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(SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
ORT  MANN  ACREAGE  IN AND
I   iDJOINING THE T0WN8ITE.
(Lower Office.)
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
US FOR PRICES IN PORT
MANN PROPERTY, IN AND AD-
JOING THE TOWN8ITE.
WHITE, 8HILE8 A CO.
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VO       IE 6,  NUMBER 292.
NBW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTa
m ATTEND SYNOD
Bishop De Pencier Tells of
Successful Gathering.
NELSON TO HAVE BISHOP
STERLING HEAD OE     AVIATOR IS KILLED
INTERURBAN LINES ���
  Fell   Three   Hundred    and
Eighty Feet.
Fernie Parish In Dire 8tralts���Gener-
oue Help Extended by Thote
Assembled.
Bishop De Pencier returned on Sat-
unlay from what he believes to havo
been his last attendance at tho synod at Nelson. Next year he hopes
that n bishop for that diocese, which is at present combined
with that of Weatmlnster, will have
been appointed, as word haa 'been re-
Railroad Man Receives High Appointment���Latest Move In  Reshuf-
fle of Company's Officers.
Mr. E. Sterling has been appointed
divisional superintendent of interurban lines with jurisdiction over ai)
the district. This 19 the latest appointment made by the B. C. E. R.
company ln the reshuffle of its personnel, and It ls to be supposed that
Mr. Franklyn, who has been acting au
perlntendent of interurban lines during the past few months, wlll return
to his work on the Lulu island and
Steveston branch.
Mr. Sterling ie a former servant oi
the company and a railroad man of
twenty years' standing. Ho joined
the C. P. H. at the age of 14, and
ceived from  England that the funds , never left this    company    until    he
that aro being collected both here and   joined  the  B.  C.  E.   R.,  in October,
across the Atlantic will be ready by
the end of the year for the establishment of the new bishopric. "Then 1
ho;e," said the Blshoj, "that a special
synod will be called early next year
for tho celei'tion of a bishop, and
thia work will thus be taken off my
hands."
The Bisbop was very much pleased
1910, as chief deapatcher. In May of
the following year he was promoted
to the position of trainmaster, and ln
December of the same year he became superintendent of District 2.
Now he has been made divisional superintendent with jurisdiction over
all lines, his last appointment dating
Trom February 13, although now pub-
with  his Journey and all the events j iighed for the first time.   This rapid
rise Is an eloquent testimonial to his
ability and his friends are all very
pleased to hear of hia latest success.
connected with the synod at Nelson
The largest gathering on record attended for the occasion, and every,
thing went off with great success.
After the synod was over Bishop and
Mrs. De Pencier held a reception of
nearly 300 people, to which'' al! the
members of the syno.l ancl of St. Savior's Church congregation were invited. A fine orchestra furnished
the music, and refreshments were
served at 10 p.m. after everybody had
enojyed a very pleasant evening, daring wliich Rev. Graham of Xelson de-
lhered n very nice spcejh l:i honor
of the hosts.
The Bishop and Airs. De Fender
left Westminster lust Monday for
Nelson, and were joined at Sicnmons
by the delegation, sixteen strong,
from the towns of tho Okanagan lake,
attending from Penticton to Vernon,
un Iur Dean Armstrong, and also by
Hev. Mr. Oreen from Kelowna, one ofl Sunda
the oldest members of the synod. I chapel
The Golden delegates appeared at
Hevelstote, and it was a large party
that-reached Nelson by the Slocan ! "'ation of a fortune. The boy���r.o.v j
lukm. the Arrow lake btins still fro-/- I umn ot 63. ><��ar�����Is eaa ot��h����MUfc
eu over. At Nullum <.U*y Ioun<l tlm Uwt citl>��na o�� W����r*rm "Po��i����ytv��.��i'.��
synod ssssmhlad. ��rom (urtfcmt ���net 1 u t wltu aavwneti��jr ������ Ws money I
uame Hev. D. T. Flue^et* cr Keml*. I _ ,.���,.���.�� ,��,��� aa,*?A^7 ���r hi. \if�� I
once rector of St. Panl's" Vancouver, ,,a" b��'"l,�� tKo bur4,m ��r w" 1Ue-)
whilo from tho Boundary country'The misdeed that got him the first
came the rectors of Phoon'.x, Tra'l,; dollars has tainted all. In order t-.>
Rossland and Grand Forks with their ; purge his conscience, he offers now
la)   delegates accompanying them   So , of w    fortuIK, U)
large, iu fact, was  the muster, that       b '    .  ,        77 .
for t'ie lirst time In history the svn-ithe church which he robbed.
OffERS HIS ALL
IN RESTITUTION
Man   Who  Grow  Wealthy After  Robbing   Church   Finds   Burden   of
Crime Insupportable.
Drooklyn, N. v., Feb. IR���In 187^
lu-year-old boy stole $40 from tho
school   fund   of  (hi   Baptist
in   .'.(rooklyn.
he stolen money became the foun-
WELL  KNOWN BIROHAN
Two  Accidents,  One  Probably  Fatal,
Mar Meot at Oakland���Lose
Control  of Machine.
London, Feb. 18.���Graham Gilmour,
one of the best known among British
aviators, was instantly killed today
by a fall wilh his aeroplane from a
height of 38u feet. He wus testing a
new monoplane in which he was making a flight from the aerodrome at
Hrooulancis and was traveling at tbe
rate of sixty miles an hour when his
machine sud-enly buckled aud
dropped.
Oakland, Feb. 18.���The ISO horsepower biplane, driven by William H.
iiol'f, at the aviation meet Saturday
afternoon.turned turtle when about 50
feet ln the air and came crashing to
tho ground, smashing the machine to
splinters and injuring the aviator,
perhaps fatally. He was picked up
by attaches of the grounds bleeding
and unconscious.
Glenn Martin, representing the San
Francisco relay team in the second
lap of the fifteen-mile race, lost control of his plane in a treacherous bit
of air at the north end of the course
before he had reached any height and
came to the ground, rushing alon-; thu
uneven field until his machine crashed Into the fence which separates
the field from the racetrack.
.Martin came out unscathed. Thc
machine, however, was badly damaged, the propeller belnt smashed
and much of the central portion of the
biplane wrecked.
On account of the accident the relay race between San Francisco an:l
Oakland teams was called off.
OIL SEEKERS SAFPV BE AUTHOR Of   / FRACfD TO UIMMk
BIACKHAND MYSTERY
Lost on the West Coast of
Grahame Island.
BISHOP ELECT
REACHES COAST
DRIVEN OUT Of COURSE
Week's Delay Gave Rise to Apprehensions���Men   and   Supplies
Landed.
Prince Rupert, Feh. 18.���William
Joliffe has just returned from .Mas-
sett, where it is reported that the
whole party of oil seekers, reported
lost on the west coast of Graham
Island, are safe.
Captain Newcombe upon hearing
that the party was supposed
to have been lost, at once sailed for
Massett, where Henry Edenshaw and
the Indian party were alrea:ty home,
having landed supplies, and the Slater party near Tlahn Point. Lack of
communication of all kinds with the
west coast of Graham Island accounts
for the fears not being allayed sooner.
Information was brought that Edenshaw and his launch and the schooner
with supplies for the oil drilling
plant near Tinhn Point, found it impossible to make a landing on the day
they reached the coast, January 29.
They weie forced to run before a
stiff breeze to Port LouiB some distance farther down the coast and
await favorable weather. They remained there about a week before it
was possible to pet back to Tiahn
Point, where Slater and his two companions and supplies were landed.
Edensh.-iw returned to Masset lo.ir
days ago was there when Jofliffe
reached that point.
Mesrs. Mackenzie & Mann's expert,
Mr. Covert, and party, have gone into
the oil fields to report on the situation.
In confirmation of the above mes-
sags the tollowlng telegram was received on Saturday afternoon by MT.
J. If. Inks'er. managing director of
the li. C. OildfieHs Companv: "Prince
Rupert, Feb. 17.���Men and supplies
safely  landed,  February  ll,'!
SCHOOL SITUATION  IN
BURNABY  RELIEVED
Rev.   Or.   C.   4.
Howard Arrested In Connection With
Bone    Affair���Bogus    Cheques
and Threatsnlno  Letters.
Notorious Criminal May Be
in B. C.
A8BEST HOURLY EXPECTED
Parenta Mortgaged Home to Advance.
Money to Bigamist Whe Fled
With Their Daughter.
Oakland, Ca., Feb.    17.���The   cap-.
A man called Howard hns been arrested In connection with the Bone affair, and the wold-be black-hand letters which lately -threatened tho latter gentleman with terrible things, if
he did not como through with certain sums of money at certain time.*
and places. Howard and Bone used
to room In the same house, until Mr.   . ,.   ,,
Bone s suspicions were aroused and ture of Slr Harry w����tw��od cooper/*
he moved to the Windsor Hotel the marl of many a,la*����, many wivea
Mixed up with the story of the 'and namer0UB prison terms for tor-
threatening letters is another one of gery' who married Mh��8 Anna Mil-
bogus ehe.jues to the amount of $250 brath on F'ebruary 9, and left tbe
Howard, lt seems, has been known 8ame day for Vancouver, B. C, oaten-
around town for some four years cr 8lbly on a honeymoon trip, but in re-
more, and at one time he worked as allty t0 ^^Pe reincarceration ln San
assistant In Adams & Dean's procery I Qu��ntln for violation of his parole, ls
store. Since that time he has repre->beIleved by th�� P��Hce to be a matter
sented a Vancouver and a Victoria ot bours- Cooper, or Chadwick, as Ht
grocery firm as a traveller, but it is ,B hnown in San Francisco courts, is
believed durin> the last three moiithJreporte:1 to have been 8een in Seatr
or so he has neither held a job Itle and traced thence to Canada,
nor lookod for one. The story of | Mlss Milbrath's father and mother
the letters ls well known. In response each swore to a warrant today for the
to them Mr. Bone twice placed pack- arrest of the facile former and ficti-
ages at the place ordered, but no one t,OUB physician, who, as Dr. Milton
ever came to take them away. It was Abrahams, fled with their daughter
noticed by Mr. Bone and his landlord on money which they had raised.by
that both letters were written on the mortgaging their home, leaving be-
same kind of paper marked with tho bind him a wife and children in this.
same watermark, and this fact was city.
related in conversation, it appears, by I Mrs. Milbrath charged Cooper with.
the landlord's wife to the other room- having obtained money under false
er, Howard, who was asking her ques- ' pretenses and exhibited a promissory
tion3 about the habits of Mr. Bone, note for $2,000, whieh "Dr. Abra-
and whether he carried a gun, or waa hams" gave her in return for $100i>
much scared about tht letters. When jcash, which he alleged he needed to
Mr. Bone received a third letter ' enable him to secure an immense es-
shortly .ifter, it was noticed, so the | tate left him by his father and mother
Etory runs, that a new kind of paper , who had been killed in a railroad ac-
was use.!, and suspicions were cident in Egypt.
aT!f���  ., , J I    The father swore to a bigamy com-
hadl^Ln T'0��� Ti0d Hownrd P'alnt ^e parents have received no
chi^ 1S lnndorf,to cash two, direct words from their daughter
V!cnnmUSMe p" *W ��f h0l^P8' '8iuce her hurrled dePa"ure. 'iiiey re-
SSrJ^ h T hf,1 ******* the ceived tod?y> ^ever, a telegram.
nltllT    t ^teadwrftln* expert or  from their son, Ben Milbrath, in Gary,.
��� CPn,-lrUVW  t0   le!p  un" I Indiana,  saying  that his aunt. Mrl
rave! the mjstery. ! Helena Dickmeyer,    had    received a.
It was just about this time, appar-; postcard  dated    Portland.    Oregon.
ently, that the jollce sieved In.
Howard was put under arrest on Saturday. He will in all probability
come up beforo the poiit-e magistrate;
this   morninrr.
o:l had to be held In the large Kagles'
hall  i'lsltad of in the sdioolroum of
tlie church.
Every clergyman    In    the   dioce?e
The Rev. W. B. Wallace .:nd tho
trustees of the Baptist Chapel, at
Schennerhorn street and Thir.l ave-
,nue, were in session bst night to dc
With the exception of but one or two ' bate perhaps the    most   remarkable
was ;resent at the opening service on j problem that ever confronted such a
Wednesday nt 7:30 a.m. On tbe even
lng of tbo same day the synod rer-
vice waa held and Hev. C. A. Seager,
M.- A., rector of Vernon, delivered a
most scholarly and eloquent sermon,
for which a vote of thanks was passed
him by the synod.
"But the most Interesting Incident
of the ���vhoie affair to my mind," said
the Bishop, "occurred ln the last half
hOur, when an appeal was made on
behalf of the parish at Fernie, and
$1005 wns collected in half an hour.
That parish Is In great financial difficulties owing to the prolonged strike;
the stljend of the rector is $400 in
arrears, and tho Interest on the
mortgage on thc church and other
debts are pressing,
parish    through    its
body. The Rev. Mr. Wallace his
beea made the sole Judge of the i.ujui
that the wealthy Ponnsyivanian shall
return to the charei. He I* virtually
acting as proxy for another man's
conscience.
Mr. Wallace was ln charge oi tti'i
chapel when the Sunday school robbery was committed, thirty-eight
years ago.
He remembers the boy who stole
the $40���a bright, h'.th-splrlted youngster who one day met with an unexpected chance and temptation to obtain enough money to get out and see
the  world.
The boy vanished utterly. None
of the church people heard from him
Almost    every I until a few days ago when his letter
representatives jto Dr.  Wallace arrived.
pledged a certain    amount,    nnd the
whole thing was most interesting for
Us enthusiasm.   It couid not, I think,
have occurred anywhere except west
of the Rockies, where the people are | there   he  struggled  along  until
easily  touched  by a tale of sorrow i found work.
and are generous to help those In dlf-1    He "made good."   He obtained bet-
ficulty."  Assistance for the same pur-' ter places in rising succession. Soon
Tho letter told of the theft nnd the
writer said that he first made his way
to California, end with the few dollars tbat remained to him after he gor
be
pose  was also asked from the English association.
The Bishop's account of the position
at Fernie was altogether rather
gloomy   Although the strike is over,
he was able to go Into business for
himself. In these days, the joy or
success and the forgetfulness of
youth kept his conscience from worrying him about his one crime. He had
the men are only getting three days j accumulate! a goodly sum of money
work a week, he says, and, worso i and considerable property when he de
still, another strike ls expected in tho |cided some years ago to ensfage in a
near future. j new enterprise.   He moved to the oil
The business transacted at the syn- i district of Pennsylvania,
od included the appodntment of dele-1 Again fortune favored him. His
gates to the beard for the Anglican '. possessions became greater and great-
Theological College to be established j er���his position more and more dis-
at Point Grey University, and others | tlnruished. He Is today a power ln
to the provincial synod, which it is j the community where he lives. There
hoped to hold next fall. The following is probably not one of his acquaint-
were the delegates elected for theiances who would believe that this
first-named purpose. Revs. T. Green. | man stole tho foundation of bis rich-
Kelowna; C. Procuanler. Revelstoke; !es.
