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 PORT  MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMIN8TER,
.(lM-ME 6, NUMBER 9.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH  15. Mil
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TO ASSIST m^
STARVING IN CHINA:
VANCOUVER     CHINESE
TELLS  WESTMINSTER
0F   GREAT   NEED   OF
sTRICKEN   COUNTRY.
CONSUL
PEOPLE
FAMINE
, p0orly al tended meeting was held
l��� the council chambers yesterday
evening w1"" wa>'8 and means where
���������������������������������������������������
*) Time for Another.
���*��� Vancouver, March 15.���At
lust nl. Id's meeting of tho
license commissioners it was
decided to recommend to the
city council that the hours
when licensed bars may be
open be extended to midnight,
Since the beginning of the year
the bars have closed at.
o'clock, Saturda
���������������������������
���*������������������
: ENGLISHMEN COMING
TO BUY FRUIT EARMS
i.vs at
eleven
10 p.m.
DOUKHOBORS BUY OUT
KOOTENAY JAM COMPANY
WEALTHY BRITISHERS REACH
MONTREAL ON THEIR WAY TO
BAYNES LAKE, B. C, WHERE
MONEY   WILL   BE   INVESTED.
LOCAL TEAM NINTH AT
SPOKANE TOURNAMENT
F.OYAL CITY PINTOSSERS MAKE
GOOD SHOWING AGAINST THE
CRACKS OF WESTERN AMERICA
���VANCOUVER   NO. 2  IS THIF.D.
��� ��� ���
���
��� ������������������������������<���
stricken    people    of
IU
bv the Limine ^^^^^^^^
China mifclit be asslste.l were con-
ildereil- Mayor Lee said he did not
requlre to remind the people of this
titv of the terrible needs of the starv-
lag Chinese al this time. The public
,,. ol the country had devoted
much Bpace to the sufferings endured
and it was up to Canadians to help to
alleviate the awful state of affairs.
Westminster must take her share of
the burden and the Miniate, iai association of this city, which had primarily
Nelson,    Ii.
Kootenay .Iain
C, March 15.���The
���ompany has sold its
plant to the Doukhobors who recently
settled in this district In the vicinity
of Westminster. The removal of the
company is because the ranchers are
devoting attention to apples instead
of to small fruits, whicli the company
hopes to obtain in lar. er numbers on
the coast.
Charged  With  Blackmail.
London, Marcli 14.���Alexander Tech.
enladief, who is accused of conspiring
with "Count" d'Aulby de  Gatigny   to
blackmail  the  Duchess   de   Choiseul-
formerly Mrs. Charles Ilamll-
Montreal, March IS.���As a result of
a series of    illustrated    lectures    de-1
livered In England under the auspices j
of the Grand Trunk railway system, a f  g    k ()n   ,he  thir(]  d
party   arrived   here   vesterdav   from
the  steamer  Cana.la.  tlie  destination ' of lhe  Western  Howling Congress ln
being Haynes lake, British Columbia,   the Armouries here re
Spokane, March 16.���(Special to the
Daily News.)���The score Of -000 pins
made by the Great American Laundry
��� Big Lumber Dtfal,
��� Nelson, B.C., Match  lu.���Eor
��� a consideration of one million
��� dollars    the    Patrick    Lumber
��� company  lias disposed  of    its
��� planl and nine thousand acres
��� of land on the    Little    Slocan
��� tiver to the    Britisli    Lumber
��� corporation, of .Montreal.
I BUST TO	
ERASER MEMORIAL
��� ������������������������<���������*������������
BARNEY   OLDFIELD    IS
SELLING   HIS  FAST   CARS
FAMOUS FIRM OF CANADIAN
SCULPTORS COMMISSIONED TO-
COMPLETE MONUMENT ERECTED   IN   HONOR   OF  NAVIGATOR.
The party Is composed of retired
army officers, professional men and
university graduates, with their wives
and families.
On arrival at Baynes lake it is the
intention to purchase specially selected fruit farms on terms to be arranged, - i
It is understood that the combined
capital brought out by the party is
about $200,000.
^^^^^   emained
twenty-four   hours
as the
steady
^^^^^^^^^   Praslln ^^^^^^^^
moved In the matter, was worthy of  ton  Paine, of Boston, was committed
' for trial in the Old Bailey police court
by the examining magistrate today.
the highest praise. The chairman real
a letter lie hud received from J. \V.
Crelghton, who regretted his absence
[rom the city, but who, In sending |lo,
said that be who gave quickly gave
twice.
Always Willing   to Help.
Rev. ('. \V. Hrown In the course of
a short tulk said the time had arrived for immediate action by the
citizens of this city w-ho had In the
past when the call for assistance came
been the first to put their hands in
their pockets and gave readily. The
disaster wliich had taken place in tlie
vast em]ire over the seas wns some-
thin, whicli waa so immense that
very few people had truly appreciated
It. The time for regrets was past,
tip and be doing wns the cry from now '
on and until Buch time as the distress
ms met. It was awful to think that
parents in that far off country were
selling and giving away their children,
their own flesh and blood In order that
they might le enabled to subsist; it
-. n ��� living, In the time to come
China vv;- di lined to be a powerful
nation, one of the meat nations of the
earth, bill at this time the government was in a transient state and un-
able lu COpe  **'fh     the     uwful   CKtU
trorhe which had overtaken their people. There had come the humatarlan
cry for i i .   wer must be math'
It once pers  of  the   l'nited
Slates had responded to the appeal
and one journi:! the Christian Herald,
had senl i ��� . . im of money. The
-     ��� the  subject   much
itady, bul as he intended sermonizing
on the matter I e did nol feel that this'
������������ the pi pei la< e to give out certain points, as it would tend to make
me ol liia exclusive notes.
IU ghter ' The Chinese people were
-'���' Ina and thai waa the main point.
that was wbj this meeting had been
called, ii,. had thought out a number
ot schemes and the one which appeal-
fed most atrongl) to him was for the
peonle of this city to subscribe one
foy'i ray, Burely nol an awful lot
*hen the question was deeply considered. Real estate here had'taken
a boom and there were many who
*otiki give and  give  gladly  a  day's
Employees as Stockholders.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 14��� Westinghouse interests,  it  was   reported   on
good authority    today,    are    making
plans to take their Mo.ooo employees in        ^^^^^^^HHmmuM ��� 	
as   stockholders,   following  a   slmllarf**0*8"*-. Tllis is the Hrst tlme that
scheme   put   into   operation    by
l'nited  States Steel corporation.
BURNABY   WILL   ENTER
CITY   LACROSSE   LEAGUE
If enthusiasm and determina'lon
count for anything. Kast Burnaby will
figure largely in the interme liati lacrosse history of this city this season, I
for an effort is to be made to place'
in the field a team able to give the
town  hoys a hard run for the cham-
Indianapolls, March 14.���In a telegram received last night from E. A.
Motoss, former manager of the Indianapolis Speedway, he announced that
lie had bought the motor racing outfit
Of Barney Oldfield, at San Antonio,
yesterday, and would ask the American Automobile association to rein-
I state the "Blitzezn Benz." the "Prince
I Henry" and the "Giant Knox."
The cars were disbarred, with their
owner, after OldflelJ's race with Jack
_^^^^^_^^^^^__   I Jobnson. the heavyweight  champion.
The Westminster team is ninth on j     Moross said Oldfield would not ask
the list with 24!tfi pins to its credit,     i reinstatement.   He added that he pur-
Following  are the  Westminster in-   t ose 1 entering tlie cars in the Florida
races this month and in the summer's
Ate.   meets.
174 I     Moross also said he would petition
151  the automobile racing authorities   to
best   after
bowling. 1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
The Vancouver bowling team No. -'
!<��� now in third place in the tourney,
having made the creditable total of
8627.
dividual scores
1 2
Chamberlin   ..201 174
O'Connor  ..   .141 160
Corbett 171 158
Marshall ..  ..180 181
Willette  . .   ..131 100
3 Ttl.
148���523
153���400
170���499
185���540
179���470
166
182
157
GRAY & GILCHRIST.
in
the
CALGARY WILL HAVE
BIG HUDSON BAY STORE
Burnaby has seriously considered   Its
possibilities   from   a lacrosse   standpoint, but if it has taken a long while    ... .      .     , -      ,   . - -   - -
to  wake up the awakening  lias been   christ- who have embarked In the real
Weil Known    City   Men    Embark
Real Estate Business.
If a long connection with the city
for anything these days then
A.  W. Gray and    D. W. Gil
reinstate Ben Kircher and his Dar-
raci| car, formerly of Oldfield's "outlaw" team.
counts
Messrs.
Dynamited Bank; Got $50,000.
Canandalgua, N. Y., March 14.���
Armed posses today are searching for
men who last night dynamited the
bank at Rushvllle, near here, and escaped with $50,000. Details of the robbery have nat been received.
Company  Plans to  Put Up Ten Story
Building in Foothills City���Will
Cost $1,500,000.
Winnipeg, March 15.���The Hudson's
Bay company announced yesterday
that it would build a len story store
in Calgary, planning to make this the
Inrprst   department    store   in   Canada.
Tbo building wili cost in the neighborhood of ii million mid a half dollars.
No date lias been announced for
the commencement of building operations.
complete, and there is now every indication that a team worthy of con-
I sideralion will emerge from the woods
i in a couple of months time and make
a descent on Queens park with fe 1
and evil designs.
A  preliminary    meeting    was    held
1 yesterday   evening   in   George   Leaf's
I store.   Burnaby.   when   a   round   table
I discussion was in lulged In.    A general
meeting   will   be  held  next     Tuesday.
when officers wi 1 he elected and other
necessary business transacted.
estate   business  in  the  Trapp  hlock
075 Columbia stieet, will quickly make
good.    For  fourteen  years Alderman I
Gray has been a well known    figure
here  and  as  a member of the  Royal
City  Mills  firm has  given proof that
he knows just what is re |Uired in the
buying and selling market.    His part-i
ner,   Mr.   Gilchrist,  managed     Annan-
dale's branch store and   the knowledge
gained there will be of great benefit
to the new firm in the business just
opened.     Already   Messrs.  Gray     and
HATS TILT OVER FAliES OF
FAIR WEARERS THIS YEAR
Millinery   Parlors    are  Crowded  with
Society Women Agog ta See Dame
Fashion's Latest Creations.
Messrs. Cale, Martin and  Mansfield   Gilchrist have been given much beav
WINNIPEG IS WINNER
WHEN   MAN  WEDS AGAIN
were named a committee to secure a
suitable practice ground, with instructions to report on Tuesday at the
first annual meeting.
At the present time It does not ap;
pear to be the intention of East
Burnaby to join the pi oposed Fraser
Valley I.aeiosse league, but affiliati.m
will probably follow later.
business to handle and as their clients
are merchants of standing In the city
it is a sure sign that the time was
opportune for the plunge into the real
estB$e, insurance and valuation sea,
through the waves of which Gray and
Gilchrist will swim to success both
for themselves and their clients.
Winnipeg. March 15. ��� Because
Widower T. Wardell is to be married
again, tbe city will be the better off
by a $10,000 public fountain, this being one of tiie provisions In tlie will
of Warden's first wife, operative on
the above contingency.
ENGLISH BIRDS ARE
NOW REING IMPORTED
LONG LOST BOY FOUND
BY HELP OF NEWSPAPERS
\
SASKATOON   TO   HAVE
A   CLEANING-UP   DAY
Over Two Hun-red   Songsters   to   Be
Brought  From    London   to  Victoria
���Cost Will  Be  Over $100.
Disappeared  Last  December   and   Located   in   Calgary   Children's   Shel
ter Nearly Three Months Later.
Extremes meet in the 1911 spring
creations, insofar as size is considered,
lt is equally correct for milady to
wear a gorgeous creation thut not on';.'
shades, but also hides, the face beneath, or a dainty turban witli just a
suspicion of trimming, and close fitting as a hobble skirt.
Mrs. Moore's millinery parlors, Columbia street, were literally besieged
yesterday by throngs of fair Westminster women anxious to buy���or more
probably see knd feel���the dernier cri
in hats from Gay Paree. An orchestra
had been engaged for the occasion and
the parlors tastefully decorated with
fragrant flowers.
Moore volunteered  her assis
| Herbert pere et flls, the best known
firm of Canadian sculptors, is now
working on the fashioning of a bronze
bust of Simon Fraser, the first navigator of the river which hears his name,
and which will before long surmount
the marble pedestal erected in Simon's
honor about three years ago on Albert
Crescent.
The bust is to cost In the neighborhood of $800, laid down here. It will
be delivered early in September an<J
placed in position probably during
the provincial exhibition.
In addition to the bust, a brass plate
is being made by the Herberts. This
will be placed on the pedestal, and
will tell in a few words the story of
Simon Fraser's navigation of the
Fraser river.
Two Thousand Dollars Needed.
The committee which has charge of
the collecting of funds for the bust has-
figured out that it will need about
$2000 to complete the job commenced
some years ago. The bust is to cost.
$800, there is a balance of about $80f>
due to the ft. A. & I. socle'y, and the
brass plate and Incidentals are expected to ��� run the necessary amount,
up to $2000. About half of this required sum is already subsciibed or
promised.
How the Bust Was Secured.
A. E. White, of the firm of White,
Shiles  &  Co.. is in  a  great  measure
responsible   for   the   securing   of   the
bust.    Several  months    ago    he  anJ
j others had an  informal discussion on
! the    advisability    of  completing    the
monument  to   the   intrepid  explorer,
i but  nothing   definite   followed.     Last
j December   Mr.  White  was  one  of    a
I delegation sent to Ottawa to inter.lew
I the   members   of   the   federal   cabinet
j with a view to securing desired    im-
' provements  on  tbe  Fraser  river.  Be-
j   fore leaving  Mr. Wbite semied from
G. D. Brymner a letter of Introduction
to William Brymner. president of tbe
Canadian  Art and  Historical  society.
Through   the   latter   he  entered   into
communication      with      Henri      ami
Philippe  Hebert, the Canadian sculptors, and secured their estimate on a
bronze bust for the marble shaft.
Nothing definite was decided upon,
but shortly after Mr. White's return
he came to the conclusion that there
would be no difficulty in secuting the
necessary funds anl an order for a
bust as suggested was wired to the
Heberts.
In order to harmonize tbe bust with
its  surroundings  the    Heberts    have
Victoria, March  14.���The bird committee of the Natural History society,
 T at a meeting held last night, decided  recently as a result of the publication
that a day be set apart before May 1,  (0  import  about  twenty   dozen   song  of the story of his disappearance in the
Saskatoon, March  14.���A  resolution
lias been passed by the city council,
Calgary, March 14.���The fourteen-
year-old son of Joseph Maars, of Warner, Alta.. who'has been missing since
last December, was located in Calgary
Mrs 	
anee when the News representative secured photographs of the shaft from
culled to see the healgear and head- different angles, photographs of tbe
w;ear vesterdav afternoon. With surrounding scenery, and figures - of
caressing touch* she lifted and tilted distances from the street and build-
hat after hat ln order to explain its lngs behind the pedestal.
manifold  advantages���its beauty was, -
self evident. . ' SALE   OF  700.000  ACRES
There  is  nothing  daringly original               |N   pEACE river   DISTRICT
in this season-s styles, but there is a I 	
���m**}*^**W ��-     *~ n.,.lo,-n��     Imnnrt
Winnipeg, March 14.���One of the
largest acreage deals ever consummated in  western   Canada   has   Just
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ as a special civic holiday, to enable all
W when things were In a prosperous resj(ient8 to clean up their yards. Af-
rendition such  as   prevailed   at   this- ter May 1, the health by-law will be
Itlme j rigorously enforced.
Chinese Consul Speaks. ! ^ ___^�����������������
Mr. Chang, Chinese consul in Van- ! 	
