, ls. l!d. in the ��, only   CTIIf.. This
would be the total concclyahle sacrl-i
ibandonnicnl of collection  of  lax at. the   source���this,  for
 ^^^^^^      fifty millions of Investment.
als" marked up as a bargain.   Then on      lt is considered that the scheme will
...      ... ,..���n i,���n���,n man r,f ti���,  t>0 nn important far-tor In making land
.eioiiing to a well Known map 01 tne   ���,,������i,_������ .,������..i������ __  ,, ._ __r ..
t���������_���f���W2!lT'mmLS2^
P.O. Box, 40 j
'flEBB
I win Screw Steamship
),
3,500  Tons,   7,000   Horsepo
320 Feet Lone ,181 '2 Knots
wer,
*���* *���'
FROM JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT - 11.30 p.m. Mondays
Direct connection .-it Prince Ruperl   tor  Stewart.    S. S. 'T    ce  ll.
belt"   will    leave    l':ii;T    Kuper Man
for l oi i Slmj son, Kincolith ld<    tte, Queen Chi
Jedway, i tc.
Iiouble track and modern luxurious trains between Cli nd
Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto,     Montreal,    Po 11 ��� :,
Niagara falls, New Vork, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash
For tlckel b, I In e tables, il nsi rated
applj to
HARRY Q, smith.
City Pass, and Ticket A-. net.
B27 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C
GENERAL   AGENCY
ire, and all in:
L. v   i>
tne
vtr, H.C.    Pin       7100.
TRANSATANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
ABOUT SPELLING.
A few weeks ago the president of
the board of trade made some observations upon the weakness in orthopia! by  displayed   by  a
we have, however, come across some
is decided need for a more thorough
store  recently  a show card announc
lng the sale of "iderdowns," whilst in   floe from thf
another window we saw oak "podist
Jdty
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ nnrchase popular as well as practlca-
e found a thoroughfare marked ble.
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
in favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $4P,C00.003
fruit Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton,  British  Columbia
IT IS  NOT TOO  EARLY TO    FIGURE   YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
V^RITE FOR  OUR  LISTS.
Clearance Sale
 of ���
���count the number of people stopping before a well lighted snow window in one nlnht ? You would
probably find that for every one stopping hetween seven and eight, four
stop hetween eight and nine, and I
twelve hetween nine and ten. '
We are willing to aid you in taking
advantage of this, hut your windows
should he well lighted.
Plione TtU for further partlcul. rs.
The Roberls Electric Co.
Fourth and Clarkson Sts.
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
The House of Quality and Low Prices
Bargains for Market Shoppers
PRVflffRVVWIM
NEW   WE8TMINSTE.:,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street,
B.   C.
10 patterns Floor Oilcloth, 25c. sq. yd.
Printed Linoleum, 2 yards wide, 37 1-2 cts. sq. yard.
Portieres for door or archway, in green and red
colorings; the pair, $2.10.
Window Shades, green or cream, mounted on Hartshorn rollers, complete with trimmings.  3  for $1.00.
Heavy brass extension rod, silver plated ends,
3 for 25 cts.
Galloway & Lewis
Phone 829.
Wc Furnish Your Home.
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster. 1
r .IDAY.  FEBRUARY   10,  1911.
IHE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
IALM0N BELLIES THIS YEAR
Gifford's Annual Retirement is   the   Real  Thing
Tiiis Time.���Three Intermediates to Step Into  Senior
Company.-C. A. Welsh Probable Manager for 1911.
Tommy
They aie worth 75 cen'.s per dozen
Xow I hate in paj to exi ra 40 cents,
and . omel Imi s i link ii an imposll lon,
bul nevertheless I buy the Tr. cents per
iin i :. i*. ��� . '. i ni> bn akfast. In the
i .i:    ol I he i"\\ l be shows me one 'cold
stoi.'������     bird   ��lii- h  h u.-���. al   -~>
cents i cr i ound und i hi n In- shows an-
uiiu', \. iii.-'.i lo it. i'l esll and plump.
lh- saj.; ii is an I ,.- .I chicken, grown
��� it in . ' 'i ii is woiih ::.". cents pe?
pound,' I do i.in iii i- i" i aj ilu- extra
in i '-n's. i.i i V, hen i i.n e chicken I
like i: ;ii i ii und good, so buy the higher i-ih e I home-grown nilIcle, In this
i. |,ect I am no diiTi ent fi mn the peo-
ol Ihis I am sure, ol li
erv Iso ;  e inl< e for the home-grown
article could nol in' kepi so high.
Again, i he in ii e ol i ho r< ed tor tin-
chickens and other tow s will nm ho sc
dear, which will be of greal benefit to
thr poiil11 j   mon."
Willi reference to iin- effeci mi the
fruit Industry, Mr. Cameron said that
ii i.ini been his observation thai the
fruil grower who has good ���,.unities of
fruit, takes in oper i .or of hls i ree i,
makes them produce superior fruit,
mid then exercisi s care in putting it
up im- marltet, is always sure of u
iii;> price, and will make a success of
his im Iness, otherwise hs frull will
l.e n in in: nn ihe- markel umi n >
amount of duties wil make the public
buy ii at a reasonable fair price.
,   Westminster   lacrossa
iflll:
���dj Gray.
, .arley Galbraith.
Buck Marshall.
,    .i. Gifford.
., defence���Tom Rennie.
en e   George Rennie.
Doughey Spring.
.    W. Turnbull.
Punk Wintemute.
Pai Feeney.
,    i.mi Turnbull
.    Grumpj Spring.
