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 Get Registered.
Only two more days In which to
register on the voters list. ,Oo it
now���or lose your franch **f Tho
list closes Monday. ���$"
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change ln temper
VOLUME 8, N  v iER 25.
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NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B.C., SATURDAY   MORNING,  APRIL  6,   19H.
FRENZIED MOB     Bi C1R. fRANCHlSE  CLOSE VOTERS'
LYNCH NEGRO
Slayed Sheriff and Fired
Five Shots at Deputy-
Was Gambler.
Crowd String  Him  Up On Pole, and
Riddle   Swaying  Corpse   With
Bullets.
Washington, N. D., April 4.���Sheriff
Courtney cf New Sheridan county,
Montana, just across the state line
weBt of here, was Instantly killed and
H. H. Burgineister, his deputy, was
shot five times this afternoon while
attempting to arrest a negro named
Collins, alleged to be a gambler, according to information received hero
tonight.
PhyBlcians say Burgmelster, who
was brought to a local hospital, will
die of his wounds. Collins has been
arrested and is In the New Sheridan
Jail. Lynching, it Is said. Is threatened. Onlv meagre details of the af
fair has boon learned here.
Riddled Corpse.
J. C. Collins, a negro, the slayer
of Sheriff Thomas Courtney, of 8herl
dan county, was taken from tho jail
tonight at 10 o'clock t-oulght' and
lynched, a frenzied mob 'of Mondak
stringing him up to a telephone pole
and then Betting fire to his clothing
In an effort to cremate tits body, after
tbey had riddled the swaying corpse
with  bullets.
Deputy Sheriff Richard Burgmelster
who waa shot five times by the negro, died tonight In a local hospital.
BURNING QUESTION
Burnaby   Ratepayers   Opposing   Proposed Agreement Call Meetings
���Exhaustive Campaign.
Discussion on the B. C. E. R. franchise question ls becoming fast and
furious among the ratepayers of Burnaby. Those who compose the opposition element to the granting of the
B. C E. U. a 36 year franchise on the
terms arranged arc conducting an exhaustive campaign with a view tu
bringing about a defeat of the bylaw
when submitted to the electorate.
Many meetings, the first ot which
will be held in the Alta Vista school,
corner of Nelson and Rumble roadB on
I Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, havc
teen arranged for the dlscueBion of
the franchise, while lt la expected that
I house to house canvaBBlng for votes
in favor and against will be started
[shortly.
Another meeting will be held in the
Burnaby  Public    hall,    Edmonds, on
I Wednesday, April 9 at 8 o'clock. The
I reeve and council have been invited
to attend both meetings.
LIST MONDAY
Last  Chance  for  Persons
Qualified to Hold Franchise to Register.
PRICE FIVC CENTS
NOTED TALENT IN  | ENGINEER FREEMAN
EAMOUS CASE!   COMING TO CITY
Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper
Counsel for John Mac-
UNEARTH SCANDAL
IN CUSTOMS Of f ICE
ALBERTA. MAY GRANT
EQUAL SUfTRAGE
Charges That Officials Are
Banded with Hongkong
Smugglers.
Candidates in Coming Election Pledge
Themselves  to  Women's
Causa.
Calgary. Alta., April 4���As the outcome of the provincial political fight
there is a possibility that Alberta will
lead all of the other provlncoh In the
confederation In giving equal political
rights to  women.
Following the load of Clifford C.
Joiiob. Liberal candidate for tho South
Calgary riding, Itev. John MaeDougall
conl re Calgary riding, and Oeorge
Hobs, north Calgary candidate In a
conference today with a delegation
representing tho Calgary Suffrage Ah
soclation, committed themselves to
the cause of votes for women.
Aa the three Calgary ridings are
considered Cunsorvnllve It Is believed
that In ihe event of election of any
one of the three Liberal candidates
the victor would bo Invited into thc
cabinet tho committment haB possibilities of  consequence
Premier Slfton departed for the
south today. Before hla departure ho
expressed hlniBolf as confident of the
outcome, and aald ho believed tho Lib
rralB would te returned to power with
even a larger majority than now obtains.
Melbourne. Aus., April 4.���Charges
that Australian customs officers were
handed wllh Hong Kong smugglers
for the cfaslon of alien restriction
act, were made today by lhe crown
prosecutor when the' trial of a num
ber of custom officers, a Chinese tn
terpreter and several Chinese rosi
| dents on a conspiracy charge was be
gun bere.
It was alleged by the crown thai
a company had been formed with
headquarters In Hong Kong to trade
in Chlneae naturaltinttou certificates.
Credentials were bought, it waa charg
ed, for returning Chinese who had no
further use for them, and these eertl
fica'es were turned over to Chinese
desiring   to  enter   AiiBtralia.
In soma cases, it was alleged, the
Bame certificates were used over and
over an fast aB they could be return
ed to Hong Kong. The company. Ihe
crown prosecutor assorted,. hnd ob
talned the connivance of Auntralinn
ctistomB officers, thus making the Illegal entry of the CIiIiiobo difficult of
detection. It was claimed by tho
crown that the alleged conaplratora
received a profit of more than $100(1
on  eaUi  certificate Issued.
Next Monday the registration of voters for the provincial list, recently
ordered by the government, wlll close
and everybody who falls to tender hie
claim prior to or upon that day will
be disfranchised. Kor several weeks
past the work of reorganizing the new
list has becn conducted throughout
the city district and It is expected that
when the closure is applied the list
will Bhow good returns.
At the commencement of the regis
tration campaign, several weeks ago,
but now it would appear that they are
applicants came in somewhat t lowly
���.'itponding to the call In much greater
numbers The belief Is widespread that
when the lint is finally ratified it will
greatly outnumber the total on the
previous roll, which has been in existence for the laut ten yeara and which
necessarily haB undergone many
changeB, obliterations and alterations.
Needlciis to say both political parties in the province have taken a very
active part In the work of registering
voters.
The situation in Now Westminster is
such that It Is necessary to have
nearly every person qualified to
namara.
Dominion Official Will Investigate Cause of Water
Discoloration.
INCREASE MILK
SHIPPING FACILITIES
Assisted By George    Gordon    Battle,
Partner of Senator for New
York State.
entered on the liBt bo that when a redistribution bill Ib passed either by the
house at Ottawa or by the provincial
lcgiElature, both of which are planned
to take place ln thc near future, the
number of vc.tera on the list ln New
Westminster and district wlll be such
as to secure here more representation
than exists at the preeent time
Two more days and the list will
close. To the person qualified to hold
a franchise this Is your last chance to
get registered for at least a year.
STAMP SALES EOR
YEAR INCREASED
Legal talent from both sides of the
International boundary will be present
In county court next Tuesday morning when the application for ball of
J. Macnamara who Ib to b�� tried at the
Miring assise court on a charge of
attempted theft of an auto owned by
Mr. T, J, Trapp of Royal avenue on
the morning of September 15, 1911, is
heard before his honor Judge Howay.
ln the court chamber yesterday
morning Macnamara, through Mr.
���Vdam S. Johnston, asked for an ad-
jcurnment on account of the non-arrival of his New York attorney. Mr.
Oeorge Gordon Battle of the law firm
of Messrs O'Gorman. Marshall and
Battle. Mr. Battle should arrive in
the city any day and will immediately
take up the eaae with Sir Charles
Hlbbcrt Tupper, K. C. c( Vancouver,
otg I who has been retained by Macnamara
Dominion Engineer Freeman, of Ottawa.! s coming to this city next week
for the purpose of investigating the
complaints of the city council aa to
tho discoloration of the city's water
supply   at   Coquitlam   Lake.
The members of the water committee of thc city council have arranged
io meet Mr. Freeman to discuss the
water trouble and to receive hla version of the cause of the discoloration.
When the Dominion government
granted the Vancouver Power Company the use of considerable property
surrounding Coquitlam Lake they
took it upon themselves to see that
the city's water Bupply would always
bo kept in an uncontaminated condition and it has been as the results
of the continual recurrence of discoloration of the water at every heavy
rainfall, that tho engineer has becn
sent to the coast to investigate the
cause atjd decide what action Bhould
be taken to keep it pure.
to conduct his defense and press his
application for ball.
The law firm of O'Corman. Mar
shall and Battle is one of the best
known In the United States, the f'rst
named being United Statea senator
for New York.
Yesterday'a short session was the
outcome of an adjournment from the
day previous asked for by Crown Prosecutor J. R. Grant.
Mr. Adam S. Johnston. Just as soon
ag Macnamara was placed tn the dock
came forward and staling that he had
Just been retained bv Macnamara and
therefore had had little time to look
into the case, asked for an adjournment until Tuesday morning next,
when he stated that Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper would conduct the case
for his client and also by that time
Mr. Battle,- of New Yoik, would be
on hand tn assist ln the case.
GET TOGETHER
ON MARKET SCHEME
B. C.  E.  R.  Will  Place Two Trains
Dally on Fraser Valley Line for
Benefit of Farmers.
With a view to catering even more
to the milk shippers and farmers of
the Fraser valley and also the dealers
In this city and Vancouver, Mr. Allan
Purvis, Interurban manager of the
B. C. E. It., has decided to add an additional baggage car to the morning
train leaving Chilliwack at 9 o'clock
for the sole purpose of carrying milk.
Thia will mcaa two milk trains com
Ing in from the valley every day, the
special milk train which has been on
the run for the past several months In
tho afternoons being changed to a
night train.
The latter change will be made with
tho approach of rummer weather when
considerably difficulty Is experienced
In bringing the lacteal fluid into thc
cities.
Mr. Purvis held a meeting yester
day morning with many of the farm
ers and shippers of this district and
from the information obtained at the
gathering which was largely attended
It Ib probable that Blmilar meetings
will be held between the patrons and
officials of the company with a view
of Improving present conditions.
CANADIANS WANT
AMERICAN MONEY
Western Canada Power Cbl
Wants to Borrow!
000 in New Yo*.
Australian-Canadian Reciprocity.
Sydney, N.S.W., April 4.���Keferrlng
to the forthcoming conference between
Canada, Australia and New Zealand,
tho Sydney Herald sayB that tor some
lime a feeling In favor of lnter-Domln-
lon reciprocity has been gaining
ground. The Commonwealth would be
glad to hear that Borne tangible stepl Street, America's grot
Wlll
Increase  Plant am
Carry  Out Contract With
B.  C.  E. R.
tea
In order to purchase and la stall additional machinery necessary for tbe
carrying out of the contract rerent-
ly entered into by the Western Canada Power Company and ttie B, C. K.
it., whereby the former will aeU ��.-
000 hcrae power to the older concern
the huge sum of -$3,200,000 will Qow
into the coffers ot the selling rauu-
pany, being .subscribed by New York
capitalists.
ThiB is tho largest notation made
in the United States tor a t*eshatt*mm
project for some little time, aod U.
is expected, in the opinion et local
financial men, that the flow ol money
from the American side of the fanrder
into Canada will increase bom now
on seeing that municipal bond tamest
in the London money market are n��t
regarded In a proper light at the i
ent time.
Owing  to  the  tact that
municipal  bonds  were  readily
up by the English Investor, no attempt
waa made to float any isanes la Wali
I
Co-operation Is Vital to Producers and
Consumers Alike���General Meeting May 2.
Iu order to arouse Interest through
out the Fraser valley ln the scheme of
the New Westminster board of trade
to expand and Increase the scope of
the   city    market,  Mr. C. H. Stuart
had been taken to bring about that
achievement although the absence of
South Africa makeB a comprehensive
scheme Impossible. It is hoped that
the parties will arrive at some plan
which will recognize the membership
tre.
Now that a stringency saints ia the
world's money markets and the eoss-
sequent Inability nt the
to float any Canadian leans
decent figure It ts all tugethei i
of the Dominions In one empire, and 1 ble and probable that ���ttenViou wOI
will Involve the interest of all as a now  be turned to New Tor*.
community. The peculiar feature stoat this *�����-
posed move, stated one local tmsbaen-s
man to the News yesterday, is thai
while New York is snpplylnc I
to  several large Canadian
Splendid   Showing   of   Poatoffice  for
Twelve   Months   Ending
March 31.
If the stamp sales of the postofflce
r the   Dominion   fiBcal  year  ending
March 31, can be taken aB any critcr
WELL KNOWN MAN
DIES SUDDENLY
SPLENDID CONCERT
BY BARNARDO'S BOYS
A. F. Macfarlane of Winnipeg Found
Dead In Ottawa Hotel���Connect-
ed With Railroad.
Wade, secretary of the board, has sent
i copies of the following letter to all
Mr.   Battle  came  Into  prominence the agricultural municipalities In the
several yearB aeo when he waa retain-1 vaueT.
*. =y *J"T\.1��, '"��*��� the murderer i .���v.J\\rlm ol a resolution ot thla
of Stanford White at New York and -^^ a new standing committee has
conducted the case In Its early stages. | been established to be known as the
Mr. E. P. Davla, K. C. of Vancou-1 MarkeU and General Produce commlt-
ver.  who has  represented the crown i)ec
(���r  ,-,.,.   ,,, ,.*���.,   ,,.,.,|   ......  ,.,���,,, -j'n th<' hearings against Charlea Dean j    ..lt8  obJect  i8  t0  endeavor  to  get
f,r  ""    '' """   "M ���''   ���'""   """""Ithe  alleged  bank  robber and  also  in I mon co-operation amongst the Fraser
lon New Westminster's I n.'nei... dur|the Pr*llm,nar.v stages of the Mac- . val,ey producers nnd assist them in
toa IM* arrt theflrstthtm Months ��*������ ****. opposed the application obtaining an adequate return for their
of" 1913 .leased by pracUcin, 20 ! f"r ��" ""J"''"""-"" -twin* that des-1 producU. We hope with the help of
por cent P"e  the appearance of an   American  your board and  the farmers' assocla
Thla waa Ihe advance In tho atanin 'a"orney nothing could be gone Into Uona in your locality, to find a solu
sales for^the fiscal year compared ""J*1,tb' ''videnoe prcd'.ccd at the tion for this very difficult problem,
wllh the Corresponding'figures of the;preliminary hearing of tho accused and furthermore to ascertain the cause
fluent vaar nr^vlniin i ln   Police  court. of Ibe continual  Increase of the coat
The   exact   fieures   were-    Fiscal'     u"*^<'  "oway  however granted  the  of    food     products   to   the   consumer
ending     March   31,   lJi 8,  total I adjournment stating that as Iho crown-1 whilst the producer receives no great-
for tho fiscal
MM POSTPONE
ALBERTA ELECTIONS
such as the Western
Company and railway
money  really comes from
The American -Interests,
but   by  no   means  any
than the Canadian
to secure capital at a
terest and they ate
r\   l r% .. .        tvttratas, wig ismj *.
���-Lalgary Conservatives Ap-lout the money to
���or  municipalities at
ply to Supreme Court for
Injunction.
1 even   six.   per  cent.
I profit on the transaction.
raha at ha- .I
Me hstsasr        N ��1
a *m*m*s**m e*i\
GfRNAIV DIRKWf
fflWHS m nm
year
stamp sales, $43,449.7
your    ending     March   31,   1918,   total
stamp sales. $37,876.49.    The Increase
In figures for the year Just ended Ib
$6678.88.
Postmaster J. W. MacDonald is
most optimistic over the results of the
new fiscal year Just entered us regards   Ftamp   sales,     lie   states   that
had  been granted an adjournment  Itjer amount for his labor.
was  only   right   to  extend  the  same      "We are of the opinion  that It Is
courtesy   to   tho   defense.     The   case | time to endeavor to stem the ever in
will   be   heard   on   Tuesday   morning
next.
Three Children Cremated.
Elkala, Mont. April 4.-Throe children   were   cremated   in   a   fire   in   a
���������������������������������������������������
Interesting and Varied Program���De-
serving of  Better Patronage���
Worthy Object.
Uefore a regrctably small audience
the mtiBlcal boys of the famous Dr.
Ilarnardo'B Homes of England, gave
a musical concert in St. Patrick's hall
last evening that for variety and excellence would bo hard to surpaaa.
Coupled with thc concert Rev. W. J.
Mayers, senior deputy secretary of the
homes, gave a most Interesting account of what Dr. Barnardc has done
for the Old Country and for Canada,
something that cannot be too greatly
estimated or praised.
The ten boys who formed the party
were under the leadership of Mr. A,
Aaron, "musical Instructor and were
specially trained for the tour they are
now making throughout the Dominion
to raise funds for the homes to
which they owe practically their lives
Mr. Mayers gave his addreBs at the
conclusion of which the musical pro
gram was Btarted. This was composed of a pleasing variety of selection-?
on all manner of instruments. Includ
ing the bagpipes on which the boys
demonstrated   themselves   adepts.
The laBt number, a selection on
fairy bells, and auto-harps was both
most unique and harmonizing to.the
ear and brought forth many rounds
of applause.
The singing of the national anthem
brought theevenlng to acloso.
In connection with the visit of the
hoys, Mr. Mayers and Mr. Aaron
It li interesting to note that ll.It.H.
the Dufctf of Connaught, Governor-
Oeneral, grnclously granted an interview on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, to Rev.
W, J. Mayers. Ills Royal Highness
{Continued on Para Bight*'
Ottawa, April 4 ���A. Q. Macfarlane,
a well known public man of Winnipeg
and western divisional engineer of tho
Transcontinental railway, was found
dead in his bedroom at tho New Russell  house this morning.
Tho deceased came to Ottawa to
transact some business connected wllh
tho railway. Tuesday ho complaim d
of being sick and remained ln his
room. Yesterday Dr. Mulligan was
sent for, but did not consider the Illness serious. He advised that a nurse
be obtained, however, but Macfarlane
would not have one as hc said he did
not feel 111 enough.
Tho porters of the hotel occasionally looked into his room to see that
ho was all right. At 7:30 thla morning they found him lying dead on the
floor, partly dressed. He was 6(1 years
of age. The body was removed to tho
morgue and an Inquest not being considered necessary, the bpdy will be removed to Alnionte this afternoon.
Mr. Macfarlane, who at one time
lived In Almonte, had been lu the employ of the Transcontinental commission for not more than three months.
Not long ago he wae appointed divisional superintendent west ot Wlnnl-
peg_to succeed Reeno Poulin, who dlfd
at St, Boniface. He was regarded at
headquarters as a most capable member of thc outside staff of the Transcontinental. He was In Ottawa In connection with his duties.
C. N. R. Seek Subsidies.
Ottawa. April 4.*��� It is now learned
that what tho Canadian Northern is
seeking at Ottawa Is not a direct government loan of $10,000,000, hut further subsidies. These subsidies, It Is
said. Include a grant of $12,000 a mile
for the rcuininlng links of the C.N.R.
transcontinental lines now under construction. The hialn.ltem suggested Is
for subsidizing the link between Ottawa and Port Arthur, about BOO
miles. Three years ngo a government
bond guarantee of $36,000 a mile was
given for this section but the cost Is
running up to about $50,000 a mile.
Another line needing the same treat,
ment is between Edmonton and tho
British Columbia boundary.
QUEEN   MARY   WILL
OPEN NEW HOSPITAL
the business of the postofflce Is in- j ranch house near here today while the
creasing steadily and all indications I parents. Mr. and Mrs, Michael Caruos
are that new records will be created . Were absent. An overheated stove
and a much  more valuable showing caused the fire.
made when  March  31,    1914   'comes | -���.��� ���	
around.
These are only tho stamp sale figures. The total postal order sales and
commissions have yet to be compiled
and It is expected that when they aro
complete an equally as good Bhowlng
will be mado.
Pirates Hold up British Steamer
Hongkong, April 4.    Pirates yester
day held up tho British river steamer
Taion in tho estuary of the Canton
river. Thoy killed two and wounded
four Chlneae passengers. Thoy tird
up tho European officers and carried
off everything of value, even to the
Fhlp's lights, arniB and ammunition.
The pirates, to the number of 30,
hoarded the steamer at Hongkong as
passengers. When outRlde liritish
waters they rose nnd killed the steers-
man, bound the officers and ransacked the cabins, obtaining about $lii:>ii
and a quantity of valuables and made j ��� mony.
off In the steamer's boats.
Toronto, April 4.���Queen
Mary has consented to open
the Queen Mary hospital erected by the National Sanitarium
association at Weston for children afflicted with tuberculosis
nt a date to bo fixed later early
in   Juno.
Her majesty will prors a button at Buckingham palace, that
will, by special arrangement
with the cable company, have
the iffect of opening the doors
of the hospital.
The building will be completed early in May and will bo
ready for occupation Immediately  after  the  opening   core'
Calgary, Alta.. April 4.���The rumor
that   local   Conservatives    might    at-
tempt lo postpone the provincial eloc J
tlon crystallied today �� hen J. t,. Red I
man.   a  clerk   In   the   law-   offices    oft
Senator I.oiighheed and R. D. Bennett I
j member   cf  parliament   for   the   Cal J
I urary   riding,   both   promlnont   Conser .
vatives.   mado  application   to   the  su |
preme  court  asking  that the  return- I
Ing  office  of Calgary   be   restrained
from  receiving nominations on  April
10 or holding an election April IT. A|
summons  was  issued.
The contention of those asking tor I ri^j'oTthe dirigible Zeppelin IV ��t
tho  writ    is    that  lhe  election  writs|jjeti   ��ith   the   military
n ot French Go*
Germany���Only One Qlaccnf-
ant Note-
creasing Import Into the province of
such food supplies ns can be satisfactorily  grown  in  this  valley.
"We hope to be able by means of a
permanent committee of practical farmers from the various districts, to ar-|
rive at a decision as to what steps
Should  be  taken  to  utilize  whatever I were not issued in accordance    wlthj(he n-embers of whict weta bid-* **f
Bcrlin,   April' 4'.
The  -reported ar-
markotablo produce Is grown���and
thereby benefit both the producer aud
consumer.
"Briefly, this is the object aimed at.
I am instructed to ask your board to
select the most capable resident avail
able as your delegate to this commit
the requirements Ot the act in that the jthe  French) authorities at tsoeviDe-
time between lhe issuance of the writs !when  the  Zeppelin  IV landed tlierw
and  that of holding  nominations  ls |.yesterday, is hailed here this **********
something like ten hours short of sixteen  davs.
The situation in  the Rocky  Mountain  riding has  taken  on  a new  as-
tee of which Mr. D. S. Curtis la the!pect bv the decision of W. E. Powell
chairman, with ex-Mayor l-.ee (our to continue in the field and that of
president) and Messrs. Otway Wilkie, Captain W, A. Beebe, of Blairmore.
I,. M. Richardson, J. W. Cunningham, I the straight Liberal candidate to with
W. V. Butcher. A. P. Macdonald and|uraw.
Councillor Coldicutt, Burnaby, as the
present members.
"A general meeting of this committee is hereby called fo? Friday. May
8 at 1:30 p.m. in the board of trade
rooirs, cily hall. New Westminster.
"We believe that It is in your interest to support nnd give active co-opcra-
tlon In strengthening our efforts to
Improve existing conditions whllBt
advocating a greater consumption of
home grown products, and it Is believed that thla board's object will be ap
prcclated by your organization and
that you will gladly welcome the opportunity to advance the Interests of
your own community."
with thu greatest ���au.tisfactiuu. Tbe
conduct of the French government Is
highly praised by Uto- nawttipgiB****.
even HBfi Chauvinist organs joining in
expressions of appreciation ef Use Jaoa-
pltality shown the Gennaam*****t*i**m.
the promptnosa withi which tha ��xmxSf"
investigation into the affair was ���
The I.okal Anzeiger strikes the��
discord'aut note    It prints a dripatrti
UNCONFIRMED REPORT THAT SCUTARI
HAS FALLEN IN HANDS OF MONTENEGRINS
Paris, pAril 6.���A despatch to the
Matin from Belgrade says that some
of the newspapers there have received
advices from Cettlnje and Alossio announcing that Scutari has fallen and
that the Montenegrin and Servian
troopB entered the citv Fridav nfter-
ioon. The correspondent adds that
tlie Servian government has received
no official confirmation of the reports.
Enormous  Loss.
London, April 4.���A despatch to a
news agency from Antivari says Hie
Montenegrins loat 34 offlcera and 100-1
iiion k'lled Monday in tholr attack
on Tarabesch.
Defer Reply.
London, April 4.���As It has come to
the knowledge of the powers that the
Balkan allies have decided not to deliver their reply to the terms of peace
drafted by the ambassadors until Ssu-
tarl Is taken, It was decided at today's
conference of tha ambassadors held
at thc foreign office, to Insist that
the reply Bhall not be longer delayed.
This decision will be known to the
alllea through the ministers of the
powers stationed in the Balkan capitals.
The settlement of tho Turko-Bul-
gariau frontier, vhlch all the parties
have agreed shall be drawn In a
straight llin with the gulf of Enos to
Mldin, gives the powers the necessary
excuse for hurrying the allies.
Will Settle Dispute.
St. Petersburg. April 4.���The ambassadorial conference which has In view
the settlement cf the dispute between
Rumania and Bulgaria, at Ita second
meeting today, examined in detail the
memorandum of tho plenipotentiaries
and disputants. There was an exchange of views of the ambassadors
and a common ground for ending the
controversy was established. Despite
the mutual opposition of the contending parties the question will be settled definitely and the decision published simultaneously with the resump
tlon   of  peace  negotiations  between
the allies and the powers.
M. Sazonoff, the Russian foreign
minister, explained today to the repre
sentativea in the Duma the evolution
of Russia's foreign policy. He declared that Russia had no occasion
to fear war complications. The demands ot thn Bnlkan allies would be
more or less satisfied, he said, but
Montenegro would receive less than
the others, as she was not to have
Scutari.
The foreign minister expressed the
opinion, however, that the determlna
tlon of the Servian-Bulgarian frontier
would lead to grave complications, as
Servla'a military operations were driving her further south than the alliance
had permitted her to go.
M. Suonoff added tbat It had been
hoped that tbe Russian emperor
would be chosen aa the supreme arbitrator ln the matter, but that lately
Servia seemed to be avoiding such
a settlement.
GERMAN NEWSPAPER
FAVORS RESTRICTION
Say Time Is Ripe for Holding International Conference on  Military  Matters.
. fram   Metz   which   saya  the dirigib-k-
, was shot  at while in the air and Jts<
officers wert: insulted repnaledlj aflev
I landing.
Whether the French military orftr?
' ers made a study uf tba pints ed the
Zeppelin  while  t.he  was   ws****M st
; Lunevllle is not dear, hat It is hit
here   that   little   valuable
! have been obtained iy Oa
Ily brief examination they
ableed to make
Berlin, April 4.*��� Discussing thc latest race for military expansion In
Europe, the Frankfurt Zeitung, ln a
loading article today suggests that
the time ls favorable for the holding
of an International conference to
evolve a plan for Its restriction.
The paper says: "No country parti
clpatlng in this rivalry can propose
the conference. The llulted States
alone Is In a position to discharge
thiB service for the other nations and
to secure for Itself their gratitude.
President Wilson'B inaugural speech
warrantB the hope that he will take
the Initiative and in doing so he would
be supported by the beBt citizens of
his country."
