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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 5.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., ,MONDA Y MORNING, MARCH 11, 1912.
fS    IN    PORT
IN    AND    AD-
5WNSITE.
WHITE, 8HILE3 & CO.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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ESCAPES GALLOWS
Slayer   of Girl   Pronounced
Sane.
ST. ANDREW'S WAS
FIRST ON MAINLAND
TYRANT Of HAYTI
SIX DEATHS IN EIRE
TO SERVE LIFE SENTENCE
Middle-aged   Man   Who   Killed  Young
Girl on Street Because She Gave
Him Cold Shoulder.
Seattle, March 10.���Charles HuiTord,
44 years old, convicted slayer of Irene
Glauys Tesche, 18 years, was greatly
lei.e.cd yesterday when Judge J. T.
Kouald, In tho superior court, Instead
of imposing a death sentence, sent
Hunord to the penitentiary for life.
"1 don't care anything about the
conviction," said Hufford, after the
trial, "but I'm afraid they'll hang me."
Judge Ronald, after a moment of reflection, relieved the prisoner's suspense on this point, and Hufford sank
back in his chair anJ really enjoyed
the reaction.
"I feel no pity for you, Hufford,"'
said tne court. "God gave the lltt.e
girl liie and you took It from her.
Now tue law gives me the power to
take your life as you took the girl's
life but vengeance does not belong
to the law. God gave you your Ufa,
and 1 am going to give it back into
His keeping, and let Him take lt when
He plejses. Charles Hufford, I sentence you to imprisonment in the
penitentiary at hard labor for thc remainder of your life."
Hufford shot and killed Gladys Irene
Tesche on December 31 last, at. West-
lake avenue and Pike street. The
man an.l the girl had been friends
several weeks, and the girl had failed to keep an appointment with him.
She was with her mother when Hufford met them. Reeaues she failed
to meet him ho had made up his mind
lo "plug her good ancl plenty," he 8:'!d
so he bought a revolver, and thirty
minutes later used It on her with
fatal effect.
Hufford's defense was Insanity, anl
though testimony was introduced tt
show that he had been In an insane
asylum and that his mother and
brother were Insane, eNperts declare!
he was sane when he committed the
crime. After the trial he admitted
that he was not Insane when he' slew
the EliI- ._ ^ .-,    _-
Story   of   Founding   of   Presbyterian
Church���Preacher Taught Schocl
in the City,     .
On March 12, 1802, Rev. Robert
Jamieson landed ln New Westminster
and founded at. Andrew's church, the
flrst Presbyterian church on the mainland of British Columbia. The churcn
of that day was the old wooden building that stands alongside the church
of today, and ls now used as a church
hall.
Mr. Jamieson also organized the
flrst school ln the city. At flrst he
taught school himself, in his own
house, but government aid and a
teacher were soon forthcoming. He
was pastor of St. Andrews from 1862
lo 1884. Afterwards he was chaplain
at the penitentiary for some time, and
died in 1893.
Two daughters of 'Mr. Jamieson arc
married in the city, one of them Mrs.
Postle an.l Ihe other Mrs. Rae.
At the morning service yesterjay,
Rev. J. S. Henderson made some personal allusions to Mr. Jamieson. In
those early days, Mr. Jamleson's territory extended from Langley down
the river as far as Richmond. It was
not unusual for him to preach at
Langley In the morning, at Maple
Ridge in the afternoon, and at New
Westminster in the evening, the
preacher coming down the river in a
canoe.
The real anniversary of the church
will be celebrated in May when the
synod meets.
Convicted of   Having   Instigated to Riot.
IS CONDEMNED TO DEATH
Notorlcuily Illiterate, He Turned Over
Hla Own Brothers to Pr?jHcnt
to Be Shot.
Port Au Prince, Hayti, March 10.���
Convicted of having instigate J tho
riot of March'15, 21)08, in which ten;
persons lost their lives, Gen. Jules
^oicou, former military tyrant of'
Hayti, was condemned to death
by a Jury ln the criminal coyrt.
Among the ten persons who were
shot to death as a result of this riot
were thiec of the dictator's owu
brothers.
The date of Coicou's execution haa
not yet teen fixed.
While in oitice as military commander of the district of Port Au Prince,
Coicu was noted for his illiteracy, his
tieachery and his bloodthirstineBs. In
the roiiting of 1��08, after he had instigate.I the rtiaturijance, he turned
his three brothers over to President
Alexis for execution and personally
directed thee killing on the following
day.    Although he was convicted for
Destructive   Exphsion    Follows Incendiary Blaze.
MANY PERSONS HOE WEB
PIONEER PRIEST
���   PASSES TO REST
Rev. Father Fouquet Died at Mission
on Friday Funeral Takes Place
Today.
PANAMA CANAL BILL
No Preference Proposed for
U. S. Vessels.
MAXIMUM TOLE $1.25 A TON
Warehouse Walla   and   Great    Doors
Blown  Into Street Overwhelming
Spectators and Firemen.
Winnipeg, March 10.���A number
suffered more or less serious injuries
as the result of the explosion which
followed an outbreak ot  fire in    the  ���.  .,,.,..  ,,,    ,,,,,���,
rear of the Radtord-WH^ht Co., LU., I zealous labors in the early days
Rev. L, Fouquet, O.M.I.. died at Mission City on Priday evening, aged Hz
years. Father Fouguet wasia native
of Lyons, France, and he was the first
white man to traverse many districts
of British Columbia.
On the occasion of the celebration
of the golden jubilee of the Oblates
held In this city on August 15, 1910, a
presentation was made to Father
Fouquet by St. Peter's parish in token
of appreciation   of    his   heroic   and
As.
Vessels Owned by Railway Companies
Engaged in Interstate Commerce
Refuaed Passage.
wholesale Bash and floor factory, I far back as 1862 Father Fouquet.
776 Main street, shortly after 10 I pitched his tent on the banks of the
o'clock Saturday night.    Captain I>e-, Fraser, near the spot where the city
causing the deaths of ten persons, thc
full number of his victims ls given as [escaped  uninjured,
twenty-seven.
Coicou,   unable   to   write, found
necessary to si^n hia decrees while in escape."
wltt and six of his men oil fire 'i.a.i '
No. 3 were training hose on the bacit
of the building where the flre, supposed to be the work of an incendiary,
had started in a lean-to annex, when
without warning the back wall and
the great doors opening on a spur
track were blown out, the little party
going down in the wreck and ruin
which caught and overwhelmed several spectators and passers-by.
"I  was standing - directing    o^era-! ���days
tions," said Captain Dewitt, "and had j
a miraculous escape, McPherson   and
Molyneaux being   killed   at   my feet,
while not a man else of   our   squad
Tons    of    bricic
! and the doors fell round us.   The men
jl j were   caught   without   a chance   to
Washington, March 10.���By a vots-
of 14 to 4 yesterday the house committee on interstate commerce adopted the bid for the government of the
Panama canal. The bill would give
to the president authority to fix tolls
within certain restrictions.   The maxi-
market  now stands.    Afterwards  ha   mum toll would be $1.;;5 a ton and the
built a church which continued In uso | minimum not less than   an    amount.
till the present edifice was erected.     ! sufficient to maintain and operate the
The funeral will   take   place   this : canal.   No preference would be shown.
morning at Mission City. Rev. J.
Welch, O.M.I., will be the celebrant
of requiem high mass.    Among    the
American vessels.
The bill v.ouid ?lace in the power
of tne president ail appointments, te
many priests who wlll be present is  give the positions connected with the
Father Peytavin, a   brother   pionee
missionary and co-worker with Father
Fouquet in the hard and stirring early
olfice with a rubber stamp.
PREMIER'S TOUR
OF THE PROVINLE
CHICAGO FIRE COST
SEVERAL  HUMAN   LIVES
BRINGS
MONEY TO EIGHT s
Along    with the Solicitor G:n?ral Addresses Large Mectino a*. Nelson
���Harry Wright.
Nelson. B.C., March It).���The biggest meeting of tne tour was address-
fc.t oy freniieT Mcunde and Attorney
General Bowser ut tne operu lipase
IsSfat Saturday fltgnt. ""ft Is estimated
~*j*.al weie present, Including many
1jj:c8.    Mr. J. Irving presided.
Among tnose on tue piatiunn wero
Mr. i-iuiry wrlgi.t, tue lormer mem-
uer. he made a short adiress, ex-
resslng dlsap; ointment at not being
nominated, as ne had serv od the peu-
pie raithiully. While not announcing his withdrawal uenniteiy ms
words le.l to tne belief that he will
do so as he said he had always stood
b.v the conservative party and always
intended ��o.
Chicago, March 10.���Eight persons
are known to have lost tbeir lives lp
the fire whicli destroyed the Barnett
house and the Salvation Army hotel
a four storey 10 cent lodging house on
South Clark street. Ten persons are
missing, who, the firemen fear, have
been burned to death.
Within a few minutes after the fire
started 200 men, women and children
staying ln the Barnett house were in
a panic. Many leaped from the upper
stories into life nets, while others
saved themselves by means of the
flre escapes.
l'he dead are: E. Molyneaux, fireman of No. 3 fire hall, caught by explosion, back broken; died in St.
Boniface hospital shortly after midnight. Charles McPherson, fireman.
No. 3 hall, caught by explosion and instantly killed; Walter Rowley, teamster, caught by explosion; Leo J.
Bluett, bartender at the iManor hotel,
caught by explosion while passing.
Charles Chapman, aged 12, caught by
explosion: Clarence Winkler, employee In the C. P. R. dining car department, fell through glass roof of
passenger terminal.
The injured were: R. G. McDonald,
fireman No. 3 hall, fracture of thigh
and internal Injuries, condition serious; Charles Schram, fireman No. 3
hall, h.ind injured; J. McKinnon, iire-
nvan No. 3 hall. Injured not seriously
MANY VISITORS
TO PORT MANN
Frame of Hotel    Ic   Complete���Other
Signs    of    Activity���Rapid
Progress.
Two launches were busy all yesterday taking up visitors to Port Mann.
Between 90 and 100 persons must
have visited the new town, which ls
daily attracting more and more attention.
Buildings are being begun on the
town-site, and rapid strides have been
made with the new hotel.    The Sun-
operation of the canal and the appointment of a governor at a salary of $10,-
0U0 a year to serve four years.
"That the president is hereby    authorized to presciibe and from time to
time change toll charges for the use
of the Panama canal by all vessels,
except those belonging to the government of the United States (including;
those ot the  Panama Railroad company), and the   government   of   the
Kepumic of ranama, which excepted.
| \ c-fcttls shall not be charged tolls.
!    "Charges may be based u^on gross-
or net registered tonnage,    displacement tonnage, or otherwise, and may
; be based on one form of tonnage for
| warships and    another   for ships   of
\ commerce, hut the tolls shall not   exceed $1.2a per ton,   based   upon net.
registered tonnage for ships of commerce, nor less tuan    the .estimated
proportionate cost of the actual operations of the canal."
The prohibition   clauses,   summarized, include:
"That it shall be unlawful for ships.
to pass through the canal which are
owned, leased, operated or controlled
by any railroad company engaged ia.
interstate commerce or by any other
the Barnett House ten unconscious
persons, overcome by smoke, were
carried out, while flve women, ako unconscious, were removed from rooms
In the Salvation Army hotel. AAewly
born baby, child of one of these
women, is missing and Is believed to
have perished ln the flames.
Eight men. terribly injured by
jumping from the third storey wlhdow
of the Salvatlou Army hotel, were
picked up in the street.
The firemen were rendered helpless
against the flre by the dense smoke,
Mr. VV. it. McLean, the Conservative and three attempting rescues on the
candidate, praised Mr. Wright for the third floor .were dragged unconscious
spirit he had shown. They always from the burning structure. Only a
Knew him tor a good sport and he few seconds later the roof of the
had shown it now.   Mr. McLean spoke . building fell ln.
Krom tne ai^an* �����r&ffi&  ^C^s^^^^^^s
glass; Tony Schlloaky, scalp wound,
not serious; Antonie Naranue, spectator, fracture of skull, internal In
juries, may die.
day before last three   or   four   men
-ners* engaged ln clearing tbe ��i\�� tor  corporation, iu  which    auub    r.nUoa.t.
the buSSfSlsNaii vosteraay tive twa>  company Uaa anj. Vntereat ^lftaM. <***����.
stood  already    finished.    Two    otber   or by any persons, aasodatloil or cor-
small buildings are also nearing com- Potion ^th Intent   U>   restrain   oar
I pletlon.    The  atmosphere ot  activity   Prevent, or with the eflect of restrain-
is further emphasized by the presence
of a large quantity  of ties  and  big
Six persons arc de;*. one or more , brldge timberS(  wych are  being  un-
c possibly fatally injured. , Joaded from a scow at the huge JL^
arc
THINKS SCOTT ALSO
Over Four Thousand Dollara Returned
to Eank of Montreal at Victoria-
It Helps Some..
Ellis to the value   of $4760,   being
part of the loot secured on September  of the advantages of the district and
15 last, were returned to the bank's   ms desire to serve lt. i
branch at Victoria on Saturday.   Tho j    Premier Mcbride got an enthusias-'
money was brought back by a China-  tic reception.   He   was   glad   to see
man and is sail to be part of the find. I that there was liKely to be no opposi-
that 13 alleged to have been made by   Uon In Nelson except by a Socialist.
Chinese boys in Tlpperary park. | He never could understand tne Social-
According to Victoria reports thla ists. lt seemed if there was only one
second haul Is the result of suspicions
aroused, when Westminster Chinamen
recently handed over $4000 said to
have been discovered by tho boys,
that this sum was not the whole of
that found. The detectives who pursued the investigation are said to
have followed the traces over to Victoria with the successful result mentioned above, TIiJb brlnrs the to'ul
amount recovered to date to about
$40,0(10. Two hundred and thirty thousand dollars or so aro still at large.
REACHED THE POLE
CANDIDATES ARE
NOW IN THE HELD
Skeena District Conservatives at Convention Saturday Nominate
Manson.   .
N0TA8IE WELSH
SINGER IS DEAD
in the district he would run anyhow.
'that might, of course, be laudable.
