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 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 4i>.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., l'lIIDAY. AI'RII. 20, 1906
10 CENTS PER WEEK.
ire ti
Gains Absolute Control
Flames Reach All Parts of San Francisco and  the  Entire   City  Is
Being Rapidly Reduced to Ashes���Fearful Scenes
Are Witnessed on Waterfront.
��
Vast Panorama of Homeless and Miserable Humanity
FLAMES OUTFLANK
THE TIRED FIGHTERS
Everything Clear Down to the Ocean Beach Now Stands
Unprotected Against the Onward Sweep of the Fierce
Fire���Portable Property is Abandoned in the Flight
for Safety.
Tautou. I)   ,'.    April 20.���The
��� |, apatcb   was   received   al
ar Dt pal I ment today;
��� .,',: 19 a, in.   The fir,
.  ofor,  has crept around the
���   '!'��� legi iph  Hill, and  left  the
urses Btanding there, lias cr, pi
t   wesl and Is now in full
in  of the  houses on the hill
no  ilmilii     take  everything
hi   waler front  on Van  NeSS
..  arid wesl of there.
Sweeps On  Unchecked.
' :.   bad reached Ovtavla
oil        at     a   fast     rale.
��� 'i no one in fi ont ol the
I '.'   v thai lime p ha.i
ih mi the soul h   Ide of ih"
���   and was burning fast.
Tearful   Scenes,
i :��� landing presents   a fear-
'.1  in. n. women an.l children
��� ��  articles thej   have tided
ill leave ,be city by the lirsi
' an g.i  away on.
Is  leading  from  the  ferry
around the shm-,. or the Hay
I'm, Mason are strewn with
rn' vehicles thai   have broken
Baby  carriages, wheelbarrows,
'   would   no,   stand   the   loads
rough   way  have  been  abnn-
Ti'i  iii some cases wiih  their
Danger of Today.
Iir*   can,,,   very   close   to   Porl
last night.    The Big   Pontana
warehouse and nearby canneries will
no doubl go today i think the lire
will make a clean sweep of everything
as far as Qolden ilatr- park. I would
nol be surprised to see ii ml., the
Km ah puis 11 ei -��� that line the park,
and burn the shrubbery clear to the
Ocean beach.
Some Find Shelter.
Now York, April 20. A Western Union Telegraph companj operator, who
mad.- a tour of the city with a mill-
tarj escort lasi night, sent the following despatch to New York today:
"Thou.-.in*I.- (tho spmil lasi mgln oul
of doors were fairly comfortable, mosl
of them being sheit-ereft ny iciis. rjon
Iderable dis'.-. is however, was caus>
ed by a heavy fog which came up during the nigh,   and  also by   :  v
Chinamen are in evidence about the
ferry house by thousands all of then,
wailing anxiously to ge, oul of the
city and all of them carrying big bundles.
Food  Supplies.
Th. principal food of those ����� ho re
main in Che cby is composed of canned goods miil crackers.
The refugees who succeed in getting oul of San PranclSCO arc nn I as
thej gel Into the neighboring towns
by representatives of bakers who have
made large supplies of bread and who
iii.in.-diaiel) deal i limn out tO Hi' hungry people.'",
FeTugees in Berkeley.
Berkeley, ('al. April 20.���This town
Is earing for over a thousand refugees
\News Gatherer Tours
Devastated District
i-
I
I
ie rn.i. 'Cal..   April   "I,     C.     M.
��ho hal  made a complete cir-
1 Lhe earthquake devastated dis-
round  thi     bay  Including    San
'���  ^ibs.   and   Alameda, arrived in
'���'" early   today and  gave out
owtas review of the catastrophe
viewed it from the automobile
"di ihe tour was made:
��H telegraphic communication
!i lhe nearby ctties is cul off. S��rof.
'���'i"l and Prof. Given accompanied
myself, Btarted tea Sacramento in
automobile, carrying over 400 tele
grams t,�� be sent to friends and r.-lie
livcs in the eai'i and abroad. The
roads skirling Che bay were slightly
Injured in planes by Assures, but nnij
serious falling of the underlying rock
was ohs.rre.1.
"Al Sun .Jose ths loss ol life is not
as great as at first reported. Only sixteen dead are reported Up to date.
The Yen,lom,- annex is completely
ruined as well as Ibe court louse and
all brick and stone structures.
"From San .lots.' to Alvlso Uie roiill'
is lowered in places by the sho-ck and
the front of lhe principal hotel at Al-,
viso has sunk a,  least ten feet.
"Beyond Alvlso toward Niles the
road is iu very good shape, aud fhe
only evidences of lhe shock arc tumbled down fences and water tanks.
"President Jordan, in an address to.
fhe students after 11ie shock ask.-il
them to remain n, Stanford and help
ir-lear the debris . lie thinks the university will he rebuilt as soun as possible and though he was recently offered the presidency of an eastern university he will remain with Stanford.!
He said that lhe university did .not depend  entirely n]>on its buildings."
DESTINED TO RISE AGAIN
who have been brought across the bay
,o e-.eape ihe terrors of San Francisco
conflagration. The homeless and
hungry were fed las' nlgb,l al thi station from long benches provided by
lhe cltj relief committee. The women
si ml,uiis and professors of the University of California are 'Ini,in great work
for the suffering people, and the work
of rinding shelter is proceeding satis-
factorlly. The university gymnasium
has been turned into a lodging house,
wh.-re hundreds hav been installed
while others have been provided with
blankets in the open air. under ile- university oaks. I'm the women and
children rooms iu private houses have
been   - '��� I.
Lurid Picture at Midnight.
San Pranclsco, Cal., April 20. Al
midnighl the dames were slowly but
steadily moving on portions of San
Pranclsco siill untouched. The sky presented a lurid picture. The strongest
tire seemed to be in tlie western end of
ih.. city while the conflagration was
l.ss  severe than  during th"e  day.
Damage at Bramley.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 2(1.���Late
reports las, night show that Bramley
suffered less by Wednesday's earthquake than originally stated. About
106 buildings in Bramley and the surrounding valley were damaged but
none destroyed. Tb.re were no fatalities. Bramlej was iln. only Bettlemenl
in southern California affected ,,��
Wednesday.
San Franscisco, Cal, April, 20.���The people of
San Franscisco, homeless and starving, are bravely
facing the calamity which has overtaken them and
which has pratically swept out of existence the great
city of which all were so proud.
There are no evidences of weakness to be seen
among the crowds of stricken people moving back
reluctantly upon each advance of the destroying
flames which continue to sweep towards the ocean.
Appalled for the moment, but undaunted, the
bravery exhibited by men, women and children, in
face of overwhelming disaster, is that of a race destined to arise, stronger than ever, out of the ruins
which now surround them.
There is little left today of the gay city by the
Golden Gate.
There seems but little hope now of saving the
choicest residence region of the city lying west and
north of Van Ne,ss Avenue.
The men of the Fire Department who have
throughout tiie entire conflagration done splendid
work are still making strenuous efforts to check the
all devouring flames but without avail.
Water is in better supply but of little use apparently against the headway now gained^by the fire.
Owing to the intense heat the buildings for some distance from the fire are es dry as tinder and seem to
disappear like a flash the minute the flames reach
them.
Golden (rate Park and Panhandle look like one
vast earn])ing ground.
It is said that fully 100,000 persons sought refuge
in Golden Gate alone and 300,000 more homeless ones
are located at the other places of refuge.
Portsmouth square yesterday became for a time
a public morgue.
��� Twenty or thirty corpses were laid upon the trodden grass in the absence of more suitable accomodations.
It is said that when the flames threatened to
reach the square, the dead, mostly unknown, were,
removed to Columbia square where they were buried.
RELIEF TRAINS
RUSH TO SCENE
OF SUFFERING
Car Loads of Food, Tents, Cots and Such Thing As Are
Most Needed Are on Their Way From
Many   Different
Places.
Chicago. Ills., April 2,1.���A, the
spring meeting of Oriental Consistory of Mystic Shrlners held here yesterday it  was decided that the $luli,-
000 appropriated for the entertainment
of fhe Shrlners al their national en-
campmenl In Los Angeles in May be
,,lined over to the relief of BUfferers
at San Francisco, In place of the elaborate preparations which had been
planned for the Shrlners they will hold
a big meeting in Chicago.
Portland Sends Relief.
Portland, Ore., April 21,.���The Southern Pacific las, night started a special
rain of 26 Cars tor Sun Francisco carrying ten physicians, twenty trained
nurses and 800,000 pounds of provisions, Twenty-six car. more will atari
1 inlay. All avail;,lib- blankets and mal
tresses In Portland are to be sent. A
train load of bread and provisions will
follow each day. Two cars of potatoes
and one car of bread will leave Salem,
Ore., this morning.
Military Tents Shipped.
Cheyenne, YVyo., April 20.���The en-
lire tentage and camp equipment of
For, Russell were shipped last night
to San Francisco. The outfit is sufficient  for 2,000 persons.
Junction City, Kansas, April 20.���
Three express cars loaded with 1,000
'Mils and more than BOO cots left Fort
Riley last night on the Union Pacific
for San Francisco.
REPORT   NOT   VERIFIED.
San Pranclsco, April 2,,.���The
rcpor; thai the famous Cliff
honsi had toppl, il Into Hi.- sen
cannot he >��� 1 Ifled and ii probably untrue. In thi
it is impossible >��� gel verification.
1
At Santa Cruz.
Oakland, Cal., April 20.���Th,     sso-
ciated Press   correspondent t> 1
from   Sa,,';,   Cruz   lasi    a - '
com,, pv,       ie Santa 1
li,   repoi
es 1    e
lo th,   city,  ne  ���: 1 slid
Ings in San- 1 Cruz la $200,000.
Buried by Landslides.
A land slide .111 l.mna Plica mountain burled nine men alive In their
cabins al the Hinckley Creek mill ot
the Loma Prlel 1 Lumbei company.
Thp mill and cabins wer.. burled under
nm feci of earth.
Another fatal landslide occurred at
Deer Creek mill, where two men were
caught in their cabins and killed.
Yv'aismiville sustained much damage
to buildings; the Piijarn Vallej Hani;.
the Porlcr building, anil the High
school, being damaged.
Benefit Play Tonight. St. Barnaba's Will Assist.
The    Prlngle    Dramatic     company The congregation of   St.   Barnabas
Which  has been playing all  lhis week la��1   p4_M  decided to repeat the com-
at   the Westminster opera  house  will
give tonight's performance as a bene-
erly sketch, "A pair of Artists" which
they pm on sn successfully last Tuesday. The play will be pul OB again
til to the San Francisco sufferers.; m>xt Monday in the Opera House if
Camille will be produced and the ben- they can secure the building for that
eflt will be under the patronage of the date. The proceeds will go to aid
Mayor and city council. the  San  Francisco sufferers,
TIE LUNATICS TO TREES
Officials of Treasury
Cannot Be Located
Oakland, Cal.. April 20.���An Associated Press correspondent who arrived here last night from San,a Cruz
reports that up to noon Thursday 103
bodies had been taken out of Agnew's
Slate hospital near Santa Cruz.
Official esiimaies place lhe number
of injured insane paii.-nts at 2u? and
of these several were not expected to
live..
The main building of the hospital
collapsed injuring many of the patients
under fallen walls and debris.
Tl,.- padded cells had to be broken
ope, and more dangerous patients
were tied to trees ou, on the lawn in
lie, of 11 safer place.
The doctors and nurses stuck heroically to their posts and a hundred
students from San,a Clara college
wn, ov.r in a body to assist in succoring the wounded.
Very little damage was done to the]
buildings al Santa Clara college and
in,1 one of the students or priests were
injured.
\Earthqake Shocks
Travel to Honolulu
SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPEN
Washington, D. C, April 20��� The
t'reasury departmenl has so far failed
to locate the assistant treasurer or deputy of San Francisco and grave fears
are entertained for their safety. The
only person connected with the sub-
treasury who has been heard from is
.1. McClure, an assistant bookkeeper.
He has wired Secretary Shaw from
Oakland under yesterday's date as follows:
"San Francisco burned yesterday afternoon.. Cinder difficulty reached
wrecked building this morning. Vaults
appear  Intact. Found no guards. Fin
ally communicated wiih General Fuu-
ston and secured del ail of one company of soldiers, Unable to locate assistant treasurer and therefore acted
on own responsibility. Clinoti| conditions. Mini building and vaults safe.
Please .., range with secretary of war
for military protection Of the treasury vaults."
Secretary Shaw has wired the superintendent of the Mint and also General Funston for Information as to
what if nny national OT private banks
are in 11 position to do business and
to suggest measures of relief.
'��� "is..   April 20.���A   cable-
" the Chronicle from Honolulu
''"' siv mini,i,.s yesterday earth-
vibrations which were evldent-
'"snlt of seismic disorders Were
^ 'mite plainly throughout the city.
Ie earthquaJrea are by no means
"nt on these islands    that    of
.,
1 ida
���v "as much severer Hum anj
which has occurred In recent years.
II caused buildings ill the business
dlstricl to sway to and fro and lu the
residence districts some ���r the less
strongly constructed buildings were
partly demolished.
similar to that which destroyed San
Francisco. Crowds rushed into the
Btreets, and endeavored to make their
way out of the business district as
soon ins possible preferring to take
their chances In the SUgar plantations
The    shake-up  had     Ihe  effect     of  ln the open. Within an hour after the
creating almost ��� panto among the in-! vibrations ceased, howerer, conditions
habitants who feared  n  catastrophe were normal,
In view of the general feeling of sympathy in this city
for the sufferers of San Francisco, and a stated desire, on
part of many citizens to aid in the relief of the stricken
people, the Daily News with this issue opens a subscription
list with a contribution of Twenty-Five dollars and will be
pleased to accept such other contributions as may be offered, and forward them to theproper authorities on the scene
of. awful devastation, hunger and misery.
Heavy Losses Wreck
Insurance Companies
Chicago, Ills., April 20.���It was de-( Even some of the big companies will
clared last night by Chicago Insurance! be hard pressed to fulfill their obllga-
men that many of the smaller accident, ' ���s' ^ ^ of ilMme* In-
and fire insurance companies probably j ^o]ve(] ]a now placed at more than
will be forced to suspend business ba-j $150,000,000 In San Frnnclsco alone,
cause of their enormous liabilities In Added to this at least $50,000,000
Sun Francisco. | >��sses must V met In other cities. THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  APRIL
2��. '906.
M it
The Cash Clothier
Boys' Shirt Waists Price 75 Cents Each
With Patent Detachable Elastic Band.    Detached Before Washing.
No Draw Strings Required.
Suitable for Boys From 8 to 14 Years
Wash Day at thc Big Clothing House
Bovs' Bl
ouses
Medium and dark colors.
All good washing patterns.
Plain Linen and Trimmed blue.
Grey and white striped.
Boys' Shirt Waists
And Still Again
Striped trimmed self, and dark
striped trimmed fancy.
Mostly with sailor collars.
Prices 50c, 60c, 85c and $1.00.
:: Boys' Blouses :
LIGHTNING PLAYS
WITH SHIP AT SEA
"t 7,000 PEOPLE KILLED
BY FORMOSA SHOCKS
Dodges  All   Around  a  Cargo of Dyna
mite and Frightens Captain.
officers and men were narrowly averted. Captain Blaine though* at one
time the men could not be controlled
and almost  summoned the police. The   Empress  of  China     Brings  News
difficulty   was  finally   settled  and  the Disastrous Earthquakes in
men returned to work. Considerable
repairs will he made to the l'enn-.
sylvanla  before  sailing  for  Nome on
Far East.
of
that he forgot to tell his mother
wh, ri he was going and she becoming
anxious at his disappearance notified
the police to locate him.
��� o	
The  Great  Air   W_��Ie.
The native Inhabitants of the FIJI
Islands believe thunder to be the bellowing of the great air whale, a myth-
leal creature which, according to their
.-'. att.le,    April  lib���Heavily    loaded   .|,:i���- _.
with a cargo of dynamite and powder, o ���
the steamship Pennsylvania passed
through a thrilling experience off the
river Platte, while en route to thi.
city Irom the Atlantic coast, when
the steamer was assailed by an electrical storm which, Captain Blaine
stjited. was the worst he had ever ex- j, small, and among these there are
perienced.    That  the  vessel  was not   _o|  mfjn. lha_ ,hree __ fimr who en.
_ IJ    ..r.nm    tr.    nrnvp       ,hy,
joy  International   reputations as  virtuosi
Victoria, li. C, April    It,.���Steamer   folklore stories,  Inhabits  the opposite
RARE  MUSICAL TREAT.
Jean   Gerardy   Will   Play   in   the   Vancouver Opera  House.
The  number of great violoncellists
Empress of China, whieh arrived today,    brought   advices  of  the    earth-
Bide of nil thunder clouds.    If the regu.
latlon thunder cloud appears unaccompanied by the ominous rumblings pe-
quake in  Formosa, showing the dead   cuiiar to such phenomena, they take It
lo number 7,000, mostly Formosan
natives. The towns of Dalyo, Raishiko
and Spiko in West Formosa, were entirely demolished, not one building
being left in towns formerly prosper-
out.
At Kagee seven Japanese and 2.000
Formosans   were   killed   and   several
1 stricken    district.    The    counting    of
and  wounded  was    proceeding
possible.
Al   Daiyo
alone   GOO   dead   were
destroyed   would  seem  to  prove    that
good luck follows her. She was heavily
loaded   with   a  cargo   dynamite   and  ""'s''     0nc    of    lhesc'    pre-eminent hundred    injured.   Dead   bodies were
had the lightning struck her, the ves- among the elect, is Jean Gerardy, the being     discovered   throughout
sel   would   have   been   blown  up  and  most youthful of them all, yet a fully
gone to the bottom with all on board,  matured    artist, who  with    his asso-  llei"1
For ten hours the lightning played   elates will he at thi Vancouver opera ia   ! "       ii:i' !<<'.'
about the decks of the vessel unceas- house on Saturday nighl. Young Ge-
ingly only separated from tons of ax- rardy first came to America as a
plosives  by  a  thin   sheet   of    Bteel. prodigy  and  was  exploited  as such, covered and buried, many being found
Captain   Blaine   asserts   thai   he  could This   was nearly  a   decade  ago.    Two   '" lh�� "pen fields, where Ihey lied and
read  with  the  glare   from  the    sky. years later he revisited this country  expired of injuries received.
