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VOLUME 7, NUMUE'    6}
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
the Palace
London Suffragettes Renew
Wild Disorder.
THREATEN KING AND QUEEN
NEW WESTMINSTER
AND POINT GREY
MAMMOTH WARSHIP!MACKENZIE CHOSEN
John    Bull    Faces    Another    Serlouc
Problem In His Long and Wonderful  Hiatory.
London, March B.���Open threats hy
militant suffragettes to hum Buckingham palace, the home of King George
unJ his (|ueen, today caused the municipal authorities to throw a double
line of guards around the structure.
The situation ls extremely serious,
the police predicting that the suffragettes undoubtedly Jfill attempt to
carry Into execution their th:eat to
destroy the royal palace.
The women renewed their window
smasuing campaign early today, but
we.e successful in only a lew cases,
as ihe merchants have boarded up all
windows ln their stores, and all the
banns and public buildings are hea. lly
guarded, 'ihe women openly defieJ
the police. Attempts to disperse a
moi> of suiiragettei resulted in thu
women trying to drag mounted office a
from their horses. The su.tragcttea
claim to court arrest, hoping in this
"way to fill the Jails to overflowing.
"We wlll be militant," the leaderj
declare:!, "until we gain our rights. If
our present methods are not strong
enough, we have more drastic ones In
reserve."
The suffragettes openly admit that
they are hoping for bloodshed, and
say the present campaign will not
stop until such a state exists. Mrs
Frederick Lawrence, educated and re
fined, in addressing an audience of
wealthy suffragettes, said today:
"We will terrorize the country, but
v.c will get our rights. We will gel
jthem even if we have to burn tno
ro>al palace."
Ker remarks were enthusiastically
received.
'i he women arrested last night wen
. arraigned today In Bow street court.
Board of Trade Wlll Send Delegation
to Discuss Deepening of the
North Arm.
Tho deepening of the North Arm of
the Eraser river is once more becoming a live Issue. On Thursday a
committee of the board of trade will
go over to Point Grey to discuss with
representatives of that municipality
and of Itlchmon.l and South Vancouver the question of Improving this
branch of the Fraser river. A year
ago last December these municipalities took up the fjiik' question with
the government at Ottawa, a deputation fiolng east to draw the- government's attention to'the matter. Now
tho whole question la being revived
with better chances of success.
President J. R. Duncan, Alderman A.
E. White, H. P. Vidal and Secretary
Stuart Wade will attend from tho
Westminster board of trade.
COTTERILL WINS IN
SEATTLE ELECTION
Latest    Returns   Show   Opponent
Hiram Gill  Leading with Big
Majority.
cf
Britain Will Build Gigantic
Battleship.
HOXSEPOWEI IS PH0D1GI0US
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Battery Consists of Eight Fifteen-Inch
Guns Carrying  Projectiles cf
Great Weight.
London, March 5.���The British admiralty has ordered a battleship
which wlll break ;��T 1 records tor size
and horsepower, and will be bdlit by
the firm of John Brown,,online banks
of the Clyde. The ship wllrbave displacement of thirty thousand tons, de-
\eloping eighty-seven thousand horsepower, and her builders fully expect
she wlll develop one hundred thousand horsepower when 6he undergoes
trials. Her s;eed must be thirty knots.
She wlll have a battery of unprecedented power, consisting of eight fifteen-inch guns, each firing -i projectile of two thousand pounds weight,
and twelve six-inch weapons.
CANADIAN-MEXICAN LINE
RE-ENTERS FRASER RIVER
Conservatives Nominate Candidate at CJoverdale.
CONVENTION HELO YESTEHDAY
REPORT THAT YUAN   |T0LD OF LABRADOR
HAS GONE INSANE,   ���..,���...      A
Dr. Grenfell    Lectured    on
Work Among Fishermen.
HEALER OF SOUL AND BODY
Rumor Widely Circulated that Mind of
Veteran Chinese Leader Has
Given Way.
Langley Landowners Petition Against
C. N. ti. Bridge Across Salmon
River.
At a largely attended convention of
Delta Conservatives held in Cloverdale opera house yesterday afternoon
Frank J. MacKenzie was unanimously
nominated as Conservative candidate
to aguln contest the Delta ri.-.ing ln
tne approaching provincial elections.
Mr. MacKenzie accepted the nomination an.l promised lf elected to do all
In his pever to properly lepreseut
that banner agricultural section .of
fhe province at Victoria. No other
name was placed In nomination.
There were fully 200 delegates in
attendance at the convention from all
pans of the riding and much enthusiasm prevailed at this, the lirst nom
inatlng convention ln British Colum
Tokyo, March 5.���Although denied
strenuously by Chinese representatives here, the rumor, widely circulated today that the mind of President
Yuan Shi Kai of China has given way
as a result of the demoralized condition of tbe empire Is given much
credence here.
Japanese generally believe that a
sweeping campaign of murder and
rapine will be resumed throughout
China within a few hours.
President Yuan's bodyguard ls reported discontented and the entire
army demoralised.
The Manchu soldiers, it is reported
here, plan a movement to lestore thc
dynasty.
Twelve hundred    Japanese soldiers
Large  Audience  Gathered  In  Queens.
Avenue Church*���Address Illustrated with Fine Slides.
Dr. Grenfell, of the Labrador coast,,
lectured In Queens Avenue Methodist
Church last nlgbt ln a most delightful way. Simplicity and modesty-
characterized an address of wonderful interest, and the large audience
came away convinced that for once
at least lt had listened to a man, who
only does hia duty, just because h**
feels bound to do it.
Impressed twenty^years ago on bl*
first trip to Labrador by the need ot
medical service among the fishermen.
The steamship Georgia, of the
Canadian-Mexican line came up the
Fraser yesterday morning and tied up
at the Brunette mills. She U taking
nn a shipment of lumber for Mexican
points.
The arrival of this ship is Interesting as following so shortly on the protest of the board of trade against thia
line having dropped Westminster as a
port'of call. The board entered a protest against the regranting   to   make
today were sent from Port Arthur to . Sf.^f0"^,?I? !l?adS,UP ^?
Pekin to guard the Japanese legation i ^"L.u.I nnJ ,?,',!?, SW^
there.   The Mikado ofTered to send an I "J^f'* * T' '�� ��� 1 L�� ��*\tT
._ ���    army corps, if necessary, to give full I ^   *-? n     < f   I    devoted.,
hia-Vn'ejection"with the app,each-! Protection  to  Japanese subjects and  ��  ����?��>>��� ����  'SThaS
Ing elections    Among   the   speakers  propert).  working   population.     During   those.
^ere���Mf; S HA Uatso,n,' ����� {- t'.*1     ! twenty ye*rs h<> has built and equip-
Mr. H. B. MacGowan, H L. A., bot.i o.   .|nrirn,|   rAlliniBCIIT  ��� P��d flv�� land hospitals, an orphanage
MarrforaNewMweltb=er(:mod',MODERN rOIIIPHFNT    i��* ���, ���...i. % ^v^
Prior to the nominating canvention
Seattle, March 6.���(3 a.m.)���Latest
returns show that Cotterifl is leading
of 1(10 votes.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I    The election  was regarded as cne | regular calls at this harbor
I of the most Important ever fought iu
I Seattle,   "interest    centred    ln    the,
mayoralty contest between Hiram C.'
Gill,   Republican,  wide-open  tow.i  ad
vocate,   who   was  recalled   one  year
ago, and  George F. Cotterill,  a pio-
gresslve Democrat, who    for    twelve
years has  been identified    with    the
good government forces.   In the primary election two weeks-ago Gfll had a
lead o\er Cotttilll of 10,0t0 votes. Th.-
COLORADO MINERS ARE
TO RETUHN TO WORK
Denver, Colo., March 5.���By au
ngreeqient entered in'o between officials of District N'o. lo, United Mine
Workers of America, and officials ot
the American Fuel company,
strike    in    .Northern    Colorado    coal
the annual meeting of    the    Central
. Conservative  executive of  Delta riding was 'beld with the president, Mr.
F. J. MacKenzie, M. L. A., presiding.
The officers elected for the ensuing
year were: Honorary presidents, Hon.
R. L. Borden anl Hon. Richard    McBride; president, F. J, MacKenzie, SS,
IL. A.; vice-president,   Daniel   Harris,
j Langley;    secretary-treasurer, AV.   H.
I Smith, Ladner;  executive committee,
Delta,    George^ Dennis    and    H.   J.
Hutcherson;    Suney,   Thomas   SulII
van and   R. D. MacKenzie;    Langley,
Stanley Towle and Hugh Jones.
A petition   was   presented   at   the
meeting by the Langley land owners
the'protesting against the C. N. R. fereet-)
ing a bridge across the Salmon river |
which is not erupted with a draw.
MODERN EQUIPMENT
EOR CITY SERVICES
Estimates  Provide for    Fire
Truck and Patrol Wagon���Automatic Syst;m Installed.
fields, which ha.s continued for nearly ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
entl-G,,, votes, however. pMWM j W^^�� ^0~*^
I among three candidates, of which C:t - , as the eight.mines   of this   company ^^ jg reme.,,ed  ag  u  w^j
men will re-1 otherwise interfere with navigation on
the river.    The central executive en-
Vletoiia Simmgner'and    Lillian    Ball
two militant leaders, were sentenced terili was the highest. Gill concedes
to tv.o months at hard labor. Scores that the contest today win be close,
of others were similarly punished. Tha He admits that. Cotterill has pract'.c-
muy.strate announced that hereafter ally overcome the 10 000 hsnolcap
all sentences would include hard labor, j and bettinir, which was $10 to $1
The women deiled the court, asserting against Cotterill the day after th:
that their scnteaces woul.l only primary, Is t:day do.vn to e.-en
mean other   demonstrations   by   thfl   money.
suffragettes. '    The stron.iert argument of the Gill
.'\liio   Wright,     described     as   an   forces Is the old contention  that    u
Ams;lean residing in Paris, was sent-
as the eight mines
are concerned.
As a result about
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. help him in.
his work.    He has    got   together   a
band of nurses, doctors and teachers
of whom more than 60 per cent, ares-
volunteers, and has toiled successfully
to Improve the   eanltary,   economic,.
: intellectual and moral sides of    the
I lives of those among whom he works.
Ladder i He has undergone   many   hardsnipB,,
j but has apparently found more than
his reward, according to his own idea,
j in the Joy of doing the work, and oC
(living.the hard clean llie ot the coast.
S,*-'.      |    Dr. Grenfell's opening remarks wer��
devoted  to emphasising    that    thera
departments ' was something more Jn life than get-
' ting hold of money.    "Ihe value of
life is wbat we do with it.    We caa
keep nothing of   what -we   can   get
here.   Ihe re.i] end of life is Its use.""
In his view everybody 13 a   missionary of some sort of else nothing.   The
_    Straw ��������
present cqalp- real religion that taught him to ssve
! The police ani Gre
are at last going to be granted the up
to-date appliances ihat they ha.e
been asking for so long. Included 1:;
the estimates for the year ls an appropriation of 113,500 for   an    aerial
ttck t<�� t-tw hto department.  i��ttgiou tb��t taui
a~b *W Cfcler"Watson point,  owi* bouV wa* *
300
enced today by the magistrate sitting
in the West London police court, to
two months' imprisonment at hard
la dor on a charge of window smash
ing. All the other women who engaged in the raid yesterday in tho
West li'nd of London received similar
sentences.