He commended the enlrlt saown by
Mr. Wright and In his speech of abou;
an hour sel forth the government
policies. Branch railway lines into
Kootenay wei>,e probably next in order,
as he knew these were contemplated
by Messrs. Mackenzie & Mann. Questioned about the bridges over the pr,nce Rupert March 10._A Mpra.
Kootenay river at Nelson, the prem er seIUaliv<5 COUV���ntlon of Sheena Dia-
; said he was not going to promise frlct Con8ervaUve8 on Saturday unam-
bridges to get votea. He did not go m()u8ly endorsed Mr. William Manson
around with a bridge in one pocket ag candMate wlth one 80iitary ex-
and a wagon road in another but ceptlon that of Dr w. B Ciayton.
would take the matter up with the w^0 hag beeu worklng for monthB lu
hoard of trade committee, and it con- 8<��ure the nomlnatlon but who falled
vlnced a bridge was needed and could eBterday t0 ^cme a mover for hi*
be constructed at a reasonable coat lt. ��wn candjdacy.
Hobart, Tasmania, March 10.���Captain Roald Amundsen, discoverer of
the South Pole, sail today tbat he
thought it possible that Captain
Robert F. Scott, the British explorer,
also had attained the pole. He hoped
so, at least.
His own base was 500 miles from
that of the Englishman. He had no
idea as to the time Captain Scott
started for the pole.
{Most of the visitors were prospective
i buyers  and In  some cases  men  wbo
j had already bought and were anxious
to see their new property.
TO ANSWER CHARGE
OE CORRUPTION
TURN FIRE HOSE ON
MILITANT LABORISTS
San Diego, March 10.���When the
Industrial Workers of the World refused to disperse on request of the
chief of police the flre department
was called out and the speakers bowl
Magistrate   Says    He    Will   Commit
South  Vancouver School  Trustee
for Trial.
South'
Spencer
Vancouver, March   10.���Mr.
Robinson,   councillor   and
ed over with a stream of water and  chairman of the school board, will be
S~m.m-.~tt..      AAmmlHnl fnr*     trill navr
then washed from the streets.
AMERICANS  DEFEAT
ENGLISH POLO TEAM
Mra. Kate Wynne Matthison, the Linnet of Wales, Lived Here During
Last Year.
Madame Ifate Wynne Matthison
died last night at the home of A. A.
Matthison, her son, commercial manager of the B. C. Telephone company
in Westminster. Mrs. Matthison was
74 years of age, and her death brings
to an end a period of decline.
Mrs. Matthison was a great Welsh
singer of the seventies, when she and
her sister Madame Edith Wynne were
known to fame as the Linnet and the
Nightingale of Wales. Forty-nine
years ago In 1863 Mrs. Matthlscn was
choseh to sing "Ood Save the Prince
of Wales" on tho famous occasion of
King Edward's marriage. With her
death there thus passes away one
of the most noted singers of the older
days. Mrs. Matthison has been living
ln Westminster since December, 1910.
Sho came out at that tlmo on a visit,
hut llkod the country so well that Rho
determined to stay here, and took up
her residence with her con. ��� ��
Arrangementa have been made for
tho funeral to take place oa Tuesday
at 2 p.m., when the service will be
held ln the cathedral.
would be bui.lt not as a favor but ai
a right. The announcement waB
greeted with loud applause. Attorney
General Bowser a;ain tore up the
Liberal platform, but he did not speak
at great length, as he said tt was no
use firing good shot at a dead bird, ln
(his campaign they were simply beating the air, as the Liberals had not
shown spirit enough to fight.
The Socialists, though impracticable, had shown a better principle In
the fljht. He would like anyone to
tell him anything the Liberals had
left out of their crazy quilt platform.,
The meeting closed with cheers for
the premier, the attorney general and
the candfdate. Messrs. Nell F. McKay
of Kaslo, and James H. Schofleld, ot
Ymlr, both unanimously renominated
for their constituencies within the
past two days, were among those
present.
RATE8 REDUCTION ON    <
W. P. AND Y. ROAD
Ottawa. March 10.���The railway
commission, which recently reduced
rates one-third on the White Pass
and Yukon railway, has rescinded Its
action.
Before this was done the commission secured promises from the road
that rates would bo ipatorlally reduced, lt bases Its action on th a
statement of the ropd that lt would
be compelled tp defsult In payment of
Interest to bondholders to the extent
Of.tl27.000.
San Diego, March 10.���The All-
American polo trophy was brought
back to the United States today when
Pasadena defeated the English team
by a score of 8>4 to 7. -The game wa3
marked by sensational playing
throughout.
In the convention, which had full
representation from Aldermere, Telkwa, Francois Lake, Bella Coola, Hazelton, Skeena river points, Stewart,
Queen Charlottes and practically
every part of the riding, tue feeling
was moat Intensely in ��� favor of Mr.
Manson and the McBride government.
Reports from all the delegates are to
the effect that the district ls a unit
ln favor of the late member, who will
carry the election without difficulty.
Dr. Clayton, lt Is believed, will run
i independent of the convention. Alder
man Montgomery, of the Longshore-
men's union, is the nominee of tha
Socialist part;. The Liberals have
not yet deci.lod upon a course. Mr.
Manaon'a election is considered certain.
Last night a bumper gathering waa
held in honor of the visiting delegates
to the convention. The speeches delivered all rang with the note of victory.     	
SOCIALISTS MAY RUN
A THIRD CANDIDATE
There ls a chance that there wlll be
a third candidate in. the fleld at tho
approaching provincial election. The
Socialists are contemplating running
a man. and it ls Wleved that Mr.
Rav, lately vice-president pf tho
Trades and Labbr council, his con
son ted to be a candidate lf the neces
sary arrnneements for the campaign
can be made.
/
CHINESE TROOPS
TAKE FAMOUS PASS
Statesmen Anticipate    Great Trouble
In Bringing North and South
Near Set.I ement.
Pekin;, March 10.���A report has
been received > In Peking that Tung
Kwan, the famous pass on the border.*
of Shen Si and Ho Nan provinces, has
been captured by General Sheng
Yuan, governor of the province of
Shen Si. The report says that lOoo
republican cavalry and Infantry have
deserted to the imperialists, and that
a formidable portion of the republican
army ln the north, Is showing strong
symptoms of reaction. If the report
is true many statesmen anticipate
great difficulties ln bringing tho north
and south near a settlement.
Pekin; March 10��� Yuan Shi Kal
waa formally inaugurated president of
tbe new Chinese republic today. A
large crowd gathered, attired mostly
ln uniform and ln European dress.
The president promised to uphold the
republic and Jo retire when the national tAsembly appoints a permanent
piesident
formally commute! for trial nex
Wednesday, according to the announcement of Police Magistrate J.
C. McArthur, made in the rolice to^rt.
Mr. Robinson has been accused by
Mr. Fred Groves of corruptly accepv
ing or obtaining from Mr. Richard
Tlmmls flve hundred dollars as a reward between March 7 and ��9 la:;
year, having been a party to t'# purchase for South Vancouver as a
school site of block 78, D. L 36 and
61 for the price of $11,500, through
Mr. Tlmmls as agent, Mr. Robinson
then knowing that the owner and vendor wns receiving $10,600 for the saiil
property. Mr. Robinson was chairman of the school boarl at that time.
The evidence given in the case at
the preliminary hearing wa�� very contradictory, aald the magistrate, who
stated that he reluctantly sent the defendant up tor trial being forced to do
so for technical reasons. Only three
witnesses were called, and these were
all for the prosecution, being Messrs.
Fred. Groves, R. Tlmmls and Robert
Barter, last year a member of the
school board. Mr. .1. W. deB FarrU
represented Mr. Groves, and Mr.
Hamilton Reid the defendant.
ing or preventing competition through
the   Panama   canal,   either   between^
ships, ship lines and steamship companies or between ships, ship lines or
ship companies or railroads.
I    "/hat it shall be unlawful for any*
.ship to pass through the c .nai if the
[owner siiall be engaged in any agree-
' ment, combination, ship rinj, or commerce with intent to restrain or prevent, or with the effect of restraining
or   preventing   competition    througn^'
the Panama canal among ships, shi;>
lines or ship companies."
The bill would establish one United'
States district Judge with magistrates
and bailiffs in the various towns
throughout the zone and would provide jury trial on demand in all
criminal cases and cases at law. Th<?
dlBtrict court would have appellate-
jurisdiction with the circuit court of
appeals at New Orleans.
Extradition of criminals also, would
be provided.
FINDS FORTUNE W
BRICK FIREPLACE
STORM SWEEPS /
SAN DIEGO COAST
San Diego, March 10.���A terrific
windstorm has been ln progress here
since Saturday night, wrecking fishing schooners, uprooting trees anl
damaging buildings. Tho hulls of
wrecked vessels can be seen in the
surf and bodies aie washing ashore.
Heap of Silver and Gold Ccins Drop-
from Strange Hiding Place, Aftsr
Hundred Yeara.
Asbury Park, N. Y., March 10.���Behind a"brlck fireplace in the old White
homestead, on Deal lake, Borden N-.
Jeffrys, who acquired the property
from hls mother, one of the White descendants, found a small fortune In
silver and gold coins that had probably
been concealed more than a century
ago.
Jeffrys lifted a brick from its place,,
and the coin began, to drop out He
put his hand Into a deep recess, and,,
shoving the treasure to the opening,
the coins fell ln a heap on the floor.
Amazed at the discovery, Jeffrys
collected the money and placed it in
a bag. He declines to state tba
amount, but neighbors say the sum
aggregates $15,000.
It is Impossible as yet to trace
from whom the money eame and by
whonk it was burled. Some believe*
the coin to have been the hoarding of'
a' shipbuilder mho lived during, the
war ot the revolution and who concealed his savings to prevent their
capture by roaming soldiers of tha.*
two armies.
Separate School Qusatlon.
Montreal, MSfch 10.���At a meetine
of French Canadians last night a
resolution was adopted demanding in-
alenlable rights of minorities in all
parts of Canada to maintain separate
schools. This Is the amendment to
be offered qt the third reading: of ths
i. \jtanii2ai Manitoba boundaries bill.
PLEDGE SUPPORT TO
PRESIDENT MADERO1
Mexico City. March 10.���Fully 20^-
000 persons gathered ln front of President Madero's ralace today, where he-
reviewed the demonstration from :t
balcony. The speeches of thn demonstrators, whllo not laudatory of "Madero. pledged surport ih fhe rtpprear
sion of anarchy hi tie rejttSlKr- PAOR TWO     if
4JTHE DAILY NEWS./
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1012.
MEXICO'8   REBELLION.
Personal   Facts About   the   Ex-Presl-
dent.
Diaz's cruelty led Jo his own downfall, and now It threatens to itead to
the downfall of Madero.   The present
rebellion ln Mexico springs from the
seed eown by Diaz, and no doubt tho
ex-rresldent,  from  his   European,retreat, is looking on with grimly humorous face at the situation in which
the    new    President    finds    himself.
Against Madero himself,  Zapata, the
WANTED-EXPERIENCED STENOG-1 r       the rebe,s   appears t0 have
?e ssb esaufffe**,,ariicuiar tHevnnce-excep: r ,h9
7 : ���   has not instantly transformed Mexico
RESIDENTS      to '��� ,nto ��� Garden of Eden.   All his hatred
WANTED���ANT KIND OF HOUSE-
work or nursing by a Scotch woman.
Apply Box 15 Newa office.
WANTED���A JAPANESE WOMAN
wants to do washing. Apply P. O.
Hox 438.   Phone 600.
the direction ot the house and hls
shotgun, the insane dog ln hot pursuit. Luckily O'Neals ls a speedy
man at 250 yards and reached tho
goal flrst. Once armed with the gun
he made short work of the dog, giving him both barrels full In his slender face from a window.
Today Hartline has all tts dogs and
mules in captivity and is praying for
a wind from the north.
WANTED���THE
know that I am MW'flptngWPg* j ,a directed toward Diaz and the work
SftfS^IjSWjttUM Olas left behind h.n, Because
pasteurized milk or cream to any; Madero has not immediately torn up
part of the city or district. Milk,! all the root8 of his predecessor, Za-
S quarts for 11.00; cream, 30c B|pata continues the war himself. He
pint Phone your order to R 873 < and Madero were 0nces comrades in
or write Glen Tana   Dairy. Queens- j amB    ,Mader(> owes a good deal to
him, and no doubt was ready to make
propetr acKnowledgment.   He was not
ready  to exterminate all  the former
friends of Diaz.   He admitted the impossibility of bringing  about  the  re-
KOll   SALE���WE    HAVE   A   FINE j lornls that Zapata demanded, so tha
homeslte subdivision, nearly   clear- "tiger of Ayala" is taking the job In
��d on the car line in the west end. , liand himself.
Prioe $450   per   lot.    Easy   terms
lm Lulu Island
Come early and secure the best
selections. Kraser Valley Invest
ment Co., Ltd.. G2(i Columbia street.
TOR SALE���THE STEEL MALLEA-
ble Range; Canada's Pride; on
��asy terms. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706   Columbia   Street.
City and Suburban Good    Things    In
Real Estate.
Edmonds���Just off Douglas road, ver/
close to car, two lots 41x204 feet;
each $1100; one-third cash.
EDMONDS���Lot 50x120, just one lot
off Vancouevr mad, opposite power
house; $550; $150 cash.
EDMONDS���Near corner Salisbury
and Phillips roads, large corner of
three lots one-quarter acre each;
$2000; one-third cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
TO BENT.
FOR RENT;���THE RINK PORTION
of the K. of P. Building is for rent;
lease if desired. Reid, Curtis ti.
Dorgan, 706 Columbia street, New
Westminster.
TO KENT���UNFURNISHED HOUSE
Veeylns rooma. M>p\y V108 WigUUi
avenue.
Victim of Land Grabbers.
Zapata was a small  farmer in the
State of  MoreloB some  fifteen years
ago, when lt was discovered that the
lutle  valleys    In  Morelos    contained
some of the richest agricultural land
in   Mexico,   and  produced   wonderful
sugar cane.   Friends of Diaz cast covetous eyes on it, and then began thc
process    that was familiar In    other
parts of Mexico.   The small landowners  were bought out  or driven out;
the hundred little farms were merged
in    tr.e  hute    ranch, and    a  singkf
wealthy man became the owner.    Zapata, with others of his class, was di*
! possessed, and became a laborer.  Un-
I like many of the others, however, ho
did not  tamely   submit,  and   thougu
1 open opposition was out of the ques-
j Uun,   lie   became   an    agitator,  wid
���* sought  to  arouse  the resentment of
his neighbors against   the landowners
and thc government that aided them.