[Wuver, although he had not the do was to make an appeal to the peo-
Official figures, nave an Interesting and pie of all denominations.
sraphlo account of tbe affected district The mayor, .replying to the previous
In his countn Never In the history speaker, said this was the time for
olthal empire had there been such a words as he had called the meeting
rtsitatlon. In the district where the for the purpose of hearing all phases
peateal harm had been wrought, six- and getting all opinions. If he. the
i<*n Inches ol rain had fallen In two
lass mul those ftgui
birds from England, to be liberated
In the neighborhood of Victoria. The
birds chosen were six dozen goldfinches, six do/.en brown linnets, six
dozen green linnets, and about two
dozen  English robins.    They will be
Lethbridge Herald. 	
The boy has been in the Calgary
Children's Home under the protection
of the Children's Aid Society since
December 23.
Rev. A. N. MacDonald. the secretary, happened to read the Herald on
Thursday, and immediately came   to
supplied by Whiteleys and will be pur-( t~hY conclusion that the lost boy spok-.sl q^ of   the   newest
near approach in a Parisian import
known as the "Tilt" that is a distinct
innovation. The brim of this model is
much wider on the left side than on
the right and hats are titlted to emphasize this effect. Some women who
are overdoing the fad tilt their hats to'
such an extent that they ruin the entire effect, for a shade too much tilt
mars the plcturesqueness and elegance
of the   effect and   makes   one   J~��'��
ridiculous.
creations
chased for the society by J. R. Andei- en of was the boy who had been in the I    """ ^""strives   to   produce   the'
months.   "_.__*_�� ,<_,,��� thrnn
been completed by Messrs. Thompson
and Carper, the property turned over
consisting of a parcel of land of 700,^
000 acres. It is situated In the Peace-
River district in British Columbia. The-
purchasers are a Winnipeg and southern district syndicate consisting of
gentlemen of this city and others In
America.
,..,��� The names of the purchasers have
this not yet been dlscolsed nor the figure
look
in
son who is now on hls way to London. ^^^^^^'^0^171"!^ ^^S^^^S^fL^ at Which the property is being trans
and who is to be asked to have them
thousands were drown-
8wept away by the    terrible
  ilguies would give peo-
w in this country a slight Idea of the
I 'lama. p. Mftn
ed and
[tods. No legg than 100,000 were
m""l dead from starvation and ho
felled tha
JW crop would be a heavy one. Great
"ininilty would be found In taking
���anor to the affected districts as th.^
railway Iin
I the plact
mayor, hud the ability to make appeals' shipped as soon as possible.
to the people lt would be a different]     In order to meet the expense of tills
matter, hut he hadn't. "As pejple._ and [ importation thoge interested in having
���   .    _. ,           .,    ,       .., _���    Is beautifully demonstrated in one on -_                             be done afl soon a,
immediately, giving particulars. There1 '/,...,������ ot Mr��  Moore's, made of ecru ier"���� oui,iu��    f +_^   ttW
as people calling ourselves Christians,
It   was up to us to help;   we had to
help, there wns no way out of it and
none wanted  a way out.    No matter
he death roll before thc  what our opinion of the Chinese laborers were. Mr. Chang, and although we
are a different people with a different
view of life, with everything so very
changed from what they nre In your
_^^_^^^_^________________   country, remember that we are true
""fa were aiH0 off the main line of 80ns and daughters of Canada who are
,rav''l The roads over there were at this time out to help a great cause
'"ads in aame only. In making a and we are going to help. We may
appeal to the people of this city have grievances against your people
consul said;
'Think Continental!.."
these birds brought here are asked to
ca were far removed from
trlcken whilst the steam-
is now
Maars.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Since the middle of December. Joseph Maars has been searching for his
contribute.   Over one hundred dollars  J0" *ntdH haf **���\tiseA ^ f,om
Lethbrldge to Oklahoma.   At the same
will be needed, and should   the   sub- time the children's Aid society of Cal-
scriptions to the fund prove sufficient, gary and   the  Dominion   government
additional    birds    will    be    orderel.  authorities  have  been  seriously  con-
Monev mav be sent to F. Napier Deni- Bld��r{?��  U!e deI)0''tia1tlon (of   the boy
.   . ,  "       _ and have been making strenuous ef-
son, secretary of the association; Har- fortg ,0 asc,ertaln sufficient facts of bis
old Nation, treasurer:  Arthur S. Bar- previous residence, blthplace and iden-
ton, chairman of the committee, or to tlty to permit this action.   Maars has
Already been enjoying the hospitality of Cal-
, giving particulars, rnere " -;i7at ���r8. Mo0re's, made of ecru ^"1"^^B^-^
doubt   of the   identity   Of Jgg with a rtm ?f satirt and vehet ^Carperj^ (. ^ ^
this and other business
iT looks, but the transactions.   The deal has been pend-
m
roses
in
sound so beautiful MW^    -for the last couple of months, and
colors harmonize and the light sum       . connection Mr. Thompson has
i���g through the    pongee    upon     he   n ^ from     prolonBed ����
S^JB^&^^'Kfi vis,t where he had a 8P
    fewr
J.IB1.S **j** ���"Bi^S^S^S^S^^^^^B
i weeks.
slbilities.
Many   of   the
strange metallic hues.
new   ��������""���   �����"r ba:~o# deals completed in the Peace
llMC W 8ofhurnt straw  River district  during  the  past    fewr
color and all the shades of burnt straw   Kiver ^^ c
to
ed Tte energies" to   this   property of
i dtrpct
the
"ho not
a��J' figure
itn think
P'cat sui,
lei the race, our race, cut
We ask you at this time
contlnentally.    Our's Is    a
ow and time of trouble and
and we may have a prejudice to them
In many ways, but as a nation to   a
woman
any member of the society   _ 	
a number of subscriptions have been gary   meantime  and   has   grown   so
promised and some paid. fond of his abode that he was disap-  woman ��u��=~  .
Thc committee exercised great care pointed yesterday when Rev. MacDon- ,lSht Blde than ��n tlle ie" rJJJ
;-..-"" - ���_, ���      ���. .... . in the choice of varieties, ln order not aid lnforme.l him of the sudden term- hat that virtually covers  ner
nation we-have none and this is no       br,     , whlch     , ht ,     n ,nation   f ,,   father,8 h h
on Hi     a ore" Ifuture Prove �������>''ns to farmers or queer coincidence by  which   It   was
  .,   "     \.   .���' , __-M   0,,..���et_H ihit'fruit   growers.     Even   song   thrushes brought about. |
���  8or"l> require vour heln    A dollar ��i.��� i��L��i ����,���h����I. ��L wTIm��i.w��i  were burred on account of the objec-     Owing to his defective articulation
!? *>"  bslieve mTgo a''veTy long c^SSW^lufftoS^Itions from  fruit sr0wers'     Sky,ark* the boy wa8 unab,e ,0 *ive the Bec,e<
1 "lmM  h""""' D?-lne ..    . _�� -?���...: i were not included in the list, as the tary of the C. A. S. his correct name|
tate^ngfedwlth other shades.
There Is every kind of bonnet ^ 	
needs of the   �����menL    .-- -****  -   ���--   ���           the whQ,e of
whose face Is prettier on the Orand^Tr.mK                     reoorts that
.. ��v,������ na* the* left can wear a i anau.i.    **"���              i_,**___* taken ia
up on there Is tremendous Interest 11^"'���
cut   off   in the P*are River district lust now, let-
snlVthe needs of the   moment.   The wbicb It has .the ^n*Ung   taM��J
tbe back to shoSt hS��M ��*P 5 &���**&+** JS.M2S
% and
1 better.
will he put lo"as good.'if not uie subscription list.   He had a ve,">' i birds   which   were   imported
,,, ���    ,, ... _     j-n         rat  .     *     ����.*    thr.    ChinPflP    neOnlfi. I *_- J���l-.~    ��,��!!      nrarl
some and he was entered on the register a.
.ban a^U^ar; "of ^at7eV.;ct>"the Chinese people-! ^ ff?* ^ ^"and i^was EyeiLy To^thlsjs due V^weeks
number at present^^^^H     0fficlal8'
S,,^tl.S^rHe��rpreeS: JS? had";;! man; espies to   the j ?���*h ^'^w^'l^e the anxiety and worry of the parents and
Slighter.)    But, gentlemen," do not white.race.        ..           ���                  .
y any  cheese.    When  we  In  an Mr.  Henderson  formally    proposed
"totwl district a little while ago ap- that a committee of live citizens be
l^'l for help, a merchant sent    a. appointed with power to add to theli
of cheese which was a waste
M�� km
"ft
"we nini money, as mv people have
sta,
t'lirji
anv
ronched   the   cheese   eating
1 feel that your pity and your
K" *W be with us at this lime and
action you may take wl'l   not   he
an
I'R.
1 thank you, Mr. Mayor
''Pinlemon, for being permitted to offices of this city.
ffiSB ion."
ci,,,0', >,r- Henderson,   PL   Andrews
fn, said this was a time for work
to h ' ' w""''s "id cnlled the meeting
!,���,,.. "'' "nd get about thnt work on
"'' (H ' not think that the mat-
one for the churches; It was
number, This was duly seconded and
the following were chosen:' Messrs,
,T. W. Crelghton, J. C. Loree, Walter
R. Gilley, Rev. J. S. Henderson and
Alderman Bryson.
Petitions will be drafted this morn-
Ip" and placed In the banks and public
It was agreed Ihat
Body Washed on Belgian Shore
Believed That of Grace, Aviator
"nil
'ar wi,
1 "ational event and the right thing to day from the pulpits,
Ostend, Belgium, March 15.���A body
����������� ��        ��� - washed ashore near this place yester-
school children be specially appealed, aftenloon ,��� belleved t0 be that
to and arrangements made so that tho,     '
youngsters of Westminster may con-|or Cec11 Grnce> the English actor-
tr'.bute their mites in with their re- aviator who was drowned last Decern-
snpctlvo  teachers.     Ministers    of all  ber
aZ?l^^rS^nS Sui;:1    blends of Grace wlll be here today
from England In order to view the
hat that
the   off   side       	
the back to Bhowaaeaumu. ����, --  ^Vrfday"' That there will be a great
hair or they are draped With Waeons ewryw the   COP11t)S
and laces to hl.'e any defects in that rush M^^^ by the ronti���ned ��"-
respect. Collllter * Co. rivals from across tbe border in tl T-
hi SS th* m.nv crea-1 ferent towns In Alberta preparatory to
, N0,ofeth^mKS art e���hlbl ed In making the greater Journey as soon a,
Ti <*o Ste? store are the Immense the season^pens.
Srtnri SE trimmed  withjarge Hat 	
with |
Inheritance Tax Vested.
Topeka, Kan., March 14.���Go' ernof
Stubbs vetoed todav the Inheritance
tax law nassed by the recent session:
of the legislature. The new bll!
changed the old law to exempt direct
heirs from liability under the law.
rosette of"gold lace and faced
pnld and a large picture hat In bbicK
iace'trimmed with blue willow plume
nnd nink roses. Other popular styles
"re 1 "pressed hat wltb high crown
. - , Uiu. g brim, with white aigrettes
and fancy ornaments, ,^ *�������
hemp hat with lace and small floweis.  ___	
The noke effect also has its adherents,!
I   has the smart Napoleon, the latter, cutting Down Hours-
tin" faced with black velvet and Loa An(reies. March 14.���Actinc up-
vimmed with plumes, while the on orders from general headquarter-*,
former comes with pink crown and empioyee8 of the motive and car de-
uillow feather. ,      partments  of   the   Southern    Pacific
tn the matter of colors, the popular  raiiway  today  began  working   eight
=SlSS HSS=S|S 5p��%S-
starting point. .    more attention than the others. affected.^^^^^g^|
body and see if identification Is still
possible.
Grace is believed to have fallen
with his machine In the North sea on
his return trip from Dover to Calais.
He was the first English airman   to
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
1911.
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KELLINGTON & HENDRY
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WANTED���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply Windsor hotel.   Good wages,
WANTED���WE HAVE TO LOAN
$20,000, amounts of $500 upwards.
P. Peebles, 620 Columbia sireet.
WANTED���FIRST CLASS TROUSER
maker. Apply ��������� N. Aitchlson, Columbia street.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY WISHES
position as housekeeper, companion
or helper. Apply Hox K, Daily News.;
WANTED ��� STRONG WOMAN TO j
wash clothes, Apply 503 Second]
street, corner Fifth avenue.
WANTED���GIRL OR WOMAN TO DO|
]iuht.   housework   and    assist    with
children.   Apply to Mrs. Avery, 813 j
St. Andrews street.
WANTKD���AN OFFICE HOY FOK I
real testate office, Apply Diamond
& Corbould, Lavery block.
(A) TWO LOTS, 132 feet frontage on
Sixth .treet, 103 feet deep. Price
$6300; $2U0(i cash, balance (1, 12 and
18 months.   This is cheap property.
(B) SURREY���For sale, 132 acres, 50
acres cleared, on Coast Meridian
road, one-quarter mile from Surrey
Centre. Price $130 per acre; one-
quarter cash, balance one, two and
three years. This is a real goo 1
buy.
(C) GOOD modern six roomed house,
lar. e lot, on Fourth    avenue,    neat-
Sixth    street.     $3500.    $600    cash, j
balance over two years,
(D) LOT facing on Moody square, only
$1000. ;
(E) ONE AND A HALF acres on
Eighth avenue, $6000. This will
make ten good lots worth $750 each.
P. PEEBLES
THREE lots on corner of Eighth
street, facing Moody Square, $3100,
easy terms.
TWO lots on Ash street in the old
Clute property, $1000 each, one-
quarter cash; balance 6, l- and is
months.
SAPPERTON���Lots $50 cash and $10
per month.
CANADA'S NICKEL
AN EMPIRE NEED!
Do Not Waste Mo
WITHOUT ONTARIO'S SUPPLY NO
NATION BUT FRANCE COULD
MANUFACTURE ARMOR PLATE.
NOVEL THEORY   ADVANCED.
(F)   LOT on    Twelfth    street,
Fourth avenue, only $1000
below
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown  Bank  Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 6S0. New Westminster
WANTKD ��� A    PEW    GOOD    LIVE
salesmen to handle subdivision pro-;
perty.    Hig  commissions    paid    to
right men.   Call at Kdson Syndicate,
4-15 Columbia street, city.
WANTKD ��� OIRL FOU GENERAL
housework. Apply 403 St. George
street. 	
MACCALLUM BROS.
SAPPERTON���A well built, strictly
modern eight roomed house with
furnace, on 66 foot lot. Exceptionally line river view. Price $3200;
$100(i cash, balance easy.
WANTKD ��� THOROUGHLY     GOOD;	
housekeeper. Apply in person tm- SAPPERTON���Four 33 by 132 foot
mediately to F. T. Cliff, Kast Burna- lots, cleared, $5;10 each; $100 cash,
bv balance 6, '.��, 12 and 15 months.
OUR    SHINGLES    ARE   A
better than is necessary.
lay them cheaper. They
belter roof. Westminster
Ltd. Call 860. Hox 1003. If yo.i
prefer, order them with your lumber through  Small &  Hucklin.
LITTLE I HAMILTON STREET���Two large lots,
You can|     $050  each;   one-third  cash,  balance
make    ai    0 and 12 months.
Mill Co., 	
LOT on  Princess street   near   Fourtn
street, price $700, on terms.
�����
LOT on  Princess street near   Second
street;  [trice $(100, on terms.
WEST End lots; lot on Nanaimo
street near Sixteenth street, facing
south; price $850, on good terms.
THREE lots, corner of Toronto and
Eighteenth street, facing soutli;
only $1800; terms- one-third cash;
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
TWO lots on Seventh avenue, near
Second street, for a few days only;
price $1600, on good terms.
ONE and a half story house on Ash
street, between Fifth and Sixth
avenues; eight-room modern, cellar,
stable and chicken house; sixteen
bearing fruit trees; house in splendid condition; price $3300; terms
$1300 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 and 21
months.