'the addition of hard labor to the
term of Imprisonment is a departure
on the :art of the magistrates and haa
caused dismay among the women.
Froni her cell In Old Bailey prison,
Mrs. Pankhurst urged the suffragettes
to bloodshed.
"it Is bound, to come," she said
"and the sooner the belter."
London newspapers today are bittei
In their denunciation of the tactics
employed by .the suffragettes. Tho
Times demands that the leaders be
prosecuted on charges of conspiracy
to break the law. This ls a felony
and punishable by from one
to seven years ln prison. The women
say they hope such action will come.
While the nWIitant suffragists were
vainly endeavoring to break through
the cordon of police about Parliament
square, last night, !i00 medical students organized a raid on the suffragette premises to pay them back in
their own voln.
Marching to the building occupied
by the Women's Press In Charing
Cross road, where there was a big display of suffragette literature, they
bombarded It with stones, smashing
all the windows to an accompaniment
of cheers from delighted spectators.
/.nother band attacked the International Suffragette shop in Adam
Btreet, the Strand, smashing a big
plate glass window and wrecking the
front of the building.
Notwithstanding the ��� watchfulness
of the police, ono suffragette succeeded In smashing half a dozen windows
ln government offices.
A woman chained herself to a treo
In Whitehall, and unable to remove
the chain, the police uprooted the tree
with the suffragette still attached, and
carried both to the police station.
Ihe aspect of the Btreets gave evidence of the extent to which the
suffragettes have terrorized London.
Many shops were closed and Bhutt:red
long before the usual time. Others
were boarded up.
Even In tho city, far from Parliament square, banks nnd other big
establishments were protected by
shutters and barricaded.
liberal administration makes business
better. This has drawn thousands tr>
the recalled candidate's standard, and
sympathy for him hns brought hundreds of women to his support who
were against him a year ago, according to Gill managers.
ed out that  with his    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1 ment he could not hope to cope with  othei1 peoples' souls.
! flre in anv tall building, and a ladder'    He told how he came to work
turn to work   to   Louisville   and La ' l'le r've^'    ! "e, ^nir^' ��*ecutive en-1 ,ruck       ��� essentlll   ln   such   caSe3.   the coast, how on liis flrst visit
Fayette tomorrow, and   nearly    1000 i-J^ed th? resolution to be forwarded ;���lg dcn,and hag nnw been ���,an;eJ     'round
men will return to work in the north-,t0 Ottawa.
^^^^^ Another   resolution   from   Langley
for which endorsaticn was asked, was
a request that the Dominion government take steps to have the Fraser
river dredged near the landing at
Fort Langley where a snnd bar has
formed. This was referred back by
the  central  executive as  being    too
ern fields within ten days.
Drowr.ed in Shallows. ^^^
Seattle, March 5.���Lying in less
than four feet of water, the body of
Carl Shaw, JO. was found in Union
bay. The youth had been out rowing,
and lt is  belie ed he fell overboard j
His demand has now been granlel.
The pollce too are {retting what "they
want, with the exception   of   a nc-.v'L^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
station  altogether.��   Fifteen ^hundred  did not believe in stopping at the heal-
dollars will te spent on an alarm and  lng of the body.   The real man   wa*
one
^_^^_^_^^__     he
more than 1000 patients,    and
simply could not leave them without
healing them.    But as a. surgeon he
EOOD PRICES SOAR
IN GREAT BRITAIN
during a convulsion, an ailment from
v>hich he had been suffering.
Kancas' Oldest Man.
Worden, Kan., March 5.���At the age
of 101 years, John Gllllland died here
today. He was credited with being
tbe oldest man in Kansas. Actively
| engaged in farming until a , few
months ago, he attributed his long
life to plenty of exercise and fresh
air.
Many Necessities of Life Are Already
Beyond thc Reach of London's
Poor.
London, March 5.���At a meeting of
the general council of the miners'
organization today that body declined
an offer from the   railway employees'
Sentenced for Life.
Chicago, March 6.���Life Imprisonment for George "Towhead" Rabenau.
and 25 years In tht penitentiary for
John Stacey and William R. Channell,
found guilty of the murder last December of Mrs. Edmund Kaufman,
was the verdict today of the jury.
local and a suggestion was made that
the whole river alon % Langley municipality waterfront be included to the
resolution.
At the conclusion of the speaking,
in which reference was made to the
record of the McBride government In
the past and the policy as laid down
for the future the convention closed
with cheers for the Conservative government and Mr. MacKenzie.
I patrol system with four boxes, and an
automatic register in the station. This
j will allow the constables to kee.i In
touch with headquarters without having to use private phones, and will en
Inside. In healing there was an opportunity to get down through the body
to the real man.
Of the people of Newfoundland andf.
Labrador the doctor spoxe with affee-
Runaway Was Fatal.
Dallas, Ore., March 6.���P. A. Odom,
formerly chief of police, is tiead, and
Joe Trent, a farmer, is seriously in-
union to call a sympathetic strike on I Ju7edas"a ������u""of' a   ru'iuTa^   of
all      na 11 ivi'i    I a 'Plui      BI-**} I/a      In-wlnl'a      cj U-       *
I a team of horses.   The animals dash-
. ed into a curb, hurling the occupants
of the wagon into the street.   Odom
Value of Rain.
Los .Angeles, March B.���Conservative estimates today by produce exchange experts fix values of the last
two days' rain at |30,000,000. The
rains Irive been yeneral from San
Luis Obispo to the Mexican line, and
crors ln every section have been
saved. Pasadena nnd Los Angeles
rerdstored the heaviest fsll yesterday,
".70 Inches and 2.02 Inches, respectively.
all railroads. The Btrike leaders asserted that they wished to win the
strike on its merits and without outside aid.
The deadlock showed no signs of a
break today, l'he Scottish and Welsh
coal owners- met, respectively at Glasgow and Cardiff, and it was announced
subsequently that they remained unalterably opposed to the demands of
the miners. A general meeting of the
owners is summoned to be held ln
London tomonow.
London, March 5.���Unless a settlement of the tliifereaces between tho
coal operators aud their million employees ls effected within 48 hours,
thousands of persona to London will
face starvation. This was the admission forthcoming today trom the home
office, and Premier Asquith again today appealed to the miners and operators to an effort to secure concessions
from both sides.
Prices of food sre soaring, and already many necessities are beyond
the reach of the city's poor. The
abandonment of freight schedules has
curtailed London's supply of milk, and'
a milk famine ls Imminent. Fresh
meat is scarce, and the supply of s?lt
and smoked meat and canned goods
is rapidly diminishing. The stock of
flour is dwindling, and with the rail-
reads unable to secure sufficient coal
to stoke their engines, a bread famine
is certain unless conditions aro immediately relieved.
"Little Mlss Flx-lt."
The popularity of the coming- show
at the opera house, the flrst since 'Mr.
Harry Tidy assumed management, is
attested by the fact that half the seats
were sold yesterday. It Is apparent
that those who would see this excellent show on Thursday night had better lose no time in securing tickets.
WAS BENEFICIARY
OF ROTHSCHILD'S
London, March 5.���William Tibbitts,
who was arrested last night on the
charge of having attempted to murder
Leopold Rothschild by firing three
shots at him, was given a hearing today and remanded ior a week to be
examined mentally.
Tibbitts is described as a manufacturer's agent. He is 30 years old and
has been known to the Rothschild
family since childhood. He has been
assisted by them on many occasions.
able them L> police the whole city to! tlon and admiration. They were a.
an intelligent manner. An equallv I virile people, like all the people of the
Important purchase is the patrol. north, and deeply imbued with the
wagon find* ambulance which will cost genius of the sea. Their livtog de-
in the neighborhood of $3000. The pended on one industry alone, the fish-
patrol wagpn serves two purposes, lt. 'ng. If that failed they had no other
enables the officers to be transported,, resource. He looked, however, for. an.
ranidly to any part of the city where'! improved future.   The country   meas-
thelr services may be required, and
also provides them with a means of
bringing prisoners, refractory, helpless or otherwise, to the station without trouble.
was Instantly killed.    He Ib survived
by a widow and flve children.
Graduate Nurses' Association.
In the board of school trustee's
building, Mon.'.ay afternoon, the graduate nurses of the city met in Mlss
Wright's office to organize a Graduate
Nurses' association. Miss Wr.ght was
asked lo take the chair. She explained the object of the meeting and outlined the plan of procedure. Office
bearers were appointed as follows:
Miss Wright, president; Miss Sclater,
vice-president, and MIbb Gray, secretary-treasurer. The meetings of the
society will be held ln the nurses' residence of the Royal Columbian hospital
on the second Friday of each month,
at 3 p.m. It is hoped that the graduate nurses of the city will join the association and attend the meetings.
"Registration" will be the flrst business discussed. The flrst regular
mwting will be held in the nurses'
residence of the Royal Columbian hospital on Friday, March 8.
Five Burned to Death.
Leaver, Pa.. March 5.���Five persons
were burned to death today when a
boarding house at Koppel, Pa., near
here, was destroyed by flre. The dead
Include the landloard.. his wife and
three children. Two other children
weie saved by boardeis who threw
them from the second storey windows
in the arms of persons on tbe street.
PRESIDENT MAY LEAD
MEXICAN TROOPS
Urges Loyalists to Rally to His Support in Meeting Advance of
Orozco's Army.
Canada Looks Good.
London,, March 6.���A Canadian emigrant agency at Whitehall displayed
a notice in Its window during last
night's suffragette riots as follows:
"The Passover���We are busy sending
people where wbmen have Votes.
Avenging angels please pass *,vt*r"
Either ^accidentally or designedly
these windows remained unbroken
amid tho welter of smashed store and
office fronts.
World's Sculling Championship.
Toronto, March   6.���Eddie   Durnan
ls negotiating wltb   the    exhibition
authorities wltb a view to bavlng   a
world's championship   sculling   com-
El Paso. Texas, March 5.���General
Pascal Orozco, now commander ln
chief of the revolutionary forces, and i P_._��.,, ,��� . ��,,__,__:��u,i __��-__   t���.-
President Francisco I   Madero  at the ��� Grenfe11 ,lB a ""Won and not a clergy
rresiaent rTancisco i. Maaero, ai in* , man_ and thn mori1���nl ���,,,��� nl hlo ���.���_,,
ured 400,000 square miles, and he be
lieved that some day there would be
3,000,000 reindeer feeding over it in
domestic herds.   Tbe fur-bearing animals could be conserved, and the timber used, while It was more than possible that gold and  silver would he-
found.   At present, unhappily, the cod,.
herring and salmon fisheries were decreasing in value.
