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City of New Westminster  $260.00 Dally News Pub. Co., Ltd $25.00 	
ltoyal   City   Mills      100.00 Dr. A. J. Holmes    25.00 j
Firemen's Benefit Concer, ....   75.90 T. 8. Annandale   80.00 J. W. Creighton Succeeds James Cunningham"'As   Head
I Major & Pearson   30.001 Dally Nswb Staff  15.0���. /-... .iolio       j*-.            ,��� ~   "" -  ���-_���__��
I west En.i Methodisis     25.00' i-ady Friends  li.oo] ��f the Scho��' Board-Assistance of Police Is
ui. d. Brymner     25,00 Dr. and Mrs. b. D.Sawyer   io.oo! Sought to Compel Attendance
Thorn   Chile,   for   Chinese   Mis- John  Crean      10.00
  slons      16.60 Nels Nelson   10.001
[Mrs. James Anderson of New Westminster Returns From\S^iJS*Z��':::::: ��� "T^T..::::::::::::::: IS
! Alderman F. W. Howay      10.00  W.  S.  Colllsier     10.00,
Alderman W. V. Davles      10.00  0.   0.   Houtilier      10.00
| Alderman Joseph Henley     10.00 Belchenbach Co.,  Ltd 10.00
Idem,an .1. B. .lardlne      10.00 Wm, Johnson     10.00
Alderman Alex. Garrett      10.00 ���'��� B, Phillips    10.00
D. S. Curtis  ���.  10.00 Herbert Qilley     10.00
Thomas l.. Hrtggs    10.00 B. C. Cigar Factory   10.00
c. ii. Sword     10.00 QUley  Bros  lO.ou
J. U. Taylor      10.00  T.  H.  Smilli     10.00
ll. o. Howe     10.U0 K.  A-  Henderson       O.oo
John  Hock          10.00  He v.  W.  II.  Madill        5.00
Of Pupils.
San Francisco Where She Felt the Awful Shock and
Was Sickened By the Sights and  Odors That  Fol-j?j
lowed���Trouble Getting Away  From Ruined City.
Thankful   to  wet   home.'    Well   I recovered  from the first shock  they
niilil say so, and you couldn't offer wenl back Into their house and came
money enough to make me live In away with blankets and bedding pre-
���    district   around   San    Francisco pared to make themselves as comfort-
nil,,"  said  Mrs. James Ami.',sun  of abb-   as   possible   in   anticipation   of
irth streel lasi night, who had just the coming night.
iched home after experiencing the -
.,        , Terrifying  Noise.
. :,���   earthquake and Its   attendant '   a
rrorB,    For some weeks previous to From  the spol   when, the party of
,  tragedy Mrs. Anderson had been which Mrs. Anderson was one had lo-.
i, the doomed city, while her little cated they could look across the city
Robbie was receiving ,,���.���;,, ,, al '""I within twenty minutes of the lirsi
��� ii.is of one of the Ban Pranclsco shock smoke was issuing from a dozen
leal specialists. She states ihat al blocks and  tenements and dozens of
time the earthquake look  place buildings  were lying on  the ground
iveather   was   superb.   The,-., had while others would toiler and as the
a   season     of   very     uncertain various shocks  which  followed  would
ber and people had laughed about rend the earth they would 'niter ana
rapid   changes   (hey   were   expe- cash, for a  time drowning  the sub-
t   ami   wondered   in   a  jesting terranean   rumbling    which    was   so
���Tiiicr the nexl  thing would be terrifying to the listeners,
arthquake. Screams of horror would arise with
each successive Bhock and the Barnes
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | spread  like   wildfire.
lie weather had changed and Dame
...   had apparently dished up hcrj
When  the  Crash  Came.
lather  line
...   ���   article   in   th
i rash can,i'.
v .".. in ,ni Wednesday ������,r���i���g the
11 izens were aroused by an
��� il    and    Indescribable     grinding,
noise, and before they could
in;   conclusion
Ing up,,,,   them
Flameo Spread Furiously.
Before the second nlghl the flames
were   spreading   so   furiously   thai   a
across deep fissures in the asphalt
from iwo Inches to a foot wide.
Enormous Loss of Life.
Fro,,, the ferry to Ten,I, and Eleventh streets, Mrs. Anderson said that
the loss of life musi have been enormous. The immense tenement houses
wblch occupy thai section of the city
were reduced to dusl in an incalculably shorl spa,.- of time and those
thai wer.. not completely wrecked
were soon burning so furiously that
nothing could  save them.
Tidal   Wave  Story.
Tb.. sinry of the tidal wave which
was said to have Bunk several vessels
was a pure fabrication but nearly
eve j one was afraid thai a tidal
wave would con.', upon the city.
Untold   Agonies.
Thr- poorer section of ihe city embracing such sections as California,
Sacramento and Powell streets, was
the sc.-,,.- nf more deaths than would
ever be accounted for, and those who
J. A. Lee   	
ll. Harvey 	
W, c. McQuarrle
A. W. McLeod ....
M. II. McQuarrle .
���I W. Mcintosh ..
It.   .1.   Hickman   ..
.1. Chappe!  	
s. J, Pearce 	
Kohl. Kennedy ...
w. A. Duncan ....
1'.   Fowler  '	
W. J. Walker ....
John  [Coster
John  Held   	
H. Mo'rey  	
R.-v. A. Shildrick
J.  P.  Maxwell   ...
John   Power   ....
10.00 ���'���  B.   Lyle  	
in.uu Hon. w. Norman
Ifl in  Anonymous	
.-.,���!   ll.inlman and Bryson
5.00   W, E, Fab's 	
5.00   H. T. Kirk  	
5.00 Andersonft Lusby     r,.0���
5.00 whii.sj,les & Edmonds     5.00
5.00 J. A. Montgomery       5.0���
5.00 Thos. Gifford, M. P. P    5.00
5.00   II- A.  Fas,man        5.00
.-.uu C A.  Welsh       5.00
5.00  W.   R
���  A.'
��� 00  ���'��� H.  DeBeck        5.00  ,rat0
��� or.  '    C.  Fisher        5.00
- r..i  Roherl   Buckland       5.00
2.50  M.   Sinclair        5.001 tesy
2.50  It.  Murchie
The local school board last night re- ence to the proposed cam for selling
celved the resign,,,ion of its chairman,! forih why a Bcholar is kept over BOhool
lames Cunningham, which was hours, and the board endorsed the ac-
promptly accepted,  Mr.  Cunningham's   tlon.
resignation,  the letter  staled,  was on Empire Day Suggestions
account of the gentleman's disappro- Miss Rogers wrote on behalf of the
val of the policy of the board with re- principals of He schools, making sug-
spect to lhe providing of more school  gestlons and  requests with reference
accommodation.   Vice-chairman W. J. to the proper celebratl r Empire
Crelghton was unanimously elected to day by the sel ,rs ,,f ��������� schools as
endorsed bj the minister ot education.
On account of the pressure of business
lhe vacant position.
Will Enforce Attendance.
The secretary reported wllh reference to the children of school age who
did not attend school or attended very
Irregularly. He had furnished the
chief of police with the list of children,   supplied   by   Principal   Con,ham.
its consideration was left over until a
special meeting.
Manual Training Classes.
On account of the distance some of
the children hnve to walk i��� order to
attend the manual training school, If
The chief had very kindly and prompt-  Wils  agreed  thai  In future Ihe class
ly Investigated each ease, and sent In
a report accordingly. He recommended
thai  teachers lay Information against
some nf ihe parents  who fail to have
Alls,i"         ���'���""  their children attend school, and have
Gilley        6.00   tIitiii 1,rough,  before the police magis-
The board endorsed the aci ion
were fortunate enough to escape with
their    liv.s Buffered    untold   agonies W. E. Brown
my of soldiers who were patrolling] from ������, (,)1(| ,u,.,vy ,,,.w .,���,, ���le ,.,o|.
:.'... dlstricl told them thai they
have  to  leave   the  little  circle  of  bill
boards which  had  served  them  as a
,,, what  temporary shelter and find fresh places
said   Mrs.   of  refuge.
"the   house   rocked   to   iis
f, undatlons with  a  heavy north
t'Ii   motion   thai   made   people
al the stomach, threw them from
'oils    ________________     ___________________________
ler furniture from  side  to side of
om,  eventually  piling them  up
.    c.n,re of the room.    The plas-
torn from the walls and the
< .iim1 down in chunks, filling
"  roomB  with   dusi.
"With one accord the people rushed
���  open air.   Tho first upheaval
���   worsl and longest."
Churches  Dynamited.
Several   of   the   .'Inn eh>\-   an i   high
buildings were dynamited In order to
,    , ,     , .save them  from   tailing upon  and  In-
bedsteads  and
juriiig unsuspecting  people, and  the
bin hoard refuge was pulled down In
OTder    to    cheek
spreading llnuieSi	
parly   then   took   such   provlsons   as
they could  find  in the home and with
their blankets and  such bedding as
i they could raise they made their way
wml1"  of   food.
Chinese   Suffer.
Tl,.. chin..se section of the city was
practically Ignored and thickly herded
as  the    unfortunate   wretches    were
their   congested houses   were .shake,,
down like so many toys and the fire
Btarted  up Blmultaneouslj  and    there
Will never be a way of finding ou, bow-
many of the poor wretches were burned  ,o death or crushed to death  be-
the   advance  of   the'"1-'"1''   ''"'   i'"1"-    Further  than   thai
Mrs. Anderson and I no one    Beemed    to    have    interesl
enough to try and find out.
Refuse to Take  Baggage.
Al  the end  of the second day Mrs.
Anderson made up her mind thai she
McDonald         2.00 J"--   C.   Armstrong     5.00
��� ...  F. .1. Hart &. Co  5.00
$763.50  8-  "���  Thompson     6.00
  Capt. Ackerman     5.00
GAS COMPANY'S  LIST. Prank  S. De Gray    5.00
New Westminster Gas Co $10.00 M:,li!,s and Coulthard   5.00
Dr.  Drew     5.00
Mrs.  W.  E.  Brown     2.00  (!e0-  SCoU     '"'""
Alex.   Mall,.son     5.00
M.   Monk     5.00
.las.  McKay     5.00
E. Brown    2.on
\.  Peter en    2.""
G.   Melln     2.00
Lewis W. Henderson    2.00
!.'.   Bergman     2.00
should be dismissed al 11:30 instead
of 12 as heretofore, and thai all boys
in attendance mus' i���. presenl as
promptly as al anj other class in connection with the Bchool,
Tenders Wanted.
^^_ 1 A resolution was puss.,] ���, ||���  ,���-.,.,
of the secretary, and moved a vote of  thai all repairs be submitted to tender
thanks to Chief Mcintosh for his cour- except minor matters   nol   Involving
5.001t0Sy "n'' BerVlCe' ;m """IIV '"' over W.andthal thesec-
Reports. i clary be empowered to attend to any
Trust.... Peebles stated thai 16 cup- matters "t thai description.
boards  had  been  ordered   for  use  In A" the members of the hoard with
the schools and asked for an extension tne  exception  of   lames Cunningham
of time in which to reporl concerning "'"'' present.
school desks, and other minor matters. A special school board meeting will
The  secretary  reported  with  refer- be held on Saturday evening at 7:30.
Refuge for Chinese.
Ottawa, April 26.���Word was received  from   Washington   today, that   the
Linked States government  would  not  Thos,
accepl   th,   Domini"!,   contribution   of  W. C. Chamberlain
$100,000  for  the  relief of San  Fran-  W.  E.  Brown   	
Mrs. F. W. Howay    5.00
A. Swanson     5.00
Chief .1. 11. Watson    6.00
Ceo.   Scott     5.00
Vanstone Heating   &   Plmhg. Co. 6.00
John Stewari Elgin   5.00
II.  L. DeBeck    5.00
Belyea  A: Co  3.00
Mombray     3.00
Forces     on   Island   of  Crete     Receive
Orders to    Move���R inforce-
ments From Ireland.
Cairo. Egypt, April 20.���A battery
of ib.- Royal Ho,sr- Artillery and Hire.
companies of the Royal Inniskillln fusiliers, now forming part of the British
Explosions   of   Dynamite   Break   Glass
in    Business    Blocks    of
Cisco sufferers. Th.- money will
voted, however, and probably will
yi^nt  direct  to Mayor  Schmidt.
be  n
:,.   i:
II.   Benson        2.50  contingent of the International  forces
over to Twin Peaks, south of the city,  was  going  to  get.  back to  little  old,      .,      .-,__,_.      _.*��,,�����
. , ,   , ,     , . New York Contributes $3,000,000.
where they camped beneath the trees New Westminster as soon aa possible.
of the burning city. Tb,.,, the trouble commenced as iho,"     x"w York' A"lil  -,:'~A linle Iess-
were    very  few    express,,,,,,    doing'��"">  *4""'IHI"  waa  contributed    here
business  and   Mrs.  Anderson   did  notl yesterday  for relief to  the San  Fran-
The scene wa.s a nightmare and the   want,   If  she   could   help  it.  to  leave
smell  of  burning  human   flesh   could  her effects behind her. Man after man
shaken  down.  As  nol be escaped from.    As they passed  ~~���-~~ ~~~~-~������~~~~~~~~
harl in a measure  across Castor Btreet  they had lo step j
Move   Their   Goods.
Mrs, Anderson was living at
li   .,,.1   of  Fourteenth  street
. ���      were   nearly  all   two  and
lory  frame structures and  very
"l   thorn  were
,   as   lhe   peopll
Odor   of   Burning   Flesh.
(Continued on Page Five.)
Women Invade
the British Parliament
cisco sufferers, which means that the
total subscriptions are just shorl of
$3,000,000. The contributions to the
Stock Exchange fund wer.. made pub-
i lie yesterday, showing a total of $119,-
P.   H.   Hole   . .
Westminster Tfr,
A.   E.   White    	
Mclnnes & Kerr  .
T. A. Mulr 	
D.   E.   MacKenzie
Emerson Dry Dock-
II. Ryall    2.00I
D. Grossman .
J. G. Ganion ..
A. .1. Birtch ...
W, E. Sinclair
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Fall; and Seeby
" Wm.   Turnbull        2.00
Volunteers  Lose  Everything. .1.   Carier   Smith        2.00
New   York, April  2,'..���General   Ball-  Wilson  Edmonds        2.00
Ington Booth and Mrs. Mabel Balling-  Lady   Friends        2.00
ton  Booth,  yesterday  received a tele- Hollbrook  Hotel        2.00
gram from Colonel and  Mrs. Duncan
In ih. island of Crete, have been ordered here to reinforce the British
garrison in  Egypt.
The first battalion  of the Royal In-
ntskillln   Fusiliers   is   expected   here
shortlj  from Belfast, Ireland.
Refuge for Chines .
Honolulu, April 20.���Local Chinese
are agitating a plan to bring their
homeless countrymen ln San Francisco
b.re. The proposition is suggested in
the shortage of labor in the islands.
They have filed a petition with the
acting governor asking him to assist
such a plan.
Kelowna. B. C. April 20.- The K.l-
r.v.'iin saw mill was toi.-iih destroyed
by fire last night. The loss le about
$17,000 and Insurance $4,500,
The nigh, watchman had a Barrow
escape from being burned to death.
if a whirl starts up bow from the
north it would yet endanger the town.
A lot. of glass was destroyed in the
business   blocks   f ,  explosions  of
dynamite used in blowing up dry kilns
and lumber piles.
Major Street Dead.
