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 VOLUME I, NUMBEB 64.
WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1906
10 CENTS PER WEEK
CLOUDS DISPERSE
FOR QUEEN OF MAY
Rain Ceases, Sun Shines, Bands Piety and the Royal Party
Proceeds to Queen's Park Where  Crowning
Ceremony Is Performed and Fes-
tivities Commenced.
BRITISH SAILORS DROWN
' -u a
the d
er  iw,
.   for the
m |0oked bTlghtei
asttv
o'clock, the sun w
opposite    th,'  .   . ..
ise favorablei Alice McNamara
ic  conditions , stand.
O'clock,     and Ex-Queen's   Speech.
Day  celebra-      The ex-Queen's speech  was as foi
m   they    had  )oWii:
?s, and by one |
���li,ing encour-
Port Said, May 18.���The British torpedo boat
j No. 56 ca off this port in the night during a
storm.    Seven of her crew were drowned.
The admiralty's despatch confirming the press
announcement of the loss of the British torpedo boat
j No. 56 says she was in tow of the Protected cruiser
} Arrogant when she capsized and sank. She carried
a crew of thirty officers and men. Seven of whom
are missing.
CRITICAL MOMENT
ARRIVES IN RUSSIA
rough ihe
"Mj  beloved subjects,���The duty of
abdication    which    tails upon me today is made most pleasant b; the fact
Is  as  if  invit-   ,[,.,,   V0l]].   se]ec,jon   of  my   succe880r
u. everybody io turn  out  and  help meets with mj hearty approval and is
asion  of the    May  certain of universal sanctl   .
,,,.,���,.,.- The past year has been on   ol
Ig   Uianiirr. stttttttm
and plentj  and Divine pr
1!h . .    unforunately,    are ^���
SMOOTH DECEIVER
CA UGHT A T MISSION
President of Lower House Presents Reply to the Emperor- Political Prisoners Demonstrate   and   Troops
Send Bullets Through Windows
of Prisons.
St  Petersburg, May is.���Thr criti- rarian project, upon which they cum
ca] moment which will decide whether to strengthen themselves in the coun-
will  be peace or war between try before the final battle opens.
ii,,   crown and the people apparently -Black Hundred" Protests,
arrived with th<   passing by the lower .,.,,.���  lh(, 0()ur,  reactIoniBt8 headed
house his;  nlghl   of iis  reply  to the bj   (.(,m,ral Tr(,110tTj .���,,    8eeking   in
speech from the throne Pres Mouromt- ev( ,_v way ])(lssihH, 10 lnfluence 1h��� ,,,���
seB has gone to Peterhof to presenl ,���.,,���. ,��� flghl is .���������.���.,,���, ,,v th��� (lis.
shown   us   the   way   to  a
dence has
ill greater
Hill   in   a
'
��� 	
spite of;..<-  -'��� grass ^^^^^^
elder brothers and sis
.:
rather damp    condiUon,  1m1.Vi ���,  ,,,.,,, Wfl have hltherto n,aliz.
��� ,,f no more rain, ed.
enjoj  themselves In     "I thank you for the steadfast loyal-
and this eveu-  '���  -um llav"' shown during the term of
in\ reign and In laying down the seep-
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_Jr<  entrusted to me I year ago I do so
ters arrive on ihe scene and takr pan   wj,h   ���V(,,.V   confldence^ ln   continued
i.n and all .such trou-  devotion  to  my Royal  sis:,:- whom  I
,.     forgotten in the now crown Queen of the May.
.. . pleasures  ot the dance.      "To Your Majesty I express thehope
mo   Hoys'    Brigade   and  that you  may have repeated in your
?.       ,   : this morning and were  Royal duties thi   pleasure I have had,
stock of this city,  being  and  may  you and your youthful  sub-
conspicuous uu    me street    in    their  Jects continu,��� to enjoy the happiness
The hoys were    the and   prosperity  with   which   ihe  very
members of the    Now air seems weighed."
istei  Boys' Brigade for dinner
_ad aftc:. nicd up and headed
'   'minster    Fife    nud
| ;. they inarched to the Cl
...��� i by the crowds who had
ting their appearance.
Strains of Music.
Seattle Man With Jewels, Cash and a Bad Record Trifles
With   Too   Many Women and Has Much
To Answer for in Courts
of Justice.
Queen's  Reply.
Her Royal Highness was graciously
pleased to reply as follows:
"Mj   beloved  subjects,���The  enthusiasm   with  which "you have ibis daj
Ire-asserted your loyalty  to the    Maj
     I crown fills nie with gratitude and pro-
Colonel   C. J. Scott   and   Captain  fovmdedly  impresses    me    with    my
Peele arrived at the appointed meet- R0yai "responsibility.
unpre
���niiur
:-;,.;.    on time, and a few minutes "j  congratulate vou  on
bier other members of tbe committee cedented prosperity of our
came strolling up. At a quarter to two, ,Ul. manifold evidences of a glorious
' , re '"and iu the tuture which are furnished from every
the different musical or- qllarlt.r ���f <��������� domain.
ganizati,:.- accompanied by ihe New "The bountiful resources with which
Westm              s'Brigade were seen Divine   providence  has  endowed
a man who ceiled hints, II .lack
Travell, was hi and costs   at
Mission yesterdaj afternoon bj Capt.
Pittendrigh, S. M., having been found
guilty ol pointing a revolver at two
women ami tii,- ening to take their
lives. He was then handed over to a
S a offli < . w bo took him bai to
the Sound Citj where a number of
,u    .     rges are laid against him.
The man who chooses to call hlm-
sell Travcil at the present time, as he
bas a number of.aliases, turns out to
b<   one of the smoothest   crooks   to
rike ihis district tor some time. He
is a slick looking fellow, dresses in
tip top style with the swell est of tailor
made suits and patent leather shoes,
llis personal effects which are at the
present lime    In  the    possession    of
th, replj to the emperor and his majesty's reply is awaited with great anxiety.
Popular opinion considers thai the
governmenl has no option between!
surrender and war. Nevertheless
whi!, events during the pasl week followed each other with extreme rapidity, the Issue now raised is nol likely to he decided quickly. The Russians
generally believe thai the emperor's
couri and governmenl have been dazed by ih,  blunt,   direct fashion   with
covery of a recent circular senl to the
governors Instructing them to have
the "black-hundred" organizations Immediately despatch to the emperor
protests against amnesty and the abolition of the death penalty. These have
been (lowing into Peterhof from all
,1 i, Mens, over 50 being printed in the
Official Messenger today.
Fire   Into   Prisons.
The dispatches from the interior rein,rt   demonstrations  In  from  of the
of  Seattle,    C del    Cons i Ie    Spain
handed th, he had taken fromithelr llo!icv naturally wU, De t0 gam
Travell over to him, and then in order  ,i]1|(,
e and Chief Constable Spain embrace a mag-
our
niflcent ring set with three Immense
pearls, the centre one of . h..n is
I,la, k. The ring is said to bc vain, ,1 ai
$300, lie had in his possession about
$700, and carried an expensive watch,
to be .sure that all was well, he promptly wired the acting chief of police in
Seattle and asl ed him if all was rich!.
In a short time he receive,! a reply to
the effect that they had no warrant
out for Travell's arrest but to hold
him and they would send a man to
lake him In charge.
t)u receipt of this information, Chief
i',instable Spain, relieved the deputy
sheriff of Seattle of the money and
valuables, and Detective Hums of the
Seattle police force came over in a
hurry, took Travell in charge nn 1
waltzed him across the border.
Chief Spain still retains the motf
and' valuables and will make a personal  tri[, to Seattle in order to surrender them personally to the proper authorities.
Smooth Society Artist.
Travell is well known on the other
side and on several occasions has    by
Tin
Czar Rejects Advice.
emperoi  personally is in a ben*
,  , ,.,,��� ,.���,  ..,,,!   prisons in all parts of Russia in favor
which parliament has spoken oui and ���
of the release of the political prisoners.   At Simferpol, troops surrounded
the prison where the political prisoners were making a demonstration, and
fired al  them 1 brough the windows.
In St. Petersburg the political prisoners awaiting transportation at the
deporting prison hung out red flags
from the windows and sang the "Mar-
s< liaise" throughout the night, while
the crowds outside joined ln the revolutionary songs.
Revolutionists Import Autos.
St. Petersburg, May IS.���The police
On arriving at the Cres-
Westminster Boys' Brl-
I cei tain evolutions un-
Bd  of  Captain  Wilkie.
''Me th, lined up and diseours
music. When the Royal car
man whom he bad agreed to marry.
Money   Lcok  Good  to  Him.
land are attracting the attention of the
whole world am! we are now entering
upon an era of wonderful ,level,-,;,
ment
"My executive    in  whom    we    are
I pleased   to   ofniimie   our   conlidene-       Mr_   Kil)i, j_ saiil ,��� be woll kn0wn
, approaching In the dis-  havi, j,,-<>vi.u-,l Tor you this day many   -_u BeatUe allil h.l(i al  her dlspo8a- .,
boys    formed   a    double ],1���asu,,,s, and tru8tlng Ula, your Jo.   coaSiderable quantity of money, which
or through which the May   wil] ,���. aa unbounded as your loyalty,   1(,oUi,   sood   l(,   la(.k     ,,���  persuaded
���       md her maids of honor rode in   , D0W dlBmIra >.������.������ Mrs_ Klflg (o ^ ^ hayg a 1n���usaml
Col. Scott's Remarks. dollars   to   be   invested   in   her   name.
on  formed up, led  by
. attired in his gala un- Colonel  Scott  also .made a speech,
': which he has led .so many lo which  he referred to the uniavor-
irocessions. Following came able weather conditions that had pre-
tminster Fife and Drum ceoded the holding of tlie procession,
e Nanaimo Boys' Brigade but  remarked tfial  the .sun    had de-
"ty natty in their smart signed to smile upon Her Royal High-
l:!l;ilii ;" and   regulation   hats.  ness. He remarked thai  this was the
The x
and watch case.  II,   came to Mission   means of his polish    and    acuteness
from Seattle and brought with him a  managed to worm himelf Into the best
Mrs. King of Seattle, a divorced wo-1 society In some of the American cities.
, Bcieni frame of mind and for ihe present will not listen to the opinions of
Cut,' who advise him to dissolve parliament and fight. Nevertheless he is
olved nol to j leld anything like all
parliament demands, li safely can be
.said therefore that he will pursue a
temporizing policy with partial amnes-
��� j  as the first step.
The Constitutional Democrats
whose programme would be upsel by according to the N'asha Sbism, have
the dissolution of parliament, are quite discovered thai revolutionists have
as anxious as the emperor to avoid the Imported over a score of automobiles
precipt at' m of a conflict. They would into St. Petersburg for use in case of
regard the failure of the governmenl an uprising. The motor ears have
to declare war as a big preliminary been transferred to Individuals who
Ivictory of which they would take ad- will hold them until they are needed
vantage by forcing threugh their a .- by the revolutionists,
OLD AND FEEDLE MAN       PILE DRIVER HAMMER
HANGED FOR MURDER      FALLS THROUGH SCOW
^^^^^     regulation   hat.s.   n, ss.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
N'1V Westminster Hoys' Brigade, forty-flftb Queen of ihe  May that  he
brining a t   : | ,,- honor for the May had bad the pleasure of seeing crown-
ige terminated the  pro- ed ln Now  Westminster,    and    after
Royal Carriage.
carrlag, . in  winch  wen
���
Starre
imara
'     Royal   Highness    Myrtle
"   ' v May  Queen Alice Mc-
and tour maids of honor was
"fautirullj decorated,
Mdmira     . ���,,,,.,.
- he
and expressions
heard   on   every
and   hie  willing
eithn^J " ll;"' C0!"iainI>' surpass-
* upon this occasion, and
work, ^^^^^
%s tl,
thanking the people for their kind attendance,  he  called   for three  cheers
for lhe Queen of lhe .May, whieh were
lustily  given.
Ribbons  Unfurled.
Th bands struck up "God save   the
Queen," a-Ting the  playing of which
After the couple had lefl Seattle the
police found out thai Traxell was a
notorious crook for whom they had
been looking for some time and wired
the Vancouver police departmenl to
be on the lookout for him, who In turn
communicated with chief Constable
Spain. In the meantime, the late husband of Mrs. King put the Seattle
sheriff department next u> the fact
that Travell waa perpet 'ating a fraud
on liis late wife and recommended
them to take action, stilting thai he
was willing to defend her.
Women Call Police.
In accordance therewith, the deputy
sheriff of Seattle  was  posted off    to
trace his mira. Through the chief con-
Personally, he is no beauty hul dresses well, has a very smooth tongue and
wit as quick ns a flash. Ili.s wile and
the fair divorcee who was inclined 1o
become Travell's wit',' have also g,,into Seattle to be present at the investigation.
Among TrevaU's keys, the chief con-
stable was astonished to lind a key
which fitted his hand cuffs as nicely
as though made for the purpose. When
asked how that happened, Mr. Travell promptly replied that he had used
i, in private theatricals.
Miles   Fuller.   66   Years   of   Age,   Pays   Goes to  thc   Bottom  of the   River     in
Extreme Penalty in  Butte.. Vicinity of St. Mungo
Mont. Cannery.
Unite.   Mont..   May   IS.���Miles   Fill-      A     pile    driver    hammer      plowed
ler, aged 66, was  hanged  in  lhis eily   through a scow nnd fell inlo the Fraser
at
CIO o'clock ihis morning for ihe yesterday morning. The Reliance one of
\
Account From Seattle.
Seattle,    Wash., May   iV.���.lohn
Travelle,  who  for
has    been    living
more  than
the   life   ,,r
a  year
a  richlolais
for  life   imprisonment   i>ui   the  ofll-
hard   for   ihe   last   three
..���, "       e decoration of the Royal
1    garland    Of    evergreens
"le carriage,   with   boquets
tastily   arranged   at   equal
s- Red. white am: blue
all presenl ancovered their heads, stable's departmenl Treyall was lo-
When the last strains of the music had caied a; Mission, the information com-
died away, the ribbons of the may pele ing to hand through the police con-
were unfurled, and about iuu little stable al thai place who was called in
girls danced around. The ribbons were |,-, two women lo arresl Travell onl he
then  removed, and distributed to the  charge of  presenting    a  revolver    al
and    threatening   to   lake   both
Ives and liis own.
children   in   lhe   building,  along  wiih   them
Candy  and  other delicacies so dear to   i)), ii-
(i nine stream-
"King gracefully below the
Ions,  while  the  spokes
a  were entirely  covered
: and red and while tas-
Otj0 i:"lu' color,, and bouquets
Partofe^ u"lv susP9ndad al different
His m I CarrlaSe< ;u,(1 portraits of
KiT"' Klllg K,lw'"'11 Vn and
tittle- . :"il;l Were displayed on
white S"'<'' enclosed ' > frames of red,
j^and  bi,,,,.  The  carriage    was
aiiil WJ ;' han<lsom, pair of bays,
,-,] ,,,��� n Ul" sextette of white dress
,. I'1" girls It
the lllth
one's hearts.
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STEALS AUTOMOBILE
LOADED WITH WEALTH
contained, it certain-
Daring Thief Gets Away With Millions
Worth of Bonds and
Script.
