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VOU' v* 'UMBER 38.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  FRIDAY  MORNING, APRIL 19,  1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTO.
��i TH BAND PL A YING
SANK TO HER GRA VE
Titanic Foundered Gallantly, Lights Blazing and Music Playing-Captain
Giving Last Commands From the Bridge--1595 Lost--745 Saved--Sur-
vivors' Remarkable Statement-Women Die on Board Carpathia.
APPROACH WESTERN
CANADA POWER CO.
TAKES STEPS WITH
REGARD TO POLICE
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Total.
Saved.
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First  class
Second  class
330
..320
210
125
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Third class  .
200
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..943
210
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i'340
745
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Total  lost,
1695.
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The    Carpathia
docked    at
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2:30 o'clock
last
night
The
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first survivor* left
the s
hip at
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9:35 o'clock.
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be    made  with a party of others who went   to
more frequent and thoroughly carried   meet friends or relatives aboard   the
Carpathia.
If the steamship officials refuse 1"
respond to the Inquiries lt was suggested that steps be taken to penalise
vessels entering harbors without compliance with American requirements
and that other action might be considered.
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New York, April 18.���As the Car-
pai ma Steamed up the river, dimiy
lighted und slow moving, sue looked
Hive a funeral boat. Among the
Crowd were scores of white clad hospital attendants with stretchers, and
auuc.es of the coroner's stuff, in-
v ull<l chairs also were rolled up to
the i.ier entrance for those unable to
wal��.
When Ihe ship docked at 9:30 the
gang plank was quickly lowered and
the doctors and nurses went aboard.
The first survivors begun to leave
the slilp at B:35.
The following statement issued by
a committee of the surviving passenger was given to the press on the
arrival  of  the  Carpathia:
"We, the undersigned surviving
passengers on the Titanic, in order
to forestall any sensational or exaggerated statements, deem it our duty
to give thc press a statement of
facts which lune come to our knowledge and wliich v. e believe to be true'
Btrtiok in Smcoih Sea.
out and officers should be armed   at
boat drills.
Great reduction of speed ln fog and
ana Ice us the uamage lf collision actually occurs Is liable to he less.
"in conclusion, we suggest that av
+ international conference be called to
recommend the passage of Identical
laws piovlding for the safety of all
at sea and we urge the United States
government to take the iniative as
soon as possible."
Passenger's Account.
New York, Apiil 18.���A passenger
on the Carpathia made the tollowing
statement: "i was awakened at
about half past twelve at msnt by a
QUITE A LIBRARY.
-3ook
Y. M. C. A. Gets 150 Volumes-
Social Was Great Success.
With  an  attendance of three hundred, and a gain to the library of 160
volumes, it goes without saying that
the book Eocial held at tho Y. M. C. A.
last evening was in every way a suc-
cominotioii ou the decks which seem- j cessful happening.   About   50   books
ed unusual, but there was no excite-   hud already been collected to form a
| ment.    As the boat  was    moving    I  nucleus for the literary equipment of
, paid little attention  to lt, and  went j the institution.
I to sleep again.   About 3 o'clock I was I    The program was in charge of the
; again awakened.    I noticed that the! ladies    of    the     cathedral,      Canon
beat had stopped. I went to the
deck. The Carpathia had changed
l.��r course. Lite-boats were sighted
and
d'Easum and Mr. Mat Knight also assisting,  wliile  the  refreshments  also
were served by these ladies.   A musl-
ke&an  Id arrive���end soon, one   cal  program  of an  excel!ent  nature
by one, tliey diew up to our side.      J tilled in the early part of the proceed-   carrying out a scheme for the widen-
"Tiieie were sixteen In all and the | lngs.   At   volley-ball   the   Anglicans ! lng of the whole street.    Thev are:
transferring  of   the   passengers   was j beat the  Presbyterians by  21  points I First,  the  heavy  grading on   Eighth
most  pitiable.    The  adults  were  as- i to 5, and the Baptists beat the win-1 street where a five   foot   cut   would
sisted  In  climbing  the  rore  ladders   ners by 21  points to 10.
Agnes Street   Rateoayerc Want    Car  Commissioner T.   8.  Annandale  Will
Line���To Widen Street from
North  Side.
Enquire Into Constables' Salaries
and   Equipment.
"Resolved that the ratepayers' com- Pollce Commissioner T. S. Annan-
mittee of Agues ttreet act with tlie dale ls actively interesting himseif
council to Interview tbe Western | with regard to conditions which now
Canada Power company or any other j prevail ln the pollce force. "If there
transportation company re laying!Is anything wrong with the force, it
liuck on Agnes stieet an.l operating should be righted,' he satd, and con-
tlie same, the ratepayers being will- tlnued. "1 have already communicated
ing to widen the said street to 73 with the mayor, in fact I was to have
feel provided tliey are assured of a Interviewed his worship this after-
tram  line   thereon,  the  extra   width  noon upon the subject, but 1 failed to
to be tal.cn from thc north side of
the said stieet. ln the event of the
council belnj unable to make an arrangement with any transportation
company, that the whole question ' ef
paving be referred back to the Ratepayers' association."
This was the result of a meeting
held last night In the city hall by the
Agnes Streel. Ratepayers' association,
after much deliberation upon a letter
received from the council. This communication was lo the effect that 11
was the policy of the present councll,
as it had been that of previous councils, to mak<! all streets of uniform
width, and thus the council could not
agree to adopt a scheme for the
widening only of the portion mentioned in the ret ition sent by the
society, namely, between Fourth and
Lome streets
Attention was then called to the
difficulties to  be contended  with    lu
keep the appointment owing to    the
PEACE WITH HONOR
Benjamin Disraeli Died Thirty One Yeara Ago
PRIMROSE DAY CELEDUID
The Famous Treaty of Berlin Recalled���Primrose League, Its Forma- .
tion and Objects.
Today ls Primrose Day, the anniversary of the death of one of the?
greatest statesmen of the last   cea-
rush of matters needing attention tury, Benjamin Disraeli,' Earl of Bea-
previous to my  departure  for    Eng- 'consfield, who died 31 years aco.
SS, tSB^JSSrt I 'fhe ^of ������ ^ ����� *
tomorrow. 1 had no Idea that all was ,Ea,d t0 have Btarted when the Earl
not well with the police untll my at- of Beaconsfleld and the Marquis of
tention was called    to    the    matter  Salisbury went to Berlin aa   special.
through the columns   of   the
News."
CiTY STANDS HIGH
IN EASTERN PARTS
Mayor  Lee   Notes  Great  Change
Attitude Towards Westminstcr-
Not Slow Now.
"While I  am  anixous to  give  tbe
j have to be made.   Secondly, increase  people all the information possible re-
by ropes ad lasted to their waists. The I    Among the volumes received were   of grade on Sixth street, testing up ' warding the lesults of my recent trip,
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j little children snd babies were hoist- j several handsome sets, the Encvclo-
led to the deck in bags. Some of thejpaedia of Universal Knowledge given
: boat3 were crowded, a few were not j by Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Trapp: the En-
! half full. This I could not under- ] cyclopaedia Brlttanica >,resented by
-land. Alderman White, and a very fine set
jof the worsts of It. L. Stevenson sent
Mr.
W. McDonald.
of sidewalks and relaying of r.e.v ; at the same time tnere are so many
one between Hoyal avenue and Car-' tilings to be done consequent on my
narvon street.. Thirdly, the lowering j return mat Just for tne moment 1
of watermalns and sewers on Sixth | hase nothing further to add'to the
street between Hoyal and
and the layin? cf a tenn orarv
Dally 'plenipotentiaries from Queen Vlctorl-v.
to attend a great conference of the.
powers whicn was there taking place..
The disruption of the Ottoman em-.
pire was threatened, and   this    tawa*.
| only pi evented by tbe British parliament at the Instance of Heacunstie/.d.
the then premier, passing an appto-
priation oi $25,0��0,uOO for tn<i navy,,
and ordering the British tleet at once
| to the Dardanelles, letting tt be understood that the first blow aimed at
: Turkey was a blow aimed at Britain.
' also.
The result of tbis action waa the
gathering together of a great conference presided over by    Prineo    Bis-
I marck, the iron Chancellor ot Germany, at which probably more timed
statesmen Bat around the council
chamber than has ever been the caa<s
before in the nlstory of the world.
The British special ambassadors
stood flrm against all attack on Turkish territory, and eventually succeed-
Carnarvon  suu'ments >,hieh appeared in todays ed inYng    their    views,    whicli
try bypasal Daily .News.     Mayor Lee went on to  ,ater betame embodled ,n the {amouB.
pire to tite care of the water supply , say that tne feeling in the East re- ��� treaty of nerun
CONSCRIPTION MEETS
WITH MUCH OPPOSITION
! while
same
had    changed
Were no ��o!:s,
Soma people vere in full   evening j by
drets.   Others   were   in their   night I
joot.ies     and     uere     wrapped     in
.blankets,   these, witn Immigrants in
On Sunday. April 14, 1912, at about iu!1 m.Iiner 0[.      ,       wt.reh        ,
11S4U P.m., on a cold   starlight nlghl    ,        ^        , breakfast.
n  a smooth  sea  and   with  no  moon ��� T,       ,
tlie shi;i striick an iceberg winch had l/������ *  " -,     . ��� , .    .    ,   ' " ,.
 ., ....    ifour or hie houra ii: the mou biting
air 1 cer experienced.    There were j the riolent opposition of some of tholperty o-.ner   requi:es   it to   do "so, I cGine  about  there.    You   would  not  obtained "contrary0to"ail"expectation
husban.is without  wives,  wives with- 'small   extremist   Socialist    o;;ju:ii:.a. .instead of purchasing the amount re- [know that you were dealing with *' ..........       .
out   husbands,   paients   without   chil-Itions. _   .   - | : t^rfii   Joe   tluu, isiprovemeat,' ��i��i�� I same people compared  with the
idicn. aud children  wltlioHt    jarents       urgent  appeals are being made  to) would entail a large coat to be met by I eral attitude two short years ago
7ra  I
been ivportid lo the biidge by lookouts, but not early eucugli to avoid
collision,
"Steps were taken to ascertain tho
worn    was    Sn progress.    The  garJing   Westminster    u��u    ^^u.    On returning to London a great d��-
so applies tt>   Fourth   stfteU wonderfully. monstration of the people took place.
fourthly, the change  recently  m?.de      ' The city is standing higher in   tHe'and it Uavi     hecome k ^ th&
  j in the Municipal Claures act wMteby  estimation of tae Last than she has 'litt|e prlmrose wa6 the ravorUa flogt_
Velbonrne, Australia, April IS.��� H ma!;es it necessary for the city in ever done befoie. Perhaps in one or i.er of tne at Btategman the cil(_
The federal government's compulsory expropriation cases to purchase all or I two rlacca they still thin* we are a>z���ns wore bouquets in recognition of
military drill scheme is hammered by j any building or factory where the pro- J litye  slow,  but  a  great change  has  j^  retl)rn  t0 Bngiand   after iiavinf"
��� tot ***s��
eamare and ��.,.ve pn��s<m5frs and ship. , But ,here Kaa nQ demon.stI.at)on     Ko | Ule executive    to  remit  the    flne of | the pro.xrty
"h  !LWf.l!,t    .rJJL P"i.��iUie ^i" | sobs���scarcely a word spoken.    They j ��100 recently Inflicted on a Socialist | only  give  t
who refused permis-
Hm, ,.h��ib��a,tS   ��*,?   ��������?.rii;�� T!)J! ' a-cmed to be stunned. [father cf a boy
Moi;,:tnandlthf uiLr^ss- s�� i jvr,d,8U*r aacr h���d,vine ���6ion ,o drin-
i��i8�� cuai io DC met oy   wiu nmiuue wu anuri jwa uBu. ���    .  ,w    ,iaTYlc>nB.Tatiot.   ����� ���,,i.h���  .�����..
owners as the city c,n       Regarding th. by-law. which have ^o^^ZTeccased sUesman^*
s  sum  of  J16.000  under   recently been affirmed by the people   the Ma      u of Saliabury wag u; ^at
Marquis
grand master.
y was ita first
Its objects are the cx-
and
nuis were sent out by wireless
roci.cts at intervals lrom tne ship, i
Fortunately the wlieless message was
received by tne Cunaid's Carpathia at
abou midnight and she arrived on
the scene of the disaster at about 4
a.*?., Monday,
"Tho oiilccrs and crew of the
Steamship Carpathia had been preparing all ni,ht for the rescue and
comfort of tiie sun Ivors and tho
last mentioned were received on
board with tho most touching care
and kindness, every care being given,
irrespective of class. The passengers,
ofliuera and crew gave up their state
rooms, clotblnj; and comforts for our
benefit.    All honor to them.
"The English boaid of trade passengers' certlllcute on board the
Titanic shoiveJ approximately 3500.
The same certificate called for lifeboat accommodations for approximately 900 In the following boats:
"Fourteen large life-boats, two
smaller boats aud four collapsible
boats. Life preservers were accessible and apparently ln sufficient number for all on board.
Those Saved.
"The approximate numner of passengers carried ut the time of the
collision was: First class, 330; second class, 320; third class, 750; total,
1400. Officers and crew, 940. Total,
2340. Of the foregoing the following
were rescued by S.S. Carpathia. First
class, HlO; second class, 125; third
class, 200; olflcers, 4; seamen, 39;
stewards, 9(1; firemen, 71. Total 210
of thc crew. The total of 745 saved,
was about 80 per cent, of the maximum capacity of tho life-boats.
"We feel it our duty to call the attention of the public to what we consider the Inadequate supply of life-
sat lng appliances provided for on
modern passenger steamships and
recommend that Immediate, steps be
taken to compel passenger steamers
to (.srry sufficient boats to accommodate the maximum number of people carried on board. The following
facts were observed and should be
considered in this connection:
The   Insufficiency     of   life-boats,
rafts, etc,
mnn same' stokers, stewards. e*c.
are not efficient boat handlers); not
enough officers to carry out emere-
encv orders on the bridge to superintend the launching and control of life-
b03ts< absence of searchlights.
Reforms Recommended.
"The board of trade rules allow
for entirely too many people ln each
boat to rermit the same to be properly handled. On the Titanic the
boat deck was about"75 feet above
water and consequently the passengers were required to 'embark before
lowering bonts, thus endaneerlng the
operation and preventing the taking;
on of the maximum number tho boats
would hoi;'.
