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 8EE OUR WINDOW D'   ��aY OF
PORT  MANN ACRE    <��N IN AND
ADJOINING THE T  ^ *8ITE.
(Lower  �� .a.)       v
WHITE, '    $4%'*\ CO.
IICE8 IN PORT
\Y, IN AND AD.
fNSITE., "'
ILES A CO.
VOLUME 6, NUM.^'-R 297.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
������������fc��������*������*******���
CUT-OFF ASSURED
Work Will Begin Immediately
Says Engineer!
MILLSIDE   LINE  PROMISED
PRESENTATION TO
Will   Be   In   Operation   Within   Two
Months���Company Considering
Agnes Street Proposal.
Two Important promises were definitely reiterated by Mr. Conway, engineer of the B. C. E. R, company, to
'Mayor Lee yesterday afternoon. The
flrst was that work on the cut-off
would be begun Immediately, the second, that the Millside line would be
ln operation within two months' time.
With regard to the cut-off it was explained that a mistake made in the
original survey had delayed the work.
This had now been rectified, and the
work would be pushed ahead as
quickly as possible.
The remaining matter under discussion was thut of the proposed line
along Agnes street. No definite arrangement was made, but Mr. Conway
will take the matter under his consideration, and plans will be drawn
further to elucidate the scheme.
RETIRING JUSTICE
PROVINCIAL BUD6ETJSITUATI0N SERIOUS
Captain Pittendrlgh Honored by Members of Westminster Bar���Recipient of Purse.
BURNABY TRAMS
WERE DISCUSSED
Committee   of   Board   of   Trade Will
Confer With   tho   Company���
Dredging.
Kmor.ds. Burnaby, Feb. 2'i.���-7 he
Bubjct of transportation was given
considerable attention at the annual
meeting of the Burnaby Board of
Trade   on   Wednesday   evening,   nnd
Captain Pittendrigh, retiring Justice
of the peace, and Judge of the small
debts court, was the recipient yesterday morning of a most appreciative
address and a substantial token of respect from the members of the bar of
Westminster on the occuslon of his
giving up the offices which he has
uel:l tor so long and so faithfully. G.
B. Corbould read the address, which
was supplemented by complimentary
remarks from many other lawyers
present, und Captain Pittendrlgh replied, sincerely thanking them for this
expression of esteem, and claiming
only to "have always tried his best to
do his duty."
The address was as follows:
To His Worship George    Pittendrigh,
Captain, J. P., S. M., etc., etc.
We, the members of the New Westminster bar, on the eve of your retirement from active service under
his gracious majesty's commission as
Justice of the peace, stipendiary magistrate, coroner and Judge of the small
debts court for the district of New
Westminster, beg to express our
hearty appreciation of the diligent,
faithful and impartial manner in
which you have, during an almost unprecedented number of years, performed the duties devolving upon you
in connection with these important
and honorable offices and the unfailing
courtesy which you have always
shown to the profession and the careful consideration which you have given
to the various matters submitted to
you involving almost every phaee and
condition of life and death known to
i the law.
In bidding farewell to your worship
In your official capacity we cannot allow the opportunity to pass without
expressing our respect and esteem for
yourself personally nnd also for thc
atony services you have rendered to
your country and your klnp. W.e need
not refer to your military career in
the Crimea, India, Spain and elsewhere as no doubt your record Is entered In the archives of the nation ap
soldier
Annual Financial Statement
Reflects Prosperity.
MONEY DONDS STAND HIGH
During Year Assets Amounted to Million and a Half Over Liabilities���
Growing Agriculture.
British Coal Strike Menace
Unrelieved.
FEBRUARY FIGURES
PROVE ACTIVITY
SUCCESSFUL VISIT
COLLIERY OWNERS HOPELESS
Victoria, Feb. 23. ��� The budget
speech, delivered this afternoon,
places the debt of tbe province at a
little over $9,000,000, with aS&eta over
liabilities during the year of $1,497,-
GOL
During the past two years there has
been a saving in revenue as agalnat
expenditure of $4,792,291.
At present the bonds of British Columbia Btand higher in the British
market than those, of any other prov-
Asquith Seeks Way of Reconciliation-
Holds Audience with  King
George.
Permits for $31,050 Worth of Bui'dings
Already Issued This Week���
Residences Going Up.
The total value of buildings for
which permits will have been grante'd
by the end of this week, looks as lf
it would be a big one for a week in
February. Nine permits bad been issued since Monuay up to yesteiday
evening for buildings valued at $31,-
050, thus bringing tne total figures lor
the month, so far, up to the respect-
City    Representatives'
quests at Victoria.
Re-
London, Feb. 23.���Mixed feelings
prevailed today among those directly
Interested in the coal dispute. While j able sum of $52,050.
the great majority of the general pub-1 The $18,000 permit for Bradley
lie finds it hard to believe that such a : brothers' apartment bouse is the larg-
calamlty as a national strike of coal est item, but the same persons are re-
miners, involving 1,000,000 men, will [ sponsible also for a $2000 residence
be allowed to occur, the coal owners i on Sixth street, between Eighth and
On the whole, take a less favorable Tenth avenues. Robert Livlngstona
view of the situation. I has plans for a nice $4000 one-and-a-
Delegates of the coal owners and j half storey bungalow on the corner of
Of the miners held separate meetings   Seventh street and Fifth avenue, while
ince of Canada.   Agricultural products I privately this morning to discuss the   Thomas Mundy    will    build    a $2000
TO IMPROVE COLMDIA ST.
"Good Roads" Convention Was Interesting���Westm i n ster-Vancdu ve r
Road Considered.
of the province have risen from $14i-
9H2.904 last year to $20,837,-839 this
year,
Imports remained at $14,000,000 during the year. Timber production waa
one billion thirteen hundred thousand
feet manufactured Into lumber and
47,000,000 feet exported. Fisheries
values were placed at $11,000;000 and
registry office returns at $613,000.
MANY MILLS START
IN FRASER VALLEY
resolutions were passed appointing 'a soldier brave and true. We woti'd
committees to interview the ll. C. I W. however, Uwt we aro proud to
Elect,ic Itall.vay Company in refer-1 hnv<? had In cu- midst for so manv
ence to several of tho points brought i >'ea,'R a distinguished veteran of auch'
lorw ard. I ratnous bottles as Alma, Inkerrajn and
ThU matter was Introduced by Bcc-  Se^nstarol.       ��--
retary Coldioutt, who asked what th��.       We wo-,M
comtany was going to do with regard j J^"^" tar^n^��r^5~ ft��*fl
Coglan's and   Aldergrove   Scenes
Great Activity���Ols! City Shinto
Mill to Resume Work.
of
Building u? the Fraser valley should
be very active this ye2i\ Judging by
the number of new saw mills that are
being erected in this district. 'The
Brookslde Milling company at Cogh-
lan'a station is the latest to reach thej
threshb^id.qfJJitLP^eraUBJ'^spge. TWJ.
plant of this mill Ib practically com
pleted, und it is oxpecte.! to beun cut'
tine between tG.000  ��ra<l 20.000 reet A
outcome of yesterday's conferences
with Premier Asquith and other members of the government.
Another. conference of a committee
of cabinet members with a deputation
of coal owners was held today, the
object being to secure some concession to offer the miners.
Meetings of both the owners and
miners federations have been summoned for February 27, when the
miners are to give their decision as t j
whether they will postpone the strike.
Premier Asquith had an- audience
with King George at Buckingham
palace and communicated to him the
progress negotiations, wllich appear
to-be tending toward reace.
The Federation of Transport Work-
ers instructed tho executive committee
to five the miners every rostible assistance in the event of a strike.
house at Sapperton on the corner
Sherwood and Kelly streets.
LOZACK SENT DOWN
FOR SIX MONTHS
LIGHT IN PT. GREY
NOW MORE COSILY
Council   Call Attention _t^ ..Rc^orte
Increase, in Electric Light Bills
mn*. Aak�� &Kf��lan&ttdn.
With Empty Gun Forced Contractor
Siqn Pay Checks���Susy County
Court Session.
to
Tie tri^l of Lozack, the Austriaa,
occupied most of the time of the
county com t yester Jay. This man,
with some other Austrians, had taken
a contract on the C. N. A. at two different rates, it appears, according to
the time within which the work waa
finished. Complications arose, and ns
a result Lozack apparently came to
the conclusion that the contractor
owed him some money and took an
empty gun and went down to force
hlm to tlgn the time cheques of himself and his companions. The payment
of these the contractor stopi.ed, and
zack  was arrest;
Great success attended tbe trip of
this city's representatives to Victoria,
on the occasion of the good.roads convention.   Aldermen Gray'and Kellington, with   the   assistance   of Thomas
Gifford,   M.L.A.,   secured   practically
everything they asked for from    the-
provincial government, and with City
Engineer Blackman spent an   instruc-*
tive time at the convention.   Tnis was.
opened by Hhon. Thomas Taylor, presided over by deputy minister Foster*
and attended by some 3tm reprsenta?
tives of nearly   all   the   cities   and
municipalities of tbe province, all tbe
government road superintendents and
representatives of alt the'paving com,
panies.
The extension of the Columbia
street permanent improvements was
one of the most important inattera
taken up by the aldermen with- the
government, and on this "point they
met with complete success, said Alderman Gray. Ihey asked that the provincial government express its willingness to pay its share of the improvement tax for its property on this
street, and the government signified
that it was quite ready to do so it
the Dominion government;*wouid do
the same for the section in front of
the penitentiary. r
Included in the estimates .of the provincial government is an appropriation
for the Vancou ver-Westminster road,
and Alderman Gray believes that tbo
paving of that street between the two*
cities Ib practically assured, iff all .the
municipalities will do their part. "The
government also agtwd,'1 said the
alderman, "to macadamize, the extension of Sixth avenue that leads across
D. L. 172 from Twentieth stieet at the
city boundary to tb^aWW^Ijga^'tho
municipality of Burhaby." ' An '
to the Sixth street carline.
con'sTdcr'ed. wm a qnestlon that ought ; with the hore that vo��� *���� b* ��n��
fo bo tak"; up at lots by the bord. I �������d to enjoy a well merited retire-
lie said he understood that thc rails ment.    ���     .    . ^
tbat were being Uld were being pbce.l ,,.,,'    ��� .. ��.
on a curve from Westminster to Join New Hotel for Port Mann
the line on Fourth avenue In the Roy- The contract has been let by Mr
al Citv Instead of being laid straight ^ Manly of Grand Forks. B.^C. for the
1 day ln a very short ttivie. up lit Aider
a��k  you  to  accept thla I 8*ove s�� Kno\*fZ. n*? mm f^'i"8/,w
of  our  regard  und    our   Singer U buUditafi there a Ue anu om,
ber mill.    Mr. Elnser has been in the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^	
lumber broking bu.taess'In Vancouvei' ', ^d Vtte~ Mrttantk" of" Point" dre'y
for mm* time   with-  offices   ln   th<M *0r domestic use during the last couple
lr. \
.m- \
hn I
1
That t,here has befcin an
rise In' tne cobt ol electricity as aup
^^^^^���gDonnelty   an*    >.alt   wore   wntmew.       ..,.,,.     i.v:jp^4.-^wu*"A**pt����*S*Siit*
,me*nlaln-\\to tv,<1 Ve"* ln the penitentiary, and j"   *     --"-"'���"*.        -      ��� *.m��r
throuah to connect with tbe Une on ] erection of a new hotel on Bon Accord
..   ^-,���a-... u.*. ��-���i��� I square. Port Mann.   The work c tht*
foundation has been started and
SLth street. Tie pointed out that this j square. Port Mann.   The work on the
dis-
the
wouid mean a lot to Edmonds ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
trict as if the rails were run straight, hotel Is exacted to be complete:! Of
throiich to Join the Sixth street Une the end of iMf��rch. Tt will cost in the
it woull very greatly shorten the dls- .neighborhood of $8000 without the fur-
tanre to Edmonds from the city.*    A.nlshlngs.
committee,   consisting   of   President I ���    ���       �����������       n-----.      	