If. W. Simpson, Rossland, and Messrs '
Ropar  wm   Bo   Conn.)     *********.   *t**ma*ay, ���*****.. .\a.���-Mi��
\p��>i��rs  cotiMB.lt.t.B.1. a'.  WiM-a THiw  m��>.
crated   BlmriO!>   of. Columbia   at ltb��> Uuraalvy ��<rhooi board e.t "V^cWar'n
,,,  .     .. 1 (Hall on Saturtay afternoon to dWcvi&s
victoria. -Itta�� school situation In F.aht Buraalay.
  I Several sites were mentioned, but as
these  were   too    near    the   present
Rev.  Dr.  O.  J*.  Roper, bishop-e'.ect | ^"ena Vista building the meeting was
..-***.,, i    j       ,, . i adjourned untll next  Saturdav afte-
of Columbia, has arrived on the coast i ������!���
from  New Yon; and is staying with i
Mr. Sprott in Buinaby. Rev. Roper i3 j
to be consecrated    at    Victoria next
'urday, and will leave for that city
. Friday.
from the girl. The postcard read:
"Married Friday. Well and happy..
On honeymoon trip, Europe.'
The parents fear that C.QQper, finding himself closely pursued, wi.i aban-
���vtn. f����i
WIIH) W CM
I noon.
"he consecration ot the new bishop ..-ill be a most impressive affair,
..u.. the primate of Canada and His
Grace Archbishop Matheson of Winnipeg will be present for the .consecration as also Bishops Rowe of Alaska,
Scedding of Portland, F. H. Duvement
of Caledonia, Harding of Regina, Paddock and Keator of Tacoma. The Ber-
uce will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday In the cathedral, and at 5 p.m.
the newly consecrated bishop wl.i be
eu throned!
Great satisfaction is feit by all the
members of thc Anglican community
in having such an addition to the
workers ln British Columbia as Dr.
Rpp.?r, whose scholarship and splrit-
ui' ;x)wer have been widely recog-
dUchI. The bishop-elect graduated at
Kpblo College, Oxford, and then he-
came a professor at Trinity College,
Toronto. From there be went to be
professor of theology at the General
Theological Seminary at New York,
whence he comes to be bisbop of Columbia, i
fAU-VH RECTfD
'   RHT WARD fOUR
Child Breaks Away From Her Paron'
and Runs in Front of
Vehicle.
���plictt  cottfid��nc��  to.���' C<x��j)��t;, *a*wviA
by' ber   tallure,  at bis  te<iu��*X,  Vta*'
tblnk. to write to tbem.
lt developed today that tho marriage licence, which Cooper was believed to have forged, had been obtained in the customary manner ac
the county clerk's office. At the request of Cooper, who said that hla
bride's pa.< nts had just died and
that for that reason they both wished
a quiet wedding, the clerk kept the
licence secret until the story of Coop-
"LET 'EM ALONE"
POLICY ADOPTED
Returned in January, Mr. McKee Was
Defeated���School By-Law for
$75,000 Passed.
Edmonds, Feb. 17.���W. P. Fau-vel
has been elected for Ward Four over
Mr. McKee, late representative of tbe
ward. His majority was 17, tbe votes
cast beipg 84 for Mr. Fau-vel and G7
for Mr. MelCee.
The January election at wh ch Mr.
McKee was returned by two votes
over the some apponent, was declared
null and void by the courts owing to
the fact that Ward Two ballot papers
had been used when the supply of
Ward Four papers ran out.
At the same time two school bylaws were passed which will raise
$76,000 between them. Sixty thousand of this sum will be spent on the
purchase of school sites and additions
to present ones, and the remaining
$16,000 w 11 go to repair and Improve
present school property.
Chancellor Crease. Diocesan Treasurer George Johnstone and Hamilton.
The provincial synod delegation consists of Revs. Archdeacon Beer. Graham, Kelson: C. A. Seager, Vernon;
T. A. Green. Kelowna nn.' Messrs. Irving. Crease. Bird and Busk.
All the time they were away, the
Bishop said, the weather was very
mild.
Eight    Thousand    People   Gather at
Free Speech Meeting���Police
'    Not   in   Evidence.
MAYOR LEE SAYS HE 18
NOT OVER OPTIMISTIC
Iwacco mm
611 fff�� PRICK
Dissolution of Trust Restores Competition   in   Kentucky���Market.    ,_
More Satisfactory-
2000  Miles by Dog Team.
Nome, Alaska, Feb. 17���Charles F
Herron. with the proxies of tbe fifty
delegates from the Nome judicial d s-
trict, left by dog team today on his
2000 miles Journey to attend the territorial Republican convention at Cordova, March 30. He is Instructed to
cast the votes for a Taft delegation to
Chicago. At Fairb?n!ts, Mr. Herron, If
Blaeted on  3unday. he chooses, may taVe a horse stage to
Edmonds. Feb. 19���.Toe Ansllfm, an IChotlna on the Copper River Railroad
Italian contractor, took chances of and complete his Journey by team, but
vlolatlia the blasting by-law. Ansillm he purposes to travel the whole dis-
was blasting stumps on Sundav last tance behind swift, dogs. After the
wre't when found by the police, Maris-, convention, Mr. Herron must return
trate Walker imposed a fine of $20 overland or wait untl) the Behrlng Sea
nnd costs. 'ls ��PeI1 t0 navigation in June.
Vancouver, Feb. 18.���Seven or
eight thousand people must have been
gathered on or about the Powell atreet
grounds this afternoon ln anticipation
j speech" party and the pollce. How-
Bpeakers addressed the huge
crowd for two hours or more,
the pollce made no move. Only
about half a dozen were seen on the
grounds at all, and these confined
themselves to watching the proceedings without interfering in any way.
Among the orators was one Japanese,
and several of the speakers even encroached on the roadway without raising any protest from tho constaMes.
"Let 'em alone"  seems to bo the
Mayor Lee hates to be thought
over-optimistic. He was quoted In
these columns the other day as saying that the city would- be employing 6,ooo men on the streets within
the present year, which would mean
a population of 25,000 people, and he
thought It a bit too strong. Well,
tbe mayor did not quite say this.
Wbat be sad ��.is that he hoped
there would be S000 men so employed,
but this, of course, was dependent on
tbe people voting for the bylaws.
Can it be thought that the people of
New Westminster would vote down
by-laws for Improvements? Again,
he did not say tibis number would
mean a population of 26,000, but that
it would represent a population of
this large figure. All the working-
men employed might not be marr ed,
In which cafe the Increase of population might be slightly under the 25,-
000 mark. With all these qualifications It still looks PS if thero was:
something good coming for New
Westminster when there is everv pos-
Seattle. Feb.  18.���Crashed  beneath L^B criminol "career" became" public."
the wheels of an in.boun.i Walllngford j	
avenue car, at the corner of Twelfth
avenue Northeast and East Forty-fifth
street, about 6 o'ciock lust evening, f
5-year-old Elva Ta.rman, was killed instantly, while her mother, Mrs. E. H.
Tarman, stood helpless a few feet
away.
The mot'Jer and child had left au
outbound car and started to cross the
stieet when the little girl broke away
irom her parent and ran directly in
front of the inbound car. Deatu was
Instantaneous.
Mrs. Tarman, wife of E. H. Tarman,
assistant local superintendent of the
Prudent ul Insurance Company of
America, fainted. She is still under
the care of physicians at the family
home, 4318 Twelfth avenue Northeast, and is in a serious condition.
The body of the child was taken to
the Butterworth Undertaking Parlors.
Motorman Robert Ingersoll and Conductor M. E. Thor.pson, of ths car,
were ordered to police headquarters
to make a report of tbe accident. The
statement of the motorman is to the
effect tbat his car was proceeding
slowly and he was ringing the tell fo.
the crossing as he passed the outbound car..
He says that Mrs. 'Tarman apparently saw his car and stopped, but the
little girl broke away from her mother
and started to run across the street,
darting right ln front of the car. The
motorman stopped his car as quickly
as possible but not ln time ti avert
an accident.
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 18.���Local "to^
bacco breaks" have received a great
impetus from the dissolution of tne
tobacco trust as a result of tbe spirited competitive bidding of former subsidiaries of tbe American company,.
and the market ie proving the most
satisfactory in years. Average prices.
tobacco men say, are ruling : or J
cents higher than last year.
nety policy adopted by the civic ad
ministration and co��*erin;enUy no dis
turbance took place durih* the after- slbl'lty of 8.0(W men beint employed
U00n ion tho city streets within the year.
MOTHER 8EEK8 $50,000
FOR DEATH OF 80N
Redding, Cal.. Feb. 18.���A suit for
$50,000 damages was flled yesterday
against tbe Southern Pacific Railroad
Company by Mrs. G. H. Vallier.
mother of George Vallier, of Tacoma,
for whose death Daniel Fleming, a
former Southern Pacific policeman,
was found guilty by a Jury here December 30.
In the suit filed Mrs. Vallier declares that her son was her main
support.
A ten-dav stay of tho erecutlon of
the ten years' prison sentence im-
Twel op Fleming was prantcrt t-> allow his attorneys time for an apollca-
tlon for ? writ to gho'v froibabV
cause in tlieir petition for a rshoar-
Int.
WHITE ROCK NOTE8.
..j...       .  ���
Building operations will commence*
tn a few days upon the new G. N. R..
station, customs and immigration offices at White Rock. The present:
premises will be moved back temporarily and tbe new building wfll be-r
erected on the same site.
It  is  understood  that  the Hunter
Mill company here Intend to pat in a*.**
larger dynamo so as to   supply the
G. N. R. depot,- the proposed summer
hotel and    the   various    residential,
houses with electric light.   The O. N.
R. have applied for and been granted^
one miner's inch of water froin tbe.
stream which empties Into the salt.
water just south of their depot. Thisi
will  be piped  to  the new  b.iilding
when erected.
The Hunter Milt company are putting in a hmber yard near their aht��- -
ele mill here and will also carry ale
kinds of building supplies. In the anticipation of a busy time this season,.
Building Contractors M. W. Oranfc-
&. Son are now puttfng the finishing:
touches upon the Cody residence ou
tbe Sea front road, aud have or:'ens tt>.
go ahead with two other houses ��us =
soon es rosslble.
H. T. Knot, O'Connor. Glftri!; E.* Tt;
Rands, Mrs. Sands and' daught*-, ard"
T. W. Strange were amongst the rat-
cent visiters from town.v-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  FEBRUARY  19,  1912.
���TANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know tbat I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
; to the city and will deliver either
pasteurize^, milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
��� quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
FOR SALE
*OR SALE���AGASSIZ POTATOES
In large or small quantities at $35
per ton, or $1.75 per sack; guarantee every potato sound; free delivery within city; terms cash. Hatt
Cook, 527 Front street, New Westminster.   Phone 550.
DON'T BURN
Waste Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we will collect, free of
charge.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
PURE MILKr-FOUR AND A HALF
per cent, butter fat; pastuerized.
'from herd of purebred cows; all recently passed government tuberculoma test. Handled in most sanitary manner.    This is worth look-
. tos into. Mothers who recognize
the value of pure fresh milk for
tbeir children should apply to 11. T.
Hardwlck.   Phone L552.
���	
WOR SALE OR RENT���A SIX ROOM
ed bouse with all modern convent
ences.    Apply 214 Sixth avenue.
TO RENT.
1COR RENT ��� FURNISHED   ROOM.
Apply 88 Fourth street.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED      HOUSE-
keeping rooms.   224 Seventh street.
TO RENT���TWO NICELY FURNISH
ed housekeeping rooms; furnace
heated; corner Agnes and Dull'erin
streets.   Phone L 638.	
TO RENT���LIGHT, FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, housekeeping apart
ments; steam heated; hot and cold
water. Apply room 9, K. of P. hall,
corner Agnes and Eighth streets.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS,
Merrivale street.
57
.TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
front room on first floor. 703
Agnes street, opposite library.
WANTED
Land to clear or grade. Contracts taken; estimates given
on cellars or foundations.
R. E. GRANNAN,
Phone 1074. 214 Fifth- Ave.
CITY    OF      NEW     WESTMINSTER
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM,
near Columbian College. 112 Fourth
avenue. *
FOUND.
JTOUND���AN EINGLISH SETTER
pup.about four or flve months old,
black and white spotted. Telephone
112.
ELECTROLISIS.
Health   Department.
Regulations    for   the   Collection    of
Garbage.
The Corporation has installed a
Garbage Plant and expect to collect
from the Householders one can of garbage per week. The size of the can i3
given below.
The rates of charges are also set
out in the Schedule.
COLLECTION.
The Corporation does not bind itself to collect at any specified time,
but collections will be made weeklv
or thereabouts.
Metallic tags" will be used as payment for the collection of garbage.
These tags must be purchased from
the Tax Collector's Department, City
Hall, only, and will not be sold in lesa
than one dollar quantities.
Tags cannot be purchased from the
Collectors and tliey are forbidden to
sell or attempt to sell to any peraon
same under the penalty of instant
dismissal.
Every person must deliver to the
garbage Collector a tag or tags in
payment for the collection, at tlm
time of collection, in accordance with
the before mentioned schedule of
prices.
The Corporation will not be responsible for non-collection of garbage
should a collector be unable to gain
access to the garbage can.
It is expected that the public will
assist the Health Department In this
matter by placing cans in such places
as can be easily got at.
Any complaints as to the incivility
or non-attention of the Collector; or
the non-collection of garbage, must
be made immediately to the Health
Inspector, giving full particulars of
the complaint, together with the complainant's name and address.
Special collections can be arranged
by giving reasonable notification to
the Health Inspector at the City Hall.
The following regulations have been
passed by the Council:
FROM THE TROPICS
[TO HEAL US.
Cedron Seed Plant.
In Central America many natives are
gathering the seeds of this plan t, Cedron
Seed, a rare medicine that has valuable
curative powerB. Hut few drug stores
carry this seed, owing to the high coot
of the article
This country ia a largo consumer ot
this costly seed because it enters into
tho famous catarrh romody, Puruna,
sold the world over.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
HEALTH   DEPARTMENT.
Tenders for Towing Scow.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the towing of the Garbage Scow.
Full particulars can be obtained
from the City Engineer's office.
Tenders to be delivered not later
than 5 p.m. on the 12th day of February, 1912, to the undersigned, at the
City Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, Feb. 1, 1912.
The date for tenders to be received
has been postponed to the 19th day of
February, 1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
((
SUPERFLUOUS      HAIRS,      MOLES
and warts permanently removed by ,
Miss E. Short, o�� Vaucouver. Uoo��lFIXED   CHARGES   FOR    REMOVAL
8.  Cutwater Mocl*. Wednesdays   and \ OF OA.UBA.OE,   ETC. .
Thursdays.    Phone  818. \     L    The owner, agent or occupant ot
,\eactk house la required by law to pro-
I vide separate and proper  receptacles
It ia part of my professional
service to thow women how
to correctly wear their corsets
Let me select and fit, in the seclusion of your home, that comfortable, clasiy, perfect garment���
\ Spirella Corset
No other is so
flexible, yet permanently shape-
retaining as
Spirella
Boning
Light, cool, iani-
tary,comfortable.