SHARP BATHE
OCCURS AT MfB
General Ojeda and 300
tack Line of 600 State
Surrounding
Wins Swimming Championship
Chicago, April 4.--Harry J. Hebner
is national A. A. V. champion 100 yard
swimmer and also 160 yard back
storke champion. Hebner took both
titles for this year In the Illinois Athletic club tank tonight. The 100 yards
waa Won ln -.55 2-5. Perry McGlllivray
was second and A. C. Ralthel third.
All were ot the I. A. C. Hebner won
the 150 yard back stroke In 2:16 4-5.
M. L. Mott was second and Robert E.
Thompson third.
Naco.  Ariz., April
ro Ojeda, with his 3B0
als,  late today attache*
601)   Btate  troopa
For a few minutes Just
a hot fire progressed
of Naco.    Bullets atrac-h
lngs in Naco, Ariz.    Ohttm
cut through, but heW U
Determining te prcveat
composing tho only
���ion ln northern
Ing  into Chihuahua.
state troops were rushed la
sides.    General AITSro
state commander, **tfm%
command tomorrow.
However, Ojeda
his base at Naco.   It w
were killed during the
lasted only a> halt ha PAGt   TWO
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, U13.
3H??H
lt5>TER
���*%. "-,.-': ��� ���
sii many of his comrades, hilt recovered, maintaining his courage In the
face of a Ofbasand difficulties and
discouragements. He hoped for new
supplies and men from Bngland, and
jsor l.iirkin was horn in La Salle
county, 111., April 5, 1X47, and his
formal education was very limited.
From his youth thc study cf the
heavens held a  fascination  for him,
Ms ..? y��u>
ir-Mtminttsr ond
National PrlnHn-p
.<ti a-sJeeseteat morning paper ietiond lo the mi
ih* rra-wr Valley. I'abltshett tvtry mornimj KDOtpt Sunday ul) the
Limited, cl 63 UcKtmU Street, S'-.e  Hcsimi-islor, British
Riilllt SUTHERLAND, Monoiiing Director.
>e oddreeeed to rhe Sew Wtttmimter Sens, and ""', t,jm3t.if performing the work Hint was
,, _ i thi staff. Cheques, draft* ond monev order* should I" """I*1 j hardest and most difficult.    Like
aa u, v*e n.Uiuhoi Prtn-Hiij and -PtiMlfMnt Oomyami. lAmuea. rf���������_,
TmUt**BOSIsa���a*x*inBtt oinee and Manttper, aim.* Editorial Kooroe (oil Opart-
""tmWPTHUI tUTBB���By oarrier. 14 ��** l/eor, 11 for Ihree month., 40o per
���tii   Rn ill-ill. J3 |ier tear, 260 per inonth.
STei&ySapS*^n'*ra^\^swVim i hum i�� n* it**. *****.***>
The editor rescrres the right lo rtftlM tht publication ol  ain
I't.oieJis'.j Conxpttnu
ahtex
su **at*asat**xatt*at sn
���tm mdivitltud members
In lhe meantime worked valiantly for  and he determined to become an astro-
1I10 elovailon    of   the   Africans,   al- nomer. '
though the blacks wore far from ap-1    Ho  was 33  when he    realized    his
preclatKa. ambition, oroiiin.; ami becoming   the
He* planted  orchards and  gardens, |director of the Now Windsor observatory In Illinois.    In 1882 he went to
srdest and most difficult
other Columbus, he sought
iho drooping spirits of his
but in vain.    They thought
auto revive
som fades
only   of
st-ntrr** t%w*xttxrc.
SATURDAY   MORNING,   APRIL
England, and in Novdmbeer of 17B8
ll.-avcr waa forced to give in lo their
demands and return to England.   Ho
the Knox college observatory, and in
1900 was offered and accepted the
directorship of the Lowe observatory,
perched on the summit of Echo moil"
tain, In the Sierra Madras of California. Professor Larkin is the an
thor of "Itadiani Energy" and other
ment A somewhat similar prohibition
and had fallen into practical abeyance,
The present mure rigorous decree Is
the outcome of protests made hv the I
medical faculty on tlio ground of dole ���
terlous consequences of such expert j
ineiits    upon    woak-iniuileil    persons '
They declare that a number of poor. 1
Ignorant   and   nervous   patients  have ,
boon  driven  Insane  by  the antics of
these professors.
Btopped  for a  time nt  Sierra  Leone,  books, nnd is a    frequent contribute
where he was again attacked by t\
fever, but the summer of 1704 round
him back In his native land. H's stay-
at-home n��*-iooiutes voted him n medal
for his valiant and noble conduct
CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME.
The general meeting of the Progressive Association
��n Thursday last affords material for the attention of all 	
who are desirous of doing real solid work for the good of \trica, ami which was eagerly
their community.   Here we would refer to the suggestion i * ^f^^0^ ^
put forward hy the acting-secretary that a campaign be uter serving his country in Kuyi.t
organized to have a display of Westminster made goods
or Westminster produce upon some date to be arranged.
This matter has been under consideration by the association for some time, and, as the idea is a sound one
and only needs willing workers to see its consummation
snd consequent benefit to thc community, we trust that
it will receive the hearty co-operation of those whom it
more nearly affects.
But in this, as in too many matters from whose prosecution and success every individual in the city stands to
pain directly or indirectly, the work is almost invariably
left to a few, while by far too large a majority is content |^�� .;;,
to look on and criticize.
This is not the true spirit of the Now Westminster
that we hope to see here in due course, and it may be stat-1 ���* *
ed plainly that success in all our branches of endeavor as
a community can only come through the co-operation and
spontaneous interest of as many as possible of our citizens.
We have frequently drawn attention to the new spirit
that is abroad in the community, antl we believe that it is
>till growing, but���we want to see it grow faster.   Now,
if over, in the history of this city is the time when our
business men and our workers in other spheres alike must
sink petty differences, personal spites, and so forth and
try to pull together.
If the proposal to initiate a campaign for the practice
of the virtue of buying New Westminster or British Columbia products, wherever possible, rather than those from
outside points, be approached in thc spirit of the New
Westminster we hope for, there cafi be no doubt that it
wfll result in the success that so worthy a project deserves.
to  the  newspapers and astronomical
journals.
Joan Antoine Charmion.    who    hv
just been  declared "legally missing"
For some time the explorer devoted  by a    I'aris court, will celebrate    his
Yunself    to     writing     his    "African  I4gth birthday tomorrow, If ho is still
Memoranda " a work which gave   the alive.   Descendants of .loan, who wai
or'.d much original Information about ,-porn en April fi. 17(57, entertain n sua
y read
out on
later.
E
Beaver sei ont again for Africa.
On \prtl 5. 1S13, in his 54th year,
he dlo.l nt the Cape of Good Hope,
from ton severe exposure and labor in
exploring the coast of Quiloa.
Bi i* ��� r was nol only a man of ac-
��� ion. n pioneer In the dimmest cf a
continent hot was also a scholar of
db'lltv, possessed of a groat fund of
knowlcdssr. It \i said that during one
f Irs '��� ������: cr.ildes ho read the Rn
cycloped'a Brltannlca from A to Z.
and treasured up in h's memory mes'
of its contents,
Livingstone is entitled  to all    the
nraiss recently showered upon him
Is nl-o duo to Heaver that hid
il fame   should    b��    rescued
from   the
engulf It.
oblivion   that   ihreatons  tt
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*       FROM   OUR   BOOKSHELF.      ���
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��UTOMOD!LES   AS    FARM    TOOLS.
V.
I>. Cobnrn, Becretary of the K in-
*��!-, department if agriculture, Is de-
cidedtj of the opinion that the auto-
mile in une ot the ferns tor the Im-
provpment  -of   rural     conditions   and
uperlor to the educated In general Inti lllgence,
It is all very well to say thai if a
yi uni; ti How has lhe right elements in
his character he will not remain il-
llterate, no matter how he Ib handicapped.   In this country wo have little
rjjat its value
ull proportion
Other elnae.
llo i-hiiulil lx
tm the farmers
���An  t jtr-niltil   il
lad-cod. tarin
in a position i 1 kjw ���*���
of Kan*-.is are making
*  of iu--   automobile.
1,1 adjoining -.-1 at ih are
to thi* farmer Is oul of conception of the disadvantages that
greater    than   to  any   many of the workers in Southern Eli-I
rope grow up under.     Schools   there;
we not as free as Ihey are hi re, and
childhood has not  the chance lhat il 1
has here
In ninny of the countries of Kurope
111" pi-ol lein of how to make a living
has io In' grapled with by the young
before they havo had many yi ars ol
living.
The tests  that   should   be   search-
Ingly applied to all seeking admission
10  this country  are   those  to   prove
farm  equip- jgood  behavior.  Industry, health,  free-
I dom from had habits and no   leaning
..Vine ������������ -eair.e, for Nebraska boasts
uf a Bieater percentage of automo-
taHc* than almoti any ether slate in
Union, ln a recant newspaper article
���Mr. Oitjuni -nays that the auto is "so
i-Uimiratily adapted to farm nsefiilm ss
-aiat 'in*, itmrti progressive must regard
it -a* part of the modi rn
���MKa
It is orefhomlng some of the chief
-Trawbarks which have been urged
���eigaintrt farm llfo In the past lt maki B
Varin life k-its burdensome and mure
Hfsre-eatile; makes communities more
wiKhborly-, hdps farm women to an
viatier life, and lias n tendency to keep
{ho iKiy-s on the farm. Further, "so far
*�� if savce time, team and man to the
farm, fo that extent the auto is help-
��ng to solve another serious problem
cital of labor."
Inridrntally, nnd a point not brought
cast t.y Mr t'ohurn, the growing use of
automobiles on  farms  shows  the  de-
��� cVde-rt improvement in the material
C.iH-di*!ior>8 ot farmers of the present
Jay; that they are gelling far larger
returns than ever beforo, and that they
��� -Ran afford, for convenience, to make
tovestrocniB in machinery which would
iiavt. been extravagant for furmers of
B pa-st generaliou.
Thr farmer ot loday ean afford to
**e��jp an automobile an read My as the
**��*��� earner of today to have a tele-
���phone ln��talled in his house. The
->ixiiri*t- of the- past are the necessities
ill today with al) classes.-Seat lie
(P.-l.
to vicious political ideas. Th> utmost
care iliould be taken to see that the
antecedents of every newcomer are
satisfactory as to these points.
We have not been particular enough
in the past, and as a con'0111101100 we
have let in many disreputable, lazy,
vicious and useless people. Murders
outrages and the establishment of cni-
oniea In which sanitation ard puhllc
order are hard to maintain have given
us much experience if Immigrants or
the kind the country does not want.
The death ot Mr. William Hale
While, hitler known as "Mark Rutherford," removes one of tlie most dis-
tlngtitsli il and original of modern
writers, :*. ,-rr cr whose rare sincerity
ii thi light and feeling, profound
thlc 1 bont, and austere simplicity of
li ������>��� lilm an unique place in
English literature,
ii can hardly be doubt tl that    his
u*il 1 .  ��� f English  life  in  the    mid
nineteenth   ci ntm'j    v. ill     last     a
1.1    i* ; they reveal a phase of socle
classics;     thoy    reveal    a    phase    (
c) ty thai ha i 1.11 n toui hi d by ni
��� ther v rlti r the life of lower middle
class people, most Nonconformist, In
country placea aud In London, lives
deminated !������ Puritanism, grey nun
narrow Indeed, but made extraordln-
���i- I.- Interest'na tn the reader by
'.M iiv. Rutherford's subtle psychology
���im! sympathetic Insight.
Mark Rutherford's first book, "Tho
Autobiography," v. as. published In
18S1, and wns followed between that
year and 18!>5 by "Mark Rutherford's
Deliverance," "The Revolution ln
Tanner's Lane," "Miriam's Schooling
and other Papers," "Catherine Furze"
and "Clara Hopgood." Though these
books came by degrees tn attract thi
attention of lovers ni literature, n
was only in ltW4 I'mi thev attained a
really wide circulation through the
publication of a shilling edition by
1 Mr. Fisher I'nwin.
In  addition  to  the novels Mr. lln-
win published a volume of essays by
Mark Rutherford entitled "Pages from
la Journal," and lis   translations   of
j -toinoza's "Ethics" and  "Emendation
I T Ihe Intellect."
In his hook,   "How    Criminals   are
i Made and Prevented." which  Mr. Un-
win   published   on   March   81,  Canon
It rslev  gives    a  "retrospect     of    40
years."
Kver since his chaplaincy of Clerk
enwell  prison     Canon     Ilorsley     has
been a keen student of erimo and its
causes and an active worker in prison  But    a    very    peremptory    dismissal,
ajnd social reform dated April 5th, 17S7. was already on
His   new   book   deals   largely   with !t,,B wp-*>' and ���'���'������' Put an end ,u ""'
ple'.on that perhaps he is dead, and
are trying to gel possession of a fortune lo which M. Charmion h the
rightful heir.
jean disappeared from his noons-
ton-nd haunts Just a century MO, In
lain, and since then his estate has
been iho Bubject of legal proceedings,
Now thai Jean Is declared "legally
missing" the heirs hope that In tin-
course of tli" nevt century he may be
considered "legally dead."
>���$���������������������������������������������
> FIRST  THINGS. ���
������*<���������*������������������������*
The first, electric battery was tho
Invention of Alessandro Volta, of the
University of l'avia, who died seventy-six yours ago today, it was in 1800
that Volta announced his epochal discovery of the "Voltaic pile," whieh
was composed of disks of zjnc and silver, and moistened card, and was the
crude forerunner of the electric battery of today.
He was a contemporary of Oalvanl,
and engaged ill a bitt. r controversy
wlili that pioneer in electrical science.
The words galvanic nnd voltaic, now
in common use, wen- di rived from thi
names of these two Invi mars. Voll r-
first, i leetrie batterj C tu isted Ol '���'
disc of cardboard, and moistened \ Ith
water.
ity connecting a num! r ������ r paii ol
tin se f-ii-ili a electrlcitj was d vi i ped
Volta was tha scion of a noble Italian
family, and Napoleon made him a
count of the Kingdom of Italy,
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���    CANADIAN HISTORY TODAY    ��
���������������������������������������������������
APRIL    FIFTH.
Iii early days Prince Edward (then
1st. John's) Island, suffered from t'i
! wholesale granting of Innls to absentee proprietors; and from the neglect  Of  these absentees   to pay   thi
!"quitronts" designtd to be Usui for
the public service.
ll Buffered also from the quarrel:
of tho officials; and in UK an aglta
tion began for the removal of the
rath rehlgh-handed governor, Waltir
Patterson,   who  had   held   office   for
some sixteen years, un one occasion,
when the Assembly which bad ad
ii.urni il. tailed to rcasEemhle on the
day fixed, (owing, it was saitl, t'i bad
weather) Patterson issued a proclam
ation declaring that it "was dissolved
ipso facto."
In the summer of l'sfi he was ordered to return to Kngland to give an ac-
countof his conduct, and Colonel Fanning was sent from Nova Scotia to
take charge or the government, Bul
in one excuse i'r another Patterson
put off his departure, and for Bomi
months Prince Edward Island was in
Uie difficult predicament of having
two governors whose commands at
times conflicted.
Onto, for Instance, Vanning dis
solved the Assembly, and, two days
afterwards    Patterson   prorogued   It!
commercial morality as a cause or
crime, but alao with tbe genera!
moral and social improvement in l/n
But Canada holds out opportunities Hon land some exceptions); prncres��
for millions of law-abiding, Intelligent, In prison reform; Increase In hottim;
able-bodied and willing workers,���To- as a cause of crime; Intemperance
ronto Mall and Empire. j lespeelallv    among    womenl    as    s
cause;  infantile mortality;   the modi-
*****************  ral Mre 0( tllP schr,,,! child; n���, tr,1ns
���      SCRAP BOOK FOR TODAY.      ���   formation  of  the   lada   in   the   wrnnv
palh: the refnrmat'on of the hooligan;
and recent literature on crime.
Centenary  of  Death  of  Beaver,
runner cf Livingstone.
One hundred years ago today .April
���r'.   1813, Philip    Heaver.    Kngiish    ex
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Fore-1
IMMIGRANTS     CANADA      WANTS.
Thoii-gh it 'nas passed by tbe Senate
over tbe veto of Prealdent Taft. the
Jtiirn-i'tl Hill for establishing and en-
Von-img the literary lisl for inuni-
**<rantB did not receive enough votes
^n tbe House of  Representatives  to
A*>verrcijie the veto.
Had there been five more Itepresen-
..ative.n ie favor of it, it would have
<'le-e-oTrw a law. It is almost certain to
Ibe placed on the statute hook in the ;
levu future, for the new Congress is
Sielif vwl to tie at least as favorable to |
;i aa the last one, and tho new Presi- i
��� lent miKbt not veto it.
Its     enactment    antl    enforcement 1
inn;.C undoubtedly operate lo divert to
plorer and navigator, died at the Capt
of (iood Hope. Just 17 davs before
'.iea-,t-r's death. David Livingstone,
who was destined to carry to completion the work commenced by Heaver,
was horn in Scotland,
The great missionary doctor's    centenary      was      recently      celebrated
throughout      (he      English-speaking
Wl rid, but the Intrepid Heaver,
plnni ei- and forerunner of Livingstone
is little less entitled to grateful remembrance,
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* THE   HUMAN   PROCESSION.    ���
��� (By  O.  Terence.) ���
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Lord
Leven,   Scotch   Earl,  27  Today
Gees Into Trade.
John   David   Leslie-Melville,   twelfth
Karl of Leven and Melville, scion    of
one   of   the    oldest     Scottish     noble
families,  will be  i!7 years old today
He   recently   visit, d    Vmerlca     nn     .-
hunting  trip, Intending  ti) spend tw-
or  three  months  shooting  In   various
sections t.f the    United    State!    and
.Canada, but changed bis mind and re
Beavers career commenced In   thelmalned only a week.
royal navy, in which he served during
the American revolution. After the
conclusion of that struggle, the young
man conceived the project of founding
a colony in Africa, not for gain, but to
cultivate the land by free labor, to
civilize the natives and to introduce
among them European arts, Bclenco
and culture.
After    reading    all    the    available
a
Since returning    tn    England,    the
i Karl of Leven and Melville has gon"
Into   trade,   having   Joined   a   firm   of
merchants   In    London,   Doing   lntr,
trade used to be abhorrent to all   tho I
;best Instincts of lhe  liritish  nobility
but of late It has become so common
that  Lord  Levon'a venture provoked
j not a ripple of excitement.
The llrst ancestor of the yenn-*-; earl '
deadlock.
"Fifty-four, forty, or fight," the cry
of tho United States expansionists
which eventually resulted In the annexation of much Pacific Coast, territory which, many believe, Bhould now
he a part of the Dominion, had its origin in n convention between the
United States and HUBBia, concluded
at St. Petersburg eighty-nine years
ago today, April 5, 1S24.
This agreement fixed latitude fifty-
four forty as lhe northern boundary
claimed by th. United States. Kor
twenty years theiquestion of the boundary between British America and the
republic remained In abeyance. Then
cami- the threat of tiie United Statea,
"flfty-fi ur, forty, or fight," and for a
time war eeemi d imminent.
All the United StateB wanted was
the besi part of what is now Western
Canada, in lMii commissioners wen
appointed, and whlh the United Btatet
did not get "fifty feur, forty," It did
get, without fighting, the rieh Puget
ISound eectlon and the lower valley
iof the Columbia, to which England
I would Boom to have had a much bet
iter claim.
I Ten yearn later the boundary quea.
tlon again came up, with the Kan Juan
Island as the lone nf contention, and
iwas not settled until 1S72, when the
German Empen r, acting aa arbitrator
awarded the disputed territory to tht*
United States.
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* OUR    FOET'S    CORNER. ��
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LINES ON A SCOTCH DANCE
Tho  pride o'  Caledonia,  residing on
the coast,
Responding to the plbroohs call, came
forth a valiant host;
O'  gradely  cliiels  frae  Scotia's  hills.
and mony a buniile lass
Imported    frae    auld Scotland,    frae
mountain glen and pass.
They've  come   frao   bonnle   Scotland.
frne the bonnle banks o' Clyde.
Frao oor haniely Glesca toon, along by
Kelvlnsldo
Auld  Reekie's  sent   her    quota,    frae
Princes  St. supreme.
They've  come  frae  farthest   John  ���&
dronta    right   on    to     Cretan
Green.
j North and south, ens' and west, have
sent tlieir bunch along;
[Thoy greet life wl'   a    merry    -.���������'
of times wi' a song.
But It's when the lights are gleaming
on a polished ballroom floor
I That Scotch folks find themselves al
haino and will do evermore.
The pipes r.vo madly skirling!   Mow it
sets the heart athrlll
And brings aga'n our childhood's days
wandering by lhe rill;
Oh,  how  we  sometimes vainly  long
for the happiness and Joy
Experienced 'mans heathi r hills wan
At ring a i a boy.
But regrets are quickly banished as
eagerly we lake tbe floor
Gild n :  thro' n  d tmy  waits  which
gladly v. ire,
Ten 'tv.as a sei 0' lancers Bta'ely and
sedate.
Next that harem Bean m dance a polk *
UP  to  date.
We   wandered   thro'  tbo  mazes,  o'  a
pretty Scottish reel
And rompi A rlghl through the Bguro3
o" an Edinburgh qundi 111
Xhen   we bad   a Highland Schottlshe
v i* m two -1' P In bi twei n,
While spirits high  wi re  Boarlng,  we
were happy and serene.
First we had a Btep dance frae Cham
iinii  McKay,
Then be gave n Highland fling In tar
tan all arrayi d,
Thru vc had see .* Bupi er I 1 !.' ��� P Ui
luned  aright
' nd heln i" keep the fun Bgaiq '-'���'
onward thro' the night
Hut   wo got  our lu art's d  - re ��������� li 11
we polka'd round the roi 1
To the whirling and the aklrll   1
the bagpipes merry tune
Playi d by a  Manitoban frae Paddy'
land descended:
Ml  praise  and  honor  to  hlm  it  ccr
���  tainly was splend d.
Hut  twa things    were    a wanting    t'i
make the dance complete;
Tbe first a dreamy twilight waltz wl'
1 artner coy and sweet;
Th"  nexi   a   place     wherein    to    real
which you had fairly won
j Nfter   exertions   on    tlie   floor;    "A
apoonitorluin." .
I s< e the auld hands shake their hetds
and some ihey shake their fists
\t tin' daring o' this rahtln' chlel   In
wishing sioti like trieka;
Out tli" twa  tilings  which I've men
tloned indlspenslble to those
1 Who bad  f'-ic  honnle  Scotland  and
!iae  dined  on  halesome  bl'OBe.
My thanks 1 am extending to worthy
Davie Boyle
As chairman    o1    committee   in   its
labour and Its toll,
Attending tn  the duties necessary to
the spree
He's simply lilted for the talk, genial.
frank and free.
My  thanks  I  further   will extend    to
everv mother's son
Who helped the chairman in his taak;
heroes every one.
But  I raise a special cheer boya    to
the man who held the pen
An unremuneratlve task detested hy
most men.
I Now, ere 1 fling my pen    nsid"    and
wish you "An revoir,"
Before we hameward oor way wandering 'neath the slars,
O' may we early meet again, it cannot
be too soon.
\nd   trip   the   lijtht   fantastic   to   the
pibroch's merry  tune.
���J, N. HOGG.
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1 see beforo me the  Rocky mountains
lie,
Their peaks aro bathed In wells of living fire,
Tlieir en sts are wrapped In spotless
clouds,
.And   from   their   crevices,   ascending
hlghi i-
Rises llie music of Canadian waters,
Song Of til" West! how clearly now il
rli 1 '������.
Killing   the    valley   with    its    rushing
flood;
"iis   the   song   of  Spring   returning.
waking,
Ascending upward, onward to its God
In strains of evi idastiug song.
Mightier In the ages yet untraversed,
Mightier than aword or pen or battle-
cry,
Shall rise the music of thy waters
Unto the hills and mountains high,
And never cease till earth has pass'd
away.
-Beatrice Know-dell.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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busmesi letters, e$a; circular work Bp��-
olaitet. AH work itrlotly oontidenttAl u.
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Phono 702,
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MUSIC.
Mlt. I-'. T C, VVIl'KKTT, A. It. C. O.,
I.. I,. (' tS., Supervisor ef Muslo New
Weatmlnster Schools, Organist sixth
Avenu-a Methodist Church, Vancouver;
receives pupils for lie- pianoforte, organ,
ilinflng ana theory, (10 i-'irtii avenue,
New w. Btmlnster,
FRATERNAL.
U O. O. M., Ni). 864 MEBTS ON flrnt,
second and inir.i Wednesdays in taah
month In EC uf I'. Hall ut s p ro. II. J.
I,���amy, dictator; J. II. Prloe, BeorebuT.
I. t) O K. AMITY I.OHllK NO 17 ��� The
regular meeting ol Amity lodge No.
'.'7. I. o. i) v., li held every MondU
nlKlit ul t< o'clock III Odd  IVI1..WB-  Ihili,
corner Carnarvon and   Blg-tith  Ntreets.
Vlsllllilx     bielluni      conllnllv     Invlt.-d.
n. a. Merrlthew, N.G.j j. Robertson,
V. ti.; \V. C. Coatlmm. P. 0. record--
ink' secretary; H. \v. Baagster, financial secretary.
How S:ott Wrote  His Thrilling Story
of  the ' Discovery"���Deep WatcrB
of Literature.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
S. 1IOWK1.I, (Sl.'CCES-SOU TO CKN-
ii i .v ii.iiiim, Ltd.}��� Funeral dlradtora
and embalmers. Parlors 4n:. iviiumhta
si reet.   New  Westminster,    Phons 893.
London,    April    4. ���An   interesting
l\ mpae has Just   been   given   of tlio
dl ticulties that a famous traveler can
enci   v. n in ho cullies to write a
!������ . k aliei.i his adventures. There was
Itoberl   Scott, fur Instant	
ll   d  at  the South I'ole
,1 .. hi ������ il nr) v. ill appear In a few
I 111    .*  *.   Yd k.
ills publishers have just explained
* like ao many men of clear mind
and practical power, he had a natural
gui of writing ei, arly, simply and
forcibly with an unassuming eloquence horn of truth and the strength
of his Impressions, Hut he had no
experience of formal writing, and
win ii bo came to write his llrst South
Polar book he found himsilf In very
deep  waters  indeed.
He would appear In the publisher*'
office from time to time with a new
chapter finished, saying, "This iB a
treadmill Job, and it makes Buch dull
work that no one la likely to read it,"
and would gladly make It over to a
friendly hand , i make sure that, In
his own phrase, the "hooks and eyes
to many a random sentence'' were in
their right places.
Hut others Knew good work when
they saw It, and time after time a
letter went forth from the publishers
with advice and criticism and warm
appreciation to banish such despondency and cheer him in hiB task.