Dr. Grenfell illustrated his remarks,,
which were continually lit with flashes
of simple humor, with a series oC
beautiful slides, showing the glories
bf the northern sunsets, the splendors
of the rugged coast, and the weird
grace of the threatening icebergs^
The pictures also showed tho lives ot'
the inhabitants, and the work ot tho
hospitals, and various institutions
founded by himself. His own work.
was very varied, and he said that hf*
boat acted as hospital, law court and
post office all to one, witb a thousand
other little   duties   thrown   to.   Dr.
head of the Mexican federal troops,
will most likely decide the fate of
Mexico in a battle to be fought in the
capital within tbe next.ten days.
j man, and tbe medical side of his work
| was prominent.   Ho   was   sometimes
asked, he said, what the people bad
done before he got there.   "Well," he
answered, "they always say   on   tbe
cam*
Jubilant over  hls decisive  victory I ^^ thftt beforB w0   iocU>n
2vf ^Mura,K ^ancl8=0Jll,a ��n c,u; | they used to die a natural death. Now
dad.   Chihuahua,   yesterday,   General  W6 h       that we QB,   poslpoue mat
Orozco, whose army is now swelled to  hanpy event " V
3000 men, announced today ibat   hei   Atoon^ th; activities of   tfio-
would   leave   Friday   for   a   march I doctor ,* a 8aw ^      w
petition off tbe exhibition yrounds for J against Mexico dty; Thai"Madero will I T^e L&t hkd ^^ta^ilES
a purse of |2500. and Durnan wl.l! personally assume charge of the ] EemsXs7ecLf S�� owing tl
back himself to j��y amount   Fully, capital's defence is Indicated to a por-1 l?en?8e,ve8 aeceni  *W����. owing   ut*
20,000 people would view a race of
one and a half miles wltb a turn from
the lake front at the exhibition
grounds.
May Renew Romanes.
San Difgo,   Cal.,   March 6.-���Local
gossips ,it*e, Speculating pn tbe significance of jthe fact that tbe Vanderbilt j immediately
party, now at Pasadena, is soon to be
at Coronado, and that Miss Eleanor
Sears, the Boston heiress, is already
there. Some l.'islst that the recent
.romance started between Mlss Sears
and Reginald Vanderbilt is to be renewed at Coronado. 'Miss Sears has
nothing to say on the subject, however.
Mr, and Mrs. .T. M. McDonald ."'id
family have arrived home from Southern California.
Further Remanded.
Los Angeles, March 5.���Charles
Dean appeared In court for extradition
nrocecillngs again today. Further evidence was taken, and he was remanded for ? further period. He will com?
up fc- hearing again on the 13th of
tbls month.
tion of his manifesto, Issued yesterday, urging all loyai Mexicans to enlist, which reads:
"I know how to fall at the post of
duty."
General Orozco has announced that
if he succeeds in wresting Mexico
City from Madero's control, he will
proclaim himself provisional president. Advices from the
capital say tbat Madero Is greatly concerned over Orozco's threat, and today
ls pressing every available man into
service.
General Orozco today appears to
have the situation ln Ciudad, Chihuahua, well in hand. Guards have been
stationed along the principal streets
to prevent looting, and all stores re-
[opened today for business.- The peo>
plb are jubilant over existing conditions.
DusInesB men snd ranchers of the
state, it was learned today, have subscribed ST.000,000 for General Oro'co.
s^ith which to finance the Mexico City
campaign.
the high price of lumber. The starting of this saw mill was Dr. Grenfe.l a
practical way of solving this combined hygienic and economic problem.
. At tbe close of the address Rev. Mr.
Brown, who also Introduced the
speaker, tendered blm the thanks of
ths audience, and Bishop de Penciee
gave tbe blessing. --"
DECLARE TEACHER8
SHOULD BE  MARRIEtT
Los Angeles, March 5.���-Basing their
arguments on the theory that mothers,
should know more about children
than unmarried women, matrons or'
Los Angeles are today planning' at
campaign against tbe law that prohibits married women from teaching'
to schools. They declare tlmt (hie to^v
*whlehT forbids woman to realize hee
economic value because she his become a better citizen by raorrvin^ p��v|
establishing a home, is b&Sed on fsfre-
loeie. Ihe worVenr are- t<emandtoB;
I support omens business men;
; PAOBTWO ^X
4. JTHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1012.    ���
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WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
know that I am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
In tbe city and will delive. either
pasteurized milk or cream to any
part of the city or district. Milk,
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monds.    Address W. Owens, Box 41
' Daily News office.
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No more nervousness���no more weak
spells���no more Headaches or Backaches
���no more Iliducy or filail tier Trouble���
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completely cure���every trace of these
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Tort Dupi-erin, N.S.
"I was troubled wi.h LLlncy Dbcnse
for several ycurs. My back was weak.
I had tcrr.blc headaches, aud was so
restless t'.ir.t I cov.M not sleep at eight.
At last a friend told r.ic abor.t Cin Ms.
I, at once, got a box end after taking
them, I felt better���after taking three
boxes, I was cured.
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won't supply you, send un the regular
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���and we will forward Gin Ti'.ls by
return mail. Money refunded if Cin
Pills fail to give satisfaction. Sample
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SUFFRAGETTE RIOTS
RESUMED IN LONDON
Use Hammers and Stones In Demolishing Windows In Knirjhtsbridgc
and Brompton.
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suitable for three or four gentlemen
friends, with or without board. Box
3 News office.
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unfurnished, housekeeping apart
ments; steam heated; hot and cold
water. Apply room 9, K. of P. hall,
corner Agnes dnd Eighth streets.
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706   Columbia   Street.
City Property and Farm Lands.
EDMONDS���On Sixth Avenue, D. L.
63, 132x132; corner and on lane,
$1000;  $500 cash.
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.
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Phone 475 and we will collect, free of
charge.
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EDMONDS���On Henry street, near
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to Kdmonds road cftr. $6&0 oacV,
one-tiuarter cash, balance monthly.
Competition for new University
buildings to be erected at Point Grey,
near Vancouver, British Columbia.
The Government of British Colum
bia invite competitive plans for the
general scheme and design for the
proposed new University, together
with more detailed plans for the buildings to be erected first at an estimated cost of $1,500,000.
Prizes of $10,000 will be given for
the most successful designs submitted.
Particulars of the competition and
plan of site may be obtained on request from the undersigned.
The designs to be sent in by July 31,
1912, addressed to
THE   MINISTER OF  EDUCATION.
Parliament   BulAdlngs,
Victoria, British Columbia.
London, March 5���The suffragettes
started operations again early yester-
uay. A small band of tnein, armed
with hammers and stones, went
.tnrough the Knightsbiidge and
Brompton Road district in the west
end ot LOftdon,' breaking plate-glass
windows of the big drygoods stores
situated in that neighborhood.
As usual, owing to the disturbance
being unexpected the police on duty
in the district were unable to cope
with the suffragettes who were distributed over a wide area.
The storekeepers and their employees were compelled to do sentry
duty in front of their premises, but in
many cases were unable to keep the
women from doing damage. A detachment of mounted police was the
tirst reinforcement to arrive on the
scene. One of them Immediately was
dragged from his horse by exclt/J
women. In one store alone damage to
tho extent of $1250 was done. Thirty
women were arrested.
The windows of the Marquis of
Crewe's and the Lord Chancellor's
residences were smashed with hammers during the suffragette raid.
Ellen Pltfleld, the suffragette who
attempted to set fire to the general
postofflce of London last evening, wa9
committed today by a magistrate for
ttial at the Old Bailey sessions.
lhe suffragettes sentenced at Old
Bailey last week have ma:lo life mis-
erable for the jail guards.   Scores of  ?���\cfktnJL? L^"^.!^!���' ^rewJiln?'
windows .have betn smashed and bed
untiriifg appeals for Justice and fair
play lu the treatment of the poor���
appeals which began ln the flrst chapter of "fickwic*," and ended only
with the broken thread of "Edwin
Drood"���forced men to a consciousness of the "common people".** probably no words of any other novelist
have ever done.
All this should have been counted
in as DIcken's service in the cause of
social reform. But mo;e is often
claimed for him than the historian
will allow. For when all is said, lt
cannot be held, as, for example, Mr.
Pugh, ln his "Charles Dickens, the
Apostle of the People," would lead us
to believe, that Dickens was a prophet crying out alone In a world of
brutal and careless indifference, or
that until he depicted the treatment
of the debtors ln the Fleet and the
Marshalsea Prisons, the children In
workhouse and factory, the orphan
waifs and the friendless, the poor had
no champions against oppression and
unjust treatment.
Child Labor Laws.
The facts ln regard to child-labor ln
factories were known to many as far
back as 1791); and ln 1802���ten years
before Dickens was born���the flrst
Sir Robert Peel, himself a manufacturer, carried through an act of parliament to compel employees to clothe
feed, and educate properly all their
child workers, and to abolish night
work. This act first Introduced the
principle of factory inspection. In
1819 another bill was passed making
lt illegal for any child under nine
years old to be employed ln a cotton
factory. A further act on the Bame
lines was passed in 1825, and ln 1830
���eight years before "Oliver Twist"
was written���began the movement
which was ultimately to destroy the
whole of the vile child slavery which
for a hundred years had disgraced our
manufactories, our coal mines, and
our agricultural districts, the move
ment with which Lord Shaftesbury's
name    is    pie-eminently   associated.
=n
ithing torn into shreds.    The worn
cn make the nights hideous by bang
self heart and soul into this movement; and by his sympathetic insight
and his genius, and the power of that
ng dlshpans and   singing   the   Mar-  senlus at ouse the Interest ofa public
.-eil'alse at all hours of the day and
night
which    a   hundred   Lord    Shaftburys
could not have reached, he helped to
Late this afternoon a woman with stimulate and to educate publlc opin-
a hammer concealed in a muff smash- K>n to a deeper appreciation of the
ed seven windows in the House of duties of society toward our Oliver
Lords before she' was overpowered. Twists, our Hob the Grinders, and our
Fearing another attack tonight, fol- I'oor J��s- and did yeoman service to
lowing a suffragette meeting, 6000 ���the children's cause. But he repre-
police are detailed in Parliament (��ented one wing only of aa army al
Square to preserve order.
DICKENS   AND    SOCIAL   REFORM.
EDMONDS���Between city limits and
station, in D. L. 29; corner,
132x122; stumps mostly shot; $1350,
one-third cash.
SURREY FARMS���On B. C. Electric
eight miles out in Surrey, at $100 an
acre, is the cheapest land In B. C.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
NOTICE!
To whom it may concern: Take notice hereafter I will not be responsible for any f'ebts made by Mrs.
lihoda McKamey.
T. R. McKAMEY,
Dewdney, B. C.
CORPORATION OF BURNABY.
Notice.
The statutory meeting of the Board
of License Commissioners will be
held iu the Municipal Hall on Wed
nesday, March 13, inst., at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon.
ARUTJU'R G. MOORE, Clerk.