Winnipeg. Man.. April 26.- Major
Street, who came wesl on the firel Riel
expedition, died liis morning. H, had
been active f���, years in military life
in Canada. He was first stationed at
Halifax garrison in the 60's, and at
Fort Eric during the Fenian raid 18BK.
He held a commission in Her Majesty's 10th Foot Bedfordshire regiment
for many years stationed al 0
New   York, April 2C���A special ca-
1 "in London to the Sun says: The
���   of commons late las,  night wit-
' I one of the mosi remarkable of
many   noteworthy   Bcenes.   .lames
Hardy, the labor leader bad Intro-
' I a motion in favor of woman sul-
'   'ieI the debate was going ,���, in
Islless  n,an,,er  for  and   against   11,
suddenly as Samuel  Evans was
Igalnsl   It,  a   shrill   derisive,
!   hear"   was   beard   through  tho
K'hlch   screens  the   women's   gal-
"I silence followed as Mr.  Kvnns
I 'I and the Btartled members eyed
n'lery to see whence the sound
��� The Indignant faces of women
ag through the grill soon revealed
""lee of the intern,],tion and the
tlieinls of the house stood ready
II from amazement at the unpre
cedented female hardihood. Then the
house simultaneously burst into a roar
of laughter.
This acted upon the occupants of
Ibe gallery at once. Cries of "Divide,
Divide". "You'll talk it out," and:
"Justice for the women," came through
the grill and a white banner whicb figured al :i recent meeting of the Woman's Suffragists at Albert hall, was
thrust through the grill unfurled audit,,,, this
Shaken by angry hands. On 1, was the
Inscription:   "Vote  tor  the  Women."
The house continued iis laughter ami
lhis seemed   to throw   into ,, frenzy
the   suffragists   who   resumed   their
I shouting.
On., of the,,, cried scornfully:
"Shame,  yon  Liberal  loving liberals."
Meanwhile lhe speaker had ordered
the galleries cleared.
A police Inspector and ten constables went to carry out the order. The
women, led by Miss Kenny, who lately caused a street scene outside the
prime minister's residence, whieh end-
Alex. Bell    2.00
in charge of the Volunteers of Amer-  ���'��� ���'��� McKay & Co  2.00
lea in San Francisco stating tba, loss   Alf. Turner  2.On
sustained   by  the  Volunteers  was  vir-  |;-  W.  Biggs     2.00
of herself and  ihree   tually total. So far as known all of the , D.   D.   Bourke     2.00 | 000 over las,
princi,mis ,,r the Volunteers were safe.' ���u"-   Qlll)i     2-0y : ���	
 o  ' Fred L. Hacking  2.001
ed in the arrest
companions, did not resist the inspector's polite request to quit and go outside. In their hasty departure they forgot I heir banner which is now among
the trophies of lhe parliamentary police. The cxpulsiou of lhe deiiionstra- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tors   was  uot   without   a   proles,.  Wil-   death, as a result of the San Francisco
Moosejaw Grows.
Moosejaw, Sask.,    April 20.���Moose-
jaw's assessment this year totals $4,-'
100,000.   This is an increase of $1,260 -
Lost Steamer Turns Up.
New York, April 211.���S, earner Marco
Mlnghettl arrived here todaj nearly a
week overdue.
Jimmy   Britt   Loses   Sister.
Ham Redmond declared that it was a
breach of decency lo tarn them out
li.! no, meel ihe speaker to
whom the traditions of lhe house are
par,,mo,,,,,. The debate was adjourned.
Fi,rile,���   in   lhe   day   lhe  same  agitators clash.- I    with the    police in    Ihe
streets. Their taking positions ,���, Lud-
gale Hill among ,J,e street hawkers to
sell female suffrage pamphlets caused
such a crowd lo assemble lha, they
blocked the traffic. The police compelled the won,,',, to move on. All bul one
���f ibe demonstrators abandoned their
mission bul the lasi one held out until the police bad dislodge,! her from
fifteen  differ..nl   places.
fire, of Mamie
Britt,  pugilist.
Britt, sister of Jimmy
Thos.  Freeman   	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ E. W. Cook    1.50
San Francisco, Cal., April 26.���Word Salman & Johnson  1.00
came from San Mateo yesterday of the II. n. McKenzle   1.00
Mrs. T, II. Lay    1.00
F. E. Broad  1.00
W.   McRae     1.00
J. C. Cornish     1.00
,).   Burdette     1.00
Mrs.   Ankers      1.00
.1.   K.   Brown     1.00
.1.    Young      1.00
.I.   M.   Kenny      1.00
Soldiers On Sentry
Mysteriously Killed
New York, April 26,���When the
guard relief marched to Post 8 In the
For,   Hamilton   reservation   yesterday
duty on which both tragedies took
place begins .il midnight and ends at
S   In   the  morning.   H   is 'list.ml   Horn
the barracks and is one of the lonllast
to relieve Private Alfred Cargswell of  _ogtg patroljed ;l, _lght. Nothing was
Buildings and     Saw Mills Are
Wrecked   by    California
Coast Artillery
McDonald        1.00111   found    the soldier
II. McKenzle       1.00   wound   in  bis head
aise Insurance Rates
All Over United States
aSO, Ills,, April 26���The Tribune| the  Western  Union, ibe large exeou-
"There will be general advance' Hvo body, of the wosl, decided that In
���'' Insurance rates In cities of the'11'8 face of I)roSent conditions, an ad-
ed m,i   , ,    ,, . , Vance must be made.
1 states In the near future to en-     ,,   , ���,,   , ,,,,,,
, ,. Eastern Officials have advised  llieir
"Uianies to recoup in a measure   western   men   to   prepare   for   the   In-
.,,' an Francisco losses. A meeting  crease and  the meeting approved  the
I    western  managers was held in
pago yesterday to discuss ihe sit-
Tne governing committee    of
Company officials at
the east    decided that
should go Into eftjet simultaneously
all over tho country. To that end they
ask.d the Western Union to send a
committee of five to New York to attend a general meeting to determine
the nature and plan of action wllh a
similar committee from the south.
Presldenl J. W. Cofran of the West-
i meeting In era Union said that the western coni-
the   advance mlttee win be appointed today.
San Francisco. Cal.. April 20.���News
has jus,   been  received   of damage  by
earthquake of April   is, in northern
counties of tho state.
In Lakeport Lal,
shock was fell at 5 ^^^^^^^^^
considerable damage. A large portion
of the lire wall of the I.akevlew hotel
crashed through tbe brick annex. The
iwo story brick walls of the Masonic
hall in course of construction were reduced to ruins. Several Other brick
blocks were cracked. Chimneys toppled over throughout the town and
show windows of business houses for
the whole length of Main street were
shattered. No one was injured
F. I.. Webber 	
A   Friend     I.oo
Mrs.   Kelas     1.00
Cash    1.00
S.  J.  Davison     1.00
w. \. Oarty  f.. i.oo
II.   Dorer     1.00
R. C. Purdy    1.00
county, a  severe  Alex.   Speck     1.00
10 a. in., which did  ���'��� '<��� Merchant    1.00
A.  Vachon     1.00
Geo.   Vernon     1.00
Harry  Zuoohero    1.00
doing sentry duty,  known of the death ot either sentry
wllh    a    bullet   until  the relief discovered  lbe  bodies.
nnd his arms ������  No shots were heard. The death ot Von
1.00 i tbe ground beside him. On the morn-; Clash,, was supposed ,��� he a suicide
Ing of April 12, when the relief march- and the affair ceased to become a theme
ed to tbe same post at the same time <>r great Interesl among the artillery-
,o relieve Private Julius Von Glashn, men. The discovery of Cargswell's
ii found Voh Glashn will, a bullet] body yesterday on the same post and
wound through his head. I in the same manner caused the com-
Tbe post runs along the bluff over-! mantling officer lo put  secret  service
looking Gravesend Bay and tbe hour of. men to work.
Acknowledgement Received.
W.   K.  Vanstone,    chairman    of the
ei,izens' San Francisco relief committee   received   the   following  telegram
At Albion, Maddock county, a heavy ]thls morning from San Francisco:
shock was felt at 5:12 n. in. The peel-i    To    W. E. Vanstone,    Chairman of
dental hotel was wrecked. All the big! Citizens' Relief Committee,
saw  mills  In    this  region    are badly j New Westminster, B. C.
damaged. Tbey will have to shut down      Thanks  for  kind telegram  advising
for some time. . re  shipment,  of  canned  goods,  flour,
So fnr ns can be learned there were; blankets, etc.
no Jives lost. E. E. SCHMITZ.
Labor Leaders Intend
To Prevent Disorder
Paris,    April 20.���The    government. He  was  really  aware    thai   violence
has  received the most positive assur-! prejudices  the    Socialist  cause.    We,
therefore, are convinced thai there will
llsorders,  general   or   isolated.
know that the labor party
 Violence and does not
that there is not the slightest danger : aura -u-   ~��...  vlo,e" ,
of  serious  trouble.  A government of-  intend   that   there  shall v
������1 have talked with   lence and  because the,   . r    i  a >
word  prac- prevent disorder even If It is attempt
ance that the labor leaders do not in
tend to permit any disorder on May 1. ��� be  no
Accordingly the government's view is . because w
e is not the slightest danger | does not want
ficlal said today:
a  Socialist   leader
Ically is law among tne workmen. He
said tho demonstration of May 1 will
be rigidly confined to a dignified pacl-  bassy and
flc expression In favor of 8 hour labor. J view.
The officials of the American em-
consulate take    a similar
Read This!
White an 1 Red Handkerchiefs, regular 15
cents 5c
Cotton Socks, regular 15c, 4 pair for.. 25c
Canvas Gloves, regular 15c, 4 pair for 25c
Quilts, regular $1.50 65c
Men's 35c and 50c Braces 15c
Boy's Knickers 25c
-   All Our Goods are Up-to-Date   -
Here's Another
Come in and see our line of Suits-
Prices Cut in Half.
Men's Pants, regular $1.75 and $2 for
The Westminster Clothing Co.
Next Royal Bank of Canada, Columbia Street.
Having Purchased a Portion of the Damaged Stock of
C. F. Jackson & Co. Ltd.
of Vancouver, Retiring From Business
For the Low Price of 40 Cents on the Dollar, Will Commence
Friday Morning With One of the
Boys' Linen Collars ^
Still Another
Men's Working Shirts, Regular $1.00,
45 Cents.
Fine Line of Negligee Shirts, reg. $1.25
50 Cents.
Balbriggan Underwear the Suit
75 Cents.
Greatest Sales Ever Held in This City
....See Our Prices Before Going Elsewhere....
Best Canadian Manufacture
Then Some
Men's Suits, Special $3.75
Men's $2.00 Shoes $1.00
Special Bargains in Straw Hats.
Men's  Four-in-Hand  Ties,  regular 35c,
now 2 for 25c
Biggest Bargains in Blankets ever offered
in the city.
Flanelette Blankets, $1.25 75c
Steamer  Moana    Will  Carry    Letters
From California Postotfices
to Australia.
Se,r He, Wash., April 25.���Postmaster George M. Stewart has heen
advised by a letter from ihe post-
ruasier of the San Francisco office
that Seattle will he temporarily the
Iran-fer point for all mail to Australia
nnd the Orient.
The Pacific  Mall  st earner  Mongolia
has  beet,   pressed   into  Bervice  us  a
hospital    .ship which    will    postpone
Australian    sailing for    three    weeks. ���
Mail for Australia will be carried by j
the steamer Moana, sailing from Van-;
couver.     April   27.     Mail   for     China.
Japan,   and   the   Philippines   will   be
carried   by   ihe   Mlnneso,  which  sails
ApTil 23.
On account of lhe quantity of mail
received from San Francisco the Seattle office has already loaded several
truck loads on the Minnesota. A sealed car of mall for Australia passed
through Seattle yes,erday bound for
Identified Dead.
Washington, April 25.���The war department today received a telegram
from Gen. Greely, dated Fori Mason
yesterday, giving a further list of dead
as follows:
Albert I). Saechter.
Margaret Mil.-.-.
Anne Mary Potrig.
Unidentified man.
Joseph W. Aelil.
Jens Cerronson.
Mei. Mecklulr.
K. M. Mausen.
Patrick Dockery,
Dennis T. Sullivan.
Bernard Shay.
Jules K. Auzi.
Amelio Marco.
T.   A.   Hustell.
r.Iolu,  Faurth.
Francis Merrier.
Teresa Roches.
Two hundred and twenty-one injured are being eared for at Iho general hospital In the Presidio, and 784
at the park emergency hospital, making 1,006 injured so far reported.
Half Not Told.
ki Paso, Tex., April 26.���"Pope"
Schrader, claiming to be the head of
lhe "Divine CathOllc Church," and
known throughout the West as a
"divine healer," reached here yesterday, fleeing from Sun Francisco. He
said ho feared his entire family waH
lost and nol half lhe horrors of the
disaster have been  reporl oil.
F.I Paso I,ids fair to become overrun j
wllh refugees I'm,,, San Francisco. Every train  is bringing  many penniless
refugees, the relief committee fumish-
i'ng them transportation here. It may
he necessary to raise funds to help
them. Th.- Maccabees yesterday start-
��� .i i movement among all Texas
lodges of th.- order to raise funds to
assist lheir San Francisco members.
Th.- sum will be sent to the California
state commander.
Mother Goes Insane.
Pittsburg,    April    25.-���Mrs.    A. C.
Prltchard,   wife  of  a San  Francisco
mine, and who with her husband was
on  her  way  home to San  Francisco,
became suddenly Insane at the union
station     here  last  night,    when  she;
alighted to get some fresh air.    The|
Pritchards are hurrying to San Fran-
Cisco with the expectation of finding
their three children dead in the ruins
of their home.   The children were left
with a governess and a Bister of Mrs.
Prltchard when the Pritchards went to |
Europe last. December.
Landing in New York today the
Pritchards learned Ihat their home'
had been destroyed before any of the,
occupants had an opportunity to get
on,. Mr. Pritchard said tonight his
information was that the governess
was dying in a hospital and from I
whal he has heard he has no hope
of  seeing  his  children  alive.
Al the station Mrs. Pritchard
shrieked anil moaned until she was put
luto the ear, when a physician pass
enger volunteered to care for the case.
Oil Fields Saved.
Los Angeles. April 25.���California's
oil fields hav.- nol suffered by the
earth,),lake in the southern par, Of
ll,.- .state.
This is the statemenl ,,f officials of
various petroleum companies whose
fortunes are concerned In this state.
The reporl also Is reassuring to
citizens generally. The Industry
means much to California, ln other
states tremblers have shu, off the
How of oil or have brought In salt
wat"r, the deadly enemy of petroleum
wells. Neither of these catastrophes
have occurred In this state.
Matteucci Says    It Seems to Assume Character of Dead
economics. E. DeBeck, of Alert, just arrested. Tho assailant escaped.
Bay. B. C, heads the pass list for the. A hat which the thug dropped leads
degree of Bachelor of Arts, with A. N. the detectives to believe he is Frank
Smith, of Vancouver, in second place, Smith, who yesterday escaped from
and Kate II. McQueen, of Vancouver,'the Portland jail hy climbing hand
in tenth. E. McCiugan, of Langley, B. j over hand some distance along a tole-
C  and   H.  T.   Logan, of Vancouver, phone wire.    Posses searched the sur-
are ln the honor
list   of the   second
Mischief in Toronto.