,.   men-Hugh   Gifford
,,        , n_t.i
mmi ('hurley    Smith
n Kenny
A fiew Captain.
Tommy (i'l'1"1''1 is golng to (|"h
gam1
-
tlle
Honesl     Injun,    cross    mv
.  to 'lit-.'' and nil Hn- rest
thrown his i tii k Into
j,.r...        er from  his  poinl    of
the big bridge and    will
,, |Ilt0 ., red and hlue uniform
Ikj  captain ol the ol I
,i and he oughl to know,
liedi    n't.
I,, play    again    nm
!"������    (heavy   on    the
[the Ne' i man win.
t on a still huni  lor tho
year,
���
���   rough  tm-    | 1.    ii iw.
nil     I'M not  pi ..   a ;aln '
inn you said tbal lust
. r right."
��� an it this time,-- in-
ai  ' i  "i the   annual   an-
:
'���i    me    positively    the
thai lacrosse would see
..  ������ 'I i 'n , crlbe.
'. -. I know, hut .
i:nl also in 1907 ."
I roke   in   Thomas,
George Rennie Is IT.
:  Tomi ��� i ; -""I    bia   threal
nuks of the lias beens
i   onlj  mi.' of the old guai .1
I.   George    Rennle.
��� .mil    Alex    Turnbull
places on the    team
Cheyne,  Wells Gray,
low Galbraith,    His-
cui's I'ecl. (he i e. i  ol ile    old
I 1       ��� ���]      Now only  George
nlll ! e left.    ('.��� ' rgo  Is good
iuite :i -..    ���   ��� ���'. and it Is his o\
; ���     ���   ' ; <u slay  In tho uame
lo euii     'llie veteran
tbe responsibilities   ol
eason,   according   to
..ho  his   It   nil  dOl ed
��� ii 'inc.
. u ihe sit nation in   all
���  .iny. George    Rennle
ami I," said thc old loader, "and
wc came to the com lusion ibai hu
would make ii flrsl class captain lie
is willing to undertake the job ami as
all  lhe hoys like GeOl ge nil  right, ami
in- h.n. the '.cad tor the buslm i . !.
will make good."
The Promoted Intermediates.
Churg Smith and Nelson Kenny, thi
boys in line for senior company this
���ii    i...ih rei i Ived their training o i
the   Reginas.    They   have only  i n
I plaj Ing  Intermediate    a Bhorl    time
i Kennj   I luce  and   Smith    lour    JI  i
Both are llghl and Bpcedj and ha
knack of getl Ing tbe ball Into the n<
at the i i. in time.
These t >w> youngsters will nol llkelj
| get  much    chance    of    earning    I
plaudits of the inuliiii.de this ye ir, bu
' hi s   ��ill keep In Bb  : e for cum,
i les and  u ill  flgui e on    1 be o\ al    i
wards the end of t he season, when 11,
Minto ('up is sale for ihe time I" lng,
The regular Westminster home usually
ki eps In mind   shape   all   the   s -
round, and   unless  some of the    hm.-
fall sick theie is little chance of tic-
new men getting on the regulai  line
up.
Hughie Gifford, who is classed as
spare iii-iii, is to all Intents nnd pur-
i.. . one ol ' he iegular team by this
i Imi . If Tom Rennie ki eps up his ba I
haldi of breaking his collar bom .
Hughie will Bll the gap    Patchell, tho
defei   ������   pare, is the star chi i I i
of the Sapperton    Intermediates   and
las i! e bulk and skill needed to r< p .
Con .loins' homers.
Len Will Be Back.
I.mi  Turnbull,  wbo  is  jusi   now  In
��� hi     utiiiy  south,  will  i e b u k   hei������ >
for the lacn    ���    ��� a son, unless all thu
plans of the pow i i B-thai be go astraj.
None of the i.th.-r boj s wi re seized
with the wanderlust during the oft
season. Ken  being  the only  player    to
tick.
Whit Ahout the M.inatjer ?
The question of ;r manager for 1911,
now that the si lection of the plaj e -
is in measure decided, naturally crops
up. C A. Welsh is nol quite sure he
wants the job, but It's a cinch the position, Is headed h.s way bo fas! he'll
nevi r I e able to dodge It And- this
is :i secret ���he's not going to break
the speed limit trying to avoid being
roped in.   Here is hla excuse:
"I don'l know if I'll be manager or
nol this year. I've gol lots of business
to attend to and lacrosse takes up
su much time. I'd rather like to see
some oilier man handle the boys, ani
yel in ;i way l don'l dislike the Job, bo
pel haps .... etc., etc.
Yea, friend, it will be Man mer C. A
Welsh once again.
Lot 50 x 100 feet with FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE,
on corr.er of McPhadden and Fourth avenues,
.       :
451 Columbia St.
Only $2,000.00
on easy terms
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
^^     T.   H.   McCORMICK.    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Manager Real Estate Department.
New Westminster.   B.  C. Phones 646,  661.
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Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at ... .
ChamfoeHin's JEw"_;ER
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AT
ACCEPT CHALLENGE.
Vancouver   Cue    Artists    Form    Two
Teams to Hold Chamberlin Cup.
llliard challenge for the Chamberlin I.ecu accepted by two
Vai iver teams and the first game
Mill bo played In Vancouver on Tues-
dav night.
Both the Vancouver teams are entered from the Niitlonal Sports club.
One Is under the captaincy ot Mr.
Brown and the other ol Mr. Gordon,
ta ol ��� e mt n on the team which
took the cup from Westminster last
y��ar,
rhe pei onnel of the Westminster
team has not yet been decided.