Guaranteed for
one year against
rust or breakage.
My personal
services are free.
I guarantee a perfect fitting, modish
Spirella Conet.
An appointment with
me place* no obligation
on fou���ia arranged lo
your convenience.
Pott card or phona
caV will bring ma.
'Phone 981
K**d th* Snfnlh nd.ertl������nto In Uflbf1 Horn*
Jourrml, D*liiM��lor, U'ligwr. N#W Idea ud V <>*u��.
GIRL EMBARKS
ON WORLD TOUR
Frisco Lassie Says She Has to Settle
Bet  Between Jack  London and
Another.
London, Feb. 18���Mlss Hlllier Gilbert, a San Francisco girl, who says
she ia making a leisurely tour of the
world, earning her own living meanwhile, on a $10,000 bet between Jack
London, the author, and Will Walling,
the millionaire Socialist, Is appearing
as a nun in Rheinhardt's spectacular
sacred drama, "The Miracle." The
show is now at the Olympia.
"Just as soon as I get enough money
ahead," she said today, "I'm goin1; to
move on to South Africa. That 13 why
1 am in the The Miracle.' I live on
what I earn as an actress and save
what I make writing stories. From
South Africa, where I intend giving
drawing room entertainments, 1 will
go to Australia, India, Japan, and then
back to Snn Francisco.
"In order to prove that a girl can
earn her own living without influence I
in a strange land, I am willing to do
anything honrable. I'll eveu sell
matches or papers in the street, if
necessary."
Miss Gilbert is pretty. Also, she Is
vivacious���when not palylng her role
as a nun���and she as a line heai of
hair���red hair���which haa secured hei'
the nickname, "Flames."
"IT DOESN'T
���33 leave your dealer
a big profit,...
But It does leave a lasting favorable
Impression upon ths palates of all giving
If a trial.
CEYLON TEA.
MALCD LIAD PACKETO ONLV.
NEVER 80LB IN BULK,
Is really a more heartless doctrine to  der-hearted man whose strong sense
preach than even an exaggerated pe^- of duty prompted him to write as he
simlsm���the latter leaves one at least   	
on the safe side. There ls too much
sentiment in most fiction. It is necessary for somebody to write a little
mercilessly���although, of course, it's
painful to have to do it."
Love Is Tragic.
;Mr. Deal was very happy in his
questions, and he Interprets the answer in a generous manner, Beeming
to think that Hardy is innately a ten-
I did, though the work was really distasteful. "Love is tragic," Hardy eald
to him, "but it is very beautiful." And
it must be said that ho has shown lt
to be both in a manner not equaled,
perhaps, ln our time. It may be that
this man was needed ln our llte'.'ature,
and if wo regard fiction as having a
eerlous purpose, his criticism about
the excess of sentiment muBt be acknowledged to be true.
THOMAS   HARDY, NOVELIST.
CORPORATION    OF    BURNABY.
Works Department. Tenders for Tools
and  Supplies.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the supply of Tools and other supplies
tor the Works Department during the
��urrent year.
Specification and tender forms qnd
other particulars can be had on application to the Muuicipal Engineer.
Tenders to be dciivered to thc uader
signed on or before 12 noon .Monday,
JFeb. 19.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Comptroller,
Municipal Hall. Edmonds P. O., Feo.
9, l'tl2.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence of the rapidly In-
���creasing volume of business, it is ordered by the council that In future no
applications, will be considered by the
Hoard of Works unless such applications are received seven daya befora
tlie date of meeting on February the
19th inst., and on every alternate Monday thereafter.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk.
Kdmonds, 13. C, Feb. 12, 1912.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Works Department. Tenders for Road
Plant.
Thc Corporation invite Tenders for
the supply of the following:
iSe\en dump wagons (two-yard capacity).
Si ���: dump carts.
Four wagon gears (Hamilton).
Two road graders (large size).
Five wheel scrapers.
Eighteen slip scrapers (large Blze),
with runners.
f%?M No. 1 Oliver Chilled ploughs.
Four Pick Ploughs.
Further particulars to be had on
personal application to the Municipal
.Engineer.
'Tenders for the supply of uny or all
the above, F. O. B. at Kdmonds Station, B. C. K. R. to be delivered to the
to hold garbage and ashes.
2. Garbage and ash cans should be
of sufficient size to hold not less than
15 gallons, nor more than 30 gallons
and must be circular. Cans muBt be
placed in a position on the ground
lloor of the premises, easily accessible to the collector, and when filthy,
leaking or in any way defective, must
be repaired or renewed.
3. Put into garbage cans all animal and vegetable refuse from the
kitchen, rags, ��waste paper, old shoeu,
rubbers, floor sweepings and all miscellaneous refuse that can be hauled
away.
4. To have a clean can at all times,
and this department suggests that all
garbage be drained, before putting in
can. It will then neither smell badly
in hot weather, or freeze in cold
weather.
5. Send all orders for service and
report all complaints to the Healtn
Inspector, Phone 70, City Hall.
li. Every person having scavenging
work done by tho city, shall pay to
the city the following fees and
charges, that is to say:
For hauling refuse, per cart load,
$1.25.
Packing out, per load, 50c.
Picking up dogs and cats, SOc.
Taking away horses, $5.00.
Taking away colts, 1 year and under, $2.
Taking away  cows,  $5.00.
Taking away calves, 1 year and under $2.
Taking away pigs, 75c.
Taking away goats, 75c.
Taking away sheep, 75c.
'I aking away tish, offal, 76c for one-
half load or loss, and over to $1.26.
Taking away slaughter hon-,. offal,
75c for one-half load or less, ami over
to $1.26.
Emptying dry earth closets   Sl 00
MISCELLANEOUS   SERVICE.
One loa.l ashes or rubbish, per load
$2.60.
Less than load, ashes, $1.00.
One load of cow manure, $2.00.
Pick up orders, i>er cau Tor garbage
-'a1.    Each additional can 10c.
All of the i.liove prices are governed
by Section 2 of these rules. Ashes.
papers and rubbish must be placed a:
the back entrance or curb where
accessible, otherwise  an  add!
Newspaperman Succeeds in InUr^isw-
ing Silent One.
An enterprising newspaperman h.u
succeeded in interviewing Thomas.
Hardy, and not only iu interviewing
him, but In extracting from him uu
answer to a question that mu.it have
puzzled most of hia admirera, namely,
why he chooses to write BUCa sau
stories, and to present life as one
long tragedy. Mr. Hardy is not easy
to interview, ln fact, he appears to
be very much the sort of man that
has studied his books would suppose
him to be. The interviewer says that
Hardy has a few personal friends. He
is on a free and easy basis with no
body, apparently, and if lie has a family it is-kept in the background. Not
much more sunshine falls on Hardy
himself than falls ou his books. He is
a recluse, and seems to be Indifferent
to the opinion people may enie;tain o.
him, whether they are his neignbors
or his critics. What he has written he
is satisfied with, satisiU d at least thai
he has succeeded in conveying hia
ideas. He is without vanity aad believes that the writing of his boo:ta
| was a duty, and tbat he deserves no
more credit Ior producing liis masterpieces than any other man Jotervtw
tor doing wbat he feels he ougbt to
do    .
A  Modest  Home.
Hardy lives at Max Gate, a modest
little house he built on the outskirts
of Dorchester, which    is one    of the
quietest towns in England.   Tha plac .
Is beautiful with trees and shruboerv'
but the house, though small, is finely
tiirnlshed.      Two servants  are kept
Hardy does no entertaining.   He does
not admit that he has any position to
keep up.    His clothes are old-fashioned, and almost shabby.   Yet it Ib said
that he is the wealthiest of well-Knowu
writers, as he is certainly the humblest
in appearance.   His admiiers will rejoice that his books brought him a satisfactory financial return, though they
will believe that if he had only $1000
a year   he would    be   satisfied, and
would    bow   before  those  who    had
greater means.    He ls well known in
Dorchester,  but   the  general   opinion
is   one of astonishment that   people
should  travel for hunareds of miles,
1,i'Ui"1   ne^ir,:-   of   Ti. Icrf.   ^^.^^ ^ ��WJ CM��,
110 merei)  look at the house he lives
Jl
Mrs. L. McLeod
Office Hours 1 to 6 p.m.
625  Columbia  St.,  New  Westminster.
LAND   REGISTRY    ACT.
Re the North Easterly half of Lot
2, Hlock 13, in the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlfl
cato of title number 1132F, issued in
the name of the Westminster Masonic Temple Company, Ltd., has'been
tiled at this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless In the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
Land Registry   Office, New   Westmln
ater, B. C, Jan. 27. 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 43, 4i>, 47, 48, 57, 58 and 61,
1 62, fill, 64, 66 of lots 8 and 11   Suburban  Block  18,  in   the  City   of   New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the Iobs of Certificate of Title Number 1466F, Issued in
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
been tiled In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the t'ity of New Westminster, Itsua a
duplicate of tho said Certificate, unless Iti the meantime valid objection
bo male 10 rae in writing.
W.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office.  New  Westminster, H. ('. Feb. lfi, lini>.
undersigned, on   or   before   12   no >n
Monday,  the 2Gth  day   of   February,   tional charge will be added 7or time
"1812. required   in   carrying   and   handling
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,     same.
Comptroller. I    Scavengers will  make daily round��
Municipal  Hall,  Edmonds,  it. C.  Feb-   through   the   most,   thickly   populated
rnary, 16, 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY
J. C. REID
LAND   REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles   Examined,   Land Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
parts of the city, namely, commencing at the tool of Tenth street and ex-
tending to Royal avenue, ihence east
as far as Leopold Place, taking ln
Front street, Columbia street, Agnes
Btreet, Carnarvon street, Royal avenue; am] (,n Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays of each week to every
occupant of any premises within thc
city limits.
S. J, PEARCE,
Health Inspector.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 8th and Columbia
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
in, or perhapa send In a "Hardy boox"
tor him to Bigs,
A Sma'l, Timid Looking Man.
It Is a fact that he does sign the
books when they are sent ln, and that
when an admirer calls, he rarely refuses to ^nini a few minutes' conversation. On these occasions wo can
well iinaplne the Ill-chosen compliments on the one hand, the sardonic
patience on the other, and the ��nd of
the interview aa a relief to both. Mr.
Henry Deal wrot�� to Hardy saying
thut he was cycling through Doiset
and would be pleased for a tow minutes' chat with the author. He received a card in return whlcn announced that he would be welcome at
a certain hour on a certain djy, anu
when that day and that hour arrived
he wus shown into the great mun u
presence. "A small, timid looking
man, very pale, and with an embarrassing look that might have been irritation on his seared face," is the personal description Mr. Deal gives. "I
am very pleased to see you.' he said,
nervously, offering his hand. "Won't
you sit down?" The visitor sat, but
Hardy remained standing t'biutiahout
the interview.   �����
Hardy's View on  Life.
The painful pause was broken by
the caller asking Wm _*hy he was bo
pessimistic a writer, wiiy he wrote at
once the most beautiful and the most
dreadful stories, why he dlJ not show
rar more often than he had dene, a
picture of requited love, or of re,u tei
love that was not victimized at once
by some pitiless act of fate.
"Vou are a young man," he said.
"The cruelty of fate bee imea appar ni
to people as they grow older. At flrst.
one may perhaps escape contact witb
lt, but if one lives long enough one
realizes that happiness ls very ephemeral."
"But ls not optimism a useful und
sano philosophy?" he was asked.
"There's too much shan) optimism,
biimbi'gging and evfn crul optimism,"
Mr. Hardy retorted.   "Sham optimism
GOLD  DUST will
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make them wholesome and sanitary
MHaam��H^-sfi^��5*��^,'^,Aa^'*3!':
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the.surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without vour assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro
portions to cleanse ^^
easily, vigorously, ^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
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Made  by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
The Golden Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company.
ThU sign on t ou ot Evapore.ed Cream sUiias for purity and quality.
There is no other cream just like St. diaries Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality =nd the grratckt purity, the finest flavor and
the greatest power of nutrition. For infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers ami imalirl.- It is a necessity. For the strong and wall it
is a luxury. It is equal to the bent of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many purposes it is infinitely supsrior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take tto cMattcti.
Htutisrat booklet ol nimble mlofnurian to mothm *ni nmes acnt ft at ***** applicMtoo.
Sold hy *3e*rC Grocers  M>V*try*��htr9 '
6T. CHARLES CONDCN6ING COMPANY     <<      ������     ima-raaH. OM.
S. S. "Prince Rupert"
3500 Tons;   7000   horse    power.
From Johnson's Wharf.
At     12     Midnight��� Mondays
North;  Saturdays South.
Through Tickets to Eastern Destinations via Chicago
of Routes.
TICKETS TO AND  FROM   EUROPE���ALL LINES.
City Offices 527 Granville Street.
Telephones:    Passenger Seymour 7100, Fright Seymour 3060,
Express 8eymour 7988. Vancouver,
EVERY MONDAY FOR
PRINCE RUPERT
Connecting with S.S. "Prince John"
for Port Simpson; Port Nelson,
Stewart, Massett, Skidegate, I'acoli,
Lockport, Jedwuy, etc., also for
points on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway.
EVERY SATURDAY for
VICTORIA and SEATTLE
Your cholco
B. C.
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OYSTERS
CHICKENS
 ___=   GOTO
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BEEF
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY  19, 1912.
1 j-'T
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
1
THE    LIGHT   BRIGADE.
Cornet   Eayne�� In   National   Soldiers'
Home   la 8urvlvor.
Survivors oi the famous Charge ot
the Light Brigade were few, indeed,
An hour after their historic exploit,
and after a lapse of 58 year3 there are
Sot, probably, a dozen living. Of the
survivors at the'present time none Is
better qualified-to tell of that charge
than the age.l man who rode "Into the
Jaws of death," Cornet Baynes, for
Cornet Baynes is an educated man,
and hn3 not only the faculty of quick
observation, but the gift of dramatic
narrative. At present the veteran is
ln tho National Soldiers' Home at
Washington, for he has served under
the Stars nnd StripeB as well as under
the Union Jack, and can tell an interesting story about Indian flghting days
on the American frontier. It is the
story of the Light Brignde, however,
that he loves best to dwell on, for he
says lt lo the most vivid recollection
ot his life, and that hardly a detail
has become blurred by the passage of
time.
"The Valley of Death."
Comet Baynes speaks of tho siege
Of Sevastopol, a fortress supposed to
be as strong as Gibraltar, defended by
25,000 trained men supplied food and
sir munition for an indefinite period.
Because the British cavalry was of no
use in the assault upon Sebastopol, it
was eent to the hills above the straggling Village of Bnlaklava,' then merely a name on the Crimean map, and
unknown a hundred miles away. Here
there ware British fortifications, and
continual skirmishing was goin:; on.
