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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 44.
NEW WESTMINSTER, 15. ('., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK.
Militia   Withdrawn  From
TELEPHONES WORK
AND CARS OPERATE
IN SAN FRANCISCO
CASH SUBCRIPT10NS    PEOPLE OF DISTRICT
CONTRIBUTE SUPPLIES
Orderly Camp for Refugees Is Established and Applicants for Shelter Are Rapidly Decreasing in Number
���Health Authorities Take Precautions Against Disease���Arrangements for Rebuilding Proceed.
sa,, Francisco, Cal., April 25.���
are <i,,i��-tiiik ilowa In S;m Pranclsco ami ���li the militia men wot
withdrawn from the .sir,',',.-, yesterday.
T, l. phone communications with
Oakland have been re-established and
will i"' resumed in the undestroyed
portion nf the city In a few days.
The bell railroad is now operating
around the waterfront ,,,,,1 all sons
eliel supplies arc being distributed
ihere.
The electric Ugh, powers were Btarted ..,, East streel lasi aighl and these
lights will be extended t��� thr wharves
an I  railway.
Schools  Destroyed.
An official list  of the conditions of
chool   buildings   throughoul   the
bows thai 25 buildings were ut-
destroyed and thai  I1 were par-
damaged,     .Many  of  these   will
bav, 'n be pulled .i..v. n,
Doctors  Busy.
- on General Grand of the ','. S.
Army   bas   taken   possession    of  the
. r   grammar   school   in    Page
��� ��� tor the I"-!,..fit of the slch peo
: the park who will be removed
.'   place    for  cure    an.l  shelter.
There is floor space for 300 patients.
... nl'  200  physicians  ami   sur-
Is now making a house to house
Investigation    nf   sanitary   conditions
orders oi' ihe health commission.
Insurance  Losses.
:..   are   107   companies   lo   share
Sm Francisqo insurance lo  ,. This
estimated  by  the local  agent
a, between 1175,000,000 an,I $200,000,-
000 im, .New York sends word thai ,1,..
insurance  men   there   think   the   loss
will  no,  exceed  $125. ,   Chicago's
loss was $125,000,000 ami ihree companies defaulted to ihe a,,,,,,mi of
$86,000,000.
Tlie loss in Baltimore was paid in
full. I, amounted ,,, $86,01 ���.
Train   Service   Resumed.
Train service on the Southern Pacific coasl division between this city
inui Los Angelos, via San .lose will he
resumed today. Service will also be resumed between San .lose ami Santa
Cruz, Monterey, Salinas, San I.,iis
Obispo, etc,
Gathering   the   Refugees.
San Francisco, Cal., April 25.���Con-
ditlons a, tl," Presidio are being rapidly reduce.I to ��� systematic to,si?-.
Within a day or so a model camp will
have ire,, pul in opera,ion. Preparations are being mad.- to gather together all ,1,.. refugees within one Immense tented city. Th" model city will
he located jus, will,in the Union siree,
entrance of tl,.. Presidio, it will be
provided with streets and sewers anil
will be constantly patrolled, order and
sanitary conditions will he preserved
as nearly as possible. Ths food supply
will l.e regulated. Hereafter the various commodities will 1,.. distributed
fro,,, tenl to tent,
Abuse of Food.
li has been definitely ascertained bj
the commissary ami other departmi nts
thai   there has  been  great   alius.,  nf
tree food ami clothing privileges.
Whole families have >,.-.-ri accustomed
to Btand in Iim- several times each day
carrying away with them Supplies ol
food large enough to last for several
days.
Camp   Reduced.
During the pasl :��� w days thous, a I
of people have lefl the reservation having found homes with friends in this
city or gone to Oakland or other
places. The authorities estimate thai
the number of campers in the grounds
have now I,.-en reduced to less than
8, i. A tew days ago over 30,000 people were there. Excess tents will be
taken io other camps throughout the
ciiy and distributed, in a tew days
tentage suHicieni io house 160,000 people will  i���. distributed.
Plans for  Rebuilding.
Oakland, Cal., April 24.���The Iir.
underwriters of San Francisco an.l
vicinity yesterday held a meeting in
this city as a result of which a com-:
mini'.' was appointed to confer with
a like ...mmii'e.. from the architects
and builders of San Francisco to make
preparations tor tie.' beginning of San
Francisco rebuilding,
More  Bodies Found.
San Francisco, Cal., April -a.���The
bodies of three men ami one woman
were found among lhe ruins in the
burned district yesterday. One of Ihem.
which is identified as that of John
Ilin.T was found at Eighteenth ami
Kentucky streets, nines met death by
drowning. The others are unidentified,
Bions     ir>.,;���
Mayor  VV.   li.  Keary     15.00
Uderman George Adams   10.00
Allien,,an F. \V. Howay   10.00
Alder,,,an VV. V. DavieB   10,00
Airier,nan Joseph Ileal, y    l'j.Oo
Alderman J. B, Jardine     10.00
Alderman   Alex.   Garretl      I'i.uo
IJ.  S.  C'urlis     10.00
Thomas  I.,  ilriggs     in.on
,'. Ii. Sword   10.00
J. I). Taylor    10.00
it. O.  Howe     1,,.on
.P.In,   Peck   	
.1.  A.   I.e.-   	
II. Harvey 	
W. G.  McQuarrle   	
A.  VV.   .McLeod	
m. h. McQuarrle 	
.,. vv. Mcintosh  	
I!.   .1.   Hickman    	
���I. Chappel   	
S.-.1. Peorce 	
Robt. Kennedy 	
w. A. Duncan 	
I'.  Kowl.r   	
W. .1.  Walker  	
John   Koster   	
John Reid   	
II.   More;.-	
Rev, A. Shihlrick  	
.1.  I'.   Maxwell   	
John   Power   	
!,.   McDonald   	
I,,.,,,,
10.00
In.un
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5.00
:,.,���,
5,00
5.00
.-.on
5.00
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5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
2.50
2.00
$687.60
GAS  COMPANY'S   LIST.
New Westminster Gss Co $1".0"
W. E. Brown   ::.���"
-Mrs.  W.  E.  Brown     2.00
A.  Petersen    2.00
C.   M.lin      2.00
I., wi    W. Henderson    2.00
IJ.   Bergman     2.00
$23.00
WOMEN PATRONIZE
PUGILISTIC SHOW
STEAfIR IROQUOIS MINERS BUILD ROAD
BLOCKS NAVIGATION       TO PITT LAKE CLAIM
FATHER OF VICTIM
KILLS BLACK BRUTE
tnkes  Head  of  Dyke    at  Sault  Ste.   settle   Capitalists   Will   Actively   De-
Marie   and   Sinks   in
Channel.
Saull Ste. Marl,-, On,., April 2.".���The
uner Iroquois of the St. Lawrence
"'I  Chicago  Steam  Navigation  coni-
uiy  of  Toronto,  down    bound    and
ai,, lade,,, struck at head of dyke
ii   ah,������   10:30    last    nlghl,    swung
ways and sunk, completely block-
navigation    of all steamers  here
ine midnight.
I'   Is  in,possible  to  say   when    the
' 'am,. 1  will  be  (dear.
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NON-UNION   MEN   WORK.
Commence  Operations in the Colliery
at  Hazclton.
Ih'Z'H',,,,  I'a., April 2.V   The  Hazel-
" colliery ���r ihe Lehigh Valley ,',������-
mi.    uf   lhe   largesl   of   lhe   ills
'lil'1. was pul In partial operation yes
''i'i.,.,  bj  ���  fore., of non-union men
1'"", ihis ciiy and other pli s.
Tho men are housed and fed within
enclosure  surrounding the  mine.
velop   Promising   Molybdenum  Property.
The party of Seattle capitalists who
left here aboul two weeks ago to develop their mines al the head of Pitt
lake are making good progress and
have already constructed ahout six
miles of road along the trail that leads
to the mine about thirty miles up the
mountain,
As soon as the road is completed
the ml,,.' will he developed ami from
present Indications It will he a paying
venture, as the mineral, molybdenum,
a rare element of the chromuin, group,
is verj expensive ami rarely found in
paying  quantities.
The Seattle ���,��� ��� hav such confidence in their property ihat they refuse i" sell ������y oi' their siock ami recently refused an Oiler made hy Mr.
Vachon of the Windsor hotel lo lake
OVOT   a   couple     of   Hums;,ml     dollars'
word, of stock i��� the company.
Texas Farmer,    With    Assistance    of
Posse. Avenges His Outraged   Daughter.
Grosback, Texas, April 25.���While
being conveyed to jail in the custody
of two officers, :, negro whom, i, is alleged, assaulted tie. ,laugh,er of .1. A.
Eastland, a farmer of Deli,,, at an
early hour yesterday morning, was
lake,, Iron, the officers hy a posse of
citizens and held until the arrival of
the girl's father.
When Eastland rode up he ordered
ths crowd to Btand back ami emptied
both barrels of his sho,-gun, loaded
wiih buckshot, in,o the negro, killing
bin, Instantly,
OakWOOdB, Texas. April 2.V A 1.",
..ear old negro boy was lynched early
today lo seven imu win, took hlm
Iron, the custory of the officers,
The negro imri entered the home of
a Widow near town, lie WUS caught
an.l fully Identified ami was awaiting
transportation to the county seat.
Jeffries   and   Other   Famous   Fighters
Take  Part  in    Benefit at
Los Angeles.
Los Angeles. Cal., April 2"..���A boxing tournament, participated in by
many of tbe leading pugilists of the
country and attended by 2,000 persons,
nearly half of them women, was given
at lb.- Pacific Athletic club last nigh,
for the benefit of the San Francisco
earthquake sufferers and netted $-1.-
500.
.lames .1. Jeffries, the retired heavyweight champion of the world, went
two rounds each wilh Jack Root and
Dan Long. Hauling Nelson l.oxe.l four
las, rounds with Eddie Robinson, and
Aurelio Herrera who is to meel Nelson May ii for the lightweight championship, boxed the same number of
rounds with his brother Ma,,,,,. Tommy  Burns, who defeated  Marvin  Hart
for ,he world's lienvyw. igh, championship recently in this city, fought
tour rounds with George Blake a local heavyweight. Kid Herman, of Chicago, who will meet Jimmy Britt l,..,-..
en May   I, boxed  four rounds with  Ah.
Attell, ,1," world's featherweight champion.
.John Crean 	
Nels  N'.lson   	
Adams & Dean  	
A. E. Hand 	
V.   S.   Collister   	
G.    0.    Hon,ilier    	
Reichenbach   Co..   Ltd	
Wm. Johnson  	
.1.  E.  Phillips   	
Herbert   Gilley   	
H. C. Cigar Factory 	
Gilley   Bros	
T.  li. Smith   	
U.  A.   Henderson   	
Rev.   V,'.   II.   Marlill   	
I'.   B.   Lyle   	
Hon.  W.  Norman   Hole  	
Anonymous	
Hardman ami  Hryson  	
W. E. Fales  	
II. T. Kirk   	
Anderson & Lusby 	
Whit, Miles & Edmonds 	
.1.  A. Montgomery   	
Thos. Gifford, M. P. P	
II. A.  Ens, man   	
C. A.  Welsh   	
Hoi,.,-, Buckland  	
M.   Sinclair   	
D. Murchle   	
���Ins.   C.   Armstrong   	
K. .1.  Hart  &  Co	
s. ii. Thompson  	
Capt. Ackerman   	
Frank S. De Gray  	
Malins  and  Coulthard  	
Dr.   Drew   	
Geo.  Scott   	
Al.-x.  Matheson   	
M.   Monk   	
Jas.  McKay    ."	
Mrs. F. W.  Howay  	
A. Swanson   	
Clii.f .1. H. Watson  	
Geo.   Scott    	
Vanstone Heating   &   Plnihg. Co,
.lohn Sir.wart Elgin 	
II. L. DeBeck  	
Belyea .v Co	
Thos.   .MomI,ray    	
w. C, Chamberlain 	
w. e. Brown  	
It. II. Benson 	
E. Sl ride   	
.1.  P.  H.  Hole   	
Westminster  Tfr.  Co	
CITY HALL LIST. DAILY   NEWS  LIST.
Ciiy of New We8tmlns>er $250.001 Dall)   News Hub. Co., Ltd $25.,m
Royal   City   Mills      100.00   Dr. A. .1. Holmes    25.00
.Major & Pearson    30.00  T. S. Annandale    20,l���,
Wesi  End  Methodists      26.00 Daily News Staff  15.0"
g.  D.  Brymner      2r,.���o Lady Friends   ILOO
Thorn   ,'iiue,   for   Chinese   Mis-               Dr. and Mis. E. D. Sawyer  10.00
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  10.0,1
  10,1.1
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  10.00
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  10.00
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  10.00
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  6.00
  6.00
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  5.00
.... 5.00
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  6.00
  5.00
  5.00
.... r,.0o
  5.00
  5.00
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  5.00
  5.00
  5.00
  6.00
  5.00
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  5.00
  5.00
  5.00
  5.01,
  5.00
  5.00
  5.00
Generously Assist Citizens   Committee  in  the   Work   of
Furnishing Relief for San Francisco   Sufferers    Further Shipments to
Be   Made.
One car of supplies and in all proba-. Sawyer and Jos, Reichenbach were ap-
billty   tWO   cars   will   he   in   readiness   pointed   a   committee   ,n   vl daces
to follow the first car sent in aid ot where men are employed and endeavor
the sufferers from the recent earth-1 to persuade them to fall in line with
quake, Friday or Saturday next, was the the suggestion to devote a day's pay
information given at the meeting of to the relief tun,]. Carried
the citizens nllef committee in the Messrs. Thompson k Co., the livery
hoard of trade rooms last nigh,. Re- Stable propri, s, offered il,.. comports were received to the effect that mitt..e tin nse of a horse with which
the townspeople of Chilliwack have fal- to make their rounds ami the offer
l.n in line  with the  relief scheme and  was thankfully accepted.
have announced that a car of potatoes _      _, ,
Benefit by Firemen
will be forwarded to this city at  once
Chlel  Watson reported with r,   ird
to the proposed Firemen's benefit cen
to be reshipped to the scene of the dis-
aster.    The C. P. N. boats operating
...,  the river  have agr 1  lo bring in   '"'''  :""'   5tated !h:" ;' fl��t-class  pro-
all  supplies  free to this city.  Clover-  f"'i'""""  h;"'  been Prepared  and that
dale has fallen in line and promised
a hundred dollars' worth of potatoes
and also a supply of butter. Coulter
& Berry of the Langley Creamery'
have already sent up sixty pounds of
butter and have promised that potatoes ami oilier supplies will immediately he for,boon,ing from thai "district. The Westminster creamery has
undertaken the task of canning all
butter in readiness for reshlpment.
It has lie..,, decided to make the popu-
the lious... Mayor Kearj had be,
Vited to occupj ;h,. chair ind hi l
agreed to do bo if he were obi,. A,
present he has sickness in his family
which is causing considerable anxiety.
F. Glover was unanimously appointed
io act as an alternate o. Ids worship,
the mayor.
Money in Sight.
W. Ladner has promised two tons of     On  ace,.,,,,, of the unavoidab -
potatoes   ami   the' contribution   from  sence of Alderman Howay Dr. E. D.
Ladner  will   in  all   probability   be  a  Sawyer was asked to act as secretary
la,''
one.
Promptness  Urged.
...on
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5.00
5.00
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2.5o
2.50
2.50
2.50
1, was moved by F. Glover, seconded
by Dr. E. D. Sawyer, lha, Mr. .McKenzle communicate with Langley.
Chilliwack and Mission and ascertain
win,, hi,,,..,' may he expected and urge
the donors to ship it. as soon as possible in order tha, no delay may be
experienced in connection with the repacking.    Carried.
li was moved by C. A. Welsh and
seconded by W. It. Gilley ibat ,'ie
third car he shipped to the governor
of the state for distribution among
those outside of San Francisco as there
might he need.   Carrier!.
Further Canvass.
After    some  discussion    Dr.
of the meeting. The financial report.
Showed Hun mi.,,"' in Bight Irom the
Duilys News' subscription ,vas in the
neighborhood of $708, fre,,, the city
ball, to da,.. $694; from Rev. A. .1.
Brace, for reproduction of "l'l,.' Temple of Fame." $25; Gas Works company, $211.
Bungling of Orders.
The chairman, W. E. Vanst, .... reported ihni through misunderstanding
the   last   car  hail   been   laid   over  at
Blaine on account of s,.���,e bungling
of orders, and that steps had her',,
taken to avoid n possible recurrence.
Those present were; MessTS. Vanstone. McKenzle, Adams. Welsh, Gilley, Gross,,,an, Reichenbach, Armstrong, Wats,,,,, Sawyer. Henderson,
E. D.  Averil and Gardner.
A.   E.   White     2.5.,
Mclnnes &  Kerr     2.60
T. A. Muir    2.50
D.   E.   MacKenzie     2.50
Emerson Dry Dock    2.00
II. Kyall     2.00
D.   Grossman      2.00
.1. G. Can,,,,,     2.001
A. .1. Blrtch    2.00
W.   E.   Sinclair     2.00
Falk and Se.-by     2.0,,.
Wm.   Turnbull     2.00
.!.  Carter  Smith     2.00
Wilson  Edmonds    2.00;
Lady  Friends     2.00
Hollbrook   Hotel     2.00
M.x.  Hell     2.00
.1. .1.  McKay  ,��  Co  2.00
With Scythes and Axes
Peasants Attack Guards
Alt'.
G.   W.   Higgs   ...
i,.   I,.   Bourke   ���
Joe ouol   	
Fred I.. Hacking
2.0,,
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.01,
Thos
Freeman        2.01,
Armed Force is Ready
To Meet the Strikers
I'aris,   April   -.-..-According   to   a The police will endeavor to localize
"'moiiii'.ai   statement   made   by   a "��' manifestation to the Place de la
'"���* fa, man  of the prefect ore of R0P"bllaue which       ���:,���    -      -������
':''" today, the military and police
" prepared to meet every eventual-
''���' ""  May   I.  lie said lhe police can-
"isb shows that 80,000 men have stop-
' ' '   work,  of   which   number  lbe  dls-
ortlorlj, element does not ex, ,1 20,000.