Deans
SAFETY DEVICES
FOR THE HATPIN
Feb. 9.���Woman has at
i;i ned to the dangers of tbe
''������������������     itpln     At   any   rate  she  has
1 .       disposition   tO  accept     a
is substitute, providing it
���ii | er purpose e inally well and
mi.mi of all, does not  ma.'
o   her headgear.   As a re
public agitation which has
'" '��� on for some time the City
'��� ol Women's   ClubB   made
rovislon tor an exhibition of
: in devices at    its   annu il
"      III   in k.ld a few days ago at the
"''������      tor,   Several    Ingenious   in
were  shown,  ranging  from
ions kinds to be placed on
-*���*��� orlinary hatpin to complicated de
nihil ng wire cates. All were
'' ��� ' t with critical interest by the
���''������'��� wi men present. And Judging from
"''1!' imment the present style nt
hatpins ot n foot or more in length is
likely tn be abolished very soon.
no:
lumber Trade Not
Hurt by Reciprocity
i
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striking   Illustration   ojf  this   fact  at
eron Lumber company's plant.
"' " 'nue a. o we entered into compe-
1" with  Washington mills to   se-
'.' ". ���***   order   for   ten    carloads    oi
'���  spruce  lumber  to   _o to   the
"flllls    We Unew what the Washington miua were quotiug on thC dags oi
"iiulred. In order to Ret the
nusine a we had to make our price
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been otherwise, necessary, t0 offset
the duty which the purchaser must
pay on the stock when entering the
l'nited States.
"The proposed  agreement   provides
that  'sawed hoards, planks, deals and
other   lumber   not    further    manufac-1
hired  than  sawed,'  shall  he admitted
duty  free reciprocally from one c mn-
try to the other,    in the  agreement
there is no reference whatever to any !
form  of  dressed   lumber  or  manufactured wood goods being admitted Into
I Canada.     But   it   Is  provided    therein
ithat all kinds of dressed lumber shall
! he  admitted   Into  the   l'nited   States
: from Canada on the payment of duties
ranging  from  50c  per   thousand    to
I $1.60 per thousand on the most  valu-
! ahle grades of finishing lumber.   The
duty on shin, les is reduced 20 cent,.
per M. and on lath to 10 cents per M.
"if the agreement .oes into Hflect
and no more lumber, lath and shin, les
are exported next year than were last,
it will result in a saving of |1,556,00iJ
to Canadian lumbermen it is my opinion, however, that the business heretofore done with the United States by
Canadian lumbermen is o mere ha. n-
telle   ns   compared   with    whal    will
shortly    he   done   if    the    re Ip.ocity
agreement is put Into opeia lon
"For myself I am convlncfld that if
the proposed agreement is assentel to
by the two high contracting powers,
and the provisions therein Bet OUt. I
kept in force for a long lime, ii will
result in a benefit of no 1 ss than <> i--
hundred million dollars to Vancouver
Island alone, on the lucre.ised value ot
its timher areas and sawmill  plants.'
When asked as to other provi
of the agreement, Mr. Cameron
that be lnuJ nol given them any par
tlcular attention, bul from the cursory
examination be had made, it seemed
to him that, the provision  which  admits   tish  of  all   kinds  and  soil,  her
ring,   whale   and   other   lish   oil.    into
the l'nited Slates free. Ought to prove
exceedingly beneficial   to the B Man
Columbia tlshiug industries.    Said he.
"Instead of having to guard our llsh-
in_   .rounds   with   gunboats   to   keep
the  American   poachers   oft,   if   tl.e
agreement goes Into effect we w 11 see
all the American fishermen cotnlrg t,i
Canada   where   I hey   will   ha e    thelv
i supply depots, outfit  their boats and
|maintain their curing and freezing es
tabllshments.    In i ther words, the
bor vvill be Cana Man and ths
he sold in the ruled states.
"The poultry mun shod 1 n t
fer very much. 1 go t ) my gro er r. >
buy n fowl or eggs, lie shows mo one
hox of eggs wllich he says are
eggs' worth "r> ten's yer do/en
guarantees them to be sound and
He shows me
La fc week we did not have enough oranges to
supply all our customers, being sold out by 5 o'clock
on Sat irday. This week we have doubled our order
and will have PLENTY FOR EVERYBODY.
Fine California Navel
Oranges, 16 for 25c.
Flour is Still Down
Lay ii a supply while the price is low.    Five RoseF,
R lyal Household, Royal Standard and Purity, per
49 Ib. sack, $1.75
DO YOU LIKE GOOD BUTTER?   If so, try
a pound of < ur 35c. butter; 3 lb?,  for $1.00.   OUR
NAME ison every pound print.
We also have a  full   line  of  fresh  vegetables.
arsnips,   Carrots,
Just 'phone 386.
1/
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YOU MAY DRIVE - ��� - BUT YOU CAN'T --'
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD  UNDER  AN   ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Toilet Lotions
Ryall's Witch Hazel Cream, 25c. and 50c.
Orchid Cream, 25c.
They do the work.
'    ' AT "
| Ryall's Drug Store
���     *r  evre rccTcn rv r.BiniiATE
PHONE 57
EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
f��m.m,*.t*r~' -%m\**a.a%^a.ma**-*~***.**.**.*����
Cabbage,   Cauliflower,   Celery,  I
Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries, tte.
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SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and Carline.