Toronto, April 25.���Loaded cartridges were found in the moulding
sand at thc works of the Ontario
Wind Engine & Pump company, corner of Alliance avenue and Liberty
street, this morning. On Tuesday
evening   an   explosion occurred    when
Naples, April 25.���Prof.    Matteucci,
director     of   the   royal    observatory,
yesterday  succeeded  in  reaching the
crater of Vesuvius.    He described the
spectacle as one of  great grandeur.
The diameter of the crater, which before the eruption was about 100 feet,
is now about 5,000 feet.    There is nol
eruption of incandescent stones as be-1
fore the recent outburst, bul  a small |
quantity of ashes is being ejected.
Vesuvius seems to be assuming thfij
character of a dead volcano. The conei
of the crater, which before the erup-j
lion rose to a height of (i,000 foet I
above the sea level, has diminished
1100 feet.
Alexander on Benefactors.
Last nlghl Prof. Alexander delighted those who heard his lecture onl
"Who Are Our lien,'factors?" at St.'
Patrick's hall. He held that the greatesl benefactors were not those who
by grinding down their employees ,,,
a mere living wage accumulated wealth
and ihen give to some church or public work but rather a just share to
those who had by their Industry helped earn it. bul better siill and above
all were ihose parents who bring Into
the world children and who s>, guide
and guard them as to help them develop Into noble men and women. Tonighl he gives ano, her free lent nr.- on
Social Fails, ami Ion,orn,w evening
every,me is anxious to hear his great
lecture on Love, Courtship, Marriage,
and Jealousy. In this lecture he explains how to tell a flirt or Jealous person. When temperaments should ami
should not mary, popping the quest ion
and how to manage the mother-in-law.
and at the close will match or un-
match couples on tho stage. The admission will be 25 and 115 cents.
country    all    day    without
Andrew Donates.
Toronto, April 26.���Andrew Carnegie
has donaled $50,000 to Victoria Methodist college, Toronto, for library. The
board of governors today accepted the
gift and will provide another fifty thousand for its maintenance.
Kills Policeman.
Oregon   City,   April   25.���Policeman
Hanlon was shot  and Instantly killed
yesterday by a burglar whom he had
Farm  Laborer Suicides.
Qu'Appelle, Susk., April 25.���William Plet, a young cngllsh farm laborer, shot himself in a fit of despondency this morning. He has heen in the
west several years, and had no relatives  in  Ihis  country.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
A fine programme and lots of fun at
the Poverty Social next Thursday at i
Queen's Avenue Methodist school
Electric   Plants
Mills and Factories
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.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Electric Supplies. Wires, Cords, Etc. |
Incandescent and  Arc  Lamps.
Write us for   Estimates   on  complete Plant.
Large Stock of Supplies and Apparatus carried
at Vancouver and Rossland.
Shingle and Saw IHj
The Schaake Machine Works, Lti
New Westminster, B. C
Killed by Gas.
Ilarrietsvllle, Ont., April 25.���A well-
known well-digger of St. Thomas, was
overcome by gas this morning In    a
molten metal was being run Into! mO-foot well being sunk for Vv". N. Nor-
ris, near the C. P. tt. station here, and
fell 70 fee,. The body was recovered.
Hs Is survived by a wife in St. Thomas.
| Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. |
the moulds. No one was seriously injured, however. On Wednesday morning a window of thc moulding shop
was found open where a person placing cartridges had entered. Fortunately Iho sand was carefully sifted
over prior tO the work, revealing
about a dozen loaded military cartridges. The firm has offered $500 re-
war,I for Information leading to the
conviction of the offenders.
B.  C.  Students  Head  List.
Mil,I,'eai,   April  25.���In   the   Far',!,,.
nf Arts results, posto 1 at McOlll ' i
day 1). E. MoTaggttrt, ol Vancouver,
heads  the  honor lisi in   history and
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame in Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way" Route of the Famous Ortenta
I Lim'"'
JFor detailed information, rates, etc., call on or W
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
J THURSDAY,  APRIL 26, 1906.
I    v
Mens' Clothing: Dept
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
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	
The 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.
The Big Clothing House
Bargains! Bargains!
,.? ..���.;���
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L->  N
-   -   LADIES'   -   -
Black Shoes
As Worn This Season.
$2.25, $3, $3.S0, $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
war. srKK^vssarnrsmsm: ir^ssKsxssaxaBsr. ���virxxrv!!iTtt��itmz��A^.
ading Shoe tlous
OP:'' TO<VS iVTOOTBTOIT-''i��&* -S3.
tor the fa," that it would be a serious   money an.l the wrecking of the Insti u-
breach  of  professional etiquette,  and   tion by those in charge of It.   11 Is to
the ethics of all    reputabl    be hoped, however, that any reason
i Nev.   Xorl   ]���:���. ning  Po    I
tt a      of the future of San    Fran-
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offices   corner   of   Sixth   ami   Front schools.   The editor of this paper Is| able delay, necessary to   secure from | c|sc0? The peopie 0f that city wlll not
Streets, New Wesl minster, D. C. pleased  to have suggestions made to
Editor   and   Mgr. . Edward   D.   Sawyer him at all limes, and will in every in-
__  stance comply -with them, when i, lies
fcnsines- office 	
the holdings all that can be made out! cry   fJV(.,   spUt   mllfc    -,-���,.  g0M   .,,,,,
of them, will be the policy followed by]     indsons of those pioneers who cross-
��� San Fi and ico will be n built and
will become a greater and finer cltj
i ban before. Nothing Bhorl of I he .. '���
tlon of San Francisco hay could
prevent it. The bay maib- tho clt)
in  much the  same way that   an Insig-
W. R. Gilley, 'Khone !-<:-*.
J. R. tillley, Tnone 1-4* J
the  liquidators,  and   that   the  people
throughout    the     Dominion  who    pu,
money  in  this concern in  good
���������' :>���:}������'��� "i
In his power to do so, without often I-
.. :   .-      ll!e,,riS     I     ..frl'iierS     ___________*      _________*     	
now   following  the  profession  of  hisI faith,  may  ultimately  obtain  a
adoption.    The editor of this paper is   proportion of it again.
   a graduate physician and surgeon and:  ���-
"...il.   nol  following tbe occupation at DISEASED FRUIT TREES.
present,  he Btlll holds tho profession!
"       In the highest regard, and would  nol
nlficant river ma le Chicago. All the
splendid energy which has been tnani-
���   ���' !  here  since the days of  For,
ed the continent in prairie schooners             _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_���
. ,     ,    ,     .,    splendid energy which has been tnani-
maj  be    u i maintain the family   . _t_" v__    _, lt__   ,"      _,  ���__,
; r litions  ol   courage,  to  remain  un-
en Ity.   All     rly they are
Irawlng plans I ,r a new and finer Kan
Francisco.    One obstacle to their .���-
Dealers in
THURSDAY    APRIL 26,  1006.
The committee having In charge the
relief work for the San Francisco sufferers have accomplished, in a remarkable short space of time, a work
that borders on the marvellous.    One
car   load   of   provisions   bas   already .,._.,,,,,, ���
oar ' .        .,,,,.  various  subjects,  he  will  gladly  give
reach.- i    Its destination,   and anothei
ll"u-" ,. ,     ���,.���  their manuscript due prominence with-
one almost   ready for shipment    rhe
finance committee has indeed been an
active one, and the supply committee
Residents ol  British Columbia, who
has been enabled to proceed al will,
with whatever purchases the. de lr, I
to make being able to depnd ,,��� the
money    end   to    a  certainty.    Over
$2,000 'n cash i^ in sight, and promises
������ing $1,000 more pledged,   The
district,  too,  has fallen  ln  lino  and
guaranteed Its full qu ,ta of Buppll ���.-.
thus assuring the commitl f anoth
er full car load. Each and everj com
mlttee Is working in perfect harmony,
ami   moeli  I io.I   is I 'i,,a  accomplish. .11-
Rt. !l"r ���     i il the loss will nol be as gn i
t anticipated.   Much, ii would
Public approval, .says the Vancouvei
Province, cannot too strongly support the efforts which ate being
made by the Dominion and provincial
inspectors to establish the fruit-pro- . "
ducing Industry, in British Columbia,
on a sound basis, and in ibis connection the cremation yesterday of a
and   if   the   friends    of  the  Sreat mass of fruit trees infected with
disease is a matter for much satisfaction. These trees, imported from tho
United Slates and Japan, were found
,o be infected with various kinds of
.ales, which -would no, only pre> ml
the production of wholesome fruit,
bul would corn,],, in a very brie]
time the healthy orchards of the
province. The great st rides which the
ar.- intersted in the liquidation of the  Industry    is  now making    in  British
v hit. Loan, will bo gratified al   Columbia render II necessary thai the
the   optimistic   view   which   Is   being   :''""-;   vigilance  shoul.l   be  given   to
the  character   of   the   trees   planted.
under any circumstance cast the
ispe lon againsl It, or write
on subjects thai come Btrlctly under
the care of his brother physicians in
N ' ���.    Westmlnsi i :.     The   physicians
:. i   sui geons   of   ihis   city   are   men
eminently qu illfi, d and men of sterlin
won 1,
i        of this paper wlll consult with
them, and requesi   them to writ,   on
oi ��� editorial commenl
lerprise will be a widespread prejudice
-��� San Francisco as a place of
residence. There Is not a city in ,b''
world In which men do not take
their chanc, - against fire; but they
ire relucl in to encounter also ,he
of heavy earthquakes. Some
years mus' pass, therefore, before
peo le fori i ie devastation ot 1906
and feel secure in their homes by the
Pacific, la ' ie mean,in.". San Fran-
t co '������ Ill lo tless develop a type of
architecture especially Intended to
withstand the shock of earthquake.
Anothei i I tele will be the con
tlon of rivals. As a shipping porl
San Francisco has recentlj had two
professed competitors, San Pedro, neai
Los Angeles, and Seattle. The claims
of San Pedro should not, however bo
taken too n riously, for though millions have been Bpenl on the harbor
there, no amounl  of money can everj
Dearborn would have accomplished little had it he.-,, exerted a, a less desirable  point  on   Lake  Michigan.
Tbe total property loss al San
Francisco i.s unknown. So is J he
amount of recoverable Insurance. It
may In- taken for granted that all the1
money needed tor necessary reconstruction can ii" borrowed. Bul the
amounl required will be large, the
interest rate higher than i, was, and
the cosl of building mai.-rials and
labor abnormally high. Under these
circumstances the merchant who has
to rebuild his house ami store will
! he likely to rebuild on a moderate,
Inexpensive scab'. None of the hand-
.' ��� bull lings of Chicago were pul up
soon after the fire. They were bulll
manj y, ars later, after the debts incurred  because ot the flre bad  been
paid off.
San Fianclsco wlll be a greater and
finer'Clty th in II was, bul ii is hard to
believe    thai   thai    can  be    brought
aboul    in    live   years.     What   it    took
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. O. FOttery Co. sewer pll >. etc. .
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co. ;
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot,
'Phone 1-b ,
taken in connection with the winding  ";"  cnaracter   oi   me   trees   pianieu.  makt. it, wat���rs ,IS H.lfL. all(1 hlll,,.i0ck.; Ilillf   a   ^tury   to   build   up   cannol
up proceedings.   It Is hardly likely, of! Success primarily depends upon this.  ,.r, ������ .,_ ,,,���K ������ ���,���hi��� ,h��� ������,.! easily   be   replaced   by  all  the   bard.
ed as those which He within the Ool-
course, thai tin' Investors will ge, out
.., the in itltutlon all thai they pul  In
ll.   'I hi - would be too much to exp, i
Bul  there seems to be good reason ,���
along the various lines. Regular me.
Ings a,.- being held -very other night I go(>m| depend_ upo_ -he !���,���,������,,, .,,���,
in the board of trade rooms, so that!,         .. _^-^-H _^_1
the beads of each committee are in
absolute touoh with the situation. The
railroads, steamship lines, and tramways an- alBO adding their asslslunci
The telephone company through Its
resident director,Mr, J. C. Armstrong.
has furnished services free. The teamsters, livery men, in fact every line of
husin.-.ss or enterprise, seems to vi.
will, one another for the successful
outcome of the mission  in hand.
Reporls from the up country districts show the sa,,,.- condition of affairs, and the Bame active interest being 1ake��� tor this great cause, and it
if ihe orchards are diseased il Is im-
II le    to expect  the    frull   ,,, be
wholesome,  and   nol   only   lb.-  foreign  _^___-_^_^_-^_^_-_-_^_-_-_^_-_-_-_-a
r   d.  In ;.    I hen, too, the ell    I   a
ian   the   horn.-   markel   would   qui
i cov, r ibis and rejeel their pr,
The ho.a- of the Industry lies in iho
watchfulness  of  the officials  supplemented  by  the  Intelligence and  care
of   the   fruit   growers,    ll    is   a   not-
ludgmenl   ot  the  mon  who  have  the
ic'.'edings   under   llieir ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
control, and  who  by refusing to be able facl  thai  '< considerable proper-
Ighl     m into disposing of the , Uon "f the.tree! ln>P��rted. not  "n]y
'���n Gate.
The barbo if S al le i- all thai can
dc-.-ir- 1. 'I hen, too, the city Is al-
��� m i,,,,., of the Northern
Pacific in the Qreal Northern, and
the St. Paul will . oon be addi d I - the
lis'. The ; I, ol i "f Seattl, ire
fond ol boastlpg thai tbey will soon
1, ave  '..'-  ; art  of  San  Francisco  fai
grinding work thai the leading men
i ���' San Frani Isco can pack Into five
years, if II can be done, great will
i ��� the glory of San Francisco and lis
chief citizen i,
Now thai an English princess is
behind in the race for business. Be-! -boul to adopt Spanish customs, It is
ilih- is liviy and enicrprlsing. ll  can   Interesting to learn that according to
hastlly, may realize much more from from the United States but from East- ||i|ml,,. ;| ,arg(   ,,..,,-,,,..  ,������  ,,������,. -ha-   Spanish   ens',,,,,   the  bride  w      .
them than 11 was a, flrsl supposed thev ''''" Canada is tainted and utterly un- on��� eaTthqUake win be nt.,u-,i ,., pul   vide all the house linen tor her new
would   bring.     Among those  who  are m  tor ��s''-    Ttie Impression seems to ,,    .||K.,i(|   o{   s.m    Prancisc0,         Tne   home,   while   the   King  Of  Spain   will
mosl sanguine as to the resull is the "xi"i '" ,h" nurseries i��� these piacs t,,ason5. fl||. thl, strengti, ���r gan ].-,,���   present   her   with her   wedding and
former president and manager Joseph \h'''. ,;'n;v',llinf, ls  R0,'"1,  en��    .,    f'" clsco are not  far to seek.    A glance|flve other gowns. Some of the dresses
Crushed Bone as
Produces Big Results
i At Prices to Suit the Lightest
Phillips, at present enjoying his liberty
liriilsh Columbia, and  despite the  re-
 ^^^^^   _^_^_^_^_^_^_�� I   H  _H  snow's  no |       	
on bail, lie has he.-n drawing attention   j"(',i"'1' i" the |,i'sl' of n""'h "';"  lma  t.w.-en   San   Francisco   bay  and   Pugel | London, who made th
harbor be-1 have  been   entrusted   to   a   tailor
lirst gown for
to the extent ot the real estate invest- been sent us by them, they slill insist _ound Earthquakes "or no'earthquakes"   the   princess,   as   well   as  all  of   ._
>">,t of the Loan Company and to the "".f"^0^!.,^ ^ ��??1"8_. _""  the   traffic   through   a   wide  area   ot  beautiful confections which she wore
future  the  property  possesses.    This
land, which  Is situated in one of the
certalnl}   reflects great credit, on the "r
rapidly growing residence dis,,'lets of
a good cause.
