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Phone 85
i0jrE THREE, NO. 60
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.    WED.N   SDAY MORNING, MARCH 11. 1908,
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Of PEOPLE    BIG soccer game HAS     BASSiBALL BOYS LAY
,fp m rinuiCH      T�� BE REPLAYED HERE
i'i
After   Heated  Arguments,  Alex. Turn-
I Of $32,500 and        b-" Gains His Point in Connec-
IfleanCity; or, Restricted
rict   Which?
IS FOR SEASON
tion With Play-off Gsme.
Dist!"1
Westminster Team Will Be
Strengthened This Year-
Winnipeg Man to Pitch.
Another I Ig football event for Sat-
tiirday is on the tapis, the play off of
,,;> esi to those who  ,jR,  tj,.   between  the  Rovers of thi*       '���        adual  disappearance  of   the
E ,. ning he progress of the (.;ty and the Thistles of Vancouver, knight of the gridiron from the sport-
immorality in the t() oe p]aye<] a, Moody Square, 'nils big pages of the daily papers, coupled
.,   tew  days    was   p]ea8a-(  surprise for local footballers' *'ltb ,1]" recent reports of trips being
It;:.
ial."
Ititv during
���
yesterda ;       llusseii   noici,   ffaB   Uu.   ,....lllt  (J,  fl   meetmg 0l   ,
A. L. Bishop, chief mover  Vancouver   District     Association
Bi   the  social   evil,
Russell  hotel
tel<
rhr'ii Mrs
I tin
iAid. I'"'a" of til(' 1)0licfc
(on.:i,i;: i. n   '   ������:    ui.poi.itmc.it     to
i()l- . .,-.. meiv.beis or the
esent. Mrs. Bishop
p ff0r_s expressed her opinion
;. restricted'-!*
he   undertaken   by   the   members  of  the
on
ai
In
If..-;
!g leagues to the southern training
Monday evening tn Vancouver, al grounds haa turned the thoughts of
which representations were made bj the f-lthful fans towards baseball
Alex. Turnbull, as representative oi 'nce -gain, and already plans or the
\Yw Westminster, regarding the play coming season are being raid oui. in
Ing off of the tie in this city Instead   ;,,i-' (iI-v' although    no   meeting   of
!;���
Of Vancouver as originally arranged.
Id lv away from   The game will br; played to a finish]
players or club ineml ers has yet been
called.
,.,i(l I'-awav from   |llr game win ne. played to a finish!    ,...., ,       , , . -
trici duI thai II snouia u< ai��a.> uuu, . While a number of last year players
,, of the town, she  and the suprenacj of o     of the two  wlll tlgure on the New Wvstminster
loald noi havi  objected to them lo- Btrongesi  teams In the Mainland lea- tQam tnis se'as6n, several new men are
Up in the   vicinity    of   Eleventh   gue decided.   Tae winners will com-  i_ line t0r a ,)IaCe 0n the nine, and
[wet had theii     r< sence not  threat-   pete in  the finals  of Che league, and, wni DQ givcn a tr_ out in tne enrljegt
I the ruin of the property liold by If successful to that poinl the Rovers j Kames in or(hM. t0 ]irove theh. abi]itv
H-eent people In  the neighbourhood., will meet the champions of Hi. tslandU, nandlo the p0alUons available for
j, Bishop wai   of the opinion that' league for the n. 0. cup. i them.
lewunril should endorse th. report      The line up for Saturday's game i.'l     Among the new men who will    be
Jld. Fader and  put a referendum   the Btrongesi thai has yel taken the Llace on the trial list of the local team
pie whole matter before the tax-j field, and  unless the Thistles put up I )a a. McRae, now of Millside. and for
m a three  star brand of ball, another some time a well known ball player of
IM. Fad"! stated his position plain-   defeat   is   due them.    The team  wlll   Winnipeg.    McRae i. in line for the
in the case.    Had he been at the face  the   tnB.ll as  follows:   goal,  Bar-  slab   position,   and   is   credited   with
of affairs    bast  year, he  would   baree; backs, Clark anrl Bruce; halves i being able to projiel the sphere with
linovel the restricted distr'ct but, Leamy, Turnbull and G. Fleming; for-, some velocity.    He has also mastered
law scattered the women broad-  wards.   Watson,  Craig.   Locke,  Lock- j a few of the most tantalizing delivjs-
over the  city.    Since   this  had ' ban   and   Lumsden.    Reserves, Peele, | |PS. and Is calculated to make tire man
done, the next  best  thing  was  A.   Fleming  and   Mailings.    Refeiee,   behind the stick nervous by his wind
dean the city of the women  en-!Haslett of Westham Island. Kick gff
no tri,.t,<T  what  the cost.    It��� 2:46 p. m.
5tf R
WEEK.
KING TAKES HAND IN  i��s mm is      A.O.U.W. GRAND LODGE
DMOUTH TROUBLE
KILLED Af VICT0K1A
IN ANNUAL SESSION
Monarch Writes Friendly Letter to Nephew Wilhelm���
Rival Naval Programs.
London, March 10���The compare
li..- strength of tire navies of Great
Britain and Germany, which already
have occupied so much discussion In
ti.-   present session of parliament, was
Murdered in Own House By Unknown 	
Enemy-supposed Result of Kion-    Fifty Delegates Will Attend
dike  Feud  of 1897  Days. ��,     ,. ���., ���  ,   -,-,      .     m
Meetings Which Begin Today in I. O.O. F. Hall.
This morning at  ten o'clock  there
pi Ct'" {5
it might cost less
Knight require the entire $32,500 | ALMOST MUTINY
U he was asking to accomplish I
(^object; yet, if there was to be any .
ih. it was absolutely necessary I
; the taxpayers show themselves j
lie behind the council in the mat-!
iiiSMip tactics.
Curley Lewis, last yenrV southpaw,
will not be on tlie team this year.
Ernie Sinclair will stampede around
IN WINNIPEG JAIL.! firsf '',ase as of >'ore: .Tlmmy Lew's is
  i counted upon to do short-stop duty,
If the support was not solid, then,;
toe could be done except permit,
Winnipeg, March 10���Saturday an
encounter occurred between a number
of prisoners confined In the provincial
jail, and for a time It looked as If a
general   mutiny    would   occur.    Tire
Clarence Stein will be seen at the
third pillow. Silver will probably fill
the bill at second, Bill Free, who Is
now In the Cariboo country, will re-
Viciiiri.i. March 10���Tho epidemic
of crime which has struck the city
and which already has brought ("a.as.
Daneey,   motorman,  to    thr'  brink  of w:11 assemble at the I.O.O.F. hall the
death, and has laid a sailor up In tho grand  lodge of t__e  Ancient Order of
hospital   from   the   effects    of   sand- United Workmen for the province of
ftgialn !irought to the front this after-I bagging,   was  again   in evidence  last British Columbia, at which some fifty
ii        a the House of Commons by the   night,   when    Charles    Freedmun,   a delegates from every part, of the pro-
,!.   ati   on the naval estimates, anrl it   L,amljk,r   wel,  ,,nfnvn  ���-,���   was s,,,ot vince will be present.    Legislation of
drew   from   Herbert   H.   Asnuith, lhe ^ ^^ ^W importance to the onK,.in B,.itis,h
acting premier, a  reaSseri.on of tire' '     ,     ,.      ,��� ,
i-.t, .,���      �� .1. ���    i     Freedman   who  lives    on    Stan'ev   Columbia will be discussed during the
Intention of the government to main-      -_wsu_i_��__,  wuu "����    uu    o.iu.<\
tain Great Britain's unassailable sup-; avenue, returned after 11 o'clock last   <-wo days which tlie session will oc-
prr mi cy at son.   Mr. Asquith admitted   night from the city with his wife and   cul)>r-   This morning's meeting will bo
that if Germany's present program Of L fnen^^ Miss Hagenbaoh.   They were  almost entirely occupied with the re-
nava.   construction   was  carried   out, . .. .        ���      , epl vine nf the rrrvio-Haic nt th., .i<_ic
I preparing  to   retire   when   Freedman   ceiung ot tne cienentiais oi tne rleie-
she would have 13 Dreadnoughts and
Invisibles to Great Britain', 12 by ; vv0"' t0 lhe kitchen for a d,'nk' As
November 11, 1911, assuming that he was passing the pantry, the door
ureat Britain failed to lay down ships ' was partly opened and a foot and a
in 1909 to be completed prior to that nand. the latter grasping a revolver,
date. ' thru, i through.   Freedman shouted to
Without forecasting the naval pro- his wife to telephone the police, at
gram for next year, Mr. Asquith sa'd the same time struggling to close the
he could promise without the faintest I door. While she was doing so the
hesitation that if the government, burglar evidently fired, and she heard
found a reasonable probability of the two men rushing from the house. Thp
German program being carried out in burglar jumped through the pantry
the way the paper figures suggested, j window and escaped by leaping the q, j_. Peck, grand foreman1 W. lack-
It would feel it was its duty to provide' front fence. Freedman followed him
not only for an additional number of, as f,ar as the gate, wlrer he fell. The
ships, but for their construction by screams of the wife and Miss Hagen-
such a date as to make sure the sug-; bach attracted the neighbors, and a
gested   priority    of   Germany   would   doctor    was    summoned.    Freedman
lived only ten minutes.   He was shot
through the lungs.   His wife did not
noi become a fact.
gates, and this afternoon the Grand
-Master Workman, W. H. Smith, of
Ladner, will deliver his annual address. The election of officers will
likely be held on the second day, and
during the session there will be suggested and discussed several Important amendments to the constitution.
The present officers of the grand
lodge are W. H. Smith, grand master;
son, grand overseer: W. Scowcrott,
grand receiver; J. T. McIImoyd, recorder. The executive is composed of
J. T. McIImoyd, W. Scowcroft, A.
Stewart and F. L. Budlong. The committee on laws consists of F. L. Bud-
Berlin,   March   10���A    local    news
, ., _,      _ ..,   long, S. W. Evelelgh and J. T. McFar-
see his assailant, and If Freedman did   ,      _. ...
.... ...     lane.    The committee on finances is
and recognized him he was unable to
.A Stewart, C. T. Wlglesworth and F.
W. Davey, M P.P.
This district is well represented on
agencv today declares it has learned
from an unimpeachable authority that: speak and give m* clew>
King Edward  has  sent    a  letter  to!    Although burglary was at first sus-
Emperor  Wimam,    couched in    the  Pected, there Is a strong belief that  the grand lodge by -  T.'Peck  g-and
most cordial and friendly terms, con-,the man deliberately waited 6r Freed-  foreman, and George Adams, repres-
rerning the revelation by the London ; man In order to end'a Klondike feud,  entative of the Supreme Master.    A
Times of the existence of private cor- j Nothing is missing from the house,  ter?e number of tj,e delegates from
respondence  between   the    Emperor  an��l the suspect may have foeen some Vancouver and Victoria arrived in the
port for duty at centre.     The   can-  an(, ^ord Tweedrnouth   fir8t ,ordof one  who  blamed  Freedman  for the clty yest��ri_ay..
Wired light district to be started.!_       *,,.'.., .  .v. _   ��� didates for the other positions in the i ,.     .,,_,,���������-.     1t ��,.._   ��,_,_,-  ���>,.,.,._,.
I dogged   determination  of  the  guards , .... . I (he  admiralty-    It has  been charged
outfield are not yet decided upon, al-: that the Emperor ... h,s ,ette_ aMempt.
though it is known that some of the  ed t_ inf]uence Brltish teglB,atlo- ln
1907 players have announced their in-  the-matter of naval    approprffltlon_.
tention of not playing again, but then.j Accordlng tQ m agency   K)_g Ed_
ball pounders never quit the game for j ward ,_ W| ,ette_ takeg ^ v,ewpoint
I BAY COMPANY'S
F TRADER IS DEAD
i of Mackenzie River District Sue- ' force lt
'umtis After Short Illness���Wag
on Way to Winnipeg.
only prevented this being an accomplished fact
The fight occurred between the
prisoners confined in the tage and
the officers, as the result of one prisoner refusing to carry out an order
ami   the  turnkey   endeavoring to   en-
pM��l>eg, Mar. 10.���Thomas \n.ler-
It the Hudson's Baj t'o.'s chief trad-
fin charge of the MacKerusie river
"rin '" dead. The Sad event oc-
^onFei,. 12, a. Fori Chlppewyan,
an Illness of a few weeks. Mr.
fttnwaa on his way to Wlnnl.Bj,
���one of hlK periodical visits to head-
"""rs, and    was  taken    in
WORK PROVIDED FOR
NANAIMO UNEMPLOYED
Wl'tMi
Opening of Road Provides
Employment for One Hundred���Bridge Proposed.
I    few
""riving   al   Chlppewyan,
��� 'otJiteil on  l.ak
Sloped such serious symptoms! Agent Bray has received Instructions
\t.iabasca,     Nanaimo,    March   10.���Government
HI i
*,'IS   .bnii,.,
P'�� there,   Th
Havech
advlsubie to re- '" i'1" '���' l;u'i;e number nf men at. work
SlsterB of Charity, opening a new road In Cedar district,
1 '��� ' fa Roman Catholic' In all it is mppoeed thai about 100
irN|h'1" In ihi a. sr.nce of u doc- I men will be put t<> work. The start-
L,ht.tende(l ,,|;'   and did everything ^g of this work is timely, and if care
P 10 to allr       ���      .,,,1  s|.|v  ,,!_,  pr0. J la exercised  lr> sr'e  t Hi* 1   those are eni-
r��' "" disease with which he 'ployed who have been living in the
Li '' '"" in si|lt0 of all that! city and are In need of work, should
���. i0,I(i""'!h malady proved fatal Uo much to relieve the serious sltua-
IMack    i " ''" |,"n 81mPB��n on'tlon,
int ?       'V' r' ' '"',v in nfi(,��n>-      Kxlonsive   repairs.   It   is   reported,
INeiTv    '" IV''"'1' K(,mo,,t��n by are to be made sDortly on tha B. &
lary **r and Winnipeg early In | N.  railway,   which   will   give employ-
|��lt.
good.
that the  British parliament and the
loss of money-
The dead man made a lot of money
In White Horse in the early days and
married a woman on the vaudeville
stage at Dawson, by whom he is survived. He was very fond of displaying a roll of bills, and was advised
CARIBOU TOOK NINETY DAYS
TO PASS HEAD OF VALLEY
frequently not to do so as he might  )mmenw M,tratory Band on southern
get a tap on the head.
STARTLED GIRL SHOT
BANDIT IN A SACK
ball players.
ALL RAGING BETS ARE
BARRED IN LOS ANGELES
Trek Furnish Food for Hunt-
era and Miners.
Dawson, March 10���The trek of
caribou from the Tanana valley to
the head of the White river was more
than ninety days In passing the head
of the Forty-mile valley, and at last
land.
SALOONIST8  RETALIATE
ON OTHER BUSINESS MEN.
