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 New Weatmlnater.
Whnt attractions dooa New Westminster offer ludustrlee?   Trai^-ge
and  waterfront Bites, railway .$ nd
ocean  triuiBportation. ^
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West
New Woetml
mainland: Light
generally   fair,
higher lemperatur'
VOLUME 8, NUM      rt   21.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUESDAY  MORNING,  APRIL  1,  1313.
ICE
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Ier and? the lower
lodcfiUlwfllijB;
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PRICE FIVE CHTT*
MANY IMPROVEMENTS
PLANNED BY COUNCIL
Will Ask Ratepayers for $200,000 for General Street Improvements and $45,000 for Waterworks Extension-
Macadamize Columbia Street to Brunette River���Another Contract for Harbor Equipment.
The  council shadowed    forth    last I gine   bed   and   wire   rope,   delivered
night   Bomo  of  their   money   require-   fo b.  New  Westminster, at $3800,
ments  to  carry out their   works   for |    The necessary uuthority was grant
the   year.    Alderman   Oodd   reported j ed.
for the board of works, that they want ! Board of Works.
ed a bylaw submitted to the ratepay- j Alderman Dodd cn behalf of the
era or $200,000 for general street Im- * board of works BiiLmltled tbat com
provements   and    -Alderman     Bryson I mUtee's report.
Btated the water department would I Among tho numerous recoinmenda
require $45,000 from the same exche-! tlons niadt) were that the paBsing
quer.    The bylaws will be submitted ' track   on   Columbia   street   at   Ilraid
That the following streets be paved ! street be not more than 250 feet long
formed another part of the board ol and to commence clear of the Btore
works report: Clarkson street from | Jusl bJilt there. It Is to be gravelled
Church to Heebie; Ulackie street from In between the trac'<a and the devil
Columbia Street to Carnarvon street;   strip, and the existing track into the
BANK WILL ERECT
PERMANENT HOME
gravel pit Is to be removed.
The   council   also   visited   Twelfth
streeL and agreed to pass the plans
and   Fifth   avenue   from     Fourth    to
Sixth streets.
Macadamize Columbia Street
Important as affording a certain cf the spur Into the proposed work-
number of the city's rural neighbors I shops on Twelfth street betv een
and customers comfortable access tol Queens avenue and Auckland street
the city was tho recommendation to j providing the Bur is planked in be-
oxpend   (ICOO   for   the   macadamizing   tween   the   tracks  and   to   the  extent
of Columbia stroet to Brunette river
bridge. That, opined Alderman Iiud.l
would give Burqultlam residents a
decent road lo the city.
CaptaJn   A.   Peterson   wrote  claim-
rf 12 Ir.clieB on the outside, and that
the portion on the east aide of the
street from Auckland Btreet to Queens
avenue is gravelled Into the street
line.  Including the track,    and    that
Ing $15^ for less of logs which he was where the entrances to the proposed
towing through the North Arm bridge new storehouse will come, the com
He alleged Unit on the night of March pany will plank in opposite the en-
"7 a piece, of Iron plate extending trance for a width of not less than
out   on   the  south  Bide  of  the  south ; ten   feet.
span about ono foot caught the boom : Mr. flllley, of the firm of Messrs
sticks and tore Bomo away from the Clllny Bros., waited on the committee
chain. with reference lo the supply of crush
Th�� matter wag    referred    to  tbe   ed rock for the coming season.    The
b-nnrd of worlis and tlie finance com-  committee recommended that the city
mittees  for report. engineer be instructed to call for tee
Another   Claim. 'dors for 20.000 yards of crushed rorh
A   letter   from   Mr,   J.  P.   Hampton   <-nd that Messrs. Clllev Bros, and the
Bole contained the account of an ac-   B. 0. Transportation Co. be asked to
cident to alady client, caused by her tender.
attempting   to  cross  Columbia street1    That  the application of Mr.  F.  W
Following Expiry of Leasee Columbia
Street Galna New Architectural
Feature In  Royal Bank.
Columbia street, which, during the
past 12 months has undergone no little
change, wlll, during the present year.
see further Important structural alterations made to lt. In addition to
the new building wblch the Dominion
Trust company will Bhortly begin to
have erected for them at the corner of
Sixth street and Columbia, lt Is now
announced that the Koyal Bank of Can
ada i nt ends to build a permanent borne
for themselves on the land adjoining
this block on Columbia Etreet.
The property In question waB pur-
Chased by the bank for $88,000 twelve
months ago last November, and, aa the
lease* expire in October of this year, it
is expected that building operations
wlll foliow their lapse in due course.
Of the nature of the building no particulars can at present be givcu, nn
the banking corporation haa its own
architect in Toronto whose work is to
supervise its numerous buildings, and
it is underbtood that plana are already
being  prepared  by  hlm  for the  New I
Westminster branch.
Judging from the p/.lcy adopted by i
this bank In  respect to ItB buildingB
nu the coast, notahK at Victoria, Ic is;
likely that the fruit, ol  thu  I.milling
will  be one of  'In architectural  features of Columbia street   and  in  all
probability there will be offices tioove
the bank Itself .'or ths convenience of;
the   varlouB   depar'nients   connected |
with the lusinefs of the bank.
BURNABY MAY
ABOLISH WARDS
*****
CAUSES CESSATION
OE PUBLIC WORKS
Realdent Engineer  Instructed to 8us-
Two Warm Debates Feature!   pend work of Department untu
Meeting Last Night���By- I        8uw��l>' bi" '��� p*���a
law Read.
Although Btrong efforts were made
by Resident Englneor C. C. WorBfold
���    , . i to have the work continued at Canoe
Redlatrlbutlon  proposal and  B.C.E.R, j Paaa near U(lner and ala0 lhe c,ear.
Ing of a channel at Chilliwack, InBtruc
Franchiie Question Left Over���
Street Improvement
Edmonds, March 31.���Two of the
wiirmttt debates that have featured
the weekly meetings of the Burnaby
council for some little time took place
this evening in which a majority of
tho councillors took part.
The abolition of the wards which
was father, d by Councillors Macpher-
Bon and Coldicutt was brought up In
the council chamber when these two
tlons were received yosterday morning from Ottawa to shut down on al'
work connoe'ed wllh the publlc works
department until the appropriation
bill had been passed by the houae.
While   the.   work   at   Chllllwack   is
REVENUE f ROM CUSTOMS
SURPASSES AU RECORDS
For Fiscal Year Ending March 31, Increase of $141,880.5&
Is Shown Over Previous Year���March abo Shown Increase Over Corresponding Month in 1912���City Receipts also Show Satisfactory Improvement.
An   increase   ct   $141,880.50   during
not reirnrded as serious, although the j th0 past fiscal year wai reported
Jam of driftwood may cause another from the local cuBtoms office thie
channel to bo formed, the work of rip-j being the banner year cf itB'exist
rapping ihe banks of the river near | ence In the city. The returns from
Canoe Pass may lend to stIous consequences when once tho Bprlng
freshets begin to  flow.
       ....      Tbo  work near  Ladner was being I pre'ssion When "the official papers an-
gentlemen moved and seconded a mo-! conducted by about twenty men and  forwarded ^ the head  office at Ot-
tlon that the bvlaw covering same be j wollld probably have been completed ��� lawa
this office have shown an increase
every month during the past year
and  will  undoubtedly  make  an    Im
Even  during  the  month  of March
$6100.07 was collected In March 1S1&
The figures for    the    fiscal    year
which  ended   yesterday,   are  as  follows:
Dominion  lands  1913
1912
Mlnin-j lands 1913 	
1912 ...
Crown  timber  1913  ..
1912   ..
' 3,321.44
11,931.16
6.516.CS
11.21&.5I
58,087.70
68.4S2.15
In the latter case several accounts
given first and second readings. I before the snow on the mountains be-
Councillor Fau-Vel who on two pre! J1"8 i0 melt *nU* cau3e tue annual  when nearly all the other offices had  totalling Beveral thousand dollara are
vioiiB occurlons had opposed the abo-j freshets Bhown a decrease the customs depart- | still outstanding and when these are
lition ot the  words,  Etlll  maintained      Now  however. It w. I proDamy nave  ment   ret,eiptg  jUn,pea  ^  $69,809.11,  collected the results for the year will.
hiB position and as a counter move.! to be dehived until the late summer (an  lncrea3e cf   nearlv   $2o,ooo    over ' Bhow an Increase
asked  that  the  redistribution  bylaw,  months with the possible result that  tlle corresponQlnK month ,a3t year Splendid Increase.
which would change the preeent boon- the strong current may break through I    ^   toilowlng are lhe Hgureg glven I    A markeU lncreaae lg ghown |n tte
dares of the wards, be proceeded with   the   dyke  protecting  the  farm  lands      t. receiDts of tho cltv treararefs nfflw
is this matter hid been broached be-! at the SOUtt of the  river^nd  cause ^  ^       M9.809.ll |K?mLttlSrto^^lto?iS-
March  1912       50,631.971 first quarter of the year which con-
 'eluded yesterday, according to a state
Increase $19,277.14 ; ment issued laat night by Hst i. }..
CHANGE PERSONNEL
Of TELEPHONE STAff
D. Johnston Su:eeds A. A.  Matthi-
ton aa Commercial Manager of
Weatmlnster  Exchange.
With  the resignation of Mr.  A.   A.
Mntthleon as commercial manager aud
    . tbe appointment of Mr. J. D. Johnston
-hilst the street was In a dangerous llennett and others for opening up a ' ua biu -ruccvBSor an important change
condition from accumulations ot Ice lane between Qarrett and Fader street Hook place yeeterday In the personnel
���nd snow. Shn fell on the sidewalk, "e deferred for the present until such jot the staff of the B. C, Telephone
sprained   lier  anklo   and   Injured   her ' time as there ls morei Indication, of Its (Company In tbls city.
necessity. It Is only 16 feet In wblth | Mr. Matth'scm. who haB becn con-
aiid the property ls all accessible elth- (nected with the loc.il office during the
er from Uarrett nr Fader streets.
Thiil   the  dvkes  on   I.ulu  Irlnnd  be
improved nnd charged to 1918 bvlaw
That  the S foot sidewalk on  Ilraid
fore the ward abolition idea was even
mooted.
Municipal Bolicitor McQuarrie, who
was present, when asked about the legality of tbe motion to abolish thc
wards, expressed doubt as to it landing, stating that the referendum pasB-
ed upon favorably by the people In
1912 as to whether the wards Bhould
be abolished had been acted upon last
fall when the mctlon failed on a vote.
Still another argument, he submitted,
waa the fact that the referendum of
1912 was a matter for the council of
that year und uot for the 1913 council
to handle.
Legal opinion, however, did not deter Councillor Mucpbersou from moving that the bylaw be given flret and
second readings. Councillors MacDon-
inestimable damage to crops.
INAUGURATE NEW
POSTAL ORDER RATES
Fiscal year 101213      $637,298.93
Fiscal year 1911-12       495,418.37
McKay, city treasurer.
The total for March from all the*
sources of tha city's income was $19.-
800.76 as compared with $15,496.85
for the corresponding month cf last
year.    Tlie total for the quarter was
Increase $141,880.56
Government Offices
Althought   the   returns  at  the  Do-1 $65 034.04. a most gratifying advance
(over   $52,518.16.   the   figures  for the
Takes Effect Today���Britain and
Ireland   Not   Included.
minion land office and aUo the crown !
Order Reducing Charges 26 per Cent', timber   returns   for   the   past   month I first quarter of last year.
' sbow a decrease, satisfactory progress i The most pronounced cdvancn ft*
Is reported by the heads of the offices ; receipts during the quarter and In*
who state that just as soon as the March was shown In light and water,
weather begins to improve the re- licenses and garbage. The receipts'
turns will correspondingly increase. | from the sale of licenses were hist-
Tbe heavy snowfall during the i treble those of March last year.
Today a new schedule ot rates for , monlh 0f February caused nearly ' while thn water returns for the month
���I'd -ind l-'-m-v. 1 votiir in tbe mm' Postal oi-dera wlll go Into effect at the , eV(?r}. logging Cauip to close down' juat ended were almoBt double those-
aid and fau\ci voting in tbe nega- j Npw We��tmlnster postofflce and all uh the reauU lhat the recelpts at of the corresponding period of 191*.
llve' _.     _ .       _ ,   , the other offices throughout Canada.
The Other Debate. | Thp rateB are a rt,duction ot practic-
1 the  different offices    showed
back.
Mr lloln did not specifically mention the pecuniary compensation hl3
client expected, but preferred to tniB'-
to the iji-i.eroalty of tho council, the
nmllng of whloh passage caused ar.
exchange of mirthful winks between
two financiers on the board.
With lhe caution of the lawyer. Mr
Hole "as bnwever, careful to sny his
OOnfldeOCe in a generous council wai
liuited to the extent of "without prejudice to Bis client's rlgbtB."
Referred to tho finance committee
for report.
6ijn.il   System.
Assistant District Knglneer Lynn,
of tho B, C Klectric railway comrany
wrote for permlsalon to cross Brunette street with an iron conduit pipe
for a slgeil system at the following
placeu: Al the west end cf the brldgo
crossing lbs Brunette river 1000 feel
west of th" 'I. N. R.
This anpllentlnn wns remitted to
the bosrd of works with power to net.
A petition  from about twenty rate
pai-t three years, during which time
lie has made a host of friends by hi*
genial manner, has resigned hia position to become manager of the Insur-
stre, I over water main, he renewed I nice and collections department of the
Estimated cost 8160,  half    to    be Westminster Trust Company.
charged to water department and half     Il-B successor Mr. J.  I). Johnston.)
to  the  1 f�� 1 *>   hvlaw j has   been   connected   with   the   B.   C.
Thai   F.ighteeiith   street   be  cleared   Telephone Company for the pact five,
from Nanalmo street to Eighth avenue \Z**** *" various capacities.    He comet
Estimated con sinon. here fr,..,. North Vancouver where he
Aldermart   Dodd  said   the  board   of I "'ll1  ;>  corresponding  position   In   the1
works  did   not   sav   they   were  pnlr8 I *-*ranrh ""'<'<���' or thP company there.
a de-1    The   building   receipts   showed     a
���,        ,-, i     , , , i   : crease. , shrinkage on the month but a marked'
The other debate took place in   he   ally 'io per cent on the charges made,    Thp weather o{ ���**. past tw0 weeks i advance   on   the  quarter.     Tho  po��r
imm.ttee  rooms, the question being , heretofore and  are  applicable  on  all, hQW wM aUowed U)e ,,Jniberm(in * record   for mrch was g0,e,    d���e ,���.
**y*1..?? bl    ��J"��^��l ^cP'eraon   money  orders being sent to the fol- ��� ^     ^ operatloll8 and wltU ac. to   adverse weathor TOn(J���.onB whIcb
'XS .,r^t   l^t L���^i*��^m low*nB g^i r.^.^   s,ntt.��.  txar   cumulated orders to band and others  practically held up all bulldln* op����a-
scene ot operations nnd Judged tor .wuvtsmuds, Cuba, Dominica. Grenada, ^i*0��� up very strongjn tact the ,ed the start ol wo*k on any nrw
th-'mFelves -   ���      - " fRSKn   Hawkll   Isli of Plnea   Jamaica'.deficit  j likely to be wiped out. J structure.
At weeks ago an  aWr^rlaM S ^  %OT 5^ ZL *?.   "X���,,?*** l^TS?'
was made by the council of $1400 to Fanama Canal Zone. Philippine lBl- flee during the mon h ot March were i two months of the quarter Aowrd a
be used on the opening up of Second 1 ands. Torto Itico. St. Christopher (St. i �������*��, ����� '��;al of S1143.0o being taken , most marked setback The receipts
street  clew  through  to the  Burnahy Kittsl St. lucla. St. Vlncont. Tobago,,'n d��ri��g -*'**veb 1912- , .   of  the   market   for  March  havo   not
cai   line.    Everything appeared to be   Trinidad.     Turks     Islands,     Tutuila,       Mining land receipts also Blumped   been computed as yet. ,
going on   favorably    until    Chairman i (Samoa), Virgin Islands and the Unit-! only $i5.26 being taken In last month , Figures In Detail.
MacDonald of the board of works and I ed States. | as  compared   with    $1S13.S2    during i    The   following   table  givet-  t*ije  rt-
Councillors   Stride   and    Macpherson, J     The new ratea are as follows:   For | March 1912. i -eipts cf the various Aepirfnn-ti for
while making a round of inspection, ! sums under $10, 5c: over $10, and up I At the crown timber office the de-j March compared with Mirch KK ami
came across the gang at work on the' to $30, 10c : over $30 and up to $50,1 crease was also shown. ,'1557.93 being | for the frst quarter in the year ram-
itnet and not taking a favorable view I 15c; over $50 and up io $60. 20c; over,1 taken lu during Mareii 1913 while j pared with the same period In 1912.
of two ravines that exist near the car I $60 and up to $100. 26c.
on   with   nil   that   worn   tnimeamieiy
bul   they   wanted  to have  everythlnc |
ready and ho prepared when the money   wns   available.     The   report   was
ndn-nteil In all Ub details.
Alderman I.ynch nuked thnt per
mlss'on be given to the chairmen of
the finance committee to place $3000
Insurance On the electrical supplies
belonging to Ihe city
iranrh
Mr. Johnston comes at
time when
nrnolution   of   Condolence.
At the dose ef    the    meetlr��
payers   reSWing   In   Keary   street     be-1Clerk read the following resnlu'irn In
t">i,en Coliiiiilr-i and Brunette s'reetB  reference to the death oT Mr. W, W
street   lamp   on   Keary   Fore
th�� company have an elaborate scheme
of syftem extenRlon in hand for New
I Westminster which will mean the ad-
���dltion of many new phone services
during the coming few months.
��� During Mr. Matthlson's career nf
I commercial manager of the B. O, Tele-
I phone Company In thiB city tho work
'"[of the local office has increased tre-
' mendously, no less than HOO phones
! being installed during the three years
e lhe hr.s held office.
nsked   for
street.
it wm referred to tbe lighting com
mlttoe to net
Knr'-T   Equim~ient.
"That in the denth of Mr F'-rev
ter who was so suddenly called away
on Mirrh 28, in the prime < I life, l'i'
city tins lost an upright nnd respected
Alderman   While,   chairman   Of  the  ritlmi, who Bat nt this council l-nnrd
for   four   years,   where   hla   service"
were highly appreciated.
harbir committee, asked thnt the conn
ril   authPlin tbe  harbor  engineer  to
sccenl   lb"   tender   of   lhe   Dominion
���equipment  nnd   Siipnlv Company    of  to   his
Vanoonvsr for the derrick Iron  with  sympathy   of   this   council   with   her
the  stiff leg derricks e��cept   Ihe  en-  In the time of her severe trlnl."
IW 10R0 LISTER
SCHOOL COMPLETE
COQUITLAM COUNCIL
SELECT COMMITTEES
"That a letter of condolence be ��ent.., ....
widow  expressing  the  deep|MMt Mo(l��rB Muoitlonal Bulld|nB In
the City Almost Ready for Occupancy.
tracks  came   to   tho  conclusion   that j     Cards  for exhibition  to  the  public
the money was being wasted containing tbo new rates will be print
Councillor   Macpherson   stated   that I ed and distributed as speedily as pos
the $1400 aproprlatlon  would  bo just   sible.
i mere lota to what would have lo be | - 	
expended in order to make tho road
passable to the Burnuby car tracks
and he was strongly opposed to allowing the work to proceed for lhe
timo being.
Spirited Repartee
Councillor Coldicutt waxed warm
when he i ntered the dl bate and first
Of all stated that lie thought It a matter of common courtesy for any councillor when vlfltiug ln other wards, to
notify th" representative of tho ward
to that the latter would be able to accompany hlm and point out needed
Improvements and at the same time
hear Buggi Btlons
Councillor Macpherson retorted with
equal emphasis declaring that it was
���iContlnued nn Pnea F.lupt.)
March, 1913    Mar.h, 1912
Light  '.--
Water 	
Building 	
Licenses 	
Garbage 	
Plumbers inspect
Police  	
.$10,529.12
.    6,959.69
87.60
960.50
480.10
47.25
736.50
'.',397.19
;:.984.01
156.50
371.50
63.75
1,14050
3U3.40
Quar. End
Mar. 31, '13
$35,526.65
20,368.24
210.00
5.559.50
1.209.20
145.50
2,662.50
���     362.45
Quar. Km!.
Mar. 31, 13
'ill.Klit.'it
16.856.C7
362.40
2.33L0O-
53.75
MBU��
���     407.SO
$15,406.55      $06,034.04       $52,5I8.IG
New Administration  Holds  First See-
aion���Appointment of Municipal
Clerk.
PUBLICITY BUREAU
ADOPTS NEW NAME
Will   Hereafter   be   Known   aa   the
Fraser Valley Development
League.
Tlio Kniser Valley Development
league, for that Is the new designation
adopted by Ihe Fraser Valley Publicity
Bureau met yesterday In the board of
trade rooms and listened to a very valuable paper on the agricultural possibilities of the FniBcr valley and morn
particularly In regard to its great pns
toriil capabilities,    the    facilities   for
raining stock und Intensive und greenhouse culture.
Councillor Boll of Matsqui presented
the report In question, In which he
emphasised that tho Fraser valley wan
nn Ideal dairy country. Dairying was
not n gamble but provided a simile Income. He thought the government
might do much more In fostering thtl
Indiihlry for liiBlnnce by sending round
dairy Inspectors to give Instruction
nnd    advice.
They hnd plenty of fruit Inspectors
nnd be would llko to see more of the
ilalry variety.
Another suggestion to tlm government waB that they might provide facilities for farmers to obtain the ser-
vices of good pedigreed tires for their
jhenln.
At prrscn! the great majority of the
farmers could not afford to purchase
renlly first clnBB bulls nnd had to be
content  with  Inferior grades,
Th" report wns referred to the com-
mltti <��� who have the task of submitting a report to the agricultural com-
mission,
Propoped Canal.
A discussion nrose cn tho sublecl
of the propoped cnnal between Port
.Moody and Cnqultlam which would
dellgh' the henrt of Alderman 10. Mor-
gnu ot CoPuitlam.
iv����'tp the cpn'i'inon of Councillor
Bell and Mr. Htuart Wade who considered ih-it the lemtii" wsa exceeding
th"lr province and Ihat the time was
net ripe for notion on Ihe subject, the
Chairman wus Instructed to advocate
the nu mure.
Mr. Heaps thought anything tbnt
nrovirtefl facility of transportation ns*
sifted the farmers.
Must   Desist  from   Attack.
i ondon, Mnr. Bl,- The ambassadors
of the European powers mal this afier
noon and handed In the npprovnl of
their respective, governmenta to the
proposed naval demonstration to force
Montenegro to respect Ihelr demandn
lo desist from her nltnck on Scutari
and bo evacuate Albnnla. lt Is understood that Qfoat llrltnltt and Aus-
trla-llungnry wlll undertake n naval
demonstration In caso Montenegro's
reply, which haa not been received, ls
unsatisfactory.
The    new    lx.nl    l.iHter nrhool on
(Seventh  avenue,  Jui't  Completed   waB
Inspected by Beveral members of tbe
board of school   trustees    yesterday,
pending Its opening for use.
Tho new school Is n most handsome Structure and was designed with
the object of combining beauty and
utility, which alms of the architects,
MoBBrH. (lardlner and Mercer, have
been fully appreciated by the coutrac
tor, tiie late Mr. W, \V. Forrester.
The building contains many new features  In  the linn of school construction  In  the  city  and  la  undoubtedly
the mopt modern iichool in tho cily.
Unique Features.
The ctyle Is mopt unique, tho construction being of wood with granite
stone foundations and basement, The
building occupies a Site measuring
about 50 by over 100 feet, and is Bet
anarl from the old Seventh avenue
school by nbout 100 yards.
II Is two and n half stories high with
three wide entrances uud exits which
are Bel at most convenient points. The
doora are all fitted with untl-piuitc
safety devices and open conveniently
from the inside with tho slightest
pressure.
Larflc Antembly Hall.
There nie tour class .rooniB, tench-
era' room, cloakrooms, on tho finit
floor Tour class rooms, teachers' room,
principal's room on the second floor;
a large, well lighted assembly room
measuring 35x1)0 feet with small alcoves, on the top half ptoroy, nnd a
manual training, domestic science,
boiler and ventilating rootim, lavatories, etc.,  In the basement.
The manual training nnd domestic
(Continued on Page Four.)
RESIGNS AfTER
116 SERVICE
John Sprott, Road Superintendent Superannuated
���Successor.
TotalB    $19,800.i
.,    "Two months only.
Plumbing inspection department was not established until  May.  1912.
Market receipts for current mouth are nct received until the toUottrfag
month.
Garbage department was not establidud until March, 1912.
