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'���'   Tl.iffvii Ubi-ar
Nearly 300,000 Coal Miners Will Strike on Monday Next
city of Winnipeg ~ MITCHELL   ORDERS   MEN   OUT northern tribes
RESULTS IN RIOTS Conference At Indianapolis Fails to Arrive At Settlement TO SUSTAIN LIFE
Citizens Resent Importations of   Men   From   South   and
East and   Clash With   Police   Force   in   Efforts to Stop Traffic���Call
For  Soldiers.
Of Disputed Questions and Mine Workers Decide to
T - T       _. _ . mi nn "        Reindeer Die of   Starvation   and   Inhabitants   of   Arctic
Lose No Time���Operators Are Taken By Surprise       Region Resort to canniwum-Father, kui
And Are in the Dark. Wives and chndren and Then
Committ Suicide.
Winnipeg, March 29.���The strike of
Diotormen nnel conductors of the Btn e
railway, which was Inaugurated quiet
morning, early developed sensational features, and the company's
efforts   i"   nm   cars were absolutely
. ,  ,,iii| attended with mob violence
nd mosl  unforeseen and unexpected
.,;.  Sympathisers of  the  strlk
took ii.,im rs in their own hand .
defied the police, and  promptly  pro-i
, ceded to Interrupl  the Bemblance of
ervlce attempted   by  wrecking    the
rn,i,ni,'   never before have such
ni excltemi "!  been  ��Itnessed
treets of tins city. Trolley-
were cut, poles broken, tenders
,i,i   windows   smashed,   and   strike
breakers and police alii." were pelted
wiib chunks nf Ice,  mud  and  other
��� .
Wheels All Stop.
i;   _��� |i. in., eleven cars were wrecked and  disabled  on  various  parts  of
, tern, and the company then re
ared ti mporarlly from the Held, discontinuing all  efforts to maintain  a
���   ,'ice,
Nol n wheel is turning on the ays-
 miii.  i.i.i    ib'1 directors    ex-
determlnation to give the usual
���  tomorrow if the oity and governmenl   will  afford    the    necessary
tion for their property and em-
They  have asked  thai   the
n   be called oul to assist the poind  ii   is confldentally  expected
the  Mounted   Rifles  will  be    on
Importations Resented.
��� exi ll taeni   has   In    no    waj
tonight,   sympathy    for   the
elng  i rail)    manifested,
nd ai     attempt   i" run cars  would
1  id  :i il.i li   Hundreds of men,
��� '.    ind   boys   are   wearing   "We
lacards, as   a silent    de n-
Hon ni their feelings. The impor
"i   strike -breakers  from   East-
iiini the sniiiii has undoubt
edly aroused resentment, and mai i��
the causa of considerable of the ells-
turbance, Ten arrests were made dm
inv. the lime' when the early disorders
were In progress, and the prisoners
were lined.
Mayor  Means  Business.
The civic authorities nre.' de-
termlned to sternly quell any further such riotous scenes as occurred
today, and preliminary to further repressive measures Mayor Sharpe Issued iln1 following proclamation:
"To the Citizens of Winnipeg:
Whereas ;i strike 1ms arisen among
the employees of the Winnipeg Electric Streel Railway company, I request
the cooperation of all true citizens to
asslBl the police officers In maintaining order upon the streets and public
places of the city. The law In regard
in disorder and disturbances in the
streets, will be rigorously enforced, I
would earnestly request the strikers
ami sympathisers to consider the Importance ni law and order being maintained. (Signed)
Brutal   Assaults.
Late ihis evening, when the crippled cars were being towed back to
the barns, hostllitj was again manifested, and bricks and Btones wen'
hurled through the windows ai i lulu il iti- and orews. A number of personal encounters are frequent and)
some brutal assaults have been committed by iieiiii sides, mm of those t��>
slime' ill these wns riirisiiinson. n big
Swede, broughl here1 from Chicago to
marshal the company's forces. He
wns given n severe pummelling In one
of the hotels after having been unduly
liberal with liis fisticuffs all day. The
strikers are nol taking pari in the
disorder, the trouble being confined
in sympathisers, and law-abiding citizens nre hoping thai such excesses
will nol occur In future stages eii" the
New York, March 30.���The following-message si-Hi by President George
I'. Baer, of the Philadelphia & Beading Railway company to .lohn .Mitchell
president of the United Mine Workers of America, wns made public al
the offices of the representatives of
the anthracite coal roads In ihis city
todaj ;
"Philadelphia, March 30, 1906���To
John Mitchell, Indianapolis, Ind.: Is it
true thai pending negotiations you
have, as Btated, in the newspapers,
ordered your followers not to work
in the anthracite mines after April l.
Operators in Dark.
li wns nisei Btated nt the operators'
hi ,1'lipinrlers   here    that   neithi'r     Mr.
Baer nor nny other of the presidents
of the anthracite coal carrying railroads have yei received any word from
Indianapolis telling of the order for
the hard coal miners to strike on
Rely on the State.
li wns reported in ihis city today
thai some of the anthracite railroads
bad prepared for the strike by hiring
men in take the places of those who
quit wink, lull this wns denied at the
operators' lie.ulipiaitei-s today, I' wns
Btated thai some of tin- operators hud
suggested  thai   n  constabulary  force
!��� enlisted ns wus done' in the lasi
greal Btrlke bul ihis wus discouraged
by a majority of the operators and
Hue decided to rely entirely upon the
state of Pennsylvania to proteel their
property during the projected strike.
Mitchell Is Definite.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 30.���President Mitchell of the I'nited Mine
Workers, said to the Associated Press
today thai he hud not received the
message of President Baer, asking
i: ii were Hue tha: h" had ordered
the anthracite miners out pending
negotiations. "When I do," said he,
i will senel him a Copy of the statement given to the Associated Press
last night announcing thai such action
has  been  taken."
The   Finish.
Wlthoul agreemenl on a wage -''nie'.
the conference of bituminous coal operators und miners of the Central
Competitive District adjourned sine'
die yesterday, leaving affairs ln such
u condition that a Btrlke of 275,000
miners seems now impossible to
Hollowing ihe adjournment, the Na-'
tional Secretary, W. II. Wilson, of
the Mine Workers, said: "There is no'
likelihood of anything further being
done towards a settlement This means
suspension of work. The .National convention eif lhe; miners will meet tomorrow morning. Tin- principal business will be to determine a general
policy. The question especially to be
considered is whether the organization will permit miners to work in
districts and mines where the advance
Is offered."
Plea for Peace.
F. L. Robblns an | other open tors,
representing aboul one-third of the
coal production of Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, offered tn pay the advance and urged
ilie' miners io accept Ihis advance,
and continue work in their mines even
though Hi" other mines in the four
Btates should be idle. The convention
of miners today will decide whether
to permit this or to demand that all
miners   suspend   work   until   all   have
been   paid  the  advance.
Messages to Roosevelt.
Washington, I). ('., March 30.���President Roosevelt today authorized the
publication of two telegrams received by him lust night. They came from'
lohn H. Wider, a chairman of the
Bituminous Coal Operators' association in Indianapolis, and the other
from .lohn -Mitchell, president of the
'i'nited .Mine Workers of America and
Francis Robblns the largest coal op-
erator in the Pittsburg district.
The telegram from Mr. Wider, proposes that the president appoint a
commission with an Importanl bear-
Ing on the Bcale of wages which be
paid all classes of labor in coal mines
of the territory involved. He proposes
that the commission report to the
president its findings of facts together with its recommendations and
suggests that the commission have
power to administer oaths and compel   the   attendance   of   witnesses.
The telegram signed by Messrs.
Mitchell and Robblns takes issue with
the-statement made in the telegram
signeel by Mr. Wider, saying that it
does not represent real facts. They
assert that one-half of the total tonnage in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio.
Indiana,  und  Illinois  is  produced   by
 irators who are willing to pay the
promised   scale.    The   president   has
taken no action in the- matter as yet.
Will Continue Work.
Greenburg, Pa.. March, 30.���Elghl
thousand miners in the employ of the
Keystone Coal & Coke Company and
the Jamleson Coal & Coke Company,
in this locality, have decided to continue work regardless of the action
of the Indianapolis convention, both
companies will pay the advance asked
although the miners are getting a
trifle more than paid to the river miners and those In the Irwin district.
St. Petersburg, March 30.���Horrid
accounts are reaching St. Petersburg
of canibalisin and starvation among
tribes inhabiting the frozen Arctic
plain of the Chukchis Peninsula, at
the extreme northern pun of Asia.
.Musi of the reindeer died of starvation during the winter of 1904-05 leaving the inhabitants without means of
communication  or food.
During the past winter whole tribes
have dleel anil members of the Omo-
lons and Oloiya tribes when facing
starvation" assembled in council and
decided that nothing remained but
They agreed that each head of a
family should kill his wife and children and then commit suicide. The
tribesmen gathered on a plateau covered with snow and Ice and in the
darkness of the Arctic winter the decision was executed, not a single
member of the two tribes surviving.
More revolting still is the story of
what occurred in a family of the Yuk-
aliir tribe. A mother ami nine of her
children having died of hunger, lhe
lather, a surviving daughter and a
nephew lived upon the remains and
when they were consumed the father
murdered the nephew.
A Russian named Dolgnnoff who
went to the region to buy furs reported the situation to authorities at
Yakutsk. Siberia. He entered a snow
hul eif Yukahir's family while the lat-
ter were eating the head of a murdered   relative.
Witte Drops Out.
St. Petersburg, March 30���Since the
silting of the council of the Empire
March 19 at which time Premier
Wine' made an enigmatical statement
which was Interpreted by many members of the council as a virtual de-
claration ihat his career as premier
was ended, and dial lie' would be succeeded by Privy Councillor Kokovsnff,
former  minister  of  finance,  lhe  pre
mier has nm attended the sessions of
the council ami bis continued absence
adds color in the laiiiins nt bis retirement at an earlj date.
Possible  Successors.
Tbe Associated Press is positively
Informed that tin premier's resignation, based on iln- minimis of ill-
bealth, is before the emperor. This
however is not admitted at the premier's chancellory, The general belief in high quarters is thai if fount
Witte ivtires ii will mil be M. Kokovsnff but M. Qoremykn former niinis-
ter of the interior, or General Count
Ignatieff, leader of lhe reactionary
party, who will succeed him.
The combination of the reactionaries is understood in be .\l. Qoremykn
lor premier ami General Ignatieff lor
minister of the interior.
In Moderate circles Iln lull of
Count Witte at the presenl itincture
would  be regarded as a catastrophe.
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Charlie  Sato  Fined.
Charlie Sato, the Japanese Interpreter who has often appeared in
court in that capacity, was in evidence
again this morning, bul this time he
was the defendant in the action instead of one of Un' officials of the
Charlie was charged with riding a
bicycle on the sidewalks In lhe vicinity of the Royal City mills. ..ml upon
being found guilty of Un- i ffenee was
fined $1.00 and costs.
Sato's defence was lo ll." effeel Ihat
the streej was not. passabh foi vaeelB,
and thai consequently ne w , bilged
io ride on the Bldewalke, , navel
Picks  Up  Life  Boat.
Victoria, March 29   Thi Queen City,
' on  a  trip  tO  Cape  Si   (tt,       Bl   CI ucllld-
1 ed, picked up a llfe boal  Willi lbe' last
two letters of a nan...   Co," followed
by "Portland, Oregon
Officials Take Pierre
To Agassiz for Trial
��� i Constable Spain, accompanied
!" Constable Wilkle, In,linn Agent
Tii'i. ami Magistrate Pttten-
drlght, lefi for Agassiz this afternoon
in connection with the knifing affray;
in which Gabriel Pierre is ihe defendant. Pierre is In the charge of
the officers, ami upon the arrival of
Hie party al  Agassiz tonight  be will
'    l'l.and   under   guard   in   company
with  M.  M.  Lemon,  proprietor of the,
Aberdeen hotel at thai place, who Is
Moused of having supplied Pierre and!
other Indians with liquor.
Pierre states thai be purchased thej
liquor lu question at ibe time eif bis
arrest, from Lemon, while ihe latter
alleges thai the flre water was stolen.
Lemon, it Is said, is expecting arrest, ami lias made .ei attempt to escape, maiiiiiiininjr.. :hat he' will be acquitted, owing in his ability lo prove
lhal lhe liquor wns stolen by lbe In-
iliuns, ami nol sohl by him as is
chargeed by ihe' officers,
The ease' promises many Interesting features, und a number of officials
Iii  the various    governmenl    depart
nn-nls expect lo he presenl at the
I rial.
Entombed Men Escape
After Living 20 Days
On Dead Horse and Hay
Fitzpatrick Determines
To Keep Judges in Place
Three More Bulgarians
Arrested on Suspicion
Cleveland, Ohio, March ,'iO.���The po-1 Into their boarding house In   Mtiuieii
ll1'1' "f BoBtorla, Ohio, late last nlghl ] P-Ua a"1' ln
took   off  ���   Nlekl 	
Plate   train   three
���Mlnneapolls    on    Tuesday
liree   persons   when   arrested
bloody knife  bai tie,
killed   1h��'  thraa   men,   three  of llMlr
own number also being killed,
Bulgarians, a woman ank two men
thoughl  In be implicated  In  the t
Bedy   in   \ii������.,������..n..     .-..���.,.,
��� 111..     |i,-ii.iiiiM   wuen    iirreniwu
had "okets from Minneapolis to New! House committee .on Ways and Means
ynrlt ami  ,���.,,  believed  to  belong to! today  authorized   a   favorable'   reporl
''"' Party which lured three StrangersI on the free nlenlMnll bill.
Free  Alcohol.
Washington. II. C, March 30.-
Lens, France, March :>o.���Fourteen
lhal ihe financial position of the Parol the 1,200 miners who were entombed in the coal mines al Courierles,
twenty days ago, were taken from the
mine alive and well today. They had
lived on hay found in one of the underground slables and nnusels of
food which they took luto the mine
With   them   nearly   ihree   weeks   ago.
All attempts to rescue the entombed
nii'ii had been abandoned more than
two weeks ago.
Salvers Startled.
The sudden appearance of the |m-
Iniprlsoned men caused stupefaction.
A gang of salvers had jusl completed
I heir   night's   work,   when   they   were
startled to see a group of miners terribly haggard ami exhausted, appear
from a remote part of pit No. two.
The si longest of the party staled that
they hail broken oul of a distant gul-
lary where they hud been emtombed
___0S the disaster. When the rescued
maa were taken to the surface they
unable to see owing to the dazzling
/.11TJK daylight
The men were able to talk sensibly
though feebly. They all asked for
news of relatives or friends and wished In go io their homes immediately,
but were taken to a hospital iustead.
Others Alive.
Large crowds besieged the mines
later in the hope of hearing of further escapes. It ls said thai others of
the entombed miners are alive anil
about to be brought out, their signals
having been heard.
One of the men rescued today, a
1111111 named Neml said that for the
last eight days the party ate bark off
the timbering of the mine. Later they
found the decomposed body of 11 horse
which they cut up and ate with hay.
The survivors broke up portions of
the  decomposed horse meat.
Give* Graphic Description.
.Vein! who was lhe first of the
miners who escaped, graphically described their Imprisonment as follows: "After the explosion I groped
my way about stumbling over bodies
aud  seeking refuge  from  the gasses.
I found some comrades sheltered in
n remote niche. We ale earth and
bark for eight days and then these
provisions gave oul '
"We continued to grope among the
bodies seeking au outlet from our
prison but were forced back time after time. We found some hay which
we ate and  two days after we  found
II dead horse which we cut up and ate
with the hay and bark. We suffered
most from want of water. Finally we
became desperate anil separated Into
three parties and communicated with
each  other by shots.
Into Fresh Air.
"Last night we felt 11 draft of fresh
uir which Anally guided us to an opening."
The doctors have forbidden the survivors to do any further talking.
Nenil's father arrived at the hospital
soon after the rescue became known
und a touching scene followed. Crowds
of people surrounded the hospital
where the escaped men are being
Ottawa, March 30.���Yesterday's session of the house of commons was interesting by reason of Hon. Mr. Fitz-
patrlck's flatfooted condemnation of
the judges of Ontario and Quebec for
acting as arbitrators and accepting
positions as directors of companies
and becoming administrators of es-
mil's in addition to their judicial duties.
The bill to prevent  this was passed
last  session  bul   judges have Ignored
ii  and  the resull  is Ihat Mr.  Fitzpat-j
rick is determined if possible this year
to puss such a stringent legislation as
to compel the judge's lo obey thajlaw.
University Blaze.
Moscow.    Idaho,    March    30.���The
main  building of the-  university    of
Idaho   was   completely   destroyed   by
fire early today.
Received at Rome.
Rome, March 30.���The Pope' today
received In private audience Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul and the
Right Rev. James McGolrick, bishop
of Duluth.
Enquiry Brings to Light
More Frenzied Finance
l,ilu'wa' Mare. jo. Further laves-
~~r��* ''> the Inaaranoe commission
I Ifeh s,l"we', *al "'e Federal
Stock I 1""1"'''1 1,u' vulue ,)f certain
lo n " U|,|'l- The company had also
p    ' sixteen thousand    dollars to
''Mil,',,''1,',', !,:'x",r' D """������"���'""fi for-
^    ��� affairs of ihe Homo Life also
���       '^Wigftted,  from  which  11   ap-
llM'   ""' Company  has  been    dab-
7'" 8haffleld stocks.
