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 New Westminster.
What attractions docs New  ""eBt-
minster offer Industries?   T    ,kage
and waterfront slteB, railv   ,& and
ocean  transportation. /
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Westminster and the lower mainland: Light to moderate winds st
first, with stationary or higher temperature, folluwcd Ly rain tonight or
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VOLUME  8,  f     VIBER  22.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,   WEDNESDAY   MORNING,  APRIL   2,   1913.
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ICE Fl\
Criers
BURNABY AND
B.C.L RAILWAY
Wards 1 and 6 of Burnaby
Object to Resubmitting
Franchise.
Committee   Appointed   to   Call   Meetings in Other Parts of Municipality.
ADEPT CROOKS WORK
INGENIOUS FRAUD
Chance On�� Dollar Bills to Ten  By
Means of Cigarette Stamps.
���Pass Them.
. A curious and Ingenious fraud wan
perpetrated on a Chinese restaurant
keeper In Port Cociultlam recently.
Tom Lie gave change for what appeared to be a $10 bill, to two Strang
ers, who refreshed at his cafe.
Tom also found, on submitting the
$10 bill to his banker for acceptance
as a credit Item, that it had been
most artfully altered from $1 to $10
said by the sophisticated to have been
Verbal slaps, biffs and bangs at the
B. C. E. IL, threats of securing an in-1 effected   by   the  transference  of  the
junction to prevent the council from j numerals from certain cigarette cov-
resubmlttiiig tho franchise to the dec -1 f'r9  t0  the American   hill.
This  was done  so  effectually  that
t deceived  even  the  wily  Chinaman
toralu aud criticism of Councillor
Mayne, were some of the features ot
the  ward   une  and  nix  ratepayers  ol
PATRONIZE HOME
PRODUCTS FIRST
Progressive Association to
Encourage Stores to Give
Preference.
May  Offer  Prizes for  Best   Dressed
Window of B. C. Products���Direct
Communication with Delta.
ONE SIXTH SUPPLY
IS BILL PASSED
Enough Money Available to
Keep Things Going Until
May 31.
The weekly executive of tho Fraaer
Valley Progressive association met
yesterday afternoon and considered
matters which will be more fully d'.s-
cussed at a special meeting on Thursday afternoon.
The buying of British Columbia pro-
Ch'ef Constable Rounds visited Van, ductB   brought   out   valuable   sugges
couvcr   yesterday   in   company   with   Uons as to the fostering of the Idea
Ottawa, April 1.���The main Item in
the discussion of the bouse today was
for the passage of one-sixth of the
supply bill, totalling $27,000,000 for
the fiscal year which commenced today. A definite agreement was arrived
at between the government and the
opposition and the bill will be passed
by the bouse tomorrow snd will at
once be sent to the deputy governor
general for his signature. Enough
cash wll Ithen be available ta last until the end of May.
Local Situation.
The passage cf the supply b 11 In th
MANY HAVE NOT
YET REGISTERED
Voters'   List   Closes   Next
Monday���Only 2600 Have
Enrolled.
Government Office Kept Open In the
Evenings and Every Opportunity Afforded.
COMMENCE CLEARING
MACHINE SHOPS SITE
liurnahy held In the McKay" hall last I M  to  see  If those  who  had  played |ad;inc7d'by"Vhe""pro'"teVsec'retaTy"! fe** W^,nhnP,V,wtU m��n ^St1'1^"
'the trick on Tom were identical with I Mr  w   ,,   Darling ''I today,   will   probably   mean   that   the
evening to discuss the franchise Bitua
tlon.
The   appointment   of   a   committee
to>tr��ngu meetings for the discussion I
or the franchise in the various worda
of the municipality, and to consult lc- .
gal ct'l.nsel as to tbe best means oi
lacing  tho  council   to  uppeal   tbe recent   decision   of   Justice   Murphy   In j
accordance  with  the  mandate of tile j
. people given previously was the cbie,
accomplishment of the meeting.
In addition a resolution was paused i
calling   upon   the   council   to prevent
furiher   prize fighting   in  any   of   the
municipal   buildings,  such  being  con- j
sldered   entirely   out   of  taste  and   :i j
disgrace to the municipality.    No ob i
Jectioii   was   taken   to   amateur   box
ing exhibitions.
None  In   Favor.
As to    the    U. C. E. R.    franchise.
Wblch  was  the  main    obj-ect    erf the j
largely   attended   meeting,   ahout
two men arrested by the police there
! on suspicion.
���.,       ��� ,      .        ,      .,     ,     . i work of the public works department
EXPECT
BUREAU DISMISSALS
ducts, agricultural  and  industrial  by
, New Westminster merchants on mar-
v*y~ | Pass, wlll porbably be resumed.
Report from Ottawa States
About 20 Employees Will
Be Released.
round doien spoke against the franchise while not a single person raised a hand in favor. Every speaker
was convinced that 11 would lie about
the worst thing the municipality could
do to give the B, C. E. R. fhe fran-
ohlse  for   the   time In   which   it   was
Ottawa April 1.���Between IB and 20
B i dismissals from the government print
Mr. Worsfold, the resident engineer,
,   .    ,        ,.   , .   ,. . i has teen In communication with the
ket day. Friday and Saturday, met ottaWa au&oritlei calling attentlonto
with general acceptance [he  graV6  dangenj   that%xiBt  if   the
a    ... y. Indu,t,rl?s'1      .  ���.       wcrk at Canoe Pass is not completed
AS  the secretary   pointed  out    hey ; beforo lhe        ,       ,reshet8 commence
had a very dlversive assortment of ������, p0Bltlve ln8tructiona were receiv.
Industries In the city besides farming ed by him on Monday, ordering all the
WcMblU.   The prizes, not so much for; wcrk t0 gt dl      the     6 ,
Iheir intrinsic  vulu* would stimulate   the 8uppiy bill tr*****mm ��
the exhibition of the products produc- j AHe   d Baod|e,
ed in the valley and drive home to the |    A   llttle  aloT*  arose  ,���   the  hnu8e
c   wns the economic as well as PjW-Uj, evening when Hon. Rodolphe Le
otic duty  of   patronizing   what   their i mlp���T ���.n,S,��� thn, fhBro ���./hLSl��
own district  produced    or
Hired.
It  would   crystallze  the   idea   in   a
mleux declared that there was boodle
manul,i<s-   for th(J triendB of Hon   Mr   pe]ietler
hi the letting of tbe contract for mall
lockB passed yesterday and asked the
' Ing bureau may be expected in the
.course of a few days, according tn
'the Ottawa Evening Citizen, which
i goes on to say:
"It will be recalled  that after the
i general  election charges of offensive
partlzanship were mnde that a consiU-
demanded,   and   the  conditions   were  erable   num
thought much too one-sided. had taken an active part In the elec
Mr. H. B. A. Vogel. a member of'"on. especially ln the county of Itus-
the South Vancouver bosTfl of trade, "ell. where Rim. Obm-les Murphy, them
who was present at the meeting on "'"clary of Btate, was the government
a   special   invitation,   gave  a  general   candidate.
review   or   the   franchise  situation   in      ''AftiT nome delay an  investigation
.he various municipalities of the Ilu.ii^Z���!;^^^^".-   -,.u
rard Inlet-Fraeer river penln.ula and  ��' XTta,St5 Seeded i?o5tr5&hft"fl~*
pat  rorth  many  ot Ms  own  reasons ltho rt of *g_ ,t,odo WM ^mI    _.     ^V
why  the franchise  sboulfl he turned   on,y  *��� f(,w *.r. BRO     u ,B icanlad
down by the electorate. that while the chnrgc-B against a nnm-
In opening he stated that the same bpr W(>rp no, BWMhled, thry were inld
queetlon had tnced Point Orcy, South ,c) est��bll��h the case of about 15. In
Vancouver and Vnnconver. niniihir   caws  1!he   penalty   has   been
Point   Grey's   Barflain. 'dismissal.
"You must look upon the franchise "'I have i-e-eetvud the report of Mr
an h iii,.uii; net something and give I Code,' staled Han Louis Coderre. MD.
something" said Mr. Vogel. "Vou ! retnry of state to the Cltlren reporter
have �� heller cluuice to judge what .this afternoon. 1 have not yet Riven
you should got txu you have seen what any Instructions hi regard to the mat
Point Qrey and South Vanoouver got. ter.
���on,   Qrey  was lu exactly the same L "In  **���& *J5��*her Q?,!"t,oa  Mr
ii,7,n.i,v      Ii  haa u   iionu    Coderre said about IS employees were
U  llurnabj     It.hM.* popu art-owed by the report.
ness men and they lackl  ,    ���|(   ,/������,,,,���,������������   ,.     In,'rcau ���,,.
i nloyees   received   their  notice  of dis-
missal today.-"
r^vM, It VZ ,i Hc ,refcm,?t0; Prime rainy er for an Investigation
be exhibition of the fine brass clock' Mr ^a^ jnformed Mr. ljem^x that
r^'i ,u n rrV, forf a, Vanc,��"ver I ,f he would lay any charges he would
firm by the B. C, Brass actory nt Sap - , Bec that an |nve��ligatlonB would take
perton In the window of T. J. Trapp's j p|ace
slinre.
Mr. Dorgan said there might be a
trpeclal dlcplay by the hardware men,
showing articles pertalulng more particularly to their trade, nails from
Lulu Island. braES and ornamental
metal work from Sapperton. Iron work
'b��*rfhO It   was"c!alra��l  t""n *��� tcuntlTies and products at the
chocolate factory.
The Idi a was not of course confined
to New Westminster ot the Fraser valley, this fostering ot British Columbia Industries was far wider but that
might be Initiated as a beeSinvtng.
The subject will be more elaborately
dealt with at the moeiUn tomorrow
REPORT Oil GUSHER
AI PITT MEADOWS
No Confirmation  of  Report That Oil
Has   Been   Struck���Drills   Are
1500 Feet.
Want Direct '
w   p.. K. H. communication be-i
The registration of voters for provincial and Dominion election, under
the aegis of Mr. S. A. Fletcher, goes
steadily on and shows that the electors
are alive to tlieir importance on election days.
Dally agents, conservative and Liberal, arrive with bunches of sworn affidavits that the subscribers are prepared to become the staunch supporters of the British constitution.
Still there are Bome laggards who
require the accelerating reminder that
procrastination is the thief of time
and sometimes of their votes.
The registration list closes next
Monday and it behooves those who
expect a warm shake of the hand or
an inquiry about the health of their
non-existent wives and families, as
well as their sisters and cousitis from
future candidates, to register.
Open   Evenings
Mr. S. A. Fletcher, the courteous
government agent, and his staff are
ever ready to afford facilities for registration.
In the evenings they open the government agent's office in the provincial government building from 7 to
9 o'clock and even later If the belated
prospective elector does not find It
convenient to consult their convenience.
Only 2600 Registered
It may be Interesting to note that
the last electoral roll showed, approximately. 3000 on New Westminster's
city roll of electors, 2000 for Delta rid
ing and 1800 for Dewdney.
Up to date there have been registered about 2600 voters for. the New
Westminster district, 1600 for Delta
and 1S00 for Dewdney.
With Indefatigable agents busy lt is
hoped that the minimum of qualified
voters will be missed but a timely reminder that the lists close next Mon-
iday may not be uncalled for.
In Burnaby.
Burnaby electors may be Impressed
\-wUt-i  tbe  tact  Va*t TeCtstxatkm *��� **\
C. N. R. Make Preparations for Buildings to Be Erected at Port
Mann.
Word to go ahead with the gTub
blng of the site which has been so
lected for the round house and machine bIiopb of the Canadian Northern
railway was given the Northern Construction Company by the rcs.dent engineer yesterday morning, so that
within the next few days a large gang
Of n:?n will be in employment at Port
Mann.
The site coven an area cf thirty
acres In Bectlon 3, located three mile3
from the Kraser bridge and one mile
west of lion Accord Bquare.
The site has been cleared of standing timber but considerable work yet
remains to be done before the stumps
ni:d large boulders are removed.
Before this work is completed, however, It is expected that the contracts
for tho construction of the round
house and machine shops will have
been let bo that the successful tenderers will have an opportunity of
having the raw material on the
ground   ready   for   operations.
A wire was received by the engineering department ef the C. N. R. yes
terday morning that the cutting which
was found necessary three miles east
of Yale would be completed three
weeks les3 than originally planned.
Solid rock was found when the work
started but when halfway through the
hill the workmen found a softer vein
which will be easy work for the drills.
The contractors hope to have the
Bteel laid Into Kamloops early In the
winter. From that point the work
will be pushed forward to Albreada
Summit, 2860  feet above sea level.
Engineering gangs have commenced work from False Creek, Vancouver, looking for a suitable location
where the tunnel through to the North
Arm will be bored. A similar gang
is working from the company'B property on the North Arm.
ISTBt
IHE COMING QTY
This Is Opinion of Prominent Engineer Who Visited City Yesterday.
Discusses Joint Sewerage Plan Witts
City Engineer Blackman���Speaks
on Harbors.
eaay'as walking    to    tbe
Keports that an oil strike, tx gush- \ clerk's office at Edmonds
muntclp-al
ttween New Westminster -nnB SteveB-1 ing torrent at Pitt Meadows, has been
ton via Eburne formed the Bubject of struck, arrived in the Hoyal City yes-
a few elucidating remarks from Mr. i terday. Skeptics meditated profounu-
Darll"E iv on the fact that It was April 1. Veri-
IIc said that while nrrrbiinr definite   ncauon M nought at the shrine of
position
lation Of iHiBii
ed their particular franchise Question
iu a businesslike inanuer, with the re-
suit that they got a bargain In a
guaranteed gradual extension In the ;
street car lines over the life cf the
agreement, irrespective of whether a l
s reet  was settled or noL
"They also got a gradual -reduction
of carfares during the life of the
agreement, irrespective of whether
the cars were paying or not and the
result is that at the present time they |
are getting ten rides from Eburne to
Vancouver for fifty centa.
"Compare thnt wllh your arrange
mollis with the B, C. E. It," continued I
the speaker, "You pay $1.00 for ten
r.des between Central I'ark and Van
COUV-er, I'mier the new franchis.il
they ofer you the ten rides fcrr To
cents but that Is fifty per cenL too
much.
South Vancouver.
DROWNED ON WAY
TO DYING BROTHER
Man Attempted te Wush Boat Through
let to Lachlne and Is Nearly Carried Over -Rapids. .
Montreal,  April  1.- While  attempting to push his boal through the ice
from  St.   Nicholas,  above   Lachiue to
(Continued on Pane T"our.)
CO-OPfRATION WAI
TO MARKET SCHEME
Will TIGHT TO
THE BITTER END
"New Westminster is bound to make-
a mark for herself among the cities
and seaports of the Canadian west,
and in fact, the Pacific coasL Her position calls for It and it has always
been a wonder to me that the city bas
not gone ahead as fast aa it sboabl
have dene."
Thus declared Mr. Reginald H.
Thompson, perhaps the most eminent
engineer residing on the Pacific coast,
who visited the city yesterday to discuss sewerage with City Engineer
Blackman. Mr. Thompson was recently appointed consulting engineer
for the British Columbia government
and has supreme command of the work
or laying out Strathcona park on Vancouver Island.
His connection with sewerage matters was brought about by the fact
that four municipalities on the lower-
mainland interested in the Burranl
peninsula Joint sewerage scheme haTe*
heen successful in gaining the support
of the government to guarantee the
bond issue for the work up to five and
a half million dollars and also the interest for a number of years.
Before the government gives Ita final consent to guaranteeing the bonds
they appointed Mr. Thompson and. Mr.
C. H. Rart, city engineer of Victoria.
to look over the ground which it is
proposed to tap by sewers and check
over  figures  compiled  by   Engineers.
Creer and Lea of Vancouver.
' Obtain* Information.
For this purpose Mr. Thompson tle-
ited Mr. Blackman yesterday and made*
enquiries as to the average rainfall.
the topographical situation and also
I gleaned facta about the Fraaer rlT-ei-
into which parts ot the sewerage will:
flow.
New Westminster ls not included in
the scheme, as the topographical sltn-
latlon here and also In Kast Burnnby
land Edmonds, which districts will be
connected with the Sapperton scheme.
lis entirely separate from the general
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Married Woman Shot m HerV^j;'^'^''?^. arm _
jpleted as one unit and not connect-*
with the Burrard scheme.
When interviewed by The News yes-
hail
STARTLING MURDER
IN LOS ANGELES
Own Home While Playing Cards.
Lob   Angeles,   April   1 . ��� Mrs.    Irene
I while sitting at a table In her home I -   ._
Both  Sides of  Nelson   Labor  Trouble I playing cards with  Morris  Dohannon I
1    ' *        *        ���n a f
General Produce Committee of Beard
cf Trade Call General  Meeting
of All Those Interested.
A meeting of the New Market Gen
eral Produce committee of the board I
of tnidc was held yesterday.
Mr.   rilunrt    Wade.,   secretary,   was j
Instructed to write to all boards   ot
trade   In   the   valley,   where   agricul- j
ture waB a prominent feature, asklug ;
them to appoint a delegate to atiend
a general meeting of those Interested
to take practical steps to materialise
the views of  producer and consumer
of agricultural products.
These   views   are   to   obtain   a   remunerative  return  for the   B.  C.  ag-
Mayor ilur.s. M'bo phoned hack that he
; too wus Impressed with the coinci
deuce of dates and Intended to luvesti
gate.
Nothing would please the Mayor of
Coquitlam better than to hear the
neighboring municipality had struck
the oily -giuriber. but hot air Is not the
mayor'B forte, so he phoned, sadly,
that his temporary mental attitude
was t.-u.-.-pi-uih il animation.
The fart is that the drills have been
working ou  Pitt Meadows with every J
possibility of such a strike aa reported, i  , -       ,, . , ,,     ,. ,.
it is know n that a d,,,,h of 1800 ft et feSS^ tcZWH t ortm 15he Am hut he declares that he and
has been -reached and the indications KJ5��*^ U& council, went not .Mrs. Smith, was the intended vie
and  Ike   circumstantial   evidence   are I�� *&gffi*\* an(1 what amounl8 t0 | tlm of bis uncle.
-j-racticallv a general strike Is now in |    According to the story which Bohan-
foroe ln Nelson.    Included ln those onl aon  told  the  police.   Murphy  had  re-
terday  Mr.  Thompson  stated  he
taken  an   interest  in   this  section  of~
the country for the past 32-years. During tho past IS years he has Been city
engineer of Seattle and Ws- mme is
Mattie Smith, 21 years old, was shot   linked witn Eeveral of tbe Big-projects
and     instantly     killed   t.Vs  afternoon/ ccmolc-tcd    or    is    hand  ta  the
Are Determined���Everybody Out
But Carpenters.
Nelson April 1,  -With the exception
James L. Murphy, said to have Bee
policeman In Minneapolis, whence b-:
enme several months ago, and an uncle
of Bohannon, Is in Jail charged with
Ihe shooting. He surrendered to the
police tonight.
Jealousy and revenge are alleged by
young   Bohannon   as  the  motlveB   for
that the report bears probability, but
at the time of going to press it is not
possible to give the truth the benedic-
tion cf veracity.
TURKEY ACCEPTS
Off ERS OF PEACE
Sou      vancou"r- ILacliine, where his brother was dylnslg^ultural producer and a tower price  -TprmK^f Mediation Offered
���South  Vancouver    offered a fran ��� ��� ,���  a  h(-spital,     Jeaji     Montdlc    was   for  thu  u.  c .consumer. ��� 1 eriTO W lUeui-H UUH -UII errai
chlse for forty years," proceeded Mr��� I drowned last night.
Vogel. turning to his own municipal-      Although    warned   af    hiB    danger
It, "but that was a panicky on" slml��� I Montdlc    persisted    In    taking    the
lar to that  which you are ahout    to l^^aiicp and after he had ���embarked on
give.    South Vancouver ls now sorry. ! h,H   perilous   trip   he   found   he   was
We are asking for extensions to our | *h^tnn drawn along by the Ice toward
present car lines and the conBlrucllon [Lachlne rapids.
of  cross  municipality  lines,  but  the i    His cry lor help was heard and a
company  say  that on account of the  boat wns launched to go to his assist-
financial  stringency they are unable ance.   Unable to get his own craft out
to raise any money for new work.
"lf they have no money to do justice to the franchises Ihey have receiv
ed, what business have ihey to enter
Into new obligations?" nsked Mr. Vogel al this Juncture, amid much stamp
Ing of feet.
Smith Vancouver, wllh a popula.lnn
of 35,000 to 40.000 gave a valuable
���'Continued nn Por�� tfluht*
of the Ice Montdlc left the boat and
nttempted to crawl over the large
cakes. He lost his balance and fell
Into the water and was whirled away
before his rescuers could reach him.
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JURY   DISAGREE   IN
ROBINSON   CA9E
Vancouver, April 1,���After
deliberating for nn hour the
Jury today could net arrive at
an agreement In the case of
Spencer KobinBon who is charged with forgery of a check and
theft. Hobinson was formerly
chairman of the South Vancouver school board and this Is the
teconil time he tins been tried.
Tomorrow he wlll be put on
trial for the third time.
It was on thn count of forgery Ihot the foreman of the
Jury aald they had arrived at
an agreement but It was not
stated whether It was for acquittal or conviction.
MANAGER OF AMERICAN
PLANTATION  SHOT
Mexico City. April 1.���Albert H,
Lawrence, manager of an American
owned sugar plantilt'on near El Pot-
rem. Vera Cnisi, was shot and killed
today, the police authorities allege,
by Charles Balllet, ti Frenchman employed on the plantation.
Lawrence wns born In New York,
lie figured in Mexican news lt�� January last when the property of which
he was mnnnger was attacked by rebels. Mrs. Lawrence, who was with
her hnaband when he was shot, was
formerly MIbb Virginia Peret, of Marshall, Texas.
American Doctors Volunteer.
Berlin. April 1.���In response to an
appeal for medical and surgical aid
for the Bick and wounded at Belgrado
made to the United States embassy
at Berlin by J. B. Jackson, American
minister to  Servia,    Ur,   Edward   A.
-by Powys to Turkey and
Balkans.
Turkey Mutt Abandon Crete���Do Hot
Favorably,   Entertain    Demand
For Indemnity.
Easily Obtainable.
Both objects ore known by business
people to be easily obtainable, ss they
are mutually agreeable, If producer
and consumer could be induced to
meet nnd make the means cd' effecting his consumatlon more facile--
ln short, co-operation.
Co-operation, however, will never
be arrived at before there are cohesions ln the component atoms ot the
proposed co-operative body.
This desirable end Is being pranot-
ed by the committee in Inviting to a      Constantinople. April 1,���The Turk
Joint conference those who know tho : Ish government declared that  It un-
requirements of  the  situation. j reservedly   accepted    the    terms    of
Oecresse Imports. iPence proposed by tho European pow
It  should  mean,  In  the opinion of,ers.
thc  committee   an   InerenBed   output !    The foreign office handed the Otto
from   the   resources   of   Ihe   farming   man acceptance lo the dean of the di-
enmmnnlty  of  British  Columbia  antLplomutlc corps this  morning,  accom
an  Increased  consumption  of  provln   panled by nn exnresslon of thanks to
strike are bricklavers. painters and! Bent ed his attentions to Mrs. Smith
pijie layers, quarryinen, mortar mix- 'and he had written his mother In Wel-
ers. carpenters' helpers, hod carriers, | llngton,   Kas���   telling   her ptthe   be-
plasterers, machinists and electricians   " ,.,... ....
The demands which the employers re
fused   to grant  include higher wages came to the house  to ascertain  who
and Shorter hours. wrote the letter.
Employees of the city are included Sbot Twice.
In tfbe strikers and civic work Is prac-! Bohannon Bald Murphy levelled the
ticalty tied up. It is not yet certain j revolver at him as he entered the
whether the employees at the civic j room with the query as to who wrote
power plant will come out or not. If, the leiter and the younger man shoved
they do <he civic light and power sup-1 '< aside as it exploded, the bullet go-
ply m'Hl be cut off, 'ng   through   a   mirror.     Murphy,   he
The ���('. P. It. is delivering cars to -said, fired again, at which hc fled from
warehouses where trackage is avail-1 the room. This is believed to be the
able and this minlmi7.es the effect ofl��*ut which reached Mrs. Smith,
the teamsters' strike. Few of the I Bohannon, who is 'iro years old, was
teamsters driving merchants' delivery I also planed under amrt tonight and a
wagons mre members of the union and I search is being conducted for Mra.
supplies are being delivered to houseB j Eetella Moore, his Btep-sister, who is
much as usual said to have accompanied  Murphy to
At the Kelson Iron WorkB Alderman I 'he scene of the tragedy.
W.  M. Cnnliffe and R. W. Hinton, dl-1     A'tc"r tho shooting Mrs. Moore, who
i Cftr-
1 *"'.*" a great surprise to me when
ppi d off the car tbls morning and1
noticed the changes that have taken'
place in the eity during the past three
years. Its fine streets, tho new buildings and a general healthy looking
tone of procperity.
'Tt has always been a surprise to>
me that the town did not forge abend!
raster than it has done, it appeared to
be waiting for someone to come alone
and take command of the helm.
"At the present time it is like the
growth of a flower or plant whicb has
been growing steadily until the hut
three years it has blossomed out Into
,    , its beauty. Taking a nonpartisan view
havlor   of   her   brother.     Murphy,   hejof the Bltl-Ucll ������� cit* Is bfU0nfittr>
suul, heard from his sister today and ,:makfi R name for hereeIf    -r^g touVot-
and the wonderful body of fresh water -
rectors of the company and both practical men, are doing machinists' work
Directors of the NelBon Transfer Co.
are also driving teams and fulfilling
���contracts.
At a funeral today one team was
driven by an undertaker and another
by a director of a transfer company
One or two fights have occurred but
no serious trouble Is anticipated.
Both sides are determined and de
clare their Intention to fight to the bit
ter end.
e'al nroducts. Tbat would mean a material decrease of Imported stuff from
the other side of the line, but lt will
make for Increased prosperity and
comfort  wlihln its herders.
Undesirable   Eliment.
'i mnv nlso mep-i tho elimination
the powers for their mediation.