New York, May is.���A jio.ooo automobile containing $2,400,000 worth of
An Investigation brought to light
Hie tact thai TraVell had been located
at Mission by his legal wife and confronted jusi as b,' had been prepared
C> marry Mrs. King. The climax was
a dramatic one and the prompt .'\
pearance of Ihe local police officer prevented Travell from getting away, the
man in Seattle, and Incidentally, it is
allegi,I, swindling women out of various sums ranging trom $5,000 down,
was arrested lasi night at Mission
Junction, B. ('.. on information that
Travelle is want,'! here on a charge
Involving Sarah A, Minner, ex-wife <,t
C. I'. King, a real estate man in th"
Sullivan building and formerly con
uected with tin.- buffet at the Hotel
Washington.
Deteetiv, Bj me let! this afterno m
for Mission .I'.'.ii.-.'.'(.'.a With n warrant
for "ravellv's arrest, Th'- warrant
charges adultery nnd ie issued up'on
au  Information thai   will  be tiled in
lhe King comity Superior court. Mrs.
Mlnner'a former husband is the complain I. Since adultery is not extraditable, the prosecuting attorney is
hoping that the immigration Officers
will  refuse  to allow  Travelle to pro-
murder of  Henry  Callaghaii on Oct',-   ,h(l   v   H   ,.   ]>aciu>r's fleet came into
1,,'r-l. i:���,I. Heath was instantaneous.   pni.f   a,)(m|   n()(m   ,()winK   ()n(i   q(  ���](i
tlie n, ek being broken. Two thousand .       .,      , .  . ,���,        ,. ,
,   ., .,       ,        companj a  pile  driving outfits  which
people   witnessed  the  execution,  hundreds of  them  being  ad.mii led  on  in-   ll;is   l"""   operating  at   their  ca;,-..
vitation  cards.  Fuller died game and  al  Canoe Fas-,.   The pile driver ham
made no speech.  His age and exlivme   mi r.   which   weighs   In   the   Heighaoi
H. | feebleness had led to a wide petition  |���������, ,,,- a lotl] waa hoisted up to
top of ilie derrick and while opposite
ihe s:. Mungo Canning company's
cannery four miles down the river the
crew undertook to lower lhe hammer
which wiis at the top of fhe derrick.
Ity some mischance the heavy contrivance slipped and fell and ran down
Ilie   shaft      with   such   force     thai   it
punched  a  hole through tlie bottom
of the scow. The rope was torn off
ibe runner and the hammer disappeared in lhe bottom of lhe river. The
crew were so surprised that they did
noi take the precaution ,,f buoying
the spot and hence the hammer i.--,
claimed by Father Fraser until such
time as they can locale the missing
article. The boss of the crew has been
chasing around town trying lo gel a
hammer to fit. but so far wlthoul sw-
cess,
 o	
declined to Interfere, Fuller was
suspected of three other mur,lers one
,lai ing back 2<i years, bul he could not
be convict, d of these, He is .said to
leave ;, widow and .several children In
California.
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WEATHER   PROSPECTS.
Victoria, May is.- Moderate rains
have Fallen on Vancouver Island, the
Lower Mainland and in Washington
and Oregon, ami weather conditions
on ihe Pacific slope are unsettled and
col in,m California to British Columbia.
In lhe Norihwesl a high pressure Is
developing In Alberta, while a storm
area of mueh energy is central in
Manitoba where a fresh easterly gale
prevails    a!    Winnipeg    accompanied
with a thunderstorm.
Snow is falling In MlnnodOSa where
troiind
Scoti l"("t>'    Picture.    Colonel j1)0,1(ls- scrl" and other valuable nm*" | ,h(. grounds  that the money  in  Tra-
acotf
��n th
*f master of ceremonies, rode  was stolen  early this morning by
e box
"'I <m
alongside 'he driver, and j daring thief, who jumped into the ma-
la h|8" ""   "�� wowds along the way
''"'""''I happy style.
Thp ^ Route of Parade.
al��nS t'oi S c'1'"11 by the parade was
s'rePt to 'I"1''''1 aven"�� then up Eighth
Six,h Mrr , "^ Btr8et' alon^ A^e3 t0
ri!|"' thenc al0D8 Six,h t0 R��5'nl av��-
the ^renT l�� Queen's Park- where
Q"een Wn'!"y "f downing the May
Informed     by  ex-Queen
chine   while   lt  stood   unoccupied   on
Broadway near 42nd Ktreet.
Its owner, .1. H. Clarke, an automobile manufacturer had stepped into a
restaurant near by. He heard the ma-
chin,, puff as it started away and although he rushed to the street the
thief sped the machine around a corner and   escaped.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ that he is.
constable hanging right onto his manjjUStlc6| .������, will force him hack across
until the chief and Magistrate Pit ten-; l!lp ]jm, Ai. snml ,1S ,,,, roaci,es Anier-
rlrigh  arrived  on  the spot. i(.,|n   soi,   ,u,   wi)1   ,���,  a].roSted   by  De-
Duped Woman Claims Cash.
When   Travell   paid   his   line,     the   for   trial.     A   telegram   received  late
chief relieved him of his wad, where-: today   says  that   Travelle  will  waive
at   Mrs,  King raised an objection on ', extradition.
Travelle ls wanted more specifically
for working a wholesale swindling
game in which It Is said several well
known local women have been his
dupes.
Lived Like a Prince.
For more than a year Travelle has
been in Seattle almost constantly. The
marriage records show that ho was
married ln this city by Justice George
to   Laura   Martin,   October   15,   1902.
(Continued on Page Five.)
a heavy precipitation of over one inch
coed   inlo   Canadian   territory  on  the||g   ,,,,,,���.,<,,,    ,���1(1   8howera   have  been
a   fugitive   from
Col.  Wilson  Dead.
Mlddletown,   N.   Y.,   May   IS.���Col-
i general   in   all   districts.  Light,  frosts j onel Charles George Wilson, the first
have also occurred. ��� ! president of the New York Consolidnt-
Foivcnsts for 86 hours ending .", p. ed stock exchange and a former pres-
' m. Saturday on the Lower Mainland:   ident  of  the New  York health  hoard
tective Byrne and  brought buck hi'ie   ,W||   .^     un8ettled and cool with i died today of Blight's disease. He was
veil's lKissession was hers. Shortly before his arrest Travell It is stated of-j
fered his wife $10,000 to go away and
leave him in peace and according to
investigation il looks as though the offer wa.s no bluff, and that the money
was really In sight to hand over to the
woman, provided Travell's active
brain could devise no plan to get out
or it.
Chief Spain Takes Treasure.
At the request of the deputy sheriff
rain.
Oil years old.
���"��
13 MOURNERS KILLED
London, May 18.���A despatch to the News
Agency from Berlin says that 13 mourners who were
at the grave side during a funeral at Tescheng, Austrian Silesia, today were struck by lightning and killed while twenty others were severely burned.
#
.-���4 THE DAILY NEWS
WOMEN WAIT ON BEACH
FOK SECOND MESSIAH
Timber   Cruiser   Discovers   Followers
cf Creffield  in  a  Pitiable
Plight.
ands of years, and sooner or later
s, mething will happen to it thai will
be mattet for history.���Xew York
-Mai).
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Great  Reduction.
in many Instances, according to tlie
copies of the way bills, tlie rate paid
by ihe Standard Oil company was
only 33 1-1! per cent, of the amount
slated in lhe hill.
The testimony of employees of railroads is given in confirmation of the
Port land. May 16.���Five women and
a tiny little baby, emaciated, worn out
and haggard, and with hardly enough
clothing    lo cover  themselves,    were
, ,    . c, ,i���.A.,f ��� th��� hooM-   bureau 8 charges that there was a con-
discovered last Saturday on the ueacli
, .  .   .,        ,.   ��� ������,���   ,,���.,,,   ,,.,   cealment of rates granted to the Stand-
in   the   vicinity   ot   Heceia   Head   by ��
o��  ard Oil company,    ln ihe case of the
1 Chicago & Alton Railroad, the general
PRODUCES EVIDENCE
OF OIL TRUST REBATES
��3.-mh_m_i.��
Commissioner   Garfield   Submits   Complete   Report   of   Methods   of
Monopoly Business.
George Hodges, a timber cruiser
Seattle, this state, who was forcing
his way through the rough country to
inspect some timber. Tho women had
subsisted ou crabs and mussels for
days aud were in a pitiful plight. Mr.
Hodges supplied them with some biscuits and condensed milk and had to
mak, his way to tlie nearest settlement without a hit of food.
The  women told Hodges that they
had  I ii   senl   out in  the  wilderness
by Second Messiah Creffield and while
ihey had heard that lie had been killed
in Seattle they said they knew that
such Wiis nol the case, for no one lm1
the-Lord could have the power to
take  llis lifo.
Rescue Is Needed.
Mr. Hodges arrived in Portland yesterday and believes something should
be done to rescue the fanatic women,
who.-e minds have been turned by the
hypnotic Influence of the man who a
few days ago was shot down like a dog
by young Mitchell, whose sisters Creffield had BUCCeeded in bringing into
disgrace.
"These women will starve to death
or expire from exposure," said Mr.
Hodges. "1 found ill, in in a most inaccessible spot on tlie beach and they
had nothing to eat hut a few mussels
gathered on ihe beach. They had two
tents and had prepared as best they
could to await the return of Creffield,
who Ihey said had gone to Queen
Charlotte Sound to select a location
for a colony on one of the many islands there.
"'Creffield is the second Messiah,'
they told me, and they would rather
starve to death than disobey his instructions, He had told them to remain where they were until his return,
and they refused every offer that I
made to s,e them safely back to
civilization.
Hail   From   Corvalis.
"Four of the women hail from Corvalis. I saw them there. I cannot recall   Iheir   names,   although   1     think
tariff officers admitted the existence
of a secret rale, and the purpose was
to conceal it from the other railroads
and nol from the shippers. One of
the leading freight clerks of the Alton is quoled as testifying that the
secret rale wa.s intended only for the
benefit of the Standard Oil company,
and thai had any other shipper inquired for rates he would not have
been given tlie low rate accorded the
Standard Oil company.
Rates   From   Obscure   Points.
The   report   further   shows   the   es-
Washington, May 17.���Presldenl
Roosevelt today transmitted to congress the complete report of Commissioner Garfield on the Standard Oil, a
synopsis of which was sent to con-
gress May 4. In sending the complete
report to the president, Mr. Garfield
took ocasion to answer the comments
of various railways officers and others
: on the statements he had made in his
synopsis..
The report covers 500 printed pages.
In support of the various allegations
made by him, Mr. Garfield prints bodi-
! ly in the report copies of way bills,
letters of railroad officials bearing on
[transactions with agents of the Standard Oil and Independent oil companies,
special oil tariffs of various railroads,
bills of lading, blind bills of lading
and  secret   understandings  and  agree-
FORETOLD     BY     MAGIC     MIRROR.
tabllshment  of   through   rates    from ments of the several railroad compan-
sinall, incoiiseqiiental and  in many in-   ies   named     with     the   Standard     Oil
.sialics obscure poinis, and  the filing''company.
of the tariffs with the interstate commerce   commission   as   evidence   that
the   rates   ffere   not   secret.     But   Mr.
Garfield maintains thai by this arrangement the rales were effectively
secret, because any shipper other than
ih Standard Oil company In applying
for rates would be given the published
rates from other places In the vicin-
ily of the small points referred to,
which in every ease were considerably higher. He declares that the railroads recognized the irregularity of
the arrangement, "and that they designed to hide the rate from all shippers except, the Standard Oil company."
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Sells Fruit Lands.
V. C. Maddock, of the firm of V. C.
Maddock & Co., real estate brokers,
has returned to Winnipeg from a trip
to the coast province where he has
completed the sale of two thousand
acres of fruit laud to a party of Winnipeg speculators. According to the
Free Press Mr. Maddock states that
everything is looking fine in British
Columia. The apple and cherry trees
are in full bloom, and there are splendid prospects for an Immense yield
this season. American speculators are
investing   heavily   in   the   Kootenay
Frank Hurt's wife Js one of them, ij district, and soauo large orchids ars he-
was cruising limber 'in the vicinity, ing planted. The parcel of land se-
wheii the women came and asked me lecled by Mr. Maddock is in the very
help them raise their tents,, whioh had heart of the fruit district, along the
been lorn down by the strong winds Kootenay lake and close to Nelson,
that sweep  In  from the ocean. They  'I'be net price paid, for the tract was
told nie they had lived in the isolated
spot for three weeks. Creffield certainly knew where he was going when
he took those women into the wilderness, for a more secluded place could
not me selected. It is four miles by
the roughest trail imaginable from the
$100,000. On his return trip he remained over a short time at Moose
.law where he has established a branch
for the conduct of real estate. The
heavy fall of snow in that vicinity re.
cently was just, the thing needful for
a  splendid  effect is shown.    Seeding
nearest settlement and about fourteen ls "-bout completed in the Moose Jaw
miles from Waldport, the nearest district,
town. The people of Waldport refuse
to assist the unfortunate women, and
I can Bee no other fate for them than
starvation unless they are rescued before many  days.
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The Fate of Cities.
Soonor or later, it seems, every city
in the country is sure to have its great
calamity. New York had its blizzard,
Charleston its earthquake, Galveston
its deluge, Johnstown iis flood, Chicago and Baltimore their fires, New Orleans its pestilence, St. Louis its cyclone, Pittsburg its riots, Paterson its
dread  trinity  of flame,  Hood  and tor-
High Price for Land.
Regina, Sask., May 12.���It is currently reported that the firm of Mc-
Callum, Hill & Co., have purchased
the farm belonging to Aid. Sinton,
south of the reservoir, consisting of
190 acres, at a price in the neighborhood of $125,000, or a little over $250
an acre. It is also said that the
Klein farm, west of the Sinton property, has again changed hands and
that McCallum, Mill & Co. arc the
new owners. This property was sold
about three months ago, for $65 tin
acre and the price now paid i.s said
Relic  of  Oriental   Mystics   Said  to  Be
Still   Doing   Business.
Tber,��� is ,i magic mirror in Washington, D. C., which is supposed to have
come from the Temple of Aloera, in
the Himalayan mountains, where a
monastery of ascetic monks devoted
tlnir time to the development of psychic powers. It is oblong, a foot and a
half long and a foot wide. It has a
black wooden frame three inches wide,
including a highly polished glass perfectly black, due to the back tyeing
painted with asphaltum.
The mirror was owned by Dr. Leroy
Taylor, a student of the occult, who
got it from a woman who had spent
much of her life in foreign travel.
Just before his death he gave the mirror to Mrs. Gordon, who lives in Tenth
street, between M and N streets. From
her the psychological societies have
been trying to purchase the glass, of-
I fering large wins for it.
A person who wishes to consult the
mirror goes into a room by himself
i and holds the mirror in his lap at an
angle which meets the eye without
causing a reflection on the polished
surface. It is asserted that if the
user possesses any psychic power
there will appear on the glass a filmy
white cloud which will pass across
and disappear in the frame, while
out of the mist will appear faces and'
scenes of happenings to come.
There are many persons who declare
they have seen visions in the mirror���;
prophesies which have come true. The
late Judge Caswell, of California,
while visiting in the home of Dr. Taylor, looked in the mirror and saw the
face of a near relative then living in
Pittsburg. He was struck by the pe-,
culiar way in which the hair was
combed back off the forehead. Two
weeks later Judge Caswell was at the
funeral of this relative and the hair
was combed back in exactly that manner.
Mrs. Gordon, on looking in the mirror recently, saw the picture of a
house on a lawn, near a river, on fire.
The next day a telegram was received,
saying that the home of Dr. Taylor's
son on the Potomac river had been
burned on the day before. Dr. Taylor's
two little grandchildren saw the face
of their dead grandmother In thc mirror.���Philadelphia Telegraph.