BOS
1,1011^
said
Phone 3S6. Burr Block, Columbia St.
imnraJtas*^^
4-Roomed House
flsb wi i
Sill
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;ood.
another case or bnsk.it
Furnished for one hundred dollars
���    $100.00    ~
CASH   OR CREDIT
We  do   Upholstering
lowei Uiiu.
our
iliaiv.
ba.
wherein nre es. s
Cresli raiicb ess��,
which he sava a^e'
DENNY &
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Ph
PHONE 473
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MM������H
A  SNA
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,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Hi���wm Yiiwam PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY  10,
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Increase your business and
make it pay. Tell the people
what you have to sell. Advertise strongly and sensibly.
Keep the buyers in your own
town. Let the people know
your goods are just as good
and better than anyone else's.
Remember, you have to tell
���
them'; no use sucking thumbs
and expecting the people to
grow wise.
Advertise !
Advertise !
Advertise!
AND   LET    YOUR   MEDIUM   BE
The Daily News
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements of the busy housewife to wise purchases. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY  10,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
1    .
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster  Land  District.  Dis
'   "   trist of New Westminster.
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
;it   :i  post   l'hinted  on
W.   corner,
Take    notice    that    an    application
has been made to register Emma Mc-
...... e notiee that Edward Hawkins, karen,   William   Chalmers   McLaren
,   riprTr^v^TTohjohn ":,iwi"'d vui",,e' -the
tiie    following    described | owners in fee simple, under a tax sale
deed from (.'. c. Fisher to John
MacLaren, bearing date ihe 1st day of
April, A. I). 1902, of all and Bingular
that certain parcel or tract   of land
  .  and  premises situate, lying and being
chains to Hue of limit In the District of New  Westminster,
thence N. 60 (hains along In the Province of British Columbia,
'   ii, thence south and west more particularly  known and descrlb-
, to place   of   commence- ed as Southwest quarter of Section 1-1,
alonf���nd containing so acres more or Township 7.
Vou and those claiming through or
under you and all ] ers ins claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any Interest
in lhe said land hy descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of Ihe "I.and Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
lhe tax purchaser within torty-flve
.days from the dale of the first publi-
,,,,,.   ihat   Cecil   Killain,   of  cation of this notice upon you, and in
la""" ��� |
;;;r,he east   side   of   the
the    ..nam channel and joining T. L.
', on tlie noith side and mark-
t  Hawkins;   S   l '
les
EDWARD HAWKINS.
I VMES  A LKWIS, Agent,
vovember 28. 1010.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
|Ne_ Westminster  Land   District.  Dis-
tn5t of New Westminster.
I Vai      ���
It. ('., occupation barrister
default of a caveat or certificate of li
pendens heing filed within such per-
Durcbase   the   following   de-iiod, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you wiil
I..- forever estopped and del.aired
from setting up any claim lo or in re
spect of the said land, and I sliall
register Emma MacLaren. William
Chalmers MacLaren and John Edward Valillee as owner ihereof in fee.
And  l  hereby  order that   publication
in ,i
daily newspai er published in N'ew
Westminster, will le good and sulli-
cient service thereof.
Dated nt tl,.- Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,, this 9th day of January.
A. I). 1911.
C. S   KEITH,
District   Registrar
To Alberl  ll. Walworth.
m'tends to apply  lor permis
B
i       . i lands.
.   al   a   post   planted  on
h about   I',   miles  northeast
Point. Jervis  Inlet, and
! KiUam's Northwest Cor
es i   20  chains,   thence
C|  dns,    tloiice    west    2D
less, to beach, thence
beach   to  place  of  com- ol   this  notice-  for  thirty  day:
1   containing   40   acres
CECIL KII.1.A.M.
.1. A.  LEWIS,  Agent.
ber 29,  1910.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
$400.00, at 2 o'clock p.m.. on Wednesday, tlie 29th day of March next, at
tin.- ofiice of the Dominion Timber
Agent at. New  Westminster:
Timber Berth No. 531, situate in
the Province of Hritish Columbia, in
Township 5, Range 21, west of ihe
Sixth Meridian, and comprising that
portion of the northeast quarter of
Section 14, not covered hy Berths -1-'!
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 Hie ground rental for the lirst
year, have heen paid.
Tlie conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in Hie
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
I'. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior.
Ottawa, December z'.'.itl. 1910.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
BRITISH INVASION
Of THE ISTHMUS
London Capital to Build a
Railroad Line Across Panama���Uncle Sam Anxious
mus al the very brink of the canal and
i e righl to assert a "sphere of influence." Once having attained this no
one expects England to loosen its
grip.
It wns expected American opposition would prevent completion of the
negotiations, bul now it seems plain
the contract will he closed within a
few weeks.
The line will begin at David and will
he extended eastward toward lhe Co-
lombian border.
New Westminster
Mail Service
MEET, WED,  IN 24   HOURS.
Colon. Feh. 9.���Ratification of a
contract hetween the Panama government and ihe Balboa and Pacific Estates, Limited, of London, is expected
at an early   date in  the  Panama As-
Cupid   Indulges   in   Rapid-Fire   Action
in    Denver.
1 leaver, Feh. 9.���Last Tuesday evening in the "palm room" of a local hotel a mutual friend introduced Warren Holbrook to Miss Avis Doebler.
Yesterday    afternoon    Holbrook   and
a jus-
Sewer Notice.