'llie nussians had somewhat the advantage, and had taken a num;>er of
positions. The famous engagement
took place on Oct. 25 in a small valley,
oue ead of which ran bacn to the Villa; .��� of Balaklava, and was in possession cf the British. The other end and
Be t.vo t^des were occupied by Russian batteries. On either side the batteries were protected by hilly ground,
but ln front they were ln the open. It
was down this valley and upon the
main batteries that the brigade made
its charge.
The   Death   of   Nolan.
Cornet Baynes, .who was a member
of ilie Fourth Light Dragoons, tho
"Queen's Own," as it was calle.I, kne.v
Capt;.in Nolan, aide-de-camp to the
ctiricander, and as he stood by hiB
horsre In the ranks he saw Nolan gallop at full speed in the direction of
tho Light Brigade. He saw him Kluta
Lord tardlpan and speak to him. Baynes was near enough to detect some
astonishment in Cardigan's face, and
tho <omnian:!er said something to
whirh Nobn answered wnat appeared to him to be an indolent manner.
'men Lord Cardigan tuir.e.l and ga.o
an order to the bugler. The signal to
in mnt vas so.inded, and the m?n leaped to their saddles. Then cam-j the
order to driw saferef and charge. Cardigan rode at tho head of the brigade,
ai..1 .\(.!an a< compan.td ino c.iu...,�� i*>.
a ihort distance. Then, waving his
sword shore his head, he left thc foi-
ifeatlon, an.1 started to croos ahead of
the tiooiis. "No cue ever kne.v what
tie lemon at tLlB mad act was." bu.,..
Baylies, "nut before he Had ^ot t..o-
thirda of ibe -\suy acious tin apl'u'ai-
of a. shell irom a Kuisslin ;,u:i to.nro.v-
ed l's ��a; iiu.i his ure iti, tt tiling i* ta
liystantly. His n-'bi�� horsa, feoliiu: tin
ch n.^e which had come over his waste., tv healed and toro him back to tue
British rescr\c3. Nolan fallin, from
liis r-ad.lle jutl bcloie ioac!i..ig hU
own iines."
To the Bitter End.
Ac orJing  to  Cornet   llaynes,  Lord
Cardigan seemed to think thnt it had
been the cbjeot of Nolan to   deprive
lUin of bis command, and be resolved
to carry  the Light  Brigade the   full
length of the valley to   the   furthest
guns of the Russian battery.   As they
adtnnccd, the   troopors   came within
ran. t   of the  flanking  Russian  guns,
and  they  began to tear tbrough the
ranks.   The pace was Quickened, and
soon tho herbes of the Light Brigade
weie rushing down the valley as fast
as their galloping horses would carry
them.    They soon came within range
of the batteries at the far end of the
valley,and  for the last balf mile of
the rbnrite were subject to a fire on
three sides.   As fast as men fell the
ran  h were closed up, and the little
force that finally burst upon the astonished Russian gunners was as compact
almost as when lt had set out upon Its
ride of death.   When thev "<* among
the Russian gunners the latter were
endeavoring frantically to hitch their
horses to their guns, and tbs sarvlvor.,
of tao Light Brigade cut th.ou^ii tliem,
rL...bu, cut through uue>ui again, and
reiurneu as tuey nad ctuue.
Without a Wound.
Every man, says Laynes was supporting a uea.i or ���..o.hhk-u comrade a>
in��/ went oock. l'or himself, he le-
ceived no wound, nor has he a scar to
ujottr lor nearly iu years oi service in
(iiuerent parts of the world, .titer
purchasing bis discharge from the British army baynes saw sjoulng strvice
ln New Zealand, ile came to Canada,
an.l fiom here went to the United
States, where he fought througa a
coupie cf Indian campaigns, hi., narrative of Balaklava thiows no new
liylit on that famous charge, nor can
anyone else now living explain the
mystery ot the order communicated by
Nolan. Vet his story, plain and unvarnished though it Is, cannot fall to
hate an interest to Biitish subjects,
who must thrill every time the word
"Balaklava" Is uttered.
Mary, an older sister, had spent the
morning shopping In town. Among
her purchases was a square of dark
velvet which she intended to use as a
background for a beautiful little
statue of .Venus de Mllo, which had
recently  been  presented  to her.
Just as she had temporarily fastened the velvet on the wall back of the
Venus, her small brother Bot'uy, aged
five, walked into her room.
"Well, Bobby," said Mary, "how do
you like my Venus de Mllo? Would
you leave the velvet there?"
Bobby looked thoughtful for a mb-
nent or so and then replied, "No.
Mary, I wouldn't. I'd ta' * it flown and
w'aj it awound her!"���Lippincott's.
A Clever Diamond Thief.
Before the amalgamation of the
Kimberley mines in South Africa,
diamond stealing was an exciting and
a profitable industry, and not infrequently a dark tragedy. Natives were
the thieves and white men the receivers, and both acquired amazing
adroitness in evading justice. Here
is a typical instance:
A native ai the Kimberley mine
found a fine stone. He was wearing
a battered slouch hat of the Alpine
type, with n pronounced cleft formed
by the two sides o! the crown. With
a piece of lat he stuck the stone to
the outside of the crown. On leaving
the mine after hi? day's work the boy
submitted himself to the usual search,
first throwing his hat.on the ground.
The ordeal wes successfully passed.
The boy replace liis hat and carried
to his quarters a stone that eventually changed hands ior $4,500. The Kaffir received only $60 for the risk he
ran in stealing the diamond.
THE UNIONIST CHIEF.
',.
,
The Moon and the Clouds.
The popular impression that the full
moon   hns   the  power  to  clear  away
clouds dies hard notwithstanding the
almost  unanimous  pronouncement of
modern scientific investigators against
it     This  may be largely due to the
fact that so great an authority in his
day ns Sir John Herschel regarded tlie
idea as probably correct.    Mr. W. Ellin,   klter   a   study   ot   the   Greenwich
observation*,    suggests   that   the    lm-
predion  may be due to ttie tact thnt
n change from the cloudy to the clear
stale  is  much  more  likely  to  nltract
���ttention  when there  is a full  moon
in the  sky. and many meteorologists
agree with him.
Don't Write Scotland, N.B.
Mr. Munro asked the Postmaster-
General in the British House of Commons recently whether he was awnre
that many persons in addressing correspondence to Scotland add the letters "N..B"; whether this was the official designation of the country; and
whether the use of these letters was
desired   by  the postofflce.
Mr. Samuel replied that nowadays,
"N.B." was appropriated in the case
of New Brunswick, and the postofflce
would prefer that the letters should
not be used on letters addressed to
Scotland.
Isaac Watts.
Isaac Watts, the hymn writer, made
a proposal ot marriage to a lady
whom he met frequently at the home
of his frined Ken. The lady made a
courteous refusal, saying that "while
she admired the jewel she feared she
did not sufficiently admire the casket
that contained it." Isaac Watts wm
npt of imposing frame, being only live
feet in height.
Sketch of tha Characteristics of Mr.
r Bonar  Law.
Randal Charlton iu The London
Daily Graphic has this to say oLjhe
Canadian who succeeds Hon. AT .1.
Balfour as leader of the Unionist
party in Kngland:
Mr. Bonar Law is the man of facta
and figures. He thinks in statistics;
his mind is a perfect storehouse of
classified information. He is a person of very sober substance; he understands the application of logical
principles to discursive reasoning. He
is one of the ablest, if not the very
ablest, of tariff reform advocates now
before the country, and Incidentally j
he is one of the chief hopes of Tory j
Democracy.
If the outward semblance of a man !
may be accepted as any sign of his
intellectual  condition  it would  seem j
that Mr. Bonar Law's load of knowl- i
edge weighs upon him a little heav- i
lly.    The   furrowed   brow,   thc   stern
month with its heavy moustache, the j
rather   tired,   at  times  openly   con- i
temptuous  eyes,  the general  expres-1
sion of  inexpressive  fixity,  tend  to '
give the man a certain appearance ot j
dourness.    One imagines  him  to  be ,
impatient of florid arguments, of (iii- I
gree   emotions, of operatic   oratory, j
and if this is so he must have been
sadly soured by the tactics, em ployed
by certain of his opponents in their
efforts to destroy the impression created by  his carefully tabulated and
precisely defined presentations of the
case for fiscal reform.   He has plenty
of force, s hard force, a grinding force,
that demolishes trumpefy arguments
and specious pretentions with a fierce
and even bitter irony.   He is very resentful of cheap catch phrases which
are set into circulation for party purposes.   He is pre-eminently a thinking man, and his one desire is to make
his  audiences  think;  to secure  their
support for his proposals by stimulating their mental outlook. He will have
no truck  with the emotional aspects
of a case, with highly-colored phrases,
with fiery incitements to class hatred
or passion. He will never compromise,
never affect a character for the purposes of the moment.
Frankly scornful of all such design",
he is never fearful nf ruffling an audience's temper in just the same way
as he was never fearful nt ruffling the
temper of a bilge radical majority
which dominated the House t*t Commons in the late Parliament. He will |
a'ways sneak whst is in his mind in
coldly clear. d"liberate outspokenness. He has all the srmory nf solid I
logic at his command, and has no i
need to fear an inability to give his I
views complete aud satisfactory ex- j
pression.
His effect ujtnn an audience is very
curious. Unless the meeting is at, the
mercy of organized rowdyism he will
always command a hearing, ami t'"n-
"rally a quiet hearing, r.n matt-T wh".t
may he the shad" of po.itical opinion
owned by the majority of his hearers.
Thsy listen rath*r than cheer, they
are intent on following the several
'���harnels of argument. He insls's thit
'vis liear?rs shall t'link, and soihp 'if
���hem front Ioosm liub.lo qf,;iioijgllt. a;i4
nn Intimnt*  tic����UAint.fcttc�� with otb\<>-* 4 ..
1 who**   chiet   ��Kt. i>   ��n   exresAlatin \,
\ talent   tor   vezue   KT.cruUint'.ona   nnd y
Iwinclv   rtietorlc.  flt��l   tne   process.   ju't \
��.'   difficult   ns  novel.     But   he   is   al-
tvavs quick t<> perceive when a point
hi'.s not heen properly assimilated, and
h" will pause' end force it home with
ill   the   strength   ot   graphic   illustration.
j> ;5 pssont'-.'ly a man of btisiftesa.
a man of affai->. a man of commercial
propositions, At ' his very contemptuous   disregard   for   all   Jtie   arts   and
crafts of popular posturing and spmiK-
led  speech,  h!|�� reserve, his  reticent,
his  admirably govern-d   and   strictly.J
disciplined  mental   forces .are  all   at
tributes   that   tend   to   establish   him
a�� a tower of strength in our modern
politics.    He is one of the great gun*
in   the  Unionist  artillery;   he  carries
the heaviest ammunition and h�� never
hesitates  to discharge  his  shells into
tii at place of battle where the enemy j
are   most   deeply   ent#e��iehed.   most I
strongly flanked, most sturdily disposed.   He is, a man of iron in political
controversy,   a   man   of   tlie   lrgh".*t
mental gifts, of the deepest and most
per.'ectly assimilated knowledge.
so much better than ordinary physios. While thoroughly effective, Ihey never
gripe, purge or cause nausea, and never lose their effectiveness. One of the
best of the NA-DRU-CO line.
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wtil mail them. 23
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INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station for
Yancouver at 5:00, 5:45 and
6:45 a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leave
for Vancouver at fi:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:20, 0:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
Kew Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch���Can leave
B .C. E. R. Co. station for Vancouver at 5:45, 6:45 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and latoca:-
at 11:30 p. nt.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
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. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. aud hourly thereafter
until 11:00 n.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at S:U0 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch.��� Cars
leave R. C. B, R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
at, 9:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:05 p.m.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
A feeling of Sadness accompanies 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
look old. We all know the advantages
of being young. Aside from the good
impression a youthful appearance makes-
on others, simply knowing that you aro
"looking fit" gives ono courage to
undertake and accomplish things. So
why suffer the handicap of looking old
on account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' timet
Most people know that common garden sage acts as a color restorer and
scalp tonic as well. Our grandmothers
used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
hair dark, soft and luxuriant. In
Wyeth's"Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Snge,
combined with Sulphur and oth-r valuable remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair that i3 split at tha
ends or constantly coming out. A few-
applications of this valuable remedy-
will bring back tlie color, and in a short
time it will remove every trace of dandruff nnd greatly improve tho growth,
and appearance of tho hair.
Get_ a fifty cent bottle from your-
druggist today, nnd notice the difference
in your hair after n few days' treatment All druggista sell it, under guarantee that the money wiil be refunded if.
the remedy is not exactly a3 represented.
PORT MANN
Auction Sale of Lots
Under Instructions from the Surrey
Municipal Council I will offer for sale
at Public Auction on
Tuesday, February 27
at 1:30 p.m., at the Clarington Hotet,
South Westminster, 29 lots in resub-
division of Lot 23. of subdivision of
Section 10, B. 5 N., R. 2 W.
The lots will be offered for sale
singly, and have aa Indefeasible
Title.
Terms of sale, cash.
E. M. CARNCROSS,
C. M. C
annfaeturers*
ror One Month
20 to m% Mmi Off Regular Prices
BARNUM, THE HYPNOTIST AT THE OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT.
Bad Year For Cupid?
Is 1911 an unlucky year for lover����
Tbe query is suggested by th��* unu-unl
number of sociely engagement* hrok-n
during this year. In the (lr*! thrf-
weeks of January five shalttred ro-
msnoes were recorded in thp soci-il
column*. Aftpr that the epidemic
waned until September, when it "recrudesced" with increased virulence
There were no fewer than eight ol
those   sinister   announcement?    that
Vthe murriage between   and 	
will not take place." and people Bre
asking each other what it means.
Of course the matches declared
"off" concern fnmilies of some social
distinction, who do not usually mix
themselves up in breach of promise
ca*es, so that the reasons for so much
blighting of young lives will never be
generally  known.
A Good Lawyer. ��
It is said that Miss Chrislabp!
Pankhurst took up 'the cause of woman suffrage in England because she
was not allowed to practice law. al
though she had passed successfully
all the examinations. She has proved
no successful as a leader in the suffrage movement that she would uo
doube make ah excellent lawyer.
Miner and Mayor.
Ths new Mayor of Mansfield. Rng.,
will   be   Councillor  Thomas   Hall,   a
miner, who has been lor some year*
a member of the municipality:   He is i
a Liberal and a strong trade unionist,
and  a  few  vears ago was  elected   a j
justice of the pence.   The mayor-elect j
is employed ��s a check-weigher ut the j
Pleusley Colliery.
Men's Women.
Ellen Terry says in her lecture on \
Shakespeare's women that when man I
writers draw a good woman tliey draw j
a  sillv  one,   Helena in "All's  Well
Thai End* Well." and Julia in "Two
Gentlemen of Verona" she characterises as doormat women.   Miss Terry
considers Imogen the loveliest ol the
characters of Shakespeare.
. ��� .  .   -, :..: ��������������� c-
We'are ve/y much pleased Indeed to say that wc we are now
jermanently " located ln Westminster. We have a very heavy
stock of Pianos; more in fact than we have room for, and to
clear them all out in a hurry we have decided to almost give
away. No reasonable offer refused. We claim to-have the most
beautiful, best selected stock of planoa ever seen. A visit of in-
lnspection will prove to you that what we say is absolutely cor-
rest.    Every Piano is marked ln plain figures.