1 He was marked out a dangerous tei-
I low, and was arrested.    Co.nvicte.l of
being  ah  enomy  to the government,
hs was   sentenced   to   Imprisonment
and to exile ii: ihe hot lands of Quintana   Uuo    where pol.tical    prisoners
are sci.t. ai a trom which as few re-
i...n alive as utm Siberia.
Madero's Southern Ally.
Zapata lived   through   his term   of
banishment,   and    returned    to   th<?
Village    of Ayala, his spirit    merely
hardened by his experience.    He had
been  made  more cunning  by  suffering, an.i his agitation was c.irried on
more   secdetly  than   before.        It  Is
known now that before Madero tooic
the field against Diaz, Zapata had al-
' ready planned a revolution, and had
I hundreds  of  desperate   men   pledged
to him.    When .Madero  rose,  Zapata
' roso too.    He communicated  to  Madeio beforehand, and wanted the nor-
^itiera leader  to  pay  tor  the  support
.that Zapata coull   give  him   in   th
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggiBt will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cu.e any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In 8 to 14 days." 50c.
DON'T BURN
Waste Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we wlll collect, free of
charge.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
At the Fisheries Wharf, Sapperton,
B.C., on Tuesday, the Nineteenth
instant, at two o'clock, p.m., the
Gasoline Schooner "Edrie," with
Equipment and Furniture.
Approximate length, one hundreJ
feet, beam, nineteen feet six inches,
engine one hundred and flfty horse
power.
Further particulars and order to Inspect boat can be obtained at the
Dominion Fisheries Office, New Westminster.
F. H. CUNNINGHAM,
Chief Inspector of Fisheries.
New Westminster, B.C., March 5, 1912.
NOTICE.
Applications addressed to the undersigned will be received at the city-
hall, up to 5 p.m., Monday, Marc?i
18 Inst., for the position of general
assistant in the accounting and treasury department. Applicants will please
apply in their own handwriting. Salary $100 per month.
J. J. MACKAY,
City  Treasurer.
New Westminster, B.C., March 9, 1912.
LOST.
LOST ��� GOLD NUGGET OFF
watchchain; weight about 1 oz.
Finder will receive a reward on
bringing same to Daily News office.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence of tlie rapidly Increasing volume of business, it is ordered by the council that in future n.i
applications, will be considered by tho
Hoard of Works unless such applications are received seven days before
Lhe date of meeting on February the
J9th inst.. and on every alternate Monday  thereafter.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk
Edmonds. 15. C, Feb. 12, 11112.
south, but Madero replied that he had !
j no  funds   for  the   purpose,   and   sug-'
��� gested that Zapata should act on his
own account.   Whether Zapata under-
; stoo.l this message as a letter of marque  is   uncertain,   but  certain   it  is
that he raised a large forte that ravaged the south of Mexico, and that his
followers    paid    themselves    .is they j
went.    Zapata and his men were th-: I
most savage fighters engage:! in thi \
revolution.    They were, in fact,  ban-j
dits,  although  the word  is one  that !
Zapata does not like, and on one o~-'
casion he challenged a newspaper edi- I
tor who used it incautiously.
TEACHERS   WANTED.
Wanted male teacher as flrst assistant at Lord Kelvin School. Applicants are requested to write, stating
(nullifications and salary required and
must be prepared to undergo an examination by the school medical officer. Applications to reach the secretary's    office by noon    of Thursday,
March 14.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary  Board   of Schoo    Trustee*.
I    New Westminster, B. C
NOTICE!
T
To whom it may concern: Take no
tice hereafter I will not be responsible for any debts made ly Mrs.
Rhoda McKamey.
T. R. McKAMEY,
Dewdney, B. C
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
COLLIE   GOES   MAD.
Dog
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
He part (10 acres) of lot 38, Group
1, formerly in Yalp Division of Yale
District, in the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of cer- j
��� tiflcate of title No. 10955F, issued In
I the    name   of Francis W. Ford, has j
been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall, |
at the expiration of one month from j
the date of the flrst publication here-!
ot, in a daily newspaper published In j
tbe City of New Westminster, issue ai
duplicate of thc Baid certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be j
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.!
\jaili\  Registry office.  New  Westmin-j
ster, B. C, March 9, 1912.
Makes  Some Commotion  on  the
Dear  Old   Farm.
I    Adrian, Wash., March 10.���An early
spring in   the  big  Hend  country  has
brougut forth more than a fresh crop
| of vernal poets and other similar disasters.    Large numbers of  dogs suddenly  gone mad an.l  larmers  in the
I community   thus   afflicted   are   in   u
; panic of fear.
I All the "canines" about here which
have not yet suffered a brainstorm In-
j duced by the unusually mild weather
I for this season of the year have been
tied up. '1 he surrounding towns have
been notified to watch their do>,��
closely and at the slightest sig:i o;'
mental derangement, either to shoot
or chain them.
T. (.'. O'Neals, a farmer 11 vin
Notice.
The statutory meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners will be
held In the Municipal Hall on Wednesday, March 13, inst., at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
ARUTHUR G. MOORE. Clerk.
Edmonds, B.C., March 2, 1912.
TO    CANADIAN    ARCHITECTS:
Competition for new University
buildings to be erected at Point Grey,
near Vancouver, Hritish Columbia.
The Government of Hritish Colum
miles south of' Hartline," is the "chief b,a invite competitive plans for th-5
BUtterer in the epidemic now raging j general scheme and design for the
O'Neals has lost three valuable ani-i')r0'10sed new University, together
mals as the result of his collie's In
seven
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 43, Wi. 47, 48. 57, 58 and 61,
62, 63, 64, 05 of lots 8 anil 11 Suburban Block 13, in the City of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of thc Ids I Of Certifl-
<cate or Title Number 14B6F, issued ln
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
Insen filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tho expiration of one month from
the date of tho flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
thc City of New Westminster Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unices In the meantime valid objection
toe made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
���J^and  Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C. Feb. 16. 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. ROO
LAND  REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land  Registry
Tansies Straightened out.
4C��rtis Block City Box 482
,,,.���t..,^a.    ���^w    University,
i with more detailed plans for the buildings  to  be   erected   first   at an esti-
I mated cost of $1,600,000.
|    Prizes of $10,000 will be ��lven for
the most successful designs submitted
j     Particulars of the compel ition   and
i plan of site may be obtained on io
quest from the undersigned.
The designs to be sent in by July ::i.
11912. addressed to
| THE  MINISTER  OF EDI'CATION'.
Parliament   Buildings-
i Victoria, British Columbia.
sanity. The dog yesteiday abruptly
Hew the danger signul and shortly
thereafter Charged with great force
and anger upon his master's perfectly
good mule, valued at {200.
I he mule, naturally resenting what
would seem to hate been an unwarranted attack, promptly turned ui on
a defenseless but nevertheless expensive and serviceable hog, devour.ng
the same before help could be summoned.
The mule then died.
O'Neals made it three when ho
signed the ma J collie's death certificate with several ounces of buckshot.
The collie was laid low, however,
only after it. had given O'Neals a very
fast run for bis life.
Mule Sounds  Warning.
The farmer was in the house when
tho    most    extraordinary  noise   was
wafted from the barns.      It was the
sound of the mule braying in its dem-1
ocratic way for assistance.     Hurried
Investigation on the i art of O'Neals [
showed the damage done.
Robert,  the deg, after executing a i
fast flank  movement, had burled  his
I poisonous  I lscusplds, in  the neck of
tho mule, anl the latter animal. ��p-
| parently not caring to pass on alone
Ito the Happy Hunting Ground, (herein cn quickly and effectually exterminated  the unobtrusive  porker.      The,'
hop, acording to its owner, had never , Chimney  Sweeping,
done any wrong. .    Eavetrough cleaning,
It was at this exciting moment that '        - "
O'Ne-ls appeared on the scent.   After'       Sewer Connectl"9.
o:io look hc retreated precipitately in Cesspools. Septic Tanks,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn   Phone  137
Beable Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  nt>Hii,
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. BC
Phone R672. 619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Etc.
Y
OU'LL find all the other new Spring Styles in Suits and Overcoats in the Fit-Reform Style Book. Write for a copy-
free, of course.
It shows the Suits and Overcoats that well dressed men are going
to wear this spring���and helps you tb pick out garments of
irreproachable elegance.   Mailed, free, to any address
^K3HHn
535
ACME CLOTHING CO.
C M. GREEN. Manager.
���MfrS&IWS' *-���*���*'** ������*.'���>���>*���-* *
Who Has The Goods ?
TRUTH WILL PREVAIL
New Westminster, B. C,
February 15th, 1912
I, Henry A. Stone, assignee of the estate of E. I. Gordon, of New Westminster, having been duly authorized by a
resolution at the meeting of creditors
held on February 8th, hereby hand over
and give possession of the Stock of Dry
Goods, Draperies, Fixtures, Etc-, of said
estate to Frederick Davis, of the city of
New Westminster, for 52 1-2 per cent.
of the amount of the invoice to me in
hand paid, for which this is a full receipt
Signed, HENRY A. StONE
AVIS
The Man Who Saves You Money MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRIW
PROBLEM    OF    THE    AGE.
Advance Made   In   Cancer   Research.
As tne result of discoveries made by
two German investigators of the highest rank, It Is probable that reseaUli
Into the cause and cure of cancer will
be placed on a no.v foundation. A substance has  been  discovered  that  do
stroys cancer ln mice; years of experimenting will be necessary before the
cure can be applied to human beings,
but there is every reason to hope that
Wassermann ami Ehrlich have made a
definite beginning along the road that
wlll   ultimately   lead  to  victory  over
cancer*- With  characteristic   caution
these two scientists warn us against
attaching too much importance to their
discoveries.    They have no evidence,
they say, to prove that the substance
that abolished cancer ln the mice will
act ln the same way upon human beings.    They  merely say lt "may  not
seem Impossible that a beginning has
been  made."      Other scie.itistj com
meriting on their work are not so mod-
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scato tonic as well.   Our grandmothers   '1 hey already hail tne dawn of tue day
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The One Great
cal   Event.
Big LAUGHING Musl-
MUTT
AND
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ORIGINAL
CREATION
50 PEOPLE
TWO Carload*
Of Scenery
JEFF
Big  NOISE from  Maine to
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Everything   New     and     Up-To-Date
with a $75,000 Production.
MUTT  and  JEFF,  It's a Corker.
GREAT
DON'T
MISS  SEEING  THIS
BIG  SHOW
AND   Dcn't  Fail   to   Bring  the   Little
Ones to  See   MUTT AND JEFF.
FRIDAY   EVENING  NEXT
March 15
Seats on sale at Tidy, t^e Florist's,
47 Sixth street, Tuesday morning.
Prices $.150 to 50c.    Boxes $2.00.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
^CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611  Victoria Street.
(Over Dally  News.)
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
has moved to
701 Front Street
New stock of fancy Woollen Suitings.    Prices low;  flt guaranteed.
After 605 Failures.
It will bo recalled that some years
ago a Scottish doctor, Dr. Bell, announced the discovery of a substance
thut lie believed would destroy cancer. At first there were great hopes.
Then came disappointment and in
Kngland his discovery was discarded
as worthless, ln Germany, however,
the scientists had more patience, and
it is suggested that Wassermann got
his first hint from Dell. Khrllch appears to have made his discovery
about the same time as Wassermann.
and Instead of struggling for the credit they have combined lorces, and ln
future will conduct their researches
in partnership. The name of the preparation that Ehrlich found to be a
specific in the case of mice speaks
volumes for the methods employed by
the scientific Investigator. It Is called "tiOli," because it was perfected
after t!05 failures. Several hundred
cases of cancer in mice wero treated
witb (JOG an.l ln every case, the mn-
l.gnant, growth was destroyed. In ��
few cases thc subject was des'rayed,
too, and why this might well happen
can be easily understood' when the
method of treatment is considered.
Treating the Mice.
It Is said that an accidental discov-1
ery put the scientists on the right |
track.      By   chance   they   discovered |
that salts of some rare metals when !
in contact  wirh  tumors displayed an ,'
affinity for the    tumor, and    ailo.vedi
itiemsehfcs to be absorbed by it. tviiilc i
leavin:,'  the  healthy   suirounding  tis-1
sue   unaffected.    After  many  expert-1
ments they produced a compound of;
eosin   and  selenium,   and  with  it  be- j
!,an   the  treatment  of  mice  affocteJ j
with cancer.   The fluid was applied toi
the tumor by Injection, and after the '
third injection a distinct softening of j
the growth was noticed.   By the tentli
'lay. If the tumor was' not unusually
large. It had, in fact, been d'.sso'.ved,
an'd reabsorbed by tbe system.      The
occasional   deaths   are   acountod   for
by the joisonlng of the blood through
the too rapid absorption of the malignant growth. Hundreds of experiments
showed exactly the same result;  but
yhat the   e.\j,frliuenters   were   mast
anxious about was the rC3slbl.lt>" cf
the growth returning.
Is There a Cancer Germ?        �� j  ********
They .were gratified to learn that j Cured Ml hy Cases cf 20 and 40 Years Standing
Where   tumors   had   been   completely |*" *
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periments  have  been   going on  over j and  Eend  name and   address.      Mr.'
a course of years, it is not jremature j Smith has suffered all the agony and
to declare that as far as cancer in
mice ls concerned a definite cure has
been  found.    There is hope, too,  in
the announcement of experiments carded on at the  Rockefeller Institute.
Theso very strongly indicate that csn-
cer is a parasitic disease, anj it was
cn    this    thtcry   that  Lr.  Le. 1,  Dr.
Beard an:l  Dr.  Doyen   invented   tha j
acrums that they hoped would counteract the diseaEe.   Doyen's serum has
proved serviceable in many cates, although it has proved no sucb specific
in the treatment of human belnys as I
the more recent preparations havo in
the case of mice.    Nevertheless, sb-
solute proof that cancer is a parasitic
disease  would  be of tremendous encouragement to the scientists who are
engaged in the struggle to master the
disease, for if there is a crncer germ
an antidote for It will be found.
