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 Shiles & Co.
AHE INSURANCE       .-.
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legislative
- MARUlflOa.
, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
[.;   m Cok.fi.bl.- St. Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   THURSDAY   MORNING,  MARCH   12,
1908.
'*�����*!*
*-'**,
t*.
rs pbr WEEK.
jffttl CONST.	
M fROM ARDUOUS TRIP
id Sf��
IM SUPREME LODGE
Seven
Months   Chase   After   Gun-a-Noot   Far   From  a
Pleasure   Jaunt.      Wilkie   Discredits   Reported
Gold  Finds  Near  the  Findley
River.
Grand Lodge of B. C. Takes
Important Step at Annual
Meeting���Routine Work.
g_ci
| a.
Ij ti*
famous   In-
faa-rimi--^   Simon Gun-a-Noot and
Provincial    Con-
'^ ��� will, e and Wall rr
thi    after-
.   ������!     - and
-  the story of
and   answering
ding the go d
Fin'i ���������  river district. It
~, c. It Ige  that  tho
-! , li d  the  vigl-
of trained Bleuths
result is not so
... - ed  at  when it is
��� ted  man knows
ratry;   havin .
Tr.. .land lodge of Brlt'.sh Columbl ���  ���    the A. 0. r. W., met In theii
Bl eent      anAual    sesBion    yesterday
ning in the I- 0. 0. F, hall   with
ime    i '    members presenl from all
parte ol > he province.   The chief ac-
i tion taken  up  was  the secession  ot
^^^^^^^^^_    wllen   they   the grand  lodge    from    the supreme
Struck V\ .ikies camp tbr-y were entire- ^^
i'.iiizat'on after  two   wr-n   known   prospectors,   Bates
...; and privation  a-d Olson, ihr- latter bearing the repu-
t ition of I elng the best In B, C. Th ���>
bad   started  oui   with   fourteen   days
supply or provlsl ma  but
"ME. S���!1* m SM sane-
MATERIAL FOR DISCUSSION
Stock Belonging to Wealthy
Planter Taken From Warehouse and Fired.
i ������������������
H	
ly out of grub.
I
Wilkie and Huntley Btar ed (or the
n .: th eai I in thi (.1! and reached
Vancouver by way of Hazelton and
Port I. on rdaj morning, lm-
medial ly  taking    hi   car    to    theii
thla etl      Thi;.   ���   ured the
i nt'ri        thei n  Cai Ibo i country, till
they   ��� I thi hat flrrw to
tbe An tic.   Only once did they obtain
,
ha'
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Jodge ol the ruder, with a view to
forming an all-Canadian society. The
��� ni was almost entirely
I with the necessary changes
to tui' constitution to conform t<> tin-
new order of tilings in the province,
A number of reports rif offlci rs were
also submitted and adopted on mat-
ti . afte :ting the welfare of the
Bociety.    AH  accounts    dm;    to    the
Brooksville, Ky.,   March   11.���Fifty
or more night rider., came into town
early today In buggies and on horse*
bach   ana   before   they tefl    16,000
pounds of tobacco belong'ng to Robert I
Si. nn.ii. one of the weall  lasl planters
in ihis section, Had been burned, t'he
ti.1 i  were heavily armed  witb shot
an.l revolvers.
. number of the men wi nl  to the
local exchange of the Bracken County
Teb phone company and kept    guard
the operator. Miss Holton, bo,that |
J. A. Cunningham Offers to Supply Boat for Down-River
Run.    Municipal Committee's Report Thoroughly
Dissected.    Postmaster Kennedy Talks
on Postal Mailers.
.1   a. CunnlngbAm,
deiii of the New Westi
trade, signalized the
over of the first chair
;.I'M.-!-,lay evening by
the ih'w presi
dnstei board ot
formal i iMiik
al the me tins
making nn an-
the
'iKiiinri'iin'iit t.i the effect thai aa tho
c. I1, it. bad announced I beii int. n-
tlon of taking Ihelr boats off the do d
river route, he bad. <m I.elMill' of the
Is
i.rd could l/o sont for assistance.
Th" men attempted no violence, nor  steamboal opmpanj  of which   In
Sid they destroy the warehouse, hut   manager, made an offer t<> handle
t. .   ,.r tobacco ents.de and sei it on! ,....   . , .,. formerly carried by tin
P, li. providing that companj  agn
fln
cr-r riings,   ���..'   an;.       i-'-" lion   that     in
' seceding, the B. C. grand lodge    bad
wherea >outs of the men they were Bupreme grand lodge were ord red to
seeking. At Bear lake they were in- ,. immediately paid, that there might
formed that a man who might have : , ..,, hitch In the withdrawal pro-
been FC-ma-dam had stayed in the
neighborhood.
On October 6 they nir;  Peter and  repudiated what might be considered
Carl Jensen at    Red    Bluff    on    the   to be due.
Driftwood River on their way out.; In the morning Orand Master W. H.
These men were the origin.tl discov- j Smitfi read his annual report, paying
erers of the 3trike on tbe Ingenica, I a tribute ir the course of his remarks
now- so much discussed all over the! to the Late grand master, Bro. Gil-
country. They had been lost for four Christ, whose sudden end occurred
days,   during  which   time   their   food, while he was still the chief executive
iti
iged   as   guide   by
... -   and is also shel-
���.-.: by  the  Indians,
wer. one "wanted man" fell into
Ijjfgel big game for fne
ti- -   i ed   At Bear Lake
-   located   Skookum
free 7 ed house breaker
m I." ��� Des   te the   prot*=s's
��� threat,    t  his  i.iootchman   Tom
re jail!    1 In    and    brought    to
telto.. where his trial will be held ' SUpply had become exhausted. Wilkie
grubstaked   them  until    they    tfc>ulil
reach   Babine   lake.    These   men,   he
Afti
ind 1;
can ���.
bi e}ng thai It was all de t.-v
departed as quietly ,;is they
Henderson, Ky., March 11.���Willi,nn
Bradshaw, a farmer living on the edge i eontracl  at $
of this city, this morning found a note
at his door warning him against em-
ploying m.g.oe.-\ It was signed "Ibo
llirty-flve."
The note was accompanied by :i
bundle of switches, a match arid some
cut ridges.
police of the prov-
_.       en endeavoring to learn
ii' '; of Tom for over two
of the order.
Bro. Georfe-e Adams was introduce!
to the grand lodge as representative
states, have had their claim  to thei of the supreme lodge.
discovery recognized by the recorder t     The grand lodge officers in attend-j
at Hazelton. and the creek on which j ance were:   P. G. M- W., Bro. Devine; |
the strike was made, now bears their  G. M. W.. Bro. W.  H.  Smith:  grand!
name.   In January, the two policemen; foreman, Bro. G. L. Peck; grand re- !
asaint met  tbe Jensen brothers with ! corder.  Bro     Mcllmoyle;    grand    re-'
the three Condit brothers and Mes.rs ; ceiv. r.   Bro.  Wm.   Scowcroft;     grand
Purvis   and   Carr   near  the   Nilk'Ikat; medical examiner. Dr. W. A.  DeWolf
SHOT RIFLE BULLETS
INTO ROYAL RESIDENCE
Man Supposed to Be Insane Declares
King Haakon Is Paid Too Big a
Salary for Doing Nothing.
Chrlstlania,    Marcb    11.���A    Swed'
.rar.y    the   officers,   hardened
'���:-"i '       ire to (he roue* life of
��� *'���    :������  journey no easy
-rones'of nights spent.
- ifficient    covering    to
warm, on the wet ground.
hjs   "    ���   *;rh  the demon    of
in -are well worthy
book of advehtur- ~ --	
s nothing unusual aboal   stated emphatically that there was no   tem:  -rand trustees, Brothers George   He flred altogether  a dozen   tartlets,
-   mon    than    every  excitement at the mines, which were; UnmH and    J' Ho>':    committee   on   several of which crashed through the
lonely land of rive'r  buried under between seven and eight! ,awi   Brothers Budlong. Evelelgh and   windows and Imbedded themselves In
-UU  to  face.    On one   feet of snow.    It  was Impossible for' "-P-rltaa. the interior wall, of the castle,
oa while crossing Bear lake,  a   work ro be done before spring. He also
to a request lor a otlt-off io a
Hill  on  Hi"   Valr.   road.
The secretary < ��� r tbe Victoi .. board
of trade In replying to _ communioB"
tion from ' br' local i oiinl. on iii.. sikli-
ji'< i of C. r h. steamer sei . los be*
; ween the i wi ell les, stated Hi it _B
had been Informed thai the n- �� Wi si
minster merchants were In the bablt
of sliipping fuigiii by tramp steamers
in order to it^ve 26c per ton, and that,
under the circumstances, the Victoria
board ��-����� m i < i nol see thai thai Bompany
was very muoh to blatnd lot rii'din ng
to Improve the service,
\ request rrom the Vancouver io..i.i
of trade thai a resolution passed at
Its annual meeting with rafferetwie t.r>
the Imposition of a $_ Import duty on
lumbei from the United Bbatee be en-
dorsed was complied with.
with reference   to tbe   suggested
change in the moi'iiii,-. nig^t of   the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      .(iriiird, i-ici'i'iliiiy  White declaii'd that
mail and steam'-oat Serv ce of1 ,���, ,|m] ������-,,  .)1|(  ,���,,.,.. ()f ]rirliiir-r to
the  city,   wal   favorably   received   by j Ul(, .Mnoty-six  members,    ll,, hud  re-
the board, I celverl  thirty-live  replies,   B   majority
The time of the meeting WiM mostly  favoring tho third Thursday in   the
oocuiiled   with mail    and    Steamboat month as the date of meeting.   The
matters,   but  very   few    fresh    fu<lK ��� wl .he. of the major' ,  will govern.
were brought to light.    In connection1     All  report"!  presented  by  the 1007
with  the  former,  tlie need    of  more  committees  nt the    nnntiial    meeting
j drop letter boxes In different parts or i Wf.n,  p.,sBed  without  discussion,    ex-
! the city  was  emphasized,   whilo   the  eeptlon being made with regard to th*.
! long sought for city delivery boon was   munlclpsl committee's report,    which
1 again pressed for by A. Hardman. II   waa  rear]  and  discussed    clause    by
was pointed out that the member at | clause, the following being passed wl'h
��� . ����� i lidraw their boats unrest i vedlj.
Be i gnifli rl bis willingness to h_ i ���
. ii i carried on the boai b( bui de
clared that be would not consldt i tht
i day.
This announcement, which came
the end of a lengthy discus.
on tli
Ottawa  for  this  district,  J.   B.  Ken
little or no discussion, 1,
I. | 0. 7
nedy, had promised to give the mitter and 11. Clause 2, suggesting the
j bis attention, and that a reply from boulevardlng of Royal avenue, war
; him on  the subject would  no doubt ' recommended after a long diKSUSBiOtl
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___________________________Jbe received witbin a short time.    No'on   the  advisability  or    baving    the
river, then on their way back to rb-lr  Bmith;   finance committee.    Brotbers  named Johannes Gren, apparently   In-   flIrtfler rf.���r,,f.ntattons *lll \-h made1 W.levards In Hie c*mtre of the street
���N--*1*8' I Stew;irt   and WriK>e��worth    together   sane, fusilladed the Norwegian  royal; ,mtn M_   Konne(ly.8 reply ,���  ,aI(| (,n : or on ^ B)(Tp.   ��� Mn_ ���__������   ^
elded  lo delete the  words    "In  ^he
Soeaking of the strike. Cons. Wilkie! with F,r0' John Hllbert. appointed pro  oastle here witl^a rifle at noon^today., th. tab]f. .f a f|ltu_e meetln-
'1"! '��� water, the rudely con- desired to impress upon any contem-|
������"   a  sunken    snag plating going to tlie seen-> of the strikc
ag completely over, the folly of travelling via Ashcroft, a|
cenpants with their i.srance of 500 miles from the mines,,
0 the water.    Lickilv and over  a   road  marked  with  bones
1 leep and everything of many a man who had tried it only,
to meet death on the way. The only
.' as ible way, he states. Is by Port
Ess ngfon. whence a steamer pli*8
direct to Hazelton.
Cons. Wilkie {eaves today for vic-
torfa to make his official report.
BOY ROBBER GANG
IS BEING EXPOSED
it   tea.   sugar    and
,v" E at t.he table of thr\
n    lays to come. The
w[' ' omids of sugiar. 76
": (14 pounds of Tea.
! ::    ' Hta route layover
��,   far  above  th��
"W '   ;n   that   countrv
���   ������ 'he sea lev-I.
'���y-        *   tracks of the big
"f the Rockies.
' ��eu tc reach the
'���-   and tbe drop
'���
j,n��'                mountain, a tramp ward  C.rindrod.   aged   te,   and   Henry
:'  eight diay. to Urimlrol. aged  19, in  jai ar  Vancon-
e Pnemittied by   ver. has two others .: _ perote   *.'
fcjj^   '                       :  M one of the MM  or  two   mor^   UMtef  surveillance
I      Winter The boys have,   been    robbing   mer-
|c:                       r!lP mode of travel chants of Ridgef.el.1. ft Is claimel. of
Replying to a number of questions centre" and merely recommend the
from the other members, George Ken- houlevarding of the avenue. Clause 8,
nedy. city postmaster,    outlined    the   recommending the granting of a fran-
  Improvements which are proposed for  chlse  to .a  gas  company to compete
The following were also present as The man was promptly seized by; thtl ;i0atai SRrv]f.e |��� this city. Touch with the present one, was struck ont.
representative* from subordinate tbe police and disarmed. At the police Ine ,Ipo- tnf. free delivery agitation whilec lausp !), which emphasized th^
lodges: George Gawley. Victoria station he declared that it was his in- ^e declared that it: wag no tue expect ! fa/tt that the city was not getting
lodge Mo. 1; James Irvin. Granville tention to kill King Haakon. He still ins .hat an p^pption would be rri rd^ sufficient revenue from tbe waterfront
lodge No. 2; George Salt and Wm had forty or fifty cartridges In his in favor ot New Westminster. Th- lots, was finally withdrawn after a
Wo].. Fraser lodge No. 3; J. S. Knar- pock&S. King Haakon and Qu^en .^s.-, fgymatloog stated that wben lengthy discussion. President Cun-
s;on Nana'mo lodg* No. 4: ^**v> Maud wrr" absent from the oastle. ; a ritv. .jjMtai revenue totalled |30,000 nlngham. after counting seven votes
Cashmore. Vancouver lodg*. No. 5; A. Gren has liveri here for 84 vera! ;, y^ar and fhft population numbered' foT and seven vot^K against tbe
W Kesber, Western Star Mge No. 7. v'ear3 and followed the trade of a not !f,S3 'th,ari 12.000, the deparfm-nf adoption of fhe clause, called upon all
Chas. Seraphine, Rossland lodge No, riic.smirh. ffis grievance appears to j wo���j,j p]a0f, .^e post office ,pon a city present to vote, as he did not care to
8; A. Gerrard and I. W. Mills; Perse- be that King Haakon received toot off;eQ hsslo, ,-nf ���nt|j ^j,., fw0 ^^ , p���t |n a r.stlng vote, being interested
versmce lodge No. 11; Wm. H. Wilson    !arge a salary of the puiillc funds, and   dltlon.. were compiled with It was no   In tfip matter.    On a second show of
Delta   lodge  No.   12
f.efser    lodge    No.   13;
Atlin lodge No. I.';  .1. Blaney. Maple
Leaf lodge No   17.
