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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22,1912.
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Market Is Brisk But Prices
Are Low.
ilEIKJIN COMPETITION FELT
Volume   of   Imports   Last   Year   In
creased Enormously���Machinery
of Production Cheaper.   *
An excellent local demand for lumber is keeping the saw mills very busy
these days. Orders are coming In
frpm builders very fast, and ln addition to this the railways are using a
great deal of lumber at the present
moment. The prairie market is not
very active as yet, but prospects for
the trade as soon as the snow Is off
the groun.l there, are considered by
expeilenced millmen to bo particularly
gooj.
'lhe only drawback ln the prevailing conditions ls the low standard of
prices set by the Ameriian ml.ls, especially on the prairies. In talking over
this subject, Mr. Bucklin, manager of
the Small �� Bucklin mills, pointed
out how enormously imports of lumber
from the other side of the line had Increased during the year 1911. More
than two and a half times as mucu
common lumber had been brought into
British uolumola, and twice aS mucu
Into tanada during tho last year as in
l'.uO. imports ef; dutiable lumber had
increased :iuu per cent into Canada
anu BoO per cent Into British
(_ oiiimbia, lath Imports had Increased
lu times Into B. C. and six times into
Lanaaa, while shingle imports had
douoieu into B. c, and increased 11
times into Canada. Altogether the
amount of non-dutiable lumber Imported *as about ten times as nun h as the
V total dutiable.
\anous seasons for this enortnotls
incieate in the amount of Ameiican
ltuiiuer brought into this Dominion
and province are alvanced. Amon;
��� these ls the fact that many mills and
holders ol timber limits south of the
line uie heavily Indebted to the banks
and areieady to make any sacrifice^
to ouuunnn. luuntiLate iu.>,.l., o, caah.
ibis not only MtM manufactured.
. lumber sell at cut-rate prices, but It
also makes logs, especially lt appears,
fir logs, very cheap tn the United
Bt.ites. Then, again, the cost of mill
machinery ts less by about thirty rer
cent to the American mill man, And j
K..nlcd labor does not receive, lt itl
said, such high wages soutn of the lino
as on this side.
Some relief Is being afforde.l to the
situation in Washington and the othe.
lumbering American states, said Mr.
Bucktin, by some Iai ge. railway orders,
that have recently been placed for
other railway material. The foreign
trade alao has lately shown some Improvement on the other side, although
it ls worthy of notice that the low
prices quoted by the Washington mills '���
last year bad the effect of making an
Increase ot the foreign trade of that
state, and a decrease ln the foreign
trade of the ' Chemainus and other,
mills that eater for this over-seas'
market ln British Columbia.
GENERAL ELECHON
���   IS WITHIN HAIL
GROWING BURNABY TDCAN TOWN BURNED
Premier's Troubles Art so Many that
He Has to Talk Two Hours-
Makes Announcement.
Victoria, Feb. 21.���In a two hour*'
speech in moving the second reading
of bts six railway bills; Premier Mo-
Bride defended the proposed agreements, and Intimated that the government would appeal to the electorate almost Immediately to secure the
country's endorsement of its pollcy.
Settlement   and   Commerce
Swelled Last Year.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
Loss Estimated at Five Million
Dollars.
HOWARD SENT UP
TO HIGHER COURT
PRICE F1VJB.CPNT8.
FlflHT FIRE WIIH UYNAMITE
;;
Handwriting Experta Gave Evidence In
Pollce Court���Charge Is Serious
One^
LUMBER MILLS .
' GROW IN NUMBER
Representative Men at Annual Gathering Take Stock of Wonderful
Progress.
Hundreds Homeless���At One Time
Seemed Whole City Would Be
Destroyed.
It
Ladner and Eburne Branching Out i
Industry���New Mill Replaces One
Destroyed.
New sawmllla��are starting up every
dayf lt seems! The foundations of
two more mills are being driven by
W. A. Gilley, of this city, down the
river. On one of these he Is already
at work, namely that being build by
\V. H. Day at Eburne. This will be a
large mill, the main building of which
is to measure 50 by 200 feet.
Vork on the other will start next
Monday or Tuesday. This mill ls bein;; put up by the McClellan company,
which bought out the old Delta Sawmills   company   at   Ladner,  from   its
Houston, Texas, Feb. 21.���The most
disastrous conflagration in the hUtory
pf Houston swept the city today and
before it was brought under control
at 10 o'clock this mm nlng, seven houra
after it started, property valued at
$5,uuO,uOO was destroyed and several
thousand persons were rendered homeless. The work of relieving the flre
victims has already begun.
The burned area, which adjoins tho
railroad yards of the Southern Pacific
Cimpany, comprises a section seven
blocks wile and 18 blocks long. Not
a building was left standing in this
district.
Starting shortly after 2 o'clock this
morning th* flames, fanned by a 30-
mile wind, spread with incredible
rapidity.
Edmonds, Feb. 22.���A general resume ai the past year's work, together with several, other important
matters, came up before the annual
meeting of the Burnaby board of
I trade last evening, ln the old lminl-
Icipal hull, Kdmonds. Inclement weather had something to do with the
[ small attendance, but the spirit oi
optimism which prevails throughout
the municipality was manifest among
those present. The reports or the
retiring presiJent and secretary showed a healthy state of affairs and the
different undertakings taken up by the
board. It also contained a few point-
eis as to the future.
Communications   were   read   from
Burnaby council relating to itnprovc-
menu to the old hall for the use of Mpidlty.    Firebrands were blown fc>
the ratepayers, and also the question  aU sections of the city and for hours  t^Z^SSsWlM^^t^- '
of park sites.   As to the flrst tenders I" was feared that Houston was doom-  *Z &��?,?.^liiUJ".^e.let.t.er8
will be called for at once to enlarge ed t0 destruction.   Hundreds   of citizens aided  th�� firemen  by going to
the roofs of their homes and extinguishing firebrands by means of   wet
blankets.   This action on the part of
the residents is admitted by the firemen to have saved the city.
The heaviest individual losers   are
the hall. The purchasing of park sites
haa been laid over for the present until permission has been granted by the
piovincial government to the council
to allow thern to purchase.
Three new members were admitted.
President Walker an J Seoretary Coldicott were appointed as delegates from the McFadden   and   Cleveland   com-
last owner, after it ha.l been des.roye.l il^fld, ^,LhJ^���^t^on *"* ' EfES? "ii^i*^L��! ��?.. �� D
by flre.   The new company intends to
put  in an etxenslve .plant and  from
200 to 300 piles will he driven for the
foundations St the building.
SNOWSTORM SWEEPS
ONTARIO PROVINCE
Toronto Reports C treet Cars Tie;! Up,
Train and Telegraph Service
���������- .        ��� ��� - OtW*eal��Kt.
Toronto, Feb. 21.-
storni of the season
tts grip tonight. Street cars ate tied
up, trains aie blocked and telegraph
and telephone wires are down in all
directions.
HOSPITAL BOARO
RECEIVED REPORT
Charged with causing Jonathan
Bone to receive a threatening letter
demanding $1000 Alexander Herbert
Howard waa brought up.In the pollce
court yesterday morning. The most
Important evidence given against him
was by experts on tne handwriting oi
the letters, and of two bogus checks
allegedly written by the accused. In
the opinion of Acting Magistrate
Whiteside this was sufficient to Justify him In committing Howard for trial
iMr. Spain, of the Thiel Detective
agency, of Vancouver, has been working on the case for Mr. Bone for some
time, and he had mad�� the prisoner
make several copies of the thieatenlnfe
letter received by Mr. Bone. These
copies and the letters themselves together with the two checks obtaineJ
from Mr. Boyle, Howard's late landlord, were submitted to the experts,
Cecil Carter, of the Canadian Bank ot
Commerce, Vancouver, and R. J.
Sprott, ofthe business school, Vancouver. Certain similarities in the formation qf the letters in the different exhibits were pointed out. and the opinion expressed that all the letters and
the cheques were written by the same
person. On the strength of this the
prisoner was sent up for trial.
FIGHTING A STRIKE
British Premier Faces Crisis
Manfully.
INDUSTRIAL   PARALYSIS
British Coal   Conflict Would   Involve
Many Industries and Wreak Ruin
and Suffering.
RESIDENCES ARE
IN GOOD DEMAND
Interesting Heme Sales Recorded During Past Few Days���City Property Sells Well.
London,   Eng., Feb.   21.^-Conditlons
throughout Great Britain, particularly
in the manufacturing 4|ity>ct�� of the
North of England, are becoming rapidly^ worse as a result of tbe threatened
coal strike, which, If it occurs at the
end of the month, will throw 800,000
miners,    besides    worka*.in, other
trades, out of employment.   At many
of the ironworks and other big factories the men today .^^wsft .notices
from the employers that their services
would uot be required after February
29, should the coal strike be decided
on.    Moat of the factories have supplies of coal sufficient for the most
urgent work In hand.   In London and
other cities the price otbO&l already
has reached $8 per ton, and the poorer
class of people   are   paying , almost
double this rate, as they purchase only
ln small quantities.
The coal owners met In conference
today to consider the general situation in the trade, and also to discuss
the invitation of Premier Asquith,
who has requested them to meet him
and some of his colleagues at. the foreign office tomorrow to endeavor to
arrange a basis of itetfI���ttf(ght:f".Both
the coal owners and tbe i&Iheiw Signified their acceptance otrPromJer, As-
quith's invitation to this conference.
The committee of the' International
Federation of Miners lflualso meeting
, today to decide whether the continental ccal miners will  iuppb'fft their
: British comrades in the event*o^   a
strike.
I ment now going on among the munici- Harrell Lumber company. Fifty thous-
mtities pf tijft.lower mainland. , , and hales of cotton   were destroyed,
President Walker'^ leport is, In pa t, i the loss to the cotton dealers alona
as follows: exceeding $2,000,000.    In addition   to
Vlt is only right that we should give I churches, schools, factories and lum-
expression to our sense of gratification I ber Plants, many private residences
at the wonderful progress of the munt- were destroyed,
cipality during the past twelve montha. I The flre finally was controlled, fol-
Dlstricts, wliich a year ago were mere Iowin5 the use of dynamite. An entire
tracks of wild land, have now beeoriie  block of houses was demolished    by
centres of   population*  and   thriving ''J?1" means to prevent the spread of ��� ,,,. ,,    ���  ,
communities.   Carpenters nnd builders  the flames to the do.vn town section     ,       ,ntere,t,nc house sale that too
are all  busy erecting homes for the  of the clty-   The parks and other open   place durinS the last few days is that
increasing number of eettlers. Centra!  8Paces are    Jammed   with    homeless  of T-  H. Smith's house  on Granville
1'ar.:, E.lmonds and East Burnabv are   "J*"'    women    and    children.      City ' street by  Mr.  Shile3 to  .Air   Corbet*
particularly     noticeable     in      rapid  officials announced that the    fire vie- ' ot Coouitlara     The   r.rW   ������ii
growth.    With   regard   ^ the U��. .^afe^ ^ P> l ��� '"^^^    "'"
taining to Improvements.   He telt sureL ri5'?BraU^2m",ireeli"1,8ed V^,an .ot \cornor ol QrauMttVe ��a4 fteyat av^nw.   ot (      ;,,,,,.,   , , s   .  :v, . . M.K  >Vl
that they would come more tUan halt .*<"V���V   22?    'wJ?���eB-    Burnln* >nd he Is remodelling the building bo-  t^cta that thta -wltt b^MMev*! h**ora
way wtth Burnaby's d��man3s.   Wate.- *mMr��  "ei* scattewa to every see- \ tope takvng up hi, residence there.        the   miners' notices   ol cessation   ot
-The worst snow   fr0BtaEe schemes for Burhaty jwe now *��?n ��L��� Vlty by the ^, wJ.n<?' *na      Business in Rood city urouerty has ' work expire on March 14 ar�� so small
has all Ontario in, BBOI>re88in���    he   continued    and   the u^e firemen were practically helpless.      ��usmesB in gooa cuy property nas v . .     Q       .,   .
