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 8EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF
PORT   MANN   ACREAGE   IN   AND
ADJOINING THE TOWNSITE.
(Lower Office.)
WHITE, 8HILE8 tX CO.
Satis
ffcEX^'FOR PRICES IN PORT
-M*tiN PROPERTY, IN AND AD-
JOING THE TOWN8ITE.
WHITE, 8HILE8 & CO.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 302.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  FRIDA Y MORNING, MARCH 1, 1912.
I'ltiCB FIVE CENTB.
V
LIBERALS CONVENE
Representative Gathering at
Vancouver.
BIG THINGS fOR
CARNARVON STREET
CHIEF OLIVER IS HONORED
Old Parliamentary Hand Still In    the
Game���Arranging for Impending
Fight.
Vancouver, Feb. 29.���With about 400
delegates present fiom all parts of
British Columbia, the Liberal convention stalled its opening session In
the O'Brien hall at 2 o'clock today. !
The | resilient of the provincial asso-
elation, Mr. John Oliver���"Honest
John" as he Is popularly termed���oc- j
cupied the chair. The question of
nominating candidates for the provincial elections, to be held next
month, was dlscuBsed, and it was decided to take steps to thoroughly
organize the Liberal party In the province.
All the different electoral ridings
were well represented at the gather-
lng, Vancouver had fifty delegates,
Victoria forty, and a big representation was present from Vancouver
Island.
Circulate    Petition    fop    Paving   and
Lighting���Hotel  Company Will
Spend $75,000.
COMMIT TEW CRIMES
DURING FEBRUARY
lilg developments are in hand for
Carnarvon street, and apparently it
will not be long before this ueeomea
one of the Important business streets
of the city. A petition Is being circulated by Mr. Kelly, manager of the
Russell hotel, that tho city council
pave Carnarvon between Eighth and
Sixth streets, nnd put in cluster
lights as on Columbia street. Thin
petition has already been signed by
James Cunningham and most of tho
other property owners on this section
of the street, while the Odd Fellows
and the other property owners are
prepared to sign right away.
But this ls not all that ls being
done. The G. A. Hankey company, oi
Vernon, who own the Russell hotel,
are planning a new huilding und Im
provements for Its bar and billiard
room. A four storey brick blocli is
also going to be elected on the upper
corner or llegl.le and Carnarvon, and
another one will probably be built in
the near future on the opposite corner. Mr. peters, of the Premier hotel,
ls already building a hotel west of tho
Russell, and the Odd Fellows huvo
also made plans to increase their
building by adding another storey or
so, and etxettdlng it out in the rear.
Tbe new building to be built bv G.
A. liinkey will be situated on Begbie
sireet, on thc lot below the Kussell
hotel, and will have four
DEADLIER THAN WAR ANARCHY IN PEKiN
Lal: or Fight in Britain Giim
and Earnest.
COAL  STRIKE HITS HOME
Revolt Among Yuan Shi Kai's
Troops.
POST MAI lots
mmm hands
MUTINEERS   FIRE   HOMES
Asquith  May  Effect Settlement���Less
Than  Half of Coal Owners Opposed to Adjustment.
London, Feb. 20,���The meeting today between rremler Asqui.h anu rep*
lesentutlves of the miners and the
operators was fruitless, both slues
btan.ung put. lu u desperate attempt
to pievent llie paralysis oi truue
tnioughojt    the    country,    a special
Great    Alarm    Felt    for    the
of Foreigners���Loyal Troops
Ordered Out.
McSean Syndicates Property Almost
Sold Out  Before    Publ.c    Sale
Beglne���Prairie Men Buy.
Port Mann Is selling faBt. Lots have
Sa'ety   been bought and already turned over
at a profit, and appearances point to
this townsite   being   another   Prince
Rupert.    One embus feature of   the
buying ls that hardly  a  single local
man ls Investing, the money coining
mainly   from   Vancouver   and   prairie
Pekin, Feb. :i9.���A revolt has broken   men, who are dally \lsiting the town-
out among a portion of Yuan Shi Kul's ' B|te In considerable numbers. Messrs.
tioops, some hundreds of whom start-1 Motherwell    &   Bailing    report   that
ed a riot this evening   at   8 o'clock
DOMESTIC TRAGEDY
Man   Kills   Wife  and Two
Daughters.
Motherwell    &.
! practically all the   business   property
belonging to the   McHean    syndicate!
They wrecked uud eet flre to houses   has been toll, although    the    publto
and  paraded the stieets shooting in- ��� sale of lots has not yet begun    That
meeting of the cabinet is being   held < discrlminately. wlll Btart toduv> and tlle Huns.ird Bsn
tonight.   As yet nothing lias been ac-      A strong torce of loyal Roldicrs has ! dicate's property and that which the
compllshed. I heen oi derej out and is endeavoring | (j. N.  R.    kept    for themselves   will
City Police Record Good���More Wor��
Available and  Va^rar.';  Few���
Fifty-seven Cases In All,
ground Moor will consist of three
stores, above which will he suites of
first class apartments. The improvements to the present bull.'ing will convict of a cow front to the bar nnd
billiard lor^m on Begbie street, in
terlor Improvements which will make
Realizing the crisis wliich confronts  to restore order
tho country, tne government is hoid-1    The  streets are crowded    and the
lng   troops   iii   readiness   tor   instant | greatest alarm prevails for the safety
service. { \ of toi eign ers.
Many of the minerB quit ahead ot The mutineers at 9:80 o'clock this
time today, and many others gave \ morntng numbered about 2U00. Hun-
notice of quitting when their notices I dreds of shops already have been loot-
to   their employers  become  effective. ' oj.    Much reckless shooting occurred
Conierences of cabinet leaders will j outside the Chle Nmen gate of the
be held all tonight to discuss plans Forbidden City, near which the lega-
lor meeting tue situation. Few Indus- tion quarter Is situated,
tries have reserve coal supplies, and | Inside the city proper tbe situation
lf the strike continues but a lew days is quiet, and It is hoped by the authorl-
trade cannot go on. | ties that   order will   be   restored by
Upwards    ot   three-quarters    of   a  midnight.    The    rioters    claim   that
million coal   miners    had   laid down   their wages have not been paid.    A
'their tools and gone on strike by J.   shell  filed  from one of the guns ln
storeys. The ! 0'c'oek this afternoon, when the day \ the hands of the mutineers fell within
probably be put on the market within
a day or two.
Messrs. Motherwell &. Darling will
open their office on the townsite today. Every day they are carrying a
dozen or so of Intending Investors
over the river lu a gasoline launch.
Among; these was Mr. Mansfield, the
well known capitalist of Victoria, who
has Invested in the place.
ihift in the mines ended.   The army t the ccnSnes of the legations, but it did
of   striking   colliers   swelled   hourly   not explode.
throughout the morning .when it became known that uo settlement had
beeu reached.
The deleg&tes of the miners    were
I approached early thi^ morning by Sir
Foreigners in the capita] are being
brought into their respective legations.
BETTER fUTURE FOR
IMPASSABLE STREETS
  i
Tl.c-ra wai remarkably  little   crime
ln New V\t|*jnin:-ti'r during the mout.i (
of Fehruary."  Only f>r cases in all .���[�����
peared in the police court, as against |
120 in January.    Th? improvement !:)
partly tu be accounted lor by the In- j
creased    amount    or    work    available
with  tho beginning of tub  fine  wea-
ther.
Of the accused in the 57 cases seven
were committed lor trial and six are
now serving time.   The oftences coin- ,
mitted included, It* capes of drunken- I
ness,  two of  disorderly  conduct and
one or the combination Of    the   two,
Five .agiants   appeared   before   tho
court, two cases of gross indecency,
and two of burglary were tried. There,
was one case of blackmail and one of
robbery with violence.
this a most cosy resort and socciiu i '-'r-'^rSe Askiviih. wilh 60 me of his
entrance ll/.hled'with electric stand-! c',;lea��,:e3 of tllG l*>-"d of trade and
ards from Alexander street. Alto- *eie;ul labor members ot the House
gather, the company will apend about ^ commons, with a view of finding
$75,000. |BOiue   way  out of the crisis.    At  the
LIST C"
EXPORTS ISSUED
BY  IRISH   DEPARTMENT
The building to be jnin  up on tho 'sun,t> Ume the coal owners gathered
corner will lie of brick. On the ground   at lhL' foreign office, where they con-
Boer will  be  BOVeral   stores     On  tho Marred with Premier Asquith an J sev-
diagonally opposite corner a  b<illdln3 ' �����J m.mbera ot tho cabinet,
may  bo  put   up  later,  hut  nt  present
no definite  plans liave been male.
MODERN WOMEN;
OLD CONDITIONS
What should prove a very ,usefu'. i
handbook to all tm] oners has been |
rerei\ed from the department of agri-1
culture an.i technical instruction for,
Ireland.    This is a "List of Irish ex-1
I porting    manufacturers"    neatly    and .
[cleverly compiled,   tnd    giving    the
��� mlit.nl facts about each manufacture.
I As is stated in the introduction,   tho
Macadamiz!n3    Will
Year���Lack of Ro;
Irmrovemeni
Be    Done   This
k Kept Back
in Past.
RUMG3  PICKS NOMINEE
OF CONSERVATIVE PARTY
Kansas City Sewing Instructor    Says
thc Women of Today Could Not
Survive Old Times.
Now that the election   Is   certain,
political rumors ure Hying around the
street.    One of the  most Interesting :
of  these, and also one    that    bears
some stump of probability about lt, la
to the effect that Thomas Gifford, M-
L. A., will retire from active politics,
The same rumor mentions H. L. Ed- ,
monds as slated for the Conservative |
nomination.    Mr. Gilford   has   spent
many years ln parliament, and his re- j
tircmont is not Improbable, while Mr. |
Kdmonds Is pollce magistrate, and haa
been an active member of the Conservative party for a number of years.
CANADA AT BISLEY.
Daily Mall Man Thinks Us the Whole
Thing.
London, Feb. 28.��� The Dally Mall,
in this morning's Issue, suggests a
competition of Hritish and Canadian
marKsmcn, each using match rifles,
and another between them tiring wita
service weapons with battle sights.
This, affirms the Mail, without pre-
Judging whether the Ross rifle with
tke Sutherland sight Is or Is not fitted
for battle work, would give the Canadians an opportunity of showing their
skill and testing our mettle. The
Dally Mall also says that Bisley, without the Canadians, would hardly be
worth thinking about, for they have
mads themselves popular, shown
themselves good sportsmen and have
proved to be wonderful shots.
Resold Cliff Block.
The British-Canadian Securities
company, which recently purchased
the corner of Sixth, Columbia and
Clark6on streets, has already turned
over part of the property at a very
handsome figure They are reported
to have sold the Cliff block and part
of the property running through from
Clarkson to Columbia for |136,000 to
a Vancouver Investor. The company
keeps for itself the corner of Columbia and Sixth, 45 by 70 feet, on which
it will build a modern block as previously announced in these columns.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 20.���"If the
women of today were deprived of
niouern methods and appliances and
forced to live as our old fashioned
grandmothers lived, they would freeze
or starve to death through ignorance
of the crudest laws of Belf-preserva-
Uon,'' said Mlss Josephine Casey, sewing instructor in one of the city high
schoois, in an address touay at tne
Kansas City Historical society exposition. '
"Factory, packing house and wholesale grocery,' she continued, "have
taken from the housewives' shoulders
the burden of carding, spinning   and
drafted   a   minimum   wage  bi,l   with
safeguards   for the   owners,   and   Is'
ready to rush it through parliament in
case of necessity.
Meetings weie he'd  by    the    Coal
Mineis' Federation and the coal owners' organizations, but apparently only
resulted in a reiteration of the refusal i
of the participants to move from tUelr -
positions.   Further meetings were an*
nounced) but little is expected to re- j
suit from them, and as a consequence
the  cabinet   completed  arrangements
to hurry legislation which may prove
necessary to compel a resumption   of
work.
Meetings of railway employees
adopted resolutions pledging themselves to abstain from handling troop
trains and coal produced by non-
unionists.
With ury weather   condi.ions   pre-
vailing  uuroc;;ed streeta  are impro.-
ing,  out some are still  in a pitiable
condition.    Second, iou;l:i    and Hi;..
I streets are all bad on ttie top or tnc-
bili,  and   most   riga  and   wa&ous  arc-
making use of Sixth Btreet at present,
I to approach the quarter of tbe town
1 served by these streets. Eighth street
book" tutTbeen levied "in response to  ls als0 in ������d condition.   The reason
numerous    inquiries    received    from   wh-v 8ome of the roads are so soft thai
horEes can be mired to their bellies
i foreign countries, and the names    of.is that they were graded last year, cr
'practically    all   Irish    firms   making even tn�� >'ear before- in anticipation
goods suitable for export   are   given, j that they were to be rocked immedi
The export    articles   cover   a   wide: atei-v-    i he rock, however,    waB   uot
NIUEIEI COMMITS SUICIDE
Maniac Was Well to Oo In San Francisco���In Good Spirits
Yesterday,
San Francisco, Feb. 29.���The bodies,
ot Samuel J. Fisher and hia wife and
two grown daughters were found ia
the tamlly home here early today,
each with a bullet bole in the head.