Walker With Messrs. Brown.- Brltton , g^!,fact0rily settled. The report ex-
and Coldioutt. was appointed to Inter- ^ Jn y,ew rf ^
view the comrany In regard   to thl.  �����*    |m   ^    ^^   ^
Mr^T. S. Sharpe complained that j freight traffic more accommodation
there was not a proper equality of i WOU]d shortly be necessary at Ed-
rstes. according   to   distance, on   the  m(mdg BUUon>
Burnaby Lake Une.   It wo��W also. h��� pro8pectg of hav|ng the chan-
��aid   he a great convenience to man/| *���     w, XT���.,i. A����� ���#
if the cars stopped   at Hazard ^ road  nel and entra,nce_ t��_th,e^or_,^A��� rf0'
and a platform were
erected there, the Fraser river dredged and made
This malter was referred to the trans- j 3va)lab|e f0r purposes of navigation,
portatlon committee. ] lt waa gtated, were much better than
C^T��Jwoln^t��^M<ore, and the carrying out of this
renrescntaUves on tho Joint transpor-  work would prove of inestimable value
Ito   Burnaby,   South   Vancouver   and
voiced  a  com-1 poinl Grey The congtructlon of docks,
tutjon committee
Secretary Coldicutt
plaint about the noiee caused hy Intoxicated Hindus, and also spoke of
their herding together ln rooms of Inadequate space. Mr. H. W. iMans-
Held suggested that tbe councll should
be approached In this connection to
bring ln an amendment to the building bylaw.
President Walker thought the board
should put itself on record In favor
of restrictions being placed on the
supply of liquor to Hindus. He stated
that there were restrictions In the government health regulations aa to the
dimensions nt Hying rooms, and suggested that the connell should be requested to Instruct the municipal
health officer to see It these regulations were being carried out with re-
for some time   witM
Carter-Cotton buildlns, but,he has idow 1
undertaken thlr, new enterprise. '
Finally within the city limits the
old Independent Shingle company'u
plant will soon be at work again but
under new management. Mr. McMaster used to operate this mill, but
Messrs. ' Tucker and Davison hav9
taken it over, and mean to start operations at once. The mill tli situated at
the foot of Third avenui*.' ���
of months was brought to the attention of the council of that municipality
the other evening at its meeting.
The councillors were ln receipt of information where bills which bad been
averaging 12.25 to $2.50 have gone up
to $6.50 and $6.76 and trom about $7 to
over 111. The matter was not discussed at .ngth but the following motion,
made by Councillor Allen and seconded by Councillor Clugstone was pass-
*��j-����"��'��..����� ����� 4.11     r**~~a- t>u\��� \were also  m��ntloned avvd trie :.<>-���;<.���.-���
����!   LM    wn.^1     r^!J?   li tmenl ����*"��������"* to loon alter this,   tu
atta"������ "FU* ^h wiw    ��t  *n the8e matter*, aald the alderman,
stealing a coat   elected tor trial    at   Mr OUjord r<.niered every aK8i8tance>
the assizes  as al*o did Buddha Slngu     ^ ^        *       x   due       u
and truest Woods charged with com-   that such satisfactory results were at-
mining an Indecent act.   The fifteen   tai^e^ '
Russians from Burnaby   and   Clarke,
also of Burnaby, elected   for   speedy
trial.   The latter will come up for trial
on March 9   and   the   Russians   on
March 20.
BURNABY YOUNG MEN ���	
FORM ORGANIZATION
At the good roads convention many
interesting tapers were read, anions
which was cne by Mr. Thompson, city
engineer of Seattle. Much was learned by all the engineers present, ant)'
tbe relative values of different meth-
I ods were compared by the'gathering'
1 j of experts and others.
ST. JOHN, N. 8.,
IN GRIP OF GALE
St. John, N. B, Feb. 23.���Seldom
have weather conditions along tne
waterfront been worse than last night
ed:
iy
Whereas complaints have frequent-
been made of lat* to tbis council'
Edmonds,  Feb.  23.���The youth    of I
Burnaby took an important step   last
iy  Deen  mane ui  ��uie  *m uaw .,���....���.- , .
and the Individual members thereof of ' evening by forming an organization to
the increased amounts of accounts ren-, be known as tbe Burnaby Young Men's
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ dered    for monthly consumption ' of association. ��� i ^  .    ,
waterrront oeen worse ��-��u .*���** ������---, it^-bt for domestic use in the munlcl-1 The movement was started a few
Wltb a wind velocity of 50 miles an 'paiity <# p0int Grey, in some cases months ago by several well known
hour and increasing at intervals to Jj8 (amounting to 60 Or 75 per cent more! residents of tbe .municipality, an J two
miles, a big sea was running in    the I th^n ln other monthB of no ,ongor dut. ^^^^^^^^"
harbor so that few   boats   cared.   *��  ation of night; '" *      '
piw iff mis
wharves and grain elevators, he said,
should be appreciated by the federal
authorities' as one ot tbe principal fac
tors in h .ilding up tbe west of Can
ada, and no time shou.d be lost ln car
rylng this out.
He supposed the idea of keeping In
vlewthe movement having for Its object the establishment of county
councils. The time had arrived, hc
remarked, when the board and the
councll should jointly embark upon a
publicity scheme In the endeavor to
attract Industries to the district. ���
;'������ Tbe report of the secretary showed
a balance ln the bank of $31.10.
The election of officers resulted aa
follows:     Honorary president, Reeve
I Weart; president, Mr. B. G. Walker;
P. B. Brown; sec-
move about. So fierce, was, the cal��
that the C. P. R. liner Mount Temple,
Captain Moore, from London and Antwerp, whicb anchored off the island
at 8 o'clock yesterday morning, found
it necessary to put to sea again.
The steamer has 690 passengers, and
it is'expected that It the weather
moderates the liner will dock ln the
morning. ^^^^m
Be it,' therefore resolved, that this
council directs tbe attention of the
B. C. Electric company to these excessive charges, with the request that
the same may bb investigated and
remedied."
Another resolution, moved by Councillor Richardson, seconded 'by Councillor Locklln, was passed aa follows:
That the attention  of the Provln
The coal steamer Lingan Captain ct8, 0overoment be caIle<i to the nec-
Paterson, from Sydney. JJ. S.. wh ch eiSaUy 0, preventing any encroachment
arrived at the island, was compelled, 0I1 the publIc bathlng be^h on D. L.
to put out Into the bay again.      .       1640 by adjacent property owners, and
Blown from the top of a railway tKat ,h,8 beach be m8intained oyen
van by a fierce gust of wind, _Con-  and free t0 the pubMc#..      ~   TT
ductor William Tobln, of the C. P. R..
was seriously Injured at Gaspereaux
station yesterday, and Ib now lying ln
the hospital witb one ankle broken
and the other badly sprained, He waa
in charge of a freight going west, and
in the course of hla duty had. to. climb
to tho top of the van for signalling. A
squall blew him off the car.
-   . K-
gard to Hindu*. p^���
Mr. A. V. McPherson thought  that j vice-president, Mr. P. B. Brown; sec-
i* hoard should recommend   to the | rotary, Mr. T. D. Coldicutt; chairman
...--_.     ���,.��   wilt   u.1,   nnr.iilnt
Mr. W. B. Grelg was appointed assistant engineer, to assume his duties
March 1. .
An application from the Society for
the Prevention ot Cruelty to Antmals
for a grant of $200 was referred to the
finance committee, and tbe application or the Kerrlsdale football club for
the use bt tbe Recreation park was referred to the parks committee.
A bylaw governing the use  of ex
weeks ago a committee was appointed
to draw up constitution and' by-laws.
Tbe object of tbe association will bo
tbe favorable development of the
minds and bodies of Its members by
means of debates, lectures, lending
Ubrary, gymnasium, athletics and
social features. Mr. W. Griffiths,
municipal comptroller, occupied the
chair, with J. C. Whttbury secretary
pro tem.   ���
Mr. B. G. Walker, who ls taking an
active Interest in the'new organisation,
was present and gave valuable assistance in tbe matter ot drafting the constitution, and the following were
elected officers: Honorary president,
B. G. Walker; vice-presidents, Reeve
J. W. Weart, F. M. Brltton, E. Stride,
D. C. Patterson, W. S.Rose; president,
W. Griffiths; vice-president, H. Swor-
^^^^ J. W.
TAlf Of TWO-BITS
George Salt
Gun  and
Looked   Down  Robber's
Shelled  Out  Twenty-
five Cents.
Two-bits! It ls a Email sum, but
one hates to be forced to pau with lt
at the end of a presumably loaded gun,
but that was the experience of Qeorge
Salt on Thursday evening, when be
was told to throw up bis hands by
an unknown man on tbe Central
School grounds and made to shell out
the old traditional way of holdup men.
George Salt is manager of the Royal
City Mills' manufacturing department.
He does not think that there ls much
chance of ever catching the m-jn, aa
der; secretary   and   treasurer, j. w. i -������---  ,
Whitburn; auditors, P. B. Brown and ��tjthe time of the robbery, the latter
T. D. Coldicott; committee. T. Disney. lh��d hl" tot ��,ull��d **" ove* *ls *�������-
W. Grifltbi, H. Sworder. M. Murray,
M. Sworifer, C. Brown, V. Andrew and
E. Goodwin,.
AMERICAN WRECKED ,N BTBA|T8 j pteiives" in bla^ffeg In the municipal-
  | Ity wm considered In committee of
the board should recommend
council that a building bylaw be passed.    Only one house, he  considered,
should be built on a lot, and certain
sanitary   provisions'
A motion proposed by Mr. P. B.
Brown was carried that the attention
of the council be rolled to the overcrowding of thefe Hindus.
In his annual report, President
WnlVer expressed gratification at the
wonderful progress that had been
made hv the municipality dnrintr the
past year, Tho representation* of the
board to the B. C. Electric Rsilwav
Companv, upon vnriout matters, hnd.
he utfltert, received atth"? hands of the
com"iiv r.o'trtPouH and BvminthaMe
Tonsl^-nflon. The fare��i between the
been reduned in some
Victoria.   Feb.   23.���The ' American
���.��� ..... .. _.  I fishing schooner Dolphin waa totally
of committees, who will each appoint j wreCkea thla morning In the straits.
two members to his respective com
ioi, ana ce�� wu , mittee���finance, Mr. W. 8. Rose;
should be lm- \ roads and bridges, Mr. H. Disney; advertising, Mr. B. F. Tucker; commerce and industry, Mr. H. W. iMans-
fleld;transportation, Mr/ T. P. Morrison: navigation, Mr. F. M. Brltton.
Messrs. E. C. Godwin. E. Green and
H. Disney were elected members.
In reply to a letter from the board,
the municipal clerk wrote to the effect that Instructions had Heen given
to the engineer to advertise for tenders for the extension of the old municipal Hall.
On tbe motion of Mr. W. McCur-
ragh lt was resolved to aBl: the wn-
cll to frame a bvlaw regnlatlnc
weights and measures. Another recommendation to the counett, pro""*����/i
by Mr. McPherson, was.that a building
Three members of the   crew
rescued by the steamer Joan.
were
t*a*o clticn b��d	
measure, sti4 the question of freedom
ot trs"��fer from the Interurban to the
New ,W��tmifiater city lines had been' bylaw should be passed
Still Minus Bride.
Winnipeg, Feb. 23.���George WAtson.
who gBlned a bride last Saturday and
lost her in half an hour, Is ftlll without his wife. No, steps ba.v.e been
taken by any ��Wt the parties concerned
and the identity 6f the bride is still
withheld.  vj
Trusty Commits Suicide.
Edmonton, Alti.. Feb. 23.���Hans
Nlelson, a trusty. ��*��d 60, committed
suicide In the R. N. W. M. P. barracks
stable here between seven and eight
this morning, while all the police were
at hfeakfiiBt, by bUfiglng himeeTf to a
rafter with a halter. He jumrod from
tbe hay loft, breaking his neck.
the whole and forwarded to the solid
tor. It provided for the Issue of permits for blasting and the examination
as to his fitness for the handling of
explosives of applicants fot permits.
It is also provided that persons securing permits and the men stationed to
give warnings of blastings, should be
nbleto e^eak; the English i.tnaruare so
i that their warnings could be understood by rassers-by.
bad hla bat pulled ^^^^^^^^^^
He thinks that it would be impossible
for him to recognize the highwayman,
again. And, after all, he Only lost two-
bits!
ARRANQEMENT8 FOR
8PECIAL RE-SURVEY
Hand-cuff King Supreme.
Professor Reese, "the hand-cult king,"
is proving his right to the title at the
��$*������; aS^mp^to ESS I h *��*����"' *"?b- ��-*���*���*> *�� to
.*.'-��*.   .Tlfe JL *��, tried |SerartrlKirrtehe .^
with their regulation hand-cuffs and
an Oregon boot, but the professor got
away from everything, and is still
challenging amateura and professionals to come up and do their worst.
Harry Davis and the "shooting stars"
are also attracting a lot of attention.
Davis' shooting powers are certainly
well out of the ordinary, and it Is
amaflng to fee him from slack wire
..-.,��� .or trapeze pick off the targets sur-
Conner. I rounding bis Uvin? assistants.   Pearl
Clovert!al�� Hotel Sold.
The Columbia hotel   at Cloverdale
bas been sold by Samuel R.
The purchasers are Thomas h. ....*.....���	
and George Freeman, who paid #3000  well aa over, and tho i est of tho pro
for the furniture and pood will ' '"���" *" tn **��� ���������������� >
The purchasers are tK^irE. I &i*��a ����� ^_��^^*^!��*!
