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IMijf Ntw
This Step Recommended By
Executive Committee.
Only Remaining Trouble Is with Grievances of Surface Men in South
Wales and Yorkshire.
London, April 4.���ThJ executive
romiiu.'i <��� of the Miners' ft deration
decided unlay to recommend a resumption of work by the ^nlners
throughout the kingdom. This r.com-
jiii'iiitailiiii will be tuken miner consideration at. u conference cf tha
whole federation on Satmday. The
dei is,mi was reached nolwllhst mdlng
that out of a total vote of 445,000 ou
the (imstlon of terminating the stiik-���
241,000 were agalnat resumption aud
201,000 for It.
.Vain.litems In various districts ate
arranging to hold demonstrations ln
protest against the executive committee's uction, but taken on the whole,
tho decision to resume has been well
receive!, in Scolland Indications srs
taken there wlll be a general return
to the collieries at an early date. Tne
North Wales miners' delegates have
deckled to order the men to resume
forthwith, without waiting for the action of the national confe'ence. The
Cumberland miners have bsen ordered
to return Tuesday.
Apparently the onl.v real trouble <e
City Makes Wonderful Bargain    with
8urrey Nurseries���Provincial Government Takes Other Half.
A double deal ln nursery stock of
considerable lnipoi tance has Just been
completed, the city of WeBtmluster
and the provincial government baing
the parties eoneernej. The stock
bought Ib that of the Surrey Nu aerie i,
each of tho purchasers taking half.
The city's part of the deal was closed
some weeks ugo, but Mr. Q. K. iMuc-
Lean only wound up the provlucial
transaction yesterday.
The stock acquired by the city is
valued at anything from $10,000    to
Would Solve Imperial Naval
This Is Idea of Norton Griffiths, M.P.
Would Impress Nations with
Empire's Might.
Montreal, April 4.���J. Norton G.if-
ilths, .vi.p��� Loi.don, familiarly k..ow.i
throughout tho British Empire as
' i'.mp.re Jacn," pjsatd through Moiu-
_ real t Ins morning on one of ids flying
$15,000, the whole being worth about | visits to Canada, spoke en bus astic-
$25,000 retail, but the price paid was al|y on the wonueiful widjspi'ea.l
only $.'1750, so that It looks as lf Wes'- movement of solidifying Imperial In-
minster got the lon;; end of this bar-' terests both for furthering trade regain. Mr. Van der Bon, who owned l*tlOM and for purposes of defence,
tho Surrey Nurseries, It is understood, I "Tailing lhe question of Canada's
is contemplating moving up to the | sh-iie in naval defence of the Empire,'
Queen Charlotte Is'ands and" tills ex- Ille 8aiti- "the formation of an iir.pe.l.v
plains why he was teady to sacrifice (wmadron would go far to solve the
his fine stock of the hlglieBt claFs lm- [difficulty of what exact form thut co.i-
fioited Dutch ornamental shnibs and Ittlb'utton should tuke. Suppose, far
plants ut such an extremely low' Instance, Canada should unite Willi
"g"re. I all the other colonies in creating    a
Mr. MacLean, who w.-s In the cltvj'b'ing squadton of this nature whic i
yesterday, Is the landscape architect j would, of course, be a unit in it e f,
and engineer who has been given ths although composed of snips belonging
contracts by the provincial govern-!10 different I)arts of the Empire. Such
ment for laying out the grounds ,it|a squadron as this would, of oou.ie.
the asylum farm und at the Point Grsv | work In close touch and lnrmory with
Under Compulsion of Forty-
Five Deputy Constables.
University,    Last  year he    drew
the British    admiralty,    but    at    tin
m lining has to t'o with the still
sui��fled grievances of tht su;fsc��
men in Soutli Wales. Yorkshire and
Derbyshire, It appears that the
executive committee's dec'sion was
reached by only a narrow rarity;
and It Is not certain whether tha '
Doners -ill he notified offlc'ntv of the
restim; fi'n by t'ie na'ianal confe-rn e.
Feder.il      Oefcndtrs    Behind     Adobe
Walls���Rebel: Reinforc:d���Wlll
Fall in Twcnty-.'our I'.ours.
plans for the improvement of the cityjsalne tlrne he a completely separate
parks here. These were em'io.tied in |entity. Now, stippos-j a squidron of
parks by-law wliich was de'eite.l at''his kind should take a preliminary
the i oils. Speaking cf the provincial I round the world tr!;i I believe it waul ]
government's acquisition of half of t ie !have a magnificent result in imp-ess
Surrey NurBenes stock he said that lnP the rest of the world with the
they intended io remove it to the pro- |might of the Empire, and would have
vincial asylum farm where a regular la stimulating e.tect in other dircc-
nursery will be operated.   There wi!) iticns."
I be giown  tho  orn.unental  trees  and [ ��� ���	
plants" for the be.iutifkat'cn of the
Point Grey unhenHy "grounds .and
late;- of all provincial gover..ii:o-aj.
grounds throughout Biitish Coli.mb.a.
The work of removing the stock will
.hegjn immediately "rJ win t; ke ai>:uj
three weeks to complete. In Yhai'ga
���of t!;e np\v,ni.iriery wi;i he Ch>i-tT
, rher Johinn van Tken, who wi 1 have
jas  lii3 assistant   Nick  Dyttelaar, ;n
oiler Duic^muu of lars* *x.��qilar.co.
I Mr. van Tken ucel    to   work    with
Jc'.in Wale:er,    the    fam,ui    nursery
g'ard'scer of Kngland before ha csm.i
out to this protlnee, ar.d he is reported to 1 c a man of cxeptloml ab.ilty
la thik line.
Aide m..n White CDnflrnvd the cily-.i
purchase and   siate.l  tbat  the  trees,
To Tune of "Star Spangled Banner"���
Aberdeen and  Hoqulam Mills
Resume Monday.
San Uogo, Cal, April 4.���Nearly o ie
hundied luJuBtrial Workers ot tlie
World, almost all ot whom admitted
they weie anarchists, kneit i.nd k.usd
performed,     was
Alderman White Talks of Trip to Vic
toria and Sound Cities���Splendid
Work Going on.
Alderman White, who has recently
returned from an inspection trip to
Portland, Seuttle and Victoria wus in
a communicative mood yesteiday
when seen regarding the paving work
being done in the souiiiern cities.
With hlm on the toar were Alderman
D. 8. Curtis and City Knglneer Black-
"Our visit." ho Fold, "to these cities
!has been of inestimable value to us in
the Anie.ican Hug at d..wn today aw & "in"' ,earn'n8 a"d "������� wbat
San Onofre, a small s t em" u n a r ' RSS^S" Jl'6, d��'nS " ***** ,��f
the Orange county boundary line. The 'gj���lD" &J ""�����L"t *"��
ceremony., which was most unw.lingiy | ^e^^e^ ���� ��� ����� ��&��
witnessed by     4J!roadi good)  bad  an,  ,nalfrerenti    Ul
Shipping Pools Aimed at by
U. S. Bill
...,���..,           , , iltr,y ,U,at   ,lef-!paVks-    In"the"hrtter"cUyTlone" oue
back.    The    l.idustilil
drive    them
Under Heavy Penalties���Humphrey of
Washington Out After Blood of
Big Combines.
Washington, April 4.���A bill designed to break up foreign shipping poo.s
and combinations and to give to the
government greater comrol over sucl*
restraints of trade which originate
outside the United StateB, was introduced today by Representative Humphrey, of Washington. The government now has several anti-trust suit*
pending against foreiga steamship
The bill would provide tbat anj
vessel not of the United States owne.l
or controlled by any person or corporation adjudged to
| some kinds of pavement which were
ij(        .-._.���.��� ���, luc iaw.   The bill was referred to the committee on merchant
were j inspected would    meet   tbe    require-
Returned  to  Beilihtfham���Wanted  on
Burglary Charge���D. C. Ellmore
Alto Taken to U. S. A.
have violate!
uwb UiX- ��"~ ,ine = """HIM j not in a position either i'lnancially orithe ,Sherman law' a"d which might ba
��nS i!^ H��BU,WWJ at ?"" 0"ofre'by its Bite to entertain ide's ^*f iuyi'< "8?d i�� cttrry out the Ptoses ad-
and detained there until tl.is morning. I Magnitude, but I do believe the Umei,UW Unlawfui' be Prohiblted from
After the kltUu the IndustrUl has come when we should besttr our-ente^lng any port of the UnJted Statea
��v��nfr,S ^'V^6-' 'nt0 S",Uds of ��e'ves and improve the^ Royal City t ��J .��,,e"!?ng therefr^ ""der penally
five and placed under command of d- I -Work is generally onkl ai ���!-�����,. of ,25'000 for each offence.
tails of deputies.  ;ihen the march   to ' ,n S^Jff^^ti\S^Sl      T,he bin a,8�� wouId P��>viie that the-
he line was started and the proces- that that city has Z the finest P0Stn!"t,r gener:l1 cancel tlle mail
Sn-. T'i^i h.3.tUne ��f "The Star sheets and boulevard of any cl""on ��arrylng contract of &^ ve*Wl owned
Wangled Banner" in which the Indus-  the coast" ,or   controlled   by   persons   adjudred
trla   Workers were compelled to make I    Alderman   White   n,��n,ifB,.i     ,��,,��! violators of the law.   '"
at least a show cf joining.    At    tho
Orange county line    the   men   w
started north on tlieranroadtr.ck.      j ments of Westminster   while   othera
fosse scours Woods. would not.   The   large   pavinr   em-
i���t.�� fe���i\ V38h- Apri,1 4-W'th   ���  ��� of the co��ntry are now engaged
uSJ* H���Si,mme? SC0U.HnS Vle,W0:d3  in ^tempting    to evolve a pavemlm
Voki h��� wl i *nint   I'!dU3l',il i which would meet the re.juir.mantB of
\\orke.s of the World who y.ste diy  any city and climate.
fo em-n��ni/Z SSES %**�� " C^P !    The 8>'��tein of parkB was al���� look-
trict   a tirrl. t Stt? nVer d 8"   ed lDt0 while ,he Pany was visiting In
!f.J rtX    il    be��tine, the scene in , the eouth.   The park system in Po;t-
Ihtft i     .      arb��r   S,rlke   s'f'tlon.land, according to the alderman     li
SSSySSS     ' Gra)"S Harb��r  ��De ���� the fineSt   ou   the   cSent.
I     The LeriZ  mT>      w*. * a IThefe' they  haVe a 8Pecial V���^ ^ I
wiTSS m,i rche''ued ,0 ^  gineer who Is a landscape   architect
ime wo.k today ^id not Btait cwlag ,and engineer of high stan ling both in
���',���*,' ,'ck,of n'*en-   Np .futtKeT eftor' Awricrm a.ti4 Eu-cpsr.n frlfllBIr���."*-���
| v>ll be made to resume operations m*  that city they are nuking a featare li
itll next Monday, when I*. Is expected [well chosen localities of playgrounds
Mvat   TTactlcally   ��v��.ry ..mUl   In    Alwr-1 wit* tynini-.��tlc ��jp��ru.*�� iw-t'yi ut
In . Rlrla lncludlnK     wading    pools
marine which is preparing to Investigate the alleged shipping combine.
Splendid Program Carried Out���President Herb Ryall Delights with
Witty Sp
fn  ona  Hoqttlttm   wl"l  again bo
r ration.
Members of the Industrial Work6 s '
| operation. I maximum depth of   elshteen   tncties
l �����    T
.limine:, Mc.loo, April 4,~The f-d
���rai tio.endera of 1-i.rral tguin aie
wiihti. .tJ auooe wal.s safitauilni tic
flre oi tie reinforced rebeli. .  .
'ihroufchout .e.tetday a.'tcrnoon
there ,...a Ugh'.lng near Baca, 2�� miles
distant, Between the rebel army guard
under ..lujor Quevada, und the fjd-
era.B who pui sued campa f.om Parral
Tuesday to that point.
DU..H.3 the n.g.it Gereral Salazai's
relnfoi fluents and the federals retired to their base. Today General
Luis ternuniez, Hnother rebel leader,
arrived and preparations to take the the opportunities for beauty possessed
town began In earuest. Salazar em-, hy Westminster's parks and ho would
barking on a Hanking movement, j Nearly like to see them improved along
while Major Quavada and Gtne al
Fernandez engage! the enemy la
front ,  jf|| t time next week on the subject to sho*
General Orozco dec'ared that with" I w''at   great   possibllitiea   exist here,
in 24 hours the city would be hls. Un-1 "^how they_n��ight_be_ developed to
til this has been accomplished, how-1"
ever, it will be ImposBib'e   to   move |
against Torreon.   The regton south ot
Kscalon, which marks   the   southern
io be in possess! n of loaded r.v^Ivers
etc., would be used all over the city'end a plentiful supply of ammun.tlm,
for the improvement of the parKs, jwere takeu to UUilnjfbun yeeterday
boulevards and open sp: cus. T.ie i morning by un o.iicer f.om that city,
whole nursery bought his already Tbey gave their names as 5lcD3iii.il;
been transferred to Queens park, bu; and McWhinnie, a:id on arrival in the
its final disposal depends on the f-ite American city tncy will be charg?d
of thc parks by-law. !with burglarizing tue tt nbe~iy har.!-
Oh Suuday Mr. MucLean will b? In ware store of that place.
the city again in company with Mr. |    A Plnkerton man from Seatt'e il^o
Mawson, the   famous ' Hlngllsh   land- was in  town yesterday tni returned!
scape architect who ls going to work i with  D. C. Ellino.e, alias EMingfard, I
on   Strathcona   park.    He   will   then j who is a  much  wanted  man on  the
visit tho nurseries an;l   tbe    asylum  other aide of the line, where he will
farm.    Mr. MacLean realizes    keenly I be charged  with numerous robbeties
of the World are liding   the   b-ak?-
j beams of freiaht traim 'n'o town. It
Two youths, a rtsted byOSjcei Bu.- jis reported thit 00 cime from Pirt
rews on WcdflOtd iy eve.ung an J f ji.nj   '?niJ an'' other prints last night. Whe-
Then they   have  open  air  swimming I
lu this city waa
I Colonial notel last evea.ng, praittCitiy
ther this  is  true  was  not  dcfi.iite'y
learned by the police today.
limit of rebel control, is being watched clOBely by scouts.
General Orozto declares that the
movements of Genera! Hue ti, t.te
field commander of th i northe.n army.
are known that when he approached
Escalon the rebe's will att:ck. While
he remains south of theie, the rebels
will direct their main efforts to the
capture of Parral.
artistic   lines.      Accordingly,    he   Is
anixous to give a lecture here soma
most advantage, hater he will go
down to Florida where he has some
lnrffe private contracts. After that he
will visit England and then Australia.
Frank Patrick's Men Have Measure of
Eastern All-Stars���Were in
Scoring Mood.'
nnd chetiue forgertes. The Seattle authorities look upon this as a smart
capture by the local police chief, who
picked the man up when he was j Victoria, April 4.���The West has
walking from the B. C. E. R. depot on sure got the measure of the East at
Tuesday. - hockey Just as it has at lacrosse. The
' I All-Stars from the Cent Belt received
According to a local man who Ib
following the Dean and McNamar.-i
case \ery closeiy, the delay ln extraditing the alleged robbers of tho
Bank of Montreal Is du:; to the Cina-
dlan authorities uot wishing to g-v.i
the defence any loophole ln the way
of knowing'the probable evldcncj
which will be Uld agaltEt them ahould
they bo brought to this city for til.l.
The ciEe of Dean, which has beeu
delayed owing to an unauhorzed
stenographer acting as court leporter,
will probably be decided about the
ml Idle of next week. It ls a very d ff -
cult task, says this authority, to extradite n man from the other Bile if
he has the necessary crsh to secu o
the services of a smart criminal Lw-
yer, and from recent dlsratches, bo h
McNamara nnd Dean have emp'oytd
two of the best In this line of work.
Many Going North.
Victoria, April 4.���Travel to Prin-e
Rupert nnd other northern British
Columbia rorts ls beginning to Bhow
signs of o"'ii'(enlng with the warm
days of spring. The companies operating Btettmers to the north are exner-
lencln;, a -real demand for reaervn-
tlons on their vessels, nnd It is e-��-
dent thrt the comlns; siv months' will
Witney ft great Influx of peonie into
the north. Everv agent renorts that
bnelneBB Is picking tm rapldlv and
they nntioip.ite a record-breaking sea-
eon this year.
Interest in   Campaign   Growing
gram for Monday Night.
Interest lu the coming   swimming
campaign at the Y. M. C. A. has beeu
growing rapidly during the past week,
many  wishing  to  tuke advantage of
the free'offer extended to all who desire to acquire   the art of nutation.
Those who have been receiving names
of  applicants  ure  requested  to  turn
these In to the physical Instructor at
the Y. M. C. A. building not liter than
Saturday.    Professor Callis, who wlll
have charge of the swimming instruction beginning Monday evening, April
8, and continuing until the 13th, will
arrive ln the city   on   Sunday   from
Vancouver, where for the past   two
weeks he has been instructing several
hundreds.   Mr. Callis will render   a
program on  Monday evening ln the
local tank which wlll be free to anyone.