! M. Ilarrie, after reading his "Voyage of the Discovery," exclaimed that
the account Of rescuing the ship free
tit the ice was the most thrilling Btory
Of adventure be had ever read.
others give tho palm tu Scott's
modest account of how he and Evans
the herculean seaman who followed
him to his death    fell into a crevais"
, while the third man was Just able to
k.ep lhe sledge Jammed across    the
opening, antl how Ihey were saved hv
Ian astounding feat of agility and
strength on bis own part.
When Evans had at. last been haul
ed out, for a minute or two they could
I only look at one another; then Evan-
said. "Well, I'm bloweri !" And that
was Ihe Tirsl Bign of astonishment lie
;bad shown.
\V. E. t'WI.KS���I'lnm-cr I-'uii'nil Director
and Embalmer, C12-6IH Aionm street,
opposite Ci-itni'gie Library,
PROFESSIONAL.
ADAM SMITH JOHNSTON. BAEUUS-
ter-at-law. solicitor, etc. Telephone
11170. Cable aildrexs "Johnston."
Code. "Western Union " onicu. Kills
Hl'K-k, (51 Columbia street, New Weirt-
mlnster.  B. C.
J. BTItiWBtL CLUTE, Barrister-at-inw,
���solicitor, etc.; corner Colimitila and
McKV-li��|e streets, New Westminster,
B. C.    P. O.   Hot   112.     Telephone   710
J P, HAMPTON HOLE. BARRISTBR,
Solicitor nnd Noiary. Off!,-* Hurt
Mock, -1 I.ornr street, New Westminster, B. O,
MeQTJABltm,   martin   a  cARSAirr
Barristers nnd Solicitors IOI to fit
Westminster Trust Block. Q BL Martin. W. Q. McQuarrie and tie-orge I*
Cassady.
WHITESIDE, EDMONDS & WHITE-
sitle ��� barristers and Solicitors,
Westminster Truat Blk.. Columbia
streeL New WeBtmlnster. lt. 0.
Cable address "Whiteside," Western
Union. P. ��. Drawer 20(1. Telephone 69. W. J. Whltenlde, K. C.
H. I>. EdmondB.   I). Whiteside.
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
Today Is the anniversary of ihe hlrth
at St.  John, N.  It.,  iu  1S41, of   Mon-
, ,,, ,      ,     1      ,      1   ,   ��� '*���-��� itagu Chamberlain, famous as an orni
HiB country many emigrants fromj'forM on African subjects, he decided to win a place In the pages of history thollglst and authority on Canadian
���rionthern Europe whom the inllteracy Wat the Island of Iloulamn. tn the was Baron Melville, who was sent. a��'birds, and at one time a wholesale
u-tt vtoald bar from the United BlgagOS archipelago, off the west 1 nn ambassador to England to plead grocer in St John and a member of
stat*.*. ,"'!la, of ""' "d!irk continent," offered for the life of Mary Queen or Boots.Jthe Canadian army,   Nine years age
the most suitable place for beginning tfhe   llrst   Earl  of
tlngulshed soldier,
can-iiia will welcome all worthy peo-
ph- who knock nt her doors, and she
.���ill nttt repel them if their only
��Aortco-minf; i-a Inability to read or
ertVUh   TTu�� tact that maii ean read   a
���ewapaptr
his benevolent work,    Heaver Interest
I.even
who
of Sets
waa a disserved
grocer in  SL
J the Canadian army
today Sir Wilfrid Laurier stated  thc
in terms of the Grand Trunk Pacific ral]
who  took
afterward
circulating in bis native scheme, and an
land antl can write his name is no evidence of h's moral or industrial fit-
netv. My.ny cf the gr litest seiumilivls
ihat were ever allowed to t til' r the
country wtre fil.cnt readers and ready
ar'.terv-
Daay of the most useful of our na
Miratbtd citiJi-ns were unable to rend
ir write in any language when, as
^rt-wn-up men or women, they landed
On Cat -shores. Men who never learnt
'���"heir :>lpti"bet may he of a higher Ito England, but li
fcor-Rl and HBOttOinlc worth than others other enthusiasts
v��ho itirne to tjanada with a good ttlu-' youthful   leader  vva
way scheme in the House.
The   Macdonald   Engineering  lluiltl-
ing  at   MoOlll   University,  Montreal,
was burnt d six yiars ago today.
HYPNOTISM   FORBIDDEN
ed many persons oT prominence. In-1 Holland and Sweden, and
eluding Pitt and a number Of hla part In the civil war. bul
former associates In the navy, In IiIb,worked for the iteration.
i.isociatlon was form!    The present Earl Is an Oxford ms"
ed In cany  it  into execution. Und lies held the title sine be wns ^0
In  Anrtl  tf  1782  a   fleet  of three He 1* the owner of abont ""--1 ;,c---
-h'l's  bearing 276 white colonists no      Among   other   young   ncbles   ������'"
d'*r iho i;::!d.a���1 of the nhllanthmnlc have "gone Into trade" --e ' e-i v-   1 taly Stccs in to the Qi-oe���Nervous
"' '���- r. ei'led away fr -o the Isle  tor   Papet,   who  is  emnloved   in    Ihe Patient3   Dri"cn   Cra?
of Wight, rhe jealous spirits of lhe office of a broker; Lord Achesoh, wboI Heme, Ajrll 4.���The traveling pro-
dark continent wreaked speedy ven- holds a similar nosltlon and Lord feasors of hypnotism, mostly English.
geance on the white Invaders, and InlMaldstcne, who ln-i worked his w-av German and American, who have be
less than four months a third of the I up to an Influential place in an oltlce jcome very popular III Italy in recent
colonists bad succumb"!! to fever.        in "the city." years, have Jusl had a nasty shook.
Over linlf of tlie survivors returned
cation, am! the illiterate mav often be I with the scourge thai  had carried Oft observatory,
��� The Italian government  has issued
ivcr   and   a   few I    Edgar I.uclen Larkin. who watches n decree forbidding all experiments In
remained.      The'the   processions   of   distant   worlds hypnotism,    niii~neil un,    mesmerism.
himself smitten I through the great telescopes of Lowe land kindred arts at   theatres, music
be 66 today,   Profes-. halb. cr nny o'uer  public entertain
wi
Thef e is no substitute
fof Royal Baking Pow-
det iot making the
best cake, biscuit and
pastry. Royal is Absolutely Pure and the
only baking powder
made from Royal
grape cream of tartar.
M    J    A.    BUItNETT,    AUDITOR    AUD
Accountant.   Tel. R lflB,    Room 21
Hart  block.
BOARD  OF  TRADE.
HOARD OF TRADB���NKW WESTMJN-
so-r Iioam of Trade m��et�� In Uiepoa'-a
rcxi-m. City Hull, as follows; TMud-Friday of each month; quarterly meatlnC
no the third Friday of February, May.
AucuM and November ��A S MB- AB-
pual me*ttn��e on the Otfrf FVMay e*
fehroary. 8, H. Stoart Wade, eeen-
tary.
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL   MINING   KB*
GULATIONS.
roAl. MINUJO rlithts of the Domlnlen
In Manitoba. SneVmtebewivn iu��a Altx.rt*,
Uit Vuknn nrrltory, tbe Nortl.wmt Ter-
rltorlifi and tn a portkin of the Provlnee
nf liriUnh OOlumMa, mtiy lie leaned fo/ ���
term of twrnty-OM yeara at aa annual
r> 1,1 nl of II an acre Nat more Uian in*
-acres will l>e leaM-d to one appllcunt.
Appllouttnn for a leaae muet be rotxA.
by the iipplii-^int la person to the Awent
��� ir Bub-Ascnt of the rtlstrtit In which Uu
rlKfits -nppllcKl for are ultaeted
In surveyed turrltqry the land touat ha
lrmrttii-il dy eeetlone, or legal .ial>-<llvl-
ilotts of HertlonH. and "tn unmirvriyc-d l*r-
Itury the tract applied fnr eha.1l ba
naked out hj- the nppllcant hlmeelf.
Macb application muirt be accompanied
uy a fee of 15 Whloh wlll be reflinaed tl
hn rlKlite applied for are not avaUabla,
���ut not otherwise. A roynlty Shall ba
mid on the merchantable onfpnt ot lh.
nine nt the raw of five eaute per ton.
The poreon operatlnB the mine ahall
rurnlsh the Asent with earrrrn refurna
icc.iuntlna for the mil quaotlfy rtf mer-
���hnntablo coal mined and pity tha rite/-
ilty thereon. If the coal mlnliiR rlgttts
iro not lieln�� oiienited Buch retiime nK-UM
10  riirnlHhcl at  lenet  once a  yenr.
The leiiao wlll Include the e-n.1 mining
rlBhte only, hnt the leneee will be permitted to purchane whatever available
inrface rl-jhm may be ooneldered neer*.
Hary for ihe working of the mine at tha
rate of $10 an acre.
For roll Itifnrmntlon application should
he mndo In the Seeretur/ of the De-pHrt-
ment of the Interior, Ottnwn. or to any
Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion I anda.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
advertisement win not da paid for.
L'e"
WHEN IN NEED OF HELP
PHONE   R1031.
CLARK-FRASER
Employment Agency
Prompt nttontlon given to orders.
607 Front 8t., New Westminster, b.C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
MeeTHiim*
EMPIRE WIDE TALK
ON MOTOR TRANSPORT
THE ENGINE FOR
.YOUR WORK
FULTON
SELF*
SPARKING
ENGINE
WE WILL BE GLAD
TO TELL YOU WHY
Fraser Gasoline
Engine Co.
48 Eighth St.
Phone 1275.
Conference of All   E-jdles   Interested
in Road Traffic by Motor Vehicles
���Next July.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)
RESERVE   	
...$16,000.000 00
...-$16,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, Eng
land. New York, Chicago and Spokane
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters
of Credit Issued, available with cor
respondents ln all parts of the world
SavlngB Hank Department���Deposits
received In sums of 11 and upward
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, pel
annum (present rate).
Total ABsots over $186,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O,  D.  nRYMNEIt,  Manager
Clark-Fraser Realty Co.
Formerly at 610 Columbia St., now at
607 Front St.    Phone U 1031.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
Real Estate and Business Chsnces.
Acreage  and   Choice   Fruit   Lands  s
Specialty.
London, April 4.���An Imp. rial Conference will bo hold in London, during
July next, for the purpose of dealing
with the question of motor traiiBport,
including all tho industrial uses of
j motor vchlcloB and not with the touring car and the use of the motor purely
for pleasure.
Invitations to attend the conference
i are being sent out to ull portions   of
'the empire, and It Ib hoped   that   the
; government   departments   of ull   the
' colonies Interested in the development
'of road transport will be represented,
and also that delegates will be present    representing    the    Chauibi rs   of
[foi mcree, Hoards of Trade, Agricultural and Planters' societies Municipal and ltoud authorities and  import-
i tint, firms concerned  in  the engineering and motor trades.
i   According to present arrangements
it  is expected that  Prince Arthur of
Connaught]  who is  president   of  the
i conference, will receive the delegates
on Friday, July If, and that on Saturday, July 111, tho delegates will visit
,thu Industrial Motor Vehicle exhibition organised by the Society of Manufacturers and Traders which will
open on that date at Olympla.
During the course of the conference
the delegates Will visit garages depots,
etc., where Industrial motor vehicles
are operated in considerable numbers
either for the carriage of passengers
or for the transport or delivery of
goods.
Thc Hoyal Automobile Club of Eng-
I land has given the use of Ub hoad-
duarters as a meeting place for the
confernco, and Iho Hon. Arthur Stan-
I ley, M,  P., chairman of the club, has
1 accepted the position of chairman of
'. the executive committee of the   con-
i fcrence.
Subjects to Be Discussed.
The following questions will he dls-
| cussed at the meetings of the confer-
I ence: ..
(1) The question of fuel Bupply���
present needs and  future prospects���
I the   possibility   of   creating    adequate
1 supplies within the empire.
i'i) The consideration of the problems of Imperial military motor transport with special reference lo the production of types of vehicles, useful
both for military work and for industrial work in the dominions and colonies.
(3) The organisation of motor
Iransport systems for tho carriage of
goods, and their value to the mercantile life of the Community. The adaptation of exiBting methods of delivery
required to enable traders to take full
advantage of the capabilities of mechanically-propelled vehicles.
(41 The relations between British
manufacturers and buyers overseas.
Desirable airttngementa for satisfactory supply, agenclee, etc,
(5)    Road transport in cities.    The
carriage of passengers and the municipal uses of motor voliicloB. Fire
fighting and ambulance aervlces, Lot-
ta! services'
(8)    Itural transport und the   ui.es
of the motor ii the agriculturalist.
CYCLE CARS TO RACE
IN IRELAND IN JULY
| Dublin, April 4.���Great interest Is
! being shown in Ireland over the new
(project to hold a cyolo-car race in Ire-
laiidin July over portion of tho Cor-
don-Bennett course. It Is expected
that abc-Ct sixty cara will compote. The
race will, Btart from Bully-shannon
crossroads toAthy, Carluw, and back
j to Hullysbanriou.
The trade have taken   up the   Idea
with enthusiasm, and it is imped that
��� tho conteBt will bring a let of money
into Ireland.    Of coure, tho cycle-car
lis now only in the oxpcriiiiintal stage
j���It has been barely a year before thai
! public, but  there  is  little doubt that
the sixty   firms   now   manufacturing
| these curs In  Britain   will be   repre-1
, senttd, If only for the experiment  of
IttBting the Irltli  roads and tho relta-'
| blllty of j.he cars,
Tho competing carB Should only
| weigh seven cwts., and have a 16.9 engine capacity. Tho distance to bo cov-
: (red Is 191) miles, and wlll moan a
passage of thre time around a circuit.
j There will be a prize for the first car
���and also for the first team home.
como, for getting the picture of a
train under certain circumstances, in
the inidBt of an equlnoxial storm for
Instance, ll sometimes a more tick
Li-.li Job than photographing "Youn:;
Hi peful," agi d tour months,
To begin with there must bo *, pinner mado to decorate ths B:do of each
freight car. True for the camera
man's purpose ii only needs one banner on one car for ho retouches this
decoration on the rest as easily as
be can put more hairs In your eyebrows when occasion demands.
The train was resting on a siding
about a mile and   a half   from   any-      ,,, ,.     .
where, primping itself for the ordeal,      Strength "����� M> an organization.  No
when the camera man and the banner | matter hew good tho  production,   no
Started with an automobile to lind it. [concern have success unless tho   or- I
Whon   thoy  arrived   the engine    and I ganlzatlon behind the production is a
tabooss had deserted it and would not> healthy and cemented one.
bo back until lhe following day. Granting that thia Ib true in   manu-
The nevt day tha wind was blowln�� facturing organization, the lesson ls
a gab- Hot the train had to leave the same for the retail selling mer-
that day so it must Hit fer its picture  chaut.   Ha may havo a good produc
GOOD MEN NEEDED    j
IN AUTO INDUSTRY,
Dearth   of Material   Offering   Despite
Excellent  Possibilities!  Opening-
How to Succeed.
**&!
Zmrd
T
RAIN GIGGLED AT
CAMERA MAN'S JOKE
then ur not at all Ther- was a delay
In getting the engine and caboose to
tho siding.
After much pulling and tugging
against the gate the 40 foot banner
was securely tacked to tbe side of a
big Northwestern car when���whit���
puff - zip���the wind caught It and tore
It into a thousand shreds, A second
attempt with a second banner proved
more successful. Hut there was no
engine and cahcose.
A ride five miles on a switching
engine, numerous calls bv telephone
fron a smoky shack serving as yord
headquarters, a return trip with the
tog road engine and caboose were
necessary before the work could go
cn.
Then the camera inan from a distance of something loss than 50 miles
away���he had to get back nearly that
tion: if his organization is poor he will
fall. Therefore, the automobile salesman, or the clerk, is an Important factor, not only for his own future, but
for the future of the man In whose
employ he may be.
for the growing-lip young man than the
world today offers hotter possibilities
for the growlng-up ycungiiian than the
automobile industry. There is probably no Industry where the future is
so good.
Despite this there Ib a dearth of
material in the industry, and a smaller
amount to draw from.
Tho colleges today aro turning out
men for professions that are overtaxed. Young men are going Into posl
tlons which look good to them from
the outside; but what kind of a future
do they hold?
To the man who has a good, clear
brain, is nt afra'd of work, will   put
BSALC A fi
Now and here���not then and
there���lies your opportunity-
The Ford product has been multiplied by two and a half���but.
the demand has been multiplied
by four. If you want one for
Spring service you must get it
now.   Don't delay.
There nre more than 220,000 Fords oir
the world's highways���the beet possible
tirtiniony to their unexcelled worth.
Prices���runabout -$675���touring car $75-;>
���town car $1000���with all equipment,
1. o. b. Walkervllle, Ont. Get particulars!
from The Fraser Valley Motor Car Co..
Agents Ford Motor Car Co. of Canada, 345
Front street, New Westminster.
Picture 100 Inchea Long of One of the
Largest Automobile  Shipments
Ever Hauled.
Detroit,    April    4.    "Look pleasant
' please."   bellowed   the   man   with   the
: camera.   A clanking   of   expectancy
'ran through the couplings while    the
air through the train line hissed for
i bIIoiico. I i
The camera    man    was taking the
1 picture  of ono   of  the   largest    ship-
ments of automobiles over hauled in
'uiio iralnload.    There were 60 freight
cars,  some  arrogant  regulation  auto
carB, other Just ordinary hard   work
ing box cars and here and tin-re wero
I those    rakish    looking    nondescripts
I with   tops   slightly   awry,   the   Weary
! Willies of the road.
From the eight powerful drivers of
the big road engine to tho rod and
! green tall lights of the way-car's end
\ there waa an air of conscious importance. Tlie train, pulling 420 Ford.i
from the Detroit factory to Minct.
North Dakota, was about to set a
record and oven the brake-shooB knew
It and wore resolved lo do their
duty.
Whon a train tools as this train d;d
it is but (Uting as a reward for tho
service it is about to perform that it
have Its picture taken.
"Look pleasant please," did not
como from the camera man. however,
until many difficulties had been over-
far to got proper perspective���climbed 1 every bit of vim and  ginger that   he
Into the roar    of    his machine    that |Can muster into a proprosition his sue-1
swayed in the wind, called to the dis-;ceBSi oll0e he breaks into the   auto-
tant  train  to look at  tho little  bird j mobile industry, is assured.
Just above his camera, got out of the I    Altogether    Loo    many    automobile
camera's  insidos, jerked  the  flapping | manufacturing concerns have gone In-j
shroud  from    his   shoulders,    looked ; to the hands of a receiver because ofl
owlish, pulled a little jigger at    the i incompetent executives,   because   ths'
side and It  was over.    The train folt, organization was not a compact work-
so good It giggled, sending a succo:   Ing cr gamzation.   And many in  thiB |
sion cf brrum-umps down its length, j class hud a good product.
Two days after, the camera man In this day of general financial
brought the photograph of the train health the young man about to Btart
to be viewed and it was just 100 out on the road to success might well
Inches Ions. look into the automobile industry.
 _ When he does make an entrance he
must not be "swell-headed,"  because
Two launches tookplaoa at Grenock.   0f compliments.   He must not be Bat-
Calrd   &   Oo.   out  into   the   water   a ��� is tied with a title.    He must not iml-
rteamer of the    N" class, which was ��� ta*��-    He must be original.    He must l
built to tho order of the P. ft O. Com-   not get In a rut. \
panv,  and  G.  Hrown ft  Co.. a cargo '���     F1���t, he must   familiarize   himself
vessel, measuring 210 feet in length.; wl,n >'ls duties.   Then he must go out
Which had been constructed for a Llv-1 to get hie particular line   of endeavor i
orpocl firm Ibo tirml>' established that  everything
 |  ! around him will radiate with his   en-
thusiam and success.
You can go Into numerous automo-
t. m. Mccormick J
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Phone 927.     Suit 19, B. C. E. R. Depot, New Westminster B. C.    E
Alfred W. MacLeoJ, the Insurance Man.    Agencies :
Established     Assets
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Guaranteed by the North Brit sh      Mercantile
insurance Co. ot London   1809        10S.0O0.0ttU
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Niagara Fire Insurance Co. of New York     1850 G.OO-O.WK*
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MONTHLY   MOTTO
FOR   MOTORISTS.
lt is bettor to own a secondhand runabout and have It
completely paid for than to
hold a small equity In a $10,000,
limousine for which you k:'ow
you can never pay.
���Motor- Car Life.
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bile salesrooms today and find Bales-
men loafing around. These same
men are always the first to ask fac-
tory representatives to get them "a |
position at the factory.'
But you let any salesman practice '
the art of salesmanship: keep quiet
about his work, letting reeults tell,
and you will find that the factory man ||
on his visit to this salesroom will
soon have his eyes focuBed on thia
particular man. There Ib a future
for hlm���Cole Bulletin.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES.
BANK, OFFICE, AND STORE FITTINGS, SHOW
CASES, SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS, TURNING, FRAMES, INSIDE FINISH,
GENERAL MILL WORK.
Phone 473 Beach St., Luhi Island.
1
Cash
only;
credits
stopped
until
further
notice.
$1 26        Whlto        Muslin
Walst-H   Out to
75c.
11 SO    Lace    and     Muslin
Waists cut to
$1.00
$4.50    Navy    and     Black
Mescaline  Waists   cut   to
$3.65
14.00  Taffeta  and   Pongee
WaiBts  cut
$2.95
$N5.l!0 Sstm  Suits
out to
$54.50
$36.00 Cloth  Suits
cut  to
$28.50
$27.50  Cloth  Suits
cut to
$21.50
$20.00 Wool   Suits
cut  to
$16.50
45-lnch     Ladlca    Johnnie
CoatB, $18 grades ,cut  to
$13.50
$16.00 Silk  DreSBCS
cut to
$11.50
Ladles' $1.60 Combination
Suits cut to
One of the
Very New
Popular
* Spring Suits
We show this in different cloths; Che\-iots,
Cords and fine Serge;
?35 quality now.
$28.00
LEES LIMITED
MEN CAN BUY TO GREAT
ADVANTAGE HERE
Notice Our Great Reductions
&:vr'.��. Waterproof Coats���We
the Many Bargains.
55c   r.iack  Worsted   Sox
 23c
Men's $8.00 Kelt  HatB cut
to ��2-25
30c Wool Sox    19c
Men's    $2.50     Felt     Hats
cut to $1-95
Men's    $20.00     ltatncoata
cut to *H-95
Uen'S $6.00   Sweaters  cut
to W.75
cn  Spring    Hats.    Fancy
can only  name  a  few  of
Men'B    $15.00    Cravenette
CoatB cut to  ..   . .$10.50
Men'B   $1.1.1   Ilib   Overall
cut to    .. 85c
Men's $1.25 Tweed  caps
 cut tu 95c
Men's 50c Silk Ties cut to
 35c
Men'B   $1.50   Fancy   Striped Shlrta cut to  . .$1.00
Men'B   $1.50   Blue   Indigo
Shirts cut to $1.00
Every woman in thiscitymust
feel a personal interest in this
sale by their "Home Store,"
owned by home people and
the largest assortment of new
merchandise to choose from.
We are bending every effort
to raise this
$40,000
a*-**-m*a--mmemmaw--m--mmaatsaammmmaammsaf
during this 30 day month.
Saturday's offerings are full
of money saving opportunities. They help solve the
high cost of living. Read each
item carefully.
lNeWeSX    1 J pe 11   accounts until further 1
of Long Coat ]b^ I
for
Spring
Handsome styles representing all that is strictly up-to-date. Prices are
cut to
$12.50 $15,00
$18.00 $22.50
SLASHING   PRICES   ON
EVERYDAY  NECESSITIES
Splendid   Economies on  your  household   purchase-!;-���Let
us show you where Yeu   Can   Save.
Twilled Cotton Sheets,
72x90, $2.75 grade, cut
to *2-��<*>
75c Tutiie Linen, 70 ln.
wide, cut to    45c
$3.50 Heavy Linen Napkins cut to ..       ..$2.65
$4.00 Double Satin Damask Napkins cut to
 $2.95
$2.50 All Linen Restaurant Napkins cut to
 $1.75
$3.00 Hemstitched shoots
72x90, cut  to   ..   ..$2.25
$1.50 72-in, Table Linen
cut to, per yard  ..$1.00
10c Cotton Prints cut to
 VA*
$1.10
Extra Specials in Household Supplies���Bring the Cash With You
3 cans Old Dutch Cleanser   25=
4 cakes Pure Castillo Soap   10s
3 cakes Oatmeal and Cream Soap 10s
8 cakes Fairy Soap   25:
2 cakes Hon Ami Soap  25i
2 cakeB  Sapollo  Soap    25o
7 cakes Royal   Crown   Laundry
Soap M9
1-3 lb. package Oold Dust, regular
35c  Ma
Japanese China Cups and Saur.oVs,
willow  pattom,  regular    $1.50
dozen, now $1.10
Green  and  Cold;   regular    $3.00;
now $2.21
Sveet Pea; regular $2.40; now $1.75
Willow    Cloth    Basket!;    regular
$2.00  each;   now    $1.50
Willow    Cloth    Baskets;    regular
$1.75  each;   now    $1.25
Willow    Cloth   ItaBkets;    regular
$1.50 each;  now   $1.00
Jap I. C. Broad   Boxes;    regular
$1.00;  now   75j
Jap I. C. Bread   JSoxeB;    regular
$1.25;  now  $100
Jap I. 0. Bread BoxeB; regular
$1.50; now $1.25
Jap 1. C. Bread Boxes; regular
$2.00; now ..  .. '     .$1.50
Iron Clad Alarm Clocks;  regular
$2.25, now $1.75
Majolica JugB;  regular 35c;  now
 ��� 20c
Halt Gallon GlaBB   Wuter   Jugs;
regular 50c; now 40c
Half Gallon Glass Water Jug��;
regular 40c, now    30j
4-lnch GlasB Nappies; regular
$1.20 doien; now    90c
7-plece Water Set;   regular  $2.00
each; now $1-23
No. 12 Qalvenlzed Water Buckets;
regular 40c; now 30;
Camp Kettles; regular  3fic;   now
, now ��� ���   .. 25c
Stick KaBt   Dry   Paste;   regular
20c; now     2 tor 35c
No. 10 1. C. Bread   Pans;   regular
30c; now 25c
Spring Cloth Pins;   5 dozen   tor
 25c
4-lnch   Hardwood   Clothes   Pius;
8 dozen for Me
BOc All Linen Guest Tow-
piling cut to  ..      S7*S.c
100-piece   Imperial   Cfsasm
Dinner  Set,   S60,  cat to
 *43JS.
S cakes Kuiry Soap at *****
ISc Crums  Prints   eat   ta
 ItVrC
15c Crums   Prints   cat   ti��
 IZ!^
15c Gingham cut to...lie
43-'n. Bungalow Nets.
35c qualities cut ta Ztc
90 piece $15 set Crown
Semi Porcelain cut tu
 $11.���5,
S5.0U Hand Bags cut tu
 *SJ5
30c Whisk Broom ...ZB;
30c Cotton Clothes Maw.
50 fett 2!>c
$7.00 Hand Bass cat to
 $4*5
45c double warp 80 iu.