Bisbop Consecrated.
Victoria, fteb. 23.���Dr. Rowr will he
tt>rrMJhrat��4 flMhop of Cnl#hbta >er��
tomorrow,   Archbishop   MitbieeOn of-
gram Is well un to the average
Last of the Senators,
Ottawa.
Feb.    2:1.���Ken.    WtUt��M
council meeting, and the municipal
solicitor was requested to interview
the provincial authorhica at Victoria
to find whether the special survey ack
might apply to district aB well aa to
city municipalities. He bas reported!
to the council that the act ls beinr
amended so as to help out the present
Situation. In hla letter to thc council
in reference.to tbla subject, he remarks: "If this becomes Jaw, proceedings may be taken in the usual way tr* .,
obtain an order from the attorney '
general for a special survey."
Some Interesting developments rrflr*:
expected when thla takes place, aa it*.
Is a known fact that there are many
houses in the. easterti part of the: nmni-
Mlller tart of the senators crpoftted loir'slto situated on public roa:'s��
hv roval proclftmatlon In 1887, died'while tbe latter aro.ruling tttroucti
this afternoon ,~. .       prlrr.lt rwrerty. PMirTwn
�� THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912.
W*
Wants
0^^t___0t**sm0*s^s^^0���
WAirtKD ���TWO   LABORERS   TO
move tessitura.   Denny & Ross.
REPRESENTATIVE REQUIRED AT
onoe haviag real estate or similar
erperienceL Ask for E. W. Cra-
docfe. BritislhCanadian Home Build-
era, 1,��*. 626 Columbia etreet.
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know tbat 1 am now operating the
only pasteurtxed bottled milk plant
la Ike dty and will deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the dty or district. Milk,
9 quarts fer $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint Phone your order to R873
or wrtle Glee Tana Dairy, Queens-
bore, Ln��a Island.
DON'T BURN
Waste Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we will collect, free of
H. P.
charge.
VIDAL & CO.
CITY    OF      NEW     WESTMINSTER
Health    Department.
Regulations
of
FOR SALE
SOB SALE���THE STEEL MALLEA-
ble Kaage; Canada's Pride; on
easy terms. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square. 	
TOR RALE-AGASSIZ POTATOES
in large ��r amall quantities at $35
per too. or $1.75 per sack; guarantee every potato sound; free delivery within dty; terms crsh. Hatt
Cook. 527 Front street, New Westminster.   Plione 550..
TO RENT.
TO REST���FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms.   224 Seventh street.
TO RENT-
unfarnisbed, housekeeping apart
ments; steam heated; hot and co'.d
watei-. Apply room 9, K. of P. hall,
coraer Agnea and Eighth streets.
TO RENT-���NICELY FURNISHED
front room on first floor. .703
Agnes street, opposite library.
CANADA EXPORTS
MUCH PULPWOOD
���;
ment for the collection of garbage,
These tags must be purchased from
the Tax Collector's Department, City
Hall, only, and wil) not be sold in lesa
than one dollar quantities.
Tags cannot be purchased from the
Collectors and ihey are forbidden to
sell or attempt to sell to any perso:i
same under the penalty of instant
dismissal.
Every person must deliver to the
-UCHT, FURNISHED Ott I garbage Collector a tag or   tags   in
payment for the collection, at the
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 plating 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:
FIXED   CHARGES   FOR    REMOVAL
OF GARBAGE, ETC.
1.   The owner, agent or occupant of
each house Ib required by law to provide separate and proper receptacles
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
.LOST���BSD BILL BOOK CONTAIN-   and must be circular.   Cans must  be
ing   money   and   receipts. - Finder  placed in a position on the   ground
please ntm to 208   Front   street, I ll oor  of the  premises, easily  accessi-
mmSL receive reward. \ ble to the collector, and when filthy,
__��(leaking or In any way defective, must
'be  repaired  or renewed.
for   the   Collection
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 is
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 pay-  of 58 cents per cord more paid for exported pulpwood at the point of ship-
Over Sixty Per Cent of the "Cut" sent
Out of the Country In the Year
of 1910.
Ottawa, Feb. 23.���A review of the
pulpwood exportation from Canada
has been issued by R. H. Campbell,
Dominion Director of Forestry. The
report reads in part:
"In 1910 only some 4000 cords more
wood were cut for pulp in Canada
than in 1909. Of the 1910 amount of
1,541,620 cords, 23,042 cords less were
manufactured in Canada than In 1909,
and 27,508 cords more were exported.
"Over GO per cent of the pulpwood
cut in Canada during 1910 was sent
out of the country without further labor being expended on it. The United
States manufactured it into pulp and
paper. The amount paid for this wood
was $6,210,042 or an average of $6-58
per cord. As the average paid by Canadian mills was $6, this is an average
FOUND.
FOUMD-rAN    KINGLISH      SETTER
pup ahout four or flve months old,
bUek and white spotted.
112.
Telephone
FOUND���AT EAST BURNABY, ONE
black mar*; height about 13%
hands; Iliad Tegs white, white stripe
on face; weighs about 700 pounds.
Apply 1�� pound keeper, Edmonds. G.
Grady-
LOST.
I/)ST���ON THE 20TH PURSE WTTH
strap containing car pass, three five-
dollar bills; also smaU pieces of silver aad aome receipts. Finder please
to Daily News Office.
ment.
"From United States forest products bulletins it is seen that approximately two-flfths of the pulpwood imported by that country is manufactured into mechanical pulp, and three-
fifths into sulphite pulp, and that a
cord of wood produces about one ton
of mechanical pulp, or half a ton of
chemical pulp. This means that from
the 94:1,141 cords of Canadian pulpwood sent to the United States, 377,-
250 tons of mechanical pulp were made
'and 282,992 tons of sulphite pulp. The
Value of these 060,248 tons of pulp, for
which ln the form of pulpwood, Canada received $6,210,042, was at the
average price ($20.49 per ton), paid in
1910 by United States importers of
wood pulp, $13,528,481. Thus Canada
did not get one-half the amount she
would have received if all pulpwood
were converted into pulp on Canadian
soil.
"Authoritative information supplied
by the Department of Customs leads
to the statement that the total pulpwood export waa cu from the various
provinces in the following amounts
and values: 779,000 cords, worth $5,
090,000, from the timber limits of
Quebec; 90,000 cords, worth $647,000
from New Brunswick, and 74,000 cords,
worth $437,000 from Ontario."
ELECTROLISIS.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS. MOLES
and warts permanently, removed by
- Miss E. Short, of Vancouver. Room
8, Collister block, Wednesdays and
Thursdays.    Phone 978.
Official
Am^kcement
New Westminster People���You Are Two Weeks Ahead of the Rest of  the  World
".'     _ _       '    ' ,'~'.     ""..'��� '    .       '..,..'.   \ '   ������"" '      ������> ��� ���'
LISTEN
Do you know that YOU, out of the whole of the Dominion of Canada, have been accorded the first opportunity to secure, BY DIRECT PURCHASE, the flrst pick of the inside business'and residential properties ln
the official Townsite of PORT MANN ?
To realize just what this means, let ub tell you that the Vancouver hotels are at this moment crowded
with Investors from all over the country awaiting the   opening   of this very   sale in that city.
Do you know that we'have, In the heart of the City of PORT MANN, choice residential lots, all cleared,
with the street grading now in progress, at prices ranging from $800 to $1200 each, on terms extending
over 2|/2 years.  .These lots have a frontage of from 50 feet to 66 feet, and an average depth of 125 feet.
Beautifully located residential Sites, a few blocks from the centre ofthe business section, can be handled
for $200 to $300, and we venture to assert that within 3Q days not one of those will be left on the market.
Compare these prices with those obtaining for outlying sub-dlvlslons.
We do not purpose reviewing tho many facts relating to this City which are filling the press dally; sufficient to say that the Canadian Northern have set out to make their Paciflc Coast terminus what the C. P. R.
have made Vancouver; and Mackenzie & Mann have not yet started out to do anything that they have not
accomplished. \ ;
NOW
Are you going to buy at the flrstrock buttom prices, with tha whole townsite to choose from; or are you going to wait and pick up what you can later  at fancy figures, from the early purchasers.
Call and let us show you how carefully the townsite has been laid out and the splendid natural conditions utilized to the utmost.
*
THIS IS YOUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY
lt will only last a few days; make the most of it and see us NOW
#
Motherwell & Darling
EXCLUSIVE OFFICIAL TOWNSITE AGENTS
744 Columbia St., New Westminster Branch Office, Port Mann, B. C
AHD, CURTIS & DORGAN
706  Columbia   Street.
City Pioperty and Farm Lands.
EDMONDS���66x198 feet, on Vancouver road, right at station. $2300;
one- ISvird caah.
EDMONDS���Lot all cleared, 74x135
approximate, very close to station.
$1200; ene-thitd cask.
EDMONDS���tot 63x132 feet, on Vancouver road, just north of Burnaby
ball.   tl.UiO; one-third casb	
EDMONDS���60x132, cleared, on Mary
avenue, right uear station. $1200,
one-third cash.
EDMONDS���On Henry street,   lot
by IIS.   $625; one-third cash.
66
EDMONDS���On Burford road, near
Oxlonl road, few 38x112 foot lots.
$350; $50 cash. $10 monthly.
EDMONDS���On Henry street, near
Kighth street or Douglas road,'close
to Edmonds road car. $550 each;
one-quarter cash, balance monthly.
LONDON STREET, CITY���50x132 foot
lot, four bts from Twelfth street,
tipper aide.   $4300; one-third cash.
FOURTH AVENUE, CITY���Corner
Klerenth street. 132x132 feet, streets
oo three sides. $4500; terms arranged.
SURREY FARMS���On B. C. Electric
eight miles out in Surrey, at $100 an
arte, is tbe cheapest land In B. C.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columhla Street.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
All acoounCB against the Corpora-
'tlon must be at Uie City Hall not luter
thsn tbe 5th of each month for tbe
lire v ious month's accounts., ln order
that they may be paid on or about tlie
20tli. otherwise they will lay over till
.the following month.
W.. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
New Westminster, Feb. 22. l'Jl2.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence ot the rapidly In-
creaumg volume of business, It In ordered by lhe council that in future n.i
.applicants, will be considered by tho
Board of Works unless such applications are rwrived seven dnyg before
thc date of mcviiiir. on February the
19th Jnst.. and oa every alternate Monday tfivreafier.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk.
Kdnwods, R. C, Feb. 12,. 1012.
3. Put into garbage cans all animal and vegetable refuse from the
kitchen, rags, waste paper, old shoen.
rubbers, floor sweepings and all miscellaneous refuse that can bs hauled
away.
4. To have a clean can at all times
and this department suggests that al!
garbage be drained, before putting in
can. It will then neither smell badly
Iln hot weather, or-freeze in colJ
weather.
I 5. Send all orders for service an,J
report all complaints to the Healtn
Inspector, Phone 70, City Hall.
6. Every person having scavenging
work done by the city, shall pay io
the city the following fees and
charges, that is to say:
For hauling refuse, per cart load,
$1.26.
Packing out, per load, 50c.
Picking up dogs and cats, 50c.
Taking away horses, $5.00.
'Taking away colts, 1 year and   under, $2,
Taklhg away cows, $5.00.
Taking away calves, 1 year and under $2.
Taking away pigs, 75c.
Taking away goats, 75c.
Taking away sheep, 76c.
Taking away flsh, offal, 75c for one
half load or less, and over to $1.26.
Taking away slaughter house offal
7Gc for one half load er lesB, und over
to $1.25.
Emptying dry earth closets, $1.00.
MISCELLANEOUS   SERVICE,
One load ashes or rubbish, per loud,
12.60.
Hess than load, tlhai, $1.00.
Ono load of cow manure, $2.Ofl.
Pick up orders, per can for garbage.
23c.    Koch additional can  10c.
All of the above prices aro governed
by Roctlon 2 of these rules. AsheB,
papers und rubbish must be placed a:
the hack entrance or curb where
easily accessible, otherwise an additional charge will b0 addod for time
required ln carrying and handling
Bame.
Scavengers will make daily rounds
through the most thickly populated
parts of tbe city; namely, commencing at the foot of Tenth street and extending to Koyal avenue, thence east
as far as Leopold Place, taking in
Front Btreet, Columhla street, Agnes
street, Carnarvon street, Royul avenue; nnd on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays of each week to every
occupant of any premises within the
city limits.
B, I PEARCE,
Health Inspector
f
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. REID
LAND   REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles    Exnmlned,   Land  Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
How and Where to Get Money
To
Own   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 2l/2% interest on a 5% basis
How to avoid exhorbitant in-
tereit
How to get $2,000
How to get $3,000
How to get $5,000
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 build your own home or to buy the one you are
living in.   You haven't the necessary security to   borrow It   on, or If you
have the security you don't want to pa y th�� high rate of Interest a*!-.ed.