  "--'day when Burnaby^Ul    be   known i *hou8an*B of cm**n9 J��,ned In the | looked up considerably during tha last tu * "       ' *     " <-omvcii ������ ���
other than as aa inland municipality, ?,fht*o save the city    The   heat   of  *
is not far distant.   Despite the board's |th<r; P4���6" forecd the firemen on sev-
protest,   the   provincial     government1eral occasions to abandon flre-flghtlng
has seen flt to establish a prison farm t aPparatus- and 8f,ver*1   e^'nes   and
on the edge of beer lake, one of the ot^?r paraphernalia were consumed,
heauty spots of Burnaby. I ;J!?unled po,,ce **r.e hurrying ahead
 -���. I    .-Tke  natter of county councils li  J* the flames, notifying everyone   of
The Royal Columbian hospital board'egsj       fairly      The     adjoining ! tae wmger, and so far no casualties
held   its   regular   meeting   yesterday jBumcpaHUes are all working on this i ^1? bewa./eported-
afternoon, and transacted routine busi- ���,���,���<,    Tte Ulne haa now arr|vedJ    Th? Park" and    ��Pen   spaces   are
ness with Ex-Alderman ���. J, Johnston   Wnen the board   of   trade   and    theicro     ^ w,th women and children
in the chair.   The lady anperlo��endent   n,,,,,,^, counc��� 8hould together em-L A�� w=s<> ����clock **��� ** ba? spr-a I
Mlss Scott, submitted a report; which  bark on a pUbucity scheme, In an en-i*? *be bl* B*��P�� of the Southern Pa-/
1  "-'"   "- ' ... - 'clflc company, and   at   that   hour   a
��V.T* I
few days, and lots are changing hind.,
freely. Considerable attention la bein^
paid to the west enl, and some nice
sales have taken place there. There
are still some, however, who pin their
faith to good central property, and
there Is never any lack of buyers fot
property centrally situated.
lhe flre h.-.d s|.re.-��d|PJj|p   WfAI|H    \}f
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT
GJVEN SMALL HOUSES
More people certainly should turn
out to see barnum, the hypnotist, who
ls now showing at the opera house;
that is to say, lf a good hearty laugh
iu appreciated by the people of this
city. LuHt night there was not a slow
mement ln the entertaiument; and
the extraordinary stunts put ap by the
subjects afforled enoughq amusement
to lepay with interest anybody who j
risked the price paid for the ticket.    |
Barnum keeps hla show going all
the time. Under Ills influence and suggestion, but apparently guided partly
by their own individuality the nine or
ten young men on the stake undertake
tbe craziest performances. They no
Asking with bare bits of wood for rods,
and Industriously bait the empty air
to catch Imaginary flsh, until one of
them falls head flrst off the stage, and |
has to be rescued by two of hts
equally mad companions. That was
just one incident last night, but It was
Impossible to predict what the hypnotised persons will do next minute.
A moat amusing suggestion imparted
by Barnum was that the chalis on
which the subjects were sitting had
become very bot. The ridiculous antics played an.l schemes adopted to
overcome this seating difficulty convulsed the house, hot the least amusing part of the affair being the looks
of b'ank amazement depicted on the
faces of the men as tbey were
awakened from a trance.
Tomorrow Barnum will put on the
"blood test" and he Invites any and nil
doctors to come on the stage iust for
that turn alone, to make certain of
the genuineness of the phenomenon.
He will also show the clrcis scene,
nnd nlghtlv the program will change,
until on Saturday .he will Introduce a
ladle*' teat* for some of the "develop-
Went" acts
showed that the number of patients
In the hospital on January 1 waa 77
and on January 31, 78. The greatest
number in the hospital on one day
was 82, while the total number of hospital daya during the month waa 2369.
one hundred and twenty-two patienta
altogether were admitted, and 108
discharged.
The following were present at the
meeting: Mistresses S. J. Pearce, J.
A. Ferguson   and   W.   T.   Reid,   and
deavor to attract new industries, and
undertakings yielding a payroll." In
closing he said: "I trust that for many
years to come tlie Burnaby board of
trade wl 1 continue to be a synonymous;
term for a happy combination ol
citizens banded together for the well
being of this, the chosen locality of
our adoption." .
The report was adopted, following a
score or mere of box cars, containing
provisions, were on fire.
NAVY  QUESTION   SETTLED
St. Andrew's and Royal Templars Cut
Gerdian Knot.
MessrsV^ J. Johnston George Small,, Walker., work foAhe betterment of
J. A. Montgomery, J. S. Clijte and P.
Feebles, with the lady superintendent
Laat night was the scene of a spirit-
few"wort7from uTT^iSmn^ f,d de?^ei" th,e CmMn tt**tn*m*
r- ... . '    , -      ! ttnrt    tHr.  rimr.aaalnf   ttxama. ranr*a**antu*:-
spoke    In    glowing    term*    Of    Mr.
and the secretary id-attendance.
"ROB ROY��\COMING.
Play
Before
Burnaby.
Seoretary Commenced.
Secretary Coldicott also came In for
special mention. His report is, in tbe
main, aB follows:
"During this year, 1911, we have had
a very, good year, having. added con-
Opens   at    Vancouver
Informal Audience.
West minuter is promlaed something siderably to our membership and tho
good by those who have the produc- attendances haw kept improving un*
tion of "Rob Roy" in charge at the til at the present time the members
opera house next Monday. Thla fam- are taking an active Interest in the
ous Scotch play is being sent on its things affecting the welfare of our
lirst American tour with Vancouver municipality, and all of this shows��� a
as Its headquarters. Mr. Glover ie the tendency towards a very prosperous
organizer of the enterprise, snd West- j year lor the, board in 1912.
minster will be its^second port of cab. | "I cohaider Oilr board very fortunate
The opening .night r t the Vancouver in this last two years tn. having Mr.
opera house is on February 23, when.B. G. Walker as president of the
the house wlll be largely filled with i board of trade. Hta large local
members of the 72nd Highlanders ini knowledge of all parts cf the muhiei-
all the ,lory of their kilted uniform.' pallty is a great help fa the work of
On this oqcpslon the piece will be pro- onr board and whatever success *e
duced under the patronage of the offl- may have had is largely due to his
eers of the regiment |careful handling of the   many., ques-
"Rob Roy" is an old Scotch play tlona that have come befbre the board
that has been running under the from time to time. He Is deserving,
management of the Glover family In,and I am sure will receive, the, vsry
Scotland for over fifty years with its i best thanks of the members of tl����
headquarters at   the   Royal   theatre,  board.
Glasgow, The production over here I "I 'h*i*** much pleasure in stating,
will be exactly the" same as that at as treasurer, that we close our flnan-
lts original Glasgow home, and most clsl year with a balance In the bank
of the players wlH be from the Royal of f31.10; This, I consider very *atls-
theatre, supplemented, however, with | factory, but hope we shall do better
some of the strongest singers and ao- ln the cOmrt��S year."
tion, th�� Opposing teams represen tin
St. Andrew's Young People's Society
and the Royal Templars of Temperance. -Mlas Mabel budge, B.A., and
Mr. Hugh B. Wilson composed the firing line for the former team, while
Messrs. Allan Shaw and T. F. Phillips
hold forth for the latter. The speakers had the subject well In hand, and
brought forward many Interesting
points in the much discussed national
problem. While the decision of the
Judges was In favor of the bt. Andrews
team which advocated a cash contribution to the imperial navy, it ls not
thought the ruling wlll be considered
as memorializing the Canadian government on lta naval policy, or In any
way embarrass lt.
   ii      ���****������������***m*m****���
intervene.
"There Is no need for me to enlarge
upon the serious consequences, both
to the industries of the country and to
all classes   of coal   consumers   that
would Inevitably fdllcw an extensive
stoppage of the coal trade," the premier adds.   "If prolonged It would in- -
volve a general stoppage of industry,.
and his   majesty's   government   feels:
that they could   hot- allow   such   a'
calamity   to   ensue   without   making
every endeavor  to aid   in preventing
It."
BRITISH COLUMBIA
C. P. R.
STARTS WORK
ON  COQUITLAM SHOPS
*? Noted Painter Dead.
T RerJin. Feb. 81.���Professor Hertel. i
noted lpndscars painter. I* dead here
today.   He was 60, years oil  <,
tors of the American continent
The story of the rhy i* taken from
Sir Waltfir Scott's famous novel, and
it seems that it Inspires Scotchmen In
particular, all ,over the world, with
tlje greatest enthusiasm. The production has fourteen scenes and eight
musical numbers and demands the
eervfees of sixty people. The expense
of putting tt on the road has been Im-
ihense, but from the way it has been
taken up In Victoria and the Terminal
City It would seem that lit success la
assured. , .
Officers electe.l for the coming
year were: Honorary ;r*��.fdeiit. Reeve
Weart: president. B. tl. Walker; vice-
president, P. B. Brown; secretary-
treasurer, T. D, Coldicott. Chairmen
of committees: Finance, W. B. Rose;
roads and bridges. H. Bimiey: advertising. H. V. Tucker: industries. "H.
Manafleld: transportation. T. P. Morrison: navigation, F.-mBrlttMfe,.
The matter ot r-lljETT*.' C' Electric
wmpany with regard tim SUt\ street
was referred to thi transportation
committee.   Burnaby wants the can
United Statea Capitalist from Spokane
Submits Important Proposal ts
'^Gm-mtfUeleo*-.
Nelson, Feh. 21.���The board ol
trade is considering the proposal of a
Spokane capitalist to establish a
pulp and paper mill here.
It ia proposed to/erect a factory to
cost $300,000, turning out 35 tons of
paper dally.
A free site and cheap- power are
asked for.
POSTMEN Wltt HAVE
TO COUNT THEIR STEP8
I .Canadian Pacific Railway engineers
have commenced work on the construction of the first of the many buildings which the big transcontinental
road will bluld at Coquitlam. A twenty-stall roundhpuse, providing accommodation for a score ot big locomotives has been started. The building
will cost $100,000."" ���
They selected the site last week.
At flrst plans called for the erection of
the new structure In D. L. 480, but
now the engineers have decided .to
build on a site in D. L. 464 on what
was formerly the ..Flint road. Th*
Flint road has, of course, been tako.i
over by the C. P.. R. as part of the
ground needed for their terminals.
Sounding for foundations are* being
made and Just as soon as this data Is
compiled the first stone will be put
Into place and the work will go right
to run direct from Naw Westminster
along Sixth street which would ie-
duce the time between Edmonds and
the city by flfteen minutes.
Hindu Question.
Is tbo Hindu question a political
ono 7 The question was brought up
and several Instances were cited
where these Asiatics are living in
"hovels" In Burnaby. President Walker was of the opinion that the Hindu
should be placed under the same restriction, regarding liquor, as that of
the Siwash. No action was taken.
After much discussion the board of
���trade went on record requesting a
building by-law for the municipality.
Complaint; was mads of irregularity
of rates on the Burnaby branch of tke
B. C. K. R. The people residing heir
Ray side are compelled to pay fifty
centa more for settlers ticket's between Vancouver and New Westminster than residents near Sproit's sta-
atter was referred to the
on committee,
cipal council will ba. asked
te alleged sliort measures
' one member complaining
8 In one in��'��nert weigh-
n the coal delivered.'
New York, Feb. 21.���An unusual order Issued by the superintendent of ahead,
the Brooklyn post office wlll make | fThe necessary tracks, nweWftwrf
next Tuesday a strenuous day for tho and various equipment needed in the
letter-carriers <ln that borough, the [round house will he: J>ht.tn as the
order reads: building progresses.   The construction
"On next Tuesday each carrier   of {of tba building marks the commence-
the local post office will make an ac- ment of the big, wojrlwj. which the.,*ail-
curate account of the exact number of
steps taken by htm ln the day while
enraged tn deliveries and collection of
mall on bis route. When submitting
the const at the end of each tour the
carrier wlll note on hts slip tbe exact
length In Inches from heel to heal o'
an ordinary step taken by him."
-   Duchess Is Invalid.
Naples, Feb- 21.���Tb* Duchess
way will bulld at Coquitlam.   Several
score men have   beep .working therefor weeks, of course,/ preparing, sites,
but tbe roundhouse is the fiwt building started.
VANCOUVER GETS
BOWLING CONGRESS
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. %\.-fHho
0f \ 1912 Western Bowling congress closed
Aosta has been taken to tho Capodl-1 here today with the election of officew
monte Palace suffering from bronchial \***J*% chooatag of Vaa<Jo��ver;,.ac..
��tatrh andI fever which she contract-11" W^gjfcflfW '����*! *���*"**;.
ed while nursing the sick and wounded , of if�� AaftOh*. wss chMejj PMwMent
soldiers on the hospital ship Mend, i0*"* or!^�������n, and C. R��d��ker.