The following Is the list ot event*
which he wlll demonstrate before
commencing with a class of beginners
Race against time (25 yards),
world's recoid 11 1-5 seconds; old
style crawl without use of feet; trud-
ge'on stroke; single overarm on back:
alternate overarm on back; double
overarm on back; double aPernate;
one. two, stroke (left fide); broad c
breast stroke; Fngllsh overarm (left
side), Captain Webb's English channel favorlt9-, revolving or spiral
Plungo for distance rolllm? log;
submaiine: racinar dive and turn:
Mcycle and spinning top; sinking
ship; waltflng; side stroke; life eating (showing all wa"s of rescuing):
seulllnir I three Btvles): swimming,
hands and feet tied; how Gettnan
roldlers Bwlm holding gun dry over-
hesd: sv-lmmlna bickwards: tmltat'nt
nf Porpoise tMvlng; how Congo nntives
swim (noiselessly, spear ln mouth, for
a night attack).
Westminster gun shoot on Moody
square at 9:30 a.m.
Senior Amateurs vs. Mlssien In tha;
city this afternoon.
Scotland vs. England, soccer international in Vancouver this afternoon.
Maple Leaf Baseball club reorganize
for the season in the Conservative club
rooms at 8 o'clock.
104th   Regiment   Rifle   association
hold  their first shoot on  tho  Soutli
Westminster range at 9:30 a.m.
Saturday Events.
Senior Amateurs vs. St. Andrews ln
an awful tumble at the rink here tonight when Frank Patrick and his
trusty followeis ran up a scote of tei
goals to two. Lehman In goal was
practically Invincible and the attack
of the Westerners was f..r be;ter th n
lt was In Vancouver. Ernie Johns Dn
played a flne game an:l eveiybodv
seemed to be ln scoring mood. It wag
Indeed a forlorn bunch that Art Ross
led to the dressing room after tne
game w-as over.
Grey Succeeds Connaught.
London,   April   4.���Earl   Grey   b3-
comes president of the Royal Cclrnial
Institute.   He succeeds the Duke   of
Connaught. t\Lo remains vice-patron.
pools for the adults. "I hope," continued Aide, man White, "that we ma/
see before leng one of these playgrounds established, say at Sanpeiton
and another at Moody square. It is
very evident that the business men
of the cities we visited realize tnat
investments in the matter of good
solid stieets and beautiful parks are
a valuable asset in attracting the bjst
class of new population."
When asked how Columbia street
compares with streets in otber cities,
the alderman stated that he saw no
street in better condition than    this
every football team ot the city    ani.
district being well represented among,.
the hundred true sports present. Tiie-
large attendance somewnat surpaseo-
those who had the mutter iu cu.-igc-
and showed conclusively  that s^ccer
i;i.su a ' of being dead was jubt in its
infancy in the iloyal City.
I    Piesident tierb ityail htid down th?.
chair in his usual stylesand ni.rojLC.idi
tlie many coi.t>i nr.o.-.s to tbe line program with witcy leui.irks that evokeJ.
roars    or lau^uter.    in   hls    opening.
speech, He:b told them the oniy rea-.
ton Westmin sur had not copped on ta -
I any of the football  cups at large iu
one. but as far as distance was con-
earned, Portland had 250 to 300 miles l^sinTVo^eeVthings g'oing iTg^I
of the same class of work, while
Westminster has not much more than
a mile.
A lengthy report will be made at
the next council meeting by the aldermen and the city engineer as to tbe
materials and kinds of paving used i.i
the cities they have visited.
Famous Race  of the  North  Begun���
Four Teams Starred���Hope to
Lower Record.
this district \*as taat someone Vvas
missing to keep
and bad times. He predicted that tha
affair of last evening was on.y a fore- -
runner of what was coming, to get the
members of the different teams friemi->
ly witb each other, to pull together
when it wag needed.
Speeches weie   made   by   Messrs^
Beaton,  Scotty Grant, Rovers;   Rich,.
Burnaby;   Lamb;on,   Sappertcn,. ani.
The musical program wes a varied :
one, popular songs. Highland  flings,
Irish jigs, mandolin and bagpipe selections and humorous recitations. Those -
who   took   part   in   it   were Messrs. ���
Terry, Elder, Michlejobn, Peters, Milton. Chlel, Boyle, Speedie,   Gillespie,
Williams,     Rushton,   Baker,   Currie,.
White, J. Evans, Digby, McKay     a
Evans, McAllister,   Jameson,   Harris ���
and Wright.   Tile gathering broke np>
with the elnging cf "Old Lang Syne.?
Enthiuias��ic Preliminary Meeting Held-Confidence In Future of Westminster and District-Will Work for Passing
of Money Bylaws-Meeting to Be Called.
The Progress club is formed.   An ed by the Progress club, street pub-
held last night in the office of Sheriff ( publ,clty and finance.
& Rose and the foundations of the Tj,e next m0ve Is to procure mem-
club were laid. A reprrsertattve'toly bers, as many members as possible.
t citizens was present and a sturdy | Another meeting will shortly be call-
oonfldence In and determination to \ ed by the provisional chairman and
work for the progress and f ituro pros- the details of organization Will be cim-
pe.lty of Westminster were s'own. pleted. After that it is sugsested that
Mr. j. R. Duncan, president of the , bi-monthly luncheons shill be held,
board of trade, was appointed pro- prominent guests entertained and all
visional chairman, the election of the other activities of an up-to-date
officers havirot been p^stpone.1 until progress club be taken up.
a larger meeting could he oalled. | At lan night's meeting emphas'c
The flrst work rndertnken bv the was laid on the fact that the club ad-
club 13 to ensure th�� p��83lne of the vocates solid progress and not n
pione" bv-laws n��vt Wedneediy. WPh boom. Every step taken will ho cM-
thl* object committees were struck dilated for the solid advance of the
off to ta'e ln hand th��� different sid-?* cl1*- nnd r'Ptrlct.   No   mo*e with any
of or<rsnl-at'on.   A   personal   appeal other object will be sanctioned by t'ie  the bye-election is said
wlll be addressed to every voter sign- club. 'been considered yet.
Nome, Alaska, April 4.���Four teaxs
got away at 10 o'clock this mj.nini in
the Ail-Alaska sweep-tikes, the famous dog race of the north. Th." tesmi
are driven by Charles Johnson, driving for Fox Ramsay; A. A. (Scotty)
Allun. driving the team of Mulumutes
owned by Mrs. Charles E. D.riing, of
Berkeley. California; Alex. Uoim-e.i,
driving John Johnson's team cf Siberian wolfhoundB, and Oliver.    '
The course is from Nome to Car.d e
and return, a distance of 412 miles,
and the purse la $5000. The record
is held by John Johnson, who d.-ovo
the distance ln 74 hours, 14 m.nutej
and 14 seconds. This ts the flrst timi
in years that Johnson has not dilvan
the Siberian wolves ahd he would b.>
driving today lt he had not been left
stranded on the Siberian coast last
fall when the Arctic ice moved down
and drove his schooner back to Noma
before it could pick him up. Johnsjn
vent to Siberia to get new blood tar
his dog team.
The trail is ln good condition, the
weather is perfect and followers of
the race are hopeful that Johnson's
record will be lowered. Last yeai'a
race was won by Scolty Allan, who
finished In 81 hours .tnd 40 minu es.
Owing to the illness of Mr. Small;
cashier, and the enormous amount of
business being transacted, tbe monthly report from the land registry offlee
will be several days late.   The montt*
of March promises to be a record one
at the office and there ls some   talk.
of putting a foice to work at night tm
order to catch up   with   the   large-
amount of work now oa hand.   The-
monthly report ls expected to be given:
out about the middle of next week.
Bi-monthly Payday.
Nanaimo, April 4.���That the Corpoi*-
ation of the City of Nanaimo will lead
the way in the question of a twice a
month pay waa evidenced last night
when the regular meeting of the City
Council Alderman Youn; movel that
after May 1, workmen of the city be
paM every two weeks. After discussion It was decided to defer the pro"
posal for one week.
Bye-Election Necessary.
Ottawa, April 4.���The appointment
ot A. S. Goodeve, M.P. far Kootenny,
to the railway board to Fwcaeed the
late ThomaB Greenway, Is officially
confirmed. The appointment c.reites a
vacancy in the Kootenay but th^
nueslion of the issuance of a writ fir
Victoria Day Celebration.
Nanaimo,   April  4,���Nanaimo   witf '
celebrate Victoria Day on the 24 th of '
May  next   with   befitting   splendor-.
Mayor Shaw will cell a public meeting shortly to make the necessary ar- ���
Got One Month.
Edtaonds, April 4.���Magdstrtittf WnT-
Ver this morninjt sen'snrd G. C. Wi'-
llama in a month's lnl��lri''b���1^,/���v,, fr*-*
not to hiva |n��!nir tlre*tenfP8 l5nr"MtofWTTJin��
Sevan, of tte River toad.'.
Trnrwifr   ' noB
t*wU'<*mAi*m*-ttm<><* ���'<**** TSQK.TWO
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
a position to assist with housework.
Prefer sleeping at home. Box GO,
Dally News office.     	
call Friday morning. Miss Neffiy,
Russell hotel.     ^^^^^^__
able home for working men. Apply
625 Tenth street, city.
Bohemian cafe, opposite C. P. it-
wants to do washing. Apply P. O.
Box 438.   Phone 600.
red Rock Cockerels. Laying strain
12.25 delivered in New Westminster.
C. A. Mitchell, Aliceville, Barnet.
a******************************************************     i -aaaa*���*^**-**********"*���**
of excellent fruit land, easy to clear,
In southwest one-quarter section
26, T. P. 15; only one mile from
proposed tramway. Price $110 per
acre, payable 20 per cent cash, balance by four halt yearly Instalments. Apply Alexander Phillip,
broker. Club block, Esplanade, North
Catarrh of the Lungs
Threatened Her Life.
Mips Nlm.'tto 1 D'tor, Bralntree, Vermont, writes: "I havo been cured by
I'I h?d pevorr.l hemorrhages of the
lun^rf. Tha doctors did not help ms
uuch and would never havo cured me.
<����� Eaw tt testimonial in a Pornna
itmattao of a case similar to mine, and
'. commenced using it.
"I tou r.ot able to wait on mysolf
ivhen I began using it. I gained very
'lowly at first, but. I could soo that it
1 aa helping mo.
"After I had taken it a while Icom-
mencod to raiso up a stringy, sticky
subsianco fram my lungs. This grew
Ices and less iu quantity as I continued
tho treatment,
"I grow more fleshy than I had been
for n ictj '.ime, and now I call myseU
Waste Paper or Rags.
Phone 475 and we wlll collect, free of
land near    Murrayfield   and   Great
Northern    Railway    station;   small ,
holdings    for   fruit    and   chicken
farms to suit small purses;  soil of
very best; near two sawmills where i
work can be got.   Areas from 2 to [
3>4   acres;   one    block   has  seven- ]
room house.    For price   lists   and
full particulars apply to Alexander
Philip.   Real   Estate   Agent,   Club
Block,   Esplanade,   North  Vancou-1
house; rent $25 per month; furniture for sale.   Phone R1140.
Columbia street and Clarkson, on
McKenzie, between 2:30 and 3 p.m.
Monday, March 18. Reward given on
returning same to Hoyal pool rooms.
dog. Ov,ner can have aame by de-<
fraylns; expenses. Apply G. Gra.ly,'
pouudV.ooper, Kdmonds.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669
DOUBLE CORNER  on Seventh    avenue, close to Queens park.   $2200
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18.
No. 360.
52x150; beautiful lot on Fourth street,
all   cleared.     $1200;     one-quarter
j    cash, balance fi. 12 and IS.   No. 228.
ON FIFTH STREET, widest street in
city. Price 51100; one-third cash,
balance 0 and 12. Tnis is a snap.
No. -12.
ANOTHER SNAP. On Tenth, close to
Agnes street; snap at $11,000; one-
third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18.
Ao. 85.
DOUBLE CORNER, Fifth street ana
Eighth avenue, all' cleared, good
buy. $3150; one-third cash, balance
6, 12 and IS.    No. 321.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
Curtis & Dorgan
706   Columbia   Street.
City and Suburban.
EDMONDS���Two lots 80x204 on graded street just off Douglas road, near
city car; a grand home site. $1200,
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 1<S
TENTH   AVENUE,   CITY���Just     off
Twelfth    street,    50x132    foot    lot.
$850; one-third cash.
rooms, thoroughly modern, on car
line, a double corner comprising
Circe large lots; good barn, fruit
trees, eto, $8500; long terms. The
lou arc worth Ihe money.
QUEENS AVENUE���Near park, magnificent modern home, nine rooms,
basement, furnace, etc.   $8500.
SIXTH STREET, near Eight avenue
���Five roomed modern home, full
basement; lot developed to fruit.
$3150;  $900 cash.
LONDON STREET���Lot 50x132, close
to Twelfth street. $1050; one-quarter rash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months. ���   ���     .1 /{.
BURNABY���Two lots on Sixth avenue, just off the car line; all cleared. $;25;  one-third cash.
Curtis & Dorgan
706 Columbia Street.
The inclement weather kept ths supply of produce down somewhat at the
market yesterday considering lt was
Eastertide. Very little change was
noticed in the prices which prevailed
last week. Potatoes which have been
advancing during the past weeks mad3
another jump, the farmers asking $30
to $32 per ton. Pork and veal wero
plentiful, but mutton ruled fair, while
beef was very slim indeed. A plentiful supply of eggs was offered, and the
price dropped another two cents per
The unusually fine weather of tue
past few weeks has opened up the
vegetable market, an abundance being
noticed yesterday, but prices were not
affected. A good run was made on the
fish market, the supply being closed
out in a very short time.
The flower and young tree market
found ready buyers, the people laying
in stocks on account of the early approach of planting time. Taking it all
round, the market yesterday was a
good one, both seller and consumer
being well satisfied with the supply
and the prices asked.
Vegetables, Wholesale.
Beets, per sack    $1.00
Carrots, per sack    "5c
Parsnips, per Back   $1.0(1
Turnips, per sack   (10c to 75c
Potatoes, per ton $30 to $32
Onions, per crate   $1.75 to $2
Vegetables, Retail.
Ileets. per bunch  5-?
Onions, per lb So
Potatoes, per sack    $1.35 to $1.-10
Carrots, per bunch  Sc
Cabbage, per lb 3c
Turnips, each    5c
Eggs and Butter.
11 Eggs, wholesale, per dozen 2T>c
I hlggs, retail, per dozen   30c
Butter, retail, per lb   ....35c to  '.Oc
Honey, per comb    25c
Pink Spring Salmon, per lb 20c
White    Spring    Salmon,  per lb.  15c
(2 lbs. for 25c).
Flounders, per lb 10c
Sturgeon, per lb Ioc
Blue cod, per lb 10c
Halibut, per lb 10r
Steelhead, per lb 15o
Smelts   2 lbs. for 25c
Retail Meats.
Beef  best rib roasts  15c to l*c
Beef, loin    ISc to 22c
Heof. round steak IS.
Boiling beef     10c to 14c
Veal    16c to 20c
Pork    - 15o to 20c
Sugar cured  bacon    20c to  25c
Mutton 12c to 22c
Dressed chicken, per lh. ...25c to 30c
Wholesale Meats.
Veal, large   9c to 10c
Veal,  small    12c to* 13c
Beef, front quarter   9 to 10c
Beef, hind quarter  Ho to lie
Bprlng lamb    12c to 13c
Mutton   10c to lie
Pork  12c to 121/ic
Geeee, live, each   $1.50 to $2
Hens, small, dozen  *fi to *7
ficient moisture to mature a good
crop and uq Injury wlll arise from the
tops being pressed down by the light
harrow during the last cultivation.
The surface being level, the least possible surface is exposed to the dry
winds and the sun, and the tine dust
mulch on the surface made by the
continued use of the harrow retains
the maximum moisture in the eoII
where the tubers are formed."
^Why   use   Teas   of   uncertain
��� quality and value, when delicious
The Ladies of New Westminster May Now Have Beautiful Hair. Ryall the Druggist has the Article and Guarantees it to Grow Hair, or
Refund Your Money.
Ryall, the druggist, backed up by
the manufacturers of SALVIA, the
Great Hair Grower, guarantees it to
grow hair.
SALVIA destroys Dandruff In teu
The roots of the hair are so nourished and fed that a new crop of hair
springs up, to the amazement and do
light of the user. The hair Is made
soft and fluffy. Like all American
preparations SALVIA Is daintily perfumed. It Is hard to find an actress
who does not use SALVIA continually.
Ladles of society and Influence use
no other.
SALVIA ls a non-sticky preparation, and Is the ladles' favorite. A
large, generous botlle, 50c. The
Scobell Drug Co.. St. Catharines,
Canadian distributors.
Tea can be had on demand.
rk, Cot or Mixed. Scaled Packets Only.
***��*��� *�� r'-acltat on inquiry. Address:" SALADA," Toronto
White   Star-Dominion   Canadian   Service
Montreal-Quebec-Livcrpool (Sum mer).
Portland, Me.-Halifax  (Westbound Liverpool (Winter).
No trouble with Customs, baggage bonded through to steamer.
Largest and Finest Mail Steamers from Canada
New Triple-Screw *S.S. Laurentic.     New Twin-Screw S.S. Megantic.
14,892 gross tons. 14,788 gross tons.
���Turbine and Reciprocating Engines.