The editor of the  Dally  News  has
Toronto, must undoubtedly, if improved, and i, could be improved a, comparatively slight cos,, rapidly Increase
in value, Whether the shareholders
and Investors in the company would
be satisfied to wail the period neces-
fuse   I hey   could   not   dispose   of  anywhere  else,
The   Inspectors draw   attention to
the  fact   that  the  Importations from
country, from Shasta  on the north toldurlng   the   King   of   Spain's   visit   to
Bakersfleld  on  the south, (lows na,,,-; London lasi   year.
rally through the great cent ral  val
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ California to San Francisco. Wa- Social Democrats have resolved to
Fiance, Germany and Holland are al- tor ,.,���������. ,nul r.|U route. converge begin an agitation among German te-
mosi   invariably  excellent,   and   this there    The ry ,g amMlng,y fer. male domestic servants with the objeel
being  the  case,  our  people  would  do   ���        ��� ^^^^* ^^^^^^^^^���
hener to deal will, the people of Europe than with those of our owti
continent,   whose  trade  instincts  have
Reichenbach Co., Ltd-
it is that, while water runs: Bavaria, where Ihey have already en-
hill,    San    Francisco,    despite | rolled    a  large    mim w.    A  certain
tile.    Th.-  development of irrigation I of organizing them into a sort of trade
works will make it even more product-  union. They hav.- begun operations in
Ive.   Thu
beeu  requested  by a number of sub- sary for this increase to make up Uie ^e7d7velo7e7��o"s7cVrdog7eVthaI 4��Wn
������.,,,���,. .��� wri,,. ., aeries of editorials  deficiency in the funds created by uns- *         ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_^_^^^_
sciibeis lo write ,, series or efiiionais . ,,,,.���,.,,,.     ._rt  they cannot, bo honest, ,     , , |W...���rP���a agitation,    and    with    several    other
..,-.-      ....��   ....  ��..,,r,���   ..���h    ���,,-..-��,-  manageinen ,   s a   other manrr.    An.l     :'" .
���u     "Disease,     its origin  and     treW    uiauas - ,.,.,���_.���,���    , .   h   ladles Is about lo begin her campaign
T   " ft *n'T 22**2 i:,;;:-'"',":':' t     ,��� Cream tb. purest at the West- (Chicago  Tr. ,, in various  parts of the country.   A
, alan,ity and misfortune, Is bound tol^rauleln Grunberg Is tho leader of the
: ,. ��� ......    .-. .  pros) ercus,
existence to advocate the cause of domestic servants. Mistresses are dreading this innovation. "The Tattler"
might be an appropriate name for a
journal devoted to backstairs news?
It is not generally known that  Lord
Villlers, whose engagement lo Miss Ivy
daughter ��"['
just been announced, '��� v
and heir ���,' the Earl oM #
kc Lord ana p.
ml visltoi  ,.,������
iho  fi"1'0113
H   an   owner  o,   tho
bank iu London.
Lady    Algernon
latter, who,
non, Is a frequen THURSOAY, A^RIL 25. 190..
And use the only good Paint made, S.W.P. Sold at
H. T. KIRK, Hardware and Tinsmithing
Local News Briefly Told
Just arrived - a new stock of
Prices $2.50 up
Also "Blue Yeddo" and ' 'Green Arcadia" stock patterns in Dinnerware. If you are using either of
these patterns and require mure to complete your
set, now i.s your opportunity.
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       ....       ADAMS & DEANS.
Phone 138 tor Ice Cream. *
a. Ritchie lefl this morning tor his
bome in Whonnock.
.1. McTavisb lefl tor Langley this
morning on the steamer Ramona.
p. Jackman wenl up river this morning ,��, the Ramona to Qre, n's landing.
Mrs. Albert.-.,,,, of Westham Island
arrived in town this morning on the
-iearner Rlthet.
.Miss Wood arrived yesterday from
, Scotland and Is a guest of Mrs. George
; Aria,,is, Twelfth str, e
Leave your orders for Ice Cream a
iir>' Creamery. *
Guy Longman of this city left this
morning for Chllllwack on the steamer
forms. Seattle is air, _, one
en i   o    :���   other.
Mrs. I lowney of Se ittl,   is a guesl
of Mrs, C.  Dlgbj  o      i    Mb,     Cre
Toggei :��� of any kind will render the
wearer liable to a heavy Hne al the
Poverty Social ou Thursday, 26th.
H.  Pierce nl' Vane i iver was a pass-
i, ,    1' . im ,i
1 an I none were willing ,��� take
trunks. Thej said thai bey bad lost
their things and she was no better
than anj one else thai she should
save hers. Al last a man came along
enger to Ladner this afternoon on the wi,n ��� Eab and an old borSo ,���.,, ,(l(lk.
steamer Rlthet, o��� a short business ,.,i tta ,������������,,���, it naa ao, Been ��� blle of
trl1'- food   sine,,  tbe  lire  starn',1  anil  afler
Last evening a man w,,s running to some demur agreed to take the trunk
catch the Vancouver car and as he was to the wharf, ;, distance of fourteen
passing over the Iron grating on Col- I,locks tor the small sum of $16.
uml,la street ln front    of F.  Broad's
Carpets! Carpets!
$10,000 Worth to Choose From
1.25 up
5.00 up
Jute Squares, 9x12	
Art Wool Squares, 7-6x3	
Art Wool Squares, '.'xn	
Other M/e.s, 9x10-6 and 9j 12,
Tapestry Squares, 9x9, from  -IH.
Those handsome Velvet Milton snd uminster Squares 2500 un
Carpet Kelt, Corrugated Paper, Hygenic Underfelt and Stair Pads.
235 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front  Streets,  Uupont   Block,
butcher .shop, it gave wu> causing bim
to fall about four feel to the Km,,,el.
Beyond a severe snaking up the man
,i was a pass- waa uninjured arid after reporting the
matter to the police he u.-���, 1,1s way.
W. P. Roberta   of Vancouver   win.
enger to Matsqul landing this morning
on the Ramona.
P.. Pawcei, of Victoria was a passen- ,|r,,ve over from tha, city las, evening
morning on the
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   -  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
ger to Chllllwack thi
The Mable wen, oul this afternoon
with a scow load of lumber In tow
for the Terra Nova cann
le v. .1. s. Henderson leaves thla afternoon tor Cloverdale whet,, he will
deliver an address al an Oddfellows'
anniversary gathering this evening.
Delicious Ice Cream at the ('ream-
cry. ���
Capt Brown and the , rew of the Ot-
ter broughl In the R. P. Rlthet last
nighl  an I  took the Beaver away   to
Van.'r.nver to go into dry dock.
Rev. W. II. Barraclough will deliver
his famous lecture "On the Edge of
the Arctic Circle," In the Sapperton
Methodlsl church tonight.
One hundred and fifty sacks of seed
oats came In from Ladner yesterday
tor iln- Brackman-Ker Milling company, at this place.
Old clothes will be the style at the
Poverty Social on Thursday, liGth, in
Queen's   Avenue    Methodist
school room.
with his horse arid 11 waa a passenger on the Hanin,i i . Mission this
morning, wh, re he wlll visli s. w.
tfungerford, who Is 1 ,th,   In-law,
Mr, Roberts took bl - horse wil!   I Im.
p. VVUberg of thla cl ���       i Bhort
business trip to Ohllllwack I bl i morn-
ll  ' be      ��� am.','  Itamona.
At the Hotels.
Guichon���J. H. Murphy, Port Arthur; H. ->L White, Vancouver; K. A.
Wllmot, Vancouver; It. Hume, "The
World", Vancouver: P. J. Hall and
wife. Victoria; \V. P. Roberta aud wife,
Vancouver; Thomas Klrkpatrlck, Vancouver; W. Tytler, Vancouver; Guy
O'Connor, Lacombe, Wis.; Richard
Zolstra, Oak Harbor; Alex McEacb-
ern, lilaiue.
Windsor���J. Pon.es. E, T. .McDonald, S.-a,,le; H. Schofteld, San Francisco; W. C. Bowman, Upper Sumas;
John McTavisb, Mount Selman; James
Garland, Vancouver; A. Mars, city;
T. U���il'y, city; T. Prenter, city; R.
church Slddall, city; A. Ritchie, Whonnock;
Thomas  Marshall,    Porl    Haney;    II.
Are Difficult to Answer
but the question where to set
the best and newest in correspondence and general stationery
ia easily answered. It is always
worth your while to drop in antl
see the stuck carried by    .     .    .
ers.   News
Win. Cummlng will re-open on Saturday with an Immense FireSale, The
goods offered are only smoked bul the
prices are certainly surprises.
W. A. Qllley'8 pile driver is now operating al the Small At Bucklin mills.
The men hav. now driven In the
neighborhood of 100 piles and have
aboul 200 more to drive.
The R. P. Rlthet brought from Vic-
, toria a shipment of groceries for
Messrs. Adams & Deans, and a shipment of iron for the Cunningham
Hardware company.
Pire alarm box No. 42, recently pu,
In at the Small & Bucklin mill was
tested tor ibe lirst time this morning
and found to be working satisfactorily.
Plckard, Seattle;  J. A. Johnson, Bon
Vc, ���   .   ,;.  H. Ben,,'-:,, Belllngham;
H.  Haynes,   Victoria;   P. E.  Boldlck,
Vancouver;     W.   Herald,   Cloverdale;
It. Cummlngs, Langlej; P. Forster.
Cosmopolitan���Job!,   Dooi,   Malcolm
McGllvray, Abbotsford; K. McGllvray,
lAbbotsford; B, Savorn, Vancouver; A.
��� Reaborn,   city;    Jamea   McLaughlin,
city;   James  Sinclair, city;   J. Cham-
lreis,   Vancouver;   J.   Beaton,  city;   J.
Jackman,   Aldergrove;     S.   D.
Harrison  river,
Depot���A,    Dixon,    Chllllwack;
Hatushlta,  Vancouver;    James Pi
.1. Dougherty, N. Garner.
Rides Through Ruins.
Mrs. Aurlei son called on a policeman
who witnessed the ileal and took tbe
i,a,in- and number of tbe back, aud ln
order to l.e -nre that her goods did
no,   disappear   as   many   another   lo,
of   goods   bail   .1 ,   Mrs.  Anderson
undertook   to accompany the   driver.
Tbey  wended their  way  ,1,rough  the
ruins and   smoke <>,' the burning city
redolent    wiih  the odor    of homing
iii'sb. pasl  half burned human bodies
which ii,... i some "i ibe shies of the  ft
streets   ,,���d eventually    reached  the   V
whan'.    For  Bometlme   it   looked   as   >i
though     *ir     horse   would   never    gel
there on  acr,run,  ol' sheer  starvation,
Selfishness  of   Men.
Xoiic- had been spread throughout
,1,.' ciiy tha, ferries were again running, inn that any who lefl the city:
would not he allowed to return. One j
"i ihe greatest difficulties Mrs. Anderson experienced arose from the Intense sellishness ami Indifference of
the men to tbe sufferings ami discomfort of others. The prevailing spirit ap-
peared to be .ach one for himself.
Thought   It  Shook   Everywhere.
Mrs. Anderson was exceedingly anxious to get a telegram sent bome as
she knew how anxious her family
would be. Men Bald, in reply to her
request for assistance in sending a
message. "What's ihe use of bothering, you're all right, and up there the !
earthquake Is Jusl as bad as il is here;
you can't wire through anyhow."
The Impression throughout the smitten district was that tbe upheaval'
was world-wide, and that San Fran-1
Cisco was no worse off than any other
Kindness of Students.
I New Art Goods
������_, ,���,
Your spring house cleaning will reveal needs in your bouse furnishing.
This is the place to have your wants supplier!. Opened out-New   Art
Coverings, New Art Dentins, Burlaps, Madras, Muslins.
See our Lace Curtains, 60 inches wid,
yards long, Very Special  	
������$1.50 Pair!
For the next few days MISS GOFF will demonstrate witk
McLaren s Jellies and
Baking Powder
Vou are invited to call and sample the delicious Jellies, etc.,
made with these goods.
Publir Supply Store. Columbia Street.
Funeral of Mrs. Tait.
Th.-  funeral  of the  late    Mrs. Ann
Tail,  who  died  in  the Royal  Columbian hospital yesterday will take place
afternoon to lbe Oddfellows'
After can,],Ing for hours on the ferry
Bates,   landing they  were eventually conveyed to the Oakland pier, arriving there
at 12 o'clock a, nigh,. The Oakland col-i
lege students hail formed themselves
into a relief committee and .Mrs. Anderson  said that  she could never forget  th.-   kindness  and   consideration I
she   and   her   little   boy   received   at i
their  bands.    Tbey took them to thej
college, cared for and fed them, made j
them  comfortable for   ihe  night and j
Hardman & Bryson
Practical Sanitarians
Complete  line  of Granite, Aluminum  an.l  TInwares.
Estimates furnished on all Classes of Plumbing Work.
Columbia Street S23 Granville Street
Sole Agents Monarch Ranges.
Alderman  Shiles  who has been seriously ill at the hospital for some time  tomorrow
has returned home much improved in  cemetery.    The  pall  bearers    will  be the next day saw them safely on the
health.    He will probably resume bis  members of Ihe Street Car union, of I rain   with   a   good   sized   basket  of
al lermanlc duties on Monday next.      vvhlch the deceased's husband was   a provisons to eat en route.
As   ibe result    of the fire   at Cum-  member during his lifetime. A Latter Tremendous  Exodus
mlngs' store, the opening on Saiunlay   Day  Saints  minister  will  arrive from ... ,���,,,,,,,
,             ,                                                           _ ,                 , I i')i���  Oakland,  trains  were  depart-
mornlng will doubtless attract a mim-  Seattle  to officiate    at tbe last    sad  ,__ , ,��� ,       ._ ,   ,
ing loaded to the steps as last as they
| Do You Want To j
Buy a Neat Home \
On Tram Line.     Comprising 8 City Lots,
6 Roomed Dwelling, Woodshed and fruit
# trees.
t Apply $ 1 600 on easy terms.
!   T. R. PEARSON.
Officiate    at the last
h.r of bargain seekers. rites.
Rev. A. E. Roberts of Nanaimo was  o	
a visitor in tbe city yesterday. Accom- v��te Against Germans.
panylng him were Mrs. Roberts and S;- Petersburg, April 26.���A remark-
family whom he saw safely on their ible feature of the second degree elec-
way to Mrs. Roberts' home near Re-lio"s '�� !h<-' Baltic provinces was tbe
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time
The t���g Stranger went up river this
morning with a large load of supplies
for Sharpe's lumber camp. On the return trip a boom of shingle bolls will
be hrough, down for tbe Fraser river
shingle mill.
The steamer Ritbel arrived this
morning from down river ports with
the following passengers: T. Roberts,
W. J. Predricks, D. McGregor, W. Livingston, Miss and J. Brown, Mrs. Mc-
Casklll from Ladner.
complete defeat of thc Germans who
compose the noble, or land owning class
Even the Russians entered into a combination with tbe Letts, Ethiopians and
Jews against the German barons, in
choosing Radical and Constitutional
Miners Convention  Called.
Wllkesbarre, Pa..   April    2tj.���After
could arrive and take on passengers.