Bolts  of  lightning,  attracted   by  the and showed considerable development.
vessel's    steel     plates,    slid  and  zig- His   success  from   the  beginning  was
sagged     along  h.-r  decks    and   rails, decided,    llis    second    tuur    through
What Captain Blaine feared was, that the  United States and Canada was a
the  lightning would  strike one of the greater   success   than   his   first,
masts end  tlienci
his   vessel    where
stored.
as a token that the Great Spirit is
pleased with their past iluing. If, bow-
ever, on the other baud, the detonations
be frequent and violent they are sure
that the god of tbe elements Is displeased und immediately engage themselves ln all sorts of ludicrous incantations for tbe purpose of righting matters. Light ning ls to them the result
of the air whale gnashing bis teeth together and thus striking tire. Another
peculiarity of this primitive people lies
in the fact that they will not partake
of food while a thunder cloud is in
sight, fearing Ihat the air whale will
pounce upon and devour Ihem for such.
Irreverence.
EKI
Here We Are Again
Don't Read This!
Unless you are looking for perfect Clothing.
Our Men's Suits are superior in style and finish
and are selling
From $4.50 to $22.50
Cowboys Turn Sailors.
When the Pennsylvania called at
Montevideo, a number of eowlioys
called on Captain Blaine, accompanied
by the American consul, and asked to
work their way to San Francisco. The
American consul Informed Captain
Blaine that tho men
and iu a hard plight The cowboys
refused to allow thc consul to pay
th.ir way home, stating that If they
could not  work for their passage they
The loss was estimated at  $46,000,-
nun.    The  railroads suffered  severely.
All government officers were conducting   proceedings   in   the  open   air   or
audi partly    constructed wooden    shelters.
enter  the  hold  of e ach subsequent tour was more sue-  T1"' Yetsukiiku  mountain, more than
the  dynamite   wa.s  cessful than its predecessor.   Gerardy  :l ml]o 'n length, cracked to the width
has    made    frequent    visits    to this'0' "|f| yards.
country,    and    is  well    known   Prom ��	
Maine to California, and from Canada boy makes SACRIFICE.
to the gulf.   It is perfectly safe to as. 	
sen    that    no   violoncellist   who   has   Goes    to  Poor  Farm    to    Save     His
ever   come   to   America   has   won   sr, Mother and Brothers,
many and such brilliant and sustained
successes   as   Gerardy   has   achieved.
Wardner, Idaho, April 19,���A touching  occurrence  was  brought   to  light
were   stranded   Wn"�� llrst ��" mossed the Atlantic he   nnrp ,  today     whnn   Cn|(lf  ���,     >,oUce
was  the  boy  wonder;   now  he  is the  ���cckeri    aftor  ,   dlllgenl    8oarctl  or
develop,.,,  artist,  the  ripe  musician.       ������,���.    dj-y8>  rame  homo  wl(h    mUQ
Ihere are ninny    reasons   why Ger- ow^e Wolr| aml restnrf,(1 hlm to ���,���
rardy   Is  a  favorite   with     intelligent   ���������������,.   who   -^ ,���  grpat anx!e,y a3
would   take their   chance  in  South ��""*rt-goers   ��nd   �����   esteemed   by t() bla whare_bouOi;
musicians,     lie   is   blessed   wllh   thc      ,, ,u ,    ,.���    ._���  _ .��� ,
i     It  seems that   after the death  and
artist   temperament   and  ls  magnetic.   . ,    . ,.,    , ,v      ,    . ,   ,,,.,
,��� .   ,' _.--*������.   funeral  of his  father  lust   week  little
His  tcehnlo  Is  incomparable  and  his  ,,        ,        .     ,        ,      .     .
Oeorgle, who Is only about ten years
Speech  anil   liitelleel.
A hum who has, by disease or Injury,
lost the faculty of talking is generally
nlso unable to write, and it Is only In
exceptional  cases  thai  one  of  thes.
functions persists while the other is in
abeyance. Cases of this latter kind
show, however, that there are really
two separate centers for the two faculties which are lying very close together and therefore generally Buffet
at the same time. If the disease affecting then, he still mure extensive]
the faculty nf Intelligent pantomime or
gesticulation Is likewise abolished. Per
sons who have entirely lost their Ian
gunge may still be able to play chess,
backgammon and whist, and they have
been observed to cheat nt cards with
some ingenuity. They may also be
sharp In business matters, facts tending to show that speech and Intellect
do not nm In Identical grooves.
Always Right On
America. Captain Blaine was short of
sailors and needed cold passers badly
He  accordingly  shipped  the  men  as
coal passers and brought them to San  ,""s,f',!l��s"il'    Is    undoubted.    He ac
Francisco. The men had heen exhibiting In different cities of South
America. They intended to purchase
cattle there but wenl "broke" instead.
Crew Becomes Disgruntled.
While    the  Pennsylvania  was
loading freight at Pier i lhis morning
the crew became  troublesome and It
was feared for a lime the police would
have to be called lo quell I rouble. The
men wanted to be paid off and go up
lown   for
working.      Captain     Blaine    had    re
complishes with ease rents which
baffle many veterans of the concert
stage. His repetory ls Very large. He
plays with equal skill all the big concertos and less important works. It
Is his purpose to Introduce several
novelties when he appears on April
un-  20.
Death of N. E. Hamilton.
Montreal, April 19.���N. K. Hamilton,
vice-president of    the Hamilton    com-
,    co,,:    instead of i,,,n-v's departmental  store, St. Oath-
Captain     Blaine    hud    re-   ,-','lr", Btreet, died  today.  He had been | b's mother to support  the family
old, becoming despondent at  the loss
of   his     father,   thought  they     would
surely go tn the poor farm, of which
he had    heard many stories
past.
Thinking perhaps If he could only
get there first and take up his home
perhaps his mother and brothers
would not have to come, he started
out and after a walk of six miles he
succeeded In reaching the poor farm
and stated to the keeper that he Intended to take up his abode there until
he -'is big enough lo work  ani help
The   HtniKRlen   '��'   -   Healplor.
Augnstlu Ilodln, tbe French sculptor,
had a great struggle with poverty and
adverse criticism In bis youth. Of an
episode of this early period a writer
says: "With that Inflexible will nnd
singleness of purpose thnt never failed
him throughout Ills career the young
sculptor set himself to express In clay,
marble or bronze his conception of life
and art. He used his leisure In working at nighttime, ln a deserted stable
In the ile jjad transformed Into a studio, at
his wonderful mask of "Tlie Man With
tlio Broken Nose.' After eighteen
months of hard nnd patient labor he
finished this mask nnd sent It to the
salon. It took the banging committee
fourteen years to discover nny merit
lu the work, for It was rejected In 1SG4
and finally accepted only In 1HTH."
Shoe Notice
There is a lot of Shoe Talk these days-we offer
some dandies that fit.   Comfort and ease
to the wearer.
Prices $1, $2, $3.50, $4 and $5
A full line of boys,' all sizes in stock.
1 Westminster (Ming Ite]
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
! Baggage delivered
��� part of the city.
promptly  to any
ceivc.l   orders   to   get   Ills   vessel   un-
111 for some months.
His    plans were  well  laid,    excopl
* x.Nltln*   IntereM*.
Agent���I'd like to sell yon this bottle
of mosquito exterminator.    Mr. Jack-   | ���   1, JO U       1*
son-No, slr<*<   I'm a manufacturer of j Light and HeaVy HaUling
mosquito nettl,.g.-rittsburg Dispatch. | offloe ,p^ ^       ^ .^^ ^
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
Works, l*1"
The
Schaake Machine
New Westminster, B. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
A WONDERFUL SELECTION
From $45.00
To $65.00
Secondhand From $15.00 Up
RACYCLE -
ALEX. SPECK, at the Sign of Man on the Wheel
PERFECT CYCLE THE BEST CANADIAN MAKE
Repairs of All Kinds Our Specialty
; i,J\_i-M-Ki-,-1 ni*'-
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,    !
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy'Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
FOR
YOUR
ARDEN
Crushed Bone as
Fertilizer
Produces Big Results
t Prices to Suit the Lightest
Pocket
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J JJii>i llf.&a   l,*'na{L������    A1(��� /J.   ���������������   p   u-   ���������,, I the hottest mlxups that has evei  -een
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and Comment.
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Read
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Our
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A Full set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
rices
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ore:
$5.00
$1.00
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Tennis Reorganization.
A tennis reorganization meeting
was held Wednesday night in Corbould & Grant's office, and us a resull
the Westminster Tennis club is once
more in running order. For the ensuing, year A. K. Hand was again
elected presldenl nnd K. Dm hie was
appointed to the position of honorary
secretary. A committee of manage-
I ment    was    appointed    as    follows:
son.  Alternates,  Messrs.  ('.  K
W. A. Brown and J. Moran.
The newly-elected president, Mr. ('.
W. .Murray, one of the most prominent lacrosse men in the city, made a
short Bpeech, In which he stated thnt
he would ib, all In liis power to assis,
and  lie  fell   sure that    the
the hottest mlxups thai .        ���    'een
know,, in the hlstorj ol the
iir,th men are thoroughlv tic
cd with each oth
having met no! onlj on that in, i
ble   ocasion   at   Butte,  when   S '- n
won   aftei     a. u j   hard   rounds,  but
also in numerous friendly exhibitions.
the club, ...... ..^  ....  =_._ ......    ...... ,
team could be depended upon to make! Only three years age Nelson,
a good showing in , he Senior league,    struggling  "prelim'   boxer    I    Ma
Among  the  other   things  which   he'sparring  partner and  rubber   o    Her-
would like to mention was   the   fact ! ren, while the latter was MtatafU.
that although the Vancouver club nan this city tor a go with NearM    .^
prior right to the name of Vancouver, waukee.     rimes   h ve < angi
^^^^^^^^^^ . the new club would also represent the  then- however.
j Messrs. .1. It. Grant, li. V. Ardagh, E. jcUv .������, woula De |au,wn as the Maple walcott  May Fight Again,
; tl. Slew-art, G. G.  Lafierty, W. G. Mc.jLeafg ,,,��� Vancouvei-. The " ^^
iQuar/le.   Practice will commence Just| the organization were in good condi
1 as soon as the grounds opposite Magistrate   Corbould's residence, on   Third
'street  can lie gotten into shape.
Joe Walcott, tha actual welterweight
NEW SENIOR TEAM.
 as the Mapl.
j I.cat's of Vancouver. The finances    of
._-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_______���_���__. champion and  probably  ��� ���  ���
tion and the club had splendid flnan- ]rl(1.l||](,    plece ,������ machinery   ai  his
cial  backing and  was prepared  to go ^           ^   ^ f ]iviM   will   ,,   la  ,.,,.
inlo the game and stay throughout ev- .   ^ g(j( jn,o ,-���,. game ,m,,. ,,������,,
ery thing.
Mount  Pleasant  Lacrosse  Enthusiasts
Complete   Their   Organization.
Vancouver's  second  senior lacrosse
club was duly organized at  a meeting
of Mount  Pleasant    enthusiasts    held
Addresses were also    delivered    by
He  has accepted an offer trom  the
Addresses were also    delivered    ny:,^^  ^   |nis,   U|  ���������,,   ,oc GaM
President It. F. Armstrong of the Van- ^ Qf tWg ,������������,     .,-,,,. tw0
couver club:  R. Mills. C. K. Snell, It.   ^   ^   mpt   fmM   ,,,,,
.1. Grant, Rev.    G.  A. Wilson,    W. R.
Owens.   W.  Davidson,  J.  Moran    and
others.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ ,     A communication was received from
last night. It was unanimously agreed the Brockton  Po
that a senior team should be placed
in the field irom thai pari of the Terminal City. A resolution was drawn
Up and passerl to the effect thai a club
^^^^^^^^^ 1I11I Athletic nssoeia-
lion offering the cluh the use of the
grounds on a flfl and -10 per cent, basis.
The matter was laid over and -will ho
dealt   wiih by the  Executive commit-
to  be  known  as  lhe  Maple Leaf Club ,,,,,
of Vancouver should be organized an.l ,, xv.ls Jo(.idcd |0 hold the brsl prac-
application made for admission to the ll01, (]f lhp Bea80n on Monday evening,
British   ("ol,in,Ida   Amateur
.'issoclailiini
Ther.. was a bug.   attendance at the
meeting ami ihe members of the new
��� nior organization    are very    eiitliu
Lacrosse  ufipr which the meeting adjourned.
Coaxing Jeffries.
Chicago,    April    19.���What
looks
men have mei once before, when
Gans managed in stall off Walcott to
a draw, ami wis really entitled i to
great credit fur the achievement, provided ,1,.. tight was nu the square.
Nobody Knows jusl how good 'he
once dreaded Bi ; b uloes Tei or" is
aft.-r his long retirement, mad, necessary by an injury tu hla rlghl hand.
which i, was ' Brsl though! vould
keep  him    ont  ul  the game    forever
afterward,   lie Insist���as the   ..ii do
���that  he  is  -just its good  ..J  . ver,"
and if so. Gnus Will I'i','1'  i   ��� ���'.'  fight
on his bands,
.lack    Dougherty, 'lie (.ride   of Mil-
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.     Our
Bridge Work is 22k.    Guaranteed for 10 years.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. ,n.    Remember the Place
407 Hastings St. West, Vancouver,  j
enlor organization   are very   enthu-l    ' ���        wauWMj. *itl'rWeiye another'hard try
i    ,, ,, . ,     ..suspiciously     like   a   huge    game   of ,  r..|���,   , ,,i,,  .. >.,,, ,,,   meets
lastlo over the seasons prospects. It ' onl ���ox,  ttrtiinj   sign   wnon ".   me-v-
i   being  waned   between   those I nni.>.'iir.m'^.,     nmi-lmrtv   will   have
the lirst time lhal n club has entered Senior company from thai portion
of the oltj and the officials and members of the club confidently expect to
make a creditable showing during Ihe
Initial appearance of the club in senior ranks. The meeting was culled to
order shortly after s o'clock and Mr.
R, Mills was elected chairman and Mr.
.1. Martin was appointed secretary pn,
tini. The minutes of the last meeting
were read and upon motion adopted.!
bluff   is   being   waged   between   those|Bn,_   j^,,^,     ,Wll,rty   ff|���   ll;lv0
homo
_ the
si'���pb-mg. hi> or miss school, i- i very
trying man for n sfenilti.' fighter such
ns Dougherty to stack np against, and
the Milwaukee:,!, will have to extend
^^^^m ~ i tjuiv 'iuenuuy. 	
noted   pugilistic inipressarlos.  Messrs.  thV advantage ot fighting In his hi
Ton,   O'Rourke and Jimmy   ('offroth .{1,t    ,_,,. Mi ���0,.   .,,,,   |s m   ,,
I  ,,*.. no    tUa _H--^_H-_^_^_H
with  burly  .Iim  Jeffries as  the stake
al  issue.    Only a week ago O'Rrourke
offered Jeff���at least he says he did���
no less than 1100,000 to re-enter tb
ring    ami    take    on  six of    the best
heavyweights   in   the   country     in   as  _bl'Hrv (b w!n out
many    successive weeks   before Tom J
himself   to th.. utmost, in all
i.'. rob-
Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
S. G. TIDY,
Slack  Interest in Cricket.
Owing lo the    slim turn-out    at the
.... FLORIST    meeting or the Vancouver Cricket club
plants and Annuals of nil M"*"!. ��ut called'for Wednesday evening, It was
n,���..,.,^ nod llornl designs,    Dahlias i
flowers andnow ae ��u I ^^ ^ p()S(pone mme until Wed-
, Telephone A184 or address 4th Avenue ; ncs,,.,v  t^.-oth.
I and 10th Street, H
O'Rourke's new Tuxedo eluh at Esslng- Gflorge Gardner  Resurrected,
were  read  and  upon   motion  adopted, i'""'   '':'"     near     Philadelphia.     Now       Anoth- o'.l-tini.r who has been cou-
aftei  which the resolution ,n organise   Coffroth comes right  back and makes Isidore,! :,:-  a  promising candidate for
senior club wis introduced and pass-' ''"' ftnte $120,000 for the same propo-  the "Down  and Out  Club" will  try  it
'altton, providing the lighting is done! ones more.    This time it is no other
ai his club ai California.   Tim: leaves tbfa George Gardner, who win meet
il up to the Kaslerner, who will the very man that caused him to for-
doubtless step to the light and _ee fake the ring���Mike Schreek. Gardner
what lie has In his hand before nils, has been going along quietly, building
ing or even calling Mr. Coffroth. himself     up    and   gathering     fresh
  | strength  for  a  new  ring ciuver.  nnd
Nelson  and  Herrera. Is confident he can turn the tnbles on
The   Nelson-Horrera   buttle  will  he  his  conqueror.    Sohreek   Is  In   great
(I,., next notable ring engagement, oc-  form at  present, no 'tis said,  nnd  In
eurrtoa at Los Angeles May 11.   The shap to repent ihe dose unless George
  contest  will  be, according to the pro-  Is   better  than   when   they   lust   met.
Executive Coinmltlee-MeRsrs. W.A.I meters, foi  the lightweight champion-1 The  flghl   will   take  place  a.   Terra
Brown, J. Moran, W. Davidson, Fred (ship,   they  evidently  not   taking Joe Hnute. Ind.. early In May.
ed.
Officers were elected for the ensuing
vear as follows:
Patron���His Worship    Mayor    Bus-
combo.
. Ilon.  Presidents���Aid.    .1.    Morton,
Dr. McGuire,
President���C. W.  Murray.