Prices range from $275 up.
Player Pianos from $550 up.
And )ust -think of Twenty to Thirty per cent discount. PIANO
CERTIFICATES IS8UED and ALL PIANO CERTIFICATES HONORED, no matter by whom issued, same to apply at full face
value on the purchase price of any new Piano or Player Piano ln
our   store.   Special   full scale, beautiful little Piano made ln New *
York was rented a few monts, Is as good as new. It's yours
for J185; and another, -e little better grade, was $500, wlll be
sold for ?360. '
WE ALSO HAVE A LOT OP USED ORQAN8 AT LOW PRICES.
Office and Stores for the present, Travers' Real Ef tate Office,
4& Columbia street, New Westminster.
Piano House
Sp. H. Ross, Manager
���*������
*L* PAOK.frOUR
The Daily News
^^^^ if Newt Publish-
Ooaspany, Limited, at their offlces,
mr   ot   McKenile   and   Victoria
Streets.
Leckle Brown Manager
MONDAY,  FEBRUARY  19,  1912.
T��E    WESTERN   TIE-UP.
Tbe very general nature of the car
'��onsestlon In We*west and the consequent failure of lhe grain-growers to
��hlp out their products are indicated
t��y the despatches published from day
Ao day   in  western  papers,  says   the
Toronto OJObe. .The Regina Leader in
�������� series of  statements   from   wheat-
xblpplng points in Saskatchewan tells
���ot lack of ready money and tbe refusal of credit -by merchants to peoplo
���who have plenty of wheat but no bank
���acount. A Carnduff man on January
-38 said that only three cars had been
allotted to Carnduff since a couple
��>( days before^'Cfcrtstmas.   There are
43 orders for cars" still unsatisfied. He
���continues in this strain: ^^	
"You would tlMnk that a town with j {0 such deBtitcrtion'Uiat they are com
���mix. elevators, situated   just   west  of j pelled to abandon those countries.   It
Manitoba on a line running   straight ]is working havoc ln the great orchards
'of Brazil, Hawaii, parts of Australia,
WOULD RUIN THE
FRUIT INDUSTRY
Mediterranean Fly Which Has Devastated Hawaii Would Bring Disaster to  This   Province.
The following account of "one of the
worst fruit peats ln the world," as the
Minister of Agriculture for Britisn
ColSmbia lately termed it, is quoted in
extenso from the San Francisco Chronicle in vie* of the fact large quantities of fruit are imported into this
province from the westward, and only
last week, forty boxes of Infected
pineapples from Hawaii were condemned at'Vancouver by the provincial fruit inspector, Mr. Thomas Cunningham, who states that one of the
assistants in his laboratory has spent
seven years in flghting this same
dread pest in Australia. He adds that
the strictest watch is being kept on
shipments of fruit to this port and to
Vancouver. It is possible to detect
the presence of tho disease by squeezing the fruit which forces the larva or
eggs out through the original hole of
entry," The San Fransico Chronicle
says:
"California faces a new yellow peril.
"It le the Mediterranean fruit fly,
known ln entomology as Ceratitls Cap-
itata, a small, ocbreoua-hued insect. It
has devastated St. Helena and the Isle
of Malta, and brought the inhabitants
���to   Winnipeg,  shouldn't   have   much
trouble ln getting its 'eggs to market,'
��� even if most of, ihe 'eggs' are 'In one
.basket.'   But hei* we are hard-up in
��� Che face of ail that should spell prosperity.   I'm not one of these fire-eat-
the South Sea Islands, India, South
Africa and the countries alon,, the
Mediterranean Sea.
Wherever it goes it wreaks havoc
wholesale, few fruits withstanding ita
onslaughts, and it holds science and
all   man-made    methods  of  relief  at
ina: agitators, but 1 think this country  bay.   Scientists say it is the deadiiest
vag agitators, ��� ���rnnomic con.  enemy  to   the   truit   world   that   has
���Mil be simply forced by economic con j ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ au(J n��>(V
diOons within the very near future to  R (g threat���ning an invasion of Call-
reverse its decision on the reciprocity | fornlai three-iourths of whose Indus-1
issue    If the 'wall' had been removed j try today is based on her fruit produc-
j��*t fall all this blockade an* its at-, tion ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
it  that the    last  legislature  of  this
state,   following  its  adjournment for
tendant hardships would have been
avoided, and we fanners���who work
hard for all" we get���would be a lot
the    Christmas    holidays,    convened
tetter off' t'm making the best of a : again in special session and in forty
newer ou.    ��w t> flve minutes   enacted a law placing a
bad job at present., for I believe tnai i r,gorouB quarantin��� on all Hawaiian-
an early removal (of the tariff on wheat j grown fruits and ^e law, receiving
Is Inevitable."     ! ! the  governor's  signature  immeJiaely
At Oxbow ^merchant said business j instantly went into effect.
was not nearly eb lively as it should
be arter a heavy crop.   Very few   of
the farmers   had   ready   money, and
many of his debtors had a lot of wheat I fornla was so great a year ago   that
on hand.   At .Halbrite the mayor said j the Board of Commissioners of Agri-
the town and ,district   had   suffered
 |
The pest already has permeated Ha-1
waii, so that very little of that coun- j
try's fruit, either cultivated or wild, |
ls   immune, and the danger to Call- ���
from the shortage of cars, and the effect would be felt for a long time. The
merchants there, it was stated by The
leader eorroopo'ndent, were still giv-
.uag credit to a few of their best cus-
toners, but.   money -wn*
culture and Forestry at Honolulu offl-
dally notified the California State, of- j
flcials. Millions of dollars' wortii of
orchard property on the islands has |
been ruined, and not a single piece of |
Hawaiian fruit, unless it be hermeti- '*
j cally sealed    and kept so, cap   enter t
.California, unless tt Is smuggled In.        \
very  ��jstcb,\ May  Ruin  Fruit Crops. I
^^^^���^^^^^^^K''   ��� ,~���,  h-i.y \     Incredible    as it    may seem, all   ot \
.*���� b^tnes* wo* tw trom brM*. y ^ jjj^j ^^ lnduBlry   ^,Wch haB
Alt few*   must begin   to   enect  tne   b^n    e.tlmated annuany  to be fully \
.tBaaatajcturer*   and   tbe   factory  em- j |i4o,00O,0OO,  may    be   totally    ruined |
-ptayeea, and the wholesale merchants  through the carelessness of one trav- 1
of Ontario;-a* well as the retail deal- eler, who, returning   from   Honolulu, !
a i^m'..-!.    ���.���� -x-hr. handle  smuggles one bit of Hawaiian fiuit ln-
<ers and jobhers In   west *ho hand e   ^ ^ ^^    ^ ^ ^ statt.menl of!
their products.   They see more clearly  0lIlclal8 of the California State Com- j
now that the prosperity of the east is   mission    of Horticulture    who   have |
in a very real sense dependent on the  charge of the quarantine.
jiroaperity of tho west. There are
many men who still believe theoretically in the east and west haul who
sue exceedingly fclad that Mr. Foster
felt constrained to arrange for the
-���carrying of a portion of last year's
'crop to Minneapolis and the lake ports
���of tho United States to relieve the
���congestion. 34iey begin to discover
that when the farmers of the west
clamored for freedom to sell their
grain in the best possible market,
whether that market was Winnipeg or
Minneapolis, they were not 'theorist,"
but business men confronted by actual transportation and marketing problems.
The result of the pinch has been to
make the west a unit In favor of free-
Once established the pest seems to j
have  proved  permanent  wherever  it j
has appeared.      Poisonous sprays on
the trees and all other methods   of
pest extermination have failed to kill
it or check its spread.   Parasitic ene
mles of the ily have proved only partially successful, and   the   only sure
death   so far discovered is flre   and j
steam.
"Should it ever appear in this state
the orchard in which lt is found will
be quarantined and surrounded by mil- j
itia," declares O. E. Bremmer, chief ,
deputy quarantine offlier at han Francisco, "and then every tree will be
burned.
"If It, were not caught in time lt
would clean up California's entire
stone-fruit crop in two years' time.
The citrus fruit would withstand it a
very little longer, and then would follow the complete destruction of the
THE DAILY NEWS*
u in' i in ���        .     -r-wi
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
$200,000 Turnover in  One   Day
PROSPERITY
IS COMING!
BE PREPARED!
BUY CITY
TODAY!
On Thursday
city property
valued at
$200,000
changed
hands
This is only the
start of things.
This summer
will be a
hummer
.apple,   pear  and  grai*; crops,  killing
dom to  sell, und to    convince many , tll��� wlne and drie(J fn,u lndllglrie(. ..
manufacturers and traders in the east I "In St. Helena and Malta Its devaita
that the attempt to hobble and restrii.11 tlon was the moat complete ever ac-
. the west in selling its staple product j W"",i��d in ,lle fnilt w"rld-" ;^
wns bad politics and worse b
Tho lion ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
W. T. White would not find so fruit
. I serts Alfred Moslev, the wenltliv Eng-1
und worse ouKlnebs. i ������,, philanthropist and  ed neat Ion ex-I
Clifford Sifton and the lion. | ,���.,���!, Who   at pre:
. ful soil in the Ontario factory towns
todoy as they found lust September
tor their bj eeches against the sale of
Canadian wheat to the milleij and
dealers of Minneai oils. Their fancies
liave been put to the test of expel i-
ence, and a Tory Minister of Trude
and Commerce lias hastened to co all
"ihb ruuM to divert grain to the soutti-
���erty routes. Rarely have mou hi public life been Justified by events so completely and so speedily as Mr. 1 hiding
.and Mr. Paterson hiue been justified
in their endeavor to secure the removal of tho duty upon grain cn both
-sides of the international boundary.
ent is In California
seeking a colony location for the establishment of a colony of tfhe St II ������'-
ena people. They aie facing Imminent
danger of starvation, and Mosley proposes to transplant thorn ln this
state.
"Peck's wife walks all over hlm.
Ile'B what you might call a telescope
JiuBband."
"What do you mean?"
"She draws him out, sees through
him und shuts him up."���Boston
���Transcript.
Teacher���Correct.     Name   them.
osttfc?
Pupil���Five.
Teacher���Core-*.    N'ame them.
Pupil���'Temperate zone, intemperate
���.Tone, canal, horrid and o.���Life.
Tonight
THE   HYPNOTIST
KING OF FUN-MAKERS.
i'liy.sciuns   and  students  especially
Invited,
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c.    Phone 900 for
5'ats.
Keep your ear to the ground and hear the rumble of approaching prosperity. Keep your eyes open and See your friends making money ln
real estate.    Tour neighbor made a mint of money while YOU SAT STILL.
YOU HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE. Opportunity is persistent ln this Royal C ty. And I am going to show you how you can make good
in an investment in properev yfou KNOW.   Property you can see before you buy.
Compare these locations and prices with what is asked elsewhe:e. That's all I ask you to do. I know that if you do this you will buy and
make a handsome profit.
These Are The Snaps I Have Waiting For You
Swell Apartment House Site
Two fine lots, all cleared, 132 feet square, facing
on Royal avenue, Dufferin street and Alice street:
fronting on city carline. Price only $10,000, one-
quarter   cash, balance easy.
Right Close In
Large lot on Carnarvon street, all cleared, with
33-foot street at rear. Ready for building. Price
$0000;   balance to arrange.
Another Good One
Sixth avenue lot near Fourth street', cleared;
size 60x132 feet, $1650; one-fifth cash, balance over
three years.
This is Really Too Cheap
Lot on Fourth Street, bettyweu Fifth Avenue.- and
Sixth Avenue. ��lxo r>l i^xHRVi teet. Two bloc'.m to
car, excellent residential nit*. Pi-tee only $13r.O;
terms  one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
ki the West End
Lot on Nanaimo street, near Fourteenth street;
cleared and facing sofrth; size 66x132 feet; magnificent view and clos�� to cut-off. Price $1375;
terms   one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Here's a Big Lot
Hamilton etreet lot, near Sixth street; size 50x160
feot, partly cleared, h gh and dry. Price $1155;
terms,   one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 montha.
Business Property
Fine lot on Sixth Street, near Agnes; size 66x132.
lane at rear. Price $21,000; terms to arrange. Thia
is a dandy aite for a store.
Here are Some Snaps
in Houses
Five-roomed house on Seventh street, near Queen's
Avenue. A snap ut $2625; terms $500 cash, balance easy.
Eieht-roomed house on Third Street, between
Queen's and Third Avenue; cornering on lane, garage, etc. A snap at $4000; terms one-fourth cash,
balance  easy.
Seven-room house on Fourth Street, between
Third and Fourth avenue*: niod��"-n la"<-�� I'M! In
lawn, lane at roar. Price M00 ��� tr>. ms $i-200 csrb,
balance over four years, 7 rer c*r-\t.
New Nine-roomed house on ""ourth * venue near
Fighth Street-, lot 66x150, racing M>u'h: splendid
view, bath, two toilets, hot water heating, large
open fire-place, cement hasement. cement laundry
tubs, etc. Price $6500: terms easy, aa owner ia
leaving for the F.ast. First payment very reasonable.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
Phones 170-173
614 Columbia Street
New Westminste
GRAND   MASQUE   CARNIVAL
at the
Pythian Roller Rink, Feb. 23rd
Good Prizes Good Prizes
Admission 10c.       Skates 25c
e sprays
Lime and Sulphur      Quassia Chips
Whale Oil Soap, Ai senate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
���PHONE 57
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
Here Is Your Chance to Buy
LOTS RIGHT IN THE CITY
at Your Own Terms
The lots are all cleared and in grass; water, ll^ht and telephone
right there; the size Is 50x100, with lane; the terms are $.5.00 cash
and the balance $75.00 every six months
Let us give you further particulars about these lots as you do
not get the chanco to buy lots on auch easy terms every day.
McGILL & COON
Phone 1004.
������������i
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
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It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
E. H.  BUCKLIN, N. DKARIlSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.      Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
Walker Bros. & Wilkie
Rooms 5 and 6, B. C. Electric Railway Depot.
Phone 1103.
BAPPERTON���Eight roomed house on Columbia street for $3500;
$2000 cash, balance to arrange.
LANGLEY PRAIRIE���Close to B. C. E. station, within flfty minutes'
ride of city���FORTY ACRES; thirty reudy.for plow, six slashed,
four standing alder; fenced. $275 per acre; one-third ciioh, balance to arrange.
Exclusive Sales
& ���MONOAY,  FEBRUARY  19, 1912.
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THE DAILY NEWS. *
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.��U CHIOS FTVB
SPORTS
TUESDAVi HOCUEY
IS HIGHLY IMPURTAND
Westminster by Winning, Practically
Cinches the Championship���Vancouver Would Step Up.