' '"'"''"nee in nm central Ut;
which lu 1901 wns paying $ 1 r.S for
every $100 of business. Mr. Shepley
wanted to know If such were good
business methods. Mr. Kltzpn/rlek said [
110 company could get along 011 such I
a basis for any length of time. In faot|
It  wns bound  to fall.
Hul of lhe company by niak-j
Ing such expenditures temporar-
ninking such expenditures temporarily was laying Up business which
woiilel pay good premiums In future,
the situation wns different,
Colonial   Secretary     Announces  That
Freedom of Action Will  Be
London. March 30.���Lord Elgin, the
colonial secretary, announced ln the
house of lords today, that the government had received explanatory telegrams from Natal and that It had
been decided lo leave the colonial
government freedom of action In regard lo Ihe execution of Ibe rebellious
��i",ves' 1.    ... m.:iwi
Appears in Police Court on Charge of
Making Away With
New York, March 30.���Joseph P.
Tlenny, note teller at the National
Hank of North America, was arrested
and arraigned in police court today
on a charge of Htoallng $34,000.
It Is alleged that tho speculations,
charged In the short affidavit presented to the court, have been going on
for 25 years. Officials of the hank
appeared to press the complaint.
Heaviest and  Most Destructive Rainfall of Years Causes Many
Memphis, Tenn., March 30.���According to reports received here last
night the states of Arkansas, and
Mississippi nnd Northern and Central
Louisiana experienced the heaviest
and most destructive rainfall of yenrs
during the preceding 48 hours.
Train schedules arc badly deranged on many lines on Account of the
washouts and  the insecurity.
Railway Will Tunnel
Through Landslides
Durange, Colo., March 30.���The
Denver & Rio Grande railroad officials
have decided they are unable to remove the huge avalanches which obstruct the track between here and
SHverton and have set a force of men
to work digging tunnels through all
the larger slides. They expect the
tunnels will last until late In the summer.  During  the  past    month  more
snow has fallen In the hills around
this piece of track than has ever been
Chinaman Cemmits Murder.
Rome, N. Y., March 30.���Wing Sfng
0, Chinese laundryman today shot and
killed Charlie Wing Sing and hla helper, Wun Pen. Wing Ping Is suffering
from internal hemmorhage and cannot
Mayor Dunne Stands
With Chicago Unionism
Chicago, Ills., March 30.���Labor unions among municipal employees were
endorsed emphatically by Mayor
Dunne last night at a street car men's
meeting. That they should not strike
was his only provlBO. The mayor declared that the negro shall have an
equal chnnce of obtaining employment
on the cars after the municipalization
of the street car systoms. He told the
Street  Car  Men's  union    thnt    they.
might continue their organization after the cars are owned and operate*
by the city.
In answer to a question regarding
the organization of tho policemen
which former Mayor Harrison dim
rupted, he said that every branch of
the municipal system Is at liberty to
organise. The mayor said that his plan
In treating with the present employees
would be to employ every one In the
service of the company at thc time the
lines are taken over by the city.
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i.. dei Ided to - ' he Okanagan
i ai mei ' Institute and the Vi i non
i flrowei s' assoi iatlon to endo e
lbs resolution passed al lasi meeting
o1 'ie board "f trade requesting 'h��-
i lomlnlon govei nmenl to e tabll h an
��� - in,i i.'.ii fi iii growing station In
ct, 'in motion H wa ��� ii"- bi
��� 'i in comtnunli sts with the councils
rn Hrtidei i, I nn i i.iin-, Kelowns and
leading residents of Bummerland,
I'oai bl.md and Pentlcton, asking then
whal Hu". would 'niiuiiiiii" towards
purchasing the remaining 1,000 copies
ni ib" Vernon News special write-up
of the district, The objecl being t<>
..ind same to tha agi nl general In
England tor dlstributloni
The  following  new  membei
declared elected!    li  B, Ashe, C, Ood
win, W. ii. Byera P. Dixon, W, Haw
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Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, j
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures j
The  Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
:��;-e: atte= death.
v -���
Shave   Your   Beard.
-., do noi
- a beard.
..     Impll    :��� '    '     '������-
I iir whirl, elan ol east-
���,T' i HIS  Mi".       ;
. re I
o tbe wearing ol tun
He does nol pretend to say why this
i be mi, bul men : ���  dlrei
noi ��� ���  ',  an   obsei ������ snt pei on "i the
faci  ��� hal   nearl)  evei |   man  who .-���
' '       in    a    luxuriant    growth   of
ei     ha-   B   <l"li< i"n'     Ol   hair  on
��� be top of IiIh head.     On tbe othei
mosl "i":iu  haven men possess
good heads of hair.
Man. men who are clean-shaven In
��� ,itlei hi" pi imil theli beards to kih-*
when they have reached middle mi"
'���i "oi; lequence nf the theoiy ol the
physician quoted be correct), the halt
beglm to fail off the tops of theli
he idi ii Is ,1 t.iini mistake Tbe fre
qui a' and regulai use of a rasoi i. the
besl Insurance againsl baldness.
n would seem, Hays ih" physician,
as if Nature could provide tor tbe sup
porl and miniishmi'iii eif only ii cei
i iln amounl  of hair,    if a  beard Is
mown, tbe crop on the scalp sullen
.���*.*.   a*.   Washington   a -.
- *.. - -. i \ I' c..  Development
:  ������
���     ���    ���
I to hi
���  . ���   .: -
eh :.- ';    ot    ib*
'i he '. ���  ������ ���'���''���    ��� ���  '
win noi be adopted
. . .-.,". Ii may
ad 1 bell' ��� ll win be,
:o tell '." . New Vol 11ti and mi a
of a maritime exebangi before ibiie
lime nexl eai whal the i haractet ol
tbe coming month wil
:��� af-i: Lhe dlnm i thai
be bail nol Intended to make this an-
mm       ; -his    iim".   bul   bad
it (lrm to tbe public
I   ougb th    - .'-mine publications,
Engineers at Nanaimo.
��� almo, March  29,   A convention
oi Un- British   Colombia   Bmgini ei
"'' i'ihi u being held In this city.
The  Inauguration   iic-iinn   wan  held
Inst  nighi. ami  today  Hi" delegati
ai" the guests of the Western  fuel
i ompany.
��� ni- bualni ��� ��� ol the s tociatlon win
in- concluded with s banquel tomorrow iilKbl.
Confession of Son C ears tr.e Na"; ef
V'��.  C ar in   Rice.
. ��� ���A dispatch to
���-.' - ���  ���.-     . .   .
Irs. has been i
Ralph !>-:   ,
��� -i..        Mich., who is In jail in
.   tor   killing   A
g, a Chicago i
). Ii     LS ���;    '���'���        Bli ���
Fourth  Na-
'/ Oi md P.-.;,ills of 11,110
; nd  Bed  with    all    bnt  V'y ol th
;i" was and rwore
n '. ber, who ��
old, whal  moi i      hi    dl: nol
She denied hei guilt, b ,   j-
n and -.' atenoed
rhtl   n months in [irlsmi. Kiie wa"
pardoned  latei   and  died In Oregon.
Before hei  death  she ex|
���   tba in, now serving
year sentence th I irison, would
tell Un- truth
'i i  u rdaj   Hell -| ol loi   an 11
ii ���,  stated  thai   he-   bad   ri i el
letter from Uelsle In wblch ths Ikikt
gave the record ol his life, con. ill
���  on' rating Mi    Rice.
Boilers and Pumps.
Rnri- re   placing   j ��� '������ rs   fi r   NE ������
STEAM   PLANT.' write   for   quotations.
We have the LARGEST and BEST equipped
BOILER PLANT in Canada       :       :       :
"Canada" Heaters  and  Separators
1 - ..-..-:��� r.'-   i stents
"Canada" Return Tubular Boilers
Hanam  Peti nt
"Canada" Water Tube  Boilers
"Canada" Steam Pumps
Full Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland    :    :
Address:'527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C
  ,  - , i ��� -A
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Csame In Season
Wt dtliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. C. ���
: TB^OS. R. PEARSON ^rn.Ar^Kv<
siinnte'il  on
Suicide  in Victoria.
Victoria, Manb i:'i. a well-known
palate i and pap", hangei named it- B.
Rendall, committed suicide this afternoon, while at wm; i.i hu trade In n
house belonging to M, a. White, Porl
street, ll" cm his throat with a paper
knife which he bad been using, He
wan taken to tbe Jubilee hospital, bul
expired shortl> after reaching there
r,2z ���Ono hundred and sixty   acres.beautifully   -	
southern slope 01 mo serpentine Valley; Osst-claas land, tron'i""
the Clovei  Valley Roadl near the  railroad  and  river:     good  roi ���
lanel is very  prodUCUVe;   about   CO   ncrns     In     ftrst-ciaas   ,'"n'n  (,i('
Good ami conveniam nmidinga.   ah neeeasar> irapiementa and sw
This Is well worth' liivestlgiitlo n.    Price, J90 per acre.
1027���Au unusually good buy.  one huneire'ii and sixty acresi f_
to 7a ai ,"i iiiali'i' lirsi-elass cul tlvatlon;   11  acres   UTlder   BOpS,   B
good shu|ie;  iti-roomeii dwelling In Kieoei condition, bam ''"'"'"','.u.e
# Kiln and baling room in i;i"e'i condition; the buildings on tba P'      .
w    ar" worth a'  "'ast |I,UUU.    He'll and Creak runs thronph the iirop''   -^  i
��� 'ibis Is a mosl desirable farm;   trots 18,600 to IU,.UU per ><'-ir ��     J
X    be taken olf It.   Price, v.300 c ash. a
������������������������������������������^���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������***** FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
American Painless Dentis
Are Now Open for Business
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental College,
Garrettsonian Hospital of Oral Surgery,
Hudson Post Graduate College of Chicago, III.
Special Course in Crown and Bridge Work Last Summer in Hudson Post Graduate College of Chicago, III.
Dr. H. P. Moody will Attend Personally to all Work in New Westminster and District.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty
At Popular Prices
American Painless Dentists
Guichon Block, Columbia St Over T S. Annandale's Store,
Patients are Requested to Make Early Appointments.
New Westminster, B. C.
e and Saw MillBan* of 4    ,
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Chatham  Incubators
Now is the time ts Purchase Them
60 Egg Incubators Costs $14,       120 Egg Incubators $21,
240 Egg Incubators $29.
These terms are Cash with the Order. Terms
can be arranged payable in November, 1906,
on a slight advance over cash prices.
BROODERS   * 11.00   TO   $13.00
Box 165, New Westminster, B. C.
Write' for Circular and Mention tin- Daily News.
Incorporated   by   act   ol   parliament
CAPITAL  (All palil up)...Sli.UUU.UOO
RESERVE l-T'ND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona anil  Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,...lioii President
Hon. Sir IJ. A.  Drummonil, President
10.  S.  Cloiiston,  Vice  President  aud
General Manager.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy'GIass.
j  Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
I _ n ��� ��� ��� r -
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
J  Telephone 12. New Westminster.
General banking business trans-
ai ted,
Branches in all the principal cities
in Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Jotin, Mid.,
and correspondents iu all parts ot the
Savings Bank Dept.
G.  D.   Brymer,   Manager.
When you wani a good smoke you
ask for a���
Manufactured by the B. C. Cigar
Factory, who also make The "Bril-
lantes" (in three sizes.)
said, in discussing Ihe proposed ship.
Mm  of course this Is a world of big
things,   and   the   United   States   must
not  be left  behind."
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $3b,3/-J,t>^b.
llranches   and   correspondents   ln
all  the principal  cities or tne  world.
General  banking business transacted.
U opens an account,   interest added
lull' yearly.
Collections made lit lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday    nights   trom  U  to 9
F.  B.  Lyle, Manager.
W. CURRIE, Manager.
Carriage Repairing, Shoeing
anil General Blacksmithing.
Logging Camp ami Structural Iron
Work Specialty.
BeKble Street.
Factory  and  Office, Brine Block,
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. ltith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our specnllty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram orflce.
Telephone 160.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster, B. C.
Teacher of the German
Language  anil   Piano,
German  Conservatory Method.
Dewey's Scheme to Eclipse the Dread-
naught Discouraged by Some
Washington,   .March   29,��� Since   the
decision  of  the  house  committee on
naval   affairs   to   recommend   an   appropriation of $6,0110,000 for the con-!
Btruction  of  a   battleship  larger  than
any now afloat, naval- experts In Washington have begun a heated discussion
of the size of battleships which shows
that Admiral Dewey Is not supported
by many naval officers in his advocacy l
of a battleship greater than the 18,000- \
ton English battleship Dreadnought.
.Naval constructors are agreed that
an effective battleship with a displace-1
ment of .,.,000 tons or more can be I
constructed   tor   ihe   American   navy,
but the advisability of authorizing one
ship of this type and nol  making au
effort to provide additional 16,000-tou
iiaiili'ships to  supplement   the quota
of smaller ships and thus make a de-|
suable  working  milt   out  of  them  Is
questioned by many naval authorities.
Al least four battleships of the same
speed  and  with  similar batteries and
equipment are necessary, according to
i ihe view of the constructors, to be ef-
i fective iu an engagement. One great
battleship, even If ii be swifter and
have more guns I ban other ships
afloat, they contend, cannot accomplish anything In actual warfare and
ls no more effective than the slower
and less formidable ships with which
II is Joined in action.
If congress should decide that the
new battleship must have twelve
twelve-inch guns, as has been sug-
gested, a ship of 22,01m tons would be
neoessary In the opinion of Admiral
Capps, and Secretary Bonaparte believes this will probably be the size
ot 1 in- proposed ship. Tho British
battleship Dreadnought carries only
ten 12-inch guns.
The twenty-seven lirst-elass battleships of the United Stales navy are of
eight different types, ami tine variety
is so greal thai tew of the ships are
suitable for joint operations.
This great variety is nol satisfactory lo naval Officers who are anxious
that the new construction should he
harmonized in such s manner that
more of the battleships may he used
lu forming nulls for action.
in lhe clamor for the biggest bat-
ileshlp In the world, many persons
lose sight of the fuel that the 'bigger
a vessel Ih the bettor target It.
makes,'" one prominent naval officer
Women Smoke Too Much.
Chicago. March 2S.���Aroused by lhe
recent discussion of cigarette smoking
by women and the frank Indorsement
of the practice by some, Lucy Page
Gaston, head of the Anti-Cigarette
league, yesterday sent out the following open letter:
"Cigarette smoking by American wo-
South  Bend Industry Changes ejwner-
ship for $600,000.
South Bend, Wash.. March 29.���The
Simpson Lumber company's mill, one
of the finest ou the ci ast, will change
hands within a shori time. A strenuous effort has been made to keep the
details of the transaction secret, but.
it has leaked out that 0. - tiaudelte
finally secured a twenty-day option on
the property, which expires April 12.
The price is believed to be in the
neighborhood   of  $600,000    and   it   is
men  is,   unfortunately,   no  longer  an!. ~~~. \    ,   ,���i, ���i m inin h.,�� !,�����.
_ . I known that a forfeit ol In,000 lias heen
open question. Recent developments
have brought prominently to the front
existing conditions.
"It has been denied repeatedly by
those jealous of the good name of
American women that cigarette smoking prevails to any considerable extent  among  respectable classes.
"Wiiile' the right exists to men and
women alike to Indulge in the cigarette
deposited   with  one  of  the  banks  of
this city.
lt ls expected that great improvements will be made In the plant and
Its capacity greatly Increased, The
mill now has a capacity of 1100,000
feet per day. It Is new, having been
built during the past year to replace
the one burned last June.
Gives Wife to  Son.
Chicago,    March    28.���Watson
habit, are we as a nation ready to facej
the fearful consequences of the wide-'
spread use of cigarettes by women? Chicago,    March    28.���Watson    H.
"Lei not the tempted young woman Twitchell, 56 years old, has aci ured a
be deceived by the rosy setting forth divorce from his youthful bride of 22,
by votaries ot the habit already under WOo tell In love with her step-son,
iis enthrallnient. for Ihere is a darkEdward Twitchell, 2-1 years old. Ed-
sbii' to the picture which must uot be ward was a pari ol tbe family and
ignored." the  bride,  whom  Twitchell   had   won
 0 j through   "correspondence,"    tttought
Mystery  of Boiled  Eggs. I the step-son more congenial lh.111 her
A good story is going the roundel husband,
concerning a young man of the city1 The husband discovered them em-
who upon entering a restaurant a few bracing, asked them If they loved each
days ago, slightly the worse for too'other, and was told they did Then,
intimate relations with the flowing! Raskin-like, he went to Judge Mc-
bowi, ordered a full order of boiled; ewen, In the circuit court, lobl him
eggs. \ that he loved his boy and was willing
The order was served and disposed  to give his young wife to hlm to make
of, after which the young fellow fell j him happy.
asleep, in which condition he remain-���     The younger TwillIhell and his for-
Bd   for  some  time.    Upon  awakening  mer   step-mother   cannol   ho   mauled,
ami  finding    no    eggs in  sight the under a recant law, for ona vear.
worthy    gentleman    indignantly    de-  o	
manili'il   a   reason  for the non-appear- .     _,
... ,     ,        . ,",   .. Ruined by Fire,
ance of lhe eggs, and  when  told  the
circumstances of the case he waxed (!���><i Encampment, Wyo., March
very wroth, and to this day he main- 28.r-The great smelting, concentrating
tains that he was swindh'd out of the and electric and Bteam power plant of
price of a meal. Ithe Penn-Wyoming   Copper company
Considerable     disappointment    basN*s practically destroyed by fire1 to-
been  expressed   on     the   pari   of  his|,l:lv'  entailing
^       loss estimated at
$11(10,000, covered by Insurance to the
amount of $150,000. The smelter
building was saved after a hard flght
by the fire department. The origin
of the fire Is a mystery.