  Building Permits. out the 31 dayB, thc reason caa.ea.Hily
,     ,, ,,        , ,, .��� ���m       The permits for the month of March "���<* inferred. ^
The first meeting of the newly con-. ����� ,,,���,. ���,��� , ���,A        Builders  have  becn  waiting Impat-
Btttuted  district municipal council of only totalled $,M*0 ao against $140, , ;pm|v   for   ^^   *^���� U'^m^
.���oquitlam  was  held  yesterday   after-1000 tor February, the preceding month   (hat the month has gone out like the
rb'al   lamb  and   there   Is   every
������triking   difference  can   culy   bu ac-
noon   iu  tbe  Burqultlam   Agricultural   ,uul   j!4i lr,,j   ;:1   March   1912.     This
haMr John Smith, J. P., ami city clerk !!',rlklnK   difference   can   culy   be
for Port Coquitlam, acted bb clerk and! counted for by  the weather aud not
to arty  deplorable  slackness in  busi
ness or impecunlosity.
Ily the retirement of Mr. John
Sprott ne provincial road superintendent cf the Surrey and Delta districts,
cmlu ft 80 year record of service tn
the employ ot the provincial government.
Mr. Sprott left hip office al 5 o'clock
laBt evening and will now draw a pension from the government, having
been superannuated.
Ills successor Is Mr. Dougal R Mac
Kenzle, brother of Mr. Frank J.  Mac
swore lu Iteeve Peter Barth, Councillors Kwen Martin, lt. J. C Atklus, K.
(I. Mounco, W. Walker and J. Foster.
Make Appointments.
The election Of A. Hallhurton, Port
Coqultlam as clerk. nsseKsor nnd collector at a salary of $126 per month
In room of Mr. John Smith, wns unanimous.
Mr. K   H. Vomer, rond superintendent of the eld municipality was re- j    The dlBMlroM  nooU8  ln tho 0hlo
appointed road superintendent In the
district   municipality   at   a  salary   of | valley last week havo turned thei eyes
$175 per month
likllhood of a genial April, au imi��et-
us to construction work Is assured.
Police Records.
The police records for last month
show   that   while   there   is   a   marked
The continuous Inclement weather'absence of serlouB crime, the drunks
slopped all building activity and con] and dlsorderlyB make over Pfly p-r
trasted with March 1912 when less I cent of the total number of ttiosn
than half an Inch of raiu fell through- i handled  professionally  by  tho  police.
FRASER  MAY BREAK
RECORD FOR HIGH WATER
Dr. Sutherland was appointed medical health officer at an annual foe of
$200.
Mr, A. J. Mclntyre wr.s appointed solicitor to the corporation at a retaining
fee cf $500 per annum.
Messrs. George Alderson. J. Tepluh
and J. Chlrholm were appointed^ rond
foremen at a wage of $3.50 per* day
of many of the old tlmerB to the Fraser
river and the changes ln the weather
are being carefully noted lu case of a
sudden rise of temperature. It is well
known that the snowfall this year
was exceptionally heuvy and ot
lengthy duration
It Ib fell that If the temperature
should rise abruptly there is considerable danger of the enow melting sud-i
APPOINT SUCCESSOR
10 H. A. BAYfltID
John   L.   Nelson   Accepts   Position  ot
Superintendent ef Dredges��� Head
Office In Vancouver.
Mr. Hi Mumby sidewalk foreman at deftly and causing exceptionally high
$4.50 per day, .water on the lower Fraaer this sum-
Select Committees. mer.
The following cotninittci�� were up- \    Though there Is little indication ot
Kensle, ^prtvinolaY member "for "the 1 pointed.   ..���,..     ,.,,    I anything serious at prssent, flooaoon-
Board of works���Councillor Atk'.ns iilltloiw, while not popiibly on as large
Delta constituency, it i�� understood
that Mr. MacKoiuie, the new Incumbent will have hiB headquarters ut
Cloverdale.
Mr, Sprott, until yerterdny, was the
oldest road superintendent in the province, the doyen ot the list in BrlttMi
Columbia. At tho road superintendent's convention held In this city recently, Mr. BprOtt'S name was brought
up by several of the speakers who regretted that Illness prevented him
from being In attendance.
A paper contrasting vividly the pioneer days of roadmaklng and tho pros
Chairman, nnd whole council. la scale ns those which occurred In tbt
Finance   -Councillor   Martin,   chair- Ohio valley still of a dungerous char-
man,  and  Councillors    Mounce    and jacter might result.
Walker. It ll prophesied by some that Should
Health--Councillor    Mounco,   chair-, April remain fairly temperate and May
man, and whole council. |er June develops Into real hot months
Police���Roeve Barth, chairman, and ithe high  water murk of 1894  might
Councillors Atkins nnd Mounce. [ho exceeded.
Water and fire--Councillor Walker,
chairman and whole council.
Policeman Appointed.
Henry   Pare  was appointed  policeman at Mllliardvllle at $75 per month.
John Smith, I'ort Coqultlam, waa ap
ent facilities by Mr. Sprott, was read | Pointed police magistrate
at Victoria to hla fellow superintendents.
lt was resolved In the meantime, to
(Continued (as rags flee.)
British Steamer Aground,
Tanglr. Marocco. Mar. 31. -The Brit
tab steamer Agadlr Is ashore In a bad
position near Mazngau, Morocco. The
Agadlr has 150 pasengers aboard, and
the French cruiser Prlant has been
dispatched to her assistance.
Mr. John I,. Nelson Is the new ap-
iclntee of lhe Dominion government
l 'o the position ot superintendent or
| lredgSS, taking the place of Mr. H.
I \. Bayfield, who resigned .1 tew
j BOntbS ago following an lnvestigatfoi*
I made by a gpocial commission.
Since Mr. Bayrield handed In hte
I resignation the work has been in tne-
I 'hiirge c f Dominion Engluner C. C
j Worsfold, of this city.
Mr. Nelson Is understood ta have
Imd eoiiHiderublci experience lu eoo-
tract and dredging work In the eaat.
Ills office la In the Customs tnilkKac
Vancouver aud from hla otftee all'
work for Britiah Columbia la
after. ** AC��   TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NBWS.
TUE8DAY, APRIL  1, \M
An independent morning paper devoted to tke interests of Xetu Westminster antl
the Firmer Valley, rvblithrrl every morning ercept Sunday by thc Stttionnl Printing
��� ltd i'at.lisking Corn-tony. Limited., at H'l McKontne Htreet. New Westminster. British
t&sUttmUo ROBB BUTHKHI.AK 1), Ifaitagino Director
AH eom*x*nicmtion* thnuld *r adtlri-ssed to Tke New Westminster Nevis, nnd not
a. tmdtiiittm*! member* of lh* stuff. Cheques, drc.tts and ******* orders should tie made
iino   M   Ike  NatiunAt  frtnltny and  Vublltthinq Compano.  lAmited.
I r. LSI'HONUt)��� tlutnmn*. Offtnc oni* Mamtaer, 999,* Kditarvil Knomi  (nil depart-
tei
m'tWCKII'TION RATKS���Hu carrier, tl  per -year, tl for Keen months, Wc per
SS.   lln  mail, ti per tftsar, Ifcc per  month
4/>l 1* /,' .* I.-./.V,,   HA TUN on applioatton
N) tDHHHM-ONDKNTS���N'o l*t<��r�� u>OI Sa published In The N'U* ���nreetit nvnr
*hr wr-MMr s signature. Thu vttitar reserves the noht to refuse the publicfltirln ���*'/  aim
TUESDAY   MORNING,  APRIL  1,  1913.
.Ull ... |i
THE PROMISE OF BETTER CONDITIONS.
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* FIRST  THINGS. ���
��������������������������������������������������
All Fool's Day.
The llrst i bservance cf All Fool's
Day, according to legend, was when
Noah tent a duve out of thc ark before the waters had abated, on the
Hebrew llrst. day if the month.
Whether his error cf judgment was
greeted with cries cf "April fnol" cannot be learned.
The ancient Hindus had in their
festival of Hull an observance similar to that of modern times, when (line cent persons were sent on foolish
errands. Plutarch mentions an old
Homnn festival, Festa Stultorum, as
u day of pranks and hoaxes, and It Is
said that the rape of the Sabine
women occurred on the first of April,
ind vns considered in the light  of a
      joke.
. Kngland nnd Scotland observed the
March yesterday endeavored to make up for its long] festival ot tools centuries ago, and
record of mortality among the world's great ones and its,*$^-����� Z *t^*?$k,
abnormal weather conditions by clear sunny weather, but1-r, owy is called "potsson d'Avrii," or
now that we are arrived in April, the long delayed promise ���J,t on the ,h"ory tha1 a nah
of the spring seems to be at hand.
One of the doleful announcements of the past month
was that in reference to the high cost of living, which, it
is asserted by the Dominion government, soared up 9 per
cent during the year 1912, and, it may be supposed, is still
upon the upward path. Although no general causes may
be ascribed, it is sufficient for us to appreciate the possible
causes of our own increased expenditure and, in doing so,
it is good to note that both governmental and public enterprise is directing its energies towards bettering conditions
in our own immediate neighborhood.
Amid the numerous measures passed at the recent
session of the provincial parliament was an important
amendment to the Agricultural Associations act, by which
the farmers in any particular locality may organize with a
capitalization sufficient to handle co-operatively their own
produce.
They are required to put up 20 per cent of the capital
stock, and by complying with other minor regulations, the
government advances them a sum of money equal to 80 per
cent of the capital stock for a period of 20 years, with interest at 4 per cent
We note that a member of a Vancouver produce firm
has been commissioned by the government to give a series
of lectures throughout the Okanagan upon the best
methods by which the farmers may avail themselves of
this method of co-operation. It is to be hoped that by these
steps on the part of the government there will be no repetition of last year's wastage of fruit, antl that its speedy result will be a reduction in the cost of fruits to British Columbians.
Prom Lulu Island also there comes tidings of an attempt to organize the growers of market produce, which,
���i     ��� *t      * -rn ***** ���*.*... *   -   -. ** - 	
eaae
Is a gullible creature and easily duped
Into taking a bait.
Since ihe d-ivs of Ihe old Romans
thc Eternal City has been noted for
'���ts flrit of April pranks. A large
part of the Roman newspapers todiv
w'll be devoted to absurd nnd Innns
sible stories, gravely told. The limit
wns reached a few years ago when
a Homan newspaper printed n story
announcing the marriage of thc pope.
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*    CANADIAN HISTORY TODAY    ���
���������������������������������������������������
APRIL   FIRST.
Among the crew which sailed with
Captain   Cook   in   1772   was     George
Vancouvi r, then  scarcely  11 years of
ige,   but   rated   as   an  able   seaman.
lie  sailed   again   with  Cook,  as  mid* i
Uliipman, on the last faml voyage, and !
by  some  means  in  these early  years!
acquired  knowledge  which  later    cn-1
abled him to command a ship and un-, -���- -     ......
idirtake   important   explorations.   In do not wax exceeding wrath.   Yon nre
1780 he became lieutenant In'good company.    Since Empedoclej
i    Ten years afterwards he was   ap- went      Balamander-gathcrlng     down
j pointed second In command of nn in- Aetna-way, the festival of focis has
tended expedition  to tiie South  Beas, I claimed its victims among the wisest
and   wns  expecting  to  sail  In  a  new : anci the be3'..
ship, the Discovery, which was being!    "And take my word tor this reader,"
iltted  up  under  his own  eyes.  when,  quoth Charles T^amb. "and nny 0 tool
-.wing lo n threatened war with Spain  told it you, if you please, that he who
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
| See Redemption
Today
One of the Prlvettes appearing In  a   black   art   novelty   at   the   Royal
Theatre  today.
During the Bixth UritlBh Esperanto
���ongress, which will take placo at
Eastbourne at Whitsuntide, a service
conducted entirely in Esperanto by
two Brighton clergymen will be held
at  Holy Trinity  church.
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER.
kjpeolfloatlonB, affreements of hi,i��� (t,**?,is,
kindness letters, etc.; circular wurk ��(**-
clalim. All work nirlcily confidential, K.
Parry,   nwm  41H   WVhi nil hunt Trusl   Blk.
phone 702.
���        OUR    POET'S    CORNER.        ���
1
DEEP-WATER SONG.
���vi r the seizure of ths trading post
of Noolka. the expedition was forbidden to sr.il, and the officers and men
of Hie Discovery were scattered on
different vessels.
Hut a few weeks later the dispute
��ns arranged. Vancouver was appointed to receive back the territory
seised by  the Spaniards, nnd also to
hath not a drachm of filly In his mix-
lure, hath pounds ��� f much worse matter In  his composition."
"O noble foi 1 ! A worthy fool !
Motley's the only wear." Thus shak"
spenre.
All "poples. In nil times havo bad
a f"eis' festival, it (ills n very human
need. nnd. if not carried to exreps. is
explore   the   west   coast   of   America doubtless beneficial     Few nre so wise
ncrth  of California,  and,  on  April  1, ���except college boys and high school
ITi'l   he set  out  In the Discovery on girls���aa  not  to have    need    of    the
his lor.g vovagp round Cape Horn to i,ro.-rTi "God have mercy upon me, a
-.  ��� - i   ���     .-     mi    i-    ���"  l    li.         -jji            **"~"7~"'i   r*i"Mthe great island which, after the sue- fool."
lt is claimed, will eliminate the middleman and will enable; oesBfui acc< mpiishment of his mission, i 	
the white growers to compete upon more favorable terms- hore ,,,s own ntinie- iTvv0 centenaries and so��� hcm-ivs
with the Chinese market gardeners. . j   Porty.flva yea^ today, APm i,   T;vn i"",ort:ln, (""v��nr,r"  rP,",r"
With the resumption of sessions in the Fraser valley by isos. the Canadian postal system
the Agricultural commission further light will doubtless|ndopt,?a B "nirorm ,'""'r"r,'TU rate
be thrown upon the best means of applying the co-opera-
the several distinguished sons of the I 	
Hon.  William  bowther and Charlotte!.,.,     .        ,.       ,    !   .
Alice, daughter of Baron Wensleydale.   "^bounding deck beneath me,
The   Hon.   William   Lowther  was :l       rhe rocking sky o erhead.
vn.  rcr  I,-other of the third  Karl  of  White', llvl"s  Bi'a'm-   tllat  wl"PB
Lonsdale, and Speaker Lowther   is   a!    ,    "oom
cousin of tin- present earl, famed n<[    And all her cn     .s spread,
a  patron of boxing and oilier sports, j ,, , , ,
The speaker is Immensely  wealthv   H"*0i     ,'   ril   ��'&* senlth,
and   tbe  owner  cf  much   property in! , V"'1"', ���'la,"���',���', hl,"al ''""' sPaw��-
tbe Lake district, -here the Lowthera  An'' tn l'*'r fitrl(io cio<1 ��PPna ���*���*���*
bnve long been landlord* ami petty [    The Btorm red gates ot dawn,
princes      When   on*  duty   the  speaker
Is jovial and democratic.
His ruling which caused the with
drawal of Ibe women's franclv.-ie
measure aroused the enmity of ihe
militants, nnd perhaps their attentions
have In part heen responsible fur Mr.
Lowther's desire to retire.
her
MUSIC.
MR. !���*. T. C, WICKBJTT, A H O, O.,
I. 1.. C, M, Supervisor of Muslo N.-w
Westminster Bohoots, iit-sanist Slmli
Avenue Mothodlst Church, Vancouver!
receives pupils for the pianoforte, organ,
slnxlns and theory, 61 o fifth avenue,
N,'w Vvoetmlnster,
FRATERNAL.
L O. O. M.. NO. 854���MEBT8 ON first,
seroTuI nml third Wednesdays in ������nch
month In K. of P, Hull at 8 p.m. II. J.
Ix-umy. (ItciHior; J. 11. Prlc,\ Hearethr*-,
17
-The
No.
Monday
I bill
Then walk her down to Itio,
Roll tier 'cross  the  line;
Chinee Joe's a-tendin' door
Down  to  Number  Nine.
Deep they Up in every sea,
I and'B end to the Horn.
For every sallorman that dies
A Ballormau  Ib  born.
I. O O. K. AMITY LODGE NO
eegular meeting nf Ainiiy lo
::. I. O. O. r.. Is held ovei
rituht at I o'clock In Odd Fellows'
enpnr-r Carnarvon and SWith streeta,
vIhUiok brethern oordtally lmli.-d
H. A. Merrlthew, N.Q.; J. Robertson,
v. n.: W. c. Coatham, P, Q. reoor**,
inif Hccrelarj'; tt W. t?atiBsli-r, lliiim-
etiit s-vrptary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
! H.    DOWBLL   (BUCC1S880R   TO   CEN-
ter  h   Ilnnna.   Ltd. I���Funeral   ���1ln<'liir��
'     ans embftlmi'rs.    rnrlora (OG Columbia
hit*el.    New   VVMUmlnMIiT.     phons   'JSS.
| Prior to confederation, in 1S67. each
colony hnd its own post office department, and  rates varied with  the din
-whose interests arc bound up with those of "Westminster,!nominicn government?���! o? the hZ
cheap and ade-
tive principle to the needs of the farmers in the districts
whose interests are bound up with those of "Westminster,  ���-	
and this, coupled with the efforts that are being made by!��"��� ���,^;^.
the City Council, by the Board of Trade and by the Pro-!   The system wns thm
rv material bearing !,'ed'"n?nn the���flr��t rf���A
���-       , .��� -^ | mg tlm inauguration ef ibe
1' iOOQStUIIS. | tlon Ibe uniform rate of th
./     gressive Association, should have a ver
upon reducing the cost of some of on
roughly reorcan
f April follow
confedera
the uniform rate of thre" cents���
vliich Imd been In 'fleet In the United   that   Costa   Rlcn   withdrew   from
     ntennrv    	
lions, fulling on the Day cf All Fools
will soon be celebrated in Europe. A
year from today will be the lfinth an- ��a]enj
nlversary of the deposition ol Napoleon from the throne et ^^incp. o^nn
afterward to be binlahed to Kll^a.
Two years from today the flermnn
peovle will celebrate the cpniennry
of tbe birth cf Hismarck. the Iron
chancellor.
i Costa Rica, one of thp most pro-
gresalve of f'en'rsl American Rtntes.
wlll observe Independence Day todav.   It was on thp llrst of Anr'l. IS?!!.
the
Rostand  Is 45 Todav.
Edmond Rostand, internationally
famous as the author of "Cyrano de
Rergerac." will pass his 4iith birthday
("dny. having been horn In Marseilles,
Frinre, April 1, 1S59.
The creator of "Chantecler" hns a
d wife, who his recently written n successful comedy, and n son
v-bn linn already nrrlved as nn actor
'rlie    latter.    M.    Maurice    Rostand,
���kt,o-.-i ns "Ibe Dauphin of Camhe," ts
r, bnndsome youth and tbe pot ot
Parisian fenilnlnltv.
An operatic vrrnlon of M. no-stand's
"Cyrano de llPrgorac" was recently
rrrduced In New York, much to the
Trench   dramatist's   Indignation.     M.
Along the battered sea wall
Our women lu the rain,
Full wearily have scanned the sea
That brings ub not again.
Oh, I'll come home, my dearie;
Aye, one day I'll come home.
V.'i'h beared'ie hold  if Spanish gold
And opals of spun  foam.
Then walk her down  to 'Frisco,
Lay her for  Hour  Kouk,
Keeling  down   the   waterfront
Seven  hundred   strong.
Dp"P they lie In every sea.
Land's end to the Horn,
For every aallonnan that dies
A sallorman Is born.
W,   E.
And
���ppowl
FAXJB8��� Pioneer Fum-tHl Dlreetos
Bmbalmer, 611*618 Agnes street,
Ito Oarnsgls Library.
ADVANCED   LEGISLATION.
Following np the advanced Ideas,
out of whloh have grown the great
Movements and struggle of the day In
land one of 40 miles. As it hns become
(apparent that liritish aerial defence
| must be carried oul by aeroplane
i flotillas, rather than by airships of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 'Ithe  rigid Zeppelin  type,  tiie  informn-
tx-int.'T of helpless children, there has I tlon created somewhat of a sensation.;
cawne s new conception cf the sacred- The lack of vigor by the war de-1
was  and ���worth of motherhood;  and jIpartmunt In building up an aerial de-
thin is    n conviction    g.nined by   the
fence
i navy.
force,
has
as a supplement to the
,.,,..j, nm been subject to harsh
economic nn well as sentimental v��W- crltielain, nnd seemingly the announce-
���polii',. No doubt this new conception j iiir-nt wns made to disarm fears of
���Ot  motherhood, of  which  eugenics ls governmental negligence.    One writer
In   tlle  February    Review of  Reviews
nppenlod  for the  starting  of    airship
IRtotPS for live fOnrs was -idoptorl
���At that time Cannda bid "63$ post
offices, leas than n third nf the prct-
lent number, The government expend!'
tur-. on Ihe service In the early days
of the Dominion overnrcd pb^"t n
million dollars a year. Thp reduction
or the Intter rate to two rents, thp
Insinuation of a system cf postal
saving banks, and other greet Improvements and extensions of the 8Pr
vice, are HkPlv to be followed nt    nn
Rostand   allpges  that  the  opera  was
produced without his permission, and  Tall languid palms that glimmer,
federation and became an independent  tnB 0ffer t0 pay hlm a royalty has not      Illossoms beyond belief.
entirely assuaged his rage. Sea gods at play In shouting Bpray
On sun-spliiBhed coral reef.
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON, BARRIS-
t'T-nt-lnw, Hnllclt"r. ftto. T"l<;lilimi��
I07n. Cable addraaa "Johnston."
���node, "Western felon." Offlcm, BI1H
Block. i>'..t Columbia mrci-t, N- w Wast*
minHirr. R. (*.
J. BTTLWBLL CLUTE. Darrlster-at-l&w.
solicitor,   ,ic.;   corner   Columbia   and
MbXSnlSia    slreeln.     New     \V* Hlmlnstftr,
1!   C.   1'. O. Hoi  It!.    Telsphons   710.
J.   P.   HA*M*PTON
II.
BOUS1,     llAllHISrKU.
I,,t,,ry      orn,-H      Hurt
street. New  westmin-
McQt'Annn
Barristers
Wsstmlnati
im. tv. li
('ante-Ay,
MARTIN      &    ���
Uld    Soltrlun-H.     fi
��� TniKt   Block.    (
Mrlju.-irrl,*    nn-1
VHHAHV
'.   I.i   ��I0
B    Mar-
kmrge   U
nation 	
In many of the conl mining districts
of America, especially In Pennsylvania, today Is observed as Mitchell
nay. this being the anniversary of
John Mitchell's victory In his fight
for an right-hour day.
In the tiny European republic nf
Snn Marino the Ingresso, or Inauguration of two regents or presidents, wlll
take  plncp  today.    The  ceremony  Is
Te Prefect Miners.
An electric alarm that (fivei warning
when a min* roof begins to move has
been invented by an Australian.
early date with the Inauguration of a  an eleborats one, and marked bv great
Australia  New Second.
As a butter exporting country Ana.
ttalia now ranks seoond, Denmark b*.
ii* first.
but a phase, will grow until It br
como* llie crowning work of modem
S��Oc*. 1 economic*.
Isnc.k of our schooling, apprentice
*hip, imd 'test ncbi-eveiiwnis of man
baod stands mother an a goddess   of
J-Wtfleesnes!! nnfl fiacrlfice. In this
IW Orifice she is ever the queen und
Worthy <>r the crown, whether It be
tfn the alum or on the avenue..
ri'iibiir m--id legislative recognition of
ifbla Cad will some day be proclaimed
ttbrti ghoul the English spi nklng
Wld;   nud  il  will  not  be bj uny    in
flumes i f suttraglem, but by the
Km''ful. rid adoring appreciation   ot
��ii,n b*. ������c, Hint, dn) by day, Is attaining
i MB   a  greater  dense  of  general   Jus
(Ace, and is eonstnntiy endeavoring to
<ryBtalire nnd visualize ita lofty ideals
*it. life In social relationships. Mother's
���lay ia coining as never bctrtre ln the
tilBtnrf (A* lhe world, and nil will say,
"Old bless her," nnd, may 11 come
SBOM.
An ���vldODOO of this Is the lenlsln
*n1vv action i f Utah, which became of-
fj-^tive a abort time ngo. "Mothers
Who ure compelled to work for a living will receive |10 per month lo sup
Uteri one child, and $6 for every oilier
���rb'ild Tbe law's aim Is to permit the
���nuHbiT!*, to remain at home with their
yO��r."r children. In order to properly
rear then."
Thin nol only gives a public mean
lire of recognition due to motherhood;
���buL ub well. It protects Ibe infant
against unfortunate olrcumstancos,
:>nfl. ns nn BHset to society in general
Wo predict that this movement will
Hiitvnd. until mother's pension be-
nomes ns common as any oilier \ttx
mscnmire.    Calgary Terald.
funds In Rrilain. that private cnter-
prlce might do for Uie defence of the
country what the government wan np-
psrrntly too apathetic to do.