Last word ln shipbuilding.    Electric elevators, electric heaters, skilled orchestra, wiieless and deep sea signaling apparatus.
First-class, $92.50; second-clasa, $53.75;    third-class,    (closed   rooms),
Comfort at moderate rates by excellent one-class (I I) cabin servica.
S.S. Twin-Screw 'TEUTONIC, S.S. Twin-8crew CANADA,
582 feet long. 514 feet long.
1 'Largest, fastest steamer Canadian-Liverpool I one-class   (II) cab'.n
Hest accommodation given $50.00 up. thlrd-clcss (dosed rcoms), $'.1 2".
Company's Office. Room "B" Bailey Buildinn, Second and Cherry S*.c,
Seattle, or H. E. Goulet, C.P.R. Agent,  and  W.  F.  Butcher,  G.  N.  R.
all    E.istern
Special low rates to
points will be on sale
iMay 2; good to return up to October
111. These ratea can be used for passengers going to the Old Country.
For particulars and reservations
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, G.P.A.. Vancouver
1 Competition for new University
buildings to be erected at Point Grey,
near Vancouver, Hritish Columbia.
I The Government of British Colum
bia invite competitive plans for the
general scheme and design for the
proposed new University, together
with more detailed plans for the build-
I lngs to be   erected   first   at an esti-
J mated  cost of $1,500,000.
Prizes of $10,000 will be given for
the most successful designs submitted.
Particulars of the competition   and
plan  of  site  may  be  obtained  on  request from the undersigned.
j    The designs to be sent in by July 31,
11912, addressed to
Parliament  Buildings,
1 Victoria, British Columbia.
liens, small, retail    $7 to $9
R,e,n Jf *H��n.;,fnail $i'! '�� ����� The International
Broilers,  dozen    $.1  to  i'i
ChiCKens, dozen   $7 to *:i
Chickens, dressed per lb 25j
Ducks, dozen   Sl:! to $1S
Furnished for attractive enterprises
in all substantial lines of business.
Railroads, Tractions, Water an.l
Electric Powers, Irrigations, Timber,
.Mining. Agricultural and Industrial.
Bond. Debenture and Stock Issues
Underwi itten, Purchased or Sold.
Properties purchased for European
exploitation and investment.
Financial Undertaking of all sorts
Miscellaneous commissions and
orders of all characters accepted fo.-
execution in any European country.
Correspondence enclosing full do
talis at first writing invited.
Bankers Alliance
14-16-18 Bloomsbury St., London, Eng.
Notice is hereby given thai I Bhall
at the expiration of thirty days from
the dale of the tirut publication hete-
���of cancel from the hooks of the Land
Registry office, New Westminster,
B. C��� a certain agreement for sale,
dated the twenty-fifth day of February,
1910, existing between Chas. S. Brown
as Vendor, of Vancouver, B. C, and
Moulton Shank as Purchaser, formerly of Vancouver, B. C, said agreement for sale covering the east, half
of lot 8, and the west half of lot !),
block 1, being a subdivision of east
lialf of lot 158, group 1, New Westminster District,
New Westminster.
Dated at the   Land   Registry Office,
New   Westminster,   B.  C,  this  3rd
day    of    April,  1912,  to    Moulton
Shank, Esq.
t>. V. Lewthwaite
New Westminster. R. C.
Wcrkchop 611  Victoria Street.
(Over Daily Newa.)
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tender for Seventh Avenue School" and
addressed to L. Avory White, Ea<j.,
Secretary New Westminster School
Hoard, will be received up to f> i>m.
of Monday, Sth ol April, 1'JlL', for t.ie
erection and completion of 8 threy
storey school to be erected ou Seventh
avenue, New Westminster.
Separate    tenders  will be received
, for, 1, Concrete, l> 1 ick and Carpenter
wo:k, etc; 2,   Plumber   and   Tlnnei
I work;   IJ, Painter work;    4,    Electric
Lleht, etc.
Plans and specifications can bj ob-
'tained on application to the under-
Blgned on receipt of a deposit of $10.
which \sill be refim led on the roiur.i
of plans. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted bank
cheque or certlflcate of deposit on a
Chartered bank in Canada, made payable to the Secretary of the New
Westminster School Bcai'd, for a
sum eijiial to (Ive (.") per cent, of his
tender, which shall be forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
contract when called upon to do so.
The oheques or certificates of deposit
of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the signing of
the contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Architects to the School Trustees.
N'ew Weatmlnster, B, C.
Extension  of  Time.
The above time mentioned fnr    re-
eolvir.'.; tenders has been extended to
12 hoon of Friday, the 12th inst.
D. McAulay
Tel. 701.
Cor.  6th  ami Columblfi
Nelson, April 4.���Dry farming
been ghen comparatively little
sideration thus lar in the West Kootenay, the distiict that contains the
tli.ee large lane systems at low altitude, the Kootenay, the Slocan and the
Arrow. The principal reason for this
neglect of so important a principle,
naturally enOugh, has been that experience has Bhown that in four out of
I five years the natural precipitation,
combined with the mountain seepage.
I has been quite sufficient for the purposes of field crops, while   there has
I never been any doubt of its adequacy
I from the point of view of the orchard-
1st.   That dry farming could be applied
j with great advantage In many cases,
! however, the advanced growers very
' generally agree, and It would seem
that this method should ultimately
mean immense advantage to the large
areas of upper bench lands that, in
numerous cases, owing to local contour, do not have the advantage of
either    seepage    or     natural   * water
, courses.
On the subject of dry farming as i:
might be immediately applied un.icr
existing conditions, .lames Johnstone,
a prominent Nelson rancher, whose
prize fruit year    by year Is sent   to
i various Canadian exhibitions oy the
Provincial Government, says:
"if dry farming were practised more
in the Kootenay district, much better
results would oiten be obtained. Crops
j are very oiteu Injured by the appllca
tion o'f ke cold mountain Btreitni fcr
Irrigating purposes during a ropy dry
season, in orchard work, fl the
ground Is plowed up rough In the fail
and thus left all winter to al.-iorb the
moisture, instead of allow inn it to run
ofT ii hard, smooth surface, ihe tieeB
will have sufficient moisture in the
summer season by simply running u
light cultivator   or harrow ovei' tho
; surface of the fi round, after every buih
mer shower, thus creating a dusi
mulch and retaining the moisture In
the ground.
"In the case of bucIi crops as potatoes, growing on dry land, much better results will be obtained by the following method of culture th. 11 by tho
usual hill or drill method: fn September   plow   deep    with   a   subloll
I plow, and have thn surface rough d.i -
ing the winter. In tho sprln.1);, work
the Etitlaec of the soil   well with  the
I cultivator, bo as to have a woli-pulver-
l.'.ej surface. Plant the potatoes In
the bottoms of the furrows, six Inches
dee?, and cover over level. Continue
cultivating with the harrow every two
weeks, after showers, until the plants
���to abovo the surface fiom four to
eI\ Inches, Tha fire dust mulch lefl
>.\ tiio lart cultivation will retain suf.
Re part (10 acres) of lot 3S, Group
has I !��� formerly In Yale Division of Yaie
con- District, in the District of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title No. lLSofiF, issued 1:1
the name of Francis W. Ford, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of, in a daily newspaper published hi
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
District Registrar of 'lilies.
Land  Registry office,  New  Westmiu-
ster, B. C, March 9. 1912.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
A specially large sto( k tii Lar lib, Shingles and
 No. 2 Common To uns and Dimension.
Now is the t'me to build fcr saie or rent while prices are low
Do. Not Waste Money
Savs a little systematically, for it Is the stuff that tbe foun
datlons of wealth and happiness ara built of.
Money may be used ln two nays; to   spend   for   what   ia
needed now aud to Invest for what shall be needed la the fu
ture.   Money oanoot be Invested until lt la flrst saved.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorised Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street.
A. L. UEWAR, General Msnager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Will Remain Closed Today
 ., j, .I   ... 1 1
The Man Whe Saves You Money
Cliff Block Sixth Street near Columbia
���am FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
The Browning (lab met on Tuesday
at the home ot Mrs, Rant, Fiftn
street. Among those present were
Miss G. Homer, Miss Rickman, Mis3
1. Martin, Miss   De Wolf Smith and
Miss E. Martin.
��   ���   ��
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Davidson left
last   Saturday for   Portland, and will
not return until Tuesday.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. VV. L. Darling will not receive
a; ;.i i this season.
-    *    ��
Mrs.  Annandale   will   not   receive
again until further notice.
��� ��   ���
Mr. J. A. Motherwell left on Thursday afternoon for Portland, where he
will s'letid the Easter holidays.
��� *   ��
Several parties intend spending the
Easter holidays at White Rock. Among
these being Mrs. Sivewrlght, Mias
Brown, Miss G. Brown, Miss Wright,
Misa Nora Armstrong. Mr. R. B.
Brown. Mr. Frank Major, Mr. Sperry
and Mr. Hrown (Haney).
... 0
MIks Motherwell, superintendent of
the Alert Hay Hospital, canie down to
Vancouver last week, and on Monday
was t'ie guest of Mrs. Corbould.
The Graduate Nurses Association, ot
New Westminster,. Intend giving a
dame to St. Patrick's Hall on Friday,
April 19. It is to he hoped that everyone will help by buying a ticket fnr
thc occasion.
Engineer Tells  of Collision   Between
Two   Locomotives.
With his head, arms and back
swathed In bandages covering the
fearful scalds which he sustained in
the head-on collision between the train
on which he was acting as head
brakeman on an east bound freight
near Amyot on the C. P. R. north
Bhore line, .lohn Loist gave a garphic
account of his experiences to the Toronto News at the General Hospital
where he was taken.
I .cist said that it was the first time
on which he had made a trip west of
Chapleau. tils train, which was in
charge of Conductor Birch, consisted
ef 37 cars loaded with settlers' stock
and effects, a passenger coach an.l a
vault, lt was pulled by two engines.
Their orders were, he said, to meet
and pass the other train at Birch station some six miles west of Amyot
Going 35 Miles an Hour.
Some little time before tbe collision
occurred, Loist had made his way to
the front engine. No. 1.803, the crew
of which. Fngineer Smith and Fireman Jack Lyall, hoth met their death
when ttie trains came together.
"We weie traveling at a speed
whicli. I should Judge, wouM be less
than 38 miles an hour." sail Loist,"
"and 1 was keeping a lookout. Suddenly as we rounded a curve I saw tha
head lights of the east-bound train a
little u.ovance down the track. There
is a switch at this point and at flrfet 1
thought the train was standing on this
'switcli and that tae engineer had forgotten to put o..t nis headlight.
"A moment late.-, 1 saw lt was on
the main track, lie nosa of tha engine being snoved right past tne
switcli. Realizing what was about to
happen 1 went to throw the lever, but
seeing tliat I had no time to do this i
shouted to Engineer Smith to shut o.f
steam. ,  , .,_ ���
Fireman   Jumped.
"Whether he did so or not. I don't
know, for 1 was just preparing to
jump, when Lyall, the fireman, went
ahead of me and beiore I could ge-
clear the engines came together with
a feat ful crash.
"I was thrown against the side of
the cab. and for the moment thought'
that my Jaw was broken.
"Poor Smith was pinned against the
lever, and I remember seeing him in
a crouched tOBltion with his hand on
the throttle. Then came one gust of
Bteam which caught me full In the
face, the engine toppled over and I remember nothing more until I oame to
Berne time after.
Crushed Under Engine.
"What happened to Lyall I do not
know, but I believe he was crushed
under the engine. Fortunately for us
we were were being followed b.v a
freight train, which arrived on the
scene a littlo later, and the engineer
immediately uncoupled his engine, attached the van, put the Injured in it
and brought us back to Chapleau.
"Here we were placed on a train
and taken to Sudbury, and there put
on a passenger train for Toronto. Hoth
the engineer and the fireman of the
second engine on our train jumped in
time, but Knsilneer Looner of the east-
bound train stayed with his engine
and sustained serious injuries.
"A number of cars, seven I believe,
were totallv destroyed toeether with
their contents, ard the track was torn
up for some distance."
i* **>***������*+*-oaa
i services |
Board of Health Department.
The Board of Health Department Is
| about  to start  a  campaign   for  the
1 cleaning up of all back yards and va
j cant lots in the city, and tiie hearty
*.*,*>*>*,0*.a*0******9****.*****i* I co-operation of the citizens in genera!
| I is asked in this regard.
(Changes for this column mu3t   be |    a clean city ls one of the best ad3
we can have, and we feci sure thai
the citizens appreciate this to the fullest extent. The bui nlng up of all
waste paper, etc., the clsanlng away
of ashes and other refuse, and a thorough cleaning up will go a lony way
toward? giving us a city beautiful.
S.  .  PEARCE.
Health Inspector.
I San Francisco, April 4.���The Panama-Pacific international Kxhibitioi
wlll open on Saturday, Feb. L'o, i916,
and  close  on  Saturday, Dec.  4,  1916,
' alter a season of forty-one weeks.
| After the board of directors had
reached this dc.ision today, President
j Charles C. Moore said:
"I believe that nowhere else In the
I world,  except   on  th��   Pacific   coast,
I could^ a city hold an exposition for this
' period and of course, from an exhibitors' standpoint the longer the exr.osi
tion. consistent  with the attendance.
1 the better for the exhibitor, whether
��� national or Individual."
I John Brisben Walker, former editor
nnd owner of tho Cosmopolitan Magazine, wns aprolntc I todav director of
exploitation of the exhibition.
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"    16403-The Palms   Harry' Macdonouflh
The Holy City ...Harry Macdonough
89054���Crucifix F,ure
74037-Le, Rameaux Marcel Journet
Ilc.irthes*   Beautiful'  Sncred    Records   on   the
Famous Vict-ola, at the nearest dealers today .
] left nt, or telephoned to, this office by
' 9 a.m. on Fridays. The omission oi
[ any church not ice from this column
| indicates that no details have been
| supplied.)
Uev. Okell pastor.   Morning service at
j 11; Sunday school, 2:30: evening service at 7 o'clock.
Baker, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday Bchccl at 2:30 p.m.
Rev. C. W. Brown, B.D., pastor. 11
, a.m., public worship, alter which a
I sacrar.iental and recaption service will
| be held.    7 p.m., a service of praise.
The choir will give the following spe-
1 cial music: Anthems, "The Heavens
I Are Telling," Hayden:  "I waited for
the Lord," Mendelssohn"; "Behold the
Angel of the Lord,"   Solo, Mrs. Byron
���Kev. J. S. liendeiBoii, pastoi. Services J.1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
scliool and Uible class at 2:30 p.m.
r"ra>er meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m.
In thc morning tho anthem wlll be,
"As lt Began to Dawn," Fo;ter. ln
the cening the service ��i 1 ba entirely musical. The choir will sin^ Sir
John Sti-lner's "Crucifixinn," solos by
Mr. btoardman and Mr. Graham.
TRINITY���Kev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M
A., assistant curate. Confirmation
Saturday at 7.30 p.m. Good Friday:
Pre-CommunipB at 8 a.m., matins and
litany at io. Three hours service, 12
noon to 3 p.m., with address on "Sevtfo
Last Words" by Rev. F. A. P. Chadwick. Cantata "O ivet to Calvary at
7:30 p.m. Easter Day: (", a.m. and 7
p.m., Holy Communion; 8 a.m., Holy
Communion, choral; Smart in E Flat.
Hymn, "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today."
11 a.m., Matins, Anthem, "Xow Is
Christ Risen": Pelham Humphreys.
Proper Psalms, Te Demn: Jackson.
Benedictue, Barnby. Holy Communion:
Agutter In B Flat. Hymn, "Yo choirs
ol' New Jerusalem." Sermon, Hymns
"And now O Father," "Tha King of
Love." Children's service with ad-
-Jrcss al 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Evensong.
Tallls in O. Hymn: "Christ Is Risen.'
Magnificat i ud Nunc':'imiths, Slmoer
In F. Proper Psalms.   Anthem: "Kfng|May  bv   Bv-law  .,>   tit ,   I, >*,,'���
of Kints" Simper.   Hymn, "Come Ye j late and determine and also
bleached, yet white as
Best for
��'he Little Ones
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by Resolution determined
and specified that it 13 desirable to
carry out the folowing wonts, that is
to say:
(a) To pave Front Btreet from
Kighth street to the northerly end ol
fhe tchaalce Machine Works for a
width of 13 feet; lay water maina,
gutters, insta! electric street lighting
system, and any other works contingent thereto.
tb) To construct sanitary and
storm i.3weis fiom Lot 1 to Lot 15,
City Biock seven (7)
And that the said works shall be
caricd out in accordance wiih tbe
provisions of the "Local Improvement
tleueral  By-law 11)00."
And the City Engineer and the City
Assessor having reported to the Council in acordftnee with the provisions
af the Baid by-law upon the ku1<3
.vorks, giving statements , showing
the amounts to be chargeable against
the various pot tions of real prope, ty
to be benefited by the said works
and other particulars, and the eaid
reports of the said City Engineer and
City Assessor having been adopted
i by the Council.
Notice is hereby, given that the sr.il
[reports are open for inspection to the
j office of the City Assessor, Citv Hall.