Notice is hereby given that all persons must connect their premises with
sewers when same are available, within a reasonable time after the construction of said sewers and proceed-1 Great
itigs will be taken against tliose fail
ing to make such connections.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
rnti.  x.i.,11   Vohr-.o--- o   toil
semhly.   It will provide for a railroad
from end to end of the republic.   It l-j
the project long considered under th-5,
title of the Darien line.    It is to opeu I Mlss Doebler were married by
up the virgin country on the   Pacific  tice of the peace.
slope and will parallel that coast. One
day it will he an important link in the
inevitable    line    linking    North    and
r.-3o
,':30
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The hero of this less than   twenty-
four-hour  courtship  i.s  a  former  New-
South  America.
The l'nited States is watching with
an anxious eye I his English invasion.
Ratification of the contract will give
12:10
23:00
Yorker.    Miss Doebler was employed
by  the  Denver Gas  it  Klectric   com- ..,..���
pany.
She  resigned   her  position   half  an 1
anon   oi    uie   coiouu i    ��...   h* > c ��� -
Britain a foothold on the Isth-1 hour before her weddin
',-
Dis-
Wcstminster Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
e  '  at   Clint   E.   Dicker-
, r,  I'.   C, octupati  n
tide to apply tor per-
e the following de
al   ������������  posi   pi inted  on
Billings Bay, Nelson Is-
i\   R.  No.   1678  an
; urn.-; iii ,n's   North-
uth ' 0 chain-.
as, thence north
,   or less to    bea
ong beach to pli :<
ie! c ntaining 320
.
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
.1. A. LEWIS, Agent.
,    28, 1910.
���
���
*-:-"v ���V*ii*��:^$ ^
i���.s\\ V.^r ���*���>**    rf^-s
NOTICE!
To all stoics and shops in New
Westminster, B. C: Take notice that
I will not be responsible for Mrs II.
S. Pelletler's (507 Fourth avenue) accounts after January 31, 1911, as she
is getting a sufficient amount each
month from me to cover her expenses.
II.  S.  PELLETIER,
Monarch, Alta.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
Sealed Tenders addressed to the under igned, and endorsed "Tender tor
Ironwork for three 260 yard dump
scows for Vancouver, li. C," wlll be
re teived ai this office until i p. ra . on
��� esdaj. Fot.11.ary 22, 1911, 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 oihaineil al
the offices ol H. A Ba) ii ������hi, Esq., Superintendent of Dredges, New West
minster, B. C; William Hendi rson,
; . Res d( in Architect. Victoria.
13 c , and on application to the Postmaster ai Vancouver, B, C.
Persons tendering are notified thai
.. ��� iers will not be considi r< d unless
made on the forms Bupplled, and sign
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Notice re Sidewalks.
Hi all case-; where new Btreets are
l eing opened or where wo iden si le-
walks are being laid, property owners
are notified thai these Improvements
ai e onlj a '��� m] orarj ni I in e, and the
rades ol bucIi sireet- and sidewalks
may be altered al a later dale when
pern im  ,   work is done
W. A   DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City  Hall,  February 8. 1911.
!,<���-. Westminster  Land   District
trist of New Westminster.
e notice l    '  l ��� 'He *���   Dicker-
. er, B. c, occupation
--assess
. .,;.;;-   ':,/jf   I^Udemeo,   each   niemher   of   ihe
. marked "L. L. Dick- firm must be given.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623   Hamilton  St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping. Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cess
pools,  Septic  Tanks,   Etc.', totc-
IT PAYS TU  ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
TH.     DAILY   NEWS.
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday)..  7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  0. K��R.
idaily except Sunday)..  7:30
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. K. R.
(daily except Sunday)..11:00
18:00���Vancouver via I!. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. K. R.
(daily except. Sunday)..
13:00���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily  except   Sunday)..
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..
15:00���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
-All   points   east   and   Europe  idaily)     7:3C
All points east ancl Europe  (daily)    15:15
Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (daily except
Sunday)         7:30
20:00���Sapperton and Fra3er
mills idaily except
Sunday)        15:15
2:10���Coquitlam    (daily   except
13:00���Central Park and Kdmonds idaily except
Sunday)        U:00
3:30���East   Burnaby   and   Burquitlam   idaily     except
Sunday       13:30
10:00���Timberland. Strawberry
Hill and South Westminster (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
Ladner,     Port.     Guichon,
Westham  Island    13:30
Annieville.   Sunbury (-daily
except   Sunday    13:30
0-00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday and Friday       13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday.
Thursday     and     Satur-
I10:00
10:00
9: no-
day
-Vancouver,
ing     via
Piper's
G.     N,
....13:30
Sid-
R.
Scene from
���The   Man of the Hour."   at    lhe      pers
house. Friday. Feb.  1'
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
idaily  e-;cept  Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton   (Tuesday,  Thurs-
dav,    Friday    and    Sat-
day       15:00
111:30���Tvnehead    (Tuesday   and
Friday)         15:00
j 8:30���Burnaby Lake idaily except  Sunday    16:00
1 :0:00���Abbotsford. Matsqui, Huntington, etc. idaily except   Sunday l      7:30
15:.45���Crescent. White Rock and
Hlaine (daily except
Sunday)   7:30
15:45���Hall's Prairie. Fern Ridige
and Hazlemen (Tuesday, Thui%day and Sat-
e i    Corner,"   thi nee
Bouth ���        ns, I ence < as: 20 chains
Kach lender  musl    he   accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
ence < as  �����u��,        . ������ ,       der ���f llu, ,lon.
,   ,���,., thence eas:   ba   v 1   ��� .
hains a. n  or less to the beach
thence i        aud wesl along beach to
���   ��� ��� . -.    and   containing    320
���   ��� :   lei s.
