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VOLUME I, NUMBER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. UMKi
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10 CENTS PER WEEK.
Vesuvius
VOLCANO CONTINUES
DESTRUCTIVE
More Fiery De
HUGE SERPENT OF FIRE
YANCES ON TOWNS
jiother Town Is Reduced to Ruins and People Everywhere in the Vicinity of the Fierce Eruption Are
Panic Stricken���Military Forces Stick Bravely to the
Difficult and Dangerous Work of Rescue.
Mar'on Crawford Gives Graphic Description of Destruction  Wrought By Eruption of
Mount Vesuvius.
tOUSES COLLAPSE
AND STREETS ARE
BURIED IN ASHES
ilri Excitement Breaks Out Again in Naples���Prisoners
Try to Escape From Jail and Are   Subdued
By Guards ��� Suffering
Indescribable.
ipril   IL���The   Mattino  in
r-ts thai   Saiim. a
:     !    prot Ince of Salome bas
���      l    wa    impossible to
rlnted  reporl   I bis morn-
ton i: of Bome 10,000 peo-
i   al i   10   miles
:   Mount   Vesuvius.
to    the    Mattino    fifty
- -   thri i  churches and the mutual   Sam.o,ii  have  col
ad and cinders are six
11 tb ms have
��� T   jH|]
��� . : mo    are
ol  the  buildings In
in  thai   neighbor-
���  Ing or are in ruins.
Factory Panics.
���    ol a tobaci ii factor}
thinking the roof was about
ibis morning fled in panic
building and communicated
i to so many people outside
��� were compelled to In-
il restore order.  Manx   per-
��� ���  Injured during tbe panic.
Prisoners   Mutiny.
ipril   11,11 :06  a.  in.   The
ere is Increasing,  the  prison-
I    city jail mutinied owing to
��� !l|i T��' ded In breaking op-1
i i the doors inside the build
1 ���'!' were subdued by tbe guards.
'   in :i slate of great excite-
'However.     requiring     double
Eruptions  Increase.
"-���    April   11.���The     eruptions
1   ivlus   Increased during the
���    today  ;i  coating of
|ders '"' a depth of four inches cov-
round and    the roofs   of
1 Ml   railroad   service   east
'   '      la Interrupted.    The en-
' en tusefl to take oul their
F       ' imse of the darkness caus-
'"     ::'   heavj   fall of ashes.
HiOcten in Dense Smoke.,
''     M'hI   u,  8:io a.  m.���The
[ "'" i with the atmosphere
'"'���'     and     yellow     with   ashes
^Iounl v. savins, causing a feel-
' rehenslon  re
egarding  what
may hold in si ore for the
'; ���>",,;.,. The toleann was
hidden in a dense muss of
''"''" ��moke, ihe only other
11 '"''vity being Irequent and
"'"'   detonations    and    deep
ITe' ��r   Stricken   and   Hungry.
;i11 quarters come reports of
I ''"''"'ii iT'iim 0f Mhe8(  th<1 fl,gW
I '" !' "" stricken inhabitants of
In,, I""'  villngas,  the  collapse of
"'���' insufficiency of the re
lief measures   bungi r and diet ourage-
nii in.
Duty and  Bravery.
It is no longer possible to reach
points whieh have Buffered mos'  Be\
erely.   Even   the  soldiers  di tailed   to
guard  the ruins    ai   11 tali no    have
been recalled and the town has been1
1.-ft   to  its  fate.  The  military   fi   -1
li t e   earned   the  gral II ade    and   admiration of the people by their devo
tlon  to  duly  and  bravery.   Nol   only
are thej   credited  with  man)   acts of
heroism,  bul  have displayed  untiring'
perseveranci   In searching for the llv-
and   iii" dead  among crumbling
fugitives    to    -each
of   safety,   giving  aid   to   the
wounded and in burying the dead, and
all   the   while   partly   suffocating   by
the   ashes   and    cinder   laden    wind
blowing from the volcano.
Grand   Duke's   Example.
No danger has been too greal for
lhe iroops to encounter and no fatigue
too severe for them, ln ibis work the
soldiers  and   others  have   1 n   shown
examples by the Grand Duke of Aosta
who was praised on all Bides. Tho
Duke is pronounced to be a worthy
descendant of ibe late King Humbert,
who, in 1MI went to the assistance
of the sufferers ironi the cholera epidemic, visiting the patients in the
hospitals and in some cases remaining by the bedside of the dying until
the end.
Await Chances to Escape.
Torre Dell Grlsco, Sarle and San-
gennare have been evacuated and
Portico CIrioo, Ho Pogi and Morino
are practically uninhabitable. The situation at Tore Doll Annunziata has
somewhat improved as the current
Of  lava   has   ceased   to   threaten   it.