Columhla   street,   New   Westminster,
B. C.i    and    that    unless a petition
I against   the   proposed   works   above
mentioned   signed  by   a  majority  of
the owners of the hnd or real propeity to be assessed or charged in respect of  such  works  representing; at
I ieast one-half in value thereof i<; pre-
| sented to the Council within  fifteen
davs from the date 0* the first publication   of   this   notice,  the  Council
I win   proceed   with  the  proposed  hn;
I provements   under   such   termj   and
I conditions as to payment of the cost
1 of such improvements as thr; Council
Best for
The Whole Family
Contains the full food value of
the best Western Hard Spring
Wheat and is delightfully good
for Bread, Cakes and Pai
stry    g��[
Special Easter Excursion
VICTORIA and Return
All These Goods Can Be
Purchased At
419 Columbia St.     New Westminster
Faithful." Sermon. Hymn?, "Th.
Strife Is O'er," "Christ the Lord Is
Rises Today."
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Rchool at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.   Dundonald school
1 nuUBO-,   borvlc*  n,t  2  p.m.  and   Sunday '
l~.li...,.  at  3 p.n��..������. W. tcv.-p.i-l jao*>��
\ pastor.
T'.L CUUUC1', corner of Seventh
and Royal avenge. "Tp9 ItilL CjiUffht'
���Services at 11 a.D1 and 7 p.m.; Boa-J
day sohOCl at 2:Jn ;.m. Special BSister]
services both morning and evening.
Communion ceic!. i:;ted at 11 a.m. service.
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St
Kev. M. G. Meivin, B. A., minister.
Services ot 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday sclool anl Bible class 2:30
p.m.   Guild meets Monday at 8 p.m.
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
-orshlp at 11 a.m. antl 7 p.C.    .
Tenth Btreet-Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
MA, rector. Easter Sunday: Holy
Communion 8 a.m.; Matins, Holy Communion and aermon 11 a.m.; children s
service 2:30 p.m. Good Friday: Holy
Communion 8 a.m.; morn Ins praye.'
and sermon 11 a.m. Archdeacon Pentreath will preach.
Hospital street���O. B. Anderson, pastor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
pvenine service 7 p.m.; people's Renting Thursday at 7:45 p.m.; B. Y. P. U.
Monday at 8 p.m.
Good Friday service will be at 7 p.m.
Easter Sunday: 11 a.m., prayer with
celebration of Holy Communion; .
p.m., Evensong with sermon.
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins, B.A,
pastor.   Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Sunday  school,  2:30.
Services Will be conducted In the
municipal hall at 7 p.m. by Rev. Reid
McCullough, B.A. Sunday school and
Bible class in the same hall at 2:30
QUEENSBOROUGH BAPTIST ��� Service will be held at 3 p.m. by Rev. McCullough, B.A. Sunday school ana
Bible class at 2 p.m.
CHURCH-Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. R����- w- �����
Frank, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.'.Sunday school and Bible
clasB at 2:30 p.m. !
ERAN CHURCH - Divine service
every Sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Paul s >
Reformed Episcopal church Sunday
school following the service. O, B��rge.
pastor, residence 1654 Eleventh avenue east, Vancouver.
SALVATION1 ARMY, Captain McLean and Lieut. Reld-Servleres at ll
a m, 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.. in the clti-
del, Eighth stieet. Open air services
as usual.
E. D. Drnden. pastor. Services at
11 a.m. ani 7 p.m.
tho  said  assessment.
Dated this twentieth d3v of March
A. D. 1912. ���     I
City Cle-k.
Date of first publication twenty-first
day of March A. D. 1!)12.
By the big, comfortable S.S. "PRINCE GEORGE."
Leave Vancouver, midnight, April  Cth;  returning, leave Victoria,
10 a.m., April,Sth.
Special excursions to Eastern destinations in May,    June,    July,
August an.1 September. |
Regular sailing for Prince Rupert  (direct service)  every Monday
at midnight. i
City  Ticket   Office:     527   Granville Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Dock Office:    Foot of Main Street.
'mw wi-nigf����.j.niiM'i .M.mjt.i���iiul ��� ^������
hats $4.50
HATS M.flfl
Easter Clothes
The well-dressed man is always a winner !
He looks well, his looks count, and Ke gets there !
Our New Spring Suits are beauties !
New colorings in Greys and Browns !
New Style Features in cut and tailoring !
,    Then just consider our reasonable prices
$10.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 to $35.00
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The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street
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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
owner   ot   McKenzie   and    Victoria
tell that to somebody else, and in a
convincing way, and then he will repeat It to another and still another
and so the good work will co on Indefinitely.
It is always-good to see ourselves
as otners see us. In this connection
ihe flowery comments of the Spokesman Review on the British Columbia
elections aro valuable. Beneath their
rhetoric they are based on sound
The dangers to the party which
holds power without an opposition to
preserve for It "a keen flghting edge'
are clearly pointed out, and experiences of the past in the V. S. A. are
<iuoted to prove the contention.
The following is the extract referred
���Tt is woe for the nation whose
ruler is a child as ln China; and it Is
unfortunate.* for a country or a party
when, ife'ift British Columbia today,
there jrajkSially is no party in. opposition to ttie iarty In power.
The Liberals of tbat province resemble Enoch. They are not. The
Conservatives came down like wolves
on the fold. Their cohorts shone forth
in railroads and gold. The avalanche
swept fromCroWB Nest to the sea.
The Liberals ceased from the lake and
the sea.   ' /:.'���'.���
It is exhilarating to be the sole
pebble on tt* political beach, as the
Conservatives are in British Columbia, the two Socialists not being
���enough to form an opposition to the
forty Conservatives. But the experience of parties that have occupied
this positlon/of lonely grandeur
that it does/hot pay
Owing to Good Friday being a holiday the Daily News will not be published on Saturday morning. It will
appear as usual again on Monday
A Real Rehearsal���Behind the  Scenes
���Bouquet  cf American   Beauties.
Mort H. ginger has spared neither
pains nor money to give "Miss Nobody
From Starland" a gorgeous setting
and a notable cast. The scenery aud
costumes are pronounced the most
pretentious ever assembled for a Princess Theatre production. The casji is
one of extreme excellence, and contains Olive Vail as its star. The" chorus
fully maintains tho reputation of the
Singer management of presenting a
bouquet of American beauties In the
big feature numbers. The most sen
sational novelty is a big musical comedy dress rehearsal scene. Beforo the
performance the stage manager calls
a rehearsal. Stars, stage hands,
author, comedian, chorus girls ana
boys and all the back-stage characters
are shown as In real life. And such a
rehearsal! It shows the stage manager a czar before whom everybody
bows. The stars flght for "line" and
"laughs," the author protests when
his book is "cut," the chorus forget
their business and the stage hands fall
down on their "props." But the stage
manager is undaunted, and finally the
curtain goes up on a mock performance. Here is more fun. The audience sees the performance from behind the scones and witnesses the
desperation of the stage manager |
when the actors forget their lines and :
18 j cues, stage hands forget to fire thei
shots in a battle and the flout bearing j
Bake your food with a
pure,Cream of Tartar |
Baking Powder  I
Baking Powder
A pure,Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
. . Ct product of Grapes ���..*-,
Five Acres on the Austin Road, near the Coif Links. Price for a
few days only $500 per acre; oae-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
One Lot 50x120, near Eighth Avenue, in Sapperton, for $350.
Terms one-third cash, balance In G, 12 and 18 months.
Room 5, Bank of Commerce Building.
Phone 1004.
'No Alunt
Lime Phosphate
Personal differences of opinion take the leading man to the piima donna at
the place Mopposlng views of public jthe height of the big scene refuses to
policy by great and cohering bodies of work. Ths culmination of the difficul
men. They degenerate into jealousies , ties comes when one stage hand for-
and breed factions. It gradually be- I 5ets to turn on the "rainstorm" which
<:omes difficult to carry through large > js supposed to be the piece de resist-
measures for the public welfare in an i ance of the production until the cur-
unselflsh spirit and without venality, tain is down and the stage mancfjer i.i
The party loses the morale and the, yelling like a wild man, "Where the
fine fighting edge that are energied by hell is the rainstorm?"
outright struggles with an intelligent, j "Miss Nobody From Starland" will
Iiatriotic and vigorous minority.     Its  be seen at the Opera   House tonight
government, has sought to obtain the
best specialized expert assistance,
and has retained the services of Colonel Thomson, chief engineer of the
port of Seattle, and one of the pre-eminent good roads champions of tha Pacific coast. Colonel Thomson will arrive here this week, and on Monday-
next,  accompanied  by   Deputy  Minis
ter Foster of tho Public Works Department, will leave for Port Alberni,
which.print he will make his base of
operations, leaving there a few days
later with a small reconnaissance
?arty to locate and erect stations and
taRe a varied tour through the park,
preliminary to the main operations of
the season.
Lumber,   Mouldings,   Laths    and   Shingles
PHONE   904.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. Q. E. QILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
only. The management suggests that
an early reservation for seats would
be advisable.
dangers increase with  the smallness
of the community.
"The experience of the Jeffersonian
democracy during   1820-30,   miscalled
"the era of good feeling," shows that
personal animosities can arise within
a party without opponents and finally . Calgary Has New Terminals in Sight
tear it to pieces. ���May Be Temporary.
The experience of the United Statea | Calgary, April !.���A corps of sur-
during 1861-9, when there practically, veyors with transits and other ac-
���was no democratic party in congress !coi:trements of the engineering profes-
to opnose republican extremists mod- sion has set to work on the Catholic
eratelv, patriotically and sagaciously,'church property at Seventeenth ave-
tells how much a nation may suffer line and Fourth street west. It is
lrom the absence of hidicioin oppo-.the commencement of operations on
nents of an overwhelming majority.     , the eitc of the new Canadian Northern
maffSsmStSSSSmS   -*.*..iv. -  mJ&&3L*X. ��?��*<��� *��<* tQrroliviito.,.,..
Pimi lrtTV \    xjne o\a ViouBe on  tl\e property  has \
" \ already   been     demolished    to     make
Seattle haB recently organized a way for the excavations, and lt Ib be-
publlclty bureau which Intends to lieved tbat within a few days laborers
raise $100,00() for publicity purposes, will begin to dismantle St. Mary's
The movement has apparently been Hall. Information as to to the plans
taken up enthusiastically in that city of the company are not fully avalla-
and great progress is being made. The hie. The men on the job seem to
business men of Seattle do not seem think that work will be rushed
to regard this as an extravagant sum straight ahead and that the depot will
to spent in this cause.     The money  be completed early this fall.
will, of course, not be paid out all at I ������	
once, bufewill be used for a continuous I ISLAND PLAYGROUND
and   systematic   campaign   to   make |
known thewirtnes of the Sound, city  Government's Extensive Plans for the
throughout the continent   of America ,      Deve,opment of Strathcona Park,
The    objects    of the    bureau    ar9
rouehly to bring new industries to
Seatile and district; to secure an influx of arr.icultural settlers; to Invite
tourist '"trSvWand to "make known far
and wide' Wat'Seattle, the gateway of
Alaska, the finest port on the Pacific
��� coast, has unrivalled opportunities
commercially, industrially, and in its
sutraunding    country,    agriculturally
Tlie intention of the provincial government to lose no time in the s^s.em
ati: and thorough exploitation and development of Strathcona Park, British
Columbia's incomparable pleasuring
ground in the heait of the Island
Alps, is eWdent in arrangements whicn
are now nearing completion ani which
foie-shadow an exceptionally busy sea-
and as &w,*t*ractlve residential city ii  B��n (jevotodt *J the    Preliminaries of
,m!lm���DS" r        resiuoiinui eny u flapping out the park system and or-
There^ if? jjcarcely a word in that
vloslng panygeric that would not ap-
I ply with even greater force to Westminster. Seattle's claim to be the
finest port on the Pacific coast is certainly open to challenge, and although
at the present tlmo Westminster coul 1
not claim the title, yet she can assert
gani/.ing the general roads program
for Vancouver Island with recognition
of the park as a focal point and the
laying out of trunk roads so as to provide best avenues of communication
therewith. It is expected that the entire plan of park improvement and
the establishment of load connections
that she b��� the making of SK IT^^V���?*?* ��VV, "2"
lily the  finest   harbor on   the   coast *L-  'eaSt    f��"r  nnd    1)osslbly  flve'
on the coas
The expenditure of a little money on
tlredging. wing dams and the Jetties
already begun, together with the car-
lying out of the great harbor scheme
about which Major Lee Iihb been negotiating In the east will put this city
in a position to boast of port facili-
lies above all other rivals.
But although the harbor is not yet
equipped, Westminster still has Industrial facilities, scenic attractions for
(ho tourist, and commercial opportunities thut would be hard to rival anywhere. As for agricultural riches in
the surrounding district, the wealth of
tho Fraser valley Is too well-known to
need comment.
To realize uli these 1 oteutli.llles wu
mun. advertise, If Seattle still finds
it necessary to talk about herself to
an audience:a continent wide, much
more need ituullor Westminster do
so. It is useless for a city to Imitate
the modest violet and be bom and
blush and Imj it remembered, die unseen. We must get out and advertise. It is. therefore, with pleasure
that we notice thut the publicity commissioner is k*Tins moving pictures
taken of this City for advertising purposes, and wo hope thut this Is but
the first step in a really energetic publicity campaign.
It is worth considering ir it. would
not ho advisable to form some organization to advertise the city over and
.above the very moderate grunt made
tiy the council for this purpose. Per-
liups the Progress Club which was
organized lasl night will oonslder
��oine such nroject. It is no good slin
���ply repeating to ourselves that wo aro
fhe greatest thing on earth.   We muat
There has this year been provided
| in connection with the work a sum of
$100,000, and this will be expended In
completely  surveying the entire two
hundred and forty square miles of the
I pink ar'.'a, both photo-topojraphioslly
|Utid otherwise, and In the construct! in
of roads, bridges, etc., within the park
con lines.
In   connection   with    thla   work   tlie
��� -AT--
Davies' Pharmacy
Phone 40.
Cliff Block.
YOUNG Men who are most critical about
the style of Clothes they wear wilj find
in our goods style that stays stylish; the
quality is back of it.
Some especially nice Browns in the Athletic type, with peg-top trousers and subway belt loops.
Come in and look them over, and receive
one of Style forcasts for Spring 1912.
Prices $18, $20 up to $40.
A. S. Mills Sc Co.
517 Columbia Street
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FRIDAY, \PRIL *. 1912.
Tor Final All-Star Game on Saturday-
Big Crowd from Westminster
Jimmy Hewitt Signs Powers and MacGregor���Charlie Querrie Willing
to Bet $5000.
A record sule of tickets is reported
for tue remaining hockey game    be-
wnetaj   the   Western aggregation  and
.Ak&:* Eastern   All-Stai s   on    Saturday
" evening   in   fhe    Vancouver    Arena.
. Xi^ilcullj..the    entire     contingent  ,,,���,
wbicli attended the same last Tuesday   frey.
evening iB going over again and the
glowing reports these Bame en-
tnuslasts have spread around of that
-ame have Impressed the stay-at-
home people so much that they also
have become embued with the hockey
spirit. ,. _i jjsl��J
Tbe Eastern players should be in
better shape than ever now that they
have had time to shake the kinks out
���of their system and become accustomed to the Ice and also the plays of
their opponents. The usual arrangements have been made ln regard to
transportation, holders of tickets being carried to and from the games on
special cars which will leave the tram
depot at 7 o'clock sharp. This will be
the last opportunity to witness a
hockey game before next season
opens, and the class of players on the
visiting team is not shown every <lay
on the coaet. Manager Frank Patrick
took a big chance in at ranging this
visit, but the brand of hockey dished
out at the flrst game and the vast
crowd that lined the Arena shows that
his efforts have not been to no avail.
A few tickets are left at Jtyi ll's anl
at Duncan's cigar store.
Tcrrnto, Arril 4.���James T. Hewitt,
representative here of Cch Jonts, s3-
cured the signatures of Eadle Powers,
Toronto detence fielder, and "Mag"
MacGregor, Tectilnsch home pi .ye',
this morning. Powers wid receive
$1800 and MacGiegor $1500. Bot.i
nave been assured of positions. HcWlu
stated that Con had aone his budnes3
direct with Cory Hess. The prcb b e
line-up of the Vancouver team w.ll hi:
Goal, Hass; point, Griffith; cover,
Powers; defence, ions, West and Gad-
Allen and Fitzgerald    will    ba
spare men on the defence. Centre,
Matheson, and home selected from
Fitzgerald, MacGregor, Lalonde, Ph3-
lan, Adamson and McCarthy. There
is still a possibility of Fred Scott and
George. Roberts being induced to go
Charlie Quenle this morning offe-ed
to bet Con Jones $5000 he cculd defeat Vancouver on the Island grounds
and offered to pay the expenses of
the Vancouver tram and alro to r,'ve
them half the gate receipts If they
would make the trip. The offer has
been wired to Jones, snd wilt no do ibt
be arretted as the latter is anxiom
to bring his team east in lhe fall.
Host Be Sold Before April 13
66x132 feet, corner of Ash and Clute streets   and   Third
Price $3500; terms, one-thirl canh, balance 6,    12, snd    18
Price after April 13 will'be J4C00.
I ��� y'
REGINA STREET.���Seven roomed modern house, lot cleared and
ready for garden.   Price $2800; terms, $G00 cash, balance    $20
month.   This house rents at $25 per month.
