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 New Westminster.
What attractions does New    ��"st-
mliiBter offer Industries T   Tr   fjigc
and  waterfront sites, railwi   ^und
ocean  transportation. cr
�����
VOLUME 8,  NVMB
GERMAN MILiiARY
DIRIGIBLE SEIZED
ibtorai
Today,
and the lower
^^^^^^^^^^        lerate winds;
hlefly cloudy anif ��n,ild. with occaa-
Carrying   Ten   Passengers
Zeppelin IV Lands in
France.
Claim Were Lost In Clouds and Short
of Gasoline���Ciused  Much
Excitement. ,
Lunevlllc,    Franc i,    April    3.
-The
DISCUSS METHOD TO
EXTERMINATE SEALS
Western Committee of  Fisheries Ad
4
visory Board Hear Suggestions
of Fishermen.
INCREASE STMT
AT SUBSTATION
OUTLINE POLICY
OF ASSOCIATION
Seeking views from thc fishermen
who earn their living on the Fraser
river, as to the best methods that can
be employed in Improving the present
fishing situation and more especially
ihe ways and means to exterminate
the seals that play havoc with the
Fraser river salmon, a meeting of the
Western Committee of tbe Fisheries
Advisory Board, which consists of Do-
Western Canada Power Co. Many Valuable Reports at
Prepare to Deliver Power j   Specitl Meeting of Pro-
to B. C. E. R.
The operating Btaff at the substation
of the Western Canada Power company located at Sapperton haB been
doubled during the past few days,
which is an indication that the com
pany expects a large volume of business during the next few months.
This Increase haa been made large
gressives.
Financial  Position of  Publicity  Cam
palgn���Secretary's Trip to England Explained.
HOSPITAL
EXCLUDE PRESS
The special meeting of the Progres-
Herman military dirigible airship Zep- f ,, , c|tv and Mr D M Mclntyre ly owins t0 the ,act that lhe B.CJB.R. j slve association held last evening In
plin IV, made tt landing In the military i ,. ,���in'latrr of fisheries i'or the recently completed arrangements for | Ihe city hall was marked by the read-
parade grounds here today and was : ���J,v,n���J ��������� Z.-a ,��� ,i���, riahnrv h,,ilrt ib��yinK '�� the neighborhood of 50,000 ; Ing of some very valuable reports by
Seised by the Freuch authorities. The P������ J^t.-?" IrVl,', M.nv of the 'horBe Power from the stave Lakp c0,n : President F. P. Smith, Secretary W. L.
incident has caused tremendous ex "K , ��������.!*""���,���,.��,����� i Pan>'- a portion of which will be dis Darling and chairmen of variouB coni-
citement. ' ,, ,, ., ��� ��������' i tributed from the Sapperton station mitteeB on the progress of the associa-
Thc German officers aboard the air- , r ,.yJev<,rI' 0"<> ��L ,-T . ��?I; N'����' that 'he company's lines are all ; tion since its inauguration, their preB-
 -���   ���   ���-   :"'k'*'�����l'-l>'"l   ���""'   :";reRd.. that_Jhp ! in  working order  the    linemen    are | ent position  and  their plans for the
Despite Objections by Some
Members Resolution Is
Passed.
Despite tbe earnest appeals of Alder-
j man Kellington, that they were spending publlc money and that therefore
the public and press should be admitted to all board meetings, tbe board
of directors of the Koyal Columbian
hospital yesterday passed a resolution excluding the press from that particular meeting.
The resolution was Instituted by the
Bhlp explained that they hftd been
lost In the clouds and did not know
they had crossed the French frontier.
The InhnbltantB of the eastern fron
tier regions of France have been agitated the last few weeks over reports
that Gtrinun dirigibles had been observed or heard frequently hovering
over the forts
those of th
land, nev
tiated
REARRANGEMENT OE
CIVIC DEPARTMENTS
License Collection Department Placed
Under Control of City Treasurer
���Other Changes.
A part rearrangement and addition
to tbe personnels of tbe staffs of various civic departments, whicb involves
the city treasurer's office, health and
license offices and the building inspector's office is at present being carried
out in the City Hall.
.Mr. W. K. Mallen, the well known
hockey player, has joined the staff of
the city treasurer's office and It Is expected that Sandy Cray will also do
so about the middle cf the month.
The increase In the staff of the ac-
CANNOT OPERATE
PASSENGER TRAINS
Construction Company May
Operate Freight Service
to Hope.
Gather Forces to Commence Wcrk on
Tunnel to Vancouver���Route
Not Decided.
remarks of Mr. George Small who par- j counting department has been neces
tlcularly objected to the admiBBlon of
the press at all board meetings on account of the alleged erroneous reports
of previous meetings of the board
which had appeared in the papers. He
was particularly acrid in his remarks
against the  preBs, Btating that many
seulB do great damage to the fishing ;buglly  (,ngaged   in  building  a  Bccond j future. meeting   to
determine   the   number   killed   ss   tb* U* company   will  be  able  to  supply   tag ofany ��e��.Uve &1,"   tt^fflptt  of  other
animals  sink   to   the   bottom   immed-[lts  omtontM  by  SWltChtag  over the , cant   through   death   JWU  . P of ,he boardPwas tbat ln re.
-a as fi-u *.-*��� iTM^Safiona, t.ns. iSi^rKS
Interest In
he said,
representa- |
porting the meeting of the directors
at which it was decided to reject all
tenders submitted on tbe furnishings
oris.    But the stories   like       '' bj��� b    Uu, bo���8P which I formers will be installed  In the Sap |     In opening    his    a-fwesa
ie phantom airships of Bug-   ��a^ dloW a bounty to be paid to the   perl0n station where six men are now   Smith deplored the lack of ll
er   were properly substan-  ^"bringing   in   the  seals  as  by | employed  ; %������&. ^a^ore" r'e.
"" ""   " tive gathering of business men here. | President   J.   -J   Johnston.   Alderman
Dl ANC flF FYPI ftRf R      ''"iB the New Wea-tral,18ter 8?-rit-��?-l I ���"n!'.on_ "?,? R^^-J*!"^.
sitated through a great increase in
the city's business of late and on account of the license collection department being placed under tbe city treasurer's control.
Mr. S. J. Pearce who has held the
combined post of license collector and
chief sanitary Inspector for the past
27 yearB, has been relieved of half of
his duties through the transfer of the
license collection business to the city
treasurer's office and  now holds the
While the Northern Construction
Company, which, hsu the contract for
building the Una of tke Canadian Northern Railway tram Port Mann to
Hope are allowed to operate freight
trains on that section before even
thc line Is turned over to the railway
company it is very doubtful Whether
same will be In operation before the
summer months and it is practically
certain that no passenger trains will
be run on that section until the contract la formally turned over to the
C. N. R.
A contracting firm Is allowed to
operate a freight service on railway
The people of l.unevllle therefore JW�� --".^JESrSlted""^ ^
were Udrttb startled when a ^^^Se\^%M& tbat th's
brownish-yellow airship appeared at "IS ���* k&rou-M up at ,hG
a great height It. the clouds coming *������2taiS, ?��* Western Advlsorv
from the direction of Nancy lt was f'rst. meeting oi ��� r
apparent that the pilot was having a CommUteSiwWchi will be heifl^n Ul
battle with the wind and that he was tawa nn TuesdM Anr,15. Messrs
making at. effort to reach the earth.        Cunningham  and Melntlre will leave
Finally, a Bafe landing waB made In   the coast about  �������>       ���
the parade grounds where two squad-       Although  ^{^&M?��!f& pur-
rons   of   cavalry   were  drilling     The  the firs, of   ts kind held for tie pur
cavalrymen   caught   tbe   rope   thrown  pose of receiving �����W'��''on" Jr,om��� ,,,,
to�� tt�� dirigible and  moored  i, se   ��*���^ ������# "^~-��2e\
Local authorities and Brigadier (Jen-  expressed sympathy towards '^,���?ne
eral   Antide   l.eon   USOOt   were   sum- : ment   of   Improving   and    d��elop ng
moned Immediately snd a huge crowd   the fishing Industry of the Dom inon
of excited people gathered,    lt requlr-   and   also   extending   the   foreign   ma
ed the efforts of two companies of in-  ket ro that futrre meetings wlll liaei
fantry to keep the Indignant populace   be   even
and over again.    Some men are doing I were given all the credit for the ac
everything possible for the progress of I tion. .     -
' the city while others are knocking con-1    When   tbe   motion   to   exclude   the
ENDORSED   BY   PfARr "Previewing the object of the <teman0IKelta*C "tatroduced8 an
Lltl/Vll-JLV    mt        *.,***. jmee thp   preBident  answered   the i amendment   to   the   motion   that   the
  : criticism made as to the action of the   press  be  admitted.    The  amendment
exeoutlve  in   granting  Mr.   K.   Myers.; was placed first. Alderman Kellington
Stefannson at Meeting of International \ thB secretary, three months leave of land Miss Wright, the seconder   being
, ibsence  from  his office. the only ones to vote in its favor. The
Critical Stage. (motion was then put and carried, al-
"In the first place." he said, "1 would i though some of the directors did not
��� uoint out that as far as we are con-  vote.
  'cerned   the   present   Is   probably   the I     Before requesting The News repre-
L_0Bt  critical Btage of the movement jsentative  to  retire  Chairman    J.    J.
Home   April 3 ���At a meeting of the   lhat haB been under way for some time i Johnston expressed great regret at the
,   - ... ^national Geographical conference   towards preparation    of    the    Pacific  action of  the directors   stating  most
Utter   attended   and   more   gWrna.ion            fVefannson. the Ca- *g��ra���. route     Last fall this association   emphatically   that   in   his   opinion   a
. .    . i   #..-   ..nn.   ��eiu im-.   v.   n�� ���.,..   .,._ u~n-A  nf ir-n,,   urtai   miKin ui   nun   hppn   mane.
Geographical     Conference
Rome   Yesterday.
office of chief sanitary   Inspector.
Plumbing Inspector Craig who has   unVB before passed upon by the pro-
    hitherto worked under tbe heath de-   ���i������i���i  .��������������������_,   ��� .�����.��� _���������,.,���
of the new hospital. In order to give j partment  will  be  transferred   to  the   g*�� STTSSfilX'SSffi
local merchants an opportunity to bid.   building inspector's office as Boon as   J���., "J!" ., ?.,~T���,T~,A .P���.���^
' some alterations planned for that de-   """J ^^^'2? KsTSSn
partment, are made. passenger service ana the wwi Mann
  to Hope line will bave to be passed
upon favorably by the provincial inspector of railways before any   persons  not  in the employ of the  con-
_ tractors or the railroad company aro
allowed to be carried on trains.
FIUF   Ul! F   TIIUUFI       When   seen   yesterday.   Mr.   W.   O.
IIYL   IllILL    iUHNLL  Swan-  divisional engineer for the  C.
N. R., stated that the contracts for
  .   the erection of station buildings would
I probably  be let  within the near tu-
Contract for Tunnel    Under    Selkirk I ture.     The   condition   ot   tbe   money
j market during the past tew months
WILL ElECIRIfY
Mountains To Be Awarded
This  Month.
nt a safe distance
Ten Passengers.
Zeppelin IV, which Ib of the latest
and largest model, carried ten passengers of whom four were officers In
uniform a Prussian lieutenant and
two  Wurtemhurgcr lieutenants. ,
The captain explained to (leneral
l.i'Bi-ot. through an Interpreter that the
Zeppelin IV was undergoing a test
prior to being takan over by the war
department. Ile and the other officers had been assigned to conduct the
test They left Friederlehshafen earlv
this morning bound for the Crand
Duchy of linden
With tho Intention of making ascen
sion trials thoy had mounted to a
height of BOO0 metres (ubout 97BO
feet) and had loBt their course In the
Clouds.     'Ihey   wero carried  along   by
socestlons   brought   forward   tor  on*
sideration by the government officials
nadian   explorer,  presented   plans  for   Tn conjunction with the board of trade I great mistake had been made,
nfcIt Srthcon, tag   expid.tlon   into   the  ��J clJly council sent delegates to Al-j    Those present at the meeting were
'Canadian himerland" during which he  ^rta for the purpose of securing In- j The    Pres.dent._JJ. Johnston,    Mra.
| had compelled his company to move
i forward cautiously but hn thought
What the  storm clouds were passing
  land that as ifiii as Sir William Mnc-
*on*~t*        .. .    ���   ��     ...,.._���,   IKemie  arrives on  the  coast   tn the
Winnipeg.   Man.   April   3-"WhiteLeBr ruture ���,������. ,ntenattag announ-
. nothing; �� absolute y decided upon ItL..,, may ^ m,de.
ii oractically certain that the Roger*      An engineering force la being gath-
Canadian niniermuu, uu..uB ��-.��� --   ueria iu.   ���.,,.��� v~v~.-- -. -~--"r-*   ,niHI1,   <,.���   p���rellBDn   MrR   Ileid   Miss I Pa8s tunnel under the 8elklrlt Mount-  ered  together to start  work  on th��
isaid he hoped to discover new lands, i ,oraation  that  would be of  value in  Hll . MrB:,J��^%iSg#VSl\M,V   alns   will   be   electrified."   said   O.  J.   False Creek work In  Vancouver and
His  plans were heartily endorsed by  tormuUttag a policy to the end that   \\^t. AWarraan KdlU^i. Mr^ vlce.president of the C. P. K.. operations  there  will   probably  corn-
Admiral Peary and Dr. Bruce. the grain  traffic would pass through tf-Uute. Sir- _Xmi�� Scott   tedyH-lkls  morning. Lence on  Monday next.    *���**�����/���
Admiral Peary,    ln    expressing his   lhlB porl. tar> J\ither^ and M'ss Scott, lady su explained   that   tendersL, tnnnel which  win connect  1-alse
��. trxtwtrxhl  wishes  for Stefannsou's  success said '     .The  reports    of    these .^^n^SE, bus^ess oYthe meeting   were now coming in for the work nd J.** w,th the line to be buflt .lon.
Dill     ADDIIfATIAN   he    felt    that    the    Canaan's  past Uhlch were prese^to^e^
CROWN Will OPPOSE
Request for Ball by John Macnamara
Wilt  Be  Heard This Morning
Vhe   application    for
n   strong
���>v   wore  carrieu   uiong   uy        tne   bpiiih��""��   :,.,,,,, ,hof. of
nst   wind   and   had   passed   Macnamara. charged with the theft
valuable results.   Both Stetannson and   and ��,�� information and recommenoa-ion tne miaim wan ������*������������ "1":",^'*  "v""'  ^STWuit   yet been   deterr,
CaSa'^declared, were to be con-Wlon8 contain^ therein have ^SSl^^n^^^^^^l    "A^er that." he said, "we shall 4*-}^?^IcT-olll has  already been
cide definitely, but I am pract'cally mappert out but the plane may n.
assured that tbe line will be elec-1 changed If a better route is lw��tei .
trifled." l    Crn^tmction   work  on   F.ulu   Islat-d.
The  tunnel   is  to  be  five and  two- lacornfing  to  Bngfneer  Swan,  is  pro-
tenths   miles    long. grosiinir at a fast rat*  ****$*��*****���
 I ther  rf  the   past   weefc   ��"<"",^  ����"
��   ���., Irontnictors  to   forK*  ahead   with   thn
COMPLETE  PANAMA CANAL \uxvttam ot the wooden tremtle an liI also
Wooo-
' gratulater o"n "the Arrangements for I {be "officials interested to proceed April 25. This information was sup-
fl e xmilitlon He added lhat the re-' ttlolip effective and intelligent lines of I piled by the secretary after the meet-
Son   to  be  explored   was  most  Inter-  a(,,1(>n.   But. as Dr. Magill. chairman of, Ing.
eating   and   would   be   productive   of  ,ho Rrain  commission, pointed out, a;	
startling discoveries  probably. more   involved   and   altogether   larRt'1"
Pr    Bruce,   ��ho   is   director   of   the J problem has been put  up to the  pact-
  Scottish oceanographloal laboratory at   nc  const   people and  one  which  only
Edinburgh, emphasised     the    oceano-; t-tr0iiB aggressive action will find ai soon   for   hail   of   John   KraDhlc Importance of the expedition. . -lltkm  for, and  that  la  the  marketing
graphic impor	
As  Admiral   Peary   hftd    glvun     thr
ent   to   the   action
f  the   grain   after   it   gets   here.
With    proper   facilities      both
n   sirong   nasi   ��"�����   """   """   ���"���������-    """ ""',,������; i.r   T   .1   Trapp. on ' A,m,r*,. ,n   endorsement   to  tin-  action       "With    proper   [aoiuu��.      "���"������      -���
several t'nies over certain  points and   thr"tomobUe ofMr,   1 gj. Am  r   . n  . m< * Btefatmson.   tmaportatloil   aud  storage   the  grain
then   Observing   the   cavalry -though    Bept     ['��� Jf  '���   *g '. a 'd was post-   ���   nr    Bruce   voiced   the   British   ap -   wl��� Coie this way providing we know
they   had   reached   Saarbrucken.     As   judge H..��n>  >��-s .r a    a"��la(.nn,nar:l   ��  ��.   Bruce 1)a���   government's   what to do with It when It gets here.
tbey  wen- short of gasoline they do-, pone,  un II ("��r   ngom ������,.,. StttWde  wSch   he   though,   might   be L, prB,rie grain broker, nd*eva.
elded to land
  jw��B  unrepresented   t.y  conns,*,. ,,,,,���:,..   ������,,,,   ,,, , _
Turkish Cruise;  R,m. Steamer       ' ^'^iThltt KJ JudW* 'lil-,'" : SlSSS?  ^  'he  ,Jr"18" "n,",r",'   '-P-Pleare so U* speak only one cog
Athens. April :t    The wlll-o'-the-wl,,,   ,o the accused. , "'T^n." national Polar Commission ! w'ltn HnwlmJl'lI ands^
Turkish   cruiser   Hamldileh   yesterday      -Yes. your honor," was tho reply of; t0(!      pMMd lh��� fu,1(,wlnR reBol,.tio���:   Burooean   uSthvM     Where  tte in*
sank the steamer l.eros In the Adrla    Macnamara, I     "That the Internationa1  Polar Com \7     ?   *. r .,' a t.
tin   ��p-i      aim   r,,u,.���..n   tl,..   nr������-   an,t       >,       i    u    ^....i    .��i,.���.�����n.   tho crii.uion.li   loiar i"m-1 forests  of  one of those concerned   In
lie  sea.     She   readied   tlie   crew   and       Mr.   J.   lt.   Grant,   representing   the, ���,������������    earns   with   pleasure  of   the   this   n-���ir.vsH   finishes    another   com-
landed then, at Jaffa. Asia Minor, to-   crown, nsked for an adjournment  un-   p,an of Pri,nii( r nor<1^n ami hls Rov. ; "��   Progress   finishes,   another   con,
til this morning, stating that he had  ernment   to  support   further  explora-1    "The'nralrie ahlnnar la not iuterest-
Leros   was a Oreek   transport   only   been   Instructed   to   oppose   the I tlon of th��� Arn,i(. contiguous U Can-  ed   JhJ? fhe   tertntaal   elevator   com-
 """"" "," "r,>vlQ���� Sfternoon,       lada bv v. Stefannson and hiB expadt-  pany accepts his Wheat and the ques-
t�� i tion of marketing beyond the seaboard
not one for him to solve.    He will
REBUILT IMR     I
mm tm m
BV   MAV   NEXT   VEAR   ,*"''"-�� *���' tb*  wooden  trw
Ithe   rieortnr   operation.
vat'*on   at / vard'n Slou��h where the ferry tersnln-
ept three jr!' v '" ba lo**^t��a-	
Olympic   Overhauled   at   Cost   of   $1,
250,000 Sails With 1700 Passengers���Now Unsinkable.
���T
Colon.   April   3.���The  e.xca
Culebra cut Ia completed exeep
iles ut Culebra, embracing the are
of slides.    A little more than ten mil ��� M''
Hon   yardB    of    excavation     remains
This work will be finished In October. ,     _,
��� ...j ._ /-.���i |    Chicago,
'."CTERIOUS  OfSAPPEARANCS
OF   TWENTY    YOUNG   GIRLS
  .   April   3.���Tho  mysterious
disappearance cf twenty young I
ise for traffic through tbe canal, andi-*""1' *lr'8 f���1" ��� Baltimore ft
���-���   ��i-_l!raln  while en  route from New York
A steamship company cabled to Col. I     k'i����si   ���i-	
Qoethals asking when it could adver- (disappearance of twenty young Imm
-   �����-- 1    ,   grant girls from a Baltimore A Ohio
The   l.eros   was  a  Creek   iranspon   oui.*.    ,..-...    	
and was engaged in landing Servian application tlle previous afternoon. ] ada by y stef irn-. n "ni ins ,.\r>.
troops nt the port of San Giovanni Judge Iloway repeated what Mr. !tlon and commends the example
di Medua, on the Adriatic. .Grant had said to the accused and In-  0(;u,r governments.
  quired  if ho had anything to say on , , '.	
Smallpox Breaks Out. i thnt point.
Cincinnati. April 3-A dispatch from '     Macnamara  explained   that   he  had   || An/*1 I ll'-T     DAIW/
Paducah,  Ky., today says  that   Hinall-   no objection   and   his  honor    set     lu   [Y|l)l\llAl1   1    1)1)1)1
pox   had   broken  out In  tho camp ofl o'clock this morning ns Ihe hour for   "'WlSV-nil U    "ul/l
negro  rafnnes on Gregory  Heights, I renewing the application,
and that BOO negroes on Ihe hill had       Mr. Grant added that this vas a very
been Quarantined.   The while refugee   important   case  and  lie  had   becn   In-
camp Is on the same hill and there Is  StMOted   to   oppose   the   granting   of
I ball,
ship where the demand exists and lt
haa been put up to us to see that the
demand for Alberta and Saskatchewan
wheat conies from this coast und particularly from this port. ^J^^^^
'For many years the grain routes of I crease
frar of an epidemic.
London    April    3.-The    steamship i asking   the   probable   date   when   tne |      chicc>(fo ,3 under investigation here
  "       �������.��������*     rot i,       D     (.    F    flewoody.   an   agent
through.    Col.
Olympic, ��� rebuilt at a cost of $1,260,-1 first  ship  would  pass   .
OUl), sailed from  Southampton yester-   Qoethals answered    that    the    canal
day with 17Utl passengers.    Expert en-1 would   be   completed   and   ready   for
.jiiieera,   after   an   examination,   Baid i ships  In   May,   1914.
lhat  in  the  event of'striking an  Ice-  ^	
berg similar lo that which the Titanic '
struck   the   inner   shell   would   keep
the  ship afloat  until all  were saved
I "     "������-���--
today   by   ...   ..	
of fie department of justice. He rears
that they have fallen into tho hands
of white slavers.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The girls wero members of a rartn
Canada's   Fire   Less. | of   150   immigrants,   which   left   N>'W-
Toronto.   April    3.���The    Monetary , York March 17.    Upon reachin�� New
of Canada's  fire loss  cas'le,   Pa���   March   18.  tbe  trainmen-
ne  snip uuu-ii  mm, �����,   ,,	
t Ib Impossible to desroy the liner by | Times estimate of Canada's  tiro  ioni��u���g,   , ,,	
m Iceberg collision, they said. An Iti-! during March amounted to $1,750,756, announced a ten-minute stop for lunch
ireased number of lifeboats are car-   compared  wllh  February  loss of $2,-1 The girls get off and the train pulled
i 1G7.3S6 and  $2,261,414 for the corres-'out before they returned.   They have
��ni linen heard fram s!ncu.
g   period   last   ye
not been heard Cram sines.
I Many   Notabl
and Pile Flowers in Funeral
Car.
I for       ^^^
Portland,  Ort
who by aggressi
GENERAL HUERTA
AGREES TO ABDICA TE
WILL AADi/lXAi��  i,;:���,,,,,,^ ��� w�� r i,y ,.������* ,,Ierc ^f"^ ��� y,, we
I American a���.bassu.lor,_ Myron T Her | |mvo nothtag, and your oXdOuUve made   -.���.
....... ,.. ���,,,t���in��u HIS
I'arlr.
and    San     Kraiuisco,  fr(|In raj| lll|(j ���|10r��� mnde a pictures
���    business methods QUa Bp90taole,
  have built up a large orlenuil ���"nec- j     AniunK  ���,���  jjq   f,rg,   cla39 0,y
��� tlon and  who now purpose using this       r8 w,  Mr   Arthur  L       M   ,,    ���,���,
April   3     The   special   (rata  W^llshed machinery for the benefit  M���  Le9, 31r ,Ul,xluld(T w   Uwrance
' ���   '     -   "f   these  ports  for  the marketing  of  ,. ,    s,r   p Qlro���Md   and   C    ������
M
SUFFRAGETTES ARE
INFURIATED OVER
EMMELINES FATE
KI Paso, Tex., April 3. -To satisfy
all factions In the Mexican melee, General Huerta has agreed to the naming
of Pedro l.ascuraln us provisional
president, said advices received here
today, directly from the national capital. I>asctiraln would serve out the
uncompleted   term  of  tho  late   Presl
tloiilsts will fall In line. The decision
if lhe present provisional president Is
rick, lhe secretary of the embassy
It. \V. llllss, Mrs. J. H. Ilarjes, Ga-
Irlel Jaray, secretary of the France-
Amerlcati Committee,    Julius    George
said to have been occasioned by thei"""""""
recent uprising of Zapata In the south I Morgan, a MDhew, nnd JacqulB Sellg-
���._   m ���,.,.   ho i mini
he-
use of the opportunity, in permitting
Mr. Myers to go to Kngland, ot having
hlm Interview the large grain Importing Interests engaged In this traffic
iCiintiiiiieil nn Pstre Wight*
which   places   Ihe   Huerta   forces
tween two flreB.
Mexican military men here estlmnle
thnt Huerta hns nol inure than 1000
troops In all Mexico with which to
meet thin situation. This Is even Icbs
than  Porflrlo Diaz possessed  In com-'"".'.'.    ,,    ..     ,, ,.
the   Madero   revolution      M���. j switched to the Havre line,
Army  Offlcera  browned.
Tiiion, France. April 8, -Two French
The   funerul   car   was  opened   and,
wreaths were placed on the coffin by   *****************
the ambassador, Mrs. Hnrjos, M. Jaray  ��� ���*���
for the Franco-American committee,
and others. The train left at midnight   for   Itatlgnolles,   where   It   was
tincomplet    	
dont Madero.
As minister of exterior relntlona In
Madero's   former   cabinet,   I.UBCuraln
Is entitled to serve ub next In line In   halting	
view   of   lhe   deaths   of   Madero   and   dcro, on taking office, began recruiting
Vice-president   Suarc7..     The   Huerta   volunteer   troops   with   tha   ex-lnsur-
cabinet would he retained by the com   recto corps us a basis,   ln the mean       	
promise. time   Uie  regular  army   wub   not  ����� nftyaj officers" Lieut. Aohllle Utvabrali
Army  Deserted 8anchez. Orulted   to  Its  normal  strength.    TheUnd   Ensign   touts   Adam,   and   three IX
Sonora.   April   8,    Com    desertion to the opposing side or the   ���,,,,>.   0ffl0ers   were   swept   from   the1!
;of KI Colin, was left ' majority or the volunteer troops has  ,,,,,,��� ���, ���,(, BUj,m8r|n8 Tuniuolse and X
li���� n... actual government forces far drowned today while engaged In mnn-lj
IdUvreS  In    the    Mediterranean,    The +
PORT MOODY
ELECTS COUNCIL
CHINESE I0NG
MAN ACQUITTED
Gtinyainas 	
mandant Sanchez ol Bl t��Dro """'-'* I left the actual gove
nn army composed of his tilde de ra      | . 	
ad a first sergeant today when state , X p|ant 3hut Down. ,���������,,���
troops demanded the surrender ��.''| ,    .     N���arlv   3000! to port
Port Moody, April 3. The
first election held In the new
city of Port Moody took place
today, no little Interest being
shown hv the electorate.
