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 New Westminster.
What attractions does New Westminster offer industries?   Trackage
and waterfront sites, railways aud
ocean   transportation.
seer
JUfcrs
VOLUME 8, NUMBER 23.
���T
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., THURSDAY   MORNING,   APRIL   3,    1913.
EXPECT TROUBLE /PORT MOODY
IN OHIO VA' L\
ELECTIONS TODAY
Ohio   Flood   Reached   Its
Crest and Is Gradually
Receding.
Suggest    Changing    Course of Miami'
River at Dayton���Serious Conditions  In   Devastated  Cities.
Washington, April 8.���The Ohio
flood has reached Its creBt at Cincinnati and started to recede. Major
Normoyle, in charge of the relief operations at that place, made further
���plans today to cope with tlie situation
as the crest moves Into the lower
Ohio valley and the Mississippi.
"We are looking for trouble In the
lower Ohio valley," said Major Normoyle In a report received by Major-
General Wood, chief of staff of the
army, Who returned today with Sec
retary (larrison from a trip Into tbe
flood area. In order to keep relief
measures ahead of the flood Major
Normoyle said he had ordered pro
visions, tents and army flood relief
���experts into Carruthersville, Charles-
��� ton and New Madrid, M.; Hickman,
Columbus and Wlckcllffe, Ky.; Lipton
ville. Tenn., Helena, Ark., as well  as
Memphis,
"Major Logan, as advance scout,"
Major Nortnnyle's report ndded, will
net all possible Information and we
���will Btntlon officers and non-commissioned officers where they can do the
best work in anticipation of trouble
which will soon come throughout thi
valley."
Assistance.
Indianapolis, Ind.. April 2.��� Hundreds of thousands of dollars are need
i*d to relieve suffering among the
flood refugees in Indianapolis, according to the report of the general re-
lief committee made public late -today.
Three thousand families have lost all
or part of their house furnishings and
an average of at least $100, will lie
required for each family, the committee reported. Hundreds of men are
needed to clear away the filth left
by tlie flood
Plans for raising money, to be made
available immediately to the sufferers
-were discussed and It was decided to
���tart popular subscriptions and designate places (or receiving contrttm
tlons.
"We are not guessing at these stat
1st Irs." said Joseph C. Shaf, one ol
the investigators of the committee
"'The flood victims are helpless    Thev
ti I money and need it Immediately
The men are trying to hold their Jobs
nnd let the women clean up the homes
Tbe latter is a disheartening task for
which many women are not physically fitted. QlVfl thetn money Immediately  so  thai  they  can  discard  tlieir
���water-soaked   belongings.   That   win
give them a new heart."
Appeals from other cities in the
���state poured in on Governor Ralston.
Terra Haute gent a committee asking
thai $75,000 he appropriated to help
rebuild the houses devastated by the
tornado, whieh prrceded the floods.
Peru and Logansport also asked state
n'd. The governor said he would ask
the National Hed Cross to send an investigator tn learn just what help was
needed.
Chanqe Course of River.
Dayton.   Ohio.   April   2--Accompanied hv members of the Ohio flood relief committee, Governor James    M.
Cox entered his home city tonight for
the first time Binre the flood. John
II. Palle'son, of this cily, who was
prominent in tlle relief and rescue
work, and v.ho Is a member of the
(Continued on Page Four.)
Eight Councillor! to  Be  Selected  By
Voters From  Sixteen
Candidates.
Today the elections for aldermen
of Porl Moody City, took place lu
Dennetts Hall, Port Moody and great
Interest is taken in selecting the proper e^ght councillors out of the sixteen gentlemen who have submitted
their names   to  the  electorate.
The result of the polls wlll be declared about 7.30 o'clock this evening.
RfACH SETTLEMENT
BUT REMAIN OUT
POWERS GIVE DECISIVE ANSWER
TO MONTENEGRO'S DEFIANCE
Will Assemble Warships Along Coast to Compel Carrying Out of Mandate���If Neces-
DAMAGE TO TREES
BRINGS RESENTMENT
Weather Today.
New Westminster and the lower
mainland: light tn moderate winds;
unsettled with rain today or Friday;
ihange iu temperature.
Resident  Asks  Whether  People Will
Stand for Destruction of Tipper-
ary Park Grove.
Antivari and Two British Warships Ready to Participate.
London, April 2.���Just as Montenegro has scored her first real success
hy getting a foothold at Tarabosch, the
key to Scutari, the warships of the
powers are gathering along the coast
to compel her to give up the moBt
precious fruitB of five months' fighting.
After a serleB of desperate engage-
Nelson   Electricians   Get   Increase   to
$4.50 a  Day���Demanded $5���
Peaceful   Fighting.
Nelson, B.C., April 2- Peaceful picketing with a view to preventing nonunion men from filling positions of
striking laborers or taking out teami*
from livery barns against which a
strike has been declared, was about
the only feature of the strike ln Nelson today. Both employers and men
appear to be standing firm and employers are in some cases threatening
to bring In strikebreakers unless the
men return to work Immediately.
Electricians who made a settlement
yesterday evening have not returned
to work but are staying nut in sympathy with unions affiliated. The employers granted them an Increase of
60 cents, making $4 50 per day instead of $5 as demanded.
garla and  Roumanla, tho latter getting Sillstria.
200 Bomb Throwers
Settlnje, April 2���The great Tarabosch fort, which for months has held
the allies off from Scutari, now practically is in the hands of the Montenegrins, thanks to the sacrifice of 200
bomb throwers, every one of whom
lost his life in the last desperate effort to clear the way to the town for
ters early this morning. They are
anchored about 10 miles off shore between Antivari and Dulclgno.
Pro-Slav Demonstrations.
St. Petersburg, April 2.���"The Russian government has shown Itself capable only of following Austria's triumphal car," said Deputy Savenko, a
Nationalist, in introducing half the
chamber  of  deputies  today an  Inter-
sary Ports of Antivari and Sulcigno Will Be Occupied-Great Tarabosch Fort Cap- .^^KiS^S?*
tured and 200 Bomb Throwers Killed in thc Attack���Austrian Ships Anchored off!no* golng on at Tlpperary parlt?"
Such was the impassioned utterance
of a resident yesterday when he recounted the fact that in taking out
stumps near the new high school
building, two or three or it may be
j more beautiful trees in the grove had
j been damaged.
"Surely," said this gentleman, "this
| magnificent grove, the only one left
] in the neighborhood, should not be al-
j lowed to be destroyed at the whim of
! a few citizens. The cry of the people
Bhould be 'keep your handB off the
trees of Tipperary park,' and it muat
! be listened tb by those who unfortu-
j nately are guided to do the work."
It   Is   understood   that  the  building
of  the  new   high  Bchool  necessitated
many trees but
ments, the Montenegrins, assisted by   ....   ...     ,, ,���,
the  Servians, practically are In com-[the   possesion   of   which   Montenegro |?!;!;a^��'J ESf?!?^8.,     . aCti?n of,the
mand    of    Tarabosch, simultaneously 1 was ready to give evefythlng.    " '"
with the arrival of the news came the!    These bomb throwers were u. ...... . ,   ,, .    ,,, .,   ,
further information that Austrian war-; ed  msn, chofen  trom several  banal- islav demonstrations on Monday These j the cuttlng down of
ships  are  anchored  off  Antivari  and   ion*. Clambering up the mountainside  P��Pular demonstrations  were held  In'
several residents state that the roots
ed
by
and others again partially  ruined
the stump blowing operations.
that  liritish and  Italian warships are   under a murderous fire from the Turk-':honor of the stories gained by the  of tne other , n        . ,
on their way to joint them for the pur-! ish guns, they cut the wire entangle- !arm'es of the Balkan allies over the1 *   "
pose of making a demonstration which j ments, and  getting to close quarters j Turks.
is approved by all the powers, not ex- threw bombs among the Turks, thus1    M' Savenk�� Bal<l that the Natlonal-
cepting Russia. '��� opening the  way  for    the    storming 1lsts should  not blame any individual
Should the demonstration prove In-! party. Not one of the bomb throwers i mlniBter for the brutal methods em-
effective, it iB Baid the Montenegrin returned, but they had accomplished P'oj'ed, but that the supine political
ports  of  Antivari  and   Sulcigno  will | their object and the Montenegrin in- :P��lic.v of the government was at fault.
LINER CRASHES INTO
FISHING VESSEl
Mysterious   Disappearance  of  Fishing |
���oat   Cxptaln-ad���Survivor*
Taken  to  Victoria.
be occupied. When the Montenegrin
trouble Is out of the way, it is likely
that the powerB will have to deal with
Servia. Servia has informed the
British minirter that It Is impossible
to withdraw her troops from Scutari
as Servia is bound to Montenegro until peace has heen signed aud that any
drawing back at the present time
would mean the death knell of the Balkan alliance.
Servia, too, Is reported to he prepar-
Ing  for  the permanent occupntion  of
Durazzo.   This action would be direct-!
ly  contrary  to  the  decision    of    the
powers.
Elrswhere matters are moving along!
smoothly.     .*n   agr?<"nent  practically
has been reached with regard to the
Boundary   between   Turkey   and   Bulgaria,   allhough   Bulgaria  is  guarding
against any slip in the peace negotia-!
tions  and  is  moving  virtually  all  of!
her  Adrlanople  army    to    Tchatalja.
The captured town will be left In possession of the gendarmes.
���\ partial agreement also is reported I
fantry     following    cloBe   upon   them, I    The minister Of the Interior. In recharged the trenches I Plying,   promised   to   Investigate   the
The Turks held their ground and a|ac^n%H?��!..ma?*x*^!a.-vt5.9 ?��!',ce'
desperate  and   bloody  hand  to  hand
fight ensued, lasting an hour and ending In victory for the Montenegrins,
who lost 300 killed and wounded.
Tier after tier of entrenchments had
to be taken but the troops of the southern   division   under  Oeneral   Martino-{the British  foreign secretary, Inform
vitch, to whom the task had been as- led the house of commons today that as
signed, overcame all obstacles. | Montenegro  has   resumed   the  attack
and, If sustained, to puniBh the guilty
After several  members had spoken
the Bitting  waB closed  owing to the
uproar.
Two Ships Ready.
London, April 2.���Sir Edward Grey, ]
ARREST MAN AND
WOMAN EOR MURDER
Former
For
Policeman   and
Killing   of   Mrs.
Nephew   Also   in
Niece   Held
Cm ith���
Jail.
The tactics followed, particularly In
regard to the use of bomb throwers,
were similar to those adopted at the
capture of Adrianople. But in the advance on Adrianople the soldiers who
cut and divided the wire entanglements surrounding the forts were clad
in culrrasses and provided with
shields.
At Tarabosch the rough mountainside made it uecessary for the Montenegrins to dispense with all impediments.
Austrian Warships.
Cittlnje.    April    2.-Four  Austrian
as hkTtms baan arraascd between Uul- ^warships arrived  lu  Montenegrin wa-
on Scutari, contrary to the will of the 1
European  powers, the latter had de-
elded to  proceed with the naval de- \
monstration off the Montenegrin coast.
Two  British  warBhips, he said  were \
ready to participate.
France Decides.
Paris. April 2.���The French government decided today to take part In the
naval demonstration on the Montenegrin coast. Action will be taken,
however, only after Russia has given
her definite approval and has asked
Prance to represent her. The decision of the French government has
been communicated to Russia.
FIVE CENTS
CIER
WAS MD MAN
Physicians in Attendance Issue Statement���Impressive Funeral.
German   Emperor   Sends   M
Condolence ta Mrs.
Floral Tributes.
I.os Angeles, April 2���Formally-
charged with the murder of Mrs, Irene
Mattis Smith by shooting her through
the heart, James I.. Murphy, a former Minneapolis policeman, and his
niece, Mrs. Estella Moore, entered
pleas of not guilty
Judge Williams today-
ordered held without bail for preliminary examination next Tuesday.
Mrs.   Moore,   for   whom   the   police
made search since a short time after
! the shooting,    was    arrested    at the
1 court  house today when she came to
respond  to  what purported to be
10RD BERESFORD
OBJECT Of ATTACK
Admiral  Sir Percy Scott Writeo Sensational   Article   In   British
Review,
London. April 2. -Lord Charles
Beresford, who Is unsparing in his
criticism of naval authorities who din-
agree with him, Is the subject of a
k ',. sen Rational attack In nn article In the
���British Review by Admiral Sir Percy
Rcott.   who hits  Just  retired.
Admiral Sir Percy Scolt attributes
Lord Charles lleresford's antagonism
to hlin to his not Joining In the Beresford orusado against the authorities,
nnd deals nt longth with the order
given by lord chnriim Beresford
when he tHik Sir Perey'K division fn'i
tils own hards thai Ute Good Hone
Sir Percy Scott's flagship, and the
Argyll should turn Inwnrd at a dls
tnnre of 1270 yards, and In which he
savs the offlcera responsible for the
safety of the flood Hope Indicated to
hint would he the case of the Victoria
nnd lhe Cninperdown over again, and
they were properly refused to acknowledge  such  a  iilennl.
Sir Percy Scott flnallv seeks to
turn Lord Charles lleresford's stale-
ment that "a sailor can only learn
his trade at sea" upon tho author of It
Out of twenty-one years service in
the navy as commander and captain,
he declares he served onlv In a ship
of war five years, and this could not
and did not niiiko a seaman ot him.
Victoria, April 2. -The mystery of
the disappearance of the fishing ves
nei John I). Bpreckles, of San Fran
cisro. which has caused no little In
teres! In coast shipping circles during tlie past few days, was cleared
up today by the arrival of the I Ism
son liner Statesman, which brotigh'
the survivors of the cod fishing ves
eel into port.
The   Statesman   crashed   into ,-the
wooden vessel when a few miles fron
San Francisco on Saturday night las!
The smaller craft was split In twain
and two of her crew were crushed
to death aa ihey slept. On the night
of the accident the Spreckles was
making port with a cargo of 120.011"'
pounds of fish aboard and the dense
fog that existed at the time prevented
the lookout man from giving a warning until the big Bteel vessel was cutting through her side.
TWO MORE DEATHS
TROM EASTER STORM
Aged    Man    and    Little    Girl    Die    in
Or-ialia as Result of  Injuries
and  Exposure.
Omaha; Neb., April 2. Master Bun-
day's tornado claimed two more victims today. Field 11. Russell, aged 02
years, Injured the night ot the disaster
by falling timber, died from the effects of his Wounds In a local hospil ll
The other dentil was that of tlie five
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Ludlngton. The little girl had
beeu convalescing from an attack of
scarlet fever and exposure after the
I storm hastened her death.
Mayor Jam-SB C. Ihihlinan Issued n
proclamation declaring Saturday and
j Sunday, April 5 and (i, volunteer clean-
Up clay ti. He also urged all merchants
jlo grant their employees i holiday Saturday so that Ihelr services might he
|employ,'il In the proposed cleanup of
the il, vastated district
GERMANY ADOPTS  prosperous times    CITY CAR SERVICE
SECRETIVE POLICY  f0R TOWWB   CHANGE EffECTED
Rome, April t���The Kternal City
gave Its last farawet) tonight to J. f.
Morgan, whose body waa placed on
board a train for Havre, it will be
transported to the United Statea by
a steamer, probably the France, -Bailing for New York on Saturday.
The German emperor sent a message of condolence to Mra. Mar-goo
as follows:
"Accept the expression of my sin
cerest sympathy in your great be- '
reavement. Your husband's death te
a loss not only for you. yonr family
and your country, but to hia many
friends In all parts of the world wbo
never will forget him."
The funeral procession to the depot
was impressive in ita simplicity. Thu
hearse was followed by carriages in
which rode Iir. and Mra. Herbert 1.
Satterlee, the American ambassador,
Thomas J. O'Hrien. the staff of the
embassy, the attending physicians. Dr.
Nelson of the American church and a
few friends. Platoons of municipal
guards acted aa escorts. The people
ln the streets rained their hats aa the-
cortege passed.
The coffin was placed on a special
car, covered with blnck velvet draper-
lea, with silver fringe. The floral
tributes from members of the family.
the German emperor, the municipality
of Rome ami the American ambassador were placed around the coffin.
Shortly before the departure of Oh--
train tbe Preach consul arrived bringing a beautiful silver wreath from the
;city  of  Alx  lea   Bains.    It  bore  the
I French tri-color and an appropriate in
before    Police I scrtption.   George Post Wheeler, sec-
and they were 1 retary of the American embassy was
the only one to remain until the tratrv
pulled out.
Physicians'   Statement.
The physicians who were in attendance on Mr. Morgan  issued the following official statement today:
When Mr. Morgan left New York.
waa a. vei-j, ttaw*
Appeal   to   Newspapers   to
Refrain from Publishing
Military Matters.
Berlin, April 2.���A semi-official appeal to the German newspapers to refrain in the future from publishing
news as to the voyages and evolutions
of the Herman military airships is
published In the Nord Deutsche All-
gemlene Zeitung today. They are
asked not to record the advances made
In aviation and not to report bomb
throwing and machine gun experiments carried out by the military aviators. They are also required to maintain silence generally as to the development of German military armaments and equipment.
The government organ takes as its
text the success of the British war
office in concealing its supremacy In
aviation und in tlie numbers of Its
military aeroplanes until Col. Beeley,
the British secretary of war made his
startling announcement In the hcuse
of commons on March 17.
AUSTRALIA   ANXIONS  TO
CO-OPERATE WITH CANADA
S il'iey. N.8.W., April 'i. III. Hon
Andrew I'Tsher, the Australian prime
minister, delivered a speech at Mary
borough last nighl, on the cost of
naval defence. Up In the present
time, he snld. 187,000,000 had been
spent. Uurlng the coming three years
the government proponed lo build another battleship, three destroy-hrs.
Iwo submarines and one supply ship.
The government was fully determined to co-operate wllh N��w Zealand,
Canada and the United Kingdom in
an endeavor to bring about a proper
understanding In regnrd to British interests In the Pacific. Kvery effort
would bn made to encourage reciprocal trade relations between Canada,
New Zealand and other countries.
EXCITING  SCENES  IN
THE   BRITISH   HOUSE
London, April 'i. An Incident in the
house of Commons yesterday brief, hut
full of passion, Is Indicative of the
temper that Iuib been aroused by the
MaroOnl Investigation. John Kehty
Fletcher, Unionist member for Altrin-
cham, utked whether Mr. Lloyd
George's salary of $26,000 a year was
not sufficient to prevent hlm from
improperly   gambling,
The challenge was angrily taken up
by the chancellor of the exchequer
and vituperative cries were exahanged
across the floor of the house.
The Liberals cheered Mr. Lloyd
George lu stentorian tonis, lilts u
crowd t:t a boxing match. Mr. Fletcher
was full of fight. "I'll charge you
when I get the opportunity," he rasped
With passion in his glance.
"Cad, dirty snob," and oilier spi
thetg were flung at him by the ministerial benches niul "I'm prepared to
meet you as I have met others," was
the chancellor's quick retort. There
wire rheers again from the Liberal
benches, Again Lloyd George was
their pet. Then the two men who
were both colorless, both muttering
and hnlh panting sat glaring at each
other till the temper of the house had
cooled down.
Optimistic Spirit Prevails Among Residents���Many  Improvements
Noticed.
The arrival of spring finds conditions generally In Queensborough looking bright and among the residents a
most optimistic spirit prevails. It is
felt that, with a steadied improvement
In the weather, a regular stream of
industries similar to that which invaded the district last year will be the
order this summer and nothing short
of a 50 per cent expansion in the in-
dustrtal life of the Island is looked for.
Many of the streets and roadways
which during the winter were in very
bad condition are being improved by
the city, the moBt notable being Stanley  and   Boyne streets.
The realty market is gradually improving. Several large deals In industrial and residential property were
put through last week while the enquiries increased twofold on the same
week of a month previous.
A few houses left vacant during
the winter are rapidly filling up and
it is expected with the advent of more
Industries that considerable activity in
home building will be evident during
Ihe next few months,
Ewen avenue, the main thoroughfare
of Queensborough is rapidly changing
its appearance. At present the thoroughfare is lielng planked and generally Improved.
Sapperton Cars Now Run up
12th Street���Improve
Burnaby Line.
grand   Jury   Bummons  tor  her   which! __ _ _    _^
had been served on MnrpVv's ��tt"vn-! and" menTtaMy*"  *tn*jUO*m
eys.     Tbey   were   believed   to   have 1 Uon wer�� impaired.   It waa boned that.
known her whereabouts.   She was ta-  hiB usual trip to Egypt would be of
ken into custody as she was leaving I great benefit, string him rest and also
the building after having learned that' building ap the nervous force, espei-i-
tlie grand jury was not in session.        ally as he had no organic disease. Hte
The  police assert   Ihat  Mrs   Moore (appetite,   however,   failed,  and  const-
was the instigator of the trouble tha'iquently  his  strength  and  weight did
'led   to   the   shooting,   although   there'not improve.
I is   considerable   mystery   as   to   who ;     "Mr.  Morgan  contract,.,    a    severe
I fired the shot thai  killed Mrs. Smith. Icold   while   In   Kgypt.   whn-It   further
Morris  Bohannon,   whose attentions I weakened hfiu.    A state of mental de-
'o   Mrs.   Smith   were  responsible    for I presston and feebleness developed. Bus
Ihe trouble is s'ill in jail, but he prob   arrived  at  Cairo  in  a  very  rundown
ably   wlll   h��  released  as  there  is  no   erudition,  bet during; three  weeks  ia
charge against him.     Murphy,  who  Is   ( uiro be improved mentally and phy
his uncle, and  Mrs.  Moore, his step
sister,
i mints.
declined   to   make   any   state
PROVINCE SYSTEM
BETTER THAN STATES
��� Premier of West Australia Makes Interesting Statement���Protection
cf Union Jack.
The operation of a through city
^���ar service between Sapperton and
Tenth avenue on the Twelfth street
.line waa started yesterday for the
first time. The change led to a little
confusion in the morning, passengers
waiting in the depot for the Twelfth
street cars, which during the past
few months have been routed through
the depot and back again by Begbie
street.
The black and white signs on th.
ears making the new run.    also    con- I
fused  the  people waiting for cars on i
Columbia   si reet,   they   believing  that I
it waa the city and park 1!"0 service. ,	
However,   the  latter  ears   will  soon!
have a new type uf signs adorning the j    Winnipeg,   April   2. -Speaking at  a
front  vestibule. I Canadian  club  luncheon    today    Mr.
One of the city type of ears along i John Seadiien. premier of West Aus*
with two interurbatis were first placed Itrails, said that it would be a better
on Ihe run but the speed of the for-1 day for Australia when they had pro-
mer was no match for the powerful vlnces instead of states and a central
motors of the latter so that towards j government similar to the Canadian
noon the company replaced It with System. This change was bound to
another iiitenirhau car. come, aud it was only a question of
The cars met at Sixth avenue, Col- time   until   a   system   similar  tu  that
umbia street and the Brunette Bwitch.   In Canada would  be founded  In Australia.
Western Australia,    he    said , had
ie*illy. hfs powers of concentration
and memory showing no impairment.
The trip to Rome did not fatigue liim
and he continued to gain fur ten days.
"A week before bis death hit- ,
strength began to fail. He was pot
to bed Wednesday. March 26. He became delirious and extreme exhaustion followed. This continued until
Sunday evening wbc.ii he passed into
a slate of comma. He died at 12:05
I p.m. Vwulay."
"'i ��� . *���-���--��������������������-. ���.
NEW LIGHTSHIP
EOR fRASER RIVER
Will
Two Years for Manslaughter.
Moose Jaw, Sask., April 2. In the
Supreme court this afternoon Judge
Brown asked that II. Ilenehe he
brought before hlm for sentence on a
charge of manslaughter. He was last
week found guilty of killing II. Hants
at Morse on Feb, IS, during a drunken
row In a livery burn,
years.
Ilenehe gol two
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Prince of Wales to Visit Canada
London, April 2.���The Pall Mall
Gazette said yesterday nfternoon the
Prince of Wales probably will visit
Canada and the I'tiltcd States this
summer. Nothing hns been decided
definitely, bul the Idea la considered
In a sympathlc manner.
WANTS  TO   AVENGE
CAPTURE OF FATHER
Mexico City. April 2.���General Pnarunl Orozco, Jr., has
been named by the senate, at
the suggestion of President
Huerta, as governor of Chihuahua.
General Orozco, however, Is
snxlOUS to serve his country in
the most effective way and at
the same time avenge tlie capture of his father, who was
Bent south as a peace emissary
nnd I- ��� sked the president
that lie i permitted to participate In the campaign against
I llliino Zapata, and then go
to Chihuahua and assume tho
governorship.
President Huerta has not decided whether he will agreo
to this
Burnaby   Line.
Plans   havo about  matured for the
operating of a half hour service    tfi
the   Burnaby   lake  branch  of  the   B.