P. Peebles
Real Estate
620 Columbia Street.
ind Insurance Agent.
Phone 307.
A Cheap Horn��
On Easy Terms
House and lot In Sapperton for sale. House is
built and comfortable. Lot is large size and well
$1800, with only $400 cash and balnce as rent.
small"   but well-
situated,     price
The Westminster Trust and Stf e Deposit Co.,Ltd.
J.J.JONES, Mgr. Dir.
28 Lorne Street New Westminster
Proposed Amalgamation of Rovers
'and AmaUura at Smoker.
The quesiLn 0i ibe Hovel's and tiie
Senior AmuteUiS amalgamating a.iu
terming oue strong team to piay iu
the \ ancouver league next wi.uer was
ui.sci.ssed at last nig it's bi.ee-r
smoker. Both M.nager Gr. n , ot the
Hovers, and Mr. A. liento.", spe.k m
lor the tenior Amateurs, w*ne in fuvjr
of the scheme alter the ro'.igii treatment the teams have rec.ived this
pasl winter at the hands of the Vancouver spoits. if such a deal goes
through, Westminster would hdve a
team second to none on    the    lower
Developments Expected Shortly���Eastern Magnate's "Big Talk."
There is every indication that the
next few days will be momentjuj ones mainland, and prospects of landing all
in laeroose circles on the coast. Alder-"'the silverware which is hung out for
man tiray is expected home again ou soccer football would be extending y
Sunday and lt is thought that he wlll brig&t.    However, the scheme is jujt
Read These and Speak Quick
One acre, all cleared and in mixed fruit; six roomed house; fruit
trees; chicken houses.   $4^uu; $1200 cash.   Terms.
Keep your eye on NORTH VANCOUVER���Here's a bargain: Sixty-
Eix-foot lot, double corner, North Vancouver, near car line.   $2000.
Office Over Curtis'
P. O. BOX 777.
Drug Store.
have something to say as to what
will be the line-up of the Salmon
Bellies this coming season. Manager
Kennedy, of tbe Irlsh-Canadiens, ls
out boasting that he bus secured the
iiguatuie of Johnny Howard, but taking Into consideration the amount of
apace Kennedy and Fleming have been
taking up in eastern papers, the ultimate destination of this latest outburst of Kennedy will b3 the waste-
paper basket.
Con Jones pave out the information
j esterday tbat he had been unable to
come to terms with two of his star
defence playeis, Harry. Pickering end
Hun Clark, and he hlid therefore  no
unl Ion  lint, to relenHe I bum.     Fallowing
iii its infancy at present and it is
doubtful whether much can be done
until practice begins iu the fall.
lins.    Mlle.  Coppelia has   a rich  so-1    In   loving   memory
The Loaded Puck.
Hockey players leturned from New
York tell a remarkable story of the
pucks used down there. One night,
during a game, somebody lifted a puck
to the girders of the St. Nicholas
Kius. ihe puck fell with a mighty
thud on tne Ice and split In twain,
'lhe split poitions were picse.t up and,
behold, instead of solid rubber, us required by the rules, the revealed interior of the disc showed large Quantities of Vead shot lmbedjeu la tbe
lubber. N��tui��lly tluo experts from
tree' ��������-  ��� -��>���- -'-������   �� -��--
K%rt unnoilncomlTuT^the'^legVaiih "wiu. Mpnfreuf began'"to"wonder Why. J The
ba burning during the next few day* reason was soon touud out.   T��e puck
prano voice and uses it to good advantage. The nni3h is a beautiful illuminated effect, both members being all
covered with electric lights and presenting���well, lt wouldn t do to spoil
by telling. Harry Lancaster is bille I
as the Harry Lauder of vaudeville, and
it is said that he lives up to this flattering billing. Lillian Melbourne is a
chic little Miss who presents a comedy
banjo act. Louise B; rd will sing
"Nora, My Irish Queen,' which will be
beautifully illustrated. The usual
three photo plays will be shown, headed by "Two Old Pals," a remarkable
animal picture, featuring "Toddles."
tbo Sells elephant.
of poor Fldo!
Yesterday afternoon a large dog, who
had recently acquired the habit of
chasing street cars in the vicinity of
Sixth street nnd Fourth avenue, met
Its death by being run over. Funeral
arrangements to be announce.', later.
Seats on sale at Tidy,
the Florist's, 47 Sixth St.
Phone L 184.
Seats on sale at Tidy,
the Florist's, 47 Sixth St.
Phone L 184.
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
lt falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S slg
nature is on each *)Ox.   25c.
Kelvin Cafe
Trapp Block
Entrance Lorne and Clarkson Streets.
for an enjoyable
refreshing AFTERNOON TEA.
Home Cooking. 1
with the eastern magnates' attempts
to sign them up. The Vancouver
players were offered a 26 per cent. In-
crease and all are.said to have signed
up with the exception ot Pickering and
Clark. Just whether the Westminster
executive will be successful in l.nding
Clark to defend the locals' rigging remains to be seen.   Be. that as it may,
had to be ot a certain weight as required by the rules, and the quality
of lubber being put into the article
io make it the standard size and retail at a profit did not permit of the
standaid weight.
And so tue genius which led a
mighty people to invent and sell wooden nutmegs, also prompted   them   to
there will be something doing In tiiis |J?ad u}> ,_lle1_r1u.bhe��r ^'f1 **ot t0 brJQ8
neck of the woods before many days
Seattle, April 4.���Not sine* Jtftt
after the San Francisco eaithquase
has the demand for lumber assumed
Its present proportions. If the demand continues, millmen declare, 1912
will be one of the biggest years the
industry has ever known, if not the
biggest of all.
The  railroads are   at  present   the
are over.
it up to weight.   Lead ls cheaper than i best buyers.   The Chicago, Milwauae
rsbber.    To make sure thut the puck '& st- Va{il r��ad has   just completed
Just an isolated J placing orders for no less than 6,000,-
were   purchased
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Westerners  10
Easterners 4
Westerners 10
Easterners 2
Your Guess, Westerners'
or Easterners I
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Gun Club
Members Will    Hold Well
Endowed Shoot.
Tbe following ls the list of events
anu pruea oi  the  \vestminsier  Gun
einb at tne annual snoot to be held,
ihis morning on Moody square:
First event���Ten birds
Hrst event (10 birds)���First piize,
Fly book;    second prize, box   oi dJg
which  broke wasn't
ease,   other   pucks
fiom  the sporting goods  stores  and
then cut open.   There were the shot
again.    And that's the   story of the
loaded puck.���Montreal Herald.
Queen's University will probably
take over tho Kingston rink. They
offer $13,000 for the building, and, although the company who now own lt
ask $20,000, they will very likely sell ,
fpr less.    The university   intends   to  tract will run close to 15.000,000 feet. |
000 feet of car building materials.
Tbls road has bought enough lumber'
to construct 1000, freight cars. Presl
dent H. R. Williams recently said that
the road purposes to build 3000 freight
cars, so that about 12,000,000 feet of
additional lumber will be needed.
One of the largest car material contracts ever offered in the northwest
is now being placed by the American
Car Foundry Company.   This one con-
i.      .���L    ,.    .. _���   . 41-i.j ,.,1.77 i ior  iess.     ine  univsrsuy   lntenas   io   �����-��.�����  "��������� �����" *.**-*.> *** i������v,vv�� ***>*>*.
biscuits by Kamsay bros., third P'��- 'run lt for the publlc and not a8 a prl. ,The lumber will be used largely in the
nve pounds Nabob coffee by    nelly,.    te affa,r for 8tudent8 onIy.   If they  construction of 5000 freight cars Just
Douglus company. 'obtain possession  they will make ex-'ord��red *>' the Northern Paciflc
Second event (10 birds)���First, 100 .      alteratlon���
.shells. Trapp & Co.; second, hat, Reid 'tus,u   a,Kr* l,l01,i"
it McDonald;  third, five pounds Victoria Cross tea, Malkln & Co.
Third event (10 birds)���First, 100
ebells, Andei son & Lusby; second,
lisning rod, G, R. Speck; third, 60 lb
sacs Rising Sun flour.
Fourth   event     UO   birds)���First,
A   Regular   Royal   Flush.
To those who do not know the fascinating  gamo of poker,  It   may  be
explained that a "royal   flush" means
flve cards in sequence ut the head of
any one suit.     Thus, the ace, king,
value $ij��� Galloway & Lewis;  second! I uueeu, knave and ten of heaits form
one hum. F. ft. Stewart & Co.; thii'd,'a war flush,   'ihls han!, however, Is
$1.60 flx-up, Hub barber shop
Fifth event (10 birds)���Fust, value
43.60, A. S. Mills & Co.; second, cuff
links, Thomas Gifford; thi id, slippers,
value $2.60, W. E. Sinclair.
Sixth event (10 blids)��� Open to
.shooters who have not previously won
.any. prizes, $5 casli, donated by CapL
Four events, Jack Rubbit shoots, 16
birdB; e.itiano tee $l.so each event.
Ten cents will be refunded for each
bird broken.
Five, dollars cash added in each
-event, surplus money to he divided under the Rose system. Ten birds count
four points; nine birds three, eight
birds two and seven birds one point.
The shoot wlll commence at 9:30
4hiB morning.
Members of the Scnjor Amateurs
and nil thoBo Intending to mnke the
trip to Mission today nre requested to
meet nt the C. I'. It. depot at 8:30 this
morning. The locul boys are all in
.good trim und expect to take the
Fraeer valley bunch Into camp, although they rottllzc thoy h-va a lnrd
(���reposition before them. No word hai
teon hoard regarding tho cmcell'illdn
an almost Impossible one, and there
are players ot thirty yearn' experience
who have never seen it     , ���
A few evenings ago, at a private
bouse in Ottawa, a poker game was iu
progress. One of the players is a
man with political aspirations. During a deal the other players were chaffing him, after the manner of Major
Pond's declaration about Winston
Churchill before the latter became a
British inlnlHtor.th.it he, too, wns a i
"future prime minister."
The conversation ln question stopped for a moment .while the hand was
being played, and to the astonishment
of all the man who was termed a future prime minister, held a royal
flush. Some of the men present figured
put the chances of holding a royal
flush, anl announced that they wero
but one ln over a hundred million
Royal Theatre Showing Fine Program
���Muslcsl   Gloves.
Three big acts ls what the management of the RO: al Theatre Is offering
Its patrons again today.   The real big '
of tho St. Andrews gama on Situtday !feature   will   be   the "MuBjcal   Cop
ufternoon and it teems probable that
��� hc Vancouver rr/gr-gathn will be?bh)
to muster n team to rtock up against
the Senior Amateurs.
petals," who ] resent what they claim
to be tho moBt novel musical act before the public today.     They piny on
everything from a tin can to a piano.
Musical gloves ls their own Invention
Other nttrrctions krpt down   the at- |&nd they Play a late popular selection
tendance nt tho Armoury snrk"r list on the same gloves.   A moRt interest-
flwmltte,    \ good program of boxing i^B Pftrt of their turn ls a duct on two
tind wreBtllng events was pulled oft. brooms which take the place of vio-
Eastern St
Tickets and Transportation $1.00
Get them from Ryall's Drug Store
Duncan's  Ci$ar
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PACE sn.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
Building   Lean
By-Law   No.���
A By-'.aw to  enable   the   Municipal j
Council of tbe Corporation of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by Loan the sura of Twenty Thousand  Dollars  ('$20,000.00)   for the
purpose oi etxending and improving   the Exhibition Buildings   ut
Queens ,P.irk in the City of New
V.liEREAS it is   necessary to  extend   and    improve   tno    Exhibition j
Landings at Queens Park in the City
.of New Westminster, and the cost of |
BUfch   extension    and     luipioi'ementi j
Will     be   Twenty  Thousand    Dollara I
($20,000.00). |
AND WnEREAS it appears that if j
ihe said sum of $20,00u.uu be appro-1
prnueu lrom tue general revenue of |
the City tor the current year tho rate
of ia.\udon will be excessive, and it j
is expedient that such excessive taxa-
Uon snoui i be avoided, and the said
Sum  be  raised on tbe
ity wiil be taken on the 10th day ot
j Aprll 1912, between the hours of Nine
Ey-La*  o'clock a. m. and Seven o'Clock p.m.,
I at the following places, vis,:
!    The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Flrehall, Sappertou.
No. 5 Firehall, 13th Street.
And   Crane's ' Building. Queensborough.
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New  Westminster,  Marcli
2rth, 1913.
���Burksrs    Debenture    By-law,    1912."
By-law No,���.
A By-law to enable tho M.!r.i:iral
Council it Tiie Corporation of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by Loan the sum of Six Thousand
Dollars ($nooo.uo) to eiect Bunkers
for the Storage of Crushed Rock.
Sand and oilier materials hi the
City of New Westminster:
WHEREAS it is necessary to erect
credit of the i bunkers  tor the storage    or' crusheJ
Corporation     and     tbat     debentures
shou.d be issued for that amount.
a.mj WHEREAS lor the payment
of interest ou tho debentures proposed to bu Issued under tiiis By-law,
i.i.u ior cieHt||is a smKing fund lor
Um [uymyja o. tne wiu debenture!
\. i.a.* u^c il m.i be l.cctssa.y tj rais'i
by 5,cci.:l fate in U'.uiiioii io a.l ot'.i-
ir rules eacn yesi uunng ih*i currency oi tue sa..: debentures tue sum
OI      Ci.WCII      lll.il.ll\;,l      l.ll.i      .0. a.flaiui
i.n.l ji-lo0 Do.la.s (;lii-M.32j
rock, sand and other materials in the
City of New Westminster, and tlie
cost of such bunkers will be Six thou
sand  dollars   ($0000.00).
AND U'liEUEAd it appears that II
thu said sJin oi ,Mnnii , �� uo appio
..iialed from the general rtvenuw u
.iij e;ity ior thu current year iue lau
*j. taxation will bu exctosi.e, auu .1
iS expedient tnat aueli excesoive tuxii-
.iuii should be avoided, auu tne saiu
0....1 siiould be raiseu on tue creun
i the corporation uud tlut ueuentuie..
A...j  U .n-.'Ki-J.ib in or..tr to raisu Luouid be issued ror that amount.
tho iaiiil yeariy sum ot $164'4.82 au
equ_. special ia!e on tue dj.iar wlj
be rcvtu.iod to be levied on thewholo
lulcbie pioperty of the City of New
.\.\D WHEREAS the whole rateable
j rOperty of the said City according to
the laahl reused Asoessnieut Koll
tnereoJ is Nine .Wiiiion Five l-iundied
ana   .\.;.cty-l\vo Thousand  Nine  Hun-
a.vi) WHEREAS ioi tne payment o.
,u,eiest on lhe uebuutu.es pioposou
iu oe Issued uuaer tbis By-iu*, uud
.or creating a Sinking fund lor tlie;
payment oi the said uebentures when
uue it will bo necessary to i ai.se by
special rate in ad.iiuon to a.l othe.'
iaie�� each year uu.iu# the cunency
oi the said debentures the sum el Four
Hundred and .\iiut.,-uirce u.nd .lu-li)i)
sent of the Electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the ��� day of , 1012.
cil the ��� day of , 1012.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed the ��� day of , 1012.
City Clerk. Mayor.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
True Copy of the proposed By-law upon which the Vote of the .Municipality
wiil bo taken on the ICth day of April,
1012, between the horns of Nine
o'clock a. m. and Seven o'Clock p. m.
at the following places, vi/..:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No. 4 Fireball, Sapperton.
No. 3 Fiiehall, 13th Sireet.
And Crane's Building, Queensborough.
City Clerk.
City    Hall, New Westminster, Marcli
27th,  1012.
'���Cemetery   Purchase    Dsber.t'jrc
Law 1912."
(I.e.!  aud  Th.ny-two  Do.lars  iS&fitU,*1JJouus  ($40o.J0).
A.\D  WHEREAS the totaJ   amount
of tlie existing debentuie debt of the
said   Citj' i3 Two  Million  Four  Hundred   and   Fifty-two   Thousand     Nine
Hundred   Dollars   ($2,452,900.00)   irrespective of the sums proposed  to be
raised     under   this   by-law   and     the
"Street   Improvement   Debenture   Bylaw   11)12"   Electiic   Light   Extension
Debenture   By-law  1012,''   "Water  Extension     Debenture     By-Law    1912,"
"Parks  Purchase Debenture    Uy-Law
11112,"   "Cemetery    Purchase    Deben-
AND WnEitEAS Jn order to raise
the said yearly sum oi $4'.i;i..;o au
ii|iuil special rate on Uie debar win
ue required to be levied on the whole
lateable propeity ot the City of New
AND WHEREAS the whole rateable property Of 111* said City according to tue last revised Assessment
Koll theieof is .Vine Million Five
Hundred aud Ninety-two Tnousuiu
Nine Hundred uud Thirty-two Dollji's
IJ&bfliS, 1)32.40).