Mayor P. D, Hoe, by being
elected by acclamation kept
down the interest but the vot
Ing for alilernicn, IB candidates
having been nominated to fill
the eight positions, brought out
111       kii-o       l>, *....,  T        _
wero   recovered   and   brought '*   -x 'considerable number or those
^nrmSwrtaWlttf the Victorious  OjUof employment  yesterday  by  the:
  ��� ,,        ,, i    Toronto   Railway  Breaks  Record. *
, ,   imtin. |B.u.mg down of the OMianaa OouoH;    Toronto r.    inuring the month ;
lnBJ'rRt/,:ri.      wo loyal followers  dated Copper company's plant UnlUd     Toro��0.* < ^ ^ J
SSr the smelling centre of rndMM. | JMJ*ffi* point, a. a ^-ult of ' **"'
This  arrangement,  lt  Is  suld,  has \ miles u^.....    ..	
been offered to the constitutionalists B recent attack, but General Ojcda's
nnw fighting the Huerta government federals continue lo hold tho Mexican
In northern Mexico. It Ib declared that | port of Naco, Interfering with tho ship-
Governor Carransa of OoahUlla has ments of fuel and food to the big
���greed, aud that the Sonora Insurrec. , American mining camp.
$487,507 for the month. The earnings
for the year 1912 exceeded those for
llitl by $5��6,500 and should n, slnil-1*,
lar Increase he mnde this year tho | *
gross earnings will lie nbout six mil ���
lion   dollars. I ���
with u franchise ^^^^^^^
The aldermen elected are as
follows: A. 11. White. M. It. Ot-
tley, John Murray, F. W. McNeice, W. I). Mackay, J. H. McLean, Norvntl Drttton and J. A.
Clarke.
The Bchool trustees wero
elected by acclamation, theso
being Miss F. M. Clarke, Mayor
P. D. Hoe and Mr. K. H. Paul-
Accused of Murder of Fellow Countryman, Member of Rival Tong���
Conflicting Evidence.
| London, April 3.- The sentence o
; three years penal Servitude lmpoaei.
I on Mrs. Kmnielliie Pankhurst, the lean
' er of the militant suffragettes, for in
citing her followers to destroy pro
perty, has aroused the militant suf
fragelti's to fury and they threaten
Btrong reprisals. When sentence wat
pronounced by the Judge. Sir Charles
Montague Lust, in the Old Bailey sea
sions today, Mrs. Pankhurst. although
her face blanched, showed as defiant
an attitude as ever, declaring that she
This statement did not causo surprise, for the women, who at first
only set fire lu unoccupied houses,
have made attempts In tho last few
days on occupied residences.
While the speakers at the public
meetings did not go ao far as the au
onymous leader, they promised that
the agitation would be very actively
conducted, 'and appealed to the women
to show their indignation at tho sentence by some definite deed.
Threats of this kind mado by Miss
Annie Kunney   at   Umdon   found  an
���   nouncing the Intentions of the st.I
Seattle,   April  3.    Chin    Quong.    a  ���2JJra"^ so far as to say that e
Uow  Leung long mnn, accused of   he  J���        ��� w       ,onRcr bl. res-
murder of Wong song. i. Hop sing numtx��   ^^ QlMg0W  and  r
man, In a Chtnatown hotel   ast 0*0**B\- ����� hollt ,|,e country", en
I,,.,-,  was acquitted  by  a jury  In the WMM tni    b w ton,fM
superior  court   today.    The   state   ta��� ��W0   M��gW ^     PftnW
trodUOBd  two Chinese  witnesses   who "  [y.      f    t���   loud   oheoM.
Woie of tho�� militant lenders, it. an I ^ho'at" Glasgow, v,here^rs, Johns.
lira I one of the most militant among thn
suffragettes, declared that the militancy of the past would be "the merest
pin pricks to what would happen almost at once all ever the country."
Other   women   declared  that     what
they would do would stager humanity.
testified "that  they   saw  Chin Quong I orougiu   iv.-i   m���   ����-�����...    ��� ., i    b^m����**V?J**I22SL    h���    ,^���
with a tilstol In his hand In the hall I    Those who are to carry on the fight      Scotland    Yard,    aroused    bv    the
"'"' J  "        "' ?"J." lnw\��5" Uurlna   the     leader's    incarceration, threats of the  women, has sent  out
brought   forth
Those wht
'shooting",  but  the  de!during    the
CMS ^^S&^^TtlSlgS-SS BSS ru.e governfe^-   SSSSSft
���  ��.hat Chin Quong was with them , long,, breathed d  f �������^��f, M��wonld and ,ht; poUce ��verywh-ro are taking
l��� another part of the building when | ment and  prom  ^ ^ ��wmI  precaution-.
*    .All..    4<a<als     nlnnn 1 ��*"��v . _    ��       ��.���.��*��     lat Itt   IMO
have ' One of  the
the shooting took place. ������vp i one"of "threaders,  whoso  name. Is I    In closing a meeting he!d_under the
The shooting  was alleged _ta have  Oj^nj  RBVe   ***  the   ��� -
been  the  result  of ^^ong  ^^, stat^ent:
following auspices of tbe Women's Bochvl and
I Political Union tonight Annlo Keiincy
I appealed to those who wore Indignant
���rffi.o"wM muVrT'and htabTdTl    .,���   "      ."T'^ow ta peril, so -m'lt^'lotm'amt^mmm P-��- on Mrs.
jail awaiting trlai. -',acea' Ti'l
pact two
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
EKJUtoft
f^fi��aSUa��>
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ENRICHING  SOIL  WITH   STEAM.
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
BHBHBBB I ***S-*W*i
Kngiish market gardeners tor years
hud such trouble with slugs, cutworms
and other Insects that they could
never bo    sure ot good crops,    'ibey
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��� FIRST  THINGS. ���
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Bankruptcy Laws.
Tho first bankrupt law ot the United
ndent monvmg ****** *t*voteti to the interests of ,V��,o ireaimluatrr ond , ,llt,��� illt ���von ,*-.,,, plan 0{ introducing   States was  passed    by congress    118
years ago today. It was repealed in
1803, and a second act adopted In
1S41, which was repealed two years
later. A third act was passed in
1867, but, discredited and unpopular
was sent lo the legislative scrap heap
in 1878.
The present bankruptcy law or thr
An tnj'
the Pra-.iT Lillet,. J'utlMkMt rvary *ter*Atxg emoeiit Kendo*/ Iij; the National Printing
aad Publishing Company, lAntMett, *t ��J ktcHenne Street, New Westminster, ttrltlsh
Celanitia m&BB HVTHERLAKII. \timaging Director.
All r,��n,numr<ltion�� should be addres.ird to Th* New  Westminster NelO��, and not
tp -liMJ.ii-Htiiul membert of Ike stuff. Cheilites, draft*, and sioneii orders should be made
'lhe  Sottonttt Printxtxa *t**\ 'Pabli-hmtl Cmponit,  Limited
rBlirrifOffrni lllnlum orru-B >>���<���< Manager, SHU.* finiinnnl Rooms (nil rtipurl-
aseittsi   ������":
eUBBCMPTIOlt RATHS���Bu wrrt-r. 14 per vror. tl for Three months. 40c P"
awn ll*   Uu  matt, S3 per wnr, tic fn* month.
/Hilt    MVi,   RATKS  on ampUcatio.
TO rnRRENPONDBNTB���So lettere will be nuMfafiril In The Notes ereeflt oi'fi
the winters sijrnature. The editor reterve* the right to refuse the publication of mil,
letter.  _^___
FRIDAY  MORNING, APRIL 4,  1913.
HELPING THE FARMERS AND OURSELVES.
ron pipes into tlie soil of their gar
dens and forcing great quantities of
hot steam through lhe pipes. In this
manner the steam killed all these In-
sects, and also the egiii that were
In the soil awaillng time for develop
ment Into more crop des.ruyin;; In
scots.
The experiment worked so well thai United States was passed In 18HS. and
scores of such gardeners prepared amended In 1910. The first bankruptcy
plants for steaming the soil ot their law ln history was probably that ot
gardens, and as a result, atter a few Braoo, the Athenian legislator or the
years of this, It was round that the seventh century, II.C, who made bnsi-
killing of all damaging inBects was by pess rnlltire punishable hy death
no means tho only benefit that steiuil Solon amended this stringent law, and
gave. abolished   enslavement   tor  debt,    al
in other words, steam proved to be though a bankrupt and his heirs for-
one  of  the very  best  fertilizers.    So  felted thu rights of citizenship.
We note that steady progress is being made upon the great was the fertilization of the son    i��� ancient Rome the unfortunate
L ���    ' - -     ���������   ��� "   ���������*   "   "'������  "   "-"-��� >' '  '*"' "-"���''   ���'���    -ither   executed   or   sold
In Caesar's time the in
fessor,  Is a native   ot  Missouri,   and
was born in the little town of Greenwood forty-three years ago today. Be
sides    teaching   literature    and Ian-1
guages  at Western   Reserve,  (.'olum-1
bla,   Harvard  and   Northwestern   universities, he has found time to trans-
late many volumes of verse and   es- j
says, to edit a poetry magazine, write i
many versos all hiB own und  grow a
most   aggressive   hirsute   appendage, j
An admirer has  said   of l'rof.   Page j
that "he looks like Apollo and spark
les like Apollinaris."
* Ir Henry Hlbbert, who waB recently
elected to the British Parliament lu
the by-election for the ('hurley division of North Lancashire, Ib slxty-
three today. Sir Henry Is a Unionist
in politics, an authority on educational
artairs, a geographer of considerable
| reputation und the owner of a large
estate. He was knighted ten years
ago.
plans for the improvement of the marketing facilities ofi5m^en5 ,hat u wa8 f0,mrt tb8 U8ual deb,or wns 8,ther ,S""J"1 "r
it of fertilizer used would have  into slavery.
WE HAVE
INDUSTRIAL SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTY.
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
DAIRY, POULTRY AND FRUIT FARMS.
SEE US.
to the sterilization which lt produced,
the Fraser river valley. The object is to make the New I to be diminished, or the ground would
Westminster market not only the nominal sales place for {������, 1gg��*Igi ����n[Pnhl[urckth0
the produce of the valley, but the actual commission house j Arter considerable experimenting
for all the produce of the valley or of British Columbia's and investigation it wm learned that
,   .       ,    ' *' Hie   Increased   fertilization  was    due
mainland.
With the advent of railways from the Okanagan country there must be some place on the coast where the fruit
of the interior can be economically marketed, and there is
no place on the coast that can equal the facilities offered
by New Westminster for this purpose.
It appears to us that the time has now arrived when
definite action must be taken to prepare for the actual
operations of this market. Invitations to the various
boards of trade and farmers' organizations have already
been sent out calling upon them to send a representative
solvent debtor was not even deprived
of civil rights, unless dishonesty was
proven nsalnst him. and a century
later pagan Home first formulated the
Idea that the honest debtor was en
tilled to a discharge.
The   middle  ages   reverted   to   the
killing the    phagocytes    er    protoz.oa ferocious laws    of    Draco    and early
which    under ordinary circumstances. Home, and the inorcirnl measures    or
keep down the number or bacteria In pagans    were    bv    Chris'inns    over
'he soil whose operations are or such thrown.    England began legislating on
great    benefit   In   Changing   organic bankruptcy  in  154H,  and  since  then
lltrogen Into the needed plant Tood.��� has  passed  some  40  statutes cn  the
New York American. : subject.
Walter l'tllitz.or. nephew* ot the famous journalist who rounded tbe New-
York World and son or the lute Albert
Pulitzer, editor and author,is thirty-
five today. He Is the rounder and edl-
'or of a weekly Journal, Satire, that 1
attempts to be satirical and humorous
mil succeeds as often as any of them. |
Aleo he has perpetrated several
songs, a number of light operas, a
novel, some volumes et epigrams, Including "A Cynic's  Meditations," and
cation to cast aspersions on the claims
s an athlete who plays a mighty g00d|o, a���      ���. C(,ntniarinn8, assorting that
tame or chess. , ...
AGRICULTURAL CREDITS IN
GERMANY.
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*    CANADIAN HISTORY TODAY    ���
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Valuable Information on the great
system of German rural co-operative
credit is contained in a blue book re-
to a meeting to be held here early in Mav, at which there centiy published by the British gov-
will be considered ways and means of organizing the pro-te^w^V��� reportVj.h!
ducers.  This organization will co-operate with another or- cahiii, who was commissioned by the
liritish board or agriculture to make
, , ,     i ���       , 'i personal  Inquiry into the question
advantage and at the least cost.
New Westminster, we believe, will meet tlie situation
and will make provision for the handling of the market
i r agricultural credit and co-operation
���i Gi rmany and to Btudy original
documents,
Mr. C'aliill finds   that   no   modern
in such a way that there will be one man, at least, who will
devote his entire time to the market.
To make the whole scheme the success it can and
ought to be, it will be necessary for some organization���
and we think that the provincial government is that organization���to render assistance It/the farmer by appointing some expert who will instruct agriculturists throughout tho Fraser valley in the best means for organizing and
marketing in the same manner that a gentleman has recently been sent to advise the fruit growers in the Okanagan valley.
We art convinced that foodstuffs produced on the
farms should find their way into the possession of the consumer at a price which will eliminate the profits that today go into the pockets of the middlemen. This, as we
have previously pointed out, is one of the most effective!
ways of reducing the cost of living, and by its adoption imi,Ili0"' , . ,,..
��� u '. ���        -ii - ,    ,, .       j.       , ��� ,      ' ,       In  1!i1il the total turnover nf 14.729
the farmer will receive a better price for his product and o.ri, banks amounted to  $1,300,000.-
the Consumer will buy for less money. M>0; al lhe end of that year the loans
The great trouble to date is that it is almost impossible :X^nZnZ. SinNi^Sn"
for the white farmer to get into close touch with the con- "oo, while the sivings deposit totalled
sumer, while the action of commission men in importing U"'��c^t w^ooo?��'U" ��n cur"
large quantities of foreign grown produce because there! Failures ot these co-operative hanns
happens to be a glut in the market across the line, haBl^f^^'^J^^JKS^:
Caused much loSS to OUr farmers. ���'������nn   banking and credit  Institutions.
Producers in the vallev have not onlv to remember The.T"1 1,nnks ���"., &nnla\,d ,0, pru'
.1    ,   ,1 1 , ,     '  ... . ,       vlnclal banks and lhr��r again,    to    n
that they have to compete with organizations across the | antral or state co-operative banking
line but thev must copy the example of those co-operative j Institution.
tu���^:���,     u;    u___ *.   ���__ 1 ���     ,,      ri it "The Oerman system of co-operative
bodies.   We nope to see ere long 111 the Fraser valley an banks has not been created in a day,"
i-emarks Mr. Cahlll. "It Is hardly to
ho expected," he adds, "thnt the work
or establishing a similar BVitprn would
progress more rapidlv In Kngland.
state equals Germany in otganlred
efforts to safeguard and promote the
economic Interests of asrlculture.
* .-eee'rllv Is Ihls the case In the
direction of providing the runner with
facilities ror obtaining credit, for acquiring Hi ��� Instruments of production
and for the disposing of his produce
on the most favorable terms. A complete system of registration or title
ind clearness of mortgage law enable
German land owners tn obtain mortgage loans wllh comparative ease.
Tlio total amount loaned at the pros
-nt time rn mortgages of th
s $2,000,000,010.
With reenrd lo co-operative credit
tho goal of having a co-operative loan
bank In practically every parish or the
kingdom ban nearly been reached
There are In Germanv 17.mn agr'oiil-
*.,,������,I co-operative banks, with a total
mrmbershlp of our   one and a half
APRIL  FOURTH.
Cpon an oia tombstone at Sussex,
New- lirunswiek, Is the following Interesting Inscription (quoted In Lawrence's "Footprints"! which speaks
for itself. "In Memory oi Lieutenant
Andrew Stockton, ltorn at Princeton
New Jersey, January ". 17fi<l ami
Died at Sussex Vale May S, 1S21. Also
Hannah his Wile. Horn In King's
County, October 1, 1703���Aged 21
Years and Four Months."
Lieutenant Stockton was married In
the city cr S', John th��n called Pan
Town, on April ���!, 17*-!, bv the Hon
George Leonard, which was thn I'r**
marriage In the town The bride. H
will he noticed, was only in lier six
teenth year. The ceremony was per
Termed by a magistrate who. like tin
young couple, alterwanls removed t
Sussex, in King's r utnty,
When this first wedding trnk place
Parr Town wns still within the ilmlti
or Nova Scotia. Hnt great agitation
was going on amongst lhe Ixivallsiv
nature there tor separation from Neva Scotia
and Governor Parr, whoso onerous
duty it had bpen to attempt to settle
them, does not describe these vi-^or
ous  folk   In   flattering   terms.
Manv of them, ho said, were "unren
Bonable," and he "was aware tba'
malignant representations" would bl
made by them "against an angel."
Corporal James Tanner, for half a
century famous as a soldier and public official, will pass his sixty-ninth
milestone today. Corporal Tanner
lost both legs In the second battle of
Bull Kun, but, despite that handicap,
'ins made a cud record ii. the ran- of
lire. In 1905 he was honored by lei-
low vetrrans by election to Ihe chlel
command of the Grand Army.
He has held various Important public offices, Including that of United
States Commissioner of Pensions,
Corporal Tanner was one or the leaders In the recent meeting in Washing
ton called to protect against the
treatment of the women who marched
in the suffrage parade last month.
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���      SCRAP BOOK  Fort TODAY.      *
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Horrors!
Ocean  Liner to  Sail  Today
���a Friday.
In most If not all cases the pronto or
ruch longevity were not forthcoming,
The Iloston Post, righteously Indignant, pointed With pride to Mrs. Sarah
Itobie Wilson, ot Corinth. Vt��� who
celebrated hrr centenary a year ago
today, having been born on April 4,
1Slli, as thc Post wub prepared to
prove.
Also the Post, round seven other
new England centenarians whose
claims were well attested. The Skeptic was very properly discomfited, as
ho deserved to be. Nor has New Kngland any monopoly on folk who have
passed the century mark. The woods
are full of them. An Ontario woman
recently   passed   her   107th   birthday,
A Kansas man, with 144 descendants, got space In the newspapers on
his hundredth birthday, not long ago
Dr. Josephine Zurich, until recently a
resident of Chihuahua, Mexico, ran
prove 112 years, and says she Intends
to live to 200. At Bedford, England, a
married couple, both past the century
BUSINESS  DIRECTORY
PUBLIC    STENOGRAPHER.
Specifications, agreements of sale debits,
buHltiess letters, etc: circular work ****-
rlullHt. All work strictly cenriilentlnl. H.
Hurry, room 418 Wtwtinlnstur Trust lUk.
phono 702.
organization which enjoys the confidence of its members
and which will regulate the production of any given commodity in such manner that at all times the farmers will
have their market protected and will no longer grow stuff j J'^ l!^^!?'.^ "we"
foi" which there is no Sale. more slowly In this country than    in
We note that Victoria is taking steps for the establish-n6���1"1/10F1"'d"u>'if a slmib/ M'T,
       .     * ,,. ,     . , .        "        ',. ��ivviii��yiii.ii    sive and penetraiing propaganda coulJ
ment of a public market, and in connection therewith our be sot in operation.
own institution is looked to and cited as an example!   "0nl* """""s11 H"rh �����"1 organtra-
.,,,,,.(V,,. ,f ������,,.l..i:���_      Tii.    ��� 11 j    i        i i ' tlons would it sreni pnsshle to pstah
worthy of emulation.  This is well, and should serve to remind those who are now bending their efforts towards improving our marketing facilities that it is to their day and, ��������� cr(ldlt m ,ultable tPrmB
generation to break fresh ground and to set new prece-h"ba Free Press.
dents for the admiration of our sister cities.
Pierre Joseph Olivier Chanvoaii
Statesman, novelist and port, died Si-
years ago today, and with his pass
ing Canada lost one of her greates-
men. [torn In Quebec in istlii. be h"
came a lawyer and a writer for th*
l'"ri-nrh press, ita was a le-ider I,
the confederation -movement, betne ni
that time a member ol the Quebec
assembly, and became lhe list prinie
minister ot Quebec under the Do
minloti.
In later years he was presidinr off'
rrr of the Quebec senate, sheriff o'
Montreal, and held other offices, nt
the same time writing much valuable
poetry and prose HIr novel. "Chnrlc"
Giierin." Is a classic picture of
French-Canadian Ufa and manners. A*
a poet he holds rank wllh Cremaxle
Le May and Suite, and In some nf hi"
work Is to he compared favorably
wiih Frechette.
By all the calendars that hang upon mark|   reCenUy  observed   their  elgfi
:tir walls, ti day  is a Friday.   Tliere is   -j,,*,   ,,r  ��ruby"  wedding.
nothing romarkablo In that, since Fri-     Samued Keefer, of Penn Yun, N. Y.
lays have a habit of   coming   every  was 103 last month, and spent the day
week,  along  inward  the  Inner  pari.  ,.\ Pennsylvanlan, Samuel Neuin, died
ind have been doing so rn- quit ��� some  *.,.,, ���,���,,,i,, aged 108, and the records
Mine, until we have rome   to   expect   show  that he was denied enlistment
li. i.i and accept tem as a matter of j��� n���. civil war as being at thai time
::"r*"''* "too old."   Thirty-seven centenarians
Yet   mark   tins   date   well    Friday.  A-eA  ������  New Y���rl;   in 1912, according
A j i r i 1 4, 1913    lor it will mark the es-  t() ., rer.ent report.
tabllBhment of a precedent, the smaBh-     nr. Jacques Bertlllon, of I'aris, doing or an old tradition, the  breaking  clared not long ago that old age prac-
I  wn Of an ancient faith.    After what   tlcally never causes death.
will take place today, who ran paint
lo any sarrtd Institution and say that i
��� Is safe from the hammer of the Iron-
oclast.
Truly, we live in an heretical as;e. o
'lerini! of crumbling rr Is and ilam
igeii dogmas. Infidelity flaunts its
bead in the most unlikely places, agnosticism is preacht d rrom the pulpit,
even atheism his its able defenders.
MUSIC.
MR.   Ir. T. C.   WICKHTT,   A.   11
I.. i��� C, M.. Supervisor  nt Mimic
Westminster   Schools,   Organist
Avenue Methadlsl   Church,   vana
pupils fer the pianoforte
singing
Now WtMiniinsi
.'. O.,
New
Sixth
uver;
irgun,
iry,    -810  Fifth  avenue.
FRATERNAL.
I���  O.  I).   M..   NO.   81.4     MKKTS  UN   first.
sionn.1 ami nurd Wednesdays tn each
meiilli In K. or I'. Hull nl >*��� p.m 11 J.
Leamy, dictator; J. II. Prloe, secretary.
. O   O.  F.
regular   i
11.  I. O.
nigh!   Ill
AMITY LODOB NO
leetlng   of   Amity   I
O.  I'. is held everj
'lock lu 'ill  Fellow
���Ths
No.
Monday
l   Fell.!!
comer   Carnarvon   anil   BIHthUl   sin-
11..11.
Vlnlilrin brethern oordlally Invited.
It. A. Merrlthew, N.O.; .1. Itoberlson.
V. (I.; W. C. Coltllunn, P, ii. rerurd-
ln�� secretary 1 II. W. Sangster, financial secretary.
FUNERAL    DIRECTORS.
IIOWF.I.I,    (SCCl'KSSi)U    Ti
i-r t Manna,  Ltd.)���Funeral
...I ernutuiueri     l-nrhas 406 '
irect.   New  Weatmlnster,    Ph
I i 'KN-
II recto ra
-eiuintilm.
uu-   H9S.
IMPERIAL    UNION.
Reward for Best Essay Offered by the
Royal Colonial Institute.
London, April ". The council or the
Royal Colonial Institute havo decided
to ofrer annually a gold medal ror tbe
Subject,  which   tbey  will  select, hear-
In the councils ol a great steamship ing directly upon the practical prob-
company, there is an Infidel and Irono- '*-m ofthe colter and permanent union
Blast, by name unknown, who has con- , of the Ktnplre.
vlnoed his fellow officials of tha d,
slrablllty ot establishing a precedent
that shatters a dortrlne as anrlent,
and, to the sallorman, as holy, as any
creed ot Christendom.
ThlB heretic, whose identity is
"shrouded in mystery," must needs
have brought to the task of convincing his colleagues the eloquence of
an Ingersoll, tbe bulldog determination of a Mradlau^h. the scathing satire ol a Voltaire, the Inexorable logic
The metlal Is to be accompanied by
100 guineas ($r,'Jf,l anil also honorary
fellowship of the Institute ror lire, a
privilege ordinarily to be obtained
only by paying JUS. Monetary rewards may also be given for unsur-
Cessful rontrlbutions or merit.
The ruhjert set ror the present year
is that of the Interaction, ir any, between trade and rerelgn policy, with
a view to ascertaining whether Imperial co-operation In detensp need Involve any measure or Imperial co-op-
th<
Fifty-tour    years    ago    toilnv
Canadian   government  definitely
fused to bring proreedlnga tn test the I that Is to come to pass today?    Noth
validity of the charter of tiie  Hnd   Ing short of the sailing of a transatlan
Of a Huxley, the roughshod reasoning
of a Paine, the scholarly attributis of eration in trade
a Kenan-must combine In his person The latest date for rceivlng mono-
all the attributes or the great heretics craphs, which should not exceed 25,-
if history to bring about so grave a nn0 words, Is Jan. 1 next rrom the
'departure rrom tradition. United Kingdom nnd the continent.
And what is this   wonderrul   thing and  later datis from    more    distant
places.
lish tlie close contact that must exist
between lender and borrower If small
farmers nre to be In a position to ob-
Manl-
BALFOUR   AT   TFNNIS
THOUGH   SIXTY-FOUR
A SERIOUS MISTAKE.
Ron's May compnny. as had been suit
gestrd by 'he law officers of the
crown. The compnny had claimed r-
vast stretch cr terrltorv rot Include,!
ln the original grant, and long enjnv
ed ita possession while Canada nnd
the mother country waited each fo-
tbi> other to Initiate legal proceedings
i On thin date In ]70n was fought n'
Sillerv. near Quebec, one of the -n**-*'
sangulnnry nf the battles tietween F"
sangulnarv of battles between FreeCp
and    English     General    Murrav,    the
tennis vigorously at    the    age
Ile has had as opponent Romeo
lar'ee   the    nss:st!\Mt  -erofeSSional
\ i: ,i wm generally In iho t-.ght place
when the ball ������������ns returned Mr. Ual-
rour's visit will Inst four weeks.
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THE MANAGER'S CORNCR.
The members of the Board of the Royal Columbian ]'\K
hospital have generally shown themselves {o be possessedU��
ol considerable wisdom in their management of the affair.-. at "'" rr'*,i��ct ami Uwn Tennis club
Of that institution, but some of them had an off day yester-i W'MT afifonr '".ti >���- ��� ��� r nonon
day when they voted to exclude the press from a meeting;""' '"'sy'  ii*"*"*-^h '"   *ns beaten
of the hoard.
The vote was not unanimous by any means, some of
the members, particularly Chairman Johnston, Aid. Kellington and Miss Wright, appreciating the good work (lone
by the press for the institution in the past, and realizing
also that as the Royal Columbian hospital is supported
by public money thc citizens of New Westminster are just
as much entitled to know what the board of directors is
doings as they are to have the proceedings of the City
Council or Board of School Trustees reported in the newspapers.
It is to he hoped that wiser counsels will prevail and'��
no action of this kind will be taken by the Board in future,]'
Otherwise they may be held up to ridicule as the only pub-'
lie body in Canada retrogressing to the extent of holding.
their meetings in camera, as though they had something)
to conceal.
One thing is sure, the people of New Westminster are!-*
entitled to know what is being done by those who have *
charge of their public affairs.
I'aris, April 3.���Mr. Ilalfmir, who Is
Tendtna a holiday at Cannes. Is play- _    ,   . , , ,        , ,
fj.  English  ro"'ninnder.  wns defen'rrl  b
M. Levi, the s'"-cofl.inr of Montr��lm
Morrav I***' a t^iM'SSnd men ***r] all
of i.iq ort'ti-.-v. h*��| succeeded In re
treni'iT-  tn ihe  ct*v
Ti-n   r��ev8l   Soc'eiv  rf Canada  was
founded ?," years ngo today,
tic liner on a Friday; Never before,
says shipping men, has an ocean liner
dared to put forth op a Friday. To do
sn even now is an exhibition of daring
lhat. staggers the Intellect
Perhaps, nt the last moment, there
will be a mutiny of the sailors, perhaps the heart of the ironorlast will
fall him and he wlll ordrr a postponement, ir not -If the ship sails tircord-
'ng to program  -who Knows whit ter-
LONDON CHILDREN DI6PLAY
TALENT AS ESSAYISTS
London. April t.���A report on the
results of lhe examination of 20,000
Children for junior scholarships Is
issued liv the Umdon county council.