The situation on the surface, nt
least, has bean none loo promising iu
iiritisii  eyes,    Oermany   has  an   air
navy of li', largo Hhips. tlie newest
type, "I. I." liming ;i currying capacity
of 27 tons, n rniliiin of action ef 1660
miles, anil n Bpeed nf 50 miles nn
hour. '1'be (; ���- r ti t n it aerial Drend<
noughts run remain in tlie nir four
days and four nights, carrying several
machine guns, nnd can drop tons of
bombs on land stations or ships beneath.
The  new  Keiss sighting  instrument
makes     bomb dropping      an      exact I
sconce    The German airship "Z ill."
while manoeuverlng at baUlo speed ai
fiflfiri feet nlliiiiil.*, shol t" t'i B in  17
mlnuteB a targel representing the sll
honetle if a whole villnge On l.nke
Cnnatance s smnll canvas floal wns
riddled from an n'rsMp '*'������ miles
nwny nnd al nn altitude of 3000 feet
The ling, sustained nighl cruises of
ibnse shirs ond Hie facl Hint eight
large stations bnve been constructed
ii Heligoland, Kli 1. Cuxhaven, Wll-
helmshsven, Dusscldorf, Frankfort,
nnd Cologne, on the north and went, i
to house tliem. make It quite nppnrent I
that liritish territory would be ensMv
aooesslble,  The damage that could be
done by theno powerful aerinl cruisers,
nolle over reaching the regular naenl
parrel post.
Early this vear Hon. Rudolph*
lemleux Introduced a resolution declaring  "that   In   the opinion   of    tbi��
liouse. the establishment of a cheap
parcel post system would be to the
advantage of the consumers of Canada"
Although opposed by the express
companies, and. lo some extent, by
the smaller merrhnnts. the movement
has many Influential friends. The
zone system, such as was adopted by
the I'nlted States, Is most favored, an
the great distances In Canada make
a  flat rate Impracticable.
|.-nriv yr-irs pco today the Atlantic
n White Star liner, wns wrecked off
Nova Scotia. About r.flfl lives were
lost, while 442. Including Captain
Williams, were  snved.
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* SCRAP BOOK FOR TODAY. ���
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pomp and display, although ths administration of the regents lssts only
Blx months.
De   Observed
Festival    of    Fools   to
Today.
When .mu go lo the office today, if
you air n business mail, u sober-faced
office boy Is likely to inform you that |
you an'  requested    to call    up    Mr,
Train at the railway station.    You do  tho  tempest
bo, and nsk, wllb a rising Inflection:
"Mister Train ?"
Comes a weary voice from thn
other end of the wire:
"Oh, you've mister train, have you?
That Is loo had. You are shout tho
thousandth party Hint lias mister train
IBRITI3H   AERIAL   DEFENSE.
The British nlrshlo nacre! mvaiprl-
o��i.*i* i.-'-'i ������! in the house if com
xiku's a few days ngo bv t'l'oi'ci
Hit'lv, secretary for war. was evident
iv that ef Hip perfecting ot an ml
vnnc'-d Ivne of aeroplane, conceniiiu:
which Colonel Seelv msde an announcement In Introducing his    army
��*-*Sl'*"-Ml,  ���* ^	
ll is claimed for the new aeroplane  getlc construction
Ihsit it Is far Superior In nny in   tlm  land, bul  I'm  nav
ii* fences, bnve meHe it
'bat Ilrllnln should cren'e nn nerlnl
d* fence fnrre capabla if destroying
all such Invaders.
An aeroplane capable et traveling
90 miles nn hour would be able to
manoeuvre nrnnnd such airships with
great advantage, Inasmuch as iiritain
i,ib rr* des'rfl to r.rr.-(t,. nu aerial nnw
for other thnn defence purposes. Hip
ponderous alr-crulser hns no nttrne-
ti"n llv nexl Mav the RrlHsli srmv
will I'nvT' vs neronlsncs, some if the
���*��� - t-w iri this -'c's not contrast
'���'.���������ill' ��� '*!: tin* French program of
having 1000 war aeroplanes In commission bv Hie end of 1!0 I.
l''ot* rn:; Hie French aerial war bud-
i"*t   will amount to uhoii:   ���js.r.on.nnu.
The  t" rfecllng of the    now    liritish
'machine ought In lu* followed by ener-
since not only for
Imperative  today, and called us up to tell about
        service  Is It    ox-
��,s��es��lon of other    nations,    having  tremely ImporUnl     Toronto Mail and
��m s-pw ds, one over SO raHce an hmir Empire.
Ring off ^^^^^^^^
Then a sheepish grin overspreads
your face, nnd you renll/.e that today
Is llie Unit of April, the fuHtivnl fools,
and Hint office boys must have their
fun.
Or you mny he nsked to call for Mr.
Bklniier, at B number which connects
you with the office of n certain lawyer, niul you can fairly feel thnt legal
luminary growing red 111 llie fnre ns
lie answers lhe cull. Ai-.iin. you may
Innocently call a hospital niul Inquire it
for  Mr.  Klllem,  us directed  to do on   v
a memorandum b*n on   your   desk.
j You lire  mu   likely to lind   Mr. Coffin
when you conneot with tin* number
of an undertaker, and tin, barber may
become peevish  when  you  inquire for
Mr. Cuttem.    The telephone has be-
come I lie mainstay of Hie April fool
Joker.
Hm   If you  nre  fooled  despite    nil
| vigilance   and you nre likely to be
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* THE   HUMAN   PROCESSION.    ���
��� (By O. Terence.) ���
���������������������������������������������������
Speaker Lowther, 58 Today, Wlll Be
Elevated to Peerage.
Members of the liritish house of
commons will today congratula'e their
speaker, the Rl. Hon. .lamen William
Lowther, on bis f.Sih birthday. It Is
not likely that there will be any facetious comments on the fact that the
speaker was born on All Fool's Day,
for in IiIb robes. hiB wi��, nnd silver-
buckled boots, with a huge golden
mac,. In one band, Mr Lowther Is a
dignified personage, and not to he
trifled with. While on dutj he h sur-
rino'ibd  iv n  retinue of attendants
niul a small nrrnv of satellites, anil bis
every act Ib regulated by precedent
and tradition.
lie  sits on n  throne  In  semi-regal
stnte   nnd does not mingle with    the
legislators,   Dally a sea of language
iges nbout him, nnd waves and hll-
i'.vr of words dnsh against  his rock,
on   which  be  sits  enthroned.    When
of   partisanship   rnges
fWrpst, nnd tbr'niens tn engulf Hie
filliraltnr of otithnr'tf the spenker
rises and commands, "Peace, be still."
The storm Of words subsides, nnd
sll""co takes the fine* of pandemonium.
Tbe snenkpr rules, and against his
ruling there Is no appeal, "I havo
rnoken." s-"s the spenkT, nnd the
���mnttnr In set'lerl Once In n cenera-
lion there may be n protest, but he
who protests roes ngnlnst centuries
Of tradition that command Instant
obedience to the ruling of him who
sits on the speaker's throne.
Mr l,owtlier hns been spenker of
the bouse for eight years, nnd It Is
understood Ihni he now deslre:i lo re-
tiro  to lhe more peaceful atmosphere
r Hie iiouse of lords,   When hc lavs
tin*  mace for  Hie  hst  time  be
wlll be created n viscount, nnd If bis
parly   be  In   power  will   probably  be
given a high placn In the government.
Tiie   Speaker,   like   his   predecessors
for centuries, wears while on duty a
robe of s'lk, knee breoohos nnd stock-
Ini-s of tho s'line material, and lncy-
frMled collar and cun'" Mr. Lowther,
although be bilil'i office under a Liberal government, l�� iifflllatPd politically with lhe opposition,    He Is one ot
Footlights.
Footlights were first put on the Em?-
lish stage by David Oarrick, wha
borrowed the t>rsctioe from Halv.
O. falling star at twilight,
O, questing sail  unfurled;
Through unknown sens 1 follow theso
Downhill across the world.
Then walk her down to Sydney,
Through the Singapore;
Dutch Marie and Ysabnl
Waltln' on the shore.
Depp they Up In every spa,
land's End to the Horn,
For every sallorman that dies
A sallorman in born.
���John Reed, In Century.
ivHiTKHinrc a kdmonds��� Ban-later*
nnd fislkjltors, Westminster Trunt Blk,
CoTpmbln street, New \V,4Unilnsl,-r. H.C
Cable o/Mri-HH "WhltOslOS, Western
i'nion. P. O. Drnwir boo Telephone
SS.   W. 3. Whltratilx.   II     I.   Kdinnnda.
Dr.
PRICES
CREAM
Baking Powder
Purity in food, lower cost of living���
these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy
itself. We cannot have health without healthful food.
The most healthful foods are the quickly
raised flour foods ��� biscuit, cake, muffins,
crusts and other f, stry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
|     AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
j H.   J.   A.    BURNETT,    AUDITOR    AND
Aocoontnnt.    Tel.  It  UK.    Room  'ii
Hart bloc*.
BOARD   OF   TRADE.
BOAIID OF TRADE)���NEW WE8TMIN-
Hier Board of Trade meets In thoodard
rmwn, city Hull, nn follows: Third-Friday of each month; quartorly moetlnf
on the third Friday nr February, May,
Aufftint and November at 8 nni. An-
nunl mctlngn on lhe tht nil Friday or
February. S. II. Htimrt Wi^n,
tary.
Beet
SYNOPSIS
OF   COAL   MINING
GUI.ATIONS
KUV
Dr. PRICE S baking powder makes these
-���ods in specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic and
hygienic reasons, such food should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, wholesome food.
tqai, mini>'0 ritfhtM of th- Dominion
in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberts
tlif; Yukon Ti'rrltory. thi' NortfrWMl TVr-
rltortcfl And In h port ion of tl.>- J'lnvfno*
nt BrlUin Columbia, may i��" feasMS for t
nrm or twonty-one y-um at an ���nnttal
rr-ninl or $1 nn ni-nv Nm more than ilf>8#
norm win h** leaned tu ono applicant.
a[i[.i.r.tii-.i, for n Lease muii be ihh<i��
liy tin- applloanl In person to the Ajtfent
Or Htih-Ani-nl nf thi* t|Vntrlr' In wiilrh the
iik'Hh nt t-[i<���' 1 for nn- lltVUtoa
in Rtrrveyed territory thn [and rauat hm
iltwrJlH'i!   by   H'Ttlonw,   ur   WgQ\   hiiI)-(IIv|-
���slnnJi ��f Motions, and in Dnmrvayed territory   thn   trrn't   applied    for    inoll    bn
Hiiikcft out by tho applicant hlmsolf.
Raob nppuoatlnn tntnt be acoompstUnd
hy  u  fee of  $!.  v.'hlrh  will  tn-  r.rumt.'it  If
the riKhtH applied fnr um not available,
hut not othiirwffio. A royalty Nlmll h��
[-nili on the ini'irhuntuliti' OUtpUl of thn
mlnn ut th<�� ru*f uf five oentfl por tun.
Thi; perwm np^ratlnif thp mlnn Shall
fnriiiMh thn Airnnt wtth sworn returns
MCountlng fnr the f��n quantity of ni*T-
nhantabln rotil mined anri juiy the roy-
ijMy thnrmn. If the conl mining rlKlit*
urn nnt b**\nK operated suoh retumn nnOuld
he fiimtshed ttt least  nncf n year,
The lease will Include the MaJ mining
rights inly, mit the leasee will he permitted u, pureh&jie whatever avnllahle
Surface rlRhts may be Oonslden-d necessary fnr tnn working of the mine et the
rate of $10 an rirre.
For full Information application should
hn mnde to the Nvrretar/ of the ptpiirt*
ment   of the Interior,  f)ttnwu, or  to sny
Agent or Bub-Ajront of Dominion i.nnda
W.  W. CORY,
DejrUty   Minister of  thn  Interior..
N.  B --Wnauthurized ntihlli'tnlnn of thin
Firivertlaemen1 win nr��t be paid for.
WHEN IN NEED OF HELP
PHONE   R 1031.
CLARK-FRASER
Employment Agency
Protnpl nttontlon given tn ordors,
607 Front St., Now Westminster, B.C.
If you read THE NEWS
you get all the news. *******
TUK8DAV, APftIL 1, 1813
a���wm .     ���
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MU THftH
���*���'*.
Ws flfe -Ste^E
"Cach w
ith order,"
the magic
purchasing   power
that    In
creaBes
your   fl.00
to   |1,60
hero.
DURBAR IN KINEMACOLOR
Tb*.KingEmperor~>nd Queen-Eiripretijn their Regal Robei at Delhi
AT THB OPERA HOUSE ALL THIBWBBK EXCEPT THURSDAY N'lOHT
������-^r**m**m*i**aM!*m**^*m*tTm**s.a-1. a.    wa���B��� iuj
Fairy Tales Surpassed
By .Morgan's  Wizardry
���No man of recent times haB occu
pled a mora prominent place Ih
American financial history than John
Plerpont Morgan. He was in the
bunking business for more than half
u century, and during the latter years
or his in,, lip was unquestionably the
financial dictator of the United States.
When a panic seized Wall Street In
1301 during the struggle for the control of the Northern Pacifle railroad It
was Mr. Morgan who came to the
rescue, Again, when In the fall of
11*<)7 the Wall Street panic wus at Its
height, the financiers of the country
Instinctively turned to Mr. Morgan
for aid and advice. Ile heeded the
appeal, and within forty hours created
a pool of 140,008,000 and paved tbe
nation from a panic that threatened
to topple over many of the financial
pillars'of the country
Aside from these two incidents Mr
Morgan  probably  will be chiefly  re
Biembered fnr the Important part   he
took   In   floating   the     I'nlted     States
Steel Corporation. Tlle violent decline
In the serurliies of the steel triiBt dur- |
lug the il presslon of 1903-04, and the j
storm   i f   criticism   that   broke   forth
from the thousands of Investors In the
United States and In Kurope who put
their money In'o these securities, had
been   a  thorn   In   Mr.   Morgan's   side,
and   his  rhlef ambition   In  the   years
thai  followed  was to see the steel securities In sucii position In the market
that his most   bitter critics would be
forced  to  concede  that   he   built   the
great truat on  a substantial    foundation.
As an example of business capacity
of a remarkable kind. Mr. Morgan wm
almost Without parallel. He was as
capable as any of the Rothschilds In
the money Une and his achievements
as an Industrial organizer surpassed
any slinil.ii feats performed by other
operators In the On lted states or
abroad     Among the concrete  results
of Mr. Morgan's financial genius were
the reorganization of the Buffalo and
Wi'T Hlutf", and its lease to the New
York Central, the reorganization of
Chesapeake and Ohio: the rearrangement of the Oreat Southern nnd the
reorganisation of the Erie, ills influence was also materially fell in the
Paolflo system.
Some of the achloveihonts which he
made Inr.ldi ntS 10 bis money and railroad business are the present
efficiency pf  tli"    Japan    and    China'
carrying trad", th msolldatlon    of
the Wostorn i'nion Telegraph nud tha
American Bell Telephone company,
combination of the coffin producing
and Bteel Industries and the launching
of ihe Bdlson process of magnetic
Iron ore seoaratlon,
Finance In Hla Blood.
Mr Muvi'iip was bom at Hertford
Conn, April IT. 1887. Ills early school.
In" opportunities were Ihe beHt. He
graduated from the llosion high
setv il and was a student In the University of coettingen, Germany,   nis
father was a financier of prominence
ami ii was not difficult for young Morgan to ct s start in the business
world. After hla return from Oermany
young Morgan went Into his father's
banking h'lslneSS. As his experience
in the business grew his father wisely
placed  Upon  his shoulders morn  and
more of the firm's responsibilities.
He was sent to London ss Ihe firm's
representative ami there. In the count
Ing room of Morgan fi I'eshody. he ob
talnnd a thorough grounding In the
exceedingly complicated subject of
rore'irn p*��rlmnnn. When he returned
t-i New York he again entered hla
father's banking (Inn.
Knim 1X114 to 1871 he was a mflmBer
rf the firm of Hahney, Morgan A Co..
dealers   In     investment    securities.
/bet \"M'} he ������tinic'ed the attention I
cf lhe  whole  financial    nnd  railroad
worM  hv   nivtDg  and  obtaining   pos-
se��slpn of the Albany fi Susuiiehanns ;
rsllresd.   which   Oould  nnd   Halt   had I
tr'ed to wreck.
Thla was his flrst great success j
partio'ilarlv remarkable owing to the
fact that In Ihe fight ho *U pitted
renins! the two greatest and most un.
perMnule'iu stock and rnllrond manipulator! of Ihe country and boat them
nt their own game.    In 1S71    he    be.
came a member of the banking flrm
of Drexel, Morgan fi Co., which later
lieoamc .1. P. Morgan ft Co., the
largest private financial Institution In
the world.
The hlslnry of Ihe Morgan banking
house reads almost like a fairy tale.
so wonderful have been Its achievements. In 1871 Mr. Morgan created
a market In Europe for $25,000,000 of
New York Central slock and sold It
there at a profit which amazed old
Commodore Vandorbilt. In 1877 he
handled an Issue of {UCO,000.000 of
government bonds in preparation for
putting the national currency on a
gold  basis.
In  1830 he provided $40,000,000 for
the extension of the Northern Pacific
railroad  to the Pacific coast.    In the
same year he was instrumental In the
reorganization of the Heading railroad
;and the Baltimore and Ohio, Involving
a  loan of SIO.000.000.    ln    1893    the
Southern  railwav  was create*! out o'
the  Richmond  Terminal    and    sll'ed
lines.    In 1895    he    rehabilitated    the
, Erie   road.     Two   years   later  hn   pat
��� Ihe I^'hlgh Valley road on Its fee- nn!
hrought   ah-iiit   a  soft   cosl   combination,    In 1892 he performed one of h'S
most   remarkable  feats.    In  comoatiT
with   Aurnst   Ilelmnnt   he   undertook
to and d'd maintain  the gold  reserve
fn  the  federal  treasury, causing    the
suspension of tho laws of exchange ln
(Contlnnerl on Pare Pour.)
I
SQUABBLING ABOUT
ARMY FLYING MEN
Certain   Exclusive  Service  Clubs    Re.
fuss  Entrance to  Members of
Royal Corpa.
I "nd.in,   March   IS.--Tho  efficiency
of the Royal  flying cnrpB of the Drlt- i
ish   army   Is seriously   threatened  bo j
cause of the exclusivenesti of certain j
English service clubs, and unless lhe
clubs recede from their position,    the |
rorps bids lair to be deprived of the
services of  some  of  the   moBt    nble |
aviators In England.
The corps needs flyers, and to   get
them  it   hns had  to  take  In civilians
nml  give  them  Ihe  rank    of officers I
This new rank permits the civilian t<  !
Join clubs previously   open    to   nrnn j
'officers only, and  It Is to this condition Ihat the clubs object.    Tho new
Iv created    officers    Insist    on    th>;r |
rights, am! the clubs declare Ihey will
resist the Invasion.
Tin- roval  flying co-'ps will oosios- j
a total of 100 aeroplanes by tbn end
of nexl  month,    This total  will    In
olude tbe machines purchased bv   Ihe i
���war office and the admiralty m   ihei
Aero ahow;  the '.'I machines pf   the
army type now being delivered b" oul   j
Bide  ei nstructors.   and   Ihe   mar'-lner |
actually in uue in the Ceni-ni fly Inr
school ou Salisbury plnln thn nave'
"Thing heaihieartcrs nl Eastrhurch
and  the Iloyal    Aircraft    factory    at
' Parn borough,
Wllh this numi-er of machines .enn
in hand ihe question of personnel im*
ngnin become a rroble-". Thi"" nre
not enoiit-h men lu the nnnv nud naw
wllh sufficient knowledge nnd evner'-
ence of BOronaUtlOS lo man these
craft, and so ibe corps bed to go out
aide for civilian flyers nnd give then-
nr���-��� rank,
i*p*tp rrletlon wllh ibe elnha Is per-
IV"larlv seute on ncco"���f of some
n-en who hnd previously been denied
admission, bul whn now, with their
new rank, com" k"oek'"ir at the d'*"-"-
wii'i n demftnd for s't-nlsslon thai
[thev say tho clubs cannot possibly refuse.
Horn In tb" Mtnorlen I nn'tni, In
fJnvcmW, 1"le Mm Kilt-, Sands hn��
lust died nt C'uwborotlgh, flimfle-r
She was the dan.tiitiT of a rlocksin'��h
nnd when shr -vent to rirowborough
R0 years aro she established herself
as nn ernert 'n he- frit lie's trade. For
mnny years residents from u wide
area took their watches and clocks
to her for repair.
DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
FURNITURE
Here is a very special
bargain in children's underwear
Knit drawers and Under Vests; aU
sizes. Also Fleeced Underwear in all
sizes, prices 35c t > 45c. Take your
pick, any size, both styles, each at 25c
Caps tor Men; $1.00, $1.26 and $1.60 qualities cut
to
.85=
Men's  Suspenders;   25c  aud  40c  grades,   cut   to
 ,.25c
$1.00
.$3.75
...20c
...20c
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons; per set	
$5.00 Hand Uags cut to	
30c Whisk Broom 	
30c Cotton Clothes Line; 50 feet ....
45c double warp 80-luch Sheeting cut to..   . .Z7\'sz
Indies' $1.50 Kid Gloves cut to $1.25
$2.00 Kid Cloves cut ta  . 51.45
$1.00 Kid Gloveo cut to SO:
75c Kid Gloves cut to 50c
40c Hemstitched Pillow Cases cut to    ��� 27c
$150 White Btd KpreadB cut to $1.10
$1.00 White Bed Spreads cut to	
$1.75 Whlto Blankets cut to	
Twilled  Cotton  Sheets,   72x90,  $2.76   grauT,   cut
to     $2.03
75c Table Linen, 70 Inches wide, cut to  ..   . -45e
$2 50 Heavy Llnrn Napkins cut to   $2.65
$4.00   Double    Satin    Damask    Napkins    out    to��
        $2.95
$2.50 All Linen Restaurant Napkins cut to $1.75
$3.00 Hemstitched Sheets. 72x90, cut to ....$2.25
S.1.50 72-Inch Tablu l.iuen cut to, per yard  .  $1.03
10c Cottcn I'rints cut. to ...Ty.a
50c All Linen Guest Towelling cut to   37(ic
ISc Crums Prluts cut to 13' '2c
....70c
. .. .$1.20
A Sewing
Machine
Bargain
for opot qash. Tho famous Goodrich
11, warranted for 10 yeara, ball-bearings and every Improvement that any
$115.00 mnchinn has. Special cut
price   . $35.00
ln cabinet style $-43.00
WHAT Wt WANT IS CASH
$40,000 IN 30 DAYS
WE COULD SELL A
MILLION ON CREDIT
This   week   we   call   your
attention again  to the superb bargains we offer you
in  Dry Goods and Ladies9
Ready  to   Wear.    We  say
with all confidence that no
house  in  the  west  offers
better assortments of new,
up-to-date merchandise, and
none can beat the marked-
down prices we make in this
sale.    It certainly will pay
you to trade at home.    28
days more of these tremendous cut prices.
During this sale we will prepay freiclit within a radius
of ISO miles, "Cash wltb
order."
ARE YOU
AWARE
That we have the best selected stock
of Crockery and House Furnishing*
in the city? Here arc some bargains
that talk right out loud for this
department:
$10.00 Toilet Sets cut to $7.95
$7.00 Toilet Seto cut to      -��� $5.10
$4.50 Toilet Sets cut to $3.95
$8X0 40-plecc China Tea Set cut to $��.95
fi piece  $15.00  Imperial China Tea   Set   cut   to
 $11.75
iOO-plece Imperial China  Dinner Set, value $60,
cut to    ...$43.75
S cakes Fairy Soap at 25c
25c package Cold Dust at 20c
I-adits' lie. Hand Hags, cut to 45c
$2.00 Hand Bags cut to $1.25
SO piece $50.00 China Dinner set out to $3050
96-piece   }15.00   set   Crown   Semi-Porcelain   cut
to ....  ..' $11X5
Dress Goods
15c Crums Prints cut to        12' ic
15c Ginghams cut to 11c
45-inch Bungalow Net.-, 35c qualities, cut to. .   23c
55c Grecian Net* cut to 35c
C5c Venice Nits cut to 40c
15c All Linen Towelling cut to     11c
::0c Heavy Scotch Linen Towelling cut to . .18^0
��5c Cotton Terry Towelling cut to :. . 18c
Priestley's famous   makes, slashed   In prtcw   tor
this sale.
45c Hotrafr Dtces Goods cut to 29c
Priestley's Mohair Dress   Goods, 75c   grade,   cut
to
49c
04-Inch   Wool  Checaw,   Priestley and  $1.50   Dress
Coeds, cut to $1.15
SI.00 Dress SiDcs cut to TOa
75c Drrcs Silks cut to 55c
��0c Finer Silk* cut to S5c
$1.50 Chnrmeuse Silks cut to     $1.10
X*    '*-e.��*4
:   .       Sf-V-tX
'���''   ������'���'-^"
*.. *-..*. ..,^:r-*tf:r.