A tevolver was found in Fisher's
baud, and he ls believed to have shol
the others and then committed sui
clde.
Mrs. Fisher and the two daughters,.
Ruth, aged 17, and Aileen, aged 18,
were killed in their beds. The bed
clothes were smouldering when the
room was entered by -the police,
Fisher evidently having attempted to
burn the bodies before taking his
own life.
Fisher, wbo was flfty yeara of age,
was the proprietor of the Elk Tamale
Canning company and the owner of
considerable     property.     No   motive
for the crimp has been discovered, the
circumstances   beins further  complicated by the fact that Fisher was In
excellent  spirits last night   and    on
amicable relations with the family.
j    Fisher occupied the front room of
i the apartment, Mrs. Fisher the rear
j room and the two young women   an
: Intermediate room,    separated    from
| their mother's room by a small hallway.   Fisher's body was found in Mrs.,,
Fisher's   room.     The   police   believe
the latter rushed to   her   daughter'9
i room when her husband began shoot-
j ing and that he pursued her   to her
i own room, and shot her as she stood
' by the bed.
Each side now is blaming the oilier
for the faliure- of the negotiation.!.
Miners say that the coal o.vnjrs did
not show a conciliatory attitude, while
the owners  insist   that   miners  were
determined to strike, no matter what   ^lf���0jlllnj.0?.l,llh.lT.^r^a"lfr�����
terms were offered.
lt is understood the- government .'^as
Mff iiNfi mm
mm mmi
export articles cover a
ranpe, extending all the way from
the famous Irish linens, poplins and
lace to the equally famous Irish
hunters. Irish whisky and stout arc
not forgotten either, while shipbuilding, paper, biscuits and cakes and
many other things figure prominently.
One Important fact mny be noted, that
In almost every case the firms are
ready to quote for goods, either In
British currency or in the currency of
the country to which the goods are
to be sent. Arrangements can also
be made to have tbem sent f.o.b. to
the port of shipment.
available, when it eame to the point,
and the streets uere accordingly le:i
with no surface but that of tbe raw
mud, after the top had been graded
off. The comprehensive scheme now
being
Mass Meeting Led   by   Lord   Cromer
Declares Enfranchisement Detri-
i mental to Women.
London, Feb. 1!9���An anti-auffragt Ce
campaign wa3 launched last night at
a mass meeting in   Albert   nail.   Tne
drawn up by the board of worka ' presence of many prominent persona
SECRETARY KNOX WENT
OVER PANAMA CANAL
Miss Grace Field.
Miss Grace Field, a member of the
will "provide for the macadamizing oi : from various value of Hie attested the
practically every one of these streets, i existence of a weighty opposition   ta
and if this  work can be carried out   tbe enfranchisement pt women.
conditions will be very different from      Lord Cromer. ex-British  agent   an��S
what they have been and are. consul general    in    Egypt,   presided,.
while   among    those on tbe platform.
HUMAN SACRIFICE.
and    Burieo
Hindu Drags Girl to Pit
Her Alive.
Bombay, Feb. 29.���A revolting case
of human  sacrifice is reported  from I Kight Hon. Lewis Harcourt, secretary-
were the Duae of .\orfolk and numerous members of the' House of Commons of both parties.
Lord   Cromer,   Lord Curzon,   Lord
Loreburn,   the   lord   chancellor,   the
Mirzapur, Southern India,  for which
Panama, Feb. 29.���Escorted by   the
engineering corps which is construct-
*eaving"the" family garments, "to say   lns tl,e biB ditch,   Secretary of State I a neighbor's in her old home in San
nothing of the curing of meats, pre- ! Knox and hls Parl>' today   inspected I Francisco,  and she acquired  facility
serving   fruits,   -mailing   butter   ahd ,tUe entire canal.    Knox was   nearly | enough to take and send messages at
Alice Lloyd company, announced for the perpetrator, a Hindu named Rag-
1 hursday next at the opera house, has ' hunandan, bas been sentenced to
a knowledge of telegraphy and is' death. The Hindu attacked a party
anxious to test it ln reading flashes. 0f native girls who were gathering
Her acquaintance with the code I firewood In the forest, seized one of
dates back to the time when she ! them and dragged her screaming to a
worked a wire between her house and  pit which he had dug.    Crying aloud
cheese, and even refining sugar. The mired when Inspecting the Gatun
housewife of the old day was the I and laughed heartily at the figure he
fumiiy doctor and kept rows of dried  cut ln hlEh rubber boots.
Sunday Services at  Fraaer Mills.
Under the auspices of the B. C.
Evangelical Alliance, gospel services
will he held every Sundav afternoon
from 2 to 3 o'clock, in the hall. Mill-
side. The meetings will be undenominational, "Preach the Word" being
the only restriction placed with the
speaker. Mr. A. O. Smith, local sec-
retnrv for the alliance, will be in
charco of these meetings, and all who
nre Interested In the propagation of
the gospel are asked to assist blm by
their attendance, and by making the
meetings known amongst those who
live in the vicinity.   .
herbs tied above tne great chimney,
where hung the sausages and bams
being smoked for winter's use."
One teature of the exposition today
was a quilting bee, ln wh.ch a number
of women prominent in society circles
took part. A movement was btarted
to form an "Old Ladies' Club" among
the society women, the minimum age
limit to be an avowed sixty years, and
tue object of the club te be perpetuation ot memories of the oi..en times.
AUTHOR'S WIFE GET8
DECREE IN LONDON
London, Feb. 29.���Mrs. Kate Ames
waa granted a decree of divorce today
I from her husband, Hugo   Ames,   tbe
! author.    Mr. Ames withdrew his de-
! fence to the suit.   The divorce was
j claimed by Mrs. Ames on the ground
of alleged misconduct and desertion
I by her husband and his marriage with
1 Flora Northsek-Wllson    in    America,
which she asserted was bigamous. Mr.
Ames had obtained a divorce from his
first wife ln Idaho, but she claimed
that tbe decree was not valid in England.
Small Fire In Store.
Vancouver, Feb. 29.���Fire damaged
William Fraser's grocery store at the
corner of Eighth avenue and Heather
street to the extent of about $40 yesterday. The cause of the flre ls not
known. .
Heard Him Snorinrj.
Portland, Ore., Feb. 29.���Despite
the fact that his wife and lan.llady
both testified he,dld not snore. Patrolman Foster was fined $100 by the
police' commissioners for sleeping on
hls bent. Sergeant Stahl sai J he
heard Foster's snores across the
Btreet.
At Colon, late this   afternoon. Knox
wlll board the cruiser Washington and  "it was a burlesqus touch on an article
average speed.
"in a recent symposium in one of
the dailies, I saw myself pictured as
a typewriter ope.-ator," says Miss Field,
set sail for Port Licon, Costa Rica.
Chinese Ultimatum.
The Hague, Feb. 29.���The Dutch foreign minister, Jonkher Reneke de
Marees von Swindern, received a
telegram today from the Chinese government demandtng the release of the
Chinese residents who have been arrested ln Java In connection with the
disorders during the celebration oi
the abdication of the Chinese throne.
He bas replied tbat only the government of the Dutch East Indies can
deal with such a demand.
No Bid for Barley.
Winnipeg, Feb. 29.���Canadian shippers of barley assert that vast quantities have been exported to Duluth
for which they cannot get   bids.   Just
bearing on the physical work under
go:-.e by actresses. If 1 had been represented at the key it would have
seemed like old times. When I first
wont out with a traveling company,
and happened to strike one night
stands, i used to have great fun predicting  that  'No.  4*  was  two  hours
three times, "Hail, Biack Goddess, behold your sacrifice," he thie��v the
girl into the pit, rolled fctones upon
her and covered the body with earth.
When the victim's parents arrived
ihe Hindu had filled the pit and was
trampling do.vn the dirt. The girl
was exhumed and found to be dead. At
the trial the prisoner's friends made
tbe plea of insanity, but without success.
for the colonies, made speeches and a.
resolution was adopted, declaring that
the enfranchisement of women would
be detrimental to their interests and.
to the welfare of tbe state and ought.
not to take place unless demanded.
by a majority of tbe electorate.
A letter from Premier Asquith was:
read in which he said he believed, aa
always,  that  the granting of parliamentary suffrage to women would be-
a grave political mlBtaka.
Imported Workmen.
Winnipeg,   Feb.   29.���The   contras-
tors   who   are building   the   Grand
Trunk   Paciflc   through   the   Rocky
late, or that a wash-out would keep I mountains,  west of Edmonton, It is  seven scattering.
us from getting Into Painted Post in j reported,   are   Importing   a   lot   of 	
time for supper.   Of course I used to American laborers from Minneapolis
pick up my tips by standing near the' and adjacent cities.   The claim is ad
Wait Until Election.
Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 29.���"Wait till
election day." Tbis is the consolation
today of the progressives who failed
mostly of Invitation even to the dollar
banquet called last night by Chairman B. W. Coiner, of the Republican
state central committee. The banquet
was dominated by the standpat politicians. A poll of the banqueters showed 127 for Taft, 46 for Roosevelt and
Battle in San Domingo.
Cape   Hayteln,   Hayti,   Feb.   ��.���
train despatcher's table, but none of, vanced* that this move is necessary Sharp flghting took place at Talan-
the company knew that I was an because laborers employed at Winni- quera, in the province nf Monte
operator, and as I didn't work the peg have been found to be unsatisfac-' Christ!, San Domingo, Tuesday, be-
trlck too often, I was credited witb tory, as they will not stay at the tween a strong force of revolution,
having second sight." | work.   Other reasons   advance!   are , nries and the San Domingo   govern-
"Llttle Miss Fix-It" Is the suggestive I that   sufficient   numbers   of   skilled
title of a comical musical gaiety that
was selected by Werba and Lueseher
as most happily suited to the fasclnat-
why this Is so they cannot understand.' ing English comedienne Alice   Lloyd
One flrm has 30 cars there, for which : for her introduction as a star.    For
no price   is   offered.   The   situation
mystifies the panadian grain men.
To Command Mexicans.
Rome, Feb. 29.���Colonel Bepplno
Garibaldi, a veteran Italian Soldier,
today sailed from here for Mexico,
where he will take command of the
federal army at the earneat request of
President Madero, and begin an active
campaign to suppress the rebels.
Seattle Firm Succeeds.
The contract for the extension ol
the C. P. R.-wharf has been let to a
Seattle flrm, which ls believed to hava
submitted tbe lowest tender. The
name of the firm ie O'Brien, Mc-
Caughey & Lemcke, general contractors. It IS expected that they will
proceed with the work at once, aa
members of the firm were in the city
yesterday looking qver the ground.
workmen are not available here.
the past three seasons her songs
alone have made her famous. During
tbe action of the play Mlss Lloyd will
sing such favorites as: "Master
Cupid," "Ship Ahoy," "Have You Ever
Loved Any Other Little Girl," "The
Hobble Promenade," "Excuse Me, Mr.
Moon," "I'll Build an Eden for You"
and others which Bre considered the
popular songs of the light music
world. In support of MIsb Lloyd are
Buch well known artists as Lionel
Walsh, the noted English modelan,
Grace Field, late of the Lew Field's
company, James C. Lane. Frederic
Stanley, Annie Buckley. Nellie Malcolm, Frank Shannon, Grace Brown
and many others. The chorus has not
only been selected for their beauty',
but for their ability as melody pro
ducers ns well.
Mlsa Field comes to the opera house
on Thursday, March 7.
Carried Body Eight Miles.
Elgin, 111,, Feb. 29.���Charles Miller,
61 years of age, a farmer residing
four miles from Elgin, was killed by
a southwest limited train on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad
early today. His mangled body was
carried on tbe pilot of the engine for
eight miles before it was discovered.
ment troops. Of tbe revolutionaries,
twelve were killed and many wounded, while the government troops had
twenty-two casualties. The San Domingo ;unboaf. Independence has.
landed 850 soldiers at Monte Christi..
Will Allow Exports.
Washington, Feb. 29.���Tte united'.
States will not prohibit legitimate ex-
portadons, Including munitions of war.
from El Paso, Texas, Into tte rebel
town of Juarez, Mexico. This conclu-
Boy Shot in the Hand. ston was reached today   at  a confer
va neon ver,   Feb. 29.���Ernest   Har- ence among officials of the   depart-
bour, a boy who lives at 1576   Third ments of stale, Justice and treasury.,
avenue west, was shot ln the band
yesterday wben a gun with wbich he
was playing at the home of young Reginald McNaughton. who lives a tew
doors farther down the street, unexpectedly went off.
Trains Are Released..
El Paso, Texas, Feb. 29.���Six Rock
Island passencer trains that Have been-
stalled in the snow blockade Is Kansas have been released and'are expected ln El Paao tonight nr Friday
morning with mall and pnasenpers for
California. Arizona and Mexican)
points. All Mexican mall Is still lied
up ta El Paso, however, beea'ne  the-
Brewery Burned.