Newspapers With Betting Features of
Races Mutt Not Be Sold in City
���Mayor Vetoed Ordinance.
Mr' Christie, the eompany'a ment to hundreds of men. A new steel
pr
r In char*
..'hi
"'  the post nt  Port' bridge, it  is said, will be built across
" arrived hen
the
l^foimn |        "" 110ro a  tew days   fhe, Cowiehiin  river,   one   acrOM
fitdohi, ",'"'" " Cn,PP��.wyan, (md! Ctremaniua river and one across the
m bi,   ,    """"
\,       ,1"l|h
"Hi.,]   j,',.
",""'"1' 'smaller one at EUiymond's crossing.
>n sent back med- Manalmo river, besides two between
occurred    beore he Duncan and Shawnlgan Lake, and a
"This Is My 62nd Birthday99
i.ii.h,..
mil
en
���I hi
Lucius Tuttle.
"resident of the Boston ami  Maine Railroad  for
Nreceiv, ,1'," 'V""'N' W;1S '""'n ln Hertford, Conh,, March 11, is,f|.
I6began hi   "   "l'"""l<"1 '" '��'��� public schools of thai city.   In 1866
'ill'"i c*       ""'' :,s ���' railroad  man, In   wlileh  he  was dr'sllm'tl  in
"" lerve,i',",'" "n'' "r ""' "oognlaed n����ter( of modern railroading.
Nt-��omn,i" ,'"""'" M|l|ordinair' porttloM until 1889, when he be-
11,1 .enerai '" ""' Tn,nl< Lim' AaacfolatlOn
N, tn wh|c^ana��er of-the New York, New Haven   anrl    Hartford
' !""11 'i" served tor two yours, when he was elected
Who will wear the mask Is the ques-, puW,c fl_ w��� &g &n lrnine-se major.
tion thnt is troubling the hoys at the] ,ty _f the pregg of En-]|a-di Awp|y
present time. The catcher holds down ,,lBapprove of the actlon of the Tlmes
one of the most Important Jobs on the j CoBtlnulng, tha agency savs that the
field, and a reliable and fast man is ��� ittempl o{ the Tlmes to exp]oit a prI.
bably needed for the position. j v<.(e and ^.^^^   exchan(,B    of
An effort Is being made to induce S.' ,orrespouaence In a sensational wav.
W. Bodtey to assume the management C|9Used the RriUsh king to wHte to
of the team, although Aleck Cunning- j Emperor W|���iam. The kIng.s actlon,
ham  Is .also a  possible boss for the, ,t ,g addefli wf��� create the ,,pgt Jm.
pression. iboth in Germany and Eng- Lone Girl Has Terrible Ex-  ..p^ Ml" ev����tl7'ha'd not pae^d.
perience in a Farmhouse �� F- Jenkin8 and A- R- Pur<,y- wh0
have returned from Ketchumstock, at
Kitchen ���RODDerS CaUght the head of the Forty-mile, bring the
_ news.   They state that the vast  mi-
  gratory bands started to run in Nov-
Spokane,   March     10���The    saloon |     Buda. Pesth, March    8���News    has   ember  past  the  headquarters of ttie
dealers of Spokane who are seeking   been received here o a terrible exper-   Forty-mile, and still were moving past
to close the city as a retaliatory men-' ience undergone  by a  young girl  at   that point  early  this    month,   when
sure for being compelled to close on j a lonely farm house on the estate of  p��rdy and Jenkins left there for Daw
this day,  swore  to eleven  addlt'onal   fount Karolyl, a short distance from  BOn.
warrants today for the arrest of cigar! Ihis city.   Late In the evening a man,;    "At   least  a  thousand  of caribou,"
store,  confectionery,   flower  and   sta-1 apparently   almost exhausted  by  car-   gay the men, "passed our place or the
tionery dealers, also  for  some  drug j tying a heavy  sack, knocked  at the j vicinity, at the head of the Mosquito
store   proprietors.     Last  week   there j door   of the house and begged for a   fork,   ln   the   Ketchumstock   district,
were twenty  warrants Issued, tnclud-  night's   shelter.    The   only   occupant  each day.
ing the  manager of the Spokesman-  of the house at    the time was the j    "They took a general southerly dlr-
ReriOW newspaper.   None of the cas-��.   farmer's daughter.    8he naturally re-  potion,   crossing  the   Sixty-mile,    we
fused to admit him, but at his earnest  were told, and continuing toward the
entreaty  allowed    him to leave    the  white.   They fluctuated over a course
sack.    Tlie   stranger,   depositing  his  n mne to five miles in width, packing
burden In the kitchen, then left, ani   (he snow In many places as hard as
the  girl   continued her   preparations  it is packed in the streets of Dawson.
for the evening meal. I They  proceeded    over quite a wide-
A noise caused her to look around,   belt in order to find  plenty of good
and to her horror, she saw the sack   feeding ground.
was moving.    Then the    blade   of a1 .     "The miners at the liead of the For-
knife appeared, slowly cutting through  ty-milo killed the game by the hun-
the    sacking.    Thoroughly    terrified, dreds, and have    caribou    carcasses
she  picked  up  her  father's gun   and   stored in their tunnels and shafts in
! fired.    The   movement     stopped    at  the frozen bowels of the earth, suffl-
once, and blood commenced to ooze dent to last them a year.   It was the
.,,, , ,,.,.,   through the sacking. '    greatest opportunity the men ever hart
have been willing to confess and take      -,���,,.,..
V       .      a, I    The girl fled fr<
l.on Angeles, March 10.���The anii-
t'p ordinance was pased by the OOUU
ell Monday afternoon over Mayor Harper's veto. Three eouneilmen .oied
against the ordinance.
The  law  is drastic,  preventing the i has hp__ (r!p(] __,
publication of any  information about;	
races thai  has anything to do with
the betting.
Not only does the ordinance prevent
Iho local newspapers from printing
the belting features of a race, but It
prohibits the selling of New l>k.
San Francisco and other newspaper-
Hint contain results of a race with
the betting attached.
The measure wns not. vetoed by the
mayor bill by h's seoratary. while the
mayor was absent from the rlty. Upon
his return lhe mayor agreed to let the
vvlo  stand.
THREW HUMAN LEG
AT THE  PROFESSOR.
Chicago,   March     10���Twenty-eight,
medical students of the University of|
Chicago  are    facing    suspension   because one of  their  number threw  a
piece of human leg from the diflSSct-1
ing room at a divinity professor.   The j
professor   complained     to    President
indson who asked for an explanation.
The   guilty   student  Is  declared  to I
i.io consequences, but the other mem-
hers of the class refused to let him
do so.
A few years utter
?^Main, th ' ' ""' m;"1'  In 1898 he became president of thr' Boston
-t 'I.,,,','.    !| ;i milch smaller  syslem than It  is today. Under Pr*--
pn*li]enl
Maine, th
"T       |""""r
Hii .���.    ' '"""" the system was expanded until now it con-
2��f T ���:.'���   """" "f ��iunfry  east  nnrl   north  of Boston.    Since
^ which "" '"'"" l'rPHl<l��'nt also of the Maine Central Rail-   |
I '' w clow'y allied with the Ooston and Maine Interests   j
L__ ^WtftMlMttMt^ ���...���..��;:"..�����������������:"������"���#:::::. .. ...... ..��W;i:
B. C. Coal for U. S. Fleet.
Nanaimo,   March   10��� People    who
Copper Company's  President Quits.
Phoenix,     March      IO���-Information
has been received  here of the resignation of Hon. Warner Miller as pres-
blent of��bha Dominion Copper Com-I   ��-��-���---, ��.��,.;..  ,...-  ..-.,..	
-any, Mr. \f!Tler has been very III I have just arrived form Union state
ai bis home for some months, In Cen-1 that it Is repotred up there thai the
trai N'ew York, and has been unable, Mines at Comox are under contract
to attend to the duties of his office, io furnish 100,000 tons of coal for the
n .1. Cull, who was added tothe dlT-i Cfnlte*fStxtea fleet nt Bremerton and
eciorato of the company at its an-|Sun Franelseo. Other reports are
nual meeting hold last month will die- *** ^p (,eal ls P*����4f, but that Mr.
,1vur.o the duties of president of the Dunsmuir la not, certain of his ability
Dominion Copper Company for the1'" ���� the.contract, which, ll Is be-
time being- 1 |U'V,'('' hlXH b(''?n off("re,t t0 blm' ���
rom Ihe house and a to get free meat, and that the choicest
short distance down the road met her of deer meat In the world, with virtu-
father. He secured the assistance of-ally no effort. It requires little skill
two gendarmes and hurried horn1. In- to kill caribou when they are In such
side the  sack was found    Ihe dead  herds.
body of a burly man, armed with a "The wolf pack hangs to the flank
revolver and a khife. SusperiTTed of the herd and cut and devour on the
from his neck was a whistle, and be- j weak or infirm, fattening on the ten/
Ifeving It was Intended It was a meana! der flesh and even gorging until eur-
of summoning accomplices, the police  felted."
blew n series of calls.   Almost lmme- j  ���
dlately thre men ran up, and seeing1 Nanaimo, March 10���The ground on
themselevB trapped, opened Tire with i which Nanaimo's Chinatown ie elttf-
levolvers. The oflfc'ers returned the j ated was sold yeeterday by the Weet1
fire wfth the result that one of the.ern Fuel Cordpany to ft group of Chin-
robbers was Icllled and his two com- ese merchant*. Thirty acres are ito-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, MARC
H 11,1.
TRAVEL THOUSAND
MILES BY DOG TRAIN
MARTIN EGAN  RETURNS.
Woman Takes Part in Long
Trip Over Frozen Plains-
Ninety Days on Journey.
Gimli. Man., March 10���William
Beech, a well known ex-Winntpegger,
accompanied by Mrs. Beech and their
son Carl, arrived in Gimli yesterday-
afternoon from Churchill, having travelled 1,100 miles by dog train, covering the distance in ninety days, The
party are in' good health and spirits
notwithstanding the very severe hardships encountered during the trip.
Mr.Beech was delayed 23 days waiting
for the Nelson river to freeze over
which did not occur until .Ian. 11.
During these 23 days there food became very low and they had no food
for their dogs. Mr. Beech had to tra-
val :back 200 miles to get deer to supply the party with food, but did not
meet with success. Mrs. Beech is the
first woman to travel between Fort
ChurchUl and Winnipeg by dog train.
Mr. Beech and family leave Gimli
for Winnipeg by the Gimli Beach
train   Saturday  morning.
Well Known Journalist Will Represent
News Service in Manilla.
Wlnnipeg.March 10���Martin J. Bgan
a former Victoria, B.C., newspaperman, who won consideralbe success
as a war correspondent Inr several
campaigns, has rejoined the Associated Press service, and left on Tuesday
for Manilla by Ihe Pacific Mail liner
Korea from U.in "Trancisco to represent the .Associated Press in Manilla.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Bgan,
Mr. Egan, after leaving Victoria, went
to the San Fransclsco Chronicle, and
was sent by that newspaper to ihe
Boxer campaign In North China. His
good work there attracted attention,
and he received several flattering offers, one from the Associated Press,
by which service he was sent to Manilla. Returnfng to New York to be
relieved at Manilla by George Denny,
of this city, he was dispatched to
Tokio in charge of the work of reporting the war from the Japanese side
tor the Associated Press. At Tokio he
first met Mrs. Egan who had gone to
.lapan as representative of Leslie's
Weekly, and they were married at the
Japanese capital. When Ridgway
started his syndicate of magazines he
placed Mrs. Egan in charge at Washington. Mr. Egan .accompanied W.
H. Taft, the United States war secretary on the recent tour, and now is
again bound for the Orient.
EXECUTION OF SOLDIERS
CAUSES STIR IN RUSSIA
As a Great Favor, Czar Permits Men
Hurried to Death Without Trial
to be Shot.
Maniac Suicides on Train.
Gladstone, Man.. March 10���While
being taken to Portage jail by Constable Williamson, of Roblin, Thomas j
Dempsey, also of that place, cut his j
throat while on a Canadian Northern
train just west of here, and was in a
dying condition when the train left
here. He had tried to shoot himself
during the night and also tried to
jump off the train. The constable had
searched him and taken a knife away
during the night, but the deed was
done with a small knife which he had
hidden n his clothes. The man was
Insane and was being taken to Port-
age for safety.
25.00 MEN IN CAMP.
Military     Concentration   at   Quebec���
Sir John French  May Be Present.
Kingston. March 10���It is rumored
that the military authorities are considering Ihe concentration of 25,000
men at Quebec and T_evis to undergo
training and also to be used for a military display dnrnig the tercentenary
celebration. It is also said thjnt General Sir John French will be a British
visitor at the great camp. The funds
used for the various camps would be
pooled, for the big mobilization.
London, March 10���A dispatch from
St. Petersburg says three soldiers, belonging to one of the cavalry regiments of the Russian Guards, were
recenty secretly and summarily executed In the Petropavlosk fortress.
Deep mystery surrounds the affair,
which has caused the more speculation in view of the wild rumoi-3 current within the past week of conspiracies against the imperial  household.
The three men were suddenly placed under arrest, a somewhat vague
charge of "furthering the revolutionary propoganda' being brought against
them. There was no trial, but two
hours later there arrived a messenger
from Czarskoe-Selo bearing a triple
death sentence. It is considered significant that the document should
come not from the war minister, as
under ordinary circumstances, but
from the Czar himself.
Tlie doomed men were at once removed from the barracks to the fortress. - The ofifcer in charge stated
that the Czar had granted them a last
favor���the privilege of being shot instead of meeting death on the gallows. One of the men stammered a
word of thanks. His companions re-
| mained silent, and in another moment
the sentences had been carried out.
COBALT MINES ROBBED.
Two Englishmen Arrested With Sacks j
of  Rich Ors.
Cobalt,    March    10���On    Saturday
morning   a   robbery   of  two   hundred
pounds  of rich  silver ore  was made i
at the Kerr Lake Crown reserve mine.
This  morning about   2  o'clock   Chief
CaldbecK    and     Policeman   . McKay
searched the Ottawa restaurant  landing John  Harirs    and Steven   Balls,
botli   Englishmen,   together    with    a
sack of ore containing over a hundred
pounds of nuggets, which were identified by Superintendent  Bryce of the
Silver Queen.
Condensed
Advertisements
POSITION   AS   BOOKKEEPER   and
correspondent;  experienced.   Address Box "D," News office.
FOUND���ROWING BOAT. Owner
can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Apply "Boat," care of Daily
News.
FOREST, STRONGEST, BEST.
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TORONTO. ONT.
"CANT BE BEAT7
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Sausages,   Head Cheesej
Je.ned Veal.       eJ
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Central Meal Mark
Corner Eighth St. aud   Htth        '
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Propr,etorS
LOST���A   NEW  SHIRTWAIST  ON
Columbia street.   Please return
bo Mrs. H. Jones, Royal avenue.
