BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Mar 4, 1912

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0318017.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0318017.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0318017-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0318017-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0318017-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0318017-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0318017-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0318017-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0318017-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0318017.ris

Full Text

 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPL V
PORT  MANN  ACREAGE   ' �� ,
ADJOINING THE TOWN8 "'   y
(Lower Office.)        ta
WHITE, 8HILE8 if ?e &
Mi^^i^aIMapjl<0    *"���*
W.&8   /g||��Sf
8EE&8 FO	
MAN^PtyPERTY, IN   AND   AD-
WHITE, SHILES
JOININC
VOLUME 6, NUMBER  304.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,   MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1912.
PRICE HVB CENTS.
BANK BANDIT KILLED
Robbers and Police Fight in
Montreal.
THREE   OTHERS  WOUNDED
Belongings of    Dead    Man    Point to
Romance���Was to  Have Been
Married on Tuesday.
(MONTREAL, Quebec, March 3.���
One man was killed and three wounded I.i an encounter between police and
five badlts wbo tried to dynamite thc
West Montreal branch of the Hoyal
ban.; eaily Saturday morning. One <>;
tne t.oiiuucd men is Charier Fitzpat-
rica, son ot the chief ot pollce, >,hu
accompanied his tatner to tne scene
oi   i.i*j   trouble.
The two wounded robbers are seriously hurt. Pollce are puisuinfc the
two wno escaped.
About midnight a watchman for tho
Canauidii I'acnic saw >he tive men
at the railway station tj.nd becoming
suspicious followed them about. They
sa\>i-i the bars from a window oi
the wink building and crawled in. Tho
watchman ran tor the police. A number of policemen responded and sur-
rounaeu the building. They called on
the intruders to come out and give
themselves   up.
A  terrific    explosion    wrecked the
bank  building.    The robbers escaped
in the confusion.    They were chased
to a  shack  on  thc outskirts of the
�� city.
In a revolver duel the chief of po
lice and his son entered the shack.
Oue robber was killed instantly
Charles Fitzpatrick was wounded by ,i
blaming bullet. The men again escaped, were pursued and two moro
were ->o:ndert b.v fire from police re-
Volveflu"
The tomaining two r.re somewhere
south of Montreal, followed by officers. No loot was secured from tha
bank.
Thc killing of the bank robber by
a vigilance committee In pursuit of a
CAR DERAILED AND
/ i
Freight Car Runs Off Line on Fraser
Valley Branch���Bral-.sman Bless
Progressing favorably.
One man was severely hurt, a
freight car derailed und traffic delayed for three hours as a result of
an accident on the Eraser valley
branch of the B. C. E.-It. on Saturday
evening! Brakeman Bless was the
man injured and he was removed to
the Royal Columbian hospital as soon
as possible after the accident. Last
night he was reported to be doing as
well as possible, although his back
and legs seem to have been badly
injured.
lt appears from accounts given of
the accident that the freight ran off
the rails in the neighborhood of Leh-
mann hill, and dashed into one of the
poles, thus bringing down the wire*,
lhe brakeman stuck to his car in a
plucky manner, until he was thrown
violently out by the car coming to a
sudden standstill. The accident hap--
pened at a point where the freight was
scheduled- to meet another train, and
the falling of the wire.? held up all traffic for some time. It was three hours,
ln fact before the repair sang had the
line ln such shape that the trains could
continue their journey.
IU. EDMONDS BACK
EROM EASIERN TRIP
SCORES ROOSEVELT
Bryan Says Ex-President is
Guarantor of Taft.
THIRD TERM PRESUMPTION
William Jennings No Longer Fancies
Himself as an "Also Ran" So Will
Support  Party  Ghole;.
SEATTLE, March 3.���Characterizing ineodoie Roosevelt as the guarantor of President Taft and astertlng
that he, could bave no right in the
presidential race save on the theory
that Mr. Taft had been a failure, William J. Bryan, in a speech beiore a
pacho.t auditorium in Dreamland pavilion yesterday atternoon criticised
Mr. Roosevelt for his presumption in
entering the lists at this time.
Mr. Bryan attempted to show where
Mr. Roosevelt had been backed by the
special interests and bad been silent
in the face of the call for popular legislation in behalf of the popular election of United Statea senators, the
income tax and the referendum and
recall.
Mr. Bryan wanted to absolve himself from  any pergonal  ambition  or
IN GRIP OF STRIKE
Effect   on   All   Industry   Is
Paralyzing.
A MILLION MINERS ARE OUT
>
Many   Foundries   Aro   Closed���St:el
and Cotton Workers Will Soon
Be lile.
CAUGHT BIG DEER
!N PITT RIVER
Tom Rennie, Hero of Unusual Chase���
Presents Capture to Queens
Park Menagerie.
.London, March 3.���Although this ls
only the third day of the coal strike,
Its paralyzing effect on otber industries is being keenly felt. It'is computed that by tomorrow i50,twu workers outside of tne coal miners will be
idle. More that l.ouo.uuu m.ners in
England, Scotland and Wales are out.
Shipping is approaching a stani-
still aud steam trawlers are laying
up. '1 hat source of cheap tood soon
will be shut off. Many foundries are
now closed. Three or four days will
suffice to cause a stoppage of most
Queens park menagerie is richer
today by one big mule deer presented
to the park by Tommy Rennie. The
story of the deer's capture is a goo;,
one.
Tom Rennie and Mr. Elckhoff were
up the river ln the latter's launch
yesterday afternoon, and they saw a
deer swimming Pitt river. Rennle Immediately jumped into a canoe and
gave chase. He quickly came up with
the beast, and slipping a rope over its
head, while lt was in the water, led
lt back to the launch. Tbe two men
succeeded in getting it into theboat,
and then brought it back In triumph
to the city. From the wharf lt was
taken up to Queens park, to wbich in
stitution Rennie has generously presented it.
The deer is a flne specimen, end U
one of the largest taken on the coast
for some time. It is trolly a big beast,
of the Sheffield steel works and lf the , ���  _. ��.    ��� ���*** v -      r -----
colliers do not resume-within a weekjand ���ust welSh aI1'of threo hundred
more than, a millon employees in the | P��u_nds and more> lt8 captors calcu
j cotton mills and allied trades in Lan.-
I cashire will be without work. I
|    As long    as    the National Miners' I
aspiration that led in the llrection of ^ederati?n adv,he/eI8 l? t*��, deteimlna- !
the  White  House, declaring that he tlo,n that a schedule of minimum wage ���
___________\m^^^^^^^^^^^m^ ^^^m^^^^^m^^^^M ^^^^H^^H t"i ? /i ��"* 11- v��      11 Tl      lii'      inn t��* n/ilt-/ui
late.
FIVE DIE TOGETHER
Could Not Bear to See Children Starve.
MUTHER ADMINISTEIS POISON
Leaves  Note  Telling ef Inability to
Earn Enough Money tc Sustain
Lift;'
earnestly hoped that the Democratic
standard bearer  would be nominated
rates, drawn up by themselves, must
be conceded before they will enter into
b"e"fo;e"'hls"own virt��orth<MS�� 1 .S^JSK^Sfr %&-22S& 22
bad been disclosed. He promised
fidelity to whoever the nominee might
be, asesrting that, a3 a worker in the
the slightest hope of settling thc
strike. The owners may be coerced to
pay a minimum wage by exhaustive
Has Not Yet Picked Up Thraads
Political Situation���Glad to
De Here.
o'
Mr.  II.  L.  Edmonds, who returned
yesterday about noon   with  Mrs.
ZaLirZ^uiiuZSs i,��� ������,.u ������,���^���n u �����.'enactment, but   this    method canno:
ranks himself be could accomplish far i ,������     ,.     ' ,_������ ,��� �����������������   ���j ������,,,_,
. * force the miners to accept and return
ivfoioii.*"      ���"  i       <j    ., ,-��  to work.   Their refusal even to nego-
SOelft'rttS     had    evidently    pestea '
themselves  about  the  assembly,   for I
during the last half hour of his Breech |
.Mr.   Bryan  was   interrupted   so  oJten |
by (iiiestions that lie  was camj.ellej
to e^alm the-prlvileje .of the floor.
nijuds from his tiip in the east, wa.
more Willing to tain about the pleas-
 uie  of  getting  home  to  New   West-
rang which tried to loot u. branch sl', Waster than to discuts the local po
"The good things for which the So
cialists contend," be said rapiily aft
er   one  of  these  <ii;eotio:is,   "wiil   b:
Kd- [settled by othe/ parties."
Mr   Bryan was introduced^by Chas. ,    u       were te   d at AIdershot bia
C.   Heifner,  chairman   of  the  Demc-'
cratie state   executive committee   as
the   foren-.ost   cit hen   of   the   L'ntiel
tiate the question has largely alien
ated public opinion as expressed in
the newspapers, but what Is calculated
to prove far more effective ls the pressure that will be brought to bear upon
them b.v the vast army of workers in
other fields thrown out of work and
faced by hunger and destitution.
No  vfolence  has  yet  occurred  and
no    troops    have    been  moved,  but
ADMIT ADVANTAGES
OE ERASER RIVER
Westminster's Port Under Consideration���Shipping Men Think Highly
of Its Possibilities.
Vh$ ."lyal Bank at Montreal WaX
ended a romance which apparent!*'
was to have culminated ou Tuesday.
In the clothes of the dead bandit j
were found tbe picture of a girl, past
ed in the back of a pocket mirror,
and a new wedding ring engrave:!
with the words "Wiil to Kitty, March
5, 1012."
The ling, with the engraving, and
a tatoo mark on the (hest of the man,
bearing the words "In memory of
mother and father," are the only clues
by which the police hope to establish
the identity of tho robber. The only
other &rtlo{es In the clothes were a
pocketknlffl and some matches. In
their opinion the safe blower came
from the United States.
DR. GRENFELL WILL
VISIT WESTMINSTER
litital , isiti3n last nitht. Durjne h's
absence he has natura'ly lost touch
wltn the situation he'.e, aud he wan
not prepared to say anj thing "with rc-
���mfitrl tc his btfhp: a conservative can-'
didate for the provincial house or not.
"We are ] le.isod to get: back again,"
b;'id Mr. Kdmonds, "and there certainly is no place like Westminster. All
the time we have been away we have
net seen any green foliage or gras;,
or anything, so you can imagine whit
it ls like to be here once more."
The weafher in the east, when Mr.
and Mrs. Edmonds left was very cold.
While they were away they spent
two weeks in Ottawa, and three days
in Toronto, and also visited Windsor,
Detroit an.l Chicago. They cama
back over the Soo line through St.
Paul,
States and tlu�� world.
fOMM PREMIER
PASSES TO REST
SUFFRAGETTES SENT
DOWN FOR TWO MONTHS
Hon. Edward Blike Who Led Liberal
Party in Dominion, Dies in
Toronto.
Toronto, March 3.���After an Illness
extending over flve years, the hon.
Edward Blake, one time leader of the
Liberal party in Canadi end one of
that tie troops mahe ready to entrain
if their services are needed.
The, gr��at porta ot the Uu^** Kingdom, baiAitUilarly those situated In
Wales, frxrai which eaal is shipped to
every part of the world, and the centres of the iron anJ steel industries
have naturally been the first to feel
the effects of the strike of miners in
England, Scotland and Wales.
Many iron works in various districts are closed and at Swansea and elsewhere work on the docks
has. practically come to a standstill.
No vessels are ariving and the dockers and workmen employed In the industries of the places have been
thrown out of work.
Great crowds of these men are gath
ered ln the streets discussing the dispute.
Thus far there have been no disorders anywhere. In South Wa!e3, how-
over, the mineo^ners are preparing
for emergencies.   They have had wa!b
The Vancouver Morning Sun has admitted  editorially and in a   generous
spirit, that   as a   harbor  tne  Frase;-
river has advantages over Burrard inlet.    Such  recognition   is a  graceful
concession  by  Westminsters  big sister city, jut that lt Is demanded by
the facts is shosvn hy the opinion o
.eminent ehipvtaa mein on   th�� toa&t
1 In conversation witli a TOprcBentaOvt,.
of tbe Dally News, the chief agent of  a girl
Salem, Ore., March 1���Mra. L. F.
Jellson, about 26 yeara old, gave a
drink of cyanide of potassium to eacb
of her four children and then partook
of the poison herself. At noon all five
were dead. Mrs. Jellson. was despondent because she was unable to earn
enough to ward off starvatioh.
The little family lay dead in the
home at 469 Liberty street, almost ln.
the heart of the city, but the tragedy
was not discovered until the police received a letter through the postoffice
telling of the deed. The discourage;!
mother had written:
"I know the law requires an investigation.   Do as little as possible. The
plain  fact  is  I  canot earn enough
alone  to  keep  from  starving. Soma
I one induced my boy to leave and now
[ I am too' ill to   work.   I cannot see
them (the children) starve. Tbere Ib
a little money in my purse, $21. Make
It bury    us   all together.   Sorry   to
make bo much disturbance, but I anv
too confused to write."
Immediately after receiving tbs letter Chief )of d'oiice Hamilton and
Day Officer Sam Burkhart went to tba
house and found it locked. Going to
a tent in the rear, their ��yes were
greeted with the sight of the mother
and four children huddled together oa
the bed dead. A glance ahout the
tent disclosed a bottle ol cyanide of
potassium. The bodies were still
warm. On a table standing near the
bed was the following note:
"Let Mrs. Pratt have my tent an*
everything eise is left ro Mrs. Carrie-
Clair. Sory to put you to this bother..
Forgive me.   I hated to lie to get the
the toremost politicians of the day, i built around-the-mlnes and have laid
passed away at his residence on Jar j jn great stores of provisions iu antic!-
vis stieet. His death was not unex- pau0n of a long siege. The railroad
pected.   He had been growing weaKer,  and gtreet car servico in many cities
Missionary   Hero  of  LabWidt*  Coast
Has Done 8p!endid *fork
Among Fishermen.
Dr.
ll. u
and was never expected to rally
The late Mr.  Blake    was born
was  further  curtailed  today.
