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New Westminster.
What attractions does New W'utit-
mlnsier offer Industries?   Tfaciage
and waterfront sites, railways aud
ocean   I i.i importation.
Important Resolutions Arc
Passed by Progressive
Will Ask Government to Appoint Road
Commission���Wlll Entertain
Captain Amundsen
Tug   Lorne  Will   Be Taken  to   Esquimau and Latest Machinery Will
Be Installed.
The oceangoing tug l_oriie, Captain
I Culler,   which   ls  the  most   powerful
j tug operating  on  the const   with  the
|exception    of     lhe   l-'raHi-r   Mills   tug
Dreadful.   Is   shortly   to   be   equipped
with oil burners.
The   Loin-  is  well  known  on  the
Fraser river for she Is generally char
tow vessels to and from the
���  i|
Board of Trade Pass Important Resolutions���Will Take Steps to Enlarge Scope of
Market���Deplorable Decrease of Local Dairy Produce and General Agriculture���
Farmers Behind the Times���Large Steamer Is Available for Victoria Service���Increased Tonnage by Trans-shipping Goods Bound for This City at Victoria.
e Board of Trade  Is cf the opinion that the time has arrived
out  a  few   notches,  picking
slack before the next wave hits
ThlH wlll bo un Innovation In tow
i Ing   machinery   on   the  coast   and   1
I said to eliminate the breaking of haw
i sers during etc        '    " "      J ""'
,on the l'aciflc
The executive of the New Westmin
ster and liascr Valley Progressive
Association met yesterday and adopt
ed the following resolutions submit
ted by the road committee:
That Ihe New Westminster I'mgres
sive Association draw the attention ol
the government of B. C, to the un
satisfactory  conditions of agriculture
tn   the   Kraser   valley   aud   the   large ...��� ��� 	
part bad roads    playing    In bringing  sers during itoruiB ln the gulf und out
this about.
To remedy Ihls state of affairs the
association suggested: (1) That llie
provincial government float and guar
anlcr.   bonds  on   behalf   of   the   rural
municipalities and that the municipal
councils c.und the money so obtain
ed ou const ructlng good roads undei
tlv super, :s uu ot a government en
it) That she provincial government
appoint a commission to be culled the
road commission, which shall devote
all Its time und attention to r.tudyiin.
the best methods of building roadi In
the different parte of liritish Columbia, and lo direct the municipalities
along these lines.
And fur:her ihat the provincial go\
ernment  be asked to lay a hard BUT-
face pavement at  leaBl  ten feet wide
00   the, Yale   road  out  of  New  West
minster and that lf it is Impossible to
do this, this year, provisions be made
fur lhe Hiiine In next year's cstlma
apart  from  the  regular district vote.
13S.0C0 on Yale Road.
Mr.  K.  Myers,  secretary, explained
that  i'i a conversation wiih Mr. P. .1.
MaoKensle,  M.I'.P. for Delta, the lat
Ier stated  that   the appropriation  for
the  roads  in  his  riding,   $60,000,  had
been   scheduled   for  this  year.    Sixty
per cent, of that would he spent upon
the Yale road
Copies  of  the   resolutions  will    be
sent  Hi   Mr.   MacKenzie,  the
of  public   works,  minister  of u-griciil
ture. vr '
Publicity   Bureau.      _^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. I.. M. Hiehardson reported that
tho city   reserve  committee was getting    Into    communication    with    the
parks and public health committee of
the  city  council   appointed  to  report
on   the   Klghth   street   cemetery     and
wonld    place    their    proposals   before
Entertain  Amundsen.
The entertainment coniinltl.-e, vrhlla
regretting tbat there was a deficit of
$211 over tli" luncheon to the city
council, were unanimous that the
function waa a great success otherwise, an opinion heartily indorsed by
the executive.
lt wns resolved that Captain Hoald
Amundsen, the famous Antarctic explorer, be entertained on his visit to
the city.
One Feature Overlooked.
Mr. J. It. Duncan said thero was
one feature entirely overlooked In
Mr. Morrison's remarks, tbe tonnage
transshipped coming from Eastern
Canada and the United Slates.
He  was lu Victoria laBt  year look
Over 700 Nsw Settlers Arrived In Winnipeg Yeiterday on Two Special
Winnipeg, March 11. The lurgesl
Immigration rush for the year took
place loduy when over 700 new settlers arrived in vesterb Canada,   in
addition to a large number of settlers
from the stnteB, the passengers of
the steamer Wtlkhad Rotterdam, num
herlng 286 for the prairie provinces
nnd 21 for Urltleh Columbia, urrlved
at the Union depot on two special
trains from the east tonight
The third class pasengerB of the
steamers Cymric and Victorian, numbering 385, will arrive early tomorrow
morning and  the immigration depart-
t ma
Supreme Court off Canada
Decides It Has No Jurisdiction.
Matter Is Now Taken Up wit* American Consul General In
to be known as the
and, that It be a re
With  their co
up   the I ..���.  -        .
her. j board and one member from each board in the valley.
Market and General Produce committee, be appointed;  ������������>, ..... .. wv . ..    ,-__  __.    ^^^^^^^^^^
commendation to this committee that It get into touch with the agricultural operation he thought they would gel
committee of every Board of Trade In the Fraser Valley, with a view to ; tonnage enough to keep the boat go
stimulating the marketing of their local produce in New Wettmintter,
lug Into this proposition and tho mer-1 ment In the city are sending an tiffl-
ehants over there would heartily sup- ctul to meet the party at Kort Wll-
port tho proposition -_���������---    .v. ���_  __. _.__._,
; lug.
Central Park Agricultural Association
Decide to Erect New Buildings���
Arrange Dates.
Central I'ara.    March 11. -With   a
view to making the annual fair    this
I year as big a success as possible, the
Central  Park Agricultural Association
at  a meeting held in the agricultural
.__,liall  last    nighl    prepared    liiiborau
tes | plans for the annual event    and    de
Clded to increase the prize money to
over $1000.
The extension of the sphere of the
asstciatlcn's work was discussed "'
length  and   plans  were  projected
Deplorable Conditions.
The above resolutions waro passed
at ihe Hoard of Trade meeting last
[light nfter a valuable and exhaustive
report upon the deplorable increase
ot Imports of foodstuffs Into the province, complied by the secretary, Mr.
Stuart Wade, had been read.
The report showed among other de
tails thai in 1912 Ihe province pro
duced (1,811,162 less of dairy prcduc
Behind the Timet.
Ile thought^ with all due respect to i
'heir fruit fanners in the fraser val-:
ley, with the possible exception ot.
c.rtaiu localities like Pert Haney I
| Mission and Bdfi-O In Chllllwack,   the I
Co-operation   Necettary.
The President: "As soon as wo cm
git definite Information we can go
ahead. As soon as we get lo that
point the city couucil, Hoard of Trade
and Progressive council will have U
���vcrK hand in band,"
Mr.   Otway  Wilkie  advocated  that
Hani to facilitate the work of dlBtrl
button over the western provinces
when  they arrive  In  Winnipeg
The  steamer  Wlllehad  carried   no
lers than  1013 immigrant passengers.
marketing of their    fruit    waa    very I tho BPcri..tary visit Uie rural    munlcl-
much behind the times. palities and  Impress upon them    thc
Also in the matter if vegetable pro- necessity of their cooperation.
  ditclon.    lie was not    upholding   the      Mr. tieorge Kennedy moved that the
��� *1?����,*"i.,St��.ur"' '"/""V imlddlsman, but their termers had tu,miuter be referred to the transport:!
than in 11)11; $2.212,4,15 less of Trait gel their stuff on the market m equal Hon committee to complete their ln-
and  vegetables, and $337,222 less    of, condition with the stuff produced and   quiries and negotiations and report t
meats. bought cn the other side. -��� ���     ���-    1~��  	
In  1910  their imports were  $2,198,* |    There were two sides to the
63S;  In 1911, $3,373,348;  In 1912,    $5,*
which  was carried unani
They had a market for double what
they  produced   In   foodstuffs and  one
polnl to consider w.1s how tliey could
increase  home  production  and  bring J
them to u remur.era Ivs market.
Existing  Market.
Thc   second   point   dwelt upon  tfas
how to increase their existing market I
lac titles for the benefit if the Fraser
valley and coast cities.
Co-operation between th" public and
he grower  was    put    fcrth
the board
Business from Steveston.
Mr.  Morrison directed attention  lu
the Importance of the steamer Trans-
The canners
the establishment of a new       ... _. _ ,,������.������
building  if  lhe necessary  funds wer.   easiest     means     of    combat    ���
available, dumping of foreign food supplies up-
Assurance has been given by Mr. P. on their market.
Carter-Cotton,   Ml. A.,  that   the usual ; The Remedy.
1600 government grant would be forth j    The  conclusion  of lhe  report  read
-.,-,-,���.,coming. The llurnuby council has been ��� a3 foiiows:
asked for a donation of $500 also, but      ������]  d() nct  profess to do more than i city   au,
        "        our considers-1 ot Trade.
ago tne association as*- j tton when I submit:..    _ ��� __ : ._,        _     1     "There ti
tlon  and   he hoped   that   Mr.   Wade's
report was simply an introduction to
tlft- more particular and definite work
ot the oommlttee that he propos.d-tu  flT calling at Steveston
establish. -     ���	
The secretary added a numb r of
suggestions that he threw cut as
leaders to the committee which Is lo
be selected later.
Steamer to Victoria.
The matter of establishing steamer
communication arid trade relations between lhe Kraser valley and Victoria
was brought up at the meeting.
The President: "As you will have
noticed negotiations have been entered iuto in connection with a steamship trading between New Westminster and Victoria. 11 was brought tc
my notice by a gentleman in the east Appealing "for public
11    ������*   submit their credent
Demobilization   of  Troops   by   Russia
and  Austro-Hungary���Turkey
Must Pay  Indemnity.
St. Petersburg. March 11���Demobii.
zatlon by Russia and Austru-Hunfiary
was announced tonight iu an official
..peeled a large season this year and i cummullication |BBued by the two
several of them had staled to him , C(nm.rieg This set8 forth that tho ex-
that Ihey would buy their supplies m cha..g(, 0, lt,Uera between Emperor
New Westminster if the Transfer call-. FraI.cig j0Mpb and Emperor Nicholas
ed there. i have proved the continued friendship
The   subject  waa  referred   to    IM I, U)e tw0 natlong anu that both art
transportation and navigation commit  deslroug 0f maintaining peace
Word has beea -received from
Ottawa that the application on behalf
of Charles Dean, alleged tank robber,
under tbe Habeas Corpus Act. to the-
supreme court of Canada-, fcllowing
Mr. Justice Urenory's tSedslan, which
application waa lately unsm** before
this court, and alter a t-���� hoars argument in which Traveng Lewis, K.C.
D.C.I.., strongly presented tbe ca&e for
the accused, K. P. II. Johnston. K.C.
of Toronto, representing tbe attorney
general of Iir iti:.*. Columbia, raise*!
the point of Jurisdiction in the court
to hear the application..
The court adjourned ts coBs-ider the*
merits of the poiat i-Msc-d vi.li the result tbat the, court decided that tbey
had  no  power to  interfere  witb  lb.-
case In question'.
Owing to the absence of fluids It it*
impossible for (he prisoncr'a ounnwl
In this city to carry tbe case to :x
higher court.
Under the cfrcnmsSaiiees*. howevrr.
Mr. Adam Smith Johnston, feeling it
his duty as soHcttor tor ChurteB Dean.
who Is a natural torn American citizen, laid the fhctB before the American consul fcwnwaf of Vancenvcr. *'h<��
will communicate the -same to \V. J.
| Bryan, secretary or the state department at Washington n.C, wbo will
! probably  inquire into the Blatter.
i tecs.
New Industries.
Another    question    which      loomed
largely   amidst the  discussions    last
nighl was the appointment of an   Industrial   Investigation   committee,    to
which  Mr.  Duncan aptly  put  lt, nny
enterprise coming lo the city and
Biippcrt had    to
"The two governments, therefore,'
continues the communication, "liavt
arrived at the agreement that c.ertaic
measures of a purely defensive char
aoter in the frontier provinces are ne
Ic   workB.  -minister of iiRricul-;u"Keu ,U1 '* �����<"������'������"��� ~. T~ ���. ,       ,   ,���,  ,,. ,   ,,....     ...  .
lctorle, and the Fraser Valley ,��,llv *-(,u wa�� granted the association    makc suggestions for yc
  ���*'���� time ago tho association aali-   ttou whcn 1 8ubmit-.
who knew  ! had been  mayor ct  I he i BQ-t,mit ihelr crei
d now chairman ot the Hoard)    Ti_e pregident���    ��A man c0me3
with   something   that   looks   good  on
Nelson, March 11.    Plans far securing from  the federal Bovemment an
appropriation to meet the expenses of
, -     i        , ,      ,     .       .reclaiming  the   waterfront   at  Nelson
longer required   and accordingly Aus , J     Canadian Pacific railway
t.a has deeded to reduce the Austro    le,r__-ina,    inclu8trlil,  ^^ ������   ������:
Hungarian    forces    in    OaMela W   8 Lsp,aua(,'ei wer,. m on foot yJgeXy
.normal tooting, while ltussia will dis���   .* ���,,���   '  ������',_.   _k- ^..^  ,h__,
here! hand the reservists which should ta��nl�� '^K^.���� **"^ ^
been disbanded last autumn." _  l^s^orTts new SSStL **"*
cood    boat    available.Ip^r7nd"roams tium place to placel    a Mmwrnicnn ���������    agency    Is  p ������**a*m**. - ,__��. . ���^ _. Iaad _,,
in show that t��ere    is,^reaUng    ,)U8ine8S    people    ta    u.  authorised to state that as a result ef i    At "��2*1 ^��2^7^-
.      ���-. I thp exDlanatlons exchanged with    the'lne   wale,���ra *"  ���wmxxto%)T.*i aarui.
A semi-official Russian
lu      IV. i    i
Business "people had no time to    ln-\\he explanations exchanged^
Price  Ellison,   provincial   minister  Of j b���"niad(. U8(,tu, for storage;  that tl,.
finance and agriculture, wrote stating | tlme u  Hp(>  for  providing our  local I
wholesale  opportuni-
Winnlpeg's Total Fire Loss.
Winnipeg. March 11. -The total loss
In the city of Winnipeg through fire  rates
lu 1912 w as 1775.486.    In the province \
outside the city limits the total damage was $>iSfi,4SG.    The allowance for
Iosb   by   unreported   fir.s   is   $15,000,
making  a  total  of  $1.477.ltiti.    These
figures compare favorably with those
of   1910   when   the   city   losses   alone
amounted to $1,570,219, aud In 1911 to
lhe authorities could not see their
way clear to accede to the request, as
the fair way looked upon as purely a
hortlciilliidul and poultry show.
An olTer of assistance from tlie
provincial department of agriculture
in nrratiKlit.. the details of (lie garden
compel it ion which lt Is proposed li
hold I his year was received.
It was decided to extend the exhib!
Hon over four days this year Instead
of two on previous occasions Th,
dates arranged are September 16 ti
19 Inclusive.
The association endorsed two mso
lutlons forwarded by the Crestoi
fanners' Institute, one in favoring ct
Inaugurating a Canadian postal pnrce'
system and  the other against freight
mcrchai:ts   with  ^^^^^^
"That there is need cf a cold storage plant on a small scale at least
That In my opinion the market should
be held twice weekly in summer tin:
the high water aeaaes, and Mayor
Keefe plans to arraaan wfth the government to havo the ewrtti taJtett out
during the dredging ���apentiou a at thr��
wharf during the summer, dwrped ci<
the waterfront, and te fctiild a cement
��d the government for    e    grant   ol      "That our  market is nct now   im [provided we can.'  	
SSuuu towards the construction of new   fliU���g    i1B    fullest    activities.      That , sutIlcLcn.t business to pay. at any rate,   Busincs8 people bad no time to    "'��� l'yj^na�� cablnet, Austria cherishes nol
buildings and clearing lands, but Hon.   therp iB ever, now space which might ; runlliUB expenses with the possibility   vestigale it themselves and before un-1 sgl__e   poncy   against  her   ueigh-1
.      .... ���������-���of TOakl.,_, ..  lradt>. dertak'.ng to  put in any   capHal MM), ^ goulh
"I don't know yet whether it Is pos   u   lt must pass the censorship of this Want ExD,anation.
sible under present  conditions to get |COmmittee." ..���,._,���    *.���**]    Austria, U la under*!cod, has taken I	
sufficient freight to and from Vtetorls      Mr. Uuncar sa'd he'had takert   tne , ^ ^^^ (o ^^ ,,_,, po       .   ^<^-^ k        ^^ t-,e ^k���.
io warrant putting on a boat of /'^matter  up  with  M.iyor  Oray ano  ne collectively In demanding from   rB   ,      gw , m,  ^u n<rt e_uie��d.
'     about 240,ecmod faVoraMy disposedtto IL   ��U,  Servian, gbVeHmenl   an  explma- \     ~JJ ,50
had   tlcn  regarding the despatch  of add.-1 wouW ^ _.jv(:n 0De oI the finest
  '   "^     -**-** duatrial  d.stricts in the West tf    the
i "_"jrjl7���""J"""i."."i.;;.'Xer.""       I    Grown* irritation ��    qiepmyeu    In }s(...r..,., ware carried to suceeas.
'1 i .. ���	
Take Drastic Measures.
Cheng Tu. province of Sze-Chuen.
China, March 11 Two merchants
were executed here yesterday for secretly storing opium. Four officials
were lilled at Kien-Chow by the militia
while they were attempt_ing to
the   farmers   to  destroy   their   poppy
Thai suction saleB of produce be litii]
and produce be graded by competent
men. That steps be taken to obtain
government assistance In establishinc
our market as the central market of
B. C.| and meanwhile steps be taken
to offer Inducements, especially to
j Vraser valley growers, to use the market In a greater degree.
"In conclusion. I believe, gentlemen
that lf vou will only take up this sub
lect with energy, ar.d press i' on, until we have established it on the sann
basis as the old English and Seattle
���.-"���kcts. yon will have done a work
that will reflect credit cn this b-iard:
earn the thanks of the people of the
lower mainland, and incidentally produce much revenue for your cite, and
d recttv assist yourselves Individually
size. 1100 tons and carrying auom ^-.u . wom
passengers with good sleeping accom    Duncan   thousl;
roidntion. ...    'committee and In o.her cities they
���it Is not a very fast boat, but li Is , workl,,j  saHsfaetorily  and  people had
, , intertable and has good accommiOda-;appre(.,ated ���le banaflta.
told "him I  would do the best,   'fhe President:    "it is. Iur.de
to get Information and proceed ! to'invesiig'ate all such Industrial pro ,	
the  under-. pca|ti(ing  ti,lit   corne   before   the   poo-fliered to be encouraged by the appa
pic of Nov Westminster for financial I ent  helplessness and dilatory  procsd
These must have the 'O. K ' J "
s soon as
lion.    I
I could
with   the   negotiations  cn
taking  that   If  thing3  were
we would let them know, i
"There Is nothing corta'n abtHit r
vet. lt depends upon the business wt
can get."
Distributing   Cen're.
Referring to New  Westminster as
a storing centre and dls ributlng uolnt
for the produce of the Kraser valley,
the president said:
"I think if we can get this in opera
In  the city  it  will  be -  '-���
,'here ever Ser-ia's actlc:.
Cb is b
'.''"'"iby reducing the cost of living."
.��J_1!T    The secretary was coniplimented
niices  tb*
March   11-  To all  appear
continuous   debate   in   tho
aiiccs,  Ih
a   number  of  similar  utler-
right   has   Mr   Churchill   to
the Canadian people
house of commons over the naval pro-
iiosals of the government will not bo   tender advice to
! reeled as to length by the letter Of as to wh.it they shall or shall not do
Km Winston Churchill which was j In regard to the domestic differences
in the house last night by Pre- of opinion? lt Is an Insult lo ( anada
Hordcn and In which the state- j unwarranted and unjustified, lt is a
was made that It would not bei gratuitous and Insulting Influence
for tbe Dominion to under-i with the political affairs of Canada.
take the construction of a navy. "Any reflections against the ability
The letter has produces n change In  of the  people of Canada  are In  this
the general tenor of the talk and In-lease  reflections  upon  other overseas
stead   of   the   Liberals   now   quoting j dominions
from the speech made by Mr Churchill
his report.
Work for Committee.
Alderman White said he took it that
Mr Wade's report, valuable as it was.
really led up to Ihe definite work on
the subiect to be undertaken by thc
committee now to be formed.
There were the questions of the
market, the middlemen, commission
men and the farmer. When looked
Into It would be found that the farmer
would have to exert himself Just as
lhe citizen needed to do, to provide
the means of handling the produce,
lie had talked to a prominent Chili
wack roi dent that dny. who commented upon the high price pf milk.
.....   ..... a   larg
item In shipping from Westminster b
"The city of Victoria is getting
he a most Important cily in our prov
incc and will consume a large pro
portion of the produce of ihe Fraser
viilev provided It can be got there
cheaply, and It can be got more
cheaply than from the Sound ports.
A lot of the merchants shipping
bj the Ulue Funnel line have to wail
two or three weeks before thev can
their  imports  transshipped  from
nd in all frankness I
ment ^^^
Vancouver here a  ^^^^^^^
say that In Vancouver they are
particular   whether   we   get   our
leriul in reasonable time or not.
Trans-chip at Victoria.
"The Idea Is to get the goods
loaded  to  the  wharf at Victoria
'cansshippid   from   the   dock
vessel   coming  to   New
of the Industrial committee and when
the time is ripe we will have a:i industrial commissioner."
The question was ultimately referred to the commerce and industry
committee to confer with the city
council and report to the next meet- i opinion
Mr. L. 0. Lusby Resigns.
Mr. 1_. 13. Lusby wrote resigning hi?
chairmanship   of   the   transportation
li was, however, remitted to a committee to request Mr. Lusby to reconsider his resignation.
Frigid Silence.
A portentous recommendation from
the  last  executive    to    exclude    tin
press from tlie meetings of the board
waa received with frigid sience.    No
body feeling inclined to become spoil
isor for the resolution.
I     Mr. Wilkie broke in with a counter
resolution  which, however, the presl
dent   ruled  was unnecessary  and  the
subject dropped.
The  harrowing  suspense  over,
reporters breathed again and resumed
, work.
Endorse  Resolutions. ,
On   lhe  motion  of  Mr.   W. J.  Kerr
the    resolutions   of   the    Progressive:
Association udvocating the guarantee
ure  of  tbe  ambassadorial  conference
at Ixindon.
At it is well known that Servia has
no desire to see Montenegro to become more powerful, her action in assisting in the attack cu Scu:aii ex
cites suspicion nt Vienna, where the
Is held that it is designed tc
strengthen the Servian position on
the  Adriatic.
The organs of the military party
are urging Austria to take vigorous
step's to guard her threatened Interests, without fur:her regard fer thr
selfish aims of other powers. In the
(Continued on Page Five.!
f-endon. March II. Tim tightness of
money and the prevalent lack ot confidence of financiers ie again well
illustrated by tbe xitrmpt at the Swiss
government to obtain a loan. Switzerland sought, last week, ta plari
in l-ondon a $?,#0a_��6�� loan for :'('
years at 4 I-.1 per cwn-t, issued at 9-6 l-'I
and a $1,000,(166 ban for 73 years at
4 1-2 per cent, isine-d at 96
- The latter loau was -definitely refused yesterday and one financier
said he wculd obtain the money for
a smaller loan if thc issne -price was
put at 94:. .
The annual balance s'.icet cf City
Treasurer J. J. McKay for the year
Hiding December 31. 1912, illustrates
In a striking manner the sound financial condition of the city and the remarkable business transacted by the
city during the period covered
advocating the construction ot local
navies of the overseas dominions,
they are criticizing him for his latest
deeuarutlon In regard to the matter.
That was the general tendency of
all the speeches made this afternoon I
nnd evening, tlie main purpose of
which seemed to bo to show that thc
Canadian premier and the first lord
of the admiralty had entered Into a
definite agreement Hint the Canadian
policy Is to be one of continuous contribution. . Liberal speakers said that
if this Is so, tho government should
make a statement as to what brought
about the alleged change In views of
the lord of tho ndmtralty.
Owing to the policy of silence which
Is being maintained to the right of
the speaker there has been no ministerial reply to the BBserttons of tho
opposition and no ono has yet come
to the defence of the British minister.
Strong Criticism.
Home of the strongest words of criticism of Mr. Churchill heard from the
he added.
What right has Mr. Churchill to
say Unit Warships cannot be built In
Canada when eminent British shipbuilding firms are ready under the
late government to establish their
yards nnd  build ships In Canada?"
"Moos Mr. Churchill dure to say that
In Canada there are not men equal
to those of Britain? That we have not
men  of trains and  ability?"
"Mr. Churchill Is Impregnated with
the idea that Canada is synonymous
with colonial, and that there Ib an In
fluenc.e out of the ordinary marking
Canadians because of that fact and be-
"aure we don't happen to be in the
centre of the empire."
"We will listen to his reasonable advice, but when a member of the llrilisli
government presumes to tender such
advice to the people of Canada as to
what he considers their capacity may
be, It Is the veriest Insult to thc people of Canada; nay, It Is an Insult to
tho people of all the overseas dominions"
"There Is no dignity which hedges
Liberal benches came tonight from tho | even a member of the privy council
lips of Hon. II. II Kminerii.ni. who j and I think the day has gone by when
wlll bo the first speaker after dinner.
(Continued on Page Four.)
Ottawa,   March  11. -Definite
announcement was made from
Ilidcnti Hall this afternoon that
their royal highnesses, the
Duke    and    rhtclufs    Of    Con-
naught and Princess Patricia
will sail for Kngland on th<>
C P. It Eteamer Kmprrss of
Britain, leaving Halifax March
Their royal highnesses will
be accompanied by Miss Pelly,
Miss Adams, Mnjor Worthlng-
ton, Captains Buckeley, Buller
and Boscawon It Is possible
their royal- highnesses may
spend a few days ln Montreal
on tbelr way to Halifax, but It
has not yet been definitely decided bb to this visit.
nh'. tt"d Mr.. Duncan has had, .���... .
lying for two weeks at Vancouver and
then have been charged demurrage.
"1 hope we will get sufficient Infor- I
mation to cons'der very carefully the,*
^^^^^^^^^ Board    of | *
fvnde for   !>!"���    assistance they    can   *
live to get  this service for the good   4
e\ 1   uvi'-e   "v.    ....   D__   _.
��� I mation to cons'der very carefully the
��� proposition and that we mav lnaugur-
��� la e a service bctvrcan 'hl> Fraser val
��� jlev  nnd  Vancouver Island
��� I    "1  bring this before the
of the Fraser valley and the cities of 1*,
New Westminster and Victoria." 1 a
Not Favorable. ^
Mr.  Morrison  submitted    statistics. I*,
gathered  bv himself and   Mr.  l.ushv. ���*,
rom the lending Importers in the city  *
and the vallev which tended to show 14
that even a bi-weekly steamer would *
result in an auntial deficit of $2000,
excluding the wear and tear of the
boat and other Incidentals, wero the
cltleB of Victoria and New Westminster and their Boards of Trade prepared to subsidise this boat. He did
not want lo be misunderstood. They
were willing to assist In every way,
but they had gone thoroughly Into the
Montreal, March 11- Dr. F.