Edmonds, B.C., March 2, 1912.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ready in the field. He wrote���but It
was Lord Shaftesbury, Chadwick,
Southwood Smith, and hundreds ot
other devoted men and women who
London Times Discusses Great Novel-' spend the best years of their HveB In
ist's Attitude to Politics. [continuous strife against the innumer-
"I have found it curious and inter- able nnd. "s il seemed, all-po.verful
esting, looking over the sheets of this nested interests which were arrayed
reprint to mark what important social on the side of degradation and slow
improvements have taken place about murder of the children of the poor���
us, almost Imperceptibly, since they who did the constructive work which
were originally written. The license enabled the movement gradually to at-
of counsel and  the decree to which   tain jts object.
juries ate ingeniously bewildered, are ] II la- o{ course, held by social re-
yet susceptible of moderation; while fo>mers that, so tar as the Factory
an Improvement In the mode of con- Act" we concerned, this work, noble
ducting parliamentary elections land as ll was m intention, has been more
even larliament too, perhaps) is still harmful than beneficial in result, be-
within the bounds of possibility. But cuuse 'hose acts, and the principles
legal reform has pared the claws of on whicli they were basedr-siate in-
Messrs. Dodson and Fogg; a spirit of invention between employer and em-
self-respect, mutual forbearance, edu-: Ployed���have been the beginning of a
cation, and co-o-cration for such good s>'stera of state interference which
ends, has diffused itself among their wl" ieduce to a vanishing point the
clerks; places far apart are brought "dependence and self-reliance of the
together, to the present convenience industrial classes of this country, and
and alvantage of the public, and to undermine the foundation on which
the certain destruction, in time, of a rests our strength as a democratic
host of petty Jealousies, blindness, community. Dickens has been accus-
and prejudices, by which the public ed of helping on this movement by
alone have always been the sufferers; encouraging sentimentallsm, and de-
the laws rebtlng to imprisonment for fending the "hard cases vvihch make
debt are altered, ar.d the Fleet Prison   bad law."    This is not the place or
CITY  OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
���undersigned up till noon on Friday,
March 8, for the position of pound
keeper,
GEORGE T. BRADSHAW,
Chief of Police
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence of the rapidly Increasing volume of business, it ls ordered by the council that in future no
applications, will be considered by tho
Hoard of Works unless such applications are received seven days before
tho date of meeting on February the
19th inst., and on every alternate Mon-
���day thereafter,
AIITHUR 0, MOORE.
Cleric
Edmonds, B. C, Feb. 12, 1012.
LAND   RECISTRY   ACT.
Mc lots 43, Vt, -IT, 48, 57, 58 and Gl
ve. 1;:!, 64, 66 of lots 8 anl 11 Suburban Block 13, in tlie City of New
-Westminster.
���Whereas rroof of the los3 of Certlfl
vate of Title Number M56F, 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 lirst publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster i^sue a
(duplicate of the said Certificate un
���less in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
W.  S.  KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles
Land  Registry Office, Xew Westmin
ster, B. C. Feb. 16. 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY
J. C. REID
LAND   REGISTRY  EXPERT
Titles    Examined,   Land Registry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
Tenders   for   Paving.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 p. m. on March 11,
1912, for the paving of about 1800
square yards on Alexander street with
Granite Setts.
Plans and specifications may be obtained from the City Engineer.
Tenders must be accompanied by a
cheque for 5 per cent of the amount
of the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,   '
City Clerk.
City Hall, March 2, 1912.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
Sealed tenders for the construction
and completion of the proposed Surrey Municipal Hall, to be erectel at
Cloverdale, B.C., will be received by
the nndersiicned up to noon of March
15, 1012. Each tender must be accompanied by certified cheque equal
to 2 per cent, of the amount of
tender.
Plans and specifications may be-
seen at the office of the Municipal
Clerk, at Cloverdale, and at my office,
.Sixth and Clarkson Street, Mew West
minster. Lowest or any tender nol
necessarily accepted,
C. II. CLOW, Architect.
Is pulled down!
time to discuss the ruth of the lais-
"Who knows, but by the time the sez falre doctrine. But it may surely
series leaches Its conclusion, it may be said that, even if the results of
be discovered that there are even mag- the humanitarianism which led the
istrates in town and country, who legislature to protect the children,
should be taught to shake hands and finally to place upon public au-
every day with Commonsense and thorities the responsibility of their
Justice; that even Poor Laws may education and care in other directions,
have mercy on the weak, the aged, have been economically doubtful,
and unfortunate; that schools, on the there can be only one opinion as to
broad principles of Christianity, are the serive rendered by Dickens'broad
the best adornment for the length and appeal to humanity. It Is by the di-
breadth of this civilized land; that rectness, the force, and the compre-
prlson dcors should be barred on the j henslveness of that appeal, and its
outside, no less heavily and carefully success ln touching the hearts of peo-
than they are barred within; that the i pie ignorant of poor men's sufferings
universal diffusion of common means iand the injustice endured by the great
of decency and health is as much the i majority, that Dickens has earned
right of the poorest of the poor, as ' the title of social reformer. A worker
it is indispensable to the safety of the ' for social reform, however devoted
rich, and of the state; that a fe.v pet- ' and great hearted, ploughs but a flirty boards and bodies���less than drops row here and there in the wasteland.
in the great ocean of humanity, which ! The great writer, on the other hand,
roars around them���are not for ever ! may appear only to touch the surface
to let loose fever and consumption on of things, but his work covers a wide
God's creatures at their will, or al- expanse. He stimulates those at
ways to keep tlieir jobbing little fid- I work, and ls an Inspiration to others
dies going, for a Dance of Death."��� ready to work, who had not hitherto
Preface   to   "The   Pickwick   Papers,   known of all that needed doing.
The English-speaking world hasnow ATTEMPT IS MADE
celebrated the centenary   of the birth TO  SHOOT ROTHSCHILD
Of Chailcs Dickens, and the hearts of 	
hundreds pf thousands are full of ten- London, March 5.���An attempt to
>icr remembrances of the master's shoot Leor.old Rothschild was male
Moreover, this is a time when i by a man as  Mr.   Rothschild  was en-
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social reform is a matter or almost
[universal concern. it- |g a moment,
1 he ro fore, whon the much vexed question so often raised and so variously
answered: What has Dickens done
for social reform? mav be with ad-
'���nntage the subject, of a little reflection.
Took    Himself  Seriously.
That  Dickons took   himself serious-
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tei lng a motor car ln front of the
bunk in St. Swithins lane. Mr. Rothschild vvas not hit.
Tho nun apparently had been
awaiting for a chance to murder Mr.
Rothschild. As soon aa he saw the
banker he whipped out a revolver and
Hied three times. A detective standing on the opposite side to the lane
was struck  in  the   mouth, neclc  and
Here are the new
Soring Overcoats
y as a social reformer is well known,  chest  and  the  windows of the auto-
moblle were smashed.
was arrested.
Th? assailant
The Careful Valentine.
There ls a young man In this town
who likes the ladles, but who doesn't
wish to be captured. Consequently
bis attentions are rather timorous. He
went to a poetical friend recently and
ON GHONG GO.
Mcr'ant Tailors
24 Mclnnis St., City.
though i�� is more than doubtful
whether he ever committed the heinous offence of deliberately subordinating his art for this purpose. Never-
theless, in book after book, social
abuses are pitchforked, held up to
ridicule or loathing, and turned this
way and that, until the dullest understanding could not. fall to see them
for what they were In Dickens' eyes, spoke thusly:
01 to execrate and detest them with ��� "Sav, old man, you are something
BJI hls heart and soul. That. w?s Dick-1 of a poet."
"What of it?"
"1 want you to help me get up a
valentine for a young lady."
"What do you want to say?"
"Well, I want to say something sort
of tender, don't you know, but at the
same time I don't want to commit
myself, unilerHtand?"
"But you don't want a poet to draw
ms' well-known method���ridicule, satire, denunciation, exposure, in short
destruction Of evil for good to come'
It was effective. Ills endless satire
upon legal procedure Itl and out of
the courts; hls exposure of tbo vile-
,nesa of Bumbledon, Sairey Damp and
j her  like,   and   tho  evils  of  the   parochial administration of that time; not
I to mention tho campaign against hy-   up your"Valentine.   What Vou want is
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Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
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701 Front Street
New  stock  of fancy  Woollen  Suitings.    Prices'low;  flt guaranteed.
D. McAulay
Tel. 761.
Westmi mtar
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone  185.      Barn  Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city. 1
Light and Heavy Hail it#g
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CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It Is tha stuff that tha roun
datlons of wealth and happiness ar* built of.
Money may be used In two #aya; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed In tha future.   Money cannot be Invested untll lt Is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, (2.000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street,
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
After a most Bensational career,
Ernest Terah Hooley has been sent
to jail for a year. The hounils of
the law have closed with him at last,
and the most daring promoter of the
age is a convict. In the course of hla
brief, but spectacular, career Hooley
made in the neighborhood of $40,000,-
000 for himself and his friends. In a
single coup lasting three days he
made a profit of $10,000,000, but a
year later he was a bankrupt with
liabilities of $5,000,000, and with few
assets.    After a long trial he was ac-
   quitted,   and  disappeared   from   view
    for some years.    He was next heard
619 Hamilton St. of as an emP'��yee of the Czar of Rus-
1 sla, for whom he was to work a
great tract of Siberian property, suppose.! to contain gold. In 1904 he
was arrested on a charge of swindling an English merchant by the sale
of shares in these gold mines. Again
Hooley escaped, though his partner
was sent to prison. Once more he
was prosecuted in connection with
the sale of some Canadian mining
stock. He was not convicted, however. The offence foa. which he was
finally laid b.v the heeis seems a Bmall
one compared with some of the
schemes in which he was involved. He
merely sold property to a man and
told him lt was unencumbered, when
as a matter of tact there was a mort
gage against it. The amount of money
involved was only a few huniVed
pounds.
Titled Guinea Pigs.
Hcoiey has always maintained, anil
there are many who believe him, thai
he never engaged In a crooXed dear
in his life, he declares that tae reason, he is noiv ; unished is that he exposed several menxof titie, who have
pursued him eier since. At the time
���fit his failure, l.ooley said that he
was forced into bankruptcy because
he would not submit to blackmail and
the extortions of lawyers. Whether
his misfortunes are due to the machinations of his titled "guinea pigs"
is a question, but certainly they had
a double reason for hating him. The
flrst reason is that he befriended
them, paying them handsomely for
some rather dishonorable business
they transacted for Hooley, such as
introducing him to friends who had
money to invest, and serving as noble
figureheads on the companies he promote;!. The second reason was that
Hooley exposed them later on, toid
what ho had paid each of them, and
brought down on them a greater
storm of public disapproval than was
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Ten Million In Three Days.
Hooley Ib the son of a Nottingham
lace manufacturer, and as a youth
was ln the lace business in a small
way. When his father died he was
made master of $175,000, and went at
once into stock broking. He showed
good Judgment and attracted a number of wealthy clients. Hooley boasted that he made $100,000 the flrst
year he was In the broking business
and that Bince he was 21 years old
his income never fell below $15,000.
After making quite a name for himself in Nottingham he moved to London in 1895, and as a biographer says
the "paint was hardly dry on his offices" when he put through one of
the greatest coups of his career. He
obtained from the Dunlop Pneumatic
Tire Company an option for one wee'
to buy the business for $10,000,000.
The bicycle boom then was almost at
ts height, and Hooley had no trouble
In convincing his friends ttat there
was a fortune to be mnde in the bi-
cyle tire business. So in two days he
exercised his option, and on the third
day sold the company to his asso
ciates for $20,000,000. Without putting up a shilling he had cleared $10,
How Hooley Worked.