The children were asked to write
essays rn tho Titanic dlsis'er, thn
Thames, aeroplanes, the coronation,
rlble fate Neptune has prepared ror nr thf liritish riect. The majority
her? Rut. then, they say Neptune Is chose the Mrs! named subject. The
a myth, that he does not exist, that chief examiner says that many girls
ho never existed, that he is only a described with considerable dramatic
Santa Clans ihey say that, the Icono- r��"'er nnd pathos the Titanic disaster.
ClastS.    What is the world coming to?       8ome Candidates    exaggerated    the
  'dimensions  ot  the  ship,   which,  they
A skeptical person recently took oc-  said, contained parks, goir links, etc.
FIFTEEN���NOT KITTY.
In yesterday morning's issue it was stated in this
column that there was a raise of from 10 to 50 feet at flood
and ebb tide between thc First and Second Narrows on
Burrard Inlet. This is rather too much cold water even
for the deep, deep anchorage of the waters where the
teredo disports itself on the inlet, and was due to an error
in proof reading.   It should ot course, have been 15 feet.
About Ihls time or lhe yenr
i! was oner customary tor the
merchant to semi out n gang ''1
painters to decorate the laud
scape with appeals to travelers
to buy his goids, Kvery mossy
anil lichen-covered rock,
charming in lis suggestion or
wild lire, was turned Inlfna bill
board, and lovely old trees
were made into commercialized
sign posts.
As t-.wtis ha"c grown more
citified, people love rouptrv 1'fe
mere, and when they go walking or riding they keer.lv resent the Intrusion of business,
Their Impulse on seeing an
advertising sign In the woods
li In tenr ll ilriwn Wherever
the Uk permits that, and often
where the law does not. a
host i f people make it their
jev and iiriile tn wreck ndver
fling signs thai mar natural
l u'y,
s-i outdoor country advertising does nol advertise at all;
it merely creates resentment,
ment. Printer's Ink iitlrnrls,
and It forces Itself on the   nt*
tentlon   onlv   when   people   nre
In Ihe mood to consider Its
message.
***--**.*���**********
*    THE   HUMAN   PROCESSION.    *|
������ (By   O.   Trren-e.) ���
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Lcrd Derby, 48 Today, Holds Not to!
Oldest   Earldom.
The Karl of Derby, who will pass
his forty-eighth milestone unlay, is
the holder of the oldest earldom   In
the i rage, with  the  exception   of:
lhal of Shrewsbury The first Karl of
Oirby ws:- orc->trii in H^f>. as a royal
rrcegnltlrn of h's * alor In the battle
of Bosworth, fought In that year
Tho first Karl nf Shrewsbury received hiF title in M42. The Iiuke of
Norfolk,   win se   title   was   created   In
148ft. is the onlv other ESnglleh t'tie of
nobility above tiie rank of baron thst
antedates that nf the Kirl or Oerliy.
iThrre are n number ol barons dining
'. 'roe. the rourtrrnth century.
The present  Karl or Derby ts   thr
j   evenieenth ot h'* line, nnd succeeded
to th" title riv, years ngo, lie married
I -i d-uichtir or th" Duke of Manchester
Pn '889, and spent the nexl three years
I ���, i-������������ Min ns able tie camp to the C,ov-
��rnor-Oi ner-.l. During the South Afrl-
��� -in wir lie war. first chief press cen
I cr  i  ..",r r,i private pecretary
Held Man Iml Lord Roberts,
-i,,. i*,,! owns an  potato  of some
TO 000 seres, principally In Lancashire.
Like that one ol bis ancestors who. In
1780, Instituted the greatest of lirlilsh
iturf  elm tics,  the  Derby,  Ihe   preseni
eerl Is an enthusiastic follower of the
sport   or   kings       The    must    illslln
cuii hid of the more recent holders of
th    title was the fourteenth earl, wbo
headed three administrations.
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Ci-.-",[.  Hidden  Pi
poet and   pro-
Dr.PRICE'S
eREHM
BAKING POWDER
You will Hnd it a great satisfaction to do
More Home Baking
You will make biscuit, cake and pastry
clean, fresh and tasty���better every way
than the ready made foods.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially
devised for home use, and makes home
baking easy and a delight. It will protect you from the dread alum baking
powders, which are too frequently found
in tbe ready made articles, and insure
you food of the highest hcalthfulneas. ���
V. B KAl.l-'.s���-I'lonrcr Funeral Director
and KmPiiliner. 6QU61I Agnes street,
opposite CnrneKl** Library,
PROFESSIONAL.
W>\M   SMITH    JOHNSTON,   HARRIS-
tiT-.it-liiw*. solicitor, etc. T-'l'-piione
iiiTa. Cable adoreaa "Jotuwton."
Code, "Western Union." ortle..B. kiih
Block, 55S Columbia str,-.*i, n--w* West*
minster, B, -c.
J. PTILWKI.L CLUTE, 11-irrlstrr-nt lew.
solicitor, etc. j corner Columbia and
MeKVna-,1,' streets. New* Wi-siiniuster,
n. c.   p. o. no* 112.   Telephone  7io.
r    HAMPTON    SOLAS,    BARRISTER,
S.,Heller Wld Notary. Off I.- a Hurt
bloak. SI Lrfirne Btreet. New \v.��l,���ln-
��ler, ll   C
MoQUARIUB, MARTIN ft C ASSART.
Barristers nnd Hnliciterp. fi''r. tn r,ir��
Westminster Tmst mock. Q l*. Martin.   W.   ri.   Meytuirrti--    iin-l   Gtaorg*   I*
Cassady,
WHITESIDE   ft   EDMONDS��� ItnrrUWr-s
and   Kelloltore.   WeetmlnMter  TniM   Blk.
Golpmbta Hireet. New Westminster, Ii.C
Cable    uddreHB    "Wblte-sl-i*."    Western
Union.    P.
69.   W.   1.
O.  Drawer 200.
W1ilt��dde,  H.   L.
Telephone
Edmonds.
AUDITOR   AND   ACCOUNTANT.
H. 3. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Ae-eountant. Tel. It 128 Itnom 2��
Hart block.
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
ROARD OF TRADE���NEW WESTMIN-
ntrr Board nt Trade meets In the board
rn-��n. nty Hall, nfl follows! Third' Krl-
day of each month; quarterly tnaettnH
on thc third Friday of February, May,
Allium and Novitmlirr ni R p.m. Annual meetlniTH on the tl.lrfl Prlday of
FetiTUnry. H. II. St oan Wad... eecretary.
SYNOPSIS   OF   OOAL   MINING
GUI.AT10NS.
Me
COAL MINING rl-ghts nf the Immlnlon
in Manitoba. Baakatehswan and Alberta.
the Yukon Territory, thr HorthwSSt Ter-
rltorlre nnn In a portion of tha Pmvtnoe
nf British ColurnlJa, may be leased for *
nrm of twenty-one years ai an annual
rental nf ��i an nr*-... Nol more than ::,����
seres win he i,��-i,<i n, nm- applicant
Application for n lens,, must tn- made
by Hie applicant In person to ihe Agent
ir Bub-Agenl of the riHirin In which ihe
ignis applied tor ar,* situated.
In survey-ad territory ihe land must he
1. lirrlherl Ily w��|���ns. ,,r 1,<k,i snb-illvt-
���,1'tns nf ssotlotn, umi in uasurveyed ter-
rlinrv ill" trnoi applied fnr simli tie
iiukeii out h.v the applicant himself.
Bach application ,n,IS| i^. accompanied
hy a fe., nf Ir, whirl, will br refunded If
thn rights applied f���r urn nol available,
but not otherwise, a royalty shull be
paid on the merchantable output  or tlie
mine at  the mw nf five cents per ton.
me person operating the mine, shall
furnish the Agent with sworn return*
accounting for the full mmnttty of merchantable  coal   mined  anil   pay   tho  roy-
t-jKhta
MlBuld
ire not Iwlny nperaied sueh returns sit
!���<���  furnlshert at  least nnrr a yenr
The lease win include the n-eul mining
rights only, hm the leasee will be permitted to purthase whatever available
surface rights may be ��onSlrt��rell nei-ffl-
sary tor the working of the mine at tha
rate of fio en acre.
i,>r^r���,if"". ln.-&;n��uon application should
he made tn thn fieeretnr/ of the Depart,
meni of thn Inlerlnr, Ottawa, nr to any
Audit or Suh-Agent nf Dominion Lande.
_ W. W, CORY.
Dnguty  Minister nf  lhe  Interior..
N. R--Unauthorised publication of tble
nctvrrllNrment  wlll not be paid  for.
WHEN IN NEED OF HELP
PHONE   R 1031.
CLARK-FRASER
Employment Agency
Prompt intention elyen to orders.
607 Front St., New Westminster, B.C.
If you read THE NEWS
you get all the news. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAQE THRCI
Cash
only;
credits I
stopped
until
further 1
notice.
l
fEESbJMIIED
No   partial   payment
accounts  until further
notice.
Friday
aturday
ARE   READY-TO-WEAR   DAYS   IN   OUR GREAT
$40,000   RAISING   SALE
Don't lose time, but get here early to reap the benefits of this wonderful sale.  New Bargains are added from day to day as we close
out others.  Prove our statements.   See for yourselves.
SLASHING PRICES IN OUR LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
11.26        White        MuBlin
WalBtB cut to
75c.
$4.50    Navy    and    Black
Mctsullne  WalBtB   cut   to
$3.65     '
$66.00 Satin Suits
cut to
$54.50
127.00  Cloth  Suits
cul   lo
$21.50
45-Inch     Ladles    Johnnie
Coats,  $18 grades   cut   to
$13.50
Ladles' $1.!>0 Combination
Suits cut to
$1.10
$1.&0    Lace    and    Muslin
WalBtB cut to
$1.00
$4.00 Taffeta and  Pongee
WaistB cut
$2.95
$C5.00 (Moth  SultB
cut to
$28.50
120.00  Wool  Suits
cut   to
$16.50
$15.00 Silk Dresses
cut to
$11.50
LadleB'   $10   Silk   Jersey
Mess. Dress Skirts cut to
$7.95
SLASHING PRICES ON EVERY
Splendid Economics on Your Household
DAY NECESSITIES.
Purchases ���Let us Show You Where You Can Save.
Twilled Cotton Sheets.
72x90, $2.75 grade, cut
to $2.00
75c Table Linen, 70 In.
wide, cut to    45c
$3 50 Heavy Linen Napkins cut to . .        . .$2.65
$4.00 Double Satin Da-
rnii-rk Napkins cut to
 $2.95
$2.50 All Linen Restaurant Napkins cut to
 11.75
$10.00 Toilet Sets  cut   to
 $7.95
$7.00 Toilet Sets cut to
 $5.10
$4 50 Toilet   Sets   cut   to
 $3.75
$8.00 10-plece China   Tea
Set cut to $6.95
42-plece    $15.00    Imperial
China Tea  Set   cut   to
 $11.75
$300   Hemstitched   SheetB
72x90, cut  to   . .   ..$2.25
$1,60   72 In.    Table    Linen
cut to, per yard   . $1.00
10c Cotton  Prints   cut   to
 IV**
50c All Linen GucBt Towelling cut to   ..      37'2c
100-plece Imperial China
Dinner Set, $60, cut to
 $43.75
8 cakes I'airy Soap at 25c
18c Crums Prints   cut   to
 13'/2c
15c Crums Prints   cut   to
..   ..  12'/2e
15c Clngham cut to...11c
45-ln. Bungalow Nets,
35c qualities cut to 23c
96-plecc $15 set Crown
Semi-Porcelain cut to
 $11.65
$5 00  Hand   BagB   cut   to
 $3.75
30c Whisk Broom   ...20c
30c   Cotton   Clothes   Lino,
50 feet 20c
$7.00  Hand   BagB   cut   to
 $4.85
45c  double    warp   80   ta.
Sheeting cut to.   ^'/jc
55c  Grecian   Nets   cut to
    ..35c
65c Venice   Nets   cuts   to
 40c
15c   All   Linen   Towelling
cut to 11c
20c Heavy Scotch Linen
Towelling cut to  . 13'/2c
25c Cotton Terry Towelling cut to 18c
55c double warp 90 In.
Sheeting cut to, per
yard 40c
Ladles' $1.50 Kid Gloves
cut to $1.25
$2.00 Kid Gloves cut to
 $1.45
$1.00  Kid  Gloves   cut   to
 80e
75c Kid Gloves cut to 50c
96-plece $50.00 China Dinner Set cut to .. $38.50
40c    Hemstitched    Pillow
Cases cut to 27c
$1.50 White Bed   Spreads
cut to ��1,10
$1.00 White Bed   Spreads
cut to 70c
$1.75  White Blanketg cut
to   ..  $1.20
MEN CAN BUY TO GREAT ADVANTAGE HERE.
Notice Our Great Reductions on Spring Hats, Fancy Shirts, Waterproof Coats���We Can Only Name a Few of the many bargains.
25c    lllack    Worsted    Sox
 23c
Men's $3 00  Felt  Huts cut
to $2.25
80c Wool Sox
19c
Men's     $2.00     Felt     Hats
cut tu $1.95
Men's    $20.00     HaincoatB
cut to $14.95
Men's $6.00   Sweaters   cut
to $3.75
Men's    $15.00    Cravenette
Coats cut to  . .   . $10.50
Men's    $1.15    Bib   Overall
cut to 85c
Men's  $125   Tweed   Caps
cut to 95c
Men's 50c Silk Ties cut to             Men's    $1.50    Blue    Indigo
 35c     I Shirts cut to $1.00
One of the
Very New
Popular
Spring Suits
We show this in different cloths; Cheviots,
Cords and fine Serge;
$35 quality now.
$28.00
200 Newest
Style "Tub
Frocks''
Made   from   washable
fabrics in Prints, Ging-     *$
hams and Cotton Pongees, prices at
$2.50, $2.75,
$3.00, $4.50
:a!L��<lli!ii.r.!,*.-5r
!illlPsi
Newest Type
of Long Coat
for
Spring
Handsome styles representing all that is strictly up-to-date. Prices are
cut to
$12.50 $15,00
$18.00 $22.50
Extra Specials in Household Supplies���Bring the Cash With You
3 cans Old Dutch Cleanser   25;
4 cakes Pure Caatllle Hoop  10;
,1 cakes Oatmeal and Cream Soap 10*;
�� cnkoB Fairy 8oap  ISc
2 cukes Bon Anil Soap  25c
2 cakes  Sapollo Soap    25c
7 cukes Royal   Crown   Laundry
Soup 25c
1-:', lb. package Oold Dust, regular
:tr,c  25c
Japanese China Cups and Saucers,
willow pattern, regular $1,60
down, now  $1.10
Green and Gold;'regular   $3.oo;
now  $2.25
Sweet 1'ea; regular $2.40; now $1.75
Willow    Cloth    Baskets;    regular
$2.00 each;   now    $1.50
Willow   Cloth   Baskets;    regular
(1,76 eacli;   now    $1-25
Willow   Cloth   Baskets;    regular
$1.50  each;   now    $1.03
Jap I. C. llrend    Boxes;    regular
$1.00;   now    75:
Jap I. C.  Bread    Boxes;     regular
$1.25;  now   $1.00
.Tap 1. C. Bread Boxes; regular
$1.G0;  now $1.25
Jap 1. C. Bread Boxes; regular
$2.00; now $1.50
Iron Clad Alarm Clocks;   regular
$2.25, now  $1.7j
Majolica Jugs;  regular 35c;  naw
 20c
Half  Gallon  Glass   Water   Jugs;
regular 50c; now 40c
Half Gallon Glass Water Jugs;
regular 40c, now      3D;
4-Inch GlasB Nappies; regular
$1.20 dozen; now     90c
7-pleee Water Set; regular $2.00
each; now $1.25
No. 12 Galvenlzed Water Buckets;
regular 40c; now 30c
Camp Kettles; regular 36c; now
now         . ,25c
Stick Fast Dry Paste; regular
20c; now 2 for 35c
No. 10 I. ('. Bread Bans; regular
30c; now 25c
Spring Cloth  Bins;   5 dozen   for
 25c
4-inch Hardwood Clothes Bins;
8 dozen for 25c
LEESLIMITED
Men's  $1.50  Fancy   Striped Shirts cut to   .  $1.00
HOUSES EXPERIENCE
AWfUl SUffERINGS
Koran Belief Prevents  Killing Them,
But Turks Beat and Work Them
to Death.
Constantinople,    April    3.    On    tlio
desolate open space, part drill (round
and part dung hill, known locally a.i
lhe Field cf Mara, one may see any
morning just now long strings ot
an.mal-. tied head to tall. They are, or
once were, pack anlinuls of the bat;
gage train und tliey have been sunt
back hero Irom the army as unlit tot*
further service.
Their shaggy, mud-matted hides
sink Into hollows among thu frome
work of bones they cover. Nearly
every horse Is lame and some are
constantly railing and have to be flog
ged to their feet to hobble on to th
veterinary officer who Is dividing the
ctirables from the Incurables.
They have been driven In for two
or three days' march, without food
often without water, and the famish
lug animals gnaw the rope that ties
them to the next horse In the string
The veterinary ofllcsr makes n
rapid examination o( e'ich horse, Some
he pIckB out as capable of recovery
They are sent to the cavalry barrack
tlablcs for a rest before going back
to work. For the otherB a worse fate
s reserved. In Bha.nbllng. I.obbllne
droves the dying beasts are herded
lown tlie hill, across the Golden Horn
SEEKING A WJRLD
AT PRSENI 10ST
Pennsylvania     University   Expedition
Begins  Explorations  Up  Amazon
River���Away  Three   Years.
Philadelphia, April B.���Tears and
cheers, sore hearts and hearts beating high with hope, sent the yacht
Pennsylvania on her wuy when she
steamed down the Deleaware River
for one of Uie most adventurous voyages of modern times.
Tbe yacht ia the property of thn
property of the University of Pennsylvania, and la bound for Brazil with a
daring party of explorers, who pur-
lose penetrating to the fur reaches of
the Aniaion and to the head waters of
toouy -of IU mighty tributaries In the
Interest of science and humanity. They
seek srbat la known us the "lost
world" In the basin of the Amazon.
The expedition will be gone about
three years, and Is expected to penetrate to redone never before visited
by white men.
The yacht Is In the command of
Capt. J. C. Howen. U. S. N��� retired.
and tbe -expedition is headed by Dr.
William C. iJirrabee, curator of the
American ruction of the university
museum. His chief associates are Dr.
Franklin 11. Church, an authority on
tropical medicine, and Sandy McNab,
i traveler of wide experience and a
scientist. The crew comprised 11
men.
md up to tlle hor:ie bazaar near the
Faith Mosque.
Here tliey nre sold for 10 to IS
���.���las'res each to be worked by their
buyers tor a few days until in sheer
weakness they drop tor the last time.,
till no beating can get them to their
teet and they are left to die.
And when the visitor asks why the
poor brutes cannot be mercifully do-
stioyed, he gets the naive atiBwer that
the Koran forbids a Mussulman to
take life.
There has probably never been
more wastage ot horseflesh ln any ]
campaign. The Turk ls a good enough
horsemkn, but no horBemaster at all
Three weeks after the war began the
horses of their best cavalry regiments
were ln. an appalling condition. In
the interests, presumably, of soldierly
alertness, the horses were picketed at
night with their Baddies on and the re
suit was sores that mud" the horses'
backs look as it they had been partly
flayed.
With the pack animals it was even
worse. They were of all sorts and
sizes, commandeered haphazard <������������
they chanced to come along in the
streetB of Constantinople.    But. how
TEACH 100 SOON
RATHER THAN LATE
Question of Sex Hygiene Debated  by
Large Concourse of Educational
Authorities.
ItOtatUm. April 3.���Close on 100-9
head mast-era and mistresses of elementary and secondary schools end
training colleges attended the Eugenics Kdncatton conference held at
the University of London.
Major U Darwin, who presided, said.
their gathering had been organized aa
an indirect consequence of the growing Interest taken In educational circles an the question of sex hygiene���
that was. in considering what educational methods were best calculated to
safeguard the young  and  ln  experi
enced against the many dangers con-
ever they varied in shape or dlm��n- Ineeted with aex.
slonB the same regulation wonder 1 For the present they would endeavor
pack saddle turned out by the hundred 1 to eliminate the definitely bad. and
was clapped on the back of each with encourage the definitely good. The
out the least alteration or easing, and 1 character In one generation must tn a.
kept there night apd day. I manner depend on the marriages made
In the preceding generation.   They In
this   generation   were    absolutely   responsible for the production   of   the
next generation, and therefore, of all
mankind in the future.
nuiiM-r\   lil  T flAtl-T I    Tdo ���"������** by exercising the in-
\HMtrii   IN  \rllll\ '"uence on the ideals of their   pupils.
OllnllLU   HI wl VILO co��M do much to form th~se stand-
Urde   wWch   would   guide   tlieir affections In later years when they came to
IMS IN RUSSIA
) Damage Paid on Loss   cf   Imaginary
Freight���Hundreds   implicated   In
$8,000,000 Swindle.
select partners in marriage. in
short, the conclusion he wished to urge
with all his force was. that by Implanting the eugenic ideal in the minds
of children today, they would be tak-
| ing a definite step  towards  ensuring;
Mho racial progress of their nation   In
j thn future.
W.  J.
St.   Petersburg.  April . -r .<j.    u. .     w   j_  NiehollMi  e.v-prcrident of tha
ii  an   amazing extent  on   the   south-lVlU,  v . . Teacb thought
I western   system   of   Russian    <!ov, rn- /,,.��� ,rafn *lmcuMe. .      ,��� f'he       *���*
f ment   railroads   are   ����wj";!**sj'*i t toe tmpth, in leaving school, and tbe,
I closed. During the last year the tress :���ifacvlt, ot taa,.-.,^ sex hygiene   to
e been defrauded of $8,000,000    , cIlll_ ���, -h���5P���n       Vh��� met
ury has
almost   entirely    through    Paying   for Lnfeabte edacator at thls ,,<,,,,�� was tho
damage on loss of freight that   "everj p;|rfait
existed. . At n later stage, from 15 to 17 mucb
Several hundred of the senior offI- ��� ^^  m,m$tt be doBa   bv      ���et    ^^
rials or the railroad  were sharing lh|*fom (h(. t(,ach(,r     ,f nnoertatn whe���
In |
the plunder. By government vouchers,
which wire passed by freight superintendents, bookkeepers and auditors,
la huge imaginary traffic was set go-
��� ing through the books ot the goveru-
I ment departments, and, as they were
I certified as correct, were paid without demur.
District Judges were parties   to the
frauds, which would be going on still
had not fallen out
if the beneficiaries
among themselves.
Railroad  billheads  had  come to be
quoted   at   a   high    premium
speculators,   mostly   at   Kioff.
to speak or how much to say. let them
err. if at all by speaking too soon
ruthor than too late, and saying more
rather than less than might be needed.
Kev. Cecil Grant strongly advocated
cxi-education the bringing up together of boys and girls between tho
ages of 12 and 20. He was convinced
thnt under conscientious management
such a system would result in diniin-
I Isliins by one-half the number of those
\v.-ho failed to go through life pure.
imotfg 1
Who-
WILD IRISHMAN
er got hold ot any would rill then; Ini,
with   some  plausible   name   and   thu j
imaginary goods consigned, and then   Hiden  Up    Chimnev���Authorities
go  and   make   terms   with  successive I Lom l0 Catch   Hlm.
government railway officials until the I    DuMfn, April 3.- Manv Irish people
at
invoice was finally vouched for as
being O, K.. while a certificate that
the goods could not be found was ulso
made out Pace value was paid upon
these invoices, many of which represented American agricultural machinery .
PHILATELIC   GIFT.
Lord  Crawford   Leaves  Priceless Collection to British Nation.
London, April 3.    E. I). Bacon's announcement, at the annual meeting of
the Philatelic Literature Society, that
ihe late Lord Crawford had bequeath-
d his philatelic library to tho nal ion
still cffnic to mudwall oab'na In the
(oath and west of Ireland, in spite of
Ihe best efTortt to provide for them
proper amo.-niodaPon.
MerfTc-il ctTlcrrs of h.-ntth re-port Ins-tune*^ rf human h��bltatlrn<t wVoli
are a blot on e'vill'at'on. "'"I vet 1h---
flnrt fhe grea'est dlffloultv I" OT^ind-
ing the nc^w'ori (0 nbatiH��n thane
hovel* for healthier sun-omul'"--}. In
purtH of Galway n"d Clare th's a|>-
ptvtcs fn be a particularly '-.'���"���'ou'-i
"rli.    TV*, co��� it"d fie nig still share
thi eobfn with Ut ' ������'��  occupants,
while iv other respec'i official n'ntis-
tlri  Indicatp  that  "lodem    olv'littns
probably the ltritith museum-- is of ['""tieecea are openly scouted and re-
great importance. | Je-rCed.
The library Is not only the finest of      'n a case in North ''tal -���-.������.-���iv
t rec-fti'red the united rfnrtq cf the
m-Micsl officer, the g*''ird'n:-i' relief
offfeor the long] lnq-e"'or et tiolict
itTf fhe ���-���"���'sh priest to lnd"ne a
widow i��*"d her voting sen to "h-indo-i
one of these cabins situated in a bog
hontn.
Reflfff -��",�����*���'Icnllv h"Vond hu-^.iT-
'tv's reach" th'.B bov---12 ye-^r-s rid ���
haa dnvetonrA a 8*neclp<. rf Bav�����T
wtlffn-KML This cinsed hm tr hi'ib
tho chlntnev a h'dlii!�� nlaco o-i thi tn-
r**n*ch rf doc*nrs pollQt,,Tien e** ���"-1">n|
iftenrfaree oIT'ce^s. In tne.t T--tM��>~
1" hnirrnn *hn**o bevcvl irq rn-Mi,,-- tif
���'hliorn"'t to Mm, sed the n"t'"-"it|-��Jt
are ot 't".<r wits end to know what to>
do with him.
itB kind in the world, but Is Isalso th
most    comprehensive     collection     of
books and pamphlets on postage stamp
collecting ever formed or likely to bo
formed.    Mr. Bacon's catalogue or It.
recently  Issued,  extends  to over  450
double column pages, large nuarto size, j
and Its compilation extendi d over sev-|
eral years.
Lord Crav.tord was not only a col-',
lector of philatelic literature, but for]
many years an enthusiastic colector
ot stanipB. It wll be remembered that1
he disposed ot his splendid series of
tho British colonies and the Italian
Btates. He reserved his series of British and United States BtampB, and it
will be Interesting to learn otthes are
to rollow the library to the British,
museum.
Ixird Crawford later took up yet un- The death occurred ���iiddenly of
other hobby���the collection of docu- Henry Temple Blair of Avantoun. Lln-
mentB relating to Napoleon, and of Ittlignk. a gentleman who tn hia
these he had many thousands. Tbls youncer days took a very active part
collection is now ln London, and ita'n tbe public administrative work of
fate will be watched with Interest.      [ths county.
i'
I n\'\
���*��� --.pj��� ���**���
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS
rftlDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
GRAND NATIONAL SCEPLECHASE
Some Reflections and Reminiscences l.y an Ex-Owner
(Specially Written for Tho News.) [three In tlle (Iraiid National on two
The decline in puhllc favor of many occasions. Then there waa Lord
of the great Kngiish races, such as thu Marcus Beresford, n bold und dashing
Derby fur instance, which was wont rider in his young days, and to whom
to bo looked upon once ns one of tho;when acting as manager of King lOd
greatest events In lite sporting ciilen ward's thoroughbreds, was iu u large
dur, ls probably due, in 110 small measure due the successes, when hear
measure, lo thc Introduction in 18*6 lf.g the royal colors, ot such celebrltes
of ths mammoth stakes of $5(1.000 and as Persimmon, Tlorizell II., Diamond
thereabouts. And whereas, formerly. Jubilee and AUnoru. Nor miiBt we lor-
nll Kngland was ago* with excitement get Anibusll111. i'or a record was
groat event drew near, the created when. In tlle same year
now eicltes little but passing  (1900), Ihe late king won thn Crand
National with Ambush and the Derby
with Dlai.int.il Jubilee,
alwayn beld a peculiar fascination 01 j As lhe gentleman rider Is almost
ils own for those with a real liking for .extinct, we might also ask where nre
the turf, and, who regard the racr|the soldiers nowadays? ln former
tiorsoi from a purely sporting polnl of time:*, In every tirand National field
view,bud '-not as a rncro Instrument j two or three sriny officers nt leail
for gkmWlng. were to bo found.    We might  take II
In former times 1 knew ninny men that the aulhrrlticB have contrived to
mid owners of ritcehorses, who sel I make the career of a soldier a far
dom Attended,S Hat race meeting, but more arduous life than was the case
never, missed Tne Grand National or before the Boer war. < nd to this mav
nny 0* the lityriertant steeplechases If ihe attributed the scarcily of Bold Ier
they tould help It. Sir Charles Asshe-1 riders in the stcoplorhasing world of
ton-Smith Is nn instance nf this class today.
uu   r.tsrtt.
ns   ll*   I
Derbi B
Intarat
Thd,1 Grand National, however, has
,lway*a held a peculiar fascination ofl
Soldier Jockey.