100 Grass
Chairs
at   manufacturers   prices;   some    at
$2.93, others at $3.00, $3.25, $3.90 and ���
         $4.00
"Dickey Bird" Suits ln ths latent materials und linings; $35 00 qualities
cut to       ....$28.75
m
I
"Rose Nell" Coata marked down   tu
$1230. $1130 and  $15.00
Plenty for all In this greal stock; sale continues until May 1st; wa aro making prices work in raisins
this $40,000.    All lease accounts closed until further notice.
Some deliveries are going to
ho delayed, yet wo shull try
not to disappoint any of our
customers.
LEES LIMITED
Sure- Wo will refund on any
purchase If you find It unsatisfactory, or change it for
others   l(  you  prefer. ��nm
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1(13
SIXTEEN CANDIDATES
fOR EIGHT SEATS
'Intcrostt-hg Election  Expected for Aldermanlc Board of Port Moody
 p. D.  Roe   First  Mayor.
An wa* anticipated Mr. Ferry Doug-
-tan Ko�� was olcctcil first mayor of the
cily of Port Moody yesterday by ac
��� clamatlt.n.
The nchocl trustees were also elept-
cd without opposition. They are ub
���roHowa: MO** **..*������ H��e- MlsB K1��'"
eneti M. Clarke anil Mr. E, H. Paulson,
Th<ro nm 18 candidates fur eight
aldermanic scats and the subsequent
proc-erdtnKs are likely to bo Intereat'
t***fiU not llvei}'..
They are: 'Messrs, Frederick Wm.
MeNeir-c. broker: Arthur Edward Par-
jraonii. broker, Vanoouver; .1. 11. Mclean, lumbormnn; Kaa oMislo, mill-
�����ri��;ht; M. It ottley, merchant; Peter
Rellly, James  A.   Clark,  brokers;   A.
r. ij��tta. mill foreman; w. N. Cowley,
rartner;    Arthur   Wllka,   accountant,
aociiHiea and clubs In the United
States and Europe.
ll l.t Impossible to estimate with
sny degree of accuracy tlie slzo of the
Morgan fortune, it bas boon various
Iv estimated in ree&nt yeara at from
$76,000,000 to $200,-000,000. If it in
anywhere mar the latter figure lt is
equally true tbat Mr. Morgan made
as mncli for others.
ln 1861 Mr. Morgan married Mlaa
Amelia SturgeB, who died the follow
ing year, ln 1S��5 lie married I'Tan
cos  Louise  Tracy,  by  whom  ho  bad
TALES 0F_0ATS.
Stories That Come From ths Historls
Tower of London.
Two stories of ibe liitc'lllgpiire and
sympathy of our feline fiienila were
told me during one or my numerous
visits to ibe Tower of London while 1
wus living In Kuglaud.
Southampton was a prisoner In the
Tower with tbe Karl of Essex duii'u;
Elizabeth's reign.  In some strange way
. ue  son  and  three  daughter.    The j 0r by some unrecognized faculty u fu-
aon, .1. P.  Morgan, Jr., ia now n man   Tor|te cat 0f |,iH found bis abode und
middle age, and f >  a. number of HKid^nly appeared to hlm. havlug made
j an entrance down the chimney.   After
| his release by .lames I.. Southampton
hnd bis picture painted with tils faithful friend at his side.  Tlie portrait. 1
<��� I believe, can today be seen at Wllbeclt
. EN3LISH   NEWS. *,\ ilbbey.
* ���     Tbe other talc la of Sir Henry Wynlt,
��� ������������������������������������������������  who was committed to the Tower dur-
��� f middle tine, and for a number of
yeara linn been tho active head of
llie Morgan banking houso In New
York.
GUTTER AND GLORY
IN DURBAR PICTURES
One Long Proceodon of Magnificence,
Loyalty  Discipline and Varied
Interest.
R, Johnston, chief ranger of the
Earl of Wiiveney Eoreslors' Court.
Harleston, Initiated K6 members on
one night, and signed his name 700
times at ono sitting.
Made hy Antonio Stradlvarlus, a
line tenor violin which had been ex-
tng tbe reign of Richard III. and suffered, much |rnm want of clothing und
Magnificent! The Kinemacolor pictures of the Durbar, shown at tho
,operj bout-jo last nlgbt wero all that is
j claimed of them and more. Seldom
; has a finer show been put on than
j were these splendid pictures of ono ot
I the most stuponduouBly gorgeous
I scenes In history.
| Up ln this northern corner-of the
world, we often read of tho colored
splendors of the great liritish Indian
I empire, but while we read, we realize
little of the dazzling pomp that lu fact
,���������. ,    . . blblted nt tho Hoyal  Albert Hall ex
VtoeouVen'w'."D. Mackay, broker; A. hib'tion  of  musical  Instruments real-
B.  "White.   a��6mmt:int;   JoBcph   Cote,    *  ���������  "��������� *'' ' '"   ""    <���
retired;   Wm.   T.   Johnston,   broker;
John Murray, retired; Nerval'Brltton
broker.
Idling takes placo next Thursday.
Hew lord lister
School Complete]^
iContiniiefl rrom face onei
Izcd ��T"iO at the Glendlnlng's, on
recent Monday.
������class rcrma in tbo basement are feature* of the new school, though they
have not as yet been equipped. Sanitary drinking fountains arc also, situated cn each  floor.
Tho heating and ventilating arrangements aro i[ the most safe,
simple and efficient nature and are
-regulated automatically on the thermo-
stall t systi in.
The trustcos will report at the nexl
hoard meeting tho results of their ex-
amtnaUon following which the opening
tif the school wlll probably be ordered.
One of the rooms Is being used at
the Present time to relieve the
pePih-n prevailing in some of
other schools In the city.
con-
thc
First Class Petty Officer Oscar
Ceorgo lllschop, of the navnl gunnery
school at Whale island, Portsmouth,
was injured recently by recoil while
testing a gun, and died almost Immediately.
The funeral took place at Asbford
of Mrs. Catherine Keeler, aged
hose husband, a naval officer,
Irowned  In  a shipwreck  a few
months nfter tlieir marriage, and whr
wa3 for 70 years a widow.
Vim Ducugsb of Albany paid a sur
prlso visit to tho Church Army's Chll
dren'fl sanatorium, at Fleet, on her
birthday, taking with her half her
birthday cake for the milo inmates'
ti ,i. and playing with them.
Jusl after leaving Sydenham-road
cotlYlcIl school, at Croydon. Doris
Lit iwoi ���!. aged six years, was run
over by a motor bus proceeding alon
N .-il rule road. The wind passed
��� v r hi r head, hilling her on tha spot
���* ii   Erplnaham,  Norttik,    district
1 are Inviting applications   foi
new cottages, with hall an   acre 11
rdi i .  at    UT   il   year,  to   bo paid  ���"
tin   rale of a Bhilllng a v. eel;, ai.il llv
balance al  harvest time or Michael
food.  He would hnve |ierlshed If a oat  exists In that land of wild romance,
had not come down Into bis room and 'that land of 360,000,000 alien peoples
warmed him by lying on his breast
and saved blm from starvation by
bringing htm an occasional pigeon
caught on the leads. Although the
keeper wns under orders not to Improve his food, be agreed to cook anything which Sir tleury provided, and
the pigeons which the cat brought
saved his life. Ile also bad a picture
painted showing the cat offering a pigeon through the burs of his cell.���Our
Dumb Friends.
MOCK WINDOWS.
governed  ln  peace  by  a  handful  of
Britishers.
But at last wo have an opportunity
of gazing at those colors with our own
eyes. Through the medium of tho latest wonder of the world, the Kinemacolor, we are privileged while the rain
pours down without to go and bask In
the sun of India, to rtvel in the bright
ind harmonious hues of that'great
country's  crowds,  to   marvel   at   the
Baby Edna May Wilson In "A Bach
elor'a Baby" at the Opera House
Thursday,  April 3.
question asked and without resistance
given.
But not is our part to take the spectator through every foot of three miles
umptuous pomp of her native rulers]of beautiful colored film. Enough
mil to glory in the military might, the i to say that the whole show is ono long
���vise Judgment and the kindly rule thai I proceslon of magnificent loyalty, dis-
narshal white and brown together injcipllne and a varied and wonderful
be common service of the Indian em- I interest that must appeal to the dull-
fairy Tales Surpassed
���a** mm. m .... q llttJUCU      I 1 M< *������* *~�� ���     .' .     -
By Morgans Wsza dry   ^7 ^LinT^���
nrm for  over  seven  years  lay  hei
As tin
' r.r*'nc
result oT an accident to her
woman named Hatherley, ol
(Continued from Page Three i
suit.
l'i    and  1
has ujsl il'
earl'
1 "i
blind  mothi r,
the ngo of
Being unable to Btop beforo thi
,..,,,���: |ete ��������� enlnii of a d-quble brlds
carrying traffic lo the docks from i
main thoroughfare of Ooole, the
steamer Ezard'.an cul oH half thi
���structure aud il..; Bank. Tlie stoamei
sustained alight  damage.
Ernest Baiter, ot Peterborough
shouting "Here goes'." Jumped irom
the platform of the Q. N. R. station
in front of a goods train, but Inspector Herman and a ticket collector
jumped after him and pulled him out
of danger. He was taken to the police
illation.
���orrtir lo scc-fmpllsh the r
Steel Corporation.
Another Important deal v,:is the or
maiiij.ins nnd  the  floating of the  se-
curiiioj  of  the   United  Statea  Steel
Corporation, wltb a capital of $1,109,-
-090,000.   The violent decline in    the
wccurlt '.e-a  of   the  Bteel   truBl   during
tne depression ot 1H03-4 was as prom-
inly relieved by lhe Influonce ot Mr.
Morgan, and lie made il  his business
ir-tnn that time on to prevent, a.- much
tit   Jioss'ble,   all   violent   niie'.i-.allon*
#b thai ��tcck.
The most recoct flnanc'al deal of
,*srcat Importance engineered by Mr.
Morgan ami his jLssocl&tas was the
purchase In November of 190!) of the
���contrailIng majority of tbe stock of
the ptjultablo Life Assurance Society,
<fortnri1y  owned  bv  Thomas   I*.  Ryan,
-Mr. Hynn bought the controlling inter-,
*^llt   in,   tlio   company,   the   assets     of
which,   according to the list state-
tllm  nt  Issued  previous to    the    Bale,   n
Mnowutag to 1476,000,000, from James j
II. tlyflc. former president cf tho com-1    On  tbe  g.ound  Ihat  the  proposed
��� ^an>. I new dock, to 'lecupy half the length
The a-iuisitlon et the control of of the sea from at Dover, would bi
thr- Equitable brought the total of the 'ruinous lo Hi" town as a residential
*ju>iial and the resources of insurance and visiting result, Dover corporation
���CDffiPaBlea. hanks ard trust com pan- decided actively to oppose the bill of
H-k controlled hy  Mr. Morgan and h's Ibe harbor b'atd.
Thay Wer* Common In England Whan
Raal Onaa War* Taxed.
The window tax ln England, a very
iid  tax commencing In  the reign ot
William lu��� wus not discontinued uu- \
til   Lord   Halifax   changed  It to  tbe
house duty In 18T>1.   ���
It must have caused a grent amount :
it consumption, anaemia nnd other foul
air mnlndies, for In 1866 there were
only nn average of six windows in J
English houses Indeed, the British
architect! are not yet free from the bad
Influence of this tax.
In very iiiaiiy old bouses In England
today lliero may lip seen mock windows *
painted on lhe walls for symmetry ���
hideous tilings. Not only were gl.a7.iHl
windows taxed, Imt uny hole In the
wall was Included Indeed. In llle earlv
days only very lii li people In England
bad glass windows, and so precious
were these that Ibey were carried from
one house to another when people
moved their quarters,
Curious dodges were practiced to en-
cape the tax, such as extending one
window nerosN two houses or making a
very wide division between two panes
nf glass. Tlle loss to tlle nation must
have been a hundredfold the revenues
rollected from this bad tax.���Boston
Herald.
lire  and  of  the  Kalser-i-llind,   King i
leorge the Fifth, Emperor of India,    j
Guns Go By.
\'n llrlllther could have boen pros*
nt last night and n< t fi it a tingle of
ride to belong to the same race aB i
lore whlto uniformed gentlemen who
loved eo quietly in command of those
���ft  bellies of  varied  humanity  that
irouged the Durbar, nr as those gal-
it  gunners  who galloped  past  the
ilntlng  point  with  the  khaki  guns
limping    and    trailing In hind  them j
>vcr the dusty desert that served fori
parade ground for 50,000 troops.
But  there  \vcre  ml   only  gunners!
lere,    Here  come  the  Lancers,  the
Iragoons,    the    Black    Watch    ami
'ommy  Atkins  trudging  ii   manfully
hrough tho heat.    Here too arc the
allant little Gurkhas chumming with
he lanky Highlanders, here the beard-1
���i Sikhs and here the fine : oldicrs of
Vladras.
Next with hobblng necks sway past
he camil regiments, followed by wild
roops of small    hill    llajahs    while
Dwelled  clephanta,
lOBtly eilks such i
est mind, and arouse the mojt torpid
Imagination to some conception of the
other worlds that exist outside of British Columbia, outside of this white
world which forms our narrow horizon, a world into which lt Is given lo
few to outer with understanding, but
Into which it is a privilege to be given
the opportunity of only peeping as a
child Into an Illustrated book
We cannot read the letter proFS but
We can be fascinated by tho pictures.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
is meeting with tho greatest favor wherever laid.
Bltulithic on Seoond Street, Nev Westminster, with Boulevard Down
tha Centre.
Bltulithic ls noiseless, aon-Bllppery, practically dustings, oasy on
horBeti' feet, and, above all, particularly durable. For those reasons
Bltulithic ls commended highly by owners of automobiles nnd horses,
householders, and telly officials. It bus been adopted by fifteen cities
ln Canada, and over two hundred ln tho United States.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7130.       714-717 Dominion Truat Building, Vancouver.
TOMATO    CULTURE.
B.-ingi
It   Is  Cie    E-.rly   Fruit   That
Money to Growers,
Almost  anyono with   a garden   or
farm In n tempi rale climate can grow
tomatoes with greater i r tl BB BUCCeBE
but   there    Is  a  greal    dlffen nc    Im-
tv/een tho oxtent and   quality of the
crops grown l y different persona in
the Bame locality,   These differences
are   due   to   bi viral   causes   among
caparisoned  with |whicb the varieties grown and meth-
ray lady in this c(jB ,,f cultivation practised   are per-
B wanton clime enn never hope to | haps the chief,
vear, arouce the wonder of ub all
Order and Discipline.
'The variety is endless, bewildering
vero it not for the wonderful order
��� irywhere. Tin re waa an order and
icy obeyed. A quiet word spoken by
he officer in cbargo nnd a  moment
At the inque.it on Gunner Sldnny
Anderson, aged 26, who shot himself
iu Preston barracks, Brighton, It was
stated that he bad written that b(
could not face another operation    foi
appendicitis. He left a letter apologiz
ing to the officers and adding, "I hava
my duty."
The Wort) "Set."
What  is  tbe  favorite   word  o'  the
English language?   The Germans have
their "sehlag" and "zng," which cavef
many meanings     But we bent them In
Hie one word ���not  "post" ���which   you I
might sitspeetof the supremacy of nm-'
hlgulty-^luit "iH" One always thought I
that "post"  was tlie word that  m*aut!
nil  things and   nothing.    The  punster
should  watch  the  word "set."  wblcb
has achieved nearly seventy columns In
the now  Eugll>h dictionary.    It is a
small word. Imt Its men Dings are almost   unlimited.     You   should   set   to
j work on the word, which yon use every
j day In u hundred senses.   And It would
be a   pleasant,  popular  gume  to  set
I down  the number of  ways  In   which
| you  have  used  that  word during  the
ilny.    "Set to partners" you might call
it.���London Chronicle.
h. i l working within wbei I. the whole
ice of that vast areim, a mile and a
���Ji  in diameter, is changed.
Troops marcli in and    out,    whole
���ICcs cf men as we count them in the
west, raovo and counter-move, yet Is
here no excitement, no hitch, no un-
��� i cmly running to and tm.   Order, dis-
���'pline.    And  what Inspires  that dis
'ipli'ie?    Loyalty.
"Servants of the King are we,
Serving each ill his degree."
And some of that same spirit per-
ceatis the audience.1 Hark, the band
! s playing "Ord Save the King." Here
I ie Is, King Oeorge the Fifth, our King.
I ">o<l  bless  him!     and  everyone  rises i
n his feet and i-t.iuds to attention as'
An-
assiHialos lo the gigantic sum of -."-ir
'ly ��1.710.000,0(10, made up as follow i:
[Bqnltame    Life     Assurance     Society,
���J472.(il)Mll)0;    New   York   LIT'   lnsur-
.\nce Company, *r>r>7.ooo.onn, National
Hank    uf    Commerce,      $244,000,000;
t-'ini    Nsiloniil    Bank,    $184,000,000;
'<rtii\r.inl.y   Trust   Company,   $100,000,-
i>rt,  Mpnsnlfle Trust Company, $Tr>.-
��� AotLOSQ;   Equitable   Trust     Company,
' WlWO.WW;   Hankers' Trust Company.
' Mg.ltlV.i.fthfi.    Aster    Trust    Company.
il7.UI-IU.fiOO.
Despite a life of strenuous endeavor, Mr. .Vorgan found time tin' other
thiii}-,,-.. ii<> gave away millions in
���""hitr'H). but nothing perturbed him
iihiii- th*-! to hava it  mentioned to
Vim. lie was a devout Christian and
���vesliyinan of tilt. George's Episcopal
I'hui.ch, where he could be Been every
Sunday Inorntng when at homo "" *:
mig Iho silver salver for th" ci llec
' ion.
���Patronized the Arts.
Iio tool;  an active Interest  in  thc
Metripttitan Museum of Art. and pes
The Smith's prizes for essays in
mathematical subjects at Cambridge
university have boen awarded, to 8 I
Chapman, of Trinity college, -first; and
ll. s. Jones, ol Jesus, Becond; and the |
llavlelgli prises to It. li. Fowler, ol
Trinity, and R, 0. Street and T. I.
Wren, both i f St. John's.
After a strike extending over seven
weeks Ihe dyers in Bradford and dls
irict decided to accept the terms ot
tered by tbe Bradford Dyers' Assn
elation. They agreed to plooe-worV
on a collective basis, with cortali
Buteguards. The men's unions havi
paid oul marly  ��20,000 In strike pay
ll     v a i   sin v. n   at   the    inquest     al
tlodmanchfesti r on a consumptive
named Walter Sandlfer lhal be pair
the ii ic or for attt ndlng him, and
while t'i' medical man was reoolptln,
ibe bill in another room Sandlfer s!io
himself dead. Thi doctor said the
[man would have died a natural death
within three days.
���eased one  of the iAo.it magnlflcenl     Tli/  death has occurred of Alder
.iirivMe galleries   In  tho  world,  part'man  C,   W,  Deacon, an  ex-mayor o'
.f v.tiic.ii lie kepi In his London man [Wycombe  and    magistrate    for    th'
Hard Questions.
Oh. tell tne. does the setting sun e'r
'eel a sinking pninV Why Is (inform a
"PuW.led One "I ii weathercock sn vnne?
Do stars require II gun tn shoot" What
makes a bucket pall'r What tailor
makes the elilmnev's soot? Who writes
ibe comet's tuirt
And why are doirs so lovnhie, how.
��ver much they whine? I'ray l et I me,
Mr Editor, what makes the llr tree
pine?
Why ts a vessel's hind part stent
Who sings an old hen's hiyV i'twise |p||
me, for I'd like to know, who wear*
the elose of day?-London Answers.
The Greak Figure.
flrpok   figures of  men  appear  tal'er
and more graceful Ihn It I bose ot  |.
���ins. Modern tirtlsts make ihe upright
ligui-e seven and one hn If times the
length of the huail The Greeks mnde
It   eight   limes,   lengthening   tlie   stun,
���ind the longer sweep from knee to i I
gave the figure liu-ren-sod grace snd
dignity The -.nine Milln was treipient-
l.v adopted liy I.onl Lelghl  in wlinsa
onliitlngs the Mm uwt is obtained.
'he grand  notes of the  National
'hem are played through.
And then there is a great welcome!
���o Queen Mary, as she steps out In the
sunlight, shaded  by a huge sunshade
of cloth of gold, carried by a dusky attendant in robes splendor.
Dominant Ncte.
Disciplined service, ihat Is the dom-1
in'nt note of the exhibition, an exhibi-     "' IUT1 M lho beautiful sea   ami   ll
tion especially sanctioned by the King  mav walk Into it.    I am a mental and
villi the express  purpose of carrying j Physical   wreck."   ran   a   letter staled'
an understanding of the liritish empire , at  'he Inquest io have been  received 1
According I i i xper'tnents carrh I on
or j'" irs at thc   Expi rimental   Farm
'.   on ,���*..:.  E irliaua, of  which  tin n
..  i "ii ral , trains, . * the bi Bt   cnrlv
'   '   '' * iv   ii -t. Chalks'  Knrlv
li w 1, :���:-(��� alio good oaily kinds.   Ofl
iat* r varieties Matchless Trophy, Llv-|
Ingston'B Globe   and   Plentiful   rank
high.
li is tho early rmit that makes the
nr.:fit. In growing plants what should
bo aimed at is the production of a
Btooky, Eturdy plant which will have
Borne ft-.iit act upon it whon s"t in thi
field. Afltr planting the chief wort,
is cultivation which Bhoul I be dom
both wavs in the plantation.
In order to   protect   tomato   pla-iis
from dieeaees, of which there are ���.'������.*
eral, they thould be repeatedly spray-
d. oven whin quite ycung, with llor*
leaux mixture.
I beee and many other points, w-hirh ;
soyor practically tho whole field   of
Lomato culture in the gr<-, nhonse   at
" garden  and   field, are
fully  treated   in  pamphlet  No.   10   of'
the Central Experimental Farm   prepared by the Dominion Horticulturist, ;
Mr.  W. T.  MaCoun.    This work is for
free distribution to all who   apply far
It to the publications branch   of the i
Dtpartm, :it of Agriculture at Ottawa.!
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Thursdays    Prince Itupcrt.
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oiclujiil the world.
Other things of great Interest there
ire, pictures of elephants at. their
ollet. wisely taking their baths, wisely
ceding nnd as everybody else, wisely
ibeying tlie man In command without
hy Dr. James Vnderson, cf South
Wigston. l.eie-sterslilrn, from his
wife, who was found dead at Rouih-
cliurch, Eaaox, wub a bottle of poison
by her aide. "Suicide whllo insane"
was the verdict.
It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
*f.
WHAT  CURES ECZEMA ?
We have had s
lati ly   ri ;:erd r,*;
kin   i!  H ������ -  h    tl ���
.���:���.!,!   i nr answi r
���iv, h igatit i,   v ������
iir I le v a ii 11 Ol
-��� tii i Durdi 'i "i  D
ii made i" tbi   D
f Toronto, can
o Id   ni i   iti*i;
o many ihQulrlea
Ecu ma and other
' "*e are glad to
n'l'.ic. A.fti r careful
������ * found thai a
of Wlntergreen, as
O D. Prescription
i i. ii Lahrraii.re;,
il   upon.     We
i       te|*
our patrons, friends nnd neighbors
unless ve were sure of It and al
���hough I here nre many so-called Eczema remedies sold, wp ourselves,  un
hesitatingly recommend D. D. D. Pres
crlptlon.
Drop Into our store todav and let
us toll yon more ahout II II. D Ask
ub nlio about I), n. I)  Soap; ii helps,
Sold by Frederick T. Hill, Drug
gist.
til  the age of 63.    Death  was the re
unit of a blow received on the leg h
a cricket ball  last  summer while (1*
c ased was practising for a hoard o'
guardians cricket match.
Wedding dowries of ��112 each hnve
been granted to two domestic ser
vants, Alice Kllrnlieth Johnson
daughter of a railway guard, and Lily
llarhy, daughter of a groom, by th(
trmteea or a femi of t:tnnn left iv
Mrs. Waldo-Slbthorp, who wns three
times married, to provide Annually
dowries to two poor Sleaford girls.
sion. while the smaller part adorned | borotiU'J and county of Buckingham
the palace in Now York i r was slor-
ni in the magnificent and thorough-
ty firopropf library building which lo
'���lind imllt and which also sheltered
<mf> uf tUic most valuable private col*
'tect'ijieii d" books, manuscripts, worka
.rf an. ��tc... to be found anywhere In
,��1ip ivc.rl|.
��. icefoittident of mediaeval hi iti r*
he CtrtleQjed without regard or cost.