AAD  UHEREAS  the  total  amount
line Ely-law 1912,'' "Etna Appartusof tue existing debenture de-bt oi tin
Purchase Debenture By-law 101:;" and I said City is '1 wo MlHion Pour Hun-
tlie "Bunkcis Debenture By-law 1912," dred unci FlttJHtwo Thousand Nine
of which noue of the principal or in- hundred Dollars ($2,452,000.00) irre-
terest is in arrears, specthe of the  sums proposed to  be
(MOW, 'liiEKWi'UIiE, the Municipal I faised under tills By-law and thu
Council of The Corporation <af Jhe City J "Street Improvement Debenture By-
of New Westminster enacts as fol-i!*w 1912," "��Uiatvlc Light Extension
lows) iLiLoeiiuiie by-iaw  i:u_,    "Uater &���*.-
1, It iihaJJ be lawful far .the Mayo.- tentdou Debenture By-law 10]:;,"
of the said  City to    raise  by  way oi! "FurKs  Purclia.se    Debent uiu    By-law
lo -u i.oui any perton or persona, body
-,.   .,^^.cs corj.orate who may he Will-
Pill'," "Cemetery Purchase Debenture
By-iaw     1012."  thc   "Fire    Apparatus
l:.6 iai uafiLu iue same ou the cwdiilPurcbaae Debenture By-law 1912" and
^. i ,o debentures hereinafter mun- <*'���Exhibit ion Building Loan By-law
v.v.,.oa,   auy   -..ai.i   or   amati     ot   num..,- il'.*l-~."   ol
TIO*     ��^UQ����lUlK   l��<UMl    -WlCkO...    V.TCV-.    |AUB   *ml V**"  A**-.'?***  ^���^^-o.^'��r.T . m.       ar..
m&SA   tjo   cau^u   UlA   t-.��"��^ .Vo   .t����,   \mld   Vil-\Oo*lu.ci\\ .OT^ TUo  CQipDrullun  ol   VYV
By-law No. ���.
A Bylaw to enable the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of th>
City of New Westminster to raise
by Loan the sum of Nineteen Thousand Dollars iS519.OoO.00) to purchase Site for a Cemetery within
the City of New Westminster, and
to Clear, Grade, Improve and Survey the same:
WHEREAS it is desirable to purchase site for u Cemetery within the
City of New Westminster and to
clear, grade, improve and survey the
same, and the cost of such Site ami
improvements will be the sum of $10,-
AND WHEHEAS it appears that it
the tjij bu.u oi tlli.uiiu.uu be app.o-
i-iiutea irom tne general revenue 01
tut e.iey ior tue current year tne rate
ui taxation will be exce-sne, and li
is expedient tbat such excessive taxation snoiiiu be molded and tne saiu
sum snou.d be raised ou the cieur
oi the corporation and that debcii
lutes stiouid be issued tor thai
Aau WHEREAS for the payment
of interest on tlie debentures proposed to be issued under this By-law,
and lor ~ci eating a sinking fund for
tne payment ot the said debentures
when due it will be necessary to raise
oy special rate in addition to ail otnei
races each year during the currency oi
the said debentints tne sum oi rou,
Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty-
Unee and (Ja-iuo ijj.iais l$i4j;!.u6)
AND ii'HEuEAa 111 older to ruis*
the said yeariy sum oi $44M,6o au
eqjai special late on the dollar win
Ou required to be levied ou Uie whole
rateable property of the City ot New
AND WHEREAS the whole rat.-j
able property of the said City accord
ing to tiie last tevlsed Assessment
Roll thereof is Nine Million Five Hundred and Niiifci..-.wo Thousand Niu ;
Hundred und rL'l>irty- two liotWi, -i^u.-
fedows and not otherwise: Towaids
pa>ing tue cost of lhe tasging of this
By-law and tbe issue and s.i.e of tne
uebuntuies uieiuin reiuireu io uu*.
all expenses connected with the issuance of the said loan, and the balance
snail be paid over :rom time to time
as required by the City Treasurer to
the several persons to whom moneys
arc payable.
7.   This By-law shall take effect on
the lst day of May, P.il2, aud mav be
bentures shall have attached to them
coupons lor the payment of interest,
which said coupons snail be signed by
the said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable properly oi the City,
sutficient to pay the inteiest upon the uebentures and lo create u
sinking fund for tue payment of the
piincipal   inereof   wuen   aue,   subject
cited    as    lhe    "CEMktek*'    r-UK-lto any Act or unactinent respecting
CHASE     DEBENTURE       BY-LAW, j the same.
5.   Subject as aforesaid there shall
S.   This   By-iaw before   the   final
passing thereof shall receive the as-
be raised annually by special iuie as
afoiesaid during the cunency of the
sent of Ihe Electors of the suid Citj I said  debntures   the  sum  of   $l��Oo.uo
in the manner required by law.
RECEIVED thc assent of the Electors on ��� dav of  ��� , 1012.
Council the ��� dav of , 191V,
RECONSIDERED and finally passed the ��� dav of , 1012.
City  Clerk. Mayor.
TAKE NOTICE thnt the above is t|
True Copy of the proposed By-law upon whicli the Vote of the Municipality
will he taken on the 10th day of Ahrll
1912, between tho hours of Nine
o'clock a. m. and Seven o'Clock p. m.
at the following places, viz.:
Tho Council Chamber, City Iiall.
No. 4 Fireha'l. Sapperton.
No. 5 Fireball. I3th Sireet.
Crane's Building, Queensborough,
City Clerk,
City Hall, New    Westminster,  March
27th, 1012.
'V/ater  Extension   Debenture   By-Lav
By-law No. ���.
A  By-law to    enable    the    Municipal
Council  of The  Corporation, of  the
for the payment of interest thereon,
and the sum of $.'ln4.li2 to provide fpr
the ���repayment of the principal.
0. The proceeds of the sale of tho
said debentures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-law and the issue and sale of the
debentures theiein referred to .and
all expenses connected with the issuance of the said loan, and the balance shail be paid over from time to
time as, required by the City Treasurer to tL ���> several persons to whom
moneys are payable.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the flrst day of May, 1912, and may
be cited as the "WATE'l EXTENSION   DEBENTURE   BV-LAW   1012."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the Electors of the said Cit)
in the manner required by- law.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on ��� day of , 1912.
DONE AND PASSED ii open Council the ��� day of 1912.
RECONSIDERED and finally passed the ��� day of , 1912.
City Clerk. Mayor.
TAKE NOTICE that the above ls a
true copy of the proposed By-law up
on which the Vole of the Municipality
will   be    taken  on   the  10th    day  of
City of New   Westminster  to raise j April,  -1012.   between   the    hours    ot
by Lo.iu tho sum of Forty Thousand   Nino o'Clock a. m. and Seven o'Clock
Dollars ($40,0i,o.oo>  for the purpose  p. m. at the following places vis.:
of    extending    the    Water    Works i    The Council Chamber, Cltv Hall.
No.  4   Firehall.  Sapperton
No. r, Fireha'l. Pith Street.
Crane's" Building.  Qiicensb:rough.
City Clock
Cltv  Hall. New   Westminster,  March
27th, 1012.
to   uui  'Vr*sii,iftur.y   ot  .tlao   wiA A   Guy
the iiuriio��es mentioned  herein.
���i. lt jsliatl be lawful for thu Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to be made uot exceeding in tne whola
tbo  sum  of $20,000.00 lor  such
lor,��t    New
vAllcW   ixoi.o.ot   UlQ   \>ruu-lv>-.ll      ���.
��� ���         ���    " TcCvi\\ \       ANO    WllIUHlllia    Uao   toi.a.1
e Olty \��^,V
System in    the City of New  \\ es
WHEREAS applications   are madj |
from ume to time to i he Corporatioa |
ol  the  city  of  .-sew   U tistiuinsier Iji'!
tno   extension   of the Water Works,I
S>stem in the Cliy and tno laying o. I
new water mains along etreeLs w.iere ,
residents ate being erected, and it is!
impossible to pay the cost of such ex- I
tension out of the general revenue Oi I
Hie City for the current year, and It |
is expedient to raue by loan Wit? sum
of Forty  Thousand  Dollars   ($40,000.-
W)  Ser the    extension  cf the    taid
u ater Works System.
-LND WHEREAS it appears thut li
tlie -Said sum  oi  4,40,ot,u.uii  bu  uppro- I
jjjuteu  fiom tiie t^-ntr-u revenue o.
thu City lor the current year the rate
oi  taxation win be excossive, nud n,   .     ... , .   .    ... ���   , ,
us expedient that Bucn exfcesslve taxa- wlM tUe fr��v!S00f ��I.lhe J'?"' lT"'
uon shou.d be uvoiued, and the saiu *'fT?*1-,u��ae"u H'liliV l[^7, ,
sum .non,d be raiseu on the cieuit I AlitJ u,e Clt-V tng^eer and city As-
ot the corporation and that Oebeu- ������* ^vlna reported io the uoub
xu.es siiould bo issued for liu- cl.' iu accordance vith the provisions
... ;oi tne iutd bylaw upon tno said works,
The Municipal Council of the Cor-
poiauon oi tbe City oi .sew \\estini.i
slur having by Heboiiitiou deterinined
and specineu tnat it ls iiusirubic tvt
euuy out tne lonuwiiig wor..s, tuat l-
lo say:
io pavo Alexander Street from Col
I uniuia  Btreet    io uaruurvou    iitreei
] with ttoue setts, and tuat said ��ur!ii
shail    bo carried out in   accordance
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  paid  up $6,200,000
Reserve  7.200,000
The Bank has over 200
branches, extending In Canada
from the Atlantic to the Pacmc,
in Cuba throughout the island:
also In Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trlnidiyl,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns and
cities in the world. Theso ex-
celent connections afford every
banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson, Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
CAPITAL (Pald-Up) ...$15,413,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, and In London, England, New York, Cb<<ago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In ail parts of the
Savings Bank Dirsrtmeat��� Deposits
received In sums ot $1 and upward,
and interest allowel at 8 per cent, per
annum  (preseut r*te).
Total  Assets over  1186.000,000.00
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
torwlflfi i i-s...
Sole agent for]
Hire's Root Beer
Mini ral Water*,   Aerated Waters-
Manufactured by
Telephone R  113   Offlce:  Prlncaaa 8t.
WeuUiilni-ier   enacts   us    toi-
1.    Lt shall he lawtal for the Mayor
I of  the .suid  Lily   lo .raise  by  way  oT
! loan l.rotn .any person or persons, body
sum l01' bodies corporate who may be Will-
��� if-   muv   be   leuulred,   uot j-k'S l" advance tlie same on the credit
less  tuaii  $lo0.0o each or an  e<|Uivu-J"f the aebe.niuics he-reinuttcr mention-
lent  expresad In pounds  Sterling ot ^W tliru 01' aama oi mune>' llut tx"
the L nited Kingdom Of Great Britain  ceeomg iu' the whoie the sum of tii
and Ireland, at .a value of 4.8(i(i to the-' I'homuuU  Do.lars   (���Oooii.tO)   and   i>
pound  Sterling;  and all such  deben-|CMUfi Uxe Kame  to  be fmii  lluo u'e'
tures  siiaii  he .sealed   with  the Seal i J -r^aiiury or tne said C.ty ior the pur-
oi   uie    corporation,  signed    by  the(J*M��a unenUoued heiein.
Mayor    and    cuuntersigued    by    the      -���   ��!' sllai1 be 'awiUi for the Mayo.
Treasurer  thereof, or  by  such  other jto cause any number of debent u.ej to
person or i ersoas as may be thereun-1 he maue not exceedin
to lawfully iiuthorlzed.
ll. The said debentures shall ba
payable on lne first day of May, 19:JJ
at bu.h place or places as thu council
of tne said eorporatloii may from
time to time appoint with the approi-
ni of lhe holders thi'reuf, und sball
bear interest at the rate of four and
one-haif per centum per annum, payable null-year.y ou tne llrst uay uf
January and the lirst day of July In
each and every year, and the debentures shall have altachad .to .them coupons for the payment of interest,
wbich said coupons shall be .signed hy j
the said Mayor.
  ��� ������������,.,���6 iU the wno
���Die sum of $(iuUu.oo tor such su
t\\e   exlBtlnK   <leb��ut.uro dcUt .ot
��ald City Is Two Million Four Hun
dred and Fllty-two Thousiuid Ninn
Hundred Dollars ($2,452^00,00).. irre-
Spectlve of tlie sums pt oposed to be
rui.ed under ti.^s iiy-iaw ���������,���.,} tlle
"Sireet improvemeat Debenture Bylaw 1912," "Electric Light Extension
Debenture By-iaw Li)i2," "Wuter JEx-
tension Debenture By-Jaw 191::,'
"Parks Purchase DisbeMJttne .By-iaw
1012," "Fire Apparatus Purchase Debenture By-law 1312." "Bunkers Debenture By-law 101^." aud""Exhihition
Building Loan By-law 11HU," of whicn
S.H.- \     *SU    WUEltKAS    for    llio    i.MlMal i��"
\-.tfll ll��i.iri>��,.    aaaa    it...    rtwlM,,, I ur.-.it   .|,r..i,u��- j **:*'*
aaxaav \a:atrxa,   l,o   Imuud   uml<   i-   till.,   ll>-lu..v.   anJlnK
tliei ior   cieii?..ik   u   ..iiKiii--;   laua    ioi-   xbit i r>rc
141 ;tt ,Mii��-iil�� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mn-,      . .11 i n, . i .-tt   tu   l����-      chttrt'.i'ul,!!
uliii.1   tti���   vunouu   fOitlond   ot    ,-tuii
ul,fii>    lo   Uo   benefited   by   tho   fctitU
payment ot the said debentures when I *���"*��� ttnd, ot^',r l""-.icul"rs, ,u.J the
due, it will be necessaa to ralae   hy f"f "f?,^ the &L0ltZ h"sl'
spedal nue in aduition lo all otttiW1^ Assessor-having been adopt-
rates each ye,ir during the our.ancj !���<1 .}'*. lht\ L?usml   *       ���   , ���        ,,
... .. ��� B ���       Notice is heic:>y given that the said
 ^^^^^^^^ in of
���nunc.;, as may be required, not lesa
than $100.00 each or an equiva.ent expressed in .pounds Sterling of the
UliiiSi Kimidom of Great Britain and
Ji eland, at a value of 4.t,bt; io lbe
pound Sterling; an.l all such ueben-
iures shall lie sealed with the Seal of
the Lot poratlon, .signed by the Ma^or
and countersigned Jiy the T.easurer
tnereoi, or bj such oilu-r person oi
persons us may be thereunto lawfully
of  tbe  said  denciiiuits . __.   ,     . ,.        , ,,
Two   Thousand   One    Hundred    and. [%*��* .AT* ^^^SSarT^,uSit
,.,,.,   ,_ ~ , ,., , i-oftice of He City Assessor, City Hull.
Avn'u-mM/r;1/.1''-1*'1';'-1'"'-      ,     'Columbia   itreet,   .New   Westminster.
AM MiltftBAS in order to mee H. c._ M<1 tnat unleS3 a petitl011
the said yearly sum ^f I21M.62 an 'gaillsl the proposed works above
equal .specia rate cn tho dollar win Uenti.ne.l, signed by a majority of the
bo required to be levied on tliemtoia L_^ of lhe la-nd 0J. real    .      t
Weslnims'ter   "V y       'Ne'V I to be assessed or charged in respect
...���,,..,,'���,,���   ,. .   . ,    ! 'Of such works representing   at least
nm      , ��� ,       . ,-:-������    ANU.WHMtfcAi,   the   whole   rate-  ^^^ presented
none ot the piuicjjiaJ'Or miorest is .in i able |,ro..erty of lot: said City accord- | f���  tit^    ra ���,   ���i.^..    ��..A
arreais. . ing  to  the .last
���VOU' THEREFORE ihe .Municipal Wil ithareof,  is  I
Council   of   the  Corp-wrntiun     of   the .Hundred    and   JS'
City of New   Westminster ���enact*  as
1. it shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to mis* by way of
loan from any person or .persons,
:>ody or bodies corporate who mny be
���1.    Tne   said 'debentures    shall   be
payable on the first ilay of May, 1931J,
ut su:.h place or pdara;s .as the Coun-
4.   A   special   rate  on     the   dollar I!il of ">�� ^d Corponuion may from
on ���
6hall be levied aud raised iu each
year in addition to all other rates on
all the rateable property of the City
sufficient to pay the interest upon tb^
debentures und to create a sinking
iund tor the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there ihall
he raised annually by special rale as
aforesaid during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of $!M)0.00 Iur
tho payment of interest thereon, and
the sum of $744.IlL' to provide for the
repayment of the principal.
ilme to time apoint with thc approval
of lhe holders Iliei'eof, .and shall bear
Interest at the rate of .four and one-
uu.f per ceiiium per annum, payable
half-yearly on lhe first day of January and the first day of July In each
.md every year, and thc debentures
.������hall lune attached to tbem coupons
for the payment o! Interest, which
said coupons shall iue slgnud by the
���uud  Mayoi.
4. A special rata on the dollar
shall be levied and raised In each
year in addition to all other rates on
all the rateable
willing to advance tbe same on thu
credit of the debentures bemeinatfe-
mentioned, any sum or sums ef inuney
not exceeding in the whtde tih? sum ot
Nineteen Thousand i>oiJars 1?JU,U00.-
00) and to cause the saiae to be .paid
Into the Treasury of '.he said City ior
the purposes  mentioned  hei cin.