Only two small non-union mines in
Wilfrid Thomson Grenfell, C.
_ . who is to spea�� In the Queen's |
avenue Methodist church on Tuesday
evening on "Tlie Hescue of Labrador,'
is wiuciy known and respected for the
great wor:t he has done among the
fishermen of that coast during the
last '-il) years. To every Eastern Canadian his name is almost a household
word, and bis splendid work has won
recognition in the highest quarter,
King Edward having conferred on
him a commandership of the Order of
St. Mlchuel and St. George in 1906.
Dr. Grenfell was educated at Marl-
boroiikh College and Oxford University and obtained bis "blue" for Rugby
football at tho later place.   In 1889 he
Joined the Royal National Mission to
Deep-Sea Fishermen,  and ever since
then has devoted his life to the best
interests of  those  "who    earn their
bread upon the waters."   For twenty
years he haB been    working on the
Labrador coast, and under his supervision homes for the sailors hav a been
founded on land    and    mlss!'      hips
equipped for use at sea.   Dr. Gv   ifell
has also built hospitals, and In 1889,
before he came to Labrador, he fitted
out  the  first  hospital  ship  for    the
North Sea fisheries.    In Labrador he
has built four hospitals and many other institutions tending to the better
of the seamen and those dependent
on them.    Such a man    is welcome
wherever he gojb, nnd it ls certain
that he will roceivo In Westminster
the same henrty reception as he did
at Vancouver.
London,   March 3.���Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, Mrs. Lukes and Mrs. Mar- .        	
shall,   the three   leaders   of   Friday       'fhe late Mr.  Blake    was born    at
evening's window smashing campaign Cairn&orm, Ont., 1'J years ago. Con- the entre country are still at work,
by which the suffragettes succeeded sldered able and clever, as was his one of these is in North Wales an.'
in terrorizing the .London tradesmen, i father, th& Hon. William Hume Blake, j the other near Berwick, on-th? Scot
were yesterday sentenced each to two i ** showed an   adaptability   for   tho  tish border.
months' imprisonment. \l*S*\\ piofession,   and   while   still   a      The tin i,late works of Wales ars
These were the flrst thTee or the   young man waa made a member of I doalng down rapidly owing to lack
124 women who were arrested in the   the Dominion parliament,   and   later , 0f coai    gix hundred mills will be idle
demonstration I became a Home Ruler ln Ireland.      | within a few days and forty thousand
It was after he retired from politic* ilrea wm be thrown out of emplovmant'
in Canada   that   the   Hon.   Edward J j0hn Williams, labor member of par-
stuff."     ^���^^���^���^���^^^^
 �����.,.������.��� ���...__^\-   Ttvo  cltUdren  Who  t_)M>   tim*M  ��*
In conversation with a representative i the hands ot theVr mother are Vj*x.ey..
one   of the biggest British   shipping
lines  running  to  the .Pacific   coast
16 years   old;     Harland, 13;
Maud, 11. and Uavmond- Bwsaison, 9.
Ail had evidently compiled witb the
ports, stated the other day, that he j mother's wisb to take tbe poison,
was looking for great development on save the youngest, who showed marks
the   Fraser   river, especially   follow-, of violence, as thongh he had resisted.
course of the street
and who arc to be arraigned at the '
Bow street court chiefly on charges of
causing wilful damage to stores in
Bond street, Piccadilly, Regent etreet,
Oxford street the Haymarket and tho
Strand, as well as other busy shsppln;;
streets.
The attorney for the prosecution
announced in court yesterday that the
total damage dene by the suffragettes
in their stone throwing manifestations
was estimated at $25,000 and on behalf of the iive; nment he stated that
the time had now arrived when the
consideration which has been hitherto
Blake set out on his greatest task
For the succeeding years he was an
ardent Home Ru.er and was one of
John Redmond's greatest suppoitera,
speaking with him on the same plat-
form on many occasions, and being
returned unopposed nearly ever time,
but always undefeated, for the constituency of South Longford.
It was only when his Illness attacked him with its full force that
the great speaker had to retire from
public life lo    spend   his    remaining
shown in connection with suffragette , days In his native province of Ontario.
*   -   ��� - ���--���-���     ' The late Mr. Blake was educated at
raids could no longer be elven.
One Marriage Law.
Toronto, March 3.���Secretary Sli
cox, of tbo Evangelical Alliance, waited upon Premier Whitney and urged
that tbe counsel appointed by the
province to appear before the privy
council in connection with the "Ne
Temere" case be instructed to urge a
"one marriage law for all of Canada."
liament for the Gower district of Gla
morganshlre, South Wales, and general secretary of the Amalgamated Society of South Wales colliery workers,
told tne Welsh miners at a-meeting to
day that he expected a settlement o.'
the strike by Thursday next on lines
satlbfactory to both the men and tho
employers.
The prices of food are rising rabidly everywhere.
NUMBER OF LUNATIC8
INCREA8ED LAST MONTH
The February returns of the public
hospital for the Insane, shows an Increase of thirteen patients during the
month.   Of these five are female and
Upper Canada college and later at the
University of Toronto.    He was flrsr
elected to   parliament   in   186?   and
from that date  stood for    the hlgb
ideals of Liberalism. For four yeara ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ho sat on   the   bench   before   being  eight male, and the total figures  at
chosen as their leader and was elect- \ the close of the period were 523 male
ed to power in 1871, being for two
ing the opening of the Panama canal.
"Do you think, that a fresh-water
harbor is really better than salt water
one?" he was asked. His reply was
unhesitating.
"It certainly is. With plenty of
water under her bottom ever ship
simply loves to get into fresh water.
The fresh water kills the barnacles
on her and this not only means that
they stop growing, which they would
continue to do in salt water, but that
they can be easily knocked off. When
the barnacles are alive they are most
tenacious and can only be scraped off
with great difficulty in dry dock. And
then the teredo is~a"Teally Important
factor. The life of a wooden wharf
ln fresh water is practically unlimited,
while In the salt water, owing to the
destructive creatures lt is very brief."
In short the opinion of this experienced man was that if once the channel of the Fraser was made deep
enough for big boats it would make a
most desirable harbor, one that ships
would like to come into:
With regard to   the   effect   of the
Panama canal on trade of this coast,
shippping circles are very optimist!?.
The greatest* change they expect is
"the shipping of grain to Liverpool via
British Columbian ports enl the Panama', but the export trade in lumber
and canned fish, etc., will also, they
think, be creatly facilitated.   General
merchandise and heavy freight coming
from eastern and European ports will
also probably flnd their way via the
new route, that Is shortly to be opened, and In anticipation of which Westminster is preparing   to   srend   big
sums on harbor improvements.     On
the other hand the very costly freight |
from the Orient, such as   silk, wlll
still pass through the ports of this
province to go overland to the east
owing to the larjre amount of money
tied up in the goods as the consequent
Importance of time In their transit.
Mrs. Jellson had been employed in
tbe Royal cafeteria here at fiO a
week, but about a week ago she quit,
saying she was going to Colorado.
Russel K. Strong, a boy about 17'
years of age, a son by a former husband, ran away a week or so ago. The
mother had been dependent on bim
to assist in supporting the children,
and after hc left she became despondent.
Realizing her destitute condition,
the waitresses at the cafeteria bad
been taking food to her bnt labored
under the impression tbat she wonld
soon get financial asistance from
friends and go to Colorado.
WARNS WOMANKIND
OE EATE OE ROME
United States College Pro.'ccsor Says
Conditions     Today     Resemble.
Thet*  of  Oitien Time*
For Empire Trade.
London, March 3.���To ensure the
integrity of British manufacturers
the Gnuldlng merchandise marks bill
provides that goods manufactured In
the empire shall bear the words:
"Biitish nmuJrq-Made.". Goods shipped out of the British Isles not mada
ln Britain, shall be marked "Not Brit-
iBh-Mnde."
GOLD DISCOVERY WA8 FAKE.
Report of Gold Find In Cochrane, Al
berta, District False.
Calgary, March 3.���The alleged
Cochrane, Alberta, gold discoveries
are a. lizzie pure and simple, according
to Messrs. J. 11. Sherman and S. M.
Petch, who returned today from the
di.-,trict to which tho rush occurred
during the past ten days. They have
prospected tbe dlatrict and state posi
tlvely that there ls no trace of gold.
The unfortunate feature is that hundreds of amateur prospectors hav��
hurrlod to the section and aro undergoing hardships and expense to no
proflt.  '
Messrs.   Sherman   and   Petch
practical miners with' evperience
all the bi^   mining   centre.i   of
world.
years premier of the province.
In 1878 Mr. Blake was elected to
the head of the Liberals in the Dominion and shortly after 1890 went
to flght the battle of Homo Rule.
!
\
Socialist Candidates.
Nelson, March 3.���At a meeting of
the Socialists of Nelson and Ymlr
constituencies yesterday, Mr. R. P.
Pettlpiece, of Vancouver, was nomln
ate'd as Socialist candidate for Ymlr,
nnd Mr. Arthur Harrod candidate for
Nelson. Mr. Harrod is a bookkeeper
in the co-operative store here.
and 194 female Inmates of the asylum
One lunatic escaped during tho month
and was recaptured, while two men
died. Fifteen were discharged altogether, bnt ten of these were on pror
bation only. Thirty new patients were
admitted.
BREWSTER CHOSEN'
LIBERAL PRE8IDENT
are
iu
tho
Robbed of $104,000.
Tampa, tla., March 3.���Declaring hs
lost or had been r,obbed of $104,000
which he had drawn from a bank ln
Savannah. Mo., J. E. FMmnn. said to
he a leading merchant there, was
found today dased and apparently un
able to recall what has happened to
him.
Azores Storm Swept.
Lisbon, March 3.���Wrecking flshlnjj
vessels, devastating   plantations   and .
causlnc heavy loss of life, a hurricane j
yesterday swept the Azores. The num*
ber of lives lost   ls    unknown,    bjit
cnhlcs say mrny bodies were   washed
ashore from the wrecked vessels. The
property loss is believed to be enormous. \
Vancouver. March 3.���The following ls the provincial Liberal executive
as announced at the convention hero:
Honorary President, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier; president, H. C. Brewster, of
Alberni; vice-presidents, William. T.
Kergin, of Cranbiook, and F. J. Deane,
of Cranbrook; treasurer, A. M. Pound,
Vancouver; secretary, C. E. Campbell, Vancouver. Executive committee���L. D. Taylor, F. R. McD. Russell,
George McCrossan, Ralph Smith, Vancouver; H. Shepherd, Nanaimo; Captain Ramsay and J. W. Weart, New
Westminster; H McPhee. Vjtncou\e
Island: A. B. Fraser and George Bel!,
Kansas City, March X���-"Present-
day conditions as regards women
bear a striking resemblance to conditions in old Roma Roman women Uu
the height of their glory aeh-eved.
their greatest degradation. Childlessness was the vogue. IV* axe approaching the verge."
In these terms Prof. C. A. Kiwood.
of Columbia, Mo, warned patrons ofthe Missouri    university   extension
course here of the necessity oC reform.
ln the conduct of tbe home.
"Woman's invasion of tbe lields of
industry  means  an  increase  in the.
death rate of the child,' be continued..
"Fatherhood must   support   Motherhood.   Class consciousness eaters into-
the woman    question.     It seta sex
against sex. ��� But woman is bait   tbe
world.   She should not consider herself a class.    Women of thn Rone-.
that fell achieved all the legal and
social  rights    the    modern  women1
clamor for save the vote. Woossn dues
best In the bome.   Life Is not a con- -
fllct and    eex    antagonism   defeats,
every end df ���nature.'*
Fined for Beotlegainsv
Brownsville,   Ore.,   March 3.-r-3hmr.
Baker, owner of   a restaurant   bore.
pleaded guilty in a case of bootlegging
and was lined   $60   and   coat*.   Mr..
wiana: a. b. i^r auu u-M.��..����.t|5ak** place of buBlneexwrn raided'
Victoria, ahd A. McDonald nnd James  Saturday by Attorney   Tasrfag.   who-
Murphy, of tho upper country; H. H |owns the building, and a laigjrsmorat
Shandlev and Dr. E. Hall. Victoria: F.l��r ^ and wStt�� wa3 **** ta' Wj'
Wagstaff and E. J. Thomas, Nanaimo: I-ossesflon.
German Tailors Strike   _ 	
Eerlln,  March 2.���Thirty thousand | D. Ross and G. R. Naden. Comox-At-
Benin,   marcu   a.��� imnj   uv����>,.. --.	
man tailors,   representing   thlrty<>ne Hni A. D. Mclntyre and'Dr. Micdon
counties throtnrjiout Prussia, are   on aid. Yale-Cariboo:  J. A. Buchan ami
strive today.   Tho pen are dlssatisfiel William. Rutherford, Kooturvf R. W     	
.with tbplr wasre schedule and work- Dick and R. Jardine, New WeBtnla-1 eoun. KnnsBF, jow��. ;���������s
I Ing conditions.^ ��ter! JsMSXta xmiS Sotttb Uaioltti jsah��day>.
'Storm In Central StkMs.
Kansas City/ Mo^ March 3�����
heavy snowstorm rivalled over Mln
sourt. Kansas, Icrwa,_NebraBkx  ?l~rth PAOU TWO
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH 4, 1912
*���
WANTED���EXPERIENCED STENOG-
rapher desires position. Apply P.
O. Box 13. New Weatminater, B.C.
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
house to rent or purchase. Small
cash payment, balance as rent. Apply McGeachie, Sandal Lodge, Gibson road. Cedar Cottage.
^WANTED���A CHEAP LOT EITHER
50 or 66 frontage in Edmonds. What
have you to offer. Apply Box 40
Daily Newa.	
WANTED���THE RESIDENTS to
' Imow that 1 am now operating the
only pasteurized bottled milk plant
In the dty and will deliver either
pasteurised milk or cream to any
��art of the dty or district. Milk,
9 quarta for $1.00; cream, 30c a
pint Phone yonr order to R873
or write Glen Tana Dairy, Queens-
boro, Lulu Island.