Her condition today is not thought to of yan��ouver,B��C..(flrst,vJ|c,e?rSiddpt.
be serious.
Crete Is Defiant.
Canea,   Creto,   Feb. 21.���Following
the.receipt of a formal demand from
Glvaa Her, Rebate. .   -
Waahington. Feb. *1.���In-ace rd? nee
with a aujrema   coat*   decision   tho
United States treasury dojiprtment to-
the powers that' those responsible for day ts prepared to surrender tho fill,-
tho Moslem murders be punished, the 'dm ercess duties cbl'ectsd nn * $'",<V;
Cretan government today severed all 000 pearl necklace belonging to lira.
relations with foreign consuls.' Wllllkm B. Leede, of New York.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912.
fWants
^����m-MESSENGER   BOY,   AP-
���% Cfcfcst manj^Kft"tMegraph office.
���AflVE   REQUIRED AT
Hiving real estate  or similar
Tmoe.     Ask   for   E. W.  Cra-
. British-Canadian Home Bulld-
lAd, 626 Columbia etreet.
^WANTED ��� OENERAL   SERVANT,
���Mil   family.     230   Third   street.
L436.
^WANTED���THE      RESIDENTS      to
r that I am now operating the
_ pasteurized bottled milk plant
_ the dty and wlll deliver either
tpaeteurlzed milk or cream to any
#surt of the city or dlatrict.    Milk,
9 *t*mxt* ler   $1.00;    cream, 30o a
sjiMt    Phone your   order to R873
��r write Oten Tana   Dairy, Queens-
o. Lulu Island.
DON'T BURN     .
Waste Paper or Rape.
Pholte 475 and wa will collect, free of
charge.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
WANTED
Land to clear or grade. Con
tracts taken; estimates given
on cellars or foundations.
R. E. GRANNAN,
Phone 1074. 214 Fifth Ave.
ADVENTUROUS TRIP  '
ENDS IN WEDDING
FOR SALE
SALE���THE   STEEL MALLEA-
Range;    Canada's   Pride;   on
terms.      Canada   Range   Co.,
Market Square. 	
FOR BALE���AGASSIZ POTATOES
hi targe or small quantities at $35
per ton, or $1.75 per sack; guaran-
a-fjet) every potato sound; free delivery within city; terms cash. Hatt
<k��k. 527 Front street, New West-
; mbuter.   Phone 550. ���
TO RENT.
���*D    RENT���FURNISHED      HOUSE-
keeping; rooms.   224 Seventh street,
yCO RENT���LIGHT, FURNISHED Oa
unfurnished, housekeeping apart
rnrats; steam heated; hot and cold
water. Apply room 9, K. of P. hall,
corner Agnes and Eighth streets.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
front room on flrst floor. 703
Agnes street, opposite library.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM,
near Columbian College. 112 Fourth
avenue.
FOUND.
FOUND���AN EINGLISH ' SETTER
pop about four or flve months old,
black and white spotted. Telephone
113.
ELECTROLISIS.
.SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS, MOLES
it-ad warts permanently removed by
Miss E. Short, of Vancouver. Room
��. Collister block, Wednesdays and
Thursdays.    Phone 978.
IMWUDft IS P0WR!
Dunlt ��o on paying house rent. You
cant Afford to cripple your future in-
slependaBcc. Investigate today what
ia really being offered by the unique
home purchasing plan, Introduced
fter��  by
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HRITISH UNJUUN DOME
BUILDEKS, LTD.     .
625 Columbia St
Office Open Saturday    Evening    Until
9:30.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence of the rapidly in-
-mreasing volume of business, lt is ordered by the council that tn future no
.applications, wiil be considered by the
Board of Works unless Buch applications are received seven days before
4he date oi ineeting on February the
19th inst., and on every alternate Mon-
idajr thereafter.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk.
��� Kdmonds, B. C, Feb. 12, 1912.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Works Department.  Tenders for Road
Plant.
The Corporation invite Tenders for
the aujtply of the following:
Seven dump wagons (two-yard ca-
pocity).
SU dump rarts.
yUur wagon gears (Hamilton).
"Two road graders (large size).
Vive wheel scrapers.
���SKhtivn slip scrapers (large size),
��� with runners.
Kteht No. 1 Oliver Chilled ploughs.
Fbor Pick  Plouplts.
Ftarthcr jtarticulars to be had on
^personal application to the Municipal
engineer.
Tenders for the supply of any or all
the above, P. O. B. at Edmonds Station, n. C. E. R. to be delivered to the
mdrisigiK'ii, on or before 12 noon,
Monday, the 26th day of February,
1912.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Comptroller.
���Municipal  Hall,  Edmonds, B, C. February, IB, 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. REID
LAND   REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land Registry
Tamrtea Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
CITY   OF     NEW    WE8TMIN8TER
Health   Department.
Regulations    for   the   Collection   of
Garbage.
The Corporation has Installed a
Garbage Plant and expect to collect
from the Householders one can of garbage per week. The size of the can Is
given below.
The rates of charges are also set
out ln 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 wlll be used as payment for the collection of garbage.
These tags must be purchased from
the Tax Collector's Department, City
Hall, only, and will not be sold in less
than one dollar quantities.
Tags cannot be purchased from the
Collectors and they are forbidden to
sell or attempt to sell to any persoa
same under the penalty of inst an!
dismissal.
Every person must deliver to the
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 wlll not be responsible for non-collection of garbage
should a collector be unable to gain
access to the garbage can.
It is expected that the public will
assist the Health Department in this
matter by placing cans In such places
as can be easily got at.
Any complaints as to the Incivility
or non-attention of the Collector; or
the non-collection of garbage, must
be made immediately to the Health
Inspector, giving full particulars of
the complaint, together with the complainant's name and address.
Special collections can be arranged
by giving reasonable notification to
the Health Inspector at the City Hall.
The following regulations have been
passed by the Council:
FIXED,  CHARGES   FOR    REMOVAL
OP GARBAGE, ETC.
1.   The owner, agent or occupant ol
each bouse is 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
and must be circular. Cans must ba
placed in a position on the grounl
floor of the premises, easily accessible to the collector, and when filthy,
leaking or ln any way defective, must
be repaired or renewed.
3. Put into garbage cans all animal and vegetable refuse from the
kitchen, rags, waste paper, old shoes,
rubbers, floor sweepings and all miscellaneous refuse that can be hauled
away.
4. To have a clean can at all times,
and this department suggests that all
garbage be drained, before putting in'
can. It will then neither smell badly
in hot weather, or freeze in cold
weather.
5. Send all orders for service and
report all complaints to the Healtn
Inspector, Phone 70, City Hall.
6. Every person having scavenging
work done by the city, shall pay to
the city the following fees and
charges, that is to say:
For hauling refuse, per cart load,
11.25.
Packing out, per load, 50c.
Picking up dogs and cats, 50c.
Taking away horses, $5.00.
Taking away colts, 1 year anil under, $2.
Taking away cows,  $5.00.
Taking away calves, 1 year and under |2.
Taking away pigs, 75c.
Taking uway goats, 75c.
Taking uway sheep, 75c.
Taking away flsh, offal, 75c for one-
half load or less, and over to $1.25.
Taking away slaughter house offal,
75c for one-half load or less, and over
to 11,25.
Emptying dry earth closets, $1.00.
MISCELLANEOUS   SERVICE,
One load ashes or rubbish, per load,
$2.50.
Less than load, ashes, $1.00.
One load of cow manure, $2.00.
Pick up orders, |ier can for garbage.
25c.    Hach additional can 10c.
All of the above prices aro governed
by Section 2 of these rules. Ashes,
papers and rubbish must be placed a:
the back entrance or curb where
easily accessible, otherwise an additional charge will be added for lime
required ln carrying and handling
same.
Scavengers will make daily rounde
through the most thickly populated
parts of the city; namely, commencing at the foot of Tenth street and extending to Royal avenue, thence east
aB far as Leopold Place, taking in
Front street, Columbia street, Agnes
street, Carnarvon Btreet, Koyal avenue; and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays of each week to every
occupant of any premises within the
city limits,
S. J. PEARCE,
Health Inspector.
Sourdough Stahl Wounded  to   Heart
by Cupid While on Pullman Car:
Dawson, Feb. 21.���Klondike wedding
bells are ringing ln the Everglades,
Eugene C. Stahl, old-time Dawson
newspaper man and claim owner, Is
the happy hero of the latest romance.
Stahl left here two years ago, and
had excitement and experience enough
all along the route to Florida to fill ten
books. He went upon the last boat of
tho year, the Lafrance, which carried
a motley crowd of Klondlkers hurrying out to spend their wealth among
the tenderfeet.
Sojourning to boost Florida at
White Horse, Juneau, Skagway and
other points along the trail he eventually moved to Seattle, and .there,
while putting up af. a club, Was robbed
bed.
The bell hop took Eugene's grip and
with it all kinds of valuable mining
documents, hls poke, his jewel box and
other valuables. The boy was captured, and confessed and the stolen
goods were recovered. Stahl proceeded on his way.
Then came this chapter where
Cupid entered. But the sly Klondlker
kept this news back from his Klondike
friends. The romance began on a Pullman and several days ago lt culminated ln the sunny state of Florida,
where Btahl has settled down on a
large farm to grow grapefruit, lemons
and oranges.
DUKE OF FIFE'S PLAIN WAYS.
TAKES LIFE TO LET
HIS CHUH WIN GIRL
Youth   Commits   Sulcldo   When   He
Plnda He la a Bar to Comrade's
Suit
Incidents In His   Marriage  to a Princess Recalled by His Death.
London, Feb. 21.���The death of the
Duke of Fife has revivei the old discussion over the Fife pedigree. Genealogists let themselves loose on it years
ago, and never Was a family tree so
carefully inspected, root an.l uranch.
Of course, the picturesque pedigree
traces back to the "Fyfe Macduff," a.
sha:lowy ancestor who is said to have
flourished in the year 834. This Iind
ran later on through Shakespeare's
Macduff, another ghost from the historian's fairyland. The more prosaic
���and probable line is traced back to
Adam Duff, a farmer in Cluniebeg,
whose son, Adam, was ploughing hl3
flelds when Charles was king. Their
defendants married money and earn'
ed more, became barons and earls
admirals and generals, but the Duffs
have also remained good farmera and
good landlords to the present day.
The duke who has Just dle:l put the
coping stone to the glories of the
lucky house of Duff. Heir to great
wealth and to one of the biggest, if
not the biggest, of the landed estates
in the kingdom, he married the eldest daughter of the future king of
England and was created a duke at
his wedding breakfast by Queen Victoria, who announced his promotion in
the peerage by standing up and proposing the health of the "Duke of
Ftte."
The position ot the Duke ot Fife as
the husband ,of a royal princess waa
not without its difficulties both at
home and abroad. In foreign courts
the du'/e was entirely without position, for he was not royal. At home
he was similarly placed. At state
functions, for instance, he couhl not
ride in the same carriage with his
wife. '
These difficulties had been felt by
the Duke of Arg>ie and were likely to
be felt in a much greater degree by
the Duke of Fife. 'The latter, however, had an amiable temperament and
much tact. He mode himself a secure
position in the royal circle, and was
considerably strengthened when Edward came to the throne. Moreover
netiher the duke nor the princess
cared for public life or social prominence as royalties. They preferred the
happiness and intimacy of a quiet
home life.
It was typical of the retiring and unostentatious life they preferred that on
their marriage  the duke's  best   man
was a commoner,  Mr. Farquhar, and
{they went to spend their honeymoon
1 at the duke's quiet and unconvention-
I al house at    Mortlake.    The princess
! refused to have an official household
land  appointed   neither  equerries  nor
j ladies in waiting.    She was the only
I royal princess without a lady-in wattling.
Untll 1905, when Kin;; Edward gave
her the title of Princess Koyal, the
daughters of the Duchess of fife, held
only the technical position of "ladies,'
taking rank as the daughters of a
dune, not as the granddaughters of a
reigning sovereign.
A good example of the simple and
democratic ways of the late Duke and
his royal wife may be seen in tlie following story: Some years ago the
Fifes were staying in lirlghton. One
morning the two girls were out walking with their governess, very simply
dresse.l as always. It happened to be
ln school hours.