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 years for $272.65.
Let us explain our plan to you. t
This company, the Unlvrsal Home Security Company, Ltd., was organized by the Peoples Trust Company, Ltd., to provide an easy way for people without moans, to own their own homes.
Come In and let us talk to you,
For your convenience wo are open every night till nine o'clock.
Our offices are situated In the Peoples Trust Company's offices, and our
telephone Is 655..  Our postofflce box Is 596.
If you haven't time to call, write or phone ua and one of our representatives will explain our plana to you.
Remember this Is a straight bomflde proposition, backed by the Peoples Trust Company, Ltd., one of the largest and most Influential companies
in the Province.
IHE UNIVERSAL HOI SHY COMPANY, Ltd.
OFFICES IN THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO.
PHONE 655
.���
' 8ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
��� Works Department. Tenders for Road
Plant
The Corporation invite Tenders for
the supply of tbe tollowing:
Seven dump  wagons (two-yard  capacity).
Six dump carts.
Four wagon gears (Hamilton).
Two road graders (large slze)��
Five wheel scrapers.
Eighteen slip scrapers (large size),
with runners.
Eight No. 1 Oliver Chilled ploughs.
Four Pick Ploughs.
Further   particulars  to be   had
personal application to the  Municipal
Engineer,
CHILH DIES WHILE
UNDER CHLOROFORM
Coroner's Jury Declares More Precautions Might Hsve Beer. Taken In
Cnie o."  16-year-Old   Boy.
Vancouver, Feb.  23.���More   precau-
| tion mignt have  been   taken to   pre-
��n i vent the death of Allan, the six-year-
""'  old son of Mr. W. H. Crowe, 1731 Haro
_     .       ,     ., ... I street, is the opinion of the coroner's
Tenders for the supply of any or all j jury  wblch Inquired  into   the   death
the above, F. 0. B. at Edmonds  Sta-j Thursday   atternoon.
tion, B. C. E. R. to be delivered to the   with the abov
""   before   12   noon
undersigned, on   or   _.
Monday, tlie 26th day   of   February,
1912.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Comptroller.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C. February, 16, 1912,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North Easterly half of Lot
2, Block 13, ln the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of title number 1132F, issued ln
the name of the Westminster Masonic Temple Company, Ltd., has been
Died at this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,,..... ���.******* *,, mama u
at the expiration of one month from j and weakness of the heart
the date of the first publication here- sils were very much
of, In a daily newspaper published !n ! tlcally meeting. ^^^^^^
the City of New Westminster, issue a Dr. Walter Graham stated that the
duplicate of the said Certificate, un- operation of cutting the tonsils was
less In tbe meantime valid objection suggested by medical practioners be-
be made to me in writing. fore the Crowe family had left  Eng-
C. S. KEITH,      land, and was attempted at their home
District Registrar of Titles.   In Vancouver on Monday.   "The child
Land Registry  OfTice, New  Westmln-  had had measles three or four -weeks
B. Ci Jan. 27, 1912. previously and as dlptherla   very fre-
i fluently follows measles and la preva-
The verdict,
e rider, was to the effect that death was due to heart failure while under tbe influence of chloroform, ln summing up the case Coroner A. B. Diplock of North Vancouver, who presided in the absence of
Coroner Thomas Jeffs, stated that
there had been many minor complications and contradictions In tbe medical testimony which had, however,
been cleared up when the witnesses
were recalled to the hox. In the opinion of one of the witnesses the case
was one of the saddest In which he
had ever testified.
Dr. George Frederick Curtis testified
that he made a post mortem examination of the body. He thought that
death was the result of chloroform ln
the  presence  of  status  nemphaticus
The ton-
enlarged, prac-
TWO BIG
FEATURES
At The
ROYAL
theatre!
TODAY
fURMTUIiE-DRY GOODS
flpp
WIT
"WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE"
Wait
PROf. REESE
"THE HANDCUFF KING"
He even puzzles the
police
HARRY DAVIS
and the
"SHOOTING STARS"
America's Greatest Shooting
Bter
Act.
PEARL GILMAN
New Songs, New Gjwns.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 43, 46, 47, 48, 57, B8 and Gl.
62, 63, ��4,-65 of lots 8 and 11 Suburban Block 18, in the City of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 1455F, Issued In
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
been filed ln thiB 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
lent In the city at present and if a
child with tonsils like that get3 diphtheria it is almost sure to be fatal, it
was decided to operate. Witness had
performed the operation. The child
had taken the chloroform all right,
and witness had punched off the tonsils, leaving little or nothing but
shreds, and he had swabbed the throat
out. by that time the child was coming to and a little more anaesthetic
was administered. The boy turned
suddenly pale after.the sesond dose
of the chloroform and the heart stop-
��� ��� ; fed.    Dr. Shurle then proceeded with
the City of New Westminster, issue a ] artificial respiration.
duplicate of the  said  Certificate.
,    Witness had in-
,   ... m -  ""'jjected whisky into the body bv means
less in the meantime valid objection1   -     ��� -     ^^m ^^^^^
be made to me in writing.
W.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office. New Westmin
ster, B. C. Feb. 16. 1912.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL- (Paid-Up-)   . . .$+6,418,000.00
RESERVE $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada end
Newfoundland, and In London, England, Nsw Tork, Ch<cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
basking business transacted. Letters of Credit IssuM.   available    wltb
correspondents In all parta of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpsrtment���Deposits
reclved in suras of $1 and upward,
and tuterest allowed at S par eent per
annum  (preseut rate).
Total   Assets  over  S186.000.000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
FURNITURE
>
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
...    421 Columbia St.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbia
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
i New Westminster, B.
Workshop 611 Victoria Street.
(Over Dally News.)
C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH to IB H. P.
I and 4 Cycle.
Local Aosnts
Westminster Iron Works
Phone SS.
Tenth St, New Westminster.
I of a hypodermic syringe and had otherwise attempted to renew life. Witness, after stating that the cause of
death was status nemphaticus, explained the.meaning of the expression. He
stated that about one child ln five
thousand was born witb felauus in
(every part or the body, in tue throat,
..ehind the noso, nnd behind the
chest. The people, even if they had
ferown up, would die if they received
even the smallest dose of an anaesthetic, he believed that the child mitbt
liave died even if the set ond dose baa
not been administered.
Mr. Crowe, uncle of the child, ask-
cd the witness why he had said that
ho had cut thc tonsils when Dr. Curtis bad examined the body aft^r deatn
and found that they were enlarged
and almost met. Dr. Curtis was resworn and testified thnt he meant to
say that signs indicated that the tonsils had been enlarged.
Dr. Shurle testified that he h-id been
called upon to give an anaesthetic to
the boy. He bad given the first dose
and wben the lad had come to again
he li.nl administered four or five drops
more when the stoppage of the circulation under the chin warned him that
something was wrong. He then started In to get artificial respiration but
was unsuccessful.
in reply to questions be stated that
he had made an examination of tbe
boy before he had fallen under the influence of the anaesthetic.
Mrs. Crowe then took the stand and
stated that she had been present till
the chloroform was administered to
her boy, but no examination had been
made.
Dr. Shurle answered that after tfie
flrst drops had been given the boy, but
before be was under the influence, he
had examined tbe lad and did not
think that the heart was weak. The
lad was so restless that he had to be
tied to the table.
The father of the boy told the Jury
that the only medical testimony he had
received In reference to the boy having his tonsils cut out was from the
family doctor In the old country who
had made a remark about It a long
time ago. Tbe boy was one of the
healthiest, he believed, that had ever
lived.   '
The Jury were out almost an hour
before bringing In a verdict. The In-
��m��Bi. w?s held at the undertaking parlors of Messrs. Green & Merkley, Pender-'street.
Battle with loe Floes.
Picton, Ont., Feb. 23.���Battling
with the ice does and the raging
waters of Lake Ontario for eight
hours, George Bilkie, the "hermit" of
Main Ducks Island, southeast of
Princ.p Edward county, arrived at
Point .Traverse late Tuesday with a
thrilling tate.
Ill fpr many weeks, Mr. BUkle determined to leave his lone'y Island and
seek a physician on shore. He had
only a small punt, to which he had
rtxefd iron shoes as runners. He
started on his Journey armed with a
pike pole and a pair of oars. For the
flrst two miles he had run into an Ice
barrier. Glare Ice, rough hummocks
and small patches of open water
stretched out twelve miles or more.
This was the experience of a man exhausted through long Illness.
He sank time after time from sheer
exhaustion. Several times he was
| obliged to shift his course. In all he
! thinks he really went a distance of
twenty miles in the attempt to reach
land, which In reality was twelve
miles from the Main Ducks. Finally
he landed after nn awful flght, and
when he sought shelter he was all but
overcome.
LOUISE BYRD
Illustrated Song.
3 "Never Seen Before"
PHOTO  PLAYS.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Don't go on paying house rent. You
can't afford to cripple your future independence. Investigate todaj- what
ls really being offered by the unique
home purchasing plan, introduced
here   by
BRITISH CANADIAN HOME
BUILDERS, LTD.
626 Columbia St.
Evening
Office Open Saturday
9:30.
For Our Advertisement
in   this  evenings
Columbian
The Most Startling
Trade Offe
Ever ��iven by any firm on this
continent signalling the introduction of our new goods department
Has proved to be
such a great success
that I have decided
to continue it on the
rest  of the month
I have two carloads of Pianos
on my floors for you to choose
from. You do not have to guess
at any Rebus to get my prices;
they are In plain figures below.
This fs not a Manufacturer's
Piano Sale, these are my own
goods. .
S. S. "Prince Rupert'
3500 Tons;   7000   horse    power.
Prom Johnson's Wharf.
At     12     Midnight���Mondays
North; Saturdays South.
EVERY  MONDAY
PRINCE RUPERT
Connecting -wltb S.8. **��
Port   Simpson,   Port
Stewart, M asset t, Skidegate, PatMO^
Lockport, Jedway,   etc,
points on the Grand Trunk I
Railway.
EVERY SATURDAY far
VICTORIA and SEATTLE
via  Chicago.    Yesr oSmtao
Through Tickets to Eastern Destinations
of Routes.      	
TICKETS TO AND FROM  EUROPE���ALL LINES.
City Offices 527 Granville Street
Telephones:    Passenger Seymour 7100, Fright Seymror
Express Seymour 7986. Vancouver, 8. C
J"our small Dominion, fuli
Iron frame mahogany, ��� quick
repeating uction. Regular
price tZ-iS. Sale price
$g35	
Four four-foot six Dominion
Mahogany or Walnut full
Iron frame, bass strings
wound with best copner wire.
Regular price $376. Sale price
$260
Four Mahogany or walnut
Dominion Pianos, four-foot
eight high walnut or mabog-
, any full. Iron frame. Regular
price $450.   Sale price
$335
��� ��������� ������   ' "���'���- ������"   ��� '-������
Three Dominion Louis XV.
walnut or mahogany, four
foot eight high; l.cgular $500.
Sale price
$390
I
Two very large Dominion
walnut or mahogany. Theso
are the best. Pianos built ln
Canada, no matter what
make you get. Louis XV.
Regular price $650. Sale
price
$460	
One Louis XV. Circassian
walnut Gerhard HelnUmsn.
This ls a beautiful Piano.
Regular price $475. Salo
price
$375
Two Player Pianos, Louis XV
walnut or mahogany; no better on the market. Regular
prlqa $800.   Sale price
$700
One beautiful Dominion
PianOi Massion oak; regular
price $360.   Sale rrioe
$250
We want you to come in and oompare our prices with any other
house In British oCIumbla. Quality considered the Dominion and
Gerhard HelUman is both old stand-bys ln Canada, Ask anyone who
owns one. We will be glad to show you through our store whether
you buy or not. '���*
Terms, either cash or easy payments if desired.   Don't forget the
address. ,,_.���.   ,.., , .���.
B.C. Mills
limber  and 1 rading  Co.
Manufacturers aad Dealera in A41 Kinds ol
LUMEBR. LATH, SHINGLES, 8A8H,   DOORS,   INTERIOR  F
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch   ,
Telephone 18 New Westminster *t
1
.W
FOR CHOICE
FISH
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P. BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
s
Jn     Ha
Music House
419 Durr Block.   ���       Columbia Street, Now Wsstmlnstsr, B.C.
N.B.���We ha���� an expert piano tuner connected with our store.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C
Are wejl stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER TOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A[specially large stock of Laths, Shingles ani
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while pri
I
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THE DAILY NEW!.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARV 24, 1912.
Mi ��� aniiiiBiiiw.