C, k. ii. commencing on April 15. Although Ihls date has been set by the
loflclals of the company it Is possible
; that a few days delay may occur ow-
ling to the switch at Braid street near I
the Sapperton terminus not having |
been started. Permission has been
I granted however, by the city couneil
'and the material Is already on the
Kround so that little If any delay is
likely to occur at that point.
It is planned to operate the half
hour service during the rush hours In
the morning and also In the evening
The   settlement   along   the
been able to make progress under the
protection of the Union Jack, although
even lu Australia as In other parts
of the empire, there were thoBe who
did not fully appreciate what the protection afforded by the Union Jack
meant to their country.
HORSES   DASH
DOWN
RAILROAD TRACK
branch has been such during the past
twi Ive months ns to warrant an In-
created servlda for the benefit of the
working pun travelling to New Westminster or Vancouver every day and
It Is expected that even more settle.
ment will Inke place when once the
neoj |e   realise  that   better  service  Is
White Itock. April 2.--A team of
horses attached to a wagon owned
hy a Blaine butcher had a peculiar but
rather reckless escapade -yesterday
which happily ended without serious
Burnabv | Injury to the animals or Ihelr driver.
��� i being given  by  the  B, C,  E. R.
���������������������������������������������������
The ears during the half hour service will meet at Sapperton, Hastings
road and Commercial Drive.
Connecticut Votes Down Suffrage.
Hartford, Conn., April J.���Connsotl-
cut woman suffragists lost their fight
for equal suffrage today when the
house voted 150 to 74 to accept the unfavorable report of the committee on
tbe  constitutional amendment.
though the rig was badly damaged.
It seems, tbat while going down a
s'eep hill In this vicinity, the wagon
to which the horses were attached
turned turtle throwing the driver underneath. The horses, evidently alarmed at the Incident, broke nwav
from the wagon, carrying its fron'
wheels with them, and started off
down the railroad trucks, finally
bringing up at Blaine. They were
returned at the request of the driver
who was uninjured and used In removing the wreoked wagon to lllaine.
$9,000,000 In Permits In One Day
Calgary, April 2- -Building permits
for today totalled $900,000, the record
for any single day since the department was established.
Be Raced in  Position Today in
Place of Gaa  Buoy  Fog
Alarm.
The new lightship, or rather the old
sailer, Thomas Bayard, which hae.
been transformed into a lightship ah.
the Ksuuimali yards, will be placed
lu position at the mouth ot the Kraser
either today or Friday, taking; the
place of the gas buoy which has been
used to light thc channel since the -old
lightship was taken to Victoria sevwr-
al weeks ago in a leaky condition.
The new guards-hip is a two-master.
painted red, and will ahow each night
iwo white light* on a horizontal piano
and during foggy weather a diaphone
fog alarm will bo operated, the characteristic of this alarm being a three
second blast every half minute.
This announcement will bo welcome*'
news to shipping men using the Kraser and also tu tho public bodies who
have been continually endeavori/nc
to convince tho government or the
need of having a lightship at tli.-
mouth of the river near the saiidhcad**
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR
NEW WOLFE MONUMENT
Quebec, April 2. The batUcfieMn
commission has awarded the contract
for a new monument to replace the
Wolfe maisolenn on tha Plains tat
Abraham
The new shaft win be an exact d��
plicate of the old est wblch am*
erected by the British army in IMP
to replace (he one erected by l��ni
M\i-.ie** fn 'fi.12. The new ������>
will be raised a few reet and iber-w
will be a granite coping extending��
a hundred fleet. Tha whale will
surrounded by mi WW *r**M>
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3,  1913.
An
e*t**i.t>
t***.***te
**per devoted to the interests of New Westminster and
Vallcv. l*u*l****A -very tnorninfl except Sunday bu the National r-i-irin-l
f inips lj. Limited, *t S3 UcKenzie street, Hew VFeatmhuter, liritish
HI)kll SVTHICia.ANn, ilanaalna Director.
All *eawatt*m**Ham *S***mt he addrtshod to The New Hr.ilmln��ter News, and not
iv*tht*l **���***tsr* *f the staff, *ch*q-ues. drafts and stone]/ orders should bt made
la lu like m!**tm***l t*r**ti*t and rublieaiiw t'o-iipniiv, Limited
I'ML.KJ'HllNKA���IImSiii Oilier and Manager, HUS .* Kdilorull Hi.,im.i (nil drp.irf
1*1. MH
tWHhCHIPTIQN KATHH���Bv carrier. M per year, 11  for Three months, lee ner
rfc    tt���   moll   tv  p*r near, IRc iter  month.
AIX.KKTIftlSG  UntS on OMMostW-*.
TO COBMSai-ONOKNTfl���No letters will be published in  The Newt ereept over
i. Tho **ttor reset not the right to refute Iho publication of anv
THURSDAY MORNING,  APRIL  3,  1913.
HANDS OFF THE FRASER.
Bcantness of their    wages   have not j long before thc dawn of history.
been minimized in   the   telling,   but j    With   the   beginning   of   historical
there is also no lack of certainty thatjtlmes this mode    of   execution    was
less-tbnn-llving  wage is  a direct     In-'common  among  the  Assyrians,  Pers-
Oentlve. Mans. Egyptians, flreelis, Romans and
It    is contended    that
day  fixed for
martial.
hla    trial    by    courl
One   of   the most    charming   and
talented of American  actresses, Miss
instiff cient Carthaginians. The tragedy on Calvary | Margaret Anglin,    Ib    a daughter   of
earnings need compel no girl to leave  took place 1X80 years ago today, April 'Canada, and was born In Ottawa, in
the  straight and  narrow path  of  vir-!3, A.I). 33. according to the reckoning Ithe  speaker's  chamber  of  the  house
of most students, although there is   a  of parliament, 37 yeara    ago   trday.
difference of opinion as to tho exact  Miss Anglin's father    was   the Hon
tue, since domestic service is always
'ivailable, though it is seldom preferred. For the sake of regular hours
and the higher social status that seem
and    the    higher    social    status Hint
date.
Kersey Craves has discovered thnt
no less than 18 men who were called
seems to go with commercial or in- or who claimed to be, sav'nrs or mes
dns'rlnl employment, girls peraist In | siahs, wero crucified. Among the
accepting lesn-than living wages, anil aboriginal Americans of both the nor
if led Into obtnlnlng money by other them and southern continents cruel
means cannot    blame    anything    but  flxlon was not unknown, and In some
their own love of pleasure or
pride.
There    Is    something   in this,
probably   not   much.���Toronto
ind Umpire.
their
but
Mall
MILITARY TRAINING.
From the initiative of New Westminster there was
started some little time ago a movement which today finds
iifcs embodiment in the Fraser Valley Development League.
The avowed object which was always held before this body
-wus that it should be an organization for the purpose of
legitimately exploiting and developing the Fraser valley.
The Fraser Valley Publicity Bureau, as it was until
lately known, was organized along these lines, and all went
well until, in the wisdom of the delegates themselves,
there was selected as president a man whose real estate
interest is practically all separate from the Fraser valley.
Notwithstanding this gentleman's protestations of sympathy and support for the Fraser valley and the Fraser
river, upon which the Fraser valley must depend for its
future greatness, the first public act of any importance
which he has fostered is to spread broadcast amongst people who know no different an entirely fabulous and misleading statement to the effect that the mouth of the
Fraser river is impracticable for navigation because of
the storms prevailing there.
This same gentleman came to New Westminster a
short time ago with a proposition for securing a large and I Meruit
valuable area of New Westminster's property for the es-'r" ""
tablishment of an industry here. The people of New West-1 "i"on3 afterwards for a short term
minster rose to the occasion and believed that this gentle- j �� ttTdesired thai ail, rich ami poor.
man was sincere in his remarks that he believed the fu-l*'13" be "able���though not necessarily
ture held in store great prospects for the Fraser river and | %��$,��� me��� tor very long fro,,, their
3MCW Westminster. work,  ner imposes any  undue strain
We had thought that Ananias succumbed some time ST^^^rfe fc'ague asiST no
sgo, but behold, from subsequent events we are led to be- liability to serve abroad.
lieve that this may not be so    We are, however, glad to L^gSE XTone^e'fo?*
say that neither the future of the r raser nor that of this | mom advocates of the objects of the
city depends on this gentleman's statements or upon the I!'"";,"��� T'a:   "���� rf Tlv.400,0.,?
 .*��� *    u        ��� ji ���    j-   . i      i ���,. ��       ;���,     (youths who annually r.iaeh  the mili-
Tnisapprenensions of any individual organization, for the tary age, our proposal is to take 100,-
best known authorities on terminal and harbor facilities000 nnnuall>'. and t0 slve them these
*..,,,-  ,.,-,��� ,.�� ...,..- 1 ��l   i. n.    tti ��� ,, brief  periods of  training,  whieh    are
tiave gone on record that the Eraser river mouth presents I nothing much more man Territorial
far less dangerous obstacles to navigation than does the tra,nln8 wi,h the nddition ot a three
<��illrarH'P tn Hnrrsir-rl Tnlnt- < "r four |,lonths' recruits' course.
rn-L     -l*    "Urlra lnlt.C- "Wo do not ask for more than half
1 he r raser nver only requires training to make it ab-1 ��� ��������� """ effectives in ail, because
solutely the best harbor upon the Pacific coast. Even g��ol?iS&SSinStaS^niuuiiS
dredging is and will be one of the least factors with which i after the age or 2s or 2$, National
we will have to contend. On Burrard Inlet thc dangers of Ber,vl?.e ia '?.Uilly dIfferen' rr��'�� (>0��-
11       . xr -ii    m 1   t     *n       ���, 1,       , . ! ;enti! on.     Were  we to introduce the
Uie two Narrows with Ty2 to 10 mile current at flood and continental practice, we should take.
ebb tide and with a raise of from 10 to 50 feet during this ,ls r��rclKn coun,ripa d". every a"le-'
period between the First and Second Narrows are obstacles' ��"we Should keep him in barracks
not to be overcome. No amount of dredging -will serve to\'"r ��� "���" or u,I'po **���*������*������ ana subject
improve the entrance to Burrard Inlet so long as billions C ^���TlZ\Z\^VhTiZ^t\
of cable yards of sand and earth is in the mountains at the���sprvp ln caB0 of war ������*������������ h" *a9 45-
back of the Capilano stream which, every flood season, i^r,.^11:^0^"^ Tl
sends down millions of tons of deposit to fill up the slack! ths Radical press speaks, and send
waters of the Narrows. ltllPm to Tlml),ictu ir we pleased."
Ry  those who decry increased in'11-
bc practiced.
The Radical press of Oreat Britain
misrepresents the movement for the
strengthening of the Territorial Force I
of Oreat Britain, lt is called an "at- ��� ��� ***************
tempt to establish an army on con-j* SCRAP BOOK FOR TODAY, *
tinental lines," "a mischievous ^'**************^**
acrlption,"  and a "scheme to march
millions of soldiers to continental April Brings Joy to Sailors of the
battlefields." Great Lakea.
These fantasies are about as sub- i In all the ports along the five Great
stantial as the stories told to French-' Lakes, the fresh water tars who sail
Canadian habitants, that Canadian;the inland seas are gathered for their
Tories would like to tear their sons year's work aboard "tin cans" and
from the bosoms of their families and schooners
leave their bones to whiten the sands whaleback plug greets the nostrils of
Timothy Warren Anglin, long prominent in Canadian politics, and, at the
time of her birth, speaker of the
house of commons.
Miss Anglin was educated at Imt-
ette Abbey, Toronto, and the Convent
of the Sacred Heart. Montreal. Hav
ing won plaudits as an amateur reader
Miss Anglin went to New York, much
against the wishes of her parents, to
embark on a theatrical career. After
a course ln a dramatic Bchool ehe
Christian era. but in the year 830 I made her flrst professional appearance
C onsiantlne Issued orders for Its dis 'in "Shenandoah." at the Academy of i
continuance.      Among    some    savage j Music  in  New  York,  in  1S94.    c"  I.	
lrlh"s of Africa and the South Atneri-jthen she has h-'eomo a star, and one)
ean   interior  crucldxlon  continues to'of the most popular of American act
tribes was a common form of execution.
Crucifixion continued to    be   prne
tlced until the fourth century of   the
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
British Canadian Securities, Ud.
602 COLUMBIA STREET, CITY.
resses. Although she has traveled all
over tho world. Canada retains first
placo In the patriotic affections of
Miss Anglin.
In private life she ls now Mrs.
Howard Hull. Manv other stage ��'ar��
wero horn in Canada, including Clara
Morris, now SS and totally blind: May
Irwin, fat, fifty and Tunny; Eva Tan-
nuay, headllner of tlio world's vaudeville, whose weekly salary runs Info
five figures; Julia Arthur. Hope Booth
Catherine Proctor. Marie Ore^-dor
The pungent incenpe of i Roselle Knott, Lena Ashwell. Mme
' Albani. Rose    Stahl.    .1.    H. Ollmnur
Save $50-$75 on Your Typewriter.
Rebuilt  typowrlters have same finish, wear like and
do work equal to brand new machines.   Guaranteed
one  year.  Ser.d for price list.   All makes In stock.
Canadian   Typewriter Exchange,  Dept. 4, 643 Hastings Wect, Vancouver.
celve her, a fact that waB referred to
by Judge Choquet today as a scan-
dal.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
���made his professional premiere    in a
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of Africa.    That Is to say, they    are the visitor to the waterfront sections j James  K.   Haokett,  William  Hutchln
absolutely untrue. rf the cit.es along the big ponds ,and   ��<-n Clark. William Court Id gh. Per--*-*--
The object of the proposals of the his ears are assailed by a Jargon of i Winter, son of William Winter, the
United Service league Is to bring the words peculiar to the sailormen ef the \ great dramatic critic: Eugene Cowles
Territorial Force up to such numbers lakes. I Prater    Coulter    and      the      Carvil
as are considered   necessary to   meet.    It Is in April that KingjWinter gives' brothers, Bert and Harry.
the demands of home defence, on the  way before the onslaughts of   Queen1    Henry Miller, although borr. in I-on-
basls laid down by the government It-  Spr'ng and   rier-s bowling  northward   don. Bpent his youth  in Toronto, and
self, and in the absence ot the Expo-  leaving the  lakes  free to  the  use of
ditionary Force. those  who  go  -flown   to   the  sea    in
They  are   Blrlctly  limited  to    that  ships.    Joy  Day  they  call  it on  the
object.    What ts asked for ls simply  lakes when the fleets sfil out of port
cadet  training on  the  lines  found  in  but many vessel's Joy |s soon turned
rerseas dominions, a few months'  to tragedy.    April  is a  liekle month
drill  to enable men  to  learn  and nowhere mor" so than on Ihe in-
the use of arms, and Territorial eon-  land  seas that divide the States and
Camdn.
Cn'ng blithelv forth on n nick and  "Bill"    Hughes,    41     Today,   Carries
gentle spring day. the gentle sephyrs      Union Labor Card to U. S. Senate.
may with scant warning develop Into I    William Hughes���although   he   pre-
for this training, which neither  a hurricane  thnt will  send  ship    and !fors to l-e called "Dill"    will celebrate
mariners against the rocks to death his   torty-flrst   birthday  today  aa  a
and  destruction,    The  A.   B. of    thf ; member of the United States Senate.
salt  peas rnay    lough    at the    fresh  He is the only man in   that  august
water tar,  but the latter  faces more ; body who carries a union  labor card
dingers in these April davs to come i in his pocket, as he is tlie firFt to do
than anv mariner of the Atlantic d*ir*�� jso.    Labor is faring well  at Washing
dream of, U0n these days, for Secretary Wilson
In the good rid davs on the lakes'of the Department of Labor, Is also  a
there were  manv  sails,  but  now  th"  union member.
schooners have been all    hut    driven
nut by the "tin-cans." as the veteran
Ink"    sailormen     scornf'.ill     rail     the
steamers.     It   Is   true   Ihat   the    "tin-
cans" are safer than the saillni! -raft
but  what  Great I.akeq tar worthy of IlBuler  uau   ueeu   ["'I',re  "   '       -,* uen
the name cares for safely ?
WANTS $31,000 FOR  BOILS.
Bettor  Artist Sues Landlady for the
Effect of  Insect Powder.
Boston,  April   1.���Alleging  that  insect powder scattered about his apartment by a janitor to    kill    roaches,
poisoned his wife, two children    and
himself,    Haydon    Jones,    a    Boston
artist, has    h-ought    suit   against   a
Toronto stock company production af ; former landlady for $31,000. The vnr-
"Macbeth." mln   were  exterminated,    Mr.    JoneB
 ,  said,   hut    a   month   afterwards   the
a****************   whole family suffered from boils   and
��� THE   HUMAN   PROCESSION.    ��� I'heir hair began to fall ont.
��� (By  O.  Terence.) ���
PUBLIC   STENOGRAPHER.
Hpeclflcatlons, a^tr-wimenta of sain dis-dtt,
business letters, etc.; circular warH ape-
clulint. All work strictly confidential. H.
Itarry. room 418 Westminster Trust Blk.
I'lion* "02.
When the trouble was diagnosed as
due to poisoning, the powder was
analyzed and found to contain a
virulent drug, the complainant said.
WOMEN OF INDIA WILL
HONOR   LADY   HARDINGE
Bombay, India. April !.���A movement hae been Inaugurated by Lady
Sydenham for the presentation of an
address to Lady Hardinge from the
women of India, anil it is meeting with
phenomenal success.
In every part of India metinps have
been held, and those in native centres
Both Wilson and Hughes were born land British centres alike have been
on British soil, the Secretary in Scot- attended by women of every creed
land and the senator at Drogheda, Ire- and class. Such assemblages arc
land. Thomas P. Hughe?, father of I without parallel in the history of lu-
"Blll." whs an  iron   moulder, ns   hisldla.
father had  been  before him.     When j    The address,  whieh  Is  to  be  pres-
the future statesman was a mere breth  ented in a silver casket, after express-
MUSIC.
MR.   l-\  T. C.   WICKHTT,   A.  R   C. O.,
I,. L. C. M.. KupervlHor of Mu��lc New
Westminster Schools, Orgatilut Ninth
Avenue Methodist Church, Vancouver;
receives pupils fnr the pianoforte, organ,
singing and theory, S10 Fifth avenue.
New Westminster.
FRATERNAL.
L. O. O. M.. NO. IS*���MEETS ON first,
st-enn-d and third Wednesdays in etxch
month In K. of I*. Ibill at S p.m. II J.
Leamy, dlcuitor: J. It. Price, secretary,
I. O. O. !'\ AMITY LODOB NO 17���The
rvKiilar meeting or Amity lodae No.
27. I. o. o. v.. is held every Monday
sight at s o'clock In Odd Fellows' Hall,
corner Carnarvon and BH-ghth streets.
V-lsltllU! bretheni cordially Invited.
Tl. A. Merrlthew, N.G.; J. Robertson.
V Q.: W. C. Coatham. P (I . recording secretary; H. W. Songster, financial  secriitary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
S.    BOWELL   (SUCCESSOR   TO   CBN-
ter & Hanna, Ltd. 1���Funeral directors
and embalmers, Ihirinrs 40.'. Columbia
mreet.    New  WewtmiiiHter.    Pbone 993.
W. K. PALES���Pioneer Funeral Director
and Kmbalmer, 612-618 Agnes street.
Opposite Carnegie Library.
"The daco bootblack nn a terry boat
Is gi ni"eh a sailor as one of these
pa'ent anchor men on a tin-cm." tic
clared a veteran who had spent n lon"
life before the mast on the l-ikc-i
voicing the opinion of hU constantly
dwindling comrades. With th" r?so-
Ing of the sail, the picturesque gnrl.
cf the old time lake- p., ������ |s r,-jsn on
Ils way to the discard, n-it it ii nnw
possible for a tin-can '"in to wear s
"brllnd   Btilrt."   hlc>i  c-llar   and   derby
and  oncnjio  with hl*^ lite.
The hnslness of tbe mercnntllo nnw
of the lniicq has lncren=orl. In the listen years, to a point whore the con
��tan:|v Incro-^lng fleets can hardly
keen pace with the transportation  d"
-��j��, - _1        _ ii)    inline   woo  neer*   i.-H-i * nst'G  mill-   "     ' """<  no   mi"    ,''innr*c mv  l)i
Wnen any gentleman tellS the people Of this Clt.V that   tary preparation, stress is laid on the  seas between the t'nl'ed States
and   thirty.    He   returned    tn  the   Sixtieth
��� and Sixty-first and Sixty-second   Con-
m.icm.-f*,.,.,��  ..       "I ���]���,- r.i -l i    ".���   i      , ��� '" "Island  power."    It is pointed out!    The  facilities for loading anil    un-1 greases, nnd   was   recently   promoted
Tnagnmcent pOt-SlOUltieS OI the main Channel OI the t raser   by   those  who see  the  need  of    such   loading are unequalled anywhere nine ] to the senate.
river, he ia as a man having a pipe drown, one also who is! PreP��rat)on that Great Britain has not. pn the gioho.   The svinrmon. organ
a canal to Burrard Inlet will ever take the place of the suppMfd s"c"rity of f!r',a, Brltaln aa COTad,a" r* *'
*iu��� ���..;., ���i i -j,u. i> _.    '>n
nsk people who do know what the real conditions are!
We wish to tell the Fraser Valley Development League j
that notwithstanding their contemptible resolution in opposition to the Fraser river and in approbation of a1
scheme that is -10 years old, that this canal scheme has had
the consideration of some of the brightest engineering
���mivds and they have all come to the conclusion, to the best
ot our knowledge, that it is entirely premature, if at all
feasible.
The Fraser river will in the near future succeed in
so ignorant of his facts that he does not know enough tolZ'tZ It.eMtuh'einlirt anS
I the continental frontiers of that em
j pire equal the circumference of tho
j earth.
Says the Times writer:    "In  these
��� days    no power    except    the  United
States  is able  to  preserve  a position
i of  Isolation.    The  armaments  of the
world are too formidable to allow even
?reat   military slates like Russia    or
Oermany to stand alone,    We follow
' this  law   not  for  preference,   but   vir-
; ttially on compulsion, and we nct with
' a certnln group of powers like every-
iM'f'.vmnu.th-; great industrial :,i.d Vr.nn tleval-.r seciii'.n BuH SfU $��th VX��. TXSrt
it In   peace and  war   and  receive  Its
support  in   return;   or  we  s'and  out
1 from  nil   groups and  lake our chance
of a coalition against  us.    We cnnnol
i have It both ways
"Were It known cr even thought
ilia: F.npland would be -false to her
f:-!cod�� in wnr. llrilirh uta'csmi'nsh1"
would   be   absolutelv   d'^rrodlted.  nnd
i condition of tha group system
I that   the powers  which  form  a  irroim
'should  bold   together     It   l��  this  sw
i'i'Hi which has preserved lhe peace of
W, stem iCero-e for many vears."
The l,ve election In ihe Ke-dal rt'vl
j sion of Westmorclsnd, th" other dav
Would nnr,, ���c tn hIH'W tlmt the In-
j (1'ience nf Iln'tlcM agitation Is over
estimated, and Hint the penile ,.f
Oreat Ilrltnln. when thc fpcst'.nn Is
fn>rb placed hc'nre thrm. nr* not nt
all averse to thnt verv mr-d^-ato flo-
I ir'-ee of mllltnr"  erpnnslori   wh*ch the
U+xm the Pacific coast, and, if this league would lend their
energies towards fostering and working for the natural
possibilities for mammoth development upon the Fraser,
instead of allowing themselves to be used as tools in the
tabda of designing persons to boost real estate in certain
.sections as against legitimate enterprise and extension,
they would be assisting that which is boi nd to succeed and i
frhat in the near future.
Then? is no objection to a man fostering anything for
his own gain or for other purposes, but, when he begins to
helittle or to disparage any other section and tries to make
Capital out of untme statements concerning any other section, then the people of that section should call him to ac-
i JOunt.
The News stands for thc Fraser valley antl New West-
iminsier and will nyt stand for any statements being made
concerning either that are absolutely untrue, unbusiness- N'*,'"n**- -service uague is so anxious
like and most contemptible.  We do not cast any reflection l " '"' "'"""
fjvon the personal reputation of any one, but we strongly
cumlemn the policy of action that has been announced bv
the Fraser Valley Development League.
Ired and belligerent, are hotter p.a'il
hv far than the lari who sailed In
thf "tubs" of bveone 'lavs. Fogs
den.e pnlls of Inky hlackner�� that
would make a black cat seem hlonilc
aid luminous by c-Tr,*r,nrisori. tiro ihe
bane of the lakes shipping, and manv
a craft haa gone on the rocks nr
collider; with another vessel at such
times. Perhaps the worit disaster in
lake hi��'ory wai In l^O. when tho
Lady Elgin went down following n
collision with the schooner -Vi,-v-igtus
Of S��r, persons on hoard, 'J��7 were
lost, nmone them Herbert Intrant, n
member of the Tlrltlsh parliament and
founder of the Illustrated 1 nednn
News. In 1R12 nhont a hundred I've-,
were lost when the Manlstoe foundered In Lake Michigan. These memorable disasters however are n* nei,.