��� nai'.jr pnBelBBB objoctB of mediaeval
���Art. nilsjiiles, Bibles, clerical orna-
ments and ornatos, embroideries, tap
������.-(Slry nn* masterpiece.! of the gold
���and silversmith's art.  At one time lie
-toouiitit b'co;o which had been Blolon ^  Lucky  Find,
yrnm an Ud church in Italy and when     A   rcmarkable    jeco  of        , ,   fc
ihe lad focame known thai lhe cope        ���...    ,       ,  ���    M      ���   , ��
hafl  no.   1   en   the   rightful   property  ^      . > na
��� ^ Ub rormefl rt'***W\ Mr;   "���������������'"   linglnnd. when site bought a quantity
���bowed  his   i���a-i,*.i.iit,i.ty   by   rei irn- ,��� ,; , ,,, kj ,,,. ,, ,��� a��gn,e ���', V-J_
..- o tc ithe rl;jlitful owiier.-i tin*,u   1(,y     ||h|1|     MaidonheaUi      Looking
coat. through the packet, she found a liter-
burlng nil his y��wa ��"'��� "organ arv trea3Ur0 ,h��� Hr,t (nur ���,���, ���nly
wnioved lire to the nlinosl. He WM edition, of "Thc Germ," containing
0Mstonata|7 fond of dogs, and his 8orne 0[ th(. ,.Rrly WorllM ������ ,)���, ]ire.
kMtoela at Cragston wore the wonder Raphaelitc Brotherhood; tli' fir-t ver-
Of lireeflers 'he world over He rode sj0n of "The Blessed Datnoiel," and
had shot and angled enthusiastically, contributions by Christina and WiI.
���and waa fond of yachting. His yacht liam Kossetti. Mis Holland lias now
���JwruaJr \*as ono of bis favorlto ro- aold the work lor $1,250.
��r<iitions.   lie belonged to numerous,    	
Hit Method,
"I  nlways did  mnke a  hit  with
women." bragged Henry \ III
"With your nil. sire'/" murmured itia
obsequious courtier.
"No." nnswered the monnreh. wiih ���
sly   smile,
Anierlcnn.
Mi*
Tii^ Bank of Vancouver
'wllh  an  si."- iini'iiiiore
She W*i Anticipating.
"When he prop<we<l taber nt\e knocked hlin down "
"OntclottBl  What did he sny to thnlT j
"He yelled 'Holl on, hold tint    We
lln't married yet!'"-Houaton I'ost       I
A m<
sold IH'
all  hriin
i e nil
nine
riheH
i" ng hiisiness transucted  drsfts and lett-era .if credit
nl pans of ttie w-orVd.    Savlnga bank department at
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
Worda With tho Toaehor.
First Pupil - What makes yon ���*��������
Inle? Second Pupil -1 hnd words with
the tenClier. First I'upll-Yos'' S.i-
ond I'upll-Bllt I cuuld not spell Ihelll.
-Judge.
Hiiinenesa in the mother ef nlsguat
vurleu the i ore    I'etrnrch.
See Redemption
Today
New W slininster BrnicK, Cir. 8th and Columbia Streets
L)   D.  WILSON, Manager.
vitttrfe*    ij���**m*as*a*m i���t ill an ��� niiMuiii n��iim��i
Alfred W. MAcLeof4, the Incurance Man.    Agencies :
Lit-nihihiii
Railway Passenger Asiiuranre Co. or London ... 1840
Ouarftnteod  by   the  North   liritish        Mercantile
Insurance Co, of London   1800
Palatine Insurance Co, of London  ism,
Guaranteed  by the Commercial Insurance Company of I lOndon  H  1801
Niagara Fire Insurance ('o.��)f New York     I860
Bvea Fire and  Life linuriince Co, of Sweden   .. lKfiii
Wcstmlnctcr  Truct   Elock
Asseta
5   8,000,000
106,000,000
8,000,1	
90,000,0(10
6,000,000
1 Liioo.ooo
Phone D2.
TYPICALLY CANADIAN
IT is characteristic of us as Canadians to
prefer thc things thnt have heen tried and
found true, rather than to experiment.
It is rypiraliy Canadian, thc way Mclaughlin Cam
have attained ami maintained their position of Favorite
amrinj Canadian Motorists.
There mny be countries where n firaklsh body design��� a new
dutch - or aome other roch (<talklng point" will command isrioua
attention,
Bul here in Hriiisti North Ainriic:i, wc pin our faith to such
tried lucccatea hi the McLaughlin Car,   We icel safe In (electing a
M'*L'ui,*hiiii became if tho "l'i yearn' iiucceai in orriage-making
and the 5 yeno.' lucccsaln car U.iMin*; that the name "McLauchlin
represents,
Call aiul sec ihese cars at our new showrooms or Phone f>91, 196 or 59 and arrange
for demonstration.
T.J,
NEW WESTMINSTER
dba������ ������������bump���i j ��� i ��� .'Otft
TUESDAY, APRIL  1, 1013
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW&
. LJU.-l
moi m   i-s, [K
A HINDU IDOL   --'
Cts Strang* History Caused Mail. Car-
not to Order It Destroyed.
When Min,. Curnot, widow uf Sudl
Cul nut. died anil lier wlll waa reus a
ilau-e lu it cmmed considerable ooin-
iiient. Ihls was to the eSect tbut u
reitulu sum il Hindu Idol carved from
a   hard stune  willed   wonld  be  fouud | theatrca.    The  excellent  cards on  at
Coquitlam Council
Select Committees
(Continued from page mu I
PUN FORMATION Of \
TO-CITY LEAGUE
Coqultlam, North Vancouver, Vancouver and Weatmlnater Way Form
Baseball Organization.
Now that tho hockey season ls a
thing of thc past the baseball magnates and fans of this city arc begin
ning to get anxious as to the probable
llno-up of the City league and also the
plans towards tbe formation of an In
terelty league taking In Coqultlam,
North Vancouver, Vancouver and New
Weatmlnster.
The Balmoral! will organize this evening In the Columbia pool rooms over
the Iloyul tin litre and Herb ltynll, the
well known baseball, lacrosse and cue
artist, hopes to lay a proposition he
fore tho delegates present whereby
the Intercity league wlll become au accomplished fact.
* yesterday afternoon ho was in communication with Manager Turner of
the North Vancouver*, Hilly Watson,
former manager of the Mainlands of
Vancouver and nlso the COquitlam
delegates bo that a Joint meeting will
probably be held In this city on Wednesday evening.
The dope on Columbia street yesterday has Ryall slated for the position
of manager of the Balmorals, although
the gentleman himsiif would not Btate
whether he would accept the position,
Hill Maiden hud charge of the bunch
lasl folium and while hc made a good
start, showed a tendency to switch the
players around too much so that the
end of the jeaaon found them at the
foot of ihe ladder
".I li Bockefellow and his millions
nevi r had anything on managing a
baseball team," stated BUI when
���quizzed yesterday as lo prospects, "and
about the only job I'll take this year
is official scorer,
The meeting in the Columbia pool
parlors Is open to every one and it Is
hoped thai every fan in the eity will
turn out and do his part towards the
furtherance of the game in the city
this coming summi r.
NANAIMO TO PLAY
BEST IN PROVINCE
NORVAL   BAPTIE   BREAKS
HI8 OWN RECORD
Victoria, March 31.���Ily leaping 12
j barrels this uvonlng, Norval llaptle,
! the worlds champion skater, beat his
[own record of 11 barrels, llaptle
I cleared tho 12 barrels, laid side by
| side with a wonderful Jump and the
feat was greeted with pronlouged and
I well earned applause,    lln went over
10 barrels backwards. ���
the various shows brought many poo
pie Into town who would have otherwise have stayed nt home and the
Royal, Kdlson, and City Theatres and
the Opcrn House were nil equally will
patronized.
among ber property must be lakes out
aud crushed until completely destroyed.
.Many marveled at this apparently -singular request for tbe Idol swifted u
hiirmleHs, ugly little thing, but ber Instructions were curried out to tbe letter.
Tbe Idol bad been presented to Sndi At the Fill eon.
Cnrtmt years berore be dad ever A, ���,��� ,,-,������������ Na,lol(^n.8 nptrf,at
thought of tbe presidency of France by from Moscow In two pnrls, and "C'loo
s friend who had brought it frum lo- patra" were the principal attractions
dla. Later be lenrued that tbere wua j "Tlio Retreat From Moscow" produc
a legend attached to It which amerted ed by the famous Krencli firm of
thnt whosoever would retain It In bla | ratlin Kreres, was presented In a most
possession would rime to the fullest 1 realistic manner, while nothing could
height of power In bla rboaen profs*- | bave been more stirring than "Cleo
Blun. but die of a atab wound wben at ! Ditra " presented In five parts, every
QUEBEC TEAM
AGAIN DEFEATED
Western All Stare Pile up Huge Score
on Champions of N, H. A.���Eddie
Oatman  Hurt.
tbe zenith of bla career
M. C'amot traced tbe history of, tbe
Idol snd found tbst for Wo years tbe
ruler* wbo bad possessed It bad all
died either In battle or by ������snnslnfltluu
from stall wounds. Yet be laughed at
the atory, culled the facta adduced by
bla aearcb a mere ehnlu of cotueldenees
and retained the Idol. He died by a
dngcer In Ibe bauds of nn assassin;
hence Mme. Cnrnofa strange re-guest
LURE OF THE MISTS.
Vancouver, March 81.���The Quebec
team wrund up ils series on the coast
this evening by being soundly licked1
by the Western All��tars to the tune
of   '.>   goals   '���'  il-    The   Ancient  City
untitle were outclassed frota start tc i
finish, tlie pickid team from Westmin-;
itir and  Vancouver making    a    run-1
away   i.icc   In   every   period.
A large crowd was in attendance, I
v.xii ua to take a peak at the cham- '
plena of lhe N.H.A. but their showing
this evening lul many lo believe lbat I
the Westerners have It over the East'
when pro hockey Is mentlonctk
Kendall, llun .McDonald and Jack
McDonald ihowed up prominently for1
the homesters while Joe Malone was
lhe star on the Eastern team. Eddie
Oatman, tlie Westminster, star sustained a broken nose by cullldlng with
Paddy Moran, the Qui hi c custodian.
Hilly Fields and (Idle Cleghorn
bandit d the game.
Tonigbt'B contest brines Ihe coast
hockey si i.run lo a clou*, many of lie*
players being prepared to trek to their
holm.s in tbe KaKt and middle Wibl.
one of which were full of Interest
A pleasant feature of the Edison
program was a song by Mlsa Frances
Hamilton entitled "Arab Love Song."
City Theatre.
Th-> co^riim at Ihn City theatre
left nothing to be desired na far as
helng attractive was concerned. The
feature Mm was an Eclair special entitled "The Return of Lady Llndn."
The two comedies named "Just
Hard Luck" and "The Commuter's
Cat" caused no end of amusement,
while "Calamltv Ann's Inheritance"
waa of a most Impressive nature.
Curious Experience  In th* Cloud* In
an Aeroplane.
It waa at  Manchester.    Aeroplane* -rnt  Royal
*ere sweeping the skies In the circuit ��� Altll ��� "Uedemptlo'n" was the
of Brllnln rs.e \edrlnes dad lauded. drttwtng card -,, the Hoyal theatre
and impatient at the rules that made fMt n|El,, the rPSt ���, the show was
hlm wiilt ten minute-* tiefore taking up j excellent and the large audience?
the race, went nliont Jalilierlng In showed their appreciation freely.
French One of the officials asked hlm ��� Redemption Is one of those feature
what kind of ii trip he had hnd. Ved- pictures that leaves a gcod Impres
due's answer wus to bold up hla bauds '"ion. It is a story with a moral. It
expressively. | haa to be seen to be fully appreclat
lie was quiet for mnoy seconds, tbeu   0('
meet In llurqultlam Agricultural hall
if arrangements could be made with
the Agricultural society, the next meeting to take place on Wedneaday evening, April 9, at 7 o'clock and thereafter fortnightly on Wednesdays at 7
o'clock In the evening
It was further agreed to continue to
do banking business with tbe Dank of
Vancouver.
The council will make a personal Inspection of all the roada within their
Jurisdiction tomorrow.
Q.  N.  R.  Encroachment.
On the motion of Councillor Atkins
tho solicitor was instructed to take
immediate proceedings ugalnst tbe
(i. N. 11. company for encroachment
upon a portion of the North road of
trom two and a half to three feet.
Another resolution was adopted to
communicate with the minister of railway* at Victoria to the effect that
should any question be brought up ln
bla department pertaining to the municipality and tbe Q, N. It. company the
municipality Bhould be heard before
any decision waa arrived at.
A copy of the letter was ordered to
be sent to Mr. W. J. Manson, M.P.P.
for Dewdney riding.
Mr. Hallburtou, the new municipal
clerk, waB formerly manager of the
branch of the Bank, of Vancouver at
Westminster Junction.
Retiring Clerk.
Mr. Smith In his letter of resignation expressed regret that after 14
years' service he should be forced by
exigency of business to resign. He
felt the separation keenly and thanked
the members for their past courtesies
The council reciprocated the kindly
relations subsisting between their late
clerk and the former council and ac>
linowlcdgcd his long and faithful services.
he sn id I
"I was blanketed In clouds so that I
could not see ten meter*. Uefure uie.
Hclnw nie wus nothing nut rolling mist
thnt gradually took ou nil fanciful
shapes uud colors. 1 caught myself
wanting to deseend. to drop suddenly
Into II and see what It whs like     To
The Wizard of the Acoordlan is the
way Adolnho bills himself and he sure
can make that Ins'iniment ttlk. Thf
audience encored him until he was
apnarentlv o"t of music,
The Prlvettea R* Co. offer a blac'<
���irt novelty. Onlv me person (in*
eenrs before th" footllchts but Btiil
there are three In the act.    Pete Mnr
escape tills  feeling   I   Hew  tilulier and    phy puts over a couple of ballads and
the usual run of comedy pictures are
shown. Taken as a whole it is an
interesting program.
Sr.ctt/ Grant to Select All  Star Eleven   In  Order to  Lick   Unitedo���
Game  Attracts  Attention.
Nanalmo,  March :'l     Scotty Grant,
the gonial manager of the New West- >
minster Rovers, the boss of the main* j
land   soccer   world  this   season,   has
conceived a greal ambition, the result j
of the recent  defeat of his pets   In !
Nana mo at iho bands of the Nanalmo i
United.
The ambition  ls  no  less  than  the J
di feat of the Nanalmo United team, j
Ile   does   not  care   particularly   with
what team he Is going to defeat them
bnt It Is goini; to be with eleven men. I
New Westminster is not going to su* '
ply   all   the   men   either   for   Scotty j
has declared that he Is going tn scour
the   whole  mainland   for nil  the  sue j
���cor Btnrs still In the game.
lie   has   senior   division   men   from '
the old country,  the  stars of all  the
New    Westminster    and    Vancouver
teams aad players fro-u fartheBt cast, i
This star Aggregation he Intends brine
Ing to Nanalmo on A;r:i 13 to meet
the Cnited.
Thirteen' has an unlucky sound but '���
Scotty    ays II will bn the local team!
tbat   will   In.   hoodooed   and   not   the
vis tors.
Nan"!mo Cult-- I versus all the rest,
of Brltllh Co!"inh:a will be some
game, "he die Is Anrll 13 and Scot-
ty says thai Iie will be here without
fall.
IACR0SSE MOGULS
Off FOR THE EAST
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* I By "Gravy.") ���
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SUCH A FINE LARGE DAY.
This promises to be a fine large day
for the sporting editor, and already the
wins are grbanlng beneath the weight
of i nv mossageB of mighty import to
the fans. At the minute of chasing to
profs the following newsy items had
percolated tato the office.
Dan Morgan, manager of Jack
Brltton, admits that Packey McFarland was the victor in the recent bout
at Ni w York.
Manager Mcflraw declares that the
Clants haven't much chance to cop the
rag thin year and picks Hrooklyn as
the probable winners
Detroit has decided that Ty Cobb is
no longer lot enough for the majors
and has sold hlm to the Uungtown
club of lhe Northwestern Kansas
league.
loin Sharkey,, former heavyweight
boxer, noted for his openhanded generosity, has contributed a million dollars to the Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Oysters.
The London Times publishes an editorial lu which American athletes are
praised as gentlemen of muscle and
refinement, free from every taint and
BUBplClOU of professionalism.
So confident are the St. I-ouis fans
that tlle Hrov.ns will win the American
��� nt'iie pennant this year that they
have got together a pool of a million
dollars to waeer on  thst team.
Luther McCarty  is so sure of hie
ability to defend the pugilistic buUui
of the white r*n* that he h-- -""
to meet Jack Johnson, Sam Langford
or Joe Jeanette on a wmni r t....,
basis.
Finally the -[.porting editor of thlr
great Journal has resigned his Job and
will leave at once tor England "When
he has fallen heir to the t'tle ef 'he
Duke of Dingbat and nn estate of 423,-
M1,'"i acres and an annual income ol
two niilllun pounds.
A   BACHELOR'S   DABY.
A play that. Is said to possess new
nluher. until, venturing to look down
again, I saw wonderful lights and
shadows that never before had heen re
i en led to lne from the sky I saw a
dreamy City, a wonderful mlmge. and
I believe I would have forgotten everything but those exquisite colorings, re- InesB and freshness is to be the offer-
-���- ��i th,. noera house on Thursday.
The piece ls none other lh-"' '
Wright's presentation of Francis Wll
son's New York and London success,
"The Bachelor's Baby," with Hi or.,
i Buckler ln the stellar role
Tlie theme of the play ls based up i
ithe hatred of children by an old haclu
' lor, who is suddenly left guardian of
an orphan niece,    and    brings    forth
1 -iiiglu r and pathos by many exceed-
leased my lexers, and"��� llle luu-tihedl
"But I wns fortunate, for 1 tieeunie
stck-ns sick ns a dog-sway up Id the
clouds"- Edward Lyell Fox lu Har
|ier's Weekly ���
We Act aa Agent* Only for the Purchase and  Bale of  Real  Estate.
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
No. 15���Two large lotB on Fifth atreet, 106xH8V4 feet, all cleared.
Price yy.',uu- one-third cosh, balance arranged.
No. 139���Three lota on Hamilton street, close to Twelfth, 44x140
feet each.   Price $950 each; one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Flue corner on First street and Fifth- avenue, 84x104 feet, alt
cleared; facing Queens park; paved street, etc. Price $3000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
WBTMIira TRUST, LIMITED
, 'i
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office: Columbia and Begble Streets, New Weatmlnater.
**"*
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES.
BANK, OFFICE, AND STORE FITTINGS, SHOW,,
CASES, SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS, TURNING, FRAMES, INSIDE FINISH,
GENERAL MILL WORK.
Phone 473 Beach St., Lulu Island.
: ll
li-
Ill   HAVE YOU SEEN   111
Our assortment of Royal Victoria China consisting of Chocolate,
Cocoa and Tea Sets, on display 1* our window.
We are in a position to furnish your home from cellar to attic,
supply you with Stains and Varnish, all kinds Garden Tools, etc., etc.,
and our prices defy competition.
Let us show you our Linoleum and Floor Oils, our patterns are
selected with care, and we handle only the latest styles appropriate
for tbe different rooms of the bouse.
C. N. Edmonson & Co,, Cor 6th Ave. and 12th Street
See Redemption
Today
Cheapest Hams Ever Sold.
Sometimes   :iu   error creeps  Into  the
I published ninuiuureiiient of u Hit store.
ilue to llle in-nilitt-ni-e ot the proofreader
o, to tne .���on���-.,M.o. in the pnnli.iu of   \-**^ ludicrous situations
Nie ut the paper It Is rarely fiiiiny In
ills results, llllllilllgh It nmy   mnke tin
murous rending when Oral Issued   ��>ne
dav a department store In New York
I advert hied "Sugar Cured limns st 4c u
ib" Umber 1'henp, you any? Well, IHO
1 mid pi'i>i,tis thought si, too. tm tlmt
: wu*. th,- iiiniii'W thnt iiHk.it i,,r ttif limn
lut tin. ridiculously low prlre^j," mum
IInn the ad i<t'[>��-iir<'d. It iimiMlllred
j I lull lhe printed  pniof o   h 'd Uy  the
grocer)   huyer  niul  sent  down   tt,  the
IIPWBpnper   ottiee   for  Insertion   to   Ihe I acquaintance, retired frnm tlie Navy,
day's isi-iie rend "14c- a lb"    lhe first | called   upon  him  one day,   and   said
"MADE STOMACH LAUGX."
Lord  Charles  Beresford  and   a Test!
monial For a New Sauce.
As nn ilhistrr.'ion ot the kindiinos.-
of his nature nnd willingness to belp
a friend, Sir Henry Lucy, in "Mon
Passages by tho Wny" tells a story
of Lord Charles Beresford which had
a somewhat amusing sequel.   An old
BAKER & McCAULEY.
Ladids and gentlemen's tailoring.  A fine stock from
which to select your Easter Suit.
Eighth St. Dunsmuir Block.
numeral   nnd   simply   dropped   out   ot
���"lulu; I'.'ft sales were made ut a iuss tit
lo rents  p
t'oinpiiuluu
to   cent-,   pel    l-Minil - Woman's   Home | ^ t,,���   s.,1|fv   ,������,,,
that he lind invented a sauce whieh
wou'.d make a fortune for them lioth.
Charles, however, declined to
hut said "if a
specimen ol the product were sent to
him he would last? it. and. if it were
���found agreeable, would write the  in
Poetry end th* Child.
Itend poetry tu the ������blld    Heedensv. ! vi-nlor a 1 itter of approval.   The sauce
ilmpie   ver��e.    rend   iioi.iM-i.se   ��er��e  ! duly arrived, and was not bad.    Lord
Char'.cs wrote  a letter    ol    moderate
I ton\    statin2    that    he    had     tried
"Redemption"
A   MODERN   MORAL
DRAMA   IN  3  REELS
AD0LPHQ
WIZARD   ACCORD1AN1ST
Privcttes and Co*
BLACK ART NOVELTY
PETE MURPHY
THE   IRISH   TENOR
OTHER     COMEDY     FILMS
HARRY TIDY, Manager
-TONIGHT -
Monday, March 31 and all this Week Except
Thursday Night
SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY
THE DURBAR
In Kinemacolor, with Travel Talk by
HAROLD B* MEADE
Educational and Entertaining.
I
rend real poems, read Sometime* Bitch
i��ii-iiis ns "Thiitiatopsln" and lilts ot
Tiiriidtse IvQSt " Of eunrse the child
wlll not understand the thought, mil
He wlll enjoy tlie sound, nud he will
iiiiroUN'-toiiMly lenni ttie words. I'pelrj
wus never iiietint to lie tvnd tu onenelf
A raring rlnsBic is scheduled for decision in Kiu'iatid today! it is tm
Lincolnshire Handicap, value JT&tIO ti
the winner, over the slralpht mile for
three year olda und upward. On thh
Bide of the Atlantic the followers ol
the ponies are gathered today at
.lunnttown, Va, After the Norfolk
meet the horsemen will ro to Plmllco
and then to the New York tracks and
Canada.
Westminster Delegate Unable to Take
the Trip With Jone-s, Yorke
and  Hewitt.
Messrs. Con Jotioa, Lionel Yorke
nnd Jimmy Hewitt left for the east
on Sunday whore they will discuss
malt ers pertaining to the proposed notional lucro3Hii commission and Incidents tulle a peek nt aome budding
eastern players who muy possibly ai-
taoh Ihelr John HftildCockB to a Victoria contract for this coming season.
Alderman Krtd Lynch, secretary of
tlle II. C L. A., wns supposed to have
ninile   tiie   triii   Ib'Jt   buslnosn   careti)
would not permit nlra leaving tho city
nt the present lime, At tlie eleventh
hour Mr. Qowati MeOownn undertook
In Like Mr. Ly h's place but oniiy
Sunday mornlt il was decided to
default  and   b I   Jones   und   company
complete the urrangemantB.
llv Ihls time next week the west
Bhould bo Ir a poiltloti to know tho
result of their trip as to whether Victoria enn secure enough players capable of holding their own against the
Vancouver uud Westminster tiams.
������������������������������������������������*
��� ���
��� TODAY IN PUGILISTIC ���
* ANNALS. ���
��� ��� *
*****************
1903���Charley Hughey defeated Jack
McCormick In 10 rounds at Dos
ton.
11008 Willie Lewis, American, defeated Jeff Thorne ln 10 rounds al
I'nrls.
11010 Packey Mcrarland knocked out
Dick Lee. Kngiish, In the ninth
round at London.
11911--Sam McVey nnd Sum 1-angford.
colored heavyweight!-, fought 20
rounds to n. draw at I'nrls,
1912- Joe Mandot defeated Owen Mo-
run.    Kngllsli     lightweight,    In
rirht rounds nt Memphis.
1918���Ray   Branson   outpointed   Clarence Kngllsli In IB rounds at St.
Joseph, Mo.
'1912 -('hurley While outpointed Steve
Ketohel In 10 rounds   at   Kast
Chicago,   Ind.
