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VOLUME 1. NUMBER 7,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MARCH 12, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK.
Coal Miners Say Big Strike Will Occur Before April 1
LOGAN ARRIVES !
AND TALKS ABOUT
LIVE STOCK SALE
Says Increase of the Dominion Government Grant and a
Number of Special Contributions Means a
Considerable Addition to the
Prize Lists.
MINE  OWNERS   DEFY  WORKERS INDlc^ZniiRL,
1HAI HOUSE WILL
rw     x  n   m      i>  a. *     i.  I*.*   w      g i PROROGUE TODAY
Refuse to Consider a Readjustment of the Wage  Scale
And Take Firm Stand for the Open Shop���Decision Mr. MacDonaid Mov�� a Resolution 0f censure on the
Causes  Surprise in the Union Camp-Railway  Company Stores Up Coal for Emergency.
Government   and   Straight   Party   Vote
Again Endorses the Kaien
Island Deal.
here that the Anthracite coal companies will not grant a single demand
of the United Mine Workers, is received with surprise and disappointment,
Many   of   the   miners   declared   that
F. M. Logan, 11. S. A, department of Many requests have been  received
agriculture, Victoria,  arrived   In  town fr(,ni  buyers as regards the stock  en-
,    ...    ,,  . , tered for sale, and prices may be ex-
today und Is registered .at the (.iiichon '                '
pected to be good.    There are already
llote1' over sixty entries for tbe auction sale,
Mr. Logan is here   in   connection ;nd M th,. time for receiving entries
With the spring stallion show and flrsl has been extended to March 17, many
annual British Columbia sab' of the more may be expected.
Pure  Bred  Live Slock  association, of Among  the  contributors  up  to   the
which   he   Is   tbe   secretary-treasurer, present are W. IT. Ladner and  II.  M.
and which will be held at New West- Vasey, of Ladners; C. Moses, of North
minster on  March  21  and  22. Saaniciv;  G. H. Haalwen, of Duncans;
He says that owing to the Dominion T.  w.  Patterson,  of Victoria;   s.  H.
government's  grunt   being  increased. Shannon, of Cloverdale; .loseph Tarn-
and  total  contributions among  which boline,  of  Wesihiuii     Island;     A.     C.
may be meutiinied I'. Hums & Co., of Wells ut Son, of Chllllwack; .1. Thump-
Vancouver, for $a(i. the prize list  will sun and Horatio Webb, of Sanlls, and   on the Catawlsss division.
Shamokln,    Pa.,    March    12.���News [at   the   tri-dlatrlct   convention   to
held before April I.
New York, March 12.���The propositions Of the I'nited Mine Worker! of
America for B readjustment ul thi'
wages and conditions in the anthracite coal fields as a whole, have been
denied by the committee representing
they
lliev
receive  concessions.
be. considerably added to.
.1    Nl.   Steves,  nl'  Slevestou.
quit  work on April  I, unless  th anthracite operators.    As a counter
proposition,    the   operators    Buggest
thai the awards made by the anthra-
Company   Prepares. (.!le   (.,,;il   striiie   commission   on   the
Mahoney City, Ha_ March 12.���The principle upon which they were estub-
Philadelphia and Heading Coal and lished by the commission, and the matron  company  is  storing  soft  coal  at   thods  established     for    carrying   out
Bast Mahoney Juaotion for Its engines their findings and  awards,  shall  be
continued for a further term of three
years from the 1st of April, 190G.
bo ground    that    anthracite    operators
stand   for   the   open   shop,   and   again ���
decline   tn   make   an   agreement   With
lhe United Mine Workers of America,
The proposition that a uniform scalr
of wages be established In the anthracite fields is  met   by  the operators
with the reply that this would be im
practicable by reason of the varying
capacities of the workmen, and the
various conditions existing In the re
glnn  and  at   the collieries.
Have   Enough   Boards.
Vieloria.    March     12,    3.30   p.   in.
The   Indications   polni   to   the   legists.
Hire getting through With the business
of the sessinn tonight
There is noi much business remaining, und unless something unforeseen
occurs, prorogation should take place
tonight
Upon assembling today. Mr. Mac
donald moved the following resolution: This house declares that the
order-in-council granting 10,000 acres
on   Kaien   Island   Is  not   in   the  public
shelter behind the female
referred to,
Mrs.  Anderson
The resolution was del
���ati',1 by a
party  vote.
Mr.  Henderson lias innv
'il a  lesollt-
tlon against  the governm
���in   lor  not
taxing the lands of the C
P    It . held
under the B. C, Southern
grant. This
Is now under discussion,
The   operators   decline   In   agree   tn   Interest"
any  change  in  the  board  of concilia-      In   support   of   the   resolution,   Mr.
tlon   as established   by  the anthracite Macdoniilil   urged     thai   the     govern-
coal   strike  commission     taking    1110,1110111   had   not   answered   the  charges
Hot  Time on  Pianos.
Kastoti. Pa., March 12, The piano
ami organ factory of Ulehr fi Co.,
was destroyed by Bra last night  Two
dwellings   were  alsn  destroyed,     Tho
DEITCIW ARRESTS        JAM IMS CARE
MAN WITH REVOLVER        OF THREE PILGRIMS
Loral coal dealers say they have
more orders tea delivery by April 1
than they can nil.
Unless the operators grant an eight-
hour day and other demands, promt*
nent   members   of   the   miners'   union
ground   that  the  system  proposed  by  in the minority report, but  had taken'loss Is estimated al  $76,000.
The   present   agreement   terminates  the  miners would  simply  involve the
March ;(1  of thlH year. creation of a series of minor boards.
For  Open  Shop. whose decisions  might  he conflicting,
Tbe demand of the miners Ihat the
operators  enter Into    an     agreement
here say that a strike will be declared  Willi   the   union   is   declined,   on   the
and   from   which   appeals  would   have
to be taken    to an arbitrator, thereby
creating more delays than now exist.
Cigarnwifcer     From      Blaine,
Creates .Some   Trouble
City   Hotels.
Wash,,  Nkcn j>n ihe rTrarpp Are Given Shelter
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND      MISFORTUNE VISITS
BECOMES THE OWNER        THE T1MMS FAMILY
C   npletes   Deal    Which    Promises   to   Wife  Falls  III  and Husband Is Victim
In
,the   City
Up.
Lock-
SNOW    PROMISED.
John B    liein,   a   clgarmaker   ��*/
Riatue, Wash., was arrested Saturday
afternoon by Detective Bradshasi
< haige.d with carrying concealed weapons He *as released on a uuih bail
of S.J'11, which he forfeited by non-ap-
���leutiuiue before Magistrate Corbuulil
1tiln   iin th no
It "was reported that a man was
���seating mote or less trpuble about
bt hotels ot the city, and ujion banc
ligation by Detective Bradshaw, the
man was found to have in his possee-
liitni a decidt'dly wicked forty-frim
The man was drinking and cunwisdng,
and showed every evidence of being
on n protracted spree, and Iot a-alery
and the welfare of the citizens In general, it was thought advisable to take
lrim in.
Tlein    stated    that    he    wnrkf-d    in
duller   Meliuios     had     three   guests
.Unm Everett <witb him over nlghl. Unman   claiming  that   they  were   broke,
but  'in  theli  way  to  work  In one of
the mills in Vancouver when overtaken  by  night .m  tho  city.     They  first
applied   for -lilu'lter  at   the  prorincial
Jail, but  wen   referred to the dry po-1
lice,   whereujsan   they   culled   osi   Mr.
.Midlines,  who   gheltered    them     over,
night,   and   allowed   Iheni   lo  fvi   this'
.manning.
The men sieve their names *��- Geo
and William BHtton, and Thou. M.ur-
���phy, the fort*!' two claiming to be
brothers, and the latter 11 partem of
thi'irs. QeorsJQ Brltton gave Lis ago
a.s 32, and William stated that lie -was
but 15, while Murphy claimed'his age
as 16,   The younger Brltton ami Mur
phy are cert anil v young to be, on the
��� TO..     Ion     l.o'o'l.'   'Ini   II   v.��a.���l   ,'i,:e .r���.1(]|   ,,���,    the,   ar(,   Wg   gtr0Bg   ,JoySfJ
and apparently well able tn lahl   cure [
a Change, which ho undoubtedly received, although not In the way in
Which be aiitnipai. ' The weapon is
still an the possession ol ' hief off fo-
lice Jttdrntosh.
Intends   to   Make   Trouble.
iflulirifl, MitiCii 12.���Slgnor TiTItui-
���nivu, ai former minister of naartne,
���ays he intends to publicly denounce
in parliament <ihe action of Bhvnor
M'eirter.' QBios rn making a sec-net
treaty -.With France, whereby Spain as
��isted Prance in the question of the
Mwroocun hunk awd the police of M��<m
ocoo.
Th* Btplomats here consider tbat
ih��- exdbuuge of Views between King
Edward and King Alfonso foreshadows a general Anglo-Spanish alliance. I"
of themselves, -allhough guttering from
a temporary streak of had luck.
Murphy   claimed   that   he  -went   to
'Everett to attend the funenii nf a
Sister who died in that city recently,
and that the trip consumed all his
spare cash. All'throe of tho men, al-
tliough poorly t-lad, were eleim nnd
neat, and told a straight and well-
connected story, ��o that Jailer "Mcln-
nes, -seeing nothing  suspicions about
khem, allowed them to go, wlthwtt further question.
'Oi'orge Brltton wave his occupation
las  ttiat of a logRcr,  William  Wit ton
1 stated that he wat, ''greaser" and Murphy claimed his occupation as tl/ift of
a wiit-er.
PMIT GETS IN ONE SHOOTS HERSELF
TO SEE THE POPE       ANOTHER TAKES fiKS
His Holiness  Exchanges Compliments  Actresses   Become  Trred   of  Life   anrd
With tht Famous lAmerican *tttempt   to  Ifcommit
Financier. Suicidt
Home,   Matcifc   12.���The   pope  recelv       _.     ���    .     ,,, ,.      ,    ,���     ���
,   , , St.   Paid,   Minn..   March   IS.���Katie;
ed today, in private audi* nee, .1. Pier-
pout  Morgan, II   B.  HollUM, Mrs. llol-  Ranitnine md]  Hattlo Lorraine, aclrew-'
lins,   and   Miss   Ilollins,  ill   of  NewIges, are In the city hospital In a crlti
Victtt'au, March 12.���The
pressure remains high over the
northern part of the province,
and II the Northwest Territories, but a storm di considerable
Intensity has moved down the
American coast und Is passing
Inland to Nevada, causing snow-
��vll on the higher lands anu
niln In California. A moderati
northeasterly <wind has prevailed
on the Straits and iiilanii
rlirough   the il'aciflc  states.
Indications are for a rise 111
temperature, followed by snerv-
'filll   in   tiiis   southern   part oof
Uiitish Columbia.
Forecasts for 36 hours ending
E p. m.. Tuesday:
'.Victoria and vicinity���De-
.ofeaslng eeabarly winds, beoain-
ing warmer and unsettled. With
gmw tonight or Tuesday.
Lower  Mainland���DecreaaUng
(easterly wind-s, becoming wtrun-
er and 'Unsettled with snow to-
iiiKtit or TaSBSday,
Semperat ores at 5 a. m. tin
Qay   were:
"Victoria, 20; Now Westmlnsti-r,
U-
CUIUS WINDS BLOW
M STATHF OREGON
Snow   ant!   Sleet   Storm   Blocka  fftail-
��,iy   Navigation   In   Southeastern   Washington.
Porffauid. (0re���   March   12.���Ke-jmrts
to the OtnBgmtian from all parts of tttte
Pacific imnShwest   InBlcati
district   la   in    the   tiroes
!| Vancouver    Men    Find
lane to   Pay-
Toll.
DRIVE FURIOUSLY
MOSS THE
AGREE   ON   MOROCCO.
No
���w
Algerlcas, March 12, tl p, m.
���The French delegates declare
llwy will not accept the foreign
control of the Franco-Spanish
police for Morocco,
The Germans are firm.
This makes a momentary
deadlock upon details, bnt a
solution Is considered assured,
as the parties are agreed  Upon
the main principle Involved.
SOW* Make  Cariboo   Busy  This
Summer.
According   In   the   Ashctnft   Journal
of Saturday   final    arrangements between the Consolidated   Cariboo lly-
POLICE SET ON THEIR TRAIL
Reckless tines Are Ordered to Return
and   Make Appearance  In
Court.
James Atkinson and Angus McAllister, tmioi well known Vancouver citizens, wene guilty of furious and rock-
less driving across the New Westminster bridge.about 9 o'clock last night,
and although Bridgetender Herb Hush-
Ion had 1110 difficulty In recognizing
lhe men Hie was unable to stop them.
The meat illso omitted the formality
of paybgp. toll so great was their
haste. Tiie case was reported tn (he
police aUmost immediately altar the
occurrence, but not before the men
had escaped.
St. Petersburg, March 12, 7:37
p. 111.���The lates.1 reports from
Algerlcas are to the effect that
an agreement on the question
of the Moroccan police is now
assured on the basis of the
Austrian   proposals.
������������������������ee��eee��ee>es������e����
of Accident Caused By
Wild Cat.
Sickness, excitement ami mishap
r.ll played a part In the fortunes of
V. It. Tlnims and wife who reside oil
the Hastings road near Burnaby laloi
draufic   company  and   Mr.  John   llu.Vs ' with the result thai while Mrs. TininiB
ll'urtui'und of New York were complet- j suffered   in   a Vancouver hospital Mr.
ed   on    February   2Mb,   whereby   Mr.  Tlnuvis  spent  all  last  week  with one
Hammond  became  the owner of tin
big  hydraulic  at   Bullion.    It   Is  pro
anil    his  head
Mr.
if  his  arms  useless,
bruised and sore.
Mrs. Tlnims fell III about a month
'���uned   Mr.  Hammond    will  have as- aajo inl,|  waa taken  10 a hospital'
jociated   with   him   the  Guggenheim I the Terminal City for treatment   Mi
nt,'tests,   which     are     closely     allied   Tlmnis   made   frequent     trips   in   Ills
i.v,  ...     L-,      1     1  nn     ��� _i��� buggv   to  see   his   wife.     A   week  ago
with   he standard Oil people, ,   7 v,    ,       , ,,     ,,     , , ,?,
1     ' last   Sunday   night   When   he  waa  10-
Ono hundred and sixty thousand turning linnie, happy In the knowledge
pounds of blasting powder Is being I,llll( his wife was alinnst well euougli
,  1, ,     ,   ,1 ,     ,,  ,    Hi be OUt again, he met with a serious
lelivered a   the mine. Most of which       1, ., ,       ,    ,   , ,   ,,��� ������,.,v
accident   in  which he was baillv tlsotf
-o-
FIRE DEPARTMENT
CALLED OUT TWICE
will   lie   used   in   Ihe   pit   bunk   blast;
the  balance nn  the construction  of
the new  witter ditch.
Other supplies will no doubt follow
noon. Although the Journal has no
authoritative information, it understands that Mr. Ilobsnn hopes to complete tho new canal In lime for a
I short run In the fall.
In any case whether this Is aecoin-i
pllshed   or  not,   Bullion     will   bo  the
busiest  spot  In Cariboo this summer.
The   Lightning Ci.vk  Gold  Gravels
ian.l Drainage oompiny has increased
ills  holdings  by   th*!   purchase  of  the
Dry   Leaves,  Sparks  and   High Wind  well   known  Bonanza  claim  adjoining
Cause Small  Blazes in jtlie Wangdam property down stream.
Che   City. This   addition   to   its   holdings   on
  j Lightning creek,  gives  It  one of the
....      ,,  .       .   , ,     , , 1 largest   of  the  deep  ground   proposl-
rhe   high   wJjids   yesterday   caused  ,.        ,   ,,   , ." .
lions  held  DJ   any  ol   ihe companies
Report     was    made    to    Provincial !the fl,e '>��'l>arUa��mit  a couple of runs, j ,n  rjwlboo.
Constat  Spain,    who    today BerveU which  gave  tbe.m   coiiBlfleralile   hard J    Manager Keast    is    reported to be
papers on'tii o men  for their appear-, work  for a timas.    Fortunately,  how! having good results with sinking the
ance In owurt on the morning of Wtefl- ever, the boys wane able to bundle the  working  shaft,
nesday,  MiitcIi   11. \
BrldgetenSer Rushton   stat-en   that
had tho.rf laeen anyone on  the  lirldgi
jut   Ihat   hour   last   night   tbat   there
flames,  which  they succeeded  In subduing  In  short oiuler.
The first call wus at 10:10 a. m. to
would  undoubtedly  have  been  n  soil-  the residence occupied bj  Frank Cam-
mis acciaetn   as  the  men were uliso- ernn, and owned bj  Mrs. Hughes, sit-
ualed   on     Seventh     streel,     between
lutely   ri^kloss,   driving     across     tip'
bridge at n lull gallop, and utterly Ig-
CHANGES HER NAME
AND GETS THE CP
up. As he was driving down a hill
on the Hastings road in the vicinity
or Burnaby lake a wild cat sprang
out  of  the    bushes    nl     his    horse,,
frightening it and causing a runaway)
Mr. Tlnims was thrown I'rotn Ids rig
and one ot the hind wheels nf tho
buggy passed over his head, lu tho
fall he also had his lefl wrist dislocated. The horse continued down the
hill al a rapid rate and finally brought,
up al the gale of the Tlnims residence with the buggy smashed In.
many jdaceR.
Mr. Tlmnis spent tho night fn
agony and did not have surgical attendance till the following day when
Ills wife, hearing of tbe accident nnd
believing It to be more serious than
II was suffered shock which caused
a  slight  relapse.
Mr. and Mrs. Tluinis returned to
their homo yesterday and both are
again almost as well as ever.
President  Dead.
Buenos Ayres, March 12.- Dr.  Manuel  Quintans, president  of the republic, died yesterday.
������ ��� 0	
CHAIJNCEH NERVES
PUT HIM IN HOSPITAL
Queens avenue
and Third street,
from
norlng his cwuunaiul tn slop.   The mini
were undonlnnrUly under the mSaanceIW*h  wlnd '���a'181"' "Palis
of  liquor,  il   Is  said,  else they would
have used  a1   least   some slight  judg-
The
the
thai   tUts men! in the matter of speed.
of   one rirf      "  'H Hal<l ,^"11 "K- r'K Wlm the pro-
York.
The audience occurred In rhe pope's
library and merely consisted of an ex-
chango of compliments, the [Wiitlff expressing his appreciation of line kindness of Mr. Morgan In visiting him
und recalling his visit of lust May.
The pope blessed some religions objects handed to him by Mrs. and Miss
ilollins.
cul condition The former Is suffer
ing from a undid wound itu the left
breast, and the latter Is guttering from
gas poisoning.
Both said they were disgusted with
the theatrical business, and it bi said,
planned to end their lives.
��.he worm  Ktionms evt-r experienced ti
March.     A  BiitKW.fall   Varying  from   fb
Murders His Daughter
In Punishment of Wife
Now  York,   March   12.���Emil   Fulil, midnight, he locked her In the same
a  German   waiter,  took  Ills  own  life ] mom with himself and broke off a gas
last night and  also  that of his five- j flxlllre'
Tne smell of gas about daylight, at-
yoni-ei 1 daughter because   of
over separation  from his wife
grief
: perty of a local stable, and that the
men succeeded 111 making their escape
to Vancouver 011 lhe tram  before the
inches at W^istr, Idaht. to three ta-iBocal police oodltl  apprehend  them,
ches at  Huntlngtun. QSQgon, occurred' Rub�� TuHon  Fined.
yesterday. Rube Fulton appeared before Mnglc-
Alhany,  Oregon..  Is ��m��;t'lenelng    a  trite  Corbould fill*  morning  charged
snow  and  sleet    Storm,    which    ha> !'w"h a breach of lhe speed bylaw, \n-
blocked one of th�� Oregon Railroad k  '""Mlch   ,l"   he  *"���*��  ovf!r  tne  ,J"��
iHlinul bridge Saturday afternoon at a
Navigation    company's    bunches    ������:��������,  faater  than  h walk.     It   being
southeastern Washington. j j,aB frst offence. h1�� worship dealt \e-
Al   Walla Walla severe oald  winds sdtOtly   with   Fulton,  and   Imposed   a
threaten the fruit crop. jftw ,/f *2 and cost*.
At  North  Yakima    a    bitter  wind,'    ���1wl   P,eaded   ^n^-   '""'   ������<��'
j thnt  hf was In a hurry to meet the
reaching  tho   proportions  of n  gale, ^^ Trnn8fer a���(, gRye yery m^
Princess Ena Will Be Victoria Eugene   S-mait
of Spain at $50,000
a Year.
traded the nleghbors' attention who,
j upon breaking down the door, found
Mrs. Flint left her husband six j |,'i,t,| ,| ,;lc] an(I ,he child barely alive,
weeks ago and retained custody of Mm was taken to a hospital whore alio
the llltlo girl, who was Ihoir only I diol in a short time.
child. Last night, according to his Puhl leTt. a letter slating that ho
neighbors, the 111,111 look the child out I killed the child as a punishment��tO
lo a thonter.   Upon their return about   ''Is wife.
lamaged several  buildings afgregat
ing thousands of dollars.
Fhrce   Right  at   Home.
Tho present, .wind storm is one of
tho fiercest and longest over known
on tho coast.
Mr. Wilson's anemometer on Saturday registered an average yeloclty of
wind during the hours of 12 noon and
12 midnight, of 18% miles an hour.
The highest voloclty was 22 miles
an hour, and the lowest, 13 miles.
thought ui the fact that he was drlv
ing fasler than the law permits.
Crescent Club Winners.
Tho result of the handicap toiirnn-
monts held In tho rooms of tho Crescent club, so far, are as follows; American billiards, Harry Turnbull, who
also achieved first honors in pool,
crlbbago, O. Rae. and English billiards,
K.  H. Thornton.
Chimney  to  Ignite the  moss  and  dry
leaves on the roof, causing damage, Mildridi Mllr(,h ^..-Premier ,u���,.,.,,
lo the extent of about |la. Fire ball today Officially communicated to the
No. 2 responded  to this call. cabinet    King   Alfonso's   betrothal   to
The second alarm was turned In at   Princess    Ena   of    llattenbuig,    who
I o'clock, and came from the residence I hereafter will be officially known as
of   .Ittines   Deiinlson,   occupied   by   T. I Victoria    Kiigenlo.      Utter    the    two
NelSOB, situated    on    Princess street, j houses of parliament were notified,
between Sixth and  Seventh avenues, j    The minister of finance will present
This fine was Identical  with that ofja  hill  appropriating the sum of $r,d.
the Cameron homo, and the damage In loot) annually for the future queen,
this case did not exceed $15.   The orl-!    The date of the marriage has been
gin of tho fire was due to the same [definitely set for June 2.
cause as  In  the first Instance. The  king of Portugal arrived here
In this second flro the party turn- today,
ing In the alarm became very excited,, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
r.ud turned In the alarm to both stations. When the boys from No. 2
station nrrlvod on tho scone, they
found the No. 1 hoys ahead of thorn,
and assuring themselves of the uhllltv
Of tbe No. 1 crew to handle the fire,
they returned lv the station.
Dcpew   Rests   In   Sanitarium
For  Ten  Days  and   la
Not Missed.
New York. March l|,���The) American today is authority for Iho statement that Ihe friends of United States
Senator Chauncey M. Depew were
am&Zed yesterday to learn that he has
been a patient In a Now .lorsey sanitarium during tho Inst ten uays and
thai he has been suffering from nervous exhaustion.
Inquiry developed the fact that,
though the senator was a very sick
man when taken to the institution,
he has so far recovered that he wlll
bo about again in a few days.
Morning Blaze.
Flro started on tho roof of Magistrate Corboultl's residence at !i o'clock
this morning caused by a iipark from
the chimney Igniting tho moss and
dead leaves, and burning a hole
through the roof, nnd a small portion
of the wall before tho flames woro sub-
Father Gapon9s Enemies
Brand Him As a Fakir
The whist and  Boston  pool  hnntll-idued by tho firemen from No. 2.
caps are not yet deel led, bet will he     The damage to the building will not
fought out later on .hu neek. J exceed $20.
St. Petersburg, March 12.���Father
Gapon was arrested today on tho eve
of the Inquiry demanded by him Into
thi scandal Involved In the charge
that his labor organization was sub*
sldizol by the government.
M. Tlmierlazeff, minister of commerce. In un Interview exonerate I
Father CJapon from all blame, declaring that ho Is an idoiilist and a man
of force and acquitting Mm of reserving any of the monoy glvon by the
i;overnment to M. Matusshonskl, Gallon's former assistant.
Nevertheless, his onomle/t Indicate
i!wt Gapon arranged the arrest bo-
cause he feared the rovol.ittmlsts and
desired lo throw dust In the eves of
his followers by giving htmioif the
npuearaneo of being persecuted by the
government. THE  DAJL>  NE^S
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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 7.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MARCH 12, 1906.
I<�� CENTS PER WEEK.
Coal Miners Say Big Strike Will Occur Before April 1
LOGAN ARRIVES
AND TALKS ABOUT
LIVE STOCK SALE
MINE  OWNERS   DEFY  WORKERS indications are
Says Increase of the Dominion Government Grant and a
Number of Special Contributions Means a
Considerable Addition to the
Prize Lists.
Refuse to Consider a Readjustment of the Wage  Scale
And Take Firm Stand for the Open Shop���Decision Mr. MacDonaid Move, a Resolution of censure
THAT HOUSE WILL
PROROGUE TODAY
Causes  Surprise in the Union Camp-Railway  Company Stores Up Coal for Emergency.
on
the
Government   and   Straight   Party   Vote
Again Endorses the Kaien
Island Deal.
p. M. Logan, B. 8. a_ department ot     Many requests have been received
'���agriculture, Victoria, anrlved In town fl<��" buyers " regards 'lie Btoek en-
,   ...    _... . tared fur sale, and prions may be ex-
today and is registered at the Qulchon
pected i" be good,   rhere are already
""    ' ever sixty entries tor tta auction Sale,
Mr. Logan is here   In   connection ;.n;i M u���, tlrae tor receiving entries
with the spring stallion show and Brsl has been extended to March t", many
annual British Columbia Bale ol  the more mas lie expected.
Pure Bred Uve Btodk association, ui     Among the contributors up to the
which  he  is tie secretary-treasurer, present are \v. 11. Ladner and h. H.
anil which will be held al   New  West Vssey, of Ladners; C. Moses, of North
minster on Match 21 and 22. Saaniok; 0, 11. Batsven, of Duncans;
lie says Hint owing to the Dominion T.  w.  Patterson,  ot Victoria;   s.  II.
government'!  grant   being  Increased, shannon, ot Cloverdale; Joseph Tarn-
ami total contrtbutions among which bollne, of Wesliaan    island;    A,   ('.
may be mentioned P. Hums & Co., of WeBsA Son, ol Chllllwack; .1. Thoiiip-
Vancouver, for $riti, the prize list will sun and Horatio'Webb, of Bardls, and
be considerably added to. J.   W.  Steves, ni' Steveston.
denote arrests mm takes care
m WITH revolver      of three pilgrims
Shamokin,
here thai the
nies  will   not
I'a.,    March    IU.���News
anthracite coal oompa-
grant  a  single demand
th
receive   concessions.
at   the  til-district   convention  to  be
held before April 1,
New York, Murch 11���The propositions Of the  I'nited  Mine Workers of
the   I nlted   Mine   Workers,   Is   re-
America  for  a  readjustment    ot     the
, .ived   with   surprise   and   disi ,int-   ___  ftn(J   COI���llli,J,lij  ,���  ������.  aIl,,n���.
ment <-ii��- coal fields as a whole, have I n
Many of the miners declared that denied by the committee representing
they will dull  work on April 1, unless  th anthracite operators.   As a counter
proposition,    the    operators   suggest
that  the awards  made by the authra-
Company   Prepares. c>te   coa]   strjUe   commission   on   the
Mahoney City,  Pa-  March  12.��� The   principle upon which they were estali-
Philadelphia and Reading   Coal   and lished by the commission, and the me-
Iron  company  Is storing  soft  coal  at   thods  established     for    currying  out
East Mahoney Junction for its engines
on the Catawlasa division.
ground that anthracite operators!
stand   for   the   open   shop,   and   again
decline to  make an agreement  with
the United Mine Workers of America
The proposition thai a uniform scab'
of wages be established In the anthracite fields is met by the operators
with the reply that this would be im
practicable by reason of the varying
capacities of the workmen, and the
various conditions existing in the re-
glun and  at  the collieries.
Victoria,   March   12.   3.80  p.  m.���
The Indications point to the legislature getting through With the business
of the session tonight.