2. It shall be lawful tor the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures ao
Ue made not extteiling ui tne Whole
the sum of Nineteen Thousand Dollars ($19,000.00) for such sums .et
money us may be required, not less
than $100.0o each or un equivalent expressed in pounds Sterling of JLbs
united Kingdom of Great Britain and
It eland, at a value of i.m;i; to the
pound   Sterling   und   all   such   debi-n-
ruviseu Assessment
.Vine Million Five
lie ty-two .Thousand
Nine Hundred and lhiry-twe Dollars
AND WHEREAS the total amount
of the existing dehenture debt of the
said City ts Two Million Feitr linn
dred  an.l   Fifty-two   Thousand
__���     ���....��.   Nine
Hundred Dollars <$-,'431! 900.00) irrespective of the sums proposed to be i j.,,,
raised under this Hy-iaw and ..,e|
"Btreet (Improvement .Debenture By-
iaw 1911'." "Electric Light 'Extension
Debenture .By-law 1912, Pnrks Purchase JJabeni.iire By-law 1912," "Cemetery Purchase Debenture By-lav
1.912." "Flre Apparatus Purchise !>"���
benture By-law 11H2," "Bunhers Debenture .Bydow 1912," .and 'Exhibition .Building Loan By-law J.9J.2,'
of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of The Corporation of th��
City of New Westminster enacts its
to tho Council within fifteen days
.tram the date of the first publication
Of this -'otice the Councll will pro-
ceee' with the proposed improvement1,
und .in h terms and conditions ns tM
the payment of the cost of such lin-
ptov>ments as the Council may by by
law in tbat behalf regulate and detec
mine ujnd also to make the said assessment.
Djite 1 tM* 27th day of March A. D.
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 557.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market  Square,  New Westminster.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
38 Begbie Street
*r* .,      ^ Clty Clerk.
. Wtvusvl fiist publication March 28th,
r ...rt   ar.
By-law and the Issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to and all
expenses connected with tho issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
he paid over fioi
^^^^^^ _ any Act
or enuctinent respecting; the same.
6, Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate ad
iforsasald during the currency of the
3in time to time as re-Jsail1 debentures the sum of Two Hun-
quired  by the City Treasurer to thei'lrCtl !l��(1 Sev#a.ty Dollars ($270.00) tor
seveial persons to whom moneys aro j'he payment of Interest thereon, and
��� | the sum of Two Hundred and Twenty-j
_ 1.   Jt .shall be lawful .for the May*'' |
tures shall be sealed with the Seaj of |��f the said City to raise
Corporation, signed by tiie Mayor end ,J"
counteislyned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or person*
as may thereunto lawfully authorized,
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the llrst day of May, 1917
at sucb place or places as the Council
of the aald
._     by  way o'
loan from nny person or persons bodv
��r holies uorporute who may be will
iiy; to advnnce the same on the credit of the debentures hereinafter men-
ttaned any sum or sums of inonev
not exceeding In the whole the sum
of $40,000.00 and  to cause the same
KOTUCE is hereby given that tn<;
(flrst 'meeting, of the Court of Revision
'Of tJi�� Asee.sment Roll of the City of
New Wesr uv.nster will be held in the
���City Hill, .Vew Westminster, on Wednesday, April 24, 1912, at 10 a. m.
All appeals, agalnBt the Assessment nfust be in writing, and delivered to the Assessor at least ten daye
���previous to the sitting of the Court o(
Dated at New Westminster, B. C.
this 12th day of March.  1912.
City Clerk.
nm. .   ..       Cor��J0,a,lon    may from jto fee paid fate the TreaurVV"^"*'.
tlm^to tooj��PPOll��t with the approv. |sald City   for tbe purposes ment toned  NOTICE
herein. j
2.   Il shall be lawful for the Mayor
al of the holders thereof and shall
bear interest at the rate of four and
one-half per centum per annum payable half-ye3riy cm the first day of Jan
uary and the flrst day of July ln eacn
and every year aad the debentures
shall have attached to them coupons
for the   payment   of interest which
i sale of th<
applied as fol
-��� .vv  �����_���.,..)",'  to proviuo
the flrst day of Mav, 1912, and may be I for the repayment of the principal,
cited us the EXHIBITION BUILDIN'J !    ,;-    The proceeds of the sale of the
LOAN BY-LAW 1112." { aid debentures sball be applied as fol-
C    rjai.l..   r,.. 1 L_a-~
C     TPI.1       IJ.. I u    r  ��� -...*..~*>   .-,..,,,   u,c   ,i|'|i,MMI   ;
fc.  ibis By-law before the final pass-I OWS and not otherwise: Towards
ing thereof shall receive  the  assent  >n�� the cost of the passing of thig'By-
of the Electors o." the said City i.n thu
manner required by law.
DONE AND PASSED ln open Council the-day of , 1912.
RECEIVED the assent of the Electors on the��� day of ~. 1912,
RECONSIDERED  and   Anally passed the ��� day of , 1912.
. City Clerk. Mayor.
TVWE NOTICE that tb�� al��ov��� i8 a
True Co-iy of the proposed IT.-law upon wl:ich the Vole of tho Municipal"'PftMl.u
nnd the Issue nnd sale of the debentures therein referred to and all
ax penses connected with the issuance
if the said loan, und the balance Bhall
be paid over from time to time as re-
iuired by the City Treasurer to the
f\etal persons to whom moneys are
7. This By-law shall take effect
on the 1st dav of May, 1912, antl may
be cited as the "BUNKERS DEBEN-
I IJ.RK   BY-L W.   191;:."
S.    Til's    Bv-law  beforo  the    final I
Mayor.      ^^^^^^^^
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year In addition to ail other rates on
all Ihe rateable property of the City
���nirriclent to pay the Interest upon th<'
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due. subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid there shall
be raised nnnually by si>eclal rate as
aforesaid during the currency of thfl
snld debentures the sum of $Sf>5.00fo"
tho payment of Interest thereon, nnd
the sum of $.T57S.05 to provide for tha
repayment of thc principal.
'!.   The proceed* of the s.i'e of Ihe
"��of lltall receive Co as- ��ald debentures cliall  bo *M "ed a*
to cause any number' Of detlentures ! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to be made not exeeeding in the whole the partnership hereto/ore subsisting
the sum of $40,000.00 for such sums between the undersigned as the "NEW
of money as may be IWM. W>< WESTMINSTER GARAGE COM-
less than $100.00 each or an equiva-  ���,.,������  " ;  ,     .     _..
lent expressed in pounds Sterling of  PANY-   Carnarvon Street, ln the City
i* Newsome & Sona
Painters, Paperhangera
and Decorator*
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avsnue. Phone 567
The Ccntinuous
Growth of a Bank
the United Kingdom of Great Bi itain
and Ireland at a value of 4Mb to
the pound sterling: and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporal/on signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts owing to the sold partnership
are to be paid to John Dobson at
Carnarvon Street, New Westminster,
British  Columbia, aforesaid,   and all
persons as may be thereunto lawfully  claims  against  the  said  partnership
authorized. are to be presented to the said John
'    The snid   dehentures   sh."ll   he Dobson by whom the same will be set-
payable on the first day of May, infi-
flt such place or places as the Coun
cil of the said Corporation may from
time to tlmo appoint with the approv
al of thc holder.? thereof, nni slril'
hear Interest nt the rate of four and
one-hnlf ter centum ner annum, pnv
able half-yearly on the first day of
.TtiT'tiarv nnd thn fl'Pt dc- of July In
each  and  every  year,  snd    the  do
tted. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Dated at the City of New Westminster,  B. C., this   21st   day of March,
A. D. 1912.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.   O. W. N.
Boulton, Secretary-Treasurer. Prank
C. Cook. General Manager.   L. g.
Bank of Toronto
REST ....
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912.
1. O. O. F. AMITY. LODGE NO. 17���
The regular meeting of Amity lodge
No. 27,1. O. O. F., is held every Mon
day night at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows hall, corner Carnarvon anl
Kighth street. Visiting brethern
���cordially invited. II. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; James
Ferguson, P. G., recording secretary; R. B.'Purdy, financial secretary.
MISS M. BROTfclN, publlc stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's ofllce. Columbia St.
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, solicitors, etc. Offices, Rooms
<i and 7 Fills block, Columbia street
Cable Address- "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston and Frank
Alexander Jackson.
ACCIDENT  RESPONSIBLE tached to the German emperor's mili-
FOR KAISER'S MOU8TACHE  tary scan, of which he was proud, and
  he possessed a thougnt   shed with an
Once    upon a time, not so    many I anistic match which was e^en more
years ago���and this is no George Ade ,a source of pride,
fable, either-there  lived on  one of) ��� U ls not "^rUed that Officer Von
'ErtncKB' word passed for much ln the
the back streets of BeTiin a little j coancl)B of tlle emperor, when mat-
German hairdresser who was pretty jieis of state, strategy or letters weie
well contented with hls little earnings. | under ulscusston, but when the sub-
He had always been able to get his .'ecl��f. ^l?**���...vv:a8.i?p.tVvi!L1?��� iTfl
black bread and coffee with an occa-
quently came down off the throne to
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ get Von Benclt's oi inion. Dipt, bencks
sional mug of beer, and he relished I may jliue been a little deficient in
the "mes3" which the good frau cook-1 tactics, but he had commitieu to
ed up every day, and didn't bother [ memory the whole manuel of mus-
his head much auout politics. He did- ; tuche regulations. He could direct a
not even take much interest ln scar-! bald-beaded man as to the beBt way of
ing Englishmen, which Is about the j marshaling in open order his few re-
nearest thing to an international Joke mainlng biistles so as to protect the
that the Germans have   perpetrated, j largest t.osBible area.   He knew when
daring innovation. When Von Bencks I washed and1 trimmed it is bell brush- exceedingly. Besides being the most-
linaiiy surveyed himself in the lituo'ed up iu the direction of the eyes, sought-after man at court since th��
mirror held before him by the trim.i- j Tben th "Schnurrbartbinder" is put nature of his occupation gives him
phant Haby, he beheid an almost ni..- ,, .    .. *, , , b u   *
aculous transformation. Each Indi- jon' whlch the e��>reror wears for greater opportunities for conversation
vidua! hair of his treasured moustacue about 20 minutes, and when this is re- with his imcerial highnesB and for re-
pointed fiercely upward wi,h such res- moved the hairs are found pressed quests Qt small favors he earns an
olute determination that no wind short lout fl.it against the royal cheeks. enormous  salary, and proudly wears
of a hurrican could possibly dlsar-1 Almost every hair is then separate- many orders that have been conferred
range it. lly curled, which  produces  that flurty [ upon him  by foreign   monarchs who
von tiencks was at first horrified, j appearance at the ends noticeable In I have visited the palace and been although filled with admiration, for the the German moustache affected by I tended by him, some of which, be-
darmg of the little hairdresser. When ! the would-be von Moltkes. sides the German Cross of Jerusalem,
he entered the piesence of his royal I This soon set the fashion, and now j are the Russian Order of St. Stanis-
maBter a fe* mlnute3 later, he acted ! the kaiser moustache is worn by | iaus, the Knight's Cross of the Hes-
like a dog caught with wool in his j every officer in the German army, and | sian   Phillips,   the   Bavarian   Silver
teeth. But he had underrated the
weight of his influence in hirsute matters. The entire court regardel his
transformation as the achievement of
genius.    Von Bencks had always Bet
indeed, ls their distinctive feature.     I Medal of Merit, the Turkish Nisham
Herr Haby in Prosperity. | Medjidie   and   many   others���Detroit
As for Herr Haby, he has prospered , News Tribune.
He just stuck about his    little shop | haiisi should stand up and when they j the pace for the whole court In inat.
"WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barristers and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
'WL.'teside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone G9. W. J.
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
solicitor and notary, C10 Columbia
Btreet.   Over C. P. It. Telegraph.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver Of-
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle stieet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlsler-ut-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie Btreets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.
every/ day, and with painstaklru; pride
turned out wigs and toupees and
things for hot-headed people who had
lost their hair, and he got on pretty
well because he had observed that
1 eople who have red hair usually want
dark hair, and vice versa. He had also devoted some other little originalities, as you will learn as this story
pi ogresses.
Won Bencks, Hirsute Expert.
And it aiso chance that in the same
city there was a military officer destined to set on foot a great epoch-
making movement. Curiously enough
this great man's achievements were in
the way of hair also, although as yet
he and the little German hair dresser
had not come in contact. Such are
the mysterious forces that Interplay
throughout our muddled up little
world. This great German officer's
name was von Bencks. He was at-
- l	
Oi,r> EniDCBPORT, C. B.
"For thc past 41 years, I have becu
su.7-Ti.i<j with Rheumatism. When I
r.ali:i thc papers thet CIN PILMi,
would positively cure r\v. umatkft, I
v.rot.- you for a free sr.mplc to try. I
C)".:1J i:Ot ra:..:e 1:17 r:Jf!lt tirr.i bec:iu :c of
tli; avv.'r.l p~.in ia ::;y s,!ioul.lcr���v a", r.ot
aMa t > i'.t.::'.-.. After tr.hi::-' r. f< rrtflN
VV.; :>. I Wis" alio to lL"t <I:y l:a::d c;d
put it 0.1 tli2't .j/of my head.
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room. City Hall, as follows-
Third Ft iday of each month; quarterly meeting on the third Friday of
February, May, August and November at 8 p.m. Annual meetings on
the third Friday of February. New
memherB may be prorose.1 and
���elected at any monthly or iiiarterlv
.meeting. S. H. Stuart Wade, secnv
Gardiner & Mercer
iyi. s. a.
Phone  881. Box  772
thould He down.   He just knew hair; j ters of personal "get-up."     The em-
that's all there wus about it.
V, ell, it happened one day that Von
Bencks, hurrying along to some special function at wbich the emperor
was to be present, rounded a corner
into the teeth of a gale which blew
straight down from the North Sea.
And malicious Fate, thinking the renowned oflicer caught far from hls
base of (toilet) supplies, cruelly
kuocked off bis hat and mussed up his
caiefully arranged locks. Crushed
and defeated, he was about to beat a
peror, especially, was "dee-lighted." He
picked Von Bencks out of the crowd.
He called hlm over familiarly and
clapped him on the back. "How did
{���ou do it?" he asked;
The Kaiser Interested.
The officer blushed and stammered.
Then he made a clean breast of It
and told of his evening's adventure.
'1 he emperer laughed heartily, and bo,
of course, did the court, and the Incident was considered closed.   But very
retreat at the risk of incurring the ! "����" a"���,,           B��r��J %x. **,*'
displeasure of his majesty by appear- ��as astonished one morning to receive
lng late, when he noticed'the" sllop of J�� ��"""�� '��' hl8   ^���A����� ��
tho little German hairdresser. %IZ,        ,    ,.���
Under ordinary  circumstances   the On h'g arrival there he was conduct-
great Von Bencks would have scorned �� ^       em��etr��r' who ordered him to
to enter the emporium of the hunbM ��^a *              ,* ro^. ""a*"** in
Haby, for such was the name of the fhuch a wa^8,s t0 tuurn^ out in much
little hairdresser. But these were no
ordinary circumstances. To appear at
che court function late might endanger his standing; to appear dishevel
the same style as he had turned out
Von Bencks'
Haby got to work at once, while the
emperor chatted in a   most friendly
ed- unthinkable. He plunged into the "/-;���* when, at the end of a quar
little shop and demanded to know if �� P'SLJ10^ thhe "f'fr S��"ult^
the place afforded facilities for settin3 **U*^'��3g%��*. d.??,B���* blmSe.f
a gentleman of real quality to rights. ��**  �����  ftisfled. ��&���$��*"&
If the implements  were at hand he ��*���*��%%*?**"*���*? *JS*��*
would   undertake  to  comb    his  own h�� appearance to a "T.   gave the de-
hair and rewax his disarranged moustache, i
. The discreet Haby had heard somewhere that "there i3 a tide in the affairs of men," an:l here he eaw him-
Kclf lifted hiph on  the floods of op-
lighted barber the   position of court
hairdresser on the spot.
The "Schnurrbr.rtbinder" Which Haby
Kerr Haby soon settled down to his
new work, and it was not long before
he invented what is called a "Sclmurr-
commonly used   ail
rortunlty.    He forced his'noble cus
tomer into a chair;    he seized comb, bartbinder," now
brushes, waxes and various toilet pre- over the world
tarations  and  arranged  them  before This took the form   of a piece of
him with a deftness and skill wfcl-h silk gauze about 10 inches long open
challenged the admiration cf even the 'ing out from two inches in width at
sophisticated Von  BenckS.    Ho soap- the end ahd held in rosition over the
ed, he lathered, he pomade 1. he mai- moustache  by two elastic  bands  at-
sared. he rinsed, he steamed, he fan- tached to the ends and worn   rotind
ned. ho    powdered,    he    combed, he the ears.
brushed,  he plastered.    He laid him- The German emperor's "toilette de
self ont to do the most ^-on'erful job moustache"    each   morning   is   verv
of hiir fiving that had ever occurred much as follows:
In the fatherland.      Ho uJwJeHnnft a After   the    moustache    has    been
\I7E Uke "lookers" as well aa
YV     "buyers".
The man who comes merely to see
the new spring styles, is pretty
sure to come -again when he is
ready to buy.
" Seeing   is   believing'
Fit-Reform Wardrobe.
in  this
We have the styles���we have the
patterns���we have the values.
And remember���YOU are always
welcome to examine ��� try on ���
compare���any garment that strikes
your fancy, without being urged
to buy.