When news of this   exploit   leaked
out     Hooley   was   famous.      People
Nocked to him, begging him to imeot
their money for them.    Shortly afterwards, a country newspaperman mentioned to Hooley that t,he BbvrUCQiu-
tany   waa   making   a   good   brand   bl
beet tea, and  that it ought to proVe
a   good   investment.     Hooley   bought
out  the company  for  $2,500,000, sold ���
it to his friends   next   for $5,000,000 j
and gave his newspaper friend a tip '
of  $250,000.    in order to supply  tub- ,1
ing to the bicycle   manufacturers   he
o;ganized  the  Swedish   Tubing  company,  and issued  $3.00,000  worth   of
stock  that was subscribed ten times
over.    Several other companies were
floated,  and  most of  them  not only
made huge profits for Hooley, but left
something for the Investors.    His favorite method  was to buy out some
established   an:! prosperous   concern,
enormously  Increase the capital  and
sell out.   In many cases his purchases
were bo good that he could take a
big nroflt and still leave the business
in a Found financial position.
The Sinking  Ship.
He had a tremendous following, and
had he not undertaken ventures ot
overwhelming magnitude, he might
nave built up the greatest fortune ot
thu day. W hen he undertook to raise
a 'oan of $80,uo0,000 lor China, and to
establish a monopoly ln the Australian mutton trade, his backers began
to leave him, and his collapse soon
followed, for even his great fortune
sank under the weight that was
placed on it when the public declined
lo ease him of his stock In several
large enterprises. His trial W3s sensational because of the revelations
concer !ug men-of title who had taken
pay fn in Hooley. It was said that he
had contributed lavishly to the Conservative campaign funds }n order to
secure a knighthood, but that either
Quee.i Victoria or Lord Salisbury vetoed tao f.cheme. While he had the
money he war a liberal supporter of
many chai.;ies, bu; when the crash
came he seemed to have hardly a
friend left in the world.
HARRY TIDY, Manager.
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March 7.
Not T at Kind of a Sinner.
A stor.v \% told of a certain clergyman whr. was fond of making sharp
remark,. One Christmas day, after
a fall ci snow, he was wending his
wpy along a country road In company
with a parishioner. His companion
suddenly steppe.l upon a hidden slide,
and came down wlth'a thud.
Looking gravely down at him the
pastor solemnly said:
"Ah. my friend, sinners stand on
slippery places."
"Yes, I see they do, but I can't,"
was the indignant rejoinder of the
fallen memu<=�� or his flock.���Tlt-Blts.
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ffHE DAILY NEWSL
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1912.
i'l
ine
News
A
t but AUiUiuueu  prodpe.ity. -   iheie U
such a thlnf, however, bb fair play.
Published by Th�� Dally Newa Publish
*m*% Company, Limited, at their* olll res,
of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
earner
Streeta
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1912.
A NEW VOICE.
Today the .Daily News appears un-
-der n��jrjmanagement.   A change   ln
the name [s    contemplated.     Briefly
stated, the change ln tho name, the
.addition ����f the word Westminster li
significant of the po!icy and thte tone
of the new paper.   The Westminster
Dally NOwb will be published In the
interests of New ; Westminster, and its
principal yt\vt] i,^iU be to promote   a
Jhearty   esprit   de corps   among   the
���citizens, to encourage local patriotism
^tnd a desire among all classes ln the
community to c6-0perate for tbe con*
mercial an(d ,industrial    advancement
���ot the city.    The future commercial
���history of New Westminster must, in
the nature of things, be a large part
���.of thc entire .history of the city, and
.any  undertaking which Is calculated
.to promote the growth and prosperity
of New  Westminster will    command
the service and support of this paper.
Steps are already being   taken   to
jirovide readers, with   an   augmented
.sews service, and before many   dayst
have passed this will be as complete
as possible. Special regard will always
be had to lowi news,   but   arrange-
.ments are uni'.er way to secure a complete  telegraph service,    whieh    will
put our readors In possession of the
news of the world up to    the   hour
when tbe paper goes to press.
Accuracy will, of   course,    be
Jirst    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
hright,  breezy  writing will    be    the
aim of our news writers.   In particu-! in
lar, we shall never weary of driving ' dozen years
home to the Intelligence of our read- j an
A third of the population of the province is to be found within ,our municipal boundaries, and to aay that
dlredly or Indirectly Vancouver contributes nearly half of the provincial
income is,  probably, not out of  the
way.
We are entitle;!, therefore, to look'
for some considerable return on provincial expenditure, and to criticize
uny arrangement which Is likely to
ignore our claims.
The constructlorT of the Canadian
Northern Railway was heralded as a
priceless boon from a Vancouver
point of view last election, but so
far the chief development which it
seems likely to encourage will be on
the leaser. We heartily welcome the
growing prosperity of our silater elty
of New Westminster, and while pointing out that the shifting of deep Eea
traffic from Burrard Inlet and English Bay to the Fraser, ls not entirely in the Interests of this city, we
hope we do so in no invidious way.
D? PRICES
���   CREAM^y/'.I�� %
BAKINGPOWOEe
Sixty Years
Stam
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strem
dthkkess*
A   REPUBLIC   IN   CHINA.
The closing of an unbroken historical epoch whose records stretch back
for more than three thousand years is
-  sufficiently solemn event in Itself,
Made from pure,
grape cream of tartar,
free from alum and
;phatic
FIVE LOTS near Eighth avenue,
all cleared; $300 each. One lot
wtth house $500. These lots can
be bought separately for one-
third cash, balance C, 12 and IS
months.
ABOUT EIGHT ACRES near
Chilliwack. The owner will take
city property for the same.
ONE LOT all cleared, with three
room house, on Fourth street,
for $1200; $500 cash, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
, U. my ,	
ONE LOT on Fifth street, close
to Seventh avenue, all cleared.
Price $1200; one-third cash, balance fi, 12 and 18 months.
McGILL & COON
Phone 1004.
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
acids.
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Rooma S and 6, B. C. Electric Railway  Depot.
ments, the reform of the magistracy,
^^H x . ,i .,   , ,i,      r    the establishment   of a  real   judicial
without taking account of what the ef-  ByBtein> ^ g�� 8���ppre88,on of J,he all.
of   bribe-giving   and
pervading   evil       ^^^^^^^^^^^
bribe-taking.
At the same time the inorganic nature of the Chinese political system
contains in itself a serious element of
danger, from the point of view of
China's relations to the powers. A
loose-jointed    republic    of    semi-inde-
feet, will be on the future   of China
and of the world, says the New York
Evening Post.   That the erection of a
Chinese   republic   will   react,   in   the
course of time, on affairs outside of
Asia, there can be little doubt.   The
significance of the revolution in China
is not so much that this ancient Em- 	
pire should hive changed from amon-  against foreign aggression. On the at
irohv to a republic, but thut it should   tltude of  the  powers the   immediate
,���i, romirknhle raDacity   Mute of Cllina largely depends.     In
have shown such remarkable capacity   ^ ^^ ^ chinese mU9t be giv.
for change at all.    We have been so ^n a chance t0 Bhow whlt they can
lon,r trained in the notion of the peo- $0    ^nd this does not mean merely
! nlaa of Asia as a negligible factor in that the powers must refrain from .1-
.,    ��� ,    ,      ���i���.i.���, r,t tho future reet plotting against the republic, or
the; the historical evolution of the future from 1plunglng ,nto a fuI.,0U8 game of
problem that confronts the new government and of the inevitable unrest
that attends a period of transition and
upbuilding. There will, in all probability, be local disorders; there may
i><3 danger to the lives of foreigners.
If the Powers hasten to take advantage of such disturbances to harass
the new republic, if they set out to
cripple the republic's finances by demands lor huge indemnities, the Chi-
SAPPERTON���Eight roomed house on Columbia street for $3500:
$2000 cash, balnnce to arrange.
LANGLEY PRAIRIE���Close to B. C. E. station, within flfty mlnutea'
ride of city���FORTY ACRES; thirty ready for plow, six slashed,
four standing alder; fenced. Wi/f*t acre; one-third cash, balance to arrange.
Exclusive Sales
���
pendent provinces Is not the best kind  nese republic may well go the way of
Persian   indepence  under  the  be-nell-
of   government   to   make    headway
reconcile
one's self to the meaning of events   forbearance on the
the Far East durlug the last hair-j eis    in recognition
Such talk as there wa3 '
consideration    of  our    editors: j that it is still   difficult   to   i��wav|���   land-grabbing.   There must be patient
part of the pow-
of the    immense
.- ������ ���  ,  _  awakening East always   set   out
���ers that it ls the duty of every loyal j from the principle that it would not
citizen to patronize local merchants, be a real awakening, but a sort of
having the assurance that goods can ������ galvanized activity for which the Eu-
toe purchased and are daily being! r��I,ean natlons v^e t0 Iurni8h ^he
�����ih  I-  kt����� m��� ,.���i    ����� u motive power.    China was to be led
sold in New Westminster as cheaply j along th"e ways of civUizatlon, catch-
as they can be bought in Vancouver j ing the reflex of political progress in
or elsewhere. ' tho Weet, but always waiting for the
In other \ta>rds, we are striving tbfWlmulAtlng impulse to come irom the
' West.    That   China   would   adopt   a
democratic form of government before
the weEt had become completely democratized   seemed   incredible.    That
would,  by  her example,  react
?give the citizens of New Westminster
a bright, intelligent, Enappy morning
paper, which will, be in keening with
cent supervision of Russia an.l Great
Britain.
Any prediction as to what China's
transition period will bring forth is
perilous. The republic may prosper
from the start. It may experience
the common interlude of military dictatorships and civil wah It may bring
a new monarchy. Chinese in nationality and constitutional ln form. But
the door seems to have been definitely closed on the past.
CROWN
Timber^&J^diryiMJo^
BRUNETTE   STREET,   SAPPERTON.
Lumber,   Mouldings.   Laths    and   Shingles
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
PROMPT   DELIVERY
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tho feelings of the people and a strong   China .
��n.oa. \- iv- '..^fcUAiLI _# ������.���,�� \uyon tbe progress ct democracy In tne
forcfc In. tte twrttertoc* ot WesUjilu-\ ^^    v,^   utterly   opposed  to  every
n*jt.x'a Interests.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
Following tho convention at Van-
-coiner last week, much interest attaches to tbe dueling tinder the auspices of 'local'* Liberals on Friday
night. Liv,ias.,,j*s ffe do, under a
political system of government by
party, the history of either party, il3
triumphs, its defeats, its vicissitudes,
is of keen interest to every citizen, irrespective altogether of personal
party affiliations or predilections.
The Liberal convention at Vancouver,
coming as ii ('iiJ, at an important
juncture in jdlitical affairs in the
province, and on tbe eve of a genera',
election, was r.n event on which in
formation from every source should
tie welcotnedi jBf<s\ ery citizen of New
Westminster who desires to take that
(intelligent 'interest In political affairs
���which no mafl nvay shirk without falling in the duty of accepting the full
responsibilities of citizenship.