I
NEW    two-story    house    on    Seventh
street, near Queens avenue; seven
rooms, modern, cement basement
and furnace; price $-1200: terms
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS
months. Good only until the 20th of
this month.
P. PEEBLES
620  Columbia   Street.
ney
, stuff that the f-,u���.
FOR  SALE.
LONDON STREET���Four lots at $525
each;  one-third cash, balance easy.
PORT  MANN���Large  66 by  122 foot,
lets, to a 20 foot alley, in a ch'oicu]
subdivision on  the east end;   $450
and up.   Terms easv.
FOR SALE���150 ACRES OF GOODj .	
land, with one mile water frontage; yVE  WANT  listings of city and  sub-
on main channel Fraser river; one-
half miles from C. N. R-, one-third j
mile from C. P. R-. one and one-halt
miles from B. C. E. R. Price $160
per acre. $-1500 cash, balance flye
or six years at 7 per cent. Apply
Owner, A. G. Marshall, South West-j
minster.   Phone F 570.
urban property, also houses to rent
or for sale. We have customers
���waiting.
MACCALLUM BROS.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
EXCELLENT double corner in Sapperton, close to Columbia street
line;    $1250.   	
CLOSE   IN  corner on Twelfth  street,
comprising two lots 50x132 approxl-
a future business location;
mately
$2500.
FOR SALE���MODERN SIX ROOMED
cottage, lot 66x132, good bearing
fruit trees, shrubs, etc. For particulars apply to Owner, 721 Princess
street, City.
Room 3.
Smith Block.
Columbia Street.
FOR SALE���LIGHT HOUSEKEEP-
ing furniture, almost new. A bargain
for quick disposal. Apply Room 14,
Burr block.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
LANGLEY���40 acres of good bottom
land, partly cleared and good dwell-
house and barn; $80 per acre; cash
GOOD west    end    corner,   comprising
three large lets: $1800; good terms.
LARGE CORNER LOT with smail
house, west end. close to car line;
$1800;  good terms.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
one-third;
months.
balance   6,   12    and   18 GRAY   & GILCHRIST
FOR SALE���GASOLINE LAUNCH,
horsepower engine; length of boat
40 feet; width of beam 0 feet 10
inches; good house. Boat thoroughly
equipped with life belts; license for
25 passengers; $1000. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster, B. C.
LANGLEY���55 acres close to Murray's Corners and facing on tramline road; $115 per acre; good
terms.
FOR    SALE���AT    A    BARGAIN,    IC
horsepower, 4-cy Under Cowle eB. I
gine, make and break. This is al
first-class engine and has only been|
used two weeks. Must be sold at!
once. Price $600. Apply W. J.
Kerr, New Westminster B. C.
LANGLEY ��� Eight five-acre blocks
near Milner station; partly prairie
and partly high lan.l; $150 per acre;
cash one-third; balance over two
years.
London, March II.���One hears a
great deal nowadays aboul German
supremacy on the ocean and as one
of its consequences the danger of outlying portions of the Hritish empire
being attacked. According t;t a
thoughtful Ontario man it lies in the
hands of Canadian statesmen to pro-)
teet the empire, not only from Teuton j
predominance in naval power, but
from any possible combination of con-1
tinental fleets.
���The refusal of Canada to sell nickel i
to any  foreign power would  have anl
immediate effect  in   this   direction,"!
said  A.   \V.  Wright,  of  Toronto,  at   a I
private meeting of the Imperial MIs-j
slim.    "Without   nickel,  armour  pluto 1
cannot  he manufactured, and as   Ontario alone  mines  more  than 60 per |
cent   of   the   world's    supply    of    this;
metal a withdrawal of Its product from
foreign markets would mean that the
Krupps could manufacture only a limited supply of Qrst-clasB arm >-,;r i late i.
Unless new mines were discovered or
German chemists could supply an artificial  substitute,  which    is  doubtful,!
Britain could build Ironclads cheaper
tind of better quality than any other
power.    Next in order of production
and accounting for nearly the remainder of the world's output comes   tho
French penal settlement of Caledonia,
and if this source of supply weie confined   to our  ally  no combination  of
the   great   jiowers  could  affect    Kngland."
Mr. Wright's novel theory was the
subject of interested discussion. He
quoted figures showing both the production of nickel and tlie composition
of armour plates which left no room
for doubt as to the correctness of his
views. The writer is given to un ler-
stand that the attention of the lirst
lord of the admiralty will be called to
the matter.
"I have no doubt at all as ti> the accuracy of Mr. Wright's views." siid a
prominent Canadian advocate of nava
supremacy, who sits in the house
commons, "lie is too clear a thin
I to propound an opinion without thoroughly considering the pros and cons. '
This is a parallel case to the position of the empire regarding coal
I which is suitahle for warships, and it
is only mined in large quantities in
Wales. Yet the biggest buyer of best
Welsh steam coal is the German admiralty, and Kngland is in the ridiculous position of supplying to tin opponent the materials with which she may
be defeated.
Save a little systematically, for it  is the
dations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may  be used in two ways;  to    spend    lm
needed  now and  to invest,  lor what shall be needed it
lure.   Money cannot be Invested until it is first saved '"'
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.      Columbia, corner Eighth st
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager. D. R. DONLEY, Local Mariaa' '
Clearance Sale
 OF   .
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE  BRICK.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� *>*>*>***>******<******
\ I STORE, BANK CITTIMr Q M *-
l AND   OFFICE Til 1 llNbD ll =
SHOW CASES
LOT on Fourth street, between
Seventh and Eighth avenue, for
5875; terms.
LOT cn Fifth street .between Sixth
and Seventh avenues, for $1100;
terms.
NOTHING
DOING
THE
IN
WAY
OF   FURS
LANGLEY���160 acres (40 acres cleared), two dwelling houses and outbuildings; $100 per acre, with any
terms to suit. Will sell In 20, 40 or
80 acre blocks.
FOR SALK���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;   fer quick sale, $120.
TO   RENT.
TO RENT���EIGHT ROOMED HOUSE
on First street and Eighth avenue.
Rent $12 per month. Apply Mr. Cor-
dell, 308 Sixth street.	
FOR RENT ���FURNISHED ROOM
for one or two genltemen. Apply
513 St. George street.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH-
ed roomB. Apply 224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���HOUSEKEEPING ROOM,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
224 Seventh street.
LOST.
LOST���BLACK ANI) WHITE FOX
terrier pup; answers to the name of
���"Jack." Finder Please ring up 324,
���or R468.
LANGLEY���160 acres (40 acres cultivated and underdrained), flne orchard, dwelling house, outbuildings
and two wells; $100 per acre; cash
one-third; balance over three years
at 7 fer cent.
LANGLEY���Seven and one-half acres
on line of Canadian Northern Pacific railway, close to station; $150
per acre;  good terms.
LANGLEY ���200 acres In 40-acre
blocks, Yale road; farm buildings
and well; partly, $80 and $100 per
acre, balance over two years.
MODERN HOUSE, seven rooms, on
lot 50x150, Mowat street, $2500; one-
third cash, balance $25 per month.
SIX ROOMED MODERN HOUSE on
Albetta stieet, Papperton, one minute from car; $18(0; one-third cash,
ba'ance $20 per month.
SIX ROOMED  MODERN  HOUSE    on
Alberta street, $2000; easy terms.
GRAY & GILCHRIST
Real  Estate,  Financial and  Insurance
Brokers.
Phone 505. Trapp Block, Columbia St.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
,   Gold Watches for Ladles from |12/b
��P.
Silver Watches,    genu'   open face
16.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' open
17.50 up.
  Agent    for    Waltnam   and
CITY���Beautiful  home, modern house Watchee.
on concrete foundation, commanding
location in  best pari   of city    and
EDMONDS���Block of four lots close
to B. C. E. R. station, each 06x155,
roads back and front and alongside,
$1400 the block; one-thitd cash.
case,
KlglO
close In; on corner
$850; one-half cash,
two  years.
lot.    66X132;
balance  over
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
FOR SALE
Five lots on Toronto street, near
18th St. Price
$500 each, on
easy terms.
 1	
Westminster Realty Co'y
Room 2, Trapp Block.
New Westminster.
EDMONDS���Two corner, lots on  constructed  road,  within one  block  of,
car station, each 66x166;  $1360 the[
two; one-:iuarter cash, balance 0, 12,
and IS months. , i
PLANS    UNUSUAL   TRIP.
Kimonton, March 14.���Captain .1. H.
Mikkelborg, who came to Kdmonton
eight months ago, today announced
EIGHTH AVENUE���One and one-half j thut he would place his cottage on
acres in west end on Kightli avenue, Seventh street, on public auction
affording profitable Investment fori March 16, to defray the expenses of a
anyone subdividing; $5000; one-third I trip on skis to Prince Rupert and re-
cash, balance over 18 months. | turn.    He expects to leave on tbe trip
Kdmonton, March 14.���As is his custom with the approacli of the Bprlng
weather Angus Brabant, the Hudson
Bay superintendent company at Fort
Smith, is making liis annual trip to
Kdmonton, having arrived In the city
Wednesday afternoon. He intends remaining in Kdmonton for ahout a
week and will then leave for an extended trip to Detroit, Toronto and
other cities in the east.
"I do not know as 1 can say much
with regard to our business to the
north," said Mr. Brabant to a reporter at the Cecil hotel at noon time.
"Why, there has heen practically nothing doing���In fact nothing���so far as
the company's fur trade is concerned.
The weathej was extremely coll and
because of this we could not induce
the Indians to go out trapping or get
any furs whatever for us. The conditions were much worse this winter
than any previous winter I know of.
But let me tell you It might have been
very cold where I came from, but 1
understand it was much colder right
here ln this vicinity. They tell me
the thermometer went down as far as
70, while the lowest at Fort Smith
was 56."
Mr. Smith started severnl days ago
for Edmonton, liaving to go over BOO
miles on a dog sled.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAIL
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS      AND      ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
|J.  BROOKES.  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne.
RUBER0ID-
roofing **
STANDARD f���� l5 rtl"
~-    �����..*.���   ���...'���.-
^Wm**$, it
YOU MAY DRIVE---^ BUT YOU CAN'T���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
80LD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
turn.
���J on March 10.
IT PAYS Tu ADVERTISE
CUMBERLAND    STREET���Block    of
eight lots, each 66x132, lane at rear;
$400 each; one-thlr.l cash, balance
easy.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
ardln t &  l^rdiner
IW
��� IN ���
THP DAILY NF.W8
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS |
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C. '
"hone 661 Residence Phone 133
While it is given out that he Is to
make the trip partly through curiosity
and partly to demonstrate the use of
skis for long Journeys, it is understood
that he will make observations for the
meteorological bureau in Christiana,
Norway. He will forward prospecting
statistics to capitalists in that country, also, who contemplate making investments here.
Mlkkelborg Is a unique character.
His features resemble a bronze statue
with one of those ear to ear smiles
chisled upon It. lie speaks Norwegian, Japanese and Kngiish, and gained
his title of captain In the Norwegian
and Japanese marine corps. He served both companies, and was four years
Instructor In the transport service during the Russian-Japanese war.
He has made a display of the skis
he will use In the Hudson's Bay company store. The distance he hopes to
cover on theso runners will   be   600
miles.
I
*h.M\n
WILLIAM H. TURNER
In "Father and the Boys'* at the opera
house, Friday evening.
WE FURNISH f A
HOUSE
OF FOUR ROOMS FOR
$100.00
CASH OR CREDIT
DENNY & ROSS
43, 45, 47 Sixth  St., New Westminster.   Phone 588
ADVERTISE IN THE
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/FDNESDAV, MARCH 15, 1911
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
ph ._�� 105.      P. O. Box 345.
yff.* .   . ront St.,  Foot  ot  Sixth.
New Westminster I MARTYR TO SCIENCE
Mail Service ^ T() ^
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OF GIVING HIS BOYS A CHANCE
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pnone u&-     Ban 'Fiouo is.
Columbia Street
JelWered    promptly    >
t   -  part oi Hm City.
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Pradi i
except
.HONE   370.
r
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
t.i  25  II.  P.
ami  4  Cycle.
I coi
       Agenti
Westminster Iron Works
Tent-
Phone
New
53.
WeBtrrilnstei
12:30���Sapperton and
Mills (dally
Sunday)
20:00���Sapperton    and
iilally^^^^P^-^-j
Sunda  -     15:45
I    SO���Coquitlam   (del      ������ tee
Sunday i   7:30 ;
13:00- Centra! Park and Bd
monds (dally except
Bunday)      11:00
1400���Easl Burnabj (dailj ex-
Sunday)   18:80
i i 00 -Thnberland, Btrfcwbert-y
inn and Bouth Westminster (Tuesday ami
Friday)      13:30;
: l:l Ladner,     Port     Guichon,
Westham Island   13:30
10:00���Annlevllle,  Sunbury (-dally
excepl   Sunday    13:80
10:00���Annacis Island Monday
Wednesday anit Friday       13:30^
10:40 -Woddwarda (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday       13:30
11:30���Vancouve      Piper's    Bid
lm-       vi,,       I,        V       K.
(dully except Sunday)..14^20
11:30���Cloverdale and Prut Kells
Haiti elass In Hie metropolis, and it
waa thoui'ht tiiiit the Invention of llo
entgen wouid alleviate tho disease, li
tint cure it. but it Was necessary to experiment, in those experiments, last
i.'io'lm; nearly four years,   Prol   Pepper
1 dene loi i  I   ���
 ^^^^    'epl ���
 ��� ��� arm:  and   our   ol   the
brightest careers In scientific Lidi I
wai   for practical work, closed.
Shortly afti r the experiments com \
menced,   a    peculiar   contraction    of i
(!<"-it was noticed on the professor's in-1
���!���     finger.      The   condition   bj
slowly,    In a  little   time   the whole'
hand was affected,   Numbering among I
then   the most brilliant Specialist!   i
i ondon and Europe, the friends of Mr.
Pepperdene  wen.  consulted,   bul   tho
condition could nor be diagnosed, and
tit   lasl,  in  the  hope  of urn- til      '' I
disease, one flnger   was    amputated
Tl     Bcapel did not reveal th
and the case wns given up.
The latent then hot-an to experiment on himself, and us he pul it to
tin- writer, "stumbled" on the cai
While the ray is not harmful to those
belni treated the operator runs a big
risk from exposure to the powerful
light, nnd from this, he wns suffering
lu i very discovery, there are splendid
"failures" tltrott.li which success has J
��� ome lit lasi. bur in inn Vm times Cer-
tainly this case hns few parellels.
"For  flve years," he  said,  "I  never
��� ���'. ;     lelthoul  opium.    The patients at
cause,
(daily except  Sunday i..15:00 ' tn_ ^P"al ?%e not tajw*ed of my
ttl
'���
d. Mcelroy
Pnone   R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
VaiMtone Heatin and Plumbing Co.
Chimnt- bleeping. Esvetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Crnnectlng. Cess
M       Beptl    Tanks,   Etc. .   Etc.
8:30-
II  oo
15:15
'Tuesdav    hikI
(daily ex-
C.MI1IAN PACIFIL
11. i, Coasl Scrvicn
11:80���Clayton 'Tuesday. Thursday, Friday nnd Bat-
day
11:30 -Tynehead
Friday i
Hnrnaby   Lake ^^^^^^^^^
eepl   Sundav    1>",:00
\ bbotBford, Matsqui, Hun-
tlngton, et< (dally exeepl  Sunday)   	
-Cresceht, White- Rock nnd
Blaine      I dail)      61
Sunday I   	
16:15 -Hail's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hn-- len ��� ��� - - Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   	
ll;S0   -riiilliw.'.ck,     Miln. i.     'M
I ehmau, Aldergrove, Otter    Shoi treed,    Uoi ���
B imas,   Surrey Centre
vi.,   i I.I   ���   R.   ninth   ���
cej.t  Sun-lay)   ....
���,,
9:4
I
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m Dally
TO SEATTLE.
���      p. i    Doll)
���'   I    ...    Bunday   nlglita   and
��� '-���      :.