Smoked AM Her Life. The flre wlll bring the business to a
Eldorn,   la.,   March  28.���Mrs    Mary   standstill    for    months.     Tbe  Penn-
iniinerous  friends  from  the fact  thut
he has  not   come'    through with  the
cigars as yet,  but tbey may he forthcoming at an early date.
Morgan, aged 93, died here recently.
She was the oldest person in Central
Iowa, and came to Hardin county from
Michigan In 1885. She has used tobacco all her life and always smoked
n clay pipe.
Wyoming company handled Ihc copper
ores of a large part of the I'lncamp-
mi'iil district in addition to tho ores
from its own mine, the Rudefha.
Destruction of (he eleetrle plant haa
deprived thc city of light and power THE DAILY NEWS
< .fir,    -^;*.
1 ?j*3-.;��GBGS_b-i
���_��� ��� i
Prices for Friday and  Saturday Shoe Buyers
ft '��� *��� f_f'-���'    _x--j}.iSlSS^si��S_���
Men's Boots
-���' fate Ki I Bind
%': ".'. i pair
Men's Pine Box Calf Biol
rrran's Bobber Heels V- '.'��� a pair
I  -    -   '.'.ei   Kid Doable ��
iTial to any other 15.00 boot '.-.'. a pair
Packard" Ami
rid ������- M-50, *5.00 and 15.50
in ������        Sfa Oeo. A. 8
      .       .   .  iZ.bO. *4.00. H.50 ana  S-: X
WorUag lioo i,   I._'.-.- -
 ��1.25 to $5.00 and *6-00
Children's Shoes
��� ������    .  - Shoes I
74. .  .       90c and H.10 a pa"
Shoe. -  ��� ���
 $1.25 a pa"
Boots, sizes 11 to 2
good hi        -   - -  *1-M > P��'r
Biucbi    Cut I       -   newest
on ��� ������, S2Ki:t
: -    -     Lou     Shoes
       75c. $1.25 and $1.50 a pair
We  ��� - '   ��� -        i
- Ln town put ' getbi
Ladies' Shoes
bluchi :
$2.25  a  pan-
Ladies' "Johnson i:    -     American    make   of   chooo
-;.!   Up-UxUti
  $2.50 a pair
��� . - K
$3.00  a  pa '
asoo Bros" i I
$3.50 a pa"
..   g .    .   .
$1.25 a pa"
$1.00 a pa"
Boys' Boots
���     Call    Bel
$1.50 a pa
rated rl
$2.00 a pa
;. er l '
 $2.25 a pa
 $1.50 a pa
 35c to $1.00 a pa
If you are a stranger in town and are interested in Shoes, we invite you to call on us.   We'll guarantee you as good satisfaction.
if not better, than any other shoe store in British Columbia.
WM. JOHNSTON the big shoe store
i ���> ......
I News of the Okanagan I
From the  Vernon Okanagan,  March 27.
8 i
{���> ��. ���.���;���������;���������������: :��������������������x��.:������z��;
Rum as a Bracer,
v -j. boys came to town
da     ' '      i ia< I   i litl ���   b i Ine
i! .   long) ���   than   wai   good
ftei   :������'       '".     filling
, ...
,  '.        nn   foi   a  "tn icer,
to  tl
���I   0
mlice ""
In a
bul li ,    :
the  n coi
I and
lal." ���     ' ' d   8
���      r>      ���
P  ml   Ri
I   5
Summerland to Incorporate.
esiden       I Siinum
to form a municl
:.  as  Summerland    n. .:.
.-.   -.   ���
e tii
.  -��� gen
nd two 8 meeting E       ������. hall.   Th^
.   and ewe.
M. P. Wil eliie���   - -   -
Mr. ii me ; '���'������    '
e   effected
.... .?   -
Farmers   Institute
Quieter at Penticton.
riving i
��� In
... - ��� ��� -
and q i ol the R The f St i arrived  from   i ���
i. Poll aoon on last Sal
',' ad in tl ed  to
drunl .- ful   ; ton to mal
...������  Thi dazed Co-operatioi        .'.'������ Be Mi    - ���
ng wondering   irl ��� ' "r ,hfc f-'h,:-
inywa)' ���' o II U ni       - bin   and n work.
1   re been -1'  Mr.  Hussey will llkelj  decide
.    . .. ;,...       .. tlon In a day or two. In the
etlca     ; .' edge of the q - ntime the rlngleadei    in !
. led.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the Family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Be.-: Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of lhe Famous Oriental Limited
IV r detailed ii
F  C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny, i j
m) waj
Death   of
death  occurred   lasi   Ss
. g,  al   bis  bome here of .lohn
Macdonnell in hi.s B8th year.   The late
.] ���  " r.ni-11   who  v. i ithl -   Ol
��� lexai M icdonnell, ol the B. X.
ranch, was a n a t i % < ��� ol Scotland and
iiiini' to Canada with his parents when
ag boy, Hie- family settling In
Ontario's famoni Bcol count) Olen
gari ��� When a young man Lhe de
.. vi   - and Joined the go I
eekei    In    !ai Iboo in  the earl
.I be tnaji        "i  - ii"
��� ni,  I,.   Ing   ���   ���
h Mr. Macdonnell came
i   md   ool  up a i am h
at   Blue I ii'ai   Lumby,   where
i.i . fai 'mur mi s large scale
. i   lasi  (nil and moving
v ii bul a tea weel - ago.   About
. eve i .   -I  -ii"  dei ea led   ��enl
Saturday evi
��� > His
remai on    "Pure  Seeds  an<l
rVei       and ��������� en ol much tnteri  t.
��� night, ad li
mei Ing at Lumby.
Vi  the meeting    In  the afternoon
the  Institute on  motion  of  Mr.
���'������ F. Smith, pa  lion en
���: ade "a calling
on   the   Dominion    governmenl   to
:. in   i
Board of Trade.
ting ol  the board ol
���      ... ��� Fi Ids    ������ renin
back to Glengarrj  and married sties the clt) call.   Tbe meet ng wai called
McDonald,  who  survive     him,    and  ,��� o cousidei thi   idvl  tblllt)
Lhrei    roung  children,  who  will   ha      ,  ���    ,,���,��� Bppropr ; and
'' ' '" the entire com nlty ���,,,���,,.,,,. adverl|g|Dg matler ,,,, t_i_
ttnd  eit:  and the Okanagan.    II was point
"���I oui thai other sections of the pro-
nown, ami it
��� .   last   Friday,   thai       -  pn
cial governmenl   rill
���    in.    However, nothing definite
.'.ii. as the police are ;akini< precautions "i keep   secret their future
action In the case.
Last  Friday    night,    at    Pentlclon,
there was a meeting of the Pentlcton
"Vigilance    Committee,"    which    was
I)  attended.   Whal transpired  al
meeting   is  also   being   kepi
ecrel  ..    pot Ible.    But it  i.s learned
 pei.- and resident
pentlcton who refused to sign tbe petition circulated by the committi i .
and endoi ill ai Lion In d
men i it, wlll be- boyco   i
thi   i'   rll    ol  Ihi   '
and bold pi oceedlng nn the pai l
��� :   he   ���   I li nts In deiroi ling
the "yellow evil," one I bins, I   11
i i m di lei mined io stand by
Ihelr  work.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Boilers and Pumps.
Before placing your orders for Nl-.W
STEAM PLANT," write for quotations.
We have the LARGEST and BEST equipped
BOILER PLANT in Canada       :       :       :
in the   o
kind fatb       1 he funeral which  was
l ii.ii'-i, iooI plai " la ���' Sun-
is an h from the Roman Catholic '-lurch. Rev, Fattier Dorval, of the
h'..   ,i "an i )iil"i   officiating,    Th" fnl
lowing gentlemen acted as pallbearers; Messrs, T. ,i. Cummtskey,
C, O'Kei :��� . v,. F Cameron, J. Martin,
O. r. Wei;,' ;   and  W. OTieary.
Pure   Bred   Stocl<.
.1. T, Bardolph ol the Lavington
ranch returned from New Westmln-
tei ���' -������ iday morning where he bad
been i ling the spring exhibition
mid sale ol pure bred stock. Mr. Ilai-
ib.lpli n ' ��� the meeting b success
inui tba .-. "rial praise is coming to
Becretai. Logan of the B. C. stock
associptloi n his efforts to make- the
exhibition and sale �� success. T. Nor-
rls accompanied Mr. Bardolph from
here and both gentlemen secured for
themselves and M. P. Williams fourteen In..nl nf siock, all told, as follows:
.1. T. Bardolph, one Ayrshire bull
fieim   A.   C    Wells,   Chilliwack;     look
iii. i prize at laal Dominion exhibition,
in lis claim and Bweep stake for any
dairy  bull)   and   two cows of  same
breed   also thi ae heifer .
T, Morris, em., pure bred Shorthorn
vim" wi" making strenuous efforts
ti stti acl newcomers while the Okan
��� ��� apparentl) satisfied to rest
nn theli laurels, sn to speak, and do
nothing. H. K. Wright, It. J. Mutrle
and L. .1. Ball were appointed a com
iiiini" in look Into the entire question
and reporl al next meeting. On motion of ll. K. Wright and 0. a. Hankey
i wa: decided to ask the Okanagan
Fanners'   Instltutl
Fruit Growers' association to endorse
ib" resolution passed ai last meeting
ni iiu- board of trade requesting the
Dominion governmenl to establish an
experimental fruii growing station In
thi district, On motion n was decld
"ii to communicate with the councils
eii Sbderby, Armstrong, Kelowna and
leading residents of Summerland,
Peachland and Pentlcton, asking them
what they weiuiii contribute towards
purchasing the remaining 1,000 copies
of ih" Vernon News special write-up
of the district. The object being to
send same' io ihe agent-general In
England tor distribution,
The following new members were
declared elected) If. B, Ashe, C, Godwin, W. II. Byera P. Dixon, \V. Saw
Shave Your  Beard.
Ii you ihi nol wani to be bald, retrain from growing a beard.
It is a Bimple recipe for keeping
your hair which a physician of eminence offers, llis theory Is thai men
vim an- bald owe their affliction moat
often "i the wearing of beards.
Hi- does not pretend to say why tins
should be sei, bin merel) directs the
notice of any observant iuu sou to the
,1,c Vernon fad thai nearly every man who re-
lolces In a luxuriant growth Of
whiskers has a deficiency of hair on
the top of his be.mi. On the other
hand, most clean-shaven men possess
good heads of hair.
Many  men  who arc clean shaven   In
"nlii'i life permll their beards to grow
when they have reached middle ime-
in consequence nf the theory of th<'
physician quoted be correct), the hair
begins to fall off the tops of their
heads. M is a fatal mistake, The frequent anel regular use- or a razor la the
besl Insurance againsl baldness.
ii would seem, says the physician,
as if Nature could provide tor the support ami nourishment of only a cer-
i iiu amounl of hair, if a beard Is
mown, the crop on the scalp suffers.
Chief  of   Bureau   at   Washington   An-
nounces   Nev*  Development.
New   York,     March   28.���Willis     I..
Moore, chiel   of  the weather   bureau
.-mi. announced last  nlghl
al  the    li :.      ol the Maritime a
atlon thai  the weather bureau might
.  ��� >i ecasts of a whole month.
Mr, Moore ha    been Joked hard by Job
i. Hedges �� hen be arose and gol per
mu to add to his Bpeech, already
n ���!    ll" then Bald
The weather bureau believes thai
: n  'ii.   Brsi   time In the  history of
meteorological   BClence ll   has  within
its grasp 'in- scientific basis of long
we-.ili"i-     forecasiii'.K     'hat   Is.
forecasts  of  the    character    of   ih��
month to come.
"Tha details are nut yet  complete
ami  the  system   will   nol   lie   adopted
toi several months to come, li may
be possible, and I believe it will be,
in tell you New Workers and members
of a maritime exchange before thla
time nexl  year what the character of
I li" i-niiiii. :   month  will  be'."
Mr, Moore said after the dinner that
he Inui mil intended to make this announcement nt this time, Imt had
planned to gite it llrsi to the public
through 'li" Bclentfflfl publications,
Engineers at Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, March 29.���A convention
ni' the iiiiiish Columbia Engineers'
association is being held tn this city,
The Inauguration meeting was beld
i.i.-i night, and today the delegates
aic ihe guests ni ihe Western Fuel
me business of the association win
be concluded with o banquet tomorrow nlghl.
Confession of Son Clears the Name of
Mrs.  Clarissa   Rice.
Chicago,   March   2'J.���A  dispatch   to
The Tribune  trom  Muskegon,  Mich.,
After her death the name of aged
Mrs. Clarissa Rice lia.s been cleared
b) iln- confession ol Ralph Leelsle ot
rhree Rivers, MU v. who is in jail lu
Chicago awaiting trial for killing A.
Goldberg, a Chicago saloonkeeper a
I ""1; ago,
Early In ii'hi Mrs. Rice's son,
Charles Rice robbed the Fourth National Hank of Grand Rapids of Ji.no
and Bed with all bul $200 of the
money.    He  was captured  and  swore
thai iu- gave his mother, who was tt.
years old, what money he did not
spend. Hlm denied her guilt, bul was
convicted In Muskegon and sentenced
tn eighteen months in orison. She was
pardoned later and died in Oregon,
Before her death Bhe expressed the
hope thai her soni now serving a six-
year sentence in Jackson prison, would
tell the truth.
Yesterdaj Mel! Trotter, an evangelist, Btated thai he had received a
letter from Lelsle In which the latter
gave the record of hi.-, life, completely
exonerating Mrs. Rice,
"Canada" Heaters and  Separators
Cochrane   Patents.
"Canada" Return Tubular Boilers
Ilanam Patent
"Canada" Water Tube  Boilers
"Canada" Steam Pumps
Lull Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland    :   :
Address:'527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Presh and Frozen Fish
(same In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
'    Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
Suicide in Victoria.
Vieloria,   March,   29,���A   well-known
painted and paper-hanger named R. E.
Kendall, committed suicide this afternoon, while in work al his trade In a
house belonging to M. A. While, Fort
street, lie cul his throal wlih a paper
knife which he bad In'e'ii using. He
was taken to the Jti'jllee hospital, but
expired shortly after reaching there.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*** ���
THOS. R. PEARSON ^mAsrrraonrvou |
823���One hundred and sixty   acras.beautUully    situated  ""     '
southern slope ot tne serpentine Valley; llrst-ctuss land, trohn"k
the ('lover Valley llond; near tbe   railroad   an.l   river;     good  rOSO'
land is very productive;  about   tH>  acres    in    flrst-e'lass  o00",',^  .
Good ami convenient miiieiings.   Ml necessary implements and sto  ��� a
X    This ls well worth InvestIgatlo n.    Price, $90 per acre. !
J 1027���An  unusually  gooel  buy.    One hundred and sixty acres.       ���
w   to 76 acres under tirst-ciuss cultivation;  ii acres under nops, ""     ���
��� good shape;   lli-roemeil dwelling In good condition, barn UUXluUI     *j f
J   kiln and baling room in good condition; the buildings on the P      J
��� are worth at U'ust |t,UUU.    Uert and Creek runs through Hie proi"   ���' i
��� Tills Is ii mosi desirable farm;   from  IS.EOO to |a,6UU per year '���     J
X   Iii! taken oir it.    Price, 5^,b00 c ash. ���
���������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������**** FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1905.
American Painless Dentists
Are Now Open for Business
Graduate of Philadelphia Dental College,
Garrettsonian Hospital of Oral Surgery,
Hudson Post Graduate College of Chicago, III.
Special Course in Crown and Bridge Work Last Summer in Hudson Post Graduate College of Chicago, III.
Dr. H. P. Moody will Attend Personally to all Work in New Westminster and District.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty
At Pooular Prices
American Painless Dentists
Guichon Block, Columbia St Over T S. Annandale's Store,
Patients are Requested to Make Early Appointments.
New Westminster, B. C.
Shingle and Saw Mill
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Bank of I
Incorporated by act ot parliament
CAPITAL iAll paid up)...JU,UUU,UO0
Rt, Hon. Lord Strntheona and Mount
Royal.  O.C.M.U,...Hon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. Llninimond, President
E.  S.  Clouston,  Vice  President  aud
Geueral Manager.
Chatham  Incubators
Now is the time ts Purchase Them
60 Egg Incubators Costs $14,       120 Egg Incubators $21,
240 Egg Incubators $29.
These terms are Cash with the Order. Terms
can be arranged payable in November, 1906,
on a slight advance over cash prices.
BROODERS   $11.00  TO   $13.00
Box 165, New Westminster, B. C.
W lite fur Circular anil Mention the Daily News.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
in Canada, In London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. jonn, .Mid.,
and correspondents iu alt parts ot the
Savings Bank Dept.
G.  D.   Brymer,  Manager.
said, in discussing the proposed ship.
Mm of course this is a world of big
things,  and  the  United   States  must
not  be left behind."