A Rich Man's Dlceasc.
In the meantime, lt ls Interesting to
note from the publication of a Britisn
blue bood*that cancer Is the disease
of the    rich ant    overfed.     In    St.
George's H3nover Square, the Wealthiest parish In the United Kingdom, one
death of every eight is due to cancer.
In Oxford and Cambridge the rate Is
one In nine.   In Poplar and Bethnal,
districts where the poor are plentiful,
it is one in 19 and 20 respectively.   In
poorer  i/rovlncial    towns  the    ratio
sinks to 1 in 30.   The British Medical
Journal  Is of opinion  that the  rich
foods which the prosperous Indulge ir.
are  conducive  to  gout and  rheumatism, and that these irritate the tissues,of the body and   predispose to
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices.
Goods just   arrived
and Work Guaranteed
cancer.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
ON GMONG CO.
Merchant: Tailors
24 Mclnnla 6t., City.
Sealed tenders for the construction
and completion of the proposed Surrey Munlciral Hall, to be erected at
Cloverdale, B.C., will be received by
Spring: the undersigned up to noon of March
15, 1912. Each tender must be ac-
First-Class Fit coihpanled by Certified cheque equal
to 2 per cent, of the amount of
tender.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of the Municipal
Clerk, at Cloverdale, and at my office,
Sixth and Clarkson Street, New Westminster. Lowest dr any tender nol
necessarily accepted.
C. Hi CLOW, Architect.
try lt, but as he had suffered over
thirty years and wasted a fortune
with doctors and advertise* remedies,
he wouldn't buy anything more, until
he knew it was worth something. Thii
sample was 6ent, he purchased more
and the result was astonishing. He
was completely cured. This gave Mr.
Smith a new idea and ever since that
time he has been sending out free
sample boxes to all who apply.
At the U. C. College, loronto. It
cured Mrs. J. Whitley, who had sut-
fered excruciatingly. Fred K. McDonald writes from Sunny Brae, N. S.,
that "Gloria Tonic" has cured him of
a case of rheumatism of many years'
standing. From Ambrose M. e'.ansoii,
Meteghan River, Dibgy County, N.S.,
comes a letter that he h.is been cured
of a severe case.
Even the flrst sample box cured
Mrs. B. Brett, at 12 Powell St.,
Guelph, vOnt. Two boxes left Mrs.
Geo. Wright, of Coatlcook, Que., well
and happy.
Mrs. T. .Dellne, West Plain, On'.,
writes that she could scarcely dress
herself because of rheumatism, but
that "Gloria Tonic" has completely
cured her. Mr. George Lees, of Dun-
das, Ont., says that he tried many different remedies, but found no relief
until he tried "Gloria Tonic," while
Clarence A. Scott writes from Toole-
ton, N. B��� that he feels that he owes
his life to this great remedy.
A case of 13 years' suffering is reported by James McFirlan, of L'Ama-
ble, Ont., but "Gloria Tonic" cured it
quickly. Even prominent physicians
have to. admit that "Gloria Tonic" is
a ptfsftlve success, among them Dr.
Quintero of the university of Venezuela, to whom It was recommended
by the United States Consul. In hundreds of other Instances the result
has been the same. It cured many
cases which defied Hospitals, Dru.;s
and Electricity, among them persons
of upwards eighty years of age.
Mr. Smith will send a SOc box FREE
also his Illustrated book on rheumatism, absolutely free ot charge, to any
reader of. the Dally News, for he ls
anxious that everybody should profit
for many things in cooVery, St. Charles Cream
is an essential.    It is as good as the best mille
or cream for any purpose.    For many purposes
it is much Letter.    It gives to coffee,
for instance, a flavor which even the
best of ordinary cream  cannot approach, and  it aids in bringing ont
the delicate aroma of chocolate and
cocoa.   For confection and ice cream
it is unexcelled.    For invalids and
infants it is indispensable. Jt never
curdles.   It strc ngthens the strong.
If only pure water is adc^cd it will agree with
the most delicate stomach.
Sold by best grocers everywhere. ,
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING CO.,
Ingeriolf, Oat.
'��
fte/r works shall ye
^know them"
On die merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
%
JOHN   A.   SMITH.
torture from rheumatism, tried all tho
remdles known, and yet utterly fal.ed
to find relief.
At times he was so helpless that he
had to take morphine and after considerable doctoring he gave up in de-
apair. He began studying Into the
causes of rheumatism, and after mucu
experimenting, finally found a combination of drugs which completely
cured him. The result was so.beneficial to his entire | system that he
called his new found remedy "Gloria
Tonic." Those of his friends, relatives and neighbors suffering from
rheumatism were next cured and Mr.
Smith concluded to offer his remedy
to the world. But he found his taa<f
a difficult one as nearly- everybody
had tried a hundred <Jr mdre remedies and they couldn't be made to be- by his good fortule. Simply tear out
lleve that there was such a thing a* this advertisement and send It to-
a cure for rheumatism. But an old gether with your name and address,
gentleman from Seguin, .Texas, U. 8. to
A., wrote to him saying if Mr. Smith JOHN A. SMITH,
would send him a sample  he would  1228 Lain* Bldg., Windsor, Ont.
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good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Theur*efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.  They
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THE DAILY NEW*.
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912.
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The Daily New,
Published by Tbe Dally Newa Publish
*Sms Company, Limited, at their offlce-
ir of McKenzie and Vtctorl
Streets.
A FIRM POLLICY.
The firm hand shown by the British
government in dealing with the insistent suffragettes is said to mee:
with general approval in England and
we are sure lt will do so all over the
civilized world, says the Colonist.
Whether women are to be given voted
.or not, those who seek to secure this
right and every one else must be
-taught that the laws must be respect-
,ed. and whatever degree of punishment may be necessary to secure that
respect must be resorted to within
the limits of the law. The suffragettes
have presumed upon the fact that
they are women. If men had acted is
they have, treatment accorded to
them would have been far more severe
than that extended to these misguided
creatures. Wanton destruction of
property is a thing tbat cannot be
tolerated, and women must be shown
that they are as amenable to the law
as any one else. We take very littlo
stock in the story of the alleged
threat to poison the family of the
' prime Minister, but there is only one
step beyond the recent rioting, and
that is bloodshed. To think that
women who resort to such a course,
claim that they thereby demonstrate
that they should be entitled to a voice
in the^fcovernment of the country is
even worse than a proposal to estab.
lish polling booths in asylums for the
insane.
HANG   UP   MB  OLL   ��IKaW   MAT.
Marlar. here's me ole straw hat.
Please hang It up, me dear;
On that same natl where It hea hung
Nlgh on to twenty year.
It's Rittln* frosty, an' me hair
Hain't very thick on top.
An' that air hat's got nary crown.
An' the rim goes kerflop.
Them sparrows built a nest In It
An' wasps an' them hen lice,
An' that air crown was all chewed up
By them air pesky mice.
Now twenty year Is mlddlln' long
To wear around one hat.
Thewlmmln folks change hats each month.
You're well aware o' that.
I've carried epgs up from the barn
���  In that ulr handy hat.
An", though she's got some egg smear on.
1 do not kcer fur that.
I've brousht you berries from the field
ln that good ole straw hnt,
An' onct 'twas full o' kittens
Laid by ole mammy eat.
I've filled 'er up with cabbage leaves
To keep me hot hoad cool
An' often dipped o drink with It
Down nt the meadow pool.
That ole hats a'most busted.
But to me she looks good.
I wouldn't swop 'er fur the plug
Of eny New York dude.
Bo hang 'er up on that hlRti nail
An' keep >-��safe. mc denr.
When robin iorr.es to nest ag'ln
I'll wear that hat nexl year.
C.  M   /SAKN1TZ.
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! Correspond
ence
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(The Dally News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by Its correspondents.)
THE LIBERAL NOMINATION.
Editor Dally News:
Sir,���On account of the broad scope
No harm at all, but much good, would
resuit if that ooject were uccluentaliy
overleaped and the present government put ln a fatal minority. They
have well earned a much needed lea*.
���for the country's sake, If not their
own.
The six candidates whom the Liberal nominating convention put in
nomination���Messrs. Sword, Reid,
Bryson, Cotsworth and Dodd, with myself���well expressed the broad and
liberal spirit and representative character     of   the     meeting   embracing
of the call issued by tbe local Llbertl straight Liberal, Independent Libera
executive for the nominating conven- non-party opposition, and Labor rep-
tion of last Friday, which did me the resentatives, speaking for myself, I
honor in place me In the fleld as the ' would have heartily supported as tho
Liberal opposition standard bearer In standard bearer of the Liberal opposl-
thc strenuous contest    before    us in   tion party in this contest any one of
this constituency, the question has
been raised whether I am a straight
Liberal candidate, an independent Liberal candidate or simply a candidate
in opposition to the McBride government.
1 trust I am "straight" and "independent," in any event. I am certainly a Liberal, being president of the
local Liberal association and a dele.
the five nominees outside of myself���
did, in fact, support one, after two
(Messrs. Bryson and Dodd) had withdrawn before the ballot���and, as the
choice was conferred upon me, after
the withdrawals and a trial ballot, 1
deem lt only fair to endeavor to define my position as above an.l to acknowledge thy obligation, not only as
a candidate, but In the event of elec-
gate to the recent provincial Liberal' tion, to the various' opposition and in
dependent elements and factors   represented in my support.
Respectfully,
GEORGE KENNEDY.
convention which adopted the platform on which I stand and to all the
essential, well-defined planks and the
full spirit and tenor of which I
heartily subscribe. I am also without doubt an opposition candidate, In
the sense that I expect, to sit on the
opposition benches���if elected, of
course, and the opposition does not
change places wtth the government !
���The    unexpected    sometimes    hap
pens
I should also take the    first
KURIOS FROM K0RRESP0NDENT3
Q. 1  nm  told  that  tbere is enough
mineral  (ash. In com and  wheat to 0 ,lim:il   ,,,,,  ,,,���,,���,  ,��� .,���,.  Ill(,
supply nil that a hen needs for ber|..want of confidence" that I con-
systeui nnd eegs. Is this true? A. gcientlously and profoundly entertain
Whi-.it coutnluS bnt one-eiglith percent, towards the McBride government.
mineral, corn one-fifth, while an egg Is' Nevertheless, should the country be
t) per cent .ish. The mineral matter so unfortunate as to find itself siddled
must thus be supplied 1..V reeding oyster with another extension of tho present,
shell, limestone grit or crushed bone. | regime, I should, if in the House,
or a lieu will run short on eggs with-! " hi'e condemning and endeavoring to
out speaking of ber system's demands.  d�� '">   *h"re ,f>*ilr'1 correcting what
Q. A    writer   states   that   skinimilk | **8Hb*i,*UP^Z*�� * ^T^f t0 *?
contains ns great a per cent of protein s��0(i '" ,he "n,';osals und   lctions of
ns green cut bone, beef scran or blood
meal
ROYAL
COLUMBIAN
TENDERS.
HOSPITAL.
DRUNKEN SOLDIERS
LOOT JUAREZ BANK
of the four? A. Sklmmllk. 2.0: g.
bone. IS.; b. scrap. 00.2; b. meal. .".2.
Your writer likely referred to sklmmllk reduced to cottage cheese wben it
Is said to equal sirloin steak In protein.
Q, is milk albumen equal to meat
products for hens? A. Milk albumen
ix too costly for poultry nnd does not
bring the results you get from meat
foods.
  Q. Where mny 1 buy little turkeys n
El Paso. Tex., March 10.���Drunken j (1:lv ol(]?    A   Vou wm jjave ,0 or(ier
soldiers dynamited the vaults of the ��� your day-old turkeys from England, as
National Bank of Juarez, seized $17.-1 we know of no place In this country!
O00 in coin and currency and burned   where��� ll.ey are hatched and shipped
vuu iu *.*,** I    q   ^ | susceptible
many thousand dollars   worth of ��e"  toy,he ,,������,,ncp of ^(.tc>rla_���.,������' ��� ���
gotiable securities. | wet or (]rjr,    A   wbpu dry (ne t01lpl)
But for timely action by the bank ' membrane  (llnt  1)ues  tbe Cffeshell   |
officers the rebels would hive made  impervious to bacteria.    If water en-
a far larger haul.    Yesterday $100,000 iters  by   way  of  the  shell   [Hires  nnd
in currency belonging to the Mexican   soaks this membrane entrance to the;
government   was removed  to a  bank I egg content* is easy. I
.at V\ Paao for safekeeping.
Ottteera  ot  ttie xeYje\  forces    Yvave I     FEATHERS   AND   EGGSHELLS.     (
lost control over their men.   From the |    Beef  scraps  <f   poor   quality   affect
the government.
The call to the Liberal nominating
Flense state the protein content convention of Friday last was certain
ly broad, and rightly so. as the emergency is one which transcends mere
party interests. The necessity for
placing, at thc least, an effective op-;
position in the next legislature Is
such a crying, urgent and imperative I
one,  in  the  country's  interests,  that i
Tenders wiil be received by the undersigned, marked '"lenders fov Supplies," up to 12 o'clock'noon, Wednesday, March SO, 1012 for supplying
this hospital from April 1, 1 i> 12 to
March 81, 1U13, with theefollowlng articles:
Bread (white and brown).
Meats.
Milk (per gallon) and cream (per
pint).
Drugs.
Groceries.
Hardware.
Wood, slabs  (per cord).
Coal, lump, washed nut,    per   ton
anthracite in carload lots.
Fish.
Funerals. "*
Detailed    lists   of drugs, groceries,
hardware, meats and lish may be obtained at the hospital.   The lowest or
anv tender not necessarily  accented.
E. S. WITHERS.
Secretary.
Here are Two Good
Business Propositions
Corner Lot on 8lxth Street and Fourth Avenue, 94*132; this is an
ideal business or apartment house site. Price $8800.00; one-third cash
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Double Corner on Columbia Street East���This ls a- coming business corner and with the expected Improvements there this year
this property will increase in value very rapidly. Price $3800.00;
$1000.00 cash, balance over twp years.