""onts at. all times to be properly
oouinped   with     provisions,     water,
;c was held in the saloon.   One,    The   minister;! deplore the   Sociil-
I woman  died  in   the  life-boats,  three lists' tactics, but express
others died soon after reaching   our ' tion to vindica:e t!:e law
determina-
tha act.   Lastly, tbe letter stated that!of this city, the mayor said that ow
the council was anxious to go ahead   ing to being on board the train   he tensionTf"patrlotrc"id^aTand��a"ro^i-
with  the  scheme  for the  permanent! did not know for some    little   time ���.������,���������/���, ,h��� ��� ~
improvement of Agnes street,   as   it i jnst  how  matters  had  gone,  but he
regardless J recognizes  tbe  fact  that   this  street I was naturally  delighted  to  hear
ideck snd their bodies were buried in ! of class distinctions. j is required for business purjoses. It  outcome.
Ithe sea at 5 o'clock  that afternoon.      The  national   corps,   including  the | wiil be necessary for the engineering)    "It Is an indication that at last the
None of the rescued had any clothing I Scottish    regiments, will merge' this\ department to prepare plans at once'l'eople are taking hold of things and
except wliat they had on.   Passengers \ year  Into   the   Australian   battalions,
contributed enough for their immedi- ;The latter will lose their kilts as well
needs,
Pand Was Playing.
"When her life-boats pushed away
.rom the Titanic the steamer was brilliantly lighted, the band was playing
and the captain was standing on the
bridge giving directions
.as their name.
NO ABATEMENT IN HIGH
PRICES SHOWN IN MARCH
Ottawa, April   18.���The latest findings   of the   department    of labor's
"The bow was well submerged and ' P1 lce3 record show that the past
the keel rose high above the water. Imonth maintained the exceptionally
Suddenly the boat seemed to break In ' hiSh P��int reached ln February. The
two. The next moment everything dis-! department's index number was 134.2
appeared. The survivors were so close |for March compared with 134.3 ln the
to the sinking steamer they feared Preceeding month. A year ago the
the llle-boats would be drawn Into the j number was 126.3. A feature of the
vortex. There were preparations for j Past mmHh was the decline in egg
a brilliant party to be given on board  Pr��ces:  on the other   hand animals,
the next evening.
"On our way back to New York we
steamed along the edge of a'field of
ice which seemed limitless. As far as
thc eye could see to the north there
was no blue water. At one time I
counted' 13 icebergs."
CONGRESS BUSY
WITH SUBPOENAS
meats, vegetables and Imported fruits
advanced. It is pointed out that the
department's figures are based on observations of the movements of about
260 articles selected for their representative character, and that.the price
level now shown Is the highest In at
least thirty years.
Mona Lisa Thief.
Paris, Aprll 18.���A regular museum
of art tieasures was discovered at Villains yesterday by the police department. A man named Ferrand is suspected to being concerned in the
stealing of Mona Lisa from the
Louvre. Ferrand escaped by a window as tbe police got Into his flat, but
a very beautiful girl named Oermalne,
with whom he shared the apartments,
was arrested.
The detectives found a number ot
valuable porcelain plates stolen  last
month from the Nevers Museum.   A
Washington, April   18.���With   sub- magnificent Chinese    Clolsenne wine
poenas for   certain   persons   aboard and  Incense dish, some old  Sevres,
the Carpathia whose names were not Lo"'8 XVI- candlesticks, also a collec-
disclosed, Senator Smith, of Michigan, tlon of skeleton keys and tools for
and Senator    NeWlands,   of Nevada, forcing glass cases.
members of the    senate    committee I    Besides   these   there were   photo-
whlch will take the first steDs in the j graphs of treasures In the principal
investigation of the Titanic disaster, museums and churches of France, and
lack of trained seamen to I went to New York today to meet the a number of guide books
in or.ler that th3 work may be carried out this year.
It is expected that the committee
will confer with the council this afternoon, and a meeting o"f the association wll! be held next Thursday night.
Held  Successful Smoker.
The Teamsters' union held a very
successful smoker ln the Labor Temple last evening. The affair was well
patronizedby the other unions in the
city as well as friends outside tbo
ranks. Songs, speeches and athletic
stunts kept those present in good
humor untll the final but most important act, the eat. All entered for
this, and voiced their feelings of satisfaction at the many good things
provided by those who had had the
matter in cbarrre.
going ahead along the path of
gress," he said.
Cattle Rustler Caught.
pro- !
CIVIC WAGES WIIL
BE PAID BIMONTHLY
Committee of Senate Meets Carpathia
Seeking for  Information aa to
Cause of Wreck.
association of the empire.
I    Notwithstanding the    many    years.
Ule  which have ensued since tiie passing-.
of Beaconsfleld, today his statue outside the Imperial  Houses of   Parliament  is  decked  with  thousands    of'
wreaths, and bouquets of pale primroses,   while   millions  of  bo...onniere
will be worn by men,    women    and
[children alike in the crowded atreefs--
Stettler,   Alta., "April   18.���August 'ot the great cities and in the village
Blanchard, a Frenchman, is reported  lanes.
to have stolen nineteen head of cattie, j There Is no branch of the Primrose-
a horse, and a saddle in the neighbor- league in Canada, but its membership ���
hood or Morrin, south of Stettler. | now runs into several millions. Mr.
Sergeant McBrain, of Stettler, on C. H. Stuart Wade, of this city, or-
receipt of information, went out to ap- ganized the league in South London..
prehenl Blanchard, but found he had J and is a knight commander and-.j-aatt
left Morrin for Rumsey.     The phone ruling councillor of the order..-
was put in operation   and Blanchard  .
was caught by Sergeant Townsend at | -..-����.���^  -.��.._
Trouchu  Valley, and  will  be  brought   Tfiflll   FADlUFD  FAD
into Stettler on thla charge. lUUIl iHllfTiLIt I Uli
ANOTHER   GOOD   PROGRAM.
rescue ship. Senator Bourne, the third
member of the -committee, will join
tbem tomorrow. The sub-committee
intends to subpoena everyone on the
Carpathia who might throw any light
on the causes of the catastrophe.
Doubt aa to the plans of the senate
to command testimony of J. Bruce Is-
may, managing director of the White
Star line, or other officers of the comrany. because they are foreign subjects, was dispelled today. Secretary
Nagel sail there was no onestion of
the Jurisdiction of the senate to summon any witnesses who are in American territory.
Secretary  Nagel,    Supervising    In-
lamps, compasses, lights, etc.
*A
Department Store Sale.
The first departmental store to be
established in Westminster, that of
Lee's Limited, ls at last complete
and the flve floors ot the building are
filled with merchandise to suit the
varied tastes of the buying public of
the city. No longer will it be necos-
sary to go to Vancouver or Seattle to
the big stores for bargains, as the
progressive merchants of Westminster are providing these rlaht a'
home. As will be soon by reference
to their adi'ertlsement ln anothe*
part of this paper Lee's Limited are
celebrating tho completion "of their
spector General Uhler, of tho etenm- denartmental store bv offering 1!> ne-
hoat inspection service, gergeant-a'-joent. discount for all cash purchases
ArniB Bansdel, of the senate, and his durin; the next fourteen days, com
Life- assistant, accompanied the   senators mencing this morning.
Election Pledge to    City    Employee:
Redeemed���Reform Put In Force
Today���Fridays Favored.
Another election pledge has been
redeemed, and today the city's employees will be paid for the flrst time
on the bi-monthly system. Between
5 and 6 o'clock p.m. the city treasurer
will pay a half month's wages to the
men and twice a month thereafter on
tbe 6 th and 20th of each month. If
one of these dates falls on a Saturday payment will be made on the
preceding Friday.
This was the edict that went forth
from the city hall yesterday over the
signature of Mayor Lee. It will be remembered tbat during: the. municipal
elections, Alderman Kellington and
other aspirants to office, successful
and unsuccessful, made this reform a
prominent plank in their platform.
That plank has now been transferred
to the municipal structure ot the
city's administration. Henceforth it
Is hoped tbat the housekeeping problem of the working man will b*
made easier and thst the smalt
tradesman will flnd his collections
come ln more readily.
Makes Fight Legal.
Santa Fe, N. M., April 18.���The
House late today passed the Trim)
prizefight bill by a vote of 29 to 17.
Tbe measure permits 45-round contents', and legalized, the proposed
Johnson-Flynn flght at Las Vegas,
July 4.
It's the same old story at the Royal
Theatre ever since   the management
has been booking   in the big shows.
Packed houses all the time and a well-
pleased audience.      it only  goes to
show that   Westminster   is    a   good
show town if they get the real stuff.
For the new show commencing today
there will be three double turns and
the illustrated song as well.     Ward
and Manning are heralded as "Those
two entertaining boys wbo sing and
shake their feet."   This act was over
the Pantages circuit about a year ago
with no less a headliner than Pauline.
They will present the same act at the
Royal as they did on  Pantages circuit.    A strictly high-class  "evening
St home" musical act  Is what Reese
and Deane will offer.   Mr. Reese has
a very high soprano voice, and tbe
lady plays well on the violin.    Their
act has the .stamp of refinement on it,
and consequently it is well   received
whereevur they go.   Lillian Mason and
Alice  Millard  are  a   comedy  sister
act.   Their act consists of trick piano
playing and lots of good wholesome
comedy.    Both girls are born comediennes. Louise Byrd will sing "The
Turkey   Trot,"  which  will  be   Illustrated with lots of chicken slides, etc.
One of the pictures thaWwill be shown
deserves special,  mention,  it   being
Niagara Falls in winter.   It was taken
by the Pathe Co., and they assert it
is their best "scenic" this year.
COUGAR AND EIRE&
��� A Favorite Corner.
The post office corner appears to
be a favorite place for accidents
these days. Yesterday rooming one
of the delivery wagons employed by
Mr. C. A. Welsh was coming down
the hill on Sixth street, and although
a Burnaby Lak�� car was approaching,
the driver either misjudged the time
or thought the car wo-ild stop for
htm to pass. Result, the wagon was
swung around one of the electrltv
H��rht standard*, brea'-tlnf Vn* tongue.
No damage was done to the team.
So Mr. Kay, Charged with   Shooting;
v.ith Intent to Kill, Told Dls-       ;
trlct Court. ��
Harry Edison Kay, of Strawberry
Hill, was yesterday brought before-
Stipendiary Magistrate J. Stilwell
Clute, in the district court, oa *-
charge of shooting with intent U>
murder J. F. Roberts, also of Strawberry Hill. After a lengthy hearing,
whloh in fact lasted untll nearly &
p.m., both parties concerned westbound over to keep the peace fer oo&-
year, each entering into his owifc
recognizances for $500.
From the evidence given it woul*'
appeajr/that some friction had existed,
betwe/m the two parties. Mr. Robertas,
is chairman ot the Farmers' Institute'
at Strawberry Hill, and leaving thereon the night of Saturday, April 6. i&
was driving bome accompanied by Ws
wlfd. Their route lay past Mr. Kay**
house and when passing there at.
about 10:20 it was alleged that Kay
came out of the door and fired tw��
shots. Mrs. Roberts stated that rius-
heard tbe whizz of the bullets overhead.
Mr. Kay stated that he had lately-
lost a considerable number of chickens, and hearing a noise in the fowl'
run outside he' had surmised Ihat a
cougar or other wild animal was
there and had fired at tbe depredator.
Evidence was given that a bullet wttae
,'ound in the woodwork of thO'chickew
run.
Mr. W. Norman Bole, K.C. ftppea^-
ed for the prosecution, and Mr. j. tr.
Grant for tho defendant. T*> oaf***
hnd received a parti*! hc��'H,'<' *���'
Cloverdale but was tfctar adjs-raa��
to tbis court.
v PAGE TWO
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city.
FOR SALE���ROOMING HOUSE, 15
newly furnished rooms occupied;
revenue $170; rent $60; lease 18
months. Will sell for price of furniture If sold quick; $1000 cash; $1:200
terms. 1 have to leave Vancouver
through sickness. 1182 Hastings
east, Vancouver.   Phone Sey. 4S10L.
FOR   SALE ��� BY   OWNER,     TWO
large sized lots   just   off   Twelfth
street car, near Orphanage.   P.  O
Box 815.
FOR SALE���FINE MODERN SIX-
room house, close to corner of Sixth
and Second avenue, East Burpaby,
and fruit trees; sacrifice sale; price
$4500. Also line lot on First stieet
and second avenue, East Burnaby,
$300. Fraser Valley Investment
company Lid.. 626 Columbia street.
.FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terms; $1.00 down,
$1.00 per week. Canada Range Co.,
Market Square.
NOTICE      OF      DISSOLUTION      OF
PARTNERSHIP.
A BIG SNAP���Double corner on Sixth
street below Third avenue, 132
feet frontage on Sixtli street. This
property is all cleared; lane at
back. The price is $9500; o:ie-tliird
cash, balance li, 12 und IS months.
No.  195.
CORNER LOT���Fourth avenue and
Sixth street; thoroughly cleared,
(10x132. The price is $3200; $1000
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
No. 367. I
ANOTHER SNAP���New seven roomed house, large cleared lot, on Edln-
bur�� street; close to Twelfth
street car line. Price $3250; $175
cash,  balance $30 per month.    No.
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AOwi
PRICE $2000��� New three roomed
house, water piped into house; on
higli side of Nanaimo street. Price
$2000; $250 cash, balance monthlv.
No. 87.
PRICE $3550���Six roomed modern
house on Hamilton street; close to
Sixtli street car; large lot; all
cleared. $600 cash, balance over
two years.    No. 374.
DOUBLE CORNER���One of the finest
double corners in the city la that
at St. Patrick and Second. This is
all cleared ancl i3 132x132. The
price is $5250; one-third cash, and
the balance at 6, 12 and 18 months.
Will sell in two lots at $3000 for the
lot rn st. Patrick street, and $2500
for the lot corner Second and Elgin
i nis property is bounded on three
sides by streets and is situated in
one of tho nicest residential parts
of the city. We have this property
exclusively.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
451 Columbia Street. Phone 669.
Pupils In Fatherland Take Their Own
Lives.
Berlin, April 18��� Dr. Reinhold Koerner, a well-known authority on pedagogy, has startled Germany by pub- '���
lishlng some appalling statistics ol '
child suicide, showing how they are
growing ln number from year to year.
Coming on top of a work on the samo
subject by Prof. Eulenburg, and of an
enquiry into Bchool life by Dr. Alfred
Graf of Nurenberg, Koerner's revelations have mado a 'sensation, and
there is a fierce criticism of German
scliool and domestic discipline.