DON'T BURN
Watte Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we will collect, free of
charge.
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
SAGE TEA WILL
Restore Faded and Gray Hair
to Natural Color���Dandruff
Quickly Removed,
TO    CANADIAN    ARCHITECTS:
1.ADY REMOVES SUPERFLUOUS
hair privately, painlessly, inexpensively; confidential references. Apply 623 Fifteenth avenue, Vancouver.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE ���ONE LOT ATED
monds. Address W. Owners, Box 41
Daily News office.
.FOR SALE-LOT 26, BLOCK 5, SUB-
division Districi Lot 36, Block 5,
North Range 3 West, New Westminster District As I am leaving
B. C, I will sell this lot cheap for
cash. Address A. Wood, P. O. Box
1900, Vancouver. B. C. 	
'FOR SALE���THE STEEL MALLEA-
ble Range; Canada's Pride; on
easy terms. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
Competition for new University
buildings to be erected at Point Grey,
near Vancouver, British Columbia.
The Government of British Columbia 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   Buildings,
Victoria, British Columbia.
INHERITS $500,000
WILL BtHAIN SERVANT
No Mere   Man Will   Get This   Maid's
Money���Will Complete Her engagement.
NOTICE!
There is nothing new about the idea of
using Sage for restoring the color of the
hair.. Our grandmothers kept their hair
dark, glossy and abundant by the use of
a simple "Sage Tea." Whenever their
hair fell out or took on a dull, faded or .
streaked appearance, they made a brew
of Sage leaves, and applied it to their j
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect.
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
tho old-time tiresome method of gathering the herbs and making the tea. This
is done by skillful chemists better than
we could do it ourselves; and all we
have to do is to call for the ready-made
product, Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy,  containing Sage in the
Eroper strength, with the addition of
ulphur, another old-time scalp remedy.
This preparation gives youthful color
and beauty to the hair, and is one of
the best remedies you can use for dandruff, dry, feverish, itching scalp, and
falling hair. Get a fifty cent bottle
from your druggist today, and you will
be surprised at tho quick results. All
druggists sell it, under guarantee that
the money will be refunded if the
remedy is not exactly as represented.
Special Agent, D. S. Curtis.
rt
TO RENT.
TO RENT���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
Apply 619 Hamilton street. Phone
R672.	
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for three or four gentlemen
friends, with or without board. Box
3 News office.
TO RENT���LIGHT, FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, housekeeping apart
ments; steam heated; hot and cold
water. Apply room 9, K. of P. lia! I,
corner Agnes and Eighth streets.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706   Columbia   Street.
City Property and Farm Lands.
��k      SDMOND8���On Sixth  Avenue,   D.   L.
To whom it may concern: Take notice hereafter I will not be responsible for any ;'ebts made by Mrs.
Rhoda McKamey.
T. R. McKAMEY,
Dewdney, B. C.
CORPORATION    OF   BURNABY.
Notice!
In consequence of the rapidly Increasing volume of business, it is ordered by the council that in future no
applications, will be considered by tho
Board of Works unless such applications are received seven days before
the date of meeting on February the
19th inst., and on every alternate Monday thereafter.
ARTHUR G. MOORE.
Clerk.
Edmonds, B. C, Feb. 12, 1912.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re the North Easterly half of Lot
2, Block 13, in the City of New West
minster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certlfl
ato of title number 1132F, Issued in
It it part of my profetaional
service to show women how
to correctly wear their corset*
Let me select and fit, in the seclusion of your home, that comfortable, classy, perfect garment���
\ Spirella Corset
No other is so
flexible, yet permanently shape-
retaining as
Spirella
Boning
Light, cool, sani-
tary.comfortable.
Guaranteed for
one year against
rust or breakage.
My personal
services ore free.
I guarantee a perfect fitting, modish
Spirella Corset.
Ad appointmenl with
me placet no obligation
on yem���ii arranged 10
your convenience.
Post card or phon* ,
cal/ will bring ma.
'Phone 981
Rnd Uu S��lf��tl�� adw��~����nt�� IfJ****'M
* Joum.i. DaHloaaloT. Uaatsn.r. N.w idea and Vorft
New York, March 3��� Though she
recently inherited 1*00,000 from her
uncle, Hiram Chase, of Reno, Nev.,
Miss Mary Chase, a maid in the employ of Mrs. G. VV. Allen, of 109 East
Fifty-Sixth street, said that she woul-i
not let her wealth .change her mode
of living. '*'��
"Mrs. Allen has been very kind to
me," said Mlss Chase, "and just because I have been fortunate enough to
Inherit money I'm not going to upset
her plans by leaving her. She's been
rather ill and wanted me to go aboard
with her, so I will continue as her
maid and go along. But when I r,et
back I'll go out to Reno, as I understand a woman has filed a claim
against the estate. While I'm in Europe I will be represented by Col. L.
Clark Raymond, of Welland, Canada,
and E. P. Johnson, ot Reno.
"After I settle affairs in the West 1
shall build a house in. Buffalo and
spend the rest**f my life with my
father, George W. Chase, who is 80
years old."
"No fortune hunter will ever get
any of my money,' retorted Mlss
Chase. Ive had to wait too long for
it to let a mere man come along
now and take it."
But she admitted, smilingly, that as
it was a woman's privilege to change
her mini she mi?ht change lier3
should the right man appear.
Miss Chase, who for ten years was
maid to Mrs. Wallace Shilltto befoie
she entered Mrs. Allen's service, naively suggested that it was a shame so
good a maid should give up the work
because of money.
OPTICIAN IS BOLD   THIEF.
EDMONDS���Lot all cleared, 74x135
approximate, very close to station.
$1200; one-third cash.
6S. 1*2x132-.    ����MI    and    on \u.no,\u\a    nam��   ot  Uio  Westminster    Mas-\
$1000;  $500 cash. \onVc Temple Company, Ltd., has been!
filed at this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published !n
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of tlie said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry   Office, New   Westminster, B. C, Jan. 27, 1012.
EDMONDS���On Burford road,
Oxford road, few .13x112 foot
$350; $50 cash, $10 monthly.
near
lots.
EDMONDS���On Henry street, near
Eighth street or Douglas road, close
to Edmonds rood car. $550 each;
one-quarter cash, balance monthly.
EDMONDS���Between city limits and
station, .in D. L. 29; corner,
132x132; Stumps mostly shot; $1350,
one-third 'cash.
SURREY FARMS���On B. C. Electric
ei?ht miles out in Surrey, at $100 an
acre, is the cheapest land in B. C.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
CORPORATION   OF  THE  CITY   OF
NEV/ WESTMINSTER.
Tenders  for   Paving.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned up to 5 p. m. cn March 11,
1912, for the paving of about 1800
square yards on Alexander street with
Granite Setts.
Plans and specifications may be obtained from tho City Engineer.
Tenders must be accompanied by a
cheque for 6 per cent of the amount
of the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accented.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, March 1. I!1I2.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots 43, 4fi, 47, 48, 57, 58 and 61,
62, G3, fi4, 65 of lots 8 and 11 Suburban Block 13, in the City of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1455F, issued In
the name of Sarah Ann Douglas, has
been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shnll,
at the exj-lration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
W.  S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,  New Westmlnater, B. C. Fob. lfi. 1912.
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
All accounts against the Corporation must beat the city Hall not later
than the 5th of each month for the
previous month's accounts, In order
that they may be paid ou or about tlie
'iMh, otherwise they wil! lay over till
the  following month.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
TCew Westminster, Feb. 22, 1912.
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cor. Ctli and Columbl.-,
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
has moved to
701 Front Street
New stock of fancy  Woollen  S'.i
3ngs.   Prices low; fit guaranteed.
LAND   REGISTRY
J.C. ROD
LAND   REGISTRY   EXPERT
Titles    Examined,    Land   Iteglstry
Tangles Straightened out.
Curtis Block City Box 482
Mrs. L. McLei
625
Office Hours 1 to 6 p.m.
Columbia  St.,  New  Westminster.
Phone R672.
 *=
619 Hamilton St.
d. Mcelroy
Chimney Sweeping,
Eavetrough  Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
Red Bank, N. J., March 3.���A
stranger called at the home of Miss
Jennie Joline, who lives on the Eaton-
town Boulevard, near Red Bauk, for
the purpose of looking over the
house and property with a view of
buying it. He was allowed to inspect
the premises and in the conversation
that followed the visitor said he was
an  ofticlan.
IMiss Joline, whose eyes troubled
her, asked him to test her sight. He
placed two pairs of glasses over her
eyes, and after that she remembered
nothing until she regained consciousness, about three hours later.
Miss Joline had her purse, containing $13, with her when her eyes were
being tested, and the intruder not only
took It, but money and a large quantity of silverware were also missing
from the house. She is now confined
to her bed under the care of a physician. She \s \n a critical condition.
An Investigation will he made to ascertain the drag used by the bogus optician.
The police authorities of Red Bank,
Eatontown and Lon^ Branch, have
been notified and a watch Is being
kept on all outgoing trains and trolley cars.
Auction Sale
of Household Furniture
Having received instructions from
Mrs. Shadwell, I will sell by Public
Auction at her esidence, 318 Pine
street, on
Tuesday, March 5
at 2 p.m., the contents of her newly
furnished house as follows:
Parlor���1 piano, almost new; 1
three-piece mahogany parlor suite; 1
settee, 1 easy chair, 1 rattan rocker, 1
sea grass chair, three oak centre tables, 1 square, good as new flower
plants, etc.
Dining Room���fi chairs. 1 round
dining-room table; 1 buffet oak; 1
rocker, 1 bookstand, square, etc.
Kitchen���1 Monarch ran-e, a9 good
as new; 1 kitchen cabinet, ;i kitchen
chairs, oilcloth, etc.
Mall���Small table, 1 easy chair, hall
rack and square and stair carpet.
Bureaus, Stands, Beds, Springs and
f* \- a    Ti/ff | Mattresses, Carpets, etc.   Lots of mis-
VjarCiiner  GL   iVlei*Cer,(,pllan('(��)s   articles   too   numerous   to
mention.
Terms of Sale���Cash.
JOS.  TRAVERS,  Auctioneer.
���121   Columbia  Stieet,
P. G. GARDINER.
A. L. MERCER |
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone   661. Box  772
NFW  WESTMINST^H.  B.  C,
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Office  Phone  185.       Barn   Phone  137
Begbie Street.
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFF1CR���T��>*M   OfcCO
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
TRY TRY TRY
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C.
Workshop 611   Victoria  Street.
(Over Daily News.)
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. S;ning
(ioods just arrived, First-Class Fit
and  Work  Guaranteed.
ON GMONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnis  St., City..
The    Hope.
That night they took him from the sea
tAnd Inm in trutn it wa.s, they said)
I went not when they summoned me,
Nor  viewed  1   wanst  that   sheeted
head!
Xot wanst I looked on his white face,
That bitther dusK they brought him
horae,
And shut ln such a wee dark place
A lad who's ever loved to roam!
Yet now I listen thro' the rain.
And foolish-like I still believe
That back some day he'll come again
'lo where the Arran wathers grievo!
Some day he'll come, wid parrakeets,
Wid shells and sharms and furrin'
lore,
Come climbln' up the ould sad streets,
And stop beside me waltln' door!
And when I'm wid me wheel, alone.
And all the ould gray house i3 still,
I seem to hear, past soj and stone,
A homin' step that mounts the hill1
I listen as the sound comes near,
(And  how me   ould   heart   flutters
fast!)
11 sit. and wait and shake wid fear���
But iv'ry footstep, faith, goes past!
Yet dusk b.v dusk when thro' me door
There sobs and sings the ould gray
sea.
Och, still I watch and listen for
The Dead that's nlver dead to me!
Arthur Stringer in Hampton's Magazine.
A   Warwickshire   Conn.
There are no oaks in all the shires
1 love so well as those that spill
Smooth acorns from their mailed cups
Along the Warwick l.tnes; uuJ sti.l
The Avon holds as clear a way
As Tweed   or Thames, anu   never
blows
The wind along a s.veeter land
'than  that  where   down   the Avon
Loes.
On northern hill and Sussex down,
ln Derby dale and Lincoln fen,
I've traftlcked with the winds  of God
And tallied and laughed with many
men;
I've  seen  the   plowshare   break   the
earth
From Cumberland to  woody  Kent;
I've followed Severn to the sea,
And heard the swollen tide of Trent.
I  know the south, I know the north,
I've walked the   counties   up   and
down,
I've seen the spires of oast nnd weEt,
And sung for Joy of what I've seen,
But oh! my heart ls ever fain
Of ways   where  Avon's   onks   are
green,
���London Nation,
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
Louis F. Werba and Mark A. Luescher,    producers   of   "The   Spring
Maid," present
ENGLAND'S  GREATEST 8INGING
COMEDIENNE
Alice
Lloyd
In the Joyous Musical Gaiety
"LittleMissFixIt
Supported by a Brilliant Cast, including the Noted English Comedian
LIONEL WALSH
HEAR MISS LLOYD'S FAMOUS SONG HIT8.
SEE THE REAL "TURKEY TROT"���THE DANCE SENSATION.
Thursday, March 7
Seats on sale at Tidy, Florists, Monday, March 4.   Prices 50c to $2.60.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for lt is the stuff that the foun
datlons of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used lu two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now aud to Invest for what shall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 92,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
GOLD DUST  will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
jf;,���-.ttt nrn
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part ofthe
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ t /
portions to cleanse v<^\l//y//<
easily, vigorously, " r~? -
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Who Said
BOVRIL ? 'r     MONDAY,  MARCH. 4,  1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Furniture-Dry Goods
PAflMB THREE
LEES LIMITED
Dry Goods-Furniture
���*M*mmm.^.*a,ji..**i.