The Daily News
^by^Th* Dally News Publleh-
t*K CBliiglWy.'BHhMed, at their offlces,
eerner   of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
saturoA*. February n,
1912.
"The House of Quality and Low Prices"
rm  ���
CLASS PRIY^EGE AND CLASS
T   '   ' WAR.
���Evldence^S published yesterday
Indicating tbe" development of the
.spirit of class antagonism in Canada
which bodes no good for the best interest of this country, says the
ToronM klfeff ^6* the one hand the
.advocaV and^eflciarles of tariff
privilege in TiffHament were reported
A8 stfftUte *Mr rtachlnery to entrench
Ahelr ftpec^ interests more firmly in
the legislation, n/ai institutions of government. fTheydemand a Tariff Com-
mission, not * unprejudiced experts
.to secure information which tbe
Finance Minister professes to require,
hut of partisans who, as Mr. H. B.
Ames explains,-must first be ln sympa-
,thv with the *lgh protection interests
���which already control the government.
On the ptbSr hand, spokesmen tor the
farmers in the country repudiate the
obligation HrtftUg on tuem to increase
their production of foodstuffs in the
interests pf city people who persist-
��ntl/BuppW*I*ss privilege and mam-
tain miilbftMns which are a handicap oil farm industry. The tarU-pro-
tected manufacturers for whom Mr.
Ames is spokesman in Parliament desire still greater advantage as against
the '"clamOOOMU consumers.' The
iarmers begtn tb see how they can retaliate by limiting their product^n of
foodstuffs and so force up the city
prices for farm produce. One farmer
from Grartnhtrrst very fankly disclaimed any obligation for the ease
of those who, he says, "neither toil
norw^'^.Jherp.is greater reward
ior his hard toll in marketing less
produce at the higher price than in
mote produce at the lower price.
And what answer has Mr. Ames and
bis privileged )jyiisociates to offer to
this calcMilatin^rmer ? There is an
answer, aisansjffer more authoritative
than ^iftWterOTt1, but it scarcely be-
eomefe", tiff raflilonalre who enjoys
tariff piwctioh" against "clamorous
���consumers" to offer that answer.
.There is coming about in Canada
-what sober men ought to havo foreseen as inevitable, a condition of class
warffbr'wfilclf't'he arrogance of clads
.privilege is to a degree directly responsible. Tbe growingly stern demands of the fhrmers In' Western
Canada is an illustration of it. The
Acknowledged indifference of farmers
in Ontario to the cries of .city people
against ttve exorbitant prlc��3 ot tood-
StUt^B
tlont
tariff
GAINS
For Week-End Shoppers
INLAID LINOLEUM.
Reg. $1.50 quality for  *1-10
Reg. $1.25 quality for 95c
Reg. $1.00 quality for 75c
PRINTED LINOLEUM8.
Reg. 50c. quality for 35c
Reg. GOc quality tor 45c
FLOOn   OILCLOTH.
30c quality for 22'/2c
TABLE   OILCLOTH.
Per yard  25c
MUSLINS.
Spot Muslin, for Bhort curtains,
per yard 7'/2c
CURTAIN RODS.
For Sash Curtains.
20c   value  for 15c
35c value for 25c
Outside Door Mats, each 30c
Compare these Values anywhero
in or out of the clty.
All Solid Quarter-Cut Oak
Buffets, Golden or Early English Finish, Leaded Glass or
Wood Panel Doors.
$37.00 value for *28.00
$39.00 value for $28.50
$42.00  value  for $32.00
$44.00 value for $35.00
$47.00 value for $39.00
SOLID   OAK   DINING   TABLE.
Golden   finish,   extends  to  six
feet.     Week-End    price,   only,
each       $10-����
$30.00   Quarter-Cut   Oak Table
for      *22.00
$28.50 Quarter Oak    Table   for
   $21.00
$24.00    Quartered    Oak    Table
for      *18-00
Our   Prices  Cannot   Be   Beaten
for Quality.
WILTON  SQUARES.
��-9x7%  ft.    *13-20
(i-'JxO  ft.    t.6.90
9x9   feet    ?22-40
9x10-6 ft.  ��23-50
9x12 ft   *33-����
BRUSSELS SQUARES.
6-8x7-6   ft.   for $9-60
9x9 ft for  %14M
9x10-6 ft. tor .$16.00
9x12 ft for.... $18.00
11-3x12 ft. for $22.40
VELVET   SQUARES.
These Rugs are   made   In one-
piece (no seams).
9x10-6 ft. for $18.40
9x12 ft. for  $21.00
10-6x12 ft. for -. $24.00
12x12 ft for $28.75
TAPESTRY SQUARES.
.In all sizes and prices from:
9x9 ft. for-.j..?  $8.00
10-6x12   ft.   fpr-........-.$16.90
Here Is Your Chance to Buy
LOTS RIGHT IN THE CITY
at Your Own Terms
The lots are all cleared and ln grass; water, light and telephone
right there; the sixe is 50x100, with lane; the terms are $75.00 cash
and the balance $75.00 every six months]    ��� ,,
Let us give you further particulars about these lots as you do
not get the chance to buy lots on such easy terms every day.
IVIcGILL & COON
Phone 1004. Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
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 Works Factory.
8APPERTON.
Galloway & Lewis
QUALITY FURNITURE
401 -403 Columbia Street Phone 82 )
New Westminster
Walker Bros. & Wilkie
Rooms 5 and 6, B. C. Electric Railway  Depot.
Phone 1105.
SAPPERTON���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 ready for plow, six slashed,
four standing alder; fenced.    $275 per acre;  one-third cash, balance to arrange.
Exclusive Sales
E. H. BUCKLIN, N.
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.
BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President
w. r.
Sec.
H. BUCKLIN.
and Treas.
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.  Shingles, 8ash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc
SIR
BADEN-POWELL
GIVES GOOD ADVICE
la t).uoXUer    Bigulfloant   VUuatta-
tlont   AVtM��$w>POBals ot the   high
in Parliament in'
this   antagonism
protectionists
stead of^ess^ning
only Intensify It.
if; Hon. W, T. White   has   discernment   enovlgpt' td   see   through   the
scheme the selfish Big interests    are
trying to "put over," tind if he has
strength enough to resist ;helr organized partisan and bl-i-artlsan intrlgueB,
he may not only justify his own professions and th* hopes of    his    best
friends, but���a   far   more   important
thing���-he may greatly   help   to take
out of-tbe-.wa.y..the chief cause of this
growing s; irlt of clar,f. strife.   If true
to his early creed he stands positively
and' resolutely   to  secure equality  of
opportunity for all the reople before
the law his lifp will tie justified.   But
if he joins hands with Mr. Ames, ana
Mr. Kemp, and all the agents of   the
protet ted ��� frtists, or if he allows them
to have their way in the conservation
of their rlaafl^prlvlleges, the last end
of his piibHAciireer will be worse than
the beginning,   ile is.now at the parting-of the J&ys, if indeed he has not
yet taken the fatal step, and what he
does will bo eventful, not for himself
alone, but for the integrity of life and
sentiment in Canada.
Khartoum   Cathedral.
Tin/ consecration of Khartoum Cathedral on the annlverslty of Gordon's
ueuth wag a notable event In tlie ud-
Mime of Christlanltj In Africa. The
*ti.dun of history will remember that
tnis is th,v second time tbal Christian-
ity baa made iis way Into the interior
<n Africa; the taiihuii, who watcb its
rapid progress st tne present day, will
have no iitniU o; lis ultimate triumph,
despite many encouraging symptoms
during the last tew years. Bul at this
moment it is best to look on tbe bright
side, and to recall the many converts
that have been made in I gonda, Kast
Africa, and along tiie West (.oust, as
well as among the people of the Sou-
flay. And the BiBhop of London, who
consecrated the luthrdrul .u Khartoum, cannot but realize how greal a
privilege it is for the church of whicb
lie Is one of the heads to carry the
faith Into tlie interior of what used to
be called tho Dark Continent.
Whatever may have been urged
against tlie church of England as a
misslnoary organization ln the ;>ust, It
has not for many years been remiss
Jn thc work of propaganda. There
were cathedrals at Zanzibar and Uganda before tho building of the cathedral
at Khartoum, nor should he work of
the missions In Sierra Leone and Nigeria' be forgotten in this connection.
Christianity bas advanced all along
the line In Africa since David Livingstone first made the call to Britain to
convert the whole continent, it Is advancing nt the expense of Papantsm,
not of Islam, a creed which is, according to many accounts, making even
mora rapid jirppross than Christianity.
Nevy York, Feb. 23.���General Sir Robert B. S." Baden-Powell, cblet   ot the
���Boy ScoutB, gave hla young followers
an outline ot the Idea which actuated'
him in organizing the movement ln an
address  at the dinner   given   in his
honor by the chief representatives of
the  American   branch   ot  the   Scout
movement.
The praise that all the previous
speakers showered upon him for his
work, Sir Robert brushed aside, and
modestly asserted that the origin of
the Boy Scout idea, which he summarized as "the ttainlng of youth in
character," came from a period as remote as about C60 B. C.
Also the guest of honor qualified as j
an adviser of young ^lrls. He said
that he had been obliged to addreas
the Margaret Morrison Technical
School in Pittsburg a few daya ago,
and, thinking that the best lesson he
could give these young women would
be one in domestic economy, he started to outline to them a few of the
economies which were practised ln
the trying daya of the sie;e of Mafe-
king.
"I don't know that I should speak of
that at a dinner," he said, "but 1 told
those young women plainly that Alien
we began to look tvround with a view
to effecting little economies we found
left antl grinding tbem to powder,
a pr&cloe of aldng lip bones that were
that we could make good bread from
the oats which the horses had been
eating. Of course, that took food
from the horses, an.l they died of btar-
vatlon at the rate of six a day, which
waa not right, and when v,e finished
our economies about tbem thero was
not a scrap of them left."
lie corrected himself later with the
statement that in the Mateklng affair
they did leave the hair and the hides
of the horses. That waa pure waste,
he said, but the working out of their
economies brought them to boup from
the bones, and, further than that, to
a practice of taking the bones that
were left and grinding them to powder, which waa used to adulterate the
ilour.
All that by way of showing how the
girl a could help In thla scout movement, a point ln which the Britisn
founder took great interest.
"Another thing, and a very Important thing," he Bald, "ls that there la
no kind of soldiering in this movement. If people knew how much I
liatu war, they would not suspect, me
of trying to teach war to boys. War
Is not a thing that we ever want to see
in a civilized country again."
Even drill was a bad thing, Sir Robert thought; chiefly because It would
make the boys feel too much part of
a machine. "We pre suffering from
over civilization," said he. "We need
to give more attention toward having
our boys developed physically in that
way and get manliness into them to a
greater extent than we can through
our schools, good as they are."
THIS IS
CHEAPER THAN NECES8ARY
Lot on Fourth street, between
Fifth avenue and Sixth avenue,
size 51^x148% feet.. Two-
blocka to car; excellent reaiden-
tial aite. Price only $1350;
terms, one-third caah, balance 0,
12 and 18 montha.
HERE'S A BIG LOT CHEAP.
Hamilton strett !ot, near i-lxtii
street; alze 50x150 feet; r��artly
cleared; high and dry. Price
$1155; terma, one-third casb.
balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
BB
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Fine lot on Sixth street, near
Agnes; size t;t;x!32; lane at rear,
Pflco $21,000; terma to arrange.
This is a dandv site for a Btoie.
Q
SPLENDID APARTMENT
HOUSE SITE.
Two line lots, all cleared, 182
feet square, facing on P.oyal
avenue, DuiTerin Btreet ani
Alice atreet; fronting on city
car line, I'rice only $10,000;
one-quarter cash, balance easy.
m
RIGHT CLOSE  IN.
Large lot on Carnarvon a'reet,
all cleared, with 33-foot street
at rear; ready for building.
Price $6000; balance to arrange.
IN THE WEST END.
Lot on Nanaimo street, near
Fourteenth street; cleared and
facing south; size t>6xl32 feet;
magnificent view and close to
cut-off. I'rice $1375; terms, one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 13
month.
DISTANCE LENDS El
But The Big Facts Of Life
Are Always At Hand At Home
He succeeds best who does the
practical thing at hand/ who
wastes not his time in dreaming
of distant places where things are
better than they are at home.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
He is wise in his generation, who looks for
his opportunity upon the spot where he
stands, for this big wholesome country of
ours just bristles with opportunities for all
of us.
Opportunity, alive and real, almost cries
to you���to you���mind you. I see opportunities for you every day, and I see them
right here in New Westminster. Buy here,
if not because it's your home town, then
because it's the best town in British Columbia. The most selfish man in the world
ought to buy in Westminster.