J.  A. Halllday.   to the  police he declared    that    the: ,]af, ^pectin* any change. bands, the clause was declared thrown
:  Walter Owen   Keg bad no right to be ln this coun-j     rn anawer lr> >f. stnclair. Mr. Ken-! Out by a majority of one.
try.   ft Is said that Gren spent several [ nAdy gtatert that the receipts from the j    Clause   10,   endorsing   many
years in an asylum in Dfinmark.
.',
I,'.
:���
Ik.
Bridgefteld, March 11���A species of
Tom Sawyer gang, with crimmal aims,
m more riif.   is being broken up by Sh^-irT Sap, __g-
3ver   the    ragged   ton. rif Clarke eoonty, who has    E.i-
ALL-RED PROJECT IS
IJiER CONSIDERATION
JAPANESE SPY FOUGHT
HARD WHEN CAPTURED
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ com-
Sapiierton poei office were not In- plaints concerning the telephone ser-
el'ided in the N'ew W'estmlnster rev- vice, was enthusiastically adopted.
me, although the residents of that dis- A. w. McLeod called the attention
trie/ would of course he eo.ir.te. wlrb of the board to the perplexing house
the. city popnl ition. He also pointed [ numbering system in vogue in thi..
���out that with the advent of free de- city. The matter was referred to the
livery In this city, the on* cent rate   committee on civic affairs.
Winston    Churchill     Favori    Imperil
Scheme���Strathcona and Shaugh-
r.ttsy Agree on  Halifax.
for    letters   addressed    to    residents j
Triad ta Br.be Wrong Man to Betray | W0'ild be dropped, and .. 'inifcrm two
Hi�� Country���Nipponese Chewed
Captor's Fingers.
l'i
1
:
^^1 'PS of  rhe. summer Tobacco,   fruit   and    oth��>r    eatables.
4n�� .���.,.��        * sled and tbe www t   thins,   took   ami ternttnre     The
*lli[
- .-������".. ig m wearisome gang was betrayed by 1 new m^mb^r.
'now often li'ing who  Join*!   merely    to    expose,    the
1%. ���'., eet fu d.-pth info  scheme, bavfng arranged witb Sanfflej
**<>"������ road  network  sank   Funkbauser. a. merchant, tn give   KM
hla. ("White Wolf) 1 alarm when th* Ptokbanser store was
PW. n,
' hunting, they met| being robbed
; ���
This h My 73rd Birthday"      I
I
*
Simon   Newcomb.
ewenm'i, the aatrooooaer, and perhaps th.- best fawsra
iov..S(,mi,   :' ^ ���""i.a:.:i'iar-s, was   born   March   12.  I83S,   it   Wilnv
-rat educated in t.he sdtool of hi- father. Pro-
h.    ' "���' and came 60.   Hbfl   United  States  In  1S53,    For
:'i  Kbooh  Ea   Maryl.niil and  tbeB   *ea_W a r'nni-
'" '':l1 Alamanvc at. Caniiii'i.i^e. Miss,    in IM. he ba.
���W , "'"' fnited States navy ami naai-ed In the we>
',ir| for age i��� 1..9T.    Dr. Newcomb was secretary of the
/"tl tun   , p"f ten years he was profpssor of matheman.' ���
y l:   Iwlin Hopicln. milveraitv. and orHtor of the Ameri-
���
"tiimission from  I>sTI to 61T_; observed the transit;
tOoodHop*  in  ISS4,    anrl    directeil    several
I '*-*""����'��'Xatb^hi
  jr. and editor of t.BJ
15,8 Institn't '""""4maricR'   H> h out of the tew Benign members
.1 ,, ,f BVaaea  and febc first native American since Frank-
'^'.n,.,.. '   W��W    Dr.  Newcomb   has    publlshe.l   many   M-
;>h,i'"t; , """'M- ;)nd tables of the motions   of   the   stars    and
; l,y "atronomer . in their computations.
_______f^^
.",:. ,:-,,;-rr*'.
ftj.ll.
l-r.nrlon. March  11.���Now that.    Mr. i
Winston  C1.;rchill  h:is returned  from
Bast   Africa,  the ministerial sub-corn-.
ttee, of which Mr.  Lloyd-George ia
ce.nt rate come Into forcn,
J. A. rjf>e, in discussing the abandoning of fhe down river mail service
by the C. W, Ft. gave a resume of h's
recent trip to Victoria, when he had
interviewed a number of officials In a
Vlr. Churchill himself strongly favors
the senem*, wbich includes an Ertsh
nori. as of course does Mr. Birrell. On
t.i.- otbev h.inrl. Sir Thomaa Slvaugli-
.������������ and Lord Strathcona are on ra��
CBjrd as Beltavihg that nothing sho.-t
0,' a 'i. eel sarvica fr.im Ltvwpool will
,.':..��� r,ia,:i.la t.he full advantage at
ber i ogtapMcal position.
Mr   Hays !'a expected to give evt-
: .1 e   .-"i'i   thr' committee tbls week
an br-bali' of the (.ranil Trunk.    He  *
������-tooil to favor Halifax.
Un ho i'1t.a Live letters    from    (.tt.awaj
rece ved in I.nn.lOii    name   4Novemh��r|
the most probable date of the Dominion  ejections,    In   that    case, British!
ters are likely to be pressed toi A Are hydrant Will be placed near
���/.,- 1 faveosble announcement! the Central school this week, this be-
hefore that date. Mr. Asquith may as-j Ing part of an elaborate scheme for
,ent to 1 British subsidy with less re-j Are fighting and nre prevention pur-
luctance r, as now seems probailile. 1 iioaea at the eity schools. A now fire
he  will  not. be chancellor when tbe j alarm signal wlll shortly be Installed
forlorn  attempt  to  obtain   tetter  service for this city     He declared that It
strong effort be made to get a. prlvatre
sfe.rnshlp company subsidized for
m,-ll carrying purpose, on the abandoned route.
Speaking for the second time, Mr.
Kennedy g.-ft det,.il. of the cloning
.and  receiving  hours   for     the    dawn
The following were selected to
serve on committees for the current
ye.ir, the first, named being cbairmm:
Agriculture���M. Sinclair, II. A. Eant-
rrian and J. Fteic.henbac...
City advertising C. B Mai tin, A.
W   McUod and W. J. Kerr.
Commerce    and    industries���F\    B.
Ely. Nevadi, March II.���A Japan
.J.e. wh<i refused ro .livnlge his name
was arrested ar RiapetOWX, a few
mile, from this town lasr night art r
a. hard struggle, in which he m��_e d d   was no use for the board to pass reao-, .. ..       . r  n T.   ,
.il.u ru.-m���������'.: ft furthering cans'dering   m ;llmosr mmfllf.t,lv f.hPwln��, nn lw0   luflons, M corporations merely smile-i I     r-'isLries--fames  Ande s.
the  All-Red  i.i'ojfct.    [t  ia said  that   lingers   from   Draughtsman    CttotOtt's   ��t KttoH things, but suggested  that  -*'-��� - ������       _.- -��   '_,'..   ''''""
a_______-----------_____________________^B nnd   VV. Vanstone
hand, wbo was trving ro hold h'rn nn    *frong etTort be made to get a. private'     r ���-.K_.,<-____a     <_     ���
^.        -, I     i.umiiering���tjeoige    Small.
���?! the officers arrived. . sfe.rnshlp    company    subsidized    fori.. , ���,��� mmu. ,     ,    r      ,
I ~��m ������^ _.. ���, ��._ _u^_ ! RicMmATi and L. A. f_ewls.
Clinton, who is ifl expert draught"*'
aiaii. w.as approached by t.he Japanese
.vhile in a saloon. The Japanese, after taiUins over  v.i'lou.   suiiiects. fin
.illy asked  riinton  ro go with  bim tt^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
! river malls at the  local  offfce.    Ar-1
cording fo official figures, the present
r.vle, E. J. Crean and ... .1. Fad*i .
fmmgi atlon --T. S, Annatij.ftl., H. T.
,).    R.
ft.    ...
Harrl-
-liin Francsco anrl ger rirawirigr; of lhe
t'rirti Heat ions, assur'ng Clinton Hunt
he would pay him well.
Clinton indignantly refused arid
Teld on to rhe. Japanese until the offi
������ers arrived. The Japanese Is now In
iall and the police are looking for his
possbssione. hoping to find Incrlmlnnt
Ing evidence.
!rut payment becom��w due.
tn the ��.ffet>ent.rooms.
pervlce to the Delta and way points
via Vanconver. was $100 a year
chftfiper than the service formerly
given by the C. P. ft., and was $2360
less than the amount wbich would
have to be paid to thet company if
their rppant proposal of a $10 a day
smballi-y had been agreed to.'
At thla point President Cnnnlngham
volunteered, to aupply a boat .or down
river service if satisfactory arrangements regarding competition conld be
arranged.
The list of communications Included [
Membership��� l. n. Lusby,
man and W. E. Mcr_eod.
Municipal affairs���D. S. Curtis. Rov.
J. S. Henderson and M. W. Mtnthom..
Navigation���W.    R.   Gilley,   H.    ft.
Brown and H. Schaake.
Roads and bridges���T. J. Trapp, H.
A. Belyea and T. R. Pearson.
Transportation���C. A. Welsh,   Ne'e
Nelson and C. W. Talt.
Postal facilities���Ed.   Oonlet, P.  ,T.
Hart nnd H. Ryall.
A small Are broke out yesterday-
evening shortly before 8 o'clock at
the realdence of William Morrow,
Queen's avenue and Fourth street,
when a blase started in the.ch/mney.
One extinguisher sufficed   tb eabdu*-
B�� flanw*. the men from Kb. -HI.
a telegram from Premier McBride, in being early on tbe scene,
which he promised to give attention  w��a alight.
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THURSDAY,   march   12
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ESPERANTO MAKING    !
CONQUESTS ALL OVER
Be Matter of History in
Happy Days to Come.
societies and Ln Canada a.out a dozen.
'lac Toronto club was formed in
1906, and ha3 now forty members.
I'lity meet once, a week, il is hoped
ti.ui M. Edmond Privat, a distinguish-
ed French scholar, who i.s at present
. travelling in America, in the Interests
Confusion of Languages Will! of     Esperanto,     will    address     the
club very soon. Tne secretary of tfie
city club. Max Frind, says that he
has half a dozen lc-tters a day from
people all over Ontario who wish to
learn il. a:id that lhe London firm
which prints the literature cannot fill
the orders, so great is the demand.
One admirable feature of Esperanto
Is that the pronunciation is absolutely
phonetic. You pronounce a word just
as; you spell it. There is a simple
system of accents to guide you.   Con-
' Bequently, a Japanese Esperantist can
al once understand an American. This
was practically illustrated at the
third International convention, held in
Cambridge,' England, two years ago.:
At tho convention wer representatives'
nf thirty  nations, who  were  able  to'
| converse with each other from the
beginning without the slightest difficulty.
Certainly Esperanto is an attractive'
language to listen to. Jt Is sonorous,
and very melodious, sounding a great
deal like Spanish.    There is   almost
| an entire absence of those gutfurals
which render German, and to a lesser'
degree,   English,    so  extremely  ugly.
The sibilant sounds arc also not very
I noticeable.    Read slowly Esperanto is
i very sweet.
Whether it i.s going to solve any of
the problems which the founder has
set it to solve, or whether it is only a
harmless fad, is of course, a matter of
opinion. The advantages of a universal language are, of ocurse, self evident. In Europe serious attention is
being paid to it, and Indications point;
1 to a steadily growing interest in Am-
Lerica.
p**_SJKaj_rr_ailT�����.aer---������_���
Everybody knows the'story of how
when the Tower of Bai.el was under
construction the builders, for their
presumption; suddenly found themselves talking half a dozen or more
different languages. The resulting
confusion was terrible, and up to the
present time it has increased rather
than diminished. Mark Twain's Wild
endeavors to get a cake of soap in an
Italian hotel was only one of millions
Of incidents arising out of that old
confusion of languages.
Some twenty odd years ago L, V.
SJanehof, a Russian Pole from Warsaw,
sei himself to introduce an entire new
l tnguage. He tell if to he his life
work, and persevered In the face ol
tremendous odds. In his native town
no less than elghl distinct languages
were spoken, and Zanehof felt that
much of the disarrangement between
thetownspeople arose from their want
of understanding each other.
The. difficulties in his way were
very great. To begin with, he had
to familiarize himself with .all the
European languages, and this meant
not only time but money, and a lot
of both. But the difficulties .were
overcome, as dificulties usually are,
and the pioneer of Esperanto, as he
named his new language, felt that the
worst was over when he issuad his
tirst primer in 1887.
For five or six years that was as far
as the matter got.   The primer circulated slowly, and those, who heard of
Esperanto regarded its founder as ft
harmless crank.    Then suddenly peo-1
pie began to inquire what Esperanto
was. That was all that was necessary, i
Its students now run into the millions, j
there are 40 periodicals and two daily
newspapers   published    in   the    new
language, and a whole literature ls being translated and printed as quickly
as possible under the guidance of the
British Esperanto association, in Lon-
tjn. i_bgland.
Quite unknown  to M. Zanehof, an-'
other man had been working on the!
Saime problem,    It was M. Beaufront
of Paris, to whom the idea occurred
shortly after Zanehof started to work
on Isperanto.    The Frenchman accl-1 '
dentally found one   of   the Russian's I ^7 ANTED���A BL.
.nee. rproirnljiini. thnt I quarry    work.
-gift
miliMMES
IT IS TO THC ADVANTAGE OF EVERY
HOUSt-Kni:! I: - IN CANADA TO USB
Ttfi-i-       ���       ������������������        ,
riaglc Bafcln. Powder.
Oiliest'a Perfumed Lye.
Imperial -taking Powder.
(.Hlett- Cream Tartar.
Royet Yeast Cakes.
Cillctt'o riammoth Blue.
ria.lc Baking Soda.
QHIett's Washing Crystal.
MADE FOR OVER 50  YEARS.
ItSTABUCHiD rasa)
E.W.GILLETT.ftftfK
TOHONTO.ONT.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltlnh Columbia Coast Llna
Service.
SOCIETIES.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand tables and supplies In
stock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Messrs. Samuel  May  &
Agent  for
Co., Toronto.
Westminster
Transfer Co
'ffice "Phone 18!..      Barn 'FBoile 1S7
Columoia st
..aggase delivered    promptly to any
i part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OMIen���Tram Dtijet
Condensed
Advertisements
POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER and
���1 correspbndent; experienced. Address Box "D," News office.
OUND���ROWING BOAT. Owner
can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. If noi claimed within seven
days will b e sold to defray expenses.
Apply "Boat," care of Daily News.
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I T OST���A   NEW  SHIRTWAIST  ON j
! -*--       Columbia street.
I to Mrs. II. Jones,
Please return
Royal avenue.
primers, and at once recognizing that
Bros.'
the Iatter's system was a great advantage over his own, lent his every aid
to his unconscious rival's work.
Esperanto was not the first universal language attempted- Another attempt had resulted In the formation'
of a language known as Volapuk,
Which had over half a million adherents, but Esperanto has completely
superseded lt.