Last year in Prussia alone 731
pupils or students at educational establishments took their lives. That ls
almost exactly two a day. The tlgures
for the whole empire number over
1000 That ls at the rate of eight suicides per 100,000 children of school
age. In 1883, the proportion was 6&
per 100,000. ,���,,.
Dr. Koerner's analysis shows that 31
out of 100 child suicides are traced to
troubles connected with schooling;
that 35 are due to family or personal
reasons, while the causes of the remainder are vague or unknown.
Prof. Eulenburg publishes an inquiry into 1215 recent cases of school
suicides. Of these 173, or 37 per cent,
were caused by fear of punishment,
or fear of not pusslny examinations.
At least a third" says Eulenburg, mast
be put down to the school system.
The critics of the school system allege too much work, too little play,,
too official relations between teachers-,
and scholars and the lack of moral
influence In the school.
Owing to these factors, trifling troubles which would cause no ill in England or America, lead iu Germany to
suicide. Thus a boy, after receiving a
Blight box on the ear, made lor the
nearest window and threw himself into tlie street,
Condemns School System.
Dr. Graf's inquiry was made among
the distinguished Germans who  were
asked  to state in brief their impres-
| sion of school life.   Nearly every one
of them condemned tlte so'iool system.
Prof.  Wallott, the    architect    of tho
Reichstag,   answered;      "My   tchcol
I days were the most miserable of my
'life."    Prof. Arthur Kamp answered:
I "School was abominable. '     The poet
I Karl   Spitteler replied:      "Up to  fifteen   I   hated  school;   after  fifteen  1
cursed    it."    Prof.  Wassermann    described   his    school   life    as  "a   had
dream;  tyranny; indifference; lack of
icaic;   contempt."    Hermann Bahr describes  school as "the  only  time of
my life I would not live over again."
I    The suicide specialists, however, do
not think that the bad scliool atmos-
I pliere alone is guilty.    Prof Eulenburg
ascribes child suici.les    partly to had
family methods, and Dr. Koerner says
that "the tendency of our family training is to destroy discipline."    He sa; s
the favorite children's authors are "all
pessimists or nihilists," and gives a
list   including   Schopenhauer,   Nietzsche, Tolstoy, Max Stirner, Hirtmann.
The German child's novelist Is D'Annunzio.      Dr.  Koernor asked    twenty
schoolboys what they knew about living Italian winters.      Tlie only  three
who knew anything    had read    I) vn-
nunzio's "Triumph of Death."
"In this unhealthy atmosphere,"
adds Koerner, "tlie most insignificant
i trial causes the tfesire to quit life."
|His list of causes includes "being
joked at for being in love," "desire
for distinction." "too much novel reading," "refusal of permission to go
boating," "not being allowed to wear
a new cap."
"Inability to Ihe." "dread of life,"
"contempt for fellow-men,"all these,
says Koerner, are further given as
reasons for child suicides. They sufficiently indicate the unhealthy a'tmos-
in   which young Teutons   are
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Cliff Block Sixth Street near Columbia
DONT BURN
Waste Paper or Rags.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Cast Iron Pipes.
Tenders will be received by tlie undersigned up to 6 o'clock on the 20th
day of April. 1918, for the supply    of
about   loo  tons  cf    ti-inch    diameter
Phone 475 and we will collect, free of   Water Pipe,    The ripe must stand a
pressure of SOO pounds to the square
inch. Tenderers lo state time of delivery.
Specifications can ho obtained from
the olfice or the City Knglneer.
VV, A. DI'.M'AN. City Clerk.
City Hall, April 18, 1912.
charge.
H.  P. VIDAL &  CO.
SCHOOL DESKS.
Tenders wanted for supplying
school desks (single) in carload lots,
a sample desk to be left at the secretary's office.
Also, tenders for teacher's sanitary
desks, sample may be seen by applying to tlie Secretary.
Tenders to be at the office by noon
of Wednesday, May  lst.
L.   AVORY   WHITE.
Secretary  Board  of  School Trustees.
I. O. O. F.
ODD  FELLOWS ATTENTION.
Grand Master W. Cullen wlll piy
an official  visit to Royal City Lodge
I No. H and Amity Lodge No, 27, on
Monday evening, April aii. All members   and    visiting   brothers are   re-
I quested to be present in tho I. O.
O. F. hall. Eighth street.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
CITY  EMPLOYEES.
Notice.
Commencing Friday,  April  19,   (today), City  Employees will be paid at
' the Office of tlie City Treasurer    between  the  hours  of  5  and (>  o'clock
p.m., and twice a month thereafter on
jthe (ith  and  L'Oth  of  each  month  at
' the same    time   and    place,    except
I when either of these dates fulls on a
Saturday,   when    payment    wlll     be
made on the day previous.
JOHN A. LEE, Mayor.
City Hall, April 18, 1912.	
JANITOR  WANTED.
pliere
reared.
Public Library. j
All persons having books on loan Janitor wanted for tho Centr
from the library are hereby respect- I School. Applications must reach tr
fully requested to return same before Secretary'!) office by noonofthe pn
May 1. ;
Books will be received at the library
on week days only between the hours
of 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice  to   Householders.
Notice is hereby given that no person or persons is authorized by the
council in any way to supply garbage
cans.
Full particulars of tlie requirements
of the Board of Health may be obtained from the Chief Inspector, City
Hall.   Telephone No. 254.
W. A. DUNCAN, Cltv Clerk.
Inst., stating salary required and experience. All applicants muBt have a
special heating engineer's or similar
gr.ule certificate.
L. AVORY WHITE,
Secretary Board of School Trustees.
Tenders for Waterworks Supplies.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o'clock on the lllith
day of April, mn, for the supply of
BruBs Goods, Hydrants, Valves, Pig
Lead,   Yarn.   Corporation   Cocks,  Ual-
, vanlzed Iron Pipe, Unions, etc.
I Particulars as to the exact requirements can tie obtained from the
office of the city Engineer,
I VV. A. DUNCAN, Cltv Clerk.
!     City  Hall.  April  is,  1912.
j       CORPORATION OF BURNABY
Applications for supplying and run-
ning a g:u.:;ng cor.ip on Douglas road,
near Still I'rwiti, will b�� received Immediately  by  the undersigned.
W. L. THOMPSON.
Construction Engineer.
Edmonds, B. C��� Aprll 17th, 1912.
JANITOR WANTED.
Janitor wanted for Lord Kelvin
Scliool. Applications much reach the
Secretary's ofllce by noon of the 22nd
Inst, .stating salary required and experience. All applicants must have
a special heating engineer's or similar
grade cer.lficate.
L.  AVORY WHITE.
Secretary  Board  of School  Trustees.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned (together with samples of
cloth) up to Monday, the 22nd inst.,
at 5 p.m., for the supply of uniforms
to the City Police and Firemen for th��
current year.
Specifications may be peen nt the
Police Station and No. 1 Fire Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership heretofore subsisting
between the undersigned as the "NBW
WESTMINSTER GARAGE COMPANY," Carnarvon Street, in the City
���of New Westminster, Province of
British Columbia, has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts owing to L'te said partnership
are to be paid ta John Dobson at
Carnarvon S'reet, N'ew Westminster,
Bill ish Columbia, aforesaid, ar.d all
claims against the said partnership
are to bo presented to the said John
Dobson by whom the same will be settled.
Dated at the City of Now Westmln*
Bier, H. C, this 21st day of March,
A. V. 1912.
JOHN DOBSON.    L.S.
The People's Trust Co. Ltd.   O. VV. N.
Boulton, Secretary-Treasurer. Frank
C. Cook. General Manager.   L. S.
WITNESS���
CHAS. II. RODDIS.
OWNER will consider
Highest Cash Offer fcr
the following property
in bulk:
Subdivisions 89 aid 90,  Lot
3, Suburban Blork 14.
Act Quickly.    Address
MX 190, DAILY NEWS OFFICE
IG OPENING
AND
MEN'S WEAR STYLE SHOW
Each succeeding Spring our opening display of new wearables for men is becoming more interesting.
Men have learned tbat they can come here and  see fashions newest fads and fancies, as   well   as   the   latest
chowin^a in the more conservative  lines.
The combined efforts of many months spent in careful selecting and discriminating buying  now blossoms forth
In a magnificent displ.'y of the mest clover creations of the world's foremost style leaders.
WE WANT YOU TO SEE THESE NEW THINGS.   COME.
Shirts
The more favored colors and
fabrics for spring aro shown in
various models, wit'i soft turn
back  ouffs    $1.50 to  $4.50
Cravats
A wild riot of colors for the
young fellows; shaded Into the
duller and more subdued tones
for the man with more nulp-t
tastes     35c to $1.50
Hats
In Derby's the new low
crownB and wide brims hold
sway; soft hats are varied in
color and shape.. .$1.50 to $5.00
Suits
The extreme English models
for tho young fellows. The
modified modelB for the older
men; beautiful shades and stylish models galore $12-00 to $25
<J.E.]5rown&_
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aa*\__s.'sisBimat!S_____j^. FRIDAY,  APRIL   19,   1912.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
{HOSPITAL   WORK.
Duchess of Connaught Appreciates Efforts of Westminster.
The Duchess of Connaught,
through her lady-ln-walting, Mlss Evelyn I'olly, wrote recently asking for
assistance toward:! general hospital
work. The publicity commissioner
replied to the effect that the clly authorities were engaged in the tusk of
financing a new hospital which was
b.u.ly needed In this locality.
TM3 letter was acknowledged yesterday by Mlss Pelly as follows:
"Dear Mr. Wade���Many thanks for j
your kind letter. Her Hoyal Highness
quite appreciates a" that you a-e doing in New Westminster for hospital
work. It hardly deems possible that j
you will lie able to do anything to assist lhe Victorian order at present,
but If you are ablo to contribute at a
later date wo will be grateful."
MAKE   HUGE   GAINS.
Customs   Revenue of Twelve   Largoot
Ports Shoots Upward.
Ottawa, Aprll IS.���The official com-
paiative    statement of the    customs
revenue  ot  the  twelve  largest ports
ln the Dominion for the  llscal year,
ending  March, lilll and 1H12, issued
toiln), ihowi tremendous gains made
by aii tue great ports of entry In the
country.    Strikingly large gains havo
been made by Winnipeg und Vancouver,    lort William was this year lor
the  first   time numbered  among  the
twelve   largest  ports,   replacing    St.
John,  N.   Is.,  whicli  has  been  forced
out of the running.   Although Ottawa
made a greal gain over JaBt year she
goes down from tenth to twelfth place
in the list.    London    drops out alto-
gel her, and Cal-/try appears for tbe
first  time.      The comparative  statement fallows, the Brit mentioned figures lor each    city    bclnr, those    of
1910-1911, and the second   1911-1912:
Montreal   (18,830,188.82 ��� 118,865,-
jBSS.76.
V\ inn!; eg  $6,478,103.02 ��� $S,0:7,927.-
Vancouver $5,499,738���$7,221,632.18.
Hamilton $2.141,923.28���$2,619,930.89
--   Halifax  $1,772,984.09���$2,117,107.0!).
Windsor $1,441,720.31���$2,098,984.70
Victoria $l,5:i!),57r>.27���$l,!l2,r.,205.22.
Calgary not among flrst twelve���$1,-
136,001.99.
Quebec  $1,680,889.09���$1,760,817,18.
��. Fort William not among flrst twelve
�����1,6I9,712.54.
Ottawa   $1.203,457.37���$1,171,558.40.
BOY SCOUT  LIVES UP~"
TO  IDEALS   OF  CORPS !
An unnamed 06y scout lived up to
his ideals q*  chivalry and efficiency |
en  last VueauUj-  When he bound up j
tlu; riot of the littlo son of Mr. .and
Mr... (j. i;. Harmon,    Little William j
ll:.tmon  was oat at  Sapperton    that,
afternoon and cut hlj foot very badly. |
A  boy  scout    saw    the  accident and
promptly came Up and tearing his own
shirt into    bandages    bound  up tbe '
wound <iuite skillfully.    Having com- j
pleted liis part of hla work he saw
young  Harmon home and  then  with j
real  modesty  left  Without  giving his
���ame.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, who live at
715 Royal avenue, wish to Hiank this
boy scout for his action. They are
very grateful for his kindly care of
tbeir son.
I
WINNIPEGGERS DUPED
BY NEWSPAPER CROOKS
Viinni.eg, Man., April 18.���After a
meivvriu career, covering three
montns, during which the tiio did up
local hotels, taxicab proprietors, a
boa:din, house keeper and a printing
firm, to the tune ot several thousand
dollais, the three associated editors of
Events ol the V\ee.<, a theatrical advertising sheet, made good their getaway on Thui sday and arc now smely
across tbe international boundary.
William Chamberlain, who lnu a
fami.; at Orange, N. J., and was conspicuous around town by reason or
his great height, was the prime mover.
The other two were Harry E. Diddle-
beck, who acted as business manager,
and J. C. Gordcn, who claimed to have
been ln the employ of the Bank ot
Montreal ln British Columbia, secretary to the defunct sheet.
Besides carrying on this publication
the tiio ran the Bohemian Club, on
Broadway, where bo:.lng bouts and after-theatre orgies were pulle.l ofT. The
Henderson Bros., who printed the paper, are heavy losers, and a number
of local tradesmen are among those
stung.
CANADIANS TO EXPLOIT
JAMAICA'S BANANA CROP
Kingston Jamaica, April 18.���The
Jams lean Government has authorl/.eu
negotiations with the Canadian government for subtilising a line of
steamers to run between Jamaica and
Halifax, and thence to England, with
Boston as the winter port call. The
proposal has been submitted to the
government by Canadians, almln, at
the formation of a million dollar
comrany to acquire flfty thousand
acres of banana lands on the north
side recently taken over from a New
York romnan". The scheme provides
for an electric tramway service for
the transportation of bananas to the
ports.
i
Italian   Dreadnought.
Rome, Aprll 17.���A specially ar-
pointei board of admlrjls has adont-
ed a pp-v tvpe of Dreadnoucht. It. Ip to
be of 20,000 tons displacement *nd
have n i-^eed of 2K Vnof. Th�� nrma-
mer-t -ni consist of ten 14.3-lnch guns
ond ten <*? more <"ins of fi inchei. The
shlr�� w"i cost sMut m��.non ono e-"h.