LESLIE L. DICKERMAN.
J,  A.  LKWIS.  Agent,
hate November 29, 1910.
LAND ACT.
Ri lot 46i   gi mp i, in the District
'��������������� VV< Btmlnster:
prool of the loss of certlfl-
-���'���  ' ' ���   '.     5870P, issued    in    the
Lee  Soon,  Lee  Tick  CJuon,
been filed In this office.
Is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the dale ol the lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
c i te ol tl ������ s.,id certificate, unless
::i the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofllce, New Westmln-
"er, n. <-.. January 17, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
. 5, subdivision   of   northwest
ei  of Section 16, Township  l'J,
in   the   District   of New
Wesl
oralde Minister of Public Works, equal
to ten per cent of the amount of the
tender, which will be forfeited if tne
person tendering decline to enter Into
a contract when called upon to do s i,
or fail to complete the work contracted for, lf the tender be not accepted
the cheque will be returned
The Department does not hind itself
accept the lowest or any tender.
By Older.
r. c.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa   February S. 1911.
Newspapers will not he paid for this
advertisement if they insert it withou'
SEALED TENDERS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed Tender
for Steel Tug for Vancouver, IL I.,
will be received until 4:00 p. nu. on
Mondav, February 13, 1911. for the
conatruction of a steel Tug Boat fo,
Vancouver, B. C.
Plans specification and form of con
tract can be Been and forms of tender obtained at the offlces ot H. A
Bayfield, Esq., Supt. of Dredges. New
Ve' minster. H. C, Wm. Henderson,
J.,  Resident   Architect.  Victoria   B
, and on application to the   Post
muter  at   Vancouver,   H.  t .
"peraon    tendering are notified that
������;;,;���,.  will not be considered un'ess
Esq.,
""strain ter, itenders wm n*.. ~* -----���--- ,   ,
���   ���       wo,,!' of the    loss    of cer-i made  on   the   pi toted    oms  Sl ipi  id
, ....   , i ��    ...oi.    ihi.lr   nctu.ll    si. u i
"Orate ot title number 122B4P, Issue I
::i l!"   i   me of 1 lector  Ferguson, has
a this office.
Is hereby given thai 1 shall,
'   ex] I ration of one month from
��� the firs! publication hereof,
'���'���'.. " '-iii;.  newspaper published in the
' New Westminster,   Issue   a
dui"
Boys' 3-Piece
Suits, $3.00
Boys' Suits
worth from $5.00 to $8.00
for $3.00 the Suit
There is only a limited number of these
Come early while the sizes are complete.
Ages 10 to 15 years.
: ihe said certilicale, unless
' ��� intlme valid objection    be
<  in writing.
('. S. KEITH,
, Hist rid Registrar of Titles.
'���;'";' Registry office,
New Westminster, B, C, January
.dgned  With   -heir  actual    sigh*
'     es    statin,   their   occupations   and
X..s of residence    ta lhe -ase ol
." ,     the actual  signature   the   nu-
fureo   th pupation and Place o
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Rei
���ot�� 14, IB, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
llll|l 40, suburban block 6, map 610,
j'' the City of New Westminster,
whereas proof of the loss of certifies ol ini,. number 1(151 IF, issued in
J'"' name of .lames Rosebrougb Lawry
na* been Bled In this office.
Notice la hereby given that I shall
, osidei.ee of each member ol the firm
mS0i?8teffirn"muSl he accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a cheered
,,:,���,, payable to the order of the Hon
Sl The Minister pf Public Worl*
equal to ten per cent (10 p. c.)����� ���
amount of the tender, Which iU
Forfeited if the person tendering de-
SS to enter Into a contract when
caned upon .to. do so  or fail to com
    nlote the work contracted for.     f   n
finder be  not accepted   tte* cheque
will be returned.
The Department does noi u an
self to accept   the  lowest or any  ton-
der. ,
By order.
li. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
January   12,   1011. , .
a will tl t be rail fot tv��
Shirts
Fine soft front shirts, values from $1.25, $1.50 to
$2.25, to clear at 95c.
Full Range of Ceylon Flannels at 95 cts.
For This Week Only
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Railway Time  Tables
B   C. E. H. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scnedule.
; Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 und 8:0��
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:SO p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m.. and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 am.
Sunday Schedule.
j Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m.. and
[    every    half    hour    thereafter   until
I    11:30 p.m.
I Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m.. and every halt
hour thereafter until  11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 pm.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave  Westminster
at 8 ii.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to H) p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:28
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:16 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 1:03 p. m.;
arrives Seattle 7:46 p. ta.
Leaves     N'ew     Westminster     4:28
p. in.;   arrives  Seal ue  W:4U  p. in.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:16
a. in.; arrives Seattle 11:46 a. ni.
Leaves   Seaiile   8:.Ufi   a. in.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:60 p. m.
,     Leaves Seattle 18:06 p. ui., arrives
New Westminster 6:65 p. m.
Leaves   Se;iii If   -I  ���������'   I'- '!'������
New Westminster 0:26 P   m.
Leaves se.mie 11:46 p. ui.
New Westminster lt:8ll a.m.
arrives
arrives
neieoy given  mo   i  *iun.,j     Xewspnpein ***""  '    ".',..  i,   wilh
1  expiration of one month from advertisement It  tney ''M   .       .
sol the _rsl publication hereof, 0���t authority from the Depattme^
11 '������ newspaper published In tho ' ^sssssss *"
N'-w Westminster,   issue    i'   lirTinN rale of timber pcpth
l|'"''   -1 the said certltlcate, unless   *ull'lN(J  DOMINION   LANDS.