P. Frledinann of Berlin, demonstrated his treatment for
tuberculosis upon 56 patients
at the Royal Kdward Tuberculosis Institute today.
Dr. Fried mann's patients
were selected from a list of
ninety edd cases presented by
Dr. E. S. Harding of the medical board of the institute .The
patients were choBen from a
list of several hundred. Tho
medical board in making selections was guided by a desire
to secure cases typical of every
class and every stage of the
disease, with the exception of
cases so advanced as to be
total Income of the city during
****** 11 year was  $568,507.93,  while  the
*! pendltnres were    $2,947.70    less
City's Income. ^^^^^
The greatest source of the city's Income was the taxes from which a
total sum of $'.'77,004.12 was collected
luring 1912. The light department
came second with $92,!UG derived
from private consumers, and $2S.60S
from other civic departments. The
water department receipts were $72.-
631 from public customers and $7227
from other departments.
The sum of $8SS2 wns received on
traders' licenses and $4182 on liquor
licenses. The receipts cf the police
department reached the sum of $7341
while the market returned $3204 and
$14,025 wns collected ln rents. Gar
bage fees totalled $29S8, and $2113.30
was collected on building permits, use
of streets, etc.
Department Expenditures.
Of the Income $361,590 was appropriated bv the finance department for
paying    Insurance    premiums,    engi'
necr's sundries, elect������������, mayor and
council, $Oih; oSRce .salaries. $2.1.85*:
miscellancor,.., $4 ���.7*1: contiuscrifea.
$11,970; grants and nbaritica, $1&,1M.
The sum cr tJ^.w-ti tutd in intere*,.
on debentures an��t its Caul.-; ard $*!t>.
705 to the school hnord is also iactutt-
ed In the expeuditii-PM ef tbe finance
The board of vicrls expended $33.-
319; water maintenance cojit. $ai -.Ofc.
electric light depart meat, $47,458;
health department. $2*1297; police department, $21,761; Ore dej.artn.ent,
In the city's asset**, tfte school
buildings are valued a? $232,895;
school sites at $113JM��: fin. halls
and equipment. ${i>.<Kl0; parts and
park buildings are aartb fS.TO.500:
libraiies and booLa. $&S.��03; bridge.:
and wooden s'dewalks. W��.<XW; city
hall and buildings, SIOt,fKX); electric-
light system. $2SS.5SU; wa.>r-torkv-
system. $7S9.254; tbe city's waterfront
lots are valiKrf nt ffLIMUMt and other-
real estate at $::ns.WNi.
The city's bonded indetrftvtoeo* Ut
the big item in Its fiaJvtitles, ittull'n--.
no less than $4 it:;8.i>!<(��. made nn cf
-freet bonds. $l.W4,OIW: pri plant..
$126,000: loan account. $833,000: hospital. TT3Q.00O; harbor. 9515.000:
schools. $3,'i2.00t>: anil many other-
smaller Items, indtitfinif tbe old railway bonus bonds or **lSe\Mn. Added
to this Is half a mflBon in local improvement bonds, meat the Uk surple-t
brings the statement to balance.
The statement artm pienented to the
mayor yesterday tor Ms review. After
It haa been signed by the aaditor tt
wlll be printed in vohme farm and
cMatrihuted ftir g-f-ncral information.
An (ii.t.-nriirli'iirr morning -jinpi-r devoted ta the interests of Nsifl \7eSfSibMtsr anil
lhe PfOSST Valley.' I'uhlished every iii,u-tiiii_j SSOSpt .Stniilnj/ l>y the .Vuhuiinl I'rintlnu
and I'ulilisluno i'oinyany, Limited, at 68 tfoKStt#.S -Street, .Voitl H'l'.ltmlwWer, liritish
Columbia. ROBB BV I'HKKLASI), JtfnHntiinD Dlrsolor,
.���11/ OOlHSWaiooHOHS nhnilM In' SddCSUSd to The Se\e Westminster Sews, and SOI
tti Until idiial mftltbSTS nf thS stall flu i|h,n, droits ond moneit orders should Ue mail*'
fHiji.il>!,*  I"   Tht  National  .'rollinii iKiri   i'ul.1, ,-hin.i  I'o.npiift,/.   Limited.
I KI.HI'lHiSKri ���1,1, si���, ��� . Of/loS and Maiiaptr, Kin) ,* JfaUorial Rooms tail gspor-l-
M, HIM     HH.
Kiiisi'itirt ids kathh - -By oorrlsfi li per vour, li for three ninnis*, too pe r j
monili    Hi'  mail,  %'s   por  ueor, 'Uie tt* -mouth.
A HVI It I isisii HATH* "�� application,
rn CORRBSl'ONt>lvNT8���No letters will he imlilinhf-nl in The S.ies ���Trent ��rcr
the ��rrtt,T �� siunotuii    The editor reserves the ripli
New York. This territory Included
the Dutch Settlement <>f New Amsterdam and the "colonies" of New Neth-
In  April  lhe same year, Ihn Duke
of York sent  four ships against New
Nethiiiand, with Colonel Richard Ni-
cliolls Iii eouiiuand. to ho deputy governor. Tbo Dutch settlers decided
that It was useless to argue lhe case
wiih th,, Kngiish Invaders, "who wars
six  times their  number," and  ill  the
autumn of IBM Fi rl Amsterdam
Kort Orange were sin rendered.
The name of New   Amsterdam   was
changed   10  New   York  and  thai    of
Kurt   Orange   to   Albanv.     (luvernor
I to refu-ie tli�� puWieiillon of �����'�� ! stuyvesnnt  swore allegiance to Char-
les II., but soon returned to llellonil,
New Amsterdam, founded three centuries ago ihls year, had at the lime
of the Kngllsli conquest, 11 population
rf 15(10, wlille the total pupuhit
the province was nboul   111,1100.
biased trail and has written a slory
in which a mud scientist attempts tu
destroy a grout city, and In which tin*
young hero Intervenes Just In the sick
of lime. II, Is an excellent yarn, of
its kind, but probably must of Mr.
White's admirers would prefer that lu
stick to Ihe blu/.cd trail
With the return of the spring men's thoughts, like the
flowers, are budding forth in all directions, some in the
old accustomed way, others after a manner that shall, we
trust, bring forth greater good to the body politic.
Wc note that the council is taking steps to ensure that
the alarm bells promised by the B.C.E.R. last year, shall
be placed in position with as little delay as possible, and
with transportation in mind it may be that thc Progressive
jussociation will again take up its suggestion, made last
August, that the observation car Should traverse the interurban lines between this city and Vancouver via Eburne
nml Bumaby Lake, at least once a day.
Of this we mav be certain that as the sunshine has
brought forth renewed activity along all lines, it will ��t JIiXiTisst, 1 Sain^rom'S
surely bring many thousands of visitors to the coast dur- l(> v-! proceeding at moderate speed
ing tlie season that we are now rapidly approaching.
Thc kindly co-operation of thc tramway company is
all that is needed to enable visitors to the lower mainland
to go away with some knowledge of what Westminster*
and a section of the Fraser river valley really looks like. |
We believe that very excellent results would be achieved
all round if the project can be arranged.
Mr.   Adolph   S.  Ochs   along   I'ark
row   they  sny   lhe  "a."   stands   fur
"Scoop"   wlll   celebrate   today   the
and fifty-fifth anniversary of his birth In
I Cincinnati.
Now tho millionaire proprietor of
the New York Times, he Is the satin*
Ochs who wua a newsboy In Knox
ville Tcnn., back In lHliil; who was n
grocery clerk In I'rovldeuce In 1871;
who, back In Knoxvllln, was a drug
gist's apprentice In 1S7J, and a print
er In tho office of Ihe LoulsvlUt Cou-
���r rler-Journal Boon afterward, and who,
at tha age of twenty, became proprle
I lor of tho doddering, decrepit   Chat
Klfty-slx  years ago today,    during
the   first  decade  if  railway  building
in   Upper Canada, occurred the terrible   I.esjardlns   canal   disaster.     The
canal was cut from the town of Dun- j
dag to the head of llurllngton hay, ly i
,ng for the most pnrt of Its short five
miles of  length  through  low  marshy I
(round, though,  where It crossed the i
line of Burlington Heights, a deep cm j
-.���.as necessary.
At Hi's polnl 11 wus spanned by thi ���
IWlDg   bridge   of   the   Oreat   Western'
Railway,   sixty   feet  above   the   level
tunoogn Times, turned It Into n pros
parous publication, nnd Hlx years later
purchased, on credit, Ihe New York
Times, Ills new building Is a monument to ono of the greatest of newspaper 8UCCCSBCB.
Successor la Sir Francis Bridgeman
It Popular In Britain and In the
Navy��� Hii First Acts Were to Become a Sailor and an Englishman
���He Has Seen Long and Arduous
Admiral Sir Francis Uridgcinnn
having resigned, (or reasons of health,
US II. I'rinct) 1/iuis Alexander ol
llattei.lwrg. ti.C.ll., O.C.V.O., K.C.
, Ml!.. A.D.C., the Second Sea Lord,
has bftOOtSS first Sea Lord ol thu Admiralty.    His   Screno   Rightists   was
fourteen when he Joined tho navy.  Ill	
ho were to Iio fourteen again to-uior- """"
row, Uvnight ho would bo packing his of Ihn king, has decided lo go on the
box to go through with it again, says vaudeville slagn In America In order
The I���iiidon Sketch.   Horn in Austria  to earn enough money to save his en-
To a city, as to any individual, health is the first consideration, and therefore we are sure that the council will
have the undivided and hearty support of every one \n\
Westminster in any proposal it may set on foot for the bet-1
ter regulation and supervision of matters affecting public
_ Attention for the moment is diverted to the bad condition at the Eighth street cemetery, but Westminster is
row out of leading strings and the sooner it dons the habli-
ments of a grown up the better will it be for all concerned.
Recently a proposal to appoint a health inspector was
aired, and since that time it may be taken that the council
has had the whole matter of a perfecting of its health ma-!
chinery under consideration.
Birthday   of   Rostopchln,    turner   0'.
Count Feodor Rostopchln, whi wm
born In Russia 148 years ago today
March IS, 170,1, Is entitled to remerii
branoe not only because he was thi
greatest Incendiary since Nero, but up
ihe author or the briefer! autobiography ever written, Count RoBtop
chin w:-s governor-general of ancient
Mi-scow  when, a little  more   than   S
century ago, Napoleon ami his grand
towards ihe bridge,  when just upon arm, thundered at. its gates
reachlni  ... the heavy engine run ofl      He it was who ordered tha  torch,
applied to the old c:iii:t.ii or ihe Mus-I
lovltes, uud left to tin- Conqueror onlv
piles of smoking ruins, Bjtoept for
Rostopchln's act, the Man if Desttnj
; nil hi have nth d Europe for the re
malndl r of his days     i'i:.- star of N;i
poleon wns obscured by the smoke ol
burning Mobcow, Rostopchln's auto
biography I- here sit down us a model
fir the public nu n of today:
British Canadian Securities, Ltd.
clutching a fav-
he track mid broke through, drawln���
down villi it in "one frightful crash"
he gr at' r part of the s rnoturo, be-
ildes the tender, the baggage car nnd
.���vo i assengor coaches,
"iiie engine and ti niler crashed al
.nre through llle ice," carrying down
wiih them engineer and fireman, "Uie
firBt passenger cars crushed to atoms
bul the list car. strange to sav, fill
endways on tha Ice, and sn remained.'
of tin- hundred persons on Ihe train,
passengers and crew, sixty-three loal
their lives,
* (By O. Terence.) *
Stewart Edward White, Writer of Na
ture  Novels, 40 Today.
Wood Is largely used ln the manufacture of furniture -which nobody
can deny ��� and furniture is largely
made iu Grand RaptdB, Mich., which
is also a statistic that cannot be successfully contradicted. Stewart Eld-
ward White was born iu Grand Uap-
ii.-. the Interesting event taking place
forty years ago today, March 1:1, 1ST:',.
i iius  it  was only natural that  Mr.
pring is now upon us and, while sunshine is the great-1 ��� ^V��� *r*tT*Tui Z
est roe of disease, it should ever be borne in mind that it purai, woods, m a raw state ami with
Ithe hark on If he could have his
' way, ull America would be covered
With what the Australians call "bush"1
���to an Antipodean any tree less than
a mile high is "bush" with here and ]
there a clearing for a baseball dia-1
lt may be, however, that the distin-'
j gulshed   author  and  explorer   is   not |
I now so keen for baseball as he used
to be, for not long ago he broke ont
of  his  legs���he has   two-   while   en-1
| gaged  in  sliding  for the home  plate |
j in a game at Santa Uartiara, Cal., now
his  home.
Mr. White, has made an International reputation by his novels, which!
bring us-- to adopt the brotnidio Ian
'guage of the book reviewer���a breath
| of the clean, fresh air of Canadian for-
|est and Arizona desert, and which
|carry  us, in  fancy, along  the   trails
heralds also the coming of pestilence breeding flies. Our
arrangements for the prevention of disease will, we trust,
be placed upon a city basis in due course, but both when
this is effected and at the present time, householders and
citizens generally may practice the virtues of co-operation
and wage unceasing war against rubbish and dirt, flies
and expectorating in public places.
II is a Btrange commentary on the
distribution of wealth in Canada that
die Dominion parliament should be
considering the establishment of an
���old age pension system. The necessity, however, does not really reflect
on this country, for, as we know, It
probably gives more opportunity to
all classes to provide for old age than
does any other country in the world.
The fault lies with those who will
viot, no matter what their opportunities, provide for the time when tliey
-can no longer work. The punishment
for their improvidence does not always fall on them alone but on the
wives and childlren dependent on
them. If the state were concerned
merely with wastrels themselves, the
problem would not be very difficult
of .solution.
But in thu first place not all those
who are in need of help are wastrels;
there are plenty of genuine cases
where ill-luck comes in to spoil all the
natural advantages man may possess.
Moreover, it is of paramount Importance to the slate to see that the tli11
dren even of wastrels are given a proper chance to develop Into efficient
��� .citizens. There is a quite clearly sub-
.s'antii* l oplnlou amongst reformers
thai anything like the Kngiish poor
house sys'.em leads to demoralisation
and decadence.
As Mrs Henderson sail in her evidence at Ottawa, the deslrab! * thing
Is to keep the family intact as f ���
as possible.
at least  all  others  in  the nonunion.
Such at least, Is its ambition.
Nor is it in so doing anticipating
its own needs. If we are lo accept the
striking figures arrayed by Dr. Young
the .minister of education. It Is usual
for the groves of Academe lo be
more or less deserted when abiindani
opportunity for material success beckons every youth with an irrestible call
Hut even in these days the province
which boasts of the greatest opportun |
Ities and the cities where a young i
man of late years has only had to buy
lots to double his money. Dr. Young I
has found on enquiry that there are
Iwo hundred Britiah Columbia students at Toronto, two hundred at Mc
('���ill in Vancouver and a lot in Mon
treal, that there are some at the uni
verities  if   California   and   srme   at
"My Birth On the twelfth dav of
March, 1765, I cmergi it from darkiier*
nto the light of day. 1 wis measured,
i was weighed, 1 was baptized. I was
' orti without knowing wherefore, and
my parents thanked Heaven, without
knowing ror what.
"My  Education   I   was   taught   nil
'���orts of things, and learn, d all sorts
if languages,     By dint of Impudence
���nd quackery I sometimes passed my-
df for a savant and wise man.    My
��� .lend has become a library of odd Information, to which 1 alone keep the
; key
"My Sufferings    I was tormented by
poachers;   by tailors wbo  made tight
dresses for me;   by  women;   by   am-*
bit Ion;   by  self-love;   by   useless   re- i
grets, and vain  remembrances.
"Memorable Kpochs--At the age of
thirty. I gave up dancing; at forty, my .
efforts to please the fair sex; at fifty,
my regard for public opinion: al sixty,!
the trouble of thinking; and I have
now become a true sage, or egotist���
which is tho same thing.
"Principles    I   have   never   meddled
in any marriages or scandals;  I have!
���lever recommended    a    cook -or    a
physician;     and    consequently    have
never attempted the life of any one.
"My Dislikes���1 have a dislike for,
s.itB and fops; I detest Intriguing wo-|
men, who make a game of virtue; I
have a disgust for affectations; pity
for made-up men and painted women;
in aversion to rats, liquors, metaphysics and rhubarb, and a terror of
justice and wild beasts.
"Analysis of My life- i await death
without fear and without impatience.
My career has been a bad melodrama
in a grand stage, in which I have
nlayed tho hero, the tyrant, the lover,
the nobleman, but never the valet.
"My Epitaph   ilere lies, in hope of
eternal repose, an old deceased man,
with a worn-out spirit, an   exhausted
Ladles and
in li'ol. one oi the lirst acts ol liis
youth was to becomo an Englishman
an.l a sailor. He is perhaps tlio most
distinguished of sll the King's natural, 7,ed subjects. Citizen he cun hardly bo called, for a,, a life-long sailor
Iio is ns little drawn to the notion ol
a town lilu as thc ordinary man to
tho notion of a fortnight in tho Hay
nt lliseay. When his wile and children are installed in town, and ho
keeps them company, he Icfks lor n i
more than domestic istislaotion, Ho
prefers   a
ham Palace
That is why, when lie was seen (lining nt the Hit/, with Mr. Winston
Churchill   a  few   weeks   back,   and
lunching  the next day nt  the  Carlton
in the Bams company, it was known
that business was brewing, He is by
no means the habitual diner-out.
!.'>������,! Charles Beresford Bits among
diplomatists ami diamonds more olten
tales, on which stands lhe historic
castle   of   l.ocilbllle.
The eslntes, which were Inherited
by blm four years ago, are heavily en
cumbered. He purposes, if successful
In his variety sketches In the music-
halls, io do some drawing-room entertainment In New York.
ills contracts are practically arrang*
ed, and only the details remain lo he |
settled,    lie has had  a  little experience  on  Ihe  singe  lu   Kngland.   bul
up in now has hidden ins purpose
flagship to thc. Admiralty from all bul his most Intimate friends
and his bridge lo Bucking.' 	
* *
* *
" . -uai.-j.   .
dow,  still,  hownvcr,
orlte doll.
Mr. A. 0, lliilderness, a confectioner, wus passing Ills attention was
ullrui'ted by a falling fin wet po:.
"Then," ho pxplulned later, "I saw
the legs of a child appear. I rushed
forward, but slipped. "Yet 1 was able
In break the child's fall." Sbe gently
touched the ground In Mr. lliilderness' arms. Mr. Iloldemess carried
ber  Indoors,
Taken later to St. Mary's hospital,
she was soon discharged, tor she hud
only sustained a blight bruise on her
leg. Had she fallen from any other
window on the second floor she would
have dropped Into a basement surrounded by railings,
. BJstyn Cannan,
Cannon, il. K . li
:u I h
f .1
Ai. the forthcoming Manx mus'.c festival, pri;is are offered tor the best
11. P. Seoul  bugle bands in lhe island
a keen competition may be expected
,,. *, i granted a   ludl-
from    hi r   i'u - , mi
cur proprietor.    They
September, 1891, a.
rnixrK ions or luTTKsnKiio.
n  month  than   Prince  T.ouis  in
jand  through  the passes that  lead  tc
j mountain   fastnesses     and   primeval i h(.a'rti and'a used-up"body
wilderness and silent places and all; i-entiemen, paBs onl"
that sort of bally thing. ' '
And   Mr.  White  does  it very  well, j When Tvventy Men Captured
having  lived  the  simple  life | dred.
Hig.-flen.   John   Hrown    Kerr,
Indeed, having lived the simple life
of the pioneer and the wanderer in !
many lands and climcB. lt is the!
prime tenet of his literary faith to
write only of places and people he
knows "hy heart." His is not the at-:
tltude of the  tourist,  of  the  curious
a Hun-
Columbia  in   New  York,  and  a  great I and critical seeker for "material." He
"������""-  -"   '!���������! ���������':������!   ������������' Yale, so that uves the life ot those among whom he
���������' nr, i vi i(iweiiBi and becomes one of thetn, forgetting that such things exist as push
buttons and boiled shirtB.
in-ill peirs so, tne proticm her
will probably resolve its-'lf Into a d'
ousslon us to whether tin system t
be adopied should be on a contrlbl
!    (������I-
; dur-
ir to
rt ach
tory or non contributory bai -.
German scheme is contributor)
���is to say. people have to psy
���tain ner centage of their wagi
ing their working years In ord
obtain the pension when they
the statutory age.
In the United Kingdom, how
Although it met with great opposition
a non-contributory scheme has been
adopted. Under this scheme practi-
caly anyone who reaches the age of
���event) and Is not posRessid of an
Income beyound a certain amount Is
���entitled to the pension. The upholders of this scheme say it would b"
ridiculous to expect the very poor,
wiih their burdens, to set aside money to pav contributions; thai such
money would, in facl, have to he de
ducted from thai actually neceBsap
���for the purchase of mere necessities
Whether Buch an argument    wluld
bold good in a nonntry like iMs    ' eri
wages on the whole are much higher
is one of the   ihings the  pail ������ *,
���tary committee  will have to Invi
gate.--Montreal Star.
he can oouni en several
dents  when  the splendid  Institution
S,x years ago lhe government so'
anarl iwo million acres of Crown land
for university endowment, and sine
then has aslgned three hundred acres
at the most choice polnl In the closi
vicinity of Vancouver as the site o*
the Institution, and has appropriated
a vote of half a mllion dollars for initial   expenses.
The government now proposes to
add sixty-seven additional acres. The
principal or president, ai following
the I'nit- d States usage, he is called
is already chosen, Dr. Westbrook Is
introduced as a Canadian who hns till
now been dean if tbe med cal facultv
of Mini esots Tlu. ii.i::- llor has ul
so been appointed,
An interesting feature of the new
university is lhal the government ha��
invited the various religious denomln
al'ons to accent grants of land in con
nectlon with t'te new* university pr"
cincls on Point Grey, cn which to es
tabilah theological colleges, which to-
Igether shall constitute ihe theolog'ca'
er | faculty of the university, and that thr
In his literary work Mr. White observes a three-hour day, choosing the
morning for his task. He usually
turns out about 1500 words a day, and
his copy calls for little in the way of
corrections and revisions.
Besides "doing" tho North Amerl
can continent pretty thoroughly, Mr
White has hunted big game and wit
neSBed many strange and wild nalivi
customs in the heart of Africa. In ble
latest  book  lie has  turned  from   his
was horn In Kentucky sixty-six years
ago today, was the hero of what Gen
Miles declares was the most daring
exploit i; the history of Indian warfare.
In 1C91 Kerr, at the head of a band
of twenty men, found himself Ftir-
rounded by over a hundred South Da
kota Indians. Outnumbered five tc
one, Kerr and his men fought so val
lantly, and handled their guns with
such effect, that many of the bravei
wire killed and the remainder taken
'���        OUn    FOET'8
��� * * * * * t
A   FAN'.
Presbyterians, the Methodists and tlu*!���
Congregationalists have made applies
tlon for contiguous blocks of 5 acre
inch, to which they have a reiue-.
for leave to purchase an additions1
ten acres to be used in common. theP
objocl being to build oontlguouslv an-?
to carry cn their work in co-opera'iot
They as',; tha' this land be mad'
over to them in some way In wivel
tbey can hypothecate It so as to raiw
���m nev f,,r building, to which the gov
ernment seems villlng to conscn1
Ilere Is another Blgn tint the varlou'
Pvnstestanl dnnr"ii:ii',tiins are i*��i-*
tlallv ine ard are lear-'i'g to work
in common, -Montreal Witness,
ll is ever Ihe wealthy and generous
and untrammelled weBt that sets the
pace Tor Uie east in tho paths of pro- !2i:i >
gress     The   prov I uco of  llrltiBh  Col-  granted  1
uinbia is planning for itself a univer- York, a- torgi
English Conquest of New York.
The first step towards making New
.York   an   Kngiish   colony   was   taken
itu'i .inr. .,.��,, today, whin Charles II.
his brother, the Duke of
erritory In America, to
A newspapi r can easily fill
its columns with advertising
matter by cutting rates or let-
ting down on Its collection system. The News refuses advertising every day which ls
offi red on condition of rates
being      lower! d      or      credits
Quantity of circulation is not
always the left test of a newspaper's value as an advertising medium. Quality and distribution of circulation are of
vastly greater importance to
the local advertiser, fir the
copies of a paper that, gi outside of Ihe field from which
he can hope to draw trade are
of 1 \ use to him for publicity
purposes, A close .analysis of
the circulation of The New
Westminster News shows that
93 per cent of the total is within liritish Columbia, and Rk'/i
per cent, within 20 mtles of the
office of publication, In the district from which New Westminster merchants draw their
trade. That hS% per cent, is
the only portion of tho circulation that Is of value to the
local advertiser.
Can any other paper show as
large a peroantage of circulation useful to the business men
of  New  Westminster?
1 r;ght
Uways pit osant
a happy sight!
'���'unny little lady, paintrd on
Little, twisted, bowing l-dy c
red    in    colors
*s smiling,
I lllil
a fan,
yar. The First Sea Lord is always
nt soa���even when his tanned (ace
and princely reputation send a little
flutler round a ballroom and the
tables of a I-ondon restaurant; or so,
at '.enst, he would urge upon the
TCdulous. For with must sailor^,
aid like Winston himself, he has
paid smiling homage to thn Blarney ty's
Promotion, they say, comes by
deviem ways. Prince Louis has promoted lunise'.f. He has s-en long service arul active service; he has lieen
diligent at manoeuvres; admittedly
he- wss the most intelli-jent offloei of
his year at the lntelliget.ee Depart-
m��nt. The Mediterranean fleet, the
Ulant,c fl.'ct, the home fleet, nil know
him for what he is ��� an able officer.
lie has devised speed-meters, and is
the inventor of a much-spproved
course-indicator, a tactical instrument. He has written on the affairs
of his profession, and translated, but
without his name, Cnptain Semenoff.
"RoSplsts; or, tho Atonement," in
which the officer seeks to account for
tho disasters inflicted by the Japane-o
on the Russian fleet. There was, perhaps, international reason for anonymity, but the prince's translation u
too good to go long unclaimed. His
���ovn record may be scrutinized up and
down; lor all branches of his profession he has the ��eal of a man wh,,so
heart and head are cleared fnr action
He passes from one distinction lo another on the strength of the credentials that have taken lorty-lour years
to win. He no more owes promotion
'<i social standing than oid Li rl Nei.
Esther  Perry
clal separation
William Perry,
were married in
Kirk Braddan,
The general ell Ctll n   Is
during  the  tall  of  this  year.
prospects of the constitution  of
new House of Kevs has sincerely awakened considerable  interest thn Ugh-
out the Island.