Tbc boar:1 diparrro-pd -*t b'li'Mnc
scout ships. Destroyers of loon tpns
dlsr'i'-er'pnt i-o��H ��ervp better, w.
per'-ll" ti    the Tfi*1lsn    r*"v   whll��
thei** pp-vl'yo y-rv-iM ho HnM^prl to V***
WStP"-   '"    t*"t*   vf'f^p"   rat   T*r,r**P. Jt
hup. t1>��"-pfp"e. been defermlne'l ti In-
(,\.r.**r~ t^o ftHc,,*dn'%pmPY'f ^f dps*v..******
**** dl��'viitln"p V*i* building of scout
ships nnd smart craft.
FURNITURE-DRY GOODS
LEESLIMITED
"We  Furnish Your  Home Complete.'
FURNITURE... DRY GOODS
At last our new store of five great floors is quite in order and filled to the limit with choice
merchandise at popular prices. Carpenters gone, painters gone, and after months of
changes and alterations we can present to our patrons a modern, Up-to-Date Store. To
fittingly celebrate this great event with us, we shall hold during the coming two weeks
to all our customers on all purchases, including all departments.   Beginning FRIDAY
MORNING, and continuing during the following 14 days, every cash
purchase you make will receive a discount of
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A record event in your Spring purchasing. Think what a great saving to you on all your
buying, and your selections to be made from the Newest and Most Modern Merchandise
obtainable���not an old article in this big stock. Dry Goods, Cloaks, Suits, Dresses, Men's
Wear, Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Stoves, Beds, Bedding, Chinawear and House Furnishings.   Every article you buy carries 15% Discount.
15 Per Cent.
Discount for Cash Purchases during the coming fourteen days on
Ladies' Suits, Dresses, Waists,
Skirts, Sweaters, Corsets. Underwear and Hosiery.
15 Per Cent*
Discount for Cash Purchases for
two weeks on Men's Furnishings,
Hats. Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Trunks and Valises.
15 Per Cent.
Discount for Cash Purchases for
two weeks on all our Up-to-Date
Novelties in Dress Goods, Silks,
Velvets, Notions, Muslin Underwear, Embroideries, Neckwear.
We will make this event of tremendous interest to all purchasers of Furniture and House Furnishings
15 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Upon all cash purchases in these dapartments. If you are contemplating buying any new
Furniture, this is your golden opportunity. This Fifteen Per Cent. Discount Sale will continue during the following Fourteen Days. Make your plans and get your orders in early
This Sale is of vital importance to pfbpfe thinking of furnishing flats, hotels and rooming
houses. l
LEES LIMITED
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JTHE DAILY NEW*.
FRIDAY, APRIL  19,  1912.
swsw i., ji -
Tive Daily News
imMtalMd by The Dally News Publish-
itr�� Qmatpauy, I ' 'ted, St'���'their offlces,
t,rnsr   ot    Mv v.    'e   and   Victoria
Streets.
FRIDAY,  APRIL   19,   1912.
the loan of a dollad to help him out
On his last call the friend who had
been Investigating the Government
Annuities system, and who had since
become a purchaser, said tp him: "J
suppose, Blank, if you had $300 a
year you would consider yourself a
rich man?" To which the old gentleman replied: "If I had $200 a year, 1
would think myself the richest man In
town." When tho friend explained to
tho old gentlemen that at Ms age he
could, had he the sum of 'U96, purchase a Government Annuity of $200.
he realized how small was the amount
which stood between him and comparative wealth, and remarked, as he
spanned the years since his youth,
"the dollars 1 have wastefuliy spent,
would be warm friends   to me now."
WESTMINSTER'S    HARBOR.
Mayor Lee has conie bdek from Ot-   	
tawa, and lor the present at least, has , To ghow our young people how rapidly
mo startling announcement to make. U)e pU1.chaBjng power of money in-
While this may be a- disappointment crea8es unAw the Government Annul
to some veal estate, men, who are al- tle8 aystem where payments are he-
ways looklnc lor a sudden jump in Run a(. an ear,y age_ we mij,.lu polnt
{trices of rem property, lt should not j that ,f at the age of 2S thla man
foe .so to the business man. For the could have 1)ald Into a 8Cheme m��
mayor has not come back with a MM the Government Annuities scheme but
.cf failure, but one of success. Really !one payment 0f $50 (fifty dollars),
j>ig things are not done with a stroke i that paynient WOuld have ?tven him
of the pen except In stories about f|.om and after 75 an nnnuity for life,
.great men that omit the bulk of the ,,ayable quarterly, ot $206.25.
truth. Hard work and long prepara-, Tllere are thousands of men ln Can-
tion is necessary before the, perhaps, ada tcr(lay wi,0 t),jn]{ a8 this old gentle-
apparently dramatic move ia made. | man aoei and fifty years hence lt ls
That hard work Is now being carried t0 be hopo., that there wl]1 be hun.
out successfully. 'dreds of thousands of men, nnd worn-
Or course we all want to fcnow the . en too who wjj] rej0ice at the fact
details of tho harbor scheme. We all . tnnt at tne age of *25 or younger they
want to know that It is to be carried i discovered tlie true road to wealth,
out and that lt Is to be carried out as and |lad I1(lld lnt0 t!le Government An
��oon as possible, lt takes more than ,nultles system the sum of $50, or such
ji year to build an up-to-date harbor, ot|ier amount! as they were from time
and tho opening of the Panama canal t0 tjme n):)]e t0 Spare, k may be oi
is approaching rapidly. All doubts as farther interest to our young people
to the moving of the prairie grain by j,0 kuow tiut| according to mortality
thc western route have vanished be- 0XI)C, jenee tables, of 100,230 male
fore ibe logical arguments of hard children of live years of age, 28,820
facts and llgures, and the actions of, wm jjve t0 be 75, or 1500 more than
the big railway and grain men of the 26 per cent; and that out of the same
country are proof of this fact. Much number of female children of same
is being spoken and written of Vic-'aoeT :;r,.042, or nearly one-third of the
toria as lhe great Btorage and export number, wiil still be living at 75.
port for tlie western grain, and too lit-; gjjould a man, therefore, not ask him-
tlo of Weatmlnster. Victoria can not j sojf wniiher 1 am drifting���to an old
really compare with the Fraser river Uge or comfort and happiness, or to
for facilities both for shipping and j the poor house? lie should enquire at
���storing wheat. Cheap elevator sites j once for information in regard to this
can he bought up and down this liver ^splendid system of saving, which may
for miles. Westminster lies at tlie |)0 obtained at the postoftire or on ap
-end of the same transcontinental!; as plication to the superintendent of an-
Vancouver does, and there seems lit- j uities, Ottawa, to whom his letter
Ite reason to break bulk and tranship may be sent free of charge.
to Victoria.   Finally Westminster has
jfresh water which no other harbor on
the British Columbia 'const possesses.
But to take advantage of all these
superiorities it Is necessary to make
the river thoroughly navigable and to
provide accommodation for ships of all
jahcea to dock and clean their bottoms.
���"With plenty of water umler her bot
MORGAN  SHUSTER  DEPARTS
TO SOUTH AMERICAN POST
Washington, April 18.���Mr. W. Mor
gan Sinister, who as Treasurer Gen
oral of Persia created a diplomatic
crisis in the affairs of that buffer
state, has been appointed Central ancl
torn, a ship just loves to go into fresh | South American representative of the
water," Eaid a prominent, shipping | National City Company of New York.
man in Vancouver the other day. lt | He will soon leave Washington for
is up to us, to the   citizens of West-1 South   America,   where   the  National
City Company, of which Mr. Frank A.
Vanderlip is president, has large in
vestments.
It is the' Intention of this house still
further to extend its interests, and
Mr.  Shuster has  been  appointed  be-
minsler, to see that tlie Ships can flnd
plenty of water in the Fraser.    It is
��ip   to ub to see thafr there will    be
wharves and docKs fof ("Rose ships to
lierth at, wben they have entered the
river.   It ls up to us to see that there
aune elevators and Industries to supply I cause of his experience in tariff ati-
them with freight tq carry away from i ministration in Cuba and the Phillip-
*ere. when they leave. The fate off fines. After his stirring experience
���Westminster is in our own hands. A ! In Persia Mr. Sinister returned to'
city is Its people. If the people are ��� practice law in Washington.
confident and industrious the city will ; The National City Company, many
prosper and become g.reat; if the.- are ! of whose stockholders are also stoc'K-
swiall-roinrted and lazy the city will be holders of the National City Bank,
*tar;nant.    _^__ j which lias the same president, U en-
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t Correspondence |
The Bally News ia not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its coi ���
���respondents.
WAY QUEEN'S THANKS.
I gawd in foreign business, which a national bank is forbidden to enter.
Edmonton's Fame.
Edmonton, April IS.���Edmonton,
Alta., is talked of more in England
than the Edmonton located on the
other sile of the water. As an evidence of this fact a letter received at
the city hall this morning was only addressed to Edmonton, and whether it
should remain across the seas or come
to Canada was not designated. However, the postmasters decided to allow it a long journey, and consequently the missive readied this city.      It
-"���lev  Westminster,
���   April 18, 1912
DKditor, Daily News:'
Sir���1 wish io make use of your '. w!as opened, and tlie discovery made
���columns to e.*\reti mv hearty thanks t]i'f lhe Ietter should have gone to
.to all my srnoo.mates for the great B��"��nto��- England,
honor that has been done me in elect-1 r rands Payne, clerk of the conning me May Queen for this year's 9'1' Edmonton," was the address on
���celebration. I am all the more pleased I 'he envelope. It was an application
.because the election- was carried out or ,he Position of sanitary inspector,
with such a good spirit throughout.      j *nd cal"e from �� resident of Montrose,
Of course 1   am al6o very pleased j hnSland.
that I was lucky enough to be seloct-
-cd, and 1 will be glad to have my unsuccessful   candidates   as    Maids   of
DATES   OF   FALL   FAIRS.
Honor on May 2.
I would like, with your kind permls-
-sion, to extend through the columns
of tbe Daily News a very hearty invitation to all the children of Vancouver
���to come over to Westminster on the
���date of our holiday and join in the
���celebration with us.
ANNIE STATON,
May Queen Elect.
THE   ROAD TO WEALTH.
Government Annuity Scheme Provides
Comfort for Old Age.
There is an old saying that any fool
can make money, but that it takes a
wise man to keep it. The opinion of
.lUHhschild the eminent banker, how-
��:vrr, wns that it required a gre.it deal
of boldness and a great deal of caution lo make a gieat fortune, and that
when you got it it required ten times
greater wit to keep it. The last idea
"was one which lie frequently express-
���ed, and is one with tlie truth of which
many others have been impressed.
There is no doubt we might with profit follow the advice which the old
Scotchman gave to his son, that, it
'was not what he might make tliat
wonld make him rich, but what he
might save; but tlie majority of us
-""remain spendthrifts still," and so
long as we do the poor house will not
want fo,r occupants.
Riches like many other things go by
^oncfrison, and some people would
���consider themselves rich in purse if
they were sure, they would have an
Income or $200 or $300 a year until
the end. while others with as manv
thowsnrids per annum would regard
themselves os roor. A man who was
onc�� in affluent circumstances, but
Vho r.o-v. in his 75th year. Is In abso-
1���*�� pwutv, had for a long time been
���vmlTmz every Saturday on a friend for
. A complete list of the British Columbia fall faiis lias been compiled
and the dates assigned to Westmin
ster are Oct. l to 6.
Following is the list:
Arrow Lakes���Oct. 4 to 5,
Alberni���Sept. 13,
Armstrong���Oct. 16 to 17.
Burquitlam���Sept. 28,
Bella ( oola���Oct, :.!(!.
Cowlchan���Sept, 20 to 21,
Comox���Oct, 3,
Coquitlam���Sept. 21.
Chilliwack���Sept, lfl to 21.
Centra!  Park-- Sept.  \2 to  13,
Cranbrook���Sopt,  l8to 19.
Delta���Sept. 20 to 21.
Grand Forks���Sept, 26 to 27.
Greenwood���Sept. 30,
Golden���Sept. 2! to 25.
Islands--Sept. IS.
Kent���Sept. 12 to 13.
Kamloops���Sept. 18, in and 20.
Kelowna���Sept. 26 to 27.
Kaslo���Oct. 15.
Langley���Sept. 25.
Mission���Sept. 24 to 25.
Maple Ridge���Sept. 25 to 2ti.
Matsqui���Sept. 26 to 27.
Nanaimo���Sept. 17, 18 nnd 10.
N. and S. Saanich���Oct. 4 and 5.
Nicola���Sept. 25.
North Vancouver���Sept. 7.
New Westminster���Oct. 1 to 5.
Nelson���Sept. 23, 24 and 25.
New Denver���Oct. 2.
Penticton���Sept. 29.
Revelstoke���Oct. S. 9 and 10.
Richmond���Sept. 25 to 26.
Shawnigan���Sept. 18.
SPi'mon Arm���Sept. 27 tn 28.
Summerland���Oct. SO to 31.
Surrey���Sept. 21.
Trail���Sent. 25 to 26.
Vernon���Oct. 2?. to 24.
Vancouver���Aug. 10 to 17.
Windermere���Sept, 20 to 21.
Victoria    (provincial    exhibition)-
Sept. 24 to 28.
THE COAL MINER.
The Autocrat of ths Colliery Kno*��e
His  Own   Mind.
He is a bi?, burly man with stem
eyes and a firm chin. He can knockout, the cleverest boxer in tno district.
Ho does not talk much, and what lie
says is  -lways to the point.
He has worked many men of different colors and creeds in jlifferotlt
parts of the world, from the low-
caste coolie of the Indian colliery tc
the dour Scotch mirier and the excitable Welshman, anl he knows how
to rule them.
He has a keen appreciation far ihi
���dulled miner, but does not hesitato to
toll you that he is glad wherever possible to use tiie mechanical coal cutter
in his place.
"The coal cutter," he says, "does
not talk!"
He is the head manager at the colliery, and with him is thi last word
in all the thousand-and-one problems
which arise from time to time in tlie
practical working of the pit. He
works harder than any other man in
Colliery Row.
lf he is not underground inspecting
some pc rtion of the workings he is in
his office at the pit-head busy with
plans for future development. His
staff of assistant-managers ia larpe
and competent, but he has constantly
to receivo from them tlieir reports.
Tlie outsider, seeing his life, wonders when he finds time to feed and
sleep.
lf lie leaves Colliery Row, even for
a week-end, he must go somewhere
where he can ba reached by telephone
if necessary by  hia head  assistant.
His business in life is to get as
many tons of coal as is possible out
oi tlie pit every day, and to keep tho
pit working, and it involves, amongst
other heavy responsibilities, that of
the safety us well as that of the management of hundreds of men and boys.