TO NANAIMO.
; " I   n, Dally except Sunda,-
TO UNION  AND  COMOX.
UB        ' bursdftjf nnd Seturdaj
j TO PRINCE RUPERT  AND  ALASKA
, :: Ml ���������*:��� i. 4, it, 2Ti, A]��ril 4, 16, 85:
! TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.'
U-M p   n.        	
T��0 trlpi pei  month, date,   to    he|
Mrertlsed ui   fai  In advance as pos-
I eible. I
I TO HARDY   BAY    LOGGING    CAMP|
MOun Kvery Tliursdn-.
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
>ara lay Wednesday, Pi Mav
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
'ara��������� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Railway Time   Tables
8   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Weak Day 8che<Jul��.
*)ar�� leave New Westuilu'ter for Van
condition, and (treated thei
Sol until sevoftil (inters had heen amputated did thej see thai the ' ���
0 which I wore was getting smaller, anl
then one or two Df them ashed me why
00   1 did nol  discontinue ;
"Bul I wns determined to find b c
for the uev, condition, and when i hai
done thai I waa content to  ceast
though, before 'Ms wa    dene, my arm
hud to bi   taken off."
"A course worthy of the fine tradi-
tloi of English medicine.' said a specialist when speaking ol thi cn .
the writer, "nnd 1 nm clad to Bee thnt
thi kirn, and r.-.Tn have taken r,n Inten      in thi   case.
"Here was -ine ot the Mg   spe
I --v.   poo   patents dally whi'"  ,
snffeHni; himself from a disease which
���   ���        end in death."
\\,   peppi ��� '. ���    ��� hen as.kc^-
���������    to Canada, replied 1
wns doing -   Rd   the sake ol his 1
to give them a chance to taki
th,. advantages oi  the greal   Domin-!
ten I,
30
RtPORT Biii RUSH
TO THE NORTHLAND,
ED. QOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H   W. BRODIE,
^ P. A . Vancouver
CORREC1
STYLISH
PRINTING
eCtivei  ������>��� 6 00, B 30, 6:20, t'.TiO, 7:20
and B:00 a.m., and every half hour
thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
| Oh.b i*s*vt* Vnncouver tor New Westminster nt 6:00,   r.:'0,   0:20.   6:50,
7:30 Rnd 8:'00 a.m., and every half
houi thereafter iniiii 11:80 p.m.
R'.mdav Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver  for New  Westminster at 6:00.   7:00.   $^;00   and
<i;(10 a.tq 	
after until 11:80 p.m.
C*nB  leave ,\f*   w .-.-.i untisier fer  Vn-
couver at  ti:0A. 7:00, S:00 and 9:0*1
a.m.. and every half hour thereafter
until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Wes'mlnster   nt   7
a.m. and every hour untll 11 p.m.
Cats lenxe  Vnncouver at 7 am. and
e\ ery hour until 11 p m.
On  Sundays cats lenve  Westminster
sl S n.m   to 11 inti.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
Ram   toll  p m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
P. Gaudett. of  Peace  River, and
Bcureau,   of   Fcrt   Vermilion,
Tell    Experiences.
L.
Jackson Printiiig Co'y
Kdmonton. Mnich IS.���John P. Gaudett. ot Peace Hi ver Crossing, and
Louis Botmreku, of Fort Vermilion,
700 miles from here, drove into the
city yesterday for a year's supplies
���with three teams and three sleighs.
m**^^^^^^^^^^ KThev  left   Peace  River   Crossing   on
and every half hour there-' February "". and on the way down met
ovei .00 teams of settlors on their
way into the Grande Prairie district.
They report all the stopping places
along the loutc filled with settlers
and were compelled to sleep with tlieir,
horses and travel at night to get into |
places where they could get   meagre
accommodation.
To    Urge    Railway.
The men are hc:e on an important!
mission beside the purchase of a
year's supplies. They will appeal to
the government to apply the money
raised for a rnllroad to Fort McMurray. where there are no people to
speak of. to a fund for a new road Ih-
| to the t'onrp River district, which Is
rapidly flllln.   Up with settlers.
There was an epidemic of measles
durirfg the winter, hut no fata'ltlcs resulted.
Mr. datulett hns been In the no'rth
    and hc
10:28
Greal  Northern  Railway
I_��nvefl     New     Westminster
a   m.;  arrives Seattle 8:16 0. m
...Id. e  passenger  station.  New  West-
1(1:20   a.m.
Given  on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Blk,
Phone  388
dally
West-mlnster
minster,
| Sunday.
I    Leaves    New
'.nssenger  station  8:60 p.m.:
(.eaves New Westminster 1:01
arrives Seattle 7:45 p. m.
(eaves     New     Westminster
p tli.',   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m
Leaves    New    Westminister
am'  arrives Seattle fi:45 a. m.
bridge
arrives
p. m.;
kit
12:16
Tha
N Sank of Canada
Capital
llesei
On
paid up
$11,200,000
. 8,900,000
Ihmlt ima 17,r) brandies,
""ending In Canada from mo
Atlantto to the Pac.ltle; in C.ub.t,
/"""-'""i the lalniul, alao in
inrtn uiiu Trinidad, rtiihntmiH,
�����W VOltK and LONDON,
ENGLAND;
Drafts Issued without delay
Towns and
i" the World.
_These excellent connections
word nie,y BtraHMjg fa(.nity.
, *w 'Westminster Branch,
'-''Wr-MRD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
��* all the lu-incinai"
G   N   R._p0rt Guicbon.
leaves New Westminster daily, ex
_apnn<j' idtwxa .fiiup md 00:8 mmn9
cept Sunday from btid.e W*m
station   3:60   p.m.:    arrives   at   Pott
Leaves   Sumas   ft'TO   *.&*   *W^��
(^tilchon i?:S0 p.m. ^_R_
teaves    Porl    Gulchon   8: on   a.m   ^"^^.mow spots
dailv, eveept  Snnd.iy:  nrrives at New /,.1J..f
Westmlnstei- hridfio pnssen^er station
10:20 a. m.
execept   country for twenty-two yenrs,
states that there is no other place for
him. When he drove Into the cily fcj
had his two teams hitched behind thc
one which he nnd Mr. Ilourseau were
in. The horses toolt fright at the no>v
scenes before them and ran away, but
slight damage resulted.
He reports furs plentiful and largo \
numbers of moose and wolves In thej
vicinity where he lives.
Enthusiastic   About   It.
He is very enthusiastic about a railroad to Peace River   Crossing.     He
states ihat with a road that far it will |
be easy to journey down stream   {o j
Porl Vermilion 300 miles away. There
are steamers there now and the river
is navigable all the way, without rap-
G    N    R��� Surras   Branch.
Leaves   Seattle  8*.06  a.m.;   arrives
Now Westminster 2:H0 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 18:06 p- m.
New Westminster 6:66 p. m.
I^nves   Seattle  4:36  p.m.;
New Westminster 9:26 p. m.
'  Leaves  Seattle  11:46 p.m.:
New Wc8tmlnsterJ:30jBMn- j.
Coldest   Winter.
Hd snvs the past   winter was
worBt  wintdr he has   known
twenty-two years' experience
nortli
arrives
arrives
arrives
the
in   his
_   ���':^B^BJBJB____SJ__B___.      I
There was no actual suffering,
but ln January the thermometer sank
to 71 degrees below zero. In other
years it was not any colder than 60
below, There is a telegraph office at
Peace Ulver Crossing, a couple of re*
taurants, blacksmiths' shops, barber
shors and a general store.
t)������GC
<k:^
\F
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SOLD IN U.S.A. BY VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
24
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VICTOR RECORDS ill MACHINES
From the Victor No. 1 at $31.00 to the
Victor Victrola at $250.00.
1 can suit you both in price and machine
Call and let us play the new records for you
in our new Victor Parlors.
419 Columbia St., New Westminster
v
One Nteht
HECTOR   McCAIG.  Manager.
Friday,  March   17
The Gregory-Stegner Co.
Present the Capable Character Comedian
WM. H. TURNER
In His Greatest Laughing Success
FATHER
foOYS
Geo. Ade's Funniest Comedy.
PLAYED���150 nights at Empire theatre, New York;
100 nights at Powers' theatre, Chicago.
PRICES:
Lower Floor--A to M, $1.50; N to S, $1.00.
Balcony-A and B, $1.50; C, $1.00; D and ��, 75c.
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy, Wednesday, March 15. PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 191,
Hi'
I
(.1
I
The Daily wews
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
corner    of    .McKenzie    aud    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige.
.Managing Director
tin
tin
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911.
A    MUDDLED    DEPARTMENT.
In   the  llghl   Of  tvcciil    events   tho
outbreak of Impatience on the part of
Mayor Lee in regard to the financial
affairs of the city on Monday night, is,
In a way, illuminating. Why did his
Worship display such tender susceptibility we wonder? It looks as ihough
there was some dark state of affairs
lire-, ailing in the treasury depart ment
at the City Hall which will nol bear
the full light Of day being she I upon
them. In tact, in the course Of his
angry retort to Alderman Johnstons
reasonable and courteous enquiry
mayor admitted thai matters In
treasurer's depart ment "are in a fearfully muddled and mixed state."
This will not be cheering news  U��
the ratepayers, after so much his been
���said  and  such  a 'great   deal   has  been
heard   about   the   wonderful   and    remarkable reforms and changes  which
were to be instituted as a result of the
industrious efforts   of  Moses  B.  Cotsworth.    If alter nearly twelve months
Of  this   worthy's   vaunted   labors,  and
the lucubrations he has given forth by
the yard the state Of affairs in ihe de
partment wliich he is supposed to have
set  in  order are as Mayor   Lee   describes, then the position is at once ludicrous, absurd  anB disgraceful.  And
be it remembered, this said worthy estimates  the  value  of  his  services  at
the modest figure of forty dollars per
diem, but generously offere.l   to work
for love, and is now  looking   to   the
council to reward him with nine hundred dollars for expenses and so forth;
whilst there is also an assistant being
paid at the rate of eighty-five dollars
jier month. !
Surely it is time the administrators
of the affairs of  this city recognized
the     necessity      for     taking     some
straightforward action similar to
adopted
council;   thus  putting
ridiculous,  costly,  and   unsatisfactory
state of affairs which has resulted, and
then  engage a  firm  ot chartered   ac-
deposits in the Yogo country near
Utica is told.
The mines were discovered ln 1891,
und in the following year Mr. Burke,
who wns 11 practical miner, started out
looking lor au extension of thfl lead.
Alter some labor lie found the same
vein wliich contains the precious blue
stones.
For several years the only develop*
menl was done by Mr. Burke. He
worked ll on a small scale. In 1806 he
sold Ills Interest in the mine to an
Amei lean syndicate, composed of New-
York capitalists. For four years the
property lias been operated by the
company, Aboul $150,000 has been
spent In equipping the orushlng mill,
sluicing plant and machinery for the
mine. Nearly all of the work is done
by machinery.
During the winter none of the mat-
rix ls sluiced, hut much of the precious stuff is thrown on the dump to be
sluiced toward spring, when weather
conditions will penult il. Development wiirl; is now going on In the lower levels, and the veins continue to
show  up belter than aver.
The Yogo vein is about six miles
long, tm Kngiish company having thirteen claims on it and the American
seven. Beyond this distance of six
miles much money has been expended to locate the vein, hut without success.
Notice to Contractors
Tenders tire invited for the erection
.'in I completion of a six story steel
frame and concrete office building, to
be erected ou Columbia street, New
Westminster, for The Westminster
Trust Co., Ltd.
flans and specifications can be had
at the offices of tlie architects, Messrs.
Qardlner fl Gardiner, New Westminster.
Tenders close on Wednesday
March, at noon. The lowest, or
tender not  wocessailly accepted.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust   Building.
TENDERS
i Branches throughout Canada end
I Newfoundland, anu ln London, England, New York, Ch'cago aud Spokane,
|U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
| banking business transacted. Let-
|ters of Credit Issued,   available   wltl:
���"'I correspondents ln    all    parts of    the
^y world.
j    Savings Bank Dipartment���Deposits
MS j received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present r��ite).
Total  Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
If you want something choice for Today's Di
ner, ring up Phone 101'and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything eke
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street        - .        New Westminster
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
ROYAL      COLUMBIAN     HOSPITAL.
RECOMMENDATIONS.
Board of Works Submits Lengthy Report to  Members of City Council.
The following reporl   was presented
at   tbe  council   meeting   on    Monday
evening:
I     Tbe  Hoard of Works begs   leave to
recommend as follows:
1.    Willi   reference   to   the   application of Messrs. McLeod. Mark & Co..
for sewer connection to Ihe northwest
pari of lot 5, city block  7, Columbia'
street,   ycur   committee   recommends
that this application he granted, upon
these 1 eople paying for the full cost i
of same,  viz.  $270. and  that   Messrs.,
McLeod, Mark & Co. he informed that
they can only have a depth of live feet j
below sidewalk at the street line.
L'.    At  a meeting   of the  Board   of
1 Works  committee on  the  l'Hh   inst.,'
your  committee  begs  to    inform    the
council   that   instructions  have   been;
given to liave tlte re'grading of   Lon-:
don,    Edinburgh,   Dublin. Henley and \
Hamilton streets tind  Sixth and Sev-i
enth avenues and Tenth   street,   continued,  as  per   Instructions   of   last:
year's council, and as scon as weath.-r |
conditions permit the macadamizing of
Lulu Island will be pushed forward.
li.    Your     committee     recommends
that the two horses which were killed
last year should be replaced at once.
An amount of money has been received from the Great  Northern  railway
for comi ensation, and any addition in
cost to be charged up in the estimates.
���1.    With  reference  to the   application of P. Peebles re opening up   of
Ash  street,  and   another  street    running   from   Seventh    avenue   to   Ash
that  street. ' Your    committee begs to in-
by   the   Burnaby   municipal   form   the   council   that   these   streets
an end to the are already cleared, and there is only
a small amount of grading \o do Your
committee,     therefore,     recommends
that these streets be opened up, at an
estimated cost of $'i00.   Sewera. e con-
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to twelve noon, of the
. (ith of March, marked 'Tenders for
Property," for the purshase of iu>-
sululiv ision :'.. 1, and 17, of Sub liviston
2. Lot 6, Suburban Block IV., Sapperton. Terms one-third cash, one-
third in six months, and one-third iu
twelve months, with interest at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. II.  KEARY,
Secretary R. C. II.
New Westminster, II. C., Marcli D,
Mil.
CANADIAN PACIf IC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
C. P. R.
ED GOULET. Agent
Arrivals.
Montreal,
(No. !I7).
Vancouver.
10:00���From   Vancouver
BiZ.
12:10���From
and Okanagan.
17: ofi���From
1 *.): L'O���
M ission.
22:50���
(No.  ll.
Departures.
8:30���To   Vancouver,
cola and Winnipeg.
11:00���To Vancouver.
18:BB���To Okanagan,
Montreal  t No   96).
17:fi()���To Agassiz ar.i
21:40���To  Vancouver.
and Ag:is-
Kootenay
(No. 96).
From Vancouver, Seattle and
From Winnipeg and    Nicola.
Seattle.   Nl-
(No. 97)
Kootenay
ind
Vancouver.
(No.   1).
II. W. BRODIE,        ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster.
Twin Screw Steamship
"Prince George
^ 3,500  Tons,  7,000   Horsepower,
320 Feet Long ,18'/, Knots.
FROM  JOHNSON'S WHARF.
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE, 2 p.m. Saturdays
FOR PRINCE RUPERT      -      11.30 p.m. Mond
20 feet   long,   L8V_   knots;
ays
Balling [
Slmpi
Mar
i;  11 nm
Kin-
Kill
3600 Ions,   iono horsepower,
Johnson's Wharf.