Tremendous selling last week has caused a big accumulation of
. Remnants, that we shall close at much below the regular values
Prints, Ginghams. Cotton Remnants and Canton Remnants
To Add to the Interest We Shall Put On Sale
$5000 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
Consigned to the Gordon Stock and transferred to us at 50c
on the dollar, including Lace Draperies, Curtain Nets, Fancy
Cretonnes, Satins, Madras, Fancy Curtains and a big bunch of
READY-TO-WEAR  GOODS
SHOP EARLY
���
Columbia street
l!KStlMPfED
New Westminster, B. C.
STEAMERS ALMOST
IN COLLISION
Full Speed Astern by Steamers Charlotte ani Vadso  Prevented
Accident.
Victoria, March 3.���Collision between tue steamers Princess Chur-
lotie and v'adso was narrowly averted
at tne entrance to Victoria harbor,
both -vessels havins to ro full speea
astern to avert coming together. Much
excitement prevailed among the passengers on the C. P. R. liner, who
weie seen scurrying att along the
decks as the distance narrowed between the vessels.
The Vadso was steaming Inward at
full speed, returning from Naas and
���way jorts, anl the Princess Chai-
lotte was leaving lor Vancouver. The
government tug Point Hope was preceding the Boscowitz Company's
steamer Into the harbor, and when
the little vessel approached the Pi incess Charlotte the C. P, It. steamer
blew the signal for her to cn ss on the
starboard side. Instead of doing this
the tug signalled that she was crossing to net. and the three-funnelec
liner was forced to swing to'pass the
tug ou the port side. The Princesa
Charlotte was then swinging, and the
steamer Vadso was abreast of the Be-
ren's Island lighthouse, passing into
the barbor, and was preparing to cross
on the starboard side when the Princess Charlotte whistled for a port
crossing. Tbe Vadso, swinging ln the
efTort to r&aa on the port side, continued to cross the path of the Princess
Charlotte, aad before she could sheer
to rass to port the two vessels were
very close together. Captain Griffin,
on the bridge of the Princess Charlotte, nt onoe rang for full speed
astern, while Captain Noel of the Vadso did likewise, and the three-funneled
steamer churned up the foam as her
engines were reversed. This stopned
the way of both vessels considerably,
and they were brought up within two
or three feet of each other, with the
bow of the Princess Charlotte near
the starboard bow of the Vadso.
When the two steamers were nearing each other, although the navigators on the bridge were coolly wording to avoid an accident, rhuch excitement prevailed on the decks. On the
Vadso the watch below scurried uo
from tho forecastle, and on the Princess Charlotte the passengers who
had been lining the rail forward ran
aft. evidently fearing that a collision
must ensue from the position of the
steamers.
ALLEGED     BENEFIT8    OF     WAR.
Interesting   Pni��?ch   by  Mr.   Norman
Angell, Well-Known Author.
Curiosity to see and hear tho suddenly- famous author of "The Great
Illusion" drew a crowded audience to
the Grafton-square' Brotherhood. It
was Mr. Nornua Angell's flrst appearance as a public speauer in Loudon���
at any rate since the publication of
his hook. A touch ot something like
mystery has added to tbe popular Interest in iMr. Angell. Dozens of "personal pars." concerning him have left
us wilh the bare fact that he is an
hnglish journalist living in Paris. He
is, to be exact, the Paris manager of
the Daily Mail.
When the chairman   mounted   tbe
platform, followed by two lady soloists and  the  speaker,  there  was almost    a murmur    of  mild    surprise
j among the audience.   It was bard to
! realize    that this    sllgut, tan-u-ure.-
I j oung    man was    the thinker whos<-
theory of modern war has-proved the
! most "explosive idea" of recent years.
1 Mr.  Angeli, at  flrst  sight, seems al-
I most boyish in appearance.     A second glance shows ibat. the small-fea-
' tured, clean-shaven face has the cast
of mature thought, as well as the pallor of the student, upon it.    It is a
sharp,   eager   tace���let   us   say,  the
face of a keen journalist���disttngulsh-
by a forehead of a kind which is not
possessed by everyone���even ln Fleet-
Etreet.   Mr. Angell has a rather weak
voice, but his  deliberate, unbestltat-
1ns mode of speech enables him to be
heard well, even in a large building.
Without afefctatlon of eloquence, he
ts a good speaker to an audience that I
wants argument, not fireworks.    And i
as even serious audiences like bright.
and  witty Illustrations,  Mr.  Angell's I
gift that way is all to the good.
He plunged straight intol his subject, "War and Ita Alleged Benefits."
He had tried to show, he said, that
'war between two civilized nations
must bo profltless, both to victor and
vanquished. That might be true, some
of his critics said, but surely it was
very sordid to give up fighting just
because lt doesn't pay? Nations (.lid-
not flght about money. "Well." said
Mr. Angell, "it all depends upon what
you mean by money. If ydu mean the
means by which the nation provides
better houBlng, better food, better
conditions for its children, then we do
fight about money���or if we don't we
ought to." Mr. Angell bases his main
argument upon the changed conditions of life and commerce during
quite modern times. In a primitive
state of socloty a man might l^ve up-
on his enemies; but today, so much
were the nations Interdependent parts
of the same, organism, that, if all our
enemies were to disappear, half of us
would die of starvation at once. Sup-
pose the Germans invaded England
and parcelled lt out among German
major-generals, acting ns taskmasters
over the people, and restraining their
freedom of buying, selling, travelling,
amusement, etc., Immediately the dividends of trading companies, railways,
theatres, etc., woul:l disappear. An
invader must do orte of two thlngB:
restrain freedom In this way, which
spelt, ruin; or leave the life of the
country untouched���and why come
here to do tbat?
The size of an "administrative area
had no connection with the prosperity
of Its inhabitants.     Aa a clear and
simple illustration of this point, Mr.
Angell pointed to Switzerland. With
c no army to sneak of she was as prus-
' perous and happy as Russia with her
vast territory and 4,000,000 soldiers.
Suppose Germany conquered all Europe, where was her profit? Would
she impoverish the conquered countries���and ruin her own markets? The
British Kmpiie was a picture of whit
the world of the future would be like.
Here we had five independent nations
which had practically surrendered the
possibility of ever exerting force one
against the other, if it was so with
flve nations, why not with fifteen?
The common interests wbich bind us
together would in future be sufficient
guarantee that one nation will behave
decently to another. What guaran-
ee did Switzerland give for the safety
if the thousands of British subjects
who visit her? Only that she wants
them to come again! And so it wns
with other business interests besides
holiday tourists.
Mr. Angell interested the Brotherhood by camparlng bis view of the
peace propaganda with the methods
by which religious liberty was
achieved. Not by definite acts and
treat'es. hut bv the spread of ideas,
would Europe be converted to a sane
view of war. "If we allow passion to
rule us Instead of reason," concluded
Mr. Angell, "we shall have to pay the
price; and the innocent will suffer
with the guilty even to the thirl ond
fourth generation." It was the only
toubh^oi prepared eloquence in the
speech. 1 he fact vvas itself a sign
that ,he cause of peace is no longer
in th] bands of mere sentimentalists
and fhetoriclans. The men of los;ic
and intellect are coming in���following
Mr. Xorman Angell's brilliant lead.
Eleven   Million Jews.
New York, March 3.���A prediction
that the neu century will see nearly
aU of the 11,000,000 jews of the whole
world on American soil was made by
She:Iff Julius Harburger ln an address beiore delegates from all parts
of the country gathered for the annual meeting of the executive committee of the Free Sons of Israel. Arrangements were considered for the
quinquennial convention of the entire
order at Rochester on May 19.
In reviewing the history of the order since its inception in 1849. Sheriff
Harburger spoke of Its benefactions
and its remarkable resources. Thero
were tmly 3000 Jews in the United
States when the first census was
taken, he said, and today there are
2,000,000,-
Every land which has persecuted
the Jews, he said, has fallen into decay, and he lauded the action taken
by the United States ln abrogating its
treaty with Russia in order to impress
that "barbaric nation" wlth^a lesson
of justice to Jewish-American citizens.
mm
mufti
|0a����
Take Notice
All Grand Trunk Pacific Steamers now dock
at the NEW GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
WHARF, foot of Main street, Vancouver.
MONDAYS NORTH
SATURDAYS SOUTH
I
l*SH8E
���A
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
���
ALICE   LLOYD
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CRE
Mother and Child are equally benefited hy
St. Charles Evaporated Cream.    It is the
world's standard of purity and, next to a   Aj
healthy mother's own milk, the best obtain-   /i .?,
able food for infants.   Many doctors insist ��� \ ��� ?
not only that infants be fed on St. Charles   *   *
Evaporated Cream, but that mothers themselves make it a large part of their diet.   The
use of St. Charles Cream is economical too.
forever, and by simply adding pure water in proportions, you have pure milk and pure cream,
better than the best you can buy aed equal to fhe
hest the best dairy in the world can produce.   In
using St. Charles Cream, you tak* sta chances.
Sold by Hest Grocers Ei)cryU>b*r*.
Handsome booklet et valuable Information ta i
aud nurses sent tree upon application.
ST. CHAKLr.3 CONDENSING C3M?ANY. Ing.rwll. Ott.
ti
I
!!
1
Leading Lady In "Little Miss Fix It,"     at the Opera Hop.se Thursday,      |j�� payg {-Q AdVertiS3 IU tfae Dafl^ N&W&
i . uk ���*,-..       " ��� ������-���
NMflriMlflNtfMtftottMMiil
g|Wii���W.WMMJim ill nuii iwi   m ;   i 'Tiir ��� -r
PAGBroua
i ijj ��� ^���pi
THE DAILY: NEWS.
MONDAY;  MARCH 4,  1912.
Tne Daily News
��� PnMlikad lv Tka teily Newa Publlsh-
K Umited, at their offices,
al   MeKenile   and    Victoria
Streets.
MONDAY, MARCH
.HOPEFUL.    OF    RECONCILIATION.
There i�� no other change that would
spvtaach encourage itbe promoters of
a world-��ace aB the substitution of
friendly alliance tor grained relations
between the British and German
Umpires, aaja the Toronto Globe. Apparently some real progress In this direction haa already been made, and
more ia etpected. There is a general
belief among those most in touch with
the whole situation that the recent
visit of Lord jHaldane to Berlin was
made at the suggestion, if not the request of the German Government, and
the bbst prbbflhat it was productive
of good is that it Is to be returned by
sending to London a German statesman who la known to be friendly to
Great Britain. These visits are informal, and the communications are not
in the technical sense "diplomatic;"
they aro merely conversations held
for the purpose ot ascertaining
whether It, is possible to flnd some
��� common standing ground.
It is well understood all round that
Germany wanta and intends to line
room for colonial expansion. It is
.difficult to name any part of the world, the larger figures
where she can now secure great
stretches at territory unoccupied by
other powers. The area persistently
named at present as likely to become
basis of a modus vlvendl ls Portuguese Eaat Africa If Portugal ls willing to sett~tWs piece of real estate
Germany arid Britain might easily
and wonld probably buy and divide it'
certainly they
Professor Norton waa the" firs}, to
delve la the Acropolis, where his treasures were found. Hls workmen were
w41<}. Arabs, who at first came to work
"covered with knives and pistols and
guns." ���
The top of the Acropolis hill was
first attacked, and here a colonnade,
with adjoining wings and rooms, was
unearthed. Behind the colonnade ran
a corridor with a painted plaBter floor,
which, with some coins which were
found, suggests, says Professor Norton, the third century B. C. aa. the
i date of the work.
Ancient   Veneer.
It ls amusing to' find that the very
modern plan of covering up walls with
a thin layer of marble was practised
so long ago. In some of the rooms a
large quantity of various colored marbles, "which had once formed a veneer on the walls, and also probably
a floor," was found.
Layers of terra-cotta pipes, which
may have been part of the latest system of steam-heating, were unearthed,
as well as floor mosaics and ceiling
tiles, stamped generally with the
name of the Greek god Zeus.
Miniature figures, a half life-siae figure of an athlete, "Antonlanos, otherwise known as the Foot, the Ephes-
ian," a torso of Artemis, with a quiver
on her back, a torso of a Nereid, and
flfteen half-length, life-size figures of
women, dating from 300 B. C. to 300
A. D., were among the treasures discovered.
These statues are "peculiar in many
resjects," Professor Norton states.
They are apparently figures from
tombs, and two of them have the carved drapery "drawn across the face
and held in the left hand, leaving
only the eyes and brow visible, covering the faces exactly as the women
of Cyrene do today."
Four fine semi-colossal statues of
women, dating from 300 B. C. were
found in an enclosure, and near cne |
of them were several figurines, representing the same god .less, but dating/
from 1500 B. C.
"The sculptor who made them is
forgotten," Professor Norton writes or
The religion that
drove his chisel has vanished as the
wind over the sea, but these figures
rise before us to stir our tired bodies
and our jaded senses with the reminder of a great valor which has
gone from the world."
the street and gives them his card. Of
course they invade his studio (he is
a pclnter, a ses heuhes') and prey
upon him,'while liking him as heartily
as he does them. There is Guinevere
Megan, the flower-girl, .and Ferrand,
the Frenchman, and old TlmBon, the
cabman. They drink his rum. take
his money and his clothes, make hls
house' their home. Warmed and fed,
they get for a time a new sense of life,
ln the flower-girl and Ferrand it becomes a real "joie de vivr*;" they
shout and laugh and dance and, if the
whole truth must be told, kiss. As
for the cabman, he works steadily
through three bottles of rum in less
than a week. The friendliness of It all
would be enough for Christopher but
then comes in the parson, who
preaches repentance and reform. The J cuine, in a specially constructed case,
AVIATOR'S   DARING   FEAT.
Leaped From Aeroplane and Descended to Earth In Parachute.
St. Louis, March 3.���For the first
time in the history of heavler-
than-alr flying, a man leaped from an
aeroplane at Jefferson barracks yesterday afternoon and descended to the
earth in a parachute. The man was
Captain Albert Berry. The leap was
witnessed by hundreds of soldiers.