1912 -Joe Jciinttle knocked out Crlff
Jones  ln   four  rounds  tn   Now
York.
1912    Hobby WllBon knocked out Dick
Uyhuiil    In    second   round   nt
Utica, N.Y.
the sauce ami found it very good.
"The inventor had hit upon what
he regarded as n rather striking title,
and proceeded to adveriso it. Presently 'Trelawney's   Tick'.e'    appeared
  prominently    in    the    advertisement
but alwaya to he rend aloud or reel ted j sh-ets of thc papers, accompanied by
It Is har-dei than prose, the order ol the fo'.lowinif note, purporting Jo be
ihe words Is often  like onr e��eryda>
ipi'erh, nnd the word* theuiselvee are
frequently different. Here expeehlH)
''hlldren need help. If tbe) Hud It |
ihey learn to love poetry, and there
nre few things thnt eo sweeten lite n>
a genuine love for poetry tor Its Im-hu
ties and for tlle helpful lines that omit-
to tine's mind In hard place* Hntne
Progress Magazine
A Good Stove Lining.
A good stove lining, one lhal wll
inst (wn yearn or more, run ine ttintie
train bine clny. Hrtck clay or one lhal
does not contain much wind. Is good
nlso (.'luy found In salt wilier iiiMrshei-
is one nf the best for stove lining*
I'be elnv ninet be redured lo s poiste
ni.iiiit like putty. The hed fnr lining
ahould lie hrimlied clean and moistened
liefnre the clny Is applied. I'M *u with
lunula, smooth wltb * trowel nr thin
piece of boiirtL-Nstlonal Uagaslna.
Wen by Mis -itemey.
Irish Msgtstntv-Hasen'l yon heen
netore me before? Astute rnsouer-
No, yer honor; I never ssw twit une fees
thut kinked like yours, an' thin wiw s
photograph nf sn trlsb king. Mugls-
trale-irtschsnredl Call the ueit eeaei
-London Answers.
The Wsy It Goes.
���'' want a hlee hook for sn Invslld."
"S.nii, tiling religions, inadRwy"
"Kr- im ��� he's cotitnlescenl."���HostoB
Transcript.
Truth Is au honest metis statement
ol n Itii'L
A court of inquiry, which sat at
Newcastle with regard to the abandonment of tho London steamer Hiver
Meander in the North Atlantic, found
Hint when   tin*  ""'���tucl left  1,'ew York
[tho hull was not In a good and   seaworthy condition, but Ihat her oqulp-
jnienl was satisfactory.
addressed to the proprietor: 'Sir, I
have tried your BBttCB, and find it
excels all others with which I nm
acquainted.   1 may snv that a spoon-
fu'. of Trelswney'a Tickle made my
stomach laujh.���Yours faithfully,
Chiir'M Beresford.' "
Thi is hav ohanged somewhBt
cine but n story of the days when
Lord Chorea waa'mode a Lord ol tlie
���VdivirsVy h 1886 is significant oi the
lackadaisical manner In whloh business at tiie Admiralty w"-s at one
Cm ��� conducted. l/>rt Charles br.i
h,nvii'.; tbus described lhe incident.
"One norning." lie sniil, "a c'.erk
caniK   in   with  a wet  quiU'pen     und
said:���
" 'Good morning. VBU you sign Lie
F.sti nr.'.M ot th.' year?'
"I anid, 'What?' ,
���'He stiil. 'Will you sign the Estimates for iIm yar��'
' 1 said, 'My good man. I have not
��e��n them.'
" 'Oh, well,' lie said, shoving a
Hltle astern, 'the other Lords hnv��
signed them. I will be very in-con
vrnient if you don't.'
" 'I'm very sorry,' I said. I m alraid
I'm altogether inconvenient in thi-
p'.eee. Certf.inly, I sha'n't sign Lsti-
mat-s I've not seen.'
" 'I muit go nnd tell the First
Lord ' said the horrified clerk.
"I -assured biui tlint 1 didn't care
a tW, whom lie told.
"Hfing nt tha tint" the Coal Lord.
I knew the coal was not half enoufh
to piionly the Feet as it sUjod, and
tin Fleet wasn't near enough the
strength it ought to be So 1 flatlf
refused to sign, una the BtMrnatfi
were brought into tho House without
mv sigmitiir-. Tne omission wipi
nobtl, and nn explanation demanded
" 'Really,' said Ihe First Lord,  n
does not "matter whether Uie Junior
Lord signK the Estimates "r nor'*   .
The incident blew over, but Lord
ehsrVs's cfitviction that things were
wrong in the Navy was so deeply
rooted V. nt, after sometbinj less than
two vears' experience at the Admiralty he declined to share its responsibility.
SPECIAL PROGRAM MONDAY
AND  TUESDAY.
The   highest   priced   production
ever shown at this theatre.
THE   RETREAT
FROM MOSCOW
A stupendous production based on one of the world's greatest tragedies.
"CLEOPAM"
The story of a woman and a
Queeu-in five parts. Adapted
from the play by Victorian Sar-
dou and directed by Charles L.
Oaskill. Produced by the Helen
Gardner Picture Players.
Arab Love Song by Miss Frances  Hamilton.'     ''
In addition to these Mips tho
regular program will be run In
thc afternoon. On account of
the extra heavy expense ln securing these pictures, the regular evening admission foe for
main floor will bo raised to
Fifteen Cents.
WEDNESDAY
The Durbar at
Delhi
India ceremonies in connection with tho proclamation of
George aa Kmperor of India.
The  Regular Program  in Addition.
TO SCHOOL CHILDREN
Prize Essay Contest
1st Prize  .$5.00
2nd Prize 4J0
3rd Prize 3.00
4th Prize .1.00
5th Prize   1.00
6th Prize  1.00
For best essay after seeing Durbar.
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All School Children Admitted Monday Night for 10c.
No essay must be less than 150 words or more
than 200 words, and must be mailed by Wednesday
night.
Regular Prices: 25c. and 50c.
Westminster Opera  House
Thursday Evening, April 3r
Francis Wilson's Comedy Success
i<
The
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I.i ;1 ill
l'i
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Bachelor's
Baby"
WITH HENRY BUCKLER AND BABY WILSON.
Supported by a New York Metropolitan Cast.
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i ' a         'i i i   -ni-��
THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS
ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION
Pram the captain of industry to the
hod carrier���from milady in the auto to
the woman with the scrubbing brush���
the accomplishments of every one of us
depend absolutely on the accomplishments of our stomachs. Backed by a
good digestion, a maa can give the best
that is iu him. When his stomach fails,
he becomes a weakling,
Amundsen's Narrative
Modern Saga of Norse
An ancieut Norseman's saga sunglvlval of tho lltleat among these hardy
In the language of the twentieth ceo- | animals, and nearly every night ono
tury;   "Burnt  Njal."   divested ol    its   or , ,h      _U8Uully Uloau   tlml
,      l���,l l.lll,      ,J till t ll     <   1   ll 11  11 It  Lt I   I  I  1  I  '
hloodfeuda,   but   with   all   Its  humor . .      , ,
and  quaint  gossip  of   primitive  men,   *oro, not  *tUd  for  Uie    task    g ven
.,..., ,      - . , their friendships  and  love of adven-' th'-nf-dropped out,    or    was    killed
To this loss of power no one need |turo_Buch ��� IUmiu Amundsen's book, I?here wero few accidents.   A billiard
submit.   Right lisbits of eating,   ���,,.,     g    th ,,���,,,.  An AMount Ol   the   ^ the men  In  their tenia ior two
days, and on another Decision Ilium*
son fell Into a crevusse.
Arrlvud at the llrst of the great
polar plateaus, tho party wuh
"weather-bound"  for  four days.    And
it wus here that thn tragic slaughter
of 24 dogs, decided upon day.-i before,
took place.
And then came the momentous dry
���December 9, live days before the
pole was reached -when thu "Fur
thest South" was passed.
Thoy waited to pay a tribute of admiration to sir Ernest Shaokleton,
whoso "name will always hc written
in the annals of Antarctic exploration
in loiters of lire," and then they
pressed onward exultant as thev hud
never heen before. No obstacles hindered them as they swept over the
great white plain lying between them
and their goal. But their nervousness
increased as they drew nearer to the
magic spot on that snowy waste
occupied their Im-
everything   aginations.    What had happened dur-
$16,000.000.001���^"��1' looks" so plain and'  slm- '���� """Ir long sojourn at Prarahelm?
Nauaon In hia   Introduo- ^ ***��� "wmgelvea.   What would
they And here?    Had some one slip-
, .  , . ,   "7-  ���-.*���- ���. ���-.j"i line aouiu roie: An Account oi    ine
3^^AlNsrl*�� Antaretic Kxp,"i'tio" ln
sutssTi^&irsSkfSt"aiuss��nm^ iA,^m> ^ p,,bii8hcd byi
of the human mind aad body. ,Lee ^eedlck. I
Na-Dru-C�� Dyspepsia Tablets contain I     Llke tho Icelandic  anga. too, then
the  actWe principles   needed for  ths are some half dozen    heroes   to    bl
digestion of every kind of food.   They found  In the pages    of    this sllrrlni;
go to the assistasce of the weakened narrative of discovery.    But thu figure
stomach, and enable the sufferer, right tbat tops them ull ls the modest, big-
from the start, ta awimllato aad get the hearted explorer,  who shoulders    the I
benefit of the food estea.    With this responsibilities and  shares the prlvn-
assistauce, the digestive organs regain ttonB of the expedition, und who gon-
theirtone, and soon the useoi the tablets ,t,rously lets his   comrades   come   in
is no longer necessary, _ |nr8t nt ti���, goft] ,,f i,ia own ambition.
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Perhaps this line magnanimity is
ono secret of the fascination exerted
bv this man when he tella the Btory
of his memorable conquest of the Antarctic. Another secret la that, as portrayed by him, Ihe whole big adven
ture. from the sailing of the Krnm to
the hoisting of the Norwegian colors
over the boundless plateau In which
lies the south pole, is so devoid ol
heroics   the exploit   chronicled  ls up- , ,
he grasp of   ^'j*,!?8? e0J" P
lhe ordinary  man     "Like
Branches  throughout  Canada    and pie," wrU�� "'"'����" "'"    they lind hero ?    Had some ono si
Newfoundland,  and   in   London.   Ens   tlon  to Amundsen s hook pp(] ,n ttllead of tllGln nnd reaped the
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane     Still another feature that ennanoes  ' discovery'
O.S.A.. and  Mexico  City.     A  general | the  interest of.hisja.est^saga^rom _ ��** ��** �����W�� ���ay arrlv(?d _
banking business transneted. letters
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1             ,i      ,i,,,.i������ ,i,���i^ ,i.in.a December   14,     The   weather   was   ot
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15.  W.   BNOIM11,  O.  P. A���   Vanoouver.
Primitive Me-hodo Used.
"Amundsen's victory is not due,"
says Nansen. "to 'he great Inventions
of the present day and the many new
appliances of evei;- kind. The menus
used are of Immense antiquity, the
same as wero known to the nomad
thousands of years ago, whon he
pushed forward 110 oss the snow-
covered plains of fc.berla and Northern Europe
usual.
"The going on that day," Amundsen writes, "was rather different from
what it had been; sometimes tho ski
went over it well, but at others it was
pretty bad. We advanced that day In
the same mechanical way as before,
not much was said, but eyes were
used all the more, llunssen's neck
grew twice as long as before In hla
endeavor to see a few Inches further
I had asked him beforo we started to
spy out ahead  for all  he was worth,
Without hi. dms. as he calculated  ���� *�����?*- with a vengeance. But
the chances and perils of the expedi-
however   keenly  he   Blared,   he   could
on, the .omh pole would have oil*  "ot, <f��" h"">rith'"�� ""!,,/��", ���������
unattainable  for Amundsen.    He cm,    ��**^t^��%>. . '�� JSL^S
trasts  his  pack  of !i".    the    number
which he took  with  hlm from Chris-
liania, with Scott's equipment of Man-
churian ponies, the animnls preferred
to   dogs   for exploration   In   the   Ant- .
MCtlc  oy   lhe  leader  of  the    British   taneous 'Malt !_ rang    out    from    the
dropped  their seeming and appeared
to have lost  their interest in the re
glonB about  the earth's axis.
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expedition.
Although I had never seen thia part
nf the Antarc-ic regions, (comments
Amundsen), I was not long ln forming an opinion diametrically opposed
to that of Shackleton and Scott, for
the conditions both of going and surface were precisely what one would
desire for sledging with Eskimo dogs.
drivers. They had carefully examined
tlieir sledge meters, and thoy all show
ed the full distance���our pole by
reckoning. The goal was reached, the
Journey ended. I cannot say- though
I know It would sound more effective
���ihat the object of my life was attained. That would be romancing
rather barefacedly.
"I  had  better be honest and admit
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previous to thn sitting of the Court.
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to  ludge  from    the    descriptions    of ... ,      ,    .       ,   ,    ,
,   JUUK'   """'     "" _".���    *,. _-!,. straight out that I  had never known
these explorers.    If Peary could make .........
a record  trip 1 n  the  Arctic Ice with
does, one ought, surely, with equally ,.,,.,
h ,'.    !,     '*' .'   .M���,���k.��� ,,'���,. goal of his  desires  as  I  was at  thai
trood tackle  to oo able lo neat i eery e
^        '           .'         ","   .,j,���   ,..���_    ���,,. moment.      The    regions    around    the
faTot^he^arr^^ere^uerb" ^ ^!!'��*'����?Sl'
some   misunderstanding  or other    at
any man to be placed In Buch a dia
"equally   metrically opposite    position   to   the
Itself���had   attracted   ine   from   child
hood, and here I     was    at the south
pole.    Can anything more topsy-turvy
be Imagined !
"We reckoned now that we wero al
the pole.    Of course, every one of ut
knew  that we   were  not standing  on
the absolute spot;   it would be an im
,,     ,,    ,    .,,���,i���i  possibility wllh    the   time   and   th,
llance In carrying the_tori expjortng   lnslnlment3 ��� our ���, , ,0 aa(,er
the bot'nm of tne Englishmen's estimate of the Lsalmo dog'B utility in
the polar regions. ,
Value of Dogs,
Certa'ily events have    proved    the
idrriirablo forej.ght Bhown by Amundsen In chooslig ilo^s as his main   ro-
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00 six roomed house not quite completed and located an Sapperton.
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party from Framheim. the winter
headquarters of the expedition, on
their overlnnd Journev Of R70 miles
to the south poie. When this party
vt out, on Octo'ui r 20, 11)11, It consisted of five men. four sl"dses. provisions for four months, and 52 dogs.
On January 25, 1912, the Ave men
reached Framheim on the return trip,
with two sledges and eleven do��s,
"men and nnir-als all hale nnd
hearty." Considering the amazing
tiling thai had heen ai-cnrnpllshed In
this  period of three months and  five
I days, it Is extraordinary that there
were any dogs left at the homecom-
i ing.
i     Intoxii-nniR  were    not    tahnned    on
���his expedition, a reasonable allowance was provided of nil kinds of
flerv refreshments.
Tl*n c^ns'imption of alcohol on thn
i Frara's third vovage was as follows:
One drera and 15 drons at dinner on
* Wednesdays and Sundays, and a glass
k End tickets on sale to local   ot���l?do>  "*'   Saturday  evenings.     On
hoi days  there  was an  ndilMional     al-
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot  I. ol Block l*. of part of Sec
tlOD 3,    Block 3  North,    Range    7
West, District of New Westminster .
A certificate of Indefeasible title to [
above property wlll be Issued to Frank I
N.  Trltes,  on  the   Uth   day  of April, j
1S13, unless In tho meoatlme a valid I
objection thereto  be made to me    lal
writing by a persoa or per-sons claiming an estate or  interest  therein, or
in any part thereof.
���T. C. GWYNN.
District Registrar of fltles
Land  Registry Office,
New   Westminster,   B.C.,   February
28th, 1913.
points ut  Single Fare for Hound Trip   lowance,
on   Fridays,  Saturdays  and  Sundays. I    Discussing
For rates and reservation apply
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property are remieated to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) Deed dated the 28th day of
November, 1893, from JYank N. Trltes
to Thomaa Bennett of tho above described property.
(h) Deed dat��d thn 12th day of
November, 1894, from Thomas Bennett
to Arnold Bennett of the above described property.
(e) Deed dated the 12th day of
October, 1900, from Arnold Bennett to
Oeorge W. Shay of thn above de
scribed  property.
J. C. OWYNN,
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Phone 1277.
Westminster Trust Block.
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King's Hotel Pool Room
Best Pool Tables In tbo city. Fine
line of Cigars and Tobacco. Bporttnr
events bulletined.
A. G. BEATON.  Proprietor.
HEE CHUNG
tain that exact spot. But we were si
near It that the few miles which pos
Bibily separated us from It could no'
lie of tho slightest Importance. I
was our intention to make a clrcl,
round this camp, with a radius of l'i%
miles, and to be satisfied with that
After we had halted we collected and
congratulated each other. We hae
Rood grounds for mutual respect Ir
what had been achieved, and I think
that was Just the reeling that was ex
pressed in the Urn) and powerful
grasps of the (1st that were ex
changed.
Planting the Flag.
"After this we proceeded to the
greatest and most solemn act of thi
whole journey���the planting of our
flag. Pride and affection shone Ir
the five pairs nt eyes ihat gazed
upon the flag as it unfurled Itself
with n sharp crack, and waved over
the pole. I had determined that the
act of planting it the historic eveni
���should be equally divided amonj
us all.
"It was not for one ���������un to do this;
it was for all who had sen-'d (lie1*
lives In the struggle, and held to
gether throue.li thick and Ihln Thi��
was the only way In whieh I eouhl
show my gratitude to my comrades
In this desolate spnl. I rniilil yoi-
Ihat tliey understood and accepted II
In the spirit In  which it was offered
"Five weather-beaten, frost-bltton
,?nH "_"E��� ���_!".._ ^I n'l,H ,,,PV w,'rp ���hai KraBped the pole
rained the waving flat; In the nlr, and
planted It as the first at the goo
graphical sooth in le. 'Thus ��������
plant thee beloved flag, nt the south
pole, and give to the p'sln on whieh
It lies the natpc of King Ilaalcon
VII 's Plateau,'
"That inoTuerit will certainly b" remembered by all of us who stood
there."
thp "liquid rations"
| Ann. nd sen says: "An occasional glass
to of wine or a tot of spirits were things
that we all, without exception, were
very ulnil of. The ouestlen of alcohol
on polar iwpeilitlons hns often been
discussed Personally, I regard alro-
hol, UBed in moderation, as a medicine
In the polar regions I mean, or
ponrac s
quarters. It Is another matter on
sledge journeys; there we nil know
from experience that alcohol must hc
banished not because a drink of
spirits run i.'o any harm, but on account of the weight and space."
Snug Little Home.
The hut ln which the party lived at
Framheim was carried from Norway
to its destination cr. the shore of the
Bay of Whales, at the edge of thc
"Great lee Harrier." II resembled "an
ordinary Norwegian house, with point-
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Real  Estate and Business Chances.
Acreage   and   Choice   Fruit   Lands   a
Specialty.
*^*i*
duty consisted in sweeping the floor
every morning, emptying ash trays,
etc.
In this way Amundsen nnd his pnrty
lived for nearly nine months, counting the weeks until the right season
would glvo them the start on th"ir
great uniirrtnking. At times It waa
weary walling; the dally routine grew
Irksome for men of such exuberant
vitality. And then. Iho long-expected
day enme, October 19, ushering in the
springtime of iho Antarctic. Tho departure of tin five adventurers was
typically simple.
Well on Way.
Onco under way, the dogs bee.amo
.   , . ,       _,   .,     -, jtho engrossing topic of    IntereRt    to
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30
I��t.         Dlk.     Flit Front. Hate. Years
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Cents,     puyin'i.
25.33 li, 243 ��::������ Ii3
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          49.70       3.07
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        49.70       h.07
                  49.70  3.07
        49.70       1.07
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        49.70       3.07
                  49.70       h.07
        36.70 ...... 6.96
             ....       36.70       6.96
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        49.70       8.U7
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....                  43.70       8.07
....       411.70       8.07
, .,.,       32.80 ...... 5.13
,..,,       32.80  6.33
32.80       6.33
...       32.811       6.33
32.80       6.33
32.80       6.33
32.80       6.33
32.80       6,33
...        32.80 ...... r,.3.*l
,. .       32.811       6.33
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32.80       6.33
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32.80       6.33
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....       32.80       6.33
Ull.    738.77   12(1.00
        39.110       6,48
39.90       1.48
39.90       6.4S
39.90 ...... 6.18
.  .,       39.90       r,.4S
39.90       11.48
39.90 ...... 6.48
39.90 ...... 6.48
39.90 .... 0.48
39.90     . ���.  6.48
39.90       6.48
39.90       6.43
.19.90       6.48
        37.70       6.12
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39 90 .!.... 6.4S
.   .        39.90 ...... C 48
39.90 ...... 1.48
39.90       6.48
        39.90       6.48
        39.90       0.48
.   ...       39.90 .... li 48
        39.90 ...... 6.48
39.90       6.48
        311.90       6.48
        39.90       6 48
        39.90       6 48
262.10       42.67
.   ...       43.7(1       7.10
          ....       43.70       7.10
....            ....       43.70       710
....             ...        43,70 ..       . 7.IC
....             ...        43.70       7.1"
              ...       43.70       7.1(1
....         ' '.. .       43.7a       7.10
          "...       43.70       7,10
....             ...        43.70       7.10
....             ...        43.70       7.10
....              ...        43.70       7.11
....              ...        43.70       7.1(1
            52.50       3.53
62.60       8 63
            62.60       8.1.3
62.50       8.63
....              ...       62 40       8.61
....            '.. .       52 40       3 51
               ...       62 4 0       S.M
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7                ....       62.40       8.61
        62.411 ...... S.f.1
3*9               ...       65 62 ..     .. 10.16
....          , ....       32.81 .         . 5.88
...               ...        82.81        5.33
...       32.81       6.33
          '   .. .       32.HI       I. 33
        65.62       10. SB
        S5.62       in.61
        65.62       tn.66
        65.62 .... 1" (I
        65,62 .... 10.66
        32.81       633
17 K. 1-2                 32.31       6 33
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19                                             66.8! .... 10.66
20 65.62 .... 1166
21 ,, .        65,62 . ...        in.61
in 66
10.66
in.si
in 66
10.66
10.6(1
6.33
6.33
10.66
10 61
10.60
10 66
10 66
10.61
10 r,r,
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10 66
10 16
10,66
10.61
10,63
13,88
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10 63
10,61
10 63
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10,61
10,61
10 63
10.61
4.22
6 40
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1 I
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14
16
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12
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16
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28 N. 1-2
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30
31
32
33
34
36
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
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46
65.62
65.62
66.62
65.62     .
66,62
65.62
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32.81
32.31
61,62      .
65.62      .
66.62
65 62      .
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66.62     .
65.62     .
66.62      .
16.68     .
65.62      .
65,62      .
65.62
66.43
81 43
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.... "...       65.43
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66 43
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66.43
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67 33
111 " .. 48.74
               43.74
         43.74
48 74
  48 74
18,74
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  48 74
  46 74
43.74
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39.sn
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39.SO
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30,70
39 70
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30.70
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  39.30
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Name of Owner.
IJA.
.lumen.
MHIIke
lllllllie
Targi i
Target
li
Edward
. Julia il.
*   Ji.hu  II.
cm. i*:.
i;,���. b.
John
Busan
SUHllIl
Artel-
Allele
It l��H,    J
Murray,  ileriii t
Target, Geo,  ES,
Target, Geo. 10.
Burnett, Julia
Kmk< tt. John
Allmilwm.   Hugh
���Vlichlson,  Hugh
Slmrp,   Hurry K.
Ftdewa, BHnora
Bee. .Ian1- Ann
Vn .'ma,  .1. T.
Tesky, Jamrs
Gpdscn,  Richard
GodScn,   Hlelinrit
Thompson, Jnlin
Carlton', J. W.
ViiKMeiir,  Mania
V'.-HHi ur,   Marlin
TvneivJ.ilm  II.
McfSwcn,   James
McEwi a, Akih-s
Moure,   (leu.   II.
Iiiuu.   Per.   Loan   Co,
Dom,   l'er.   Loan   Co,
linker,   Annie
I Im-hsji rrl,   .lames
Hansard, Jgmes
I loin,   l'er,   Ixian Co.
ItcMile,   Mary   K.
Pollard,  Mary
Pollard,   Mnry
WeUs,   Mnlul M.   (Est.)
Cawkor, Hamuel Jr.
Pollard,  Harry Jr.
Poilard, Harry Jr.
Tlsdalo,  Joseph   (Est.)
(iitrotn. Ccuretta
MoCnllum, c  w. N.pt
MoCallum, C, W.
('��� meron, Chas, C.