One of the greatest points in Savor
uf this latest attempt, is its exterme
Simplicity.    A person of merely average  Intelligence  can  easily  learn  it;   ���_-.       v T .. r
may, in fact, become thoroughly pro-j \V
tlcient in thre months,   it is a purely """""r
scientific  language
, construction of grammar
ACKSMITH FOR
Apply   Gilley
office, Front street.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
-3T_Ydyertl3e the town we live in l J
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoer
friends-
"CANT BE BEAT."
-WHAT?"
Sausages,  Head Cheese,
Jeflied Veal.
ENGLISH SETTER FOR SALE. W.
Rich, City.
THE
Central Meat Market
TT7 ANTED to purchase good reel- j Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
dential lots from owners only, j
Give lowest cash price. Address!
"L," this office.
PHONE 370.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietor*.
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS) j
in    English subjects, classic
science, mathematics.  Box 487, city.
'
��� ALL    KINDS    OF
e repairing. Pianos and
tuned    and    polished.    Hum-
Carnarvon  street,  near    City
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ANTED
-STOKE
Iti   or
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Good   1
ocatlon.
Apply
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Daily
News.
Eurpoean. 85,
,9
Phone! ��?��
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,       , I organs
based on regular phreyB
The gram- ���_,...,
jmar is simplicity itself. There are
Just sixteen rules and not, a single
exception or Irregularity to any one
of them. This sounds too good to be
[true, but It Is a fact, nevertheless.
Al] nouns end In o, all adjectives In T7. OR BALE���BEST FIR cord
a, all verbs It] I, all adverb, in a, etc.! A      wood, $.".00 a .���<>r<l deliver.,1.    T.
The root, or base words hiave been|H. Foster, 280 Columbia street
'.:..ii_en  from    the  various
langua res of today.   The language it
self Is made up r>r ihe.se base words,1
wiiii the addition o prefixes and ���--���
-:&...    Vou don't   have    to master a
iroi i lulary of s thousand word; or so^ 	
before you ean be said to bay fairly |faolai( 3CaIpi or ,,ody _re._tn.ents given
Started.    If one learns, say a hundred   ln your own hom6i    A,so ma-,curingi
root words, by,means of the regular. For engagement ring up A 83��.
prefixes .mil suffixes, a vocabulary nt I
twenty-five hundred  words la almost!
Instantly at one's command.
An Englishman can recognize    at.
first sight about seventy per cent- of
the  words on  a  page    of Esjieranto
and  a  Frenchm.an  about,    sixty    per'
cent., a German about fifty per cent., j
a Spaniard about  forty-five per cent.
So Esperanto has n good deal In com-
mon to all languages.
It has been taken up most seriously
In France.   In Paris yon are constant
Iy setdng .mall posters posted up on j
the walls, advocating It.   Berlin Is nn-,
other stronghold.    For the Esperant-1
lsts recently Charles Frolwim present-,
ed "The Morals 0 fMarcus" .In Esperanto, and It is hoped that a produc- j
tlon of lt will shortly be given ln America.    In England also It Is making,
some    headway.    Tho    London    and,
Northwestern railway is now printing
one  set   of  Its   time-tables  In  Esper-!
unto. i
In  the  United  Stut"s there ar ���  65
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
f>l. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WEBTMIN8TER.   B.   C.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S   Princess  May.
Princess    May     leaves    Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14 and 24 and
April 4.
VA.'��eOUVER--VICTORlA ROUTE.
SS-   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver  1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:36 a. ni. dally except, .Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday; arirves Victoria 7 a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and llth
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatslno and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatslno, Cape Scott aud way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. 8- -loan
Leaves 'Vancouver i :30 p-m- dally,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UP  RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th,, Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leayes New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m.   Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuefday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Addi-
tional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
3 p.m.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 o. m., 2nd
ind 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
8. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmitb.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo .Saturday 2 p. m-:
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For reservations nd information
call or addrees
BD. OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
K._ J. COYLE.
Asst. Oen. Paee. Agent, Vance, aver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Snuerlntendent victor.*
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum
hla street, every   Monday  evening
at 8 o'clock.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER -ODG�� No. 3
���Meetings the first and 'bird Tuc-.s
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block, Clarkson  itreet
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge sine held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. ni. ln the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. in-, In the Eagles'
hiall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W.  Pres.;   II.  Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMWLAFii- OF TEM
PERANCE meel every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock [i. m., In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month tn
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.H. Clow, N.G.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each inonth,
ln K. of P. Hall, r-oiumbia St.. at
8 p. m., Wblte Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and .^. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17,. A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. P.; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29:
PROFESSIONAL.
WNOR.MAN BOLE, K. C, BAR-
��� rister and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Bank of Commerce
building, New Wesrininster, B. C.
���ynopsl,     of    Canadian    Northwj
Homeatead  Regulation,   ^
Any even num. ered
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minion  lands [n Mai   o ,   ���         ��
��^ and Alb ,exci .   ft*|
-ot reserved, may be homesteade Jl
any person who is the ,,,.,   H
family, or any male over 18 Z     I
^-, to the extent of one-quarte^J
tion of 160 acres, more ... ""''
Application for entry musit
made in person by the aPpUcant 1
a Dominion Lands Agencj .���. J���
agency for the distrlcl ��� which ih_l
land is situate. Entry by proxy ,���|
however, be made ,, ,n ag al
certain conditions by the father mothf
er, son, daughter, brother or sister J
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to n  I
| form the homestead duties under oil
of the following plan-v
(1) At least six months' resUeJ
upon and cultivation ���f the land l]
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteadr ...      ,.- ll(! J
desires, perform the    i quired   r..J
dence   duties   bj    in :i ���   ,���    farm|
land owrrc-d   solel;   bv  him, nol led
then eighty   (80)   acrei ,:...,,  Jj
the  vicinity of his  h in i   tr id   J .j,,!
ownership in  land   will  aol   .������ ,|
requirement.
(3) if the fatlni (oi mother, if t_J
father is deceased) lesteadel
nas permanent residi ��� tarminJ
land owned solely by him, not lesi
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, ini
the vicinity of the home tead, or upf
on a homestead entered for by bin,
in the vicinity, such homesteader maa
perform his own residence duties ba
living with the father (or mother)
(1)    The term "vicinity" i_ the t,v<J
preceding  paragraphs Is defined
meaning not more than nine miles itj
a direct line, exclusive rn' the width
| of road allowances crossed   in   tin
I measurement.
(6) A homesteader Intending ii
perform his residence duties in aci
cordance with the above while livina
with parents or on farming land own!
ed by himself must notifj the ag.nlj
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing musl
be given to the Commissioner of Dol
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior!
N. B.���Unauthorized publication ���/
this advertisement will not lie paiij
for.
AA'HEALLER, BARRISTER. SO-
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
Mail Service
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of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
_^    Box 645.
JOB
PRINTING
'   Goto
The Arrow Press
Windsor Hotel Block.
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Websdale & Hardwick
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CA8H   PRICE
Paid on Delivery
���AT���
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. R C.
Builders and
Contractors...
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estimates free for all kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on tbe shortest notice.
P.  O.  Box 815.    Office St.  Andrews
Street, between Sth and 9th 8t.
R. MILES & CO,
W.N* Draper p,uinbers'Gas afld M Mtt mm> f,f-
Repairs of all kinds jriven special at-
1 tention. Sewer connections made.
j Moderate Charges. Phone  A .177
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block    M*�� W<.-ttnln��U., ��<
Front St Now Westminster
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIOi QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, MEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc., adflftSfl
GEO. W. VAJX.
Assistant Gen'l Pa.s.sengi-r and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AtiENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye At
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest ami best ideas
(or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleeper., luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
tm Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
WHITESIDE & EDaUO.NDS, B^rri.-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN, WEART &. McQUARRIE
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville Btreet,
JosepJi Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wl] be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GEOKOE 10. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum
bla and McKenzie streets. New West
minster. B. C
>. MYEr.S GRAV, t_arrl8t��r. Solicitor
and Notary Public, iv> oractlce since
1891 at New Westm."J��e'- RO, Offices removed to C-'HIb Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
roruer Columbia and McKenzi.
stre.ts. New Westminster. B. C.
BOARD OF TRADE.��� New .\ . .tniln-
bi.eir Htxiril of Trade meett 'n the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as to lows:
Second Wedpesday of en h . tonth,
Quarterly meetings on ihu iron J
Wednesday of February, May,
AiiKiiKi. nnrl November, nt h p. ra.
Annual meetings on the .second
Wednesday of February. Now
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first claag
sleepers, tourist and dining cars len ven
dally at S:16; makes close connec
tions for all Kootenay points ami tiltm
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. J, COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt��� Vancouver.
Dispatched by C. P. R. tram at 8:35|
a. m.; clese 8 a. in.
Sumaa and Seattle, via HuntiDgdinj
dally.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except Smj
day;  Sapperton No. 1,  dally ewpl
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:36 p.-J
Dispatched by B. C. Electric raJlwaJJ
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No. 1, dallyexcept Snn|
days.   Return mail recelvfi<l 10 a.m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. wain. 8.46 am:
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl.  Port KellS
Hazelmere,    Hail's    Prairie,   Bonart
cord, Blaine and  Seattle  (all pointel
ln   Washington  and   south,   also all!
points in eastern states��,   daily eI'f
cept Sunday.    Return malls recciveJj
at   _.,.o   p.m.   Bonacord Wedite��dtft|
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;!
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Bitwf
days. Return mall received Moa-��)f|
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric rallwafj
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2;   Victoria, No, UI
Centra)  Park,  dally  excepi BmuW|
j Return mail reoelved al 3 p.m.
Dispatchod by carrier, i.U ����� ni-:
|    East Burnaby, dally except a"""aV'|
; Return malls received nf ' ,0 P' '"'
Dispatched by-currier L_'��0 nootti
Tlmborland, StrnwU-iry Hill.  TB*
days:and Fridays,  Return   maJU.'*
I eel red Tuesdays and Fridays.
! Dispatched by C. P. R- .hoal 1:30 Vm-
dally  (closes dally at the ��"���
time during winter- months:
Ladner,    Westham    Island,   ��"
i Oulchon,   Steveston,  Sunbury. ��'"
1 except Sunday.   Return malls rccel ���
ed from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and SBtu^ |
day.   Return mall on Wednesdays f
Saturdays. ,,.,
3    ami   BurnaWl
Vancouver,   No.
Lake; closes at 8:80 p.m.
cept Sunday.    Return mails
at 6 p.m.
Bnrnaby   lake.    Return
�����
received |
dally
mail
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��� IN ���
THE     DAILY     NEW8
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 0, ��':  (
To southern    polnrs,   daily e"00" il
Bunday.   Return mall 11 P- ra'
Diepatchcd by C.P.R. train at i'-1
m., mall closes at 2:80 p"1 ������
Calgary and Vancouver, No. ���
P. R. east, aecond mall). Ret"��� n"' '
received at 1 p. m. %.
Sapperton. No. 2; H-Wdj, m^
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday.
turn mall received at - p. ffl THE DAILY N EWS.
PAGE THREE
( PURE GOODS Aki_
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
*^sxatm*m\*m***%m*%*w*\\%***\*am**m*^^
YOUNG UD SENTENCED
TO THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL
BANK OF MONTREAL
MAY INVADE I). S.
Severity   of   Sentence   for   Trivial   Offence  Arouses   Resentment���
No Option of  Fine.
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.
%t
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of .satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAH.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require it.
BANKING KY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
W ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
this city and Burnaby lake.    Splendid
fruit land.   Adjoining land is held at
5400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
New Westminste-uBranch.     f. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
KHOICE BEEF
Ifreth Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
���t m
Pacific Meat Market
.MENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
W. K. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  16, G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  2!)!
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
,.-""" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    D____LERS 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
i Regina, March 11.���Considerable Ih-
dlgnatlr it Is expressed about the city
ovi . j case which arose in thr' police
1 courl mt Saturday, when ;t lad eleven
years of age wns senl to jail for
thirty days without tbe option of a
line.   The young hoy was of foreign
| birth and was one of the many news-
! boys soiling the daily papers of Regina. His name was Krazo. On
Staturday Constable Burrows saw t.ie
boy behind the premises of Cook,
Fi.;ts & Smith, where he had taken
possession rif a coupie ol pieces of
lead pipe and was nuu&ng away with
them. The policeman arrested the
boy at the time ami took him to the
city hall. Magistrate Trant was presenl iii tlie hall ami so the boy wa.s
given his trial Immediately, He had
been caught In the act of stealing th v
pipe and was sentenced to jail for
thirty days without the option cf .a
fine for the crime. The boy was Immediately taken down to the Regina
, jail and there he is    now doing    his
' tenn.
The Idea of the police in arresting
^ ] the  boy was  that  ho  should  be lee-
| tured by the magistrate and then
prol ably ordered taken home for pun-
Ishmt ut by his parents. They were
considerably surprised,   therefore,   at
Boston anch New Orleans
Chosen as Locations for
First New Branches.
Montreal, March 11���Thc statement
made her in financial cin: es that
the Bank of Montreal is about to Inaugurate a more expansive policy, aa
thej will open more branches in he
United States .and very likely, oa the
Continent of Europe, with a view to
take advantaSM of its exceptional opportunities to ileal with exchange.
The statement is made that witliin a
few months the Bank of .Montreal will
open In all the American centres
w.HTe an exchange business can be
worked up.
Boston and New Orleans ait. spoken
of .as prospective points as q starter
and more than likely other points will
have a branch.
As for Europe, the idea prevails
that a branch of the big bank will
very soon be opened in Paris. France,
whore another Quebec bank has al-
readv  been established.
PACIFIC SCANDAL.
The  Injunction John W. Sinclair Left
His Friends.
Hamilton, March 11���John W. S'n-
clalr, for many years a valued employee of the Grand Trunk Railway
company    In    t'.il s    city,     died     on
ORONHYATEKHA'S WIDOW.
Phone 192
��� *m*��*m*mm>m>m*q
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE     ...   ...      $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  London,   England,
.New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available will correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 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.
NW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. U. D. BRYMNER. Manager
the penalty handed out by the police j January (ith last. In looking over his
magistrate, in view of the extreme effects the other day. his son John
youth rif the Kid. came across a large printed street con-
A citizen today offered to pay a talning a full account of the great Pa-
fine for the l>oy, |bnt as there was no'cii'ic scandal away back in the sev-
option, the lad must serve out his ��� enties, which cost Sir John A. Mac-
sentence. ! doald his Premiership, and drove his
 ' party out of power.   Mr. Sinclair must
have been a diligent political student
in those days, as well as an    ardent
! _ Liberal, for on the back of the sheet
Foresters Do  Not  Know  Which  Wo-   ,    ,    ,      ...      , . , _,   T ,���
he had written his opinion of Sir John
man Should Get Policy. ... _ , ���. ,
7 I and his crew, and left an admonition
Toronto. March 11��� It now appears  for his sons.    Here is what he wrote:
| that it is because of tlie claims of tha      "Let this go down from generation
1 two "widows" of the late Dr. Acland> to generation, so that succeeding gen-
| Oronhyatekhas  that   the   Independent ierations  may  know  of the damming
Order of Foresters withheld payment I vilHany of  of   Sir John A. Macdonald,
on two policies for $2,000 and $3,000. j Allan  and the rest.    My sons, never
I A South Dakota divorce provides the  go Tory. They are rotten."     "J.W.S."
complication. 	