Close  connection   at   Prince Rupert  for Stewart.
ss. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Ruperl for Porl
eolith, Massett, Bkidegate, Jedway, etc., tit noon,
and  3l8t
Be sure your tickets read vis the Grand Trunk Railway      tem |
Detroit.    London.    Hamilton,   Toronto, Montreal, Portland,   Hoston
Niagara Falls, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore aud Washington
For rates, tickets, time tables, Illustrated literature and all infi)'.
matlon apply to
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, .tnd Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L.  V.  DRUCE, Commercial   Age nt   (Freight)    Phone 3060
527 Granville Street, Vancouver.
General Agency Transat'antic f temship Lines.
countants to deal with the city's
counts in a regular way.
OUR   BEAUTY   SPOTS.
ac-  nections   will   be  made   as   the   con-
I struction of the  Eighth  street  sewer
I progresses.      The   water   connections
will be referred to in the water works
report.
With reference to the complaint
To us is it particularly gratifying to from ratepayers that were working on
observe    that    the    execution    of    a Columbia street for the Hassam Pav-
. ing company,  we beg to inform   the
scheme which we have urged consls.- counciI that the Hassam Paving com.
ently for a considerable time  past  is pany are now ab'e to start on the con-
Avithin the possibility   of accomplish- struction of the sewer as no objections
ment.   We refer to the proposed beau- have been received from the property
We Have Moved to
OUR     l\EW     STORE
47 Sixth street
Where we wish to
meet all our old
customers and also
announce that we
do electrical work
of all descriptions
tifying of tl e parks and open spaces
of this city, In regard to which, thanks
to the energy cf Alderman Lynch, the
advice cf a qualified landscape gardener and arclvtect has been wisely-
sought and obtained.
The repoit submitted to the council by C. K. Maclean will, we feel sure,
have been read with considerable in-
terest Tay the citizens. Though this is
only preliminary, it deals with the
whole subject in a comprehensive
manner, and proves that Mr. Maclean
fully appreciates the splendid opportunities for transforming our parks
and open spaces into creations of
beauty and usefulness. As we have
.-said hefore, it is a standing reproach
to our city that the possibilities of
���Queen's Park should have so long remained undeveloped. The same may
be said in respect to Albert Crescent,
wliich heing in tlie heart of the city
and in full view, should present an
artistic and attractive appearance.
Though this work, so long delayed,
but now, it is hoped to be accomplished, may appear to be, in the cold light
of bare figures, somewhat costly, it.
���will not be an expenditure upon a profitless luxury, but upon an improvement that cannot but prove a valuable
investment for our city. The more
beautiful and attractive this is made
the more it will be appreciated by visitors. The improvements will in fact
be real, practlcial publicity work, for
the reputation wliich our city will thus
gain will enhance land values and increase the population as surely as any
means can.
MONTANA
DISTRICT
RICH   IN
IS
SAPPHIRES
owners, and there should be no further trouble as to the employment of
men.
fi. A communication has been received from Messrs. Galbraith & Sons,
complaining that storm water from
Roval avenue and Tenth street floods
their factory; but a storm sewer on
Tenth street is now in course of construction and will relieve the situation.
7. With reference'-to "the application of Mr. Hogarth for the opening
up of Coborne street, between Sixth
and Seventh avenues, we recommend
that this be done, providing sufficient
evidence is produced that building operations are going to be commenced
immediately. Cost of. clearing this
street will be $420.
8. That the request of'J. Henry for
three-plank sidewalk past his property
on Second street be granted. Estimated cost $2fi.
9. Your committee recommends
that a short piece Of sidewalk he laid
on Furness street to connect with existing sidewalk on Ewen avenue and
Duncan street.   Estimated cost $10.
10. With  reference to the  inquiry
ire  Mr.   Hardman  dumping   earth   on
Eight li street, I  have received  a   report from the superintendent of works
who states "That Mr. Hardman some
time last summer spoke to bim ahout
the possibility   of   obtaining   permission to make a boulevard opposite his
residence on  Eighth street  and  Fifth
avenue. I told him that I did not think
there would be any difficulty, providing he made application for it to council. . nd that I would look into the conditions at my first opportunity, which
I did some time after, and while doing
so Mr. Hardman came out and I distinctly told him that he must make an-
plication to the council and   comply
with the customary regulations which
were, that he  would  be  required   to
nut ln a vitrified pire to provide for
the street water, and   a curb on the
outer edge to retain   the   filling, the
city allowing him  the difference   between the cost of ripe and   that   of
a wooden box.    This Is all that took
Roberts CiectricCo.
47 Sixth St.        'Phones 761, 588
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend t't. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particu-
lars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
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 1 oronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances haif-yearly.
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
B.C. Mills
1 imber  and  1 rading
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   F
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
TeleDhone   12 New Westminster B.
Co.
NISH.
AND
FIVE NEW
VARIETIES
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
*m
\ Delta Garden Peas
t Burville Perfection, King Edward Vil, Delta Queen,
���      Royal Salute, Gladstone.   Price 20c. per pound
.   Call in and see them.   The finest peas
grown in Canada.
! Ryall's Drug Store
*>    PHONE  57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE
��� ��4> ������������*���*��*�����****����*������������������������������������*�����**��****"
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice Imported Ouich Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
GOOD BUYS
IN
LANGLEY
Cn
Three
Roads
Ten Minutes Walk to
Tram and Station
Close to School
place between myself and Mr. Hard-
Helena, Mont., March 1U.- Ten ���,an-.. Vo���r f.0m mittee. recommends
boxes containing 3600 pounds of sap- that Mr Hardman be asjted to remove
phires from the Kngiish syndicate th)��� earth forthwith. *
mines above Utica have just been con- lt_ At R mpetln . of your commit.tee
signed to the company's house in Lon- on the 10th ,ngt ,he enplnefir wna )n.
,don. The stores are all small and will 8tructed to have the Columbia street
toe used mostly for watch jewels. This
Cultivated for years
Acreage at $250
PER
ACRE
shipment is valued at seyeral hundred
thousand dollars.
Some Interesting history relating to
the discovery of the sapphire hearing
sewer proceeded with if no objections
���were received from the ratepayers.
Yours ohri'em'v.
ALDERMAN .1. CAMPRKLL.
Chairman Board, .cf Works
All information at g# Q  SECURITIES Dominion Trust Block,
CALL or Ring up _______ r^pearsor. Manager ��� New Westminster |
���H.I WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15, 1911.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
'
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
CHAMBERLIN CUP
STAYS IN VANCOUVER
|STORY   OF    BAR    U    RANCH
TOLD   BY   CALGARY   AUTHOR
PAl'Ki McFARUND iiETS
VFfflllfJ OVER MORAN
rMINSTER CUEISTS GET BAD
���J BEATEN BY NATIONAL
CLUB,     LOSING     ALL
SPORTS
FIVE  GAMES-
-BANQUET.
Ten  Round  No-decislon  Bout Goes in
Favor of Chicago Lad���Result a
Surprise to Fistic Fans.
"whal was good enough for tathi r I
good enough for inc."  I believe in progress, bul i fall to see anj sign of pro
Norman  Kankin, of Calgary, is the'K'��ss in this attempt, to cufout home
author of an Interesting story of the study.   Tjjere Is more than a sueplcloa
life of Qeorge Lane, ni the famous Bar thai the p ireni   and nol Hie children
currenl  number   of are the onei anxious to see this phase
The tale Is  a stir- "r education abolished.    Rank Belflsh-
1 ring history or cattle land written In n<'ss-   Al the meeting held on Mondaj
gripping  fashion and Includes half a evening    the    arguments    advanced
dozen   well-told anecdotes   of the fa- agalnsl   home Btudy
I'   ranch,   in   the
Canadn Monthly.
West End
New York | Midnight I, Man h 14.���
Packj McFarland, ol Chicago, outpointed Owen Moran, the
in ibis city tonlghl at
their ten round conti 11
Englishman,
apply of alases nnd  a large
'    The dreams so often
In  the past  four weeks  by
, nthti in-!*������ Of the Royal City
- e where all gorrd one hundred      The result, whilst It comes as a sm
nl   certified A.-1 dreams go, up   Prise to those who follow the ho
a week of self denial by   game   wll] neither lmve the effe
,  ite oi  Westminster bad been   putting   the   Englishman   In   the  dis
.-ii in order to he lit    for   the 'card departmenl    or    elevating    the
,.i night when the fourth ol   ttockj   -1    isplranl    for   lightweight
-   ���    of   five   games   for   the'honoi      The    pair boxed   at    catch
"    trophy    was   down   f<_   welgl       There  was  s  diffon
against     the     National some el hi   poundi   In  the  men  and
ib  of Vancouver, but it ba    this ls a ha  dlcap   to
-   -',        |
motiK ranchei
Mr. Kankin   has   photographed   the
man's   peculiarities   with   a   piquant
charm, and the story Is  one  of  tho
tattkdai li   tales of Alberta   that
has appeared for sohie time,
Every western Canadian knows of
George Lane, "Tho lios.s of the Bar
r ' and breeder of Percherons, but not
all .mi'- ' r    naught,    it    was    bi I
lo Ing   bul to havi   n rubbed
,   i ne of five games to nix
..   al too too
. teher'e parlors were crowd*
e the games starl d
n  hinted  loudlj   thai    the
ie gn "ii ol I b  wi ; i
i ��� soon es I   o mil
i  points ol vimt i ce were
il ed and stuck to like ��������� lm
... re not tbe five loi al pel
e  visitors  bow  the gami
- ia ..--i "
ai brun. hi t he Vani
- ��� n   with s  big  following
.   was cul  to wa   -
��� i owed generally that
i masters and the plaj
h fi mm of the loi ni bo ���
points of the genu      In
i h   b .-ho�� ed thi   \ nm ou
II   ...: ie ni c
I   the m   ���    soi ed
Vi sun nstei i' am -
ency of polni   to ]
t o w in
BP    to    even    a
boxer    Tho American
an adtaol igi    I     ur Inches und this'
 '!-        wl    I       ���'.-  men  of  thc
lighte   cia        e rn ������������  called upon to
give   'i he v'-s york la w -���  lo nol
i decision f lered  bul the
question of surpren eft        t be
lead ng sport I G -'nun '
and I "  ���  reports II Is plain thai
Pai ��� ���   ��ai   ma .   ttl       Nel-
i |ui ro      lusl  ' ow 11 Is    de
���   ��� ���    lorai      bi      with
i ihampl ���'   W ol|    ��� will be a matter to
be eagerly awalti
EASTERN    LACROSSE   VIEWS.
���
w, Btmi i
Kohl 192
Oram l it
. ,Cold   ���
Ilar in..I i --
Mel
islon ol   the i onti
li i it, i   ������
o a banqui t whh li
.   i : smopi Ittan  !
the  I        ��� ���   Bports
ohali   and I om
number ol  I        dl ipose i
-. oi��� I 11 in ���-    ' b
i llenn, the p ipul
pni itlce 'aus done to the
���   ���   i-hlch speechi - were the
h  urs.    Tho
yone has heard how he bested the
e\erj  stage ot, Engllgh  A||;U| ,  ..   ,,_,.  |imo of   lhh.|yi
thousand    dollars, and    became
owner, Instead or the Allans' manager.
in ''''. George Lane   now thorough
ly grown  up-   with  his partner, Goi-I
don Ironsides, wont down to Montreal
to i egotlate with the Allans  for  the
pun i,a. e of the Bar U.   The   Allans
Lai '��� offered $220,   10
'i' e Allans, invited George to dine ati
the St, James' dub. and George went.
Thej dined In i    ning i lothes, and at'
Thej  had "se< eral" drinks, and
then    ome  more drink        Then   the
waiter   brought   In   cigars,  and    i  i    ���
- n '��� to talk further - i l*
���
ood half an hour, I uall.
'io   Mlai;-:. upon re] eated offeia from
Tl ey parred ai I
I  al   one   ani
I ed, and said, "All right, George
that, bul   $5'   100.
down, and  thi   :   lai   -   upon   signing
1 he di ed      Vou can have II al   that!
' -      , |
hairs and
I i  fill   up   the.
���
good-humoredly;    they
think La      had thi  money.
koned     ������'������'��� oul    tlieir I
���  ,    ... man
:" -    and thi  ���. be "jUsl dug j
" and came up wl h
��� i
; into    Ks:
with  I ��� ts    When he grew to
���: ���    old, i   uld lick i ��� i
kid of 'ss age In the district,
- : ..   he
tpall acri
and  Wyoming   Into   Montaner.
I   "blazed   the   way"   I
omi "kid  ";'"n
He
I lg ranch nearby.
���   in those
to mar-
hipping al -    in        -     ���   Union
to Chli I
\|.iil for   '
��� hi  made a trip as tar north as
Klpp In Alberta, and when he re-
ng, he announced hi
 Bre re   weak���not
to use a stronger term. ���* lot ol time
was wasted discussing ubjei i which
bad no bearing on evening work, bul
when the whole thing is analyzed
there was verj little worth while said
ln favor of a change.
Remember, Mr, Editor, the children
bave only a few years of life.     Tho>
study in their youth, and   this   booh
passes.       Once  a   boy   or   girl    le    ���
si -hool and enicis a business, Dr tradi
farewell to mental training.
Bj ail means let bome study be eon
tin ued, even if it does mean a little
bother to fattier and mother once in a]
while.
PRANK C.  RAYMUR.
Xew Westminster, March I I,
Horn
e
House with
six rooms situate on corner lot 66x148 feet, commanding an excellent view of the Fraser river. On car line and has cement
sidewalk on one side of street.
Price $4,200.00
on easy terms ( 5 - c )
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
T. H. McCORMICK
Manager Real Estate Department.
451 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. Phones 646, 661.
"AT IT HERE SITICE 1900:'
*.a���_    <
:��W-'Mo!.
~ - - tim .
���
^avelfoarllom
Capitals Have Hopes cf Beinrj   Really
in the Running This Year.
Otta March    14     Already   the
1 -   htenlng for a crack
lacrosse 1      1 in 1 ittawa   this
��� ier, and the offl he Cap
 -iuh. though they :
t lal re prepar-
... ���    _...,..
IgCS   upon lo '      :    Btlck
the ni
I .<    reorganize j
-   1     Ital   thai brii
��� an "��� in the lacrosse atmospl
but certainly, t!    t   pitals will be
���0  boast   of s  better   lacrosse   team
than i;   ��� bei n the eral
���
Though the Nationals will no   111
0 '   rl with him  George Dussault
Ottawa 1
for the N   L   1    champion   I    1
will  resldi Otta1       thla
summei, Dussi        having   com] li ������ l
When        he "ill leave  Mo; ���
ecepting       -���, ���	
Hon in"this city, with ����e probabilities .,' 0'f''makin_ Alberta hls'head
I ��� "online a member ol the garnet
and  grey  team     Donnle   81   I
Cornwall boy, who iv playing brilliant
teai     -,,.:..-.. -. 1 ..v   profe
. . t.iin 1   Bi rl  .letch  r
At an early 1 our this
, iver pai tj returne i
e than pi- aaed  ��� Ith the
ror tbi in bj tin-
city.
als. is also bo      ��� ' upon
,  ,  , me, togei
All.
Smith thought such a lot of when he
bud  charge   ot   the   Factory   Town
Inch ���
 I it is on thc home tl   ���      .   Capit lis
Bradford City wins. i need   strengthening,   nnd   with   this
,;, _jn yesterday's' trio to brace up the Senators' attack,
tween Bradford Citj   the man agi ml  0   lasl  year's   tall-
;     the former won  etaders thin . that they can be fighting
��� ���ji for the flag this season    It ie proba-
1 ble that Pete Qreen will manage the
>������   1 Rush Work. team, being given foil sway as to the
Wlnnipei   March IB.���The C. P. R-lhsWdMng oi 'he men.
wiil todav despatch a ��w�� of sixty      Should it be possible to arrange a
,.nm>. with the Westminster 'ham
��� when the Salmon Bellies t ur
,, , eaat, the Capitals win bring the
western Minto cup twelve here, probably about the first of June.
men to Revelstoke. the  retention  be !