Dewey's Scheme to Eclipse the Dread-
naught Discouraged by Some
Washington,   March   J'J.���Since  the
Women Smoke Too Much.
Chicago, March 2S.���Aroused by lhe
recent discussion of cigarette smoking
by women and the frank indorsement
of the practice by some, Lucy Page
decision of the house committee on Gaston, head of the Anti-Cigarette
naval affairs to recommend an ap-1 league, yesterday sent out the follow-
propriation of $6,000,000 for the con-j (ng open letter:
ce ��
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in Ail Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,   Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy'Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets $3b,3/ii,b/t>.
Branches   and   correspondents   in
all  the  principal  cities ot tne world.
General  banking business transacted.
II opens an account.    Interest added
tall yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
ipen    Saturday   nights   trom  b  to  9
F. B.  Lyle, Manarjer.
W. CURRIE, Manager.
Carriage Repairing, Shoeing
and General Blacksmithing.
Logging Camp anil Structural Iron
Work Specialty.
Begbie Street.
When you want a good smoke you
ask  for a���
Manufactured by the B. C. Cigar
Factory, who also make The "Bril-
lantes" (in three sizes.)
Factory and Office'.  Brine Block,
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
struction of a battleship larger than
any now afloat, naval experts in Washington have begun n heated discussion
"Cigarette smoking by American women is, unfortunately, no longer an
open question.    Recent  developments
Of the size of battleships which shows  have brought prominently to the front
that Admiral  Dewey is not supported
by many naval officers in his advocacy
of a battleship greater than the lS.OOll-
lon English battleship Dreadnought.
.Naval  constructors are  agreed that
jan effective battleship with a displacement of - ',(iuu tons or more can be
constructed   for  the   American   navy,
South   Bend  Industry  Changes Ownership for $600,000.
South Bend. Wash.. March IIU -Tho
Simpson Dumber company's mill, one
of the finest on the nasi, will change
hands within a short time. A strenuous effort has been made to keep the
details of the transaction secret, but.
it has leaked out thut 10. U tiaudette
finally secured a twenty day option on
tho property, which expires April 12.
The price is believed to bo in the
neighborhood of $600,000 and it is
known thnt a forfeit of $6,000 has been
deposited   with  one of the  banks  of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ this city.
existing conditions. I       '   . ,       _-..   imnrnva.
It. Is expected that gie.H impiuve-
���I(   has  been denied  repeatedly  by  ments wl]1 ,���, made in the plant and
those jealous  of the  good  name of Rs  0.ip.lciIy  greatly  Increased,    The
American women that cigarette smok-
mlll  now  has a  capacity  of  '{100,000
ing   prevails  io  any  considerable  ex-,^ day    R isnpW| havlnK been
tent among respectable classes. ]nm tfto^ tn(v |)ast year to rep)ac0
"While the right exists to men andL^ m bm.n0ll ,ast Jun0
women alike to indulge in the cigarette!	
Belyea & Co.
! General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling uiir mpeeallty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbu.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, 6.C.
8. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
but the advisability of authorizing one' ,,.,,,���_ .���,, wfl ��� . uation re.ulv tQ fac_,
ship of ihis type and not  making am,,,,, ,.,,.���.,.���, consequences of the wide-! Gives Wife to Son.
spread use of cigarettes by women? Chicago,    March    28.���Watson     H.
"Lei nol the tempted young woman Twitchell, 56 years old, has   ��� n tired a
be deceived by the rosy setting forth1 divorce from his youthful bride of 22,
___-___,���_���____.    ___ by votaries of the habit already underI who fell in love with her "tcp-son,
questioned by many naval authorities.. ������  enthrai,menti  for  there  is a dark i Bdward Twitohell, M years Old.    Ed-
Ai least four battleships of the same| side to the picture which must not hei wnr,|  was g  ,,;,,-t  of the family and
speed and  with similar batteries and I Ignored." [the bride, whom Twitchell  hail  won
effort to provide additional 16,000-ton
battleships to supplement the quota
of smaller ships and thus make a desirable  working unit   out  of them Is
equipment are necessary, according to
Ilie view of the constructors, to be effective iu un engagement. One great
battleship, even If it be swifter and
have more guns I ban other ships
afloat, they contend, cannot accomplish anything in actual warfare and
is no more effective than the slower
and less formidable ships with which
it is joined in action.
If congress  should  decide  that  the
new    baitleship    must    have    twelve
twelve-Inch   guns,   us   has   been   stig-
gested, a ship of 22,0u0 tons would be
necessary   in   the opinion  of  Admiral
i Capps,   und   Secretary   Bonaparte  he-
I lieves this wlll  probably  be the size
I of the proposed   ship.    Tho   British
| battleship  Dreadnought    carries only
��� o  | through   "correspondence,"    thought
Mystery  of  Boiled   Eggs. I the step-son more congenial  Hum her
A good story is going tlie rounds husband.
concerning a young man of the city' The husband discovered Ihem em-
who upon entering a restaurant a few bracing, asked them if they loved each
days ago, slightly the worse for too'other, and was told they did Then,
Intimate relations with the flowing! Raskin-like, he went to Judge Mc-
hovvl, ordered a full order of boiled' ewen, In the circuit court, lohl hlm
eggs. ' that he loved his boy and was willing
The order was served and disposed; to give his young wife to hlm to make
of, after which the young fellow fell j hlm happy.
asleep, In which condition he remain-j fhe younger Twitchell and his force' for some time. Upon awakening; mer step-mother cannot bo married,
nnd  finding   no    eggs in sight the under a recent law, tor one -year.
worthy    gentleman    Indignantly    de-  o	
manded a reason for the non-appear-
,    i                     ,i       .  i.  ... Ruined by Fire,
ance of the eggs, and when told the
circumstances of the case he waxed (!raml   Encampment,   Wyo.,    March
very  wroth, and to lhis day be main- 28.r-The greal smelting, concentrating
tains that he was swindled out of the nnd electric and steam power pl.tpt of
ten 12-inch guns.
The twenty-seven  first-class battle-1 price of a meal,
ships of the United Stales navy are of:     Considerable     disappointment
eight different types, and the variety  heen  expressed  on    the part  of hla aa>> <">"li""K
is so greal  thai few Of the ships are|���nmerous friends from the fact that I $300,000, covered by insurance to tho
the Penu Wyoming   Copper company
lire to-
aa! was practically destroyed by
I iiaei   oitniiimr    n     loss  estimated  at
suitable for joint  operations. lhe  has  not   come    through   with   theT>"louut   of   W.000-
This "greal  variety is not  Batlsfac-| cigars us yet, but they may be forth-
Teacher of the German
Language  and   Piano.
German  Conservatory Method.
lory to naval officers who are anxious
I bill the new construction should he
harmonized In such a manner that
more of the battleships may he used
In forming units for action.
"In tho olamor for the biggest battleship in the world, many persons
lose sight of the fact that the 'bigger
a vessel Is the better target It
makes,'"  one prominent  naval officer
coming ai an early date
Smoked Ail Her Life.
Kldora, la., March 28.���Mrs Mary
Morgan, aged 93, died here recently.
She was the oldest person In Central
Iowa, and came to Hardin county from
Michigan ln 1855. She has used tobacco all her life and always smoked
ii clay pipe.
 ���^_^_^_^_^_     The   smelter
building was saveel after n hard tight,
by the flre department. Tho origin
ot the flre ls a mystery.
The flre will bring the bualOM. to a
standstill for months. The Ponn-
Wyomlng company bandied Ihe copper
ores of a large part of tho Slncnmp-
ment district ln addition to tho ores
from Its own mine, Ihe Rinleflia.
Destruction of the electric plant has
deprived the city of light niul power.
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.   	
Editor   and   Mrr. .Edward   D.   Sawyer   Save8   Himself   Trouble   After Carry-, Disappear   From    Home   and   Wander
ing Away Joe Quoy's Without Food for Twenty-
Pet Dog. Four   Hours.
Advertising Rates.
Transient di play advertising, 10
cents per line ( onpuriel) 12 lines to
the inch. Kir ��� cents per line for
subsequent Inse 'Ions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, bnavier or nonparlel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 60c.   Wants, for sales, lost or
James  Atkins, of Vancouver,   who     With the present  influx of youngsters to the city police station who are
in  company
man named Mc
Allister,  was  summoned  before  Mag-
either  "lost,   strayed,  or  stolen,"   the
isi rati' Pittendrigh on March li, charged With furiously driving across the il|oli('" department Will .sen.,, havi,
Fraser River bridge, has gotten him- enough inmates to start a fair sized
self Into further trouble. It seems that orphanage.
in the flight of the men through the ,��� H(1(mion t() the three cases previously mentioned this week, three
more came to light today.
Last night the local department was
City with them. The wily Joe got next   requested to look  oul  for  two hoys,
No deviation from this rate'for i lo   the   Whereabouts  of  the  dog,  and   Stanley   McMillan,   anil   Willie   Bont-
lmmediately  started to recover    his
property.  He  swora  to a  complaint
charging Atkins with the theft of the
animal, and upon the summons being night, and who were supposed to have
si'iveii the matter was Battled oul eif beaded this way.
court. This morning Hie boys were   found
found, looms to lei, etc., one cent per ,     , ,
word.      No advertisement taken for  l'">-  ilnd   violnlt>'  that  the>   l"ckei1
loss than 'jr. cents. I "l> a Valuable fox terrier dog the pro-
Patent or proprietary medicine ad-; perty of Joe Quoy, which canine they
-ertlaements  Inserted  at rate of 50  proceeded to lake   to the Terminal
cents per Inch per issue (display) or If
reading nol ices, 2f> cents per lino per
leim contrails.
Business office  22
Manager's residence   251
W. R. Gilley, 'Pnone 1 -_:-_;.
J.  R. Gflley.
Gilley Bros.
Healers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. lottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot j
'Phone 1-b
right, who ran away from their homes
in   Vancouver   about   (1   o'clock     last
.B����Vl" '
Joe valued the dog al $25, and Ai-
kins si'iiie'd with him fen ihis amount.
by   Brldgetender  Herb  Rushton  who
notified   ihe   police   with   the   result
FRIDAY.  MARCH  30,  1906.
The complain!    was  read    before
Magistrate    Corhoulel    this    morning,   thai   they   were   taken   to   the   police
and upon the Btatemenl of Chief Mc- station, from which place they were
iuiosh that ilie matter had been settled   OUl   of  I'liurl   the   ease'   was  elis-
i missed.
The boosting policy of The Dally
News   seems   to   have   cntiglil  on   all
over  British Columbia.    Every  paper Ingenious Convicts,
one  picks    up    sees    an     account  of KUensliurg. March 29.���Using a  WO-
boost ihis, boost that, boost the other man's corsel Bteel as a saw. desperate
thing,  and  In  no City  in   British Co
lumbia Is ihis boosting process being
criminals  in   tlie  Kittitas  county  jail
here had started work on the iron bars
ami  had  made  considerable  Impres-
later released and Bent hack to Vancouver.
According to the story told by the
hoys they left Vancouver last night
wllh the intention of going on a fishing trip, and following along the
Greal Northern Hacks they were over-
iaken by darkness about midway between  here  and   Vancouver,  und   find-
iIhe White House
Carries a Complete Line or....
Ladies' and Children s
Ready-to-Wear Goods
It would pay you to call anil inspect our stock.
Everything at Most Reasonable Prices.
A. J. Birtcli,
New    Westminster
275 Columbia St.,
more fell today than in our own Royal; iou oll ���m, before detected by of- Ing an empty shack in the woods near
City, and well might It be ab no city ta j fleers. Sheriff Thomas determined up- ,|1(. track they spent the night In it.
more deserving and no city needs It on searching the jail anil lie and
A  concerted effort, by all con-! 1)e"l">'  Maxej'    thor��uShly  examined
The hoys say that there was a quantity of new clothing wrapped in par-
Hilton'- Iim ini Place.
When  Milton die-el  on  Nov.  S,  1074,
he   was  buried   iu  St.  Giles,   Cripple- Uhh.ht nnd Schumann.
guie, says the London Tatler, though Wagner,   writing   In   1840,   said   of
his remains were distributed In 1"'J0, Schumann:  "He is a highly gifted mult is said, and it is not quite certalu ��ician, but an Impossible man,   When
,                                                                                                                              now  where  be actually  lies.    Earlier \ came from Paris 1 went to see him.
cet-ned has placed New Westminster in | rrom (,0].aet steel|   t)u,v    toun(J    1W() (.,.|s j��� the building, an.l that an emp-   slill Ill(, uncertainly s is to have ex- j told him of my Parisian experiences,
a most enviable position. A canvass of jknjvea and an iron  thai   was to be ty dinner bucket was sitting jusl In-   itsed,   for  Aubrey  quaintly tells us: gpoko of the state of music ln France,
the business house's    hi    represents-  used as brass knuckles, hidden away   sill(, ���,., .,.,..,.                                           "His si.me i.s now- removed; about two then  of that  In  Germany,  Bpoke  of
, ,.,              ,       ,     ,      , ,,     ,��� u,,, ,.pik .,���,i corridors    The hole '                                                            jeares since (now 1681) the two steppes literature and polltlca, but he remained
lives of this paper has developed the In the cells and corridors,    ine non      .^ Ja(Jg hftd ^ |]umght q�� brlng               ^mmnnUm tabid were raysed. as g���od as dumb for nearly an hour.
in the iron bar had escaped nonce ot  ,   j gbegae Jo Sp i and he lie together."  one cannot go on talking quite al ,
Still,  even  at the  risk  of  gazing at An Impossible man!"   Schumann gave
'-.In Speed's" resting place by mistake, an  account of  this Interview,  which
The lads had not thought of bring-
 hit     i i .  ,t -  .unking lnS a"-v  Provisions with  them, and
upon It, the prisoners had filled il with  tne shack being devoid of anything in
fact that a larger business is being
done today than ;it any time for years
back, and there slill remains plenty
of opportunity to increase lhis business. New West minster is naturally
situated   for a  large    manufacturing
city, every facility [or railway service, figure, largely as a producer of tbe ton
mii i.e.   si it-ice   and   I nun   service,   so  paint with which red noses are deco-
ihai   in-   ii   "siry   need    overlook  the'  rated, ll is only proper that now that
country   should  bring   forth   the   dis-
burnt  bread. this line, they were obliged to go hun-   st.  (iiles shoulil he visited today, for
���o��� gry.  This  morning they  started out   the whole neighborhood speaks of _Mil-
Cures Red  Noses. again, and walked as far as the bridge
Berlin, March 28.���As Germany lias where they were seen by  Mr. Rdsh-
tou. It was quite near, In Bartholomew close, that be- lay hlel after the
restoration till be was pardoned; <iuite
practically agrees with that of Wagner. "I have seldom met Wagner." ho
said, "but he is a man of education
nml spirit. He talks, however, unceas
tngly, and that one cannol endure for
to  whom
of   the
near,   ln   Aldersgate   Btreet,   that  hs   long together."
took the "pretty Garden house ut the 	
boys had been  given. Within a very   enJ   o��   .,���   ..^..^i.   th.lt   sllitwl   bis1        T,���. Term ��P,in,�� Minister."
few moments from   this time   they   studies, being "the quietest street In j    "Prime minister" is one of the many
fad  tha'  tl ly can be amply supplied
wilh  ever; hing    necessary    tor the
promotion ol my plant oi any description  whatever.  All   manner of  power  professor he drills Into  the Inflamed  en in twenty-four hours.
can be furnished, and all manner of veins and capllliaries with a minute     The other  missing youngster  who
were lodged  al   police headquarters,
Prof,  NVisar is ihe man.    When a  and   Jailer Mclnnes    then    provided
joyously  tinted  nose is taken to the  them with the first meal they had eat-
doubt, but perhaps the reason for tbe. _een slang at one time,   lt was first
Bight  of liis frivolous yeiung wife.-   applied to Sir Robert Walpole, but in o
London Chronicle. ] reproachful sens.'.   Feb. 11. 1742, after
���  twenty vein's' tenure of office, Sir Rob
Proof. I ert   resigned    all   liis   employments.
transportation   secured
practical  I'latlnum   point   and   pumps   oul
superfluous blood,
demonstration was witnessed bul  Lwo      A M.^  Q. ,ml  &u li]m.s thi, __,_  5even, and hls name as Lewis Gregorj
or tin
was broughl  to the station by a citizen  ihis  morning gives    his age  as
"They tell me thai Skinner has joined
Do vuii belli
he is in
the church
"He must be.   I saw him put a doll tl
vs ���'���" "' :l vessel drawing tissues together and  with  a  good-by  He stated thai he was an orphan, and   in  the  contribution  box."- St.   Lou'��
of waier gracefully  float- splash of merry-merry hydrogen perox-  was living with a man named Frank   Pout-Dispatch.
magnificent river, cross-  ''''' nnd o dash eef pearl  powder the Manville   of   Cottonwood     Farm,    to
old rose effeel is gone and ivory has  whose earn he had been consigned by
taken iis place. relatives In Vancouver.