Inr con,*nnrcd wl'h the tot��l cf lhe
tolls of h'-cee i'f��� ��v^��ted hv the
pc ��� erle rf fhe i.'t, ������:��.��� ,|,��� fl,.,,t
red led'--' ������-dl'--i ',<������ fern nhoi
n frail ene-c ni'"e- his hntnan
gennliv agalnsl  "'*d i-d wn-r.
p. 'ei-V    ve-r     -,.|      |Y,nst      Of   l>l!       In
Anr'l   the i-,i(����� eli\lm their victims h*
rf'ITCeq     C-'l     vc.ri . n,,]        (I. | q     ..p^^'^
inprie   with   thn elements  will  hc  tbs
Isnt for ininy n tar
of a lad, the family removed   to Am-j ing regret at the attempi  mnde upon
��� erica and settled In Paterson,   N.   J.,! the life of the viceroy, says the worn-
which city the senator silll calls,home,  en of India were profundly impressed
1 "Mill's" career as a toiler began at the   by the fortitude and re BOUrcefUlnees
.1*4? nf eleven, and, in his pri sent fight 'of Lord  Hardinge.
j ".a child labor, he speaks trom  bitter 	
j experience.
At nineteen he joined a union, and ! TEMPLE OF JEZREEL
ever since has been affiliated with or-j OFFERED FOR SALE
ganlzed labor.    He tolled   in factory " *
and mill until twenty-one, when, as! ''f,n(lon' AI,ril 2.���The temple of
Uie result of night Btudy, he became a Jcsreel, a building on Chatham Hill
court stenographer. That occupation i that Was to fuini the same purpose ns
I gave him the opportunity to Btudy law, I the tower of Babel, x����    offered for
j -uile at tiie Mart. London, recently, but
I was withdrawn ai  $19,500.
li un*! bull! by James .lersont Jez-
i reel for the community known as The
' New and Latter House of Israel. It
was Intended for 144,ono people, who
j were to await there the end of the
world, when all those in the temple
! would be saved.
A sum of $225.(ni0 had been expended on It, when the funds were exhausted, and it was never completed.
PROFESSIONAL.
.U'AM SMITH JOHNSTON. BARRJ8-
ter-at-luw, solicitor, etc. Telephone
107A.       I'jihU       address       "JohtitUm.*
(".-lc "Western Onion."     Ofttcae, Kiita
Hlock.  liii'i Columbia ytreet,  N.w  Went-
liitli-^ler,  B. C.
J. BTILWBLL CUTE. n.-irrlsler-at--uiw.
solicitor, etc.; corner Columbia and
MoBSaneia ��trerts. New Wostmtnetir,
u   C.   P. O. Hox 112.    Telephone   710.
and thirteen  years ago he was admit
ted to the New Jersey bar.
lielng nn Irishman, hc had a natural
bent toward politics, and hia great popularity   among   Paterson's   industrial
HAMPTON
n.-itor    and    1
ster,   B,  C,
BOMS,
lolary.
���treat,
l!.\HUIKTIc,ri.
Orfloee      u,,rt
New   WeHiinln-
mand.    Freighters higgor linn or,-* t- I population resulted In his election   to
b" finnd on th"   Atlantic c]v (he live Ithe  Flfty-eigth   C-mrrres, when   only
McQUARlUM, MARTIN 4 CAMHADT
Barristers and Bolloltora. fins lo fin
Westminster Trusi Block. O. K Mar-
tln, W, O. McQuarrie and Oeorge I��
Caesady,
W1IITBSIDB �� ICDMONIW���Barrleter*
and  Solicitors,  Westminster Trust Blk.
Columbia etreet. New WeatmlnsteT, lie,
address     "Whltnslfle,"     -
Cable
I'nion.    P. O.  Drawer 'ind.
��9.   W, J.  WMtenM��.   H.    L.
Weetero
Telephone
Bdinonila.
JESUIT   NOVITIATE
IN  GUELPH  TOWNSHIP
John Burroughs, tho eminent naturalist, poet and prose writer, was born
at Roxhury, N. Y., seventy-six years
ago today, April ?,, 1S^7, and, with the
exception of twenty years In government service, has spent IiIb long life Guelph, April 2 The Jesuit fathers I
on a farm In the Empire Stnte, study- have purchased lhe fledford farm. In |
Ing  the  flowers,   fruils,  plants,   vege- ! Quelph     township,    containing    three
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
H, J. A. BURNETT, AUTlITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. It 12S. Honm 22
Hart block.
trees and other hu-
wrltlng   delightful
tables, birds, bees,
colic, objects, and
li-ooks about them.
Col. Rocsevelt has long been an en-
ihuslniilc admirer of the work of the
venerable scientist and author. Mr
Burroughs' rural rei real, "Slabsides,"
Is far from the beaten trark, hut the
world has worn a path to his door.
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* CANADIAN HISTORY TODAY ���
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Miss Margaret Anglin will pass her
thirty-seventh milestone today and
will be thc reelpimt of congratulations from many admirers, With her
husband, Howard Hull, she recently
loured Europe and northern Africa, Inspecting the rulnn of ancient then!res
e in jOf Syarcuse. Carthago, Taormina, (ilr-
In- .gont.i nnd Tlmgnd.
She viewed the scenes nf the "first
nights" of Sophocles, Euripides and
Aeschylus, and, amidst the rulnn of a
vanished civilization, walked the pave
ment hallowed by memories of the
first productions Of such elastic gems
as "OodlpuN," "OroMos," "Agamemnon" and "Antigone." Mini Anglin
was horn In Oltawn, and her fat.hrr
wns a prominent Canadian states,
man
hundred   arris,  and  will   establish
novitiate    for   ihe    English-speaking
students.
It will be the first school of this
kind for English-speaking novices in
Canada,   At the present time the Eng-
llsh-speaklng novices nre required tn
spend the probationary period In the
novitlatn al Montreal, where both
English and French novices study.
Tlie establishment of the Institution
here will (lo nwny with this, aa all the
English speaking novices will be station! d  in  the new college.
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* OUR POET'S CORNER.   *
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CANADIAN BORN.
BOARD OF TRADE.
; BOARD OF TRADB���NKW WESTMIN.
ster Board of Trade m'-'ts In lhe boai-a
room, city Hall, as follow���: Third' Friday of each mouth, quarterly im-etlne
j on the mini Friday of February, Mar,
August nod November a-t S em. An-
pital meetings on the thlnd Friday of
Olinrary. H. H. Stnart Wade, eecretary.
SYNOPSIS   OF   COAL   MINING
OU1.ATION8.
KB*
APRIL THIRD.
Ninety-eight years    ngo today.    Sir
Oeorge  Prevos;,  ttho f'.r nearly  four \
yiars  haa  been  governor    ol    Lowoi
i anada,  gow no,   general of British
North    America    and    comnwnder-lu-i
In  thnt  election  thc rnlnnl��t  randl
���laie.  Colonel  Weston, a strong adviv  chief of the British fcrceB, left Que
-'.te or mllllnrv trainlnt. received for England.
Ujel votes, and the Liberal cnndldale, His term
| Mr    W    II.     So-enervell,     VCSi     rotes
! Colonel Weston's majority, fil   wa"
Pcglnnld f)e Koven, the composer.
Is fiftytwo years old today, having
heen horn In Middletown. Conn.. April
il, 18'U. He is a graduate of Oxford,
and studied music. In Florence, Par's. ���
Vienna   and   Stuttgart  before   begin
Wi
beloved of (lod,
We are the pni-i" nr Canada
row snd its blood.
And wc, the men of Canada, ran
the world and brag,
That wp  were bom  In Canada,
neath the Ilrillsh flag.
it  mai
fnce
hi
iee
! cured for wages aa li
I    The vice president
, house asserted that
renter   hs:   Ifl'.*   then   the   p-elerltv   cf
w ut that, ] ihe Unionist opdida'o fennther man)
f one mail order I n lhe last pervious election
a pnipnr   minimum   wagolhouse asserted that a girl dependent     To be n disciple of I ��rd Pobo-M
This is the subject of very j on   herself  could  live  on  $S  a  week,   -.opnrentlv.   does    not    d'mlpieh    the
���tw. i.i!  -diBcussion  in   many  parts  of   divided in  this way:     llooin rein   $:i   i ehn*"ces of n r.nrl|-.-~
ihe United Htatos.    ad  InTMtlgatlon I breakfast (colTee and rolls). 40 cents*   in the north of Bnnln
luncheons, 00 cents;    dinners. $1.40; | thai  awnv fron the '
A LIVING WAGE  FOR GIRLS.
WTsal l��
toe -girls '
eSl
car fare, 60 cents; clothing and   In-ldemai
'��� dentals, $1.70, ��� -.o .,���
If the fui thai ih" expenditures on  hove   a   *>i
1 ",l1 ai i   seven day periods    Is Hamilton St
������* ���   Idercd,  ii  Is easily
m Portland, Maine, some months ago
sAUMred "i*:at lhe living rule of pay for
the i.rdir.ary wortiD* girl was all ml
S7 :i wrvk.
In   iiie   lllint-is senate   vc-  ,������;���������
Hrversl large employers   of    female
laJmi   in t:hicngo    gave    evidence    of  apparent how close to the bare living
what tbey thought a reasonable mini   requlremi nl   an  $.���*>  wage  ih.    a  girl
MU  v.ag-n should be.    Most nf Ihem   employee divided her weekly expend!'
MTMd  that  it   wis tfi a  week.    The i lure iu  this  way;     Room  and  board,
��-.a>:i3v'.H3:oii nnriounci-d ils iniention of, $n.,r,M;   Inundry,  20 cents;   ear fare 21
���p-reai'xs for $12 a week, but the   em-1 cents; clothing and Incidentals, $3,80;
j>!r.>���.*!��  contended  that  such  ii  rate , savings, 'io cents,
van rbMirdly high, nnd would lead to.     There is some    reason    to    believe
the d>opl��wtuent of most tif the girl   that Ihe slnries ol ulrls being forced
I mjvloy��-��;�� by men, who could lie pro- iulo immorality   solely   through   the
-tnrv candidate
'I     nod   We   floe?
Incnpe of -i fen,-
of  I*
trl       tVr.    e
���Mar   rea
cci'or.
Keir Hard
lt   anywhi
clgei
���H
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* FIRST  THINGS. ���
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et office had been e.
peculiarly sti nny oue, for not only
were the people and officials, the
French and the English, In the mills;
of a hot political contest, but ihe Wai
of 1S12 hud Imperilled the very exist
ence of Canada Provost had cemt
to Quebec with a high ret-utatlon as
a civil ruler, won tho West Indies
and Nova Scotln, nnd on his departure the French-Canadians showered
eulogistic addresses upon him:
Hut, though train, d to arms, as a
military commander he had nol Bhowri
himself equal to the emergency, Tc
a great extend be had Ir ft the rospon
Blbllltles ol leadership to others, and
at Sackett's Harbor and Plattoburg,
where he had commanded In person,
the liritish forces Imd suffered defeal
ning his career as erltlr and comperer'
of light  nneras.    His wife, Anna Far-1
i well De Koven. daughter   of   Senator   "���'ve J"8' to make onr money,
Farwell, Is the author of n number of', y* ���" '"Ske our fame,
l��uccesrfill books. i "'It  we  hnve  rold  nnd   glory  In
elfiR'i Canadian name
MONTREAL   HUNGER   STRIKE
i-OAI. MINlNfl rlgbts of the Dominion
In Manitoba, HaeklileiiewiLn and Alberto.
Ho-   Yukon  Territory,   the   Northwest  Te��
llrst saw light in Canada, the land | Ml^rJtin.SbK'ma^ & MTM
������'rm of twenty-nne years at an iirtniiul
rental of ll an acre. Not more tlmn 2i����
ner,*,, w-iii he ifHHcd to one applicant
Application for h lejuo- nniHi be rr<io��
by ihe applleaai in person to the Agent
nr Hiib-AKmt of the uhntrict |��� which the
rlirhln applied for are situated
,J," ""'V*?'*"1 territory the land must be
'!',ITI' ,'' S. """"""'������ ot levaj mib-dlvi-
sipns of siTllone, onl In uasurvsj^t) ter-
r lory the tract applU-O ror elmll b*
Hiiikwl out liy the uuplloant hltnmiir.
I'.acn appUcaOon must bs accomnenled
hV "JSi*. nt ���"'.."bleb wlll be rstunded it
��� he nglitH applied for ore let avallRlde.
but not otherwise A royully nio.ll Im,
pint on the merehantabls out-out of tn*
mine at the rnw of five cent* t>er ton.
rhe pensm operating  the  mine  ehall
! furnish   the   A-jent   wtth   sworn   retuena
��� nf"",,-n'*,n*K tor the mil rpiiinilty or me,.
Chantable coal nilnefl nnd nay the royalty  thereon, if the -��i mining   rirhta
letorns sffiuld
- ,t lwiet  -
The lenee will tnetu
Few of us hnve blood of kings, few of
courtly birth,
But few arc vagahendn or rogues,   rf
doubtful nnme or worth.
And all have one credential    that   cn
titles us to brng,
That ��e vcr.    born In r'nnada,    beneath  the  liritish  flag.
mir
\nd
Naughty Girl Gets a Little More Con
flnement as Medk.lne.
Montreal. Que., April 1. Hunger
strikes are not confined ta London.
They have spread tn Montreal. A
week ago n voung girl wan broughl
before the Juvenile Court for misconduct.
She was ordered to he conflo-d In
an Institution, whereupon she shrieked and declared that rhe wouldn't eai
a bite all ihe time she was confined.
'This morning she was broughl before T*-*11
.liulgo Choquet, She refused to eal I
and moaned herself Into n frenzy. "A
little   more   confinement    then,"   said
every  man's a millionaire  lf he
can onlv brng
rhat he was born In Canada, beneath
Ihe liritish flag.
No title and no    coronet  is half    as
proudly worn,
As  that   which   we  Inherited  ns  men I
Cnnaillan horn;
We count li" mnn so noble as the one I
that makes the brag.
That ho was born lu Canada, beneath i
the. liritish flag,
lire not heina operated ��,reh returns A
he furnlehed at Iwiat onee a yrnr.
,iJm2 SW t-S \n���u��* th. earn mlnlnc
""'" ���l>'. but the leave will he ���permitted to purohawi whntever available
surface  rights m.y he eonsldered nSJ"
;'Ty l?\\hs" "��'*��>��� Of the mine at lh.
rule of %)*) Hn urre.
h. ST./?". '"'""njl'lon applle.-nlon fthoubl
�� made to ihs Heoretur/ of ihn rjepurt,
me,,, of the Interior. Ottawa, or to tni
Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lnrnii
_ W.   \V    CORY,
Dejiutv  Minister  of  the   tnterlor.
n. b    Unauthorised publloatlon of n,i��
sdvertlssmonl win not (,e paid for.
iinii liiiiuirnilnn
Reflections on his conduct nt Plattfl |tho Judg..
burg caused blm lo demand nn In- , The girl Is a Protestant, bul she
vestlgatlon; bul the consequenl ihaH to he confined In the convent or
anxiety so preyed upon him that he | the Good Shepherd because there Is no
really    to    re-
Tlie
Execution by Crucifixion.
The  flrM   execution   Of    lhe    death
penal'v   by  crucifixion,   which   many
consider   n   method   adopted   er.lv   in
the case of Jesus, probably took place  died (enrly In 1810) ;i week before the J Prolestiint   Institution
llnteh may have    Iheir    Holland,
Ihe Spaniards Ihelr Spain,
Yankee in the south of us   musl
south of us remain.
Fer not a man ilare lift n hand against
the men  who brag
That   they    were born In Cnnnda, be
rioal'.i  the  Ilrillsh  flag.
���E. Pauline Johnson.
WHEN IN NEED OF HELP
PHONE   R1031.
CLARK-FRASER
Employment Agency
Prompl attention given to orders.
607 Front St., New Westminster, B.C.
If you read THE NEWS
you get all the news. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS,
MteeTMRn
A PAGE
GARDENER
WHY go out of your own city to get anything in the
line of
��� FLOWERS������
When you can get it here and save the expense of
writing, travelling or expressing?
-���TIDY, Tine Florist������
carries a full line of supplies for garden, greenhouse
or private houses. Let us know your wants and then
if we cannot supply you we will advise you where
you can get the goods that you require.
STORE
48  Hastings  St.  E.
Phone   Seymour   988.
ALSO  AT
VICTORIA,
B. C.
BRANCH     STORE
Cor.   Granville   and
Hastings.
Phone   Seymour 5727
Brown Bros. & Co.
LIMITED.
FLORISTS AND NURSERYMEN.
Vancouver, B.C.
Greenhouses:
21st Avenue and Main St.
Phone Fairmont 796.
Hammond, B.C.
Long Distance Phone 17.
T. J. TRAP
Open up in our New Place a  Large Shipment of
(larden Tools.
F. & M. Lawn Mower?, special machine, ball
bearing, three to five cutting blades; Garden Rakes
and Hoes.
TRAPP BLOCK
COLUMBIA STREET.
GLORY Of f LOWERS
BY SIMPLE ME1H0D
Ing
Sweet   Peas  Need  Very   Little  Atten
tlcn Except for Exhibition Purposes���How  to  Win.
Growing Sweit l'eas for ordinary
cut dowers er garden decoration ls ol
the simplest nature, any open situation and fairly rich soil being all they
require to produce fair blooms; but
to grow for exhibition to win a good
prize.requires a great deal of care
and attention, and below we endeavor
to give In brief a few directions which
we hope will be found useful lo the
amateur starting to grow for competition.
Preparing  the   Crcund.
The ground must be well prepared.
Dig. out a trench three feet deep and
about three feet wide, and if on stiff
clay soil dig out three feet all over; to
prevent water-logging place In the
bottom to a depth of three inches cinders and fibrous loam, then to about
twelve Inches from the surface fill in
with good soil thoroughly wall mixed
with plenty of good manure (hon?'-,
cow, sheep or pig manure) and bone
meal (about 'i ounces to the square
yard I.
For the top twelve inches add good,
sweet loam mixed with bone meal and
soot (about l'-i ounces of each to the
square yard). About a month before
planting out the peas fork into the
surface superpltosphate (about 1 Va
ounces to the square yard).
Cowing the Seed.
Tor autumn sowing in the open, sow-
about the second week in October 20
to 40 seeds to the yard run, as a good
number of the young plants will be
killed tltrouph excessive weather,
slugs, etc. Spring sowing in pots is
perhaps 'he best method. Bcw abcut
the beginning of February five seeds
in a five inch pot in good, open soil,
mixed with about one-third ot sand.
Punge the pots up to tbe rims in
ashes or granulated peat in a cold
frame. The lights may then be paced
on the frame until the seeds germinate, when they should be removed
and kept off except In very severe
weather. The Beoret of success is to
keep the plants strong and sturdy.
Planting.
Water the plants well the day before planting out as the soil shakes
off the roots easier. We advise planting in doable rows about two feet
apart, and ten to fifteen inches between the rows, and eight feet between the double rows; the rows
should run from north to routh if pos-
sttlt*. Spread Ibe roots out carefully
when placing in the ground and put
Une soil round them, pressing firmly
WHEN AND HOW 10
PUN1 YOUR SEEDS
Timely Hints to Those Who   Purpose
Growing -Garden  Produce for
Themselves.
varieties sucb as John Ingman, I.ily of the Valley Is used ln great
Mrs. C. VV. Breadmore, etc., are better numbers for bridal and corsage bou-
grown with two leaders, and thu weak- qtiets, also for all kludB of designs,
er varieties with one leader only, each and ls becoming more popular every
of those* leaders must be trained ou a  year.
bamboo cane and al! side shoots pinch-1 	
ed out.     Cart must bo   taken to tie
those leaders regularly.
Manuring or Feeding.
This requires careful treatment. If
the plants ar bhowlng signs of weak
growth give a little very weak liquid
manure. ThiB must be well diluted
the flrtt few times It is applitd, and It
is advisable to water before applying
the liquid manure.
About three weeks previous to sowing, an occasional dressing of speiial
Sweet Pea fertilizer will be found
beneficial, Lut the grower must use
his own discretion in feeding. Do
npt make the grievous error  of grow-1
ing too many varieties   Some growers Lettuce.
in tbe past were In the habit of trying ! Sow the early varltles. such us Hay
all the novelties that came out, and j King, In February, on a slight hotbed,
alas, many proved worthless. We'and other sorts on an open border
would advise growing large quantities from March to end of July at intervals
Of these varieties which are required ! of a fortnight. Two sowings of win-
for exhibiting. iter varieties should be made in Aug-
Cutting   the   Flowers. ust, and the plants from these   sow-
If the weather is all that can be de-; ings, pricked out under a south wall
sired at the time of showing, the ! or in a frame during winter,
blooms shculd be cut as late aB pos-; Lettuce requires a rich, loamy soil,
sible, with perhaps, the exception of and an abundance of moieture during
lavenders, mauves and light blues, Ithe Bummer months. Occasional wa-
whieh we find usually improve after! terings with liquid manure are very
being cut eighteen to twenty-four: beneficial,
hours.    After cutting   they should   be Onions,
placed In vases or jars in water ln a: Sow in March or April for main crop
cool place where tliey wlll get a fair' and In August to stand tbe winter for
quantity of light, lf placed in a cold .spring use. Rich, open, well-drained
dark placo they will quickly lose soil is required, deeply trenched, and
color. not shaded or in any way surrounded
 I by  treeB.    Sow   In  drillB   12   inches
| apart.
j Six weeks after sowing use tbe small
hoe, and thin out the plants, two
inches apart; again In another six
weeks thin out to six Inches apart. In
the absence of rain, water   must   be
CHOICEST    SEED    FOR
REQUIREMENTS   OF
ALL
With    the    present    sunshine    and
spring weather the thoughts   of   the
Buhurban  and  city  dweller   naturallv I , ,���..,���
turn to his garden. Be this utilized for! &�� Jl!.hl .eV.en.i".g8:  and    "    fme
corative  purposes   as supplied   by
flowers anil stn-ubs or brought into!
service for the eking out of his In-!
come through growing his own vege-1
tables and fruits, his thoughts may
very well also be directed to the com-!
comprehensive catalogue dealing with
every kind of horticultural need new |
issued by .Messrs. Ritchie, Brand &.]
Co.
From bulbs to bens, and  roses   to;
radishes, be will there find an endless
variety  from   which  to select,   excel- j
lent advlee to aid him in that   selec- j
bulbs are wanted wator twice a week
with liquid manure. Just before the
tips of the foliage turn yellow, bend
down the stems flat on the beds, about
two inches up the neck. This checkB
running to seed, and increase the size
of the bulbs.
Wben foliage Is withered and the
neckB begin to shrivel, the pinions
may be pulled, freed of soil, strung
ou cords, or spread out In airy place to
dry off. One ounce will sow four
sqpare yards.
Tomato.
, , , Sow the seed under glass on a hot-
'     :" ": !:':a !L6'.t7bulbed m January, February  or March;
when the seedllngB attain a height of
two to three inches prick off singly into 3-inch pots; when established shift
Into large pots or boxes, or transfer
?.^i^n���^,.m!nL~"?^UJ!i8|tatO a bed,  the soil  should be   rich,
plenty of light and air should be given,
and the plants Bhould   be freely  wa-
sib'.e way to make his home plot, be it
ever so tiny, a thing of beauty, and
it may be a source of Income   or   of i
delectatioii  when  lie   carries   off the i
Imperial Nurseries
and Floral Co.
Horticultural and Floral Design
Specialists
Special   attention
paid to mail orders
Special:
Original Designs
in
Bamboo Baskets
Cut Flowers Fresh Daily
which are scheduled to take place during the coming season.
EARLIEST    OF    SPRING     PLANTS.
tered and occasionally with liquid
manure; pinch out the young branches
from among the fruit so that the fruit
may get the full vigor of the plant and
tbe benefit of the sun and air.
Garden Beet.
Sow In May learller Bowing Inclines
rich
Lily of the   Valley  May Be   Obtained
Year Around Through Cold Storage.
Tbe Lily ot the Valley is much',
Tlie time to elrim out depends very 1-prized for ItB delicate and BWeet^ocnt-1
much on the cUmate. but IT the plants;***t flowerB. Tho plant 1b Bupposod to\to run to Beed) In light, deep,
ar�� thoroughly hardened they should i be the one referred to in the "Sermon (soil, ln rows eighteen Inches apart,
stand the weather from the middle ol on the Mount," but this Ib not to be I and when the plants have made three
March to the middle of April, tttkir.g determined, pew plants cultivated I or four leaves, thin out to about nine
'are   to    protect    from    very   severe  give as much satisfaction at so little  Inches apart.
eost as the Lily of the Valley. lt is The ground should be kept clean
one of the earliest spring flowers and and occasionally stirred witb u'e hoe.