Vnldlvio, Chile, Feb. 29.���The brewery belonging to Anwandter Brothers,
the largest In South America, was destroyed by flre,   Tbe loss Is estimated J revels hold Juarez and. tte railroadsi
I
at 15,000,000.
are cut south of there PAOKTWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1S12.
WANTED���EXPERIENCED STENOG-
rapber desires position. Apply P.
���O. Box 13, New Westminster, B.C.
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
house to rent or purchase. Small
��ash payment, balance as rent. Apply McGreachu. Sanvul Lodge, Gibson road, Cedar Cottage.
WANTED���A WOMAN TO WASH
clothes. Apply 503 Secon.l street,
corner of Fifth avenue.
DON'T BURN
Waste Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we will collect, free of
charge.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
KILLED BY BUFFALOES.
Two
%VANTED���A GOOD EXPERIENCED
solicitor for grocery business. Apply 444 Sixth street, corner of Fifth
avenue.
WANTED���PARTNER IN PIONEER
Dye works, 55 McKenzie street.
Will teach him the business. Must
be an active man. Small capital re-
(julied.
FOR EXCHANGE���A CITY HOUSE
and bt for 20 acres of excellent
land on the B. C. E. R. Sherriff,
Rose & Co., 648 Columbia street.
WANTED���A CHEAP LOT EITHER
/50 or (16 frontage ln Edmonds. What
"have you to offer. Apply Box 40
Daily News.
* WANTED���THE      RESIDENTS       to
know that I am now operating tbe
. .only pasteurized bottled milk plant
^n the city and wlll deliver either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district.    Milk,
,��. quarts for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint. Phone your order to R 873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���FEW ODD PIECES Oi'
furniture.   1108 Eighth avenue.
FOR SALE ��� ONE LOT AT ED
monds. Address W. Owners, Box 41
Daily News office.
FOR SALE���LOT 26, BLOCK 5. SUB-
division District Lot 36, Block 5,
INorth Range 3 West, New Westminster District. As I am leaving
B. C, I will sell this lot cheap for
-cash. Address A. Wood, P. O. Box
1900, Vancouver, B. C. 	
FOR SALE���A SUBDIVISION OF 50
large lots in city; cleared, level, under cultivation, on carline. Price
417,000, small cash payment and
��asy terms. The very best buy,
right here, too. Queensborough
Realty Co., Ewln avenue.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notie?!
In consequence of tbe rapidly ln
creasing volume of business, lt ls or-j ^ '!u'
dered by the council tbat in future no
applications, will be considered by tho
Board of Works unless such applications are received Beven days before
the date of meeting on February the
19th inst., and on every alternate Monday thereafter.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C, Feb. 12, 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY    ACT.
Re the North Easterly half of Lot
.', Block 13, in the City of New West
minster.
Whereas proof of tho loss of Certificate of title number U32F, issued in
the name of the Westminster Masonic Temple Company, Ltd., has been
tiled at this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry  Office, New  Westminster, B. C, Jan. 27, 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
FOR SALF,���THE STEEL MALLEA-
ble Range; Canada's Pride; on
easy terms. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
Re lots 43, 46, 47, 48, 57, 58 and 61,
02, 63, 64, 65 of lots 8 and 1.1 Suburban Block 13, in the City of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1465F, issued in
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster ifsue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
W.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land  Registry Office. New Westmln
ster, B. C. Feb. IC. 1912.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���HOUSEKEKPING ROOMS
Apply 619 Hamilton street. Phone
R 672.	
TO KENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for three or four gentlemen
friends, with or without board. Box
3 News office.
TO RENT���LIGHT, FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, housekeeping apart
ments; steam heated; hot and told
water. Apply room 9, K. of P. hall,
corner Agnes and Eighth streets.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706   Columbia   Street. ���
City Property and Farm Lands.
.EDMONDS���06x193 feet, on Vancouver road, right at station. $2300;
one-third casb.
EDMONDS���Lot all cleared, 74x135
approximate, very close to station.
$1200; one-third cash.
EDMONDS���On Burford road, near
".Oxford road, few 33x112 foot lots.
$350; $50 cash, $10 monthly.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. ROD
LAND   REGISTRY   EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
F. G. GARDINER.
A.  L.  MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      RLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
VEDMONDS���On Henry street, near
Eighth street or Douglas road, close
to Edmonds road cur. $550 each;
one-quarter cash, balance monthly.
LONDON STREET, CITY���50x132 foot
lot, four lots from Twelfth street,
upper side.   $1200; one-third cash.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
ARCHITECT
Cor. 6th and Columbia
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone 185.      Barn  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OWsr.QC���TPAM DB*0��
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Whits Men Fight For Life In
African Wilds.
Adventures of the most perilous description have been tho lot of Lieut.
Paul Gratz, the German who is en
denvoring to cross Africa by the
Zambesi River, Lake Bangweolo, and
the Congo River. M. Octave Friere,
a French cinematograph operator, who
was the only other white member of
the expedition, lost his life in a terrible encounter with wild buffaloes.
The tragedy happened on Sept. 9, but
the details liave only just reached
London,
The death of M. Friere occurred
just when tbe expedition was at Lake
Bangweolo. They had hardly reach-
pot when they saw three gigantic wild buffaloes. With the almost automatic precision of Ihe adventurer in savage lands tbe two un-
slung their rifles and fired. Unfortunately the beasts were only wounded, andj unaware of their danger,
the hunters followed them as they
started and wheeled off in rapid
flight. But suddenly���so suddenly
that tht pursuers had no time to es
cape���the quarry turned and charged.
Against this furious onslaught the
men were practically defenceless
They struggled fiercely, but the infuriated beasts caught and tossed
and crushed them, inflicting terrible
injuries. Lieut. Gratz bad his jaws
broken, and was badly crushed, narrowly escaping death. His colleague
was knocked down, tossed and gored,
and only survived his injuries a
lew hours, dying in sight of success, i
The native servants sent runners
with messages for help to the nearest
station Inhabited by white men, |
Kasama, In Northeastern Rhodesia
Dr. Randall, the district surgeon,
and Mr. Cookson, the magistrate of
Kasama, arrived, alter two days
forced marches, and the lieutenant
was   carried   back   to   the   station.
The Frenchman's body was buried
at Charemama, but will later be
brought to Kasama and re-interred
by the White Father's staff. The
German was recovering steadily under medical care at Kasama on Sept.
20, the date of the latest despatch,
and he hopes to complete his daring
exploration by reaching the mouth of
the  Congo  at  tha  end  of  the  year.
The most elaborate plans were
made for this expedition. Lieut
Gratz left Beriin on Feb. 25 on hiJ
6,000 mile journey, with the wonder
bike of Bangweolo a.s his chief objective, going straight to Quilimano,
the port on the coast of Portuguese
East Africa, to ascend the Zambesi
in his motor-boat, the Sarotti.
Strange stones had reach - him
about this lake It was said to b? an
inland sea on whose surface no white
man had ever sailed. The lake, the
natives told him, was studded with
i.siands, on which were to be found
colossal elephants and tall giraffes,
while in its waters hjge water-s-r-
pents n-nd other Strang; creatures
swam. From the surface bot springs
ros; and tell like fountains in the air.
and pestilential winds, sweeping
across the r~edy marshes, carried
death to all living beir.gs.
No   native  who  had  ever  ventured |
u.. -  its  surface   in  his  frail  canoe i
had ever returned.    It was  regarded |
bv   one   Bet  cl   bia !:s   as   a   sort  ol j
Hades where departed souls sufiVrjd i
continual  torments,  and  by  another
tribe   as   the   approach  to  Paradise,
where  the  spirits of  their dead  relatives and friends enjoyed perfect life
under the protection of their gods.
Extraordinary arrangements were
made for securing comforts en route.
Twenty stations on the way were
plentifully provide'd with food anl
drink and other necessaries by a relay of native carriers. At each station wrs placed m-T.t, fruit preserves,
butter, jam, salt, rpPP". flour' nce<
vinegar cil sen:- . g-.USSges tinned
milk, mushird, &kas, preserves cucumbers, pates d? ioie gras, chocolate, matches, candles, cognac, white
beer lager beer, champagne, mineral
waters, coffee, cocoa, tea, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, dentifrice medical
chests, cartridges bioscope films, pho
tographic chemicals, petrol, and oil.
Plenty of fire works and conjuring
apparatus were also carried to overawe the natives.
To the Queen's Taste.
Tlie king has brought much Indian
treasure back with him���that Is to say,
the Medina carried on tha homeward
journey many things which hU Majesty, as a collector, regards as iather
treasurablo. For each thing tbat is
brought home, It may be s^ld, roughly,
something has boon left behind"" Tiie
ship's bookshelves, even, have been
overhauled. Many a volume went out
on its trial, an.l did not survive the
close scrutiny under which it passed
during the days of dreadful seas.
Certain books on Indian" history served
thoir purpose before the Durbar, and
the encounter with the descendants
of innumerable royal Indian houses,
and will not be called upon, in these
particular editions, again. Of the Action, since his Majesty ls a close follower of sueh literature, no great
clearance need have been male, for
the books were not chosen at haphazard. "A good book for a Journey, sir,"
does not pass as sufficient recommendation in his Majesty's case. Of the
rather unexpected volumes we may
menflon Wordsworth's poems, George
Sorrow's "Lavengro," and Sir William
Butler's "Memoirs" as indicative ofthe
breadth of the king's tasto ln serious
literature.���Sketch.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO  14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50c.
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET   MAKER   AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop  611   Victoria   Street.
(Over Dally  News.)
FURNITURE
Bought and Sold.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Kstate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
"IMITATIONS ABOUND."
Be on tlie alert. Don't accept a substitute for
"SALADA" simply because it leaves your
dealer a larger profit.   Demand ���     ���
Oil
CEYLON  TEA
And you get the genuine unadulterated, un-
painted, undoctored article.
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Merchant Tailors
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and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right proportions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
uLet the GOLD
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your work."
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This sign on a can of Evaporated Cream Mauds for punty and quality.
There is no other cream just like .St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality and the greatest purity, thc finest flavor and
the greatest power of nutrition. For infanta and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong and well it
is a luxury. It is equal to the best of ordinary cream for all purposes. For
many purposes it is infinitely superior. In using St. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take no chances.
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ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
Learn the Difference /s��ii81fefe
FOURTH AVENUE, CITY���Corner
Eleventh street, 132x132 feet, stieets
���-on three sides. $4500; terms arranged.
SURREY FARMS���On B. C. Electric
eifdit miles out in Surrey, at $lon an
acre, Is the cheapest land In B. C.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
All accounts  against   tho  Corporation must be at the City Hall not later I
than the 5th of each month for the j
previous month's accounts, in  order
that they may be raid on or about the j
UOth, otherwise they will lay over till
the  following month.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
TSTew Westminster, Feb. 22. 1912.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
hu3 moved to
701 Front Street
Tv'ew  stock  cf fancy  Woollen  Suit- j
Jji��,s.    Prlcej low;  Qt g-jarantccd.
r.yi_9r m.]*���i
It is part of my professional
service to show women how
to correctly wear their corsets
Let mo select and fit, in thc seclusion of your home, thnt comfortable, classy, perfect garment���
\ Spirella Corset
No other is so
flexible, yet permanently shape-
retaining as
Spirella
Boning
Light, cool, sani-
tary.comfortabls.
Guaranteed for
one year against
rust or breakage.
My personal
services are free.
Iguarantecaper-
fect fitting, modish
Spirella Corset.
Anappoinlipent with
me places no oMigalion
on you��� is arranged to
y��ur convenience.
'Phone 981.
Head Hi. Ppirella .,l*..rll.*,���ir���1.  In I j\,ti���' Ttom*
Journal, li,,lli��� .���,���!. i:*,.��� ,��� ,. New l.lu. and Vumie.
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Balfour a Farmer.
The faot that Mr. Balfour took all
the principal prizes for Oxford sheep
at th? Highland Agricultural Show
at Inverness is a reminder that the
ex-Promier haa been, longest of all. a
farmer and agriculturist. Years before politics engaged his attention he
was intent on his agricultural Studies, and the local papers published
during the days of his youth frequently announced that "Mr. A. J,
Balfour, of Whittinghame, has taken prizes fnr his agricultural exhibits." Aided by his mother, Mr.
Balfour devised many plans for improving his farm? an 1 ' ��r the promo
tion <>f the comfort of the nants on
liis estate. In fact, his first ,-peech.
made at the age of twelve, wa* du*
to these agricultural connections.
Marble Bust of Laurier.
Paul Chevre, the Parisian sculnto'
who ii- responsible for the Champlain
monument on lhe terrace of the Chateau at Quebec, and tho Mercier monument to be unveiled next spring
the ancient capital, was in Montreal
the other day. Mr. Chevre has just
booked an order from the Q, T B.
for a marble statue of Sir \Vilfri<
Laurier, to adorn the centrepieee in
the lobby of the Chatean_Laurier in
Ottawa.