When the aeronaut landed the soldiers cheered wildly, and, surrounding
the man, lifted him from the ground
and half carried him to the ottico of
Colonel Wool, the commandant. Berry and Polit Bnnnus left Kinloch aviation . fleld in the afternoon in a two-
passenger biplane.    Beneath the ma
flower-girl must be induced to go
back to her husband;i old Timson
must be set to help in the studio;
the Frenchman, an undesirable alien,
must be sent about his business.
Christopher has other advisers, a professor and a J. P. According to the
professor, "we're to give the state all
we can spare, to make the undeserving deserving." According to the J.P.
"we ought to support private organizations for helping the deserving, an J
damn the undeserving." The parson
"seems to be a little bit of both." And
so the three advocate each his nostrum, and argue till they quarrel, with
no practical result. The symmetrical
and synchronistic arrangement of
their three personified theories���
rather than persons���reminds you of
the quarrelling professor in Thomas
Love I��eacock���and, good as they are
in Peacock, they have not "body"
enough for the definite and solid surroundings of the stage.
MARRIAGE   WAS   LEGAL.
for
was a large parachute, similar to
those with whicli aeronauts leap.
The trip to the barracks was made
without a stop. The flrst the soldiers
knew that anything unusual was going on was when they heard the buzzing of a propeller and saw the plane,
which was flying Ugh and swiftly.
The soldiers were astonished to see
Berry slip down under the craft. It
took them several seconds to divine
that he had climbed to a trapeze bar
attached to a parachute.
Bannus steadied the machine. Berry gave a quick jerk on a rope, a
knife slashed, and man and parachute
plunged downward while the aeroplane, bouncing like a cork, suddenly
poised and steadied Itself.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druegist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMKNT fails to cu/e any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles In 6 to 11 days.   50c.
aro new and entirely different from ordinary preparations. They accomplish
their purpose without disturbing the rest of the system, and are therefore the
Ideal laxative for tha nursing mother, as they do not affect the child.
Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists,   lf
unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money.
25c a box.   tf your druggist haa not yet stocked them, send 25c. and we
will mall them. 24
N^WtuJDm,
^WSST^"
Canad*. limited.
Montr..!.
Look  Here  for .Snaps
FIVE LOTS near Eighth avenue,
all cleared; $300 each.   One lot
with house $500.   These lots can
be bought separately   for   one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
ONE LOT all cleared, with three
room house, on Fourth street,
for $1200; $500 cash, balance 8,
12 and 18 months.
ONE LOT on Fifth street, close
ABOUT   EIGHT   ACRES   near
Chilliwack. The owner will take
city property for the same.
to Seventh avenue, all cleared.
Prlco $1200; one-third cash, balance 6. 12 and 18 months.
McGILL & COON
Phone 1004.
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
To   Prevent   Prairie   Fires.
To prevent prairie fires starting and
spreading from sparks   thrown   from
engines   the Railway Commission   at
���,",      I i���f ��������� ^iL*e*r   Ottawa, has Issued a drastic fire guard
will not let any other | regulation affectlng a��� ranwaj.g oper.
power acquire a foothold there.   Just  ating under lts juri8diction in the Pro
as certainty they will not quarrel
about theft tespectlve interests in the
property. In fact it seems certain
that if Portugal refuses to sell, Germany and Great Britain will come to
an agreement aa to "spheres of influence" wWcivthey might commercially
and industrially exploit, while watching tor the course of events to bring
ubuvii   '��   'v*r��w^ot!.\va\    moment,    tot
roa\Mtfg,*"!**t*��a��e.      ' The   troubled
political  condition   ct   Poitu-;a.l   may
bring that about sooner thatn at pres
��nt seetui'^roJtiliV'.
Couple  Went  Through Ceremony
Joke That Proved Birring.
Bridegport,    Conn.,     March     3.���A
mock    marriage    that    after    twelve
years has turned out to be real is the
"cause of the suit for divorce brought
here by Dr. Howard P. Mansfield ot
Ridgefield, and Miss Clara Georgia of
Zanesville.    ln November. 1S9D, Miss
Georgia     was     visiting     friends    iu
Georgetown, Conn,, when she met Dr.
Mansfield. They stopped at the home
of one of the townsmen,  who was a
justice of the peace, and  Dr.  Mansfield jokingly  proposed  that they  go
through a marriage ceremony.   They
have not seen each other since that
time.    Recently  the physician learned that the ceremony is binding and
both agreed to divorce proceedings.
Honor Lost Among Thitves.
New York, March 3.���A robber who
robbed the robbers who stole $-5,000
from two bank managers in the financial district two weeks ago >vas ait-
erward twice robbed himself. Such
was. the chapter added tp the "taxi-cab
...    ,,,     ,,, .,,   ......  holdup   story"  by  the confession   of
struct along each side of the right of | Matteo Arbano yesterday,
way in these provinces and not less] Arbano gave himself up and (told
than 300 feet distant from the centre the police how he walked into a sa-
a fireguard consisting of a ploughed loon where the flve taxicab bandits
strip ot land not leBB than sixteen feet \ were dividing $lio,000 loot, and by
In. ���wtdtVt." TW�� tire guard must Y>e \ "pure blutt" wit given Vlu.uUO. A.s U,a
kept tree from dry grass, -weeds and 1 '"����� ***r* .��i����"
other   combustible   material   between
Hear a Hero
Dr. W. T. Grenfell,
C. M. G.
of Labrador Fame
Seaman, Doctor, Missionary Organizer, Author, Lecturer, will deliver
one of his famous illustrated lectures
CROWN
TimberJfcjnradingJ^
BRUNETTE   STREET,   SAPPERTON.
Lurrber.   Mouldings,   Laths    and   Shingles
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
PHONE   904. PROMPT   DELI\
ERY
vinces of Alberta and SasKatthe .van.
The order provides: "That every
railway company subject to the legislative authority of Canada operating steam lines in the Provinces of
Alberta and Saskatchewan shall, on
or before Aug.  1  of each year, con'
Tuesday, March 5
AT 8  P.  M.
Queens Ave.  Meth.  Church
SIXTH STREET
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
Under  Auspices  of  Y.   M.  C.   A.
Walker Bros. & Wflkie
Rooms 5 and 6, B. C. Electric Railway  Depot. Phone  1105.
SAPPERTON���Eight roomed house on Columbia street for $3500;
$2000 cash, balance to arrange.
LANGLEY PRAIRIE���Close to B. C. E. station, within fifty minutes"
ride of city���FORTY ACRES; thirty ready for plow, six slashed,
four standing alder; fenced. $275 per acre; onethlrd cash, balance to arrange.
Exclusive Sales
BEAUTY FROM
THE DESERT.
Scluptureaafif&Two Thousand   Years
Ago in Tripoli.
Four hundred years before the birth
of Christ an unknown Grecian sculptor in the city of Cyrene, in Tripoli,
carved a beautiful marble head of the
goddess Athene.
Cyrone tanisded trom the face of
the earth only some tombs and hait-
liurled ruins remaining���and for 2000
years the e:uui:;lie work of the scuip-
.tor who H.fcd bc.gre the Ptolomics lay
burieo ia lie wvOoa of the dead c^ty.
Laat year I'roiesEor Richard Norton,
excavating at v.yieue, dug up this relic of a lost ct.lliiation, ?nd to lay the
head of thc t.oddess. whom the Greeks
in old Cyrene worshipped is shown
for the flrst time to English eyes.
"Fortunate is the excavator," writes
Professor Norton, ln his preliminary
report just issued, "who can add to
the world's store of beauty an object
such aa this���from the best period of
Greek sculpture. The goddess wears
,the Corinthian helmet pushed b.ick
on her head, leaving a diadem of
heavy hair rippling across her broad,
serene brow, and gathered behind in
a simple, massive braid th.it falls on
the nape of her neck.
"Very striking Is the eonstrast of
the strong, unruffled curve of the helmet above the lovely face. The head
bends slightly to the left, like a flower
on its stem. The eyes are clear,
straight-looking, gentle; the cheeks
full, above, tho vigorous chili; the
mouth sensitive as the dew on the
grass, but strong and firm as one of
Nature's laws. A great individual
master was he who carved the face,
which looks at us across the age.-; of
vanished time with the tranquillity of
perfectly accomplished beauty."
A Wonderful  Statue.
A wondorfut statue of a woman
found ln the same place is. in timi-
larity of feeling, says Professor Nor-
.ton, strikingly like the famous Nike
of Samothrace.
"There is the same magnificent flrx
and flow of life," he writea, "the same
.grandness of design, the same mastery of execution, that enabled the
sculptor to represent a splendid large
.body which is neither clumsy nor
dumpy, and which, though heavily
draped, ia neither hidden nor swaddled by the garments that take life
from and flutter around the puking
shape within."
Once before, half a century ago, Cyrene was visited by excavators���two
:Enjlish officers���who returned with
sclupturos of astonishing beauty, now
In the British Museum. A British
consul afterwards brought homo some
flne painted vases from the tombs;
hut with these exceptions, Cyrene,
with ail lta hidden wealth of art, has
been left untouched from the davs
���jvhen Ara'is swert away its life, and
Aug. 1 and Dec. I of each year. A
penalty of $25 in addition't'o any civil
damage is placed uion any employee
of the companies who leaves gates
open or cuts fences, resulting in injjry
to cattle. The companies are subject
to a penalty of $100 for each infraction of the order.
To obviate   the   necessity  of   employees of railways  going-under engines   to   empty  ash   pans,  a  work
which endange.-s life, the board orders
that all engines  be equipped   before
Dec. 31, 1913, with ashpans which may i
be dumped without going underneath. I
No engine not so   e luipred   can   bo;
used after the date fixed bv thc or- i
der.
left the saloon be was Iti turn Weld
up by two companions and had tp divide with them,'
With $3000 left he fled to Havana,
Cuba, ln Havana he became ac plain t-
ed with a woman and alter a ni.u^i. ot
drinking said he tound hiinseli sEij&rt
$2000, which he alleged the woman
had stolen.
The police so far have recovered
only $2o00 of the original loot.
SOMETHING ABOUT THE ARTS.
A   Fantasy .In  Three   Acts,  By  John
I Galsworthy.
In The Pigeon, Mr. Galsworthy pursues the same path that he has so
steadfastly trodden in "The Silver
Box," in "Strife," and in "Justice,'
Bay8 The Times. He bi.ls us pity and
understand and succour the outcasts,
the disinherited of this world. He
shows us not only the sadness but
the irony of their fate; the break-
down of our social machinery in dealing with them; the need not for systems but for a new spirit. An apostle, then, he is, first and foremost, using art to awaken our consciences;
but it is always art that he uses���are
without base alloy, are with that quintessential poetry which wells up
when feelings are deeply stirred ancl
with that beauty which Is the outcome of clear and complete expression, Work of his "high emprise" und
so finely wrought is rare in the theatre; every one must feel grateful for
it, must feel that our stage is ennobled b.v it. But of course it Is
chastening, troubling, the very reserve of Joyous; there can thus be no
"thunders of applause" for lt, only a
quint, thankful appreciation. une |
paid lt, rather, the tribute of a sigh,
and went away pensive, and with certain old words about "charity" recurring obstinately in the mind. And in
that mood i.Mr. Galsworthy had his reward.
For It Ib of churity, "the greatest of
these," that "The Pigeon" eloquently
speaks; whimsically, too, and most
winnlngly. The charitable man is one
Christopher VVellwyn, whose pockets,
as his daughter Ann tells him. are
"spiritually���one enormous whole."
His charity comes of an immense and
abiding instinct for friendship. The
practical will call him a sickly sentimentalist. But, says he, it isn't sentiment. "If I'm to give up feeling sort
of nice in here (his breast) about people���it doesn't nritter "who" they are
���then I don't know what I'm to do.
I shall have to sit with my head in a
barr." Sympathy for the outcasts, just
friendliness, liking, is what he feels.
"I suppose they see I like them���then
they tell me things. After that, of
course, you can't help doing what yoa
can.'   He falls into talk with them In
Paddled   With   Hat.  I
Bellingham, March 3.���Bob "Shields
yesterday luuncne.i a home-made 14-
toot launch, anu .n his zeal to show
the speed of his handiwork, (raided
far out into the bay; there the engine stopped. As Mr. Shields had
neglected to take along a pair of oars
he was compelled to row his craft
ashore, using his hat as a padfile. The
operation, which took about three
hours was viewed by a vociferous multitude, none of whom offered to come
to his aid.
The Appearance of Evifii
"Sister   Henderson,"   sail   Deacon
Hypers, "you should avoid even  the
appearance of evil."
"Why, deacon, what do you mean?"
asked Sister Henderson.
"I observed that on your sideboard
you have several cut-glass decanters
and that each of them is half-fil ed
with what appears to be ardent spirits."
"Well, now, deacon, It Isn't anything
of the kind. The bottles look so pretty on the sideboard that I just 'tiled
them half way with some floor stain
and furniture polish, ju&t for appear-
ances."
"That's why I am cautioning you,
sistpr," replied the deacon. "Feeling
a trifle weak and faint, I helped myself to a dose from the big bottle In
the midule."���London Telegraph.
"We women may not know some
things, but we have Eoms sense oi'
business  honor,"  said   Mra.  Blithers.
"Do you mean to tell me thst we
have no sense of business honor in
public life now?" demanded Blithers.
"Well, my dear," said Mrs. Blithers,
with a superior smile, "facts speak toi-
themselves. Do you consider this businesslike? Tfcis paper says that .'OOti
bills were presented to congress in
tho first nine daily sessions. I believe this paper is reliable."
"Perfectly," said Blithers, "but what
of it? Suppose 20,000 bills were pre.
sented hi that time?"
"What of it? What of it?" cried
Mrs. Blithers. "You surprise me, even
if you are a man. Do you think it
businesslike to have that number Of
bills, all in nine days, too?"
Blithers scratched his head In
plexity.
"How would you'women stop it?"
he demanded.
"How would we stop it?" said Mrs.
Blithers scornfully. "Why, we
wouldn't have any hills at all. We'd
pay cash as we went along."���Lippin-
cott's.
COMPLE
per-
SWAMPED!