If disaster comes and men ure entombed in the pit, it is he who heads
the rescue party and directs their
operations underground. In such circumstances he has been known to
work for an incredible number cf
hours in his skull cap and pit "duds,"
hardly stopping for food and rarely
coming to bank.
He has no illusions about the out-
.������n'.a. He knows that while the strike
lasts, hc will be the most unpopular
man in Colliery Row, and tliat it is
just as likely ns not, if bad blood is
kindled, that his windows will be
stoned and he will have to face a riotous mob.
He has faced a mob before, and he
will do it again. He is a stranger to
(ear.
And he will bear no ill-will to the
miners when it is all over and he gets
thl jKsi working again, even though
he will realize nv re justly than any
other man all that the strike lias cost.
He knows that the miners have no
personal grudge against him, arid that
many of them respect him. It is us
the chief representative in their midst
ofj their opponents, anil not as liini-
uelf, that the miners anathematize
him during the strike.
He is the strong man in Colliery
Row.
SPRING GOODS
At Davies' Pharmacy.
CAMPHOR FLAKES.
LAVANDER FLAKES.
CEDAR FLAKES.
MOTH BALLS.
MAY'S SUDS, absolutely fresh.
Disinfecting    Fluids:    Chloride    of
Lime, Izal, Sulphur and Formaldehyde j
Fumigators.
Davies' Pharmacy
YOUR PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGIST
32 SIXTH  STREET.
Phone 40. Cliff Block.
Good Building Property
2G4 feet on Eighth avenue, cleared, with sewer laid cn lane at rear,
cement sidewalks; close to Twolfth street car; $500 cash will handle
this; balance builder's terms.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Spring Jewelry
We have Opened Up Our New Stock of Spring
Jewelry.   Inspection Invited.
CHAMBERLIN  J��i:
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. and B. C. Electric Railway.
unce
f-Where Wills Are "Kept  In Safety.
Year after year cases���often resulting in much litigation���occur of miss-
ixjjj- wills, the documents either being
mislaid or los', through carelessness,
or maybe stolen by someone having
au interest in their possession. And
yet it is quite a simple matter for a
testator to have his or her will safeguarded against such mishaps, quite
apart from leaving it in the custody
of a solicitor or banker.
At Somerset House, London, there
is a depository for the sa'e custody rf
(lie wills of living persons. But this
[act seems so little known that scar��e-
ly more than a duc&n people a year
lake advantage of this depository;
and yet it is quite an easy matter to
place one's will in the depository at
Somerset House for a few shillings
and thus safeguard against loss.
Perhaps there are some people who
are under the belief that a will deposited at Somerset Rouse restricts
them in the matter of making any
alteration afterwards. As a matter of
fact, a will once deposited at Somerset House is not delivered up. but the
testator is free either to have it destroyed in the presence of an official
or to alter it by codicil. Ki may even
revoke it by another wiil which is not
deposited. The freedom of the testator t'i change his mind is, indeed, absolutely untouched.
King George  at Home.
When King George entered his private room on his return from his Indian visit he found a mass of correspondence arranged for his examination that made him smile. "Enough
work here fer a month, I suppose."
he remarked to. Lord Stamfordham, lt
was plain that he was only too anxious to get to work. His quick, all tt
manner of moving about, glancing
wit.i pleasure at various objectd in
his apartments, pausing every now
and then to make some brief reference to matters that immediately interests 1 him, was gratifyinic to behold, since it indicated better thai,
anything else could liave done the
downright joy that he felt at beitm
back in his London "home," while il
equally conclusively demonstrated
thut his health had not been inn air
by the fatigues of the la.--t
months.
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Golf   Balls.
The manufacture of golf balls was
at one time, the end of the sixteenth
and beginning of the seventeenth centuries, in tlie hands of the Dutcii
and a heavy tax was pi -ced upon
such us were imported into Great
Britain in order to give tha more ex-
pensive British laborer a chance
James VI. of Scotland going so far a.-
to give one maker a monopoly of thc
manufacture.
We have been given the exclusive sale of that beautiful residential property known as the Herbert Gilley
Property. These magnificent view lots front on
Queens Avenue, Eighth and Ash streets. Every lot
has a rear entrance by a wide lane. There are no
residential lots for sale in New Westminster to compare with this subdivision.
These desirable lots will be available on April 24th.
Make your reservation now. First come, fiirst served
Terms: Quarter Cash; balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
Thirty  Gallons  of  Water   a   Day.
London consumed the enormius to
tal ol 223,530.884 gallons of watc
every day last year. This means tha'
each of the seven million odd person!
in the metropolis used 31.57 gallons v
day, and that at each house 204.'M
gallons were disposed oi in tlie san��
period.
Kellington & Hendry
Cor.
Bank of Vancouver Block
and 8th Sts., New Westminste
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FRIDAY,  APRIL  19,   1912.
J>PORT^
RRST PRACTISE
WELL ATTENDED
Getting  Rid of    the    Kinks���Players
Report Themselves in Good Form
.. ���Easterners Expected.
Seven members of the Westminster
team lor 1912 last evening answered
the call lor practice and tor a good
hour \.e��t through the flrst evolutions' necessary to get a player Into
championship form. Those seen on
the yueens park oval were Tommy
and 1-iughlo Gifford, the Rennle
brotheis, Johnny Howard, Pat Feeney
and Irving Wintemute. Manager Gray
was also on hand to look after the details, such as ordering apparatus, uniforms, etc., which will be forthcoming
in a few days.
All the players report themselves
In good shape after the long winter's
la;, off and in a few days wlll be able
to go the pace necessary to regain
the Minto cup which all claim will be
on the banks of the Fraser once more
before the year ends.
McCarty, the Shamrock player, blew
into the training quarters ufter the
practice was over and will be seen In
uniform this evening. It is expected
that Bun Clark will also be on hand,
he liaving announced that he had
found quarters In the city und will be
on deck this evening. No reply has
been received from Pete Barnelt and
Art Warwick, the Toronto players
Who have been tendered contracts,
but it is expected that they will be
seen in the city be/ore many days
have elapsed, having signified a wish
to : lay for the Red Shirts this coming season. ,i i
wedding the other day;���and it enables
him to cover lon; distances without
much physical exertion.
Of ail the celebration offerings this
car has proved the most successful in
the eyes of the arctiduke. The children of the various archdukes and
aichduchesses are happy in the bugs
of five thousand crowns they each received from his wife, tne Archduchess
Marie Catherine, at the festive gathering, and the stallkeepers in the Nasch-
maiiet, the last and greatest of Vienna's open air markets, are still delighted with the reception of their delegation sent to the archducal palace to
congratulate the royal pair. But there
ls a Keener zest still ln the enthusiasm |
with which the archduke has taken to
his new car. |
With the single exception of his
nephew, Emperor Franz Josef���himself only four years the junior of his I
uncle���no member of the Imperial !
family of the Hapsburgs ls so general-1
ly belovel. Archduchess Marie is
scarcely less popular than her husband, but unfortunately she has been
indifferent health for some years past
and Is leas seen In public. The lmper-,
iai couple live in an extremely simply
way. 'Ihey have a big palace in the
Wieden, surrounded by extensive gardens ln which they both take a great
deal of pleasure. Then they have a
delightful summer residence at Baden,
fifteen miles outside Vienna, where
they live outdoors as much as possible
They are both great believers ln ','resh
air and drive out in almost any kind
of weather.
Leads Simple Life. j
At eighty-five the archduke sdil
manages to rise at half past five ln
the morning, but this is an hour and
a half later than his nephew, the emperor. Summer ancl winter alike, un-
lesa the weather is very bad, he takes
an early walk in the gardens and returns    to    breakfast  with the
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731   COLUMBIA    BTREET
the composer's other works, he .calls
them "higher mathematics irt music."
The archduke goes to the opera quite
alone, always walking there and hack
when the weather is flne.
Wa'.ts on Wife Personally.
A very simple apartment is the bedroom of the Imperial couple; Indeed, it
might be that of an ordinary Viennese family. The furniture is all ln
wood, consisting only of beds, wardrobes, chairs and tables. The most
important article in the room is a
small spirit lamp. The archduchess is
frequently disturbed by a cough ln the
night, and the archduke, without calling any servants, gets up himself and
nmkes her some soothing tea, prepared beforehand and only requiring
to be heated.
Most of the summer is spent at the
villa in Baden. The archduke goes to
the station alone and buys his ticket
like any ordinary traveler. He wants
no reserved compartment, but gets into the first one wllich has room and
there he enters readily into conversation with any fellow-passenger. This
arch-, easy sociability ls the more remarka-
Committee in Shanghai on Friday,
March 8, $20,000 additional was voted
for this district, and it will be possible
to extend the, work and save a large
number ot people. It Is utterly out ot
the question, however, with the limited funds at present on hand to anything like meet the situation.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cti.'e any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or
Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.
AGREEMENTS FOR SALE
DISCOUNTED
Rates Reasonable.   No Delays.   Bring us
your Agreements and get our best figures
The Westminster Trust and Safe Deposit Co. ,Ud.
I.-J.JCHES, Wlgr.-Dir.
28 LorncfStreet New Westminster
Football.
Members   of   the   Senior Amateur j
.soccer team are requested to be   on
liani on Saturday to play In the Sap- I
perton-Clty  game.    Having  got  wind
of the practice which the Rovers in-
duiy'd  in  last evening, the amateur
hoys are taking no chances of getting
out   of    condition    before    the great
game on  Saturday  week,  when    the
professionals and tlie amateurs clasn
for the championship of the city.
duchess about half-past seven. He is ble because the members of the Aus^
content with just a class of milk at! trian Imperial family as a rule hold
this time, but his wife takes either'themselves entirely aloof from outsiJ-
tea or coffee with rolls���no butter. ! ers, even from the aristocracy. The
After this frugal meal the archduke \ famous Vienna Jockey Club, one of
proceeds to enjoy the morning papers, the most exclusive clubs in the world,
for he is a great newspaper reader. ; frequented by the highest nobles in
He takes the keenest interest in the!the monarchy, has no archduke on its
world's happerilngs and appreciates list of memhers; nor do any of them
especially a good editorial or special ever go there. The late King Edward
article. After finishing tlie papers he | was the oldest honorary member of
receives the household officials and at-  the club and always played cards there
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��� BASEBALL. ���
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Northwestern League.
At Vancouver���Tacoma, 4;  Vancou-
ver,
At Los
niento, 8.
At Oakland
land, 2.
Coast
t\ngelea
League.
���Veinon,
14: Sac
-Los Angeles, 4;    Oak-
National League.
At    Pittsburg���Pittsburg,
Louis, 3.
At     St.
Louis, 7.
American League.
Louis���Chicago,
St.
12;     St.
A Training Venture.
Toronto, April 18.���The biggest
training venture that a lacrosse team
ever contemplated ls part of the program that the Toronto Lacrosse Club
liave mapped out for the coming season. The team will go to Atlantic ���
City early In May for a stay of ten ,
davR or two weeks, to prepare for the
coming D. L. U. schedule. Secretary
Hubbard will complete arrangements
before thc end of the month, and unless plans go astray, the team will
figrtc In a number of exhibition
matches with the American college
teams. This is the flrst time ln the
history of the national agme that a
team or club ever considered a training trip, but the Torontos are going
into the game heavily.
Splendid Stadium.
Toronto, Aprll 18.���According to Mr.
Hobert J. Fleming the Toronto Street
Railway is considering the advisability of erecting a splendid and costly
stadium at Scarboro Bench, lo prepare for tl.e coming lacrosse season.
Tho present stands are Inadequate,
whereas the Island Stadium can accommodate upwards of 20.000. The
architects will be consulted this week,
ancl the Work, lf decided upon, will be
rushed through to completion at once.
It will cost thousands of dollars, and
means the permanent selection of
Scarboro Beach as a lacrosse fleld for
tlie Toronto Big Four twelve.
.   >
Here's Actual Money.
A contemporary took delight In announcing last eveni.ig that Kddle
Powers had "put one over" on tho
News by showijii; a representative ol
this paper a $500 bill, which the Newa
stated had been received by Powers
from the Torontos In advnn.ee.
Tiie real truth of the matter Is as
published In the News, Mt. lfl. .1.
Fleming being authority for tho statement that he handed Powers a $500
bill Saturday evening to bind him to
a contract to play with the Torontos
this year.
i, Thc remainder wlll be paid In flve
���monthly Instalments. Powers will ho
ono of the highest paid men In the
East.���Toronto News.
tends to all the business connected
with the administration of the palace
and his estates.
The archduke is a wealthy man, for
he has outlived so many of his Imperial relatives that    in recent years he i
has succeeded    to    some    substantial i
heritages.    Not the leaBt part of his I
work is the investigation of    appeals
for   assistance,    for   the    archduke's',
charities are generous and widely distributed, i
After all this business is finished
the archduke takes another wai'; In
the gardens, or if the weather is had,
reads to his wife, who Is obliged to
spend most of her time indoors. Very
frequently he will visit some studio,
for he takes the greatest Interest In
art and knows all the really important
painters and sculptors in the city.
And lie is evr n more interested in
science, havin t been for many years
the active prevdent of the Imperial
Academy of Sciences. He delights especially in the soc iety of scientists and
receives many of them In his palace,
entertaining them at luncheons and
dinners. The success which the academy has attained is largely due to
his influential and energetic support.
Drives 'f  Public.
At half-pa .i twelve the first real
meal of the day Is served. It Is very-
simple, aud many a Viennese business
man eats a much more elaborate and
expensive repast. A light entree, one
kind of meat, cakes and fruit���strawberries whenever possible���make up
the meal, with generally one glass of
light white wino. Then the couple go
for their afternoon drive in a half
open landau. Usually they go to tho
Prater, remaining out an hour and a
half or so. Afterwards they enjoy a
social time with their household suite,
with whom they dine at half-past flve.
Dinner ;�� uot very much more elaborate than lunch. Soup, an entree,
meat and light pastry comprise the
whole menu. Coffee Is served very
rarely.
Almost everv evening the archduke
may be seen ln the theatre, or rather
ln the Imrerbl orera. ^artlca'arl^
whenever ther* Is an Italian work or
something bv Peethoven nr Moz��rt. U
anvone telli him of a epod plav he al-
wavs roes to see lt. Tn Wwner opera
hp nr��fi��r "' ohcnirrln " "T��n��<)in<>��e>* "
and "Tbe Flylnst Dutchman."    As to
when he came to Vienna.
EGYPTIAN  OIL.
Suez Fields Promise Great Production
in Future.
Cairo, April 18.���Anglo-Egyptian
financiers see big things in the development of the oilfields that lie ncai
the Suez canal. This year they say
nearly half a million tons of cru'e oil
will be produced along the Red sea
area.