Mention of soldiers recalls to   one
mind at once lhe remarkablv success j
ful  career  In  the  saddle of Ihe late
Major IC. H. Owen.    He may have had
his equal ns a cross country rider, b-ii
of turfite, lie owns In the hero oil
laBt "Sear's Crand National, Jerry M.
the bast st-pcplechaBcr in Ihe world
todayf; besides several other top
���sawyers, bul no flat racers so far ni
I nm aware.   Sir tTharles might be. de
scribrd ns a sportsman as dlsllno! i,j8 superior has not been seen in our
from the sporting man, two enllrelv j generation, Nor am I alone In that
different tvpes though often confused ��� opinion. It has been expressed frequently by men whose opinion! In
theae matters carry tho greatest
weight. In n necessarily short article
I have Utile apace to Ka-y nmc|i about
"Itoddy" Owen, although I could write
chapters, How ho won the Grand
National In 1KH2 on Father O'Flynn is
a matter of turf history, and I could
tell a story of the pile of money hn
won all "ready" as a.result of his vie-
tory. The horse's starling price was
26 to 1.
Ile lett Liverpool the name night to
take up an appointment on the west
const of Africa where one or the Utile
wars, peoullar to    that    part    of lhe
world, was at the time In f ill swing.
Itoddy  Owen   rode  for  me  on   more
than one occasion, and  l  always regretted not being able lo secure liis
services in the   International   hu'rdli
race nt Croydon in 1 ^si.    He rode the
winner, Alcaeas, but he tnld me afterwards lhat  my  horse,   Dlavolo,   who
was close up, most certainly ought to
have won.   Din 'ol ��� was badly ridden
and it was particularly annoying as
apart rrom the 1 ionev 1 bad backed
Ihlm ror, the BUT e I'si If was $2500,
Wen the D. S. O.
Major Owen was barely 30 yeara <l
\ a-,!1 whon lie dli I 1 f chi li i"i ���"   Imbl
gol  Wells  in   Eg) i !.    He  > ften  sn d
1 thai be would die 1* nt, 1 ������ <\    i<   he
'ooi:ltl achieve two d!stin ���'���������-���    Tin
I were to ride the winner of tho flrand
National and gain the \"<*' .������ *��� Prnsi
We  might  Bay   though  that   he  was
"proximo accessit" for    he had been
awarded    tho  D.  S. ()..    which    wis
moreover,  l:i  those days  (that  ii b"
fore the Boer wer)  n  much  coveted
decoration, hardly earned, and highly
prized.
Of the horses I have seen win    the
Cra-nd National t should wove \tn.t* palm
to Cloister,   He wan probably the heat
steeplechaser      that      ever      looked
through a brldlo,    I don't think that
those, who saw* his performance In thn
Grand Nation::! In  1893 will ever for
gel  it.    Carrying the top weight    ll'
st. 7 lbs., he mn.le all the running, and I
Bnlshed    literally    by    himself,    the |
I Judge's    verdict    being    -t 1    lengths,
1 Cloister was n difficult horse to ride
Besides   being   a   desperately   hard
��� puller,  he carried his head very low.
and charged  his  rences  in  a manner
that broughl liis rider's heart into h*'-i
mouth  al   every  "lep,"    Captain   (as
he then was)   M R. Owen  was one ot
the f-w riders   thai    could   do   him
justice.    He wus not    on    his   back
'hough    when    he    won    the    Grand
National,   a   professional   jockey,  and
one of tlie beat, named Dollerv. having
gained   lhe  distinction   ou   that  occasion.
Freicli   Hcrse's   Reccrd
A  record  was established  in  1909
when the French horse   Latteaur 111.,
ridden by a French jockey. O. Parfre-
successful,   it was a record
TROM DINING ROOM
GIRl TO COUNTESS
Romanes    Centering    Round    French
'    Canadian Girl Reads Like a
Book.
ono with the other.
Tremendous Pace.
A sr-ectator at Liverpool, witnessing the Grand National for the flrat
time, cannot tail to mark one striking
feature in connection with it, and that
Ib the tftttftendous pace at which the
race is run. "When Ihey jump off as
if they were -going five furlongs !" I
once rjenrd a well known man exclaim
nt Liverpool. The records of the race
Tor the whip, which is run on the flat
nt Newmarket over the Beacon course
(four miles), show bul little difference
in the! time taken between that race
nrd tho Grand National, The distance
of tho! latter race Is four miles, 85G
yards Brer some "0 huge fences, siiiT
and umrieUlng.
"Take heed lest ye fall, tor "tls the
p.ice that kills," once wrote an old
time s'porl'iis scribe. And we may
easily imagine what a fail in front
may mean to a rider with perhaps 2",
(o iin hor:je3 thundering In his wake.
And yet, curious to relate, the lon;t
records of the great race do not
Ctironl<>)e a single ratal accident and
1 think, no very serious mishap. I
remember Willie Nighlingall (brother
to Ar.htir of that ilk. who won tho]
race three times on Umdon. Why Not
and Manifesto respectively) breaking
his atlrrnp leather at tlie second Jump
when riding, I Ihlnk il was Ballot
Box, in Frigate's year (1XS9). lint in
some extraordinary way he managed
to recover tbo iron before ii fel] to
tho ground, and more extraordinary
still, rede the remaining lour miles
odd ever the frne-i's carrying it in his
hand.
Finished Fourth.
He Bnlshed fourth if I remember 1
rightly, but hud he t.on the raci wiih I
out the Iron lie. -fti/ild Viavo been rti-a \
���qualified as he. could not have drawn
the ci rrecl weight The name of
Nightingall looms large in the history
of the Grand National. Old John
Nightingall, father of the famous
steeplechase jockeys, wen ii as fir
back as 1S7X witb n horse el his own
called Shirnal.
The last jump in the race used  tn
bo a hurdle; bt;t tbis lias lately been
substituted ror an ordinary rence *,n>
the birdie was considered unfair, and
likely li mate n horse "chance it," as
indeed ha-t boon the case on  several
���occasions,  turnins   what  appeared  to
be c:'r*ain victory tnlo defeat at    al
most   tho    last    moment    The    lion |
Oeorge Laniblon, who trains bo many
good h( rse�� todsy tor Lord Derby anil
ctlurt.   i.i ways    maintains    that    he j
���would have won on Savoyard in 1H'���<8 1
if hc I ad not [alien at the last hurdle.
I'   was the same  too  wiih Charlie
-Cur:.ui^ham on Why Not, who. how I
over,   v.on  the   race   in   the   following
year, as.fttat**d alx^-e, in the hand* oT
A. Nlngftlngau.   Again poor Captain ImentTwa
Iteglna, Sank., April 3. From the
rank of dining room girl to that, of
countess or the court ot ono or the
sovereigns of continental Europe, ls
not an ordinary feat, hut neverthelcsi
hat been accomplished by a young
French Canadian girl. Lena ltoy, 01'
Prince Albert, Sask., formerly of Fall
Itlvur, Mats,
Tho heroine of the royul romance
was employi d as a waitress at the
Hotel Wllthurn, Fall River, Miibw. and
It was In the dining room nf this hotel
that she firBt saw Ihn Hon. Hunt von
Holsteln Itiithbiii., heir of Lord Fred
erlck Kmllc von Holsteln Itathbon, one
ot the nohles of the court of Denmark.
Tho young mnn fell In lov* at firBt
sight und declared hiB love to the
youthful maiden of 17, who promptly
refused his advances. Shortly after
slio came with her parents to Prince
Albert.
The linn. Hunt Itathbon travelled
back lo Denmark, made known to his
rather the desire of his heart, asked
hlm to nre his Influence to have the
young girl ennobled hy a court decree
King Christian later issued the decree.
The parents of the young man con
sented to the union and Hunt came to
1 rlnce. Ibert, proposed, wus accepted
and on Monday was united In wedlock
tc, MIsh Hoy by the Bishop of I'rlnce
Albert.
The young couple left on a short
honeymoon trip through the United
StateB. They will stop at Fall River
where Ihe bride wlll visit her sister
and then they will sail for Copenhagen.
LARGE IMMIGRATION
DURING MARCH
Official   Fl(jurea   Show     Over     12,000
Came West During  Last
Month.
PRISONER OT S1ATE
VISITED BY WIFE
R. C. Miller 8till In Durance���Patronizes Near-by Hotel for Meals
Sent In to Him.
Winnipeg, Man., April 8.���The official returns ror tho Immigration west
of the Great Lakes for the month of
March of ocean passengers waa made
public by J. II. Walker, commissioner
for Immigration, this morning.
Tho actual figures for tlio period
were 18,827, Of which number H7S7
were rirltlah or over two-thirds of the
total.
The other nationalities In their order were: From Itussla 1342; Oalicla,
1285;    Scandinavian    countries,    4211;
Germany, snn and Italy 340.
The Immigration for tliln month tar
exceeded the official expectation nnd
the bookings ror April wllh the steam- jjnK his lawy
ship  companies  hid  tnlr  to  continue
1 the high average.  Tomorrow 1 nr,*n Im-
I migrants are expeoted to arrive at the
O, P. It stations, the passengers of
' the steamer Hernia, Haitian and Ton
{ Ishin.    Of these r,"ll nre  Rliss'an  nml
majority or the others liritish. Mos1
: of these new Settlers are hooked
I through to points In liritish Columbia
Alberta, Saskatchewan and  Manitoba
on all lh" western lines,
Lnst  night  a  pnrtv  of 200  Swede*,
arrived itt th0 C, P. It. and were de
tlned over the O. T. P. to liritish Columbia on a siiecial train for railway
construe:ion work there.
Ottawa,  April 8.���Mr,  It. C.  Miller,
whoso commitment to tlm county   or
Carleton Juil, by iho order or   the |
house ot commons  some  weeks ago, ]
Interested all Canada, is still at    the |
Jail, and  liis hollyltor,  Mr. Frank  ll
Proctor, is not yet  prepared to make 1
any announcement us to future pro*
cidtire on behalf of his client.
As a matter ot facl, 11 Is extremely
unlikely that anything will be done on
behalf of Mr. Miller till alter purlin I
ment reassembles next week,    ln the
meantime the prisoner ot state Is eal ���!
Ing his meals   regularly,   reading the
newspapers and a tew  books, receiv* j
dftlly,    and    enjoying
himself philosophically���at   least   as|
well  as a man  may  behind  bars of
Iron  und  walls of alone
Mrs. Miller's Visit.
The monotony at Mr. Miller's existence  wub broken  recently  by a visit
rrom Mrs. Miller. IiIb wire.    Mrs. Miller resides in Montreal, and while ahe
has kept In close touch wllh her hus
b:ind hy dally letters, a visit was not
possible till a row  days ago.
Tliere wan no one knew of Ihe   ex
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C. N.Edmondson & Co.
Cor. 6th Ave. and 12th Street
find bviy now, as we are cutting prices all to pieces
for two weeks and you will save from 20 to 60 per
cent. Your choice of Linoleum for 40c. per square
yard., Floor Oil at 30c. per square yard, and everything else accordingly.
See Our Window Displays.
S. N. Edmondson & Co., Cor. 6th Ave, and 12th St.
SUFFRAGETTES ARE
INFURIATED OVER
EMVIELINE'S FATE
(Continued from pat-e onei
BURRARD  BRIDGE  COMPANY
NOT  YET ORGANIZED
Oltawa. April 3. -Chairman of the
Hallway Commission Drayton has gives oui ii Judgment dealing with the
complaint cf Mavor Haines or North
(Vancouver that the Burrad Inlet Ton
Del and Hridge Company lias not yet
hem   organized   under   lhe  provisions
i.r iiie Railway Act, ami the business
rf iiie c* inpiiny i *. beln ��� carried on
iiiiiilv i'v provisional d'rectors.
Mr Haines likewise attacked the lc
gallty of si" f t*"   actions ��� f the
d'rectors. The chief commissioner,
after hearing coun-, i for the company, finds iliai ii In in i been or
ganlred, and until it ii Ml appllcatlonn
fer iiie apnroval for plans will be refused by tlie board
The approval granted in .Inly last
wo:.hi net have been glvi n if the facl
'���f  Iiie  lack  of organ   St on   had  been
brought to the notice ef the board. The
Judgment concludes:
"With a velw of pn venting in fu
ture, recognition if am unorganized
ei m":inv. evidence must lie filed with
Uie hoard showing thai the provisions
of ih" act relating to organl atlon
hnve been compiled with as a nee-
��� Bsnrv ��� -in of the a ai r'al of the tlrst
api licatlon of newly Incorporate I
companies."
RECONCII.FD   WITH    mij-raND
J'JST   BEFORE   EHE   D'ES
nation hy some definite deed.
"It i:i always lln' law breakers thai
make  things go." : lie added.
There were repeated cheers at
every mention of Mr.s. Pankhurst's
name. Mi.s.s Kenney, win pres (i id,
wondered if Hie Judge in Bumming up
realized that Instead or stopping iin*
agitation to win tl:,' ven*. in* was only fanning lhe flames.
"Do  they  think," Bhe nski d, "thai
because Mrs. Pankhurst is in prison,
tlie women are going to sit down like
a fh ck i' :*!:< i p until Bhe comes out?"
Zella   Emerson.
Wa (hint; on, Apr.l '���'.. Cha-gea that
Miss Zella Emerson, tin- American
militant BUttragette, now in a liritish
prison for window smashing, has been
subject,'1 io cruel and unus'inl treatment are unfounded according to a
report of the slate departmenl today
frrm Irwin n. I.aiigliliu. charge of tb I
A-merican embassy at London, N,..v  york   A���rn   ���;    *cr\tz  Angus-���
Charge   l.aughlin  personally  lnves- tns Helnre  the Montana Copper mnir
t'gated   t''��  circumstances  attending  Pa.p   a  broken  man   !-< en  route to
the   f'-rreble   feeding   ol   Miss   Bmer-1 Toledo   iniiv   with   tba   bo.lv   ��i  hli
son.   \\t* raporte-a (hat Mrs Emerson, wife, Mrs. Retnlee Hondorwio ii��-ii,7e
prisoner's mother,  hns  made  no  wt,o recenitv tlleri nn application fo-,
iiau-ih   divorce,   a reconallllatlon was etfeot
charge  0ll  ������,,,,���   *m,b   Helnze  was  Informed
1 ��tom- ihat Bhe could nol  recover from nn
pee'ed visit, wjlh the exception of
Mr. Miller himself and Ills lawyers.
Mrs. Miller remained for a couple or
hours, and on leaving enquired as to
^lier husband's comfort, and was assured that lie was being treated with
all the laxity that Ibe law permits In
'cases such as his.
Change in Hotel Meals.
Mr. Miller has yel lo taste his first
Jail mi-ill, as three times daily his
meals are sent in to him. At flrsl
lhe meals Mere sent down from Hie
Russell,  Iml   Hie  Hussell  is some  (lis
tance from the jail and this arrange
mint had in il some awkwardness.
,\i  the time iiiis arrangement  wnr
made, Mr, Miller did nei expect to re
main in Jail lor more than a lew* d.iy
at musl.    However, later li wns found ,
expedient to delay Mr Miller's appeal
io iiie coin's,    niul    when    Ibis    was ���
f mnd  io he i" ceBsary  arrangement   '
wen- made wiih the    Osgoode    Hal'I
hotel, nml this hOBtelry now semis   ii
ih" dally meals.
Si en,*,- the hall is elose lo the 'ill
the meals have a better chance than
ihey hml of arriving hoi
The  visit  of  Mrs    Miller  wns mi:
n  bright  spot  in  the  prisoners qu'cl
life,     H   is likely   b1 *  -.ill now   visit
her   husband  fr itly.    She  I
bright, Inti lllgent  ladv   -md ( nc Ih il
ta''ps a very pbllosii hlcal view* nf h *r
hi    ��� ind's i n die* n i nl  and  who    ie
I ��� vis ihat the clouds will   booh
away.
PREPARE   FOR    CAMPAIGN
OF  TRACK   LAYIN:
fRuHK
33 Hours to Prince Rupert
S. S. Prince George runs to Stewart.
S. S. Prince Rupert runs to Granby Bay
SUMMER  SCHEDULE,  EFFECTIVE MARCH 29.
88. "PRINCE  RUPERT" 88. "PRINCE ALBERT"
S8.  "PRINCE   JOHN"    , 88. "PRINCE GEORGE"
Mondays    Prime Kupert, filowart,  Massett.
Tuesdays���Victoria and Seattle.
Thursdays -Prinee Kupert,
Fridays -Alert Hay, Hardy Bay. Illvers  Inlet,    Ocean    Falls,    Queen
Charlotte Island (direct service, fast time).   First trip, April 4.
Cjturdays    Victoria  nnd   Heattl:'.
II. O.  SMITH. C   P. ft
Phone  Seymour 8134.
T   A. W. B. DUPBROW, II   a,   V   it
VANCOUVER. B.C.      527 Granville  Strom.
WHITE   ROCK   HOTEL
Comfortable  Family  Hotel
BU p
���rl> minutes r-.iti rrom Ni
at White Itock.
w Wiistmlnster on Q. N. Hy.
trains
Fifty rooms, large IlininK Hall, magnificent view of Hay and Oulf;
only ll'vo minutes rrom Railway Depot; lint ami Cold Water.   Rooms
��� in i** engaged en suite, suitable tor ohlldren and families European
and American plan, gymnasium hall In connection, also a store con-
Ing full line of gn , ��� rli ,     I*. r terms ami rales apply
Write  Rock.  BC, P.  GREYELL.  Propnctcr.
^*-2rI-7Tji:fXisx--*cn-sxrr.:
lhe
Reggie Ward, a brother ol Lord Dud
ley, always declared thai he would
tiave won hnd not his mount (whose
name I fOrRnt) fallen nt the wretched
liirdle, a hitler pill uitlred lor his
rider to swallow.
Few An-viteur Riders.
Montltfb or Ihese one time famous
--gentlemen ndrrs brings to one's tnlndl(|'am
th'      reflection      how    lew    amateur
jockevH   are   to    be seen    ridins    in'
Me '| lectins, s in the old country nowa
days,    It  was  nut  sn   when  1   owned
horses and went racing regularly In
the 'eighties and  'nineties,    (ompari |
tons aro notoriously odious,    and    111
Would be a    bold    nun.    who    would
nsserl that, at any period of turr his
tn lhal so yotniK a horse had never!
belore won the raee il.utteur was
onlv a live year old) and never before
had the winner boon ridden by a
Frenchman. I��atteur III. was, however, so r*.r ns breeding was concerned, distinctly an English horse. 1
tali wiili authority, too, because his
Lausanne, was once mv nm-
perty, I named her myself after a
town In S*-'"it/i i hinl and she carried
my nolora 'ti several occasions, but
noi verv successfully, I .al teur ill
������as bv Bona Vlstn by Band or. a Derby winner, and grandson i f perhaos
lhe -creates:   if all  English  sires,  the
famous Btockv ell,
A hook called "Hirers aril Heroines
tnry, llie amateur ridir has shown nn *���, ���,,, ,iranil Nni|onar has lately
oil ro Mid superior skill in tho Bttddlo ,���,,,��� published in th" old COuntrv, I
In his brother professional Of the nil!��� havn nol seen it mvaolf. but sueli o
������skin. Nevertlu-li-sv 1 have hoardUubllcaMrn cannot bul ful to be nt
Home r.r the hlghrnt authorities on I Jntereal to :i'l v.ith a liking fnr ihe
slooplechaslng asseri thnt in the|��Krpn| Pnl���e," as it has been called
(Irand National tiny preferred * and to admi!or* ot that noblest ot all
gentleman jockey up when Ihelr, animals, the thoroughliret, horee.
money was down. ) ,j, *������   '���V'iiiH,
A kooiI story is told about    Jimmy]	
Adams, a most amusing character, ami I
one of tho most sUUed of lhe profes
f-oonul riders ot Jils day.   ln 18R-. Lord
Manners won the   race   ot   Sminttii
And in the following yrnr Count (now
I'liuce)   Klnsky   wns   successful   on
Znedone.    Returning to the paddock
tiller 7,t odour's race, in which he hid
liO"n riding, .limtny wns heard muttering, oo. if to himself, "Last    year   a
l-r.i,  th!��s  -���r a ennnt   ne-*l  v"ir    1
suppose it'll te a l-J-omlu' 6 10k."
I rrd Minto   Up.
Many crlrlirntcd    men.    :.id    well
l-inwn In oilier v,-.hen-- nf lire   hav"
I,'.-,   (---*���*��-���    -p-ferrnfTtt   111   tlie     ft---'-'!
N'i'i-""ill.    't roB"    not    be    p-'-'er-illv
known    that    the   Karl    of   Minto   n
i inn'"- governor general or Cantda
���H-ud nrti'twarila viceroy of India, wns j
<mo of the bent   known    ntcotilorhasp |
KAISEH V/ELL GUARDED.
Assanr.iration     ct     Kii"     cr    Crrccc
Causes Renewed Vigilance.
llerlin. April 3, The assassination
��� f King George of Greece has resulted
in the Institution i f moro stringent
measures for thc protection of the
kaiser.
Germany's numerous Srclallsts nnd
Anarchists are little Inclined towards
violence bul there ire fenr> of a
<udden i'""ri.-ie by some unbalanced
mind, which hns boun Inspired bv the
successful assassination if ibe 'Ireek
, , tmrch
lt Is f. ���" ;i lhal the death i r K nr.
George wlll probably affect the wed
ding it Princess Victoria I.nine and
Prince Ernest, whloh is scheduled tor
May  24.   the  itnnlversary  of  Queen
1*111H     11*1
rem pin* nt  whatever as to her
trr's  treatment,  nnd  has  no
to make that tho reed'--- hv
arh tube has i."on aonlled in a manner to cause any discomfort inseparable rrom iis nature "
"The embassy has beer, observing
Mh:s Bmerson'e rase closely," said the
charge, " and has renlieii tr> a number or communications trom suffrage
workers to the effect that the embassy could take no ofr'elnl steps in tbe
case unless discrimination to the advantage or an American citizen should
be shown. Her treatment has not been
different In any way from that accorded liritish women who have of-
fended In the same way. unless it he:
that her case has met with more lon-j
lency,
"Since she began a hunger strike
upon her Imprisonment, she. in rem- j
��� mon with British offenders, has been
fed with a stomach lubn in the presence of physicians and under their
direction."
Forcible  Feeding.
Mrs.  Knierson has  sent a letter to
the   American  charge,   Mr.   l.aughlin,
staling   that   she  has  received   no  re-
ply to her letter to tho home secretary
and  urging  Mr.  l.aughlin  to take Im-!
mediate  s'eps in  her  daughter's  behalf,    She says that on a rerent  visit
to Holloway jail she round her da-ivh-
tre  utterly  exhausted,  on   the   verge
of a nervous collapse, and much emaciated by three weeks if forcible teed
ing.
The tube used by the doctors had
li rn  the  lining  of  the  nasal   pass-	
to such nn extern she asserts, thai
the process had to be d'.Bcontthued,
and the condition cf tho nose probably
'would result of permanent disability,
unless( ctirrful local treatment was received, in other respects svmptotns
of lier daughter Indtcati -I the need
i f mi d.cil treatment,
Mrs. Scott-Troy called i n Sylvia
Pankhurit tonight with a view to < Ij
talnlng her assistance to get letter*-!
i from   Miss  Kmersr.n  smuggled  out of
. i'.ie jail, Tho doctors who are in attendance on Miss Pankhurst. an-
: nounce, however, thai she should not
I receive visiters, as the forcible reeding to which she has been subjected
while in jail had so affected her
health thai only at interval! did r.he
display sar.p consciousness,
attack of neuphrltls,
"If  I  am  going  to die,   please
'for Fritz," sin- sa!d.    "I love him
Helnze came ai once.    EJnterln
room he put his arms about bin wiri
and wept.   The nurses and physicians
lert   them   alone
"Oh Fritz. I am so glud���so hnppv,"
she said later. Within an hour she
died with a smile on her lips, her
hand clasped in that of her husband
Winnipeg, April 3.    With the send
ing  of  inn men   Into  the  west  this
mi ,'iing [rom Russia, via Halifax-, tin
<'���   T.   P.  lias  B*;ir',*-d  ItB  spring  run
palgn i.r track l&ylns tor the summer
or   1918,    Thesa  men   v. Hi  ��"  u>  th��|
head of steel and after v.orkliiK there
fur  :\ day ir two  they  will be trans
ferrod to the track laying machines,
[These machines aire capable of laying
five milea of track u day and within
���..,.,].i.ne week another v.*ill li" employed at
3l|i|ejeach  end of the  Bteel,
,,,!���,' The company does no: expect to
have any difficulty In getting steel this
year as tlje general let up of the build-
ting of tiie branch lines in all parts
of Hie continent, owing to financial
stringencies, win leave a lot or avail
able rails.
CAPTAIN AMUNDSEN
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rtlc to the  World's
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HOW   I   DISCOVERED  THE   SOUTH   POLE.'
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With Forty  Minutes of Wond
Stereoptlcon Views. v
LECTURE, AT WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Friday, April 11th, at 8 p.m.
Urder the Auspices of SONS OF NORWAY.
SEATS���$1.00 and $1.50,   TicketB sold at Tidy's and Scandia Trading
Company.
OLD
SOLDIERS ARE
BEST EMIGRANTS
London. April ". ���General satlsfac *
tlon is experienced In military circles
at tin* mining to London of Captain
K.  .1.   Murray,  of  Winnipeg,  for    tho !
purpose of enquiring Into iiie question
of the settlement In Canada of time
expired soldiers.    Captain  Murray in
tlmates that he is conducting a cIobc
enquiry wltb the idea of utilizing the'
thousands of men who annually leave
the  rolors,  and  whom  he  thinks an*
suitable for Canadian life.
After tlieir arrival In Canada, lo
considers thai many of these men
would loin the :��� :1 i a regiiienls there
thus streng'henlni the military force?
or the Dominion The question or nro
vldlng transportation h the big iPITI
cultv, and ii is thought that, after hi
presents his report to lhe government
seme arrangements wherebv this df
Acuity can ho overcome wlll be pul
forward,
Lord Roberts and Oereral Sir l'i n
nid Lane are hnartllv In favor   of
movement to iios end,    \ short time
ngo Sir Itrnnld Lane expressed belle'
thai   from  men if  the  British  army
Canada  ernld choose  the  flower    of
the   rare  in   point   ( f  nhvslral  fitness
1    Their training    ������������d illsclpl'ne,    In
maintained, pmhs ntly fitted Ihem   te
(fnce new ���:*.:.!'.'     .,  ..'���; oh might In
I tlra'.d id  r.r ��� ��� '    '     '     --,    Ills "ill.
.Inn is generally n ���tit" id bv officers
who  view   !'������" bad  effects of unemployment  "ith con n   and lire an:d
Ions  that   Ihe men  shall  be  given    ���"���
Chance 111 a new count ry
DARE DEVIL" JEFFKINS
The   World's   Speed   King
Hc is hero with 2000 feet of films that cost $100,000 to produce.  See every
hair-raising spurt of the rleath dealing
500 MILE AUTOMOBILE RACE
Hear Jeffkins tell you of the death toll of the Speedway.
HEAR HIM IN THE RACE WITH DEATH!