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Maple Leaf
Outing
Shoes
There are running shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand
on the sole. They come
in both Tennis and Oxford styles for Ladies or
Gentlemen, Girls or Boys,
and the soles of all are
made from pure para
gum rubber.
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
or Running Shoes
Look well, fit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable.
For sale by all good shoe
dealers.    Ask for  hem.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
Shingle and Saw Mill
j Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
nado, eiiies of the lower Mississippi '<' have heen $75 an acre. Seen by a
valley iheir freshets, and now in San representative of the Free Press on
Francisco, and the sister cities of the Saturday, Mr. Hill declined to make
coast, ruin in earthquake and lire.; :,n>' statemenl on the matter, bui said
Somewhere every year 11 seems to he he ,ni��U! be able to make an antl),��� case that the destruction that be.jnouncemenl ln a day or two.
fell the ancient eiiies of the plain is to
be repeated, to awaken the same superstitious dread and remind humanity
thai "God made the country und man
made the town."
Why is ii that the lament, "Babylon
is fallen, is fallen," must be uttered
every year
as the force of gravitation, but it may
be, as formidable as that force working through an earthquake shock.
Where a multitude of people are gathered together the forces exist for
converging a calamity that would dissipate itself unnoticed in a wilderness or a pastoral country. A great
city means a gnat population to disseminate contagion. It means a site
on a navigable river that may be murderously overswollen in a freshet, or
on a bay of the ocean out of which
a stolen tide may come. As for the
wind, it "bloweth where it. listeth,"
and a storm that in a farming country
might uproot a few trees and unroof
a few cottages, in a city may topple
down walls on a sleeping population
and lend wings to the death angel of
fire.
The life of the ordinary individual
contains few startling incidents, but a
city  may live for hundreds of thous-
Kills Wife as She Asked It.
Alleging that because his wife feared a return to an insane asylum and
that he fulfilled a promise to take her
life, Pauline Pavllne, an Austrian, entered the police station in Newport
The reason is as prosaic, NeWB> Va _ ,in(, announced that he had
killed lhe woman by shooting her
while  she  slept.
He declared that his wife was discharged from the asylum In February
and that he took her life in compliance
with a wish expressed by her that he
do so rather than have her return to
the Institution.
After killing her, he says, he bathed
and shrouded ber and then surrendered.���New York Mail.
Like Young Ones.
Charles .1. Lynch, a carpet printer
of Philadelphia,  was  arrested at Pat-,
terson,   N.  J.,   by  officers  of the  so-j
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to j
Children, on complaint of his 18-year-
old wife, who says he deserted her in j
Philadelphia,    two    weeks    ago.    Ella
Davis,   a   16-year-old   girl,   was  living,
with Lynch as his wife at the Franklin   house   here.     He   had   taken   the
name  of  Joseph   C.  .lones.    The girl
was arrested with him.    Both are in
jail   in   default   of   bail.���Philadelphia
North American.
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For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
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B.K. 1088
'Phone 101
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Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
The New Campanile.
Another step forward is to be noted
in the history of the new Campanile.
The enlarged stone and cement foundations, like the structure Itself, have
been made thoroughly new, and everything is now ready for the building
ot tho Campanile itself. Count Ori-
inani, the syndic of Venice, has publicly laid the first brick of the new-
tower.���London Globe.
Hot Times in India.
Karachi, a port in northern India,
has a most unpleasant climate. The
parched desert country behind Karachi has a terrific heat. Jocobad, thirty
miles away, often records 125 degrees
Fahrenheit. The one mail train a day
carries a coffin in the hot weather
season, "for the use of passengers" if
need be, and in one year long ago
twenty-three European engine drivers
died while working their trains. A
long journey by train in the hot season is particularly exhausting. Carriage windows are kept shut, to exclude the heat, and sometimes not only
does the woodwork get hot to lhe
touch, but even the water carried in
the tanks on the roof can scarcely be
endured with the hand.���London Tat-
ler.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
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 traded
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
FRUIT TREES
ALEX. SPECK
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Columbia St. New Westminster.
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Ornamental trees and shrubs in great variety, evergreen and gol - ,���,
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At the Westminster Clothing Company's Store
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Men's and Boys' Suits at One Third Off!
Balbriggan Underwear, all sizes, regular price 50c, for 25 Cents
Flannelette Shirts, all sizes, regular price 40c, for 25 Cents
Men's White Shirts, regular price 75c and $1.00 for 25 Cents
Men's Cotton Sox 4 Pair for 25 Cents
Men's 25c and 35c Suspenders for 15 Cents   '
Boys' Knickers per pair 25 Cents
Flannelette Blankets per pair 75 Cents
Working Shirts, regular price 75c and $1.00, for 45 Cents
Wool Sox 2 Pair for 25 Cents
Red Handkerchiefs, regular 15c each for  5 Cents
Special Bargains in Our Shoe Department!
Westminster Clothing
ICE   NOTICE.
We beg to notify our friends and tho public generally that we
-:.,ged Mr. D. McFadden, who has been our Iceman for the past
two years, to deliver Ice for us again this season. Unless the weather
la very unfavorable you may expect a call from bim about the first
of the month, when any orders you have been pleased to place with
him you may rest assurred will be  promptly carried out.
The B.C. Packers Association
Pnone 156     New ^Vestminster, B.C.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Game In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
N*Xt Daily News. New Westminster, B. C.
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Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Amount of Policies now ln force exceeds |44,imi),()u0.oe
Am���,uu of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds... .|9,ouo,uii0.00
This Is a company of polic y-holders, by policy-holders, lor policy-
I   nol,lers.
OUR MOTTO:    ine largest amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C.
'Phone 85.
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Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Th�� Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU   '    ,        C.
SIR RICHARD TALKS
ON SENATE REFORM
Says Upper Chamber Is Necessary and
Submits Scheme for More
Representative  Body.
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Ottawa, May 17.- Sir Kiehard Cart-
wrighl made a speech on Benate re-
form today. He said thai the Becond
chamber was necessary, It, however
needed reform. All were agreed on
that It also required more work. He
BUggested that the Benate should corn-
prise 72 members. Of these one-third
.should be nominated bj the govern :
ment, Thej should be taken from ex
cabinet ministers, Ueutenant-gov,,
n,,is. judges of the high couri and
members of parliament, The other P��
members Bhould be Belected by the
provinces  tor twelve    years.     There
should  be    four groups     I'or    Ilie   IS
twelve from the Maritime Provlnoes,
twelve from Quebec, twelve from Ontario and twelve from the West, The
senate, he said. Bhould be repres, al i
live of both parti, b, ii" knew whal a
partisan Benate meant. Buspensorj
power should be given to the senate
��� so as to In,hi over any bills thai came
up loo late for discussion until   thi
nexl   session.
RAILWAY COMMISSION.
i Prom the Toronto Qlobe, >
Among  the  powers  which  will  un
double,lly l,e eonf, rred on the commission  in   the  new  amendments wlll  be;
that of regulating the tolls and oper-i
atlCOS   of   telephone   companies.     The
charge, of telegraph and express companies  mav also he  made  subject  to
the  control  of  the  commission.     Par
fiament seems inclined to exhaust thp(
possibilities   of   public   regulation   before thinking of the serious step which ,
is sometimes urged upon it of nationalizing the railways and telegraph and j
; telephone lines of the country.    It is
probably   the   part  of   wisdom  to  as-,
certain   if  it  is  not possible to com-,
bine In the operation of these natural
monopolteS  the excellency  and   ec.on- j
omy of private ownership and opera- j
tlon,   with  sufficient  public oversight
and control to save the patrons of the |
companies from  partial, arhitrary, or
extravagant charges.   If public regulation  falls it will  be time enough  to
resort to something more drastic. That
appears to be the attitude of Parliament on both sides of the House to
thai class of questions, The working
ol the Rallwaj Commission has gone
,. ��� ,i way towards fostering the be-1
lief thai public regulation is the best
solution in sight. There is fort,in
no doubt, aa there is in the
United States of the power of Parliament to enforce regulation.
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Millions for Navy.
Washington.  May  17.���The hoUBG Of
representatives to,lay  passed the  Naval  Appropriation bill,  carrying $B9,;
764,000.
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Prohibition Carries.
Chariottetowh, r. r. l., May 17.���
The full returns of the prohibition
plebiscite elections in King's county
were held today, The vole for prohlbl
lion was  1,64?, and against  808.
ATTEMPT TO STEAL
FROM SUD-TREASUHY
ACTIVITY RESUMED CHAMBERLAIN SENDS
IN THE FAR NORTH       MESSAGE TO CANADA
Steamers Start. Miner Skips Out With   Retains   Hope     of   Carrying   Imperial
Gold Dust, and Flood Does Fiscal Reform, and Must Re-
Damage. main at Home.
United   States   Soldiers   Save   Coin   of
the   Realm  by   Firing  on
Robbers.
Sac Francisco, May 17���A dining attempt to loot the United states _h_*
treasury    was   foiled    laSl    nlglit,      by
soldiers iron, ,ompany <J of the I LOth
Infantry, Tin soldiers claim thai their
lire was returned by the men who
wen- attempting to loot the Safes In
tbe building.
Six men from company (1 were detailed to guar,I the treasury last night,
11,ne on each Bide. At 1 o'clock this
morning, the men Stationed OH the
Commercial street side, sny they saw
a man attempting to reach the entrance of the building. He -was ordered
to halt, but instead attempted to run
and the guard fired at him. The bullet
did not take effect ami two of the
guards gave chase, leaving one guard
behind. Almost Immediately the ol-
dlers on the Clay street side began firing, and the one on guard on Commercial street says he saw four men run
to the windows of the upper storey
of the treasury building. He immediately opened fire, and the men in
the windows replied with shots from
their revolvers. Fully 30 shots were exchanged, some of the bullets striking
the wall of the building on the north
side of Commercial street. The men
were later seen to come down-stairs,
but were not again heard of. Detective
S Taylor headed a detail of police ln
a vain eearch for the would-be looters.
Daws,,,,, May 17,���The steamer
Tanana, the firsl steamer for Pair-
banks, leaves tonight, loaded with passengers and freight,
Rd. Swanson. a iavmnn on LOVetl
Gulch, has skipped with a poke of
dust, over looking paying the wages
of his men. Rd. Snider and Dee Pate.
two employes, are now pursuing him
dOWtl the Yukon. Both are heavily
arm,',I and say they wlll bring the
money back.
The worst flood in the history of
Bonanza Creek has occurred. All the
(!,,v,rumen! road has been destroyed
and the bridge piers ami roadbeds,
sluice boxes and cord wood has all
heen curled to the Klondike river. A
big dredge On Discovery claim was
sunk. At 18 below a piece of ice
twenty feel s<iunre was thrown on the
road, At 'in Ifelow the big flume of
A. I). Fields was carried away. At
87 below a boiler house was smashed.
The damage was enormous. On all
other creeka the water is the hlghesl
known. Ii is expected the extent of
the damage will be reported today.
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Explorer Is Cautious.
Victoria, May 17.���Captain Mikkel-
S"ii. the Arctic explorer, who is preparing to leave on Saturday for the
Arctic in search or undiscovered land,
made arrangements tonight, for a relief expedition. An agreement was
made with Dr. MacLaren, of Glasgow,
lo proceed north when the schooner
Duchess of Bedford returns in 1907, after Messrs. Mikkelsen and I.offinwell
have started over the ice to the northwest with 140 days' provisions, ln
search of the land they hope to find.
Dr. MacLaren will sail to Wrangel Island, and if he fails to find the two
explorers there, will cruise along the
edge of the Ice-Held seeking them.
A private despatch from Ottawa tonight reports that an order-in-councll
has been passed authorising the
change of name of the former sealing
schooner Beatrice to that of the Duchess of Bedford.
The purest of ice cream at the Star
Candy Factory next to DeGrey's barber
shop. ���
London, May 17.���C. ft. Hosmer
sails on the Cedrlc tomorrow. He has
I spent a busy ten days in London, and
lunched with the governors of the
Bank of England yesterday. Today he
was Mr. Chamberlain's guest, and had
the opportunity of putting Canada f r
ward in his vigorous, enthusiastic way.
Mr. Chamberlain replied to the to'.-
lowing effect when asked for a message to the Canadian people: "Don't
for one moment suppose 1, or those;
with m,' here, have abated one jot of
our enthusiasm for, and our determination to carry Imperial fiscal reform.
It is the one question for every thinking Englishman, and we must and
will win. probably more quickly ...an
now seenis possible. For the moment,
a big majority stands against us in
the British paiiiam nt, but that big
majority was only mad,' possible by
divergenl causes, and Interests thai
cannot be reconciled and cannot hold
together. At any rate, my battle-cry
is 'Tariff reform.' The movement was
never fuller of promise than now."
Mr. Hosmer urged a visit to Canada,
and Mr. Chamberlain replied:   "Yes, I
; know how kind you Canadians are. I
fully appreciate all you say, but you
must see that my chief work lies here.
! and just now it Is the British people
.that stand most, in need of education
in the big imperial issues at stake,
and foV the moment I must remain
here and leave my Colonial friends to
continue to do their part in their own
good way. We have the same end in
view."
Mr. Hosmer says that Mr. Chamberlain was full of vigor and in the best
of spirits.
Weather Comparison.
The official weather report for the
week ending May 16 shows the following comparisons between Vancouver
and New Westminster:
At Vancouver���Highest temperature,
76, on the 9th; lowest, 41, on the 10th;
rain 1.56 inches.
At New Westminster���Highest,' 76,
on the 9th; lowest, 44, on the 9th and
10th; rain, 1.33 inches. THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,   MAY 18,
1906.
THE DAILY NEWS haro Jus!i',,J '" i,;- proprietors and Its be treated as a Bl objecl of scorn and which will eventually resull in making
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tehing  Company,   Limited,   al   their moment on one or two matters which Another    matter   a     coincidence��� empire aa India Is.   Al    present,   ai-
vfflees   corner   of   Blxth   and   From are germane to the subject unde i     irlefly referred to. Last Mon- though Britain practically governs
Btreets, Now Westminster, ll. C. mission. day evening^ there was a private bus- country, nearly    all the    powers    of
iness meeting of shareholders of   the Europe1   and the   United States   also
Advertising Rates.
In the article under review we hav,
firsl   an  Insinuation,  then  tbe dlrecl   Daily    News   Co.   The   proceedings.