The water as a means of getting out
of the doomed city was out of the
question as all the ships in tbe harbor
had been requisitioned for hospital
service and were filled with sick and
suffering ones.
A Water Miracle.
One particular curious incident
came before Mrs. Anderson's notice
as she was making her way to the
wharf, preparatory to leaving tbe city.
A huge apartment house ou Valencia
street hail been erected over a small
lake  which years ago had been filled
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds
Ornamental trees and shrubs in great variety, evergreen and golden from 2 to G feet. Roses, paecnies, rhododendrons, privet, evergreen, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free.
D. M. Robertson & Sons
Tynehead Nurseries.
hearing  the   report    of  the   sub-scule   '" '"id Utilized as a building site. With
committee, tbe scale committee of the
anthracite miners today decided to
call a convention of miners to meet in
And you may possibly need a carpet.    We have  the  greatest range  of >���<
them"and can guarantee to save vou money ami give you better satisfaction than you can get in anv other place. For instance, a good body
Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard. We
have the largest stock and the finest show rooms and the finest prices.
Come and see us. It will pay you to see our stock;hefore placing your
order elsewhere.
716 and 718 C
lumbia St.
Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   >;
.1. J. Johnston, assistant assessor, Scranton on Thursday, May ;',.
has returned from an official trip to The miners are anxious to ascertain
S.a,,le. He states that every train whal actiou i.s to he taken on the op-
from the south is loaded with refugees eratovs' reply and the convention bas
from the San Francisco disaster and been called for tbe purpose of allow-
many touching reunions are continual- ,ing the men to discuss the question of
ly being witnessed on the Btatlon plat- a strike.
I Are You Particular I
Largest  Stock  In the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,      -     Columbia St.
About Your Butter
2 Small House s, 5 rooms each and well situated.
Will rent for $12.00 a month. Can be purchased for
or will sell separately.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate, Fire <fi Life Insurance
Tel. 273.      Near Tram Office
If you are you should come
to us for it. We have the
very best brands of Butter on
the market and our prices are
low.    Try vs for Butter .  . .
C. A. Welsh,
Thc People's Grocer
large as-
the first heavy shock the buildin
tottered and eventually slid forward
into the street. As it slid the old
lake gradually reappeared, and from
that reformed lake the firemen were
able to secure water to extinguish the
fires in that section of the city.
Belated   Messages.
Two wires and a Idler were sent
from San Francisco, all of which have
been received here since Mrs. Anderson's return, wires Bent en route
were not received until alter the
family reunion, On Sunday last Mr.
Anderson lefl this city with tbe Intention of knowing the worst If pOBSl
Ide. And he and Mrs. Anderson were
in S.a,lie at Ihen, same time without
either knowing of the other's proximity. Mr, Anderson was reached by
a wire from New Westminster al
Tacoma and came back and rejoined
Mrs. Anderson at Seattle.
Little Robbie came through the
ordeal bravely and his parents hope
that the operation on his foot will
be eventually successful. One trouble
In connection with the matter Is the
fact that there Is reason to fear that
Dr.    Harry    Sherman,    the    eminent
Advertise in the News
�� specialist who had the matter ln hand
>J has perished in the recent catas-
,���< 1 trophe. Up to the present Mrs. Ander-
[���J j son has been unable to find out any
g��| I thing about him and as he was an
ft ', aged man she fears the worst.
P. s.
Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds-
sortment at Low Prices.
Lost���Brown Cockerel Spnnlol last
Monday. Please return to Mr. Frank
Reichenbach, Columbia street, city.
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 sale everywhere.
No extra charge for Reserved seats.
I :��������xo>:�����e��x��_^^
Additional Want Ads on
The Daily News has a few for the convenience of
Pa_e seven. Westminster patrons.   Apply at business office.
$ff 1
26, 1906
Sporting News I
I       and Comment.       X
the   only1 and the N. W. T, excepting the Yu-
-A free nrner may ob-
Deer and Banff Champions With    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
draw and Calgary Is Turn- TENDERS.
ed Down. Tenders    addressed  to the    under
. signed at Ottawa and marked on th
Tili.  Capt.j envelope   "Tender   for   the   construe
Edmonton, Alta., April 23
lal   question   occupied   the   legislature
manifestations   whatever,
means of detection in such cases be- ton J'���^-^ of five miles each
spects the most   dangerous
unsuspected.    Our experience   ���������=.    The less
that it is possible tor animals of this su_merged beds or tars oi the river
class to convey infection to others t, ,,w an, low water mark, and sub-
without themselves developing acute .'. - t year and $10 per mile for each
symptoms. It is therefore plain thai sul equent year. Royalty same as
great  caution shoul.l be exercised ln|placer mining.
ing the Malleln test, and that these tain ^ ^^ ^
occult or latent cases are in   some re-, discretion oi thc
because '"'    ,     , , ,���
��� ot tbe Interior.
shows     t-u_ i��.���.>. rig-ht is confined to the
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
Question     of     Forming     International
Club Awakens  Interest���Victoria   Promises   Help.
A largely attended meeting of the
lacrosse enthusiasts of New Westmln-
minBtei was held last evening in the
board of trade rooms, city ball. The
object of the meeting was to discuss
the advisability of forming an intermediate lacrosse league under separate
management from the other city leagues and also on a separate financial basis.
C. D. Peele was appointed chairman
of ihe meeting and in a short speech
informed those present that Ihe obje<',
of the meting was to awaken greater
interest in intermediate lacrosse, and
also to discuss the formation of a new
R. Cheyne spoke at considerable
length on ihe subject and was strongly
in favor of the Innovation. He held oil'
the inducement that if a strong intermediate league were formed, there
would be a couple of trips to Victoria
to play against the island teams. Regarding ihe financial side of Ihe proposition, he said that he was authorized
by Mr. Bolton, of Victoria, to say thai
if the New Westminster team would
do their utmost to raise the necessary
funds to make the trips, he would
guarantee to make up any deficiency,
as he was very anxious to see a few
good games played in Victoria this
After considerable discussion it was
decided that the secretary should instruct the delegates of the different
teams to hold a meeting to further
discuss the matter, and that at this
meeting, delegates will be appointed
to attend the meeting of the association to be held here on May 21.
tion    ^	
Screw S,earner," will be received u]
to the lirst day of May next, for th
construction of a Steel Twin Screv
Steamer for the Hydrographlc Ser
vice In British Columbia waters.
Specifications, plans ami forms o
tender can be Been al the ofiice of th
Agent of the Department of Marin
and Fisheries at Victoria, It. C, at
the Custom House al Vancouver, lt
C,  ami  at the Department here.
in  thc
Yukon  Tcr-
of  a   Hydrographlc   Sieel   Twti    the  purchase or handling of strange r."'f_JCttt^  gulch,   river   and   bill
__tl^m ritory-
yesterday  and  this  evening,    and   re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"^
suited In the seat of government   re-:
mainlng   al    Edmonton.   There   werej
three  motions  for  removal,  but  two
withdrawals.    Mr.  dishing.    Calgary,
and  Mr.  Stuart, Glelchen, moved for
Its  removal  to Calgary,  but  were de-i
feated 16 to S. Tbe removal to   Red
Deer was proposed by Mr. Moore, seconded by Mr. Stuart, and withdrawn.
The   removal   to  Banff     was  proposed       F-ich   tender   ���mis,   he   nccomnunipil _^_^_^_^_^_H ,i
* uul   ouiuu   mus,   ,..    a,, ompuiiiiu   recommend   release    from  quarantine
by  Mr. Hiebert, seconded by Mr. Ro-   by an ���,,,���������, bank ,.,������������. ,.������.��� ,���   ^^   ^^ ,^   ^  ^^
seroll, and also withdrawn.' ]0 per ecu. of the whole amount of  out ln a satisfartorv manner and that
The galleries were crowded    when  the tender, whieh will he forfeited If compensation for animals slaughtered tilicate.
Mr. C'ushing    rose   1o move thai. "In   the person sending the accepted ten-1 cannot be ])aid until ., certificate   of     The  discoverer  of  a  new  mine  is
the opinion of this house the capital j ner declines to enter inlo a contract  cieans|ng and    ,jjginfecUon    has been Untitled  to  a   claim   ot  iooo  feet  in
Cheques     nc-   rpr'Mvefl   ,,'v  thn  Minlster  of  AgrtCd-l^^'J^J1.^
horses or mules especially ln those,
districts where the disease bas
become established,
8. The carcase- i I animals dying
from onslaughtercl as being axected
with glanders should, when possible,
be burned or, failing 'bis. hurled at
least six feet beneath ths surface.
9. Owners of \ r, mises where o I
breaks  have  heen  .halt  with  should
bear In mind tha>  Inspectors cannot
caims shall not exceed J.So feet in
length, measured on tlie base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch^he width being from iooo to
2000 [vet. All Other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square,
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one St each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of tbe mining recorder's office.
1 Ine extra day allowed (or each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim  must hold  a  free  miner's cer-
of the province should be located per-   wiih  the  Department.     Cheques    nc
manenily ln Calgary," and urged that  companying tenders which are not ac-  t
Calgary   wa.s   the   commercial   metro-   cepted   will   be   returned   immediately       -.
polls of    the    province,  conveniently   after
situated,    and offered    a  froe site for
Altorney General Cross, who followed, said Ihat Edmonton was the'
centre of Hudson's Bay business since
1776. He gave statistics to prove that,
the present point was the centre of
the population of the north. Three
railway lines converged in the city,
which would give the best railway facilities to all parts of the province.
decision has been arrived at.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will  not  he  paid.
Deputy   Minister   of   Marine   and
Department of  Marine  and  Fisheries,
Ottawa,  2Sth  March,  1906.
hwo. 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
iput  on which no  royalty     shall    be
Horse  owners  shouhl  have no c)l;irgc(t tne rest of the party ordin-
hesltatlon In reporting to this Depart- L^, ciaims only.
ment or to its Inspectors the existence Entry fee $10. Royalt ->t the rate
of actual or suspected cases of gland- of two and one-half pe, . nt. on the
ers. The disease has been spreading value of the gold shipped from the
rapidly of late years and It is a mat- ject to the rights of a' ��� ,-rsons who
ter of' public interest thai -very fresh have, or who may rec , entries fo
...     j, bar diggings or bench ���   urns, except
centre of Infection shouhl be dlscov- |>�� Oigg gg J^^   R.yer>   whefe
ered  and  dealt  with  as  promptly  as (he  ^^ M_  (,rcdge  ,0  fcjgh-water
Dally | NEW Dally
ff:20amlBlalne, 1 :.llin���-���':: ',') ,.���,
4:35 pm ham       Hurling 'b:36pm
,,.���,   Mr.   V.r-I
non.      Everett,
Sealib, and
4:,:.". pin Spokane,       SI."Lull pm
11 ���; 1 ill    and    all
points  East,
'J.L'u am'Anacories,
8:00 pm Vancouver
9:35 pm'
13:00 pm
9:20 am
; ;35 pm
Canadian Pacific Railway Co
British Columbia Coa.t Line
(Subject t��� change without  mki)
VICTORU-SKA'l it.i-. ,;,��� ^ '
Princess Beal
Leaves Port Tom a.. -r,. 1 r_.
Leaves VlCtOl ia '.< p.m.
Arrive Seal tie 5 a.i
Leave Seattle a.;
i'- m.
^^^^^^^^^^ send
Arrivo Victoria ;:.:: 1 |,.M]
S. b. Princess VI, lo
Leave   Vancot -ei   I
Leave Victor!, 1 a.
Arrivo Port Towsenu iii.;:,, nocn<
P. m.
Route of the Tai ruus
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,  Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points Easl.
For complete information,
raies, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
]���". C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank ,,f Commerce Building,
N'.w Westminster, B. C
S. G.  VKUKES, A. G.  I'. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
VICTORIA-NEW   \\ 1.,,, mtim ,���_
ROI 11.. u
Leaves  Vieloria, I  a. m, iw..-,
and  Fridays. '    ue',da5r''
l.eavs  X.-w   \v,. tmin 'er
Wednesdays and Satui '
Calling at M lynean
' a. bl
d Wteveaton.
S.S. .loan leaves Naiwlpio 0a_j ��,
cept Saturday and Sundav, at 7 ����
Saturday  8 a. m. "l
Leaves    Vancouver
dally,   eIce.,
and Sunday, at 1.30 nm
2.30 p. in.
Re Lot 9, 10,    and    13 of Lot 16 of
Suburban   Block   10,     Map   200,   Newi
Westminster  City.
In districts where the existence of
Veterinary Director General.
Department of Agriculture.
Ottawa. March, 1906.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certi-I glanders is suspected and especially
fixate of Title Number 1074 a i in neighborhoods where actual out-
Issued In the name of Jane Howay breaks have occurred tbe adoption of
has h.-en filed in this office. ; the  following  precautions  by  owners
Notice is hereby given that I shall i of horses  and  others interested will
do much to prevent the spread of the      Anj available Dominion Lands with-
,t of fresh  In the Railway Belt in British Colum
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
at the expiration of one month from;
How   a     Nurse     and     a   Cook   Found
Work   in   Country.
in their desire to live in the country,
two women, one a nurse, the other a
specialist in cooking, have discovered
the date of the first publication here-1 disease and the establishmen ^^^^^^^
of, issue a duplicate of the said Cer-! centres of infection. ; bla, may be homesteaded by any per-
tificate, unless in the meantime valid      1.    Horses or mules having a nasal  son wll�� is the snl" '"'"' ut a faml1-''
objection be made to me in writing. ' discharge    or other supicious    symp- or any male over lx 5'ears of age' t0
C   S   KEITH    ! toms should not be admitted to livery 1thl"'  extont  of one-quarter  section  of
Registrar  of Titles   or  teed  stables or yards, blacksmith  160 acres. mor6 or less-
: shops,   church or school   sheds, rail- >" which the land is situate.
1906 I way   stock  yards,   private  stables  or1    The homesteader is required to per-
-| other   places   where   they   are   likely fo.��� th^ conthti?n? c?n,?ec^ed tllere:
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Emboi'ies the newest    and best ide;
mark on each alternative leasehold.
Tbe lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one seasqn from the
date of the lease for each live miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate oi two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output inter it exceeds $,0,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
.'0 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the ^'"cOMFORT, CONVENIENCE
submerged bar or bars in the river an(1 LUXUKy. h is lignted wi(1,
below   low   water   mark, that boun-1 wll   ,i������i,ifv   ���,���,   ���������.   the   most
Land  Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. C, April 4,
come into direct or indirect    contact
with under one of the following plans.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT. , -���������  ���"-  ��������.  u.   ,m,,,.    euauu.-,       (j)  A{   ^  gjx   mon,h;.   residence
Re part of Lot 2S0 Group 1, New; wlth anlmals of the e(lulne sPecies'      upon  and cultivation of the land in
Westminster District.  Whereas proof!     -���   A"    stables,    yards,    or  sheds each year for three years,
of the loss of  Certificate of....Title' used for the accommodation of horses'     (2) If the father (nr mother, if the
what is regarded by everyone to whom  number 2161A, issued in the name of' or m��'es should be regularly and fre- father is deceased) of the homesteader
th.-v  have communicated  the plan as  Daniel Callaghan has been filed in this' quently cleansed    and disinfected    In  resides  upon  a  farm  in  the  vicinity
,    . > r a, ' tha mnnnor .-.reoerihor, l.oirvn- of  the    and  entered  for   the  require-
an entirely new profession for women,  office. tn<? manner prescribed helow. .' .-   ,
1 ments a? to residence mav l.e satisfied
They have a farm in the Adirondacks,      Notice is hereby given that I shall, j     3.    After    cleansing   tbe    premises I j,y sucj1 person residing with the fa-
where they have spent the summer for  at the expiration of one month from! thoroughly, and burning all debris, the t)ier 0r mother,
dary to be fixed by its position on the
1st 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 the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying  fee  of  $2.      A  claim   may  be
and LUXURY. It is
both electricity and gai
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
further  information  call   on   or   write
7^0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
wnere tney nave spent tne summer ior  at tne expiration 01 one montn irom 1 tnorougniy, ana miming au aeDris, tne! ther or mother. A  claim  may  De   j  ��- �� w*        . r.      ,
the last five years, and every summer  the date of Ihe first publication here-i interior should be well gone over wilh      (-1) I{ the settler has his permanent ' alian-lum-d  and   another  obtained   on   I   [MftflllPim    I   flf*ltlf*   !