Ky the law of Kngland all children
must attend school, or If they are
educated at home their parents, If call
ed upon to do bo, muBt satisfy the
school authorities that they are receiving a satisfactory education. In
the case of well to do people this is
practically never done, except ln rare
cases where something unsatisfactory
is suspected. But at the time the two
little Fife girls were taking tbeir
morning walk in Brighton durlna
school hours Brighton had a very b.is.v
and exacting school Inspector.
The official happened to see the
children and went up to the governess and asked why they were walk-
in'; out during school hours. Informed
tjjiat they were being educated at homo
he asked the name of the father, and
receiving from the amused governess
only the name "Fife" without any title
he proceded to write to Mr. Fife, demanding an explanation of the children's non-attendance at school. The
duke, amused and astonished,' furnished the necessary explanation.
had probably shown a preferenoe for'
the Kurtz youth. {
Sulman came to this country only a
few years ago with his chum. He had
been employed as a clerk with excellent prospects. si*
u . 	
BURGLAR ARRESTED
BY ASHCROFT POLICE
Philadelphia, Feb.; 21.���His heart
torn by the conflicting emotions of
fidelity to his comrade of early achool
days ln their home ih Russia and the
thought that a beautiful 17-year-old
girl for whose affections both boys
were rivals, had been won by hls
chum, prompted 19-year-old Joseph
Sulman, of 518 Tasker street, to send
a bullet Into his brain. Several hours
later his body was discovered by the
companion for whose happiness he
had sacrificed his life.
The girl in the pathetic story is Mlss
Rose Llesuer, who resides With her
parents at 516 Soutli Thirteenth strett.
When apprised of the tragedy she was
ln a high state of excitement, due to
a strange presentiment that some-1
thing had happened to her boyish I
suitor.
Both Boys Her Suitors.
This was prompted b.v her stdry of
the two youths. She declared that
Joe and Will had always been'the best
of friends and for the past six months
had been calling upon her.
Only on Sunday night the dead boy
pulled a letter out of his pocket addressed to her declaring that she
would get lt on the following day.
He explained that he was going "fnr
away" and that he woull send lt to
her. He seemed so melancholy and
mysterious about lt hat ahe suspected
he was planning extreme measures,
but notwithstanding her pleadings, he
left without giving her the letter.
8he Had Her Preference.
The dead youth left two other letters beside the one to his sweetheart,
one to hls comrade, and another to
his couEin, Mark Lurie. addressed to
25 Suffolk street, New Vork City. Ali
of the letters were written in Russian
and are in the possession of the no-
lice.
It was further borne out by the
girl's statement that of the two, she
Vancouver, Feb. 21���Detective Green
arrived at Vanoouver from Ashcroft,
B. C, aa custodian of Derwln Delvln,
who haa been held by the Ashcroft
police for some time at the Instance
of the Vanoouver authorities. Delvln
Is said to be one of the most notorious
among Vancouver hold-up men who
were responsible for the crime wavo
here some few weeks ago.   ���
Cramming down ill-chosen
food, and rushing back to
work, leads straight to dyspepsia, with all It means ln
misery.
Proper   habits  of   eating,
with   a   N��-Dru-Co   Dyspepsia  Tablet  after each
meal,  restore good digfts- ���
tion, health and happiness.
A box of N��-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but
50c. at your Druggist's.
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.
us
ft Is part of my profassiotitsl
aarvica to ahout woman how
to correctly wear their corset*
Let me select end fit, in the seclusion of yonr heme, that comfortable, classy, perfect garment���
\ Spirella Corset
No other is so
flexible, yet permanently shape*
retaining as
Spirella
Boning
Light, cool, sani-
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Guaranteed for
one year against
rust or breakage.
My personal
services are free.
1 guarantee a perfect fitting, raodiih
Spirella Corset.
An ippoinlmcnl with
���m pUcei bo oUigttion
oa you���it anuaad to
youi convenience.
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caV mill btiiru ma.
'Phone 981
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(36588B6806tf*
s)
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D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. fitli and Columbia I
Mrs. L. McLeod
Office Hours 1 to ��� p.m.
825 Columbia St., New Westminster.
I
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...915,413,000.00
RE8ERVE    915,000,000.00
Branches tbrougnout Canada and
Newfoundland, ana in London, England, New Tork, Ch'tago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
balking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parte of ths
world.
Savings Bank Dsrsrtment���Deposits
received In sums of 91 and upward,
aud intereat allowel at 9 par cent, par
annum  iprcse'it r��tt).
Total  Assets over 9186.000.nnn nn
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
New Arrivals
At Phillips' Big Clothing Store
We have just opened and put in stock our first ;
consignment of
Boys' and Juvenile Suits
These Suits have opened up far beyond our expectations. You will be surprised when you see this assortment of Children's Wear Apparel.
The Boya' Suits are made ln Single
and Double Breasted with the bloomer
pants In all the latest shades, as
brown, grey, fawn and many other
neat patterns.
$4.00 to
$15.00
The College*
UON BRAND
The Children's Buster Suits are
very neatly deslgne.l a;id the colors
nre very fashionable and pretty.
$4.00 to
$8.00
CALL     IN    AND    INSPECT    THESE
a J. PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
671Columbia Street New Westminster
>v THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWSu
PAGE THREE
large/'doses of alcohol, the medullary
centers being apparently directly depressed by the poison tn tbe   blood,
Digestion  is checked   by Alcohol   In
large amount, the action being- local
on the mucosa as well as reflex and
sympathetic.    The nervous system is
typically derresned by alcohol, t.a one
may often see in the immunity of Intoxicated persons to falls und lilows
upon tlu> head   and   other   seats   of
nerve masses.    Mental action, too, is
depressed in nearly every case with
the exception of Imagination nnd certain phases of emotion activity of less
efficiency and value than the intellectual facilities.   The depressiou exerted
on  the all-important chromaffin  and Ij
thyrodidean uystems by alconol may jl
be presumed from their close"depepd-il
Once on normal metabolic conditions,!"
but the action of alcohol in this respect remains to be worked out.   The
"stimulating^ effects of alcohol, then,
are rather apparent than real, for In
nearly every csbc the phenomena may
be shown to be really degressions of j
the Inhibitory phase   of the   balance
control which ls bo common   ln the
organic functions.
Admitting that there are some unsolved points still in the physiological action of large doses of alcohol,
the above statements seem at the present time wholly safe as a rule of advice for physicians to use ln their
practice, since especially in this grave
matter it is undeniably expedient always to be on the safe side. Here
one can be at the eame time pragmatic
and entirely scientific and Bincere. li
is to practical medical men that the
world will most gladly listen in this
as in other respects relating to their
physical welfare, and the true physician will always recognize lu his responsibility a Ltrlvllege.���Medical Be-
cord.
PAY CASH. IT WILL PAY YOU
THURSDAY
IBSEN   MESSAGE
GIVEN   BY  ACTRESS
J. B. THOMPSON    "ROB ROY."
At the Opera House on Monday Nig ht, February 26.
MllUlil Of jULCHOL
ON TOE OilMAN SYSTEM
Duty of Medical Men to Treat the Liquor as a  Depressant.
New York, Feb. 21.���Miss Mary
Shaw, the well-known actreBS, says it
is woman's weakness still, in spite of
r11 the talk about her emancipation,
to do Just as some man says.
"1 hate to confess it," she told a
large and weli-dretsed audience of wo
men at a meeting at the Hotel Gotham, called by tho Women's Political
union.
"I hate to confess it, because I see
a man or two in the far corners here.
But it is true. If it- is a question of
a play, now, and some nice man says;
"Oh, really, you must not see that, lt
is unwomanly. The heroine is morbid,
neurasthenic; you had better not go,*
we say, "Why, of course.'"
Miss Shaw was down to speak on
woman suffrage, but she declared she
���. could not thiiiK of anything to say
about it, because she had never been
Tlie other one is that  able to see that there was any argu
Fresh Headcheese, just in, per bowl
Cur regular 3 lbs. for $1 Tea, per lb.   -
Our regular SOc Tea, per lb.
No. 1. Rice, 4 lbs. for - .
No. 1. Coffee, regular 35c, Today
Imported Sardines, 3 tins for -
Eclipse Soap, per package
Wax Beans, E.D.S. Brand, per tin
Delicatessen Department
Saeurkraut, 3 lbs. for -
Sweet Mixed Pickles, Heinz, per pint
Pigs Feet, 2 lbs. for
Cambridge Sausage, per lb.
20c
aoc
45c
25c
30c
25c
20c
10c
25c
20c
25c
25c
The Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS.
PORT   MANN
pensive one,
Habituation   to  its  use  is  both   easy   ments against it.   So she talked about
anu enslaving.   Let ua see, then, how   the  drama   and  Ibsen's   message   to
it is a depressant   in each   essential   women.
l.hrase ot its physiological working.     I Stop Being Slaves to Duty!
\ Lowers Temperature. ,1     "Ibwm."  bSms said,    "baa . don��    wl
In metabolism   it acta   alwaya, even ' thl�� ��teat aervlce���he baa told ua to
In Kui.nl  amounts, to lower the   body   Bt��P betas slaves to duty.
temperature, and ln q\iaptlty It cools ���    "Everywhere  a. woman  goes,  some
the tissue protoplasm beyon 1 recoveiy.  8n�� is telling hor of a duty eta�� owes
  The    sense   of body  heat, of course,   society or the church or her husuand
arises almost wholly ln tiie skin, and   or he��" ph,M- b,,t nnt"  lWn cam* n0
The  fact  that  alcohol   is  In  large   alcohol   raises   the   surface   tempera-   one ever t0,d a woman that no duty
doses physiologically a depressant, so   ture by a marked vasodilation.     This   can  be paramount   l<>   the   anu   ; U
olteu ignored by the  pub.lc and   its   effect far   outbalances   whatever   in-  owe8 herself."
preceptors, the physicians, as well, ac- crease of heat production comes from Th,s did not I leas�� some of the wo-
iiuirtu additional importance from the Its endogenous combustion. Herein ii m���n in the audience,
circumstance that the majority of men the most essential of all possible "Well, I declare." said one of them,
and women will not do to excess what ' modes of depression^-���Despite the "I should not think Mlss Shaw would
they Know ls harmful to them. Oreat fact that In amounts of not over 50 B�� telling women to be selfish."
ls the evil that'has come to the human or 60 c. c. dally alcohol is oxidized1 T1>�� speaker described some of her
race through the misuse of the term largely in the musculature, the action experiences with writers of suffrage
stimulant for depressant.   If lt ls the   of the muscles   is   disorganized   and   -'*%*���
duty of the medical man to teach bis   rendered less powerful aB well as less j      SufTrafle, piaywriflnta tne Limit,
public that the familiar bouse fly Is a  efficient.   The apparent stimulation of |    "Mostly   they   are   lmposlbie.    she
"typhoid fly," surely it is his duty to   the heart   in rate   and   vigor   recent  snW. "because they are stuffed with
instruct his public that aloohol is a de-  physiology construes   as  in reality a ' propaganda.      Every _ suffrage play I ��� gJ    .       and    have   ^   indef<,aBlble
nressant,   "crushing" and  "subduing"   depression   of   the   vagal   influences  have read   Is right down   here,   and L
rather than a stimulant, "goading on" i over   the   ventricles���two    negatives, she put her hand close to the ground
to increased-acUvlty-atheulc and al-   thus making a positive.    But even so I     "I Have sdld to these suffrage dram-
most never asthenic.   The lmmeasura-  the rest   periods   of the   orean   are  "tists. Why not trust the public? Give
ble misery caused by alcohol ln this  shortened materially, its total strength  it   something ��� beautiful,   clothed    ln
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world of burs, aa Is generally  recog- being literally depressed  to a period
nized. lies largely in two of the eir- which   ls    long   enough-   to   Involve
oumstances related to alcohol.1  One of  fatigue. -
these ls that the drug   Is a sedative i . E"��ftt on Respiration.
and financially as well as a very ex-'    Respiration ls markedly affe"ted by
fancy, and trust It to see the lesBon.'
But no; the suffragists will insist on
filling their plays With propaganda,
and the public will not pay to hear
that."
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USEDSRGE TH
To Darken the 'Hair and Restore Gray and Faded Hair
to Its Natural Color.
It la easier to preserve the color of
the hair than to restore it, although it
is possible to do both. Our grandmothers understood the secret They
made a "sage tea," and their dark,
glossy hair long after middle life - was
due to this fact Our mothers have gray
hairs before they are fifty, but they are
beginning to appreciate the wisdom of
our grandmothers in using "sage tea"
for their hair and are fast following suit.