Vice  Presidents���R.    Mills,    R.    ,T.
Caul, C.  K.  Snrdl.
Secretary���8. McClny.
Treasurer���W. R  Owens
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l'.:':Wf THE DA.LY NEWS
FRIDAY, APR||_
20, 1906,
ii
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FRIDAY.  APRIL 20.  1906.
SWEET CHARITY.
"It is more blessed to giVe than to
receive." This beautiful quotation from
Lhe   Sc    itu        can   now  be-  put  into
practi, i. ex i ii lon. The      rlbl
niiiy i .     .-fallen the City of San
Fran, Isco calls for immediate aid, and
the phi! inthropic citizens ol h- Royal
City will no doubt respond In a princely manner. If we remember coi
iln. _ ��� ������.. citizen,-, of thi.- now stricken
city responded to our needs in our
i in,, ol greal disl ress and we should
nol   hold   back   th.-   slightest   panicle,
in aiding our distr, 1 sis'er in i,..;-
hour of misery.  Let the pui��* strings
. ���    '        ,  tl
coins may drop out easily. The Dally
News  will  be mosi  happy 'o receiv,
all en:,' ��� ibutl mi  md se   that tl
forward",! to the pro,
THE  OUTLOOK.
There  should  be no other te
between  the  two  cities,  X,:w   Westminster and Vancouver, than th '
mutual good will ami eood wishes.
The prospe:iiy of either c.inm.i but
be advantageous to the other. We
rejoice in Vancouver's advancement
in,' while we are delighted to
her making such wonderful progress
we cannot, for a moment, forget that
we have a destiny of oui dwri Independent of her expansion. We recall
the story of the tortoise and the hare,
and while we admit that 9nf movements are relatively slow they are nol
iltHoluiely so, anil ai they run on
perfectly safe lines we me wire of
"getting th.-r.-" some 'lay. Like St.
Paul himself we are ready to give
reasons for the faith thai is in ���n.
Whatever advantages Vancouver
has as a seaport, ther.- can be no
question of doubt bu' our advantages
will loom up with equal Importance
when the commercial tide rises, com
munitlei a-- well as individuals ,nf
fcr for a time from evil reporl nil
from cunning scheme. Iim oui; for a
time. Truth will triumph sooner or
later ami wb<-n i> does jus'ice i, sure
to follow. Men have gom- far, verj
far out of their way to disparage our
magnificent river. The result of their
maneuvering has been a serious check
to our growth. Iiu, now 'hat it,.- veil
i.s lifted, that th.- truth is known this
check no longer exists and we are in
a fair way to recover losi ground.
Does Vancouver claim aavantagee
because of lhe wonderful natural resources of our province, om- limber,
our minerals, our fisheries, and oui
water   facilities   for   electric   energy
such perhaps as no other part of the
world can boast of? Then our claim to
similar advantages an- equally strong.
We hav, a commanding position at
ih.- junction of two rivers, the Fraser
and the North Arm. or. as it shall be
called r-ome day in the near future
when it shall be dotted with industries,
the New- Clyde. With transportation
facilities by land and water for a city
of any magnitude, can we not, in
company wiih Vancouver, look north
to the Yukon, south to a continent,
and west to a new world disclosing
possibilities undreamed of? and, with
her, claim to be the gateway to those
n.w ;,venu-s of commerce. The peninsula encased by Burrard Inlet and the
North Arm is only small, probably
nol twenty miles square, and this for
present practical purposes is what may
���V called 'h.. coast of Bri'ish Columbia. F.v.i, though we had a city
.    i     im;     -hl>   a: ��� a     ;'   '���'��� ... 1   be   no
���!; a we intictp ite I - oi{r hopes
rliz.-d.    In addition to 'he pros-
pecbj mentioned, the building of the
Panama canal in perhaps ten or ftfieen
.   shall  bring  us  in   touch   with
on  the  Atlantic  coasl   and
our cotnm. n spanslou the
of which no man can now . stirs r      Whether one or !wo or halt
��� dl occupy this ; enln-
:    ��� -   little,    for   no  one
. ,n    hold th-    vast   '. ilumi
,f ball  rush  in  ar.       tl
on our water ways,   Our position is
unique.    We    are   speaking     of   the
mla.    Winnipeg in a  nourishing
, the dl ' Maui-
... Northwest. Bul as a distributing cent, r new rit lis   in   grow-
. xpan-
sion i- checked.   Poi    Mb ir, R,
,.
will .-"mi become dls
ii. competition with Winni] eg. Halifax
ad St. .
���
Tl re,   w,
much  to  tl
il    '
nd Q ar.- now  ri
���   commercial  i
..-  received    a    b
���   nl   d    . nn  of ship
lars ns   of
con     tction cannol  s Ith safe-
ty navl he St.  Law it
1).   ���. ��� :��� i    ai    lei
of any draught and she la
now   preparing   for   ih<-  oppi rtui
which 'he changed con titlons
Her   gain   is   Montreal's   los-.     How
enl   i-  r,ur   position.    We  stand
.        without a rival in sinh'  in the
i   possessions.    We    ���
Dur it. commer,    o P icflc
ocean, it the reader thin
drawing two largely upon our imagination let him read carefully the following words tittered only a few 'lay-
ago in tin- Dominion house nf commons:
"A mosl Important matter which <H-
: ���        .ni.'"-   the   provinces   by   the
n I Indlrectlj the whob of Canad i
was broughl up by Edward X. Lewis,
of West  Huron.    II.- wants protection
lo;   Canadian  shipping.    He is an old
sailor   himself   as   well   as   a   lawyer
and   Is  the  author  of  the well-known
I.,,.',  of Shipping.'  Ib- pointed on, on
T!r.'  rl.i;.   .ha'   the  natural  outlet,  for
tie-    rain of   he Canadian farm lands
.-   Tie Pacific pons.   He showed
'������I mtlc oeean practically be-
longed     , Oermany, France and Croat
Britain, but the Pacific ocean to .North
\merlca.   As a proof of this last year
������������ ,e,r. of exported United States
main   wen,   by   way  or  the   Pacific���
.'��� .        160, i   buslmls   only   went
by way of Atlantic ports. Bui Mr.
L.wi.s considers that British Columbia is better situated than the United
States ports and so he wants .shipping so encouraged that the ports of
Vancouver Island will be developed.
IL- wau's vessels built in Canada,
man,,.el by Canadian seamen, carrying Canadian freight to and from
Camel, t  ;..,: ���
THE   SOCIAL   EVIL.
A   subject  tha,   has  been  discussed
pro and  con  since the earliest  ages,
and no nearer a practical solution ihan
before.   Discussed by theologians, layman,  pulpit  and  pres-. sum.   points
conceded  others   rejected,   and   i'   becomes a grave matter wllh us as to
whether It should be discussed in the
public press.   No doubt it would make
spicy  reading,  and  possibly  the
sown might  full on fertile ground and
bring   forih   good   fruit,   and   be   the
means  of  bringing  salvation to some
lost soul, or a bear possibility of pointing the way to the purer life, made so
by the Saviour of mankind, who when
the  fallen   woman   touched  the   hem
ot   his   garni'-ni,   commanded   her   to
arise and exclaimed "Woman thy faith
has made the.- pure."   We trust, however that any  sentiment expressed in
these columns concerning the Magdalene will be accepted in the spirit of
charity, and with the thought that only
the helping hand  is extended  toward
that    unfortunate,  us would    have  a
ti 'i'i- ncy in point out the error of her
way,   ami   guide   the   footsteps   Into
paths anew. We do not agree with th.
M igdelene when she states "circumstances compelled me to lead the life.
I   do,  or   some   man   was   the   cause,"
as   his statement is false on the face
nf i". harl such clrcumstanc, - exl il   I,
-s   could   be  the  only   excuse
ICh  a  lam.   explanation  as  thc
above, and    we are Inclined    to the
noble  womanhood
should  have then asserted  Itself and
irightcr thoughts of faith in God
. .���   paramount   to  any  evil  deslri b,
nd   the    win,.,n    remained    herself
and   sought   oilier   modes   "i   earning
her   living   than   the   one   suggested.
is no excuse under the sun for
a   life,   when   the  hear,   is   pure
he thoughts are concentrated on
affairs   pure.     This   condition   of   af-
however,  does  exist   and   tn  a
���'��� .   ' ���.."��� i."   ;!i,ni   ts  desirable  for
Christian community, but  what are
ling to do    aboul    it'.'    Can    we
:..   this  unfortunate  creature  loos,
cattl ?    Can  we permit  her tn
-'.���   with   our   families?     She   is
is   an'!   we  arc  fore,  I   to
������'��� Ith  her,  no  mal       ���   occurs  or
as.    She    Is    kepi    In    ci
bounds, ami  has a  -nr'  of restricted
. and  also is permitted  ,.  i,
���.am" protection.? For the sak% of so-
e|.-y these AfctBctions nursi be live*
'i,. to, but sli-i some way ctuld hie
suggested by which a work of reformation could arise that would blol
the evil from oui midst, and lift the
woman tenderl.v to a place of Bafetj
where she could gradually regain her
s.df respect and in din- time a
place of reap. ditty in the community.
Some noble v. imen of this city have
worked unceasii to accomplish this
end and to sm: measure have been
rewarded with success. The ministers
of ihe gospel have tendered their
services on ma: occasions and they
too have been rewarded, whilst the
Salvailon arm> have conducted a
rescue mission that has saved hundreds of these poor sinners and plan, :
them In good homes and good positions. This work la sirongly advocat, 1
by the Daily :%'��� ws and 11 bi en - I i be
as near the proper mann.r as any
thut has been suggested, A united
effort on the part of Christian people
and a slow methodical careful maiiti, r
of approacElng thi il '���   will do
more toward saving their souls than
all the armies of the world could. A
highly nervous creal sensitive to
the slightest ri ������ ��� ��� easy to approach, and eai to ��� i.'bl to mild and
persuasive measures. Sofl measures
must be employed and in nearly every
��� ci    -ne......   crowns   the  ��� tfort
Ha. ii ��� reatmen br nga i'i". r n -��� nt-
ment. We woul l be pleased to hear
the ministers of this city take up the
1 question in ire- pulpit, or even to
hand in a sermm, on the questiori to
us that we might publish it for the
benefit    of   the   Magdalene    and   In
-   :-.....   ten !��� r chord   would  be
. and ca.i ���    the maid, n to look
to brighter  worl Is and  better  hopes.
ot hatred but the gospel of friendship." Unionism is all but rtsoleti
as an obstructive force. The party
of ascendancy stands where it did.
We need never expe,
Saunderson or Sir Edward Carson, nr
the Duke of Abercorn will make, In
public  at   least,  the   slightesl   advance
towards   the   movement which   one
I'lst.r member described as "the
sickening policy of conciliation." But
they are no longer an Imperial, an
English, or even an Irish puny. The
correspondence published today between the late Lord Lieutenant I
Sir E. CarSOU serves ,o show thai
the MacdonneJ lncldeni was only the
symptom of a permanent rift in the
Unionist party. Even 1'lster speaks
with a divided voice in the new parliament, and it is beyond a doubt that1
the Protestant minority in the south
and east of Ireland, where it comes
into daily contact with the Nationalist majority, is on the side of conciliation and self-government. The old
policy of bluff which represented ill-
defence of the Orange ascendancy as
au Imperial interest belongs ;., the
dead pas,. The English electorate, the
i colonies, the Protestant minority outside of Ulster all urg, a el
tlement Opposition there slill is. bul
II . nm, - onlj from a handful of Ulster
Toi les. Mr. Bryce, in tin- work he has
befOTi him. may choose, if he pleases,
the basis of his proposals from the
schemes which Irish Unlonlta have
themselves pul forward.
W. R. Gilley, 'Pnone 1-.T--.
J.  R. Gilley, .pnone 1+|
Gilley Bros.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents ii. C. Pottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co,
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone lb
Mutual   Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of  Policies now In  for ce exi dl Jli    	
An nt of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceed ui	
This Is a company of policyholders, by poll.;, holdei
holders.
oi.it .mim id;    ine large.i ai:   uni of Assurance foi        Lean
possible D.ni;,;..
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone  8b.
PROSPECTS  FOR  HOME  RULE,
i From ibe London   Tribune.)
\\'e ar.- now within measurabl.
���  i.".-    of a  settlement  of l
question by consent.   The Irish party
Inspired aa II  i-        a new confidence
in  the  English no  longer
��� ii was .sr.i i years ago when
Mr. Redmond des, :l ed it as "a foreign
body" avenging Itself upon the organ-
Ism which imprisoned i', by a cease
less Irritation a:, l fever. Mr. Redmond preaches it longer 'It "gospei
Shearwater at Vancouver,
ll. M. ri. Shearwat, r arrivi .1 al Van
,,i 5:30 o'clock last evening
Mm. Victoria, having on board A.Iim:
al Sir Gerald N'oel, K. C. B., and Miss
Nnel. The party arrived nn ibe Empress of China    on  Wednesday    and
a -I \ a; ih.. capital. Admiral
Noel will Bpend a day or two in Vancouver before proceeding east. II.. is
���n route to ihe old Country.
Girl Found Dead.
Al'ornirn, April  19.���Miss Mad.:    M,
Xlchol, an employee of th.- Singer Sew
im:  Machine company   was found ilea,I
in her bed in her    room    mi    Shuter
thla afternoon.
ler. Cream the purest at the Westminster Creamery. *
EL
OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT
Mea's at All Hours.
A Home Away From Home.
The Only Place to Eat.
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Years of Experience Teaches How to Please
the Hungry Ones.
I Propose to Cater to the Public for the
Very Purest Food.
J. M. Kenny - - Proprietor
u
nr
Outing Suits
WSHISi-r,
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When you go on vour vacation you want to look your best,  don't you ?
You want to be as comfortable as possible, also.
You will find here a dainty profusion of Summer Suits in many fabrics,
colors and shapes.
Serge suits in abundance.    Blues, Blacks, and! Grays, single and double-
breasted, some half lined to make them cool.
Two-piece Outing Suits of homespun,  wool crash, cheviot and serge-
open to all the breezes that blow.
$7.00, $10.00, $12.00 to $18.00.
Outing Trousers of flannel, homespun and white duck, with turn up
bottom and with loops for belts.
���     $1.25, $1.50, $2.50 to $4.50.
Negligee shirts, Summer Ties, Outing Belts, Featherweight Underwear,
Summer Hosiery, Straw and Panama Hats in every correct shape, etc., etc.
Boys' wash blouses and blouse suits in Buster Brow�� and Russian styles.
Boys' shirt waists in all the latest patterns.
We can surely hit your fancy in outing wearables and your satisfaction
will be our best reward.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The  Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,   E.  C.
Rennie's Seeds
at Half Price and Less
i n^drpy   The Bi�� Nothing
.*   JLf��   JL^V_WJ_J\i/i&a   reuse on the Corner
am
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VEGETABLE     SEEDS.
Five-cent Pa<'. .--��� s "f any of 'he
following Ke>"i- tor . v...2'/2c
Asparagus, large   white,   ounce
20c, for  10c
It.-a,is. Bush, yellow pod, green
;..,.] or Lima. II, 35c for. . .18c
He.t,. early round or lone, blood
ounce 2',e, for   10c
Tallin:'., li. '...:' , ��� eeom] early
or main crop, ounce HOc. fin- 15c
Caullflofl er,     stai i ani.     ounce
J1.50, for   75c
Carrots, large white, for siock,
',4 ll��. -I'ii; tm-  15c
Celery, early    fall    or    winter,
ounce 60c, for    30c
CHron, preserving,   ounce   20c.
for    10c
Corn, table, extra early, mo'Iium
early or late, lb. 85c, for..18c
Corn, for popping, lb. :10c, for15c
Cress (Peppergrass), ounce 20c,
for    10c
Cucumber,    pickling    or Blicing,
ounce  2.1c,  for   15c
Kale, curled, ounce 25c, for..15c
Lettuce, Butterhead, crlsphead,
cos (upright), ounce 25c
for    15c
L-eK. laws,, ounce 2."e, for 15c
Mangel, large red or yellow, Ih.
36c  for 20c
Musk Mellon, green or salmon
flesh, ounce  80o,  for 15c
ONION     SEED.
Onions, early red, large yellow
or while, or pickling, ounce
SOe, for   15c
Onion s."s, quart 85c, for...25c
Parsl.y, curled, ounce 20c,
for     10o
Parsnips, table, ounce  15c for
 10c
Pepper,  scarlet,    VS  ounce    25c
for    15c
Peas, early ilwarf, second early
or   lute   marrowfat,   ll,   85c,
for    18c
Pumpkin, pie, ounce 2bc. foe 10c
Rarlisb.    early    nuinil,    bum    or
winter, ounce 2(lc, for ....10c
Rhubarb, pie, ounce ;:,"ic, for 20c
Salsify, oyster plant, ounce 2ac.
for    15c
Squash, early marrow or winter,
ounce _(,c,  for 10c
Spinach,  for greens,  ounce 15c,
for    10c
Sugar Heel, large rose, for cattle, Ih. 35c, for   20c
Tobacco,  large  leaf, ounce 50c,
for    30c
Tomato, extra early, largi
urn early, or small ,   ���
.nine..  35c,  tor    20c
Turnips, white table,
table swede, ounce 15c [or 10c
Turnip,  large    Held  Swede   or
. arly feeding, lb 35c, tor 25c
W itermelon, early large,
20c, for   10c
Sage, broad leaf, ounc.   I ic, tor
 15c
Siimm.T    Savory.      ounc,     -������'.
for    '. 15c
GRASS    SEED.
For    Lawns,    with    or   wlthoul
Dutch Clover, ih. 35c, for. .28c
NASTURTIUM.
Tall Climbing, or Dwarf, ouaci
2i,c,  for    10c
FLOWER    SEEDS.