S. S. Queen Cty,
Leave   Victoria   11   p.   ci    I ���      ij,
and 20th of .-a. I, month for
and way points,
Leave Victorls 10th of each month
for Quatslno and v
Leave Victoria 2 Ih of each month
for Cape s. otl and wa; lata iuclud-
Ing Quatslno.
Steamer Transfer.
Leaves New Westminster everr
Additional tr,,, leaves New Westminster 6 a. m. Bund
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tues-
day, Wednesday, Thur daj and Saturday 7 a. m. I'i i.lay C a j,
ditional trip Sa urdaj  ,. p, in.
Steamer  Beaver.
Leave   New   Westminster S a. m.
Mondaj b,  Wednei I I Fridays,
Leave Chllllwack 7 a i
Thursdays and Satrdays, 'ailing at
landing between New Westmlnatsr
and Chilliwack.
S.   S.   Tees.
Leaves   Vancouver   al   -  p, m. 2nd
and  lfith  of each  month  eai t it
BWdegate on Brsl trip as I Bella Coo-
la on second trip.
Times  on  arrivals   and rturs
are approximate
For Tickets, reservatl, na and Information call ���n or
.1. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Asst. Gen. Pass   -gent,
Gen. Agent, Freight I
New  W    '     '   ' '���
ED. cm"
Agent, New Westminster.
they   have   felt   an   increasing   disln-  of, issue a duplicate of the said Cer-I hot steam, or boiling water, adding toi residence  upon  farming  land  owned
' the latter at least one quart of crude by him in the vicinity of his home-
carbolic acid to each five gallons after stead, the requirement- as to residence
which  the  entire   surface   should   be ma-v  be   satisfied  by  residence  upon
clinatlon to leave it. At lasi they tificate, unless in the meantime valid
began to ask themselves if there objection be made to n,e ln writing,
wasn't some way that they could'
make ihe place support them. Then
the cookery expert remembered a
delicate little relative who had been
sent to a mountain farm for two or
three years and, with only such care
as an intelligent farmer's wife could
give him, had recovered his health.
There must be many such children, she
reflected, and wouldn't the country air
be much more beneficial if combined
with scientific feeding and the Intelligent care of a trained nurse? The
trained nurse thought it would when
the idea was imparted to her, and all
the doctors and nurses who were con-
suited said that the plan was an Ideal-
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office,
New Westminster,  B.  C.
March 30, 190C.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
 I       Route
one and would meet a long fell want  Seven   hundred  miles   of   magnificent
river   trip.    Empress   of   Britain  sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May lttth.
For other dates and rates apply to
v. r. k. Agent.
New Westminster.
thickly coated with a hot solution of
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
fresh lime wash, to which crude carbolic acid has been added in the above
mentioned proportion.
Outbuildings, fences and tying posts
with which infected animals have
been in contact should also, when possible, be thoroughly treated in a similar manner.
All ordinary harness and stables
utensils, whicb have been in  contact
with infected animals or infected pre- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mises, should be thoroughly soaked in Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
N.   B.���Unauthorized   publication  of
this  advertisement  will  not  be  paid
a hot solution of crude carbolic acid
of a strength of one part to twenty.
Materials which might    be Injured
by the above treatment such as valu-'
of Minerals on Dominion Lards in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands  may    be    pur-
which  no one had ever attempted  to
The two women had no idea at
firs; that their plan was original, but
diligent inquiry has convinced them
that it is almost certainly so.
"There are places where imbecile
children can be sent," said the cooking teacher, talking to a Tribune reporter, "and there are institutions for
the care and treatment of cripple children, but, so far as we can learn, there
is no place for the child who ls simply
delicate, and no place combining ordinary home life with Intelligent
trained care. We have heard of one
woman who takes one delicate child ���,
s time and gives I, good Intelligent
care and whatever education Its
health permits, but she has no special
training for the work."���New York
 o ���
Corley Appointed.
Toronto, April 25.���The appointment
of Mr. .1. W. Seymour Corley as
crown-attorney for Toronto In succession to Mr. J. W. Curry, was made
this afternoon. Mr. Corley is senior
member of the law firm of Corby. English & Price, and bas been a prominent Conservative and chairman of the
South Toronto Patronage committee.
Mortgage Sale
Under and by virtue of the Power
of Sa lined In a certain Inden
ture of Mortgage which will be produced ;.i the sal.- there will be offered
for sale a! Public Ui tlon by T. ,T.
Trapp, luctl ineer al bis auction mart
on Clarkson Btreet, New Westminster,
B. C. on Tuesday the Is' day of May,
1906, at 12 o'clock, the following Real
Kstate, Lots 1, 2, and 3, In a portion
(.'''/_ acr.s, of loi 17 In Suburban
Block 10 City of New Westminster.
For conditions of sale and further
particulars apply to
Vendor's Solicitor,
Bank  of  Commerce  Bldg.,
New Westminster, 13. C
able harness,  robes,    cushions,    etc., chased at $10 per acre for soft coal
which have been in contact with Infection should be placed In an air
tight room and fumigated with Formaldehyde after which they should be
thoroughly cleaned.
4.    In stables where outbreaks have
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one-
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall bc collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
Tenders for a  Licence to Cut TimUe,
on Domonion Lands in the Province of British  Columbia.
occurred or where diseased animals years an<j ov(.r and j0jnt stock" com
have, inadvertently or otherwise, been panies holding free miners' certificates
stabled, even temporarily, the cleans- may obtain entry for a mining loca-
ing  and  disinfection  should  be espe- tion.
cnilly thorough and ln such cases It. ls A free miner's certificate is granted
safest to remove and burn feed boxes f���nr one or more years' not exceeding
and   mangers  when    of wood;     Iron
the   Same   creek,   gulch   or   river,   by
giving  notice and  paying  a  fee.
W'.t'k   must   be   done   on   a   claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
not, the .'aim 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  thc
Yukon  Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, thc Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and tbe minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
pro pected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
time-- tlie breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the  Interior.
Dept. Interior.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. K. MAIN" 1-INI".
Leave New Westmln ter 16.40 dally.
Arrive New Westminster 11
Lv. New West. . 8.30; ar. I
Lv. Seattle  10;  ar. New v,.
Lv. N.-w West. I". :". and 11   i.
Ar .New West 9.35 and 16.40,
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a, m.
Lv. N. W. 11.20 a.m.; ar. Sea"!..' 1 1 m-
_ Lv. N. W. 4.::-'. I'.n,.; ar. S.   '   ���
Toronto,   St.   Paul   Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. VV. J P*
Lv. Seattle 4.2u p.m.; ar. N.W.  �������
Lv. N". W. 8 p.m. and '���'::;' P���'"���
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv.  N.   W. H.20 a.m.;  ar. Uuichou
2.20 p.m.
J I Transcontinental^
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service
New York, Chicago,
_ Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
i',V) Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
^_^  A. D. CHARLTON,
Portlandi' Ore. A. G. P.
articles can be rendered harmless by
  passing them through fire or by Im
SEALED TENDERS    addressed    to merslng them  for some time ln  boll-
the   Timber   and   Mines   Branch,   De- ing   water.   All   litter   from   suspected
par,ment  of the Interior, and marked animals  should  be burned  or careful-
on the envelope "Tender  for Timber ly fenced until used.
Berth  No.   171." will  be received    al       .",.    Farmers    and    others      should,
this  Department until  noon on Wed- whenever   possible,   avoid    admitting
nesday, the 2nd day of May, 1906, for strange horses or mules to the prem-
a licence to cul timber on Berth No. I ses  occupied   by 	
471,  situate  In  the  Railway  Belt   in especially of 'he same species. It is a
the Provlnc ��� Of British Columbia,
commencing at the southeast corner
of Section 14, Township 6, Range 27,
West of the 6th Meridian; thence
North II 'bains; thence West Su
chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 20 chains;  thence South
five, upon payment in advance of $7   ���    V_ cl fl cl CJ13 f~l
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out thc
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
Ihelr own animalsi "'teen ll:'-vs '' ��eated within ten miles
'rf a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional   day   allowed   for   every   ad-
good    plan    lo    reserve   an    Isolated ,. .      ,  .      _-,            f,.,���,-���      -r,,���
.,  ,  '                   ,,    ,                        , ditional   ten   miles  or  fraction.      ihc
building for outside horses or mules fee for recording a riaim is $5.
but where this Is Impossible they may At ]east $IO0 must be expended on
be accommodated In cow stables, cat- the  claim  each year or paid t.> the
tie  not being  subject,  to glanders in- mining recorder in lieu thereof. When '
fection. Such horses and mules should $500 bas  been  expended  or  paid, the
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B TIME PROVINCES.
take you over the continent on through Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
Railway Company
When travelling by this popular up-
to-date Hallway you have no worry
aboul missing train connections or
changing    cars  during  the  night.   We
24 chains more or less lo the North together with all other stable utensils
boundary of Section 10;  thence East, used on or about    them,    shoulil    be
along the North boundary of See,ions carefully cleanser)  and  disinfected  be-
in and 11, 100 chains more or less, to for.-  being  used    for oilier    animals.
the point of commencement, contain- Stalls occupied by strange horses   or'
first-class   sleeper    and    magniflcenl
tourist  cars.   Transcontinental   train
leiiv.s dally  a,   3:40  p.  m.
For further particulars apply to
i:d. Gori.iiT,
('. P. R, Agent,
N.-w Westminster,
PHILADELPHIA,  via;Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant Gen'l Passenger und Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Lv. Guichon 2.40 p.m.; W- N' fl'
9.3f> p.m.
Mondays only. ____
Lv.   New   West.   6.60   8 in..  -���" '��� ��
and  hourlv until  11  p.m., vrltb nan-
hourly   be, ween   12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
A.   Saturday half-hourly noon to U P-1";
Sunday  hourly    8    a.m. to IJ*
���   with half-hourly bet noon and I   �����������
Lv. Vancouver same time throughout.
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mon
From  Chwk.  Tu.
From  N. W. Tu.,
From Chwk. Sun
Favorite��� ���<- ���B,
From N. W. dully, ex. Sin. -
From Mt. Lehman, '<' �����">���
From N. W. dallj   ex. bt."'
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Stoveston, ' ��'����� ,m
Add. trip Saturday, ,. 1 ������">���
CItv of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 t*
From Victoria Baturdaj ��� ���
Mail Service
10.( ���'"
Wed. Frld. 8 �������������
; Tb, Sat., ' ��*
Th   Sat. 8 an1-
, Wed., Fri., 7 *���*-
I a.m-)
mules should  be well cleansed    and
disinfected and, If at all possible, left area not exece
unoccupied  for some time.
be watered  from  special  palls, which,  locator   may,   upon   having   a   survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$i.oo an  acre.
P rmission may bc granted by the
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, 1,1 tbe Yukon Territory, of an
ng 160 acres.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     The   p'.ien;  for  a  mining  location
6,   Where new ttorsea or mules are shall  provide  for  the  payment  of  a
purchased ln or from districts where Rr>yalty ,)f -V' P�� cent, of the sales
glai ''its   ovists,   they   should,     unless
_, ��� , ���r"f"11-' ,f'stl>" wi,h M!1,1"i�� Pr"�� to ft N w T ting the Yukon equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
bach tenner must he accompanied purchase, be stabled apart nnd closely Tprritnrv: rl,(:cr mini���g claims gen- waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
by an accepted Cheque on a chartered watched for some time before being craj|y ar(j T00 fect sql,are, entry fee j own and operate their own sleeping
bank In favor of tho Deputy of the brought in contact with other ar.nu.ls $-, renewable yearly. On the North and dining cars on alll their trains and
Minister of the Interior, for the of the equine species, Saskatchewan River claims arc either give their patrons an excellence of
amount of the bonus which the appll- 7. It must be borne In mind that bar or bench, the former being 100 service not obtainable elsewhere,
cant Is prepared to pay for a licence, while nasal  discharge,    or ulceration, feet long and extending between high Berths on their sleepers are longer,
nd low water mark.    The latter in- higher and wider than In similar cars
Ing an area of 400 acres more or less.
The  regulations    under    which    a
licence   will   be  issued,    also  printed
forms of tender and envelope, may he
obtained al this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agon, at
New Westminster, 13. C,
the products of  the  location
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
Seartlo, via Sumas 10.00 p.��. MjjJ
Sa,,',,  &  Millside...          P    ' ",��_.
', mcouver i���.���ui'���i.
Cloverdale, Blaine, 330l,.m
Seattle, etc.. .��� �������\?' jp.o.
Van. & Ceni. Park...!/���"' ' ,(Umia.ih.
10.dua.uj. .jjjpjj,
1-1" I''1"' .'-'uU
East Burnaby. ��� ���
Steveston, etc...
Fast, viu t'.l'.H-
Sup., Mill, Corfu,.
Van. & Burnaby.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points cast, west and south to Ross-
la,nl. Nelson and intermediate points,
...,meeting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  .'lily for  Republic. .--���   -- ,.,-
I'.ufTet   service   on   trains   between  WHITE    HOR&J'
Spokane  and Nelson. FAIRBANKS
8-����"����� Soo*
3.30 p.m.  M_L_-
The White Pass
and Yukon Ro*
No tender by telegraph will be en
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, March 20th, 1906.     .
to  tl,
bar diggings, but extends back ' 0,1   any   other   line.      They   protect
base  of the  hill  or  bank,  not   their trains by the Block System.
enlarged glands, the presence of farcy-
buds, unaccountable swelling of the
limbs and general nntbrlfllness often
characterize   cases of  glanders,    the
disease exists In many animals with- may be obtained. H. S. ROWF.. General Agent.
out, for the time being, any external      Dredging in thc Rivers of Manitoba! 134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
exceeding  1000  fect.     Where   steam       Connection   made   with   all   trans-
power  is  used claims  200  feet  wide   continental lines in Union Depots.
9.20 am.  ,
12.25 P m. .
9.40 a.m. .
Sunday,    November
Day Train
..  Spokane
. .Rossland
...Nelson ..
Daily trains (*<?,
General Passenger Agent
0,  Sunday)    carrying
'; express    and    freight   �������, ^
Arrive  stages at Careross an I    ^ sei
.7.15 p.m.! maintaining a tjiroug
.4,0 p.m.      For inf���n .pj
6.45 p.m.,    J.   II
MacWnnon i*'". ���
Vancouver, �����
Mat"?"' THURSDAY,  APRIL 26,  1905.
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices; New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lome streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville Btruat Joseph Martin, K. C, J.