ABolnsl thla can be mussed 48,000 to
'"���'""I troops, namely 20,(100 Inl'anlry;
0,000 cavalry; ami lo.ooo to 16,000
Republican guard,, and police with
''"'ge additional reserves.
enire, and l��� the vicinity of lbe labor exchange. This will prevent the
manifestations from gaining lhe een
ire of Paris or gelling wesl of I lie
Place De La Concorde inlo Ihe residential sections of the Champs Elysee
or   Hussy.
II   Ih expected  that   (he strength    of
the  military and  polios win  readily
cable then,  lo confine the disorderly
element   wllhln   th I   easier,,   sections,
thus  reducing the demonstration   to|
Isolated   affairs   which   shouhl    easily
be controlled.
The police are convinced tha, there
ls no danger of a lack of food supplies
owing lo the strike In the provisions
trades, Tbey declare that the dealers
ln provisions nre reaping ��� harvest by
Bpreadlng alarmist reports. The poller,
nre in favor of closing Ihe stores altogether.
In conclusion the official of the prefecture stated thai the situation, while
serious, does not warrant It being represented as Iraglc. The pointers have
decided lo slop work May 1 and to remain out until Ihey are granted an
elghl hour day ami a weekly holiday.
BENEFIT TONIGHT.
Programme   Arranged   by   Firemen   Is
One of Choice Variety.
Tin. entertainment in the opera
h.nise under the auspices of the local
lire   depart,I,en,    lonlghl    promises   lo
be one of ths besl events of the bbb-
��������,, The programme arranged wlll he
Varied enough to sail everyone ami
will   embrace    some    good     wrestling
bouts, Highland dancing, ami vocal
���,���i instrumental numbers,
The vocal numbers wlll be contributed   by   Messrs.   Slew:,,Is,,,,.   Itohl,   and
Owens, Tbe famous Highland quartette will furnish the dancing numbers,
in ii,.. unavoidable absence  of   ills
Worship Mayor Keary, the chair will
be occupied by F. Glover who will give
an  address  at   the  outlet.
The wrestling bouts win be between
Wise and A. Macdonald and T. Cunningham and (!. Macdonald. The prize
will be awarded (o the besl Iwo In
throe. The boys are In excellent shape
and a  first  class series of contests Is
assurred. Fred Lynch has promised I"
act as referiA
E.  W. Cook     1.50
Saknan fi .loin,son   1.00
ll. ll. MoKenzie   1.00
Mrs. T. ii. Lay   1.00
E. E. Broad   1.00
W.   Mcltac     1.00
.1.   C.  Cornish     I.oo
<i.   Burdette     loo
Mrs.   Ankers      i.oo
.1.   E.   Drown     I.oo
.1.    Viniiig      I.oo'
.1.   M.   Kenny     I.oo
V  McDonald     Loo
II. II. McKenzle    LOO
E. L. Webber   1.00
A   Frhn,|     1.00
Mrs.   Kolas     Loo
Cash    1.00
S.  .I.  Davison     1.00
W. N. Carly    LOO
ii. Dorer   1.00
H. 0, I'urd.v  1.00
Alex.   Speck      1.00
.1. K. Merchant     1.00
A. Vachon    1.00
Geo,    Vernon       1.00
Harry  ZUCCherO    1.00
Verona, Kussia. April 25.���Information received here today from the village of Dletwitza where lt was announced yesterday that Cossacks killed l'J and wounded 60 persons in suppressing disorders, shows that tbe
trouble arose when the peasants attempted to take some grain from the
municipal stores. The guards protested and finally one of them shot a pregnant woman, whereupon the peasants
of the surrounding villages assembled
will, scy'lhes and axes. Tbe guards
fired repeated volleys at tbe peasants
killing eleven men. Cossacks finally
can,., up lo support the guards and
the  peasants  were driven off.
I,isi,ini Novogorod, Russia, Apr.I  25
���Agrarian troubles have commenced
in this province ,,,,,1 troops hale be, ���
summoned from Y/aroslav I" suppress
the disturbances.
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Cloudy and Cool.
Victoria, April 26.���Yesterday's light
rains hav been general throughout
the Pacific Slope I'i'",,, ihis I" California and high BOUtherlj winds have occurred on the Washington coast. On
the coasl t��� the northward the wea-
iher is fine ami local showers are reported in portions of Alberta.
Forecasts for 36 hours ending 5 p.
,���. Thursdaj on ihe Lower Mainland:
Moderate easterly and southerly
Winds, mostlj cloud) ami cool with
showers.
$511.50
Mi-Gill  Examinations.
Montreal,  April 24.���Tho ri'sults of j
the faculty of  science    examinations I
nt   Mogih   were   announced   today.
Among those who will receive degrees
00 Friday are: D. C. Livingston, Corfield, B, C, and O. E. Cole, Phoenix,
B. C, both In mining engineering.
CELEBRATE MAY DAY
The chairman of the May Day celebration com-
mittee has called a public meeting tt) be held in the
Board of Trade room, city hall, on Friday evening,
commencing at 8 o'clock.
The business of the meeting will be to make arrangements for the annual celebration to be held
some time next month.
For the past 45 years the citizens of the Royal
City have observed May Day and in this they have a
record that probably beats that of any other city in
Canada.
It is the intention of the promoters of the 1!)06
celebration to conduct it on a more elaborate scale
than has been attempted heretofore and an earnest
endeavor will be made on Friday evening to arouse a
strong public interest.
The chairman states that the report in the Columbian of yesterday to the effect that it had been
decided not to hold a celebration this year is untrue.
1
:������ 7V THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 19|
06,
,
m
CORONER EfTIMATES
EARTIpAKE VICTIMS
Believes  the   Nu.   ber  of Dead  in   San
Franciscc   Will Exceed
. DOO.
Sherry, T.
Bl inelse.  (Baby.)
Stol, George.
Sherman,   Lillian.
Sullivan, D. T., fire chief, died from
injuries  11 celved.
Tsgg irt, Dr. Chas. F.. of Loa An-
-
Tilden, 11. C. (shot by guards April
FIRE LOSSES WILL
REACH 5250,000,000
Insurance   Men     Declare     They
Meet All Claims in San
Francisco.
Will
Van Slyck, Mary.
V in S, Icht, F.
W'-ird. Julia.
Whalen, Annie.
Webster, Annie.
Weir, .lohn.
Zinke,  Paul.
Unidentified  women, 10.
Unidentlfie I   men, Ki.
Caidentified children, 6.
Unidentified Chinese, 6.
Uni    aUfled sex, 21.
 o	
San Francisco \pril U.���Coroner
WllMoni Walsh est.mates thai ,:. ��� ,
number of dead w .11 not be less than
1,1,(1,1. llis report; are complete and
his estimate i, made up fr-in all the
data he has been able ,o collect,
Coroner Walsh said:
"Bodies that the deputy coroners
bn.- found and burled dumber about
:: .o. as follows; Al Polk and Ray
.streets,    32;   at   Portsmouth     Square.
2:;; al Washington Square, 12; at the
Six Mile House, 200; al Laurel Hill,
2::; scattered iu different pans of the
city, lo.
'No thorough search has been made
of the district south of Market or the
Chines,, quarter. Many lives mus, have
|..en lost In these sections. South Ol
Mar),.-,   street  are
houses, md many of these collapsed
from the earthquake.   There ls llti].-   PB.OOO.WO'.
chance that half of the Inmates of the Sixty people are hon,.less In BrlBtol
buildings had opportunity to escape, in consequence of the recent disastrous
This   is  also  true  of  Chinatown.        j lire,  in     which  all   their    belongings
"Slmrily after the earthquake sol- were lost
fliers and police, so I have been told. While mo,or cycling near Rugby, Dr.
buried bodies found along the water Pearce, of [lumbers,one asylum, Lei-
no,n. I have received no official re- cester, collided with a cart, the wheels
por| ol these. The total number of nt which passed over him. He died on
dead will undoubtedly reach, if it does the way to the hospital.
Bi
ENGLISH   NEWS   NOTES.
islol   has   promised    ��30,000
Oakland, Cal., April 25.���State Insurance Commissioner Wolfe announced yi iterday thai nearly all ihe large
insurance companies would be able to
mar...  satisfactory  adjustments of thej
loss.'.- caused    by the    San Francisco'
fire. He estimated that lbe amount for
which   Ihe  companies  are  liable  will |
probably reach $260,000,000.
Commissioner Wolfe says he hopes
the authorities of San Francisco will
now grant the hitherto unanswered appeal of the fire insurance companies j
for an auxiliary salt waler system on
twin p.aks, one of the highest points
lo-  on the range of bills back of San Fran-
Rertnie's Seeds
at Half Price and Less
B. X Mills, Timber and
���
Trading Company
rids the endowment  of a  university.   Cisco.   He  suggest.-.1  that   wide streets
A bill has been promoted in parlla- be laid oul in rebuilding the city, the
ment fnr the construction of an "outer demonstration, having been made that
cheap lodging 'circle" electric railway between Felt- fifes  are  more  easily  confined   when
ham     and   Wesl   Han,   at     .,   cosl   of the  thoroughfares  ���,'.���  broad.
not e_( eed,  1,000."
Office  to  Reorganize.
The     coroner's   office   will     be   re-
.. ganlzed and a morgue wlll be opened in a vacant store in Hayes Valley.
Heiieceforth all burials will be made
in  lbe cemeteries,  and the usual  reports   will   be   made   to   the   coroner
;.nd an opportunity given for Identlfl-
C  tlon.    The bodies which were buried
iu     Portsmouth     ami     Washington
squares  and   near  the  corner  of  Hay
ami  Polk streets will be exhumed and
an attempt made to identify them be-
tor    reburial  in  tbe  cemeteries.    Al
10  o'clock  yesterday   morning thirty-
three   bodies   were   taken   oul   at   Hay
and  Poll, streets.
lu tbe Valencia Hotel fourteen
bodies were recovered ami fif>y-six
others are believed to have perished
in the ruins. A partial list of the 'l'l
follows;
Anderson.  Charles.
Allen,an.
Barrel,. Fannie \V.
Hock, Wm,
11 urge,  F.  O.
Butler, Anna.
Buc ilukl,  F.
Brodenlt,   Pat.
Bodemelle, Frank.
Bow..n, George  A.
Bird.  O.
Bordwell, Frank.
'Brannan,  Henry.
Brown, George.
Broderlck, Robert.
Lyon.
M'Curran, Mrs.
Carrlck, Wm.
New  York,  April  24.���The    Tribune
today -ays:
There was much talk in the
financial district of ihis city yesterday
,,, the effect thai several American
fire insurance companies would have
to go out of business on account of
their losses by the San Francisco conflagration. Up to the close ���f business, however, no company had admitted inability lo pay losses, and
officials of some of the companies
ture qmen of Spain, shall henceforth | menti0ned dn the reports as being crip-
be styled her royal highness. ]j!l{1 (1,.f.iare(i tnat the losses would he
Sir .lohn Brunner, who celebrated pald in ful] aml ,���.��� ,h(, companies
his six:;.-fourlh birthday recently, is v.f)U,(1 gQ on u was s.li(, that ln
looked upon as one of the commer- 8evera] cas(.s )ho stockholders would
clal kings of the house of commons.| make  up  the deficiencies by assess-
.Margaret  Hartley, an invalid septuo-   mentg,
generlan of Preston, fell into the fire,      officials of some of the fire  lnsur-
ami before her neighbors could render ��� |n(.,.     compaIjies   were     talking  about
raisng rates, but there was no definite
King    Edward has    ordained    that
Princess   Ena  of  Battenburg,  the  ru-
assistance was  burnt   to  death.
A laborer, Of Billlnghurst, was
killed while trying to board a moving
train al Horsham station. He wa.s
carrying a toy engine for one of his
children.
The gross debt of the London county
council  now amounts to     ��73,777,982,
and  another
b,
movement to such an end siarted.
Fin- insurance officials in this city
received many dispatches from their
agents in San Francisco yesterday,
bul (br. messages did nol give much
Information regarding the losses. The
belief seemed to be gaining ground,
��25,000,000 is likely to ilmV(.v,,r, lhat ,h(. insurance losses
added to II In view of the schemes   would not rcach ,h(, hlgn ,.s,ima,es 0f
Cooper, J.  K.
Crowder, ten i
Conway, J. E.
Curran, Emily.   (Child.)
Delucchi, Mattl.
Delucchin, Dominico.
Debl ,������..,'.  Mrs.  M.
Delaranelli, F. ll.
Dolovan   Mary.
Enger   oi   Engeu,  Louis S.
Fay.  M irth ,.
Fenner, Max.
Gallagher, .loseph.
Getle, or Gelz.  , Male.)
Green  George,
Gross, Mi -. i Sulci le.,
Guy, G.
Heaslip, Mrs. Mu o.
Hustle. , m de ,
Slestle, N. F.
Hansen, Henry  A. R.
Higglns,
Houston, A. (Body supposed to be.)
Isshids (Japanese.)
.lohn,   .Mr.
Johnleff, Mrs,
Johnson ,child.,
Ilcnps,on,   W.   N.
k ., afield.
Krouser,  Rudolph,
Kroull. (Male.)
Londei.
now in hand. |ast    wcek;    and   probably   would    be
It is announced that King Alfonso below $125,000,000.
will arrive off Cowes in his yacht A��� the records nf tne San Francisco
aboui April 27 to visit Princess Henry ���������,,.���. ,]av,ng bee��� (leslrov(,,L Th(.
oi Battenburg and Princess Ena. Dur- Equitabiei and the New York nnd
Ing his stay Hie king will live on the Ml,..,.,, Ule insurance companies have
yacht. .,   large   force  of  men   at   the   home
London accorded a mosi enthusias- offices copying the duplicate records.
tic welcome to the 600 Japanese They will be sent west al the earliest
sailors who fought under Admiral possible moment.
Togo luring the, Russo-Japanese war. None of ihe companies has any In-
The sailors came to England to take dlcation as to just what their death
two large batleshlps to Japan which ;.... es will be. It Is understood the
vt launched in the British ship- proofs of death will be simplified as
yards. much as possible, so that the beneficla-
The    London   county    council   will   ries who need ihe money may gel  i;
possibly    apply   to   'parliament   next   with the least  possible delay.
season for powers to establish a serv-      All the big life insurance companies,
Ice ol   motor cars and  within a  year  l:   is aid, have extended the time for
possibly   the   metropolis  will   have  a   payment   of  premiums  on  San   Fran-
VEGETABLE   SEEDS. Tomato, extra early, large medl.
urn early, or small preserving,
Five-cent Packages of any of the ^^ ���.^ fm,   20c
following  Seeds  for    2'/2c Tllnll|,S| whlte table, yellow or
Asparagus, large   white,   ounc- taMe Bwede, ounce 15c for 10e
20e, for  10c Tnmip, large    field Swede    or
Beans, Bush, yellow pod, green ^ feeding, lb 35c, for .25c
pod or Lima, lb 35c for...18c w.i',(,nlK.i,m, early large, ounce
Beets, early round or long, blood ^  fo_   10c
ounce 20c, for 10c gage, broad leaf, ounce 25c, for
Cabbage first early, second early ' 15c
or main crop, ounce 30c, for 15c Bumme-    Savory.      ounce    25c,
Cauliflower,    standard,     ounce fo_   15c
$1.50,  for    75c
Carrots,  large white,  for  stock. GRASS    SEED.
���4 Hi. 25c, for  15c For    Lawns,    with    or    without
c.leiy, early    fall    or    winter, Dutch Clover, lb. 35c, for..2��o
ounce fiOc, for    30c NASTURTIUM.
Citron, preserving,   ounci    20c, ^ njni|iin^ or 1)warf ounM
for  'UQ .,,���.   for  ioc
Corn, table, extra early, medium
early or late, lb   35c, tor..18c FLOWER    SEEDS.
Corn, for popping, lb. 30c, for15c Five-Cent   Packages   of   any  "f
Cress (Pepporgrass), ounce 20c, tl)l, following varieties for 2\ 2z
for   10c Alyssum, Sweel Larkspur
Cucumber,    pickling   or slicing. Antirrhinum  (Snapdragon)
ounce 23c, for  15c Asters, mixed Lobelia, trailing
Kale, curled, ounce 25c, for. .15c Asters, crimson    Marigold
Lettuce,  Butterhead, crisphead, Asters, while     Pansy
cos    (upright),     ounce"   25c gaisam           Petunia
for   15c Balloon  Vine  (Cardiospermum)
Leek, largest, ounce 25c, for 15c Bachelor's Button  (Centurea)
Mangel, large red or yellow, lb. Calllposls     Poppy
2,5c for 20c California Poppy (Eschscholzla)
Musk   Mellon,  green  or  salmon rjanterbur)   Hells   (Campanula'
flesh, ounce 30c, for 15c candytuft     Portulaca
ONION   SEED. Castor Oil n.an (Rlcinus)
Canary Creeper Stocks, ten
Onions, early red, large yellow weeks
or  white,  or  pickling,    ounce william
... Carnation     bweet William
''Op   for  15��
"K'         .,.    . ���    ,K, Coxcomb (Celosia)
Onion Sets, quart 35c, for...25c ^ SaU,;,
Parsley,    curled,     ounce    Ite. ^^   S(,���,,.,   Rimner
frit.  I *JC
,-    f,���. Cypress Vine (Ipomoea)
Parsnips,  lablc  ounce  15<   for ^^ ^ ^^
 ,"""' '.,-,. Dlanthus Pinks (double)
Pepper, scarlet,    Vi ounce    25c ^   ^   Prlmrose   (Oenothera)
f'"'   , ,'",.,! Everlastings                  Verbena
Peas, early dwarf, second earl) .clock (MaTvel oJ PerU)
or   late   marrowfat,   lb   36c m^o\   (Myosotl.)
fY,r  - - IOC
LUI     Qaillardla                         Zinnia
Pumpkin, pie, ounce 20c, for 10c wild Garden
Radish,   early   round,   long   or ^                         Heliotrope
winter   ounce 20c, for  ....10c
wn     '                    . llelianthus  , Sunflower)
Rhubarb, pie, ounce 35c, lor 20c
���-��� Ice Plant
Salsify, oyster plant, ounce 25c, Musk ,,,������, Mimulus)
f'"'    ,'""            '"",',  , Morning Glory   (Convolvulus,
Squash, early marrow or winter, ,,      ,              ,,
1                                                 .. Phlox, Drummonill
"UnCe  2,'C'  f��; ,1.��C Sensitive Plan,   (Mimosa,
Spinach, for greens, ounce 15c (Mourning Bride,
for                            IOC ���
                   .         , Tassel  Flower   (Cacalia)
Sugar Beet, large rose, for cattle, lb.  35c, for    20c SWEET  PEAS.