ROMAN POLICE PROPOSE
TO TATTOO ANARCHISTS.
| SMALLPOX SCARE SENDS
ROME INTO A PANIC
Manufacturer* and D.ater* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
�����    	
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
|k Canadian Bank of Commerce
*��P Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
Ue w.,_ HEAD ofP��CK, TORONTO.
I      "A'-Kflt, President ALEX.  LAIRD. General Manager.
Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
Ilk. , SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT.
��� Witn cf  tl l _J
W.__  """ upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and
the wlthd qUorter,y��    The depositor iH subject to no delay whatever in
awal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
W Wl':8TM!N8TER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. length's, vwjiich we will
deliver to any part of the city.
j C. WILLIAMS
l Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333
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Rome, Italy, March 11���A member
of the local ivolltical police squad, exclusively entrusted with the surveillance of anarchists, submitted a novel
plan for identifying the Reds throughout the world. It is proposed to tattoo
anarchists on the visible part"Df their
body with a small Indelible sign varying in color In different countries,
and known only to the International
|K>lice.
It is asserted by this system thw police would be enabled to watch anarchists, and thus prevent attacks similar to that made upon Chief Shippy,
Of Chicago. The idea is favored here,
although the. police refuse to discuss
it. until it has lieen approved by the
(lowers.
Attempt to Suppress News Results in
Exaggerated Stories of Outbreak
Being Circulated-
POOR COBBLER  IS HEIR
TO A LARGE FORTUNE.
COAL! COAL!!
!    Rome, March 11.���Tlie municipality
of Rome 'nas pursued a mistaken policy   in   endeavoring   to  suppress  the
uews of an outbreak of smallpox in
j this city, in the fear frightening away
j the  Spring tourist  trade,  which con-
i ftitntes a large source of revenue to
j the capital.    Instead of pacifying the
i public fears,  the  method pursued  in
| prohibiting  the  sending  of  all  tele-
��� grams  referring to the outbreak .ias
. given rise to the spread of the wildest
nnd most exaggreated reports.
There !s practically a panic in Rome.
All the vaccine material in the city
i has been exhausted, and a fresh su'p-
I ply has been ordered from Switzer-
| land. The Lazaretto of Santa Sabina,
I where the cases have been   isolated,
Boston, .March 11���A poor cobbler,
who lives on the outskirts of the city,.
Has fallen heir to a large fortune. The S h,,s ,,en "urroiraded by a cordon of
lucky shoemaker  ls  Victor Dc.lam.re. tr00p_'    This  actlon  ha8  resUlt?d _n
the shutting out of many tourists who
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
and the amount lie will get from a
long forgotten I'.nglish estate will be
about 1200,000.
The cobbler, who came here from,
Ontario, whore he is said to have had
a .small  establishment ln  Toronto, 1.'
are lodged in a near-by hotel, ,and has
caused much complaint.
Corporation Contributions Barred.
Ottuwu, March 11.���An amendment
P. O. Box 345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone  10S.
NEW WESTMINSTER
P Our...
At
ALL  'KINDS
Vall's Drug Store
i the heir of .lohn Terry, of Roston, and j to* the Election act ..as been given
j Northamptonshire. England. This, notice of by Hon. A. B. _Vyleswort__
i man, his uncle, was a sheep raiser j Among other things it provides tbat
j pnd miner in his day and grew rich.: all contributions to a campaign ftind
" ���_���_, j must De ma^e _Jtre0tiy to the candid-
DUNSMUIR HURRIES jute's agent and published by him.
TO CUMBERLAND MINES      Contributions from uny corporation
  I are forbidden under a penalty of $1,-
Nan io, March   11.���Hon,    James !f,0(l for each (loniUlon <�� imprisonment
Dtinsmulr arrived on  a  special  train 'for two y,>*1*8.
Before beginning to make the Misses' and Children's Dresses,
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. We are sure you will be convinced that it Is much
cheaper to buy them ready-made iban to make them up.
Wa will be pleased to show you everything.
by
The penalty for hiring teams to take
-a, electors to the poll is Increased and
j liverymen are made liable to a pen-
froni Victoria last night nml  left
special  steamer  for  Cumberland.
Is believed here that his visit Is con
nected  with  the  supply  of coal   fo-1 ally for hiring out such teams,
the United States fleet. Provision   Is   made  thnt  where "an
The American barge Fl'tzer sailed'lB,--tor1�� name is omitted from the list
from Union :iuiy this morning with I'"' ,my vote on a num terod ballot on
three thousand Ions of coul for the; taking oath tliat he is legally qualified.
United States navy at Bremerton. s
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Streel
Eyes Tested Tree
Wheat Preference Defeated.
Nelson's Population. London, March 11.���In a lively tie-
Nelson, R. 0,_ March 11���A city Imto In the House of Commons on
directory will be Issued In about two! food duties, an amendment favoring
weeks. It will contain some 2461 : a preference, on Colonial wheat was
itaiiios, and ivokonlng throe to the av- defeated by 898 to 90. Mr. Lloyd-
erage household, this would give Nel- <_.orge aroused Opposition cheers b)
son and suburbs n population of well admitting that the question was a real
over 701)0. . Hvo lmM
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And you never feel it on food.
Never lumpy.
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The execution  will  be  private,
ges tions.
Morgans
proprlatlon thv Minister used a sum1 fective thing heard in the House this
of money to meet h'.s travelling   ex-j session.   Even the subject of it, could
praises to the conference at Paris in   pot, with all his bravado, stand firm.
connection  "ii:i  ',lf' negotiations for  and after sonic squirming lie was con- ���'
I the French treaty, and to the Baltic to   strained to say, with poor grace, that
Inquire into the work done by the io-3-' he unreservedly withdrew   the   word
��� breakers,   Whatever may be thought��� "steal." j.
' of the practice of using money appro-1     The incident is a  significant    one.  '
nrlated   for  one   purpose  in  carrying   ft  Illustrates  how  ready the  Opposi-   reBt'
'       ' tlon is to indulge in    language    that   n'"1 wll] take 1,1:ice between "   B-  *'
should never be heard in Parliament  :in'' " !>' m'
(except when there is an intention to' '",hnson l'r,or t0 his crlm6' was we ' I
follow it up by definite and stern k"����� amon�� AtlanU negroes as t,ie
action. The Opposition has become a "Black S|,ort" He WM a -8mbler
faction. II has no policy or aim, and' ani1 ha(1 been in tml,llle many 1imes'
Is merely actuated by a rage for of-|Two ��n,ll<,k>- combinations have fol-
floe. Tliis would tie of small import-1 lowed hlm dllHug the c,osinS days
ance did it not lead to a degradation \ -f llis career-Friday and the thir-
of Parliament and a lowering of public teenth. The muMer for w1,,ch he is
life and public men In the general! to l,av the t,eath Penalt-V was committ-
estimation. And this amounts to an! ed on Priday' December B. He was
! injury so serious that it is very de-1 trieii on Frida>'. December 13, and he
plorable.���Toronto Globe.
The Standard of Perfection	
out another, there was surely a color
Achievement und good clothes al- 0f right In charging a part of the 'ex-
vtiv.s go together. A man who dresses pense of Mr. Brodeur's journey to the
poorly never receives the same con-j appropriation for ice-breakers,
Sideratlon as the man who dresses j Hon. Geo, B. Foster, however, did
carefully���critically. j not think so.   Ho applied the most ex-
See our spring woollens    for   sug-   treme terms to the act.   He character-
Opposite the Pos^ Offiqe.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
izetl it as stealing, and the words
"stealing" and "stolen" darkened all
h!s references to the matter. In the
present temper of a portion of the
Opposition the employment of such
words In Parliament lias unfortunately
been too common, but Mr. Foster is an
ex-Minister of the Crown, and what
might be treated contemptuously
when employed by men of the Bennett
calibre must he regarded differently
when emanating from a man who
won Id like to be treated as a serious
force in Parliament, The use of such
phrases is to be deprecated no matter whence they come, but In the cat
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THURSDAY, MARCH   12,   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pui
lishing Company, Limited, at their of a man who appreciates their forte,
offices, corner of Sixth and Front and I hat I hey should nol be used ex-
BtreetS,  Xew  Westminster,   B.  C. j cept   when   the   clearest    public  duty
  ' demands it, they tire especially worthy
E. A. Paige Managing Director j of censure. How gratuitously uncalled
  ���   for they were in Mr. Foster's r;**' wis
made   apparent   on   Sat unlay,   to   h's
great discomfiture,
Someone   with  a  long   memory  remembered  that  in    1892 Mr.   Fcste:'.
then Minister of Finance, took a ver;'
different view of a similar transaction.
In that year Mr, Foster paid his expenses to Washington out of an appropriation for commercial    agencie..
Mr. Wm. Paterson, the present Minister   of   Customs,   interrogated   Mr.
_'osler with regard to that and another
' similar perversion of   appropriations.
I Mr. Foster deSinded his action,   and
asked what  difference it  mads, as  it
l all came out of the same pocket.   The
! reading of this  passage on Saturday
, destroyed even Mr. Foster's imperturb-
I ability.    He endeavored to escape the
(shaft  by seeking to prove   that   Mr.
i Paterson  was  inconsistent,  and    unwisely called upon that gentleman to
defend himself.   Then followed some-
tlrng that those wlio heard it will not
soon forget. The rebuke, administered
In   that   calm,  measured,  and   Parliamentary style of which the Min'sti r of
Custom? is master, was the mo-' ef-
was first sentenced to be hanged on
Friday, January ,'i, and resentenc >'. to
Friday, the Thirteenth. fce hinged on Friday  March 13
Atlanta, Ga., March 12.���The arrangements have been completed at. j Regina, March 11.���Tlie. Saskatcbe-
the city prison for the execution to-! wan Telephone company, with head-
morrow of the negro Andrew Johnson,! quarters at Moose Jaw, has, like the
convicted of the murder of Policeman! Bell Telephone, intimated to the pro-
,T. A. Manier, while the latter was at-; vlncial government Its w'llitigne^s to
tempting to place the negro under ar-   sell Us plant and Uni -
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE   CO'Y.    Ltd,
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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."
PHILLI
ALD.  HEAPS ON  CANAL.
Various schemes 'have from time to
time, been mooted by people who saw
visions, to benefit Vancouver by bringing to it sections    of   the    universe,
amongst which have been some who j
wished the Mighty Fraser in one vest j
pocTtet, and the Cascade Range in the.
other, just to balance things.   We do
not   wish   to  surprise    our    leaders,
therefore-,   we   gently  break   t'ne   appalling news   that   Alderman   Heaps,
of Vancouver,  has  really  said  "That
the   time  has got   to come,   when  a
Canr.il between Burrard Inlet and the
Pitt River will be almost a necessity."
Outlining the Canal he put it at five
miles in length, whereas as the crow
flies it is somewhat over seven miles.
with a difference of level of fourteen
feet at each end, bnt at the four and
a half mile section it is 170 feet above
the  Inlet,  and   the  approximate  cost
when surveyed years ago was set at
two and  a  half  millions.    Now  this
two and _ half millions is required to
be spent to bring the Hamlin through
to the market they aie experimenting
with tn Vancouver for the second time,
thus saving a cord of wood or half a
ton   of  coal.    Added   to   this    there
would be the experiment of the Heat-
ley  wharf holding out ten  years Instead of  six  against   the ravages  of
the teredo.   Th!s mighty benefit would
roost the country $100,000 per   annum.
Alderman Heaps must be a Conservative  hunting  for   another    grievance
against  the Government.    It is only
fair  to  say though,   that  he    thinks
-mich  a  canal   would    minimize    the
danger of flood  In a   freshet    which
here,  arises   fourteen  feet   nearly    a
mile  wide, and   which   rise  this  far-
seeing alderman would care for in a
canal,   We would like to know what
���brand   Alderman   Heaps uses !
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SUPPLEMENTARY���MARCH.
Allam H. W Res Third Ave,
Barnet & McDonald  Mill  Lulu  Island
Batt, R. If Butcher    Sapperton
Broad, F Res Fourth Ave
Chapman's Billiard Parlor Columbia St.
Charleson, A.    Res Third Ave.
Cotton. B , lies First St.
Central Meat Market   Fifth Ave.
Da we, Mrs. E Res Cariboo St.
Davies, L. B Res Alice St.
Dunlop. W. E Res Princess St.
Empire Tailor Shop   Columbia   St.
Feeney, M. E Res Seventh  St.
Kirk, Mrs. L i Res Keary St.
Leaf, G Burnaby Grocer   Burnaby
Manchester, Dr Office  Columbia St.
McQuarrie, .V. H Res \lbert Crescent
McDonald, H Res Colum.ia St.
McGowan, M Kes Columbia St.  I
Nazareth Seminary  Seventh   St.
Richmond, F. A Res N'inth St.
Royal Columbian Hospital     Sapperton  ',
Stewart, D Res Sixth St.  |
Sato, C Res Eleventh  St.   ,
Schaake,   H Res Queen's  Ave.   I
Travers. ,1 Res Keary St.
Travere, J Butcher    Sapperton
Warwick, w Res Queen's A ve.
Watson,  S Res   St. George St.
Young G Res Sixth  Ave.
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MORAL ISSUES.
Rev. Dr. White In a letter over his
owu name in another column in this
issue practically throws down the
gauntlel to Aid, Fader and the Ciller
of Police. The Chinamen wW under-
took to erect the buildings now questioned go so Bar as to say they had
permission to build a dial line sec-
t mi bul thai sa'd permission waa rob-
B8Q_ently withdrawn, after the mar
oommenced, ami In view of the action
>iow tak'en, it would appear as
someone is trying to keep faith, We
think that while it may be difficult
���>o raise the moral status above   the
moral sentiment of the citizens, thnt
sentiment is now strong enough to
compel efficient control, and any
helpless Incompetence in effect such
control cannot be attributed (o the
Chief of Police or bis force Ir whom
die citizens, ns a whole, hiv ��� entire
confidence, We here lay down the.
principle that communications on this
subject must- be short and signed by
a liona fide resident of the city and
must be couched In terms fitted for a
respectable Journal tot publish.
NEWEST
SHOES
On the Market!
RUBBER STAMPJ
Made   in   Vane tuvi      by   exp
workmen,  with   lati     machinery!
and  be&l   materl lit    it moderate
THURSDAY, March \l\Z g. Bagio & son|
,  410 Hastings Street, Vancouver,
PRED RAYMOND'S
Special Company Presenting His   I'n-
precedented  Dramatic  OOmedy
Success
Old Arkansaw
A Production  Surrounded  by   Sumptuous and Elaborate Stage Settings Notable for
The Railroad Hold-Up !
The Arkansas Mob Scene !
The Jail-Breaking  Scene !
The Famous Conservatory Scerf !
The  Electric Fountain !
Comedy I ���Pathos !���Sensaticn !
Music ! ���Singing !���Dancing I
A   Great   Play I   A   Great   Company !
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber StampJ
Electric Blue-Printing |
Any Size
Maps, Charts and Draf'.ii
The  Vancouver   Map and Bin
Print Company,
] 441 Seymour St., Vancou!
WESTMINSTER OFFICE?