There is not much business remaining, and unless something unforeseen
occurs, prorogation should take place
tonight.
Upon assembling today, Mr. Mac
donald moved the following resolution: This house declares thai the
order-ln-council granting 10,000 acres
on  Kaien   Island  is  not   in  the  public
Local coal denJiers say they have
more orttvrs foi delivery by April 1
than  they  can  fill.
Unless the operators gram an eight-
hour day and other demands, proini.
nent   members   of  the  miners'   union
their findings and awards, shall be
continued for a further term of three
years from the 1st of April, 1900.
Have   Enough   Boards.
The operators decline to agree to Interest."
any  change  in  the  board  of concilia-      In   support   of   the   resolution.   Mr.
Hon as established by the anthracite Macdonald  urged    that  the    govern-
coal  strike   commission     taking    the ment  had  not  answered   the  charges
ground   that  the  system  proposed  by in the minority report, but had taken
shelter behind the female referred to,
Mrs. Anderson,
The resolution ��.is defeated by a
party vote.
Mr, Henderson lias moved a resolution against the governmenl tor not
taxing the lands of the C, P, It., held
under the ii. c. Southern grant.
is now under discussion,
This
Hot Time  on  Pianos.
Baston, Pa., March  I!    The piano
and organ factory of lilehr & Co.,
was destroyed by lire last night. Two
dwellings were also destroyed. The
loss is estimated at $75,000.
The   present   agreement   terminates  the  miners  would  simply  involve the
March 31  of this year. creation of a series of minor boards,
For  Open  Shop. .whose decisions might  be conflicting,
The demand of the miners that the land  from  which  appeals would have
operators  enter Into    an    agreement  to be taken    to an arbitrator, thereby
here S&y that n strike will be declared  wllh   the   union   is  declined,   on   the   creating more delays than now exist.
JOHN HAYS HAMMOND      MISFORTUNE VISITS
BECOMES THE OWNER THE TIMMS FAMILY
C "jar maker      From      Blaine,
Creates   Some   Trouble
Xity   Hotels.
Was^u  Nton ujn the tTiramp Are  Given  Shelter
In in .the   City   Lock
up.
_   Completes   Deal   Which   Promises   to   Wife Falls III and Husband Is Victim
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SNOW    PROMISED.
.l.tibii il Sit-in, a cigariuakei- nvf duller Mcliuies had three guests
BJatne.. Wush.. was arrested Saturday ,tP(m, Everett nvlth him over night, the
afternoon    by    Detective    Bradshast
< banged   with carrying concealed   weu
jimis. He ��as released on a ca-sh ini
of Sit', which he forfeited by non-appearance before Magistrate Corbimlil
Hills morning:.
li whs n ported that a man was
��� willing luor. or less trouble ibiiin
tin hotels uf the city, and uimn bfiVSE-
IB tipitlam by Detective llradshnw, the
tnnin was found to have in his pOBSeS-
tiiieii a decidedly wicked forty torn
"iThi mini was drinking and oamstSbtg, ,,,, t)l,
smri   showed   every   evidence  of   being   brothers
men claiming that they were bnoke,
but on theli way to work in one of
the mills In Vancouver when overtaken by nighi In the city. They first
applied   for eSOBlter  at   the  prOftftcia]
lail, but wen referred to the dty police, whereupon they called o��i Mr.
Midlines, who sheltered them over
night,   and   allowed   llieni   to  pn   thin
moraine
The men juwe their names us Geo
,'nd William BHtton, and Thos  Mur-
fuTt��T   two   claiming to   lit
anil the latter a partner  of
liim  in.
Fiein.
���on ii protracted spree, and for *��IVr> ltj,elrB, George Brltton gave liis age
and the w��mre Ot the citizens in gen- os 82 .������, Wllliani gtated ,���.��� lre y.^
bnfl, it  was though!  advisable io lake  h���|   i5f,while Murphy claimed 'his age
as 16. The younger Brltton and Mur
_ suited that he workf-fl In ,,llv liri. certamly young to be on fhe
Blaine, but thought that he woaMMke rnul but they are big strong boys,
a change, which he undoubtedly re- fttfd apparently well aide to lata care
c-ivcii. although noi In the nay inW-themselves, ���although sufferingUrom
which he anticipated.   The weapon is k temporary streak of bad luck.
Murphy   claimed   that   he   wait   to
Kill  in the possession of Chief **1 ?u
lice Woiutosh.
intends to Make Trouble.
Marhlta, March 12.���Slgnor VfThui-
eutra, a former minister of luafnie,
��?Hys he intends to publicly denounce
In pittliiiment 'the action of Slgnor
Meirtet".' iliios hi niaking a seratet
treaty -.With Prance, whereby Spain *s
fisted Prance in the question of the
Mwoitctn bunk and the police of Mitwr
<acco.
The diplomats here consider thai
the exdbange of views between King
Edward und King Alfonso foreshadows a general Anglo-Spanish alliance.
PIERPQUT GETS IN
TO SEE THE POPE
Everett to attend the funeral of a
sister who died in that city recently,
null that the trip consumed lill his
spare cash. All three of the men, al-
tliough poorly t-lad, were clean and
neat, and told a straight and well-
counected story, i so that Jailer "Mcln-
nes, -seeing  nothing  suspicious -about
i them, allowed them to go, without fur-
flier question.
'George Hrltton 'gave his oocujiutlon
as  ttint  of a logger,  Wllliani  Btfltton
i stated that he was '-'greaser" and Mur-
|ihy Claimed his occupation as ttna of
:n waiter.
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m SHOOTS TERSELF
ANOTHER TAKES 6KS
Victoria, March 12.���The
pressure remains high over the
northern pnrt of the province,
and It, the Northwest Territories, but a storm of considerable
InteiKlty   has   moved   down  the
American coast '.'.mi is passing
inlnid to Nevada, causing snowfall on the higher lands aau
ruin In California. A modoral*
northeasterly -wind has prevailed
on the Straits and inlaatii
'through  the It'aclflc states.
Indications are for a rise m
temperature, followed by sroirv-
>ftill in this southern part <of
British Columbia.
Porecasta for 36 hours ending
r p. m., Tuesday;
'.Victoria and vicinity���3)e-
.cfeiaslng ea*u>rly winds, beonm-
iUK warmer and unsettled. With
snow tonigiit or Tuesday.
Lower   Mainland���Decreajting
.euiiiiorly wiutis, becoming to m-
er and  uns��"ttled  with  sno*   to-  ���
iiiidit or Tiessilay. I
!T<;mperatnres at  5  a. m. 'ten |
day   were:
"Victoria, 28;   New Westminster, ;
24.
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DRIVE FURIOUSLY
ACROSS THE
lv.
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icouver    Men    Find
Tone to   Pay
Toll.
No
AGREE   ON   MOROCCO.
Algerlcas. March 12. 6 p, ni.
���The French delegates declare
ntwy will not accept the foreign
control of the Franco-Spanish
police for Morocco.
The Germans are firm.
This makes a momentar>
deadlock upon details, but a
solution Is considered assured,
as the parties are agreed upon
the   main   principle  involved.
Make Cariboo  Busy  This
Summer.
of Accident Caused By
Wild  Cat.
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His Holiness   Exchanges  Compliments  Aitt-esaes   Become   Tired   of   Life   an id
With the  Famous /American *tttrmot   to  Kiummit
.���Financier. Suicide
St.   Paid,   Minn.,   Mawh   12.���Katit,
Home, Mandi 12.���The pope received today, in private audhnce, J. Pier-
pont Morgan, H it. Hollisw, Mrs. Hoi- Ransoms sosfl Hattie Lotmalne, actres-
11ns, and Minis Ilollins, all of New sei(> arL, ln ^p rlty hosphal In n critl-
York.
The audience occurred in the pope's
library and merely consisted of an ex- lug from a bullet wound au the left,
change of compliments, the ncntiff ox-! breaRtj an(, ,hejnUer ,s alljfw|nK from
pressing his appreciation of ttftie kind
CHILD WINDS BLOW
M jMTEJOF OREGON
Sncac  and   Sleet   Storm   Blocks mail-
way   Navigathm   In   South-
esattern   Wtshington.
Pottrastfl, (Dre., March  12.���RerjaoDts
to the OncBtinlan from all parts of rhic
Pacific nontshtwest  lnflloate   that
district   I*   in   the   throes  of  one
with the Standard Oil people.
One hundred and sixty thousand
pounds of blasting powder is being
delivered at the mine, most of which
will be used in the pit bank blast;
the balance on the construction of
the new water ditch.
Other supplies will no doubt follow
soon. Although the Journal has no
authoritative information, it understands that Mr. Hobson hopes to complete the new canal in time for a
short run in the fall.
In any case whether this is accom-i
plished or not. Bullion will be the
busiest spot in Cariboo this summer
The Lightning Cl.vk Gold  Gravels
and  Drainage eoimnny  has increased
its  holdings  by  the  purchase of the
The nici illso omitted  the formality IDry  Leaves,  Sparks and   High  Wind  well  known Bonanza claim adjoining
POLICE fi��T ON THEIR TRAIL
Reckless Ones Are Ordered to Return ,
and  Make Appearance In
Court.
James Atkinson   and   Angus   McAllister, t*io well known Vancouver citi- j
zens, wene guilty of furious and reck-1
less driving across the New Westiuln-
ster brid&'e.about 9 o'clock last night,
and although Brldgetender Herb Rush-
o | ton  had ino  difficulty  in  recognizing |
the men Bit"was unable to stop them.
St. Petersburg, March 12, 7:37
p. m.���The latest reports from
Algerlcas are to the effect that
an agreement on the question
of the Moroccan police is now
assured on the basis of the
Austrian   proposals.
According  to  the  Ashcroft   Journal      Sickness,  excitement    and    mishap
of  Saturday    final    arrangements  ba> g1 J>"ff*  "  "'"'I  '''  ""' f"r,"��f ot
;V. R. Tlnims and wife who reside on
tween the Consolidated Cariboo Hy-.,h<1 Hastings road near Ihirnaby lake),
draulic company and Mr. John Hay's' with the result that while Mrs. Tlmnis
Hammond of New York were complet- Buttered ln a Vancouver hospital Mr.
ed on February 2Sth, whereby Mr. Tlmms spent all last week with one
Hammond  became the owner of the
big  hydraulic   at   Bullion.     It   is  lire-       ,,       .,.. ���,,-.,    , ,
i    Mrs. Tiiilins fell 111 about a month
sumed  Mr.  Hammond    will have as-, ,lR0 un(1 >WUK taken to a hospital
Bociated   with   him   the   Guggenheim the Terminal City for treatment,   M
interests,  which    are    closely    allied  Tlmms   made   frequent     trips   in   his
buggy
of  his  arms useless
, bruised and sore.
i     Mrs. Timms  fell  111 abou
ago  and .was  taken  to a I
and    his head.
Mr.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
CALLED 911 TWICE
Cause  Small   Bla
the  City.
in
The   high   winds   yesterday   caused
of paying toll so great was their
haste. The case was reiiorted to the
police almost immediately after fhe
occurrence, but not before the men
had escajied.
Report    was    made   to   Provincial [lhe flre department a couple of runs,
Constable Spain,    who   today served | which   gave   them   considerable  hard      Manager Keast    is    reported  to be
papers on tiie men for their appear- j work  for a time.    Fortunately,  how- having good results with sinking the
ance In court on the morning of Wed- lever, the boys wene able to handle the working shaft
nesday,  March   11. jflameg
Bridge-tender Rushton stales tluit
had there "been anyone on the bridge
at that hour last night that there
would undoubtedly
the Wingdam property down stream
This addition to its holdings on
Lightning crook, gives it one of the
largest of the deep ground proposi
lions held bj any ol lhe companies
In Cariboo.
Manager Keast
cal  condition     The former is suffer-
which they suoceeded In sub-
duing in short order.
The first call was at 10:30 a. m. to',
have been �� sefi- j the residence occupied by Frank Cam-
ous acclaim  as the men were abao-' eron, and owned by Mrs. Hughes, sit-,
lately  recMess,  driving    across    de lwted  on    SevenUl    gtreett    between |
bridge at a Ttill gallop, and utterly in-  _ _.
������.,������ ,,         , . ,���   ,        ___ jUueens avenue and Th rd street. The
poring his (wmiiiiiind to stop.  The uion j
v;ere undonbiK-tlly under the Influence jhieh  wlnd caused sparks    from    the
of liquor, it  is  said, else they would
have used at least some slight jitdg-
rtiie ment in the matter of speed.
rtf      It is said that the rig was the pro- Na j, responded to this call.
* perty of a loeitl  stable, and  that  fhe
CHANGES HER NAME
AND GETS THE COIN
Princess Ena Will Be Victoria Eugene
of Spain at $50,000
a Year,
chimney to ignite the moss and dry
leaves  on   the  roof, causing  damage;    Mudrid   March 12.-Premier Morett
to the extent of about $1.1.    Pire hall | today officially communicated  to the
cabinet   King   Alfonso's   betrothal   to
Uie worsl Htiiwnis ever experienced it.; '"'"'���'  "* " """' ���"���"*'* '"'" luav  l,rc|    The second alarm was turned ln at IPrincess    Ena   of    Battenburg,    who
from T6 rae" ^^^ *�� �����k "* their escape , ^^ an<1 came from the residence j hereafter  will  be officially known
to Vancouver on the tram before the
March.    A anuwfall  vtrylng
inches at WsHset, IdaJw,-, to three 4n-[>iocal police ooUlll apprehend them.
ness   ol
Mr.
Morgan  In   VlsUJag  him  ��M  POlSOntag.
Hnd recalling his vUit of lust May.
Both said they were disgusted with
The pope blessed some religions! oh-  ,. , ,. ._.    , ,     , , .. .,
,      ,   . .,,     the theatrical business, and It tr. suld,
.lects handed to him by Mrs. and Miss
Ilollins. i Planned to end their lives.
Murders His Daughter
In Punishment of Wife
Now York, March 12.���Emil Fuhl,
a Gorman waiter, took his own life
last night and also that of his five-
year-old daughter because   of   griof
\ over separation from his wife.
Mrs.  Fuhl    lefl    her    husband  six
I weeks ago and retained custody of
the little girl, who was their only
child Last night, nccordlng to his
neighbors, the ni.m took the child out
to a theater.   Upon their return nbcjii
midnight, ho locked her in the same
room with himself and broke off a gas
fixture.
Tho smell of gas about daylight, at-
iractol tho nleghbors' attention who,
upon breaking down tho door, found
Kithl dead and the child barely alive.
j of  James   Dennison,  occupied   by  T.  Victoria    Eugenie.     Later    the
as
two
ehes at Hunllngtsmi, Oregon, occurred
yesterday.
Albany,  Oregon, is experiencing    a
snow  nnd  sleet    storm,    which
blocked one of the Oregon Railroad k.
Navigation    company's    Jiwnches    in
southeastern Washington.
Rube Fulton Fined.
Rube Pulton appeared before Magi*
Itmte Corbould 1'h'iB morning charged
has ['With a breach of rhe speed bylaw, Inasmuch as he drove over the Lulu
island bridge Baturduy ufternoon at a
speed faster than a walk. It being
a'is hYst offence, his worship dealt le-
At Walla Walla severe oald winds
threaten the fruit crop.
At North Yakima a bitter wind,
roachlng the proportions of a gale,
damaged several buildings aggregating thousands of dollars.
Fhrce   Right  at   Home.
Th,i present .wind storm is one of
tho fiercest and longest ever known
on the coast.
Mr. Wilson's anemometer on Saturday registered an average yeloclty of
wind during the hours of 12 noon and
siientlj-  with  Fulton,  aud   imposed  a
frne of  $2 and cost*.
Fulturi pleaded guilty, and stated
that he was in a hnrry to meet the
stenmer Transfer, nnd gave very little
(honght to the fact that he was driving faster than the law permits.
Cresemnt   Club  Winners.
The result of the handicap tournaments held in the rooms of tho Crescent club, so far, arc as follows; American billiards, Hnrry Turnbull, who
She was taken to a hospital where she
dlol in a Bhort time.
Fuhl  left a letter  stating that he\r2 midnight, of 18V4 miles an hour,
killed   tho child  ns a  punishment-to     Tno highest  voloclty was 22 miles
'il�� wife. iau hour, and Iho lowest, IS miles.
also achieved   first honors    In    pool.
enps nre not yet docl led, but will ho
fought out later on ihu neek.
Nelson, situated on Princess street
between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
This fine was identical with that of
ihe Cameron home, and the damage In
this case did not exceed $15.   The orl-
houses of parliament were notified.
The minister of finance will present
n bill appropriating the sum of $50,-
000 annually for the future queen.
The date of tbe marriage has been
gin of the fire was due to the same;definitely set for June 2.
cause as in the first Instance. The king of Portugal arrived here
In this second lire the party turn-' today,
ing ln the alarm became very excited, j _____________________
nnd turned ln the alarm to both stations. When the boys from No. 2
station arrived on the scene, they
found the No. 1 boys ahead of them,
and assuring themselves of the abllltv
of the No. 1 crew to handle the flre,
they returned to the station.
to see his wife. A week ago
last Sunday night when he was returning home, happy in the knowledge
that his wife was almost well enough
to be out again, he met with a serious
accident in which he was badly used
up. As he was driving down a hill
on the Hastings road in the vicinity
of Burnaby lake a wild cat sprang
out of the bushes at his horse,,
frightening it and causing a runaway.
Mr. Timms was thrown from his rig
aud one of the hind wheels of the
buggy passed over his head. In the
fall he also hod his left wrist dislocated. The horse continued down the
hill at a rapid rate and finally brought
up at the gate of the Timms residence with the buggy smashed in_
many places.
Mr. Tlmms spent the night lit
agony and did not have surgical attendance till the following day when
his w'fe, hearing of tie accident and
believing it to be more serious than
it was suffered shock which caused
a slight relapse.
Mr.  and  Mrs.  Timms    returned  to
their home yesterday    and  both are
again almost as well as ever.
 ���.���o���������.	
President  Dead.
Buenos Ayres, March 12.���Dr. Manuel Quinlane, president of the republic, died yesterday.
 ���o	
CHAUNCEY'S NERVES
PUT HIM IN HOSPITAL
Senator  Oepew   Rests   in   Sanitarium
For  Ten   Days  and   Is
Not Missed.
New York, March 12.���Thta American today is authority for the statement that the friends of United States
Senator Chauncey M. Depew were
amazed yesterday to learn that he has
been a patient in a New Jersey sanitarium during the last ten days and
that he has been suffering from nervous exhaustion. i
Inquiry developed the fact that,
though the senator was a very sick
man when taken to the institution,
he has so far recovered that he will
be about again In a few days.
Morning   Blaze.
Flre started on the roof of Magistrate Corbould's residence at 0 o'clock
this morning caused by a spark from
Father Gapon9s Enemies
Brand Him As a Fakir
St. Petersburg, March 12.���Father
Capon was arrested today on the eve
of the Inquiry  demanded by him Into
...        , . I tha   scandal   Involved   In   the   charge
tho   chlmnev   Igniting  the  moss  and !
dead    leaves,   nnd   burning    a    holo:ll,at  his  lnbor organization  was r.ub-
eribhage, G. Rao, and English billiards, I through thn roof, nnd a small portion j sldlzo I by the govornment.
B. H. Thornton. of tho wall before the flames wore sub-!    M. Timlerlazelr, minister    of   enm-
Tho whist and  Boston  pool  handl- dued by  tho Bremen from No. 2.        j merce,  in    an    Interview exonerate 1
Tho damage to tho building will not j Father Gapon from nil blame, doclar-
exceed  $20. i ins I'm* he is an Idealist and a man
of force and acquitting him of reserving any of the money given by the
ljovornment to M. Matusshonskl, Gallon's former assistant.
Nevertheless, his enemies indlcato
l'lit Gapon arrrnged tho arrest be-
cyuso he feared tho revolutionists and
desired to throw dast ln the eyes of
his followers by glvinp himself the
appearance of being persecuted by the
government. THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,  MARCH   12,  1
906
RI!DN MIHNIPHT OH      Vancouver firemen      quadra goes north
duivh lfuumum vjil. have exciting day     with strong light
MANAGING HUSBANDS.
1i THE LEGISLATURE
Members Keep the Business Going Till
The First Hour of Sunday Morning���Patent Medicine Bill and Game
Amendment Act to Be Sacrificed
Victoria.     March     10. ��� After     the  allowed   him   as   soon   as   the   matter
Strenuous session of Friday which ex-; was brought  to his notice.
tended  four and  a  half hours   into.
tills morning the house mei again al
'��� o'clock ibis afternoon and also held Mr,  Murphy    asked  the provincial
mother, though less trying, night ses- secretarj the following questions:
slon. i. Are Indians allowed to slaughter
When the speaker Look Lhe chair al ooet  during the dose season.'
���_  p.  m   business    ��s��    commenced 2. is it not the dutj of all provincial
promptly,  without  Ihe usual  prayers, constables to enforce the game laws.
and Hu  discussion and business was nnd hav
: inai i          Inte esl Ing I hi ougl out  lhe
No  New Game  Act.
Extinguish   Fires   In   Children's   Shelter,  Burton  Saw  Works and
Other Places.
Fire alarms were ringing continu-
oiisl;. in Vancouver yesterday, and the
file brigade, polished up by a number
of forced runs on Saturday, were right
there with the extinguishing apparatus just in time in every case to prevent  a  serious blaze.
The Children's shelter building on
Davie street, tho Burton saw works,
and residences on Homer and Hamilton streets were attended to one after
the other in rapid succession, and the
whole damage was light though the
excitement was intense.
The principal excitement occurred ai
n o'clock in the morning when flre
broke oul In Lhe roof or the Children's shelter, a building which, by
the way, had onl} recently been condemned by the building Inspector as
unsafe,
The matron and most of Lhe children were at church when the conflagration Btarted, and, the alarm be-
they been Instructed to dohng pr0mptli Bent In, the fire lighters
su? were unhampered In their work.   The
.",  is  it   the  Intention  of  Lhe  go\
i i iinii'tii   at   the    present    Besslon   to
iiutlding  was  burned   complelely  off.
irlng down a bill to amend the game     Th,, ,. was ,������. ,.,,,,,, in .,���. building
rules an    orders  bj   adding the foi   act, as promised in the Bpeecb from who was overlooked when the excite
Bitting
Mt. c,   den  of  Vain ouver    Btftrted
t Plugs p ilng by moving lo tmend lhe
iv-1 blaze was confined to lhe upper Btorj
where It originated.   The roof of the
i nev   rule
All a] ��� llcatloiiB foi  i ii tnges in the
municipal clauses act   shall require a
ibe throne? in.ait commenced, bul was afterwards
Hon   Mi   Fulton replied as follows'   accidentally found by a fireman who
"I. Undei   . "i tlon   1
notice  i le u Ij   and  dial ln< tlj   specif!    ' Ion  ai l
rescued   it   in   time
erious injury.
189S  (as re-enacted  b;   - si ���     The children wen
in   save   it    from
all taken careof
i        i  ui obje      if ll
i llcatlon
Such t ice .-h.iii I
follows, namely: In tho British Columbia G '.thi' and In one newspapet
I -lie. at leasl oni e n week, having a large circulation Lhroughout the
province
Such notice shall continue In each
case for a period of at least six
weeks during the Interval of time between   the   close  of   Lhe   next   pn 1
Ing Besslon and thi' consideration of
the proposed  changes  bj   the  muni
tion  '   ol  tl'        " irotectlon    act at   the  general  hospital,  pending  ar-
amendment  act, 1905), Indians are al- ransements   for  a  new   home,  which
,,.,,. . will be louiul tor thi'tii today.
��  lowed   ln   unorganized parts   ol   the      Tll��� ���,,, ,lt   ,,���,  ���,,,.,,,���  Baw  worka
province to  kill  deer  for  their own resulled from the boiler burning out,
or their families'  use,  for food only,  One of the walls Btarted to blaze, and
"2. Yes.    Instructions    have    been being fanned bj the wind, the flames
were making good headwas  when the
Bent in tii" superintendent of provincial police, bj circular, to all provincial constables.
:;. No."
Hon. Mr. Pulton moved the third
reading of the public schools act.
i\gr I.
The acl  to amend Chapter 18 Of the   Men  With Grievance Against G. N
I rlgade arrived on the Bcene.
The other flres wer.', '.ke tin.I n!
the Children's Bhelter, cans d by flying sparks from chlmnej i, bul onlj
slight  damage was done.
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EXPRESS   DISSATISFACTION.
cipal committee, and  copies of such ie vised statutes passed through corn-
Meet at Hall's Prairie.
notice    to the clerk of the lions,'. mlttee unopposed.
Mr. Murphy asked  whether in the     The acl to amend th
6 vent  of  the   municipal     clauses   act inlnal   Railway   and   Ferry   act,   1901,
now    before    the    house    not    going providing tor a division of the Great
through   this  session    the    proposed Northern al Mini lake, passed through
amendment   would  become operative, commtttee.
II   so, it   would    be  a  hardship,  as it       The   Midway   and   Vernon   Railway
would require all  the work done on Clompany  act   passed   its   third   read'
this act during the session to be gone ing.
over  again. The   royal   plate   glass   bill   passed  onded   by
Mr,  Garden   pointed   out  that   there its  third  reading. resolved:
Serious dissatisfaction with the de-
Victoria Ter- fectlve set vices and lack of accomodation at llezeiinere station on the
(Ileal Northern Railway, brought to-
net her a fairly large number of residents at Hall's Prairie Bchoolhouse
in the evening of March 7.
Win. Higg was appointed chairman,
and   .lohn   K.   MacKenzie    secretary,
After several had been heard from, it
was   moved   by   Albert    lianiford,   see-
���loseph     Charbonneau,   and
Thai  the following commit
already a provision in (he act by      In adjourned committee on the Van-  '"' l)P appointed to draft a resolution
could   be  suspended couver Incorporation   amendment act
and   petition  to be  presented  to the
w n s
Wl ...il    the    till'      . re    ouojjcuuou I wuuvei    uitui |n,ileum     uiiieiiuiuim    mi    faJJWpy    authorities     vi/.'        Messrs     H
during the time the house was In ses-  Mr. Garden submitted an amendment Up. Thrift   .lames All cox and the sec-
liinlling the  borrowing    for  hospital retary.
Opposition  Scores. ,������ toI ,,, tl!(l ���,���,   ������,���m ��� ������������,���,!    After a short ivcss tho committee
$ii(i,0ini,  unless a special
reported   (he   form   they   had   agr I
The municipal clauses acl  and   the
Was a public act;  there   were mans   stage,
purposes to
.1   A. Macdonald   thought   the prin- by-law Is passed to authorize a larger .      , .
upon.     It   was adopted  and  ordered  to
pie ol  the amendment    was objec- amount.   The amendment was carried be circulated tor signatures,
tionable.    The  municipal   clauses  act   and   the   bill    passed   the   committee      After further speeches, it  was moved  by  John  Pengelly,    seconded   by
.,  ,    ,, ,  ,   Mr,   Bamford,     and     unanimously   re-
municipalities,  and   to  compel   men,      lhe  bill   to  amend   lhe  provincial I    lyed!    That a commilt. f five be
all to advertise tho amendments they (lections  act  and  Lhe bill  lo amendappointed by the chairman, who shall
might from time to lime desire would Ihe water clauses consolidated act do everything ill their power to tor-
be u great hardship and would in- passed the third reading. v:"''' Lhe Lransporlalion interests of
volve an Immense amount of trouble. The reporl of lhe bill to provide for!,hi's neighborhood and shall have
, ' power to call further public meetings
li. wits too important a matter to be the establishment of a provincial jf th,. .same shall he deemed necos-
deall with In this manner at the end! slock breeders' act passed and Was nary. The following were according-
of a   Besslon,   and   was  in  any   event adopted. ly named  by the chairman:     Messrs.
governing     principle.     The   report   of   the     following  bills':':;1"';*  'V'T'm''7'   5amtor^' HT' 3
; Thrift,  J.  K.   MacKenzie     and    John
were adopted:    To amend the liquorh?ellgelly.     By   unanimous   resolution,
On  a division  the  motion  was lost,   licence act:   to  amend   chapter  IS  of the number was afterwards increased
opposed   to   Hu
���of public b'lls.
Downs Mr.  Williams.
the  revised     statutes;   to  amend   the Jo   seven   so  as   to   include      Messrs
and      Ernest
.loseph    Charbonneau
lllamll.