Transient   display   advertising,   io  statement, thai the Daily New* Pub
hav,- a certain "say" in Egyptian af-
whieh had to do with the private bus-  talr8- Thelr consenl  is necessary be-
conts per line (nonparlel) 13 linos to  ]j0)in���  com_        promoted  a suit   al   il"'ss of ""' company, were most har- Core any change can be made in any
tbe  Inch.      Five  cents   per  line  for ..unions���the tone was ontlmlstlc   By   'aw  applicable    to    foreigners���Buro-
lubsequent insertions. law browglu some time ago by E. D.  momous   int ton,   was opunusuc. i.y
Reading notices, bold face type, 2n  Sawyer againsl  the Columbian. Thai  printing distorted reports of and base-   peans
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
residing   In  i li<- country. This
statemenl
ls> of   course,   absolutely less    suppositions    concerning    thai   Btate of affairs Lord Cromer pronounc
es to   be   a serious hindrance to progress, as it  renders it  Impossible to
.   false   h  leads, however, to the ques- meeting, the Columbian has endeavor-
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- u -
tJons  apply to advertising manager.      tion:  How and whence did E. D. Saw- ed to injure the business ol  the com-
Motices   of   births,   marriages   orj yer"  obtain  thai   Introduction  to and pany.Yel  ii says nothing of a Bome-1 keep legislation up to the growing re-1
deaths, 60c.   Wants, for sales, lost or  BtandlnK ln thls cammUaity which en- what stormy and by no means harmon-  auirements of the country.  Egypt  is
found, moms to let, etc., one conl. per nntnrnllv   ���,   verv   riel,   nnnntrv   i���   ���.,
word       No advertisement   taken  for   aided  him  to  secure tho  position  of mus  meeting  which   took  place  that naturallj   .,  verj   rich countrj   ln nates, than 26 cents.                                   manager of this paper?    The answer i ime evening   in    iu   own offlce -a  tlve resources, and these have seen a
Patent or proprietary medicine ad- j to ,]ni _uestion w,. an(3 la  ,,,.,, >,,, ,���.. meeting which was called to adjust a   wonderful   development    under   Lord
STrTchSlsfue WispSy) or if  came , v���  here - a  trusted    em- matter which bore a threal of serious Cromer's administration, i. is natural
reading notices, 26 cents per lino per     ]oyee o�� ,hi, Coiumi ;;,���. That  paper trouble and which had to do with "im-  thai   lie  should   be  impatient   of  con-
describes his departure as the ellmin- ported talent"
atlon of "highly prized imported ml-
eni;"   and   il   might,   perhaps,    plead
some warrant for ihe description sine,'
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone !-_-_.
J. R. Gflley,  'Pnone 1-4 |
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
J^ocal agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot I
'Phone 1-b
Issue.   No deviation trom this rate for
term contracts.
Telephones.
business office  22
Manager's residence  251
������ �����
FRIDAY, MAY  18. 1906.
THE ESSENTIAL DIFFERENCE.
The Columbian of yesterday hn; a
long article which elaboi i! ��� the at-
tempi mad,' iii iis i: i ii'T of Tuesday
and Wednesday to injure Cue credil
and si,Hiding nf the Daily New-, which
il refers to as lhe "Dili,it ed." Exactly why the Columbian supposes it to be
"funny" to so describe ihis paper, is
a ques;inn wiih which we are not at.
the Cacl thai li" was "highly prized"
by i he Columbian wh, n hi - efforl b
were Increasing the revenues nf thai
paper, gave him liis business standing
in ih,' community, and if li" wa i 'imported" ib,- Columbian was lhe Importer.
TO  POLICE THE  INTERIOR,
li   is   probable  thai   Mr.   Marpoli
general superintendent of the Canadian  perity of   the country,   provided   no
veniions which Btand in the way of ihe
work tn which he has devoted himself. In llis lasi annual reporl, recently published, be expresses the ill-
Ill,,sl confidence in the continued pros-
Pacific  Railway in  this province, will
complications of Eur,,;,nan politics in
tlnd pre moral agreement with his  terfere; .������, ,,���, promptness and deci-
'"''"" tha1  :v'" '"' lhree detach- ,i()11 shown liv tha British governmenl
llice    i:i ,hl   Barv-  in ordering Turkey to withdraw from
what was nol   soverylong ago, to all
ini,'ins  and   purposes,  a   Turkish  pro
le,   of  tin'  Dominion���-should   !>,��� stationed    in  British    Columbia.    Small
Another  feature nf  the  article  poss-   hoilles   nf   Mini   nlwnvs  efflclpnl    force   .-.
nn,,-  ui   ,n,,i   ,nu,,\., I,,,,,,,,i   ,,,,,,   v,],,.,^ may be taken as evidence that
p certain Interesl on accounl of wcmld flnd pieilty o{ usefu] W(���.k to d0
mconscious betrayal ofthe-men^l iu lll(, lllim. sparsely settled pan. of
attitude of iis writer. !!,��� is qui:,' un- ,,,,.   inll,,.,,���.   ,,,-   l!l(,   province,   where
a gang of men are held in readiness
to commence work immediately on the
.reeling ,,f poles and lbe si ringing of
wires. Th,- area in which lighl will
be supplied lo residents in lhe vicinity will probably include the mosl of
Westham Island ami all territory within lh,' line,' mil,' bell io the soulh and
east  of ih,' town.
lu anticipation of the company's
carrying oul ihe promise in;,,!" lasi
year, almost every new house thai has
been bulll up within the past twelve
months lias been wired and will have
the electric light Installed al as early
a date as possible.
i:o such Complications shall be allowed io Interfere if Britain can prevent.
Our good  und,islanding wiih  Prance
Unselfish.
Minister���I    hope    you    love    your
neighbor as yourself, Brother Brown?
Brown - Yes;   but   I'm  no  egotist.
the tnomenl prepared to wrestle; but
ih, Daily News certainly has limits
which ih,' Columbian does not acknowledge, li will not print malicious attacks upon private citizens; nor
will it in,1,1 them up to ridicule. Its
competition with its business rivals
will bc open and above board; it will
not descend to misrepresentation and
falsehood.
The Columbian's article is wonderfully compounded of various elements.
Ther,' is a superabundance of some-
tiling the wri'.-r evidently supposed to
.  le to escape from his own personal- ,lh, nature o�� (1���, country ig Buitable makeg i( unllkely ,hal anytWng win
i>. A thing is good nr bad. commend- f01. the operations of mounted men, and mterfere seriously will, .he quiet es-
'      'therwlse, simply as 11  may where, therefore, men of the desperado tabllshmenl  of  British  power in  the
happen   lo  aff.et   llis  int crests  or  mill-   ri.,c<,   .,,.,,  nrftttv  ci-rtnin to use liorses ...<���,.      n, , , .   ���   .
, i.iss .no picuj  nuain io us,,  noisi.s, |.im] 0f (],,, l'liarnhs, and certainly no
Ister    to   his    personal    likes"  and    dis-   ,,.,...      ,���.,uinp-   it    na-PRanrv   tl,'.,      the i   ,��� ., i, ���  .
, iiui.s    making n necessarj   iuai.    uu. greater   misfortune    than  the    wnh-
, likes.  Everybody  knows  that, from the   ,.,..,,.,,   ,,l'ficei-��   ho   similarly   pniiiinieil , ,     a r. i*'i ,j        ii i   <��� ,i    i
peaci   oinctis  nc simiiaiiv  cquipp,,i. drawal of Britain could well befall the
time  the Columbian  came under  its ,, u.()Ul(, 1)0 manlfestly impossible for|C0Untry.
present   management,    six years ago the province to undertake the work of' 	
(when, by the way, ii  was purchased properly policing the wide stretches of     Tne Detroit News recently summed
with "imported" money and placed un- ,.    ,,.;,���,  .,,,.������ u,,,  iinn ,,r .,. ,,
open  countij   lying  along tne nne oi U1, tno situation as it was in Russia
COOK AT MILLSIDE
GETS INTO TROUBLE
Gets Out Again by Paying Court Costs
and   Promising  to  Leave
Count, y.
Harry   Williams.  rnnU  a'  the 1
River Saw  mill., ea:,,.' ii,, b, for,   I',,,
i' h,    S.     'd..
; wiih havin    ���
bill from the Bl twai 1 <,. i
w in, are engage i  in  load y,
lore,   with   lam!,' r,   at.  ihe wl,,, [    at
Millside.
rim representatives of the mil
i to withdraw i he charge on Wl
paying  the  costs of tho court
and returning the mon,    i        : mis-
iprlated, and leaving th,        n
al ,,;,:,'.
Northern Pacific i
der the control of "imported talent'),
ii showed but a languid and half-heart-'
eil concern for   the Interests   of the
lhe  C.   P.  R.   from   Lytton eastward;   before -Wine's   retirement   in   a   car-
"(yet,  as    .Mr.   Marpole very    properly  toon   representing  that   statesman   a.s
points out, the work should bc done,  attempting to  guide the  course of   a
I community   from   which   ii   drew    its  , ,      .        ... ,...���.,,,., =��� +��� ,,oP,J, , , , ,   .,   ,  ������   ,   ��� ��.���
it must ue done it Canada is to Keep  team ot horses labelled    Reds,     Re-
support, until the establishment of
Ihis paper compelled It to bestir itself.
That being the case, il was tne most
natural thing in the world that the people of New Wesmlnster should desire
to have a paper owned by themselves
be Wit; th, iv is a little of that dictator- \ alul ro���ductod in their interest. The
ItOjtone which has such a charm for a < Dally Newfl ia tll0 r,.Huit 0f that desire,
cer a in order of mind; there is a cer- j$ WOrds need be wasted in defending
tain amount (probably as much as tbe ',���,_, acyon 0j those who established It
writer thought it safe to use) of in- _jt ttee_s n0 defence. Yet the Coluni-
nuendo calculated to shake public con- _lan speaks of them as If their action,
fldence in the stability of this journal j; not actually a crime, was at least
���for example, ah absolutely false and I something which made them legiti-
bas, less references to "the financing of mate targets for abuse and derision,
dishonored cheques"���and through it 0m. [s inclined at first sight to class
all thdre is the undertone of bitter dis- this attitude of the Columbian as sim-
apjpolntment.    It  must,   imbed,   have  ,,iy  an  instance    of  impudence    run
its good name  as  a  safe country to actionaries,"      "Social      Democrats,"
live and  move  about   in.    No doubt "Bureaucrats,"    and so forth,    all of
the   country   will   expect   the  railway which were pulling in different dlrec-
company  to  take  all  proper  precau- tions. Witte is represented as saying:
tions, to use every reasonable means,  "Anybody who thinks hu can do better
for   the    prevention  of  such    occur- j js welcome to the job." The situation
rences as that of last week, but some-' uncier the new premier is so little im-
thlng more than that is needed, if the'proved that    ho may well    bo of the
reputation of the country Is to be'up-1 s-_mie mind.
held.    Nor must   it   be forgotten that, ___________---.
this reputation is a  valuable national Electric   Light  for  Ladner.
asset and that iis value is not sentl-      By the month    of    September    the
mental  merely  but  can  be expressed; electric light will be illuminating the
In terms of finance.    Again, although
it  is  quite    correct  to  describe    the
streets and residences of Ladner, and
the long delayed  expectations of the
residents    will    have    been   realized.
mounted police as peace officers, they!Genera] Superlntendent Miller, of the
are in fact, if not in name, a part���ha. c. E. R. Co., paid a visit   to    the
and in time of need would prove a very  town today for the purpose of decid-
been a severe shock to the Columbian   n,ad; but it is.probably the mere man-1 yaluaWe parl_of the regula]. mmtary  ing upon the site for the sub-station
ifestation  of  a  bumptious  and  most, j which is to be built, and while there
forces of the country.    As such they
laughable aelf-concelt. The Daily News        L , , , .    ,  ,     ,u        rl       I he decided upon the area within which
must  be  maintained  by  the  national I th    ,,ht      ... h     <.,,,���,,,���,,    *,,   r���s;
is a thorn in the side of the Colum-! _���___,*, g U supplied   to   resi-
| government, and they should be sta- dents in the vicinity of the town. Tho
manager, was goingsereniy on, strong-1 plan; it even dares to question the ab-1 ,    .
tioned where they are needed
er dav by day in popular favor. solute right of the editor of that sheet
when it found that the Daily News, ho
far from being crippled by the sudden
exodus of the man who had been its
BRITAIN  IN EGYPT.
point at which the cable will cross the
river was also decided upon, and upon
Mr. Miller making known his decision,
work will commence immediately and
While the Daily News could not be  to vent his personal  feelings through
induced to descend    to that style   of  the  columns of his  paper, and  pros-
vindictive    vituperation      which    the tltute his office as a public journalist;    The  recent occupation of Egyptian be rushed along as  fast as possible,.
Columbian  delights  to  use;   while  It to the gratification of private spites��� territory by Turkish troops and their j and ^y ^e beginning of September the
holds that controversies between news-1 and,   therefore,   everybody   connected  withdrawal at the demand of the Bri-
papers should be confined to the dls-1 with,  or   in   anyway   responsible  for,
cussion of public matters, it feels that! the establishment of this paper must
people of Ladner and vicinity will re-
Tel in the luxury of electric light in
tish  government    looks like    a little, their own homes,
move in the   slow march    of events      All materials have been secured and
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
[AND ALL POINTS EAST
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 Apent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sbeppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage rSily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IOOI.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
'.  9.40 a.m.
���      WHEN   GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET A.GENT
nro SEND Ynu 1 IVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Y��;,r
BETWEEN
inneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in tlie
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane   7.15 p.m.
 Rossland  4.10 p.m.
 Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
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
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
T34 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
WHETHER YOU CONSIDER;
STYLE AND APPEARANCE, The First Essentials,
Or COMFORT AND WEARING QUALITIES,
YOU WILL FIND JUST WHAT YOU WANT IN A
CAMPBELL
UIT
Which is made with the single purpose in view -TO PRODUCE THE BEST POSSIBLE GARMENT.
���
MODERN
CLOTHIERS
SOLE
AGENTS
*
Thin-
siln.y
1.2S I 12.8 I    8.111  I  5.9
II 2. and 5 and 7, during
--.rvire    W'l
id '-������
DAY.
���   I   I ���_     s\^  ~% I ���_
I -"I ���_ TT __��
rxT. 1003.
f he Snap
Hose Coupling
f/v Screens,    Screen^Windows,    Screen Doors.
txMMOCKS���We have a nice assortment to choose from.
LAWN    MOWERS   Nothing  but
the best, every one guaranteed.
Local News Briefly Told
san Mr. Sla       ��rho has
.  -aiih
:,j,uny has It. ;; < : ,   i a.u-,1
ihe  Transfer.
 o	
H.T.Kirk
hardware
and
Tinsmithing
SMOOTH DECEIVER
WM AT MISSION
,, .miinueil   from   Page  On   |
SPECIALS
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Choice Evaporated Peaches. Pears or Apricots
2 Pounds for 25 Cents
ret the b,  I 'I'.'.,  ai    I   ff,      i the Markel from us.
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       -       -       -       -        ADAMS & DEANS    j
Phone 13S for Ice Cream. ��� |th,
A i. .....
Was li;:. .' ^S   ,1,c
ii'in.
Ice Cream tin- purest  at the Westminster Creamery. ���
ii. ,'. Packing company is having  11             ��� hi,  :. saw luste l  s.. .,-
ly for the ,a,mini; 6, ason.
Leave your orders for ],-.��� Cream a
reamery. ���
'.'..   X. I'eirv   Sidiiev   left      ^^^^^^^_^_^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^
.   Sidney  lasi   evening  for its usual  However, lu- has not, been well known
load of curs. except |q ihe lust year 01 .--. ,   He came
Fr, candj   everj   daj   at Into   ].i-on,iiienee  around   Uie leading
the Star Candj   Factory nexl   to D�� hotels where hr sp<mi  numy lavishly.
Grey' er shop. *   'lu'   prosemition  alleges  that he .got
R. .1. ,M ',������,' of Coquitlam arrived thl8 "l0m'v in u *#**1** ���*���*��������
for  mark':  ihis morning     ^ave^fcis ptxyfti *f having r, pre-
,.,,,,.,,,, ed  hiiaseJL a* a reiii   I   irniy <>f-
^^_^_^-^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.1. Duncan of Pitt Meadows paid the
city a  vlsll  ihis mornih
the C.  I'. R.
.1.   .   q, ,   ��as nne of  the   Bea\ er's
i Chllllwack this morning
i We have studied every detail:
of the Carpet Business
���that is why we continue to gfW�� MM ���,*rwrrt* * OUUMtf rl*f,rtirt*-
not only on knowing what but hoy Qua  aijiliAy  to secure the
I., st at lowest prices enables us t>, give you  money  saving chances.