H. Neville Smith. B. C. I. S.
CrescentM
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c, and $1.00.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
We have been busy all week unpacking New* Shoes. Nearly
all our 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
M_��N'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.
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REMEMBER   TME   PLACE
^ Asiatic        j
Hj Exclusion League
OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
A General Meeting
I will be held
Friday Eve'g, March 13
at 8 o'clock,
��� IN ���
!      Eagle's Hall
Election of Officers and General
Discussion.
All Interested nre invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
.1. D. TAYI-OH. Seen tary.
For correct and attractive
Printing ��� the kind that
costs no more than the common  variety ��� try
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Daily News Block
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
ADVERTISE IN THE DAI
,V M:u'|
__.
NONE BETTER THAN
THE
THE GUN KICKED.
Hon. Mr. Brodeur mud. lt his business while In' Europe to look Into t.ie
question of winter navigation in    the
Balt'o. it is a question In which
Canadian, are becoming Ihtere^ted,
under the belief that  navigation both
on the Lakes and on the St. Lawrence
oould be considerably lengthened both
in the fall und ���prl08 b> the use of
Ice-breaking yessels An appropriation whs made nl the lust S��JW<0_ of
Parliament to enable the Minister to
have a vessel built suited for Hie
needs of our OUfpatei   Prom This ap-
^��.(^rCJ^.
WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
Johnston's
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
New Westminster
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC BOOT
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
anJ  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101 Phone 101
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THE  DAI Li   iSlEWS.
page nvi
The Cash Stores
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r Spring
Millinery
Opening
s ���
HAS
COMMENCED
| The City's  Grandest   Exposition   of   the
Season's Newest Fashions
Here, grouped into one complex array, are the
latest patterns in Millinery from New York, together
with hundreds of originals and copies from our own
workrooms. We have eclipsed all previous records.
The stock has been carefully selected by our own e,\-
perts, many of the stylish patterns being absolutely
exclusive, and will not be duplicated in the province.
We extend to the buying public of New Westminster a cordial invitation to attend our Opening.   If you would know the authentic styles for 1908, we
have them at the
Cash Stores.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Garments Ready-to-Wear
I )ur new spring stock is now cjmplete.
We passed through the customs yesterday the balance of our German Coats
and New Costumes. Our buyer from
this department is making a special
purchasing trip to New York this season, in order to have the very latest
productions, and guaranteeing absolute
protection to our numerous customers
by buying exclusive designs. A perfect
fit is guaranteed to every customer and
no extra charge for special fitting.
It only requires a visit to this department to demonstrate beyond a doubt
that this store is in the happy position
of catering even to the most fastidious.
^w Costume Materials
New Organdy Muslins
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T. H. SMITH
*^-B6a
i"���infield, Westminster; F. London anj
K. Trim. Westham Island;  H. Munn.
'W'csimin.sii
Stacey.
Spare,  McKe'own    ami
'I'lu. regular meeting of the Nefc
Westminster Liberal association will
be held in the club room this evening,
fijlght i acres Mclng.Burnaby lake; A new saw carriage haB been in-
$11'' pei re, on terms, White, Shiles stalled In the Royal City mills, which
& Co. **   will  shortly   be in  operation    again.
1 The planing mill is at present engagt d
on a special order, but will probably
close down this week to permit of the
overhauling of the machinery.
of local
meeting.
speakers are to address the
W.   E   Fales'  now   store on  Agnes
read}  In two or   three
days foi   the  reception of  the  stock
'���'���""��� the itora on Columbia street.
Sold
"B  c."
by Un
cigar.
ading distributors, tho
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The annual Inspection of the local
tnles of the Sixth reg ment, D- c-
0. It., will be held at the drill hall on
Tm    i iy, April  21.
acre  tr tit    ranch;    only    four
milt     from town, on good road.    Has
��� trull trees, also small fruits;
���   and    outbuilding;.    For    quick
sal.   a   $1550.   Abbott & Hyde. ��*
J, ll. Browhlee, C. E., Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office In (he Oulchon bloek. Phone 338. *
Five large boilers, requiring a Uat.
car each to transport them, arrived
in ��the city yesterday from Toronto.
Tlit.\ were shipped by the Poulson
1 inn Works, Toronto, and are consign'
.''1 tn the B- C. Pressed Brick Manufacturing company, of Stevston, to
Which place they will be shipped by
boat.
performance at once of the playhouses
here. It seems he was not in good
1 health and came here for a change.
Unexpectedly, he pulled an American
flag and a British flag from hie
pockets and dared any one to interfere with him. He was removed from
the theatre, and on the street, he
created such a disturbance and became so violent that the assistance of
the police was required.
The officers are now holding him as
day placed in position at the corner a dangerous person to be at large. In
of Sixlh street, and Sixth avenue, re- the last three days he has been shak-
placlng a box which was broken in in�� the steel bars of his cell, calling
some unknown manner a few days down all kinds of wrath on the he.ads
ago. Complaints have been made that of the policew ho dare to keep a free-
young lads have for the past few days >"">rn American from Dakota in jail
been In the habit of removing letters; and points to the American flag as
and postal cards from the box. The! proof. He refuses to give his name,
penalty for tampering with mall mat- ������
t��r is severe, and If the culprits can
be brought to book, an example will
be made of them.
A new drop letter box was yester-
VI      i.;,',. Grlndlej,
���li.. Columl i
on th   C   P. R. train yesterday after-
"....ti :     li.'! home al Edmonton, Alta.
For en  flower., noturueta    or run-
i'       di     '..   te ephone  T   Davies  &
Son, li jus. ���"���
Ti.i Ier arrived from Vancouver
to re i consignment of flour and
Ganges    h irbor,    Plumpers
pass.
Thii een a rea facing on North and
Clarke roads;  only    $1495,    on easy
i  terms.   White, Shiles <�� Co.
who lias been      Burnahy  potatoes, just reeeived
a
college, lefl  shipment of line potatoes at $1.40 per
ic ..
treel
Rtiiitlerh
ami Fifth
es    grocery,
avenue,
Sixth
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The date of the Y. M. C. A. vs. Sixth
regiment senior baskethnll match has
been set for Friday, March 27, when
both teams are expected to le in tho
best of shape. The game was to have
been played on Friday rrf th's week,
but, is post|K)ned owing to tht
tion of "Under tiro British Fli
scheduled for that day.
pioduo-
'..���ing
* *
The masts for the new Mayers &
Preston tug. to which the finishing
touches are now being put, are being
hewed out near the govenrment
wharf.
Dr. T. H. Levey, D ntist, has move.i
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. ������
A large boiler has ; een completed
for the Chilliwack Manufacturing company by the Vulcan boiler works, and
now lies at the C P. R. wharf awaiting shipment up the river.
The remains of Henry Arthur Wll-j
Hams, aged sixteen, were yesterday
brought to the city from Vancouver.
The deceased was a native of West-
r,;..ni Island and a grandson of Henry
Trim, of ihe island. He was a miner
hy trade and died in the hospital al
Vancouver. The funeral will leave
Pales' i arlors, Agnes street, at noon
today to the family plot in the Roman
Catholic cemetery.
An illustrated lecture on ''Life in
the Far North1' will be delivered by
Rev. A. E. Hetherington, B.A.. B.D., in
Queen's avenue Methodist church nn
Tuesday evening. March 17, under the
auspices of the Women'. Missionary
societv. Admission 25c- **
YOUTH  GOES  INSANE
WHILE   AT  THEATRE
Victoria, March 11.���Ther. is a
pitiful case at the police station in a
lad of eighteen years coming from
Seattle recently, who went suddenly
insane while  nl lending  an  afternoon
MESDAMES
Moore & Campbell
.. Announce Their ..
MILLINERY OPENING
Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday,
March  11th. 12th, and  13th
'Latest styles and shapes
ion's  centre."
from fash-
Bank   of   Commerce   Building,
opposite the Post Office.
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The  "Auto"  cigar
favorite smoke.
t=
bocomtng
Joe Cairiian, who for some time 'has
been baggage agent at the C. P. K.
di pot, has left the service of the rail-
waj company, and will take a course
of tuition at college. His successor
commenced work yesterday.
A favorite of th.
'Brllllante" cigar.
e.li.(- smokers,
he
A special car yesterday afternoon
brought to thee ity the fifteen Hinlus
sentenced to twelve months Imprisonment for contravention of the Natal
art. A number of provincial pol'oe
accompanied tht' prisoners and saw
them placed securely in the jail.
All kinds rif pot plants and cue
flowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone IS4. **
The  ways are being laid  for    the'
atinching of the new  dipper dredge, :
which will take place as soon as the
i
missing   guides    are    obtained    and
rivetted in position.   Except for   this,
the    vessel was  ready  for launching
several weeks ago, and s;nce that time
other  work has    been    done  which
could  have waited.    The decks have
lieen laid and the caulking of the deck
seams will be completed this week.
Ten acres facing on North road, one-
half slashed; only $120 an acre. $600
cash, balance easy terms. White,
Shiles & Co. ��*
Owing to a bad mud slide and washout on the main line of the C. P. R.
yesterday morning near Ashcroft, the
transcontinental traffic is pretty much
tied up. The westbound passenger
Was stalled at tl^e far side of the slid.
and will not get through until about
6 o'clock this morning, according to
reports received here. The eastbound
left Vancouver as usual, but must wait
at Ashcroft until the line Is clear,
there being no possibility of transferring.
THE LARGEST CONSIGNMENT OF
Wilton, Axminster and Brussels Carpets
ever shipped into R. C. has just been received by
LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
Just call and see the newest and most up-to-date patterns for this
bison's goods, in all colors, shades, patterns and designs; fancy
florals, fawns and beautiful Orientals, all of the highest English
���-���:���,i ��� i. These carpets were bought before the raise in prices, and
ar,. now being offered at 25 to 80 per cent less than elsewhere.
DON'T buy odd remnants ami old stock, because they LOOK
cheap, lut call and see us before you decide on this spring's carpets.
We 'nave NO OLD STOCK TO DISPOSE OF.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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I Public Supply Stores
The registered  letter,  money order
and savings hank departments of   the
post office have been removed to their,
permanent quarters at the east end of
the  building.    The new arrangement
Is not only much more convenient, but
also greatly improve, the appearance;
of the building. I    Three local footballer, will figure In
the All-Canadian team which will play
against the All-Irish team at Recreation park mi Saturday in the interna-
Twelve lots on Sixth avenue, southerly slope. 100 feet from new Vancou-i��
ver tram and 300 feet from Eburne
tram 11m1; $21.0 each; easy terms. Wi 1
sell separately. White. Shiles &
Co.
I,
Ladies' an I
ed, dyed  and
gentlemen's suits clean-
repaired,.    Royal   City
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
We   are   handling   the   Niagara
brand same as used by Ihe fruit
growers ��� In Oregon ami p commended hy the officials <>r the as.o-
elation of British Columbia Wp
oan sell It by the barrel or less. It's
.about half.the price of other ready
made stuff or thG same formula. It
comes liquid anrl no sediment
Place orders at once.
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tlonal series. J. Davison, S. Canfleld
nnd H- Munn. Others would probably
fi-u-t? been 111 the game had the big
thistle-Rovers game not been named
ror the same dale. The. selected tenm
for the Canadians is as follows:    Goal,
.lohn Davison, Westminster; backs, ,T.
Trim nnd H, Qulchon, Wesihntn island: halves, it. Qeorgeson, H. Cosu-
llck, and W. Savage. West ham Island;
forwards, 0. Trim. Westham Island; s.
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 humoripg try a bottle ot olives. Should you already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives ls
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
We are
Specialists
m*    .. in ..
Infants' Outfits
We sell them cheaper than you
can make them.
Got our prices  first.
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
721   Robson   8t.,   Vancouver.
Everything for  Children
w.
HE3E.
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F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In oharge  <��*,��;�����
���f the Optical Depigment        ' W. ..FFCr.D, eP:..��n, =��i-"����la �����
IS   NO  GOOD  TO   YOU,    BUT    1
���
WILL   PAY   YOU   CASH   FOR   IT
IF YOU INSURE    IT   WITH   ME.
1   INSURE ALL  KINDS OF  LIVE
STOCK  AGAINST DEATH   FROM
ANY CAU3E.
POLICIES   WRITTEN   IN   CAN
-
ADIAN COMPANIES ONLY.
WRITE OR CALL FOR RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY.   MARCh
1908.
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BRITAIN BARS CA..0..'. KAY; ROOSEVELT .liBilESSE.
AFRAID OF CATTLE DISEASE      CONOl.tSS Of MOTHERS'
I.
Will Not Have Any Appreciable Effect   Enemies of  Race  Suicide    Listen    to
cn Trade���Surplus Will Be Sold Word,  of  Wisdom   From Advo-
to  United  States. cats of Large Families.
Montreal, March  11���Quite  a sen-      Washington,  March 11���It    was  a
-     ��� .;   was   produced   amongst  those   moat   distinguished   gathering of  wo-
, . men that Pres'd nt Roosevelt rec iv\d
interested  in the hay ti.de when in-   '���'������'
.   and  addressed    at The   ..lute  House
formed   that   ihe  Briti.-h   government ,,   * .      ,   . ���
this afternoon, the occasion being the
had prohibited the importation of fornia] opening of- the fiiv.t interna-
hay and straw Into Croat Britain', tlonal congress of mothers, for which
Thr. measure has been the result of preparations have been .in progress
uca agitation amongsi  British con-  for nearly a year. The delegates pres-1
en: represented nearly every state in j
the  infection   of  much
the   uniou and   several foreign coun-
m
sunn rs   ovel
hay Imported, which has transmitted t].jes_ Tm5 visitors were formally pre
the dreaded fool and mouth diseas" se_.ted to the President and Mrs.1
to thr' live sock red on It. At Leeds. Roo.evelt by Mrs. Frederick Schoff
Eng.. last January, a case of foot of Philadelphia, president of the Na-
and mouth disease was detected in fjonal Congress of Mothers, under
some live stock. As it Is a fatal dis- whose auspices thc international con-
ease ,and very contagious, being even _,._ss _as assembled. President Roose-
capablf of transmission from cattle vf.]t gave a cordial greeting to the del-
or sheep to human being-, a rigid egates and told them of the deep per-
Bearch was instituted, and the source B0_a] interest he felt in their work,
nf the disease was traced to some hay The international congress is to re-
which had been imported from Scan.!- main in daily session for on i week,
inaviu. An agitation on the pari of The welfare of the child is the gentile British consumers resulted in a era] subject to receive attention. Cn-
petition being drafted, and sent to the (jer this general head many topics
Board of Agriculture, and now enacted will be discussed, such as compulsory j
as law. education, the place of physical exer-,
This drastic measure will not have r|Se in the school curriculum, house-
any appreciable effect on the Cana- hold economics, Industrial schools, co-
dian hay trade for some time ,at least, education, provision for the epileptic
Canada during the past three or four and insane, the causes of delinquency,
years has shipped little hay to Eng- truancy, vagrancy, theft and Immoral-
land, owing principally to the low [ty, the probation system and ref\,rma-
prices ruling there. Any surplus of tory work, the work of the juvenile
hay Canada has will be shipped into1 courts, the relations of the home and
the Onited States, where good prices the school, tenement laws, pure food
are paid. laws, playgrounds and parks, and the
' regulation of child labor, marriage and
LIVES OF CAPITALISTS divorce.