It was to be expected that the Conservative press should make merry
���over the plentitude of planks in the
now Liberal program. The Conservative party is on the band wagon,
and on the band wagon merriment is
Jn place, but Just us health is a condition of activity,- so activity In the
two paramount : political parties la
symptomatic pf health in the state, In
the community, hi ro far as the proceedings at the provincial convention
-of the Liberal jar;y were evidence of
life, activity and aspiration within the
parly, ihey are to be commended
when re;',artl��d.frcm the broad, vigorous standpoint of independent citizen-
\ehip.
81c is a poor specimen of mankind,
the person who plays fast and loose
with both political parties; itnd as lt
3s with- the iudivi hia!, co is it wltb
tlie newspaper There is no finer
word in ��� the English language, no
nobler sentinfent in the human breast,
than Independence. The newspaper
that is hidebound, thirled to any political party, is only in very limited de-
jgree an organ of public opinion.
Tbe Westminster Daily News, as it
now   appears,   has   been    reborn   in I bought his office at Peklng~and  pro
compliance with the demand for inde-��� ('*p(letl t�� recompense himself at. the
pendent, untrammelcd,  unfettered ex- es^neo ���of  >!ls   subjects.      The   Im
Jpresslon of public opinion.
accepted conception regarding tUe
Impassible gult betwce.v Kast and
West. Yet the records of the*, next
few years may very well show a new
democratic mov ement in Russia, or
perhaps even In Germany, urged on
by the example of China.
And yet what the scholars know of
Oriental history and thc rise and fall
of Asiatic dynasties might have made
tlie recent trend of events in tbe Far
Last more comprehensible, if it wero
not for the specious journalistic formulas of the Rudyard Kipling type,
'ihe fall of the Manchus was so easily
accomplished because the Chinese
tarone, like tho ancient Asiatic monarchies, stood apart from the national
life and held its placcvby mere inertia. Tbe peoples of The East have
seen dyna3tic3 come and go with Indifference, have even at times welcomed the foreign conqueror, because
the tradition of Oilental monarchy has
been to seclude Itself from the crowd,
to resolve itself simply into a tribute-
collecting organ, with little concern
for the way in which the masses were
governed or were not governed so
long as no uprising^ against the tax-
collector occurred. Opposed to this
historical fact was the historical the-
; ory which in China, 'at least, has al-
: ways been recognized, that the monarch is the servant of the people and
that misgovernment may in itself constitute a default of the ruler's title. It
vvas inertia that held this theory in
'abeyance. Once the people is aroused
1 to a sense of its wrongB, the weakness of the throne stands levealed.
1 Under the old regime it was the policy
at Peking to play off one semi-independent viceroy and province against
another. When the provinces Joined
hands against Peking, the throne was
In no position to resist.
It is the loose-jointed, decentralized
system which obtained under the
monarch}, that supplies China with
one of ber principal Qualifications for
a republican form of government, and
especially for the scheme of a federative republic such as the revolutionists are reported to have drawn up, If
China bad been a highly centralized
despotism like Russia, cne can see
bow the abrupt attempt to substitute
a self-governing republic might easily
come to grief. But every one of the
eighteen Chinese provinces has had
im memorial training in self-government, to Ihe extent that it has learned t:> look to Peking for little and to
Its own provincial capital for nearly
everything. That the provincial administrations have been Ineffcient and
, corrupt is beside'the question. That
! wns the Inevitable result of the old
Oriental Bystem by which a Viceroy
his office at Pekfne
' cecded     	
expense of his
jPortjint fact Is that the new
It's Nice to
Have a Home
Of Your Own
HOUSES
A REAL LITTLE HOME.
New flve roomed cottage;
thoroughly modem; piped for
furnace; paneled dining room,
etc.; one and one-half blocks to
Twelfth street car line. Price
only J26C0; terms $500 cash,
balance over tnree years.
A  REVENUE   PRODUCER.
New six loomed house, thoroughly modern; b?.sement, etc.;
magnificent view of river. Price
$2000. Terms: One-quarter
cash, balance over two yeais.
This house rents easily for $25
per month.
BEAUTIFULLY   FINISHED.
New seven roomed house,
modern, with large sleeping
porch, full sized basement, cement floor, etc. Laundry tubs
and toilet In basement; beame:!
ceiling and panelled walls in
dining room and den; house
beautifully finished, flre place,
furnace, etc.; one block to car
and school. Price only $1700;
terms $1500 cash, balance easy.
NEW HOUSE.
New seven roomed modern
house, one block to car; basement, cement walks, etc. Piped
for furnace. I'rice $3800; t;-rmi
easy,
ON BIG SIZED LOT.
Fine seven roomt d bouse,
modern, basement, etc.; parlor,
dining room and hall flnisir'.l in
burnt work; magnificent view;
situated on Fourth avenue, near
Kighth street, facing the river.
Lot is 82 by 148% feet, clears I
and in lawn. Price $6600': iTmt
one-quarter cash, balance over
four years.
Study These
Terms.    They
Are Easy
City Lots
Always
Sell Well
LOTS
My advice in the past has always
been good. Today it is as good as
ever when I tell you, friend, to put
your money in New Westminster.
Just take stock of the big men of
this city. They all made their money
here and they are putting their money right back in this same town.
They know a good thing is good for
all time.
My advice is good���I am repeating
my statement���and when you follow
it and invest in one of these houses or
lots, you take a long stride on the
road .to prosperity.
ONLY 575 CASH NEEDED.
Let on Tenth avenue, between
Tenth and I'.enley streets. High
and dry. Size 50 by 132 feet, to
20-foot lane. Price $900; only
$75 cash, balance $25 per
month.
TERMS OVER TWO YEARS.
Corner lot, Dublin and Eighth
streets; she 66 by 100 feet.
Price $1000; $250 cash, balance
Six, twelve, eighteen and
twenty-four months.
RESIDENTIAL DI8TRICT
PROPERTY.
Lot on Fourth street, near
Fifth avenue, size 5P/2 by 148'/j
feet, cleared and fenced. Price
$1600; terms, one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.
THIS IS A GOOD BUY.
Lot on Fourth avenue, near
Eighth street, cleat:', Price
$lf,80; terms, one-quarter cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen months.
WITH  BEAUTIFUL VIEW.
Lot on Hamilton atreet, near
Fourteenth street, facing south,
magnificent view. Price $945;
terms, onethlrd cash, balance
six, twelve ar.d eighteen manths.
VERY CHEAP.
Two lino lots In Sapperton, on
the hill; magnificent view. Price
only $425 each; easy terms.
!
Write
Call or
Phone
I" ��� ��� 7-    ������"���    ..arr,     repilljll-
can government will not be compelled
| to take upon Itself
THE    DEEP-SEA   TERMINAL.
"Selfishness ls uot a characteristic
of Vancouver, v ' jeaiorsy lirc-i m
place in her constitution, saya the
Sun. 'there is not a section of the
province for wSh-h we wish anything
t once thc Imine-1
dlate concerns   of 400,000,000   teonle. |
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ers, although he cannot explain this
apparent preference.
Dr. Crothers goes on to say that the
use of morphine is not limited to any
one class. The conditions which be
says provoke the use of morphine aro
usually nerve exhaustion or irritation,
accompanied perhaps by pain or insomnia. The narcotic effect of morphine covers up these conditions and
. ,  ��� | its continued use results iri a form of
Came of Last Night, Which Ended In J fascination, the memory of which Hn-
VANCOUVER WINS
IN GREAT HOCKEY
Favor of Terminal City, Was
Superb Exhibition.
and  dlscomlort
ed. This drug particularly clouds his
black that their defeat was not | capacity for judging of his own condi
to any  slackness on   their part,
Vancouver won a notable victory
over Westminster in the lust scheduled hockey llxture between these
teams at the Arena rink last evening,
when Frank Patrick's aggregation ran
away 'from Gardner's septette to the
tune of ten goals to six.      ���
Both from a spectacular standpoint,
ar.d from the brand of hockey played,
this game was easily the best seen on
the coast this season. A defeat for
Vancouver would have meant the
boneyard for that team, while a victory for the Westminsters would havo
placed this team ln safe possession of
tbe championship. Every man on th^
lee played to the best of bis ability,
and lt Is to the credit of the orange
and
due ^^	
but to the superiority of their opponents.
In Newsy Lalonde and Frank Pat-
lick, playing as they did yesterday
evening, Vancouver had a pair of
combination players that can jugglo
the puck better than any other two
men In Canada���and the writer has
seen the best of them play in the oast
for several seasons.
Frank Patrick played the finest
game of bis life, and to his Bplendld
work Is due the bulk of the credit for
the winning of the game. With the
help of Newsy he dribbled the puck
down the Ice time after time, fooling
the Westminster defence by short
range passing and easy glides.
Every goal scored for Vancouver
was tallied, either by Patrick or by
Lalonde, the first named netting the
rubber six times and Newsy putting
it behind Lehman four times. On four
occasions Patrick shoved the puck ln
the net from a distance of Inches,
dodging Lehman when the goaltender
jumped from tne citadel to intercept
him, alter Patrick had got beyond
every defence man. To many of those
not conversant with hockey it seemed
as if this move on the part ot the
Westminster man was a mistake, but
this is not the the case, for tbe goal-
tender hus almost no chance of stopping a short range shot, while in
eight cases out of ten he can beat the
forward by springing out of the cage.
Harry Hyland was the heavy scorer
for v* estminster, netting four of tho
six goals, McDonald and Gaidner each
scoring once.
Ernie Johnson played up to his old
time form, but tbe most spectacular
man on the ice, for Westminster, was
MacDonald, who worked like a horse
the whole evening. McLean, who had
slaked a wad of coin on the result,
also worked like a Trojan, and was
one of the most disappointed men ai
the failure of the Westminsters to
beat \ ancouver.
Treherne, who played centre in
place of Mailen, whose ankle went
bac* on him at the laat minute, sho��v-
-ed good form, and proved himself a
worthy substitute.
Westminster experienced the hardest" Mud of luck in the final peiiod in
not scoring at least three goals, and
also lost two tallies, one because of
an ofi side, and the other because
Hyland touched the rubber with his
hand. Things Just seemed to break
right for Vancouver in every way, and
it was with a chastened spirit that
tlle hundred odd fans from this city
saw all tbe luck going  to the rival
brigade.
The absence of good combination
play contributed to thc Royalists' de-
teat. Individual work, as usual, showed the brilliancy of some of the players, but the puck passing of the Vancouvers more than offset this.
Taken on the whole, the game was
comparatively clean, only a few penalties being handed out. Nicholls and
Harris, of the Vancouvers, gave several exhibitions of dirty work, and
slashing on the part of the others was
not wanting.
Vancouver played its regular team,
having in this also an advantage over
Westminster, which lacked the speed
���of Ken Mailen.
Following is the list of goals scored:
First peflod���Frank  Patrick, 10.05;
Hyland, 2.3f>; Patrick, 1.04.
Second period���Hyland, 2.07; Patrick 18 sec; Patrick, 2.25; MacDonald, 1.45; Patrick, 2.37; Lalonde, 5.32;
Lalonde, LOG.