Five-Cent   Packages  of an)  ol
the following varieties tor 2' 2c
Alyssum, Sweet Larkspur
Antirrhinum (Snapdragon i
Asters, mixed Lobelia, trailing
Asters, crimson    Marigold
Asters, white     Pansy
Salaam Petunia
Balloon   Vine   (Cardiospermuili)
Bachelor's Button  (Centurea)
Calliposis     Poppy
California Poppy (Eschscholsla)
Canterbury Bells (Campanula)
Candytuft      Portulaea
Castor Oil Bean  (Rlclnus)
Canary Creeper Snicks, l.n
weeks
Carnation     Sweet William
Coxcomb (Celosla)
Climbers,  mixer]  Salvia
Chryanthemum  Scarlet  Runner
Cypress Vin.- (Ipomoea)
Dlanthus Pinks (Single)
Dlanthus Pinks (double)
Evening   Primrose   (Oenothera)
Everlastings
Four o'clock   I Marvel ol  >''   "
Forget Me-Xo'    (Myosotis)
Oafllardla
Oodetia WlldO
Gourds Hei
liciianihus (Sunflower)
Ice Plant
Musk  Plain   (MtmulUS)
Morning Glory  (Convolvulus)
Phlox, Drummondl
Sensitive Plant  (Mimosa)
Scablosa (Mourning Bride)
Tassel   Flower   (Cacalla)
SWEET PEAS,
over 100 sorts mixed, ,m"('�� ';*
for  	
MARK SORTS WANTED, cut out this advertisement, se
with order, and you will receive the Seeds promptly free by
Post.
MONEY   REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFACTORY
nd cash
Parcel
Name
p. o.
Amount
Prov.
Wm. Rennie Co
��
LIMITED
66 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B.
'.
m FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1906.
THE DaMLY NEWS
S. W. P. Saves Money Local News Briefly Told
Is there Paint economy in buying s. W. P.'.' Sherwin-
Wllllams Paint Prepared i s true Paint economy. It costs no
in on- than good Pain, ought t��� cost. Is always full measure
and has consist.,,, quality throughout. I, has a large covering capacity. Is easy working and saves the painter's time
and the need of re-painting too soon. S. W. P. adds to property value In the handsome appearance lt gives and the
protection it affords againsl sun, wind and rain. S. W. P.
.saves you money, it Insures you satisfaction.
Are you Interested in the best Painl  proposition?    If so, talk to���
H. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing
Just arrived - a new stock of
TOILET SETTS
; Prices $2.50 up
j Also "Blue Yeddo" and "Green Arcadia" stock pat-
j terns in Dinnerware.   If you are  using  either of
| these patterns and require more to complete your
j set, now is your opportunity.
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The City Grocery,
1   Telephone 97.       ....       ADAMS & DEANS.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS IN TOWN
S. J. DAVISON
ESTABLISHED 1895
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
Phone 138 for Ice Cream.   ���
Prof. Win. -I. Judges returned from
Ladner ihis morning.
it. Wilkinson returned to Langley on
the  Beaver  ihis  morning.
J. ('. Mcintosh was a passenger on
the Beaver to Moum Lehman this
morning.
Rev. Mr. Wilkinson, superintendent
of the Cloverdale and Tynehead Methodlsl churches was a visitor at the
Col,,n,bin,i college today.
Delicious Ic Cream at the Cream-
cry.
I). Dove returned co Bunbury this afternoon on lhe steamer Transfer af-,
!>-r a short stay iu the city.
P, Lacey went down river to Port
Guichon on the Transfer this afternoon,
Leave your order.--, for lea Cream al
tbe Creamers'. ���   '
I.. Wiismi of Vancouver was a passenger on the Transfer to Ladner this
afternoon where he will reside for ii
shorl   lime.
It Oenesen lefl i.ii- morning for
Malsqul on the team, r Beaver where
he will vlsll   his brother tor n sho,-,
lime.
.1. McAdam went up river ibis morning in Hammond '.n  the Beaver.
.lohn Groundwater who lias jusl arrived fro,,i Seoilaiid left ihis morning
fnr Langley where he will visit friends
for a shorl time.
'l'lie Impel j,,! i ,ii company losi their
filling machine a ihori time ago
through Iii". and as a resull the local
Ban factory whieh does a large business in manufacturing eocene cans is
badly overstocked with Hun iim- of
goods,
The Bteamer Transf r   arrived    in
PHILLIPS RESTORES
YORK COUNTY MONEY
Account Books
And   the   Attorney-General   of   Ontario
May Drop the Conspiracy
Proceedings.
Our Spring Stock is nearly all in.   Comprises the Largest Variety of Rulings We Have Ever Carried.
FULL  LINE OF  OFFICE  SUPPLIES  AND   GENERAL  STATIONERY
J. J. MACKAY,
. Stationers. Etc. 235 Columbia Street.
Book
ooksellers
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Hardman & Bryson
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Complete  line  of  Granite, Aluminum and Tinwares. ���
Estimates furnished on all Classes of Plumbing Work. *
Columbia   Street 823  Granville  Street ���
NEW  WESTMINSTER VANCOUVER ���
Sole Agents Monarch Ranges. ���
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I House Cleaning Time j
���J< And you may possibly need a carpet.   We have the greatest range of >J<
V them and can guarantee to save you money and give you better satis- ��
a faction than you can get in any other place.     For instance, a good body ,���,
!* Bi n sels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up. j,.
;���; Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard.   We *
>���< I ..  .. the largest stock and tin' finest show rooms anil the   finest  prices. ,���,
p Come and see us,   It will pay you to see our stock.before placing your ������<
[���] order elsewhere. >������
W. E. FALES,      |
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire,
Come and  Inspect Them.
^twt.. ��� - -��� . W. C. Chamberlin
^^DBMONDSI   the Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
Watch Our Ads. For
Reasonable Figures...
1 lot fenced and drained on Agnes Street, $1150. 1-8 Cash.
1 lot, cleared, Royal Avenue; overlooks  the  bridge,   fine  situation;
$525, 1-3 Cash.
'2 lots on 1st Street near the Park. WOO, 1 -8 Cash.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate,   Fire & Life Insurance
Tel. 273.       N.ar Tram  Offic  <
Ton,i,In. April 19.���It is reliably
si,,ied that the charge of conspiracy
againsl Joseph Phillips, president of
the York Count) Loan company, will
probably be dropped, Phillips is said
to be handing over funds and securities amounting directly and indirectly
to $200,1  In view of this the crown
attorney, il is said, will recommend
the attorney general not to proceed
with the case.
Phillips was nol ill court this morning to answer on the conspiracy charge
but It is understood that when he appears tomorrow all negotiations for a
settlement  will have been completed.
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Chilliwack Real  Estate.
Chilliwack Progress: Henry Kipp
our enterprising citizen has opened
up his property by running a street
south from the Trunk road, just west
of liis barns. That portion of llis
farm situated west of ,his street has
heen divided Into live-acre lots and
affords a fine opportunity tor those
desiring small holdings near town.
Mr. Waring secured one of these lots
a few weeks ago and this week another lot has been secured by Wm.
Atkinson, of the Elk Creek Water
company. The deal was put through
by Cawley and Paisley.
Other deals put through hy this
firm show that there Is quite a brisk
demand for residents! property ln
and about the town. Of these we are
able to report;
Two lots on Ontario street ut the
rear of Mr. Lieknian's new residence
sold  to  Mr.  1..  Uoyds.
Mr. '/.. I.. Chamberlain has secured
a fine lot of one and a half acres on
the avenue adjoining Mr. Day's lot.
Several Other deals are on which may
be eli,serl In a few days.
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Drink Victims Arrested.
Two eases occupied lhe attention
Of Police Magistrate Corttould this
forenoon. The first was that of George
Elliott a hall'breed who had been lm-
bidliig spirituous liquors too freely
and was run In last night on the
charge of being Intoxicated.   George
was lined  $2.5,1 and released.
Lee Dow had been hitting the flowing Sam suey bowl and wns rendered
i unable to navigate in consequence. Detective Bradshaw    gathered    him In.
Later  a   friend   came  along  and   left
I with the police officers $5 hall and car-
' rled   Sam   away.   This   morning  Sum
I failed   to  show  up  and   the  ball  was
forfeited.
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Forgery Trial.
The forgery case, Hrnunstcln vs. M.
I Brown came up before his honor Judge
Henderson this morning and through
his solicitor, .1. Hampton Hole the ilo-
| fondant asked for n speedy trial. Hla
| Honor  set   the  date  fur  the  trial  on
May  7,   I'.mil.
BODY OF G. W. MINAKER
I    FOUND AT PORT ARTHUR
Ex-Resident     of       New     Westminster
Meets Death While En Route
East.
The body of George W. Minaker a
former resident of this city, has been
found iu th.- icy waters nf Lake Sup-
i rlor at Port Arthur. There Is no doubt,
as to his Identity us recent despatches state thai in his pocket was found
letters ami receipts made out to G.
W. Blinker. Th" adornments of the
Free Masons. Knights nf Pythias and
Forresters which he wore anil ,o
which h>. belonged, go toward establishing beyond  doubt   1,1s  identity.
The deceased left this city on January '.i for his early home In ln Prince
Edward county. Some of his effects he
shipped through ahead of him and the
rest nl his trunks I"- checked on his
ticket. Wh..,, his friends shook hands
Willi   him   a'   lb.    C.   P.   It.   station   in'
stated that he proposed going rlghl
through in    liis destinatiou    wlthoul
making any slop overs, lie stated that
he would I..- back to the Royal City
in time fnr the spring work. Thai was
lhe lasi     heard  from    him.    Aboul    a
month ago Mr. Belyea fnr whom the
deceased had worked I'm- about six
years received a letter from a sister
of the deceased asking information
about her brother. Tlie writer stated
thai he,- brother's trunks had arrived
ami ihey had been expecting bim every
day fo,- weeks. As he did not arrive
they Inui eventually become anxious
about him. Some enquiries bad been
marl.- along the line wlthoul avail as
the missing man. could nol l... located.
Tiie news, received lasi night, came
like a boll, from ih.- blue and the
friends nf ll,,. deceased are al a loss
to know win  he left ihe train, or how
  lie could have been dead for a month
Board of Trade Takes Interest in the   without    lhe   body   being   discovered
Preservation of Lillooet earlier.
Stream, The deceased  was a widower   ami
  aboul  S3 years of age.  Ills wire died
The council    of the board    of trade   '"  "lis ci,-v  ln !Me .ve!lr 1900 and 1,,f;
pur, this morning from down river
points wiih the following passengers:
n. McKee, .1. L. Longhurst, 0. Dine,
Miss Burr, of Ladner, p, parmiter and
Wife,   1>.   Dove;   Mi       and   Mrs.   Quag-
gan.
lt. Mc.M.-neiny, proprietor of tlio Pa-i
cilie meal mark.' Is again eolivales
een, af,.-,- an attaei. of typhoid fever
and rheumatism which has kept him
in the bouse for marly 8 months. He
is still looking Bomewhal weak, but I
is now, under the Influence of the
warm weather and the bright sunshine,
rapidly  regaining strength.
Death visited the home of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. Miller of Porl Ham,unn.I on
Wednesday and claimed their little six
years old daughter. The little girl wa.s
only HI for a few days. The funeral
look place today, the remains being
Interred in the Porl Hammond ceme
tery. The local Catholic priesl official
ing.
II. H. Kellj who has in en engaged
for some time past as guard al the
Royal City jail has severed hla connection with thai Institution and ,n,
Into the logging business, having pur
chased a medium sized outfll and lo
ca ed a McK, nzl.. sound about two
hundred and fifty miles up the COS
Mr, K, llj expects to hav.. every
thing in running order on aboul  the
middle of May.
P. Wright, late of Grand Forks, a
real estate agent, who has recently
moved to the cons' was a visitor in
'h. city today. He cam,, with a pal I
of gentlemen all of whom were like
himself formerly residents of Portage
11 Prairie, Manitoba. Among the party
were W. Little, Frank Morrison, and
James Eadie. Mr. Morrison has just
moved from the ciiy of Vancouver to
the vicinity of tl,i> city where he proposes  ranching.
rpets! Carpets!
$10,000 Worth to Choose From
(3.00
1.26 up
. 5.00 up
���lute Squares, 11x12	
Art Wool Squares, 7-6x9	
Art W.ml Squares, i)x9	
Other sizes, '.Ixlll-., an I '.ixlj.
Tapestry Square*, 9x9, from   " ,���, ui
Those handsome Velvet Milton and /Uminster Squares, 25.00 up
Carpet Felt, Corrugated Paper, Hygcni,- Underfelt and Stair Pads
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
j     236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to  241   Front  streets,  ijupont   Block,
SOMETHING    TASTY
Laing's
Jellied Veal
In 1 and 2 Pound Tins.
Try H, it   is   Delicious.
GEO. ADAMS.
Public Supply Store, Columbia  St.
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Shades of Mini,    ,t;
tan, Black, Cream ;t;
PRICES      |
Ladies' Shirt
Waist Suits
$7.50 to $121
LaiHsi iii mover Lace ;���;
liliuises, Sim Tlifiin   it;
PROTESTS AGAINST
WATER APPLICATION
I   GORDONS   I
I DRY  GOODS  HOUSE |
&3(Xi!f3BllS!g^^
mei yesterday afternoon   and   passed
a   resolution regarding    a recent    ap-
him with on.- little one whom he plac-   >���<
el in the charge of friends in Vancou-    j��J
FRUIT TREES
v.-,-.  Aboul    a  year later    the child
plication for a recwdot 26,000 ln.c_.e_ ol tef] sirk and died and was laid beside
vvat.-r    from    the    Lillooet     river    to   the mother anil little sister in the New-
Messrs. Hermon ,V: Burwell, represent- Westminster cemetery.  The deceased
Ing the Burrard Power company.
"Whereas theTB IS an immense body
of timber surrounding Lillooei lake
and the natural means of getting this
out is by way of the Lillooei river;
was a s;early man and was well
thoi,glu of by all who knew him. Three
months prior to his leaving for the
east he had been engaged in driving
one of the city teams. I, is understood
that the body will be sent on to Prince
!���! THE    FINFST    VARIETIES    THAT   MONEY   CAN   BUY.             !���!
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H Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.           M
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;���; Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds          |
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!���; Ornamental trees and shrubs in great variety, evergreen and gold- |��|
>J en from 2 to 6 feet.   Roses, paeonies,   rhododendrons,    privet,    ever- �����,
ij green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free.                           ,*i
"And whereas   the Burrard   Power Edward coumv for mterment
company is now applying for a record  0	
of 25,000 miner's inches of water from
the said  river, which amounl  is prac- Russian Steamer Wrecked.
tically  the full normal capacity there- Colombo.    Ceylon,    April    20..���The
of; Russian volunteer fleet steamer Kan-
"And   whereas    |J,.-   said    company san  bound   from  Odessa  to  Vladivos-
proposes    to divert    thai    water,    by tok to bring home troops Is ashore on
means of a flume, the -result of which a reef near this port. It is expected It
diversion  will  be to render the  river will  lie a total  wreck.
unnavigable and also unlloalable    for' o	
D. M. Robertson & Sons
J   Tynehead  Nurseries. NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. $
|fc��.>X.>��>>X.>��>��>��X.X��^^^
���������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������
_k -B-H. ���_& _m_i  an    a^-k. -^   _^__ -k. ���     _T" -_��   ArcaflffP ���
THOS. R. PEARSON a^Tvo-. t
logs;
"And whereas ii appears to this
board that it is desirable that all
natural waterways which may lie of
use for floating logs would be maintained for that purpose and especially
as regards the Lillooet river which is
the only means whereby Ibis timber
may be brought out to be manufactured;
"Therefore lie it  resolved that    this!
University Loss.
Sacramento, Cal., April 20.���The following statement furnished to the Associated Press by President Jordan of
Leliind Stanford university was r.-ceiv-
; ed last nigh:;
"Thi.  earthquake  did  grot   damage
I to  the   buildings  of  Stanford   nniver-
; sity. Only two lives were lost, a student named .1. A. Hiinna, of Bradford,
Pa., and a fireman, Hans Stroh. Eight
I1II1V.
al channel.'
board most earnestly protests against
,   ,  , .  ,        , students were injured,  none Berious-
,l,o  said   record    being  granted     and
., .    ..,��.��� in��� .i.__J>'.  The  build.ngs  wrecked   were    the
urges upon the proper authorities the*'
,     ,  . ,      , , ,,,, ���������, ! Memorial church, the new library, the
absolute necessity, in view of the com-
��� ,  , . .,   .-, .    ,���!���n������i   gymnasium, the Memorial   arch   and
merclal  Interests thereby prejudiced,
����� ���.. ���    ���.iu,'1he   power   house.   Manv   buildings  of
of preventing    any Interference    with ���
the navigation of the Lillooet, or re- thB ""'"'' ����rtra_*ta were seriously
al of lis waters trom .heir natur- �����__������� as well as some of the shops.
The   chemistry   building.   F.ncida   hall
and the Inner quadrangle are practically uninjured.   The damage   will ap-
Juniors Meet. proximal.' $4,000,000. The books, cnllec-
The West  End Junior Lacrosse club   lions   ami   apparatus   are   not   greatly
held  their lirst  business meeting of damaged,
lhe  season  last  evening  in  No.  1   Bre This message together with  lot) prl-
hall  with  an average attendance. The V11t,, messages    from    the    university
following officers were elected;   Pres- community ar.- sent  from Sacramento
Ident,   C.   Reid;   vice   president,,   tier! as    all    telegraphic Communication to
Galbraith;     secretary,   1).   Hartlctt;   Palo Alto and all around the bay Is
treasurer,  V.   McPhadden;   executive out of commission."
committee, W. Sangster, E. Munn and	
G. Spring.
After   appointing   B.   Munn   and   W.
Sangster to acl as delegates the mooting adjourned with a hearty vote of Lost-A striped tiger cat. brown nose
thanks  to Capt.   Held   lor the  use  of
the flre hall.
NEW   ADVERTISEMENTS
and eyes. Black and grey in color.