The regular program opens tonight
THREATENED IN NANAIMO   witn an a__ress on "Children of the
  ' United States," Iby  Elmer  E.  Brown,
Nanaimo, March 11.���Ching Cniuig ^n^oner 0f education. Many
Yung and Bing Kee are the names of j 0ther well known speakers will, be
two Chinamen interested in a deal yes-; hear<1 durjng the congreSB, judge Ben
terday whereby the ground on which R Lindsey, of Denver, will speak on
i hinatown is situated was purchased ; "The Treatment of Erring and De-
lrom the Western Fuel company, pendent Children"; Miss Mary S.
Tin Be Chinamen are said to be the Barrett, of Philadelphia, on "Educa-
men most heavily Interested. It is be-1 tlon of thP Deaf��. Charles P. Neil],
Iieve. ...at their Intention is to farm : of tne department of commerce and
the land purchased on a large scale.' ]abori on -rh(, Home and ChjId
In connection with the deal it is said study": Edward Allen, of Boston, on
thai Chinamen not in the deal are , -The Education of the Blind," and Dr.
greatly excited, and are of the opinion Harvey W. Wiley, chief of the bureau
that Bing Kee and Ching Yung,are in of chemistry, on "Household Econo-
a game to hold them up in a financial   -lies"
way.   Threatenlrig language, it is sa'd, I ,
has been used towards Chinamen by j
their own countrymen, some even go-   MARINE ENGINEERS
ing so far as to say they will shoot, TO CONTINUE STRIKE
the capitalists.    The latter, who are' 	
aware of the  feeling    in  Chinatown,      San Francisco, March 11.���After an
have been  making* themselves scarce  exciting session  the members of the
around that section of the town. Marine Engineers'    association,    now
\     * ��� on strike, took a Becret ballot tonight
LAND REGISTPV ACT.
Take  notice  that  application    haa
been    made   to   register    Henry   T.
Thrift as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from Surrey mun;-1
cipality,  to  Henry T.   Thrift,   bearing
date the llth day of September, ._._*.
l'M'o, of all and singular that  certain
parcel or tract of land and premise!
situate,  lying and being in the district of   New Westminster,   in   the
province of British   Columbia,   more'.
particularly  known and  described  as
lots 10  to  U inclusive, block  1,   and
lots 7 to 12 and  17 to 2d Inclusive*,]
block    2,    subdivision    of    southwest
quarter of section 11, townshiu 1.
You and eacii of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall regfster
Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby direct that publication for one month in a daily newspaper published at Xew Westminster1
will be good and sufficient service
thereof and by mailing one copy to
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 Gerbrich, now Catherine
Kirby.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persona claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons 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 Belting up any claim to or in respfct of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
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PRINCE OF ABYSSINIA
and decided to continue the strike,
i     All but, five or six   of   the   steam
EXPELLED FROM GERMANY   schooners carrying lumber, and owned
  , by shippers of San Francisco, pr'nel-
Hamburg, March 11.���Prince   Lud- pally the lumber companies, aie fled
wig Menelik, of Abyssinia, has been up iby the strike,
expelled from Germany as an unties!.-     Attempts to secure non-union   engi*
able foreigner. nr.P,.s ),  avefniler]  tor the most    part
The prince is a near relative of the and the owners declare they will conking of Abyssinia and a negro. For a Untie to let the vessel, remain Idle
long time past he has been malting un- rather than accede to the demands of
successful efforts to   organize   com- the engineers,
paniea for ihr. exploitation of mines, 	
rubber and cotton In the kingdom of
his relative] He had been charged re-
peatedly with drunkenness and disorderly condtift In various parts of
Germany.    He  has  already  been    ox-
palled from Saxony,
BUILDING IS BURNED JUST
BEFORE PUPILS TROOP IN
Toledo, Ohio, March 11.���Napoleon's
Union sohool, the largest bti'lding of
thr' I,in.I in the stale, which was completely remodeled only lasl April, and
French Again -Rout Moroccans. had  cost   the  county    |110,000    alto-
l'uris, March 11.���In the last fight gether, was destroyed by fire ihis
in Morocco between French forces morning A possible repetition of the
us ��� i General D'Amade and the Mad- Oolllnwood horror was averted by only
rakai nnd Miab trtbeamen, reported j* Quarter of an hour in the time of the
by the French commander yesterday, starting of cue Are, .'is thr. childten
Lhe French losses wire one man kill-; w,,|,<' on their way to school and some
ed and seven wounded. The enemy "sre playing In the yard when h was
was routed and abandoned everything! discovered. At 9 o'clock, when the
In their (light. The tribesmen con- pupils should have been Jn tb��tr seats,
t'.nue to gather In large number., on the main pari of the building was a
ihr. Algerian frontier. ', mass of flames,   The structure Is   a
total loss.   Elgin hundred pupils were
enrolled in the school,
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Examining Warehouse, Winnipeg, Man.," will he received at this
office until FRIDAY, March 20, 1908,
inclusively, for the erection of an Examining Warehouse at Winnipeg,
Manitoba.
Plans and specifications can .be
seen and forms of tender obtained at
this Department and on application
to Joseph Greenfield, Esq., Supt. Pub.
Bldgs.,   Winnipeg,  Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form Bupplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made payable to the order
of the Honorable the Minister of Public 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 fall to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not accepted, the cheque will  he returned.
The Department does not hind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender. By order,
FRED.   GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, February 21; 1908.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If they Insert ft
without authority from the Department.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
TIME TO REGISTER.
Only four weeks now remain
ror those who ar. uot already
on the vote���1 11.1 to have their
n.inira registered, Those .who
have ..ine i,! reside In the city
(lining the past year, and young
men who have attained the age
Of 21  should Bee thai  they  are
nol .:. prlvi .1 of their right to
have a voice in the coming
Oom'nlon election by failure <>n
thi i: ni to registei In time,
as the ','��� t compiled ui the owning courl of revision will tnosl
likely be the one used al the
nexl eleotlon, The time to
register in RIGHT NOW,
RAT EATEN BODY OF OPIUM
FIEND FOUND UNDE.. WALK
Stiu   FranolSCO,   March   11.    William
Adix, a mining inspector from Nome,
Alaska, who was said to h,ave been
addicted to the use of opium, crawled
tinder  the  sidewalk  OH   Minna   street,
near   fourth   street,   some  time  Sun
day afternoon and died.   This morning
the body was    round    in a  horrible
state, having been   attacked   b,. fan.'
Ishfitl rals. Aillx, In coiiipauv with a .-
ottyer man, was seen lasl Sunday not
11 fan from ihe apol where ihi' body
was found. That wis the lasl seen
1,1 thorn an nlive, and II h though!
thai ai'ier taking a puff of bis pipe,
which wns found lying hy hii sbl...
deiith r;iiue nml ended his pleasant
IV.;ie'r.-
Re James Taylor, Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that all
creditors and other iiersons having
any claims or demands against the
estate of James Tuylor, late Of Fort
Langley, In the province of British
Columbia, deceased, who died on the
.10th day of November, 1907, and whose
wlll was proved In the supreme courj
of British Columbia on the 25th day
of January, 1908, by Joseph Mayers
and John Taylor, the executors therein
named, aie hereby required to sent1
particulars In writing of their claims
or demands to mo tho undersigned
the solicitor for the said executors on
or before the 20th day of March, liRlx,
at the undermentioned address, al'te������
which date the said executors will
proceed to distribute the assets of tin.
said James Taylor, deceased, ainongs;
the parties entitled thereto, having p.
gnrd only to the clnlms nnd demands
of which they shall then have hud
notice nnd the suld executors wjll nol
he liable for the assets of lhe said
James Taylor deceased or any part
thereof so distributed to any person
or persons of whose claims and demand! tlioy shnll not then have had
notice.
Dated this 20th day of February. A.
D��� 1908.
A. WHEALLER,
Solicitor for the said Joseph Mayers
nnd John Taylor, Executors.
Hygienic Dairy, Limited
Incorporated Under the Companies Act  (B.C.)   1897 and Amending  Acts.
Capital $250,000, in 25,000 Shares of $10.00 Each
Ten thousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 Der share, m.
eluding a premium of fifty cents per share, the whole payable as follows:
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 00 cents per shar
Payable on Allotment���.10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of .application.
The balance, $80.00, being payable In eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.
The following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and others, havi atBd
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.I. A. L. KENDALL, Esq., .M. i).
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. ' W. S. HOLLAND, Esq., (Insurance .gentt
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). J. A. FLETT, Esq., (Hardware Mei
H. A. EASTMAN. Esq. New Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the exercised the
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned hy 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 absolutt i    clean and
pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germO.   The need of such a ml ,
so well known that there is no need to dilate on this question, lhe plans of lhe Compain
earnest support of the Medical Society, Che Provincial and City Health. Officers, nnd ever.,   i] . ., tne
City.
An option ha. been secured at a very favorable price on the well known Cruickshank Farm al M | qui
close to the C. P. It., and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line. This property comprises 640 a n of
wiiich 100 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance is rich pasture. It is proposed reel
thoroughly modern barns with cement floors throughout, well ventilated and lighted, and a modern ��� and
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 consi
the quality of the land, the improvements and the situation.    It  would be hard to find    tt  farm    better
adapted for the   purpose of a large modern dairy.   The terms of purchase  are |25,000 cash, and tht   bal
a nee in fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized from ihr. sale of 10,000 shares now offered, there will ��� m In
$7."..uoo after paying the cash portion of the price of th" farm property. It is believed that this amount
will be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings .and equipment .and the purchase of ..:- ill ..00
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 Company
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own .barns and premises are concerned, and will welcome
such inspection tit till times.   It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to appoint a committee ��� : In
spection.
The City records of 1907 show 14. deaths of babies under twelve months' old, and medical men have
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent., or say 183, of these deaths are directly traceable to milk,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption, lt is needless to say that 148 does not by any
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as It is the number of those under twelve month! uf
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected in Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion 3ov-
eminent authorities, only two samples reach l!>_ per cent., which is the average Canadian percent e of
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as either watered or skimmed, and were elow
:; iter 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 clea illness
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the    necessary capital for the erection ol
cement floored barns, properly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling ma
ery, 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 the
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking <ind delivery, without the aid of
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. This drug prevents milk turning sour, even if r \:�� Bed
to lhe 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 t<> quality and purity, it do nol
propose to pasteurize milk, which at'est is a,makeshift.
It should he clearly understood that pasteurized milk is not pure milk; it is only Impure milk wi, cii
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 D< W
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 cleat),
���and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will he aerated und cooled to a temperature of us degrees, put iu sealed bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the same f mp1 ":i
lure; this will prevent the need of drugs In summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the pr<v :::
Hon of injurious bacteria In the milk, to which Is attributable the enormous Infantile mortality D tha
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 B
special .study of all matters connected wilh the handling and feeding of callle.
Paper estimates of profits ale some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing OUl
the well known fact that .all the dairy farmers'In the district have been for many years doing very well In
deed, and Ihe milk distributors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making a profit
of $100 per day all last summer,
it is well known that In m> part of Canada can cow feed be produced cheaper than in tbe Lowei
.'raser Valley, and as similar companies In the United States, which sell their milk at lower prblei than
.are current here, pay good dividends, there is no reason why this Company should not do the s.nv 01
the use of milking machines nnd labor saving devices ln handling the feed, manure, etc, etc., should offssl
the higher wages of this Const. ��
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep GOO cows, but It will be obviously Impossible lo get thla number In l
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tue hot weather begins, lt Is doubtful if
more than 100 cows can the obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings completed. In si Wag
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and It Is nol
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation and
as there wlll be probably many people of small means In urgent, need of this milk, the shares bavr beon
put at a price, and on terms, within Ihe roach of nil.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified their Intention of becoming shareholders:
SIMON J. TUNSTALL, M. D.
JOHN P. H__LLIW_5LL.
CHAS. B. HOPE.
J. B. GRI1TEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
K. M. LOGAN,
F. It. (I LOVE It.
A. L. KENDALL, M. 1).
II. D. GILLIES, M. D,
O. M. JONES, F.n.C.S., Victoria.
CILAS. M   MACDONALD.
j,   w.   BLAND, V. S,
A. P. I'UOCTEH, M. D.
W. E.  BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L. D. TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON,
W. II. GUNN.
,1. VV, DeM. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A.  0,  WELLS, Chllllwaek.
II.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
II. (I. BOSS. ���
WALTER (lit A HAM. M.R.C.8,
D. ll. KERR, Victoria,
L. T. Dl'PONT. Victoria,
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria,
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J. .1. LOGAN,
ri, S. R0LSTON,
l.ICHAUn s. FORD,
1). THOS, TEES.
W. s.4_olland.
.1. .1. JONKS, Westminster,
il. L. BDIUJONDS, Westminster,
A.  FLETT.
P. nowE.
M,  P, THOMSON.
II.  A.   EASTMAN, Wi'Slm't' '"���
j.rospeotus_i and  forms for application for shares can be obtained  from
HOPE, GRAVELEY A CO., Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia��� oi���
H. A. EASTMAN, New Westminster Till. DAILY NKWS.
fai___ SEVEN
parties whose '..nder are rejected Willi
be returned within ten days after the
signing or the contract.
Attention 1, railed to the following
clauses In :'.< form of contract:
Have YOU Seen The
BABY ELEPHANT
..��� ,-'"���'���"�����?. \.&'')   Jf*
\tA\i^d��._i
CONTRACTORS.
All  im.-h.nles, laborers,   0- (,tb      .U a      c mi      _______________ _______!   _.
tLi._i8hadeof Worsted, also the Grey
persons who perform labor for the pur-
jgAbED
|i, underslgned.
velopi
received
ilssioneP
Hdllway
o'clock noon
5NDERS   addressed
marked on the
to
en-
><>ses of th ��� construction or the work's I --d brown? They are all new and   &E&
hereby contracted for,  shall _ ^^^
be
of   the
^mJBuch wages as.are generally acceded ICOnect in evei7 particular.
ns current for competent workmen In
Transcontinental' th�� distri<t in which the work Is being performed, and if there is no current rate in such district, then a fair
,Mll,    [or Construction," will
lived al the offloe <)C ,he Ct)I"-
until     twelve
*t   Ottawa,
I Ti.isday, tho 10th day, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the work required; a��d rea8��-able rate; and, in the event
of a dispute arising as to what is the
1FK.P0RAKY HOTELS MAY     ANARCHISTS MAY FLOCK
FttOViDE ,.C.OI_J_.D..Til).    TU MONTREAL FROM ii.S.
Contractor Offers to Build Huge Cara-   Result   of   Decision   of   United   States
Your inspection invited.
_____��� __��� U
a,,,   construction, In accordance
,or, th, pia     profiles and speciflca-
, ah0 contnilssloners, of the fol-
tlons ut [J
section.- ��^^^^^^^^���
___^|
-From A point de-
J. N. AITCHISON
  th" Traiiscontlnon-
fSM I
tal Kailwa.v,
,11   [.strict 'A.'-
plans  of  the   Com-
NOTICE
current or a fair and reasonable rate U���       ,   Merchant Tai,or
It shall be determined by the Commis: b'a St" NEW Westminster
sioners, whose decision shall be final."