Tho present generation has the advantage of the past i.i that it can get a
Auction Sale of  Lots
Under Instructions from the Surrey
Municipal Council I will offer fer sale
at Public Auction on
Tuesday, February 27
at 1:30 p.m., at tbe Clarington Hotel,
South Westminster, 29 lots ln resub-
division of Lot 23, of subdivision   of
Section 16. 6. 6 N., R. 2 W.
The  lots will  be offered  for    sale
Title.
Terms of sale, cash.
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for Port Simpson, Port Nelson,
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Through Tickets to Eaatern Destinations  via  Chicago*    Vour choioe
of Routes.
TICKETS TO ANO FROM  EUROPE���ALL LINE8.
City Offices 527 Granville Street.
Telephones:    Passenger 8eymour 7100, Fright Seymour 30BK.
Express Seymour 7986. Vancouver, B.  C.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611   Victoria  Street.
(Over Daily News.)
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North Easterly half of Lot
2, Block 13, ln the City of New Westminster.
Whereaa proof of tbe loss of Certificate of title number 1132P, issued in
tbe name of the Westminster Masonic Temple Company, Ltd., has been
filed at tbls office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration ot one month from
the di\te of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Oerti flcate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry  Office, New Westminster, B. C. Jan. 27, 1912.
ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy.. As a
scalp tonic and color restorer tnis
"sago tea" made by our grandmothers
The growth and beauty of the hair
LAND   REGI8TRY   ACT.
Re lots 43, 46, 47, 48, 57, 59 and 61.
62, 63, 64, 65 of lots 8 and 11 Suburban Block 13, ln the dty of Now
Westminster. ���
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlflcate of Title Number 1455P, Issued ln
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
aratlon is vastly, superior to the ordinary been ft,ed m th,g off,ce
Notice Is hereby given that I sball
depends on a healthy condition of the
at the exjlratlon of oqe month from
scdlp. Wyeth's Sa<*e and Sulphur Hair ���� date of the flrst publication here-
Remedyqulcklvkillathidandraff germB of' ln �� <*��"? newspaper published ln
which rob the'hair of iu life, color and the City ot New Westminster, Issue a
lustre, mnkos the scalp clean and'duplicate of the said Certificate, unhealthy, gives the hair strength, coloi; less ln th* meantime valld objection
and beauty, and makes it grow. -he made to mo ln wrltlnjc.
Got a 50 cent bottle from your druggist; W. S. KEITH,
today.     He will give your money pack District Registrar of Titles,
if you are not satisfied after a fair trial.  Land Regl'tr- Office, New Westm'.w-
Special Agent, D. 8. Curtis. ster, B. C. Feb. IC. 1912,
B.C. Mills
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. Manager
ftiijV&^&^UArtY 22, 1912.
THE LIQUOR LICEN8ING BILL.
Amongriwmeasures most effectively dfflSWWWfl^ the
provln'cTar legislature during the present session was the Bowser bill for
regulating the licensing of the sale of
riBtpxtaavng liquorj|. *The liquor ques-
tlon,W��h4f ��t ft does, the life and
mosttyfflhlftrwUttons of the citizens
of tnB"liruvlut!e"Tnrtl having an important eeflhbnrfe Md*. la one of the most
Important problems with which poll-
tlcia^^fif#.todeal.,,  -
There are fdw questions upon which
a greatefTwwletyiof opinions are held
than the liquor problem and its solution.��� AndjMMl* .-have had a long
time 4^mnMai��ilt lt, too. No doubt
it Is'mwstltMi,*9��r since the distillation -'(tfPtbStystepe 'became known to
mankind, the observer who happened
to be ��itt��dJKltku. sense ot humor haa
smiled at the vdgarles of human
nature as, revealed ln the various
drinking customs prevalent In different ages. Literary records lend
countenance to the conclusion generally accepted ln these days, that the
drlnldng Customs of the present time
are * considerable Improvement upon
thoe^of past generations. Bacchus
wasj^i %finW[Wment mythology, the
Anglfl-Saxona drank long and deep,
and-even as1" recently us a hundred
years ago) tfrd'ability to carry a few
bottles of"$liife under one's belt was
regarded; not-ara sign of hoggishness,
but aaMNHiUt. of manhood that
was not at all unbecoming. Mankind
ha$ Aa4(^]j'il3gr6'ffl3 since then,, but
through all"cWn'g��8 and modifications
of social customs human .nature has
continued very much the same. Today
the fcoaflrt^ed, excessive, habitual
drlnkfer U'ttit free and liberal as he
WORTH A QUARTER
i Dawson, lieb.^l.-^Twenty-flve cents
in virgin gold; -to every pan, with- a
paystreak running'back into ttie bill
twenty feet and ,a fence opened along
the front of the hill tweity-flve feet
or more���this describes the splendid
ground on the Miller Creek benches.
Some of these pans run as high as
$1.36 and none noes under 25c. iThls
news ls brought by Billy Hague, tbe
news carrier and express messenger.
Hague says:
Strike .la of the Best.
"This ls one of \h�� greatest Striken
eveV made In the country. Miller and
Glacier have produced many fortunes
tn creek gold, but never before have
been known to carry anything of par^
tlcular value In bewftvpay,,.; 'Htf*,
proves the Miller benches are of Ufl
Bonanza afid*WW��rado clas^'W^tteat,
it. lt means a great deal. Since the
men havo drifted In only twenty feet
and have not run out of the pay, they
are very hopeful of the pay continuing
far back into the hill. They have
bBen worklhg there three yeara, but
have Just opened the -pay ln such a
way as to prove the existence of a big
body. "���-        \
500 Feet Above Creek.
"This ls on a bench BOO feet above
the creek proper. . The benches are
not unllko those of Gold Hill, on Bon
anza. Mattlson &, Bodll own No. 3,
and Owens owns No. 2. The claims
are Just above tho N. A. T. &.. T. concession.
"Miller's rich creek pay has always
been found Just below points where
pups have cut the high benches,
which would indicate there ls_ much
more rich pay ln the benches."
MB
n hhj. criticisms of the con-
WS'like himself, and more
ever w.
duet'of 'bi
scathing still In h's denunciations of
the rarer nnd more moderate lapses of
men of .more sober habits. In .little
matters^0_fmstlmm things, have not
areailv ahammAr irom .the , days in
which ;.t was considered bad form for
a*V gueatto*%e ttoe ftrw to Tetuae tbe
bOUYe.    Then,    as    now,    tbe    heavy
CRITICS OF SIR EDWARD GREY.
sword In the Interests of France. The' Lord Rosebery is wise In not attempt-
Entente Cordiale" has  survived  be- ing to decide whether the correspond-
cause the French people understand
what it meanB to France���because, in
short, it has ceased to be one of purely political expediency ahd has developed into a real expression of the affection of one great people tor another. It ls devoutly to be hoped that
serious opinion will lefrulu from associating  tself  with  those critics'-.of
The  dissatisfaction"'f*ft  to? <��tt*ain  _	
quarters with the.-P9.UW pureed   by | sir Edward Grey wbo are already seiz
Sir Edward 6rey is, manifesting iteeh , ing upon the Ereneh exposures   as a
in a variety of ways, and vlm-parlia-   Nv.eapon of attack.
ment meets, some interesting If&tofUes      The   Bpeech   recntly   delivered   by
on foreign affairs will  doubtieBs take
place.   There is a school consisting of
politicians and publicists who hold to j thinking    men should   adopt.     Lord
the belief   that   our   friendship   with   Rosebery emphasized what has 'been
France and   Russia   involves   obliga-  Ba(d over and over again by responsi-
Lord . Rosebery on international relations  represents  the  view   which  all
ing benefits are adequate. He sayt-,
quite frankly that he ls not ln a position to Judge, for he is not in the confidence of the government. He has.
however, been at tho heud of an Administration, and therefore when he
emphasizes the need-for secrecy in
diplomacy his words carry weight.
The Labor Party, allied with a band
of cranks whose speciality is a little
knowledge of foreign affairs, arc
agitatln", for greater publicity. Yet in
their own transactions members of tho
Labor Party frequently find uses for
secret wiethods, as, for example, when
conducting negotiations with employers in-trade disputes
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1012.
mama*mmmam*****mmmamamm*mamma*m*a*m*mam**i
Here Is Your Chance to
LOTS RIGHT IN THE CITY
at Your Own Terms
The lots are all cleared and ln grass; water, light and telephone
right there; the size Is 60x100, with lane; the terms are 175.00 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.
-   McGILIi & COON
Phone 1<>Wi
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(Old Glass Works Factory. SAPPERTON.
golla are Instance.!.      The treachery
of M. Calllaux, who sought an understanding with Germany which, had it
been brought about, would have shat-
teied the 'Entente Cordiale,' has naturally tended ln a large measure to
.increase the feeling abroad  that our
foreign  policy   Is  perilous.     Happily,
the French .people have not been slow !gjde"are enormous
tp giake amends, and in sinking their!
jealousies' and   consenting   to   Berve
under M/ Poincare the leading Frenota _*���
statesmen have afforded the world a j
splendid-exhibition   ot Individual   pa- \
trloUsm  and  natonal solidarity.      Nl. \
, , Calllaux has met the fate he deserves.,
drinker who is subject   to   recurrent  Tbe limejy Qiscovcry ot hla attempt to
fits of total abstinence   was   unfair-li.=.tov n,��� km��. r*t wonno���r,r. rathe***
The carpiig criticism of Sir Edward
blu ministers, both in this country and |Grey to which I have alluded is part
, on the Continent, that the workings of of a determined attempt to drive him
diplomacy must necessarily be veiled, out of office. But U is forgotten thai
:and that the newspapers have no j while foreign policy may be shaped
thorough knowledge of tlie important by a secretary of state, it ls , tn tlie
affairs discussed between nations, j main, the policy of the nation, not of
Ministers in office must place the high 'any |,articular individual or party���a
interests of state before public curios- j policy continuous from one govern-
jty. Lord Kosebery realized that un- ment to another. Sir Edward Grey la
der present circumstances there can . not. the tyrfe of statesman to reBpond
be no European war without Britain to clamor; but were he to grow weary
It is not defln- .and resign, hls policy would remain,
rock   upon   which
tion so Berlous as to be altogether out
of proportion to the benefits received
and who point to the contingency, always regarded by them as imminent^'
that now Great Biltaln has' beeti.
caught in the meshes of what is known
as the^'Continental system' we may be
drawn into war of world-wide devastation over some issue with wllich we
are not directly, j and may indeed, be
only remotely, coucerned.
In support of this view recent events ! taking an active part	
in regard to Morocco, Persii, and Mon-lltelv "known whether or not an actual Ibeoause lt  is. tho
Walker Bros. & Wilkie
Rooms 5 and 6, B. C. Electric Railway Depot.
Phona 1105.
SAPPERTON���Eight roomed l:ou?e on Columbia street   for   $3500:
$2000 cash, balance to arra:: ge.
LANGLEY PRAIRIE���Close to B. C. E. station, within fifty 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
military convention 1b in existence be-1 rests the security of the British Bra-
tween ther powers of the Triple "En- l4>tre. #
tente," but it may ^afely be assumed I 	
that If no plan on paper   has   been ��� i A Desirable Pew.
concluded at least 'military conversa-      A   parer   in !tbo   neighborhood   of
tlons,'  providing for  common  action  Johnstown advertises   a church   pew
ln the event of hostilities, have be^n for sale, "cbmmnnding a bautiful view
I held.   The obligations Incurred on our of fiearly the.whol? congregation "-
and   far-reaching.   AltobnafPn.) Gazette.'
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni.
Mgr.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
See. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
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*
ly an<Jt sweeplngly   condemnatory   of
the mityij^t&ft^ra drinking is not   a
vice, aqp **m Aies not consider that
abstinence   from   drinking   is necessarily to be reckoned among the great
and crowning virtues.   The gratifying
thing about the drinking customs of
this generation   and    the   prevailing
nictlioii of;rejs%rdii].r. the drink problem, is|b|i y.<Jp 'liave come to recognize thrit ft' re d1i   obligation   resting
upon individuals to be efficient in all
the relations and activities of life and
cfti��ensJiU,���aul..lhat over indulgence
in strong drink, because it weakens a
man at the point of practical efficiency, should not be encouraged or even
permitted.
lt will be admitted on all hands,
then, tbat it is fitting an.i proper that,
in consonance with public opinion on
the question, legislation should be
directed to the restriction of the
drink traffic, but it is equally important that care should be exercised to
avoid Imposing laws which are unfair
In tbeir operation and effect. For example, it lias always seemed to us
that tbe method of interdicting excessive drinkers as it is followed in
British Columbia is crude and inept.