Last period���Hyland, 1.53; Gardner,
1.55; Lalonde, 45 sec; Lalonde, 6.25;
Hyland, 6.05; Patrick, 4.68.
gers  while  the  pain
of the habit are lost. ,
Dr. Crothers admits that there ls a
>;reat variety of evidence as to
whether a morphinist is more likely
to be a criminal than any other drug
addict. A peculiarity of morphine fn
relation to crime ls that its subjects
are eeldom taken to court charged
with the brutal crimes which alcohol
users commit. Kleptomania is one of
the most common charges. As aideis
and abettorB of crime they are often
seen, but not as leading factors in
criminal conduct. The
thought, says the writer, In the mind
of the morphinist is relief from pain
and discomfort and an ideal condition
of quietness and serenity.
Facts and conditions are distorted
and exaggerated in the mind of the
morphine taker, and his power to discriminate between them is diminish-
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tion. The crimes committed by morphinists are against property and character and based upon impulse and selfishness. Kleptomania, forgery, swindling and misdemeanors of a minor
class, with or without purpose, are
common. The Impulse to procure
morphine when Buiterlng fiom lta
withdrawal ls bo dominant as to overcome all consideration of right and
wrong.
Dr. Crothers thinks that one of the
most marked phases of morphinism
which probably appears in most cases
is the pleasure tho victims take in
concealing their motives and conduct.
They have a mania for leading ,i double life and enjoy the deception and
mask which they draw about themselves.
It ls a general fact that persons under the influence of the dru-, have
less power to resist physical and mental impressions, and easily succumb
to temptations and suggestions from
without. The legal responsibility of
such peVsons is seldom recognized in
court. An eminent judge recently
charged the jury that where the
prisoner was proved to be a morphine user Incompetency and impaired judgment should be recotnl/eo >'e
urged that such persons should not be
punished as responsible. Later ttw
Jud^e himself was found to be a morphine user, and it was evident why he
realized  the incompetency of others.
up his great burden or divide It in
time to avoid heavy losses.
What did these men gain? Nothing
that seemed good to them when they
looked through the portals oi eter
nlty, opened tor tUftfiX many years too
soon. Ai-
There are too many Americans like
Mr. Harriman and Mr. Hawley. And
there Is no necessity for it. In Europe things ure done better. Kipling
dominant^ Jeers at the modern Englishman for
his lack of enterprise and his disposition to "muddle through." But englishmen hold their own tolerably In
trade and finance, while thev refuse
to be tied down to their shops and
eountlng rooms.
They find plenty of time for cricket,
boating, the race track and the Brlt-
IbIi institution of the week-end house
party. France Is rich as a nation, but
the average Frenchman devotes, only
a few hours each day to business.
Germany is ln the front rank In commerce, Industry and profession, but
the German cares as much for art
and music as he does for business.
There is a wide difference between
the dissipated profligate and the man
who lives himself wholly to the pursuit of wealth, tame or power. But
both go the race that kills.���Cleveland Leader.
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looked up from their desks, saw the
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obeyed the summons. Edward H.
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They made dissipation of their business Work, the accomplishment of
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tho accumulation of power, was everything to them. None in the irmy of
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A meeting of the Senior Amateur
soccer football club wlll be held this |
evening in Mr. Hyall's office. Dele-
gates from city league teams are par
ticularly requested to Attend in order
to arrange matches.
The Morphine Habit.
The manufacture and   sale of morphine   has   beea   steadily   Increasing
uuring the past few  jears.     It has \
been said that not more   than   one-
���third of the morphine on the market
linds a legitimate ubo ln medicine and
prescriptions, and the conclusion that
the number of people who are addicted to its use ls rapidly trowing has
��� resulted In a careful study of the effects of the drug.    The fertile fleld
for this Inquiry has been found in the
relation  of criminality  and morphinism.
According to Dr. T. H. Crothers of
Hnrtford, who writes In tho New
York Medical Journal, there are many
reasons for believing that the effects
of, morphine are different from those
of opium or any other druj known,
both mentally and physically. He believes tbat in the United States and
Canada there are at least 1,000,000
drug-takers. In use morphine ls the
most popular of drugs, says Dr. Crotfc-
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In most lines the assortments are still complete, and each day
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(Every man his own punctuator.)
William H. Taft ls a model; at playing polities he taJkea no delight;  in
���4he  general   public   his   best efforts
are spent, in the cultivation of an office-holding oligarchy he would scorn
to   concur;  in   the   development of
Democratic principles   he   finds  con-1
statu pleasure;   in encouraging "Big ,
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in following devious patns he would
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candidly he is ever  ready;   to  snow
the mailed fist he would ever refuse;
to disregard his own prerogatives he
ever tries;  the patience   of true patriots he never anuses; the bosses he
ignores; tbe will of the public he ever
kees  in mind;   his personal   perpetuity in oftice his last thought;  tne
advancement of real justice his constant effort; the acquirement of power his object never; the good of the
common  people  he   ever   thinks of,
William Howard Taft.
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he woald sco;n to concur ln the de- i
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he finds constant pleasure In encour- i
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tei est In the advancement of the pro- j
leur.at; he tai.es great P'ide in uu-
tociatic ac.lons; he finds no pleasure
in lUtoni&g to leason; bo takes keen
deilfcht in following devious paths;
he would never deign to discuss big
issues candidly; he ls ever ready to
show the mailed list; be woul.l ever
refute to disregard bis own prerogatives; he ever tries the patience of
true patriots; he never abuses the
bosses; he Ignores the will of the public; Le ever keeps in mind his personal perpetuity in office; his last
thought the advancement fo real justice; his constant effort the acquirement of power; his object never the
good of the common people; he ever
thinks of I William Howaird Taft..���
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WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE *
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Oulchon biock. corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. P. C. Wade. K. C;
A. Whealler. W. O McQuarrie, O. B
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. 0. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.  _���__
JOARD OK TRADE���NEW \yt0BT
minster Board of Trafle meet* lu tn#
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of eacb monib:
ouarterly meeting on tbe tniro
Thursday nf February, May. Augusl
and November, st n p.m. Annual
meetings on the thirl Thursday ol
February. New members may h~
proposed nad elected at any month
ly or ouarterly m��*tu>��. C. H
iStuart-Wade, secretory.
Arrival: Closing
10:50���Vancouver  via  G.   N.  R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
12:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).16:00
18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
7:40���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11.15
10:50���Victoria via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).ly. 15
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 9.45
16:16���United States tIiQ.N. R.
(dally exceDt Sunday)..16.00
11:40���All points east   and   Europe    (dally)    8:16-
22:43���All points   east   and Europe (daily)  18:15
H-40���Sapperton   and   Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Suuday)    8:15
18 10���Sapperton   and   Fraser
mills      (dally     except
Sunday)      H:0��
11:40���Coquitlam      (daily    except Sunday)'  8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       I116!
14:00���East Burnaby (dally   ex- I
cept Sunday   14:30
10-00���Timberland (Tuesday and
Friday) 13:30
10-30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and  Friday    1�� = 00
���: 00���Ladner, Port Oulchon,
Westham   Island, Bun
Villa  ...13:80
10-00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally  except Sunday).13:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    W-30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. K.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
15-50���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.  R.  (daily except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day      M:��0
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)       U:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally-ex-
cept 8unday  16:0<
18-10���Abbotsford Upper Sumas,
Matsqui, Huntingdon,
etc.' (dally except Sunday)  23:00
i5:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Bluiue     idaily    except
/   Sunday) 9:46
5:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere ITues*
day, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
11:20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmu, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley Prairie. Murrayville,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis, Sperling Station,
Bradner, Bellerose, via
B. C. E. R. (daily except Sunday)   9:00
11:20���Rand,   Majuba   Hill   via
B.  C.   E.  R.   (Monday
���   Wednesday    and    Friday        9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 17:30
11:20��� Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (dally
except Sunday) 17:30
16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(dally except Sunday).17:30
12:00���Fraser Arm  23:00
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
IH to 26 H. P.
S and 4 Cyole.
Local Agsnto
Westminster Iroo Works
Phone  63.
Tenth  St.,  New Westminster.
^
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A .M Dally except Tuesday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
2 p.m Dally except Sunday
For Seattle.
10:00 A. M Oa'ly
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  Fraser  River Points.
Steamer Beaver.
Leaves New Westminster, 8:00 a.m.,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaves  Chilliwack,  7:00 a.m.,  Tuesday, Thursday apd 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. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P  A.. Vancouver
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phene 567
NEW WESTMINSTER : B.C
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO
3-I
ly
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner El��hth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
Toronto Express leaves at ......8:50
Chicago Expresf leaves at j....13:60
Imperial Umited^vw at .... 19:4��
Tbrough    Pullman     Tourist     and
Diners.    For Reservations- and ratea
apply to
_ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or Ji. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouvei
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Teleohone R IIS  Office: Princess St
Phone 386.
P. O. Box 557.
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot Mr to peddle;
just legitimate tailoring.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Weatminater,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Pald-Up)   ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE  ........   .>. .$15,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada Mid
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
land, New Tork, Chicago and Spokane.
U.S.A.. and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
con respondents ln all parts of tbe
wcid.
Savings Bank Dslirtmem���Deposits
-ocl-dd ln sums of fl and upward,
u��d Internet allowel at S per cent, pei
wnttin  ipreee'it rate).
Total   Assets over 1186.000.000.00
NEW  WE8TMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
J. N. A1TCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
88 Begbie Street.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.    P. O. Boa 846.
Offlce, Front St., Foot ttt Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid up *'K��
Reserve    7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending in Canada
from the Atlantic to the Paclilc,
in Cuba throughout the island;
also In Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cltlea in the world. These att
celent connections afford every}
banklne facility.
New Westmlnater Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS* CUtff&MfeRS
MAKES ?��R PERMANENT
BUSINE8S RELATIONS.
ipffi
Bankofloronto
WITH 'MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITE8
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL t4,800/X��
REST |5,��00,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,   8. G
BRANCH
j. GBACEY, MANAGER. \
<paob might
H
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THE DAILY NEWS.
Jt
WEDNE8DAY, MARCH 6, 1912.
City News
Mrs. W. Orr will not receive today
at her home, '503 Agnes street. Mrs.
Orr will not receive again until the
first Wednesday in April.
Eighth street Bakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A. Hardman, Phono L150.
i
���' The steamer Transfer has resumed j
hor regular run. **     |
nr*HE very fact that there are
S*al Wore Great Majestic Malleable ���find Charcoal Iron Rani"
sold than ^ny other range on tho
market,'Is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don'l Vou Want the��Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three '.mes as long H3 a cheap
range, b'lt it doeau't <Jor,t three
times as much.
Astoson & Lusby
Dr.   A.
'.OlKtt'il    ll
flTS
LIKE
THIS
!.. MoQuarrie has been^ ap-
coronet far ths New West-
mlnater district by the I'nuluc-iai
unvrutvat. succetdina Captain Pit-
tetulrish,  *ho r���*Jjtt#4 recently.
Carnations, daffodils, ffolet*, etc..
also lo is of potted plWW llt Tiil>"- u*��
florist's, uew store ou SUth street.
Mr ��nd Mrs. J. C Idmstrcnj.    and
tlieir da.us&Ur Ne*H_ retained home
vesterdav from a au months trin to.
San Uieso. California. They report
having si*?nt aa enjoyable v. inter, but
are glad to set ba.i-l\ to New Westminster asaiu.