Here are a few of them:
For bedrooms, halls, etc, we have a fine line of Jute Carpets  from
25c per yard, 36 in, w;,ie.   Union and wool carpels from 4f>c per vard.
36 in. wide.    Jute squares. 3x3, for $3.66 up.     linon.   Tapestry. Jims-:
sels, Milton, Axminster, Squares at ail ptjpes,    We   ear,   oertamly   save.
you money on the c;,.,k1s.   Lace Curtains from $1.36 per yard.
LEE'S FURNITURE EtMPORIUMI,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 t o  241   Front   Streets,   Dupont
I
BlOtV,    {
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sented
ficer, who guii the service in Manila.
While on  tlie Mired  lisi   Travelle Is
irriving on , ,      ,    ,   , i
,s,,:i  ;,, Uave l^iii'escn-.L'd Jjj-U he had J
'nfluence wiih Mho governt
i
mient
much  i
and  cottld  se. ur..   foj ttiose whou$ h-
,1  a<  h_k  vieiini.-  good  employ-
ni.nt     rnnsrmg from  $lo,t m flflfl    a'
|       Al. McLeod of the New Westminster  month       , , ���.,-���..     . Prior u>     , iringn
I lon visited the cltj this morning employment.'Trai ecufed   loans'Y'1
.���ing spent a few days in the city.
M. McLeod of ihe New W
^^^^^^^^^^b^^���     .ii>1'i>f,.jiH-.u.     Xiat/tslltS      D_VUT~U       lOUHB
for the puriiose of attending the Fri--from hi. ucrims. failing, tt iv-   aid, toj
C, \. Lindsay lefl on the Beav, i
morning for hla home al Mounl  L, h
:, ling   he evening ln thi
> >     ��� ��� ��� . ,
u    . >   wi    bta   i'J
')'n:: ;     ��� MlJlMV
���j-it     ill irro
aaata
One up to date hoUs^-'in^-Wi*icl��.4li!.itv/ -Sa^pWt-fll
Dwelling on StWtyeor. .Mb Stntai^dr<_v\\'WJu^i-"   .r|n
$X#h* "ft!  OTlfe-*i_��    *i
WolWeittorr. WW?. *��*
��� tai   ���sot*;
-*xk
Gattage, corner :k<l SJ-
Kilby Flare, bajfterton
Three rooms for light H;
Small house on 1'rtJ,.
ifeC  St7W
Bl' ��� I I
*J
��� ;���
tm   mu
return any of the nionpj;.    Thi,so In
'������d  in 'Travell.���',-  pros, cuttop  $e
_ t. r. pear&qn^j^si
__������*,- V-^-_^_M_^_^_^_^|_B
*ai
FULL STOCK
elided todaj to give Ihe nanus of any
of llis , ictims except Mrs. Minni i or
Mrs. King.
Hammocks, Croquet Sets
Tennis Balls and Racquets,
Lacrosse Sticks and Balls,
Bass  Balls, Mits,   Glcves, Masks,
Bats. Cricket Bats, Etc.
J. J. MACKAY, I:
ooksellers.
News
Station-     j
Dealers,     t
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��� ���
jOur Knowledge     *
lis Not for Sale
We don't charge extra for it. Our contracts
show that we are masters, thorough in every
detail   of work,  workmanship and material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
See us before you let your work.
etui ned to
todaj after tow lng a camping out-
ilonglng to the Frasei River Mills
company to a new camp site on Bough-
ton  Island, ;;,,,, miles no
A. McCallum and wife from Mini
li.,' were pass, ngers on the sti amer
B, aver this morning to Mounl Lehman
where they will spend a ~horl while
visiting their friends.
The steam tug Clive came Into port
yesterday fr.om Nanaimo, The boat
had in tow an immense scow house
which is the property of one of the
Nanaimo herring packing firms. The
scow measured 30X125 feel and will
| be lefl in the Fraser river water all
summer to prevenl 11 being drilled by
tm,'does.
The steamer Transfer arrived in the
city this morning with a light
of farm produce for markel and lh
usual largo number of market passengers among whom were: .1. Hill, M.
Love, !���:. Bercell, T. Heaton. D. Mc-
Kee, J. Frederlck.M. Tambollne, Mrs.
Reld, Mrs. Welsh. Miss McKenzie Mrs.
Davies, .1. Dodd, from Ladner; Mrs.
Quaggan, I). Dow, and Mr. Peterson
from Sunbury.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
Proposes Marriage.
In January, 1905, Sarah A. Miniier
(Mrs. C. P. Ring's maiden name, secured a divorce from her husband on
th,   grounds of ertferty.   Al thai time
the proper..\ sei i lenient, wa.s noi made.
Through her attorney, K. C. Kri.i,'.
Mrs. King later1 settled the property
matters find secured $2,500 In cash.
il appears thai some time prior to
the Bettlemenl .Mrs. King met Travelle.
who represented to her bhat ho was a
single man. They saw much of each
oilier and wviv finally engaged to bo
married. Then was when Travelle is
allege,I to have made his "touch." rep
resenting thai he needed $1,300 for a
I few   days.     Mrs.   King   lei   him   have
the money.
King, the woman's ex-husband, heard
carg0,of the transaction and warned his <>x-
: wife thai she was being swindled. She
told  Travelle of whal she had heard.
and Travelle laughed il  off as a good
joke.    He did iinally admii, however,1
i that he was married, but said that ha i
[had prepared to get a divorce, that he
loved   Mrs.   King   devotedly   ami   that
after all they would be happy.
Uses a "Flash  Roll."
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Not on Top, But Still in the Ring. ���;
House Cleaning Time
And vou may possibly need a carpet. We have the greatest range of
them and can guarantee to save vou money and give you better satisfaction thtin vou can get in any other place.     For instance, a good body
5 Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up.
[���J Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed  for ten cents a yard.    We
��} 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 before placing your
,���! order
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W. E. FALES,
718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Roar Extension, Front Street.
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F. .1. Harl of ihis city today posted
an application in the water commissioner's office for 2.", inches of waler
from an unnamed stream running Into
Deer Lake, through pari of loi ^",,
group 1. The waler is required for domestic and agricultural purposes. The couver] where Mrs. Travell
date of hearing of the application was p]y for a divorce,
set by Water Commissioner C. C. Fisher on June 18, next.
Then it was that Travelle ls alleged '
to  have  showed  Mrs.   King a  roll  of1
money   which  he said  contained  $20,-
000.    He   invited   Mrs. King   to   accompany   him  and   his  wife  to  Van-
would ap- j
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Advertise in The News
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest Stock In the City.
Mounted    in  any  Style    you  Desire.
Come and Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
DIAMONDS-:   The Jeweler,     -     Columbia St.
acres
fairly
& acres in Surry, 5 acres cultivated, 8 acres in grass and 2
nearly cleared; 8 acres fenced; good orchard; 8 chicken houses;
^"",1 house; good well; alder botton land.
$ 1,000���Terms
g�� acres, 65 acres cleared; soil black loam; good house, barn and   hen
m,u��", 8 miles from city,
$75 Per Acre
Half ('ash;   This i.s Splendid Property.
McLeod, Mark & Co., *
eai Estate, Fire <$r Life Insurance
Tel. 273.      Near Tram Office
The steamier Reaver arrived in lhe
city ytsterday afeernoon from the up
river towns and landing places with
the folowing passengers: G. H.
Howes, from Whonnock, J. Keely from
Mission, R. W. drier from Spillshury
Landing, W. H. Burns from Mission,
Mrs. Gubbard, Mr. Burgess, Mrs. Preston from W. Clark, Messrs. Davies,
Repsky, Kuhr, (J. J. McGregor from
Mount  Lehman.
Judgment was pronounced this
morning in the case of Tom Chan.
charged with stealing a chicken from
Mrs. Gerard last Friday. After taking
Into consideration the fact that Chan
had never appeared in court before,
and the good chil actor given him by
the mVghbors) Magistrate Corbould
allowed him to depart on suspended
sentence after warning him to be more
careful in future about locking up
fit range chickens.
The shooting at the semi-weekly
meet of the New Westminster Gun
club was not up to the usual high standard, mainly owing to the poor light
caused by the constant downpour of
rain. The best scores made were: F.
P. Smith, winner of the silver spoon,
6li,66; H. Vidal, 63; Bert Galbraith, 56;
(J; R. ,Iohn#bn, 53.33; F. Trapp, 48;
F. Reichenbach, 44; J. Eagles, 41;
B.  Galbraith,  40.
A number of important changes have
boon made during the past few days
In the officers running In and out of
this port on the C. P. N. passenger
boats. Capt. Gilchrist who was formerly mate on board the Charmer is
now at the helm. A. H. Bird who has
been for a number of years purser
on the steamer Transfer has been
transferred to the Rlthet where he will
Iill a similar position, The vacancy
thus caused on the Transfer has been
filled by C. W. .luggers, late purser
of the S. S. Otter. G. Sweet, who
has filled the position of freight cleric
on Iho Transfer will it ls expected be
placed in a similar capacity on board
the Princess. Victoria. C. P. Booth who
has hitherto Allied the post of steward
on the Transfer has been placed In
charge  of the  freight (department  of
"When we are married  I will give!
jou   $10,000  and   my   wife  $10,000   toj
support  iny  two  children,"  he is  alleged   to   have  said.     "Then  we  can
go away to some quiet place and live ]
happily."
Mrs. King believed lt all, and two
days ago left with Travelle and his
wife for Vancouver. In the meantime
a warrant for Travelle's arrest was
secured and placed In the hands of
Sergeant of Detectives Tennant for
service. The local police learned that
King had left the city before the warrant had reached them. They wired
to various British Columbia cities, and j
last night Travelle was arrested.
King explained today that he had
no more Interest, in the case than to do ,
something to keep his ex-wlfe from
marrying an already married roan und
saving what llttlo imoney ��he had
left.
May Proceed Differently.
Prosecuting Attorney Macintosh
would not say today whether he would
press the adullery charge when Travelle reaches hero, or whether he will
proceed against hlm for his alleged
swindling game. Mr. Mackintosh said,
that he had heard of several persons
who had beeu made easy victims of
Travelle, but at the present time he
did not have sufficient evidenco to
give the names of the alleged victims
to the public.
Tho police sa> that at least half a
dozen well-known women, one of
whom is the widow of a capitalist, who,
died under sensational circumstances j
last fall, have been swindled out of
various ^ums, ranging from $2,500
down. Travelle appeared to be a
masher of no mean consequences and
his acquaintance among the fair sex
of the city was large,
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One of= Those Questions.
"So," ,shld  Capt. Bragg, describing
an experience, in the Philippines,-"ib"
seoiltf'camd. HP  and rfSfSejiled .ltic.'ju3t j
"n the nick of ,time.    But, I tell yon. I .
felt at, ftafrlrii^e* trot.* I should becnuT
hopeledsl.y insane���"V., A li<:> ��'���<'. I
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FRIDAY,  MAY  18,  190
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Sporting News f
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West   Enders  Wm.
-   tour han.ii, j .,' .ii'"'.-. of la-
.   turned oul  last nlghl
Kid Fargo, a tough black man of
Stockton, was wauied to light Bobbie
Lundle at Pleasanl Beach Mav 29.
Rufe Turner said: "Send Fai i a
tick*, and tell him to come alone, and
I'll lake care of him when he get-
here." The ticket wa.s Sent. Since
then Hill Dallej has been haunting the
new union station so frequentlj looking for a dark man with a bundle ihai
, he police there ��� dge an,uml his way
when ihey see him coining. Finally
Danny Shay, the old ball player, wired
Dallej thai Fargo had not Btarted and
would noi budge until be gol two
round  trip tickets.
Then   Fargo   was  dropped,   and   Ike
or W. Norman Hole, local judge of the1
Dougherty has been substituted for the s.ii(, ^^ (lat(,(, ,,,,,, M.iy_ ]90(.  Ber.
vice of the said  Writ  upon you may
engagement   May .;
who   think   Dougiierlv
a   punching   bag   for
A  lot  of  folks
will bo merely
lam,lie   can   get
io watch
���.he   lirst   Intermediate  match  of  the
. m between lie' Regina Lacrosse
duo ami ihe Wesl Iln.I Lacrosse club.
h, spiie ,,f the heavj condition of the
ground, which made running hard
work, an Interesting game was witnessed, and those who braved the
clem,nis were well repaid for the In-
oonvenienc, of tramping through the
wet mud io witness the match. A
large number of the onlookers were of
Hie fair sex, and Iheir encouraging remarks were plainly audible all over
Hie field, lhe e,,litem ling players being
constantly spurred on lo greater efforts by Hie cries of llieir fair admirers.
The game, which was clean throughout, was not particularly swift, owing
to the condition of the ground, anil
lhe W,si Binders had lhe best of the
game right from Hie start, and piled
goal upon goal in a manner that made1
the supporters of lhe Reginas keep I
a discreel silence in lhe grand Btand
Bfter the game had been ln progress
for a short time. The losing team.
however, pul up a game light, and
were not in the leasi discouraged because ihe score was againsl ihem. The
final score was 11 lo 3 in favor of the
West End.
Play started at 7 o'clock, and within
fifteen   seconds   V.   I'linly   scored   the
first  goal  for the Reginas.    Play was
then transferred  to ihe other end of,
lhe field, ami the West  Bind goal liter-1
ally  bombarded    for a few    minutes,
when   Elchoff  showed  good   form   by
slopping several good shots.    No further   scores    were    made   until    after I
quarter time, when S. Turnbull scored;
the first    goal  for the West    Enders
after   ten   minutes'   play.     Some  good
shooting   was   done   by   ('.   Galbraith,
lull  Elchoff was one too many for him,
and no goal was scored.   After a somewhat   desultory   passing   I,.   Turnbull
Secured  lhe  hall,  and  making a brilliant     rush     down   Ihe   field,     added
another   to   Ihe   score.     A   couple   of I l . . i
minutes later, the same player again ' Something About the Fool Chauffeurs i a SPeCla^y
the grand _nd  Tjmid AutQ 0wners_
NOTICE
To  John  Cooper,   New   Westminster,
British Columbia.
TAKE NOTICE thai a Writ of Summons has be.n Issued againsl you in
the Supreme Couri ol' Hriiish Columbia al ilie suii of Agnes Illaekie n,
foreclose a certain Mortgage made by
you in favor of Walter Blackie, a copy
of which Writ may be seen at Hie office of the District Registrar of lhis
Court  at  New  Wesl minster:
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that pursuant to the Order of His Hon-
PROFESSIONAL
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street. Jaseph Martin, K. C, ...
W. Weait, W. G. McQuarrle, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be in tha
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lon��
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
241.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
bo   effected   by   insert ing   this   Notice
in the Daily Columbian and Daily News
newspapers for one Issue.
Dated this 14th day of May, 1906.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
Plaintiff's Solicitors,
Trapp Block
New Westminster, B. C.
Columbia   street,   New
W. J. Whiteside, H. L.
Westminster.
Edmonds.
iheir   money   down   if   Ihey   hum    up
Dougherty's manager, for he will back
Ike for any amount  up to $1,000.
Bill  Daib-y's troubles were added to
this morning, when he got a telegram
1 from Benny Yanger saying that he
| would not come to Vancouver to light
Dick Hyland.    They were matched for
June 1.    Yanger thought  a guarantee
of $1,000, with privilege of cutting the
receipts looked prety good when it was
first   broached  to  hlm,  but somebody
must  have  made  a noise like  ready
money   since   Ihen,   for   he   turns   his
snub nose up at the offer now.   Dallej;
is  now  looking for a suitable boy  to I Acquired a through  knowledge  of  the
meet Hyland, who Is on his way here | business in England with 10  years  eX'
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
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
loan.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, li. C.
penence. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English,    Swiss,   American   and   all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
There are  all  kinds of j made like new and adjusted.