Even in N'ew Westminster there are
some forty persons whom It is
unlawful for any dealer to supply with
intoxicating liquor, It ls perfectly safe
to say that no liquor dealer or liquor
seller In the city knows more than
half this number. Tills being so, it
is obvious that tbe carrying out of tbe
law in this particular is an impossibility.
Nor does the government measure
wo are considering amend this condition of affairs, it is true that lt makes
the law more stringent. For example
a dealer is liable to a fine of twenty
dollars if any interdicted person is
found in the vicinity.of his premises,
but this cannot be said to improve
matters. Something might be said for
an amendment by which tlie interdicted person would become subject to
punishrfjent by law lf he frequented
lioonscii" praises. This, indeed, is
law i��i ~Alb$ta; but the amendment
proposed \y" tlie Attorney General ls
absurd in the last decree, it is of the
essence, "of- justice that laws, being
framed for the protection of society,
should not lie an injustice to any
class or body of individuals in society.
.... rf. ���
phrase can adequately describe the
treacherous nature of his diplomacy���j
has beeu followed by his summary da-1
missal from the confidences of the na- j
tion. in a very' short time he will pass ]
1 into obscurity as far as serious poll- j
tics are concerned, and will be at lib-1
erty to carry on as a private financier |
the hole-in-the-corner bargaining ]
which accomplished his downfall as a {
statesman, and which, though haying I
obvious diawbacks when brought toj
bear uron the foreign policy of a great f
power, can nevertheless be profitably '
employed on the bourse and in its im-1
mediate neighborhood.
ln si.ite,   however, of   the restora-
tion of what might be termed polit.cal'j ���
stability in France, Sir Edward Grey's |
critics  will doubtless  seek  to   make j
caidtal out of the adventurous course !
of negotiations which on his own ac-1
count M. Caillaux (.'pnductecL \y4th Ger-!
many.    The   circurm?fati<?��s    will  be;
overlooked that bi.s iation? .Wiej"elmere-1
ly those of an individual, not   of thei
French people, who so Boon as the veil J
of secrecy  was drawn and the 'plot' I
discovered were not slow to mete out *.
condemnation.    When the 'best com-!
plexion  bas   been . placed   upon   the
Whole incident we are still left amazed |
that in any country it should be possible lor a Premier to carry on negotiations behind the backs of the foreign   minister,  the   ambassador, ancl, i
wbat is still  more   to the   point, of j
friends and allies among nations.   The
'personnel' of the new ministry is in
itself a Guarantee that there can be no
repetition of this   coquetry with Germany.    The  declaration  of the   new
ministry���the ministry of all tlie talents, 'As much as ever do we mean ts
remain faithful  to our alliances   and
friendships.       We  shall  endeavor  to
cultivate them with the perseverance
and continuity  which are in diplomatic action the best guarantee of rectitude and probity.'   At the same time
the  declaration   expresses   the  intention  "To  maintain  between   a great
neighboring  nation  and  Franc, In a
sincerely  pacific   spirit,  relations   of
courtesy   and   frankness   inspired   by
mutual respect for their interests and
dignity.'   in the passages here quoted
the aims, not of   France, but   of the
Triple  'Entente'  are  correctly  stated
���to  cultivate   existing  ties   between
the powers forming this compact;  to
be courteous and frank towards Germany.
Thus lt may be said that while the
Triple "Entente" has been through a
severe ordeal, it has emerged unimpaired, and, if anything, strengthened.
For a wave of patriotism has swept
France from end to end, and with It
has been merged a sense of shamo
that a miscreant, temporarily in office,
should, acting In tbe name, but not
with the mandate, of France, have followed a course of duplicity towards
a friendly nation prepared to draw tlie
Some Pcttple Are
*--m��
Don't You Be One
New seven-roomed house on
Hamilton street, near Twelfth
street car line. Hull size cement basement, cement floor,
furnace, etc. Beamed ceiling in
dining room and burlap and
plate rail. The woodwork in
this house is exceptionally well
finished. Bath and toi.et separate. Lot faces on two streets
and is thorough y Improved. The
price is $3B50; terms, $1000
cash and the balance at your
convenience.
Five-roomod house, thoroughly modern, with fireplace, furnace; has full'size cement basement, cement tloor. laundry
tubs, etc., beamed celling in dining room, burlap , walls, plate
rail, etc. One block to car line.
Price $3600; terms, $700 cash,
and the balance over five years.
New flve-roomed house; modern, furnace and full-sized cement basement. Larjje lot with
lane at rear. The lot has a
lawn, eleven bearing cherry
trees, raspberry biiBhes, etc.
Price $3850. Terms, $650 cash,
and the balance to arrange.
New flve-roomed house; modern, with basement, furnace, cement walks, etc,; situated on
Second Btreet. Price $.1000;
terms, $840 cash, balance to
suit you.
j . '.   i      ���    .
Nolqdy
I
f
ever yet
ound tke pot of
gold at tne end of
the rainbow. .
Don't be a rainbow chafer
Neither be discouraged, for there is
a pot of gold for you and you don't
have to run to the end of the rainbow to get it. This gold is not even
under the ground, thouQh it is on It
and In It. The ground I have In mind
is In N��w Westminster.
I will change the metaphor. Faraway fields look ijrcon, and he is wise
who makes the most of his surroundings. By this I mean that in the
haste to Invest in distant lan:!c, the
best opportunities of all lie practically
urvnoticed by the good folk of New
Westminster. For the best investment
opportunities today are right in this
town. I don't say this just because i
live here, iind the fact of my patriotism for the town has nothing to do
with the case. I am speaking simply
as a business proposition. You can
buy cheaper In Westminster today,
value considered, than you can anywhere else In British Columbia.
8PLENDID APARTMENT
HOUSE SITE.
Two fine lots, all cleared.. 132
feet square, facing on Royal
avenue, Dufferln street and
Alice street;,fronting on ctty
car line. Price only $10,000;
one-quarter cash, balance easy.
RIGHT CLOSE IN.
Large lot on Carnarvon street,
all cleared, with 33-foot street
at rear; ready fdr building.
Price $6000; balance to arrange.
IN THE WEST END.
Lot on Nanaimo street, near
Fourteenth street; cleared and
facing south; size 66x132. feet;
magnificent view and close to
cut-off. Price $1375; terms, one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
month.
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THI8 IS
CHEAf'F.R THAN NECESSARY
Lot on FourtU street, between
Ti'tlh avenue and Sixth avenue,
slz�� 61'Axl48% feet. Two
blocks ij car; excellent residential sttfe, Price only $1350;
terir. i, one-third cash, balance 6,
12 aV\ 18 months.
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HERE'S A BIG LOT CHEAP.
Hamilton street lot, near ��l<th
stroet; size 50x150 feet; partly
cleared; high, and dry. Price
$1155; terms, one-third cash,
balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
.Fine lot on Sixth street, near
Agnes; size 66x132; lane at Tear.
Price $21,000; ternrcto arrange.
This Is a dandy site for a store.
W. J. KERR, LTD.
614 Columbia St.        New Westminster
I TTWUH8DAY, FEBRUARY 2* 1912.
THE DAH-Y ^N��Wa
; GENUINE TEST IN
SOCCER ON 8ATURDAY
competent    and   paiustaklng
oughly    	
Prof. J. IJ. Ty troll, chairman of tbe
Mining Institute, occupied tbe chair,
and expressed appreciation ot the texture, and short speeches  were made
also by Prof. W. 8. Kills,  Mr. J. M.
J Clarke, K. C, Dr. D.A.C. McKay, Frln-
Coqultlum. the league leaders, a^.J cipal of Toronto Technical School, and
coming to We.tnyn.fr on   Saturday.,Dr' ''^ft^,,,,, 0lven.
"An investigation Into our factories,
machine shops and business a(ace. all
through Canada tell.'tbe sanlo. story,
tbat the forking lad. joining from
our schools have been very poorly In-
���ln 'manv
a     re-
Teachers on
'".,���*'
lt I. up to tbe Senior   Amateur,   to
beat them. If they oun do so, and bold
���on to the winning streak for a game
.or two more they will have the trophy
cinched   for   the   Hoyal   City.   Kven
.now the local team is running .econd , . ��� ^,, _w��� __j��.���_i ���
.or third, and they have a great chance "tructea. The mechanics
.of winning out. Ica��ef,     *��     ,n��\     valire
The last time the locals played Co-' Ptfat��n fft etic��%?..        * ,.,..
> <,ultlam it was away from home, and , Pfmlta without k^ledge or facility
1 i the farmers won out, but Westminster F"*ke    V3*0*1?? . * *���"*/      D��ct���
��� '*������ ���a���.^a..    ���ifeaslon who did
L day the game will be played at home, I not aaorn ����� and ��*������� ' am a,rald-
��oh Moody   square,   with   about   the
'. strongest team that can be raised   ln
the field. The men wlll take the fleld
,' with aome oonildcnce, and If only
j their supporters .will turn out in good
��� numbers, and show their appreciation
I of the flght tbat they are putting up,
; 'they should net away with the honor..
The team Will be- selected from tbe
j following player.: Blrchfield, Mc-
'   Alll.ter,   Patterson,   Speedie,   Smith,
Craig, Ayle.bury, Chlel, Petrle, Cayd-
.. zlen, Tyler,   King   and Wilson.   IThe
game 1. called for 3 p.m. and will be
i referee^ by Watt..
HE
$I52��SUITS SATISFY
A great game of basketball is expected on Friday night, wbeu tbe
V. M. C. A. team, go up against tbo
.senior and 128 pound team, from
Vancouver. The second Westminster
Y. M. C. A. team has an unbeaten record up to date, and seem.' to be away
ahead of any other team In   It. class.
r ' The tlrst team wlll consist of Gilley,
Smith,   Uolii,   Bangster   and   A.   N.
' Other, ln the second team wlll be
Dougherty, Swanson, White, W. Sangster and Fader, with VvhlRaker a.
spare man.
Hmw.ier r- -���-���-- ,���* -----
waa only playing ten men.   On Satur-lhuve entered their profess
^^^^ at home, Inot ad��ni ����� &od even, I
' ministers inocent ewen of 'scant Latin
a#d less Greek' were none too strong
either in philosophy or general erudition.
"I state these thing, beciuse I fear
that they Indicate a serious imperfection of training, a carelessness about
standards, and an unwillingness to
surrender some of our fallacies that
may interfere wltb an effort to rouse
our educational boards, or civic au
tborlttes, our cabinets and parliaments
to look on thoroughness and efficiency
in education, labor and professional
life as absolutely essential to our industrial success.
"Thinking men are saying today:
we need better elementary education,
better high school training, more practical university science, more men
who know the principles and reasons.^
of things. Especially do we need
more science ln our Industries.
Problems to Solve.
"Out of many letters relating to
from flfty to a hundred flelds of Industry which I have received from keen-
sighted and Intelligent scientific men
in Canada, I may give examples of the
tremendous waste of valuable things,
and of unused opportunities. Nature
has given us great resources In Canada and. we do not know how to use
them-
"AH these problems are suggested
to us by experts; In our silver ore region, the great heap, of metallic cobalt and cobalt oxide for which we
have found no use; we need a plan to
separate our nickel from low-grade
ores; Investigation as tb qualities of
illuminating gas; Investigation of anhydrite; remedy for sulphur in coal;
to And' cause bf exploslbility of coal
dust; how to utilize straw, wood
waste, smoke, hardwood., sewage, tar
as a by-product, waste in wood pulp
(50 per. cent), peat, by-products of
shales; how to treat pulp of various
kinds; how to obtain a Bate bleaching
agent; how to improve paper-making,
how to acclimatize corn, alfalfa,
wheat; Investigation of water lifting
in the soil; method, of meeting hurtful Insects: Improvements ln leather,
glass, glue, enamel, gas-producers;
treatment of British Columbia ores by
electricity; methods of utilizing flsh
waste; and so on.
Research a National Asset.
"What, then, Is research.
"1.   It  Is  :���   great   national   asset.