Reward will be paid for Its return to
Mrs. J. A. Cruise, corner Eighth
street and Royal avenue.
D.
Robbed  of $500,000.
Montgomery,   Ala.,   April   20.���J
I lend, a prominent saw mill operator
of Hay  Minot. Ala.,    was    robbed in
Montgomery  last   night    of securities
approximately estimated at $500,000 ln
value. The stocks and bonds were tn
a satchel which was taken from tho
hall Of the residence of \V. A. Collier, at
lorney.
Additional Want Ada on Page Seven.
Saw Mill Burned.
Ingersoll,  Ont.,   April   19.���Flre    totally destroyed .1. Undford's saw mill
Ibis  morning.    The Iosr Is about  $1,-
000, with HO ImmranoP.
Strengthen Btltiih Garrison.
Cairo. Egypt, April 20.���The British garrison ln Egypt Is going to be
strengthened owlag to the attitude of
Ihe Turkish government In the Tabnh
countieV nnd its possible effect OB th"
IslamftrpopulatlcW Is hard TV* tell.
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to thank the kind friends for
tholr assistance and sympathy In my
recent loss by lire.
J. VAUGHAN,
Langley.
823���One hundred and sixty ncres.beiiutirully situated on tne
southern slope ot tne Serpentine Valley; first-class land, trnnung on
the Clover Valley Road; near t he railroad and river; good road;
land is very productive; about fid acres In first-class condition.
Good and convenient Buildings. All necessary Implements and stock.
This Is well worth investigatio n.    Price, $90 per acre. w
1027���An unusually good buy. One hundred and Sixty acres; R0 ^
to 75 acres under tirst.-elass cultivation; 9 acres under Imps, all in .
good shape; lll-rocinea dwelling in good condition, nam biixiuu; .lop J
kiln and baling room in good c omit,Ion: the buildings on tbe place j
are worth at least ��8,UtK). Bert and Creek runs through the property. ���
This ls a most desirable farm; from $2,500 to $3,51)11 per year can J
be taken oft lt.   price, */,!>00 c ash. ���
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**���������������
Elk's MinsireJs
Vancouver Opera  House
April 26 and 27.
Great Chorus.     50 Voices.
Best Soloists in British Columbia.
Hear the famous Octette.
TICKETS, $1.00. for sale evenfwhere.
No extra charge for Reserved seats.
The Daily News has a few for the convenience of
Westminster patrons.   Apply at business office.
ATTENTION!   I. 0. 0. F.
Thi officers and members of Royal
City Lodge No. .1, and Amity Lodge
No. 27, are requested to meet ln their
lodge room, Friday, April  20, at 3 p.
m., for the purpose of receiving an official visit from the Grand Master, and |
a fraternal visit from the Vancouver
lodges.
All vialllng brethern    cordially    Invited to be present.
By order Joint Committee,
T   A. MUIR, Chairman,
E. U WEBBER, Secretary
APPUCATIONS WANTED.
Applications iJIil be received by the
'uudersigned up to 4 p. m. of Friday
,he 20th Inst., for the position ot
poundkeeper In the city.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall. April 18, 1906.
��
I ��� ���
THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY. April ,,  !9w
GOV. MEAD PARDONS
KENT SHEEP THIEE
coui se.
will  be received    at   class to  convey  Infection    to others and the N. VV. T. excepting the Yu
:,.   acute  k
���   thej   call   ;..:    '  :..:���:-   Berth  No. 471
culvert and clearing  this  Department until  noon on Wed- without  themselve
tor  by  Mr.  Cor-   ..-.day, the 2nd day of May. 1906, for s-: -re   plain that  tain
a licence to cut timber on Berth No. - on  shpuld be exercised in ^ ._ ..,.,
bett.
Mr.   v
Shows Appreciation of the Honest and
Heroic  Conduct  cf Chns. I hln1' ln M ":'' d����� ** ^
I
Mem. Th
	
s.    -... .' Chris KI, in,     b|p ' vv- Brown-
471,   situate  in   the   It ill" 15    Bell
the  Province    of  British    Colum; I
commencing at the  south'
of Section 14, Township 5, Range 27,
\V.--'  of    the Bth    Meridian;    thence
North  44  chains;    thence  Wesl
chains;     thence    South    20    chains;
onlv two leases of five mUes each
a term of I renew
tlie purchase or handling of strange
or mules <���-��� ecially in    I
li-rir's    where    the     disease   ha_ river   j
bllshed, sub-  |
8.    Th.-   carcases
with  glan !��� rs Bho i   ,       ���" '
of the i- -   - I
The lessee's right is to ,
Deiow any iuw   ......i  ,�����,��, ....  ---     .
:   r each   j
l
i- -,., - ronlcl-
Inmate  of    the
��� I bl - own life to save
��� ���    out.
John  Hildebrand A  jangerons bridge being reported
jail, \. ; ;-. pardon iF near Asyl im farm.
Klein was con. "
..  ....:.   er    2:
I   to   serv.-     -.v.
Ml ..;..     He
24 chains more or less to the North  least six feel ben,
boundary of Section  10; thence East      9.   Owners of ; :'e out-
me.   II was decid,
foi   one acre of -land.
Yukon  Ter-
.   river   and   hi I
���
line or
along the North boundary of Sections   breaks   have   been       lit   with   should  genera|   ,,;r,   ��� ��� k     or
Ifl and  11, 100 chains more or less, to   bear  in  mind  ihat   I ��� 1000 to
the point of commencement, contain-  recommend  reli ise reel
Ing an area of 4"ti acres more or less,   unless  disinfection   has been carrl
The  regulations    under    which    a  out ln a satlsfacto, nner  md that      CI ims '      '        leKal
licence  will be  issued,    also printed   compensation for ; I   Ighter, I  I
forms of tender and envelope, may he  cannot be paid ont rlflcate   of '
1 -try must 1 I within
lorms 01 tenner ami envelope, may   ue   cannoi   ne iiam unxn                               '           d        j{ ,he  c,.um is  wi,h.n   ,..
own,                         ncll  in lot  380.         obtained at this Department or at the   ell                ad                 tlon    Ins been               (the! ler's office.
'  offlce of the Crown Timber Agenl at   received  by  the Mlnisl ;, addi-
aft, . Mr. Kent regarding a t,
mctlOl    riel also
���    g .  .,' ���' .   B  C. E. 1:
���   -,  affirmed  by  the SU-
'.   -o   v bit :.
A-i.le from the fac  that he ..
���
���
n  �� ������  ii. futur.
thi       ���   ,. d  mention)
Id, I Mac'   :!,..'   a.   came  i a. ..   '
trom   Alaska   to     serve   his
ice  wh.-n  h-   beard  of  thi   1 ���
��� decision againsl hlm. he
having been out on  bail  pending the
was in his favor.
Tb- papers    filed  with the    governor
tnenc;   in Klein's behalf
I to be   he at   ingest ever pre
sented to tbe st it . executive.
The crime for which Klein wi
.    i   and  convicted  was stealing a
trom '
Councillor 1
.'���:.. d Ihn
Th- council then adjourned.
Mortgage Sale
New Westminster, B. C. ture.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
lank in favor of the Deputy ot the
Minister of the Interior, for tbe
amount of the bonus which the appli-
lions cant Is prepared to pay for a licence.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PF.RLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary-
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, March 20th, 1906.
���    -il ten miles or fracti ���>.
10.   Horse ownei      I  mid have -rne person    r -' 'ing a
hesitation in reporting to this Depart- st hold a  ine miner's cer-
ment or to its inspectors the exist
of actual or suspect' I cases of gland-      ��� ��� ��� 1 "    : " r-'-'w milu' ;5
ers. The disease I,     been spn idlng entitled to  a  claim  ol 10hi  f,
ength,     nd ,1 the ; Ists ol
1 ��� nd by virtue of thi   P
������; In ,. certain Ii
��� . ���   oi  ftfoi tgage v.;.;. h wl
���
n   by T. J.
number of sheep from Frye, Brnhn &  Trapp, Au, I hi- auction mart
WARNING  GLANDERS.
In districts where th, tence of
: s is Buspei' ��� ���'.    nd  ������ ��� ecially
rapidly of late years and It ls a matter of public In*, r. ' ��� verj fresh
centre of Infection should be discovered and dealt with as promptly as
possible.
.1. O. RUTHERFORD,
Veterinary Director General.
Department of Agrlcnltore,
Ottawa, March. 1f""".
I
Co., who had the animals confined
;��� corral near Kent.
COQUITLAM   COUNCIL.
On  April 14 the Coquitlam coun,
"     11    a   court   of   revision.
weri   present, Reeve Booth and Councillors    Fox,    Brennan,    Cosens    and
Shaw.
The following appi il beard:
.lames Cunningham. John Oliver, M.
. all, and W.  Brownlie;   ill con
������ I of    over-a ment,    but the
��� disallowed the appeals Id each
ind confirmed the ass,
L.   and     F.   Smith   and   E.     H
.line.] of under-assessment    and
���he values were raise 1 [_ each case.
I., an.l I. Smith to $50.00 per acre, and
E.  Hailev  to $21.'"i  per  acre.
L. Parent's   act 1   , banged
twenty-five acres
cres  and  A.  and  G.  Pel
���"l acres to 10 acres.
S. B. Buchanan    sent  In a li
nam,    of the v
has recent! I      id to on '.'
river road and the nam,
placed 0
.-ie.11-
'    ���:. ':
'. uncll  1
... 1.
C     mun! rec, Iv,
'   wiih  a.-  foil',-
From     M.   M
!;. C. on '!' tesday 1 ' May,
. . ..'I;, the following It"''.
Est ite, Lots 1. 2, and 3, In a portion
:t cres) "i 1"' 17 it. Suburban
nine;.        ��� if New W��
i' nd i irthei
.1. P. HAMPTON HOLE,
Vi n tor's 9 ilii I
: ������  Bldg.,
New Westmln iter, B. C.
in neighborhoods    where actual    out- Synopsis   of    Canadian
B have occurred the adoption of
the  following il owners
of horses and  others  Interested  will
do much to pi   rent th,       ���   I of the
I ind the , ent of fresh
of infection.
1.    Horses or mules having a nasal
or oth< r supl
���  ���     -houlri not be admltti ! to livery
or fe. I stables 1
church or school    sheds, railway   sock   yards,   prl '.es   or
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion
= oo feet altogether, on lhe out
I  :;     :i  which   no  royalty    sha '     br
charged the  rest of the party
ary claims 1 1
��� ���->��� fee $10.     Royalty at the rate
of two .ind one-half   per cent   on the
hipped  from  the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, ot who may receive entries  f  "
bar  d . r  bench  claims, 1
on    the   E van    River,   where
the  lessee   can   dredgt   I .'.'.water
mark on >������������ h   lit, rn itive I,   -��� hi ild.
The  lessee   shall   have  a  dredge  in
���   n within one season from the
date ��� t the for 1     h five miles
hut where a person or company ha-
tiian   one   lease   one
for each fifteen miles or frac-   Eight Train
ther    f is suffi ient.    Rental, $10
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dailv NEW Dally
Leave  WESTMINSTEP   '���������
li -'���  ��>
4:35 pm ham      Burling-^: 36pm
ton,   Mt   \'.
[non,     1 ���
S,
Po   ' a '
4:.;:. ; 11. Spokane.       SI       10pm
Paul    and    all
points  E ���
9.20 am v  cortes, 3:00 pm
ley,     and
1 pm Vancouver '.'.20 am
;   15 pm
��� of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
P: okane  St Paul, Minneapolis,
Wini '    ith, Chicago, St
1 ami aii points East.
For    complete    Information,
berth   r      ration,  etc .
1    . on or addi'
p. C. GRIFFIN, Agi ��� '
Bank ol 1 lomm  Bulldli t
New Westminster, B. 0
S. (',. YERKES, v Q. P. -V.
��� Becond Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle,  Wash,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
British Columbia  Coast  L nt
Service.
I tics,)
in the Railway Bel Ish Colum-i,Per aJnnu5J ior,   each   mile   of river
���;   at the  rate  1 I tw
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Every 1 'ay in the Year
IETWEEN
TIME TABLE
(Subject to changi
VICTOIUA-SI.Al 1 1.1
Princi      a
Leaves Port   1
Leaves   VlctO
Arrive Seal
Leave B. ittl, a.m.
Arrive Port To
Arrive Victoria  .:
VANCODVBR-VICTOK1 \    -
S. S. Prim ������
i'
Leave Vancoi ,-. 1   1   ���
Leave Victoria 1 a. m.
VICTORIA-NEW   Wl
KUI  11..
BTR CHAKMEK
Loaves Victoria,  1  a.   m
and Fridays.
I." ives N'.w Westmli   ���  -
Wednesdays ami s ,,
('ailing at Maynean d si,      ,
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  i      ;������.-
S.S. Juan leavi     N
cept Baturday an ; S in ,- '���,.
Baturdaj  - a. ,,,.
Leaves   Vancouver    d
Satnrds:
Baturdaj 2.3U p, m.
WESTCOAST    B
S. S. Queen Cty.
Leave victoria  11   , 1W|
and 80th of each 1
and way ;
Leave \ [1 li th of ���_,
for Qual Im    ��� I ���.
V;'" mth
. Includ-
Ij;
s. m.,
bla, may be hon.'
bo ls ihe sole head of a f
or any male over l    years of age, to
..'��� nt  of om ton of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry may be mn ie personally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land is situate, or if the
homesteader desires, he may, on ap-
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TR UN  ' IF  FAME
every
.1 Sat-
AI-
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot   .. 10,   and    1" Of L,     16 ol
Subui Map 200,
Westi   - City.
Wh.-reas: proof of the loi
1 of Title Nnm 7
ied  in  ihe  name of  Jane  Howay
en file I in this office.
^"'it- ' '      given that I si        l}lotoiig
at ,he expiration ot one m,
-  .      in th,
C. S. KEITH,
.-'.���'
other   places   where   ihey   are   likely pijcation t0 t���e m;,. .-     0f the imer
Ini . direct or indirect    contact  jr,r,   Ottawa,    the    1    mi ner    of
nitnala ot th,   ��� |uii    - ecies.     Immigration, Winnipeg  0
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Iging in the Yuk n Territory-
Six leases of ve miles each may be
granted I ���   miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable
The lessee's right is confined to the  for    O 'Ml ' IRT
submerged  bar  or  bars  in  the  river  anj   LUXURY.
bei   '.   I  ...    ..   ter   mark, that boun-  both  electricity  and   gas;   the   ���
dary to be fixed by its position on the  brilliantly   ilium 1   I   I   train   in   the
tst day ol  Vugust in the year of tbe  worid.   ':       .       ment  consists   ol
date of the  lease.
THE NORTH V, ESI I RN, LTD
Embodies tl:.- newest and best ideas
CONVENIENCE,
It  is  lighted  with
The  less II   have  one   dredge
private   compartment   cars,   Standard
All    stables,    yards,    or  sheds agent receive authority for some one  .   lne  R"".:",'e   BD*1.1  "',VL'  ""c   "^"S*   16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
,  .       ,        ��� ., ,^ ���.i-. .,,... u. v��� m   Operation   Within   two   years   irom       .   r,ri:���;������  ,-hair  nn   fseals
' '       '  '"'     : lon of horses to make entry for hu . . '       Ar*t\<,��  c"'. rccl,,11"K cllal,r car'   ,   ,   ��� '    , '
.1.1   modtrn   <Ia>'   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
brarv  and  'm.,king cars.
Fi t  Time Tab'-      I f  any
further information call on or write
upon  and  cultivation     :'  the  land  in
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
i. ! Lot 2S0 G 1,  New
��� ' thoroughly t     ted ln a si
'       Beat
or mules should be regularly and fre- .  ���""- ���  1 ��� - ���,f-    fnr ���.,.i   .-,..��� m;,P4 ,,.;t,
=    '"Su^erTntrtl ^                     VZ^^l^
e manner prescribed below. (j) M ^ 5Jx r   ... _.  ��&tn<.t  Yukon   rerntory  to  be  paid   to  tbe
tier   cleansing   the    premises anrI  cultivatio-    : the land  in comptroller.
burnings             , t each year for three years                          No free miner shall receive a |
interior should be well gone over with (2) If the father ( - mother   if the  "f more  than  r'ne  minin8  claim  on
hot ste ra  or I oiling water, ��� dding to father is deceased) of tl ������ h  mesteader  c
-  01             '  of crude resides   upon  a   farm  in  the  vicinity
Id to 1 ach ���                 after of the Ian ! entered  ; r the r,
which   ihe  entire  surfac  Bhould   be men,s ns to residenci
ly coated wil                       ton of h>' s;:;h Person ru-:             '    '  '
t to which crude car- thf ��Tr, ".��     fi,     ,      u-
, ,   , . (3) II th,  settler - permanent
re reside,        ipon  fan
I im  in  the vicinity of his home-
I, the 1 ���        to resi le,   ���
���vhlch    Infected    animal may b, ' "   resid
r_ the said land.
Six months' notice in writing 9U
ibt '     ��� ��� :.  anad 1 pen  to occupation
but   the   same   miner   may   hold   any
number  of  claims  by  purchase,  and
iree   millers   may   work   their   C
in   partnership   ' ng notice   ami
-j.      A   claim   tt:
ther obtained
-   river,  by
.   :   ��� :ng a fee.
n   a   claim
it  $_'0O.
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Northern Pacific i
I.eaT
for  Tape  Sr Ol I   .'.:. 1
Ing Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER I:
Steamer Transfer.
Leaven   New    West
day.
Additional  trip leav,
minster .", a.  p.    _ 1,   .
Leavi ton    '���' ���
day,  Wednesday,  Thui
ut-.lay  7  a.   111.     K: . I
ditional t:.;, Sa urday   ���'���
UPPER FRASER 1. IV!
Steamer  Beaver.