"This agreement Is subject,   to the
regulation,   now   in   force,   or   which
may  at any    time   hereafter    he    in	
f��rre during the  construction of thei
mission'':       ���   '  the .-..sth mile west  works hereby contracted for, made un- Re  Bite for  wharf an.l   Doom oa  tn
P-ncton ' i the crossing of the In-  _e, n]l, ftut_orlty of the Deparlment of "r fiver, near New Westmin
gonial railway at or  about mile  Labor, and whirl, are, or shall be  ap- Bter. B. C.
I i :          '     'Ut 39'7(mile"-    ",ir:,:i1" "' 8Uch ���*8-" ^he schedule Ni.  ICE Is "hereby given that tn
(2) District 'A-From a point,   de- of minimum wages determined upon undersigned  H. G  Baruet and  Hugh
^ted on the plans of   the Com- by said Department will form part of McDonald, Loth of the city of   New
sl-lone,               ' the cross ng  the contract.) Westminster, in the province of Brit-
of tie H     ' '         ral,wfy   hy   "'"       Th" oontrwrtor shall in connection ish c ��� lmbla> U]iU 6w         havl
as-wni              Hwaj at mUe 97:1   with tbe whole ot the said won.,   as ;)Ued          . excellency the governor
"       ,              the Tobique river,  far as practicable, use only material, general-ln-councll, for'the approval o
lot about mile 16o.;   less one mile,   machinery, plant, supplies and rolling| a certaln site. for the conslructlori o��
a distance of
Roof of your house or
barn gone back on you?
No wonder after the hard winter.
l:cw can stand it.
Put on a new one of Ruberoid
Roofing,    No trouhle then.
Ruberoid is an elastic roofing and
will stand all kinds of weather ���
heat, cold, sun, rain, wind; makes
no difference to Ruberoid.
It is weather-proof and fire-re*
tilting.
Will not melt, crack or rot.
Mrrst easily applied and requires
no painting.
Call or write for full particulars,
..... 11-.. and prices.
vanserais at Quebec for Thousands of Guests in July.
Authorities to Deport These People  Bad  for Canadj.
Montreal, .March 11���Law-abiding
.eopie in Montreal, as well as the
small anarchist community that the
city shelters, have an Interest In the
order issued yesterday to the c:;nmiis-
Ottawa,     March     11. ��� A
problem  in  connection  with  t.he  ter
centenary   celebration   in   Quebec   the
last  week in July, at which H. R. H.
the Prince of Wale, is to be present,
will be the providing of accomoda- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tion for the tens of thousand* of si,mers of immigration and Immigra-
people who win dock to the old city. Won inspectors to co-operate with the
All roads will lead to Quebec that police In ridding the country of ,alien
week One way of overcoming the anarchists and criminals falling with-
difficulty will be the erection of huge' ln ���,.. aeportatlon ,aw.
i temporarv hotels.    A    Chicago    con-
, ,    .  , Tin;   almost   certain   result  ot  this
tractor  has   already    undertaken    to
! erect,  within  two months. a  tempor-   order wil] be an influx int0 Montreal
itry  hotel  capable    of    accomodating'of  American  anarchists,   who    know
many thousands of people,
that tas the law .stands at present they
a certain wharf and boom, situate on
i tout  67 miles. stock   manufactured  or produced    In
(3) District -A-From   a   point de- Canada, provided the same can he ob- the south side of Lulu Island on thei
iiiatedon         Ian   of the Commis- tained as cheaply, and upon as goo,] ,hon <if th_ prager rl___  ,i;e   ^
si���������, at oi  u< ar the ToblQUe river terms. In Canada as elsewhere, having ,,0..^ , ...^ th   honorau],   the mln.
to a Point sh .wn .... the    said  plans ��*��d to quality and price." .^ q. public ^ &) Q
"' <"" T"��n ��f Thp ���n,ractor sha" ���<o��� to thei Qf sajd wh.,.f a���d             whi.h t      |
Cra���d Falls, li   th.   Province of N*w Bre regulations adopted  by tho Com- [)n])Q^ tQ c(mstruct on .__d ^^J
���������. , ,             tancp of about   31 E missioners, and also to the laws and      ...       ...             .     ��� ,     ---   ���
Bru���. a (.., J  aisutuc    ot   .iDoiu   ,ii.o _^_               ^      ^ ^    ^    ^        ^ . v-jtu wrj.er   lying south of lot 757, in
mile.
T.J.Trapp&Co
LIMITED
New Westminster
The   Canadian   Militia   Department  can have a safe asylum here,
will have its hands full in mobilizing.     Chief Carpenter  stated  today   that
as now proposed, a brigade of twenty   unless the federal government issues
or  thirty thousand   strong.  an<:
ing them.   Col. Biggar .and   ���
cers of the department have
uring on th's for several week
feed
r offi
  regulations respecting fires in the dif-
""lu pisti . From   a  point  de-; ferent provinces wherein the work   is
; 8|gnated oi I ins of the Commis-   being performed.
I.;,,:,,-   at or near the boundary lino
group 1, In the district of New West-
ta
between the Pro\\nces of Quebec and
pr Brunswick, westerly a distance
of about 52.4 miles.
(5j Dlstrl D'��� From a itoini. de-
liinateil on th< plans of the Commie-
do. ri .ht miles west of the
AHtl-i Ftlver  crossing,   in the   Province of Onl westerly for a dis-'
unre of a out   100  miles
[6] DIsti 'E i-'ront a point de-
signated on th< plans of the Commls-
sioners :_   miles west of thc
(mil. '.'. id liiv r. neur Lake
mlgt i i' ...Ince of Ontario,
easterly tor .. distance of .about 75
miles.
Pian.-. profiles and specifications
��� thi   office nf the Chief
ulneer ol thi Commissioners at Ot-
na; also it. the oflin.. of the District l-_n:���:11��� -: concerned, viz: Guy
t Dunn S lohn N n.; A. K. Don-
��t. Quebec, P. Q.; .lohn Aylen, Act-
taj District   Engineer,    North   Bay,
Tho right is reserved to reject any
or ail tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Ci.mniissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 1st February, ions.
ft
EMPRESSES*
Newspapers will not he paid for this
advertisement if they insert it witn-
out authority from the Comn,:?sionor0.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
minster and  province aforesaid,    to f���JSIcf^E'^/ifexJcJ-
...        ���   =FINEST   AND   FASTEST=
gether with a description ot the proposed site thereof described by mates
and bounds; and have also deposited a
duplicate of each in the office of the   is.ooo ( EJ4PRESS OF-BRITAIN \ t4,50u
registrar of deeds for the said district' "��� -"a*" I EMPRESS OF IRELAND.     TONS
of New Westminster, In which distri.t 	
said work is proposed to be construct.
ed; in accordance with the require-, BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
ments of section T of the "Navigable points IN THE OLD COUNTRY
Waters'   Protection  Act,"   Chap.  115;c\\  he ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
instructions nothing can'" be. don., by
the police or detective forces lo pre-
l fig-, vent even criminal anarchists coming
to Montreal, where, as Emma Goldman's recenl visit Indicates, they
should have some sympathizers.
Should any bomb throwers or active
anarchists arrive, they will, however,
Montreal, March 11.-Following the   always be under a certain amount of
recent seizure of 6,000 pounds of beef  ^Pervlsion,  though    nothing  cart be
MUCH   BAD   MEAT SEIZED
BY    MONTREAL   AUTHORITIES
unfit for food, a civic inspection was
done to interfer with their movements
made vestordav forenoon of all co]d. or their meetings. Though they could
storage houses of the city. Th , re- f'oncot their >'lots in M<M_.real, there
suit was that a total of 4.000 addition-   s no ODe in the city a&aimit who,n jt
H. S. Can. 1906.
D ted   at  New  Westminster,  B.  0.
the    tth day of January, 1908.
h. g. barnet,
hugh    Mcdonald.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
FIC
N'.'xt    sailings    of
April 3 and April 17.
the    Empresses
nl pounds of meat, found unfit tor tie,
w s confiscated by civic inspect.rs ind
ordi   ��� I to be cremated.
Dr. .!. .1. McCarrey, chief civic food
Ins..rtor, states that the confleca
meat had evidently been in the
war. houses for many months and was
dri> I up, In many cases little hut bone
being left. It Is not certain that at��;.
of this meal would have ever been offered for salr. but it was a safe precaution to confiscate it.
is   likely   their
directed.
operations   would   be
TOO FAT FOR CELL.
PENITENTIARY
SUPPLIES,
Armstrong.   Nepigon,
I tat: and T   3
���
Persons t. ndering are notified that
tendr-rs will not be considered unless
Mdi' In duplicate, and on the print-
f forms supplied |jy the Commls-
sioners
A separate tender must be suhmit-
|W lor each Bection,
Tenderers .hail not be in any way
���Wltlcd to rely u)>on the classification,
or any   other information given  by
"��' person on behalf of the Commls-
taiers;  and   before   submitting   any
'���end('r- bWder8 should make a careful
fowiiti.it ion   of   the   pl^ns,   profiles,
drawing.  :ltl,i sperlficatlons, and read I *> CX)al
IM form, to be executed,  and fully j 2. Coal  OU.
pa thenselvei as to the quantity j 3. Cordwood
W quality of materials,  and char-M- Drugs.
lc!�� of workmanship required;  and  &��� Dry Goods,
^understood to accept and  ngroo  ����� Forage.
?�� bound by, the terms and con-1 I. Fresh  Fish.
'Itloiis ^^^^^^
SEALED TENDERS aildressed "Inspectors    of   Penitentiaries,   Ottawa,
and endorsed "Tenders for Supplies,"
For other dates  and  particulars,
apply  to
ED. GOULET,
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
ns in ,),��� UtVm of (,0|)lrttcf ,.
"rations, etc
I tender.
annexed to the form of
will he received until Monday, liith
Match, inclusive, from parties desirous ol contracting tor supplies, for tpo
.���seal year L9C.-1U09, for the following
institutions, namely;
Kingston Penitentiary.
St. Vincent  dfi  Paul  . vnitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary,
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton,
Alta.
Separate tenders will be received
for each of the following cl-isses Of
supplies:
9. Groceries.
10. Hardware
11. Leather.
18. -.lult.
13. Oils and Paints
j4   Pork and Bacon
15. Sole I.out her.
io. Tinware,
A
on
ItlV
���cut
If
8. Fresh  Meat
Details of Information as to form <)f
contract,  together  wilh   form, rrf  ten-
���* tender   must be signed and' der, wlll be furnished on application
^ by all the parties to the tender,, to  tin-  Wardens.
f *��bssied and be accompanied by
J"^6" cheque on a chartered
]bh"r""   Dominion of Canada, pav-
'''""'"",!': of the Commissioners
,!t1"' 'I'riitt-,������,,.|
follows;
^ Section \
mental  Itnllway,    as
Any
'. District 'A'.| 78.0C0J
"    'A'.. 100,0001
"    'A'..   76,000
"    'It'..  100,00nj
"    'E'., 100,0
Ah supplies are subject to the approval of tin' Warden.
DOUOLAB  BTBWART,
(!Eo   \v   DAWSON,
inspectors of penltentlsrles
Departtnenl of Jostles,
Ottawa, February 11. 1908
.nrnno ���ending arkotch and do��crlptl..n m����
(ckli atcorttiln onr opinion free whet Iter an
petition ti prob.hl-patentnbla.   '.'ontpiunloa-
5����� netlye.mH.ieiitli.1. HANDBOOK on I'atenti
t rroe. OMest n^ctiey for accuring patent*.
. vent, taken through Mur.n a Co. receive
n>.'.'ir>i ttotl-t, wltbout ctaanre. In the
Scientific American.
hander '" *-* "'-   �� ��-��� ~-
JitloD
mail a,
J now*
tt)M
A handiomelT Uluatnted weekly.  I_ante.t ctr-
Slatlon of any ���etentlflo Journal. Terms for
natia, #1.75 a rear, poHtago prepaid. Sold b?
1 -"��__�������!-_�� ��.      ���    .
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave N'ew Westminster S:35, 11:36,
15:15, 17:20, 1S:40.
Arrive New Westminster 10:25,
1*2:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 15:15.
OREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lt. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lt. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V.. W. ft Y���VANCOUVER
Lt. N. W- 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lt, Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Leave .N'ew Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon 6 pm-
Lang Journey for Child.
St. Catherines, Ont., March 11.���
Seven yeas old Lawrence Bassett, who
has teen visiting his grandpanntts
here, left this morning on a four thou-
C. P. R. Agent. | sand mile trip home to his parent^ in
  Pasadena Cal. He Is tagged and entrusted to conductors.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made    to register    M. W.  Mln-
thorne as  the owner  in  fee simple,
under a tax sale deed from the mayor
and treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to M. W. Mlnthorne, bearing
date the 10th day of February, A.D.
1901, of all anil singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate,   lying  and   being  in  the city'
of New Westminster, In the province |
of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as:    Subdivision;
5 of block "A" of the middle acre of!
So Dan Wadsworth Did Sixty DayS in
Corridor.
Hartford, March 11���Dan Wads-
worth, the most substantial citizen in
Connecticut, is in jail for 60 days, ami
the possibilities are alarming.
Dan weighs 410 pounds, and ttie or-
idinary jail cell does not fit him any
more than white knickerbockers /it
father. The jailers have one extra
large cell, built for two, and Dan felt
crowded in lt.
"I am a great eater," he s,aid, surveying the cell. "You know what happened to the small toy who atfi the
dried apples. He just swelled up and
busted. When I get eating something
will happen to your darned jail, T
guess 'they'll be a j.all delivery."
The possibilities appealed to the
jailers. They decided that Dan \ftis
not for the cell, and tliey have given
him permission to sleep in the corridor. It is roomy, .nt anybody who
wants to pass must crowd .against Ihe
wall.
���he south half of tlie south half of;
Leave Guichon 6 .a- m-, arrive New I lot 6, suburban block 12, map 566.
Two door, from  Geo. Adam,, Grocer} New Westminster 8:30 a. m- You ,and each of you are required to;
Mondavi. Wednesdays and Fridays-   contest the claim of the tax purchaser, nwai were ��Tes��d.    charged    with
within forty-five days from the date  making    and    circulating    imitation
GANG OF BAD MONEY MEN
RUN DOWN AT BROOKLYN.
New York, March 11���A complete
counterfeiting plant for making spurious half-dollars was seized ln^Brook-
lyn today and four men and one wo-
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
-nse, $7.50 rip.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman   |BIM _��urs
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.      j
Chains, Ring*, Jewniry, etc.. etc.        \	
Watch   repairing;    cnarges   reason '
.hie.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lr. New Westminster 6.60, 6.60, 1
and S a. m��� and every half hour there-
ifter till U n. m.
Lt. Vancouver for Westminster at
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
I
m
'Hid
REMOVAL
NOTICE
h ���,.���'": " tender is aeoept-
,, ; * "' ����� d*yi after the ac-
���011,;;" ' * furnish such add!-
���llre,u: """,.   asmiiybere-j
'dinner..; sign the | ^^^^^^^^^^^
^       .;7'rj-n-:iRemovedtoTPnthSt.,be-
Co.PBCrm'88l0ner8! and, in any
MtW?M'or failure on thi part
10 ���SIWh0" *�������' '�� "ocepted
tract wlth ' "' Meouta the con-
""! to., . " :,nl1' oomm'sttonwi,
Prnve,, ';;'";" "'" additional a���-
atter J lrll> within ten days
,hn Itid ���,, '"'''"'"''"ce of the tender,, ��� ��.