Is hardy and easily grown in shady In October the crop may be dug up
places, also thrives in sunshine If land stored in sand, or dry, light boII,
planted in good, rich soil. The beds care being taken not to bruise the
f.bould  be top dressed   every year   to; roots.     To   produce   fine,  juicy    roots
Salesroom: 1056 Granville Street
Greenhouses:
Peter's Road and 5th St., Eburne, B.C.
Phone orders attended to��jM| Seymour ���058
1
701 Columbia Street
��� ���IkfMIHMiaHMHm
FOR SPRING
Lawn Grass Seed, White C!over, etc.
RYALL'S
DRUGGIST and OPTICIAN
Phor.e57
weather. A little superphosphate and
soot dusted along the rows will help
to keep Hugs off. Carden netting or
Mack thread Bhould be put over tbe
rov s to keep birds off.
Staking   cr   Training.
Immediately after   planting   out   a
ft w bushy twigs should be staked at
the plants to encourage tbem taking
bold before tying to the permanent
sticks, The best form of staking Is to
place stout pests about eight fe�� 1
above the ground at tlle end of each
row. Take two cross pieces eighteen
inebi B long anil nine Inches loug, nail
1TCH1ES
g,-t the lust results.
Hundreds of thousands of crowns
or pips are especially grown in Germany for fencing by the florists. They
are detached from the clumps, crown
separately for two years, sorted before shipment and tied In bundles of
the soil should bnve been well trench-
. ed and manured the previous autumn.
Carrot.
Carrots require a deep, rich and
somewhat sandy soil to grow them to
perfection. The soil should have
been    thoroughly   trenched    and   ma-
PRODUCE THE BEST VEGETABLES AND THE
MOST BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.
Sweet Peas a Specialty.
Catalogue and Guide free on request.
twenty-five   each.      Derlin   pips   are nured the previous autumn.
considered best  for early forcing, and       For the main crop the seed may be
Ing the nini-incli piece about the top  can be had In bloom the early part of  sown in  March or   early in  April   in
of the post, and the other about four  January. rows eighteen  Inches apart,  thin out
In forcing, the bundles of pips are, from 'our to seven inches apart In tin
brought in as needed, separated and
planted in rows of sand. In frames
where the light is excluded until the
growth is about two-thirds along, tlon
they are gradually given light Tlle
two posts time fer planting to ths matured flower is from eighteen to twenty-four
days, the time lessening as the bio-
sou advances.
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All the New Westminster News
feet from lh.' ground.
I.un strong wires from tho ends of
these cross pieces to connect the two
in Ets at the ends of the rows; ta pre-
vi nt those wires ragging, notch the
end Of sticks anil place between the
wires where required,  tilt
ut th�� end will require to be stayed]
with six ful supports. To ihe wires
attach ten feet of bamboo canes where
eoch plant is growing, t'.ie canes will
thi n be :U au angle and thus allow the
fl wer Btems to grow straight.
When the plants are about eighteen
lies high thin out any side shoots
mil select one or two of the most
:-..i,,.., ,.u i,..,,i, n-* the strongest grow-
Many thousands of pips are now put
111  cold   storage,   where   tbey   ran    be
kept frozen until wanted, so that the
Lily of the Valley can be bad twelve
months In the year Instead of a tew
months in the spring, as was the case
before cold Btorage was devised.   The
rows. For early use, the Early fiem
or Early Horn varieties may be
sown on a hotbed in January and February. One ounce will sow a row of
00 feet.
Through tlie efforts of the Marquis
of Ailsa. a grant of ��1500 has been
|obtained from tne Scottish Fishery
Hoard for tin Improvement of tlie
harbor at Ibe village of Maidens, situated on the North fin Irk shore,
about a mile and a half from Turn-
berry Hotel. It is understood thnt a
further turn of ��1500 will be added to
this amount by the Marquis of Allsa,
BaKnKarauKur
Alfrcd W. MacLeod, the Insurance Man.    Agfiicics :
Established     Assets
Hallway Passenger Assurance Co. of London ... isiu      $   8,000,000
Guaranteed by the North British      Mercantile
Insurance Co. of London   180ii        105,000,ono
Palatine Insuranoe <'o. of London   insh 0,000,000
Guaranteed by the Commercial Insurance Company of London  1861 80,000,000
Niagara Klre Insurance Co. of New  York     1H.-VI 6,000,000
Hvea Fire and Life Insurance Co, Of Sweden  .. 18lifi 14,00il,0u0
Westminster  Trust   Block Phone 52.
"YALE ENGINES!"
run on DISTILLATE i
with an efficiency
equal to the best Gasoline Engine���so that
the "YALE" stands
strong for ECONOMY.
I
w, R,ITCHIE,, ��RAND fit COL
ifti    **~^     .^B^f 723 ROBSONSC
VANCOUVEB.B.C
Daffodils!
Daffodils!
Tke Finest
and Freshest
in Town
Carnations and Roses
 Finest Quality and Best Value	
Covent Garden  Florist
Vancouver Block
Phone Sey. 1213    Granville Street
Made  In  New  Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Works
Hesps   Engineering   Ce.,  Ltd., New Westminster.
The above picture shows the stnrt-
er.i in the boo mile International
Sweepstakes unto race for the largest
purse ever offered. $00,000 by tho
betters, llupert Jeffkins. the Australian speed kltiK, who was in this ruco,
will appear nt the Hoyal Theatre on
Friday of this week, and give u vivid
JEFFKINS THE  "DARE  DEVIL"  SPEED   KINC,
inscription ef the tare,    He has three
thousand feet ��f motion pictures of
this race. It took one hundred moving picture cameras stationed at different points aroung the two and a
half mile brick ipeeijway, which is
COMINC.
Is the only Ilrillsh subject recogniieil
by tho American Automobile abbo-
! elation as a racing pilut. Jeffkins
land Del'alma wuru ln   tho   lead    17
miles   when   thoy   had  11  breakdown
free from dust. The film shows more and they got out and pushed the car
of the nice than people saw who paid 1 In the roBt of tho way which was
$r,0 to sit In the grands! uud.   JeffUltiB Ithreti quarters of u mile.
SUMNER'S SEEDS!
We keep our slock fresh by burning doubtful ����-edn. fan wu it.i
more to protect you? TORONTO PARKS LAWN CRASS SEEU ia
what we handle and  What  we use on our -*��wn lawn   Try it.
Now Is the time to KODAK. We are ugeuts for Kaattuan's Kotlit4
and supplies,    llig and fresh stock always un luuttl.
Curtis Drug Store
TREE   SPRAYS   FOR   SALE.
Phone 43;  L. D. 71;  Res. 72. Hew W-tttmieemr, ��*.C THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
THURSDAY, APRIL S,  1B1S.
nu io oRontytNT
HM STRIKES
-British Houae of Commons Gives the
Measure Secon* Reading���Large
Majority.
lo-ndon, April 2. In discussing the
���WH to c-ircum��eiit "hunger airlines'"
*y : iirfragrtlrji. Kegiuakl McK-mina.
-���'he ltriiii-b home w-cnetary, urged llie
tiotiM' of commons today not to attach
too mucb importance to the terrible
tales of sufferl-ag caused by forcible
feeding.
TubUeity," be eald, "is the keynote
or U��c militant suffragette propa-
Kanda. Alternately the surfragette.8
shock the public by the violence of
their outrages and attempt to enlist
��jrmpathy by publishing tales of their
sufferin-gs is prison.
"But these prisoners have declared
mar against society and the govern-
-raent is responsible far law and order."
Mr. McKt-nna said Uiat the proposed law, which provides for the temporary conditional discharge of prisoners whose detention is undesirable on
a-coant of ill health, uiu^l give him a
power which would make forcible
Teeding unnecessary.
Labor Leader Objects.
The home secretary explained that
���under tbe preeent law only three
���courses were open to those responsible
for the prisoners who began a hunger
strike. They either might be released,
forcibly fed, or food placed in their
cells and the prisoners allowed to
die if thry did not take it.
"At Uie present time," said the
���ftame secretary, "we have no power
to release prisoners without remit
tint; their sentences alto-Rt-ther. If
Mie new bill is passed we can release
on ticket of leave prisoners whose
health is suffering from want of food."
Charlea A. McCurdy, a Liberal member, opposed the bill. He said leglsla-1
���ton would he wholly unnecessary If
the government would extend fair
treatment to the Question of woman
Kuffrape.
James Keir Hardie, the Labor leader, moved a rejection of the bill, de-
���rjaririK the government's pledges to
Lhe women were responsible for the
militant campaign.
Motion Defeated.
l-ord ttoliert t'rcll. Unionist, opposed
the bill on the ground that it would
abolish forcible feeding. Asked what
liis r, tniity would tie Lord Hubert replied "deportation,** but when asked
sis to how he would prevent the women going on hunger strikes during
the voyage, be gave no explanation.
Hir Gilbert Parker supported the
liilt because he wished the home secretary to be given sufficient power
to , ntorce Bentencea against law
breaking  autfraghrta
Mr. ilsrdie's motion to reject the
bill was, defeated by a vote of 335 to
SW nntl the second reading of the
���moasurc tben was carried by 290 to 43.
IN CANADIAN Mil
SEEMS EXTRADITION
CALGARY'S LAX
CIVIC METHODS
situation here is growing worse hour-land the police tonight are patrolling
ly.    At 7 o'clock tonight first floors !that  section in  boats,
on every wholesale house and many I    Western Kentucky points continued
_ ...    . ��� _,       ,       I to   report   rising   water.    OweiiBboro,
retail stores were flooded. The river j HenderBon and Wickcllffe were cen-
rose a foot and a half last night, go- ��� ires of refuse for inhabitants of the
ng to a Btage of 52.2 feet and the fore ' lowlands who are  fleeing before the
Prieoner    Serving    Long Term    Sentence Tells of Crimes and Hidden
Loot   in   Colorado.
Kingston, Ont., April 2.���Frank
���Jones, now in the penitentiary, who
has sent a leiter to Governor Amnions of Colorado, seeking extradi
tion and slating that he and three
others took part in the robbery of an
express car of tlie Deliver and Rio I
Grand train in 1918. and that they
burled part of ihe loot which amount
ed to $50,000.
Jones Is now serving a term of 3fi i
years for escaping from the peniten- ;
tiary, assaulting officials and attempe
cd murder ln Winnipeg. He Is one
of a gang which made a sensational
attempt to break away from the
guards at Toronto station a year ago
Jones says that if he Is extradited
he, will tell where the rest of the hidden loot is.
Preliminary Hearing of Former Assistant City Treasurer on Charge of
Embezzlement.
CONCLUDING   LECTURE
Rev. Owen Bulkeley Gives Interesting
Talk on Church History.
Last night, in St. Georges hall, the
Rev. Owen llulkeley. of South Hill,
delivered lhe fifth and concludln<-,
lecture of his series on Church History.
Beginning with the formntion of the
Venerable Soc-etv fer Ihe Promotion
of Christian Knowledge in 169S and
the S. P, C. in 1701, the lecturer dealt
in turn wllh the various movements
and influences which have molded religions life in England, such as the
Evangelical revival, the rise of me-
tbodism and tiie Ovford movement.
Other featnrei of latter day history
dealt with were the beginning of Sunday Bchools, the nuestlon of educa
t'on and the growth of translations
of the  Bible.
Altogether the history of comparatively modern times n ade a most interesting lecture which  was listened
| to with the closest attention, and for
the   series   Mr.   Bulkelev   received   a
I hearty von* of thanks voiced by  the
I rertcr or the Cathredral, Canon d'Kasum.
Calgary,  April  2.���The  preliminary
hearing of Harry Minchin, former assistant city treasurer, was concluded
today, judgment being reserved until
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.    Two wit
neBscs were heard, the first being W.
J.  Morrison,  a clerk  in  the treasury
department   and   CharleB     Iloyd,    an
auditor  in  the  employ  of  the J.  B.
I Watson Co., who conducted monthly
| audits during the period In which the
\ alleged embezzlement occurred.
!    The most important points brought
to light indicated a very lax method
\ot conducting affairs in the treasury
1 department    and    further    that   the
i monthly   audits were largely of a su-
| pc-rficial  character.
Charles Boyd admitted on the stand
that in examining the books he had
overlooked the alterations alleged to
have been made by Minehen. "On account of your mistake the city Is out
$5000," interrupted the magistrate.
"It looks like that," replied Boyd.
Micheii declined to testify.
cast ls for four feet more of water.
Should   this  forecast  prove   correct,
only   five   blocks   in  ihe  city  would
be out of wnter.
Lieutenants  B.  Beckner   jr.,   l'.S,\.|
and two non-cotiimlssioued officers of j
the regular army commandeered the , ,, ,,    ,    .
��,���.��,���. D..U.      j .morgue records. Coroner    Benkert
steamer Rap ds and every power boat1    .      , j -j    ,���.   ���.i������,i������
>i,������   **���ia     .....     . a.        ,i    .        : | who  has  made  a wide  Investigation
tliey  could    get    today.    Lieutenant'
crest of the flood
Bodies Recovered.
Columbus, O., April 2,���The total
number of bodies recovered in the
west Bide left by the receding flood
In the Scioto river had climbed tonight to eighty,  according to official
some    members    of
who  has  made
'b-ekner  s.*,i,l   u da,  that  relief  work I��"������$��*��* said that he esti-
I mated that at least 125 bodies would
Ibe  recovered.    Of  the 80  bodies   all
but three have been Identified.
I	
was well organized.
Small wooden buildings have been
erected hastily on the western edge
of the city and are occupied as the
water rises. Late today there were
rations available for 10,000 persons I
for ten days.
Despite conditions here relief work
tor a large district will be directed I
from Paduoah. Relief work will be j
started from Erookport and Smith-
land, both reported seriously affected
by the flood. The former is cut off
from communication except by boats.
Water Is four feet deep in parts of
Smithland.
River Falling.
Louisville,  Ky., April 2���The Ohio
river was falling here tonight at the |
rate of a little more than  one-tenth ;
of a foot in 12 hours, and at 7 o'clock
the stage was 44.9, a fall of one-tenth
of a foot since 7 o'clock this morning. !
REV. W
J. MAYERS
AND
A salvage corps was keeping a
FAILURE OF GERMAN BANKER watch tonight at several big distillery
NOT OF NATIONAL PROPORTIONS j houses in the western section of the
city which are in danger of collapse.
Berlin,   April  2.���The  liabilities  in- j The receding  water has disclosed al-
Pcp:
Plus
Heme, April 2.
Cardinal De Lal
s!stt rial  concrc-
A-���noi-t-i   Blshon.
On the proposal of
bi cretsry of the Con-
itlon, Pi "������ Plus hs ���
P. NuBsbaum Pas
al Baltimore and
i [oboken, X .1. to
diocese of Corpus
appointed lhe Ri v
sionist  Consultor
formerly of Wesl
he bishop of the
Christ'.
The  Rev.  .1.  T    McNallv.  fr-.--ie.-h
of Almonte, provln f Ontario, has
been   nominated   bishop  of   the   new
diocese of Calgary, Canada.
volved in  the failure of the banker,
Gustave   Puppa who suspended  pay-
��� ment yesterday were greatly exag-
j gerated in the first reports.    Invest!-
��� gations show that the amount to be
i considered reaches only about $600,000
!or  $700,000   and   that   the   failure   is
purely of local interest. There have
j heen no further suspensions of the
! banks as reported in tlle foreign pa-
] pers.
I Rates for money are falling steadily
: and outsiders are beginning to purchase stockB. The return of the German Imperial bank was considerably
better than had been expected, Although it had to Issue $186,000,000 in
notes In order to live over the final
week of March the aggregate depreciation in its status was $20,760,000
less than at the Fame pi riod in 1912,
Rich Find cf Free Gold.
Sudbury, Ont., April 2.��� Word lias
reached here that Liidson Bros & Cop-
percliffe, who have the contract tor
sinking a 25 foot shait on the propi riy of Dr. Dermott of Escanaba,
Mich., in the township of Davis, Sudbury distriet, have made a rich find
Of tree gold. The properly is 36 miles
from Sudbury on the new C.N.R. line
from Winnipeg to Ottawa. The find
lias created great excitement among
mining  nu n   here.
so      weakened      foundations     under
houses in the eastern end of the citv,
Or. Barnardo's Musical Boys
Friday, April 4,1913.
St. Patrick's Hall, New
Westminster
at 8 p.m.
Admission:   25c.  antl  50c.
Children Half Price.
Popular lecture-talk on Dr.  Barnardo's splendid life work for the children, with unique
COLORED   PICTURES.
Novel and Attractive Musical
Selections,
on   Handbells.   Bagpipes,   Mandolines,
Xylophones,   Ocarinas,   Cornets,   etc.,
etc.    Program one yard long.    Collection of the Barnardo Work.
Come and See, Hear and Help.
(9.15)
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE A TRIP EAST
this summer?   Then buy your Furniture, Linoleums, Hardware, etc., at
C. N. Edmonson & Co.
Cor. 6th Ave. and 12th Street
and buy now, as we are cutting prices all to pieces
for two weeks and you will save from 20 to 50 per
cent. Your choice of Linoleum for 40c. per square
yard. Floor Oil at 30c. per square yard, and everything else accordingly.
See Our Window Displays.
C. N. Edmonson & Co., Cor 6th Ave. and 12th Street
Special Feature Program at the
City Theatre
Wednesday and Thursday.
33 Hours to Prince Rupert
S. S. Prince George runs to Stewart.
S. S. Prince Rupert runs to Granby Bay
ss.
ss.
Mondays
Tuesdays-
Thursdays
Fridays
SUMMER  SCHEDULE,
"PRINCE   RUPERT"
"PRINCE   JOHN"
Prince Rupert,
EFFECTIVE MARCH 28.
SS. "PRINCE  ALBERT'
SS. "PRINCE  GEORGE"
Stewart,  Massett.
Victoria and Seattle.
Prince Hiipert.
Mert Bay, Hardy Bay, Rivers  Inlet.
Ocean    Falls,    Queen
Charlotte iBland (direct service, fast time).    First trip, April 4.
Saturdays    Victoria and  Seattle.
II. II   SMITH. C   P. & T.
Phone  Seymour 8134.
A. W. F.. DOPBROW, Q. A. P. U.
VANCOUVER. B.C.      527 Granville 8treet.
TWO   MEN
KILLED   IN
HEAD-ON
COLLISION
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*m BURNABY   NOTES. ���
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FOUR ENTRE'S RECEIVED
FOR   AEPOPlANE  CONTEST
land   Park,  on
4, al S o'clock.
The iliit,' of th.
London,   April   2.     The   Daily   Mail
has received four entries for its hydro-aeroplane conti si around the Hrit-
���Vhe r-egnlar meettnx ��l the Ward l   ish Isles and across the Atlantic. The
Baft-epa-jrer-a' association mx\\ be held at\entries ar,. the Englishman, Cordon.
*��� *���*, <��wrter�� at the imtanly.atlon, I and   the   Oeraan   Rumpler,   tor   the.
atAnaone hall, Beltac tieun, High-1 trans-Atlantic prize, which is op-n to
Friday etrastag, April  all nationality s, and the Blerlol aero
'plane, and Captain Cody,    for    both
smoker ir, be held   prizes
in honor of Mr. B. <;. Walter hy the      Opinions differ wldel) as to the fea
?,Z? ,'y, ,K''Vd.,or t���,t,\h*�� *��** **��� slbillty of crossing the Atlantic by -
*rang,-vl   for  I-nday.  April   11.  butead
**���!    this     roming   Friday   as  **uu an-
HjmwiiA'ri   prev'-Umsly.
liiirnaby voters -should bear li, mind
tthat regim ration OB the new voters'
Jists ran he made at the aswwstir's
��uid municipal clerk's -offices in Ihe
fMiiBi, i;,*,il hall, Rdmooda, or at the
<<fit*e of Mr. V B. Brown. Merelmits'
TUnk building, ile-ithii- Btreet, New
Westminster,   and   tbe   home   of   Mr.
Uml.fl     avenue,    Kd-
iKrank   Kraser
rnunds.
So far a -RoofJl.i number of names
hsve bc-rn sdbterlbed to the Tist
through Voi- efTonsuf Mr. P. IS. Rrown.
Mr t raw r, and CUen bnt n cotnpara-
tlv-flj r.mall nurntirr i,l lully qualified
V(*��". have niTi-sternl W the Mntm i-
rjtl haB Tbe lints clime on Monday.
Apnl *. tollowin;; which nu ailiiiimal
wmmtes ran ht aubucribod Ior a eon
Jilden.bli   time.
The Itumaby polfw *ia��e recehefl a
muni* r of notireti containing new reg-
ulsuions paiuwd a;  Ou- recent seasion '
itt the provincial Ucislaliire rn.srriitiR
tke mm of Bnaansm,   Thr notleee will
I*- polled nt various pointi-. throughout
���the  muni, iphJuy  bj   the  pollee
Next Monday the DM mln is of lhe
���niiiiiu ip:0 oiHunil wll) make a tour nt i
KM Curnnby t,, reckon whal new
iinpt.ni meats on- required in thai flit.
ertol pm>anitor> to the arrangement
<,i the enUm-atea for 1M3. nifherto
��t hiti been the oustom for the coun
t II te iruiki- a tour of Ihe enli-i iluhi
< tpallty in one day. preTlou-i to the
lonoation of the armual eaUmates, bul
t hM  yer.r one ��Sa>   v, ill  iv ilevui,, A  to
��� art,   watrt
CLOSING  DANCE
(Jalcdonian     Society     Will     Conclude
Dances Thus r.vtning
The last dHni>> nf the maoti of the
iucal  ���'iib'i'ioim-n    H<��-ie!.,     will    take
|,la<-��    in  fit.  Palnrk's  hall this even
��� hg wtien it It expected that the le-id
���inn   ti-chts   In   tbe   Beotttsh   dine i ���
wuriU. tor this dlstriet Ht least will
���*ke present nnd exhlbll their prowness
vi trt*' terpilchoreap nri
This hi the first yra- that ths West-
tnirmivr Seota bave bfen holdlni; a
rierien Of dances and If pant affairs
>ve aaf -rrlterion, tonight's evenl wlll
hi>   Un   tiesk  cyer.
Mr Win. McKav. the champion
ticotllth dancer of the province v->lll
^rtain Ik- seen in a ��rrlr-i til Highland
flt*ns),  dressed  li  the n-atlonal cos-
(ui-n>'.   whllo  tve   local   pipers   wlll   he
raiftted by n detachmenl ooming over
("num   Vancouver.
|,-|er.,.r-,,-,| Srrvlr.oa to Late Kinq.
.-inti FrtineiM-n. April 2. Consuls of
:\\\ entlons, reprceantatlTee of the
i'u<- .1 Slates army, many local dinnl-
inr��t�� und a throiiK of ''.rii-k risldenls
here all.nded the memorial service lo-
ilay for King iieorr.e "t Oreeco. Tho
: urrloe was at the Oreeh ehurrh lleti-
\ninin Ida Wheeler, pret'lili in Ol the
I isii\i rsily of California,    a   personW
Sheridan. Wyo., April 2. Two men
were killed and one fatally hurt and
seven others badly Injured Urn after
noon, when two Burlington passenger trains collided head-on at Wakcly
five miles east of here.
The <bnd. Walter TaytoT, Bharldan
route n^ent tor the Adams Bxpress
company. "Humps" Mobbery, Ta-
leoma,  Wash.
The  injured:    Q.  A.   Hart,  freight
auditor,  Burlington route,    Sheridan,
'hips  rruslied.   Berlous.     Hus   Holden.
Engineer   westbound   train,   lej;    and i
head crushed,  will die.    W. .1.  Stine
waterplane In 72 hours.    Herr Parse-1Sheridan, feet mashed, serious,   sieve
val.  the builder of German airships, i Buppus,  .Monarch, both  legs  mashed,
snys it ia far beyond any present pos-  serious,    O. P. Robinson, Denver, lert
sibillty.    The    Frenchman,    Paul ban, foot mashed, back wrenched.
believes it can be done wiih two or i	
j three  years. Canadian  Horses  Do  Well.
|    Captain  Cody  says  he can   foresee      Norfolk.    Va.,    April 2.-With  fine
ia trans-Atlantic waterplane fitted with 'weather and a fast track, Joe Talbot's1
.two sleeping births and an aerograph I horse ridden  by Mondon, carried off j
powerful enough to keep in constant I the main prize of the day at James-
"Snow
in Thrco Keels.