Sheeting cut to. -S7%=
55c Grecian   NeOi  etrt to
C5c Venfco   Nets   cats   U��
15c   All   Linen   TowiHius
cut to tic
20c Heavy   Scotch   Ijmm
Towelling eat to -1%c
"oc   Cotton   Terry  TootbI-
.W=
LEES LIMITED
ling cut to ..
55c dunlin warp ** �����
Sheeting cut to. per
yard Wc
Ladles' $1.50 Kid Gfovcs
cut to $155
$2.00 Kid Gloves cat to
 **.*&
$1.00   Kid   Glovea   cat   to
75c Kid Glovwi eat to SOs
l'i piece JOT.00 China KHa-
ncr Set cut to ...
40c    Hemetitched    Pillow
Cases cu��. to 27c
$1.50 White Bed  Spreads
ent to -��I.1a>
$1.00 Whits Bed
cut to	
.The.
$1.75 White  Blanksta art.
to *t*a
\ r *��un
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL S.  1113.
mm union
formed in an
i Are Now Organized���Figures
Shew Rapid Growth oT Unionism
During   Past   Year.
SERIOUS RIOTS
OCCUR IN
State Troops Called  Out    to    Guard
Plants   Affected   by  Twine
Workers'  Strike.
HEART RIVER HAS
' OVERFLOWED BANKS
���  Is   *---*	
Mandan Citizens Flee From Home*
Breaking of Levee Relieves Situation  at Cairo.
TUe Federal Itabor union was or Aiihirn, N. Y��� April 4���Stale troops Cairo, 111., April 4.���P. A. Wheeler,
SBtnrnd last evening, which swells aro on guard tonight over tho plants an engineer in charge of the Point
tke total  number of union  men
a I'll-
(iatiil witk the local Trades and Labor
ea********
Sir. R. A. Stoney, local organizer of
tie AnHTican Federation of Labor,
eondtu'tt-d the ceremonies connected
with the installation of officers of the
net* union which was carried out
without a hitch.
Althinifih the membership at the
prest-T.t time comes close to the 50
nark the members aro working haro
���(-nlistine near recruits and entertain
t��i*h ho*xs of exceedinR tho high record made liy the street railway men
���who ha.Te some 400 members enrolled
oa their books.
It was decided to pay tho per capita
tu to the central body of IB cents por
saoath per member, which will go to-
ward the expenses connected with thc
jjpfiointn.-nt and -salary of the local
organi7fcr, Mr. 11. Kuudson.
Speeches wero made by  Messrs IL
ft. Stoney, Chairman 1). S. Cameron of!
the rrEaaizalion commitUe,  OrganlZ-l
,-i-r VL Kmidson and others.
A vote uf thanks was passed at tlie
���c-lo-se of the meeting to Messrs. It. A,!
Stoney, D. S. Cameron, J. B. Chockley, i
Vi  l>oda and H. Knudson for their ef- ni"n<   B:!:;  "!M>" ''
tnrls* t.-vwards the formation of tho new
local.
The lfc4 of oiricers elected is as tol-
teas: Prealdent, Peter MoWalter;
vitv-preoiilenl, Jamrs Mackie; socre-
���taxTj ; rest-surer, William Belittle; trustee!**, Wiliatn Robertson, D. Maguire, Bl.
?). Kline: guide, A. Btarks; guardian,
affect-id by the twine workers' strike
whore serious riots occurred today.
During the-rioting the "polioq poured
a volley Into a mob, seriously wounding four poisons, one a woman.
A conference of strike leaders and
employees called by Mayor O'Neill,
in an effort to settle the trouble, was
deterred because William Crogers,
state mediator, whose presence was
ib-aired. could not roach here in time
from Albany, lie will be hero tomor
row.
Pleasant,  Mo���  Levee,  70  miles down
CONTINUE CAMPAIGN
OF DEPREDATION
Suffragettes Succeed    in    Destroying
Another  Large  Country   House
By   Fire.
NARCOTIC BULLET
LATEST INVENTION
Particle of Morphia  Placed  In  Sleep
Producing Missile���May Revolutionize Warfare.
London,  April 4.���The surfragettes.      Pittsburg,   April   4.���United States
continuing their campaign of retalia- a        officers are experimenting with
tion against the sentence of Mrs. Em- I        , ., ... .      ���    u. ���
the Mississippi river, telegraphed to- mellne  Pankhurst, their loader, to aan  inventlon  of  Alexander P.   Hum-
night to the Cairo -yeather office that term of imprisonment, succeeded to- Phery,  a patternmaker of  this   city,
the embankment there ha'd ��onc out, night in    destroying    another    largo WW*   may  revolutionize  warfare,   big
!f this Is the case, a valley twenty .country house by fire. ganK^Uunting, policing and every line
nriles  fide and  more  than  100  long!    As in Beveral previous cases of the,0' work ln whlch ''ulletB play a part
will bo flooded and the situation here kind, Ihe residence which was sltuat-1     'Narcotic bullet    describes the In-
materially  relieved.    The current iu ed at Chorleywood, Buckinghamshire, y��"M& In a Word. IB..M8 sleep prodUO-
the Ohio has Increased greatly. was unoccupied, but was being propai ,ln8 J"'881'8 Humphery used a minute
Heart   River  Overflows. cd for the reception of a tenant.   The'5ftr"?_   ��...mo.r.1,_"1'
Mandan, N. D.. April 4.���The Heart ownurs of the building, a firm of con |
river  has  overflowed  its  banks and tractors,  estimate  their loss at $12,-
people In the lower part of this city  500.
When it was found that there was!have fled from their homes.   The rl?-     Cards bearing the Inscription "votes
no  prospect  of a  settlement tonight,  or  has  reached  its  highest  point  in   for   women,"   and   other   suffragette
Sheriff QeorgO Bancroft called upon I many  years  and  serious  damage  Ib mottos were found on tho grounds. No
Company  M.. National Guard of Now \ feared.   A huge ice gorge has blocked  arrests were  made.
York, to do patrol duty.    The riot at jthe river above where it empties into;    The police believe that some of the  jje   caimjy   stretches  himself
lh"     Columbian     Hope     Company's | the Missouri river. recent criminal acts attributed to the  Kroun(j an(j g0e8 to sloop.    Th*
The drug is car-
j rlod  in tiny wells in the steel Jacket
;of th* regulation army bullet.    Humphery" claims that It in no wise Interferes  with  tho  effectiveness  of   the
nrteslle.
"The soldier receiving a slight flesh
wound from the now bullet," said Mr.
Humphery "fights no more that day.
i   the
mnn
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE A TRIP EAST
this summer?   Then buy your Furniture, Linoleums, Hardware, etc., at
C. N. Edmondson & Co.
Cor. 6th Ave. and 12th Street
and buy now, as we are cutting prices all to pieces
for two weeks and you will save from 20 to 60 per
cent. Your choice of Linoleum for 40c. per square
yard. Floor Oil at 30c. per square yard, and everything else accordingly.
See Our Window Displays.
S. N. Edmondson & Co., Cor. 6th Ave, and 12th St.
Works,   where  the  police  fired  their      The ice In tho Missouri Is expected  suffragettes,  principally the attempts  rece|ving a serious wound suffers no
volley, was followed by a mob attack [to break up before morning. to destroy railway property, were the agony, as tho narcotic from the bullet
upon the International  Harvester Co.]                Damage from  Wind. work of men engaged by the women
cordage mills in the other ond of the     Evansville,  Ind.,  April   4.���A  wind All the railway Btatlons and tunnels
town.    No one was seriously hurt In  which at times attained a velocity of are being patrolled to prevent damage
this demonstration.                               40 miles an hour, did much damage by  miscreants.
After troops had boon placed in the  along the lower Ohio river today. In j    Miss Scott-Troy, tho California suf-
ncigliborhood of the Columbian mills j Evansville the  river  worked  Its  way fragette,  forwarded tonight, to Socre
tonight,  rioting  was  renewed  at  the  along the Oreen river boulevard, that tary  of  Slato  Bryan  at   Washington,
Harvester   plant     A   militia   detach-'acts as a dyke to protect thc fashion- samples of  the  "instruments of tor-
to  tho  scene  and ] able residence district.   Kor a quarter tore" used forcibly to food BUftraget-
iiuiet was restored.                                  !of a mile the boulevard has been rop tes, including Miss Zeiia Emerson. An
Maria  Savorla    Peltiso,    a woman *ed off nnd closed to the traffic, while accompanying note explains that tho
whose arrest caused the rioting this city employees patrol it and havo ar- samples do not contain the metallic
morning,  waa  arraigned  late  tonight  ranged signals in case of a break,
on ii charge of     disorderly    conduct I    SuiiRot  park,  along  the river,  has
She asked for an adjournment which  boon riiinod and tho water is lapping
������������ai   granted,     She   was  released on ; lhe   now   $10.ii()0   shelter   house  just
|600  ball  for examination  Monday,     'completed.     Tho   river   was   station-
is absorbed by his system and he is insensible to pain before lie reaches the
hospital. The man whose wound }l
mortal sleeps away hiB last hours.
thus doing away with most of the battlefield horrors.
"The fleeing burglar is shot in tho
arm. runs forward a short distance,
stretches himself on the sidewalk and
all the policeman lias to do Is summon an ambulance and take him to
the station."
ls
A.   tt. Love;  delegates to the Trades I    T1;'' police reported thut they found  ary   tonight  at  40.3   with
au.!   i.-ih-or   cciracll.   Charles   Ansell, i In her possession? poiiehos filled with   rise  predicted.
tip which all the wonion declare
used in the prison.
Dr.   Mansell   Moulliu.   whom    Mrs.
Emerson desired to visit her daughter in  prison, lias written  Secretary
no  further  Bryan declaring that one of the greal
: dangers  of  forcible  feeding  as  prac
Jjmts Mackie and Piter MoWalter.    I what appeared to bo salt.   A chemical ;
The  following  committee   was   ap- analysis of thia li being made.   The I
point, d to draw up a constitution con- J police claim the pouches contain some ;
oristlng ol Messrs. Ueuttio, Ansell and corrosive substance which burned nib*
r coats and uniforms
Tho manager of the Columbia
(lope company decided not to open
their mills tomorrow,
About 1 TOO men are on strike at
the plants here. They demand increased wages.
VeWaHttr.
The Hirelings of the new union will
tx*. held in the Labor Temple on the
rrrvt and third Fridays of each inonth.
Mr. v. A. Stoney has received the
following letter from Frank Morri-
sao-a, mooeral secretary of the American Kt-rluration ot Labor, which inili-
���catfa that unionism is rapidly in-
orrasins, a�� the figures will show:
"1 know you will be glad to hear
that t^e average membership for the
five i.ii.ntli:. ol this fiscal year of the
���aSTiliattd oneaiiizations of the American Kideration of I.abor shows an in-
���creare of 172.527 over -the aveniiit
ruemfc* rrhip of Ihe fiscal year ending
Sepr. :ti>. 1W12. which was 1,774,780,
Wh'ik- the average membership for
th>- Oth rnonlhs roachid 1.H47.2S? tlle
bis-.h WAti-r mark BO far this year was
i***mm*s\t*x* in January, with a member
*i*:p of l,!��7M2ti, which will probably
b*�� -A.r.-.mt'mtti by a few thousands 	
*&-;���  ���. * veral organizations    pay    upon ���
tii.ir membership which will show a. Roald Amundsen, discoverer of the
���sL-cbt increase. There is no question south pele, who will be In Westmin-
tam? mtad but that during-one month ter on Friday next, practically haa
of tills year the membership of the (dedicated his life to the interests of
(���'��������(. ration will pais over the 2,00(1,- j humanity In pi,inning to spend seven
(OH mark. [ am inclined to thVopfriioll years In scientific research In ilu !
ti-...-. rhe -nviraeo membership for the   Vrctic ocean.
fir-jt rive months will be retained if,    ' li Is nol the spirit of unrest ln me,
a      : vivili il. inor a wish for    more    honors,    that
���i *��������� ���   ii ���  to  prepare this  trip."    iie
explained while on a vis;t lo Oikl     I I
Cal., "but n Is because 1 ��Ish -
ci ndltii ns In Hi" polar sea which ul
feci all tho world,   li one cannot Bei
lAWNDSDI PUNS
TO DRIFT TO POLE
Conditions in Icy Cess Arc of Vital Interest to World���Great Commercial   Potentialities.
Prald Amundsen, dli
WE OF ALLEGED
WIRDERER ON STAND
Decide in 24 Hours.
Cairo, His.,  April  4.    Conditions  in
the Ohio river basin, as reported to
the  weather bureau  tonight  Indicate
'that ihe question as to Whether tho
1 flood waters at this point can bo held
within bounds would bo decided with-
!in  24 hours.    With  the crest of tho
flood only a short distance up stream.
rain  was n port! d  as general  In  tlio
I territory drained by the Ohio nnd its
tributaries.   Only one Important river,
the Webash, was reported falling.
In  addition,  the  Mississippi,  which j
has   been   Bl   low  stage,   is   rising  between  Cairo and  St.   I.ouis.    This  Is
looked upon as extremely serious beoause tho Ohio needs a free outlet to
prevent a backing up of waters on tho
levees hero.
Tonight the river gauge stood 64.8
The river now  is two miles wide al
this point, and was lashed by
northwest   wind   Into    waves     whieh
broke heavily today against the rein-
torcemjnts on  the  top of the levee
wall.
Already terpago water stands up to
the ground four if several cabins in
tho north section of Cairo, but Its
riie is prevented by the continuous
work of powerful electric pumps.
The levee at Mound City, III., WO!
reported   holding   tonight.
Cairo received its first mail tonight
since Tuesday. It was brought in by
boat from Mounds,
Ensign A. It Piper of the naval re
serves, and his men who havo been
doing rescue work along the Missis
sippi river reported tonight that 142
persons suffering from hunger, ex
liesure'and In some Instances Bickness
ints in Ken
sliced in the prisons In the absence
of nropcr antiseptic precautions,
Mrs. Pankhurst has carried out her
throat to go on a hunger Btrike. Tin
last meal she took was luncheon be
fore sentence waa Imposed upon her
yesterday. Since she entered llol
loway jail she has conformed to all
its rules except that she refuses food
Mrs. Pankhurst will be removed to
the women's penal establishment at
\yh slniry.  whore any steps that are
PORT  MANN  BOARD OF TRADE
TAKE UP SEVERAL MATTERS
Port, Mann, April -I The Port Mann
board of trade, at Its mooting on Tuesday, appointed a committee, consisting of C, I\ Miller, C. A. McCallum
and D. A. McRae, to interview Col.
Davidson regarding street and i ther
town Improvements. The committee
was also Instructed to scour" all the
available data as to wai^Tfrontfige,
powi r sites, etc.. to be forward! d to
the grain commission al Port William.
A committee, consisting of Captain
Anderson, W. !.. Campbell nnd II C
Page, was appointed to interview the
Surrey council regarding the opening ;
consider! d necessary to feed her will up of the .lohnston  road  to connect
bo taken. with Wellington drive, which ls to bei
 . the main thoroughfare of the eastern
resldi ntlal section of the town.
Complete   Arson   Trust   Inveslination A third committee was appointed to
Chicago.   April   4.    Investigation   ol extend  an   invitation  to  the  party   of
Ch'cago's arson trusts was completed German financiers who will visit the
by Iho special grand jury today. Pov
eral men prominent In Insurance clr
"les were among tho last wllnesse>
strong | beard. One hundred and s^t.* ii indloJ
ments In all wore voted and evidenci
in connection wiih 30 fin i was pre
sented. The names of those Indicted
will bs kept secret until there no lon
ger is a chance for Ihem lo escape
tlle serving ol warrants.
coast .:! an i arly date. The secretary
was Instructed to communicate with
��� li"   minister of education   regarding
the i stablishmenl of a school
Mann.
it Port
'. ��! been rescued from po
vhy 1 wish to go b) Ins own thinking   ,llr,1;v am] Mf-^purl Two women, three
ie can nol see if I explain ii lo him.  tmblcs and  two  mon  wero  suffering
from  pneumonia, o rtyphoid.
Wrr- Gillian Olson Gives Evidence  In
Quivering and  Uncertain
Voice.
Bt P=.nl. Minn.. April 4.    With qulv
��� rinr, ami uncertain voice, Mrs. Lillian
* > :-e-3, wife of Prof. Oscar OIbi n. took
t*ix*    - tni s-s si and  late  I  ri
���*i i .'.  having  had    illicit     relatione
i te h ' '.yaw Darling, for whose murder
vOl nrm i-s on trial.
-} tuM Hurling that 1 was not a bad
** ui-i^u iiad begged him lo discontinue
(Hs i-iiUi lo our homo, but Ile persist-
��*t Jr. coming nnd when be pressed me
cJ��?,*,t] vn his arms 1 could nol resist,"
nim. Otom ��r.-aifird.
Co��� *��it answers t**> -questions ask-
���vd h? Wfsiftwri tor tho defence became
r ft Ut* CbU  tliey  could  not  be heard   nm|   -,   Vi i\  tl,,
I wish to make son.,* scientific novations of lhe ocean currents ill the.!
high latitudes.
"1 already have made discoveries
which convince me that the Arctic
currents flowing down Into the groat
body of the Atlantic and the Pacific
oceans acl as a fertilizer to the used
up waters there Pocd for the fishes
which is so Important an Item of the
world's food supply is supplied by
these Arctic and Antarctic currents.
"I want to lind out just how this
and ml- is accomplished, and tins is one ob'
|eci of my trip. I would like well
enough to Btay  In  civilization, but   !
Will    go,
"1 Bhall leave San Francisco Bay In
June,  pn hahlv  1913, equipped for   a
si ven year drill across the Arctic
ocean. I shall sail in my old ship
the Fram the good i Id Fram Sh.
is now al Buenos Ayres, and will come
around Cape Horn to me,
���in dens on  the    tr.p
the   dims   either    ir
LATE   J.
P.   MORGAN
OWNED C.  N.  R. STOCKS
Put One Over cn Dad.
I'.ising Fun. Mil.. April I. Barclay
Pierce, 19. has outwitted h!s father
md married Violette Id molds, 15.
Voung Pierce and his father, who is
-18, were rivals for the girl. Her parents looked With favor on the suit of
tho father because they felt that In-
could bottir provide for ihelr daughter. Despite her family's desire Bhi
eloped with young Pierce to Philadelphia and was married there a wi ok
ago today.
Conclude Strike Arbitration.
Ni w York. April t The last witnesses were called today before the
i ri :t --:i . n I oard thai will settle undi r
the Erdman acl the demands of the
34.CO0 firemen of the eastern railroads
for better nay and working conditions *
W. II. Carter, bead of the Brotherhood
of Firemen began summing up this
afternoon.    Ellehu   i.ee, chairman   of
the i-onfert noa commute." of tiiamu',
era, who will present arguments for
the railroads will conclude his statement tomorrow nighl. tinder this plan
tho hoard expects to begin Its deliberations next Wednesday. Two weeks
lalrr, cn April 21, ths board must
r, nder Its decision
Bgrttu jury.   She seemed on tne verge  Alaska , ,. g^rla.    it the  Ice takes
���ot a t-.4la-p��- and an adjournment was ���,��� Hgh| ��� ,,,.,��� (|,.m rlgh| Mroga ������.
north  pole,    I   hope    to    land    near I
��� *)��>���.-..
EtaMea Were .i-aihii  to handle  the
r rnwihi.
7\r mate  tiuished   Its  cross- xain
��� naiiii nf Prof, Olson this arternoon
Ciot be may be rocaiiiii.   The defen-
, 1n.Dl   repeated  ili'taib-*.   nl   Iheir   home
lift** ami told of the pam both he and
ttrr-   OUrcai  had  tuffered   because  of
Iter   :-. latimib   with   Darling.
wine -asked ly County Attorney
"���y'ilr.in to givr an enact statement of
*M\ia wife'n confession to him. which
iCWOCeoteS{the shooting ol Darling, Ol
meet *.>*..ut
Mjf  **Ue told  mo.   'Darling  has a
aspeAnntah ponvr over me,    I can't
ii-e��Vt-Ft him.   rie takes mo in his arms
-md Kao��ittsi|; into my eyes, he tells nn
lie  0*-isws   oe  and  hypnoti/es   tne.     1
���un afraid of him.    Please keep him
f-T>m -eae.'"
Toronto. April 4. -With the advent
ot the death if .1. l'ierpont Morgan, hii
subsequent life story wlll be flooded
with tales of the diversity of his projects in ail parts of the world.
Tho hanking house of .1. Plerponl
Morgan al one time controlled several
million dollars worth of tho Canadian
Northern Railway bonds. This was
about 1901 when the C. N. H. was in
Its infancy, practically. Mr. Mitchell
nf the Mackenzie & Mann offices
says that this was the time when tho
road bet-ween Fort William and Win
idling was being constructed and thai
although Pierponl Morgan had nothing
to do with the financing of the project
his eipiial Invested, no doubt, mater
tally aided thi  C, X   It.
Mr. M iti In 11 wmt on tn say that
this was not lln* only banking firm t'
buy C   N   it   bonds al  that time, a
large corporation In both Condon ail"
Now York followed Morgan's example
li is thought thai the latter sold hll
bonds to the New  York Life.
CAMPAIGN  TO  STAMP
OUT SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC I
Niagara Falls, N V . April 4. Thn
newly appointed health officer, Dr.
Harris Logan and lhe other member;
i-AY  KEEL  OF   FIRST   VESSEL
tLatT***t Steaner Being Built at Coquit
la-ra. Complete in Auoust.
Pc-i Coquitlarn. April 4. The keel
���ijf (Af Jim large strainer to ho built
���o-n tka Frnsi-r river has been la'd at
i**-re .'c-Muitlain Shipbuilding and Mar
���rive Vso-dii luca ed al Pitt river n"-1
\in* wri wVFl b" pushed to entuple
vjiT-. mi -Jbvt'. iOn- vessel will bn readj
Usi Mil-a? the *��-��'��r late  in  An   tst,
Tlm vi.ssti is if  the four masl d
���wisi! .:-> rehooEcr   type   slmllsr   to
thr?*   ta commission cn the Atlanti
t.-ux.i-,- rt-Ml used  in  the lumber carry-
Ins t-rwie
Bba will be 225 feel in length ovet
MI with a. beam of -41 feel and draw-
BBor x*S feet or wat-pr.
ThirtA/ skilled mechanics aro em
trio, it by the firm, twenty of those
*aW**a**t tn-ea bronghi ool Irom Nova
.'Scotia. i
Spltzenberg, maybe in five voars. It
Is io Btudy Hm region nol for furihei
exploratli n The in nh pole has boon
discovered "
\sked regarding th" unfortunate
Seott part) on the snnih polar expedl
i*on, Amundsen said:
"I was never nearer-Qcotl than lfi
land   miles,     We   were   coming   back
from the pole wlmn they were poin-.of the board of health have planned
'���". Thoy followed onr trscks over Ia vigorous campaign to stamp out tht
the high plateau for 120 miles. Wc I smallpox epidemic In this city.
were one month ahead of them. I At a meeting of the locil health
never met Soott, nor did 1 hear of hi" board today orders were issued clos-
d"ath until I was lecturing at Miidi j ing all schools, churches and theatre:
son. WIS. (and  forbidding the assembly of an.*-.
"I saw much ooal In that Antarctic largo parties for an indefinite, period
continent: it is cropping out through Guards and watchmen were sworn In
'he snow among the rocks. I know of ,and will be placed in front of the
no other mineral there. The geological I quarantined   promises.
formations and remains showed ths".
there wns once a tropical climate
'here. I doubt if lhe "onl sunpllns
oan ever ho generally utilized, It will
he some time before thoy run weekend excursions there
"1 wish to prevent contusion r-^-trd
Ing my coming trip   and    lhe trip   in
i-ie'i we mad,- Ihe northwest na.-.so fc
The northwest psnsoge In the eld
Cjoa, ��� ;���*��� slar'rd fro*n tlie east, and
���e d'lfted wostvsrd alon" Iho north
���rn eoa'tn rf fo--''-\ n-d Maika com-
I'ng <"t  C���*-������������ti  th<->    Bcrlr--*    stra'ti
��� ���-   the   '  "������.     Th"   f"-t   t-"ti   -e
will   i-1  s'rilghl   north   Ihrous'i    the
straits and try to cross the polo."
Port Arthur Debentures.
Port Arthur, Out., April 4. Port Arthur accepted an offer Tor two and a
half million dollars worth of debonair 's from London today at 99 for the
portion bearing 5 per cent interest and
80 for the 4 1-^ por cent.
P.educe  Steerage   Rates.
Berlin,     April     4.    Tho     Austrian
American eteamefc'n Un*; j'ying between Trieste and Canada has ndu<
td Its steerage passenger rate to tSb
In order to meet, the latest cut in rat; t
of the Canadian Pacific line. It Ib ox
pooled the companies making up thi
Atlantic pool will participate in the reductions by cutting their charges fnr
Steerage passengers to I'ili or {20.
Calgary's   Manufactures.
I    Calgary, April 4.   Thi result of thi
manufacturing census of Calgary.
I taken  by   the   board   of  trade  places
the number nf establishments at 102,
! employ ing  11700  men.  and  disbursing
in   wagi s   about     (226,000     monthly.
With the putting into commission of
several largo plants now building and
tho employment of tho full quota of
mechanics al the c. P. II. shops, the
number af wage earners will be in-j
creased to nooo. |
FOR THE BOY WHO IS FOND OF SOCIETY
AND WANTS TO LOOK HIS BEST
HON BRAND BOYS' CLOTHING
IS THE THING
Theso clollics are made of the best materials, are smartly
cut art! do not lore their shape.    They will also stand the
roughest wear being made with Double Seats, Double Knees,
I Double Elbows, Double Stitched seams���and aro '
EXTRA STRONGLY LINED
eid & McDonald
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33 Hours to Prince Rupert
S. S. Prince George runs to Stewart.
S. S. Prince Rupert runs to Granby Bay
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S8.  "PRINCE   JOHN" SS. "PRINCE GEORGE"
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Tu=sdays���Victoria and Seattle.
Thursdays   -Prince Kupert.
Fridays���Alert Hay, Hardy Hay. Rivers  Inlet,    Ocean    Falls,    Queen
Charlotte Inland (direct service, fast time),    First trip, April 4.
C.iturdays    Vicloria  and   Seattle.
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Quebec, Liverpool.
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For tailings and  Illustrated booklets apply to
H. M. Stevenson, Agent CM. A St. Paul Ry., 622 Columbia St., or
E. A. Goulet, C. P. R. Depot, New Westminster.
Company's Office, 613 Second Avenue, 8e��ttle.
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April 8and 9
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Bradford's
Our Empire Navy
GREAT PATRIOTIC NAVAL EXHIBITION
Which was given twice daily at Massey Hall, Toronto under the auspices and personal patronage of His Worship the Mayor of Toronto
���the Daughters of the Empire���The British
Empire League���The Canadian Defence
League���The Overseas Club���The Empire
Club of Canada���Major General Cotton and
the Commanding Officers of Canadian Regiments, etc., etc.