C M. GREEN, Manager.-
619 Hamilton St.
4>hone R672.      ]	
d. Mcelroy
Chimney  Sweeping,
Eavetrough Cleaning,
Sewer Connecting,
Cesspools. Septic Tanks, Etc.
Westminster Junk Company
Will give you a square   deal   on all
junk, and highest price.
207 and 208 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
- !'.-.~'.'.F ft. Pi-rrecr.d
*:'.'.-���-.7.y.i eii met a-i cH fidicnr.cn
r.'_v.:c 1 La r.-.;-e. II13 limbs were st.H
fr :i Rheiiiactl.na nrd i rave hlm some
Cia I'lils. I i.ut l:i.:i c;;r.in in a few
d sa::l he lo'.l cic lie could l;fth:s
ar.:u, wlitca he had not been able to da
Icrtcn yean, ADOLI'IIE K. lIAIIlv.
5^:. a 1 os���6 for :'.'..���; >���money.back
if:: t r -';. .1;.!. Sample free if yoU vr.'i'e
I.V.i--:! Psrijf a::d Chcnicsl Co. cf
Caucdi, I ioiltedj Dcot. li C    Toronto.
ma::-'.v-tone"   blood- a>;d
NKRVK TABLETS���an ideal tonic f >r
vcr.k, nervous women.  50c. a box.   107
B. C. C��ast Service
New additional steamer to Prince
Itupert, (loose Bay and other points
leaves Vancouver every Wednesday at
10 p.m.   Additional April 8 and 19.
For   Victoria.
10:00 A ,M Daily except Tuesday
1:00 P.  M... Dailv
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo. -
2 p.m Daily except Sunday
For  Seattle.
10 a.m. and 11 p.m. Dally.
Chilliwack from Westminster 8 a.m.
Monday, Wedjftsdiiy end Frldsy.
Agont, New Westminster.
O. P. A.. Vaneouver
Spring lamb, Beef, .
Poik Mutton, and Veal
W       .Tin  1	
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Central Meat Market
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avanut
PHONE 370.
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
has moved to
701 Front Street
New  stock of fancy  Woollen Suit-
lngs.   Prices low; fit guaranteed.
Transfer Co.
Office  Phone* 185.      Barn Phons 137
Begbie Street.   -
Baggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Suit Made-
to-Order at reasonable prices. Spsing
Coods Just arrived. First-Class Fit
and  Work Guaranteed.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mclnnls St., City.
V4*  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   63.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
It Isn't so very, very long ago, when,
perhaps,  because of the unfortunate
and rather saffron-hued publicity   attendant upon the experiences of a few
singing girls and dancuers ln musical
comedy productions, the term, "chorus"
girl" was generally accepted as meaning a flirtatious little girl ot the stage
viLose versatility  lay rather in her
ability to store away wine and lobster
suppers and remain out until the early
rooming hours, than In   her   actual
dancing and singing talent.    But tbe
great Interested  public began  to Investigate    conditions;    its    interest,
probably, was gained from having the
publicity   put (ln   front -'of  its  very
lose.    And it' wns but a; short time
1,'ter the Investigators���some, women
toho joined chorus ranks themselves,
lb order to learn the true condition of [
this phase of life in the mimic world
���had started their work when It became ~
lsh, egotistical little 5*v*tW6 she was
supposed to be, ty. o!;.,,'us girl Is, tn , ^    ._���
reality, a very somber, serious mind- that which they might have learned
ed little person "<er aler. tor an op-' ~ "**   -*��������� ��� ��������- -i���� *>**���!
or another.   And, moreover, they ai$
Evidence of tbe latter is found ia
the fact that they have formed a sav.
lngs club, In which every member
Pledged herself to try. If possible, to
save her earnings, over actual ex
pduBCB, that the end of the aeasoi,
mny mean more to them than it ordinarily does. Of this club they named
Mlss Vail, the star, executive, and
Miss Vail has, In turn, named Robert
H. Wilson, principal comedian, cash-
Vall is being starred and who cornea
to tbls city scon. Every one of the
girls in the ensemble has some ambition for the stage, one to be a great
singer, another to be a comedienne,
another to be a great dancer���and
then there are some who bave chosen
the work of the "chorus because tbey
����iwu >���-�������� . .find the pay more remunerative than
known that instead ot the self-J in the shop or tn the factory, and be-
cause, hopeful little creatures    that
they are, they seek to learn by travel.
portunity to mi-n.'.ce a aXttp forward
and eyer ready to do for others as
quickly as she would for herself.
in few musical comedy p. .-..r.'ctlons
ls this fact found more i��v�� ,i,an ln
the chorus ranks of Mort H. Singer's
compenv now playing In "Mlss Nobody From Starlaiid," in which Olive
earlier In the school or unl ve. sky bad 'ler.
their parents' means permitted. These j   With these two guarding their bank
girls are not always consumed with
an ambition to have their names emblazoned ln flaming letters over the
theater door.
The girls la 'Mlss Nobody From
Starland" are pretty���ell ot them.
They are ambitious, each in one way
accounts, and knowing that because
of their respee'lve posi lions, Mlss Vafc
and Mr. Wilson tas.e a deeper interest In th��TO, the girls feel Jusv a lit*
tie happier, just a little more aaf��
of the fU'.ure than tbsy would In tig
ordinary cuslcal corned.- proOuctlou
r . ,tlllJ .
nwwiain'iiii'irt'i'H1 I
FRIDAY,. APRIL 5, 1912.
Brushes and
r -* i^-Mr so Ml    ���
City News
Sold ami Guaranteed by
Fresh Soles, t-UOHi 10c
Fresh Salmon ���*.-.: 2 lbs. for 25c
Royal Sturgeon, i er lb .��� 15c
Smoked Salmon, per lb.r 20c
Smoked Halibut.! per lb 15c
Large Rabbits^<izc\\  35:
537 Frbnj St.   -   Phone 301
An Easter Sunday song service will
be held in the Blue Mountain chuich,
North road, at 3 p.m.
Thousands of daffodils and tulips at
Tidv, the llorist. Phone L184, 47 Sixth
Fire Chief WaUcn will be out of
town over lhe Easter week-end. He
is taking a trip dov,n to White R'-c'.;
to Jj'ut his summer cottage in o:de.'.
Ten shrres of the Edmcn's Development company were sold yesterday
through White Shiles & Co. for ?150
;< piece.
' Do you want a nice pot plant for
Easter ? If so visit our nev.' plant
store, next to our present location on
Sixth street, and you will find hundreds to choose from. Tidy, the florist.
Phone L184. **
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams leaves
shortly for an extended trip to the
old country.
Mr. C. A. Sutherland of the People's
Trust Company, has left for Victoiia.
Fe will return next Tuesday probably.
After twenty-flve years service Mr.
H. A. Wilson,'manager of the C. P. R.
Telegraph office in this city will retire.- Mr. Wilson has put in his whole
term in this city ani would have been
local manager for twenty-three years
next July. Although he is retiring,
Mr. Wilson will make his home In
Westminster as before. His brother
at one time was superintendent of tho
Vancouver office.
Passengers  on  the city cars were
put to some inconvenience yesterday
bv havin> to transfer cars at Leopold
piace.   The B. C. E. R. line gang was ;
engaged  in   readjusting   the   trolley
wires at this place where the street ;
contractors   nre  improving   Columhla
stieet.    It is expected that the delay
which has been the rule at this point |
during the past    month will now be
done away with.
Acting  Mayor  A.  W.  Gray,   Aldermen A. E. Kellington and Mr. Dodd,
with   Street   Superintendent   T.   Furness. left Westminster yesterday for
Portland and the Sound cities. They
I go to inspect different kinds of pavements and follow in the footseptg of
I Aldermen D. S. Curtis and A. E. Wbltj
!and City Engineer Blackman.     They
^^ i^//vyy
are   expected   to return   early  next
lee cream   on
next tram office.
hand    Ira A.
Phone 310.
WHEN ?    WHY    NOT    SHOW   HIM
Alfred W. McLeod
Mrs; D. J. McQuarrie returned home
yesterday from a three months' trip to
Southern California, fully recovered in
I Mrs. unwrence P. Guichon of Nicola, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. O. Bilodeau, 219 Carnarvon
Owing to today being Good F ;d iy
and a holiday the Daily News will not
appear tomorrow. It wll] be published
ns usual on Monday morni-g.
Fiesh cut flowers and Easter plants
for sale, corner Sixtli and Agnes
stieets, Davles and Son. Phono
897. '������
A delightful stoTy. The teapot tells
it when you use "SALADA" Tea. Delicious, healthful and refreshing; in
fact, "SALADA" is tea perfec ion.
The general delivery, pa: eel and
registry wickets will be open for oat
hour today, from 12 noon till I p.m ,
in the local post office. **
A man was brought in yesterday from Coiuitlun dam, and after b3-
ing mtjBically examined, was committed to the asylum.
Your driiRgist- will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails io cure any
ease of Itching,  Blind. Bleeding    or j
Protruding Piles ln 6 to 14 days.   50c.
Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.        A. R. C. M.
Member of the  Incorporated  Society
of Musicians  (England).
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dodd.)
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint and Musical
For terms, etc., apply   51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phcna R411.
Great Are The Buying Opportunities At The Smith
Store On   Easter Saturday
We have Bargains galore f.ir one great day's selling Saturday. Just the sort of things you need for
this Easter season. If Gloves, Hosiery, Neckwear or any of the hundred and oue thln;s you would like
for Easter Sunday wear are on your list,  then most assure My visit  SMITH'S.
Sale of Charming I Women's Hose
Waists $4.50       |20c pair
A collection of beautiful madcls;
developed in silk chiffon, marquisette and silks; giving a wide
scope for personal choice; in light
and dark shadings; chiffons mostly
in shadow effects; made with
kimona and nev/ set-in slecviS.',
sizes 34 to 40; values regular to
$8.50. Saturday Bargan, each $*-5(J
Women's Hosiery you have only to
see to buy, ure of fine quality cotton, lisle finished; double so:es
with high spliced heels and garter
tops; in bluck. tan, white and all
thu summer shades; plain or lac?
ankles. Extra Special Saturday,
per pair  20c
'Ribbons for Quick
Clearance 15c yd.
AU old lineB of Taffeta Uibb-ns, ln
width from 6 to li Inches; shown In
a wide range of shades; in soma
the quantity is limited, so would
advise un early visit. They are
values regularly sold for 25c. Sit-
urday Special, per yard ..., 15c
657 Columbia St.,
Phone   62. New   Westminster.
IF you are going
to build, want to
pay off a mortgage, wish to buy
a lot or have payments to meet, see
For OU
Tt explains our methods.
Keller stll, give us a call or
have one of our representatives call on you. Cur office
is in the People's Trust
. ������������. ��� ���
�����?   k'&$Mf*,<mH ���" *M
We  Have  Everything In
Shaving Necessities
Brushes.'Ktizorr, j troj r, After
shave  Ci earns,  lowdi-rs, eet.
See our wimlow display.
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deaue Block.    441 Columbia St.
-Jow Westminster. C ti,
The nljsned contract tor the Fraaer
Valley lne anl lenient Co. to tmiiti
the jetty at the Sandher.ds, haB at Us:
airhed. Everything is now In readiness and Mr. Sinclair will go ahead
immediately with the work.
tried in tlie county court yesterday
and sentenced to two yeais in the
pinitentiarv. His offence w;:s bu g
lary in Harrison "Spilngs. Johnson, in
his defence, ciainnd lie wns under thj
Influence of liquor at the tim?.
Th? case of Buddha Singh, a Hindu,
and a white man named Wocd:--, w.is
tried in camera at the county court
yesterday. The Hindu was sentence I
to six months in jail, while Woodi
drew  IS months.
The city of Seattle lias n law pull
on Its hands following their decisio.i
not to allow the "Girl fiom Itectoi's"
company to |}lay in that city the first
nl j; ht billed. The theatre company
are asking the sum of $^100 as damages.
Order youi; nowers for Easter now.
We carry a full line of lilies, cut or
potted, carnations. Sjdrea. daffodil*.,
ropes, narcissus, violets and a fall Tne
of potted plants, lily, the florist.
Phone LIM.    47  Sixth street.      ������
Holroyd Paull, the celebrate.l violin
virtuoso from the Salle de In Grande
Harmonic concetta, Brussels, who will
appear in St. Patrick's Hall next Wednesday, ls described by the critic of
the Petit Bleu, as bein;:, "Always
music al, refined and full of temperament, '
Ur. 11. K. Hope, ll. O. Eye Specialist, can be consulted dally from 0::10
to 12 and 1 to fj tor later by oppoint-
ment), ut room 2, t.olilaier lock.
l'hone 1121. ������
David Johnson, a half-breed, was
-Mr. und Mrs. George Adams leave
eently bought a small cottage at White
Hock, tjulte ti number of Westmlnitir
people will spend the Easter vacation
at this popular pleasure resort. New
bungalows are springing up and from
all reports this summer will be a
banner one for this thriving community.
St. Patrick's hall, Wednesday, April
j 10, ut 8:30, Violin-vocal recital by Mr.
i Holroyd Puull and Miss Hit le Franklin    At the   piano, Mr. C. W.   Open
| .haw,   Tic', e s $1..<0, at Fr.r.k M, J r\<
music stoie. ������
A concert und social will be given
this aflernncn by the Ladies' Aid of
'Ue Kdmonds Presbyteilm c' urch.
I'lni program Is raid to he an un-
usually rood one and includes bot'i
Vancouver and Wes minster tnlen
The admission price of 2,ri cent* wi '
he aided to the funds of the church.
The  Sunday  scliool    mom    at    St.
"til's church lias recently 'Men pan ���
"d nnd redecorated nnd today pr��.
?ents ii brlsht snnenrsnep. A *n ca'
rally will ho bold ni 2:no on Sundav
'���nj-orn to which p<w��s Rni
'fn*-** ot tb ��� sc'oo' c' id n ore
;0. J.'ally invited.
Photo Supplies
A collection of p.e.ty waists In file |
lawns and vestings; with low   and
high neck;  shown mostly in new |
set-in sleeve effect;  pretty all-over ,
fronts; vestings In tailored styles;
all sizes; values regular $2.25. Sa'-
urda^' Bargain, each...t *1-85
Save cn Corsets
Saturday 90c pr.
An exceptionally gocd corset bargain; in new mode's; low bust:
extra long from waist line; with
four strong hose supporters; rust
proof steels with caped ends; in
sizes 18 to 25; ettra special value
per pair   90��
Hand Bag
Velvet and Suede Hani B-U's With
cord Incdles; ln tan. green 01
black. Saturday Special, each 60c
High grade Bags of genuine seal,
allgator and velvet: ln dark and
colors', pretty styles; values to
$10.00. Great special offe'ln^.
each   *350
Combs and
Large collection of Barrettes, bac';
and side Combs; in sbel!, anibar.
pearl und black; some set with
brilliants', values regular to $*\<t
Saturday Special, each at ....-20;
Neckwear Special
A group of stylish xefckweiv. Including Stoc'i Collars, Ties. Collar
Sets and Dutch Collars; shown tn
colors and white nets, tl'.k. lace
and embroidered stvies: values
regular to 7Ee. Rush sellln�� price I shades; values regular $1.51. S.tir-
Saturdav, each 45c   day Bargain, per piir  .��1.00
Glcve Sa^e
Our flneit Kid Olovss in Trsf tnsv
Dent's and other mikes;    in    odl
Toronto P
The Best
Curtis Drug Store
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res  ti.
New    Westmlnater,    B    C
Bought and Soid.
Highest Price Given.
Auction Sales
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Heal Estate Agent.
421 Columhla St.
On The Market
We have for sale in Langley one and a half miles from the electric
tram depot, postofflce and s.ore, 10 acres ot excellent clay loam fruit
soli, high and dry ,with gentle slope, overlooking Laneley Prairie,
for $100 per acre.
In order to close up an estate we are enabled to offer this land at
the above ptice in a locality where land is selling at $150 per acre
and up. This ls an unusual opportunity, and Is a good speculation,
though we prefer to Ee:i ti ;:n actual settler. Very reasonable terma
can be arranged.
Established   1891,   Incorporated   1905.
New Westminster
Head Office, New Westminster       Branches at Vancouver     Victoria,
Chilliwack and A'derprovs. B.C.
Tree Sprays
Lime ond Sulphur      Quassia Chips
Whale Oil Soap, Arsenate of Lead, Etc.
Gold Souvenir Jewelry
See   Window Display]
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
Pres. and Geni. Mgr. Vlce-Preslder.t. Sec. Lid Treas.
i LUMBER CO, LTD.   ���
Manufacturers  and  Wholesalo Dealers In
Pir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phones Na. 7 and S77.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
New Westminster
to Chilliwack
Return Trip
To provide a cheap and enjoyable
excursion for residents of the Royal
City over the Easter holidays a special rate of a fare and a third for the
round trip is offered from New West-
minster to all points on the 'Fraser
Valley division of the company's lines.
This reduction lowers the round
trip rate from New Westminster te
Chilliwack to J2.45.
Reduced rate tickets may be secured from Friday until Monday, good
to return on Tuesday.
Trains leave B. C. E. R. Co. depot at
!l:30 a. m., 1:20 and 0:10 p. m. for
Chilliwack;  4:05 for Huntingdon.
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