The terms of mediation offered by
the European powers to Turkey and
the Balkan allies were:
1, The frontier rf the Ottoman empire In Europe shall s'nrt nt Enos
and. following the course of the Marlt-
Is said to have remained in the room
throughout, accompanied Murphy to a
law office, but after that she disappeared.
The slain woman, It was learned tonight, had heen married twice, first
to Frank Msttis, from whom she was
divorced, and later to Walter Smith, a
printer, now living at El Paso. Her
mother said she had never been divorced from Smith.
right at your doors is an asset whicb-
cannot be estimated. Any ciX^ wMch-
has a fresh water harbor can coi\**it*t '
itself lucky tor we must all coneedt^
hat a fresh water port is tar superior
'.o a salt water port.
Columbia Street.
In Columbia street you have one of
he  finert    business    streets on tha
���oast and I have to take off my hat to
the person who oould transform sods
i thoroughfare rrom what I aaw at It
Beveral years ago."
Asked tbe question as to how tbe
B. C. seaports compare In the matter
of preparing for tbe Panama canal
opening and the consequent Increase
of trade, with the ports on tbe Amerl-
'.m side or the boundary Mr. Tbomp-
son Btated It was unfair to make coan-
'inrison on the grounds that the pons
lation on the other aide was far in ex-
IContinued on Page Four.)
Strike Situation Acute.
Auburn. N.  Y.,  April  1. -The cord
ago   strike  situation.   Involving   more ' nunclntlon of
Real  Velasquez  Found.
London,   Apr;!   1.- The   Iluily   Mall
says that an unquestionable authentic pnlntlng  by   Velasquez,  "The  An-
the    Shepherds,"    haB
of sn nndeslrnh'p element in the gen- r*. river and then thnt of the Ergene.
em! n-arketi of British Columbia whoislinll end nt Mlrtln. A,l territories sit
seek to further Ihelr own commerc'al tinted west of this line shall be coded
advwitnue  at   the   expense    of    their!by Turkey  to the allies with  the ex-
du'v nnd their patriotism.
lt Is understood that ft general
meeting of those Interested and determined I" see It through has been
called for Friday, May 2, nt 1.30 p.m.
The meeting was attended bv D.
8. Curtis, chrtlrman, ex-Mayor John A.
Lne, president of tho board of trade.
Otway Wilkie, secretary of the Fraser
Valley   Development   League.   J.   W.
Newton, of Pennsylvania, has formed
a column compoBed  of seven  American doctors and students which will .Cunningham, W, F. Butcher and A. P.
��*�������������������������������������������� Ieav0 here tonlBUt ,or BelKrade- McDonald.
ceptlon of Albania, 'he dellmlnatlon
of which shall he fixed by the powers.-
2. The question of the Agean Island
shall  be settled by  the powers.
Z. Turkey shall abandon all clalma
to  Crete.
4. Tho powers cannot fnvorably entertain Ihe demand for indemnity but
will admit tho allies to participate
In the discussions of the International
commission In Psrls for an equitable
(Continued on Page Four.)
than 17U0 operatives at the Interna
tlonal Harvester company and Columbian Pope comnany shops, became
acute todn". Eleven persons were
hurt In rxls nnd Chief of Police Bell
said tonight he would put ble entire
force n' the doors of the mills tomorrow. Several women participated In
the demonstration.
Wlll Vsccinate Employees.
Calgary, April L���All employees of
the Canadian Pacific on the Alberta
and Saskatchewan divisions are to be
Innoculated againat typhoid fever. In
the neighborhood of 8000 employees
were Innoculated last year and of this
number but two were taken with the
disease.     'j   i'^fe.ft^
been discovered In London. The p'c
ture was one of a collection made by
Louis PhlUlppe and was exhibited In
the Louvre In 1842. It was afterward
brought to London and sold, lt was
covered by a layer of dirt and varnish when found by the present own
er.
Prominent Brokes Implk.-ited.
Snn Francisco. April 1.- Federal
grand Jury aubpoeuaes were Isaued
today for employees of several prominent local brokers who acted as
agents for Charles F. Baker, assistant cashier of the Crocker National
Bank who has confessed to the embezzlement of approximately %2W*s
000.
LIFE 8ENTENCE
FOR   BANDIT
Vancouver, Aprl 1 1.���Thla
evening at the spring assises
before Mr. Justice Morrison.
George Wilcon, the bandit, wan
sentenced to penal servitude
for life for robbery and attempt
ed robbery.
Wilson held up a number of
persons on the streets of Vancouvi r three mouths ago and
at the same time he was identified by a number of posscng
era or the Imperial Limited
as the man who held np that
train near this city.
On that occasion he relieved
several of them of their monay
and valuables and followed on
this by the holdup of a maa
named Sinclair whom he shot,
bnt not fatally. It waa during
his straggle with    the    lattar
��� that hla apprehension   waa   ��f-
��� lected.
ill
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WEDNESDAY,  APRIL  2,   1913
A- mt Iial *t*rr*tmg paper ���*n��il��l lo the w-ter-ww trl If*"* W-as-rs-rtnirter and
the Pr**** \min-r P***U*k*d eeerit nomtnti etxt**t St-nutas, i���� the nminnul Prl-arm-p
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Cshnatla ROBB 8eTHSRLAND. KantrphiB Director
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WEDNESDAY  MORNING,   APRIL  2,
���IJMX ....   '  -.-!��� ��� '-'�����-
1913.
MEN AND MONEY MIXTURE.
It is becoming almost impossible of late to pick up and
peruse a paper from the country districts of the British
Isles without coming across the notice of aTarewell celebration or presentation to some one or more persons who
have decided to try their lot in the overseas states of the
empire.
These notices were almost invariably with reference
Co Canada, but since that most active advertising manager
for Australia, Sir George Reid, began business in the metropolis, the stream of voyagers to the sunny south has increased. This, however, need not be taken to mean that
emigration to Canada has in any way fallen off, in fact
the numbers keep on swelling. We notice that only as recently as last Saturday three thousand people sailed from
Glasgow for this side of the pond, and while some were
bound for the United States, the majority were merely
changing their skies but not their flag. It is also reported
from Liverpool that all steamship accommodation for the
present month was sold two or three weeks ago, while
many second class passengers are contenting themselves
with berths in the third class in order to cross the seas
more quickly.
While there is some outcry in the British Isles against
the exodus of blood and brawn and money which is taking
place, we in Canada cannot but view this migration with
any other feeling than one of satisfaction. We need capital to develop our natural resources, but we also need
hands and brains ir. sufficient quantity and quality to
achieve that development. It is difficult to appreciate
how great is the development that is going on around us,
and in which we are taking a part, but anyone comparing
our own city of today with the Westminster of even seven
years ago, cannot but wonder at the magical strides that
have been taken through a generous application of this
men and money mixture.
For some little time now, the migration of money to
our shores has been impeded by the complications of European strife, but this, we trust, will ere long be quieted, and
meanwhile it is cheering to note that the other factor in
success���the stream of humanity���onlv gains greater pro-! b*>' a railway nation.
,. * j o a i Tle   debtors,   constantly
portions.
40 miles frcm Brussels, and ls practically a seaport because of the canal
connecting the city with Antwerp
and deep water. The rivers and canals
divide Ghent into what are virtually
over a score of Islands, connected by
some 200 bridges, giving the city
somewhat the appearance and characteristics of Venice,
The Anglo-American peace treaty
was Bigned in the old convent of the
Chartreux, and the room where the
peace commissioners deliberated has
been restored to its original condition,
for the benefit of English and American pilgrims.
The signing of the Important document was followed by a banquet In
tbe throne room of the Ghent city
hall, and a feature of the Ghent pro
gram will be the serving to American
ind nEglish notables of a dinner
exaclly like the original, in so far as
It can be made so. This room contains the throne on which Joseph II.
was crowned.
Although Ghent has taken advantage ot the centenary of peace between
the two great English-speaking powers
to advertise itself, no fault can be
found with that.
Celebrate Victory of Diaz.
Mexicans enjoy a multitude of holidays, and have recently been engaged
ln adding others to the list, and one
of these patriotic festivals will be
celebrated today. It commemorates
the taking ef Puehla bv the republican
troens under Oeneral Diaz on April 2.
1RG7. Last year this holiday was
stricken from the calendar, but under
the new  regime It has been revived
Thc battle which wrested Puebl'1
from the Imperial army of Maximilian
was a full and complete victory for
rila-j, and paved his way to future
glory. Pnebla hnd been held by the
forces of the Invader for four years,
and its capture was the decisive ac
Hon of the war. which soon ended
with the restoration of the republic
snd the capture and execution c
Maximilian.
Operative Anniversaries.
In stage hlstorv today marks two
important anniversaries. Thirtv-threr
years aon teds-rv in London, the Oil*
liert ami Stlllvan operetia, "The
Pirates of PRn?anRe." was publicly
performed  the first time.
Thlrtv-six years asm todav the first
American performance of "Din Wai
kure" was given at the Academy of
Music in New York.
succeeded by Alexander Mackenzie as
Prime Minister.
Today Is the anniversary of the birth
in 1859, of Archbishop Francesco Pel-
legrlno Stagnl, sent to Canada as
Apostolic Delegate in 1910.
Mon. Francis Alexander Anglin, distinguished Jurist, was born In St. John.
N. B��� forty-eight yearB ago, son of
Hon. T. W. Anglin, Speaker of the
House ln the Beventles.
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* F'RST   THINGS. ���
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Imprisonment fer Debt.
The first step toward the abolition
of Imprisonment for debt in England
was taken sixty-nine years ago today, whin Fleet Prison, Immortalized
by Diekeii3 and other writers, was
abolished. Fer two centuries this had
hoc n a debtors' prison, lt waB burned
during the Gordon riots in 1780, but
,vas rebuilt   The site ia now occupied
mm discussing
MORGAN'S WEAL1U
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* THE   HUMAN   PROeESWION.   ���
��� (By O. Terenee.) ���
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Mrs. Flora Steel, 66 Today, Leader of
"Spiritual   Militants."
Flora Annie Steel, the popular English novelist who has lately come Into
prominence as one of the leaders of
the "spiritual militant"' suffragettes,
will celebrate her Eixty-Blxth birthday
today.
The author of "The Flower of Forgiveness," "The Hosts of tho Lord,"
and other widely-read books, was the
daughter of a sheriff's clerk and a
Jamaica woman, and has spent a large
part of her life In India, where she
served ae an lnspectress of schools
and gained much of tho mntcrlal for
her novels. She was patt forty when
she wrote her first story. The Spiritual Militancy League (pr Women's
Character, Rights and Liberties, of
which Mrs. Steel ls one of the founders, ls a new organization of women
who hope to win the ballot by "concentrating thc attention on the spiritual vital Issues involved in the women's movement."
They hope to win over the clergy
to their cause, and so to Influence the
great body of church-going women who
have remained aloof from the movement. By their activities Mrs. Steel
and her co-workers hope to "take the
cuss off" of the tactics pursued by the
���'material militants."
Secretary Wilson, 51 Today, Father
cf Nine.
William Banchop Wilson, Secretary'
oJJ Labor In President Wilson's cabinet, is a native of Blantyre, Scotland,
where he was horn fifty-"ne years ago
today, April 2, 1SG2. The holder of tht
newest portfolio���for the creation of
the department of labor was one of
Mr. Taft's last official acts���came to
America at eight, went to work In thr
Pennsylvania coal mines at nine, married at twenty-one, and is now thr
"athrr of nine���count 'em���charming
children.
He still retains his card in the
United Mine Workers of America, of
which he was secretary anil treasurer
before he was elected to congress in
1907. In creating the department of
labor, no provision was made for salary, and Mr. Wilson will ge no pay-
envelope until congress meets this
month and makes an appropriation.
Charity   May   Be   Big   Gainer���Body
Embalmed for Voyage to Europe
Will Recently Bs Made.
New York, April 1.���Estimates of
the fortunes left by J. P. Morgan, as
made today ln the financial district,
range from $75,000,000 to $300,000,-
000, thlB sum including hlfl art collections, lt Ib understood that the financier's will Is of comparatively recent
date, but no intimatlou has been made
as to when it will be given to the publlc. Mr. Morgans personal counsel
declines to discusb the matter.
ThoBe who shared Mr. Morgan's
close friendship predict that the will
will contain large charitable and public bcqutbtB, although It Is conceded
that his son, J. P. Morgan, Jr., will
doubtleBB receive the bulk of the fortune.
Mr. Morgan's realty holdings were
comparatively Email and by far the
greatest part of thc estate, It is understood, will be found to be made up
of gilt-edged securitl, s. Judging by
his formeT quiet philanthropy, those
who speculated tcday as to possible
bequests thcught that tho Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Episcopal
church and perhaps Yale and Harvard universities would come In for
handEome bent factions.
Thc funeral plans, It was thought,
will be announced sonic time today,
cither tn New  York or ln Home.
Remains   Embalmed.
Rcme, April 1.���The body of the late
J. P. Morgan, after it had been em-
blamed and dressid, was enclosed today in a walnut coffin lined with
white brocade. This w.ts placed In a
lcadsn casket nnd finally in a third
case of heavy walnut with gold and
silver fittings..
The United States ambassador has
offered to hold a funeral service at
the embassy in pursuance of Instruc-
.ions received from Secretary of State
Bryan,
No definite arrangements have been
made for the transportation of the
hedy to America, hnt it is understood
rhat accommodation has been offered
���in board the Koenig Albert, leaving
Naples on April 4.
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
BAIR��, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
Save $50475 on Year Typewriter.
Rebuilt  typewriters bsve same finish, wear like and
do work equal U> brand new machines.   Guaranteed
one year. He.; d tor, jrolce list.   All makes ln stock.
Canatt i-i   ~    (writer Exchange, Dept. 4, 648 Hastings West, Vancouver.
fewer in number, were
growing
lodged in thi
Month by month as the bare statistics of our public !��"P1'n's street Prison until i86i,when
j j . . -ii ���     in ��� | imprisonment   for  debt,  excel
ces and departments are compiled, we in Westminster I fraudulently contracted, was
are heartened���if we need heartening���by the tale of add
. j abolished.    In eighteen  months after
����� . i        r , -   . . . '    i i      ��� i    ,   the panic of 1826, over 100,000 English
e-q people, of preater receipts, of increased business that \ people were jailed for debt.
they have tO Show. In  1840  there  were only  1732   ira-
r-p-i ��� ���       ,  ,t. ��� j ,-i        .,     ��   .    ,   ,i . prisoned    debtors    in    England    anil
The >ear is at the spring, and the city is at the spring i Wai���.  white imprisonment tor debt
of her fortunes.   Today there are many matters present- \1,!lB ti^" ��*ow��b*a. imprisonment, tor
., , -i.-i.ji.    ii     i.    -u i      ii.   i i   I contempt ot court by reason of failure
ing themselves which need badly to be solved, but we dol
not doubt, if Westminster presents an unbroken front to
tham, that there need be any subject too large for her sons
to attack and conquer.
Baron Grantley's Son Is 2".
A  future  peer  who  will  rr-.eh  hlr
majority today, is the Hon. II. II, Hrln
ley Norton, only son and heir of the
'ifth   Baron  QranUely.     His  mother,
vho died In 1M'7. was Katharine Mc-
Vickar, of New York, and his father
later married a daughter of the late
Viscount lianelagh.
The Qrantley titles dates from 1782.
The preeent baron Is noted as a cnl
lector of coins and antiquities. Other
���"uture lords who wlll come of age
'his month include the sons of Lord
Lcuth and the Karl of Wharncllffe.
Nelson, American Episcopal churches,
i will offlcate.
Scores of diplomats, Italian Oovern-
��� ment official and tourists viewed the
j body of the late banker today. It is
enclosed ln three caskets. The ftrst
Ib a big walnut box, Inside of whicb Ib
a leaden casket. InBldo of the latter
Is a walnut casket which contains the
body. The latter casket is upholstered with white brocaded velvet.
Tope Plus, King Victor Emmanuel,
Emperor William of Germany, President Polncare of France and other
European rulers sent messages of
sympathy to the relatives today.
United States Ambassador Thomas J.
O'llrlen, offered the use of the Am-
I erican embassy here for the funeral
'. si rvices, but both Sattcrlce and Mrs.
< Sattlerlee declined.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
Vpe-clflcatlons, ag-reamenta of tni. deeds,
kumnms Wtiei-s, etc; circular work so-a-
fcjdHi-i. All wurk strictly confidential. If.
Berry, room 418 Weatmlnater Truat Blk.
rhonr. 702.
GOVERNMENT BLUE BOOKS.
Kvery year the Dominion government, through its Ottawa branches,
issues thousands <if blue books on
���different subjects. These blue books
���runts'n a large amount of useful In-
-forinatioa, gather-fid together by Ihe
diffrn nt government departments, al
n groat expense to tlie country. There
Is hardlv a businessman in Cnnada
who would not toe tetanested in one or
more of these books. They pertain to
agr culture, labor, natural "products
and many other things. It might b"
���safely raid, however, that out of every
ten men who could u-se a certain blue
���hood tht re is only one man who takes
.ndvantare cf il. In nearly every in
ntsooe the ���govrrnmi-nt will mail those
books froe upon request. Tlie trouhle
IB that people ot the country do not
know about these lilue hooks, nor
what is in them.
The new type that results from
the blend of Iho races Is bound to bi-
a superior one. For years we got the
best blood and brawn the world had
to offer.
"If the character of the immigrants
is not equal today to what it haa been
In the past, there are at least stronger
and more (Irmly (lxcd serial forces
here to direct and control It. It Is
Impossible that communities riomln
ated by aliens  should  not  c��aselesslv
to  pay  debts  Btiil  continues   In
England  and  the United States.
���������������������������������������������������
*    CANADIAN HISTORY TODAY    ���
���������������������������������������������������
APRIL   SECOND.
The two first governors of the Hudson's llay Company were Prince Rupert and James, Duke of York, both
nearly related to the reigning king,
Charles II.
The third, who was'chosen on April
2nd. 1886���a few weeks after his pre
deccessor's accession to the throne at
James II.���was a not less remarkable
man. John Churchill, afterwards Duk<
Trurto Dcneficlal, Says Economist.
"nurtern,' Sti-ire that. tru-Bt," Is the
idvtce of l'rof. Jami'H l-niirencr
Laughlln, the famous political rconom
iFt of John 11. P.ockefeller's pet insti-
iiiion. the Hnhersity of Chicago. Prof
l.aughlin. who was horn at Deerfield
O., sixty-three years ago today, recently asserted that monopoly is a benefit
to the consumer, and that it is not the
nrovince of government to protect
tho small retailer.
change in character. See what the of Marlborough, was taken to court hy
French and Spanish have done to the I his Royalist father, Sir Wins-ton Chur*
people ot New Orleans, what the Qnn chill, at the age of twelve, and became
kers at an earlv dav did for Phlladel-ja page in the household of the Duke oi
phla:   see llie  difference between  the i York.
people of New York and Chicago, anil I A few years later, at sixteen, he oh-
note how the people of Iloston are dif |t/.lned a commission In the guards. Ile
ferent still.
"There can be no question of the
i Todnrtinn of new tvpes���-th'la hn��
.been brought about nlreadv. is there
I any iiuesllon that the tendencv Is tn-
If the -Canadian government is to
txnit'noe the e^-fx'ns-e of putting out
Mnn publications there should be
Home method cf drawing the attention
of the pubtie tn them. There Is nn
reason why the Dominion government
should not hate a publicity depart
ment. as nny other large concern ban
This publicity tKirrnu could adverllee
these book*, end nlno Rive publicity
to nny other Rovrnirncnt undertaking]Tribune,
thst ml��!*i�� he considered desirable. ���- ~ >
Toronto World. ���������������������������������������������������
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��� ward a higher type ? The best nn-
swor to that is found In ihe fact tha'
the Industrial, commercial, sciont'fl'"
and moral progress of this country Is
without  nreeedent  In  the history of
j the  world."
Tiie speculation as to lhe new type
Is inlerestliiit. particular^ 5o In onr
country,  where Ihe  hlenipiie nf n>C.e��
,is  onlv   a   matter of  lime.    VViiiiilpe--
was a favorite with James, whom h
served with fidelity till the arrival In
England of William of Orange, when
he promptly changed masters. In
youth he wns notable for his handsome person, his pleasing manners
and a thriftln''P8 and prudence in
money matters which waB doubtless
i good qualification for the chief of
a great trading corporation.
Hut he hnd phown military talents
which had caused the ceVhrateil
French general, Turenne, to prophesy
that be would he a n-nFtrr In the ar;
of war. So it proved, and It Is as Ilu
; victor of lllrnheim and Itnnilllrs am'
| Malplatjnet th it Marlborough holdi
, liis place in history,
A gelid, stern and unbending per
nonage Is the president of Columbia
University. Dr. Nicholas Murray Dut
Ier, who was born In Elizabeth, N. J.
'iftv-one years ago today. Irreverent
undergraduates have referred to their
'"Prexy" as "the human icicle," and
not without reason.
In the light of results, however.
President Butler Is a BUCCBBB, for Co*
lumbla now has more students than
any otber American university.
Tributes  In  England.
London, April 1.���The death of Mr.
I. P. Morgan generally is lamented In
Kngland, where he spent much of his
time. "An English Friend." believed
to be Lord Northcliffe, writing to the
Daily Mail, says:
"The passing of Mr. Morgan Is a
'ess to Great Uritaln as well aa to the
Unltdd Stater: perhaps because by
reason of his great admiration for
English Institutions and the marriages
lontracted by his kinfolk with English
tieoplo, Mr. Morgan was a strong fac-
'or in making good feeling between
'he English people and Americans."
The British Pilgrims adopted reso-
'utlons sympathizing with the mem-
'���ors of Mr... Morgan's family and with
the American Pilgrims In lhe loss sus-
'ained through the death of one of
'heir vice presidents.
German   Papers'  Comment.
Iterlln,   April   1.    llerlin   papcrfl   devote columnii  to  Mr.  MorRan'n  doath.
tnd  unite  In  declaring   him  to   have
been the world's greatest financier.
"No man has held Fuch financial
newer as Mr. Morgan." says the Tage-
blatt, which ascribe* the trust development in the United StateB chiefly to
him.
"HIb enlerprire overshadowed the
irids and successes of al! the other
inanclal giants of the United States,"
ays the National Zeitung.
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*        OUR POET'S CORNER.   ���
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YE MARINERS OF ENGLAND.
Ye  mariners of England
Thai guard our native seas,
��� hose flag has braved   a thousand
years,
The battle nnd the breeze! ,
nr t   -   us  Miiidnrd  launch ngaln
To match another foe;
\nd  BWeep through  the deep,
WhMn  the  stormy  winds  do  blow;
While  the  battle    rages    loud    and
long
\n.l the stormy winds do blow.
MEV) TYPE OF MAN.
laitlKT Uurhnnh.'the wii'nrd of hnrti
culture, who believes that the ming
ling cf the. bumnn races in the. United
Slates wlll prvduce a nev/ type nf
man. has a recruit in his thoory In
Itllhop  Hamilton.
"Vou may not believe It," says linn
ilton, "but yon    will    be    great-great-
grandfather of Chinese, Italians, Slavs lot the official press agent
and   Otkes   raci-fl.     In   San   Francisco |    The program of festivities
Ghent Opens Creat Celebration Tod.iy
Historic Ghent, in Belgium, where
in 1814 the United States and Great
Uritaln entered Into a treaty ilia'
ushered In a century of peace, In
BUgurateB today an international cele
bratlon with "a thousand and one ru
tractions Worth crossing half tin
globe to si'""    (The language is thai
we hnve several cases of Chinamen
marrying American girls. That will
grow more and more common, until
we dually have the. composite but
typically   Aim ri run  type."
That MNBethlng of this sort la bound
tn result ca.inot be questioned. Al
ready in certain lections of the Stales
large numb-ii of foreign Immigrants
have beeotno wholly absorbed nnd
their national cliJ.'actorlstlca modified
uud  adapted.
a  ti atf!a*  .'���. ..'Tie-in Journal, eom-
niintiu;;   on   the  Change,   nays:     "Fur
Instance, there is no higher, sturdier,
more truly American type nf manhood
tn bo found iu.>ul��ri' Chan thai of Ihe
will con
tlnue to November, A universal and
international exposition is the main
attraction .and. while It does not com
pare with the greal world's fairs of
Paris, Chicago, Bt, LOUlB and oilier
cities, it is quite a magnificent af
fair. Probably thousands of English-
men nnd Americans will visit Ihe city
this year, attracted not only by the
exposition, bul by Ita historic assi bla
tions ftiili a century ol Anglo-Saxon
peace.
The Glu 'it of today la a city ol
some 176.000 people, and has become
qnite an Important Industrial centre.
For centuries Ghent was tho centre
Of  mllitHrv  operations,  warlike  plots
Forty years ago today, April D, 1S7P,
Hon Lucius Kith Huntington made ;
speech in the Home of commons
that arcupi'd all Canada An arrom
pllFhn! orator, Mr. Huntington gavi
eloquent WordB and drmatic power tf
the allegation that stripped of thi
flowers of oratory and reduced i*
crass terms Sir Hugh Allan had Be
cured the Canadian Pacific chartet
through hrge contributions ti the
Conservative campaign  fund.