Can the Westminster team beat Vancouver on Tuesday night at Vancouver? That is the big question in ice
hockey circles Just at present. If Jimmy Gardner's men can pull off this
game they will have established a
comfortable lead with six wins to their
credit, and four losses, against Victoria's equal break of five victories!
xind five defeats, and Vancouver's
four wins and six losses. Such a lead
would be a very useful one Just as
the teams are entering the home
stretch, and would make things look
pretty rosy for the Royal City. After
Tuesday evening Westminster will
have played ten matches out of a
scheduled fourteen, and Vancouver the
same number. Victoria will also have
played ten, but they have six more
games, as there axe sixteen games al;
together in the Capital C ty'a schedule"
In case of a tie at the end arrangements have been made for two moro
games for the other two teams, but
these two were dropped to make a trip
back east for the Stanley cup possible.
Thus lt can be seen, that muda depends on the result of Tuesday's
name. While a defeat would not put
the Westminster team out of the run-
CALIFORNIA  YQUTH
80LVE8  BIG  MYSTERY
Chlco, Cal., Feb. 18.���Charles Roberts, 17 years old, and a member of
the junior class of the Chlco high
school, has written an essay describing the Ideal woman���his ideal woman.   It reads:
"A woman ls a human being of the
finer aex, whose peculiar construction,
manners, customs and ways make her
a vastly important factor of mankind and Its progress.
"Woman's mission ln the world Is
to look, pretty, dress in outlandish
ways and torment man till be is happy.
"It is the nature of man to find
fault, and he is never satisfied until
he has found lt, so woman was sent
to help him out.
"Woman is ust as important as
man, at least la California. If she
wants to vote, man shoul.1 humor'her
by consenting. Even lf lt dees no
good, it will do no particular harm.
"Woman ls the most perfect nuisance In the world, but, after all, she
is a necessary evil and a pretty good
thing to have about the house."
NEW   B.  C.  PUBLICATION.
Authoritative Work of  Reference Being  Compiled  by  British  Publishing  House.
Mr. A. E. Howard, special representative of    the    London    Publishing
house of Messrs. Sells Ltd., is in the
city in connection with a publication
which this reputable firm is bringing
out and which will be of great value
: to British Columbia, if the announced
I plans of the compilers    are carried
ning at all, a win would give them a
kind of cinch on the championship
that would be nice to have at this
Juncture. On sudh a momentous occa- j
sion, accordingly, a big crowd is ex- j
pested to go over from here for the
game to aid the orange and blacks to
victory with their moral and,vocal support-        I	
The Senior Amateurs' executive
wlll hold Its weekly meeting on Wednesday evening ln  Mr. Ryall's office.
Cruelty to Herse.
Edmonds, Feb. 18.���Cruelty to a
horse was the charge against Georgo
Koote, teamster for James Blrtch of
Kdmonds. Chief of Folic* Parkin-'
son swore he found tho animal suffering trom ringbone while it was being
worked. Poole was ordered to pay i'iO
and costs, 530 in all.
."So you refused to appear bofore
the investigating committee?" "Certainly," replied Mr. Dustln Stax.
"But they want eallghtenment on the
ways of high finance." "No doubt.
But I am not conducting a business
college."���Waslngton Star.
EDISON
Mr. McLennan, secretary-treasurer of
the Senior Amateura, will attend the
netx meeting of the league delegates
in Vancouver, and will make It clear
that Westminster is still on the map.
He will claim the game the V. A. C.
should have played here on Saturday,
und will back his claim as vigorously
us possible. :
fThe Westminster Y. M. C. A. won
their second team basketball match
on Saturday against McGill College,
Vancouver, but lost In the first team
match. The score in the former
K*n�� was ao to IT. ln favor of the
Y8 M. C. A., and ln Uie latter
XI ln favor of McGill. The gunn
were played ln the Vancouver Y. M.
C. A.
out.      It is  tho intention of Messrs.
Sells Ltd., Mr. Howard states, to produce an  authoritative    and  standard
work  of  reference  for    tho    Pacific
province of Canada.   Its title will be
"British Columbia, its History,    People,  Commerce,   Industries   and     Resources."    A special staff of competent  Journalists    ana     writer.;   have
been sent out who will work under
the direction ot Mr. H. J. Bourn.
j    In keeping with the aim of the pub-
' Ushers,  who  have  gained  distinction
In  producing  similar   works  relating
to British possessions in other parts
of tho world,    this    publication  will
deal  very    thoroughly    with  the  resources and  industrial developments
' of this newer land.    Nothing will be
presented to the reader which Is not
I verified as fact and judged as Tellable
I information.    It will be of advantage
' to this city and district that its actlvi-
les and its advantages are adequately
set forth in, a standard work of Information, and especially that thero be
offered comprehensive descriptions of
the industrial enterprises of the com-
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS ALL THIS
WEEK.
Programme for Monday and Tuesd.iy
Selig���Special Sea Picture, "The Maid
at the Helm."  A true-to-llfe tale of
the seething gale and    the bniny
deep.
Edison���The Battle   of   Trafalgar, a
British war picture.
American    (Kalera)     Beauties���"Too
Much Realism," an Incident of picture  making.    A Western comely
that will make you all scream.
Pathe's Weekly, No. 5, 1912���Special
features    for    tho    ladies;   Paris,
France, advance    models    ln    late
winter and early Spring millinery.
Wednesday and Thursday Only.
Startling Wild West Picture, showing the second annual noithwest frontier round-up.
AL. W. GILLI8. manager
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
THE    JESTERS    AND    COMPANY
Sensational Illusionists
PEARL GILMAN,
Slater or Mabel Oilman, wife or
Corey, the Steel King
KRAFT A  MYRTLE
The Two Newsies ln their own
little novelty.
ILLU8TRATED SONG
"Never Seen Before"
PHOTO PLAYS.
Three  Shows  Dally.
3:00���7:15���9:00.
Ideal Factory Sites
i       SF
Twenty-three acres within the city limits, admirably situated for
manufacturing sites. Trackage available from four railway lines,
river frontage. Several factory sites already selected Jn the- neighborhood. ...
For price and all other particulars apply to
jy*"1"
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Don't so on paying house rent. You
can't afford to cripple your future independence. Investigate today what
Is really being offered by the unique
home purchasing plan, Introduced
here  by
���THE���
BRITISH CANADIAN HOME
BUILDERS, LTD.
Office  Open
9:15 p. m.
626 Columbia St.
Evening   From  8:15
to
EXPERIENCED
SALESMAN
Wanted In New Westminster, B. C,
to sell Western Canada townsite lots.
Man who has had experience in selling Insurance, books, or real estate
preferred, but experience is not so essential as strong personality and willingness to work.
We are the authorized selling agent
or the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
ror one or its main line divisional
point towns and the owners ot two
other townsites.
A good man can earn from $50 to
$300 weekly. Let us tell you how. Address
Grand Pacific Land Co. Limited
243 Somerset Bldg., Winnipeg, .Mar).
Do Not Waste Money
Bave a little systematically, for lt is the stuff that the foundations ot wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used in two ways; to   spend   for   what   le
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt Is flrat saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, S2.000.00O.    Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
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FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A New Lumber Yard
COME TO US FOR
Lumber,   Mouldings,   Laths   and   Shingles
OUR STOCK IS LARGE AND COMPLETE. ,
CROWN TIMBER AND TRADING CO., LTD.
PHONE  904.
(Old Glass Worka Factory.
SAPPERTON.
RING 456
Chamberlin
the:
JISVCLCR
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.E. R'y
IThe V. A. C. did not come over to
play the Westminster Senior Amateurs on Saturday, and no game was
played in this city at all. The Amateurs have notified the league authorities that tbey mean to claim this
game by default, but it ls doubtful it
their claim will be sustained.
The Thistles beat the Shamrocks in
Vancouver in the semi-final or the
National Cup series by the long score
ot rive goals to nil on Saturday. Tlm
Mahoney waa referee, and he says
the Snamrocks were very much off
.color on the day, and they were also
unfortunate ln having McEwen, their
big fullback, very sick for most of the
game. The i- round was not quite so
bad as might have been expected, and
although It was wet the game was not
slow. In any case th�� Thistles managed to keep it moving, and as often
as not between the go*l posts of their
opponents, the whole team playing ln
fine form and with great quickness
���and dash.
Tbe Rovers will play the Celtics
next Saturday ln their National Cup
tie, and the winner will meet the Thistles in the Hn.ll, the latter having
qualified  by   Saturday's  victory.
Mr. Herb Ryall has received a letter irom Mr. Beaton, late secretary
or the Senior Amateurs, in which he
announces his Intention of leaving
Winnipeg ror New Westminster on
February 23. He states that he is
reeling much better ror his change
and seems to be following- the sports
In the "Peg" ns enthusiastically as
ever he did those In the Royal City.
Horse rhcing on Red river, the bonspiel and ice hockey all come in for
comment. He waxes enthusiastic over
the kilts and ?lpes of the Scottish
curlers, but shows his shrewd Judgment ln announcing that they are "In
ror a whale of a licking" ln the tour
nament, as has since proved true. The
reason for this, he writes, ls that
their stones nre too light, and cannot
possibly compete with the Manitoban
stones Bllowed by the rules governing the Winnipeg contest.
Believed In Signs.'
She was a sentimental young girl,
and devoted much time and tender
thought to the home decorations for
Ohrlstmae. Her surprise may be
imagined when she came down stairs
one morning and found the decorations
moved around. The mistletoe bougihs.
that had been hair hidden ln secluded
places, had been substituted for the
holly wreaths and were now hung ln
the rront windows ln plain view or
passers-by.
"Pay, sister," evrlnlned the little
brother, "you's had that mistletoe
hanging up nearly a weet; and you
haven't had n single customer. You're
not ity *o date. What you want to do
is to advertise."���Judge.
I lnuuity.    In thl* connection 'Mr. How-1
'   LO , ard expresses his willingness to meet I
��� men    ln    business    here    who   have 1
I something   definite to  otter   ln    the 1
i way  ot  Information  as  to  successful |
{Industrial undertakings, as it will   be
i the aim of the compilers to give   all
j publicity lo any success in thla line
which  will  bring  before  the British
public   the  actuul   development    and
progress of the country.      It    ls an
axiom of Mr.  Boam, that in demonstrating the successes made in    the
past,  you  bave a solid    basis  upon
which to demonstrate  the  future of
the   country.     Therefore   it   will   be
the aim to show Juet what has been
actually achieved  by the various industrial undertakings of t lie province.
Typical manufacturing works,  farms,
ranches,  orchards,   will   be  faithfully
described.    Mr.    Howard    refers  to
some of the industrial  undertakings
of New Westminster which  may  be
taken as typical, auch as the Cliff can
manufactory and  its relation  to the
great salmon industry,   the   Pacific
Chocolate Works, the Western Paper
Mills,  the  Vulcan   Iron  Works,  and
marine plants ln relation to the shipping of the port, the various woodworking and lumber plants, and the
new manufacturing enterprises which
are finding a favorable field here as
the  proposed brass  works,  the nail
factory, etc.   Port Mann and the Coquitlam railway and deep water terminal propositions wlll also be given
promlnenee in connection with tbe information about    New   Westminster,
and all those features or   the city's
business activities which will   .'Istln-
gutsh the port-in the immediate future.
The preparation or the entire work
will be directed from the Fairfield
building, Granville street, Vancouver,
where Mr. Howard makes his headquarters.
\
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���ally*
��� I-   mu nl ���
Wenhy'tflsWlV
On one occasion a dress rehearsal at
HU Majesty's theater was prolonged
till the email hours of the morning.
The company grew very weary, particularly a gentleman who had been
with Sir Herbert Tree In a good many
productions, but who had never attained to more than a very ^7 Part
When tbe time came to rehearse bis
tew lines he wee eo tired that his voice
was anything bnt distinct
"What's the matter. Ur. 55. r ��*���
ed Sir Herbert In hla most sarcastic
tones. "Are yon annua- your voice for
the rehearsal V
"tto. Blr Herbert." was tbe retortj
"I've never been able to save anything
under yonr management"
Blr Herbert an exceedingly wlttf
man himself, wns so pleased with the
retort that tbe salary of the small part
man waa raised.���London M. A. P.
How and Where to Get Money
To
Your   Own   Home
.
How money is wasted
How others succeed..' -
How $6 a month gets $1,000
How you can build your
home at one-third of what
you pay for rent now
How $1,000 for ten years
costs you only 2%% interest
How to avoid exhorbitant interest
How to get $2,000
How to get $3,000
How to get $5,000
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Your druerlst will refund monev if
PAZO OINTMRNT foils to r-i*'<* any
case or Itching, Blind Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In C to 14 days    60c.
How to sell your loan for
more than it cost you
How to make the loan repay
itself
How to avoid money sharks
How to meet coming property payments
How the poorest man or woman can borrow money
How this is the fairest, safest
and easiest plan ever
thought of to borrow money
You want money to bulld your own home or to buy the one you ace
living In. You haven't the necessary security to borrow ft on, or If you
have the security you don't want to pa y th* high rate of interest asked,
Isn't that so? .
You have to.pay the ordinary loan company $800 for the use of $1000
for ten years.    Figure it up and you will find that Is correct.
We can give you $1000 for ten and a half year* for $272.65.
Let ua explain our plan to you.
This company, the Universal Home Security Company, Ltd., wat organised by the Peoples Trust Company, Ltd., to provide an easy way for people without means, to own their own homes. ,
Come In and let us talk to you.
For your convenience we are open every night till nine o'clock.
Our offices are situated in the People Trust Company's offices, and our
telephone is 655..  Our postofflce box is 596.
If you haven't time to call, write or phone us and one of our representatives wll.l explain our plans to you.        j
Remember this Is a straight bonaflde proposition, backed by the People Trust Company, Ltd., one of the largest and most Infusntial companies
in the Province.
11 UNIVERSAL HOME SECURITY COMPANY, IM.
OFFICES IN THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO,
PHONE 6S5 !**��!* ���
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a,ea alon& iifeUe��3ly trom counter lo
counter until they came to tliedrcss
trimmings department, und tliere
louud Eomethius ln-nis l��ne. Baid U
wife to the saleswoman:
"How '.tide   ls   that   gold-spangled
bhick crepe? '
"Thiee-eishts   of  a yard,'' said   the
girl.
"Uow much is it a y;ird?''
"Three dollars.''
"Well," said   the   professor's   wife,'
"how much   three-eighth6 wide m.ner-|
rial  wiil it take to put   four   six-inch '
strips around a two and three-quarter |
yard  skiit  that is seven inche3   nar-j
rower at the Knees than it is at the |
bcttom, and ho.v much will it cost?"
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{'.'7*1 professor's he-.d began to reel, a.id
it reeled still more when his wife i.n;l
the girl got out pencils and paper unl
Ffcgan w ������(> their sum.   Presently his
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IHJfc DAILY NEWS.
PAQK SEVEN      7
AS OTHERS SEE US
'Wrong Carriage of the Head Re-
I sponsible For Ungraceful Gait.
A   LITTLE    FASHION   TALK.
Exit the Kimono Sleeve���Earmarks of
\ the Smart Blouse and Frock-���Alan-
, con Tulle Used Alike by Dressmakers
I.   and Milliners.
1 Dear Elsa-lt'B a mighty good thing
that most of us don't sec ourselves as
others see us when wo nre walking.