Think of what it would be to have a
hundred men of high attainments and
practical  .kill  working  under  favora-
 ���  , ������u ,a ���,��� i��� ������    ���������.���   hie conditions   ln  Canada   upon   tbe
hummer," and Is expected to mafce [hundred problems to which, we have
Harden more than extend himself.' A \ referred. We have had them, but we
wrestling bout between Fre:I^ Smith, dl.l not set" them to work on our na-
llghtweluht champion oi the coast I tional science problems. From the
and Jock Tait ts also likely to be a ! University1 of Toronto alone there
very fnst affair. "Jock" ls a flne sciap- | have gone to high   educational po.l
.JT31   COLUMBIA
i    - ������ ,?7
STREET,
Secretary-Treasurer McLaren, of
tlte Senior Amateurs, made a point or
two at the meeting of the soccer
league ln Vancouver, which may make
that body pay a little more attention
to the convenience of outside clubs.
With regard to the claim for the gam>*
which If was argued the V. A. C.
should fortelt, however, he bad to
withdraw the letters of the Westminster club, a. the secretary stated tnat
the mati l��"B had been arranged at the
last meeting and showed them a. .uch
ln the schedule book. One point made
was that the secretary of the league
should keep the standing of the teams
as published in tbe papers up to date.
Westminster ha. been standing fifth
in the list for a long time, whereaa
she should be either second or third,
if credited with all the points gained.
Some good inter-city boxing and
wrestling ls promised at the Armoury
next Wednesday night. Arrangements
are heing made for six boxing and two
wrestling bouts between the local
regiment and tbe V. A. C. Some of
these should produce some very fast
work. The sensation of the evening
wlll probably be provided by a flght
with Ernie parrieu, the Vancouver
crack and lightweight champion Of'tbe
Paciflc coast. He is matched against
Frank Home, who is said to be ''Soma
else except plain, intelligent hard
work. I have pointed out how Megess
may be obtained.- Tt can. only be. tion
by governments���dominion, local and
municipal���co-operating heartily In ad
vanclng technical education, by the cooperative association pf uuiveisltles
and technical school., and it can be
greutly assisted by the shrewd but. interested support In co-operative plans
of the Canadian manufacturers: Resides all these may be mightily stimulated by the gifts of rich and generous
Canadian.���and I am further .ure that,
the local government, will pardon US'!
If we should a.dvlse the wealthy men
to take steps to escape tbe legacy tax
by dollars hundreds of thousands of
dollars while tbey are still living that
tbey may see the fruit of their
labors."
TWO BIG
IIBU'
Factory Sites
& 1     mini '
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Twenty-three acres within the ��lty��� limits, adm^ltf^jjitcfiued1 for
manufacturing sites. Trackage available from fo*- caJlw lines,
river frontage. -Several factory sites already selected in-the neighborhood. * ��� wvw "    -a*.** ���*���
For price an*-all other particulars apply to
5}S>
TojT^Jht
AND   ALL   THIS   WEEK.
Change of Program Each Night
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per and It is quite on the cards that
he will pull off a win against bis redoubtable opponent. In the 110 pfiuntl
class Fitzgerald, of this city, lg looking for a good opponent. He bss soma
enthusiastic admirers* In local circles,
and If a good man can be brought over
tions ln the United States hundreds
of Canadians, and I have a list ot
graduates of the Guelph Agricultural
College wbo have left Canada to bold
high educational and research positions in thirty agricultural college and
experiment stations, from tbe Atlan-
stie.
SCIENTIFIC   LECTURE
ON   RE8EARCH IN B.
of
of
On Saturday evening members
the British Columbia Academy.
Science were entertained by a lecture
���on scientific research worthy Mr.
Charles Hill-Tout, ona of the best
known anthropologists on the American contfnent. 1*h^ subject taken by
Mr. Hill-Tout was "6pj)ortunittes for
scientific Research ln British Columbia."
The paper covered a wide fleld
pointing out the splendid opportunity
-offered to the original research student of British Columbia ln the
sciences of history, botany, entomology and sociology. Plans were discussed which will lead to Important
research work during the next two
summers with the view to preparing
the nucleus of a museum for the provincial university. The lecturer remark-
ed that next to the establishment ani
endowment of a provincial university,
he regarded the formation of the British Columbia Academy of Science as
the most important step that bad been
taken in the province tn tbe Interests
-of scientific knowledge.
against him a lively scrap should en-; tifc" lo the Pacific in the United States.
' I am Informed that in institutions of
higher learning and scientific occupations in the United States there are
no fewer than ,$00 graduates of the
University of Toronto, and I know
that McGill and Queen's are similarly
represented. ���> /
A Spirit of Intuition.
"2. Research is a spirit of a passion. The brilliancy, tbe inventiveness of tbe aptitudes of the true disciples of research seem fo carry' with
them a certain unaettledneas and va-
riabability from rule that some would
call-genius., It is the power of keen
mental vision which reaches its object by a species of intuiti-n. Kelvin
saw the practical application of principles by a sort of Instinct, and Edison simply imagines the line of search
wbich experiment insures to him.
Involves Hard Work.
"If then research is all this, how
piece ot intellectual work. The essence of the process of research ln
experiment and eontlnuel trial. It
means to some extent isolation from'
the world. So we should see tbat our
best of support, of respect, and consideration ls given to the men who
will seculde themselves in the laboratory and give up the pleasures of
gaiety or even of general culture.
"4. 'Laborare est orare' ls an old
motto, and so when we see^jthe high
Ideals of a Newton, a Kepler, a Clerk
Maxwell, or an Agassiz worked out Into discovery, we regard their research
as high work���a moral exploit. In
short, the persistent, honest, self-deny-
lng work of the earnest seeker after
truth ls surely a high virtue.'
Means to Secure Reso?.rch.
"It then reasearch is all this, how
may we secure it to our country? If
it is a national asset, and a beneflt
to all tbe people then it is a fit subject for Government assistance.
"The subject of research has a
peculiar attraction for men of large
means. Research takes a great deal
ol money to be effective. ?y.\ It has
a very .definite aim which appeals to
men ot large fortunes and business
habits.
"One of the strong features of German* advance In reBeareh ts the union
Of all. classes of the people in r.uppo: t-
ing It.
The Only Way to Surxcsc.
"If Canadian manufacturers are to
succeed, this cannot be done by artificial bolstering up or slelght-oMwnd
or industrial   cornering or anything
NEED   OF   RESEARCH.
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Bryce Urges More Scientific
Training in industries.
Out of the experlehce gained during his tour, of Canada abd visits to
other countries as a member of tho
Royal Commission of Industrial Training, Rev. Dr. George Bryce' of Winnipeg, ex-president of the Royal Society,
nnd member of the Conservation Commission, lecturing before the Canadian Institute on Saturday evening1,
made a stropg appeal for better elementary education in Canada, better
training ln high schools, more thorough utilization und Jess waste of resources, and especially more science
in Industries,-says the Tbronto Globe.
Chemlftry, phyMcs nnd biology were
particularly Important, he said, for
the progress ot life and industries. Ho-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S12.
Tm   Voyagera. |
A harbor there is where the ships
go out-
Frail little ships they are��� !
With white sails poised to the kiss of
the wind-
Over the gleaming bar.
Over the great wide world they go,
"Breasting the foaming tides,
Until they rest in "the heavens   afar
Where the dark storm never strides.
Some never return from their distant
quest��� .
Lost, and none know where���
And the years go by, but never again
Over the seas they fare.
And where is the harbor whence they ;
sail I
Under the blue above? I
The harbor ls found ln the hearts  of,
men;
The ships are the words of love.
���Arthur W. Peach, In Delineator
I  ���	
Things Worth Knowing.
To learn to think and act for yourself.
To respect gray hairs, especially
your own.
To waste nothing, neither money,
time nor talent. ,   |
If you have a place of bisincsf, to;
be found theie Alien wanted. t
To spare when yoa are yo;:ng, ttiat ,
you may Bjcnd when you are old.
To bear littlo ills patiently, that yo.i !
may learn how to bear gieat ones.
To be self-reliant, and not take too
much al\ice, but rather depend cn
yourself. i
To kee? alive in your breast   that '
little spark of celestial fire called con-
science.
To learn to say no; lt will be of
more service to you than to be able to
read Latin.���Northwestern Christian
Advocate.
Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Since the old-fashioned theory of
curing eczema through the blood has
been given up by scientists, many different salves have been tried for skin
diseases. But it has been found
that these salves only clog the pores
and cannot penetrate to the inner skin
below the epidermis where the erfemi
germs are lodged.
This���the quality of'penetrating���
probably explains the tremendous success of the well known liquid eczema
remedy, oil of wintergreen. thviivjl,
glycerine, etc., as compounded in D.
D. D. Prescription.
We have sold other   remedies   for
skin troubled, but none that we can
recommend as highly as this for we
know that D. D. D. stops the itch at
once.
Of course other druggists have D.
D. D. Prescription���go to them if you
canJt come to us���but don't accept
some big profit substitute.
But if you come to our store, we can
"tell you all about D. D. D. Prescription
and how it cures eczema, because we
have had the agency for ao long.       /
Or you can get a free trial bottle by
writing the D. D. D. Laboratories, 49
Colborne St., Toronto. F. J�� MacKenzie, Druggist.
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News are a class worthy of
your most persistent efforts
to secure and retain their
patronage and esteem.
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912.
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Wednesday and Friday        9:00
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(daily except Sunday).17:30
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via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday) 17:30
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(dally except Sunday).17:30
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j WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A I
MARTIN���Barristers and Sollcltora. I
I Westmlnater offices. Rooms 7 and 81
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and 1
McKenzie streeta; Vancouver ot-1
Bees, Williams building, 41 Gran)
vllle atreet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27.���
The regular iheetlngs of thla lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.    C. J. Purvis, N.G.;  W.
C. Coatham, P. O. recording aecretary,  R. Purdy, financial secretary
Varden No. 19, Sons ot Norway,
meet in Eagles hall the flrst and
third WedneBdajis of each month at
8 p.m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. KROGSETH.
President.
J. J. AUNE.
Financial Secretary.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPPWRfYlNO.
'USB M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
J. 8TILWELL CLUTE, Oarnster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele-
phono 710.
JOHN8TON  & JACK80N.
Barristers-at-Law, Solicitors, Etc
Adam S. Johnston. Frank A. Jackson. Offices: Vancouver, Room 40S
Winch Building; New Westminster,
Room 6, Ellis Block, Columbia atreet.
Telephones:     Vancouver,   Seymour
2163;  New Westminster, 1070.
Cable   Address:      "Stonack."  Code:
Western  Union.
RMimuo
3MY TRAINS-3
Toronto Express leaves at 8:60
Chicago Express leaves at   13:60
Imperial Limited Leaves at 19:40
IO ARD OF TRADH���NBW WhiaT
minster Board of Trade meets In tn��
board room, dty Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting -on the tmro
Thursday of February. May, Augusl
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the tblH Thursday 01
February. New member* may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANl
H. J, A. flURNBTT.
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.     Room
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDfe ft KDMONDS���Barristers nnd Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whlf iside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
Through Pullman Tourist and
Diners. For Reservations and rates
apply to
ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
CASH IF YOU CAN.      V
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.    1
Wo have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
JL Newsou&e Ik Son*
P��Mu*��nr��, F&pertMLngen
and Decorators
J: N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38. Begbie Street.
Estimate* Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C*
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl Service
I. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor ftnd notary. fii�� Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH to 86 H. P.
8 and 4 Cycle
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phona  S3.
St.,  New  Weatmlnstv
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P. M Daily
12:00 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. 13th, 27tb'
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M Thursday
For  Upper  Fraser  River  Points.
Steamer Beaver. .
Leaves New Westminster. 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves  Chilliwack,  7:00 a.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Galiano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington. Ganges Hr,.- Gulch-
eon Cove, Beavor Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.   .
'     to ED. GOULET,
1 Agent, Naw Westminster.
},.      .. H. W   RftODIE..
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phono 106.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
a*x * ������
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Ollice: Princeaa St,
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
***J
P. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      (H/M1K.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
Westmln��t��*
Transfer Co.
Office, Phone 185.     Barn Phone 137
Begbie Street.
i   Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
tight and Heavy Hauling
><���/* ..,i'rP<'-.-
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 Rico, Bahamas.
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities In the world. These Ox-
celent connections afford every
hankln* facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
*
Tbe Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT    THE    SERVICE    IT,
RENDERS    ITS    CUSTOMERS
MAKE8     FOR     PERMANENT
BUSINESS  RELATIONS;
���"  ren'   ��� ���*,
THE
BankofToronto
11
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
 '& _
CAPITAL
,.$4,600,000
REST ...15,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER.    B. C
BRANCH
j. gracey; manager.