Everett to say that Cole'
from Salt Lake, and Kid Scaler, of
Spokane, may be tagged, the boys to
go lu at 128 pounds.
Dailey today wrote to Jim Nelll, offering his son Frankie a chance to
nnel the winner of lhe Cove-Worthing-
imi match, which takes place at Everett May 24.
money nrouin
hov   ot
lean   beat  any
the country.
With the crop of fighters the largest
in the history of the country and
, mighty few places where the latch
j string i.s out  for the short-haired gen-1
try, Dailey cannot  understand why he
should have so much trouble getting
j boys to stand  by matches after they
are made, and he is getting real pevish
n boul. lt.
, n	
i'i.! weighi   hi        Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
I'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
safe machine deadly driver.!    Ship and Scow   Building
Clute put the ball
There   is   a   difference   between   au
scored, and tlie cheers mad
Btand tremble.
After half time
into    the    net  and scored iho   second , automobile and a Juggernaut, bul they
goal for Reginas.   This was quickly Umouint to the same thing when a fool
follow.,1 by C. Spring scoring for the chauffeur is at the wheel and au owner
Wvsi   End and after ihis, the Reginas  is ���n  the back seat  who Is so timid,., . ...  ...   ...    .,       ��,,..,��� ;���.., ,���   nr-
seemed toweakenand   their opponents  that, paradoxically, ho allows that ter-M^ tlyDID ol., NeW neSiminSier, D.l.
added  goal  after goal  to their Bcore,  ror of the road, the Boy Driver, to do I "
(.;.   Turnbull   accounting  for  five  and  what he will.
W. Turnbull for one, while two morel    As a result  of this combination of
fell to the lot of G. Spring, One more  recklessness and timidity city streets
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
goal was scored for the Reginas by
V. I'linly. Long before tho whistle
blew,  the  Reginas saw  that   Ihey  were
outclassed, and confined themselves to
keeping down the score.
K,,r the Wesi  Bind L. Turnbull and
C. Galbraith were the star players. G.
and country roads are dangerous to
man and beast when the Roy Driver
is abroad with Thu-Man-Afraid-of-His-
Chauffeur,
Those of the public who have not
been cut down before they could protest against   the  rushing Juggernauts
Spring, who played his first game in; have raised a cry against these dan-
intermediate    lacrosse,   showed    good   gerous   machines,   or,   rather,   against,
form, ami   promises  to develop into a ! these      safe    machines      dangerously
reliable    player.    For the losers    P. driven.    Automoblllsts  of experience
WIntemute and   C.  Spring were    the and enthusiasm, the men who realize
best, bin  the team lacks combination  that  automobillng is  a  sport, not a
and is slill in need of a tew practices crime, have been loudest in their pro-
before they are really Into shape. Dur- test  against   the devil-may-care chauf-j
lng the    last   half of the game,    W. feur and the owner who does not keep
Sangster  received   a   nasty   gash   over   bim   in  Check.    Automobile  clubs and
ihe  rlghl   eye.  and  had  to  retire from   manufacturers' associations hnve join-'
tbe game.   Dr. Jones attended to the ed ln the protest as well.
Injured     optic,    and    inserted    two     There is only ona way to stop it���a
stitches where the flesh was cul. The  good long term of jail, not. a fine, for
teams lined  up as follows: the  convicted   chauffeur  with   a   per-,
w''s'   l':"li' Reginas.   petual revocation of his license, and a
Goal. | good   round   money   penalty,   say   the
value of tho car, for the owner.
Artistic
Effects
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
HUDSON'S
Wall   Paper   Store
Sixth Street.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who ls the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district in
which the land ls situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father i.s deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or  mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence-
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of  the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dailv | NEW ||   Dally
Leave' WESTMINSTE_l| Arrive
B :20 am(Blaine, Belling-|3:00 pm
4:35pm]ham       Rurling-]9:35pm
Iton, Mt. Ver-i
jnon, Everett,
Seattle aud
[Portland.
4:35 pin'Spokane,
jPaul    and
points  East
9.20 am|Anacortes,
Woolley,
Rockport.
3:00 pm I Vancou ver
9:35 pm
St.
all
and
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
9:20 am
14:36 pm
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East.
For complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Canadian Pacific Railway Cc
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
notice.!
...4
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Double Through Fast Train Service Daily with Dining Cars,
Sleepers and Tourist.
Atlantic Express leaves at
7:25, connects with trains for
Seattle and Eastern Canada,
also with steamers at Fort
William. Imperial Limited
leaves at 17:20.
For rates and other particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
E. Munn  r. Elchoff
Point,
Dlgby   it. Pearson
Cover Point,
('. Galbraith  fj, Spring
First  Defence.
B. Galbraith   <;. Mannering
See,,nd   Defence.
I!- A'kiey  c. Osborne
Third Defence.
W. Sangst,
W.   Turnbull
.A. Robertson
Center.
Third Home,
.1.  WIntemute
H. Johnson
Second Home.
L   Turnbull
First   Hom
E   Warwick
.1. Keary
11. Bourne
A. Smith
Gut Side.
Then il  will be safe for other people I
to venture on the streets and roads.
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Printers Win  in  Chicago.
Chicago,   Thursday,   May     17.���The
long  and  cosily  struggle of the print-'
ers to Inaugurate the eight-hour work
1 day In lhe commercial shops of Chicago yesterday was partly rewarded
by the capitulation of two large printing houses, one member of which is
a loading man of the Typothetao As-
I soclatlon of Employers. The two firms
which yielded to the demand of the
union are Stromberg, Allen & Co., and
Waller II. Ailken. Tho former employs forty compositors while the latter employs twenty printers,
J!- Hendry  y. Purdy
Inside.
C- Spring ,1. Clute
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Fighters Worry Dailey.
Seattle, May 17.���Bill Dailey, manager of the Occidental club, with a
righting arena at Pleasant Beach, is
going Into a decline. He, was already
bald, so this latest trouble did not
cause his hair to fall out. It is all
because pug? will not live up to their
agreements. A week ago fighters were
as thick around Dailey as coons
around a sugar barrel on a levee in
lhe South, but right now ho i.s having
his troubles finding men enough to
keep all the engagements he has
planned for Pleasant Beach and Vancouver.
Home-Staying   Hen   Devised.
Charles Spencer, of Newton, N. J.,
has heen troubled by his neighbor's
Chickens scratching In his garden, so
ho set to work to "devise" a hen that
could not scratch or wander away
from its own yard.
After discouragements he claims to
have, produced a number of hens with
one leg shorter than the other by the
crossing of Plymouth Rocks and bantams.
These hens, he asserts, have a right
leg six inches long and a left leg but
four Inches, They are unable to wander any distance from the coop owing
to their inability to take steps of the
same length. Instead they walk around
ln a circle.���Boston Herald.
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old*Sport" Cigars
You do the wise thing. Its tempting
flavor will surely win your favor. Manufactured by���
WILBERG & WOLZ.
Factory and Office, Brine Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our specailty.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
TeleDhone lbu.
TENDERS.
Tenders addressed to the under
signed at Ottawa and marked on the
envelope "Tender for the construction of a gydrographic Steel Twin
Screw Steamer," will be received up
to the twenty-second day of May next,
for the construction of a Steel Twin
Screw Steamer for the Hydrographlc
Service in British Columbia waters.
Specifications, plans and forms of
tender can be seen at the office of the
Agent, of the Department of Marine
and Fisheries at Victoria, B. C, at
the Custom House at Vancouver, B.
C. and at the Department here.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which will be forfeited if
Ihe person sending the accepted tender declines to enter Into a contract
with the Department. Cheques acorn-
panying tnders which are nol accepted
will be returned immediately after a
decision has been arrived at,
Newspapers copying this advertisement without, authority from the Department will not be paid.
F. GOURDEAU,
Deputy    Minister    of    Marino    nnd
Fisheries.
Department of Marine and Fisheries.
Ottawa, 28th March, 1906.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Route
Seven   hundred   miles   of   magnificent
river  trip.    Empress  of  Britain   sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May 19th.
For other dates and rates apply to
ED. GOULUT,
G. P. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change without
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice
Leaves  Vancouver    Mav   [5th
28th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATT
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver  daily  at   1   n
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Rithet
Leaves New Westminster a)  - ;i
on Wednesday and Saturdays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dully except Sui
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat
urday at  2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. 8. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11. p. m. on l-t
7th, 19th and 20th of each month fj
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic]
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Victoria ou 2Gtfl
of each month for Cape Scott and waj
points Including QuaUdno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster ou MonJ
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdaj
and Friday at 3 p. in. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on MoiSj
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday]
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday �����,
7 a. in.; Friday at C a. in. additional!
trip Saturday 5 p. 111.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, g a. m,|
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday;
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  atl
landings   between   New   Westminsterl
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at 2  p. in., 2nd!
and   16th  of  each   month,  calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coolal
on  second   trip.  Time on  arrival audi
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information|
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROFP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $--,_/_,s.b.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal cities or the world.
General  banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  DEHAK I MfclN 1.
'\   opens an account.    Interest added
Bilf yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nights   Trom a  to  9
o'clock
NEW   WESTMINSTER   bHANCH
F. B.  Lyle, Manager.
liciVl
TENDERS.
S. G. TIDY,
.... TLORIST
Plants and Annuals of [all  kinds,   cut
flowers and floral designs,   Dahlias
50c per dozen.
Telephone A184 or address 4th Avenue
and 10th Street.    ...
The time for receiving tenders for
the construction ot a hydrographlc
steel twin screw steamer has heen extended to the twenty-second day of
May, 1906.
F. GORDEAU,
Deputy    Minister    of    Marine    and
Fisheries.
Department of Marine and Fisheries,
Ottawa, 14th May, 1906.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.  New Westminster, B.C.
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181Y.
Incorporated   hy   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid Up)...S14,UOU,000
RESERVE  FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Royal, G.C.M.G,...Hon President
Hon. Sir G. A. Drummonrt, President
E.  S.  Clouston, Vice President and
General Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches ln all the principal cities
ln Canada, ln London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. Jonn, Nfld.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
G. D. Brymner, Manager.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
Merchant Tailor j
>----.--���-...............4
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, SScotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always ln stock
Spring stock now ln.    Mane vour
selection.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 15.40 dally.
Arrive New Westminster 11.35 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. New West.. 8.30; ar. Seattle 16.50.
Lv. Seattle 10; ar. New West. 18.40.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION7.
Lv. New West. 10.35 and 17.35.
Ar .New West. 9.35 and 10.40.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SFECIaL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.; ar. N.W.   9.35
p.m.
V., W. & Y���VANCOUVER.
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R,���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.40 p.m.; ar. N. W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New West. 5.50 a.m., 0.51, 8
and hourly until 11 p.m., with half-
hourly between 1'/ 30 and C.30 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to 11 p.m.
Sunday hourly 8 a.m. to 11 P-O-i
with half-hourly bet. noon and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same time throughout.
Fraser River and Guff
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
Prom N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 am.
Prom Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., "1
Favorite���
From N. W. dally, ex. Sun., 2.15 p.m.
From Mt. Lehman, 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sun., 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.;
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS. ^
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Saturday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00 p.m
Sap'n & Millslde...lO.OO p.m
Vancouver 10.00 p.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45a.m
Van. & Cent. Park...10.30 a.m.
a.m.
Victoria	
East Burnaby.. ..
Steveston,  etc....
East, via C.P.R..
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.
Van. & Burnaby..
10.30 a.m.
1.15 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
3.00 p.m.
S.00 p.m.
3.30 p.m.
Received.
6.45 P"m
6.45 p.m.
9.00 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
2 p.m.
10.00 lm.
1.15 p.m
10.30 a.m.
12.00 m
12.00 0
6.00 p.m
Thursday
1.28 I  12.8
8.31
1
I 5.9 I
2.
and 5 and 7, dnrinK   ���
n
1)6 SECRET
SOCIETIES
& A. M.
of    this
NO. 9. A. F
union u����7'    meeting
y%..        ,,  r.,.t Wednesday in
I o'clock p. m., in
rning
Bd " ,���.   Temple.     t��Mour_m_
,,lly invited to at-
'     ,y   a.  DeWolf  Smith,
tend
a "
coiOMON LODGE, NO. 17, A.
KING SC"-U"     pegular   coram ume.a-
r t A' ��� *--���'���- ��� *v~
|;i,i;:   .
of this lodge are held on_the
���eciin
'
In  .inch month in
-,   Temnle, at 8 p. m.    Visit-
llasonJ .   cordially   invited
V   Gilchrist, Sec.
PRECEPTORY, No. 459
fOYAL. e|' '    }    I1|t,els   second   and
"��� \ Friday of each month, at 8
l��urlD ^"orange   ball,   corner
M
* B," avenue "a_d John Btreet. So-
Wt.^L Knights cordially in-
!"��'""* ,S:���,_ W. E. Dunlop. W.
H^TatthiW. Reg-
L0YAL ORANGE   LODGE    NO
fleers in Orange  hall
1150
first   and
- , Pri(li,v in each roontb at 8 p.
��*��J .  uren are cordially
frit d"��� E' E- ���f'Ullias'
j ,;ibries, Rec-Sec.
,n0 r.__AMlTY  LODGE   No   27-
' ' 'his lodge
���  ill, Colum-
��� ... brethren cor-
S. J  May.
.... RM See.
. . ,, w-FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� and third Tne*
month. '     -ting
, invited to attend.
,   0. W. hall, Odd-
Cflarkson  street.  ( .
order;   Louis VUtt,
������n-
Dm ':       i     about tbe present for thai
JUNE WEDDING
until
LOVELY
CHINA
 AT	
MOREY'S Coha^SL
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
THE BEST of courses, the' REST of
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
salar ���
R. .1. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
H. A. SCRIVEN, B.A., Vice-Principal
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., belwecn 10th and Mrtnnis.
BIG WANTS YUKON MISSIONARY
'        TALKS ABOUT WORK
Wanted���F ir  offici
���
PRESTON EXPLAINS
TROUBLE HITS JURY
To Let���' ��� to lei
with bath.   With 01   �� thou!  bo
ue.
Bishop  Springer  Describes  Interesting
Conditions in the Land of
His Labors.
Bishop    Stringer,   who    succeeded
are Canadian born.   Perhaps it is thai  Canadian  Immigration
ttpas in mission work in thej^    Amerioaa8 are becoming   Cana '
Lost���On   Vancouver  Road,    me
a.:,ins mon-  	
.   far north, is a visitor in en dianized;   hut   traveling  through   the
route  io  the Mackenz ��� . couBfcrj  BOW��-days, the fact, is
;,s ministered ��� sine, j" on ���v0"r ���nA 1haL tho Canadians
v.  . ..     - ���'        ;  ess of ��Tfc gr0all>   in  lhe DM^o^y;  we arf>
g .   ., getting more parttcalar,'' said-dslord-
ol Toronto univ,   sl     and ol stli��.   ;is l0 whnm we *'elcomp t0 <*��
00 lege; born in 1866 oi Irish *���ai north now.   The tough finds his
D   the   county   or  Bruce,  he row  a  hard   one  to hoe,  and  this in
mav be claimed as a Canadian.    He g"** measure is owing to the excel-
g',s,  which    comes  ap  through
craclcs In the earth for boiling my lit-
\    vou reqbtT
the match to a .spot wr,,
odor is  I'ound and, presto!  yon hav, 	
the water merrilj  bo r����-.��_���.-  _--,!���-.���,,.-  <-,��;,;..,  ���_  1 ���
osnadian   Emigration   Official   ,n   Lon-
People   Going   in. don  Runs short of Funds and
I      merlj   t_M   OOUntrj   was overrun Becomes Sarcastic.