Lea'.'"     X.'W     V, ��� ���    ' |        '
MondayB, Wedm
Leav Chilllwai ������   . lays,
Thursdays and  Satrd
landing  between   N< -'.   v.'-     Inster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN II.   C.  li"
S.   S.  Tees.
la .    ���  V mcouver  at  2 ;���  m. 2nd
and   16th  ol  eai h  monl ���: r:.
Skldegate on tit si trip an .
la on second 11 .���
Times on  arrivals   and   I     1 ire
an- approximate
K..r   Ti.l..is,   ;.
formation call on 01
J. W. TR
General Bupetlnti nd, nt, V
!-;.  .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass    \: . .��� ���:.
W. H. G VRDIXER,
Gen. Agent, Fr, I
N'.-w  W,
ED. GOULET,
Agent, N,   ���
2164A, Issued in the name of
laniel C
.
Notice 13 hen I shall
���  the ei   Ii  tloi   of one mon I
I
Unary   ban
In contac  ' ; ���''"���'��� w C0RY
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior
Ac, work   has   been
sho.i'd  ""'" ,,c d^01"0'! '" he
'.' , '   '    tbl '  '   ned,   anad  . p. -I   t.i
���   ���   the Commi        er of D , ,
and entry by a free miner
Lands at  -
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Land  Registry Ofl 1   .
N, w We tminster, B. C.
.March 30
1906.
. bai ge thai his pigs   ������  e running at
Ir. Corbett. A
copy of Mr. Mai
d< red  Bent  to  Mr.  C     ett, with the
1   , 11 -��� for explanation.
From Pathmaster Falconar, asking
for   planks    to   repair   bridges.    The
clerk   was  Instructed   to  ordei   1,	
feet of 2x12.
From G.  Moulthey, asking to have
le     road   put  into  shape.    This
matter was left, to the board of works
'   In poet and rep,
From James .Mars, asking for $~~i
on hla contract on Indian road. Lefl
fi the reeve and Councillors Shaw and
Br, ..nan   to Inspect   and  pay for whin TENDERS.
naa ""'" do""- Tenders    addressed  to tbe    under
From ll";.". Gravely & Co., asking ,,..tV, ; . , . marked on ,h
 I  ":i  south  ol  0. P.  it. to be  , ;... ��� ,.,..    ...     . .    ,,llis,r���,
"  '       I   U| .     Left   to   board   of   works ,    :.   ,,;���.,   :..,.   gteei   Twl,
port. g ."  win  i.. reoel 1 I
From T. .1. Cosens, asking to hav, .    .,���  w .    next, tor the
po ' '.;   ectlons B, IT, Hi and ���    con .   1 .-' eel   Twin   Screw
which   is  in   the  center  of  road,  re-  S 1   ���       for  the   Hydrographlc
1 and   ' ��� orded.   The clerk was  vice In B
... 0 attend
to It,
From r. I!. C, M., received and ac-
0! Jin 01 di red to be paid,
K.   P,   ii"":.::       asking   foi
��� en sections s and i), block
tb.    Clei i;  to  r, ply I bai  bi 1 Ige
will  : .��� built  and  road opened up as
I pre-
��� ���  thoroughly soaked In
ion of crude carbolic acid
ibllcatlon here- ,,f .    ���   .   ���    0j one liar, ,��� twenty.
. li   t,   of the said 1 faterlal       'ich might    be injured
itlme valid 1 -.  the above treati   ���     uch as vain-
objection be mar:- to me it. writing. mess, robe      cushioi -.    etc.,
C. S. KEITH which have been In contact with ln-
Dlstrict Registrar of Titles fection Bhould   be placed   in   an   air
' room and fumigated with Formaldehyde af.-r which ihey should be
thoroughly cleaned.
4. In stables where outbreaks have
occurred or where diseased animals
have, inadvertently or otherwise, be, ::
stabled, even temporarily, the cleansing'and  disinfection  should  he  espe-
N.  B.���-Un '  publication of
this  advertisement   will  not   be   paid
for.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
Thc  I mi  may bc
���' ned ;< lut, ly by h n ing a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Do- l
minion Lands in Manitoba, the North- New York, Chicago,
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 10.20 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
in area not exceeding 640
Trains & Steamers
,'. P.  K.  M \   v-
Leave N, ��   tfestmii
Arrive Ne      ���
C, P, R. MISSH ,N BRANCH.
Lv. New West, .8.31
Lv. Si ittle 10;  ar.  Ni
C. P. K. \\ ESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv. New We '.   10     ���  and 17.35,
Ar .New West. B. 15  an I 11 :
C. P. K. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. N'.w West mil.
GREAT NORTHERN IU
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a. 11..:  ar, Si
t poi   Lv. N.W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
loronto, M. raul   _v. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N.Vi
S
Travel on the Fan
"NORTH ("AST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rat,   .
Quick 'I.' Excell, nl .-���
AND ALL POINTS FAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
and  $20   for   anthracite.     Not   more I discovery
than 320 acres can be acquired by one; acres, including the oil well, will be
individual or company. Royalty at ] sold to the prospector at the rate of
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 i $1 an acre, and the remainder of the
daily thorough and In BUch cases it Is pounds shall be collected on the gross ��� tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
��� to remove and burn feed boxes output. I will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
and   mangers  when    of wood;    iron     QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen subject to royalty at such rate as may
artlcl .  be rendered harmless by years and over and joint stock com-1 be specified by Order in Council.
:.     Ing them  through fire or by ini- I,anies holdin* frce miners' certificate. W. W. CORY.
'..' Ing them for some time In boil- ���y obtain cntry for a m,mng loca"
For full informtion call on or v, 1 te
C. E. LANG, General Agon'.
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, ii. C.
A. 1). CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore. A. G. P. A.
Ing  water.   All   litter from   suspected
Deputy
' terior.
.f the Minister of the In-
A free miner's certificate is granted ;     Dept. Interior.
: "'ill   as   possible.
��� ai Hon. It. F. Green stating thai
10I the policy of I be government
��� . a   isi municipalities with the main-
,. nance ol roads.    Ri celti -1 and (Red.
The coll, ��� 01 ted  the sum of
|41.9fl reci ace I isi  report.
The foi ��� ..nits w.r.' ordered
.   t ,-.       advertising, $18;
.,. $5; i'oIuijj.
bla C $17.10;    John
Smi'li.  .-.a.:,:      .   ...   $29. 10;   liinglo  K-
11 25;  .1. J. Macks .. ii.    .. ?i ;   A,  Fal,   il   ���     road  wcrk.
$5. 0,
Th..   license loners   scare
also ie last Bitting
���
The 1 reported   that
��� . i the roads in the
< 1 ��� ��� nd oi I municipality and found
them fall ly good, bul all ne, ding
some repairs.
That the bridge adked for by Mr.
Eastman be lefl to Councillor Bre i-
nan to gel the bridge constructed
with some lumber now on the ground.
That the water complained of by
Mr,  Kerr ami others on  the  I). Mc
Specifli an    an 1   foi t
he '.dice ot' the
Marin
and    I' ... B.   C,   al
the Custom  lbe. ���   al   Vancouver, B.
c. and at  tbe Departmenl  here.
E - '.  ������ '      a] anled
bj  an   ice, cheque equal to
cent, of I '     amounl ni
thi   '. nder, whieh will be forfi
the p, : .���":.    ending  ��� he ac, epti ���'.
to en er Into a contra, I
with   the  Department.    Cheques    ac-
���. hi, I' are nm ar -
;   will   i"-  returned
after a dec! ilon b       e,    ai rived at
 ,:lills S,,""M h(' t��"rnf'(1 or careful. {or one or mor(, years> not exceeding
ly  fenced  until  use,]. five, upon payment in advance of 5/5"   /-^ g��
5.   Farmers   and   '."'ers-    should, per annum for an individual, and from ^^cil"lcUC*8clH
whenev,     po   Ible,  avoid    admitting $50 to $100 per annum for a company,
it hors,    01  mule   to the prera- ���>. :ording to capital,
lses occupied by their own animals A frce miner, having discovered j
especially of the aame pedes, It Is a mineral in place, may locate a claim!
: plan to reserve an Isolated 1500x1500 feet by marking out thej
building for outside horses or mules -:'"'^' with two legal posts, bearing
' ul where this Is Impossible they may 1"rri,; " "otj ' " ;"'c :it caCl1 cnd of!
be accommodated tn cow stables, cat- the 1;;i" "f tllc Mc' or vrm' ,
Me noi being subject to gl aders In- ���e claim shall be recorded within
,.,.,, , fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
fection. S'ici, horses and mules should    .        ��� . ,   .   ���,r      ������   ���.
 of a mining recorders office, one ad-,
be wai,.nd from special pails, which. fiitioll;ti   ,1;,y   allowed   for   every   ad-
' .     ler with all other stable utensils ditional  ten  miles  or fraction.     The I
1: ed on or about    them,    should    be fee for recording a claim is $5.
carefully cleansed and disinfected  be-      At least $100 must bc expended on]
fo:-"  being  used     for  other     animals,  the  claim   each   year   or  paid  to   the
Stalls occupied by Btrange horses    or mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
mules should  be well  cleansed    and ?Soo has been expended or paid, the
"'-   ���, ;,,.,.������, andil��a1 M pog8lble, left   locator   may,  upon   having  ''survey
made and upon complying With other
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
Pacific Ry.
Atlantic Service.
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
advertl ���    unoccupied  for some time.
���  authority from the I)"-      r'   V>'1"T" ""w horsea "r mulea ;,!'
partment  will nol  be paid.                    purchased in or from districts where ]Vrmi.M,,n may be granted by the
p   QOURDEA                  glanders  exists,  they should,    unless Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
and   carefully tested  with Mullein  prior to claims containing iron and mica, al$01
purchase, be stabled apart nnd closely copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
watched  for  some time  before  being area not exceeding if.o acres.
"��� In contact with other animals The  patent  for a mining location]
of tha equine spades. shall  provide  for  the  payment   of  a
Royalty of 2'/2 per cent, of the sales
Seven hundred miles of magnificent
river trip. Empress of Britain sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May 11,th.
For other dates and rates apply to
ED. UOULi-T,
,'. f, K. Agent.
.New Westminster.
Deputy   Minister  of   M
Fishei ���
Departmenl   Of   Marin"   nnd   Fisli-
1 1 2    b   March.   1906,
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer Limited"  St.   Paul  to
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers,if
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via|Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GE:.0.  W. VAUX.
Assistant (l.n'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, lMfi Adams St., Chicago, III.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Wed, Fri,
Th.. S '
I a.m.
7 a.m.
The  only all  rail  r.uitc  between   a
point, east, w.-st and south to Ross- Van. & Burnaby
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.;  ar. N.W.
p.m.
V., VV. & Y.���VANCOUVER.
Lv. N, w. 3 p.m. and 9.36 p.m,
Lv. Vain Oliver S.::.r.  mm., a" ���
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. VV. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m. _
Lv. Guichon 2.10 p.m.; ar, N. W.
9.3". p.m.
Mondays onlv.
IJ. C. ELECTRIC    VANCOUVER
l.v. New West 5.50 a.m.. 6.51, ��
and hourlv until 11 p.m., with bait-
hourly between 12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to 11 I'ra-
Sunday  b ly    B    a.m. to 11  i'-'.1"
with half-hourly bet 1 �� and 1 l'-1"'
Lv. Vancouver same time ihruugn-
out.
Fraser River and Gulf
IF RIVER
Beaver-
From N. W. Mon.
Prom Chwk. Tu.
Ramona������
From N. W. Tu.,
From Chwk. Sun.
Favorite���
From N. \V. daily, ej S
From Mt. Lehman, 7 a
DOWN  EUVEII
Transfer���
From X. W. dully, ex.
Add. trip.
From Steveston,
Add. trip Saturday, "' P-m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
CItv of .Nam,imo���
From X. \V. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Saturday 1 a"1'
Mail Service
Close. Receivea.
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00 p.m. 6.45P-^
Sap',, & B_iH_lde...lO.0OP.m.  6.45.p.��
Vancouver L0.O0 p.m.   9
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..   . .  8.46a.m.
Van.  & Cent.   I'arK-l11-"' ",'���
Vidrrria 10.30a.m.
East Burnaby.. ��� - '
Stevastob, etc....
East,  via  C.F.R.. ���
Sap., Mill, Ooq'm.
Th.
w
Sal      ' ''
rl. Fl
1.11
a.m.
, 11.111.
p.n..
Monday, 6 n.m. .
a.m. (Fri. 6 a.-W
1.30 p.m.
3.00 1 T-
S.OOp.m.
3.30 p.m.
,30 p.m.
i p.t11"
m.nna.m.
1,15 p.m.
pi.Ma.m.
12.00 m
l2.oom
rl. 'a"'
Chicago, "Short  Line"  Omaha  to land, Nelson and Intermediate points,
,-,*V\
/"J       >\    .   ���    '       'JT, ���    ���.*,
7.    ll  must  be borne In  mind  thai
while nasal  discharge,    or ulceration,
iof the products  of   the  location.
PLACl'.R M 1 NING���Manitoba .and
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the  world   that   equal   in
}7
Tenders for a  Licence to Cut Timber
on Domonion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to
the   Timber  and   Mines   Branch,   Department of the Interior, nnd marked
enlarged glands, the presence of farcy (]ic N- w ^ ,.Xl.cl)ting tnc Yukon equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
burls, unaccountable swelling of the Territory: Placer mining claims gen- waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
limbs and genera! unthrlftiness often erally arc 100 feet square, entry fee I own and operate their own sleeping
characterise cases of glanders, the $5, renewable yearly. On the North and dining cars on alll their trains and
disease exists in many animals with- Saskatchewan River claims are either'give their patrons an excellence of
OUl for tho lime being any external 'mr or bench, the former being 100 service not obtainable elsewhere,
manifestations   whatever,    'the   only  feet long and extending between high      Berths on their sleepers are longer,
and low water mark.      Ihe latter 111-  higher and wider than in similar cars   1901
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
VTLIK-
anil
means of detection in such eases being the Mullein test, and that these
occult or latent cases are in some re.
Bpects the moat dangerous because
unsuspected.    Our experience    shows\'may be obtained.
dudes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of thc hill or bank, not
exceeding  1000   feft.     Where   steam
on   any   other   line.      They   protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection   made   with   all   trans-
power  is  used  claims   200  feet  wide I continental lines in  Union Depots
It. S. ROWE, General Agent.
Lean  road  is running in its natural  on the envelope "Tender for Timberl that It is possible for animals of this I    Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba! 134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-1
adian  Pacific  Railway f.,r  Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with
stage daily for  Republic. Tor CONRAD, CAKIk".
Buffet   service   on   trains   between WHITE   HORSE,   D^V   /eJtCept
Spokane and  Nelson. FAIRBANKS.     Daily trains v  mail|
Effective    Sunday,    November    10, Sunday)    carrying  ,Passe"?���.r(   wit"
express    and    freight  conn s^
Day Train Arrive  stages at Carcross ami wm   ^.^
...  Spokane   7.15 p.m.  maintaining a through W
...Rossland   4.to p.m.      For information a''! t- \ia,iagef>
....Nelson   6.45 p.m.     J, H. ROGERS,  .raffle'
II. A. JACKSON. Mackiiinon Wi-i   Q
General Passenger Agent , Vancouver, O-
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m. , FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
MAIITIN. WEART A McQUARRIE,
barristers,  solicitors, etc,        Of-
Xew Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lome .streets.
Vancouver, rooms 'Jl to -I, iir, Gran-
uii,. street. -I iseph Martin, K. ('., J.
w. \\eai i. W. il. McQuarrle, 11. A.
Bourne, Mr. Martin wild he in tho
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
Bank of
I       Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated   by   act  or  parliament
CAPITAL  (All  paid up,...S14,UUU,UO0
! RESERVE FIND isio.iiuo.ooo
J. HENLEY BIG WANTS
Tide Table   Fraser River jjp PAPERS LOOK
For Week F.n.ling April 22
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Harris-
lers, solicitors, etc., -12 Lome
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J. EL Iiowes, P. O. Box
241.
Ut. Hon. Lord Strathconn, and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,.. .Hon President
Hon, Sir <;. a. linimmomi, president
E.  S.  Clouston, Vice President and
General Manager.
Manufacturer  ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, lllackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J- Whiteside, II. L. Fdniouils.
MU. .1. P. HAMPTON' BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Olllcea
Canadian Bank of Commerce build-
,���'... Columbia street, opposite post-
"Hire, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
GEORGE BJ. MARTIN, Barrister and
(Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and MeKeuzle Btreets, New Westminster, B. C.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���Tim regular meeting of this
Is b.'.d on the First Wednesday In
,. a h  month,  tit  8 o'clock  p.  in.. In
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to a,-
tend, Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
st. retary.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in al! the principal cities
In Canada, In London, Kng��� New
York, Chicago, and at, joiin, Nfld.,
and correspondents in an parts or the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G.  D.  Brymner,  Manager,
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer ami manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Artistic
Effects
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
bad at reasonable prices if you call
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
Wanted���Thirty able-bodied, men to
work for the Corporation ou the
Board "f Works. For Information as|
,o  waves  and  em; in. menl   apply  to
Mr.  FurneSS, Supt. of Works.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
For Sale���10 acres, 15 acres cleared,
Good building. Apply Donald Mc-
Clure, Port Kells.
Lost���On or near corner of Queen's
avenue und 6th Street, a photo ,,
young gentleman with name on back.
Finder  please return  to  this office
For Sale���Modern 7 roomed house on
line corner In West End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Cheap. Appl.
X, ihis offlce.
Date
Monday 	
Tuesday 	
Wednesday   ...
Thursday   	
Friday   	
Sa,urday    	
Sunday 	
111Kb
Water
Time
1."..
11.15
2.05
13.05
2.55
14.20
3.40
1:,.:;:,
4.1 r,
16.36
4.50
17.15
5.15
1S.1U
Low
Wai. i
Time
Tain
20.20
8.35
20.60
9.50
21.45
lu.;.:,
22.35
11.35
2:1.nr,
12.30
2:1.4,1
13.00
FOB ANOTHER WAR
Situation in Manchuria Becomes More
Serious and Russians Build
Defence Works.