Thc Finest Pictorial Representation of the
Greatest Topic of the Hour
The Empire Navy
Appeals to Canadians of all Parties, Sects,
Creeds and Religions.   Absolutely
Non-Political Throughout.
Enthusiastically endorsed by leading newspapers in Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, Winnipeg. Regina, Saskatoon, etc. First western tour
of these films.
FULL DESCRIPTIVE LECTURE
ri 8-�����|r, '��� Tl10 D��y who L-eaves His Villlage Home.
Tl* P 2- Thc Tralnlr"a  cf 0ur  Empire Navy.
*^*-Aa-A?. instruction  In  Noval   Warfare.
4. The  Building  of a  Dreadnought.
5. A Cruir.r on a Battleship.
6. "The Entente Cordiale."
7. Glimpse of the "German  Menace."
8. Our   Empire   Navy   Preparing for War.
9. "Any Help Wanted?" Empire's Reply.
10. Our Empire  Navy  at War.
' SATURDAY, APRIL 5,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
page mm
NEED MORE PLAYERS
TO COMPLETE TEAM
-Balmorals Cannot Enter Team Unless
New Material Show Up   Maple
Leafs Organise,
���������������������������������������������������
TODAY'8   SPORT  CARD.
School   Soccer.
St.   Louis   college   vs.   John
Hobson, Moody Park, 9:15 a.m.
Lord  Kelvin  vs.   Klehard  Mc-
Uride, Moody Park, 10:15 a.m.
Senior  Soccer,
Hovers vb.  Westham iBland,
Moody Park. 3:15 p.m.
City League 8oecer
Bankers  vh.   Moose, cup tie,
Sapperton Park, 3:00 p.m.
Inter-municipal  Soccer.
Hurnaby   vs.   Point  Grey,  ut
Point Grey, 3:00 p.m.
*****************
The Maplo Leafs baseball club de-
c deil to enter the city baseball Ita
cue this summer, at a meeting held
in the Columbia pool parlors. Hilly
Welngartner was elected captain and \* ****************
manager and  with  the  nucleus of  a   ��� BASEBALL. ���
learn   already   signed   up   the   Moose   ������������������������������������������������
team   will  find   it   hard    rowing    to
Portland Takes Another.
Ran.   Francisco,   April   4.���Because
11. Chockley although i "-Flame"   Delhi   did   not  steady  down
1 until after the secind ining, the Port
again capture the city championship,
Kx-Manager J
not holding office,  will assist  Wein-
gartnsr in  managing  the  team and
will  probably   be  seen  holding  down
the first sack when lhe season opens.
Some doubt was expressed in sporting circles last evening as to the old
Balmorals again entiling the league
Since Bill Maiden quit the repor
Inrial Jnislni'ss and Joined the ranks
of the typos the Bala have been wiih
out u bead and the fact that. Herb
Hynll is close); connected with the
Inter city h ague leaves a serious
di ubt as to will really lake the helm.
Both Ihe Moose uud the Maple
Leafs have about completed their roa
ter, so that If uny persons maiding
In the city or dislricl feel that they
can make a place on a city basebill
team, they would do well to register
with Herb Hyall. the Columbia street
druggist, Bill Maiden nf the Uritisli
Columbian t.r V. K. Andrew or the
News staff.
The  annilal   meeting of  Ihe  league   Berry
���v, 11   be   h.ld   next   Tuesday   evening
at the Columbia pool parlors, sn that '
llllle   time  can   he  Inst  to  round  up
enough players lor the Hals tu make
a  showing.
land team took another game from
San Francisco 4-3 today. Delhi let
the Beavers find him for four hits
in the flpt and two In the second, and
right there the Beavers garnered the
four runn which wire tht Ir total for
th- game. Thereafter he played good
ball, but Uu- early lead proved sufficient fnr the northerners.
Krapp   pitched   rather  erratic   ball
for the Beavi rs bul the Seals failed to
respond to their opportunities.
managed to keep the hits wi
tend and culy three Seals succeeded
lu crossing llie plate.
As this was tlie first day that small
boya were admitted free, the bleachers were alive with the junior fans,
who furnished the only really lively
feature of the gauu.
Score: !(.    H.    K
Portland     4    10     0
San   Francisco      3      7      1
Batteries:      Krapp,     K ratine     and
Iitlhi   antl   Spencer.
many will meet France and Belgium
will also have a try at a chance to
meet the British cup defenders.
The Australian cricketers are coming over to meet the beBt teams of the
United States and Canada. The Invading aggngation Includes some of
the world's best cricketers, among
them Trumper, Macartney, Crawford,
Bardsley, Mayne, Whltty, Mailey, Ar-
nott, Campbell and Collins���names almost as famous ln the Antipodes as
are the monakers of Cobb, Wood,
Mathewson and Wagner on this side
of the Pacific.
The proposed tour will begin in
British Columbia and will extend to
the Atlantic and possibly to Bermuda,
Jamaica and Barbadot b. The cities
on the tentative tour include, Victoria,
Vancouver, Calgary, Kdtinmtoii, Prince
Albert, Winnipeg, Montreal, Toronto,
Ottawa, Hamilton, Halifax and Sydney
ln Canada and Portland, San Francisco," San Diego, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New York and Providence ln
the United States. A feature of the
tour will he a nerles of "test" matches
in which the Australians will meet
the picked men of the best Canadian
and United States teams.
The Australian cricketers have lately taken up baseball and It is expected that they will engage in a number
of diamond contests as a side line.
The Yankn and the Canucks, while not
excessively hopeful as to the results of
the cricket contests, feel sure they can
teach the Invaders a thing or two
about baseball.
DANISH PRINCE ERIK "
Will WORK ON f ARM
Travels Aboard This Summer to Complete   Agricultural   Education���
People Watch Outcome.
EXERCISE KEEPS YOU HEALTHY
Why take spring medicine when you can buy a
baseball, a bat and a glove at our store made by the
famous A. J. Reach Co. in Canada, from 25c. to
$3.50 each.
Get into the back lot and bat that spring fever
out of your system.
Also a full line of Lally's lacrosse sticks. They
make you hard.   Ask the boys.
J. Knight & Co
55 Sixth Street.
We Act as Agents Only for the Purchase  and  SaM of  Heal  Estate.
We have placed with us, a number of good lots in the city for
immediate sale. Price $500 each; cash $60, balance $15 per month.
Size 52x118 feet, with lane at rear.
SNAP. A fine double comer, cleared, on Douglas Road, size lOOx
110 ftet. For a quick sale wlll take $1700; $500 caBh, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
Three lots on 8eventh avenue. High side of Btreet, all cleared,
good view. Size 42x140 feet Price $1250 each; one third cash, balance 6, 12 months.
Lot on Fifth Btreet, all cleared, size 52.9x148^4 feet. Price $1650,
one third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Also stores for rent.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONE8, Managing Director.
Head Office: Columbia and Begble Streets, New Westminster.
'���
���
:*
ular  figure    in   Irish    life,   but    the1
stream of emigration   which   carried j
away the young manhood and woman-
hood of the country gradually ruined
Ul profession and with the exception j
of a few  isolated teachers, he   practically disappeared. I
What emigration   did not   entirely,
succeed In doing In this   connection,
; the actions of the  clergy  completed.
THE COMMAND OF THE SEA;          |Priests generally   condemned   village
ITS TRUE VALUE EXPLAINED : dances  and  "cross  road"   gatherings
  Ion Sundays within recent  years, and
Parliament    may    place   beneficent; bo  in  spite   of himself   the   dancing
acts upon their statute hooka and con-1 master found his occupation gone,
fer  democratic   privileges   upon     the !    With the inauguration, however, of
peoples of the   British   empire,    but' the Gaelic movement, which   encour-
Without a navy strong enough to pro- j ages Sunday sports and village gather-!
tcct and  Becure  the  integrity  of  the | ings, the Irish   clergy have been ob-
Sport  Chatter
(Ily Charlie tjuerrie)
Pretty soft fnr Westminster when
Vancouver and Victoria give up $6000
jufit to keep them in the league. Willi
this amount to Btart with the Minto
cup holders should get along all right.
Tommy tliffnnl of, Westminster, !���
tho latest player to talk about retiring. Thia wlll he good new-a to the
borne men who have hail to play
ngainBt the big fellow at the coast.
Illlly Fitzgerald, the Toronto Btar,
has retired three times already this
season, ami the gniKH is not yet green.
Thirteen  Innings.
Sacramento, April 4.���Bert Coy's
ihn i' bagger anil Qni lletling's single
were all that wen* needed hy Oakland
In defeat Sacramento in lln
ning today, for Dolly Stark contributed a wiili' pig lo first anil .link Bliss
a wide throw to third In llie same inning anil three Oakland runs went
over iii'* plate, breaking up a
three tie si-tne Stroud succeeded Ar
rellanes on tin- mount fnr Sacramento
In the eighth nfter two Oakland runs
hml overcome the locals' lead and tied
the st-nri'. Stroud held the Oaks hit*
less and a walk ami an error account
tit for the only two men who got on
Ihe bagB tor Oakland until the 13th,
But Malarkey was just about as tf
fi'tiive  after  relieving  Pope     in    the
eighth.    Two hits were all the IccalB
made off him
Copenhagen, April 4���The ranks of
Krapp  Dn, world's most   important   farmers
1 ' have gained a new and Imposing recruit from Denmark, He ls no other
than Prince Krik of Denmark, a Bon
of Prince Waliicmar antl the late Prin-
cceb Waldemar of Denmark, and the
liveliest curiosity and interest are being evinced iu Scandinavia as to how
this royal recruit will fare in the
thornypaths of Danish agriculture.
As a mattes of fact, in Denmark the
life of a large landed proprietor and
gentleman farmer offers a tempting!
viBta, for Denmark boasts a number
of lovely old estates, with country
seats of Bingular architectural beauty.
it;, i.i One of the finest belongs to Baron
Ax.l Blixin-I-'incrko, a cousin of
Qui en Alexandra cf Kngland and of
the King of Greece, and Prince Krik
was first initiated into the rudiments
of farming under the aiispiceB of this
second cousin, or second uncle as they
would say in Denmark.
Will Travel Abroad.
In the course of the forthcoming
summer Prince Krik intends to travel
al road In order, there to continue his
agricultural education. Prince Waldo-
mar's four sens are fine, high-spirited
tellows; but so far no news has leaked
out about their matrimonial   arrange-
enipire.      such      legislation      is     of
ephemoral value only.
It has been truly said that 'command of th�� sea' gives great power
and unrivalled advantages to that
nation  which possesses it.    The Brit
liged to withdraw their hostility to
dances. They now, in fact, take a
broader view of pastimes that they
formerly condemned.
The result is the gradual reappearance of the once familiar figure of the
When Con .loms called Hi" players
together al the ooasl and told them
he was going to pay them nn the percentage eyHirin, tlu-y drew doleful
faces. .
Willi jr.nnn and thf offices of presl-
dent and -secretary in the British Ciil-
umbla league the Westminster champions link as lf they got all the beet
of it.
There is no reason why Ihey should
not have a lacrosse team at Victoria.
With Lionel Yorke as manager and
Joe Oorman to assist him tliey should
do well  -on paper at least.
ments
,.  Their mother was Princess Marie of
'i'l'i'il'i.'-'l'l'ih'Stark was in third with   Orleans, a daughter of the Duke and
Duilii ss tie Chartres, and being a
Roman Catholic it waB stylpulated before ber marriage that Ihe sons, if any
cami'. should he brought up In tht
Lutheran faith and the daughtera in
tbe Roman Catholic. This, of course.
Iris ti in adhered to. Princess Wai-
dwnar was Immensely popular In Cop-
i-nh-iti n owing to her personal charm,
h.r frankness, and her overactive
Interest In charitable work.
ll, r i ad death a couple of years ago.
when   her   husband   nntl    sons    were |
away in lhe Par Kast on a visit to the
Siamese  court,  caused   profound
Iwo out win n Shiiin was at bat. Stark
I Btarted  to steal hone and appeared
to have mail*' it safely hut Umpire
11i-l.l ruled Sliinn out for interfering
with the catcher. Malarkey hnd delivered the hall as a fairly pitched ball
and Shiiin did not step outside tlu
batter's box. Mltze etepped up to the
plate to take the ball and Shiiin bit
him with his elbcw as he drew back
to swing his hat.
Bcori ��� It    II.    K
Oakland       8    11      1
Sacramento     .'!   li)     4
Batteries:    Perkln,   Pope.   Malarkrv j Siauicfe  court,  caused   profound    por
:nnd   MHz;   Arrallancs,    Stroud     and row  throughout   Denmark.      -Her last
nils" words were a tender farewell   to her
  daughter, who W?�� heartbroken.
Los Angeles, April 4.-   Hitting liner- A   Great  Favorite.
ringly and often. Lob Angeli.i defeat-
Tommy Olfford and Billy Fitzgerald
have announced their retirement. It
only remaltfe for "Newsy" Lakinde tn
Step out and the season will be open.
Some of Bill Miner's relations must
Btiil be located in New Westminster,
and therefore Interested in lacrosse.
ElBO, why the hold-up i f the Vancouver club?
id Venice trday 114 In a nine inning
game , which required lliree hours.
lacking ten minutes, to play. There
Were 28 men Including six pitchers In
the  game,  and  they  were  at   bat   SI
Youth, luckily, quickly rallies, a*'1-
Princess Marguerite, Prince terik's
i Bif ter, who is n great favorite at
i court, is a very BWeet and attractive
young princess. An interesting announcement has lust been made to tlie
nine's final run in the ninth
Los Angeles butting hard from the
I start, used up four Tiger Pitchers and
Speaking of Tommy Clifford, the hlg held the game light until the eighth
point man ct the Westminster World's when llogan's men fell upon I'errit
champions, who his just announced With such vigor that Captain Dillon
bis retirement from lacrosse, one of took hltn off the field and substituted
the Tecumseh players tolls a funny Tozer when the liases were full. Tozer
story in connection with a game be yielded two more runs, making a total
tween the Indians and Westminster in  of five for the Inning before. P.rashear
times. Page for Los Angeles and Hosp effect thnt she now means to paBS the
of the Tigers, batted 1000. Page students' public examination, a very
made bix hits, including a double In severe tent In Denmark, which passed
six timen up. Hosp rapped out four j by lur cousin the King of Denmark
singles aud a triple, tbe latter scoring I    Tbis Is h ''       '      '
1907.
The Indians went out at the provincial fair for a series of games that was
more of a joy trip than anything else.
Westminster naturally were beating
them easily and Gifford was coming
down the field carrying the ball hy
the Tecnmseli players nbout as often
as he pleased.
Finally "Sport" Murlon came to the
conclusion that the only way lo stop
the big fellow was to hand him a wallop antl along with another one of the
Indian home players decided to wait
for him coming out and stop him.
The next time Olfford sailed up the
field tho two Indians handed him a
couple of good healthy cracks, one on
either side, but to their astonishment
Olfford calmly proceeded on his way
up the field, never even stopping fo.
nn Instant.
K.
hit an easy one to second and went out
leaving Venice tine run in the lead
to which another was added in th"
ninth.
Score: It.
Venice       4
Los Angeles    11
Batteries: Italelgh, Brackenrldge,
C.rny, Hltt and Tonneman; Perrltta
and Boles.
II.
12
16
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* 8PORTOGRAPHY ���
��� fBy "Gravy.") ���
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AUSTRALIAN ATHLETE8 COMING.
��� TODAY IN PUGILISTIC ���
��� ANNALS. ���
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According to a report from Sydney,
a bunch of Australian tennis players
and cricketers will aBsenible In lhal
city today to board tho American-
bound steamship Ventura. The racquet experts from the "down under"
country will meet the American team
In a preliminary for the DnvtB intcnia-
1904
1908
1909
1909-
heavy
In   St.
Tlie Australians held the trophy until defeated by tbe Britishers at Melbourne last November, and tbey are
naturally anxious to recover the IobI
honor. It is generally admitted that
Uncle Sam's tenuis sharps caught a
tartar In  the drawings    when    they
gerald,   fought  an  eight   round j were pitted agaiiiBt the Australians in
draw at  Memphis. [ the preliminaries.
Sandy Ferguson   defeated   Jim j    In January of last year the Anicri-
Barry In 10 rounds at Boston, j can team that had won tbo right to
1910���Young Britt and Jimmy Walsh [challenge the Australian    holders   of
fought  a ten round    draw    at  the cup wan defeated five matches to
Tom Allen, one time
weight champion, tiled
Louis.
Sain  Langford bested Joe Jeanette In 15 rounds nt Boston.
Jimmy   Clabby  and   Dick  Fltz
Schenectady,  N.Y.
1II12���Johnny    Dundee   and    Tommy
Houck fought a nix round draw
at Philadelphia.
nothing. Thin time the Australians
will be represented by an entirely different team. In the other prelimlnar
les Canada will play South Africa, Oct
Id to be a proof that the
youthful princess must have Inherited
some of her mother's remarkable initiative and energy! as have al least
some of her brothers) hut what would
royalty only a generation ago have
said to such a democratic resolution
n the part of a princess? Would they
not. acting upon Hamlet's advice have
sent a young Catholic lady of such ad
vancetl ami liberal views to a "nunnery ?"
May Not Have Been Suicide.
Berlin. Out, Aprll 4. "That Alfret'
licit came to IiIb death from a bullet
wound In the head and that the evi
deuce does not. prove that the shot
was fired by his own hand or by an
oilier person," was the verdict of the
coroner's Jury today. Friends eaid
that licit never gambled and a brother
was sure he had considerable money
Provincial Inspector Reyburn belleveF
Ihat It was a case of suicide.
Drummers Score One.
Carson City, Nev., April 4.���Passing
on the application for habeas corpus
of two travelling salesmen for a Grin-
ncl, la., vehicle company, thc Nevada
supremo court declared unconstitu
tlonal today the law Imposing an additional license on "drummers." The
law was passed in 1905 and fixed a license of $10 a day for every agent
Belling .
The death occurred of Thomas W.
Young proprietor of the Commercial
Hotel, Loehmaben, and who was 80
years t.r age, and formerly owned nnd
Decupled the Hoyal Hotel, Lockerbie
Ile saw service during thc later pari
of the Crimean campaign and the Indian Mutluy.
In connection with the proposed extension of thn Dunfermline Central
Library, it Is announced that Mr. Carnegie Ib to contribute .tRooo, umi it is
hoped that the Carutgie Dunfermline
Trust will also have a Bhate lu the
completion of the scheme, which Ib
(expected to coet about ��11,000.
i3h empire cannot exist  without that!dancins master and the revival of the
external activity    both    commercially ! vi,laKe aanccs-
and politically.
ln the words of that great sailor
Raleigh; "Whoever commands the
sea, commands the trade of the
wcrld; whoever commands the trade
of the world commands the riches of
the world; and whoever commands
'.he riches of tbe world consequently
���'ornmands the world itself." In other
words, the British empire requires an
invincible navy to Becure safety for
its food supplies and to preserve the
solidity of the empire.
Juat what the navy is antl what it is
doing can be seen at the Royal theatre for two days, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 8 and 9, where "Our
Empire Navy," a great patriotic naval
exhibition, is to be presented three
times daily. This exhibition tells the
story of a boy who leaves his village
home to join the navy, follows his
career for three years, shows how the
navy is trained, pictures instruction
in naval warfare, describes the preparations for war, and shows the
dread Bcourge of war itself���all In a
little over two hours.
Nothing more apropos at the present moment could be imagined, when
Canada has just shown her willingness to share in the expense of Im
pellal defence.
The   Prince  cf   Pilsen.
In   tlie  big  Henry  W.   Savage  pro-
llietlon "The  Prince of Pilsen" which
will be seen at the Westminster Opera
'louse on Wednesday evening, April
16, the theatre goers and music Iov
ers of New Weal minster will see one
[of the most stupendous musical shows
that has ever been staged in the local
joy  house.
Th!s company b-ive ahout seventy-
five people In their cast and carry
Iheir own orchestra of twelve men.
The seat sale for this show does not
-,n <Jn till next Thursday, but it is
idYlsable to put in a nnii order now,
f you want to be sure cf getting you:
'egular seats. Mail orders are al-
, nys cctic.'dered first when the seats
go on sale.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
is meeting wltb the greatest favor wherever laid.
HALF OF NELSON SCHOOL
TEACHERS GO ON STRIKE
Nelson, April 4.���Kight of the sixteen teachers of the Nelson public
schools suddenly went on strike yesterday morning.
The secretary of the School Board
received letters from the eight teachers stating their intention, this being
the first intimation of the proposed
strike. The eight teachers signed the *
register in the morning, then immediately left Bchool. The school management committee took prompt action and provided five substitutes,
three classes having to be dismissed
for the day.
The eight strikers are all women
except Mr. Alfred Cullen, the teacher
who was dismissed by the School
Board last term, but who declined to
leave, saying the board had no power
to cancel his contract before the end
of the school year In June.
The teachers' action iB in   defiance
bf  the   government's   school   regula-
l tions, and the board says all   certificates will be cancelled which are held
by the strikers.
L
Bitulithic on Second Street, New Westminster, with Boulevard Down
the Centre.
Bitulithic ls noiseless, non-slippery, practically dustless, easy on
horses' feet, and, above all, particularly durable. For these reasons
Bltulithic is commended highly by owners of automobiles and horses,
householders, and city officials, lt has been adopted by fifteen cities
ln Canada, and over two hundred ia the United States.
Columbia Bitulithic,Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7110.       714-717 Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.
T
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters ot credit
sold paya-M-e In all parts ot the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO -
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Streets
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
;:.
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REVIVAL    OF    DANCES.
Extraordinary Change Taking Place
In Habits of the Irish People
Dublin. April 4 ���An extraordinary
change has taken place recently in
ihe dancing habits of the Irish people.
The dancing master waB once a pop-
Special Feature j
Three Full Reels of
Colored Photography
Coining Here
Monday and Tuesday
In a Notable Pathe
Production of
Victor Hugo's
Famous Work
NEW WESTMINSTER BREWERY
ANNUAL BREW OF PALATABLE
BOCK BEER
The Great Spring Tonic.
On Draught Today
at all Hotels and Liquor Stores.   Don't miss it.
FIT-RITE CLOTHING PARLOBS
Out of the Ordinary'
Ci
If you haven't found complete satisfaction in past experience
with ready-to-wear clothing, it's not the "ready-ta-wear" idea
that should be blamed���it's more likely to be the brand you've
tried.
Ever try the "FIT-RITE" Brand?   Try it this Spring.
At least come and look over the splendid new models we're
showing in this better-class line at moderate prices.
There's a modish appearance about these new spring suits
that reveals the touch of the master designer.
They represent clothes perfection   to   the   latest   detail.
Prices, $20.00 to $37.50.
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
From 8 pjn. to 10 p.m. only we will sell our 50c. Silk Neckwear at 25c. New Goods, direct from New York in plain and
fancy.  Only 85 dozen to sell at this price.
Richardson & Humphries
709 Columbia SL
Westminster Trust Block.
.*Z*Wh*er
��� T_
FACE   SIX
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
8ATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913
r"
Classified Advertising
"Our Personal Advice
��� RATES. ���
��*������������������������������������������
Classified���One cent per word per
flay; 4c per word per week; 15c per
���month; 5.000 worda, to be UBed as re
juired wltl.ln one year from date ol
contract, $25.00.
hlrth or Marriage Notices 50c.
Death Notice 50c or with Funeral Notice ��1.��0. Card of Thanks 50c per
Inch.
The Want Ads. are
Salesmen, Peacemakers,
Puzzle-solvers, Loss-ad-
justors, Business-detectives, Task-doers.
They are Militant Co-operators
with the man who has property
of any sort to Bell���with tbe
business man, or housewife, who
is "upset" by the loss ot "help"
���with the anxious work-seeker,
against whom the rest of mankind sometimes seems to be hos-
tilely arrayed���with the landlords who unexpectedly lose tenants���with the business men
who need mora capital���with
all who have confronting them
a "want ad task!"
They   aro   as   completely   at
YOUR   SERVICE   aB   are   the
street cars or telephones���hut
their capacity for serving you
is much wider, while just as
available.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���A LOT ON OR NEAR
the cutt-off in llurnaby. cheap tor
cash.    Box IOIj. News office.
WANTED���ONE MILCH COW. MUST
be a good milker. Apply 527 Eleventh street, city. 110131
WANTED- MATERNITY NL'RSING.
Apply 624 Thirteenth street, or
I'hone R 274. llOOp)
l.ADY WANTS POSITION AS HOUSE
to heuse canvasser. Apply P. O.
Hox 1012, city. (10011
WANTED���POSITION HY YOUNG
lady as stenographer. Good references,   Apply Hox 1000, Dally News
WANTED - PUPILS TO LEARN
sketching. Indoor and outdoor, paint
ing. water colors or crayon. 210
Agnes street. (999)
FOR SALE
EOR SALE ��� EIGHT ROOMED
house and large lot and chicken
run on Fifteenth avenue; one and
a half blocks from car line. $2300;
cash $250, balance as rent. Topping's Agency, 251 Westminster
Trust Bldg. llurnaby Office, P. O.
East Burnaby. Phones 1110 and
2008. (1016)
EOR SALE- FIVE ROOMED MOD-
ern house, Colbourn street, city;
close to new school. $2600; $600
cash, balance as rent. Topping's
Agency, 521 Westminster Trust
Dldk. Burnaby Office, P. O., East
Hurnaby. Phones 1110 and 2008.
(1016)
FOR SALE-ORCHARD LOT, 50x166,
to lane. Twelfth avenue; owner
forced to sell. $800, very easy
terms. Topping's Agency, 521 Westminster Trust Bldg. Hurnaby Office, P. O.. East Burnaby. Phones
1110 and 20008. 11016)
FOR SALE-CAR LINE LOTS IN
East Burnaby; Sixth street; close
to post office and factory; 60x100.
$900 each to suit buyer. Topping's
Agency. 521 Westminster Trust
Bldg. ' Burnaby Office, P. O., East
Burnaby. Phone 1110 and 2008.
1016)
FOR SALE-LOT ON CAR LINE.
Sixth street; with small house and
barn'. $1600; cash $400, balance to
suit. Topping's Agency, 521 Westminster Trust Bldg. Burnaby Of
fice, P. 0��� East Burnaby. Phones
1110 and 2008. (1016)
to all Skin Sufferers"
Frederic T. Hill, Druggist.
We havc been in business In thla
town tor some time, and we are looking to build up trade by always advising our patrons right.
So when we tell you that we have
found the effective eczema remedy,
you can depend upon it that we give
our advice, not in order to sell a few
bottles of medicine to skin sufferers,
but because we know how it will help
our business lf wc help our patrons.
We keep in stock and sell all the
well known skin remedies. But we
wlll Bay this, lf you are Buffering
from any kind of Bkln trouble, eczema,
psoriasis, dandruff, tetter, Bait, rheum,
rash, wo want you to try a full size
bottle of D. D. O. Prescription.
Again and again we have seen how
a few drops of this simple waBh, applied to the skin, takes away tbe Itch
instantly. And the cures all Beem to
be permanent.