In connection with the racecourse
licensing hill now before the bouse i 1
keys, a number of amendments, lo be
proposed by Dr. Marshall, Wm. Oi 1 I
smith and W. M. Kerrulsh, have been
Circulated,    One ii  these  has  for  Its
object ihe promotion of betting,
John Itoddam Drinkwater, M v. Ul*
it. Cantab, a solicitor of the supreme
court, has been appointed crown re-
celvor and Seneschal of the Isle of
Man. on the retirement In March ill,'
next, of OiHirge  Drinkwater, who has
held the appointments  for the last
Lil years.
A* k vmir ilmcclnt I
ll.  If lie r-umut mini
the   MARYl.t.. nrr-.'i t' no
Oilier, tint IMS strunn fer Ulns-
tr-,l".l hook -,-caW'il.   It elves fnll
i.e'ii-ulitr-. and dlmetloni invio-itile
to;uUM.WDrDsonSi rn \ < o,Windsor,Oat
',,-,���'i���l Aifv.lta for I ;��,������!.,.
Specifications, agreements of sals deeds,
SltslnMS   ISttora,   StO, ;  circular   work   tne.
clal 1st   Ail work strictly txmfldehUal,   H.
i Harry,  room   ll��  W.-atinluntcr Trust Hilt
; I'U,Ml.'  71U.
) o M.. Nd. sr.�� USBT8 OM first.
oond mid ilird Wednesdays In <Mu-h
"nth In K. of P. Hull hi H p in. H. J.
Muny, dictator; J.,11. Prlos, secretary.
I     I*
The first meeting if the new session, a re-union and social gathering
hi Id at the Ashbiirton rluh. Red I.ion
square, London, W. C . was one of the
most suceessftil functions In lhe Socle
annuls. Heinarkable enthusiasm
was displayed, and a great feature
was the number of new members. Mr.
ROSS llrnwn was elected a vlce-presl-
A  deputation from  the chamber of
commerce  waited  upon  the  governor i
to  urge  the  desirability  of constituting a board for the development of
Manx  Industries.    Richard  Cain  was
the principal spokesman, aud be refer-  -
r-d to  the  necessity   for encouraging   ���!
the  fishing Industry  by  the  building |
rf    steam    drifters.      He    advocated)
small   holdings  and   the  reestablish-
ment of various Industries.    Mr. Cub-
bon urged the necessity for a central
market   for  local   produce;   and   Mr.
vorris dealt with  the  financial question.
i'i:u ir itKftlng of A mil y loiltt*
27, I. O. O. I', la lii'M every Monday
nlKht ut U o'clock iu Odd fellow*1 Half.
oornrr Carnarvon mul KIkIhii sin-vta.
Visiting bri'tlivm cunlliillv Invited.
It. A Merrlthew, NO.; .1 Robertson,
V. I).; W. c. Qoatham, P. U. record-
Iiik secretary; H. \v. Baagater, fltuin-
clul  secremry.
W.WKt.l. (Slirt.KSKOR TO cf.n-
t"t* & Hanna, Ltd.>���FunsnU dtreotoni
uii'l smbalmsn. Parlors "105 -t'oimnhla
su,.,.!.   n��w  Westminster,    Ptiune am.
V. K. KAI.KH-- IMonffr Funerwl l,u-,-,-u,r
und l*:inl>;,luirr. ���Ji-.eih Akiiii- strrri,
op-poult*' i-antrglo f.llinoy.
fr-ut-luw, solicitor, ou*. Telephone
107n. Cable addr'-w, ".lohiiirtnn."
ftoilc. "Wostorn Union.'' Office*, Bills
Block. 651! Columbia strn-t. New Westminster.  II   C.
9TILWKI.I, Cl.trra Bnrnsterat-law.
Holtoitar, etc.; c*mrr Columbia, ana
lloKenile streets. New Weatmlnster,
B. C.   r   O.  Box  112.     'IVIi-plmi,.-.   ? IS.
'J.   P.   HAMPTON
solicitor    and    not
I     slriiet.    Ovt-r C. P
BOI.B,    nAKRlBT^H,
���tary.    610    Columbia
R. ToleKTafih.
.My, how smooth yonr hair  ls   rolled
very smooth and neat;
Peeping out beneath that skirt, such
tiny little f< et:
Great wide sieves   and   parasol,  to
shield yeu if they can
Pretty,  modest, Qnlet   little   lady  ol
��� | Cherry-blossoms,   pink    and    sweet
��� t dancing in the air;
��� j lust one tinv little spray captured In
��� i your hair
��� Purple pale wistaria, climbing up and
��� I rirv.-n
��� I Through the graceful, flowing mold!
-ity that will outdo in material things i be called, In honor of the proprietor, j *************** *
ot my lady's gown.
Wouldn't nn   Inviting cup of amber
���Iring you tripping her
while with me?
Tranquil, queer, lllutii
Mew  I  wirh  that you
painted on a fan
Alice llartieh, In Mpptncott's
to sup a little
��� little lady of
were not  just
I'aris, March 11. "I hope Ihls is
th" last sentence 1 shall pass upon
you," said a French magistrate to a
tri-em who has appeared before him
regularly for many years.
Affecting surprise, th-3 tramp re-
pl'ed: "Then vou Ihlnk of retiring,
your wcrshlp?"
Hia '���*, a service not easily cajoled,
Tlie office ol Lord High Admiral wns
revived Ior tlie Duke of Clarence in
I-'-T, hut a yenr later lie was told by
the Duke of Wellington that he would
have to go, with the option ol resigning. It is true there is no Iron Duke
*.ti the preeent Cabinet���nor is one
wanted. "Royalty Campbell," one is
reminded, is the name boi.ie by one
��� !i-t.ii_'u:iied o.li'er in tlie service,
because he i.-, r close friend ol tne
present Kii.g; but even his enemiei
ean detect i.o unseemly leaps and
iwunds in his advancement. Those
who be.-t know the King's attitude lo-
wind.-, thc navy nre tlie ln-d t*, encourage the idea that he would ever
let personal predilections wei*_;h in
the  matter  ol  promotion.
Royally is Cot so easily moved in
luch matters as is sometimes supposed, When the late Duchess of Te.-k
was approached in the interest i.f tier
friend Miss Helen Hennicker, who
wanted the post of lady-in-wsiting to
H. R. II., slip answered���In slluilon
to her own and thc candidate's bulk ���
"I should be delighted, but no car-
ria��c ever built could carry Helen
nnd myself," That was neatly turned;
but His Majesty's method of replying
to the hints ol his friends has been
lound rnther more abrupt. In no case
'una Prince I.ouis profited by his title
���rather tho other way. The briefest
description of him is that he wn.- born
a Serene Highness, but has lived it
down. Hut lie has done nure thai:
live down a title; he has built up
another. And now, n.s the First Sen
l,ord, he holds a post thst never like
that heid by his friend at the Admiralty, raises a smile.
A terrific slorm sprang up the otehr
night and raged for several hours,
reaching the height of its fury about
midnight. The barometer sank to
'���iti decrees. There was little or no
rain, but a flying mist of fine rain at
times obscured the star-lit Bky. The
blasts of Ihe wind were something
phenomenal, and even strong men had
to battle their way homewards. Al
the corners of Btreets wayfarers were
driven helplessly this way and that.
The flashing light rrom Douglas Head
showed a mass of white foaming water off-slmre No serious casualties
were  reported.
London. March 11. l'i"* people are
probably aware that lh" key of tht
Adrianople fcrtrers in in tlie Berlin
According to the llerlin correspond
ent of the Glasgow III raid, the key
wns handed to the Russian command
er-ln-chlef, Count Dlebllsch-Sabalkan
ski. at the surrender Of Adrlanople In
the Russo-Turklsh war on August in
is'jn. and Ii was subsequently ore
Behted by the Czar Nicholas I. lo King
Prrderlolt William n.. ��f Prussia.
DlthttSCh was the son or an ad.li!
tant of Frederick the Oreat, born In
Silesia, and trained in the Prussian
Cadet Corps which be lett in 1X01 ti
loin Ihe Unsnlan army, as his fathei
had gone over into Russian service.
The key is remarkably long   13 l-J
Barristers and Bolloltore. Rooms 7 ana
8, Q-iitchon block. New Weil minster.
G IS. Martin. W. a. Mc-yunrrio and
fieorgft t*. Coasady.
and Solicitors, Weatmlnster Trust Blk.
-fitolumbla street, Wc*/ Wc����/nlnRt4*r. B.C.
Cable address "Whitceiae," Wsatorn
fHilon. P. O. Drawer 2SS. -finJi^Sinna
6��.   W. J. Wldtesldi).  H.
Accountant. Tel. R 12S. Room 22
Hart block.
strr Bonril or Tnirt�� meetfl In thn hnaTd
room, City Hnll, as follows TtUSf KTI-
day of SBoh month ; nunrterly im-W'thiff
on tho third Friday of Fel-riiary, May,
August and November nt H p.m. Annual in^tlnifs on llie thtr��t Friday of
Petminry. H II. BtOart Wnde, H-wr**-
30  FEET
"The Maclean" of Lochbuie, Needs
Money to Sive His Estates.
London, March 11- Maclean of
Dochbule, owner if .15,000 acres of
the Isle of Mull, Scotland, godson ot
the Duke of Argyll, who is an uncle  overbalanced and fell oul of the win
London, March 11. "Mummy, I
couldn't stop, but I'm not broken," exclaimed a tbreivyear-old girl when
carried Into her home by a man who
had virtually caught hei In his arms
after her fall of .W feel from n window above the street. The child wns
thinking of what happened to her doll
when  they  tumbled.
Blaine Leppard, a delicate-looking,
fair-haired and brighl-eyed mite, lives
with her pandits nt 41) Chapel street,
Kdgwaro road w. Temporarily left
In a room nn the second Btory with a
younger child, Klulne clambered on to
a table covered with ferns standing
by a window "to look Into the street,"
she said afterwards.    Somehow    sl��e
CO A I. MINING rights of the Dominion
In Manitoba. Hankntelii'wHn and Aim-riA,
lhe Yukon Territory, the Northwest Ter-
FftOflSS and In n portion of the Piovlni-n
if Brltltfh Columbia, rmiy be loaae* far a
firm of twenty-one years nt nn snnhal
rental of It an acre. Not more than SUSS
acres will be leased to one iimilli-hiU..
A-ppllcatlon for u Isaac must tie mnde
by the applicant In purson to the Agent
or Bub-Airent of the ftHtrtet In whtcli lh��
rlgiun applied fnr nre sltnatna.
In snrveyefl terrnqry the land mum b��
dewrlnefl hy seotkins, or legal sub-dlvl-
slons of sect lone, nsfl ln iinmn-voyt\fl territory the tract npplli'd for Shall b��
staked out by tta�� applicant himself.
Encti appneaiinn must be nCcnrannnled
by a fee of SB wldcli will be NtfufflM If
tho rights appllud fnr aro not nvnllt.ble,
but not otherwise. A royalty shall ha
paid nn the mSWhantabls output of the
mine nt the rute of flvr, eenis per ton.
The pel-son operating the mlns Shall
furnish the Airmt with sworn returns
ueeouiiiliiK for tlio full uu.oiiit-v nf merchantable coal mined nnd pav lhe royalty thereon. If the coal mluliiK
aro not hettiK operntvd such returns
bo  furnished  nt  lenst   once  a  year.
The tnnne will Include thn caul mlnliiu
rights only, bill tho leasee will hn permuted to purehnao whntovi-r avalle.bia
Burfnee rights may he eonslterefl noees-
nary for the working of the mine at tha
rate of 111 nn tuiro.
For full Informnilon application should
be nui'V* lo tho Hocrotnr/ of the liej-nri.
ment of the Intnrlor, Ottawa, or to tsvf
Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion 1/mi ls-
TV. W. -nORT.
Deputy Minister of the Inlmior..
N. B.��� Unnuthnrffed publlostloa of tula
advertisement wlll not be paid tor,
isnonld WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913.
began to plan a collection for a suitable gift to hli majesty.
Thereupon, tbe Bmperor requested
that no preeent be given blm, but that
whatever funds might be collected b��
devoted to charitable purposes.
Dancing    School
Frock of Velvet.
' . ' - U IDS 1,00 KOOKIIH
A  signature rather new In (be car!
tone  world  la Unit of "I.ou  Itugers."
When this naine llrst bi'nim to appear
In the 'oilier uf breezy, up to the mln-
Ills cartoons seen In newspapers and.
IniipiJ.liics the public, and particularly '
that unit of It composed of brothers of
llie caricaturist cult, began to wonder,
vim this man Rogers wns.
tires I wns Ihelr amazement wben tbe
truth leaked out tbut a woman was
llie power behind the pen-n liny little Won III ll nl Hint, at least In physical
|'ro|H>rtlon.��. but with a bruin slufliii
full of original Ideas that any arrived
Cartoonist mlgbt envy.
And    the    wonder    was   heightened '
wben It became known that this young
woman up lo a few yeuni before ber *
work appeared bail spent most of ber ���
life In n Maine lumber camp, where her
ruber wan employed.    Tho force nnd
meaning Of a cartoon hud never been
explained to Miss llogers.   To tbe llim- j
lermnii they  were merely funny pic- |
turee ciiricnturlng a subject or situation, but the "girl of the I.lmlicrlost" ,
feiiseil them aud determined ta muke:
lier   Impressions   of   current   events .
known to the world through the car-;
lunn medium.
How to get enough technical art \
���knowledge lo reproduce these Ideas on :
Inper was (he problem.
Tbut this training has been gained
cue bus only lo sc" the work now beim:
accomplished by tbls plucky Rlrl.
Miss Holers Is nn ardent suffragist.
end many of ber best cartoons nre to
tie found lu magazines published by
|ne i mine.
Wtimin Too Bmy With IntorosU Out-
elds tho Homo.
Since nil lime tbe happiness that attends a marrluge has beeu uncertain
kleii and women expect so much and
often glee sn little. Disappointment Is
��� II too common, for tbe average young
I itllvliluni expects perfection and Hilda
|, ,or human miturc.
"So man is a hero to Ills valet." runs j
the bitter old French proverb. It ls ;
|>erhaps as bard to be a hero In tbe
eyea of (he woman a man has married
live years after marriage. Familiarity
breeds contempt It ls bard to laugh
dot once, but many times, ot the same
Jest, at the same old story as cur mothers did. In tbe present day tbat Is not
even attempted.
Moat women and n great many men
only try to please before, not after,
marriage, and so marriage Is not as
tiappy as It used to be.
j; Marrluge formerly among women
Was looked ilium as a profession. Now
It Is only an lii'ldeut, nnd an Incident
that need nut continue unless It means
cngnr and splce and all that's nice to
the woman, for ber home Is often tbe
kist place wbere a wife Is to be found.
The modem woman Is often so busy-
that she cannot live at home. She
must sell roses for hospitals, organize
Veilef for strikers, slum among thc des
III ute ond leave her husband nnd children to look out for themselves.
This Is not quite for tbe happiness o'
the world, because the right center of a
woman's life Is her borne, snd when
UMI Is vacant tbe cupboard of the nf-
I". tlons becomes bore. Remember, art-
*r all Is mild snd done, lt ls the man
���who works for the woman, lt Is he
thnt tolls for the bower end for tbe
comfort* nf his wife. It Is therefore
not only foolish, bnt not fair. If, when
be returns home, tbe bower Is always
fiupty-     __.	
In Pull Charge ef Lighthouse.
The only woman In the United Statea
In full charge of a seuconsi lighthouse
a* Mrs. K. A. Fish of Point l'lnon, near
l-iii-lltc drove. Cal., who has received s
letter of commeniln tlon for her twenty
years' faithful service from the chief
at the llch'bonse service, together with
a medal bearing tbo inscription "U. S.
I.. N." snd "Klltclency." She has been
In i-hnrtro of the l'olnt linos light sine*
the death In IW2 of ber husband, wbo
���wax head of the deportment of blHtory
aud physiology In the University of
A Deoidod Advance.
������She's a business woman, eh?"
"���Yes. Indeed.   She enn even open n
relegnim  without trembling."-1 Hstroll
Iree I'reoa.
Qlddy Brlde-jro-im* ol 94 rnd Btuihln*
Brldei ot BO.
", -. baits o| the little village nf Ke..<-
vil, iii Wilt*! ire. rang < ut lh.' cthci
day lor two old-SgS pensioner-, who
i em lover.- Illly year., ago, nml Stats
married alter being niiirt'.cd twice he
lore. The bid mnn hnd gone to the
vlUsiXS i ist-ulllce lor his old age pension,Tint he could not slim his order,
and nn old lady who wns nlso in llie
olilco came to his ossls.-.nco. ilu
iinmo was lamiliar to her, am' when
the next pension day had conic round
tl e two old pa iple compared notes and
discivered thut they had been lovers
fifty y.ars agti. I.arh in.d married
twice sicce then, and now Ihey are
married ugniu lur the third time���W
eaoh tllier.
A remarkable scene took place at
the Wesleyan Central Hall, Rooheiter,
soma time ago, when William Hen-
nan, who has the distinction of lieing
the oldest tiost-hoy in Kngland, led
Fanny Wadhnms to the altar. Mr.
Iloiu.an looked quite *. lightly, in
spile of his ninety-four yratl. Indeed,
he nmy have been said to hnve looked
no older than his bride, though she
hnd thc advantage ol luurlcen years
i ver him,  being  just  turned  eighty.
Perhaps the most remarkable instance of youth nnd age joining In
matrimony occured quite lately at
Brighton. This bracing town bus the
Ik nor of sheltering many very old
people, nnd among others is Mr.
James Doughty, the oldest clown in
Klin I and. Ho is still loud of surprising his friends, for, though he is un.e-
ty three years ol age, and lost his lir.'t
wife a s'aort time since, be ha., mar
wife of the founder and chief ot the
boy scouis of tho world. Sbe bas
been roughing It lu Algeria with her
husband, who Is Inured to hardships.
"We were living simple life In the
desert. We had only one pan and
that bad to do for both frying fishing
aud boiling coffee," aald l-udy linden
I'owi II.
The scouts cheered Lady linden-
Powell, who laughed and bowed.
ilvct uuaas witu motifs ot bcam.it.
For dressy occasions such as tbe sft-
ernoou dancing class aud school func-
ried  his  housekeeper,   a  young  lady  t|ong   ti,e   costume   pictured   will   be
ol  no  more  than  twenty-lour  years.   ...... ...,_.��� 11K(,f.,| ��-. ik. -min��� _.lr|
The papers lately recorded tho mar-1 f0"ud * ry,' "ful <��* ��� you"�� ��>"���.   breathing,  If the poor breather takes
rtago oi  a certain vicar, whom  they i    An orleutal touch Is given tbe black   the trouble to watch himself
It Moans Health, It Coiti Nothing,
Yat  Most  People Igiora It.
No piece of advice that lbs physician enn give will bear ..ore frequent
repetition than the pithy sentence,
"Ureatho deeply." lt is a perfectly
simple rule of health, yet it it -constantly broken. There is no reason
why our lungs should not Jiave all
the fresh air they need lor thsll work.
The supply is unlimited, Hut in our
folly we refu��o to give them their
fair shure of it because we arc toj
lazy to remember to breathe deeply.
We go from day to day drawing in
little inadequate puds cl air, living
Irom hand to mouth, us it were, and
(lien we wonder why we feel tired ami
nervous, why our skin is sallow and
our eyes dull, why we catch oold easily und digest our food badly. When
things have come to this pa.s there
Is nothing fur it except to put ourselves at school and learn pnliently
to do what wc were meant to d> un-
There are two wnys to learn to
breathe. II our powers Ol self discipline are poor, as is thu case with
most ittsullieieiit bieutln r.i, it is a
Hood phin to join a gymnasium or
calistbeiiie class and learn to use the
lungs as a buby lenrns to use its feet
and hands. Hut remember that lessons in breathing will do no good if
the scholar thinks hu is absolved from
bis task except when he is in the
A simpler method for those who
bave not time or opportunity for the
gymnasium is to turn life's daily routine  into a coutii.uous discipline  in
'. ii.il i.'i	
described ns nearer ninety than eight) velvet frock by motifs of acurlet nnd
years ol age. Hi had vacated his in* gold embroidery ou sleeves, sash and
cumbenoy two years sgo owing to his I rounded out ueck. The low heeled
advancing age. but he did not Ond boot wltb a buttoned top of cloth Is
himself loo old for wedlock.   The mar-1 correct footgear for nfteruouii wear.
he will lind that when he is engaged
upon any work that calls for close
attention he does not even breathe
as deeply as usual. He almost invariably holds his breath. Thus the
blood current is vitiated when it ought
to bo cleansed, and the worker exhausts himself, not so mucb by bis
labor., as by bis neglect.
I.earn to make a breathing lesson of
dressing in the morning, of going up
an 1 down stairs, oi your duties in
household,   ofFc."   or   shop,   cf    your
naip' register gave the age of the bride
as thirty-live and that of the bride-
groom as "full."
When December mutes with  Msy.
one   naturally  exacts  the   mouth   Ml 8ht j,  Mi��� E|ti, a^h*.!, gtudant at
��� now to be represented by tin.  bride.; Cornell
(ff^teXM-SSTSfS     Tb��   ���t   nearly   perfect   physical	
i luionallv reversed was proved n short specimen of womiinbood Just now Is walks, your games and your rest,
time ago, when a marriage, in which Miss Elsie Scheel, n student In tbe i Draw in deep drafts Ol nir every time
n lady of sixty-eight summers had, college of hortlcullure at Cornell urn >ou take a breath and every little
made a husband of a young mnn cl versify. Accordion to Dr. Kstber Par-I while stop everything else and fill
���wciity-tw >, was dissolved in the ker, medical exuniluer of tbe 4U0 co- your lungs a few limes witb breaths
Divorce Court. Hut the records Oi eds lu tbe university. Miss Scheel Is ���-*'���*��� fsst tlieir cnpncit;-. You will be
Cupid contain even more remarkable
unions than this. As long sgo �����
17B9 we read ol "a woman ot Itotber
hithe, agisl seventy, marrying n lunn
of twenty-three," and of a widow ���,)
sixty-four l.'Sding to the altnr a youth
if eighteen, whose tickle ' cait she hud
wrested from her own di'lghter.
not   only   n   young   wotmiu   uf   great ' surltnsed to see the improvement that
I it will  make  in  y* ur genera! condition.
Treasure of the Sea.
strength, but tu her physical makeup
there Is not a single defect
Miss Scheel.  who Is a  light hatred, I _      u .
blue eyed girl whose very presence be- i The Ka,ser ! Pack ��' Cards'
speaks perfect health, is twenty-four ' Msny ' I the crowned heads ol Ilu
yearn old. weighs 171 pounds uud Is ! '"I* Will \x***'}.*>' k'<-'! Haltered by the
ttve feet seven Inches tall.    Her nor- j ^M^.^'Jfe.?*!?! l".^10'!"',"1.."!
mul chest measurement is 3J u inches, i
r their relatives on n pack ul playing |
ard-   which   he   has  designed.   Tlie
After 809 years the ancient church ; wulsl 'M 3 '��������������� hips 40.4 Inches. She j qlK.,.��� ���, ll(.arl. ghow, lhe ��,urtruit 0j
ls   very   fond   or  outdoor  sports   nnd j QU(.e��� Victoria, wbo wus lhe kaiser
walking.    Her bobby Is motoring, ber   grandmother.   The dowager queen ol
favorite sport  liusketbull.  and sbe la    Italy  is tlie queen nl diamonds, the
au   urdent  HiiffniKFtte.     Sbe ts  much 1 late Kinpress l-.U7.ubi tli ol Austria the
interested  In   Imrtlculliire.  but If abe I queen   ul   clubs   and  the  ciarin i   tbe
were n mau she would study mecbtip-    queen   of spades.    Pope Leo  XI11. is
leal engliieerluR. as she likes to work I g�� ������ �� spades,    the   late    Knifi
about an automobile. I H,u",l>('n Uu?.lkm- ol d?bh, l*��v'   ''
..       ,   ,   , ., _  __. _,  ,_,.._.   j ....   oi Belgium the king   ol   diamonds,
visible     Dunn,,   the   recent   gale   an I     *}>��"tti*, ""'""^ mM,,.ll" tW�� *"T'    while the  kaiser hiiusell will appear
oi  the   bench ! ""���* >���'���������"����� �����""���*- B"���� without break- | M ���.,. kj|1(. ���, ,���.���_.,    T1|0 kH^.7Ulii
and cliutcbynril nt Kcc'.es, Norfolk
have been glVSO up by the sea. Many
years agi the church ami villasre ol
ivtl houses ,-tood nt some ilistimce Iran
the sea, but the waves gradually on
croaohed on the land, and in 111 I.
9,000 acres ol land v.ere overwhelmed
All the inhabitants were drowned, and
only the tower of the church re mined]
���xtrnordlnary  scouring
tons of ' rus*f-
She dues uot  believe In eating
Her   favorite   food   IS
removed every particle ol tht
sand covering the church nnd church i mechanically.
yard     The ml.on of lhe waves sn Wontl lieefntesk.    Hhe doesn't enre about dell-
away   the  earth  that  tha  bpttoms   it] caeles  nnd   has  uo  liking  for cundy.
tbt   trnv'S   were   level  with   the   SUM She has never taken a drink of teu or,
dice,   their shapes   being   plainly   dis I co-jth,   |n   her   life  and   keep*  regular,
cernalile  ill the solid clay.   Une dty   hours.    She snvs she bus never beeu
a'.'utled    the    fuitures   of    Bismarck]
Gladstone. Crlapi and Waldeck->Rous* |
si-au to the four knaves.
Alaska lies  between almost exactly
the  same   parallels  of latitude   as  do
few'er  than 30 skeletons  were ex-1 m ]lntj jo^n'i know what feur Is. UlrlS | tho Scandinavian  countries and  Fin-
r stood until quite recently, but wsa
then destroyed. The sand is now re
turning asain. iiikI the sea is tukiiu
buck wh_t it bad given up for a lew
her father's farm
Fylde Custom:.
The old May-Day revels were s sur
vlval of a festival held by the Romans
in honor of Flora, the goddess >f
spring, and tbe rejoicing that lbs
rigors of the winter were over. They
continued in Lancashire durin; lour
teen centuries nft-r the Roman occupation of that country, and nowhere
were they celebrated with greater zest.
than in the Fylde.
The great' event ol tlie day wa* at,
Imposing piece of pugeantry called
"Bringing ir May." A king and queei,
wearing wrtnths of flowers nnd I ���!-
lowed by the youth and maidens ot
the village dressed as followers or
mummers, bearing garlands and at
tended by a band of music, brought
in "the May," a bough of hawth >rn
covered witli blossom, as a sign oi ths
Coming ol summer. As the procession
passed through the town or village the
streets were strewn with Bowers, th.-
mummers sang and danced, receiving
as their reward sweetmeats and al I
and wine fr >m lie housewives.
is  the  fashion   in   Bngland  t.��
Berlin, March 10.���With the approach of the silver jubilee of the
Kaiser's accession to the throne, loyal   Germans   throughout   the   empire   total MO ***l*.,
attach to houses r.auics tbat in many
Instances are absurd or misleading���
us "App'.ecot," where tho i uiy trees
wo llr.-. but, as this London Chronicle story shows, fitness and humor
aometimes   govern   the  choice.