Ntw seven-roomed house on
Hamilton street, near Twelfth
street car line. Pull size cement basement, cement floor,
furnace, etc. Beamed celling ln
dining room and burlap and
plate rail. The woodwork ln
this house Is exceptionally well
finished. Bath and toilet separate. Lot faces jjpn two streets
and Is thoroughly Improved; fThe
price Is $3(>50; terms, $1000
cash and tbe balance at'your
convenience.
Flve-roomed house, thoroughly modern, with fireplace, furnace; has full size cement basement, cement floor, laundry
tubs, etc., beamed celling in dining room, burlap walls, plate
rail, etc. One block to car line.
Prlco $3600; terms, $700 cash
and the balance over five years.
. New flve-roomed house; modern, furnace nnd full-slzei) cement basement. Large lot with
lane at rear. The lot has %
lawn, eleven bearing cherry
trees, raspberry bushes, etc.
Price $3850. Terms, $050 cash,
and the balance to arrange,
New flve-roomed house; modern, with basement, furnace, cement walks, etc.; situated on
Second street. Price $3000;
terms, $840 casb, balance to
suit you.
I     I
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 Columbia St.        New Westminster
[ '���������"���'���
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912.
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THE DAILY NEW?.
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WESTMINSTER LEADS
- ICE HOCKY LEAGUE
Score 4-3 In Favor of Royal.���Game
Was Lacking In Features���Johnson Out of Form.
- Both of these teams are well up ln
the front now, but if V. A. C. beats
the fathers, as they look very like doing, ahd the Westminster men beat
the V. A. C. things woul.l look distinctly Interesting, and those now at the
top of the ladder would have cause to
regard with some anxiety the changed
condition of affairs.
This being the case it ls up to every
lover of soccer and good tjlimver of
tho game to be at Queens park this
afternoon and lend their voices ui u
encouragement to the local team In
the hard game that, tliey have before
them.
Westminster jumped to flrat place
again in the ice hockey league yeeterday evening by defeating Victoria by'
four goals to three ln a hum-drum
game. The teatnB played very level
throughout, but the boya in orange and
black had a little bit on tbeir opponents all the way, and held them safe
to the finish. The game lacked all
startling features, and no very good
play waa seen. Ernie Jobnpon was on
the ice, but he haa a bad shoulder, and
was not the sensational player that he
generally is. Nobody, In fact, starred
for either team, and the play was rag-
ged. During the last period, when it
looked at times as if the Capitals
might equalize, the game became a
little rough, but for the rest lt was
kept well In hand.
CELTIC8 WILL  MEET ROVERS
SENIOR AMATEURS
V. LEAGUE LEADERS
Rovers Play Champion Celtics at Vancouver���Big Crowd Expected at
Queens Park.
Senior Amateurs meet Coquitlam,
the league leaders, thla afternoon at
Queens park. Great Interest attaches
to this game, whicb ahould be worth
going some way to pee, for lf Westminster can pull off a victory it will
give them a good chance of coming
' out flrst at the end of the competition.
One of the games that Coquitlam has
yet to play ls   against   the V. A. C.
Semi-final In National Cup 8tt for Saturday  at  Recreation   Park.
..What ahould prove* one of the best
sdecer games..of tbe season is scheduled to take place at Recreation Park
today when Westminster Rovers meet
the champion Celtics ln the semi-final
of the National cup. The Royals have
one of tbe best teams on the mainland at present and tbey fully expect
to take tbe measure of the champions
today-. They beat Celtics last time tne
.wo teams came) together andthey flg-
jre on repeating the performance.
The Salmonbellies have a well-bal-
mced team now. Ooal was their
veak point at the start of the season
but they are well fortified ln this position at present. Sampher, who has
been playing for the amateurs since
the start of tbe season, will guard the
nets and as he was. considered to be
one of the beat goalkeepers on the
coast when playing ln the other
league, tbe champions will have to
keep moving fast lf they get anything
past him.
Celtics will have their usual eleven
ln the fleld. Jamie Anderson will be
back again in center, while MacCor-
mack will make his reappearance between the sticks. Moffat will also be
on the forward line. Neither of these
players was in game at Westminster
when the Royals beat Celtics but the
champions will have no excuse lf they
go down today. On paper the teams
appear to be pretty evenly matched
and whichever eleven comes out on
top will know that it has been through
a hard game. T'^e match will start at
2:45 o'clock sharp and the wlnuer will
meet Thistles In the final.
Rovers are taking the fleld with the
same team aa on the last occasion
with the exception of ShawcroBS, w'ho,
.     r:'. a*
THE
$ 15 ����SUITS SATISFY
73f Columbia Street
Desirable Lots For Sale
\oU    i
takes the place of Fraaer, the plucky
little inside left, whe has left this
city to go into busing at Clinton.
The winners of this rttund will meet
the Hibernians in the; semi-finals. The
playerB leave on the 1: 3<i p. ra. wr for
Vancouver..      >&,���> .'   '
'lhe following'Ib the tfcum: Sampher, Lyon, McMillan, LewlB, Bruce,
Melklejohn, Hayes, Cairnduff, Seggie,
Shawcrosa and Walker,
The Lord Kelvin school soccer team
and the St. Louis college team meet
at Moody square    this   afternoon    ix%
1:30.   A good game is an,ti<ilp��ted.^ \
 1 iffl_3 -9
BROCKVILLE HEAR8
OF RAILWAY  PLAN8
Mil GEORGE AS
A PEACEMAKER
���
-
Berlin PSper Says He Is Responsible
-for Accord  Between  Britain and
Germany.
HAMILTON STREET���Nice building lot, full size; prlc* $1100.
TENTH AVENUE���Near cut-off survey line, double corner?-flSSO.
DOUBLE CORNER on lite hill, near   Twelfth   street   car   line; size
127x145; price $1375.
- '     ".it ,	
Tbe Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street Nfew Westminster
vl
Brockville, Ont., Feb. 23.���There!
are rumors to the effect that the
Grand Trunk Railway is obtaining options on large parcels of land ln Prescott, with the object of acquiring them
for terminal purposes, in connection
with a deal for control of the Rutland
railway, running east from Ogdens-
burg to the New England states.
In the event of being successful, ib
is said, the terminal will be removed
from Brockville to Prescott, where
connection could be made with the
Rutland by means of a car ferry across
the river. Western freight for the
seaboard, which now goes via Coteau
Junction, and thence over the Central
Vermont line, would be diverte;l at
Prescott to the American route.
Brockville haa been a terminal of
the Grand Trunk since the construction of the line ln the fifties, and any
change sucb as indicated would result
in the removal of the engine shops
and operating departments. The Iobb
to Brockville would be moat severely
felt, as the Grand Trunk men have a
monthly pay roll totalling about $20,-
000.
Berlin, Feb. 23.���Hopes for the establishment- of more amicable relations between Germany and Great Britain, based on the recent visit to Berlin of Viscount Haldane, tbe British
/[���Secretary for War, have* not been permitted to reach too great a height.
The Lokal Anzelger, yesterday afternoon, published a highly optimistic article concerning the new accord, and
as the Lokal Anzelger frequently is
the mouthpiece of the government, lt
was generally assumed that the article
had some authoritative foundation.
The German foreign office, however,
Issued a statement in the evening that
tbe article in question had no official
basis, and added:
"TheBe assertions are based solely
on conjecture and are therefore only
calculated to awaken false hopes or
false fears." . ��� | >' I
The Lokal Anzeiger's article declares the result of the "conversations" between Viscount Haldane and
the German ministers to have been
more favorable than either aide dared
hope. The credit of putting an end to
the diplomatic tension is ascribed personally to King George. He found the
subject ripe for discussion on his return from India, and Viscount Haldane
started for Berlin after receiving an
intimation that his visit would be acceptable.
Do Not Waste Money
���	
Save a little systematically, for lt It Um stuff that the fon��
dations of wealth and happiness are built of.
)-��� Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
Deeded now aud to Invest for what ahall be needed In the future.  Money cannot he Invested until It la first saved/' i
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. OEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
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Phone 515
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Saturday Specials
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Lot No. T.
Aijy 5i|itjn the store
valuefc'to $15.00
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Our Guarantee
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$7.50
.
Lot No* 2.
Tweed worsted and
serge suits, values to
$20.00 S&urda!y for
$12.00
Anyone purchasing
one of these suits(after
two, three or even six
rhohths) who does hot
think he has got a great
deal more than his
money's worth, we will
refund his money.
Lot No. 4.
-.   ..   if    ...
A large selection of
Tweeds and Wo**ted*
-J to cliooose from, everything up to $35.00
Saturday for
Lot No. 3.
Splendid all Wool
Tweeds and Wprtfeds
values to $25.00
Saturday for      ,
$15*00
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We want to start the season with
new goods on our shelves and In -
our   wardrobes;    every thlhg must
���> go. We have large shipments of
new goods en transit, and must
have the space.   From  now   until
: February 29th will dell at iess than
oost pTlce. Regular prices plainly
marked or stamped ln plain figures.
$20.00
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Lot No. 5
Soft front shirts, values
to $1.50 for $1-00
Values to $2.00 for
$1.25
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Lot NtK
Hats, soft dnd hard
*,*
felt, values to *
$3.50 for
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Smart Apparel foi^ the Younger Men-
517 Cdlumbla itreet
48 to 60.
New Westminster PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 19.<u
SOeiETY      .SERVICE WBEN HOUSES
Mr. an^ Mrs. F. J. Coulthard went
down to Victoria last week and spent
a few days at the Empress Hotel.
*     a     .
Mrs. C. B. .McAllister went over to
Vancouver on Tuesday afternoon to
attend a "bridge" given by Mrs. Pen-
nock in honor of her house gueBt
Mjas Taylor of Winnipeg.
Mr. F. VV. Anderson of Kamloops,
left on Monday on a business trio to
Montreal.
...
Mlss Drew entertained a number of
her friends on Wednesday evening.
The guests were asked to come as
children, and the evening was spent
in playing children's games/ Among
those present were Mlss Warwick,
MIbb Watson, Miss Bulloch. Miss Gertrude  Brown, Mr. Frank   Major, Mr.
Sellerv, Mr. Laurie Johnston.
a*   *    *
Bishop de Pencier, Canon d'Easum
and Mrs. d'Easum and Rev. C. W.
Houghton, left "yesterday for Victoria,
to be present at the consecration of
I)r, Roper as Bishop of Columbia,
Vhletl f&kes Places today.
1 V,r. and Mrs. H. T. Ceperley of Bur-
naby Lake, have returned from a three
months' holiday in the State of Maine
ar.;1. in New YorX City,   .
t    *    ��
Mrs. N. H. MacOuavrie, -1? Albert
Credent, will receive on the third
Wednesday of every month.
* ���*   .
Xiss Kathleen Bourse entertaine:! a
nun'tcr of her young friends on Monday evening at progressive euchre.
...
Mrs.' H. C. Moore and family left
on Saturday for Regina   to   join Dr.
Moore.
* ���   *
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Loat and daughter left on Monday for Southern California, and will   spend   a few weeks
visiting friends.
...
Mr. C. B. McAllister left this, week
on a business tripthrough the prairie
provinces and will not return for a
couple of weeks.
* ��   ��
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doyle returned
on Tuesday from   a month's visit to
eastern cities.
* ��   ��
Mrs. C. E. Doherty entertained at a
luncheon on Tuesday. Covers were
laid for eight. Those present were
Mrs. Gracey. Mrs. Eddy, Mrs. J. E. Allen, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Sutherland and
Mrs. Arthur Marcon.
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Mrs. C. B. McAllister entertained
for friends lrom the east at bridge
on Monday afternoon.
HAVE BEEN NUMBERED
Postofflce    Inspector   Greenfield    Discusses Situation in South Vancouver. I
ft;'
On  Tuesday afternoon   Mrs.  G.  E.
Corbould entertained at a progressive
euchre.    Mrs. H. Major won tne first
prize.    The lone hand prize was won
by Miss Jones, and the booby by Mrs.
G. D. Brymner.      Mrs.   Scott   Brown
won  the  prize  for  being   the   lucky |
chair at the end of the game.   Among !
those    noticed were   Mrs.   Davidson,1,
Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.   "Suengling, Mrs. 1
Wolfenden,    Mrs.   nart,   Mrs.  W.  Y. \
Armstrong, ftre. S. B. Martin, Madame |
Gauvreau,  Mra. Dickinson;  Mrs.  English,    Mrs.   Houghton,   Mrs.   Bartlett,
Mrs.  Macgowan, Mrs. Worsfold, Mrs.
James  Brymner,  Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs.
Elion, Miss Homer, Mrs. G. D. Brymner,   Mrs.   Macdonald,    Mrs. .Gaynor,
Mrs. d'Easum, Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs.
H. C. Major, Mrs. A. P.   Grunt, Mrs.
Donald Rashleigh, Mrs. Harvey, Mrs.