22  : ���: i.. ������
Ing tl i
ing n Annlevlllo bar v. Itb  l 1-2
ii'i-i of v ii span'. I bus practically
iusiirin ; ov lers of i ho deepest  di al
?e a  s;.i     entrance  to our  cil
and  h "'��� a  sighl   'twill  be  to
sen nil i .     of    ocean    vessels
moored ir varl ��� ���   t cling
lumbi:    ... ��� ',  -a   I  ti ������     I ii i.i  pro-
due s etc. ' ir sh'.i i il lo  ill iiarl - ea
the woi I :. and Lhe pcopl w Ul .i ii ness
lhis s ��� o before auoli, i yeai rolls
arouni ind whal does Lhis all mean
to New Westminster, li practicallj
means that the Royal City takes iis
propei place at the head of Hie commercial Interests of ihis province, anel
it further means increased population,
Increased revenue to the merchant,
inui an Increased properly value to
th. iny property owners. The
Dally News takes some Utile credit
to Itself for ihis boosting business and
will coi ��� . " its boosting Lactlcs riglii
itlnng ���   | oi  I."' makes no differ
ence ���    I)    News      \Y"  al   '  OUI
��� . i' st"! and all Its met
in iti les, and e ti b  day
;.i   iti ���   publti
������  m Ler pi   i   ind
Wo wlll  boost   them all,
over    again     in i   boi 11
Tbe Portuguese say no man will]
make n go'id husband who doesn't eat]
a gnoil breakfast.
"Having invested me," he remarked,
"with a kind nf mock dignity and
styltil me prime minister, they Impute
to ine nn unpardonable abuse of thai
chimerical authority which they created and conferred." Such a personage
as the prime' minister or the premier Is
not even mentioned in the official table
of precedence and is unknown to the
written constitution nf Great Rritaln.
Great Wallpaper Sale!
Having made arrangements to enter another line of business we have
decided to close out our immense stock of
Wallpaper, Burlaps, Room Mouldings,
Varnise Stains, etc.
We It;
boosted  it,
��� then
again, ai . won'i Iobc i'i I of an;
new "I. I'prtse e omlng this waj
either. We will encourage them to
come and .. ..si thorn when Lhe) gel
here. We have room for them all. the
more tbe merrier. We would even
boost for another newspaper: The
more newspapers we have the more
publicity our ciiy receives, provided
the newspaper honestly presents our
good qualifications. Of course we have
no had ones, we  wouldn't  permit a
had one to remain. So then everybody take up The Dally News cny,
boost, and don't say il under your
breath, yell it oul good, long nnd loud.
The Honors le Premier Richard Mc-
Bride origii ated the boosting call and
noble i     ' i  do It. We dorCT hesitate
to quote' him. "Dick" belongs lo New
Wesl mil!-' and SO does his famous
quotation, "If you can'l boost, don't
kiioi k."
Very neat 5c to 7 l-2c bedroom papers for roll 4c
9 in. borders to match, per yd       -      -       1 l-2c
.Many very handsome stripes and floral designs in
all colors, regular prices 7 L-2c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c
Sale prices, per roll -       5c, 6c,  7c, 8c, 9c
Nine-inch Border to match for   -   -   -   2c a yard
Embossed Gilts
25c to 40c
12 l-2c to 20c
12 1-2 to 20c
6c and 10c
Regular prices
Sale prices
18-in. Freizes to match, per yd
Sale prices, per yard
Pressed  Goods
A beautiful  line  of  American  pressed  goods;
regular $1.50 a roll: Sale price      -      75c a roll
18-in.    Frieze to match;    regular 35c per yard
For - - - 20c a yard
A visit to our store will convince everybody that we
have the largest stock of Wallpaper in British Columbia and it has all got to go and go quickly. We
have just opened a line line of German goods which
v ill be sold at cost.   Our
Varnished Goods for
Kitchen and Bath
40c a role everywhere, while they last -30c and so on.
Remember this is a genuine sale, no removal
sale or side show of any kind, but a real, genuine
get-out-of-the-wallpaper-business-quick sale. We
have a good staff of paperhangers and will hang all
paper we can for those who want work done, but of
course we will not be able to hang it all.
First Come, First Served.
Samples Sent to Out of Town Customers.
No Two-Cent Fare.
Des  Moines,    la.,    March 28.���The
Sankey bill, providing for a 2-cent rail-
loiul fan .11 Iowa, was killed today in
the house Statistics were presented
to provi that the 3-cenl fare only paid
��� ��� 1 Iowa 1 t ' ii
808 Pender St, Vancouver
Publication Begins
April 3rd, 1906
A Clean, Newsy,
Reliable Paper
Just the Paper for the Farmer
and Rancher
Market Report, the
Market Prices, Mining
News, Lumber News,
Poultry and Stock Reports
and a Query Column, edited by a Reliable Veterinarian.
The City News will also be briefly and correctly
We will have correspondents in all nearby
towns and will cater to
your wants in every manner possible.
The Weeky News Costs
Per Year
0pp. People's Theatre.
Same Prices Apply lo'Mail Ord
ders ft
The Daily News
Publishing Co., Ltd.
Sixth and Front Streets,
New Westminster, B. C. PRIOAY, MARCH 30,  1906.
The Paint
and the Label...
What's in a name? Some people thing one Paint's as good
as another. You make a big mistake there. A good Paint Is
known by lis label Its the mark that distinguishes a brand
from  hosts  of  unreliable  Paints. Its a  visible guarantee of
Sherwin-Williams Paint, prepared, is known by Its label.
40 years of good paint-making have made it n sign thai
stands  tor  Painl   quality, satisfaction and economy.
The letters s, w. p,. la your pr ctlon and mine.
shall we tell you more about, it? ir so. call al
Local News Briefly Told
Healer    St.  Patrick's  hall,    Friday  Innocently   turned  the  joke  buck  on
him  by  giving a note to one of the
representatives of   the    Dallj   News.
Mr.   Hughes  declares    he   is  si ill     a
Capt.  Croll,  who  recently  sold  his
steam tug, the Magnet to the B. C.
General Contract company, landed iu
port here this morning with a new
.1, A. Lusby who is in tbe wesl on boat, the Clive, which he has pur-
visit to his brother L. B. Lusby, was chased   from   the   Carlysle    Canning
evening  (tonight.)
Sheriff Armstrong left this forenoon on the Beaver on an official visit
te. Chilliwack.
G. L. Peck, of tin' government Fraser River department, was a passenger to Langley this morning.
Typewr iters...
Underwood���V lsible Writing
Empire���Visible   vv riting
Booksellers, Stationers, Etc.
235 Columbia Street.
a passenger to Chilliwack this morning on board the Beaver.
Mis. Welsh, who lost a pair of glasses a few days ago is rejoicing iu their
return through lhe medium of a News
want advertisement.
The steamer Flyer has returned
trom a trip to Port Moody with a
leiad of compressed brick lo be used
on the Indian and Fisheries building
whieh  is In course of construction.
Mr. K. 0. Hammer, cashier of the
company of the Skeena river. The
Clive was built In the Royal City
about four years age) by Messrs. Peck
and Emerson of this city, and has a
first class hull. The engine will provide li horse power and her owner
claims that she ls the fastest 00 foot
boat on the river.
 o ���
Wet, But Mild.
Vieloria.   March  :!u.���A    depression
ot considerable    energy    is  moving
Programmee  of  Entertainment.
The programme of the musical entertainment  to be given In St.. Ann's
academy ou  Friday night  will be asj
March���"Le Pas de Cruces" |
 Paul   Waehs
Misses  A.  Murphy.  S.   Nelson.   L.
Lavery, F. Guichon
Chorus���'Calm is the Sea"	
Duet���"Birds of Paradise"	
O. Cayiior, M, Tolle, M. and Susan
Song���"Mother's Own Darling"	
 Win.  Ross
Mona Grieves
Duet���"Dane,' of the Toys"	
   Franz Iiehr
��� L, and B. Lavery
Operatic    Transcription���"II    Trova-
tore"     Verdi
Pianos���Misses F. Guichon and
L. Lavery
Vocal- Selected    Miss Munn
Progressive Westminster
Demands the Best--We Have It!
Judicious Westminster
Demands Dollar for Dollar��� We gi\ e it    Sometimes a little more.
Careful Westminster
Demands Good Work-We do it      Try us for Cabinet or Upholstering Work, Window Seats, Cosy Corners, Etc.   The best in the land.
Don't Miss Our Lines of Carpets, Linoleums and Oilcloths.
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 t o   241   Front  Streets,  Uupont   Block,
First   National  Bank    at    Litchfield, down the coast from the north and  Duet���"The Little Haymakers"	
Minnesota, was the guest  of Mr. and   the  pressure  Is low    over  Ihe entire      W. Smallwood
! W. E.F ALES  !
i Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc. %
j . |
!jj     Wall Paper,       Linoleum,       Oilcoths,       Carpets,     j��!
'j; Perambulators, Etc., Carpets Sewn and Laid. |
'% Undertaking in all its branches promptly attended to. |
Picture Framing. %
Mrs. Robert .1. Watson Thursday afternoon.
Robert D .Sawyer, of Battle Creek,
Michigan, is visiting through British
Columbia on a touring expedition. He
arrived in New Westminster today
and seems much Impressed with the
Cue of W. TUton'S children al
Woodwards was badly scalded yesterday. A doctor was secured as rapidlj
as possible, bul there Beemed to be
grave doubts as lo whether the little
one would recover.
The following are registered at the
hotel Guichon; ll. J. Mayo, Vancouver; W. H. Ricketts, Vancouver; S.
Hewitt, Vancouver; It. D, Sawyer.
Battle Creek, Mich.j C. C. Fuller,
Seattle; P, Conwey, Seattle, J. Coote,
The remains of little 12 year old
Georgle Walker who shot himself near
Woodwards a few days ago, were in-
North   Pacific   slope;   the   barometer M. and S. Gregory
reading last night  29.32 al   Dawson, Song���"W e the Dark Cornea- Most"
and   ai   Port   Simpson   ibis  morning   Tonrlee
29:22.    Rainfall    is general    on the ,,  ,
it. Lavery
coast between this and San Francisco
Spanish Serenade���"Alvardo" 	
 C'has. Henluin
Mandolin���Miss F. Herring
\ Columbia Street.     -     Telephone 176. &
't ��,��� &
Manufacturer   of HattieSS and SaC-rf.Cry
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -   B. C.
Repairing of all'descriptions.
Is a line, tough quick
drying, durable varnish
for new and old. hard and
and soft wood doors and
wood work. Comes in
natural and twelve colors
Our line of Paints, Varnishes, Oils, etc., is unusually complete and includes the best known
brands. Nothing cheap but the price.
Try us next time yeeune't'd anything
in our line. Try a can of Jap a Lac.
T.Ja, Trapp & Co,lM
Largest  Stock  in the City.
Mounted     in   any   Style     you   Desire.
Conic and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
>e4| DIAMONDS 1    The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
( ���
| -The City Grocery-
j Good Potatoes $1.00 per sack
! Fresh stock of flower and garden
seeds just arrived.
|   Telephone 97.
$2000--Half Cash.
Purchases a 9 roomed solid brick house, bathroom, pantry ami cellar
new barn and stable und chicken house
8 acres of land, pari cleared, rest good cedar short distance' trom
car line.
Kii-iuire about this property il is 8 Bne home', will double In value
in a few years.
M/.I ���    J     II       1      Or Real Estate,  Fire & Life Insurance
MCLeOd,   Marl.   &   LO.,       Til. 373.      Near Tram Office
and there has been a rise ln temperature al   mosl  stations.
A fresh southeasterly gale prevails
al the mouth of the Columbia river,
Easl of the Rockies a vast area of
high pressure In central Manitoba and
ihe' Dakotas, and Hie- weather is fair
and moderately cold. Further south in
ihe   Missisippi   valley   snow   is   falling
Pianos���Misses M. Popple and L.
Guitar���Miss A. English
Song���"Swinging"   Smiih
May Tolle
in   Memphis. Duet���"The Flatterer"  	
Forecasts for 36 hours ending 5 p. j c- Chamlnade
in. Saturday on the Lower Mainland: I      Misses M. Popple mid M. Dunn
Easterly   winds,   unsettled  and   mild Vocal���Selected   Miss Lavery
Don't miss this chance of securing useful Dishes cheap,
Bread and Butter Plates 2 for 25 cents
Salad Bowls, 15c each.        Preserve sets, 50c and 75c each
Glassware, Celery Dishes, Salad   Bowls, Jugs, High
Fruit Stands, Cake Dishes, etc., 35c each.
You are invited to try the Jellies, Custards, etc., made from Pur
Cold   Goods.
Willi rain.
Wallace Comes Through.
Wllllamstown, Mass., March 30.
telegram was received here yesterday
from A. Dillion Wallace the Labrador
li'i-i'i'd In the Vancouver cemetery to-1 explorer, announcing his safe arrival
day. A very large number of friends with bis companions Eaton and Stan-
and neighbors wenl In to Vancouver ton at Red Day, after a successful trip
to attend the funeral. by elog team down the coast from Un-
Samuel   Grossman   and   family     of  S:1VU Bay'
Cleveland,   Ohio,   were   the  guests  oft      ^ ��
Dave Grossman  yesterday.  Mr. Gross- "* May  Sell   Hatchery  Fish,
man   is   a   brother   ot   Have's   and   ex
ave an opinion
Olympia,  March  29.���Attorney-Gen-
pects io make llis home in 13. C. He, eral Atkinson today
v.as much attracted by the Royal City
and may make his home here.
addressed io Fish Commissioner Kershaw, in the effect   Ihat   persons own-
The Baptist Boys' League will hold  ing and operating private fish hatch-
on open meeting in Oltvel church ibis erles are allowed to lake flsh from any
evening al 8 o'clock. Then' will be a  waters    within    the   limits of their
short programme by the boys, and an hatcheries and market them.
address by Rev. Mr. Plercy, of Van- _i 0	
couver. All who are Interested in boys
are cordially Invited to be present. HIDDE.N GOLD.
.1. A. Chapman, the we'll known
bi - ede r ol pui e bred A;, i shires, recent-
I- Bold live of his besl animals to W.
I. Keen, one of Vancouver's dairy
men. among the herd was the yearling
bull Dandy Jim whieh as a calf took
lirst prize ill liis class at the Winni-
exhibition   last   yeai'.
Duet���"Charge of the Uhlans"	
    Carl  Hohm
Misses M. Popple and L. Lavery
Romance���"In OM Madrid"	
  H. Trotere
Mandolin���Miss F.  Herring
Pianos���Misses M. Popple and  L.
Guitar���Miss   A.   English
Vocal���Selected    Miss Lewis
Piano Solo���"Mozart Presto" (Finalei
from Sonata in ('...Miss L. Lavery
Quartet���"Silver Trumpets"  	
   F. VlVlani
First Piano���Misses M. Popple and
M. Dunn
Second   Piano���Misses L. Lavery
ami  F. Herring
Vocal���Selected     Miss'Munn
Operatic Transcription���"Faust" 	
Miss a. Lavery
"Second Valse de Godard"	
Flrsl   Piano��� Miss  M.  Popple
Second Piano���Miss !.. Lavery
.. Miss Lewis
>>>>>>>>>xcc<��^<o>>>>>zcC'��j :t>>>>x<'>>>>x*;ffl��v��"t''��v��Y��>v
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes. V.
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds ;���;
Ornamental trees and shru'i- in great variety, evergreen and gold- !���!
>}   en from 2 to 6 feet.   Roses, paeonies,   rhododendrons,    privet,    ever- S
w ........ �� . &
>J   green, ami broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free
D. M. Robertson & Sons
The Iloarel of l'rreliiiis  llilul 'Hint II
Secreted   in  India,
It would be mi Immense ben "tit to nil Vocal���Selected ..
mankind If the stores of gold held by Piano Solo���"Beethoven Rondo" (FI-
Individuals in India could be made nale) from Sonata In E, Op. No. l
available fur general use. Ever since
tlie dawn of history that country bus
in en gathering gold aud hiding it awny. Orchesl
treasures of almost Incalculable value
'���'   Tynehead  Nurseries. NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. i
The Big Clothing House
Miss M. Popple
Rev. M. L. Rugg, D. D��� lefl today ins possessed by many Indian princes.
for the Okanagan Valley to assist in When the innbarajah of Bnrdwan died
deciding upon a suitable site for the Ow stock of gold and silver left by him
new ltapiisi college whieh is to be
erected al  Summerland. While there
 arranged by  Wm.  Henley
Mandolin���Miss F. Herring
Pianos���Misses M.  Popple and L.
horns���"The Song thai  Reached My
Heart"  I. .Ionian
Accompanist���Miss M. Popple
God Save the King .
was so large that no member of tbe
family  could  make an accurate esti-   i
mate eif it.  A report made to the Brit-1
be will visit his son who was at one   l<h ���,���-,,���,���,,���, by ��� BecrM ,,._,,.���, Btat-
lime a resldenl of this city and who ed that on the estate of the defunct pels now engaged in the peach raising tentnte were a number of treasure
business, bouses, one of tlieni containing three
.,.,     ���,       . .,-��� rooms,    Tbe   largest   of   these'   three
lhe  Transfer came In tins morning ^^  wflg  torty.e)ght  tm  ,ong  and   For   Sale-Wall  Tent,  good  as   new,
ai   her  usual early  market   hour with   __ m|pd w|(ll onuunents 0f goi_ and!     12x14  feet.  Apply  This Office.
a heavy  passenger list. Among them   BuTeri plates and cups, washing bowls,!
were:    Prof,   and   Mrs.   Judges,   Miss   Jugg anf_ s0 forth-all of precious met-1 Lo��t���Smiill  Hav Mare, about 3 years
and  Master  House,  A.  Burr, Ladner;   nls.   Tbe other two rooms were full ot
G.   H.  Oliver,   Steveston;   H.   Pender,   hags  and   boxes of  fold  mohurs  and
\trs:   fniriion   Port   silver rupees.   The  doeir of  this  and
other treasure houses had been bricked ; Wanted at Once���Men and boys who
up for nobody knows how long. are willing to work. Girls also   re-
These valuables, according to an an-      quired.   Apply   personally    at    the
dent custom,  were in  the custody  of
old. Reward. Mclnnes & Kerr.