Tobacco,  large  leaf, ounce  50c, Over 100 sorts mixed, ounce 15c
f���r    30c for    10=
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
\   Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
' Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and FancyJ[Glaj,s.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
|   Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone  12. New Westminster
m
FOR
YOUR
GARDEN
Crushed Bone as
Fertilizer
Produces Big Results
At Prices to Suit the Lightest
Pocket
MARK   SORTS  WANTED, cut out this advertisement, send cash
with order, and you will receive the   Seeds   promptly   free   by   Parcel
Post.
MONEY   REFUNDED  IF  NOT SATISFACTORY
Xa
Amount
I.uml. II
Lonsdale, Alfred,
I is,    I,.
li" ,..
M ironoj
'���1 ('an,,,  Mrs.
Mr Corthy, c
McCarthy, Robt.
McKenzle.
Meyers   .Ins.
Ms Mull.    M.
Mur' lr i,  .lohn.
.Mi.,I..-. (Japanese.)
Nam,, in,  12, C.
Nye, .1. Troppey,
Nlchol i -. Geo.
Nabue,  It.  (( mill.)
.Nun.,,,, Frank.
O'Neil,  Paolo.
< I Noil
O'Brien, Tl, una,.
I'aolonclle.
Ronan.
Reilly.
Ring.
Reece, Mrs. K,
Reiche, Joanna,
Rosenburg,    (Lady.)
Rlordan, Frank.
Sulci,,,dull. (Jap.)
Shlonl, A. uml wife.
Sen,.III.   I,.
Schmert, Henry,
ion, Caroline.
 nlcipal motor-omnibus service,
'i .,>���    Great Central Railway   company's lew line through Middlesex and
South Ducks lo the Chiltern Hills was
I r.n April 2.   Harrow, Sudbury.
Ruisllp,     Denham,   Gerard's     Cros
Beaconsfteld, ami Wycombe will enjoy
dlreci    communication    with the me-
roj oil    ...   England.
A remarkaibl,   egg has i.e. ��� laid by
.' >��� mo��� he,, a' Dagenham, Essex, I,
ideally  a double  egg,  consisting  nf  'wo  separate  egg,   joined  to
' rp by ;, tube,    Ou,   par:
��� :. iii'i.v ol yolk and the other
���solely   of   "while."     I,    weighs   more
'ban   half  a   pound,
A cheque for   L 10,000 made payable
to   ii.. capital fund of King Edward'
.   il (und lias l,. en received bj th,
urer.      The    cheque    was    senl
through   ;,   bank,  with   an   Intimation
thai   th,     donor  desired   to    remain
anonymous.    Since   i'.s inception    in
I (97 King Kd'A .   .    hospital fund has
' .:���  reclpeni of man. substantial
gifts.
Tin   young  Gei m in   P i,   ilei.   wl,,.
.  ���', oxhorl   ��5,   from  .Mr.
Balfour by iln. al .   tated thai ha \
hard up. and had heard thai such a'
tempts oft, ir   a. ceded.   A doctor win.
harl watched bis movemeni    11 ....
i   ' "���  ,.. i onet ki ��� nm mentallj
"'ir. i.  ami  tho couri   only  . i ntenced
him :o a mon,b's Imprisonment
The Bi i;i-.li adtniraltj ha . . ucc, ede I   iron,   ''
in  placing  the   L 10,000,1   policj   to    ta  Ing
ciseo policies for sixty days.
UPPER SUMMER NOTES.
Quite a number of visitoi's arrived
in spend Easter holidays in the valley,
Among them Miss Pearl Ackerman
who returned home accompanied by
Mr. ami Mis. Blair and son of New
VV, siminster.
Miss  He,;,  Faiido,  visited  a,   home
accompanied   hy   Miss   Murle   Peebles,
..:   New  Westminster, Perry Star and.
.lame-. McAdam who have been al tending  college  in   Vancouver.
II. Brooks und Mr. Sully, of Vancouver, wire the gnosis of Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. ,;. Fadden for a tew days,
Mrs. I. I,. Idas, of Eureka, Cal., Is
\ Isltlng relatives on  tho prairie.
The boundary line surveyors nr.'
again camped in ihe neighborhood,
also a  party of railroad  surveyors,
Quite an Interesting ceremony took
I Isc ��� a' ,1,.. hnme of the bride's
mother, Thursday evening April 191 ...
when ihe Rev, Mr. Oswald, of Mi on,
. Angll I Campbell ami Miss Ida
Bowman  in  marriage.
There is considerable plowing ami
sowing of land going on in the neigh
borhood 'his spring as tear ol Igh
water seems small.
Much sorrow Is expressed over 'he
,1, oth ol Mis. Annie C. Bowman, which
' took place recently al their California
. me.     Ii.   ami   M.   Don man   arrived
Iforulo   this   week   ami   are
P. O.
Prov.
Reichenbach Co., ltd.
Wm. Rennie Co. I
i
LIMITED
66 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C.
'Phone 101
wnii iheir brother, W". C.
ris>; in connection wllh 'lie Bowmen. Miss Bowman is also at her
participation of merchantmen In the home. Mrs, Bowman lived here some
naval manoeuvres :,i the end of .lime, yeai before going to California aboul
Although several large marine lusur- two years ago ami her death will bo
���'���,'.. inmpanies held aloof o��� the very generally regretted,
ground thai I," premium of :;.. :,d. j, _. Silverthorne an.l Dr. ll. II.
��� ufflclent, 'l,e majority of the Port wero visitors In the neighbor-
companl, a ami a large number of Lon-  hool recently,
don a:, I  Liverpool underwriters sign-     Frasor Gorlt is building a nice co,.
ea ib.- policy. tag, on bis place at ibe iim'.   ll" has
A���  entirely new principle In  Eng- already  completed  a  custom's  office
llsh   law   Is   laid   down   by   the   Lord   building.
,'i.ancii!, rs' bill io establish b couri  o	
ill    criminal   appeal.     The   effects   of Lighthouse Destroyed.
lhe bill  will  bo lo give a person con-       A   .,.|1.|| ()u Al���.n ^1.- The Bteamer
Vtcted on IndiCl Ut of a criminal Of-    ���.;.,���,.,.,     which     arrived       yesterday
fence an unrestricted rlghl of appeal  rnii||  ,.,���,,. .,   reports thai   the Polni
ReichenbachCompany
limited
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Do you need a Set
or Refund Your
REICHENBACH CO Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Read   Our   Prices
Wky  Pay  ������7
A Full set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
More
$5.00
sl.00
. $5.00
$5.00
50c
$1.00
oi,   all   points,     As   ,hi'   criminal   law
stands at presenl the convicted person's only chance of appeal rests on n
technicality.
Arena lighthouse was destroyed by tbe
e,,rlh,|,,al.e. The vessel, while off
Eureka Wednesday morning, wa
\ er, i.'. shaken. 'I'be ca].i,ii,, thoughl
the vessel 'roi struck bottom, bul
after rn iking i indl in rn ind h��� v."..
In I Ivo fatli "i ��� " . 'i' ��� i IP
\!o hodlsl church tain became alarmed ami changed his
:
Old   Clothes will   be lhe style at   the
Poverty Social on Thursday, 26th, in
',.n.v,,'-.   Avenue
school room.
���... ,��� westward,
Royal City Rsh Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Presfa and Frozen Fish
(iame in Season
Wm deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
fronfc Street,
Next Daily News. New Westminster, B. ,
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.
Bridge Work is 22k.   Guaranteed for 10 y-ar^
AU Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember the Pl��ce
uVer.
407 Hastings St. West, Vancoi
Advertise   in   The   Ne*s WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 25,  1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
! B
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I
Mens' Clothing Dept
LOOK !!
65 Lonely Men's Suits, Regular
$7, $8, $9 and $12, Sizes from 34
to 40, To Clear	
The Suit -  .  $3.85
100 Pair Men's Odd Pants, Our
Usual Good Value $2.00 $2.50 and
$3.00, To Clear	
The Pair -  -  $1.00
SELLING UNDER COST
_.	
Boys* Department
65 only Two Piece Suits, our usual good   $2.00,
$2.50 up to $4.00 Values,  Sale Price
The Suit $1, $1.50 and $2.00
Mothers! Look Over These!
Boys' Department
95 only Boys' Suits, Coats and Pants with Vests
(short pants). Our usual good $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
values���To Clear	
77ie Suit $2, $2.50 and $3.50
Only While They Last.
Only Brownie Suits, $3.50 and $4.00 values, while They Last to Clear
���$ 1 .OO���
105 pairs Boys' Odd Knicker Pants, regular 75 and 85 cent values
To Clear at 50 Cents.
E. PHILLIPS
he Bi
lotting House
��
. THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL
25, 1906.
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LADIES
GENTLEMEN
CHILDREN
-   -   LADIES'   -   -
Black Shoes
As Worn This Season.
$2.25, $3, $3.50, $4,
$4.50 and $5.
The Style that Pleases
-   -   GENTS'   -   -
Black Shoes
Best Choice in the City.
$2.75, $3, $3.50, $4,
$4.50 to $7.
Perfection of Neatness
BZMHKESSaU? Wl? VirfffSXK
*iii.*r,','.'3
rnKt-raat^TCXRH -Houn
W. E. SINCLAIR, Leading Shoe House
i_lffi.>E.yi��WHWf;ftSJ��*^
"STflNiW
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices corner of Sixth and Front
Btreets, New Westminster, B. C.
1 ''', lll;^ll7s    "STARTS LEGAL FIGHT
profits in his pocketbook.
 pTT.u. for copper claims
RAVAGES  OF   PLAGLiE.
Telephones.
Business ofBrc	
Manager's.residence ....
51
Deaths   Are   Numerous     in     Infected   Mrs. Elliott,  Backed by Amalgamated
District of Northern India. Company, Disputes Title to
April   25.-A  serlousl Rich Mines.
plague has occurred
,,���'<,, ���j'.,).ki>r.
WEDNESDAY,  APRIL  25,  1906.
A   GOOD   SIGN.
Whenever the real estate men B-gin
tu gel active, it  Is a good sign thai
something is doing and at no tlm
Westminster's history ha
such a demand tor property as exists
today.    Inquiries   are being
dally   tor   farm   land;-
Lahore,  India
itbrcak ,,f th,
. at Jarmu, In Kashmir, Northern India,
There  have    been    many    victims
,,,: ng  the members    of tbe    Palace
-���  household  and  the    Imperial  service
troops.
Two hundred and eighty five deaths
occurred during the pas'   week.
American Wins.
FATAL   FIRE  AT  SOO.
Body of Joseph S. Hudson Found
Among the Ruins.
Saul, Ste. Marie, Ont., April 'j:;.���An
early morning Bre today was accompanied by a fatality and the most serious property less in the last l.v.,
.'.ears. Knur boarding houses hi the
Wesl End were burned . -id in ,1,"
ruins wa.s found lbe body ot Joseph
S. Hudson, aged 20 years, a b i worker. IL- recently came trom England.
The family of W. Hartford, in whos,
OPEN SWITCH CAUSES
SMASH-UP ON RAILWAY
Passenger    Engine    Crashes     Into    a:
Freight Train on the Grand
Trunk.
W. R. Gilley, 'Hnone !���_���_.
J. R. Gflley, 'Pnone 1-4-1   j
GILLEY BROS.
Phalerum, Greece, April  25.���C.  M.
Daniels, New York'Athletic club, hold-
in er  of  the  world's  championship   100
there been  yards swimming record, won lbe final
be;,, In the Inn metres swimming race
b.-re  today,    Tin,,'  1   ,,,>���.  HI see,  II;,1-
recelved
Valdez, April 24.���A lawsuit which
Involves title to the rlchesl copper
mines   In   the  Copper   Rivor   Vallej
was  lilr.il in the  United Stales .lis,,'ie,
couri   here  last   week.    The  plaintiff
Is  backed  by  representatives  of the house the Bro started, escaped with
Amalgamated   Copper   company, and their lives.
the ease promises to be as importanl      The houses burned wer.' owned by
as  the  famous  Bonanza  sui,.  which  Alex Johnston, W. Hartford, .Mrs.  i\
was   before     this   curl   for     several   Sullivan ami  K.  Waller. The propertj
years. loss is aboul $15,000.
The suit was broughl by [Catherine       	
May    Elllotl    against   the    Hubbard-
Elllotl     ('upper    Mines     Developmenl Treaty With Japan.
elty   property
may, Hungary wa.s Becond, Mealy. Aus- company, which owns ibe well-known     Ottawa, April 24.-��-According in the
S,. Catharines, Ont., April 24.���A,
misplaced switch caused another bail
accident on the Grand Trunk Railway
a, Merriton this after,,,,,,,,, ami it is
surprising thai a lot of people were
���,,, killed. A special train, with 600 or
700 emigrants ,,��� board, was coming
wesi Iron, Niagara Kails al a speed of
over in niil.s ;,��� hour. The line is double tracked ami jusl easl of the station
is a switch connecting the two tracks.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents H. V. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
...run:; rnarrlM
A Ereighl engine, will, a train of emp-i Foreland Lighthouse causes much an-     .1. Wilson Church.
was shot  dearl al  Wo
ty cars, was standing on the opposite xil.tJ.  |,v reason  of landslides of re-  man,
.
lla was iiiini and Derbyshire, Eng- Hubbard  &  Elllotl  properties on  El- correspondence  brought  down   today, W;|S  ,
and suburb;,,, properties, and besl of ian^ was fourth, Hot!   creek,   In   the   Kolsina   country,  the new Anglo-Japanese treaty  which
track Jusl  al  the switch, waiting for Cenl   years.    Another  big easl,  will Bring everclses by volunteers i
th,  emlgranl special to run by.   Tb.'  bappeu    before long,    and lake    big A ball cartridge was Berved
particular  the blank cartridges to tlie rect
alios "
t,n the setUers actually being   In   our
midsi and locating, is certalnlj can;
Ing .,,,1 the torecasl  made some time
ago, thai  the  Royal City was going
to torge ahead.    A singular fact con-  ; -,,-t. and as the amounl ���f bis wealth
crashed inn, ihe middle of Un
Bwltch should have been cloaed bul i, slices away,    in  tact, the
engine portion  has  already  been vailed  off, the Fourth Volunteer batta
freight, and    marued    "dangerous."    Surveys Kssox    regiment.    He  \
lhe complaint alleges thai  by virtue gives Canada the benefll ol the mini- amashlng six or seven cars into splln- ,,iu,, ,������,���  ���,,,,,.   hn,  0f curs,,   the along   a   fool   path  a
of a contract entered Into al Chicago mum  tariff of Japan, was signed in ters, The pagienger ,,1(.ini. ,,,��� ������ ������. changa ol- ;l��� lmi)0rtanl   beacon such of the Bring lit," wi"' "
between the plan,,iff and her husband, Toklo on January 31. If becomes op- ,,..���.��� ���nlU -, ,1(,.n.lv ,,,.���..���,, ,.���, draw. ftg  |h(, Simlh  Foreland  domands the a   blank    oartridge  volley    was '
ll. c Elliott, in 1898, she is entitled eratlve Immediately after the exchange brldge over ,hl. ,���,, WsUand canal ami Btrioteg| consideration charged by the squad.
1 ���' :"i to a ono-halt interest In all property ; of ratifications. Lord   Elgin, colonial thon piunged down t_e bank> The ton. . ���	
icquired by said Elllotl in Alaska, li  secretary, in a communication in the der remained on bhe track   Engineer     I'.arlv   next   month   King   Edward Rivef
cernlng this gteadllj   Increasing real  seemed to br. ,.,��� of all proportion to |���   ,.|;liln,,|   ,-.,,,   ln  consideration  ot foreign offlce, presented  ibe view of T  ,.  CaB0 .,..,, pireman J  T McKen- ��iv'"- ���<��� Btata banquet a,  Buckingham Tide Table     Frasef It
.1. (1
McKay  Swears Off.
McKay struck the city Satur-
the  '
. wife, ��i,''H
volley
values, et,
false presentation of facts employed.