Americans.   Now that ,	
-   and ihe newcomers to _h,   no   h tawa, May 17.���w
return to   tfrt   Johns, SL G I
Wanted���A  firsl   i lass  clothing 1
b    good  references.    Applj
Westmins hing Co.
Fir.-: ' . at all H< ..
English, .1....... 1  1   and Chines,   ��
From 1 5c. up.
Wanted���2000 Cords ot Hemlock Bark
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd.,
taken in lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to the manager at
Tannery or P. O. box 187, New
si minster.
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed house on
f.ne corner in West End; two lots
stal and fruit trees. Cheap. Appl.
X.    . .- office.
For Sale���Half interest ln a livery business   neat     Seattle,   ���Washington.
... life time. Apply Advertising Manager. Daily News.
T. R. Preston,
 Commissioner
-land, appeared before 'he Par-
atary Public Aoounts   ComYnittee
examination, concerning
. North Atlantic Trading Company's
contract.
With him were two trunks and a
valise full or papers and books. His
examination was postponed to ihr next
meeting.
A return broughl down in the House
labored in the Mackenzie river district  lent  management of the members of o( (Vimm0T,s pxpiains    1he    reiation_
l,,r len years, coming oui  on  furlough   thc  R-   N.  W.   M.   P.,   whose  work in w hjph hfm  exlgte(j taf som(, .jnlPpa8t
in 1801, returning in  1��0S, after con   the wild sections of the northland can- bvtwem w T  R  Preston and thei
S   ar,  oecalisl   regarding  an   eye  ��<><   !"    over-estimated,     lt   isn't   ihe :..,..���,������  ap���nls  of  r.,na,la   jn
to which threatened to be serious. Jmmbers of them, nor 1- 11 the force ol Brttain.
Herschel  island   was  his objective *hPir authority; it  is a subtle Bome-
IBrer, t
The charge is made by Pros-
 .ton. In Ihe voluminous correspondence
poinl at this date and, accompanied hy  lhlnK  which  ''n,ers 1hl>  minA  ot UlG  which has taken place, that  some of
his   young   wife,   he   made   the   over-
trip bj  the old trails on the Edmonton-Athabasca   route;   a   distance
wrong-doer whenever    he meets    1he;the agpnts have ^  oharginK firs(.
: the man wearing the red .acket. claga ,.i:... rh<m trav(,lling tWrd<
Why, an ordinary  constable, wearing | tnereby augmenting the amount which
���f over two thousand nnles.   Reaching ��� harlf,- of o��ce beyond his small | tHeyreceTv^d.
Herschel island the young missionary
.  his horn,      1 hurch  bo
. the whal
cap and red coal, strikes terror to lh,
of th<   toughest    It   is the dignity   and    the   determination  of    the
tnSE Of COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
��5  SONS OF  ENGLAND.   B.  S.-
.        mei ts Bi ' ond and
F   . of each month.
' p   Hall, Columbia St.. at
��� :       Degree, Fourth
In    each month, same
Visiting Brethren
invited.      E.   B.   Stincb-
. H   Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099. I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth FridaJ in the
month :,t *> o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
��� n are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushtnn, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, It. S.
b��� ���     ������ .1   1        ,        ��� ������      ������	
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodce are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
v ! ,1 rn. in lhe Oddfellows' Hall.
Y -���.:._��� Brethren are eordialy In-
v.������ : attend! K. C: Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
U - ,,. i<;. p, ni., in Oddfellows'
Hall. Colun,Ida street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. S. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
GIVE US A TRIAL.    *
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Headquarters
for Sweets
Ice Cream and G.  B.   Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candies, Fruit &
C I GARS
ers   on   the   American   coast   waters  police, and the splendid esprit de corps
Eggs  for   Setting���Pure  Barred   Rock     .    ,.;   when   the  ol ;ho f,ln"��-    T,1�� WOW^ed police, il
J.      ,������: setting. J. W. Austin, Sap- northern port w  lard  rn;" :"  "serte��J  ��  ' -: -]': ������,'"1'
perton. ,   serving as .,  pulpit on Sabbath and the pride of the whole north coun-
 ������-���  an . ...- a    ible and bed al other times!  ,r>''
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls pure The lumber to build   this hous     was A" Enthusiast in His Work,
bred, ready for service, W. R. Aus   broughl from San Francisco by whale
ships.
tin,  Sapperton.
Bishop    Sl ringer,  beyond     a   ;���
Preston gol 08 to the py;,
through a Irani, and friendly" COft-
t jation wiih Alfred -lury at Liverpool. Jury charges Preston with
breach of faith In embodying his statement in an official report, but Preston
on lhe other hand declared that the information was not given In confidence.
The first  letters in the    return    go
back to January of lasi year.     Jury
For Sale���Chester White, pure bred,
,r sale at rea-
Austin, Sap-
Confines of His Work.
weakness of the eyes, appears to be ajwas Pressing Preston for money,   and
man in the full strength of his forty | Proaton on the alleged ground that the
sonable  prices. W.  R.
perton.
appropriation was exhausted, refused
to sign the cheque. Jury wrote a long
lei te,  to Preston, in    the    course   of
Of his mission work Bishop Stringer years.   Of gentle heaving and dignified
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at rea-  sayg.    ���My W(1,.K    .  ,       , ;>   amollR.sl ^^ ^ ,,11V������SS,S  yaa aa one to
the   Indians   the   clan   known   as   the whom the greatesl  as the least might
"Loucheaux" or cross-eyed ones.    At confide.   He is enthusiastic when con-  which he said;
Carcross  (an abbreviation of Caribou versing on the subject  of bis mission      "Have sense and don't, monkey with
Wanted���Dining room girl. Good wages Crossing) there is an Anglican school work, and silent to a point of dogged-  ^ buzz-saw. Sign these cheques and
paid. Cosmopolitan hotel.                      doing  splendid   work.   Boys  and   girls ness   when   asked   about   his  personal   Ben<J tbem along."
���   are admitted and the boys are taughl work among the savages.    He Is sue-'     ln February of last year Jury plain-
Wanted���Ladies or  gentlemen  to  act  carpentening  and   other  trades  while reeding    Bishop Bonrpas,    whose life  ,ivoly wnile to Preslon:
as agent, for   high class   publishing the girls  are taught   household  econ- has b.en devoted to the work of west-j    "' am broke, and unless 1 get. some
house. Apply John Hutchinson, gen- omy<    The school  was  removed  from em  northern   missions,  and   in  every  niortev   1  cannot   complete my lecture
oral agent. Colonial Hotel, city.            Forty  Mile  live  years  ago  when  the sense   of  the   word.   Bishop   Stringer 1 engagements."
needs at  that  point  became less and promises to fill the offlce as a worthy':    Thon ll(? became sarcastic:
To  [_et���Six roomed  house on Royal  the needs of Carcross became greater,  successor,
avenue, near Fourth, $ln.   Apply to  One matron and one lady teacher com-
J. M. McDonald, 431 Agnes street.      prises the staff.    Other schools exist
 ��� ���  and are doing like work, and the gov-
"I have no gold mines in the shape
of the Canadian l.alxir Bureau or the
North Atlantic Trading company to
draw from. By the way, I see front
the auditor-general's report that the
latter is a very good gold mine. If
there are any shares for sale in that
mine you may he abrf. to let me In on
Union Terminal at Winnipeg.
Wanted���Situation as chambermaid or ernment grant  per capita, with what- Winnipeg,  May   17.���While no  offl-
for   housework.   W.   E.   Chapman, ever we secure through mission funds, cial announcement has been made, it
Brownville, City P. O.                       is all thai keeps up the good work.   I la now generally understood that    a
                          mav add that  old country aid is fall- union terminal  between the C, N. R.
F����e  Pasture                   'ng Off somewhat, and while the need and G. T. P. is assured. The value of the ground floor."
free ^rasuire.            ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ the termlna] rite win be fixed by .AT,   Jury justifios traremng  thtwHs.as.
Free pasture for 100 head of cattle for   ml88lo_   workers  is  still   greater. Miration,    .he outside    limit    to the  and charging tirsl-class,    not  for the
and bo horses                                              The  Indians  are  improving menially, figure, however, being decided by the  benefit  of his own  pocket, but  to re-
Plenty of grass and water and well  morally and physically, bul there is a government   before negotiations open., coup himself for expenses actually in-
fenced.
regretful admission  lo make;   the ad-  The terminal  will  then pass inlo the! erred, and in addition, for evidences
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Tnird Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew  Westmin-
Bter Board ol Trade meets in the
Board R 1. City Hall, as follows:
B Dd Wednesday of each month.
Qoartwly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any* monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White. Sec.
���������������^���������������������������������������������������^
I
IHE WONDER Of THE AGE
Do your own Silver Plating at
home ���a wonderful preparation
made bv Meyer & Allen of New-
York   "::::::
SO Cents a Bottle
R. C. Purdy,
Sole Agent. Columbia Street
Apply S. B. BUCHANAN. City.
Holiday.
We, the
our stores from 2 to 7 p. 111, every
urday afternoon during the months of
May, June, July and August, commencing  May   12,  1906.
ANDERSON  &  I.l'SBY
T. J. TRAPP & CO. LTD Per G. B.
H. T. KIRK.
HARDMAN  &  BRYSON
Cl'NNlNCHAM HARDWARE CO..
Per J.  A. Cunningham, Mgr.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
TAR
CANDY
FACTORY
makes the purest of pure sweets
and invites the public to call
and see the candy made
I Light and Heavy Hauling
Ice Cream
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage  delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
Dat
Monday
vent of the white m
in lhis direction.    "We need funds for
the  work���we  must   have  funds,  and
I  am expected to raise an endowment
^^^^ fund of fifty thousand dollars for the
undersigned, agree to close  bishopric  of  Selkirk  within the next
Sat- few years.
Cost of Living.
"Tho cost, of living," said the bishop.
"is very high. Labor exacts big pay,
an ordinary washwoman employed by
my wife reclves 6.0 cents per hour,
and ordinary laborer receives the same
.money. It isn't skilled labor either,"
said the bishop with a smile. "As an
example let  me quote the  prices Of a
 few staples;    Flour is $40 per barrel;
salt (has been) 50 cents per pound;
Fraser River beef 3S cents per pound, and butter
and eggs (10 cents per pound and per
dozen. In short, everything sold is
aboul twice the price of Winnipeg
goods. Cattle are shipped in live and
dead weight, and llsh is the staple
food of the country.
Work of the Missionary.
an has not. aided  hands of a holding company, in which
Tide Table
For Week Ending May 20
NEW WESTMINSTER,
I-
High
Water
Time
Low
Water
Time
the government will have 50 per cent,
stock, thus retaining a half-Interest
in  perpetuity.
 o	
Methodist Question.
St. Catherines, Ont., May 17.���At
the St. Catherines Methodist district
meeting here today, ihere was a
sharp discussion regarding the status
Ol Miss Lilllam M. Phelps, a well-
known temperance and anti-Mormon
lecturer, as the law of the church does
not provide for the admission of women as members of the district meeting of the conference. Miss Phelps
was lay delegate of the Meriton Methodist church. Rev. J, W. Cooley, of
Grimsby, explained the church law
on this point al some length, and other ministers participated In the discussion. Chairman Rev. .lohn .1. Pickering ruled that Miss Phelps was not
of goodfellowshlp which he must manifest to local steamship agents, if he
desires to carry on his work properly.
Jury also says that he is almost
daily called upon to make advances tO
distressed Canadians, for which he is
not allowed any provision.
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CRITICS  OF   EDUCATION   BILL.
I Prom the London Tribune.)
From the outpourings of criticism
on the Education bill that have filled
lhe press sine it was introduced, not
much may he learnt about the bill,
not much about education, not much
about Christianity. But a good deal
may be learnt about the critics. The
bishops have taught us a lesson in
the art of exaggeration and rhetorical
invective. They have also given the
public an Insight into the mind of the
leaders of the church which we fancy
Tuesday
Wednesday
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Office 'Phone 186.      Barn f none 137 \ Thursday
Friday
Fresh Fruit in Season.
Twelve years  experience  in  the
candy  trade.
"he proof of the pudding is in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrey's Barber Shop.
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\ Westminster Iron Works j
GENERAL MACHINE AND hlNUlNE
WORK..
SHIP SMITHING, ukidukj and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Flre Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BE'JBIE STKUi-T.
New Westminster. V. O. 474.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
^armily Trade a Specialty.
113- Office, Eighth Street,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Saturday
Sunday
9.50
5.35
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1S.40
0.30   |
7.10
11.05   |
19.10
1.2i>
8.35
12.50
19.55
2.10
|      9.40
11.25    j
20.30
2.45
|    10.80
15.40
21.26
3.20
11.80
16.86
21.55
3.45
:    L2.06
17.30
22.40
will surprise uianv people.   The depth
legally a  member, but a motion waa|ot Angilcan antagonism to the Bible
afterwards passed making Miss Phelps M a bas!g for religious teaching was
corresponding   member,   thus   permit- j ������,_ WQ )h,nk| fully reftllBed (ln now.
missionary,    said  tlng h���r ,,, ,.lUr ,,,���., in ,,iKenssions at|Th_ uis)lo)) ()f ,,,������,������������ disparagement
of  "merely   ethical    teaching."    Lord
"The work of tlnj	
the reverend gentleman, "has not been the meeting, but not allowing her to
lessened but  rather heightened.   The vote>
lirst   inisisonaries sent   into the conn- 	
try  were sent  by  lhe Roman Catholic Knife  Saveg  Pet Terrjer.
Church,   and   the   names  of  these   de       niib(H|,hlil|       M.IV       ,7.-Urought
voted  men do not   reui.ire to be give,,   ffom  the  Pacific coas,  to be Operated j haVe pxhtl)lled the Anglo-Catholle view
upon   for throat   trouble, Chlcanlta. a  ln ,,  llRnt  vrhlcli we are certain will
Hugh Cecil's declaration that simple
Biblical teaching "at Its besl tends
to undermine churchmanshlp" ���
phrases and admissions such as these
SANO HEADS.
as  ihey are household words.    Many
Of them    still  live and  labor    in thell York,Wre ,������.,,,��� hiis b(Vn ,������,��������� l0  nli���u, tll0 pllMi), ;lt ^ ,pss (��� ,
north, and  the  Anglican  church l*. 1 ; lu>illlh.     ,,���,    mvn���,.  ls   Mr,    lsabel | than ���V(1,. ,��� tnls(  lts il(Hmta wllh
the guidance of public education.
Whatever views the official heads of
the established church muy bold, thlB
believe  the  only  other  church  which  ^^    ;)   ^][hy   ^m    ,,,���,���,,���,.
has penetrated the northern wihis to Thi> terrle_ ,s nQW Bjl y(,,ivs oM( [t
carry  .he gospel  to the poor savages.' ,���.,���,,,.,.,���, ;mi,  ,,  ,,,���������, il(  ,���,���,, tM|ln
"In connection with Anglican WOrk||B00     |n  ^  K,.,incls(,0i  Washington
Date
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - - - B. C.