Westham Island;
Guichon: Mrs. Reid. Westham Island;
S. Wright, W. Morden, Steveston; W.
Mann, Crescent  Island.
Beginning with Sunday next, Knox the nuiharajah's wife, the vaults being
church,  Sapperton,   will   become    h attached to her apartments, but none
separate charge instead of a preach. ?f them was allowed to be opened saTe
Ing   Station,   and   will   have   two   se, - TO^t Wm filled Witt ornunents belon_
vices  a   day   Instead   of   only   erne  as tag t0 fflfferent gods of the family.  The
hitherto.  Barnet,    Porl   Moody    ami tmtlves of India oommonly bury their
Coquitlam  have also  been  united  to- hoards, and among the poorer classes
gether   as   one   charge   and   Rev.   Dr. a  favorite  hiding place is a hole dug
Wrighl  has been placed in charge of beneath  the  bed,   Disused  wells  ure
sometimes employed fen- the same pur-
{Western    Canadian    Can    Factory.
Kusi Burnaby, end of City Car.
One Eggs for Hatching���Barred Rocks,
Ringlet Cockerel. S. C. W. Leghorns. Wyckoff strain. Large grass
runs. Fertility guaranteed or set-
lings replaced. $2 per 1".   1521 tiih
avenue or Box 537.
John B. Stetson's
In Dakota and
Fedora Shapes
for $4.00 the Hat
The Cash Clothier
the  work  for one  year.  A   pastor has
not yel been selected by the church
at Sapperton.
Considerable Inti rest is being evinc-
pose.   it is undoubtedly a  fact  that
very many hoards thus deposited are For Sale���While Wyandottes, thai are
lost forever. Gold is also valued on re- white. Duston strain. Eggs $2.on per
llgious  grounds.   The  gods  lake'  up setting.  Utility stock. Lawrence .-V.
ed in the proposed lecture In the City great   quanotle
hall nexl Tuesday evening under the precious stones
auspices of the local  branch of the
National Council    of    Women,    aid
Howay will give a lecture on the "Le- government^ during which oppression
gnl  Standing  of  Women."  Other able nmi violence were rife.   No feeling of
Breakers  will   be'   Dr.   0,   Lazella  An- safety existing. It was natural that lhe
derson, of Vancouver, who will speak natives should adopt the practice of re-1
on "Diseases of Women    and    Chihl- duolng thelr veM" ,0 " concentrated
ren."  Dr.  De Wolf Smith on "Condi- shape and hiding ^.-Brooklyn Eagle.
lions of the House and Home."
A and ll Companies of the Duke of
Connaught's Ovn Rifles are requested The day after vein meet the average
to show up at the Armouries for par- man he asks you 1o take sides.
Flattery has a pretty bail name, but
Johnson, 1027 Queen's avenue,
i   of   gold,   silver   and
The temples contain
vast amounts of thc yellow aud white
metals.   The habit  of hoarding seems  Wanted���Lady chocolate dipper. Com-
to have been Induced by ages of mis-     potent and willing to teach.   State
experience and salary expected. D.
L. Allen Scott, P. O. Box 1120, Cal
gary, Alberta,
ade at 3:30 sharp tomorrow.. They
will leave by tram at 4 o'clock for
Vancouver to assist In the reception
of II. lt. H. the Duke of Connaught.
'ine officers In command earnestly
request the citizens who have militia
men in their employ to make it con-
It  gets  better  returns  than  disagreeable candor.
For Sale���Two fine Jersey cows, and
one Shorthorn, fresh milking. One
two year old heifer, and one six
months. Apply W. H. Madill, Douglas Road, or Dally News office.
Lost���On Third avenue between 10th
and (ith street a pair of gold rimmed glasses, with double lens. Finder please return to Mrs. D. Welsh,
113 Mowette street.
Re part of Lot  2S0 Group 1, New
Westminster  District.  Whereas  proof
venient tor the men to get awny, noti0'  the loss of Certificate of. ...Title
only for the sake of the men, hut for  number 2164A, issued In the name of
the credit, of the regiment and of the  Daniel Culliighun has heen tiled In this wrapping UP Parcels, etc.   Apple  ...
city. The return journey will bo made omea
at  7 o'clock sharp. I     Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration ot one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said Cer-j Tenders will be received up lo noon
tlficnte, unless In the meantime valid | -Wednesday, April 4th, at the office of
objection he made to me ln writing. Messrs. Malins and Coulthard (where
Tom Hughes of the Lytton feels a
little bit sore about the local published yesterday announcing his wedding.
He says he is not guilty of the
charge. He was away at Bellingliani
recently and tried to put up a josh
on   his   friends.  When   they  accused
him of gelling married he looked wise  Land  Registry Office,
and  treated  them    to  some    choice      New Westminster, B. C.
For   Sale���Old  papers   suitable  for
To Contractors.
Friday, April 6th '06
Public   Holiday
Monster Parade, 3 p. m.
Vancouver,   Past,   Present   and   Prospective.
Mass Meeting in the Evening
Speeches,   Songs  and   Music.
Special Rates on All Lines.
1 00,000 CLUB
C. S. KEITH      j plans and specifications may be seen)
District Registrar of Titles.! I'".' the erection of a brick  block on
the corner  of Columbia.    Sixth    and
Front streets, New Westminster, B. C.
eli inks. That  finished  them, and they,
March 30, 1906.
Advertise in The News
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1905
doubi of Nelson's standing in the pugilistic community.
t Sporting News I
���       and Comment.
Yorke Goes to Victoria.
The Vieloria Lacrosse club has secured 1 he services of Lionel Yorke.
formerly of Vancouver bul now of
sn,uie, to coach the team this season.
He will take up his new duties on
April IBth, ami has been engaged for
i. period of six months.
Yorke is one of the best known lacrosse men in the west. Previous m
coming west a number of years ago,
he was captain of the Toronto team,
which ai thai time was playing in
the N. A. D. I'. He came wesl anil
joined the Vancouver Y. M. C. A. team
and was with that team when H amalgamated with the present  team.
Last   season  he  was  the  mainstay] ���o���'���
of the Seattle leani and It was through nTcTfiTM AT? "U A f-IPTPli'Q
hlm that they st.omed aHmlf-^'" to. VJ"ttli1 U* iWU?r.U'J_<H|
ibe U, c, league,
.    --   1 IT 18 FOUND  IN THE  ANCIENT REED,
Rev. Bolton Coming.
In the near future Rev. W. W. Bolton, president of the Victoria Lacrosse
club, will viSll the Mainland for the
pQfpOSC of making arrangements ln
Vancouver and New Westminster for
the ensuing season. It Is not the intention of the Victoria club to enter
the senior league. I; hi; '>< < .1 derffed
Collie Brings Good Price
Spokane, March 2s.���Five hundred
dollars was iln> price broughl by Glen
Tana Bounder, the champion collie.
sold by T. s. Griffith, proprietor of the
Glen Tana kennels, to a California
dog fancier.
Glen Tana Bounder, born June 24,
11".. is a full brother to Champion
Anfleld Model, pronounced the greatest sire living. Bounder is the Bin of
many prize winners and winner of
siii'iiiy-tivi' prizes ln Scotland and
tbe United States. His sire was the
champion, Parbold Piccolo, by Wei-
lesboprne-Parbold Pinafore', and his
dam Braehead Beauty II., oul of Wl-
shaw QHsker-Braehead Buttercup.
The Scotch collie was by all odds
the finest ever brought to ihis section
of the country.
OR SHiPHIRO'8 pipe.
Ib Kllrly Time* TUtrr Were Mini,
Different lileeeU of ll,i_ pi nr. l��� I'M
ln  liirnp.���The   lir^hliitifl,  Lmvlnnd
��nrf iri.n Varieties.
According to the encyclopedia, Uie bag
pipe is a wind instrument the flxed char
acteristtc of which lms always been
p two or more reiil pipes attached to und
that It would only b; .: loss nf lime gounded by a wind chest, or bag, which
and, perhaps, money to attempt to bag has ln turn been supplied either bj
compete  for the championship under | the lungs of the'performer or by 11 bel-
the prevailing conditions.    Therefore
Rev.  Mr.  Bolton Intends living to 01-
linvs. The original Instrument was presumably the simple reed, nr shepherd'l
ganize  an  inter-citv   league  composed j P'!"1'   wWch   wils   wel1   toown   to  ""
Trnjnns.   Egyptians,   Greeks   nnd   Ho
mans.  But the strain of blowing tlu'se
ancient pipes was so great that sum*
of teams from Victoria, Vancouver
and New Westminster which Shall
largely be made up of Intermediate
Mount Pleasant Lacrosse.
A  meeting was held  in  Vancouver
genius conceived the iele'a of having 11
reserve su, ply of wind In n bag attached to the pipes, and hence thc bagpipe
The lirst real instrument is believed u
have been a skiu of a gout or kill, wl'_t_
twee pipes through one of which the
>ag wns inflated, the other emttt'ng ,),{
Timothy Extra Cleaned
Clover, Red
Clover, Mammoth
Clover, White
Clover, Alsyke
Clover, Alfalfa
Rye Grass, Perennial
Rye Grass, Italian
Red Top
Orchard Grass
Rape Seed, Dwarf Eisex
Millet, Golden
Oats, Swedish
Oats, Tartar King
Wheat, Island Sprir >
Barley, 2-Rowed
Barley, 6-Rowed
Last year the Finest Crops in B.
C. were produce from our seed
last night to further consider the ad
visability of organizing a senior team! sound.
on Mount  Pleasanl.  No aci ion    was     In early times the bagpipe -vfas com
taken  In the matter, us the question; mon In Great Britain B_y_ abroad.    Al
of grounds has not  yel  been  settled
one time there were' li.ee elilTere'iit kinds
, known on the eont.'ment. some Inflated
I by the mouth n-.nl others by bellows
! while in the liritish isles three kinds
were known���the great  highland  bag
pipe, the lowland bagpipe of Scotland
1 (which closely resembled the Northum
tiriiiui and the Irish bagpipe,
lu the great highland bagpipe, whk-L
originally had but one drone, a valved
tube lends from the mouth to an ail
tight bag. which bus four other orifices.
three large' e'liough to contain the luisi
of three fixed long tubes, termed drones
Tommy  Burns Goes Some. ^ ,,,���, ulloltu.r smaller, lo which is llttei:
San Diego. Cal., March 29.���Tommy , the chanter.    The three lire thrown 011
Burns put out  within twenty  rounds   the shoulder, while the bitter Is held Ir
Another  meeting  will   be  held  shortly.
Captain of Bisley Team.
Montreal, March 29.���lt Is understood that Lieutenant-Colonel Wilson,
of the Victoria Rifles, has been up
pointed to the command ot the Bisley
Milling Co., Ltd.
The Front
New Westminster.
B.-K. 850
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
both  .llm  O'Brien,  of  Pittsburg,  and
Creek,  last
the hands. All four pipes are filled
with reeds, but of different kinds. Tbf
Jim Walker, ol Battle Creek, last ,���,m,s ,ux. tlln,,a ,,y ult.ail8 of Ruders
night. Bach was disposed of 111 short 01. movabie joints, and this tuning 01
order. preparation for playing, which general
O'Brien lasted iwo minutes, e'i.ulit!������ -n ly occupies a few minutes of the piper's
seconds, going down anel euil liiun a time before he begins tbe tune proper
terrific left to the head. Walker lasted   iH heard wil1' Impatience by thus,' not
accustom e3 to tin' instrument   Indeed
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
Masonic Temple, at S p. in. Visiting brethren are cordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
a trifle leinger and stayed iwo minutes
ami   fifty-five  sec is.    Burns  knock-
It gave rise- to tin' saying, applied Ir
Scotland to those who waste time ovei
ul him 0111 witli a smash on Hi'- nose'.   Bmal] matters, "You are longer hi tun
  ing your  pipe's  II11111  In  playing yout
Gans Is the Champ.
Joe Cans has again Bhowed thai lie-
is there, very much there, bul no more
there (ban he has been for a long
time���when he tried, says a New York
sporting authority.
Tlie Scottish lowland bagpipe, like
tin' Northumbrian pipe, was in twi
fornis7*iine consisting of a smaller and
milder toned edition of the highland Instrument and the other a miniature ol
this und having tlie same relation to It
as tlie fife has to a German band,   its
U. B. K. of I., meets see'imd and
fourlh Friday of each month, at s
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E, Duniop, w.
P.;    E. E. Mal 1 bias, Reg.
���Meets in Orange hull first and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
111. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. B. E. Manillas,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec-Sec.
Again lie hns knocked oul Mike Sui great drawback, from the point of view
livan, this time in the tenth round, of the devotees of the highland bagpipe, j
That   settles the Twin. Is that It Is unsuiteel to perform what
��� ., ,       . they consider the perfection of pipe mn
The question of the coons champion- ^  (lu, ]Mmch     m>so myM  p,pef |
ship keeps bobing up. Gans won the W(,ri._ however, gentler than the high
title of lightweight champion by de- land, having the same tone, but less
testing Frank Erne at Fort Erie, May sonorous. It was to the strains of such
12, 1002. The battle lasted bul one a Bagpipe that Chancer tells us the corn-
round.    Erne, the previous holder of P,,n>' of Pilgrims left London, nnd It ls
the same Instrument that is alluded tr
the title, was knocked out.
Since then Gnns has lost but once,
to Sam l.angford, fifteen rounds, in
Boston, December 8, 1903.
That would make the Langforel person the champion
for ihe tact  that   Langford lias long
since dropped oul of sight.
Nelson beat Young Corbett, Hererra
in Shakespeare ns the Lincolnshire bagpipe.
The Irish bagpipe is the instrument In
Its most elaborate form and Is supplied
with wind by 11 bellows. The drones
Vi , [t not are nil fixed on one stock and have
keys which ure' played by the wrist ol
the right hand. The re'eels are soft and
the tones very sweet and melodious,
and there is 11 linrniiuiinus liass which
and Britt. They never were the chain- is very effective iii the bands of a good
pious iii the lightweight division or player. The' Irish Instrument Is fnst
any oilier division.    Even the defeat
dying out.
The bagpipe, though lit nne time fair
ly common, never iilituiniil a linn hold
of McGovern by Corbetl  was al   126
.,     ,.   .,       ly coniniiiii, never obtained n linn hold
pounds, tour pounds over the feather   ,��� 1,.UKla|1(l    ��� ,og( 1;lviir !ln<1 BMduil.
limit, for which they were supposed ,y (1���1(.ril���.;l,(.,i until it is now practically extinct The average Englishman   neither   appreciates  nor   under
I, 0. O F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. S. J. May,
N. G.;   W. C. Coatham, Rec-Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first, and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S, Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman. ��
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourlh Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
X p. 111., While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same'
time ami place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. B. B. Stinch-
combe;, Pies., II. Disney, Secretary.
te-  fight.
in the go wiili Briii they billed the
battle iis having the champion tag go staiuis it.   A famous poet Irreverently
with it.   Bul 11 takes something more nnce compared its notes to "the shrill
than ihree sheets written ln personal Bcr' >'  "f  "   1:,m"  &��oae  '���|ulKllt iM
,      . corn," while another heretic writer lik
ink  io make champions. ,       ... ,        , ,
,     , ens its sound tee a "horrible, noisy, nun!
cans is the champion tor ihe- bem Iris,���llim.. M t0 ������. crlea of ������, "Pt(.r
of all reasons���he won the title, and, imUy tormented."   To the Irish people
as  every  one  knows who  knows any- |j  appeals   more  strongly.    They still
thing about  ring matters, he can beat possess In a degree the feeling of nt-
Wlth ease auy and all of the aspirants, tai'liment to the bagpipe which  ls so
for It.    No one knows    better than general  among Scotsmen.    But  it Is
- Meels the Fourth Friday in the
nioni.li  at   8 o'clock, In the small
hall,   Oddfellows'    block.      Visiting
brethren are cordially In-lted te> attend. .1. B. Kiishlon, C. It.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
tbi'se' saiiie aspirants thai Cans holds
them safe,
Thai is the reason���and not his
color���they refuse to meet him.
This is no teiiii for Cans.    For one,
undoubtedly more closely associated
with Scotland, both In the highlands
and lowlands, than with any other
country, the particular instrument In
use beliu the great highland bagpipe,
which, ns already explained, consists
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
ui s p. ni. in the Oddfellows' Hall,
Visiiing Brethren are conllal.v in-
vtted to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec
1 regret, always did regret, thai a of three drones, Including the big
nigger could beal a while man. 1 elon't drone, which was added nbout the belike- Cans, and  1  like his manager, Al Binning of the last, century.    It is this
Harford, less.    Both have been fakirs type which ttUtH.   super 1.-.1
of the worst kind. But you can't go
behind the returns. You've got to tell
the truth.
the lowland pipe. There is no doubt
that the bagpipe was in use in Scotland from a very early period, and lt
is in Scotland that it has been brought
at s o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend.    J.  S.  Bryson. B. ('.;  .1. Mel).