/.ie had  narrow   escapes with    theirI palace fnr the purpose of welcoming
lives.   Beyond   black   eyes   ami   slightly���8   "_"'     >',h"'"   '""'_     l'IUl"       ";
bruises ihe passengers were unlnjur-
Wales   frnm     India,     lhe     Duke   and
nd, One treighl  car    was senl    Hying
Duchess   of Connaughl    from South
estate business is thai ao boom tactics his immeaiate neeas, it" proceetws ,��� BHma uf money paid before the con- the Canadian government thai thlB ex-
have be.-,, used. n..r any padding of illWSl the greater pari of il in the exh- ,..,,., W.|S flrawn and Ihe payment of change should take place al. the ear
no   fake  advertising or Iterating   tluiri   thai   bartenders   push f|llll a(   lhl, lhlll:  ,,   (.   Elllotl  was liesl possible moment.
across the mahogany.    Long   before ,,, ,.,IIIK, j(1 A|.ls-., and  prospecl  for  0	
ini���..   ,   8imday corning dawned, McKay was; ���nd    acquire mining    properties and through the   air across   the   BecondIAfrloa a"10 Central Africa, and Prince
A   natural  demmn     eXIS e,   .   i               ,���  .,  blissful state ot Intoxication, an :1,.,, ,,���, plaintiff was to have an equal British Columbia Railways.           I|(|rk   .im| ,.,,,,,,.t, on ils rlll| h| lhl. wfJ Arthur frnm Japan and fan;,.la.    ll Is  Monday
date  men   pictured   and   told  ot our experience by no means new to him. ._____,_.(,_._   _n   everytWng   s���,.���,,,|.    tl Ottawa, April 24���The sub committee! ier of Waste Weir.                               understood thai  the dinner Will take
As soon as the Mrs, effects en,,,,,,.,,,'- ,, Ba| fll|.|h |h.|t ttumerous claims wer,   to  which was referred    the    British  0  place ths Brsl week in May; thai the Tuesday
ed to wear off, he again navigated to- acquired  it,  tho  Kotslna   country   by Columbia  railway bill,  the Columbia                                                               ministers, the ambassadors,  and  the
wards the i rest hotel, where he ab- EUiott, by location and otherwise, and Southern,   Columbia   and   Kootenay,          ENGLISH  NEWS notes,
smb.,i  another supply.  He remained that they were later transferred to the Kamloops and Yollowhead, containing     A  survivor    of th
For Week Ending April -���
NKW WESTMINSTER
High       !���"*
Dale
Water    �� '"
Time
uatural   facilities   and   resources   In   a
Btraighl forward business-like manner,
and   the  result   naturally   followed, as
ii always dues do, wbeu live men lake
greal   dignitaries  of  the   realm   will 'Wednesday
wreck    of the be present; thai Edward VII. will pro-
I ,,���>'
j in   ,1,1s  happy    condition    uu, 11    last
hold of anything they want to oUspose nlghtj   ���.,���,��� ,,���,   frienaiy   Byo of the ������.���,   company, ., corporation organ- ,,,   construcl   a   30 mile branch lineI foundered recently, who was rescued by j his son, his brother, and his nephew |
of.   The ....tilers arriving here are de-  police fell upon him and be was gatl,-  iz,,|  ������,,,,,. ,h(, ,,1WS ,,r ,,,,, Btata ���,��� 1|||lm lhr .ul1.|ol.ity    t)f .���,_   order-in- the   Ramsgate   smack    Uncle   Dick, fnr their services in representing him' Friday   .
lighted with bhe country ami are eve,  ered  in and  tenderly cared fnr until  Washington.    Hence ibe sul, againsl council, reported io the railway com- speakB of the self-sacrifice Bhown by a In various parts of the en,pin. and ln j
ibe  company  for win,,   the  plaintiff mlttee of ihe house this morning in Dover man   named it,,ber,    cleaver. Japan, and al the same time to confer Saturday
claims are her rights. favor nf retaining  principle.  I'   was, Tbey were aboul i��� pick hi,,, ,,|>, when sn,,,.  formal distinction upon the,,,.
��� o  however, dec d   thai    such   brand  exclaimed, "For God's sal,,, keep      A   ||(,w  ,.|v  he]me(   hag   ,ugj   baBJgunday
ii���"s shall he commenced within two away    or  you    will  be    swamped."
Thomas  Harvey  Drowned.   ,  ���_,__ M_  ,  , pTeyionB to Ibis be
..,.,,  f..,��>,.,< 'his morning, ��l,.n he appeared before
now   ,���   eonimimleallnn   wllh   lllelids ���
Magistrate   Corbould   at   the   police
and  relatives back  East, telling them , .*
court, and admitt..,! bis downfall, As a
of  our   wonderful   country   and  the remlnder ,,,.��� h��� lllllsl no, ,,.���..���,,. Lhe
many  advantages  we  have  over the Btreets in an Intoxicated condition l���
Mas,, in climate and other conditions, was fined 82.60 and costs, He pro,,,is
To the  business   men  Of lbe city this
inllux of new  blood  is going to mean
much, and  Ihey  should  lend  their aid
in   every   possible   way   ,���   presenl   1��� Sluicing   in   Yukon.
strangers   and intending   settlers tht; Dawson.  April  24.���Sluicing .started
ed In return In work today, and swnr,
in Lave liquor alone In future.
, o	
Friday
creeks.
Ing beg,,,, on Fairbanks creek Friday,
advantages of New WestmlniteT ae a
residents! site for location, and as is
customary with settlers Brsl impress- r_  l(,n ,hlvs ,M  n,,, ,.,.,,,,Ks wm  |���.
Ioiih  are  always  the   besl   ones,  and sluicing.
seeing good, live, active business con-  ��
lilllons    thev   naturally     surmise  all Drinks Carbolic.
other   Industries   thrive   In   the   same Winnipeg. April  L'l.���A (lallcian wn-
manner,   Therfore Its up to the mer- 1IIM11  named 'I'eutarnaskl  suicided by
Saull Ste. Mario, Mich., April 24.���
Thomas Harvey, a veteran marine reporter and proprietor Of Harvey's Mar
in. Iluieau, and city age,,, for Ibe
Canadian Pacific Railway and Telegraphs, accidentally fell overboard
fro,,, the Bteamer Goodyear, near
Dominion Thunder Hay, Lake Huron, today, and
and  linisb.il   within  five.
had given up bis
|,hanee  of  llfe,  saying  lo  a   shipmate,
A   new   lire   helmet   bas   jusl   bee,,
tried in London win, satisfactory re-
suits, as far as experts can form nn
opinion. The respiratory apparatus, or
is.;.:.
6.00
l'.'. i"
6.20
20.25
6.46
20.10
7.1"
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7.36   |
22.50
8.06
23.40
il.l.r
I |0
0.15
14.25
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i   15.56
IT'
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16.JD
16,06
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10.46
3.66
17.1.
Date
on   Hon,,,,/.;,   ami
Fairbanks  advices  say  slulc-   vvas drowned.
I    Look   here,   Hugh,  you ve  gnl   a   we   ., ,���������,,,
..,-.,  r,��u-  . ,.,,.  r.t-��D--- ,     .    , ... BmoKS ill ii c-li i 111:.    as ll   is called, con-
MEN  FIGHT LIKE BEASTS.      rand  six  balms,    Make a jump for It	
��� sis, oi reservoirs tor carrying ihc air
 ���                                my lad;  here Is my belt. , ,      ��� r ...
supply, and i, lirepronf cap connected Monday
Religious Enemies Gouge Each Others      Mystery surrounds the death or .las.   flv ��� ,.���,,,���,,. |nh(,   ,,���,���,. adjusted, and!
Marshall,   cellarman  al   a    Chichester   H|,n|1|���  ,���  ���,,���,..������,    Th0 appliance af-  Tuesday
Warsaw, April 25.���Religious fr.-nzy, '-''"wery, who was found dead in a vat   tords,  II   Is  claimed,  absolute   prolec-i
SAND HEADS.
High Water
Eyes Out  in   Battle.
l,���wW��'fr
Time [HWHrnj
-TTsT^"
23.42 |
jIHgW
characterized  the lighting   at Leanos
of yeast,   it was Btatod
al the Inquesi  tlon againsl the must deadly smoke
4.66
Is.l7 j   11-"
b:i8|.ii.6|��	
19.01 I 11.8 |
on   April  tl   between   Catholics  and  lll;" h" '':'""' "' w"rli :" I|VI' minutes fumes, with the machine strapped to
Marlavits, when ten persons wee kill- "' slx' wllll'n Wlls "'""" minutes .;,,���. ,h
"rl antl 77 wounded. Four priests Wore
or   Wetlnes,
Btey-!l!_!i' Mil!!
| 10.45 ! U.1
Child Burns to Death.
Winnipeg,  April  24.���A   little child   terribly   mutilated.   The   men   foughl
The  antagonists gouged
hack, and  his  head  enveloped  In  Thursday
11.0
0.68
:.��
which destroyed a  farm-house oui tha eyes of their adversaries. The 8lx ,M1 uhe l,""v WM l'"""'1'  l"'1 ";,A' freely sprinkled with sulphur.   When\Saturday
was burned to death al   Llllyfleld, In like  beasts
a  flro which destroyed  a  farm-house oul tha eyes of Uioir adversari, i. The ��* ""
this af,..,'���,������,. The coroner has heen CathoTlca wl,., were I;oaten, Threaten- n",1,in
siimmnneii, hut ������ particulars can be ed  to^Jvenge   thj   St. B^jjJolome\v c
Her   than    usual.    Two  fellow    em-] the alr-tlght oa�� a fireman was locked)
ployees were In the tun_room, where i��� a ,,��������� tuh,A wHh ,,����������� clouds of SPridaff
the va,  was, from two minute,     rter tmo\,Bl   produced by burning   straw,!
12.5'
8.S
g  him.   ii   la  Lhoughi    ha    hs
nm,nil led  suicide.
released he was aone the worse for
, .1   6,0(
I  ^':!l   I  Ut |     , ;
,.|   6.80 | l"-s
il 1.7 i
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i i.i
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chant i<, put his besl tool front, and drinking carbolic add this evening,     obtained.
massacre,
The present  position ol ���!,<  South  >.,iril���g atmosphere
Mm   ir.-mlnules'   Imprisonment   ln   tbe'stintlav   |   7.23 ; lf>.-     ;""  , ��j
| 23.02 | 11.0 I "' WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. '.:06.
THE DAILY NEWS
DON'T    DELAY    BUT
PAINT! PAINT! PAINT!
NOW
PAINT!    PAINT!    PAINT!    PAINT!
And use the only good Paint made, S.VV.P. Sold at
H. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing
Local News Briefly Told
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and Comment.
J Just arrived���a new stock of
TOILET SETTS
Prices $2.50 up
Also ''Blue Yeddo" and "Green Arcadia" stock patterns in Dinnerware. If you are using either of
these patterns and require more ,to complete your
set, now is your opportunity.
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.
ADAMS & DEANS.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS IN TOWN
S. J. DAVISON
ESTABLISHED 1895
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
Some
Questions
Are Difficult to Answer
but the question where to get
th,. best and newest in correspondence and general stationery
is easily answered. It is always
worth ynur while t��� drop in and
see the stuck carried by   .    .   .
J. J. MACKAY.
Booksellers,   Stationers,    News    Dealers.
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Complete line ot Granite, Aluminum and Tinwares.
lis,in,ates furnished on all Classes of Plumbing Work.
Columbia Sire.-, S23 Granville Street
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Not on Top, But Still in the Ring. ;��j
House Cleaning Time
Ami you may possibly need a carpet. We have the greatest range of
them and can guarantee to save you money and give you better satisfaction than you can get In any other place. For instance, a good body
Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up. >J
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We y
have the largest stock anil the finest show rooms and the finest prices. A
Come and see us. It will pay you to see our itock before placing your >}
rder elsewhere. !���!
V
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E. FALES.
Phone IHS for Ice Cream. *
C. Cabanas wen, up to Slave river
ibis morning un the Bteamer Transfer.
Ice Cream the purest at the Westminster Creamery. *
0. Harle was ��� passenger on tbe
Bteamer Transfer t,." Chilliwack this
morning.
Leave your orders fur lee Cream a
the Creamery. ���
E. Nasou lefl for bis home at Alder-
grove this morning after spending a
week in the city.
A. Payne was a passenger to Langley on the Transfer after spending a
short  lime  In town.
Delicious Ice Crean, at the Creamery. ��
down river at 2:40 with a few passengers,
The steamer Beaver lefl this afternoon for tho Bullens ways al Vancouver where ii will undergo a thorough
overhauling and painting.
Let us give figures on your printing. They will sav.- ynu money.
Work guaranteed satisfactory. The
Arrow Press, Front Street.
Edward Sherwood arrived here yesterday from the east to supervise the
putting in of the machinery of the
cheese factory at Langley. Mr. Sherwood intends to have the place In running order as soun as possible. He is
accompanied  by Mrs. Sherwood.
Miss L. and Master A. Mcltae entertained a number of young friends
Angus Ferguson, of Nlcomen Island   al their mother's home las, night They
Is in the city on a visit to Chief Mcintosh.
W. M. McKenzle of Vancouver was,
one of the Rlthet's passengers to
Woodwards this afternoon.
bail a very enjoyable time, the evening being spent in music and games.
The steamer Stranger came in lhis
afternoon with a scow load of ground
rock for Ollley Bros., The rook is to
G. Campbell returned up rive,- this be used in Uie Improvements in pro-
morning nn  the steamer Transfer af- Kress at the distillery,
ter spending a few days in the city on     A car load of machinery was recelv-
business. ed here via the G. N. R. today tor the
Fred Bade of the Canadian General llolsl company's bop curing plant at
Electric   company's   official   staff   in Sardis.
Vancouver  was a visitor in the city     Prof,  Judges  of this  city    the  in
yesterday. structor of the Ladner band which has
The freighter Forager came in last been doing such good work lately, Is
night with a cargo of GO tons of hay endeavoring to organizo a city  band
trom Dease Island for the Brackman- lie-e- prof. Judges has had    a great
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First  Lacrosse  Practice.
Tl,.. Benior lacrosse team of New
Westn,ins,er will commence practice
in Queen's park on Wednesday even--
ing of next week, and It is figured by
the executive committee that by that
the time the grass will be In shape
and all arrangements for the convenience of the players will be complete.
The executive held a meeting ln H. I
Ryall's offlce last evening aud decided
on the purchase of a lot of new sticks,
jerseys, a stop watch and other neces-
sltles.
As the other teams In the league are
apparently losing no time in getting
down to practice it is up to the members of the bome team to be out In
force on the firs, night, and to keep
at the good work constantly right up
to the day of lbe first match.
As there will be a lot of new ma-
terial In Benior circles this season and
as the younger lacrosse players of today are the ones lu be reckoned wiih
,,,�� much confidence in any quarter
naturally lacks justification. That the,
Btick handlers of New Westminster
appreciate this, and never underestimate the value uf earnest training is a
wen known tact, and a large turn-out
of :!,.. ambitious may be looked for
nexl Wednesday evening.
Carpets! Carpets!:
$10,000 Worth to Choose From
 $3.00
  4.25 up
  6.00 up
Jute Squares, 9x12	
Art Wool Squares, 7-6x9	
Art Wool Squares, 9x9	
Other sizes, 9x10-6 and 9x12.
Tapestry Squares, 9x9, from      7 00 un
Those handsome Velvet Milton and AXminster Squares  25 00
Carpet Felt, Corrugated Paper, Hygenic Underfelt and Stair Pads.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front  Streets,  Uupont   Block
X.X.ZK.Z.X.Z.Z.'K^^^
I New Art Goods
V .���'
!��J   Your spring house cleaning will reveal needs in  your  house  furnishing.  $
>*<   This is the place to have your wants sup plied.     Opened out-New   Art  >���<
'f{  Coverings, New Art Demins, Burlaps, Madras, Muslins ���*>
$1.50 Pair!
I   GORDONS   !
| DRY  GOODS  HOUSE I
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Ker company.
Col. Scott of Port Moody arrived in
(own this morning on the C. P. R.
and reports everything progressing
favorably In that vicinity.
deal of experience along this line, and
bni.es that'all the musicians who are
desirous of forming a band will hand
in their names to him.
 o	
A fine programme and lots of fun at
tbe Poverty Social uext Thursday at
Queen's Avenue Methodist school
room.
Farmers Prepare for Holiday.
The Surrey farmers are already talking up the arrangements for their annual  24th  of  May  picnic  at   Blackle
Spit, John Oliver, M. P. p., is one of
The pile driver Rustler   owned b^' the prime movers i^ the excursion and
W. R. Gilley Is engaged at presenl in  the COSUfii  8V6_t it is expected will
building a new wharf tor the Small &  |���. well up to the standard of previous
Blicklin  saw  mills. years.
Wm. MoKerdy,    representing   Alex ������ o ,      .
Galbraith &  Sons,  who are Importers Dies in  Hospital.
Of Clydesdale horses was a passeng, , Mrs Alm G TaU_ reUct of th_ ^
to Chilliwack this morning on the Thorntt)n s. Talt (|ied Iast night at
steamer Transfer. ,,���,  Roya,  Colllmbi.ln hospital after a
I-". 11. Carsl ad who has been rand,- lingering illness. The deceased lady
Ing for a shorl while in Burnaby lefl had been a resident of Royal Oak for
ibis morning on the steamer Transfer some years and leaves two little girls
tor Langley, where he Intends to take aged 7 and 9 years to lament her
up land. death.    The children    are now living
The Schaake Machine Works com- with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stade of
puny visieiriay shipped a power bolt- Chllllwack. The deceased had been suf-
er and splitter to tbe Ladysmlth Lum- fering from consumption for the pasl
ber company to be used In thai com- three .-..ars and had been growing
pany's  shingle mill. Steadily weaker. Tbe funeral will take
Tbe general treigh boal Forager ar- ' '���'"''' "" Prlda>' afterj|pon from Mur,
rived this morning from C. Vasey's ch,e & Vo-'* undertaking establish-
far,,,'in  Hie Delta    with about    eight   ""'"''���  :""'   the  remain*  will  be inter-
Victorians Pleased.
Says tbe Victoria Colonist: Rev, W,
W. Bolton and Lionel Yorke, the Vic- j
toria delegate to the B. C, A. L. A.,
which was held at New Westminster
on Saturday, returned home well ideas,!
ed with the work done at the meet-,
ing.
On the whole, the greater part of the
work tj_at was passed will greatly as-
sis, In keeping lacrosse up to the
standard required by Canada's national game. Among ,be many alterations that were made In the association was that of giving Victoria honorary membership in the league. This
action was taken on the recommen-l
.dation of the local delegates who de-j
sir."'! U>;,t ili,.y still remain in the
league although not being represented
by a senior team.
After this decision had been arrived;
at if  was decided to allow every team
in the league to play exhibition games
with  Victoria  without  in any way  interfering with their standing.
This was very satisfactory to the;
local delegates and will be good news
to the followers of lacrosse in this
city who will have the opportunity nf
witnessing al least three senlur games
during the season.
for
hundred and fifty bales of hay
Brackman-Ker company.
The steamer Transfer has been plac
ed on the up river run. The Beavel
having gone to Victoria for repairs.
The Transfer run will he taken by iln
Bteamer It. l\ Rlthet from Victoria.
The  little  son  of  C
has  been  suffering from an attack of
,l1(,   red in the Oddfellows' cemetery.
Destruction in Mines.
Salinville, Ohio, April 25.���Three
hundred minors were thrown out of
work by the destruction of the shafts
and tipples of the mines of the Ohio
J. Major who &Du Pennsylvania Coal company here
today by fire. The wreckage of the
diphtheria Is now recovering. The at- ov��rhead bridge from the mines to the
tack wa.s mild and i, will not be long tipples collapsed and blocked the
before the quarantine restrictions are maln llne ot tl]" Cleveland and Pitts-
lifted burg  railway.    The  cause  of  the  fire
and 71S Columbia St,     Knur Flours.     Rear Kxtension, Front Street.   !���'
'���.
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in  the  City.
Mounted     In   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
T..,.���.. ..   ,;,., W. C. Chamberlin
DIAMONDS I   The Jeweler,     -     Columbia St.