Resolved that the same committee
Mr.  Williams  moved  the  following Victoria Terminal Railway act.
resolution: '     The   bills   to   incorporate     the  Life
Whereas,    owing  to economic  con- Boat   and   Life-Saying   association   of be authorized to secure signatures to
ditions. a huge number of lhe citizens British  Columbia  and    to    authorize a   petition   to  the   public   authorities
Ot Brtlish Columbia are unable to pro- Victoria to sell certain lands held fori for the appointment of n mail clerk
vide for their old age; and park purposes passed their third read-
When- i-      many      workmen      are, ings.
on the Great Northern Railway trains.
Resolved   that     these     minutes   bo
transmitted  to Ihe offices of the Co'
through   permanent   Injury,  prevented      The act  to consolidate and  amend| lumbtan   and   Daily   News   for   publi-
from providing for themselves; the municipal clauses act and amend-
Therefon   be  it   resolved,  That   In  Ing acts  was  reported    anil  adopted
the opinion of this house the govern-  with amendments.
ment Bhould take into consideration
the mat ���' Of providing for such poisons.
Mr. Si' .i.'.'-r Pooley ruled the motion out ol order as affecting the
public revi nues. Such a measure
could only be broughl in as a government   measure.
Mt. Hawthornthwall ��� moved the
following   i solution s
Danger  to   Health.
When the condition pf certain
private 'laughter houses in ibis province i- such as i" endangei the
health ol ih   community:
The report of the bill to amend Lhe
\ mcouver incorporation acl was
adopt ed.
The supply bill passed committee
but    the   opposition    objected    lo   lhe
third reading and ll was held over
'ill  Monday.
The patent medicine bill has not
yol reached second loading, and will
probably not  pass this session.
The house adjourned al midnight.
canon.
After thanks voted and tendered In
chairman and secretary, the meeting
adjourned.
KERSHAW   REFLECTS.
Decides    to    Give    Up    Fi6h    Comrris-
sionership on April  1.
Ilellingham, March 11.���T. It. Kershaw last night mailed a letter to
Governor Mtead which will doubtless
nettle all controversy over the ques-
Llon as to when the tenure nf office
of .1. L. Rlselaiiil. Mr. Kershaw's
���nccessor as fish cninnilssioi.l'i'. is to
begin.
in it he nsks the governor to recall
Hie  commission,   which   he  had  lold
H,,,].   Mr.  Kershaw he would send  lo  H.  A
Palrchild  tor delivery,    which    commission   was   to   take   effbet   Septoni-
the opinion ol tins house the go.-ern   Harris company and one of Coburg's ber I, and In lieu Lhereof issue one
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Poisoned    By    Powder.
Coburg, March  LO, -John    D,
11
There.ie be  it   resolved,    thai   In dick, the local agent  foi  tha Massey-
Powerful    Lamp,   to   Ue   Installed   on
Green  Island, Near Port
Simpson.
The D. (I. S. Quadra sailed on Saturday for Green Island, near Port
Simpson, carrying   equipment    for a
light to lie Installed there. The light-
bouse was built In knock-down form
al   the  Dominion  lighthouse depot   at
Presoott, Out., ami Bhlpped to Vancouver.    The  material   was  transfer
red to the vessel on Friday afternoon,
mid will be taken direct to Green
island. Mr. Gordon Halkel of Present I is In charge of the work of placing the liuht In position. The lantern
will burn petroleum vapor, and will
throw   a   light    which   will   be   visible
for twenty miles. The petroleum is
heated, and the vapor arising there-
from   is   burned   in   an   acetylene
I,tinier    .This light  will bo the second
largest on the coast, iii" largest being  at   l.i'iinai'il  island.
Marine   Notes.
The C. P, R, -' lamei Tee i, captain
Hughes, reached Vancouver at t
o'clock Saturday afternoon from nor
tinan BrltUh Columbia ports, Thirty-
i Ighl pasBengers came soul b on t he
steamer and >!> barke l al this pun.
The Tees broughl down a
amount of freight. Ini luding 10 ions
ol halibut from lhe new halibut
bnnka near Hartley bay.
The Canadian-Australian liner  Mlo-
wera Ib due in  Vancouver from  Au.
Italia, via  Honolulu    and    Suva    on
Thursday.
The R, M. S. Empn ss of India Is
scheduled iii sail from Vancouver
for Yokohama and Hong-Kong on
March 19th.
H. M. s. Shearwater returned to
Esquimau on Fri.la,. last from
Knight's Inlet, she has been away
about  a month.
LIFELESS RIDERS.
li,Hin,,k Incidents Culled Prom <b*
Horror*  of  Wiir.
A veteran of the British army ill In
dlu once saw a strange Bight on a bat-
tli'lield. As he tells the story u squad-
rou of cavalry hud been held In reserve
under cover of n Held battery and an
Infantry regiment. The artillery duel
had ended. Tbe assault of the enecny
in overwhelming numbers had been re
pulsed by the steadiness of the infantry While a cloud of smoke hung over
the field the cavalry received an order
to charge with drawn sabers.
The troopers started in close order for
the enemy's line. Midway they-met a
destructive flre from enrthworks 1c
front of them anil from the woods on
tlie'.r flank. A young cavalryman, with
his saber drawn, was shot In the heart
While leading In tbe first file. The horse
halted, swerved to the right and turned
back, lMlt the rider kept his sent with
out flinching Tho other troopers went
ou, carried tbe earthwork by storm,
rode at full gallop after the retreating
force nnd converted defeat Into rout.
The dead trooper meanwhile was re
turning with white face untl with the
blood streaming from bis wound, fuller his nerveless bond the horse received neither check nor lending nnd
made Its own way toward the Infantry,
which was now advancing rapidly. As
the smoke lifted the soldiers saw the
solitary rider coming, with one hand ln
a death grip upon the saddle, while the
other still held tbe sword rigidly
clasped.
It was a sight never to be forgotten���
the galloping horse, with the dead cavalryman still mounted and looking grim
and fierce. It was not until tbe rider
had gone fifty yards from the spot
where he had been killed that be rolled
off the horse.
A similar story Is told of Captain No
Ian. who delivered the fatal blundering
order for the chargeof the famous Light
brigade. Ho was scon ou the field of
Balaklava, riding from tho hills where
the staff officers were drawn up to the
qtiarter where the brigade wns station
ed. The chnrge began, and what wns
left of tho brigade returned In broken
groups.
At last Captain Nolan was seen gal
loping rapidly toward the center of the
field. He wns firmly seated, straight as
au arrow nnd riding Well. Suddenly
tho horse swerved and the rider toppled
over.
The officers who were nearest rushed
forward, but when they lifted hlin from
the ground they found hlin lifeless.
I.Ike the Indian saberman, he had been
shot ami instantly killed, but bis horse
had carried hlin safely across the Held,
nut of the reach of the- pursuing Cos-
sucks.
lome Btglateentti Centura' Ideas oaa
I hla Interesting! gulijoet.
Mn-t quaint Is same of the advice to
women contained In an ol I ll I0K published in lT.'.T. The i ' u ue describes
Itself as "nn infallible Guide to the
Pair Sex, containing Rules, Directions,
nnd Observations for tholrCon Inct ami
Behaviour through all Ages mid circumstances of life; as Virgins. Wives,
or Widows, with Directions bow to ob-
taiu all Useful and Fashionable Accomplishments suitable to the Se\."
If the lady's husband was choleric she
was told bow to secure her nv h way
by dexterously "yielding everything
till 06 begins to cool, and then by slow
degrees she may rise nnd gain upon
the Man," or "when other Remedies
ure too weak, a little Flattery may be
admitted, which, by being necessary,
will cense lo bo criminal." Willi u
COVetOUS husband, pride, ambition,
vanity, linger, kindness or even a dose
of wine tuny be expected "to open oi
enlarge Ills narrow Mind. liie wife's
business must be to watch for critical
moments, and noi let one of them slip
without making her advantage of it"
And ii wife may be said "to want skill
if by these means she is not able lo ae
cure herself In Hood Measure against
the Inconveniences this scurvy Quality
In her husband might bring up in her."
All the frailties of i \ erring lots
bands are hero set forth, singly, in
plain, unmistakable language, neatly
docketed, each w lib Iho recipe tor cun
appcudi d Lheroto,
There are other Interesting passage;
In the sain' book,   i if Bplnstors th" au
tlmr sais: "An old maid is now llningM
sin'li a CUISe as no poetic fury can exceed, looked on as the most calamitous
creature In nature. Modesty and ObO'
dii'iici', though necessary to all, are
y.'t in a more eminent degree required
here. Their Look, their Speech, theli
whole Behaviour should own a humble distrust of themselves." Concern'
lug amusements this: "The reading ol
Romances seems now to be thought the
peculiar and only becoming Study ol
young Ladies. 11 must be confessed
their Youth may a little adapt it to
them when they were children, and
WO wish they were always in thcii
event us harmless."
Of another vanity: "There is also an
other great uVvourer of Time���we meat
Dressing. Sure 'tis allowable upon s
soberer account that those who deslgt
Marriage should give themselves thi
advantage of decent Orniulients and
not by the negligent Rudeness of theli
Dress bely Nature nnd render themselves less amlnhli! thnu she has mn.de
them. But. nil this being granted,
'twill by no means justify that execs
she Curiosity nnd Solicitude, that Ex
peuse of Time and Money, too, which it
more used."
For
Sale
50 Acres of Choice
Land close to School,
Church, Post Office
and store. 12 acres
under cultivation.
Balance easily cleared.   Price
$1,200
TERMS   $600 CASH, Balance in
Two Years at ii l'er Cent.
Mclnnes & Hen
Real Estate Brokers,'
Upstairs Dupont Block,
Columbia Street.
Rooms 1 and -.
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ii
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!���:. s.  cioiiston.  Vice  President   and
General Manager.
General    banking    business   transacted.
Branches In  all  the principal cities!
in   Camilla,   in    London,   Eng.,    Now
York,  Chicago,  and   St.  .lonn.   Mid.,
and correspondents In all parts ol Lhe
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G.   D.   Brymer,   Manager.
Vancouver, rooms IM   to 'J4, 4|r, (;,
nlle streel.    .1 isoph Martin, K. <���
\v. Weait, w. ti. McQuarrle, ll.' ,\'
Bourne. Mr. Martin wilfl be in thi
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
UoWAY, RF.II) fi BOWKS'. Hani...
11 tors, solicitors, etc., Ifl Lome
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster, J. H. Bowes. P, t) (|.,s
Ml.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Harris
lots and solicitors, Hl.iekie Blk .
Columbia street, New Westminster
w. .1. wiuieside, H. L. Edmonds,
MR. .1. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor oi Hie supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post"
Office, New Westnilnster. M.inei to
loan
GEORGE E,  MARTIN, Han isi,a  ;,,,,!
Solicitor.   Guichon   block,   Ciiln'i.
Ida and MoKenzle streets, New Westminster, it. c.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,1,'
Total  Assets SiS.stS.z/t).
i" ant In      and    en: respondem
all  the principal  cities ot the world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  UtPAH I MtlN 1 .
j opens an account,   interest ad .
Mil' yearly.
Collections made al lowest rates.
)pen    Saturday    nign-.s   Trom  8  to  9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSI tK   BHflNUH
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
NOVELTY
IRON WORKS
W. CURR1E,  Manager.
Carriage Repairing, Shoeing
and General Blacksmlthlng.
Lagging Camp and Structural Iron
Work Specialty.
Betcble Street.
Obntlnflte  Hornl   Invalid..
"A king has Ihe right to die, but not
the right to bo ill." said Louis XVIII.
to his doctors, forbidding them at tlio
same time to publish the truth about
his condition. Alexander I., perhaps in
Imitation of the Bourbon he had helped
to his throne, acted U|K>n the same
principle, though he did not embody It
In n paradoxical epigram. For more
than forty-eight hours- namely, during
Nov. 12 aud 13, 1825���he obstinately
refused to be bled, notwithstanding
the urgent iiersuaslon to that effect of
tils own physician, Jiimes Wellye, nnd
of Stoptlngen, the medical attendant
of the empress. On tho 11th, toward
eveulng, Wallye, finding all persuasion
useless, plainly told the czar tlint, having refused the aid of science till It
wns too late, he had no resource left
tfirt the aid of religion. "And 1 have
an Iden that that will prove a broken
reed to you," said the blunt physlclnn,
a worthy predecessor of Zncharln. "I
am afraid that religion will be of little
use to the man whose obstinacy In re-
(Using all medical aid Is tantamount to
suicide." Thirty hours Inter the eldest
sou of Paul I. bad breathed his last.
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THOS. R. PEARSON
M3���One hundred and sixi y   acres.beauttfuliy   situated on   the
south.an Blope oi ine serpentine Valley; first-class land, fronting on
the Clover Valley Road: near I he railroad and river; goon road:
land Is very productive; about 60 acres In first-class condition.
Good ami convenient buildings.   All necessary implements and stock.
This is well   worth  investigation.    Price, $90 per acre.
1027 An unusually good buy. One hundred and sixty acres; 60
to 75 acres under tirst-ciass cul livatlon; 9 acres under hops, ail in
good shape; iu-roomed dwelling in good condition, barn BOxtoU; hop
kiln and bailing room m good condition; the buildings on the plana
are worth at least i.i.tioo. Bert and creek runs through t tie? property
This is a most desirable farm; from $2,500 to $3,6UU per year can
be taken oft it.    Price, $000 c ash.
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ment Bhou ' ' i,��' Into Immediate con
Bideration  some    method    thai    will
lumodj   lilt- condition of affairs.
Mr. Hawthornthwaite nald Ihat although be brought forward ibis resolution be did not want to BUggest
that all slaughter houses were unsanitary. There were some notable
exceptions to
public health was serlousds Impaired, toria university, rendered vacant by
An invest gallon into Lhe matter In the death of Dr, Badgley, has been
the United States had revealed the tilled by the appointment of Rev.
fact   that   many    diseases    hid  been  l'rof.  Bluett,   Ph.   I).,  of  W>esley col-
inosi respected citizians, took s head-
."die powder Thursday nighl and ii" I
shortly afterwards, it Is believed he
was poisoned.
Rev.   Prof.   Bluett  Appointed.
Toronto.  March  10.���TWe    chair   of
.laiing from  April  I.
Mr. Kershaw returned Friday night
from  Olvnipia,  where he had  In ��� -n   in
conference with the governor, who
expressed his Intention to adhere to
ids purposta of continu' ig Mr. Kit-
haw In office until September i If he
so desired.
Since    returning    home    Mr.    Ker-
baw, after reflection, wrote tho gov-
rule under which the|mental and moral phylosophy in VIc-|ornor as above, saving in brief    tIS-it
he doubted very much whether it
would be to the best Inttu-ests of lhe
early, the Industry or Ilie governor
for him to remain In office for three
months    or six  months,  under exist-
Spread     by    conditions    existing    in  lege.  Winnipeg, a former graduate of i ing  ctrcumstano
slaughter houses.
Mr. Hawthornthwaltfi read an open
letter from a resident of Greenwood,
detailing ,. most horrible condition of
affairs, diseased hog.-, having been
killed, dressed and sold for local consumption. He thought ihat enough
had been >..id to show that a menace
to public health existed, and until a
more perfect system of Inspection
was adopted the danger would not be
removed.
Hon. Mr. Tatlow said there was no
doubt   this  motion   should   pass,  and
he  begged  to  assure  the  house  that(
Hie department  would do Its utmost
to enforce Its provisions.
J.  R.  Brown wished to say that no'
blame    whatever    attached    to    Dr.
Fagan.  who  had   been  most   indefatigable in the discharge of his duties,
and   who  bad   done  all   that  the  law
Victoria   university.
and  that    therein!'.'  he would  turn  the office over to
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RILEY   FOR   SENATE.
| his   successor  April
| was   reached  after
Rlseland,
1.   The   decision
talk     wifli   Mr.
Ottawa, March 12.���Of the
British     Columbia     seven   only
Messrs, Ross, Macphereon, Gai-
liher and Kennedy have arrived.
Mr. Riley Is on deck. His
commission tis senator will be
Issued this week, when he takes
his seat. Ralph Smith is expected to be here today.
William Sloan had to leave
the train at Calgary owing to
the illness of his wife, who was
with him.
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SATISFIES    PACKERS.
Alaska    Salmon    Men    Have    Further
Conference  at  Washington.
Washington, March 10.���A long
��� conference was held today between representatives of the Alaska salmon
I puckers and officials of the depnit-
j ment of commerce and labor in rt>-
lgard to the provisions of the bill to
I regulate the Alaska fisheries.
The members of the house committee ou territories had agreed to accept
any bill which the packers and the depart ment may agree upon.
The   packers  are  satisfied  that   the
outcome will he entirely satisfactory
to them.   The revised draft of the bill
J JI which it  is proposed to enact  will he
w] submitted    to    the    committee   next
week.
"Blie Mlnl��lrr-�� Tnrtnn.
Every chin of Scottish highbinders
had Its own tartnn, or striped colored
cloth, of which the kilt and plaid were
made. It Is not so well known, however, that the clergy of the highbinders down to a recent date used a tartan
for their weekday dress. The tnrtnn
of the clergy, as It was called, yvns a
sober cloth of white, black and gray
stripes. Ministers who did not care to
dou the kilt almost nlwnys wore the
pluhl or mantle of this material. In
the eighteenth century when the high-
landers seldom went unarmed It was
the custom of some clergymen to wear
swords even at church and to tie accompanied by n gillie, or servant, carrying a bow and sheath of arrows.
Nothing could better Illustrate the disturbed state of those times than this
practice on the part of the men who
were pre-eminently preachers of peace
and universal good will. -Scotsman.
An   Artlata'   rurndlao.
Capri, beautiful In Itself as a winter
resort, offi-.'s an irresistible invitation
to artists, since it has au iuu where
any one, by painting a picture ou tin
wall, can get free board. To the lovely
island of Capri, v��lth lis perennial
summer, it-i blue grotto und its lemon
groves, went some tlfty years ago an
anlst aluiu.sl ou tbe Verge of ruin. Hi
opened an inn and died rich. Iu his
will, leaving the inn to his heirs, he
marie these conditions:
"The charge per day, two bottles of
retl Cnprl wine included, is never to be
more than li francs. If any artist Is
loo poor to pay he shall paint, a picture
qpon   some   wall  space,   receiving   all
the accommodations accorded to those
paying tho highest price, if any German artist shall come to the Iuu he
shall be accommodated and shall receive tho amount Of his fare to Oermany upon his promise nuver to return
to Italy."
The inn is Conducted today on these
conditions, Its walls are covered with
pal&ttngs.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail
Butchers
For your next order of meat.
Columbia Street
Old   li.Kll.li   retire.
Halfpence and farthings were not
coined In Kngland tiefore the time of
Edward I., and until they were the
penny, which was then made of silver,
was Issued deeply Indented with a
cross In order that It might be broken
Into two pieces for Ini If pennies or Into
four things, or farthings. The sliver
penny was the first coin of the Anglo-
Saxons struck In England. In 1072 an
authorised coinage of copper pennies,
halfpennies nnd farthings wns established. Silver farthings ceased to be
coined under Kilward VI. and silver
halfpennies under the commouvrealth.
Natural   l.linlrtM.
Interesting experiments have been
made to test the power of root penetration ln various soils. An excavation
was made some six feet In depth, so- as
to leave a vertical wall of soil. Against
this a Jet of water wns played from n
garden sprinkler until tbe earth was
washed away and the roots of growing
plants were laid bare. Roots thus exposed In a fleld of rye and In one of
benns and ln n bed of garden pens and
all tbe appearance of n matted felt of
white fibers, which spread downward
about four feet. Similar inspection of
rooti; of wheat showed that in seven
months they hud reached a depth of
Hire* ie-et and a half. The root fibers
of both malre and clover have been
traced to a depth of ten feet lo a light,
rich, sandy soli.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, j
Manufacturers of '
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co. |
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VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Hor.elm. rarrlnivea In 104a.
In one of the letters of Oral I'atln,
written ln 1046, the learned bibliophile
ssyn: "It Is true that there Is here
au Englishman, the son of a Frenchman, who proposes to make carriages
that will roll from Paris to Fontalne-
bleu without horses ln a dny. The new
machine Is preparing ln the Temple.
If It should succeed there will be a
great saving of bay and oats, which are
at present extremely costly."
Royal City Fish Co.
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Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
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ihlpment of
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Large shipment ol
Capt.
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Mikkelsen   Tells
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Waters.
What   He
Arctic
In-
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$5.00
Gold Fillings
$1.00
Bridge Work, per tooth
$5.00
Gold Crowns
$5.00
Silver Fillings
50c
Platina Fillings
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Victoria, March it. EJnar Mlkkel
i 'ii. the noted Antic explorer, who
beads  the   Anglo-American   polar  ex
 Iltlon, is   in Victoria,   negotiating
im  the   purchase   of   oi f   the
��� ii..mn is of the sealing flee! for the
voyage of exploration in the Arctic,
on which he in company with Mr.
Lefflngwell, a geologist ot Knoxvllle,
Illinois, nnd nine or ten others, Including some ".dentists, will atari
toon from Victoria with tin1 object,
im of finding the north pole, but of
locating a large Island, the existence
of   which   Is  indicated,  in   tile opinion
of Captain Mikkelsen and other
bclentists, by the tides, currents und
ether  conditions   In   the   llcu'ifoit   les
of the Arctic ocean
Captain  Mikkelsen said:    "1   shall
outfit and start from Victoria on
my Arctic expedition. This is the
logical, and. lo my mind, the best
place lo start from. 1 have been looking   over   schooners     elsewhere,     and
since niv arrival have been negotlal
inn  for  tb.e  purchase  of one of    (lie
beating schooners   in ibis   city,   al
though   nothing   definite   has   been
done. The object of ibis trip
will  be
Arctic    waters
whh b
land   al  Ihe clue of tho  shelf If fur,
ther   land  exists,
"The funds for the exploration have
.���'���ii raised mostly by subscription,
my partner, Mr, Lefflngwell, being .i
11 mi i Ibutor, 1 still nc..I about |'
sir Edward Markham of the Royal
. ,ii sot i' i ..!!���! Mi'' lini hesa
ol Bedford have given mi
Bistance in England, nnd man; con
trlbutors have given monej foi the
purpose in 'in' United States, Tho
tiip is under the auspices or both the
Royal Geographical society and tic
American c.ool phli ot letj. 'lie
funds now at  my disposal will in in.
the trip, but another Ji.'  would be
verj useful in providing further ne
cessltles. As for the seamen, ll is
expected that 1 will gel some volunteers in Victoria, and l would be glad
if anj seamen who would ni<" to
make the voyage would apply to me
at   the   llriard   hotel   for  berths.
"It Is our Intention, if the Bealing
schooner for which 1 am now no
gotiating enn lie secured, to atari
from Victoria before many months
and proceed through Behring straits
into the Arctic, skirting the coast line
until we reach Cape Bathurst, whence
we will voyage across to Hanks
Island nnd skirt the coast lo the
northwest polni of the island. Where
we   will   make  a   station   and  the sell-j
ooner will    he   placed   in   quarters
while   parlies     are     organised   to    do
scientific   work,   which   will  occupv  al
couple   of   years.   The   vessel   will   re I
main meanwhile at Cape Kellett. One
party win no over to Prince Patrick
island to make some geographical
ami enthnological   explorations.   This
trip  will  be  made  in   lhe  spring    of I
1907, and besides   Investigating   the
native tribes and learning what call
be learned concerning them and their
mode of life und Investigating the lis
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    sources of lhe    Islands,    in   furs    ot
the fourth i have made   to otherwise, a search along the edge of
I     have     made     two   lhe continental shelf will  be made so
R0SSI.A1 RUMORS
Al ORE SKEWS
Important   Strike   in  the   Le   Rci   Reported���Copper   Business
Improves.
Rosslaml     March   10    Thi
were rurthet Btrong run ors of a
ii  ihe  Le  K"i,
but   il ��� ... ment,    when    seen,
manift ��� mc retli em e      Still
ib.' Information t omes from i acb an
������     i ���   ii ,,i  there  Is everj
'but n verj important an-
uounci ment mil bi made v. ithin the
next few days "i one ot the bees, and
largest strikes that has been made In
the   1.,'   Itoi
The I,.' itui So 2 is engaged in de-
veloplng what is probably th" longest
ore-shoot in British Columbia on the
."ii foot level ih'' ore-shoot is 1.2U0
!'��� in length, and with the exception
ot about iuu feet, which is compara-
tlvelj barren, is high-grade ore, which
will  easily   avesage 110 to  the ton.
nnd ill  placet It runs as high as $275
to the ton. As soon as the drift along
this shoot is completed, prospecting
will he commenced above and tieiow
tn determine its dimensions In these
directions, it is estimated by conservative mining men that ihe Le
Itoi No. 2 should milk" a profit lilts
year of :it least half u million dollars
The following ii" Hi" shipments for
I he  week:
Tons.
 a,7S0
 2,800
     580
100
 a
7.260
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FIRE   DESTROYS   EYESORE.
Houses   in   Restricted   District   of   Na-
kusp are Burned  Down.
Nakusp,   March   10.���During   a   raging wind-storm    this   evening, three
houses   of   the   prohibited   district   un
Main   street,   were      binned     to     the
trips to Greenland   farther  north  and
accompanied ihe Baldwin polar expedition on board the Eagle in 1900.
making my lirsl Arctic trip when but
17 years of age���is to find land north
of Alaska or the Canadian northwest.
There are certain conditions which
indicate the presence of a large
ot undiscovered land in the li
Sea,  islands  or  something,
, rents, Udet,    and general
I indicate land.
"It  is my intention to make sound
1 ings through the ice, going from a
depot in which the schooner will
anchor  off    the  northwest    of  Hanks
I Island to 150 west and ,6.80 north,
taking provisions for 140 days���the
calculations   for  this  day   have  been
1 made with thoroughness���and these
soundings will clearly Indicate
whether it  will be necessary    to pro-
' ceed farther north In search of the
land which  1  firmly  believe exlsis in
I the Beaufort sea. If I do not find it I
shall be considerably surprised,
though of course there is nothing
certain   In   this  world   but  death  and
j taxes.
"Scientists who have investigated
She reports of CondlljifaJ in that locality are all of the opinion Unit 1
Khali be successful in locating the
land which 1 seek. 1 will make
soundings, anyhow, until I conic to
continental ledge, and
the depth' w|ll
that the shore line may be correctly
mapped.  Then  too, our scientists  will
engage In hydrographlc work, which
will  doubtless lie of much  Interest   to
geographers.
"While the schooler Is at the station at Oape Kellett, at the northwest corner of Hanks Island, It is also
our intention to send a party to fe
discover, if possible, the ship investigator and what remains there of
the expedition of Captain McClUre,
This expedition,  which  went  north  in
1860, explored the northwest passage
and its shore line from 1 Mr. 1 lo 1ST,:!.
Captain MoClure was sent north after
Franklin lost his life, and his vessel.
the Investigator, was lost, and with
it considerable valuable data regarding  his Investigations."
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Centre star
Le Hoi..   ..
Le itoi No
Jumbo.. ..
Total.
Total  for the yi
59.41B
INDIAN   AGENT   EXCITED.
Offi
from this house most of the furniture
Was rescued.
It   was  only  through   the strenuous.
efforts   Of   a   large   volunteer   brigade   Hie edge of lhe
thai  the  surrounding    buildings,  par-; If I go over the edge ^^^
ticularly   Abrlel's   hall   and  the   gov- at once indicate whether further land
ernment office were saved. (,xis(3 there ()l. nol     Th,,���
The   loss   sustained     hv  the   Revel-j . ���      ,i   i   i���..���uiv
stoke  and   local   Owners  is not  gre;'!""!""",n   ,llL'   Bearon   '"   Il'at   l0CaUt>
Threatens to  Call  for Troops   If
ciats Do Not Perform Duty.
North Yakima, March 10.���Agent
Jay Lynch, of the Yakima reservation,
Is much worked up over the way the
local authorities handle the Indian
murder cases on the reservation".
Recently an Indian woman and her
child were found murdered alone in a
house. The sheriff and prosecuting
attorney were notified, but neither of
these officials went to the trouble to
Investigate the matter, stating that
there was no use. as a conviction
could not be secured with Indian testimony.
Mr. Lynch charges the murder of
Mrs. Buchanan, a few days ago, to
Willie Btamlll. The agent says he
will soon have enough testimony to
convict  the Siwash.    He threatens, If
Kelson, March 10 \ heavj mi put
of ore is maintained over the whole
district and there me Immediate
prospects of a still farther Increase
in tonnage. The Hall Mines smelter
and the plant at I'ilto Hay are finishing the new Improvements. A notice-
iilile   feature   of   last     week   was   tho
largelj increasing shipments from the
copper   mine   in   Nelson   district,   the
Eureka. Total shipments for the week
were 88,360 tons, made up oi 18,000
tons from the Boundary, ten shippers,
of which the chief are the Urtinliy,
Mother Lode, Btemwlnder, Sunset,
Ore Denoro, Emma and Rawhide tl
6,670 from Russhiiiil, four shippers,
Centre Star, l.e Rol, l,e Itoi 2, and
Jumbo, nnd 1.I1S0 from Shiran and
Koolenay. 1t> shippers, the chief bo.