Ai Torre PcTl Greco the downfall
Of ashes and sand continues. The inhabitants are awaiting steamers to
escaiie from the danger zone. Snngon-
nare is plunged into obscurity, The
majority  of houses have  fallen.
Nothing But  Ruins.
The fugitives in  Naples confirm Ihe
previous reports to tha effect that
bouses iii  Ottalano   continue to fall
and the town and the villages In its
neighborhood  are nothing  but   ruins.
At San QulSepe _-he8 and Sand are
over   four   feel   deep.   Troops   are   en-
camped ln the public squares here In
readiness to move quickly to the assistance of endangered places and patrols of military doctors are rendering
assistance to the fugitives.
Ashes Cover Streets.
The situation generally is considered to be lees alarming than yesterday evening. The quantity of ashes
helng emitted is not so great und tbe
rumblings   nre   less   frequent   Though
ashes  and  cinflers    are  still  billing
lie i Ity.  There  are al out   four
ach     i     ishi ���
100,000 Men Wanted.
So catasl    phe
V)     ivius,
>
i n and
nn
i
.     ' ,T   :,,,,    of
ad i    ���
.    '��� ���    ��� for ih i thou-
i      �� ho  h ive       a d iliged to flee
from  ile ii   It.     , deal   the roofs of
tb ���   ..      be saved, extricate
Iron     I        dn    ol   ; 11 n   un
.���md bury the dead.
��� The papers unite today in urging
the government to send General
Baldizzera who saved the Bituatiop
hi ci ushing def al of the Italian ��� al the hand.' of the Abysslnians
al Adowa, Abyssinia, in the spring of
1896, and instruct him to organize
and  control  the  work  of relief.
Message From Observatory.
Rome, April  11.    Prof. Mattucci, in
charge of the observatory at  Mount
Vesuvius,  telegraphed   from  there  at
1  o'clock  this morning as  follows:
"Thi ol mysell and the car-
i ��� in  the ohs irvatory  was  very
if throughout   the   night.   Dp   to
'o'clock   this   morning   the   ob-
....     ,     iu   d.-n a
show.!--   of   sand   but   the  volcano   is
now calmer. The sesimic Instruments
show quieter records than yesterday.
I shall remain here as long as possible.   If  my  words  could  inlluence  the
situation they would be words of encouragement ami sympathy, for I am
mosl   confident     that   Vesuvius     will
soon  return to its normal condition."
Thousands of Fugitives.
Rome, April 1.���The Vila today published a despatch from Castellamare,
timed 3:30 ihis morning, saying that
during the night trains arrived there
with thousands of fugitives from1
Torre Dell Creco. These people were
in a pitiable state covered with ashes
and badly panic stricken. They said
that Torre Dell Creco was visited by
a terrible storm accompanied by the
falling of boiling water, and stones
the size of eggs. The houses began
falling down and the population fled.
The municipality of Castellamare Is
succoring  the fugitives.
Tempest  Resumes.
As the despatch was tiled at Castellamare the volcanic tempest had  recommenced at Torre Annunziata.
The Gionale do Italia this afternoon
published   a   despatch     from     Naples
questioning the magnitude of the disasters at   Sarno nnd  Sangeranno.
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ISAACS  JUMPS.
New York, April 11.���The Times prints an account today of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, by
F. Marion Crawford, the American novelist. His
despatch is dated San Agnelle, Bay of Naples,
Tuesday.
After giving briefly a general sketch of the
eruption, he say : "Yesterday, (Monday) I drove
through Torre I Lnnu trziata to the point where the
main stream of h'.v. stretched on Sunday. The- lava
carried'.: ���    of burned stone and sulphur on
its surface like <l Id and nothi
visible toward I.      '     , endless masses of
dark scorai bro] here by the gr^r
curling smoke of . ulphur.
"At this poi    wi   'each id a great stone pine tree
which, torn up bj r ots and turned to black charcoal, stuck out of the mass at a sharp angle. The air
was almost unbreathable. The heat intense. The
faces of the people who crowded upon the edge of the
arrested stream expressed terror or exhaustion from
recent panic.
" When the stream of fire threatened Boscoere-
ease soldiers dug a wide ditch across its path and
threw up a formidable entrenchment in the hope of
diverting its course but every effort was useless.
"The molten stone advanced like a collossal serpent of fire, turning its head to the right and left as
a snake does, but keeping its general direction towards the fated towns.
"It was not till it reached the first house, sending up greal sta i Irs of sparks, that the people finally
fled for their lives, taking such belongings as they
could in their arms or pile upon the carts.
" I saw men, women and children, and infants
whose mothers carried them at the breast or in their
aprons. Dogs too, and cats were on thc carts and
sometimes even chickens tied together by the legs,
and piles of mattresses and pillows, and shapeless
bundles of clothes all white with dust under the lurid
glare.