A Golden Opportunity!
The owners loss is your gain.    For one week only we offer  live
acres of Burnaby land, close in at the nominal figure of
$225.00
See
8 us today about this property,
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate, Fire A Life Insuran ce
Tel.  273.      Near Tram   Office
The 11 .Tbielbar Shoe company, one
of the largest retail shoe stores In tbe
United Stales, are handling no tan1
slio.s Ibis year. They claim that tans'
are down and out aud they see no hope
for a revival.
Mrs. Tirly and ber little daughter,
Annie, have returned from a visit to
W. and D. Cross of Snnbury. The
Cross brothers have recently purchased a farm at that point and are busy
with their spring work.
While al Kamloops recently Hon.
W. Norman Bole granted an Injunction in the case uf Scutt vs. Palmer
to res, rain interference with water re-1
curds. J, P. Hampton Bole appear..!
on  behalf uf Ibe attorney general.
The Bteamer Beaver arrive,' this|
morning In place of the Rii be, fro,,,
down river ports with the following
pasesngers: c. Nicholson, w. il. Ladner, Mrs. Lacy, W. MeKnell. from Ladner, Mrs. Lacy, W. McNeil, from Lad-
Snnbury.
On,,, McCormlck, editor and publisher of  the    Illustrated    Footwear
Fashion, ,l,e only reliable shoe journal published in the I'nited States says
that it Is conclusively settled thai
Ihere will be practically no tan shoes
worn tills season.
Gilley Bros, have just received a car
load of four and six inch pipes to be
used In the construction of the Fourth'
street sewer. The pipes came from the;
B, 0, Pottery company of Victoria.
They also unloaded two cars of ce-i
men, from the Todd Inlet cement;
works today.
Miss Elisabeth Berry, teacher of.
domestic science in Ihe Bohools of
Vancouver, will give a talk under ths
auspices of the Local Council of Women, on Ibe subject of Domestic Science. In the council chambers, city hull
on Friday, 27,b Ins,., al 8 p. ni. All
ladies and school girls Interested ill
Ibis subject are cordially Invited. Col-
l lection will be taken al  the door.
The steamer Rlthel arrived this nf-
j ternoon from Vieloria to take Ihe
Transfer's run down river. The boat
I looked very neat in a new coat of
! paint and quite a large number or
spectators gathered tO see ber make
I the landing. Tho Rlthet brought in a
I small amount of freight and relurned
is  no,   known.
Go to the
Opera House
Vancouver  Practice.
According to the News Advertiser
the players of the Vancouver Club
have been turning out to practice in
goodly numbers during the past few-
days and ar.- putting in some good
work. The boys are using the Cnmbie
Street grounds for practice purposes.
Another practice will be held this evening at 6:30 o'clock.
Police   Stop   Wrestling   Bout.
Nanaimo,   11.   C,   April   24.���One  of
Ihe  besl   and   most  evenly  contested]
wrestling matches ever seen here was
thai   of Sinclair  Swanson  and   Ralph
Johnson Sa,unlay evening. The result
was a draw, each man getting a fall.,
The match started  at 10:06 and wasi
Btopped   by   the   police  at   midnight.
The ma,eh was very evenly contested
and there was much prety work done
by each man.
Two Kinds of Hockey.
The News-Advertiser of Vancouver
prints a telegraph item this morning
to the effect that Silas Griffls of the
Kenora Hockey club Is coming to British Columbia to reside, and over the
item Is the beading "An Acquisition."
Perhaps the spurting editor of the
News-Advertiser thinks that Silas won
his laurels on the grass where they
"bully-off."
Big
Benefit
Concert
NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS
Wanted���Tn ren, a farm will, al leas,
forty-five or fifty aces cleared,
within reach of New Westminster
mark.i. Apply Mrs. Onnlston, Sapperton,
Wanted���Smart buys to sell the Daily
News. Good pay guaranteed. Apply
Business office Dally  News.
Wanted���Smart boy 15 or IG for office���A],ply Dally News business office.
In Aid of the
San Francisco
Sufferers
For Sale���Chester White, pure bred,
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at reasonable prices. W. R. Austin, Sapperton.
Additional Want Ads on Page Seven.
Admission to all   Parts of
the House       -      25 Cents.
Sons of Scotland
The Sons of Scotland are Invited to
r attend n social evening with tbe Royal
i Scot Camp-Vancouver on Wednesday
| night, April 25th.
All  members cordially Invited to at
tend.
By order,
JOHN McNKVIN, Chief.
JOHN FORRKSTKR,  Secy
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"S yards long. Very Special	
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TEA POTS
A Large Assortment Just
Opened Out.
Call and Inspect Them.
GEO. ADAMS.
Public Supply Store, Columbia St.
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Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes. ;j!
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds |
Ornamental trees aud shrubs in great variety, evergreen aud gold- gj
>} en from 2 to li feet. Roses, paeonles, rhododendrons, privet, ever- ffl
sj   green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free. K
I    D. M. Robertson & Sons   1
;���;   Tynehead  Nurseries.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. '���<
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IT PAYS
Elk's Minstrels
Vancouver Opera  House
April 26 and 27.
Great Chorus.     50 Voices.
Best Soloists in British Columbia.
Hear the famous Octette.
TICKETS, $ 1 >00. for safe everywhere.
No extra charge for Reserved seats.
The Daily News has a few for the convenience of
Westminster patrons.. Apply at business office.
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, APR;L g
v.-
VIEWS
AROUSE POLITICIANS
will be received    at  class to convey  infection    to  others and the N. W. T��� except,n
Hunlcy  and  G.  H.  Hitchings,  of this   Berth  No.  471.     -...   ���-  ,���	
this Department until noon on Wed-  without  themselves  de*
; city, announce that they will build
ner may ob-.
lv iwo leases of five miles each
n t,w and Bhlngle mill at  nesday, the 2nd day of May, 1906, for  symptoms. It  is therefore> PWaJ^ fiV" .V'V.nn of twenty years, renew-
Recent   Utterances   of   United   States
President Cause Some Tall
Guessing.
Mociips,   with   a   en,ling   CS
."a...  feet per day.
 o	
..I   a licence to cut timber on Berth Nn.   great  caution  Bhould  he exercised iu
able in t
be discretion of the Minister
Washington, D. C, April 24.���Presl
dent Roosevelt's Btatement iu favor ot
au   inheritance   tax   in   a   speech   re
cently has been since its delivery the
hading sul.j.et of conversation in both
the great parties here. Said a member of one of them recently:
"A few more utterances uf that
kind, and it will 1,,- useless to continue
tn believe tha;  the president is not to
���171,  situate  in   the  Railway  Bell   in the  purchase  or  handling nf strange _{ ^  ,nIc.n,r
the  Province    of  British    Columbia, horses or mules ,        lally in    those The lessee's right is confined to th,
commencing at the  southeast corner districts    where    the      disease    bas su_raerged beds  or bars of tie river
S. A. Colony  in West.                of section 14, Township o, Range 27, become established. bei ,w  any low water mark, and sub
Winnipeg,   April    24.-The   colony West of   the Gth   Meridian;    thence g.  Vhe carcases of animals dying! for first year and $lo per mile for each
whicb il,.' Salvation Army will estab-  North  44  chains;    thence West    80 from onslaughtered as being axected subsequent  year.     Royalty  same  as
llsh in the west  will be located near  chains;    thence    South    20    chains; with  glanders  should,  when  possible, pl^/c���ro"m:ng  in  the  Yukon  Ter-
Tisdale, where land has been selected  thence West 20 chains; thence South be burned or, failing this, buried at ^       _Creek    r.,,v >,,   river   and   hill
for then, l.> Colonel Kyle. Active pr.-  24 chains more or less to the North least six feet ben...;, the surface. /^-^  ^ '|)|t   exceed   _,;o  feet  in
ms are a
Iready in progress for, boundary of Section 10;  thence East      9.   Owners of premises where out- length< measured on the base line or
the arrival of the newcomers.
Mortgage Sale
Under and by virtue uf tho Power  licence will  be Issued,    also  printed  compensation for ar
The  regulations
along the North boundary of Sections  breaks  have  been  dealt  with  should genera]   direction   "f  the    creek    or
10 and 11, 100 chains more or less, to  bear in mind tha'   Inspectors cannot gUlclWhe width being from iooo lo
the point of commencement, contain-  recommend  release    from  quarantine _.,������, TT, t.     All   other   placer   claims
Ing an area of 400 acres more or less., unless  disinfection  has been  carried shall be 25�� feet square.
under    which    a  out in a satlsfactorv manner and that Claims  are  marked  by  two   legal
nimals slaughtered posts, one at each end   bearing no-
. (ices      Entry must be obtained within
f Sale contained In a certain Inden- forms of tender and envelope, may be  cannot be paid until a certificate   ot ^_ ������         ,{- ^  ^m  ,g  within  ten
cut a tremendous figure in 1908."         ture ot Mortgage which will be pro- obtained at this Department or at the cleansing and    disinfection   has been mjl^ ' t (h(, mi���inK recorder's office.
The    president's    declaration      has  ,lll(.,,, .,, tne Baje there will be offered  office of the Crown Timber Agent at  received  by  the  Minister of Agrlcul- ()ng extr_ day a]lowed for each addi-
chilled the atmosphere ln the vicinity  for Ba]e at  Public Auction    by T. J.  New Westminster, B. C.                        ; ture. tional ten miles or fraction,
of nearly all of the republican  presi- Trapp   Auctioneer at his auction mar,      Eacb tender must  he accompanied      10.    Horse  owners  should have no The person or company staking a
dential aspirants.    The president isn't  cm Clarkson Btreet, New Westminster,  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  hesitation In reporting to this Depart- daim  must  hold  a  free  miners cer-
a candidate for another term, and has  a c, on Tuesday the 1st day of May,  bank In favor of the Deputy of the  ment or to its Inspectors the existence 'inifte-                                            .       .
said   he   would   nut   run  again.    But i;,06, at 12 o'clock, the following Real  Minister  of    the  Interior,    for    the  of actual or suspected eases of gland- J^J^ ?&& of  IOOO   feet  in
what might happen to the presidents  Kstate  Lots 1, 2, and 3, In a portion  amount of the bonus which the appli-  p,'s'  Tne disease bas  been spr, ,���1 ng ^         ^^ ,f ^             consists of
position if the people were solidly to  (g^  acrps)    of lot  17                                                                               .....       ���'    .         .     .
in Suburban  cant ls prepared to pay for a licence,  rapidly of late years and It ls a
tw.
themselves against  it? That  is Block 10 Ciiy of New Westminster.        No tender by telegraph will be en
tile question just now concerning po
ticlans most.
How the inheritance tax proposition
has sounded in the ears of the politicians is indicated by what a certain
republican senator said to another republican senator while discussing the
address; "Another democratic plank
stolen," were his words, and to ibis all
hands readily agree.
Of course, such a radical proposal
has excited a great variety of comment. Democrats . in general have
pointed out that the president is edging up close to their Income-tax doctrine. Their most serious criticism of
his suggestion is that it is not so good
For conditions of sale and  further  tertained
particulars apply ,���
,l. P. HAMPTON BOLE,
Vendor's Solicitor.
Bank  of  Commerce  Bldg.,
New Westminster, H. C
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary
Department of the  Interior,
Ottawa, March 20th, 1906.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lot B, 10. and 13 of Loi 16 ot
Suburban Block 10, Map 200, New
Westminster  City.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 1074 a,
Issued in the name of .lane Howay
has been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at  the expiration of one month frnm
SSf&fcli
as the  income  lax.    But   sn far as it   the date of tbe first  publication here-
goes  they  generally  like  lt.
East  Is Alarmed.
Eastern republicans express conviction that it is very dangerous, and so
do some others. Bul apparently, judging by the aggregate of expressions
thus far heard,' the president would be
able to carry  bis  party  with  him.
Yet this, though the most striking
thing by way of proposed Innovation,
of, issue a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C.  S.   KEITH,
District  Registrar  of Titles
Land   Registry  Office,
New Westminster, 11. C, April I. Van';.
: 9pGFSk%2}j[>*s
WARNING  GLANDERS.
In districts wh, re the existence of
glanders   is   susi.ee,ed  and  especially
in neighborhoods where actual out- Synopsis of Canadian
breaks have occurred the adoption of
the following precautl, ns by owners
of horses and others interested will
do much to prevent the Bpread of the
disease and the establishment of fresh
.. il es of Infection.
l. Hors.-s or mul a having a nasal
discharge or other supielous symptoms should not be admitted to livery
or feed stables or yards, blacksmith
shops,    church or school   sheds, rail-
tor of public interest that every fresh ^ __ whkh ^ roya,(y ^ ;| b(
centre of infection should be dlscov- cllargcd tne rcst of the party ordin-
ered  nnd  dealt  wilh  as promptly as ary ciajms only.
possible. Entry Ice $io.    Royalty at thc rate
.1.  O.  RUTHERFORD. of two and one-half   per cent, on the
Veterlnarv  Director General, value  of the  gold  shipped   from  the
Department of Agriculture, Jeet to the rights of all persons who
Ottawa. March. 1906.     ''''"' ,or.wh�� ""* "����-* entries I ii
bar diggings or bench claims, exc pt
nn   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
the  lessee can  dredge  to high-water
mark on each alternative lease),"hi.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within n ie season from the
date . f the lease for each five miles
1..,: where a person or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dailv | new Daily
Leave  WESTMINSTER  Arrive
9   "rranr I'.iah..'. Belling   : pm
4:35 pn, ham      Burllng-^9:86pm
ton,   Mt   V, ���
,,<>,,.    Everett,
Beattle        and
[Portland.
4736 pmlSpokane,      St.)8:00pm
Paul     md    all
points   E.asl.
9.2U am|Anacortes,        J3:0u iuu
IWoolley,    and
[Rockport
3:00 pm Vancouver ['.,; 2,,;,,,,
9:36 pm 1:36 pm
Route of the famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth,  Chicago, St.
]��,,ls  and  all   points   East.
Fur complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
Coll on nr address,
E. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank ,.f Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. 0. YERKES. A. 'i. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia Bt, Seattle, Wash.
" Canadian Pacific RailWay rv
British Columbia Coast Lin      '
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to chang,
VICTORIA-SKA,,,,.   ,..���  ,K  '
Prlne.      l:
Leaves Port Toy
Leaves Victoria :��� n ni, '
Arrive Seal tie 5
Leave Seattle U.jJU   .
Arrive Porl  Tow end  i -   i
Arrive Victoria ��� ' IU p.m '
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   kuutb,
S. S. Prince    \
Dally.
Leave Vane.r ,., ,���  i  p   m
Leave Victorl I I a. ,���.
VICTORIA NEW   WI'SIM ,
ROI  li, 'tD
BTR.  CII.\l(.M|..|,
Leaves  Victoria,  1  a. __,   , wsi
and   Fridays. ,')'
Leaves  .New  Westn
Wednesdays and Satun
Calling at Maynean a _i, .. ,,���,
VANC'OITERNANAIM,,   ROOT.
S.S. .loan leaves Nanaimo aaiu ��
cepl Saturday and Bunday, at 7.��
Sal urday  B  a.  ���,. iM
Leaves     Van,���im,ver
a. Dl���
Saturday an.l  Su
.1  I,   V,
"tcejt
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Bell in British Columbia, may be home ���. id, 1 by any person who is the Bob 1 of a family,
or any male over Is years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry may be made personally at
the  local  land  office  for the  district
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-   Eight Trains  Every  Day in the Ye;,
tion thereof is sufficient. Rental, $,o
per annum for each mile of river
leased, Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it  exceeds $io.ooo.
Dredging in the  Yukon Territory���
Six  leases .if five  miles  each  may be
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Sunday, al
Baturday 2.80 p, ���,.
WESTCOA8T   ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City.
Leave Victoria n  p, ,,   ��� .  lM
and 80t_ ,.f each month foi        V
utirl way p..hits.
Leave Victoria 10th nf each mmri
for Quatslno and t
Leave Victoria 20th
for Cap.- .-',-,.���    ai d  v. i
ing Quatslno,
LOWER FRASER l.'ivi R
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves   New   Westm
day.
Additional trip leave. ���;, ,v \\,���.
minster 6 a. ru. Sun,i.e.
Lei ������" ���   Bt,". .��� ton    : ��� | ty, t_j
day.   VVedn'   day,  Tl i
urday 7 a m.    Prldn ���  i
ditional trip Sa urday .,
UPPER ERASER RIVER ROUTE,
Steamer Beaver,
Leave   New   V, \  a, t
Mondays,  Wedn,   I
Leave Chilllwu,
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Re part of Lot 2S0 Group 1,  New
at the expiration of one month from  tno
was not nearly all tnat was contained Westminster District. Whereas proof
in the "muck rake" speech. The president indicated bis opinion that the
rale legislation of this session is a
"beginning" toward ibis class of reforms. He doesn't presume thai a
transportation niilleniuni is ,o be precipitated bv the enactment of the Hepburn bill. In this he is fully agreed
With by the great majority of advocates of rate legislation. They think
tbe  Hepburn  bill  only  a  step.
What the next step is that the president has In mind can only be guessed.
He didn't say that it was federal
licensing or Incorporation of corporations engaged In interstate commerce;
bul be did suggest such a pr.reran, as
desirable and logical. Representative
Mar,in, with his fed. ral licensing proposal, and Senator Newlands, with his
proposal of federal incorporation of
interstate railroads, are both able to
find most satisfactory evidence in the
Speech that the president synip. hizes
with their views; In fact, the two proposals are not so different in essence;
it is rather a difference in degree.
Too Much Work Now.
in which the land is situate, or if the
way   stock  yards,   private  stables  or homesteader desiref   ne mnv, on ap.
other places where they are likely j piication to the Minister of the Inter-
come into direct or in.Iir.", contact ior, Ottawa, the Commissioner of
with animals of the equine species. Immigration, Winnipeg or the local
2.   All    stables,    yards,    or  sheds agent receive authority for some one
of the loss of Certificate of....Title  UBe(J fo]. tlu. acc0mmodation of horses to make entry for him.
number 2164A, issued in the name of  ,���. mules should be regularly and fre-     The homesteader is required to per-  j"j;
Dauiel Callaghan has been filed in this  quently cleansed    and disinfected
office.