Dr. H. l'0\-��. eye specialist, can
Ix* consulted dally from 9:30 a.m. to 5
P.m.. at 657 Columb'a street, over
C
Orleans Limited, and it was on this
midnight run on March 18, 1900, that
he lost his life In a rear-end collision
with a freight train at Vaughans,
Miss.
"By his amiable disposition and
smiling face, he had friends by the
hundreds." ..    ..
According to Slebert, he has rer-
formed in many towns, where '"Casey" was real well known by railroad meh, and where he related incidents of "Carey's" life much to the
satisfaction and enjoyment of ,tlw
mou'fct the throttle tnd lire box.
���''Do y��u think that popular music
is becq8tflg#, adulterated gradually,
��� Into a cheap combination of'^vejy-
thing old and new, sung or played 'in
! a jingle time?"     ...
"No," declarer! Seibert, "1 do not.
]t think, instead, that popular music is
| becoming more refined: ' The worts
must have a meaning, the music cannot please lf It Is of the waltz measure that required no art to compose."
.ii
art is' Drug Store, or by i'ho ie 205:.
SO LONG AS YOU HAVE LIFE
YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING
IT. AND SO LONG AS YOU ARE
IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR LIFE
JUST SO LONG IS YOUR FAMILY
IN DANGER OF BEING FORCED TO
FACE POVERTf. AN INSURANCE
POLICY IS THE SAFEGUARD FOR
THEM. CAN YOU AFFORD TO
NEGLECT IT? GOME IN AND TALK
IT OVER WITH ME.
The Fraser River Pile Driving Co.,
���i local concern which started business a short time ago, finished yester-
<lav the foundations for the Dominion
Match factory at Sapperton. The
ctructure will stan:l on about 400 piles
The company is also driving the spur
for the Biitish Canadian Lumber Co.
at the new mill on Lulu Island.
Workmen were bdsy all yesterday
tearing down thc wooden buildings on
Columbia street until recently occupied by Kenny's Cafe. It will ba remembered that the building inspector
and the fire chief reported to the coun
cil that they considered the
building unfit for habitation. This report bas been drawn up for some time
and may account lor the decision of
'the owner to tear the building down.
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 - nd Musical
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone R411.
Wc Give You
Money
Your Own Home
/
WE
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New  Westminster.
The firm of Motherwell &. Darling,
who are establishing a very successful
flre insurance business, recently secured the agencies of two of the I
strongest companies operating on the ments
American continent. They were the | per'.y.
agents for Mr. Sunahara who had his
business destroyed hy lire last ivee;<
and have received the following letter which will speak for itself.
New Westminster, March 2, 1912.
Messrs. Motherwell & Darling,
Dear Sir3,���I beg to thank you for
cheque in full settlement of fire claim.
It is only six days since I wis burned
out an.l I must thank the lire insurance company for the quick Bettie- I
ment. I will strongly recommend my I
friends  to  insure  In  your  companies, i
supply   the   money   to   built!
your own  home,  meet    pay-
pay off mortgaoos or buy pro-
Clothes have a direct effect upon
our feejjngs. The theatrical manager uses color, light and shade in
his scenes, so as to produce certain
effects upon his audience. You
cannot feel happy in your old, worn,
sombre winter garments. Cast theri
aside. Our new, cheerful Spring
clothes���which you can buy at a
reasonoble price���will delight vou.
Come and buy a new outfit. You
will "feel happy in your new Spring
Suit."
NEW SPRING SUITS AT THE SMITH STORE
THAT CALL FOR SPECIAL ATTENTION
YOU
pay   back   in   monthly   instalments of $10 monthly
on a $1000 loan  at a cost to you of
only zy2  per  cent,  on a  5  per cent,
basis.
I
liiiieSilpJw Spray
Sulphur, Blue Stone, Lye, Arsenate of Lead���and anything
else in this line. Any Quantity
ALSO
FRESH SEEDS
NOW IN
Curtis Drug Store
For :.}y.:\?,r��
PHOTO GOODS
8PECTACLE8
8EED8 I   |
Phone 43: L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
TALCUM POWDER
There are many kinds.
WE HAVE THE BEST.
Also the latest.   Try
MULFORO'S FLESH & WHITE
Exquisite Odor.
and when 1 get my bustneHs In sJ��ap��)
1 would ask you to insure my place
again.
Thanking you. I remain,
Very truly yours,
KAZUA SUNAHAUA,
NCW ELOOD FOR LOCAL
REAL   L3"IAT;
FIRM
A change has been made in the
well known real estate firm-of McGill
and Coon. Frank )'.. Dill has bought
out Mr. Coon's interest in the tirm.
which will now bear the name ot McGill and Dill.
.vir. Ulll id very well known around
the city anion;; people of every clasa,
real estate, sporting and otherwise.
He has been working for White,
Shile & Co. ter the pact year and
ipore. but has i cat hed the stage when
he tan branch out on h's own. The
rirm should be a strong one now, and
it will occupy the same offices as before over the B:\nk of Commerce.
WAi:   ON    l.t,TC.
Vancouver, March 5.���War on rats
has uecn started by the C. K R.t and
x particularly potent virus has been
secured by the companj, winch it is
anticipated wltl soon clear the water.
front of the rodents. A pc-cuiiar feature oi tue poison used at tbe C. P.
R. docks is that all rats partaning oi i
the virus rush out iuto the: daylight
i.iid open air to die.
WRITE FOR
FREE BOOK
mt ��� UNIVCRSAL li
SECURITY CO., ITO.
Head Office in the
PEOPLE'S TRUST OFFICES
Phone No. 655.    New Westminster.
The lines ofthese Suits are becoming. The materials are all of the newest and colors up to dite.
Visit our Suit Section today. These suits wlH Interest you much. ' t \ J ,*.'.1~\
NEW   SPRING   SUIT.
Of tan homespun material; 25-lnch coat; deep lnpel
with   single  button on point; coat three-button fas-
ening;  skirt plain  panel   effect   at back;   trimmed
with butt >ns   ou ride.   Price, suit   $25.00
NEW   SPRING   SUIT.
Of grey worsted: collar and iulild revers of fancy
grey silk; two-button fastening;  c.iff trimmed   with
6ilk:   coat   lined throughout with  satin;   skirt Bide
panel  eftect   front and back.   Pi Ice $25.00
CHARMING SPRING MODEL.
Of grey whipcord; in 24-inch coat; collar, cuTs and
band of grey diagonal to match; revers of self; fastened with three metal ball buttons; trimmed back,
cuffs and skirt with rmall ball buttons; skirt pane!
eftect-, trimmed with band of bias material.
Price             *��.00
NEW TWEED  SUITS.
For spring, In shades of light, fawn and grey;   24-
inch coat, satin lined, plain tailored effect throughout;   coat  four-button fastening.   Price $30.00
NEW SPRING SUIT.
)f homespun, In  shade.}   of grey, green and brown
mixtures;   plain  tailored   ejects;   coat   four-button
fastening.   Price, each  $17.00
FINE GREY WORSTED SUIT.
For si-ring, 24-inch length of coat; inlaid collar of
Eelf and extra long revers; one button fastening,
band effect around bottom of coat; akirt trimme.l
with  buttons, straps of self.    Price.'. *25.00
NEW SPRING SUIT.
Of fine English Serge;  In navy and black; strictly
man  tailored; a    beautiful    fitting    model.      Price
each              $25.C0
THE WINDOW DISPLAY TONIGHT at THE
SMITH STORE will be ot unusual interest, tho,vim;
mr.ny new Creations.
B. &. M.  FISH
Fiaser River Spring Salmon, lb...20c
Fresh Steelheads (half or whole), per
lb ��� ne
Freeh Codsfhalf or whole), per ll). . .Sc
Fresh Halibut  2 lbs. for 25c
Fresh Oolichans   3  lbs. for 25c!
Frozen Red Salmon  (half or whole),
per lb. ,  7c
537 Front St   -   Phone 301
FURNITURE
Hought and Sold.
Highest  Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent.
421 Columbia St.
r,T��vi-.ir>'���,c,-iTtra^3=gcas
PROPERTIES
8EE  OUR  WINDOW
_ -DRUG STORE
��� DlspefriUHu Chemists, Etc.
OeM*H��<Jf|o4Mtil��4J  Columbia St.
New W)mtmtB*tt>r. H C
���
"CASEY   JONES"   NO   FICTION.
Central Figure in Sonj Hit Lived ani
Died.
If you wrote or composed a song
hit that swept the nation, wouldn't
jou leel just a teeny wee bit btuck on
.vourself'.'
Now don't prevaricate, for you can
Just bet you would, whether you let
people know lt or not.
Well, anyway, the real writer of
"Casey Jones," Lawrence Slebert, who
is at the Royal theatre this part of
tbe week, isn't one bit swelled up
over th�� fact, f<?r he declares verj
modestly that he could not really
claim tbat the idea was original with
him, "for," said he, "1 wrote the
words for the song from real life."
Of course, the interviewer wns
quite surprised, that there was ever
a real Casey Jones, and you are too,
now, aren't you?
Then Slebert told the story of the.
real Casey Jones.
"Casey Jones was one engineer who
has been instrumental in immortalizing the   locomotive, aa   Mar,{  Twain
immortalized     the   steamboaL      His
correct name was John Luther .lone:',
but he was known to all his railroad
comrades as Casey Jones," said Sio-1
bert.   "He was acquainted from coast'
to coast as 'Casey.-    He w.is born at I
Cayco, Ky.. in 1863, and Brent his bey-
hood days on a farm.    When he was-'
19 years of age he fired a locomotive
on  the  .Mobile  &  Ohio ral!r;>ad,  an I '
tttpr occupied a position of a similar ;
nature on the. Illinois Central.
"In  1800.  he  was promoted to tha
position  of  engineer, which   be  h-ei '.
with  honor until  his death,    He  was I
transferred from Water Valley, MIsh., ���
nnd ran  a freight enjiinc thorp :*.-,*'}
he was eliziblfl to the Chicago &. :;c./
We can supply almost any demand
for Business and Semi-Business
Properties. Industrial Sites with
both railway and deep water shipping facilities.
Manufacturing Sites
Mercantile Sites
Apartment Sites
Hotel Sites
For full particulars of locations,
prices and terms, apply-
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window Display
CHAMBERLIN  ��XE���
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. ��. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and If.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK. s.
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur     Quassia Chips
Whale Oil Soap, Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
���PHONE 57
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
INTERURBAN TRAMS
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster       Hranchea at Vancouver     Vlctorli
Chilliwack and A'derarove. B.C.
Westminster Branch. ��� Care
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 6:00, 6:46 and
6:45 a.m. and every 16 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Sunday Service.���Cars leave
for Vancouver at 6:00, 7:00,
8:00, 8:30, 9:00 and 9:30 a.m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter.
Frlight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:20, 11:20, 12:25 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch,���Car? leave
B .C. E. R. Co. station for Vancouver at 6:46. 6:46 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 1.0 p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver   at
8:20. s
Lulu     Island     Branch.���(To
Vancouver via    Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day servloe thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
at 9:30 a.m., 1:26 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:05 p.m.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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