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WANTED���A BLACKSMITH  FOR,
quarry    work.     Apply    Gilley \
Bros.' office, Front street.
T7INGLISH SETTER FOR SALE. W.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies in
itock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P.  O.  Box   1185
Bowling  Alley,  Pender  St..
VANCOUVER
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ol
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
I"*l.  113. office.  Eighth Str*
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   I   C.
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Baby Joined In.
Cobourg, March 10���At St. George's
church, Grafton, during a recent evening service, the congregation were
singing a hymn when the sound of a
baby crying was heard. Members of
he congregation found in the vestibule of the church a baby about three
weeks old well wrapped up.
Will  Become a  Roman Catholic.
London, March 10���The Chronicle
says tTiat on the occasion of the betrothal of the Count of Turin, a cousin
of King Victor Emanuel, and Princess
Patricia of Connaught a niece of King
Edvvard, the princess reluctantly decided to change her religion. Shr- will
begin shortly to prepare herself for
her reception into the Roman Ca'holic
church.
Rich Strike at Koyukuk.
Fairbanks, March 9.���As    high    as
; $750 to the pan has been taken out on
the rich ground struck last fall on the
Koyukuk.     This  report   was   brought
j down   from  that   region by  the  mall
| carrier between Fort Gibbon and Coll-
| foot, Buchanan says the ground is
very deep, bed-rock being struck at
140 feet.    What was  considered  bed-
1 rock heretofore seems to be nothing
more than a false covering of country
' rock. The gravel seems to be part of
an old channel. ,1. C. Cameron, collector of internal revenue, who went up
to that region recently on government  business, reports seeing a $310
' pan.
PaTch, Cit
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from   owners
only.'
Give
lowest
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Transfer Co
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PRINTING
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Wcbsdalc & Hardwic
Builders  and
Contractors...
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ANTED���PUPILS    (EVENINGS)
in    English subjects, classics,;
science, mathematics.   Box 4S7, city.
WANTED ��� ALL KINDS OF
furniture repairing. Pianos and
organs tuned ami polished. Humphreys, Carnarvon street, near City
Bakery.
WANTED���STORE    16    r.r    20x40
Good  location.   Apply    R.    A.
Daily News.
FOR SALE���BEST FIR CORD-
wood, $...00 a cord delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
ffice 'Phone 18f..       Bam  fnone 157
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to  &n:
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offleo���Tram  Depot
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-iet
On Sale at-
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at Gamon's Cigar Divan Repairs of all kinds given special j
_.���--.Advertise the town we live in ly j tention. Sewer connections made,
mailing Picture Post Cards to your  Moderate Charges. Phone A3
Meads. Front st> New Westminsli
All kinds of carpenters work, od
eral repairs and alterations. Es|
mates free for all kinds of fran
buildings. Shacks built on the shoij
est notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.     Office   St,  And.:'
Street, between 8th and 9th St.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, I
Good Buys on the New Car Lines
Suburban Homes
Two  and  a   half  acres in   orchard.
Convenient  Bve   room    house,    large
i
chicken house, runs, etc.    Situate on
the new car line inside city limits. An
ide;u location, overlooking the Fraser.
Sidewalks, city water, electric light,
vtc. Price $4500; one-third cash, balance three years.    (No. 116.)
Seven room cottage on two large
lots, all improved and fenced, Situate
convenient to car lines; electric light.
and all modern conveniences, Price
$2500;   easy terms.    (No.  117.)
A Cheap Buy; six room house, large
garden, L6 fruit trees all full bearing,
sialics, chicken house, etc. Only $2000;
.760 cash, calance monthly payments.
(No. 25.)    ���
Residential Sites With Beautiful River View
S100.00   CASH
OINI: HUNDRED DOLLARS CASH to-day will give you the pick of a
number of choice residential! lots, situate on 6th Avenue, midway between the Eburne and
Vancouver short line surveys. These lots command1, an unexcelled view of the scenic North
Arm of the Fraser River and are easily cleared. Fear a few days they can be secured at $250
and $300, but directly the B. C. E. Ry. grading gang reaches 16th Street the prices will be
advanced. Terms: $100 cash, balance in 6 and 12 months. This is a chance to make'50 or
100 per cent on your money in a few months.
MODERN  HOMES
Five Room Cottage, modern lm-
provunieuts; two full* size lots; all
kinds of fruit. Price $2500; on ea8j
terms.
Nine Room Modern House, in good
locality; all conveniences; grounds
* beautifully laid out; size 132x132;
near car. Price $4000; $500 cash, balance in one, two and three years. Tills
is a snap.   (No. 12.1.)
A new Eight Room House, with all
modern conveniences; in line loca"
tlon;' hall' bllock from car; lot 50x141;
lane in roar; 16 fruit trees; all kinds
small fruits. Price $23=0; on easy
terms.    (No. 107.)
A New Six Room Modern House, all
oon^en-iences; cement Rrandatlotf! flue
cellar; well finished and In th i '������' '
pari of thr- city. Price $3100; terms
easy,   (No. lir.)
Cheapest  Lots Offering To-day:
.Two lots, corner, only $80 each (ref. 572).      Two lots close to 12th street, only $200
Two lots, corner, 300 feet from new Vancouver car line, $250 each.     A fine, cleared
near Vancouver short line,
each',, and _}ose in. Four lots close
, full-sized! lot, only $450. Six Lots,
crsLy $650 for the four.
to new Vancouver car line, only $175 each.
grand location, price $2,100.     Four lots,
BURNABY ACREAGE
Three and a Halt Acres close to
Vancouver car line, and subdivided
into 14 large lota; vexeelletit po-dtion.
Price $1200; terms.    (No. 156.)
Five Lots (110x62 feel each), within two blocks of oar line. Price $675;
on easy terms.
Five Acres, with small house, 4-stalt
stable; one acre cleaned and -planted
in fruit. A payment of $500 cash and
balance ln six months will secure this
property.
Burnaby Lake; IS acres on the lake
front; southern slope; Ideal fruit
land .'ind residential sit-. $110 per
acre. 	
FIVE-ACRE   BLOCKS OF
FRUIT LAND
Why go seven and eight mite away
from town to buy fruit land when we
can sell you five acre blocks within
two miles of Westminster for .$550
per block on easy terms ? This land
has a fine slope, easily cleared, and
you have a fine riew of Westminster
city an.l surrounding vicinity.
INDUSTRIAL SITES
Al property-for Industrial purposes,
with deep water frontage, railway
trackage and ottier facilities, from
��5.00 to $10.00 per foot frontage.
Tnos. propositions are worth looking
Into,
NORTH ROAD
Trtn acres, partly slashed; f.icing, ��in
North road; only $120 per acre, on
eaqj terms.
.3 acres on North and Clark roads;
At land; faces on thre_ road's; only
$115 per acre.
Fifteen Acres on North road; fine
slope; half Slashed; only $123 per
acre; on easy terms.
Fifteen Acre* facing North road;
line slope; seven acres slashed, and
only $140 per acre.
We aiso have some fine small holdings on this road at reasonable prices.
All Hie uilove acreage in between one
��� and two miles frr��m end of tram line.
WHY PAY RENT?
NeW Five Room Cottage; one block
frort) cur line, with bath, closet, electric light, etc; lot cleared and fence*1'
$350 ca-n; balance in Bmall monthly
payments.    (Ref. No.  125.)
Small House, with full size lot, on
Agnes street (lane in r "''��� prl|C'
$1200; on��-half cash, balance mi ntlM'
(Ref.  12!).)
5 room cottage; close to b��fl�� '
Price $1050.    (Ref. 119.)
Four Room Cottage on Ninth stree ��
newly renovated,    Price $1200;   .������"
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cash; bn'ance monthly.    (BH ���      '
Five  Room Oottafle, one-half bio
from cur;  full size corner   lot;    "
location.   Price $2500;  .500 cash, l*'
anr�� $15.00 per month.   (Ref. ""^
WHITE,  SHILES   &   COMPANY
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
260 Columbia St., New Westminster, BX MARCH 11. 1907.
THE DAILY N EWS.
PAGE THREB
STATISTICS DISCLOSE    GREATER LONDON IS
NEW YORK EIRE TRAPS    SEEKING TO EXPAND
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure a:.d contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Engineer Declares It is Won- Parliament Becomes Jealous
der That City Has Not of Power of County Coun-
Been Razed to the Ground     cil Over Large Area.
ve Cents A Bar
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FR0NT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
===    The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invitr-> you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
,\'r. Vv'KSTMINSTER Bl-ANCH. f,    B.    LYLE,    Mgr.
0 ACRES.   Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.   Splendid
fruit land.   Adjoining land is held at
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY _
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
r/ws
;hoice beef
��h Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
ic Meat Market
IMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
VY. R. Gilley���TCI. 122.      Office    Tel.  Id. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.   231
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Washington,  March  10���In a  slate- '���
I men;  made public last night Richard
j L.  Humphrey, engineer ln  charge ot
j the structural   material     laboratories
oi   the   government,   discusses recent
fire   horrors  and   asserts    that    tire
traps as    ad or worse than thai which
cost the lives rrf so many school children   ai   Colllngwood,  Oho,   exist,   in
nearlj   evry village and town and in
many of thu cities.   He urges the pas.
. sage of laws to prohibit the occupa-
j tlon of  buildings,  except a structure
of the highest fire resisting type, es-
j pec:',ally when It is used as . schrrol,;
i
| theatre  or  other  structure in   whicli
p people assemble ln large numbers'.
The city of New York is fuTi of fire ,
traps and it is a miracle that a great
fire has not wljfed out the greater part:
i of the business district.
"It is a matter of record," he Kaid,
"borne  out    by   statistics,   that   this
country  spends    enormous   sums    of
money   in   providing equipments    foil.''ing fires, while foreign countries]
spend their money for structures that
i off r the  greatest  resistance  to  fire.
j The  per capita  loss  in this  country
j yearly exceeds $6 against   an annual
; loss   in   twenty-one    of  the   principal
I cit'e.  of Europe of 33 cents per oa>
i ita.   Estimating the population of the
country   at   80,000,000,  the  loss  from
; fires here is $740,000,000.    If we had
j the  same   conditions that   prevail   in
| European cities our loss would be but
$26, ,000 a year."
KILLED   BY   INDELIBLE   PENCIL.
l-ondon. March 10���"England will
Shortly be London and London England," said King James I. in alarm
300 years ago, aud he forbade anyone
to build on new foundations within
two miles of the city. Charing Cross,
Which is now the geographical centre
of London, was then a hamlet in the
fields.
Todaj the same situation' is being
repeater]. The nation is afraid of being overshadowed 'by the city which
Is claiming  its  rights to  expand.
One of the bills which will be introduced at the presenl session of
parliament wlll provide for the creation of greater London. It will be
backed by the great power and influence of the London county council
and will have as-its aim thr' placing
of thr. whole metropolis area, with its
population of more than 7,000.000 persons, under the control of one central
authority.
At present the county council governs the administrative county of
London witS. a population of about
4,500,000, and even now parliament is
Jealous of its power. The opjjosition
to the new bill will come from member., of parliament who believe with
King James T.
'lhe jurisdiction of the London
county council covers an area which
is roughly contained within a circle
having Charing Cross as its centre
and a radius of about five miles. The
metropolitan police area which it is
proposed to bring tinder its control
is contained in a 15-mile circle. It
comprise the whole of tlie counties of
London and Middlesex, and parts of
the counties of Surrey, Kent, Essex
and  Hertford.
When the county council was form-
el 20 years ago it was given jurisdiction over .all what was then fairly to
Phone 192
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* and Dealer* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,  Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000X0
RESFRVE       111,000,000.00
-ranches throughout Canada and Newfeundland, and   tn  London,  England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen
eral Banking Business Transacted,
.etters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all Darts of the
World,
savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of fl and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N'EW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
<J. D. BRYMNER, Manag-r
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
-         Telephone 12.                                   New Westminster
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FOR SALE.....
X        Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
f deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
�� Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Girl  in  Laundry Poisoned by Putting
Crayon   in   Her   Mouth.
I    N'ew  York,  March  10���The  Herald
has  received   the   following   dispatch
from Wilkesbarre,   Pa.: Poisoned   by
placing an ldelible pencil in her mouih  be called London. Since then however,
Miss Mary L. Shales, of Plains, near ('London   has   grown and  spread  with
: here, died today after three weeks of  amazing rapidity.    Where there were
I suffering.   She was a clerk in a laun-  green  fields and  county    villages  20
; dry in tliis city, and it was her oTuty j years ago there are today street after
! to mark articles ns they were receiv-  street of houses    ,and shops.    Open
| ed.    She  did  this  with an  indelible   fields whicli lay between London and
; pencil, which she moistened with her  the  small country  towns  have teen
; tongue hundreds of times a day. This  covered   with   a steady    overflow  of
: caused the poisoning three weeks ago! houses until what was once indepen-
and she gradually succumbed to it.    | dent boroughs have been absorbed in
~ ._ j tj_e ,,f_ ot London.    The borough of
East Ham alone has grown since the
census of 1901 by 44,000 iand that of
J Initial  Steps    Taken    and   Plenty  of. We9t  Ham  *>? 41>000'    Walthamstow
Financial Support in Sight. hils increased  by 31,000 and Totten-
j     Berlin.   M.areh   10���Meta     llling.   a  hara b? 37'000 in the 8ame t,me-
j prominent  German  actl-ess,   proposes     A total ot more tnan 650,000 people
I to establish an English theatre here.  have been added to the population of
j She has already taken the Initial steps  outer London  in  seven  years.
I and  is  receiving  plenty  of  financial '
I support.    So  many Germans  are  ac-
| quainter!   with  the  English   language	
| that it is believed the enterprise will   Qo|d and Si)ver Markg Act Cha     ���
; succeed commercially.    It is intended
ENGLISH THEATRE FOR BERLIN.
ENGLISH STANDARD ADOPTED.
to produce American as well as English plays with a view of familiarizing Germans with the contemporary
American drama.
COAL! COAL!
^ Canadian Bank of Commerce
luPCapital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
�� ,,, HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
I* WALKER, President. ALEX. LAIRD. General Manager.
at Request of Jewellers.
Ottawa, March 10���Mr. E. M. Trow-
ern, Toronto, Secretary of the Retail
Merchants' Association of Canada, is
in Ottawa  this week conferring with
" ��������� ; th��� Department of Justice relative to
Gotham's Death Rate Drops. ' the draft of the new gold and silver
New York, March 10���The death re- murks act, to replace the measure
cord of New York city for 1907, just', submitted last session, to which num-
issued hy the department of health j ei'��"s objections were taken by retail
shows a n.te lower than any ol (he anrl wholesale jewellers. A bill has
other greal cities of the world���18.48. been drafted which will meet all the-
Thi' mortuary statistics disclose that 'objections urged last year, nnd will!
the greatest  number of deaths occur-  shortly be Introduced in the House..
red   from     tuberculosis,   8,999,   while' ' jf
|heart disease was resi-onsihle for'the'
i death  of 7,3;,;   persons.
r""!'l Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and con-
ducted bj mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT.