THE TRAIN  OF   FAME
granted to a free miner for a term of  XHE     NORTH-WESTERN,     LTD
20 years; also renewable. Embodies the newest   an.l 1,,-st ideas   Thursdays and  !
The lessee's right is confined to the ��� for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.   landing   between   New   v.
submerged   bar  or  bars   in  the   river   nml   LUXURY.      It   is   lighted   with   and Chllllwack.
both   electricity   and   gas)  the   most NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE
brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    the s.  S.  Tees.
world.      Tbe   equipment   consists   of       Leaves  Vancouver al   -   |    ,n. 2nd
private   compartment   cars,   standard   and   16th  of each  month  i
16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining   '
tar, reclining chair cars  (seats frce),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
,-t day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of tbe lease, and one dredge
.,   each five  miles  within  six years  l���__,
���  form the  conditions  ennected there-   , ,    ,  .        d  -i.i *��� ���..���:,     br,lrw  -"'d  smoking cars.
from such date.    Rental $ioo per mile      For TmK, Tal,i,.s Folders, or any
.,                ,                                .      , -ii           ���                 1 u,,|il   .'uiu    mnv..
with under one of the following plan*:. ,.  ,        n-      ��� _       .                                          * ������*    -.����*
the manner prescribed below.                   ()        ,          ; h ,  rcVdellce ^ ��k"n  Territory  to  be  paid  to  tbe  f     ,      information  call on or  write
Notice is hereby given that I shall.      3,   Ar,���.    cieanslng    the    premises .Jl' ;���,,?.;,,;,!!,*;.��� '",,,���  uZ\��� comptroller.
i i, ��� r    .1 1 ��     ��� 1-i.nii u 11 "in. i .
upon  and cultivation  of the  land in      Xl) frce miner sha��� reccive . gran,
oroughly, and burning all debris, the pn.i. venr for three vears
the date of the first publication here-. interior sbmM be well gone over witn <2)'u the fa(her J,. mother> ��� t,R, of  more  than   one  mining  c ami  on
of, issue a duplicate of the said Cer-  hot Bteam> or bolUng wator, addlng to f.ltll,.r is deceased) of the homesteader T,   ,1     ' ���V.   Z'r  m      b 11   -,, v
tificate, unless in the meantime valid   the latter at least one quart of crude resides  upon  a  farm  in  the  vicinity ������   . '     '} r, ���" '   ,\v    ',,r,.hn, '   ,���;,
it,-,              *                       i            .,, _fl               ,                        *         ,                  . lnjiiiutr   i'i    tuiiiiis    iiv    iuu i ii.im.,   (iuu
objection be made to me in writing,  carbolic acid to each Bve gallons after of the land  entered  for the require- frefi  miner9   may   w;,.:    ,,,,_.   claims
C.  S.  KEITH       which   tbe  entire   surface  should  be; ments as to residence may be ed |n  partnership   by   filing  notice   and
District Registrar of Titles,   thickly coated with a hot solution of b/ 5lIch Pe��on residing with the la- paying fee of j,      A  ,.;,;���,  may be
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Land  Registry  Office,
New Westminster,  B. C.
March 30, 190G.
Canadian Pacific
fresh lime wash, to which crude carbolic acid has been added in the above
mentioned proportion.
Outbuildings, fences and tying posts st'ead, the requirements' as to residenc
with   whieh    infect.-.1    animals   have may  be   satisfied   by  residence   upon
been in contact should also, when pos- the said land
Royal Mail Steamship   sil,,p' I)0 thoroughly treated in a simi-     Six months' notice in writing should
  lar manner. he given tn the Commissioner of Do-
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
All ordinary   harness   and    stables
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
with Infected animals or infected premises, should be thoroughly soaked in
a hot solution of crude carbolic acid
of a strength of one part to twenty.
Materials which might    he Injured
by the above treatment such as valu-
Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent   ab]e harness,  robes,    cushions,    etc.,
But, if these are the issues to which "v'er trip.    Empress  of  Britain  sails   whieh have been  in contact with in
from Montreal for Liverpool May 19th.
For ..ther dates and rates apply to   ._,
ED. QOULhiT,
C. P. K. Agent.
New  V\ estmlnster.
n  contact t0 *p^ ior p*Wnt'   w CQRY
Deputy Mini-ter of the  Interior.
N.   II.���l"nauthorized  publication  of
ther or mother abandoned  and  another  obtained  on
(3) If the settler has his permanent (he sam. cr(.,.k> gulch Qf riv, ,. ,iv
residence   upon   farming  land   owned  giv:ng ^otice and paying a f,���
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has 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
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, thc Northwest Territories and within tbe 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
this  advertisement  will  r.ot   be   paid
for.
the l,resident wants public though,
directed with a view to ultimatelj
making them law, when does he expect
the actual legislating done? This session has more than its hands full. -Next
session may have the tariff on Its
hands, it is plain enough that if the
series of new issues that the president has suggested is to he made a
definite legislative program, or the
basis of one, that program can,,.,, be
carried   oul   until   after  a  presidential
election.
The next house will be closer; partisan feeling will be stronger; unanimous action such as the rate bill has  i
fection should    be placed   in   an   air Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal prospected, an area of 1920 acres, for
tight   room   and   fumigated  with   For- ��* Minerals on Dominion Lands in -neb   period   as   he   may   decide,   the
maldehyde after which thev should be Manitoba, the Northwest Territories length of which shall not exceed three
thoroughly cleaned and the Yukon Territory. times the breadth.     Should the pros-
4.   In stables where outbreaks have COAL-Co,    lands may    be    pur-1 pector discover oil
occurred or where diseased    animals
have, Inadvertently or otherwise, been
TENDERS.
Tenders    addressed  to  the    under
algned al Ottawa and marked on th
envelope   "Tender   for   the   construe
chased at $10 per acre for soft coal ��� titles, and satisfactorily establish such
and $20 for anthracite. Not more discovery, an area not exceeding 640
than 320 acres can be acquired by one acres, including thc oil well, will be
stabled, even temporarily, the cleans- ;ndividuai or company. Royalty at sold to the prospector at the rate of
Ing ami disinfection should be espe- the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 $' an acre> al,d the remainder of the
elnlly thorough and in such cases it is pounds shall be collected on the gross tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
Barest to remove and burn feed boxes output. wil1 be so,d at "ie rate of $3 an acre,
and  mangers when    of wood;    Iron     QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen|subject to royalty at such rate as may
articles can be rendered harmless by yca-s and over and joint stock compassing them through flre or by im- panies holding free miners'certificates
mersing them for some time In boil- m^ obta,n c"tr>r for a nuning loc'v
Northern Pacific i
Three
; I Transcontinental^
Tralns^Dally
Travel ..��� the Famous
"NOjtTH 1 OAST LIMITED"   '
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
and all points east
Steamshir Tickets un sale tu all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
4150 Hastings St.,  Vancouver, li. C.
m__m^    A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland" Ore. A. G. P. A.
X. iv.
ing  water.   All   litter   from   suspected
tion.
A frce miner's certificate is granted
hroug , al this session will be unlike-  Sew^SteaS^winTe Sf-JI!   ^.f^. ^!        ! ' ����."����
be specified by Order in Council.
W. VV. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Dept. Interior.
ly..    Big legislative business will have ,,, the  Ins,   day of May next, for th
to go over in all  likelihood.    And  if construction  of  a  Steel  Twin  Screv
then,    comes a presidential    election St, amer  tor the  Hydrographlc    Ser
while such a set of Issues is pending, vice in British Columbia waters.
whal   is  more  natural  than  thai   the      Specifications,   plans  and   forms  0
people will  Insist  that  the man who tender can be seen al the office of th
peopi
proposes them be continued as leader
until  they are enacted?
Thai is the reasoning of s,������e politicians, There are Others whn se. il a
little differently. These declare thai
the president has merely supplied
some talking ground Which bis party's
speakers may occupy in the coming
congressional campaign. It will help
them avoid the tariff: it will be radical enough to sui, the radicals; i, will
nil, the democrats of their claim to
Agenl of the Departmenl of Marin
and Fisheries al Victoria, B, C, at
the Custom House al Vancouver, B
,'.. and al  the Departm, ,.1  hen'.
Each tender mus, be accompanied
bj an accepted bank cheque equal to
i" p.',- cent, of tie. whole amounl of
the tender, which will be forfeited If
the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into ��� contract
with the Department. Cheques accompanying lenders which nre nol accepted  will  be returned  Immediately
ly fenced until used. nvCi upon pnymcnt in advance of $7 .
6,   Farmers    and    others      should, per annum for an individual, and from
win,,, v.,.   possible,   avoid     admitting $50 to $100 per annum for a company,
Btrange horses or mules to the prim- according to capital,
ises   occupied   by   their  own   animals A   free   miner,   having   discovered
especially of the same species. It is a mineral in place, may locate a claim
good    plan    to    reserve    an    Isolated i.:"oxi;oo   feet   by   marking   out   the
building for outside horses or mules ^""'  wil1'  twr) 'cKal  Posts;  bearing
'ocation  notices, one at each  end oi
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
inn where this is impossible they may
i.e accommodated In cow Btables, cattle nol being subject to eland.-rs Infection. Suel, horses and mules should
be watered from special palls, which.
together with all other stable ut, ,1 II
us. .I  on  or  about    them,    should    be  fee for recording a claim is $5.
carefully cleansed and disinfected before  being  us.,!     fnr  other    animals.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway company   Montreal, Quebec,
when travelling i,y this popular up- Portland, Boston,
tO-date   Railway   ynu     have  no    wurry   Alvl all ll���. principal business centers nf
aboul  missing   train connections   or ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
The claim shall bc recorded within  changing   ears during the night. We TIME PROVINCES,
fifteen day- ii ocated within ten miles take you over the continent on through Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
of ;, mining recorder's office, one ad- first-class   sleeper   and   magniflcenl PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls,
7 j?.d-  tourist   ears.   Transcontinental   train For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 1115 Adams St., Chicago, III.
the line of the lode, or vein.
ditional  ten  miles or  fraction.     The
At least ��100 must be expended on
the  claim   each   year   or  paid   to  the
beln   the only folks With the interests a|. ... _ (|(.,.is|���|1 h;iS ,���,,., .,,.,.;,,���, .���
of the plain people at heart. Newspapers copying ibis advertise-
This is the as,...."  which, perhaps n���,n| wlthoU| authority frnm the De-
more than anj other, appeals to re
publican congr, smen who have trouble   ; 1  home,
And sn 1!. ... ;;, goes. This foregoing is only an attempl to give a
shorl resume of i>. sn that readers of
the newspapers maj know something
of the Bensatlon among politic! is In
congrei a thai has I ���. n en ated bj the
preside] ���'.' latesl 1 ubllc utterance,
 0	
ColVllle River High.
Colvllle, Wn., April 24.- -The Col-
Villa river is ban;, full, and In the
low valley lands tl �� erflow covers
several     thousand    acres.    The    high;
water Is coming  unusually early this
season.
To  Build  a  Sawmill.
Hoqui;,,,, Wn, April  21    H 1. ;, ler,
nnd
partment will not be paid.
F.   OODRDEATJ
Deputy   Minister of  Marin
Fisheries,
Departm, nl  ol  Mai Ine and Flsh
erles,
Ottawa,  28th   March,   1906.
Stalls occupied by strange horses   or mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
mules should be well cleansed    and S=o�� lias ben expended or paid, the
disinfected and, it al all possible, lefl  l'"a,""'  '!iay' upon   ,Y'"8  ''���',BUTy
,   ,   . ., made and upon complying with other
unoccupied  for  some time, .' .7,      , ���j   ...
,     ,,., , , requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
ir.   Where new horses or mules are ,.   '
purchased in or from districts whore
Laves daily al  3:40 p. m,
For 'further particulars apply to
ED. noi'LET,
C, P. lt. Agent,
New Westminster.
tfe
^M'A     ej#L     >rfW_
W;$��Vrt8j KITS
en Domonion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Permission may be granted by the
glanders exists,  they should,    unless Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
carefully tested with Malleln prior to claim- containing iron and mica, also
purchase, be Btabled apart ���nd closely copper, in the Yukon Territr ry, of an
watched  for some time before being area not exceeding too acr,
l.r,.nub' in eon,act with other animals The   patenl   for  a   mining  location
ot .,,, equina ,.,���,..,. shall provide for the payment of a
,     , ,   , ,,   .   Royalty of i'A per cut. of the sales
7.    II   mus,   be   Iron,,,  in   1,1,���.l   that      , -      - , ���    ,      ,
nl  ibe products  ol   the location.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Pas6enger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
l��� .ni Becond trip.
Times   on   arrli ������?
are approximate.
For  Tickets,  r,        lions and In.
formation call on or addre
.1. W, TR "T.
General Superlnti nd,    .
E. .1. C lYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, A
W. II. GAR]
Gen. Agent, Frelghl I
New VV,   ' minster,
ED  GO
Agent, New \\ ���   tn butter,
Trains & Steamers
0. P. H. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 15.40 dally,
Arrive New Westminster 11
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N, w West. . 8.30; ai  I
Lv. Se ini" 10; ar, New '������
,'. 1'. R. WESTR. JUNCTION,
Lv. New West. 10.35 and
Ar .New Wesl. B.36 an.l  10.40.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIA-.
Lv. New Westminster 6.31 a in.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Lv. N. W. B.20 a.m.; ar. S,   '   " I   ":
Lv. N. W. 4.36 p.m.; ar. S,
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.,,,.; ar. N. vV. 3 p.*
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.; ar. N.W,  I >
p.m.
V��� W. & Y���VANCOUVER.
Lv. N, W. .'I p.m. and 9.35 p m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.3E am., and I p.m.
(1. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.   W. 9.20 a.m.;  ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv.  Guichon  2.40  p.m.;
9.:sr, p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC   VANCOUVER.
Lv.   New  West.  5.50  a.m., WJ
and  hourlv  until  11  p.m., with �����
hourlv   be,ween   12.30  and  6.30 I'-H'
Saturday half hourly noon to 11P'1*
Sunday hourly 8 a.m. to 11 p."1"
with half-hourly bet. noon and 11*
Lv. Vancouver same time throng"'
ouL
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Frnm N. W. Mon. Wed, Prid. 11 J*
From Chwk. Tu., Th��� Sat., , �����>�����
Ramona��� ���   ���
From N. W. Tu., Th.. Sat 8 fc*
From Chwk. Su,,., Wed., Frl.,.��*
Favorite��� ���,-���m.
Frnm N. W. dally, ex. Bun,!.i��P*
Frum Mt, Lehman, 1 ",!'
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer��� ��� ���_
Frnm N. W. dally, ex.    "������ - ���'
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m ,
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 68*1
Add. trip Saturday, ���'��� P ��>.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
CItv of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday " ���''.'"���
From Victoria Saturday I n-"1'
Mail ���ffiSV*
Seattle, via SuttuAB 10.00p.m.   W|L
Sap'n & ,Millsi.le...l". ���'"'    !'    .a.
Vancouver 10.00p.m.   *-m
Cloverdale, Blaine, ,, on n.m.
Seattle, etc.. .. s.ir.a.m.  ���>��� "���'
Van. ft Cent, Park...lo.30a.ia- 'JJ
Victoria in.::on.m.i *M
East Btipjaby..  ������  H.?1���] p,:;rr;,.��.
Steveston, etc..
Easl, via C.P.R.
" ,-p., Mill, Coq'n,
���  mm.  ��-001)'
Van, & Burnahy.. S.sop->�� -
1 DC      lVIUWcUlKCC Xhe   only   all   rail   route   between   all
"Tbe   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   to points cast, west  and south  to  Ross
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to land, Nelson  and intermediate points,
Chicago,   "South    West     Limited" connecting at Spokane with tbe Great
Kansas City to Chicagc. Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R,
No   trains   in   the   Service   on   anv ec N. Co.
while nasal discharge,   or ulceration,     ,,, N(.|;|, MINtNG   Manitoba and  railroad  in  thc  world thai   equal  in Connects at Rossland with the Can-
enlarged glands, the presence ot farcy t]u.  N   w   T| cxceptjng the  Yukon  equipment  thai  of th.' Chicago,  Mil- a.ban   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary
buds, unaccountable swelling    of the Territory! Placer mining claims gen- waukee &  St,  Paul  Railway.    They Creek points.
limbs and general unthrlftiness often crally are too feet square, entry fee  own and operate their own sleeping Connects al    Meyers    Falls    with
characterize eases of glanders,    the $5, renewable yearly.    On the North and dining car- ,��, all) their trains and stage ,'aily for Republic,
.disease exists  in  many  animals  with-  Saskatchewan  River claims are either   give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of Buffet   scrvi.e   on   trains   between   WHITE    i1
Tenders for a  Licence to Cut TimL^r   out,  fnr  the time being, any external  bar  or  bench,   the   former   being   100  service  nol  obtainable elsewhere. Spokane  and   Nelson.
the   only fcet 'on8 an<' extending between high     Berths on their sleepers are longer, Effective
and low water mark.     The latter in-   higher and wider than in similar cars 1901.
eludes bar diggings, but extends back   on   any   other   line.      Tbey   protect Leave
lag the Malleln test, and  that these (<) |lu, ^ of ()u. hl��� nr 1m|],.   ,���,,  theif ,r.lins ,iy |ho ,,,���,.,. Sys((m ��� 20
SEALED TBNDEF I   addressed    to  occult or latent eases are 1���    some re-1exceedjng   IOoo  feet.     Where   steam      Connection   made   with   all   trans-113.aS p.��.
1.30 p.m.
3,00 11 to.
12.
rim
S.001
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
;ROSS, ATW
DAVV
FAIRBANKS
for CONRAD, CARCRpSS.     ;,
sscngcrs,
manifestations    whatever,
means of deleelion l��� such cases be-
nui'r
,vitk
tbe   Timber   und   Mines   Branch,   De-   BpectS the most    dangerous    because powcr  js  use_  claims  zoo  feet  wide   continental lines in Union Depot
partment or the Interior, and marked   unsuspected.    Our experience    shows may bc obtained. H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
'  on  the envelope "Tender  for Timber  that It Is possible for animals ���i this      Dredging in thc Rivers of Manitoba! 134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or. I
Sunday,    November    10,  Sunday)   carrying   pa"" ���   ,  *it��
express    and    freight    c���      ftgfr
Day Train Arrive  stages at Carcross and  rt      ^t.