Ing St. Eugene. Sullivan and North
Star of East Kootenay and Hunter
V, Arlington, Eureka, Black Prince
and Ymlr of the district nearer to
Nelson. The total shipments for the
year are :inS,22R tons.
The various smelters received ore
a' follows: Cranhy, 1X,s:t9 tons;
Trail, 7,fil0; Dominion Copper, riTififi;
H. C. Copper, :!,K6:t; Hall Mines, lis?;
.-.larysvllle, 500.
LAYING   RAILS  TO   NICOLA.
Contractor  for  C.  P.  R.   Says  Trains
Will   be   Running by   May   1.
if the com<
oust met ing
P  it. from
SBterday in
thai  the Urn-
.lames   A.   Macdonell,     i
tract ing firm    which is i
lhe Nicola branch of the C
Spence's   Bridge,  spent
Vancouver,    lie
slati
ground, as the   i
pipe.     Only   one
.'Stilt
was
of n defective I and the town is r.d  Of a decided eye
occupied,
sore from its verj  centre
������   abandon   the   searcn   In
and follow the edge of the continental
shelf, for there Is a tendency to raise
I shall the local Officers do not look after Ihe
reservation belter, lo call for troops
and run the reservation under martial law.
..A and rock work is about completed,
and rail laying will now be commenced in earnest. Sonic rails have already been laid, and It Is expected
that trains will lie running 0V8
new line by May 1.
the
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THE DAILY NEWS
Cut Prices...     SERMONS   IN   CITY   CHURCHES
To Introduce
Stransky's Agateware
��K!^ 50 Per Cent
See Display and Prices in Window
Kirk's Hardware.
Rev. J. S. Henderson Addresses the Soldier Boys���Rev.
Principal Sipprell Preaches Special Sermon in Queen's
Avenue Methodist Church���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor
M. A., Ph. D., and Rev. M. L. Rugg D. D., Expound
The Gospel. j
1'MACK ATS
Books, Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Small Wares, Etc.
t
Thousands of writing  pads
from.
Hundreds of  papeteries, dozens of
We raise the quality of our   stock.
stock.       Over  50   kinds  to   select
kinds.
We   hold  the
prices  down.
J. J. MACKAY & CO.,
Wholesale and retail.
'��$-   L/OiumDia   btreet.
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W. E. FALES   I
;���; Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc. ;���;
fy px
Wall Paper,       Linoleum,       Oilcoths,       Carpets,
Perambulators, Etc., Carpets Sewn and Laid.
Undertaking in all its branches promptly attended to.
Picture Framing.
ST.    ANDREWS.
St. Andrew's church was full to tbe
doors lust evening. A and B coiit- i
panies of the D. C. O. it. attended the
service and the Rev. Mr. Henderson
took for his text: "The Glory of
Young Men in Their Strength."
Prov. 20:29, and spoke as follows.
it is wonderful bow many nt the
heroes of the Bible were young men,
ii is unquestionably the young man's
book, lis greatest storj Is the storj
ot ii young man. A young man who
came so near to us tbat we call him
brother; who puts within reach of
every young man undreamed
grandeur and dignity ol character and
.if", and   possibilities  unlimited.
This is one of the many beautiful
things said In the Bible of young mi n
The wise man i.; pointing oul that
just ns the different seasons of tl>
eai have l beii peculiar beaut y and
glory so the different periods of
:i life have each their Bpei tal
charm. To old age belongs reflection,
meditation and wii.dom. To youth,
��� nergy, robustness and activity.
Young life, except It be abnormal,
Is the time of activity. The blood
dances to lively measures, the limbs
, re elastic, the Intellect is nimble,
the affections strong. "The glory of
young nun is their Btrength." Men
look with admiration and awe upon
great    power   wherever     seen
lower forces  into sympathy and
vice.
It should lie consecrated. It Is not
tne man who fires at the whole target
hut the man who aims at the hull's
eye that wins tbe prize. The wise
gardner does not suffer the sap to
ne diverted with a thousand channels merely to develop a myriad of profitless 'wins, he prunes the off-shoots
and leaves the vital pieces to be ab
borbed bj  a  few vigorous fruit beat
ser-1 stands  in  the  light  must  show  him-
self u man.
Struggle, service, sacrifice, toll are
words to he known and understood in
every path of achievement whether It
runs on earth or heads at last to
heaven.
The victories of the Cross, two thousand years ago or ioda> have meaning only for him who in spirit stands
beside thai cross and sees those victories there.   There are all grades and
Carpet
Arriving
100 pieces of Carpet, just received ex. Blue Funnel liner.
Tapestry, Brussels, Wilton and
Axniinst.-r. Come and get first
choice.
A splendid
sort ment.
line of good  as-
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia  and  229 to   241   Front   Streets.   Uupont   Block,
For the Week...
Taylor's Toilet Soaps
ing branches. So the one prudence of (lasses of Christians in this day as in
life is concent rat ion.   The meat men Christ's day.    Peter was a Christian
ami women    who Btand   out    in the the   moment   be   decided   to   follow
"\  pages of history are those who said Christ, bul   when    the    testing tlmt
0   like Paul "This one thing l do." came and the faith of  n was weal.
li should be consecrated. There la he gave it all up and said I go aflsh
n0 grander sight in historj than that Ing, when he should have Btarted i
of Jesus consecrating himself to his revival to Inspire the flagging zeal o
refused  to assumi
and  went  back tt
A   large  shipment   just   opened out.     See   our   window
Note These Prices
displa}
5c per Box   Pearl Toilet  Soap
10c  per  Box ���Palm  Toilet   Snap
15c per Box    Sweet   Violet.  White Carnation,
25c per Box    Valley  Violet,  l.a Prance ll	
clover. Oatmeal, VeBta Violet, etc.
25c  per dozen    Old   Brown  Windsor.
June H
���tel    Sweel
mission on the banks of tin-
Jordan. All life hs Tune more
acred, more noble since l hal hour,
.'\!.ike the most of ii young friends.
i on i u and then you will con-
t ol ai1".  consecrate.
Q. o    AVENUE    METHODIST.
(Rev. Principal Sipprell, of Columbian
College, special Speakei. I
Text:   "If   we   wall,   in   the   light   as
he is in the liuht."
1. There are great types of lit" in
every  nation.    Politicians, financiers,
Who business men. Bcfkolars Christians,
large     There
his comrades, he
any   responsibility ^^^^^^^^^^^
the old life and the former bome, bul
when Christ had finished his work
and persuaded Peter to come Into the
light as He was in the light, Pete]
was enabled to inspire others with the
vision of the inheritance. Incorruptible, and undeflled, reserved In heaven
lor those who are kept by the powei
of God through faith unto salvation.
The Prodigal Son was alright as ,i
prodigal, but it was all wrong to remain a prodigal. Having left his
sinful ways it was for biia now to
prove himself a man.
Even the rich  young man  who had
GEO. ADAMS.
FRESH GROCERIES
We aim to keep our stock
quire for Immediate sale.
We  hav
Evaporated Prunes
Evaporated Apricots    ��
Try a pound of our Fresh
Try a pound of Maravella
35c or ;! His. for $l.uu
Fresh never buying more than we re
e nice fresh
Evaporated Apples
Evaporated Peaches
Ground Coffee al   10c Ib.
Ten al 46c lh.. or our Special Tea at
. Columbia Street.     -     Telephone 176. $
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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.
T. J. Trapp & Co, Ltd. j
thai   has   stood   In   one  of  our   targe      The,.e    are    p^mclaus,    financiers, i
foundries  and   watched   those  knives , kept, the law was good In that he had
,  a u      business   men   and   I linsiians   whose   .  ��� ,  _���  ���.������������   , ..   , ,  ,,   ,
cut   bars of iron  four and  five inches 'tone  no  wrong,  bnt   he  might  be in
I.lick, us easy as a grocer cuts cheese. cause we wo,lM "'" advocate and thai case and he an inline, empty-
is tin! Impressed with the tremendous whose methods we would not follow, headed sissy of an individual. We
power behind them Who that has '"his is IU)t because politics or busi-1 are to be men, manly men, resolute
Eeen ,),,, volume of water that !"'ss '"' Christianity are not good injmen, men of determination, both as
tumbles over the precipice at Niagara, themselves bul because the many of|to denouncing sin and as to doing
or thai lias followed the trail of the ''"' modern representatives of the: some good In this world, and to be
fierce storm thai hurled the giants same present such a distorted view such we must leave the verge of shad-
Of the fores! into confusion, lias not "f principles that the good hardly 0W8 and walk in the light as He is in
been   impressed   with   the   power   of j preponderates    over    that    which  in the light.
il lements. i!"'m we mu8t reject. And how is He in the light,   in thai
Hut there are few sights so Impres- 2. All Christians and many who do He did no sin, and He lived lo please
slve as lining manhood in its youth- not espouse the cause of Christ walk Him who sent Him to redeem the
fnl power and vigor of faculty, eager in the light. They can hardly do world, and to keep from sin and to
lor the Btruggle of life, anxious to otherwise in a land flooded with the .please God is the only path for the
try Its mettle against the world; light of Christian civilization. Moral- man who desires to he one of God's
conscious of its strength, looking out  ly, physically, intellectually, spiritual- own.
upon the future bright  with  hope and  ly,   there   are   many   who   excel,   who ��� 1
prospect,   a   future    iii     which   fancy  are  not   in  our chinches aud  who do        WEST   END   PRESBYTERIAN.
paints  bright   plotures and   rears  its noi name the name of Jesus. It should  fRev -\
lowering castles. not  be.    The Christian man ought to
This sirength which is their |)(> a better man morally and Spirit-
strength is partly physical. The ually, for be claims to follow a diviner
princes of Mldian looking at the ideal and to be moved by a diviner
Stalwart  form of young Gideon said:  Impulse.
It is an unpleasant reflection on the
church of Jesus Christ that the man
on the outside can say and truthfully,
I am as good as he, Why is it? It
is because many professing Christians
do the things the man of the street ot
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Telephone 97.       ...
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"As ii man Is so is lib
AS a man is physically
strength.     A   strong
strength."
so   is   his
frame  and   com-
Headquarters for
Farming Implements
and Machinery	
Complete line of Carriages and Farm Wagons.
Hardware, Stoves and Ranges.
Auction Sale every Friday   at  the Market Square.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.,
COLUMBIA   STREET, NEW  WESTMINSTER,
B.  C.
fg&K*Z<sX<*"K���*XW
The Leading Jeweler
Everything in the Jewelery Line
Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Etc.
Cut Glass and Ebony Goods
inanding presence ranked higher
among the ancients than lu our day.
Hut it counts still. Other things being equal a man's productive value
is io be estimated mathematically upon the basis of physique. "Horn weak
and nerveless he likes to be carried
and so impedes life's onward march,
ilorn vigorous and rugged be helps
to clear the way for th.2 onward
march."
These bodies are wonderful m.v
Chines; if wisely managed capable of
great achievements. We may not he
able to add a cubit to our stature, but
, we can do much to promote health,
it lengthen muscle and limb and give
dignity to personal presence
This  strength  which  is  their  glory
Is partly  mental.    As a  man  is Intel
icciiially,  so Is    his    strength
greatest   wastes  of  life  are   through
^^       Watllaw Taylor       ^^^^^
minister.)
Peter I, 3-5:���"Blessed be The God
'and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
which     according    to  his    abundant
I mercy,   hath   begotten  us  again  unto
a lively hope, hy the resurrection of
j Jesus Christ from the dead, to an Inheritance incorruptible, and undeflled,
and  that  fadeth  not  away,    reserved
: in heaven for you, who are kept bty
^ i the power of God through faith unto
the woman of society does; things not salvation, ready to be revealed In the
necessarily sinful but things that man-|iast time."
"Sojourners scattered abroad,"
was the apostolic description of the
early church, and, after the lapse of
the centuries, Christians are still the
  same.     Pilgrims   seeking   an   abiding
adjudged that type of religion a city afar and receiving, in an imper-
sickly specimen, and in no feet communion one with another,
finds amusement in cards, dancing and j only partial sympathy and support.
theater-going. They may not destroy To the Apostles the Christian church
it, but the professing Christian is one is the true Israel of God, inheriting
who proclaims himself as aiming to | the promises and maintaining ihe
make manhood and where he is found I hope rejected by the Jewish nation,
doing aught else, he falsifies his claim.' In a great sustained metaphor Peter
The world would be saved from sin applies io that church all the history
'��� more rapidly if those ln our churches of the chosen people. Throughout Iho
1(1  would   all   walk  where    they    should : entire   epistle,   In   allusion   after  alln-
Ifest no line of demarcation between'
him who knows Jesus and him who
knows hi in not. There are things
thai are questionable If not sinful,
and  the worldly minded man himself
Soft Pelt
Hats
Are out of the Ordinary.
New Colors and New Shapes.   All the Best Makers.
A Specialty of Young Men's Shapes.
PRICES--$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Phillips
The Cash Clothier
that    we
His praises.
might
Suitable for all  occasions.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN,
Columbia   Street.
Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds	
Amount of Assets, legitimate a nd solid, now exceeds
is a company of pollc y-holders, by policy-holders, tor policy
S44,UUU,UU0.00
. jjy.oim.OilO.OO
This
holders.
OIIH MtlTIU:
Possible Outlay.
1 ne
targes t amount of Assurance for the Least
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone 85.
ignorance. Failure Is want of knowledge. Success is knowing how.
Bacon said "Knowledge is power."
But long before he said il a wiser
than he said "If the iron be blunt,
und he do not whet lhe edge, then
must be put to more Btrength, but
wisdom is profitable to direct."
The day of the stone hatchet and
blunt axe Is past, in every calling18eaa 0( jjfe
the demand is for men of Intelligence Many men
and brains. So you need to Improve
your minds, have your eyes and ears
open, your wits awake, make companions of the best books, books Ihat
j make you think, widen the range of
your vision, broaden your sympathies
Head   and   think.     Think   and
This  si rength  which  is  theli
In   the  light   as  he   is  In   the
walk   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
light."
il. The measure of light in which I
Head is due to the amount I wish to
tread  in.
God cannot make u man of me unless 1 let   Him.    The responsibility of
manhood rests with me, not with God.
I may skirt tbe shore or ride the high
and He will not Interfere,
today  have  bin  a  Christianized  respectability  and   they   imagine they have a religious experience.
They   abate   not   their   society   balls,
their    card    parties, their  social  excesses,  however strongly  the  church
may  call  them to the  front  rank of j the children
readtlauty.     They  walk in the light, they
glory  can hardly walk elsewhere unless they
lory and eternal peace everything I ling enthusiasm, join in his raptur-
looks forward. Then shall we know | oils doxology. God Himelelt has
complete deliverance from moral and i "called us out of darkness into His
physical evil ami the perfect satis- marvellous light'
taction of a soul at rest in its prede- then "show forth
stined home.    But    leven    while   the |
Apostle speaks   of that    Inheritance, BAPTIST.
he  is  conscious    that  Canaan    could j     A|   Uu,  ()Hvi,,   H.1||tis(    ohuron  last
supreme j (,vt,nins Dr, Rugg took for the basis
^^^^^^ insecure   0j   |lis   remarks:   "And   being  in    an
tenure   Israel   held   the   land,   defiling i :;cony    he  prayed    moil.!    earnestly;
li   by  gross  impurity,  and  oxperteiuy
ing continually disappointment.   This
inheritance is "incorruptible."   lever-
an
lasting,   "undeflled,"     without
stain   of   sin,   and   "unfading,"
wearying    or    disappointing.
over    It   Is  absolutely  secure.
any
never
More-
It     is
is  largely  moral  and spiritual.    More' g0  t0  the  restricted  districts  of our
man  anything  else character  deter-Lity, but tney do not walfcta the light
mines   your    power    for    conquering .,��� He ls in the ,ipht        ���
life's    difficulties    and acompllshing      ���,.          ,         ��� ,.   , ,, ,
,    _.,       .��� .    .. '             '���    There  Is  a light  in  a  man which
good.    This will be tbe gunge of your            ,     ..     ,, . .    ��� ,    ,
.. ,.     _..:        niay be the light of darkness, and if
personal force In the world.    Without
moral  back bone you might  as well
be a jelly fish for any solid good you
how
I
���
T
We Have Listed With Us Two Fine Ranches.
Could be rented with privilege of buying.
Near the best shipping port in the country.
No. 1 ���160 acres, 35 acres seeded; 6 room  house,   barn 34x34  stable,
fine well and creek, 1 mile from school, lots of  fruit.    Could  be
bought for $2600, $500, balance arranged, or would rent $50 and
taxes for the first year.
No. 2���15 acres, 10 acres cultivated, best soil,   7 room  house,   large
barn 52x34, 1-2 mile   from   station,   good   orchard,   woodshed,
stable with 8 stalls.     $3,000,   $500 cash,  balance arranged,   or
1 would rent for $200 with the use of 2 cows, horse and buggy.
iMcLEOD, MARK & CO., Real Estate and Insurance, gJs '&/'���
the   light   Is   In   the   darkness,
great is that darkness.
4. Why do not men walk in the
light? It is because they are unwilling to face tho struggle involved. God
knows no way of salvation except by
"Fight the good fight." To
Him that overcometli" are the watchwords of Him who promises to men
salvation  and life eternal.
��� ���i....,���o     Win or die.   Come into the light or ,._
s always, 7 the worm may pity
strength Isooner or lilter we fal1 back lnt0 the hearts  should  exult
shadows from which perhaps we may 1 """i"  of    tha nn
will do.
This strength  which  is  your glory
should   be   controlled.     Youth   ls   impatient  of restraint, but the pathway,
to greatness lies along this line.   You!^ruBB,Ie
cannot command until you first learn
to    obey.      When    power      becomes
master  and  goes out     from  beneath
Ihe hand of wise control it is always
destructive.       Know     your
;>\V  cJtatral  tt.    Sin is the struggle
for supremacy between animal forces I uover come-
and higher spiritual powers. Paul j The shadowed way ls the easy way-
Bald "I keep my body under." The j because It is the lazy way. It is easier
passions down stairs must be subor-S| lo linger In the valleys than to climb
dinated to the people up stairs. The! the hills but we see no vision there,
problem of life Is for the upper man | Easter to linger ln the shadows than
' to    educate,    control,    transmit    the'o  come  Into  the light  for  he  who
slon,    that     metaphor    is    continued
from  the exodus  to the captivity.  As
Israel was chosen of God and divided _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
from the nations. Christians are cull- never adequately typify its
el of Him an'l sot apart unto a excellence. It was by
spiritual separation, As Israel entered into a covenant of obedience al
tbe foot of Sinai, Christians have entered into a new covenant at Mount
Calvary, and find it to lie, even as
ilie old, "unto obedience." Strangers
.md pilgrims, enduring, for a season,
in heaviness through manifold temptations, the trial of their faith, the
wilderness of the wanderings is still
round about them, and its burdens
lie heavily upon them. Born to troiir
ble as the sparks fly upward, none of
of men Is exempt from
the common lot.    Sickness  und sorrow.
I bereavement  and  death  fall   upon  all
i alike.     But   those   who   would   follow
I Christ   must  submit    to many  afhMc-
jtions   peculiarly  their  own.    Day  by
1 day they must encounter a thousand
I influences    warring      against     their
i highest  interests,  and.  In  addition toil"��� a~���  --   -������   r;     ",���._...    in
the   ordinary   sorrows     of   life,     the Ug���* g*a weak^Ihtsuope
burden    of    that    ceaseless    conflict ; 1 ou 1   of tr 11.  inoi ���
weighs  upon  their  spirits.   But   even  tor I   ��    a UWng nopB.   "���*
,��� the wilderness    with its tempta-Uwfr ��opposed to *J^��*JJ55
tlons  and   trials,   they   are  abundant-  ot  th    W�����^ '"        ,     ,f   Each   v|c.
lv blessed. Ever at the close of   the: in  the  present   "'�� . (h    fl    ,
toilsome day's march they can lift up j tory gained  is a pledge of tbe nna.
their eyes to the far-off hills of   the
promised  land,  and  the  light   which
sweat  was as  It   were great
Of      blood    falling      to    the
'���I tike 22;   ll.
heme    was   Introduced     with
"reserved in heaven." under the loving guardianship   of   God   Himself.
Nor is that all. A whole generation
of Israel turned back at Kadesh
Barnea and died in the wilderness.
This Inheritance is for those "who
are kept by the power of God."
Persevering "through faith" not one
pilgrim shall fall by the way. The
s.ure hoi la of unfailing blessedness
should irradiate the life of every
Christian.
But,  while  the  goal    may  be certain,  it  Is  afar  off,  and  the  distant
ot  his
agony
and his
drops
ground.
The   iiieiiie     ...... 	
lhe remark, that the important!; of
the events before and after those of
ilcthseinane have often caudad little
attention to be paid to that great act
in the world's redemption.
A drama ln which the chief actor
had to combat the powers of tevtl
and  of darkness.
The necessity for the suffering of
Christ  was then shown.
Calvary was the closing act of the
atonement, but had there Vt^en no
Gethsemane there could have been
no Calvary. The strength to suffer on
thtj cross was gained at Gethsemane.
The  audience  were  reminded  that
11  had  their Calvaries, their  suffer-
prospect  of  even   the
id  tbe  msiani'iiu  mm  mo,.   v.�� ,   ....
gitaatest  good I mg to bear, and that they were only
' ��� strength gained    in secret
the
bathes  Its    distant    peaks    Illumines
their hearts with hope.
No matter what may be our lot,
triumph, for it Is won by the power
of the new life Ingotten by the
spirit of God. Born again, the
Christian walks, as a beloved child, ln
the comfort of the Father, and, be-
���"    the
No matter what may be our lot. 'f',0|.iinK the "abundant mercy," the
we are God's children, it is glorious: ' re,���n klndrl3ss. which sought
with   untold  blessings.    Even    while! fouml    hlm,      has     continually
the world may pity or desnlse us, our
at  the  contem
and found him, has
springing up In his heart this hope
which can surmount every trial, it
is Indeed a hope which "maketh not
! I oshamed" because the love of God is
ln our hearts by
which    ls  given
the
unto
fVitiqn  of    the great    and    certstin
mercies God  has prepared  for us.  As
a freo gift, of Jthe divine powt��r  the 1
Inheritance is ours. As each Israelite j JJ?,3a j"""011,"
found his Inheritance   or portion    lu j Ho,,y  ^host
the  material  rest  of Canaan,    so  fnr'us-
ns,  all  God's  promises  culminate    In!     Well      might      tho    Apostle      crv
'he celestial  blesWSwrt "nf "a sah'-i-  "Blessed  be  the  God  and  Father q|
tlon  prepared to be revealed' in the j our Lord Jeans Christ," and well may
last time."    To that day of final Vic-1 we,  with  quickening  love  and
kind
lorri�� by
praver.
The speaker pointed out that the
sweat of blood plainlv proved that
.he suffering of the redeemer blagan
long before the crucifixion. Gethsemane was the place ot mlental
agony.
Then from the fact the suffering of
the Saviour, both mental and
physical, was the means of accomplishing the great salvation, was unveiled the principle that all success
has to be bought with the expenditure of life.
That It was useless for the ir.iar-
c.hant to expect his business to
prosper unless he put himself in to
It.
Some churches who have had
everything ln th'alr favor, such as
wealth, honor, organization, have
failed to reach dying souls, because
the members had not put their laf%
into the work, they had niaver known
the agony ot a Gethsemane. THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY", MARCH  ,?, tiot
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MONDAY.   MARCH   12.   1906.
LESSON   AND   MORAL.
A le86 in that once might have l n
le,lined al  leisure is now being learned iindei painful pressure in the Aged
an   Infirm   newspaper   simp  of   New
Westminster.     There  Is a  moral  to
the lesson which runs as follows;
"WHEN  YOU  HAPPEN TO
CONTROL   THE   ONLY   AIR
GUo.     IN     A     COMMUNITY.
DON'T     USE     MUD     BALLS
FOP.   YOUR   AMMUNITION."
If Thomas Clifford, 61 P. P. tor New
Westminster, anticipated thai the provincial legislature would be prorogued
last Saturday night, as Unreliable Re
port sa\s be did, bis estimation of the
calibre of the stalwarts of tho opposition must have gone up a little in
the last forty-eight hours.
The weather man at Victoria who
encouraged us last Sat urday to talk
about the summer game of lacrosse
when he ought to have known that
tile elements were more favorable to
the game of ice hockey, was not
beard from as early as usual today.
Like the local M. P. P., he may have
been anticipating.
11 the prevailing wind fails to sweep
the dry leaves off the roof of your
house use a broom. Don't have the
firemen trying to get busy in too many
plac6s at the same time us was the
case  in   Vancouver  yesterday.
tVoo<lt-n LeKM II""- ll.-.-n Found T'.iiu
I'rulutlili Daktc Hi. I. to tile l're-
llirl.iliin l'-.rn���The l.t-ulun of I'arr
ln   I Iir   Mn.-.-.illi   ( i-ntnry.
Belzoui aud others found in au an-
tieut sarcophagus artificial teeth made
of sycamore wood. A set of artificial
teeth on tbe bridge work system was
also found lu un Etruscan skull of
about 300 A. D. Plaster restorations of
the none, ears and lips are clearly de-
acrlbed in Susruta about 800 B. C. But
tbe earliest representation of au artificial limb is that of a satyr who Is depicted with a wooden leg on a Greco-
Roman vase ln a collection at the
Louvre in Paris. In n Greco-Roman
mosaic there ls also a sportsman represented with a wooden leg. Both of
these are probably of tbe pre-Christian
period.
The oldest artificial leg still In existence was found in a tomb at Capua,
Italy, and is now preserved in Ihe mtl
scum of the Royal College of Surgeons,
London, where it is thus described In
tbe catalogue:
Roman artificial leg. The artificial
limb accurately represents the form of
the leg. It is made witli pieces of thin
pronze, fastened by bronze nails tn a
wooden core. Two iron bars, having
holes at their free ends, are attached to
tbe upper extremity of Uie bronze, A
quadrilateral piece of iron found near
the portion of the foot ls thought to
have given strength to it. There Is uo
trace of the foot, and the ���wooden core
bad nearly crumbled away. The skeleton hail its waist surrounded by a belt
of sheet bronze edged with small rivets.
probably used to fasten a leather lining.
Throe painted vases ired figures on a
black ground) lay at the feet of tho
skeleton. The vases belong to a rather
advanced period In the decline of art
(about 300 years B. C.).
We learn frum Herodotus that an
Eleau captured by Spartans and confined iu stocks as a torture preliminary
to the Infliction of deatli amputated bis
own imprisoned foot, escaped and later
procured a wooden foot. Fliny records
that Serglus. 1G7 R. C, wore an art'i-
i flcial hand and fought with It. A -well
authenticated prosthesis was the iron
hand made ln 1504 for Goetz von Ber-
llchlngea, a knight of Nuremberg. It
wns a clumsy structure, but an ingenious one.   By means of buttons and ie-
j vers it accomplished certain finger move-
I ments. Half a century later Ambrolse
Pare described an iron prosthesis that
S bad been devised for a Huguenot captain whose arm had been lost in Uie
i siege of Fontenoy.
It was at Uiat time���viz, in Uie sixteenth century, when a new impetus
was given to surgery by the genius of
Pare���that efforts were made to supply substitutes for missing legs that
would be more than mere supports.   It
! is not unreasonable to suppose that
Pare'a application of the ligature to
amputations in place of boiling oil, decreasing the agonies of the operation
and Increasing tbe number of recoveries, had much to do with the interest
given to the manufacture of artificial
limbs.
Pare himself devised nn apparatus
with a knee joint which, while usually
fixed, could be moved by means of a
thong running to tbe hip. Leather and
paper and glue were soon employed
Instead of iron. Tbe prostheses were
made by mechanics of all sorts, but a
able to amputaUons either above or below the knee. The ankle joint was
fixed, but by means of springs motion
was secured both at Chopart's joint and
in the toe joints.   Medical News.
W.  R. Gilley, 'Phone l-d-z.
J. R. Gfitey, 'enone 1-4-9
Gilley Bros.
Dealers m
THE WILY   HERON.
Clrvtr Trick. That   PnM��cl  th* Bird
From   It.   Enmilfs.