Hear and see how lie ran the Mercedes car 495 miles out of the 500 miles
at an average of 85 miles an hour, and the engine burned out.
HEAR HOW HE LOST THE $50,000 PRIZE
See how this Australian won the title "Speed King of the World."
See what 500,000 people paid $5.00 to $50.00 to see.
Child   l.ovrr   Stabs f./ice thc art.
.lolliet, in.. Arm :t Michael Raglan
lit years old, stabbed Annn Jackson,
1 years old, today, because Bhe wuild
not marry him, 'rhe girl will recover
One morning recently he Becured bpv
eral rh'cago newspaticra of nn old
��� lit* ;i"'i acid ihptn to "i i money for
the v eddlng     lie hn i 'l tapp and.
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The ������!'���.���' ���
t nllc
���e:l 1
hit  judges, Btftti
riders,   lis  wll as nnr  of  Ihe   llnest
horsemen or his day.    He was known VlOtmlB'g birthday,  to the exirnl  of
in  his riding davs ai l.or.l  Melgand .confinitm it to alinosl a private affair
una rode tinder the assumed name or | for tho immodlnto families.
"Mr. Holrv."    Sp��iaking from tncinnry
1  think that hc nn'iah-ed in  the first
Adopt Cor-.mission Government.
Passadena, Cal., April "    Pasadena
elected the five men today who will
conatltue  the   city's  flrsl   governlcs
body niiiirr the recently adopted com-
.iiiission  form   of  government.    Thev
���ure It   1��� Metcalf. T. I)   Allen.  A, 1,
No official  announcement Iuir yet
'beun made as to thc Arrangements,
Hamllton|
Loughry,
M. 11. Salisbury, and \V.
offlc'nls, legislators and county nnd
municipal Officer* In Colorado used
passes.
sir Arthur Blgnold presided at tin-
annual dinner In London of the Robb
and Cromarty umi Sutherland Aaaoclation, of  which  he  has bn n  presi
11 i drill
a rn
fir
ord
seventeen   :
:iiii ndonce.
*.rs.   There wns : FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAQI PtVt
the Englishman urn beautiful boxers
but both lack stamina and endurance.
In his bout with Klaus last June
at. Dieppe, QeOrgSI led the way iiiokI
of the tlmn until frank put ono over
that drew blood. At thut Carpentler'B
manager, who Just couldn't bear to
see the Idol of France so roughly
treated by u canllle Amcrli|ue, Jump
ed Into the ring, threw his arms
around lleorges, kissed him on the
forehead and dragged him to bin cor
n ST.
BUCK MARSHALL SIGNS
WITH SALMON BELLIES
Four  Champions    Hang     Up    Their
Sticks But Places Ara  Already
Filled.    Two Glffords Step
Down.
FAREWELL BANQUET
TO BILL TURNBULL
llOllj lltjIiliiM   Will   be
gtlteiiell ���'(���his   coin
Ah Intimated In the News a few
days ago, the Hulmi
considerably Htrength
lug Houm.ii by the |lg| Ing of Hurt
Marshall, tho New WmtiinltiMer boy
who made a name for himself hm
summer helping to win the championship of tbe lllg Kour fir the Toiuu
tos.
Buck returned lo the city last fall
nnd while reticent about his pluns, ll
linked oui a few days ngo, lhal be
was willing to thrown In his lot with
his former team mates and help defend llle famous Minto trophy agfctnsi
all conn rs. Marshall's gain to tie*
Westminster v.ill be a serious loss to
the eastern mogul Ilobsri J, Flaming,
who  when   mil   acting as  Managerial
pointsman for the Toronto Street itaii
way,  taki s a  flyer In lacrosse.
Duck's opinion of Fleming Ih nil
lo the good, be claims be was treat
id like a prince list summer and had
every opportunity of again figuring
iiii Hie Toronto lineup, but bis re
gnrd for bill own town has gol lhe
hitler of blm uud he can again be
classed us B red shirt.
Things arc moving along a I a
steady pace with the local club these
flays.    Th, re are several  vaeaiiee . : i
be patchi d up before the training sea-
eon Opens Up bul according to the of
f e'.als of the club, loose will be well
filled during the nexl ten days,
Another star of the liig Four whose
name Is withheld for obvious roasi ns
ni ihe present time, has wired llie
local executive asking for a place
on ihe World Champion's fine-up an3
who, according to Marshall, has lacrosse for ins middle name Bhould
he accept  lhe terms of Ihe Westmin
i ter einb Hi stern player is all r< a ly
to book bis passage on the Imperial
Limited and lake up his res.ilenee in
the |tp>al t',t\, tne western lacrosse
nursery.
Kour players will probablj hang up
ti-.. ir st'.cki this seaaon, these being
T*i limy    (efford.    the    new    manager.
Jlmmla Gifford, who finds that business Interests will Interfere with his
playing, lllll Turnbull. who leaves for
the Cariboo on Sunday, and I'at Keen
ey. I'at realizes that his days as a
lacrosse i layer are about over and
wb ie be may n'"<n a contract with
tb,. local club 11 Ih very doubtful
whether l'e will !*������ seen 'it any of
He    regular   games.
In Ihelr places will be Marshall,
"Leo Gregory and mil Patohell,
tif the two latter thin will mean a
b'g Jump from the Banlor Amateur
ranks, but lh" Salmon Bellies have
not get the hoggish spirit which will
keep them from assisting the youngsters, nnd before the season opens it
Is thought that Uie new add'tinns will
lie in shape to repel the titlarks of
either   Vancouver or   Victoria.
Members of  Lacrosse Team and  the
Executive Make Presentaticn of
Gold Locket.
Oeneral expreHBions of regret wi re
passed at a farewell banquet tender
id to William (Bill) Turnbull who Ih
leavfng for the Cariboo district on Sunday next, where he hop, h to make his
future home The gathering was held
In the Westminster club and was ut-
tendid not only by the present lacrosse -stars of the city but also by
members of present and paBt execu
lives.
\'o le: s than four pail presidents
of the DC.I, A. and also Ihe present
head  wire In attendance, Uicho being
TWO CHAMPIONSHIP
GAMES SATURDAY
R. C.  H. 8. Meet  St.  Andrew's    and
Rovers Meet Westham Islanders
at  Moody/ Park.
Two games wlll be staged on Moody
Park Saturday afternoon, both of
which have a championship tag attached. The first contest will be between the Hoyal City high school eleven and St. Andrews of Vancouver In
a Klndlay Shield conteBt. The local
boys huve got to. secure both points
In this conteBt if tliey hope to retain
possession Of thd trophy, for a defeat
or even a draw will hand tho cham
plonsblp of the Junior Alliance to the
Vancouver outfit.
The other Contest which will be
played Immediately following the Al-
llance fixture will be between Ihe
Westminster   Hovers   and     Westham
island in a re-played  semi-final for
the National Cup. ThlH will the third
time these clubs have come together
In a National Cup conteBt this Reason,
bul from the optimistic mood of Man
ager (irant, Saturday's game will settle the proceedings and find tlie Hovers  illgible  to   meet   the  Thistles  of
or A.  W, Cray, II.  Ryall, Charlie | Vancouver in  the  final.
BUN CLARK HAS
SIGNED CONTRACT:
M
Webb, Nels Nelson and Alderman A
K   Kellington.
Although everyone presented voiced
ilu- sentiment that Dill would be inlss-
ul from the lineup and several even
hoped that be wuuld sre his way to
come back again before the hc:isoii if
ended, the majority realized that Hill's,
move in having this eity nnd going
to the upper country would be accompanied wllh every success and lhat he
would make good In the district just
the same as he has made good in Hub
city, bolh as a lucres;ie player and as
a citizen
Lacrosse Commission.
Mayor Cray. In commenting on the
proposi <i l&croBBe GommlBiion which
win be taken up with the Eastern mag*
nates by Con. Jones anil Lionel Yorke
Btal 'I Hint while tliere may be Home
gocd features in a commission he saw
trouble if the old National Lacrosse
Union' iiie eastern mursery of the na-
tional raiiie, was left out in tiie cold.
, |" ..king    of    the    presi lit lacrosse
situation, ex-Mayor uee stated that
whereaa in past years there bad been
wrangllngs between tii'- Vanoouver
ami Westminster clubs, ibe prospects
for 1913 nev, r looked brighter Agreements had bun signed anil will' have
to be lived up to or the gentlemen con-
neriiil wiih the club that creates the
trouble wlll be branded ni-i unfit lo be
connected with Incrosee.
Presented   Locket.
Manager Tommy Clifford 'iid 'hi
honors el the evening, for lifter
Ing a brief speech about the worth
of liill Turnbull as a lacrosse player
presi nted the latter with a gold locket
beautifully engruv.d. with a diamnoil
embedded  In   the centre.
Mr .1 lt Agar, president of the lo-
cal club presided at the banquet nml
.called on the following for a few
words:
Messrs. II Ityall, C. A. Welsh,
Mayor Gray, John A. I  Cowan McGowan, Nels NelBOn. 1) W Ollohrlst,
T Qlfford, Jr., J. Howard. Tom Hen-
tiie. I'at Feeney, Ciurdun Spring, ICcl-
dle McCarthy, Harry Iiurr. Dr. J G;
McKay, Pr. F, 1*. Smith, Aid. A. E. Kel-I Fletnln
llngton, fleorge Hennie. Leu .urnhull, ndvanct
Irving Wlntemute. Bun Clarke. I).
(DuckI  Marshall and Hugh Clifford.
Tlie Westhntn Islanders have made
a mark for themselves during the
past winter hv the aggressive tactics
displayed In all their games and while
tlieir record takes second place to
ihat of the Hovers a classy battle
should ensue which will be of Interest
to thn soccer fans of the city.
The future sunport to the Rovers
hinges on this battle for the
are in no mood to witness a similar
������Mi'ost as Hint seen nt Sapperton
last Saturday when they only manag-
d lo make a draw with the Thistles
��o that it Is up tn the local boys to
ihow  their prowness with the ball.
PRINCESS RETURNS
TO SEE YOUNG SON
Louise    of    Saxony    Separated    from
Eight  Children  and   Two  Husbands���Young as Ever.
Florence, April fi.- -The return here
of the former Crown I'rliicesB Louise
of Saxony, who eloped with Andre
Olron, the music teacher of her chll
dren, und afterwards married Eurico
TcbbcIII, the pianist, to see her
young son, started stories and rumors
of the wildcat nature.
She is Bald to have attempted ruI
Olds, to be on lhe point of Immuring
herself In a castle In Austria, and
also to have decided to return to llrus
���els. One fact Is evident, this irre
preHslble lady Bei-nia to havo drank
the elixir of youth.
She Is dressed In the latest fashion
and Is smiling and debonnalr ns she
walks the streets, She looks ns If sh<
had never known separation from hei
eight children and two husbands, She
had an Interview with her child at the
office of the doctor.
Her mother-in-law remained neai
the child Inside Ihe houae. while Slg
nor Tesselll, with several policemen
atood outside, as lt waB feared she
might attempt to kidnap the child.
Simultaneously with the appearance
of the princess In Florence, Tesselll's
Story of hla marriage appeared on the
bookseller's stands, The only com
ment the princess would make nn the
book was that "No father ever re
talned the love of Ills son by publicly
writing scandalous tales about his
mother."
E. ISLANDERS FIND
FOX FARMING LUCRATIVE
>������������������������������������������������
\* SPORT COMMENT.�� ���
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if iiu the figir.  moguls of Vancouver   attempt   to   pull   off  another
match  between   Bayley,  the present
: light  weight  champion  und  some unknown at Bteveston tbe local follow-*
rs of the fis'io art have firBt got to
' ti"   shown   thai   the   ticket   Bale   is  on
the square b, fore ihey lay down their
hard  earned  coin  of  the  realm  and.
' make  the trip  down  river.
I ast Saturday tliere were many
[residents of this city who parted with I
[��� "V apot which called for a ringside seal, ami found, to their chagrin,
I that nothing was left when they ar-
i rived, but Space in the two dollar
mak-i perch.
Wlnever was responsible for this
muddle is yet unknown but it will
lend as a lesson to these would be
fight promoters to have the ticket
lale game played on lhe level.
Charlottetown, P. K. I.. April 24.���
The first fruits or the silver black
fox industry have come to hand. On
the Dalton ranch near St. Timothy a
Utter appeared on Thursday.
On the Smith company ranch nt
Montague on Good Friday another lit-
Ier appeared and on lhe ranch of
iieprv Stnllb nl Tyron on the Batne
rowd <l!vy another arrival was reported. Owing to the extreme secretlveness ol
Madame Reynold and her objection tr
human Interference the number of
young foxes cannot yet be determined
All that is known so far is that
long before they were born they were
told nl prices ranging from $fi<lfl0 to
$l2.nfi1 per pair. Altogether there
have been srld lo date options on ?,",0
pairs, nt an average price of Jl-9,000
per pair.
There lire inquiries fnr at least 8511
pair-* more, 100 Of which could I.e
placed n om Charlottetown at 113.000
per pair and which can not be filled
unless the products of the rarlou-i
ranchers exceed the expectations by
about I'll per cent.
ROYAL THEATRE.
Manager Glllls of the Hoyal theatre
claims that the most sensational moving picture show ever seen in New
Westminster will be here tomorrow
when Kupert JeffklnB, the Australian
"Speed King," opens for a one day en
gagement, with his famouB pictures pf
the 50 mile International Sweepstakes
auto race.
What Is said to be one of the most
pathetic BCenes ever witnessed ln the
automobile world happens when the
Mercedes car was 17 miles ln tbe lead
with only two more lapB to go to win
tho race, this car broke down after
running for five and A half hourB without thn driver havlngUnythtng to eat
or drink Jeffkins and De Palma gol
out and pushed the car to the finishing
line, a distance of threi quarters of a
mile, puzzling the world's scientists
by showing such stamina artcr averaging 82 miles an hour for 497 miles.
All of theBe happenings are pointed
out from the stage by Jeffkins himself.
He also Introduces thn drivers and
cars as they stand out boldly before
the onlookers. They can be recognized at a glance, lt took 100 moving
picture cameras to take theBe wonderful pictures. They were stationed at
-different points on the track.
PROSECUTE PICTURE THEATRES
FOR   BENEFIT OF  DAYTON
Winnipeg, Man., April 3���Attorney
General Howden authorized this afternoon the proBecutlon of the moving
picture men who had their houses
open  Sunday for the Dayton benefit.
Chief of Police McPherson reported
then, as placeB that had provided an
entertainment In contravention of the
Lord's Day observance act and ut
which a fee  was taken.
FOUR  HUNDRED WED
IN   BOMBAY  CEREMONY
Bombay, April 3.���Four hundred
weddings were celebrated simultaneously on Saturday at Surat, among
members of the I.ewa Kunbi cante.
None of the brides was over 12 year3
of age, the majority being from one
to seven years old. The bridegrooms
varied from throe to nine.
.Most of lhe contracting parties sat
or lay on the laps of their parents
during the ceremony and were given
sweets to keep them quiet, The caste
only celebrates weddings every 10 or
12 years.
We Act as Agents Only for the Purchase and  Sale  of Real Kstate.
We havo placed with us, a number of good lots In the city for
Immediate sale. Price $500 each; cash $60, balance $15 per month.
Size 52x118 feet, with lane at rear.
SNAP. A fine double corner, cleared, on Douglas Koad, size lOOx
110 feet, For ft quick sale will take $1700; $500 caBh, balance 6,
12 and 18 months.
Three lots on Seventh avenue. High Bide of Btreet, all cleared,
good view. Size 42x140 feet. I'rice $1250 each; one third cash, balance 6, 12 months. I M
Lot on Fifth street, all cleared, size 52.9x148^ feet. Price $1650;
one third cash, balance 6, 12 and IS months.
Also stores for rent.
WESTMINSTER TRUST, LIMITED
J. J. JONES, Managing Director.
Hoia Office: Columbia and Begble Streets, New Westminster.
���;  tf
Ir,
iH
ii/
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING Co., lid.
JAMES BROOKES.
BANK, OFFICE, AND STORE FITTINGS, SHOW
CASES, SASH, DOORS, MOULDINGS, TURNING, FRAMES, INSIDE FINISH,
GENERAL MILL WORK.
Phone 473 Beach St., Lulu Island.
RICHARDSON & HUMPHRIES
MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
709 Columbia St. Westminster Trust Bldg.
Bitulithic Paving
The Most Scientific of all Pavings
is meeting with the greatest favor wherever laid.
MAY  DAY  WILL TEST
PARIS CHIEF OF  POLICE
Paris. April 3. -A high official of
tho French government lias given out
that the successor to M. Leplne as
prefect of the Paris police would be
M. f'clestin lleunlon, now the founder
of the departn-ent of general security
under the minister of the Interior.
M.  Ilennion  is  an  officer    of    the
Lrglon of Honor and wears the viole'
decoration  of   public   instruction   am',
j'he green and red decoration of azTj
with liis Jaws locked ��s the result ot I culture.     He   Is   an   enthusiastic  VlOrA]
an attack ot typhoid nearly lii year hoglBt, an expert fencer,    a    splendid!
ago. Lcroy SicKlrled, son cf a farmer Wennls player and a good pistol shot.    \
11 Waterloo, N. Y��� soon will be able |     M.     Hennion     is   eighteen    year
lo talk and eat normally, following an !younger than M. Leplne. He was.bor
DUMB  FOR  FIFTEEN YEARS.
Operatic-i    on    New    Ycrk    Farmer
Causes Man to Speak.
New ^orl;. April :'.. ���Left dump and
New Westminster, In the event of
i natlrmil lacrosse commission beitiR
I formed between the east nnd the west
| will never consent to anything else
: but the Minto Cup being ihe emblem I
j of the world's increase championship.
The  famous old  trophy is resting on
Will  Once   Merc Guard  Nets for the
Champlonc���Jchnny   Howard
Safe.
llun Clark wll main guard the nets
tif the Westminster lacrosse team tliif
eeaaon. Yesterday the Fergus player
affixed bis John Hancock ton contract
and has cai1 in his lot with llie rest
<if the home-lirews who are playing
under Ihe cooperative system. This
should be welcome news to the local
followers Of the national pastime especially since he has agreed to play
under the same principle ns the oilier
boys, , ,
K.ver since he was captured from
Vancouver In April, l!lt2.*Run Clark
iias worked himself In with the citl
SODS of New Westminster, hus made
Itood In his position at1 the j-flgternment
building and from noW on wants to he
Known first last and all the time as a
Royal City citizen.
Johnny Howard Is the only player
unsigned, hid the former Shamrock
tttnr Intimated to The News that he
would be seen wearing the red and
blue uniform this coining summer.
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SPORTOGRAPHY ���
(Hy "CAvy.")       ���
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KLAUS IS  MOST PROMISING
MIDDLEWEIGHT  BOXER
Frank Klaus, who won the middleweight championship of France by defeating Billy Papke recently, and who
is now on the eve cl a u.utle with
Oeorge Carpeuiier, the French b���r
lookB like the moat promlBing of the
numerous aspirants tor the title lorui-
erly held by such great fighters us
Mike Donovan, Jack Dempsey, Hob
Fltxslmmons, Tommy Ryan, Kid Mo-
Coy and Stanley Kolchell.
On their recent showings. Gibbons
���md McQoorty don't class Willi the
Husky I'enntylvaniau. Carpentier is.a
���lever and finished boxer but it will
be surprising If he is aide to withstand   the   onrushes of the savage
Klaus   Marcel Moreau, another French
aspirant   for   the   title,   was   recently
lefeated   by   the   venerable Willie
Lewis.
Jack Harrison, thc British middleweight champion, was knocked out
last month hy Harry Lewis, the New
York Jewish welterweight, und would
not stand n chance against Klaus
Klaus was horn in Pittsburg, Pa., and
's now in hie 88th year. He Ib of
(lermanAmerican descent, nnd stand
the hanks of Ihe Fraser at the present time and no matter what It. J
and the Hig Four delegates
n the line of suggestions and
ni which Con Jones might acquiesce
Hie team from the Itoynl City will not
Btand for any commission If such sug
cost ions are brought in the proceed
Ing connected with the formation of
a national oreauization.
Mr Nels NelstJn, former president
nf the II. C. L. A., and one who wlll
hark tiie Saimen Hollies through thick
and thin, voiced thc sentiments of the
'earn and the city, nt the banquet given to Bill Turnbull last evening and
the manner in which it was received
left no doubt about the general feeling  In  the  nintter.
LARGE   ATTENDANCE   AT
SCOTCH   ENTERTAINMENT
Loral Scots held their final entertainment  of  the  Benson  last  evening
n St. Patrick's hall, where merriment
held full sway until an early hour
this morning.
William McKnv. champion High
land dancer in liritish Columbia was
in his element, giving several selections, while Mr. Speedie, of Sapper-
Ion Interspersed the dancing with one
or  IWO  vocal  selections.
The largest attendance of the sea-
ton was present and from Ihe remarks
missed, the West minster Caledonian
Society Ib on a firm footing and their
entertainments will be looked forward
to when next winter comes along.
Messrs Beaton, Boyle and Herland
composed the committee.
1907
1908
five feel seven and a half inches. He
, began boxing as a professional at the Home   and   Forel|n , MIsslonB.
��� ������������������������������������������������ age of 17 and since then has taken Ottawa. April 3.- The Missionary
I TODAY IN PUGILISTIC ���I pari in about X0 battles. Society cf the Church of England n
1                      ANNALS                       ���      He  has   never  y. t.  been   decisively  Canada convened here today.   In 1912
* **** 1 ******* i defeated   although   Hilly   Papke   gave   U42,220  was  received   on  nn   appor-
��� ���������������������������������,��������������� ,;,;, | ���Md arKunirnt i��� ��� six round I tlonment   of   $148,400.    The   revenue
Bailor    Burke    defeated    Joe affair back In 1909,   jWarly allot his was $165,835, of which $80,000   was
rounds al Phlladel- recent  battles, including those  with spent at home and $87,000 on torelgn
'carpentier and  Moreau last year and , mission  work,
American,   dr*  hla recent bout wllh Papke. wc*fo won j
Watson  In  four I on fouls,   Carpentier, the Frenchman,
I litis
min
1911
11)12
Grim in six
phla.
Willie      Lewis
tested  Curle.y   >*���>������������� ,
rounds at   Paris.
Hire, r Stanley defeated Young I
Sullivan  In  six  rounds  at   Loii-.ts that ever put on a glove
(|on In   Frank's  opinion
Sailor lltirko and  Jack  (Twin)
Sullivan   fought.  10   rounds   to
a draw  at.  New   York.
-Luther McCarty   Knocked   out
Al Withers in the 13lh round
lit.  Fargo,  N.D.
-Joe Jeune.tto knocked out
Black Hill In the third round
at   LewlBton,   Me.
is now in IiIb 18th year and Klaus ml j
mils he is one of th" cleverest box-
ever put on a glove.
however, Carpentier has been started too young
and rushed too rapidly for one of his
slender hulld. Carpentier will soon
grow Into a heavyweight and a match
between him and Bombardier Wells
should be a delight to the eyes of
those who like speedy, brainy boxers
rather than thc rough, slugging
brand.    .    Both  the French man  and
Resume Old Demurrage Hates.
Moosejaw, Sask., April 8,-j���The demurrage rates have gone hack to the
old figures of $1 per car dally for
curs detained hy consignees over the
free time allowed by the railway nct.
For the past four months the charge
was $2 for tho first day and $:t tor
every succeeding day and this rate
was put on nt, "��������� '*' "*'"-���! QI the railway companies lo act as a deterrant
to wholesalers using box cars far Btor
ago purposes.
operation performed on his jaws li*-.
Dr. Henry M. Kalvin. of No. 5104
Fourteenth avenue, Borough Park
The operation took place nthe Cone]
Kl.md hospital. The patient is now
utile to artioulate slightly and to open
liis jaws three-quarters of an Inch.
ATter the attack of typhoid it    wn=
necessary  to break away two of    th*" j
young man's front  teeth and insert e
,:;lis-   tttbo I-*1  feed  111"'.     Three  -week'
!ago Dr. Kalvin. who is a chicken fan
icier, went to Mr. Siegfried's farm and
heard of the sou's plight. The surgeor
indued him to go to the Coney Island
hospital and treatment was begun im
mediately,
The young man'B lower jaw was laid
bare and growths of bone of each
-���Me. near the joint, were removed
The muscles of the mouth were then
massaged, For the first time since h��
was stricken Slegfrid was able ti
open his jaws and to talk.
"I don't know just what, has beer
���lone." he said, "and I don't rare par
tirularly. 1 am happy enough to br
able to talk and chew, and do all tht
rest of the things that a person with
jaws ought to do."
WOMEN   EMPLOYEES  ARE
SCARCE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Cape Town, Aprill i-���The recent
OenSUl for the Union ot South Africa
shows thnt out of lfi:l persons employ
ed in Uie education department only
11 are-women, of Lis university am!
college professors 16 are women.
But of s:-liool teachers I other thai
���nusic or art) out of 18,883 person
lO.r.Sti are women, of whom lUS are
colored and 1236 native women. Ol
.*���>% persons engaged in private tuition
r,n tall whites save seven) an
women. That South African women
have marked business capacity ma]
he Inferred from the fact thnt out ol
44 persons engaged in teaching com
mercial subjects no fewer than 28 an
women.
Ot artists and sculptors there were
121 men and 100 women, Of thus
teaching music there were 1021 womi
teaching music there were 102
women anil only 1S5 men, while of
those earning a livelihood aa music
Inns and vocalists 2S1I were men ant'
110 women.
There were four women chemists
,and druggists, as against Call men
chemists, 15 women doctors to 1162
! medical men. 47 women dentists nl
1 dentists' assistants to :'.2S men s'.tni
jlarly employed, Not a single womar
| occupied the position of health de
partment officer or sinitary Inspector
I In sc'entyie pursuits (here ��������,* rp
turned one woman analytical chemist
as against 71 men analytlenl oh"-.
lists; Ot 26 geologists or botanist!
were women,
Iin 1862, and educated in the north of
I France. The salary Is 10.000 franc-
I($20001.
The   Paris  prefect  Ib    never n pro
| moted detective.    Neither M.    Leplne
nor  Hennion  ever  followd    a     singh
j clue.     Hoth  are men  who have risen
by conspicuous ability from exnoutive
insltlons in the police depnrt'-nont. M.
Hennion Is a member ef n Itenohlican
club, married, and his first great try-
out will he the May llav labor demon
stration.    Besides  10.000  polloa,    'he j
prefect commands over Ho.OOi soldiers
Of the Paris garrison.
Bitulithic on Second Street, New Westminster, with Boulevard Dowr<
the Centre.
Bltulithic is noiseTeBs, non-slippery, practically dustleas, eaay    on
homes' feet, and, above all, particularly durable.    For these reasons
Bltulithic ls commended highly by owners ot automobiles and horses,
householders, and city officials.    It has been adopted by fifteen cities
ln Cana4a, and over two hundred in the United States.
Columbia Bitulithic, Ltd.
Phone Seymour 7130.        714-717 Dominion Trust Building, Vancouver.
LOATH  TO  QUIT.
Has Been Cleaning Albert Memorial
for Over 28 Years.
London, April .1.- -The old man who
i-oards the Albert memorial ln Ken-
slnirton Hardens Is today one of the
saddest  men  in  London.
He is being pensioned next month
and the thought of leaving his 160
marble friends weighs heavily nnoi'
him. For 28 years he has guarded
'hem 12 hoers a day until he has
;rown to look upon the memorial
���<tep9 as his homo and the marble Kg
ires as his children.
"Now 1 have to leave them for
Homebody else to XeoV after: h'jt thev
won't love them like I love them. I
*-ant to end mv days with them. I
am 6S years old, I know, but I'm
strong, and none of the young ones
-���an wash them like 1 can. They want
t lot of understanding do those marble
statues imt so lnnrh of the hose
n'nn and nlen'y of 'elbow grease,'
���hat's what  they want."
David Langston has had 42 years'
lervlce, llrst acting pnrkkeeper in
'tegent's park and then aa the
memorial custodian.
The Bank of Vancouver
A general banking buslneaa transacted, drafts and letters uf credit
sold payable In all parts of the world. Savings bunk department at
all branches.
��� SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO *n
BANKING BY MAIL
New Westminster Branch, Cor. 8th snd Columbia Streets
D. O. WILSON, Manager.
Alfred W. MacLeod, the Insurance Man.    Agencies :
Established
Railway Passenger Assurance Co. of London .  . 184J
liuarauteed  by  the North  British       Mercantile
Insurance Co. of Loudon    1809
Palatine Insurance Co. of London  1886
Guaranteed by the Commercial Insurance Company of London    1861
Niagara Fire Insurance Co. of New. York    1850
Svea Fire and Life Insurance Co. of Sweden  .. 181G
Westminster  Trust  Block
I
Assets
8,000,b00
105,000,000
9,000,000
90,000,000
6,000,000
14,000,000
Phone 52.
McCAULEY, THE TAILOR.
A full line of Spring Tweeds, Serges and Worsteds for
both ladies' and gentlemen's suits.
Eighth Street. Dunsmuir Block
i.'. BiB ���**
Ihe population of Stifling hi nip
now over 20,000, the Secret a ry tor
Scotland hns granted the town a separate licensing appeal court. The
court will consist of five magistrates
ot the burgs and an equal number of
justice*;.
Coming Friday
and Saturday
"The
Guiding
Light"
LUBIN SPECIAL
NEW WESTMINSTER BREWERY
ANNUAL BREW OF PALATABLE
BOCK BEE
Thc Great Spring Tonic.
On Draught Today
at all Hotels and Liquor Stores.   Don't miss it.
���
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THE NEW WESTMINISTER NEWS
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1013.
Classified Advertising
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Clssslfled���One eeiit per word per
it. .; 4c per word per week; 15c per
inonth; 5,iiii0 words, to be UBed sb re
ipared wlllln one year from date oi
e..ntract, $25.00.
Birth   or   Marriage   Notices   BOCj
l>eat"h Notice 50c or with Funeral
tice 11.00.   Card of Thanks  50cr per
Inch.
TO  RENT.
TO LKT -FURNISHED, TWO HOUSE
keeping rooms,  Willi Third uv-qjiuo.
\ l lUmfc
;i"c, -,
rrfT
The Want Ads. are
Salesmen, Peacemakers,
Puzzle-solvers, Loss-ad-
iustors, Business-detec"
'lives, Task-doers.
They are Militant Co-operators
with the man who has property
of any sort to Bell���with the
business man, or housewife, who
is "upset" by the loss ot "help"
���with the anxious work-seeker,
against whom the rest of mankind sometimes seems to be hos-
tllely arrayed���with tho landlords who unexpectedly lose tenants���with the business men
who need more capital���with
all who have confronting them
a "want ad task!"
They are as completely at
YOUR SERVICE as are the
street cars or telephoneB���but
their capacity for serving you
Ib much wider, while just as
available.
Tt)    KENT        TWO    KRONT    BED-
rooiiiB..toHWshwl?������U*ble for work-
60'J Victorlsr street nuar
(HSI71
1 moult,   lilt
,��1jik felrlH.
News Office.
INE HUB WHERE   EARLY KINGS WERE
YOU MM REGISTER    HARD ON POACHERS
List Closes on  Monday  Next���Every Forest^ in England Described���Trees
Opportunity   Offered���Roll   up |n Churchyards Are Perquisite
for Westminster. 0f the Parson
**m*>t***
,, . ,    . ., . London,   April   It.   -Addressing    the
Dy an act passed at thc recent seB-  aurv���yorl,   [^tttutlon  in   London   on
slon   of   tho   provincial legislature Forestry Law, B. W. Adkln gave an in-
every -oter    In    11.    C.    Irrespective i toresting  account of  the   forests   of
Foil   RENT���FURNISHED   UOOMS
with board, 125 Third avenue  111X01
KOR RENT- LAItC.K FRONT RED
room, furnished, wllh board. 715
Btli avenue. (985)
KOR    RENT���TWO   UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms. 503 AgneB SL
(966)
TO RENT���TWO LARGE AND TWO
small rooms over the News office.
Suitable for club or light manufac
turtng purposes. Will lease for two
or three year term, singly or en bloc.
Apply to Manager the News.
POR SALE
FURNITURE   OF  A   THREE   ROOM
siiito  for Bale  nnd  the  rooms  for
rent, at $12.50 per month, payable | tion forms can be secured and properly
filled in
of party, creed or position wus disfranchised. Entirely new voters 'llBts
were opened and on these every fully
qualified elector must again register
his name by April 7. or lose bis power
to vote In any.'election, provincial or
Dominion that Anight occur during the
next few months.
Citizens of New Westminster by
the appointing of a score or more
of special commissioners by the government have every opportunity to
hand to place their names on the new-
lists long before the date above mentioned. A number have already performed this duty but others failing to
realize the Importance ot the act or
being unacquainted with the necessity of registering have not done so.
To the latter special attention is called to the list of commissioners and offices given below from which applica-
In advance. The furniture has been
in use only two months. Apply to
T. 1). Coldicutt, Thirteenth avenue
and Sixth street, East llurnaby.
(1004)
The Conservative club rooms, day
and night.
Office of The Rritish Columbian.
Gray & Gilchrist.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
City Hall,
l'lckel   &   Hunt   corner   Flraid   and
TOWS were the little Kround sparrow,
of which we have many. All were
bound on exaclly the buiiiu errand,
and morning after morning we saw
the menu, and each morning we saw
iho same; lt consisted of great neither:! of cut-worniH, from the oabbtt*ffb
destroying size to the tiny little fellow thai later reaches tomnto plunl
cutting singe, and the general destrue
tlon of the shoots of bulbs, both
flowering and edible,
"Yes, they do eat hugs Sometimes,
but a native Bong hird will ent them
ull the time, except for stealing a little trait. Maybe the sparrows are
better thun no birds at all, but most
people would he glud to swap till the
sparrows in Bight and hearing for n
handful of  bluebirds    or    a  pair    of
Quality Tells!
The emphatic demand of the public is for
ALUM"
England and of the growth of the op
pressive laws which were promulgated  thrushes.'
by the early monarcliB to protect their
BportB.
Of the original crown forestB but
few remain. They have lnrgely passed Into the hands of private owners,
and have to a great extent been converted Into park land or Into agricultural or building land. Of those that
remain the chief are Windsor foreBt,
15,175 acres; the New forest, 64,834 1
acres;  the    Forest    of Bean.    18,710
sores; Bere, Alice Holt and I'arkhurst Department of Agriculture Anxious to
forests, the total area of crown woods i ��� . .      "...
and fcircBts being about 115,300 acres.! PUce Buyers In Touch with
The Norman and Plantagenet klngB I Sellers���Costs Nothing.
used   freely,   on     various    occaBionB, j 	
Iheir power to extend still further the |    OUawa   Aprll -j..-[)uri���s   the   past
OWNERS Of GOATS
ASKED TO REGISTER
Tea and "Salada" Only.
Sealed Packets Only
Refuse Substitutes
0?
Black, Mixed or
Uncolorod Qreen
FREE Samples Msiled on Enquiry.       Addr... I   -SALADA," Toronto.
FOR   SALE���IM.   H.   P.    GASOLINE
engine,  and  525  gallon  steel  tank,
with deep well pump and all fittings [Columbia Btreets, day and night
for private  water    Bupply;     cheap.      City   Market.
Apply   T.   I).  Coldicutt,   Thirteenth I    M. J.  Knight &  Co.
avenue and Sixth street, East Hur- I    J. B, Hrown & Co.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED���MATERNITY NURSING.
Apply 624 Thirteenth streeL or
I'hone R 274. (1005)
LADY WANTS POSITION AS HOUSE
to house canvasser. Apply P. O.
llox 1012, city. (1001)
WANTED���POSITION RY YOUNG
lady aa stenographer, Good references.   Apply Box 1000, Dally News
WANTED ��� PUPILS TO LEARN
sketching, indoor and outdoor, paint
ing, water colorB or crayon. 210
AgneB street. (999)
naby.
(1004)
FOR SALE���THE DUNSMUIR CAKE,
doing good business. Apply C. I).
Munn, 40 Eighth Btreet. (9941
WANTED FOR RENT���FIVE OR
six roomed house, furnished, must
be modern in every way. Give full
particulars to Topping's Agency,
521 Westminster Trust lllk. or Burnaby office. East llurnaby. Phone
1110. (1008)
WANTED- PAINTER   FOR   A
days.   Apply 4;i Royal avenue.
FEW
(988)
JUST LIKE RENT���FINE MODERN
five-room bungalow, located on Seventh avenue; one block from car
line, Thla bungalow has all conveniences, including fireplace; view
unexcelled. J340O takes it; $250
cash and the balance like rent.
Owner is tired of tenants. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521 Columbia street.    Phone 515. (998)
Westminster
Phipps,
George
E. Mac-
Stoncy,
Purvis,
FOR SALE-SMALL HOUSE AND
lot on Twelfth avenue; one block
and half from car line; owner must
sell and will sacrifice. $1X00; cash
$150, balance sa rent. Topplng'B
Agency. 521 WeBtmlnster TruBt
Rldg. Burnaby Office, P. O., East
llurnaby.   Phone 1110. (996)
FOR SALE���MAHOGANY AND OAK
Furniture.    Box   981,   News   Office.
NEW   AGENCY    FOR   NEW   WESTMINSTER AND FRASER VALLEY
���arctits   wanted   for   Commercial
Proposition.     Must   have   $500     tol
tf>0(io capital.   Will give a nut PRO-}
FIT ot ADD per cent, on Investment
with   services.     Capital   ab��olutely
secured.    NO  RISK OR SPECULATION   IN   THIS   AT   ALL.     If  you
write   Post   Office   Box   1016,   Vancouver.  H.  C,   we  will be glad    to
make an appointment. (983)
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKING BY
the day.    Box 973, News Office.
WANTED TO RENT���SMALL FUR-
nlshed cottage. Apply Box 967,
News Office.
FOR    SALE���ONE    OF    MY    TWO
hunting dogs, your choice of Pointer or  Setter.    Apply   P.O.   Box  865,
city. (984)
FOR     SALE
steel  rimtv,
Btreet.
SIX     HOLE
(-.heap;      2\1
LeeB Limited.
The Labor Temple.
Thomas      Rutledge,
[Trust  block.
Mr. T. Gifford, jeweler.
MessrB. Wm. Pope, W, S.
j Percy Hunt, J. E. Brown
��� Blakely, Clarence D. Peele, D,
Kenzle, D, W. Gilchrist, R. A
James Ferguson, Charlea
Mathew J. Knight, John A. Lee, Thos.
Rutledge, Ralph Churton, William Gifford, Nela Nelson. Alexander Garrett,
Charles M. Nicholson, Geo. Kennedy,
J. B. Jardine, H. Gilley, Geo. Mackie,
Ed. Goulet, J. S. Bryson, 1). Douglas,
D. Macpherson, W. Macadam, It. Buck-
land, W. S. JohnBon, E. J. Boughen,
A. H. Hahler, R. W. \A\ne, F. B. En-
nlB,  A.  L.  Lavery,  M.  W.  Minthome.
Jas. B. Kennedy, Job W. Irwin, Sapperton; John Reid, J.P.. WeBtmlnster
Iron WorkB; C. B. Sword, J.P.
ln addition to these commissioners
declaration may be made before the
mayor, any justice of the peace, notary public, government .agent, assessor, mining recorder, judge of any
court, county clerk or aseesBor.
The following offices will he kept
open on Saturday evening from 7 to
10 o'clock: Mr. George Kennedy, Kennedy Bros., over Merchants' Bank; Mr.
Kd. Goulet, C.P.R., depot; Mr. W. Mc-
Adam and Mr. E. J. Hroughen. Hart
building,
royal forests, and even ��b late as the
17th century Charles 1. enlarged those
In Essex to the extent of nearly the
whole country.
The forest lawa were dispensed In
former times by special officers appointed for the purpose, and It has
been stated that the most horrid
tyrannies and oppressions were exercised. Three courts administered the
laws -the court of attachment, or
woodmote, at whieh tho preliminary
inquiries were made; tho swalnscole,
or court of freeholders, at which Ihe
cases were tried; nnd the court of the
justice In Eyrie, the chief forest official, al which judgment waa given.
The Great Charter of 1215 and many
subsequent charters and enactments
afforded relief from these burdensome
laws, and In 1225 fines and Improson-
ment were substituted for mutilation
and death as punishment for forest
offenses. In reference to the law gov-
emlng the ow-nership of trees.
Mr.  Adkln  mentioned  as  an  inter-1
estlng fact that the trees in church-1
yards belong to Ihe parson, nnd no one
can  cut    them without    hiB consent,,
while he can  only  fell  them,  unless
they  are  decayed,  for  the  repair  of  stock
the church and parsonage house.
few months the live stock branch of
��� the Dominion department of agrieul-
I ture has been In receipt of numerous
Inquiries an u. a bere it might be
possible '���, purchase either Angora
or milch mollis.
lt would appear that In many parts
of the Dominion the demand for these
useful and profitable animals is rapidly developing and that those who at
present have any surplus Block can
lind a ready sale for them if a channel of communication between supply
and demand la established.
Accordingly as a means of starting
a convenient directory of Canadian
breeders of Angora goats and milch
goats, the live Btock commissioner
will be. pleased to receive froth aueh
breeders information regarding their
respective flocks covering the following points:
1. Kind and number of goats kept. I
2. Usual number for Bale each year.
3. Approximately the prices asked, j
4. If possible a brief statement re-1
garding expenses found necessary and
the returns which may be expected by
one engaging in raising this clasa of
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Notice Is hereby given that the flrat
altttng of tho Court of Revision on
the Assessment Roll for 1913 will be
held at the Council Chamber, City
Hall, New Westminster, B.C., on the
16th day of April, 1913, at 11 a.m.
Notice of any  complaints must  be
given to the Assessment Commissioner in writing at leaat ten days
prevloua to the Bitting of the Court
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
the 17th day of March. 1918.
W. A. DUNCAN.
(882) City Clerk.
HEE CHUNG
MERCHANT TAILOR
New Spring and Summer Suitings
now on display. Sen thein. Perfect
tit aud workmanship guaranteed. 701
Front Street.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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J. T.  BURNETT'S  PRINT  SHOP
JOB   PRINTING
of all kinds.
Prices right.   Satisfaction guaranteed
59 McKenzie St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i
Office  Phone  1S5.      Barn  Phons 137
Begble Street.
Baggage Delivers* Promptly to
any part of the city.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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light and Heavy Hauling
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! and 11 p. in.
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i��eav����H Vancouver   for   Prince   ttupeii
and  Northern   Points    10 p.  m.    \V>dn��*a*
| days.
Leaves Vancouver **v��*ry vTedneaday ������
| io p. rn
Leaves  Chllllwack   T   a.   m.   Tuesday
I Thursday and Saturday.
Subscribers
who do not receive
I a.m. should
The News befor*
BIRDS PROVE GOOD
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Communications supplying the
above Information Rhould be addi-fus-
ed to the live stock comtnt-SBionor.
O-tawa, Ont. Such letters do not require postage.
Chilliwack Service
tieavea  Westminster  8  a.   m.   Monday.
Wedneaday and Friday.
UD. OOULKT,  Agent,  New Weetmlruiter.
H. W. BTlODtB. O. P. A.. Vancouver.
TELEPHONE 999
snd make complaint. Only In this way
may an efficient delivery be maintained.
Striking Instances Given of DeDstruc-
tion of Pests by Massachusetts
Expert���Sparrow's  Uses.
Victoria, April S.���Mr. Walter P.
Burton, of this city, gives extracts
from The Oologist, which tend to support the cunienUonH ot those who de-
*~~��,    *?l" "" uoi-t  Hi**  ���
Oakland \     Apvltcants must tie mats TlrUUti a\rt>- \ cUu-e that certain apectca ot tjlrda ar
19801 \Sect-a and 21 years ot age    That ihey \ decidedly beneficial to all cl&tniua in
���\holrt  Buch qualifications  iriuBt be  de-1 community  rather than otherwise
FOR S.M.K OHKAP--NEAI-U.Y NKW 1 clared on oath before any of the com-
corrugated iron   water   tank.   BOO I mlBSlonera
gallons;    nlso    Bmall    dash    churn. |reglstef,
basin,   print,   etc.     Geo.    Rumble.
Jubilee, B.C. (939)
or   others    authorized to
POR SALE��� CHEAP HOUSES IN
all parts of Queensborough, $700 up.
Also good building lots. Queensborough Realty Co., Ewen    avenue.
(943)
liltBSSMAKliNG   WANTED  BY   THE
day.    Apply Box 966, Daily News.
COLLECTIONS.
IAD   DEBTS   COLLECTED   EVERY-
where.    No. collection,  no charge.
American-Vancouver Mercantile Agency. 330 Hastings street west, Vancouver, ll. C. (976)
FOR RENT.
Three
bath;   In
room
ai ml;
furnished
hot nml c
suite,   with
iid  wuter.
Rradley Apartments.
1218  Fifth   Avenue Phone  750
FOUND.
POUND    PLATED   WATER   .111(1,
engraved  "Hubbard"    Apply to (l.
Munday, Knox  street, Sapperton,
1987)
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
ACROSS   THE   CONTINENT   WITHOUT   THE   ANNOYANCE   OF
CHANGING CARS.
Week  End tickets on sal" to local
1 oints at single Fare for Round Trip
in   Fridays,   Saturdays  and   Sundays.
Por rales and reservation apply    to
ED. OOULET, Agent
New Westmlnslei
i f  H.   W    Hrodle, OP.A ,  Vancouver
POOL AND CIGARS.
King's Hotel Pool Room
Best Pool Tables In the city. Klne
1 ue of Cigars and Tobacco. 8portlng
events bulletined.
A   G. BEATON. Proprietor.
KXCELSIOR BARBER SHOP
HAIR CUTTING     BEARD CUTTING
lASSAOINQ SHAVING
Specialty���Treatment of the scalp
l     V liro-Massagi. and Glover's Earn-
o��� i Stimulating Tonlca.
DAVID DOYLE, 35 Eighth St.
SEE THE EVOLUTION OF A COOK j
Stove.   Canada's    ''ride     Malleable I
Ranges $1.00 down, $1.IH1 per week.
Canada  Range  Co.,  Market square.
19741
DO YOU WANT THE BEST LOT IN
the city or Burnaby at the price?
Do you want it very close to tbe
car, Do you want electric light ami
water? Do you want a splendid
view? Do you want a lot that wlll
Increase In value rapidly? Do you
want to cut down tlio coat of living
b>j owning your own home? lf these
are Home of your wants see us today as we havo Just a few lots left.
two blocks from city limits ami
two blocks from car; open streets.
all conveniences, one of the best
view-B In the disirict. Only $25 caah
and $ln per month secures one of
these fine liomesites. We want you
to See the property us it will Btand
Inspection. National Finance Company, Ltd.. 621 Columbia street.
I'hone alTi.
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVES
Women's oemmeaest allmeat
���the roet ��f se much .1 their
lU-hoslth���promptly yfhia to
the  gentie  but certain act*.
of Ni-Dru-Ce Laxatives.
25c. a b*x at yeur iruj-jlst's.
hatiohal aa*. ta* .txttaseax o*.
ar ex**.*. Littuta*.
TENDERS FOR COAL.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
WANTED
GOOD BUILDING LOTS
in the City
ln Exchange for
HOUSES
House to Rent, $30.
Cottage to Rent, $22.
Cottage to Rent, $15.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real Etate and Insurance.
Notary Public.
Curtis Block, New Westminster, B.C.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, marked "Tenders for coal"
up to noun of Wednesday, Aprll 8th,
for supplying lump, nut and pea coal
to the following schools:
Duke of Connaught  High School.
F, W   Howay,
John Robson.
Lord  Kelvin.
Richard  McBride,
Herberl  Spencer,
Lord  i later.
Queensborough.
Delivered in bulk a lhe sb ive
Bchools, Successful tenderer will l>"
required lo furnish satisfactory bond
for carrying out of contract. Lowest,
or any, tender not necessarily accepted,
L,   AVOUY   WHITE.
Becretary, Board of School Trustees.
New Westminster, B. C, unosi
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL (Pald-Up)  ....$16,000,000.00
RESERVE    $16,000,000.00
Branohes throughout Canada   and
Newfoundland, and In London, Kng
land. New York. Chicago and Spokan,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted, t.etten
���if Credit Issued, available with cor
respondents In all parts of the world
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in Bums of $1 and upward
tnd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
iiiniini (present rate).
Total Assets over $186,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O,  D.  BRYMNER.  Manager
Clark-Fraaer Realty Co.
Formerly at 610 Columbia St., now at
607 Front St.    Phone It 1031,
New   Westminster,  B.C.
Real Estate and Business Chances.
Acreage  and  Choice  Fruit Lands a
Specialty.
The magazine, which is published ln
thu Interests of bird fanciers, in Its
Issue of January 15, had the following
from W. II. Strong, of Sau Jose, California'.
"A very interesting experiment by
Mr. E. II. Forbush, state ornithologist
of Massachusetts, shows how the birds
w>ll work lor us if we will only let
them. An old neglected orchard was city offers es.ee
selected and special efforts were made flights and an
to attract the birds during the winter
tuontlis, by preparing food which tliey
particularly liked and placing ii where
they could readily find it; for instance, suet, which waB tied to the
branches of the trees.
"As a result of this effort, tlie birds.
Instead of leaving when the snow-
fell, remained; and chickadees,
nuthatches, woodpeckers and creepers
spent the winter In this old orchard,
eating large numbers of eggs of the
fall cankerworm moth and the larvae
of other Injurious insects. In the
spring, when the female eatikerworin
mollis appeared, the chickadees fed
on these.
"Other trees in the neighborhood
wer,. badly Infested with worms,
while this orchard where the winter
birds haiV been al work was practically Iree trom thetn, The tew which
did appear were easily disposed of by
Bummer birds which cama to the
locality,
������The other orchards wer.. almost
stripped nf their foliage, bul this one
retained Its leaves, and with one ex*
cepiien wns the only orchard ill tlie
���ieii i. iii .ri... *.(| t" prndncn nny fruit. It
Ms Interesting to note that the exception was the orchard nearest the one
in which the experiment was tried."
In Defence of the Spirrow.
The ������.une writer also contributes
the folio" ing: "The English sparrow
.has been -rn universally condemned nf
late that one might believe lhat it had
J nol a redi emlng quality, it Is true
that it  Is pugnacious, driving away
Other birds, even those much larger
I than itself.    It. is largely a cltv bird.
and its nests aro not pleasant objects.
where they are numerous or to be
I Been, but wo believe these are the
\ principal  charges against   It,
"We have often watched these birds
In the evening catching   mollis   nnd
other injurious Insects for their young
and have been Impressed with   their
value as insectivorous birds, Tliey
���u III catch insects o" the wing by hundreds. Tliey are largely a city b'rd
and fond of the liaiinis nf man. II Is
not often lhat tliey will be found far
|oul In the country or away from
bouses.
But the sparrow lias been given n
bad name, whether altogether deserved or not we are not tr'" ���ivd to s-iv
but Professor H. B. Fullerton, of the
Long Island experiment n'atlon. comes
'o Us defence and Bnvg;
"We have proof positive that no soil
tiller can ufTord to kill even the pnr-
liciilarly friendless English sparrow.
ThlH year wn watched these little fellows with great Interest, Tbey were
mighty busy after tlu-lr plunge In our
bird bath, some In the newly seeded
ground, others along the rows of
plants Just up.
"ln company with the Kngiish spar
CALGARY CITIZENS WILL
PRESENT AEROPLANE
; Calgary, Alta., April 3.���A war aeroplane fund haa been opened In this
city, and already $ltion haa been
pledged by prominent citizens towards
the construction of such an aircraft, i
When completed, the aeroplane will
he handed over to the Britiah government as a gift from Ihe citizens oT
Calgary to be used in the defence of
the einplrp.
It Is estimalted that the cost of the
proposed "Dreadnought of the air"
will be in the neighborhood of $5oti0.
il,i<\   t-fte   promoli.,r,i  ot   Hiw   Bf.n-t-mt,,  nrt.
\ conn-dent   that   -lhe    aum    can    b��s   ob
tttined   with  ease.
Tbe BrltlBh government has not
been consulted in tlie matter, but tt
ia certain that such a gift or gifts
from Canadian cities will be greatly
acceptable to them. In line wllh the
proposed fund, it is possible that a
school for instruction in air navigation
will be opened In Calgary.
The open prairie that surrounds the
ent opportunities for
ideal aviation field
could be found within easy reach of
Ihe eity. Up to now Calgary lias been
indifferent to the science of aviation
but since the matter has been discussed In a BcriotiB tone, there are
many who are enthusiastic over the
project to make this city the aviation
centre of Canada.
FDR RENT
UPPER FLAT OF NEWS BUILDING.
Corner of McKenzie and Victoria Btreets, suitable
for storage, light manufacturing, club rooms or
rooming house. Will give two years' lease. Apply
to Manager The New Westminster News.
AUTHOR REFUSES PRESENTS
PROFFERED BY PEOPLE
I
Rome. Aprll 3.���Replying to an offer j
from   the   people   of  his   native   town
of 1'ezeara, tendering him a beautiful
villa on the seashore wlure be played ]
in hiB boyhood days. Oabrielle D'An
nunzlO,  the author,  telegraphed  from ]
Paris as follows:
"I do not cequlre either worldly i r
spiritual presents.   I nm perfectly satis fled with myself and live where I |
llkp, in houses chosen by myself." The .
townsfolk were chagrined on receiv '
Ing this answer,    A committee    has
been  formed  In  Florence to pri*;. nt
D'Aniuinzio with a gold medal and to
try to induce hlm to return to Italy.
The World's
in
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any article intended to relieve
the sulicrini-C;; of humanity is
not lightly won. There must
bo continued proof of value.
But for three generations, and
throughout the world, enduring and growing fame and
favor   have   been   accorded
BEECHAM'S
IrlliLaiJ
because they havc proved to
be the best corrective and
preventive of disordered conditions of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. The first
dose gives quick relief and permanent improvement follows
their systematic use. A trial
will show why, in sll home?,
tho use of Beecham's  Bills
Continues
To Increase
Sold ���varywhare.   In boxes, 2S cants.
Xmm Uriul uk of Mr  nadicia*.    Na om   tieeU
ac��Uct U tt*A tbe dtrwliow with t��i i Iwi.
Lumber Lath and Shingles
"THE FRASER RIVER MILLS"
(CANADIAN WESTERN LUMBER CO., LTD.)
BOILERS   Riveted Steel Pipes
       BURN OIL     ���
TANKS
VULCAN IRON WORKS, LTD.
P. O.  BOX  442
TELEPHONE   324
E. H. BOCKLIN,
I'r ss and O-snl. Mgr.
N. BEAIinSLKB,
Vlct-PiMldraL
W. r. H. BUCKUN,
Bac. a*v\ Trws
SMALL-BUCKUN LUMBER C0.,Ltd.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce
Phones No. 7 and 877.
Hassam Paving Co., of B. G, Limited
Layers of Hassam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
ESTIMATES and DeSICNS IUHNISHCD FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
PAGE   8EVEN
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
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Boole, Clarenoe
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Caa.  Lock  &  Novelty Co.
COO.   i.'��-k *   Novelty  Co.
Wiule, 1'hurli h Stuart
Charles Hlnurt
Charles stunrt
Charles simirt
Charles btuart
Charlea Smart
Charlea Stuart
Charlea Htuart
Armstrong, j.-nnes k.
Dynes, Maryaret
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Dickie, John
Dickie, John
Harvey, Minnie
GlflisS, Junes
Body, W, A-.
Wolock, Fred. w.
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pulton, Hugh W.
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Cameron, Joseph
Cameron,  Joseph
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Assessment Over District "B" for Mains and Connections.