It will slightly exceed the natural
size and will be supported by a marble column adorned with appropriate
allegories of a height of about five feet.
The statue will be ready in the spring
and   will cost  $5,000.
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Try Mooney's Biscuits with all the rest.
See how much moreflavory.crisper Mooney's are.
t-'-*'\* i
Their superiority is due to our painstaking y��&
methods���our modern facilities and using the costliest materials.   We get the finest cream and butter
from the famous   Western   Ontario   farms   because
we pay top prices.   Our flour is a special blend.
Yet they cost no more than common kinds.
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Noble Farmers.
T��rd and Lady Carnarvon are gen-
iiMjkj) and practical farmers. "Back to
the land" is the motto of the carl.
He preaches it for all he is worth,
and has no patience with those who
tell him fanning does not pay.
Mrs. L. McLeod
Office Hours 1 to 6 p.m.
625  Columbia St.,  New  Westminster.
Pit Brow Lassies.
There   are  2,500  pit  brow  girls  in
Lancashire, about 20 in Durham, 50
in East Scotland, 30 in tho Swansea
district and 100 in the Cardiff area.
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Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are made in our large
sanitary factory amid a flood of sunshine. Here in this splendid building with its hundreds of skilled employees���each an
expert in his line���we create this delicious and nourishing biscuit.
After these biscuits leave the ovens and while they are
still piping hot, with all their oven aroma, tliey are packed
��  in dust and damp-proof packages.   We even ship them in
our own private cars.   No other biscuit manufacturer
does this.
So they reach your table���whole, flaky, and
fresh.
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Try them today.   At your grocer's.
The Mooney Biscuit & Candy Co., Ltd., **��� FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
furniture-Dry Goods
LEES LIMITED
Furniture���Dry Goods
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Gathering the Bargains Offered in This Unprecedented 25 Per Cent. Sale
Tw�� Days More Of  This  Ftfosidesr  Working
Kindly Trade  Mornings  If  You  Can.   You Will  Find  It   Much   More
Comfortable.   Only One Condition Imposed, and that is, Bring the  Cash
Columbia street
New Westminster, B. C.
ISHSBHR
ZAPATA,   MEXICAN    SCOURGC.
Rebel Has   Swept Through   Southern
Part of Republic.
Kmlllo Zapata, whom   the   Si>unlsh
ne.vsjapera   call   'tne   Atilla   of   lhe.
South," has   Mexico   terrorized.     He |
holds nearly all the southern half of I
Mexico iu liis bloody urasp.   The rev- j
oiutionary movement that he beads ls
in toil swiug. and Madero's downfall la
freely prophesied.
Zapata's men move swiftly but not
secretly, 'l'he smoke of villages that
he has given to the Haines may be
seen almost daily from the City of
Mexico, thc capital of the republic.
Zu|ata defies (be governnunt tioops.
He has reneWod llie warlare of I ho
middle awes. Wherever ho enters bis
men (irsi rob the place, then misuse
the wonuui an 1 children. They torture aud kill  indiscriminately.
'lhe atrocities that mark the progress of Zupata's army are beyond
adequate description. Their countei-
part can he found only in lhe history
Of warfare ten centuries ago.
The Mexican rean is u primitive
man of savage ancestry. The anarch*
lal uj beav.il in that country h.is caused him to revert tu his original type.
Zapata Is a peon, like the men he
leads, but he is a horn commander.
Pillage Holds Men Together.
He tills ins nuii they are oppressed,
thut Madero has nol kept his pre mites
to them, that the gre.it holdings o. ihoj
laniards of Meiioo lmve not been <:is-1
tributed :is agree I.   Thnte tlilugj may
11.' nni i rotnibly are true, but t.ie Zap-
fttist    followers    are   held   together
mere by the dally prospect of lawless
pillage .and of giving free play to their
savage passions than by anything elie. :'
i'ti is.ipata ii a icnd of dem.-god
throughout the vast territory that he!
rules by iear. Ile is t.ie mo.-t rimurii-:
a1 lo bandit the .North American cont.- ]
jient has produced. lus popularity
ie-ots on his nov,- und then robbing tha;
rich and distributing the spoLs among j
the ..oor.
The lart that lie may subsequently
rob and kill the poor whom he has en-;
ii; i.t-il is forgotten, ihe state of Mo-e
los, which adjoins the district where '
tue cai.ital is situated, swears by him. |
lt is in the state of Morelos���his nu-j
the "tierr.,"���that Zapata makes hi-i I
headquarters.
lt.  is a region  of vast  sugar   and
- co.ieo    planations���an   earthly   para-
diiiB so far as climate is concerned, i
anu the richest agricu.tuial district i.i |
Mexico.   Today it has been so de\us-!
dous personality, a soldier who knew The  West,
no drill or roll call, but who could hold Sing you a song of the Wdstlund wild,
his  men  together  by  sheer force of Where the pialns are like a floor,
will.    So be caused Zaputa to be fur- Where heavens by smoke   are und-_-
nlshed with tbe means of securing the
���var material he asked, embraced him
nt parting In the Mexican fashion, patting hlm on the b.ielr, w.shing hlm success, and then ga/.eel alter him ln silence us he watched him ride away to
the southward on hs great udventure.
If   he    failed, thought    Madero, itl
would not matter much; lf ha succeeded it might be well, and he dismiss-j
ed Zapata from his mind.
But Zapata did not fall in his rsvolt.
Zapata   became  a   revolutionary  con-'
queror.      He  ravaged   the  states   of!
..loelos,  Guerrero  nnd   Oaxaca.      At
first his attention was directly almost j
entirely   to   foreigners   and   to   rlcn |
flled
An.l the tempests rage and roar;
Where the sky ia like a great   LUie
bowl
Above a stretch of white,
And  wide the  tumbleweeds  run and
roll,
Unhindered ln their flight.
I'll sing you a song of the level lands,
Where the winJs are fresh and free;
Where never   a   hut   ln   the   si.ence
stands,
And never a leafless tree;
Where the wolf and the coyote roam
the snow
And scud through the sullen night
j Mevli-ans. His long pathway was mark-  To hunt for the Kouuded buffalo
ed  by  burning   haciendas, looted  vil-.    That has vanished away from sijht.
ljges and innumerable corpses of those i
done io dta:h In barbarous ways. 'I'll sing you a song cf tho boundle.s
Take no Prisoners. West,
j    Detachments of federal troop3 were.     Of its ��reat blue roof, the sky,
I sent against him, but he routed them J And the tide of pride that   fl:l3   the
one alter another.    He tqok no pris-1 breast
eners.    The tiddlers tbat fell Into hi;:     When prairies greet the eye;
bands alive c.ied In  lingering agony.  Of the trackless was tea of sno.v that
IIP
TO   CANADIAN    ARCHITECTS:
More than anything else the terrific
destruction be wrought caused the
downfall of Diaz. Long before Diaz
nailed away for Spain tbe newspapers
in Mexico t ity were referring to
Zapata as "The Scourge."
In fuur months JiapuU nn I hN thou-
eamls of armed savages had overrun
tht- sjuthern port of Mexico and p; actually held the capita! ol tbe republic
at tbeir mercy.
Only the Influence of Madero kej t
them from sacking that rich and populous (ity. Tbis would have brought
on inte ne.ition irom tha i uiitd dtiuej ;
and Zapata realized tbis mit,bi brj.g
about his own downfall.
in June of la^t year .Madero entered I
the City Of Mexico. De la Barra -vas
ostensibly the president, but Madero j
was the real ruler, altho.igh he posed |
us awaiting the result of tne general |
election  that should ^eat him In tbe j
gleam
In Uie smile of ths Western sun;
Where the grasses   lash   the   frozen
stream
And the snowdrifts scuJ and run.
���Jack  Remington,  in  the  S;.  Paul
Ploneei Press,
In   February.
I wonder how the spring will come
This year, and if I first shall see
The warm earth vapors rise, or some
Kresh moss upon a gnarly tree���
Or, will she steal Hue beggar maid
i;pon us. timidly and slo*,
Or swift and queen-like, unafraid,
An ample glory o'er us throw!
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Last year, you know, a sud;len rush
Of Joy and beauty took the land���
Ab, bow the fotered brooks did gush
And   violets   sought   the   seeicer's
, h,:r    Mad, :, sent for Zapata uitnin j Metho5?that God could never make
a few days alter he had reached the, '     springtime so replete
,,i: .;..,   Zapata was only a few hours   wuh a��� pJleJml> cou:d ����� wake
Again such airs unearthly sweet.
tated that it inhabitants are starving.
But they Jook forward to the time
when Zaj ata, having stlzed everything he can lay his b.ocdy hmii u.i^n
win taivc the presidential chair h.m-
.seJf and inaugurate a golden age,
where all shall live in Idleness and
hunger shall bo unknown. That, at
least, is what he promises his followers.
No Common Outlaw.
From ibe first Zapata has been no
common outlaw. His history is re-
tnarkabia, The first heard of him was
when om- day in December, 1010. he
entered Madero's camp in Northern
Sonora. in those days Madero had a
price on his head. Tlie world had not
then reaJ/.od .that the power of Dia/.
was as brittle as lath painted to represent steel.
So when this dashing fellow, lees
than .'10 years nlJ, presented himself to
Madera, told how he had ridden many
weary leagues from his bome ln the
tropic lands of the south, and was
ready to flght f*r liberty, It is no wonder Madero welcomed him enthusiastically.
Of course, Zapata wbb only a peon.
He could neither read nor write, but
he could sit a borse like a cowboy and
was quick and sure with rifle and revolver. tAlso he was lithe in figure,
alert mentally and decisive in his manner. These qualities were opposite of
Madero's. No one else In the insurrecto army possessed them, except,
perhaps, Orozoo, Madero's chief of
sta Iif.
But Zapata, the recruit, loomed larger in the eyes of Madero when he Informed the leader of the Insurrectos
that his n.itive state of Morelos was
ripe for revolt against Dlnz, that all
the people lacked was arms and ammunition. The leader of tho uprising, If these were provided, etaod before him. Madero pondered. Hs
Knew that among his people the pos-
���esslon of a rifle meant wealth and
power.
Madero Furnishes Material.
A peon without a firearm Is only a
clod;   with one ho   he?omes lmmedf-1
Ately a petty Vlng. a sort of indtvldirl i
government   that  knows no  law  but I
his own deMres,   Madero saw that in
Za; atu he hnd found a man of tremen-
away hy rail, at Cuerrovaca, the capi-1
tal of the state  of Morelos.     Zapa.a |
came,    ile strode into Madero's presence and greeted him us an equal.
Madero Seeks Peace.
Madero treated bim as a brother in
arms. There was an Interchange of
flowery compliments, and they lunched toother. Over the champagne Madero broached the matter nearest his
heart. He wanted Zapata to understand that the flghting was over and
that he should lay down his arms. He
promised him any place he wislied under the government. Zapata, with tne
directness of his class, couid not see
why he should not be the secretary
of^war, for iustance forthwith.
Madero tried to explain that nothing could be done until after the election. Zapata could not see iL He
was silent for a moment, and then
changed the subject.
He needed money for his soldiers.
Madero pointed out that hc had not
yet the keys to the national treasury;
that he was still a private citixen.
Zapata smi.el He knew what he
would do ln Madero's placs. Madero
again implored him to disband his
army, and finally said he would advance $30,000-from his pnvate fortune
lf Zapata would do so.
"I want the duros���the silver, the
hard coin���not bank notes," said Zapata cautiously. Like all peons, he
distrusts all money, except that coined ln silver. Madero agreed, and Zapata with bis sacks of silver went back
to Ouernavaca.
"Hope  springs eternal!"���lovely  line
1 hat bids us never doubt or fear
And echoeth of a divine
Pair day approaching, almost here���
Ah. happy coming day! I know-
Not how I shall endure thy bliss,
For never May of long ago
Brought me such blessings as will
this!
���Julia Dilto Younr;.
His Function.
Victor Hemery, the noted Frencn
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reminds me of tho man whose wife
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'Father, mother wan'.s you!'"
Inarlsquate.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
Tlie Daily News
Published hy Th* Daily Newa Publish-
**g Compaay, Umlted, at their offlces,
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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
THE APPEAL THAT FAILED.
It Is very Md to read In the Toronto
Newa, that paraxon of joumallstlo
|>Toprlety, specially endowed some
years since as an object lesson in in
-dependent high class journalism, tho
following summary of the Conserva
tive argument in South Renfrew, says
the Manitoba Free Press, without a
word of that high-toned censure that
We havo a right to expect:
"Rural postal delivery, too," says
the News, "interests them (the elec
tors), and they are coming lo realize
that they will be more likely to receive consideration of tbeir wants at
the hands of the government if they
send to Ottawa a supporter of that
government than if they choose to
. send a representative opposed to the
government.