Nature seems to have provided some;
animals wiUi wonderful mimetic adai>- [
tations to protect them from thoir ene-1
uiles.  A naturalist cites an example ot
tbla.  He had fired at a South American
beron which was stealing through some!
rushes,   but  on   coming  to  the  place
could see nothing of tbe bird.  He was
on the point of turning away when a
strange sight met his -yea. This ls how
be describes tbe scene:
There stood my heron on a reed no |
more than eight Inches from my knees
and on a level with them. The body
was erect, and the point of the tall
touched the reed grasped by his feet, i
The lonsr, tapering neck was held stiff,
straight and vertical, and the bead and
bealt, instead of being carried oblique \
ly. were also pointing up. From his
feet to Hie tip of bis beak there wns mil
a perceptible curve or inequality, but
whole was the figure tbe exact Counterpart���of a straight, tapering rush.
the loose plumage being arranged to till
nil inequalities, The wings, pressed In- :
to the hollow sides, made it impossible
to see where the body ended and the
neck began or to distinguish head from
neck or beak from bead. Tills was a
front view, and the entire under snr- j
face of the bird was thus displayed, all
of a uniform dull yellow. Not a move
ment did tbe bird make I placed my
hand on tbe point of his beak and
forced tbe bead down till it touched tho
back. When I withdrew my hand up
flew the head like a steel spring to its
first position. 1 repeated the experiment several times, with the same re-I
suit, the very eyes of the bird appear
ing all the time perfectly Immovable.
But bow chanced It that while walking round the bird through the rushes
I bad not seen his striped back and
broad colored sides? Thinking thus, I j
stepped round to get a side view, when
nil I could see was the rushlike front '
of the bird. His motions on the perch
as be turned slowly or quickly round,
still keeping the edge of the bladelike
body before inc. corresponded so exactly with my own that I almost doubted
if I hud moved at all. After watching
the bird Unis for some time I took him
forcibly from Uie rush and perched
him on my hand, when he flew away
to some dry grass fifty or sixty yards
distant. Here he again practiced his
mimetic tricks so ably that I groped
about for a quarter of an hour before
finding him. 1 was amazed that a crea-
ture apparently so frail should tie able
to keep the body rigid so long.
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We have listed with
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good paying hotel, showing a profit of from $6,-
000 to $8,000 per year;
likewise a blacksmith
business, restaurant and I
general store  business. \
We can demonstrate j
to  you  that  there   is
money  being  made in
each business.
Farms to Rent
We have two good farms
to rent. One on the
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STRUCTURAL  IRON     WORK,
Ornamental   iron   work,   including
Fences, i lates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders ami correspondence touted.
JOHN REID,
BEQ31E S l Ki-.i-.t.
New   Westminster. I'. O,  til.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Trarn  Depot
Columbia  St.
Baggage delivered
pari of the city.
promptly to any
Office 'Phone is.,
Barn   I'none 1.
For Sale
Half Carload, No. 1 feed
J. H. Todd
lienler in
Delta Council Meets.
Ladner, March 10.���The Delta council met in the council chamber on Sat
urday, March :'.. with the reeve, W.
H. Ladner, In the chair, and Conns.
dibble, Davie. Paterson. Huff, and
ffimbree present.
Communications were received and
dealt with as follows:
Prom Alex Stewart, assistant chief
engineer ot the O. N. It., re gravel
supply, Conns. Embree and Huff
were appointed a committe to make
arrangements with the company;
From W. T. Stein & Co., Chartered |
acountantB, re appointment of auditor.
Received and clerk to reply.
From     Dr,   A.   A.   Kins:.     M.   II.  0,
Receive.!   and    Dr,  King reappointed
M. 11. O. at  salary of $10(1 per annum.
A petition  was received  from  E,  A.
Greame and others asking for a r I
to be gazetted on Annacis island.    Received and laid over tor consideration.
The  temporary    loan    by-law   was
passed    . finallj reconsidered,
V. Martinollch'a tender of ft3c per
yard   tor  the  deliver]   oi   gravel   was
,'iCCept e
The clerk was aull orized to call
lor tendt i B tor t tearing one acre of
the cemetery grounds Tenders to be
in by the next meeting,
The assessor was ordered to commence the assessment on March 6th
and the roll to be returned to council
on April  14.
The following accounts were passed
and cheques issued. Iir. King. $75;
Delta Times. $10.25; W, E. Pales,
$12.",ii; Royal Columbian Hospital,
$64; Geo. Ormlston, $65; .1. Scoopa-
nich. $12; .). Jordan, $1.50; A. Barber,
$38; Wharton & Colllson, $15.75;
Mrs. Feiiion. $10! mnskrat account,
$50.
The reeve, finance committee and
clerk were authorized to sign a
promissory not for $2,000.
The council I hen adjourned to meet
again on Saturday, March 21, at 2
p. m.
 o	
Relief  for  Sufferers.
Rome.   March  10.���Premier Sonninn
today Introduced a bill in the chamber'
of  deputies   for   an   appropriation   of I
11,200,000  for  the  sufferers from the j
earthquake in Calabria, thus completing measures looking to regeneration
in lhe  south,  which  are without   pre-1
cedent  since the kingdom of the twoi
Sicilies  joined   united    Italy.    A  pe-
tltlon   was  made    to    parliament   by;
women for the right of suffrage.   This !
Is the eighth time a like petition has.
been presented.
hips to the ankles and as tight fitting
as a pair of knit drawers.   They were
few of them acquired celebrity by their j usually of tare* different colors-Mack
Brcerhe*.   PaattalOOnfl   Hml   Trouper..
��2^^^TtK2W|    Half Carload, No. 1 feed     Pianos, Organs,
Uzed men of the east long ages before or seed oats shipped from     Piano Players,
a single page of the Now Testament ->. ��� o l       <-      l
was  written,  having  been  quite  com-, MOOSejaW.       samples    LO    De   Columbia   Gramaphones and Kecords,
mon among the Modes nnd Persians, geeil   at this office 01' at H.
the Phrygians, the Gaels and the Teu-' _   T,. , ,    TT      , 0,
tons.    Breeches were very "brief ar-   T.  Kirk S Hardware Store.
tides of apparel, scarcely covering the
hilis Iu the majority of instances and
never reaching nearer than six inches
of the kuee.
"Pantalooos"      were      exaggerated
forms of stocking, reaching from the  JJja^g fa ReaSOIl
Zithers, etc.
J. ft. TODD, Burr Block.
Peter  Warren.
Pull
Columbia BBreet.
write   for  nrlces.
skill, notably Lorratn, a French lock
smith whose work was largely direct-1
ed by the great Pare. Father Sebas- j
Man. a Carmelite monk, later produced
Of sheet tin a clumsy arm which by
means of sundry springs was capable
of certain articulations. Bailiff, a me-
chanic, also made movable arms, pat-
terned  largely after  those of Father |
Sebastian. It Is recorded that
Duke Christian von Braunschweig wore
an artificial hand in 10'2'2. Peter Lowe
In bis "Discourses of tbe Whole Art of
Chirurgery," 1634, shows several forms
of artificial legs that were used in the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries,
and many others nre found In the
works of Ambrolse Pare. These ie,*--
were made of wood nnd attached '���:
straps.
in the works Of Ambrolse Pare there
is a chapter dealing with "the means
and manner to repair or supply natural
or accidental defects or wants In man's
body." He describes the use of artiti
eial eyes and also artificial noses. lie
mentions a method for making an artificial tongue to help those who cannot
speak by reason of its loss and also
gives a drawing of this Instrument and
n full description of how- ii should be
fixed In the mouth,    lie also gives an
account of making an artificial palate
from a plate of gold or stiver, which, he
states, should lie little bigger than the
cavity itself.
Falclnelll, a surgeon of Florence in
ii.i'.i.  mentions the use of  "artificial
eyes of sliver and of gold and of cry-;
tal painted lu various colors" and also
artificial ears made of the same metals.
which were painted the color of flesh
and fixed by means of strings to the
head or sewed luto the skin by means
of gold or silver wire. Silver noses.
! etc., were made even earlier than that.
The Dutch surgeon Verdyu (ltitW)
constructed an artificial leg consisting
of a wooden foot and a hollow copper
cylinder lined wllh chamois and
strengthened with steel splints. There
i wns a binge joint at the knee. The apparatus was attached to the thigh by
means of a broad band.
About the same time (1602) Lams
weenie constructed a leather hand In
which a pen could be held.
In 1755 H. Rnvaton constructed an
Hrtificlal limb by means of which a cavalryman was able to continue his fleld
service.
In 1761 Laurent supplied a mau with
a ;.��.r or ��mniini arum, mria vr^r.j.i
of Edinburgh toward the end of the
eighteenth century constructed a tiaac
In which a knife or fork could be held
and on the first and second fingers of
which an apparatus was attached for
holding a pen. He also made legs for
amputations above and below tbe knee,
modeled on the apparatus of Ravaton.
They were fastened to the body by a
strap running over the shoulder of tha
opposite side. Only the knee joint was
movable.
Addison, London, made a wooden
'"ot with to"  lolu'iS us well as ankle
at the hips, red from hip to knee and
blue to the termination at the ankle.
They came in vogue during the fint
half of the fifteenth century at Venice
and were worn by the devotees of the
piitrou saint. Pantaloon. Such garments were always called pantalinl by
the Italians.
Trousers," the only proper wnrd to
tbe I express the existing styles lu "pants,"
followed closely after tbe "knee
breeches" of the Revolutionary period,
being first worn in England at Oxford
and Cambridge in 1B12.
The latest Mitchell's tastnon plates-
have  arrived.
So have our spring stocK ot high-
class suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, broadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
J. N. Aitchisonr
Columbia Street.
10 ACRES
ON
FT. MOODY ROAD,
BURNABY
Good Land
$eoo.oo
AEAVHITE, 260Co,umbia St.
Hbrnnes   From   Scott   nnd   Other*.
In  spite  of  Scott's popularity  few1
people rememlier that from "Old Mor-
tallty"  we have  "A sea of upturned ,
faces,"  and  Byron  Is  never  thanked
for "Flesh and  blood can't liear Hr."l
The "Most humorous and least exem-
plary of British parsons" Is known to
have thought "They order things better in France" and "God tempers the!
wind to the sboru lamb," but we set-!
dom credit him with "I saw the Iron i
enter  luto his  soul."    Yet  that  keen
biiage of grief, so often on our lips, |
may also be found In the "Sentimental |
BlenniiiK the   Hirer.
In  the  little   Balkan   state  of   Hon
i mania  it  has  been  the  custom   from;
I time   immemorial   for  towns   by   the
1 river Danube to keep the Christmaf
feast by a peculiar1 ceremony called,
"blessing the river."   This used  to be
carried out on a scaffolding erected onl
the frozen river, but owing to an accident, when  the  Ice  broke,  and  huu I
dreds  of  people  were  drowned,  it Is
uow held upon the bank.   The people
wear turbans of colored paper and carry long, white wands.  Some are dress-'
ed  to  represent   Biblical   characters
The service, conducted by priests, lasts
about half an hour, uiul then the Ice IB
broken   and   a   small    wooden   cross
Then  pe tple
y  river  after this em
supposed to be assured of great good
luck for the coming year.
Journey."    Cowper   is   comparatively i
little read, the immortal "John Gilpin"   thrown  Into  the  water
always excepted.    Therefore  we  may    rush  Into tin
be   forgiven   if   the  source   of   "Hand i blem,       1 :      -,������:������-,  .���.!-.  ......
and glove" or "Her dear o0n friends"
has slipped our memories. The same
may be said of Rogers' "To know her
was to love her," Congreve's 'Married
In haste and repent at leisure," I'ar-
quhar's "Over the hills and far away"
and Routhey's "March of intellect."
Sir Philip Sidney, who was pod. philosopher and, best of all, hero, should
share a better fate. How many can
tell that it was he who first said In
English, "Ood helps those who helps
themsel��e3?"���Cornhlll Magazine.
FOHtponed.
A bashful young couple who were evidently very much ln love entered a
crowded street car ln Boston the other
day. "Do you suppose we can squeeze
In here';" ho asked, looking doubtfully
at her blushing face.
"Don't you think, dear, we had better wait until we get home?" was the
ow, embarrassed reply.���Life.
The   Pall of   the   llennlnN.
The liennins or headdresses worn by
'��� ladles of the fifteenth century were in
shape of horns and so lung that a woman's face appeared to be in tbe center of her figure,   'fhe clergy condemned them and threatened the wearers
with perdition, butt  for all that they
j were worn higher than ever.    At lust
! a strolling evangelist at Paris promised
I absolution   to  alt  who  would  destroy
the bennlns, and the mob went to work
i nnd   wrecked  the headdresses   when-
j ever they appeared In public.   Tile heu-
nlns   were   trampled   under   foot  ami
| their wearers insulted  all over Paris.
Scores of lives were lost in. the efforts
of the cavaliers to defend the bennlns
from the rabble, but In vain, and, the
enormous    headdresses    disappeared,
some other feminine absurdity taking
their place,
FARM
SEEDS
The   Clock.
The clock has a strange way of telling different tales with the same face.
If It ls telling one man to hurry up, It
tells the next man who looks that there
Is plenty of time.���Atcblson Globe.
Realism,
Why ls the cow purple ln t*e picture?
Because tbe girl's parasol ls red.
Tbe cow. In fact, ls purple With rage.
This ls precisely what  Is meant by
realism In nrt.���Puck.
The secret of success lies tn tho man
��nd not ln the stuff he works on.���Tor-
rey.
A  I'reeUe AunH.
"Lawyers   are   supposed   to   be   tbe
most literal minded men," said an eminent member of the  bar,  "but  every
i now aud then counsel In course of pvae-1
I tlce will encounter witnesses who can j
j give them point* ln the matter of Uternl
��� answers.    An  Irishman was called  to1
1 testify In a damage suit, arising out of
| the death of a man 'at the hands of a
; bull,' so to speak.
I     " 'Are we to understand, sir,'  nsWed
1 the prosecuting attorney, 'that the deceased,  Patrick  Flannlgan,   was your
father?'
" 'He  was till  the bull killed him,'
was the reply ot the wary witness."
Timothy Extra Cleaned
Clover, Red
Clover, Mammoth
Clover, White
Clover, Alsyke
Clover, Alfalfa
Rye Grass, Perennial
Rye Grass, Italian
j Red Top
�� Orchard Grass
!  Rape Seed, Dwarf Essex
'   Vetches
Millet, Golden
Oats, Swedish
Oats, Tartar King
Wheat, Island Spring
Barley, 2-Rowed
Barley, 6-Rowed
All Selected & Tested
Last year the Finest Crops in It.
C. were produced from our seed
Brackman-Ker
Milling Co., Ltd.
The Front
New Westminster.
B.-K. 850
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Setdmtn by Royal Warrant to His Majesty King Edward VII
CATALOGUE OF
Sutton's Seeds
Ready for Your Selection;
VEGETABEES
GARDEN    PEAS
Sutton's Km best  Marrow.
Sution's Hoiinlitnl.
Sutton's Improved   wngMader.
Sutton's   selected      American
Wonder.
Sutton's Earliest nine.
Sutton's Melbourne Favorite*
Button's Dwarl Marrow.
Sutton's Plentiful.
Button's Btar ol Australia.
Sution's PnllfiC Marrow.
Button's Abundance.
GAKUtN   btANb
Button's Improved V\ mus ir
Button's Green Windsor.
Button's Proline Longpod.
Button's Favorite hi ai let,
Sution's Ulant W ttite.
Button's   Selected     I anadlan
Wonder.
Button's Negro.
ASHAHAUUb
Button's   I'.i lee'iloli.
GAKUtN   bttl
Sutton's DI i ited.
sui ton a Uto
Suiton's   VIat,. t   Favorite.
Button's SiUer.   or   Bea   Kale.
licit.
Button s sptnacn  Beet, or  Perpetual Snuiacn.
BOKECULt.  OK   KALt.
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Sutton b Improved Brancning.
BRUSSEL'3   SPROUTS.
Button's  l-.Miii'iiion.
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GAKUtN   CAUbMUt.   .
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Sutton'a Maincrop.
Sutton's ited rtcaimg.
Suiton's Dwarf   Green   Curled
Savoy,
Sutton's Late iiruniiiead Savoy,
Sutton s Chinese I auDage
CAPSICUM   AND   CHILI.
Sutton's  Mixed  Capsicum.
S'liion's Mixed Chill.
CELERY.
Sutton's Ivory While.
Sutton's Perfei ibui Pink.
CRESS.
Sution's  Selected  i'laln.
Button's Selected curled.
CARROT
Sution's Early Gem.
Sutton'B K.ir'y  Short  Horn.
Button's Favorite.
Suiton's New Red Lati mediate
S itton's Scarlet  Intermediate.
CAULIFLOWER
Suttonis k i :   \\ ah hi
Sutton'a Earl)  Loudon.
Sutton'a Autumn Mammoth.
Sutton's r..it" Giant
CUCUMBER
Button's Telegraph.
Sutton's Market
Button's Prolific EH ns*
ENDIVE
Simon's Extaa Green Cut led,
GOURD,   OR   PJVtPKIN
Sitton's   Mixed.
Hubbard's Sipish.
LEEK
Sutton'a improved Musselburgh
MUSTARD
Sution's Selected W'liite.
rtti, ton's Selected Brown.
HrERB  SEEDS, FTC.
Marjoram, lfbt.
Bag&
Savory, Summer.
Thyme, Common,
Tobacco.
PARSLEC
Suttonis Imperial cmled.
COS   LETTUCE
Sutton's ah Heart.
Sutton'B Giant Whi'o.
Button's Black-seeded Hath.
CABBAGE LETTUCE
Sutton's Al.
Sutton's AU-the-Yetr Round.
PARSLIV
Sutton's Student.
Sutton's Hollow Cr >wn.
MELON
Sutton's      Matchless
fleshed.
Sutton's   Water   v i
varieties,
Button's    Preserving
Melon.
VEGETABLE   MARROW,
Sution's Long Cream.
Suttbn'a Long Greei.
Sip ton s White Bush.
Button's I'inest Mix  I.
ONION
Sut ions Improved Reading.
Button's Long keeping,
Sutton'a Giant Rocci,
Sui b Bllvei  Sivin.
While Spanish.
Brown Spanish.
Brown Qlobe,
RADISH
Sutton's Early Bcnri
Sutton's  Curly   Whit .
Suttou's Mixed Turnip.
Satton's French Br ��� ikfast
Sutton's  .Mixed Oval  or olive.
Su1 ion's Long Scat I it,
Suttoa's   Long  Hose.
Suttufi's Snallots.
SEA   KALE
SUGA  RCORN
Sui ion's Early Dwarf.
SPINACH
Sutton's Selected  Round.
Boston's Selected Prl-Jklv.
TOMATO
Sutton's Premier,
Button's Invincible.
Sutton's  Yellow.
GARDEN TURNIP
Sutton's Early Snowball.
St'tion's Improved Orange Jeiiy
Sutton's  All-theYeai-Ilo'ind.    '
Sutton's White Stone.
Green-top White.
Sutton's Garden Swede.
Mlxe
Ro
All
FLOWERS
Aster,  Sutton's   Dwarf  Bedder   p���r,>
White.
Aster,   Sutton's   Dwarf   Bedder   Bern
let. '
Aster, Button's Dwarf Bedder, Rose
Aster,  Suttou's   Dwarf  Bedder   l!b���.
Aster, Sutton's Dwarf Bedder,' Mlied
Aster, Sutton's Comet, Mixed.'
Aster, Suttou's Giant French
Aster. Suttou's Tall, Mixed
Airociininni. Button's Sing
igeratum, Button'i Dwarf, Blue
Agrostamma  C ironaria, Button
looted, Mixed.
Uyssiiin, Button's Swet t, White
Anemone, Button's Brilliant, Mi ���
Antirrhinum,  Sutton's Tall,  Mt. .
Antirrhinum, Button -  Da
Agullegla, Sutton's Beiei ie i
Arabia, Button's White Alpine
Auricula. Sutton s  Murder,  Mixed
BUlsam, Sutton's Double, Mixed
Balsam; Button's Improved Mon ,
Begonia,     Button's     Flbrou
MJxt il
t lai I t,  . Button's l. ii     ���' ...
|  ilei
'   .    '     .    .   SUt  on's   [luii;.:	
i I . ��� ���   ���     Bul   ������      loldeii
Cantt     ,        i lolls,    Sutl  .: ���
iiowi red*, Mix>',i.
C i'iiiii ���      Large Boa
i ift, Sutton    Crli
| S ttton's u bl  ���
s ���   Sutton a M i   ���
Carnation,   SUt I m's   i ii
Mixed.
Chrysanthemum   Su ton's V
ii ii.11.
1        sanilii mum,   Suiton's  M:\
ennlat.
Clarkia, Sutton's Pink
Clarkia, Sutton'a White.
Clarkia, Sutton's  Mixed
C    .   .is  Flaii'iiiulii.
Convolvulus]   But       -   H
Ing.
Colvolvulusi  Sutton's  Dwarf,   M
Cockscomb, Sncui's Crlm   ���.
Coreopsis, Sip ion's Dwm i   '��� In  on
Coreopsis, Button's Dwarf, Mixed
Crniinv er, s ttton'a nine.
Cowslip, Suiton's Mix"d  English.
Cormea Blplnnata, Button'    Mixci
Dahlia, Button's  Single,  Mixed
Dahlia, Sutton a Double, Mixed
s itton' -  Double, M. cod
Delphinium,  BUI ton's  Lai     flon i ���
Mixed,
Dlanthus,   Button's   BHTHa I
Mixed.
Dlanthus,   suit.m's   Brllll i I   Dou
Mixed.
1     , icholtzla, Button'. S n ���'���  "i     ��
i...iiisehnity.ia Button's Single,
Foxglove, Sutton's Mixed English,
i lalilardla,    BUI ton's   Lars,   lov
Blngle, Mixed.
Godetla, Button' - Bbarli I   lui ��� n
Golden Feather. Sutton'
ileliihi'. sum. Sutton .. G
ilellotro] e,   Button's   Large flos
MiXeil.
Hollyhock
Holly In,. It
ilom Bl ��� .
Mixed.
Jacobea, Suiton's Don''!''. Mixed
Lantana    Hybridoi   Sutton'B   Fit
MiX.'d.
Larkspur, Sution's Dwarf. Mixed
Larkspur,  .Sutton's Tall,  Mixi-d
Lavender, Button's Swee*.
'.mum, (Filixi, Button's Crimson
1/Otiella, Sutton's COmpStet, Blue
Lobelia,   Slit tun's Compact.  Whiti'
Lobelia, Sutton's Spread"! tg, nine
Love-lies-bleeding,  Button's  Rod-no*'
sred,
Lupin, Sutton's Annual. Mixed.
Lupin, Sutton's Perennial, Mixed
Maize, SUttOn'S Strfii��d.
Mallow. Stilton's Large Pink.
Marvel  of  Peru,  Sutton's  Brlnt-fl0��
ered, Mixed.
Michaelmas Daisy, Sutton's Hybrid
Marigold.  Sutton.-  Miniiuure French.
Mmnotielle, Sbttim's Giant.
Mignonette,  Button's Swe ' - enl  '
Mignonette, Button's Cloth   il Go i
Mlgnonettei Sottas'! Spiral.
Mimiiliis, Button's Giant   Mixed
Musi;, .sut11.ns. Selected.
Myosotis, Button b Perfei tlon
Myoaotl i, Suttoa's Bedding
sui ton's Douiii ���. Mixed
Sution's B1niT.Ii HI ted
Button's     Lsrge-fowete
ocarlet-
in,   mixed
Nasturtium,
Thumbs.
Nasi ni Hum,
Nasturtium.
Nasi nil nun,
Queen.
Nasturtium,
Nasturtium.
>r
Pie
st rumosa,
Nemesis
Netliesia,
Mixed
NotllOj i  Tl.
Blue,
Nicotian, AfBnli. Button
Sutton's   Kin-;    i
Button's Dwarl   Velio*.
Sin urns Dwarl   Mixed
Sutton's    Tall,    Fal
Suit.m's Tall I rims"!'.
Button's Tall  rtlxed
Stuuon's  '���!"
Dwarf,
Btrumosa,  Sutton
Button's  Lai     '' '''''
.   t !
Nlgella
Pansy,
Pan: J ,
Pansy,
Pant).
Passion
Sutton'a  Double  Dw
sftittoa'B Giant, V\
Sutton's
Sutton'.
Sutton't
Flower,
Giant,  Vei
pe, tec .  ������    Mixed
Bedding. M
Button's Blu
Sutton's
arlel
Turnip.
Turnip,
Passion FIok
Perllta, Sutton's Selected. Bron ���
Petunia. Sutton's Blngle, Mixed.
1 hlux. Drum., Sutton's Largt
Scarlet.
Phlox Drum., Sutton's l.:u-"   '
MXwil.
Polyanthus, Sution's Giant, Mixed
Polyanthus, Sutton's Giant, White
V'I
Sutton's
tiiani.   �� "'"
Largc-Boweree,
Portulaca,
Mixed.
Poppy, Suiton's Double Giant, Mixeo.
Poppy,   Sutton's   Selected   Shlrlej
Puppy, Sutton's 'celt.ml. Mixed.
Primrose, Buttons Brilliant, Mi*���.
Ranunculus, Sutt.vD'sGlant Fro"1'.'
Ilhudanthe,   Sut tun's   Large-floweret
Mixed.
Rlclniis   (Castor-oil  I'i..nti.
Giant.
ent-si' 'ited
Button's
Rocket,   Sutton's  c,,--'-���
Uiidbeeklu, Sutton'i; Guidon Suns'
8alplBlossls,8utton's Giant, M"""1'
Salvia,   Sutton's  Scarlet.
Scabious (German), Buttons   urn,
Lowered, Mixed. .
Sensitive Plant.Sutton's SelSCtea.
Stock, Ten-week, Sution's Giant
feet Ion. ,,  ���,���.
Stock, Sutton's Giant English btoun
ton, Mixed.
Sllene.Sutton's  Pink.
Sunflower,   Suiton's  Giant   Single-
At Brackman-Ker Milling Co. ^
FRONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER
Please cat f Ai. oat for ���f'"n"
And at various sub-agencies.
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ll. K. fl8 ...AY,   MARCH   12,   1906
THE DAILY NEWS
Cut Prices...     SERMONS   IN   CITY   CHURCHES
To Introduce
^rariQlsTU^Q AcrafAWAi*** ^ev# ^ ^' Henderson Addresses the Soldier Boys���Rev.
^.Idllotvy o/lgdlCWdlc        Principal Sipprell Preaches Special Sermon in Queen's
50 Per Cent.
We Will Reduce
the Prices
See Display and Prices in Window
Kirk's Hardware.
MACKAYS
i
Avenue Methodist Church���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor
M. A., Ph. D., and Rev. M. L. Rugg D. D., Expound
'he Gospel.
1
Carpet
Arriving
100 pieces of Carpet, just received ex. nine Funnel liner.
Tapestry, Brussels, Wilton and
Axminster. Come and get first
choice.
A splendid line of good assortment.
lower forces into sympathy and service.
il should be consecrated. It is not
tne man who lires at the whole target
but the man who aims at the bull's
eye that wins the prize. The wise
gardner does not suffer the sap to
ne diverted    with    a    thousand chan-.
Books, Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Small Wares, Etc.
Thousands ot writ Dads   in
from.
Hundreds  of par les.  d
We raise the qu y of c
J.   J.
Wholesale and retail
stock.      Over  50  kinds to  select
tns of  kinds.
jtock.    We  hold  tbe  prices  down.
MACKAY & CO.,
_Jb   Columbia   Street.
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X Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc. |
Wall Paper,       Linoleum,       Oilcoths,       Carpets,
Perambulators, Etc., Carpets Sewn and Laid.
5��{ Undertaking in all its branches promptly attended to. ;���'
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*'
ST. ANDREWS.
St. Andrew's church was full to the
doors last evening. A and 13 eon* '<
panics of lhe IJ. C. O. R. attended the
service and the Rev. Mr. Henderson
took for Ids text: "The Glory of
Young .Men in Their Strength."
Prov. 20:29, ami spoke as follows.
It is wonderful how many jif the
heroes of the Bible were young men.
li is unquestionably the young man's
book, lis greatest Btorj Is the story
oi a young man. A young man who
CI   so near to ns that   we Call   hini
brother; who puts within reach of
every young man undreamed of
grandeur and dignity of character and
.ire,  and  possibilities  unlimited.
This is one of ih inj   beautiful
Uiin-s said in the Bible of young men.
The wise man la pointing oul that
just as the different Beasons of tl>
.'���ear have their peculiar beauty and
glory bo the different periods of
human life have each their special
charm. To old age belongs reflection,
meditation and whilom. To youth,
energy, robustness and activity.