"lie also alleged th-it this money
on il to debauch the constituencies ir
the election of the previous year, im
come from United Slat's ctipitalletB
and that in securing the charter Bli
;llugh had been the ptiopct of foreign
! Interests.     Following  th's  speech   thf
greatest political tempetl In the his
��� tory of Canada broke upon the coun
try,
A t*<*lcrt committee was app Inti ���'
i lo Invi i tlgate ihe i hargi s of i.i ifl anil
corruption While the preihcrs ivpr
���ni i i.'iili vril. u number i f toll gram'
and li tti n which Bt'ongly p: Ini tl ti
the I'uiii ' r tho ministry wer * mii ���
lh in d in Montreal, Sir John Macdon
'���Ifl admitted receiving money from Sir
Hugh Allan, bul declared that the con-
foundation and
-tfrenl   Nfriliweii,  iind   the
wus  Swedes,  Scandinavians nnd  Nor-'nov
wt^iarsy,  who luive thorough!}'    taken
American    customs,    associations
up
nntl    nuuTiAS-L-s
uplrlL
trlhution, so fnr sis he knew, had nol
revolutionary   conspiracies,   bul  n ren nee to the Canadian Pacific mat-
the thunder or the   cannon   is i,.r
silenced, and the hum Of Industry and ���    sir   John   dellvi rei]   si   lengthy   nd-
commerce alone is heard.' |dress of explanation und defense, hut
! Hie pplrlis nf your fathers
' 'hall start  from every wave���
1  'or  tb"  deck   It   was  their   field   of
fnme,
And nrean was their grnve:
.In-re    Blake   and    mighty   Nelson
fell
Your  manly   li'-sirtB   shalL glow,
| \s ye sweep through the deep,
While the story winds do blow;
While the I nttIn rages loud and long
\nd the atormy winds do blow.
j Britannia needs no bulwarks,
N'o towers along tho steep;
Her   march     Ih    o'er   the    mountain
waves,
Her home Is on the deep.
With   thunders  from  her  native oak
:-iho quells tho floods below���
\s they  nnr on  the Bhore,
When the rtormy w'.nds  !o blow
Whi n ihe battle rages loud and long,
Vnd   the   Btormy   winds  do  blow.
"he nn lor flag of England
'nl!  yi I  terrific burn;
rill   dinger's   trohbldd   night    depart
���  I   Hi"  sin*  : f   peace   return
hi it, Mi* si. ye ocean-warriors!
li i- song nnd  fi ,.is.t shall flow
ro the f une i f your name,
When tho Btorm bus ceased to blow;
When the th ry  fight   is   heard   no
more.
And the 'torus has ceased to blow,
-   3Y THOMAS CAMPBELL,
NEW  WIRELESS COMPASS
FINDS PATH  IN  F03
Paris, April 1. -Ships that feel their
i way along the ecasls of France In
foggy weather are lo have the beneflt
Of a new wireless compass which will
enable them to ascertain, practically
automatically, iheir correct position,
and so steer a safe course.
The wlrelesB "compass" permits the
detection of Ihe direction from which
|n wireless electric signal is sent, and
��� the signal Itself will designate the
point of Its origin. Sending stations
are to be established at lighthouses
and other points of vantage along the
coast, and two already are ln operation on small islands off the harbor
of  Brest.
Signals from this chnin of shore
prints will he sent automatically at
regular Intervals whenever fog prevails, and a vessel equipped with the
receiving "compass" will be able lo
read exact direction of the placo of
,quire the attention of an operator.
A great advantage of this system of
safety nt sea Is the fact Ihat the new
"compass" is very cheap; furthermore,
It Is self-operatlnlg and does not    re-
origln of these warnings.    On the receipt of two such signals a ship will
i find  it possible, by a simple  process
'of triangulstlnn, very readily to deter-
I mine her exact   position.
\     Th*  next ntep  will be  to  lnntal  two
, mor,, sending    ntntlons    near    Havre,
and    others    wlll    be    set np In due
course  until  the  entire  coast  Is  protected.
MUSIC.
MR. F. 1. C. WICKETT, A. R. C. O.,
L. L. C. M.. HupervlBor of Music New
���Westminster t-V'hools. Organlnt BUth
Avenue Methodist Church. Vancouver;
rrcelves pupils for the pianoforte, organ,
HliiBloa and theory. *���' '""���'
New Weetmlnsur.
��� Ill  Fifth avenua,
FRATERNAL.
ii**-****t-v***y****
U O O M��� NO. 164��� MEBTH ON flrat.
*���<���<- in. I and third Wedneadaya In eaeh
month In K. ot P. Hall at I p.m. II. J.
Ijeiimy. dictator; J. H. Prtoe, aeoretary.
O O. F. AMITY IXinilK NO. 17��� The
ri-itulur meeting of Amity lodjrs No.
57. I. O O F.. ls held every Monday
night at 8 o'clock In Odd Fellows' Hull,
corner Carnarvon and Kk'ihih stn-ata.
VSslttnK tiri-them oordtallv Invited.
It. A. Merrlthew, NO.; J. Hubert-son,
V. a.; W. C. CoaUiani, P, U��� recording secretary; IL W. Sangster, financial secrvtary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
8.    BOWELL    (SUCCESSOR   TO   CEN-
ter A Hanna,  Lad.)���Funeral  dlroctora
uud ��� iiiotui.i. ��� i-     Parlors 405 Columbia
street.    Kew   Westminster.    I'hone  991.
W. E. FA LKB���Pioneer Funeral Director
and Kml'ulmer, Bl2-616 Ajoi'-e street,
apposite Carneel* Library.
PROFESSIONAL.
APAM SMITH JOHNSTON. HARRIS-
i     ter-at-Inw.    solicitor,    etc.      Telephone
1B70. Cable addrees "Johnaion."
I     Con>, "W.-stem Union."      Offices. Ellis
Block. 6S2 Columbia atreet. New Wmit-
I     minster, B, C.
J.   STTLWELI, CLUTE.   Barrlster-at-taw.
I     solicitor,   etc.;   corner    Columbia    ana
MoKWiscle    sti-i-sts.    New    West minster,
1     B. C.   P. O. Box  lit.     Telephone   7Ifl.
J P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
Solicitor and Notary llfflr**s Hart
block, 21, Ixirne Btre-et. *Ncw Westminster, B, C.
Honors From France.
Paris, April 1- Appreciations of
Mr. Morgan are pulilli-hed In most of
he Paris papers, which call attcntiofc
to his high position In International
finance, his benevolence and culture.
The Figaro says: "Mr. Morgan's
loath will cause sincere sorrow. The
French museums possess many proofs
if his generosity and the government
niesded to confer upon him the high
llstlnction of grand officer of the
'.eglon of Honor on his next visit to
Kurope."
SUN   AND  AIR  BATHS
NEEDED  BV  WOMEN
i    Paris, April 1   -A certain    morbidness, which rests so heavily on modern life, is caused, according   to   Dr.
: Manjon, of Nice, ln the course of an
', address delivered before the Physical
' Education   congress  today,   partly   at
'least  owing  to  the  girls  and   women
| not having sufficient sun baths or air
baths and not taking enough physlcnl
exercise In loose garments.
The lecturer suggested that the girl
' pupils In the higher schools ought to
be taught  the elements of knowledge
i fitting them for motherhood.
Scenes In  Rome.
Home, April 1. - It was announced al
he Grand Hotel here today that. Her- '
icrt Satterlee,  ron-ln-law  of  the  late '
I.   Plerpont   Morgan,  the  New    York
'tnanoier,  is  trying to arrange  for  n j
special train to Cherbourg, France.   II ]
this  can   he   obtained,   the     steamer
leaving Cherbourg tomorrow  for  New
York will he delayed a few hours snd
Mdrgan'B body taken aboard.
If this plan is carried mil, brief fu-'
neral  services  will  be   held   at    the
���rand   Hotel   tonight,   al    which    lhe
Uev. Gardiner Drown anil the Uev. Dr
NA-DRU-CO,
LAXATIVES
sre entirely different from
others both In their composition aad rhalr effect���confclele
evscuatlan wllheut purging or
���Ascomlort.
25c. > bsx st yeur druggist's.
aavioasL asus ... SHIMICSl ee.
Or C*N������, LIMIT!s,
���ri   the
American 1    Ghent occupies B  beautiful site    nt
tho  confluence  Of  four  rivers,  about
i popular    feeling    was     bo     Btrongly
iag:tin;t hlm that he resigned, and was
The  BenatUB   of  Arbenleen   Unlver
alty have decided in eenfi r the honorary degri e of 1.1,. D. on Mr. M'Kwcn.
headmaster of Klrkw.-.ll llurgh School.
Hou:
ccne from the lauqhable comedy
:,   Thursday,   April   3.
'A  Bachelor's Baby"  at the  Opera
MrQUAn-RIB. MARTIN * CUSBADT
nurrlslers nntl H��Mel!nr*. SOB to ��ta
Westminster Trust HI.K-k. 11. tl. Martin,   W.   ll.   Mi-Quarrte    and   Oeorge   I*
Cassady.
wmTBSfDW t, EDMONDS ��� RiirHatera
and Solicitors, Westminster Trust Blh.
OotJlfnWa streot. New Wert minster, B.C.
Cal,ln lidflres-s "-"White-side," Western
TTnton. r. O. Drawer 80B. Telephone
BB.   W. 1. WnitsnMo. H.   L. Edmonda
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
R. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room 22
frart block.
BOARD  OF  TRADE.
BOARD OF TRADB��� NEW WESTMIN-
ster Board of Trade meets in tlie board
ron-fii. City Han. as follows: Third-Friday of *uch month : quarterly tniftlng
on the third Friday of February, May,
AukuiiI and November ibt ft p.m. An-
nnal moeUnss on tin thlnl Friday of
February. S. H. fitoart Wade, mse.ra-
tiiry.
SYNOPSIS  OF  COAL   MINING   KBV
GULATIONS.
COAJ. MINING rights of the Homlnlon
in Manltohn. Saskatchewan and Alberta,
the xXlkon Territory, the -Northwest Tei--
rl-tartw and In a portion of the ITovlnoa
ot British rWumbla, may be leased for a
ti'Vm of twenty-one years at an annual
r-entfil of 11 an acre. Not more than 25BB
Hires will tie leased to one iii>iiltcunt.
Application for a Issas must bo muds
'iy Un* applicant In person to tlie Aje^nt
���r BulieAgent of tlie ill-strict In which the
iK'ns applied for are sttHuted
In surveyed territory the limit must be
lewrlbsll by sections, or Iflgal sub-dlvl-
lons of sections, and In unsurvsybd territory the true! applied for shall ba
���Hiked out by lhe applicant hlntselr.
Baoh application must be az-companled
��� y a fee of IH wblcb wlll be refunded If
lie itKbts applied for are Dol nvulliAhln,
.ill not otherwise. A roy.-ilt.y sliall be
'iilil on the nut,-luirii.il.I., output of th*
nine al lhe rut-e of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine Shall
urnlsh tha Airont with sworn returns
iiiiiiiiilliiK fnr Ihe full quaintly of mer.
Ininliilile coal mined and pity the riljr-
ilty thereon. If the coal mining rlnhui
hi* not Ileitis operated such returns sltnuld
���������   furnished   at   least   once  a   year.
The lease wlll Include the caul mining
istlitH only, but the leasee wlfl he frfir-
nlltid to purchase whatever available
uirfnce rluhts may be constden-d neOBB-
inry lor lhe working or Ihe mine at the
lite  ol   till  sn  acre.
For full Information application sboubl
'���'��� mnde to the Secretary nf lhe  Dcpnt-l-
innt  of the  Interior,  Ottawa,  or to sny
tgent or Knli-Aitcnt of  Dominion   Uinds.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of lhe  Interior.
n. B.���Unauthorised publication of this
nlverllseinent  wlll  not  be paid  for.
WHEN IN NEED OF HELP
PHONE   R 1031.
CLARK-FRASER
Employment Agency
Prompt attention given to orders.
607 Front St., New Westminster, b.C.
If you read THE NEWS
you get all the news. WEDNE3DAY,   APRIL  2,   1913
THE NEW WEKEM1NSTER NEWS.
PAGITWM
Sat In Lords During
Entire Victorian Era
London, Aprill.���Earl Nelson,
grand-nephew of the hero of Trafalgar, who died recently ln his Hnlh
year, enjoyed tbe distinction of being
the only peer who had held his title
ln four reigns, and the sole member
of the peerage who waB a member
throughout the whole  Victorian   era.
Succeeding to tbe peerage in the
reign of William IV., he did not take
his seat until February 4, 1846. Iiu
had come Into the title, aB a boy ot 12,
ten years before; and until very nearly
the end he was a somewhat frequent
attendant ln the House of Lords, especially when educational questions wero
under discussion.
In the matter of age among the
peers, lt Is to be added, pride of place
Is beld by Karl of Womyss, who,
though hn wlll be 95 in August, has
been writing to the Times during the
present week advocating compulsory
military service as a necessity of defence, as he declares that he has done
for more than half a century.
Next to this wonderfully vlgorouB
veteran Is another of equal activity
In the person of I^ord Strathcona aud
Mount Royal, the High Commissioner
of Canada, wbo will Im 93 in August.
Ix>rd WemyBs Is the only peer who
has lived In six reigns, while Lord
Strathoona and the Duke of Grafton,
who ls nearly 92, are among tbe fair
number of peers who have lived In
five, among the beet known of the
remainder being Viscount Cross, Viscount Knutsford, Lord Armstead, the
Karl of llalsbury, Lord l.indley, Lord
Mount Stephen and Lord Cottesloe.
. Nelson Family History.
The story of the Nelson family Is an
Interesting one. The first Lord Nelson,
whose naval achievements are th>
glory of England, left no Issue, and
the barony devolved upon hla elder
brother, William, who was created
Karl Nelson, In February, 1835, this
Karl Nelson died, and was succeeded
In the title by his Bister's son, Thomas
llolton, of  Ilurnham.
In obedience to an Act of Parliament passed in 1806, Mr. Bolton assumed the name of Nelson. He held
the title only till November, 1835,
when he died, and waa succeeded by
his son, who passed away this month.
It Is of interest to recall that in
1805, when the first Lord Nelson's
brother was created Karl Nelson, an
annuity of ��5000 a year was attached
to the title. This annuity Is still paid
by Uritaln to the holder of the title.
Hritain has,, indeed, always been generous to her great national servants.
The Duke of Wellington, In addition
to numerous titles, was awarded a
grant of ��100,000, after the battle of
Salamanca, while after winning Waterloo he was received with extraordinary honors, created Duke of Wellington, and awarded a fresh grant of
��400,000.
It waa in 1887 that Mr. Charles
llradlaugh protested against the payment of perpetual pensions. The re
still was that a commltteo of the
House of Commons enquired Into the
subject.      Tbe    commltte   concluded
I that penelons and allowances should
j uot In future be granted in perpetuity,
on the ground that such grunts should
be limited to tbe persons actually ren-
i dcrlng tbe services, and that such re-
i wards should be defrayed by the generation benefited that offices With
aalariea and without duties, or with
merely nominal duties, ought to be
abolished.
Adopted by Parliament.
These and other recommendations
of the committee were adopted by
Parliament, with the result that most
of the outstanding hereditary pensions
were bought by the government at so
many years' purchase.
It Ib, however, significant of how
great value U, still laid upon the victories of Cape St. Vincent and Trafalgar that the only perpetual pfencions
left cutaandlng were those of 1-ord
Itodney (��2000) and of Lord Nelson
(��5000). So in the 79 years the Nelson who has just died beld tbe title
and enjoyed tho pension, he received
��390,000 from a grateful country. He
is succeeded by a son of 54 years of
age, wbo wlll receive tbe ��5000 a
year.
Now that the holder of the title has
gone the title of "father" of the House
of Lords devolves upon the Karl of
Dulcle, the head of the family founded by a former Ixird Mayor of London,
who was a banker to King Charles I.
He sneeeedrd to the title In 1853, and,
therefore, has been a peer GO years.
His position of "father" Is challenged
closely by I .ord Suffield, who tucceed
ed tn his title within a month afterward, but the latter, who la 83 this
year, is the junior by three years of
Lord Duleie.
Earl's Predecessors.
The late Karl Nelson'a Immediate
predecessors aB "father" were the Earl
lot Leicester, who flrat took his seat
'in 1884; Lord Templemore, who made
jhis debut at St. Stephen's In 1842, on
i the day afte ��� ho came of age, and the
! Karl of Mansfield.
Tho length of legislative service ac-
quired by various of these peers is In
I striking contrast to that which now
qualifies for the "fatherhood" of the
j Commons, now held by Mr. Hurt, who
first came to Westminster at so com-
, paritively recent a date as 1874, and
��� thn veteran miners' member ts run
with extreme closeness by Mr. Bal-
: four.
France to cruah Germany.
"Germany may doubt whether
France woulj como into this alliance
in her present temper," he aays,
"b.,1 I really do not sie how Bhe could
help It lf Germany consented, be
car.su wu should conclude a dual alliance if we could not have a triple
one, lu which case France would be
in the position that, whereas she
could not attack Germany without
lighting us, at the same time Germany could not attack her without our
interference.
"The alliance should guarantee further that If any other power were to
attack either France or Germany the
three nations would lino up together
against that p-jwer."
STRENUOUS FIGHT
SEITLED AT USI
BERNARD SHAW'8 IDEA
OF  A  TRIPLE  ALLIANCE
London. March 17.���Bernard Shaw,
in an article published In The Hallv
Chronicle on "Armaments and Conscription," discussing the harmful
effects on Britain of a possible
franco-German war, says Britain's
policy might to be tn secure the conclusion of a triple alliance with these
two countries, the terms being that
if France ntiacks Germany, Britain
should combine with Germanv tn
c-unh France: if Germanv attacks
France.   Britain  should  combine  with
Taxlcabs  Now Too  Plentiful on  London Streets���Street Telephones
Obviate Whistling Nuisance.
London April 1.���The London taxi-
cab strike Ib ended, all firms be
longing to the Motor Car Proprietors'
Association having accepted the men's
terms. The strike began on January 1,
when the proprietors nought to make
the men pay 26 centa a gallon for fuel
instead of Blxteen cents. The men declared they could not earn a llvlus
with the former price.
The trouble developed Into what is
known as a happy Btrike, for the
drivers of taxis outside the association, who coijtinutd working, were
able, owing to tbe constant demand
for their services, to make handsome
contributions tu the strike fund, and
the atrikers thus suffered no hardship.
Nonstrikera do not view the general
resumption of work with unmixed
pleasure. The end of the strike means
the beginning of our troubles,' Bald
one. "There ia no room for 10,000
tnxicab8 In London, aud instead of
fares looking for ub we ahall be looking for farea."
The scarcity of cabs during the
Btrike added a new plaguu to 1-ondon
life. Whistling for taxis developed
Into such a nuisance tbat the authorities were racking thtlr brains to die-
cover a method whereby to avoid it.
Publlc telephones attached to lamp
posts communicating with cab atandB
were being experimented with by the
post office.
FOUND BIG CHEQUE.
WEDS INDIAN GIRL
HE HAD RESCUED
Carriage Cleaner in Paris Found One
for 13.000,000 Marks.
I-ondon. April 1.���A telephone message from Paris says that a carriage
cleaner found on the Nord express
a satchel containing a cheque for 13.-
000.000 marks, drawn by a Berlin
bank on the Bank of Italy at Rome,
and also a passport in the name of
Commander Arrizo HobbI.
The cheque remains unclaimed. It
Is In the hands of the police.
Coming   of  Transcontinental   Reveals
Romantic  Stcry���Marriage  Culminated.
Cochrane, April 1.���A romance of
the Northland, compared with which
fiction Hems to pall Into lnslgnifl-
������.nice before its realism, was unfold-!
ed her by a marriage celebrated by j
Hev. J. K. Bythell, Incumbent of Holy |
Trinity Church, at the rectory.
It waB a ceremony unique In the annals of Canadian church history and a
tinge of more than ordinary intereat
was added to lt by the principals, Mr.
Charles Stewart Richmond, sou ,of
Rev. J. It. Ktchmond, of Gaapo Bay,
Quebec, and MIsb Sophia McKenzie, a
beautiful Indian girl who is claimed
hy her relatives to be a descendant of
Sir Donald McKenzie, the discoverer
of the McKenzie River.
The atory of love and all the circumstances attending lt aeem like a I
flight of imagination, it waB about
11 years ugo that Mr. Richmond, then]
but a lad, attracted by the call of the
wild and tho lure of tbe mining life,
waa one of the flrat whites to break
| a trail east of Hurrlcanaw, now the
acene of a rush of proapectorB.
Blazing trails through the bush he
found on a small unknown island   a
i little Indian i?lrl���deserted by a step-
I mother, and left alone to face atarva-
; tion and peraaps death, but   for the
turn of fate.    The child, as Bhe   was
, then, could uot tell the tale of her suffering, but Mr. Richmond later learned that she had been on tho Island for
four  days   without  food  and   shelter
iand had subsisted on the wild   berries
j she gathered.
Nursed Back to Health.
Taking the child back to hiB little
i camp be tenderly nursed her back to
health and between thom grew a love
which  without benefit of clergy took
its natural course.    In the years   that
rolled away the father and atepmother
! found out the child and claimed her.
Well supplied with all the necessities
j of life Mr. Richmond's   generosity   to
the    natives    soon    cemented    their
i friendship     through,   and    the    the
father gave hia daughter ln marriage
to him.
The only ceremony attended on the
flrat union wae a solemn promiee exacted by the girl's father that as soon
as they could get out of the buEh to
��� a pblnt of civilization where there
��� was a clergyman, the marriage would
' be performed ln the legal way. In the
' years which elapsed from the first
'meeting of the youth and the ahan-
i doned child the great ribbon of Bteel
'stretched across the continent, and
civilization began to make its firBt Inroads into what bad been for centuries an almost unknown land.
Promise of Marriage Sacred.
No minister ever tied the nuptial
knot of a more affectionate or devoted
couple. In the interval two children
wero born to tbem a boy and girl, and
prosperity Beem to bless them. When
Mr. Richmond finally found that he
could have the marriage performed according to his belief, he held his promise as sacred, and with their children.
the pair aet out for thiB town.
From Keewagama Lake, Quebec, Mr.
and   Mrs.  Richmond  started over tbe
trail for Cochrane.     No better   ovId-    	
ence   of   their   passionate}-    love    for I proprlatlon   of   $250,000,000
their children could be had than their | State of   Pennaylvania   for
determination
United States Awake ;
Prepares for Panama
to
A resolution  providing for   the ap-  leans la one of the  few   deep-water
for    the I cities which have retain*d oontrol of.
the greater part of  tbeir waterfront,
only San  Francisco surpassing  it in
improve-
them. The father took the boy, who
was but a year old In December, and
tbe mother carried the Infant girl,
who was born to them last December.
They packed It over an unbroken
trial with their children's comfort and
health their first thought, to the Bteel
"bring   them    with I menta at the Port of Philadelphia, is | this respect.
before the legislature. It would so
amend the constitution as to permit
Philadelphia to assume the entire burden of taxation resulting.
In bis argument for the measure,
Senator Vore pointed oot that Hamburg had lately spent $100,000,000 on
at Hurrlcanaw. There for the first; Rs port, adding that Philadelphia ls
time the little mother heard the clang , 85 miles nearer than New York to the
of a train; from Hurrlcanaw in Bhe j Panama Canal, and more than 200
enjoyed the first journey that had not j miles nearer than Boston. Boston,
to be made on foot or anowahoea. | however, la not asleep.      Joseph    A.
Civilization   Appalled   Her. j Conry, Director of the Port of Boston,
The family arrived at a local hotel'has asked the legislature for $60,000,-
on Wednesday evening. The town j 000 for harbor improvements and the
sights -buildings, crowds, electric perfection of rail and water terminals.
lights, electric bells, and hotel Ber-1 His project Involves the develop-
vants���wero all new to this slip of a | ment of the entire waterfront between
mother. The strangenesa of the life | North and South Stations and along
amazed her, and during the period, the Charles and MyBtlc Rivers. Vaat
that elapsed before the wedding she' as these projects seem to AmerlcanB.
was highly wrought up and pining to: they Bhould remember that Liverpool
get back to their little cabin In the! Is preparing to spend  $16,000,000 on
a dock system which haa already cost
$150,000,000.
From Galveston to Boeton. the digging at Panama haa stimulated Inter-
est in port improvements.   New   Or-
IGNORANCE NOT BLISS.
buah       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The wedding ceremony on Thursday was a remarkable one. While
Rev. Mr. Bythell performed It Mies
Taylor, a missionary who has given
some of the beBt years of her life to
work among the Indiana about the
Bay, acted aa bridesmaid, holding the
Infant In her arms, and Mrs. Bythell,
as witnesa, held the attention of the ! Many Irish Now Debarred from Emi-
boy bo that he would not distract the j gratjng to States,
couple during the prayers. Dublin, March 31.���The decision of
At tbe conclusion of the marriage, j t(,e American government to shut out
Rev. Mr Bythell baptized the chll-! m;terateB from the Unlted statea ha3
dren, and the hoy was called   George i
Nolan, and the girl Muriel Emma.; caused real consternation among a
Mrs. Richmond would easily pass for | number of young men and women in
���i white, but she prefers to be known
as a squaw, and  Is proud of her In-
'I he sixteenth annual report tot the
New Orleans Dock Bond shows that
there are 41.4 miles of river frontage .
available for shipping, with five miles
of wharves; 1892 seagoiuc vessels,
1696 river steamboats, and more than
2100 smaller craft were repotted an
"arriving" during 1912.
New Orleans does not -begrudge Galveston Its sudden growth is military
population, due to that port's nearness to Mexico. New Ortasaa doe*
feel, however, that Qua. West* waa
right In calling atteaUoa to its importance aa a military and naval base.
The Times-Democrat nrges that if
troops stationed along tha river or ia
the Mississippi Valley should be concentrated for foreign service, it would
be wasteful to send than to Norfolk
for an additional voyage of 700 or BOO
miles, or to Cuba for trans-shipment.
New Orleans is still safely the second port in the United Statea, the
Daily States remarks, and that despite the artificial movement of Tezaa
and Oklahoma cotton throagh Galveston.���The Nation, New York.
WESTMINSTER MAKES
CREDITABLE SHOWING
dlan blood.
JOHN  BURNS' CORDUROYS
OFFENDED  PARK  KEEPER
Ireland v.bo are emltten with a desire
io emigrate.
It ls a sad truth about the staje of
education in Ireland that there ls today quito a large number of Irish
youths and maidens who are unable
to read or write. The compulsory edu
London, April 1.���A striking appeal
on behalf of tho Progressives because 1 cation laws which were passed a Tew
of their great work In making London : years ago have never beeu rigidly e:i
Bank    Clearings    for    March    Total
$2 332,157���Ahead of Lethbridge
and Brandon.
attractive and in helping the poor of i forced in Ireland so that among the | follows.
ihe eaat end waa made by Mr. John ! rural population there are still thous-
Burns at a meeting in the Shoreditch |nnds wbo have never seen the interior
tabernacle recently on behalf of   the | of a school room
Toronto, March 31.���-The Canadian
bank clearings for the month eudiiy;
March ,u, la I.i, as compared with the
corresponding   period   1912.
are
���.wo, L. C. C. candidates for tbe Hag-
a;er3ton division, Mr. Henry Ward and
Mr. Blackley.