"i'i upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and
Waits cf %\
artri _. upwards re
**����* quarterly.
thewithdrawal, p n,      u
'-wai i.i the who.
^ WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON. ManegW
wi, , ----,.   The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
''"l)'���'''-:| "f the whole or any portion of the deposit.
* Our...
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box 345 ,pnon��  1M-
OFFICE: FRORT ShtET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ��� - NEW BT-HB
IMMIGRANT ESCAPES BY
MEANS OF  WNIDOW.
In Memory of Great Tragedian.
Philadelphia, Pa,, March 9.���At the
Edwin Eorrest home for aged players,
founded by the great tragedian at
Holmesburg, the customary program
of exercises was curried out today In
observance of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Eorrest. Tlie great tragedian was iborn in this city March 9,
1800, and died bere December' 12,
IS 72.
��ure Spi
ALL.'KINDS
ball's Drug Store
*?yes Tested Free
"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
ailroad in  the  world that equal in
ruipmsnt that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
,wn and operate their own sleeping
md dining cars on alll their trains and
^ive their  patnvis an excellence of
ervicf not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
,. Third St.. cor AM-r Portland. Or.
XT       ADVERTISE    . �����
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferln
15���Sapperton
23���Queen'8 avenue and Sixth.
21��� - -.id avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����>ue and' Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wight-.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
3f>-~Columbia and McKensie.
36���C.P.R.  8tatl<m.
Will Oppose Oliver.
Edmonton,March 10���The Conservative party have decided lo oppose Hon.
Frank Oliver nt the coming Federal
elections and for that purpose n convent Ion has been called to select a
candidate on March 25. The delegates
will not be Instructed so it is lmjios-
slble to say who will be chosen until
the day of the convention.
I Winnipeg, March 10���.lames Gorst,
I an Englishman, who was handed over
' by the police to the immigration offl-
I cials to be deported escaped l.nst might
| through n window from the room in
! which he was confined. Ten days age
' Gorst. was arrested for vagrancy aaaW
i lt was decided that the best means of
dealing with .him was fo send him out.
'of the country. However, yesterday,
j nn hour before the easthound train on
I which he was to leave, pulled out of
i thr station, the prisoner decided that
' Canada wac good enough for him and
! so decamped. However, the police
; know him well and he is almost sure
' to be recaptured.
Publicity for Portage.
Portage la Prnlrle, March 10���The
Twenty Thousand club Is resuming
activity and will enter upon an aggressive publicity campaign a. soon
as the season opens. A plan of action
has been drawn up and the vigorous
policy outlined Is .xpected to be productive of better results.
Anti-Vivisection Bills.
Albany. X. Y��� March 10���A hearing
I took place today before the Judiciary
I coiiimiftees of the Assembly and Sen-
! ate today on the anti-vivisection bills
j pond ng in the local legislature. Ar-
' 7.l.apnts  ln support of the measure
were presented by many men nd wo-
; men Identified with humane work.
! representatives of the State Medical
Society    were    present    and    spoke
against any legislation for the restric-
; tlon or regulation of vivisection    i��,
any way.
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T.IE   DAILY   NEWS.
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EbNEBDAY, MARCH fl, J
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ft ir*
HMr' few
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Dress for
Success
Achievement and good clothes always go together. A man who dresses
poorly never receives the same con- j
sideration as the man who dresses,
carefully���critically.
See our spring woollens for sug-
gestlons. ',
ns
on Seventh street when Mr. LeBaron
recommended nothing less than 8-inch
mains'.' Is it a case of "lielioK a
greater th.an Le Baron is here?"
The deep grave-like silence with
j which the Conservative nominee's
I statements were received is an evil
| omen for that gentlemen's chances of
I election. His hearers krtew he did
| not statu one matt, r correctly and
I that he was missing a fine opportunity
1 to rattern h'mself after an able man
| whose personality had drawn an audi-
i ence as he always does and to whom
j political friend or foe is always glad
to   "stem
be persuader!   to  use
salt  on  the grounds of
Expose  the  Men.
To the Editor Daily .News:
Sir,���The moral reform report read
i at the council meting last n:&1it, and
printed  In  'lie "News" this morning,
Don't
imported
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
196 w
Morga
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
THE DAILY NEWS
i
Published by the Daily News Pub-1
tishing* Company, Limited, at their j
offices, corner of Sixth and Front:
streets, New Westminster,  B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
.-':':.'. .
Mr, J. A. Lee, who acted as curtain
raiser at St. George's hall on Monday
night, according to the Conservative i
organ made the important announce-
ment that "he felt confident that British Columbia would send seven mem-1
liers to Ottawa after the next election." We have had this representation in the present house and we expect, if the representation is not increased, to still "nave seven members
In the Dominion Parliament, and there
Is no shadow of doubt but that every
one of the seven will be supporters
of the  Liberal Government.
News" thi
seems to mo the most absurd nonsense I have ever heard. The city,
apparently, has not been able tu get
rid of some immoral women. Thev
have tried one plan, let me, through
your paper, suggest another. I
We  know these  women  would  not
"| stay here unless some encouragement
were   given  them-     ITie   battle    cry
has  been  "drive out the women."    I
say���"Expose the men!"
Alderman   Fader  proposes   the'em-
i would have all the necessary Information   about    the   chief    culprits���the
! men.   Publish a list of their names in
all  the   papers.    Interesting  reading!
i No sentiment has ever been displayed
| over the names of any female offend-
1 ers taken before the magistrate.    At
: one   time   unfortunate    women   were
branded   with   a   large  scarlet   letter.
Place  a  similar  decoration    on  the
male offenders, and I can safely predict that   in  a  very  short  time our
city will  be rid of more undesirable
citizens than a few Immoral women.
CITIZEN.
New Westminster, March 10, 1908.
The Standard of Perfecti
ion-
! ployment of 40 men at a cost of $3,750
! a month to clean out the city.
I
Given  ten  women, most    of whom
would willingly serve without compensation, vested with the same, privileges and authority of these special
policemen, in   less  than  10 days'we
WEDNESDAY, MARCH  11, 1907.
THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTION.'
Those who lake the view that the
recnt election contest in New Brunswick was personal rather than political in character will find confirmation
In the speech delivered by Mr. Hazen
after the result 'had been made known.
Among other things he said:
"In tliis fight I have had the support,
of a large number of Liberals at the
polls. I do not claim a victory for the
Conservative party but a triumphant
fight in the cause of honest citizenship. The result today is not a defeat for the Federal Government, but,
you will pardon me, I do regard it as
a great personal defeat for Hon- Wm.
Pugsley. In this city, where we are
both well known, Mr. Pugsley appealed to the Liberal vote because the
leader of the Opposition was a Conservative. Mr, Pugsley but a few
months ago was elected by the goodwill of the Conservative party in this
city, and in view of the kind and generous treatment he received on that
occasion he might h .vv refrained from
butting in and attempting to dictate
to the people of this Province how
they should vote." ���   ,
It is rumored already that Mr. Hazen will haVe at least one Liberal col-
league In his Cabinet. If he desires
precedents for such a choice he can
oasily find plenty of them in the political history of the Province. The important point in his remarks is his
avowal that tne result of the election
contest is "not a victory for the Con-
servative party."
Walla Walla Printers Walk Out.
Walla Walla, .March 10.���Tbe Walla
Walla Typographical Union ihis afternoon voted a strike in the office of
the Washington Printing & Book company, which prints the Morning Union
and Evening Statesman, owned by
United States Senator Ankeny, and
as a result, the plant is shut down.
The union claims the company has
violated the local and international
laws in several particulars, but the
principal cause is the action of the
management in putting the mechanical departments under one foreman.
The Union ami Statesman ostensibly
are owned by different parties, but
are printed in the one shop. About
fifteen  men are affected.
Union Labor for Nanaimo.
Nanaimo, March 10���The city council last, night passed a resolution to
the effect that after six months all
city printing shall be done in offices
employing union labcr.
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CHRISTY'S HATS
We are sole agents in this city for this
celebrated brand of goods.
The new spring shapes are here-hard or soft.
Prices: $2.50 and $3 the Hat
Ask for a "Feather Weight."
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE   CO'Y,    Ltd.
De Wet's Nephew Weds.
Winnipeg, .March 10���C. R. DeWet,
; a nephew of thr- premier of the Trans-
i vaal.was married yesterday ta the Im-
; perial hotel to Miss Maud Tasker. the
j bride coming all the way from Afr'ca.
; Mr. and Mr. DeWet left this morning
1 for their future home in Deloraine,
I where Mr. DeWet has large agricul-
I tural interests in  that  locality.
B26S
101
L26
110
toy
A171
B171
370
B406
A411
2S7
A405
B343
.1 24:;
284
399
348
402
316
102
B39i
407
169
408
A 211
"24:;
A243
;:4:t
A352
A 401.
SUPPLEMENTARY���MARCH.
-4iiam H. W Res Third Ave.
Barnet & McDonald  Mill  Lulu Island
Batt, R. H Butcher    Sapperton
Broad. F Res Fourth Ave
Chapman's Billiard Parlor Columbia  St.
Charleson,  A Rea    Third Ave.
Cotton. E Res First  St.
Central Meat Market   Fifth Ave.
Dawe, Mrs. E Res Cariboo St.
Davies, L. B ' Res Alice St,
Dunlop. W. E Res Princess St.
Empire Tailor Shop  Columbl i   St.
Feeney, M. E Res Seventh  St.
Kirk. Mrs. L Res Keary St.
Leaf, G Burnaby Grocer   Burnaby
Manchester. Dr Office Columbia.St.
McQuarrie, N. H Res  Albert Crescent
McDonald, H Res Colum".I.i St.
McGowan, M. Kes Colum' i.i  St.
Nazareth Seminary  _ Ssyenth   St.
Richmond, F. A Res '. Ninth St.
Hosplta.     Sapperton
 Res sixth St.
PHILLIP
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WARDROBE CLOTHIER
SELLING  AGENT FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Royal Columbian
Stewart, D	
Sato, C	
Schaake.   H	
Travel's. .1	
Travers, J	
Warwick.   W.   ...
Watson,  S	
Young G	
. Res. . ..
. Res. ...
,Res. ...
. Butcher
,Res. ...
.. .Eleventh St.
. .Queen's Ave.
 Keary  St.
 Sapperton
.. Queen's Ave.
St. George St.
.Sixth Ave.
A GOOD APPOINTMENT.
'The announcement of the appointment of Mr. R. L. Drury of Victoria
as a representative of Canada at Tokio will be received with general satisfaction throughout British Colum
Mr. Drury has been
province for
man y
bia. I
a resident of this '
years. He has always taken a keen interest in public
affairs, has abilities which have been
acknowledged by the citizens of Victoria in electing bim as their represent
tative for one term ,��� the provlncia
egslature, he has a particularly wide
knowledge oi thfe question at issue
between Japan and thi. province, and
we believe there will be but one opinion respecting his special fitness for
the post to which he has been assign- ill
ed by the Canadian government. Mr fesS
_Dvum". mivice, because 0f his familiarity with the subject of Japanese immigration and the sentiments of the
people of British Columbia thereupon,
ought to be of great assistance to the
British ambassador in the. effective
.working out in Japan of the Lem'eux
agreement. We congratulate Mr.
Drury upon the*important appointment
he has received. We believe he will
render Canada good service iand will
return from his diplomatic mission
with an enhanced reputation.
NEWEST
SHOES
On the Market!
THURSDAY, March 12
PRED RAYMOND'S
Special Company Presenting His Unprecedented  Dramatic  Comedy
Success
Old Arkansaw
A Production   Surrounded   by   Sumptuous and Elaborate Stage Settings Notable for
The Railroad Hold-Up 1
The Arkansas Mob Scene 1
The Jail-Breaking Scene 1
The Famous Conservatory Scene !
The  Electric Fountain !
Comedy I���Pathos !���Sensation I
Music I���Singing !���Dancing I
Great   Play !   A  Great   Company !
MESDAMES
Moore & Campbei
.. Announce Their ..
MILLINERY
Wednesday, Thursday!
and Friday,
March 11th. 12th. and 13th
"Latest styles anrl shapes
ion's centre."
fron
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store ;
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
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We have been busy all week unpacking New Shoes. Nearly
all aur Spring stock is in, and we are safe in saying we are
showing, by far, the greatest assortment of Men's and Women's Shoes that was ever placed before the public by any shoe
store in B. C.
All the New Styles Are Here
MEN'S PATENT OXFORDS, all new lasts, new heel designs,
etc., etc. MEN'S GUN METAL OXFORDS, in lace and button, made in the States by the Newark Shoe Co. Twenty-five
cases of Geo. A. Slater's goods opened out to-day; there are no
better goods than these manufactured anywhere.
Hundreds of Lines of Ladies' Spring Shoes
TANS, PATENTS, CANVAS, and everything that is up-to-date.
We would refer you to our windows for styles and prices.
EVERY SHOE PRICE IN PLAIN FIGURES.
facial, scalp, Of body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
N-w Wa-tmlnatitr.  m.C
Me and  Sir  Charles  at  Ottawa!-
vide J. D. Taylor in the Columbian.
Will some alderman please move
for a statement of the ccst of the reservoir .blunder on the Park Reserve,
and whether it will be included in the!
'Loan By-Law?
REMEMBER   THE
NONE BETTER THAN
PLACE
THE
J. D. Taylor is beginning to wh ne
that the Japanese Hindus and Chinese
are goiijg to be hauled to the polls to
defeat him. Thank goodness we don't
have the keeping of Taylor's conscience.
Will the City Council please explain
why a 4-inch main Is being put down
Johnst
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
New Westminster
WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
SIGN  OF THE BIG  ELECTRIC
%7/_����8
SE.
Bank
of   Commerce   Build_i
opposite the Post Office
RUBBER STAMI
Vancouver by r'xjeii
with latest machinerl
materials, at mo_er_lj
Made in
workmen,
and best
prices.
A. G. Bagley & So
410 Hastings Street. Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stami
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Electric Blue-Printing
Any Size
Maps, Charts and Draftii
The  Vancouver   Map and Blij
Print Company,
441 Seymour St., Vancouvj
WESTMINSTER OFFIGE:
H. Neville Smith, B. C. L. S.
Crescent bid
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH  PRICE
Paid on Delivery
.-AT���
Fraser River Tan*
New Westminster, B.C.
>**',<>*************
on's
COMPANY, limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
, STREET
Phone 101
HHWI .... M**"^ | DN��SDAY
MARCH 11. 1907.
THE    LXlhi    KJSWS.
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CITY NEWS
BANK  OF  VANCOUVER
PASSES   THIRD   READING.