. Spokane ...,7.i��p,m. maintaining a through ���v
..Rossland ....4.10 p.m       '   '"   "' ",i"n '""'���V
g.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
II. A. JACKSON.
General Passenger Agent
For Information appiy' M,n,ger,
J- H. ROGERS, Traffic
Macklnnon Bld��j c
Vancouver, ����� WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 25,  1006.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
MARTIN, WEART  fc McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc.       Of-
X..\v Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner  Clarkson    1   Lome  streets.
Vancouver, moms 21 to 24, 445 (Iran-
-Uie street Joseph Man in, K. ('., .'.
W Weait, W. 0. McQuarrle, ll. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wild be in tin
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY,  REID  &   HOWES,  Harris
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lome
s,,,,,.,,   opposite   Court   House,   New
Westminster
241.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181V.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL  (All  paid up)... 114,000,000
RESERVE  FEND $10,000,000
li'
J. 11. Howes, P. O. Box
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS, Harris-
lers and solicitors, Hlackio Hlk.,
Columbia   street
W. J. Whiteside,
New   Westminster.
H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON HOLE, solid-
<.ur of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commorco building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
'solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia nnd McKonzle streets, New West
minster, B. C.
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal.  C.C.M.(;,...H,m   President
linn.  Sir Q, A. Druinmonil, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice   President   and
General  .Manager.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of Ibis
In held on tbe First Wednesday In
each month, at 8 o'clock p. n,., In
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON   LODGE, NO. 17, A. |
E   &   A.   M.���Regular   communlea- j
tlons of this lodge are held on tho
second Tuesday  in  each  month in |
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. ���,.   Visl
Ing brethren  are  cordially
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist,
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities
In Canada, in London, Eng., .New
York, Chicago, and Bt Jnnu, .Nfld.,
and correspondents ln all parts ot tho
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G.  D.  Brymner,  Manager.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Sixth Street.
For Sale���I" acres, 15 acr, cleared,
Good building. Apply Donald Mc-
Clure,  Port Kel
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed bouse on
fine corner In Wesl End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Che ip, Appl.
X, this office.
J. HENLEY BIG wants faster steamer
Manufacturer Of For Sale���40 acr, cleared, WANTED   ON   RIVER
1 - I       L..I1   I :  *,.],-       1 l t.i        M ..
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Artistic
Effects
in home decoration need nut be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
fpr furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper   Store
Wanted���:!',',') Cords ol Hemlock Hark
at the Eraser Kiver Tannery, Ltd.,
taken in lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to the manager al
Tannery or P. O. box \\~, New
Westminster.
Eggs for Setting���Pu,.- Barred Rock
$1.00 per setting. J. W. Austin, Sapperton.
For Sale���Old papers
wrapping up parcels, etc.
ofiice.
suitable for
Apply News
Invited
Sec.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor \
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.4o9
l(.   II.   K.   of   I.,   meets   second   and i
Columbia  Street.
f.iurt, Friday of each month, at 8
Orange   hall,   corner   of   Full line of English, scotcn and
and John'street,    So-j tweeds and worsteds always in stock
p.   m���   in
Royal avenue
Irish
j.n,ruing Sir Knights cordially in-
vited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
!>.;   B. B. Manillas, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets In Orange hall first and
third Friday in each month ut H p.
ra, Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J- Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Spring  stock  now
selection.
ln.    Make  your
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���r
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening, I
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
dlally Invited to attend. S. J. May,
N, G.;  W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
,. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
I.re,hren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
Belyea & Co.
(Jeneral Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our apecallty.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbO.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S ���
Red Rose Degree ,��>���..,* Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P, Hall, Columbia SL, at
8 p. it. While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday ln each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited, E. B. Stinch-
combe", Pros., H.  Disney, Secretary.
Dress in Rea.son
The latest Mitchell B fns.n-.on plates
have arrived.
So have our spring stock or e.gh-
elass suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, nroadclotb
and  fancy trouserings.
tn fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
J. N. Aitchison,
C-. ',r?,B,a  street.
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage. Lyman &l Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's'business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicate,IJwatches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery^
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Headquarters for PACIFIC Coast j
GROWN Garden. Field and Flower!
Seeds. New crop now In stock ready I
for distribution; ask your merchant
tor then, in Eealod packiets. If lie;
does not handle thru,, we will prepay
to your nearest postoffice, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $l.no to introduce them.
Large stock of HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring trade.
Xo expense, loss or delay of fumigation  or  inspection.
Let ine price your list before plac-1
Ing your  order.     Greenhouse  Plants,
Floral    Work,    Dee    Supplies,   Fruit
Packages,  Fertilizers,  etc.     Catalogue;
Free.
M. J. HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver.   B.  C.
Wanted���Hoy to look alter office. Apply Drs. Hall and Rothwell.
For Sale���Half Interest in a livery business near S.-atlle, Washington,
Chance of a life time, Apply Advertising  Manager, Dally News.
Wanted���Young girl foi pari care of
child  and  housework.    Apply Mrs.
Sawy.-r. 71 ll st and 5,1, ave. after 0.
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Dulls pure
bred, ready for service, ,V. lt. Aus-
tln,  Sapperton.
Wanted���Young   girl   help.  Apply
and   1th   avenue,     upper  Exhibition
gate,
Slow   Transportation    Handicaps   New
Westminster's  Trade  With
the Productive Delta.
A traveller through the Delia of tbe
Eraser Valley Is soon Impressed with
the fertllty ���f the soil, the prosperity
of the farmers as evidenced by the.
large handsome dwellings and the immense painted barns aud granaries.
Some of these farms are famous, tlie
Jubilee   farm,   the   Inverholme   farm,
Messrs.   Vassey's.   Ladner's,   Weaver's,
Oliver's and others.
With these ranchers the town of
Ladner does runsiderable trade. Lad-
ned. with Porl Guichon half a mile
.lis,an,,    contains    three  hotels,    five
churches,   tinsmith simp,   blacksmith
shop, a bank, two barbershops, a saw-
boundary line monument, ., structure
nf gram e I I ,cl "'������ Hooking he
watei and having Insci ipi inns -.
date of Treatj ol Washington, IS4G,
the year of Its erection, 1861, and also
the names ol the British and American
commissioners.
Last   week  When  A.  Walker and his
bride    were  returning to  Ladner, .,
playfully   disposed   person,  wishing  to
welcome the newly-wedded couple in
'
Fourth uf July style, set off a bunch
of   firecrackers     un   Ihe   wharf.    This
frightened a team belonging ,��� Mr.
Fredericks and thej started down the
Slough mad through the town ai a
breakneck pace. They were, however,
soon broughl to a standstill by one
of the horses being thrown. Fortunately, Utile damage was dune except to
the harness.
The Beaver Lumber company, owned
IS ACTIVE
AKOUND LILLOOET
Movements of Claim Owners Give In-
d,cation of Extensive Develop.
ments this Season.
.i. ,;.
from  the
V.   Iluik-
r
Lllloo.  .
bolder    r,
,""1'1" BO.    He   harl  been
"" '' business trip In connection with
',,,i' '" developing the Horseshoe
on  Lower   Bridge
pla, ��� .
river.
Messrs. ('.
W. Renard and parly of
Spokane, Wash., spent a couple ���f
days prospecting and looking over their
|,r rI> "�� Cayoosn creek and were
by Dennis ft Munro is making ex.,.,,- ;;';;'' , Bf8fled fflth ��""   ��������*
sive    additions to the mill   on the !   , ,        ' 7���'; '""���"���"""'to
'|, tne eieei, nigher up,
Messrs. ll. M. Babb and Walker of
Semi road. Hitherto tbe company has
CUI  only  rough lumber but ls now In-
mill and other Industries.    It has lis  stalling a matcher and planer and pre-
Clncinnati,
Us    Austrian
paring to cut all kinds of dressed lumber and mouldings. There is a good
markel   among   the   farmers  of  Delta
and shipments by rail are made from
Oliver's siding, about throe miles dis-
lant.    This camp Is fortunate In hav-
Headquarters
for Sweets
Ice Cream and C.  B.   Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candies, Fruit &
Cl G A RS
Chines,,    quarter    and
colony  bul   no lawyer.
Communication between Ladner and
New Westminster is very unsatisfactory. The steamer Transfer is the
only   boal   running  and  I,   will  take
anywhere frnm two to six hours to Ing Mrs. Wlldgrube to look after iis
make a trip, time depending upon the table, for as long as this lady Is In
quantity of freight it has to put uff charge there should be no danger of th
and the consequent number of calls men being dissatisfied .viil, the board.
it makes. Some time ago a gentleman ,i. F. McCallurn of the Scott road
in Ladner bad occasion to visit New i. mourning the loss of a valuable
Westminster on a Saturday to do some nil, which died iu one of the open
1st  business  will,  the  bank.    He  was on   Delta  ditches.
hand a' the Ladner wharf fifteen lien Roberts has .started a logging
minutes before schedule time but the camp nn the Fraser river road, a short
boat did not leave until StliO and then  distance below the bridge.
reached   New   Westminster   live   niin-  o���	
utes after 12���too late do the business.
There is room for a speedy passenger
boa, on Ihis run���one that will make
two round trip per day, carrying passengers ami perishable goods such as
Yukon   Organizes   Relief.
Dawson,  Y. T.,  April  24.���The  public  subserlption  fur  the  Yukon  Territory     and   Dawson   was    given  an
THE WONDER Of THE AGE
Do your own Silver Plating at
home-a wonderful preparation
made by Meyer & Allen of New
York    "::::::
50 Cents a Bottle
R. C. Purdy,
Sole Agent.  Columbia Street
Westminster Iron Works
fruit. It would then be possible for initiative yesterday by Acting Gover-
New Westminster mail lo be delivered nor Lithgow and the Yukon council
in Ladner as often as mail from Van- raising $.1,000 for San Francisco, also!
couver which reaches Ladner by way calling a public meeting Wednesday In
of Steveston anil th.; little steamer "'der to organize for the raising of a
Sonoma.    Under present conditions a, general fund.
person desirug to make a quick trip The Japanese of Dawson raised $2,..".
betwen the two places can do better and turned the amount over to Amerl-
by going by way of Steveston. The can Consul Havendahl for forwarding.
disadvantage against New Westminster Dawson Aerie Nu. 50, Fraternal Or-
will be greater in the canning season j tier of Eagles voted $500 and tele-
when  the  present boat has io make graphed the same this morning.
about a dozen calls between the two  ��� ,
places.
Aboul   nine   miles   from   Ladner  is To  Extend  Electric   Road.
Point Roberts, just a short distance Phoenix, D, C, April 24.���Surveys
across the boundary line. There Is are being made and right-of-way se-l
a sentiment among the Point Roberts cured for the extension of the new
people that it would be heller for high-tension electric line from Green-
. them if they were included in Canad- wood to the Mother Lode mine, of
Ian territory and not isolated as they the British Columbia Copper company,
are at present, being shut off from the and the Boundary Falls smelter of
trade of the Delta an.l from the mar- the Dominion Copper company, each,
kets of New Westminster. A spot of a distance of three or four miles from
historic     Interest   near  there  is    tbe  Greenwood.
"���   lefl   tor   Alexander
creek    yesterday.   Messrs.   Swans,,,,,
Alexander and Ferguson, InterBted in
'""' Ba  propertj came down from
Bridge river to  I them.   They nro
taking in ,. ,,, prov)	
and will work their hydraulic proposition in, a  ,,.  rl, |ai  .
w- w. Jon, : ind ,, partj ..,' friends
will   pack  their good! in on  horsea
,"  '",!"  :!'    ''���   'on,   Th,   Beaton  Lake
Steamboa . ., ,1,,,
goods up the
Tb.. lirsi hunting part) ol 'he ���, ..a
let'i Bridge river this week in quesl of
Qrizzlj   bear.    Thej ,,    Eng
land ami Mr. Manson is in charge nf
the party. The Manson brothe, i have
returned from the Bridge river where
they took iheir supplies,
The Trustees Dredging company ex-
pec, tn haw. their dredge in operation
in a tew weeks' time. The repairs
on the dredge have been very extensive, in fact, tl���. whole dredge has
been mad., over again, ami ihere
shoulil be verj few break downs in
he future.
i
GENERAL MACHINE
WORK.
A.M J t'.NGIN'E
COURT BRUNETTE, No. .1099, I.O.F.
Meets the Fourth Friday in the ;
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting i
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. .[. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8308,
A.  0.   F.���The   regular  meetings  Of
this Lodge are held on the Becond
ind Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at * p. ,���.  In  tbe Oddfellows'  Hall.
Visitim,' Brethren are cordialy invited ," a,lend.    E. C. Firth, C. R.; |
F. P. Maxwell, See.
o
ivJC
win? Machines
r ASH ION
Feed, Sale and Livery
STABLES
SHIP SMITHING. UK1DUE and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Work,  including
Fences, Gates, Fire tscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
DEGD1E BTRHi-iT.
New Westminster. P. O. 474.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
a,  3 o'clock  p.  m., in Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia sireel. Visi'ing
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend. ,i. s. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
Singei and
Wheeler & Wilson
Both .m easy terms.    Write for prices.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia  Street.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and MrJnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
Royal Bank
W.  LYLE & CO.      of Canada
PROPRIETORS.
Cor. Sth and Carnarvon Sts. Phone 250.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191,���Meets on Ike Firs, and
Third Tuesday of every month Ml
K     of    P.   Hall.      John    McN'lven,
1 i.i.;: ,i. .1. Forrester, Rec. See.
board of trade.���New Westminster l: .aid of Trarle meets in Hie
Board Room, City Hull, as follows!
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on tin' second
Wednesday    of     February,    May,
August and   November,  at   8   p.  n,.
Annual meetings ,.��� the Becond
Wednesday nf February. New
members may be proposed and
elected a, anj monthly or quarterly
meeting,   A. 10. White, See.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
O-o-V-ftn. *�����
MAKING;
PROGRESS
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $30,3/3,5.0.
Branches and correspondents ln
all the principal cities ot tne world.
General  banking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEHAHIMtNI.
U opens an account.   Interest added
lalf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nignts   trom a to 9
o'clock
NEW  WESTMINSTfcK   OHANCH
F. B.  Lyle, Manafler.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds $44,0011,000.00
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds $y,uuo,O00.00
This Is a company of pollc y-hohlers, by policy-bolders, ror policyholders.
OUR MOT to:    ine largest amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone 85.
On modern lines even  in   backward oil
China.    We have heard that the  Racy-
de Bicycle has been seen on the streets !
of Shanghai.    We handle   the   Raevcle (
and   Perfect   Hieycles,    the   two  best,
bicycles   made in Canada nr the United j
States,    Whatever wheel you buy hen"
i, Is value fnr your money,    We also do
Pitman and (Ircgir Short- ��� a|| \t,\m\s ,,f bicycle ami other repairing, !
'���   ���"'   " ' Bring your lawn mower to get snarpen-
shape.     Don't  mistake
Commercial.
band.     Telegraphy  and  Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
THE BEST of courses, the PEST of
teachers (eight) and the REST of
salaries.
R. J. SrROTT, B.A., Principal,
II. A. SCR1VEN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
tou do the wis., thing, its tempting
,liv"i' will surely win yuur favor. Manufactured by���
WILBERG & WOLZ.
| Factory and Offlce, Brine Dlock,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eletilh St., New Westminster, B.C.
ed and put
the place.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.        Sign���Man on Wheel.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
Plants and Annuals  of  nil  kinds,   cut
flowers and floral designs,    Dahlias
50c per dozen.
Telephone A18-1 or address 4th Avenue
and lllth Street.
Croquet Sets
From $1.50 up at
MOREY'S
Full Line of
Sporting Goods
NOTICE
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 furo-
shore of Section 12 and Fractional
Section 13, Block 3, North Range T,
West.
Dated at  New  Westminster, B.  C,
| this lath March, 1906.
GREAT    WEST    PACKING    COMPANY LIMITED.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
A. E. and Mrs. Noel have let', {or
Bridge river where they will spend
the summer prospecting. Mrs. Noel
is a mlshty hunter and last spring
two large be . [ell to her rifle. Bhe
Is a Brsl class shot and shoots all her
game through the heart.
A while ,��������� and Bome Indians had
a fight over son,., pieces of placer
property in the Fraser river in which
some of the parties got pretty badly
cut up. It cost them about $:!0 to
settle i, in the police couri the next
day.
The Indians have done about as
well as usual on mining In tha river
but as the river is rising fast they
will soon have to stop for ,his season.
D. Coughlan was down from the
Fork Bridge river and brought down
some very nice gold. Three of the
largest pieces went over $10.
The Chinamen who leased the
hydraulic properly near town are
preparing for another season's run.
There Is a report that the Lome
property on Bridge river may be sold
in the near future. An expert was up
looking the property over and seemed
very well  pleased with the mine.
F. C. Clark and William Fisher bad
a law suit over a piece of land. The
suit was decided In favor of Mr.
Fisher.
Mr. Slater of tile British Columbia
Permanent Loan ft Investment company, Vancouver, was in town this
week an.l did considerable business.
About hall a dozen men are now
working  on  the  government  trails.
R. Smith and Mrs. Smith of Lytton,
are visitors in town today. Mr. Smith
will work on the dredge and will make
his home in town. He has rented a
house from Mr. McFarlane.
There* Is very little snow on the
mountains this year and farmers are
beginning to think that they will be
short of water.
The spring has been very dry and
warm. The thermometer registered
so in the shade today.
Two births hav.  been recorded in
! the dlstricl  this month.    The wife of
D,   Hlnley, a  daughter on  ths  15th
j instant,  and  tha wife of E.  Sauklm
also a daughter on the 2d.
MRS. R. G. HILL,
Teacher of the German
Language   and   Piano.
German  Conservatory Method.
1005 QUEEN'S AVENUE
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office Thone 185.
Hnrn "1'none 137
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
-VIA THE-
Great Northern Railway
���The Comfortable Way" Rout, of the Famous Oriental Limited
JFor detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
 -0	
To Close Phoenix Mine.