Montgomi ry. Sarah
Re-subdl'n.      BQbdl'n.
46
474H 10' of 48
48 Npt.
48
60
ul
62
61
64
66
66
67
68
69
60
61
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S3
64
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S.pt.
N.pt.
S.pt
8
3
3
4,  5.  C
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s 4 6
3 . v
in.61
10.94
10 04
7 92
7 92
7 93
7 02
7 "2
7.92
7.92
7 92
7.02
7.91
7,93
7.92
7.9'.'
7.92
7.92
7 92
7.92
7 02
7.02
N.pt.
S.pt.
N.pt.
S.pt.
8
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10
10
11
11
12
13
14
16
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17
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19
20
21
22
23
24
N.pt 25ftS.pt of 24
26
1 loncaster
Buchanan
Buchanan.
Buchanan
Buchanan,
Buchanan, G,
Buchanan, G.
si* In, ('Inn ii
llllll".   Junes   (V
HoKrt, Archibald
Cormack, Ann
Ritchie,  Wm.   D
Dial.-.  Jan.  I
Buchanan, G
Buchanan, Q.
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, G,
Buchanan, G.
McComh, Wm
McComb,  Wm.  J
McComb, Wm. j.
Buchanan, G. B, ft
Buchanan, <). E. &
Buchanan, G. Ii. A-
Buchanan, G. I*1. A
Buchanan, G. B, f:
Buchnnan, O. K.
Buchanan, O. B.
K.
.1. A Hurt
II K. A Muff H.
(J. I'.. A Huff. S.
II. P.. St. Hull. S.
O.   K.  ft   Huff.  S.
ii. bj, & iiiirr. s.
0,  A  Hull,   S.
A.
E, a iiurr. s,
E. ft Hu". S.
E, A Huff, S.
B  A Huff, S.
B. A   Huff.  S.
E. A  Huff. S.
J.
Huff, S.
iiurr. s.
Huff. s.
iiurr. s.
���luff. .1.
t: Huff, S.
Muff. S.
Buchanan, ii. B. A Huff,
TlietmiiH,  Marianne
Thomas,  Marianne
la a-. In. Fred. J.
1,'uviit.  Fred. J
Buchanan, G, B, A Huff,
Cairns, s.  J.
Ellgh, Catherine
Alexander,  lac.trl
Wall.   M.   W.  ��  Co.
Wall.  M. W. A l"u
Cliapm in.  Hoi,i.
Chapman. Itnta.
Worthlngton,   W,
Worthington,  M
McComb, Wm. J.
McKay,   Wm.
��� n. Peter
Irwin.
Irwin,
Irwin,
Blair.
Blair,
Ward.
ph
Joseph
Agni s
Jas, C.
Jan. C.
.1. A. A Elisabeth
61.
M.
M
& Huff,
Ward, .1  A, ft Elisabeth
Blair, Jas. C.
Blair, Jas, C
Chastv   Eveline
ChRsty, Evcllni
Cheats s.
Hiiittv, i;��� rtrude
Bui ��� anan, O. R
Bowell, Emily L.
"����������� ,11.   |*;r,,;|v  I..
Ii rwi II,  Emily  I..
Unveil. Kmlly 1,.
Matheson, Janic
Creedo. Roooo
Itln'r, Jas. C
Powers, Frtd.
Bowell, Pamui I
Bowi 11. Samuel
Hlalr. Jas. C.
l*i\-ln, Agnrs
i !���������.���!. Mary A   A
iiinv s, Mary A   A
Williams, Arthur i
Burgess,  Mary M.
Sleln.   K:.l"   M.
Clark ', Amelia F
Smith   Buetace A
'i-liMk.  Ewln K.
Buchnnan, (i. B. A Huff, S.
Buchnnan, c. B A Huff, s.
Buchanan  G. K A Huff. S.
Boulton, Hope violet
Boulton,   nope Vloltt
1-incr. Mary
'���-.,.,k. Charles
('rook, Charies
Edward
Edward
Bristol, C,
1
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10
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32
33
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37
38
39
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41
42
43
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43
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47
48
49
60
61
62
63
64
65
36
67
68
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60
61
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18
114
66
06
67
ss
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
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79
SO
81
S2
83
84
86
86
87
88
89
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30
Feet Front.     Hate. Yearn
per fl. An-
front, nual
1-iita. paym't.
16.243 86.45
  8.07
  8,06
  6.68
  6.46
  6.45
  6.45
  6.45
  6.46
  6.46
  6.46
  6.46
  6.46
  6.46
...... 6 46
  6.46
  6.46
  6.40
  6 46
...... 10.26
  10.26
  6.33
  12.93
  12.93
6.44
  2.63
  8.07
  8.07
  4.04
4,04
  4.04
...... 4.04
  8.07
  8.07
  3.07
  8.07
  8.07
  8.07
  S.07
  8.07
  8.07
  8 n7
  8.07
  -8.07
  7.80
  8.35
  8.07
5.33
  6.33
  6.33
...... 6.33
5.33
  5,33
5.33
6.33
S.III. 39.70
  49.70
  49.00
  69 60
  39.70
  39.70
  39.70
  18,70
  89.80
  39.80
  39.80
  39.80
  39.80
  39.80
  39.80
  39.80
  89.80
  39.811
  311.K0
  63.20
..... 63.20
  B2.80
..... 79.60
  79.60
  33.60
  16.20
  49 70
..... 49 70
  24.86
  24.85
  24.36
  24.85
  49.70
  49 70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49.70
  49 70
  49.70
  48O0
  61.40
  49 70
  32.SI
  32.81
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  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  22.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32 81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.81
  32.31
  32.81
  32.81
  34.60
..... 34.40
..... 3440
..... 33.05
33(13
33 05
....I 33.05
33.05
83 nr,
31 05
..... 33.05
  34.60
..... 34.40
  84.40
84:50
34.40
..... 34.40
  33.05
33.05
33.05
33.05
  23.03
..... 33.05
..... 33.06
..... 33.05
34.50
"... 34.40
  34.40
  34.80
  34.SO
  34.80
  33,00
  33,00
23.ml
  33.00
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  33.00
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  83.00
  34 80
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  3S.00
  33.00
  33.00
  33.00
  33.00
  33.00
  33.00
  31 SO
  34.80
  34.80
  36 40
  36 20
  36.20
  31 nn
  33.00
  33 00
  33 00
  33.00
  88.00
  S3.00
  33.00
  36.40
  36 20
  36.20
.16021.37
6.33
5,33
5.33
6.33
6.33
5.33
5.33
5.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
5.60
6.69
6.59
6.37
6.37
6.3T
5.37
5,37
5.37
6.37
5.37
6.60
5.69
6,58
6.60
5.60
5.60
5.37
6.37
5.37
6.37
6.37
5.37
6.37
6.37
5 60
5.59
6.6B
6 65
6.6 8
5.65
5.36
5.36
* 5.26
6.36
6.36
6.36
5.36
6.36
6.65
6 16
f, 85
6.66
5.65
6.36
6.36
6.36
5.36
5.36
6.36
6.36
5.36
6 65
6.66
6 6 5
6.91
5 SS
6.88
5.38
6.36
5 36
5.36
5.36
f, 36
5 .16
6.2C
6 91
6 88
6.S8
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Name of owner.      It��-subdl'n,      Hubdl'n.
4
6
6
7
8
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12
13
14
15
16
17E1-2
17W1-2
18
19
(20,   E.16ft.)
20, Bice.
Kirk, Louisa
-vii inoiiisi Church
stun, William
I'erhunc, Eliza J.
Methodist Church
McGregor, Bliss
Rennle, Clarice
Rennle, Clarice
IBgrry,  H. J.
Jameson, Hose P.
Slot!, WlllUun
Stott,  William
Goulson, Georgs
Rogers, Georgia K.
Blsnop, Lizzie
iValtnsley, Jamcji C.
Walmsley, Jam.-s l.'.
Tcomans, Louvlllla
Steves, Jane
Kuyal Col.   Ilonp,
Hoyal  Col.   Hosp,
H.  C.  Arrlib.  of  Van.
Hav.   Isabella
���Blchlnko, Elisabeth J.
Elchlnko, Elisabeth J.
Kirk. Louisa
Olsen,  oic  tt.
Jaffrav, Julia A.
Roberts, Baniamln
Huberts,  Henlnlrila
Buiisklll, Emily K.
HarKer,  Henry
darker,  Henry
llarker.   Henry
Acadia Trust Co.
Acadia Trust Co.
Barker.  Ilenrv
Smilh   Annie  B.
Morrow. A. T.
iieianey Catharine
McLean, Msugt K.
W'mln'r A Port Mann Sec'e.
Teepoorten, Jullua A.
Miller. Annie J.
Teepoorten,   Julius   A.
Body   W. A . Harney, E. B.
1 inltnn. Willie
Dalton, Willie
Hultun. Alice
Hutton, Alice
While.   Louis A.
Munday, Thus.
Major.  Chas.  O
Wray, William
Wray,   William
Maior,  Chas.  <;.
Atkinson, John T.
Hur��eHH,   Joaepli
Ellgh,  Jacob
Ellgh, Jacob
smiih. Annie B,
''instance,   James  T.
Hankey, (1. Alers
Major, Chas, G.
Mc mi, y��� Craig, T. R.
McGill, y.. Crolg, T. R.
Shaw, Geo. M. A Ells.
Shaw. Ceo.  M. A Ellz.
Anderson, Andrew
���' Donnell, i: w. & p. f,
Leake,   Joe
Oliver. John
I iaik in. Maud M. ft Curtis. W
Smilh.   Ray  B.
I'i art,  Mary Ann
Kolfske, Albert A
KolfSko, Albert A
Mabbutt, Fred II.
Peacock. William
Peacock. William
Doyle
I '...vie,
Doyle,
Doyle,
Doyle,
Doyle,
Doyle,
Doyle,
I I ,Vle.
I.
Win
Wm.
Wm.
Wi
Wm.
Wm
Wm.
Wm.
Wm.
Wm
Griffiths. Wm
Doyle, Wm. A.
Doyle, Wm. A.
Spruit.  Mary
Teepoorten, J- A.
C .11:11". A M ft  Vlller,
Shi. Ids.  William
Flegi
1 luvl.
Doyli
Doyli
Mllni
Milm
Doyl.
Doyl.
Doyl
City
W'mln'r
Kirk.  .Vial
21
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23
24
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3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
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A.
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A.
A. 9
A. 16
11
12
13
14
15
WC.      16
17
J.   A. 18
Wm. A. 19
Wm. A. 2 0
Wm. 21
W. A. 22
W.  A. 23
Wm   A. 24
Wm. A. 25
Wm. A. 26
f N.  W'mln'r. 1-4   lne
Port  M'n Secur's, Lt.  5
Im ft A. 6
6 etc.
Noilce Is hereby glv��n that thc Corpomtlun of thc City of New Westminster In-
unils to pass a I^.cal Improvement Assessment By-law assessing the properly In the
schedule above mentioned the minis of money annually for thirty years set opposite
each lol. and a Court of Revision for the nial nf complnlntn and appeals against the
assessment so proposed to tie mnde wlll be held on Tuesday, ihe 29th day of April,
1913, commencing at 10 o'clock In the forenoon ut the C
Hull, New Wcstmlnsti r, liritish Columbia, and any notl
tendril assessment must be served upon the Clerk of thi
eight  days prior lo --cell Court of Revision.
of
itincll Chamber in the City
��� of appeal from such In-
Municipal Council at  least
W,
DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Dated Ihls 1st dny of April.  1913.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "A" for Mains and Connections,
Schedule sll.
whloh thf asm ssi
tak.ti on area ov
wtnK Ihe real property lmmeiliat
lent Is mutle on per fool trontage
r basis of 132 fi-i t depth .
f benefited and the proportion  in
Frontage of Irregular subdivisions
6 31
6 16
6 16
6.46
6 46
6 16
S.46
6.16
6.46
6.46 .
6 46
6 4 5
6.16
6 45
6<5
0 68
9.68
6 '5
6 4 5
6 4 6
6.45
6 46
6 46
6 46
6.16
6 13
6 46
6 4 6
r, 16
6 46
6 46
6 16
6.46
6 16
6.46
6.46
. 1.48
6 4 6
6.46
6.46
6 4 6
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.43
Name of Owner.       Ue-st.t
Hankey, Cl, Alcrs
McthodlBt Church
Drummond, Mary A.
Klhachl,  I'llknnln
Lawrence, Bmolln
Slater,   Arllmr   K.
Coulsnn. lleorRc
Coulsnn, George
Cnntts, Annie
McRory, John '1'.
Wood.  Kllzn M.
Hutchinson, Sarah J.
Nelson, Nels
Nelson. Nels
Nelson. Nels
Nelson. Nl Is
Nelson, Nels
N'elsnn.   Nels
Nelson, Nels
Nl Ison,   Nels
Nelson, Nels
Nelson.   Nelll
Nelson,  Ni Is
Mo .re.   Arthur  c,
MeLeod, w,  K.
MeLeod.   W.   F���
Falk, Andrew
Garrett, Alexandor
Ni Ison. NelH
Nelson,  Nils
Ni Ison. Nela
Nelson,  N.*ls
Nelson. Nels
Nelson,  N< Is
Ni Ism;, Nets
Nelson, Nels
Ward, Agnes c.
Ward, Amies C,
Brymner, He,,. r>.
Garrett,  Alexander
l-'nlkner. Chas.  E.
Crlchton, Wllma
Player,  Annie  cv-!.i
House, Wm. A Kmma J.
Williams,   Lewis
Ash. Samuel Oco.
KJik. J/oujNa
Reserve
l...
1A2
3
4
6
6
7
R
9
3
4
6   W pt.
6   E.pt.
6
7
8
f
1*
11
11
13
14
1
1
0
4
6
7
S
10
11
12
13
14
15
IB
fi     17W.pt
1     6A17Epl
2
4
IS
1
*i
3
3il
.     Feet Front     Hate.
Years
per ft.
An
front.
nual
i- nis.
pay in t.
SII.       tU.01     18.243
316 27
..   .       69.84     	
9.72
60.00     	
S.12
60.00     	
8.12
60.00     	
3.12
        25.00     	
I. Ml
        25.00     	
4.1, J
        60.(HI     	
3.12
        60.00     	
6.12
        60.00     ......
8.12
        60.00     	
8.12
        60.00     	
6.12
        67.65     	
9.36
8.28
8.28
        61.00     	
8 28
        51.90     	
6 28
6.03
8.33
6.71
        49.50     .....
8.04
        49.60     .....
8.04
      111.20     	
18.06
        7611     	
12.36
64.07     	
10.41
        60.05     	
8.13
....       66.00     	
10.72
....       66.00     .....
10.72
        68.64     .....
9.52
        56.19     . . . ..
6.88
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        60.90     	
8.12
        60.n0     	
8.12
. .     ,       12.00     	
1.95
        60.00     	
0 74
        84.64     	
13.73
        33.00     	
5.36
        66.00     	
10.72
66.00     	
10.72
. ..   ,       66.00     	
10.72
        82.60     	
13.40
           66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     ....
10.78
        06.0*     ....
8
9
10
11
12
Singh     13
Singh     14
15*16 S.l-2
15A16 N.l-2
17
18
19
Chi. R 1\ ft C. A
I'ierson.   Alexis  N.
11 .vie.   Wm.  A.
Doyle, Wm. A.
Doyle, Wm. A.
I Doyle.   Wm.   A.
Mand SlnKh&J Landa
Maud Slni;h&J. Landa
Wright, w.
Dunlop,   Jane
Wrl-shl.   William
Hardv,  Bmi st
Doyle, Wm. A.
Main.   J���hn
RnrdlCk. Carrl"
W'min'r&l'ort   M'n Sec.   Ld.
Wmin'rftrurt   M'n  S, c.   1,1.
Wniin'rftl'ort   M'n  Sic.  Ld.
City of tt.   W'min'r      25-28
Brunette Saw  Mill  Co.
I.d.. lip. of Westminster
Col.  Inv. ft  I-  Co.
���Krmstrong,  J.  IC.
Armstrong. J   K.
[".���Heck.  Clarence  II.
DeBeck, Clarence H.
nes,   Maruaret
nes, Margaret
I'adniore,   Fred  W.
ra Ling ft Others
Walthar, John
Jackson. John I.
Fulton.  John
Ankers.   Martha
ineron,   Jos, ph
Cameron,  Joseph
Cameron, Joseph
lami roa, Joseph
Cameron. Joseph
Kennedy. Mary A.
Kennedy. Jas 11.
ArIhcii. John J.
Ashton, John J
Johnston, EklWard
lohnston. Edward
W. Ish.  Chas.  A.
Munday. J   A
Knox  Pres. Church
\"imx  Pres.  church
Lalng, J. nnie
Munday,  James  A.
Oeorge, James K.
Morris. Levi
Warnock, Barbara Ann
Warnock. Jas.  D .llnff
Oeorge, J   ICftWrlghtmon, I
Malcolm. W. J,
Malcolm.  W.  J.
'ameron.   W.   A.
Menu. Qulnton
3 ant
3  N.pt.
.     4   S.pl.
23.4N.pt.
24
1
6.
4
3
2
1
part of6
1
S.pt.
N.'pt!
3   ft   9
3
4
I
6
7
8
1
2
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.     4
part of 12
part of N
28
26
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3
part of 14
S 1-
1-3
13
Total
30
c.    Feet Front.    Rate.
Yuan.
per ft.
An
front.
nual
cents.
payra'l.
810.72
10.72
10.72
       66.00    	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
1U.72
10.72
10.72
        66.00     ......
10.72
        33 00     	
5.36
        33.00     	
6.36
10.72
        86.00     	
10.72
        16.00     	
2.60
        60.00     	
6.12
 1661.95     	
368.33
      826.97      ..
134.16
      825.��7     	
134.16
        40.40     	
6.66
        41.60     	
6.74
        23.94     	
8.88
        40.74     	
6.62
1. 2-1       45.00     	
7.31
        46.00     	
7.31
        46.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.0Q     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        46.00     	
7.47
        40.00     	
7.47
        46.00     	
7.47
        46.00     	
7.47
        46.00     	
7.47
        46.00     .....
7.47
7.31
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
7.31
7.31
        46.00     	
7.31
        46.00     	
7.31
        45.00     ..     ..
7.31
        66.50     	
9.18
        66.50     	
9.18
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        46.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
.....       45.40     	
7.37
.....       45.40     	
7.37
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
.....       45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
        4 5.20     	
7.34
        45.20     	
7.34
.....       45.20     	
7.34
        4 5.20     	
7.34
.....       46.20     	
7.34
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
. ..   .       45.00     	
7 31
.....       4S.00     	
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
. ..   .       46.00     	
7.31
.....       45.00     	
7.31
.....       45.00     	
7.31
46.00     	
7.31
.....       45.00     	
7.31
        46.00     	
7.47
        46.00     	
7.47
.....       46.00     	
7.47
.....       46.00     	
7.47
7.47
.....       46.00     	
7.47
7.31
7.31
.....       45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     .....
7.31
        45.00     .....
7.31
        45.00     .....
7.31
        45.00     .....
7.31
        45.00     ....
7.31
        45.00     	
7.31
        45.00     ..     .
7.31
S  2-1     180.80
29.37
        45.20     ..     .
7 34
        46.20     .....
7.84
        45.20     .....
7.34
        45.20     ..     .
7.34
        45.20     ....
7.84
        46.20     	
72J4
        45.20     	
1.34
         46.20     	
1.S4
        45.20     ...
7.34
        45.40     ...
7.37
        [6 50     ...
B.18
        66.50     ...
B.1S
        45.20     ...
7.31
        45.20
7.31
        45.20
7.31
        45.20     ...
7.34
        45.20
7.31
        40.20     ...
7.31
        45.20
7.34
        45.20
7.34
      ISO..80     . . .
29.37
S.III.     229.00     ...
37.20
.....     105.00
17.05
        60.70     ...
9.S6
      1063*     	
17.27
        66.00     	
10.72
        61.76     	
S.40
        61.75     .   ..
8.40
        5175     	
8 40
      168.53     	
32.25
        60.00     ....
8.12
.....       60.00     	
8.12
        60.10     	
8.14
        60.10     	
8.14
        66.00     	
10.72
        61.09     	
8.30
        61.08     	
8.30
.....       44.40     	
7.21
        44.36     	
7.19
        44.30     	
7.19
           66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.73
        66,00     ....
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     ....
10.72
S.III,       06.00
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     	
10.72
        66.00     ....
10.72
        165.44     ...
26.87
      165.44     ...
26.87
...   .       49.50     	
8.04
        49.50     	
8.04
        49.50     ....
���.04
        49.50     	
S.04
        49.50     	
8.04
        49.50     	
S.04
      329.12     	
53.46
T
of sawdust, and a sort of stucco, is
now being made entirely of sawdust.
Sawdust Is also pressed Into various
forms and objects and flnlshed in god
imitation of oak, rosewood, mahogany
and other high priced woods.
We also walk on sawdust, Insomuch aB a very fair grade of lluoleu. i
is made from this Instead of tha mer)
expensive cork dUBt.
The other uses of .sawdust are almost Innumerable. Everyone knows
of the white powder which ls practically smokeless and far more powerful
than tbe old fashioned saltpeter gunpowder.
BRAZILIAN PAPERS
BEST IN THE WORLD
But British Press   Is    Fairest,   Says
Lecturer on "Newspaper Clan
of World."
Wirtnlpeg, March 31.���O. J. Bruce,
of New Zealand, representative of the
Sells Publishing company, of London,
was the guest of tho Press club recently at tea and gave an address on
"The Newspaper Clan of the World."
Australia and New Zealand had
many and splendid newspapers, ln
the former country the newspaper
workers had formed a trade union,
aud In the latter an organization
known as the Institute of Journalists,
gave strength to the newspaper fraternity. Piovis.uD for Journalists, aa
to offices uXrl so forth was not bo
good in bru.'ih .!��� minions as in other
parts of the world, .In Brazil especially, the b-BB'Jfl oi editorial departments had pj.a'ia; apartmentB.
In South Africa the triweekly was
thc most popular paper since the Boer
liked to read h'b paper one day and
digest ItB contents the next.
Enqlish in China.
China, especially along Its coast
line, wss producing many papers, the
maojrity in English. Slam had not
sot the newspaper habit and In Java
there was no paper worthy of mention. In India ttie press was too busy
defending the military caste to be
very effective. Ctylon press was a
farce. Egypt, Cieece, Italy and Portugal had some &i od papers.
"But the Brazilian papers," said
Mr. Bruce, "are tbt- best in the world.
The cable service Is splendid and the
dramatic, art and musical criticisms
are the best I ever lead. The political
editorials are, of course, rather turbulent for Brazil lakes its politics In
revolutionary term.
A town of Gii.oOO Inhabitants, 1000
miles up the Amazon, has five big
dailies. Everybody reads the paper."
Argentine too had splendid paperB and
Chill and Peru were coming forward.
The British pr'.is, however, was the
(fairest in tho w.uld ln allowing expression cf pub'.e opinion.
"1 liked Canada before I came."
said Mr. Bruce. "I cannot quite d"
scribe to you the feeling of kinship
we of the far south have tor you nut
all the overseas dominions. Fer-
haps It ts because the other halt ot
our fathers' families came here.
The extraordinary patience of
Canadians strikes me as 1 travel In
this country. For instance, 1 was Inclined to be ruffled at your street car
service, but everyone else seem"?
happy about It so what's the use ? Let
nie sav though you are under no
necessity to copy United States; nd-
mirnhle as her Institutions may be.
Let's have a Canadian way of dolus
things "
we
lOf
\hai
lou
82490.57
Notice Is hereby Riven that Ihe 1'orporallon of the Olty of New Westminster In-
l.nils to pass a Looa] Improv, ment Assessment Bylaw assessing the property In tho
schedule abovs mentioned tlie sums of money annually for thirty years set opposite
eaoh lot, antl a Court of ltevlston for (he trial of complaints and appeals against the
assessment so proposed to bi- made will be helil on Tuesday, lhe 29th tiny of April, 1913,
Commencing ut 10 o'clock In the ferenoen at (he Council Chamber tn the City Hall,
New Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended assessment must Is- served upon the Clerk of tlie Municipal Council at least eight days
prior to such Court of U vision.
IH'NCAN,
City Clerk.
IV. A.
Fated this 1st day of April. 1913.
I ui JI  .     ... **3 x.i.1. -    -i
13301
SAWBUST HAS USES
IN MANY TRADES
Besides   Stuffing   Dolls   Is   Meat  and
Drink���Stucco, Linoleum and
Gunpowder.
There wns a time when sawdust
was the etuff that floated down
stream from saw mills, Later It was
llBBd an the Internal economy of dolls
and lining for Ice hntiBes, hut today It
can be truly said that sawdust Ib used
to ent. drink and tu live In.
lt Ib true that we do not ent sawdust ourselves to any great extent,
but it Is successfully used for cattle.