Refineries are now bein? erected on
the Egyptian coast, and meanwhile
big consignments of the oi! are being
refined in Asiatic plants. The movement has given a tremendous fillip to
oil prospecting in Kantian an(j Turkish terriotory, helped by thc rapid development of oil engines for shirs
Such new supplies adjacent to the
Suez canal are being viewed with the
keenest interest bv shipowners, whe
consider the provision of crude oil at
thnt volnt 1^ a vital conpiHc-ntion Ip
the economical running of freight vessels with Internal combustion engines.
Such an equipment would enable an
enormous saving to be effected, for
while at present vessels have to carrv
enough coal for eastward voyages to
last out and home, with oil encin*?
oil would be loaded at Sue-r. to last til'
the return t'In. ^ben a fresh supp!"
would be shipped for the westward
voyage.
Terrible Famine Scenes.
Shanghai, April 18.���Mr. Scarllne o*
the Canadian Methodist Mission, who
ls encaged ln relief work under the
tMr^cMon of the Central China Famine
Pellef Committee in North Kiangsu,
reports that during the three davs of
big rain last **eeV three hundred re*"-
son" <Mf>d ln the township where he 1=
working.
Dr. T. p. Woods, the ^"ilie Relief
Committee's Superintendent fo* North
Kfantr*i| reports that thev at* nnr
feedlnr In the '���Irlnltv of Tsln^r,r'',���������
gnu fortv-elirht thousand one h"'*',-'>',
end c'"'tv people, of wtmi ��n��-pt>��|n'"
r***r*v *��i thp..pnld nro ��hle t" work ��*
��M<��rti~ i*'Mimcrfl dltcheR. The" *****
������-..  ...���,.!.)������. ���).  fj,rp0 pp<n*<i   ;>n*  he
rmm***** I** *>��"��ln at two   more places
In   *.*>"*>y\  rfflvR
At the meeMnpr of the TiVwino r��olie*
CROWN
BRUNETTE STREET, SAPPE RTON.
Lumber,   Mouldings,   Laths   and   Shingles
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
PHONE   WA. PROMPT   DELIVERY
FAVORITE ARCHDUKE.
Spartan   Llf��.   of   Re./ri   Couple���An
Ideal Husband.
Vienna,  April    1s.���Tr*it**v  |n    nr**l
around the A'"��frhn Tarltnl    m"v he
Fee*1   in   the   f Iphtv.P-o v��-vr ol 1   "nelft
Of   *****   p*v>-.prpi.      t\ *.r.**rt.,*'r*   p'-l^p".   rC-
Pe ��� tri" tiifl -n^'h In 1. rripTlllcrrit, PP-
toiroMle.    It Ir i ne"' Inv to him In
TT"*e **���***,a* t}*n*a t*a*f,. fnr It *L**t\a i  ~re.
eer.t fron hla relatives on his diamond
fl ROOMED COTTAGE
We have for exclusive sale a very pretty five roomed cottage on
Blair avenue on lot 33x115 and overlooking the Fraser river. Besides
the five rooma which aro all well finished, there are bath, toilet and
pantry and all electric fixtures. There Is also a basement excavated
15x21. I
The price of this modern little home-is only $2100, with a flrst pay-
ment of'SlOO nn:l tho balance ns rent or arranged any way to suit.
This price 1? ruly for a few days, so ring us up and wo will take you
out and ec^ lt.
cGILL & DILL
Phone 1004.
Room 6, Bank of Commerce Building.
HOMES
-AND-
FARMS
Six room Bungalow on
Ash street. $3200; one-
quarter cash;   terms.
Seven room house, Fifth
avenue. $4750; $500 cash;
terms.
Nine room house, Eighth
avenue. $4000; one-quarter cash; terms.
Seven room house, Cornwall street. $t!000; $1000
cash;   terms.
E. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.
Watch For
Our
Subdivision
Advt.
Fifteen acres at Langley.
$50 an acre; one-third
cash;  terms.
120 acres, Surrey, near
School and station. $3500
Cash;  terms.
15 acres Port Kells, $200
an acre; one-quarter cash
terms.
LIFE,
FIRE, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY.    ACCIDENT,    SICKNESS,
AUTO AND PLATE GLASS INSURANCE.   '
INVESTORS' INVESTMENT CO.
N. BEARDSLEE,
Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. ktA Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturer!   and   Wholesk'.e Dealers In
Pir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.   Shingles,  Sash,  Doors, Mouldings, Etc
BRUSH UP !
good    Whisk.     Here    are a great
Everybody needs at least ONE
variety, prices from 20c to 75c.
with solid ebony handles,
with braided straw handles,
with wire wound handles,
with nickel silver handles.
WHiSKS
OV A I   1      DRUGGIST  and
KlAiLL   OPTICIAN
PHONE 57
OPTICIAN
WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK
FREE
i
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
<K"* 1 *?
With every BOY'S SUIT purchased at
our store on Friday and Saturday we
will give absolutely FREE an Extra
Pair of Knickers. Your choice of any
pair of Knickers in the store.
BOYS' SUITS from $3.00, $4.00 to $15.00
KNICKERS from $1.00  to  $2.00.   FREE
With Each Boy's Suit.
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WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
BOYS' SUITS, WITH EXTRA
KNICKERS TO MATCH
Reid &
The Store of Satisfaction.
601 Columbia Street. Clothiers, Hatters' and Haberdashers f"   fAQB SIX.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,  APRIL   19,  1912.
A Vigilant Unceasing
Cleanliness
at every individual
stage of its
preparation
ATTACKED MASHER.
CEYLON TEA, IT'S SO GLEAN, IT COULDN'T BB CLEANER
BLACK, MSXEfJ OH NATURAL GREEM
SEALED PACKAGES OKLY REFU?^.8.U?1^TUJ *
FREE Sample mailed on enquiry-Address:   SALADA , Toronto
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster Branch. ��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station for-
Vancouver at 5:00, 5:45 and
6:45 a.m. and every 15 minute3
thereafter until 10:00 p.m. After 10:00 p.m. half hourly service until mhinlpht.
Sunday Sei \ Ice.���Cars leave
for Vancouver nt 6:00, 7t00,
t>':00, R:30, n:p(1 nnd O:'10 b m.
Regular week day service prevailing thereafter,
Freight Pei vice���-Cars leave
New Westminster for Vancouver m 7:^��, 11:20, 12:20 and
15-20.
Burnaby Branch���Car-i leave
H .C. E. I!. Co. station for Vnncouver at f>:45. 6:46 and 8:00
a.m.. with hourly service thereafter until 10 p. m. and late car
at 11:30 p. m.
after and late car at 11:30 p.m.
leaves at 8:oo a.m. Regular
week day service thereafter.
Freight Service���-Leave N'ew
Westminster for Vancouver at
8:20.
Lulu Island Branch���(To
Vancouver via Eburne)���Cars
leave D. C. E. R. Co. station at
7:00 a.m. and hourly thereafter
until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Service.���First car
leaves nt 8:00 a.m. Itesular
week day aervlce thereafter.
Freight Service���Leave New
Westminster for Van. at 10:00.
Fraser Valley Branch��� Cars
leave B. C. E. R. Co. station
for Chilliwack and way points
nt 0:30 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10. For
Huntingdon nnd way points at
4:05 p.m.
Sixteen-Year-Old   Girl   Resents  Offensive Man Who Accosts Her.
New York, April 18.���Having been
annoyed for more than a wec'x by ��
man who followed her to and from
public school No. 157, St. Nicholas
avenue and 127th street, Mlss Carrie
Thompson, sixteen years old, of No:
501 West 144th stieet, yesterday
caused thc arrest of John F. Foglla,
who said lie was a cashier living at
:\o 1401 Amsterdam avenue. Magls-
L.a'tc Harris, in tae nunem Ponce
Loan, sentenced Foglia to an indeterminate period in the wonaiouso on
iiiat'Kwell's Island.
Miss Thompson complained to her
lather, James Thompson, last Thursday that a man persisted in accosting her every morning, raising his hat
and greeting her with "Hello, dearie;
may 1 carry your books?" Although
she ignored his attentions, Miss
Thompson said the man waited tor
her alter school hours. Intending to
make an example of his daughter's
annoyer, Mr. Thompson watched the
mnn several days,
Witli Detective Glery, Mr. Thompson followed his daughter yesterday.
The mun tiyped liis hat to her at 136th
street and Amsterdam avenue, and
walked by her side. Receiving no
encouragement, he left the young
woman and hastened through West
132nd street. Near the school he ap-
pioarhed Mlss Thompson again, saying, "Hello, dearie."
Mies Thompson struck him with
her Strapped books an.l the blow staggered him. Mr. Thompson and the detective grabbed him.
BRiriSH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPAN f.
White   Star-Damuiion   Canadian   Service
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SAILING EVERY SATURDAY.
Montrpsi-Ouebec-Liv-rpool (Sun ner). " J
Portland, Me.-Halifax (Westbound Liverpool (Winter).
No trouble with Customs, baggage bonded through to steamer.
Largest and Finest Mail Steamers from Canada
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA.
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 in shipbuilding.    Electric elewitors, electric heaters, skilled orchestra, Wireless and deep sea signaling apparatus.
Kirst-c.ass, $02.50; second-class, $53.75;    third-class,    (closed   rooms),
$32.50.
Comfort at moderate rates by excellent one-class (I I) cabin service.
S.S. Twin-Screw 'TEUTONIC, S.S. Twin-Screw CANADA,
5s-j feet long. 514 feet long.
���Largest, fastest steamer Canadian-Liverpool I one-class (II) cab'.n
serv ice.
Hest accommodation given $50,00 up. third-class (closed rroms), $'1 25.
Company's Office. Room "B" Bailey Builc'inn, Seonc1 and Cherry Ste,
Seattle, or H. E. Goulet, C.P.R. Agent,  and'w.   F.  Butcher,  G.  N.   R.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Paving of Alexander Street.
Schedule showing tlie real property
immediately benefited and the proportion in which the assessment is made
on per foot frontage:
Frontage.
Bk. I��t Assessed Owner,    leet.   Amt.
U.,    1 ,Kdmonds,  Wm.   ,| t��5.!.i2,$ 01.8a
i   2 jOvena, Thomas . j 32.00]   3o.'j5
I   3 .Cunningham,
I | Geo. and Thos., 32.0tii 30.95
I M ICunningliam, Jas.' 32.97] 30.95
I 5 jcunnlngham, Jas., 32.971 30.95
I o |Peter��, a.u. & H.| 05.92; 61.89
121WHI I I
lofl-^iCunulnKlium, Jasi 65.93] 01.90
I 3 jMajOiibunk, Q. .., 66.92] 61.89
I 4 JHankey, u. .v. ... 66.921 Bl.89
I   5 JHanhey, u. a. ..   05.92!   (ji.go
I       I 527.39|$496.15
Notice Is hereby given tliat the Corporation of the City of New Westminster Intends to pass a Local Improvement   Assessment   By-law   assessing
the properties in the schedule abo\e
mentioned the   sums   of   money   annually for thirty   years   set   opposite
each lot, and a Court of Revision for
the  trial   of  complaints  and   appeals
ngainst the assessment so proposed to
be made will be held on Tuesday, the
7th day of May, 1912, commencing at
10  o'clock  ln  the  forenoon,  at    the
Councll  Chamber in  the  City    Hall,
New  Westminster,  British  Columbia,
nnd  any  notice of appeal  from such
Intended assessment must be served
upon the    Cleric    of    tho    Municipal
Council at least eight days prior   to
auch Court oX Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Da'.cd till* ISth '7.ny of April, 1912.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Notice is hereby given that I sliall
at the expiration of thirty clays from
the date of the lirst publication hereof cancel from the books of the Land
Registry Office, New Westminster,
B.C., a certain agreement for sale,
dated the 25th day of Kel.ruary, inm
existing between Charles a. Brown, as
vendor, of Vancouver, li. v., and Moulton Shank as purchaser, formerly of
Vancouver, B. C; said agreement for
sale covering tlie east half of lot 8,
and the west bull of lot 9, block 1, being a subdivision of ra.sl half of lot
15S, group 1, New Westminster district,
C. 8. ICfii MJ,
District Regiuur,
Kew Weatminater, B, ('
Dated at the Land Retfstrv Office,
N'ew Westminster, fi.C, this 12th day
uf April, 1912.
To MOULTON SHANK, ESQ.
Grand Trunk System
S.S. "Prince George" leaves Vancouver
at 12 midnight every Monday for
Prince Rupert, connecting with S.S.
"Prince John" for Port SimpBon, Port
Nelson, Granby Bay (Goose Bay),
Stewart, Naden Harbor, Massett and
other points on Queen Cnarlotte
Islands.
S.S. "Prince George" leaves Vancouver
at 12 midnight every Saturday for
Victoria arid Seattle.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FRATERNAL.
1. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 17���
1 he rogular meeting of Amity lodge
Nc. 27, I. O. O. F.. la held every Monday night at 8 o'clock In Odd Fel
lows hall, corner Carnarvon and
Eighth street. Visiting brethern
cordially Invited. II. W. Harrison,
N. G.; C. B. Bryson, V. G.; Jamos
Ferguson, P. C, recording seere
tary; K. B. Purdy, financial seere
tary.
S.S. "Prince Albeit" will leave Vancouver April 22nd and the 3rd, 13th
and 23rd of each month thereafter for
Hardy Bay, Rivers Inlet, Namu, Ocean
Falls, Bella Bella, Swanson Bay, Lowe
Inlet, Claxton, Prince Rupert and
Skenna River Canneries.
Grand Trunk passenger trains leave
Prince Rupert at 1:00 p. in, Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays for points
east.
Through Tickets to Eastern destinations, Standard and Tourist Sleepers,
Meals a la carte. Special rates in
May, June, July, August and September.
STENOGRAPHY    4     TYPFWRITINO
IISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business let
tera, etc.; circular work taken
Phone 416. Rear ot Major and
Savage'a ofllce, Columbia St.
The
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 tlie Pacnic,
ln Cuba throughout tbe Island;
also ln Porto Rico, Bahamas,
Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad,
New York and London,, Eng.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal towns nnd
cities In the world. These ex-
celent connections afford every
banklnc facility.
New Westminster Branch,
Lawford  Richardson,  Mgr.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER
Local  Improvement Notice.
Twelfth Street Improvements.
The Municipal Council of the City o.