The marvellous selling of the first two days of our
sale ofthe
*
Gordon Bankrupt Stock
was far in excess of our most sanguine expectations.
We anticipated a goodly number would take advantage of our offerings, but was not prepared for the
crowds which have thronged the big store. To those
whom we were unable to serve, owing to insufficient
sales force, we apologise and say, come again.
TODAY
we will endeavor to serve all patrons promptly.
Lipes will be on display, with many unheard of
gains for you to choose among.
New
Bar-
FRED DAVIS
THE MAN WHO SAVES YOU MONEY
Cliff Block 6th St.. near Columbia MONDAY,  MARCH   4,   1912.
1   * J ******* "
THE PAILY NEW3,
==
HL
INTEREST INTENSE
IN HOCKEY GAMES
Tuesday Night's Gams at Vancouver
Should Have Important Bearing
on Final Result.
9*
WAS RAGGED GAME
ON MUDDY GROUND
"For the last time this seaaen, unless
the unforeseen happens, the Westminster and Vancouver hockey team*]
will clash at the Arena rink tomorrow evening. ThiB match has an important bearing on the league championship, inasmuch as a victory by
Westminster will practically put Vancouver out of the rannlng. In order to
break even and tie with Weatmlnster,
the Terminals would have to win the
last fixture of the season, on March
16, and Westminster would have to
drop their two games with the Victoria septette. Ab Jimmy Gardner's
crowd has usually found Lester Patrick's bunch fairly easy this season,
it ls unreasonable to suppose that they
canct at least take one of Unl |lv,.J
last games.
Word was received yesterday by
P. W. Luce, secretary of the local
club, that the wearers of the orange
.and black, would go on the ice tomor.
low evening determined to wipe out
that awful beating of a week ago,
when Krank Patrick's men trounced
tbe Gardner gang to the tune of nine
to two. On that occasion the Westminster men were distinctly off color,
aome of tho boys uot seeming able to
get going at all. Ernie Johnson, ln
particular, was ln the inbad class,
while McLean and Gardner were also
keeping time to the "Dead March In
Saul" in the ice gyrations. Lehman.
who usually keep the rubber out of
danger /.one, felt ashamed of himseli
after the game, and vowed that ho
would get the Westminster crowd on
its collective feet at the next rencontre.
The walloping sustained last week
was entirely due to one of those re
versals ot form which are apt to happen at any time, but it gave the Willie W'lse crowd a great opportunity
to cry "Fake" and "Frame-up."
Any way you look at It, the man
who wants to see evidence of a frame-
up in the Pacific Coast Hockey
League ls going to find a chance to
holler, "I told >ou bo'.' If Vancouver
���vins the championship and goes east
After the Stanley Cup, it's something
like this:
"Sure, framed up from the start.
Frank Patrick is manager and told
the others he had to captain the winners.    Easy."
Supposing Victoria wins (there Is
.still a chance no Digger than the plam
of a man's han.l) it's the same story:
"Lester's the captain of the Victorias. He had to win to make the
.sport take good in the Capital.
Frame-up."
And after the season ts over and the
Paterson is filling a widely advertised gap in a mahogany cabinet in
the public reading room of the Carnegie library, this will be the song:
"Only way It could be doped out
without the publlc getting wise. That's
the only time Westminster'll win anything in this league. Oh, they cant
fool ME."
What are you going to do to please
this crowd?
Tickets for Tuesday's game were
on sale at Ryall's Drug store and at
Duncan's Cigar store on Saturday
-evening. As usual, arangements have
been made by the secretary for special
cars on which holders of tickets will
be given free transportation. Persons
-not having tickets will not be permitted to ride on these cars.
The cars will leave the B. C. E. It.
depot at seven o'clock sharp and will
return to this city shortly before midnight.
Rovers Lose Imperial Cup to Thistles
by 7-2���Rough  Play and Damaged Players.
Saturday waB a black day for West
minster on the soccer rleld. The
Kovers went under to the Thistles in
tne final of the imperial cup bjt seven
goals' to two, ttnd the Senior Amateurs
were beaten by the V. A. C. by three
goals to nothing.
The Imperial cup final was played
at Recreation Park with the ground in
wretched condition, lbe mud and
water were inches deep, and in places
lt was almost impossible to move the
ball out of the slough. These conditions militated against tbe Kovers'
chance of success, as they tcok tbe
field with much the lighter team, and
the long kicking game of the Thistles
was well adapted to the muddy ground.
The Rovers, too, never Beemed- to flnu
their form and were certainly outplayed on tbe day's exhibition. In the
second half the Thistles roughed the
game considerably, but Referee Phillips did1 not see fit to put any of tbe
men off.
The Thistles were the first to
score, Matthews and Doull both netting the leather shortly after the
start. Rovers then made a. spurt, and
Walker headei through a nice centre from the right wing. Thistles,
however, were soon back again in
front of the Westminster goal, aad
Bell found Sampher, who wub right
off his form, at fault again and scored
the third goal for hls side. The game
now became very ragged, and the ball
was generally in the Rovers' territory.
Walker got badly kicked on the back
of the leg, and was lame for most ot
PAGE FIVB
f
HE
$I5^SUITS SATISFY
731   COLUMBIA    STREET
EUROPEAN CAPITAL
Furnished for attractive enterprises
in all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water and
Electric Powers, 'rrigatlona, Timber,
Mining, Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond, Debenture and Stock Issue*
Underwritten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and Investment.
Financial Undertakings of all sorts
handled.
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted for
execution ln any European country.
Correspondence enclosing full details at first writing Invited.
The International Bankers Alliance
14-16-18 Bloomsbury St., London, Eng.
the Btreets. The mutineers who left
Peking for Pao Ting Fu yesterday
and whom Yuan Shi Kal orderei to
be arrested or killed, have been Joined by many of the soldiers here. They
have looted a great part of Pao Ting
Fu and burned large areas.
Feng Tal, 22 miles from Peking on
the railroad to Tien Tsin, was looted
Central Park^ ent
One acre close to Park and Tram Statlob; 188 feet by 248 feet.
Price $3000
Aldergrove
t \<t !�����>;��.-'
��� .vmmLiuQ in;
���ll   lo   -�������?,���. �����>
One hundred and sixty acres close to Aldergrove.    Extra flne iand.
Some good timber. ""1 ;!"1 '
Price $60.00 Per Acre
by another gang of mutineers.    Brit-
j ish troops gunrding the railroad there
the  match, and  several of'theT other ' protected the women    and    children,
Westminster   players   were   more  or   but th�� mutlnoers burned a'.l   build-
less hurt.    Cairnduff    made    a nice. inga.
AL. W. GILLIS, manager.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Starting March 4.
'     T.  LAWRENCE  8IEBERT
Author of "Casey Jones".    The
song that has been    sung    by
millions of people. Mr. Slebert
will be assisted by
MI88 JIM LORENZ
America's Popular Coon-
' Shouter.
DARRO AND ROLFE
Comedy Acrobats, late of Ring-
ling Circus.
LOUISE BYRD
Illustrated Song.
3���NEW PHOTO PLAY8���3.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
J. J.2JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL 8TEAME88, SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool. ,,
Largest and Finest Mail Steamers from Canada
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA/     '"   "' '   "*"
New Triple-Screw *8.S. Laurentic.     New Twin-Screw '*-8.> Megantic.
'Turbine and Reciprocating Engines,   wmmuh
Last word ln shipbuilding.   Electric elevators, electrlv he.atprs, skilled orchestra, wireless and deep sea signaling apparatus.      '
First-class, $92.50; second-class, $53.75;    third-class,    (dosed    rooms),
$32.50. " ������''" ���'<' *
Comfort at moderate rates by excellent one-class (11),cabin service.
8.8. Twin-Screw 'TEUTONIC, S.S. Twbv8cr(ety CANADA,
582 feet long. 514 feet long.
���Largest, fastest steamer Canadian-Liverpool I one-cUss (li) cab.n
service. ''���' ''
Best accommodation given $50.00 up, third-class (closed rooms>, $31 23.
Company's Office, Room "B" Bailey Building, 8econ4 apd Cb*rry 8*--.
Seattle, or H. E. Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, and W. F. Butcher, G. N.
R.
piece of play in the secon :1 half,
which resulted In Shawcross Scoring,
but Thistles  held    the    upper hand
A    serious    recrudescence   of   disorder occurred today when a detach-
throughout.    The    kicking"' of  their [ ment of artillery, headed by a band,
backs was superior to that of the
Westminster men, and their left wing
particularly put In some good forward work.
MARTIAL LAW IN
PEKIN PROCLAIMED
Forejgn      Legations      ProparinT    for
Sieae--British  Protecting Women
and Children.
Peking, March 3.���President Yuan
L us Kal has virtually admitted thai
he is unable to preserve order In the
capital when be summoned republican
troops from Nanking.
It is probable that General Ll
Yuan Hung, former commander-in-
chief of the rebel army, will accompany tbe troops here to put down thu
disorders with an iron hand.
The foreign ministers here, after a
conference, have decide* to bring
Into Peking all the available foreign
troops stationed in adjacent ports in
Ciuna. A force of looo troops of various nntlonalltles wlll arrive here today.
Although parties belonging to tbe
army commanded by Chang Huai
Shlh last night were themselves engaged In looting, they fought the
looters yesterday in the outskirts ol
the city. Prisoners they took were
summarily decapitated and many
headless bailies are lying in the
streets. In the distant part of the
Forbidden City considerable trouble
occurred. Whole streets of shops
were looted and many houses 'were
set on fire. The civilian population
bas armqd and fortified private prem
ises, while barricades were erected ir.
���8ENIOR AMATEURS         '
BEATfeN BY V. A. C.
marched to the palace of Duke Kuei
Hsiaii, father of the empress dowager.
and anelled down the gate. They
lootoj mucb property and burnel a
I portion of the palace.
Martial law, which has been proclaimed in the capital, is operating
successfully. At 10 o'clock this morning quiet prevailed near the legations,
but continual cannonading was heard
tn the direction of Feng Tai, with
vhlch communication has betn cut off
Temporarily. A detachment of American troops is due at 8:30 o'clock thl3
evening. The legations ;.ro preparing
'or a siege. Direct attr.^s on thc
legation here are not feared, but tho
Chinese troops possess many modern
guns, which might be used effectively
Li turned on the legations.
By the dynamltltig': ot the bridges
ou the Hankow railway and because
of the fighting along the Tien Tsin
:inc, Peking temporarily ls out of
communication with these places.
The forei;n guard along the railway,
will be increased. The diplomat!'/
body held a conference last night an/
considered that steps for the restoration and maintenance of communication with Tien Tsin. The river is
now open, therefore it may not be
necessary to guard the line between
Tien Tsin and Chlnwang Tao, and it
would be possible to reach the sea by
way of the river.
Edith���What did you say to George
when he proposed?
Maud���I asked for time ts consider;
lt was bo unexpected, you know.
Edith���It always is, dear, when one
has given up all hope.���Tit-Blts.
Patron���Waiter, what ls the matter
wtth this establishment? This steak
is burnt black.
Walter���Yesseh. Mark er , respec'
seh. Our chef done died yestlddy!���
Puck. J
YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS
Get the utmost care lf handed ln to
our dispensers. Our checking system
makes it practically impossible to
make a mistake.
We put In exactly what Ib ordered,
and charge a fair price for these in-/
gredients.
You know it is absolutely safe if dispensed at
Davies' Pharmacy
YOUR PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
Phone 40. Cliff Block.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C*;
Are well stocked up with all kinds an<|grades of
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
N. BEAIIDSLEE,
Vice-President
W. F.,H* BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and
Whni,-' -lc Dealers At I
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce kur??her
Phonss No. 7 and 877.  8hlno��es, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc
^^^^PI]
HOCKEY!
Westminster
cpa
i   ,i,i
li/IW.
The Senior Amateurs had no better
luck on Moody square against the V.
A. C. than the Rovers bad at Recreation park.    Here again    the   ground
was In bad shane, tbe mud in front
-of the two goals being at least four
inches deep.   It   was   a   fairly   fast
jjame, however, but the local players
did not seem   able    to score.   They
had a good share ot the game, but
threw' away several, good chances In
front of goal.   V. A. C. scored once ln
the flrst half and twice ln the second.
This defeat does not nut Westminster out of the running altogether, bu:
they  will have to win pretty nearly
-everything in sight lt they expect to
come  out ahead of  the  rest at the
-close of the league.    At present they
Are standing third in the competition,
-Coquitlam still being in flrst place.
Eanior Amateur Standing.
Goals
P. W. L! D.  P. A
���Coquitlatn .   ,15 12   2" 1
Cedar Cottagel4   9
Westminster  14 10
V.  A.  C.   ...U2   9
8
7
r>
4
Thistles 14
B. C. K. R....1K
St. Andrews.. 14
West Fnds ..16
Tf2nd High.  ..15
���Centrals .. . .18
3 12
Bitten by .a Dead Doa.
Olymcia, March 3.���Secretary H. L,
HinrMey, of the Industrial Insurance
Commission, says the olairo put in by
Fred W. Davis, a conductor on a Bea-
���con Hill Etreet car, ln Seattle, for compensation for a bite inflicted by "a
dead dog" holds the record to date.
The dead dog that too* a "chaw" out
of tho pedal extremity of the conductor \vas not dead but had just been
Tun over and stunned.    |
FELL FROM     .   v,
A HAY LOFT
Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys
UntB He Tried Gm Pills
Hut there irere ��o bon��. brok.a.   "" ���'ij   ,, j, ��"���a,. wKb ��� .pruned
-** fel ^S&3Ss&^ to get relief tan ta. P^ere
are his own words. Act*svii.lb, Oj��t.
-I have been a great suCcrcr   taWg
V,,t���-p Buffcrine    I waa advised to try GIN
Intense ��f����fr   * J ise> after taking
5SS��J She pa&s ^Vh^/g]
bcran to feci bcttcr/lam etilLtaking GIN
PirLLS and feci sure 1.will* c��m^ *<&
erred.   1 recommend GIN PJ1^ n ii-rn
Ser from any Kidney Trouble". C. BAKER.