EXAMINE  JAPANESE
COMING   TO   CANADA
"   "   ''   ''   "   '���   '��� ��� ������  ~.:���-..---..    .-..-..--..-..���..;.-..-'.. '���     ������
Eighteen acres racing Burnaby lake; ' Magistrate Williams, of ih.it city. An
$110 per acre, on terms. White, |3hll8_ j appeal will ))e carried to the higher
& Co. ** | courts  by the  Hindus' counsel F.  E.
Ross.
Three common drunks were aceom- ]
modated at the city lockup last niglitl     See the new ties in J. E. Brown's
and three nights boarders given shel-! window. **
ter. I
Mr. (ireig, who was recently operat-
Sold by the leading distributors, tho- el upon lor appendicitis at the Royal
"B. C." cigar. ** j Columbian hospital, was able to leave
rr . .    J that  institution   yesterday,
ten acre Iruit   ranch;    only    four.
miles from town, on good road.    Has'     A  meeting of the executive of the
bearing fruit trees, also small fruits;   local unions of Christian Endeavorers
house and   outbuildings.    For   quick  will be held tomorrow evening, when
Bale   | $1650.   Abbott. <_.- Hyde. ** jplans for the big rally to be held on
... . .    . ,   -v'areh   :;o  will be  perfected.
ren  prisoners  from  the  provincial
jaii were taken  lo Victoria yesterday!     See the new ties in .1. E.  Brown's.
morning on a special car in order to   window. **
make   room   for  new   comers.    They'
were in charge of Superintendent Hub-
sey, ni' Victoria.
Ottawa, March 10���Hon. \V. T.m-
pleman gives notice of moiion declaring ii expedient to bring in a bill pro-
vlding for the inspection and regulation rif the sale of proprietary and
patent medicines.
Since 1896, 620,000 acres of Indian
lands    have    been sold,  bringing In
?!   ^r...-,f.7.
The following bills have ibeen read
a third time by the commons:
Respecting the Edmonton-Yukon
and Pacific Railway Co. Mr. Turrif.
To incorporate Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Peace River and Dawson
Railway Co. Mr. Mclntyre (Strathcona.)
To incorporate t'he Bank of Vancouver.    R. G. Macpherson.
Ottawa, March 10.���At Saturday's
meeting of the council, R. L. Drury
jf Victoria, was appo:nted to proceed
tn .l.ipan as the representative of the
Canadian government to supervise the
agreement made by Hon. Rudf��"p%
Lemieux with the Japanese government regarding the emigration of Japanese to Canada.
Mr. Drury will be attached to the
British Embassy and will discharge
"his duties under Sir Claude MacDonald- Mr. Drury will sail by tho Empress next Monday.
Grand
Sprin
Openin
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Considerable interest is being takeu
I in  the  big Irish concert to be  given
I in Si. Patrick's hall under th. auspi-
For cut flowers,   .ouquets    or run-", ces   o!'   St.   Peter's   Roman    Catholic
eral  designs telephone  T.  Davies  &    hurch choir on Tuesday of next week,
Son, IJ. 208. ������'���j St.  Patrick's Day, when the hall  will
be decorated in green in honor of Ire-
Thlrteen acres facing nn N'orth and
Clarke roads;  only    $14'.��� r>.    on easy
tt nn. .    Whit.!-. Shiles  &  Co. **
patron  saintj
S A. Cawley, of Chilliwack. has Ibean
:'-.l by the ratepayers of that city
as its first mayor since incorporation,
:    having been elected by acclimation
.   Saturday,   when  nominations   for
school trustees, aldermen were made.
Those nominated for Aldermen were
W.  F.  Ferris,  C.  B. Bonycastle, Jas.
Dr. T. II. Levey,Dentist, has move,!  |Munro, D. B. Hall. J. H. Ashwell an.l
into the new Dominion Trust building,   Thomas Jackson:   for  trustees   R.  L.
The Asiatic Exclusion League will
hold its regular meeting for the election of officers and executive on Friday evening next  in the Eagles hall.
be
J | Matters  affecting the  league  wi
B  discussed,
Millions for Springers.
lyondon. March 10���A meeting of t'he
heirs of the Springer estate was held
here recently. About thirty attended,
including interested parties from Toronto, Hamilton, St. Thomas. Delaware and other parts. The estate is
supposed to be worth abotu $00,000,-
000, and comprises a great Heal of
real estate in New England besides
other property. A lease eiven for
ninety-nine years has expired, and tie
t'nited States government is attempting to find the heirs so that tlie property may be distributed properly.
There are seventy-five direct heirs, including several in Western Canada.
Asiatic
Exclusion League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A General Meeting
will be held
Friday Eve'g, March 13
at 8 o'clock,
��� IN ���
Eagle's Hall
Election of Officers and General
Discussion.
All interested are invited to atten4.
T. TURNBULL, President.
J. D. TAYLOR, Secretary.
opposite the post office.
Tiie  "Auto"  cigar
favorite smoke.
is  becoming   a
*���
Coote, .1. W. Galloway. H. H. Gervan.
Dr W. V. Davies and H. J. Barber.
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All  lovers  of the horse    will    find  <>
OF
THE SEASON'S
A congregational at home was held rauch of interest in the Maroh Wcst" I
yesterday in the school room at the ward Ho : which d'evo,es considerable!
Queens Avenue Methodist church and s;'ilce to Vanco"v,>I''s first horse show j
a  verv   pleasant  social evening    was wlth   m'any  ���-*��*��   P^res  of  the
Bpent. Refreshments were served dur. entries'   The three-color cover design;
Ing  the evening. :s l)at'ticu>arly pleasing and attractive.
The  literary  contents  sliow  that the j
A favorite of the e.ltr- smokers, the west has many clever writers and be-
LATEST
"Brilllante" cigar. **
All kinds of pot plant- and out
(lowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone 184. **
Preparations are being made for the
removal of the machinery from the
creamery in the market building into
new quarters The building is rapidl.
ne:iring completion, thr' carp.liters B- C. land surveyor, has opened an of
now putting in the windows and par-  A��� in the Gulchon blOP.k. Phone 338. ���
sides the regular departments for the,
home, Clive Phillipps-Wollejf's powerful serial "Shakmut" is paving the way
for larger things. The editor this
month has one of his characteristic
pen sketches, the subject being Hon.
W   S.  Fielding.
J. H. Brownlee. C. E��� Dominion and
Wilton, Axminster and Brussels Carpets
ever shipped Into B. C. has just been received by'
LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
.lust call and see the newest and most up-to-date patterns for this
season's go8ds, in all colors, shades, patterns and designs;, fancy
florals, fawns and beautiful Orientals, all of the highest English
grade. These carpets were bought before the raise in prices, and
are now being offered at 25 to 30 per cent less than elsewhere
DON'T buy odd remnants and old stock, because the.y LOOK
cheap, but call and see us before you decide on this spring's carrets.
��� We have NO OLD STOCK! TO DISPOSE OF.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   8TREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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FASHIONS
Today we welcome the arrival of hundreds of the very newest
sprin. jackets, and children's coats and reefers. Imported direct from
the makers in Berlin, Germany. Many exclusive models in the lot.
Visit this department at every opportunity; we will show you the hew
costumes. In no other store can you see so much variety and good
Style, Perfect satisfaction guaranteed, and no extra charge for special
fittings,
Finest Showing of New Spring
Maiinery THURSDAY
and following days
The longed for event is now a reality. The display of authentic
'pfing millinery style, beautiful New York creations, American patterns, worthily supported by hundreds ot originals and adaptations
f;��::: our own experienced milliners. The most expressive superla-
'���'���'' would fall to convey their beauty. Accept our cordial invitation.
'������"���i thr. millinery exposition Thursday.
DRESS GOODS TIME
ONCE MORE
rh-;' new suit must be chosen. The goods must be bought. Here
ril()nr' is occupation.for time and thought. You should come and see
our drep8 g-odg| th. __w jjjjjgyjajg the latest colorings, in no other
w-y c;.n you form a realiy jull idea of wnat ig new and nice Our
"'";' '"'I ���:���' is quite complete.
NEW BLACKS
French voiles in all weaves, French panamas in light and medium
*elEhts. Preach Amures, Imperials,     chevrons,    worsteds,    cheviots,
eWn stripes,,shadow checks, novelty  weaves, etc.,  blacks in every
! t, blacks for mourning and tor  every  purpose,    all    moderately
Priced
EXTRA SPECIAL!
Per
* tho-sand yards English white cottons clearing at 8c and  10c
yard.
Wo ba|es of large bed comforters, special sale at $1.85.
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ti tions.
Ladies' and gentlemen's suits cleaned, dyed and repaired. Royal City
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
Dr. Manchester has returned from
post-graduate studies in the east and
opened an office in the Dominion
Trust  block.    Telephone 399.
A new road around the big hill nn
the Port Moody road has been surveyed by the rdad superintendent of
the district, and work will be pushed
at once. The Port Moody road for the
past year has been sadly neglect d
and for some time the hill has been a
thorn in the sides of all who find
occasion to pass that way.
Twelve lots on Sixth avenue,, southerly slope, 100 .pet from new Vancouver tram and ','M feel from Eburne
tram line; $230 each; easy term*. Wi 1
sell separately. White. Shiles &
Co.
An illustrated lecture on "Life In
Ihr' Far North" will be delivered by
Rev. A. E. Hetherington, B.A., B.D.. in
Queen's avenue Methodist church nn
Tuesday evening. March 17. under th-1
auspices of the Women's Missiona.y
society. Admission 25c **
The first of a series of International
football games will be played on Saturday in Vancouver between th*' Iri. h
and Canadian teams of the league. The
other two teams are the English and
the Scotch. There will be no Westminster men in this game, owing to
the playoff between the Rovers and
the Thistles in the B. C. cup semifinals.
Ten acres facing on North road, one-
half slashed; only $120 an acre, W>
cash, balance easy terms. White,
Shiles & Co.
Fifteen Hindus were brought to the
provincial jail yesterday afternoon,
sentenced to serve twelve months
each for violations of the Natal act.
They were corralled by the provincial
government officials ln Vancouver recently, and yesterday *yv* sentenced
under the act to $500 fine or In default twelve months Imprisonment, by
This morning will see the launching of a new millinery establishment
in the city, when Mesdames Moore
and Campbell will throw wide open
the doors of their prettily arranged
parlors in the Bank of Commerce
block, and Invite the ladies of the city
to attend their two days' spring opening. Paris, New York and I_ondon
have contributed to the" invitingly arranged display of hats, and every
conceivable shape and shade, ln all
manners of trimmings can be found
there. The ladies nre artists in their
line and not only will they keep a
large stock of fashionable models on
hand, but they .are experts at producing new effects to suit the taste of
the purchaser.
Burnaby potatoes, just received a
shipment of fine potatoes at $1.40 per
sack. Routledge's grocery, Sixth
street and Fifth avenue. **
With tue f.rst of next month ther.
will come into existence a, new firm
in the city, Speck and Crande.1, wh..
will deal extensively in furniture iu
all 'lines, new and second hand good.-
of every description, und in addition
do all manner of furniture "repairing,
the business is at present owned by
Alex. Speck, but with the addition of
O. A. Crandell, who takes a half interest In the concern, it will be largely increased in its scope. The old
building facing on Front srteet is ba-
ing entirely remodelled, and when finished will be a neat three story fram a
block. The upper floor will be fitted
up as a paint shop with every appliance for repairing and polishing pianos and other furniture; a portion of
the flo^r, Is also reserved for upholstering. The second floor will be a
show room, in adltlon to the main
shop on the ground floor. An etevator
communicating with a passage to the
road will render easy the handling of
freight to the upper floors without In-
terference with the shop. Mr. Speck
in addition to this hasiness still retains flls iterest tn the firm of Rush-
ton ft Speck, on Columbia street, vendors of sporting goods, launches and
automobiles.
Public Supply Stores
Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone 92.
Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite is a boon not to be despised, but if your palate requires a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives is
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We have just received a large Importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to Introduce this brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
FROM 15c per bottle and upwards
according to size
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A DEAD HORSE
IS NO GOOD TO YOU, BUT I
WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR IT
IF YOU INSURE IT WITH ME.
I INSURE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUS$.
POLICIES   WRITTEN   IN   CANADIAN COMPANIES ONLY.
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WRITE OR CALL FOR RATES.
T. H. SMITH
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W. ClrFORD, ajp-.ician^Columbia,St
Cotton Manufacturers.
Boston, March 10���It was announc-:
ed here today that the principal cotton
manufacturers throughout New Bng-j
land have decided to curtail the nor-1
mal production 25 per cent, for three j
months. 1
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY. .apC���
load; $50 for the Smith road; $150
for the Sondell road; $150 for the
Johnston road'; $.100 for the Newton
road and $200 for the Scott road.
Ward   3.    Sinn  for  the   Borgstrom
road; $200 for the Johnston r a I; $2 10
tor the McBride  road;   $100  for the
Council met in the Town Hall, Sur-   x,.w!(in ,.���..,,_ .,��� n ,.,, d()])e .
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
d��H^a_^3M.1R1*��!__^
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Surrey Council  Notes.
work.
Ward  l.   $40 for Hi P. road bridge,
aorth  of  Vale road.
*Ward  5.    Coun.  Keei
ui have a  piece
Take notice tha; uiiplication haa
been made to register Henry t.
Thrift as the owner In fee simple, under a tax Bale deed from Surrey inuu -
cipality, to Henry T. Thrift bearing
date the llth day of September, A.D.
1903, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premise)
situate, lying and beiug in the dis- jj
trict of   New  Westminster,    in    the
of Stevees?onWrSd   PT,lnCe ��f BrltlSh   Co,linlbia-   mo"
easi of Blackfe Spit road slashed and ' farticular,-v  known iind Ascribed  as
lots 10  to  1-1 inclusive, block   1,   and
k>ts 7 to 12 and 17 to 20 inclusive,
block 2, subdivision of southwest
quarter of section 11, townsbiu 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
(late Of 'he first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall registorlB
Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof in' H
fee. And I hereby direct that publication for one month in a daily news-
ray Ci Dtre, March 7th, the Reave and
all members present. Minnies of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Communications were, received
an i dealt with as follows:
From Alex. Stewart, Ass't Chief Engineer of G.N.R. re boundary road
crossing, suggesting thai the matter
be taken up with Mr. A. C. Biddy, engineer in charge, and explain to him
fully what is wanted.   Received.
Prom A. X. Anderson, saying a road
allowance should lie provided for on
the line etween Sec. 3 and 4, Tp. 8.
Rec. Clerk instructed to write to the
railway company to leave a space of
IS fee( between the piles for a road
allowance.
Pfom Mrs. Dominy, requesting the
favor of sunniitting prices on printing.
Received
From A. E. While, Sec. saying the
... W. Board of Trade heartily endnrs-
ed the request of the council to the
government to have the road constructed around Brownsville bill and
would do .:ll they could to secuie its
construction,    Reeeived.