SAND  HEADS.
KING SOLOMON   LODGE, NO. 17, A.
F. .t A. M.���Regular communications of ibis lodge ai'' held on the
... , ond Tuesday in each month In
Masonic 'Pen,pie. at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited
I,, attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
; Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY,No.4o9
1; 11. k. of I., meets second and
h I-,iriay of each month, at s
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
1; 1 a! avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially In-
vited to intend. W, E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    ii.  B.  Ma,,bias, Reg.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scoten and Irish
tweeds and  worsteds always in  stock
Spring stock now ln.    Make your
.selection.
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Late,- was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's.business manager part of
the time.
I'.nglish,    Swiss,  American   and   all
complicatedjwatches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from G
Adams Grocery,
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
���Meets  in   Orange  hull  first and
third Friday in each mon,I, at 8 p. ;
in     Visiung brethren an- cordially
invited to attend.    B. E.  Matthias, j General Hauling and Delivery.
W, M.; .1. Humphries, Rec-Sec. Heavy Hauling uur apecallty.
Belyea & Co.
I, 0. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE.  No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
.ue held in oddfellows' ball. Columbia street, every Monday evening,
o'clock. Visiiing brethren cor-
dlally Invited 10 attend. S. .1. May,
N. G.i  W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���.Meetings the first and third Tues-
.11 each month. Visiting
brethi in cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U, W. hall, Odd-
.' block, Clarkson street, C.
,s Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Hose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hull. Columbia St., at
8 p. ,���., White Hose Degree, Fourlh
Wednesday ln each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
-Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. ,1. B. Hushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at S p. ni. in lhe Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordials' invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
a, 8 o'clock p. m.. in Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, .1. S. Brysou, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone  1.1U.
Dress in Reason
The latest Mitchells lasmon plates
have  arrived.
So have our spring stock or nigh-
class suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, broadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
J. N. Aitchison,
Columbia street.
J. II. Todd
Dealer in
Pianos, Organs,
Piano Players,
Columbia   Gramaphones and  Kecords,
Zithers, etc.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia street.
P.aJ\   r*r   writft   fnr   tirlcea.
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,   B,   C.
Headquarters for pacific Coast
CROWN Carl.ui. Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now in slock ready
for distribution; ask your merchant
for thiBi in fcsImI packets. If be
does not handle them we will prepay-
to your nearest postoffice, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $1.00 to Introduce them.
Large stock of HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring trade.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection.
Let me price your list before 1,lacing your order. Greenhouse Plants,
Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Fruit
Packages, Fertilizers, etc. Catalogue
Free.
M. J. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,   B.  C.
Lost���Small purse wlUfl small sum of
money at foot of Cemetery street
Sapperton. Return in Mrs. Cigonier,
Front   Btreet, or Daily  News.
Wanted    2  Colds ol Hemlock Bark
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd..
taken In lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply in the manager at
Tannery   or   P.   O.   box     187,     New
Westminster.
Wanted���Fresh milch cow. Apply P. ().
Box ;vri or Dally News Office, Ciiy.
For Sale���50 Egg CI,all,am Incubator
Cheap. Only used once. Apply 199
Sixil, avenue or P. O. Box 502, City
For Sale���Old papers suitable for
wrapping up parcels, etc. Apply News
office.
Found���\ house kej ln "Tlpperary",
Apply Dally News Office.
Dat.
High Water  Low Water
Ight
Monday
Time  H'ght Time 1
0.27 I 12.6
6.32
I 10.36 j    9.7 i 17.40
Tuesday  ....|   1.26 | 12.7 j 7.54
I 12.23 I    9.2 I 18.53
Wednesday   .|   2.16 | 12.7 1 8.51
13.88 j   a.;: j 19.55
Thursday   ..I   3.00 j 12.<; ',,.:;:,
|  14.58  I    9.7 I 20.52
Friday    j   8.37 | 12.5 j 10.16
I 15.5,1 j 10.1  ] 21.12
Saturday   ...j   4.os | 12.2 ; 10.43
l'l. 15 I 10.6 j 22.25
Sunday    |    4.88 | 12.0 | 11.07
I 17.32 I 11.1 I 23.04
I S.5
I 2.8
I 7.9
3.6
I 7.1
I 4.0
6.1
1.6
5.2
:. 1
!  l:>
| 5.7
I 3.9
1 6.;:
For Sale���Young Cow and Calf, newly calved. Mrs. T. Hembrough. 14th'
st. and 5th ave.
Wanted���Boys from 11 to 17 years
of age to work in Box Factory, also
box nailers. Apply B. C. Manufacturing Co. end of Lulu Island bridge
City.
For Sale���Half ini. res, in a livery business near Seattle, Washington.;
Chance of a life time. Apply Adifr-
tislnj Manager, Daily News.
���. _ . I
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. R. Aus-;
tin,   Sapperton.
Eggs for Setting���Pure Barred Rock
$1,110 per setting. .1. W. Austin, Sapperton.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $St>,in.5/tj.
Branches and correspondents in
all the principal cities ot tne world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS DtPAHlMLNI.
kl opens an account.   Interest added
talf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen    Saturday   nights   trom  B to  9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINS1EK   UKANCH
F. B.  Lyle, Manager.
Dies in Hospital.
Frederick Nelson of 107 Dunlevy
avenue, died In St. Paul's hospital,
Vancouver, yesterday morning, aged
lis years. Deceased leaves a wife and
five children to mourn his loss.
Victoria,    B. C.  April     IO- Serious
troubles, threatening 1,, Involve Japan,
China and ltussia in war in Manchuria ar.- reported in Japanese news.
papers received yesterday by ,he
steamer Empress of China. The Peking    correspondent    of the    Osaki
Shimbun sa>s Russia Is employing
several thousand Chinese in making
defence works in Nor,hem Manchuria.
The Japan Advertiser says the situation in Manchuria is getting more
complicated and serious dally ami unless the respective governments sue-
eel In arranging the difficulty diplomatically, the world will soon see
another battlefield In Manchuria, wiili
Japan and China on one side .,,,,1
Russia ru, the other, Ai the present
time a .lash between the armed forces
in Manchuria Is only averted by the
forbearance  of lhe  Japanese,
Russia  bus forbid  japan's sending
nun'.,   troops   lo   North   Manchuria   or
to make anj occupation of thai territory.   Japan now holds tin- territory
"nib of the Sun Carl river anil the
Russian troops, despite all the efforts ,', 1 in- contrary, an- still iu
I :eat finer, in Northern Manchuria.
I The Russian Hoops are in constant
r.-volt againsl their officers, and are
daily robbing and killing lhe Chinese
peasantry.
As the situation now stands, both
Japan and China are consider:,h].\
\ worked up over lhe stale of affairs.
Imperative instructions have been issued for the Peking government to
the Tartar general in charge of the
('bines., troops, and action may take
place ai any time between the Russians and Chinese. Japan may be
expected to take a hand to aid China.
Importanl exchanges are now passing
between the Japanese and Russian
governments  regarding the matter.
While 1 his is regarded as sensational by some vernacular papers, others
have  despatches  along similar  lines.
The Hoch Shimbun reports that Russia has commenced the destruction of
the Changchun-Kirln Railway. The
German officers at the Hupeh military
ais.nal In Norlh China have been replaced by Japanese.
Wanted���Young girl for part care of
child and housework. Apply Mrs.
Sawyer, 7th st and 5th ave, after 6.
FASHION
Peed, Sale and Livery
STABLES
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
W. LYLE & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
Cor. 8th and Carnarvon Sts. Phone 250.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
80NS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month 'n
K. of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
board of trade.���New Westminster Board uf Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White, Sec.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
i jf.i I'-iSa- [ill .-''-"'    f
When you want a good smoke you
nsk for a���
"B. C." OR " OLD SPORT"
Manufactured by the B. C. Cigar
Factory, -who also make The "Brll-
lantee" (in three sizes.)
WILBERG & WOLZ, Props.,
Factory and Offlce, Brine Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg; Short-1
hand.      Telegraphy   and   Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses. ;
THE BEST of courses,   the   BEST  of
teachers   (eight)   and   the    BEST  of
salaries.
R. J. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. Kith Street
New Westminster, B. C.
MAKING
PROGRESS
On modern lines even in backward old
China. We have heard that the Racy-
cle Bicycle has been seen on the streets
of Shanghai. We handle the Racycle
and Perfect Bicycles, the two best
bicycles made in Canada or the United
States, Whatever wheel you buy here
it is value for your money, We also do
all kinds of bicycle and other repairing.
Bring your lawn mower to get sharpened and put in shape. Don't mistake
the place.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.       Sign���Man on Wheel.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wettmlmter, B.C.
All kinds of Ship repair,
work.
Ship and Scow   Building:
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C
WM.KARRMANN
Practical Piano Tuner
Prices Moderate
ADDRESS   EAST    BURNABY    P.   O.
mrs. r. g. Hill,
Teacher of the Gorman
Language   and   Piano.
German  Conservatory Method.
1(105 QUEEN'S AVENUE.
' ���
Easter
Novelties
Suitable for Easter Tide.
Old Hens and Chicks, Candy
Eggs, Baskets, Etc.
Complete Line of Candies and
Confections.
Fruits, Nuts, Figs and Dates.
Ice Cream, all Flavors, Our
Specialty,
We are Also Carrying a Complete Stock of
Ramsay Bros., Biscuits
R.C.PURDY
Columbia Street
Next Door Tram Office.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
-VIA THE-
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous) Oriental Limited
IFor detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
G.N.R. VICE-PRESIDENT
ON INSPECTION TOUR
Lou,s W.  H.ll Talks About Plans for
Extensions of Railway in
West.
'     '-"ii-   W.    Hill,
B a Campbell, traffic
' : E B ,ne, general
'���   "f the Greal   North-
"'"' ���i;'   la Sea tie oa an ins ition
" ' �� ike then, to Portland
and """ ���"���""^ Eastern Washington,
A ""'"':; :'"'. Louis Hill win femm
wi"' ': '��� ��� '���'��� of Oreal Northern
"nl,'i:" "" �� tour that will probably,
'- toUowe<J bj the announcement o��
"""'�� new work. Presldenl James J.
"'" '        "      ipanj thai party.
"''""    '     "    E      i in will
'":'i" ... ed route
"r "'" Gl n extenalon trom
"'���'������' ���'''��� north to lhe Canadian
boundary, where j, will ,������������,, wi,u
"      v '''!    ���   Vm    "     .'-    Eastern.
T'"'  ':: '  "' Mr.
"'"    ! ' '     We ol the river to
be followed I..  the ||ne,
"" '��� ' that we wlll build
""'" : ����� Wenatchee." sal l Mr.
"il; ";: Vfi nr. awaiting the final
Barvi n   n     on the
,""'1' i   : which the line would
pass. I want to I now wher the road
would run and will make a trip over
the ro .-���        I go East,
"The Great Northern's line
Wstern Canada, the press reports announced a few weeks ago, will be
built. We will rush work on the
Vicinria, Vancouver �� Eastern, a link-
in this system as rapidly as possible.
"I am nol going to take up on ihis
trip, the question of any looal Improvements. Those matters will come up in
detail when we return a month later.
1 have i n over the terminals here
and have found the work on our Improvements progressing satisfactorily."
Gene; rl Passenger Agenl Cal E.
Sum... who Is will, the party, said
today that the northern lines will not
put the colonlsl rates Into effeel asaln
until fall. Ther, was an effort made
after the close bl tlu, colonist move-
men, to continue tbe rates during the
summer, to handle the big westward
movement o! persons intending tn settle here. This sfforl to continue the
rales has been abandoned.
"I think th.. round trip rates In effect tor th.1 tourlsl travel and the
homeseekers' fares will handle the
crowds this summer," Bald Mr. Stone.
"The e���l..nisi rate was widely advertised and the colonists hav.. been
card for. If there is a movemena of
railroad laborers Tor work in the
Northwest arrangements will he made
to care for this travel when it is n.-c-
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINK ANU U1NG1NE
WU UK-
SHIP SMITHING, bKlUUW and
STRUCTURAL IKON     WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Wont,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire hjscapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGB1K BTHHUiri'.
New Westminster. f. U. 474.
Wedding
Presents
Royal City Pish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We deliver to all parts of th. City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
English China
Tea Sets from
$6.50 up
-AT-
H. MOREY & CO.
NOTICE
Take notice that Iho Great West
Packing Company Limited have deposited plans nnd application for the
erection of a wharf on the Fraser
River, llilllsh Columbia, on tbe foreshore of Section 12 and Fractional
Section 13, Block 3, North Range T,
West.
Dated at New Westminster, B. C,
(his 15th March, 1906.
QRIAT    WMT    PACKING    COM-
PANY LIMITED.
'Phone lOI
ReichenbachCompany
Limited
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
BOOMING CHILLIWACK.
Vancouver has an Hundred Thousand cluh Kamloops a Twenty Thousand
cluh, ,,,,.1 some enterprising citizen
has suggested that Chilliwack have a
Similar organization, say a Ten Thousand cluh, says the Chilliwack Progress.
The idea is a good one, and to
those who may ������t be familiar with
the duties and aims of such an association an.l to .very resident of
Ohllliwack who has the welfare of the
valley at heart, a brief outline, .incomplete though it is, may be of interesl.
Primarily the object ls to increase
the population of our district. It is a
recognized fact that Chilliwack can
Well support, many more people. Residents will, large holdings are only
too willing to divide their properties
up Into smaller farms, provided they
.can sell such portions at a reasonably
fair figure and al the same time en-
hance the value ���f the remaining
land. Ileal estate tiniis have spent,
and are each year spending, large
S sums of money Ini advertisng these
very properties; why then cannot each
and every one Of our people assist
i In this effort? lt can be done antl is
being done in other places hy the
organizations above referred to.
Von   have  n   friend   In  the    home
province   to   whom   a   description   of
our   valley,  with   its  many   home-providing advantages, would be interest-
��� Ing; you might write that friend and
t.-11   hlm  just  whal   you  have  found
the  place  to he.    Your  neighbor  has
a friend whom he might  interest, or
! sonic citizen has an Idea which If put
\ inlo  effect   would   result  beneficially
j to the entire community, but because
I he could find no other place to  air
i his  views  but  the  street  corner   no
good results wore brought about.
Then,  Chilliwack  wants Industries,
wants transportation facilities, wants
r a   hundred  and  one  things that  are
dally   felt  by   some   member  of  the
\ community, but because there ls no
j organization to which such wants may
' be made known nor by which better
conditions   may   be   pressed  for,   we
' drift along and complain of our luck
in   becoming    anchored     In   s��cli   ��
i place.
REICHENBACH CO.|Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Hotel Deetroye-.
Omemee, Ont., April 19.���The Brad-
Jl burn bouse was discovered to be on
��� flre lhis morning a few minutes after
I 4 o'clock. The flre had made such
headway that the building and contents were totally destroyed. The loss
Is about 16,000, covered by Insurance.
n
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n
&
THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY.
?*?�����*=
SOMETHING TASTY
 TO ENTICE THE APPETITE	
Today's   Market   Report
MOTHER WINS FAVOR
OF GODDESS OF FAME
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh Lettuce, nice big head?. 5c per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.    $1.00 per sack.
T. S. ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. O. VV. Gilchrist, M��r.
A hog weighing  4'."    pounds    was
���   on th-   markel   by  P. Hums
, inj  of Vancouver and els.
Tbe big f, '   fine
linen of Its kind and was -
-   mlghl   ���
Unique Entertainment in St. Patrick's
Hall  Pleases a  Lurgs Audience.
X<<<<*~<*>~*~*~<<*^^
he had tomal ��� -  cabbage, cauliflower and celery. '
T. Davis of Burns        id hli
magnificent display ol carnations and
i:,   pots   b,
in  boxes, pansies, ci bbage and caull-
C. Hogg "i  Westham Is! ad. The  Bowers.
in fa,   thi whole     ���'- Mulrhead, of B, "��� h-ul
a fi      .;������.��� of ro       In  I    nts h,
' had lr.'..:...-.   earn.
���������������  ��"��   ,  . ...... In,   ol   P     Ick's  ball. Those who were prlv
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on by
in   St.
I Fire Insurance.
numerous   and
��� :.   ii.
slum, astei -. pansl,
des, i-.iiit.a_. ������'" plan' '��� ���   unanli
New Ready to Wear
HATS
.1 . ��� arrived by parcel post, new creations in ladles rt ad) ���
NEW BELTS
mi assortment of Ladies' Belts in the season's popular    I
binations of gold and silk.   See them Sal it
Ask for the Reynier when looking for your New Kid Gloves.
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i
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B We have bean appointed agents fo the Union  Assurance   S     ety
M ''f London, England, which has tie��-n carrying on fire   msuTinee busir.
Life  InSUranCe.   g foi the usual bargains.  ann  lettuce,  In pots, i iii
late in arlv-  nlas,    pelargoniums,       llotrope    an'!
IW. S. COLLISTER is CO.:
since 1714 A. D... snd  which   ha-s  a capital and accumulated   funds  of B
$_0;000.i��*,. U
The National Life Assurance Oi  of Canada, aa iranee record: S
Dec. 31st, 1899 <r, months, __wiranoe in fore- $60,400.   Prem. $22,9 4.60 ;��!
1900 Assurance in force  ��.792,500.           IVewluins $ 62,606.96 X
IMS          ������           ������        ' 2,564,904.                  "          92,029.80 >J
19QC          "          "           B.425 ��7.                  "        126,686.21 >;
IM            4,086,112.                  "        150,644 68 ,���,
L9CM          "          "           ��,609,764.                  "          "   **-20 >J
I
ferns.