"New    Conservative    members    ot
Parliament who ousted old Liberals in
September are continually in the riding, telling   the country   people what
advantages   they   have   already been
able to secure f*r their'constituents."
The old, corvupL demoralizing,   in-
decent appeal to tbe selfish interests
of the elector  was, apparently,    the
chief reliance of   the   Ministerialists,
The woods were full of the swineherds
calling the hogs to the swill troughs.
But thc electors of South Renfrew
thought there were things more important than rural telephones,   roads
and bridges.   They thought  It better
to keep their honor than to sell their
manhood.    Thoir conduct will doubtless appear inexplicable to the News,
that fearless champion of clean politics���in the abstract.
term of office and to strengthen by
practice a principle which I deem to
be salutary."
Grant and the Third Term.
On several other occasions Jefferson expressed himself strongly against
tho Idea that u president should be
"perpetually eligible." James K.
Polk ln 18-11 and Rutherford in 187*5
declared, In tbe course of the campaigns that preceded their elections,
that ln the event of success they
would not be ugain candidates, rather
���x pathetic attempt, lt wou'd appear, to
Induce the electorate to give them one
trial. It. Is doubtful lf any American
p slilent was nipro secure in thu goodwill of the people of the United States
aa his second term drew to a close
than Andrew Jackson, but he, too, in
his farewell address, referred to
Washington's renunciation and spoke
of it as "an Invaluable legacy to bis
countrymen, whicli should be cherished in the heart of every citizen to the
latest generation." Grunt's friends
strove to enlist bim In a campaign for
a third term, and after he bad been
out of office four years the campaign
was renewed.
Now a Live Issue.
General Grant Intimated that only
in circumstances that would make acceptance an imperative duty would he
accept a third nomination, and was
probably sincere when ho declared
that be wanted neither a third nomination nor a first. Not since his day
has the third term problem been presented for general discussion, but if
the Outlook is authorized to speak for
Col, Roosevelt, as Is generally supposed, il may well become a political
issue. Tliose who oppose a third
term do so on the ground that it Is
necessary to have an unwritten law
that, wlll prevent an unscrupulous
man, fortified by patronage, and ambit ious power, from holding office indefinitely. This objection Is answered by the statement that u president
cannot hold office for more than four
years without an election, anil that aa
soon as tlie majority of the voters in'
the United States do not want uny
president they can vote him out of office. I
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PREACHES SERMON ON
OBSERVANCE OF LENT
ROOSEVELT  REDIVIVUS.
The Rev. II. 11. Gowen preached cn
Sunday at Trinity Parish the first oi
a series or special Lenten sermons on
Old Testament types of the Lenten
season. The first was entitled, "A
Lent with Noah." After describing the
Old Testament story of the Hood, be
said; "ln all these ways the shutting
in of Noah with his sons was typical
of that "shutting in' which Christ askj
of us in companionship with His own
Lenten fast.
"We too have a Savior an.l an Ark.
We have one who pleads with us to
**   ��     ,..   i.    .. .       .    a aii     r,-ii lfl��e from the doom of sin;  one wbo
Ex-President's Return to ActlVe Poll-  proi.ldes for ua the refuge i���  which,,
tlcc Queers Things- wUh all tilat lhe furure needs. we may I
lt is expected Unit In tne near future t\nd 0,ir safety from tbe wrath lo I
Coi. itoosevett wilt make a statement I C()mei 0ur iovalty t0 the covenant
regarding the next presidential elec- \ muae at baptism, oar resolution to re-
tlon, and that hc will say whether hr I n0UIU., a]\ t|iat that covenant repu-
is a candidate, or if he Is not to be tii.ates must inevitably lead us to the
considered a candidate, in what eir- determination not to shirk the disci-
cumstances he would accept a nomi-; pijne Dy means of which we deliver
nation. There is some reason to be- ourselves from sin and its doom. It
lieve that Col. Roosevelt has changed is> therefore, necessary that Lent be
hls mind on the subject of a third ' no intermittent experiment, but a serl-
terin, or perhaps it would be more ac-1 0Us effort to accomplish a serious
curate to say that the public has been ! uiing, demanding the conscientious
under.a misapprehension as to what' conviction that God Mimee.f Bhuts us
he really meant when he declared on in f0r our safety an J exacts loyaltv to
Nov. 8.1904: "On the fourth of the terms of llis plan for our redemp-
March next 1 ahall bave served three I tlon.
and a half years, and this three years j "The conditions are practically iden-
and a half constitutes my first term, tical with those which Noah and his
The wise custom which limits the pre-  family accepted.
sident to two terms regards the sub-l l. "Restricted freedom. The solemn
stance and not the form, and under no | character of Lent is a reality not to
circumstances will I be a candidate ' ba obscured, it is expressed not only
for or accept another nomination." I in language of prayers and hvmns, but
Three years later President Roost- must also have corresponding" exprcs-
velt issupd a oupplementary bulletin, I Bjon m the habits of our uaily life.
"I Lave not changed and shall not i There is a real danger in the swe.ling
char.j;c that decision bo announced." | tid��. of sin and in the consequences
The mean.ug of these statements that follow. It is no use attempting
woul.l ap;ear to be that Col. Roose.1 mild remelies for serious diseases.
velt would not be a cindidate for elec- Therefore ir we make light of the ap-
tion after hc had completed his second pointed means for salvation we be-
term as president,  and that   he  be-  come   guilty of despising   the   loving
lieved it a wise custom that limited a
president to two terms.
The Outlook's Explanation.
It appears, however, that this was
not exactly his idea. According to
the Outlook, the paper of ��\ nicn he
is contributing editor, what Mr. Roosevelt had in mind was a third consecutive term. He la said to liave no prejudice against serving three terms, so
long as an interval elapses between
two of them, lt must be said that
there is no law iu the I nited States
against a President serving three
terms, although a resolution declaring
against tne tnlrd trem lor presidents
was introduced in congress a few d^ys
ago. in 18,5 a similar resolution tvas
carried by a vote of 234 lo IS. Tue
framers of the constitution mere y
limited the presidential term to four
years, and either did not ball ie any
president would be elected for a third
term, or wero unwilling to pre,ent
liis election. At any rate, no mention
was made of tbe third tenn.
Washington and Jerferson.
Georgo Washington, the flrst president, was elected unanimously; and
was re-elected unanlmoui ly. As hli
first term nearcd its completion, lie
intimated that he would prefer to retire, but his cabinet told him that it
was his plaiu duty to remain at the
helm. There were many who wished
him to continue in office for still another term, and it is likely that he
could lmve been elected, though his
earlier popularity had somewhat faded, but he was inflexible ln his determination "to decline being considered
among the number of thote out of
whom a choice is to be made." John ,
Adams, hiB successor, served but one
.term, lie waa succeeded by Jeffi r
son, who waa twice elected, his second election being almost unanimous,
in that 162 oul of 170 electoral voles
were <"ast for him. Strong as might
have been the temptation for a third
iterm with Jefferson, he declared, *De-
lieving that a definite period of retiring from thia station wiil t-nd materially to secure our elective form of
government, I have felt it my duty tc
withdraw al the close of my presenl
kindness of God
"2. There ls also, nevertheless, in
the Lenten fast the opportunity for the
much needed element of quiet. Freedom restricted on the one hand is
freedom amplified on the other hand.
Freedom from the things which ordinarily disturb and vex is freedom for
the things for which we ordinarily
lack the time. There is one command
given to Noah whicli is of more significance than at first appears, viz.:
The command to make windows In
the roof above. Was not this in order
that even if the view around was to be
restricted, there should be undiminished opportunity to look upwards to
the heavens that the flrst sign of the
returning blue might be discerned .ind
ll^ht he poured down from above? So
may we make in Lent, windows which
open upwards, thai so access may be
secured Into thai Presence from which
power flows down into our narrowed
lives. It is quite true thnt Fome m^n
may work well, at least for a time,
amid the noise of the crowd, as Lewis
Morris i.s said to have written much
of his 'Epic of Hades' while riding at
express speed in the underground j
trains of London. Ilut such freedom
Is not attained or maintained without
the large spaces of quiet life in which I
power is gathered in secret. He who
would bring the brightness of Italian
skies into the gloom of a city tunnel
must first have gathered thit sunshine I
into the heart. Even the virtne of j
Christ to trach and heal came from i
His solitary, night-long communings
with His Heavenly Father. We may
well take heed then to use our opportunity for Lenten quiet and worship,
remembering the windows open towards heaven. As St. Cuthbert said
when his boat was driven upon tha
coast of Fife, and hia comrades cried
out that the snow closed the road
along the shore as the storm barred
their way across the sea, 'The way to
Heaven still lie'' open.'
Season a Period of Security.
3. The Iiditen season is also ft i e-
riod of security. There are temp'MWis
of course, which come in Lent ns thev
come   at  otber   times, some,  indeed,
whicli are peculiar to Lent. Satan
comes even into the Ark as be followed Jesus into the wilderness. Ho follows the Christian even to the pulpit
steps aud to the altar rail. Nevertheless, from many of the besetting and
pressing sins of ordinary persons we
may secure immunity when we cut I
ourselves off from the Indulgences and i
amusements and laxities which have
power U) weaken and soften i ne ttbre
of our manhood.
4. Lastly, our Lenten season does
i not end with itselt, but ls tbe preparation for newness of life. The Iue o,
men and women in the world is r.ot
killed by Lenten discipline, but purified and preserved. As provision was
made to take into the Ant all the seeds
of life, so through a well-kept Lant
there ls saved the germ of all thut
makes for true civilization and true
culture. Art ls killed by the world
which degrades it into animalism, but
ls saved by that discipline through
wbich its spiritual savour is preserved.
The germs of every grace and beauty
of chaacter are kept safe by the spitit
which Bends us Into the wilderness
with Christ to see ahead, not ��loom,
or cloud, or drenching rain of Judgment, but a new start ln which all material loss shall be reduced. There ls
here the promise and potencV'of life's
triumphal march beneath the &rch of
hope's resplendent rainbow. Therefore, even while we remain prisoners
to our Lenten resoiutions, we are 'prisoners of hope,' and, like St. Paul and
Silas ln the dungeon at Phillppl, we
can sing songs of hope which others
shall hear, and feel their shackles
loosened. )
How beautiful the world must have i
been when the forty days were over
and men saw again the greenness of
the earth and the cloudless biue of the
slty!
And how beautiful all life may be
when the rain of judgment is over and
the clouds of doom have disappeared,
when the dove of the spirit comes
with the green leaf of a new-born hope
to bid us go forth again in the plenitude of our recovered strength! Solemnized by the knowledge that man cannot with impunity sin, and that sinning
inevitably brings its doom, yet cheered
by the assurance of God's protective
care, and with the rainbow of >hope
spanning tbe sky above us, we pass
from life's chastening discipline into
the glorious liberty of the sons of God.
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in Our New Store,
men are unpacking tn
Productions in
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is clean and
wholesome and p<
nu huipt
lerfectly harmless.    It
parched hair,   removes
refreshes drv _______*_______________________*
dandruff and  gradually restores  faded
or gray hair to its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
using Wyeth a Sago and Sulphur at
once and seo what a difference a few
days' treatment will make in your hair.
B*
his   preparation   is  offered  to tho
public nt fifty  cents  i* bottle, and is
recommended und sold by all druggists.
Special Agent, D. 3. Curtis.
FURNITURE
CARPETS and
DRAPERIES
Wkick   We  Are   Putting   On
Display as   Rapidly as   Possible
Denny & Ross
HONEST PRICES CASH OR CREDIT
Sixth Street, New Westminster
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I.. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVB
Bi GAME COMES      >
OFF ON SATURDAY
Senior Amateuri Play V. A. C���Will
Wipe Out Defeat In Iroquois Cup
Seml-Flnal.
On Saturday the Senior Amateurs
will play the V. A. 0, ut Moody square,
and one of the bust games of the season should result. ThiB match is of
great Importance to botli teams, as
defeat for either will mean that tho
championship is fast slipping out of
their reach. On tho otber hand, a vie
tory will muke their chances rosy.
'ihe V. A. 0. Is one of the best
teams In the league, well balanced,
Clever and speedy, but tbe local men,
after their recent string of victories,
ure confident of adding one more to
tha list. The boys, moreover, are
longing to revenge themselves for the
defeat Indicted on them by the V. A.
C. in the seml-Ilnal of the Iroquois cup.
Blrchtlfld will play goal, und Is sure
to acquit hlniBelf well, while the rest
of llie team will turn out practically
in the sumo order as on last Saturday,
All the men can be relied on to work
their hardest, and as they Include
iiOine of the best players Iu lhe league
the team that Ib going to bout them
from now on will have to set a pretty
fast pace. The game will start at 3
p.m.
In the city league Burnaby and tho
lu-ith will play a match at (Moody
park beforo the game between tho
Westminster Senior Amateurs und the
V. A. C. beRlns. The ball wlll be kick-
���ed off ut 2 p.m.
International Matches Arranged.