A retired Indian civil servant on
bis return to England yielded to Ins
wife's importur.ities and said that
Bhe might have a new house.
"Hut mind," be emphasised, "it
must not oost above $15,000."
it co.-t double that amount, as
bouses hove a way of doing, and when
it ouine time to name the place the
owner hud considerable fine masculine feeling to put into it; so, not
wholly in memory of India, he called
"Mysore Place."
Seven Ancient Pensioners.
A remarkable old-age pension reword
hae been established by a family- in
Norfolk. Thoy compromise seven brothers snd sietcam, all ot whom are receiving old-age pensions.   Tba eldest
of the seven ls eighty and tbe youngest seventy-one.   Their   roiled   ages
Midsesson Millinery.
Tbo  |x>se of u   modern   hnt  on  the
heod is u most important consideration.
Tbls plum colored hemp model, matching a  draped gown of plum colored
lansdowne. a silk aud wool weave
nmeb In favor now, bus It white fo.il*>-
er which slants mklnhly off at ont
side, the slant of (Ids feather leudlng
eble lo the whole costume.
Worth Knowing.
Never throw nwny pieces of lemon
after tbey hnve lieen squeezed with ths
lemott squeexer. fur they come lu
na inly for removing stains from the
hands and elsewhere Dipped Into sail
ihey will scour copper kettles nicely
and remove stnlns from bmsswork.
Lemon like this wlll take stains, dirt
and odor from pans and kettles ns
nothing else wlll. The odors of fist,
nnd unions cut) thua be eaatly removed
London, March 10.���General 8lr
Robert Baden-Powell's -bride, who
was Miss Olive St. Clair Soames, has
proved herself worthy of being tht
gether. Cut off that much of the northern part of Alaska as worthless, and a
territory remains as larg ��� a- the three
countries named and with a climate
averaging a little c Ider. Alaska ba- as
much copper as Sweden has iran.
Aiaska has mure lorests than all three
countries. Alaska hus coal in quite un-
limited quantities and large deposits
uf   gold.
Berlin, March 11. -Germany has begun negotiations with Belgium with a
view of settling the t talus of Mores-
net, the small neutral state on the
borders of Belgium and Prussia.
The Inhabitants, who live in the village of Moresnet, and who number
about 3,000, wish to come under tlil-i
gian rule. The inhabitants have the
right to decide whether they will perform military service fer l'rusria or
for Belgium, and whether they will
accept the Jurisdiction of tho l'russlan i
or the Belgian courts
This state has an urea of ouly about
lltin   acres.     Monaco,   the   smallest |
lOVerelgn principality of Kurope, has
an area of about 5100 acres
Peine. Mnrcli 11,���Plus X. has for
bidden smoking In the Vatican, ami
guards, chamberlains and attendants
are disconsolate. Not even In the
privacy of their own chambers are
they allowed to puff their cigarettes
or pipes.
Thc Pope, In cotiscquenco of n se
vcre cold, has himself abandoned
smoking, and like l.eo XIII., contents
himself with snuff.
American tobacco factories former
ly sent the pope annual presents of
tobacco. He has now requested then
to stop sending cigars and pipe tob.ic
co,   but   to   send  snuff   Instead.
It was reported at the Cardiff docks
that the cargo cf a steamer of 300f
���oni ��hleh will ommoncn loading
Best Welsh Admiralty coal at Barry
dock Is Intended for the German Km
pcror's yacht In connection wlthcom
Ing fleet manoeuvres. It waa also
stated that a considerable quantity of
Welsh coals has been secured for
the trials of tho new German liner
Imperator. which is being built at
Stettin, and which will probably for
a time hold the record of being the
world'a largeat vessel.
Effectiveness As a Medium-
Daily Home Confident
ir-- ;*
...... .
(From an address delivered by F. St. John Richards
for the Six-Point League, of New York, before the Convention of the Association of American Advertisers:)
We believe daily newspaper advertising to be pre-eminent because it is universal, prompt, flexible, effective
and economical.
By universal and prompt I mean that any desired selling story can be told in any town or city in any section of
the country in one day by use of the proper choice of daily
newspapers. Any individual in the towns and cities of
the selected territory who does not read some daily newspaper would not be of much Use to you or any other advertiser.
Flexible because selected classes in the desired territory can be reached by choosing such papers as directly
appeal to the kind of readers you need. You have no
fear of misdirected efforts.
Newspaper advertising is at all times under direct
control of the advertiser. It may be started tomorrow in
one town or everywhere. It may be stopped as quickly if
need arises. It is most effective when it is timely, and although that phase of it properly belongs to a consideration of proper use of newspapers, rather than a consideration of their value, I cannot resist the impulse to say that
no advertising medium offers such a favorable opportunity for timely advertising as the newspaper.
If a great fire destroys a town, advertisers of fireproof building material tell their story and point a mocal
in the same issue containing the news story; a story of a
bank robbery suggests surety company advertising; a hot
summer day with sunstrokes suggests cooling drinks,
while snow and sleet on the streets inspires the automobile
tire advertisers to tell us about wobbly treads, etc.
Now if it is admitted that daily newspapers are read
by everyone worth reaching and that an advertiser may
choose his readers in any desired territory by a judicious
choice of papers, in other words, if you reach them effectively.
Are you welcome visitors or do you force yourself upon them ?
When you advertise in newspapers, do not your readers invite you to come to see them and pay for the privilege of welcoming you ?
Do they not usher you into their homes and libraries
and dining rooms and introduce you to their wives and
Can yo" find a more effective medium than the columns of the favorite daily newspaper?
Can you have a better introduction than that given
by a welcome daily visitor, friend, and confidant?
The effectiveness of all advertising is measured by
the confidence and belief inspired thereby. This introduction by a favorite daily newspaper invites the readers'
confidence for you.
Now as to economy. Newspaper space can be bought
at prices ranging from one cent to one-tenth of a cent per
line per thousand and lower. Probably one-fifth of a
cent would be a fair average. At the lower price a ten-
line advertisement would be carried to a thousand homes
for a cent. But low price does not in itself always mean
If the space bought for one-fifth of a cent were circulated in territory unsuited for any reason to the advertiser's needs or opportunities, that would be a high price.
Newspapers, however, allow the advertiser to select suitable territory, as we have seen, so that the circulation he
pays for is where he wants it, and the low cost thereby
becomes economical.
Now the most amazing thing about newspaper advertising is that its value is universally admitted, although
subconsciously in some cases. Even the most pronounced
advocate of some other medium will turn to the newspaper when he has some acute personal need, which brings
from him instinctive expression and immediate action.
Take the elementary needs of life. If you want a
cook, where do you advertise?
If you lose a valuable dog or your pocketbook, or in
any of the many emergencies where you must have quick
action, which of you would neglect the newspaper?
Is not your business need as important and as urgent
as these?
Is the principle different?
Gentlemen, two and two make four. That isn't new,
but its true.
��� mo-inn
Westminster   Choral   and   Orchestral
Sscicty Win Umtinted Praise for
Esceltcnt   Performance.
British  Ambassador to  United  States
Says New Executive Is Friendly
���Should Be Lesson fo Others.
Homom.c h&j. en'Ml that In tho
churchm. thc market places and tlio
thnilnn tmay be found thn true eell-
inul.' nf the worth    or otherwise   ol
a people. However this may lie tlm j Canada, tlio Ilrlllsh ambassador to
scene al SL Andrrw'H church laat thn Culled Statea told tbe Canadian
night when the Weel minster Choral club in an address this arternoon. This
and Orchtwtrai aocicty gave SSlSOUODS 11,.<| hiuii lo thc belief, ho said, that the
from the Elijah waa ono that could not' -relations  between  Iho  two  countries
Montreal, March 11. A lull, which
James Hryce had laat -week wllh
President Wnodrbw Wilson revealed
tho American executive ua friendly in
attitude  U>  ii  marked  degree  toward
inont   casual  ol.
probably In ihe future would be mon
Intimate than before.
Continuing his discussion of the
future of Canada, Mr. llryce declared
Ihat the politics of this country and
Groat  llritaln nlways should  be kepi
fall to Impreau Ihn
Kvery wat waa ocimpii (I long beforo
8:30 and there nuiet havo boon fully
���a thousand of Westminster people
who ��>t out from their homes to gain
julmiM-ilon Thta in itself is sufficient I apart In water-tight compartments. He
basis for lhe stoteimiil of Mr. Herbert 1 concluded by pointing out that the
II. Mack arts who conducted last fact t|lal t|1(, United Statea and Can
night's proc-wdinK*. that ai last thojada could live next door to one an
work of tho sueifrtjr had been placed other without arming against one an-
berore thc public, and il is lo be hopod other was a lesson against countries
(.hat hia appeal for laom support to providing tltemselves with armaments
on a large scale,
the ranks of its  members will  meet
with  a  genuine and   hearty   response
from thi*e iu Westminster who arc
musically incliniM.
Ill Own Reward.
II   waa    a    treat to Bee seventy or j
olfihty l.ulii-H and gentlemen, who for |    Call, Out , March 11.    Il la rumored
several months ptua have been stead- that Mr. F. ('.  Hart, the district  rep-
��� ly   practicing  this   work   of   Mendels- j rcsentativo Of the department Of agrl-
mill ii. giving of the bent that waa In | culture   here,   haa   received   an   offer
them, nring voico and Instrument, irom the British Columbia govern-
without pnme of ^ain, in the truest ment to go west and carry on similar
and beit Berrloe lhal they could ren- work under that government,
<lrr  their   fi-llowu.     Words   here'   are      Mr.  Hurl declined lo Mate whether
lint the Mates* ��r pratee; were the lor not bo ia consldt ring such an offer,
���work of the wociety tan polished than
Council   Decides They  Cannot Afford
to Erect Building Which Would
Have Cost $3,00D,00O.
Winnipeg, March 11 Having 111
orally thrown $11,5r>0.70 Into tho alt
when It was most needed and found
that the people of Winnipeg will nol
stand for n new $3,000,000 city hall at
tho present time, tho city fathers today settled down and forgot the picture tbat had been drawn of a palatial building fronting on the site of
the present city hall.
The architects were told Ihat lt was
Impossible lo go ahead with thc build
Ing as tho city could not afford to
spend the money required, but when
definite nctlon was taken towarda n
now building they would he notified
* *
* IRISH  NEWS. ���
* ���
it is 11. would it>X'U tx- its own reward
-md its own monument..
Many are familiar with Ihe F.lljnh,
many men ��>re not and go for the latter it may In* Haiti that the selections
Btven are a wtting, in matchless mu-
��ic, of incidents in Uie life of the prophet as set forth in llie pages of the
���greatc*.! book nf the world's literature ail of il iBsilw to be appreciated
and cnmpri'hcmled ly those who will
approach with nn open mind. Last
wenlng the fin-t part dealt with the
Btory of the downfall of the priests of
Uaal white the latter was full of pro
ini.'-'1 that rune -eternally through the
pages of the Oh! Testament
A perfect Trio.
The fT'-m of Che whole evening waa
perhaps the Irio of Mrs.  It.  Hi nshaw.
Miss Margaret WBaon and Mrs. 0. it.
promoters of the Adamsiown,
co. Wexford, ploughing match have
offered a special prize to the plough'
man WllO marries first within twelve
inuntbs after the  ploughing  match.
Thc llelfasl corporation's genera!
purposes committee adopted a recommendation by a sub-commlllee that It
would be "unwise t" embark on any
celeb'; iVon of the tercentenary of
Belfast at thia Juncture."
The death has occurred at Maloon
near CookBtown, of Mrs. Margaret
Jchnstcn, iu her 1 Hist year,   The de
Vienna, March 11.���The Athens cor.I<!eased WM lhe wldow "r "'" '"'
respondent ot a Vienna newspaper John -TcImihi..ti. Dunarvon, Maghera
newspaper writes that an eccentric feU' "ml WM ���ll,l(' "��� K" about ",i;i
lawyer named Paradopoulos, who has a tew days before her death,
devoted a considerable period to the ,��� .. ,,.s:, whloh ������Umh���th Whelai
study of the case of Socrates, buL two months al A hv petty session
come io the conclusion thai the jud;:   for expM|ng ., ebud the husband said
ea Who   condemned   the   famous  phi 1- L    ,,..,, ,,..,, ri���.tv ,..,���,,,,. b���lh ,���  g	
ospher did ao against tholr own bet-1 land nml AthV| blIl through the win
drinking everyone of them had boo
Godfrey.       (Toacceaapanled,     voices tation na
liletiding beautifnll; in clear, resonant, ] ever,  alill
bell   tonis  thej   Bang   that   immortal!
psalm that bills men lift Ihelr eyes to
the hills, and  in  an true today as it
wns  to  tbe  tirtil   Ixxly   of   the great
David  Urlngatoae to whom  this particular gi ni of the long ago minstrelsy
of  Israel   I'icev.iit   renewed  strength
In its rendering, as in the words and
the music, there was readied a pitch
as near perfect as need be hoped for
This van in  the  latter pari  of the
evening and was encored aa waa the
more fa-.iili;ir "<)  Rest  in  the  l>ord,"
contralto eoto by  Mrs. Godfrey. The
soprano, )lm llensbaw, ami the bam,
Mr. M. J. Knight, lire deserving of
(reet ciimo-iemlatiou for the excellent
rendition of their rvKjuiitivc parts. Sir.
Knight was the mi-re fre(|uentl.v heard
and was eipially pleading in the sub
allied parts a;, iu the inure pronounced
and   defiant  sceni-si.
All Are Worthy.
In the ouan ute "Cast Thy Burden"
Mr.    Harold     Macftuu-c.s    proved    as
worthy an a��<iM.jU-t mitli lit., voice aa
with  the  instruruciit  he for the time
liad fors.-hen  The individual members
of the orchestra, and pariioularly Miss
V. VtXii;, Ihe amimjiaiii.sl, won Uie ap
preciatiou of all     Hut tiie palm is un-
i;rniii',in.';lv iivcirilxl to Mr. Herbert 11.
If-MkneiB, the coDihict'ir     He it was
who blended all  iluvie various voices
anil reedfl and bows and trumpets Into
one  harmoniocui  whole,  playing upon!
the great human instrument with con i
aum mate  -skilL  ;>o  that     those    who
���watclml   uu*,..!   s-rve   the   pulF-e  of  all
beat in tune with him and In harmony
V��ith the mi sage the master .sought to
Need More Tenors.
The choree ftei.it' Shows great pro
nlac. leal nttht Che tenors were not
snTfich'till) Blruug, ami the rising of
all as one mas uoulll be u "step" in
an upward and desirable -direction.
.For the OPCfcaakTB, l<1 the eiiiiuiaiti
bowing, am." ie<i" of the nmte in en
���cored laeMBsufa osiMLuve be suffl
��-ient iJeanMBt.
So IcSBS us Vi'<-*s1m:,ni'leT lias men
\nd women ril.o Q*HtS*tt in expressing
��nusic << the -ralilire of lavl r.iglit, BO
long will th:- pr.^-.rifii along llie truest
linee of 0*w*^O**a*ati IvHh in this and
SDOre matirial sYi^erca.
ter feelings, and haa applied to thi
supreme court tor s re-lrlal "in ordei
that the character of 5 crateB mi;
be vindicated,"
The court. In declining the application, holds iIihi the honor of Socrates
,'ia.i already been estitbliished, and
that few* men bave Buch a good repu
fur a re-trial.
:ng inferior
broken up. The beds had been strli
ped and the childrcns' clotbes sol
by In r for drink.
In connection with the establishment
of Queenstown as a naval  base  il   i.
inderstor-d lhal six ships of Hi" train
iing squadron under Captain E. Hyde
; Parker  will take  up  their quarten
there between this and next month
The  squadron  will  be supplemented
by an additional two ships by July.
The unusual spectacle of two h iai
sea in ono funeral was witnessed it
Wexford, when ihe Interment too'
place of the Misses CBBSOnflra am
Jane Elgee. The deceased ladies wer'
nieces of Lady Wilde and slaters (,
Mr. It. \V, Blgee, BOilcitOT to the We:-
ford county council, at a specla'
meeting of which a vote of condolence
was passed.
Rev. Robert Brlndle Hai Had an
Advinturoui Career.
A few days ORO Uie HI. Itev. Robert
Brlndle, l)Xo., the Catholic Bishop
of Nottingham, England, celebrated
his sacerdi'tal golden jubilee. A testimonial ,v|ls promoted and arrangements concluded to honor in n fitting
manner the most famous and |>opuliir
chaplain ever connected with the
Pr.  Brlndle wss born seventy-five
yeara ago al Liverpool, and studied
for the priesthood at the Kngiish College, Lisbon, After aome experience
of missionary work in tho Plymouth
diocese he become an army chaplain.
Ho took part iu tlio Egyptian cam-
paign o( 1882 and was Hie only chap*
American   Building   Methods   Gaining
Foothold    In    France���Tawdinena
Replaces  Taste.
Paris, March 11.���A sign of tho
times la the Immense amount, of rebuilding which Is going on. Thla la
particularly true of the boulevards,
where old houses are coming down,
Iain present at the. two engagements Igiving place to showy new bualii).'Bs
ot  Kasssein.      He was not present, premises overlaid  with a cheap and
however, at the victory of Tel-el
Kebir, (or ho was lying dangerously
ill with cholera. From 1888-1888 I"'
was on active service in the Soudan,
and waa present at all tho decisive
engagements. Dr. Brlndle accompanied the Royal Irish Regiment in their
trying march serosa the ISayuda Desert to Metcnimeh, and reoelved the
Britiah war medal for Kgypt with
three clasps.
A iieriofl of service at home followed, nnd Dr. Ilrin.lle acted as spiritual
dirertnr of tho'CathollC troops at Col-
Chester and Aldershot. When I/.rd
Kitchener embarked on his famous
expedition in Uie Soudan Dr. Brlndle
again went te. thc (rent. He did much
to keep up the. spirits of tlie tr',"|is
when men were being stricken low
with cholera and excessive licnt. At
the tahii tr of Dongola, Lord Kitchener, who has on many occasions
testified to his faith in and respect
tor Ur. Brlndle placed the chaplain
iii charge of the third gunboat conveying a detachment oi the Boutli
Staffordshire Regiment, and for Ins
heroic conduct on the field at Atbara
he was rewarded with the D.S.O, At
bhe ('" rdon memorial service at Khartoum he again enme int
mposing  the   beautiful   pray
doubtful ornament which threatcna to
oust tho simplicity and good taste of
our grandfathers.
The Uuo Kdouard VII. perpetuates
thememory of "the Parisian monarch"
In n handBomo short street, somewhat
inconvenient, however, to wheeled
traffic for lis turning at tho lower
end; another opening form the boulevards, breaking Into the frontage line,
Is a species of "bay," opposite the
Credit LyonnulB, which gives an excellent approach to the new offices Of
"I.e Temps,"
This activity In bricks and motur
In the centre of the town Is proof ol
the Parisian's  reluctance to Inhabit
ibe BUhUrbS, There Is practically no
building going OP in the districts out-
Bide the city walls.
I'ntll the greut   new   avenues   an
pierced, uniting central with exterior
1 Paris, the cltij.cn of "la ville lumlere"
1 ind   particularly   "la   cltoyenne"    re
luses to have the light and warmth
of the city.
Versailles, St  Germain, St.  cloud
and r.tlur suburban towns make little
progress  In  population,  while   Paris
grows denier every day by reason of
. ., ,,  , once the tendency to ehool upward in the
tiful   nraver American styl
aald that the German people living In
Canada, would resent reflect Ions on
their fatherland He believed that
Canada's real peril was lu the Pacific
and not In the North Sea.
Other Speakers Included I). D. Mackenzie, lion. Charles Marci'.l aud Mr
Headed by the
6   Hawaiian   ��
Princess  Kaihiokalani
Vincent and Lorne
Most   Refined   flinging   and
Comedy  Specialty.
Russell Parker
The Youthful Club and Hall
Three Reol Bronoho Feature.
Matinee lOcand 20;
Night       'Qc and 25c
Program   for  Wedneaday     and
Bono by Mln Frances Hamilton
Kalem  Special
A   slory of  modern  times    In
two parts.
A Western Drama.
O.   Melh-s
A story of the South Sea
Uralla Potatoes?
Undoubtedly Best in the Market.
85c. per sack 100 lbs.
! TUDNIPS, per sack    50*
W.Hatt Cook
527 Front St. New Westminster.
. I I'
If il  wire not  for the building lav.a-,
lis woufd grow skyscrapers of Us'
which  was recited on that ocoas
and   by   Hi-'   rem st   ol   the   Sirdar, ,
e,,,ie,-,f the  prayer were  profited  ';v,'!'i!".h f 'ls ""' '';\'M , onor    ">"
to'all  the officer?.    Bishop   Brlndle  ^ ' >'v )�� ther, as w, ll as the  ���-npe a-
poMesscs an Imposin ��� array of medals m0D{ '" W!",,lljH,n th^?W; 1,)'"1")r   '''
*,*,-   ;   or I ,ns   nral whlcsnread wai   ���' J'" ,;',: ""'i'^ ;,:"  " "***���������>��� ''"'
,,                  ,       ,     , ,     ,-..._, ,,,, wors   efforts of ihe   nuovators,
lhe re-jrot when he retired ttm lhe ,    ,,,,���,,,������ ,-,  ��� .,.,.  ���,���   ,,������,  ln
army,   Generals and wn   comspop. ^      J                     wo      .^
funa!?ti^VeS!ri3v^yi��W^dSPJ:cnud:i1 ^can.bull g me, le are Implant-
seeing "Father  Brindle  "ii the Nile |
?   ?    ?   HAVE YOU SEEN   ?   ?
In De *' mbcr, 1884, i ulllng stroke In
the leading lioat of the Royal Irish
Hi- features were burr.ed by the Bun,
snd, like his hands, c vered wiih
���i':-r rs. The battalion won Lor 1
Wi Is 1 y's prize of $600 'or tie* b .-'
time irom Wadi Haifa to Korti, ��� - ���
He waa doubtless the m -t pi pular
man in the expedition,   His own ll ick
loved him, and he was r -| ted by
everyone fr- 'in busier lo Lord Wolseley, who more than once tried bi get
him knighted."
d.   We bluld a frame of steel and begin with the centre story.
Calgary, March 11. This Is tlie sea
son when farmers are Becuring thell
Seed supply for the coming spring.
The Importance of using seed of high
Vitality and free from weed seeds cannot be too strongly emphasized, Very
often In the past, farmers, through
ignorance of the quality of the seed
I nev were using or for some other
reason, have sown weed seeds. _\t ihe bearing or a charge cf child |
During the pasl few year., the Do ! neglect against Michael Campion al
minion seed branch has been' endea-1 CeTlbrldge petty Besslons. Sergeant
voring to effect Improvement in the Lone staled that tho only food he
seed trade by educational work with found in the place, which was a lab
farmers and seed dealers, supplement- 1 orer's cottage, was a piece of raw lined by the enforcement of the seed con I nip, in which were marlia of childroni
trol aet. This act defines the com-1 teeth. The defendant
mercial grades of seeds. All timothy,
red clover, alsike and alfalfa seed of
f.-ed for stile by eithi r wholesaler oi
Si encet
a heated
Our assortment of Royal Victoria China consisting of Cbooolato,
Cocoa and Tea t-vts, on dlBplay in cur window.
We are In a position I" furnish your home from cellar to attic,
supply you with Stains and Varnish, all kinds Harden Tools, etc., etc.,
red our prices defy competition.
Lot US show you our Linoleum and Floor Oils, our patterns nre
selected with care, and we hardie only the latest styles appropriate
for the different rooms of the house.
C. N. Edmonson &. Co, Cor 6th Ave. and 12th Street
At ihe third an
Delta  board  ol
nighl.   President
i.cret.'irv Treosur
l-adnrr, march 11,
nual mivtinK ol thi
trad.- h'-ld bere last
T. K. Ij��dn*>r. and S:
ir W. J. l-ann.-iv prewnted reports
���showing HatiefarUiry progress in transportation and  puhlicity matters.
Officers for the i.r-i.uiug year were
<*-lwU*d as follows:
Honorary pri yUVnt, 11 I), llenson;
honorary vi��vpr��=id<nt, Dr .1. Kerr
Wiltion; iwosidt-nt. Dj A. McKee; vice-
president, i;��>rKW lxmdon. secretary
treosurpr, 3*. \V. Fisher; chairmen of
commUtci'K: Agri-culture. K. Hatcher-
eon: public worta, Dr. King; navigation, Capt. Brewster;  transportation,
Alex. Davie; cornn��rire and intlustricB.
W. J. Lanning; tncmliernliip. It. Kittson; finance and publicity, B, Doug-
Ian;  lep'tslatiin, T. K. Ladner.
retail merchant, must be graded and
marked Extra No, 1, No. 1, No. 2, or
No. .'), according to quality. Seed tha
will not grade No. '.'. cannot legally be
sold except for export or for cleaning. This latter clause applies to the
fa'"ors as well as seed dealers.
Farmers selling seed thai is below
grade No. :i to their neighbors for
seeding or to dealers on lhe under
Standing that 11 la to be retailed for
e< dine without rc-i leaning are liahh
to  prosecution,  and  every   i f'irt   will
be made to apply the act to farmers
as strictly as io set d merchants.
Paper packets of vegetable and
flower seed muBl l" marked, Bhowlng
the year In which they are filed, am'
fanners and other purchasing such
need Bhould see that nil packets an
marked  before  purchasing.
Reed -grain, clover and grass seed
as well as root and vegetable seeds
vhether In Sealed oackets or In bulk
must be capable oi germinating In thi
nroportlon of ut least two thirds ol
'he legal standard i f good seed < f tin
Kind. Seed that will nol germlnati
I n this proportion must be plalnlv
marked Bhowlng the actual per cent-
ige < f s Is capable i l germinating.
Farmers having, or purchasing Beed
the vitality ot which thi y have reason to suspect, Bhould hav.- a germination test made i I a Bam pie < f it.
Seed grain, flax, white clover,
i;ra^.*-*. and all other forage plant
si i ds musl be free frcm noxious weed
siM*.is. or be labelled, Bhowlng the
names if the noxious weed Beed pre-
sent. The above are the outstanding
features ol lhe seed control act of
Canada,   and.   if   persons
was found lying In bed. and when questioned he
said he had got his feet wet in the
snow, and had to remain In bed. Tin
ease was adjounnied for a month t'
give Campion a chance of doing be!
The Rt, Hon. Win
Clmr,i,;il knows, how,
to silence dissentients
as i rnbly.
One,', when addressing n big political meeting in the i >>rth, the presentl"
h'irsl Lord of the Admiralty was fre
quent'.y disturbed by a man who persisted in Bhoutins "Liqt! Liar!"
Mr Winston ChurSftll bore with
this. d".pile the indignation ol hi*
supporters "n the plat! irm, ior some
Eventually, however, the Cabinet
Minister-to-be reduced l,.,. interrupter
to abject silet.ee with thi? smart suily,
delivered in the blandest manner
"If the gentleman at the back ol the
hall who is so anxious that this audience should know his name will kindly write it down upon a slip of paper
and pa*-* il up to the chairman, in
stead "f bawling ,t out at the tun ol
Eird Clapper Boy  Found in London-
Ccto $2Weekly for Scaring
J. H. Todd's Music House
419  Columbia   Street,  New   Westminster.
S.nger  Sewing  Machines.    Small   Musical  Goods of all  Kinds.  PHONE 694.