From John Oliver, M.P.P.. saying
that he had requested the government
to make provisions in the estimates
for repairs to Trunk roads. Ladner to.
Langley, the Vale road Xew Westminster to Aldergrove,  aid  In  repairing
the   Town   Line   road   between     Fort   WMer   b,.j(]���0 {m] ���,, m N_ R _o_.
Langley and the Yale road, construe-   wanl 5_ $150; T  R H,ghla-d> men as.
tlon of the new road from end ofthe   g,BtinK surveyor    wanl  .,_  $2n.   Ja1_n
X.  W,  bridge  as   per   survey  of  Mr.   Lewis, care John Brown.  $14;   Lon '
Hill, C.E., and  further .aid in repairs   Bros    repalrInK  nvke   McBrMo
to the Coast Meridaian. Clover Valley   ward 3  j2..- J   \  y\
and  Halls Prairie roads.    Received.    jw
From   Thos.   Atherton   and    James I _���   ���   K   and M  B   bri_Ke-ward .; ���e saia .ana so sold for taxes as
.',',' . '   "ivided by the "Land Registry Act.
hOOl   Account     a.      nf   .otim.t.
e'eured.
The following accounts wer passed
md cheques issued; The Colum.ian
Co. Ltd., adv., $3.30; Jackson & Morrison, printing, $77.95; W. N. Draper,
C.E., survey of roads, ward 3, $56.30;
H, Bose, expenses delegate to Nanaimo. $15; Wm. Both well, work Town
Line road ward 1. $10; Geo. Gordon.
work H. P. road ward 1. $3; .1. E.
Hine,  work  C.  V.  and    Town    Line
roads ward 1. $5; Henry Kells, cutting ua,je_ ,,ubiislled at .New Westminster
trees C. V. road ward 1, $2.50; John j wl��� be gO0(1 and sufficient service
Johnston, cutting trees Johnston road, | thereof and by mailing one copy to
ward 1, $2.50; Flumerfelt, Bros. lumber
for C. M. and Town Line roads Vard
1, $23.50; Wm. Roebuck, con. Roebuck
road ward 2, $75; Sam. Gray, work
Scott road ward 2, $1; J. R. Anderson,
corduroy for C. V, road ward 4, $12;
J. C. Cavers, ac. con. Milton road
west ward I, $59.30; Flumerfelt Bros,
plank for Yale road ward 4, $17; Geo.
Lawrence, lumber nnd repairs to Yale
road ward 4. $1 fi; John Keith, work
on MeLellan road ward 4, $S; J.
Drinkwater. ac. con. $6.30. work Yale
road   ward   4.   $1,   total  $7.30; W.   B.
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Quiney, Wash
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Catherine Geibricb, now Catherine
Kirby.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or unJer
them and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persona claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from ee;-
.,, ,        , ��� ...   ,-,_--���    ,    ting up any claim to or in respect* of
.ilson road ward 3, $30; T. W. Hardy'  . ,. ,     . ... ,     ,
_,   , '��� 1 the said land so sold for taxes as pro-
C.   COn     K      nn_     ..     T)     V,i.-.l~-. ���    "   1
sy
road
Ison ac. work on
ac. con. rv. nun in. 1
McCubbln, saying the water from ihe| $250;  School Account, ac. of estimate
Scott road   was   flooding    their  landj$500; E. M. Carncross, ac. sal. $63.50,
and   asking  the   council   to  give   thd postage $6.50, total $30;  Mclnnis, ac.
matter their  immediate attention, as ��� work Hardv brldge; wa_d g   $2B |
they wished .0 use the land.   Received)     -<..._..,   th_.   ad1o���rned     to   meet'    SEALED TENDERS    addressed  to
and referred to Coun. Sullivan. aga,n g_turday Apri] ^ _. . _,....,.   the undersigned,  and  endorsed  "Ten
From J. A. McCallum on behalf of	
C. E. McCallum saying that his land.
was being flooded by Scott road water TREED BY WOLVES.
as the road ditch was not capable of' 	
taking the water away, that he had   Two Trappers Obliged  to  Stay
spoken  to  different councilmen    but Tree All Night.
they seemed to pay no attention. Re-1
again Saturday April 4th, at 1 o'clock.
 I der for Examining Warehouse, Winnipeg, Man.," will be received at this
office until FRIDAY, .March 20, 1908,
inclusively, for the erection of an Examining Warehouse at Winnipeg,
^^^^^^^^^^      Manitoba.
March 10���Compelled'    Plana   and   specifications    can    be
in  a
,. . I seen and forms of tender obtained at
cling to  the    branches  of a  tree,  . .
^^^^^JPort  Arthur
ceived and referred to Coun. Sullivan.   	
From  Ernest  Hamel, re damage to' " "'       "^'thls   Department  and  on   application
his  land  by  reason of  water    feeing | Vhrmgb the whole of a wlnter's n"ght j to Joseph Greenfield, Esq., Supt. Pub.
turned on to the same from the ditch 1 Without food  or drink, one  with  his'uidgs.,  Winnipeg,  Man.
on the North  Bluff    road.    Received   clothes   partly    torn  from  his   back,!    Persons tendering are notified that
and referred to Coun. Keery. j with a pack of howling wolves prow-, tenders will not be considered unless
From Corbould & Grant, re Joseph j ,Jng aroun(t them wa_ the fate tnat made on the printed form supplied.
Shannon's drainage.    Received, clerk _        ,   ., and   signed  with  their  actual   signa-
, 1 overcame   two   Prut   Arthur  trappers   .
to reply. ! tures.
From F. .1. H.ardwlcke, requesting! while on the trlP to tQeir caml> ,n the, Each tender must be accompanied
to have steps taken to secure the ad- neighbourhood of Silver Mountain ,a by an accepted cheque on a charter-
mission of D-. J. W. Brighton to the' few days ago. The men were Patrick ed bank, made payable to the order
Provincial Home. Received, clerk to Murphy, I rapper, who had been oper- of tne Honorable the Minister of Pub-
write to the Provincial Secretary.      , " "    ��-��---���*
From J, Drinkwater, re bad condition of Yale road at the foot of the hill. .     _,_,_. , .   -.,     _    ....
.._���,,        .    ���     ,    ,         'he had  hired  to go with  him  to his
east of the C. M. road.   Received and                      ���.,
_,<. ���    ..       , camp near Silver Mountain as uss.st-
referred   to   Coun- Boothrovd. 1
1 ant*
From J. Johnston, Chas. M. Halgler!
at al, urging the necessity of opening I    Thev were treetl   bv the    wo,vps
I ating in this distrlcl for several years
and Wm.  Murphy, no relative,  whom
to
their  trails  in  the
were about 20 in
morning
MINE  OWNERS FAVORED
IN A SWEEPING DECISION
a road to afford access to the lands j w���ch   ('ilme  onto
lying   south   of  the   new    railway   at  ear,y du8k'     They
South   Westminster,   particularly   the jthe l,ack-    Ertrlv  tne  w;xt
south half of lots 10,  11, 12 and  13.  Patrick Murphy shot four of the ani-
Oronp  2.    Received   and   referred  to|mals before they lefl  in the daylight
Coun. Buck. I and will collect the bounty of $15 each
The  contract   of  ditching  on   Yale,1'01'  ,h~1,  bfea-S.    The  two   Murphy's
road,   ward   2,   was   awarded   to   Oen, ! returned to the city today.
Troughton, Vat 75 cents per rod. 	
On motion the contract cf Wm. McBride on iho .McBride road was cancelled.
Coun. Sullivan gave notice that he
would introduce a revenue by-law at
next meeting.
Mr. S. F. White was appointed a
police constable for Surrey Municipality.
Appropriations were made as follows:
Ward  1.    $200 for Town Line road'
for  repairing    bad   places;   $100  for1
west end of Hjorth road, to be done
ly days  work;   $50  for  Gordon  roatl
below  Mr. Trigg's  house,   tenders to
be in a* next meeting.
AVard  2.    $50 for the    Town  Line
TIME TO REGISTER.
Only four weeks now remain
for those who are not already
on the voters' list to have their
names registered. Those who
have come to reside in the city
uuring the past year, and young
men who have attained the age
Of 21 should see that they are
not deprived of their right to
have a voice In the coming
Dominion election by failure on
thrir part to register In time,
as the list compiled at the coming court of revision will most
likely be the one used at the
next election. The time to
register is RIGHT NOW.
Reno, Nov., March 10.���Judge l''ar-
riiiKton, of the United States district
court, lias handed down his decision in
the. suit brought by the owners of the
merger mines of Goldfield agains^ the
miners' union, granting B blanket injunction against the miners. This is
an unqualified victory for thr' mine
i owners.
The Injunction covers practically all
; the grounds of relief asked for by the
1 Consolidated ""Mines Company, and enjoins the miners from every aci which
; by any stretch of construction might
i be construed as inimical to the Inter-
1 ests of the mine owners.
lie Works, equal to ten per cent (10
p. c.) of the amount of the tender,
which will be 'forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a contract when called upon to do so, or if
he fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted, the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. By order,
FRED.   GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, February 21, 1908.
Newspapers will not he paid for
this advertisement if they Insert it
without authority from the Department.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tomorrow's Attraction.
one of the most pretentious attractions which will be seen at thr' Opera
House this season is Ferd. Raymond's
famous comedy drama. Old Arkansaw,
which will be presented on Thursday
March 12. This is one of the most
unique plays ever broughl to our
City, tl fairly bubbles over with in.
Lerest from beginning to end and affords an evening of rare amusement.
Old Arkansaw presents some singe
characters which are entirely differ.
run from those seen in other dramatic
or comedy productions. There is notb-
Ing low, vulgar or questionable. iHu
everj line and sltuatlou Is as clean
pure and wholesome ns a spring of
running water from the bosom of the
mountain.
Re James Taylor, Deceased.
NOTICE  is  hereby given   that   all
creditors  and  other persons    having
any claims or demands   against    the
estate of James Taylor, late of Fort!
Langley,   in   the   province  of  British
Columbia, deceased, who died on the
30th day of November, 1907, and whose
will was proved in the supreme court
of British Columbia on the 25th day
of January,  1908,   by Joseph  .Mayers
and John Taylor, the executors therein I
named, are hereby required   to senc j
particulars in writing of their claim,
or demands to  me the    undersigned
the solicitor for the said executors on
or before the 20th day of March, 1908,
bt the undermentioned address, afte-
which date the said executors    will j
proceed to distribute the assets of th. I
said James Taylor, deceased, amongst
the parties entitled thereto, having re-
gard only to the claims and demands!
of which  they shall  then have    hadj
notice and the said executors will not1
be liable for the assets of   the said '
James Taylor deceased    or any parti
thereof so distributed t.o any  person
or persons of whose claims and demands they shall  not then have had
noticie.
Dated this 20th day of February, A.
D., 1908.
A. WHEALLER,
Solicitor for the said Joseph Mayers
and John Taylor, Executors. '
Hygienic Dairy,
Incorporated Under the Companies Act  (B.C.)   1897 and An,ending  Acts.
Capital $250,000, in 25,000 Shares of $10.00 Each
Ten thousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 n.r .K
1  j- 1 "      u~r snare, m*
eluding a premium of fifty cents per share, the whole payable _s f0H
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per sh
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application **"
The li'ilaube, $S0.00, being payable in eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
1 PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.        ,
I he following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and others   h
act as Provisional Directors:     ������. ' ���. nave consented
,,_..-;���<*��'�����.'...-..���        s>' ;'."' .,���;: ;.���,-/,
A. i.. KJ3NDALL, Esq. m d
W. S. Holland. Esq., (.insurance Ag
(Hardware Merchant).
to
M.
s.
. ..���j-'-'-V. v..,-.-      >��?_-.__ _-: .���������;
P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.).
I. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. ^^^^^^^^^_
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). J. A. FLETT, Esq
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq. Xew Westminster. ^^^^^
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the exercise of th
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers, Auditors, Solicitors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell, Messrs.   Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants, Vancouver,   B.C.
Vancouver,   B.C.
Secretary, A.  Farmer,  Esq. Temporary  Offices,   322   Cambie   St.,  Vancouver. B. c.
PROSPECTUS.
This company is formed for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with absolute! cl nd
pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs. The need of such a mil. . : ,.
so well known that there is no need to dilate on this question, the plans of the Company having the
earnest support of the Medical Society, the Provincial and City Health Officers, and ever,, doctoi the
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the well known Cruickshank Farm al Mai qui
r lose to the C. P. R., and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line. This property comprises 640 . 0f
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture, it is proposed I 1 erect
thoroughly modern barns with cement, floors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a modern ici tnd
bottling plant, shipping by special refrigerator car to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $75,000, or about $117 per acre,  a  very  low  figure com     1 :..���
ihe quality of the land, the improvements and the situation.    It  would be hard  to find    a  farm    better
adapted for the   purpose of a largo modern dairy.   The terms of purchase are $25,000 cash, and thi
ance in fully-paid shares of the Company,
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized from the sale of 10,000 shares now offerer!, then- wlll ren  In
$75,0U0 after  paying the cash  portion of the price of the farm  property.   It is believed that thla an.' int
will  be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings and equipment and the purchase of abc
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
THE NEED OF A PURE MILK SUPPLY.
The City has no authority at the present time to inspect any dairies outside the City. The Con ; j
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own .tarns and premises are concerned, and will ..���: m
such inspection at all times. It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to appoint a oommittei 1 _
spection.
The City records of 1907 show 14S deaths of babies under twelve months' old, and medical men have
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent., or say 133, of these deaths are directly traceable to milk,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption. It is needless to say that 148 does not by an;.
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as it is the number of those under twelve months of
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected in Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion Government authorities, only two samples reach 3% per cent., which is the average Canadian percentage 0!
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as either watered or skimmed, and were below
3 per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE  PRESENT  DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor is perhaps unaware of the need of the most scrupulous cleanliness
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection cf
cement floored barns, properly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling machinery, and the employment of men technically trained in what is now recognized as a business requiring
scientific care and management.
Without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during thc
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid of
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. This drug prevents milk turning sour, even if exposed
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE   HYGIENIC  MILK  COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to Quality and purity. Jt does nol
proi>ose to pasteurize milk, which at test is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk is not pure milk; it is only impure milk which
has been renovated, and the Impurities to a greater or less extent removed.
The very fact that milk needs pasteurizing is in itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company never
intends having milk on any of its premises in need of renovation, as it will keep only healthy cows, which
will be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
���and will be kept in that condition untij delivered to the consumer.      ���
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to a temperature of 3S degrees, pui In '��� -!
ed bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the same tempera
ture; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the pre;.aga
tion of injurious bacteria in the milk, to which is attributable the enormous infantile mortality m tbe
City and district.
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well known dairy expert as general manager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has made n
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of cattle.
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing out
the well known fact that all the dairy farmers In the district have been for many years doing very wed indeed, and the milk distributors have been doing even belter, one firm being credited with making a P���'1'
of $100 per day all last summer.