The Vaucouver Football Alliance
met last ni^ht and decided to play
the first of the international series on
tbe Powell stieet grounds on fcjutur-
day at 3 p.m. Representatives of England und fanaila will first incut, and
on Saturday week at the Cambie
street grounds Scotland will play the
winners. Tlie teams selected last
night were:
English (West End colors)���A.
Vluce (Nomads), Slatlord (St. Andrews i, E. Gibson (Nomads), J. Jones
(St. Andrews), W. Jones (V.'est End),
Captain; Johnston (Nomad*), W.
���Oaidner (S. O. E-), Vluce (Nomads),
Cox Robson Mem.), and iiiiggett
(Nomads). Reserves, Hurt and II.
Gardner is. o. E.).
Canadian (Westminster colors) ���
Wynn (St. Andrews), E. Gilley (R. C.
II. S.), Freeman (West End), Cooper
(R. C, H. 8.), Steele (West End), Allison (R. C. U. S). WFllsoo (It. CH.
S.), Woodruff (West End), Lougheed
(R. 0. II. S.), captain, and C. McLean
(Robson Mem.). Reserves, Feeney (ft.
C. H. S.), Greenwood and McLeod
lWest End).
Scotland (St. Andrews colors)���
Sharpe, Leltch and Hillcoat (St. And-
lews), Williamson i Robson Mem.),
Ramsay (S. O. E.), Webb (St. Andrews), McKinuon (St. Andrews),
Green (Robson Mem.), Forgle ( St.
Andrews), captain; Runlce (St. And-
rewBi, und Alexander (St. Andrews).
Kescnes, G. J ickson (Robson Mem)
and Finlayson (S. 0. E.).
The resignation ot Nomads from
further competition was accepted with
regret, the points in their remaining
games being awarded to opponents*
The senior amateurs will be asked
for a game some time this month.
1 he 8. O. E.-Robson Mem. game, won
by tbe latter, was disputed, and the
matter laid over until next Wednesday.
S. O. E. and Westminster will pull
off their league game prior to the International fixture on Powell street
ground on Saturday, starting at 1:30
o'clock.
Basketball at Y. M. C. A.
Basketball Is tbe game at the Y. M.
C. A. theso nights. In the High
School league last, night. High school
team No. 3, captained by R. Qilley,
met team No. 4, captained by R
Whitaker. No. 4 team made a sensational win. At half time the score
was 8-2. During the next half of
the contest No. 4 team added four
more goals to their score, and the re<
suit was 12-2 in favor of team No. 4.
Paris,, where be was to prepare for the
priesthood. In 1851 be was ordained
in Notre Dame, and then for eight
years he wus a professor of theology.
He entered the Order of Baretoot
CarmeiUe Friars, the most self-denying and austere of orders, and for two
years Bcemei Inspired with the ardor
of the prophet. His baptismal name
of Charles Loyson waa dropped, und
he became Brother Hyaclnthe. lt was
thUB he was known at Lyons, where
ho first preached. At Bordeaux he
added to his reputation as a pulpit orator. In 18(14 ho went to Paris and
preached at the Madeleine. It ls doubtful if any preacher since his day has
created such a tremendous sensation.
Even Notre Dame was not large
enough to hold the crowds that thronged to hear Father Hyaclnthe. lie had
eloquence, scholarship, fervor, and a
sort of personal magnetism that held
bis congregations spellbound. The
Archbishop of Parts heard every sermon.
At War With the Church.
Year after year he preached at
Notre Uame, the one great preacher
In Stance. Napoleon HI. Invited him
to preacii before hlm at the TullleneB.
Pio Nouo himself requested him to go
to Rome und repeat his discourses.
He was the Spurgeon, the Punshon
and tho Talmage of tbe Roman Catholic religion, ills campaign against
the atheism and vice of Paris, contained In his six Advent sermons, entitled "A Personal God," were accepted as part of the literature ot the
church. It was when he was at the
very height of hls fame thut envy began to Btrike at hlm. Some of his remarks In favor of freedom of conscience brought a censure from the
head of the Carmelite Order. He criticized the policy of bolstering up the
church by the power of corrupt politics and bloody wars, and thus Incurred the displeasure of the Pope; but
Father Hyaclnthe defended himself by
quoting the Pope's own words to the
same effect. This, however, failed to
please his Holiness, and it was said
that when the head of the Carinehiea
went to Rome and asked for the Pontiff's blessing for the CarmellteB, Plo
Nono replied, "Yes, for all the order���
except for Hyaclnthe!"
A Famous Convert.
In 18(17 Father Hyaclnthe made an
address before the Peace Society that
was capable of being Interpreted as
heresy, and ln spite of an eloquent de-
fenco he was expelled from the Carmelites and excommunicated, lt was
ut this point that the romance of his
life began. Largely throuRh his eloquence an American woman of great
culture, Mrs. Merriman, the widow of
an officer in the army, had been led
to forsake the beliefs of her Puritan
forefathers, and bad become a Roman
i athollc. Her change of faith, on account of her Intelectual and social
rank, had nude a great sensation in
the United States, and in Rome she
was warmly welcome I. She preceived,
nevertheless, that It was In the interest of her new faith that the temporal
power of the pope Bhould come to an
end, and her enthusiasm for the
triumph of Victor Emmanuel had
drawn upon her the censure of the
Pope, who declared that this brilliant
convert was a thousand times more
dangerous than if she had remained
i Protestant.
The Insurgents Join Forces.
When the decree of Infallibility was
promulgated in 1870 Mrs. 'Merriman
found herself arrayed against the
Pop�� and a comrade of Father Hyaclnthe. Their subsequent marriage
created a tremendous sensation, and
later on when It was announced that
a son had been born to tbem crowds
thronged the street in which they lived
in order to see whether the Infant
was equipped with horns snd cloven
Keet, as rumor insisted.     Soon after
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his marriage, Pere Hyaclnthe went to
Geneva, where he became the head of
a Protestant church, and In later years
founded a Galllclan congregation at
Neullly, Purls, and afterwards preached ln another Protestant church. For
many years past, however, be had
dropped out of sight, and hla great
fame had become but a faint memory.
LABORS FOR LEPERS.
Woodstock, Ont., Girl  Receives Kali-
Ir.l-Hind   Medal.
Mias F. Isabelle Hutch, a Woodstock, Ont., girl, has chnrge of a leper
colony at Riimachrtiidrapuran, somt
400 miles from Madras, India, between
the mountains and the scacoast, on
the Gudavari River. Every seven
years she gets a iurlough and revisits
her birthplace in Canada. .
This year the Governor-General ol
India bestowed upon Miss Hatch the
Kaisir-i-Hind silver medal in recog.
nition of her many ,years of work
among thc outcast lepers of the Te-
luga district, which comprises some
30,000,000 people. Just beiore she sailed she was presented with a solid gold
medal bearing on one side the inscription "F. I. Hatch, 1895-1911," and
on the obverse, "From the Public of
Ramachandrapuran."
Miss Hatch hud b"en for many years
in India when a visitor called attention to her native servant, who had
been in her employ two years. She
immediately took him to a physician.
Who diagnosed his case as 'ltprosy."
When question, he admitted that his
mother and sister had led pariah
lives for years because of the disease,
and finally had drowned themselves
to escape further ravage.
That was the start of the leper colony at Ramachandrapuran. Misc
Hatch had no money���nothing but an
abiding faith. Bit by bit the way
opened. Lund was given her, and
helpers came. Much oi the actual
work and supervising she herself did.
There now are several good buildings
erected by people who desired to help
in the work. The women's buildina
i-t the gift of a woman who desired n
memorial to har husband and could
think of nothing more suitable than
this home for those who are doomed
to go about crying "Unclean, unclean."
"I would not have you think that
life is all gloomy at the colony," said
Miss Hatch.
The church i3 open for services each
and every day, and tliere these unfortunate people may meet and talk of
the things which interest them. I find
employment for each one who is able
to work. Some have garden plots
wdiich they cultivate; the men can
always finds something to do around
the buildings, and the women have
their household tasks just the same
as do other women. There is the
laundry, the cooking, the sewing, and
the hundred and one thinga I try to
teach them."
PILE8 CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money lf
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cu.e any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Plies in 6 to 14 days.   60c.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the Incorporated Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferln
8treet, New Westminster. Phone R*H.
Central Parted
���<#
One acre close to Park anr1 Tram Station; 188 feet by 248 fe'et.
Price  $3000
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Aldergrove
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One hunlred and sixty acres close to Aldergrove.    Extra flne land.
Some good timber. "v,
Price $60.00 Per Acre
The Westminster Trust and Stf e Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New, Westminster
W. R. OILLEY, Phone 122.
Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonee. Office 16 and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRE88ED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
FATHER HYACINTHE.
Distinguished Preacher Who Forsook
Church���Married Lady Love.
To an earlier generation the name of
Father Hyaclnthe has a significance
thnt lt no longer possesses. It was
worn by a great mnn who has been almost forgotten, and who stirred our
fathers fifty years ago as they have
hardly boon stirred since. Father Hyaclnthe was tbo most brilliant Roman
Catholic preacher of bis day, perhaps
of nn age or moro, and he became a
<ProtcBtant, married a woman almost
as distinguished as himself, and set
the torch to a controversy that lusted
for years. He died the other day In
Paris, but even those who had been
most thrilled by his preaching or most
ahocked by his marriage had forgotten whether he lived or had died twenty years ago. Father Hyaclnthe hid
remarkable Influence ln his day, but
he did nothing that lived after him.
He was an orator, not a waiter, nnd
he long outlived hla fame. Nevertheless, he was one of the greatest
preachers that the vast century produced, and his Hfo wns tlnred with so
���much romance that lt is well worth reviewing.
The Pulpit Orater of Paris.
Father Hyaclnthe was born at Orleans, France, ln 1827, the sin of the
principal of an academy. His only
education was rndertakm hv his
father, and the lad proved a brlU'ant
scholar. At t^e age of slvtcen he
wrote a poem of dee.'ded merit, nnd at
nineteen he brllllant'y rusted the entrance examinations nt Et. Sulplce, ln
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur      Quassia Chips
Whale Oil Soap, Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
'PHONE 67
EYE8 TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� cars
leave B. 'J. E. R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 5:00, 6:45 and
6:46 a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leave
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:30, 0:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch���Cars leave
B .C. E. R. Co. station for Vnncouver at r>:45. 6:48 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly sen Ice thereafter until 10 p. m. nnd late car
at 11:30 p. m
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu Island Branch.���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���Flrat car
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for'Van. at 10:00
Fraser Valley Branch,��� Cars
leave R. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack snd way points
nt iM* a.m., 1:20 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon and wny points at
i :or> p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA FLECTRlf RAILWAY COMPANY.
AL. W. GILLIS. manager.
TODAY.
Every Act a Featur:
The Americanized Chinee
Doranto
Delineator of Dragonistic Music.
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL STEAMESS, 8AILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool.
Largest and Finest Mail Steamers from Canada
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
New Triple-Screw *8.8. Laurentic.     New Twin-Screw 8.8. Megantic.
���Turbine and Reciprocating Engines.
Last word ln shipbuilding.    Electric elevators, electric heaters, skilled orchestra, wireless and deep sea signaling apparatus.
Flrst-c'.asB, $92.50; second-class, $63.75;    third-class,    (closed   rooms),
$32.50.
Comfort at moderate rates by excellent one-class (I I) cabin service.
S.S. Twin-Screw 'TEUTONIC, S.S. Twin-Screw CANADA,
582 feet long. 514 feet long. .
���Largest, fastest steamer Canadian-Liverpool I one-class (II) cabin'
service.
Beat accommodation given $50.00 up, third-class (closed rcoms), $11 25.
Company's Office, Room "B'J Bailey Building, Second and Cherry Ste.,
Seattle, or H. E. Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, and W. F. Butcher, G. N.
R.
The Summers
Singing and Talking Act, Late
of Sulllvan-Considine Circuit.
Will Lockrane
Scotch Comic.
Louise Byrd
Singing "Baboon  Baby Dance.'
3���NEW PHOTO PLAYS���3.
10c-^AOMISSION���20c.
CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B.C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER FOR  MOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.	
Now ia the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window Display
CHAMBERLIN   ��SE���
Official Time Inspector for C, P. R. and B. C. EleqWc, Railway.
"The House of Quality and Low Prices'*
FURNITURE
Extraordinary Offerings
For Friday's Selling
Iron Beds
la 3 tt, 3 ft. 8 in., and 4 ft. 6 in. sizes. These ere
good strong beds, enameled with best quality -white
enamel; have brass caps on posts; $3.75 value.
Friday, only, each 12.50
Iron Beds
In all sizes with brass vases and 5-8 Inch brass top
rail. This is a bed usually sold for $7.50. Our
Priday price,  only H40
Good Springs and
Mattresses
At the lowest prices; all new gcods.
Extension Tables
Den Tables
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A* nt*.