McGILL & DILL
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
Phone 1004.
Langley
Five Acre Blocks on Langley Prairie, on B. C. E. R. road, all ready
for the plow; deep black loam;   above all floods.   $400 per acre.
to
Nice House and Three Lots on Main street, Fort Langley. Close
railway   station  and  public wharf.   Buy cheap at $3000.
Walker Bros. & Wilkie
Rooms 5 and 6, B. C. Electric Railway  Depot.
Phone 1105.
CROWN
BRUNETTE STREET, SAPPERTON.
JjJghbyV  MOi|itdlng��.   Laths    and   Shingles
the best men    and   elements   of   all   Royal Columbian Hospital, New West
parties might well unite to insure it. I    minster. R. C.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
PHONE   904. PROMPT   DELP
ERY
A
Sew
house;
etc.
Price    $3000;     tirms
cash, balance easy.
$840
saloons the rebls have secured enough
wine and liquor to keep them constantly drunk and riotous and scenes
��f wild disorder have occurred.
The rebel commanders today ordered
all saloons to close In the hope of regaining control of the men. A general looting is feared.
It is reported here by refugees from
Mexico that 1500 federal soldiers are
marching on Juarez to engage the
rebel forces. They are coming from
llermosillo.
PRISONERS FARE ON
NINE  CENTS  DAILY
hen health and tiie flavor and keeping
quality of 1 lie ege.    Juicy, fresh cut
I bone costs  less than  balf the  price
j and is far better.
No  hurnnu  can contrive a  plan  to
j equal ihe old turkey hen renrlng poults
God made ber for thut. so don't fly In
the face of Providence and get left on I
I your Christmas dinner.
In the flrst year's operation of tbe
1 rat   law   In   Denmark   bounties   were
paid on  tbo bodies of l.OOO.iXM) rats.
China's  rats are ell  killed and  eaten
I ''free gratis for nothing."
i    Our  English  kozens  lire struck on
' blue.   Tbey nre breeding Blue Andalu-
I siuns, lJluo Orpingtons. Blue Leghorns
and fi'.uc Wyandottes.   As for us, give
us the Red, White and Hlue.
If England must Import eggs and
poultry she surely has rats to burn.
On Lord OlSord's estate In n rat cam-
palgn wltb ferrets, traps and poisons
87.000 rats were killed on 2.000 acres.
"Don't put all your eggs Into ono
basket" rather refers to the fellow
who puts most of hls money Into pens
nnd Just a little Into hens. The chief
consideration in building should be for
lien health.
Tliere are many "star boarders" In
farm and to\-.<;> flocks that eat. eat. eat.
but stick tlie ������t.-Mssus" for their board.
On tbe same plan yon couldn't make
a summer hotel pay If you served hash
and prunes every day. To the cook
pot Willi the drones!
A gentleman of Plymouth. Pa., recently received word that be bad been
left $3,000 by 11 Texas girl wilh whom
lie corresponded when he found her
address on 1111 eirg. Ile had never
seen the lady and was much surprised
to hear of Ills nice nest exit,
Feathers to the value of $!WX).iV!0
were exported b,V Russia last year.    In
Bostn, V.arch. 10.���Warden Bridges
of the Massachusetts State Prison
nays he feeds the inmates of the
Charlestown Bastille at a cost of
.about 9 cents a day, or nearly half a I
cent a day less for each prisoner than |
is paid by Major Cheney of Connecticut. ,
ftn average bill of fare for one weak |
given by Warden Ilri.lges was as fo!- j
lows.
Sunday���Breakfast, baked rice with
milk,   cocoa  and  bread;   dinner  and ,
supper   combined,  baked    lish,  fried, 1
boiled or mashed potatoes, other vego-1
tables, tea, white or graham biead.
Monday���Breakfast, boiied oatBwlta]
milk, bread an.l cocoa, dinntr, baked j
beans, white bread, vegetables of different  kinds and  meat;   supper, cold
corned  beef, bread and tea.
Tuesday���Breakfast, corned beef i
baah, bread and coffee; dinner, boi'.-,
ed dinner, vegetables and bread; Bup-I
per, slewed tomatoes, mac.ironi, crack-j
ers, bread and tea.
Wednesday���Breakfast, boiled rlc3 j
and milk, bread and cocoa; dinner, enlightened America we throw si.ooo.-
beefsteak, Vegetables and bread; sup* 000 In leathers on the dump nnnually
per, gingerbread, white or graham and Import great quantities from the
Oread, tea. ���        countries  across  the seas,  where  tbe
Thursday���Breakfast,   couiLd   l..jcf   pcoplp don't practice frenzied feather
hash, bread, cocoa;  dinner, liver and I ijnnnf.,,,
.bacon, vegetables and  bread;   supper, 1      '       ' .      '_ *    ��� .   '
.tomato soup,  boiled   macaroni, bread L ?����P   U ,��?e ,��f Jh,>  <l[wn*v*   th!,t
.,,)(] tea take  n   quick   hold   on   turkeys   and
Friday���Breakfast, hulled corn, j
bread and cocoa; dinner, fish, vege-,
tables and bread; supper, fruit, bread I
and tea.
Saturday���Breakfast,   tomato   soup,
���macaroni, crackers and cocoa; dinner
.beef stew, vegetables and bread; sup-1
,f,er, cold cornel beef, graham orwhlta
-bread, tea.
"'Iheie's  some class   to the   menu!
bere," said Warden  Bridges, "and our j
guests thrive on what we give them, j
The food is always wholesome.    I in ;
-aid on  a  variety and see that   it  I.i j
cooked   properly.      I  know  tho  men
.are satisfied with what wa servo th Mn,
and they show it is beneficial by the
continued Improvement in their condition,   Many who come here are diss;-;
patid or in poor.health, but thev Improve  rapidly after  Ibey  ;vrt.i!co of
What   ���������(' serve    at the  three    rivals'
dally."
chickens thnt are inbred. This disease often takes hold of nn Inbred
flock nnd cleans up the coops nr so
afflicts the flock thnt all chances for
winter egg profits are smashed to
smithereens.
If Mary wasn't allowed to have her
lamb at school the children nt n public school near Lebanon. 111., nre allowed to take their chickens. Six ehll-
fren brought their hens one day. nnd
they weren't turned away. Miss Knth-
ryn Knlow. the toucher. Is giving u
complete course in poultry culture, and
we congratulate her on being the for<-
runner In what all our public school
teachers will do after nwhilo when
Biddy comes Into her owtl.
HOUSES
A REAL LITTLE HOME.
New live roomed cottage;
thoroughly modern; piped for
furnace; paneled dining room,
etc.; one and one-half blocks to
Twelfth street car line. Price
only $2CC0; terms $500 casb,
balance over three yea:s.
A  REVENUE   PRODUCER.
Nov.- six rocmed house, thoroughly modern; basement, etc.;
magnificent view of river. Price
$2000. Terms: One-quarter
cash, balance over two years.
This house rents easily for $25
per month.
ON BIG SIZED LOT.
Fine seven roomed house,
modern, basement, etc.; parlor,
dining room and hall finished ln
burnt work; magnificent view;
situated on Fourth avenue, near
Kighth street, facing the river.
Lot is 82 by 148V6 feet, clcare.1
and in lawn. Price $!i500^termi
one-quarter cash, balance over
four years.
.
ONLY $1000 CASH.
New seven roomed modern
house; cement basement floor,
cement laundry tubs, etc.; ber.t
of plumbing; riped for furnace:
beamed celling; panelled wai s.
leaded glass windows; m.ignlli-
cent view of Fraser river, Nor'h
Arm, Delta, etc.; large lot with
street at rear. Price $460n;
terma $1000 cash, balance easy.
WELL FINISHED.
New six roomed modern
house, cement basement floor;
furnace; panelled walls in dining room; large lot with lane;
facing cn Regina street. Price
$4000; terms $1200 cash, balance very easy.
in Coquitlam or in Westminster.
When I put anything up to you,
it's good. I spend more money on
advertising than any other one
man in Canada today, but it gets
the business.
Now, don't get the Mea that I
I want your business, Mr.
Property Owner. List with
me and sell. You know I can
do it, as long as your price
is correct.
LOTS
sell b3cause I advertise. It helps,
but I can sell every one of these
house3 and lots without spending
a'cent in printer's ink.   But I'd
have to buttonhole you on the
street and tell you about these snaps.
That's the old way of doing business.
I'm too busy. You're too busy. So I tell
you about the best things in my office here
instead. You study them. I leave the decision entirely to you.
Fine lot on Fo'.irth street near
Kighth avenue; cleared; lane at
icar; view cf mountains; one
blocl: to car, etc. Price $800,
one-quarter cash, balance G, 12
and 18 months.
London street lot near Fourteenth street, "acing south, magnificent view; easy to clear:
lane at rear. Price $840; terms
easy.
Lot on north side of Toronto
street, between Sixteenth and
Eighteenth streets; lane, etc.;
partly cleared. $825; terms easy.
TERMS OVER TWO YEAR8.
Corner lot, Dublin and Eighth
streets; size C6 by 100 feet.
Price $1000; $250 cash, balance
six, twelve, eighteen and
twenty-four months.
RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
PROPERTY.
Lot on Fourth street, near
Fifth avenue, size 51t/. by 14B"/a
feet, cleared and fenced. Prlc*
$1600; terms, one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.
THIS 18 A GOOD BUY.
Lot on Fourth avenue, near
Eighth street, cleared. Price
$16R0; terms. one��iuarter cash,
balance six, twelve   and   elgh-
t ;en montbs.
WITH  BEAUTIFUL VIEW.
Lot on Hamilton street, near
Fourteenth street, facing south,
magnificent view. Prise $945,
terms, one-third cash, balance
six, twelve and eighteen months.
VERY CHEAP.
Two fine lota In Sapperton, on
the hill; magnlfleent^vlew. PrlC9
only $425 each; easy terms.
614 COLUMBIA STREET NEW WESTMINSTER
PHONES 170-173 WONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
i
PAGE FIVB
i
JtOVEKS IN FINAL
OF NATIONAL CUP
tbe team. Some disappointment ia
felt that Forrester and McAllister did
not find places.
Among the professionals the Scotch
will play the English on Good Friday,
and two of the Hovers will play for
tbe Scotchmen. These are Lyon and
Bruce.
Defeated    Hibernians    by    3-0���Some
Ragged Football with Brighter
Intervals.
HE
The Rovers showed that they are
by no means done with, despite their
loss of the Imperial cup, wnen they
sent the Hibs down to defeat by three
goals to nil on Saturday. This victory puts the local team ln the final
lor the National cun where they will
have to fight tt out with their old
opponents the Thistles.
Saturday's game was played at
Recreation para, and was not a brilliant exposition of soccer. Some individuals put up flne performances,
but the teams only played flrst class
football at Intermittent ' intervals.
When lt came to scoring, however, tho
local boys were alone, tor try as they
might the Hibs could not get the leather past Sampher, who made full
amends for the poor game he played
against the Thistles the Saturday before, when he got out of bed to take
the field.
The defence of the Rovers was
good, and Cairnduff again shone In
the forward line. The Royal City
team only scored once in tho flrst
half through Hayes, and much of the
play during this period was ln front
of ihclr own goal. Sterling work by
the backs, however, always warded o.f
lhe danger, and half lime was reached
with the score 1-0. After the resumption of play the Rovers played up
rather better and Hayes and Seggie
both scored within flve minutes of
each other. There were still seven
minutes to play and the Hibs made a
{,ftat .effort to score. Sampher was
called upon to save the two dangerous
shots by punching the ball out, and ho
averted a third threatened goal by.
rushing out when two of the opposing] minutes.
forward! had got jway and threw the
ball elear of the advancing line.
The following played for Rovers:
Sampher, Lyon, McMillan, Lewis,
Bruce, Melklejohn, Hayes, Cairnduff,
Seggie, Shawcross and Collier. The
latter took the place of Walker, who
wab hurt In the final of the Imperial
cup the Saturday before.
The plumbers won the flrst lacrosse
game of the season played on Moody
square on Saturday. Their victims
were Burnaby, who, Jiowever, played
surprisingly well. The official score
was 7-5, four bt the plumbers' goals
being disallowed by the goal umpire.
The game was fast and lively, and
Hughie Gifford and Grumpy Spring'1'
had to hustle to pile up the points
after Burnaby had drawn flrst blood.
By tbe end of the game several of-the
players probably felt and some of
them certainly looked the worse for
thet hard exercise. The timekeepers
were L. Lindahl and G. McMurphy,
and the goal umpires Symington and
McElroy. Bill Maiden held the whistle.
$1522SUITS SATISFY
731   COLUMBIA    -STREET
Sapperton won' a hard game in the
City bOat-i i league from East Burnaiiy. The p'ny was very level throughout, but Sapperton won out by the
odd goal. The Burnaby team came
on the ground short of players, but
with the consent of the Sapperton
captain Captain Ryall of the City
team, filled one of the vacancies, and
with Webster played a good game.
For Sapperton Aylesbury, Crooks and
Lambden all showed good form.
A special meeting of the Senior
Amateurs will be held on Tuesday
evening in Mr. Ryall's office at 8 p.m.
All the players are particularly requested to be present as matters of
considerable importance will be discussed.
The Y. M. C. A. paper chase was
pulled off very successfully on Saturday, about twenty persons turning up
to take part. The chise started from
the park and the pack followed the
paper trail right up through parts of
riurr.t b.v to Sapperton and back. Tho
l.rst four home were Trapp, McAllister Ki.land Dawe and Cecil Woods.
These led the others in by a substantial nt.rgin of time, as they nicked up
the trail at a difficult point while the
rest of the field were at fault for some
"Mutt and Jeff."
Mr. "A. Mutt" and his bosom friend
"Jeff" will be the guests of the city of
New Westminster og Friday evening
entertaining their many friends at tha
opera house.   These two rather peculiar gentlemen, while having no inti-
| mate acquaintances in thl ^ city, are
undoubtedly as well known b.v reputation as President Taft.   Their reputa-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   tlons were obtained by slightly differ
  | ent means, however.    President Taft
In all probability the Westminster Is looking after the United States, by
hockey team, as at present con-1 diplomatic and political strategy,
stituted, will be seen in action for the while "Mutt and Jeff" are admlnlstra'-
last time tomorrow evening, when the ing "the laugh cure" for what ails you
last game but one of the schedule is [ Both are undoubtedly performing very
to be played at the Vancouver Arena commendable duties and obtaining in
���rink.    Westminster meets Victoria oi'estimable
HOCKEY GAME AT
VANCOUVER TUESDAY
$50,   donated   by   the   Hudson's   iBay
Company.