Campbell, Sec
Cans has to be on the level. It's to the highest degree of perfection, its
his only salvation, He knows that the music distinctly connects it with Scot-
only way be- can live is to fight and land, as ls clear In the pibroch, the
i;."h, Btralgbt   And when he fights as strathspey,  the reel,  the march and
,.   ,       ,   .         ,           ,.   ,,���,,, other    popular    melodies.     There   are
Cans  can   light,   lies  got   evciv   light- ^ ^ |Mtrom(mt  wag (.uU1.
weight that ever sprawled through the yated   ,n  Kcotllln,,  <vr{aMs   ln  tho
ropes  looking  silly���McAuliffe,   Erne, twelfth century nnd  of its  universal
.lack O'Brien (the former Jack), even popularity as early as the fifteenth een-
the greal Lavigne.
If Nelson or his cagy manager, No-
Inn, wani us to lake off our hats to
I In- Dane as a champion, there Is one
sure way to accomplish that object���
tight  Gans.
After thnt  battle  there will  be 111
Uiry. while in the seventeenth century
nearly every town In the highlands and
lowlands boasted of its piper.���London
Inveterate, organic mistrust Is always
th" result of bud education or Ignorance.���linym ond.
CAMP, 191.��� Meets on the Firsl and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K. of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; .1. J. Forrester, Rec Sec,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Wesl minster Board of Trade meets in Ihe
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Qiinrtt'.ly meetings on tho second
Wednesday' of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. in.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White, Sec.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory,
1 OAL���Coal lands may   be   pur-
1 iit $m pi ���   icre  for soft coal
and  $20  for   anthracite,     Nol   more
1-0 acres can 1"- acquired by one
iual or company.     Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton oi 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gi
QUARTZ���-Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain  entry  [or  a  mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance, 11 $7,50
per annum for an individual, and from
?50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate S 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.
Tlie claim shall lie recorded witliiil I
fifteen days if ocated within ten 0Hl\ti\
of a mining recorder's office, one additional   day  allowed   for   every   ad
ditional  ten mill's  or  fraction.     The
fee for recording a claim is $5-
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to 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
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
Thc patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2V1 per cent, of the sales
of thc products of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
Eeet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
' to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding IOOO feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon 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 sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from 1000 to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if thc claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the 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
ijcct to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
mi the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge fur each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river;
leased, Royalty at the rate of two'
ami a half per cent, collected on the
output   .liter  it   exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in tbe 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 1
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
tst day of August in the year of the
date of the  lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from I
the date of the lease, and one dredge
fur each live miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,'
but the same miner may hold any;
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claim-
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee eef $j. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same neck, gulch or river, by
��� giving notice and  paying a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   lias   been
; 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
I defined absolutely by having a survey
made  anil  publishing  notices  in  the.
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiatcd Do-
minion Lands In Manitoba, the North-1
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Eor
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the pros-
pector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area nol exceeding f'40
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector al the rate of
Ji an acre, and ihc remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, uSo acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified bj/Order in Council.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister of the  Interior.
Dept. Interior.
nopsis   of  Canadian  Northwest
Any even numbered section of Do-,
minion Lands ;- Manitoba c. the
Ntirtliwest Provinces, excepting 8 and
26, not reserved, may be homestcaii. 1
by any person who is the sole head oi
a family, or any male OVer 18 yearn
of age, to thc 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 application to the Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, thc Commissioner of
Immigration, Winnipeg or the local
agent receive authority for some one
to make entry for him.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of thc land in
each year for three years.
(2) if the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of tlie homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his liomc-
steael, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
J. H. Todd
Dealer ln
Pianos, Organs,
Piano Players,
Columbia   Gramaphones and  Ktecords,
Zithers, etc.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Collin.bin  Sireet.
P.nll   1"* wrttp fnr nrlees.
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
Headquarters tor PACIFIC Coast
GROWN Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now in stock ready
for distribution; au~ your merchant
for thcni In waked iiicl<<'t��. If lie
does not handle them we will prepay
to your nearest postofflce, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $1.00 to Introduce them.
Large stock or HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring trade.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation  or  inspection.
Let me price your list before placing your order. Greenhouse Plants,
Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Fruit
Package's, Fertilizers, etc Catalogue
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,   B.  C.
Railway Company
Atlantic Express leaves daily at
Li.40; has first-class sleepers und
Tourists earn   for   Toronto   every
Monday ati'l    Friday;    tor    Montreal
every Wednesday unit Saturday.
Seattle train leaves daily at s.UO.
For turthei  particulars apply to
C. V. K, Agent.
New Westminster,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dally I NEW I    Daily
Leave'1 WESTMINSTER Arrive
muiium Hiaiii.', Belling 5T00 pm
4:25 pialuim.     Bulling B:20 pm
ton,   Mt.   Ver
iion,     Everett,
Seattle        and
4:36pm Spokane,      St, 3:00 pm
|Paul     md    all
points East.
ti.L'ei amlAnacortes,        13:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
Rock port.
8:00 pni Vancouver 9:20 am
9:20 pro |4:35 pm
Route of the Famous
2���D.-.ily Overland Trains���2
Spokane'. St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, DUluth, Chicago, St.
Louis  ami  all   points  East.
I'm- complete information
rales, berth reservation, etc.,
cull on or nddress,
'���'. '"'. giuTita, Agent,
Bunk of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, B. C
S. 0. YF.RKKS. A. O. P.   \ .
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest and best ideas
and LUXURY, lt is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, thc mosl
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call  on or write
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Northern Pacific!
*         1
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates,
QuickTime Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European peiints.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, ll. C,
Portland, Ore A. G. P. A.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
British Columbia  Coast Line
(Subject  to change  without    notlce.4
VICTORIA-Si:.M 1 I.l-.   1; ������
Princess Beati Ice D
I.e-.ivi'.-i Porl Townsend L_S p, n..
Leaves Victoria 9 p.m.
Arrive Seattle '.1 a.m,
Leave Seattle u.30 a.m.
Arrive  Port Tows.-ml   1..8U UOon.
Arrive Vieloria 3.30 p.m.
S. S. Princess Vieloria.
Leave Vancouvi r  1  p. in.
Leave Victoria 1 a. m.
STR. CllAU.Vih.11.
Leaves Victoria, 1 a. va., ruesdayi
and Fridays,
Leaves New Westminster, v a. m
Wednesdays and Saturdays. ''
Calling t��t .Maynean d Stevcstun,
S.S. Joan leaves .Nanaimo aniiv  ,.,.
i'1'Pi  Saturday nnd Sunday, at ? aj_
Sal unlay  S a.  m.
Leaves   Vancouver   dally,   except
Saturday and Sunday, at 1.30 p.m.
Saturday L'.ljO p, in.
S. S. Queen City.
Leave Victoria 11 p, m. 1st, li'th
and 20th of each month for Ahoti - t
and way points.
Leave Victoria 10th of each month
for Quatslno and way points,
Leave Victoria 20th of each month
for Cape Senil  and  way piiinis it
ing Quatslno.
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves New Westminster every
Additional trip leaves New Wi ������
minster 6 s. m. Sunday.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 n. in. Friday 6 a. m. .vi-
ditional trip Sa urday ii p, m.
Steamer  Beaver.
Leave  New   Westminster  8  a,  m,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
Leave Chilliwack 7 n. 111. Tuesdays,
Thursdays   and   Sal 1 days    csDllng   at
landing   between   New   We   n 1  lei
and Chllllwack.
S.   S.  Tees.
Leave's Vancouver at 2 p, m. 2nd
and   16th  of  each  month  calling fit
Skidegate on first trip and Bella C0O1
la on second trip. *
Times on arrivals nnd departure
are approximate.
For Tickets, reservations and information call on or addrei -
.1. W. TROCP,
General Superintendent, Victoria,
F.. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
Gen. Agemt, Freight Dept.,
.New Westmlnsti
Agent, .New  Westmln
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all tin- principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc, address
Assistant Ceii'l  Passenger anil Ticket
Agent, 186 Ailams St., Chicago, 111.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short  Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains   in   tlie   service   on   any!
railroad  in  the  world  thai  equal  in
equipment  that of the Chicago, Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on tbei' Sleepers .ire longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
II. S. ROW.E. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Shepparc. Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points cast, west and south to Ross-
lanil, Nelson and intermediate points,
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 points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  daily for  Republic,
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Leave Day Train Arrive
0.20 a.m Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
General Passenger Agent
Trains & Steamers
Leave- N,w Westminster 15.40
Arrive' N'e-w  Westminster 11.35
Lv. New Wei'. . B.30; ar. St.
Lv. Seattle 10; ar. New Wi     -    10,
Lv. New West. l".::.". and !7 15.
Ar .New Wi'si. 9.35 and 16.40.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 u. m.
Lv. N. w. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 1 p.m.
Lv. N. w. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 1.20 p.m.; ar. N, W.
V., W. ,fc Y���VANCOUVER.
Lv. N. W. ;; p.in. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouvei- s.:i."i a.m., and  1 I1 "'���
Lv. N.  W. '.i.JO 11.111.;  ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon  2.40 p.m.;   ar.  N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
l.v. .New We... 5.50 a.m., '���
and hourlv until 11 p.m.. wilh half
hourly between 12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Sal urday halt-hourly noon to 11 p.m.
Sunday hourly S a.m. to 11 p.m.;
wilh half-hourly bet. noon and 7 p.rn.
l.v. Vancouver same time thn
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld, 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th.. Bat., 7 a.m.
From N, W. Tu., Th., Sat.       '
From Chwk.-Sun.. We'd., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. daily, ex, Sun., 2.15 p.m.
From Mi. Lehman, 7 a.m.
From N. W. daily, ex. Sun., 2 p.m>
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Sleveslon, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 B.HI.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Saturday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.      Reccivi"l,
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00 p.m. 6.45 p..m
Sap'n & Millslde...l0.00 p.m. 6.45 p.m.
Vancouver 1tl.00p.in. 9.00 am.
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. s.-irm.m.   8.30p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.80 a.m.   -l''m-
Victoria lfWOa.m. 10.00 s.m.
Lust. Burnaby..  ..  l.irMi.m.    1.16p.m.
Steveston,  etc.... 1.80p.m. 10.30a.m.
East, via C.P.lt... 3.00p.m. 12.00 ni
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.. 3.00p.m. 12.00m
Vim. & Burnaby.. 8.30p.m.   6.00p.ta.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mai.
express    and   freight    connect   with
stages at Cnrcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Mackinnon Bldg.,
Vancouver,  B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1906.
t5/\lm vJ
Our Big Sale of Geo. A. Collard's Stock of up-to-date Clothing and Gent's Furnishings continues for two weeks longer and to
fully place our prices before you, we mark all our goods in plain figures.
You divide by two and get any article in the entire place for HALF PRICE.
Men s Suits
All of Collard's $26.00 Suits; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price..
AU of Collard's $20.00 Suits; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price..
All of Collard's $10.00 Suits; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price..
All of Collard's  $9.00 Suits; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price..
$ 6.00
$ 4.50
Look at   This for Overcoats
All of Collard's $18.00 Overcoats Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $9.00
All of Collard's $15.00 Overcoats Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $7.50
All of Collard's   $7.50 Overcoats Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $3.00
Men s Waterproofs
All of Collard's $i."i.iiu Waterproofs; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Prici
All of Collard's $10.00 Waterproofs; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Prlci
All of Collard's   $5.00 Waterproofs;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price
Men s T
All of Collard's $6.00 Trousers; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $3.00
All of Collard's $5.00 Trousers;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $2.50
All of Collard's $l.un Trousers; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $2.00
All of Collard's $2.00 Trousers; Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $1.00
We have an Immense line of these Trousers in all sizes and patterns.      only   one    pair   of   these
Trousers sold 10 each Customer.
QS��fl_S_?Sa*_3_Bffl_��Bi__^ 5
Mothers Look   at These Boy s Suits
All of Collard's $7.50 Suits for Boys;  Westmlnstei  Clothing Ca's Price $::.T."
All of Collard's $6.00 Suits for lines;   West minster Clothing Co.'s Price $3.00
All of Collard's $3.50 Suits for Boys;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s Price $1.75
Cjent s   Furnisnmgs
This line was ihe special favorite of Mr. Collard and was selected in the easl  with the greatest care,
We   will  make  the  biggest  ems   here ever heard of.
Men's While Cambric  Nightshirts, Collard's prices $1.26;   Westmlnstei  Clothing Co.'s price    55c
Men's Mob' Skin (all sizesi Shirts, Collard's price Tr.e; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    35c
Men's Black Sailne Shins (besl  value), Collard's price $1.00;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price 50c
Men's Negligee (English flannel), Shirts, Collard's price $Lun; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price ..  ..   50c
Men's Galeta  British Standard Shirts, Collard's price $1.00; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    50c
Men's  Heavy Woollen Top Shirts, Collard's price' $1.76;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price 75c
Men's latesl   style Over Shins, Collard's price $1.25; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    50c
Men's Heavy  Wool  Underwear, Collard's price $2.60; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price $1.25
Men's Natural Wool Underwear, Collard's price $2.."i(i;   Westminster Clothing Co.'s price $1,50
Men's Odd Shirts, Collard's price $1.00;   Westminster Clothing Co.'s price 45c
Men's Cotton  Hose,  Collard's  price 15c;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price      7c
M-n's Wool Sox, Collard's price 25c:  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price 2 pairs for   25c
Men's Suspenders, Collard's price 50c;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    25c
M'-n's Suspenders,  Collard's  price 35c;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    15c
Men's Neckwear  (Ties), Collard's price 35c; Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    15c
Men's 4-ply  Linen Collars, Collard's price 20c;  Westminster Clothing Co.'s price    10c
Flannelette Blankets, regular $1.25 for    75c
Blankets 5-lb. gray, regular $8.50, tor $1.65
Men's   Cambric   Handkerchiefs, regular luc; for.
Men's Coat Springs, regular 15c: for	
sm��mm^^mmmm~mmrr^rwffbir3^ ���mm9ffi&ms*mB&-xmtt3B!K^*3&mBEa
Columbia Street, Next Royal Bank of Canada.
Mail Orders at same Prices.   Mention Daily News and we pay Expressa .v.
New Westminster, B. C
olicltors, etc. Of-
:������ .. w \\" tminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lome Btreets.
Vancouvi r, rooms 21 to 24, 115 Gran-
.1 isi pii Martin, K. C, J.
- it, w. U-. McQuarrle, ll. A.
1 Mr.  Martin wiln   ha In tha
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
time !s mm
U.0WAY, KKI1) & BOWES, Harris-
" ters, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Wi tminster. .1. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
Whiteside & edmonds, Barns-
"   ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia   streel.   New   Westminster.
W, .1. Whiteside, ll. L. Edmonds.
Mil- .' P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
"* '.or uf the su] reme court, unices
Canadian Bank of Commerce build
Ing, Columbia Btreet, opposite post
office New Westminster, Money ie'
By  First Class Man   il Years Experience���London,, England, Australia and Canada,
Late of Trorey's.
Columbia Street,       Next Tram Office
Sperm Whale Captured.
Victoria, March 29.���Captain Bai-
eolin, of the Sechart whaling station
on the West Coast of this island, re-
celved a telegram today slating that
.1 sperm whale had been captured by
the Orion, and towed into the slalion.
This huge animal is estimated to
weigh 100 tons, and is said to I"' the
lirst of its speeies seen, except in Ihe|
Arctic regions.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotch and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
Spring stock now In.    .Make your
ability. In 1902, al the instance of
the Parkhurst society, a raid was
P'lLTU IHO flH Dfll IPC I1K"'<- on a disreputable resort known
IJL'llK   JUu   UN   rULlUL as the Mauret House; but the descent
  of the officers had been tipped off to
Fake Confession of Plot to Assassinate
Dr.  Parkhurst  Puzzles  the
the inmates, and they all evaded arrest. The Parkhurst society accused
Sergt. Shiels of acquainting ihe proprietress of the place of the Intended
  raid.    The officer was suspended from
New York. March 29.���Gotham has the force for a few months pending
had many sensational police exposures, his trial, but at the awing he corn-
but the recent fake confessions of pletely exonerated himself and was re-
two thugs to the effect that they had   instated without loss of grade.
Transfer Co. Dress in Reason
(Jeorqe B, MARTIN, Barrister and
~ Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzle Btreets, Now West-
���nu      , 11 c
There  is a  new  lot  of
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia bt.
Baggage delivered   promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
office 'Phone 185.      Barn '-���none m
The latest Mitchell's tasnum plates
have arrived.
So have our spring stock ot nigh-
class suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, broadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact wo can supply all your sartorial  wants.
J. N. Aitchison,
Columbia street.
been hired by members of the police
force to assassinate Dr. Charles H.
Parkhurst, caused more of a commotion in ministerial and official municipal circles than anything in the
memory of the present generation.
What actuated the culprits to accuse'
themselves falsely of being involved
in such a dastardly plot is beyond the
apprehension of the detectives detailed on the case. 1
The alleged conspiracy was disclosed to District Attorney Jerome In his
office by L. Rogers and Richard Wilson, disreputable characters, whom
the district attorney thought capable
of any deed of violence.    Their story
J. HENLEYtefinKisftr iron Works
H. M0REY & CO.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
-rPl, 113. Office, Eighth Street,
,n  New Westminster
iif^tW complete SPROTTSHAW
,  * in the City.     Spring
''  Sis arriving daily.