Scott Brown, Mr.\ Neville Smltn, Mrs.
Rant, Mrs. Creighton, Mrs. G. E. Martin and Mrs. Malins.
...
Mrs. G. E. Corbould was on Monday
evening tne hostess at a "military
euchre.' morocco vvas the winner
of the first prizes, and were won by
.Mrs. Macrae, Alias am.dricK an.! Miss
Briggs, Mr. U. ll. (Joroould, Mr. W.
��. i->umonds and Mr. Keith Macao flan,
Mrs. waioch, Miss McBride and Miss
.1. .Martin, Air. Eddy, Mr. E. Hill and
Mr. nairy Gieume, who were playing
for Italy, won the booby prizes. Among
those present were Mrs. Chaiiesson.
Mrs. Vuengllng, Mrs. Woods, Mr. and
.Mrs. G. U. Corbould, Mr. and Mrs. H.
V. Ardagh, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and
.Mrs. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. Macquar-
rie, .Mr. and .Mrs. J, B, Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Leamy. Mr, and .Mrs. Eddy. Dr. and
Airs. Doherty, Ur, und Mrs. Jones, Mr.
I and Mrs. Balloch, Mr. and Mrs. I.Mac-
rae, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, Mr. and Mrs.
Brydges, Mr, and Mrs. Gracey, Mr. and
Mrs Imi t. Miss McColl, Miss Eraser,
Miss Armst ion;,, Mlss Pope, Miss
Peele, Mlss Ethel Homer, Miss Shll-
drlck, Miss Briggs, Mlss McBride, Mlss
Rickman, Miss Lewis, Mlss Keary,
Misa Freese, Miss J. Martin, Mlss E,
Martin, Miss Brown, MIbs Marlon
Martin, Miss Drew, Mr. Frank Major,
Mr. Shannon iCloverdale), Mr. Motherwell, Mr. Sellery, Mr. E. Hill, Mr.
Nigel O'Brien, Mr Harrison, Mr. Reid,
Mr. Knight, Mr. Gardiner, Mr. Rose,
Mr. P. Keary. Mr. It. Brown, Mr. W.
. Brown, Mr. W. It. Kngiish, Mr. Roy
I English, Mr. Jamos Walker, Mr. W. F.
I Edmonds, Mr. Belly, Mr. Brown
I (Haney), Mr. Annus McColl, Mr. A.
Beatty, Mr. Lloyd and Mr. Keith Macgowan.
South Vancouver, Feb. 23.���"The
comuicucemtui oi a mail Uelivpry service in tbe municipality of soutn Vancouver defends tutireiy on how soou
tne council unishes tae wore or numbering the residences in Cne municipality."
This statement made this morning
to a representative or tne j.resj by
postofflce Inspector Greenfield, will
doubtless bf oi great interest to tne
large number of residents wbo have
been making emruiries recently as to
the probability ot securing t.us service in the near future.
"I have received fiom t'ae council
the necessary maps and iniormation
regarding population and also the condition of the streets and .pavements,"
he went on, "but this information is of
no use to the department at Ottawr,
without the advice that all houses are
numbered, I have read In the papers
lecently that this work is un.ler consideration by the members of the
council and it will be to their own advantage to proceed with it as soon as
;,ossible.
"I have spent several days both
walking and driving over the different
sections of the municipality and as far
as the layout of the streets is concerned, I must say that in my experl-
j ence in post office work 1 have never
! encountered a city or municipality
that was surveyed worse than soutn
Vancouver. There seems to have
been absolutely no system in the laying out of the streets or blocks. There
are blind streets, one-sided streets,
short blocks and others where a carrier would have to go nearly four ordinary blocks' to reach a cross street.
I cannot understand why those responsible are cbntent to allow streets
of their city to be so roorly arranged.
"lt can be easily seen how conditions which make the carrier's retrace their steps for considerable 'distances will make'it hard for such districts to secure a mail delivery. We
cannot pay men to spend their time
time walking the streets twice. .. I
think the time has come when either
the council or the government should
superintend the opening of new districts so that there will be some uniformity in the laying out of newly-
formed and rapidly growing towns���
a feature that is conspicuously absent
in South Vancouver.
"Some parts of the municipality are
so densely populated that it is hard to
say where the city ends and South
Vancouver begins and such districts
are almost certain to get the service
as soon as the numbering is done. As
for the other sections where there is
so much confusion in the matter of
streets and blocks, time alone will
tell."
I
MOVE
INTO OUR NEW STORE
MONDAY
Saturday Is The Last Day Of Our Great
Furniture Sale
DONT DELAY
Sale Prices Are For Cash Only
LAST
CHANCE
LAST
CHANCE
SIXTH STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
ITS
Our shelves are filled with 'beautiful
shirts, ones that you will like, at prices
you can afford. Some are made with the
soft French cuff and others with the
stiff cuff in very neat and tasty patterns.
1.25 to $2.50
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window Display
CHAMBERLIN ,jfc
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122.
0. B. QILLEY, Phons 291.
Phones, Office 16 and II.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEBT.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. BEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WA8HED QRAVEL ANO CLEAN 8AN0, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
JOKE CAUSES DEATH.
Boy  Put Ammonia   Salt   In   Drirl.ino
Water Thinking it Table Salt.
St.  Hyaclnthe,   line.,   Feb,   23,��� \s
jtjle result ol a ,'okc,  l.ouls   Lolselle,
ian employee of the Penman Manufacturing  i.oniiian.v.  was  yesterday  ]tols- j
joined und  died  us  u   lesull, although i
l<en   to  St.  Uiar.Vs    Hospital   fltare
erythiiif; possible was done to save
Ih  life.    Lolselle aBked  a hoy   who
las working with  Inm to net l^m a
Jesu of water.   Thinking ho was Iuk-
ig u f,ood joke on  Lolselle, tho boy
(��(c-d what he though! was table Ball
tho t,lafin.    'Ibis, ho we vor, proved
be ammonia salt, ami Imtrqdiately
Iter dilnHnn the water   Lols< le roll
k :)iiHc!ons to the floor uirl nevi r ral
:.c letr.es a tvi'o and o:i<.  ten
For soft Negligee shirts that have the
collar attached we have what you want.
Our kinds are made with the reversible
collar in plain and neat patterns.
$1,00 to $4.00
. J. PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
G7ICo*umMa Street
New WeUminste
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur      Quassia Chips
Whale OH Soap, Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EVE8 TE8TED 8Y OPTICIAN.
WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK
'PHONE 67
[
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Brsnch. ���, Cars
leave B. C. 10. R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 6:00, 6:46 and
6:46 a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service untll midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leavo,
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:30, 9:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch.���Cars leave
H .C. E. R. Co. station for Vancouver at 5:46. 0:46 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. 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. Ry Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
untll 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at 8:00 n.m. Regular
week day servloe thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Praser Valley Branch��� cars
leave B. C. E. 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
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
mmmamm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE BSVBN.
Extraordinary Values  In Men's Suits
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We have a number of odd lines in all sizes of Men's Suits, ranging in prices from $10.00 to $15.00 the Suit, to
clear on Saturday for $7.50. This being our Special Feature for Saturday, we will not have them to offer
again at such a ridiculously low price, as the demand will far exceed the supply.   COME EARLY.
SATURDAY ONLY
Special in Men's Working
Shirts
Several   Hundred Good  Solid   Working
Shirts to Clear.
Regular $1:00 Grey Flannel, now - 60c
Regular $1.50 Heavy Tweed, now - $1.00
Regular $1.75 Blue Melton, now - $1.25
Regular $2.75 Grey Melton, now - $1.95
Regular $4.00 Fine English Flannel
with reversible collar      .-       -      $2.75
See These in Our Window.
Men's Trousers
Values from $1.50 to $2.00. These will
be on display in our windows, (M aa
look for them.   To clear at -  -  tD I sUU
SATURDAY ONLY
Boys' Suits, Extra Value
for Saturday
V
The Largest Assortment of Boys' Suits
Ever Offered in New Westminster at
Prices that Defy Competition,
Regular $3.00 Suits to clear at % $2.25
Regular  4.00 Suits to clear at - 3.00
Regular  5.00 Suits to clear at - 3.75
Regular 10.00 Suits to clear at - 7.50
Regular 15.00 Suits to clear at - 11.00
Men's Hats at 75c
Only a few of these left.   Values from
$1.50 to $3.00.   This will be your nr
last chance on these Hats at    -    - fjC
See Our Line of Heather Ribbed Sox 5 Pairs Por $1.00
Columbia and Sixth Streets
ROD & McDONALD ii��^?j��jiJ5^ction
���ooooo*toooo*fo*��*t***)m*)ooooao
* CHURCH *
SERVICES
j
OPERA MOUSE
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to. this offlce by
9 a.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no details have been
supplied.)
SIXTH AVENUE METHODI8T ���
Rev. Okell pastor. Morning service at
11; Sunday school, 2:30: evening service 7 o 'clock.
OLIVET BAPTIST ��� Rev. A. P.
Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
BT. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. 8. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
���chool and Bible class   at   2:30 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev,
E. D. I>raden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 n.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.; Epworth League
on Monday at 2:30 p.m. The pastor
will preach at both services on Sunday.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, Sapperton���7 p.m., evensong with
sermon   by Lord   Bishop   of   New
Westminster.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon O. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. Qeorge A. Hay, tut.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m. ho'y communion; 11 am., matins, litany and
sermon; 2:30 p.m., Sunday school snd
Bible class; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon. Evensong 5 p.m. daily except
Friday during Lent.
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 436
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
.M.A., rector. Holy communion, 8 a.m.,
matins and sermon, 11 a.m.; evensong
and sermon, 7 p.m.; "Sunday school,
2:30 p.m.; Monday, men's olnb ln hall;
Tuesday, Young People's society;
Wednesday, evensong and sermon, 8
p.m.; Thursday, W. A. meeting at 3
p.m., children In hall at '7 p.m.; Friday, litany and sermon at & p.m.,
choir practice at 8 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, corner of Seventh
and Royal avenue, "The Low Church."
Servioes at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sufi-
day school at 2:30 p.m. Communion,
flrst Sabbath of each month. Strangers
cordially welcomed. Children's {service, morning, second Sunday of each
month.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���ReV. E
G. Thompson, M.A.. pastor. Public
worship at 11 a.m. nnd 7 i>.m; Blblo
class and Snbbath school at 2:30 p.m.
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sabbath school
nni Bible class 2:30; Y. P. 8. C. E.
Monday ut 8 p.m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday  7:30.
"My foot is on my native lieatk    I
my name it is McGregor
I F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
\ Gardiner & Mercer
\ m. a. tx.
\ ARCHITECTS        M^^^
\   \ WRSTMINBTER.     TRUST       BLOCK. 1
Phon*  Wl. Sex TtS]
*,*, NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Next Monday Ni
Ernest Clover, of Theatre Royal, Glasgow, Scotland, and a brilliant cast
of Scottish players presents Sir Walter Scott's immortal classic.
Mr. J. B. Thompson, of Glascow, will play title role and Alan B.
Stevenson, also of Glasgow, the "Bailie."
Miss Marta Golden, Mlss Nannie Strachan, and Mlss Elvia Rand, all
noted Scottish singers, will render such songs as "Loch-na-gar," "Lock
Lomond," "Roy'B Wife of Aldevaloch,", etc., etc.
60-PEOPLE--60
Strathspeys, Reels, Highland Fling and a series of dances by William    |
McKay, champion of A.-Y.-P. exposition. mT
A Rare Nickt Wi' Scotland
Seats now selling at the Opera House.   Phone   900.     Prices   $1.50,
���1.00, 75c and 50c, i
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avertu*
PHONE 370.
$
CANADIAN PACIFIC
.C. Coast Service
CASH IF YQU CMS.
CREDIT IP VOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
. Newsome & Sons
Patmfcora, Pape*Y��M\ser��
wad I>��coraAor*
Estimates Given.
. 214 Sixth Avenue. Phone W
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C*
J. N. AITCHISON
MERCHANT TAILOR
88 Begbie Street
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SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH.
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening servlee 7 p.m.: peon'e's ��"e*t-
Ing Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; B. Y. P. U.
Monday at 8 n.m.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Hev. tt. Wallace Collins, B.A.,
pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m..
Sunday school, 2:30. f-'unday evening at 7 o'clock children's sorvice, At
meeting of'Guild Thursday at x p.m.
Morning suhlect, "Love All Things";
meeting Of Guild Thuraday at 8 p.m.,
subject, "Church Union."
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST ��� Service will be hold at fl p.m. by the Rev.
Reid McCullou&h, B.A. Sunday school
at 2 p.m.