Third Prize���Four Prizes, value $30,
donated by Messrs. G. F. & J. Gait.
Fourth Prize���Four prizes donated
by Messrs. W. H. Malkln & Co. Ltd.
Kilmer Consolation Trophy.
This is a handsome silver cup, presented by Mr. W. H. Kilmer of Kilmer and Holland, and four flrst prizes
go with tbis to the individual members of the winning rink.
Second Prize���Four yearly subscriptions to the British Columbia Magazine, donated by the .Burrard Publishing Co., Vancouver.
This contest is open to rinks which
have been defeated in  the extra se-
I ries or the flrst draw of the four open
I competitions.
Gordon  Drysdale   Cup.
A   handsome   silver  cup  presented
by Mr. Gordon Drysdale to the rink
i winning the greatest number of games
| In the   opening . competitions   of the
bonspiel.   The cup to be held by tha
winning club for one year.
First Prize���Four j,ents' silk umbrellas donated by Mr. Con Joii33,
president of the A ancouver Lacrosse
Club.
The bonspiel committee wishes ll
to be understood that all curlers,
whether members . of the Vancouver
Curling Club or not, are cordially invited' to take part in this bonspiel. \
Resident curlers, not members of tho
local curling club, will be charged a
small entrance fee for the week's
sport. All entries should be Eent to
P. M. Ray, secretary of the bonspiel
committee, 537 Pender street we3t, as
soon as possible.
Messrs. Tisdalls, Ltd., have kindly
donated a handsome trophy for competition among rinks of the Vancouver Curling Club. A general meeting
of the curling club will be held at the
curling rink on Saturday evening next
at So'clock, when a redrawal of rink3
will take place, nnd arrangement?
for playing for this trophy will bt
made.
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
Three  Days, Startinj Toiay.
The Dispensers of Mirth
ULINE AND ROSE
Presenting "The  Girl and. the
Porter."
JACK  FLEMING
The Musical Tramp.
LOUISE BYRD
Illustrated Song.
ROYAL ORCHESTRA
4���NEW   PHOTO   PLAYS-^.
10c���ADMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
KOOTENAY FRUIT LANDS
Kootenay fruit Is second to none.     Kootenay fruit land ia cheap
urla cheaPe8t-   There Is a small fortune in it   for the   lucky
290 acres of finest fruit land, on navigable river, two miles from
Kootenay Lake, with half mile river frontage. C. P. R. runs tftrough
rne centre. Large creek runs across the upper corner, but irrigation
unnecessary About 20 acres cleared. Two million feet of cedar on
property. Would sell readily ih five-acre plots. Salubrious climate,
Deautlful scenery, excellent fishing and hunting.   '
Price only $35 per acre, on good terms (about one-tenth the price
of Okanagan land).
The Westminster Trust and Me Deposit Co.,ttd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Sireet New Westminster
This Will   Be    ������������
Business Property
Within a Year
results.   A   visit   to   the
opera house during the    sojourn    of
I "Mutt and Jeff"  In  this city  will  result ln  much enjoyment.
LOCAL   RINK   ENTERED  AT
VANCOUVER'S BON8PIEL
this occasion, and unless the unex-
.pocted happens and the Vancouver
and Westminster teams are tied at*
the end of this week, it will be the
last appearance of the Orange and
blacks on the Ice.
Victoria is coming over determined
to put up a gallant flght in order to,
show that it has a septette ' worth ! 0n Monday, Mai-ch 18, begins Van
while, and if Lester Patrick's men can j couver's first annual bonspiel. This
possibly do so, they will administer a i.s being held by the Vancouver Cu.l-
defeat  to James  Gardner  and  com-j lng Clubi and gIveg every promlse of
Y
pany.   But Jimmy has also something
big at   stake, and    unless   the team
goes to pieces he is sure of following 	
his steady practice and beating Vic-  cd, and It is^hoped by the executive
toria.   Gardner says this has become   that one cr two more entries will be
being  a  creat   success.      One   rink
from Westminster has already enter-
such a habit with the boys that they
really must do lt again.
Westminster has not yet jot the
coast championship cinched. Vancouver must still be considered in th-;
running, because an even break by
Victoria in the next two games would
tie the 'leaders and necessitate a
playlng-off for the title and the Paterson cup.
Tickets for tomorrow's match have
been placed^on sale at Ryall's drug
store and at the Hub cigar store, the
usual conditions governing free transportation having again been made.
SENIOR AMATEURS FAIL
TO BEAT CEDAR COTAGE
A .Harmless  Remedy,  Made
from Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair,
YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
Get the. utmost care if handed in to
our dispensers. Our checking system
makes it practically impossible to
make a mistake.
We put in exactly what Is ordered,
and charge a fair price for these ingredients.
You know it is absolutely safe If dis
pensed at
Davies' Pharmacy
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DRUGGIST
Phone 40. Cliff Block
Splendid View
Near two car lines
124 x 132
A sure money maker
Good for one week only
Price $4500
Here are two lots, 30 and 31,
block 8, subdivision 9, on Sixth
avenue (upper side), within a
block of the new cut-off and
near the Twelfth street car line,
that are sure to become business property within a year.
The price is $4500; one-third
cash and the balance at 6, 12
and 18 months. There is no
finer residential site in the city
than this. The property is on
the market at this price for one
yeek only.   Act quickly.
Head Office Nev; Westminster.
People is Trust ���o
\i*i>mtiiV
VANCOUVER.
SOUTH VANCOUVER.
PENTICTON.
KAMLOOPS.
Phones 646 and 669.
SAPPERTON,
LADNER.
E. H. BUCKLIJJ,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
N.
BEARD8LEE.
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO, LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash,  Doors,  Mouldings, Eto.
The Senior Amatuers   spent much
of their time on Saturday In front  >f,
and   shooting at the   Cedar Cottage
goal,  but they only  managed to Aet
the ball once, while their opponents j
without    as many shots scored    two I
goals and thus' won the match.   It was '
a fast game from start to finish, and
t lie forwards worked well. The backs I
of both sides, however, were kicking j
strongly and pulled their Bides out of
many a tight hole.
The loss of this match means that
Westminster has practically ho hope
of winning the championship, as they
arQ already flve points behind Coqult-
lr.m. They should, however, finish up
t-econd Or thirl In the league lfthey
preserve the good form they have
been showing lately.
B. C. E. R. AND V. A. C.
WELL MATCHED TEAMS
B. C. E. R. and V. A. C. are tied In
the Iroquois cup final. These two
teams played off the flfteen minutes
Mill to go on Saturday, and the V. A.
C. rushed off at the drop of the hat
and plugged ln two goals before ths
railwuymen knew what happened..
This put V. A. C. one goal ahead, but
about three minutes -before time the
Electrics beat the opposing defence
and made It a tie.
After some discussion lt was decided to ptit off the replay and play
the league game as scheduled. In this
the B. C. E. R. were lucky to best the
V, A. C. by one goal to nil, The hard,
though not always too well directed,
kicking of the B. C. E. R. backs was
�� strong factor ln the win, the V. A.
C. having on the wholo much the best
of the game.,
received   from  this   city   befoie   tbe
week opens.    Great Interest Is being
taken in curling circles in this sporting event, and entries have been   received fiom the following places:
Nelson, B. C. (2).
Cranbrook, B. C. (2).
Meiritt, B. C.  (2).
Armstrong, B. C.  (2).
Prince Rupert, B. C. (1).
High Rivers, Alta. (2). ���
Victoria Club, Calgary (1).
East Calgary (1).
Victoria, B. C. (2).
New Westminster (1).
North Vancouver |2).
Port William, Ont. ,
Dawson, Y. '1. (1).
Cotton Co. Trophy.
The M. P. Cotton Co. offer for annual competition, a handsome silver
challenge cu?, and give with lt four
handsome prizes tor members of the
winning team.
Second Prize���Four frizes, value
950, donated by Messrs. Hy. Ulrks &
Sons, Ltd.
Third Prize���Four prizes, value %'al.f,
donated by Messrs. \vood, Ballance &
Lesgat.
Fourth Prize���Four prizes donated
by tbe Gold Seal Liquor company,
Ltd.
McLennan, McFeely Cup.
Messrs. McLennan, McFeely Company, Limited, present a handsome
silver cup for competition, and give
with it four handsome prizes for members of the winning rink.
Second Prize���Four prizes, value
$50. donated by Mr. O. B. Allan.
Third Prize���Four prlaes, value
|30, donated by Mr. D. E. Brown.
Fourth Prize���Four prizes donated
by the B. C. Wine Company, Limited.
Kelly Douglas Tankard.
The Kelly Douglas Tankard Is presented by MessrB. Kelly, Douglas &
Company, Limited, and is to be held
for. one year by the winning rink.
The same flrm offers four handsome
prizes to the Individual members ot
the winning rink.
Second Prize���Four prizes, value
$50, donated by Messrs. P. Burns *
Co., Ltd.
Third Prlze~-Four prises, value $30,
donated by the Hotel Vancouver.
Fourth Prize���Four prizes donated
by Messrs. Lewis and Sills.
Rat  Porta?:  Lumbar Trophy.
A very flno sreclmen   of a ram's
{ead, mounted, surrounded with small
liver shields.      This   trophy to   be
| held   by the winning rink   for -one
A feeling of sadnes3 ^companies the
discovery of the first gray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing age.    Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person i
look old. " Wo ail know the advantages '
of being young.   Aside from thc good
impression a youthful appearance makes
on others, simply knowing that you are
"l,ooking  fit"   gives   one  courage  to
undertake and accomplish things.   So
why suffer the handicap of looking old J
on account of gray hairs, when a simple I
remedy will  give your hair youthful '
color and beauty in a few days' time ?
Most people know that common garden sage acts as a color restorer and j
scalp tonic as well.   Onr grandmothers I
used a "Sago Tea" toi ~SSti$& T.icir J
hair, dark,   soft   and   luxuriant.     In '
Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and oth:r valuable remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair that ia split at the
ends or constantly coming out   A few
applications of  this   valuable  remedy
wiil bring back thc color, and in a short
time it will remove every trace ofdan-
druff and greatly improve the growth
and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottlo from your
druggist today, nnd notice the difference-
in your hair after a few days' treatment. All druggists sell it, under guarantee that tho money will be refunded if
the remedy is notcxactly is represented.
Special Agent, D. S. Curtis.
HOCKEY
Westminster vs. Victoria
At Vancouver
/
TUESDAY, MARCH  12
'/
ill J, WESTMINSTER'S LAST SCHEDULED GAME.
It i* part of my professional
service to show women houi
to correctly wear their corset*
Let me select and fit, in the seclusion of your home, that comfortable, cla����y, perfect garment���
\ Spirella Corset
No other ia ao
flexible, yet per-
mnncntly shape*
retaining as
Spirella
Morning
Light, cool, sanitary .comfortable.
' Guaranteed for
one year against
rust or breakage.
My personal
services are free.
1 guarantee a per.
feet fitting, modish
Spirella Corset.
An ��� ppoinlmml with
rae placet no obliealioa
vn you���i�� arnngtd lo
youi convenience.
Post card or phone
��� eai/ will bring dm.
'Phone 981        n
Only one local man has been chosen
to represent tbe Arriftteurs in their
match against the professionals to be
played on Good Friday. That player
Is Cadzlen, the  brilliant  forward M
year.
First Prize���Four prlres. rnltlo $50,'
donated by the R. G. Mills 7Imber ft
Trading company.
Second   Prize���Four   rr.'zcs,   va'.ucr
Mrs. L- McLeod
Office Hours 1 to 6 p.m.
625 Columbia St., Ntw Westminster. \
Tickets On Sale At Ryall's Drug Store
and the Hub Cigar Store
Special Cars Leave At 7 O'clock Sharp.   Fare
Included With $1.00 Tickets PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912.
BEST TIME TO MOW ALFALFA.
Wait Until "Cuds" of New Crop Show.
Then Gel It In Perfect Storage.
First gel your alfalfa and then store
it awa? with painstaking es:ictitud.>
if you v.lsli it to eome out In a fl:io
.--y;-i color when the time eouies for
feeding It t" 'lie Bfocfe. Th? old rule
vir-; (!���;:! alfalfa sh uld he cut tor hny
\rhcn tbe blossoms began to appear or
v,\:-.' about one-tenth in bloom, but
cr.a cr.uuot rely accurately on this
principle.   A better guide is to begin
. -'V ��%��*4,U\
ctrrnio at.fai.fa hat im cahn.
mowins whenever the hud* cr new
sin;;  nt  the mot  crowns are well
started.
Those shoots are the beginning of
thc new crap and  indicate that  the
other growth is matured.   When out.
better hay is produced, the new growth
stiris quickly and the next cutting will
come on speedily.   Delay in harvesting
the lirst crop especially may menu one
less cutting in the season, for if the
oncoming shoots are cut "Ef growth is
checked and the maturity of tlie following crop  delayed.    On  the  other
hand, if cut hefore the appearance of
these shoots the experience has been
that injury will result.
It is preferable to ent alfalfa when
the   dew   is   off,  although  many   cut
���whenever most convenient.   Mov. ing iu
the bite evening is favored by nut a
few. wbo claim that the night's dew
on the fresh alfalfa ha.s no effect.   In
the drier climates and sometimes else-
Where in dry seasons the curing of alfalfa is eomparatfrely simple.   Then
the .siniggle is to prevent it becoming j
so dry that the leaves will tirop. for it /
Fh' uld b�� remembered that the leaves
ore Vvy tor *V\e vaoat -v&\uu\Ae pavt ot \
tfeo ptatvt; weH cured 'they nre wovtb  |
more thnn wh?M brnn In tho feedlus
rath d.    Hence it Is Imperative that
tho hay be raked before tho leaves
shatter and put in large cocks if pos-
��� siblc.   Bunching with rakes and then
Btaekteg or stacking direct from tht?
windrows is  not  uncommon  In   the
wei; ln ^nler to save time and economize labor where alfalfa is extensively eroTn,   Another Important reason
for raking early is that it U through
tho loaves that the moisture In  the
plant is evapbrated in curing.   If dried
up ihey will uot perform this function, j
and the result is poor hay.