Schedule showing the real properly Iminefllutoly benefited nml the proportion In
wlili-li lln* assessment iH mmle nn per foot frnhtu.Be.    Krontngi- of Irri'Kular subtlli-l
Kinhs taken on area over busls of i.*..: feet depth:
30
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per ft. An-
front. nuul
reniH.   paym't
Bice, of Bpt. 4 S.III. 22I.lt    lfi.iMH ��3r,.6'j
       49.70      s.ev
411,70       ��.07
....                          49.70       8.07
49.70       8.07
        49.70      .. 8.07
        49.70       8.07
49.70       8.07
49.70       8.07
        49.70       8.(11
        88.70      .. D.90
        36.70       r,.9B
           ,         10.DO       2.44
       34.70       I, 64
....         .....       49.70       8.07
....          .....       49.70       8.07
. ,        49.70       8.07
. ,        49.70       8.07
.        49.70       8.07
.        49.70       8.07
,.        49.70       8.07
        49.70       8.07
6   !4.pt        12.80       0.33
          32.80       d.33
          82.20       6.33
          32.80       (.81
32.80       6.33
32.80       6.33 ������
32.SO       6.33
        32.80       6.33
6   S pt,     .....       32.SO       6 33
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        32.k"       6.33
....              ...       32.8H       6.33
....              ...       32.SO       6.33
               ....       32 SO       6.33
        32.SO -   6.33
           ....       32.80       6.33
i   NM.       S.III.    738.77         120.00
0                    39.90       6.48
             ....        88.90       6.48
        39.90       6,48
        39.90       6 IS
        39.90       CIS
        39.90       t'.IK
         39.90      <  . ... 6.4S
        88,80            ... 6.4 S
         89.80          .... I 4S
         39 90          .... 8.48
        39.90     ...... 6.48
         39.90          .... ti. IS
         39.90     ...... 6 IS
        37.70       6.12
         89.90     ...... 6.4S
        89.90         .... 6.IS
       39.90    ...... 8.48
        39.90    ...... 8.48
        39.90       6.IS
       29.90      6.1S
        39.90          .... 0. IS
        39.90       6.48
        39.90          .... 6.IS
        .'19.90          .... 6.48
       89.80    ...... 6 is
        39.90       8. is
        39.90       f,|S
��.  of  I.'.l   6    262.10       42.67
....                     43.70        7.10
...                     43.70          7.10
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         13.70       7.10
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....                   42 70       7.10
....          .....        43.70       7,10
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                    43.70       7 10
62.80 8.63
        62.60       8.63
        62.60       8,.-,3
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        62.10       8 61
62 40       8 61
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        62.40          .... 8.61
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32.81 .. 6 33
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         66. ��2           .... 10.BU
        66.62       1066
        66 62          .... 10 fid
....                  32 81        .... 6.33
        32.81          .... 6 33
        66 62 10.66
.   ...       66 '.-.'          . ... 10.66
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          22 61         6 33
          SB 62              ... 10 66
          66.68            .... 10.66
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6', 62         10.66
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               66.68        10 66
11                 ...              66 13 10.63
         St 13        13 23
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66 43         10 63
66.13        1063
66.43        10,113
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         66,13        10.61
         66 13        10.63
         26.00     ...... 4.12
         39.13        6 40
         ,62 00        8 48
. ,,        13,43       2.18
....             ...       66,43       1063
....               ...        67.33        10.94
....               ...        67.33        10 J|
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              48.74       7.92
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48.74       7 92
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        48,80 7.93
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48,74       7.62
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19N1-2AS6S1-2     ..     22.80         6.33
39 80       6 46
39 80       6.16
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.   .   .       39.80       6.46
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,19.80       6 46
....       89.80       6 16
        39.80           6.46
39 80     . .     .. 6.16
              ...       39.80       6.16
39.70       6,16
39,70       615
39.70       6 16
            39.70       6 16
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        69.60 9 68
89.76      6 45
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            39.70       6.15
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        30.80       6 16
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Conn ron,
Cameron,
Cami ron,
Cameron,
Cameron,
Cameron,
Cun,'Ton.
Cameron,
Tt.*,-.   Richard
II...lne. Mary A.
li. v.v,  M���rv J
Ashton,   Ellaa T.
Wood, Thomas
Wilson. Mary A Wm
Cormier,  Mnrv   I. A
Kennedy, J ta   li
Cameron, Elisabeth
<^ll>-  of New   Wl stinlti*t��r
limne.   Allee
Dovoy,  Mnrv  .1
Atkinson,  Sarah
Craig, Thomas S
Cbamben,  William
Chnmbora, William
Camoren, J,.H*-ph
���Punier,,,,, Joseph
Rlillee.    |i     A
K",in,il>*.  Jul,    II.
K6f.ir.-1.   Al.licull
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Ptnin'ler**.,   I Hivlfl
blndqtilat, t: ��� Brudvlk, o N.J
LlndqulM, !���:. Brudvlk, O.N.J
PlBell.    Willi.-,!!,
McDousall,   All.-  ll
Balnt, J..s. ph i;
Windward.  Dnmctrtus
Mitchell,  Nelll
Balnt, Jus, ph Q.
���Helnte*-.   Ellsa
Best, James A.
McDnugall,  !><miil<l K.
Wood,  WuV.,1
Walmsley, Emerson
Bteln, Knte M
AltChlSQn. JnmeS N.
Bushell,  Joseph J.
Cameron, foe  C
Munday, Wm  n.
Munday, Matthew
���riovett". Joseph
McKentle,  je-sele j.
Muntlnv. Jane C.
A t-xbury. John
Welsh, Howard M.
Murray, Walter s.
-rHb'.rne   Chas. E.
���c.nileen. Oeorge
Montellus,  Wm   II.
n.iv.'rr.  Chna   F���
Meniltlrray. Alexander
McOIUIvrav,  Aleinnder
Osborne, Jnseph
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Wntson,   Jnmee
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1S'n1-��on.   Jumee
FloiH.   flnmiirl
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���fSiner.   Fre<l  C.   Jr.
<'nrler.   Albert   E.
���f'urter, Fred C. *-r.
���OarteT, Fred c. Sr.
Hanker, f'*. Alers
Tlnn'iey,   fl    A1<r��
Boggle Alexander
Altet'lKen.   't"i:'*l
Altehlson,  niiir'i
Alrth, Hairy C
������r-nmer, Henry
Wilson,  /rnelli
iieniev. Jennie i.
Henley.   Jeimle   S.
Baloombe, ll. It
llent, Jame9
Watson, Mnrgnerlta
IQrlcksen, t*.. *<*���'
Bricksen   i'. w,
Thnmpsstt,  Henry
ft",*. Jnii"  Ann
Morrow George
p'tehtini, Hannah
Teskv, Jnni"M
Morsheatt  irred
lt.*meH.   'rilinnllM   1'.
et-ineM. Thomas t..
Banes, Tlunnnn I.,
l.infieiroin. Charles
Llndstrem, Charles
Robortaon, Jn*. A W. * J.
Mis-ill,   Mntliew  H.
Oulek,    llniinuh   ft.
���fiiiiek.  Hannah 0.
Jamen, Edward
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Name of Owner.      Ke-mibdrn.      Suborn.
James. Bdward
Hllllker,  John  It.
Hllllker   John  II.
Targi i. Oeo,  K.
Target, (Jen. v..
Thompson,  John
HoHH. John
Murray,   llerhet
Turn, t,   Oeo.   F.
Target, Oeo, D,
Buntatt, John
Iturkitl,  John
Allehlmn,  Hugh
Aitehltion,   Hugh
shurp, Harry B.
p. ih wu,   Hlnora
Bee, June Ann
Vayson, J. T.
Tekky. James
Oodsen, Richard * Susan
timis, n. Richard & Suhuh
Thompson, Jnlm
Carlton, J. W.
Vaaseur,  Munln ft Adele
Vasseur,  Martin ���* Adele
Tyner, John B.
McBSwen,   Jumm
McBJwen, Agneii
Mm,re,   Oeo.   II.
Dom.  l'er.  Loan Co,
Ilnm.   l'er.   Limn   Vo.
Bilker.    Annie
Hassard, James
Jliinsurd,  Jaln'el
Ison.  Per,   lioun fo.
Rennle,  Mnry s.
Pollard,   Mnry
Pollard,  Mary
Wells.  Mabel M.  (Hst)
Cawker, Samuel Jr.
Pollard,   Hurry Jr.
Pollard, Hurry ,!r,
Tlsdale,  Joseph  lEst.)
Ostrom. Ceuretta
McCallum, C.  w.
McCallum, t', W.
��� 'inner!.n. Chas. <*.
Montgomery, s,-i r.-iii
Doncaster, J. Albert
'lilelianan, O,  K. A Huff S.
Buchanan, O. E. ft Huff. s.
Buchanan, O. K. ft Huff, s.
Buchanan, O. K. & Huff, s
Buchanan, O, 1*: ft Huff, s.
Buchanan, O, B, ft Huff, s.
-iti in. Clarence A.
'tiHi".  Jfim'-i  C.
1lo,<��. Arclilhald
"���irinuek.   Ann
Hilelile,   Wrn.   I).
Illnlr.  Jus.  C.
Buchanan, O, E. ft Huff. 3.
Buchanan, O, B. ft Huff. K.
Buchanan, ii. I-: & Huff, K.
Buchiinnn, (I.  p:   ft  Huff,  S.
Buchanan, Q, I*:, ft Huff. s.
Buchanan, O. K ft Huff. H.
McComb, Wm  j.
McComb,  Wm.  J.
McComb, Wm. J.
Buchanan, O. E, ft Huff. H.
Buchanan, O. E. ft Huff, s.
Buchanan, 0. I-:  ft ilurf. s.
Buchanan, ii. K ft llufr, 8.
Buchanan, 'i  v.. S Huff, S.
Buchanan. O. I". ft Huff. 8,
Buchonnn, O. I-" ft Huff. S.
Buchanan, O. ���!���: ft Huff. s.
Thomas, Marianne
Thomaa, Marianne
Ueavltt,  Fred. J
Uenvlit,  Fred, .1
lii.'1.;.nun. i:   B. ft Huff. H.
Cairns,  B.  .1.
Ellgh, Catherine
Hi xander,  Puvid
'���Vnii.  ML  W   ft fo.
Walt M. W. ft Co.
Chapman, nnit..
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Worthlngton,   M.
Worthlngton,  M,
Mel'.mil,. Wm, J.
McKay,  Win    M.
1 amen.  Pi ter M.
Irwin. Joaeph
Irwin,   .In-seph
Irwin. Agues
Blnl-.   .!-,��    C.
Illnlr. Jus   C.
Ward. J   A. ft EH-tiib. th
ivn-d. .1. A. ft Ellxabeth
Blair,   Jus.   C.
rtini-. j���s  c
Chaitv    Eveline  M
Chaaty,  Eveline M.
��� tie ft,
Ramey, ��;< rtrude M.
Buchanan. O  E. & Huff. S.
Bowell,  E-lll'v I..
Bnwell, Emily I..
Bowell,  Kmlly  1..
Bowell, Erolly I..
-flathi son. Janlt
Cr.r-Vi,   Itnoe.,
I Itlalr.  Jus   C.
Towers.   Fred
Unwell.   Samuel
| Unwell, snnmel
Blair. Jus. C.
I-win, Agnes
!���������-  s,  Mnrv  A. A
lames,  Mnrv  A. A
, Williams,  Arthur li.
! Hun-tee..    Mnrv   M
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| ' -lu-ke.   Amelia   F
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Buchanan, n  K. * Huff, s.
Boulton, Hope Violet
Boulton.   iinpe  viol, i
t.unner, Mary
"rn-.-K. Charles
Crook, Charlce
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8.07
49.60     	
8.0ft
59.60     	
9.68
39.70     ......
6.46
39.70     	
6.45
39.70     	
6.15
39.70     	
6.15
39.80      	
Ml
i9.H0      	
6.46
39.80      	
6.IC
39.80      	
6.10
39 80     	
C.46
39.80     	
6.16
39.SO     	
6.16
39.80     	
6.16
39.80     	
C.16
39.SO     	
6.16
39.80     	
6.46
2
63.20     	
10.26
03.20     	
10.26
32.80     	
6.33
79.60     	
12.93
79.60     	
12.93
33.50     ......
5.44
10.20     	
2 63
49.70     	
8.07
19,70     	
8.07
21.85     	
1.01
21. sr,    	
1.04
24.85     	
4.04
24 S5     ......
4.04
19.70      	
8.07
19.70     	
8.07
49.70     	
8.07
49 70     	
8 07
49.70     	
8.07
49.70     	
8.07
19.70     	
8.07
4970     	
8.07
4970     	
8.67
49.70     	
8.07
49.70     	
8.07
49.70     	
8.07
48,00     	
7.80
61.40     	
B.tt
49.70     	
8.07
32.81     	
6.33
32.81
6.23
32.81     	
5.33
32.81     ......
6.33
32.81     	
5.33
32.81     ......
5.33
32.SI     ......
5.33
32 8 1     	
6.33
32.81
6.33
,
32.81
6.33
'.','��� si     ... ...
6.33
32.81     .    ....
5.33
32.SI     	
5.33
32.81      .    ....
6.33
32.81     	
5.33
32.81
5.23
82,81     	
6.33
82.81
6.33
32.81      ......
5.33
32.81     	
6.33
84 :���<'    	
6.60
31.40     	
6.69
31 40     	
6.59
33.03     	
6.37
Edward
Bdward
33 OF,     .
33 05 ,
"���: OS
32 nr, .
:;:: or, .
33.05     .
:: I :, 'i    .
34.40
3110
84.60
111 1..
34.10
33.05
23.H5
23.05
;���.���', ir,
23.05
It.Ot
���33.05
23.05
34.50
34.40
34.40
34.SO
34.80
34 SO
32.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
33.00
33,00
24 SO
34 so
:-| v
34 SO
34 80
31 SO
33,00
3 3.00
33 00
33.00
3S.00
33 00
33 00
33.00
34,80
31 ��0
31 SO
36 10
3�� 20
36 20
23 00
35 00
31 00
33.00
33 110
33 00
33 110
33. ��0
26 40
36 21)
30.20
Total
Nnllee Is her,by given thot tlie CortKinUlon of the City of New Westminster intends tn pons a Local Improvement AKm-ssment By-taw assessing the property ln the
schedule above mentioned the sums of money annually for thirty years wt opiKislte
eaeh lot, nnd a I'ourt of Revision for the trial of complaints and appeals against the
assessment so proposed lo be made will be held on Tueeday, the 29th day of April,
1913. commencing at in o'clock in the forenoon at the Council Chamber in the City
Hall. New Weetmlneter, Hrltlph Columbia, and any notloe of appeal from such Intended assessment must l-e dervnl upi.n the Clerk of the Municipal Couneil at ltaet
eight days prior io such Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   Clerk.
Paled Ihls 1st day of Aprll. 1913. 1932)
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
SAPPERTON SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
SECTION NO. 2.
Assessment Over District "A" for Mains and Connections.
i/it.
Blk.
Name of Owner.      Re-subdl'n.      Subdl'n,
Feet Front.   Rate.
per ft.
5.37
6.37
637
6 37
6.87
5.37
r,.r,ii
8.89
6.69
6.60
6.60
5.00
6.37
6,27
5,37
t'.87
r, ::7
5.37
C.37
C 60 '
6.58
6.58
5.65
r, tr,
5, T5
6.86
6.36
5.36
6.36
6.36
6 36
6.36
5.36
5.65
6 6 5
5.65
5.65
6.65
5.65
5.36
5.36
5.36
6 30
5.36
6 36
6.36
i 36
5.65
5.65
6.65
5 91
5.68
6.88
5.36
5 .16
6..16
5.36
6.86
8.11
5.36
5 36
5 91
5 ����
6.88
102 39
Kirk. Louisa
Methodist Church
Btott  William
Terhune,  KUza J.
Methodist. Church
McGregor,  Kllza
Rennle, ciarlce
Rennle, Clarice
Harry, II. J.
Jameson, Kosh p.
Ktott, William
BtOtt,  William
Coulson. Ueorge
Rogors, Georgia K.
Blsnop, Lisile
���vValinsley, James C.
Walmsley, James C.
Yeoinans,   LoUVJUIa (20
���Steves, Jane
hoyal  Col.   Ho.ip.
Royal cm. Hoop,
n. C. Archb. of Van.
Hav,   Isabella
Elchlnko,  Elisabeth J.
Elchlnko, Elisabeth i.
Kirk. Coulaa
Olsen.   Ole   N.
Jaffrav, John A.
Roberts, BanJamln
Roberts, Benjamin
Bouiklli,.Kmlly K.
Barker, Henry
Barker,   Henry
Barker.   H.nry
Acadia Tniet Co.
Acadia Trust Co.
Barker, Henry
Smith, Annie 1-3.
Morrow, a. t.
Delaney Catherine
Mclean. Margt. B.
W'mln'r ft Port M-nnn See's.
Teepoorten, Julius a.
Miller.  Annie J.
Teepoorten,  Julius   A.
Body   W.   A.,   Kumey, E.   B.
Dalton, wuiie
Hallon, Willie
Hutton. Alice
Hutton.  Alice
White, Louis A.
Munday.   Tho-s.
Major.   Chas.   li
Wray. William
Wray,  William
Major,  ChaS,  O.
AtklnHtin. John T.
Burgess,  Joseph
Bllgn,  Jacob
Ellgh,  Jacob
Smith.  Annie E.
Custance, Jamea T.
Hankey, Q. Alers
Major, Chas  G.
Meiilll, Q���  Craig, T.
Mt- Jill, y��� Cr-ulg, T.
Shaw, Oeo. M. & KHz.
Shaw. Oeo, M. A Khz.
Anderson, Andrew
i) Donnell, 1-'. W
l^ake.    Ji.e
Oliver, John
Dorgan, Maud M. & Curtis, W
-in in,  liny  li.
Peart Mary Ann
K'.lfsk.*. Albert A
K'.lfsk". Albert A
Mabbutt Fred II. 26
Peacock, William 27
Peacock, William 28
Doyle, Wm. A. i
A. 2
A. 3
A. I
A. 5
A. 6
A.
A.
A.
A.
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
16
I7E1-2
17W1-2
18
19
E.lSft I
20,  Blue.
21
22
23
24
1
2
3
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
-23
24
25&26W1-2
25&26E1-2
1    :
2
3
4
6
C
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
16
17
18
19
20
C. 2
23
24
4
6 S.l-2
6 Nl-2
12
R.
R.
P.   K.
Doyle, Wm
i e.yle.  Win
Doyle, Wm
Doyle, Wm
Doyle, Wm
Doyle, Wm. A. 7
Doyle, Win. A. s
Hi.vie.   Wm.  A. 9
Doyle, Wm. A. 10
Griffiths,  Win. ii
liiiyle. Wni. A. 12
t Dpylt, '.'.in. A. is
liprou. Mary 14
'��� reepoorten, J. A. 15
Collins. A.M & Miller, W.C.      16
, Shields.   William 17
| licge-r. J   A. 18
Iii.vle, Wm. A.                           ��� 13
l,i.vie.  Wm.  A. 20
Doyle, Wm. . 21
Milne,  W. A. 22
Milne.  W, A. 23
lloyle. Wm. A. 24
Doyle, Wm. A 25
Dovle, Wm. A. 26
City  or   N.   Wmin'r.            1-4    lne
W'min'r A Tori M'n Secur's, Lt. 6
Kirk. Malcolm & A. 6
riu. K  I' *. c. A. 7
Plerson,   Alexia   N. 8
Imvle.   Wm.  A. 9
iK.yle.   Wm. A. 10
Doyle, w-m. a. n
Doyle, Wm. A. 12
Mand BtnghAJ.Landa   Rlngh    13
Mand tUiiKliAJ   1-iuidu    -Rlngh     14
I etc.      S 2-1
15&16 S.l-2
15* 16 N.l-2
17
18
19
211
21
23
���24
Inc.
Wright
1 Ilunlop,   June
I Wright.   William
Hardy.   Ernest
I Doyle, Wm   A.
; Main.   John
, Burdlck. Carrie
Wmln'rftPorl M'n Sec Ld,
I Wtiilu'rAI'i'rt M'n Sec, Ld.
I WmlifrAPort M*n 8ec. Ld.
I City  of N.   W'mln'r       26-2S
Brunette Saw  Min Co.
Ld..   Bp.  or Westminster
Col    Inv   &   L.   Oo.
Armstrong.   J.   K.
Ai-mMi-iing,   J.   K.
DeBeck,   Clarence   H.
IVKeck. Clarence II.
Ilyne*.   Margaret
Iiynee.  Uargaret
Padmore, Kred w.
Tom Ling * Others
Walthar, John
Jackson. John J.
Fulton.   John
Ankers,   Martha
Cameron,   Joseph
Cameron,   jos��.pb
Cameron.   Joseph
Cameron, Joseph
Cameron. Joseph
Kennedy. Maty A,
Kennedy, Jas.  B.
Ashton. John J.
Ashton.  John  J.
Johnston,  Edward
Johnston,   Edward
Welsh. Chas. A.
Munday. J. A.
Knox Pres. church
Knox   Pres.   Church
Iwilng.  Jennie
Munday,  James   A.
George. Jamos K.
Morris.   Levi
War-nook. Barbara Ann
Wnmock. Joe  Iiolloff
Oeorge. J. K. ft Wright man, M
Malcolm. W. J.
Malcolm. W. J.
Cameron. W. A.
McGill. Qulnton
3   R.pt.
3 N.pt.
4 S.pt.
23.4N.pt.
24
1
3
1
4
. 3
. 2
. 1
part of 6
1
. 3
. 3
. 4
.     6
.     1 S
.     3
.     3
4
.    3
.    ���
.    7
.    8
1
3
.     3
4
part of 12
purt of N
38
37
21
1
.     3
.     3
part of 14
S.pt.
N.pt.
6
S 1-
1-2
13
H*�� 3D
66 00
61.76
61.75
51.76
198.51
50.04
i'V Ut
��� ���Oil
.-.�� ID
66. M
51.09
81.01
41 19
44.30
44 30
66 00
65 00
66.00
66.0*
66 00
66.01
66 00
66 OS
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
105.44
16544
49.50
49.S0
49.50
49.60
49 5*
49.50
329.12
Sohedule showing the real property Immediate
whlra the asscseni, nt Is made on per foot Montage,
taken nn area over basis of 132 feet depth:
/ benefited niul lhe proportion   In
frontage of irregular subdivisions
Total  1633594
pleta" Is the headline on page one of
Answers, which offers a llrst prize tf
iioW), a second of $;175,- a third of
UUO, and a thousand other prinej
ranging from %'io to $1M tor smai*:
and witty responses.
All the competitors have to do l��-t>
take the flrst and last letters of-.i
given phrase, and send in two ir
three wordB, the lirst word of whlc i
must begin with the last letter of tl.-.!
selected phrase.
Kor Instance, "love letter" ls the
given phrase. L Ib the first letter, and
It Is the last letter. The competitor
ls told that he can win ��500 by Bending In the phrase "litigation result*."
The braln-racklng effect necessary
for this may easily be gauged. Of
course, the essential features of the
competitions are that the competitor
must send in an answer written out
on a coupon prinited by the paper
running the competition, and must,
also send a postal order for 12 cents
with each coupon.
Enormous Bums ln prizes have been
distributed. Tit-Hits Is said to have
paid out ��150,000 ($750,000) to successful competitors.
The law requires that these competitions shall not be purely dependent on chance, but be determined by
the skill of the competitors.
The "Heads or TalU" competition
Is the specialty or Tit-Bits, The competitor Is invited to select any word
in the current issue of the paper and
send in two words having some bearing on the word chosen. The flrst of
the two words sent In must begin
with either the Initial or the final letter of the word selected. The other
\iord may begin with any letter ln the
word selected. Thus, suppose the competitor selects the word "money," he
can send in the words "man's need"
and "making."
The publications running them assert that the contests need skill.
These are only specimens of manv
competitions by which one can get
rich quickly. One paper offers ��100(1
($",ii00) for guessing the .results of
15 football matches. Another promises a huge award for naming the winners In certain stipulated horse races.
The calculation thnt. the post olfico
is receiving over JS.niio.non a year on
the charges for Issuing the stxpennv
postal orders required to enter these
competitions shows what a huge proportion of the oopnlaiinn Is Indulging
in thia form of gambling.
INGUSH VIlUGt
wm TO RUIN
12191.87
Lot      Blk.
Pect Front   note
perrt.
Tears
An-
S'nme of Owner.       He suhd
'n.
Subdl'n.
front.
cents,
mini
paym't
llankev,  ll.  Alers
Reserve         su.     oi oi    111243
61527
Methodist church
1               1	
69.hi     	
9.72
Drummond,  Mary  A.
2               	
60 00     	
6 12
Clfcachl, Fuknnta
J
60.00     	
1.12
.awrenee.   Einella
4
60.00     	
6.12
Muter.   Arthur   U.
r. wpt	
25.00     	
4.0'
Coulson, Oeorge
r. H.pt	
25 00     	
4 (.6
Cnulson. George
6                    ...
60.00     	
6.12
'onus.  Annie
,                  ��� ��� . .
        60.00     	
6.13
Mcltory. John T.
1
        60.00     	
8.12
Wood.  Ellsa M.
��
        60.60     	
8.12
Hutchinson,  Planih  J.
lt
        60.00     	
I.U
Nelson, Nels
142
11             	
67.56     	
9.36
Nelson.   Nels
3
61.00     	
8 28
Nelson.  Nels
4
61.00     	
8.28
Nelson. Nels
b
61.00    	
8 26
Nelson,  Nels
*
61.00     	
8 28
Nelson,   Nels
7
67.10     	
6 63
Nelson.  Nels
I
61.66   ...:..
8,38
Nelson, Nels
9
36.17     	
6 71
Kelson, Nels
12                    	
49.66     .....
S.04
Nelson. Nels
111                   	
8.04
Nelson.  Nils
14                    	
....     111.20     	
IS.116
Moore.   Arthur  O.
1                      2
7611     	
12.36
MeLeod, W. E.
2                    ....
10.41
MeLeod, W. E.
3                   	
60.05     	
8.13
Falk, Anilri w
4                   	
66.00    ....
10.72
Garrett, Alexander
6                   	
(16.00     ..     .
10.72
Nelson,  Nels
7                   	
68.61
9.61
Nelson.   Nils
1                     2
36.19
5.88
Nelson.  Nels
��                    ...
10.72
Nelson, Nels
11
66.00     	
10.72
Nelson,   Nels
11
66.00     	
10.72
Nelson, Nels
12
66.00    	
10,72
Nelson.  Nels
11
        60.00     	
S.12
Nelson.  Nels
14
8.12
Wind,  Agnes ('.
16
Lit
Ward, Agnes C,
16                    	
9.74
Brymner, Goo,  O.
1
17W.pt
        84.61     	
13.76
iiarrett. Alexander
1
6AI7E.pt         	
        33.00     	
6.36
Ealkner, Chns. E.
2
        66.00    	
10.72
Orlchlnn.   Wllmn
3
66.00     .
10.72
Player, AnnU   i " tt
4
        66.00     	
10.73
Hens'. Win. & F.unnu J.
13
        82.60     	
13.40
Williams, Lewis
1                    3
66,00     	
10.72
Ash. Samuel Que.
2
        66.00     	
10.72
Kirk. Umlsa
*
10.72
Notlrp Ih h��irrby jrlv^n thnt thc Con-oration of the City of New Westminster ln-
tenrtH to jvujs a IxkuiI Improvement A**HNnment Ily-lnw aAaeftnlng the property ln the
wtmlule itlKive mentioned the BUIM of money annually for thirty years t**ti opposite
eaoh lot, nnd a Court of RtVtBlon for the triul of winplalntu and apT-e<Ufl against the
jtHMesMiuent ao proiKW*e<l to be made will he held on Tuesday, the 89th day of April, 1918,
OOTnntenclnjg at 10 o'rloek tn the forenoon at the CoUDOll Chamber in the City Haiti
New Wi'Stmtnuter, HrlilMh Columbia, and any notloe of appeal from mich Intended as-
aeflatnenl muat be wn-ii! Upon the Clerk of the Municipal Cuuncll at leaM eight day*
prior t�� euch Court of Revision.
VV. A. DCNCAN.
City  Clerk.
Dated this 1st day of April. 1313, (*>30)
COMPETITION CRAZE
HOLDS ENGLISHMEN
Post Office Gains    W.000,000    Yearly
from   Increased   Business���Papers
Get More Circulation.
Thirty Cottages Burned���Many   Lose
All���Seventy People Homeless In
Cambridgeshire.
London, April 3���twenty-five (ami-
lies are homeless as the result of a
fire which devastated the village ot
Swavavesey, Cambridgeshire, the thatched roofs being an easy prey for tho
devouring flames. Some of the aged
sufferers found refuge In St. Ives
workhouse.
The fire broke out in the afternoon
,ln the -chimney ot a partly thatched
cottage, tx strong gate <*mtckiy Meir
the embers to a number of conttgloua
buildings, and the fire spread with
alarming rapidity, until the whole of
the portion of the village known a��
Church End became involved.