' n" meantime valid   objection   be      COVL       "
"Wde to me In writing.
Cl|
Reid&
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday from biid.e passenger
station 8:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Oulchon 8:00 a.m.
dailv. except Sunday: arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
..   ..   .,..,.,, Th(��    right   to   out   timber    under,
District ke'glSr of Titles. Ih-ense on Berth No. 631 comprising |
v'1 i:' tor* office the following lands ..the I rovmcc o
"���" Westminster. B.C.. February 3, British* Columbia, will be offered at
1011. I public auctioti at  tbe upset puce oi |
Successors to Reid & Company
~r.*  n i      u-    ********* The Store of  Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street.
q#   n.   R.���Surras   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:*W n.m; arrives
bridge passen. er station, New Westminster, 10-.2U a. in. dally execept
Sunday. . .. .
Leaves New Westminster bridge
piisserx.er station 3:Ml p. m.i arrive*
Sumas 8.00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
tl
I
E PACK  EIGHT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
FRIDAY, FEBRUA
RY 10,
I -
I
t
1
t
a
e
e
tl
ni
fo
I
/
lil
I ���
I
YES
i
When contractors
consider   _&&*}���',
���    f> S
service arfl^ gRfce,
they place their
orders with
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
Rev. J. :'. Henderson has been confined to t b lie ise for sever.:1 day:;
with an at ack ol grippe.
Ice cream on land
tram ofiice.   Phone
lra A. Reid, next
110'. **
An enjoy ible smol er was I eld In
Lhe Bu nabj nunici I ha 1 yi sterdnj
evening, under t iie a i pi. es cl the
Burnab]   board   ���    Lrad
The manager of the Westminster
Citj football to 11 re ,easts tbat all
p] tyers ! e on hand ,*., .u.-.aly square
ai half pasi two for the game with the
Rangers tomorrow.
It is rumon d that H. M Gibbs, a
director of the Western Steel corporation,   has    invested     $60,     in    the
neighborhood of steel Cit;.
We are in the market for I i
making si In; l< 3. Wah b Sa ih
Poor factory.   Phi ne 413.
The funeral of Ch: rles J.  lo' i ito  .
wh > was hilled by a falling b uldei in
a quai rj   a! o\ e Mi ssion on Thursday
morning, will take place to laj
Murchie's mortuarj parlors.
Percy  Sheppard, a  young  man    of
Ladner wl o Is accused of af.miul ite:
Six chairs in operation at the Hub  ing drugs to a  young    woman     will
Bhaving parlors.   No waiting.        **      come up for speed) trial befo.e Jud-e
I Howay this morning.
The flexible water pipe for carrying the city water under, the north arm city Poundkeeper R. II. Batt yes
of the Praser to l.ulu island is ex-iterday Incarcerated a cow belonging
peeled iii the city iii a day or two. It : to one of the clt) i oil :emen, wh i ha i
has been landed In Vaucouver off the to pay up li'^e an ordinary individual.
steamer Lonsdale; of the Mexican line, i
BE IIN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the accident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY   IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
NOW IS IHE TIME
.1. E. .lames, advance agent for "Tbe
Man of the Hour." which is (he attraction here at the opera house on Thursday, is in the city arranging preliminary details for the production of the
show.
In the police court yesterday one
drunk forfeited his hail and a man
named Skop, a Jew peddler from Vancouver, was allowed out on suspended
sentence after being found guilty of
a breach of the trades license by-law.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208 **
invitations are out for the first annual ball and supper to he given by
the officers and members of the Royal
City Camp No. 13602, Modern Woodmen of America, in St. Patrick's hall
on Wednesday, February 22,g&| S__*%
o'clock. Tl*
A rotary brush car for u-e il IjjjjKR
ing the B. C. B. R. tracks on I'UlStliilfta
street, and a certain width of thAiM.-!-
way on each side, arrived from^&e
east yesterday morning and will���*le
put to use early next week.
Mrs. D. Welsh will not receive this
month, on account of indisposition.
During her illness she is staying at
the residence of her son. C. A. Welsh,
Sixth street.
G. M. Gibbs. a Canadian director of
tin Western Steel corporation,"was in
tbe city sixain yesterday, lie hi! a
conversation with Mayor Lee and with
A. R, Dufresne concerning the pos-
fttftitttties of the Steel  Citv site otl  the
south  bank of the Fraser.
Seven Chinamen, responding to
summonses issued for them for keeping gaming houses in Chinatown, appeared before Magistrate Edmonds
yesterday morning, Tbey were all
found guilty and each lined $7e and
costs of the court, Th.e city treasury
was richer by $539 when Chief Brad
siiavv finished gathering in the fines.
according to
will not be
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
For Hot Water
Bottles
Thermos
Bottles
Chest
Protectors
Electropodis for
Cold Feet
BIG STOCK
Curtis' Drug Store
New    Weitmlnster.    B    C.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
Mme. GAULTIER
PARISIAN DRESSMAKER
Evening  Dress Suits,  Blouses, etc,
all  new fashions from  Paris.
513 COLUMBIA STREET.
Fresh Arrivals
POPHAM'S
Salome Chocolates
AT
MUM'S DRUG STARE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
A meeting of the y. m. c. a. bull
in- committee will be held at four I
o'dock Monday afternoon, when the
contract for the superstructure will
probably he awarded. The contractor'
whose contract is favored by the com-
miitre is io be present at the meeting
to di jcus   Bundi y detaiis.