D. D. D. Prescription made by the
D. D. D. Laboratories of Toronto, la
composed ot thymol, glycerine, oil of
wintergreen and other healing, soothing, cooling Ingredients. And if you
are just crazy with itch you will feel
soothed and cooled, the itch absolutely
washed away the moment you apply
this D. D, D.
We have made fast friends of more
than one family by recommending
this remody to a skin Bulferer here
and there and we want you to try It
now. We want to tell ynu ahout D.
D. D. Soap also. Frederick T. Dili,
druggist.
RECORDS 01 SNOW
fOR PAST SEASON
Heaviest at Glacier���Lightest at Mission���January Responsible tor
Royal City's Fl-jurcs.
At the High Court, GlaBgow, before Lord Dundas, William Cockburn
pleaded guilty to four separate
charges of house-breaking, and also
the charge cf being a habitual criminal, and was sentenced to 37 ycais
in [u'lscnmeut \
FOR SALE-LARGE LOT CLEARED
wiih small liouse; on Twelfth avenue, East Burnaby; half block from
car line; cash $800, on terms $1000
cash $32."i. balance 6, 12 and IS
Topping's Agency, 251 Weatmlnater
Trust Bldg. Burnaby Office. P. O
East Burnaby. Phones 1110 and
200S. (1016)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
ACROSS   THE   CONTINENT   WITH
,   OUT   THE   ANNOYANCE   OF
CHANGING CARS.
Week End tickets on sale to local
points at Single Fare fur Round Trip
on   Fridays,   Saturdays  and   Sundays
FOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE AND
lot on Twelfth avenue; one block
and half from car line; owner must
Bell and will sacrifice. $1300; cash
$150, balanco as rent. Topping's
Agency, 521 Weatmlnster Trust
Hldg. Hurnaby orflce, P. O., East
Hurnaby. Phones 1110 and 200S
(1016)
For rates and reservation apply
ED. OOULET, Agtnt
New Westminste
Or  H.   W    Brodle,  OP.A .   Vancouver
ihe Market
���s      > dMata*.	
A marked advance in the price of
eggs and a keen demand for all varieties cf poultry featured yesterday
I morning's session of the city market.
The advance in eggs was due to an
extraordinary demand. The supplies
were well up to the average of the
past few weeks hut tho buying was
heavy and dealers had no difficulty
in disposing cf their stock at a threo
to five cent advance on tlie quotations
of last week.
The arrival of poultry was well up
to expectations but not quite equal
to the very ready purchasing. The
���inquiry for poultry has been good all
this season and il is stated on good
feathered commod-
all    formers    and
POOL AND CIGARS.
King's Hotel Pool Room
Best Pool Tables In the city. Fine
line of Cigars and Tobacco. Sporting
events bulletined.
A. G. BEATON. Proprietor.
Some Interesting information on
the Biiowfall In British Columbia, is
afforded by the table recently compiled by the C. P. R., which gives a
comparison between the fall at various points along their system during
the seasons of 1011-12 and 1912-13,
which shows a largely Increased precipitation thla year at many points.
During the present winter the
heaviest fall occurred at Glacier,
where, although March and April are
not included, as wus the case with
last year's figures, the total fall to
date reaches the large amount of
429.50 Inches, as against 387 inches
last year, the heaviest month being
I December with a precipitation of
i 136.50 Inches against the heaviest of
1911 of 120.50 in November of that
year.
At Agassis the fall of   this year   is
nearly  double    that    of    last    year,
1 amounting to 93.50 inches   againBt 52
'January of this year accounts for 89
'inches of this total at this Station.
j    At Revelstoke  tliere  was also    an
increase this year in    the    Biiowfall
| the   precipitation   there   being   162.20
inches to  date    against    120.40    last
jyear.    The   heaviest   fall here,    took
i place  in  December,  1912,  when  77.50
Inches were recorded.
Royal City Figures.
New Westminster shows fairly alike
��� in the tables, the Royal,City beiii';
credited with 64.70 in 1911 and 67.6"
in the present season, while the city
of Vancouver record a fall for last
season of 51.52 and 60.35 for the present period. In both cases January of
this year was chiefly responsible fettle swelling of the totals, the fall at
ranchers can produce at all times New Westminster for that month be-
I without fear of glutted markets or ' Ing 64.70 and at Vancouver 57.30.
competition from other quarters, par-i The lightest recorded fall of this
Ocularly the States and Eastern Can- season Is at Mission, where only 26.1(1
aAa -has  been   recorded   as   against   40.12
Veal and pork were features In last year, and the nest place to lightly
themselves in that though the supply escape was Cranhrook. which received
was large the buying was on a fully the comparatively light falls of 38
commensurate basis. j inches  in  1911  and  39  Inches In  the
There was the usual variety of veg-  present season.
"PAIN COMPLETELY
LEFT ME"
So Says Thomas Stephenson after
Taking GIN PILLS
| O those who have suffered, year in and  year-
out, from  the dragging -misery of   Kidney
Disease, anything that will relieve the pain
is a blessing indeed.   Tbnt is just what a well-
known ri Mdi-nt of Lsthiite Mills, tin**., and hU
i wile both found In CIN PILLS.
Lachute Mills, P. Q.
"I waa trottbled-JBor many years with Kidney-
Disease, and a friend told me to take GIN
PILLS. After taking a few Iaixc*, I was
greatly relieved, anil alter finishing the twelfth
box, the pain completely left mc.
My wife is now using CIN PiLLS nnd finds
tbat lhe has betn gieaily relieved of tlie pain
over her Kidneys.
I  can   sufelv  recommend anyone  aulTcring
from   Kidney   Trouble to give a fair trial tt>
CIN PILLS."        THOMAS STEPIIKNSON.
Would VOU welcome such a relief ? Then take
CIN PILLS.   They go right to the spot���ease
the pain almost ut once��� neutralize thc Uric
Acid   which   is  causing   all   the   trouble ���
Strengthen the kidneys so that they will beable
to keep lhe blood pure���ond quickly take away
that   weakness   and  tendtruess  of  the bock
which   undermine  thc   energy aud   vigor of
manhood and womanhood.
Don't pass CIN PILLS without a trial.     P.very box is sold on the positive
guarantee that if six boxes, used according to directions, do nct help you, your
money will be cheerfully refunded. I
50c, a box, 6 for$i.so,   Free sample if you write National Drug aud Chemical
Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. 1SB
to 1 authority that  tlie
; ity  is  one    that
KOUR ROOM COTTAGE NEW,
cleared lot, 40x153 close to car line
and city. $1900; $200 cash, balance
���$25 monthly. Topping's Agency.
521 Westminster Trust Bldg. and
East llurnaby. Phones 1110 and
2008. (1016)
NEW   AGENCY   FOR   NEW   WESTMINSTER AND FRASER VALLEY
���agents   wanted   for   Commercial
Proposition.     Must   bave   $500     to
$5000 capital.   Will give a net PROFIT of 100 per cent, monthly on Investment with services.   Capital absolutely Becured.     NO   RISK   OR
SPECULATION IN THIS AT  ALL.
lf  you  write  post  office  box  1016,
Vancouver,  B,  C,  we  will  be  glad
to make an appointment. (983)
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKING BT
the day.    Box 873, News Office.       j
FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
cleared lot 40x153; close to car line
and cily. $2401); $200 cash, balance
as rent. Topping's Agency, 251
Westminster Trust Bldg. antl East
Burnaby. Phones 1110 and 2008.
11016)
EXCELSIOR BARBER SHOP
HAIR CUTTING     BEARD CUTTING
MASSAGING SHAVING
Specialty���Treatment of the scalp
by Vlbro-Massage aud Glover's Famous Stimulating Tonics.
DAVID BOYLE, 35 Eighth St.
WANTED TO  RENT���SMALL FUR-
nishetl   cottage.    Apply    Box    967,
News Office.
DRESSMAKING  WANTED  BY  THK
day.   Apply Box 965, Daily Newa.
TO  RENT.
TO RBNTr-SlX ROOM HOl'SKWITH
garden   and     fruit    trees,     Bowler
street.   Apply at 1314 Cariboo Btreet
(10171
NICELY
for rent
FURNISHED
Phone 1129.
BEDROOM
I 1011 1
TO LET    FURNISHED. TWO HOUSE
keeping rooms,  1020  Third  avenue.
11002)
TO    RENT        TWO     FRONT     BED
rooms, furnished; suitable tor work*
ing girl.H G'j'.i Victoria street near
Ni'ws office. i997i
FOR LENT LARGE FRONT BED
room, furnished, with board 715
5Ui avenue. (985)
FOR   RENT   TWO   UNFURNISHED
housekeeping  rooms, 503 Agnes St.
19661
TO RENT���TWO LARGE AND TWO
small rooms over tho News office.
Suitable for club or light manufac
turlng purposes. Will leaso for two
or throe year term, singly or en bloc.
Apply to Manager the News.
TENDERS
s  ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL.
������*.    ������
Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for
Equipment'' for the new hospital build
ing will be received by the undersign-
���rd up to noon
on Friday, April 25th, 1913.
Tenders must be submitted on tho
forms of specification which may be
cbLilnod at the hospital. The lowest or any tender not neieisarlly accepted.
E. S. WITHERS, Secretary,
Iloyal   Colombian   Hospital,   New
���YsstuUnster. (1007)
A   FEW    CLEARED  LOTS,     40x126;
close to car line and city. Si-jo, very
easy terms.    Topping's  Agency, 521
Westminster Trust  Hldg.  and   East I'
llurnaby.    Phones 1110 antl 2008,
11016) |
FURNITURE OF A THREE ROOM
suite for sale and the rooms for
rent, at $1250 per mouth, payable
In advance. The furniture has beon
ln"iise only two months. Apply to
T. D. Coldicutt, Thirteenth avenue
and Sixth street, East Burnabv.
(1004)
COLLECTIONS.
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED.EVERY-
where. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 3H6 Hastings street west. Van
couvcr, B, C. (9761
FOUND.
(FOUND���PLATED    WATER   JUG
!    engraved  "Hubbard".    Apply to O.
Mnndav, Knox  street,  Sapperton.
(9871
FOR RENT.
FOR SALB-rlVi H. P. GASOLINE
engine, and 525 gallon steel tank,
with deep well pump and all fittings
for private water supply; cheap.
Apply T. I). Coldicutt, Thirteenth
avenue and Sixth Btreet, East Burnaby. (1004)
FOR SALE THE DUNSMUIR CAFE,
doing good business. Apply C. D.
Nunn, 40 Eighth street. (994)
JUST LIKE RENT-FINE MODERN
five-room bungalow, located on Seventh avenue; one lilock from car
line. This bungalow has all conveniences, including fireplace; view
unexcelled. $11400 takes It; $250
cash and the balance like rent.
Owner Is tired of tenants. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521 Coi
iiichia StreeL    Phone 515. 19981
FOR    SALE ONE    OF     MY    TWO
hunting dogs, your choice of Point
er  or   Setter,     Apply   P.O.   Box   865.
city. (984)
FOR    SALE
steel range,
street.
SIX     HOLE
cheapj    211
EMPIRE
Oakland
19601
Three room furnished suite, with
bath;  heated;  hot and cold water.
Bradley Apartments.
1218  Fifth  Avenue Phone 750
TENDERS FOR COAL.
Tendera will be received by the undersigned, marked "Tenders for Coal"
up to noon of Wednesday, April 9th.
for supplying lump, nut and pea coal
to the following schools:
Duke of Connaught  High  School.
F.  W.  Iloway.
John Robson.
Lord  Kelvin.
Richard   McBrlde.
Herbert  Spencer.
Lord   Lister.
Queensborough.
Delivered In bulk al the above
schools. Successful tenderer will im
required to furnish satisfactory bund
for carrying out of contract. Lowest,
or any, tender not necessarily accepted.
L.   AVORY   WHITE.
Secretary. Board of School Trustees.
New WeBtmlnster, B. C, 11002)
FOR SALE CHEAP    NEARLY  NEW | INVESTORS'
corrugated  Iron    water    tank,    5001
gallons;    also    Binall    dash    churn !     Telephone 295.
basin,    print,    etc.     Goo.    Rumble,!
Jubilee,  B.C. (929)
INVESTMENT CO.
P. O. Box 777.
!etables for all of which there was no
' particular demand. The potato Situation remains unchanged.
I The florist's stands were well represented with cut and pot flowrs,
rose bushes and other shrubs, and
dealers found business of a satisfactory nature.
1    The auction sale was excellent, some
^ine cows going under the hammer
at prices ranging from $50 to $75.
I    The quotation list follows.
Fruit.
Apples, per box   $1.00 to $1.25
Vegetables, Wholesale.
\ Beets, per sack $1.00
Carrota, per sack   tie
Turnips, per sack *<>'
Potatoes, per Back    7��e
Potatoea, per ton ^8 to $10
Onions, per ��ack    $1.25 to $1.50
1 Vesetnblca, Retail.
he.eta. per bunch  Ke
Onions,  per lb     80.
rtarrota. per bunch   oc
Cabbage, per lb 4o.
Turnips, each  or.
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs,   wholesale,  per dozen   ....   27c
JEgs, retail, per doz 80c to 85c
Hatching Eggs, per doz. . ,50c to $1.00 I
Hatching Duck Eggs, per doz.  ..  75c *
1 Egs,  duck, per dozen   ....  35c to 40c
! Butter, retail, per lb 36c. to 40c.
Butteir, wholesale, per lb 30c
Flsh, Retail.
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb   20o
Wblte Spring Salmon, per lb. 15c '
yiomidH-ra, per lb 10c
Stur-jeon, per Ib 15ti ;
Halibut per lb Ue
���Steolbcad. ppr lb 15(1
Smelts, per lb Ue ]
Retail Meats.
Beef, beat rib roasts 15c to tin
Beief, loin 18c to 'fie ,
tt'sef. round st oak  3tk
Boiling  beef    IM. 1
Veal   15c to Hot;
Pork       15c  to  20c :
Muttoa  12c to 200
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, large  10c. to 12c
Veal,   small    14c.   to  16c. '
Beof, front quarter  9Vi>o. to 10c
Beef, hind quarter  lie. to 12c.
iipiing lamb   l!i��
Mutton   l��c t�� 12V4n ;
Pork       13c. to  14c.
Poult'".
Hens, small, per dt t a   ...$7 to $9
Hi'UB, largii, per dozen  $10 to $12
Chickens, per dozen   $4  to $6
Bra-Hart, pee dor $H ta ti
Hens, llvn  per lb 20c
Chickens, live, por lb UOc. to 23t
Dunks, per doren   $12 to $1
Ducks, livh, peHb 30c to 32*
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER,
Notice Is hereby given that the first
sitting of the Court of Revision on
tlie Assessment Roll for 1913 will ba
held at the Council Chamber, City
Hall, New Westminster. BC on the
16lh day of April. 1913. at 11 a.m.
Notice of any complaints must be
'given to the Assessment Commissioner ln writing at least ten days
previous to the silling of (he Court.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
the 17th day ot March. 1913.
W. A. DUNCAN.
! (8S2) City Clerk. 1
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New  Spring  and  Silinint-r  Suitings
now on dlBplay.    See them.    Perfect
fit and workmanship guaranteed.   701
Front Street.
North Nicomen. this season has the        	
distinction  of only  having  had  snow j
in one month, January of this year be ! P.O. Box 34 Dally News Bldg
ing credited  with    the   precipitation. I    J. T. BURNETT'S PRINT SHOP
But although their waa only one
month's snowfall It amounted to 51.60
inches, which compares with 73.50
inches of the previous season, when
snow fell In three months.
Nelson. Rossiand, Vernon, Princeton. Enderby and Chilliwack were all
below the level of the previous season's figures in snowfall, the highest
total among these cities being that
of Rossiand with a fall of 108.41
Inches thiB season, against 123.90 for
las', antl the highest individual
month's record being pnsscBBOd by
Chilliwack. with a fall of 70.50
January of this year.
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
Prices right.   -Satisfaction guaranteed
59 McKenzie St.
WE8TMINSTER DAILY NEWS
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISMENT8
BRING  QUICK   RESULTS
I ���    ��� - l!f
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office Phone 185.      Barn Phone 137
Begble Strstt.
Baggage Delivers* Promptly to
sny part ot the city.
tn
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
Light and Heavy Hauling
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
IN SHUKRI PASHA
Man of  Indomitable   Courage  Is   One
Redeeming  Feature of Campaign
of Disaster.
i,<'tu'P8 Vancouver for victoria 10 a. in.
p. tn. and 11 :4f>-
Leavefl Vancouver for Seattle 10 a. m
and  11 p, in.
Loaves Vanoouver for Nanalmo 3 p, m
Leaves Vanoouver for PrUioe Ruperl
umt Northern Points ��Q p. ro. Wedne*
tltiya.
Leaves Vancouver  every Wednesday at
10  V   in
Loaves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday
Thursday and Baturday.
Chilliwack Service
Leaves  Westminster  8  a.  m.   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
KI>. GOULHT,  AKt-nt, New Westminster
M. W   HHOTilR. O   P   A..  Vnnwmvnr
Subscribers
who do not receive
8 a.m. Bhould
The Nev>�� i���.r,,r��
TELEPHONE 999
and make complaint Only In this way
may an efficient delivery lie maintained.
POR   SALE���CHEAP   IIOUSKH   IN
nil parts of Queensborough, $700 up.
AIho good    liuildlng    lots.    Queens-
borougb Realty Co., Hwon    avenue
(943)
SKK THK EVOLUTION OF A COOK
Stove, Canada's Pride Mnlloablo
Ranges Jl.Oii down, $1.00 per week.
Canada  Range Co.,  Market Bcjuaro.
(ft74>
DO YOU WANT THK BEST LOT IN
tbe city or Hurnaby at the price?
I)o you want It very close to thn
car, Do you want electric light ami
water? Do you want a Bplendld
view? Do ynu want a lot that will
increase In value rapidly? Do you
want to cut down tho coat of IIvIiir
by owning your own home? If these
��� are gome of your wants see us today as we have juat a few lots left.
two blocks from city limits and
two blocks from, car; open streeta,
all conveniences. One of the bent
views In the district. Only $25 cash
nnd $10 per month secares ono ' of
these fine homeslles. Wo want you
to Bee the proporty aa It will stand
Inspection. National Klnanco Com
pany,  Ltd.. 621    Columbia    streot.
Phone 515.
STRANGE  HEBREW  TRIBE
WANTED
GOOD BUILDING LOTS
in the City
In Exchange for
HOUSES
House to Rent, $30.
Cottage to Rent, $22.
Cottage to Rent, $15.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.lout lt tor several days.
Supposed to Havc Seen Led Into the
Wilderness by Jeremiah.
Jerusalem, Apr!! 4.���In one of the
Arabian deserts a new Hebrew tribe.
i.t nomads haB been recently discover-
edll They are descended from the
Rechabltoa mentioned in tbe :>,r>th
chapter of .the book of Jeremiah,
Their chief gives the following explanation of their lives:
"The patt of the country where we
pitch our tenia ia not altogether a
desert. There are fertile pastures tot*
nur sin en where we principally live.
We number about 2.vi0 families, and
here is ii tradition amongst uh that
the prohpet Jeremiah himself led us
to the district we now Inhabit. Almost all our men havo live or. six
wives."
This chieftain added that the sheath
of his Hword came to lilm from a
Babylonian exile, and that he personally had Just undertaken a journey of
0,1 nights. Ho wanted to see foreign
lands su as to find out whether II was
better for his tribe to live In some
new "place than In their own district.
When asked how It was that nothing had ever been heard of the tribe
he said no stranger could ever penetrate Into their land, as he could not
stand the burning sun. There was
very little water and both the people
and their herds often had to do with-
Constantlnople, April  4. - The   real
hero nf the war between Turkey and
the  Balkan  allks   is Shukri    l'ashit. I
Through all the rout and squalid lack j
of organization, through all the amaz-1
Ing round of reverse and ill-conceived
stratagem  that  attended  the  conduct
of the Turkish troop's In the field, the
defender of Adrianople   stands   out -
the one  redeeming   figure   the   man
who could  face  the   most   terrifying I
perils ot�� bombardment and slope and
starvation, and  yet  concede uo quar-
ter to friends or to foes.
Shukri  Pasha  is regarded   here as j
one of the greatest and sturdiest mill-
tary geniuses that ever lived.    From i
the outset of the attack on Adrianople.
his soldiers came to love him like  a
father, and he is shrewd, Vigilant, determined,  ii   man    of  Iron     courage,
Shorn of all Illusions, but With infill- I
iu- kindliness if character and heart.I
Never was a sii no more rigorously
conducted than thai concentrated on
Adrlanople. Prom the outset no sin-
gle scrap of reliable Information was
allowed to leak oul to the waiting eiv
ilized world. One fact alone gave the
anxious Turks in the capital comfort
Tbat was the ijfBiiranee of those
with positive knowledge that Adrian-
uple wiiHthe one spot In Turkey on
which military funds had been properly expended, and that Adrian
was practically Impregnable
forces at the command Of King Ken!
Inand and hiB friends even to tho In
sidoiis power of Balkan gold.
tTOLE   TAPESTRIES.
The FRASER CAFE
Quick Service, Good Meals, Reasonable Prices.
CORNER OF BEGBIE 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.
Singer  Sewing  Machines.    Small  Musical Goods of all Kinds. PHONE 694.
"Eg PHONE 890
CONTRACTORS rOR prsces on s-
Lumber Lath and Shingles
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
"""'i1;, BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
       BURN OIL     ���
Art Treasures Worth $80,000 Disappear   From   Paris.
Paris, April -S It Is believed here
that thieves who stole $80,000 worth
of rare tapBBtrv from the residence of
Albert Duval wire member) of a
Buni; who recently havo been very
iietivn in this line. They weie apparently able to appraise the vijliie of
lhe articles."* lhe robbery occurred
tlx we'jka ano, biif was kept, quiet, be
fiiusn M. Duval thought be had a clue
to the thives, but this clue proved
valueless.
M, Duval sen- ;.'tiers and , photo-
graphs of the stolen property to many
collectors to whom the tapestries
might lie offered, Including  John   D,
Rockefeller, His letter to Mr. Itoelce-
feller was returned marked "refused
because of Insufficient postttRe," the
deficit being two cents.
Most of the goods stolen were tapestry covers of five chairs, which he-
longed to Boucher's finest period.
These, with other stolen articles, bucIi
bb screen tapestries, wero placed In
three parcels and locked In a cabinet
while the woodwork to which they b'j-
longed was being repaired. I
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P.  O.  BOX  442
TELEPHONE   324
E. H. BUCKUN,
Prat and Oral. Mir.
N. HKAHD9LKH,
Vlca-Prasldant.
W. F. H. BUCKUN,
Bac. aid Treat
SMALL-BUCKLIN LUMBER CO., Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
If you read THE NEWS you get all the news.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DCSICNS FURNISHED SATURDAY,  APRIL 5,  1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "Ii" for Mains and Connections.
Bohadulo showing the real
���wlileii tin sasoattnent in made
rslons lukiu uu area over basin
'Name oJ owner.     Ra-tubdrn,
��� Col. inv. & Loan Oo,
i ir Beok, Clarence H
lie ft. eli, l'Inn lice II.
in> ii.en, Clarence II.
lie Bock, Clarenoe It.
iw Beck, Clarenoe li.
in- ii.ek. Clarenoe 11.
lie   11. ek.  Clan lie.'   H.
lie link. Clarenoe li.
Dt Beck, Clarenoe II.
He ii.ek. Clarenoe ll.
can. Look * Novelty Co,
Can, l.eek & Novelty Co.
Wuiic. Charles Wuiirt
Wn.ii*. Charles Btuart
NVml.-.  Charlea Stuart
AS'ijuJ.-. ci arlet Btuart
Wade, Charles Stuart
Wade, Charles Hiunrt
Wade, Charles smart
Wade, Charles Htunrt
Armstrong, Jamet K.
Dynes, Margaret
Panti l'��. H-
Dickie, John
Dlokle, J..Im
Harvey, Minnie BJ.
<Huss,  Jain. s
Body, W. A-. Itiimey, E. B.
Wilni'k. Fred. W,
Baker, Alice K.
iiiitr.it. Alexander
Warnock, Jim. D.
Woolven, Alii-
Dick!.*.  J'.lin
Dutton, iiiikIi W.
I mi i.mi. Hugh W.
Craig, George
l'ailinore,   l-'r. .1  W.
IliinH.-ii. Christian
llaii"' ii. Christian
Hansen. Christian
ll.iri.ll. J. A . ningtmm H.
stun. v. Archie
Morshead,  rn .1.
Lane. Willi.nn
Weill.   Mrs    11.
Mend. Matthew It
li���ti -vw.ii.il. Robert
William, Mary a.
Hull. i*.   Art Imr
Presby, Amy B.
Thomas, l'n-1 I*'
Pressy, Clan noe  I..
Mend. Matthew It.
H ii ker, 'I i** ri so
1-if.lv, Jncoll
McDonald, Donl I
���|-I���,n,,i. ,  .ImI.H  A
MiUlory. ';���������   IL
!,, Ml   .    I':.VMI   I*'.
BcM, Margaret
Ii   i.  Margan '���
ii.a.*, r. ii.
Hal.*, r ii
Cumpb. ii. wm. r.
Ankers, Martha
i !ami ron, Joseph
Cnnii ron. Joseph
i' nn ron, I iseph
i- imeroUi Joseph
Cameron, Jo* i li
Cami nui. Josi l'i'
Cameron, Josi I h
Cami' nn. Joseph
Cami ron, J"*-" ph
Cun- ron, Joseph
Cum I. ii. .1 ��� ��� i li
Cami i ii. Christopher
i 'anv i "ti. .1' seph
i- nn ron, Josi i li
i 'a ron,   Josi i li
Cami ron,   Josi '.*ii
i 'nmeroii, Josi ph
r imi i *n   .'" ��� ph
i -..     i on   .1    ��� lit
Can   t'ti   J'"*" l'i'
Ti....*   rt chard
Hn.!:.-.   Man*   A.
Devoy, Mary J.
Ashton,   Kllzn T.
Wood, Thomas *
Wilson,  Mnry & Win
Cormier,   Mnry   I    &   Chas.
Kennedy! ins. It
Cameron, BUtabeth
City of N.w Westmlnst-sr
Until".  Allot
D'VOy,  Mnry  J
Atkinson, Barah
Craig, Thomas s.
Cl amkers, William
imbers, William
' * inn ran, Joseph
i * imeron, Joseph
Hillis.   D.   A.
Kennedy. Jan. n.
Efford, Abigail
Wood* ml. Demetrius
Powers, A   w   and I"   A.
Saunders. Inul-' _   , .
I Indnulst, B., Brudvlk, o N.J
Llndqulsl   K. Brudvlk, O.N.J.
Black. William
McDougal),  Alice  Ti.
Bulnt, Joseph il
Woodward.  Demetriul
Mitchell,  N' ill
Balnt, Joseph O.
t--rlnt.-r    Rlltn
It-PI. Janes   \.
McDougnll, Donald K.