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High Water Low Water  ll11'    name 01  Aicnueacou    McDonald
j- Tj-rJ "ecurs   to   me  just   now.     He  was  a
iTtme H tfht rlime Hght ,,,,,,
I*       I 5 L_ SL-   pioneer missionary. It was to this good
.I I man's discovery that Ihe gold fields of
the Yukon were made known, as he
was the first man to find nuggets ot
_"' I gold at the junction of the Porcupine
and Yukon rivers, and It was he who
sent to (I think) the London Times
samples of his find, for tt was that
journal recorded the first facts concerning the finding of gold on tn��
banks of Ihe Yukon when the big
rush began. Archdeacon McDonald
went to that country ln 1862.
Wealth of the Country.
"It Is a wealthy country ln that far
northland," said the bishop, "coal ls
being taken out at the Tantalus mineR,
and the output il considerable. The
commodity Is used regularly by boats
on the Yukon nnd coal indications are
round, I believe, at White Horse and
at Selkirk. Gas springs are also found
along the banks of the Yukon river; I
myself  have  bften  used  the   natural
Monday   ...
,|   9.08
| 23.49
9.7
13.4
6.06
16.11
8.3
2.4
Tuesday   ...
.| 10.26
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8.9
6.26
17.08
7.7
3.5
Wednesday
,|    0.41
| 12.09
13.1
8.6
7.36
18.09
6.9
4.6
Thursday   .
,|    1.28
| 13.17
12.8
8.S
8.31
19.14
5.9
5.6
Friday   ....
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| 15.00 |
13,5
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9.10
20.15
4.9
6.3
Saturday   ..
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| 15.57
12.3
10.2
9.39
21.09
4.1
7.0
Sunday  	
.|   3.05
j 16.49
 0-
12.1
10.8
10.06
21.55
3.4
7.5
Helping   Hit Credit.
"Why Is Jinks so glum these days.
Haven't seen hlm smile for a month."
"Andrew Carnegie says that millionaires  rarely  smile."
"Ah, I see, Jinks la trying to Improve his commercial standing."���
Louisville Courier-Journal.
and New York Mrs. Adams was told
the operation was Impossible. In this
city she look the dog to a volerlnarian,
who removed a large tumor, which
was gradually choking the animal to
death. The woman's outlay Is about
fUOO.
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Singer and Thief.
Charged wllh stealing lingerie from
depart ment stores, Mile. Eugenie Fou-
gerle, tho naughty concert hall singer,
has been held for trial. She ls unable
to furnish $1,000 ball, and ls ln prison.
Mile. Pourgerle has admitted taking
a number of pieces of clothing from
the different shops, whose proprietors
hnve appeared against her, and it ls
not at. all likely that she will be able
to fulfill her contract for thirty-five
weeks of vaudeville in America.
She has been a great favorite ln the
music halls here, and was drawing
$200 �� week when arrested.-���New
York Herald.
is a Protestant  country, and for Protestants the essence of religion lies In
the Bible.
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Castro Will Return.
New York. May 17.���The Associated
Press learns from a source of information closely allied to the Venezuelan government, that President CaHtro
wlll resume control of his office on
Mny 23, and on that day will grant
amnesty to political  prisoners.
Winnipeg Bank Clearings.
Winnipeg, May 17.���The bank clear
Ings for the week ending today were:
$9,343,100;   1905,  $6 080,221;   1904, $4,-
825,880.
His   Favorite   Play.
"What Is your favorite play?" aBked
the girl who quotes Shakespeare.
"Well," answered the youth with
long hair, "I believe I like to see a
man steal second as well as anything."
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  MAY  18, ^
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r-.nce'lTli A.'l>.. ana 'which  has a  capital and accumulated  funds  of
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The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dr^c". Sist, 1_9D i5 munthsl Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954.60
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fteo/   Estate   Brokers
and Contractors
WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
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186  Columbia
McQUARRIE & CO.,
Street; NEW
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One of the Finest Dairy
Farms in B. C.
W acre.-, 120 of  which  is
cleared and in good   shape,
sL"eam of water, '$Q  acres
of hay land"��� will   carry  00
head ,,f cattle.    6, roomed
dwelling, outbuildings, two
,   ��� i Ofif- if    _i.      r ;
large barns, millwooil, good
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well   of   water
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fiuailebijifrowathe City of
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if rum,the JrrtabturbaiY-'SrarA'
line.     Part high hOOi suttn-0
:,alilelj form.firnit ��� grouting.
Blrt >Aowland ��� and    under.
Cidtisation.' kj Two dwelling
hiiuses,   large - ��� bam    and
i-rtUm/rous utttbuildings; ex-
i jt'9ii8nt(\Baton;.v    ,..- - ���
1   Trn^^ill';1b6liisuhdivifdo(l
'WR rtntt! h-Mtlrngs oFtr6m
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s.-ru.vt'r, : iium ��� t ��� QC ' J'l'i
, ri   lainw   it   juuhannj    m
For Pri__' and- ParticnMV
[eel the ribs of some live fowls and
while in that position, the driver, who
didn't notice him, drove on, much to
the chinaman's discomfort. He
fortunate enough to get his arm
out with only tbe flesh grazed.
Veal was plentiful and J. Reichenbach of this city bought a considerable Quantity. P. Burns & Co.. of Vancouver purchased between 20 and 30
carcasses. A few carcasses of beef were
offered ami found ready purchasers.
I'eri;, in the carcass was snapped up
before i, had a chance to get i'1'" the
market Only a mall quantity was offered and there was also a shortage of.
dressed poultry.
Eggs were scarce.    Inns    seem    to
have gone out of business for the time
being   and   only   about   twenty   cases,
were offered on the market. The pur-,
chasers   were   pretty   evenly   divided,
between  this  city  and  Vancouver.
The usual vendors of butter and
eggs were there and one or two new
ones.
Mrs. Stoney of Port Hammond of-;
fered a supply of butter and eggs and (
also brought in several carcasses of(
dressed veal.
Mrs. TaylOf of Langley, is on the
sick list and was unable to be present.
Ibr business was ably looked after by
Mrs. Matheson, of the same district.
Eric Anderson of Langley Prairie
was the only man oo the mar-
kef who offered dairy produce, and
he was apparently kept pretty busy.
Mrs. Smith of Tynehead and Mrs.
ECeegan of Woodwards occupied their
usual stands us did also Mrs. Crawford
of East Delta.
Among the florists E. and H. Stride
led the van in the line of cut flowers
and offered a choice collection of carnations, roses of several varieties,
Lilies of the Valley, sweet peas, and
.  I Marguerite daisies.
The features of today's market was      h. Tidy of Tenth street had a nice
Wjh�� arrival on the scene of a number supply of sweet peas in the line of cut
Kbt .-sellers    of    spcialties,  commonly i flowers, and in  pot plants he offered
ealjiid  fakirs.  In the market building  maiden  ferns,  asparagus  plants,  dra-
Uine. oLthe stands was occupied by ai-enas,   usphegistas.   In   boxes,   asters,
man, celling  shell   novelties,   embrac- < verbenas, phlox, petunias,' and pansies.
lu Ins chains, necklaces, pendants, brooch jn bedding plants, geraniums, fuschias,
'i5,:��l*d souvenirs of Vancouver. Quite  and heliotrope.
a number of onlookers mildly suggest-      j. Muirhead of Seventh avenue offered that a few souvenirs of Xew West-led  roses and  sweet  peas,    and    the
rininster might be  preferable. Not  far
'iway beside the chicken pens another
jntle_Ta_ talked like a strike promo-
{or14m 'lhe merits and marvels of   a
HbieuMfR'aJly   constructed   top   which
I'll* caH��d a gyroscope. It would travel
lr>_long a  wire,  spin on the head of a
f'jiiri,  #p4ri oft 'its  side, in a box, and
wo���ld',also'.-'tspm  the  box:    These he
I* handed' out Mh  large numbers to the tily of garden plants.
��� efl&ehS, who 'tn> return forked out the'    h.   Davis  the :Burnaby  florist  had
|:smrtm'sunYiofWU��&its. Outside on the'his usual  display of carnations    and
: iniC'Ivei   _qutSi,   Sflerge    Lucas    who some fine tulips, in addition to a con-
|> claim*   fo bl^rP'ttaiive    of Australia' siderable variety  of  pot plants    and
[iciitfattl   nfuch  rfifrfli ration as he, with  vegetable plants.
|eeltKttiMrc-;' -worthya(ftu#  better cause,      The  usual  butchers  and  fish    merle,i und on the merits of some patent   chants presented a fine iine of dress-
oknife sharpening ai*ail_e_rents, made od and smoked meats and fisli.
Dbf emery fin^(^;^riim.Vt?Ht' also acted,
enefac
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THE HOUSE-KEEPERS
...FRIEND...
Not as Good As Any, but
BETTER THAN THE BEST'
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See our small show window for the season's proper Outing Hats.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's New Lexicon Sailors,
Plain Sailors,   Wide Rim Sailors,    Chipped Alpine Sailors and Galateas
in ti different styles. All new goods, all one price.
The entire range marked at a popular price for quick selling.
I $1.00
Your Choice of
the Lot for
$1.00
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For a
Few Days
Nice house, ready
for occupation. Good
situation on Third
Ave and Tram Line.
Corner lot, house,
furniture, garden
and fruit trees, all
to be sold for $1600,
on easy terms.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106.        Columbia St.
TODAY'S MARKET REPORT
Makes Mouse-Cleaning a Pleasure _ W. S. COLLISTER fe? CO.:
It cleans silks, satins, laces, curtains and ribbons without injury to
the fabric. Once tried always used for cleaning carpets, rugs; upholstered furniture, clothes, dress
goods, and for the ordinary wash
it has no equal. It works wonders
on Woodwork, oilcloth, linoleum,
etc., when used according to directions.
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Stay at Home on 24th.
Stay at home on May 24th. Witness
the championship lacrosse match amfl
bear the music of the Citizens' band.
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MAY DAY
is the time when children should be dressed in
Holiday Attire ���
and an assortment of unlimited styles await your
inspection at
Thc White House
275 Columbia St.       A. J. BIRTCH.
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sweet peas were all snapped up in a
very few minutes . Plants���Asters,
phlox, verbenas, ivy, geraniums, begonias, cinerarics, pelargonium, and
carnations. He carried also a full
line of vegetable phints.
W. Wilting of Burnaby offered a
full line of vegetables, and C. Coombs
of the Scott road had for sale a quan-
IChildren's Shoes!I
I       Misses', Boys', Children's and Infants' Shoes       I
in all the new spring styles. Note a few prices
on some of the lines we are showing this week
|fliis_ a_pu
several   of
lblic   Ijc
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I'of tfi'e  knife sr9-n;
,:.;tn:oAI.   90
irivances at  the price 1
iclor by dispensing
e,   of liaIf
Wr,
deck   and
ibo&u&
'Mia,
sharpening con-
*p"t.ne purchas-
F    i3ii
..sho.
gular siiarllef sellers were on
1   dispensed   large   quantities
till
Id .'.; njbOT'ii! i sw   l   >: _    I )W|
lid      _Pe,Jo_ista^.';^r0  erS�� .
Lai   S_8.ft8__5ato St��?t. ..���,.
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ill    ol    j    a i' ���������������   -i     a
" farm  product's"
ca     aniswuiii.o:
pigs were more plentiful this
(Q. uv:u:    oj ��� 'A    plvow.   ,, i
and  alx,in   Rjitr pens  chang-
hands. The    offerings    of    poultry
:     - -.      iMnsvAaoi)    nj    ,) ,   i
'I were  not   so  numerous  as  usual,  but
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re more varieil.  1 hree pens ot ducks
ihree inns ot pleeons ana a number of
'lal'biis found  ready ' piifciiiisers', '&m\
^ee of Vaneouvei' pelng the heaviest
Ii   Young
' morning
ed  hand
Were more
e.r
,     ')��.,. gan j. d i
i'eprcs,eniiilive,  nearly
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purchaser.
r.',      ifi..,. r.ai
res, -
back  io Vancouver
V arm.  lie naked  bis arm
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a rungs of a waggon wh -
,    '.[>���������- . ���       ^dnct'-n
scon oi
in  between
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went
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*4mtWiI'-:'��lnckim  house;'' ofc,   'Thrice" "'only
$��8fd.   ^or'nTuck sale dhlVr''11
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to��3East End residefice, fif'TOomR5)v_iath,   elec^
little.light, good 'situation  arirP^flnvenreht'
ior'    a-.tutbumftt^s^iftm.'  $1130.   ���a*c'
1 fuil:i   .Itoots    oi.-i._3mr
Jt/UrXTI-OU-OlMUgiadBdottage, close"-��b Agries'Street
iBdnfinsti-Ind, practically. p(OW l^is^^jjpd-
na-rnfln iMn particular.     I^ame^.bt,. beau-
itifatwhuation
- Very easy terms
mi
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Market Quotations.
The market quotations for the day
were as follows:
Beef,  hind  Quarter,  8%  to  ue.  per
pound. /
Beef,  fore  quarter,   li  to  G'/'c    per
pound.
Veal, 81/. to 9c per pound.
Pork, 9c per pound.
Mutton, 10c per pound.
Lamb, 11 to 12c per pound.
Potatoes, per ton, $14 to $13.
Carrots, per sack, 50 conts.
Beets, per sack, 75 cents.
Parsnips,  per sack,  To  cents.
Onions, per sack, $_.r,0.
tttarn-BS, per sack, .JO Cents.
Hay, per ton' $9 to $10.
Eggs, per dozen, 25 cenls.
Hul ter,  per  pound.  30  cents,
I ^wls.jier do/.eu, $(i..r>0 lo $7.50.
. JfJuoks, pp* dozen, $u to $10.
^jiiclo.'iJ's, per, dozen, $ti. to .$6.50.
S^abajJ), 2V_ cents per pound.
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Misses fine black Oxfords, light and heavy
soles, sizes 11 to 2, $1.25
to $1.50 a pair.
Misses' fine black kid,
turn sole slippers, sizes
11 to 2, $1.25 a pair.
Misses' chocolate color Oxfords and Strap
Slippers, $1.25 and $1.50
a pair.
Boys'   Canvas   Boots
85c and 1.00 a pair.
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Child's white canvas
blucher cut Oxfords, 75
and 85c a pair.
_Infants' Strap Slippers
in brown and black, 75c,
90c and 1.00 a pair.
Infants' Boots in lace
and button, 35c to 75c a
pair.
Child's Oxfords in
black and chocolate
shades, sizes 8 to 10 1-2,
$1.00 and $1.25.
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conver; V. Christie, Vancouver; C-
jjUeaton, Vancouver; Qeorge White, ,A1-
idergrove; OUv<.r Huggard, N. McDougall, G. J_. Fulton, Vancouver.
Depot���John McGregor, Langley; H,
'Tilbury,  Langley;   J.  Haldi,  I���,ngley;
IX  Bhaw, Vancouver;   Charles Beebe,
Vancouver;    Victor    Bean,    Waverly,
Kansas;   Charles  West,  Steveston.
NOTE    Our'Misses' and Children's Barefoot Sandals arrived today.
We've a good assortment of all the best styles in the extension sole
foot protecting kind.
We Show Children's Shoes in Every Good Style and
We Fit Their Feet Correctly.
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Johnston's Big Shoe House
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
4. [.WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone8 5.
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1 Electric Railway Service ]
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���ino transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. xransrer at
Leopold Place.
8unday Service half-hourly between 8 a. m. and 10 p. �����
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Service, except between n and
2, and 5 and 7, during wnicn
hours the service will ne
half-hourly.
Sunday Service nair-nouriy between 8 a. m. and 11 P- m-
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
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