Evangelist Herbert Booth again
spoke to a large audience ai Queens
Avenue church last iii^lit, taking bis
theme from the fifty-third chapter of
islah. At the dose he beld a consecration service, a large number attending. Mr. Booth vvill deliver a
lecture cn "Toys" to young people ou
Sunday afternoon, and on Monday
evening will deal with "Social Problems."
In a letter written to his brother, R.
11. Sands, Harold Sands, of Pasadena,
Cal., congratulates the local representative of the family on living in a
place nol <jnite so damp as his own
home in the sunny south. During the
month of February Pasadena had a
total rainfall of ten inches, and the
three days preceding the writing of
the letter averaged one Inch. Tne
Pasadena .Mr. San Is advises that the
letter s be not deleted from the first
syllable of the name of this clty.
A ceremony uniting Sid Newington,
of this city, and .Miss l.ydia Barrett, Of
Vancouver, in the holy bonds of matrimony was performed yesterday bj
Kev. A. Dunlop. at St, Albans church,
Hnrnaby, ihe bride being given away
by P. B. Hrown, of Edmonds. After
the tying of the nuptial knot, which
was witnessed hy a large number ol
friends of the contracting parties. Mr.
and Mrs. Newington he-Id a receptldn
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. VV. S.
Rose, Edmonds, later leaving for the
south, where the honeymoon will bo
spent.
KANSAS   GROWS   'EM   TALL.
Bachelor,    Over    Seven    Feet    High,
Takes an  Elongated   Bride.
Ottawa, Kan , Fen. 9.���Oscar KrauB,
of  Pomona, known   as   the "Kansas
Giant,     who  recently   wrote  asking  a
place on the Kansas City police force,
has decided he does nol want the job.
Mr. Kraus, who is a bachelor, and is
so, in   feet   four  inches  tall,   has  lift'
home for Houston. Kan , telling; his re*I
lathes that he would return in a few
days   with   an   elongate I    wile.       His'
fiancee, who lives In Longton, is six!
feel  five inches tall. '
MARRIED. |
NEWINGTOtf��� BARRETT ��� THURS-
day, February 9, hy the Uev. A. Dunlop, at St. Albans church, Burnaby,
Sidney Newington, of New Westm lister, to Miss Lydla Barrett, of Vancouver, 1
 i
Lake of the
Woods j
Royal! Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCED^TO
$L75
PER SACK
Today's    advertisement    will
spread the news of the continuance
of our big alteration sale.   Alterations to our store,
present   indications,
completed inside of three weeks.
Thousands   of   dollars' worth of
winter goods remain on our shelves,
odd lines and left-overs; they must
be cleared out.    Price TICKETS
throughout the store tell the story
of low priced   offerings.    Watch
our   advertisements  in the daily
papers.   Visit the store as thousands have done during the past
few weeks, and you will find that
our inside displays are interesting,
and  provide many money-saving
opportunities.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
The
Royal Bank of Canada
up
Capital  paid
Reserve       	
The Hank has 1 IB
extending iu Canada
Atlantic to the Pacific
J6.200.000
6,900,000
brandies,
lm  i    the
in Cuba,
throughout   the   Island,   also   in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW    YORK    and    LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts  issued   without   delay
on all  tbe  principal Towns and
Cities In the World.
These   excellent    connections
afford  every   banking   facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
lf
j FRUIT Ai POULTRY RANCHES
| CLOSE TO TRAM LINE
* Unusual circumstances enable us to offer five five-acre blocks at a
price he-low the market value. These blocks are located In the most
fertile belt of bench land in Surrey. They are close to the Chilliwack tramline, and will make first-class fruit and poultry ranches,
Clearing light, Hoil rich and de-p.
Price,  $125.00 per acre
Adjoinino blocks $150 per acre. Terms,  one-quarter cash;   balance  in
three payments.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    D, 5:00, 6:20, 6:50, i
and every half- hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver  at  6,  V,  S  and every
hour until 11  p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Express  cars  leave  New   Westminster for Vancouiiver at 7:20 a. "'��� ll ''
a. m , and :i;L'(i p. in.
CITY AND SAPPERTON LINES:
City.
20-minute service from 6:40 a. m. until   11:20   p.   na
service  fiom   s   a.  m.   until   11:20   p.m.
Sapperton:
20-mlnute senlce from fi:10 a. m. until   11:30  p. m
nervlce fiom  8:10 n. in.  unlll   11:30 p. m.
_ULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER    BR*NC:!. w9
I Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hoUl
lifter up to ll p. m., connecting al Eburne Junction for Steveston
SUNDAY     SERVICE: y|
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a   -     "'   '   '
hour thereafter up lo 11  p. tn.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Heave New Westminster -I: IE p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 'J a. m, and <> p. m
Bunday-20-mln it*
gjnJaj - J"0'-'
a
and   every
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO*
BORN.
rt & Co., Ltd.
Are You Aware
LAMB���AT ALEXANDER PARK,
od IheHth Instant, to Mr, and Mrs.
H. O. Lamb, a eon. i
Vane
ouver
Victoria
Chilliwack
Aldergrove
thai  electric power is avallahle fromiour mains, which now ex !?-���,
in addition to branch mains���fiom the west end    of the    city   -\
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then  vlfl BrUl     ���
street to (lie Brunette river '.'
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   0
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive,
Applications   for   electric   power service miiy  he made at tM      ^
pane's local  office, (������ a  postal  mailed  lo the head office, vanco
will also receive prompt nt tent Ion.
B. C Electric Railway Co'y, U
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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