��� ���?-1
* WELSH   NEWS. ��-
��� �� I
The St. Asaph board of guardian*- i
received no application for the post I
r.f workhouse nurse, and this wns at j
trihuted to a knowledge of Welsh Ir
Ing stipulated as essential. The guar |
loins decided t'i readverllse withoul
that stipulation.
At a meeting of the Bedwos and
Maelion dlstriet council, Dr. R. O.
Damard, the medical officer of health
said vaccination was gradually dwlnd
ling to vanishing point In the district
In an event of an outbreak of small
pox, the position would be critical.
Three hundred and flftv workme'
have been suddenly thrown out of
work at the. Knorglyn colliery, Caer
philly. by the inrush of a tremendon'
volume Of water on the eastern side
All  work, except   the liber of  llie  i*
his voice,
of trouble
ll save himself a lu
Swim  to  Pasture.
The  is'nnd   of   Berncra,   Lewis
: the Northwestern  Hebrides, does
! afford sufficient  summer  grazing
: the crofters' cattle.   Consequently  in
the In-*i nn ing of July each year thev
are  sei t to the mainland hills b>r  s
peri'vl oi about two months.   In order
to get there tii y have ������> swim a sea
' channel about half a mile wide.
On a certain dny the cattle, num
berlng about seven hundred, are gath
| ered together on the ses*hore.   Two
London, March 11. London has
long burled under Its miles of streets
any fame that it once may have had as
farming centre, and as the home of:
the rural laborer. Indeed, most people WOUld be puzzled if aski d to find a
boy With an old-fashioned clapper
scaring birds from a wheal field with-
ii a li w miles of St. Paul's.'
But a representative came across
him yesterday, perhaps the last London! r to be engaged In this work. He
was vigorously "clapping" ln a field
near Ilford, and the crows rose from a
broad field like a flight of black aeroplanes.
Ilu is Willie Taylor, and ever since
he left srhool time years ago bird-
rearing has been an Important part
of his work on llie farm.
"Ihey tell me," he said, "thai I am
the only boy using an old bird-clapper so near London.    I don't know of
mother  hereabouts.     Yes,   it's   lonely
here In the fields all day, and I'm not
allowed to read while I'm   at work,
i though I like reading.   Hut sometimes
, other boys come and sit by  me, and
t that passes the time.
"After dusk,  and    whenever   there
t Isn't any blrd-BOttring to do, 1 help in
the farmyard with the horses, and any
other work.    I'd like to work with the
; carts and the teams always.    I get *'>
a week now    master's just given tue a
I rise of 50 cents "
Though he spends his days In the
wheatflelds within eight miles of St.
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nienl   i
.t the
has fi r the mo ��� i��-UJ d.
or   three of   them   are   tethered   to
rowboat, and when the remainder sm
these   in   tao   water   they   pain;.*   ll
themselves aod swim acros-<
ll occasionally happens that a.i Ilu
tim-3 draws r,*'.-.r [or returning to Ihi
island -. ne- ��� . t ,. ,. tt;e, cspeci ���'.
ly the t'i r oi ������ . t *.*,', swny In tie
��I"h-I i'i instil ti.ii, thc .'infii .'-. :i iv
el a -ii ilaucc ol abt ul ten ini'.es i
the   ��� a.-h'-r ���, in ,l  sw.rn  back to lh
���   Paul's  young  Taylor  has   only    been
��� right Into London once, and be speaks
I,   Of   thai   as   quite  an   event.      It    wan
When he want   with one of lhe   farm
���  earts with a load of Vegetables to Co.
* i nt Oarden.   His eyes sparkle at the
thought  that   he  is   getting   a   hii..
.Irom; fellow, and will soon go with
the earts ns a regular part, of his
work.   That will be life indeed!
BydBey, M��rrh n. Blr Oeorge Reid,
Australian High Ctirmtih-tK.oner in l.on-
<inn in hin lepoil to the Common,
wecjth Mtatetrr for Trade and Cus
tom-s, stat.�� tbav batter iH manipulated In Unglaml at ihe expense of the
'uiiitralian article anil tbat -systematic
anil nmaM frauds are carried out
on the Britif* cirasiiim-r.
In about wixty tibops vmited by tbe
High .CoramiKBioniT the vendor wuh
"placing imitalior. initter in the homes
of the b-etter claws of pnrcbaner" and
in lan?e rwitauranta "tbi! fakod artJcle
ia gaining in popnlarnj:"
seed insist on the observance of the
above rules, they will net only obtain
i   seed   Of   superior   quality   but   will
do  much   to   wind   off   an   Infestation ,
of their farms by noxious weeds.    All
persons so wishing it may have their i
leedS tested  free of cost  at the Seed'
Laboratory,  Calgary,  Alta.,  says   Mr.
A. li. Campbell, Inspector for Albert?'
ind  liritish  Columbia.
Creak   up   Meeting.
Nottingham,   March   il.   A  hostileI
crowd broke up it suffragette meeting t
here tonight.   Miss Annie K��uaey and |
others attempted to Bpeak but could
not   g( I.   a   hearing.     Windows   were
{smashed, banners torn down and the
platform stormed. The police took
Miss Keiiney and her friends secretly j
I oul of the building by a rear exit, to
escape the violence of the mob.
Lord MOB'.yn, at Cardiff, opened
the Welsh Art Exhibition arranged
by the National Museum 'f Wall
Among the pictures on vlow are Tur
hit's "Rockets and Blue Lights,"
which recently changed hands fer
��26,000, and works by Whistler. Mil-
purchasing 11st, Romney,  Raeburn,    Burne-Jones,
r [i rence.i In lit**
Foractfulness   Cost   $1700.
Kingston, <>nt-, March 11. Express
Messenger John Glenn of Clarendon,
was so busy at Sharbot Lake that he
left his bag With a package containing Ini:
nearly $1700 on the track. He telegraphed back from Clarendon to Khar-
hot  Lake officials  to  put.  the  bag  In
and Corot, besides six other Turners.
li i ihe monthly meeting i f the
3ouih Carnarvonshire Oalvlnlstlc Methodists, the Itev. John Owen. Crlr
celth, stated that tiTO preacher., from
other districts are engaged to preach
vithiii the boundary of the monthly
meeting this year, whloh means pay-
'nt; ��umO In railway fares. Ile urged
the meeting to spend the people's
contributions for better purposes than
to Increase lhe dividends of railway
Banishing the Avalanche.
Along the siJe of sn Alpine railroad
an ingenious dovios has been put Into
use to prevent avalanches from fslling
H|ion tne track. A wall hns been hui'.l
w'nic . intercepts the sliding snow nnd
Ir rces it to precipitate itself in n leap
wli reby it clears the roadbed snd
hur'.s itself into a cnn.'il upon till
other si'".
Daughter of Emperor III.
St. Petersburg, Murch 11.    The second  daughter of  Emperor  Nicholas.
the Grand Duchess Tatlnna, is suffer
from   typhoid   fever al   Ksarskoe-
All Europ
of s; ���*, t:i'\,s before the year 1270 si
di hious,   Pliny's di�� riollon "i '.'. <ro
1 oking nl ib   g'.adiutora! combnls !n
aa  i m i-.i',l  nu ni. -  n|   beBt    only    n
lorgnette, or mosl  probsb'.y n r il i t
in; mirr'r    I!,'.' r  Bacon    seems    to
li v'   ki.'wj   ��'   magnifying   'en.--s
(H76),  which  soon   became common
enough,  but  the  probable  iuvt-r-.f
specteiftea as  such  wns  ti  Florentine
! worthy  on   whose  I imbstone  i-i   the
' Church ol Bart'   Croc    is the In-scrip.
i tion*   "Here  lies    Sn'viiio    d'Armat"
i dcqli Armatl oi Florence, tho inventor
j of   spectacles.    May   God   f tjj.V"   hi!
| sins.   Anno Domini 1317."
Pocket Wirele-n.
.    The intcsl development In wireles.-
telcgrsphy was Bhown recently nl the
I Imperial College, South Kensington,
1 Kngland, by  the Maroon! Cumpiftiy
it tiiok the form of a "pocket wirx-
I less."    In   lour   little   knapsacks   all
necessary   apparatus   can   be   stored,
and if a party were lost in n wilder*
' ness help could lie easily summoned
! At  preset,t   the   apparatus   cun   only
send messsgea within an aron of fif*
| tccn miles, but il is expected that in
time this   rantfo  Will  be  greatly  iu
I Continued from page om 1
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust IJidg.
the office.    When donn returned the j 1R97.
b&f; Was there but thu cash gone.       |crop.
Italian   Navy  Dill.
Dome.     Match     11     Francesco   Toil'see,   tbe   Italian   minister    of    the
Selo.     It   is  announced   thai   her  COH-1 treasury.   In   On   address   delivered   in
dittos hns not given rise to any alarm,  the chamber of deputies today asked
Orond  Duchess Taliana was born in;tht.'.  the  appropriation   for  the  new
construction work In the Italian navy
Ibe raistul  to  $16,000,000.
���lie people of Canada will bow down
��� ���vi n before the fir: t lord of the ad-
Loss cf Colonies.
Mr. ISmuierson said that the mis-
take of Lord North had canned the
loss of the American colonies to Greal
Britain, Conceivably such a mistake
is that made by Winston Churchill
might result ill the loss to Ureal llrit-
lin of Canada and Australia, and
"When n British statesman sends
UCh tt statement as that read In llr*
'inure last, nlnht there is a necessity
for a warning. Indeed."
lie also quoted a part of the Ameri
can  declaration of  Independence.
llr Neely of Humboldt, Who spoke
In llie afternoon, was Inclined to llie
view that, the liritish ministry hid
been nlvon misinformation as to the
conditions existing In Canada by the
Dominion   ministers  when   they   wen
in London lost summer, He likewise
took exception to the statement of the
first lord of ihe admiralty, doolarlng
that the British minister had reflected
upon the ability of the Canadian people to carry out a ureal project There
was no reason, he said, why Canada
could not do what Australia was already doing In the way of naval construction.
Mr.  ThomaB   McNutt of   Baltcouts,
For Vancouver, via Central Park
- -At 0:00 and 5:45 a.m., and every i
15  minutes  until  9  p.m.    From   9
p.m. until midnight half hourly ser- I
Sundays���At, ��:0il, 7:00. 7:?,0,
8:00 and 8:110 a.m., week day service prevailing thereafter.
For Vancouver via Burnaby- At
5:45, 6:45 and 8:00 a.m. with hourly service (hereafter until 10:00
p.m., and late car at 11:30 p.m.
Sundays���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
wllh  week  day  service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. und hourly until 11:00
Sunday���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
regular week day Bervlce thereafter.
(Connection with cars to Stoves-
ton and other points on Lulu Island is made at Kburne,
For Chllllwack and Points In
South Fraser Valley���At 9: JO a.m.,
1:20 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Polnla
At 4:05 p.m.
Ladies and gentlemen's tailoring.   A fine stcrk from
which to select your Easter Suit,
Eighth St.
Dunsmuir Block. WEDNE8DAY,  MARCH   12,  1913.
PAQt FtV��
amateur championship of Canada.
Tho American players selected aro
for tho most purt members of teams
competing In the local amateur hockey
league championship tournament.
Victoria Never In Running and Only
Score   Four  Against Twelve���
Poor Chance for Art Ross.
Vanoouver, March 11 The l'atnr-
sou OUPholderS got a severe licking
this evening ut the bauds of un All
.Slur outfit oompossd of players from
Vancouver and Westminster teams,
lhe hitter running up a total of 12
jtimls to Ihelr opponents' four. The
result w-as never In doubt although
the score  by  nu means Indicates the
I.i hniiin. c.rlffls and Johnson, for the
All Stars, proved almost an Impregnable defense while the wort of ths
forward line was a continual source
id worry at the Capital's breastworks,
nut man   made a good  Impression,
���coring three goals, while being effective at buck 'in cklng,
The result of this evening's game
leaves the Impression that Art Uoss
and his eastern bunch will find it
hard sledding when they arrive on the
enlist   for a iiriis against tlie pick of
Vanoouver and Westminster
Jimmy Gardner and Slbby Nichols
bandied   the  game  which   was  by  no
means rough.
Goal Summary.
first period Oenge (Vic); Oatman
(A.S.i; Kendall (A.S.l; llrlfifi (A.Si,
Kendall  (A.8 I; Oatman (A 8.)
Second period -Oatman (A.8.) 1 Tay
lor (A.Si; Taylor (A.Si; Oenge
l Vlo.); I, I'alrick (Vic I; Taylor
(A.S.)l   Kl ndell  (A.S.)
Third period (iriffis (A 8.); li
rich   (Vic i:   Kendall   (AS)
Penaltlci I.. Patrick (Vic,); liar
ris, Oatman,  Kendall (A.S.)
Season Shoot.
The New Westminster Civilian Rifle
club hold their opening shoot of the
season at Drownvllle range on Saturday afternoon next Mr. (Jeorgo llurr
has presented a special silver spoon
for competition to Blgnullzi> the season's inauguration.
Westmlnetcr Club Call   Annual   Meet
Ing���Prospects for a Team In
Barr.e.u li Now Down to Weight a.'.d
Will  Meet Sammy Good  in  Box-
Inn  Exhibition.
Final arrangements fur the flood-
Barrieau    boxing   exhibition    :o   be
staged in the llurnaby public hail at
.'.dmoiids this evening were made lad
evening and a bumper house is Bure
to greet the leading ring artists of
Vancouver when they appear nt 8:30
o'clock this p.m.
Barrleau has had no difficulty In
getting down to weight and reports
from his training quarters yesterday
Indicate that the former Sapperton
hoy Is already under Ihe 136 pound
Iloth mitt artists reali7e that the
battle Is nn Important one for lhe
winner is likely lo be matched wllh
Joe Ilayley, the present champion, so
thnt iho fans should be kept on edge
from the llrst sound of the gong.
The seating   arrangement    at.
monds Is  said  to be first  class
���overy   ticketholder   will   have   a
view of the proceedings.
Promoter r. B. Bnnls, of this city.
reported thai nearly every seat had
been sold out last evening, and tluit
the S. R. 0. Blgns are likely to be
hung out before the contest starts.
Jimmy Hewitt, of Vancouver, will
handle the mill.
Thou.-.ands Will Gather on the Thames
to Wat.h lhe Annual  Rowing
The lacrosse bug commenced to
work in nal earnest yesterday on Columbia : !:��� i I and from now ou the fans
of the Hoyal City Wlll I.e silting up
and taking note or tin* doings id t ie
:���'���.!, ���;, ii   lh Iiii s  and   their  chances  of
n Mining tlie world's title.
l'n silent end Manager Wells Cray
started yesterday nnd following a
little confab with Fred I.ynch, A. K.
Ki lllngton, Herb Ryall and Dave flil-
chrlst, notice of the annual meeting
will  probably   be  given  out  us  to  be
li hi on Thursday, March 20
The council  chamber ai the city
hull will likely he used lis the gathering pluce and u request lo the city
fathers for the use ot same will likely
be   made   at   Monday's   meeting.
.lust who win be manager of this
year's team is yet nn open question
although lil eyes nre turned upon
l'n d .1. I.ynch ub the mon logical
person lo handle lhe difficult job.
Now Hint Mayor Cray Is leading the
destinies of the city it will be impossible for him In even think of again
holding down lhe managerial position
although he showed great prowetw last
year when he led the team to victory
against the Green Shirts and brought
hudk the famous Minto trophy.
A rumor gained currency yesterday
that Joe Laity had just about decided
to pack his grips and leave the factory town of Cornwall for Vancouver
where he will enter the sports outfit!
Ing game and throw In his lot vith a
a coterie of Vancouvi r lacrosse men
In order to dart a second team ln the
Terminal City.
JueI what truth tin re Is in the
rumor Js uot ,y<st to hand but from
the statement l.ally handed out last
tall during his stay in this city with
Ihe Cornwall lacrosse team, that the
Coast appealed to him better than
any  place ou  lhe  globe,  there  might
he something to it.
From Victoria reports come to hand
that a professional lacrosse team for
the Capital City Is a certainty. Lionel j
Yorke, who managed an amateur
Championship team for Victoria Bouie
years back is once more lu (he game
and he has enlisted ttie services of a
profeslonal twelve for the capital.
Victoria has three hockey Etars
available for lacrosse, these being
Hobby Itowe. Tommy Dunderdale and
Skinner Poulin. Slbby Nichols, the
Vancouver hockey spare would also
like to locate In the capital together
with lid Cummins and Dot liielan,
Cornwall boys, wlu> .a/ere with Vancouver last year.
The annual meeting of the British
Columbia l.acrcrse association will be
held in this city the last week or
March. Harry Cowan at present holds
the porltlon ot president but the
mantle will probably fall upon Mr. .1
It. Agnr. first vice-president for the
season of 1918.
Hs Had Expected To See Seven
Young Msn Perform Wonders In
Co-operation, But Thsre Wers
Seven Othsr Young Msn to Thwart
Them���Degenerated Into Something
Like Politics  Bsfors Long.
The Irish playwright. Socialist nnd
critic, George Bernard Shaw is like
a religious revival. Ho wanders into
strnr.ge placea. It is not always the
elect that are called upon. But the
fact remains that Mr. Bhaw has deigned to record his impressions of Uie
most characteristic of Canadian pas-
timet If there is in his account -very
much 8haw and very little hockey,
those who know him beet can assure
us that he is making a very generous
and unusual concession in not giving
u�� all Shaw. Tlis following is whnt
he gsve out for publication, concerning a hockey game which he witnessed
in the Dominion:
"I   sm,  whpnever  I  care  to  be,   n
Socialist, Consequently, when I heard
thnt seven young men were somewhere
handed and sworn together for a com-
nun | urpose. I rtnrt'vl out to search
for thetn, feeling gratified    thnt   the
wide reading of my plays in Canada!
hnd  implanted  some  notion  of com-
munlsm,   In K> g'nnd whenever more i
thnn three nre gathsrrd together, the'
polled scent consoirncy nnd read the'
Tio'  net.  Ileing Utterly ignorant, ns to!
the extent to which Canada is blight-'
ed   by  this  characteristically   liritish i
fuir plsy,  I   was  not  without nppre- *
hension tbst my expedition might be
dangerous, I at lest found my young
111 .1, but what their roinrnon jmrf>"-������
might be I was utterly unable to discover, as there were seven other young
gentlemen equally sworn to frustrate
Walk Up Sixth street and see our display of tools.
It will pay you.
M. J. KNIGHT & CO., Ltd.
KB    ClIVTLl     tCf-rt-.fr-*-- '___ _ .   _  .
PHONE 237.
Defeat Fraser Mills Last Evening 3-0
���Moose  Outscore  Burnaby  In
Second Qame 5-3.
Amateur League S.andin-j.
Y. M. C   A.
IlcaverB   ....
llurnaby ....
Kraser Mills
K. A.
15 9
15 f,
11 7
4 5
li 9
4 8
Displaying brilliant hockey through-
seconds threw up tho Bpongo.
KHz and Maher met twice after that
and ln the last bout, held In Texas,
Poter was knocked out in- the first
round. Tbelr second afalr was a three
round exhibition In New York.
On that occasion Jim Kennedy, wbo
promoted the bout, telegraphed Maher
a proposition, offering him 20 per cent
of the gross receipts. The Irishman
who had so often came out at tbe
little ond of the horn in financial trans,
actions, decided to do a little thinking before he acepted the offer. After
Bcveral hours of labored mental research he wired Kennedy that ' be
spurned thin offer of 20 per cent of
the gross and that he wouldn't appear for a cent less than 25 per cent
of the net.
Kennedy fell over himself getting
to a telegraph office to accept this
proposal, and Peter never could get
it through his head why 25 per cent
of the net amounted to so much less
out the  15 minutes of play the B��V> than  if  he had  acepted  20 per cent
of the gross. "Begorra," said Peter,
sadly, "It's no rnorthal use to try to
get ahead of you dom'd Yankee spalpeens. 'T1b a shame so It 1ft, to treat j
a poor trustin' Irishman in such a
scandalous way."
ers Whitewashed the Kraser Mills team
last evening at the arena tu the tunc
Of three goalB to nil uud showed
themselves capable of giving any aggregation In the league a dose race
for honors before the season is flnlBh-
i.d two weeks hence.
The    Circle    K.    aggregation were
in aten from the first drop of the puck
and  even  their  most  rabid  admirers 	
were  forced  to admit  a  well  earned  Colonel McRae Cup Is Now on View���
Victory to the  Heavers.    The lumber- Last  Word   In  Silverware.
jacks played a great game to be surej    The  Colonel   Mcllae   trophy   which
and never conceded a defeat until the
lart bell had sounded so that from a
spectator's point of view, last evening's encounter will go down as the
best among the amateurs.
Star  Defence  Work.
The   real   star  of   the   proceedings
was Williamson playing cover for the
Heavers.    Time  and   again   this   boy,
would stop the rushes of the French- alKl the fans' onco tlu'>' eet a 8"mpse
men  so that the work of Swan and  at ***'' CUP  wi��  fcel likt' doffing  the
has been donated to the Westminster
Amateur Hockey league by Colonel A.
D. McRae of the Kraser Mills, arrived
| in the city yesterday and is now on
I exhibition   in   the  store   windows   of
W. C. Chatnberlin, the Jeweler.
i    The   trophy   represents   just   about
the  last   word  ln  athletic  silverware
Suffragettes or no suffragettes, the
usual throngs of people will line the
famous river Thames Thursday afternoon on both the Middlesex nnd Surrey sldi s cf the rtrenm to witness the
annual race between Oxford and Cam-.
bridge crewr. i
tlnuiuiil cundltlnns featured the race
last, year, both teams being swamped
In the OhlswlCk reach through a wind
tionn and a second race was made
Oxford has won the last four races
Wtth   "Dicky"   Bourne   at   stroke  but I
the trials this year Indicate that thci
���crews are evinly matcbei.1 and a win'
Tor   the   (.antahs   Ib   not" unexpected. I
iiie annual race is lookid forward
to by people in all parte, of the world. |
the submarine cable flashing the news
to every Uritit-ii possession connected by cable while even In the Culled
States thousands of people follow
lhe race and try to compare the dark
and light blue crews with those of
Yale and  Harvard.
>        OVER  THE   FOUL  LINE. *
Playing three men naile, q-eiiiir
team In the house league defeated
Whitkiin's aggregation on the l.lui.
alleys lasl evening. Low scoring was
the rule, the following Ilgures deno:
Ing lhe play:
Collier 152    134    12<
Oalbraltb  131   188   13"
Smith  (Capt)    142    105    14:
426    437    431
Furness  124   221   117
Johnson  129   188   180
Whitlam (Cnpli   149    137    IBS
402    521    39.",
Next   Qame���Ingram   vb.   Garrett,
Thursday night.
Tonight���Y, M. C. A. at Club alleys.
Return match.
American All-Stars Wlll Clash with
Winnipeg Outfit.
New York, Murch 11. -Selection of
a team of all American stars to play
the best hockey team In Canada In
tills city In the near future was announced tonight.
The Canadians probably will be the
All-Stars of Winnipeg, which recently
defeated the Wlnnlpegs, holders of
the Allan cup, which represents   thc
* ANNALS. ���
1892���Peter Maher quit In the 12th
round of his bout with Hob Fltz-
plmmonB at  New Orleans.
1907- Packey McFarland knocked out
Joe GilUgnn in the eighth round
at Davenport. Ia.
1907-Ad Wolgast defeated .lack No
Ian In tix rounds nt Milwaukee.
1907���Jim Harry r.topped Martin
Hums In two rounds at Milwaukee.
1907���Johnny Coulon outpointed
Young Fitzgerald in eight
rounds at  Milwaukee.
1909 -Marvin Hurt defeated Tony
Uoss, foul In 13 rounds at New
1912-Young Shugrue went in as a
substitute und defeated Louis de
ol'nthlcti, French, In 10 rounda
nt   New   York.
1912 -Owen Moran, Kngiish, outpointed Pal Moore In 10 rounds at
New York.
Mil.  0,   llKIINAlin SHAW.
that purpose. I had expeced a Socialistic love feast. 1 found rival tastes
In costume. Still, as I have never yet
encountered any two Socialists who
pronounce Marx lhe same way and al
1 myself nm of course, utterly unlike
any other living Socialist, and do not
prcoounce Mnrx nt all, my Intellectual
aplomb was not in the least shaken by
this discovery of a rift in the ranks of
Socialism. On the contrary, 1 was now
rid ol nil danger fr-nn the police, for
thii situation was just English party
|nili..rs. quite ill-nntcred, and latently
sahguinsry, l-ut highly respectable, 1
even farcied tlmt I could detect n
faint sroma of bishop and Established church.
"Seeing that Socialism was in the
usual hopeless cui de sac wherein
terminate sll varieties of my own. I
vtnp about to leave when I noticed
thul all fuirt"e.i young gentlemen had
formidable looking bludgeons in their
bands. I inferred that since amicable
communism had proved impractible
they were prepared to apply the
philosophical principles of my "Man
and Superman" and to realii" their
purpose by the simple process ot ejecting from thc world whether ol id?as or
objects, all those opinions and persons which were objectionable to
them. Two cr three were quickly despatched alt��r some very witty ni|l
vivacious repartee with the bhldgeonj
ond - was beginning to count conli-
dentlv on th" speedy odvent ot a sole
surviving superman, whan, to my dis-
gu_,t, their places were tnken by others. Clearly there wns some phi'jstin ���
censorship belli nl the scenes that
would not let this interesting philosophic drama work out its own solu-
tlon along the natural lines of destructive evolution. I could not
tolerate such tyrannous suppression oi
the right* of Iree sp<vch and unimpeded skull splitting, so I clapped on
my hnt and left the theatre, merely
lingering long enough to ascertuin the
name of tin censor's victim.
"This 'Game of Hockey' to judge by
the one act which I did not see will
i-i spite of the censorship which ls
none the l<\ss a villsnous Institution
even ,f the villni.i disguise liimse'f as
a referee, enjoy a long run on H,'
boards. It has to be sure two goals,
nml n goixl drama's nim should be
single end definite, but Ihe public thai
stays nwny Irom Candida and 'The
Doctor's Dilemma' will never notice a
triH'.e like thnt. I hnve no doubt thai
Wllh its attractive slashing ol shilie.
!ah�� it would succeed belter in Hub
lin than my own John Hull's other
Island. It might perhaps be tnk*,n in
New York for n poetical crytogrnm by
Maeterlink, the ,urte~n wild-eyed and
much perspiring young demons vio-
lenty assailing a passive and unr--
fisting object���tlie puck they call il.
1 j a despicable larceny from 8hak: s
peore���these fourteen young men Icing. I say, symbolical of Ihe wor'dly
spirits that crush the poftical soul.
In London where there are no poetical
souls it would be violcnty resented as
a sutire on the House of Lord*.