""Coll "!'"" Bta�� be forfeited to New Westminster
m^m as nQuMated dam.
^tnn,
Par,i<'S Wh���_ '1"""IPS   ��sposited   by
Mil "
Westminster Imn Works
tween Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHN REIf>,
Telephone 53.
P. o. Box  171
���lit
<>r failure and
ta,c. clJ "nhts acquired by ��_e"afr
1.   ti...   ."  ,""'l"r  ��""�� be  for-
B.uea
W|,os" t citlers
are    accepted
Opera House Bookings.
Wto
""fiint v
Old Arkanfliiw   Wftroh  '"
 March M
 April 1
A Royal Slave
""""Ivr.r',!,'.' "'l! "' thp credit of'the! Sla In New York ..
�����������__._.,.   ,r!" of Canada as part of, Taylor Slock 00 April 2, 3, 4
inane
"."', "'" ,,lin and faithful   tTibe   l_.iwmias.ter    April'.
Ml" '""trnct ncnordlnRi 9nn Krnnclsco Oporn Company In "Th��
rh"nn-s deposited by I    Toymnker"  April M, il
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except QJi^Time'
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail, *
express .ind freight connect with
o.rcs St Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.  H,  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
VancouTer. B. C.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ay. Co.
The nnlv ill rail route between all
point, cast, west and south *o Rossland. Nelson and intermediate points t *.,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R
8t N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek point*
Connects at Meyers Fall* with
.tage ''"aiiy for Repuhlir
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets  on   sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rate*   Round   Trip
Ratea to  8outbe'n  California.
For fuJl .Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
The Milwaukee
$$
The Pioneer Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South ��� West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
ftItttttttttttttttttttta  No trains in the service on any
llufTet   service  on  trains   between I railroad in the woHd that equal in
Spokane and Nelson. equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
l.ffective   Sunday,    November   io,iwaukee & St.  Paul Railway.    They
own and operate their own sleeping
Day Train Arrive   .nd dining cars on alii their trains and
,.. Spokane ....7.15 Pmi tfve their patrons an excellence of
...Rossland ....4.10 p.m., service not obtainable elsewhere.
,,.. Neleon 6.43 pm I H  S. ROWE. General Afcent
H. A JACKSON.       IJ4 Third SU cor AHer Portland. Or.
I uot.
Leave
ij _o a.m.
. _<j p.m,
Ui ..Rl.
of the first publication of this notice, j colna- Secret servlce aS��nta have
otherwise I shall register M. W. Min-, bepn searching for two months for a
thorne as owner thereof ln fee. And I band of counterfeiter* who have flood-
1 hereby direct that publication of this! ed tho plt.v wlth half dollars so nearly
notice for thirty days in a dally news-j Me the real money that detection was
paper published at New Westminster; ne-t to impossible,
will be good and sufficient Service They say that newly moulded cotns
thereof. ! found   in  the  Brooklyn  House today,
Dated at tne Land  Registry Office, I were '"ill!o ln l''e same moulds and
New Westminster, province of British | from the same material as Hio-iewhlth
Columbia, this  22iid  day  of January
A.D. 1908.
have oaused so much trout le.
Tho bogus coins, while almost an
exact reproduction of those turned out
by the United States mints, were
found upon expert examination to
contain a considerable quantity of tin
be  slightly overweight.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar
To Louis ll. Hu>n.'.
All persons Served with thi; not the,
and those claiming through or under  and also U
them nml all pr rsons Claiming any In- '	
terest In tlie said land by virtue of __���._..
... .     ,. netr to Fortune.
any   unregistered  Instrument,  and  all
persons claiming any interest, in the London, Ont., March 11��� Thontu
(���aid land by deacent, whose title la Kirby, a private at Wolseley Harricks,
not registered under the provisions of j was notified today that he had fallen
the "Land Registry Act," shall be for) heir to ,ti fortune of $145,000 left him
ever estopped and debarred from set-1 by hla father, a wealthy stationer, of
ting up any claim to or ln respect or I Warswlck, England, who died recent ly.
fhe sold land so sold for taxes as pro-1    The  Information  came about  In  a
vided by the "Laud  Registry Act."
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T*nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���SMfth avenue and t welfth.'
12���St. Mary'a Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferln
15���Sapperton
23���Quewnii  avenue enc.   Sixth.
24���_...rd avenue and Second.
16���Fifth av"��ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avonue and ".tghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
3B���Columbia and McKenile.
3S-C.P.R. Station.
peculiar way through an employe of
the Bank of Montreal noticing an advertisement In an English paper requesting information as to the location of the missing heir.
He Imparted the Information to one
of the officers, who, in tilrn, Instituted
on enquiry that revealed that, Kirby
waa the party referred to.
NOVA SCOTIA HAS *
v      FINANCIAL DSFICIT
�� "������""
Halifax, March 11.���Financial returns brought down In the legislature
yesterday show revenue of 11,437,065.
compared with an expenditure of $1/
539,16a. This le tho Brat deficit in
several yoara, and ts largely due to'do*
crease In th* coal royalties.
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PAQB BIOHT   r
THE  DULY  NFtWS.      i*
THURSDAY,   March
I I Hi
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FOR EVERYDAY
China and
Glassware
=TRY==
Morey's
COLUMBIA STREET
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
ALFONSO IS CiREETEU
WITH JOY IN BARCELONA
No    Untoward    Incident   Mars   Royal
Visit���Ladies Must  Not Throw
Bouquets at Young King.
M
>��
The JUNIOR
SPRAY and FORCE
..PUMP..
No foot rest, clamp or ether
fastening required to hold this
Pump in position. Solid Brass
suction and valves���no leather
or packing to dry up and give
out.
compact with criminals by which the
law may be broken wit.iin a prescribed
district.
2. Since it is as bad for moral con-
t.gion to he "scattered all over the
city" by men as Iby women, a restricted district drjes not meet the c.se unless it is intended th.at all habitues,
both male and female, shall he strictly
quarantined there and not permitted
under any circumstances to mingle
Barcelona, Spain, March 11.���Klng'1 with the general public.
Alfonso, who left Madrid last night, j ... The chief of police reports that
arrived in this city this morning. He j there are about fifty immoral women
has taken up his residence at the j in the city, some of whom are carrying
home of General Linares, captain Jjon their evil trade within a block of
genera] of Catalonia, where he will j Mr. Fader's door. Indeed, just as un-
stay during his visit here. He was der prohibition of the saloon more
given'a warm welcome by the people' liquor is said to be sold than ever, so
of the city.    Xo disturbance of   any   it appears that a police raid on hous-g
kind  marked  the arrival  of his majesty.
of ill fame causes women of bad repute from all over the country to rush
ANDERSON
'& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Barcelona was gayly decorated In I to the storm centre ? But if the chief
honor of the royal visitors. The tiers' finds it Impossible now to secure evi-
of balconies along the route traversed ; dence against them how doe�� he pro-
by his majesty were hung with bunt- j pose to compel them tp remove to a
Ing and flags and thronged with! restricted district ? Would there not
women wearing the black mantillas j be grave danger that the city vvpuld
for which the beauties of Spain are he involved ln costly law suits in case
famous. There were flowers In pro- he should make a mistake and order
fusion and the scene was festive and some respectable person to remove to
beautiful. The king bowed to the ��� the settlement of moral lepers ? Ho
right and to the left in response to' would surely require his forty or fifty
the greetings of his people and some plain-clothes men just the same. The
of the black-eyed Spanish women were fact is that these houses cannot be
with difficulty  restrained    from    dis-   run without liquor,  and  where there
A Pleasing Opening Dis
play of
Dress Goods and Millinery
THIS WEEK
I
obeying the strict injunctions of the
police against showering Ihe young
monarch with flowers.
The only disuordant note in the gen.
eral brilliancy of t.ie decorati .ns were
the flags of mourning flying from the
Carlist clubs in memorlam of the men
who lost their lives in the Carlist
wars.
The    carriage    in    which    Premier
is liquor there is sure to be disturbance. Xo one knows better than the
chief that if such were his instructions
he would not have the .lightest difficulty In rounding them all up in any
specified part of the city.
It is not a question of putting a stop
to all immorality. Unfortunately that
would he as impossible with a force
of ,100 specials as    with    fifty,   nut
���   Maura and the king rode was drawn   surely    the    suppression    of    public
Your Choice!
by four horses and followed by a number of army and navy officers in handsome uniforms.
$600 cash and $600 on time will buy
a dwelling and large lot next to a
corner on Sixth street.
Madrid, March 11.���it, is semiofficially intimated here today that if
no unTbward ��� incident mars the visit
of King Alfonso to Barcelona, the authorities will restore the constitutional guarantee, recently withdrawn from
that city, and issue a decree declaring
political amnesty.
MARSEILLES  HAS
$3000 will buy a six roomed modern
dwelling and two full lots, in fruit, on
Second street.
BIG  DOCK  FIRE
Matins, Coulthard & Co. w.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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il ALARMING ! !
Have :i peep al our ALARM  CLOCK  WINDOW,
Then  come intdde and  he properly ALARMED.
AT
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, Th�� "��""
AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
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Marseilles, March 11.���There waa a
large fire yeSlerday morning on the
docks In a warehouse belonging to the
chamber of commerce. The damage
amounted to several million francs.
The warehouses, which covered an
area of 10,000 square yards, were filled with inflamable material.
I    WE ARE SHOWING	
Post Card Albums
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THIS WEEK.
A Large Range of STYLES and  PRICES
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
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J.J. MACKAY y CO.
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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. Editor Dally ..ews:
According to your Issue this morning Aid. Fader now admits that $.000"
or less might bo sufficient to rid the
city of public houses of prostitution,
Th'a admission   Raves his  reputation
i for good sense, but confirms the widespread suspicion that his report to
the council on Monday evening was
simply a painted terror intended to
scare stiff those guileless souls who
would like to see the city cleansed
from gross and open Immorality but.
who. In his opinion, were nil horn tho
day before yesterday.
i Mr, Fader evidently favors a restricted  district since    that    Is    the
��� policy he would haw pursued had he
been at the head of affairs last year.
The sail mistake Of clearing out Mc-
Neely street having been _nt.de however, he Is willing to make the best
of a. had job If the council will grant
$88,500 with which to employ 40 or
BO  specials  for six  months.    Beyond
| that time, so fnr as hla report Ts concerned, the city Is supiioRotl to take
earn of Itself.
Now, sir, It serms to me that there
nre several very serious Objections lo
, the policy which Mr. Fader prefers.
1. it is most undesirable, ir not
Illegal, for the council to enter Into a
houses of prostitution shouM be wi'h
in the powers of    a well    organized j
police force in a quiet city of twelve I
thousand home-loving people.
Mr. Editor, since tho < hairniatfrof \
the police committee and the chief
of police after a week's careful consideration confess their hopeless incompetence to deal with this question
except by conniving at the breaking
of the law or by the expenditure, of a
ridiculously large sum of money, why
not try the Ministerial association or
the. Royal Templars of Temperance ?
Both bodies are composed largely of
family men who possess a fair degree
of Intelligence and a deep Interest in
the moral welfare, of the community.
Aid. Fader's estimate is $:.2,r>00. Cut
off the $30,000 and offer to either of
these organizations, or better still the
newly formed Citizen's league, ,. grant
of $2.00 with sufficient police authority, nnd I venture to nelleve that within half the time set by Aid. Fader in
his masterly report It will be as
difficult to find a house of ill-fame
in Xew 'WostfnTnRtor ns to discover
the the headquarters of a gang of
counterffctors.
That no one may he wrongfully
blamed for the sentiments expressed
In this letter I have pleasure in appending my name.    ,
J. H. WHITE.
New Westminster, MarofT TI. mos.
This Date in History.
1507���Oesare Borgia, celebrated Italian
statesman and soldier, killed
at the siege of the citadel of
Vlunii.   Born about, 1457.
1 1689���James II. landed In Ireland.
j 1795���William l.yon McKenzie, Qrst
mayor of Toronto and an ardent advocate Of Canadian independence, born in Dundee,
Scotland. Died In Toronto,
August 28, 1861,
i 1836���Pasturing cows on BottQtn common forbidden,
inc���Dr. Simon Newcomb, oelebrated
Astronomer,    horn    in    Nova
Scotia.
J|858��� Adolph 8. Oohs,   publisher   of
New   York    Times,   born   In
Cincinnati.
1886���Anti-Chinese convention hold in
i California.
1908���Oear issued a decree   granting
religious freedom in Russia,
1907���An explosion on the French
battleship .lena killed 117 p-r-
sons.
Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Curs for Vancouver and war
Stations will run every half-
hour Iroin 6:60 a. m. Lasl
car leaves at n p, tn,
(f.iiHt ear lv. Vancouver 11:.'!(..)
Qars leave the depot eve��y
twenty nihil tea for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min*
utes after nnd forty minutes after, commencing; at (J:HO a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minute, (ifter the hour,
half past and fifty ml.iutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a. tu.
Sunday Service  naif-nourly i>��.
tween S.:i0 a.m. and 11 p.m.
FOR $300 CASH
(Sec,  11-18.)
You cun secure a oomfortablo si* room storey and _
half house, with electric,    light  nml  city  water;  corner  lot,
on
Second Street
��� ,Only $:t00 cash mid you cnn  pay th�� balance like rent.
1    Don't lose this c'niince.
; j British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i
F. J. HART y CO.
A woman to be correctly attired must pay particular attention to
her costume and hat. Other dress accessories, such as gloves, _..-._-
wear, trimmings, etc., add the flnishing touches in a pleasing combiua-
tion. Our endeavors to provide the most stylish and appropriate
dress goods and millinery are bearing fruit in the many selections being made by our customers of :.he necessary materials for their spring
���dress.
Our Millinery Opening Is Now On
OCR FULL STOCK OF Dltl.SS GOODS IS OPENED OUT.
New trimmings, new gloves, new neckwear are here in all the
popular shades to harmonize with each article of a perfectlj matched
costume.
We extend an invitation to one and all to visit our dress goods
and millinery sections.
A Comprehensive Display of
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Goods
The ready-to-wpar store is filled wdth an array of lad ���  ' c<
skirls, coats, blouses, underskirts, whitewear and children's wear ...
every description,
New fixtures have been added and many other Improvements
have been effected, whorehy tho ready-to-wear section has een made
one of tho most convenient and up-to-date In  11. C.
We assure you of better service, better values and better satisfaction than in the past. We Invite yon to our grand display In this section this week.
A Remarkable Ribbon Offer
POR
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
One thousand yards of various ends of ribbons; plain and fancy
and every desirable shade In the lot to be cleared out Friday and
Saturday only.   Regular vv.ilues 30c  to  50c.     Special   sale price, two
days only
20c per yard
W.S.Collister&C.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
Good   Apples|
$1_00 PER BOX
AT.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
Prompt Delivery
4   New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
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5-Roomed Cottage
Barn 18x24.   Lot cultivated and fenced.
Near the car line.
Price, $1,200.
Half cash; balance monthly payments.
Immediate possession.
Real
Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon. 307
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P. PEEBLES
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS

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