Incidentally he also told an amusing
story of how, when he was a wharf)
boy at Westminster, he presumed, on j
wearing a pair of new white corduroy
trousers, to enter St. James' park, and I
how the park keeper ordered blm out
is "we want   no   corduroys   here I"
"The son of that keeper doesn't talk
like that to me today 1" (Laughter.)
Just after Mr, Burns' began his
speech he waB Interrupted by two
suffragettes, who were quickly removed
City.
Montreal' .
Toronto*-..
Winnipeg
Vancouver
March. 19IX   March. MIS.
.   .$207,856,713 $Ht.7f*Ml
These illiterates never realize the
handicaps they must suffer ln any
country where education counts tor' Calgary ..
much, and although many of them i Ottawa ..
could find employment at home, or ' Edmonton
could educate themselves In their
apare time, they prefer to do nothing
but emigrate. Now and again some
man or woman returns from America
having succeeded in making a pile.
I This always fires young Irlah lmagina
| tlona and, educated or not. many as.
I a consequence determine to go and
I attempt to do llkewlae.
i Only the Anti-Emigration Society
What bas been bUBy cautioning   Irish
'The Progressives," he aald, "during I people against the pitfalls of the great
the 23 years they were In power in- [ cities of the United States are con-
creased I,ondon'B attractiveness In , gratulatlng themselves on the Amor!
every posBible way." lean government's drastic action.
Victoria  ..
Hamilton  .  ..
Regina	
tendon 	
Saskatoon   ...
Halifax	
St. John	
Mooae Jaw   ..
Fort William.
Brantford ..  .
Westminster .
Lethbridge ...
Brandon . ���  ���
1T1,31M> JUt
102.565,120
47,535.145
1S.07K245
15.086.543
16.360.216
15,355.496
13,231.433
9.S2X570
7,882,721
7,677,047
7,672,588
6,996.956
4.870.194
2.883,046
2.368.235
2.332.167
2,167.229
2,089.515
167.W6.94f
10g.M6.37tf
4M02JU3
19,450.310'
21391.015
17350.365
13.246.577
11,727,019
8.767.403
6432,739
8.403.431
1,148,115
5.949.964
4.216.22*
���2,080,555
2,183.901
" ��lS6.834
2.076.821
Totals .-   ..$860,559,120 J654.S94.036
Treat our Collector
well when he calls, for
we need  the money.
Office men ean furnish their quarters at 25 to
38 1-3 less than usual prices. We curry the fiun-
I't.s Qlobe Wernicke makes and have com pie ta
llneB of Files, Cases, Tables, Desks und ul-w carbon paper, Typewriter Ribbons and remade
Typewriters, 	
LEES LIMITED
Slashing   prices in     Lace.
Draperies and Curialr.s.
r,5c Grecian Nets cut to 33:
fine Venice Nets cut to <0:
"ie 45-in. Bungalow Nets cu".
to   23c
Phene No. 73 if you want
to consult rur Interior de-
cirator.
If you were a
banker and had to
raise $40,000 in 30
days, you'd sell
securities and get
the money. That's
what we are doing
���slashing prices
on   this $175,000
stock for quick re-
alization.
All   prices strictly
cash. No goodu on
partial payments until
further  notice.
Every  oue  of our  splendid  line of
Leather  Chairs and   Hookers   slashed
in  price for quick sales.
$40,00   Spanish   Leather  Chairs  now
at $32.50
30-ineb Sanitary Couches, well tied
and wllh extra springs, ticking covered  $5.75
Velvet  covered  Couches al  510.00
$12.50 "^ 515.00
$40.oo Kindei Davenports.: $29.75
VERY DOLLAR'S WORTH
No. 87 1-2 Dresser, solid Maple empire oak finish, extra large nil. M'r-
rors, 80x88; n remarkably fine Pressor.    Sale price    $23.75
Of Oui Great Stock of Fine Furniture Marked Down Tremendously for Quick Returns
We can deliver on time as we have secured
more wagons
Nairn's best $150
Inlaid Linoleum cut to
$1.20.
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE
No. 1200 KxtenVon Table; surface
oak finish.    Slash price  .... $8.75
Our vast stock of extra fine tables
In practically In unbroken qualities,
ranging as high ns $150 etirh, all at
a great reduction  In plrce.
LEESLIMITED
Buy your range now. The famous
St. Clair ranges at cut prices: every
stove ln tho house la marked duwn
In this sale.
We are cutting prices on every bed
ln the store. This bed, No. 10, reinforced spring, No. 11, and Sanitary
mattress,   11.0    $8.50
$2.50 Axminster Carpets cut to $1.85. THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
WEDNESDAY,  APRIL   2,   1913
MAGPIES TWIIIER
PLEASURE INDEED
-Pierrota Have Housing Reception and
��-.crc  Dijj Success in Burnaby
Public  Hall.
-tllvt'il
TtlJjBar.s
ti.o such fun makers as
��'. A. Mitchell and James
Uaktir, four "pierrottos" os charming
as Misi i.nuerva Smith. Miss Nancj
I'ai-itlta.   Mrs.    F.    Glldersleeve    and
UNIONISE MEMBER
REFUSES TO AO
Resigns  From   Committee  of  Inquiry
Into British Governments Wireless Contracts.
OLD AGE PENSION
'  SlHEME NECESSARY
Deputy   Minister of  Labor  Advocates
Pension and Annuities���Matter
Under Discussion.
London, April 1.���Harold Smilh, a Ottawa, April 1.���1'\ Ackland, depu
Unionist member of parliament and tv minister of labor, told the old age
a member ef the parliamentary com- pension committee that there was no
mitteo of Inquiry into the government ,way out of the old age pension
wireless contracts today resigned sOneme for the destitute and desei'V-
from the committee as a protest 1ng poor 'jle aiso favored the government   taking   up   and   developing
WINNIPEG FACES
WATER FAMINE
Situation  for  This  Year  Considered
Serious���Wells Are Not Successful as Expected. '
Winnipeg, April 1.���Water prospects
for Winnipeg this year are by no
means bright and unit ss certain problems are overcome the citizens are
very liable to be kept short on their
supplies.
Though the city had figured on a
great Increase by the sinking of over
a dozen new wells, these wells are nut
PALATIAL TRAPP
BLOCK COMPIETED
New Westminster's Second Skyscraper
Occupied���Modern   Structure���
Seven  Storeys.
Miss Malile Jarvis, add Wilfred Frost, against withholding of information, ln
Frank  (llldersloevo and 0.   11.  Dobbs a letter to the chairman of tha com-
witb   Iheir   powers  that   tbey   as  vo- mitten, Sir Albert  Spicer,  he writes:
calists  cun  swuy,  and  you  havo  the      "Two   members   of   the   committeo
raw material. have been publicly charged wllh hav-
To this "compote" there is applied Ing  received  and  withhold   from   the
the managerial wand of Mr. Algernon committee    most    vital    Information,
Wells, apd presto, there buddeth forth which  if communicated to their col-
the Magpies, entertainers of no mean leagues, must have very much short- gave very gtrong evidence In favor Of {flooding.
order,    and.    In    short, that    is why ened  and materially altered  our pro- aB 0]d age pension scheme, he main- j    Mayor  Deacon  expressed  fear that
roost of Eiist  Burnaby and  Edmonds cecdlngs.    These  two  members have  ^i^a   tj,at  it  was  absolutely  neces-1 lhcre  would be a shortage of water.
���aad   a   goodly   section   of   up-tbe-hill not   denied   the   charges  and  one of  Bary for a|d t0 be given to wage earn-; .	
New   Westminster  crowded     to    Ed- them has publicly objected to a qneB- ers  w|,0  aro not Bure of  steady  em- j
rouoda  Public hall lost night. tlon being put to a witness with the j p|0ynient  and   who  in  addition   have |
The program was so crowded with object of testing its accuracy." -large families to support, so as to pre
the present annunities system so va
to make it both attractive and profitable to the wage earners and P-BOPUIft, situation wus thoroughly discuss
of��� moderate   incomes.     This   might fld bv the board cf oontrol th|B mora.
have to be by contributions. ,ng and ar06e ��������.������Rh controller Mid-
J. C. Watters, president of the Do wlntel. who stated that line work will
minion  Trades and  Labor Congress, ^^considerably delayed owing to tho
The palatial new Trapp block on the
south side of Columbia street, which
is now open for business Is one of the
mo6t modern buildings ever erected In
thia city, besides being an ornament
from an architectural point of view.
Tho building ranks na the second
skyscraper whieh New Westminster
possesses, first place for height being
genus, and veryone demanded so much The charge to which Mr. Smith re-.venl   them   from   drifting   down   Into
more ot the last before getting on to fdrs Is that two of the Liberal mem-lhoppless poverty.
tbei next that it is impossible here to bers  of  the  committee  had  been  in-:    Mr Watters said le was also In fav
detail all the numbers, but, from two formed by Attorney General Sir Ru-jA. (.f the government taking care ot
tioiira and a half of unalloyed pleasure the fantasia "Back to the Land,"
suns by, tbe whole company, is de
serving of special  mention.
In thin, as ih several other songs,
topical rpj-ses were the order.
".Now .Westminster  City,   of   course.
I   you all know
���ts harbor will have in a few years
jj   cr bo;
Ab  the WcbI'b  greatest  pert  it  soon
nili  be famed
And   llie   future   will  show   that  it's
jolly  well  named.
Twill  be nbsabs so-lutely grand
To live in  this city, as you'll  under
I   stand.
Our trade soon will be the limit you'll
see -
So. back, hack, back up this land.
Then who could be glum -with Ilak
��r James and "His Beastly Eyeglass''
or fail to apreciate the delightful sn
los, duetB and "loutes ensembles" (?)
of ii'iior, baritone, soprano or con-
tralto? And if the jmlin must be
.���given, then, in the opinion of the
���dainty Lt le maids who sold i��Ht their
frtr.-rv S i T candy for the benefit of the
Victcr an Order of Nurses, that terri-
l)le "majaw" Mitchell must add il lo
���his conservatory.
There are concerts and concerts,
out the Magpies will long be remem-
*ered in llurnaby for their Bparkllng
vivacity, their ability to let one hear
���whal tliey were singing about, for
the tremendous success that ihey
achieved.
From tin white flowers upon the
���piano, in which Mrs. tlildersleeve and
T*r Ddbbl shone harmoniously, to Ihe
PHra.-iol secrets of the "Canadian Canoe" wmr, everything was well thought
���cot. arrangi d tastefully and the whole
may, ll ls hoped, he repealed a little
nearer the llurnaby ladies' hockey
grour.d  In  the not far distant future.
������*m*************
A* BURNABY   NOTES. ���
���������������������������������������������������
Farewell Smoker.
Mr il. U. Walker will be given a
rfarev.-";i smoker in the Moreton hall
����� -Middy evening by the Burnaby
liiuarii vj Irade of which he was presi
irtcnt list year. A feature of the
Betake* will the prasentaUn of an
i/llupii u.d address to Mr. Walker,
'��vhn   li-avfs  shortly   with   his   family
main] his home In Victoria.
fus Isaacs that he had purchased: hoth widows and mothers with pro-
shares of the American Wireless com-' p,,r assistance, lt has been found In
pany. The direct Question was put !otilor countries Ihat it ha3 been cheap*
to Sir Hufus Isaacs while he wss on j cr  to  aid  mothers  than   to  maintain
panning out as well as was expected. | granted to the new Westminster Trust
block. From the exterior particularly
that portion which faces on Columbia street, tht structure has a most
tnste��pl and moderate appearance.
Pre-rctialcance is the style of architecture while the construction is of
leinfnrced concrete with timber poets
r.nd beams In the interior. The building is seven Btoreys high on Kront
street, and six on Columbia street.
Ou tlio lower floor is located the
heavy Machinery, the plate windows
nn Front street being so arranged as
to suit tlle display of such goods.
The Columbia street floor is given
over to house hardware, hardware
fancy goods and the office of Lie own
erti ji the build'iih and buslne.'.v. Tha
two .nodern store fronts facing on
Columbia street of this floor will he
PATRONIZE HOME
PRODUCTS fIRST
i Continued trom race one)
the witness stand,
disallowed It.
but the committee
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE COMING 01,
��� Continued trom paue onei
the children.
FRENCH   NEWSPAPER'S
APRIL   FOOL  JOKE
Rh-eims. France, April L-���A Rhe'mi
newspaper startled Its readers today
by the publication of a statement that * hour  Irritating
-  German  Zeppelin  iTrig'bie  balloon ]__.,_,���,, ���_���,.,	
after er.iislrg  over  thr f'.rlresses  ..
Touiei  and   Verdun,  had    come    to I Steveston and thine*
had   been   elicited   from
company   as   to   getting
communication with Steveston and the
Ladner   ferry,   he  had   communicated
with  the Delta and  Steveston boards
of trade on the BUbjoct.
They were trying to obviate the half
idleness    at    Eburne
which prevented direct connection to j one of the
to  the Delt
earth ne:ir the Illiiiir.s* barracks, hav
cesTofThat in British Columbia" " j % g' ��ft SJ^Si S?ffis, ��� ���
"Take Seattle for instance and its! ^W^t^-Z. , , ��� , , \T,
hinterland," bs stated. "The state of;"1" KuVried to the spot Indicated, but
Washington has a population of over I saw J'1 /cpnelln. Then someone re-
two millions while this province has. membered that it wad the first rf
only a third of that number and whatI AprtO Tlie people took (lie joke very
Seattle is doing on docks and harbor badljfffcnd large forces ef police, and
work cannot he compared with what; Gendarmes bad tn be rushed to Ihe
Vancouver, New  Westminster of Vic- j scene to disperse them.   It is said the
authorities   will   prosecute   the   news-
was direct com
agricultural dis*
What they wanted
I mtiiiicntion with the
trlct of the Delta.
' The farmers there wore anxious to
get Into il:r<ct communir-itlon with
New Wcstiniui'.cr markets. If they
got a strong general committee formed combinid of the boards Interested
to wait upon thc B. C. E. It. officials
torla is either doing or contemplating.
"This province Is a gold mine, its
resources are just being scratched and
its wraith is beginning to be known
throughout     the     whole     world,"   he
added,
Visit Machine  Works.
Lati r in the day Mr, Thompson in I
company with  Mr,  Bogue, consulting
engineer for ihe c. p. it., Mr, A, 0.
Powell and  Engineer  rilackinan paid
a visit to the Hansford dredge which
Is Hearing completion at the Schiake
Machine Works.   This dredge is being1
constructed  for Mr.   Hansford of Seattle for gold milling purposes at Hopi
and  is the only nue of ils  kind eiei*!
constructed on the Pacific coast.
Mr. Thompson as Btated above was
fnr is years oltj engineer of Seattle,
passing through several stormy administrations. On .several occasions
the new mayor of the Sound cily would
appoint a olty engineer In place of Mr.
Thompson, but when an Important
project came up for discussion the
citizens would sny Oct Thompson
back,'' anil Mr. Thompson would
'* emerge frnm his ranch and take up
I his engineering work once mure.
iwiLL   TAKE   MU3ICA0
BACK TO NEW YORK
paper* on the ��� eharg
false news likely to
of the peace.
���    cf publishing
cause a breae':
lhe   railway
more   direct [one of thegiven over to the display of
general house  hardware, etc.
The first floor up from Columbia
is fitted with large sample roonu,
where patrons can see at a glance the
different styles of door and window
furiiilure, and a spirting goods depart,
ment.
On thc next fleer sieve Is situated
most r.i, dernly equipped
sale and display auto rooms in tli)
;-!ty, In this u sectica is devoted tc
the stcr.lgfl Of new carf, which Is so
enclosed as to prevent the entranc.-'
of any dust or grit on the new autos.
Another EeCtlcn fixed up aB an auto
work and repair Bhop and another
as a room for washing ears.
The  next two  floors are arranged
for the  storage  nml  display  of  farm
��� top floor for bug
etc,
A large elevator provides the
means  of transportation  between  the
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
Is meeting with the greatest favor wherever laid.
Bltulithic on Second Street, New Westminster, with Boulevard Down
the Centre.
Bltulithic Is noiseless, non-slippery, practically dustless, easy on
horses' feet, and, above all, particularly durable. For theBe reasons
Bltulllrile ls commended highly by owners of automobiles and horses,
householders, and city officials. It has been adopted by fifteen cities
In Canada, and over two hundred in tho United States.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7130.       714-717 Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.
at Vancouvi r and represent iheir de- Implements and t
sires they might effect the wished for! 6*es- farm wagons
improvement.
B. C.  E.   R.  Rates.
EXPECTS TO EIND
NOTHING OUT ICf
���
E.<p!rrcr Arru-ndsen Says He Will Discover Pole if It Takes  Him
Five Years.
tto
" renditions Improving.
Kdmi/Udii. Ajiril 1. The coming of
Api-Mi findj conditions generally
Uirou.i.houl the municipality of llur
r>ali> ir. n mosl satisfactory alale.
Mirnj improvements are progressing
'Full Hieing mid unemployment anion;
realdi ins and prop-erty owners haa
been reflucafl practically to a mini-
nam.
A review of the past two month i
���Khiiv.M thnt 1hn n. 0. E. II. was the
C'hii r topic of dlscusstaa among the
.rati payer! though the inangiiratinn
of the paving operations on Kings I
������yv��>   also aroused   mirch  comment. Rochester, Minn.
'Itbf   ���general   feeling   prevails   that  old   Robert   lletzel
thi.* riiudlock between the municipality
und the Ii. C. K. II. Is now practically
J>r iken nnd considerable relief Is felt
ilH-spitd llie unusual  weftttter condt-
i km:,   la.it   month   most   satisfactory
progress was made on Kingsway. Tbe
greKtet   porlliKi   of   the   highway   be-
11*01 ii V/dmonds and the Westminster
I inn:- if  being gradiil at the present
t ine and, though, residents ailing the
route between these two points have
-.��iii  put  up  with groat  Inconvenience
on accounl cf the tempore-fy snspen
Wnn if the c:ir scri'T", few com-
-filiiintH have heen made.
The granite corner curbstones ort
��� ii'Jni: distributed nt pre-ient n' Inter-
'i=KT.iin;; streets aloug the highway,
wbOo large stores of gravel sand.
"Cement, eic have been established
ii\t v:irinii| points along the route l"1
Isreen the Westminster lmits and
Central l"jrk. Traff'c en a good portion of tnV roud has been suspend>d
���rcmrorarily In order to facilitate thc
vaviii" qgprallonB as much as possl-
Uile. Ko great Inconvenience hns hen
���^���tunt-ini   1>i.   this   as     the     alternative
troute to kingiwnv recently put into
���oiiod t'i n Raa been fonnfl satisfactory
���ot local truffle, while inter -cltv trav
kttu>? vfhfrli's'are using olbrr lirons'i
���coates.
Now Orleans, April 1.���Philip and
Oeorge Musica, arrested here several
I weeks ngo with tlieir father, Antonio
| Musica. and Arthur, another son, on
j charges of fraud in connection with
; exploitation nf human hair from New
York, probably will be taken back
to New York tomorrow. Attorneys
fyr the Musicas have asked the authorities, fnr tlie aged father, who suffered an nl lack of heart trouble a
week ago, and Arthur, who Is caring
for him, he permitted to remain unlil
the father's health improves.
The two Musica girls. Louise and
Graco, were held as witnesses Cor Bev
eral days, and then released.
I.'iigene, Ore., April 1.- "There will
be no trace of Peary or of Cook at the '
North I'ole when I get. there a few .
>>;iut fram uow," Baid Huui.i Anaund-'
sen, the explorer, in an Interview here
tuday. "1 do not believe there iB any
: hind there, bul expect to find nothing
��� but a great sea of floating  ice."
Explorer Amundsen intends to discover lhe real location of the North
pole by drifting ftcroes it even thougn
it may take him five years to do so.
lie will take along with him two C'hris-
' tofforson uiropIuueB, which ure now
uung made In San Francisco. These
aeroplanes will not be used in an attempt to reach the pole, but simply to
rise above the sea for the purpose of
astronomical   -observations.
"We will use the hydroplanes," he | tb
said, "only for lookout purposes. They
are very powerful���160 horse power.
'1 here Is no danger of the water freezing; It is not very cold at the pol-e���in
slimmer lime, that is for two months
iu the year."
On  the  question  of rates
i Vancouver and New Westminster via
Burnaby Lake and Central  Park, Mr
Darling recognized the arguments of
j the   interurban   manager.     It   was   a
mileage system and quite defensible
The matter of entertaining to
luncheon the distinguished explorer.
Captain Roald Amundsen on April 11
was   left   to   further   developments.
Captain Amundsen would communi
cate with Mr. Larsen who represented
ths Scandinavian bocIi ty locally and
his arrangements would he submitted
to tile aisociation.
Other arrangements to entertain to
luncheon, Mr. Davidson, who is re
ported as desirous of establishing a
urain elevator at Coqultlam and Mr
Schafmrof establishing a shipping in
iliiftry af Porl Coqultlam, will be dis-
cuets dmore mlly later.
between' v'ilri������ floors.
Taking tlie building nn a whole it Is
t ci id it to the architects. Messrs.
Gardiner & Mercer. The cost of the
structure was between JfAOOO and
$60,000.
C.   P.   Ft.
REORGANIZE
POLICE   DEPARTMENT
S
Winnipeg,   April   1.    Announcement
Is made  today of  the  thorough  reorganization of the police department of:
the C.  P.  It.
TURKEY ACCEPTS
OffERS Of PEACE
iContlnued from i age one)
settlement of their participation In
the Ottoman debt ami in the financial charges of tin* Uidiricls to hi*
banded over m then:. Turkey is to
be asked to take part In the labors
of ih.H cnmmlBBlon. ��
The great powtirB declare ut the
same time that an soon aw the liases
are accepted hostilities shall cease.
On March 'i*i, Bulgaria gave notice
of acceptance of the offer of media
tion, but persisted in her demand tor
a war indemnity and proposed to sub
LINE
Royal  Mail Steamers Sailing  Every   Saturday   from   Montreal
Quebec, Liverpool.
LARGEST  STEAMERS  IN  CANADA.
New S.S. Laurentic  15,000 tons  New S.S. Megantic.
First class $92.50; Second, $53.75; Third, $32.50.
SA Teutonic S. S. Canada.
.  582 feet long 514 feet
Carries only ONK CLASS CABIN   (II)   150  and  up   and    THIRD
CLASS, $31.25 and up.
For sailings  and   Illustrated booklets apply tn
H. M. Stevecon, Agent C. M. & St Paul  Ry., 622 Columbia St., or E. A.
Gculet, C. P. R. Depot, New Westminster.
Company's Office. 619 Second Avenue, Seattle.
The department rf Investigation has'Btitute a frontier line frum Midia on
Silken over the special service depart-'the 1!lack 8ea to ""' K';lr of lar0H *'
ment and Major A. McLecd. Vancou- the l0P of the POninsula of Gallipoll.
ver la appointed chief of the officers I The European ambassadors in Lon-
here tinder Chief ft.  C.  Chamberlain. Idpn havc been considering the situa
Mr. McLeod's title will be assistant [tlon  since  that  time,  bill    have    not
chief of the department  of investiga-   reached   any   decisions.    The  fall   ol
MeLeod is an old tfmer In \ the form as of Adrianople  Is consld-
tlon.    Mr.
west, having come in
1878.
NVESTMENT  BROKER  IS
CHARGED   WITH
FRAUD
A. 0,  Robertson,!
FIFTEN   VEAR   OLD   BOY
SHOOTS   AUNT   TO   DEATH
April 1 Five Year
living on a farm
near Douglas, telephoned the sher'ff
at Rochester thai his mother had been
shot to death by Henry Smith, Mrs.
Hetzel'B   fifteen   year  old   nephew.
According to the bov'B story, Smith
had been scolded by his aunt al whose
home he waa living Henry seized a
gun ami dragged Utile Roberl Into
the hoylofl nf a barn, bound ami gaged him and Blrack him over the head
with the bull end of the gun. Robert wns unconscious f'>r Bomo time,
but when he recovered consciousness
he struggled free "f hla bonds .-md
telephoned the Bherlff'a office,
Tnronto, April 1,
He expects to leave San FranolBCO I Investment broker, BS Colborno street,
in June, 1IU4, and enter the ice fields wae arrested today charged with the
north of Alaska, preparing to stay theft of $500. The complainant Is
with the drifting ice until it has car- Tftomrna Parish of Trenton, Out.
ried IiIh -ship over the cnurse that bar- According to the police Parish was
rels have taken until he reaches the Induced to buy five shares of the Mao-
Greenland coast, after having drifted, > """����'��� Toffee Company at $500 but
as  he  claims,  entirely  over  the  spot  S'81���!01*1 after^liking tfte payments
he did not get the shares.    Robertson
FUMIGATE   ALL   MONEY.
Case of Smallpox Fcund in Bank at
Brandford, Ont.
nrantff.nl. April 1, Kvery bank in
the cily today laid In a supply of disinfectants SB a result of the removal
of atelier In cue of the hanks to the
Smallpox    Itntpit >l     Inst    nicht.        The
case wus reported   tn  lie of   a  mild
type.
The health authorities in an endeav.
or lo find its origin decided that the
clerk had contracted it while handling
cash.    All the money in ihe hank was
ordered undi r n six-liiiur fumigation,
and new money was ordered frum the
.     ,���.���������,������ ' bend office.    Employees of the hunk
Thr   reflty   marKM   Is   Improving were vaccinated at once
-wti-odily.     A   number   of   Bttles     have j
where the North Pole is believed to
be. He will not leave the ship other
than to take observations, and he does
nnt Intund to cover any territorlly
with the dogs and sleds. WlrlOBB!
equipment will keep hlm In touch with
the world.