Wood. Mall. 1
Walmsli y. Kmerson
HKin. Kate M.
A llohtsnn, James N.
Bushel), Joseph J. 8ft !
Cami ron. Cl ns. C,
Monday, Wm. R.
Mnndav, Matthew
Oovetle, Joseph
McK< ntle,   Ji toil.  J.
Mundav, .Inn* C,
Alshury, John
Welsh, Howard M.
Murray, Walter H.
Osborne  Chas. E.
CVwIson. George
Montcllus, Win. it.
Oshorne, Chan   I-*..
McGlllivray, Alexander
McGlllivray, Alexander
Osborne, Jnseph
MoCallu-n. J. W.
MrC-iI'. -a.   J.   W,
Mel'a      in.   .1     W,
Mi't'-'litm.   1. W
V,-"nlbim    J.   W.
Innls,   i'  n.   P..
I nils.  tieo.   R,
jnnti, Oeo   It.
Innls, Geo   11
Dickinson. P-harles
l ileklntoo,  Chariot
Jolly. A. W.
MoQunrrle, !'.. MoAulty, Mm.
Montrllus, Wm, it.
Whlti-her.  Rlto .liimes
Kll.lv.   RllTabcth
Bigg, David
Bigg,  David
l.itiic Flirt ii
i.mle. Uirt n
Tnvlor.  John
Warnook, Jamet D.
Watson, Robert
Wntson.   Allen   11,
Dalrymple, Cl, B.
Fullerton,  H. M.
Morshead.   I*red.
Watson, J ii mrs
Wnison. Jamet
Wntson.   Jntn'-s
Flack. Hamurl
Plnrk. flfttnuei
Carter,  Fred c  jr.
Carter.   Albert   E.
Carter, i-'r.-d c. fr.
Cnrter. Fred C, Br.
Iliink'y.  fl.   AIits
Hnnkey. <i. Alers
Doggie Alexander
Altchtson, Hugh
Altohlten, Hugh
Ain'i. Hurry c.
Comer,  Henry
Wilson,   Ann 11*1
Henley, Jennie B.
Henley, Jennie 1.
Halcombc, 11. K.
Best, Jamns
Wriisini. Mnrtnierlta
F.rlelisen,   C    W.
Hrloltsen. c   W.
Thomnti ti.  Henry
11'-'',  June  Ann
Morrow  George
Dltcham, Hannah
'I'.skv, Jafhes
Morshead,  Prrd
Bancs, Thomas L.
llnnes.   Thomas   L-
Flnnes, Thomas L.
Undstrotn, Charles
Llndttrom, Charles
Robertson, Jus. * w, * ���>���
Mend, Mnlliew It.
Onlek. llnnniih C.
���Quick, Hannah <!.
J.inieH,   Edward
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IHk.     Feel Front. Hale
per fl.
from,
eeiits.
225. RH 10.213
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.711     	
49.70     	
49.70	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
30.70     	
30.70     	
16.00     	
34.70     	
411.70     	
49.70     	
411.70     	
49.711     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
4970     	
49.70     	
32 RH ..     ..
32.SO     	
32.80     	
32.80     	
32.80     	
32.80     	
32.80      	
32.80     	
32.80 ......
-   32.80     	
32.80     	
32.RO     	
32.8(1     	
32.SO     	
32.Sll     	
32.Sll     	
738.77       	
39.IUI     	
311.110     	
39.90     	
39.90     	
39.90     	
39.90     	
39.90
39.90
39.911
39.911     	
39.90     	
39.90
39.90 .....
37.70     	
39.90     	
39 90 ......
39.90
39.90 ......
39.9U      	
89.90    	
39.90
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39.99 ' . ...
39 90
39.90 ......
202.10	
43.70     	
43.70     	
43.711     	
43.70     	
43.70     	
43.70     	
43.70     	
43 70     	
43.70     	
43.70     	
43 70     	
43.70     	
62.50     	
f.2.50     	
52 :.o    	
52.r,o    	
C2.40    	
r,2.4o    	
69.40    	
62.40     	
F.2 40      	
r.2.io   	
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32 Rl      	
32.51     	
32 Rl      	
32 Rl      	
65.13    	
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55.99     	
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66.61    	
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32.81      	
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66.62     	
86 41     	
81.43     	
49.43      	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
66.43     	
26.00 ......
39.43     	
,'62.00     	
'13.43     	
66.43     	
67.33     	
67.33     	
48.74     	
48.74     	
48.74 ......
48.74     	
48.74     	
48.74     	
48.74     	
4874     	
48.74     	
4874     	
48.80     	
48.80     	
48.74     	
4874     	
4874     	
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4874     	
4874     	
48.74     	
48,74     	
43.74     	
48.74     	
82 80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.89     	
39.80     	
89.86     	
89.86     	
39.86    	
39.86     	
39.80      .
2989     	
39.76     	
31.76     	
39.76     	
39.76     	
69.60     	
69.66 .....
89.76     	
39.70     	
39.76     	
39.70     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.R0     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80 ....
39.80     	
39.80 ....
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39.80     	
39,80     	
30.80     	
39.80     	
39.70     	
39.70    	
30
Years
Annuel
paym't
$30.09
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
S.07
8.07
6.07
5.96
6.90
2.44
6.64
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.07
8.(17
8,07
S.07
8.07
5 33
0.33
6.33
5.23
5.33
6.33
6.33
6 33
r,.:-,3
6.3:1
5.33
5.33
6.33
5.33
6.3 3
5.33
120.0(1
0.48
6.4S
0.48
0.48
6.18
6.48
6.48
6.48
0.4S
C.4S
t. IS
6.4S
6.48
0 12
fi.4S
6.48
0.4 S
6.4S
6.49
0.48
0.4S
6.48
0 4S
6.4S
0.48
6.48
6.48
42.57
7.10
7.1n
7 10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.1n
7.H'
7.10
7 10
6.63
8.53
8.53
8.53
R.r.i
8.61
8.51
8.51
8.51
8 ;. I
1 1
:..ri3
6.39
5 3 3
5.33
10,66
10 fi''.
10.66
10.66
10.61
6.33
5.33
10. fifi
in.or,
in 68
10.66
10 00
in,Oil
10.66
10.66
10 fir,
10 on
6.33
5.33
10 00
in. 00
10 60
10.60
10.00
in.fifi
10.08
10 60
10.66
10 00
10.on
10, fifi
10.03
13.23
8 03
10.03
10.03
10.03
10.63
10.03
10.63
10.03
10.63
4.22
,   6.40
8 45
2.18
10.03
10.94
10.94
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.92
7.93
7 93
7.92
7.92
7.9!
7.92
7.92
7 9!
7.92
7.9!
7.9!
7.92
5.33
6.46
6.46
6 46
6 46
6 46
6.46
6 46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6 46
6.45
6.45
6.45
9.68
9.68
6.45
6.45
6,46
6.45
6.46
6.46
6 46
6 46
6.48
0*10
ll 40
e, 40
6.40
6.46
II 10
0.4 0
6.40
6.46
6.46
fi.40
6.46
6.46
0.46
6.46
6.40
6.40
64 5
6.45
Blk.
Nuine of   Owner.        I'.,   luliill'll.        Killnll 11.
46
47&B  10'  of  46
48  Npt.
James, Bdward
llllllk.r, John  H.
Ililllk.r   Jnliii  II.
Target, Geo.  10.
Target. Oeo.  K.
Thompson, John
Rots. Jolui
Murray,  lierbet
Target, Cm.  K.
Target, Geo,  E.
lUirkitl,   John
liurkitl,  Jnbn
Altchlson.  Hugh
Altohlson,  Hugh
Sharp,  llurrv  E.
iv.ii-wa. BUnora
Iti". Jain- Ann
Vayson, J, tr.
Ti*Hky,  James
Gods. 11. Richard & Susan
Gods. n. Kit'iinni & Busan
Tli'inipnon, Jolui
Carlton, J. W,
Vasseur, Martin A Adele
Vnsstui*.   Mtirlln  &   Allele
Tyn.-r, John  H.
MeKw.-n,   James
MoBwen, Agni-s
Moor,',   Uno.   II.
I loin.   16 r.   Ijoun  I'o.
110111.   l'ir,   1,01111  Co,
linker,   Annie
llassanl, Junes
Haggard, June*!
iioni. l'er. Loan Co.
lteiinlf,   Mary   S.
Pollard,  Mary
Pollard:  Mnrv
w.iis,  Mabel  M.  (Est.)
Cawkcr, Bamuel Jr.
Pi Hard,   Harry  Jr.
Pollnrd, llarrv Jr
1 ladalei Joseph  (Est.)
Otlrom, i'.-iii-eti��
MoCallum,  c   W.
McCallum, c w
* 'nn, ron, ('bus. c.
Montgomery, Barah
1 loncaster, J. All
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, 11
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, u.
Buchanan, G,
Buchanan, G.
Bteln, Clan noe A
Hllilr.   James   c
Hogg, Archibald
irmack,  Ann
S.III.
II
c
N.pt.
S.pt.
N.pt.
S.pt
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60
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e. n iiurr s.
E. * Huff, S.
e. & iiurr s.
E.  &  Huff,  S.
1:. * iiurr. h.
e. & iiurr, h.
Ritchie, Wm
Blair, Jas. C.
Buchnnan, G.
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, G.
Buchanan, G,
Buchanan, G.
Buchnnan, (!.
McC .ml.. Wm
11.
E. & Huff. S.
E. & Huff, S.
e. * iiurr, s.
ic. & Huff. s.
E. & Huff. H.
E   & Huff, S.
J
McComb, WirL J.
McComb, Wm. J.
Buchanan, c. E. & Hutt, H.
Buchanan, O. E. ti Huff. s.
Buchanan, n )���:, & iiurr. s.
Buchanan, G, E. ;.- Huff, B.
Buchanan, 11. E. n Huff. s.
Hm hanna. G   E. ��  Huff. S.
Buchanan, o. !���:. n Huff, s.
Buchanan, il. E. & Huff, S.
Thomas, Marianne
Thomaa Marianne
I.'.i-.Pt. Fred. .1.
I. :ivi*i. Fred. J.
Buchanan, G. E. & Huff, H.
Cairns,  s.  J.
Ellgh, Catherine
Alexander,  David
vVnll.   M.   W.  & Co.
'.Vail. M. W. & Co.
Chapman, Robt,
��� '*.:������.111 ill.   Robt
Worthlngton, M.
Worttflngtoh, M.
McComb, Wm. .1.
McKay, Wm M.
la-men, Peter M.
Irwin, Joseph
Irwin, Joseph
Irwin.  Atfln s
���Blnlr,  Jas   C.
Blair, Jas  C.
Ward, .1   A. ti KllJabrth
Ward. .1. A, & Elliabcth
Blair, Jas. C.
Blair, .Ins   i'.
'���iiastv   Eveline  M.
('hasty,   Evellnn   M.
Cheale s.
Ramey, Gertrude M
i: . Iianan. 11   IS * Huff, S.
Bowi 11.   Enilly   I..
11 la-ell, Emits 1..
Bowell,   Emily   I..
Bowll, Emily I,.
M.ilh. sin.  Jnnle
Creedo, Rooco
Blair. Jas. c,
Powers, l-'n.i.
Bowell, Samuel
Bowi II. Samuel
I Blair, Jas. c,
1-wln. Agnes
fames, Mary A, * Kdward
lames, Mary A. & Edward
Williams,   Arthur (1.
Burgess.   Mary  M.
Stein, Kate M.
Clarke,   Amr'lln K.
Rmlth,  Eustace * Bristol. C
1 ..-it ek.  Ewln K.
Buchanan, Q. E. * Huff. K.
Buchanan, 0. E. * Huff. s.
Buchanan, G. E. A Huff, s.
Boulton,  IP.!����� Violet
Boulton,  hope Violet
'.ii'iner. Mary
Crook, Charles
1'rook.  Churl, s
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
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25
26
27
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
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40
41
42
43
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47
48
49
50
61
62
63
64
55
56
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60
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74
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77
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80
81
82
88
84
85
86
87
88
69
90
Keel Front     Hal.-.
per ft.
front.
cans.
39.70 10.348
49.70 	
49.00 	
59.6(1 	
211.71) 	
39.70 	
311.70 	
Sll."" 	
39,80 	
;,9.80 	
39.80 	
39.80 	
311.80 	
39,80 	
39.80 	
39.80 	
39.80 	
II9.S0 	
39.80 	
63.211 	
63.20 	
32.80 	
79 00 	
79>,0 	
33.50     	
10.20     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
24.85 ......
21.83 ......
24.8.'. ......
24.85 ......
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
49.70     	
48.00       	
51.40     	
49.70     	
32.81
32.81
8S.I1     	
32.51      	
32.81
32.81      	
32.81     	
32.SI     	
32.81     	
22.SI      	
82.81     	
32.81      	
32 SI     	
32.81     	
82.81     	
32.81        	
32.SI        	
32.SI ......
22.SI ......
32.81
34.50     	
34.40     	
34.40     	
33 05     	
33.05     	
33 06    	
83 05 ���	
33 05      	
:::: 05    	
33nr,    	
83.06    	
34.30     	
34.40     	
34.40     	
34.50     	
31.10      	
31.40     	
33.05     	
33.0",     	
23.05     	
33.05     	
23.05     	
38.05     	
33.05     	
33.05     	
34.50     	
84 to     	
24.40     	
34.SO     	
24.SO     	
34.SO     	
33.00 .....
33.00
33.00     	
33.00     	
33.110 .   ...
33.00
33.IH) .   ...
33.00 .....
3t so ..     .
34 SO . .     .
34 SO ..'   .
34 80      	
34 S.I     	
34.SO     	
33.00     	
33.00 .....
33.00     	
33.00     	
33.00     	
33 00     	
33.00     	
33.00     	
34.80     	
34.80     	
34.SO     	
36 40     	
36.20     	
36,20      	
33.00     	
3.1.00      	
33.00      	
33.00      	
33 00      	
33.00      	
3 3 HO      	
33.00      	
36 40      	
36.20      	
36 20      	
30
Yiars
Annual
piiytu't.
11.46
S.07
8.06
9.68
6.45
6.45
6.45
0.45
0.46
6.46
6.46
6 46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
6.46
10.26
10.26
6.33
12.93
12.93
6.44
2.03
8.07
8.07
4.04
4.04
4.04
4.04
R 07
8.07
8.07
8.07
S.07
8.07
8.07
S.07
8.07
8.67
8.07
8,07
7.R0
1.86
8.07
ft. 3 3
5.33
6.33
6.33
6,33
6.33
5.33
5.33
6.33
5.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
6.33
5.33
5.33
5.83
5.00
5.59
5.59
6.37
6.37
5.37
5.37
5.37
3.37
5.37
5.60
6.00
6.60
6.60
5.37
Total
5.37
6.37
6.37
6.37
6*81
5.37
5 CO
r.:.-.9
5.59
5.05
5.65
5 05
5.30
5.36
5.36
5.30
6.36
5.36
5.36
5.36
5.6 5
5.0 5
5.03
5.63
.. 6.65
.. >    5 65
5.36
5.36
5.36
5.36
5.36
5.36
5.36
6.36
5.65
5.65
5.63
5.91
6.S8
5.88
5.36
5.56
5.36
5.36
5.36
6.36
5.36
5.36
6.91
5.88
5.S8
82602.39
Lot,
Nam* of Owner.      Ro-subdl
n.    Bobdl'n.
Kirk.  Louisa
4                    	
Methodist Church
5
Kloll.   William
6                    "..
Terhune, Btlsa J.
Methodist Church
8                    " ..
McGregor, Eliza
9
itiiinii-. Clarice
10
Rennle, Clarice
11
Harry.  11. J.
12
Jameaon. Uoss p.
13
Stolt, William
14                    	
Stott William
15                    	
Coulson, George
16                    	
K.iK.-rs. Georgia EC
17E1-2        	
Hlsnop. Utile
17W1-2        	
\\ olmsl-ay, Jamet C.
18                    	
\\ almtley, Jamet C.
19
xeomant, l.ouvinia
(20,   E.lOft.)
Stavet, Jane
20,  Bice	
Etoyal  Col.   Hosp.
Royal  Col.   Hosp.
SK.I-2
It. C. Airhli. of Van.
6K1-8
Hav,   Isah.lla
21     1                   12
Elchlnko,   Elizabeth  J.
22     ..
Elchlnko, Elizabeth J.
23
Kirk. Louisa
24
Olten, Oln  N.
11                6 ete.
Jaffrav, John A.
Roberts, Baniomln
3
Roberta Benjamin
4
llousklll, Emily K.
5
Barker, Henry
6
UnrkiT,   Henry
7
llarker,  Henry
8
Acadia Trust Co.
9
Acadia Trust Co.
10                            	
Barker, H.nry
11
.smith. Annie E.
12                             	
Morrow. A. T.
13                                	
Ilnlaney Catherine
14                             	
McLi an, Mafgt II.
15                               	
W iiiln'r & Porl Mann See's.
16
li-i-pi>orl.n,   Julius  A.
17
Miller, AHnlc J.
18
IV. p.inrt.n,   Julius    A.
19
Body w. a.. Ramey, e. n,
20
Dalton, Willie
21
Hall..11.   Willie
22
HUttOn,   Alien
-23
Hut lon.   Alice
24              ::..
White.  Louis A.           25426W1-2
Munday,   Thos.              25&20E1-2
Major.  Chas. O,
1 2
Wray,  William
2
Wray.   Wllllnin
3
Major.   Chas.   (J.
4
Atkinson, John T.
5
Burgett, Joseph
6
Elish,  Jneoh
7
Ellgh,   Jaeoh
8
Smith. Annie E.
9
Custance, James T.
10
Ilankey, il. Alers
11                             	
Major, ('has   (i.
12  1                         	
McGill, q��� Craig, T. R.
13
Me Ull, Q.. Craig, T. It
14                             	
Shaw.  (leo.   M.  fit   EllS.
15
Shaw. (Jeo. M. & Ellz.
16                             	
Anderson, Andrew
17                             	
0 Donnoll, F. W. & P. F.
18
Leake,  Joe
19                             	
Oliver,   John
20
Dorgan, Maud M. & Curtis, Vi
'. C. 21
Smilh.  Ray  H.
"2
Peart, Mary Ann
23
Kolfske, Albert A
24
Kolfske, Albert A
25                             	
1 Mabbutt Fred 11.
26                             	
Peacock,  William
27
1'ea. k.  William
28
Doyle, Wm. A.
13                      	
lloyle, Wm.  A.
���>
noyle, Wm. A.
3                            	
Dovle.  Wm.  A.
4                             ...
lloyle, Wm.  A.
5                             	
Doyle, Wm. A.
6
Doyle, Wm. A.
7                             	
Dovle, Wm.  A.
s
Doyle,  Wrn.  A.
9                             	
Doyle, Wm. A.
10
Gllftlths,  Wrn.
11
Doyle, \vm, a.
12
Doyle, Wm. A.
13
Sprott. Mary
14
Teepoorten, J. A.
15
Collins,  A.M & Miller, W.C.
10
Shields.   William
17
Fleger, J. A.
IS
Dovle, Wm. A
19
Doyle,   Wm.   A.
20
Dovle,  Wm.
21
Milne.  W.   A.
22
Milne. W. A.
23
24
Doyle, Win. A.
Doyle.  Wm.  A
25
Dovle. Wm. A.
26
Cily  of  N.   Wniin'r             1
-4    ine    4                  6  el
W'min'r &  Porl  M'n Secur's.  Lt.  5
Kirk. Malcolm & A.
0
I'M.  E,  K. & C. A.
7
Plerton.  Alexis N.
8
Doyle, Wm   A.
9
Dovle,  Wm.  A.
10
Doyle. Wm. A.
11
Doyle.   Wm.  A.
12
Mand Stngh&J Lands   Flnu
i!3
Mand siiurli&J. Landa Slnirii    14
Wright w.                15*it
8.1-2
IDunlOP,   Jane               15&16 N.l-2
WrlKht.   William
17
Hardy,  Ernest
IS
Doyle. Wm. A.
19
1 Main.   John
20
1 Burdlck,  Carrie
21
j Wniiirril'ort  M'n fee. Ld
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Wmln'rftPort M'n Sre. Ia!
24
Cily  of  N.   Wmln-r      25-2
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1 Brunette Saw  Mill Co.
3   H.pt.
Int..   Up.  of  Westminster
3   N.pt.
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Arrnslri.ni-.   J.   IC.
. .     23.4N.pt.
Armstrong, J. K.
24
Notice in hereby given tlmt the Oorrorntinn of the city of Now Westminster in-
tenda to pkhh a Local Improvement Asj��Bnm<*nt By-law ussesMlnK ili��" property in the
schedule ahove mentluned the suniB of money annually for thirty years set oppoHlte
each lot, and a Court of Kevlnion for the trial of COtiiplalntS and appealH HK'ilnst the
nHarHHmrnt ho proposed to he mnde will be held on Tuesday, thp 29th day of April,
1913, rommencliiK Jit 10 oYlock In the forenoon at the Couneil Chamber In the City
Hall. New Westminster, liritish Columbia, ami any notice of appeal from such Intended aHHeRHinent mu��t be served npotl the Clerk uf the Municipal Council at least
eight dftys prior to such Court of Revision.
W.   A.  nCNCAN.
City  Clerk.
I>at��'d this 1st day of April, 1913. (!��32>
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "A" for Mains and Connections.
Schedule showing the real property Immediately btnefitt
which the assessment Is made on imt foot Homage. KrontaKi
taken on arte over basin of 132 feet depth:
Nainri of Owner.      Hi- sntnll'n.
Hnnkey.  11.   Alers
It
Methodist Chunk
1
liriitntnnnil,  Mnry  A.
9
ECthnctll, Kiiknnln
t
Ijiwrenee.  Kniella
4
Jitter,  Arthur It
ti   Wp��.
loulson, Q-eorgQ
6  K.pl.
,'oulnon, GetirKe
��
JOUttt, Annie
1
Mcllnry,  John T.
t
Wood.  Kllzn  M.
*
Hutehlnson. Barah J.
lt
NelBon.  Nels
1*2
11
Ni-lson. Nets
S
Kelson, Nels
4
Selsnn.  Nels
6
S'elBon. Nels
t
Nelson,  Nels
1
Nelson.  Nels
*
Nelson.   Nels
9
Nelson.  Nels
15
NelHOli. NelR
IS
Nelson.   Nels
14
Moore, Arthur O.
1
MeLeod, W. R
1!
Mel,end,   W,  P..
a
i''nlk. Andrew
4
ilnrreit.  Alextiniler
r.
Melton, Nels
7
Melton,  Nels
8
N�� Ison.  Nels
9
Nelson.  Nell
10
Nelson, Nels
11
Nelson.   Nels
12    '
Nelson.  Nels
13
Nelson. Ni'lH
14
Ward, Auries 0.
15
Ward. Agnes 0.
16
Brymner, Qeo, li.
1
17W.pt
llai-rell,  Alexander
1
��*17K.pt
l-'alkner. Chat. 10.
2
Crli'hton. Wllmn
*\
Player, Annie '���������( *
4
House, Will, fit  lOiiim.i J.
18
Williams. I^'wls
1
Ash, Bamuel 0*6.
Z
Kirk. !."i;i.*..i
3
lilt.
������serve
1. ..
*<i ami the proportion  in
��� of Irregular subdivisions
30
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I��t ft. An-
front. mini
OOntt,    pnym't.
94 01 Hi.243 ��10.27
MM   9.73
60,00   K.l|
60.00   K 12
60.00   HI
25.00   4.01
25.00   4.-0*6
50.00   | It
60.SO   S.12
60.00   fi. 12
60.00   8.12
60.00 ...... 812
67.55   9.3:,
61.00   8.2S
6100   S.28
61.00   8.28
61.00   8.28
37.10   6.03
51.61 8.38
SS.17   6.71
49 60 ...... 8.04
49.50 ...... 8.04
111.20   IS.06
76U       ..... 12.36
64.07       10.41
60.05   8.13
06.00 ..     .. 10 72
60.00 ..''.. 10 7"
68.64         , ,., ;i r,"
K19   5.8S
00.00  10 72
66.00   1HJ2
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.       66.00 ...A. 10.72
50.00  I. 8 12
60.00   S.12
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60.00   i|74
84.64       1375
33.00       r. 36
66.00       10 72
66.00       10 72
66.00       10.7J
S2.60       13.40
66.00       10.72
66.00       10.72
66.00       10.72
DeBeok, Clarence H.
iv K,ck. Clarenoe H.
Dynes, Margaret
Dynes, Margaret
Pad more,   Fred  W.
Tom Ling 4 Others
Walthar. John
Jackson, John I.
Pulton.   John
Ankers.   Martha
Cameron.   Joseph
Cameron,   Joseph
Cameron,  Joseph
Cameron.  Joseph
Cameron, Joseph
Kennedy. Mary A.
Kennedy. Jas. B.
Ashton. John J.
Ashton.  John J.
lohnston.  Kdward
Johnston, Kdward
Welsh, Chas. A.
Munday. J. A.
Knox pres. Church
Knox  Pres. Church
l.nlnn.   Jennie
Munday, James A.
Oeorge, James K.
Moirls.   Levi
Warnock.  "-Barbara Ann
Warnock, Jus. Polloff
Oeorge, J. K.AWrlghttTian,
Malcolm. W. J.
Malcolm, W. J.
Cameron. W. A.
McOIII. Quintan
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30
Years
Annual
paym't.
��10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
5.311
6.30
10.72
10.72
2.60
8.12
26S.33
124.16
134.16
6.56
6.74
3.89
6.62
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.31
7.81
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
9.18
9.18
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.37
7.37
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
29.37
.    7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.37
9.13
9.18
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
29.37
37.20
17.06
I.M
UHP1
NEWS
CATHEDttAL OF THB HOLY
TRINITY���Rev. Canon 0. C. d'Easum.
At.A., rector; Rev, Ueorge A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Matins, Holy Communion and sermon; 2.30 p.m., Sunday
school; 7 p.m., Evensong and sermon.
QUEENS AVENUE METHODIST
CHURCH���Pastor, W. W. Abbott, B.D.
The pastor will preach at both services. Young people'B meeting Monday at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST
CHURCH���Rev. W. S. A. Crux, pastor.
The church Ib near the corner of
Twelfth street. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.; Sunday school at 2:3o
p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at
8 p. in.
ST. STEPHENS PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, Corner Fourth avenue and
Seventh street.���Services 11 a.m. and
7 p. m. Evening subject "Jesus and
the State." Sunday school and Bible
class 2.30 p. m. M. Gordon Melvln,
B. A., minister.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. HenderBon, paBtor. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
Bchool and pastor's Bible clasB 2:30.
KNOX PHESIIYTF.RIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Bible class 1:30 p.m.; Sabbath
school 2:30 p.m.; Young People's
Guild Monday H o'clock; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.30 p. in.
OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev.
A. S. Lewis, pastor. Public worship,
with Bermona, 11 a. m. and 1 p. in.
Mcming subject "Christ In You."
Kvening subject. "Religious Shipwrecks." Sunday school 2.30 p. m.