\V. Weait, W. 0. McQuarrle, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wljl be ln tha
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
Bank of
ters, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorno
strcet opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J- Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
' Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzle streets, New Westminster, B. C.
incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up).. .$14,UUU,U00
RESERVE  FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,...Hon  President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummond, President
E.   S.   Clouston,   Vice   President  and
General Manager.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday In
each month, at ti o'clock p. m., ln
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday In each month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are cordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
R. B, K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange ball, corner of
Royal avenue and .lohu street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
General banking business transacted.
Branches In all the principal cities
ln Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and at. Jonn, Ntld.,
and correspondents In all parts ot the
Savings Bank Dept.
G. D. Brymner, Manager.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
Merchant Tailor
���Meels In Orange hall first and
third Friday In each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W, M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. S. J. May,
N. G.;   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. It. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall,'Columbia St., at
S p. ���,., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each montb. same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
;OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourlh Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
Ihis Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. ln iho Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting lire,hren are cordlal.V invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
at 8 o'clock p. ��,., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. S. Hryson, S. Ci J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Scotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln Btock
Spring stock now in.    Make your
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling our specallty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone lbU.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth  Street,
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
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 & Co., Montreal,
Henry Rirk'sjbusiness manager part of
the time.
English. Swiss, American and all
comp!icated|watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery-
For Sale���10 acres, 15 acres cleared,
Good building. Apply Donald Mc-
Clure, Port Kells.
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed house on
fine corner in West End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Cheap. Appl.
X, this office.
Wanted���2000 Cords ot Hemlock Bark
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd.,
taken ln lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to the manager at
Tannery or P. O. box 187, New
Eggs for Setting���Pure Barred Rock
$1.00 per setting. J. W. Austin, Saie
For Sale���Old papers suitable for
wrapping up parcels, etc. Apply News
Wanted���Boy to look after office. Apply Drs. Hall and Rothwell.
For Sale���Half interest in a livery bus
iness near Seattle, Washington.
Chance of a life time. Apply Advertising Manager, Daily News.
Want Him for Governor and Are Willing to  Pay  Election
Topeka, Kan., April 25.���When the
democratic stale convention was called to order here today it was generally believed that former United States
Senator W. A. Han-is would be
nominated for governor by acclamation.
The convention Is tho largest held
by the democrats in Kansas in years.
There are practically no contests for
any offlce. Senator Harris, who ls
ln Chicago, has repeatedly wired his
friends not to consider his name. Late
Tide Table���Fraser River
For Week Ending April 29.
last night he wired:
1 have made business engagements
for two years. It would mean ruin lo
break  them.     Profoundly   grateful."
To this Chairman Sapp of the State
committee replied:
"You are the unanimous choice oT
the convention. If you will accept,
we will make the campaign for you
and pay all the bills. The people of
Kansas call you."
EL P. Farrelly aud David Overmyer
agreed this afternoon to accept the
nomination for lieutenant-governor
and attorney-general respectively at
the hands of Ihe democratic state convention,
Dress in Reason
The latest Mitchell's lasnion plates
have arrived.
So have our spring stock ol nigh-
class suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, Droadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
J. N. Aitchison,
Columbia street.
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
Headquarters for PACIFIC Coast
GROWN Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now in stock ready
for distribution; ask your merchant
for them In sealed packets. If tie
does not handle them we will prepay
to your nearest postoffice, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $1.00 to introduce them.
Large stock of HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring trade.
No expense, loss or delay of fumigation  or inspection.
Let me price your list before placing your order. Greenhouse Plants,
Floral Work, Bee Supplies, Fruit
Packages, Fertilizers, etc. Catalogue
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,   B.  C.
J. H. Todd
Sewing Machines
Singer and
Wheeler & Wilson
Feed, Sale and Livery
Latest Styles in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
W.  LYLE & CO.
Both on easy terms.    Write for prices.   Cor  8th and Ca narvon Sts. Phone 250.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia Street.
Wanted���Young girl for part care of
child and housework. Apply Mrs.
Sawyer, 7th st and 5th ave, after (I.
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. R. Austin,   Sapperton.
Wanted���Young girl help. Apply 1st
and 4th avenue, upper Exhibition
High    I   Low
Date !   Water     Water
Time        Time
Monday    |       5.;ir,
|      18.55
Tuesday    |        6.00
|      19.40
Wednesday    |        6.20
|      20.25
Thursday     |        6.45
|      20.10
Friday    |       7.10
Saturday    |        7.35
Sunday   |       8.05
Wanted���To rent a farm with at least
forty-five or fifty acres cleared,
within reach of New Westminster
market. Apply Mrs. Ormiston, Sapperton.
Wanted���Smart boys to sell the Daily
News. Good pay guaranteed. Apply
Business offlce Daily News.
Wanted���Smart boy 15 or 16 for office���Apply Daily News business office.
For Sale���Chester White, pure bred,
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at reasonable prices. W. R. Austin, Sapperton.
Tuesday   ...
Thursday  ..
Saturday   ..
High Water Low Water
Time  H'ghtTime Hght
| 11.8
| 11.-3
! 11.6
| 11.3
| 11.1
j 11.0
| 11.8
| 10.8
| 11.7
| 10.5
| 11.7
1 10.2
I 11.6
| 11.30 | 3.3
| 23.42 | 6.8
| 11.55 | 2.9
| .... | ...
| 0.19 | 7.4
| 12.24 | 2.7
j 0.58
| 12.57
| 1.42
! 13.34
| 2.31 j 8.8
| 14.15 | 2.7
I 3.24 I 9.1
| 15.00 | 3.0
for Sweets
Ice Cream and G. B.  Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candies, Fruit &
Do your own Silver Plating at
home���a wonderful preparation
made by Mever & Allen of New
York       ::::::
50 Cents a Bottle
R. C. Purdy,
Sate Agent. Columbia Street
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000,    Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets ��3b,./-,-.b.
Branches and correspondents in
all the principal cities of tne world.
General  banking business transacted.
H opens an account.   Interest added
lalf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen    Saturday   nights   trom - to 9
F. B. Lyle, Manager.
Has Vague Idea as to Date of Adjourn-
ment of U. S. Congress.
Washington, April 25.���Speaker
Cannon hazarded a guess today that
congress would adjourn "some time
between the middle of June and the
lirst of August"
Representative Bennett and Representative Rupert of New York have
united ln a minority report against
,ho immigration bill, recently reported,
alleging, among other things, that the
bill would keep out desirable immigrants from North Europe while admit, ing the less desirable ones from
the south.
The senate today took up, and passed, a bill amending the law relative
to the allotment of land to Indians.
A campaign for the defeat of the
free denatured alcohol bill already has
heen started In the sante. Tariff reducing amendments are being repaired,
and by the time the measure is reported out of the committee, Its
friends predict, it will be so loaded
down as to arouse debate approaching
In volume the discussion ou the railroad rate bill. It is expected that
either Senator Lodge or Senator For-
aker will offer the Philippine tariff
bill as an amendment, which opponents of the alcohol bill are confident will have the desired effect.
Help for Milkkelsen.
Victoria, April 25.���Captain Mikkelsen, the Arctic explorer who is preparing to sail on May 15, seeking to
discover further land In the Arctic,
was today given $1,000 by the Canadian government toward the enterprise. A subscription was also received from Lord Rothschild.
WHIBuild 400 Miks of Railway for the
United   States Government.
Kansas City, April 25.-The first
corps of civil engineers sent to construct the railroads for the United
States government in ihe Islands ot
Panay, Negros and Cebu, left Kansas
City las, alght on a special train over
the Burlington railroad for Seattle,
whence they will sail for the Philippines on the steamer Minnesota ou Saturday  next.   The party includes doc
[tors,  stenographers, offlce men,  and
} In fact an entire railroad organization.
' Philippine native labor ls to be
used almost entirely l��� the actual
work ot the construction 0f the particular railroad that this party of
men will build. The railroad will be
400 miles in length. It will be built
across the three islands named and
will be so located that the steamboat
lines may  mus,  easily  connect with
I the railway terminal of the different
islands, thus making a continuous line
of transportation trom the main island
ot Luzon to the fariliermoH, island.
The cost of this railroad will approach $12,000,000, and lt Is to be con-
Dieted within four ymt, All supplies
for its construction will come from
the United States, except the cement,
which will he brought from China, aud
the ties, which will be cut by native
labor. The road when completed will
he-modern in every respect.
The party, which includes fifty en-
giners, will travel to Billings over the
Burlington, thence via the Northern
Pacific to Seattle. Thla party is soon
to  be  followed by another 100 men.
Convenient Postal  Notes.
Washington, April 25.���The adoption of a postal note as a convenient
means of transmitting small sums of
money through the mall is proposed
In a draft of a bill submitted to congress by Postmaster-General Cortel-
you. ft is proposed that special notes
in denominations of one to nine cents
be sold at their face value without a
fee. The regular postal notes will be
for 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60. 70, 75, 80 and
90 cents, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
A fee of 1 cent will be charged for
notes from 10 to 50 cents and 2 cents
for notes from 50 cents to $2.50.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Carnarvon SL, between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles.
From 15c. up.
CAMP, 191.���Meels on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month 'n
K. of P. Hull. John MeNTven,
Chief;   J. .1.  Forrester,  Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Hoard of Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarto, ly n,eel lags on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday     of      February.      New
members   maj   be   proposed   and
elected ���t anj mo���,hly or quarterly
meeting.    A. 1). White, Sec.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
Business Institute
On modern lines even in   backward old
China.    We have heard thai the   Recycle Bicycle has been seen on the streets
of Shanghai.   We handle  the  Kacycle
and   Perfect  Bicycles,    the  two best
_������ ,,    ..        c.      . ...    ., bicycles  made in Canada or the United
336 Hastings Street VV., Vancouver  States,    Whatever wheel you buy here
it is value for your money. We also do
all kinds of bicycle and other repairing.
Bring your lawn mower to get sharpened and put in shape. Don't mistake
the place.
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg Short-1
hand. Telegraphy and Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
THE BEST of courses, the BEST of
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
R. J. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Westminster  IrOn  WorkS  | Thc Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Ornamental   Iron   Work,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
New Westminster. t*. O. 474.
Croquet Sets
From $1.50 up at
Full Line of
Sporting Goods
Mutual   Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds $44,000,000.00
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds ?tf,uuo,uoo.00
This is a company of polic y-holders, by policy-holders, ror policyholders.
OUR MOTTO:    ine largest amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone 85.
J. F. Junkin Gives Evidence on Manufacturers Life Deals.
Toronto, April 25.���The royal commission to inquire Inlo llfe insurauce
methods opened Its Investigation here
this morning. After argument between
counsel as to whether or not the Manufacturers' Life should be heard before the completion uf Superintendent
Fitzgerald's testimony, which was incomplete when the commission adjourned at Ottawa for Easter, J. F.
Junkin, general manager ot the Manufacturers' Life was called. He gave
particulars of the organization of the
Manufacturers' Life iu 1901, which Included the amalgamation of the Temperance Life and General Life Insurance companies.
In this connection he sabl that Hon.
C. A. Cox had obtained 2,1100 shares of
the Manufacturers' Life from the late
George Gooderham, who held tho largest number of shares of the company.
Mr. Junkin knew nothing about this
transaction until the transfer had
been made.
Mr. Milley, assistant counsel for the
Dominion government, asked Mr. Junkin for an explanation of the agreement between Hugh Sutherland, manager of the Temperance Life hy which
the manufacturers agreed to pay him
for live years a salary of 2,000. Mr.
Junkin said this was a retiring allowance. Mr. Sutherland had to agree
not lo work against the Manufacturers in any way, otherwise the allowance would be cut off.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.       Sign���Man on Wheel.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Sport" Cigars
Yo,i do the wise thing. Its tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
Factory and offlce, Brine Block,
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Plants antl Annuals of  all  kinds,  cut
flowers and floral designs,    Dahlias
50c per dozen.
Telephone A184 or address 4th Avenue
and 10th Street.
Teacher of the German
Language   and   Piano.
German Conservatory Method.
Take notice that the Great West
Packing Company Limited have deposited plans and application for the
erection of a wharf on the Fraser
River, British Columbia, on the foreshore of Section 12 and Fractional
Section 13, Block 3, North Range 1,
Dated at New Westminster, B. C,
this 15th March, 1906.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 1S5.      Barn -jr-none 137
B. X Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturer, and Dealers in AU Kind, of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and FancyJGIass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
_^_^_^__^_^_M_^B__ -a_
New  Saloon Ordinance Will  Put low
Joints Out of Business.
Tacoma, Wash., April 25.���The
police and license committee of the
city council is drafting an ordinance,
which, when passed, will mean a revolution of saloons here. The ordinance
removes winerooms ami boxes from
saloons, prohibits the presence of
women In saloons, prohibits any painting of windows or curtaining of their
fronts which will obstruct the view
into the interior from the sidewalk, and
lastly will raise the saloon license to
$1,000 a year. It Is expected that this
last Hem alone wlll cut out a score
or so of saloons, leaving only those
able to conduct a clean and respectable business.
The present line-up of the council la
such that the ordinance will be passed
at Us first reading. The situation Is
alarming to lhe saloon interests of
the city, as Hie measure ls the most
drastic ever aimed at them in Tacoma,
and will materially cut down their
revenues, as well make a constant
hardship in carrying on their business.
Carnegie to Visit Ottawa.
Ottawa, April 25.���Andrew Carnegie
will arrive in Ottawa on Saturday evening. He will proceed to Government
house at once, but In the evening
will be the guest of the Canadian club, when he will deliver an address. On Monday he will be presented
with an address of welcome by the
city, and will formally open the Carnegie library.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster.
Ex-Mlnl��te.�� Draw Pension*.
Ottawa, April 25.���There was a ��hort
sitting of the house today. Ilon. Mr.
Fielding read a statement showing
that all retired cabinet ministers entitled to pensions have drawn the same
up to the end of March, except Sir
Charles HIbbcrt Tapper and Mr. Tartu
who drew to the end of February.
TO PLAY BASEBALL : White   Blouses
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.
Entertainment   Is  Enjoyed  and $76   Is   Passengers Continue Their    Trip    By
Netted for California Relief
Rail ���Floats    Off  At
High Tide.
Sid   Malcoln-scn     Will   Put    Machinist
Team    in    Field    Against
All  Comers.
S. AN NAN DALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. VV. Gilchrist, Mgr.
_�� _>
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance. ;���;
We have been appointed apents for the Union   A
of London, England, which has been carrvini..; on fin
since 1714 A. D.,
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada., assurance record:
"-���urance  Society
insurance business
and  which  has  a  capital and accumulated   funds  of
}���;   Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   I'rem. $22,954.60
1900 Assurance in force $1.792,5U0.
1901 "            " 2,554,904.
1902 "            ���' 3.425,897.
1903 "            " 4,086.112.
1904 "            " 4,509,754.
Premiums $ 62,605.96  >_<
92,029.30  >J
126,695.21 ;���;
150,644.68 >_��
166,884.20 >J
MONEY    M-flTTADDIF     9      Cf\       Real   Etitae   Brokers
TO LOAN.   mCV��UAJ\l\lL     Ot     LU., on_ Contractor,
186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C
a success financially, the handsome sum of $76 net being realized.
This will be forwarded to the governor of the state of California for distribution to the sufferers of the San
Francisco disaster. Owing to the absence of Mayor Keary due to illness
in the family, P. H. Glover was elected chairman. A fine programme bad
been prepared, which included singing, dancing and wrestling. The Highland dancers were Messrs. Adams,
Man hews and Henderson Bros., the
music being supplied by Innis Adams.