I   doable tracking of thu j
1 otnt
��������...���.��*������������������������
* ���
��� Ladlei    Play    Lacrosse ���
��� lies of   England   are   ���
��� ' aylng   lacrosse    A   pic ���
* tare in .1 recent number of the ���
��� Umi ���     1 allj   Mail shows the ���
* - I.allies' Lacrosse club ���
4 mains!  Medford Physi ���
* in   i raining college. ���
4                                                    ��
���-!   I ������������������������������������������������
1. O. 0. F, AMITY LODGE, NO. 21���
The r.��t.ni iccettni's of this lodge
are hold ln Odd Follows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Klfihth streets
every Monday evening at s o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. X fl.; W.
��� ' Coatham. P.O.. recording secretary. .1 W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
II  is ,-ai.l of George Lane, thai  be
fo   tbe mapli
for it was the       11   ���   Ol liis first t SJ li
Vv'! en be was a small kid ba ���'.
he picked twi 1 . m ipte
which be sold for ten do
,' . ��� er ted
Into twi calves, ihe foundation ol his
nl enormous oatile business. Toda) his cattle are numbered by the
thousands, and In addition to his hall
- sl in the Bar U, he owns a small
ranch of 10,000 acres south of Bassano.
the "Flying B" ranch at Willow Creek,
and other trifling properties. At tho
"Flying E" he has a summer home
and generally spends part of each year
there with his family.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������*
: _, :
��� Correspondence J
��� ���
(The Dally Xews is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
HOME   STUDY.
Kdltor.  Dally  News
Sir���1 regret to note the feeling In
this city with regard to home stu ly b-'
the children, To my miud this is to
be regretted, for home study is as nee-
essarj now as In years gone by, when
the parents of the present pupils went.
to school. How many of us escaped
home studies? Very lew. I warrant, f
for one had my share, and very annoying at times 1 found it to liave to
' instead of going out to play
er years 1 n aped the benefit
atlon i" stud), even if I
never did attain to the realization of
1   : earns of my j outh.
Far be  ii   from   me  to   urge
-Sroraence How!
We want eveiyonelo tow
%t wc are paying ���*-
prraiMirc credit^ mtblf
on. saving itepoaits^l-
k U|wavti) subject towh-
&taia. bf cheque & *
<^~ 5% Iiitcrcar~>
on \\m deposits of *
SjTmoTifitf & over. *
\'c mvest money forcticr.ta
mttrsttriort^esSioa
e1cncrd\ fadftUusincsa.
We want^ur savinja acctit
& ifyoa arc not l\- \\
tYsTomaticallv. * ���*��� ���*- -*���
Commence HOW WKllS.
Deposita \rf ma\t ^rrr>
-*��� * -*- eaa\l|r'han31��Ji ���
toucan ,ea5 "b>"Draft,
Post Office + Cypress
OxDcx ov Rc&ialerctT-7^
Letter & withdrawals
can be roa5e^+ -*-*^ ���
- -aii}' wa}r you m-sh.
Ware Responsible
ReferXo^-* -��.���-��.
Dan3,Bra3sTrcds,
or to an/one in *
VMGOlNeR-
Wile as about J Way
Doitnow!!!!!
321 Cambie Street,
1 yVajxcoviver B.C.^
Cookery Lecture
Cunningham Hall, Sixth Street, on
Thursday, March 16
AT 3 I'M. BY
MISS KATHLEEN FERGUSON
Principal Vancouver School of Cookery <i
that
Filleted Sole. Beet Steak
Cocoanut. PuiUlin.
ADMISSION  25c.
Pie,
CITY
FOR KKXT���New soven roomed home. Just #completed, on Fifth
stieot,  $25 per month.    Immediate possession.
BURNABY
FOR SALE���A nice five roomed bungalow at Edmonds station, lot
G6&132 feet. Price for quick sale, $2100; one-third cash, balance 6, l:J
and IS months.
DELfA
FOR SALK���Northeast quaiter of section 12. township 4, N. W. D.,
facing Scott road and adjoining Steel City. Price $150 per acre.
Terms to suit purchaser.
WILLIAM  H. TURNER
""ttther and the Boys" at tiie ope in hon*e. Friday evening. March ll
[ CO., LID.
Phone 515.
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
Curtis Block.
BEST BUY IN CITYT|
8-Roomed Modern House
on Second street, between
Queens  and 3rd avenues.
Lot 56 x 132.    Terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQ
Note new a
uarrie Bros,
new address,   622   Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
v,;=k. Ii .-**,*���
Acreage!
Five-Acre Blocks
On B. C. Electric Railway
road, with prospected
at Junction of N. W.
ine to      Mj*/__ }.. j.   .
Chilliwack line. Scott
Steel City and Ladner
Also five
townsite.
acre  blocks on  this projected   line   adjoining    Steel    Ctity
These  two Choice sub-divisions have Just been surveyed and are now
on  the market.
For particulars apply to
KENNEDY BROS., Ltd.
Over Merchants
Bank Building corner
New Westminster, B.
Columhla anu
C.   Phone 335.
Begbie  streets,
*���������<
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
Gold Jewelry at	
Chambeiiin's
THE
JEWELER
Official  C. P. R'y Time Inspector
*�����*���������*������������������������ ��� a.**,****,*,*
Fruit: Boxes
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
E. H. J. U.dKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE, W. F. H'. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.       Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=====   LUMBER CO., LYD.   =====
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers in
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877. Shingles, Sash, Doers, MouMlngt, Etc
I PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15,19,
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March Twentieth Dr
N
m
March 10th was rather an eventful   day   tor  The   Imperial
Company in connection with its group or mining claims.   Th
mines have heen fully described on this page before, and   the
public Is aware they were purchased some time ago, the consideration being $135,000. The  last   payment   fell   due   cn   the
above date .and was met promptly.     All   winter   the    company
has had a gang of men busy tunneling and exposing the   ore.
until now there is over a million   tons   of   magnetic   iron    anil
copper   uncovered.      The company is having some large blocks
of ore brought down, and also an assay made wliich will show
the public just how valuable these claims are.
The company is paying the expenses of an expert mining cngl-
>er, Mr. T. Scott   Anderson,   direct   from   Sheffield,    Kngland.
Mr.  Scott   Anderson   is  an associate member of the Institute of
Civil Engineers, as well as an expert  for electric  furnaces for
smelting   ores.     Mr.  Scott Anderson has promised to remain at
the mines at least three days  and  give  our  company   an   exhaustive   report.     In   the meantime the company  is letting another contract for 20 fee'  additional  tunnels, bo that   a complete analysis can be obtained.
As announced some time ago, the stock of The Imperial Car company will double in price on the twentieth day of March, which means in just FIVE DAYS from now. No one will he able to buy one share of
stock from this Company for less than $100 per share. Many people we know are hanging back feeling that
shares will be at the same old price for an Indefinite period, but they will ie sadly disappointed, if they are not
in before the twentieth day of March, 1911.
Let us once more impress upon vour minds that The Imperial Car Company is here to stay, and will yet
be the largest industrial undertaking in British Columbia. You hear of other large works variously reported
to be GOING to locate in different places, but you never see them doing anything but BOOMING  LAND.
The Imperial Car Company, however, is doing all the time, and you could not buy a lot from them at any
price.    Does that not speak  loudly enough.
We believe this stock will soon be $260 per share, and none for sale, and should a certain financial transaction take place, whicli is liable to occur at any moment, every share will be taken off the market at once. Do
not sit back too long and feel like kicking yourselves afterwards, but get in early in the week, for this is one
time that fickle fortune is pounding at  the door.
".j. �� _*���.������ -���-���..���.':���",_'
Below is a copy of an advertisement   that   has   been    running
some time, and will give some idea to the public the class of
business the Imperial Car Company  intends to bring to Yancouver.   We leave it to the citizens to say whether or not we
should be encouraged.
Pullman Car Company has paid in the last twelve years  .1ST
880,000 in dividends, and we   have  just  as  good   prospects   as
they ever had, and we believe better.
COMPETITIVE    PLANS.
The Imperial Car, Shipbuilding  and   Dry  Dock  Corporation   of
British Columbia, and the State  of  Washington, hereby  offer a
price of $500 for the best set of plans and specification of their
car works to be located at   Roche  point,  otherwise  known   as
the Town of Imperial, British Columbia.   The amount to he expended on  buildings, machinery, equipment, etc., to be $350,000.
The buildings to be of structural iron, covered with  corrugated
iron and capable of employing 500 men.    The buildings to be
thoroughly  well lighted from the roof wherever possible, and to
occupy five acres of ground or approximately  400x500 feet.  Machinery to cost about $150,000,   comprising   the    following    list,
and  to  include  also  the machinery and  buildings for   a complete cabinet  works,  capable of cutting lumber from the   log
and  manufacturing it into the finest of cabinet work.
Competitors will use their own judgment In locating the different   buildings  and   placing  of  machinery   to   best   advantage.
Competition will close May 1, 1911, and at the hour of 5 p.   m.
Tbe decision of the business manager of the company to   be
final in awarding the prize.
Machinery  List:     Punch and shears, special punch and coping
machine, special punch for  structural  work,  horizontal   punch,
single horizontal bending machine, universal shears (2), double
angle shears (with turntable complete),   gate   shears, bending
shears (C>), patented plate straightening rolls, plate planer (with
direct electric driver), flanging clamps, pneumatic (8).
IMPERIAL CAR, SHIPBUILDING AND
DRYDOCK CORPORATION, Limited
282 HASTINGS STREET, EAST, VANCOUVER
PHONES 485 AND 1259
Application Form
Please allot me  shares of the IMPERIAL CARi
SHIPBUILDING AND DRYDOCK CORPORATION, LIMITED al    tha
price of $50 per share, for wliich I enclose 33% per cent, of tbe f""
amount of shares asked for, and agree to pay balance   In   two  e(|
quarter-yearly  payments,  with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
NAME 	
ADDRESS  	
OCCUPATION 	
Make all cheques payable to Imperial Car, Shipbuilding and l��'.v
doc.k Corporation, Limited.
BBaaaggzgManm^^
a w>*v��it'i^rtn*m��.'mr**-i*r**a'*f* t��� /Tvartfy n:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
NeW Westminster Land District.    Dis.' New Westminster Land Dl.tn^
Ne     trict of New Westminster. tr.ct of Ne"   Westminster
TAKB    NOTICK     that     Margaret      TAKE NOTICE  that Molly  McCla
Matthews, ol San .lose, occupa- rey  ol   Vancouver, occupation  mlllln-
rtdow, in.ends to apply for per- er, Intends to apply for pern   .sot,
��� to purchase the following de- Purchase    the    following
rl't)ed iands:   Commencing at a post I lands-   n  ^^
,i on the west side ol the Cheak-
river   and   one   mile    north    of
Pake,   thence   west    .H)   chains,
north  L60 chains, thence easl
Dal '
on
thence   south    lilu    chains   to  point  of
. Cheakamus river to point of; southwest
'..nnomPTit    heinir   southwest  mnn.
���
��� P��l
'',,    Commencing al a post planted
nor.       r ,""���"���"    Trail,   2%    miles
'"r t Qreen Lake, thence north 80
smv,;'"'" "':'-1  80 chalns. thence
aouth 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, tlience south 80
chains, tbence west 80 chains, thence
north SO chains to the point, of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D, O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February it, 1911.
PAGE SEVEN.
described
commencement, being the
______^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__  corner ,.,,,
commencement, being southwest  cor- acres, more or less,
est of lot applied for, containing      (Si| nod) VVILI i.Wi j BWIS
Agenl for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 19ll,
,.,() acres more or Icss.^^^^^^^^m
WILLIAM   LEWIS,
for Margarel Ethel Matthew j.
arj  20, 1911
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICK   thai   Georgina
Hopkins,   of   Vancouver
Di3-
NeW Wrr.tminster Land District.    Dis-       --.����   .>wm r,   tnat   Georgina   A
trict of New Westminster. Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
taKr NOTICE that Kate Core-,   . |   stenographer, Intends to apply tor per-
v occupation    saleswoman.  ":!   l"" ''' purchase the following de-
apply for permission to pur- B?"b.e�� I;""1      Commencing al a posi
h.  following described   lands:   P,'6.?   :''   ""' southwest   corner   of
il ii post planted al the !��' "'" and thence north 40 ehains
ol lot in; on Summit Lake, '""""��� wesl 40 chains, thence Bouth
��� 40 chains, thence Bouth , chains, thence east 40 chains to
thence easl -in chains to po,nJ "' commencement, being Bouth-
Lake, Ihence north along the "' ' c?rner POSl of lol applied foi
��". . . ..   .   .    icontainlng 160 acres. more or less
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins
1911.
ni of commencement, bein:.
'   corner   post   of   Jot    ap
- ontaining 320 acres moi	
WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Core;
���  20, 1911.
February Lin,
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouvei", occupation
Station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2^_ miles south of T. L.
lol 1368 and ene mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east so cliains, thence
north 80 chains, tbence west 80 chains,
iia nee south Hu chains to the point
ol commencement, and containing G40
ai 11 .  iii<u e or Ies3.
JOHN E. CRAWFORD,
Bj I). O'Hara, Agent.
Dated  February  17, 1911.
cense In the Westminster Division of
New Westminster District:
ia i The name of Company in full���
The Glen Rose Canning Company Limited.
The head office-
B. C.
-New Westminster
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Ntw Westminster Land  District.
trict of New Westminster.
��� i (TICE that Reginald
. nt,  of    Vancouver,
Di-,.
Fll ���
occu-
New Westminster L.ind District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE thai  I, Samuel    S,
Auss, of Vanco ivei  occupation broker,
i    to apply  for  permission    t )
1 tbe    following    described
'amis:   Commencln     I     posi planted
  ^^^__jl"i'ii    l'_   mib of   T.   L.   lot
Mtlon broker, intends to apply for p       ...   and two miles west of Haslam
��� urchase the following de   |a| . .  then      i i hains,  thence
Commencing at a posi   Boutt, I     hail   , thenci  wt  t 80 chains,
the southwest corner   of I thence north I to the point of
commencement,    and    containln
acres more or Ii
SAJMUEL S, AUSS,
By I), o'l la-
Hated  February 17, 1911
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that    I.   Vernon    V.
Rood, oi Vancouver, occupation mine1',
intend to appi) for permission to purchase the following  described lands'
Commencing al a posi planted about
threi'  miles  north Ol  T.  L, lot  916 on
tbe west shore of Haslam lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence wesl 80 chains,
thenci   south mi chains, thence    ea3t
80 chains to the  polni  of commencement, and containing 640 acres, more
li   i,
VERNON V.  ROOD,
By H. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17. 1911,
:���   the   southwest   corner    ot
I,.        thei ce easl 30 chains, ,;
ehains,    theme    wesl    60
,   DOI tli   In chain  , ��� I
hains   thence noith   10 chains
I i    i ommencement, her
pi M  of lol  applied
i ie acres more oi h
WILLIAM   LEWIS,
\. '���   Inald   Fll   ;ei ild    Bar
1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DIS-
TR1 :  trict   Of   New  Westmin-
stei    I >.  i     -Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, ��� f vane inver. occupation brol ���
i ��� for ; ei mission to purchase 'he tollowlng described land.-.
Coi v. al a post planted about
thn ���  miles distant  and In a   north-
tlon from Haslam Lake,
thence     esl   80  chains, thence south
80   chains,    thence    east    80   chains,'
The capital, how divided, showln
amount paid up���$25,000 divided int
$2500 of Si" each, of which 1450 share
_i.. issued and paid up.
ih) The name of the lake, stream
or source n'f unnamed, the description
Is)���Unnamed stream on Lol 17,
Group 2, New Westminster district,
flowing into Kraser nver.
(it The point of diversion���I-i about
200 feet from its mouth at   the Fra-
[ser river on said Lot 17.
Id) The quantity of water applied
for dn cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(I) The premises on which the
water is to he used i desci ihe samel-
Cannery and buildings on Lot 17,
Group . known as tbe Industrial Can
nery.