This uncomfortable fact was brought
very persistently to my attention yesterday ufternoon while In the shop-
pliitf parade on Fifth avenue. It Is so
long, dear, slnco you have been bere
in New York thnt I am .sure you
would hardly recognize the present
shopping district. Tbe old stamping
ground as you knew it centered about
Twenty-third street, but we've changed
nil thnt. Now tbe big stores buve invaded tho aristocratic precinct of "the
avenue," uud as far up as Fifty-ninth
hi reet the old residential section is
Itlven over to trade. Well, ah I sauntered along looking at tbe shop windows and the splendidly groomed
women lu tbeir good looking full suits
1 suddenly became aware of the very
Indifferent, almost slouchy, gait of
���*hese pussersby.   There was the girl
or wRl know Just what flower to use,
but the wrong selection wbuld mar the
smartest costume. Tbe shops aro
sbowlug n delightful assortment of
French Mower* iiiTiingpd lu small nose-
gnys for the sireet suit. Small bunch-
v.i of uti turn I looking pausle* are the
thing to wear with a purple hutf or
one with purple wlugs, while ii snug
cluster ofvjpotts roses IS always suitable wltb u ljlue. black or gray suit.
A single American Beauty rose, witb
Its natural looking lung stem, though
inconvenient lo wear, Im always smart,
provided no other bright shade appears
in the cosi ume. Tucked in among tbe
lilniy luces nml frills of a semidressy
afternoon gown orchids, with a bit of
feathery fern; gardenias, with their
Datura) foliage, or a bunch of gauze
sweet peas ure the proper flowers.
These artificial posies range lu price
according to their quality, but coarse
ones ure utterly out of the question.
Elsu, don't you tind it convenient every now nud. then lo know some amusing and easy game with which to entertain a few people when they happen to drop in in the evening���tbs
people. 1 meuu, who don't play bridge
or card games of any sort? Here Is a
very humorous pencil und paper game
thut I bnve found useful as a means
of amusement.
A number of slips of paper and several pencils nre provided, ns many us
tbere are persons present. Now each
person is usked to write the name of
a book, real or imugluary. und then
fold the pnper over so I hut his neighbor cannot see what ls written. This
is done ln every case. Wbeu the book
title is written the slip is handed, still
folded, to the persou sitting at the
right, nnd he Is askefl to write a subtitle; then the nest oue the name of
nn author, the slips being again folded und passed on: next the publisher's
name   Is   added;   I lieu   an   advertise-
BUYING A TURNER.
Hew   One  of
the   Painter's  Favorite*
Csme to America.
ln Henry Sevens' "Recollections of
Mr. Lenox" Is given bis version of the
purchase of a Turner by this gentleman "about 1K1T. ��� wltnbut tiny title or
description of the picture, but wbicb ls
apparently the "fitaffa, Flngul's Cuve."
stated In tbe catalogue to have been
"bought from the artist for Mr. Lenox
by Mr. Leslie in Aug��st. IMR"
C. It. Ladle bad been Instrumental
In securing for the New York collector
ii nuinhei of paintings, and on this occasion received from hlm n sight draft
on Barings for LSOO, "requesting blm
lo be so good us to purchase of his
friend. Mr. Turner, the best picture by
blm be could get for the money." Turner's "gmtopy reply" was to the effect
tbat be bud no picture* to sell to Amer-
cans, that his works were not udapted
to their commercial and money grubbing tastes and thut Leslie bad better
go elsewhere.
On sight of the dmff. however, he
become somewhat mollified, finally
"turned around u smalt picture standing on tbe floor against the wall and
said: Tbere. let Mr Lenox have that
lt is one of my favof.tes. He Is a gentleman, and I retract Will that suit
you. Mr. Leslie?"
Mr. Lenox was at flrst sight not
much pleased wttb Ills purchase, and
ho notified Leslie, but he soon wrote
Leslie to burn bis flrst letter: "I have
now looked into my Turner, and It la
all I hut I could desire."���Scrlbner's
Magazine.
BLOWING THE PIPES.
new  Westminster  mail    ,  BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
A Scotch Music Lesion by ��� Clever
Highland Master.
A.highland piper who bud n pupil to
teach originated H method by which,
ment by lhe publisher; finally three I says a writer In Blackwood's Jlnga-
or four "reviews" of the  book, each I sine, he succeeded in reducing tbe dlf-
A  t'HCFUl. ANO  rRETTV  DUSTING SET.
who came along swinging her arms
like a windmill in full action, and
���ven when one nnn wns engaged with
it ling or umbrella the other member
cwuug at u lively pace.
Then there were the people who
Tocked from side to side and wandered
nil over the puveraeut in un aimless
manner, blissfully unconscious of the
���anoyance caused to their busy fellow
creatures or ihe absurd contretemps
of running Into a stranger's arms.
Another offender was the individual
who peddled nlnne. taking mincing
Heps, with shoulders up to tb* ears
nud carefully rounded, cheating her-
Mlf with the delusion that this attitude conduced to rapid walking.
Some I urned I heir toes In like pigeons, und an equal number preferred
to wnlk like ducks. Now, denr. both
birds ure cliHrrolng In their way, but
scarcely models of graceful deport-
xnetil.
I have eome to the conclusion that
the earring? of one's head is responsi
Vie for most of tbe bud walking oue
*ees. Instead of lielnjt beld gracefully
������reet It Is either poked forward or
thrown back In such an exaggerated
attitude tbat It forces the, waist for-
ward.
: The next time that army cousin of
:youra comes to visit yon just notice
"tils straight Imck nnd well carried bead
Mid ibe swing from tbe hips "ud try
to ropy It In a nice, an mother says,
"ladylike" fashion and see how much
"Letter satlstled you wlll be with your
personal apiiearnace. The next time
;you sec me I will be os graceful as a
Twood nymph.
Sueh perfectly stnnnlng Mouses are
to be seen In ibe autumn display of
Tew things!   And I nm sure the question bus arisen in your mind, ns It hns
In mine, what Is lo be d-mo with the
kiiynuo sleeve?    Shall we leave It in
���<iur frocks nnd blouses or cut It ont
*ud put In new ones?    The truth Is
ihnt  If the kimono sleeve  Is lu   tin*
���blrt waist It will date that gsrment
4t year buck.    Still, the shops are full
���of these models,  but  the  Furls edict
lias  gone forth  that  tliey  nre  passe.
And   ihe   discouraging   part   of   this
lew* Is that the kimono sleeve iu your
.(Klilrt   waist  doe*  not  mnke  lt   ti   bit
juore old fashioned that .the peasant
���till.   The round neck, the fastening In
the  bnelt  nnd   the  tint   shoulder  tind
sdeeve III  one  are  gradually  sinking
into the shade* of another day.
��� Your smart shirt wnlst for morning
ns well ns for ufternoon should be fastened   up  the   front  and   have   long
sleeves gathered into n perfectly visible nrmliole. nnd It will have n high
slock.    And.  speaking of stocks, tbe
snnirt wrinkle is to use alencon tulle
for gulmpes. Millor collars, fldhus, revers and hat trimmings this' hutumn.
The best dressmnkers consider it better style than lace on blouses and simple frocks, nnd the milliners bave lost
tbeir hearts to it.   This tulle washes
beautifully and does not shrink.
The big black velvet hat you hnd last
���winter would be brought rifht Into
fyshio' by trimming It with irregular
loops of this nlencon tulle wired and
��!mwii bock from front to back.
The pretty custom of pinning a Bin-
pie tirtlflclal flower or a small bunch of
���blossoms to the lupel of one's tailored
<oat to give a bit of color to the street
toilet Is to be much in vogue this winter, an it was last season.
Tbc woman who has aa eye for col-
by n different person. As each one
docs not know what the otber has
written, the result Is generally very
humorous.
ilefore saying goodby let me ask
you what you ililnl; of this dusting set
1 am making for a Christmas gift to
be BiYgU to n friend of mine who la
an unusuully careful housewife. Devotedly, MABEL.
New York.
Acuities of the task io a minimum nud
at  tbe same  time fixed  Ills  lesson  ln
tbe pupil's mind.
"Here.  Donald."  said he. "tak  yer
pipes, lad. au' gie us a blast
"Sol    Verra weel blawn Indeed, but
what's a sound. Donald, wl'out sense?
You may bluw forever wl'out mnking
a tune o't if 1 dannu tell ye how the
queer   things   ou    lhe   paper   maun
help ye.
"Ye see that big fellow wl' a round
open face"���pointing to a semibreve���
"between   two   line*  of  a   bnr?     He
move* slowly from tbat line to tbis.
while ye beat an* wl' your list an' gi*
* long blast
"If ye put a leg to him ye mak' twa
o" blm. an' he'll mov* twice as fast
"If. now. y* black his fa< e he'll run
four time* faster than the fellow wi'
lug. Closet shelves are generally ca- I the white face, nnd If. after blacking
puble of holding bnt oue of the size ! hls face, ye'll bend his knee or tie tils
that fashion now decrees. Each hat I leg be'll hop eight times taster tban
should hnve un entire box of its own. the whit* faced chap I showed ye
roomy enough to allow It to lie fiat - flrat
upon a bat rest, for tbe least cramp- I    "Now." concluded tbe piper senten-
ln��   Ih   Unlilo   to   crush   it   or   alter   tts \ tloiiKly. "whene'er ye blaw yonr pipe*.
A CHEST  FOR  HATS.
When Closet Room It at a Premium
Try This Method.
Closet room Is always at a premium.
Tbere can never he enough apnee lo
hold all tbnt a household contains with
perfect ease and comfort. Particularly does the problem of huts need solv-
Arrival: Closing
18:10���United States via C. P. R.
(dally except Sunday).23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:IS
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 16:on
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.    ..
���    (daily except Sunday).20:3()
7:40���Victoria via  B.  C. E.  R.
(dully except Sunday). 11.IC
10:50���-Vtctorla via O. N.>ft.-.,
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via O. N. It.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.46
15:IB���United States via Q. N. It.
Varden No, li),   sons   ot   Norway,
meet in Eagles hall   the   flrst   and
  tbJid Wednesdays oi! each month at.
(daily exceot Sunday)..16:00 I? P,m- Visiting brethren are'cordially
ll:40-All points east   and   Eu- !Invlted t0 attend'
rope    (daily)    8:16
FRATERNAL.
I O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27-
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at-8-o'clock.
Visiting .brethren coMlally invited
to -atten*   C. J. Purvis, N.O.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. O. recording secretary;  R. Purdy, financial secretary
���bap*.
A very novel and practical Idea ba*
been evolved to meet tbe need* of the
woman who possesses balf a dozen bat*
and doesn't know where to put tbem.
A light stand mnde of four alender
posts, with n shelf or two. containiug
prettily decornted boxes, is a gay addition to a room und does not mar It*
beauty. The stand contains no sides,
so tbat the box may easily slip lu and
out. A better arrangement Is to bave
one side of the box attached on binge*,
so that one need not go (o the trouble
of lifting off tbe Ild earn' time on*
wishes to remove tbe bat.
Sometime* these stands nre stained
to match the furrlJure of tli*- room, or
tbey look fresh and pretty when enameled In white pi.i.it. or. again, tbey
may be drnped In chintz to match tho
hanging)* of the boudoir. They may
also he made of crude materials and
placed ln the storeroom If space allows. But tbe womsn who possesses
such a one will Hid tt-ot great com
fort. Hat rest* tu place within th*
boxes of light wire covered with either ribbon or silk or chint7, of co'irse.
are mnde tc carry out ue prevailing
color scheme.
!><miild. remember t bl�����tun t the tVuhter
ttyune fellow*" lee* are tied th* Taster
they'll run and tb* quicker they'r* *ur*
to dance."
A Virot F.r Toque.
The name of Virot. tbe great Tarl-
slau milliner, always tomnands respect where headgear is oncerued.
This full he has turned ��� Jt many
charming models ln fur, which pelt,
by th* way. ls goluj; 10 'tgtuv Itrgely
��r*t modxt, rs BEA&BKI*.
In  smart  millinery.    The  delightful
toque Illustrated ls from the atelier of
this nrtist
Tbe hat ls of sealskin, with n little
brim of the fur rolling rakishly away
from the face ln front. Under 'thto
upturned brim la tucked a cluster of
pomegranate blossoms ln a deep ton*
of red. .
Railway Journey* ef Long Ago.
It   wns  only   th*  adventurous   who
dared  to  fac*  a   rsllwny   Journey   In
1KB.    A  writer In the Quarterly  Review commenting oo tb* proposed line
to Woolwich, remarked. "We would as
���uou expect tb* people of Woolwicb to
suffer ibemaelre* to b* tired off U|>on
on*   of   Congr*v*"��   rorket*  a*   tru*t
themselves   tq   tb*   mercy   of  *ucb   a
machine going at *uch a rate."    Tb*
tblrd chi** carriage of 'boa* day* ws*
a   thing of  horror.     "It  bad no  roof
��� nd  no  seat*."   writ** J.  li   Wright.
���Into thl* tb* passengers were packed
and   had to stand  during  th*  whole
Journey vir. tf tb*rs W*�� room, lo squat
on tb* floor.' exp��*ed to th* rain or
���un and bombarded by spark* emitted
from the engine.   Becond claa* n***en-
cer* wer* kindly advl*ed to provide
themselves with gauze *p��f*cle* and
tt* ��lt a* far from the engiie as possible."���London Spectator.
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)   13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Eraser
Mills     (dally     except
Sunday)      8:30
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills     (dally     except
Sunday)      14:00
11:40���Coquitlam      (dally   except Sunday)     8:30
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (daily except
Sunday)       11.15
14:00���East Burnaby (daily except Sunday   14:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tueaday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston. Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thuraday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
10:00���Ladner, Port Oulchon,
Westham Island, Burr
Villa  13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(daily  except  Sunday). 13:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
10:50���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday) ..14:20
15:50���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (daily  except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton  (Tuesday, Thurs-   '
day,   Friday    and   But-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunaay   16: 0<
IS: 10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (daily except Sunday)   23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)  9:tf.
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday     .. 9:4f
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmu, -Mdergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre.Cloverdale.Lang-
ley Prairie. Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, Soutb
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sar-
dl*. Sperling Station,
Mr ad tier,   BeHerose,   -vln. \
B.  C. E. R.   (dally    ex- \
1 cept Sunday)     .. D-.00",
1 11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via I
B.  C.   E.   R.   (Monday
Wednesday    and    Friday       9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B.C. E. R.   '
(daily exoept Sunday).17:30
11:20���Abbotsford. Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday) 17:30
(6:60���Cloverdale   via    B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday) .17:30
12:00���Fraser Arm   23:00
A. KROGSETH,
President.
J. J. AUNE,
.Financial Secretary.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business let
ten, etc.; circular work taken
Pbone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
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PROFESSIONAL.
(WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone C9. W, J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces. Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver at
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 010 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
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Imperial Limited Leaves at 19:40
Through Pullman Tourist and
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apply to
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New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
I
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8%  to 26 H. P.