BAPTIST MISSION. EDMONDS���
Servioes wlll be conducted ln the
municipal hall at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A. Subject, "A Wonderful River." Sunday school and Bible
class ln the same hall at   2:30 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services-at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonald school
nouse; Service nt t p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth Btreet and
Third avenue, Burnaby.    Rev. W. C.
, Frank, pastor. Services at 11, a.m.
and 7 p.m,; Sunday sohool at 2:30
p.m.   The pastor will rreaoii morning
and evening. <  '
FROM VANCOUVER.
For  Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00' P. M Dally
18:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
2 p.m Dally except Sunday
For  Seattle.
10:00 A. M Dally
11:00 P. M ;......Dally
For Prince Rupert and Alaska
7 P.M  .Jan'. 13% 27tb
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M  .Thursday,
For Upper Fraaer River Points.
^H Steamer Beaver.
Leaves New Westminster, 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves  Chilliwack,  7:00 a.m.,  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Fof Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M.- Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallant* Mayne, Id, Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganges Hr.. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, Now Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.. Vancouver
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 108.     P. Q. Box 848
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 667.
JACKSON PfilNTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
. Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Weatmlnster.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone R 118. Officer Princess St.
Westminster
Transfer Cos
Office Phone 183.     Sar.n Phone 137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to '
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OPPICB���TPAM DBPOT
' CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up $6,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacmc.
in Cuba throughout the Island;
also In Porto Rloo, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York nnd London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities In the world. These, ex-
celent connections afford every
bankinc facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS'
MAKEJT FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS  REUATfbNS.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
ANO SATISFACTORY SER.
VICE, INVITES '
SAVINGS, AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL  ..   .,.  ..�� .84,600,000.
', RE8T .85,600,000
i ' i   *��'���>'.':���'��� ')>'  ' v '.;' ,i'ii i-*i'
*\ iii ni   <���������'.
NEW WESTMINSTER,    8 *Q,\
]        BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
y
*: PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY JSEW3.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1912.
SEE OUR
STOCK OF
ray
Primps
Tree Pruners
and Tree
%ay sold by
City News
Owen Norris, of Kamloops, is a
visitor to the fclty. Mr. Norris is enjoying a holiday trip.
Eighth street Bakery, fresh crumpets d'ally.   A. Hardman. Phone L159.
Daffodils' special today. Daffodils
25c per dozen. Tidy, the florist. Phone
184 or 1037. ������
Ice cream   on
next tram office.
hand    Ira A.
Phone 310.
Reid,
ANDERSON & LUSBY
634.JGolujpi
Phone 22-23
m
Becauses
YOU: OUGHT    TO    INSURE    BECAUSE   YOU   OWE   IT   TO   YOUR-
'������' i'i' <-���    .'7*\    '
SELF;; ^a<?AU8E YOU OWE IT TO
YOUR FAMIL^ AND BECAUSE
YOU OWE IT TO YOUR EMPLOYEES. WE INSURE YOUR
PROPERTJf^i|4!QAINST   FIRE, YOUR
Vt vV*; ''
FAMILY   AGAINST   LOSS,   IF   YOU
DIE,.     AKD9 iJ,��0'UR       BUSINESS
AGAINST
PLOYEES.
LIABILITY      TO      EM-
Barnum, the clever hypnotist, will
close . his week's entertainment at
the opera house tpnlght. **
W. E. Walsh, senior, of Ihe Walsh
Sash and Door factory, was up the
Chilliwack line yesterday on a busi-
ness trip.
Aldermen Gray and Kellington nnd
City Engineer Blackman returned yesterday from Victoria, where they were
attending the good roads convention.
The Hill property, Bjtuated at
Campsborongh road, Chilliwack, has
changed hands at a price which is put
at $20,000. The property lies about
six miles east of the city.
Rev. W. 8. A. Crux, B��A., of Manitou,
Manitoba, wlll preach in Sixth Avenue
Methodist church on Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock. Mr. Crux lj traveling
through the province and has kindly
consented to take the morning service.
On Sunday at 8:30, aftei* the evening service, the. choir of Queens
Avenue Methodist church will render
a selection of solos and choruses fiOm
Ilandet's 'Messiah. The choir will he
at full strength numbering over 40
voices. J\li'- T. R. Pearson will conduct, with Mr. H. D. Mackness presiding ut the organ. The soloists will bo
Mrs. KeiiKlmw, Mm. Cameron, Mrs. F.
Pearson *>$$��� Mr. L. Johnson. A good
program hasneen drawn up .including
numheiis from Che last part of the
work. ,i '-'.Vl
\  ,r,.s.- .-, ��� ���
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take   LAXATIVE   BROMO    QxiiT*-.
Tablets.    DrugglBts refund money il i
it falls to cure.   E. W. GROVE'S slg
nature is bn each box/ 25c.
m
WINDSOR SALT���ought to
cost more���ao pure, fine, well-
savoured.   Goes farther, too. But
not a cent dearer.
Ml
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Daffodils   special   today.   Daffodils  Member of the Incorporated Society
25c per dozen.   Tidy, the florist. Phone of Musicians  (England).
1S4 or 1037. **     I  ,_ ,    ���      _,    ,    ,. _   .. .
, I  (Successor to Mrs. Reginald, Dodd.)
a. w. McLeod  returned yesterdayteacher 0f Pianoforte, Violin,
from a business trip to Aldergrove. Ho   _.      . _. .-
Singing, lheory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phono L638.
Alfred W. McLeod
INSURANCE
Phone  it,
657
Columbia
St.,
. -    ;  V M
New  Westminster.
SEASONABLE
taSislphur Spray
Sulphur, Blue Stone, Lye, Arsenate of Lead���and anything
else in this line. Any Quantity
ALSO
FRESH SEEDS
-NOW IN
reports that much development is going on up the Kraser valley line, and
new buildings are to be seen everywhere. ''
"Rob Roy" wiil be played at the
opera house-next Monday. Prices 5oc
to $1.50. Same cast and same prices
as Vancouver" optra house. Phone 900
for seats now. t **
Albert Taylor, of the brewery, had
his foot crushed, having it caught
in a pulley while he was feeding grain
into the crusher. The sufferer was
removed to the Royal Columbian hospital, where the foot was amputated.
Patient is now doing well.
Dr. H. Hope, eye specialist, can
be consulted daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., at 657 Columbia street, over
Curtis' Drug Store, or by Pho.'.e 295:. *
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. V. will be held St the home
of Mrs. James Cunningham next Monday, Feb. 20, from 3 to. 5 p. m. Some
business matters of importance wilt
be discussed, and the program will
take the form of a memorial meeting
for Frances Willard.  ��� **
The  meeting   for   men  on   Sunday
afternoon at 3:45 at the Y. M. C. A.
will be addressed by Kev. C. "W. Mc- ,
Klnley, one ot tha leading pastors of \
the city, and a man well worth hearing.    This meeting will be followed by
the regular   Sunday    evening   tea for
young men away from home, at which
Mr. Stanley Trapp will give a talk of
special interest.
Belyea & Co., Carnarvon street,
will be the local agents for the New
Westminster-Victoria steamboat' ser,
>ice. The ship Burin arrived yesterday with a heavy cargo of freight, and
is now awaiting the arrival of new
engines which will enable her to make
a speed of ten knots, with'the result
that, instead of a weekly service, a
three times weekly service wii be
maintained between the two cities.
The schedule is being arranged bv-
Messrs. Elswortljy,. of the Victoria
hoard of trade, and Stuart Wade, of
the local board.
Hamilton Street
Near   Twelfth    street,   good   flve
roomed bungalow; modern.
$3400
$800 cash, balance $25 per month.
Dublin Street
A good lot 50x152.
$900
One-third cash, balance 6, 12
18 months.
and
jor & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS''
	
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:   Res   72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
Phone R672.
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrougb  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
B. & M.
Specials
Point Grey Herring 4 lbs. for 25c
Live Co:l (half or whole), per lb. ..8c
B. & M. Brand Filleted Ccfl 21bs. 25c
Smoked Halibut, per lb 15c
Large Rabbits, each 35c
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
Seely's Perfumes
We have them
25c, and 50c. lines
A big stock in all odors.
SEE, OUR  WINDOW
$pe store
dispensing ChemiBts, Etc.
tt i.   *
Deane BlmljE,'   lil   Columbia At
���y$vrrt*tiiln,l'n<>ter   R (',
LULU ISLAND
We have 660 feet on the main
channel side of Lulu Island and
within the city limits. The proposed harbor improvements will
make this the centre of industrial
activity. For full particulars call
or phone
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1805.
h?ti.\6  i.ICWi
INew Westminster
Hoad Office, New Westminster       Branches at Vancouver     Victor!*
Chilliwack and Aldernrove. B.C
-ft-
������
l^P-SMI
ITEMS OF INTEREST TO
SA TURD A Y SHOPPERS
A T THE SMITH STORE
. ��� ���. ��� i      ��� ��� l
Saturday we put on sale many Items that will be of soecial int.���.* .     ������     . i
come early tomorrow.
Buy House Dresses Saturday at $1.75
Women's House Dresses of F.ne Peroale In shades of navy and hlack with white polka dot   made ,��� one
Piece styles, with Dutch Neck, belt effect at three-quarter length sleeves, excellent   values    Saturdav   at'
each  y    ��� '
* ! ,..$1.75
WOMEN'S PRINT     WAISTS     AT     VERY      LOW
PRICES.
Saturday Bargain 50c Each.
Women's Waists in black and white, blue and white
and   light   colors of nice quality percale;  made in
plain styles, with  long    sleeves;   values  regular   to
.25.   Saturday Bargain, each   ��� ��� 50c
TAILORED WAI8TS���A BIG SPECIAL.
Regular Valujs to $3.50.   Saturday Bargain $1.95.
Women's  fine quality tailored waists;  in linen and
vestings;  all sizes Included.   Saturday's price should
cause Quick selling.
HOSIERY BARGAIN8 FOR EARLY SHOPPERS.
Women's 'black lisle and cotton Hose in plain anJ
open-work ankles; spliced sole and heels; all sizes;
regular to 36c.   Saturday Bargain, pair ,15c
Wt in>n'sBlicI< Cashmere Hose ln line ribs; soft finish; all sizes; regular 35c. Saturday Bargain, per
pair     ��� ���   ��� ��� ��� ��� 25c
���I ��� 1	
NECKWEAR FOR QUICK CLEARANCE SATURDAY
Lace Collars and Yokes; also Dutch embroidered
lawn collars and jabots; big range of colors and
styles; regular values to 75c. Saturday bargain, ea. 35c
Strap Purses for women, in a great assortment
sizes and grades.   Saturday all HALF PRICE.
of
EMBROIDERY  SPECIALS.
Fine Cambric Embroidery in edgings and inserllom;
widths to three inches; fine eyelet work; regular
to 15c.   Saturday Bargain, per yard &Vi&
Embroidery in ten-yard ends from - to 3 ine he% w fdel3^
assorted patterns; exceptional values. .10 ytfa. W 25;,f. {><?.'
w***tg___m______wmm_w_Mmmmtfl
Auto Scarfs, in coilenne and chiffon; full size; some
with hemstitched ends; colors are sky, brown, grey,
mauve, grcer>, white and black; regular values to
$1.50.   Saturday Bargain, each 75c
Su.de Bags with- long cord handles; new size;, in
shades of tan, green, grey and black; regular$1.00
and $1.25.   Saturday Bargain, each  65e
BARGAINS   FROM THE  NOTION  SECTION
10-!nch Hat Pins with bead heads; in white or black,
regular Ec.   Saturdav Bargain  6 for 15c
Co;tcn Tape in bunches of twelve lengths; assorted
widths; regular values 10c bunch. Saturday Bargain     3 for 15c
Black Bead Pins on cards containing sixty; regular
Saturday Bargain   .3 cards for lbe
"'WfU.-^
PAY CASH, IT WILL PAY YOU
SATURDAY
No. 1. Russet Apples, per box
No. 1. Eating Apples, per box  ;    -       -
Large Cans Tomatoes, 2 for
6 Small Cans Cream, Canada First
Muscatel Raisins, not for pies, 3 lbs. for
Package Raisins, seeded, 12 oz., 3 pkgs. for
3 Tins Pork and Beans      -
Pumpkin, per gallon tin -
Gallon tins of-pumpkin are just the thing for pies.
$1.85
$2.35
25c
25c
25c
25c
25c
45c
Delicatessen Department
Dill Pickles (Heinz) dozen -         25c
Lonely Salt Herring, dozen -       60c
Heinz Bulk Olives (Queen) pint -      35c
Saeur Krout, 3 lbs.      -       - -     '25c
Cambridge Sausage, lb.      - -         25c
The Public Supply Stores
i
L. L. ADAMS.
CASH GROCERS
33 Sth Street      "THE MITE FRONT"
R. O. SMITHi
Phono 2
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