Several good comic songs were rendered by Messrs Stenson, Robb, Owens
,.s and challenged all and sundry of
on the battle
The benefit concert given bv the city      While steaming Into McKay's land- Sid Malcolmson,   has   thrown    the
firemen last evening In the opera house  Ing on its trip yesterday afternoon the ���.,���������,
,  .     Kainona ran on a submerged stump al
was largely patronized and proved to
ow tide, and for some time laj  in .,
, the citv .-. sports to meel
dangerous   position.     The   Btarboard
side of the keel rested on the obstrnc ��n������.,l al Moody bquare and try con-
lion and the vessel lurched. elusions   wiih   the  baseball  artists  01
The   steamer   Transfer   came  along the Schaake Machine works on Satur-
and endeavored  to haul  the Rani,ma i|ay afU.nl0(m nv\i. The machine boys
off but did not succeed. consider  that   they  are hard  to  beal
Grand Showing of Special Values in Ladies' Blouses
See the Values we are  Snowing at
75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 and 2.00
On Display on Our Center Tables Near Door.
The passengers'all left the boat ami
continued their Journey to New Westminster by the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The Ramona floated off at high tide
and, continuing Its journey, arrived
in port about  10:3" p. m.
with bai and glove and are aching to
try conclusions with the best the city
can produce.
The challenge has been receive.I
by K. Sinclair chairman of the City
Ha.-, ball club and he states that a red
rag like thai cannot be ignored by the
city aggregation and a party of artists will be wailing for the machinists
on Saturday afternoon and tha. thej
are going to wallop them too.
Building New Tug.
Workmen are now busily engaged In
the construction of W. A. Gilley's new
and Knnis, and although it had been tug. The vessel will be rather larger
requested that no encores be asked, than tbe Mabel which is now doing
the audience would    not be    satisfied   Mr. Gilley's work and will be fitted out WOMEN MEET.
With l.ss than a couple of songs from   with very powerful engines which will 	
each. enable   it   to  do   any   lowing  business   Memory of Frances Willard Is Honored
The f.-ature of the evening was the  demanded     by   Mr.  Gilley's    business. at Horne 0f Mrs. Sinclair.
two wrestling bonis between Wise and The bow and stern ami a bug.' portion
McDonald, and Cunningham and Mc- ���;- the frame work is in readiness >"
Donald. A very good exhibition was ,���. put together. The machinery for
given in each case and the men were the boat bas been ordered from Eng-
evenly matched.    Both boms   resulted   land and is now en.route.
in a draw. ���_ 0 -���
 1 o	
The \Vo���,.���'s Christian Temperance
Union Is still very much alive In the
Royal t'iiy and ;, well intended meeting was belli yesterday afternoon In
the home of Mrs. Sinclair. The evenl
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, 20n or 50 acre
blocks of the best
black loam in British
Columbia. Ready for
Only $50.00 Per Acre.
Two   Men   Lose  Lives While at  Work
in Construction Camp at
Kenora, Ont., April 25.���A double
fatality occurred at Videen & Parson's
cons,rue,ion   camp  at   Parrywood    at
I-about 11 o'clock this mnn,ing. A driller named Ben Carlson, together with of 100 for the entertainment In aid of ,,:"""'1 v- '" Perrywhohad been prom- Mrs Corbet| followed with a sob, nobis assistant, Johnson, were charging the San Francisco relief fund which jsin" '" i,:'-v a !i(',',>-- '" ''"��� ""' Pasl companied by Miss Vass, Mrs. Maxwell
a hole wl,.,, the dvnamite suddenly was put on lasi night in the opera tw0 (,il-vs- '"" ll;ul :":-"''"' '' keep then read a paper on the pollyglol
exploded, causing a huge rock to fall hous, by the flre department. He hia Promise. The law permits the im- whlch waa origlnated by Miss Willard
on two muckers working a cut below, would go Into a store or an office with Position of a fine of *100 for breaches ftfter hl.,. visit ,��� ,,.,,,.,��� in l885j hM
killing ihem both instantly. Carlson an anxious expression and say: 'Say ot law alon8 lhis line. 'I
and Johnson escaped with some severe Jack, lend me two bits, will you?" Thr'   Perr>' B appearance
|  injuries to the head, the eyes of the unsuspecting on.- would good natured-  fcl
unfortunates  suffering the worst    in-lly disgorge the required two bits and
took  the  form  of a  mem .rial  service
Neglects to  Pay  License. ,_   ,)(   rf  M,M   prances   wi|1;m|  ()f
Joseph Gets the Coin. Chief Constable Spain this morning international  W. ('. T.  I', fame.  Mrs.
It  certainly  takes Joe  Reichenbach  llr,'w '"" a dangerous looking blue pa- LamD ,.,,.���, an excei,en1 paper ,,��� the
to sell tickets. Yesterday he disposed  Per '" '"' served <���, a commercial man worli 0, w  c  T   r   organiafltlon and
named F. I.,
not yet been Women, and petitions all sovereigns
ami nib-rs to co-operate in the aboil
tion  of the  liquor and opium  traffic.
Epworth  League
Thursday Evening, April 26 5
School Room of Queen's Avenue
Methodist Church
Admission   to  Building
15c Including Luncheon
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Screen Doors
Screen Windows
This is the  season  I
your doors and w b
tected from Hi,  ,   Our
is complete and well
!jury.    The    dead    and  injured    were  ,hen watch to see the beneficiary light Back to the Mines.
brought   in  town this afternoon. The out  ,,, the restaurant  to ir'  a much K_ Macdonald  bartender at th,  i
names of the men killed could not be  needed meal. A smile would light up mopolltan hotel will leave New West
learned.  It   Is  nol   likely  that   an  In- the countenance of the borrower and minster nexl   week    foi    the    Yukon
quesl  will be held.   Carlson, the man  he would quietly lay a concert ticket wjjere ne w}]i engage in the gold mln-
wbo  was    charging    th.- bob-, states  on the counter    in exchange   for the
thai he has had long experience in the  loan. If the victim only had half a dob
ise of dynamite, and  never knew  it  lar, Joe would smoothly take that anil i���,,.n nearly four yea:- in the Yukon.
hand rm' two tickets. Hi  talks of pat- 0n hla ,���.���,.��� he wen, t0 Seattle and
entlng  the  scheme lest   young  ladies remained there until  February, when
booming   church   social    propositions ,���. ,������,. Up his ,.,,,,,.,:, posltlo- .,, ,,,���
ire led to flatter him in Immitatlon.    , 0 -        ,    [g Mention    to
New Saw  Mill.
Arrangements have been completed
by .1. Hariri,',, fi Co., ���f this city,   to
star! a lumber and shingle mill al  Bl-
ing industry. Mr.  M       ,1   ii only re-  gln ������ ,,���   N|comek1 river. Thr. mach-
'  having  lnerv haa  .i,,,;,,.   ,,,,������ pUrchaJSed and
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - - - B. C.
Advertise in the News
explode In this manner before.
��� 0	
will br- Installed in the mar future.
San   Francisco   Prcblem   Up
to Special Committee.
k,    April    26.���The    Tim, -
lys al a meeting   oi  th,   New York
leave h, re on the li.     C inadian boal
.Mav  ::, or  be maj   .
bly 1, ave on the 31s   of Api 11, going
on ie.-  ol the  American bo
A Number One
8 Roomed House
For Rent
At $15.00
This house is not for
Give us a call in our
new office. We can
interest you.
278  Columbia   Street.
Firemen   Doctor   Mcnkey.
The firemen al No. l hall a i   i
In   ��� ' ' fa monkey, which they
Fire  Insurance    exchange    the rating  received lasi nighl from Central Park.
.oil;-  of the local Insurance offices in   s|nc,   ":"   death    of their pel   "Jack" Rlver ls Rising.
the rooms of the New York board of 'ls; 1;l"- '''" men have :"";i trying to     The firs:  big freshel  of the Beason
underwrl esterd        fternoon   all  l'r��cur,  another monkey. This one ar-  Is ���..��  on and the river is filled with
Insurance   questions   Involved   i��� the  ���'���'������''' "" board the Empress of Chi,.a  floating    ree    and  brush, The tide is
San Franci co   I ���   referred  '���'"' week, and was transferred to the running very swiftly and the water is
to n  special  .1. ���     to  b,   named  >'"r'n in a v'er>' P00r condition. At pre-  rising, Owing to th,   small amounl of
. <;. F. Shallcross, United States man-  ~'"m !l1'' firemen are feeding it on milk  snow thai bas fallen <���, the mountains
ager ol the Royal Insuranc,  of Liver-   wi,n lh" :"'^ '"' :1 BP����n
pool, who was chain,.a,i of the me,  -  emaciated  thai   Its chances  of re��H
[ng, ering are bul  slight. The brut,       ou
. underwriters and brokers had.'"1 ,ll(' 'awn i!1 a small cot, and the
���'. cted thai the exchang, would or- men '���'l;" "lrns '�� attending to it. It
der a formal increase j,, .;.,. insurance is ;' female of the ring tail species and
ra,-- at least in the congested dis- ! on, of th, Slmiadae group, a native
tricts of 'his city following the course  "'  Australia.
adopted Ind, p, nd, ntly bj some of the " '!l1' monkey recovers from its pre-
gtronger companies within the las, few s,'"! condition, there will be some en-
days, tertalnment around the fire hall in the
It was decided however, thai pending future, as ihis one was tamed by the
the reporl of the special committee no
and is said to be
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone   170.
... .-������." 7, u:
Are They Mated ?
aetion in the way ol Increasing rates
or of outlining methods of meeting
other conflagration problems should
be taken.
To protect companies against premature cancellation and renewal of
policies bj brokers in order to avail
the policj hqjder of rates prevailing
before any increase the exchange ordered thai all such cancellations
made be al whal Is calle I the "short
rate" basis instead of pro-rata. Seventy
three mi mb, rs were present.
After the meeting Mr, Shallcross
sabl thai there bad b, en mr concerted
"���ffor, to raise rat, s, Fair: exai I maps
of the burned areas have been prepai
ed by the larger companies on the basis
of specific advices from Oakland and
there appears to be no reason for
changing the i In at, ��� of last week
placing the Insurance ai stake in the
city of San Francisco al aboul $238,-
688,000, the losses on Insured propertj
destroyed or damaged   ���,    ���,���    more
than 1200,000    and the   Insurance
loss nt from Da to 60 per cent, of the
prop, rtj b,ss.
sailors on the liner
lull of tricks.
Bul the Monkey failed to i, cover
died this afternoon.
but it Ls so during the pas, winter i, is not expected thai the river will rise to any
- n il  hi Ighl  this year.
. rj	
Tenders All In.
T, nders are now nil in for the construction of the G. \. K. wharves and
buildings. The sealed tenders have
been sent on to the company's head-
qua - - In Seattl, and will be opened
there and the contract awarded,
Interest  In   May   Day.
On Friday nigh' all citizens Inter,
ed in the maintenance of the annua'
May   Daj    celebration   are   asked   to
meel In the board of trade ro s al v
o'clock .-harp. This Interesting festival
has been carried on annually for a
great number of years and the major-
It; of I !,.��� citizens are in fa-.
Ing up the ens'..rn. Full arrangements
for the celebration    will be made   on
Fri laj nlghl and, the date of 'I venl
wlll be Bet.
Ccurt of hcviston.
Notices have been posted outside
the provincial court hous.- thai the
dlstricl registrar, S. A. Fletcher will
hold a couri of revision on May 7 to
add or substract names frum the new
voters'  list.
Do you need a Set
��  ��y      -I   O We guarantee to fit you
Oi    I ��Sill ��� or Refund Your Mone,
Generally   Fair   Weather.
Victoria, April 26.���The barometer Is
87th Anniversary
of Oddfellowship
brothers of Royal  City  Lodge
Amity  Lodge No. -7.  Harmony
high and  ,'���.- weather    fair over this The
portion of the province and moderate N,
easterly winds prevail along the coast Encampmenl   No. 2,    and  all  visiting
while nbout Port Simpson rain is fall- Oddfellows are requested  to  meel   in
W. it. Gilley is rejoicing In the fad   Ing,  Light   frosts are reported in  Al- the  Oddfellows'   hall  at   6:30  o'clock
that he had just received tidings of rei- berta and thunderstorms have occurred sharp Sunday evening. April 2H, pre-
Our    Prices
Pav  More?
Tiding From San Francisco.
atlves in S:in Francisco aboul whom
he was very anxious. His friends are
safe and state that they had been compelled to camp oul on the hills since
the disaster.
in   .Manitoba.
Foi leasts for '���',''< hours ending 5 p.
m. Friday on the Lower Mainland:
Easterly winds, generally fair, no,
much change In temperature.
Does This Interest You
paratory to at lending divine service
in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church.
Beulah Rebekah Lodge No. 5 and visiting Rebekahs are asked to meet in the
By  order C.  S.   KEITH.
D.  D.  G.   M.
Dated 26th April, 1906.
^nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
St. Patrick's Hall
Prof. Alexander
Friday���His Most Popular Lecture
Couples  matched  on   the st ige at the
close.     Admission 25c, 35c ami 50c.
Thursday-Social Fads.    Collection.
Private Consultations  Daily  From
10 a.m., at the Guichon Hotel.
Married in France.
Paris, April 26.���The civil marriage
of Spencer Eddy, secretary of the Am-
��� rl, ni embassy al St. Petersburg, and
' Lurllno Spreckels, daughter of fi. A.
Si n ckels of San Pranclsco occurred
today al the town of Passy in presence
of a number of relatives and friends.
The church marriage will take place
British   Coin  for   Russia.
liondon, April 26. -The British portion, (66,505, > of the Russian loan,
has been covered and the subscription closed today, Applications were
received from Germany and elsewhere
on the continent,
Winnipeg Wer.lth.
Winnipeg, Man., April 2U���The bank
clearings for the week    ending   today
nmoupl to $9,002,903;  1905, 54,659,791;
1904, (.,266,757.
K. I WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
A Full set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
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 fertileZFraser  Valley
where just these conditions prevail
Nice Lot, cleared and
fenced, at corner of 9th
Street and St. Andrew's
Street.   A Snap at . . .
Good residence lot on
Queen's Avenue, East.
Fine location.   Only . .
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate    l
1 Agents. Tel. 106. Columbia St. '
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes.
Bridge Work is the most durable of all Dental Work.
Bridge Work is 22k.    Guaranteed for 10 years.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists, Ltd.
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember the Place
407 Hastings St. West, Vancouver.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������**        t
* Electric Railway Service;
Leopold Place. T
Sunday   Service   half-hoUfU   '   I
I ween  8  ft.  "'���  1""1   J ���
Interurban   Line.
(lars   r,,r   Vancouver ami way
Stall,MIS   1,1   !>.:.,,  ,1,1,1   hli,,  a.!,,,.
and every hour thereafter between h a.m. and n p.m.
Half hour cars from l_m. Io 7
Cars leave Vancouver ror Westminster at. same hours.
Last car Saturday ,,i n p.m,
City Limits Line���Horvico trom
6.30 a. in. to 11  ],. ���,.
20 Minute Service���,No transfer.
Hetwecn 12 and _ and l, and 7.
City and Sappe"0"' !
Sapperton Line
vie,., except  between
2, and 6 and V. <"in"
hours    the    sen""
an.l  11
Sunday  Service
tween 8 a.
v be-
British Columbia Electric Ry- Co.


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