AmuntJEsen expressed surprise at Ihe
[���"-"sb dnsputch frnm Toronto yester-
da In which ii was pjHted thai two*
ihlrds nt Ihe survivors of tlle Scott ,
expedition have become bald or grav-l
haired becaiiHe of some peculiar dls- *
ease ul th" poles
"I know of nothing like thnt," he
Bald,    "I  wss partly gray-linlred  when
Iwas fifteen years old, bnt mv hair
lias nol changed since, I Ife in tli-
polar regions is very healthy."
YOUNG  LADY  INJURED  IN
DUEL WITH  MAN
ered  likely   to  have  some Inflimenc
on fut'ire negotiations.
Montenegro's Answer.
Cettinje, April 1. -Montenegro has
answered the latest demand of the
powers regarding the withdrawal of
civilians from 3<rutari by stating that
army head'iuarters have refused for
military reasons to permit the transmission to the commandant of Iho be
leaguered  town,  dispatches in cipher.
The Montenegrin government, how-
trrer, has offered to submit to head
Quarters ihe request for the transmission  of a  message  In  plain   Ian-
fSS       Your Attention
Is Directed to This Fine
Service
ss.
SUMMER   SCHEDULE,   EFFECTIVE  MARCH 28.
"PRINCE   RUPERT" SS. "PRINCE  ALBERT"
SS.  "PRINCE   JOHN" SS. "PRINCE GEORGE"
Mondays    Prince Hup'rt. Stewart.  Massett..
Tuesdays���Victoria and Seattle.
Thursdays   Prince Unpen.
Fridays-Alert Hay, Hardy Hay. Rivers Inlet,    Ocean    Falls,    Queen
Charlotte Island (direct service, fast time).    First trip, April 4.
Saturdays   Victoria aud  Boattle.
H. O   SMITH, c   P. A T. A. W. R. DUPBROW, O. A. P   D,
Phone Seymour 8134.        VANCOUVER. B.C.     627 Granville Street
It Pays to Advertise in the Daily News
Miss Flstivr
and   Mrs.   R.
tn*n nut through juet recently while
xinqtilrlc-s nre gradually nasumtng sat
Mad err frnwrHons. There Is n enn
������adorable Inmard fer (-���"���"es and
tniHrt's-: BlUfl "-ml" '���"I-'itrial nr��ncr
ty  Is alaojpcmtlng In for some call.
RUSSIAN
LIEUTENANT
COMMITS
SUICIDE
Another Contingent of Immlflrants
Winuljx'K. April 1. At 9:80 this
���morning a special train reached the
*,',. V. R. station, bringing 350 passeng-
��i*e from the Ijtke Manitoba, the majority of them being Britishers and
the balance French and Italians. The
t^rixxlrr part nf these are bound for
the   prairie   provinces.     Tonight
Lond-"i.   Aorll  1     Lieut.  Per'eknltl
I of the Russian army, enmml'ted snl-
I -.'de ���"   Wsrsan  on  Rundav by d lib
erntelv Bhnttlnt eff the men- of n-
j �����rn, I,..,.      ,     ,.  !,:,.!,    |,p    ....,,    f|v;rv.    ,,,1(|
dr. 'if.  fn 11   ii   in Ighi   ot  6 "i   f��el
to  the  ground, according    to a des-
patch today,
The  tragedv  was  believed  t-i  have
been an accident  until  indny  when n
letter   written   JubI   before   the   fatal
flight was opened    in ii Lieut, Per
be-1 IfikHkl expressed liis Intention of com-
BBMISi Tenn . April 1
"i rrv. daughter of Mr.
W. Perry of Ilentis, Is In Uk
���it. thai town suffering frnm I
wound alleged to hav* been
tn a duel last night With H. C. McCom-
tiipn, for whom the police are search-
\ inr.
Mirs Perry soys rhe appealed to Mr-
Commnp tn force hl�� Fnn lo make
amends for a wrung he has donn her
and that the elder McComtnou shot
her down, Members of the McCnnv
���nnn household sev Mlsfl DetTy fired
five Flints at the elder McCommnn whi
replied with a shotgun.    McCommon
Uhen   flea    Young   McCommon    has
hei n  arrested.
appeared before Magistrate &ermlson I*"***-   .
and   was   remanded   for ll   week,   $500 i     In repfy to the powers previous note
hail being accepted. j Montenegro   expresses   regret   that   it
 .___ . is unable  to defer tn their wishes  to
1 cease hostilities at Scutari nnd in the
' territories  allotted   hy  the  powers  to
��� ATbanla.
Austrian   Squadron.
Vienna, Ajrll 1, Part of the Aus-
trlnn squadron Is reported to have
i reached the Montenegrin port of Antl-
varl, the remaining vessels are held
1 in reserve nt. Cu.ttaro. Transports
[with (iooo iufsntrv aboard acnmpsny
lhe warship,   it it reported that un-
| less the siege of Scutari Is raised hv
! tomorrow, a naval demonstration will
;be  begun
Terrible   Loss.
Rof'a, April 1.    According tn nn ofl-
I clal report frnm Bulgarian armv head
quarters,  the  capture cf Adrlanople
enst    lhe   Bulgarians   frnm   10.000   tn
|ll nun   killed  and   wounded,  and   the
'��� Servians   1200.'
1    The   Bul (Tar 8  made  prisoners ef  40
��� generals, 2000 other officers nnd 80,-
1000   men.     The   Hulitnrians  besieging
forces numbered ino.OOO men. with
. 380 guns. The Turks bad ?00 siege
J guns and from -150 tn 5no field pieces
Bombard Srii'nrl,
|    fi-Mirr-ido, Anrll I.���flnpc'al d'se-x-h-
,-n r-o��i the front piv that the flfl-pvts-n
\f-iA \|nn|pnorrl" fnreoq -ire ho'eihi'-d
;'"i�� ibn Scutari fnrti with success nnd
that tbelr surrender Is expected with
i In a day or two.
Suspect Foul Play,
llerlin, Ont., April 1, Albert licit,
?.l years old, wib found this morning
in the c. P, I! j irris wiih a bullet
wound In rhe right temple. A revolver
was nearly, but murder ls inspected
as there are no powder marks nn the
fleih uch b�� would appeal! If the gun
bad been fired liy himself. Footprints
of ;��� man and a I, y wer- to be seen
where the body lay. He left home
early last evening and is believed to
have bad a considerable som of money
hut only five centa v.aa found In ills
pnektts.
WAS   SHE   JEALOUS ?
Man    Who    Suppt rled    Ten    Grooms
Comes in for Female Knocks.
hnspitaL    London,   April  i     ilarvey   Btaple-
gunshot | nn B pride In the pi -.aession nf a gold
Inflicted I medal  presented tn him  by    tho    ten
jrati ful bridegrooms whom    he   han
served  ns  bes'   man,  has  received    a
.-tide Jar since the presentation wns
made publlo, on account of an avalanche of feminine crit'clsm.
SIR
RCDMOND  Pom in
STARTS  FOR   HOME
One woman avei
Rarleton nay hav
inrd   he bas m t
deal.    She dcclan
the   medal   winner
Mr.
re-
b that while
* established
������nde himself an
i wl'h scorn that
should   have  been
gold
two-en SOh and 600 morn passengers
frpTtj the LAke Mnnltoba nrriv-iirt al the
tC. P. IL from Montreal.
milting suicide In mld-alr and gave
as a reason Ihat he hnd been a victim Tif many Intrigues.
Winnipeg, -Vpnl 1. Sir llndrncnd
Roblin his started for home, having
left South Carolina yesterday. Ile will
spend a few duyH al Clifton Springs,
near Buffalo, to Visit Hon. C. Camp-
hell, minister nf public wrrks, who is
recuperating there, surrounded by his
family.
It Is said that Sir Hodmnnd wlll arrive In Winnipeg about the end of the
week bill ll will he several weeks hi ���
fore lltn, Mr. Campbell will return.
i;ivi-ii a leather tnstead    of   a
medal,  nnd continuing  she shvs
'" n'icv a mnn going abn"t fnr year.i
ilk" ti-pt. tnb:'ig >������!-! In other people'B
weddings and never hs'-'lni: one nf h's
yp. Farcv e " *��������� gotna abiul fer
'/eir-i s'ticii-*-. 'The Vc'nr thit Breath
���d O'er K'len.' and then being enn-
lent to go on living In lodgings, un-
touched by lhe romance and poetry
nf II. all,
"I Bhould 'bink tho presence of such
i perBon would oasl a gloom over nny
wedding
anv g'rl could expeel her host friends
to he bridesmaids when there wns to
be'a*" undertaker like lhal for bo��t
man."
GERMAN   r.-omriP.  SETTLES
TROUBLE   WITH   TENANT
Berlin,   April   1     The   Girm'in   em
oeror'a trouble with his tenanl il
8obPt, han been settled amicably after
being before the courts for several
months. The tenant has consented to
vacate his farm voluntarily nlthnugh
his   lease  has   five  years  to  run.
The consideration paid him has not
I nm sure I do not see hnw jbccii made public bul  he Is to receive,
the order of the royal crown as a token !
nf the emperor's    retraction   nf   his I
statement  that he bad thrown out his
tenant  because he  was  Inefficient.
TYPICALLY CANADIAN
IT is characteristic  of  us ils Canadians  to
prefer the things that havc been tried and
found true, rather than to experiment.
It is typically Canadian, the way McLaughlin Cars
havc attained and maintained their position of Favorite
amuni; Canadian Motorists.
There may hc rmintrirfl where n fi-nkiih body deiign���a new
clutch -nr Home other -such "talking polnl" - will command neriom
���Mention.
nut ln-rc in British North America, we pin our faith to such
tried siircewtes us tbe Mclaughlin < 'nr.    We leel s.iie in -selecting a
McLaughlin becauie of the -IO  >cars'   buccBM  in i-irriage-mal(ui��
ami tlie 5 years' BUCCessin cur building that the name "McLaughlin'
represents.
Call and sec these carjuat our new showrooms or I'hone 691, 196 or 59 and arrange
for demonstration.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER WEDNE8DAY,   APRIL   2,   1913
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE #!V��
ANOTHER SOCCER
LEAGUE FORMED
ML SEASON OPENS
IN COAST LEAGUE
LAWN   TENNIS  CLUB.
| Meeting   Calleti  for This  Evenln-j   to
Discuss Season's Prospects.
Big Crowd Attend Games and Season
is Now In Full 8wlng���    ,.  ^
Chilly Weather.
Question as to Whether It Will  Join
B. C. A. A. U. Left Over Until
Next  Meeting.
The uunual meeting of the Westminster Lawn Tennis club wlll bt��
held Ihls evening in the office of Diamond & Corbould In thc Westminster
Trust block.
With a large Increase of members , a. A. U. and Secretary Milton Oppen-
e f.eS��LT one of tho best ex-helmor made a strong plea with the I
perenced b> tho .local club and while delegates asking them to gather un-
��� Tho Mainland Soccer Football
union came Into existence In Vancouver last evening when a largely represented number of clubs met In the
Vancouver Athletic club. Whether tbe
union will affiliate with thc B.C.A.A.U.
remains to be seen as the matter was
sent back to the clubs who will Instruct their delegates to vote either
for or against the proposition when
V.-.i: next meeting is held.
Dr. Davidson, president of the B. C.
CARPENTERS and MECHANICS
Walk up Sixth street and see our display of tools.
It will pay you.
M.J. KINIGMT&CO.,Lfc���l.
55 SIXTH  STREET.
PHONE 237.
We Act as Agents Only fer the Purchase and 8ale of Real  Estate.
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
No. 15���Two large lots on Fifth Btreet, 105x148% feet, all cleared.
Price $3300; one-third cash, balance arranged.
No. 139���Three lotB on Hamilton street, close to Twelfth, 44x140
feet each.   Price $950 each; one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Fine corner on First street and Fifth avenue, 84x104 feet, all
cleared: facing Queens park; paved street, etc. Price $3000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
I     Head Office: Columbia and Begble Streets, New Westminster.
no Intercity matches were staged the
local tournaments excitid no littlo Interest.
San  Francisco, April  1.
der the wings of the amateur body
and even went bo far as to suggest
thnt the Dominion Football assocla-
1 h'H >'('ar ll |B h��Pc<1 to urrange tion was heading for the rocks
-The open-; matches with Victoria and Vancouver! Mr. Jack Phillips, representing the
ing game here of the coast league playing on home and home courts and I Westminster City league attended
went 10 innings to a 3 to 2 victory , every member of the club ls request-i the Vancouver gathering entering a
for Portland. Despite chilly windy ed to attend tonight'B meeting bo that \ protest against a snap vote being tak-
weather thn estimated attendance ran : nn excellent start maybe made. I en  as  to  whether  the  new  organiza-
near   10,00(1   and   a   rousing   greeting'    The merting will open at 8 o'clock. I tlon  should  affiliate   with  the  BC.A
waB  given   by   the   home   team   boys i i A.U.    His protest gained favor and a
and the visitors when they appeared **************** point of order being raised the matter
on the field following the parade ��� OVER THE FOUL LINE. ���|was left on thc table for further con-
through  the streets of the city. *****************   slderation.
John  Lii Sullivan's appearance call-     '���
ed forth a lusty roar and the din re '.    f'arr'";t8 outfit in the House league
doubled when Mayor James Kolph, Jr.   c*.'P'"i'd two games out of three fro
breeds ct  pointers and    setters    has I youngster, abd tells of how that little
been  inspired   by  the  liritish  society
and its offshoots. America now has
some of the best field trial dogs In
tlie wcrld, and even in England some
Of the best sporting canines are descended from dogs imported from
Labrador.
BASEBALL   LANDMARK.
The New York Athlelic Club will
act as host today at tbo eighth annual trap shooting competition for the
amateur championship of America.
The preliminaries are scheduled for
todav, with the title finals to be de-
\ elded tomorrow.
one twines Uself around this cbild-
hating bachelor's heart and eventually
through artlessness brings together a
loving couple.
Manager Wright has spared no expense in trying to give this city the
very best possible, and will bring the
New York production here, complete
in every detail.
pitched  the  firBt  ball.    The  blare of
the band was lost ln the cheering.
n. II. B.
Portland      3 14    ]
San  Francisco       2    5    1
Batteries-lllgglnbotham   and   Flsh
er, Berry;  Henley and Spencer.
At Sacramento, Cal.
R. U.K.
Sacramento      5    6    2
Oakland       2    6    2
Batteries���Stroud  and  Illlss;   Greg-
cry  and   Mitzc.
.. At  l.os Angeles.
H. H. E
Lefty" Peterson's agregatlon of pin
smashers Mouday evening on the Club
alleys, losing ln the Bacond game by
only ono pin.
'linier pulled down high Individual
with 209, while several near centuries
were made. The scores were as fol-
Inwa:
Fotherlngham 114    145    152-
Timcr    135    124    209-
Slnclalr    138    174    136-
Qlfford    121    124    128-
Peterson    138   133
Highlanders Ground at New York Be
ing  Torn   Down.
New  York, April   1.���American lea
gue    baseball     park   on   Washington
Heights,  fourteen  years the home of
the   Highlanders,   was   given  over  to
the wreckers today and the work of
4j]j tearing   down   the   grand   stand   and
4gg   bleachers was begun.   The timber has
448; been   bought  by   a  construction   firm
373  and   will   be  used   for  shortening  up
646   700
l,oB  Angeles       '
Venice       !
Batteries   Chech   and   Boles
nnd Tonneman.
Athletics Win First.
Philadelphia. Pa.. April 1.���The Phil
adelphla and National II. B, teams
played the first games of the spring
series for the city championship here
this afternoon and the former worlds
champions won by the B-sore ef 8 too.
Wychnff. a recruit, pitched for the
Americans and allowed but six hits.
It II. E.
Americans 8 12    1
Nationals   n   0   1
Batteries    Wyckoff and Evans; Tay
lor,  Howley  and  I.alonge.
7   2 Coghlan   178 168
4    1   Collins    152 141
Hltl  Koblnson    114 131
Briuset  139 117
Garrett   173 142
���������������������������������������������������
��� TODAY  IN  PUGILISTIC ��� I
��� ANNALS. *\
*****************
1903���Marvin      Hart.     white    heavy-1
weight,  defeated  Jack    Itonnar
In  four  rounds at  Louisville.
1903���Billy  Woods and    Joe Walcott
fought  20  round  draw at    Los 1
Angeles.
112- 383 ; Purposes In the building of the city's   1903 -Austin  Rice and  Kid  Goodman
��� new  subway system.    The team  will j foll(,ht 15 TOlind draw at North !
737���2083  I'lay on  the  Polo Grounds, the home 1 Walpole,  Vt
jof the Giants, this year.    Next spring   1909���Willie !.'
144��� 490  a  new   park  near   the   Harlem   rlvei
141  - 434   now under construction wlll be ready
139��� 381 I
182��� 438
145��� 460
TODAY
,TWENTV  WORST  BLUNDERS
IN  HISTORY OF BASEBALL
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751���22161    When    Cincinnati     traded    a    kid
named Mathewson for a great pitcher
BASEBALL LOOKS
Palclii'll  has made good on the defense while Gregory has shown signs
of becoming one of the stars on the
home if he received the proper training.    This   year   the   seniors  are   go-
I ing  to  take  an  intoresl  in  the  aina-
| ictir.i in order to make the Mann Cup
��� Kaniru  more   interesting  analnut   Van-
rrlrat  Meeting  Held Laat Evening  De-, COUVPr Bnrl   victoria.
named Russia.
When St.  Louis trailed Three finger
Iirown to Chicago for Jack Taylor.
(,���,. . , , .,, , When Charles Webb Murphy Btood
..,    ��.'���,, "7;V���    ,t" >" ""'" ,""!'" ",r' >f'bh.v of the Waldorf and called
he Salmon   icily I ne-np when spring , ,,���,������ Breanahan a policeman.
training starts.   BUJ Patchell cf Sap-     Wh,.n .,��������� And,rsPon 8tole ifiCond
perton,  and   Leo  Gregory,   who  havejwllh ������.,,��� nn
figured  on   the  senior amateur  team      Wbf,n Jark ,-llP8brr,  lo8t a worl(j..
or the rust two seasons have been cbamplonsblp on a wild pitch
Invited to train with the Minto Cup
holdera and will have a chance tu
break Into the game this season.
ewis, American, defeati
ed  Herbert    Synnott    In  seven
rounds at Brussels.
1909���Charley     Goldman     outpointed
Young  Ilritt  in    20  rounds    at i
Savannah, Ga.
1912���Luther  McCarty    knocked    out j
Big  Bill   Schultz  in  first  round |
at Springfield, Mo.
CITY
When Merkle failed to touch second
and lost a pennant.
when Matty grooved one for Baker,
Win n Charles Webb Murphy    pan-
inert ihe national commlBeioiL
When Clark Griffith allowed Miller
Hi'ci'lns to leave Cincinnati.
Win -1 Bill Rinohman loafed on his
itrounder   10   Uobbv   Wallace   at
lx*>"it-,, October 4. 1908
"Redemption"
A MODERN MORAL
DRAMA IN 3 REELS
ADOLPHO
WIZARD  ACCORDIANIST
Privettes and Co.
BLACK  ART NOVELTY
PJETE MURPHY
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES.
BANK, OFFICE, AND STORE FITTINGS, SHOW
CASES, SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS, TURN-
ING, FRAMES, INSIDE FINISH,
GENERAL MILL WORK.
Phone 473 Beach St., Lulu Island.
?    ?    ?   HAVE YOU SEEN   111
Our assortment of Royal Victoria China consisting of Chocolate
Cocoa and Tea Sets, on display in our window.
We are ln 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   pattern ���    n>-
Belected with care, and we handle only the latest styles appropriate
for the different rooma of the house.
C. N. Edmonson & Co,, Cor 6th Ave. and 12th Street
BAKER & McCAULEY.
Ladies and gentlemen's tailoring.   A fine stock from
which to select your Easter Suit.
Eighth St. Dunsmuir Block.
notes   Strong   Interest   Toward
City   League���Four  Teams
Edison   Theatre
"The Grim Toll of War" is a thrilling picture film which will be shown
at  tie   Edison     theatre    todav     and
Thursday, depicting scenes of Hie American civil  war.
Anyone who has read of this great
St.   civil   war  but-wmn   the flower  of   tbe
i northern statea pitted againat the tol-
Wlth tiie first breath" of Bprlng
the telegraph operator at Cornwall
adjusts liis instrument anil sends out
the, annual dispatch that Joe Lally i
is going west. The report Is always
denied a few days later. "Twaa ever
thiiH.
Three   teams   at   least   with   a   possibility  Of  another entering   the   race
will   he  the attractions  In city   Ii.ibi- i
ball this coming summer. At a meet- ;
Ing of the magnates held  In the Col- ]
iiinhla pool  purlers last evening Manager Graham,  Maiden  and Chockley,
of   the   Moose.   Balmorals  and   Mn"l"
Leafs     respectively,       reported     that
enough players were on deck ti) form
teams,  although  the  Hals  and   Leafs
will  give  tkclr  final  decision on  the
matter   at   the   next   meeting   to   bo
held Thursday evening,  April 10.
The question as to the amateur
status of the players and whether tho
league will affiliate with the local
branch of the A. A. A.IT. was dlscvus-
sod at length, Mr. Sovereign representing the amateur organization.
Although nothing definite was decided upon It is highly Improbable
thai the league will join hands with
the union for aencrding lo several
of Ihe members Pf the team It  might
lead   to   complications   when   playing
with   or   agalimt   out  of   town   teams
that would tend to dls-upt 'he league
The st�� alters on  the  v hole  slaied
that lh" system In vog-" last summer
was h'ghly  satisfactory  both  to  the
players n-1 th" fu"i who attend  the
games -   il  If the latter are satisfied
with  the  r'lialeur  brand  Bcrved  out Crvstal Palace
there Is little MttBon why they should   v--'�� '" **���'' * ���?*����������� ">l,lop
gather under the folds of thn P. C. A.
A. 11. and then be tied down with th"
lindeflnable   rilfc'H   that   exist   ln   tho
latter body.
The crux nf the situation apparently lies In the fact  thnl the aniatetirs
nnd   professionals   plav   together   at
times even though the latter may not
be ncceptlng money.    Every team  In
the  league  las.  �����' ���j*"*"   ,��� ������ Mcretary of the latter club
on  an  amateur basis snd  wnat  mm
collections were  taken  up at  Queens
park  were  turned  Into the coffers of
Zl^r^iZ^'he cK'tnl i Burnsby May Appoint Beard to Govern
,",rM'h 'nZrXZ'ZZ thi W The question of appointing a com-
<K .""^���, �� , i.Imr is secretary, mission to take charge of boxing bouts
* -with 11111 Maiden acting usjccrctary.  ^ browfttd ,n the Bumaby council
��� meeting on  Monday by Chief Parkin
"SO-LONG BILL Bon wno ln n |ettl,r llRkp(| ,|lat Bttn���,
��� ��� , _ .,���   be taken under discussion.
Bill  Turnbull,  Famoui  Salmon  Deny,      Rvpr sln(%fl (h(, ciooil H:irrii-aii  fight
Leaves City Sunday. |n Edmond8 n few weeks ago the ones
Laying down his pen en the last nay , (|n[| ^M (i(pl| ft mlltlfr ,,f comment, nl-
Of    March,    Bill    Tumi ull. lhe  well  though hy a vote tho council favored
Jmown laorosre player, started on niB g|V|ng ,,,.^,11^ for contests of thiB
three  months  have of absence  rrom , k(nd Eo ]Qnfr Rg tho cvi<nlg arc on th���
the Dominion ouBtomB department ana   Rq,mr(,
will leave for the Cariboo district on      Tm> oomm|M|on |,i���n WftB tabled for
Sunday where he intends spending the  (:1)p W|,(,k |j) or(lPr t|mt ,-,,,, Tnui,.s by-
I law   might   be   amended   and   In   the
When  Sherwicd  Magee bolted Fin-; lowers   below   the   Mrsoii   and   Dixie
ncrnn on the bnele. )jne w|*|] appreciate these films.    The
When Pittihurc and Detroit passed   drama Is In two parts and hinges on
up c.rover Cleveland Alexander. a  iove affair between  a  southern ar-
When    Cincinnati      allowed    Marty   mv m!u, an(1 a g|r] (rom tn(, north.
O'Teole tn ret anav without a trial, The film  wlll  be shown  In this city
When   "ughev  .Ienn'i""<   under-esti-   for the first time this afternoon,
meted Babe Adams In 1909. 	
When   Bresnahan     made    faces    nt j ROYAL THEATRE.
Cmn're  nillv  Klem.
Odle Cleghorn, the hockey star who
played a Btellar game In this city laat
week, is en the reserve llpt of the
Montreal International club's list.
Thai Is about as near ns Odle will
get to the betting order.
One cannot touch Ihe Moose out
fit with a ten-foot pole these days
The latest is that the club will enter
a team In the Intercity baseball lea
gue, ihus having two teams in this
city.
Yes, blame it on the Irish. A mem
ber of the Kngiish National Cyclists
I'nion keens a black list nf dugs that
cause accidents to cyclists. Irish terriers arc stated to be the worst of
fenders.
The Astnn Villa grounds at Illrm
Ingham will lie the scc.i of the re
played semi-final between Burnley
and Sunderland, All the signs point
to a victory for the linker Park men
but the Burnley players have come
through wl'h several upsets Ihls sea
son, su Ihat they may emerge frcm
the   contest   and   have   to   meet   the
About time for baseball players who
are strangers ln lhe city tn come for
ward and nnni-uince themselves, Herb
Ityall. J. II Chockley and Hill Graham are only too anxious to give any
bcidv 0  chance.
The same applies to cricketers. Tlle
local club mnde n good showing last
sra.ien In lhe league.    Mr. F. A. Hose
BOXING   COMMISSION.
Itupert Jeffkins, is coming to town.
Ile is declared to be the speed king
of tbe world. He will show 3000 feet
of film ami th,' world's championship
automobile race on the Indianapolis
Speedway.
He will teli at the Iloyal theatre on
Friday only how he drove In this race
115   miles   an   hour,  faster  than   any;
other human being ever travelled be-^
fore.