7
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i PAOB EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, Wf.
t SEE OUR
8TOCK OF
Pumps
tuners
iree
l^&ft sold by
��oT��   "i
IIMUI.U !UIJ   ��� It J
I LUSBY
Phone 22-23
���   H. Goodland of Chilllawek,  was a
guest at the Russell hotel yesterday.
>. Eighth Street 'Bakery, fresh , crump;  mak<58 ft vwncticajly
ets daily.   A. Hardidan. Phone L159.    ^t7^jjjfcjj
YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
Get the utmost care if handed |nf to
our dlspeptarq. ; Our cheeking ��y'stem
impossible Tto
ii t-t
Ice cream   on
text tram office.
hand    Ira A
Phone 310.
Reid, J
���*
.. Last four da}s   to   skate
Pythian roller rink.   Kink
Unlay, February 2i:
Becauses
YOU ,,p^9^T TO INSURE BE
CAUSE ^li^'E IT TO YOURSELF; fl^C^TS^^'OU OWE IT TO
YOUR FAMILY, AND BECAUSE
YOU OWE IT TO YOUR EM
PLOYEES. WE    INSURE    YOUR
PROPERTY AGAINST FIRE, YOUR
FAMILY AGAINST LOSS, IF YOU
DIE,       AND   '   YOUR        BUSINESS
AGAINST [AflHWF* TO EM
PLOYEES.
HE8ttf��
Alfred W. McLeod
JNS'U-RANCLl
Ul
Columbia St.,
Phone  62.   ,'M."-   '.New  Westminster,
Sulphur, Blue Stone, Lye, Arsenate of Lead���and anything
else in this line. Any Quantity
?3-iM��(|
ALSO
FRESH SEEDS
NOW IN
Curtis Drug Store
For
PH9T9^00DS
SPECTACLES
���WWfcj   >*���
Phppe 43,
D. 71:   Res. 72.
tmlnater,    B    C.
Phone
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough {Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
sis, Septic Tanks, Etc.
Se#'s Perfume
We have them
|c! and 50c, lines
A big stock in all od irs.
. ��� The Reliable Tailors and Cleaners,
formerly locate! at- 39 Sixth street,
has moved to/their new location at
iil2 Carnarvon street.   Phone 4$4.
Fresh cut daffodils, violets md carnations. Tidy, the flo.iat. Phone num
bers L 184 and 103". **,
Rob Roy" will be played at the
opera house next Monday. Prices 50c
to $1.50. Same cast ,and same prices
as Vancouver opera house. Phone 900
for seats now.
Dr. H. Hope, eye srec'allst> can
be consulted daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., at'657 Columbia Btreet, over
Curtis' Drug Store, or by Pho.ie 295:. *
Donald Ferguson, the Westminster
man who has borne witness against
John McNamara in New York, to the
effect that he saw him cranking T. J.
Trapp's automobile on tho night of the
Bank of Montreal robbery, used to
work ior Anderson'and Lusby, in thiB
city. lie has been taken fa' New Vork
b.v the prosecution, and Is only brie of
several who could be, usetj. ir necessary to testify, in the case against the
alleged bank,robbers. It is to the
credit of Ne\y Westminster a,nd the
police inquiry Into the robbery which
has been conducted here, that the appearance and testimony of Mr. Ferguson were featured in despatches . all
over the world last night, and that
this glimpse of Canadian police
methods, as legitimately engendered
in the strong, pure, teeming cradle of
British justice, has proved to be that
dearly loved thing in tha United
States, a newspaper sensation.
Burnaby Young Men's Association.
A meeting.will be held in ths old
municipal hall on Thursday, February
22, 1912, at 8:30 p.m., for the election of officers and forming rules for
above association. All youn^ men of
Burpahy Invited to attend. **
Mr.  Marshall  Busy.
Mr. A. Q. MatsbaU, auctioneer ahd
real cat&te agent, SouUvWentmlnster,
he1.!! tbe flrst auction sale of l?nled
properties in that district on Saturday in Eiggers Kail, respite the un-
pro; itinus weather there was a larae
attendance of people, either desirous
of purchasing homesteads, or speculating for profit. The properties#ex[osed
for saia embraced land in the lower
mainland extending from Chilllwuck
to Ladner and Burnaby. Many of
those put up for sale realized 40 per
cent above the reserved price. Others
were withdrawn, the bids not reaching the expected amounts.
Mr Marshall will hold a sale of
White Rock lots about Easter, before
which advertisements will be printed
in the Daily News and other   papers.
"Hand-Cuff King" Billed.
Fome strong acts will be presented
hy Manager Gillis at the Royal theatre
during tho last three days of the week.
��� -i*t   ,���   if. i -
The    lirst     of   these     is    Professor
Reese, the "handcuff king." which can
open any lock, key or bolt that the
smartest police in the world can put
on him. Chief Bradshaw and his men.
however, are hoping to "put one over"
on him, and two or three of Ihe local
police force will be sent on to prove
that from the arm of the law not eveu
a vaudeville artist can escape. It Is
believed that the professor Is not
anxious about the outcome, as, so far,
he bus proved too good for any of his
would-be captors. An Oregon boot is
not a pleasant thing to wear, and the
professor does not keep It on long,
but there will be one on thc stage on
Thursday and succeeding nights, from
which he will free himself without
difficulty. Another smart turn is that
of the Davis company. This is a shooting act, but it dlfievs from all others
of its kind as the shooting la done o.T
trapezes and slack wires. With wonderful accuracy Davis breaks targets
alj round bis lady assistants even
when swinging head down trom
trapeze.
We put In exactly what is offered,
and charge a fair price for these In-
e,   *l   Qthte  gredlenW.;.-       j     .
closes Sat-  �� ,  ;1...
Yo^Hmj}<j[��� absolutely sale if dls-
V**s*WJ$^/f>
Davies' Pharmacy
YOUk PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
Phone 40. ; Cliff Block.
SCOPE FOR CHOICE IN
NEW SPRING GOODS
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R.. A.' M.       A. R. C. M.
Member ot the Incorporated Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc, apply 37 Agnes St.,
New Westminster.   Phon* L<>38..
-.*     '
At Anniversary
mmmmmmi^^m^'m^i^'^^*^ms*mmmmmmmmmm
bale Savings
Snaps
Good lot on Fifth Street
near Seventh Avenue
$1050. Good terms.
London Street near Tenth
Street; good lot on north
side $850. Good terms.
Major & Savage
550 COUJMfelA STREET
Early Spring Styles in the
Suit Section
Suits of medium weight are made of imported
tweed mixtures in tones of tan, green, grey and
brown. The models shown for Today are In the
prefront of the season's styles and have graceful :ind
becoming lines' "ftoats run about 25 Inches in length,
lined throughout with silk, Bemi-flttlng both front
and back, tnanish sleeves and collars strictly tal'oed
Marked  for  Special   Selling...... $18.50
First Showing of New
Lingerie Blouses
We have"just received a large shipment of these
, beautiful waist models; shown are marquisettes,
lawns and linens; beautifully trimmed with lace and
embroidery; at no time will choice be better nor
prices lower than right now. Exclusive styles from,
each       $1-50 to $5.00
New Prints Just to Hand
On Show Today
Two hundred pieces best grade English prints Just
arrived; the Datterns Include many new effects as
well as the usual staple styles, In plain stripes and
dot   patterns; width 31 inches.   Best grade, yd...15c
New Ginghams
An exceptionally large showing of now Scotch Ginghams, in ; lain stripes and fancy plaid effects; colors
guaranteed   absolutely fast;   width .28 inches.
75  patterns,  special       ; .8 yds. for *1.00
80  patterns,  special, per yard	
i I
i   tt
.15c
New Skirt Models
The n��w skirts are made In serges, tweeds, Panamas, voiles and fancy mixtures;  in both  light   and
medium weight gbods; many shown in- tho new
high waist line effects, with panel   back,   trimmed
with buttons and braid. Moderately priced from,
each $5.00   to  $12.50
Embroideries Give a Big
Reception
They are Just what you want In quality nnd deEigns
and there is a larger assortment than ever; every
conceivable width and quality in nainsook, enmbrie,
Swiss and English longcloth; In edgings, insertion'!,
headings, allovers, flouncings. bandings and skirtings. You'll be well repaid for a visit to thia section today.
in. ii si ir ii i M'imuamm*��j*im.ti i i.fc nwnacan���i
B, & M.
Specials
Point Grey Herring ....4 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Halibut  2 lbs. for 25c
Live Cod (half or whole), per lb. . .8c
Fresh Salmon (half or whole), lb. .lie
Fresh Oolichans 3 lbs. for 25c
Large Rabbits, each 35c
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
IT PAV8 Tu ADVERTISE
..'<   ��� IN ��� .
THE DAILY NEWA
FURNITURE
P.ought and Sold.
Highest Pi ice Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
A LIST OF LOTS
For Builders and Investors
Indications point to increased activity in building in New Westminster this year. Not only wlll there he more dwelling houses
erected, but new business blocks, apartment houses, hotels and some
important manufacturing plums will be constructed this year. All
this will help increase the value of New Westminster property. The
time to buy is now.
RING 456
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.C. R'y
TMr-
JCWELCR
W. R. QILLEY, Phone 122. O. E. OILLEY, Phon* 2��1.
Phones, Office 15 and 11.
Ltd
COLUMllA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, UME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
* I
Disp.
1 eati* .1
UG STORE
hemlstt, Etc.
443 Columbia dt
matmtnmter    R C,
���"    '*<!
���'!
T*.
Aviation   Nonsense.
Why  should   any   aviator   at   this
stage talk of flying across the Atlantic
in thirty or any  hours?      If he feels
impelled to try a three-thousand mile
flight  in n dirigible or an aeroplane,
why does he not turn westward, where
there Is plenty of solid earth to land !
on?     There   may   be   a    man   somewhere foolhardy  enough   to attempt J
llie flight from Newfoundland   to ire-
land.    It Is a sure and   easy  wav oi'
achieving passing  notorfety  -inrf ine;.
dentally   of    committing 'BiiloWe   by'
drownng.   There will be time enougii
lo talk of crossing the   ocean   In au
aeroplane   when    this   continent    i>-m
heen traversed by air wttbraj aife&fr
,li).".
\ ���'       ���   .
(900) Fourth 8treet_oo fool
lot with lane at re:ir, $700.
Terma to be arrnged.
(801) Thirteenth Street���Lot
with double frontage, $800.
Term* to be arranged.
(1004) Eighth Avenue���Two
lots overlooking Moody Park,
lane at rear, $1000 each. Easy
term*.
Firth Avenue���Near Second
street, two cleared lots, $1500
each. Small cash payment to
suit. Good opportunity for
builder.
(748) Princess Street���Lot 63
by 132, near Sixth stieet car
line; price $1000. Terms to arrange.
(1043) Soventh Avenue���Near
Sixth street car line, $1050.
One-third cash.
Sixth Avenue and Ash Street
���66 foot lot, $4000. Buy beforo
Sixth avenue car line is built.
(75^) Arbustus Street���Near
Queens Park, lane at rear,
$1250.   Terma to arrange.
(1005) Fifth Avenue���Near
Sixth street, lot 66x132, cleared,
$2500.   Terras to arrange.
(1040) Burnaby Lot* Cheap���
On Second and Third avenue,
near Sixth atreet car; partly
cleared, 50x150, $650 each.
Terms $50 caBh, balance $21)
rer month.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur     Quassia Chips
Whale OH Soap* Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
EYES TESTED BY OPf ICIAN.
���PHONE 6?
WESTMINSTER TRU8T BLOCK.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
rauoKuuv
F.J.Uart&Co.,tt<f.
i.vov, KiOKi  .:,.^.;
.*  .   ���   t:.i*  tf.patt        a- I.
New Westminster
Head Offlee, New Westminster      Krancha* at Vancouver
.   Chlllivpack and A'dcrprov*. B.C.
IH.
Victoria
Weatmlnster Braneh. ��� Cars
leave B. C, B. R. Co. >t��tlon for
Vancouver at 5:00, 6: ,45 ahd
6:45 a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Servloe.-rCar* leave
for Vancouver at ��: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���Can loavo
R .C. E. R. Co. /Motion for Vancouver at 6:45. C>46 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and Inte car
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
8:26.
Lulu Island Branch���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
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