The most gorgeous interpretation of one of
Grimm's fairy tales. The old folks will be delighted
because it will recall the tender memories of childhood; the children will adore it because it is beautifully staged.
"IHE MASKED SISTERHOOD"
Tv/o Reel Feature.
WHITE STAR
Royal   Mail  Steamers Sailng   Every    Saturday   from    Montreal
Quebec. Liverpool.
LARGEST STEAMERS IN CANADA.
New S.S. Laurentic   15,000 tons  New S.S. Mejjantic.
First class $92.50; Second, $53.75; Third, $32.50.
S.S. Teutonic S. S. Canada.
582 feet long 514 feet
Carries only ONE CLASS CABIN  Uli   160 and up   and   THIRD
CLASS, f.n C", and up,
Por  raiiin-ss   and   illustrated booklets apply to
H, M. T'cvfr.son, Agent CM. & St. Paul Ry., 622 Columbia St., or
E.  A.  Goulet,  C,  P.   R.  Depot,  New Westminster.
Company's Office, 619 Second Avenue, Seattle.
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BAKER & McCAULEY.
Ladies and gentlemen's tailoring.   A fine stock from
which to select your Easter Suit.
Eighth St.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
Dunstnuir Block.   709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldg.
touch  with  ocean  liners. 'town.    The attendance was up to the
Ilorarn Short,  the builder    of    the  hifih standard set by yesti rday's bum-
nnvy waterplanes, considers a flight I Per opening day, and the sport was
from  America to Oreat  Britain,   with ia"  'hat   could  be desired.    Canadian
tlie help of the wind, nlmost feasible,
���and says a flight iu ihe reverse direction may be accomplished within
eighteen   months.
The Mail says the best experts believe that the Atlantic v. ill be won
before l'.il-l.
horses showed up well, and promise to
Play an Increasingly large part in the
doings at the track as they round into
better shape.
BOTTLE   TOLD   OF   WEALTH
OF   EMPRESS   EUGENIE
COMMERCE  COMMITTEE
CONSIDERS   BANK
New   Westminster   Brewery
Annual   Brew of Palatable
ACT
Ottawa, April 2 ll. C MeLeod, for
mer general manager of the Hank
<>r  Nova Scoiia. v.*!.*, examined  bef.>ri
the banking and c nerco committee
today in connection with the consld<
oration o! tha Hank Act,
He expressed Btrong views ai to the
capitalization "f i an ad I an hank-- and
though! thai thej had n ai hed a de
alrable limit lie did n *��� f iw.r the
American system, bul did think thai
the tend one j towards amalgatlon In
Canada mlghl be very serious ran
nda would bl bl Her off, ho ��� aid If il
bad forty hanks Insti ���"! ���
four IIS ill present Persi
'would like to nee iio banks with more
than five million dollars capltaliza
tlon, Local banks might be success
ful bul li depi ndeii entirely on tin
management, There ��an a danger In
centralisation, In that one bank might'
almost control Canadian finance
through political and other Influence
"Whal is your vb'w ','' he was asked
"as to banks controlling allied insti
tUtlons  Hueh
i panics?"
"I consider thetn a menace to thi
country," he replied
Perlgnan, France, April 2. Soldiers
haw discovered near the old fortifications at Mottlools a burled bottle containing what purports tr, t,<; nr, inven
tory ol !���������/.., ;,��� d ���,,. *., . , ntnjsted to
: .ei Peres for ������ ��� ��� ������.-:��������� to the
mothi r ��� ! En pri us i. ..* ���*.-. ������ *,��� Ma
drid
The docnmenl Is " ���-.* pad   . ���*, the
ve;i!"   ol    the   I'-" ' ���:   ' :* ;.  -       :er.'\      la
dated Beptember i. 1*70  It placet ���*..
���   ���    .,     r,f   l.h,     ),.��,
������nis from European toven ���-, (tm
pi'*, ��� Engenle, st 4,600 i f��0 fi ������ ��� ��� and
th. money at 800,00 fr.,-1 - i :,,.,. ,,,
Ithe bottle a akeleU n * ,    unearth d
Isri EXPKT TROUBLE
IN OHIO VALLEY
'Continued from pace one)
oommlttee explained t<, the governor
and members of ihe committee los
plan for the rehabilitation of ihls an-i
other flood slrirkeii cities, The plan
is trust and loan oom-|6&Ut fnr aid from the federal government the Btate, the municipalities,
counties and property owners.
Oovornor Oox, In   addressing   the
committee, declared thai Ihe legislature,   upon   reconvening  next   week,
would pass such emi rgoncy measures
las would assist the various flood oil-
London, April j   Blr Edward Orey's les  in   re-constructlon,
Bpeooh on Persia In iho house of com      Amour the suggestions mado to the
���nous han al lasl made his policy per   committee by Mr. Patters n wore thai
fectly Intelligible    lie Is determined   lhe course of the Miami river through
BRITAIN   WILL   KEEP   OUT
OF   SOUTHERN   PERTIA
T possll lo to k' e|, otil if Bntithcrn
l'i * Is Tl e i . i,mi India I i ri ���* are
to b ��� wltlidrav n fr..m Bhlraz,
i'  nl   h In    i   lo  bo   r * en  ���' *
*��� *��� rnmeni al Ti hi ran, li thi i I 11
Blr i Iward ndi ill am iher course
win huve lo be adopted In other
words, a fori o for the occupation of
tbe south "i will have lo i"- despatch
ed  from India
The foreign    secretary    di precates
the itussian  pn 11 di nl  In  tha north,
but  he gave his sanction  to thai  pre-
ir'M-i,,! of the late liinr-  txu> ���run   ITlo OBdaDt  when  lie am
id lo  tin*
.u.<l..*
slon if Morgan Shusler.
ixpul-
Dayti ii be changed, and thai an
amondmeni be mado to the Btate con
Btltullon reducing the tax upen muni
clpal  bonds,
Mr   Paitersnn <������ ni l I '������:v   c     *;. ���.*
ernmenl   Btand  one  half ol  ths  ex*
i ie of rehabilitating the city and
the Male, county, city, ami property
owners each one-elgth. Various city
and military officials explained lo the
committee the sltuaUon Dayton is
now facing    The oommlttee will vis
l|   Hamilton and  Zaneiiville tomorrow.
Conditions Worse.
Paducah,   Ky���  Anrll   'i.    The   flm d
The New Spring Tonic
Today
At All Hotels and Liquor Stores THUR8DAY, APRIL 3, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
B. C. BASEBALL LEAGUE
FORMED LAST EVENING
Intercity Games on  Lower  Mainland
Now Assured���Sld   Malcolmaon
President
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LACROSSE CLUB WILL
BANQUET BILL TURNBULL
If the magnates of tho B. 0, Baseball
league which wub organized in this
city last evening have their own way,
the sporting public of tho lower mainland will he well supplied with baseball  this coming  season.
Five teams were represented last
���evening, these being Coqultlam, North
Vancouver, KraBer Mills, Vancouver
and  New  Westminster.
In the voting for officers New Westminster gained first honors by electing Sld Malcolmson as president. Sid
has figured In many a baseball battle
between Vancouver und this city in
years gone by, before Hob Brown secured a franchise in the Coast league,
and should make good In his new post
This was the first meeting of the
delegates of the different clubs and
with excellent proBpects from every
district represented there appears no
reason why the great American game
Should not prosper in these pails.
Herb Ityall was in tlie chair and
soon bad things moving In great shape,
explaining just why a league of this
kind should he formed and that If Ihei
game was conducted on proper lines be ���
fell that nothing hut success would
follow the venture.
A division of the gate receipts was
decided upon, the home club retaining
GO i" r ccnl of the proceeds. This
method will give every club a chani ���'
to break even on the expense account
while affording transportation for Unlearns when playing away from home.
As far as this city Is concerned th"
brand of ball uncorked will hear the
amateur label for no player wlll ie-
ceive compensation for his services
and enough enthusiasm was shown In
the few games played last year I"
gather a team together al  all limes
The list of officers  is  as  follows
Honorary president, Mayor Mars
Port Coqultlam; president. Sid Malcolmson; Oral vie, president, S. T.
Schultz, North Vancouver; second vice
presidi in. Ur ll. ll Seoti, Fraaer
Mills; third vice-president, Wm. Walton, Hastings A.C., Vancouver; secretary-treasurer, A Anderson, Coqulb
lam.
The next meeting v. ill bo held in
this eity on April 80, when final arrangements for the opening of the sea-
��on and arranging of the schedule
"Will be completed. It is planned lo
play the first  game on  May 'i.
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The members of the West
minster lacrosBe club, the executive and players will gather in the Westminster club tonight where a banquet will be
tendered to Mr. William Turn-
bull, the well known local lacrosse player, who Is leaving
for the Cariboo district on Sunday.
The affair wlll start at 6
o'clock with the president, Mr.
.1. it. Agar in the chair.
TENNIS CLUB HOLD
ANNUAL MEETING
Satiofactcry   State   cf   .Affairs   Exist
With  Westminster  Racquet
Wielders.
Th" annual meeting of the West-
minster i.uwn Tennis club which was
held in tbe office of Diamond and
Corbould list evening, denoted a highly satisfactory state of affairs, tin
membership now reaching Su. of whom
30 are ladies.
Following the reports of the offie
ers for lUli; a vote of thanks was pass
ed to the lady members of the club for
their assistance wiih refreshments
last season and also a vole of thanke
to the retiring officers.
In the election of officers the fol-
lowmi: were placed in charge of the
club for the Coming season: Hon
pn ���'��� ;,i. A E, Hand: president, J. H.
Diamond; hon. secretary-treasurer, A.
C. Eddy; assistant seen tary, .1. A.
Motherwell; executive, M'-ssis. I.. M
Richards, n, H V Ardagh. W, 11 G,
Phlpps, I.. E, Haines and E, N Sulli
erland.
The ('rounds of il*,e club, located on
Puurth street and Iloyal avenue will
he placed lu condition Just uu soon us
the  weather permits.
In Prince George of Bavaria, grand-
son of the late regent, Lultpold and
of Emperor Francis Joseph 1 of Austria.
The young prince���he was born In
Munich 88 years ago today, April 3,
1880- held for eight years the middleweight and later the heavyweight
championship of the German army.
As a result of his propaganda, boxing
is now the favorite sport of the kaiser's soldiers. The prince Is Intensely
democratic and shocked his royal
relatives by putting on the gloves wllh
private eolillers.
He waived all the privileges of royalty In these bouts and always invited his opponents to forget the identity
of the man tbey were facing. Some
of them forgot so effectually that the
prince acquired cauliflower ears and a
broken nose.
His Influence has been felt ln all
classes and even the youngsters of
Munich have taken up the game and
look upon George as their hero. Despite the popularity of the sport, professional boxing has made no headway In Germany and the "verboteb"
sign has been put up to warn away
the professional pugilists of otber
countries.
The Grand National Steeplechase,
one of the big events of Its kind on
the British turf, Is scheduled for decision tomorrow. This classic handicap
Is worth 117,500 including a trophy
valued at $U25. The rules also prescribe that the breeder of the winner
shall receive $500 from the stakes. The
Crand National will be held over the
Aintree course, a dlctance of four
miles and 856 yards. .
Jerry M., the winner of last year's
race, has gone bad and is not entered
The new weights for the race have discouraged many owners who expected
to compete, and have upset all form
dope, leaving the bettors up In the air
The event is limited to five year olds
and upwards
In    the    meantime    the    Liverpool
Spring cup and the Hylton Handicap,
both  to be decided at  Liverpool  will
afford excitement for the Kngiish rac- i
ing fans today.    The Spring Cup, as |
usual, attracted only a small entry.     |
COAST UMPIRE
MAKES RECORD
paqe rtvt
Banishes  Nine   Playeri  for  Coaching
From  the   Bench���Yesterday's
Games.
I.OS Angeles, April 2.���Ixjs Angeles
fairly slaughtered Hogan's Venetians
In the second game of the series today by a score of 15 to 2 and took
the lead ln the Coast league standing
at least temporarily, with Venice In
last place.
Ernie Johnson slammed the ball to
centre field fence for a home run in
the sixth Inning, scoring three men
ahead  ot himself.
In the fourth Inning Umpire Rush
ordered nine Lob Angeles players off
the grounds for coaching from thc
b'^nch and the nine men marched off
to the clubhouse, parading in front
of the grand stand in locksteps. No
substitutes were left on the bench
but Ixjs Angeles had no need of them.
Portland   Loses  Again.
San Prancisco, April 2.���Tho San
Francisco team defeated Portland 6
to 2 today winning the second game
of the Pacific Coast league seaBon
here. The sunshine was in direct
contrast to the weather of yesterday
and the game was full of pepper.
Hughes won the game for the Seals
when he tripled and went in on Mc-
Ardles' single.
It HE.
San  Francisco      3    8    1
Portland       2    4    3
Batteries���McCorry, Hughes and
Spencer;  Caraon and Berry.
"THE BACHELOR'S BABY."
Interest In children on the stage is
always intensified if that little one is
bright and has clever lines to say and
speaks them In a childish artless manner.
To those who love children and de-
sire to have their risibilities tickled,
lt is but meant to state that they may
have that desire gratified during the
presentation of Francis Wilson's big
New York comedy success "The
Bachelor's Baby," which Is to be the
offering at the opera house this evening with Henry Buckler in the stellar
role, and little Baby Wilson as the
youngster around whom the plot
thickens and evolves.
Manager Wright has spared no expense In gathering together a notable
company of artiBts for the presenta
tlon of thiB comedy, and lovea of
good clean wholesome plav-B can be
assured of one of the real treats of
the season.
Durbar Essays.
The essays that have been written
by the scholars for the prizes offered
: bv the management of the Durbar In
Kinematocolor which is being shown
in the Opera House all this week with
: the reception of this evening, must
! be in the hands of the manager of
ithe Opera House, Mr. Harry Tidy,
I not later than 12 o'clock, noon, today.
HOCKEY PLAYERS WILL
SLAV IN WESTMINSTER
SUNDERLAND MEET
VILLA IN FINAL
���Ran  McDonald Will  Try for Place on
Lacrosse  Team���Mallen,  Tobln
and  Johnson  New Citizens.
Four of the New Westminster hockey team have taken up their residence in this city and Intend to stay
<ivi r until next winter when il is
hoped to have Ihem signed up once
more wearing the yellow and black
uniforms. These.players are Ken Mallen, Charlie Tobln, Ernie Johnson nnd
Han McDonald,
McDonald has made his home out
on the const for the past two years,
living In Vancouver Imt year with his
mother and sitter.    Pan is notions lo
have a iryoni wiih tlie Salmon Belly
lacrosse bam and arrangements were
made ye'terday for him lo do so. Last
suromi r he w is on tin   reserve list for
Con olnes, heing substitute for Cory
Hess iu rial. His place, however. Is
OUl in ths fb id and when ill * call for
practice vm r.ul Mao will don his
duds anil try his best to make a go of
It.
LOCAL CUE ARTISTS
LOSE TO VANCOUVER
Defeated Burnley Yesterday Afternoon
in Replayed Game���English Cup
Final  April  19.
Aston Villa versus Sunderland will
be the feature soccer contest at the
Crystal Palace, London on Saturday,
April 19 in the final for the English
eup.
Vi sterday Burnley was eliminated
from the running by being defeated by
Sunderland in the replayed semi-final
whieh war, singed tin the Villa Park,
Birmingham, the final score being 3-2.
Ihe record mnde by Burnley haB
been Ihe cause of much favorable comment by tlie fans thlB season for not
only did the Lancashire club creep
up to the i-omi finals in the cup ties
but are making u great raee in tlle
Becond Division of league football and
stand ii good chance of being once
more figuring In thn races In the First
Division.
it, sion North End are about certain to gel back In major company ul-
though ii has taken, them    several
* years to turn Ihe trick,
Preston is one of tha cotton towns
I well capable of supporting senior soccer and their gale receipts during the
| past two seasons have been such ��s
to allow the club's dlrertors wide lee
i way in securing new material,
ABOUT   AMERICAN   GOLF.
Englishman  Civcs Idea of Dally  Routine  in  U.  S.
New York, March 31.���This Is an
Englishman's Idea of "An American
Gl If' rs Time Table":
1   a.m. Wakened  by   an  American
alarm.
6.1 a.m.- A shower bath nnd a glas-
of ice water.
6.5 a.m.-Attires himself in a suit
of light flannels.
fi 15 a.m.���Goes to the golf club.
K'.'.'i am Has breakfast, consist.
Ing of a large glass of Ice water, blue ]
berry tart, popcorn, a dish of eggs
and bacon, Iced pudding and Chicago
ir'fh He may finish Ihe meal with
a small glass of ice water.
6.45 a m Changes Into a suit of still
lighter flannel and engages hiB eadie
by the hour.
6 15 a.m.   -Begins a match for $50no.
8.43 a.m. -Wins $5000 and pays his
fad!" for one hour and f,7 minutes,
!'.*.* finishing within two hours he saved -i i' u  cents.
8.46 i-ii Haa a Turkish batb and
���i alae-l of Ice water. Changes Into a
I'trbter  suit of   flannels.
9.30 a.m.���Oops to his office (His
doings here have no interest for golf-
��� rs, so we take up the thread of his
Hay's   work   when   he   returns   to  his
h bhouse.)
3.45 p.m.���Has a glass of lee water
and  change I Into  8   bttht  suit.
" I mp3.. shrdlu hrdlu Seldaca oan. .
3.48 n m PI iys another round and
iK.^n saves a few rrnt3 on his cadie's
r ���<��� i ��� the time principle.
���117 p.m. Has a shower bath nnd
1 glass of lee water. A change Into
a lighter suit enables him to take
icfd tea on 'be veranda, fresh, cool
and comfortable.
5.05 p.m. -Slat's on his third match
He lose-j his ball at the tenth hole
and finished In 2 hours and 17 minutes. Returns to club house greatly
depressed;  his eadie exultant.
7.2'i p.m.���A large glass of ice water
is followed hy a shower bath. Ills
suit hv this time being of the lightest
possible texture, there is nothing for
It but to go to bed. Here, with open
windows, of course, he has dinner--a
gln<m of ice water, poncopi neatlv arranged on wafers, some mysterious
meat known onlv In Chicago, chewing  gum  and  more  ice  water.
Another Win for Connie.
Philadelphia, April 2���In a elcRe and
well played game the Philadelphia
Americans defeated the local Nationals todav 2-1.   Score.
R.    H.    E.
Americans   2      fi      0
Nationals    1     5     1
Batteries: Bush and Thomas; Chalmers. Marshall. Mayor and Dooin and
Killiler.
Prisoners Ute Telegraphy.
San Queutln, Cal.,. April 2���Captain
of the yard, Samuel L. Randolph, testi-
'fy'ng before the legislative prison inquiry committee today, described a
system of telegraphing which he said
the prisoners used with the greatest
cleverness. The convicts were able,
he said, to communicate with each
other by tapping a sort of code they
had devised.
H.  A.  CHAMPIONS
EASY  FOR VICTORIAS
Winnipeg, April 2.���The Victorias
won the slush championship of the
season from the Toronto H. and A. A.
when they slashed through another
3-1 victory tonight in the final exhibition game here.
The game was played under rather
peculiar conditions for Winnipeg, raining outside while the players were in
action There was practically no interest in the series.
YOU'VE  GOT TO  HAND
IT TO THE IRISH
Th" fans are now gossiping of the
possibilities of an Indian battery for
the New York Giants, if Jim Thorpe,
lhe great athlete, is used by McGraw
as a twlrler. Here are some notable
batteries In the National lint:
trlrh���Ed. WalBh aud Hilly Sullivan.
Indian���Thorpe and  Meyers.
German���Reulbach and Schalk.
Hebrew���Petty and  Kling.
Polish   Covaleski   and   Block.
Dutch    l.iefield and Onslow.
Swede -W. Johnsou and SeverOld.
French���Dubuc   and   Rondeau.
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��� TODAY  IN  PUGILISTIC ���
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United   Services  of   Vancouver   Walk
r Away With Five Out of Six
Games. .
tin,     artists,     members     of     the)
Wotsmlnster club    received    a    bad;
trimming   by   thn   United   Services  of
Vancouver   last   evening,   losing   five
OUl   of   six   games.     Tha   games   were
Olub lahles and excited ,
the   members
playi d on the <���
much   Interest   among
present,
Mr. Jack Held wns lhe only member
of the Royal ('Uy aggregation n> heal
ins man, coming through with a groat
finish.
Messrs. Piidinore and V. A, Hose.
both put Up good games and only lonl
OUt by a lew points.
A   return   match   will   probably   he
pin veil  In  Vancouver III  lhe near t'
lure.   The scores nf the evening were
iih  follows:
Westminster Aid. A. ED. Kellington,
150; V. I'liilmnre, 1!M; Dr. K. P. Smith,
ni7; j Held, 20II-, J. ii. Diamond, 111;
V. A, Hose, 198,
Vancouver n. Ohallon,   800;   it
Smilh,    800; Twynun,   21111;   S
Boecham, lis; V. VVolsey, 800; Capt
I'inslley, 200.
1907 -Julius  Stein  held  Itay  Bronson
to n ten round draw at  Indian-
npolls.
1909 -Jimmy    Clabby     knocked    onl
Dave  llRrry  In  the  Tlrst   round
nt New Orleans.
1909    Sam    Langford    slopped    John
Wills In second round at I'hlln-
dclphln.
1911 Packey McFarland bested Paul
Kohler In  10 rounds al  Canton
1912 - Bob Mnha defeated Jim Bmlth
In 10 rounds nt. New York.
una George carpenter, French, outpointed (leorgo (iiinlher, Australian, In 20 rounds at Paris.
1912- Jimmy Clabby, American, defeated Hugh Mehegan, Auslra
linn, In 30 rounds at Paris.
1912 Max Roberts defeated J. Mnr*
Ihiiim In 2(1 rounds al Paris.
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* SPORT QUERY. ���
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Answering   a   query     from     "Pight
! Pan" who asks whether Philadelphia
i Jack O'Brien ever won a battle over
Marvin  Hart. Ihe records go tO show
that at no time did Hart meet O'Brien
1 in  a championship battle.
,11m Jeffries retired  in 1905 and  nfter refereiinc a battle between Hart
land Jack Root, handed Ihe title to
Marvin to defend against all comers,
, Tommy Burns tame along on Kebru
' ary 23. 190fi and licked Hart In a 80-
1 round go. retaining the title until 1808
; when Johnson came Into his own and
has held the championship ever since
Jark O'Brien defeated Boh FlUslm-
'minis In  December. 1905. O'Brien losing to Tommy  Burns In  19(17, a year
following    the    latter's  victory   over
Marvin  Hart  for the championship.
QUEBEC SHUTS DOWN
ON  PICTURE SHOWS
Montreal. April 1. - No murders, no ;
attacks on any religious body, no '
burglaries, no highway robberies. In
fsct, no presentation wherein vice or
violence In any form figures ���such is
'.he rule which will bo followed by
lhe newly created Quebec board of
moving picture film censors, which
will open up for active work within a
week t.r ten days.
Sheriff Lemleux. the chairman or
the board, has been personally look
ing afier the details of oQUlpmenta,
and as a result commodious quarters
In the down town section, nt the eor
ner rf St. Gabriel and St. James
streets, have been (Hted  up,
With only the 11 nal touches remaining to be looked after, tli" (farters
promise lo be the most up-to-date of
any of the boards of provincial censors throughout Canada.
LARGE  DECREATE  SHOWN
IN  AVAILABLE  WHEAT
N,w York. April 2.-Special cables
and t< egnphlc communication* received by Hrailstrei ts shows the fol-
lowlni   eli-ini'i I   in  available supplies
ns ci mpiri'd with previous account;
Wheal United states mst of the
Pockles ib- n seed 1.284.00 I bushels:
United states west of the iioekies, decreased 89,000; Canada, decreased
841,000; total Culled Slater and Canada. doc��ased 1,814,000; afloat for
and In Europe, decreased 1.900,ono;
total Anierlciin and European supplies,
decreased 8,814,000,
Com United States and Canada.
decreased 1,411.000
Oats Pulled States and Canada, Increased 318.000.
om
TODAY
3-Reel  Gaumont
"The
Vengeance of
Egypt"
OR
"The Fatal Ring"
NEARY & MILLER
Dixie Dancing Boya.
BlRCHl-AND
The Flexible Gymnast.
PETE  MURPHY
Westminster's Favorite
Tenor.
Comedy   Phcto   Plays.
Prince Leopold, 33 Today
Popularized  Boxing  in  Germany
Boxing hns made great Strides towards popular favor In Germany dur
Ing the laBt few years, and Ihe sport
ban found an enthusiastic royal patron
ANOTHER FALLS TO GUNBOAT
Callfornlan Puts 8leep Test on McKay in Second Round.
New York, April 2. Gunboat Smith.