There is the old story of the man
who put green glasses on his cow to
get her to eat sawdust, thinking il
was grnBB-and Just as ho got
used to lt Bhe died.
her
- ������ J���XI-LL.I   L    .    	
But that Btory lacks its point now,
as a "wood meal" is made for cattle
which has proved of grest value. Of
conrto.'the cattle'that eat this do not
subsist on lt, as It Is not, strictly
speaking, a food; but this ls mixed
with rock salt and the combination
acts as a splendid appetizer or dlges
the for the cattle; so It can truly be
Baid that sawdust ls eaten.
As for drinking, no doubt, a great
many people "drink" sawdust, although few of them are aware of It,
The alcohol that Is mndo from sawdust Is not good to drink unleBS one
has suicidal Intentions, but it ls used
In tho distillation of a brandy.
Chemistb have been able to distill
from sawdust, with the aid of othoi
chemicals, a very passable brandy
that Ib free from the tnsto of turpentine.
As to living In sawdust, a great
many houses ure partially construct
ed of sawdust, and sumo of them an
nearly no, ub ln the Instance of a form
of brick which is made from thlt
vnlunble by-product.
Mortar containing a large quantlt;
������������������������������������������������*
��� ���
��� ENCLI8H    NCVVB. ��
��� *
���������������������������������������������������
A plum tree in the garden of D.
Burton, of Pirton (Herts), has been
In bloo:u for a fortnight.
Open-air schools ln seven parks for
poor children wire decided on by the
London county council.
John Edmund Alexander. J.P.. cf
Norwich, fell dead when leaving a
meeting at the city chapel.
Known for years aB'"Dulwlch village" this Ib now to be the official style
of Dulwich High Btreet.
Weighing about 24 pounds a cannon
ball has been dug up by a workman
near King John's Palace, EUham.
Kent.
Georce William Hoyle, of Halifax,
who had heen blind for six months,
re"over��d IiIb Bight following a series
of fltB.
Another case of anthrax Is reported
from Sutton Bassett (Northants).
where a valuable bullock has died of
the disease.
Eller I ratt. a domestic servant of
Berwick, woke up after having pl*pt
soundly for six days. A doctor put It
down to cerebral exhaustion.   .
Dr. Lover, chairman of the O-.lne
Fishery company, Colchester, predicts
thst in tho n��xt two years there wlll
be a scarcity of native oyBters.
By a reduction In the naturalization
fees, which came Into force. ��1 Instead of ��5 ls now payable by aliens
wishing to become British subjects.
W. P. Tyrrell, although blind, li
sn accomplished pianist and typ'at,
and is bandmaster of the Harwich
company of tho Church Lads' Brigade.
Two little children. Charles and
Hilda Ford, were burned to death et
their home nt Hull, while playlns
���vlth matches. A baby waB rescued
by Its mother.
Found wandering in lha village rf
\rnold, near Nottingham, a tall.
fresh colored girl of medium build,
wearing a grey hb.r.ket coat, has been
nken hy the police to Ilasford Inllr-v
���iry, unablu to give an account of her
seif.
See Redemption
Today ���
���"
fr- y*\<m eight
THB NEW WESTMINSTER NHW&
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913
"PAV   CASH    IT
YOU'
WILL   PAY
OurPhoneisNo.
2
And it is in
awfully good
working  order.
WASHDAY
SPECIALS
Kclipse Soap, per carton  ..20c
Qaseue Naptha Soap, 4 pkgs-
... 25c
Royal Crown Washing Pow-
.  flBX-Per Pk-S 20��
Day and Martln'B Bag Blue
2 'for 5c
Oli Wtch Cleanser, 3 cans
for 25e
MackB'1 No-Rub, the Ideal
���laundry help, 6 for 25c
Liquid Blue, per bottle 10e
Glass WaBh Boards, each..-45c
Have you sampled our Special
Tea? The Tea "par excellence."     ....50c pr. Ib.
Davles' Kggs.
for	
Listen!
3 doz.
.. ..$1.00
Westholm  Creamery  Butter,
3 lbs $1-00
Try a pound of Wiltshire Bacon, per lb -40c
18 nice large, juicy, unfrozen
Oranges 25c
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
Are you working hard bo that
some one will not have to struggle as you have?
Then while well and Btrong
you should give careful thought
to the manner in which your eBtate will be disposed of alter
you are gone.
Neglect to mnke a Will means
that tne public administrator
will do Ute best he can, but the
law dees not allow him to use
discretion. Ho must ub (Jlilckly
as possibly dispose of your estate and divide the residue as
according to law.
He cannot even try to continue to build up the estate as
this company may If appointed
eneeutor and trusteo under
Will.
There may be some friends or
relatives whom you would like
to receive a larger sharo than
others, hut the administrator
known bottling of that. Making
provision for one's estate after
he has gone Is one of the most
important things in lite. You
will do well to consider the
mutter carefully and you will
find us ready to help yon in
many ways without any cost, to
yuu.
Would II not be well to call al
our ofrice today, nee! some nf
the Directors or Officers and
discuss the matter, Wc recognize the sacrednesB ol a trust
ami Will consider anything you
have to say as quite confidential
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000 00
A meeting of the Burnaby board
of trade will be held in tho Moreton
hail, Edmonds, tomorrow evening at
eight o'clock.
A. Hardman. the cake man. Oet
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 231. (968)
Division Engineer W, G. Swan of
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Ib
confined to his home suffering from
lumbago.
P. R. Pearse, piano tnnlng; order
at Todd's or Major's mnelo konee.
(923)
Permission hss been granted to the
Progressive Association to li-old a special meeting in the city hall on Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
On Chong Co, merchant, tailors.
Now arrival of spring goods. Ladies
and gentlemen's suite at reasonable
prices. 413 Columbia BtreetV Burr
Block and 24 Mclnnls streeL      (969)
The fire laddies at No. 1 station
are holding drills three times a week
on the new ladders and also practicing
jumping into the new fire net.
The branch of tbe Bank ef Monk-
real at Sapperton will be eleeed tor
business on and after March 29. (845)
Mr. Jack Eadle, of .Messrs. T. J.
Trapp & Co., left for Polmont, Scotland, yesterday to return in about
three nionthB with his bride.
City Grocery���We are new open fer
business with a full line ef groceries.
Prompt delivery service. Tel. 1100.
Corner  Second and  Princess streets.
(951)
Master Gordon Houghton was the
winner of the boy'B prize given by the
Ladies Auxialiary of the Royal Columbian hospilnl for the sale of tickets for the Kirmess and not Master
Cordon, as stated yesterday.
The city council's Initiation of a
civic, labor bureau has been successful to a creditable degree. During the
month since Its inception Mr. T. Turn-
bull has enrolled 175 men for work
the great majority of whom secured
jobs.
Court of revision of the assessment
roll will be held on Wednesday. April
16. All property owners should bear
in mind that noticeB of appeal against
the assessment on their properties
must bo made at the city assessor's
office ten day3 previous to the sitting
of the court.
W. Day, eleotrletan. s-e-sst tor He*
Point lrens; fi.Ttsres and wiring of
ill ki*nds. Phene 1209, 38 Sixth Btreet.
opposite Posteffle*.
A most successful Sunday school
entertainment was given by the pupils and the teachers of tho Salvation Army Sunday school last night
in lhe cltldel.
City Grocery���We are now open for
business with a full line of groceries
Prompt delivery service. Tel. 110*
Corner  Second  and  Princess streets.
(951)
The "B.C.P."  the  halibut    steam
rawler, arrived in harbor yesterday
with 25,000 pounds of flsh on board.'
The vessel has been fishing west of
Vancouver Island.
By a Bcore of 29 to 23 the local Y.
M. C. A. team was knocked out of the
running In the senior provincial bas
ketball championships which are being competed for In Vancouver this
week. The Vancouver Y. M. C. A.
team were tho victors.
Two vessels stranded on the south
bank of..the Fraser opposite the city
yesterday morning. The St. Mungo
cannery flsh boat "Star" and the Dominion Fisheries boat "Swan."
John J. McNamara will apply to
Judge Howay ln the county cotirt on
Thursday for bail. McNamara Is be
Ing held, for the alleged theft of T. J.
Trapp's automobile.
OBITUARY.
FORtijSTEIt���Beforo a large nssem
blage of friends and relatives the re
mains of the late William Forrester,
pioneer. were laid to rest In the Odd
felows cemetery yesterday afternoon
Previous to the Interment the solemn
funeral rites were held at thp famllv
residence, corner of Fifth street and
Sixth avenue. Rev. J. S. Henderson
and Rev. M. O, Melvin, who officiated
made several stirring references to
the sterling character ot the departed.
The graveside was -covered wllh
wreathes and floral tokens which bore
mute testimony to thc respect in
which the late Mr. Forrester was held
The late Mr. Forrester passed away
suddenly on Thursday at noon. He
was a contractor hv trade and constructed mnny of the Important buildings in the city. Including the new
Lord Lister school. He had lived In
this city for some thirty years and
was a native of Scotland. At death
he was 52 years of age.
In  The Courts
Albert George Goulburn, the colored
C .P. R. porter, who Is alleged to have
stabbed Albert Thomas, a commercial
man, from Calgary during an altercation on board the train on March 18,
elected yesterday before Judge Iloway
for speedy trial.
Tho crime ls stated to have been
committed while tho train was approaching Westminster Junction,
The trial was fixed for Monday,
April 7.
Mr. G. L. Cassidy, of McQuarrie,
Martin and Cassidy, Is counsel fer accused.
Levee May Be Broken.
Frankfort, Ky., March 81.��� Acting
Adjutant General EIUb received a message tonight ascribed to the mayor
of Columbus, Ky��� on the Mississippi
river below Cairo, stating that the
levee there had broken. Wire communication failed before details could
be laarned.
BURNABY M
ABOLISH WARDS
(Contlnnea trom page one)
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
.%*,
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
PICTORIAL  REVhEW  PATTERNS FOR APRIL, 10e, 15c
Read Our
Big   Special
Advt. on
Page 3
We have only 28 more days to
raise this $40,000. You can help
by telling your friends of the
very unusual bargains to be
found here at your home store.
nothing but high impertinence for any
councillor to make such statements as
Councillor Coldicutt had done He felt
it was a needless waste of public
money to allow the work on Second
Btreet to preceed and he for one would
not vote for any extraordinary expenditure in the future before he had been ]
able to make a personal inspection of
tho proposed work.
Councillor Stride backed up the
statements of the last speaker stating
it was unreasonable to allow the work
to proceed and supported the motion
to close down on the job
The motion carried with Councillor
Coldicutt voting in the, negative the
councillors agreeing, however, to visit
the scene next Monday morning.
Councillor MacPhcrson before the
matter died down, stated that a movement was on foot to have Sixth street
opened up to llurnaby lake and con-
The pallbearers at the funeral_ were. | ���|uere(i mat this street was far more
important than Second street, and he
for one could not see his  way  clear    _������ s -���uu	
\Te^urX ffiKuw which ! Ib the risk being run by ^pejBons
** *************** wll>   regulate   building   In Burnaby
***************'***'���* .received its fjMt and second leaemps.
* BURNABY  NOTES. ��� |    a. communication was read from the
Wouldn't You Like To Own
Your Own Home
High and dry lots at Highland Park; five minutes from the through car;
graded streets; sidewalks; electric light; city water. We will build a house to your
own plan, and take a small cash payment down, and the balance can be paid as
rent, $20 per month. This property is splendidly located, with an unobstructed
view of the Gulf of Georgia and Fraser river and will make a high-class residential district.   Call in and talk it over with us.
White, Shiles & Co.
Westminster Trust Block and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
Messrs. J. C. Brown, A. L. Mercer,
W. D. Reid. J. Irvine, F. II. Cunning
ham and J. B. Cross.
���������������������������������������������������
East Burnaby, March 31.���A most
enjoyable concert was given by the
members of tho East Burnaby Metho
municlp.il solicitors Stating thnt Mr
Laurson, the solicitor (or the tie Kit.
had not yet received iuBtruotlons from
Mr. Sperling, general manager oi the
company, to assist in preparing tho
\t a meeting between the Richmond
council and the Burnaby representatives held in Vancouver this morning
the matter of changing the boundary
of Richmond to the midle of the North
Arm of the Fraser instead of it taking ln all the river bed as far as the
water line on the Burnaby side of the
niriuuriD ui mw ��-��ot ^��...-.-j   ������    company,   m   tunnim,   m   i"' ,'���.'���������-.   .���������' . jinn,,oao^
diet church choir at the church this j franchl,e bylaw and for that reason | Btream^aBdlBcuBBed
evening     The  program    was    of    a  tho franchise matter was laid over for i
varied character, the musical numherh |ono weeic,
being   particularly   pleasing    to    the j    Tbe  matter of  poles  on   Kingsway
large audience present. from Edmonds to Tenth avenue, New
The chief contributors  to  the  pro-   Westminster was brought up for diagram were:  Messrs. Holden, Lowther,  cl]Sgion     Mr   Conway, chief engineer
Foster, McAuley, Ather and Bowlsby. 0f the B. C. E. R., mentioned in a let-
(76��> I Mesdames    Bowlsby.    Holden,    Hall,  ter that mctnl poles along the street
I Ather, Dool and Clark, and the Misses would  cost flo each.    Ho suggested
Trapp   &  Company, (cool and BurgeBB.                                    | that Bpeolally prepared wooden poles
 .                L      pi,lut,,(i   along   the   street,   which
Columbia street.    Their old quarters!   ERECT BACHELORS'QUARTERS   and^on^wVihe compVny%aYp'r*
:it the corner of l.orne ami Columbia ! ~Z~-tJ-       c    . ���  ���      pared to shoulder part of thr cost. The
Btreets will be occupied shortly by C. ; Contract Let for Buildings Con.aininc | matter ���M left over until next week.
School  Bylaw.
The Burnaby school hoard wrote re*
luetiting   that  the  council   prepare  a
tj   he   submitted   to   lhe   elec*
It Is understood that little difficulty
will arise in adjusting the present
tangle.
REV. W. J. MAYERS
AND
Wm.
mm
FOR SPRING
Lawn Grasa Soed, White Clover, etc
RYALL'S
701 Columbia Street
UGGI5T ��.d OPTICIAN
Phone 57
Messrs.   T.   J.
Ltd., have moved  into Iheir new pal-1
attal  building  on the  south  side  of |
I
114,    Labor contractor.
\.  Welsh,  the grocer, antl the Cana-I E0   Rocmn���Cost  SIDOOD.
lian Swift  Packing Company, A   criterion  of  the  steady  growth!
j of  the  city   was  brought  out yester-
Yung Sai and Co.. importer of Chin-   ,iav when a permit was taken out at iu .]ov.
ise and Japanese silk dry goods, gro-  the building inspector's office fer two  to"rate o-Hing for $2f. 000    As the let-
ceries,   provisions,   boots  anil   shoes I buildings!  costing  $ir..onn  which   will L      did   not  indicate  just   what  the
ind general merchandise, Corner Col-   take   the   form   of   bachelors'   cabins. , ffl WM to be ?pt!n, ������ th��� matter
nmbla,  ami   Mclnnls   streets.     Phone j m,'tabic  for the  working men of the was 1(,f, over ���nt*i ���,,,!. week.
(970)   ritv. |    The police will bo notified to prose-1
The site  of  the two b'.iililir.tts wlll  outo  any   persons    found     tampering1
be at the corner of Agnes, Mclnnls |wlth survey stakes In the municipality,
ard  Tenth  streets,  a lotal  of  eighty ;Th(, purveyors completing the new re-'
rooms being shown in the plans sub- ! survey   complained  that  their  stakes
inltted. I were  being removed  and  placed  fur-'
The owner of the property nnd al-  ther out in the road hy some parties, j
so the person   who has awarded  the \\ fine of ?500 or five years in th<i pen
contract  Is  Mr.  Arthur Jones of  Vic- j ....*...���....      _^_^_^    ._,	
torin. who has  extensive holdings  In j -**-     ****s********sm~ ���
o'.her parts of the city.
The Spilth Contracting C'omranyi
have secured the contract, work on
which will start immediately.
Mr. J, \V. MacDonald. postmaster.
yesterday iiiBpected the new post
boxes which have been installed in
Queensborough. The new boxes are
located as follows: Letter box and
parcel hox at. the sub-postoftice, Ewen
avenue; letter box at the corner of
Ewen avenue and Furness street; letter hox Ewen avenue and Stanley
atreet.
Send your spar* table, ehalr. refrigerator, sewlmg machine or any
ihlng else you wish to dispose of te
Benzie's Auction Mart, 838 Clark-**--*
itreet.    Prompt ret-anis. ("Ml)
Mr. John Duncan had a long leiter
in evidence at the city council meet
ing last night over the fixing up of the
driving wheels of his steam wagon.
Mr, Duncan pleaded that the "fixing"
would   put   him   OUt  of  business.   The]
Or. Barnardo's Musical Boys;
Friday, April 4. 1913.
St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
at 8 p.m.
Admission:   25c.   and   50;.
Children Half Price.
Popular lecture-talk on  Dr.  Barnardo's splendid  life work for the children, with unique
COLORED   PICTURES.
Novel and Attractive Musical
Selections,
on   Handbells,  Bagpipes,   Mandolines,
Xylophones,   Ocarinas,   Comets,   etc.,
etc.    Program one yard long.    Collection of the Barnardo Work.
Come and See, Hear and Help.
W. R. OILLEY. Phene 122. O. E. OILLEY, Phone 2Bi
Phone*. Ottlcw 15 and 1*.
Brosa Ltd i
C0LUM3IA  STREET  1ATEST.
We have a limited stock of COMOX COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
/
CENTRAL  PARK  POULTRY
ASSN. APPOINT JUDGES.
Forty years in use, 20 years th?
Standard, prescribed and recommenii'
ed by physicians. Per Women's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills, at
your druggist.
Central Park, March 31.���-At a meeting of the executive of tho Central
Park Poultry and Co-operative association held in thc Agricultural building this evening plans wer" advanced
for the holding of what Ib proposed tn
loard Of works were, however, lneX- be thfl |ftrgM| poultry show in British
arable and Intimated that he must I Columblti which will take place here
fix the wheels of the wagon In tne thB jag( W(,pk )n November. Mr. El-
Hum,, maimer as the city hnd done mer I)|I0II of Oregon City, Ore., r,nd
theira or he will  be prohibited from j Mr   (.    tl    Brunette,  Jr..  of   Seattle
Sea Redemption
LATEST HAP Cf NEW
WESTMINSTER
Revised uud complete to date, showing public buildings, principal Industries, railway tracltB and number of
lots.    Kvery street plainly marked.
Every  business  man needs one.
t. i-i. Mccormick
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE
Phone 927.     Suit 19, B. C. E. R. Depot,             New Westminster B. C.
t I    ma***m*M**h*m*m*h*mmmmmh ill
RICHARBS&N & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bids.
.^i-.jiiiijpjj'i1
Large size, 9x3
, size.
"t;   also   pocket
"GET THE HABIT"
ladies' Handbags
���   To Clear at
using  the city  streets
To Contras-tors ami Builders. We
in now prepared to tarnish you wltb
land, gravel, crushed rock, o-emoni
Mid lime. Ofrice phene IM. Wharf
illume HSD.    B. C. T ranees it Co., Ltd.
(95t)
The Baser holidays ol the school
children terminated yesterday with
the resumption of studies in the various publlc halls of education through
���mt the city. The attendance nt the
schools for opening day wsb excep-
ilnnally good, thought there still remain a few benches to fill up. Ow-
ng to the fact that (he school board
has not as yet taken formal pos-
sesslon of the building the new Lord
l.lnler school, with the exception of
one room, was not opened yesterday
Dancing, The usual weekly danon
win be held at Fraser Mills tonight,
Tuesday,   First  class B-plece orehes-
Urn.     P,   Douglas,   M.   1".     tleiits   7fic.
; Ladies free. (972)
City Grocery���Wc arc now open for
. --lusinrss with a full line of -groceries.
Prompt   delivery  service.    Tel.   1100.
Corner  Second  and   Princess   streets.
(951)
$2.
Values to $8.50
THE FAIR
645 Columbia Street
were appointed Judges. They are said
tn be experts in the poultry blialneBB
throughout the Pacific coast.
Mr. J. A. Smith of Central l'urk.
was appointed superintendent with
Councillor vv. Walker. Burqultlam, as
assistant. Mr. F. !���'. Ilarmer of Central l'urk wss appointed assistant
show secretary.
The next  meeting  will  he held  on
GOOD,    BETTER,    BEST
Roads nr.d Pavements.
Mr.  Rochesicr Will  Dollvcr a
SUNSET BLUE
PRINT CO.
LECTURE
under  the    auspices    of the  Western
Portland Content   Manufacturers,   on
��� .,-,       ,       .    ���,  ,,     , i lhe    above    BUbJeot    Illustrated    by
,,he.0V?n.lnR..0f Thur8day' APrl1 10 "Mst'Tcopticon .Views. ,��� the Cousoryi
Central Park.
10 VANCOUVER PATRONS
Tn order to be In more direct touch
with Vancouver patrons I hav(. plae
ed a stock and established at 506
Main Street, Vancouvor, and It is my
Intention to specialize there in High
Class Ladies Tailoring.
J. P. GALVIN
High   Clas3   Ladles   and   Gentlemen'o
Tailor.
4G   Lorne   Street.   New   Westminster
608 Main Street, Vancouver
tlve Rooms
Tuesday, April 1st.
at 8 p.m.
This  in a chance  for  everyone
barn  something about    flood    Itnadi
���tiul to lind out how they are made In
t'nsliiiig'oc, Oreguti nnd California.
The publ.c are cord'ally invited.
(960)
in
Specials
] Rhubarb  21bs. 2,r,c
j Asparagus, per lb 15c
' Celery, por head  lOo
i Lettuce   11 for 10c
i lliinanaii, per dor.en   HOc
AYLING & SWAIN
Groceries.  Fish and Produce.
Phone 98. 447 Columbii  St.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
CAR8 LEAVE D.C. ELECTRIC TE     RMINAL,  COLUMBIA  ST.
For Vancouver, via Central Park
���At 6:00 and 5:45 a.m., and every
15 minutes until 9 p.m. From 9
p.m. until midnight half hourly service.
Sundays���At 6:00, 7*. 08. 7:30,
8:00 and 8:110 a.m., week day service prevailing thereafter.
For Vancouver via Burnaby���Al
5:45, G:45 und 8:00 a.m. wtth hour
ly servico thereafter until 10:00
p.m., and late car at 11:30 p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
with weilt duy service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. and hourly until 11:00
p.m.
Sunday���Flret car at 8:00 a.m.,
regular week day servico thereafter.
(Connection with cars to Steveston and nth or point b on Lulu Island Is made at Hhiiruo.
For Chllllwack and Points In
South Fraser Valley���At 9:30 a.m.,
l.'it p.m. and 6:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Points
���At 4:80 �� m.
BRIITSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Home For Sale
Boundary Bay
Maple Beach Park, being a sub
division of tlio historic old Whales
estate at  Point  Huberts, Wash,, ls it'
As n rPcoKiiltlon of faithful service
���OlpVl wi,il  tne  '"(':i1   'ypcRfeph10"'  union,
v-Cldl Mr   R,  A. Stoney  was yesterday pre-
sonted with a beautiful gold locket I fMt on tjje market tn 60x100 feet lots
S*   the  members   of  the  local.    The  fronting  broad atreets and with  per
locket    wns   engraved   with   unliable   petual    beach    privllc^'s.    This    hat
lettering and  alBO bad Ute union  in-| be��n the camp ground for scores of
bei  of the  typoa marked on It  in  a local people for years.    The lots ore
prominent  position.    Mr. Stoney  was : selling   fast,   many   people   procuring
secretary  of  the  union  since  Ils or-[ the  locations  they  had occupied    ns
���xanlz.itlon In  1908, retiring from the 1 tenants for yearB.   Prices $880 and up-
position a few months ago.   The pre-j wards, easy terms.   Sole agents,
lealfltlon was mado by President Job- CURTIS & DORGAN
Phont 493 ��� -rh Tyler. ' 703 Columbia Street, city.
No. 1��� Here is a splendid home for sale cheap, In a good locality near Queen's Park rind new BCltool.
It has seven large comfortable rooms wiih every modern convenience;  full basement;  on a large lot, 66x132 fiet.
This placo la bi low value and   the  terms   aro  nuch   that  almost
anyone can handle it
PRICE, $4400,  $750 CASH, balance monthly.   If >ou want to buy
n home let us show you this place.
BUY  YOUR  TICKET  TO. CALIFORNIA HERE.
Agents for  Pacific  Coast  Steamship Co.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, E mployers'   Liability,   Automobile  and
Marine  insurance.
"YALE ENGHtST
run on DISTILLATE
with an efficiency.
equal to the best Gasoline Engine���so that
the "YALE" stand*
strong for ECONOMY.
Mado  In  New  Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Work*
Heaps  Enolneerlng Co., Ltd., New Westminster.

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