S and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth  St.,  Naw  Weatmlnster.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
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Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
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pbone 710.
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Barristersat-Law, Solicitors, Etc
Adam S. Johnston. Frank A. Jackson. Offices: Vancouver, Room 405
Winch Building; New Westminster,
Room 6, Ellis Block, Columbia street.
Telephones:     Vancouver,   Seymour
2163;   New Westminster, 1070.
Cable   Address:      "Stonack."   Code:
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PHONE  370.
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minster Board ot Trade m*eu lu tn*
board room. City Hall, u toitow*:
Third Thursday    ot   each   montn
quarterly     meeting    on  tne    unro
Tbursdsy of February, May, Augusl
and Novemtror, at �� p.m.     Annual
meetings, on the third Thursday ol
February.    New  member* may   bt
proposed sad elected at any month
ty or    Quarterly    mcebflc.      C.  tl
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M. 8.  A
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone M1. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Royal Bank of Canada ,
Irresistible Impulse.
"T keep myr.elf to uiywir." confided
*n old resident "You modem young
men are too mucb on the 'hall fellow
w*ll met' order. I boaat of tb* fact
that I d!�� not apeak to my next door
neighbor for ten years."
"How did you com* to ajieak to blm
eveu then, sir?" we asked. "It roust
nave been an extraordinary wn anion "
-It was. The youuc Jackanapes
hough! a new automobile."
"And you wiinted a ride?"
"Sir! I um no grafter, nor would I
ride In oue of the thing* for any con-
���uderntion. No. sir. But tb* machine
wa* new to blm. and I ���onldr't resist
rbe temptation to g<> over and give blm
some advice about running it"���Boston Traveler.
Foros of Habit.
The prnfcKHioutii humorist found
himself tn an open Held wltb 0 mad
bull nt hi* lieels. H* wa* running for
tbe fence.
"Stall 1 mak* Itr he asked himself.
Tben a thought occurred to him.
"t guess lt'�� ahout a tu*aup,M b*
umttered.
A* be paused to make a net* on bis
cuff the Inevitable Happened. ��� New
York Time*.
Wanted 6om* Preis* Too.
Tourist (to his landlady!���How lovely It I* h*r��-the grifcii tr**i In th*
valley tbrough which the stream gBs-
teps; In tbe background tbe mountain*
snd over all tb* blue sky- Landlady
-H'ra, but you'*on't say anytblug
about tbe real pie and tbe coffee I
made you.���Fllegende Blatter.
Tlie les* heart a man pots Into a
���ask tbe more labor It reaulres.-Amlel.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie 8treet.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFPICB���TRAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
Capital   paid   up.
Rt serve	
.$6,200,000
.7.200,000
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
M ntral Water.-,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
r*l*phon* R 113. Office: Prlncees St
COAL
New
Weill igion
JOSEPH MAYER*
Phone 108.    P. O. Bo* 84*.
Offlee, Frond St, Feet of Bl��rth.
Tbe Bank bas over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacmc.
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities Ip the world. Tbese ex-
celent connections afford every
bankintr facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
k FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P.  M Daily
12:00  Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
p.m. Daily except Sunday
*>��* a*K\u��.
XO-.00   **. M  .A... TMXVf
1V.00  P.  M  DuiVT
For Prlnc* Rupert and Nuki
V  P.M Jan. 13th, 21tn
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 \. M Thursday
For  Upper Fraaer  River Points.
Steamer Beaver.
Leaves New Westminster, 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves   Chilliwack,   7:00  a.m.,   Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Galiano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganges Hr.. Guicb-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to 'ED. OODLET,
Agent, New Weatmlnster.
H. W. BRODIE,
C   P   A. ���Vancouver
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE   315,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, and ln !<ondon, Ent'
*od, Nev York. Ch'xago and Spokane,
O.B.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business traufeaci.ed. Let
:ere of Credit Iaaued. available wltb
correspondent/ In all parts of thc
vorld.
Saving* Bank DjpertmeBt��� Deposits
���ecntved In sums ot 81 and upward
ibd Interest allow-1 nt 8 p��. cent, pei
tnnum (presort r*ttl.
Total   Anets'over  $186,000,000.00'
NEW WESTMIN8TER BRANCH,
���3. D. BRYMNER. Manner
IT PAY8 To ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWA
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 657.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fin�� Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
,   Wrappers a Specialty
Mar\et Square, Hew Westminster.
The Continuous
Growth of 9 Bank
CAN MEAN BVT ONE THING
���THAT THE 8ERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKES FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS  RELATIONS.
THE
BankftfToroislo
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
RE8T $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
���RANCH
B. G
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
I
. hi i��^ii��) i��>i<*ifiii nettwtfp*��u' �������������� P..!J"fJL *���
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PAOR EIGHT
f THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912.
TICityNewsI
Good lot on Fifth Street
near Seventh Avenue
$1050, Good terms.
London Street near Tenth
Street; good lot on north
side $850. Good terms.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
Eighth Etreet Bakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A. Hardman, Phone L169.
Bishop  and   Mrs.   De  Pencier
turned on Saturday evening from Nel
son where tliey ha.l beeu attending
the synod.
Last chance to roller skaters this
season.   Uink closes Feb. 29.
the Queen's Avenue Methodist church
on Friday wee*.     All prese   notice*
agree in calling Mr. Bible an exceil n,
speaker and brillant entertainer.   His
repertoire includes such diverse subjects an "Lite and Opportunity," "Fads
nnd    extremes."    and    Shakeeperian
readings, so  that    his versatility  Is |
1 considerable.   As a lecturer and a hn-1
jmorlst    both,  he appears always to
re- j make a. "hit."
mfiaSn
i i^, m r^r m t* s=57^
The Public Supply Store has just re-
I ceived a shipment df fresh Cambridge
[Sausages;  25c per lb. package.   ������
Becauses
YOU O0GHT TO INSURE BECAUSE YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF; BECAUSE YOU OWE IT TO
YOUR FAMILY, AND BECAUSE
YOU OWE IT TO YOUR EMPLOYEES. WE INSURE YOUR
PROPERTY AGAINST FIRE, YOUR
FAMILY AGAINST LOSS, IF YOU
DIE, AND YOUR BUSINESS
AGAINST LIABILITY TO EMPLOYEES.
4 �� * ��- woo^-,. Miss Cnve-Browne-Cave;
ine store, 867 Columbia street. or Musicians  ^uf��??)-
ing Biore, b j   fgucceBB0P t0,Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
For tho nicest of Headcheese go to , f p;anoforte, Violin,
the Public Supply Store. Just 20c per. 1 eacr   i
individual cheese.
AN INTRODUaORY SALE OF
No trace of the ccn-.ict
who escaped from the asylum, has
been found since he was fO?n heading for Vancouver on Friday night.
The authorities believe that by now
he has reached Vancouver, In which
case his chance of escape is g:>od.
**   | Singing,   Theory,   Harmony,
ronaidson, | Counterpoint    and   Musical
I Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
1    For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phone W38.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New  Westminster.
First Shipment of
Fresh cut daffodils, violels nnd cat-
hfttlnns. Tidy, the fioiist. Phone num-
bers L184 and 1037. ���      "     i
PermitB were tal<en out for buildings estimated at $14,950 last week.
The majority of the permits are for
residences, but one of $2250 is for
new foundations to the Corbould and
Grant, building on Lorne street, on account of the unsafe condition of whic.i
thc street was closed for some time.
Dr. H. Hope, eye specialist, can
be consulted daily from 9:80 a.m. to 5
p.m., at 657 Columbia street, over
Curtis' Drug Store, or by Fho.ie 205;. * ,
I
Notice of application for a license
to take and use 150 cubic feet of wat-v-
ner second from Silver Creek, is made
in the B. C. Gazette by the Citv of j
New Westminster. Silver Creek is a
tributary of Pitt river, and it is intended to divert this creek ot rt point
about eight miles above Pitt river.
The water will be used for power purposes.
Mr. J. D. Barrett, of Ihe firm of
Barrett &. Bhirmore, Alberta, am'
editor of the Blalrmore Enterprise, is
visiting N'ew Westminster for two or
three days. Mr. Barrett is well
known in this city. He is on his way
south to California on a holiday trip.
'A*
You want the
most   sanitary
wall coating.
Then  take   a
pail of water,
add  Alabastine,   stir  a
few moments
���apply
with a
brush.    .
It is so easy to decorate with Alabastine. Any
man or woman can do it.
And when up, you have a
wall coating endorsed by
eminent physicians on account of its sanitary features.
Extinguish Srrall 3'cze.
A small  file  wliich  made a lot o'
smoke    and  excitement   occurred   ln,
the Dominion Trust  building about 8
a.  m. on Saturday  morning.    An oil ;
stove in a kitchen on the third flo-jr
Ignited the furniture in the rotai. and i
ns tho water for the rire hose In the1
building was turned oiT, the flre brigade was called out, and rjuickly extinguished L.'*l:: llaiXH-S.
JUS^ ARRIVED
THEY INCLUDE ALL THI
NEW SHADES OF BROWN
BLUE AND GREY, l\ THE NEW
WEAVES, SMALL STRH'ES.
FANCY DOT AND BA8KE1
WEAVES.
THEY WERE
MAKE UP
TUMES AT
IN
BOUGHT    TO
LADIES' COS-
$35 to $50
MEN'S
$28
SUITS' AT
to $40
Hirth Treatment.
Kdmonds. Keb. 18.���T. 1... Claris ot
Hoyal Oak appear? I before Magistrate-.
walker on Saturday morni-,,s, charged
with brutal treatment cf his wile,
Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke. 'lhe couple
had been married eleven ' fearsj antf
'.he evidence of the wife was that th<
No disease germs or insects
can exist on a wall covered with
Alabastine. And Alabastine,
from tests, has proven it allows
air to circulate through the
���walls, thus keeping air
in room pure and
���healthful.
5 lb. pic*, of this
artistic anJ sanitary
wall coatir*1
for on'y SO*,*
*,*���  btiuvuuc ui mu wne was tnat tne  Jrn
alleged cruelty had been (;o'n- on for
Uie past four years. ==
Anderson & Lusby
A SPECIAL SHOWING
ARRANGED FOR TODAY
ILLUSTRATING ALL THE
ADVANCE STYLE INNOVATIONS
The new stylos are quite different and show many Interesting style
changes, such as pronounced side effects, short coats and novelty suggestions in trimmings.
Today's display Ls complete, and the beauty and excluslveness of the
garments shown will not be exceeded in any future offering.
New Spring Suits $25
Charming two-toned effects will bo shown in many smart models. In
popular tan and pircy materials and homospun effects; large ravers and lon;;
roll collars; Inlaid with silk anl contrasting colors, afford novel style features. Both In coat and skirts is shown the new side effect. Moderately
priced       ���      $25.00
NEW SPRING SKIRTS
$6.00. $7.00 and $8.00
Tan and grey diagonal tweed e'fects and Imported Serges, made with new raised waist line effect and handsomely trimmed with buttons; exceptionally good values.
VOILES IN CHARMING MODELS
With all the new stylo touches;   black only; neatly trimmed with buttons, braid and silk.
Prices from $9.50 to $16.00 Each
A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY SUIT OR SKIRT YOU SHOULD FANCY.      SEE THESE  NEW
MODELS.
mmss ' ���"'" 'ni'"111 ������������nm
BOY  YOUR  TICKETS  EARLY   TO   PREVENT   OVERCROWDING   IN   THE   SPECIAL   CARS.
Dr. Watson, of Edmonds, give evidence as to certain marks on Mrs
UarJra, whlrh he thought could have
been caused hy harsh treatment. The
magistrate in committing Chirks for
trial, s-oke scathingly of his inhuman
behavior.
NO WAITING; ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY; CALL
EARLY TO GET JUST THE PATTERN YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR.
LADIES AND MEN'S
TAILOR
46 Lorne Street, New Westminster.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
To  Lectun?   Her;.
Ceorge P. Bible, humorous lecturer
and  entertainer,   will   perform   under
the auspices of the Epworth lea;u=> rf
!       B. & M.
Specials
Fresh Herring, 4 lbs. for   25c
Fresh Cod   (half or whole), lb 8c
B. and M. Brand Kippers, lb 10c
Smoked   Halibut,   lfc 15c
Finnan Haddie, 2 lbs. for 25c
537 Front St  -   Phone 301
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
A LIST OF LOTS
For Builders and Investors
Indications point to Increased activity in building in Now Westminster this yeai. Not only will there be more dwelling houses
erected, but new business blocks, apartment houses, hotels and soma
important manufacturing planls will be constructed this year. All
this wlll help Increase the value of New Westminster propeity. The
time to buy ls now.
���i
Seely's Perfumes
We have them
25c. and 00c. lines
A big stock in a!l odors.
SEE  OUR   WINDOW
ran wm SM
iCjapsrsInn Chemists, Et?.
Vtifkuo HhicK.   441 Columbia At
���      Mew   \Vr,i<tn.l'><|t��r    HC
(900) Fourth Street���50 foot
lot with lane at rear, $700.
Terms to be aringed.
(801) Thirteenth Street���Lot
with double frontage, $800.
Terms to be arranged.
(1004) Eighth Avenue���Two
lots overlooking Moody Park,
lane at rear, $1000 each. Easy
terms.
Fifth Avenue���Near Second
street, two cleared lots, $1500
each. Small cash payment to
BUlt, Good opportunity for
builder.
(748) Princess Street���Lot 60
hy 132, near Sixth street car
line; price 91000.    Terma to ar-
i;iiige.
(1043)    Seventh   Avenue Near
Sixtli street   car   line,   $1050.
One-third cash.
8lxth Avenue and Ash Street
���nil foot kit, $4300. Buy before
Sixth avenue car line ls built.
(757) Arbustus Street���Near
QueenB Park, lane at rear,
$1250.   Terms to ariange.
(1005) Fifth Avenue���Near
Sixth street, lot 66x132, cleared,
$2500.   Terms to arrange.
(1040) Burnaby Lots Cheap���
On Second and Third avenue,
near Hlxth street car; partlv
cleared, 50x160, $650 each.
Terms $50 cash, balance |2l)
per month.
Westminster vs. Vancouver
TUESDAY, FEB. 20
At the ARENA RINK,  VANCOUVER
A win for Westminster means a big lead in the race
for the championship and the right to challenge for
the Stanley Cup.
SPECIAL CARS PROVIDED FREE FOR
ALL HOLDERS OF DOLLAR TICKETS
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
��� **���**
New Westminster
Head Office. Nsw Westminster      Hranches at Vancouver     VtcUrls
ChllliwaoU and Aldcrfjrove. B.C.
ERNIE JOHNSON
the Whirlwind of the West, is back to his old-time
form. Jimmy Gardner, Harry Hyland, Kenny Mailen, Sue McLean, McDonald, Lehman; all the boys
are in fine shapa and confident of winning.
SEATS ON SALE AT RYALL'S DRUG STORE AND THE HUB CIGAR STORE. SPECIAL CARS
VVILL LEAVE HERE AT ����VBN O'CLOCK.
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