"1 huve always held that the stage
hns ns powerful a moral function ns
th:; church, inr like the church it puis
a print many persona to sleep. At
'The Cinm" of Hockey,' however, I
msde excellent use of my ears if not
ol my eyes and observed that all the
nuditnee wns very wide awake and
extremely onthusiaatic.
Swanson forming the rest of the defence for the Heavers was comparatively easy.
Dunbar in goal for Fraser Mills
displayed his usual brilliance and
kept down the score of the opposition,
saving almost sure goals In his usual
cool way.
A  Free for All.
One feature which is not mentioned
In the book on hockey rules was the
free for all between Lake and Brown
which was followed by a near riot until
the cool heads separated the combat-
lonts. Lake and Urowu adorned the
j fence for five minutes.
The lineup and summary follow:
Heavers.  ��� Coal.  Swanson;   point.
Swan;     cover.     Williamson;
Lake;;  centre,  Kenny;    right
Hastle; left wing. Sutherland.
Fraser  Mills���Coal,  Dunbar;
'Pearson;  cover, Lett
hat to the head of the Western Canadian Lumber Company for his generosity,
Uunning from the cup to the base
Is a pair of crossed hockey sticks
with a puck lying in the centre, all I
made of solid silver, while plenty of!
space is left on the bast tn attach engraved plates denoting the winners
for the different seasons.
Another fact that might be mentioned in connection with the gift is that
lit  was    purchased    through  a  local
Three Pitchers,
point, |    Sacramento,    Cal,    March 11.���The
rover, Beckett-1 Chicago  Americans used three veter
jDecaire;  centre, Boileau;  right wing,Ian   pitchers  against  the   Sacramento
iUox; left wing, Brown. iteam of the Coast league, and won to1
fleferce, Ken Mallen; judge of play,  day. 7-3     Six of the Sox  runs  were
J   Howard;  umpires. Tom Hennle, E.jmade In the fifth off Frank Arellanes,
, McArthur; timers, Fred Lynch, C H.: one-time  big  leaguer.    Score:
I Bourne. | R.    H.   B.
I    Ooal summary���Lake (B.) .41; Lake [Chicago     7    10     1
(B.) 6:00; Lake (B.) 4:50. Sacramento    3     8     1
Penalties ��� Brown    (F.M.I;    Lake i    Batteries:  Walsh, Lange, Benz and
(Bl;  Brown (K.M.I;  Lett  (FM.) 'Schalk;   Munsell,  Arellanes, Williams
Moose  Defeat   Burnaby. land Bliss.
The    second    game,    between    the 	
Moose   and   Burnaby,   while   not   dis-1 Regulars Start Homeward.
Playing the same class of stick hand-i San Antonio, Tex., March 11 ���The
iing, was of an interesting character, J Philadelphia American league team
the Moose winning out to the tune of'defeated the local Texas leaguers to-
5-3, |day,  8-1.     Houck,   Plank  and   Harrell
Chaput  made  his  reappearance  on j alternated as pitchers for Philadelphia,
the   Moose   team   and   signalized   the I The   Philadelphia  regulars   will  start
event   by   scoring   three   of   the
ln the first period the herd had the
better of the play by their cotnblna-
j tion work but the suburbanites made
I a good showing In the second" period,
giving Bill Graham plenty of work to
perform. MeLeod for the Moose and
; Worke for Burnaby featured the sec-
: ond game.
The line-up and goal summary follow:
Moose- Coal. Graham;    point,   Mc-
JLeod; cover, Boss; Rover, McDougnll;
centre, Chaput-Darkie; riftht wing, MeColl;   left wing, MeLeod.
Burnaby ��� Coal, Standish; point,
Corridan; cover, Mutch; rover, Yorke;
centre, Madlll; right wing, Hill; left
wing, Hall.
Referee, Ken Mallen; judge of play,
E. McArlhur; umpires, Dr. Harold J.
Jones. D. Sullivan; timers, Kred
Lynch, V. E. Andrew,
Coal tummurv ���- McDougnll (M.)
5:1S; Chaput (Ml 3:42; Chaput (M.)
3:10; Yorke (Hi ;50; Chaput (M.)
G:4.i; Mutch (B ) 1:25; MeLeod (M.)
Second  period    Madill   (Hi   6:35.
five  homeward   tomorrow.
Los Angeles, March 11.���Dazzling
with a brilliancy more radiant than a
full-flashed searchlight. California's
diamond queen, Mrs. Clara Baldwin
Stocker. $12,000,000 heiress of the late
"Lucky" Baldwin. Is the sensation
among the beautifully gowned women
who are attending the grand opera.
Gowned in a gorgeous decolleti
dress decorated with gems valued n
$363,400 and made of flashing goldfish
nct over golden satin, slit up om
side to reveal ditiinond-studded stock
ings and diamond buckled pumps, to
getlier with her sparkling diamond
crown, Mrs. Stocker appears a queer
who has stepped from a fairy bool-
waving a magic wand which turns
everything to diamonds.
Balkan Allies
MeLeod     IM.);
Mulch i
St. Louis Defeated.
Waco, Texas, March 11.���Tho St.
Louis American league team was defeated by the l'-cal Tev.-is league team
today 8-4. Sell ank, Stone and Wleld-
man, raorults, pitched for St. Louis.
Wlcldmnn ls suld to be the tallest
pitcher In cither major league.
��� (By "Gravy") ���
Peter Maher, Who Fought Fltz
21 Years Ago, an Odd un
Peter Maher, who fought his first
���Vmertoan battle with Bob Fitzslm-
mons at New Orleans 21 years ago
today, March 12, 1892, waa one of the
queerest characters in ring history.
He lacked the business head which is
a part of the equipment of most fighters of today, and was always being
Peter was a native of the 6uld sod
and was employed In a brewery in
Dublin when he begun fighting. He
was amateur middleweight champion
of Ireland when he was discovered
by Billy Madden, the American promoter and had also won the amateur
heavyweight title In England Madden wanted a man to meet the great
lohn L and he considered that Maher
might have a chance.
lirst, however, he decided to pit
his find against Pits, then a middleweight, and they were matched to
fight for a $10,000 purse offered by tho
Olympic A.C. of the Crescent City.
Muher was about 12 pounds heavier
than Bob, and made a good showing
and oa several occasions had Bob going,    ln  the  12th,  however  Maber'a
Accept Mediation
(Continued trom page one)
meantime it is declared ihat the
forces assembled on the Servian fron
tier cannot be weakened In the slightest by dispersing any oT the reservists.
Continue Hostilities.
Sofia. March 11.���The official newspaper Mir says that the Balkan allies
havo accepted the proposal for European mediation. The allies stipulate,
however, that Turkey must pay an Indemnity. Hostilities, it Is further
stated, will continue during the negotiations.
Paris March 11.���A new altitude record was established today at the Buc Aerodrome by
the French aviator Perrcyon.
He rose In a monoplane to a
height of 6000 metres, approximately 19,650 feet.
The previous world's record
was held by Georges Legan-
gneux who reached *A height of
18.776 feet at Villa Coublay on
September 17, 1912.
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The Dominion department ot marine and fisheries has now Issued certain regulations governing the operation of the swing span of the railway
bridge across the Fraser river at
New Westminster.
These regulations represent the re-
Bult of an application made**at Vancouver last year before the board of
railways commissioners by the British Columbia Electric railway company and the Canadian Western Lumber Co., Ltd., for an order dlreotlng
that thc pivoted span In tho railway
bridge over tbe Fraser river be opened for the passage up or dowu the.
river of such ships, barges, boats or
oilier vessels as could not, by tbe
adoption of a hinge or similar device,
lower their smokestacks, funnels,
masts, flagstaffs, or other similar erections and push under the bridge
without thc pivotal span therof being
lt Ib ordered that the operation of
said bridge when the pivotal apan
thereof is closed.   ,
The failure to comply with thosi
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or othor vessel after one warning by
the bridge superintendent, shall be a
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the awing span for Ihe accommoda
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concerning the matter of the protest
as ihey may deem fil; and until such
decision Ib given, or direction render
ed, tbe bridge tender shall open the
BWlng span for the purpose of allowing the said ship, barge, boat or other
vessel to pass through.
Notwithstanding anything in thesi
regulations   contained,   the   oporstloi
the pivotal or swing span of the railway bridge acrosB llie Fraser rlvor: of the swing span of this bridge ahall
at New Westminster shall be under at all times be under the control and
the direct control of the superlnton-1 direction of the bridge tender, wht
jdent of the bridge, who shall lit gov- j may ln hla discretion stop a train and
FOUND���ONE SETTER DOG WHITE erned bv *** following regulations In  block or otherwise direct traffic either
black spot on left eye, one on top
of back. If not claimed before tho
14th will be sold Apply City Pound-
keeper, police station. (841)
where.    No collection, no    charge.
Ihe operation of thc same
across the bridge or on the water In
The signal to be given by a steam- such manner as, in his opinion, ma
er to have the swing opened, shall be j best suit the exigencies of any par-
three long blasts of the whistle. | ticular case or set of circumstances
The span shall be opened with thc  demanding or calling  for any altera
least possible delay upon received the tlon or deviation from these rules,
prescribed   signal,    excepting    where      No ship, barge, boat or oilier ves
King and Queen   Follow   Latt   Summer's Plan of Getting Into Touch
With   People.
London, March 11.���lt is announced
Lord Tredegar, Senior Officer of 17th
Lanceri After Charge, Dies
In Wales.
London. March 11.��� Viscount Trede-
officially that a provisional program  Kar> 0,le ��' "K! f��w who returned from
for the visit of the king and queen to | Hi! P***'9 ,��i *���, *''���������"��� ***>** *
.���.,,.. ^ the battle of Balaclava  d       ������ ������ ���
Lancashire ln thc summer, which was  hl3 hoiU(, iu Momuouthsh..
submitted by Lord Derby, has   been  82 years old.   There Is no
Tenders, ln duplicate, endorsed
"Hospital for tbe Insane," for the supply of clothing, dry goods, tailor's fittings, boots and shoes, shoemakers'
fittings, meat, fish, milk, vegetables,
groceries, feed, drugs, etc., for tho
use of the Bald Institution, and the
furnishings   ot funerals, from the 1st
,t,���  iw.t.i,.  ���r   ,,   i     , _.,_,.. iuiiiihuiokh    ui  iiiiirriiis,   1
Lancashire in the summer, which was j  �� h��������ta ffiEtfc*urn.   n��� *��> ��f Apr" next to thc 3,Rt "' Marc"
  m***9fM i" MomuoutUshire.    He was 11914    wlll   b   eceredelvshrdl  hrdlhrdl
approved by His Majesty. I UU. of Viscount Oourtenay <&&���*���! K��tag^ ^uWT noon 'on
JThejour of the country will follow   M"!'K''"' a ITl,0",0' ���*. ���""'** uaro'' !Saturday, the 15th proximo,
oTTbT lines of the tour  of Yorkshire' iloLar "        '      U��tt  of  lh" **nWWli  required  can
ww* w^b^lKno-S^^leh^'^h^rd Mt��fe^V?5? WS?
Tbe king ami queen will be Ik! ifcr .C,, ^ , !L Tw sufficient sureties for the dim
gueBts of Lord Derby at Knowsley,; tain Morgan ftie mT linci"��� ! ". 'T' ��f CaCh C��"tniCt *'" b"
and tbey will leave the residence each  ***** I, M M *��& ���,��� .,���. ���, conal(](>r0lJ ���,,.
������iv."!.   if ,." 7 ��,f  DMth' ''���" m��de ����l ��n  the  forms,  which
We, the Light Brigade, were drawn  can  be obtained  from  the  llursar of
morning and return at night
Addresses will ho presented by tbe
corporations and  universities of  Li
^^n!l!,a��cli-t"L^,boro"����<,f:n!e,:g SS SSSta'pAff J��ii,ta"0BpUalor'"" "n',*"sl��"1"1
(v,���,t.,]_h������,   ,, --   r    -.,.���<..,., A.  CAMPBKLI.  ItKDDIK,
( ounty | about three quarters ot a mile,  wall- Deputy Provincial Secretary.
ing, I had imagined, for infantry    to |    Provincial  Secretary's  Office,  27tli
Salford  and   the   Lancashire
Helens,   Preston,   Accrlngton,   Black-��� ade   will   attack    the        .,S     ,
burn and Oldham.   The mayor Of each will  I    a L ��� t��d     v ">  CORPORATION  OF THE  DISTRICT
ThT M J     ltCd Wl" "e preBenU,d  toiand Uth and ��h' '      '' 0F BURNABY.
there Is a train actually with the
"home signals" of the interlocking
system, or In motion towards the
bridge between the "distant" and the
American-Vancouver  Mercantile Ag-  ",        ��� , ��� ,
ency,  336  Hastings    street,    west,    home    Bignals  at the op"OB't,,  end
Vancouver, B. C.
of the bridge: Provided, however,
that where two trains are approaching
the bridge within the "distant signals"
at the time when a signal is given
sel shall attempt to pass through tin
said bridge span until tbey have re-
celved from the bridge tender the nee
essary signals Instructing them tha-
the passage ls clear.
There Bhall be erected and malntali
ed at each end of the swing span pro
tection In the said bridge In Buch a
position   as  can   be   seen   by   vessel*-
by a  vessel,  as  hereinafter  provided i approaching the bridge from both Ul
Marked  tenders for furnishing and  for'   a   traln  of  flUPerlor  class   aha"  a,ld  down  th��  '���**���*������    a��    automat'-"
tioiMd , l��� f" ��f th8lr P��81 : Notice is hereby given that the
felt it was a C-m V���^ B"P",'"'t' IC'��"rt of *'>Mo<* <>'">" Assessment
grasoliL,,r.,rr���,i iv ,, ?',',:t' bul- *>�� of ,hlB Municipality will be held
we went We hu< y, ' "^ "Wil> '��> ���**��� Municipal Hall. Kdmonds, B.C..
we went, we had not gone many ... Tiieadnv March
yards before we were under Tire of1 ""',<u,>' M'lH"
the  first  heavy   battery  on  our  left,
Iven  to  tbe assessor  In  writing    at.
o'clock in the forenoon.
his heart and  his horse carried  him
i back to  us.    He  was a  dashing  fel
German Diplomats Forbidden to Marry!'0*- an(1 wl,h a s,llilc on his face was
riding   about   twenty   yards   in   front
of us.
the  flrnt   .h���i'_,   .., :',    ,,,,  V    I    Notice of any complaints miiBt    bo
Nolan   a soltater ����.1, V'��   V����l!elven  t0  tb" aBB<,SBOr  ">  writl"��    **'
hi" Wn8S"^hr,.^i,��.rl!.?.lJ.l,.^,?hi>'wt  ten   ,101   days  previous  to  .he
inet makers. Westminster Woodworking Co., Lulu Island. (811)
wanted; day or contract. References.   Box 805 News. (805)
large corner lot, one block from
12th street and close to city. Price
52500; cash $250, balance as rent.
Room 419 Westminster Trust Building. Thomas Rutledge Brokerage
Co (846)
ing town.   908 St. Andrew's St. (830)
house,  modern  in  every  particular.
Extra toilet  in  basement;   furnace.
stationery tubs; lot 66x132.    One of
��� the finest corners in the city. Price
and terms     Apply to owner, E. J.
Bangs,  Phone  L1024. (836)
equipment for the new hOBpitSlbUild-1 ?ave V*efere**��� W�� traln <>f inking will be received by the under-ilor claf9' am shall be permitted to
signed. Detailed lists may be obtain- f0,88 th, brldf', a"d *e1Jtra,n ,?f !"'
ed at hospital. Tenders either in fe^or cla8,8 8ha" bl he d u,nt'1 .the
whole or in part must be In the hands saidilve88lel Klv|ng the signal before
of the secretary not later than 12 me_ntioned Pas��e8 through the bridge
o'clock, noon, Wednesday, March 19,
(840)       D.   S.  WITHERS,   Secretar>
Three roomed furnished suite with
bath, hot and cold water; heated.
Vacant March 17.
Bradley Apartments.
1218 Fifth Avenue. Phone 750.
gauge, which shall indicate at all
stages of the tide the clearance between the level of the water and the
underside of the lowest member of
the structure.
Any Foreigner���Britain Not so
sitting of the Court.
O. II. STEI'KENS. Assessor.
Dated at Edmonds, this 25th day   of
February,1913. (731)
"On we went, the pace Increasing
amidst the thickest shower of ahell,
|Bhot, grape, cannistcr, and minle from
front and flanks, horses and men drop
ping by scores every yard.   The whist
Subdivision, North road, on proposed tram route to Port Moody,
trom $300 up. For pick of these
choice cleared and uncleared lots
apply al once to E. Wiltshire, North
road, Burqultlam. Phone F1250.
three room liouse. with bathroom
attached;   lot    all    cleared;     large
. woodshed In rear. $1151). $100 cash
See Aehworth, Twelfth avenue,
East Burnaby. (829)
near car.
month.    No. 85.
shall be fitted for night signals with
spectacle castings and lamp, one to
display a red light and the other a
green  light.
The normal position of this signal
shall be, "bridge closed," that is to
say, in the daytime the arms shall
| extend at right angle.1, to the pole fac-
| Ing up and down the stream; at night
[the signal "bridge closed" shall be indicated by the red spectacle light.
In  the daytime the signal,  "bridge
opening"   shall   be   iodic ted   by   the
arms of the semaphore In  the upper
_.. quadrant, that is to say iu the verti-
Five roomed  house m centre of city, leal  position;    at    night    the    signal
$1800;  $250 cash, $25   a! "bridge   opening"   shall   be   indicated
jby the green spectacle light.
House and  Large    Lot    on  Eleventh I    ln ,hick atld t0Kgy weather' th�� siK
London,  March  II.���To be a mar
In  thick  and  foggv  weather a  fog,   ied d|Plomat >'��u must be more than  llng  and  cracking  of Bhells  was  be-
and the swing span ls again closed.     I signal  shall  be continuously sounded   a a|P'��n>at-   You must be able to rule  J'0,'"1. a" description.
Erect  Semaphores. from the bridge, and the sound there-  y"ur lleaI-t *���'*���*��� >'��"r *--*&. and above I      Ull<;er this we went for three quar-
On the top of the steel work of the of shall be distinct from the signals',' yo" mUBt have selected a woman J8���018 mlle' ll'e enemy's guns fir
swing span, at a point about 50 feet referred to in subsection (cl of ror your wlfe who is abll! to keep a n�� '" 'T0*** of u�� until we were with-
north of the tower house there shall | clause. 3 hereof. | secreL    But should a diplomat marry   ln a J'8��� "nd a half of them..    Just,
be  erected  a double  arm  semaphore |    These  regulations  to  become effee- ,a w'omaI1 who Is not of his own coun-  as ' ca,n,e close to one it went off and   TUp   Oripnt'il   Cnnirurt   Pn
signal,   the  pole  of  which  shall    be  tlve on and after the 31st dav of May  l,ry     Aud if he doe8 would hH ���"-' ���'��� jnat"rally round we"t niy horse. ; iuc  W,HUW   V^Ollirdtl   -^O.
painted   white,  and   the  arms  paint-  - . ; danger ot being betrayed by his own! turned him  round and  put  him t Mi-   . .     .
ed  orange-yellow.      This    semaphore I w',p:? a| " "gain and got through  the cav-i _ _ __. _
fill    kl\\l   \llt\Uka\ lheso 1uesti0"s irlao  from  the in-lalr>'   retreating  the  other  side.     Not,I|0~|_      _��     M^,..*���,-.1
LAN    ANl    TTUmAN Hmations  ot  the    German     Imperial   more tha" a dozen of the Seventeen    DSIIIK     Ol      lY10IUr6<U
Phone 1277
Westminster Trust Block.
Why don't you own a pool
room. Clear profit $200 per
month. Located centter Columbia street.
These questions arise from the in!alry retreating the other side. Not
I situations of tlie German Imperial more than a dozen of the Seventeen
chancellor forbidding German diplu-'.", a,ul lht' sain<' number of lhe Thir-
mats to marry  foreigners  because  il   tee"th were to be seen; so we turned |
$1350;   $250  cash,   $2
nal   from   the  bridge  shall  be   a   fog
,110m blown iu lhe manner following
RFAT   THK    PFfTIDn ?   18 sald Am*8|,l<��H women cannot keep.t0 conl1' hack, knowing that we could irAD1T..   ,..  ..,,   , ���-r������   ���
DLAI     llllj   nLtUnU i !a secret.   The prohibition Is explained  "ot ho'd the guns we had taken. CAPITAL (Pald-Up) ....$16,000,000.00
ton the ground that it will tend to pre- Al1  Th��t Waa  Left  of  Them. RESERVE   $16,000,000.00
  I vent the possibilities of the  leakage!,   "T1"' 8th, 4th and 11th followed us      nr.,n���,,���a   ,hr���.,  ,     .   ,.
of Germany �� diplomatic secrets   and ,ln  and  suffered  nearly- as  much    aa  v. i ?   i,, Bi' Ut ,Canada    anJ
South African Lady Rivals Henry VIII.   it ia reported from  llerlin  tbat here-  ourselves.     <v��   ����w   the   enemy   be-.,    V v      v    ��� \ .    '"   1'0lld0"'   En8'
after all  diplomats  who disobey  this  twe6n ua a,ul home and at Ihem  wc   |?'5.     ���   ?��',k' , lllcaf.�� and Spokane
injunction will Le regarded as having   went-    '  <���"'  down  one  fellow  a.t tuf.�����    wJ.if*... y'.   ,A  KPneral
resigned from the diplomatic servi e !''a�� <>��* of my fellows through with ^D< reoit Tss'Ile'd f���iThl!,d' f"
In America the leaders of the fem!a la'"=��. a"d digging my spurs in my ' I'^l't^ I, ail ����,i,,'.." ��m"
Inist movement have taken the prohibl horse's sides he went at It as he has espoBdeDta ln a" l'artB of ,he world-
tion to be directed In particular again- ofte" Bone at the big fences in Mon ; Savings Bank Department-Deposits
st them and they are very Indignant. , "louthshlre. received  In  sums of  $1  and  upward
They suggest themselves that the true  .    ���  Kot through  them   with  only  a ! and Interest allowed at 3 per cent ��er
reason for the German marriage pro- '. "'*' lanep Pokes, which I managed to annum (present rate)
more crundehildren than  Mrs. Tbeila  hlblticn to foreign  women is because  -farl"y' bl" the number of men had divan  Wych. a widow  who lives   near ; the Germans think the American wo-   "ilnlshed.    wp had to retire through
here, let her speak up, for Mrs.   Van | men cannot keep a secret.    They a3    a shower of minle bullets and we re*
-Forty-Nine   Children���270
Pretoria, South Africa, March 11. ���
If any woman in the world can boast
more   marriages,  more  children,  and
House and corner lot, Sapperton. 1)oat and ils a signal for "bridge clos-
$11)00; one-third cash. Lot 65x120.18d" lw0 ,0,lR blasts of the fog horn
No. 3-1. shall be blown and repeated at inter-
I vals  of  len  seconds;   mi   when  thc
Comfortable  cottage,  Sapperton, near j bridge is ready to be opened, and as
(1)   In   answer  tn  n   si*_-n-.l   fr���m   ���,, v '   ..    '.     . ,       T*","11   "'   """���    ***  men cannot  Keep a secret.    They  as-" ��"��w"i  "'  "nine uuueis ami we re
boat and asTi anal for "hrldze c'l s I WZSk Cla1"'" ?.8 "**"���*?""? I Bert that they can, and question who ; ormed in rear of the Heavy  Brigade
She is now 78 year old.    When not * ther  a  German   woman
1 numbered off 33
We went in-
yet IX, Miss Theila de Beer was mar- secret belter than her American sis- ,0 notion 145 In the morning, the 13th
ried to I'etrua .lacbus Lubbe, Who ter. They point out too that anuin lo8t mor'-' and the other three about
.'���i ii  t  -��� if later, having her with one | ber of German diplomatists are mar.   half their number.
Total Assets over $186,000,000 00.
0. D. llltYMNEIt.  Manager.
milker, without blemish. Will be
milking about the middle of April.
For further particulars apply W. E.
Kales, City. |S19)
basement; nicely finished inside;
plastered; on 50x150 foot cleared
lot, ready for gardening; water,
electric liglu; macadamized street
with sidewalk. I'rice $3250, casli
$750, balance to suit. Apply Owner,
George Matyear, Twelfth avenue.
East llurnaby. (8071
.,���...,...,.   w�����a.,   oi^tran,  near   unuge is reauy  io ue opeueu. ana U   inn     T,.n  mnnlha *,fl,.r hio H_,���,l,  -u.     .   .                ..j.-u,,,.... a,-.   ,���-.,- 	
ir.    $1600;  easy terms. No   Er        a   signal   for   ''bridKe  onened"   three1 months a ter his death she   ri,.rt   l0  American   hiSesses,  and   in-        ��ur   ,ne8s   w'3  BadlJr   shortened -
long blasts of tl fog hon, sh-ill b> I w[^?lnmr,'K��'! to a w Idowor with thrc-e | Btanc�� Count John Bernstorff. the'0' seven, only two remained sound;
> good house, on lot 132 feet i y0wn and reneate at In terv. Us of eh"dm,'- ?" ma **?? ��"? "�� !*"" P8���8'" ambassador at Washington.'<>"* ��a�� klllorf. and others wounded
,uare.     .Vice   U000.     West    end.  ten  secml, and cltinueli mull  ill   ^ ^u^^ ,Uld ^ "^ ,taM  *>��  i8  ''''"^   **>   ���*���   former   Miss   The  worst   of   the   whole   thing   �����
ve9sel has Paa����l through and ls clear      Eve months "Iter another widower' LuckemeJ'er. of N��*   York. that the enemy still  retained  posses
.��  .v...   ,._,_,      m_.,_  _,__-.   , .   . ewe moiuns laier anoiner widower; t_.i,_.   ..   11..1..1.. son of the erniuid   and thev im no.*
stove.   Canada's   Pride   Malleable
Ranges $1.00 down, $1 00 per week.
Canada Range  Co., Market  square,
No. SI.
Six   roomed   houae,   lot  50x150,  weet
end.    Price $3800.   No. 82.
Well  built five  roomed    cottage    for
$2500;   good terms.    East   end.  No
We sell fire insurance. Strong British
board companies.
Curtis  Block, New Westminster, B.C,
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned, marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 12 o'olock noon, Wednesday. March lllth, 1918, for supplying this Hospital from April 1st, 11)13,
to March 31st, 1914, with the following:
Bread   (while  and   brown).
Milk    (per gallon I    and cream (per
Pint),  in  sealed  bottlcB.    Samples to
be submitted.
Wood,  Blabs   (per  cord).
Coal   (lump and  washed  nut),    anthracite   (lump   and   nut,  in   carload
lots), at per ton.
Detailed   lists   of   drugs,   groceries,
meats and  fish  may  be obtained    at
llie Hospital.    The    lowest    or    any
���tender not necessarily accepted.
Hoyal Columbian  Hospital,
New  Westminster,   B.C. (808)
Completely Cured by 6IN PILLS
Re Lot 4, of Illock 19, of part of Sec
tion 3,    Illock 3 North.    Rangu   ?
West, Dlstriet of Now Westminster.