Ig) The purposes for which the
water is to be used Industrial and domestic purposes.
(jl Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
Kith day of February, 1911, and application will tie made to the Commissioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
ill Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None
Attach   copy  of   such   parts   of  the
Company's   memorandum  of assi
tlon as authorize the proposed application and works.
Canning
SEE AUSIRAIIA _S
A WHfAT COUNTRY
COMMONWEALTH BECOMING SERIOUS COMPETITOR OF DOMINION AS GRANARY OF THE EMPIRE.
London. .March 14.��� The other day,
Sir George Ueid, high commission ���(���
for Australia, In speaking of the   fu-
  -'! ture of Australia,  said  "Give  us the
VALUABLE   PROPERTY! money, and give us the men you have
AT CHILLIWACK. poured into Canada in  the past, and
i we will supply vou with all the wheat
Under instructions from the owners
there will be offered for sale by public|
SALE
"This aspiration of Australia to become the granary of the empire is a
growing one," said a Canadian government official. "Not only has she an
enormous area of suitahle Iand, which
Ro ��� ���
The    Q
Limited.
(Signature)
Company
J. M.
(P. O. Addn
McDonald,
Manager.
New VVestminste
Copy of pari of Company's memorandum of association:
ig)    To   record,    divert,   take   and |
rarry away, water from any   steam. I
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster  Land  District.    Dii
tnct of New Westminster.
tick that  Mary   Augusta
I mver, occupation mar
: ������mis to apply for pe:
p irehase the following de
Commencing al a post
Pemberton Trail  4>..
Ct'ei ::     Lake,    theme
���   thence south sn chains
thence ( chains,   theme   north
: oint of commencement,
being northeast corner post of lol np
(died for, containing 640 acres more or
WILLI \M  LEWIS,
Mary Augusta Bridge
111.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
.1
I New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TA1 E NOI ICE that f,    William
Did:, of Noith Vancouver, occupation
broker. Intend to apply for permission
1 to  purchase  the  following  d<
'  ��� Commencing at a post planted
' about one mile south of T L. lot 10311
on the east shore of Lake Haslam,
thence east su (diains. tlience noith si
chains, thence tfesl 80 chains, thence
; south su ehains to the poini ol commencement, and containing 640 a res
more or l(
WILLIAM J. DICK.
By D. O'Hara, \ ���   I
Dated February 17. 191L
river and lake in the Province of Brit
thence north 80 chains to the point of i ish Columbia, for the use of their bu i
^^^^^^ ness, and for that purpose   to   erect
buil !.   lav   and  maintain   dam '   aqueducts,   flumes,  or  other  conduit   pipes
i o i   lenci menl     : I   containing   640
aci i ��� more or li
CALL WOLF.
D. O'HARA, Agent.1 and
auction on Saturday, the 25th day o.
[March, 1911, at the hour of three
o'clock in the afternoon at the office
of S. A. Cawley, Cliilliwack. Hritish
Columbia, by 8. A. Cawley, auctioneer,
the following property, namely:       U-^^-^^^^^^^^^smmmmmmmmmX.^^-^^^^
All and singular that certain parcel' r"'"''' yet ,las taown ,,|P I'1"*'. but
or tract of iand and premises situate- "hl';lt ma-v' be Produced at a cost low-
lying and being in the county of West- er ,han 'n ;,,IV I""' of the world.
minster, in the province of British! , Due t0 a Hamster.
Columbia, and being ilie westerly tlftv-l ' rl,la ,s >'iirtl-v (llle ,0 Ihe invention
eight (58) acres of lot three hundred �� a hl"'vester peculiar only to Aus-
and eighty-three I ��� ��� group two (2), tralla- '" ,ho f'arl-v forties the far-
more particularly described as fol- niers of Australia had to harvest their
lows: j wheat   with   sickles   and   afterwards
Commencing at the northwest co--! threstl "��� The cost worked out at .10
nei of said lot on the south bank of' I)er acre. or 5"c I'e1' bushel for a twen-
Hope slough, thence south following ty-bushel crop. Then Mr. Ridley, a
the west boundary of said lot 3456 South Australian, invented the reaping
links to the southwest corner of said machine with its comb and heaters, a
lot, thence east following the south magnificent heritage to Australian
boundary of the said lot 1700 links, agticulturalits ever since. Har-
thence north 3118 links to the south vesting operations were Immediately
bank of Hope slough, thence westerlv- reduced in cost to 7 cents per bushel,
following the south bank of Hope The inventor took out no patent, but
slough to the point of commencemi at, presented liis machinery to the public.
TKK.MS OF SALE.���Twenty-flve Since Mr. Ridley's time there have
(25) per cent, of the purchase money been various improvements nearly all
to be paid in cash al the time of the effected by South Australian man
a - md the balance within thirty (30) turers.
davs  thereafter   without   interest,   or, Swift   Work.
at   the option of the  purchaser, the     "The latest  triumph   is a machine
���  may he paid in three (3) equal  with a seven-foot comb.   A demonstra-
ments at, tlie end of one (1), two   tion of this machine was given recent-
(2)   and  three   (3)   yeai s  respectively   ly on a  forty-acre   field   in  Australia,
from the date of the- sale with interest   The crop averaging twenty-flve bus
Febl nary 17th, 1011.
the same
NKW    WKSTMINSTKK    LAND     DISTRICT���Distiict   ot"   New Westminster,  B.  ('.--Take notice that 1, C. O.
Svedmark, ol    Tulameen,   occupation
, mill  owner,  intends  to apply  lor per-
Imission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant, and In a north-
Wester.) direction from Haslam Lake,
thence inst 80 chains, thence south
80   .hains,   thence    west   80
' ' on tbe deferred payments at  the rate   els to the  acre,  was   taken   off   with
to sell    or otherwise dispose of,of .,.,,,��� (T, per cent, per annum. ellous    rapidity    and   cheapm
For   further   particulars   and   condi-  The only hands engaged in addition to
tlons oi  sale apply to the auctioneer  the owner were a man and a hoy. The
LAND    REGISTRY    ACT.
Re lot 1". block 16, Murray's Addition, town of P  :'   Mo dy:
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate ol title No 5620A, issued in the
name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
filed in this office.
or to the solicitors and agents for tlie
vendors.
J. Ii. BOWES,
Solicitor, Royal Dank Building, Chilli
wack, B. C,
Or his agents,
expenditure of wages for the harvest
was less than $100. to spread over the
10,000 bushels. Including wear and
tear of harvester and interest on capital  outlay,  the  cost  of  harvesting  is
 I tli us  reduced  to less  than  two cents
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE & ��� per bushels, as against 60 cents in the
MARTIN, 1 pioneer days and  seven  cents in  the
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
at tiie expiration of one month   from
chains, | the date of the first publication here-
thence north 80 chains to the point of; of, in a daily newspaper published in
Dis
New Westminster Land  District.    District of New Westminster.
TAKE   NOTICK   that   I,  C.   A.   ( i ��� ���
dale, ol  Vancouver, occupation Insur-	
anee  manager.  Intends  to  apply   for
permission to purchase the following -""kw
described lands:    Commencing at    a
commencement   and   containing   040'
more or less.
CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
D   O'HARA, Agent
February ]7ih. 1911.
Notice is herebv given that 1 shall, Room 20 Williams Building, 11 I Gran-  time of Mr. Ridley
^^^^^^^m vllle Stieet, Vancouver, B. C,      | 	
Or to
TAYLOR.  HARVEY,   BAIRD   &
GRANT.
Solicitors, Koom 37 Williams Building,
413 Granville Street. Vancouver, B.C.
Dated the lst day of March, 1911.
Ne.v Westminster Land  District
trict of New Westminster.
ICK   that    Anna   Maud | Haslam lake, tlience  west
t ..iticouver
,'. nd    t ���
I ..:-.���
���crlbed lands     Commencing at a post j ing C40 acres more or less
planted on tl ��� Pemberton   Trail   14 i
bIIh In a northerly direction   from;
Green Lake   thence north  BO cbalns,
thence easl :   chains, thence south 80
e   west   40   chains  to   a
. commencement, being south
post   of  lot   applied   for,:
��>ntain a ires more ori ess.
Signi william  LEWIS
Agenl   tor  Anna   Maud   Duggan
Rebrua 'ill.
WKSTMINSTKK   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westmin-
post planted about hall mile north of *Jev- B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
the City of Xew Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unles
in   th.e  meantime  valid  objection   be
made to me in writing.
C.   S   Keith
District  Registrar Of Titles
Lan-i Registry Office, New Westminster. B. C. February 13, 1011.
lot   1976 and two miles west of  Thorscn.   of    Yancouver.   occupation!
^^^^^^^��� 80 chains   marine engineer, intends to apply for!
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
ouver.    occupation   thence south RO chains, thence east 80   permission  to  purchase  the following Re lots 14, 15, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
applj    for   permls-1Chains, tbence north 80 chains to the   described lands: j      nnd 40. suburban block 6, map 610,
the    following    de ! point of commencement, and contain-!     Commencing at a post planted about        in the City of New Westminster.
.   ._    _.      ��l._ . g^() acrfi8 ,nore or |eS8. ; two and one-half miles south of T. L.      Whereas proof of the loss of certifi-
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,    ! lot K'.ilS, and one mile east of Haslam'cate of title number 10511F, issued in
By D  O'Hara Agent I k**e>   thence  eaRt   80  chains,  thence the name of James Rosebrough La wry
' '' south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, j has been filed in this office.
NO   TRUTH    IN   THIS   YARN.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Negro Who Tried for Canadian   Navy
Failed to Pass Examination.
Ottawa. March 14.���Officials of   the
naval branch state that the report that
a negro, who had passed qualifications
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     exams, and had secured   a certificate
  from the civil service commissioners.
Re a part (5 acres) of the soutli 60 was refused a place in the service be-
acies of the southeast quarter of Sec-'cause of his color is not correct. The
tlon i'l, Township 4 (subdivision li in ' place to be filled was that of a confi-
the District cf New Westminster. j dential stenographer, but the colored
Whereas proof of the loss of certifi- man failed to take a satisfactory test,
cate title No. 4781A, issued in the as did four other white applicants wbo
name of George A.  Witherspoon, has   were  given  trials,   but  proved  to   be
unsuitable.    The place is still unfilled.
it ls said.
Dated  Februarv  17,  K'll.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
been filed tn this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at  the expiration of one month   from
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
NKW   WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westmin-
Dis-
kins.
N��w Westrr-nster Land District
tnct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICK that  Maude A. Hop-
of  Vancouver,   occupation   mar
r:ed woman. Intends to apply for per-
f" ���   '    to   purchase    the    following
knds:   Commencing at a post plant
�� on the  west   side of  Green    HI ver
Md four chains north of Green Lake,
wenre west  .0 chains,  thence north
w ctaalna   thence   east    SO   chains,
t6e"i'e south   va  chains    to   point    Of
wmmenrctnent. being  southwest cor
J" post      0) applied for, containing
:e or lesB.
>1~n,'��l' WILLIAM   LKWIS,
>-ent for Maud A. Hopkins.
o, '.on.
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   NOTICK  that   I.  Charles  A.
Kodie,    of      Vancouver,      occupation
broker. Intend    to apply for    permission   to  purchase  the   following    de-	
scrihed lands: Commencing at a post1 si-cr- B. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
planted about l'._ miles north of T. D Belyea, of Yancouver. occupation so-
lot 197G and two miles west of Has- Ucltof, intends to apply for permis-
lam lake, theme west SO chains,! sion to purchase the following de-
theme north SO chains, thence east so j scribed lands:
chains, thence south 80 cliains, to thej Commencing at a post planted aboue
point of commencement, and contain- 1% miles north of T. L. lot
lng (MO acres more or less. ' 1976 and two miles west of   Haslam
CHARLES A.  BODIE, Lake,  thence  east  SO  chains, thence
thence north SO chains, to the point o'\    Notice is hereby given that I shall
commencement,   and
acres more or lessM
HERMAN THOR3EN.
D. O'HARA, Agent
February 17th, 1911.
the date of the first publication here-'
,   .���   ._.���, w.|        ..ari.^a,   ,=   >��>WJ     fcl.cii    UIUI    1    ��IH��II,|of     Jn    a   daj,       newspaper   published    III
containing   (,40 I at the expiration of one month  from , {he c(ty of iVew Westminster, issue :ij
j duplicate  of the  said   certificate,  un
file date of the first publication hereof.
In a daily newspaper pubhshed in the teM ,��� (he meantime vaIfd   ohJection
City of    Knm^^imj | be made to me in writing.
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection bt
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office,-
New Westminster, B.C., February 3
1911.
 _���	
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, .March 9, 1911
AUCTION  SALE   OF   DOMINION
LANDS.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.! north
Dated February 17, 1911,
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
SO chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south SO chains, to tho
point of commencement, nnd containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dis-
ARTHUR
February 17th, 1911.
BELYEA.
WESTMINSTER   LAND    DISTRICT���District   of   New Westmin-
Dis-
New Wrstmlnster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
���"'ICK that Lionel E, Haw
ouver, occupation photo,?
h nds to apply   for permls
base the tollowlng lands:
otnmencing at a post planted on tho
'''"   of   Pemberton   Trail,   e'er   Qreen   Lake,    thenco
' '''ins, thence east SO chains,
I    '     "'h  so  chains,  thence west
'' *lna to tim point of   commence-
"e,iR the southwest corner post
... '"      Plied    for,    containing   640
at *'. more or less.
Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
"nt  for Lionel K. llawels
"7 20, 1911,
TAKK
III,   ,
������������������    ,
m~
west
Bllea north
'wih .v
���,
chains
Bent
ol
F��bn
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Mabel Lucy 	
Paige,  Of   New   Westminster,   occupa- NEW
tlon  married  woman, intend to apply
| for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at Boley, of Vancouver
a  post  planted about  I vv o miles north er. intends to apply for permission to
of T. L. loi 916 in the wesl shore of purchase    the    following    described
Haslam   lake,   ihence   west   M>  chains, lands:
thence   south   80  chains,   thence  east Commencing at a post planted ahout
80  chains,  thence  north  SO chains  to two miles south of T. L. 1081, and ou
the point of commencement, and con- the east shore of Haslam Lake, thenco
Tenders will he received by the undersigned and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m. of Monday,
March -0th. 1!H1. for supplying the
Royal Columbian Hospital, from the
lst of April, 1911, to March 31st, 1912,
Public notice is hereby   given   that
there will be offered for sale by public auction in Pender Hall, 804 Pender
street -west, in the city of Vancouver,
on Thursday, April  ti,  1911,   at   3:30
p. m., about two hundred summer residence lots, the propeity of the   government of tlie Dominion   of Canada.
These lots are located at Woodhaven,
a subdivision of Dominion government
lands located on Redwell Bay, on the
North Arm of Burrard   Inlet, British
Columbia.   Their accessibility to Van-
Sealed Tenders
undersigned   and
addressed
endorsed
to   the
Tender
with the following articles: p^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bread, white and brown; beef; mut-' couver, their location on salt   water,
ton;  milk;   drugs;    groceries;    wood  and the grandeur of the scenery of the
ord;   coal   washed nutt : North Arm make these lots attractive
for Charter of Tug for First Narrows,
Vancouver,   will be received at  this
office    until   4:00    p.    m,    Thursday,
March 22, 1911, for the charter of a
. . r. r*    m.i    - ,,     n   . t  r**    ,      tugboat  to  tend  Klevator   Dredge   at
ster. B. C.-lake notice that I. Charles��� ^ Narrow8, Vancouver, B. C.
occupation hrok-,     Spociri,ation  and   lot_  of contract
can  be seen  and  form of tender ob-
fish, fresli and salt:
(slabs), per
coal, anthraciti	
funerals.
Detailed list of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton and fish can be obtained
at the hospital. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Neither the lowest nor any tender: paid balance at the rate of
for summer residence purposes.