It is well known that in no part of Canada can cow feed be produced cheaper than in Ilie lx>wor
Fraser Valley, and us similar companies in the United States, which sell their milk at lower prices tb.10
are current here, pay good dividends, there is no reason why this Company should not do the same, as
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices in handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., should offset
the higher wages of this Coast. *
' IMPORTANT  NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but It will be obviously impossible to get this number in a yea1*,
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tne hot weather begins, it Is doubtful 11
more than 100 cows can ibe obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings com'pleted. In selliM
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and it is
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation
as there wil] be probably many people of small means in urgent need of this milk, the shares have
put at a price, and on terms, within the reach of all.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified their intention of becoming shareholders
1.XT     I      air,.,���*.	
noi
and
been
SIMON .1. TtlNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
F. M. LOGAN.
F. R. GLOVER.
A. L. KENDALL, M. D.
B. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victoria
CHAS. M.  MACDONALD.
J.   W.   BLAlto. "V, S.
A. P. PROCTER, M'. D.
W.  E.  BURNS.   ^^^^^^
W. NICOL.
L.  D.  TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A, ROBERTSON.
W. H. GUNN.
J. W. DeB. FERRIS.
VF. CARTER-COTTON.
A.  C. WELLS, Chilliwack.
H.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H. G. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.S.
D.  R.  KERR, Victoria.
L. T. DUPONT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
.1.  .1. LOGAN.
ri. S. ROLSTON.
RICHARD S. FORD.
D. THOS.  TEES.
"VV. S. HOLLAND.
.1. J. JONES, Westminster.
H. L. EDMONDS, Westmi^1"'
A.  FLETT.
'P. ROWE.
M. P, THOMSOaN.
1-1. A. EASTMAN, Westminster.
Prospectuses and  forms for application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY A CO., Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia- or-
ft A. EASTMAN, New Westminster | MES^AY
.ARCH 11, 1097.
THE DAILY N
pau__ s_tt_:n
NOTICE
lie
TE.VDER-   addressed
ed, marked on the
8   ir-rii.'.!. marked on the    cn-
��Tender for Construction," will
five, at the ��flice of the ����m-
parties whose tender are rejr cted wil
be returned within ten days after the1
signing of the contract.
Attention i. called to the following
clauses In the form of contract;
"All mechanics, laborers, or other
persons who perform Labor for the pur-
Uli poses of the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, shall be paid
such wages as art. generally accej ted
as current for competent workmen in
j mission^
il way.   at
of
r vj,.   Transcontinental
the district in which the work is be-
twelve! lng ')erfornie<l. und if there is no cur-
Ottawa,    unti
,, Tuesday, the 10th day jre"1 ral�� in s,lc�� d-trict, then a fair
'*���>   K;       for the work required \ aJd �����*M* "~: and. in the event
09   [ruction, in accordance! 0f a d s��ute ***** as to what, is the
""��� miles and snec.fica-! CUFrent 0r a fair and reasonable rate.
the plans, profl      ad    peofl*a , ,. .^ ._ .^^.
f the Ci man, .one      of the fc,1-, ...^ ^ ^
|ng section   ���: the  I lanscontnien-      ���__.._
I of March,
for
Ul Railway, viz :
j.  District A.-From a point de-
Lted on the  plans  of   the   Com-)
Eloners, about the 58th mile west
iMoucton, to the crossing of the In-1
JLonial railway at or about mile!
' '   a distance of about .19.7 miles.   |
regulations now In force, or which
may at any time hereafter be in
force rlnring the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, made under the authority of the Department of
Labor, anrl which are, or shall be, applicable to such works." (The schedule
Banking For Business Men
r'-.   thods of banking are the  kind   men of  business  prefer���
conslderatr . just, prompt and accurate, You are cordially invited to
investigate our means  and methods.
Special consideration given savings depositors.
THE NORTHERN BANK
Capital Paid Up, $1,240,000.
Rest  and   Undivided   Profits, $132,000.
..-.   .   f
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B.C.
PKIIFtSSOR KflliH SOON
will visit this country
DAWSON PIONEER
SOON COMING SOUTH
World Renowned Discoverer of Tuberculosis   Bacillus   to   Spend   Six
Months in America.
west or Moncl
I at or about '���'��� ���
Iptance of about
District 'A'���From   a   point de
Isfgnatrd mi '.lir- plans of the Commis-,
im,,.s. . ear the Tobique river
��� to a point shown on the    said  plans
lio. :'������ miles west of the Town of
Grand Falls, In the Province of New
jLni,   . tance of about 31.5
iles.
(li p.. . cl 'B' -From a point do-
on thr' plans of the Commis-
Una
been the Provinces of Quebec and
Se��' Brunswick, westerly a distance
of about 52.4 miles.
(jl District TV���From  a  point debated on the plans of the Commis-.
ilon.rs, about eight miles west of the I
BUM River  crossing,  in the   Prov-j
lice of Ontario, westerly for  a  dis-
Unce of :; out   100  miles.
i.i District 'E'���From a point de-;
hated on the plans of the Commls ;
pen, about 19% miles west of the
using of Mud River, near Lake
bigon in the Province of Ontar'o
Iter.;, for a distance of .about 75
Idles.
feans, profiles and specifications
Ij seen in the office of the Chief
hgiaeer of the Commissioners at Ot-
Era; also in the offices of the Dis-
"Irtct Engiuci cone fned, viz; Guy
[Dunn, St John, X. Ik; A. E. Don-
it'.. Quebec, P. Q.; John Aybn, Act-
kjt District Engineer, North Bay,
Out.; and T. S. Armstrong, Nepigon.
Out.
Pen : ��� tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made in duplicate, and on the print-
��* forms  supplied   by   the   Commls
lioners.
4 Beparate tender must be suhmit-
W for each section.
Tenderers shall not be in any way
entitled to rely upon the classification,
any other information given by
��>' person cm behalf of the Commis- i
toners; and before submitting any
tader, bidder., should make a careful
lamination of the pli^ns, profiles,
drawings and specifications, an'd read
'fc* forms to be executed, and fully
inform themselves as to the quantity
*H quality of materials, and Charter of workmanship required; and
,re understood to accept and agree
,0 ��e bound by, the terms and con-
fcns In the form of contract, speci-
tations, etc.. annexed to the form of
tender.
^h ten,I.,-    must   be   RiKne(i   anfl '
P* by all the parties to the tender'
���Jwitnessod, and be accompanied bvj
,!ar " ted cheque   on   a   chartered
"ftf'h" Dominion of Canada, pay-
J�� to the order of the Co
�� lh" Transcontinental Railway,
'' '  1, District'A
shade of Worsted, also the Grey
and brown? They are all nev. and
,,, District 'A'���From a point de-]of minimum wages determined upon
imated on the plans of the Com-' by said Department will form part of
nflssloners, at or about the crossing   the contract.)
[the Intercolonial railway by the "The contractor shall in conncct'oi
|LContinenta] railway at mile 07:7; with the whole of the said work, as
on to the Tobique river,   far as  practicable, use only material,
165.7 less one mile,   machinery, plant, supplies and roilingI correct jn every particular
67 miles. < stock  manufactured   or  produced    in
Canada, provided the same can be ob-       Your inspection invited.
tained  as cheaply, and upon as good , 	
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard  to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fir? regulations adopted by the Commission, rs, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the different provinces wherein the work Is j ~~
being performed.
in, at or near tlie boundary lino j     The ri?ht * re8e���d to ri^ect any .      ^
or ail tenders. .
By order.
P. E. RYAN.
Secretary.
The Commissioners -of the
Transcontinental  Railway.
Ottawa. 1st February, 1908.
Have YOU Seen Thel()|L MONOPOLY FOR
BABY ELEPHANT       GERMANY IS CONSIDERED
Ministers  Are  Puzzled   to   Know   How
to Avod Trade of Country Going
to   Standard   Oil.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
Columbia  St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
NOTICE
a
Berlin, March 10���The question of
Government petroleum monopoly is
still under consideration by the Imperial Ministry of Finance, '.mi the
commission which his Veen investigating the matter has not yet decided
to recommend it-
Tire difficulty is how to get along
without the Standard Oi! Company.
It' the  State monopoly is to  be  any-
Ni'W York, March B.���America is
soon to receive a notable visitor in
the person of Professor Robert Koch,
the world-renowned discoverer of the
bacillus of tuberculosis. Professor
Koc.i will arrive here withiiPlvvo or
three weeks ami according to his plans
he will remain on this side of the
water for six months and possibly-
longer, during which time he will
travel extensively in the United States
and Canada. While here he will also
confer with Andrew Carnegie, who recently donated $tuu,O00 toward a fund
that will lie. used by Professor Koch
in bis experiments to find a cure for
the "sleeping sickness" in Africa, that
curious and frightfully fatal affection
which Koch went to Africa tn study.*
Profesor Koch is consider. _ the
world's leading authority on the treatment and cure of the bubonic plague
and similar diseases. For more than
forty years, ever since he gained his
degree of M. D., rhe celebrated C!er-
mi n    physician   has   ;i.een   studying
A Well Known Sourdough
Plans Pleasure Trip After
Years of Arduous Toil.
Dawson. March -10���Joe Levy, one
of the oldest pioneers of Dawson, will
leave on the next stage for Victoria,
wher he is an extensive property holder, lie plans to get back to Dawson
In April.
This is Joe's first trip outside of
the Yukon since he came here in the
frenzied days of '97. He made the
trip Northward on the first voyage of
the Ill-fated Islander to Skagway, and
mushed ever the Whit" pass trail
close after Joe Boyle and Frank Sla.
vin. and thus was among the first to
come over tho route.
Joe's Journey was made In company
with several who harl banded together,
and bought their outfits and agreed
to travel intotne entrenched land together. In the party \v;is Johnny
Zaccarelll, then bul 18 years old, and.
noted on tne trail as thr' youngest
man on the pike.    ���Johnny and .loo
Re
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without authority from the Ciommlsslonera
PENITENTIARY
SUPPLIES.
site for wharf ani   boom on  tn
Fraser river, near .New Westmin
ster, B. C.
NOTICE is htreuy given that tn
undersigned, H. G. Barnet and Hugh
McDonald, Loth of the city -of New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, mill owners, having ap
; Ue 1 to his excellency tlie governor
- -a  ral i.i council, for the approval o
a certain site for the construction ot tkm of fresh tax pr��P��-als
a certain wharf and boom, situate on lme'
the south side of Lulu island, on the
shore of the Fraser river, have deposited with the honorable the minister of public works at Ottawa, plans
of said wharf ind boom, which they
propose to construct on land covered
v.'ith water, lying south of lot 757, in
thing more than a selling agent for
thr' Standard Oil Company arrangements must be the. most economical
possible for a continuous supply of
American petroleum for mixing with
the European product. No conclusion,
however, need be reached before next
autumn, as Secretary Chancellor Von
Buelow and Secretary of the Treasury
Sydow have, postponed the iqtroduc.
until that
made a great traveling team. Joe
germs, and about 1880 ba succeeded in w&_ cook on the Islander on the trip
identifying the germ of cattle dis- ,,,, the Coast and Johnny was dish-
eases and of consumption. His re- washer. When they hit the trail they
markable discoveries led to his being retained their respective ranks obtain-
pl iced at the head of the German ed on the Islander. It was the story
cholera commission, wtfth visited of the man of weight and the shadow-
Egypt and India, and while nn this |__e youngster. Joe hit the town of
investigation he discovered the coma Skagwiay weighing 2.0 pounds and
bacillus of cholera, receiving a re- landed In Dawson that fall worked
wan! of 100,000 marks from th. gov- _0wn to 170. Johnny grew in stature
ernment.    Further researches in bac-  and muscular development every day.
teriology established his reputation as
the leader in this branch of medicine,
and led to his appointment as professor of hygiene at the university of
Berlin. Professor Koch is not yet 65
years of age, but his discoveries have
been such as to have secured him
recognition as one of the greatest
benefactors of humanity.
ZANGWILL TO RESCUE!
Chines  Student   Leads   Mc(_ill.
Montreal, March 10���At the McGilll
law   examinations   held   recently  the |
results so far show that Quete Hing,
a  native of China,  stands first  In  a ,
large  class.    He came  to   McGil!    n
lor
SEALED TENDERS addressed "Inspectors of Penitentiaries, Ottawa,
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,"
will Le received until Monday, 16th
March, Inclusive, from parties desirous oi contracting for supplies, for the
aiscal year 1908-1909, for the following
institutions, namely:
Kingston Penitentiary.
St. Vincent de Paul  penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British Columbia Pen.tentlary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton,
Alta.
Separate tendei. will be received
for each of the following clauses o-t
supplies:
group I, in the district of New West- t),e fall of 1906 and js taking a doubl ���
minster and province aforesaid, to<J c_u-se in law and economics. He
gether with a description of the pro* ranked high last, year in both these
posed site thereof described by metes departments, and took the prize in
and bounds; and have also deposited a Romaa law.
duplicate of each in the office of tlie j  	
registrar of deeds for the said district
of'N'ew Westminster, In which di-tri t
said work ls proposed to be construct-,
ed; in accordance with the require-,
ments of section 7 of the "Navigaiiie
Waters' Protection Act," Chap. 11")
R. S. Can. 1906.
Dated at New Westminster, B. C.
the odth day of January, 1908.
H.  G.  BARNET,
HUGH     MCDONALD.
Goal.
Coal  OU.
Cordwood.
Drugs.
5. Dry Goods.
6. Forage.
.. Fresh  Fish.
S. Fresh Meat.
immlssionera
as
M"iell   \'n.
Anv
'A'.
'A'.
B'.
'D'.
*E\
$ 7,r.,0',0
. 100,000
. 75,1)00
100,000
. 150 000
.   100,000
9. Groceries.
10. Hardware.
11. Leather.
12. Milk.     ���
13. Oils and Paints
14. Pork and Bacon
15. Sole Leather.
16. Tinware.
Details of information as to form of
contract, together with forms of tender, will be furnished o.i application
to  the Wardens.
All supplies are BUbJect to the approval ��.f the Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
QEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries
Department of Justice,
Ottawa, February  14
1908,
rson whose tender is accept-
0(1 toall W|thin
|.tance
tiOtllll ;, I
ten daya after the ac-
''" ��� of  furnish  such    addi-
<jjlr9dabPproved security as may be re-
' ' '' 'innilssioner
��.ira  --.--,1*; sign the
fceoS,     '     oa����".    ^d    other
*8_,  Commissioners;  and, in any
ol th.   r"r;Si" "r falh,re on tne l'avt
to
Party whose
REMOVAL
NOTICE
tract
ami
c��ni|,iot,,
and
*lth   the
tender Is accepted
execute    the con-
Mid comm's.tloners,
the   additional   ap-
rwithin     ten   days
to furnish
t�� security
th,sa| '"   acceptano8 of the tender,
to Com*!. ,     shiU1 w forfeited to
'.es t mi88l��ners as liquidated dnm.