Baracca class tor young men, same
hour. Our object, "To Make Younrr
Men Bigger, Busier, Better." A kindly  welcome to all.
YOUWUl nWiWi
Dreamt of Commanding Pirate Ships
Replaced  by  Those of  Driving
Fast   Autos.
i "6   1Le
J in aln
I mount:
I :���> atts
Total 15315.94
10.72
8.49
8.40
8.40
32.25
8.12
8.12
8.14
8.14
19.72
8.30
9.30
7.21
7.19
7.19
10.72
10.72
10.72
19.72
10.72
16.72
10.72
10.7!
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
26.87
26.87
8.04
8.04
8.04
8.04
8.04
8.04
63.46
$2490.87
Notice Is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Uieal Improvement Assessment Fly-law assessing th e property In the
schedule above mentioned the sums or money annually for thirty years set opponlte
each lot. and a Court of Uevisli.n for the trial of complaints and appeals ngalnst the
nttcttment so propottd to lie made Will bt hi-ld OXX Tuesday, tht 29th day Of April. 1913.
comrnenolng nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon at the Council Chamber In the City Hall.
New Wettmintter, liritish Columbia, and any BOtlOt of appeal from such Intended assessment must be terved upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at least eight days
prior te such Court of H.-vlslon.
W   A.
Dated this 1st day of April. 1913.
(930)
DUNCAN.
City Clerk
PRffERRED DEATH 10
SELLING TREASURES
In    France
Maker   of   Magterpiecet
Spent Twenty-four Yeara on
One Work of Art.
l'ifris, April 4.���All Paris Ib hastening to lvry, a Btiburb, to see the works
of art led by an old man named
Fralasard. He died In great poverty,
but thia, perhaps, is not wonderful
when it ia added that he would never
part with any of his works, no matter
what price was offered to hira,
For 50 years he executed the most
beautiful works of art, moBtly In mosaics. Every piece of work he did was
a masterpiece, and two rooms In
which he lived contain a wonderful
collection ot beautiful objectB.
One is a black marble table with a
cIr-sbI >ard tn onyx and some cups,
glaBBes and bottles. So delicate Is
the workmanship that the aancerB are
transparent. Eight yeara were occupied ln the fashioning of this piece
of work.
M. Fralssard's masterpiece took him
.4 years. It is a black marble table.
In the middle Is a chessboard, on
cither side of which are playing cards
arranged as fans. On the table are
lominoes and dice, cigarB and cigarettes, niyl several coins In gold and
silver. All these are, of course, Inlaid.
The materials in the.table, besides
the black marble, are agate, onyx, porphyry, malachlto and lapis lazuli, the
tones of which are black, red, orange,
blue and wtilte. Ninety different kinds
i of tpafble were also used.
In the old man's lodging there   are
dozena of mosaics, opal supB, chandeliers, and inkstands, Inlaid In all sorts T
of stones.
Detroit, April 4���The small boy cf
Detroit no longer hopes to grow up tx
bandit bold or a buccaneer. His alms
are centred on a calling which offers
every thrill there ever was in the old-
time ideas, with a glorious lot of added attractions of the most up-todate
sport.
In juvenile esteem, "Speed" Schmidt, the Studebaker tester, lives a
life compared to which the careers of
Deadwood Dick and the Red Rover of
the Spanish Main Beem dull, dreary
and antiquated Indeed.
Before the broad gate of the Studebaker plant 1. Detroit's small boydom
gathers dally and lingers long, watching its heroes as tbey dash In and out
almost continuous procession,   dieting from one car, pausing anly
. ...,2c!i in initialed O. K. and taking
| the wheel of another to whirl out again
17.27    Jon the course.
Nor is the small boy alone in his
I admiration; almost always the gathering about thegate includes a score
I of whom would gladly give a large
| share of hia possession ��� to replace
one of the testing crew.
Out on the twenty-mile m.mgle of
rough, sandy Michigan road mul hill
are hundreds of other pairs of anxicus
eyes that watch "Speed" Schmidt
and his comrades as they whistle past.
Even in the still watches of the night,
when the rest of the world Is Bound
asleep, many a little Detroit boy
wakes to creep to his window and
watch for the coming of a pair of
headlights which float noiselessly by.
And the little boy sighs ln envy,
climbs back into bed and resigns himself to the land of dreams, where he,
too, becomes a tester and riding alone
pilots his Studebaker "35" around the
quiet course, into the blazing trail
which his electric lights carve out of
the gloom.
The automobile industry knows no
more romantic figure than that of the
tester. In many ways this novel development of modern manufacturing
recalls the golden days of the cowboy
monarch of the upfenced range. Ilia
work carries hlin abroad in all
weather.
Hla mount and himself make up a
world of their own and their work
must be done in daylight and dark;
through summer night and winter
blizzard. Young, happy, carefree, efficient, he bears an independent mien
and touts an electric warning to peasant plutacrat with fine Impartiality.
The drudgery of manufacturing de-
tali lies behind the tester; he has qualified as an expert In all Its departments. Hit present duty la that of an
artist who gives to each completed
car the master touch ot adjustment
which putt the various units Into perfect, rythmical, accord; ready for th*
future owner who, may be waiting li��
Bangor, or llankok; In Lot Angeles or
London.
He draws good pay and doesn't
worry, for are not all manner of placea
In manufacturing and sales already
filled In the Studebaker organization
by men who have come from the "test
barn?"
Andrew Thompson Fotheringham, a
pioneer and founder of the old St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Merrlt-
ton, which was afterwards destroyed
by the cyclone which brought death
and destruction to that town 14 year*
ago, Is dead.
The action lu which Pastor Charles
Russell, of the   Brooklyn   Taber^
nacle, charges Rev. J. J. Ross, cf tho
.lames Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, with having published a1 Blander
James Foley, a catch-boy, of Olas-joua pamphlet about him, was resumed
gow, met with a fatal accident In the i this week.   On the stand Russell ad-
shlpbulldlng yard of Messrs. William mitted he had never been ordained; j
Beardmore and Oa., Dalmulr. aleo that hla wlfo had left him. f PAOB EIGHT
'l.ri.|h
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS,    '��� ^
SATURDAY, APRIL 5,  1913.
"PAY
CASH   IT
YOU"
WILL   PAY
OurPhoneisNo.
2
And it is in
awfully good
working   order.
SPECIALS
AT LAST!
We bave been trying to make
a good buy in apples, something
rcvhI. and yet low pricod. We
have llK-ni now. Ganos, Blk.
T��i����. Missouri Pippini, etc.,
ind tbo prices are $1.50.
Vou are getting something
tw-Tullv good.
Strawberries ��� lively, fresh
���Trait tnd they are cheap considering the time of tho year, per
box. 25c
New Potatoes���First of th*
season's crop. Try some for
Sunday dinner. 2 Ibt. 2$c.
New Asparagus, ln -mi* pound
bundles. 2 for IS-c.
Very choice article.
"Our S**ts*T Tea. tSe t��v��
with a spec-iiii !U��..v p*r ;>. 50c.
"Our Special' CMM M f'-*-
\or liugers; treuh fNM per
lb. 40c.
Ayrshire Bacon. VMdttf aad
flavor, lb. 25c.
DELICATESSEN
Wiltshire Bacon, risfct from
old Bristol. England, lb   40c.
Tomato Sausage, excellent,
lb. 25c.
New  Headcheese,  bowl,   15c.
New  Stilton  Cheese, lb. 50c.
New Roquefort Cheese, lb. 50c.
New Soft Kdom Cheese ib. 35c.
New Dutch Gouda Cheese,
lb.  40c.
New Oregon Cream Cheese,
per lb. 40c.
THE
Public Supply Stores
U L. ADAMS       S. K. BfUGGS
PHONE 2.
Are you working hard ao that
some one will not have to struggle aa you have?
Then while well and strong
you should give careful thought
to the manner In which your estate wlll be disposed of after
you are gone.
Neglect to make a Will means
that   the   public   administrator
��� 111 do the best he can, but the
law deea uot allow hlm to ute
discretion.    He must at quickly
as possibly dispose of your   estate and divide the  residue ag
according to law.
Me cannot _gven ..try to continue to build up the Ut��te as
thia company may if appointed
executor and trustee under
Will.
There may be some friends or
relatives whom you would like
to receive a larger share than
others, but the administrator
knows nothing of that. Making
provision for- one's estate after
he has gone is one of the moBt
important things lu life. You
will'"'do well to consider the
matter jparefully anil you wlll
find us ready to help you In
many ways"-wllhoul any cost to
you.
Would it nut be well to call at
our office today, meet some of
the Directors or Officers and
discuss the matter. Wn rwoK
ui/e the taoredneaa of a trust
and will consider anything you
have tn say as uuite coufideu
tial.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
Uev. F. W. Auvache of Hammond,
wuh in the city yesterday.
Head our ad. on  page four.
Edmoudson & Co.
C. N.
(990)
Mr. Peter C.reer, proprietor of the
hotel at White llock, was ln tho city
yesterday.
P. 11. 1'oarBe. piano tuning; order
at Todd's or Major's  music  home.
(979)
The regular weekly meeting of the
council will be held ou Monday afternoon at 4 p.m., Instead of at 8 p.m.,
the usual hour.
Don'l forget lhe Dean Supper at the
Queens Avenue Methodist church on
Saturdav evening from 5.30 to 8 p. m
(1011)
Just arrlviM. a shipment of lacrosse
sticks. Geo. R. Speck. 6:6 Columbia
ittwt- (995)
Yesterday was a half-monthly pay
d*y at the city hall, some J14.7t7.45
tn salaries being handed out to the
various officials and workmen, on the
city's payroll.
C N. Kdmondson A Co. are offering for the next two weeks great bar
gains in furniture, furnishings, hardware and linoleums. (9901
The executive of the Burnaby
tiraneh of the Victorian Order of
Nurses met in the Hurnaby municipal hall yesterday to discuss various
matters in connection with the order
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 231. (968)
The Burnaby council will entertain
the members of the New Westminster
council at a luncheon in the Russell
hotel on Monday at 12.30 o'clock. After the function inter-munlcipal affairs
will be discussed.
W. Day, electrician, agent for Hot
Point Irons; fixtures and wiring of
all kinds. Phone 1289, 28 Sixth street
opposite Poetofflne. (977)
General matters affecting the district and the B. C. E. R. franchise
question were discussed at a meeting of the Ward One Ratepayers' Association (Burnaby) In Johnston'B hall
Buller avenue. Highland Park, last
night.
Rushton's orchestra will be In attendance at St. Patrick's hall on Tuesday evening where a dance will be
held. Mr. S. Davles has been appointed M. C. Admission 75 cents.
Ladies free. (1018)
Theosophical Society. Public meeting. Conservative Club Rooms, Sunday. 7.30 p. m. Subject, "The Coming of a World Teacher." (1009)
The British Canadian Lumber Company have, ordered a new tug which
will be built at lhe Vancouver shipyards and wlll be the first tug ever
used   on   the   coast   equipped   with   a
The secretary, Mr. Wallace Lane, will
Rresenti.a report on the work accomplished during the past term. All
who are Interested are cordially invlt
ed to attend the gathering.
Personal and
Social Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall English left
on Suuday morning for Port Atkinson.
t   t   t
Mrs. P. 0, MacDonald wlll not be
at home again until the first Friday
in May.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. H. Nevile Smith haB iBHued
cards for an At Home on Weduesday,
April 9.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. W. S. Swan spent a few days
nf this week wtth Mrs. Swan at Lake
BuiiUen.
tee
Mrs. Gwyn entertained a number of
her friends at the tea hour on Thursday afternoon.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. C. E. Doherty entertained at
the tea hour yeBterday afternoon In
honor of Mrs. Schofleld of Victoria.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Yuengllng Is expected home on
Tuesday from Los Angeles, where she
has been spending the winter months.
.    .    ���
Mrs. S. B. Martin asked a few
friends in for tea on Wednesday afternoon to meet Mrs. Schofield of Victoria.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. J. A. Motherwell left for Portland on Monday where she will be the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Haak, for a
couple of weeks.
��� ���   ���
The many friends of Mrs. F. J.
Armstrong will be glad to hear that
she Is doing nicely and expectB to
be able to leave the hospital at the
end of another week.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. R. H. Cheyne and Mrs. McNamara will receive In their new homes
4?5 and 435 Third street on Tuesday,
the 8th and hereafter every second
Tuesday of the month.
...
Mrs. Ireland of Winnipeg was the
guest of Mrs. J. Brydges on Tuesday
afternoon. Mrs. Ireland has, with her
sister, Mrs. Charles Mcintosh, been
spending the winter in Victoria and
Ib now on her way home.
Gllllcmorelullu.
Visions of the Zulu uprising and the
thrilling sceneB of half naked savages
armed with assegais, etc., crept into
thu police court yesterday morning
when Mondongo Gilliemorelullu appeared in the dock to answer to a
charge of drunkenness.
It took Magistrate Edmonds several
moments to come to after the Zulu
had pronounced hts name, but Mondongo was equal to the occasion and
without a flicker of a smile spelt his
name ln excellent English.
He denied the Imputation of Constable Bruce that he was drunk but he
will have to explain this again In court
this morning, an adjournment being
made by the beak.
During the brief hearing Mondongo
explained that his firBt name related
to a feat of one of hU grand parents
in killing a snake, the slaying of a lion
which Jumped the kraal and stole a
baby, being responsible for the infliction of Gilliemorelullu upon the dark
skinned individual.
Three Interpreters.
Found guilty of a charge of attempting to corrupt witnesses in a recent
holdup case John Joseph, was sentenced to a year's imprisonment by
Judge Howay In county court yesterday. Three Interpreters were necessary owing to the different nationalities brought Into the case as witnesses
for both the crown and defendant.
Splendid Concert
By Barnardo's Beys
(Continued from page onr)
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
See Our Advt on page 3
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE.
674-678 Columbia Street New Westminster
OBITUARY.
BELCHIM���Elizabeth Belchlm, of
Burqultlam, wife of William Belchlm.
passed away at the Royal Columbian
hospital on Thursday evening after
a breif illnes from pneumonia. Deceased was !i4 years of age. The body
is at the parlors of S. Bowell. undertaker; but the funeral arangements
have not yet been eompleted.
Mrs. Belcliim'a death, Ib mourned
by her husband and one boii, both of
whom are at present In Kamloops.
expressed his grent interest in the
general operations of the institution
which he said he had watched and
approved for some years.
He referred to tlie high regard In
which the late King Edward held Br
Barnardo and his work, and was specially pleased to hear that iiii per cent
of the boys anil girls sent to the Dominion were doing well. When Informed by Mr. Mayers of the scheme
for building the "Canada Hall" ln the
new Barnardo Boys' Garden City,
Woodward. England, His Royal High
nesB expressed his thorough sympa
thy and approval and his best wishes
for Its success
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG
Buying Westminster property, whether for a home or speculation. Announcements of the early improvement of the streets will send prices up in the
West End, where many people are arranging to build during the coming summer.
See our list of building lots, and improved property.
We can deliver two lots on Connaught Hill, near the car line, for $750 both,
on very easy terms, quarter cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months.
Two choice lots overlooking the Delta and Fraser river, close to tram station at Connaught Hill, $1000 both, quarter cash, balance on easy payments.
Six roomed house on a fifty foot lot on River Drive, $2300; $500 cash and
the balance as rent.
Two modern 4-room houses near Queen's Park, $2400 and $2600 respectively, on your own terms.   Small cash payment down.
White, Shiles & Co.
Westminster Trust Block and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
���
TOM LINO���Tom Ling, a Chinese
hoy aged 18 years, passed away at the
Chinese hospital yesterday morning
from tuberculosis. The funeral took
place yesterday afternoon from Murchie's parlors to the Eighth street
cemetery.
Canadian Pacific In reaching Tacoma,
cut the combined 62 acre tract In two.
The interurban also runs through the
property.
Meeker said he is to get $2000 an
acre, or $62,000 for his land and Peterson Bays he will receive approxlmiate-
ly $79,000 because of accumulated Interest on a foreclosed mortgage held
by him.   He eald that all detallB have
The  Governor-General   was  pleased  been agreed upon, including the price
to hear of the Intended visit of the
Barnardo deputation to the northwest provinces, and spoke very highly of their prospects. He was good
enough to predict success to the enterprise In which Rev W. J. Mayers
and the Barnardo Musical BoyB are
engaged.
C. P. R. AT TACOMA. S
and the only thing lacking is the final
signatures.
Forty years In use, 2* yeart tht
Standard, prescribed and recommended by phyalolatis. For Women't Ailments. Dr. Martel't Female Wilt, at
y-aur drug-gift
tetnl-Deisel engine   which uses crude , ll0mp a, ,, 0.cIo(,k   fo||owi      whlch an.
oil.   The craft will be a powerful one  ottK,r gerv|ce w|��� be he|(] ft, (he ga,
and will be used by the company for  vatj0���s arnlv hal,
*ork in Vancouver and on the Fraser.!	
On Chong Co., merchant tailors.
New arrival of aprlng goods. Ladle*
and Kent lemon's suits at reasonable
prices, 41.1 Columbia streofk Burr
Illock and 24 Mclnnls street.        (969)
Tideflats on   Puyallup  River  Are Reported as Terminal Ground
Tacoma. April 4.���With the consummation of the sale of SI acrea of tide-
lands on the Puyallup river to a Van-
ti,    ...     -���i ����� .1     i���.    ��.    couver   man,   which  the  owner, Jerry
*    r    i,������T"l,:" ��*����*��*��  Meeker, said yesterday  would he. fin-
a. r. Holt, who died on Wednesday 11 .   , **^.        \       ,    ,*l .1, ..... �� ���
evening will take place this afternoon h,,pd th!? "���**���*?* WlthA8 l���1Bf"
from his late residence, 1412 Fifth w�� Jt"? Ud^1", " "S? b,'lo"R',1K J?
nue.     A   service  will   be  held   at  the'(harle8  T'   Person  to   an   unknown
HOLT
PRIZE  WINNERS   FOR   ESSAY
ON  DURBAR  PICTURES
Msnnser   Harry  Tidy  of  the  opera
house  last  night announced  the  win
tiers of the prizes tn the school chil*
In   the  case   of   tho   Young   versus |dren   for  the  six   best  essays on  the
Derby   for  damages  for alleged   false < Durbar pictures.
irresi heard In the county court yes-1 Owing to the fact that their work
terday. .Judge llowny reserved decls-' was of equal merit the rirst and so-
lon. It seems that Young was arrest- \eenti prizes of $r> and ?4 respectively
ed by Derby who waB a police official : w<,rn divided between Alexander S.
it Chilliwack. because the former's i Duncan, son of Cily Clerk Duncan
dog had bilteti hlm. This. Young .and Leonard Postlll, 333 Third street
Considered false arrest and Instituted j giving each $4.,"li.
action, The  other   prize   winners   In   ord��r
I were: Daniel J. Sutherland. 1009
Ying Tai and Co., importer of Chin- \ Cornwall street, $3; Alice MeDougall
nue and Japanese silk dry goods, gro-|:n:i Filth avenue, $1; Lillian Dynes
cedes, provisions, boots and shoos; 41 Columbia street. $1; J. It, Weaver,
and general merchandise, Corner Col-1109 St. Patrick street, $1. If the
umliia and Mclnnls streets. Phone | above mentioned call al Mr. Tidy's
lit.     l.ubor   by   contract   or   by   day. i store on Columbia street oil  Monday.
1971) j they   will   receive  Ihelr  prizes.
purchaser, represented by M. W. Greer
realty men here believe the Canadian
Pacific railway has made its decision
on the location of Its terminals In Tacoma.
The main tracks of the Milwaukee,
which it Is said will lie used by the
AUCTION SALE!
At 638 Clarkson Street
on Saturday Evening at 7:30
including tables, box mattress, dining
chairs, extension table and numerous
kitchen  utensils.
J. S. B. BENZIE
(992)
AUCTIONEER.
Boundary Bay
a  matinee of the Durbar pictures
i will lie given at  the opera liouse llils
afternoon in addition  to the regular
show In the evening.
MOTOR  CO'S  NEW  QUARTERS
The Local Council of Women, being
actuated by p desire to Btimufate interest in a religious movement among
young women In the city and to im-
prove Intellectual, Boclal and physical conditions fnr them by means
.1  au association  fm   young  women, I Frai,P v,ndy M8t0P company Are In
:,      now Inviting all ladles "f the city. corporated���Many Orders.
su interested, to attend a meeting tol T1���. prager valley Motor Company,
be held this afternoon al 3 o'olock in Limited, whieh was reoently Incorpor
the Reformed Episcopal church, Miss ated, expect to move Into their new
Anderson, general secretary of Van- quarters st the corner of Lorne and
couver, will be present to assist. Carnarvon sin its within the next ten
*'"      ' if ihe best equipped
Mapls Beaoh Park, bolng a sub
division of tho historic old Whalen
estate at Point Hoberts, Wash.. Is at
last on the market in 30x100 feet lots
fronting broad straots and wtth perpetual beach privileges. Thla has
been the camp ground for scores of
local people for years. Tha lots are
���soiling fa3t, many people procuring
tho locations they had occupied as
tenants for years. PrlceB $330 and up
wards, easy terms. Stole agents,
CURTIS & DORGAN
703 Columbia Street, City.
Call now and inspect our
complete line of Sprint/
Goods.
J. P. GALVIN
High   Class   Ladies   and   Gentlemen's
TWO STORES.
ic  Lorns  street.  New   Westminster
fiiiB Main Btreet, Vancouver
"GET THE HABIT'
Ladies' Handbags
To Clear at
$2.00 each
Values to $8.50
THE FAIR1
To Contractors and Builders. We
are now prepared to furnish you
with sand, gravel, crushed ruck, cement and lime. Office phono X'iC).
Wharf phone 880. B. C. Transport
Co., Ltd. (878)
Tho Burrard left yesterday for
Union Hay to load a scow of coal for
(lilley Bros. It ts expected she will
return  next  Saturday.
A boy whose name Is unknown was
dragged from Ihe Icy wntera of the
Kraser near the New Westminster
Creamery wharf on Thursday afternoon through the efforts of Mr. Oeo.
Kells of the creamery. It seems that
lhe lad had been playing ahout the
wharf of the creamery with another
boy and had aeeidenlly toppled Into
the water. But for the prompt action
of Mr. Kells, who observed the boy
struggling in the water, another name
might have been added to the list
uf those drowned ln the Kraser.
days win
une
up.
Since taking hold of the Kurd agency
for this cily and dlstriet the local com
puny lias surpassed In the number of
sales of these well known low priced
but highly efficient cars, their fond
est hopes and an exceptionally busy
season stares them In the face, taking
care uf orders which are coming In
nearly every day fur the Kord models
The officers of the newly incorporated
company are Mr Hugh Kenny, president; Mr. A. W. Gray, vice-president;
Mr. I). W Gilchrist, Becretary-treas
urer.
BURNABY  RESIDENTS FORM
PROGRESSIVE   ASSOCIATION
��46 Columbia etreet
Oet your lawn mower ground at
Swanson's, Begbio street. Wo have
Special machinery for doing this work.
(986)
The district C. BJ, Union will hold
a general rally of the Christian Endeavor Societies of tho city In St. Stephen's church on Monday, April 7,
al 8 p. m. A musical program will be
provided hy the members of the ladles
(choir  in   charge  of   Miss  ChaBtey,  of
Sapperton.   Miss Evans, of Columbian
col'ege, will he the chief speaker, her
PllOnS  ���**   'Opic   being     "I*1*"!**!.-*     fnitl.afi.iMn li
"Christian    Citizenship.'
Bumaby's list or Ward Ratepayers'
Progressive, Improvement, Agrfcultur
al, etc, etc., associations was Inoreas
ed on Thursday evening by the formation of a Burnaby Lake Progressive Association.
The new association It Is understood was organized for much the
same purpose as the various Ward
Ratepayers' associations were formed
that Is to keep a watchful eye on the
Interests of the locality and to see
that the district gets lt8 full share of
attention from lhe municipal council.
Many of the. residents of Burnaby
l.ake are behind the new organisation and from this fact alone Its success as a power for good, not only In
the neighborhood but In the entire
municipality, may be asured.
COME    AND   GET
BARGAINS TODAY
Fresh Rhubarb, per lb 10:
New Asparagus, per lb 18;
Cilery, li fur   10;
(Ireen  Onions, per bunch      5;
Radishes, per bunch     5c
Also  red and  white spring salmon,
cod and   halibut.
AYLING & SWAIN
Groceries, Flsh snd  Produce.
Phone 98. 447  Columbia  St.
H. MOREY
are ready for business
at
43 Sixth St.
Books, Stationery
Fancy Goods, Crockery,
Glassware.
We welcome all our
old customers to the
new premisses and will
be glad to see many
new customers as well.
43 Sixth St.
Men, who have
outgrown their
youthful waistlines,
who have become
"solid citizens" in
weight, as well as in
importance,
should depend on
the F i t-R e fo r m
tailors and have their
Spring Suits and
Overcoats made to
their individual
order. Perfect fit
guaranteed. 	
FIT- %
M
Acme Clothing
Company,
C. M. Creen, Manager.
���>\>
"YALE ENGINES!"
run on DISTILLATE
with an efficiency
equal to the best Gasoline Engine���so that
the "YALE" stands
strong for ECONOMY.
Mads   In   New   Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Works
Heaps   Engineering  Co.,   Ltd.,  New  Westminster.
McCAULEY, THE TAILOR.
A full line of Spring Tweeds, Serges and Worsteds for
both ladies' and gentlemen's suits.
Eighth Street. Dunsmuir Block
Home For Sale
No,  1���Her��  ls  a splendid home for sale cheap.    In a good locality near Queen's Park snd new school.
It has seven  large comfortable rooms with  every modern convenience;   full   basement;   on  a large lot, 66x132  fret.
This plsce Is below value and   the terms are nuch  that  almost
anyone nan handle It.
PRICE, $4400, $750 CASH, balance monthly.   If >ou want to buy
a home let us show you this place.
BUY YOUR TICKET TO CALIFORNIA HERE.
Agents for  Pacific  Coast Steamship Cs.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
We writs Fire, Life, Accident, E mployers'  Liability,  Automobile  and
Marine Insurance.
INTERURBAN TRAMS
CARS LEAVE B.C. ELECTRIC TE     RMINAL, COLUMBIA  ST.
For Vancouver, via Central Park
���At 5:00 and B:45 a.m., and every
15 minutes until 9 p.m. From 9
p.m. until midnight half hourly service.
Sundays���At 6:60, 7:00, 7:30,
Soil and 8:30 a.m., week day service prevailing thereafter.
For Vancouver via Bumaby���Al
Ii.In, 6:45 and 8:60 am. with hourly service thereafter until 10:00
p.m., and late car at 11:30 p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
with week day service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. and hourly until 11:00
p.m.
Sunday���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
regular week day service thereafter.
(Connection wtth cars ta Steveston and other points on Lulu Island Is msde at Eburne.
For Chllllwack and Points In
South Fraser Valley���At 9:30 a.m..
1:20 p.m. and 6:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Points
���At 4:30 p m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.

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