New Westminster liaving by Resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following
works, that is to say:
To construct cement sidewalks,
Btorm sewers, paved roadway, grading and works contingent thereto, on
Twelfth stieet from Fifth avenue to
the city limits on Tenth avenue, and
that said works be carried out In accordance with the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General By-law,
1912."
And the City Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the
Council in acocrdance with the provisions of the said bylaw upou the said
works giving statements showing tlie
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various poi tlons of real
pio;erty to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Asscsor having been adopted by the CounciL
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at the
juice of tne City Assesor, City Hall,
Columbia street , New Westminster,
B. C, and Hut unless a petition
.against tlie proposed works above
���.uentinned signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged in re-
sM-ct of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof is presented to the Council within fifteen
days from the date of the first publication -of tiiis notice the Council
will proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and
conditions as to the payment cf the
cost of such improvements as the
Council may by by-law In that behalf
regulate and determine and also to
make the said assesment.
nated This 17th day of April. A. D.
1912.
W.   A.   DTTNCAN.
Citv   Clerk.
Dne ot first publication April ISth.
1*12.
When you go to the Old Country let
us make reservations for you���all
Transatlantic lines represented. If
you have friends or relatives to bring
out, give us their names and addresse3
and we will do the rest.
Exchange Your Travel Troubles   with
Us for Comfort and Plea:ure.
H. G. SMITH, C. P. R. & T. A.
527 Granville St.     Tel. Seymour 7100.
Vancouver, B.C,
PROFESSIONAL.
JOHNSTON & JACKSON, barristers
at-law, so!lcito:s, etc. Offices, Rooms
6 and 7 Ellis block, Columbia street
Cable Address' "Stonack." Code:
Western Union. Telephone, 1070.
Adam Smith Johnston anl Frank
Alexander Jackson.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS���Barrls
ters and Solicitors, Westminster
Trust block, Columbia street, New
Westminster, B.C. Cable address
"Whiteside," Western Union. P.O.
Drawer 200. Telephone 69. W. J.
Whiteside. II. L. Edmonds.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up) ...$15,413,000.00
RESERVE    $15,000,000.0i>
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, England, Ntw Tork, ChUago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
balking business transacted. Letters ot Credit laautd, available with
correspondenta in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank D��r��rtme�����Deposlti-
received in sums of $1 and upward,
tud interest ailowei at 3 per cent, per
*nnuni   (prese'it  rate).
Total  Assets  over 1186.000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTKR
solicitor and notary, CIO Columbia
atreet.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
LOCAL   IMPROVEMENT   NOTICE
CITY   OF  NEW   WtSTMINSER,  B.C.
Board of Health Department.
The Board of Health Department is
about to start a campaign for the
cleaning up of all buck yards and vacant lots ln the clly, and the hearty
'���o-oj.eral Ion of the citizens in general
is asked in this regard.
A e'ean city is one of the heBt ada.
we can  have, and we feel sure that
the citizens appreciate this to tlie full.
Mt extent.      The binning up    of all
gaste paper, etc., the cleaning away
If a^hes nnd other refuse, and a thorough (leaning up will go a Ions: way
toward 1 <!i\inc ns a cltv beautiful.
THE   BOARD   OP   HEALTH   DEP.
S.  .  PEARCE.
Health Ins; ector
The Municipal Council of the Corporation 01 tae Uity of Ne,v Westminster having by Resolution deteiutfued
uid  specified that it is desirable to
arry out the folowing works, ttoai is
0 say:
1 a) To pave Front street from
Eighth stieet to tiie northerly end ot
'.lie Schaake Macnine Vvorks tor ��
*iJth of lit feet; lay water mains,
gutters, instal electric street lighting
system, and auy other works contingent thereto.
(bi To construct sanitary and
storm sewers fiom Lot 1 to Lot 15.
City Block seven (7)
And that the said works shall be
carled out iu acocrUance with tne
provisions of the "Local Improvement
General  By-law 1009."
And the City Engineer and the City
Assessor having reported to the Council in acoi dance with the provisions
of the eald by-iaw upon tho said
works, giving statements , showing
the amounts to be chargeable against
the vaiioim portions of real propeity
to be benefited by the said works
and other particulars, and the said
reports of the said City Engineer and
City Assessor having beeu adopted
by  the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are opon for inspection to tho
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. C., and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority ol
the owners of the land or real propel ty to be assessed or charged in respect of such works representing at
leaHt one-half in value thereof Is presented to the Council within fifteen
daya from tiie date of the first publication of this notice, the Councll
wiil proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and
conditions as to puyment of the cost
of such Improvements as tlie Council
may by By-law In tbat behalf regulate nnd determine and also to make
the   said  assessment.
Dated this twentieth day of March
A. D. 1912.
Wl A. DUNCAN.
Cltv Ole''-.
Datn of first puhll"aMon tv.erity.fi ry'
day  of  March  A.  D.  7012.
Special low rates to all Eastern
.joints will be on sale commencing
May 2; good to return up to October
il. These rates can be used for passengers going to the Old Country.
For particulars and reservations
EO. GOULET, Agent
New Westmlnstei
Or H. W. Brodie, Q.P.A., Vancouver
REMOVAL NOTICE
D. V. Lewthwaite
CABINET  MAKER  AND
UPHOLSTERER.
New Westminster, B. C
Workshop 611   Victoria  Street.
(Over Daily  News.)
Sprig lamb, Beef,
Pork Motion, and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
JUST OPENED UP
Summer Goods for Suiting
Hee Chung
Merchant Tailor
701 Front Street
Perfect fit and workmanship guaranteed.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE t
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Booms 7 and t
Oulchon block, corner Columbia anC
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
Tille street. F. C. Wade, K. C,
A. Whealler, W. O. McQuarrie, Q. E
Martin, Geo. Cassady.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrister-at
law, solicitor, etc; comer Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Weet
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
Sole agent for]
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Waters,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured hy
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B. C.      I
Telephone R 113  Office:  Princess St,
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST
minster Board of Trade meets in the
hoard room, City Hall, as followH
Third Friday of eacli month; ipiar
terly meeting on the third Priday of
February, May, August and Novem
ber at X p in. Annual meetings oi>
the third Priday of February. New
members may be proposed ani1
elected nt any monthly or uuarterlv
meeting. S. II. Stuart Wade, seere
tary.
t*. G. GARDINER.
A.  L. MERCEH
Phone 388.
P. O. Box 537.
JACKSON PRINTING CO.
Fine Office Stationery
Job Printing of Every
Description - - - Butter
Wrappers a Specialty
Market Square, New Westminster.
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone   661. Box  772
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone R672,
619 Hamilton St
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 203 Front Street.
Phone R 619.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offtoe   Phone  185.      Barn Phone   137
Begbie Street.
Bftggage Delivered Promptly to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICI���TPAM   OfcW>l
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761.
Cor. 6th and Columbia
r
^
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8>��  to 26  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent*
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
���      Ttnth   St..   N��w   Westminster
\��*mmnam*aaaa**a*t***i mm, 1*   ��� aaaaw
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
New additional steamer to Prince
Rupert, Goose 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 Dally
12:00 Midnight Saturday Only
For Nanaimo.
2 p.m Dally except Sunday
For Seattle.
10 a.m. and 11 p.m. Dally.
Chilliwack (rom Westminster 8 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
��� ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
H. W. BRODIE,
O. P   A.. Vancouver
WE WANT YOUR ORDER
CASH IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CAN'T.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Just legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCHIS0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
J. Newsome & Sons;
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567V
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C.
TRY
TRY
.TRI
On Chong Co.
Merchant Tailors
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Suit Made-
toOrder at reasonable prices. Spring
Goods Just arrived. First-ClasB Fit
and  Work Guaranteed.
OIN GHONG CO.
Merchant Tailors
24 Mcinnis  St., Ctty.
The Continuous
Growth of a Bank
CAN MEAN BUT ONE THING
���THAT THE SERVICE IT
RENDER8 ITS CUSTOMERS
MAKE8 FOR PERMANENT
BU8INESS  RELATIONS.
THE
Bankofloronto
WITH MORE THAN 55 YEARS
OF CONTINUOUS GROWTH
AND 8ATI8FACTORY SERVICE,  INVITES
SAVINGS AND
BUSINESS ACCOUNTS
CAPITAL $4,600,000
REST $5,600,000
NEW WE8TMIN8TER,    B. C.
BRANCH
J. GRACEY, MANAGER.
*J B^B^B^B^B^H
FRIDAY,  APRIL   19,   1912.
THE DAILY NEWS. S
^^""^"^\
fir     smtf*^:..    PlOB BBVllt.   ��������
of circumstances again gives Stark's Ltd. the chance to save
a lot of money for the New Westminster Buying Public.
We have just bought the entire stock of the  McCandless
Bros. & Cathcart Shoe Co., of Victoria, B. C, at the
rediculous price of 50c. on the dollar for spot cash.
ALL THE FINEST AMERICAN AND ENGLISH GOODS.
Store closed Thursday and Friday to receive
and   mark  the  goods  at  quick  sale   prices.
at 9 am
Be Here
The Greatest Aggregation of Mammoth Bargains Ever Offered.
We Can Supply the Family at a Saving That Will Make You Feel Like Buying More.
Wc Have No Space to Quote Prices
Come and See the Store.
Everything Marked in Plain Figures.
TEN EXTRA SALESMEN WANTED
Look for the
Red and
White Signs
STARK'S LTD.
445 Columbia street.
"The Money Saving Store"
FORTY-NINE ENTRIES IN
AUTO GRAND PRIX RACE
Parle, Aprll 18.���With forty-nlne
fully paid entries and the prospect of
more at double fees, the grand prlx
race at the Automobile Club of
France, to be run during the second
fortnight In June, Is already assured of
success. It wlll have the largest number of entrants of any European race
run during the past flve or six years,
Tor the 1908 grand prlx, which made a
record In this respect, had Just forty-
nine cars.
The grand prlx Is unique by reason
of the distance to be covered. It has
been decided that the test shall comprise a race of 1200 miles, to be covered in two consecutive days, the cars
lo be placed ln a garage under military guardianship at the close of the
lirst day, and only handed over to
the irrespective drivers a few minutes
before the start of the second day's
racing. It is considered by the racing
Ixmrd that the stamina of the various
'cars can only be revealed by a long
distance test of this nature.
The French firms taking part in tho
race are: Lorratne-Deltrlch, four
cars; Peugeot four carB; Darracq,
four; Gregorle, four; Alcyon, three;
Vlnot. & Decqulngand, three; Salzalre
& Naudln, three; 8chnelder, three
Koecklln, one; and Cote, two. The
EngllBh   cars   already entered   aro:
v.......    f
Sunbeam, four; Singer, two; Vauxholl,
three, Arrol-Johnston, three, and Cal-
thrope, three. Germany sends one
Mathls car, Belgium is represented by
. an Excelsior, and at present the only
' American entrant Is a Ford, put in by
Henri Depass, the selling agent of the
company In France. All the cars are
four-cylinder models, with the exception of the two Cotes and the Koek-
lln, which are two-cycle types.
Makes Hair Grow
Ryall has an invlgorator that will
grow hair or money back.
The time to take care of your hair
Is when you have hair to take care of.
If your hair ls getting thin, gradually, falling out. it cannot be long before the spot appears.
The greatest remedy to stop the
hair from falling is SALVIA, the
Great American Hair Grower, flrst
discovered In England. SALVIA furnishes nourishment to the hair roots
nnd acts so quickly that people are
amazed.
And remember, It destroys the
Dandruff form, the little pest that
Baps the life that should go to the
hair from tho roots.
SALVIA ls so'd by Ryall under a
positive guarantee to cire Dandruff,
stop Falling Hair and Itching S-alp
ln ten days, or money back. A large
bottle costs 60c. The word "SALVIA."
(Latin for sage)  la on every bottle.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for tt il the stuff tbat the foundations of wealth and happiness ara built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now aud to invest for what shall ba needed In tha future.   Money cannot ba Invested until tt is first savad.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINQ8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.    Columbia, cornar Eighth street.
A. L. DEWAR. General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Managsr.
W. R. QILLEY, Phono 122. O. E. QILLEY, Phone 291.
Phonos, Office 10 and 10.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME. SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED QRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND. PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B.C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMBER POR  HOUSE  BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
 1���������,���i���Opi	
Now ia the time to build forjsale or rent while prices are low
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
BEEF
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS PAGE EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAV, APRIL  19, 1912.
MAPLE LEAF
ft
PAINTS
VARNISHES
and STAINS
Brushes and
Painters'
Supplies
Sold and Guaranteed by
ANDERSON & LUSBY
City News
Tonight Welsh concert ln Sixth
Avenue Methodist church and tlcketB
only 25 cents. ������
The board of trade will meet this
evening nt 8 o'clock in the board of
trade rooms.
Eighth street Bakery, freBh crumpets dully.   A. Hardman. Phone LIDO.
We aro headquarters for potted
plants, Davies, tho florist, corner
Agnes and Sixth stieets.    Plione !)!>7.
The Ladies of the Maccabees will |
hold an at home tiiis afternoon at the j
residence of Mrs. Bowell, Sixth !
aVenue and Eighth street, to which j
all friend's are ln\ttcd. Tho time is .
from 3 to 6 o'clock.
. ���    I
Are von going to   build ?   Do   yot)
want money at 6 per cent. ?   Then see ,
the    Universal    Home    Seem ity   Co ,
Office in the People's Trust Block. ���* i
B. & M. FISH
Red Spring Salmon, rer lb 15c
wi.iip Spi ing Baldnra ter lh l��c
Fresh Halibut ihaif* Whole), lb...Re
Freih Cod thrflt ol whole), per lb.. .Re
Roval Sturgeon, per lb 1B0
Fresh Mackerel   - lbs. for 35c
Smo'ted Spring Salmon, per lb 80c
537 Front St.   -   Phone 301
Kighth
now re- j
and    it |
will be
i
Special- j
am 9:30 i
oppolnt-1
B'ock. '
**
I   I
AS ONE OF TI1K UNDENIABL0
FACTS THAT IN THE MIDST OF
LIFE WH ARK IN DEATH. THAT
OUGHT TO TEACH YOU THE WISDOM OF TAKING ,Ol'T A LIFE INSURANCE POLK*** FOR THE PROTECTION OF "'TOl'R .FAMILY
AGAINST MONEY LOSS WHEN
YOU DIE.   YOC OWE IT TO them.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St..