Early English finish; 24-lnch round top with square
legs;  a solid quarter cut oak table; jcegularly sold
at $9.50.   Friday special $6.50
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Library and Den Tables
Male from solid quarter cut oak in early English
and fumed oak finish;  $14.00,    $14-00    und    $16.00
. i
values.    Friday, ��ach  i ...$10.00
Tables
Golden quarter cut oak and mahogany finish; suitable for halls; parlor or bedrooms; a very neat
design usually sold for $3.50. Our special Friday
price, each t2*50
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Chairs
Made of hardwood; finished   golden  surface  oak; I
44-inch round top extending to six feet.   This is one I Suitable for dining room, bedroom   or
of the best tables on the   market   at   the   price; I $1.25 value, Friday, each    90c
regular $12.60.   Friday special  $9-00 I $1.65 and $1.75 values, each  %��� .25
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QUALITY FURNITURE
401-403 Columbia Street Phonq 829
New Westminster
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
Dry Good
6
nes,
gs? Etc., Bought for 50 Cents
liar =
To Be Closed Out at Gordon's Recent Quarters, Cliff Biock, At Once
This Mormn
clock
Special
In addition to Gordon's Stock on hand when his doors were closed, we
have also secured several thousand dollars' worth of New Goods In
transit, bought by him for the spring trade at a liberal discount.
These new goods will be included in the sale at about one-ha'f thc
price usually obtain?:! for like merchandise.
High Grade Goods
Most of you know of the hi^h standard of the Gordon Stock���not the
kind usually foun:! on bar^nln counters. Every Item in the store is
the choicest of Its kind, selected with care, well bought, and Is in
every way c!ep:n^nble. At Gordon's regular prices you alwry: received good value. Now you have an opportunity to buy these goods
at from one-third to one-half.
We Promise Yon
that prices for like merchandise will be lower than Westminster people have ever known.
The masterful method of merchandising that will be employed will compel the patronage
of all classes of this community. We realize that it is no inconsiderable task to fully and completely carry out the plan which we have
conceived for the disposal of this magnificent stock. However, every nook and corner of this establishment is permeated with that fine
western spirit which knows no failure, and which by its very enthusiasm spells success before it starts. You will find further unfolding of
our plans and practical demonstration of our earnestness if you will read our ''ads" in the daily papers.
ATTEND THE SALE OPENING TODAY
CLIFF BLOCK
THE MAN WHO SAVES YOU MONEY
SIXTH STREET, Near Columbia
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On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
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good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
|     charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.   Tliey
are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
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The Pines of Fallow.
The black cathedral pines are breathing low
The   uay's   decline   in   murmured
threnody;
Swaying    and  whispering  as    the
shadows flee
Across the earth's responsive bread;
a glow
Fires the wide horizon bar, lifting to
grow
On sacred heights then  wane o'er
panels free
From   scudding   clouds;   and   half
tremblingly
The sweet melodious s'rain leaps down
the row.
I hear the voices calling me soft and
clear
And heated blood wakes to the pensive calm;
Dream faces haunt me and 1 stand in
fear
To step aside and break  the holy
balm;
Deeper and  deeper falleth night;  I
1 faintly hear
The mystic  spirits joined  in  later
psalm.
���K. i'age Lincoln, in Outer's Book.
be given to the system, and that both
oid and young will more readily learn
of the opportunity parliament has afforded them of making provision for
old a^e, the postmasters now becoming
active, while formerly they were only
passive, agents of the branch. The
benefits will, of course, be more apparent where payments are begun at an
early age, the accumulation period being longer, and the marvellous earning power of compound interest at 4
per cent being more strikingly demonstrated; and there is always the danger if payment is deferred to a late
age that unfortunate investments or
expenditures may be made, and the
necessary amount be not then available. There is no time like the present.
Full Information in reg=r.l to the
various plans on which annuities may
be purchased may be obtained at the
postoffice or on application to the Superintendent of Annuities. Ottawa, to
whom letters on annuities business go
free of postage.
Take Notice
All Grand Trunk Pacific Steamers now dock
at the NEW GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
WHARF, foot of Main street, Vancouver.
MONDAYS NORTH
SATURDAYS SOUTH
It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
The   Reason  Why.
"Nonsense! There was plenty of
room for you to pass with the cart
without knocking the gate off."
"But yer see, sorr, the room was on
the wrong side of the cart."���Tatler.
HER ONLY HOPE.
Canadian Government Annul'.ies System Have Not Been Abolished.
The superintendent of annuities has
received the following enquiry from an
anxious correspon lent who, prob-b y
had read the announcement that the
agency staff of tho branch had been
discontinued.
"I wish to ask, is lt a f.ict that the
Annuities system has been abolished'.'
If so, 1 am terribly disappointed, as I
have IntcnJed for some time to buy an
annuity next summer, paying the full
price. 1 never thought that the act
could be abolished, and have been us-
ui'; thc money in other ways until 1
was of age to receive the first payment. 1 and many others have
thought that the annuities was a ftie
provision for poor people. Can 1 still
buy a Government Annuity? and if
uot, is there anything ihat will t.kc
its place that can be bought? I do
hope that it is not true that the annuities haa been abolishe 1, as It gave me
the ONLY HOPE for my old age."
We are glad to say that tbe / untitles System has not been abolished,
I ln transferring the brunch to tlie Poet-
lofflco Department under tbe adrulnls-
, tratlon of the Postmaster General it
its believed that a Wider t,ub'.l:l'y w.U
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and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada.     Made   by   a   perfect   mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
TratEic       flavor and food value.
The New  Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of tht
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
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HHHI FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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SHOES!
HOES!
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU, VALUES
THAT  WILL  MAKE  YOU  WEEP   FOR   JOY
A. ECCLES McGEACHIE, THE EASTERN SALES SPECIALISTS, HAVE PURCHASED AT BOc-CN THE DOLLAR CHAMBERLIN & CO. ENTlftESHOE STOCK.    MESSRS. CHAMBERLIN & CO. MADE THE MISTAKE OF
LOCATING OFF THE MAIN THOROUGHFARE.    FOR THE NEXT THREE  WEEKS WE  WILL SELL SHOES AT PRICES THAT WILL DRAW CUSTOMERS TO 641 FRONT ST. LIKE NEEDLES TO A MAGNET.
CHAMBERLIN'S STOCK MUST BE CLEARED AT ONCE
EXAMPLES:
Our Miscellaneous Bin of Boots,
Shoes and Slippers, Values $2.00
to $4.00.   Your Choice
95c
$3.00 to $6.00 Values Ladies'
High Shoes, Oxfords or Pumps,
All Sizes.
Any Pair in the Store
$1.95
Gent's English Make Vici Boots,
leather lined   All sizes
$1.45
Gent^ Boots, Oxfords, Sovereign
Make, $6.00 Values. Any Pair in
the Store
$2.75
T
FOR SUMMER
Ladies' Canvas Oxfords, made by
Hartt Outing Shoe Co., $2.00 to
$3.50 Values.   Any Pair
95c
i
Gent's and Boy's Boots.   Various
Sizes, 11 to 5, Your Pick
$1.25
Note Address and Come Early g41 FRONT STREET
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
FRATERNAL.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
'I be regular meeting of Amity Wdge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., la held e.ery Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Kighth street. VisKing brethern
cordially invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. O.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; Jame3
Ferguson, P. G., recording secre
tary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary.
STENOGRAPHY    *    TYPEWRITING
MISS M. BROTK.i, public stenogrt
pher; specifications, business let
iers, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Rear ot Major anc*
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
! Irrlval:
10:50���Vancouver  via   G.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
���JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barrister*
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooma
C and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address' "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070,
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
7:40���Victoria
(dally
10:50���Victoria
���WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columhla street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer juo. Telephone 88. W. J.
Whiteside   II. L. Edmonds.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, cm Columbia
street.   Over C. P. II. Telegraph.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���BarrlsterB and Sollcltora
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and S
Oulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
flees, Williams building. 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler. W. ('? McQuarrie, O. E
Martin, Geo, Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West-
miuster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.	
iOARD OF TRADE���NBW VMUH'l
minster Board of TraOe meew in tn*
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursdiiy of eacb month:
quarterly meeting on the tttiro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at. v p.m Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New memoere may be
proposed nad elected at any montb
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Closing'
N.   R.
^^^^^ 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
via B. C. E. R.
except Sunday). 11.15
 _ via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.45
16:16���United Statea via G. N. R.
tdally except Sund.iy)..16:00
11:10���All points east   and   Eu-
���   rope    (daily)     8:15
22:43���All points east and Europe (daily)    13:15
11:40���Sapperton    and    Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Suuday)    8:15
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills      tdally     except
Sunday)     -.   14:00
11:40���Coquitlam      (daily    except  Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.16
14:00���East Burnaby (dally except Sunday    14:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)       ..13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Mondav, Wednesday
and  Friday    14:00
10:00���Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Bun
Villa  13:30
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally   except  Sunday).13:30
.0:00���Woodwards (T.uesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13:30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via. G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
15:50���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.  R.   (dally except  Sunday) .14:00
11:20���Clayton   (Tuesday, Thurs-   -
day,   Friday   and   Sat-
day       14:00
11:20���Tynehead  ( Tuesday   and
Friday)       14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc. (dally except Sunday)  .' 23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday)  9:46
18:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tueaday, Thursday and Saturday   9:45
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehman. A idergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,C!overda!e,Lang-
ley Prairie. Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling Station,
Bradner, Bellerose, via
B. C. E. R. (dally except Sunday)   9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:30���Cliilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday)   17:JO
16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
12:00���Fraser Arm    23:00
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PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH to 26 H. P.
1 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
** CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coast Service
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 Daily except Sunday
For  Seattle.
10:00  A. M Daily
11:00 P. M Dally
For  Prince  Rupert and Alaska
11 P.M March 9th, 19th, and 29th
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
11 P.M March 2nd, 16th and 30th
For Hardy Bay.
8.30 A. M Thursday
For  Upper  Fraaer  River Points.
Steamer Beaver.
Leaves New Westminster, 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leavea  Chilliwack,  7:00 a.m.,  Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganges Hr., Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P, A.. Vancouver
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 657.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westmlnater.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO
3-DAILY MIS-3
Toronto Express leaves at 8:50
Chicago Express leaves at   13:5i)
Imperial Limited Leaves at ....19:40
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   (Paid-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE   $15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng-
lud, New Tork, Chicago and Spokane.
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let
ters ot Credit Issued, available wltb
jorr' .pendents lo ait parts of thc
wor'l.
Springs Bank Dipartment���Deposlti
received la sums of fl and upward,
u>d interest alio wei at S per cent pei
mmi'.i  (vreseit r��te).
Totil  A��sets over 1186.000,000.00
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. RRTMNER. Manager.
Through    Pullman     TourL;     and
Diners.    For Reservations  and  rates
apply to
ED. OOULET, Agent
Nev Westminster
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A., Vancouver
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 106.    P. O. Box 848.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reaerve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacinc.
in Cuba throughout the island;
also In Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all tbe principal towns and
cities ln tbe world. These ex-
oelent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
The Continuous
Gro wih of a M\
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
KENDERS IT8 CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BU8INE8S RELATI0N8.
THE
BankofToronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEAR8
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE,  INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL ..
REST ....
'.. ,.....$4,600,000
 $5,600,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   O. C
BRANCH
J. ORACEY, MANAGER.
1 *AQK BIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
PRIDAY, MARCH
nr��HE very Jact that there are
* more Great Majestio Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that lt is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three l.mes as long a3 a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
Anderson & Lusbj
ever appeared ln Westminster.   His B
political speech was the   best   thing  B
that he did.   His drunken number and
the waiter number were very funny.
Summers     and     Summers
^^^^^^ _ lady and gentleman that put over   a
F. C. Cook has left the city on a ' refined" singing and talking act.   This
business trip to Kamloops. |leam ,8 ^ of (ne Su���ivan.Consldl���e
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO TAKE
ANYTHING LESS TITAN EXPERT
ADVICE IN THE MATTER OF INSURANCE. YOU NEVER KNOW
UNTIL THE LOSS HAS OCCURRED
WHETHER YOUR POLICY IS
WORTH ANYTHING OR NOT.
WHEN YOU GO TO AN EXPERT
YOU ARE CERTAIN OF GETTING
THE BEST INSURANCE. THAT IS
MY BUSINESS. I AM A SPECIALIST IN IT. THEREFORE IT WILL
PAY YOU TO COA1E TO ME.
Mired W. McLeod
Eighth street Bakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A. Hardman, Phone L151).
The TranBfer resumes her regular
run on March the first. *���
Mr. A. 8, Mac 'cnald was 3 visitor
to the city yesterday. He stayed at
the Russell.
Mrs. A. J. Shook Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Sutherland, at th* latter s home at 115 Durham street.
Dr. H. Hope, eye specialist, can
be consulted daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., at (157 Columbia street, over
Curtis' Drug Store, or by H.'o.u 1:115:.*
Miss Winifred Runacres left on
Wednesday for several months' visit
to her brother and sister. Dr. and
Mrs. R. J. Haworth, MacGregor, Man.