5foung life, exeei,i   it   be abnormal,
9   the   time  of  activity.    The  blood
Hues io lively measures, the limbs
re elastic, the intellect is nimble,
the affections strong. "The glory of
young men is their strength." Men
look  with  admiration  and   awe  upon every  nation
great   power   wherever     seen.     Who business men, scholars Christians.
thai   has  stood  in  one  of our  large     Ther.    ar9    poUtlelan8i   financiers,
foundries   and   watched   those   knives .���...,
, .       , , ��� .   ��� business  men   and  Christians   whose
cut  bars of Iron four and five inches
thick, as easy as a grocer cuts cheese, cause we would not advocate and
is not impressed with the tremendous whose methods we would not follow.
power behind them. Who thai has ���a is not because politics or busi-
;pen    the    volume    of    water
stands  in   the  light   must  show  him-    J
belt a man. '
Struggle, service, sacrifice, toil are ���
words to be known and understood in \
every path of achievement whether it
runs on earth or heads at last lo
heaven.
The victories of the Cross, two thou-
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front   Streets,   Uupont   Block,
nels merely to develop a myriad ot pro- sand years ago or today have mean-
fltless twigs, he prunes the offslmots Ing only for him who in spirit stands
ami  leaves  the   vital   pieces  to  be ah-   beside  that   cross  and   sees  those  vie
soriied by a few vigorous fruit  bear- torles there.   There are all grades and
Ing branches. So the one prudence of classes of Christians In this day as In
lite is concentration.   The great men Christ's day.    Peter was a christian
ami women    who stand   oul    In the the   moment   be   decided   to   follow
panes of history  are  those  who said Christ,  but   when    the    testing time
like Paul "This one thing l do." came and the faith of men wns weak,
li  should  be consecrated. There ls he gave It all up and said I go aflsh-
no : Milder skin in bistor> than that Ing, when he should have Btarted a
of   lesus consecrating himself to ids revival to inspire the flagging zeal of
life's  mission  on  the  banks  of    the his  comrades,  be  refused  in  assume
.Ionian.    All   life   liar-   become   more any  responsibility and  went   back  to
sin iei. more noble   .-ince thai  hour, ihe oh] life and ihe former home, but
Make the most  of    ii  young  friends, when   Chrlsl   had   finished   his   work
Consecrati���and   then   you   will   con- and persuaded Peter to come into the
i ol  and  consecrate. light   as  He  was  in  the light,  Peter
  was enabled lo inspire others with the
Qc ��� .o   AVENUE   METHODIST. visi""   "f  the  inheritance,   incorrupti-
. ,, ,      , , ble, and undeflled, reserved in heaven
(Rev. Principal Sipprell. ol Columbian ^ Q__ ^ m ]>y ^ power
College, Special Speaker.) _ ^ ^^ t__ ^ salv;i,.in
Text:   "If  we  walk  in  the  light   as   n���,   t'ro,liSal   Son   was   alright  as   a
he is iu tht? light." prodigal, but it was all wrong to re-
1. There  are  great  types of life  In  main   a   prodigal.       Having   left    his
Politicians,   financiers isinful   wa-vs   ��   was  for  lliu��
For the Week...
Taylor's Toilet Soaps
a large shipment just opened out.    See our window display.
Note These Prices
5c per Box���Pearl Toilet  Soap
10c  per   Box ��� Palm  Toilet   Snap.
15c per Box    Sweet  Violet, While Carnation, June R ���
25c per Box -Valley Violet, i,a France Rose, C tlon Petel    Sti	
I'lover.  Oatmeal,  Vesta  Violet,  etc.
25c  per  dozen���Old  Brown  Windsor.
GEO. ADAMS.
���
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tumbles over the pr
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.
^^^ now t o
prove himself a man.
Even the rich young man who had
kept the law was good in that be had
done no wrong, but he might be ln
that case and be an inane, empty-
headed sissy of an Individual. We
|are to be men. manly men, resolute
ot water thai !u'ss '"' Christianity are not good in; men, men of determination, both as
imes iim un- reclpice at Niagara themselves but because the many of, to denouncing sin and as to doing
or that has followed the trail of the tlle modern representatives of the1 some good in this world, and to tie
fierce storm that hurled the giants same present such a distorted view j such we must leave the verge of shad-
of the forest into confusion, has not of principles that (he good hardly ;ows and walk in the light as He Is in
been   impressed   with   the   power   of Preponderates    over    that    which  in the light.
the elements, lh,'m wt> must rc>'""' An|1 how is He in the light.   In that
Bul there are few sights so lmpres- -. All Christians and many who do He did no sin, and He lived to please
sive as young manhood In its youth- not espouse the cause of Christ walk Him who sent Him to redeem the
Ini power and vigor of faculty, eager in the light. They can hardly do! world, and to keep from sin and to
tor the Btruggle Of life, anxious to otherwise ill a land flooded with the J please God Is the only path for the
try its mettle against the world; Unlit of Christian civilization. Moral-, man who desires to be one of God's
conscious of its strength, looking out ly, physically, intellectually, spirltual-
upon the future bright with hope and ly, there are many who excel, who
prospect, a future tn which fancy are not in our churches and who do
paints bright pictures and rears Its not name the name of Jesus. It should
towering castles. not  be.    The Christian man ought to
This    Btrength      which     is    their be a  better man  morally and  spirit-
strength    is    partly     physical.       The ually, for he claims to follow a divine
princes of  Midian    looking    at    the ideal and to be moved by
italwart form of young Gideon said:  impulse.
It is an unpleasant reflection on the1
church of Jesus Christ  that the man
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own.
WEST   END   PRESBYTERIAN.
i Rev T. Wadlaw Taylor, M. A., Ph. D���
minister.)
.1     Peter I, 3-5:���"Blessed be The God
.. .,      j and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,
| which     according    to   his    abundant
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ri
Headquarters for
Farming Implements
and Machinery	
Complete line of Carriages and Farm Wagons,
Hardware, Stoves and  Han ges.
Auction Sale every Friday   at the Market Square.
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Everything In the Jewelery Line
Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Etc.
Cut Glass and Ebony Goods
Suitable tor all occasions.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, c?.'?.'"f��,M .�����-?:
Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds J44,UOU,000.00
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds l��,OUU,000.00
is a company of policy-holders, by policy-holders, tor policy-
"As a man Is so is his strength."
As a man is physically so Is his
strength. A strong frame aud commanding presence ranked higher
among the ancients than in our day.
But it counts still. Other things being equal a man's productive value
is to be estimated mathematically upon the basis of physique. "Horn weak
and nerveless he likes to be carried
. and so Impedes life's onward march.
rSorn vigorous and rugged he helps
to clear the way for tii? onward
march."
These bodies are wonderful mar
chines; if wisely managed capable of
ureal achievements. We may not be
iilile to add a cubit to our stature, but
we can do much to promote health,
strengthen muscle and limb and give
dignity  to personal  presence.
This Btrength which is their glory
ts partly mental. As a man is Intel-
i lectually, so is his strength. The
greatest wastes of life are through
ignorance. Failure is want of knowledge. Success is knowing how.
Bacon said "Knowledge Is power."
Hut ions; before he said It tl wiser
than he said "If the iron be blunt,
and he do not whet the edge, then
must be put to mure strength, bin
wisdom Is profitable to direct."
stone  hatchet  and
a  lively hope,  by the resurrection of
Jesus Christ from the dead, to an ln-
on the outside can say and truthfully, herftance incorruptible, and undeflled,
1 am as good as he.    Why is it?    It   pml that fadeth not awaVp    reserved
is because many professing Christians ; ln heaven for
do the things the man of the street or ! ln
the woman of society does; things not, s
necessarily sinful but things that man- \ \iiSt time.
you, who are kept bfr
power of God through faith unto
salvation, ready to be revealed in the
Ifest  no line of demarcation between
him who knows Jesus and him who
knows   him   not
that    are
"Sojourners     scattered       abroad,"
' was the apostolic description of   the
There   are   things j 6ariy church, and, after the lapse of
questionable  if  not  sinful.
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the centuries, Christians are still  the
and the -worldly minded man himself  same,     Pilgrims   seeking   an   abiding
adjudged     that   type    of  religion    a , city afar and receiving, in an iniper-
sickly       specimen,       and       in      no  feet   communion    one  with    another,
finds amusement in cards, dancing and 1 only  partial   sympathy  and   support.
theater-going.    They may not destroy  To the Apostles the Christian church
it, but the professing Christian is one is the true Israel of God,  inheriting
who  proclaims  himself  as  aiming  to; the   promises     and   maintaining     the
make manhood and where he is found [hope rejected    by the Jewish nation.
doing aught else, he falsifies his claim. In a great sustained metaphor Peter
The  world  would  be  saved  from  sin! applies to that church all the history
more rapidly if those in our churches ��� of the chosen people. Throughout the
would  all  walk  whore    they    should entire  epistle,  in  allusion  after  allu-
walk,  -In  the  light   as   he   is   In  the  Mon,    that     metaphor    is    continued
,,���.]lt'.. from the exodus to the captivity. As
, ,. .,,  ,���  ...i.l,.i, i   Israel was chosen of God and divided
3, The measure ot light in which M
, ���,_,  r ,..,,.1.  ,,'lrom  the nations, Christians are call-
tread is due to the amount I wisn to
e 1  ol    Him    and   sot apart    unto a
'"'p;ul spiritual  separation.    As  Israel enter-
God cannot  make n man of me un-l    .  |nt(j & C0Yvmn,   ,,f obadlenca    al
the foot of Sinai, Christians hav
Soft Felt
Hats
Are out of the Ordinary.
New Colors and New Shapes.   All the Best Makers.
A Specialty of Young Men's Shapes.
PRICES��$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
"pMliips
The Cash Clothier
and   eternal     peace
  man of uie unless I let Him. The responsibility of
manhood rests with me. noi with God.
I may skirt the shore or ride the high
Thli
holders.
OUR motto:
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l ne larges t amount of Assurance for the Least
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
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We Have Listed With Us Two Fine Ranches.
The   day   ot   ��� . 	
blunt   axe   is   past,   in   every   calling: so,,s of Ufl>  an(j He %viu ������,  interfere.
��� the demand is 'dr! mon/of .intelligence Mfm, ������,,, 1(,(Illv ,,.lV(. ,������ ,, chl.lst.
and brains.    So yon need to improve lanised   respectability   and   they   linn-
|your minds, have sour eyes unci ears|Klne ,hey have ,, religious experience
open,  year  wits  awake,    nmlce  companions of the best books, books that
make you  think, widen tbe range of
your vision, broaden your sympathies.
Read   and   think.     Think   and   read,
This  strength  which  is  their  glory
Is lari ��ly moral and spiritual
than   anything   else   character
mines  your    power    for    conquering
life's    difficulties    and    aconiplishiiig
gootl.    This will be the gunge of your
personal force iu the world.   Without
moral  back  bone you might as well
be a jelly fish for any solid good you
will do.
This strength  which  Is your glory
should   he   controlled.     Youth   is   impatient  of restraint, but the pathwayi
to greatness lies along this line.    You|8lruBB,e'    "Flsht tho KOod flKht'
i cannot command until vou first learn |Hlm thnt overcometh" are the t
to    obey.      When    power     becomes ror,ls ot Hlm who 'Promises to men
:ered  Into a new covenant  at   Mount
Calvary,  und  find  it   to  be,    even  as
the  old,    "unto  Obedience."   Strangers
and pilgrims, enduring, for a season,
in   heaviness  through  manifold  temptations,   the   trial   of   their   faith,   the
wilderness  of the 'wanderings is  still
lotind   about   them,    and   its   burdens
lie heavily upon them. Born to trout
ble as the sparks fly upward, none of
^^^^^^^^ men Is exempt  from
.nev I ino common lot.    Sickness  and sorrow,
bereavement and death  fall  upon all
alike.    Rut   those  who  would   follow
j Christ   must   submit    to many  afBic-
t^ in the light dons  peculiarly  their  own.    Day  by
day  they must  encounter  a thousand
influences    warring      against    their
highest  interests, and, in addition  to
and If  the  ordinary   sorrows    of  life,     tl��,e
the   light   is   in   the   darkness,   how ! burden    of    that    ceaseless    conflict
looks forward. Then shall we know
complete deliverance from moral and
physical evil and the perfect satis-
taction of a soul at rest In Its predestined home. But (even while the
Apostle speaks of that inheritance,
he is conscious that Canaan could
never adequately typify its supreme
excellence. It was by an Insecure
tenure Israel held the land, defiling
it   by  gross  impurity,  and  exporloiuy
ing continually disappointment.   This
inheritance is "Incorruptible," l>ver-
lasting, "undeflled," without any
Main of sin, and "unfading," never
wearying or disappointing. Morels absolutely secure, it.   is
everything I ling  enthusiasm, join in his  raptur
ous doxology. God Hlmstslf has
"called us out nf darkness into His
marvellous light" that we might
then "show forth His praises."
At   t
I'Venin
oi his
igony
BAPTIST.
.0 Olivet Baptist church last
Dr. Rugg took for the basis
remarks: "And being in an
ifiony he prayed moi|3 earnestly;
nnd his sweat was as it were great
drops of blood falling to the
ground."���Luke 22;  44.
The theme was Introduced with
the remark, that the Importance of
the events before am! after those of
flethsemane have often cauded little
tentlon to be paid to that great act
They   abate  not   their   society   balls,
llieir    card    parties,  their  social  excesses,  however strongly  the  church
I may call  them to the  front rank of j the children of
'duty.     They  walk  in  the light   "   Ul
lean hardly walk elsewhere unless they
More, g0 t0 the restricted  districts of our
deter-! c|tyi but the>. 6o nof wan,
as He is in the light
There  is  a light  in  a  man
| may be the light of darkness.
over    It   .���      _
"reserved  in heaven," under the lov
ing  guardianship    of    God     Himself.  'in'Vhe"worid's redemption.
\V"'JSJh,,1t, "'\A,Wh,0lt' PTffl    A  drama in which the chief actor
of Israel    turned    back    at . Kadesh|had to eombat    the powers   of tevll
and of darkness.
The  necessity for the suffering of
Christ was then shown
turned
Barnes and died
This Inheritance
are  kept    by   the
which
great is that darkness.
4. Why do not men walk In the
light? It is because they are unwilling to face the struggle Involved. God
knows no way of salvation except by
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Him that overcometh" are the watch
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fine well and creek, 1 mile from school, lots of fruit. Could be
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taxes for the first year.
2���15 acres, 10 acres cultivated, best soil, 7 room house, large
barn 52x34, 1-2 mile from station, good orchard, woodshed,
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No,
No.
master  and  goes  out
uecoiueai
from  beneath Ration ��nd life eternal.
Win or die.   Come into the light or
back    at    Kadesh
in  Ihe wilderness.
is for those  "who
��..   ......    .. power    of    God."
Persevering  "through   faith"   not  toe      cSvarTVaT"the'cJoalng act ot the
pilgrim   shall   fall   by  the  way.     The; n       ���,���   h.u,  there ��� no
sure ho,e    of "nailing    blessedness( there could    have been
should irradiate   the   life of   everyL. M        The Btrengtll to 8ufler on
nustian. thta cross was gained at Gethsemane.
But, while the goal may be cer- The audience were reminded that
tain, It is afar off, and the distant till had their Calvaries, their sufter-
prospect of even the giteatest good | ing to bear, and that they were only
may be but a weak support
The  speaker  pointed  out that the
 -,.���      ln  the
hour ot trial." Not' so with this hope
weighs upon their spirits. But even I tor it is "a living hope." Living not
���, Uie wilderness, with its tempta- merely as, opposed to ^Wag***
tions  and  trials,  they  are  abundant- ol  the world   but as roo,   ��� ,
lv blessed. Ever at the close of the to U>e present M*��g����� B��n fl����
toilsome day's march they can ..ft ap Jgg^g"* % J, ^o'fb,�� the "power
their eyes to the far-off hills of the, o{ ajj '_ew ���fe , ,3gotten by the
promised land, and the light which Mt of Go(j. Born again, the
bathes Its distant peaks illumines j ^hr,gtInn wniks, as a beloved child, in
(heir hearts with hone. |he comfort 0f the Father, and, be-
No matter what may be our lot. If i ] ol(i|ng tj,e "abundant mercy," the
we are God's children, It is glorious, ROverelKn Mndriass. which sought
with untold blessings. Kven while __., ,���.���
the world may pity or desnlse us, OUT        _      ^^
 ���    ron^nl"  which  can   surmount  every   trial.   It
and    cert!*in|l8 ,n(Ieed a hope whlch "maketh not
has     continually
Iwavs        "'        "i . T une worm iiiaj  inv  ��>  '"�����"""��� --��� ��� I snrlneing up  in  his heart   this  hope
,. [sooner or later we fall back into the l )lKlrtg  should  exult    at  the contem-1   H��**W -��
���cngthl ,     , .. .   .,���.��������� _a _���..  m,���fl-���  ���f    fh�� irri
Ihe hand of wise control It ls always
destructive.      Know    your    strength I ���"""""  " -   ������-            ,..c....o    ���	
V\\  caatral it.    Sin is the struggle!sh,ldows from whlch I)erhaps we "W ftaMw  of , *�� K''e��    ��
,     , .        i never come mercies God has prenaret
Cor supremacy between animal loroes L free gift* bf Jthe divine powi��r ine i -iri- ,      ,
and higher spiritual    powers.      Paul |    The shadowed way Is the easy way.kn_fMta_ee is ours. As each Israelite!^ *b���oatd
said  "I keep my  body  under."    The because It is the lazy way.   It is easier  found his Inheritance   or portion    ln
uisslons down stairs must be suborol lo linger In the valleys than to climb  the material  rest of Canaan,    so for
The! lhe '"!!s 1"1' Wl< ��ee n0 vlslon there1"", all  Gods promises clrulnato
IH    lIHieew    a   uw|n    ........
n shamed because the love of God is
In our hearts by the
which    Is  given    unto
1 for us. As
powii-r  the
Holy  Ghost       	
Well      might      the    Apostle     crv
  us. all  Gods  promises  wimiuu-    *", "Ripsspd   be  the God  and  Father 'H
dlna.ed to the people up stairs.    ThelUie mus dui wi h. w ��� ^ll'j'he celestial blos-'��� "I _"a sal^-    ��*������  ���gu!) chrlgt'. and well may
r ^rcontro; "JEL ^1^^^ V^ wSB W^A ^fina? ��l��  -h   ,,���ken,ng  .ove  and   kind-
In
sweat of blood plalnlv proved that
he suffering of the redeemer fctegan
long before the crucifixion. Gethsemane was the place of mental
agony.
Then from the fact tho suffering of
the Saviour, both mental and
physical, was the means of accomplishing the great salvation, was unveiled the principle that all success
has to be bought with the expenditure of life.
That It was useless for the merchant to expect his business to
prosper unless he put himself ln to
It.
Some churches who have had
everything ln their favor, such as
wealth, honor, organization, have
failed to reach dying souls, because
the members had not put their 1W%
into the work, they had ntever known
the agony ot a Gethsemane. THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1905
: Sporting News
i       and Comment.
w ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
At Victoria  on  Saturday tho  senior
team defeated the Vancouver team ai
hockey by 4 goals to 1.
At    the   iirockion    Point   athletic
(.rounds   Saturday   ilie     Queen's   College   Junior!   niei      and     defeated   lhe
Vancouver   College   juniors   In rugby  football by  2��  points to 3.
In Association football at Westli.-im
Island Saturday afternoon the Vancouver ciiy 1 < 11111 defeated ihe Island
boys by one goal, It being Ihe only
point made throughout the entire
game. By winning this game lhe city
learn qualified for the final in the
competition now going on.
The Celtic and Shamrock football
teams met at Brockton Point Saturday afternoon in a closely contested
game -which resulted In victory for
ihe former by the score of two goals
to nil This victory places the Celtics in the finals for the Empire
Charily cup over which competition
has been very keen.
Tonight at S:;iO the Vancouver
Rowing club will hold It's annual
meeting and election of officers for
lhe ensuing year. Plans for the coming season will also be discussed.
Through n typographical error In
Saturday's issue of The News it was
stated that the New Westminster Lacrosse team made the famous eastern trip in the year 1901, whereas the
trip was made in 1900, and wasn't 11
a shock to the eastern sports?
WANTS   MONEY   BACK.
Secretary   of   Seattle   Lacrosse   Team
Complains  About  Matt  Barr.
Secretary Kennedy of the Seattle
Lacrosse team In a letter to Secretary
Ryall of the locals registers 11 kick
.'.gainst the management of the
league, inasmuch as the Seattle club
has never had refunded the $100 forfeit put up by It at the beginning
of the past season. When thr schedule for 19fl5 Was arranged, all of the
clubs entering in the rare posted a
forfeit of $100 for their appearance
in all games, the amount to be refunded at the end of tbe season. As
is well known Ihe Seattle team failed
to make expenses last year, and some
time ago asked for the refund of
their forfeit money through the secretary of the association, Matt. Barr
of Vancouver.
Failing to elicit response from
Barr. Secretary Kennedy wrote to
President Hooper of Victoria, before
whom he laid the case. Some time
later he received word from Mr.
Hooper to lhe effect thai the secretary at Vancouver hid been instructed to refund th" money; Kennedy
claims that he has written to Secretary Barr of Vancouver repeatedly
bill that he has failed up lo dale to
get an answer one way or the other
from him.
These statements were made in a
iriendly letter to Mr. Ryall, who corresponds occasionally with Mr. Kennedy. If the matter is not adjusted
ai an early date It will be brought up
���I the annua) meeting of the association  which  will  he held  in  April.
No charges are made against Secretary Barr, ihe letter being more in
the nature of a complaint as to negligence on tiie part of the secietary in
ignoring the repeated letters from the
southern city.
Swanson and the Jap.
Great interest is being taken by
Vancouver sports in the coining return wrestling match between Sinclair Swanson of Naiiaiino, and Mat-
snda of Vancouver In the Vancouver
opera house on the night of March '21.
Malsuda it Is said has made a hit
with several Vancouver business men
who are] willing t,o baolc their man
to the extent of $1,000 so firm are
they in lite belief Ihiil he is a winner. In addition to ihe side bet, tine
entire gate receipts after deducting expenses will go to the winner, thus
making ihe bout worth while to the
1 otitestants.
Both men are well known as adepts
at the art. and ii is only reasonable
to predict a bumper house on the
night   of  the  bout.
It is quite probable that a goodly
sprinkling of x��� Westminster sports
\"lll journey to the Terminal City tn
witness the contest, as the game 'is
very popular here.
He spoils are willing to hack him
lather heavily considering that he is
something of a, youngster at the
game as yet.  However,  the boy    is
nervy, and has made a splendid re-'
(ord in California this winter, and
will certainly give a good account of
liniselt against lhe more experienced
lighters even if he should not win
the  liatih .
>��elson Takes No Chances.
Philadelphia   March  10.���"Tberte is
too   much     al   stake-     for   me,"     said
Battling Nelson today, when it was
Intimated thai he should ease up in
ills work. :is he is undei the weight
neclassary for him to make for his
fighi here with McGovern next week.
"We   received   an   offer   from     New
York yesterday   of $1,000   for   next
Thursday. Friday and Saturday providing     1     knocked    out     Terry     Mr-
'lovern. and there are more offers on
top of lti.it. 1 guess Terry has rocetv-
ed son.'' of the same kind, so that we
loth have lots to win or lose In lhe
battle."
Another large crowd visited the
I raining quarters at iSsSingtOn today,
nnd watched Nelson go through his
gyin. work. For three-quarters of an
hour hi? went through one exercise
alter another and after the finish although in a perspiration, he showed
no signs of being tired and his wind
was nearly as good as when he
started. He took on threle sparring
partners. In each bout there wns considerable wrestling. When he got
close to an opponent, Nelson boiled
blS head against his man and played
for  the  body.
Difference of OpinTon.
New York, March 10.���Eddie Han-
Ion, who fought both McGovern and
Nelson, picks the former to win and
tells his reasons why. Eddie fought
McGovern In Philadelphia, and lost
In the fourth round after putting
Terry flat on his back In the same
round. Haiilon rushed in wildly and
was battered to the floor when the referee, stopped it. In San Francisco more
than a year ago Eddie lost to Nelson
after nine rounds of hard fighting.
The referee also stopped this fight as
I]anion was helpless,
**.!
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^Ny-A
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope,
"Tenders tor Construction," will be
received at the office of the Commls-
sioners  of  the   Transcoiilinental   __\
way  a!   Ottawa,  until   twelve  o'c'ock  pounds shall be collected on the grqss
noon   on   .Monday,     the     12th   day   of1
March,   1906,   for   the   work   required
for  ihe  const met ion,    in  accordance
made  and  publishing  notices  in  the
Yukon  Official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within tin- Yukon
Territory, arc open in prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land tn be
prospected, an area ni 1020 acres for
Such   peri.nl   as   he   may   decide,   the
with the plans, profiles and specifications of said Commissioners for Hie
following sections of ih" Transcontinental Railway, the said work to be
complete,! on or before lhe first day
of September, 1907, viz.:
Ill District "i\" Prom a point designated on tile plans of ihe said
Commissioners at or rear Ihe Co ' of
Winnipeg, i<, a point known as Peninsula Crossing, nea' Ihe jur.ct.on
point of the Fort William brain li of
the Grand Trunk Railway, a distance
of about  215 miles.
I2l District "B." Krom it polni designated on the plan.' of the laid
Commissioners at the north end of
the Quebec Bridge a.id Hallway 1 un-
pany's bridge in tin vicinity o 'he
City of Quebec, to a point neat La
Tuque, a distance of a.'out 150 piLes.
I?,) A steel yiaduci about 3,0iui feet
long across the Care Rouge vilhy,
tn said District "B, in the vi. nily
of tho City of Quel,"', the win 1. to
be performed In accordance with 'he
General Specifications of the CcyitulB-
sinners of the Trim.continental -1; 1-
way. and the Gcnev.i Specificii 'on
for steel bridges ail', .'inducts of 1 lie
Department ot iiail viiys and Ca.'.ls
of Canada, 1905.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may be seen in tht' ofiice of the Chief
Engineer of the Commissioner;, at
Ottawa, also in the office of the His-
irict Engineer at Kenora, Ontario,
for lhe section of District "F." anil for
the section of District "B," in the office of the District Engineer at Quebec.
Persons tendering are notified that
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 nt $10 per acre for -nil tit
ami   $jo  for   anthracite.     Not   more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one  length'of which shall not exceed three
times tbe breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area noi exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
Sold t" the prnspeet'ir at the rate I
panics holding free miners' certificates $1 an acre, and the remainder "i the
may obtain entry for a mining loca- tract reserved, namely, [280 aires.
tion. will be sold at the rate of $.1 an acre,
A free miner's certificate is granted   subject tn royalty at such rate as may
individual  or   company.      Royalty   at
the rate of ten cents per ton nf -ooo
output.
QUARTZ���Persons
years and over ami j'
of      eighteen
int stock com-
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
Daily I NEW 1 mill
Leave  WESTMINSTER  Arrive
20ain!Blaliie,  Belling :'.:<iu pm
20 pm
fur nne or more years, nnt exceeding
five, upon payment in advance "i $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 tier annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid tn the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
cupper, in the Yukon Territory, nf an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall   provide   for   the   payment   of   a
speci
fied 1
f   Ih
I leptity
t< 1 i. jr.
Dept. Interi
Order in  Council.
\V. VV. CORY.
e   Minister   of  the
lii-
tenders will not  be considered unless | Royalty of 2}_ per cent
nf the  sales
made in duplicate, und on the printed
Abe  \ttell   the featherwight cham-' forms supplied by the Commissioners,
plon, who has  not met Nelson, thinks      Separate   tenders   must   be   submit-
',     ' .,, ��� ,    __,,..   ted   for    the  work    in  each    district
Hi  Dane will  win    over Terry    next '        -
week. Abe never met McGovern. but Tenderers shall not be n any waj
was matched with him and has seen entitled to rely upon the classification
him in  many  lights. or   any   other   Information     tfvenby
any person on behalf of the Commissioners, and before submitting any
tender, bidders should make a careful examination of the plans, profiles,
ind read
ihe forms to be executed, and fully
Inform themselves as to the quantity
of materials and character of workmanship required; and are understood
to accept and agree to be bound by
the terms and conditions contained
in the form of contract, specifications.
etc., annexed to the form of tender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed and be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, pay-
anle   to  the   Commissioners    of    the
Transcontinental   Railway    for    the
sum of four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000), for Dlstricl "F." and
two hundred and twenty-five thousand
dollars ($225,000) for District "B,"
nnd thirty-five thousand dollars ($36,-
000) for steel viaduct In said Dlstricl
"B." Any person whose tender Is accented shall within ten days after
the   acceptance   thereof     furnish   the
security required by the Commissioners for the due and faithful performance of Ihe contract, according to Its
terms, sign the contract, specifications nnd other documents required
lo be signed by said Commissioners;
and in any case of refusal or failure
on Ihi' part of the party whose tender
tccepted   to  complete  nnd   execute
f the products of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W, T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Flacer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly
Saskatchewan Riv
Synopsis   of  Canadian   Northwest
HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any even numbered section of Dominion Lands in Manitoba or the
Northwest Provinces, excepting 8 and
26, not reserved, may be liomcstcaded
by any person who is the sole head of
a family, or any male over 18 years
"f age, to the extent of one-quarter
section of 160 acres more or less.