These marvellous films have created
~       ,. In great sensation from New  York to-j
London, April l.-~Thc Lincolnshire ,San Francitc0 ami from San Francisco
Handicap, 1600 sovereigns, one mile, t0 Beftttla and Friday New Westmin-
WOB won today by A. K. Barton B Ber- gter wjM ,���, able t0 gee ,h(, world's
rillilon hy B-rrlll-Contrlbtition. a four j grcatoin automobile race vet, as half
U'hen Horace Fngel switched hla
f.imctfl Herrmann-Murphy letters.
When McGraw parted with Mike
Donlln.
When !.nu Crlger touted Ty Cobb
as -1   honehead.
When Genree Mull'n said Joe Jackson couldn't hit.
Comfortable Family  Hotel
Forty minutes run from New Westminster on G. N. Ry.   All trains
stop at White Rock.
Fifty rooms, large Dining Hall, magnificent view of Bay and Gulf,
only five minutes from Railway Depot; Hot and Cold Water. Rooms
can be engaged en suite, suitable for children and families. European
and American plan; gymnasium hall ln connection, also a store containing full line ot groceries. For terms and rates apply
'White Rock, B.C. P. OREVELL, Proprietor.
**���
100 TO
SHOT WINS
THE  LINCOLNSHIRE
year old  cnlt,  carrying    7    ftone
pounds, nnd starting nt 100 to 7.
T. Martin's Junior. 100 to S was second and Sir W. Nelson's Grammont.
1,1 to 1, third W. Hall Walker's
Cuthbert, starting at 100 to 6, finished
first, but an objection was laid and
sustained by tho stewards.
* ' a million people paid $!> to $50 to Bee
thia race at Indianapolis.
���������������������������������������������������
��� SPORTOGRAPHY ���
��� (By "Gravy.") ���
���������������������������������������������������
British  Defender Won't Compete.
Monaco's international motor boat
racing meet commences today under
tho    auspices    of    the    Ititornatiotiitl j (t Vvill tie
Sperling Club of  Monlo Carlo.    (Inly
Mr.   Jeffkins   will   describe   every;
minute of the 500 mile race, will tell |
of all Iho dare-devil drivers, finch as
Bruce   Hrown,   De  Palma  and  others j
who risked their lives and over a million   dollars   in  this   record   breaking
race,
Jeffkins In the Indianapolis race av- J
eraged h'i miles an hour for 495 miles,
Often exceeding a 8peed  of 115  miles
[an hour on the straightaway courpe.
It is :t fact  thai It  took 75 motion
i picture ma.-liin s to take    the    films]
I that you will tee at the Royal,
To all those who love tin- automobile
a hall raising exhibition. It j
THE GRIM
TOLL OF
WAR
in two parts
Vitagraph
"O'HARA'S   GODCHILD."
Comedy   Drama
Pathe  Plays
"THE   ELECTRO   TYPING
PROCESS
Song by Miss France-^ Hamilton
The Durbar at
Delhi
India ceremonies in connection with the proclamation cf
George as  Kmperor of India.
The   Regular Program   in   Add!-'
tlon.
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters ot credit
���old payable in all parts of tbe world. Savings bank department ai
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets ���
D. O. WIL80N, Manager.
niimmi'r. ,.���
Hill's departure will be generally
regretted In Ihls cily ns he bus rlRen
frnm n. member or the Junior lacrosse
league In thnt nf being mixed up wltn
the world'* champions, 1
However, he had made up his mind j
In try a different Ollmate, a different,
nlr and   If  lh<'  upper country   agrees
with hlm he Intends to make his home
up there  for keeps.    Just what  busl-
he will enter In Is yet unknown*
meantime  do  permits   for    holding
bonths  wlll bs given  by  the  chief  of
police.
Burns and Pelkey Matched.
Cnlgnrv, April 1. Tommy Hums,
former heavyweight champion of the
world, In nn effort to come back, wlll
meet Arthur Pelkey In a six round
bout tomorrow nighl.   I'elkey secured
One American boat Ib entered, most Of
the craft Ihat will compete representing France, Italy and England. The
DnglUb International trophy defender
Cordon Houge Majeur la not to be
seen at Monaco, M was expected.
The greatest luterest attaches to
Ihe contests for waterplaneB, hydroaeroplanes and sea-going aeroplanes
us they are variously called, and there
ire 26 entrants of this type. The
wnterplane meet begins today with a
series of ellmlnatory trials, and wlll
conclude with two speed races. On
tho 12th there will be a circular race
from Monaco, by way of San Remo,
Monte Carlo and Beaullcu. and back
to Monaco, and on the 14th the meeting will concludo with a 500-kllometnr
race over a circular course In the
Hay of Monaco.
Five thousand dollars In prizes are
offered.    One pilot and one passenger
wlll have to be carried by each water-.
plane',   The competition, besides its
spectacular and sporting Interest,
promises to Rfford a thorough teat of
the newest types of seagoing air
craft,
i reijiilreb some nerve tu handle the 1
wheel ot n Mercedes automobile for,
five and a half hours at a stretch, but
Jefklnp, the Australian spiwd king,
says be would rather drive on the In-1
dlanapnlls speedway at a rate of 115;
miles an hour than face an audience j
in a theatre.
Jeffkins  will  be  In  the  great  1913
race and  will   be  at  the  wheel  of a I
Daimler, now being built In England.
Ills record established on the Indian-
Spoils Speedway  will  probably  never J
be equalled, the officials having mado 1
x ruling reducing the piston replace- j
ment from GOO cubic Inches to 460 cu-1
ble Inches.
The pictures with Jeffkins descrlh-
Ing them, have created a sensation all |
over America and have held largo audiences lu breathless wonder.
ness ne win '"'''" '" 'v|      ,    Ull   1 a (ivaW W|t|, Jess Wlllard last Bprlng
X\17aittlSf%WwSr��*��!���� ��oek  before tho lstter won from
ty
suooea
s In his new venture.
Luther McCarthy.
The Kngllsli Nnllvial Pointer and
Setter field trials, scheduled for this
month, have been abandoned, much
tn Ihe regret of tbe fanciers all over
the world. The English organization
was founded In 1SH6. and has been the
parent body of half n hundred Held
trial clubs In Ihn United states and
Canada, and of ''mllar clubs In South
Africa, Australia and continental
Europe
"A BACHELOR'S BABY."
Those who desire to enjoy a good
hearty laugh are promised an opportunity to Indulge hy witnessing the
presentation at the opera bouse tomorrow evening of Francis Wilson'B
Now York comedy success, "The
Bachelor's Baby.,'
Henry Buckler, thnt well known I
comedian, will have the stellar role I
and will he assisted by an nil star!
cast ot well known players. The piece j
Is said In conlnln an exceedingly
human story In which the comedy j
element predominates, but little sharp !
tugs at the heart strings every now I
and then bring forth the human In- i
teresl.
Thc   Btory Of   tho   play   tells of n j
child-haling  bachelor, being  suddenly
The    groat    improvement    In   the j made  the guardian    of    an    orphan
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
Francis Wilson's Comedy
Success
Thursday Eve.,
April 3rd
"The
Bachelor's
Baby"
With Henry Buckler and Baby
Wilson. Supported by a New
York   Metropolitan  Cast.
Seats on sale at Tidy, the Florist's, 7.19 Columbia street, Tele-
phono 1.184.
Prices $1.50, $1.00,  75c and  50c
Alfred W. MacLeod, the Insurance Man. Agencies :
Established     Assets
Hallway Passenger Assurance Co. of London ...    1849 )   8,000,000
Guaranteed by the North British      Mercantile
insurance Co. of lxmdon       1809 105,000,000
Palatlnn Insurance Co. of London     1886 9,000,000
Guaranteed  by the Commercial Insurance Com-
.pany of Ixjndon     1861 90,000,000
Niagara Fire Insurance Co. of New York        1860 6,000,0Q0
Svea Fire and Life Insurance Co. of Sweden  ..    1866 14,000,0*00
Westminster  Trust   Block Phone 52.
If you read THE NEWS you get all the news.
Special Feature Program at the
City Theatre
Wednesday and Thursday.
"5nou; White"
ttsate
in Three Reels.
..11  11
	
The most gorgeous interpretation of one of
Grimm's fairy tales. The old folks will be delighted
because it will recall the tender memories of childhood ; the children will adore it because it is beautifully staged. PAUB   MK
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
WEDNESDAY,  APRIL   2,   1913
Classified���One cent per word per
cy; 4c per word per week; 15o per
month; 5,000 words, to be used as re-
��� mired wlttln one year Irom date of
it.ntracL $25.00.
Birth or Marriage Notices 50o.
Death Notice 6bc or wltb Funeral Notice 11.00. Card ot Thank* 60c per
���nch.
The Want Ads. are
Salesmen, Peacemakers,
Puzzle-solvers, Loss-adjusters, Business-detectives, Task-doers.
They are Militant Co-operators
with the man who has property
of any sort to sell���with the
business man, or housewife, who
ls "upset" by the loss of "help"
���with the anxious work-seeker,
against whom the rest of mankind BomeUmas seemB to be hos-
tllely arrayed���with the landlords who unexpectedly lose tenants���with the businesB men
who need more capital���with
all who have confronting them
a "want ad task!"
They aro as completely at
YOUR SERVICE aB are the
street cars or telephoneB���but
their capacity for serving you
is much wider, while just as
available.
FOR    RENT��� FURBISHED    ROOMS
with board. 125 Third aveuue 11180)
KOR RENT-LARGE KRONT DEO-
room. furnished, with board. 715
5th avenue.
(985)
COMPLETE FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms, also phone, $14 to
$20 per month, at 224 Seventh
street. (975)
FOR    RENT-TWO   UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, 503 Agnes St.
(966)
FURNISHED FIVE ROOMED BON-
galow for rent at once. Phone
It  1283 or R 331.
NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM
for rent; use ol kitchen and dining
room.   I'hone 1129. (940)
FOR RENT ��� PART OF LARGE
store on Begbie Btreet. Oood Bhow
window. Cheap rent. Apply Box
947 Nows office. (947)
TO RENT���THREE UNFURNISHED
heusekeepinc rooms. Apply $14 Carnarvon streot. (934)
TO RBNT���TWO LAUGH! ANB TWO
small room* over the News office.
Suitable for club or tigbt naaufac
turing purposes. Wlll lease for two
or three year teres, singly or eo bloc.
Apply to Maaager tbe News.
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WANTED���PAINTER   FOR   A   FEW
days.   Apply 43 Royal avenue. (988)
NEW AGENCY FOR NEW WESTMINSTER AND ERASER VALLEY
���agents wanted for Commercial
Proposition. Must have $500 to
$5000 capital. Will give a net PROFIT of 100 per cent, on Investment
with services. Capital absolutely
secured. NO RISK OR SPECULATION IN THIS AT ALL. If you
write Post Office Box 1016. Vancouver, B. C. we will be glad to
make an appointment. 1983)
EXPERIENCED  DRESSMAKING  BY
the day.    Box 973, News Office.
WANTED TO RENT-SMALL FUR-
Dished cottage. Apply Box 967,
Nowb Office.
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day.    Apply Box 965, Daily News.
WANTED���SMALL, CLEAN HOUSE
10 good condition, three or tour
rooms. In good neighborhood. Rant
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IF CANADA FAILS
BRITAIN STEPS IN
Churchill   Shows   How   Dreadnoughts
Offered by Dominion Are Urgently
Needed for Empire Defence.
London, April 1.���The debate on
the report stage of the navy vote In
ihe house of commons last night
brought forth an IntereBting reply
from Right Hon. Winston Churchill
to Lord Charles Beresford's statements on questions of manning and
the standard of the navy.
The flrst lord dwelt on Lord
Charles' statement that if Great
Britain were to go to -war now the
navy would be 20,000 men short. This
statement, Mr. Church declared, waB
damaging and whoUy untrue.
The active service personnel of the
navy was 139,000, of Whom 95,000
were actually on board seagoing ships,
while  44,000  were In    harbor    ships,
LORD IVEAGtl PUNS
TO GROW TOBACCO
Orders Three Million Seeds from Virginia to Begin  Industry In
England.
London, Murch 13.���A hundred
acres of land in various parts of England will be growing tobacco this
summer. This is tho limit of the
area on which the Inland revenue
authorities wlll allow a rebate of one-
third the excise duty���the sole encouragement those who are foBterlng
this struggling branch of agriculture
can obtain from the government.
On Lord lveagh'a eBtate, near Thet-
ford, on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, 25 acres are to be placed under
tobacco cultivation; In Hampshire a
large acreage will be given up to
tobacco by Mr. Brandon, a well
known grower there; at Ncthwold,
Norfolk, Major Whltmore will have six
acres planted, and the Brookville
Small Holders' Society, in the neigh
boring village of Stoke Ferry, six
acres,    and In    North Wales, Dorset
barracks and training establishments
and the coast guard service, lf a I"����"���;a^W VarwVckshlrerScotTand
mobilization of the fleet were called I * 'elsewhere, individual experl-
L�����lrLO^���1.^,00���..O.f;,^,.. 4.1'��'��_W.��11" jmcnterB aro puttlnig down a few acres
apiece.
FOR RENT.
Three   room   furnished   suite,   with
bath;   heated;   hot and cold water.
Bradley Apartments.
12)8  Fifth Avenue Phone 750
FOR SALE
FOR SALE- MAHOOANY AND OAK
Furniture.     Box   981,   Newa   Office.
FOR    SALE���ONE    OF    MY    TWO
hunting dogs, your choice of Pointer or Setter.     Apply   P.O.   Box   865,
city. (984)
MR.     RENTER���DO     YOU     KNOW
that the mouey you are now paying I
out for rent  would soon pay for a
homo of your own and on Just aa
easy   terms.    The  owner  of  Borne ���
beautiful view property haB Instructed   ub   to  sell   the   few   remaining
lota and  we feel that the price we '
are  asking  and   the  terms   we are |
offering will be sufficient to dispose
of them  quickly.    ThlB property ls
admirably   located,   being   right   at
the city  limits on  full open  street
and   la.ne.     Only   two   blocks   from
,     car.     City   tight   and   water   adloln-
\    tag.    Vrlce t3��B, only ��75 cash, bat
ance   $U>   per   month.     Call   at  our
office and  wo will  be glad  to give
particulars   or   show   the   property.
be Immediately available to bring tho
ships of the second fleet up to full
war stage.
"I am quite willing," said the first
lord, "to have these facts verified by
any two honorable gentlemen on the
front opposition benches because I
will not have untrue statements circulated all over the country to the de-1 ^dern "umes
trlment of our naval prestige and
efficiency."
Ships for World Service.
Coming to the question of responsibility of the British empire, both in
the Pacific and the Mediterranean,
tho first lord stated that it was clear
that unless further steps were taken
by Oreat Britain or the overseas
dominions, the margin of strength
available for the whole world service
would not be aufficient after 1916.
From this point of view, he affaired,
the reality of the need for Canadian
ships can well be appreciated, for they
would raise the margin of strength
for general defence after meeting the
needs of the home waters as follows:
1915���Fourth quarter, 9 ships.
1916���First quarter, 13 ships; aecond quarter, 8 ships; third quarter, 8
ships;  fourth quarter, 10 ships.
1917���First quarter, 12 ships, Snd
so on.
This, Mr. Churchill Btated. would be
nth average of ten vessels for, whole
wrjrld service of the empire, and ln
the absence of any further developments in the Mediterranean and the
Pacific this would be sufficient, but lf
nny new developments took place of
such kind as to affect the admiralty
plans or If the Canadian ships wore
to miscarry for any reason, the situation would have to be reviewed.
A Real Emergency.
lt would be premature at the pres
ent moment, resumed Mr. Churchill,
to  nay   anything mor��  on  tb��  subject
SHORT TM Un
TO GET ON LIST
Voters Must Register on New List by
April 7���Every Opportunity
Offered.
A few days ago an order for ten
ounces of tobacco seed was sent to
Virginia by J. C. Wallis, of Peterborough, who is superintending the
cultivation of Lord Iveagh's tobacco
This is the largest order for tobacco
seed emanating from England In
There will be 3.000,-
000 seeds In the ten ounces. So fine
are they that it is necessary before
sowing to mix them with 15 or 20
times their bulk of dry ashes or sand
ESCAPED MUTINEERS
BY DYING HIS SKIN
Romance of New Marquis   of   Sllgo���
Served   as   Captain   During
Afghan  War.
London, April 1.���The Marquis of
Sligo, who died suddenly at hia London residence recently, was within a
month of his eighty-third birthday.
The dead peer was born In the year
which saw the coronation of William
IV., and bo lived under four sovereigns of England.
At the age of twenty he went from
Halleybury college Into the Bengal
civil service, and continued to serve
in India for thirty-five years. This,
of course, in eluded the mutiny period.
During part of that dreadful time hiB
young wife and little son were In
great peril from the rebels.
The Earl of Altamont, who now suc-
ccedK at the age of fifty-seven, to the
^ .*?.' ,*'������""""���  "'".""   "". ���������"'   ������J"-->-- 1 mavtiulBttte  of   SU-KO.   lu   U��o   mm   refer
but tt In necRB-aary to make clear that I     rt \        ,u     mother   wan    Own
National    Finance   Company,
521  Columbia  street.
Ltd,
FOR SALE���SIX HOLE EMPIRE
steel range, cheap; 211 Oakland
street, (960)
FOR SALE ��� (UIRNEY OXFORD
range and Buck heater, 511 Ninth
street. (949)
FOR SALE CHEAP-NEARLY  NEW
corrugated   iron     water    tank,    500
gallons;     also    small    dash    churn,
-i basin,    print,    etc.     Goo.    Rumble,
Jubilee.   B.C, (9391
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice ia hereby given that the flrst
Bitting of tho Court of Revision en
tho Assessment Roll for 1(13 will be
hald at tho Council Chamber, Glty
Hall, New Westminster, B.C., on the
16th day of April, 1918, at 11 a.m.
Notice of any complaints must be
given to the Assessment Commissioner In writing at least ten days
previous to the silting of the Court.
Dated at Now Westminster, B.C.,
the 17th day of  March,  1913.
W. A. DUNCAN,
(882) City  Clerk.
tlie three shipH which are under discussion 'in Canada are absolutely re*
quired from 1916 onward for whole
world service, apart altogether from
the needs of home  waters.
They will play a real part In the
defence of the empire, but If they fail
a gap will be opened which will have
to be lllled np by further sacrifices
���without delay.
This fact that theBe ships are neces-
'sary. pointed out the speaker Is no
I measure of their value. Their value
'far exceeds the value of three ships
Britain can herself build three ships.
only
twenty years of age, and he was an
infant of seven  months.
They were at Banklpur, when the
native brigade in the district resolved
to rebel and murder the Europeans,
News of the plot was brought to Han-
kipur hy a sepoy, and the Europeans
wero crowded into the house of tlie
British commissioner, which was hurriedly fortified.
The morning brought some relief,
and the mother drove four miles down
the river bank to an opium store,
which had been also fortified, to stay
with  friends.    She resolved, however.
By an act passed at the recent session of the provincial legislature
every --otor tn B. C. Irrespective
of party, creed or position was disfranchised. Entirely new voters 'lists
were opened and on these every fully
qualified elector must again register
his name by April 7, or lose his power
to vote In any election, provincial or
Dominion that might occur during the
next few months.
Citizens of New Westminster by
the appointment of a score or more
of special commissioners by the government have every opportunity to
hand to place their names oa the new
list* long before the date above mentioned. A number have already Performed this duty but others falling to
realise the Importance of the act or
being unacquainted with the necea-
slty of registering have not done so.
To the latter special attention is called to the list of commissioners and offices given below from wbich application forms can be secured and properly
filled ln:
The Conservative club rooms, day
and night.
Office of Tho British Columbian.
Oray & GIlchrlsL
T. J. Trapp & Co.
City Hall.
Pickel & Hunt comer Braid and
Columbia streets,'day and night.
City   Market.
M. J. Knight & Co.
J. E. Brown & Co.
Lees Limited.
Tho Labor Temple.
Thomas Rutledge, Westminster
Trust block.
Mr. T. Gifford, Jeweler.
Messrs. Wm. Pope, W. S. Phlpps,
Percy Hunt, J. E. Brown, Oeorge
Blakely. Clarence D. Pcele. D. E. MacKenzie, D. W. Gilchrist, R. A. Stoney,
James FerguBon, Charles Purvis,
Mathew J. Knight, John A. Lee, Thos.
Rutledge, Ralph Chorion, William Gifford, Nels Nelson, Alexander Garrett.
Charles M. Nicholson, Geo. Kennedy,
J. B. Jardine. H. Gilley, Geo. Mackie,
Ed. Goulet, J. S. Bryson, D. Douglas,
D. Macpherson, W. Maoadam, R. Buck
land, W. S. Johnson. H. J. Roughen.
A. II. Hahler. R. W. I.ane, P. B. En-
nis.  A,   L.  Lavery,  M   W.   Mtnthorne.
Ia addition to these commissioners
declaration may be made before tbe
mayor, any Justice of the peaoe, no
tary public, government .agent, assessor, mining roc-order, Judge of any
court, county clerk or assessor.
Applicants must be male British subjects and 21 years of age That thoy
hold such qualifications must be declared on oath beforo any of the commissioners or others authorized to
register.
but the fact of this great new nation Ito return to Banklpur for clothing for
coming forward with all ItH measure-j herself and infant, and was driving
less Btrength and possibilities testifies   back when the carriage was stoned by
FOR    SALE    CHEAP    HOUSES    IN
ail parts of Queensborough, $7ou up.
Als'i good     building    lots.    Queensborough Really  Co., Ewen    avenue.
(9431
BEE THE EVOLUTION OF A COOK
Stove,  Canada's    ���'ride    Malleable
Ranges |l.i l down, $l.nn per week.
Canada   Range  Co.,   Market   square.
(974)
FOUND.
FOUND PLATED WATER JUO,
engraved. Apply to (',. Niindly,
Knox street, Sapperton, |9'7)
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
Telephone 295.
P. O. Box 777.
Will take a city lot as a first payment
on a handsome new eight roomed
dwelling house with full slued lot.
No. 91.
Wlll take city property in exchange
for an eight acre farm at Sardis.
Five acres under cultivation, No. 6.
Will take a city lot as first payment
on Blx roomed house not quite completed and located an Sapperton.
House is all modern and Is valued
at 13300,    No. 37.
Cheap lot on Wise road, size 34x145.
$100 cash and nny old term for thn
balance.
V/lll take city property In exchange
for an eight acre farm near Sardis.
Five acres under cultivation. No. 6.
Three roomed house and large lot
near Edmonds for $900; easy terms.
No. 84.
Cwellest house In the city, on George
street. Interior finished in oak. Excellent plan.   Snap price.
Cottage to rent.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis Block, New Weetmlnoter, B.C.
'. .   .U..-.I-U-. .
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Lot 4, of Block 19, of part of Section 3,    Block J Nerth,    flange    7
We.Bt, Dinlrirt of New Westminster.
A  certificate, of Indefeasible tltln te
shove properly will he lBsued to Frank
N.  Trltea, on  the  l!th  day of  April.
1H13, unless in  thn meantime a valid
objection thereto be made to me    Is
writing by a person or persons claim
Ing an  estate or  Interest   therein, er
in any part thereof.
J. C. GWYNN,.
District Registrar of Tltlea.
Land  Registry Office,
New   Westminster,   B.C.,   February
2��th, 1913.
Thn person or persons having Is
their OUBtOdy or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property ure requested to deliver the
saino lo the undersigned.
(a) Deed dated the 2Sth day ef
November, 1S93, from Frank N Trltns
to Thomas llennett of the above described  property.
(b) Deed dated thn 12th day of
November, 1SII4, from Thomas Bennett
to Arnold Bennett of lhe above described property.
(c) Deed dated the 12th day of
October, 1900, from Arnold Bennett to
George W. Shay of the above do-
Hcrlbed property.
3, 0. GWYNN.
(754) District Registrar of Titles
to the enduring life of the British em
pire and lias already produced an impression throughout the world, of
mure value than any dreadnought,
and an Impression which conduces
both to the safely of the empire and
the peace of nations.
Difference in Methods.
The   differences   in   the   methods
which separate the proposal! if
Premier Burden's government from
those of thai far seeing statesman. Sir
Wilfrid i.aurlVr, are nol of vital Importance,
The admiralty has expressed Ita
opinion, as was its duty to do, as to
which was the must convenient
method and us to which ultl be the
must swift, helpful uud effective fur
the common gnml of the empire, bul
frum u wider standpoint than thai of
the admiralty the principle if can
'mla's coming forward to tho defence
^uf the empire Is of Inestimable value
and  ihat   is the principle
bulb Liberals   and Conservatives
Canada are ut une.
NOVEL  REWARD.
which |silver
a hudy of unlives
, Lying with her baby on the carriage
flour, they went safely through the
ordeal and regained the opium "fort."
This place was surrounded by rebelp
for a fortnight. The child, however,
was safely taken through the sepoy
lines by a faithful Indian nurse. Who
dyed his skin as a ruse to pass him off
as her own son.
A lung time passed before the hoy
was restored to his anxious parents,
who meantime had to go through u
further siege at Monghyr.
When the lad grew up he became a
captain (Captain Ulrlck Browne I In
the 12th Bengal Cavalry, and served
In the Afghan war of 1878-80, for
which he wears a medal and clasp
Wh, n he became Earl ol Altamont In
1904 he held a title which had nol
been used In tho family for a ecu
lury.
hi November last he and the count
ess,   ,i   Surrey   lady,  celebrated   their
IS NOT GRADUATED.
Tax    Tor    German  Army     Increase     It
Appeal   to   Prominent   Rich.
Berlin,     April     1.���The     Vosalsobe
Zeltung gives prominence  tu  a stuti-
ment that there is an extraordinary
movement in Berlin to induce the
Reichsiag to give the German government a "blank cheque" with regard
to the forthcoming fl50,000,000 sterling army Increase.
The movement, It Is staled. Is taking the form of an appeal to patriots
being circulated among prominent
persons. Il calls on the Reichstag to
sanction tlie government's military
proposals without knowledge of tlieir
extent or the character cf the sittia*
'inn.
Also it requests an arrangement In
view of ihe importance of the occasion to adopt the taxation proposals
without debate. This project is believed to emanate from the ultra
monarchical quarters of tbe Conservative party.