Doubtless for the highest quality of ,
alfalfa, the kind that would l.rii* top
prices, curing In the old fashioned
way of putting into cocks, after ruk- '
lng Into windrows, find then Htorlng
wh '-t fi; is the plan t > be commended,
A reasonably good tost ,,r its Qtness
for storing is to take a wisp of tbe
hay from the inside of tho cock and
twist ii. ir no juice exudes it is ready.
The greatest problems in huymukiug
are presented by a rainy country,
Here alfalfa shoirfd be pu! In narrow
cocks the Bame day preferably as -nt.
Itain coming the following night will
do little or no harm, and the en '.-. of
green alfalfa will turn off water <; til ���
well, By opening nnd tun ng
eoclw the nfcxt dny, provided lhe
weather is suitable, the Iin.. n iy be
ready for stacking 1 i the afternoon
ot course under right condition i I:
may bo lefl In the co ]. longer    Wl ������
nlfalfn has i n once dried nnd i
rained   upon   lhe   grentusi   (lining!    Is
dm e.    Also it  should  h . <.,.,., ���,,]  ,,,
dew as little ns pos Ible    Boa u
Bider the tedder useful In i nrbip   .
peclnlly where the crop Ih hea. -, bul
it must be employed with Judgment o-
many  lonves win  he ; | , ,,) ,,,r    ,,n
small orena or where bay Im dear tho
use of hay enps will lie found profll
nine, and where rain; nre nbundunl the
first putting especially is often nowadays  ensiled   which saves ih,   entire
crop, for practically no cnrlug is required when Intended for the Rlln
Shelter  in  always  a   consideration.
nnd  to provide li  I.s ni f n���, |���.st
Investments thnt can i ��� n ado where
the hay crop Is pn  Importunt  feature.
A barn Is the host nnd n hav shed thp
nexl   best   place   for   storing,    Great
Quantities    i-f    buy.    however,    are
"tacked In tho i pen. whi li brings to
the fore tho an of stacking,   it may
be said here thnt there nre loss waste
��id loss In the <an e quantity of hav
Jn n large stack than if ll were put lii
��nicller ones.    It  is deslrnblo to pro-
Vide some sort of foundation for the
strict;  In order to keep the alfalfa off
the ground and ut the same time permit tbe free circulation of ulr underneath.    Tliere is too much loss from
moldy nnd rotten hay in the bottoms
of stacks built on the earth.   A rather
harrow, high Rtnek, with good sized,
uniform bulge, properly drnwn In and
topped out with wild or otber buy, is
well udapted to sbeddinjj rain.
FARM FAIRS TRAIN CHILDREN.
Teach   Them   That   Agrioulluro   Is  a
Study of Which to Ce Proud.
I.s  n   farmer  a   business  man?    If
so,   he   ean   make   uo   better   investment than to take his family to the
state fair.    By so doing he will east
bread  upon  tbe  waters.    The  proQts
will be dollars nnd sense.    The blessing  will  be���better boys,  better girls,
better farms.    Every  boy and every
girl hus a right to bave a good time
while young.    Make the child happy
end you  have done much to make It
good.     'x'.i*i   neglected   nnd   UU happy
child too oft becomes tbe tramp nnd
tbe vagabond.    The state fair is the j
crossroads of well directed cfJort, the i
jbow'fs. of brawn a.rd ir.iin, V'.e soa
son's  finished  sluiy.   tlie  ;;; u.,irs of���(
htima:i e.idea vor. the home of the top- |
nolchcr, the Inner cjrtmbcr Of t'ts ter_-1
pie o" ambition and pr-:..;rf.i.',nrr'. the,
college nud  university  of expedience
nnd   experiment,   the   r.rcan   where
Greek meets Greek: thn battle of thc
breeds, the field upon which (he vie-,
tories of  pence  nre  wou,  (he  homo-1
stretch  of genius  nnd  invention,  the
repository   of   finished   products,   the ,
place where exhibitors learn the joys
of victory  nnd  the gloom of defeat,
thr> pendulum which moves the.hands
on  the clock of progress,  lhe guide-
board pointing the way to better meth- I
oris   and   better   things,   a   convincing
imminent for higher ideals, the nemo
or the newest nud the best, the high
priest   of   civilization   nnd   Christian
living.   . i
When the boy learns thnt father will
take him lo this givnt exposition the
world wiil at once seem brighter to
both father and son. Hard work will
not seem so much like drudgery. The
boy will sing and whistle nnd his heart
he glad from morn till night. The old ;
farm will have n charm it never had I
before. More sunshiny in the home i
snd a hundred smiles for every frown
-A. P. Sandles, In Official Bulletin
Ohio Department of Agriculture.
POEM
NOTES
C.M.BARNJTZ
JUVERSIDS
PA.
CORHZCPOKffiENCE
S01ICIT2O
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(These nrtltlcs mid Illustrations must not
Da reprinted without special permission.]
CULLS ANO  CULLING.
How carefully Mr. Farmer selects
seed corn! Xo nubbins in his corn
planter���the nubbins to / the hogs.
Thus n true fnncler selects his fowls.
N'o culls in his coop. Chickens throw
most culls: turkeys, geese, ducks, breed
fewest, and those generally die early,
so that when mature tbe birds are
about alike.
When a hatch comes off the practical
poultryman at once kills the cripples,
weaklings nnd dwarfs and pots others
as they develop, so that the fall finds
him with no crook backs; cross bills,
wry tails and birds badly <off In shape
and color. He thus saves feed nnd
work and room nnd hns u pretty flock,
uniform in shape aud color, developing Into bon ton layers nnd breeders
GIVE  STOCK   PURE   WATER.
Chiap rnd  En3y Way to Koep Them
as Comfortable as Humcns.
One of the greatest <" I Acuities thnt
confronts the stock rai-er during dry
summer weather ls that nf keeping
pure water f<>r the stock. The figure
below Is an Illustration of a method
used In western states. Bury an old
zluc tank or some other construction
EARLY MARRIAGES ARE
URGED BY PROFESSOR
Boston, March 10.���The atate
should assist poor young men to
marry between the ages of 21 and 25,
in the opinion of Prof. William P.
Boos, of the Massachusetts GOneial
Hospital. Speaking hefore the Twentieth Century Club, he said:
"Early marriages are calculated tb
raise the moral standard. Ypung men
should he aided financially iu marrying early if they cannot without aid
undertake the responsibility. Moro
botany, biology and sex hygiene in the
public schools would be worth 100 per
cent more than nil the grammar, nlge-
bra, history and geography and Greek
put together."
Luxury:
When homeward from his busy day
the toller travels f��r
He'll simply push a button when he
wants to sto;> the car;
The man will pull a lever und the door
wlll open wide,
Ang gently joltlhim down the step Into the street outside.
A button he will press to start   the
elevator's flight;
Another button floods the room wltn
soft electric light.
And then to cheer the weariness that
Comes at close of day I
He throws a switch and turns a crank j
and lets the music play.
Oh, what's the sood 0f hands an.l fen, I
and what s the goorl of brain,    ,
When with such little effort men such
ample service gain? '
What call is there to strive and wait
ancl theorize and guess.
When all you need is to decide which
button you will press?
���Washington Star.
Most Grocers Will Give You
!6���>Ar AJ1 All
Ceylon Tea when you ask for It, but there are others
who would rather make a big profit than serve you
well.   Ask for "Salada" and see that you get it.
BLACK,  MIXED or OREEN. ou
Sold Only In Load Packets. cy uli Qrocer*.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It la the stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest for what ahall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until it la flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Sufficient Cause.
"What started the riot at the performance of 'Hamlet' last night?" j
Why, Hamlet held the skull and said: !
'Alas, poor Yorick You are not the ]
only deadhead in the house."���New j
York Globe.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Kew Westminster, B.C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER  FOR  HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the t me to build for'tale or rent while prices are low
CAPABLE BToCS  FOCBTAIS,
that wl,'! hold m lex i . . ��� .iinns cf
water.   In ilil�� |,l;<< ���* ,i i, .. . _:,-e -.vnter
barrel, I nr nie :   :, ��� ��� - r���n;- ha'.e*
in lhe botti u> end i..* iYk just h&o'w
the fop of the ouMdp tank, in liese
holes plai e i n !:��� >u tui i�� us mu -li as
an Inc'.i In d!ac��eter and Hie Icclosnre
tank v lil ni��� j-h ijt' full of water, aad
there i^ nu waste.
WASTED   EGGS.
Tv/o  eggs  out  of  every dozen *������
laid   by  Amerlecn  hens may  be X
snld   to   drop   through   holes   in *
'ho farmer's basket  before thsy J
re.-ch a market.    In other words, %
while   the   hen   sacs   to   it   that *
every egg sho l:%* is worth tak- ?
irg   caro   of,   **o   farmer   takes ��.
prc-3;r csre of only ten.   The no- %
prfgrte    lots    from    this    cnuce X
r =:!i3G over $1/)00.C30 annually. .>
Nearly   all   there   eggc   may   be J
c^ved   Ly  a   Letter  arrangoment 3
ov  poultry  houses, a  better tya- 3
tem   in   collecting   eggs   and   by T
co-op-rttion   in   quick    market- i,
ing, Z
: ��� ���;��� ���: v >-t**i******&*il-*********%
ri.nto by C. ii. Earnltz.
.VUDEL I.AYKK���-NO CULI,, TOU BETl
He has cncp'Jt the high prleps witb hi*
surplus Coekerels and ungainly pullets
uud is that mut h to the cood.
Ho tests winter layers with trap
nests or his own practical know how,
cleans tbe drones out quirk and thus
knows the records of hens that po iuto
the breeding pens.
In these pens nre no fowls with gross
defects, a small ilefe;-t mi mie side being balanced with a perfection on the
other, and at the elose of the breeding season he does uway witli all
breeder* that have broken down or not
made good and all that have become
too old to return u good proflt. and
these ure sold before the molt puts
them out of condition. As to market
stock,   be  [Hits no culls, diminutives.
Important to Grocers amd Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
Hum of the Hive.
SVnit tii; spring to make ;i stnrt lu
beekeeping,
It Is surprising whal ho influence the
winter baa over tbe clover flow for the
i illowlug spring, ;md where the heuvy
iuow�� prevail It In generally a good
uffien for a henry clover How.
If you :ire tired of (be flimsy bottom
boards thui are sent out by n number
>f manufacturers timt hardly last long
enough to pay for the paint they tnke.
"i�� If you hnve Iind mishaps with them
In moving been, etc, bere is your
remedy. Order nil your bottom boards
Diode out ol seven-eighths Inch lumber.
Tbe real way to furnish a good mur
lid for honey In to produce the very
liest article nnd make people believe
It, Honey Is often sold at IB, HI. IS
nnd 20 cents right In a community
where much Money Is jelling for 10
cents simply license buyers knew th'il
tho honey they were paying the higher
price for was nil right.
Giro your bees a chance to use their
wings nil year round. When cold
weather comes on pack straw or
* lives under the hives and also around
them, being careful to lenyo a way
open to the hive door. When the tem
paraturo gets to 4," degrees the been
Will lly nnd get buck to their hives as
loon ns n wind comes up. Heing win
tered out of doors they get tlle bene
Bt of several winter flights, clonuslnp
flights, which nre very beneficial. Youi
packing Is around tbem in the sprlnp
and ynii won't need to unpack them
until the 'old weather has passed by
and t'ley will get ali.'Ug more rupjdlj
i lluu In (Uo cellar.
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New  Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of thc
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Milk at 1000 ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
Wioto by C. M. Barnltr..
BTIIONO OOOKKIIKL���KISi> TO K I I l-
long legged, gawky, narrow backed
birds ln his fattening crates to waste
Ume nnd feed.
Ills mui*et fowl ls n breed that has
die shape for a beautiful enrcass, if
<ru!ck to respond to feed with [ionnds
of funcy flesh. Is the popular size and
color, and of these for finishing he
ases birds uniform In eh.*, blocky In
oody uud medium In leg.
DON'T8.
Don't expect turkeys to return home
.rom the lields at night lf you do not
feed tbem at night from their youth
up.
Don't let  the  ducks   puddle  round
the  poultry bouse foundation,    They j
Will  spoil the wall  with  their scoop |
shovels.
Don't expect  hens  to  lay  In   mnlt.
They then nre In the fenther m.-iklng !
OUflinegS   nnd   need   nil   thelr  surplus [
(or plumage.
Don't think that poultry culture la
��� success from the word go unless you
nil the details know. Some butt In
where wise men four to Irc-.-J n.ia t/i
u solar plexus lu the 'icud,
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Madam���This Delicious
Dessert Saves Time
Instead of spending hours over a hot stove preparing dessert, try Mooney's
Sugar Wafers.   Their delicious flavor will surprise and please the whole family.
It cost us thousands of dollars and took years to perfect this dainty. Taste
it once and you will say that both time and money were well spent
Here are just three of many reasons why you should at least try Mooney's Sugar
Wafers. /Trsit���their delicious^picy and appetizing taste. Second��� it takes no time
to serve them���they are always ready���always good.,   Third���they cost but little.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Canada's  Most  Poptdar Dessert
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the finest bakery in the country. We use
nothing but the best ingredients. Our flour is a special blend. Our butter and cream
are from the finest dairies in Western Ontario. We get the best because we pay
top prices. Then there is the incomparable Mooney Method���the Method that
gave to the Dominion, Perfection Cream Sodas ���the standard soda cracker.
The same high quality standard that has made ours the fastest growing business
in Canada goes into our greatest creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
At your grocer's, in dainty, dust and damp-proof tins.   10 snd 25 cents.   Try them todsy.
The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Company, Ltd. . ..' MONDAY, MARCH 11,. 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
J. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F.. is held e.ery Mon
day night at 8 o'clock ln Odd Fellows ball, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. H. W. Hairlson,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G; Jame3
FerguEOn, P. G, recording secretary; It. 11. Purdy, financial secretary.