You see, the fall had strained the
kidneys and they^��^^ *�� *if
slightest chill. GIN PILLS immedj.
ately strengthened &�� kldac>;':7
soothed any frtitatfon ^^uscnabled
the kidneys to overcome the eSccts ��f �����������..
If you are having pain ia tho back-or trouble
With kidneys or blsd&Tthipurfi ���^����&
wo-k-do fust as Mr. Caker d:J-tekeCIN PILLS*
Thcvwi-lhc!-, you-cu�� you-cr we Vil promptly ^��Bg��S�� have
"   Ks at yoirdedcr's.   If, pita taking them,yon feci th.t_CanM�� nave
><
VS.
t MARCH S
'  < ' ' '��� . '
..'at    . '
���������>$**'���-. ��i; .
,i wioii'l  '*'t
���:    >' Hilt   tWB   '���*<'
'���'I'J *7l  f��.1ilt.ltt ��� ���
,'   JlotlOY,    "-ir".*"-
.liOUfcui .:(!���!;    I
ki iimt !i'bi-(..���*
iiio'ii  few.* >.���
p   .sntftjfi ������
i:Mi  aoltkniw't
(���������jkjI   ii;:^;i
i;.''>!i|h  iU.il '
hot ..'.iii.
.   lyiattuni ,vfu ���
oil  TO.'! ''u U-:
, I   B��i*h'n   ���
.'::;���     .  ��� ��� ���'
��� .Ol  '(i'i    ���.- ���
.7.1 ���:   ������<
.uv.' ���    ������
m
Special Care Provided For All Ticket Hers
.i
A CA3 PALL
��� '-��� fco-ca at vour dciicr-s.   ii, aucr wkidk ����"��� *tw'"* "<v�� will take vour
^wdtt^^torfC-idi.Ltahci.DeptBO Toronto ,
* NATIONAL. LAZY   LIVER .PILLS regulate Oe bowel, and cu e
ConsUpaVion.Eillo^cssandlndigestiou.. ��c.abo*.
Mr,   Ojpll
'(.V'^W   ^
.*.<��� ������'���.���.'..:��� 8
Apifii   jr;.!- tU''
- , ,,*.  .
ml ..
*t   Dl    .-'it;
\   .
Tickets on Sale at Ryalfs Drug Store and
at Duncan's Cigar   Store.    Price $100
m Hamn**"********'*** *** '
���     PAGE SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH  4,   1912.
I
Harbor   Lights.
For around the turn of the road is
that which wc most desire, and ever
the road turns.
Ah!   many mariners go down to tbe
-  sea In mighty ships,
And many a sailor tempts the tide
alone;
Their hearts' expectancy    at last   Is
quenched in death's eclipse,
They   sink   "unknelled,   uncoffined
and unknown."
AnJ many a vigil still is kept and bitter tears are shed
By patient eyes.that scan the sunset foam;
For those, with softer accents let the
burial rites be read.
Who sank in sight of harbor lights
and home.
Though sad is he who sails away to
seek a sunny isle
.   That basking lies in deep-empurpled
seas,
And never gains the port he sought,
and buffeted meanwhile
^ By adverse thles and long-delaying
breeze.
j '   v-' ��� ���
Yht ones lo whom my sympathy goes
out all unrestrained
Arc those who mark   at   eve   the
city's dome
Rise from the world of waters, an.l
the haven almost gained.
Go down in Eight of harbor lights
and home.
���Alcnzo L. TtL'e.
REDWOOD   LOG   AGES   OLD.
A Vigilant Unceasing
Cleanliness
at every individual
stage of its
preparation
1!
CEYLOirrEA, irs SO GLEAN, IT COULDN'T bb clbaner
BLACK, MIXED OR NATURAL OREEM .: -^
SEALED PACKAGES* ORLY "^f^f SaTt ��
FREE Sample mailed on enquiry-Address:   SALADA, Toronto
������������^���RJ���������1ww������in     in     i i     ii��� ��� -m . ii
*beirworks she Nye
^ know them
Rcrrairs of  Burls-!   Forest   Founi   In
Csl fornia.
San Jose, March 3.���More 'Xxxs* LS9
feet beneath the floor ot tbe Sttta
Clan Valley are buried tbe rWMftM
of a prehistoric redwvxsl (teast, ac-��
cording to the theory ot Unm wkot
have examined ranttta *t j* '*���-
which is beinc mak aa ts!l: V M C
A. i ro: erty i'i 8*rt�� Chia &****%
Embedded in ;::ti-'>; eiaji *:i.t tos -vii
encoun'e.ed at ,   ,: K .. *        .*'     ���
The remnant* ��t ill* anft&Mti Imaa
are in excellent eomtttiJnn, sad w.'-l
be preserved care'u^y
lt    is  believed UM   ij^ciewii*   otf
great   scientific tawr*-*1:  ou?  ha   aos*j
earthed.
99
On the ment of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture which is the inheritance of generations, make A
MEI
good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches t<
Thetr efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.   They
��� are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed. ���
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
va
m
\lt*
are  guaranteed  ^^er t,ne   P^ire  iood  laws ot
Canada.     Made   by   a   perfect   mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
The New  Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of the
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at 10G0  ALBERT STREET,  MONTREAL
Try The
Taste Test
Try Mooney Biscuits with any others. Let the taste of each be
the judge and decide which you like the best. Mooney Biscuits have
the largest sale in Canada. Their incomparable flavor alone would
command it. Their appetizing crispness and inviting deliciousness is
simply irresistible.
Here in our famous sunlit sanitary factory, with its hundreds of skilled
employes���its C40 windows���its 3 miles of floor space, we create this
perfect soda cracker.
Mooney's Perfection
&
X
^m^'*;M
Cream Sodas
%'&
v-i    -���������   "*������.'���'���'   "���'/*>*   ���*���'' ���'-'     *       \* *.%
x
In   six short years Mooney Biscuits have jumped into popular      \��^��':;,"il|w��>!
favor throughout thc entire Dominion.    You will understand why when
m
^-
���M
you cat them for the first time. \\ '* '**.;���    ���'���;��i-&&'"
You can get Moonc7 Biscuits   at yonr  grocer'3, fresh   and   naky^f^ffl^Jj
in damp-proof wax paper lined packages.
Try some today���their taste will please you.
T~o Ihcnej Biscuit Si Candy Co., Ltd., Stratford, Canada
li^'\'ti^lJgSV*^7ir^tr
-���^^'"'������'���'faihi.i '7^7' .a',-^���  '���������'
:���> ��� *.:   ,..*:*.. jrarr*^-  ***:.-.--
iftfnr,.
'��M9ffiM%^M'��x
Persistency
Is a necessary attribute to
the most successful kind of
advertising. The effect of
an advertisement is sustained by one following it.
Advertising
. Can never be overdone as
long as you can deliver the
goods, and it means as
much to your business as
fire in a locomotive. Steam
will generate so long as the
fire is  stoked and  water
kept in the boiler.
The Daily News
Is a proven medium that
will bring your advertisements in it the most satis-
satisfactory results.
The Readers of The Daily
News are a class worthy of
your most persistent efforts
to secure and retain their
patronage and esteem*
aczzMciss ayron ���; * ms
jr-j-mi^yrty^r-Tx^a^Jr- m **%j���5 kTj;-^����ikjmmmb������| ���. MONDAY,  MARCH  4,  1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAO* BEVBIf.   '**
I LOVE YOU FOR KEEPS
From the Unique Musical Play <
"A WINNING MISS"
Book and Lyrics by
HAROLD RICHARD ATTERIDOE
Motlerato.
Music by
WM. FREDERICK PETERS
Composer of "TUB MAYOR OF TOKIO" etc.eto.
(
il
*EE3-^Efe
J Jftu
hJC
3HH
you've cliauged it     all     And
'[hf
3
.wb^. , I       had     a     fall,     I       fell      in      love   with     yon.     For
right      on    the  fencj^ Please stop    this    bus-pense,   Just love
ui iiivo     w 11,11        vuu.        iur
me   "for    keeps"   too.      For
Elii^E^
*
1. Now    I      ad - mit    that I've met  quiw   a      lot     of     puis,        And   they   havo ap-pealed   to
2. It's strange what love makes  a      fel   -  low       think and    do, My   sched - nle's   turmed     a-
i ' i   ���        ��� ���-.'! ******m******m  	
tnf  ralL
!��S5
-#*���     ���#*���   , "#*     ���#*
a tonpa
i
.j* .0*---.**
aryta
:3r^s
tne,
round,
-~< ���
3=2
=*
CHORUS.
Moderutn.
W
-m-
ZSSl
=Jr
I      love    you   "for   keeps,"        dear,     Cross    my    heart    I...
���cr
do,
SEE*
31
p-/ -=
tee
2^:
CS
~G>-
Tf*
*
3E
=t
_���#���w���g -,^-
i
r^r
SI
-��>-
���      - ip ���
They've been tens - mg    and pleas - ing   with   man - ner      sweet,
It's all    wor   -   ry     aud   flur   - ry      to    think    a   -   bont,
And   real
Just how
nice
sol
too,      I    must      a
id  is       in
gree....
ground.
And though  I      liked     Just   thnt  kind       of     so
A      smile from   your     eves   anil      I am     in
-*fc
  - ������   ^tgf'f
Eeal  - ly,      tm - ly,        all      the    time,  Like     two     and     two    are four,
*=��
1 I
��k
\a^m^
^El
sa
-���t
���M *&=Z*J=
rrt
5
3==T-
wm
fe^g
tSa=
i
;���1
-V���2-
E'J J ��M
ii?:
-<a��- �����
3B
1
I     love  you "for  keeps" d<ar     And     a   whole lot     more.
l\ ��� '   ���      ���        -    '     !���^
more.
#1���   a    ��
Copyright, MCMVIII, by LEO. FEIST, 134 West 37th St., New York
International Copyright and Performing Rights Secured and keserved
" THINE IT OVER MARY "���The Suwi'i March Sons Hit
Us*d ".,y permiision, MURRAY MUSIC Co., New York
/
^^m^^^^th^^
No. 2**>8
I Love You For Keeps,
!�����. *a
Wo. 358.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
J. O. O. F. AMITV LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 87, I. O. O. F��� ia held e\ery Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. H. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; Jame3
Ferguson, P. G.. recording secretary; R. B. Purdy, financial secretary. _^____^_____���______
STENOGRAPHY    *    TYPEWRITING
MI8S M. BROTEK, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, otc; circular work Uken.
Pbone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce. Colnmbia b..
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R ��8. Room,
Trapp block.
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, CoJumbU street
Cable Address- "Stonaok." Code:
Western Union. Telepnone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson. 	
AVHITESIDE & EDMONDS-Barris
ters and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BAHRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
tWADE, WHEALLEK. McQUARRlE *
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitor!
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and I
Gulchon block, corner Columbia an.
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ol
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie. G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710. _���	
JO ARD OF TRADE���NBW WfcittT
minster Board of Trade meet* In the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of eaob month;
quarterly meeting on the tntro
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at �� p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any montn
lv or quarterly meeting. O. H.
Btuart-Wade, secretary.
NEW    WESTMINSTER    MAIL
Arrival: Closing
10:60���Vancouver  via  G.   N.  R.
 23:00
7:40���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
11:00���Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).16:00
18;no���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).20:30
7:40���Victoria vln B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 11.16
10:60���Victoria via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday). 11:15
7:80���United States via O. N. R.
(dally except Sunday).. 9.46
16:16���United States via G. M. R-
(dally except Bunday)..16:00
11:40���All points east and Europe    (dally)    8:16
22:43���All points east and Europe (dally)   13:16
11:40���Sapperton   and   Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Suuday)    8:16
18:10���Sapperton    and    Fraser
mills     tdally     except
Sunday)     ��� 14:00
11:40���Coquitlam      (dally    except Sunday)     8:15
12:00���Central Park, McKay and
Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       H-16
14:00���East Burnaby (dally except Sunday    14:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)       13:30
19:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday,      Wednesday
and Friday    H'-OO
0:00���Ladner,     Port    Guichon,
Westham   Island, Bun"
Villa  13:'0
10:00���Annieville   and   Sunbury
(dally  except  Sunday).13:30
0:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    13-30
16:45���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..14:20
15:60���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via G.  N.   R.   (dally except  Sunday) 14:00
11:20���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday; Friday and Sat-
day 14:00
11:20���Tynehead  (Tuesday   and
Friday)        .14:00
7:40���Burnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
18:10���Abbotsford, Upper Sumas,
Matsqui,      Huntingdon,
1   etc.   (daily except Sunday)  23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (daily except
Sunday) 9:45
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
11-20���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehmaa, Aldergrove, Otter. Shortreed, Surrey
Centre,Cloverdale,Lang-
ley Prairie, Murray vllle,
Strawberry Hill, South
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan. Sardis, Sperling Station,
Bradner, Bellerose, via
B. C. E. R. (dally except Sunday)   9:00
11:20���Rand, Majuba Hill via
B. C. E. R. (Monday
Wednesday and Friday        9:00
20:30���Chilliwack via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 17:30
11:20���Abbotsford, Huntingdon,
via B. C. E. R. (daily
except Sunday)   17:30
16:60���Cloverdale   via   B.C.E.R.
(daily except Sunday).17:30
12:00���Fraser Arm   23:00
^Bi^j___^<
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B. C. Coasl Service
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SH tb 86 H. P.
8 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phons  68.
Tenth  St.,  New  Wsstmlnstsr.
FROM VANCOUVER.
For   Victoria.
10:90 A .M Daily except Tuesday
1:00 P. M Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
2 p.m Daily except Sunday
For  Seattle.
10:00 A. M Dally
11:00 P. M Dally
1      For Prince Rupert and Alsska
11 P.M March 9th, 19th, and 29th
I        For Queen Charlotte Islands.
' 11 P.M March 2nd, 16th snd 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 and Saturday.
For Gulf Islands Points.