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Tel. 724.       Cor. Stith aad Columbia
P.O. Box 34 Dally Newe Bide
J. T. BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
Prlcea right   Satisfaction g-oaranto-ed
59  McKenzie St
POOL AND CHGAR8.
King's Hotel Pool Room
Beet Pool Tables tn the city. Fine
Uae af Cigars and Tobacco. Bportlnt
���rents bulletined.
A. O. BEATON. Proprietor.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Spring aad Summer Suitings
now ob display.   See them.    Perfect
Ot and workmanship guaranteed.   701
Front Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone IBS.      Barn  Phon. IS?
Begble Stratt.
Baggage Dellrete-i Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light aid Heavy Hauling
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
EXCELSIOR BARBER SHOP;
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MASSAGING 8HAVINC
Specialty -Treatmsmt of the scalp
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oub Stimulating Tonics.
DAVID BOYLE, 38 Eighth St.
Advertise in the Daily News
Subscribers
Clark-Fraser Realty Co.
Formerly at 610 Columbia St., now at
607 Front St.    Phone R 1031.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Real Estate and Business Chances.
Acreage  and   Choice   Fruit   Lands  s
Specialty.
who do not recelva   The News bofor*
I a.m. should
TELEPHONE 999
and mall* complaint. Only tn thla way
aaay an efficient   delivery   be   main-
talaad.
.    ���  ..     . i. . -a.
FOR RENT
UPPER FLAT OF NEWS BUILUING.
Corner of McKenzic and Victoria streets, suitable
for storage, light manufacturing, club rooms or
rooming house. Will give two years' lease. Apply
to Manager The New Westminster News.
Every Woman
, U Intcrosi'Mi nnd should know
i al��o'it tlio woDiVrfnl
Marvel 'Douche"'
in
iddlngi   his
telegram   frnm
Scotland to her on tbe actual anniversary being, "Twenty-five yean  with
out a regret"
Their country house is al u'hitv.-.li
Hatch,HaBlemere,   In   Surrey.      A   re-
Men Joining German  Military  League I margably   li.-inilBomo   man,   l-oril   Alta-
to Get Free Hearse at Burial.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
ACROSS   THE   CONTINENT   WITHOUT   THE   ANNOYANCE   OF
CHANGING CARS.
Week  End  tlckelB on Bain  to local
pointB al Bltlgle Fare for Hound Trip
on   Fridays.   Saturdays   and   Sunriavs.
For rates and reservation apply   to
BD. OOUM5T, Agent
New West-mlnstei
ar H. W. Brodle, Q.P.A. Vancouver
llerlin. April 1 Th" Mllltarv
I League of the village of Stelno, near
[ Dreslau, has hit upon a novel method
j for Inducing those who have served
In the army to Join  the league,
This league, which owns the only
hearse in tba town, has published thl-
hnnouncement:   "All   men   who  have
I not become members of the Military
League within two years after coin
plating  Ihelr army   service shall     mil
j have the use of th" hearse in case of
death."
WOMAN  AWAKES AFTER
NINETEEN   YEARS   SLEEP
Atlanta, Oa., April I. Local physl-
I chins ure puzzled today over the case
Of Mrs. Currie II. Jordan, of this City
who yesterday suddenly regained enn
trol of her mental faculties after suf
taring for i:> nam from a form of
aberration which rendered her entire
ly oblivious of her surroundings,
Mrs. Jordan "awoke" al ll local hns
pltnl,  where she was recovering from
an   abdominal   operation   performed
some weeks ago, Hlm salil that the If
years durliiK which her faculties were
heclnuiliiil Is an ut lor blank. a|tliniu:h
she remembered things   that \traus-
pireil    before    her    inlnil    beeamn nf
footed,
Mrs. Jordan's llrst roquBBl was that
her daughter, who she had last "seen"
as n tWO weeks old hiihv, he hruiight
to  her.    The daughter  Is now     MrB.
Pansy Rowe, of Atlanta.
muni has hen known us ono of the
ClereBl of amateur actors, anil he Is
nlso a Fellow of the Society of Antl-
qimrlei..
AT 60 ENJOYING
PERFECT HEALTH
Rkioso He Taku BIN PILLS
A pmminrnt Coniultinj? Engineer of
New York City, thus heartily endorses
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"I bought some of your ('.IN PILLS
ot ViclMia. II.C, last .September. Your
remeily I hml, at f.*> yenisof sge, togifrt
perfoet relief frnm the Kidney ��nd
Klmlder Troubles Incident tn one of my
age. I urgently recommend GIN I'lLUS
to friinilu ai being the one thing; that
does me good."     H. G. WOODPOUD,
Ily tlie time a man or woman ii 6o,
the Kidneys and Illmldcr need a little
help to keep In g'xid working order,
CIN I'll,I.S are whul they ne-.-tl. GIN
I'I LI.S keep the urine neutral, prevent
colds settling on the kidneys or bladder
and wrud nil Rheumatic attacks.
Reiiieinlier, every box of GIN PILLS
is snld with n positive (fiurantee to give
perfect satisfaction or your money
promptly refunded.
50c. a box, 6 for ll yi. Sample free if
you write National Drugntid Chemical
Co. of Lunula, Limited, Toruntu.      i ji
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thn   MAUV1.U ari-.cpt no
ollmr, but flimfl Hump fur HlnS*   ,
'niMl beok^eBtod.' It frlvrs-full
pniiic-alar* ntlit dlrBetlnfiafnirtloBhlB
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111 ju'-rtil a-fi'iit* tot iniiittl,'.
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
The FRASER CAFE
Quick Service, Good Meals, Reasonable Prices.
CORNER OFBEGBIE AND FRONT STS.
J. H. Todd's Music House
419  Columbia   Street,  New   Westminster.
GERHARD  HEINTZMAN  AND DOMINION   PIANOS  AND  ORGANS.
VICTOR   AND   EDISON   PHONOGRAPHS.
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CAPITAL (Paid Up)
RESERVE   	
$1S.0OO0OOOC
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liriiniihi'ii throughout Camilla and
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respondnuta in all parts of tho world
8avlM$ Ilank Department -Deposit*
reoolvnB In sums of $1 and upward
and Intereat allowed at 3 per cent. ��et
aiiBiim (proeent rata).
Total Assets ovor $1S6,000.��00.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D.  BRYMNER,  Manager
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
LfiMFQI V&nootlVor for Vlctorlu \i> a. m.
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Uiiimttm Vaneouvar for Seattle io a. m
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J.iftv.H \ ftnenuver for Nitnnhno 3 p. ni
tiOAV^H Vnii'*miv��'r for Prfn08 Rupert
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Chilliwack Service
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ESTIMATES and DCSIOINS rURNISHCD WEDHESDAY, APRIL  2,   1��13
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAQI MVIN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "B" for Mains and Connections.
S-afcedulc Khowlna tha real property Immediately bcMflted and the progortlon In
wtileMUhe naepssment la mado on per foot frontage. ITfontagc of Irregular subdivisions l.iKin on area over bantu of lil! feet depth:
Name o.- Owner.      Ke-aubdl'a.      Subdl'a.
���Col. Inv. A I-oan Co,
De Beck. Clnrvnc* H
De Berk, Clarence II.
De Bock, Clarrnoe H.
De Hick, Clarence H.
De Beck. (Tlarence H.
De Beck. Clarenoe M.
'Ho Beck, Clarence IL
De Beck, Clnrence H.
"Do Beck, Clarence II.
De  HocK Clarence IL
���Can. Lock A Novelty Co.
Can. Ixx:k A Novelty Co.
���Wade, Charlett Stuart
Wade. Charles Htuart
Wade.  Charles Stuart
"Wade,  Chaflea Ktuurt
"Wade, Charles Stoart
Wade. Charlee Ktuurt
Wade, Charlea Stuart
Wade, Charles Stuart
..Arm-strong, James IC
Dynes, Margaret
Pantelee. H.
Dickie, John
Dickie. John
Harvey, Minnie E.
���Glass, James
Body, W. A.. Ramey, B. B.
Weloo.k. Fred. W.
Baker. Alice E.
Garrett, Alexander
Warnock, Jan. D.
Woolven. Alice
Dickie.  John
Dutton, Hugh W.
Diitton, Hugh W.
Crnlg.  George
I'ndmore, Fred W.
Hansen, Chrlsdaa
Hansen. Christian
Hansen. Christian
Barrett. J. A., Bingham H,
Skelley, Archie
Morahead,  Kred.
I^ane. Wllllurn
Walls.   Urn.   K.
Mead.  Matthew ft
Honeyw-ood, R"\ert
William, M'-i-y A.
Barber.,- Arthur
Freely. Amy B.
Tomu, Fred 6".
Vre-ssy,  Clan-nee   L.
Mead. Mnlthiw K.
Barker, Thereaa
Flfily.  Jacob
McDonald, imniel
Thomas. John A.
Mallory, 0-co.  II.
Lewis,  rinvld F.
TtvKl,   MarKaret
Best,   Maignret
Hale, F. ft.
Hale,   F.   H
Campbell,   Wm.   F.
Ankara, Martha '
Cameron,  Joseph
Tameron, Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Jo*, ph
Joseph
Joseph ,
Joseph
Joseph
Christopher
Joseph
Josei h
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Joseph
Bloe. of Spt. 4S.IH.
Blk.    Fset Front.    Rute.
��� per ft,
front-
centa.
16.ita
Camerc
Cameron
Cameron,
Cameron
Cameron,
Cameron,
���Cameron.
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Ciimi-ron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
Cameron
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Wilson,  Mnry A- Wm
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/ Itnhlaon, Jnmea K,
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Cameron, Cine. C,
Munday. Wm   R.
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���Unvclle.   Joseph
MrKmrln,   Jessie  J.
Mnndav, Jane C.
Alstniry, John
"Welsh,  fTownrd M.
Murray,  Waller S.
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CoulBon, George
Montellus, Wm. 'I.
Oahorne, Chne.  F.
Mottt'iivmy. Alexander
MeOllllvrne.   Alexander
Osborne.   Joseph
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Name of Owner.      Ro-subdi'n.      Bubdl'n.
12
30
Years
Annual
payrn'l.
136.69
8.07
8.07
B.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
6.07
6 96
5.96
2.44
6.64
6.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
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8.07
8.07
5.33
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5.33
5.33
6.33
6.33
5.33
6 33
6.33
5.33
6.33
5.33
6.33
6.33
6 33
6 33
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6.48
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6.48
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6.48
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7.10
7.10
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7.10
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7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
S.53
S.63
8.51
8.51
s 51
8.51
R.61
8.61
8.61
1.61
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5 33
6.33
5 31
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5 33
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10 66
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10 66
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10 66
111 86
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Susan
Jami'N.   Edward
Hllllker. John   H.
���Hllllker   John   ll.
Target.  Geo.   K.
Target,  Oeo.   K.
Thompson,  John
Rues,  John
Murray,   Herbet
Target,   Oeo.   E.
Target.  Geo.   K.
Iturkett.  John
liurkett.  John
Altehlson, Hugh
���Altchlsen.  Hugh
Sharp,   Harry   E.
Fedewa,  Elnora
Bee. Jane Ann
Vayson. J. T.
Ti-eky,  James
tjodsen.  Richard
Oodsen,  Richard
Thompson, John
Carlton. J. W.
Vaaseur.  Martin
Vaeseur,   Martin
Tyner. John B.
MrEwen.   Jamea
McEwen, Agnes
Moore,   Geo.   H.
I Him.   Per.   Loan
Dom.   Per.   Loan
Baker,   Annie
Hansard. James
Hnasard, Jam'-a
Horn.   Per.   l,nan  Co.
Rennle,  Mary 8.
Pollnrd.   Mary
Pollard,   Mary
Wells.   Mali. I   M.   (Est.)
Cnwker.  Samuel Jr.
Pollard,   Harry Jr.
Pollnrd. Harry Jr.
Tlsdale,   Joseph   (Eat.)
Ostrom,  Ceuretta
McCallum.   C.   W.
McCallum. C. W.
Cameron. Chart. C.
Montgomery, Sarah
Doneaster, J. Albert
Buchanan. G. E. �� Hnff 8.
Buchanan, O. E. A Huff, 8.
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Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, G
Stein,  Clarence  A
Blair.   James   ('.
Hogg. Archibald
I'ormaek.  Ann
Ritchie.   Wm.   D.
Blair. Jas. C.
Buchanan. G. E. A Huff, R.
Buchanan, o. E. A Huff. S.
Buchanan. G. K. A
Buchanan. G.  E. A
Buchanan, O. E. A
Buchanan, G.  E. A
McComb, Wm. J.
McComb,   Wm.   J
McComb.  Wm.  J.
Buchanan, G. E. A
Buchanan, Q, B
Buchnnan. G. E
Buchanan, O, E
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Thomas, Marianne
Thomas.   Marianne
Leavltt, Fred. J
Lcavitt,  Fnil. J
Buchanan, o. E. A Huff.
Cairns.   S.   J.
Ellgh, Catherine
Alexandi r.   David
Walt.   M.   W.  A C���.
Walt.  M. W. A Co.
Chapman,   Robl.
' Chapmoa, Robt.
Worthlngton,   M.
Worthlngton,  M
McComb, Wm. J.
McKay,   Wm.   M.
Larsen, Piter M.
Xrwln, Joseph
Irwin, Joseph
A KIK ��
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Buchanan, O. E  A Huff
Bow. Ii. Emily I..
Bowell, Emily U
Bowl!,   Kmlly   I.
Bnw.ll,  Emily I..
Matheson, Jnnle
crecdo, Rocco
Blnlr. Jas. C
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Bowell,  Samuel
Bowell, Samuel
Hlulr.   Jan.  C.
Irwlh, >Knes
lame-s, "Mary A. A SMwni-d
Jnmei, Mary A. A Bdwnrd
Williams.  Arthur (1.
I Burgess   Marv XI
| Bteln, Kate M.
i Clarke,   Amelin   F.
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! DcBeck,   Ewln  K.
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Buchanan, u. e. ft Hurr. s.
Boulton.   Hope   Violet
Boulton,   bops   Violet
1 -anner. Mary
���"rook. Cannes
Crtmk.   Clmrles
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34.49
34.50
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33.05
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30
Years
Annual
paym't.
16.45
8.07
8.06
B.88
6.46
6 45
6.45
6.45
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.44
6.46
6.46
6.46
10.26
10.24
6.33
12.93
12.93
6.44
2.61
8.07
8.07
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
8.A7
1.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
6.07
8.07
7.80
8.35
8.07
6.83
5.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
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6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6 13
6.33
6.33
6.33
5.33
6.33
6.33
5.33
5.33
6.00
6.59
6.59
5.37
6.37
6.37
5.37
5.37
5.37
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6.60
6.69
6.59
6.60
6.60
6.60
6.37
6.37
5.17
5.37
6.37
6.37
6.37
6.37
6.60
5.59
5.69
5.66
5.65
5.85
5.36
5.36
5.36
6.36
6.3fi
5.36
6.36
5.36
5.65
5.65
5.65
5 65
5.66
6.65
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6.38
6.36
6,36
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Lot.
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Name of Owner.       Ile-eubdl'n.      Subdl'n.
Kirk. IxiuIhw
Methodist Church
Stott.  William
Tcrhune. Ellxu J.
Methodist  Church
McGregor, Eliza
Rennle, Clarice
Rennle, Clarice
Barry, H. J.
Jameeon, Roes P.
Btott. William
Stott, William
Coulson. George
Rogers, Georgia K.
Blsnop. I.lszle
Wnl/neley, James C.
Walmsley, James C.
Teomans,  Liouvlllta
Steves, Jane
Royal Col.   Hasp.
Royal  Co),   lloap.
R. C.  Archb. of Van.
Hay,   Isabella
'Elchlnko.   Elisabeth  J.
Elchlnko. Elisabeth J.
Kirk. Louisa
Olsen,   Ole   N.
Jaffray, John A.
Roberts,  Banjamin
Roberts, Benjamin
Bousklll, Emily It.
Barker, Henry
Barker,  Henry
Barker, Henry
Acadia Trust Co.
Acadia Trust Co.
Barker. Henry
Smith. Annie E.
Morrow. A. T.
Delaney Catherine
McLean. Margt. II.
W'mln'r A Port Mann Seo'a.
Teepoorten.  Julius  A.
Miller.  Annie J.
Teepoorten,   Julius    A.
Body  W. A.. Ramey, E. B.
Dalton. Willie
Dalton. Willie
Hutton. Alice
Hutton.   Alice
White. I.ouls A.
Munday.   Thos.
Major, Chas. O.
Wray, William
Wray,  William
Major. Chas. O.
Atkinson, John T.
Burgess,   Joseph
Ellgh, Jacob
Ellgh,  Jacob
Smith.  Annie E.
Custance,  James T.
flunkey, G. Alers
Major, Chas, O.
McGill. Q., Craig T. R.
M<K;ill. Q.. Craig, T. R.
Shaw. Geo.  M. A Ells.
Shaw. Geo. M. A Ells.
Anderson, Andrew
o Donnell, F, W. A P. F.
I^*ake,   Joe
Oliver.  John
Ilorgan. Maud M. A Curtis, W
Smith,   Ray  B.
Peart.  Mary' Ann
Kolfske.   Albert A
Kolfske, Albert A
Mabbutt. Fred H.
Peacock,  William
Peacock, William
4
6
I
t
9
it
11
12
13
14
15
16
17E1-1
17W1-1
18
18
(20.  E.16fL)
10, Bice.
Feet Front.    Rate.
per ft.
front.
cents.
16.141
31
21
23
24
1
2
3
4
t
6
7
8
6
10
11
13
18
14
16
16
17
11
10
20
        111
21
-23
24
36A26W1-3
26A26E1-2
1
4
6S.1-3
5 Nl-2
12
1 etc.      8. 2-1
Total
8260r.30
Notice Is hereby given that tbe Corporation of the City of New WontmlnBter intends to pass n Local Improvement Ass<*8Hroenl By-law aseeei-iIn-B the property in tbe
.schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually for thirty years set opposite
each lot, and a Court of Revision for the trial of complaints and appeals against the
assessment so proiiosed to tie made will be held on Tuesday, the 29th day of April,
1913, commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon al the Council Chamber In the City
Hull, New Wc-slmlnsler, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended a-seeeement itiu.il be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council ut least
clKhl days prior to such Court of Revision.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Tinted this 1st day of April. 1813. (932)
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4
6
6
7
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12
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20
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24
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28
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10
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12
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14
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17
18
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20
21
21
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24
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 ���    20
Cltv of N. W'mln'r.     1-4 lne
I W'mln'r A Port M'n Sccur'n, Lt. 6
Kirk. Ji.aii-i.lii. A A. 6
'i'lil. E. F A C. A.        *^*^���
PliTBon.   Alexis  N.
I 'oyle,  Wm. A.
Dovle,  Wm.  A.
lloyle, Wm. A.
Doyle,  Wm.  A.
Mand SInKhAJ.Landa
Mand SIiikIiAJ. Landa
Wright,   W.
Iiunlop,   Jane
Wright.   William
Hardy. Erneiil
I Doyle. Wm. A.
' Main.   John
Burdlck. Carrie.
W'mln'rAPort M'n Bee. I-d.
W'uiin'rAPort M'n  Sec  Ld.
W'mln'rAPon  M'n S��c.  Ld.
City of N   W'mln'r      23-28  lne
Brum tie  Saw  At III  Co.
l.d..   Bp. of Westminster
Col.   Inv   A  L   Co.
Armelroop.   J.   K.
Arm-str-Qng, J. K.
DeBeek,  Clarence  IL
DeBcOk, Clarenoe li.
llynee,   MarKaret
Dvnoe.   Margaret
I'ndmore.   Fred   W.
Tom LIhk A Others
Walthar. John
Jackson. John J.
Fulton,  John
Ankers.   Martha
Cameron,   Joseph
Joseph
Ji>seph
Joseph
Joseph
Mary A.
Jan.  B.
tin J
lloyle.
Win.
A.
lloyle.
Wm.
A.
Hoyle.
Wm.
A.
I lovle.
Wm.
A.
Doyle,
Wm.
A.
lloyle,
Wm.
A.
I loyle,
Wm.
A.
Doyle,
Wrn.
A.
lloyle.
Wm.
A.
Dovle,
Win
A.
Griffiths.  W
m.
lloyle,
Wm.
A.
Doyle.
Wm.
A.
Sprott.
Mary
Teepoorten,
J. A.
Colllnf
>. A.VI
A Miller,
Shields.   William
Reger
. J.   A
lloyle,
Wm.
A.
Hoyle,
Wm.
A.
lloyle,
Wm.
Milne.
W   A.
Milne.
W   A
Dovle.
Wm
A.
lloyle,
Wm.
A.
Doyle.
Wm.
A.
�� etc.       S 2-1
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "A" for Mains and Connections.
8
9
10
11
12
SlnKh    13
Singh    14
15A18 S.l-2
15A10N.1-2
17
10*
20
21
22
22
4
3   S.pt.
1 N.pt.
��4   Spt.
33 4N.pt.
14
66.00
66.06
66.06
66.00
66.06
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
86.06
66.00
83.00
11.00
66.00
66.00
16.00
60.60
1661.06
826.07
826.07
40.40
41.60
11.84
40.74
45.00
46.00
45.06
45.00
46.00
46.06
45.00
45.00
45.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
41.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
45.00
66.60
66.50
46.20
46.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.40
45.40
45.20
45.20
45.20
46.20
45.20
45.20
4 5.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.U0
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
41.00
48.00
46 00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
180.80
45.20
45 20
46 20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
46.10
45 20
45 40
66.66
56 50
45.20
4t.lt
45.10
45.20
46.20
45 20
ISO. .80
220.00
105.00
60.70
Cameron,
Cameron,
Cameron,
Cameron,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Ashton, Jo
Ashton,   John  J.
Johnston. Edward
Johnston, Edward
Welsh. Chas. A.
Munday, J. A.
Knox  Pres. Church
Knox  I'nii.  Church
Laldg, Jennie
Munday,  James  A.
George, James K.
Morris, Levi
Lrnock.  Barbara Ann
Warnock. Jas, llolloff
I'rooi-KO. J   K.AWrtgtilinnit, M.M.
Maloolm. W. J.
Ma's-ilm. W. J.
Cameron,  W.  A.
McGill. <J i iin ton
3
1
1
part  ofO
1
3
4
5
1 8
2
3
4
4
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7
8
1
2
3
4
part of 12
l��irt of N
28
27
26
1
1
3
part of 14
S.pt.
N.pt
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S  1-2
1-2
13
Total
36
Years
Annual
-paym't.
110.72
10.71
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.71
10.72
10.72
11.72
10.72
6.16
6.16
16.72
10.71
2.68
1.11
268.83
114.11
184.16
6.66
6.74
8.86
6.61
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.81
7.It
7.11
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.31
6.18
8.18
7.34
7.14
7.34
7.14
7.34
7.14
7.14
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.14
7.34
7.34
7.17
7.17
7.14,
7.14
7.14
7.34
7.14
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7 34
7.14
7.31
7.31
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.31
7.11
7.11
7.11
7.31
7.11
7.11
7.11
7 11
7.11
21.37
7.34
NEMESIS OVERTAKES
PICTURESQUE PIRATE
Had Given French Much Trouble   in
Indo-Chlne���Slain After Thirty
Years War.
Parla, April 1.���The governor general of Indo-China reporta that tbe De
Tham, the notorious pirate chief, was
killed near Kep, ln tbe Jen district.
February 11. The De Tbam bad given
the French authorities an enormous
amount of trouble.
He was engaged in constant. war-
efare wtth the authorities from 1884
to 1897, when lie made bla own terms
for peace, receiving a concession of
land In tbe Jen and a sum of money
to enable blm to build a village.
The De Tham remained peaceful
until 1907, but be never got ont of
touch with members of his old band.
In 1907 be fomented an Insurrection
at Hanoi with the object ot selling
the citadel and town, and attempted
to poison the European garrison.
The suppression of the daring pirate
was entrusted to the military authorities, who began operations ln January, 1909. Slowly, and at the cost of
heavy losses, the French forced him
out of his positions, but after each
engagement the rebel leader always
managed to escape.
Once when his case seemed to be
hopeless a typhoon put a stop to the
French advanee, and he withdrew to
a strongly fortified village. By July,
however, the pirate's power was
broken and hla adherents gradually
left him.
The De Tham was as elusive aa
waa De Wet ln the South African war,
and on account of his many appearances aftpr most definite reports of
his death, he was known as tbe
"phantom pirate." j This time there
seems to be no doubt that he Is dead,
for both tlA local native authorities
and Ihe French government official in
the district have Identified the body.
VICTORIA DELIGHTS
IN ENGLISH BIRDS
Crows May Possibly Menace Feathered  Songsters Now Liberated���
Society's Deficit Wiped Out.
83400.87
Victoria, April 1.���The Interest
evinced by the public of Victoria In
the little English birds that arrived
last week has been remarkable. Mr.
A. L. Watson and the members of the
Natural History Society were delighted with the number ot visitors on Friday, but mny be said to have been
astonished by the crowds who thronged tbe greenhouses on Rupert street
all Saturday afternoon.
Pecuniarily the exhibition haa been
entirely successful and    tbe    society
has received donations over and above
the  admission fees trom quite unexpected quarters. In contributing txvaaa
the givers have also shown & keen -appreciation fit tbe enterprise    ot    th*
society, many congratulations    being
received on all sides.
All the birds have now been liberated. Freedom seemed at once to.
have a good effect on these birds
whose condition gave cause for
anxiety. The goldfinch set out to explore Victoria on liin own account, and
a little blue tit at large among thu
ferns and orchid roots attracted even
more attention than the inmates of
the cages.
One possible menace to tbe welfare
of all small birds In the south of the
Island Is the presence of the crows.
As scavengers they have their use,
but around populated districts, where
carrion ls not allowed to lie about, lt
Is hard to see what useful purpose
they serve as they sre predacious by
nature and terrible thieves generally.
Oak Bay has already given Its sanction to the thinning down of these
petts and lf the city parks are to be
enriched and enlivened by the presence of small bird life it Beertts well
worthy of consideration whether the
crow might not be treated as vermla
and destroyed on sight.