Terms   of   Payment.
One quarter in cash at the time of
sale, and balance In three equal   an-
i ntial instalments with interest on un-
per cent
taining 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIQE,
Dated Kehruiirv 17, loll.
LAND ACT ivOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
'* Westminster Land District.
trlct of New Westminster.
&rtd       N0T*CB   that,   Gerald   E.
,,,'   '  o  Vancouver, occupation mas-
mariner, intends to apply for per-
.inn t,, purchase Ihe following de
,,l,.!"''    "<\*f    Commencing at a post
Tr 1 '"' "'i Qreen   Kiver,   Pemberton
' ' r"'tr miles north of C.reen Lake,
.,, ''li Su chains, Ihence east. 80
W�� Ml"n"e Kouth Sl) chains, thenco
toent I f'lttlna ,fl point of commence-
' 'ng southwest corner post ol
I...,;'',|,|,f,d for, containing   640 acres
10 Or less.
'lM,l>|l* WILLIAM LKWIS,
...        Agent for Gerald K. Bridge
'Obrnnry 20, 1911.
Dis-
cast. 80 chains, thence north SO
chains, ihence west so chains, thence
south SO cliains, to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres,
I more or less.
CHARLES 90LEY.
February 17th, ion.
necessarily accepted, ! Per annum.   The lots will be offered
Samples of the groceries and all in | subject to a certain upset price in
formation obtainable on application b each case. Upon a parcel of land be-
the  I.adv Superintendent, at the hos-  ing knocked down the purchaser shall
pital,
W. II. KKARY.
Secretary  R, C
New Westminster, B.C., March
H.
1011
New Westminster Lmd District
trlct of New Westminster.       ���	
T\KK  NOTICK that  1, Isabella Mc- ���
Farhuul. of North Vancouver, occupa- NKW WKSTMINSTKK LAND DIS-
lion married woman, intend to apply TRICT���District of New Westmln-
lor permission to purchase the follow-1 Bter, B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter
ing described lands:    Commencing at q, Jensen, of Senttle, Wash., occupa-
gained at the office of William Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect. Vi��
toria, B. CY. II. A. Bayfield, Esq,. BU-
i erlntendent of dredges, New Westminster, B. C, and from the postmaster at Vancouver, B. O.
Persons tendering are notified that
lenders will not be considered unless
made on  forms  supplied  and   signed |
with  their, actual  signatures,  stating       _^^^^^^^^_^^^^____________________________
| their  occupation   and   place   of   resi-1   I ver; or with hank notes of as large a
deuce.    In the case of firms, the   ac-      Pipestone,   Man.,   March   14���At   a  denomination  as  possible.    The   bal-
' tual signature, the nature of tho   oc-   meeting of grain  growers held here,  anee of the cash instalment must i'l
cupation,  and  place  of  residence   of  addressed by D. D. McArthur, a reso-  every case be paid before tho close of
each   member  of  the   firm   must   be  lutlon   was   passed
given.
PIPESTONE   FARMERS   PASS
STRONG   RESOLUTION
immediately deposit the sum of fifty
dollars with the clerk of sale, otherwise the parcel will at once he put up
again. For this purpose intending
purchasers should provide themselves
with marked cUe.iues on chartered
banks of Canada, made to their own
order and payable at par   at Vancni-
Resolved, that  the sale, failing which the deposit of
we,  the  Pipestone  branch   of   grain  $��0   will  be   forfeited   aud   the   land
me ������"������������     --~   ..      -- ..    ���   --     .   Each  tender must be accompanied   growers,   heartily   approve   the   tariff withdrawn   from  sale.     Cheques  will
a posi  planted ahout   halt  mile soma  tlon broker, intends to apply for per-  bv an accepted cheque on a chartered  agreement between the United States not be taken in payment unless mark-
Of T. L. lot  1368 and ono roue east, mission to purchase the following de-  bank> pavable to the order of the Hon- and Canada, ln so far as lt relates to ed accepted  by  the  bank   on   which
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��� **  J ~^S^mmmmmm^^^^^^^^^M
of Haslam lake, tuuice east SO chains scribed lands:                                          orable Minister of Public  Works, for  farm   products,   and   earnestly   hope they are drawn
ihence south so ,���hains tbence west !>u      Commencing at. a post planted about one thousand dollars ($1000)     which that the agreement may be ratified bv A pamphlet describing this property,
���hains, thence north Ml ch. ins to t. o  three    miles    northwest    of    Haslam  wiu he forfeited if the person tender-  parliament,  during  the  present   sea- and a map showing   the   subdivision
commencement, and contain , Lake, thence west   so chains, thence lng deciine to enter Into   a contract son."   The government, Vas also urged may be had on application to the sec-
north SO chains, thence east 80 chains.  when cane,i up0n to do so or fails to to include in the tariff agreement all retary, Department of the Interior, Ot-
thence  south  SO chains,  to  point ot complete the work contracted for.   If agricultural    implements   and   parts tawa,  W.   M.   Ingram,   Inspector   of
the tender be not accepted the cheque thereof, Inasmuch as protection to the School  Lands, Winnipeg, or   to   the
will be returned.                                    ' manufacturers meant unjust exaction Agents of Dominion  Lands   at   New
The department does not bind   it- from  the  farming  community.     Tho Westminster, B. C, Kamloops. B. C,
self to accept the lowest or any ten- government was also urged to increase Calgary, Alta., Edmonton, Alta., or to
point of     ^^^^^^^^^
Ing fill) acres more or less.    B^^^h
tSABELLA McKAHLAND,
By D, O'Hara. Agent
Dated February 17. 1911
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Lnnd District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Clinton P.
McCormick, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east   shore of    Haslam   ,"1"'
commencement,   and   containing   640
] acres, more or less.
^| PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
lake,
WATER    NOTICE.
R. C.
By Order,
DESROCHERS,
der.                                           .              I the British preferential tariff to   half George McCuaig, auctioneer, 150 Has-
the rates now charged and that any tings street east, Vancouver. B. C.
advantage given to the United States P. G. KEYES,
Secretary, in reciprocal trade relations be extend- j Secretary.
Department  of  Public   Works,  Ot- ed to Great Britain, and that the es- Department   of    Interior,   Ottawa.
tawa, March 9. 1911.                               tablishment of complete free trade be- March 4, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that an ap-      Newspapers will not be paid for this tween Canada and the motherland bo Newspapers will not be paid for th'��
Plication will bo made under Part V. of advertis-ement lf they Insert it   with- given at the earliest possible date, not advertisement If they Insert  It wfth-
the   Water Act, 1009," to obtain a li- out authority from the department.       to exceed ten years. out authority from tha department. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
15, 1911
!
- I
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The kind that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It has
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
Claude  Reese, of Moyie,  B.C.
visitor to tills city.
Davies Green Houses is the place to
get boui|uets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.
Mr, and Mrs. Howie, of Royal
avenue, left yesterday for,Californla,
where they will sj end some time.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. R. Pearse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Hox 455,       ���'       **
Under the auspices of the union carpenters of this city, a smoker will be
given in the Eagles' hall tomorrow
evening.
It will be to your advantage to inspect our special order samples be ore
selecting vour spring suit. A. S. Mills
���& Co.
The  latest   styles  in  men's    spring j
millinery are at A. S. Mills & Co.. 517
Phone R 208 ** | Columbia street, past city hall.      **
The regular monthly meeting of the
Burnaby board of trade will be belli
this evening in the munipical hall, Ed-j
monds.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Keid, next
tram office.   Phone .110. **
Excelsior lodge No
Chilliwack, will pay i
to Royal City tadge No
;. i. o. o. f.,
fraternal visit
on  Friday
A. W. McLeod
i
INSURANCL
i\ Very seedy job
evening.
The best kiln-dried wood, a three
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three horse
load for only JH.00.   Phone 413.      **
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gardner returned
to their home in Blaine yesterday
after spending some time in this city
visiting .Mrs  John E. Insley.
Call and inspect the new shapes in
men's spring headgear. A. S. Mills &
Co., 517 Columbia street, past city
hall. **
Loaded with 0000 tons of rai's, the
steamer Strathallen came up river
yesterday morning, tieing up at Port
Mann, where the cargo will be discharged. The rails will be used in
the building of the Pacific section of
the C. N. R.
Selling exciseable liquors during
prohibited hours was the serious j
charge preferred against Charles
Schwan, of the Colonial hotel, Clarkson street, at the police court yesterday morning and after a lengthy hearing he was found guilty and mulcted
in $75 and costs.
The case against James Ryan, who
is charged with stealing from a Jap
in a rooming house in the city, which
came before the police judge yesterday was for the second time ordered I
to stand over, this until Friday. .Thej
hail was increased to $100 as against
the appearance of the defendant.
Westminster cleaily outc'assed tne
team from the lmpeiial rink, Vancouver, at hockey last night at the
Pythian rink in this city. The locals
were all over the visitors from whistle
to whistle and Swanson, Wagner and
Huff between them were responsible!
for the tour goals scored by this city's!
The Public
Supply Stores
ORANGES
We have them
in   all grades.
Our 25c.
oranges cannot
be beaten.
of exceptionally  attractive  appearance
Our showing of women's and misses' spring suits finds a place high  in the estimation of thos      i
have been careful to examine into the features most prominent.   In the  first place    fabrics    nave
carefully selected.    Perfect tailoring gives assurance of proper lit and   comfort.     Style   characterl
appeal to all who care about liaving the newest to he had.    Now is the time to choose.   \y<
to this week's showing of suits and coats.
. e invite
5 OU
APPLES
A splendid eating apple at 3
lbs. for 25c.
We also  carry
cheaper grades.
Yv'e will admit, but we had to do it to
let you know that we still lead in
the SEED business.
See our window display.   We handle
besides drugs a fine line of
KODAKS AND
SUPPLIES
CHOCOLATES
SPECTACLES
All prices.
And
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Curtis' Drug Store
New   Westminster.   B    C.
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Princess St
team, while Spike netted the only
point for the visitors. The game was
fast all the time, but Westminster on
top from the start rarely gave the
opposition a chance to get through.
Hector McCaig acted with every acceptance as umpiie.
Police Sergt. Stanton is a busy man
these days and the presence of two
prisoners in the dock at yesterday s
court wus due principally to the astuteness of that officer. Christopher
Knudsen tind Roy Stewart were charged with stealing and receiving silverware to the value of $30 from a cafe
in the city. Chris, in face of the police evidence, wh:ely plead guilty and
twelve months will be devoted to
government service with brief spel s
for exercise by the bold bai youth.
The member of the Stewart clan paid
$25 and at this he must consider himself a fortunate fellow.
The precepts of the Salvatnn Army
were not carried out to tlie letter by
Thomas Smith and as a result he was
hauled before Police Magistrate Edmonds yesterday, the charge 1 elng one
of using un-S. A. language to a mem
her of the Blood and Fire sect and
with Interfering with tlie devotions of
that body. The court, bearing ln mind
the fact that much good was being
done by Booth's order and that the
devotees must be protected, inflicted
a line of $10 on the man with the odd
name. He was given the option of
resting in seclusion for a period of
twenty days, but as he preferred his
freedom he came through with the
ready.
Remember, we
have a full
line of
Green Vegetables
always on hand
Grey, Diagonal
Tweed Suit
$37.50
A suit of exceptional stylish appearance. Material is n fine
diagonal tweed in grey. Coat is
short, lined with satin and trimmed with black piping. Skirt
made in straight gored narrow
style.    Kach   $37.50
Children's
Reefers
$2.50 to
$7.50
Scarlet and navy blue serge
reefer coats in styles suitable
for children one to twelve years
of age. The various styles are
nicely cut and trimmed with
braids and gilt buttons. Kach
$2.50 to     $7.50
Navy Blue
Cloth Suit
$29.50
Cloth in fine basket weave; coat
has collar and trimmings of
black Ottoman silk, fancy braid
buttons, silk lining; skirt plain,
straight gored style, trimmed
with wide fold.   Kach . .. .$23.50
Grey Striped
Coats, ful1 length
Each $23*50
Among the season's most popular coats are these grey striped
coats. Worsted materials i er-
fectly tailored in attractive
Btyles, full length, lined to
waist, Ivory buttons; all sizes.
Kach      $23.50
Black and
White Checked
Suit, $30
Coat is line 1 with Btriped a itln,
and is made with black piped
fold around bottom, a deep nil!
collar is of black miir.. _\*
trimmed with braid; Bklrl is
made with straight deep band
with hlack piping. Kach ..$30.00
Black and White
Striped Coats
$11*50 each
New straight cut coats, lined tn
the waist, hlack silk, collars
and black buttons; wry popular
styles.    Kach           $17.50
Black Satin
Petticoats
$6.50 each
Very soft and clinging, made
with narrow flounce ami flat
accordian pleated frill to dine
Bach   ��� 56-50
I
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Wide Variety in Silk" Moirette" Petticoats
Moirette underskirts are splendid wearing garments, sightly in appearance and retain Bnlsh under
severe wear. All the new cuts nni styles are featured in the new showing now on dlsplaj Manv skirts
are made with deep knee flounce or with narrow flounces of accordian pleating; others aie close fitting
styles suitable for wearing with new narrow skirts; also skiits In which no fullness what) ��� I
around hips, and buttoned up the back. Shown in sha h s of ere nn. nav y Wisteria, Empire green, oil
rose, tan, Sapphire blue, brown, cardinal, etc., and black;  also in two-tone changeable eft*
Each $4.50, $5.50, 6.75, 7.50 and $10.00
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The  Store for Women's Wear
:b
WASH   THOSE   PIMPLES  OFF.
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to Inhale.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Use D.D.D., that mild, soothing wash
that recognized remedy for Eczema
and all skin troubles. First drops
take away that awful burning Itch,
"leanse the skin���wash away every
umnle���every Impurity. Nothing like
D. D. D. for the complexion.
Get a trial bottle at least. Write
for it today to the D. I). D. Laborator-
'es, Cept. N. M���4!i Colborne St., Toronto.
For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
Fire Insurance
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Have you ever thought what'a financial loss a fire would be to
you ? Let us relieve you of that financial worry, by taking a
policy out on your house, furniture, etc.
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The Peopl
Trust Co., Ltd.
eopie s
W. P.  EDMONDS
Manager Insurance Department.
431  Columbia Street, Phone 669
5
���
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICK that Gerald E,
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mas-
ter mariner, Intends to apply for per-l
mission to purchase the following de-'
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Green Kiver, Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 8(J
chains, thence south 8(1 cliains, thenco
west 80 chains to point of commencement, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing- 640 acres
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LKWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20, 1911.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Cleared Garden Land '
$200 per acre
Several ten acre blocks to choose from. This land has been under cultivation for some years and the crops have made Ihe owner
rich. Two crops of potatoes will pay for lt. Handy to market. Transportation by steamboat and railway. Canadian Northern building
through the farm. Why buy brush land when you can get cleared
land at $200 per acre.
Terms, oAe-third cash, balance to arrange.
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, (1:20, 6:60, 7:20,8
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver  at  0,  7,  8  and  every   bei
hour until 11 p. m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Kxpress cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouuver at 7:20 a. ni., l
a. m , and 3:20 p. m.
LULU   ISLAND,   EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour tnc.fr
after up to 11  p.m., connecting at  Eburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY
h;ilf
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        SERVICE:
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. and   every
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW     WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Abbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster '.) a.m. and 6:05 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd. |
Vancouver     -     Victoria    -    Chilliwack   -    Aldergrove i!
Are You Aware
that electric power is available from our mains, which now cxlci'1 r*
in addition to branch mains���from the west end   of the   city   bwm
Front street, thence along part of Columbia street, then via Brune
stieet to the Brunette river ?
Our power rates are low, and make possible   the adoption   01
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric drive.
Applications  for  electric power service may be made at the c
pany's local office, or a postal mailed to (ho head office, Vancom   ���
will also receive prompt attention.
B. C. Electric Railway Co'y, W
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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