Entry may be made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land is situate, or if the
homesteader desires, he may, on ap-1
plication to the Minister nf the Interior, Ottawa, the Commissioner of
Immigration, Winnipeg or the local
agent receive authority for some one i
to make entry for him.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(l) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
4:25 pmlhara,     Burlington,   Mt.   Vernon,     Everett,
Seattle        and
[Portland.
4:35 pin Spokane.      st 3:00 pm
Paul      md     all
points  East.
9^20 am Anacortes, 13:00 inn
Woolley,     and1
IRockporl.
3:00 pm Vancouver        19:20am
9:20 pm| 4:85 pm
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, si. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,  Duluth.  Chicago, St.
Louis and  all  points  East.
For    complete    Information,
rales,    berth    reservation,   etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YKRKKS, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash,
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
Hart Angers  Ryan.
Los Angeles, March 10��� The worst drawings and specifications
thing about a lighter is his ability to
dream out an alibi. Only two fighters
have ever really acknowledged that
the other was the better fighter.
These two men deserve monuments.
All Ihe others are able to explain Ihat
it was a chance blow or lack of condition.
Marvin Hart, one of the heaviest
jokers in ihe world, has reached
Louisville in safety and the first
thing he did was to call a meeting of
the Kentucky Colonels. After the
usual libation to the stale of the busy
shotgun and Ihe never-dying feud,
Marvin unfolded his tale. He Informed them, stih, that he had been foully conspired agin, suh���jobbed, by
gracyl McCarey, the manager of the
club, was Tommy Burns, business
manager, Buh���well, a half manager,
anyway���Tommy Burns was always
loaf in' around his office, sub! Tommy
Ryan, who was supposed to train Marvin, went away and did not come
back���only boxed with Mlstah Hawt
three t'mes, by jeeniiny! Referee By-
ton wouldn't let Mlstah Hawt hit
Mistah Bu'ns, no sub! Mlstah Bu'ns
stuck his fingers into Mlstah llawt's
I've, gad suh, he did  sub!
'l'lie big tumble-footed hay miner
should    have    thought     of something
(2) If the father  (or mother, if the
,m ,be North fath|r iS deCea8ed,) of ihc h��ra��tea<)�� ONTARIO, QUEBEC, and  the MARI-
()n the  North resides  upon   a   farm   in   the   vicinity! timV PDnvtVPPO
          claims are cither nf  the  land  entered   for  the  require imt' l KUV1NLIM>-
bar  or  bench,  the  former  being   100 ments as to residence may he sa
feet long and extending between high by such person residing with the fa-
and low water mark.     The latter in- ther  or  mother.
eludes bar diggings, but extends back       (3) If the settler lias bis permanent
to the base  of the  hill  or bank,  not residence   upon   farming   land   owned
exceeding   1000  feet.     Where  steam by him in the vicinity of his home-
power  is   used  claims   200   feet   wide stead, the requirement? as to residence
may be obtained. may  be   satisfied   by  residence   upon
Dredging in the Rivers nf Manitoba the said land.
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yu
t'i'sfieti  Also to BUFFALO. NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAUX,
Assistant Geh'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Hi") Adams St., Chicago, 111.
else. This conspiracy gag will not
down with any man who saw the big
fellow falling all over himself for
twenty rounds. He says it was a tour-
handed deal to roll him, Marvin
should count again; there was only
one hand really concerned In his undoing, and   that is the   one Tommy
Burns   usually   wears   on   the   end   of   Cheques   deposited
a contract with the said Commission-
Pugs  Menace  Ballard.
Seattle    ring    followers   are    in    a
tremor of excKeml nl  over the action
of the city  council  of Ballard
their   stand regarding   the   lighting
came In that city which is a suburb
of Seattle, and quite near the big
city   which  forbids tbe game.
Recently ihe Ballard council passed
a law permitting the establishment of
a pavilion" and "auditorium" with-
cut first investigating the real object
of the promoters of the enterprise,
which wlun too late was discovered
to be preliminary steps to the starting of the fighting game In the little
city. Immediately after the ptermlf
���was granted the town was flooded
With tin horn gamblers nnd cheap
sports, and now tha rltlzenF declare
that they will not stand foi il. t 1
haiV put the proposition in" exter
lnlnation up to the city fathers. Certain ni'tiibi is ot the council are authority foi- the statement that lhe
motion will be rescinded, whil'e others
lay   that   they   will   stand   pal.   If   the
motion is rescinded 11 will be a
severe blow to Senile pugdom which
has be'eii longing foi- another taste of
the game al home, and If present
Conditions remain unchanged after
the coming meeting of the council
the sports wlll Il> In tin' seventh
heaven of delight.
If the new "Ballard Club" Is permitted to exist afler Ihe coming council meeting the fight promoters will
���tart the ball rolling with a mill be
twoen Harry or "Kid" Kranl and
Jack O'Keefo or Willie Fitzgerald
some time next month. Krant Is a
clever  and   willing  youngster,  claim-
bis  lefl   ami.
Tommy Ryan came around to the
office the other night and the young
man was wild ns a wolf over Marvin's aspersions. Here Is Ryan's
statemenl:
'Well what d'ye think of that big
lump of Herkimer going back there
and saying that 1 handed It to him
1111 here? Win didn't he have sense
enough to tell 'em he was sick'.'
That's the best tiling a man can Bay
when he puts up such a rotten fight
as he did that night' Then he's got
some   Bort   of an   alibi     a'     thai,     for
didn't he fight like a sick man? Never
saw such 11 poor exhibition in my life
He fought like a blind apple woman!
"Now. Han Bays I didn't work
with him. lie's right; I only had ihe
cloves   nn   ;i   few   Utiles   while  he   was
training. I found that be knew it all
couldn't   teach  him    anything.    He
used   tn  Bay   to  lt:e:
"Never mind about this clever
business, Ryan. I can'l box worth a
cent, but I tight all right, Vim leave
it   to  me.'
When   I   saw   Ihat   I   couldn't   leach
In  him   anything   I   quit   trying.     During
Hie fighi  1 tiled to tell hlin lo rip that
right   uppercttt   in   when   Burns   dove
into him.  He'd   do it  once,   maybe),
and then forget all about It. T|i��;
res! of the time he was walking
around the ring with his anus spread
out   like  a   man   shooting  chickens.
"Now. I'll tell you what I'll do.
I'll bet I can lick this big dub of ;ti
Hart ami I won't weigh more than
160, U that's the best he can do. I'll
flck him land I'Jl go further than
that���I'll knock him oul inside of
twenty rounds. That's what I think
of him! The idea of ii im trying to
take Jeffries' place! 1 don't wonder
Hu- 1.0s Angeles people hollered. I'd
holier myself, only I was In his
noi   and   I   Couldn't."
ers and to furnish the approved security within ten days after the acceptance of the tender, lhe said
cheque shall be forfeited to the commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited,
by parties whose
lenders nre rejected will be returned
within ten flays after the signing of
tbe contract.
Attention is called to the following
clause In the form of contract:
"All mechanics, laborers or other
persons who perform labor for the
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent workmen in the district in which the work
Is being performed-, and, if there is
no current rate in such dlstricl. then
.1 fair and reasonable rate; and, in
the event of a dispute arising as io
what is the current or a fair and
reasonable rate, it shall be determined  by tin' Commissioners, whose do
cislon   shall   lie   final.'
"This agreement is subject to the
regulations now in force, or which
may at any time hereafter be in force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for: made undo.'
the authority  of  the  Department    if
Labor, and which are or shall be ap
plleable to such works."
"The contractor shall  In  coin lion
with Hie whole of the said work, as
fir as practicable, use only materia!
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
siock manufactured or produced In
Canada, provided the same can hi' obtained as cheaply and upon us goo 1
terms In Canada as elsewhere, hav
1 ig regard  to quality  aid   price."
The contractor    shall    conform  to
lhe   Fire   Regulations   adopted   by   tile
Commissioners, and also to the Laws
and  Regulations   respecting fin's  in
the  different   provinces     wherein   the
work is being performed.
The light is reserved to reject any
01   all   tenders.
By
kon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and subject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
'Ihc lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within nne season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company lias
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river proximo,
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below   low    water    mark, that boun-
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
w, w.
Deputy  Minister   of  the
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK Till". TICKET AGENT
To SEND YOU OVER
CORY.
Interior.
Department of Militia and Defence.
New Westminster,  B. C,  Rifle  Range.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on the
envelope "Tender for Construction of
Rifle Range, New Westminster," addressed to the secretary of the Militia
Council, Headquarters, Ottawa, will lie
received until noon, tho 15th April
foi- the construction of a
rifle range at New Westminster, B. C.
Plans and specifications may be seen
and full information obtained at the
offices of the district officer commanding, Victoria; Lieut-Col. J. C. Whyte,
New Westminster, B. C��� and the director of engineer services, militia
headquarters .Ottawa.
Tenders must be made on a form
supplied  by  the  department  and  ac-
dary to be fixed by its position on the ^^^^___^^^^^_^^_^^_^^^__
1st day of August in the year of the companled by nn accepted cheque on
date of the lease. a Canadian chartered hank for 10 per
The lessee shall have one dredge cent of the amount of the tender, pay-
in operation within two years from able to the order of the Honorable the
the date of the lease, and one dredge Minister of Militia and Defence,
for each five miles within six years The ,ie,mrtment does not bind Itself
from such date. Rental $100 per mile |n accept the j0we8, m any (cn(]er
for lirst year and $10 per mile for each
cor
order,
.  E.  RYAN.
Secretary,
Injured   By  Car.
Montioal, March 10. .lames Corcoran. 15 lens nf age. managter of
the New England Shoe company al
Si. Catherine street, was Btruck and
seriously Injured by a car of tbja
Park and Island Railway company al
Montreal west last night. lie was
trying to cross tWa tracks ahead of
the car.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental   Railway,
Ottawa,   Sth   February.
1906.
Principal   of
Toronto.     March
Ing SeattlV' aa his home, and the Seat- la1��3 Dr. Sheraton.
Wycliffe.
10.���Rev,    T.    R.
O'.Meara, rector of Trinity college,
has accepted the prliicipalship of
Wycliffe college, In succession of the
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy  Hauling uur sperallly.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone IbO.
subsequent   year.      Royalty   same   as
placer mining.
riaccr mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river nnd hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on lhe base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from 1000 I"
2000   feci.       All    other    placer   claims
shall be 250 feel square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, "tic at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days ii the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office,
( hie extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
'flic person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
'l'lie discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim "f 1000 feet in
length, nand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which im royalty shall be
charged tin* rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
Yukon Territory to be paid to ihc
i "iiipin iller,
Nn free miner Shall receive li grunt
nf   nnue   than   nne   mining   claim   mi
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the -anie miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
I the same creek, gulch or river, by
giving   notice and  paying  a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year lo the value of at least $-'00.
I..  F.  PINAULT, Colonel.
Deputy  Minister of Militia and  Defence.
Department, of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, February 11, 1906.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha lo
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
nnd dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
Berths nn their sleepers arc longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. Tli'ey protect
their trains by the  Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
THE    NORTH WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest aand best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in tin-
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment ears, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking car-.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7-0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points cast, west and BOUth tn Ross-
land. Nelson and intermediate point-.
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian  Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary
Creek  point-.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  daily for  Republic,
Buffet service op trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November to,
root.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane  ... .7.15 p.m.
. .Rossland   ... .4.10 p.m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British   Columbia  Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject   lo  change  without     notice.)
VICTORIA-SKA 1 ILK   Id 11   1 1
Princi ss Ilea'rice Daily
Leaves Pint Townsend vt p. m.
Leaves Victoria '.) p.m.
Arrive Seal lie .", a.111.
Leave  Seattle ',i.:ai a.m.
Arrive  Port  Towsend  12.311 n
Arrive Victoria  3.30  p.111.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA     ton  ; 1
S. s. Princess Victoria.
Dally.
Leave   Vancouver   1   p.   m.
Leave  Victoria t  :'.. in.
VICTORIA-NEW   wi.si.vii.nm \-,\,
Itoi  I'K
S'l'lt. riiAK.ur.u.
Leaves   Victoria,  1   11.  in., Tuei 1
and Fridays.
Leaves Now Westminster, , a. m
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Calling at   Maynean  q  Bteveston,
VANCOrVF.H-NANAlMO   Hi 11  1 1
S.S. Joan leaves .Nanaimo nam except Saturday and Sunday, at 7 am,
Saturday X a. In.
Leaves     Vancouver    dally,    except
Saturday and Sunday, at 1.116 p.m.
Saturday 2.30 p. in.
WESTCOAST    ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City.
Leave Victoria 11 p. m. 1st, 10th
and 20th of each month for Ahousett
and way points.
Leave Victoria 10th of each month
for Quatslno and way points.
Leave Victoria 20th of each month
for Cape Scott anil way points Including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves    New    Westminster    1
day.
Additional   trip   leaves   New   West-
minster 5 a, m. Sunday.
Leavs Steveston Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sab
Urday 7 a. m. Friday li a. m. Ail-
illtional   trip Sa unlay  5 p.  in.
UPPER l-'KASKK RIVER ROUTE,
Steamer   Beaver.
Leave   New   Westminster   X   a.   tn.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave Chllllwack 7 a. 111. Tuesdays,
Thursdays   anil   Sat 1 days,   culling   at
landing   between   New   Westmln  'r
and Chllllwack.
NORTHERN  It   C  ROUTE.
S.   S.   Tees.
Leaves Vancouver  at  -  p. m. 2nd
and   lt'ith   of  each   month   calling *.'.
Skldegule on first trip and Bella COO"
la on second trip.
Times on arrivals and departure
are approximate.
For Tickets, reservations anil information call on or address:
,1.  W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
W. II. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight  Dept.,
New Westminster,
ED. QOULBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company]
Atlantic Express   leaves   uaity     at
16.40;  has   first-class   sleopera    and
diners.
Tourists cars   tor   Toronto   every
Monday and   Friday;    tor   Montreal
cvei',   Wednesday  and  Saturn.1, .
Seattle train  leaves daily al   > '���'���"���
For  further particulars apply to
ED. coiLi-.i.
(1. I'. K. Agent.
New   WestD ni"'' ".
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passemger   Agent,
Vancouver.
I .cave
g.20 a in.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a 111.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. It. MAIN LINK
Leave New Westminster 15.40 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 11.35 daily.
C. P. It. MISSION HRANCH.
Lv. New West. . 8.80; ar. Seattle 16.60,
Lv.  Seattle 10;  ar.  New  West. 18.40.
C. P. It. WKSTH. JUNCTION.
Lv.  New  West.  10.36 and 17.35.
Ar .New West. !i.:i.", and 18.40.
C. P. It. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster f,.:i(l a. 111.
CHEAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N, W. 8.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.36 I'.in.; ar. Seattle lb p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. w. ;: p.m.
Lv. Seattle  1.:'" p.m.;  ar. N. W.   9.SB
p.111.
V., W. k Y.���VANCOUVER.
Lv. N. W. :: p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m��� and 1 ]'���'"���
C.  N, R,    POUT OUK       iN
Lv.  N.  W. 0.20 a.::!.,  ar,   lulchon
2.20 11.111.
l.v. Guichon ".in 1.11..;  . r. N. W.
I'.:::, p.m.
Mondays only.
Ii. c. ELECTRIC
I,v.   Now   Wesl.
nnd   hourly  until   I I
hourly   between   12.1
VKIi.
��� , 60   8
with half-
:iii;  0.30 p.m.
VANi
50   1
p.ni
... .Nelson  b.45 p.
II. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent;
Northern Pacific!
t,������
II. s
1,14 Third St.
ROW.!'., General Agent,
mr Alder, Portland, Or.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATI.IN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily   trains   (except   pean points.
Sunday)    carrying    passengers,    mail,  Spec|a|    Reduced
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Hates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Stcamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
express    and    freight    connect    with
A  certificate   that   work   has  been j stages at Carcross and White Horse,
done must be obtained each year; if i maintaining a through winter service.
not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGF.RS, Traffic  Manager,
Maekinnon Bldg.,
iL^       Vancouver, B. C.
Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A.
Saturday  half-hourly  noon i>   11  I'"1-
Sunday hourly   8   a.m. to 11 i,1M-;
with half-hourly bet noon and 7 vm-
Lv. Vancouver same time throughout.
Fraser River and^Gulf
IT RIVER,
Heaver���
From N. W   Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From  C.ivk.  Tu.,  Th.,  Sat., 7 "ra'
Ramona���
From  N. W. Tn., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
Favorite-
Prom N. w. dally, ex. Sun., 2.15 p.m-
From Ml. Lehman, 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. dally, ex. Sun., 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, ."> a.m.
B>om Steveston. 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 W-'
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Sal urday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.    Received.
Sent He. via SiimaslO.OOp.m.    6.46 I1 ���'"
Sap'n & Mlllsldc.lO.OOp.m.   I'.ir.p.i''
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   H.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, Illalne,
Seattle, etc..   .. 8.45a.m.   8.30p.O-
Van. & Cent. Pnrk...10.30 n.m.   ";!>������"���
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby..  ..  1.15p.m.   1 1 ���'''���"''
Steveston, etc....  1.30p.m. lO'SO*���'
East,  via C.P.R... 3.00 p.m. 12.00 m
Sap.. Mill, Coq'm.. 3.00 p.m. 12.00 m
Van. t Burnaby.. 3.30 p.m.   6.00 !>��������. M-
MARCH   12,  1900
JHE DAILY NEWS
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. A A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at 8 o'clock p, m., ln
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend.       Dr.  W.  A.   DeWolf  Smith,
Watch
CLOTHES IN KOREA.
EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION.
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. NO. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited
to uttend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY. No. 459
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange ball, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. K. Dunlop, W.
P.;    K.   K.   Matthias.  Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets In Orange hall first and
third Friday in each month al v p.
m.   Visiting brethren are cordially
invited   to  attend.     K.   K    Matthias.
W. M.; .1. Humphries, Rec, Sec.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Oddfellows' hall, Columbia  stn e . everj   Mondaj   evening,
Visiting  lit'"'.  ��� :, it
dially invited to attend.   S, 3  May,
N   Q :    W. K   <'n.lib.mi. Rei   9  ���
New
Westminster
Boom!
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings thi first and third Tui -
day in each month. Visiting
brethren i ondtally Invited to attend
Lodge  m. A. 0, I". W. ball, Odd
fellows' block. Clai I   m      ��� et, c.
 li'it   AcfDrJIim   In   Hi,    ( ���i. ���.!,,,
��� nd   >I>1   the   VVe��lh��-r.
A characteristic of the Koreans
which has helped to their undoing ts
a nation was the fact that they  were
guided  whoHy   by  pri dent     When a
new situation presented they did not
cope with It ln the light of the day
they were living, but were guided en
tlrely by the old saws and the ancient
maxims of wise men who had been
dead u thousand years or so. \ strik
lug illustration of this national trnit
was furnished in the matter of theli
wearing apparel, which was changed
according to an ancient calendar and
without any regard to the temperature
of the day.
Korea is a land of great extremal of
heat and cold, and the man who draft
��M the calendar by which all clothing
ls changed, ihough a Chinese sage, it
is said,was not a sue,, -. aa I weather
prophet, unless, as sonic maintain, tie
climate In the course of the hundred!
0( years which have elapsed has cluing
ed.   When the calendar announces new
iii"_-ins the period of greatest cold tin
conservative Korean, although the ah
inui be soft and balm]   pad* onl bit
while   garments    whh    all    or    seven
thicknesses of cotton wadding, until
the thin man becomes n in man and
the StOUl party swells up to such ener
mous size as to block up the street*
when l.e walks, or, rather, ro bi 0 id
Again, though spring and early sum
mi; maj bai e i ome and Uie beat pre
vailing be almost tropli nl the Ko
swelters about In Iii- n i It
in perspiring venerntlou of I - beredl
t.-ry calcndai     Nefl  5
TREACHEROUS   RIVER   BEDS.
S, Corrif in, recorder;
master workman.
Louis  Witt,
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115. SONS OF ENGLAND. B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Weibi isdaj of each month.
in k of P, il.ill. Columbia St.. at
S p. in.. White Ruse Degree, Fourth
Wednesday    in    each  month,  same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. B. It. Stinch-
comb., Pies.. IL Disney, Secretary.
Other Cities  Have
Grown, Why not We?
11, i
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099.  I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at X o'clock. In the small
hall.   Oddfellows'    block.      Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rtishton. C. It.; F, P,
Maxwll, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Ixidgo are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at S p. m. In lhe Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. IL;
F. P. Maxwell, See.
Patronize  the   merchants  ot
the ROYAL CITY  .  .   .     .
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. S. ltiyson, S. C; N. R.
Brown, Rec. Sec.
SONS 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. .lohn McNiven,
Chief; J. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets ln 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 S p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. B. White, Sec.
"It." naturally follows!!! What???
; Satisfaction, of course, to every man
I Who smokes the
B. C. and Old Sport Cigars
Manufactured by lhe II. C. Cigar
| Factory, New Westminster, B. C. All
i flrsl class dealers handle these brands,
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor
 ,/i.^!^RM^IXSSs~mS8t
Keep Our
_*      rf!
MONEY
At Home
A ttomeataader-a nmiii When tn
In   ll'i-   ilniel. s��� ml*.
'I'be 'im.. ei -" w a: on. co  ' < ere i
and travel worn. Is always picturesque
The traveling bome loi a family and
.���i.l llieir worldly goods, from furultun
tu poultry. Is sttll a familiar Bight "i
we.tern roads. The spun nf dtssutls
ts, ti hi aud longing for newer fields
il,.it lurks under Hint broad brimmed
hit is a spark of the same flre that tins
been ihe theme of our history. By
some stream under th" cottonwoods ot
an evening you may BomeUmes see tins
half gypsy,   nnd   the lire,   with  Its  ac
compnnylng smell of bacon and beans
or the sung and accordion, will suggest
as you drive by why the roving has always its fascinations.
There are, however, the long dusty
days of travel nnd sore backed horses,
Uie occasional swollen funis, and always present, though seldom encoum
tered, are the quicksands of the dry
bottom streams. They are inilistln
gutobable and silent. The shallow ribbons of water flow over them as over
all the rest of tbe river bed. lint once
fairly in their grasp there Is a remorseless, certain Rottllng. which a struggle
'inly hastens and which ends Pi an ever
lasting disappearance. Cattle and
horses nre caught 111 It oftenest, anil. If
seen In time, can lie pulled out with u
rope and horse, but into its hungry
maw have gone horses, wagons and
nii-n. and even a locomotive, going
through a bridge, has been known to
disappear lu this bottomless mystery.���
Allen True ln Outing.
It�� Origin llnr of thr 1 ��..,!,,.i  !:���!��-
mas   of   tbf   World.
The origin of Egyptian  civil   (tloi
has bi-eii tbe enigma of Uie world foi
the jiast twenty-five centime*. Pre
sentlng no historic or even myth
fancy, it appears before the we
once as a highly civilized and organ;,
community centuries before Moses waa
a boy. I'pnn tins (Object Kenan says
"Egypt has no archaic epoch, but sud
nVnlj takes Its place ln ">���* world In al!
its matchless magnificence, without fa
ther and wlihout mother and as clear
apart from all evolution as if It bad
dropped from tbe unknown heavens.'
Would not an explanation at least feasl
ble tic found In the hypothesis that 11
received Its civilization from som#
Bouree no longer existing? Menes, tha
first historic figure In its long line ol
dynnstli-s, the outlines of whose per
sonnllty loom up waverlngly hulefliiitt
but grandly Impressive against lhe dee)
mythic background of prehistoric storj
at least 4fioii B. c., conceived and ex
cent iii enterprises extorting the warm
est admiration from the best engineers
of the twentieth century Did he not
alter the course of  the   Nile  by   vast
embankments to gain stable founds
turns other than lo shifting sands fot
Ins sacred   city  of  Memphis  and  een
uruet the artificial lake of .\!""Hs. -it*'.
miles iii circumference aud 380 feel
deep, as a reservoir tor the waters of
the Nile?
Look, too, at tbe colossal achieve
nieiiis of his successors In architecture,
sculpture, engineering, astronomical,
political, medical, s.n-ial nnd military
ce, to say nothing of navigation
and theology, Witness the ruins of
the Labyrinth recorded by Herodotus,
wiii. ii bad 8,000 chambers, half of them
: bove ground and half below, a com
bination ot courts, chambers, eolon
i..ei' -. statues und pyramids. Witness
ihe wonders of the magnificent temple
.,f Kiiiiiak. which still awakens our admiration, a temple, as Denon says.
wherein tbe cathedral of Notre Dame
tn Paris could be set Inside one of its
balls and yet not touch the walls. Wit
ness the Sublime pyramids originally
uullt In honor of the sun god lla and
for use as astronomical observatories,
the splendors of Memphis, Thebes and
HeUopoIla, of the sphinx and the.obe
llsks, the statuary and the numerous
temples   with   Uie  ruins of which the
land ls still filled.- Exchange.
YOllNIi FIELD'S LIFE        GETS SHIM 1DVICF
IS All MONOTONOUS        FDOM HM MM.WD
While Other  Boys  Play  Marbles Thi,   Woman    Financier   Tells    How    Sh
Heir   to  $200,000,000   Plays Succeeds  In   eusines, on
Not At All.
Wall Street.
New   York,  March 9.���Guarded day
n.i night, deprived of the sports m "   Bl':,spinK   underwriting  syndicates
���.'-'-  ��� ���--"-���-     -.-���- I*"11    Predaton    financiers,    ������--     *
has displayed rem
business.
Seated al he, de I
fCf'   tW��   PlUCky   little  ��,������,���,    ���,.,
1'"'  |s onlj  slight!}  tinged with
spenda hei   time
1 ",|s  l"'1   "me  dlsi u  linn  ,,1.1,1
"- notation.  ..: -";:
;"    tnd   u,e  financing    *--..-
Religious  mo
lines,
on   tin
prayer
walls
books
and
���loyal   (InmMera,
The fascination which games of
chance have exercised ever gentle and
simple Is well illustrated In the description by Stow of the entertainment
gWen by Henry Plcnrd, mayor of London, In l.'l.'i, when the kings of France
and Scotland, being prisoners In England, and tbe king of Cyprus ou a visit
tu Edward III., the mayor "kept his!
tin It against all comers that were willing to play at dice and hazard. The
Lady Margaret, his wife, did keepe her
chamber to the same Intent." The
mayor, having won BO marks from the
king Of Cyprus, returned him the money, saying, "My lord and king, be not
nggrieved, for I covet not your gold,
but your play."���Chambers' Journal.
BOOST FOR A
WHOLESALE
HOUSE
A Divided Sentiment.
Little Agues ls twelve years old. Ste
L�� a poetess. She has. maybe, a sense,
of humor and, positively, she did not
like her stepmother, (lu the latter's
birthday the youthful rhymer put forth
all her powers to please tbe lady who
bad usurped her own mother's place.
The quatrain run as follows:
I thank you fnr your kindness,
I thnnk you for your love
And hope find wlll reward you
lly I 0 Ti: you ubove.
Her stepmother hardly knew whether
this was to be taken prematurely or
UOt. She supposed not.���New York
Press.
CATCHING TURTLES.
Methoda   V.ra   >>>    Ihc   riikinra   mt
the  Tropica.
Turtles arc always captured ut night
and usually on moonlight ones. This
Is the time they go on the shere to lay
their eggs. They select a smooth,
sandy beach, dig holes In the sand, de
jioslt their eggs there and leave them
to be batched by the heat of the sand.
When tbe turtles are ou shore fur this
purpose hunters come upon them, and
they are easily overtaken, for turtles
are slow movers. The hunters have
not a very strenuous undertaking. All
that ls necessary to be dune Is to turn
the turtles on their hacks and leave
them until the next day, when they are
removed.