Ihe Callfornlan heavyweight, knocked
���ul Fred McKay of Canada tn the
second round of n iielieduled 10 round
limit  here  I on i ab i
McKuv had the belter of Ihe opening round. Smith finding It difficult
lo reach his opponent, who was taller
and 88 pounds heavier. Smilh weighed 1S3 pounds. The Callfornlan took
the aggressive In the second round and
managed to gel within the Canadian's
guard, landing several telling blows
lo the body. A lefl hook lo the Jaw
god n right to the same plaee ended
the contest after one minute nnd 40
Seconds Pf fighting in lhe sei-iiud.
BUNS AND PELKY
FIGHT TO A  DRAW
Calgary, April ".    The bent between
I Tommy   Burns,   former  heavyweight
Ohamplon   of   ths   world,   and   Arthur
I'elky   Df   Chleopee,   Mass.,   horo   to-
I night, reunited In a. draw.
Coming Friday
and Saturday
<(The
Guiding
Light"
LUBIN SPECIAL
We Act as Agents Only for the Purchase and   Sale  of  Real  Estate.
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
No. 15���Two large lots on Fifth Btreet, 105x148% feet, all cleared.
Price 83300; one-third caah, balance arranged.
No. 139���Three lots on Hamilton Btreet, close to Twelfth, 44x140
feet each.   Price 8950 each; one-third cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Pine corner on First street and Fifth avenue, 84x104 feet, all
cleared; facing Queens park; paved streeL etc. Price 83000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Head Office: Columbia and Begble Streets, New Westminster.
WESTMINSTER WpODWORKlNG Co., Ltd.
JAMES BROOKES.
BANK, OFFICE, AND STORE FITTINGS, SHOW
CASES, SASH, DOORS, MOUIJHNGS, TURNING, FRAMES, INSIDE FINISH,
GENERAL MILL WORK.
Phone 473 Beach St., Lulu Island.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
fi (533283 is meeting with the greatest favor wherever laid.
Bitulithic on Second Street, New Westminster, with Boulevard Down
the Centre.
Bltulithic is noiseless, non-slippery, practically dustless, easy    on
horses' feet, and, above all, particularly durable.    For tin ise reasons
IlitulithJc IB commended highly by owners of automobiles and horses,
householders, and city officials.    It haB been adopted by fifteen cities
|      In Canada, and over two hundred in the United States.
| Columbia B\tu\it\iic,lAd.
t I      Phone Seymour 7130.       714-717 Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking business transacted, drafts and letters of credit
���old payable ln all parts of the world. Savings bank department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ���
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th and Columbia Street*
D. D. WILSON, Manager.
Tin
I la by,
lending lmlv  in  "A  IWichelor'B
nl Ihe Opara House tonight.
HARRY  TIDY,   Manager.
Francis Wilton's Comedy
Success
Thursday Eve.,
April 3rd
"The
Bachelor's
Baby"
With Henry Buckler and Baby
Wilson. Supported by a New
York   Metropolitan  Cast.
Beats on sale at Tidy, the l-Tor-
ist's, 789 Columbia street. Tela-
phone I.1S4.
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 60c
TYPICALLY CANADIAN
IT is characteristic of us as Canadians to
prefer the things that have been tried and
found true, rather than to experiment.
It is typically Canadian, the way McLaughlin Cars
havc attained and maintained their position of Favorite
among Canadian Motorists.
Thrrr may be countries where ��� frrskiih liody design��� anew
elutrh - or some other such "talking point" - will command teriout
attention.
But here in British North America, ive pin our faith to such
Irieil successes m the McLaughlin Car.    We (eel naie in -.electing a
McLaughlin became ol the 40  ���>ears'   SUCCCM  in carmKe-iiukiiifl
and the 5 years' lUCCStsln car building that the name "McLaughlin
represcnti.
Call and see these cars at our new showrooms or I'hone 691, 196 or 59 and arrange
for demonstration.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER PAtiE  SIX
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEW&
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1113.
"���tATF.S
Classified���One cent per-word per
O.y: 4c. per word per week; l&e per
month; &.000 words, to be used as rout,ired wltLin one year trom date of
cutract, $25.00.
Hlrth or Marriage Notices 60c.
LVath Notice 60c or with Funeral Nonce 11.00. Card of Thanks 50c per
inch.
The Want Ads. are
Salesmen, Peacemakers,
Puzzle-solvers, Loss-ad-
justors. Business-detectives, Task-doers.
They are Militant Co-operators
with the man who has property
of any Bort to sell���with the
business man, or housewife, who
is "upset" by the loss of "help"
���with the anxious work-seeker,
against whom the rest ot mankind BometimeB seems to be hos-
tilely arrayed���with the landlords who unexpectedly lose tenants���with the business men
who need more capital���with
all who have confronting them
a "want ad task!"
They are as completely at
YOUR SERVICE as are the
street cars or telephones���but
their capacity for serving you
is much wider, while just as
available.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���PAINTEIt   FOH   A   FEW
days.   Apply 43 ltoyal avenue. (988)
NKW AOENCY FOR NEW WESTMINSTER AND PHASER VALLEY
-agents wanted for Commercial
Proposition. Must have $500 to
$5000 capital. Will give a net PROFIT of 100 per cent, on Investment
with services. Capital absolutely
secured. NO RISK OR SPECULATION IN THIS AT ALL. If you
write Post Office Box 1010. Vancouver, B. C. we will be glad to
make an appointment. (983)
EXPERIENCED  DRESSMAKING  BV
the day.    Box 973. News Office.
WANTED TO RENT���SMALL Kill-
nlshed cottage. Apply Box 967,
News Office.
URBSSMAK1NO  WANTED  BY   THE
day.    Apply Box 9G5, Daily Newa.
rt) RENT ��� TWO FRONT BED-
rooniB, furnished; suitable for working girls, 609 Victoria street near
News Office. (997)
VARSITY MEN CAN
BE EMPIRE MAKERS
LUMBER JACK MAY
WIN IMMENSE SUM
With    Capital    Openlnss fer  Servile
Are Many in Canada���Professor's
Advice.
FOR    RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS
with board, 125 Third avenue (980)
FOR RENT-LARGE FRONT BED
room, furnished, with board. 715
5th avenue. (985)
FOR    RENT-TWO   UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, 503 Agues St.
(966)
FURNISHED FIVE ROOMED BUN-
galow for reut at once. Phone
R1283 or R331. (951)
NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM
for rent; use of kitchen and dluing
room.   Phone 1129. (940)
TO RENT���TWO LARGE AND TWO
small rooms over the News office.
Suitable for club or light manufac
tudng purposes. Will lease for two
or three year term, Blngly or en bloc
Apply to Manager the News.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE���AT EDMONDS, THREE
roomed house and lot, $100 cash,
balance to arrange . Reply to 991
News Ofice.
FOR SALE���THE DUNSMUIR CAFE,
doing good business. Apply C. D.
Munn, 40 Eighth street. (994)
JUST LIKE RENT���FINE MODERN
five-room bungalow, located on Seventh avenue; one block from car
line. This bungalow has all conveniences, including fireplace; view
unexcelled. $3400 takes It; $260
cash and the balance like rent.
Owner is tired of tenants. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521 Columbia street.    Phone 515. (998)
Ontario Man Finds He Holds Winning
Ticket In French Government Lottery of $300,000.
FOR SALE ��� EIGHT ROOMED
house and large lot and chicken run
on Fifteenth avenue; one and a
half blocks from car line. $2300;
cash $250. balance as rent. Topping's Agency, 521 Westminster
Trust Bldg. Burnaby Office, P. O..
East Burnaby.    Phone 1110.      19961
London, April 2,���"The University
Man in Business" was the subject of a
discussion at a dinner of the Sphinx
Club ln this city recently. 1-onl Plymouth presided and a number of well-
known educationists and business
men were among the guests.
Ono     of     the     most     Interesting
spevches was made by Dr. A. E. Ship- j
ley,  the  MaBter of  Christ's   College.
Cambridge, who said that some twelve |
years ago he had a good deal  to do
With     staffing     the    Appodtlonment
Board'of Cnmbrldge, and the   reason
he was fintereBtcd In it was that  he
had a fairly wide knowledge   ot  thc,
Unit-sd States and Canada.
He found that In the United they
were seeking business careers which
were closed to the students at Cam- j
bridge, and it was that knowledge and
the knowledge that Wall street was
crowded by what they called over
there alumni that Induced him to
take a part in founding a board at
Cambridge.
lt was very uphill work, but the
measure of success had been quite
considerable. He thought that last
year they had placed over 340 young
men at Cambridge in various posts.
If, said Dr. Shipley, he were a young
man with any political aspirations
whatever, he would go straight to
Canada, lie believed that a young
man with political aspirations would
in Canada in fifteen or twenty years,
especially if he had capital, establish
himself in such a position that he
would be far more effective as an
empire-maker than any member of the
cabinet, no matter which party was in
power.
WAR f EVER SWEEPS
THROUGH EUROPE
MORE PLACES WHERE
YOU MAY REGISTER
Liit Closes on  Monday  Next���Every
Opportunity   Offered���Roll   up
for Westminster.
Ottawa, April 2. Leon Henley, an
employee of tho W. ('. Edwards company's mlllB ut Rockland, Ont., has
discovered that ho Is the holder of
the ticket bearing ther number advertised as winning first prize, $300,000,
ln a lottery conducted by the Government of France two years ago.
According to the story as told by
Henley's friends, the French Government extensively advertised the result of the lottery. When none appeared to claim the big prize It was
supposed that the holder of the win-
uliiR number had gone down with the
Titanic last year.
Henley heard nothing of this till a
few weeks ago, when his attention
was brought to au advertisement of
the result. He gasped tx) find, on
comparing the number of his ticket,
that it corresponded with that entitled to the first prize, $300,000.
Henley is at present employed as n
yard hand at the Edwards Company.
He haB placed his case in the hands
of Manager Marehand of the Bank of
Ottawa at RockClltfe, and the ticket
and other data have been forwarded
to I'aris. An answer is being awaited,* and meantime Henley is keeping
his job.
He claims to have bought the ticket
from the original holder shortly after
its issue for a small sum.
HUNTER HAS CIOSE
SHAVE EOR IIFE
Thrilling Chase of Lion in  Depths of
South African Jungle Is
Narrated.
Belgium and Switzerland as Well    as
Great  Powers  Are  Girding for
Possible Struggle.
DO YOU WANT THK BEBT LOT IN
the city   or  Hurnaby  at lha price?
Do  you   want It very  close  to the I
car, Do you want electric light and 1
water?    Do   you   want  a   splendid '
view?    Do you want a lot that will
Increase in value rapidly'.'    Do you
want to cut down the cost of living
by owning your own home? If these
axe some of your wants see us today as we have just a few lots lift,
two  block.i   from  city limits    and
two blocks from car;  open  streets,
all   conveniences.   One  of   lhe   best
views in the dislrict.   Only $25 cash
and $10 per month seenres one   of
these fine honiesites.   We want you
to see the property aa it will stand
Inspection.    National  Finance Company.   L'd.,  521    Columbia    street.
Phone 515.
 I     Paris,  April  2.���A  passion  for  war
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED MOD-' seems to be sweeping over ull the
ern house, Colbourn street, city; countries of Europe. The Balkan
close to new school. $2600; $600 states have found a lield ot expression
cash, balance aB rent. Topping's * for their militancy, but countries
Agency, 521 Westminster Trust ' which have not this vent are expend-
Bldg. Burnaby Office, P. O., Easting their energies in warlike prepara-
Burnaby,   Phone 1110. (996) Ltlons.   The small statea ure involved
 j equally with the greater powers, and
FOR SALE���ORCHARD LOT, 50x166.: today France, Germany, Austria, Ilus-
to lane. Twelfth avenue; owner ; sia, Belgium and Switzerland are tak-
forced to sell. $800, very easy | Ing serious count of their military preterms.   Topping's Agency, 521 West: paredness.
minster Trust Bldg. Burnaby Office.;    Belgium is raising her army from   a
1'.  O.,   Kast  Burnaby.    Phono Ilia, i war looting ot 100,000 to 150,000 men.
Itl'JCl \Baron  de    Uroquevlllo,    the    Belgian
I minlBter of    war,    in    concluding    a
FOR  SALE-CAR  LINE    LOTS    IN (speech on this subject before the Bel
East   Burnaby;   Sixth   street,   elose i gian  chamber,  urged   that  th
COLLECTIONS.
BAD DEBTS COLLECTED EVERY-
when-. No collection, no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings streel west, Vancouver, B, C. ''������'��)
FOR RENT.
Three
hath;  1
room   furnished   suite,   with
���ai, il, hot snd cold water.
Bradley Apartments.
1218   Fifth   Avenue Phone  750
;inn
u ,.. i "fin., and factory; 60x100.1 increase be voted as quickly as pos-
$000 each, to suit buyer. Topping's sible for the sake of Belglau secuntj
Agency. 521 Westminster Trust and holier." The country lives under
Bldg. Burnabv Office, P, 0��� Bast the shadows of the great slates, the
Hurnaby.   Phone ll lo. (996) minister declared, and Belgium mus
 . I put  forth  great exertions  to  protect
FOR SALE-LOT    ON    CAR    LINE. I*��� fr0,'li|,,,s should  her neighboring
Sixth street;  with small house and Power8 falIAuS���� ?oh��*
barn. $1600; cash $400, balance   to raoift"*Zt newspapers of
mnste TruDs!Vffln^SJ of:!*$�� ^Publishing tnVomelal
Phone notices of   the government    warning
Swiss  citizens  residing   in   European
countries to hold themselves In readi-
fice,   P.   O.,   East   Burnaby.
-1110.
(996)
Immediately   In   the
event of war, and Swiss living in the
United Slates have been requested to
Btand ready to come back to Switzerland on call.
The Swiss republic, under its proa
ent military organization, could put
Into ihe lield 100,000 nun   in 24 hours
. __ and 200(000 in 4s hours.   One-third of
FOR SALE���SMALL HOl'SE AND I** government's revenues are spent
lot on Twelfth avenue; one block on military objects ln case i
and half from ear line; owner must supreme necessity, the K��vernment
,���,.11 and will sacrifice, $1300; cash expects to be able to place 276,000
$U,0 balance as rent. Topping's men under arms within a week
Agency, 521 Westminster Trust The French cabinet has adopti ) ���
Bldg.    Burnaby  Office.  P, 0
FOR SALE���LARGE LOT CLEARED neBS to ^ return
with small house; on Twelfth avenue, Kast Burnaby; half block from
car line; ea^h $S0O, on terms $1000,
cash $325, balance 6, 12 and IK.
Topping's Agency, r,2i Westminster
Trust Bldg. Burnaby Office, P. 0.,
East Burnaby.    I'hone 1110.     (9fl6)
Burnaby.   Phone 1110.
FDR BALE
Furniture.
MAHOGANY
llox  981,   News
Off!
FOUND.
BOUND PLATED VV.VIT.lt JUG
engraved Apply to <; Nundly,
Knox street, Sapperton (987)
East   measure  extending   the  term   of  ser-
(998)   vice In the army from two    to   three
  years; this adds something over -���'>.*
\Nii OAK '���""��� men '" ":l' paace footing of   tho
army.    "Every Frenchman," said    M,
  ciierim, official analyst of the appro-
I FOR    BALE  -ONE    OF    MV    TWO prlatlons  committee  of  the chambei
hunting dogs your choice of Point- of deputies,   In   a   recenl   address
r or Seller ' Apply  P.O.  Box 886, "musi al the present moment iix hi..
(984)  attention   upon  the  military  activity
on the other side of the frontier."
EMPIRE     Ha then compared  Germany's ex
INVESTORS'   INVESTMENT  CO.
Ttltuhone 296, P. O. Box 777.
Will tske a city lot as a first payment
on s handsome new elghl roomed
dwelling house with full Blzed lot.
No, 01.
Will   take  city   property   in   exchange
for an eight acre farm ai Sardis.
Five acres under cultivation, No, 6
Will take a city let as first payment
on six roomed house not quite completed  and   1 lted  an    Bapperton,
House is all modern nnd in valued
at $3300.   No, 37,
Cheap lot on Wise road, size 34x145.
$100 cash and any old term for Unbalance.
V/ill take city property in exchange
for an eight acre farm near Bardie
Five acres under cultivation, No. G.
Three roomed house and large lot
near Edmonds for JIKIO; easy terms.
No. S4.
Cwellctt house In the city, on George
(treet, Interior finished in oak. Excellent plan, ^nap price.
Cottage to rent.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
city,
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary  Public. , ,���....,
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.   Of U. W. Brodle. O.P.A. Vancouver
FOR     SALE    SIX     HOLE    .
steel  range, cheap;     211    Oakland  pendltures on her army v.-iih the   ex-
hll.pi,t (9801  pendltures of France during ths pasl
FOR SALE CHEAP NEARLY NEW <"" years. The cost of tho Oerman
corrugated Iron water tank, run army had augmented constant!) until
gallons; also small dash churn, now it was double thai of Frai ie,
basin, print, etc. Geo, Humble, Next year, under lhe new German law,
Jubilee   B.C, (939)  tbe outlny on the army would be $100,-
 I  000,000 more than that of France.
for   SALE   CHEAP   HOUSES   IN     The m-w German military bill wlll
all parts of Queensborough, $700 up, add 84 000 recruits to the urmv, giving
Also good   building   lots.   Queens- a total of 806,000 men. excluding offi
borough Realty Co., Ewen   avenue, leers.    Compared to  this  France,    in*
(043) j eluding the latest numerical Increase
 has a loiiil of 578,783 men In her army
SEE THE EVOLUTION OF A COOK on a peace footing, excluding officers,
Btove,   Canada's     ���'ride     Malleable I France Behind.
Iiimges $l.oo down, $1,011 tier week.      French opinion Is waking un to the
('amnla Range Co.,  Market square, facl  that Oermany,  In llie sphero of
(974)  military     aeronautics,     Is     leaving
* rr-ini-" badly In the rear,
General Lacrolx and a number of
other emlnenl strategists unit in d*
clarlng thai France has nothing to
show against Germany's aerial
cruisers bul a fleel of "pinny steam
ers,1' and ihey strongly deprecate tho
attitude* taken generally In France towards dirigibles, 'Ihey think the sud*
den devcloptnen! of aeroplanes caused
an entirely unwarranted enthusiasm
for those machines, ami a corresponding disparagement of dirigibles.
General Lacrolx holds that tho op
position to rigid dirigibles In France
Is quite wrong; the s'ipple lyne of
airship favored hy the French military
authorities Is, from tbe military point
of view, exceedingly risky, a pin prick
'Msufficing to destroy them. Ahr ships
For rates and reservation apply   to [of the German rigid type, with their
several  eomparlments are  capable of
withstanding considerable damage bo-
fore beliiR put absolutely out of action.
London, April 2.���Writing from
Nairobi, Mr. Hector Munro gives the
following account of a thrilling lion
hunt which nearly cost Mr. J. C. Crawley, of tlle Magadi railway, his life.
Mr, Crawley went out in search of ad
venture, being accompanied by a
native boy.
ile was armed with a B, S. A. .302
magazine sporting rifle and a Browning automatic pislul. He managed to
kill two lions and thought he had
secured a third, but the latter was
only wounded. The letter proceeds.
. "Seeing a number of boys in the
valley below. Mr. Crawley enlisted
their services to carry the dead lions
to camp, but on proceeding lo the tree
he found that one of ihem (the second
shot)  had disappeared.    Leaving ihe
boys   Ui   attend  to  the   other  two,   he,
accompanied by a natiw. Instituted a
search for the wounded    beast,    but
was unsuccessful In locating him and
proceeded to camp for luncheon.
Having gone only some 200 yards
on his way he naa Btnrtled by the
roar of the lion which had emerged
with its entrails dragging, frcm a
small bush not 12 feet distant. The
lion immediately charged both. Mr
Crawley managed to gel In a shot lithe chest, which, however, failed to
bring down the beast and in another
instant my friend was in the lion's
jaws.
"Mr. Crawley endeavored to fore
the barrel of his rifle down his assail
ant's throat, but it was brushed aside
by a sweep of the paw and he found
himself In a sluing posture having
fallen backwards agalnsl a rock.
"Standing with his front paws on
Mr. Crawley's legs, the lion bit him
in four places on tho right arm, from
the shoulder downwards, and once on
tlie left hand, tearing the flesh only
Blightly on the right wrlsi end then
suddenly left his prey and staggered
hack io the bush, evidently feollng
deatii approaching.   Mr. Crawley wtfci
livable   tO   use   his   pistol,   B8   il    W8J
jammed bi tween himself and the
rock.
"Having pulled himself together
Crawley called lhe hoy who had
mad,- off and. with the assistance of
the other natives, went In search of
the Hon which was found in the bush
dead. Mr, Crawley does nol think
the lion's aiteck upon hlm could have
lasted more than a few seconds, bul
io him ii seemed an eternity and hi
refused lo disclose his thoughts dur
ing those brief moments,
���'I*-,mi* enme to him, he stated, after
Hn- knnwledj ��� that hn was safe and
had bad a iiuisi miraculous escape
from the Jaws of d latli None of his
wounds are very serious and this ho
attrlb Red lo the facl tba! he was
wearing a very stoul Khnkl shirt
which wa i buttoned al tho wrists, Ha
is now  i'i lown under mi deal treat
By an act passed at tho recent session of tho provincial legislature
every "Oter in B. O. Irrespective
of party, creed or position waB disfranchised. Entirely new voters 'lists
wero opened and on theso every fully
qualified elector must again register
hiB name by April 7. or lose his power
to vote lu any election, provincial or
Dominion that might occur duriug the
next few  months.
Citizens of New Weatmlnster by
iho appointment of a Bcore or more
of special commissioners by the government have "every opportunity to
hand to place their names on the new-
lists long before the date above mentioned. A number have already performed this duty but others falling to
realize the Importance of the act or
being unacquainted with the necessity of registering have not done bo.
To the latter special attention is called to the list of commissioners and offices given below from which application forniB can be secured and properly
filled In:
The Conservative club rooms, day
and night.
Office of The  British Columbian.
Cray & Ollelirlst.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
City Hall.
Plckel & Hunt corner Braid und
Columbia streets, day and night,
City  Market.
M. J. Knight & Co.
J. 10. Brown & Co.
Lees Limited.
Tho Labor Temple.
Thomas      Rutledgi1
Trust block.
Mr. T. Gifford, jeweler.
Messrs. Wm. Pope, W. S.
Percy Hunt, J. E. Brown
Blakely, Clarence I). I'eele, 1)
Kenzie, D. W. Gilchrist. 11. A
James Ferguson, Charles
Mathew J. Knight. John A. Li
Are you one of those to whom
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sulierlng ?
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will help your disordered stomach to
digest any reasonable meab, and wlU
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "B" for Mains and Connections.
Schedule shewing the real property Immediately benefited and the'proportion In
which tin, assessment is made nn per foot frontage. Krontuge of Irregular subdivisions taken un area 0����r IiiimIh of 132 feet depth:
Blk.
Name nt Owner.      Ite-subdl'n.      Kubdl'n.
Coli Inv. A lioan Co,
lie Beok, Olarsnoa it 3
lie nick. Clarenoe H, 4
Do ll' rk, Clarence II. S
in. Beck, Clarenoe u. e
11��, iii-ck, Clarenoo ll. 7
i������ iitck, Ciarenos H. 8
iv, Beok, Clarenoe H. a
nr liirk. Clarenoe li. io
lit, 11,-ck, Clarence It. 11
IV  Hick.  Clarence  11. 12
Can.  Ui-ck k Novelty Co. n
Can.  Unit A  Novelty Co. 14  N.pt
Wade, Charles Ktuart 14 8 pt.
Wilde, Charles  Stuart 16
Wade,  Charles   Hluart 11
Wild'-, Charles Stuart 17
Wade, Charles Btllart n
Wade, Charles Stuart 19
Wilde,  ClmrleH   Stuart 80
Winie, Charles smart 21
Armstrong, Jmnes K. 22
Dynes, Margaret 8
l'antelen. S. 4
iM.-llle.   .1   .lill 5
IHCkle,   Jul,11 t
Harvey,   Minnie   E. 7
illass,  James 8
Body, W,  A .  ltamey, E.  B. 9
Welook, Fred. W. in
linker, AllOO I'*.. 11
Oarrutt, Alexander 12
Warnook, Jus. V. 13
Woolven, Allco 14
lllcklo,  John 16
Dutton, HiiKh W. 16
Dutton, Hugh W. 17
Craig, George 18
I'udmore,  Fred W.
Hansen. Chrlsttan 6
Hansen, Christian 6
Hansen. Christian 7
Barrett, J   A.. Bingham II. 8
SK.Iliy, Archie 9
Morshead.  Fred. io
l.une. William ii
Walls.   Mis    II. 12
Mend.  Matthew R. 13
I line iwei.il, Robert 14
William, Mary A. IB
Barber, Arthur 16
Presby, Amy II. 17
Thomas, Prod I'. is
Pressv. Clarence I.. 19
Mead, Matthew rt. 20
Barker, Thi r< su 21
Flfcly, Jacob 22
Mrli'innlil. Daniel
Thomas, John A.