*�� ��ontI.?     T*t���*1 ��r fa,1,,rfi mA
*......_ C_ rlghta at'T��red by the ac-
' ,?f ">e  tender  sha���
Westminster Iren Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REIO,
Telephone 53.
New Westminster. P- '>��� Box 474
���O   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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Designs
Copyrights Ac.
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Sen���tn*, Oldest aperirr for .erarwe wwnM.
Patents Uken throuirh Munn * Co. receive
���p. rial not ir*, without ch.rue, lu the
Scientific Mttim.
A handsomely Ulu-tratwl weekly. Lamest ctt-
Siluiinn -if any ifltonttOo Journal. .Termsr tot
Can _rtr.. ..1.75 a year, puntaffe prepaid. Bold b��
all uewsrhraWTS. .,        ���     ,
MUKN & Co.8��,8^a*fclir Nnvv York
Branch Offlce, 83. Y SU Waihtogfan, D. C.
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you ?
No wonder after the hard winter.
Few can stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then.
Ruberoid is an elastic roofing and
wili stand ell kinds oi weather-
heat, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and _r��-rs>
sistjng.
Will not melt, creek or rot.
Most easily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
samples and prices.
Up was jobbed spveral times on the
trail, but his trading instinct kept
him even with the world and he landed in Dawson right side up. All that
any member of the party ..ad on
reaching her was an outfit of grub
for t'he winter. Since then nearly
every member has done well. Joe
now has extensive business interests
in Dawson and thirteen houses _n
Victoria, and Johnny is the head of
a Dawson mercantile house .and a
family of four, to say nothing of having once '.keen burned out in business
and of having run for alderman four
years ago.
Others in, the party wi'ti Joe and
Johnny on the trail wsr Harry Hamburger, now a Fairbanks merchant;
Em:l Marmen, now a watchmaker on
Dominion and Joe Silver.
Traveling alongside the party at
the time .were Capt. Donald B. Olson,
now of Seattle; Charley Bush, engineer iat the Dawson fire hall; William
Randall, former Dawson blacksmith;
Mr. Benson; Brown, the shoe dealer,
and others. .
Declares  There   are     15,000     Women
Without   Representation.
London, March 10���Israel Zangwill,
apropos of the second reading of the
woman's suffrage bill in the Houae of
Commons and  the  outcry    provoked
thereby in certain quarters, makes a
slasbinff attack   today on  thp  opponents of the votes for women.    "One
of these."  said   thre  novelist, "makes
the point that this suffrage would result  in  the domination    by    woman,
since there are a million and a half
more women than men in this country, but it does not occur to him that
this vast mass of women is without a
single  representative of their sex in1
the House of Commons and are without a  single vote In the election of
the   male    members."    "Force,"    re-1 ______ , .
marks one publicist, "Is the ultimate J London, March 10.���There is a prob-
dependence ot society." In these t ability, according to the Daily Mail,
Christian times strange bedfellows j tnat tne _iamond monoply will be
are driven together by mutual poverty ��� broken up through the nonrenewal of
or argument. | the contract, which expires this month
. ' between the Premier Diamond Mining
SAVED HIS SONS. | company and the d'amond syndicate,
  I which hitherto has taken the output
Parent Did Not Know He Was Rescu- j of both the Premier and the De Beers
Ing  Hia Children. a      j company.    In case that th-? contract
New   York,    March     10���Theodore jis ��ot renewed war will be declared
Higgs,   an   employee    of the   Wayne \ b>' the Premier company against the
Powder Works, at Lincoln Park, N. J..', De Beers,
saved   his   two   sons   from   drownlna
DIAMOND MONOPOLY IS
THREATENED  WITH   WAR
two   sons
yesterday in the Pompton river, although when preparing to rescue them
ho did not know who they were.
Theodore Jr., 16  years of age.   in.I
.Villain,   12  years  old.   f 11   from   the |
Morirs canal aqueduct  Into the river
The  elder   brother   went   to   hi.   tro-
Coming of the Russian Lion.
New York, March 10���Much Interest
Is manifested in spoiling circles here
in the coming of George Hncken-
schmidt. the Russian Lon, who' is to
an ive here on the Lusitania tomorrow.   The celebrated wrestler will at
English Watchmaker
Two   door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
LIMITED
New Westminster
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
Ladies* Gold Watches trom 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
CAgent7fo? the celebrated South Bend  ~FJNEST  AND   FASTEST-
Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman I
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing:    enarges   reason
able. .
2HPI1EF1
.8,010 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN II4.60U
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF IRELANO i     TQM��
Opera House Mings.
toted,
Pan
. ��� es *h.
���Ml b��
cneques
8 tenders
he fnr-
di'posited by-
are    accepted
'..
'<*lvi
-*eila!?08,te<] ^ the credit of the
era1 of Canada as part of  Taylor Stock Co
Old Arkansaw . ���,
A Royal Slave ��� ��� ���
Sla In New York
Wrf.
Security
tot
fnian
...March 12
... March 26
.....April 1
April 2, ", 4
 April H
fa te:
for the due and faithful I The   BurBr.maB.ter ���	
"'J,f the contract according  Snn Francisco Opera Company in "1
Cheques deposited by!    Toymaker"  APr11 14
rir.s
15
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
-xpress and freight connect with
.tages at Caraross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Kr��  information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, B. C
BOOKING TO AND FRO.M ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNT-tY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of
April 3 and April 17.
the   Empresses
ther's assistance and readied him just once begin his preparations for his
as the father of t'ne boys reached tlie j match for the world's ch impionshlp
bridge In a wagon. This he dumped 1 with Frank Qotch, which is to take
over the bridge which is low. and.' I'Lu.e in Chicago early in April. This
holding to the tonsfUtf, culled to the Is the second visit that Hacktnschmidt
boys to float down to the wagon. The? has paid to America. On the occasion
boys did as they were told and a min-1 of his previous visit here, however, he
ute later they were safe. ; had not established the repu;at on ho
  now enjoys and naturally did uot at-
. tract nearly so much attention ,as has
Cholera at Winnipeg. J been   arou8ed   by   hig   comiug    visit.
Winnipeg,   March  10-A   large  am-   Prl().  to  Wg   n-atch   w,th  Gotch   the
ount of infantile rtiolera  is reported
In some parts of the city, and the disease ls assuming an epidemic form,
adults also being affected. It is a
very unusual disease for this time of
the year, but It is attributable to the
mild season, and possibly milk contamination. Sonic of the milk dealers i
do not take special pains tn their
cowsheds and dairies In the w'nter.
and naturally this Is likely to produce
more harmful effects during a mild
winter.
big wrestler will be seen in exhiblt'on
bouts In .New York, Philadelph a, Boa-
ton and several other cities.
i��\.r other dates and  particular*,
apply to
KD. OOULET,
(��    iv   I.     V-rr'II'
. A Scientific Achievement.
London, March 10���Prof. James
Dewart received a telegram from Prof.
H. Kamerllngh Onnes, of Lalden university, announcing that he had sue-
ceoiled ln solidifying the chem'cal element helium.
Skaters in Competition.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 9.���A score of
the fastest skaters of America took
part this afternoon ln the opening
races for the world's professional
championships. The speedy fellows
come from various parts of tha United
States and Canada, and among them
are such noted skaters as Morris
Wood, Nerval Baptie and Johnny
Nllsson. The number of prominence
of ttie contestants combine to give
promise of one of the best tournaments of the kind that has ��ver been
held in this country.' The p-ogram includes events at all the standard &\n*
tances.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.,       ^
WEDNESDAY, MARCH n
FOR EVERYDAY
China and
Glassware
=TRY=
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
49
V
"�����>?
CHURCH ENTERTAINMENT
WAS HEARTILY ENJOYED
Visiting    Choir      Rendered      Splendid
Program at West End Methodist
Yesterday Evening.
I.
For Your Chicks
MEALTM
Stinlevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
"The JUNIOR"
SPRAY and FORCE
..PUMP..
No foot rest, clamp or other
fastening required to hold this
Pump in position. Solid Brass
suction and valves���no leather
or packing to dry up and give
out.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B   C.
Your Choice!
$600 cash and $600 on time will buy
a dwelling and large lot next to a
corner on Sixth street.
An entertainment was given last
night in tlie West End Methodist
church by the Sixth Avenue -Methodist chofr of Vancouver, under the
leadership of William Hicks. Over
270 persons thronged the church,
forty of whom were visitors from the
Inlet city, and some s'xty dollars
wer added to the funds of the church
as u nesult of the entertainment. The
concert given was Aptly described byjj
one of those present aa "elegant" and
he expressed In bis own way the opinion of all present. The choij consists
of thirty-two voices, and tbe program
conmpr.sed solos, recitations and instrumental numbers, many of- which
wei. encored, and all were excellently rendered rami fully appreciated.
The Vancouver contingent arrived on
the special car Delta and returned on
.the same car at 11  p.m.
The following program was render-
I ed during the evening:
Solo���Roses in June, Miss Slocum.
Encore, The Red Rose.
Solo���Blow, Blow, Thou Wintry-
Wind���William Hicks.
Anthem���Blessed   be  the  Name  of
; the Lord���tlie choir.
Anthem���The  Wilderness���Choir.
Quartette���"Three    Children     Slid-
I ing"���Mrs.     Anderson.    Mrs.    Hicks,
Rev. James Hicks ,and Win. Hicks.
Quartette���The Violet and the Bee
���Miss Whardon, Miss Falls. Messrs.
Smith and William  Hicks.
Solo���The    Everlasting    Day���Rev.
I James Hicks.
Cello solo���Litany���J.  Stevens.
���    Cello solo���"Berceuse"���J.  Stevens.
Recitation���Old    Mother    Hubbard
1 and Country "Debating Society���G. H. |
; Grant.
Closing  Anthem���Abide With   Me" \
| ���Choir.
li
COLL
Spring Mil
ER'S
i.
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a
Wednesday,
March
11th
:..���....'
$3000 Will buy a six roomed modern
dwelling and two full lots, in fruit, on
Second street.
0
BELLINGHAM FIRE CHIEF
WANTS SHACKS CONDEMNED
���. t
H
We announce to the ladies of New Westminster
and vicinity our Grand Spring Opening Display of
Paris, London and New York styles in Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Ready-to-Wear Shapes and Millinery
Novelties.
Matins, Coulthard & Co. w-
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Bellingham, March  10���Fire   Chief L
Andy Land today asked th. board ofjf
; public   works    to condemn    certain
I buildings  below the  sidewalk  on  C
I street,   It is claimed by the chief that
i the   buildings rare  nothing    but   f're
traps  and  that they are old and  of
j practically no value.   This Is th. first
request made by Land since he began
I his investigation Into conditions about
| the  city.    He  will look    over every
This Date in History.
��� building in the city.
March 11.
1544���Torquato    Tas.so,    the    Italian
poet, born at Sorrento, died
in Rome, April 25. 1595.     *
1619���Two  sisters burnt  at Lincoln,
England, for the alleged crime
of witchcraft.
TME   L.   E.  WATERMAN
Fountain Pens
AT
W. C. CHAMBER LIN, �����'������'"  ij
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
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'   -'-_.'_��".."-..'.."_��V._.'.0���>.",_/.  "_.."._-'...". ,}'_.'i
WE ARE SHOWING
     VVli      _7>.JVl_      JUUW11.U          tt, I
Post Card Albums I
i    i
THIS WEEK.
A Large Range of STYLES and PRICES
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
The chief has &\mh intimated to; -702���The Daily Courant,    the    first
some  property owners in  Old Town j British    daily newspaper, is-
that they will have to provide up-to j s��ed in London,
date fire escapes on their buildings   1785���John McLean, associate justice
within a short time if they desire to, ot the U. S.  Supreme Court,
remain in business. who dissented from the maj-
, > _-- --   ������-.,_-_.____ ority opinion    in  the    Dred
Scott decision, born in N'ew
Jersey, died in Cincinnati,
April 4, 1861.
.8.1��� The "Luddite.. riots," resulting
from a depression ln the "hosiery trade, began in .Nottinghamshire, England, and continued for several years.
1848���Henry Wheaton, a famous American authority on international law, died in Dorchester,
Mass.   Born In Providence, R.
I apply for release on ball.   Tho prose-j T   ^QV  ���-   j��gg
.ration   Proposes at  onco  to bring to   lsr>6_NiCaraKu.a de'clare'l war aKainst
| trial some of the many other charges Costa Rica
profered  against them. ' 1865-Parliament at Que.ec  adopted
the confederation  scheme.
1874���Charles Sumner, Massachusetts
statesman, died.   Born Jan. fi,
1811.
Good   Apples!
$1-00 PER BOX
AT.
..
t
I J. J. MACKAY y CO. ii
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS I
 " *******
SCHMITZ AND  REUF
UNLAWFULLY  CONVICTED.
San Francisco, March 10���That for-
, mer Mayor Eugene  Schmit. was unlawfully   convicted of   extortion  ,and
sentenced to five year. In prison, was
re-affirmed   by   the    state    supreme
' i court.     The  decision  also  applies to
Abraham  Reuf,    It is bel'eved that
; Schmitz   and   Reuf   will   Immediately
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
************
>*******��.
Citizens to Build a Bridge.
Orand Forks, March IO���Word has
NEW YORK BURGLARS
GET $120,000 BOOTY.
I New York, March 10���Loss of ap-.
j proximately $120,000 worth of silver
i plate, jewelry and other precious I
I stones through the operations of bur- reached hot .��� today from Cascade tnat
j glars at his home. Madison street and J. A. Bertoi, an enterprising citizen of
; Seventieth'.avenue, in the east, side that place, has personally undertaken
fashionable district, was reported to tne matter of building a suspension
the police last niglit by Edward S. bridge over the Kettle river iat the
' Rapello, an attorney. Practically the Cascade townsite. The bridge will be
��� entire house was ransacked Iby (be of one span and will be made of steel
j burglars. caibles.
i
Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car 1 coves at 11  p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11.80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over tho
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, fweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at (ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtau.es after
the hour, commencing at 8:90
a. m.
Sunday Service   nait-nourly be- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. ana 11 p.m.        ���
-  t
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
The New Tram Line
to Vancouver will make West End property
valuable." Finest building sites in the city
on Sixth, Seventh and' Eighth avenues.
Some choice lots,
| $250 each.
Also, choice acreage for subdivision.
F. J.HART& CO.
New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
V,
anccuver.
5-Roomed Cottage
Barn 18,\24.   Lot cultivated and fenced.
Near the car line.
Price, $1,200.
Half cash; balance monthly payments.
Immediate possession.
P. PEEBLES __i
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    Phon* 307
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Children's Wear
Before beginning to make the Misses' and Children's Dressc .
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look ovt
Stock.   We are sure you will   be   convinced   that   it   ^
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We will be pleased to Show you everything.
r our
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH
27. Columbia %m

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