N'ew three roomed house on   Sherbrooke street,  with  33x112   foot  lot,
wired for liglit; water on street. $1175,
$250   cash.    Reid.   Curtis * Dorgan,
... ,v  \>esiminster,  B.  C. 9*
Tidy, the florist, is moving into his
new premises, next to the Co-Operative store, Sixth street. As this Is a
larger store than the flrm had In the
past, a much larger stock will be
dept on hand. Tne opening Is on
Saturday next.
We give you money to build your
home, meet payments or pay mortgages. You repay in monthly payments under $10. The Universal Home
Security Co.. Ltd. Offices in the Peoples Trust offices. Open evenings until 9 o'clock. **
Last night was the occasion I r the
fir.st annual smoker to be given by
the B. C. E. R. company to the heads
of iis departments. 'I ho- smoker was
held in the Dominion hall, Vancouver,
There were several employees from
this city present.
Hear Dr. Wilfred Grenfell on "The
Rescue of Labrador" at Queens
Avenue 'Methodist church next Tuesday evening, March 5, under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Tickets on
sale at White, Shiles & Co., and the
Curtis drug store. Admission fifty
cents. *���
George Speers, of Brandon, wild
has been staying in this city for the
���nft two months, has returned to the
prairies. He goes from here to Saskatoon, and thence to Brandon, where
he will arrive towards the end of
March. Mr. Speers was greatly Impressed by conditions here. He ls expected to Invest in New Westminster,
anfl perhaps come out hero to tua'..'1
his home on the coast.
circuit and they undoubtedly can play
It again ,lf tbey go us well as
they did here last night. An act out
of the general run Is that of Doranto,
Chinese impersonator and musician.
He speaks the Chinese language and
has a stage setting of the Oriental
sort. Doranto not only Is a fine
musician, hut ^n excellent yodler also.
He finishes bis turn with an imitation
of a - xylophone which consists of a
small piece of .wood which he places
between his lips and plays on with
his fthgers. .Louise Byrd sings what
is heralded as New York's latest song
hit, "Baboon Baby Dance." Miss Byrd
has made arrangements with an eas��-
'era firm of song publishers who are
going to send their latest hits to her
as soon as they are off the press.
Thereby the public will hear the best
offerings while they are still new. A
comedy picture completes the program.
Hindu Problem.
i Winnipeg, Feb. 29.���Dr. Sundey
Singh, who has been touring the
country ln the interests of the Hindu
Immigrant, arrived here today. Tomorrow he will speak before the Canadian cluh and will leave later for
Calgary where he has also been asked
to speak. From Calgary he will re
turn to Vancouver.
���
Low Prices That Make It Worth
While to Shop Early and at Smith's
We have prepared a list of Bargains from every section cf the store to cause one of the Greate:t Friday
Bargain Rushes of the Season. Join the crowds today at this store where a few hours can be spent with
Pleasure and Profit.
'READ   EACH    ITEM    CAREFULLY.
Thirty-five Drowned.
San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 29 ���
Thirty-five oil well workers were
drowned when the barge of Which
they were crossing Lake Lamehuan.
State of Tamaulipas, was sunk in a
storm last week, according to travellers who arrived last ni^ht from
Mexico.
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New  Westminster,
LimeSuIphurSpray
Sulphur, Blue Stone, Lye, Arsenate of Lead���and anything
ehe in this line. Any Quantity
ALSO
FRESH SEEDS
NOW IN
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Ret   72.
New    Westmlntter.    B    C
TALCUM POWDER
There are many kinds.
WE HAVE THE BEST.
Also the latest.   Try
MULFORD'S FLESH & WHITE
Exquisite Odor,
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
f��S DR0G SM
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
!>����ui��.iilvcK,, .<4' Columbia 8t
v��w   Westminster,  HC
What is life without good eyesight,
nd how many people are suffering to
day from headaches caused by defective vision. Why not have your eyes
tesie-1 by a graduate ontician: ha-e
your I lasses made to suit your sight.
and relieve yourself of those head-
11 lies. Satisfaction etmranteed by W.
Gifford, graduate optician. Optical
��� arlors in T. Gilford's Jewelry
Store. **
4 Choice Building  Lofs
Corner Fourth avenue and Seventh
street, all Cleared. Some fruit
trees. Each lot 40 foot frontage ou
Seventh street, and running back
120 feet to lane.
Pricel2,000
I Each;  one-quarter cash, balance ('���,
12 .'nd 18 nionlhs.
Major & Savage
550 COLUMBIA STREET
Tho Royal.
Manager Gillis certainly billed his
present show right when he said
"every act a feature." The pictures
are above the standard also. Arrangements have been made to have the
European Pathe Gazette every week.
The audience recalled Will Lockrano
time and time again until he ran out
of material. Without a douht he is
the   best   Scotch   comedian   that  has
B. & M.
Specials
Smoked Halibut, per lb 15c
B. &.  M.   Brand   Kippered  Salmon,
per lb 15c
Kippers and Bloaters, per lb 10<-
Loggle's Famous Ha Idle 2 lbs. for 25c
Frozen Salmon (half or whole), lb. 6c
Also a large variety of    Fresh    Fish,
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
Waterfronta
LULU ISLAND
We have 660 feet on the main
channel side of Lulu Island and
within the city limits. The proposed harbor improvements will
make this the centre of industrial
activity. For full particulars call
or phone
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
F J. Hert & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
Head  Office,  New Westmlnater       llranches at  Vancouver
Chilliwack and A'derprove. B.C.
Dress Goods at a Sensationally Low Price
PERHAPS THE BEST OFFER  WE HAVE MADE IN MONTHS.         I
An extra special lot for rush selling Friday.    A collection of odd lines   In   weaves   suitable   for   Women's
nnd Children's Garments; striped Suiting. Panamas, Serges, Diagonals, Tweeds, Fancy Plaldu, Shepherd's
checks and other oddments; .1 splendid rcnge of colors and all reliable fabrics; widths ranging from 40 to 5��>
inches', regular values to $1.50. Friday Bargain, per yard        35-
Extraordinary Low Price on Women's Suits
Soring Styles, $9.50 Each.
For a special tub'a selling Friday we will oifer fourteen of our New Spring Suits at a Tremendous Price
Reduction, especially when you consider these goods are only ln stock a few days. They are in fine all-wool
Fabrics, in navy ��nd 'black with white hair line stripes; coats lined with mercerlze;l satin; plain tailored
skirt; sizes 34 to 40. Get here early to make Biire of getting a fit; regular vj.'ucs to $15.00. Friday Bar-
viin, ���essch       $9-5f)
Corsets Less Than Half Price
Regular to $4.00.   Friday Bargain, $1.50 per Pair.
TJieTaids of'.he post few weeks selling has left  many broken lines In tbe Corset Section.     They are   in
Royal Worcester end D. & A. models; all sizes In eluded In the lot. but not In each style.    You have only
lo realize of the Savings this Bargain offers to he convinced that an enrly visit Friday should prove profitable. |i!
Women's Spring Coats at Extremely Low Price, $11.50
Friday morning we will offer a lot of the New Spring Coats for quick selling. They are In fine English
Serges and Worsteds and Reversible Tweeds; trimmed on collar an:l cuffs with revers of cloth; also n coat
of fine navy Broadcloth; all new styles; In shales of grey, navy and black; regular values to 317.51. Friday Bargain, each '��� |     $11.50
Excellent Values in Women's Dress Skirts, $4.75
One big day, of extraordinary Bargains In Skirts; and such values as will certainly repay those who come
early. Tbey are d nimber of odd Skins, many of them smples; shown In Panama* Serges and Tweeds!
in shades of grey, green, navy and black; regular values to $8.50. Fi Iday Bargain, each   $4.75
A Superb Value in Small Sweater Coats, $1.00 Each
An exceptional Bargain in Children's Sweaters. They are shown In a great selection of shades, plain and
combination elects;  sizes fittin g up to 11' years and values reg. to $1.76.    Friday Bargain, ?arh $1.00
NOTABLE VALUES IN WOMEN'S  MERCERISED  SATIN   WAI STS, $1.00.
Waists that look well and wiil give good wear in mercerized satin cloths, in blue, and wh'te and black and
white dot and self black; plain styles and long sleeves; high or detachable collars; all sizes in the lot! regular values to $2.25.    Friday Bargain, each        $1.00
CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN DRStiSES THAT SHOULD INTEREST EVERY  MOTHER, $1.00 EACH.
An extraordinary Special that concerns a special lot of little Dresses we have   market   for quick   sellng;
made of fine grade lawn?, neatly trimmed with lace and embroidery; sizes  from  1   to   lu years;   regular
values up to $3.50.    Friday Bargain, each      $1.00
GREAT   PRICE CLEARANCE OF WASH FABRICS.
10c Per Yard.
Prints and Ginghams at a price that should cause a
rash out of these most, seasonable fabrics; in light,
medium and dark shades; widths 28 and 30 Inches;
fast colors; regular values to 15c. FTiday Bargain,
per yard        1Uc
SKIRTING    EMBROIDERY    ONE-THIRD    USUAL
PRICE���50c YARD.
E qulsite Quail ty and just tbe sort women will fancy
anu there ls wide choice, with a price Just one-
third the ordinary; a value not likely to occur for
some months. A fine skirting embroidery with tie
ground most beautiful Swissi, and the ���patt?rns
perfect enchantments of clever aeslgning; width
27 to 44 inches; women customers who wish to participate in the profit had better come early. Friday
Bargain, par yard      50c
Embroidery in ten yard ends, ranging in wl:ltha from
IV* to 1xk inches, of fine quality Swiss; regular
$1.00.   Friday  Bargain   10 yds. for 65c
VALUES IN   RIBBONS NOT OFTEN SEEN.
Hundreds of yards of beautiful quality ribbon In silk
and satin; widths from 4 to 5 Inches; In every
wanted shade; extra heavy grade, values regular to
20c.    Friday Bargain    2 yards for 25c
HOISERY BARGAINS.
Two of the best Hosiery Bargains we have offered
in months; owe of interest to women an;l one  for
the little ones.
Women's Pine Black Cotton Hose; In lace fronts;
all sizes; though only a limited number pilrs of
each;   values   worth 25c.   Friday Bargain 2 pairs 25c
Children's 3-4 length Socks and Stockings ef finest
black cashmere; regular values 20c to 30c. Friday
Bargain  per pair   10c
KID   GLOVES MARKED FOR  ONE  GREAT DAY'S
SELLING, 75c PAIR.
Women's Fine Kid Gloves; English make; soft pliable skins; ln shades of tan, brown, grey and black;
two spring fastening at wrist; regular $1.25 values.
Friday   Bargain, per pair  75c
NECKWEAR BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY
SHOPPERS.
One counter strewn with scores of stylish Neckwear
at prices in many cases, less than half; Included ln
this lot are Jabots ln lawns and lace, Side Frills,
Dutch Collars In embroidered lawn and lace; white
and fancy colors; regular values to $1.00. Friday
Bargain, each 45c
GREATEST OF STAPLE  BARGAIN  DAYS.
Prices that make It worth while to purchase now
when   such prices are away below usual.
Five hundred yards Fancy Curtain Muslin, in floral
and figured effects; width 38 Inches; wile range of
colorings and designs; values worth 15c. Fridav
Bargain, per yard   8I/2C
40-!nch Cotton Pillow Cases with deep hem; extra
special.    Friday Bargain, per pair 25c
1214 size Honey-Comb Bed Spreads; in white and
colored stripe effects; extra large and good weight;
regular values $2.25.   Friday Bargain, each ..-$1-75
Turkish Towels; extra large size, 27x54 Inches; In
pure white;  v laes 90c.   Friday Bargain, pair --65=
Grey Turkish Towels; linen and cotton mixture; extra weight; size 23x4(1 inches; also white hue';
towels; size 20x40 inches; regular values (15c. Friday  Bargains, per pair 45c
72-inch Sheeting; full bleached; special grade; .'Uneven weave; regular 35c. Friday Bargain, per
yard  25c
4S-inch Curtain Madras In cream; splendid patterns;
regular 35c. Friday Bargain, per yard  23:
18-lnch Crash Toweling; extra heavy all linen grade.
regular 17^0.   Friday Bargain, per yard 12':c
Nottingham  Lace Curtains;  width 52    inches    and
length 3 yards;   excellent    designs    of heavy  lace
regular values $1.25.   Friday Bargain, per pair ..95c
56-lnch Table Damask; half bleached; all linen
quality and extra weight; regular 50c. Friday Bargain, per yard 40c
38-Inch Victoria Lawn; a special value; regular
12'/jC    Friday Bargain, per yard 8'/ie
BED 8PREADS 60c EACH.
Honey Comb Bed Spreads In white with colore!
stripes; fringed ends; regular $1.00. Friday Bargain, each 60c
22-inch Checked Glass Toweling; all lines; regular
15c   Friday Bargain, per yard 10c
LEATHER BELTS.
Friday Bargain 15c Each.
Women's Leather Belts with plain covered   buckle
In a great variety of shades; all sizes.
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