C. Coombs of the s oti ros I, in'! a
supply of cabbage i     '- tor sale In
;*: to��loan McQUARRIE & CO.,  'Ind extractors   :
�� 186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C. I
The Transf, r was away
Ing  in   port  this  morning an'l  threw
the down river contingent of buyers
.... somewhat latei than usual   .���l(li,lo- t0 polyanth,     primroi
Thej all buc, L< ������' how-  pansies In boxes, he    w ottered cal
ever an! wen "0 tho jump" as   bags  and  s'rawb.rr;.   plants,
one ladj  ��� -pressed It, during thi  ��� _���
tire  morning.
\t,.i- forty cases ..;' egga changed
hands this morning, the Vancouver buy-
Pioneer  Passes Away.
death occurred al   the
In pronouncing It a ti: I  i enter
nd among the best ��� ver gtv-
. n bj amateurs in this city.
The Bl ige was Btrikingl)  decorated
. |ulppe i with .. raised platform
competitors roi  the crown of
ii..   throne and   can..;..',   were
! iii white. The Goddess ol Pa	
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$���������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
CANADIAN SYMPATHY
FOR 'FRISCO PEOPLE
Dominion Assistance.
Ottawa, April 20.���Th,
. - erdaj  was  ihoi t, owl  -
...     [ Prln,
. iir.
I wo
ter it it 4s i
IB,
''���"'������
Mrs.
Th.- death occurred   I   u��<    Ro al *���� '<"  wnaA central tig',:- and sal
Jubilee hospital, v., on Tu laj In state to listen to the pleas ol thos,
evening of George Vleth   on,   ol the who had claims  to advance as to wh)
.un  up ti...:'.    all  the hen   pioneers of Caril  deceased had ,,���., vll,,ul,i t���. awarded the crown ol
frui. in sight. J. Rice of Bon Accord was been confined to the hospital for son,'- ^   ^           iTii, Ui(.lr (.hi,.n   ,_
,   ,                          .   ,,,��� time  Buffering  from  Brtght's  dls,    i
������  _��.���  ���,h  butter, eggs  ..,..1  pot* (.oluR ,���,��� Ihi. ,,,,���,���   1IgtT,ct in earlj ����7. other. In song. Ths applicants
' -  The latter he w��     oldlng al $16 Unw ^ ^^ ^ _ , [Q . ^^ applled {tom very varled motives .,,,.1
per  ton.   A.  C   I. ���"���'     '    of Clover- ,.xt,.n, [n ti,e neighborhood of Keith- the God         wore  upon  her  brow  a
dale and Jno. Keary    of    Kensington ley Creek. look  of  profound   meditation   as  the
Prairies were on the marl            ads About 1876 he esta   Ished   the 150- va|.ji|ns (.���mil���UUirs   .���,,,...���,.,   ,���,,,,....
wiih their wasaons loaded with good Mile   house,    whieh  be  continued  to
""" ,mlr WBse��UB                      <~ , her, made their claim and passed on
i spuds, a considerable quantity conduct up to 1891, when he sold out
.,,,,.���  Ih,.v                               ttg. and established a ,������   lantil,  business There were w  contestants and  Miss
���       ���;    Qregor of Mount Uhman at Quesnel    Porks,         il    Keithley! Millichamp. professor of Modern Lan-
I  ,:. addition creek, in partnershl i with It. Borland. WW    f the Columl I n
to butter and eggs was offering evap- This   business   he  c,              to  con
ipplM ,,. -          .   ,,;ring. duel up to the tin,,             going Into ed marl
M,.    j            ���   Bon   Record, offered <h" hospital  a*  Victoria
Headquarters
for Sweets
Ice Cream and G.  B.   Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candies, Pruit &
CIGARS
24 acres, 7 acres Ln
thorough cultivation.
100 fruit trees, 1 1-2
acres strawberries,
small fruit and rhubarb. Good house,
pump in house, woodshed, 2 chicken houses
and barn. Close to
school, church, etc.
Price Only $2,400
10,   20  or  50 acre
blocks of the best
i,lack loam in British
Columbia. R< ady for
plough.
Only $50.00 Per Acre.
A Number One
8 Roomed House
For Rent
At $15.00
This house is not fin-
sale.
��� l   in
Isco.     II   ': could
,tla! contribute ������ "r in kind, '   '
believe ll  would
C inada."
Sir Will       I. "ed:    "The
- on   wi:h  every-
bas ..
���',���'���
has  befallen  the      irgi   clt
.... of th,   line,
bul wi      ��� ���  no  coi   Id,  ed th,
��� v for makh.:    I     i    itrlbution for
the . r-
tent ,       e , ' I        I
or  nol   the    re-
t nation
: os, ."
Rossland  Sympathy.
��� of Goddess and display-
The    .
��� all picl uresquely and appropriate-
Mrs. Vieth died no      time ago, and ' '��� in keeping with the charac-
i  addition  a  family of  three  survlv,   'hem���two
A i larlon bugle call announced the
, produ,       B         ftv Irangeaa  sons and a daughter. i   ildren are
' [n bun,                 .     radighes  residing ln Halifax, v, they are at- '���'���:���.     ol  i   ch  i ,1       int, and  Mas.
tending school. A br her of the de t,             ne, Adams and Wesley, each
res ln Carlb elng emploj ������    ed in militia uniforms,  alternatelj
- ice.
Mrs.  Crawford  of   East
, la   ed  in  the  Cariboo  hydraulic  mines,  saluted and announced the names and
>0c per operated b:   Mr. .1. B, H
_ Q
Mrs. Taylor of 1.     . William  Jenkins Dead.
eggs, cieam and honey. Mrs. Keegan      The death occurred   ��� itei lay at his
.,;  Woodwards,    Miss  V of nee   236 Campb      ivenue, Van
Ladner ani Mrs. Reid of Ladner had  couver, of  William  t iged  57
isual cfcolc, - r butter and deceased ��������� I ��������� years
etor of the Queei     bote! on Wa-
A large number ol ro iffer-  ter street, bul In 1896 wenl to Ross-
e-i  by T.  Helmius of  Sunbury    w,      |  ��� i. r,   returned to the city in 1903 j
itly    purchased '���   ac, and had resided her-   ever since. He
res a wife nnd on.   son, Mr. J. -L-n-
kins . to mourn his Ins-.
M   froi    of V��n-
eouv, r.  and  went  bach  I
Ri    land,   B. C, A S '���!��� �����
i Sco
-
a   crow,
.
Give us a call in our
r,e\v office. We can
interest you.
278  Columbia   Street.
A Noted Lecturer.
Proi can lei   who
.   ii ���
j well        foi ��� il  li  ..
P. Burns and company .  ...        be has 1
es at V ncouv,
market aboui  50 i ���   k ol bim as a
The us ifessl ... i an en-
len wit! th, Bn,
ite l that city. In heart
ms      D. M. R - ind rl laughtei   follow
... ao close u] on  i        ol b, i     thai    th,
��� ���  surroun . Omaha Bee coram, n Ing said: "W
quantity  ol  shrubs and   ;\  ,,���>��� dollar show to li a aud-
tree    which  had  been  previously  or-  (ence better than  Prof. Alexander."
He will lecture again Sa,unlay even-
The Br ���   much in evidence  ing and on Sunday at 3 p. m. a
and their displays were exceptionally v.r, ,,. ,,,. to men only. The lectures
choice although the variety of cut crowded the City hall in Vancouver
' vers was nol so greal as th, iome ind were said to be the llnesl beard in
times offer. thai city along the lines of social pur-
H.  Tidy the T, nth   streel  nursery-  j...- and heredity.
man offered in pots primulas, aspara-  (>	
���Ti-. ferns, dracenas, maiden hair
ferns, and inch plant. In the line of annuals they hud phlox, verbenas, carnations. ast..rs, petunias, lobelia, pan-
nd zinnias. They also offered for
Bale dahlia rools, and tomato and
cabbage plants
Winnipeg   Heard  From.
Winn '. ... 19. -A   lai gely at-
ended i nd ��� nthusl isi le    m, ��� ting    a
Loyal  Phoi ... No. 1, A. 0. V.
McINNES&KERR
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone    170.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Is This What
You Want?
?, Lots all cleared; Chicken House
and run; <i roomed dwellinc, with
bathroom, pantry and washroom.
On car line.
$1250.00
K. I. WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone Ho.
��� .Triii-. The   epi       pn ��� nl
ed        ��� he vai lous officers were of   a
n,o- ture.    Owing
the lame number of Workmen resid
ing In San Francisco, a number of
wliom  ii��� doubtless suffering as a re
��� sul, lay's  calamit].  the  to!
lowing ition    was    unanimously
eai: led on motion ol  E. W. Lot . sec-
' . II. Uuilrl:
"Resolved thai Loyal Phoenix Lodge
x... i, of Winnipeg, Canada,  of   the
Lo lictlon i     -i mltoba, Bas-
i wan and Albi rta, A, 0, U. W���
Fair and Warmer Prospects.
Victoria, April T'��� As the barometer
i.. high over Northern British Columbia and low along the American coast
the weather is likely to be fair and   was sweetly sung by a chorus ���r li,.
warmer. Showers have occurred on th.-   tie Kirls,  robed  in  white,  whn enclr-
ui'l  H. Stride  of  the Vancouver   Lower  Mainland   and   in   Cariboo  and   (led  and   showered  boquets Upon  her.
characters of those who appi \
Bpecial te iture was the Mlri  tn ol 0 '
1 ��� i ��� tame who c ime attended b)
six maids, all arrayed In white flowing
- and with tambourines and laurel wreaths extended in the aii
sang Bwfeetly and Impressively, "Sou
the  Loud  Timbrel,"  from   the  world
famous oratorio   Then a  -;������ cial plat-
te the ' lod
ni.l ber maids. Mrs.
!'���      S took upon    herself    the
character of Miriam and won well de
erved   ippl
The   robs   of   Que, n    l labe I
-    In  and  Queen   Ellzal eth  ol   Eng
ken by M E  M
g��   Pal M ���'��� Mc
^gj   Kane en ated a proi  ..n a
Helen magi Hi, ei    Gi
ibe
. Ined   ���
quainl    charai ters as B I I'Flan
Mrs. Nicholson
own  iniml in I  Zan
tippe the ,
���    ��� '-Irs. .1. Marshall.
Tabltta Prii  ated by
.Miss L. Davis and Joslah Allen's wife
by Miss Dean in a v, ry witty manm
Toby as played by C. Adams and Mi
\   t   Par Ington's    Ike  by    Miss  Killmore
fairly brought down the house.
The climax of thi entei alnmenl
came when the Goddess announced
thai ,li. Crown of Fame was to be
awarded to Mrs. vv. j, Blpprell, (the'
mother, Mrs. Sipprell, with her swee,
little ���', y.-ir old daughter Thelma and
Little Erin- Adams by her side took
the   part   ; ei tectly.
During the crowning the chorus
"Long  Live the    Beauteous    Queen"
THE W0ND.R Of THE AGE
Do  your , wn  Silver  Plating at
home    a    wonderful    preparation
made by Meyer & Allen  of  New
York        :    '  :       :       ���       ���      ���
50 Cents a Bottle
R. C. Purdy,
Sole Agent.  Columbia Street
POVERTY SOCIAL
___t fe^ai-H*-
TV
mi ���
! _*
\1
il li
Screen Doors
 AND	
Screen Windows
Thi ���  is  the  sea ion  to
your doors an.l ������ I d
tected fp.m flies.   0 ���
Is coi .     e and well i
ANDERSON & LUSBY
UNDER  1 1! 1:  M .-l'l.
LECTURES
Epworth  League
-Thursday Evening, April 26
School Room of Queen's Avenue
Methodist Church
Admission   to  Bullcliny
15c Including Luncheon Friday, April 20th
St. Patrick's Hall
[-very   Night'Bt'HinniiiK
....CALL ON....
r.A,Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster,  - - - B. C.
PROF. W. G. ALEXANDER
OfF Co., ofl
who is everywhi  i
not only the Bbl, ��� I
PHRENOLOGIST
n America, but one ol
il, lectur
ON HUMAN NATURE
ADMISSION:   FIRST NIGHT FREE
Collection Taken.
Public examinations on thi
l'..ur or more   ladies or  gentle,
lected by the audience, at th,
each lecture.
Friday  -Human Nature.
Saturday   Success in Life.
Sunday- Plain Talk to Mei '
p.m, and 8 p.m.
Don't miss his greatest  leel in
Love, fjourtahip, Marriage and Jea
road,  had   carnations  and   roses  cut,  fair and    moderately    warm weather
and also in pots roses. In the eatable   continues  in   the  Prairie   provinces,
line they had rhubarb and lettuce, and      Forecasts tor :i6 hours en.linf! B p.
dee lores thi Isaster thai   honey in boxes. W. Whiting of Bur-  m. Saturday on the Lower Mainland:
bci        i to tlie Cll    ol San Francisco naby ottered spring onions In addition  Northerly and easterly winds, general
tenders iis ,��� 0ther lines af Bpring vegetables. In  1;   fair and warmer.
Hocer, ,,,,,,,,' ___________________________________________________________________________
brother Woi km, n ol the \. 0. r. W.
who may have suffered by this greal
calamit.. and If financial assistance
should b, " i iir, d, thla Loyal Lodgel
will do in duty in thai regard, and
further, thai the R, ti.'.. ' ol ,',. M. W���
R. C. Irving and Master Workman
Charles McCallum, be a committee to
convey thla resolution to the Grand
Recorder of the Grand Loin., of California, and thai a copy of said resolution be sent to the A. O, r. W. "Bul
le'in" and the local   papers."
Winnipeg Lodge, No. 1, Knighis   of
Pythias,    tonighl     rave  tangible  expression of Bympathj  with the affile,-
led brethren In San Francisco hy booking $500 for their assistance.
The Manitoba teachers in convention today, adopted a resolution of
sympathy wi,h sufferers in ,)���. Call-
Do These Interest You
foinia calamity and the secretary was
10-acre   ntrin at ,,,,!,., ,.,i ,n transmit u to the super.
Rich    SOU,   Intendenl of education of thai state.
$2500
���buys  a
Hall's  Prairie
good   stream of water ; on ���0���
the proposed  route   of  the,       Workintj Hours Reduced
Seattle - Vancouver  electric    Rea_)ng,  Pa���   Aprn   2o.-Notices
railway and 3-4 mile fromG. have beep posted In the Reading Rail-
N. R. ' 1-2 mile from pOStl way shops announcing a reduction of
office   church and School.    12   the working hours from 55 to 36 hours
acres'under cultivation ; 1-2 " �����*��� 'n'" r-dncHon is attributed to
 .,��� .  or\f\  v-Vin    the shut down in  ihe anthracite re-
acre in asparagus ; b00< rhu-
barb plants and quantities of       '    	
small fruit.   New two-storey
i ���   U��������    cV,/i/-lc    Q+n French  Cruiser  Passes.
house, barn, sheds, etc. (,l|1(. ,,,.���,,,   Va.,   April  io.  The
French  fleet  consisting of three emirs passed around the cape this morning   for .Annapolis.
GOOD CLIMATE
GOOD SOIL
GOOD WATER
GOOD CROPS
GOOD LAWS
GOOD HEALTH
Mrs. A. J. Brace acted as accompanist for the evening and displayed her
talenl bj Introducing each competitor
with an appropriate musical selection.
Rev, A. .1. Brace acted as chairman,
and al the close expressed his appre
elation of the action of I. H. Todd, In
loaning a splendid Dominion piano for
the occa Ion and W. K. Fales fins':,ne furnishings. Thanks were also
tendered ll. Tidy for floral decorations
and all who bad taken par, In the pro-
gramme.
The ladles of the Wesl Emd church
were ably assisted by ladles from the
On,-.ns Avenue church and the Columbian college. Miss k. McCrossan of
Vancouver also rendered valuable as-,
Bistance, and assumed the character
of Melba inimitably. Her s-olo won e
well deserved encore. As Madame
Pattl, Miss Daulphlnee also Bang superbly and the audience was not slow
to express  its appreciation.
The entertainment lasted aboul two
hours and there were no waits or delays  to  mar  its effectiveness.
Boilers and Pumps.
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New  Westminster,   Vancouver  or   Chilliwack   will give
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of good land in the fertile fraser  Vflley
where just these conditions prevail
"Canada" Heaters and Separators j
,'.., hrane   Patents. ]
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Hanaro Patent
"Canada" Water Tube Boilers    j
"Canada" Steam Pumps
Full Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland   :   :
St.  Barnabas Vestry  Meeting.
A well attended vestry meeting was
held in Bt. Barnaba's hall last ninhi.
The financial Btanding of tfce church
was found  to  In- in  an  excellent   con
dltlon, ami there was no debt on the
church  building.   There was    still    a
sun,11 del,I upon the rectory.   The fol-
lowing officers were elected lor the en
siiIiik year,   chuni, wardens, Messrs.
('hue  and   Fletcher;   rector's  warden,!
s. A. Fletcher; people's warden, j, rj.
Clute; sidesmen, S. G, Tidy, .1. Sharp...
K. 11. Mill. O, K. Corbould. .Nelson and
Gordon. After tho business of the evening had been transacted, the ladies
Of the Congregation served refresh
menta   and   I,   social   hour   was   Spent,
CANADA FOUNDRY CO., LTD.
Address:;527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver,
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| Electric Railway Service |
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver ami way
stnl ions at :..:iii and H.bU n.m,.
and every hour thereafter between 8 n.iii. and ti p.m.
Mall hour cars  Iron,   12m.  to  7
p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster at same hours.
Last car Saturday at 11 p.m.
City Limits Line���service irom
li.'M a.m. to l���.*��� p.in.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
Uelween 12 and _ nnd li and 7.
������"- "   ur"��..rt_
transfer t
30   Minute
inalnder ol day.
i,e,,poi,i Place.
half-hourly l""
and i" i'- '"'
Sunday   Service
(ween   8   a.  m
City and Sapperton'
,__ib Minute B��
Sapperton Line
vice, except
2, and f> nnd
mt'.   ""'i'1   '""'"^'Jwlilrh
during
service   wl
hours    the
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   *M*�����
tween a a.m. and i" i'nl
be
iv be-
ii British Columbia Electric Ry. Co"^
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