Ornamental Iron Work, including
Fences, dates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
District Attorney Jerome, after ]
weighing the alleged confessions of
Rogers and Wilson, filed a criminal
complaint charging conspiracy to commit murder against the self-accused
culprits and Shiels and Phelan,
Rogers and Wilson were taken before
Magistrate Wahle of the Tombs court,
where they repeated their statements
in the form of affidavits. Warrants
were Issued for the two police officers, and they were placed under
arrest. The preliminary hearing was
set for the next day.
The following morning, before being taken to court, Rogers and Wil-
was to the effect i they had been \ son made another confession. They
approached by Sergeanl John Shiels declared their former statements were
and Policeman Phelan, of the west absolutely untrue; that they had never
on,. Hundredth Btreet station, and of-1 spoken to either of the accused offered $600 to make' awny with Dr.| A��ers, and that there had heen no plot
I'arkhui-st. The crooks said they to assassinate Dr. Parkhurst.
agreed to undertake the commission instead of being arraigned us con-
of the crime, and they narrated how spirators, the thugs were held on the
they and the officers conspired to con-; charge of perjury, ror Inning sworn;
summate the bloody deed. to  the false statement  before Magls-
Dr. Parkhurst was to have been trute Wahle, and the Implicated po-j
waylaid at night and beaten to death. llcemen were released and restored
with a club; if possible, he was to be to.duty on,the force,
lured hy some scheme to the territory \ inlls term of imprisonment will
patrolled by Phelan, where the reform-1 he- the punishment inflicted on Rogers1
ei's fate could be effectually sealed ana> Wilson; hut this consequence���
and his murderers allowed to escape, goes not satisfy the department detec-
A day  or two after concocting thejtives.    They want to know the motive
conspiracy Rogers and Wilson began]that aotuated these disreputable char-j
actors ln their attempt to ruin the
characters of two old-time members
of the force.
 New Westminster,
f. O. 474.
A1��o; complete line of room
^Wmgsand piate rails.
Siv!?eiPainler  and   Decorator
1Xth St., Columbian Block
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman ami OrcR-jr, Shorthand.      Telegraphy   anil   BnjAMOABg
(Civil, Marine nnd Stationary) Courses.
TllIC I1KST of courses, the HLM ut
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
U. .1. Sl'ROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SnUVnN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
Feed, Sale and Livery
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
Cor. 8th and Carnarvon Sts. Phone 250.
to realize the enormity of their contemplated action. The Idea of killing
11 man as prominent as Dr. Parkhurst
worried them. Finally they weakened. Then they feared that as soon as
Shiels and Phelan became aware that
the  plot   would   not  he   carried  Into
Nothing for Edna,
gun Francisco, March 2S.���The state
execution the officers would trump up! supreme court has rendered what
some felony charge against their! practically ls a final decision lu the
powerless co-conspirators by which celebrated Dunsmuir estate case. An
the latter would be railroaded into I order of the superior court which pre-
the penitentiary for a long term of, vented the distribution of the estate
years. This apprehension Induced the-of Millionaire Alexander Dunsmuir is
two thugs to make a clean breast of; annulled, and the probate of the will,
the whole affair to the district attor-J which left the bulk of the property to
uey, ln the hope that he would show; his brother, James Dunsmuir, wlll
them mercy and protect them from j now be completed. Under this latest;
the machinations of their uniformed'decision of the supreme court Edna
confederates. Wallace Hopper and other claimants
Such wns the story.   An extraneous  wlll  not receive    the    share  ot the
circumstance lent to It a color of prob-'estate for which they have contended.
Enter   Place   in    Broad   Daylight   and
Flash  Revolvers���Escape in
Kerkhoff, Russia. March 29.���An
outrage more daring that the one on
the Credit Mutual Bank at Moscow,
recently, was the attempt made in
broad daylight today to rob the Volga
Kommo Bank, by several college hoys.
The youthful desperadoes walked into the bank with customers of the instil ut ion, and ordered everybody to
hold up their hands at the point of
revolvers. Some of the employees fled
in panic, but one cool-headed clerk attracted the attention of the guards
outside, who immediately barred the
entrances to the bunk. The students,
finding themselves trapped, smashed
the windows, jumped out to the street,
and attempted to escape under cover
of revolver fire. One policeman was
mortally wounded. Four of the would-
be robbers were captured.
Save  Oyster Juice.
Tens of thousands of gallons of
oyster juice are thrown away every
year in the United Stales���a most remarkably circumstance, when lt is
considered that ihis fluid, if concentrated and put up in cans like clam
juice, would afford u nourishing and
delicious food, desirable for table use
and particularly suitable for invalids.
Some day an enterprising manufacturer will take hold of the Idea and
Utilize it in a commercial way, Meanwhile, any housewife can put 1111 concentrated oyster juice on her own account., if she chooses. All that she
needs to do Is to strain it through
cheesecloth in order to free It from
Impurities, boil it down to the requisite
density, and put It up hot In crockery
jars that have been previously sterilized by boiling them.
Put up in this way, a fluid with a
delicious oyster flavor, which could be
used as soup, would be available at
all seasons, inasmuch as, if properly
prepared, It would last indefinitely
without deterioration. Nothing could
possibly be more digestible or more
wholesome. As a food product, lt
would doubtless rival the clam juice
which is now put up for market on a,
huge scale In cans and jars. A curious
Use of clam juice, hy the way, is made
by topers, who find that a cupful of
It enables them to drink more liquor
without showing; the effects than the>'|
otherwise could.
Settlers    Stream    Into   Saskatchewan
From the United States Day
and Night.
.Moose Jaw, Sask, March 26.���The
i stream  of  settlers, with carloads of
effects, is flowing fast into Saskatche-
! wan and Alberta by way of the Soo,
1 line.   Every village, town and district
along the Soo Hue, and along the C.
j P. R. west from Moose Jaw, as well
! as the Prince Albert branch Is receiving its quota of settlers.   The C. P. R.
officials  at  Moose Jaw     have    their
hands full to keep the line clear.   Yesterday the train from the south was
In three sections, which means three
train loads of new arrivals.
So far there has been no congestion
on the Canadian side of the line.
Rumors are current, however, that all
1 is not well in the States, from
' whence settlers are coming. It Is
rumored also that there is considerable delay at Portal In passing effects
through the customs office. It would
appear that extra officials should be
sent 1 here1 at once to assist in the
work. Delay of cars with settlers' effects, live stock, etc., is not only annoying, but. somewhat expensive to
new settlers.
Every elny iields to the numbers who
arrive in Moose Jaw; many to remain
In the city or district. Every habitable house is occupied, and already
new buildings are being rapidly constructed, lltislness men are
locating here, until every room for
stores or offices is occupied, and contracts made to rent new offices as
soon as builelings are erected.
Moose Jaw ls the only point west
of Winnipeg to the Rocky Mountains
which has direct communication with
! the States. American capitalists are
following the thousands of settlers
who are coming in by the Soo line to
\ occupy the lands, and, as Moose Jaw
Is- practically the port of entry, and
the natural distributing point for Saskatchewan, they are Investing here,
with the purpose of establishing distributing houses.
Real estate ts rising rapidly In price.
Last year city property almost doubled
In value, and it looks as If It would
again double this year. The rise In
value of outlying districts of the city
has surprised the oldest citizens.
m a
If You Take
Any Stock....
it having \.'���e best goods at the lowest  possible Pric* ~*~*A  to you
in the txast possible wav, vou will do your business with our stores.
| This  is o-jr boast, that we do a little better than our wmpeti-
f ton la this way. Give us s call and we will show you.
T. S.  ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. W. Oitchrist, Mgr.
Complain That Officers Give Them Too Much Hard and
Unpleasant Work to Do���Indians and
Chinese   Take   Their
I Houses and Lots
B *
B In Every Section of the City. I
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V One acre, five acre at: 'en   acre blocks   In    city z.zit  sutmroan   �����,<
X Had 1*
I Farm  Uoids ot ail kii.i1* aatd    descriptions located   w;-.L.-_   "      *
f ni.es of tne city. 1
{ See us Lelore gcttBge. sew Here.    We cat se'.I  as iow '.: not \0~U   H
���fc than any other Real Mate Dealer. R
V Send for list o! nouses, lot s and farms. H
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'86   Co'umbia   Street.
J.   S.   ERY
Hardman & Bryson
Practical Sanitarians
Est ��� ....--���-.
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NEW   Wl - .    ' VA
BON ���
iteh ���
The   Canadian    Pacific   Navigation
..    ������ ��� aing to dis-
.-rike oe
nands and whe:. -   came
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A  chat  wiih    ibe  strikers.    Bn
faci  thai
'.hiLt.  thej   are beiag imposed on  by
Beers   On    kcii   .   a ni   -
and down    ���������.������ .. con-
- ���    trucking    and
:-y consider
���hey have ; .       n the
wharves they hart  _oa<, ajj tba;  can
I tl '������..-.  xhat
��� -. -       -_ -   - L .-
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some tlistance from the wharves
they say they are no;  going U    .
any more.
The  officers  of  thi
they have not  glvei men
more -work to do lha:.
-������ L  There  an -
��her�� there are not  the  ;.
������eeE incotv-::;���:;:  '.��� I    '���
3eny   mos'
���   .a  a_>   -a.
��� ck hands. The d        ...
:...-������     ecu
that   -.- - '��     lentil        ad   the
men  feel   kind   Ol
in cxinsequence.
The   ���'.��� ..-���-.-   s   -
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Today's   Market  Report
Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of folicies r. ��  to foi 5-- ������   I
Amount of Assets, -     -       s ���
This Is a coi I era, lor ]
I      ;eT6.
OIK Mi'i
Possible Ontlaj
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S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
Today's  market   '
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T. Daiies tl
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3   Gray of the .-
The Marvellous Healer
Edward Olney
-.-.bo havi    nf n      -��� en   or
know:. effect  upon
-    -
.  -  --��� a man-
iputaieii by a master of the art, have
liule  idea  how  quickly  disea*e    and
overcome  bj  -beat   laws of
:. -.'���'- ng
iecture    at
- I  hall  a'   t o'clock.
_  - ��� ���   i.- -. ��� i  j<mn ts ol    ta
Aflinitnon   10c.   Healing   at  the   hall
free.  Offlci ;.- .-:    Colonial
Contuitation free. Belter call at once.
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Record   The,,   a::-��.::-
the  ~i:t  Robert T
H i
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f oil
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In the line ol       -
for the
��� let - ~-
I -
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- -        ;iork.
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... f Langley ]
J. E t the S
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roots, a ''
t 23 cents a i
ers were then
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Now is lhe Season to Buy
etting one now
Woad>_tt. Brotkville and
Whitman S Barnes Mies
full Double Corner
Two-Storey House
n Third Avenue, go        tuatioi
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It v.      ���     .
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Fir.ar.Ta^. Insarai   -  J. I ���      I
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Is This What
You Want?
Lots an        I    - - -  '-.'.  .-
and run; 6 roomed   '
! A Special Clearance
I of Children s and     \
I Misses' Coats j
50 Spring Jackets, which we place on sale as a %
Saturday Special, and which will make quick j5,
selling, coming as it does in the j roper wear-1
ing season. , #      j
Ihree special prices \
I At $1.50
An assortment containing all sizes in Children's I
and Misses' I loats, regularvalues $3.00 to$5.00 J;
Saturday's price each $1.50 \
| At $2.75
re ran^. _      .
iii rt ���'..   ���' .   .- ^""M shades,     i:- \ ilar 8
s of tl i_ . t, 3.75 to 7.50. ;jj
Saturday's price each $2.75 :
A largi      .     ' Children's and   Missi \
and short Jackets, all good sha'
3.75 to 7.50.
I At $4.75
�� Misses' Spr ' . Coi tsin popularsha - - I
iJ all sizes represented in the a     tment.   1:-  ��� \
% ular       ��� ��� 5.75 to 9.00.   The lot tocli \
I Saturday's price $4.75 |
jJ; See Our   Small Show Window. 9
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On car    i
k l WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
People  oi  Tows   -s.t   Confidence
Et:-.-.- T ~-s i-: =;s   Es-
Pikhing Season is now in  and
we  have  m  enir  new  stock of tishing
tackle.    We will be   able  to  give  you
just what you want.     We always try '
to keep  up to date  in all our lines. ,
Give us a call.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.        Sign���Man on WheeL
Peculiar Accident.
Bristol, Tenn.. March 29.���Andrew
White, aged M, a man of family, met
death in a peculiar way near Bristol
By accident his injcket-knife cut Into
bin leg. ^verlnx aa artery. He sank
In the road while e_deavoring to return to his home pear by, and was
dead when found.
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���      tl       ���:.-
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���;o:i to duty,
his   chi ���  ��� -;-".-ition.
esteem and sin-
���    -     -        -'��� ���..-    stall    and
-. whom he hae; left the im-
f Bla i      - character.    Be
t esteem 1
ml ers ol ooi -. u hlng staff who
feel in his removal  'ntn   have loot
friend.    W��.- extend to his widow and
children our he.u Ufelt    syrapalbj    In
their sorrow n-nl Irnil that 'he:   will
be   sustainevd   en t   oomf.irted   '.���>   ibe
Kriend   tht'.   sticketh  closer  than  a
-er," and that a copy of this resolution bt fent to his family."
K. O. Cam field was appointed principal of the Vest Side school and an
arrangement U Mat made to s'jpplv
hit place temporari'v.
A commit!-* was appolnte.1 to Investigate the tieri'i of school desks1
with a view to obtaining a much needed supply. The accounts for the month
were passed and routine business
i transacted. A movement was taken towards making regular attendance at
��� school compulsory.
Holds Lucky Number.
W. A. Dashwood Jones, of the Coun-
Assessor's   office,   received     word
from Vancouver this moraine that he
held the winning ticket  in  the Grand
.National   Sweepstake,   worth   IS2S.IKI.
Acetic Silver was the winning horse,
with Red Lad as second. The winning
ticket was purchased at J. Gamon's
cigar store.
D.  &.  Curtis
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ltd got ii
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-  ��� ere not Tt
mn   i
li   - -
t Port Hood       -    ie
. ��� ���
���   ���. v stores and 1
re being i saw
-���      ��� a be ta i rantng or-
I '.he tram
line vri right dcrwn the
���A  Por.   II ���
���.iii maie direct conr.'.-..^ w. :.
R .^ejr.iing faci-
".���-'��������� - ..      -   -  - .
her thing is affording the
M,��,��.,-..   m,jch   satisfaction   is
'he fact the C. P. fi. ���as promis-
-. to a
- the I i-n.
p. :-.    -
ay,   expi
-  -TL- - -
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held tor years.
Here i
Obstruct* Str-��-..
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t - - . eeta I
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al etweea the
;   T-    -���--..   Upon   heearint:
f Mclnto-D
T .    - .        -
��� ���-   .  i -     notil
rem - sti    I   I
Una ot (I      .:.:
Operat'on  Kills  Attress.
...-jr    fort       afarc-        ���Gee rg -
...  -a ;
ing th-    - 'eminine role o'
-   -.an"  died  in  a  hospital   today
- .- - ���,- - .'ion  for  Bp| ess-
diet- -.
is a
Home for
Small Money
15 acres rich, black,
loam land, three acres
cleared and cultivated.
Fruit trees and strawberries. Four roomed
house. Large barn.
All for only
Terms Ver." Easy.
Real    Estate   Brokers.
R&C-S  1   and  2.  Dupcnt  Blk.
Telephone    170.
Hello!    Hello!!    Hello!!!
We're calling up even" Man on this line.
We want to tell about our new Spring and Summer Suits, Top (.'cats. Trousers, Hats, Neckwear.
Shirts, Underwear, etc, etc. We've Clothes and
Toggery of great merit.    We've���
n't leave the | b ne yet!
We've everything for clothing Men. Boys and
Children correctly and at moderate prices.
We've the best of everything in our line and we
guarantee your satisfaction for every dollar you leave
with us.
Hello! Hello!!   You say you'll be in for a look?
All right.   We're at vour sen-ice anv dav.
H. L. DeBECK ~
Knocks at your door, not only once, but every time you read our advertisement.
property Is cominc to the front, and in our opinion prices of land fronting
on the lake will shortly take a jump ���It will pay you to see us at once on
this matter. We can put you wise.
Practical Piano Tuner
Prices Moderate
ADDRESS    EAST    BURNABY    P.    0.
Watchmaker and ,	
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through  knowledge of the   \^^_   ^Sl��   _L_P_Tc_i_L-)e^^_r
, business in England with 10 years  ex- *"^
, perience.    Later was 7 years  manager
! of the watch  repairing  department of
Savage,   Lyman    &    Co.,    Montreal.
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
B. C. Land
Ellard Block,
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.   New Westminster,   - - -   B. C
All cleared, fenced and underdrained. magnificent strawberry land, about 4
miles from New Westminster on good road. Telephone, e'.ectric light and
power  facilities.
fronting on Burnaby Lake, and Hasting Road, all slashed and seeded down
to grass, ditched on both sides.
The Farm Land Specialists.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
Take notice that the Great West
Packing Company Limited have deposited plans and application for the
erection of a wharf on the Fraser
River, British Columbia, on the foreshore of Section 12 and Fractional
Section 13, Block 3, North Range 7,
Dated  at  New  Westminster, B.  C.
this 15th March. 1908.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
Cars will be run to Vancouver on
Saturday Half Hourly Beginning at
10.30 a.m., as well as numerous


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