Mallory, Oeo.   II.
Lewis, David  P.
Hist. Margaret
Best, Margari t
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Hall.  F.  II
Campbell, Wm. F.
Ankers.   Martha
Keel Front.    Rate
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Wilson,  Mnrv & Wm.
Cormier,  Mnrv  1   A Chas.
Kennedy, Jus   It.
Cameron, Bllsaheth
Cltv of New  Westminster
Hum". Alice
|-*N.v���y,   Mary   J.
Atkinson. Barah
OrnlK. Thomiis R.
Chambers, William
Chambers, William
Cameren, Joseph
Cameron, Joseph
Still.-s,   Il    A.
Kennedy, Jus.  B.
Kff .nl. Abigail
Woodward, Demetrius
Boweis.  A.  S.  nnd F, A.
Siilimlers,   tiuvl'l
l.lnii.iuisi. v.. Brudvlk, ON.J.
Llndqulet, 1:. Brudvtk, O.N.J.
Hinnk. William
MeDougall,   Alice  B.
Saint.   Jusi-i'li  ii.
Woodward,  Demetrius
Mitchell.   Nelll
Balnt, Joseph 1;.
Bolster,   l*:iiza
Best. James A.
McDourall, Donald K.
Wood. Mabel
Walmsley, Emerson
Stein. Kate M.
Altchlsnn, James rl,
Bushell, Joseph J. 6&
Ciineron. Chas   C.
Monday, Wm. R.
Munday, Matthew
Oovlle.  Joseph
McKenxlo,  J.ssie j.
Munday, June C.
Alsbury, John
Welsh, Howard M.
Murr.iv.   Waltor  S.
Osborne  Chas, K.
COtllSOn,   lienri(e
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Osbnrne, Chas   F..
Mcflllllvray, Alexander
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iii-s-k.  David
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luilrymnle, O, F,.
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Wntson. James
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Altohlson, Hugh
Altchlsnn, Hugh
Alrlh.   Iturrv C.
Comer, Henry
Wilson.  Amelia
Henley,   J"nn|e   R.
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Walcombe, 11   K,
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Bee. June  Ann
Morrow  Ueorge
Dltcham, Hannah
Teskv, James
Morshead,   Fred
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Banes,  Thomaa  1..
ttiines. Thomas 1..
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T.lndslrom,   Charlea
Robertson, Jus. A W. A J.
Mend.   Mnlhcw  It.
Oulck,   Hiinnah   C.
Quick,  Hannah C.
Jnmea.  Edward
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James,   Edward
Hllllker.  John  H
Hllllker   John   II
TarKit.  (Soo.   E.
Target, Geo, E.
rhompson,  John
Ross,  John
Murray.    Ilerbet
Target, <>io.  D,
Target,   <lco.   E.
Illirkett.   John
Buiketl,  John
AUc'iIhoii.   Hugh
Aitcblson,  Hugh
Slnuli. Hurry E.
Vi dSWS, Elnora
Bis-. June Ann
Vayion, J. t.
Tesky, James
(tod-SOn,   HlcJuird
Opdssn,   Itlchard
Thompson, John
Carlton. J. W.
vasseur,  Martin
Vnsseur,   Martin
Tyner, John It.
McKwin.   James
McEwen.   Agnes
Moore,   fjeo.    II.
Horn.   l'er.   lx��an
110m.   Ber.   Loan
Baker,    Annie
Kassard, James
Ihussard,  Jaime
Dom, l'er.  Loan Co.
Bonnie,   Mary  S.
Bollard.   Mary
Bollard.   Mary
Wells.   Mabel   M.   (E��t.)
"awker.   Samuel  Jr.
Pollard,   Harry  Jr.
Bollard,  Hurry Jr.
Tlsdnle.   Joseph   (Est.)
Ostrom,   Cenretta
McCallum, C.  W. N.pt
McCallum, C. W.
Cami ron, Chus. C.
Montgomery, Sarah
Donoaster, J. Albert
Buchanan, c,. E. A Huff R.
Buchnnan. <���. F,. A Huff, S.
Buchanan, O. E. A Huff. s.
Buchnnan, O.  E. A   Huff,  H
Buchanan, <������ E. A Huff. H.
Buchanan. (I.  E. A Huff. R.
stiln, Clarence  A.
'fair.   James   (',.
'initg. Archibald
flormaok, Ann
Ritchie,   Wm.   D.
Blair. Jas. C.
Buchnnan. C. E. A Huff, R.
Buchanan, O. E. A Huff. R.
Buchanan, (��. E. A
Buchanan, '1  El, A
Buchanan, Q, E. A
Buchanan, O. E. A
McComb, Wm. J.
McComb,   Wm.  J,
McComh, Wm. J.
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Huff. R.
Huff. R.
Huff, 8.
Huff, R.
Huff. S.
Huff, S.
Huff. S.
Huff. S.
Huff. S.
Huff, S.
E. ft Huff. S.
rlanno
Buchanan, f��
Buchanan, O
Buchanan, '�����
Buchanan, O,
Buchanan, tl
Buchanan, G
Buchanan, o
Buchanan, Q,
rhotnns.  M
1'tiornas.   Mart ^^^^^^^^^
Leavltt,  Fred, j
F,eavltt, Fred. J
Buchanan. C. E. A Huff. S.
bairns,   S.   J,
Ellgh,   Catherine
Alexander,   Inivld
Vi,:i.   M.   W.  & Co.
Vail. M. W. ft Co.
chapman,  Bold.
Ihapman, Boot.
CVorthlngton, M,
Worthlngton, M.
McComb, Wm. J.
McKay,   Wm.   M.
Arsen, Peter M.
Irwin. Joseph
Ir-wln. Joseph
Irwin. Agnes
illalr.   Jas.   C.
Blair, .las   C.
Vard.  J.  A. A Elliiab-'h
Ward. J. A. A Elizabeth
���tlnl-.   Jas.   I".
Blalt,  Ja��    C.
���Iiusiv    Eveline   M.
'���hasty.   Eveline  M.
'hial-  S.
tim-v, Gertrude v.
luchanan, G. E. A Huff. S.
;i iw��ll, Brolly L.
Unwell, Emily I..
Bnwell, Kmlly I..
Bowell, Kmlly I..
Matheson, Jnnle
2roedo. Rocco
Ulalr.  Jas    <-.
OfiwerH.    Fred.
Bowell,   SH-mu-?t
Bowell,  Samuel
Blnlr. Jas. C.
T-w'n.  Agnes
tam��".  Mary A.  (���   Fdward
lain-s.  Mnrv  A   A  Edward
Williams,   Arthur G.
Burg-fss,   Mnrv  M.
*41eln.   Kale   M.
���la-ke.   Amelia  F.
Imlth,  Dustaee A-  Bristol, C
i-B'i-k.  Ewln K.
luchnnnn, O   B. A "off. R.
luclumun. a.  B. ft  Huff. R.
luchanan. O. E & Huff. s.
lOUltOn,    Hope   Violet
Tliulte.n.    Hope   Vlole!
dinner. Mary
���'mnk.   C*iHr|cs
Crook,   Charles
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k.     Keet Kront.    Rat".
Years
per ft.
An
front.
nual
cents.
paytn t,
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86.4J
8.07
        49.60     	
8.06
        59.60     	
9.68
        39.70     ......
6.46
        39.70     	
6.45
6 45
        39.70     	
6.45
        39.80     	
6.46
C.46
        39.88     	
6.46
        39.80     	
6 46
        39.80	
6 46
        39.80     	
6.46
        38.80     	
6.46
        89.80     	
6.46
6.46
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Ml
        39.80     	
6.46
        63.20     ......
10.26
10.11
        32.80     	
6.33
79.60     	
12.93
12.93
6.44
2.63
        49.70     	
8.07
8.07
        24.85     ......
4.04
        24.80     ......
4 04
        24.86     ......
4 04
4.04
        49.70     	
8.07
        49.70     	
8 07
        49.70     	
8 07
        49.70     	
8.07
        49.76     	
8.07
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8.97
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8.07
        49.70     	
8.07
        49.70     	
S.07
        49.70     	
8.07
        49.70     	
8.07
        49.70     	
8.07
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7.80
        51.40     	
8.35
        49.70     	
8.07
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5.33
5.33
6.33
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6.33
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5.33
6.33
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6.33
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6.33
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5.33
5.33
6.33
5.33
5.33
6.33
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6.32
        32.81      	
6.33
        32.81      ......
6.33
5.33
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5.33
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6.60
34.40     	
6,59
6.59
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33 05     	
6.37
23 05     	
6.37
33 05     	
6.37
.13 05     	
6.37
33 05     	
6.37
33.05     	
6.37
        33.05     	
6.37
        34.50     	
0.60
34.40     	
5.59
...   .       34.40     	
5.59
34.50     	
6.80
34.40     	
5.60
34.40     	
6.60
33.05     	
5.37
33.05     	
6.37
33.05     	
5.37
23.05     	
5 37
33.05     	
6 37
33.05     	
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33.0.     	
6.37
33.05     	
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34 50     	
5.60
5.59
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5.59
        34.80     	
6.65
        34.80     	
5.65
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5.05
        33.00     ......
6.36
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6.65
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5.65
34 80     	
6.6 5
34.80     	
6.65
        33.00     	
6.86
        33.00     	
6.36
        33.00     	
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          X3.00      	
6.36
5.86
5.36
5.65
        34.80     	
6 65
        34.40     	
5.65
5 91
38.20     	
6 -<
36 20     	
5.83
        .13.00     	
5.36
        33.00     	
5.36
31.00     	
6.36
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         33.00      	
5 36
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        33 00     	
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5.91
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6.88
Lot.
Name of Owner.       Re-subdl'n.      Hubdl'n.
R
II.
Tol tii
$i'60J.a9
Notion In hereby Riven thnt the Corporntion nf thn City of New Wo*tminster in-
t^ntfs tn piuw 11 Local Improvement AMfj+wnK'nt Hy-Uw u.H**'NrtinB the proj^-rty in thi
*rh����<h:lp ubove mentk>wd the sums of mon^y annually for thirty years wt oppoult*
tMtrh lot, und a Court of Revision for the trial of complalntfl and appeals aRalnst the
iSHeMMinrnt *vO proposed to lx- made will Im> held on Tii'ssday. the 2iKh day of April,
1!)13, cvmim'TirtiiR at 10 o'clock tn the forenoon at tlie Council ChnmtxT In the City
Kail, New Westminster) British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such In-
tended a^wwment must Ik* served upon the cW'rk of the Municipal Council at least
eight tlayn prior to .such Court of Revision.
���w
DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Dated this 1st rtay nf April. 1912.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Kirk. l.i'Uli.n
Meiiu.iliM Church
Stott.  William
Terhune, Kllzn J.
Mi ilii.ilmi   I'hurch
Mctlrt-Kiir, Kllaa
Kennle, I'larlce
Hennie. Clarloe
Harry, II. J.
JameHOn, Kohh P,
Htott. William
Htott, William
i 'milium. tletirK*
Rouen,, fleorgia K.
Blunop. Lizzie
Waliniiley, Jum-m C,
WalmBley. Jame-fl C.
Vbomuns,   I.ouviliu
Steven, Jane
Royal Col.   llonp.
Royal  Col.   Hoiip.
It. C. Archb. of Van.
Hav,   iHilbella
Blchlnko, Kllubcth J.
Blohlnko, Klliabeth J.
Kirk, I��uloa
OlMtl,   Ole    N
Jaffrav, John A
Holw-rtt*. Ilanjumln
RooertK.  Benjamin
Kouaklll, Kmlly K.
Barker, Henry
Harkrr,  Henry
Hurkrr.   Henry
Arailla TruMt Co.
Acadia TruHt Co.
Marker, Henry
-Inilth. Annie B,
Morrow. A. T.
fleianey Catherine
McLean. MarKI    I).
W'mln'r * Port Mann See's.
Teepoorten.  Juliun  A.
Miller.   A vile   J.
Teepoorten,    Juliun     A.
Hody   W. A., Ramoy, B. B.
>alton.  Willie
Dalton, Willie
luttotl. Alice
lutton,  Alice
White.  Louis A.
Munday.  Tho��i.
Major, Chas. O.
���Vray, William
.Vray.  William
Walor,  Chas. G.
\tklnson, John T.
��� lurKefiN,   Joseph
;-;llKh.  Jacob
ESIlsh,  Jacob
Smlta, Annie E.
'ustance,  James T.
Hanic-ay, g. Alers
vlujor, Chas   G.
V1CJII1. Q.. CralB, T.
Vicdlll, Q.. CrulK, T.
-lin*. Geo. M. A Bill,
ihaw, Geo. M. & Eliz.
\nderiK��n. Andrew
l Donnoll,  K,  W. & P.  F.
>ake,   Joe
lllver, John
lorgan, Maud M. & Curtis,
mllh.  Hay  B.
���'e.irt, Mary Ann
Cul'ske. Albert A
V'llfske.   Albert   A
.labliutt. I-'n-d H.
'i urock.  William
',-ucock. William
loyle, Wm. A.
H.yle, Wm, A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle. Wm.  A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle. Wm.  A.
loyle, Wm. A.
rlffitlis.  Wm.
loyle,  Wm.  A.
loyle, Wm. A.
Iprott, Mary
'eepoorten, J. A.
lolllne, A.M & Miller, W'.C.
I.lelds.   William
leger. J.  A.
Liyle, Wm. A.
���Doyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm.
tilne. W.  A.
(line, W. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
���Ity of  N.   Wmin'r. 1-4
V'mln'l i  Port  M'n Secur'e.
���;irk. Malcolm * A.
'lit. IC. F. & C. A.
Merfon.   Alexis   N.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, Wm. A.
loyle, W'm. A.
vie.  Wm.  A.
land S1nKh4J.I���*vndu
- si���Kh*J. Landa
   jane
Vrlght.   William
tardy.   Krneat
"loyle, Wm.  A.
tain. John
rturdlck. Carrie
Vmln'rftPort M'n Soo. Ld.
V'mm'rArurt   M'n  Bee   Ld.
Vmln'rAPorl   M'n  S**c.   Ld.
"Ity of N.  W'mln'r      :5-2S
Irunette Saw   Mill Co.
Ld��� Bp. of WestmlMter
���ol.   Inv   h  I.  Co.
Vrnutronx,  J    K.
Vrtnatronff, J   K.
DeBeck,  Clarence   If.
3eBeok, Clarence II.
Dynea,  Margaret
Dynes, Margaret
Pad-more,  Fred W.
Tom Ling 4 Others
��� Valthar.  John
Jackson. John J.
'���itlioii.  John
���Vnkera,  Mnrthu
-,-imeron,   Joseph
'ameron,    Joseph
���anieron.   Joseph
'ameron,  Joseph
���ainer.in. Joseph
Kennedy, Mary A.
Kennedy. Jim.  B.
\sliiou. John J.
Ashton, Jotn J.
rohneton, Bdw-^rd
fohneton,  l-'dward
Velsb. Chas.  A.
Vtunday, J. A.
Knox  Pn-s.  Church
<nox   Pres.  Church
-ling.  Jennie
Monday. Jamis  A.
(',,-orge, James K.
Morris.   Levi
���Vunioek.   Barbara  Ann
VaniiK-k. J.is.  Dolloff ��� ���
;.Hirge. J    K *Wrlgbtman.  M.M.
Malcolm. W. J.
Vtaloolm, w. J
���ameron.   W.   A.
Mi-.:HI. ijululon ^H
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Feet Front.    Rate.
per ft.
front,
cunts.
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3 S.pt.
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24
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S III
S.pt.
N.pt.
6
Assessment Over District "A" for Mains and Connections.
Schedule showing lhe real property linniediutel
whloh tbe assessment ll made on por fool lioni.ig".
taken on ureu over basis of 132 lift deioh
benefited and the  proportion   In
Frontage of irregular mibdlvlelone
l
3
3
4
part of 12  :
pnrt of K
38
27
26
1
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3
port of 14
66.00
c il.on
66.00
66.00     .
66.00     .
66.00     .
66.00
66.00     .
(6.00     .
66.00     .
66.00     .
66.00     .
66.00     .
33.00     .
33.00     .
66.00
66.00     ..
16.00     .
60.00
1661.96     ..
826.97     ..
826.97
40.40     .
41.50     ..
23.94     ..
40.74
46.00
46.00     ..
46.00     ..
45.00     ..
45.00     ..
45.00     ..
45 00     ..
45.00     ..
46.M     ..
48.00     ..
46.00     ..
46.00     . .
46.00     ..
46.00     ..
46.00     ..
46.00
45.00     ..
45.00
45.00
46.00
45.00     ..
46.00     . .
45.00
45.00     ..
66.50     . .
66.50
45.20     ..
45.20
4-5.20
45.20
45.20
46.20     . .
45.20     ..
45.20     ..
45.20     ..
45.20     ..
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.40
45.40
45.20     ..
45.20     ..
45.20
45.20     ..
45.20
46.20
45.20
46.20
45.20     ..
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20     .*,
46.00     .
45.00     ..
45.00     . .
45.00
45.00
45.00     ..
45.00
45.00     ..
45.00
45.00
46.00
46.00
46.00
46.00     .
46 00
46.00 .
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
180 80     .
4520
4-5.20
45.20     .
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
46.4��
6��.i*
MtO
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
45.20
180..80
229.00
106.00
60.70
106 .It
66.00
51.76
51.76
61 75
198.63
f.0.00
f.0.00
60 ll)
60.10
66.00
61.09
61.09
44.40
44.80
44.80
66.00
(6.00
(6.00
66 00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66 00
66 00
66.00
66 00
66.00
166.44
166.44
49.60
49.50
49.60
49 50
49 50
49.60
9.12
329.1
Total   -f^^^^^^^^^^^^H-   ���* 15333.94
30
Years
Annual
paym't.
110.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
10.72
6.36
5.36
10.72
10.72
2.60
8.12
268.33
134.16
134.16
6.56
6.74
3.89
6.62
7.31
7.31
7.31
7,31
7.31
7.J1
7.81
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.31
7.11
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
9.18
9.18
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.37
7.37
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.81
7.31
7.31  .
7.31
7.31
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.47
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
7.31
29.37
7.34
WOMAN DID WELL
IN LONDON POSL
her
the
The
Mim C. Smith Retire* After 38 Years'
Service���Had  1400 Clerks
Below  Her.
London, April 2.���Miss C. Smith,
who for 38 years held the position or
superintendent of the post office sayings bank and wbo has done probably
more than any woman living to eradicate the idea that women are Incapable of performing highly responsible
clerical duties, has just retired from
her position.
The superintendent revelled ln Intricate calculations, but probably her
greatest strength ln the highly responsible position she held was
genius for organising.
Miss Constance Smith entered
post office saving bank lu 1875.
authorities decided to try the experiment of placing a grent part of the
clerical work In ths hands of women.
Tbe success of the experiment waa
mainly due to the energy and organizing powers of Miss Smith, who,
after she had only been six months ia
the Bervici, was made woman super-
ntendent, and had charge of sixteen
women clerks.
Under her guidance the movement
grew until she had under her a staff
if 1400 women and was responsible
for the accurate keeping of some
30,000 ledgers with the particulars of
depositors' accounts representing the
mm of about $560,000,000.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed deal-
'ng'wlth figures ever since I was a
thlld," she said recently, "and I can
honestly say that I can always lose a
headache by immersing myaelf ln the
balancing of my accounts."
Miss Smith Ib succeeded by Miss
Buchanan, a -silver haired woman,
who has been 20 years in the service, and for a considerable time has
acted as deputy superintendent The
position of superintendent carries a
salary of 11750 to $2500 a year, with a
personal allowance of $500.
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I'ruunnoiid.   Mary   A.
Klhaohl, Tuknotu
!,nwrrni-*,   Kmellu
Slater,   Arthur  It.
COUtton,  (Irnrfce
loulson, ll-corKO
Tnults.  Annlr
Mrltory. John T.
Wood.  Kltia M.
'lutehlnson.  Sarah J.
Nelson, Nets
Nelson, Nels
Welson.  Nets
Nelson,  Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Nelson,   Nl'ls
Nels.m.   Nels
Nelson.   Nels
Moore,   Arthur  fi.
Mr!/.od.   \V.   K.
Mel.,oil.  W,   n.
"uik. Andrew
lanell.   Alexander
Nilson.  Nils
Nelson. Nels
Nelson. Ni In
Nelson, N'ls
NiIson,  Ni Is
NelSoll.    NelS
Nelson, Nels
Nelson, Nels
IVaril.   Attlies f.
Want.  Alines C,
Itrvinner,   QcO.   r>.
ilnrrell.   Alexander
Kalluier. Chun.   Fi.
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Notlre is hereby -"-flvei! that the Corporation of the City of New Westminster In-
:inds lo pass a Local Improvement Assessment Hy-law usseostnjc th s property In thr
������K-hedule above mentioned the sums of money annually for thirty, years set opposite
������aeh lot. anil a Court of Revision for t!n> trial of foinplaliits and appeals aitalnst the
Assessment so projsisitt to t,e mnrts irlll hn hold nn TnsnrtnT. tho Uth dny of April, lwlll.
commencing at 10 o'olock In the fomioon at llw Council Chamber lu the City llnll.
New Westminster, liritish Columbia, and any notlre of appeal from such Intended assessment must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Cwuiicll at least eight days
prior 141 such Court of It vision.
W. A.
Dated this' 1st day of April, 1913.
(936)
UCNCAN.
City Clerk.
TROUSER WEARING
LADY Wlll SERVE
Her Example In Proffering Herself for
Francs  Rouses Patriotism of
Countrywomen.
found expression in the following ro-
Biarknble letter addressed to tho war
minister, M. Rtlfthe, by  the archaeologist and explorer, Mme. Jane Dleu-
lafoy, the only weman In Prance who
has the privilege of wearing trous-ers:
Sbould you be of the opinion that
Prance ought to be   ln    advance   of
Austria and accord women the great
honor of participating ln the national
dpfence, 1 ask of you thc Bpectal favor
of being thc first woman to be called
upon.
wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmm^^^^^^m^���     I   should   bo happy to render   my
I'ariB, April 2.���The   news that the country any    assistance    you    might
Austrian government iB about to make  think mo suited    to    glvs,    however
tbo experiment of employing women small and humble.
on   the  administrative   BtnfTn of    the ] JANF! DIEtTI.AFOY.
army with a view. If the firBt trial is Thc example thus sot by ono of the
successful, of eventually substituting most remarkablo women ot Trance
then fnr men in the health, equipment hna been loudly npplaudod, and It is
und provisional departments has thought ponBlble that beforo long some
caused a great stir among French means wlll bn found for giving women
*"~ .   tnP Ptmnco i0 gpryg (heir country in
London Daily Mall Offers $50,000
Aviator Who Can  Do It���Difficulties  Anticipated.
London, Aprt'.l 1.���The Daily Mall
has offered a prize ot $50,000 to the
first person who pilots a waterplane
across the Atlantic ln 72 continuous
hours. The Mail describes a water-
plane as an aeroplane able to alight
on and start from water, and adds
that It must not be contused wltn
hydroplanes or ndmmliit boats.
Tbe contest will be open to the
world and the contestants may atari
either from Canada or Newfoundland,
or from any point ln Great Britain
or Ireland.
A Becond prize of $25,000 Ib offered
for a trip around England, Scotland
nud Wales. This will be open to British machines.
The Mail prints an Interview with
Count De Lambert,    who    says    that
within ten years the Atlantic wlll be
(crossed  by  hydroaeroplanes  betwoen
I sunrise and sunset    on    a summer's
I day.   He ls the Inventor of the hydroaeroplane    and    a pupil   of    Wilbur
Wright.     When   be   was  aeked   what
were the chief difficulties of a transatlantic   flight.    Count    Do   Lambert
said:
The Great Difficulties.
"The two great difficulties will be
to keep one's course, as one ls out
of sight of ships and tbe wind
changes, and to avoid being smashed
up by the waves when one alights to
replenish his petrol. Thc trouble with
tho wind is that you may keep your
course by the compass and yet all the
while, without knowing lt, may be
drifting.
It is absolutely necesBary that tho
machine be nble to float for a week,
Bay, In case the engines fall. As things
are today, no machine can get across
without stopping en route for fuel.
"Take a machine weighing a ton.
everything Included. Suppose the
whole distance to be 2000 miles, and
the machine to fly at a moderate
speed, 62 mlloB an hour. To drive
the machine 90 foet a second means
nn effective thrust of 440 pounds or
66 horee power.
"To obtain this a motor of IM
horse power Is required, consuming
110 pounds of petrol an hour. Thns.