"I saw a woman lying on her back across a cart,
ghastly white and if not dead with fear, heat and
suffering, certainly almost dead. We ourselves could
hardly breathe.
'' At the moment of writing in Soretino at 2 p. m.
I can see nothing of Naples or Vesuvius or even of
Ischia (an island in the Bay of Naples) 30 miles to the
west of the volcano, for all is hidden by a lurid curtain which is not affected by the fresh easterly breeze.
" The ashes are a fine dark gray dust and are
thick in my garden walks and on the terrace and on
all the plants. Even at a distance of 50 yards there
is a slight film in the air."
CHINESE ANXIOUS
TO GET FOREIGNERS
OUT OF MANCHURIA
Russians and Japanese Are Loath to Move  Away Without Securing Some Concessions, and Delay
Promises to Result in a
Conflict.
Washington, I). ('.. April 11.��� lie-
lions of the friction between the Russian and Chinese Hoops in .Manchuria have attracted the attention of
Hi i Ami rlcan state department but
no official Information bas been n
ceived on the subject. Ii was anticipated thai the provision In the peace
treaty tor the responsibility for the
��� [ Manchuria tor even
; time between three nations
resull in just such friction as
has been reported. At a point on thc
railroad connecting the Siberian road
with Porl Arthur and lialny. a little
distance below Harbin, the Japanese
troops are In charge of the line.
Above thai point, the road is under
the double protection of Russian and
Chinese troops or railroad guards.
Desire to Hold On.
As it is understood here both the
Russians and the Japanese are looking forward with apprehension to the
time when .they musi evacuate Manchuria province and in each cas ���
there Is a strong desire to assume
as large a holding as possible of ihe
material  n soun i     ii  this rich i oun-
try aftei thi   i h
drawn.
One wa;   ol naa
been   to    i ,i,,.
oitatioi Imbi                 and
mines and tor thi    ��� the
���
'' gnize
ession ol the i ni I
Chinese Independence.
Chli i  e  .
;     Self
i     i tlon   and   indepen
Ing with these olal la b< llev-
ed her   thai  thi   trie Ion lhal     fli ��
Baid to have arisen Id Manch ma re
salts from  the attempts being n . d ���
to induce the i'bin. se     chai ire- ,;
altitude.
The only  eon. i ricau
govern nt   is  thai   the  undertaking
of the treaty thai Manchuria Bhall be
evacuated by both Russia and Japan
shall be lived up lo, bul tl is II is
pointed oui by officials Is nol the
time to raise the Issue.
CITIZENS RESPOND OFFICER FINDS BOY
TO A FALSE ALARM HELPLESSIA DRUNK
Rush to  Do  Hero Act on   Waterfront   Fift:en-Year   Old   Lad,   Lo.iu-i.   W
andl  Meet With Sad  Dis- Whisky  Falls by the Way-
appointment. side.
William Spring was found lying in
a doorway on Front streel last nigh!
shouting at the top of his voice lo
the alarm and disturbance of the en-
iii" neighborhood. He was arrested
by Detective Bradshaw, and this
morning fined $L'."i0 and costs by
Magistrate  Corbould.
William had imbibed too freely
and the liquor appeared to have the
effect of concentrating all his energy
in his vocal organs. The neighbors
were aroused by a series of blood
curdling yells, which gave some thtv
impression that murder was being
committed, and others, that one was
drowning. By the time the officer arrived a very large number of citizens
bad gathered.
This morning he explained that he
had heen working in the district and
that he was unable to obtain a drink
without coming to town, and that
consequently he felt compelled to pay
the Royal City n visit. He stated that
he had over $100 due him for wages,
and that if he could he let down wllh
a light fine he would appreciate the
"kindness" very much. His Worship
accommodated   him.
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MUSK   RATS   MULTIPLY.
JAPAN MAKES DEMAND
iOQ
r_#
ill Send Protest
To British Government
Lnnds Hard on the Water and Is
Picked   Up   Unconscious.
Hew York. April 11,���Nathan
Is-aacs of 68 Uivingion street jumped
from the middle of the Williamsburg
bridge Into the East river today and
was promptly taken om by the crew
of a ferry boat, llis clothing was
torn io ribbons, his shoes were torn
from his feet and ho was bruised by
the impact with the wait-r. He was
unconscious when rescued but soon
revived and was removed to a hospital wht re the physicians said that
he  might   recover.
Isaacs was  dressed  in  the clothing
of a laborer.   His reason for jumping
trom the bridge was unknown.
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CHURCH    UNION    RATIFIED.
London, April, 11.��� The Daily Telegraph's correspondent at Tokio telegraphs that Japan has formally
demanded that China open Mukden and An Tung province next month to foreign trade.