���TENOGRAPHY    ��    TYPPWRITINO
MISS M. BROTErc, public stenogra
pher; specifications, business let-
tars, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Raar ot Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tei. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
nt-law, 8o'.lcltois, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Kills block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith .Johnston an.l Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers nnd Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"WhltOHlde," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone G9. W. J.
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAI1RIBTER,
solicitor and notary, CIO Columbia
street.   Over C. P. II. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barrister* and Solicitors.
Westminster offlee8, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streeta, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Bot 112. Telephone 710.
WARD OK TRADW���NEW VVhMT
minster Board of Trade meets tn tn*.
board room. City Hall, aa follow*-
Third Thursday of eacb mont>
Quarterly meeting on the mm
Thursday of Kelirnnrv, May. An*u$<
and November, st w.p.oi. annui'
��� meeting* on the thlM Thursday t��,
'February. New member* may bf
proposed and elected nt any month
It or nuarterly ro��>t>^K ft H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Irrlval: Closing:
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.   N.   R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday).20:30
7:40���Victoria via B. C.  E.  R.
(dally except Sunday).11.15
10:50���Victoria via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
16:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally extent Sunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (dally)    8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (dally)   13:15 .
11:40���Sapperton   and    Fraser
Mills      (dally      except
Suuday)   8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills      (daily     except
Sunday)      14:00
11:40���Coquitlam      (dally    except  Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and      J
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)        11.16
14:00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday   14:30
10:00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thuraday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and Friday   ....< 14:00
0:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Burt
Villa 13:30
10:00���Annieville  and   Sunbury
'    (dally  except  Sunday).13:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    18:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:2��
15:50���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.  R.   (dally except Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
dny       14:00
11:20���Tynehead  ( Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally ex-
oept Sunday  .16:00
18:10���Abbotsroid. Upper Sumas,
Malarial, Huntingdon,
etc. (dnlly except Sunday)  23:00
6:16���Crescent, While Rock and
"i:!ipe     (<:nlly    except
Sunday) 9:45
*.; 16���Hall's Pralrte. Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:45
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner. Mt.
Lehnaa, Mdergrore, Otter, Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
'Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling Station,
Bradner, Belierose, via
B. C. E. R. (daily except Sunday)   9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday       t. 9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 17:30
11:20���Abbotsford. Huntingdon.
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday) 17:30
16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
12:00���Fraser Arm   23:00
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M��     Oa     A*
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone 661. Box 772
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
f PALMER
I GASOLINE ENGINES
8M to 26 H. P.
S and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth   St.,  Nsw  Weatmlnster.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R t\V Office: Princess St
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Poik and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - ��� Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
WW YCUR ORDER!
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangera
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 5S7
NEW WE8TMIN8TER : B.C,
2^ii___y
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Ti^esday
1:00 P. M.. ��� DaMy
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
2 p.m Dally except Sunday
For  Seattle.
10:00   K. M �� *.Dally
11:00 P. M Daily
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
11 P.M March Oth, 19th, and 29th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11 P.M March 2nd, 16th and 30th
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M.  .......Thursday
For  Upper  Fraser  River  Points.
Steamer Beaver. 1.
Leaves New Westminster, 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves  ChllllwacK,  7:00 a.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, call-
ing at Qaliano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, (lanaefc Wr., Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET.'���
Agent, New Westminster.
.     H. W.  BROIJIi-
G. P  A. Vaneouvei
^CANADIAN PACIFIC Bank of Montreal
V RAILWAY CO
3-DAILY TRAINS-3
Toronto Express leaves at  8:50
Chicago Express leaves at  ....13:50
Imperial Limited Leaves at ���10:40
Through Pullman Tourist and
Diners. For Reservations and rates
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent
. New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up) .. .$15,413,000.00
RE8ERVE $15,000,000.00
Branches tbrougnoui Canada end
Newfoundland, and In London, Eng
land, Nsw Tork CVcsgo and Spokane,
tini, and Mexico City. A general
bnaklng husiness transacted. Let
'tb if Credit Issued, available wltb
ir* ��pondents In all parts of thf
world.
Ravines Bank Dspsrtmeit���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward
atid interest allowel at 8 per cent, pet
annum  (present rut.e).
Total Assets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRTMNER. Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Box 845.
Offlee, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacnic,
ln Cuba throughout the Island;
also In Porto BIco,. Bahamas.
Barbados. Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities ln the world. These ex-
oelent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENOER8 ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINE8S  RELATIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEAR8
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITE8
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST ..I.   ..$5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER     B   C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER. t
*a***a.-**r-
PAGE EIGHT
PROO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912.
THE very fact that there are
more Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges
sold than any other rango on tho
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three tmes as long a3 a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
Andersen & Lusby
IT'S
LIKE
THIS
SO LONG AS YOU HAVE LIFE
YOU ARE IN* DANGER OF LOSING
IT. AND SO LONG AS YOU ARE
IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR LIF��
JUST SO LONG IS YOUR FAMILY
IN DANGER OF BEING^FORCED TO
FACE POVERTY'. AN INSURANCE
POLICY IS THE SAFEGUARD FOR
THEM. CAN YOU AFFORD TO
NEGLECT IT? COME IN AND TALK
IT OVER WITH ME.
Alfred W. McLeod
Eighth
ets dally
street Bakery, fresh crump-
A. Hardman, Phone L159.
i Mr. Tom Prentice, manager of the
South Vancouver Citizens band, was
In this city on   Saturday, and   inter-
! viewed Professor Heatherlngton of
Columbian    College.      Arrangements
I were made for the band to give a con-
i cert at the college some time in the
! near future.
J.
The executive of the W. C. T. U.
win.neertonig.it at the house of Mrs.
Maxwell on Seventh street.
Arthur Oliver Burled.
Arthur  Oliver,  late storekeeper at
the B. C. E. R. carshops, who died on'
iue d. u. Bi. tt. carsuufB,  wno uicu uu
lfcv. Father O'Boyle has left   on ft , Thursday of   peritonitis, was   burled
two wteks' visit to points .in the     "���! yeBterd'ay afternoon.   Ti,e funeral left
t���. ior. Mr.   Mumble's  nnd��rtnkine  rooms  for
The steamer Transfer has resumed
her regular run. .   ..
Seat sales for "Mutt and Jeff" at tho
onera house open on Tuesday morn-
Z at Tidy, the florist's. Mail or.ders
Will be received now.
Mr F J. Hart is another citizen
who is putting up a new home for
himself. lt isuiilerstooi that he.s
bulldln; a fine residence at Deer
Lake.
Kev M G Melvln was the speaker
at the'regular weekly meeting for men
ludd at the Y. M. C. A. on Sunday
afternoon. After an excellent address
the gathering adjourned for the usual
tea.
Dr H K. Hope, D. 0. Eye Specialist has removed bis offices from 057
Columbia street, to the Collister
Block tomer Columbia street and entrance on McKenzie street. Hours
dfflly 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m., or later by
appointment.
News has been received from Chilliwack of the death of William Nel-
lens on Saturday. Mr. Nellens was
cne of the pioneer settlers of this province and came to Chilliwack in the
Cariboo gold rush of the early sixties,
ani remaine:! there ever since. He
was Oi) years old.
Music lovers in the city are looking
forward with pleasurable anticipation
to tbe concert which is to be given
In the Sixth Avenue Methodist church
on Tuesday evening by the choir of
the Sixth Avenue Methodist church,
Vancouver, under the leadership of
Mr. Hicks. The fame of the Sixth
Avenue church choir in the neighboring city is high, and the program
for Tuesday evening is of superb ex- |
cellence.
Edmonds���Beautiful view lots, all
cleared, SOO feet from Vancouver
road, 00x210, $1060; one-quarter cash,
balance 0. 12, IS and 2-1 mont'.is, Ueid,
Curtis ^ Dorian.
Mr. Murchle's undertaking rooms for
the cathedral, where the service was
conducted by Rev. Ray, and the body
was burled ih the Church of England
cemetery. A lurje crowd, which in
eluded many of the men employed at
the shops attended the funeral.
MONDAY and TUESDAY
ARE
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the  Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LES80NS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
We Give You
To
Your Own Home
80hTmmLM��&
��S7 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New '"Westminster,
Daughter Dies.
Miss A!iec Cunningham, the daughter of James Cunningham, died on
Fri.lay morning at Penticton. Mlss
Cunningham was only 24 years old.
She will be buried this afternoon at
2:',',0 in thc    Odd    Fellows' cemetery.!
Uov. Mr. Brown wiU officiate and U*o \
arrangement*  are ln  the hands  ot  D
Murchie & Bon.
IX/F   supply  the   money   to   build
** A-i   your own home,  meet    payments, pay off mortgages or buy property. |
,y^\T T pay back in monthly In-
* vU stalments of less than $10
on a $1000 loan at a cost to you of
enly 2'/2 per cent, on a 5 per cent,
basis.
TWO
THINGS
KODAKS and
Photo Supplies
Eastman
Toronto Parks
LAWN SEED
The Best
Wife-Beater. Sentenced.
Tto first wife-beater to be sen-
tenced In the history of the city was
W'i'.llam Clark of Buinaby sent down
by Judge Howay cn Saturday for a
term of twelve months hard labor.
The sentence wes rendered still more
severe by the addition of twelve
lashes. The evidence showed that
Clark had been in the habit of beat! if:
his wife foi a number of years.
\
TOR   BOY  SCOUTS.
New Monthly Devoted to Interests of
Great Movement in Canada.
A Eample copy of "The Scout" has
teen received. This Is the first number of the first volume of a magazine
devoted to the interest and alms of
the Boy Scouts, and is printed in Ottawa. This is a very wed jot uy publication nnd gives all kinds of news
about the boy scouts, their movements
and doings. There aro also illustrations, stories and instructive and Interesting articles. Pages have b:en
set aside for correspondence, snd for
stories written by the boys, themselves. The father of every boy scout
Is Bure to buy this monthly for his
son, and he will probably order another copy for himself as soon as he
has seen the first one.
WRITE FOR
FREE BOOK .
M UNIVERSAL HOME
SECURITY CO., ITD.
Head Office in thc
PEOPLE'S TRUST OFFICES
l Phone No. 655.    New Westminster.
Curtain Days
AT THE SMITH STORE
Today and Tomorrow we make one
grand exhibition of the new Curtains, Curtainings and Draperies.
Displayed throughout the store will
be shown everything that is new for
Spring in Muslins, Madras, Nets,
Scrims and Draperies. Added to
the beauty of this showing will be
the price inducements during these
two show days. We invite every
woman in the city to see this display. It will interest all. Come today if possible.
B. &. M.  FISH
Fraser River Spring Salmon, lb...20c
Kippered Sturgeon, per lb 20c
Fresh Cod (half or whole), per lb. . .Re
Fresh Halibut 2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Oolichans   3 lbs. for 25c
Frozen Red Salmon  (half or whole),
per lb 7c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Pike Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
������������
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
8EEDS
rjr.iT
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Ret. 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
TALCUM POWDER
There are many kinds.
WE HAVE THE BE8T.
Also the latest.   Try
MULFORD'S FLESH & WHITE
Exquisite Odor.
SEE  OUR WINDOW
MHITS DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.    44) Columbia Ht
N'ew  Wodtm'nu^er   PC
WHITE  ROCK  NOTES.
Several real estate transactions
have been put through during thepust
few days by White Shiles & Co. for
the \\ hite Rock Townsite company,
one being the sale of three seafroiit
lots to a Vancouver party. The purchase price was in the neighborhood
of $1000 ;er lot. The Townsite com
I any have also let thc contract for
the eomi letion of their wnter system,
which was commenced last year.
Work on this important undertaking
will be started right away.
The Campbell River Lumber company have put In a yard here, and will
carry a full stock of lumber, sashes,
doors an.l all kinds of building material at reasonable prices.
Building operations are very much
in evidence and each day contracts
are signed for the erection of new
houses. One very good feature ls thc
fact that the style of residence now
ordered is of a more substantial type
than those ereeted in previous years.
Visitors during the past week have
been numerous, amongst the nuni(>cr
might be mentioned P. H. Brown and
daughter, W. S. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Brown. Mr. an.l Mrs. Captain
Mayers, Mr. and Mrs. Barr and daughter, Mr. McPliee, Mr. and iMrs. P. C.
Voung and friends from Vnncouvo-
Mr. and Mrs. Stoddart and Mr. and
Mrs. Cody, nlro from Vancouver; lt.
Bell, Mr. Buckland, C. Smith, If. Hutton. Alex. Matheson, i.Mr. Munn and
others from New Westminster.
OPERTIES
Ca'e Is Char;ecT.
The M-mi'rek cafe will flgi-e ai fl >.
fendnnt In the police court tMn m-v-n-
i".- ��n answer a charjrs or 'iriiu.'tu'.ir
��cllt:)~ :!;::or o.i t'.-.c pwnMi d)
We can supply almost any demand
for Business and Semi-Business
Properties. Industrial Sites with
both railway and deep water shipping facilities.
Manufacturing Sites
Mercantile Sites
Apartment Sites
Hotel Sites
For full particulars of locations,
prices and terms, apply-
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
F J Jart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster       Tranches at Vancouver     Victor!i
Chilliwack and A'der drove. B.C.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window  Display
CHAMBERLIN  JEXECR
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
i     **ss*ss*ssssammmsssssamm*a*mssssssssssmss*ssssst
W. R. GILLEY, Phona 122. Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 291.
Pho     , Office 15 and 18.
GtlBey Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale amd Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE8SED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur      Quassia Chips
Whale OH Soap* Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
'PHONE 57
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Weetmlneter Branch. ��� Cara
leave B. C. 15. It. Co. station tor
Vancouver at &:00, 5:45 and
6:45 a.m. and every IB mlnute3
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. halt hourly service untll midnight.
Sunday Sen Ice.���Cara leavo
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:30, 9:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch���-Cars leave
B .C. E. R. Co. Btatlon for Vancouver at 5:45. 0:45 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Kegular
week day service thereafter.   -
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu Island Branch.���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. It. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at. 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
Rt 9:30 R.m., 1:20 and 6:10: For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:05 p.m-
\
BRITISH COLUMBI ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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