In order to do tbe distance In i'i
hours a one-ton machine would have
to start wltb one and a half tons nt
fuel, which ts aburd.
letter Fuel Needed.
"Hence, before we can fly n--os��
without stopping, we must find a better fuel than petrol or a more efficient motor, or a machine which requires leas than a 440 pound thrust.
nnd no doubt we shall succeed. Meanwhile, I consider the scheme of flvln-g
across with stoppages to rep'.i -Isli.
perfectly practicable. It Is merely %
question of luck and having two dayn
clear weather. A slight following wind
would make a great difference.
"One would use, I suppoee, two engines, or perhaps an engine of wh'ch
half could be ln use at a tln*��. six
sometimes th done with a 14-OTllnder
Clnomn. It would be nrrnnged fnr the
man who Ib not driving to He down
and rest. Thn hydroaeroplane is thi��
machine of the future for crossing the
mater."
women ot all classes, who aro asserting their willingness, even eagerness,
to give practical proof of their intense
patriotism and show they are not to
be outdone by their sisters among the
Triple Alliance.
Their feelings on this subject have
war time.
Tho poor of Colsplo, through the
penoroslty of tho DucheBS of Sutherland, havc each received a half ton of
coal.
Seven of the Battalion.
Is-imlen, April 2, -After an nl"*enrn
from Kiii'.lniiil extending over IS
venrs, tho second battalion i' thn
Worcester regiment have just returned to Routhamptlon from India. The
reitlment took part In thc ttnor wav,
and saw much fighting. Only srvon
of the mon who sailed in 1895 -e'urn-
ett, ull the Biuen being sergeants. PAGE EIGHT
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1913.
"PAY   CA8H    IT   WILL   PAY
YOU".
OurPhoneisNo.
2
And it is in
awfully good
working   order.
SPECIALS
PICKLES
Our own brand Paragon, 4 o?���
liottles, excellent quality, per
bottle, 25c.
Cooking Butter-Dairy product, and extensively sold, per
lb. 25c.
New White Clover Honoy In
quart jars, excellent quality,
per jar 75c.
Hunt's staple quality Peaches,
regular 25c.   Today per tin 15c.
Imported Sardines, No. 1 quality goodB, 3 cans 25c.
Salmon, In 1 lb. tall cans, excellent value, 2 cans for 25c.
"Our Special" Tea, the tea
"par excellence," per lb 50c.
Royal City Tea, special blend,
3 Ibt. for $1.00.
Instant Postum, per tin 30c.
DELICATESSEN
Wiltshire Bacon.   The taate
Is never forgotten, per lb. 40c.
Headcheese,  per  bowl   ....15c.
Sausage, Tomato, lb 25c.
New Stilton CheeBe, lb 50c
New Gouda Cheese, lb 40c.
VEGETABLES
Fresh Khubard, 2 lbs 25c.
Celery, bunch    10c.
Cabbage,   lb 2l/2c.
Cauliflower,  head    20c.
Lettuce, head    5c.
Green Onions, bunch     5c.
Radish,  bunch     5c.
Tomatoes,  lb 20c.
Strawberries,  box    25c.
New  potatoes,  lb 15c.
Sweet potatoes, lb 6c.
Asparagus, 2 lbs 35c.
THE
Public Supply Stores
L. L. ADAMS       S. K. BMGGS
PHONE 2.
patients in the hospital at the end of
March exceeded the number at the
beginning by sixteen, a total of 776
being on the roll on March 1. The
other figures of the report are: Admitted during the month, 39; return-
was presided over by Professor Davis,
and an Easter talk on the subject of
Immortality  was given.
Tho skating rink having ceased operations, that form of recreation Ib
closed to the students,   ilaseball and
 ~'|PI MM��� I I	
MrB. Dr. Sutherland haa returned to
Coquitlam after a three months' trip
to Ontario.
Read  our ad. on page  four.
Edmonilson & Co.
C. N.
(990)
ed from probation, 4; discharged with'the outdoor  games  will have  to sub
out probation, 5; died, 3 (males);
escaped, 4; returned from escape, 1;
on probation, 79. Of the total number
of patients being treated in the hospital at the end of the month 569 were
maleB, and  223  were fe-qjales.
To  Contractors  and  Builders.    We
are   now   prepared   to   furnish    you
with  sand,  gravel,  crushed  rock,  cement and  lime.     Office    phone 826. j
Wharf  phone  8S0.     B.   C.  Transport |
Co., Ltd. (978)
Btitlite until the  tennis courts nre in
condition.
The lady teachers of the Columbian
college will receive today and not
again this season.
Are you working hard so that
some one will not have to struggle as you have?
Then while well and strong
you should give careful thought
to the manner in which your estate will be disposed of after
you arc gone.
Neglect to make a Will moans
that the public administrator
will do Ihe best he can, but the
law (Ioob not allow him to UBe
discretion. He must aa quickly
ss possibly dlBpoHo ot your eBtate ond divide tho residue as
according to law.
He cannot even try to continue to liuild up the eBtate an
this company may If appointed
executor and trustee under
Wlll.
There may be some friends or
relatives whom you would like
to receive a larger share than
others, but the administrator
knows nothing of that. Making
provision fpr one's estate after
be has gone is one of the must
important things in life. You
will do well to consider tha
matter carefully and you will
find us mady to help ytm In
many ways without any cost to
you.
Would it nol lo well to call at
our office today, moot aoino ol
the Directors or Officers and
discuss the mutter. Wa recognize the sacredness of a trust
ami will consider anything you
have to Hay  as quite   confldeii-
Hal.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
Or. Rugg, of Vancouver, formerly
pastor of the Olivet Baptist church,
was In the city yesterday visiting old
friends.
P. R. I'earse, piano tuning; order
at Todd's or Major's music house.
(979)
Mr. and MrB. Edward Loverlng, 28
Alice Btreet. are leaving Westminster
this afternoon to take up their residence at Port Alberni, B. C.
Just arrived, a shipment of lacrosse
sticks. Geo. R. Speck, 626 Columbia
street. (995)
The board of directors of the Royal
Columbian hospital will hold a special
meeting in the board of trade rooms
this afternoon at four o'clock.
St. Ann's Academy have opened
a studio consisting of drawing, water
colors, oil and china painting.     1993)
The concert at St. Mary's parish
hall, Sapperton, tonight, will commence at eight o'clock promptly. A
good program of varied talent has
been procured and the event promises
a real treat.
Four counters for sale cheap. Apply  H. Morey & Co., 43  Sixth street.
(982)
The Boy Scouts had an excellent
rally at the Armories last evening.
Five officers were In attendance and
two new members were enrolled.
Much enthusiasm was displayed by
both the boys and officers and the
brightest hopes were held by all for
the coming Benson.
Mr. W. K. Kerr left for Victoria
yesterday, where he will spend a few
days on business.
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
Assault Case.
The preliminary    hearing    in    tho
charge against Jack    Sherry    of assaulting and  robbing Jules Kerlee of
The dredge Beaver, which during the   $15.50, on  Monday night,  reBiilted  in
C. N. Edmondson & Co. are offering for the next two weeks great bar
past few weekB has been tied up at
the wharf of the B. C, Transport company undergoing a regular refit, will
be taken down river today to False
Creek, Vancouver, where dredging operations will be Btarted by the Pacific
Dredging company who have the contract for carrying out the dredging
of a ship channel. Two other dredgea
are expected to arrive within the next
few days from Seattle and Portland
and will be used on the False Creek
work.
An action haa been started against
the Fraser River Pile Driving Company, of New Westminster, by Harbor Master A. II. Held, of Vancouver,
for an alleged obstruction of the False | no"tel tnp poHee were summoned, he
Creek fairway. Several tugs have wag gent t0 the hospital.
recently sustained damage by strik- i ]n the r^tcr of Identification prising obstructions when passing the oner waa identified as being the as-
place where the piers of the old Gran- j aa.lla.nt by complainant. Accused on
ville atreet bridge existed nnd which |Df,j^K singiP(i out ns the criminal aak-
were torn down by the pile driving | e(] kerlee whether he had not only
company, which had the contract from iwipe(] the blood of his face and not
the B. C. E. It. The case will come j lnfl|ctp(] *^-m,
up  In  police court on  Friday. Evidence of Detective Burrows and
Send your spare    table,    chair, r.  ^geant, **���> who arrested  =
frlgerator, sewing machine or   any. �� ^.^JJSmJmm of that district
��v���^ar^
(786) i v'ct Sherry  for trial Hi a nigtier ana
more  competent   court
Police   Magistrate   Edmonds   commit-
ting accused    for    trial   to a higher j
court yesterday  morning.
From the evidence of the victim of |
the alleged assault, it seems he was
convivial, met acused, had drinks together and adjourned to the restricted district. After some more refresh
ment there, they proceeded to a more
respectable  quarter of the  city.
Kerlee asserted on the way thither
Ihat ho felt himself struck with some
heavy Instrument and felled to the
ground, He pleaded with his assail- j
ant to leave him enough funds to get
to Bellingham and his aBsallant refunded  him  $7.
Kerlee managed to reach the Depot
Prompt returns.
OBITUARY.
Mr. J. P. Hampton Bole counsel for
accused, reserved his defense.
Productions ln the case are bloodstained to notes and a handkerchief.
Allen   Firm  Sue.
The   National   Bank  of   Commerce.
American   banking   company,     of
The remains of the late Christopher
Arkle who died at Phoenix. Ariz., on
March 27, have arrived in Vancouver.
The funeral will take place this af-
,,,,      ternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of I an
gains In  furniture, furnishings, hard-.his brother-in-law, Mr. J.I). Allen, 1880 Seattle, Washington, I. H. A., is sue
ware and linoleums. 1990)   coroox street, Vancouver, to the Moun-  ing the Walah Sash and Door Factory,
���   ��� tain View cemetery. New  Westminster,  for  $803.75.    The
Native Sons Post No. 2, Vancouver. Thg pallbearerg w\\* be: Mayor A. ^caae came up for hearing yesterday
hold a convivial meeting tonight 'n \V Qrav and Robert ril.a}. broth'ers-ln-, before Judg" Howay ln the county
Ihe Labor Temple. New Westminster I ,gw of"the deceased; J. J. Randolph, j court and was adjourned sine die.
contingent of Post 4 will proceed by R_ A stoneVi Ci n. peele and g, Dun-! Besides denying the debt sued for.
autos tonight and jointly celebrate : can The local Typographical union, defendants pleaded the suiiiE company
the happy accident that enabled them | No-  632i  0f  which  the  deceased  was j were an  alien  firm  from  the States,
and  not  entitled  to sue.
to cnll  their natal birthplace Britiah L c],artPI. member will be represented
Columbia.     A   business   meeting  will jat  the  funeral.
he held  previous to  the potlatch  in
the Strand hotel.
A. Hardman, the cake man. Get
good bread. Eighth Street Bakery.
Telephone 231. <968>
lt is expected that Reeve McGregor, jailing for a few days, a sharp attack
Councillors McDonald, Fail Vel and ] of pneumonia making its appearance
Coldicutt and Municipal Engineer two days ago. Deceased was 85 years
Fred L MacPherson will leave foriof age and only survived his wife a
Portland, Ore., some time today to few weeks. Tlie funeral arrangements
examine'the various kinds of pave-iwi
ment   ln uae In that city  on behalf I
of tlu,  nurnaby  council.    Nothing de-1
Inlte -ah ri-K-.inlB the trip had been ar-1
HOULT���New Westminster lost an-j     Forty   years   in   use,   2*  years  the
oilier of its old citizens bv the death i , ... ,_j .�����._���.���rt
, .,     ,.   ,.,,,,      , . Standard,  prescribed and  recommend
of Mr. F.  F.  Hoult, who passed away j 0,anu"ru" r*
late last evening at his home at 1412 jed  by physicians.    For Women's All-
fifth avenue. Deceased had only been |^^ Dr   M,rter��� Femaie Pills, at
your druggist.
be announced today.
ranged  but It  is expected  that the \* Columbian college^news ��� ���
-.arty   wlll  leave  tor  tin- south  Bom*
I time this afternoon or evening.
*****************
The  track  meet   atmosphere  Blnc���
���teent  for  Hot Easter so Intensely prevalent, Is grail
W. Dav, electrician, ...
Point   Irons*   fixtures   and   wiring  of  "��"��   t*"*"'K   fmnl   college   ��/���'���   a'"1
ill kinds    Phone 1269, 28 Sixth street students are again settling down tc
opposite Postofflce. (97T)  study undefled.
H' A Bequel   to  the  exciting chapter,
On   Tuesday  afternoon  the   special ! however. Is still to como, nnd Ihat will
oommlttee  of  the   Royal   Columbian Ibe   the   presentation of the   college
hospital   appointed   to   prepare  sped- "C" to Charlie Newby. and some fur-
flcations   for   the   tenders   that   werejther recognition  for Jack  lloult, who
proposed   to   be  asked   for,  met   and  were the men of the hour at the meet
went thoroughly into the question, No  on   Saturday.
belter testimony could be adduced A college "C" ia given to anyone
than that the committee aat for four who obtaina ten or more points, and
hours. A full report will be made to Newby on Saturday, gained 13*14, aim
Ihe Bpoclal meeting of thc board of Hoult the total of 8114.
directors at four o'clock tills after-: Newhy's work in running was par-
noon, tlcularly  good,  and  he  also    wen     a
point each in Jumping and In puttin
Call now and inspect our
complete line of Sprinjr
Goods.
j. P. GALV1N
TWO STORES.
[ High   Class   Ladles   and   Gentlemen's
Tailor.
46   Lorne   Street,   New    Westminster
GOtJ Main Street, Vancouver
1
Fraaer Mills municipality as incor-
the   shot.     Considering   that   thin   Is
porated  will  hold  ita    elections    on ,,iB first year to figure In the meet.
April   11   at  the  general  aton-  near Newby   certainly   measured   up.  and
tin-  C,   P.   It    Station,     A   reeve   and
Tour   councillors   will   constitute   thi
civic   body   to   admlnist
affairs.    Reeve  iiarlli   of  Coqultlam
bas been appointed returning officer.
on   ('hung   Co,   merchant   tailors.
N.-.v arrival of spring goods.    Ladles I already has his, something elsi
and  gentlemen's Hiilts  at   reasonable
prices,     433   Columbia   street-,   Burr
Block and 24 Mclnnls Btreet       (969)
IL MOREY
are ready for business
at
A meeting of the Y. W, C  A
up.
as for lloult, the college always expects a  record  from  Jack,  although
r .m".n,'.li'.pi     this  year  Ills  sweepstakes  were  bigger ihan ever.
The ������("' will be presented to New-!
by later iii  the Beason. and aa lloult |
will *
be substituted as a mark of honor.
Old  students over  for    ihe    track
meet were Mlsa Clem Cameron from |
Vancouver, anil Miss (irace Irving, also from ih" neighboring city, where
om-
'GET THE HABIT'
Ladies' Handbags
To Clear at
$2.00 each
Values to $8.50
THE FAIR I
in.iiee of tho i.eeal Council of Wo- Khe |g attending Normal. Oliver Gormen was hold yesterday afternoon at dun. a lasi year's student, was also In
���.lie home of Mrs. Marshall Sinclair, town from Kamloops for the moeL
to complete arrangements for the The Bprlng term having opened up
meeting to be held next Saturday af- a vista al the end of which looms
ternoon, April 5, at 9 o'clock, In st the final examinations for most of
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church the Btudents, Principal Hetherington
when ihe Young Women's Christian bas Issued the decree that all social
Association will be organized. Miss functions are t,, i���. withdrawn from
Andorson, general secretary ot Van college plans, except those of a car
couver, will be present and it is hop- tain nature
.���il  that  every  lady   In   the city  inter j    The music pupils will hold their ua
eated In this work will attend. usi recitals,  or  which  the flrat  will
,.,     ~ ,     , ,, . ,,.,   lhe on Friday, Aurii n. In the assem-
YlngTal and Co., mporter of Chin- Wy ,,,���    Tn|, wUI ,���.     ,������,���,. rf,,,lt.
"H" ,""1 ��� ��""H" sllk dry ��<",,lrt- *T��- al and to all friends an Invitation la
extended,
Miss  Muriel Thomas from  Vancouver, Is ii new student this week.
Mr   Jnck  Tin lor called  nt  the  col
lege enroute to Queen  Charlotte Is-
(lei   vour  lawn   mover   ground     at  landB- fr"-"  Toronto, on  Monday.
Swan-son's, liegbi.. street.    Wa havel    Mr* K   ���'   Harwood, from Viotorla,
special machinery for doing this work   '������'������"���- '" """ M* Bls""r a< 'he ('"liege
rlos,   provisions,   hoots   nnd   shoes
Juki general merchandise. Corner Columbia  nml   McIniilB   Btreets.     Phone
114,    Labor  by  contract or  by  day.
(970)
(9861
regular meeting of the Lad-
Mr. ra, ,i
called to ae
on Saturday, and witnessed the track
meet in tho afternoon,
Mrs.  Squalrs of  Kelownn  nnd  Mrs
I    Sunday   morning's   chapel   service
Al   tin
lies'   Aid of lhe  Sixth   Avenue   MethO-lJ, McKiirhern  from KeMadale visited
i disi church, held on Tuesday after-1 Miss l. McLean ami Mins Dora Day
I noon ai ilu- residence of Mrs. W. |on Monday.
Knilii'otl. among other Items of business was the election of officers for
:he ensuing year and resulted na follows: President, Mrs. S, .1. Mills;
vice-president, Mth. J, W. MacDonald; secretary, Mrs. A. O'Connor!
treasurer, Mrs. a. Barrett; chaplain,
Mrs. T. A. Barnard, A very pleasant
time was spent In conversation, while
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. !���'. MacDonald, aerved dainty refreshments,
Twenty-three ladles were present
Books, Stationery
Fancy Goods, Crockery,
(Jlassware.
We welcome all our
old customers to the
new premises ami will
be glad to see many
new customers as well.
43 Sixth St.
Our Collector la calling upon all back due
accounts.
LEESLIMITED
YOU NEED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
No goods on partial
payment plan until
further notice.
DRY GOODS
can profit immensely by buying now.
Read over these Slashed Prices in our effort to raise $40,000 during 30 days.  You
Slashing Prices On Dress Goods
45c Mohair Oress tlooda cut to    ....  . ,I9o
I'rlestly Mohair Dress Hoods, 75c grade, cut to..49c
50-inch Wool Tweed, 75c Oress Goods, cut to  .. 4Sc
54-Inch   Wool   Checks,   Priestley   and    $1 50    Dress
Goods, cut to $1.15
$1.00 Dress Silks cut to 70c
75c Drees Silka cut to ��� ��� 55c
50c Fancy Silks cut to 35c
$1.50 Charmeuse Silks cut to $1.10
8 cakes Fairy Soap at .    25c
30c Whisk riroom 20c
30c Cotton ClotheB Line, 50 feet 20c
n.w ajqitop D��|,rp SO-ln.  Sheeting cut to   37>.2c
Ladies' 11.50 Kid (Moves cut to $1.25
$2.00 Kid Gloves cut to $1.45
$1.00 Kid Gloves cut to     80c
75c Kid Gloves cut to 50c
40c Hemstitched Pillow Cases cut to ���    27c
$1.50 White lied Spreads cut to $1.10
$1.00 White Bed Spreads cut to 70c
$1.75 White Blankets cut to     $1.20
Twilled Cotton Sheets, 72x90, $2.95 grade, cut to $2.00
75c Table Linen. 7u Inches wide, cut to 45c
$3.50 Heavy Linen Napkins cut to $2.65
$4.00 Double Satin Damask Napkins cut to .. . $2.95
$2.50 All Linen Restaurant Napkins cut to .. ..$1.75
$3.00 Hemstitched Sheets, 72x9(1*, cut to . . ..$2.25
$1.50 72-Inch Table Linen cut to, per yard  ..      $1.00
10c Cotton Prints cut to 71 ?c
50c All Linen Guest Towelling cut to 37!'zc
ISc Crums Prints cut to       13!'ac
15c Crums Prints cut to 12J-;,c
15c Ginghams cut to 1 ic
Slashing Prices in Our * Au j Ready-to-Wear Department
$1.25 White Muslin Waists cut to 75c
$1.50 Lace and Muslin Waists cut to $1.00
$4.50 Navy and Black Mescaline Waists cut to . .$3.65
$4.00 Taffeta and Pongee Waists cut to .. . $2.95
$65.00 Satin Suits cut to $54.50
$25.00 Cloth  StiltB cut to $28.50
$27.5u Cloth Suits cut to $21.50
$2(1.00 Wool Suits cut to $16.50
$15.00 Silk Dresses cut to ..$11.50
Ladles' $1.50 Combination Suits cut to $1.10
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE.
LEES LIMITED
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG
Buying Westminster property, whether for a home or speculation. Announcements of the early improvement of the streets will send prices up in the
West End, where many people are arranging to build during the coming summer.
See our list of building lots, and improved property.
We can deliver two lots on Connaught Hill, near the car line, for $750 both,
on very easy terms, quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
Two choice lots overlooking the Delta and Fraser river, close to tram station at Connaught Hill, $1000 both, quarter cash, balance on easy payments.
Six roomed house on a fifty foot lot on River Drive, $2300; $500 cash antl
the balance as rent.
Two modern 4-room houses near Queen's Park, $2400 and $2<i(>0 respectively, on your own terms.   Small cash payment down.
White, Shiles <8k Co.
Westminster Trust Hlock and 746 Columbia Street        New Westminster, B.C.
AUCTION SALE!
At 638 Clarkson Street
on Saturday Evening at 1:'W
Including tablos, box mattress, dining
chairs, extension table and numerous
kitchen utensils,
J. S. B. BENZIE
(902) AUCTIONEER,
INTERURBAN TRAMS
CARS LEAVE 8. C. ELECTRIC TE     RMINAL,  COLUMBIA   ST.
Specials
Rhubarb  Dlbi, SBc
Asparagus, per lb ISc
Celery, per head   llle
Lettuce  3 for 10c
Bananas, per dozen  30c
AYLING & SWAIN
Groceries,  FUh  and  Produce.
Phone 98. 447 Columbia   St.
Boundary Bay
Maple   Deacli   Park,   being n subdivision ��f tha   historic   old Whaler
estate at Point Roberta, Wash., is si
laut on the market In 60x100 feet loif
fronting broad streets and with per
pettial   beach   privileges,   This   has
been the camp ground ter scores of
local people for years.    The lots are
A total of   k"1   patients   received I gelling fast, many  people procuring
ireatmenl  In the Publlo Hospital for  the locations thoy had occupied    a*
the Insane during March, according tenants for years,   Prices $880 and up
to the monthly report of Dr. J. O, Mc-'wards, easy tomm.   Solo agents.
*43 Columbia Street
Ka." assistant medical superintendent
Phone 469' of tbu  lnDiltuttun.    The  number    of
CURTIS &. DORGAN
700 ColumbU 8treet, City.
AUM 1 AM
l.UWSM
Home For Sale
For Vancouver, via Central Park
At f, 00 and 5:46 a.in., und every
IS  minutes  until  9   p.m.    From  9
p in   milII midnight half hourly service.
Sundays���At ��:00, 7:00. 7:30,
K:U0 and 8:,'10 a.m., week day service prevailing thereafter.
For Vancouver via Burnaby���At
6:45, 6:-t.r, aud 8:00 am. with hourly service thereafter until 10:00
p.m., ami lute car at 11:30 p.m.
Sundaya���i'lrst car at 8:00 a.m.,
with week day service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. nud hourly until 11:00
p.m.
Sunday���First car at 8:00 a.m.,
regular week day service thereafter.
(Connection with carB to Stoves-
ton und other points on Lulu Island Is mado at Kburne.
For Chllllwack and Points In
South Fraser Valley���At 9;.'!0 a.m.,
1120 p.m. und 8:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Points
���At 4:30 pa,
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
No.   1���Here  Is  a  splendid home for snle cheap.    In a good  locality near Queen's Park and new school.
It   has  Seven   larne   comfortable  rooms  With   every  modern  convenience;  full basement; on a large lot, ti��xi;!2 feet,
ThlH place Is below value and   the  terms  aru  iiucli   thai  al nt
anyone can handle It.
PRICE, $4400, $750  CASH, balance monthly.   If you want to buy
a hotna let ns show you thlH place.
BUY  YOUR  TICKET  TO  CALIFORNIA HERE.
Agents for Pacific Coast  Steamship Ce.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1801.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, E mployers"   Liability,   Automobile  and
Marine Insurance.
W. R. GILLEY, Phene 122. 6. E. OILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, OITIco 16 and 18.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA  STREET  WEST.
Wg have a limited stock of COMOX COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
t. h. Mccormick
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Phone 927.    Suit 19, B. C. E. R. Depot, New Weetmlneter B. C.
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