A certificate of lndofea��ibln title to
above property will be Issued to Frank
N. Trltes, on tho 12th day or April. Mr. W. O. Reid, of Hamilton, Ont.,
1918, unless In tho meantime a valid, one of the beat known and most highly
objection thereto bo made to me In I respected commercial travellers in
writing by a person or persons claim-, Canada, was a cripple from Rheumatism
ing an estate or Interest therein, or l a"cl snBered terribly. GIN PILLS
in any part thereof. I cured him.   M r. Reid writei as follows:
vessel has passed through and ls clear
of the bridge. This signal is not to
be confused with the fog signal., described in paragraph 8 hereof.
Fixed Smokestacks.
The said span shall be opened only
for the passage up and down the river
of all such ships, barges, hoats, or
other vessels as cannot, by the adep-
tion of a hinge or similar der ice, lower their smokestacks, funnels, masts.
flagstaffs or other similar erections
and   pass  under  any   portion  of the
that the enemy still  retained  posses
... ,      ,      ,     ,, , Take  it  Quietly. Bl��n of the ground, and they are now
f -'t T ,       K,el    ,   \    !', b���,,Bht      Oiplomatic circles in  lindon. how-   forming Intreuchments.    We are now
more ��� w' r"\   rSt .'"t, SHVW1   <!Ver' are ������ >�� banned at the edict ; moved to the  Heights above Sebasto-
more children were born to them  In  0, Ull, German imperial  chancellor      I P��'-     Storming  Ib  expected  daily.    1
i's ,il:,T .'ri"8 l',at  PT/d     etTi     A  well   known   Ly.     who    moves  ����� afraid .here will be slaughter   .."
remafne d" alon^ iT' .hi!^ht!!���   mUOn  in   *****  <*****�����  ���**���*  ^  'he!     When   young   Morgan   go.   back   he
elml n f     f eighteen   prohibition  was  not  new. ! found that he wus the senior office,
7.    ,���!!���!    tau'.       . ... "Il  ha3  oecn  a  kind of  unwritten i��r those not wounded, and consequent j
widower   .lis   . I,t   w-iih   Lut   iWtl \lllw "' Germany for the last 20 years"  Ur lu command, there being only two  Tel. 724
I, h    1   1    1   ������ !hc  8ftid'   "tl,at  Uerman  diplomatists   others,   both   junior   to   him.   in   the!	
,"���. ,hle,��r    ^lm,  four   T,. ' .!?  Should not    marry    foreign    women   same position-Lieutenant  Wombwell
thfrty WaS Wlth; Quite   a  number   of   them.   howeUr.   and  Cornet  Cleveland.
have  thrown  prudence  to  the  winds
PHONE   R 1031.
Employment Agency
l'roui��t attention given to orders.
S��7 Frent St.. New Westminster, B.C--
D. McAulay
Cor. Sixth and Columbia.
ESrk&rr s:u,rbe^i-dr;-- <*?;�� v,e,diciaip8 vrr
brave enough to wed her Every year: l')^r,8��� \ Ilo!abl(,. in!"a��ce ��as ���**�����������<'
She bore him a child until ten. had SSSi'S? TT"r Wh<!" ht> l^A
be.n added to the flack. This made: ^ ,'llM|t_10 J,he l"\7,,Ul" a" K"B"Bl'
forty altogether ' '      y'        3 Cornwallls-Wesl,  embassy
After  Klopper's  death  she remain-1!",'-"'A'1""'    "Ut ^fu^1109 '""'    ,'"
ed a widow for two years.   Then she ,e!Ile tlle 8er,vlci' of lht' Ci,'r,!ia" d",lc
was married to llcdrik van Wyck. (W,�� f0^ '" ",,18(:l"lcn,CP-      ,
t widower with five children.   She bore L   ll  l8_,w";1"   ll!?   <>nwrlttJan    aw  '''
,hif four more.    This made forty-nine   disregarded that the old order Is sent
all told.
Piano  Reduced   $10 . Each
day until Sold.  Today
Frank Major Music and
Piano House.
;. _V:   Gl Sixth St.       >
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,
New   Westminster,  B.C.,  February
28th, 1818.
The person or persons having In
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requostod to deliver tho
same to the undersigned.
(a) Deed dated the 28th day of
November, 1893, from Prank N. Trltes
to Thomas Bennett of the above described property.
(b) Deed dated the I2th day of
November, 1894, from Thomas Bennett
to Arnold Bennett of the above described property.
(c) Deed dated the 12th day of
October, 1900, from Arnold Bennett to
Oeorge W. Shay of the above described property.
(7f,4) District Registrar of Titles.
"I have been for the last two years a
cripple with M iscular and Inflammatory
Rheumatism. I tried almost everything
known to medical science to relieve nie
of the intense pain and inflammation.
I ioujdit change of climate in Kentucky
and other Sou-hern points without relief.
Your mannger in this city recommended
GIN PILLS hud I have since taken eight
boiesanil am now cured. I comider
GIN 1'ILLS the conqueror of Rhcu-
nutism aud Kidney Diseases."
Gin Mils is sold with a positive
Ciarantee to cure or money promptly
refunded. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50.
Sample free it you write National Drug
and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited,
Toronto. 142
OUI again, and its repetition now Is
; probably  due to the  recent   marriagi
of another German diplomatist to b
j foreign ladv.    Young members of the
German diplomatic service who mar
! ry   women  of   foreign   h'rth  find   if
they are not given a significant hint
II Girls Had Reached Home After
Party���Rusalan   School   Board
la  Severe.
Vienna, March 11.���The recent dis-
Van Wyck's death has Just been re-
Transvaal. During these sixty years
many of Mrs. van Wyck's children
were married. Today she rejoices In
being grandmother to 270 children.
She is still In good health and the
number of her grandchildren Is increasing with Buch rapidity that she
has ceased to pretend to' keep track ot 'S-westnoteO. I colleges of tho   dual   monarchy   has
them. "The German   prohibition  of  these  brought  comparison   to   the   working
marriages   ia  naturally   disappointing
to American women, who love to dab
ble In diplomacy, and more often than
; that their  resignations would  be ex-; mission and general opposition In Aus
Ipected���that all chance of promotion Urla to co-education In the schoolBand
Love   Romance   Is   Associated   With  no1 n,,d that lholr husbands are made
Tragedy of Egyptian Lady. It0 Uavu ll,H Service
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l'nrls, March 11 -There Ib much
mystery as to the Identity of a
wealthy Egyptian lady, believed to
be well-known in Russian society, who
has met a tragic fate ln a leadlug hotel
on the south bank of the Seine.
Every erfort is being made to keep
her name and antecedents secret.
From the few facts which have leaked out It appeared that the woman,
wbo is young and handsome, arrived
at the hotel with two maids, and took
a suite of rooms. She Beldom went
out, and did not receive any visitors.
The other morning, at about eeven
o'clock, a maid on entering her mis
tress's room, found her In bed In a
dying condition. She had shot herself In the abdomen with a revolver
and still clenched the weapon In her
band. She died a few hours later
without having regained consciousness.
A love romance is Bald to be associated with the tragedy. According
to rumor tho lady had fallen passionately In love with a French gentleman belonging to n well-known and
wealthy family. Recently he had to
return home, and after his departure
the lady became very depressed, ln
the hope of renewing the acquaintance
she came to Paris, and falling In her
object returned to her hotel and shot
The Wiser Way.
"Here In Kngland thc marriage of
a British diplomatist to a foreign woman Is more common than in any
other diplomatic service In the world
Yet, curiously enough, British dlplo
mats wlll themselves tell yon, as Indeed, will those of any other country.
that a member of a country's diplomatic service Is first and foremost
a representative of bis country, nnd
that It is wiser that he should marry
a woman of his own nationality.
"The Right Hon. Sir Fairfax Leigh
ton Cartwrlght, the British ambaasa
dor lo Vienna, has for his wife ar
Italian lady- -the Marchese Chigl Zon
dodarl, while his first secretary. Lord
Theodore Itussel. is married tn Ihe
Countess Mario Louise Itex, a lady of
Bavarian b'rth. There are quite a
number of other Instances, too, Includ
Ing that of our present representative in aofla, who married a Swedish
"But I really thluk Ihat the German
women take first place tn keeping a
Bocret. They are naturally much reserved, and from childhood they are
taught the Importance of discipline
and obedience���especially In matters
"English women, I fear, are not to
be trusted so much as German wo-
|men." ,
of this systi in of Instruction in Rub
Thorol, a town near Klow, carries
tbo banner for severe ordinances.
Here, as In many provincial towns,
boy pupils have been forbidden to go
walking with the girl students In the
town Btreets, but the Khorol board of
education followed this ordinance up
with an order prohibiting the teachers
also to be seen on tho Btreets In company with women, on tho ground that
they Bhould furnish an example of
proper conduct to their pupils.
At a high school party held at Khorol during the holidays the school authorities at midnight segregated the
boy pupils in a locked room, dismissed the girls unescorted, and released
the young men only when time enough
had elapsed fop1 the young women to
reach their homcB.
Iiondnu, March 11.--Captain Cameron, while flBhlng from a boat In Wa-
lerston Lake, Alhlone, landed a big
fish which wriggled back Into the
water. While trying to retake lt
Captain Cameron fell overboard and
got tangled up lu the lake weeds.
William Mears, a gamekeeper, tried
to hold him up, but had to let. go finally. Giving his evidence at the Inquest Mears testified that the captain
Just before he went under shook
hands with the gamekeeper, saying,
"Good-byo Mears, R'b all up with me."
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ful cascades, lost his balance and fell
21)0 feet.
A companion who witnessed the accident found blm sitting on the ground
smoking u cigarette. He was badly
shaken, but otherwise uninjured, The
branches of a tree had broken his
peerages Have Been Britain's Mint
Frequent Recognition of the Merits
of Her Victorious Generals ��� Two
of Them Became Pukes While
Many Have Been Railed to the
Rank of Earl  and Viscount.
'    History  provides  many  precedents
for tbe handsome rewards which, we
>mny be sure, will be accorded  their;
; generals by the Balkan rtates.
|   The "triumphs," tbe highest honor
known to tho Romans, waa not lightly j
'given.   The victor must have attained
certain rank; the war, definitely con-1
eluded, must have effected the eaten-!
(ion of the state boundaries; at leant
5,(100 of the enemy  must have been i
s'.ain.   Granted these conditions, the j
etreeta were   dressed   v'th  garland.,
mul   iimiil   applauding crowds  drove1
tl.e   general,   seated   in   a   four-horse
chariot.    Uobed  in  purplo and gold
in il crowned  with laurel, he held in
his r;,:!it hand a laurel branch and in
his  left an  ivory  sceptre.
The record.-, ol modem warfare eon-'
tain nothing more romantic than the
story of Napoleon's marshals, Men ol
the humblest birth, they joined the
French army as privates. Yet, by
virtue of (.cuius which still dazzles
the world, they conquered Kurope,
Napoleon, whose success was largely
their creation, was prompt and lavish
in bis rewards. Princedom, and
dukedoms were showered upon these
sons of peasants, Two ot their num-
bt r. Indeed, became kinijs.
Murat, whose lather kept nn inn,
ascended the throne of Naples. Berna.
dotte was chosen t'i he their sovereign by th,' people ol Norway and
Sweden. His descendant is to-day
the husband ol Princess Margaret ol
Connaught. The t.t'es oonferred upon
the marshals did nol lapse with the
downfall of Napoleon, Several are
borne to-duy hy their successors. In
r',me cases IbS marshals, so far from
suffering ti dignity, were created peers
ol France long utter their leader had
goi e  to St.   Helena.
It wns the ablest "I these illustrious
men whom Wellington was called upon to Combat in the Pe: insula War.
All students ol that war are fainiliitr
with the names ol Massena. Prince of
Essling nnd Huke of Hivoli (who began Iiie ns a cabin boy), and of Boult,
Duka "I Dalmatia. His prevalence
against nucb men, the victors on so
many fields, ami Busily against their
master, accounts Ior Wellington's re-
ception oi honors unequalled in the
history "I Britain, snd probably In
lh it "I the world. These honors, con-
tributed by many nations, were
achieved nfter seven years' warfare
and nt ths age ot forty-six.
Landing in Portugal in i*os ns the
II- n  S;r Arthur WsTlssley, the victory
ol Talavsra in the following year saw
him raised lo the peerage as Baron
Douro and Viscount Wellington.  Early ii, 1819 he was advanced to an enrl-
si'in and granted a pension ol 110,000
a year.    A  few  months later he  wis
promoted marquess and given $600,-
C00.   Rsturning  to   Kngland   In   1814,
he  waa  creates!   Duko <>f  Wellington
and  given  a  further  grant of  $'2,000,- j
CiO.   Mear.whib, Spain and Portugal, I
the s' "tie of his exploits, had united ]
to do him honor.   Of the former kingdom he became Duke of Ciudsd Rod-*
rigo and a grandee of the lirst class, '
and was presented with a line estate i
Portugal hail vl him as Duke of Victoria, Marquess ol Torres Vedras, nn.l
Count ol Vimiera.   After Waterloo the
British Parliament purchased for the
Campbell Wae a Btlfklsr on the Most
Triflinc Pointe.
It is surprising how punctilious
some authors have been will, re-siiect j
even to the smallest detail <>f their
mi'iiuscripts. Dickens wa,< a perfect I
terror and would make enough fuss*
over an error of punctuation to drive
a poor "comp." out of his wits.
Tennyson, too, was most particular I
that not a comma Bhould be omitted
or misplaced, whilst his revisions
were nevi r finished. Perhaps the
greatest terror of the compositor was
Thomas Carlylc, for hc would cover
every square inch of vacant space
Iwth in the marjin and between the
lines with minute additions and
emendations��� and not once, but s
dozen times.
Victor Hugo was equally difficult
to please and satisfy. Ol one of his
famous works he made thc printers
supply no fewer than eleven successive revised proofs, and the last half
dozen were furnished in order to make
quite sure that the commas were in
their right places.
But perhaps Thomas Campbell, the
famous p<>et who wrote such stirring ;
masterpieces as "Hohenlinden," "The1
Battle of the Baltic," and "Ye Mart-
ners of Kngland," takes Uie cake ini
this respect. He was fastidious to |
a degree, which fart probably accounts
for the small quantity snd perfect
quality ol hia literary output. It is
said that bs once walked six miles to
lii- printers, ami six miles back, in
order to have a comma changed into
a semicolon '
But an equally cur ful and fastidious lit' rary workman owed u great im-
provemef.t in the opening line ol his
mosl famous poem to s printer. This
was Thomas Gray, whose "Elegy
Written in n Country Churchyard" is
probably th ��� best known poem in the
Kngiish language.
It-  lirst  line  rinds:
Tho curfew tolls the knell of parting
, but when Gray sent it to the irrcss his
manuscript rend:
; The curlew tolls, the kne'.l of partini
The thoughtful compositor did not
understand the word "tolls" as an
intransitive verb, so dropped lhe comma, thinking the poet had put it in
by mistake, ar 1 when Gray read tie'
line his sensitive ear nt one caiifrht
ils new, sustained melody, nnd he
adopted the compositor's correction.
Probably the most fastidious livini:
writer is the poet William Wstson.
His work bears the impress of extreme
enre, and, like Tennyson, bis revision
seems  never to be  done.
Simson  It Wat Who Propounded the
Oldest  One   Known.
The oldest riddle known is that one
asked by Samson in Judges xiv, 14-1?:
"Out of the enter came forth meat,
ond nut ot the strong cam,, tweet- \
i.ess." lt was naturally impossible
lor the guests at his wedding feast
to solve thc riddle, for it referred to
that very uncommon incident of the
bees making honey in the carcass of
a lion. The old translators used Uie
word m-at in Ihe Bense of food, its
real meaning in the seventeenth ecn-
tury. This riddle dated from possibly
1,000 years before the Christian eral
and is evidence of the very ancient ;
custom of telling riddles or asking
difficult  questions.
The riddle of the sphinx is so old I
that no .ne can give a real date for |
it, but it appears even in the latest
Oi books for awakening the curiosity
of children in this form: "What is
that which flrst goes on four legs,
then on two and then on three?" It
will bo remembered that the answer
is "Man," who firet crawls, then
walks and at last uses a cane or
crutch, and that the penalty of failure
to answer this riddle was that the
person bo failing Bhould be devoured
by the sphinx. When Oedipus answered the riddle correctly the sphinx
was changed into stone.
Another (anions Greek rid-lle, dating from 570 B.C., was that propound-
i ed by Cleobolus, one of the seven wise
j men oi Greece: "Who is this lather
I who has twice six sons? Those sons
' have thirty daughters apiece, parti-
I colored, having one cheek white and
' the other black. They never Bee
i each other's face nor live more than
. twenty-four hours."
The answer is Time, who has twelve
| months, his sons, with daughters of
1 thirty days, hall day and hall nijlit.
each dying ere the other is born. This
is the fairest ol all the old riddles,
lor ar.y one with a little thought can
guess it. The orientals are still very
fund of propounding riddles, nnd they
sit until all hours of the night trying
to  puzzle  one  another.
The way to construct a riddle is
to start from the answer and work
back tfj the most misleading suggestions, which st. 11 may he molded into
the real answer.
duke the-e.stj.te ol Btrsthfleldsays at
o cost of ji.fflo.noo. The K.ng of the
Netherlands, grstelul tor restoration
to hll throne, created the victor Prince
of Waterloo aid presented him with
large estates, "ther distinctions in-
eluded the orders of tlu- Ostler snd
the Golden Fleece, and the rank ol
Field Marshal in eight European
armies. ,
Marlborough is remembered ns ini
i ily other   British  general   to  attain
the rank ol duke-won in the war ol
the    Spanish    Succession     Blenheim
Palace   the estate oi Woodstock, ami,
a pension of WO.OOO a year were also
tokens of the country's appreoistlon.
Elevation to the peerage has long
been the form ol tewsrdlng ths most
<! languished    military    service    snd
the  roll  of  the   Hcuse  of   Lord-  ha.
been   enriched    b^    the    mld.ti >n   '���( I
manv il'ustrious names.   In no quarter ol the world have th *e nil's been
won *., fre-uent v ns in  India,   One |
tlm u.s of Robert dive, to whom we
owe very Inr.teiy our possession oi ins
gnat dependency.   For his victory s
Plassey C ive  revived the somewhat
ii.a.lcqi-.tc reward ol an lriih bsrony
A   biter   generation   felt,   apparently,
that jometblng mere  was  due  to MS
memory, h.r his son was advanoed tt
the Karldom "I Powis.
Al   a   Inter  date  Sir   OeOtge   llarri-
Woolwich Arsenal.
Britishers owe  the  present  arsenal
nt   Woolwich  to  an  accident.   The
Government  had   a  gun   laundry   In
Moorflelds, where, u;*on one ooossion,
in the year 1716, a distinguished party (
were gathered together to witno-?s the
operation ol casting a large cannon.
A young foreigner, named Schlach.
who seems to have been almost an
entire stranger, but who was well acquainted with the details ot casting,
noticed that one of the moulds had
been insufficiently dr.ed. and warned
the moulders against using it. They
disregarded his advice, and when he
saw that he could ml prevail upon
them to desist, he immediately put
himself we'.l out of harm's way belore
the cannon was cost. A terrible explosion occurred when the molten nie
tal rushed into the wet mould, owiiu
to the sudden generation of steam thai
OOUld find DO outlet, and several per
sons were k.l'.cd and a large number
lt is said that search wa? made foi
the man whose predictions hnd been
so painfully verified, and that the
Government employed him  to advise
about the be9it mode ot preventing
su?.h accidents in future. The result
was that Moorftelds was given up a-
a Bite of a gun foundry altogether,
ami upon his advice the establishment
was removed to the Warren at Wool-
w idi.
Honors Are  Easy.
It has long beer, suspected in France
that there was a great deal of traffic
in d--oorations ami the arr^t recently :
of a man at Toulouse reveals a most j
elaborate system whereby any one possessing a lew francs can purchase the
much treasured ribbon and a certificate magnificently setting forth the
nature of the honor accorded the purchaser. Most of the recipients of these
decorations are foreigners and it would
appear that any one doing business
with the French republic who has the
price can have himself decorated.
A polios raid upon the premises of
the honors merchant led 'o the discovery of catalogues and pamphlets relating to the business, together with a
numlier of blank diplomas of honor.
An enormous eorrcs*[Kindenee was evidently carried on ard a large number
of worthies proudly carrying ribbons
in their buttonholes are beginning to
feel uncomfortable.
Democratic though the third republic proteases to be it grants no fewer
thun 05 different decorations and only
M of tho.se are genuine old creations,
most of them having lieen established
during the present regime. The Legion
ol Honor and the medal lor military
service are the most sought after but
lhe agricultural merit order and aea-
demlcal   decoration   are   also   highly
Lord Charles Beresford and a Testimonial For a New Sauce.
As an il'.ustrn'ion of th�� kindlinen
of his nature and willingness to help
a friend, Sir Henry Liny, in "More
Passages by the Way" tells a story
of Lord ChartCS Beresford which had
a somewhat amusing sequel. An old
acquaintance, retired trom Lhe Navy,
called ujhiii him one day. and said
that lie hud invented a sauce which
would make a fortune for them both.
Lord Charles, however, declined to
enter the sauce trade, but Baid "il a
specimen of the product were sent to
him he would taste it. and, if it were
| found agreeable, would write the inventor a letter of approval. The sauce
duly arrived, and was not had. Lord
Charles wrote u letter of moderate
!ton', stating that he had tried
the sauce and found it very good.
"The inventor hod hit upon what
he regarded ns a rather striking title,
and proceeded ti adverise it. Presently 'Trelnwney's Tickle' appeared
prominently in the advertisement
sheets of the papers, accompanied by
the following note, purporting to he
addressed to the proprietor: 'Sir, I
have tried your sauce, and find it
excels all others with which I nm
acquainted. I may say that a spoon-
ful of Trelnwney's Tickle mad" my
stomach laugh.���Yours faithfully,
Charles  Beresford.' "
Things have changed somewhat
sine., hut a story of the days when
I_ord Chares war, mnde a Lord of the
Admiralty in 1096 is significant of the
lackadaisical manner in which business at Hie Admiralty was at one
timi conducted. I/>rl Charles hns
himself thus described the incident.
"One morning," he said, "a clerk
came in w-ith a wet quill-pen und
said:��� .   ,f
" 'Good morning.   Will yuu sign the
i Est! .it.'- ts of th l year?'
"I said, 'What:-'
"He said, 'Will you sign the Estimates f��r tin year?'
' I said, 'My gi.od mnn, I have not
seen them.'
" 'Oh, well,' he said, shoving a
.itll ��� astern, 'the other Lords hav"
signed them. I will be very inconvenient if you don't.'
" 'I'm very sorry.' I snid. 'I'm afraid
I'm altogether inconvenient in this
place. Certainly, I sha'n't sign Esti-
mnl **s I've not seen.'
" 'I must go nnd tell the First
Lord,' said the horrified clerk.
"I assured him that I didn't care
a fv whom he told.
"Being at the time the Coal Lord.
I I knew the coal was not halt enough
| to supply  the  Fleet ns  it stood, ami
the  Fleet  wasn't  near    enough    the
I strength it ought to be.   So 1  flatly
refused  to  sign,  and   the   Estimates
were brought into the House without
my    signature.    The    omission    wa..
noted, and sn explanation demanded.
" 'Ren'.ly,' said the  First Lord, 'it
does not matter whether the Junior
Lord  signs  the  Estimates or not.' '
The   incident  blew  over,   but  Lord
Charles's conviction that things were
wrong   in   th"   Navy   was   so   deeply
rooted t'-.tit, after something less than
two years' experience at the Admiral,
ty.  he declined to shore  its  responsibility.
Caught by Superintendent in Ambush
Burglar Drops Stolen  Food���
Bakery Adventures.
would not bring you a more delicious cup of tea
than you may have at your own table by using
London, March 11.���A narrative of
the encounter of two parties of police
In a Cardiff bakery was told at the
court bousethere when constables Eli
Gerrard and George Press were charg
ed with breaking and entering Messrs.
Splllers and Nephew's bakery in
Moorland road Boon after midnight
and steal a sponge cake value one
Superintendent Bingham said that
he and three constables secreted themselves In vartouB parts of the bakery
the previous night. Soon after midnight he heard noises in the stokehold passage. Then he heard the
bolt of the door leading Into the bakery being drawn. There was a flash
of a lamp and two men walked past
a table beneath which he and two
constables  were  hiding.
"Then," continued the superintendent. "1 heard a voice which I resog-
nized as Gerrad's Baying 'come In here
there's Bomethlng better.' The two
men moved toward the mixing house.
There was another flash from the
lamp and Gerrard Baid: 'Hullo! Whal
are you doing here?' I Jumped up and
said: 'What are you doing here?' Gerrard replied:  'I'm goln home.' "
On the way out of the bakery Police-Constable Watts, one of the men
who had been ln hiding, noticed that
a sponge cake was dropped. Gerrard
Bald: "I did not drop it" and Watts
answered, "Yes, you did."
Gerrard denied the statement Imputed on him. The bakery' was stat-
ed to he on Press' beat. Both men
pleaded not guilty and were committed for trial at the quarter sessions,
bail   being  allowed.
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Rochester, Minn.. March 10.���Eugene Thayer, a carpenter, of ABslna-
boia, Sask.. arrived at Mayo's hospital here today where it is hoped that
the life of lhe man, who has been Buffering from a broken back, will be
saved. Thayer, who has traveled over
MOfl miles for treatment, fell from a
scaffold on February 22, while working on a church, and broke his spine
just above the hips.
won   a
peerage   lor  his conquest
Mysore " Ths Sikh war* of ths early
forties of the last century, resulting
in the annexation of the. Punjab,
brought viscounties to Blr Hugh
.Gough, the British commander, ana
to 7,r Henry Hardinge. lha Governor
General,     l'lnrdinfe.     n      'oninsu.,.
hem. and grandfather of the present
Vtceioy, showed s fins spirit by ac
ceptlnj service under dough as second
in command; Gough received p��
slon of 910.000 a year, to be wntlnusd
to two successors in the tttle, snd
Hardinge one ol $15,000 a year for a
1 ' TheeMuUnj brought a peerage to
.Sir Colin Campbell, who effected U
jUPOresslon,  and   hnronctcie-.  to  MV-
III'l of our genWB'.S.     That conferred
on the gallant IU' >l*k wa, swarded
'in pathetic olrcumstanoes. as had^sd
ere the knowledge resohsd him. L-sdy
Havelock, however, was crane tUs
rank ol ��� bsronet's widow; 1ber son
was made ��� baronet, and each *���
granted ti pension ol W-JW
A like pension accompanied the bM
onctoy   Liven   to  Sir  James  Outtsm,
tinned to ins *���. wUo dled qu"*
Sir  Herbert's  Bargains.
Sir Herbert Maxwell tells two ster
ies of valuable bo**ks which were sold
cheaply Alter the death of Mr. Alex
Slider Oswald several thousand v,,.-
limes belonging to him were sold by
hia bri't'ior. Cieorje, for a ih'.lling
each. Anion.! them was n Kilmarnock
edition ol llurns' poems. 17ti7, which
has since realized  $2,500.