TRAVEL THE GREAT
EDUCATOR SHE SAYS
Schodnln atinwing the real property tinm-iHltati
which the anAivtatnont la made on per toot frontage,
taken on area over lauds of 132 fret depth:
Nome of Owner.      Ite-mibdi'n.      Subdl'n.
llankey,  0.  Alftra
Methodist Church
linimmonil,  Mary   A
Klhncht.  I'uknota
liHWrenc-e.   Kniella
Slater.   Arthur  11.
Coulson,  ftcorge
Coulson, d-i-once
CoutlK, Annie
Mcltory.   John  T.
Wood,  F.ltzu  M.
Hutchinson,   Samh
Nelson.  Nela
Nelson,  Nela
Nelson,   Nels
Kelson, Nels
Nelson,   Nels
Nelson, Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Nelson, Nels
Nelson,   Nels
Nrlsnii. Nels
I Nelson, Nils
Moore,   Arthur (7.
MoLcod, w. re.
MeLeod, w.  K.
:-'nlk. Andrew
1A2
3
1
I!
3
4
6   W pt.
6  K-pt.
6
7
8
8
16
11
Reserve
1...
Alexander
Nils
Nels
Nels
Nils
Nils
Nels
Nils
Nels
iVgncs c.
AKIliM C.
Barrett,
Ni Ison,
\*. Ison.
Nelson.
Nelson,
Nelson.
Nolson.
Nelson.
Nelson,
Ward,
Wnril, .
Brymner, Geo.  D,
iiimeii. Alexander
Palloior, Chas. E.
Crlchton. Wllma
Player,   Annie   ("������*. i
Tlouse, Wm. A l;lmma
Williams, (.owls
\sh, Samuel Oeo.
Kirk, Louisa
1!
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11
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13
14
16
16
5     17W.pt
1     6A17E.pt
2
n
4
IS
1
2
X
f t��-neflte<l and the   proportion   In
Fio-jtajtt' of Irregular sutxllvlstotis
30
tlli.     Feet Front Rate. Years
per ft. All-
front, nuul
cents,    paym't.
Sll. 04 01 18.243 116.27
  60.84       8.72
  60.00       8.11
..... 60,00       S.12
..... 60.00       S.12
  25.00       4.01
  26.00       4.1,0
  60.00       6.12
  60.00       8.12
  60,00       8.12
  60.00       8.12
  60.00       8.12
  67.66       0.3S
  61.00       R.2R
  61.00       S.2��
  61.00       K.2S
  61.00       S.2S
  37.10       6.03
  61.60       8.38
  116.17       6.71
  49.60      ., S.04
  40.60 ...... S.04
  111.20       Id.00
  7lt.ll ...... 12.36
  64.07       10.41
  60.06       S.13
..... Sfi.Ofl      .. 1(1.72
  66.00 .. 10.72
  5S.04 .... !l fi2
  86.10       6.S8
  66.00       II, 72
  66.OH       1072
  66.00       10 72
  00.00       10.72
  60.00       6,1J
  r.o.oo     s.i::
  12.00       1,88
  6H.00       0,74
  84.H       13.76
  33.00       li 36
..... 6-1.00       1072
..... 66.00       10.72
.... 611.00       10.72
  82.60       13.40
  66.00      ., 10.72
  68.00       10.71
  86.06       19.73
Notice is horehy given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster intends to pass a liocal Improvement Awwiwament Ily-law asaeastng th e property lo the
schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually for thirty years set opposite
OBOh lot, and a Court of Revision for tlio trial of complaints and appeals against the
assessment so proposed to be made wlll tie held on Tuesday, the 29th day of April, 1618,
Oomtnenctng at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at tho Council Chamber In tho City Hall.
New Weatmlnster, liritish Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such Intended as-
m-ssment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least eight   days
prior ta such Court of Revlalon.
W. A. flfNCAN,
City Clerk.
Ilatcd this 1st day of April, 1013. (030)
Prlvettea
tre today.
A Co'y. appearing In a black art novelty at the Royal Thea-
English Widow Honored by Royal Geographical Society���Cur* for
Wrangling  Advanced.
lAindon, April 1 ��� Until quite recently the Uoyal Geographical Society
had not conferred distinctions upon
many ladies, but within the past
month or so several have been admitted fellows of tbe society.
One of the latest to be honored l��
MrB. Hannah Louisa Leon, a widow,
of Leesdlne Hall, Hale, who, during
the past 20 years, has traveled very
extensively, ln fact, last year she
was abroad for over eight montha.
during which period Bhe traveled oTcr
40,000 miles.
She has visited Australia, New Zealand, l'ortugal, the ('unary Islands,
Kgypt, Austria-Hungary, Jerusalem.
Nazareth, Syria, Cyprus, Montenegro,
and several places in the Mediterranean.
Her view ls   that if people    cculd
travel more, and see more   of human
Datura, they would bo less Inclined to ,
"wrangle"   over   bther   people'B    fail-
ngs and shortcomliiKS If traveling
teaches anythinK, it teaches one to bit
tolerant, broad-minded, and Jurt with
���veryune. Mra. Loss' opinion la that
socially England stands higher than
any other country Rlie has visit'tl.
The emigration bookings from
Perth to tbe end of March for Canada and Australia number 400 people.
The emigrants are mostly young peo.
Pie. t
, PAGE EIGHT
TBE NEW WBSTMH\STBR NfiWfl.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2,  191*
-PAY   CASH    IT   WILL   PAV
YOU".
OurPhoneisNo.
And it is in
awfully good
working  order.
2
SPECIALS
PICKLES
Our own brand Paragon, 4 oz.
bottles, excellent quality, per
botlle, 25c.
Cooking Butter-Dairy product, and extensively sold, per
lb. 2Sc.
New White Clover Honey in
quart jars, excellent quality,
per Jar'75c.
Hunt's staple quality reaches,
regular 25c.    Today per tin 15c.
Imported Sardines, No. 1 quality goods, 8 cans 25c.
Salmon, ln 1 lb. tall cans, excellent vallie, 2 cans for 25c.
"Our Special" Tea, the tea
"par excellence," per lb 50c.
Hoyal City Tea, special blend,
3 lbs. for $1.00.
Instant Postum, per tin 30c.
DELICATESSEN
Wiltshire Bacon.   The taste
is never forgotten, per lb. 40c.
Headcheese,   per  bowl    15c.
Sausage, Tomato, lb 25c.
New Stilton Cheese, lb 50c.
New Gouda Cheese, lb 40c.
VEGETABLES
Fresh Rhubard, 2 lbs 25c.
Celery, bunch    10c.
Cabbage,   lb fli&C.
Cauliflower,   head    20c.
l*ttuce,r head      5c.
Green Onions, bunch   5c.
Radish,   bunch      5c.
Tomatoes,   lb 20c.
Strawberries,  box    .25c.
New potatoes.  Ib f...15c.
Sweet potatoes, lb 8c.
Asparagus, 2 lbs 35c.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       9. K. BRIGGS
PHONE 2.
I
Are you working hard so that
aome one will not have to struggle as you have?
Then while well and strong
you should give careful thought
to the manner In which your estate will be disposed of after
yon are gone.
Neglect to make a Will means
that the publlc administrator
will do the best he can, but the
law does not allow him to use
-Alsof-atl-on. He must as quickly
as possibly dispose ot your estate and divide the residue as
according to law.
He eatinot  even   try to   continue to build up the estate  as
tbl* company may lf  appointed
executor    and    trustee     under
Will.
There may be some friends or
relaU-veS whom you would like
to recaive a larger share than
others, "Wit the administrator
knows nothing of that. Making
���grovjsion fur oue's estate after
he has gone is niu* of the most
important tliinus In lite. You
will do well to oonstder the
mutter carefully and you will
find us ready tn help you in
many ways without any cost to
you. ""
Would it nol I
our office today
the Directors
at
or
well in cal!
meet some   ot
Officers   anil
discuss tlie matter Wo recognize tho sacre-dnees ot a trust
nml wlll consider anything ynu
havo In say as quite confidential.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
"GET THE HABIT"
Ladies' Handbags-:
To Clear at
$2.00 each
Values to $8.50
No. 1 Company of the Boys' Brig
ade will meet in tlle armories on
Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock for
drill. All members of the company
are requested  to attend.
p. R. 1'earse. piano tuning; order
at Todd's or Major's music  house.
(979)
Four counters for sale cheap. Apply H. Morey &  Co.. 43 Sixth street.
(982)
Miss Marlon M. Wray, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wray, Edlnboro
street, left last evening for Chicago
where she expects to spend the next
twelvo months. Quite a large number of friends were at the depot to
bid her farewell.
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
good broad. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 231. 068)
Fraser Mills municipality as incorporated will hold its elections on
April 11 at the general store near
the C. P. R. station. A reeve and
four councillors will constitute the
civic body to administer municipal
affairs. Reeve Barth of Coquitlam,
has been appointed returning officer.
On Chong Co, merchant tailors.
New arrival of Bprlng goods. Ladles
and gentlemen's suits at reasonable
prices. 413 Columbia stree\ ���Bun-
Block and 24 Mclnnis streeL        (969)
Ylng Tai and Co., Importer of Chinese and Japanese silk dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoes
���ind general merchandise, Corner Columbia and Mclnnls Btreets. Phone
114.    Labor   by  contract  or  by   dav.
(970)
Under the auspices of the local
W. C. T. D, Miss Cotsworth will or
ganize a Loyal Legion band in the
league room of the Queen's Avenue
Methodist church, Wednesday evening, April 2, from 6:30 to 7:30. Boys
and girls between the ages of six and
fourteen years are asked to attend.
W. Day, electrician, agent for Hot
Point Irons; fixtures and wiring of
til kinds. Phone 1209, 28 Sixth street
opposite Postoffic.e. (977)
Port Coqultlam will celebrate the
emerging from a rural municipality to
the dignity of a city on Friday, April
18. The entire day has been declared
a holiday and will be devoted to festivities
Bead yonr spars table, chair, refrigerator, sewing machine or anything else yon wish te dispose af I*
Benzie's Austin Mart, 90* Clarks-aa
jtreet.    Prompt retnrna. (786)
Linemen In the employ of the C.P.R.
Telegraph company are making alterations to the lines between here and
Westminster Junction. This has been
necessitated In order to comply with
tin? city bylaw which calls for a certain
'.Ustance between the wires and also
il thn tact that two new lines are being
added.
The seat sale is on for the "Bachelor Baby" which will appear at the
jpera house tomorrow evening. This
lomedy  euecess  haa   beeu   making a
I hit in every place It has been Silo,*.,..
Seat plan at Harry Tidy's store, 736
'":!umb:a street. (989)
Oet your lawn mover ground at
���Jwanson's, Begble street. We have
special machinery for doing this work.
(986)
Improvements that will tost ln the
lelgUborbood of JtiililO are being made
o the store In llle Oddfellows bulld-
ng on Columbia street which was
-eeently occupied hy Morey's stationery. An up-to-date modern front ls
ba ing constructed to the building and
ixtBhstve interior alterations ure be-
ug made. When the 'improvements
aro completed the store will be occupied hy Messrs. Reid and McDonald, I
clothiers.
Dancing. The usual weekly dance
will be held at Fraser Mills tonight.
Tuesday. Flrsl class 5-plece orcbes-
ra P. Douglas, M. C. Cents 75c.
Udies free. 19721
The election of office bearers of St.
Aloystus society for 1913, was held on
March SO, The election for St. Peter's !
parish resulted as follows: Joseph McDonald,    president;    Percy    Archambault,  secretary;   Roderick   McDonald
tnd   Bernard   Walsh,   vice-presidents.
and  Joseph   Archambault,   guard.    At
the  next   meeting  of the   executive  a,
program of the society's serious work,
diversified  with  recreative  evenings'J
will be submitted.
The Durbar pictures, the finest that
^iave ever been shown In this city, will
tie thrown on the canvas at the opera
muse on Friday and Saturday of this
week. The crowds that have been attending the playbOUSO this week demonstrated the hold that military and
regal scenes have on the Canadian
populace. Vour last chance to see
those wonderful flltnB expiree, on Saturday evening (989)
An Increase of $226.80 over the corresponding month of March, 1912 Ib
reported at lhe postofflce for the
month of March. Last year the total
receipts during March amounted to
$;iss;mo, while this year the total Is
(4109.90, . The figures given oul. are
follows: Number of money orders
old, March, 1912, 2519; 1913, 2743.
Money order commission, March, 1912,
""09; 1913, $368,111. Box rents, March,
1912, $1115.25; 11113, $91',. Stamp sales,
March, 1912, $34118.85; 1918, $3,655.78.
Total, March, 1912, $3,883.10; 1913,
$4109.90.
was the announcement made at a
meeting of the local branch of the
W. C. T. U. held In the Queens Avenue Methodist church on Monday.
This will be the firBt W. C. T. U.
convention held In this city for three
years.
The Royal Templars liegton which
ls planning to affiliate with the W.
C."T. U., will meet in the Queens
Avenue Methodist church this evening at 6.30 o'clock, to discuss the matter.
FATHER  O'BOYLE  RETURNS
After Extended Visit to California-
Health Improved.
Rev. Father O'Boyle arrived home
yesterday from an extended visit in
California where he recuperated his
health. Father O'Boyle was taken
down with pneumonia late in the fall
and while on the road to recovery was
taken down with a second attack so
tbat his life waa ln peril for a few
weeks. Hia stay In California has
been beneficial and apart from being
a little tired from the trip up the
coast to New Westminster, Is little
the worse for his long selge.
During his stay In the sunny climes
Father O'Boyle met quit* a number
of residents of tho Royal City, having
stayed a considerable lengtb of time at
the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Crane, who formerly resided In this
city.
NO  RACE  SUICIDE HERE
Westminster    Vital    Statistics    Very
Satisfactory���Deaths   Decrease
Marriages ncrlease.
The vital statistics Bhown by the
reeords of the registrar's office in
New Westminster show congratulatory results, compared with March.
1912.
March 1913 exhibits no trace of race
suicide. Births are returned at 170
against 61 in March 1912, an increase
of 109.
Marriages show an increase of 2.
In March 1912 there were 21. in the
coresponding month, 1913 they had in
creased to 23.
Deaths showed a satisfactory decrease of 6, the ratio being 44 In
March 1912 to 38 in March of this
year.
MONK-ROBINSON.
A quiet ceremony took place in St.
Peter's Cathedral, yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock. Mr. Henry Monk, son
of Mr. Martin Monk, the prominent
fisheries man, was wedded to Miss Ber
tha Robinson, of Victoria. Rev, Father
Lardon officiated.
Immediately after the ceremony
the happy couple left for Vancouver
iBland to spend a short honeymoon
at Shaughnesay Lake, near Victoria.
They will return in about a week to
take  up   their  residence  ia  this city.
The bridesmaid at the ceremony-
was Misj Regina Gauthier while Mr.
Oeorge Monk, a brother of the groom,
was groomsman.
Thn   hndtigroom's   present   to   the
bride waa'a beautiful koM locket, and
I chain,   to   tbe     brldeamaltl     a     pearl
\brcoch    and  to    the    groomsman    a
handsome pearl pin.
Assault  Charge.
Jack Sherry, a powerfully built man
was remanded In the police court until today, on a charge of assaulting
and robbing another man. Jewel Ker-
lee.
Chief Bradshaw explained to the
bench that Kerlee was unable to attend that morning on account of hiB
injuries.
Accused asked about bail.
Magistrate Edmonds, however, declined to entertain that subject ln the
meantime.
It appears that a man, badly battered about, staggered into the Depot
hotel late on Monday night, and complained that he had been assaulted
and robbed. The riojlce were Interviewed in the matter nnd as a result
Kerlee was conveyed to the hospital
and Detective Burrows and Sergeant
Bruce deduced from certain circumstances that Sherry might be arrested
on suspicion.
In answer to the magistrate Chief
Brndshaw replied that he thought he
could proceed with the case this morn
Ing.
Action Dismissed.
An action bv Edgar Chamberlain,
builder. Abbotsford. against R. Short-
reed, customs official, Abbotsford for
$51 for building material and wrrk
done was adjudicated upon in the
county court yesterday.
Judge Howay after hearing the evidence dismissed the case with costs.
Shot Protected  Bird.
For the shooting of a heron a protected bird under the laws of British
Columbia, a farmer named Peter Macleod, from Port Kells, was fined $5
and costs in the district magistrate's
court yesterday.
Game Warden Herrel explained to
the magistrate, Mr. J. Sttlwel! Clute.
that no heavy penalty was desired but
something punitive In the way of an
example was wanted to impress upon
naturalists, sportsmen anil pseudO
sportsmen that the heron was a protected bird and that there was a penalty for shooting it Imposed by law,
ranging from $1  to $100.
Mr. MeLeod, questioned by the magistrate, declared that he took the bird
for a blue crane and hail never heard
of a heron.
Mr. Clute said his duty was to administer the law on the statue book
and recognizing Mr. McLeod's position he would impose the lightest penalty compatible with his duty.
Mr. MeLeod, it wa.-; stated subsequently, shot the bird for the purpose
of stuffing it.
Naturalists are warned to study the
catalogue of protected birds and the
fate of the ancient mariner who shot
the Albatross.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
>�������� ^.
PICTORIAL  REVIEW PATTERNS FOR APRIL, 10c, 18e.
Read Our
Big   Special
Advt. on
Page 3
We have only 28 more days to
raise this $40,000. Tou can help
by telling your friends of tbe
very unusual bargains to be
found here at your home store.
WHITE, SHILES & CO. FOR FIRE INSURANCE
lam. Of these the hero was undoubtedly Councillor Ewen Martin, who
ocularly demonstrated that he had
lost none of the nlmbleness and grace
of his youth in the execution of the
Highland sword dance (Ghille Callum.)
Doukhobors for British Columbia.
Saskatoon. Sask., April 1.���A train-
load of Doukhobors outward bound on
j tho    exodus    from    Saskatchewan  to
i British Columbia, passed through hero
I today.     There   were   GOO   DoukhoborB
and their families on board.    This Is
' the third consignment, two trainloads,
j numbering 1500, having left last fall.
; They   are   bound   for   Castlegar   and
' Klnuaird,   where    their    coaipatriots
I have established a fruit farm.
BURNABV AND
B.C.E. RAILWAY
(Continued from page one)
���������������������������������������������������
��� BURQUITLAM   NOTE8. ���
���������������������������������������������������
Tomorrow evening Burqultlam will
rejoice in a vestry meeting of Anglican
I ecclesiastics, with the primary object
jnf constructing a church near the
; North road. The meeting will be held
��� in the Blue Mountain school at 7
io'rloek.
Later on in the Burquitlam Agricultural hall tb-y Western Coqultlam Con-
^servattve association Ktve a sor.liil en-
, terlalnment and dance.
Councillor and Mrs. W Walker of
'North road, hospitably entertained a
! large company of friends to a delight
'ful party last night in their pleasant
1 residence. Music ami jjjinslDg made
Ithe evening an exceedingly happy one
Among the guests were a number of
the newly  elected  council of Coquit-
franchise and cannot get any improve
ments."
May Take Action.
The South Vancouvur man then out-1
lined some of the alleged difficulties j
his  municipality  had  with  the  B,  C. :
E.   R.,   and   stated  that the   situation
had'become so sickening that yester-'
day at a meeting of the board of trade
it  was decided  to  take legal  counsel
to See  if a  flaw  could  not  bo  found i
in  the  B..C.   E.   R.   agreement    thai j
would cause its invalidation.
Mr,   Vogel's  remarks  were  greeted
with  mucb  enthusiasm and after sev-
eral speakers bad taken the floor and I
had discoursed along similar lines, It
was decided to Inaugurate it campaign
of  education among  the residents pf j
lhe   other   wards  of   the   municipality i
in an endeavor to induce them to turn
down the agreement,
Messrs. Skinner, Winch, Murray i
and Decker were appointed to arrange
meetings in other wards of the muni- i
cipality anil also to consult legal cOun I
sel as to restralng the council from ]
resubmitting the franchise to the electorate.
Mr. Joint Murray was elected vice
president and Mr. llennett secretary '
of the Ward Six Progressive nssoeln-!
tlon, a meeting of which was held ;
previous to thu general meeting on i
the franchise matter. Mr. W, T. Wll- ]
son presided nt both gatherings.
To Contractors and Builders. We
ire now prepared in furnish you
���a ith sand, gravel, crushed rock, ce-
���nent and lime. Office phone 826.
Wharf phone Bho. b. C. Transoort
Co.. Ltd. (H78)
ANOTHER   CONVENTION
THE FAIR
FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
���45 Columbia Street
'
The next annual convention nf the
W. C. T.  U.  Will be held In this city
Phone 453' during the third week tn June.   This
TO VANCOUVER PATRONS
In order to be In more direct touch
with Vanoouver patrons I have pine
ed a Htock und established at 503
Main Street, Vancouver, and it Is my
Intention to specialize there in High
Class Ladies Tailoring.
J. P. GALVIN
High   Cl.is-i   Ladles   and   Gentlemen's
' Tailor.
40   Lorne   Street,   New   Westminster
50'! Main Street, Vancouver
II. MOREY
are ready for business
at
43 Sixth SL
Bocks, Stationery
Fancy (Joods, Crcckcry,
Glassware.
We welcome all our
old customers to the
new promises and will
be glad to see many
new customers as well.
43 Sixth St.
REV. W. J. MAYERS
AND
Or. Barnardo's Musical Boys
Friday, April 4, 1913.
St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
at 8 p.m.
Admission:   25c.   and   50c.
Children Half Price.
Popular lecture-talk ou  Dr.  Barnar-
Ido's splendid life .work for the child-
I ren, with unique
COLORED   PICTURES.
Novel and Attractive Musical
Selections.
: on  Handbells.  liagpipes,  Mandolines,
Xylophones,   Ocarinas,   Cornets,   etc.,
etc.    Program one yard long.    Collection of the Bernardo Work.
Come and See, Hear and Help.
j (985)
Fresh Garden Seeds
TORONTO PARKS LAWN
GRASS SEED
i
I - ... now in.
Curtis Drug Store
For   PHOTO   GOODS,   SPECTACLES
and SEEDS,
Phone 43;   L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
New Weatmlnster, B. C.
ts
THE DOMINION BANK
SIS tOMUNB * OSLIS. M.P . MI1IOINT. W. D. MATTHIWi. VIOt-PM��IO��l<T.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
Capital paid up
R.Mrv. Fund *
Total A...U .
$5,000,000
$6,000,000
$70,000,000
Making A Banking Connection
Directors of corporations and business firms In the process ol
formation, are Invited to consult with Ihe Dominion Bank on all
financial matters.
The policy of this Bank is to eitend fullest banking facilities
to progressive firms and corporations.
GET
READY
FOR SPRING
Lawn Grass Seed, White Clover, etc
RYALL'S
DRUGGIST and OPTICIAN
701 Columbia Street Phone 57
W. R. OILLEY, Phene 122. O. E. OILLEY, Phor ��� M1.
I Phones, OfTlcu 16 and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
We have a limited stock of C0M0X COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
IATEST MAP 6f NfW
WESTMINSTER
Revised and complete to date, show
in*? public hiiildiiiRB, principal industries, railway tracks and number of
lots.    Every street plainly marked,
Kvery  business  man nends oue.
Largo size, 9.t3 feet; a'.ao pocket
size.
SUNSET BLUE
PRINT CO.
t. i-i. Mccormick
REAL ESTATE ANO INSURANCE
Phone 927.      Suit 19, B. C. E. R. Depot, New  Westminster B. C.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
1709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bid??.
Specials
Rhubarb  nibs. 2,1c
I AHparnsus, per Hi 15c
Celery, per head  10c
I Lettuce   3 for 10c
Ilananas, per dozen   30c
j AYLING& SWAIN
Groceries, Fish and  Produce.
I Phone  98. 447  Columbia  St.
Boundary Bay
Maple Ileach Park, being a subdivision of the historic old Whalen
estate at Point Huberts, Wash., la at
last on the market itt Miitloo feet lots
fronting broad streets and with perpetual beach privileges. This has
heen the camp ground for Boores of
looal people for yeara. The lots aro
selling fa*L many people procuring
the locations thoy had occupied aa
tonants for years. Prlc-os $330 and upwards, easy terms. Sole agents,
CURTIS *\ DORGAN
706 Columbia Street, City.
Home For Sale
No.   1���Here  Is  a   splendid home for sale cheap.    In a good  locality near Queen's Park and new school.
It haa seven large comfortable rooms with every modern convenience;   full  basement;   on  a large lot, BCxl32  feet.
This place Is below value and  the  terniB  aro  iiuch  that almost
anyone can handle It,
PRICE,, $4400, $760 CASH, balance monthly,   lf you want to buy
a home lot'us show you this place.
BUY  YOUR  TICKET  TO CALIFORNIA HERE.
Agents for Pacific Coast  Steamship C��.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
We writ* Firs, Life, Accident, E mployere'   Liability,   Automobile   and
Marine Insurance.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
CARS LEAVE 8. C. ELECTRIC TE  RMINAL, COLUMBIA ST.
For Vancouver, via Central Park
���At 5:110 and 6:45 a.m.. and every
15 minutes until 9 pin. From 9
p.m. until midnight half hourly service.
Sundays���At 6:00, 7:00, 7:30,
8:00 and 8:30 a.m., week day service prevailing theroaftcr.
For Vancouver via Burnaby--At
5:45, 6.-15 and 8:00 a.m. with hourly service thereafter until 10:00
p.m., aud late car at 11:30 p.m.
8undays���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
with  week day service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. aud hourly until 11:00
p.m.
Sunday���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
regular week day service thereafter.
(Connection wllh cars to Steveston and other points ou Lulu la
land Is made at Eburne.
For Chllllwack and Points In
8outh Fraser Valley���At 9:30 a.m.,
1:20 p.m. and 6:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Points
���At 4:30 pm.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
"YALE ENGINES!"
run on DISTILLATE
with an efficiency
equal to the best Gasoline Engine���so that
the "YALE" stands
strong for ECONOMY.
Made  In  New  Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Works
Heaps  Engineering Co., Ltd., New -Weatmlnater.
I
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