Pbone   62. New  Westminster,
SEASONABLE
Moth Bags
Moth Balls
Camphor
Seeds
Lawn Grass Seed
Blue Stone
Kodaks
Liquid Veneer
Household Ammonia
Silver Polish
THE BEST OF EACH
The  isolation  hospital  on
street and Tentli  avenue is
celving the finishing touches,
Is anticipated that the work
all completed by next week.
Dr. H. K. Hope, D. O. Eye
1st, can be consulted daily fr
to 'l2 and 1 to 6 ior later by
ment),   at  room    2,   Col'.istei
l'hone 1121.
The New Westminster Graduate
Nuises' registration ball will tuke
place this evening. Besides the dancing, cards will be played by those desirous of doing so.
The Herbert Giiloy property on
Queens avenue, Eighth and Ash
streets has been placed on the market
and will be sold on and after April
I-I Kellington & Hendry, realty
brokers, aie handling this subdivision.
Wong Sing, a Chinaman, received
n caution, and was find $1 and costs
at yesterday's police court. His
offence was a violation of the sanitary
by-law by havin; a drain emptying
from a wash house into Koyal avenue.
An application has been made by
the school trustees tor a permit for
the building of the new school on
the Lord Kelvin site, the contract for
whieh has been let. Messrs. Gardner
and Mercer are the architects, Mr.
Forrester tlie builder.
Mr. Robert Groves was married yesterday to Miss .Vary Niabet at 815
ito.. al avenue. The ceremony waB a:-
tciule.l by many of the couple's
friends and relations a:ul went o;T
very successfully. Miss Bella Groves
was bridesmaid and Mr. Thomas
Groves groomsman. The newly married couple will reside ia Sappertoh.
A pleasant surprise party was given
on Wednesday at tiie home of .Mrs. G.
H. Innes, when a goodly number of
ber Mends and relatives gathered to
ce'ebratb her Seventy-seventh birthday. Mrs. James Innes and Mrs.
WUej ; i-iided over the tea table.
��� . r an enjoyable time tlie company
tlc.arteci,  all   wishing   her  many   rc-
��� ..:... ol  tho happy occasion.
i
Miss Irene Bucholz. daughter of ^r.
ii Bucholz, '.'.11 Keary street, and
Mr. Waller 11. Wilson were united in
man; ge on Wednesday evening at
(he home of the former, Kev. E. D.
Braden performing the ceremony.
The bride wa3 attended by her sister.
Miss Martha Ilucholz, ' while Mr.
Clyde Bucholz acted as best man. The
happy couple left on an early train
for Seattle and on their return will
reside in the city, where the groom
is employed.
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
HAS NOW OPENED ITS NEW
BRANCH AT 217 COLUMBIA ST..
SAPPERTON. **
Housebreaker Heldup.
Held at the point of a loaded re-
volver In.a second-hand store until |
the arrival of the police, Richard Mani \
nlns was this morning charged with j
housebreaking and theit. He pleaded
not guilty and was remanded until \
Mommy for trial.
It was while Manning was attempting to dispose of a suit case that be- I
longed to Dr. Madden that he was ar- ,
rested. The police say that In his :
100m they found other goods that had j
been stolen.
The  residence of  Dr.  Madden and'
Dr.  Moshler was    entered  Thuraday. j
Clothing,to the value of over $150 was !
stolen,   The police were notified, and J
they In turn Instructed    second-bun-.! j
stores to he on guard for attempted
sale of the stolen floods.   When Manning entered Goodman's that gentleman telephoned the rolice, and until
they came he held  Manning   at th��
point ot a gun.
Manning claims that he got the
suitcase from a boy on the street.
.John McBride and Richard Clayton,
WhQ; came -to', the station after Manning's arrest and asked for him, were
arrested on suspicion. McBride had
just been released.ufter spending four
months ln Lethbrldge jail for theft.
Clayton is not knowa locally, and
when arraigned on a charge of vagrancy protested vehemently. Both
men were , remanded until Monday,
nnd In the meantime the police will
investigate their connection with the
case.
To the court Clayton asserted that
he had Just come to Calgary. He
said he arrived with $286 and that
after a single day he woke up In a
hotel with $7 left. He claimed that
he had gone to the police station to
Identify a man held there as the one
who had taken his roll.
MISS   DUDELSACK   SCORED
STRONGLY  AT OPERA
"Miss Dudelsack" drew a gor 1
house last night, and proved a great
success. Mlss Lulu Glaser's acting
wns delightful and Mr. Thomas Rl-t'-
ards played the part of Johnnv Mac
excellently. The singing was verv
tuneful and a pood orchestra proved
unusually acceptable. In short a flne
success all round.
j Miss Cave-Browne-Cave
L. R. A. M.       A. R. C. M.
Member of the  Incornorated  Society
of MiiBirlans  (EnelandL
(Successor to Mrs. Reginald Dndd.l
Teacher of Pianoforte, Violin,
Singing, Theory, Harmony,
Counterpoint    and    Musical
S Form.
LESSONS BY CORRESPONDENCE
For terms, etc.. apply    51    Dufferin
Street, New Westminster. Phone Kill
*mm*m
FURNITURE
Bought and Soid.
Highest Price Given.
Auction SaBes
Conducted on Commission.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer and Real  Estate Agent.
421 Colnmula St.   '
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO G00D8
SPECTACLES
SEEDS
ANCE
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;   Res   71.
New    We����mln��ter.    B    C
We  Have  Everything In
Shaving Necessities
Brushes, Razors, Strops, After.
shave  Creams,  powders, eet.
See our window display.
MUlR'S drug store
Dispensing Chemists, Etc.
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St
New Westminster. CO.
Insurance is a system devised to protect you
from loss in case of fire or accident, and in
case of death to provide indemnity for your
family.
Fire, Life and Accident
insurance is recognized by the foremost business and financial men as an essential safeguard. Every man has something worth
insuring, it may be property, life or health
or all three.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, Employers'
Liability. Automobile and Marine Insurance
CALL OR PHONE 88 FOR RATES
Bargains That Make Early Morning
Shopping Most Profitable
Bargains to Help You in Your Spring Buying
The Smith Store is Out to Beat its Own Record for
Splendid Values.   Behind Every Sale is Our
Guarantee of Satisfaction
Women's Suits, to Sell for Little Money, $10.50
Very desirable arc these suits made of fine homespuns, Venetians, tweeds and panama; showing all this
season's style touches; in coat and skirt. Coats in most cases are satin lined with trimmings on
collar and cuffs; others plain tailored Btyles. In a good selection of pretty greys, blue, green, loupe
brown, navy and black; sizes 34, 3K, 38;  values regular $15 to $-'5.00.      Friday   Bargain, euch $10.50.
Coats thai are Big Bargains Friday, $9.50 Each
The splendid values offered ln the mantle department have made lt known far and wide und when
those extra low prices are cut down as much as half in some In stances, then It's bargain giving In
earnest, more so being right now when coasts are needed; come early as you can; come ut eight ir
you would get tho very best bargains. Women's Spring Coats in light weight plain and reversible
tweeds ancl coatings; very suitahle garments for Immediate wear; shown In grey, navy and fawn;
some trimmed collar, revers und cuffs; all sizes; values regular $18.50 to $20.00." Friday Bargain
each    $9.50
Great Silk offering, 35c Per Yard
Special purchase sale of flnepeiu de chine sill;; soft satin finish; width 10 inches; in shades of co|x?n-
hagen, sky, mauve, plum, myrtle, royal, tan, brown, nnvy und black; value worth 50c. Friday Bargain,
per yard '      35c
UMBRELLA SPECIALS
Men's and women's umbrellas with good strong covers, steel rods and frames; handle* nre well assorted In horn and natural woods: values to $1.25. Fii-
day Bargain, c ��h      75c
Children's Umbrellas with strong cover and frame,
Etee! tub?: large assortment of neat bandies, Friday Bargain, each      40c
RIBBON SALE���25c.
These arc ribbons shown mostly In the lighter
���1 frej hen up the prices, v.'e offer them at
half price In some cases; widths from 5 to 0^
inches; values regular ;ific to 50e. Friday Ba>-g"|n
per yard         2^c
WAIST BARGAINS.
Women's fine  linen,  lawn    and  vesting wnlsts;     in
plain  tailored  and fancier styles;  all    sizes;   values
to $2.25.    Friday Bargain, each $1-25
Women's Print Waistj in a good selection of li;-'ht
and dark patterns; with long or short sleeves;
values up to $1.25.   Friday Bargain, each  50c
CORSET    BARGAINS.
Women's Corsets, made of flne Frencli coutllle; with
tun proof steels; styles short or long below waist
line: sizes 19 to 25; values to $1.50. Friday Bargain, per pair      95c
Women's Cotton Corset Covers and Drawers; plain
embroidered and lace trimmed, values to 40c. Friday Bargain      25c
Women's Night Gowns "and Skirts of fine white
lawn; lace anj embroidery trimmed; values to $1.25.
Friday   Bargain      75c
Black Petticoats; ln moire and sateen, with narrow
and deep frill;   values    to   $2.00.      Friday   ;$irgaln
each      ;      *1-25
Women's Black Sateen Wrappers; loose styles with
belt; values $2.50 to $3.00. Friday Bargain, at
each          *1-50
CHILDREN'S  DRESSES.
Little Dresses of Gingham and Percale; fitting ages
from 3 to 10 years; gool assortment ot styles and
colors;   values    to $1.50. Friday Bargain, each $1-26
Children's Serge Reefer Coats; ln navy trimmed
witn pipings of red on collar and revers; brass buttons; sizes fitting 6 to 12 years; values to $1.50.
Friday   Bargain, each  $1.50
UNDERWEAR  SPECIALS.
Women's Fine Cotton Vests; ln long, short and no
sleeve  styles.    Friday Bargain   2 for 25c
Women's White Cotton Vests and Drawers; lisle
linish; lace trimmed vests; in long, short or no
Bleeve styles; drawers knee length; ln both styles;
values  to 40c. Friday Bargain, garment 30c
NECKWEAR BARGAINS.
Side Jabots in pleated styles of net and lawn;
white only; values to 75c. Friday Bargain, each 35c
Han:l Bags of Black Velvet, with cord handles;
Get man  sliver mountings;    values    $2.25.      Friday
Bargain,   each *1,75
Gloves for Women of Chamois Fabric; ln natural
shades; spring fasteners; values 50c. Friday Bargains, pair   ��� 35e
Women's Fine Kid Gloves; ln shades of navy and
green; two spring fasteners; values $1.50. Friday
Bargain,  pair  ���1-00
Pin  Waists  Sets of three, set with stones;  values
3jc.    Friday    Bargain, per card  20c
White   Cotton Tape. Friday Bargain, 3 doz. for 10c
HOSIERY  BARGAINS.
Children's  Fine   Ribbed    Cotton Hose;  In tan    or
black;  extra strong; sizes 8 to 10; values 25c. Friday Bargain,   per pair 15c
Women's Fancy Spot Hosiery; in shades of green,
white, mauve, rose or black; cotton and cashmere
mixtures; all sizes; values regular SOc. Friday Bargain, per pair 30c
Children's Fine   Cashmere   Hose;    odd   lines;    in
shades of tan, cream and black; sizes   4   to   5M>;
values  to 35c.    Friday Bargain, per pair  2��c
FRIDAY A DAY OF
WONDERFUL BAR-
GAINS IN THE STAPLE
SECTION
Damask and Mercerized Table Cloths, hemmed;
11���" B 45, 52 and 00 inches square; i.ood aaiOlt-
ment of patterns; values regular to $1.00. Friday
Ba rgalo,   each    75s
Tea Cloths an i Sideboard Scarfs; hemstitched, witli
fancy embroidered design j; Bize 30x30 and 18x",4
Inches; values regular 75c. Friday Bargain,
each   60;
���'.'inch Apron Linen Dowlas; extra quality wid
weight; value legular 25c. Friday Bargain, per
yard   v.  20c
GINCHAMS   AND   GALLATEAS.
In an enormous range   of    patterns   und   colors,
widths   ubout  28   inches;   our regular    15c    values.
Friday   Bargai n 7 yards for 90c
5 >-inch Bleached Table Damask; with pattern;
value regular 50c. Friday Bargain, per yard ...40c
3ti-lnch Curtain Scrim an.l Art Muslin; bordered
und plain pat tei ns; in light and medium colorings;
values to  20c.    Friday Bargain, per yard  HV/o
White Curtain Muslin; widths to 48 Inches; In fancy
patterns, stripes and figured effects; values to 35c.
1 riday   Bargain, per yard  20c
Best English Prints; in light and medium shades;
widths 31 Inches; values 15c. Friday Bargain, fer
yarl 12'/2c
Glass Towels of flne all linen quality; with colored
border; size 2 3^x36 Inches; values regular 25c.
Friday   Bargain, each  20c
Mercerized Table Napkins; size 20 Inches; hemmed
ready for use; values $1.50. Friday Bargain, per
dozen   $1.25
3S-lnch Victoria Lawn; value regular 12^c. Friday
Bargain, per   yard  10c
Six pairs only, Cotton Sheets; extra quality;
slightly soiled; size 80x90 inches; values regulur
$2.75.    Friday Bargain, per pair  $1-95
29-Inch Striped Flannelette; In many shades. Friday Bargain  ��� yard* for 45c
36-inch White Cotton; pure finish. Friday Bargain,
per yard    8'/2c
White Cotton Huek Towels, with hemmed ends
and Damask bolder; size 18x30; values 40c. Friday Bargain,   per pair  30c
18-inch Linen Crash. Friday Bargain, per yard 8'/L>=
40-lnch Cotton Pillow Cases, with deep hem. Friday Bargain,   perpair 2<>c
33-Inch   Unbleached Cotton;  etxra weight.   Filday
Bargain, per   yard   8i/2c
Bedspreads, heavy honeycomb; with fringed ends;
size 68x94 Inches; ln navy and grey effects; values
$1.35.   Friday Bargain, each    11-00
White Turklah Towels; size 20x40 inches; good
weight;   values SOc.   Friday Bargain, per pair ..40c
HANDKKRCHIEFS.
Women's   size;  hemstitched lawn with op*n work.
Friday   Bargain  4 for 25c
Fancy Hat Pi��"��: ���� P"*"* styl���B'   FrldttJ'3 ^Voe
at         or
EMBROIDERY   SPECIAL.
Fine White Embroidery;   in   Edgings   and   Insertions;   Jidtha to 3 inches; values to 12*c.   Friday
Bargain, per   yard '/a
Hair Nets; in all the wanted shades; values IPe.
Friday   Bargain, each  '	
Hair Pads; fo ��*��, medium and dark shades;
values 40c.   Friday Bargain, each   ��<=
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