"Boms years sgo," sdded Sir Her
herl Maxwell. "I wanted t.i gel lhe
'Encyclopaedia Britannie-a,' ninth
edition, at n cost of $150. 1 was short
,1 11.sii .iin<t though 1 would sell some
Ixxik.s. 1 chose a sporting tnsgs&lns,
nl whieh   I   had  a Complete set,  bar
two numbers, from Its beginning in
17'JO to \li demise in H70. 1 got in;,
'Encyclopaedia,' but you nmy judg"
,f my chagrin when 1 read that last
year the series of sporting tnSgSS.ncS
was  soli!  in  I/>nckin  lor  $4,500."
A Mystery.
A good slory is told in which Mr
Maurice Hewlett is the central figure.
At tt certain dinner party a well-
known author was asked bis opinion
of Mr. Hewlett's novel "The Queen'r
Qua.r." "Don't you think that the
author was a little ��� er ��� indelirate
in 'The Queen's Quair'?" The gentleman to whom tlie question was put,
declared Hint the manners ar.d morals
of the time justified tlu line which
Mr. Hewlett took.
At the conclusion of the dinner .1
benevolent looking and somewhat
deal old  gentleman  whispered to a
neighbor,   "1   lie"   your   pardon   Mr.
 , but what did Mr, Hewlett do in
Queen's square?"
Real   Economy.
He was a tall colored man with the
stamp ol a loafer. He entetcd a pawn-
shop |n a businesslike manner and
iaid down a bundle.
"Ah want two bits," he said.
The pawnbroker unwrapped the
bundle. It contained a savings bank
Inside the bank atone; rattled.
'Yo' all thinks All don't knew much
pawnin' dat dere bank," explained
tho dusky financier. "Ab's not gwine
open it, case I'd speii' it all, an' Ah
jes' wants two bits, mister."
The broker handed out the two bits
When the borrower left be opened the
bank with a master key and found $.'!
in dimes and nickels.
Tha Stone Was Not Thrown.
Genevieve's father occupied the pulpit "I<et him who is without sin
amors you be first to east a stone,"
he chose lor a text. Genevieve listened
earnestly to the ensuing discourse. At
the close of the service her mother
tried in vain lo dislodge her from the
ministerial pew. Genevieve stood her
frrouiul till the rest of the congrega
lion hid psssed out, then she looked
up with a sigh ol relief. "We'.l," sbe
-aid, "1 gi.es-. they've all suned. Any
how, nobody throw it."
Wettest Spot  on  Earth.
Thsre is much interest Ior Kngiish
,,. op-.o at the raomfatr-thougK -an*
baps    no   particular   cornlort-in   the
nn   ,'unceinent Hint the  rainfall  of a
h     tb"  ten  weeks  from  May  1st to
Clouds are simply masses of vapor
of more or less density, and their
different colors are produced by th*
light of the sun shining ou and
through them The dark usually sec.
on ibe underside ol the white or pink-
Xlged clouds is the shadow of the
umty of vapor or tlie absence of light
,n  the underside of the cloud.
A Transformed Lake.
On the Lake oi Harlem- it was fev-
enty miles square���where the llect of
William ol Orange (ought the Spaniards and relieved Loyden, there are
now, as on the site ol many another
mero in Holland, prosperoU4.��farni-,
market gardens and nurseries. The
pumping sway of the water was done
hy ;owerful engines.
To Eat Up the Flies.
Two Kngiish physicians are experimenting with a new parasite with
which they hope to exterminate the
(lies of their country in a very few
A Careful Spouse.
"I didn't see her shoddin-? any
tears ut  her husband's luneral."
"Thai shows bow much sh�� really
loved him, Dampness always aggravate! his rheumatism."
Not 300 Years Old.
In "One Look Back," Ihe Right
Hon. G. W. K. Russell tells an amusing story of his school days at Harrow. A certain Polly Arnold kept a
-tationer's shop, and as a child, helping her grandmother in the same shop,
iad sold pens to Byron when a boy
in the school. This fact interested
Mr. Russell very mucb.
"1 happened," he says, "to have a
..Mer who, though excer'tionally clev-
���:r and lively, had absolutely no
chronological sense. I took her tc
see Polly Arnold one day, when thi*?
conversation ensued:
" 'Well, Miss Arnold, I nm very
giad  to  make  your  acquaintance.    (
���ive ' [ten heard of you from my brother. He tells me you remember John
Lyon. How very interesting I' (S.B.-
lohn Lyon founded Harrow School in
"To  this  Pelly replied, with  much
asperity: 'I  know  I'm  getting on in
life,   miss,   but   I'm   not   quite   three
hundred years old yet.' While iny sis-
er  murmured  in  my ear:
" 'Who is it slie remembers? 1
'���.now It's someone who lived o long
inie nzo.' "
The Widow HaJ Learned Her Lesson.
This is the slory ol a newly made
widow sitting sobbing convulsively
all over the shoulder of another w-
iniiii who happened to lie her dearest
fri-nd Ior thut pari cu'.ar fortnight.
"There, there, fanny, don't cry I
You'll only mnk" yourself sick, and It
can't io nny good," whispers lhe sym-
j.r.l.'tie soul pntiing the widow's arm
\V dow ll-twe n sobs)���Oh, 1 know;
1 <��� ow, but my poor Howard���I was
cross t' bin yesterday! I did not
dr*"\im he would bs taken from m��. II
I ev r marry aguin I'll be more
thotiahtlu! of my husband.
Women's commenest ailment
���lhe root af sa much of their
Ill-health���prampth/ yields to
the gentle but certain actton
of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.
25c. a box at yaur druggist's.
mm-Mi'M. ������!>��� ������� csnsen co.
or e����k. umrra. .
Corner of McKenzie and Victoria streets, suitable
for storage, light manufacturing, club rooms or
rooming house. Will give two years' lease. Apply
to Manager The New Westminster News.
village is ('hcrrnpuii.i,
the    rnini"st
lloine. March ��������totom"n. Jn!-hif,;
a yOUdS South African art st. whlo
leuftlg on the balcony of the Hole
Sirena at Tivoll admiring the wonder-
vi' are is i nerriipuoj', .��������� --.-���,
IM in Asia, and presumably In lh
..l Its annual ra nfall is SOtM
tllg over IM inches-say Bite-n Umi
as   much   as  Umdon.      Ci.<-rra,.unj,
plain  Of  8y*et.  and  it  is 4.485  f.'ct
above sea level.
South Wales tinplale manufacturers approved a proposal to limit the
output of llnplates In view of the unsatisfactory oon'd'tlons. cf the trade
due to tho war lu the near east. A
cominlitee wns appointed to decide
upon a percentage cf mills that should
be  Btoppcd.
Schopenhnuer on Courage.
1   connot  well   explain    why   cow-
,  lie*,  seemi contemptible   mid   per-
sot   1   courage   a   noble   and   sul,.,ni��
i ��� ' for no lower point o vie* en-
,'! me to see wby s finite mdiv.d-
,      who   is   everything   to   h.mselt-
nay    who   is   himself   even   the   very
hmdiini-ntal condition of  the  rtjrt.
in ,i of tbo rest of the world-should
n"t put  his own  preservation above
every other si'". 	
Havana's Bell Tower.
One of tbe characteristic landmark-?
J Havana is a bell tower built inti
'. ne of tb* old walls. It Is among the
,t ancient of the existing remains
'���ip,,i.l builders, and. towering
. ,���v he bouses near is a picturesque
reminder of olden times, m a city tint
is rapidly taking on the air ol modern
civilisation. *	
Be Prepared.
In every avenue of life great oppnr-
tu,  ti'V ire constantly confronting US.
Who srs ready for them?  Who will
BU   h" positions?   It is the prepared
.,,'hoso equal to the places, who
generall.- get them.-Exchange.
Pour boiling water on oranges and
let tbem stand five minutes. This wll
cAho the white lining to come tMi
Xn with the skin, so that a Inr*
quantity  of  oranges can  be quifll.i
I ��iic��d Ior f��uce t,r PudJ'n��-
Ask For
If you want to know how good a newspaper The
News i-s���ask those who read it every day.
If you want to know how good a business puller News
iids. are ask those who advertise in its columns.
If you want to know what it costs to advertise in The
News���ask the business office.   Phone 999.
If you want to know all the fauits and imperfections
of The News���ask those who are continually knocking
the paper because they are afraid of it���but don't believe
all they tell you.
-t-.--,.V'   ! PAGE ETOHT
Remember the Place
33 Eighth St     Phone 2
Easter Novelties
DuckB, Hens, Chickens, Rabbits,
Ef?Kf., etc., etc.    A great variety.    Prices    ranging   from
5c. to 50c.
Come in and see the display.
Spring's l#mon and Banana
Butter, lt Is just delicious in
tarts, cakes or with bread and
better. Pure fruit, butter and
sugar.    Per bottlo 35c.
Golden Puff Biscuits.   The new,
delicacy.   Per tin 60e.
Jam! Jam! Jam!
In pails. In cans, In glass. Great
reductions. Chivers' and
Ticklers' regular 80c, today 70c.
2 Mb. lars any Jam in the store
for 40c.
Sausages pork, lb 25c.
Sausages Cambridge lb. ...ZOc.
Sausage  Rolls,  each     5c.
Headcheese, each  15c.
Aymhtre Bacon, lb 35c.
Pork  PteB,  each    35c.
18 Oranges for  25c.
Davles    Eggs,
35c. dozen.
are    down    to
Public Supply Stores
They all tell the same story���News
classified ads. bring quick returns.
Mr. A. Smith, of North Vancouver
paid a business visit to the city yes
Mr. I, J. W. Gold, of Matsqui, was
in the city yesterday on a business
Belter act quick for tomorrow It
may bo gone. See Frank Major Music
and Piano liouse ad. (850)
The fishery cruiser Alcedo haa nr
rived In the harbor and will go to
Dawc's ways for her annual overhaul.
The Benovolent Society meet in the
Board of Trade room, city hall, tomorrow afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
Tho branch of the Bank of Montreal at Sapperton will be closed for
business on and after March 29. (845)
The Ladles of the Maccabees will
hold their regular meeting lnjhe I.
O. O. F. lurtl this afternoon Tit 3
o'clock .
Tho city license commissioners hold
their regular quarterly meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the council chamber, city hall.
Mr. W. J- Manson, M.P.P., was in
the city yesterday, and bravely endur
ed the upholstered horrors of the
dentlst'B chair.
If you were to be taken away
now, would It be easy for some
one else to ad minster your business and estate?
Probably not, and that is a
very good reason why you
should immediately make a Will
and appoint this Company Executor.
When the time comes to ad-
minster an estate, the average
man without experience hardly
knows where to start.
He apents time and money
learning, and even then regrets
the time taken from bis own
personal affairs.
Maybe the estate may require
a little money to finance for a
short period, and the average
man needs all his capital and
credit in bis own business.
How long would It take until
your business and investments
were badly disorganized or Involved If not carefully looked
after, or in the hands of oue
without the proper facilities.
It is Just these very troubles
experienced In so many cases
that led tbe requirement aud
formation  of Trust   Companies.
Tho Dominion Trust Company
has paid up capital and surplus
of J2.500.000.00.
Its business Ir to act as executor, and any other business it
does is quite as much a side line
to It as the handling of estateB
Ib to the private executor.
It has the knowledge, ability,
reliability, capital, energy, experience, to handle estatos in
the ablest possible manner.
That is the kind of executor you
should have.
It will lie well worth your
while to call in today and have
a talk about this matter as lt
concerns you.
Our Directors and Officers
will be glad to answer any questions pertaining to your problems without cost or obligation
to you.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
The Infallible Remedy for
Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
It destroys the cause of the
disease and relieves at once the
most obstinate case. Sole
agentB for British Columbia.
(Successor to F. J. MacKenzie.)
628 Columbia Street.
The store with the green lights.   ,
W. Day, electrician, agent for Hot
Point Irons; fixtures and wiring of
all kinds. Phone 1269, 28 Sixth street,
opposite PoBtoffioe. (760)
Mr. K. Ilusli, contractor, Mission
City, was In town yesterday on lumber business, and In connection with
Orange lodge duties.
Mr. J. W. Mackintosh, Twelfth
street, formerly chief of the city
police, has returned from a three
months' holiday in California.
We sell, rent and exchange sewing
machines. All our machines warranted. C. N. Edmondson & Co., corner
Sixth avenue and Twelfth street. (752)
Rev. Owen Bulkeley, of Vancouver,
will conclude his series of lectures on
church history iu St. George's hall
this evening. The meeting will atari
at 8 o'clock.
The regular monthly meeting of the
New Westminster Graduate Nurses'
association will be held In the nurses'
residence of the Royal Columbian hospital on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Send yonr spare table, chair, refrigerator, sewing machine or anything else you wish to dispose of to
Benzie's Auction Mart, 638 Clarkson
atreet   Prompt returns. t"86)
The American poacher Active, cap
tured by the fishery cruiser Newington, which lias been moored at the
foot of Fourteenth street during the
winter, has been towed up to the
Dominion wharf, Sapperton.
Money to loan from *50 to J500 at
12 per cent. No delay. Loans granted
In rotation. Strictest privacy. Repayment arranged to suit your own convenience, .lames Ward, P.O. box 666,
Vancouver. (H-W)
Rainfall for March up to 12 o'clock
yesterday totalled .56 inches. There
had been no rain at the time of tak
ing the record since March 6, yet the
precepitatlon has already exceeded
March last year, when the total was
only .36 inches.
Does your carpet need cleaning?
Is lt full of dirt and germs? We
have-a powerful vacuum cleaner.
Phone 5S8. Denny & Ross, the iilg
furniture  Store. (826)
Plans for a general Christian Endeavor rally in St. Stephen's church
on April 7 wero formulated at a meeting of the executive of the. Christian
Endeavor Union of the cily in the Y.
M. C, A. last evening.
Now Is the time to build your fence.
We have a few more of those fancy
topped pickets which We are closing
out at one-half price. Walsh Sash &
Door Factory. (838)
The   Knights   of   st.   Stephen,   a
youthful  organization   connected   with
| St. Stephen's church, will present the
new version  of  the  play  entitled  the
"Old District School," in St. Stephen's
Church,    near    Fourth    avenue    uud
j Seventh street, on Thursday evening
| al 8 o'clock.
A transformer to be used In connec
] Hon with the electric light supply
.if Ladner dropped Into 42 feet of
I water at the B. C. E II. wharf yes-
' terday while being shipped aboard
llie Transfer. It was successfully
lished oui by a grappling hook wllh
the aid of the capstan after some
Mr. Frank de Grey, an official of
the provincial government heulth de
partment, ls on a tour of camp Inspec
tlon over the P. O. K. Railway, start
Wig from Newport at the head ol
Mown sound. The new railway will
pass through the extreme northwest
corner of Dewdney district, near
Green lake, on the road to Lillooet.
The Institution of an Elks lodge in
New DSStmlnstSr Will take place to
morrow evening at 8 p.m.. In Orange
hall, of the Knights of Pythias hall,
corner [Eighth and Agnes Btreets. The
grand exalted ruler will be present
and will be accompanied by a number
of other grand lodge officers and dele
gatlons from both Vancouver and Vic
torla lodges. They will be officially
welcomed by Mayor Gray.
Building permits were granted yesterday to Mr. Nels Oland, Lelth street,
for a six roomed bungalow to cost
$2500; to Mr. James fressard, Archer
Btreet. for a dwelling house at $200(1;
to Mr. C. 0. Worsfold, Fourth Btreet,
for a new concrete basement and Interior alterations to his residence, at
$1000, and to Mr. J. Coote for tbo nv
moval of a liouse on Solumbla street
.-est to another portion on the same
lot.   L
The Westminster Dancing club will
hold the first of a series ot social
dances tn St. Patrick Hall on Saturday evening. Rushton's orchestra will
be in attendance. Gents $1, ladles free.
Dancing s:45 to 11:45 o'clock.  (848)
The collections of tbe civic water
and light depar;mont created a new
.record for any one day on Monday
with a total of $9000 received. The
unusual receipts were accounted for
by tho fact that Monday, March 10,
was the last day on which accounts
were rebated.
Navigators on the Fraser wonder
why the wrecked high powir tower
which formerly carried power wires to
Ladner Is allowed to remain In thi
slough where it was overthrown ll.
the gale at the beginning of the yoar
It Is a menace to navigation, especially
at night. At low tide parts of lt can
be seen above the water.
"Alma! Where Do You Live?" the
offering of Joe Weber, was witnessed
and thoroughly enjoyed by a fairly
large audience at the opera house
last night. The cast did not appear
to be of great strength but there waa
that quality in the play that provided
considerable amusement. The next
atfractlon at the opera house will be
"Mutt and Jeff," Tuesday, March 18.
Mr. G. P. Napier, assistant engineer,
public works department, Victoria,
was in the city yesterday on department business. Iu company with Mr.
John Sprott, road superintendent, Mr.
Napier motored to Cloverdale, inspect
ing road conditions In Surrey. Todaj
he will visit North Nlcotnen, which
borders Dewdney, along with Mr. R
BonBon, road superintendent of tha
district, to study the situation there
The Women's Auxiliary of the Sixth
Avenue Methodist church will hold an
at home at the residence of Mrs
George Adams, 732 Twelfth street
this afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. At,
address will he given by Mrs. Stacey
of Vancouver, and musical selections
will be rendered. An Faster than'*,
offering will be taken and refresh
ments will be served. In the evening
a prayer meeting will be held undo
the auspices of the Women's Mission
��ry Society In the Sixth Avenue
Methodist church. An address will be
given by Mrs. C. 0. Fisher. All those
Interested are cordially Invited to attend both gatherings.
Judgo iloway sal ln the county
court yesterday morning dispensing
law and justice to litigants, applicants
for naturalization and alleged offenders against the Criminal code. Judgment summonses were grunted, naturalization rights conferred and
trials fixed.
Judgment for $157.45 was granted
to Snelllng HrOB., Whonnock, against
J. I. Merry, for goods supplied. There
was no defence.
Making their periodical tour of In
apectlon, Roadmaster Vollans, Building Inspector Choate and Terminal
Train Master Cottrel, of the C. P. R..
were In this city yesterday looking
over the company's property, espec
ally the new spur track which is beiOj
constructed from Front street leadin;
to the C. P. R. wharf. The rails have
becn laid and cars are expected to be
switched to the wharf either today or
Thursday. Mr. H. W. Brodie, general
passenger agent, representing all IS
C. and the Sound district, together
with Mr. O. Ford, general superintend
ent of the ExpreBS company, were
also visitors In the city making an ex
tended visit with the local agent, Mr.
Ed. Goulet.
Speedy Trial.
Patrick Berry and Martin Anton,
committed for trial for assaulting and
robbing Robert McWaters of thin city,
elected for Bpeedy trial yesterday
morning before Judge Iloway and the
trial waB fixed for Tuesday, the 18th
The Inquest upon the five Hindus
killed In the Port Moody railway nc-
cident resumes proceedings this afternoon. The Inquest was adjourned r.
week ago to enable Pilot Oberchaln
injured in the smash, and at presen
ln Vancouver hospital, lo give evidence, and also thai George Abbot,
brakeman,  might be re-examined.
Tbe latest accounts of Pilot Oberchaln Indicate thai he Is still Incapacitated and cannot attend, nnd that the
inquiry will be confined to the additional evidence of Abbot. This will
probably mean another adjournment.
HosDltal Board Select Committee
Wait  Upon  Municipal Councils.
The Royal Columbian hospital direc
tors met yesterday afternoon  in    the
Board of Trade room and selected tbe
following deputations to wait upon the j tun
councils of the surrounding muuioi
palities with the object of securing
grants towards the cost of the equip
ment ol the new hospital
Coquitlam and Port Moody, to a banquet or congratulatory luncheon was
left over until next meeting. The pro
posal met with a hearty response from
the meeting.
Insolvent Debtors Bill.
The recommendation of lhe legislative committee on ihe insolvent
debtors bill were adopted, that there
should be a uniformity in the law affecting the different provinces in the
Dominion, but a qualification was contained in the recommendations doubt
ing the wisdom cf doing away with
all preferences, such as wages, land
lord and  tenant securities, etc.
Tho  lighting of  the  southern  half
of the Fraser bridge was Bpoken of
lt was explained that the city had no
cable  across  the  river  and   the   provincial  government   were  In  negotiation with tbe B. C. E. R. Company for
its lighting on the Surrey side.
Salmon  River Brldre.
Mr. Wilkie reported  ihat the question  of the  bridge  over  the  Salmon
! river  had   been  satisfactorily   settled
j to all concerned.    A  bridge had been
j determined upon which  would give n
span of 30 feet and offer no obstacle
j to  navigation.    It   was    a    moveable
Reports were given    upon    agricul
general   and   pos'al   matters   b)
Is arriving in carloads and
business is coming fine
We want every lady to visit our Ready-to-Wear Department before Easter, as our large assortment of
is now at its best.
Culture Garments
Represent the highest type of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear;
refined in style, yet embodying the very newest ideas
of the season and with all the "chic" of Parisian Modistes. Make selections early, that you may have all
fittings finished in time for Easter.
674-678 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Mr. George Kennedy.
Appoint Committees.
The following committees were   an
nounced as having been appointed by
Guaranteed   new-
dozen for $1.00.
Oranges 20 for 2
laid   eggs,   three
Burnaby Mayor    Gray,    Aldermen their various chairmen:
Codfish,    Fresh      Halibut,
Kastern  Oysters,  Crescent
Kellington and Lynch, .1. S. Clute, sr
Miss Scott. lady superintendent
Coquitlam���Mayor Gray. Alderman
Kellington, Messrs. ,1. .1. Johnston, .1
A. Montgomery, Miss Wright and Mi3?
Surrey���Aldermen Jardine !>"���'
White, Messrs. J. J. Johnston, T. H.
Smilh and Miss Scott.
South Vancouver���Mayor Gray, Alderman Jardine and Messrs. G. H.
Small and  T.  H. Smith.
Delta���(Mayor to name aldermen),
Messrs. J. J. Johnston, J. S. Clute and
Miss Scott.
Mission City���Mayor Gray, Alderman Kellington, Miss Wright and Miss
Maple Ridge���Aldermen Henley and
White, Mr. G. Small and .Mrs. W. T.
Letters will be sent to other muni
B. C. E    R. NOW  HAS
Agriculture- -G. Kennedy, chairman:
Messrs. Irwin, Mathers, MoLoy, Wll
liams and Travcr*��
Commerce and Industry���J. R. Duncan and Mcl.oy.
Finance���Ed. Goulet, B, H. Sands. S
H. Farmer.
Fisheries��� M. Monk, G. Andersor
and Lockie-Hrown.
Lumber���J. G. Robson, G, Small and
L. A. Lewis.
Legislation���D. S. Curtis. W. J. Mc
Quarrio and J. B. Kennedy.
Municipal���J. W. Cunningham, Rev
J. S. Henderson, Holmes and Slither
Roads nnd bridges W. J. Kerr, K
Myers and E. Sinclair.
Transportation���E. R. Morrison, S
V. Trapp.    Chairman  In abeyance.
The chairman Is the first named and
has power Io add to his oommlttee.
Groceries, Fish and Produce.
Phone 93. 447 Columbia Street.
Canada'sFire Loss
For January
During January $8,918,885 worth of properly ni
fire in Canada, and 14 lives were lost at these tires.
the  loss  was  $1,761),905.
destroyed   by
ln December
By exercise of the viceregal prerogative the  Hibernians who wore sen
fenced  at  Derry    assizes    to     threi
months'  Imprisonment for rioting a'
In   the  current   Issue  of  the  Cana-1 Castledawson  have  been  released  af
dian Gazette tbe standard freight nilie-jter having served about half the sen
age tariff on the Vancouver andTulu I lence.
Island railway company and the Van- ^ j	
couvi r.   Fraser   Vallej   und   Southern I "
railway, II. C. E. II.. is published.
This is the first time that a standard rate of tariff nn these Interurban
lines  has   l�� en   published   and   it   is
understood that tbe company has been
in  a quandary  during  the  past  two
years owing  to several parties, using
freight   carB   in   the  districts   covered
by the new order, refusing Io pay the
usual  tariff charged  by  the  company
on  other  lines,  on  the  grounds  that
the company    had    no    authority  to
charge same
Revised and complete to date, showing public buildings, principal industries, railway trackB and number of
lota.   Every street plainly marked.
Every business man needs one.
Large size, 9x3 feet; also pocket
Room  25  Hart   Building.
White, Shiles & Co.
312-315 Westminster Trust Blk., or 706 Columbia St.
���t Will Pay V��.lafc
Edmonds, March 11 Mr. Montgomery Beatty who was recently given the
post of stipendiary magistrate of Burnaby subject to his being created a
justice of the peace by the provincial
government, has received his appointment, from Victoria. He was sworn
In before Mr T. S. Annandale, J.P,
of New Westminster and has just officially taken over the duties of the office.
Mr. I). ('. Patterson is endeavoring
to interest u number of the prominent
citizens of Burnaby in the Imperial
Home Reunion association, a branch
Of which has heen established in Vancouver of which he and some other
Burnaby  people  are  members.
Since establishment the Vancouver
branch of the association has* extended  assistance  to  worthy  residents of
Burnaby In bringing their families out
from the old country, this despite the
fact that very little support is given
the association by local people.
Mr. Patterson holds that since the
advantages of the association are open
to the residents of Burnaby those citizens of the municipality well situated
financially should give It a greater
measure of support than at present
by becoming members.
to bring your prescription to us; does
not matter what doctor writes It w��
can Ml and you may bo sure
of gulting exactly what your doctor
orders at prices based on services
rendered. Thirty years In business.
Biggest anil beat drug store In city.
Curtis Drug Store j
and SEEDS, i
Phone 43;   L.  D. 71;   Res. 72. [
New Westminster, B. C.
To Clear at
$2.00 each
Values to $8.50
I <>46 Columbia  Street
Phone  453
Home For Sale
No.   1���Here  Is  a  splendid home for salo cheap,    ln a good locality near Queen's Park and new school.
It has seven  large  comfortable rooms with  every  modern convenience;   full  basement;   on  a large lot, 06x1.12 fret.
Tbls plaoe is below value and  the  terms aro  iiuch  that  almost
anyone can handle It.
PRICE, $4400, $750  CASH, balance monthly.   If jou want to buy
a home let us show you this place.
Agents for  Pacific  Coast  Steamship Co.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Have you never heard
about the "YALE"
Gasoline Engines?
Let us send you a
circular describing
Made  in  New  Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Works
Heaps   Engineering  Co.,  Ltd., New Westminster.
You can rent that room through the medium of
a classified advertisement in the Westminster
Daily News at the small cost of one cent a word.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manarci-.
Capital paid up
Reierva Fund ���
Total tmti -
Collections, at Home and Abroad
Manufacturers, Wholesalers, and others, are assured of careful
sttentton snd prompt remittances when they place drafts and notes
In the Dominion Bank for collection. Branches In all parts of Ihe
Dominion snd In London, England���-with correspondents throughout
Ih ���- commercial world.
Established 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employers'   Liability,  Automobile
Marine  Insurance.


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