Another more curious way of catch-
tug turtles Is by fishing by the rrinoru.
a llsh found In the tropical waters. The
popular name of tills llsh and the oue
by which Uvo children of those countries call them Is the sucking fish, This
name Is given to Uiem ou account of a
disk on their beads, by which they can
attach themselves to any smooth surface, like the side of a shark, a ship
or the shell of a turtle. This dlak ls
like the soft leather "suckers" that are
popular with schoolboys. When this
flsh has once attached himself to any-
Uilng you can pull him to pieces rather
Uian force him to release Ida bold.
Turtle hunters go in boats and carry
several of these remoras In tubs. When
they see a turtle and get near him Uie
sucker Is sent after hlin. He Is held
by the ring on bis tall, which In turn
Is attached by a stout cord. Soon the
fish Is securely fnstcned to tbe shell
of the turtle, and turtle and flsh are
hauled Into the boat together. Once In
the air Uie remora loosens bis bold and
ls dropped back Into the tub to rest
until another turtle Is Sighted.���Washington Star.
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, HCOtOO and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
Spring stock now  in.    Make your
selection.
H. M0REY & CO.
Booksellers,
Stationers,
Printers.
WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
[217-219 Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C.
f. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Urd Block.  Htv, Westminster, B.C.
BOOST
Unities  in   ll,.'  Sea.
I'iglils between sharks and porpoises
are said to be common In the waters
around tbe Florida keys, and the flsh
eruieu thereabout declare that the por-
pulse always wins and sends the shark. I
which usually begins t)_- tight, scurry
ipg away. The shark has ��o turn on Us
Side to bite, and the nimble porpoise
������nsll.v keeps out of reach of Its snap
ping Jaws and then Jumps In nnd deals
the shark tremendous slaps with its
tall.
tlovern  Tnnrself.
Men nnd women often say they can't
govern themselves. That Is simply admitting they have defects of ebnracter
which nre their masters. They ought
to make effort and see If they are,not
mistaken. The worst effects of hick of
self control are on the health. It allows every kind of bad habit lu eating, drinking, dressing and sleeping to
gain possession of the person, and the
result Is a weak Instead of a strong
character.-Home Notes.
ALL THE
TIME
Worst  Ever.
"Yes, Indeed; he's the homeliest man
In public life today. Haven't you ever
Been him?"
"No, but I've seen caricatures of
him."
"Oh. they flatter hlin You should
pee him." ��� Catholic Standard and
''lines.
A   Groat Deteetlre.
"You say he hnB grown whiskers
���Ince last you saw him?"
"Ye��."
"How did you recognize him?"
"By my umbrella."   Milwaukee Sen-
.���Inel.	
H�����*��U.
Wees tela to lam-, bat she to of colossal sUitra, and sometimes, while her
a���ord to not yet unsheathed, she
stretches oat her huge left arm and
grasps her victim. The mighty band to
Invisible, bat the victim totters under
the dire clutch.- (le >rge Eliot.
Don't Knack I
T-raet I pon HIM.
"How did1 stupid old Boresomc ever
get e reputation for wit?"
"He was once Interviewed by n brll
llant young reporter." ��� MinncLpolh
.Ton���;at.
She Could  T. II.
Wife-John,   you've   been   drinking.
Oh. I can tell.   Husband   Well, don't
do It, in'denr.   LefSb keep It a family
sbecret.    Philadelphia Ledger.
We know the truth, not only by the
reason but by the heart.���Pascal.
H.-.1   in  Battle,
Heil has always been 11 favorite military color. Its employment dates from
the time ot Lyciirgus, the Spartan, who
commanded bis army to be arrayed in
red tunics In order that new recruits
might not be dismayed at the sight of
blood. Hi vlrst use In the British army
dates from bri20, when the yeomen of
tbe guard were dressed In red.
which boys delight, with no com
panions of his own ape. Marshall
Held. BOH   in  his thirteenth  vear andla
l.e,,-   to   a   fortune   of   $200.000, I,   is   /
com polled to lead ai the Beard col
lage  at   Lake���ood,  x.  .1..  a  life of
seclusion almost as strict in its dall]
regime as that of a Capuchin monk.
The two recreations allowed him
���urn are a horseback ride and a walk
end these are tak. n under the 1 yea
Of   his   tutor,    a    Chicago
" ��� -sin. and David w beeler, a
muscular groom.
in   wide contrast    to    the  almosl
prison-like existence of young  Field
.in>  is  nnu   receiving  an  education
ihat  will lib  him to handle the mil
lions lefl  !���'   his grandfather, is the
can " ��� ������ life of young Fov It 1
v., C01 mlck,  onlj     grandson  of  .lohn
11    I'.m kefelli 1       Tht   la 1   is  living
with  his  fathei   al   a   tune]  in   Lake
wood,   while  his  mother  attends  the
cence  ol   her  little  daughter
Mm iei  al   the  Rockefeller honn    Ko
, \\ .-si  Plftj foui Ui Btreet, New  Vm k.
1 oung  MiCormlck Is heir   to   even
v . .;ili than the boj   who �� f!
ie the Field fortune, but  few  re
are placed around him.   Al
d   onlj   bj   a   governess,  till
of  ii   plays at  the lake In  the Band
with other boj b,   He can les a pocket
ful  of marbles,  and  his  cheerfulness
ami demoni racj  have made him one
nl the  most   popular    boys  al   Lake
wood,
Tints on the stage of this resort is
afforded the remarkable spectacle of
two boys, I101I1 heirs to vast wealth,
each ih" verj antlpode of the other
in disposition and character, and each
receiving a course of training exact-
Ij opposite to thai of the other.
in bis appearance as well a his
bearing young Field shows a marked
difference to the sunny faced Fowler
McCormlck. The former Is short and
stocky. He tins Bquare shoulders and
he Btands perfect!} si might as he has
been trained to do, lie has a Bquare,
rather high forehead, gray, thoughtful eyes, a firmly set mouth, an almost square chin.
in everj way he strongly resembles
his grandfather, ami. child though he
Is. there are ii seriousness and an air
nf reserve that heighten the likeness
The face of this child appears lo
1 Hint to the determiued man of business which he is to be. lOven now
his face does not show the light'
iieaitedness of boyhood, bul rather
the thoughtful lines of maturity. He
does not make the least effort to see
Ills one time companion. Fowler Mccormick, though he lives not three
blocks away.
Young McCormlck Is slender, blue
eyed and dimpled. He Is always
laughing, brim full of good humor and
good fellowship.
Young Field begins his studies
under his tutor every morning
promptly al i* o'clock In the school
room of the Beard cottage. At 10..1(1
recess is announced and In company
with his tutor and the groom the heir
takes his horseback ride.
He rides between his escorts and
he has been taught to place his hum!
before his face If any snapshot pho
togfapher tries to take his picture.
The groom hns also had strict In-
itructlons regarding tilts, and so far
no photographer has suceeded in getting 11 picture nf the hoy. Fowler McCormlck, on the other hand, grins
good-naturedly whenever an amateur
or a tourist tries to snapshot him.
and he never tries to evade the
camera,
The ride ends al noon, and after
lunch the boy must devote himself to
his studies from 1 to 8 p. ill. Then
he goes out for a walk, guarded as
before. He speaks lo no 0110. Hoys
sonietlines look at hlin as he passes,
Int none are allowed to address I1I111.
Indeed, his austere, almost repellent, manner, does noi Invite It.
Once a week Marshall Field goes to
New  York  to  see  his  mother.     He Is
acompanled on these nips by George
Lowe, the 11111 lot-, and the ever-
I resent groom. His sister, little
Gwendolyn Field. Is being guarded almost as closely ns her. brother. She
Is always under the eyes of two
nurses.
Mrs,    Marshall    Field,    mother    of
these two children,   rarely   appears
and there Is no entertaining ut  Beard
collage.    II  Is  really    a    mansion ofI
twenty   rooms   standing     at     Fourth   Lumberman    Wants
street  and  Private way
 0	
V   " .elation:
ndiCi
Mrs.     J.
predatory
Alden ,;:nl'"''i' " 1 "i the i
;-'ment   firm  that   hears   he,-   nam���
financial  success
'" '" -alned in Wall streel by godlj
IJf'"6s8 methoda  conducted through
'^""^ Glance    She say, she ,3
b>   ����    'Pint  of her    dead
.ufand'  *""  founded  the  business
Bne conducts.
.     ' n'';" '     '       -   In the won,,,"
., ,     -;   -      !      '        "  ere there are
'���   -     '      stianand godlj  ,,.
"',XS:"' erwlse    she added
where would 1
M"  Garlord has achieved the dl��
''"'���""" ,>r "'"^ on    th,   manage-
""""1"1   '"   I  :    forty
which   00-
he third
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��� ' 1   belief that
ral  million
���
"'US    In    till'    Ii,,;,;   ,
���I      foi
1
(strict
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partner, Mr.
scrip-
only one-quar-
that is enough.
per-
it her day
one for f3,000,000
$2,000,000.
Lord   has
are posted
1  restame,-L   .,���,i
�� hed��S."3    :'   m"K|~
\';- everj morning after 1 arrive
1,1   ihie  city,"  .sal,,   Mra   ,;l,ln;i|'n'|
Tl* ��� fmoment8 '�� "1,1 Trinity
"     ' '>���, Thai   was   a   c���ston]  ,)f     ���
Rand's, who was one ot ,!������ ���, t
Bodly men thai lived Before ItZ
-'���'  business hen. we have a ,������-m-
" tlnS m the office   1 havea^ood
main young men here ,��� ���,��������� f"
eachlng the bu.lnes. , cnuL' ��J
services, assisted by my
1'b'tcher.
"We   earn    ,���,   ,.ur   work   her,,
cording to the teaching ���f tn0
lures.   Even  if  I  make
ler  of one  per ci
And     '"'xl'ioss     Is     ,    ���
every purl  ���f the country   It I
fectly wonderful. Only th
tWO loans came in
and another for
"'. ,",|.l,"v,l',"'" Lord has educated
''"' In all this. 1 know He is helping
'""��� and Ihe mnnev I make will go to
,h" Lord. I null want to provide for
my grandchildren. All the rest will
go to charily  and   ihe missions"
Mrs. 0,,v|,,r,| nB8 w |���8llUl(ei|
suits against two accident Insurance
companies for the payment ���r Buma
Which she cairns are due her through
her husband's death, which resulted
from physical injuries due t��� ��� ril|| j
V'len Gaylord was for nearly forty
years a conspicuous figure in Wail
Street. He was or striking presence
and  had  a  multitude of friends
He died In 11)04 at his home In
Boonton, X. .1.. at the age of 68, leaving his business affairs In a rather
complicated state. His widow's suit
against the Aetna Life Insurance
company, accident department ls
[low being beard before Judge Dugro,
in  the supreme court.
Mrs. Oayldrd maintains In tier suit
thai mi agent of the company induced
her husband to sign R release for $911
shortly prior to his death. She asks
for lhe recovery of $11,11111).
"We were married for twentv-fotir
years,' said Mrs. Gaylord, "and all
ihai time I was my husband's con-
I'danl. He always told me about his
transactions, and that Is how I came
t" learn the details of the bond business.
"When he died he said ho woutM
not lie parted from me for long. And
now,   whenever   I   tun   In  doubt   about
anything I seek my guidance and advice from him. Yes. I am convinced
that I can commune with hlin In
spirit, although I am not a Spiritualist."
Mrs. Gnylord's home Is near Boon-
ton, X. J., where her residence,
Kohliiiinr, is situated on 11 mountain
overlooking the town. She Is a Swiss
by birth anil tells a romantic story
of her first meet lug with her hus-
banii. she was first Introduced In this
country by Mrs. Paran Stevens and
met Mr. Gaylord at 11 niiistrnle given
by Gen. and Mrs. Hancock at Governor's   Island.
SUGGESTS   SUBSIDY.
Ilenemttlnnces.
Fogg-1  told   Hass  what  yon  said���
that he reminded you of 11 giraffe be- !
cause he held his bead so high.  Fender- I
son���And what did he say?   Fogg-He i
said you reminded him of an ass. Ken-
derson���Because why?   Fogg���Because i
���y. *"* MaSsh" said.	
The GoMa-   Created   Wren.
The golden crested wren ls the smallest not only of British but of all Ku-
ropeaa birds. Its average weight Is
only about eight grains troy. The
length of tbe feathers Is about three
and a half inches and the stretch of
the wings about five Inches, but when
the feathers are taken off fhe length of
the body does not exceed one Inch.
A Poor Trade.
"yes," said the African chieftain
pleasantly, "I gave eight niiilej for r.iv
wife, nnd I must suy that I got badly
bunko*.'." ���_���
EARL  GREY   ENTERTAINS.
Hib   Less  Color  of   Military   Uniform
at  Second  Drawing-room.
Ottawa, March 12.���The second
drawing-room under the Furl Grey
regime took place Saturday night and
was fully as brilliant ns any which
have preceded. There were certain
departures from old regulations. Accordingly this year it was determined
to withdraw the general Invitation
to the Ottuwa officers nnd detail only
11 certain number to be present. The
result was to a certain extent the
���ithdrawnl of the color which usually
formed such a striking contrast to
the beautiful dresses of the ladles
Nevertheless everything passed off
in a most acceptable manner. Their
excellencies were surrounded by a
brilliant staff, and the scene In the
senate was a most striking and beau
t If ul one.
Mining Institute Officers.
Quebec, March 10.���At a meeting
of the Canadian Mining Institute yesterday the following officers were
elected: President, G. R. Smith, M. P.
P.; vice-presidents, Dr. Adams, Montreal, Major Leckle, Temagami, Out.,
Frederick Keffer, Greenwood, B. C,
3. Herrlck DUggan, Sydnby, C. B.;
treasurer, J. Stevenson lirown, Montreal; secretary, H. Mortimer Lamb,
Montreal.
Assistance    for
Ships Sailing Around the Horn.
Washington, March ID���David _.
Skinner, the representative of the Pu-
get Bound lumber Interests at. the conference of the National Lumbermen's
association, had a talk wtlh some members of the merchant marine commission today In regard to the effect of
the proposed subsidy law on the lumber industry of the Pacific northwest.
He advanced the suggestion that the
coasting vessels engaged in the traffic
between the Pacific and Atlantic
coasts by way of Cape Horn should
be sulisbll'/.ed.
Mr.) Skinner thinks that In case
these vessels were not Included the
vessels now engaged in the coastwise
trade would, after the passage of the
bill, leave for the purpose of engaging In transoceanic business and the
lumber trade would suffer.
-o-
Nomlnates Moderator.
Coburg, March 10.���The Presbytery of Peterboro has nominated Dr.
Toni3nce. of St. Paul's church,
Peterboro, as Its candidate for moderator of the general assembly.
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Settlers Order Freight Cars.
Toronto, March 10.���Orders have
hdan placed with the C. P. R. and O.
T. P. by settlers going to the Northwest for a thousand freight cars to
be supplied during the next week.
The number of horses which will Lij
taken ls close upon 3,500. THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,  MARCH  12,
1906
LENTEN ITEMS....
1. Finnan Haddie, per pound          10c
2. Codfiish, per pound       8 and 10c
3. Kippers,  3  for          25c
4. Mackerel, No. 1, per kit        $2.00
5. Fresh Herring, 41b. tins for         25c
0. Ocean Haddie and Kippered Herring, in large oval tins, 2 for     25c
7. Two tins of the best Clams, for       25c
Local News Briefly Told
T. S. ANNAINDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER.
D. VV. Gilchrist, rVlgr.
A.   HARMDAN
J. 5. UKYSON
Hardman & Bryson
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Practical Sanitarians
Complete line of Granite, Alum inum and Tlnwares.
Estimates lurnlsned on all  Classes of Plumbing Work.
Columbia Street 823 Granville Street
NEW WB-TMlMBTl-K VANCOUVER
Sole Agents  Monarch Ranges.
The Canadian General
Electric Co., Ltd.
Head Offices.    Toronto
Factories:     Toronto  and   Peterboro
Electric Apparatus for all Purposes
Dynamos, Motors, Steam Turbines, Meters,
Transformers, Lamps, Wires, Etc.
Also the Canada Foundry Co., Limited, "Canada" Air Compressors,
"Canada" Water Tube Boilers, "Canada" Rock Crushers, "Canada"' Return Tubular Boilers, "Canada" Steam and Power
Pumps.
Head Offices for British Columbia:
527-529 Granville St., Vancouver,
Also Victoria, Rossland and Calgary.
The Port Guichon boat the Eva, will
go into drydock today for repairs.
Mrs. P. Shirley, of Ladners, was a
passenger to Chllllwack this morning.
R. Francis returned on the Heaver
this morning to his home at Chilli-
wack.
.lack Lousier, the well known cannery man, was in town on Saturday,
looking up old friends,
K. C.ibbiiigs, of Vancouver, was a
passenger to Chilliwack Ibis morning
on the  Beaver.
There was a carload of potatoes
shipped from the market to the Okan-
agan on Saturday.
Aleck Crookshank was a passenger
lo chllllwack on Saturday nn ihe Ramona, and look wllh him to his ranch
a  handsome  team of horses.
Sheriff Armstrong returned to the
city last night from a trip to Seattle,
wtiere he spent nearly a week on departmental business.
Mrs. W. D. Purdy, of this city, left
for Chllllwack on the Beaver this
morning on a visit to friends at that
point.
Rev. P. H. McEwen returned home
to Vancouver today after conducting
anniversary services in the Ladner
Baptist church yesterday,
T. W. Patterson, of the Inverholme
Stock farm at Ludner's Landing, shipped 395 sacks of oats to \V. 11. McGaw
at Vernon on Saturday.
The Hon. \V. Norman Bole returned
make a passage of tbe gulf till lhe
wind storm subsided.
.1. Brewster, of Ladners, came in on
the Transfer ibis forenoon and returned   in  ihe afternoon.
\V. l.yall, of W'esibiini Island, was
a visitor in the city today and returned home un the Transfer.
II. W. Turiibull, of ihe firm of Mc-
Innes ii Kerr, left for Langley on the
Favorite   ibis  afternoon.
W. C. Lawrence, of Vancouver, representing tbe Brunette Hosiery Co.,
of Mitchell, (int., u,r. a passenger in
Ladners on the Transfer this afternoon.
Messrs. Gilley Bros.' tug Flyer came
In  on  Saturday from  their  Pill   river
Quarries with a scowload   of   rodk,
which Is to be taken on to Ladners
today. W. R. Gilley will accompany
Ihe boat on her down river trip. The
ladner people are making great Improvements on their roads, and In
places where a, couple of years ago a
vehicle would sink to the axles, there
is now a good  macadamized highway.
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Polish Your Furniture
wllh Johnson's Prepared Win It lire-
serves und brings nut natural beauty of
the wood. It produces a rich, artistic
flnish. to whirr, ilin und dust will not
adhere. Just try ll ami you wlll see how
ttiut'h better It is thuu uuy oilier polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
ll "A Complete FinlBh anil Polish for All
Wood." Use It on your floors and woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wai In
for all dancing floors. ,
You can get Johnson a tree book, The
Proper Treatment tor Floora. Woodwork
and Furniture " and Vheae preparatlona ot
Anderson & Lusby
Columbia Street
New Westminster
1A Correctly
Attired Woman    \
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w Nothing makes a   woman  appear  more  correctly  dressed  than  ;, 1
i  perfect-fitting  pallor-made  Suit
I    see
You can always tell a well made and dressy suit
It.   such is the charming appearance  and   perfect-fitting  quail
when  vim  Bn ��� f
:
ties of our new Spring Costumes.
We   have   the   beat   selected stock  on  the  coast. ^
���
Three Special Values    j
At $16.50, $21.50, $25.
Large range of Misses' Suits;   prices $9.00 to $12.75.
...JUST ARRIVED...
Special  selection  of  LADIES'   JACKETS   In   the   new   fawn   covert ���
cloths;     prices  $6.75  to  $16.50. *
W. S. COLLISTER 6r CO. S
Vancouver   Girls   Win.
The Vancouver college girls defeated  the Royal City high  school team
at  hockey  Saturday afternoon at  the
park, by a score of 2 goals to u.
Total  Wreck.
San   Francisco,   March   12.���Advlci
Overcoat Sale
on steamer Beaver Saturday after- to the Merchants Exchange say that
noon and held supreme and county the seumer Transport is ashore near
court  chambers this forenoon. Port Angeles.
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Office Supply
Specialists
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
Sole Dealers
|   Remington  Typewriter
Typewriter Supplies
Typewriters Repaired
Typewriting
Adding Machines "Ibirrough's"
Office Desks and Furniture
Safes
Loose-Leaf Ledgers
Office Stationery
Elliott Addressing Machines
:: 625 Hastings Street
Vancouver, B. C t
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The arrivals at the Guichon hotel
today were: J. C. Hoover, Toronto;
C. H. Eraser. Winnipeg, and F. M.
Logan, of Victoria.
R. Averil. manager of the New
Westminster cannery, left on Sunday
for a week's holiday. He intends to
visit relatives ln the Sound cities.
The high winds of the past twenty-
four hours have broken the telephone
connection between here and Millside.
The repair gang is busy repairing
the break.
Please don't forget the special gospel meetings each nigbt this week, at
8 p. m., at the new Gospel hall, corner
Sixth avenue and Ninth street. Come.
No collection.
A carload of farm Implements were
unloaded at T. .1. Trapp & Co'.s warehouse this morning. They were shipped direct from Frost & Woods' factories.
The Royal City mills will ship tomorrow a triple car of heavy timber
to the east. Also one car of bridge
timber and a box car of factory lumber to the  Northwest  today.
Rev. Thomas Crosby, of Chilliwack,
arrived in the city today. He will lecture tonight in Sapperton Methodist
church, and tomorrow night in the
West  End  Methodist  church.
J. B. Kennedy, M. P., having had
such good success with his cedar and
blackthorn hedges at his residence at
Sapperton, has now had a laurel hedge
planted.
H. Neville Smith, provincial surveyor, was a passenger to Pitt Meadows this morning. He took with him
a party to conduct a survey in that
district.
W. Kealey, of this city, who ls engaged on the government works at
I-ingley, was a passenger up river on
the Beaver this morning, and will not
return until the end of the week.
J. Farmer returned today on the
Beaver to his home at Sumas mountain. Sumas mountain is a sparsely
settled district near Claybourne, at
which point Mr. Farmer is engaged
In the fireclay works.
C. Quesnell came In from Chllllwack
on the Beaver Saturday .afternoon,
and brought with him a choice bunch
of fourteen cows, which he is taking
up to his rancho at Lumby in the Ok-
cnagan district.
In the editorial offices of The Daily-
News is a beautiful spray of plum
blossoms, which was brought in on
the  Heaver  from C.  Smith's ranch at
Dewdney.
The new Emerson drydock has been
kept very busy this season, and has
done more work than in all previous
seasons  put  together.     Quite a  niimi
r  of  steamboats are  still  awaiting
She will probably be a total wreck.
Her crew has been saved.
-Our Entire Stock of-
MA,_ goes overboard.
George   Hawey   Takes   a   Plunge   Into
the Fraser.
���While making a landing on the
down trip yesterday, the steamer Ramona struck a snag, throwing the
mate, George Harvey, Into the water,
from which he was rescued by one of
Ihe deck hands. Harvey was stand'
ing on the outer edge of the deck at
the time, and the contact with the
snag threw him several feet out into
the water. He was wearing a heavy
ulster, and was unable to swim at all
with it, and but for the timely aid of
the deckhand, Dunsey by name, he'
would undoubtedly have been drowned.
SETTLER   BURNED  OUT.
100--OVERCOATS--100
To be Sold Before This Cold Snap Lets Up.
We are determined to make them go if
CUT PRICES WILL DO IT
50 to 25 Per Cent Off Regular Price.   THINK OF IT!
$8, $10, $12 and $15 Overcoats Actually
GOING AT HALF PRICE!
It won't pay you to go shivering for a single day when you can get stylish
Overcoats at such ridiculously low prices.
COME EARLY AND SECURE YOUR CHOICE
Fire   Destroys  a   Home  on   the   South
Site  of   River.
A   settler  on  the other  side  of  the
river lost his home and household el-1
fects by fire yesterday afternoon. Flre ,
started In the bush, and being coaxed
along by the high  winds, the flames j
reached the little house which was devoid of protection of any kind, burning it In a very  few minutes.    The
lancher and  bis  family were obliged
to  seek   shelter   with   the  neighbors
over night, from whom they were also
obliged  to borrow  necessary articles
of wearing apparel.
H. L
Columbia Street
The Cash Clothier
WANTED���Strong steady boy to learn
bollermaklng. Vulcan Boiler Wks.,
Front street.
Burnaby Municipality
PUBLIC    NOTICE7.
During the time of raaltin* tho
assessment the ofiice will be closed
each Tuesday, Thursi.iv and Friday,
from aFeb. 20 to March. 22, both In-
c'usive.
B. G. WALKER.  0   M. C.
Burnaby Municipality.
*i Columbia Street. New Westminster. ��
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V Bee us before going elsewhere    We can soil as low if not lower y
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Send  for list 'ot  houses, lot I   and   tarins
Tenders   are   called   for   300  cubic
yards   of   broken   rock     for   Hastings
j road,  near  Royal  Oak  road.
Also for widening Hastings road on
(the north side of Johnson road, in
I two sections of  10 chains each.
Specifications of the above works
can be seen at Mr. Charles F. Sprott's
house, Burnaby Lake and at the
Municipal   hall.
Tenders to be in by March 17th by
noon.
B. G. WALKER. C. M. C.
g McQUARRIE & CO.,
189  Columbia   Street, M
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.      $
Advertise in The News
I heir  turn.
The sneamer Belle brought in two
tine seven-swifter booms of logs for
the Royal City mills yesterday morning. She just managed to get Into
the river In time to avoid the fierce
wind which has been raging for the
last  4K  hours.
The A. II. C. Packers' fleet of
steamboats, the Phoenix, Ihe Reliance
and the Nora, have all now been released from the Emerson drydock, and
Will sail for their respective fields of
operations -n the course of a few
days.
Arthur Claxton, of Barrle, arrived
in the city yesterday. Mr. Claxton Is
on a business tour ln the west. Me
is a guest ut Columbian college, and
���.t tho same time ls visiting bin sister.
Miss M. E. Claxton, musical Instructor at  tho college.
Capt, Myers who Is bringing a scow
loadel with 260 Ions of coal for tht!
Now Westminster gas works, from
Tacomti, telephoned Mr. Brown the.
manager that he was storm st lycl nt
Anacortes, und would not attempt to
Notice of Meeting
To W. II. Keary, Esq., mayor:
We, the undersigned citizens of New
Westminster, hereby request that, you
will call a public meeting for the purpose of considering the advisability
of forming science classes In connection with the board of education,
South Kensington, England.
Waller R. Gilley. T. S. Annandale.
I'.  Bowlor. j. W. Croighton.
John Peck. P.  Maxwell.
F. w. Howay.       p. Peebles,
W.  L. Johnson.      T.  J.  Trapp.
Henry Schaake.     T). C. Patterson.
John C. nigliy.       J   H. Watson.
Peter Gray. ]�� .8. Curtis.
J. s. Henderson.   W, E. Brown.
In accordance with the above requisition, I hereby call a meeting of tho
ratepayers for the purpose stated;
said meeting to bo held In the council
chr��"iber on Tuesday, the lath Inat,
at 8 p. m.
W. H. KEARY, Mayor.
City hull, March 8, 1906.
Choice
Residence Buy
with 132 feet frontage on
ALBERT    CRESCENT
Superb outlook and good soil for
garden.    Improvements
and all for
Only $1,600
If you want it, better speak quickly.
Matins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106.        Columbia St.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
B. C. Mills* Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU 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.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
Announcement
For First Class Repair   Work
Give Me a Trial.
WATCHES,
CLOCKS
....ANr....
JEWELLERY
Any make or design I can repair it anil
make it |rood us new.
Horace Dorer, \
Kate of Trnrey's.
Columbia Street,       Next Tram OfTicc I
Advertise in the News
IT PAYS
Electric Railway Service;
InterurUan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations at 6.1)1) anil ti.tit) n.m,.
untl every hour thereafter between x a.in. ami n p.m.
Half hour cars irom lism. to 7
p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster nt same nours.
Last car Saturday at 11 p.m.
city Limits Line���service nom
8.i i a.ie to iti.au p.m.
20 b'inute ilrrvice���NO transfer.
iti weiii \'i and 2 and b and 7.
30 Minute Service during ro- ,,
malnder of day. Transfer at f
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service notiny netweon ,,
8 a.m. and lu p.m. ��� >
City and Sapperton.
��� ���
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Snr- ,,
vice, except between in and ii
2, anil 5 and I, during which ] |
hours    tho    service   will   bo ,,
half-hourly,
Sunday Service   liiilf-nourly be
twoen 8 a.m. and IV p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., ltd. j;
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