Messages for help were sent far and
wide, and the Cambridge fire brigade
wae applied to, but it was impossible
for the brigade to take an engine so
far away and leave the borough unprotected.
Firemen, however, arrived from   St.
vee and Huntingdon with four engines
and there was an abundance of willing
helpers, but despite their efforts the
fire raged for two hours In the   cottages on both sides of the street. Within a radius of 200 yards every dwelling with a thatched roof wag gutted,
while three farm outbuildings   and a
butcher's shop and a cycle shop were
aleo consumed by the flames.   A number of slate roofed dwellings standing
between  the  older  thatched cottages
escaped unscathed.
Like many another village In rural
England. Swanvesey straggle* along
the high road for nearly a mile there
being some 300 houses In all accom
modatlng about 1200. Church End
roofed the poorest of the cillagers, and
most of the aged people, who are
partly supported by tho guardians.
Thus theBe poor people have practically lost all they had to call their
own, little hoards having gone in
some caBes.
A local gardnerer, who gave the
alarm, said that the outbreak spread
with amazing suddenness. "I noticed,'*
he said, "smoke Issuing from a cottage at the end of Amen Corner, t
rushed to tho house, but before I arrived half a dozen other cott iges
were ablaze. The village policeman
and 1 then rushed about warning our
neighbors, but they had no time to
save even a second suit of clothes.
Within half an hour of the outbreak
twenty houses had collapsed, for they
burnt like matchwood. I have lived
here for sixty years and have witnessed many fires, but never one so furious as this. The fire raged from
two to five o'clock.
Some of the men who happened to
be ln the village, assisted by the
women and children, succeeded in removing some of the furniture to a.
place some 150 wards away, where It
was plied up In the road. But even.
the small proportion of the belongings
of the homeless families which was
saved was afterwards ruined by the
heavy rains which began to tall later
ln the afternoon.
About seventy people were rendered
homeless. It was arranged that two
chapels should servo as temporary
shelter for some of the homeless ones.
harvest from them set to work to Invent schemes by which gambling
tastes of the community could be indulged without Infringement of the
law. The outcome was two competitions known respectively as "Heads
nnd Tails" and "The Slmplets."
The masses of England are now Indulging in this form of gambling, very
much as the populations of Spain and
Italy go in for public lotteries. Literally a million competitors aro entering the contests weekly, and tho post
office is said to be deriving a revenue land they were made as comfortable
London, April   !,���It would seem as|of something like $60,000 each week | circumstances would permit
if   half  llie    population   of    Kngland  from thc postage paid  for the trans-
were competition  mad.    The  records j mission of the solutions ot the   prob
r sticll competitions   as the "Missing lems to the offices of tho paperB run-
Word" und "Hidden Treasure"    havel ning the competitions.
li ii,, ago boen  passed, and the pfltes I    The circulations of the latter have
now offered ly various weekly papers i Increased to such an extent that the
amount to thousands pf pounds sterl-! presses arc unable   to cope with the
ing,    whereas    lu    previous   Contests I demand.  Answers, one of the papers
there were only hundreds, |concerned, Is printing    over 1,500.000
Tho "Missing   Word"  and  "Hidden i copies a week, nnd Tit-Hits 1.250.000.
Treasure" contests did not   reach thojTheso are only two o",t of the manv
ultimate   possible   development,   be | publications    that    are playing    the
cause    the    pollco    discovered legal game.
.meana for    their    suppression.    The |    Tho competition" aro of tho si-mn-
I publication    tshlch   reaped a golden lest.   "Show Your Smartness in Sim-
Every Woman
li Interoitled and tboalil kaoer
nbout tlie woaderfal
Marve, *a,r
Ask toot ilrairrlrt fbr
It  If b�� cannot tupph
tho  MARVKU accept no
oibor. bat tend Bttunp for i..UEr- v
trutnd bfiofc- corUmI. It pWes fall
particular* tnd dtrrcltnttft InTnfciabl*
to UdlM.WINDSOR KI' Tl'L V CO..WIr tSor. On*
I
��� r    PAQl BaQHT
���p������i<*|
THE NEW WESTMINSTER NEWS.
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913.
"PAY
CA8H   IT
YOU'
WILL   PAY
OurPhoneisNo.
2
And it is in
awfully good
working   order.
SPECIALS
AT LAST!
We have been trying to make
a good buy In apples, something
good, and yet low priced. We
have them now. Qanos, Blk.
Twigs, Missouri Pippins, etc.,
and the prices are $1.50.
You are getting something
awfully good.
Strawberries ��� Lovely, freBh
fruit and they are cheap consld-
erlng ,the time of the year, per
box, 25c
New Potatoes���First of the
season's crop. Try some for
Sunday dinner, 2 lbs. 25c.
New Asparagus, in one pound
bundles, 2 for 35c.
Very choice article.
"Our' Special" Tea, the tea
with a special flavor, per lb, 50c.
"Our Special" Coffee. Its flavor lingers; fresh ground, per
Ib. 40c.
Ayrshire Bacon, quality and
flavor, lb. 25c.
DELICATESSEN
Wiltshire Bacon, right from
old Bristol, England, lb. 40c.
Tomato Sausage, excellent,
Ib. 25c.
New  Headcheese, bowl,  15c.
New Stilton Cheese, lb. 50c.
New Roquefort Cheese, lh.. 50c.
New Soft Edom Cheese lb. 35c.
New Dutch Gouda Cheese,
lb.  40c.
New Oregon Cream Cheese,
per lb. 40c. '
THE
Public Supply Stores
L, L.
ADAMS       S. K. BR10GS
PHONE 2.
Are you working hard eo that
some one will not have to struggle as you have?
Then while well and strong
you Bhould givo careful thought
to the manner in which your estate will be disposed of after
you aro gone.
Neglect to make a Will means
that the public administrator
will do the best he can, but the
\*.*t  a*v*  nol.  aUovf   him to   une
-^V-acrelAo-n.    lie mu-dt as n-alcVily
as posBlUly  dVupoBe of -your   es-
tato and divide the   residue as
according to law.
He cannot even try to continue to build up the estate as
this company may if  appointed
executor    and     trustee     under
Will.
There may be some friends or
relatives whom you would like
to receive a larger share than
others, but the administrator
knows nothing of that. Making
provision for one's estate after
he has gone Is one of the most
imtxyrtant tilings in life. You
will do well to consider the
matter carefully and you will
find us ready lo help yoa In
many ways without any cost lu
you.
Would it not lie well to call st
our office today, meet some of
tho Directors or Officers and
discuss Hie matter. We recognize tho sacredness of a trust
ami will consider anything you
have to say as quite confidential.
Dominion Trust
Company, Ltd.
Paid Up Capital and Surplus $2,500,000.00
The   school   hoard   are   calling   for
tenders    for    coal for    the    various
| schools in tho city.   Figures are asked on lump, nut and pea coal.
Read our ad. on page four. 0. N.
Edmondson & Co. (99")
With a cargo of 350 tons of coat for
J. W. Pike & Co., the S. S. Annacis
reached port yeBterday  morning.
Tho marriage of Mr. John Graham,
the well known auditor, and Miss
Maude Sworder. is anounced for
April 15 at St. Alban's church, Ed
monds.
p. R. Pearso, piano tuning; order
at Todd's or Majors muuic house.
(979)
Bringing s load of 30 red and a corresponding number of spring and
white salmon for the St. Mungo cannery tho It. 11. A. arrived in port yesterday morning.
lf you want a good seat for the
Prince of Pilsen, at the Opera House
on the 16th, Bend in your mail order
now to the manager, Harry Tidy, 739
Columbia street.
Just arrived, a shipment of lacrosse
sticks. Geo. R. Speck, 626 Columbia
street. (995)
Mr. W. S. Vivian, secretary of the
llurnaby Horticultural society, Is In
receipt of a letter from Itcevo McGregor announcing that the council
has decided to donate $200 to furthei
the work of the society.
Owing to a lack of sufficient ship
ping facilities the plant of the Western Paper Mills. Ud., at Sapperton
has been closed down for a week. Tho
production has increased enormously
and there is a shortage of cars to move
tho product.
Four counters for sale cheap. Ap
ply  H. Morey & Co., 43 Sixth street
(9821
Express and baggage men appear
much perturbed over the order made
by the police yesterday morning that
the city bylaw regulations which prohibits them from blocking any ot the
streets with their vehicles will be en
forced by the blue coated officers.
C. N. Edmondson & Co. aro offering for the next two weeks great bargains In furniture, furnishings, hardware and linoleums. (9901
The New Westminster Business
Men's Association will hold tlieir regular meeting at 8 p. m., Tuesday.
April 8 in tlio board of trade rooms
city hall. "Buy Eraser Valloy Products" will be discussed and as this
subject is of vital importance to all,
a large attendance is expected.
A. Harduiau. the cake man. Get
Rrwid bread. l-msl-iO*! atreet Y*niUi*-ry.
TelepYlonn *ii\. tnW)
\     Mr.   William   Roddy,   the   advance
I manager for the    Prince    nf    Pilsen,
which appears in iho Opera House on
Wednesday evening. April 16, was in
the city last  evening anil made ar-
I rangementa   with   Manager   Tiily   fur
! Hie production here on that date of
1 Henry li. Savage's big production.
' Thfe' Burrard left yesterday for
Union Bay to load a scow of coal for
Gilley "Bros. It ls expected she will
retUfn next Saturday.
Get your lawn  mover  ground    at
Swanson'-s,  Bogble street.    We have i
special machinery for doing this work,
(986)
���The city electrician's department
wbb yesterday moved into Ub new
quarters in the Market building where
switchboard, meter and arc light testers and other facllitlee-tiave been installed.
��� * Arbitration proceedings to decide
the amount of damage done when the
Canadian Northern Pacific cut
through a certain portion of the Mavis estate, Langley, will be Btarted In
the county court on Monday. It Beems
that the C.N PH. UBed some five acres
of the Mavis property for their right
ot way and tendered the owners $5500
for the land expropriated. This sum
was refused, thuB the arbitration.
Messrs. John Diamond, W. E. McLean
and Judge Mclnnes are the arbitrators. *
NEW  LORD  LISTER SCHOOL
OPENED  NEXT  MONDAY
Five claBs rooms ln the new Lord
Lister school will be opened on Monday if the arrangements made by the
school board are carried out. In preparation for the opening, two now
teachers, Miss Kvuns and MIeb Oswald
have been temporarily appointed to
take classes in the new school.
Mr. ('. O. Canfiold, principal of tho
Lord Kelvin school, which adjoins tho
Lord Lister, will also hold the prlncl-
palship nf Iho latter. The full capacity
of tho school ie about 325 hut this will
not bo taken up at lhe present time,
about 200 scholars forming the five
classes which will take occupancy on
Monday.
ADVERTISE WESTMINSTER
Full Page Editorial on Royal City in
Winnipeg Saturday Post.
"New Westminster���Pacific Fresh
Water Port," is tho proud caption aet vented
in hold clear letters above a full page
editorial, sotting forth tho potentialities of the Hoyal City, its history, accomplishments   and   its  aims   in   the
wan and from Industrial workers, shop
keepers and farmers."
Financial Position.
Mr. Darling then outlined what progress had been made toward the pub
Mention of an information booklet by
tho Progressive association and followed with a brief sketch of the financial position of the association. The
funds available, he said, Including all
subscriptions promised amounted to
$4709.38, which with the city's appropriation of $1000, gave a total of
$5709.38. This, ho remarked, was considerably lower than estimated In the
original program and it had been necessary to curtail the year's work as
originally outlined.
The allocation of the funds was as
follows: Office salaries, $1800: office
rent, $135; postage, stationery and Incidental office expenses, $500; printing, $1500; advertising, $1500; entertainment, $250; contingencies, $124.38.
"You will observe," Bald Mr. Darling
In conclusion, "that this leaves us no
money In hand for any other expenses
that we may be called upon to meet
during the year, but it is our Intention to continue the campaign for
funds and lt Ib hoped that sufficient
additional subscriptions will be obtained to enable us to carry along the
work."
Advertising.
Mr. J. W. Cunningham, chairman of
the publicity committee detailed further the efforts of the association
along sound publicity lines. Tho association he Btated, was Interested in
Btreet car advertising and advertising
by electric signs. ThlB feature of
publicity would bo taken up with the
railway companies. An effort would
also be made to arrange a round trip
schedule between this city, Vancouver
and  Steveston.
In closing tho speaker said: "Critic-
Ism has been offered that there is
overlapping with the publicity commissioner's office. It is our proposal to
the city that in supporting the association by a liberal grant the work
could be divided by the presence of
the chairman of the publicity committee of the city council on tho trustees
board,  overlapping    would     be     pre-
FURNITURE
DRY GOODS
LEES LIMITED
DRY GOODS
FURNITURE
See Our Advt on page 3
WE FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE.
674-678 Columbia Street New Westminster
WHITE, SHILES & CO. EOR FIRE INSURANCE
OBITUARY.
ARKI.K���Before a large gathering
of friends and relatives, the late Christopher Arkle, who died at Phoenix,
Ariz., on March 27, was laid to rest
In the Mountain View cemetery, Vancouver, yesterday afternoon. The fun
eral services at the homo ot Mr. J.
D. Allen. 1860 Comox street, Vancouver, and at tho graveside, were conducted by the Uev. J. S. Henderson
of this city.
Thc pall bearers were, Mayor A. W.
Gray, and Messrs Robert Gray. .1. J.
Randolph. R. A. Stoney, Harry Duncan and C. D. Poelo. Among those
who attended from ihls city wore:
Messrs. W. H. Lewis, Wm. Morrison.
Itufus Sangster, E. A. Hrown and
Thomaa Costcllo.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
In this connection Mr. .1. A. Lee Bug-1 ,  ..     , ,
gested that the executive of tho asso-|    The funeral of the laudation and the council get together to  "��'1   w'"
decide  which   body  should  carry  out residence
New  WeBtmlnster special number of j publicity work ur which    should    go "unlay
the   Winnipeg   Evening   Post,   issued i about securing information as to the private
at Winnipeg   March 29 ��� Industrial opporiunities and other po-! P.  m���
But that Is not all.   This particular tentlalltlea of Iho Eraser river for the j Salvation Army
benefit    of    manufacturing   concerns ' B������������*******r**
seeking to locate here and for the purpose of Inducing the establishment of
industries in thiB vicinity.
The industrial field was capable of |
nuch   further  expansion   and   he   be
Mr.  S.  F.
take   place   from   his   lato
1412  Fifth avenue, on Sat-
afternoon.     There   will   bo  a
service   at   the   houBo   at   2
followed  bv  a service at tho
Hall. U006)
^
THE DOMINION BANK
SIS IOMUHD D. OSLIR   M.P , PRlSIOINT.
C. A. BOGERT, General Manager.
MATIHtWI. VlOI-PIUUDCNT.
Capital paid up
R-kl-arve Fund
Total Anet-t    -
$5,000,000
$0,000,000
$7B, 000,000
Don't Risk Losing Your Money
by carrying it with you, or hiding lt at home. Fire or robbery
may wipe oul the savings ol a lifetime In a. few moments. Let The
Dominion Bank tike care ot them. It costs you nothing for this
protection- in lict. your money will earn Interest II deposited In
the Savings Department.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH :   a H. MATHEW80N, Manager.
number of this particular issue of this
paper devotes pages upon pages both
in advertising and in regular news
matter to New Westminster and the
Eraser river, not forgetting the adjoining flourishing municipalities of
Coqultlam and Port Mann, and glorifying the same in an inspiring manner
with cutB running two, three, four
and even six columns wide taken from
photographB of scones of and ln this
city and of its neighbors.
Taken in all the "New Westminster
special number is a most commendable and tasteful production and it
should be of Inestimable benefit to
Now Westminster.
AUCTION SALE!
At 638 Clarkson Street
ueved that it was time, in view of the! on Saturday Evening at 7:30
recent visit of the grain commission "
mattress, dining
chairs, extension table and numerous
kitchen   utensila.
J. S. B. BENZIE
ers that it bo more fully covered by j including tables, bo
some    organization.    Ho    personally
thought  the   Progressive   association
could most acceptably handle the work
Mr. Lee's suggestion was embodied in
a  resolution   carried   requesting   that
the executive take the  matter  under
consideration.
The other reports presented were
those of Mr. P. W. Luce for the entertainment committee, and Mr. Dor-
gan for the finance committee. Both
wero of a most interesting and comprehensive nature.
(992)
AUCTIONEER.
',-���--
Fresh Garden Seeds
OVERSEAS CLUB  RALLY  TO
I SEE   DURBAR   PICTURES
TORONTO PARKS LAWN
I GRASS SEED
now in.
W.  Day,  electrician,
I Point  Irons;   fixtures
J ill kinds.    Phono 1269,
opposite Pustofflne.
agent  for  Hot
and   wiring  of
2S Sixth streot
19771
Walter Clarke, aged about 35, while
working on a scow at Forsythe's mill
near Campbell's wharf on tho Eraser
river, yesterday morning accidentia*
toppled Into the water and was
drowned. Tho body was recovered
and removed to undertaking parlors
in South Vancouver. Clarke was a
married man and resided with his
wife on Argyle street, South Vancouver.
OUTLINES POLICY
Of &SS0C1MIQN
tcontlnuod trom page onei
i
tlt<\t; jlviye   their   established   connoc-
ilons'-i-tii -the American continent, and
I believe that you will agree with me
that we took  the  proper action  par-J or aro so well depicted that one can ��� Pnr   PHnTn   rrirme    ,���,rnrl ,.,,
ticularly as it is not costing this asso- almost    Imagine    themselves    trans- rnuru  tout's,  spectacles
elation an aditional dollar in the way Ported to Delhi itself. | and SEEDS,
of expenses. Saturay  evening  will  bo  a  special I
"Mr.  Darling,  tho acting secretary,   night,   inasmuch   as   the   house   wlll
whose report will  follow this, ls con-   he   under  the  auspices   of  the  Over-'
tinning   Mr.   Myer's   work   acceptably | SPax club.
and Mr. Myers will report the resultF '     Every   member    of     tho   Overseas |
of his activities and enable us to keep  olub Is  expected  to attend  and  Man-
In touch with hlm." I ager  Harry  Tidy guarantees  them  a
Mr. Smith then proceeded to outline  genuine treat In thc Kinemacolor pic-
"YALE ENGINES!"
run on DLSTLLLATE
with an efficiency
equal to Uie best Gasoline Engine���so that
the "YALE" stands
strong for ECONOMY.
Made   In  New   Westminster.
The Schaake Machine Work*
Heaps   Engineering  Co..  Ltd.. New Westminster.
|     The   riurbnr   piclures   will   again  bei
j put on at the opera house this even-
tag.     Oreat   Interest   is   being   shown
; in   the   pictures   and   the   far   away
; scones of oriental brilliance and col-
Curtis Drug Store
Royal Columbian
Hospital
Tenders for Equipment
CaLL now and inspect our
1 complete line of Sprint?
: Goods.
J. P. GALVIN
High   Class   Ladles  and   Gentlemen'*
Phone 43;  L. O. 71;  Res. 72.
New Westminster, B. C.
Hires.
what hail been done us regards interesting manufacturing concerns In the
opportunities and advantages of the
Fraser river and briefly reviewed the
work of the publicity committee. ,,       ,    .    ,
Publicity Campaign. !    ,"r8' J   A' R''n��-<'. 601  Fifth street,
Proceeding Mr. Smith stated that an I*111 not receive today, April 4.
active publicity campaign would be in-! "    ~
Btltuted io divert a large proportion of!      Government Telephone Earnings
Winnipeg,   Man.,  April   3.-  The   to
PERSONAL.
Mr?. J. A. Ronnie
.river
"GET THE HABIT'
Ladies' Handbags
To Clear at
$2.00 ^ch
Values to $8.50
THE FAIR1
the building inspector's office. Other
j permits isuod yesterday were. .1. F.
i I'eeiiey.    dwelling  on     Ninth    street
$3000; D. Gilchrist, now store front
I in the B. C. Market, $500.   The arch!
teot fnr Mr. 1'eeney's building is Mr
1K  .1. Boughen and the contractor ll
i Nay.
i
On ('hong Co., merchant tailors.
Now arrival  of spring goods.    Ladles
and gentleman's suits at  reasonable
prices      413   Columbia   street*   Burr
Block and il Mclnnls atreet.       (9.59)
Another planing mill to bo known
as the Iowa Lumber and Timber Com
pany, will aiart operations In the old
glass works in the near fuliire. Mr
!���'. Li, Bickley, the owner of the plant,
is organizing a company and states
that in a short time machinery will
bo Installed in the plant which will
make II modern in everv respect. Mr
Buckley plans to work the now Indus-
try In connection with his shingle mill
at Bechelt. Tho mill will be run
throughout by  electric  motors.
Ying Tai nnd Co.. Importer of Chin
��so and Japanese Bilk dry goods, groceries, provisions, boots and shoos
-mil general merchandise, Corner Columbia and Mclnnls Btreets. Phone
114.    Labor  by  contract or  by  day
(970)
Alphonse Aubrey alias Hooley, was
gathered in the drag net by the pol
ico on Wednesday evening and yes
torday Police Magistrate Edmonds
gave Hooley three hours to got out
of town or else take his medicine in
the form of three months in the pro
'���iilolnl bastlle. Hooley has figiiored
In previous court cases and answer
���tig tlio charge of vagrancy, admitted
that he bad no visible means of sup
Mort. Ho disappeared on tlle flrsl
c. P. R. train leaving bore for the
east.
the travelling public passing through
Vancouver to the shores of the Fraser i tal earnings for the government tele
Vancouver was spending thou-1 phom!a   tor  th(.   mon%   (lf   ,.>1)rl,a'r,
aggregates  $132,623.83,    making    tho
earnings   since     November   M    ioi2
A   permit   for   $in,i��iii  for  the  con
niructlon of a row  of bachelors' cab- | r.ands of dollars for publicity and be-
ins at the corner of Agnes ;md Tenth   Ing on tho main line ot travel secured
ts wub takun nut yesterday at|annually an enormous influx of people1140509468
ini. rested in the west
It was the Intention of tho association to avail themselves of this opportunity nt the very doors of the city and
Ui strangers know what was being offend and get thorn to come hero.
In this the association had the
hearty co-operation of the B, C. K. R.
and the president assured that Now
Westmlnsti r would receive greater
prominence In the Terminal City than
il had ev.r done in tlle past.
Touching briefly on luncheons, Dr.
Smith, observed that In the matter of
Securing men of prominence to apeak
at, tha (unctions opportunities had
never been overloovi d and at the present, arrangements were under way to
have Captain Amundsen, the Antarctic explorer, anifalso a gentleman very
prominent in the graiu trade, to address the members.
In closing I Jr. Smith said: "Finally
1 would Impress nn you gentlemen thai
we stand ready at all times to givo our
assistant.
month and $111,787.31 since November
���10, 1912.
Serum WorUed Omprovcment.
London. (Int., April 3. -Th,. ?,(.
Tliomas woman who is at the Victoria hospital suffering with tuberculos
is of the lungs and who was treated
by Dr, Friedmann, Is apparently much
improved There was no change In
her condition until the last few days !
Now sh.. |q reported to be feeling bet
ter  than   !������ fnro  tlle  treatment.
Boundary Bay
Mnpln    lle'ich    Park,    being a subdivision  of the    historic    old  Whaliin
oB'ato at Point Roberts, Wash., ls at
last on the market In 50-xinO foot lota
fronting broad streets and  with per
Detual    beach    privileges.    Tills    ha*
to every movement that has I been the camp ground for scorea of
for lis objects, the expansion  of our looal people fnr years.    Tho lots are
City and dlstrlot along sane and loglti- selling fast,  many people  procuring
t**a Columbia Street
To Contractors and Builders. We
are now prepared to furnish you
with sand, gravel, crushed rock, cement and lime. Office phono R26
Wharf phono 880. B. C. Transport
Phon* 4S5lCo., Ltd. (978)
mute  lilies
Progress Made.
Mr. W. L. Darling, the acting secretary, followed with a comprehensive
report on the progres:; of the association since Inauguration, May 8 last, the
recent campaign  fnr funds and   what
had boon accomplished akiug the publicity line, Ho detailed a number of
daily papers and periodicals in which
advertisements were being run and
news stories regarding New Westminster published.
"A conservative estimate of the
amount of printed publicity that this
association lias secured during the last
nlno months Ib 12G columns," said
Mr. Darling, "which ol $;-lfl a column
(which is a low price for 'reader ads')
would be equivalent to $3690 of adver
tlBlng. Tho work alone on the part of
the secretary and office more than
pays running expenses,
"Kven nt this early dale," proceeded
tho acting secretary, "results of our
advertising are evidenced by the enquiries received and dealt with. These
are from the States of Washington,
Minnesota, Illinois, South Dakota, the
provinces  of  Alberta and   Saakatche-
the locations they had occupied    as
tenants fnr years.   Prices $:!!i0 and upwards, easy terms,    Role agents,
CURTIS 4 DORGAN
701 Columbia Street, City,
II. MOREY
are ready for business
at
43 Sixth SL
Books, Stationery
Fancy Goods, Crockery,
Glassware.
We welcome all our
old customers to the
new premises and will
be glad to see many
new customers as well.
43 Sixth St.
Sealed tenders marked "Tenders fnr
��� Equipment" fnr the new hospital build
ing will be received by the undersigned up to noon
on Friday, April 25th, 1913.
j
Tenders must be submitted on the
i forms of specification which may bo
I obtained at tho hospital. The low-
j asl or any tender not necessarily nc-
I ceptod.
I K  S, W1TIIKKS. Secretary.
I     Royal    Columbian    Hospital,    New
Westminster. ��� (1007>
46
Ladles   and
Taller.
TWO STORES.
Lorna   Street,   Now   Westminster
506 Main Street, Vancouver
Specials
Rhubarb   21bs. 25c
Asparagus, por Ib 15c
Colery, per head  10c
Lettuce  3 for 10c
Bananas, per dozen  30c
AYL1NG & SWAIN
Groceries,  Flsh and  Produce.
Phone  93. 447 Columbia  St.
[�����������
INTERURBAN TRAMS
CARS LEAVE B. C. ELECTRIC TE     RMINAL,  COLUMBIA   8T.
For Vancouver, via Central Park
- At 5;U0 and 5:45 a.m., and every
15 minutes until 9 p.m. From 9
p in. until midnight half hourly service.
Sundays���At 6:00, 7:00, 7:30,
8:00 and K*.:til a.m., week day service prevailing thereafter.
For Vancouver via Burnaby���At
5:45, 6:45 and 8:00 a.m. with hourly service thereafter until 10:00
p.m., and late car at 11:30 p.m.
Sundays���First oar at 8:00 a.m.,
witb week day service thereafter.
For Vancouver via Eburne���At
7:00 a.m. and hourly until 11:00
p.m.
Sunday���First car at 8:OP a.m.,
regular week day servico thereafter.
(Connection with cars to Steveston and other polntB on Lulu Island In Bjade at Minnie.
For Chllllwack and Points In
South. .FweMj-tolley���At 9:30 a.m..
1:20 p.m. and 6:10 p.m.
For Huntingdon and Way Points
���At 4:30 p ia.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
w
R. OILLEY, Phen* 122. O. E. GILLEY, Phons 2��1.
Phones, Offlc* 16 and 11.
Home For Sale   i Gilley BrosD Ltd.
No.  1���Here  la  a  splendid homo for Rale cheap.    In a good locality near Queen's Park and new aehool.
lt has seven  largo comfortable rooms with every modern convenience; full basement! on a large lot, 86x138 feet.
This place Is below value and  the  terms  are nuch  that almost
anyone can handle It.
PRICE, $4400,  $750 CASH, balance monthly.   If you want to buy
a home let us show you this place.
BUY  YOUR  TICkET  TO CALIFORNIA HERE.
Agents for  Pacific  Coast  Steamship Ce.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Established 1891.
We write Fire, Life, Accident, E mployers'   Liability,  Automobile  and
Marine Insurance.
COLUMBIA  STREET  WEST
We have a limited stock of COMOX COAL
which we can recommend for Steam and
Furnace use, which we will sell for cash only
i
t. m. Mccormick
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Phone 927.     Suit 19, B. C. E. R. Depot, New Weatmlnater B. C.

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