7:00 A. M. Friday for Victoria, calling at Gallano, Mayne, Id., Hope Bay,
Port Washington, Ganges Hr.. Gulch-
eon Cove, Beaver Point, Fulford and
Sidney Id.
to ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P   A.   Vancouver
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 8lxth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WE8TMINSTER : B.C
Choice Beef, Mutton,
lamb, Pork and Veal
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
�� RAILWAY CO
AT THE
Central Meat Market
BOWELL * ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Water*,   Aerated Water*
Manufactured by
. J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 667.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Pine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market 8quare, New Westminster.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  (Paid-Up)   .. .*15,413,000.00
RESERVE   *15,000,(X*W>0
Branches througooui Canada' and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
Isnd, New Tork, Ch'.ago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A genera
banking business transacted. Let
tei a ot Credit lsautd. - available wltt
;orrespondentB la all parts of tht
vorirl. 1
8nvlnKS Bank Djpsrtnieni���Deposit*
ectved In sums of 11 and upward
tn* Interest allowel at 8 per cent, pe
inrtim  ipreae'it mte).
Total  Assets  over  1186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager
3-MILY TRAINS-3
Toronto Express leaves at 8:50
Ctii-ago Express leaves at  13:50
Impel ia: Limited Leaves at 19:40
Through   Pullman     Tourist     and
Diners.    For Reservations and rates
apply to
,..;, ED. GOULET, Agent
New Westminster
Or H. W." Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouvei
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU, CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
COAL
New
Wellington
'   JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 346.
Office, Front St.. Foot of Sixth.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   paid  up ��6,200,000
Reserve 7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending ln Canada
from the Atlantic to the PacUlc,
ln Cuba throughout the island;
also in Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica. Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in tho world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banklne facility.
New 'Wsstmlnstsr Branch,
Lawford Richardson, Mgr.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDERS ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BUSINESS  REUNIONS.
THE
Bank of Toronto
WiTH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND SATISFACTORY SERVICE, INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL
REST ...
.���4,600,000
.$9,600,000
NEW WESTMINOTERi    B, C
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
-V
M*
.! I
1 PAGE BIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  MARCH  4,  1912.
r
PRO O K
White rock notes.
L
City News
iTOf ve|jr\feb�� that there aro
*���' more Oreat Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Rantfee
sold than anyother range on the
markst,.^4��oo�� positive that It Is
the best; fj* '.>'
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three '/mea as long a3 a cheop
range,, but:it doesn't cost three
times as much.
jtotep & Lusby
flT'S
LIKE
THIS
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 LQNG TS YOUR FAMILY
IN DANGEft Of-BEING FORCED TO
FACE POVERTY AN INSURANCE
POLICY IS THE SAFEGUARD FOR
THEM. CAN YOU AFFORD TO
NEGLECT IT? COME IN AND TALK
IT OVER WITI} ME.
The Dundonald Methodist church
was formally opened yesterday morning. Rev. A. E. Roberta. Chilliwack,
president of the conference, was the
preacher.
Eighth street Bakery, fresh crumpets daily.   A? Hardman. Phone L159.
A concert of vocal and instrumental
music will be t'Kcn In tha Sixth
Avenue. Methodist churoh on Tuesday
evening, .March 12. The concert will
ho fciven by the choir of Sixth Avenua
Methodist church, Vancouver.
The Transfer resumes her regular
run on March tho first.
Dr. H. Hope, eye socialist, can
be consulted dally from 9:30 a.m. to 5
pm at (567 Columbia street, over
Curtis' Drug Store, or by Fho.ie 2%:*
\ college student name.'. MacDonald had his Bhou'.der dislocated on Friday bv being struck by the shot
which was being "put" by oue of the
other students. Ho is progressing
favorably.
Carnations, daffodils, violets, etc.,
also lots of potted plants at Tidy, the
.'.orlsts, new store on Sixth street. **
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edmands returned Irom Ottawa yesterday morn-
lng. Mr. Bdmon-.'.s has been away for
the past month. During his alienee
Mr. Whiteside acted us police magistrate.
New three roomed house on Sherbrooke street, with 33x112 foot lot,
wired for light; water on Btreet. ?1175,
$250 cash. Reid, Curtis & Dorgan
N'ew Westminster, B. C. **
The question of Irish Homo Rule
will be debated ln St. Andrews lecture
hall tonight under the auspices of the
Young Peoples Society. Everyone interested In this much discussed problem is invited to attend.
Alfred W. McLeod
Ti:0
l^SURAm'&Y
Phone   62,
657 Columbia St.,
New  Westminster,
Sulphur, Blue Stone, Lye, Arsenate of Lead���and anything
else in this line. Any Quantity
ALSO
FRESH SEEDS
NOW IN
A chimney fire occurred about 8:30
p.m. on Saturday at tho house of N.
Burdie at the coiner of Royal avenue
and Second street. Flre halls 2 anl
3 turned out in answer to the call,
nnd the extinguishers quickly put out
the flre. Very little damage was done.
Hear Dr. Wilfred Grenfell on "The
Rescue of Labrador" at Queens
Avenue .Methodist church next Tuesday evening, March 5, under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. Tickets on
sale at White, Shiles & Co., and the
Curtis drug store. Admission fifty
cents. **
As a result of the recent visit of ,
T>r. .Mtme.H IVrowtv. reuTe��wtttatlve ol l
tYie \utenrnnt\onnA "Y. M. C. A., commit- 1
tee as physical director. It \s probable j
th.it the Y. M. C. A. will grant tho !
rise ot their splendid swimming tank j
on certain occasions to the public
Bchool boys of the city Tor the purpose I
of imparting instruction tn swimming ]
What Is life without good eyesight,
and how many people are attfferlng to i
day from headaches caused by defec- ]
the vision. Why not have your eyes
tester! by a graduate optician; have
your glanea made to suit your sight.
and relieve yourself of those headaches. Satisfaction eaiaranteei by W.
Gifford, graduate optician, optical
I arlors in T. Gifford's Jewelry
Store. *��
Tonight will take place the first annual r&nnd-uj) of members of thc Y.
M. C. A. The program will bp as follows: Musical prelude, Y. M. C. A.
orchectra; reading, Mr. F. n. Birch-
field: banjo so'o, Mr. A. Ovenbtiry:
short address, Mr. c. R. Bayer, traveling secretary Western Canada; special
high bar work by leaders' corps. A
number of interesting events are bein.a
planned for in tbp swimming pooi.
consisting of swimming races between
thp intermediates and High school
an 1 seniors and dormitory men. fancy
.11. intr, cand'o 'ace and duck hunt. Re- ,!
frcshments will be served by the ,
ladles of St. Andrews church.
Activity is the watchword at White
Rock these days; lumber and building
material Is coming down from New
Westminster by ^he Carload, and
teams from the Hunter Mill, company
at hazelmere, and the-'Morrison Milt
Company at .Blaine, are hauling It
here every day.
Upwards of a dozen new houseB
have been contracted tor by the various builders, amongst which might be
mentioned a lurfee up-to-date uimyu-
I0\v lor George dlakiey and a 60x40
three-story residence lor T. Kennedy.
T hese 'latter are now being erected by
Barr and hetherington, wno have
Tour nieu working.,
J. Chlsholni and the Hughes Bros.,
of Vancouver are well under Way with
their buil'Jings near'th'e dfepot; John
.Matthews will commence in a day or
to, and W. Wade, recently from London, England, haB given instructions
for the erection of a house for himself and family.   v j
An enterprising flrm have announced their intention of putting up a garage before the summer season opens,
and on all the townBlte additions as
well as on the townsite proper, men
are nt work burning, clearing and improving the vat ious properties ln
many ways.
Activity, too, is shown by the G. N. I
R. Co. surveyors are making lines for j
u considerable amount of extra track
in connection with a  larger  switch,
the  new depot  and  Provincial  Gov- j
ernment offices.       . >
In matters religious also, the same I
spirit of progress is shown by the fact'
that the Rev. W.' W. Colpitts, resi-,
dent Methodist minister, has been en-:
abled to purchase an organ for his J
Sunday services, which at presient are j
held in the school house. Indict-)
tions, therefore, all point to 1912 be-j
ing a banner y.ear in the history of i
this'young burg. . ' .   |
Tho only no'.q of discord    is    the
almost unfriendly indifference of tho j
Surrey Municipal Council toward the ,
heeds of this growing district in regard to road appropriations.   Some of,
the members of that honorable body
frankly state  that they h-ive no desire to finance matters favorably for
this distiict.
The man on the street, however, un
derstands that should this unwise policy be persisted In, stops will be taken
to remove White Rock township
from the juilsdiction of Burrey Municipality.
The optimistic spirit of this district,
fostered aa It Is by the bracing
breezes from Semlahmos Bay, is net
daunted by this one set-back, and
at the present time progress is rtill
tho watchword.
mjtiaSn
W^     I
i x^//vr/Tr^zz��
I STYLES
FOR THE NEW SEASON AT THE SMITH STORE
The ability to find and adept tho correct modes is the largest part of modern merchandising. The
Smith Store has this ability, ln generous measure. The newest and best models are constantly appearing in our departments, and many of these are strictly exclusive, The store is full of Spring GoodB and
you will enjoy a visit to the Suit section today.
Advance Styles in  Women*s Suits
Tweeds this season are very popular. The new Suits are shown in many pretty tone effects of
light greys, biscu:t and bro.vn3. One of the very latest cloths is the Kngiish whipcord. This is made
in models of tans and greys. The natty short coats have wide lai els fastened with buttons and frogs.
The skirts show the new style touches in plain tailored effects. We can fit almost any figure. No
charges made for alterations. See these beautiful new mode's at
$18.50   $20.00   $25.00   $30.Q0 to $50.00
New Homespun  Suitings
We ure showing a fine assortment of these serviceable fnbrics, so popular this season for smart tailored Suits. They are guaranteed qualities, made from very pure yarns and. give great satisfaction in
wear. The suitings como ln all the popular spring shades and color combinations, leather cyjxtures anl
two-tone effect*:   54 Inches wi le. I*��,,'-.,:. ���.'        _..,_.��� '
Special, Per Yard  $1.25
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. RI.
Member of  the  Incorporated  Society
oC Musicians   iKnglawA).    .
(Successor to Wre. tu>k\ihUcA TDoaQ
Visit the Wash Goods Counter Early Today if Possible.    Our Range
io a Surprise in Quantity, New Fabrics and Patterns.
fels Drug Store
For
PHOTO GOODS
8PECTACLES
8EEOS
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
New    Weetmlneter.    B    C.
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint    and    Musical \f |J f��[^ |fU R E
Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, 'etc., app'y   51    DuTferin
Street, Nev Westminster. I-hcne It-Ill.
B. & M,
Specials
Smoked Halibut, per lb 15c
B. & M. Brand  Kippered Salmon,
per Tb JJftj
Kippers and Bloaters, per lb 1(b
Loggle's Famous H.i Idle 2 lbs. for 25c
Frozen Salmon (half or whole), lh. Gc
Also a large variety of   Fresh   Fish.
537 FronT St.  -   Phone 301
Bought and SoM.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real Estate Apont.
421 Cofrn*i,ta St.
TALCUM POWDER
There are many kinds.
WE HAVE THE BEST.
Also the latest.   Try
MULFORD'S FLESH & WHITE
Exquisite Odor.
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
MOIR'S DRUG STORE
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columhla St.
V��w Westminster. B.C.
"Little Miss Fix It."
The seat Ule for "Little Miss Fix
It" which company plays In tho opera
house on Thursday night, opens this
morning at Tidy, the liorist's, store
on Sixth street. If the mall order advance sale Is any criterion of what
the house Is going to be. Manage]
Tidy will have a full house to greet
��� ia opening performance.
WELL-KNOWN CITIZENS
BUILDING   FINE   HOMES
Dr. It. E. Walker le reported to have
bought several lots on the corner of
First street and Fourth avenue, facing Queen's Park, lt is believed to be
his intention to build a flne residence
I for himself on this property.
Another prominent citizen who is
! building a fine homo is T. H. Barba-
I ree of the Dominion Trust Company.
He h.is chosen Third avenue, between
First and Second streets, for his location, and thestone foundations art
being laid.
Spinks���What mado him so annov-
ed?
Winks���He told his wife she had
no judgment, and she just looked
over him critically from head to foot.
and said she was beginning to realize
it.���Penny Magazine.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES
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-
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window Display
CHAMBERLIN
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and D.
THE
JEWELER
C. Electric Railway.
W. R. GILLEY, Phon* 122. Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 29V
Phone*, Office 15 and ie.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLOMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRU8HED ROCK,
WA8HEO GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8ANO, PRE88ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Tree Sprays
Lime and Sulphur     Quassia Chips
Whale Oil Soap, Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
AT
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
���PHONE 67
EYE8 T68TED BY OPTICIAN.
WE8TMIN8TER TRUST BLOCK.
I
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
The Star���The author of this play
ls a great stickler for realism, isn't
he?
The Manager���I haven't not'rel it.
The Star���Why, he objects to iny
wearing ribmond rings In the bci��
wher? T r-awn my lint" to biv food for
the children.���Penny Yararir.e.
 UNO
SPCC1MIS15
F J-Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westmlnater       llranches at Vancouver     Vlotcrli
Chilliwack and Alderprove. B.C.
Weetmlneter Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station for
Vancouver at 6:00, 6:45 and
6:45 a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until midnight.
Bunday 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.
Freight Service.���Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver at 7:29, 11:20, 12:20 and
15:20.
Burnaby Branch.���Car3 leavo
B .C. E. R. Co. station for Vancouver at 5:45. 0:45 and 8:00
a.m., with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and lato car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu Island Branch,���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
untll 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First ear
leaves ut 8:00 a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service.���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch.��� cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for ChUllwack and way points
at 0:30 am., 1:20 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon and way points at
4:06 p..m.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA"ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
bvoa ��<*&*
(St,
- , ������'������    :       ,       >-'  ���'    >���'��"
immxrms&mmmmwuvmtmmmm****?*.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0318017/manifest

Comment

Related Items