Phoenix. H. C. April 24.-As a con-
I sequence of remodeling and enlarging
of the  planl  Of the British Columbia,
Copper company al Qreenwood, 11 will
��� be  necessary  to close the works en-
| lirely   for  some weeks,  perhaps  twu
or three months, while the new machinery and buildings are being erect-
j0,l.     ft   is   expected  that   this  closing
'down will take effect some time early
in  May,  though 11  may be postponed
somewhat.
 o	
Supplementary Estimates.
Ottawa. April 21���The supplementary estimates were presented to par-
linn,out tonight for the year ending
June 30, 1906. They total $2,S45,o62.
There is an Item of $50,000 for Immigration; $175,000 for militia drill;
government steamers and ice-breakers,
$5S,500; aids to navigation, lighthouses, etc., $270,000; patrol-boat, for
Hudson Bay, $15,000; $25,000 for telegraph lines to tho Yukon.
Donkey Engine Explode*.
Everett. April 24,-^us Hendricks
and Erne Ekholn, employes of the
Stlmson logging camp, near Brian,
were seriously scalded early this
morning by the explosion of a donkey
engine. Both men were taken to tho
hospital  at  Arlington.
-
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL25|i^
SOMETHING TASTY
-TO ENTICE THE APPETITE-
FATHER GIVES SON MAYOR AND ALDERMEN
A BAD CHARACTER      INSPECT LULU ISLAND
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh Lettuce, nice big heads. 5c. per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.   $1.00 per sack.
T. S. ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. W. Gilchrist, Mgr.
Court     Lectures   Harvey
Allows Him to go on Suspended Sentence.
French  and   Find  Large Gang of Men Actively En
gaged at Work Digging and
Ditching.
Harvey   French, a  boy  of about ele-       Mayor   Keary
von   years   ol   age,   in   C puny   with   made   a   ,'.���,'   ot
two   other   lads   of   his   own   age
one   ol   Ihe   work
.. :   . v. ral
inspection
which
ildermen
yesterdaj
Ucx   Kwen   has
K<*>X<C<��>��>��>^ ,m tile river. This unaul
1 Fire Insurance. Life Insurance. �� iTSiSTS
_< _<     ... . .
We have been appointed agents for tbe Union Assurance Society j��j
of London, England, which has been carrying on fire insurance business .���;
since 1714 A. I)., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of S
$20;00u.0U0. tf
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurane   reconl: >J
Dec. 31st, 1899 (6 months) Assurance in force J60.400.   1'rem. $22,864.60 >d
"       1900 Ass-urance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 82J05.96  ,���,
1901 " " 2 554 901 " 9_vf.29.30  >}
1902 " " 3,425,897, "        126,695.21  V
1903 ���' ������ 4,086,112. "        150,644.68 .���<
1904 " " 4,609,764 "        166,384.20 >J
MONEY
TO LOAN.
186
McQUARRIE & CO.,
Columbia   Street, NEW
Real   Estate   Brokers
and Contractors
WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
>>>����>������>_������I<eX*>>>>��^
METHODISTS DECIDE
TO ENLARGE CHURCH
of whom he calls Sheep, appropriated Btarted oil Lulu Island since the trans-
B  boa, ami a canoe las,  Friday for the ter  by-law  was passed.
purpose of holding ,, series of races Some forty men are bard at work
Ihorized  form digging and  ditching  for  all   ihey are
rrupted by the worth,   bul it    wlll   be about   three
adshaw,  who months before the work Is completed,
took Harvey into custody on a charge A main dyke is being put In all around
of stealing the bout. The other boys the island and connecting ditches are
go,  away. Harvey appeared  in the po- being  dug   in   all   directions,   Hy   this
lice  court   this   morning  and   pleaded means   perfect   Irrigation   will   be  at-
guilty, but did nol seem to realize the tained, A large portion of the island
nature of his offence. His father was ls also being divided into fifteen acre
also  present   and  gave  ,be  lad  a bad holdings and  small  farms  will  be let.
character, saying thai he bad been In Tbe  work  Is being  rushed  along as
trouble before some months ago, bul fast as possible,   and when   the im-
lately  bad  seemed  to  in,prove  In bis proven,eiits   are   completed,   I.uiu   Is-
behavior.   After a lecture   from   the land will have been transformed from
bench, the boy  was allowed  Io go    on a   wilderness  tO    a    beautiful    suburb
suspended sentence, the father being thai will be a greal acquisition to the
requested to explain to his son that city.
if   he   appeared   again     be   would   be 0       ���
LOCAL MERCHANTS
FIOURE ON PICNIC
Long for  a  Day    of ��oandon    in the
Free    Woods    and
Hills.
Th.. local  merchants  las,   .'.ear ,1.
eld, 'I to inaugural.' an annual    mer
.hauls' picnic on a large scale. The;.
decided to hold a picnic at some oui
aide polni where they could get right
away trom business and business wor-1
rles and to spare no pains or expense
to  make  the  mailer  a  success.
The ma,t.r Is now being whispered
around and steps   will be taken to.
bring  the  .vent   along   as  soon   after
the 24th Of May as possible. The place
of meeting ls undecided and will receive careful consideration.
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\     New Ready to Wear   \
HATS
Just arrived by parcel post, new creations in ladies ready to wear rla<_ j
NEW BELTS j
An assortment of Ladies' Hells in the season's  popular ���
binatlons of gold and silk.   See then, Saturday.
Toggery of any kind will render the
wearer liable to a heavy line al the
Poverty  Social  on Thursday.  .6th,
���    Ask for the Reynier when looking for your New Kid Gloves   |
W. S. COLLISTER & Co! |
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! Electric    Plants!
FOR
everely  punished and very probably
sent iii the reformatory.
Mclnnes&Kerr
HIS
Five Thousand Dollars to Be Spent on
Queen's Avenue  Edifice
Improvements.
A special business meeting of the
congregation of the Queen's Avenue
Methodist   church  was held  last  night
Quar-
Hears From Sisters.
Mrs. Roach, wife of It. G, Roach, local manager ,,f the British Columbia
Telephone company, has experienced
a  very  anxious week.  Mrs,  Roach has
ra.
Hearing Adjourned.
The application   of  the  Cons;
ries con,pan,  tor 2,l  miners' inches two sis,ers and a mother in San Fran
of water to be used at the quarries on clsco. Her anxletj  was relieved today
Burrard  Inlel  came up before Water when she received a letter from them.
Commissioner Fisher   this   morning, In II  they stated they wer.- all safe
Mr.   Brydone-Jack   of   Vancouver   ap- and   camping  on  a  green  near their
peared  for lhe applicants.  The inves- home,  which  had   I n   badly  shaken
tlgation had to I"' postponed   on ac- and was in the flre circle. They ,hough,
j_ ltflr.  counl of the legal notices nol  having it was safer to Jive under canvass mill,,    business   up  Deen placed al the points of diversion til the lire was totally extinguished.
ailjournn,. n,   was  0���
and in the mean-
24 acres, 7 acres in
thorough cultivation.
100 fruit trees, 1 1-2
acres strawberries,
small fruit and rhubarb. Good house,
pump in house, woodshed, 2 chicken houses
and barn. Close to
school, church, etc.
Price Only $2,400
10, 20 or 50 acre
blocks of the best
black loam in British
Columbia. Ready for
plough.
Only $50.00 Per Acre.
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ii,gl,   presided
for discussion was the advisability of "f llj'' stream, Th
enlarging  the church  buildings bo as  niade till  April  27
to afford more accommodation for the  mi1" ""' necessary rorinalltles will l���
Sundaj  school, the need of which   is complied'with.
al the presenl ti  making itself very
apparent.
li was decided ,,. make the desired
Improvements at an outlay uf $5,	
Of ihis amount the sum of $3,800 was
pledged al the meeting. A floating liability of $500 was also arranged for.
The proposed addition will embrace
additional accommodation for classes
us well as church parlors, Epworth
league  nn .ms. etc.
Cook  Released on  Bail.
A. (I. Conk who was recently s.-ni
up for trial on the charge of assaulting Officer Johnson while In performance of his duties will hav.. the pleasure of his liberty until the date of
the assizes.
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Cook accompanied by his counsel, Mr. White-
Boat  Loses Owner.
A few days ag., in.- local police department  took charge of a boa, containing the necessarj   boal equlpmenl
and a Winchester rifle and carti I
also a eoupi.. of black  oilskin coats.
The   chief  is   gelling   a   little   anxious
t��� know who are the owners as the
boa, wa.s lying at thr. slip for three
days hefnre he took charge and then.
have not yet been any claimants for
the property. The boal is still moored
al the fool of Sixth 3treet and any In-
Mills and Factories!
a
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Electric Supplies. Wires, Cords, Etc. 5
Incandescent  and  Arc  Lamps.       I
Screen Doors
 AND	
Screen Windows
This i.s the season to have
your doors and windows protected from Hies. Our stock
is complete and well assorted
ANDERSON X LUSBY
Write us for   Estimates   on   complete Plant. |
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Large Stock of Supplies and Apparatus carried!
at Vancouver and Rossland. ���
I Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. *
S VANCOUVER, B. C. |
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-Mrs,   appeared   before   Hon.  W.  Nor-  formation as to ownership will be wel
Dogs Must Carry Tags.
Poundkeeper  Murray    spent  yester
man Hob' and requested to be released,
llis honor granted the request  and
con,e.l  by
Chief Mcintosh.
rr
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A Number One
8 Roomed House
For Rent
daj  afternoon looking around the city  the defendant  was released on giving
after his long absence of nine years his own   personal   recognizance   for
in  Seattle and  was    much impressed  $i,  ana two reliable    sur,
with the Improvements made since he $;,h.i each,
lefl this place. Ii is his Intention to
allow ,he citizens until tbe .nil Of the
presenl 1,1.nub to procure licences for
their ,'iinine friends. On an.l after May
1 any dog found wandering around
wil h ,u ,1 ' . will h.. Impounded. Mr.
Mm raj i- tl, 1 irmlne 1 to enforce the
law in this matter. Tags can be obtained either al the city hall or from the
ti',,, Ikeeper.
Y.   M.  C.   A.   Organization,
A committee composed of it. v.
Rev.   A.   .1.   Bra,
\V.  Mel I,   E.   11.
for
At $15.
This house is not for
sale.
Give us a call in our
new office. We can
interest you.
278  Columbia   Street.
MclNNES&KERR
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone   170.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Falls  Down   Stairs.
SlcamOUB    Liza,    an  Indian  woman.
who   has   be. ,,   making   her   home   in
citj   tor s,  time pas. was, was
the victim of ;, serious accld, nl Monday night. Hearing a disturbance
down stairs between some men, she
was hurrying 1,01,1 an upper room to
Investigate the cans., of the trouble
when she slipped and fell headlong
down tl,.' stairs, dislocating her hip.
She was 1, fi unattended for some
time,  bul   Anally  managed to  secure
assistance.   She will be confl 1 to her
r, , tor so,11.. time ,,, come,
 0	
Medals for Boys.
The medals which arrived yesterday
for the Hoys' Brigade drilling compe
tltlons are very ornate. The bodj ol
ile- medals is of solid silver and is in
the form of a malt, se cross, The c< ������
tre is of gold and on an embossed een
ire Is the figure of a man in the acl
of making a shot at a targe, with a
rifle, tin ti,.- back of one is Insci
"Presented by Hon. W. Norman Hole."
Th h, r, ' Presente i by Hi- Worship   Mayor  Keary."
 0	
At the Hotels.
Guichon���L. M. Glachen, Niagara
tary, was present, and the field for Falls; Lewis Cleghorn, Toronto; E. I..
the work and the resources al hand Sherwood and wife, Everett, ()���,,;
were carefully considered. Mr. Par- Percy Mills. Vancouver; A. II. Si.-m-
miiis called alien,ion to reports in his ons, Belllngham; A. K. Stuart, Shus-
possession of associations which wer..   wap;   C.  E.  Lovell,  Hay  View. Wash.:
In  running order  in  places  similarly  A- Weir. Lac be, Wash.; S*. M. Okell,
situated to New Westminster and con- Victoria,
ildered  thai   all  that was  necsseary
S.
Henderson,   Rev.  A.   .1.   Brace,   F.   P,
Maxwell. A.  W. Mc] I,  E.  II. Sands
and I-'. Lever, recently appointed for
the purpose of taking into consideration ibe mutter of organizing a Young
Men's Christian Association in New
Westminster, mei yesterday afternoon.
W. N,  Parsons, traveling fleld secre-
2nd and 3rd' Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
ii $45.00 h
A.1 WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
Nice Lot, cleared and
fenced, at corner of 9th
Street and St. Andrew's
Street.   A Snap at . . ,
$200
Good residence lot on
Queen's Avenue, East.
Fine location.    Onlv . .
$500
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Heal Esl ite
Agents.        Tel. 106.        Colun    a St.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Muir&Co,
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - - ��� B.C.
Advertise in the News
ymg^g^.^'j^'y.r^ i wmo/'i
OPERA HOUSE
Looks for Jurymen.
Sheriff Armstrong is experiencing
considerable difficulty in securing a
full p.,,,.1 of jurymen <or the forthcoming assizes. This is the fourth
year, and a large number of jurymen
whose nanus were recorded four
years ago have in many cases gone
away seeking fresh fields and pastur,
new and ll is altogether possible thai
so,ii,. nol already on the lis, will have
to be requisitioned to meel the need.
The new lisi for the nexl four years
win  he drawn  up nexl   December.
was ,,, get the matter laid before the
business men In such a form thai they
would see the need of such an
organization,
P. P. Maxwell was unanimously appointed chairman of the committee
and Rev, A. .1. Brace was elected
secretary-treasurer. Among themselves
Colonial���1). Cochran, Holywood.
Cal.; Charles llurfurd, Morgan City;
E. L. D'Olze, San Francisco: Mrs. and
Miss Dangless, Nelson; Miss A. K. Allen. New Vork; Miss Bradley, New
York; Tin,mas Hubbard, Baltimore;
It L. Curry and wife, Winnipeg.
Cosmopolitan���P.  Stephens,    Hazel-
Wednesday  Evening, April 25
the members of the coi Ittee raised merel  ���'��� M- Callette, Hazelmere;  O
a  sum of money .suffiein,  to purchase   l:- Blackburn, Hazelmere; P. Jack,,,;,,,
twenty-five copies a month for five
months of "Association Men" for distribution.
As needs may arise meetings wlll
be called to pursue the project in
band.
Abie-grove; Angus Mar,en, Vancouver; Wall.,' Scott, Vancouver; Alexander  Mercer,  Chllllwack.
Depot- A. ,;. Campbell, Mounl Sel-
man: George Warwick, Ottawa; A.
Hans,  M.  Belay,  P.  .lack,nan.
Arc You Mated ?
St. Patrick's.
Prof. Alexander
Friday-His .Most Popular Lecture
Love, Courtship,
Marriage and lealousy
Couples "[matched  on  the stap;e at the
close,    Admission 2fSc, 36c and 50c.
Wednesday ���Free   Lecture���Who   Are
Our Benefactors?
Thursday ���Social Fads.
Private Consultations Daily   From
10 a.m., at the Guichon Hotel.    ,
Professor  Entertains.
n.ving to the condition of his voice
Prof, Ai. xander who tor a week pa
has been entertaining large audiences
in St. Patrick's hall has postponed his
famous lecture on "Love, Courtship,
M lage and Jealousy." to Frldaj
evening. This evening he will lecture
on the quesUon, "Who are our Bene
factors?" Thursday evening his subject  will be, "Social Fails."
The audi..ner- lasi nigh, was the largest the professor has harl since opening his Berles In this city, The BUbjecl
was, "The Training <u" Children," and
!'���" ban lied it  in a manner thai  proved
n o '  Instructive and entertaining.
Does This Interest You
Cat Comes Back.
A   lady   on   Eighth   Streel     recently
lost u valuable cal and advertised tor
II through the medium of the News.
Aft, r the Becond issue the cal came
back of its own ir,.,. will, sun there
are those who will say thai advertis
Ing does,,',   pay,
GOOD CLIMATE
SKffiK
IS GOOD SOIL:
il   -r .
;good water
""good crops
"goodlaws���
good health.
Two Great Wrestling Bouts
Wise v*. McDonald       -       ANO       -       Cunningham vs. Mc Donald'
COME AND SEE THE ABERDEEN HIGHLAND DANCERS
A Fine Program of Music, Dancing and Wrestling, all by Local Talent.
Admission 25 Cents
To All Parts of the House
x<��i4f^-*3tt-<_-e~j%^
Seaside Excursions,
if vm, are going to the Old Country
or sending for friends and desire
comfort, travel via C. P, Ry, Atlantic
Lake Erie West St. .lohn, April 28.
2 magnificent new Empresses will sail
in May. For particulars appl to Ed.
Goulet,  0.  P.  R.  Agent.
A Line or'Call at the'Office of
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
New" Westminster,   Vancouver  or   Chilliwack   will give
you interesting information about 100,000 acres
of good land in the fertile~iFraser  Valley
where just these conditions prevail
il ,(
il
POVERTY SOCIAL
UNDER TIIK AUSPICES OF THE
Epworth  League
Thursday Evening, April 26
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' Electric Railway Servicej
- -IN THE-
School Room of Queen's Avenue
Methodist Church
Admission   lo  Building
15c Including Luncheon!
Inter-urban   Line.
Care,   for   Vancouver and way
stations n,  li.ai, ������,i ti.a,, a.m,.
and every hour thereafter be-
tween 8 ;,.���,. and n p.m.
Halt-hour ears Irom   i_:11i. to 7
p.m.
Car.s leave Vancouver tor West
minster at same Hours.
Last ear Saturday ���t 11 p.m.
City Limits Line���Morvieo trom
8.80 a. in. lo 11. p. m.
20 Minute Service���Mo transfer,
llotween 12 and _ and b and 7.
:!(, M,������," :.-�������������� *g&*:
nialnder Ol day.
Leopold Place.
iv iw-:
Sunday   Service   half-hour
tween  8  a.  HI.  and   1" '���
City and SapPerton'
Sapperton Line���lb Ml"''j''ill"'
vice, except *%*��,&
2, and 5 and ,. """"':,.,, i.e
���'ourB    tlie   service  *
half-hourly.
luiir nt"11 '...
Sunday Service   "..- ������
tween 8 a, m. and n !���
| British Columbia Electric Ry- Co"i[i'
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