VANCOUVER PEOPLE ENTERS ON CAREER
BUY IN BELGRAVIA        WITHOUT A GRUDGE
And Ladner Boys Get Out With Guns
to  Earn  Bounty.
Word comes from  Ladner that   the
musk ral pesi is growing very rapidly and thai  the numbers   In  which
Ihey  are appearing and Increasing  is
demanding attention.
A bounty is offered for Ihe troublesome little rodents and it is said that
the  boys of  the  neighborhood,  who
are at all anxious to make money, are
netting comfortable sums by develop
ing their instincts as hunters and
capturing the little builders of houses
and  dams.
S.   B.   Buchanan     Reports    Continued   Count   Andrassy   Allows   Freedom   to
Activity  in  Sale of Outly- Press and Public and For-
Ing   Property. gives  Offenders.
Growth  of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg,     Man.,    April    11.���The
Winnipeg  school  attendance  is  now
over   ten   thousand.
\  .        15 years of'
' d about elevi n i '. loi .
< ifficer  Johnson,   wh     -   od  the  1: d
helplessly   drunk    ai   I t   corni      of
Sixth   anil   fi uni   streets.
The boy state-- ii       . tht
whiskey from one Harry Dominy of
the Arrow Press, whom lie says ob-
iain.d ihe liquor in Vancouver, He
did not state however that the liquor
was given lo him. bul that Domlnj
left the bottle on a 'able ami thai
during the Intel's absence he helped himself. He remembers leaving
Hominy's establishment aboul S-.30
in the evening, and becoming ill was
obliged to seek refuge behind a bill
board near the C. P. N. wharf, where
he was later found by lbe officer. He
had 'no recollection of having been arrested, and knew nothing of the affair until he awoke in the police station this morning.
The juvenile prisoner state! thai.
he knew of other boys who had obtained liquor throughout the city,
and that some of these hoys had told
him of frequenting questionable resorts of the town, although he inain-
talned   that   hi-  himself was  free    of
this charge.
Tin- boy's parents   are both dead.
Fairer  and  Colder.
Victoria, aprtl ll.- An extensive
high baroniei.T area is spreading over
the province from the Pacific, it is
likely to cans.- Beveral fair days
throughou' ihe North Pacific coast.
Four inches of snow lias fallen In
Cariboo and continues, Frosts during
the early morning hours continue In
, the Prairie provinces.
Forecasts tor 38 boms ending r.  p,
iii. Thursday on ths Lower Mainlands
Light to moderate winds, generally
fnir and cold ut night
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Business  Houses Burned.
Wichita.   Kansas.     April     11.���The
business  portion  of  Belle  i'lnins,  20
miles Boutb of here, was practically
destroyed  by fire lust  night  causing
! a  loss  of  $15,	
Dgton'  D,  v..   April   11.���R9. Secretary  Rooi  on this matter with
BUve Gardner   of    Massaohu- the result thai ths secretary bus un-
is Moving   energetically   in   be <>',>'l"l<"��' !IS soon na Mr' ��"r,l,,IM' hM
1 the  h       . produced   the   court   record   showing
h;i(|, Amerioan  -*-\m ,',���., ,,���f ������, ���,��� r,���1,n1���s W8re ar-
,.��� ,.     ,' ,m''"'il"   traW1OT"  under what act the captains were ar
^^  """'I l'.v Uie Newfound-, _������,,,,,   .������,   ���10   disposition   made   ol
a��� ,"r s   r"r   fishing   on   tha   the   eases,     lo  lodge     a   formal   pro
wthoritlt
within  ihe   ii,,....
mile  |t.9(  W|th  the Ilrltlsh  governmenl  nol
i,v |,��� | only against these arrests but ngiilnst
BH0 haii      at lhc stnln fl'9ar1> tha continuance of the Newfoundland
"' ;i long conference with, attitude on Ibis subject,
Presbyterians    of  Washington    Weld
Two   Congregations   Into   One.
Washington, D. (\, April n.���The
union  of the   New   York  Avenue  and
the   Assembly   Presbyterian   churches
was  ratified  al   yesterday's meeting
of the Presbyterians ot Washington
by  unanimous   vote.    The  union    of
these  two  congregations  Is  generally
understood to be the basis of ii nne-1
lens of thc  foundation  of a  Presby- (
lerian I'lihedrai at Washington.
Property continues to move very
satisfactory in Belgravia district just
above Millside, and Monday evening.
.S. B. Buchanan who practically controls the land situation in the district, disposed of 50 acres to a prominent Vancouver citizen, who vlsitert
the land with him. Other Vancouver
people have heen enquiring about this
section of the country, and more than
one party has been out to look at the
proposition.
A trad of HO acres was also sold
lust week to a party of farmers from
Brandon, .Manitoba, and within a
short time a portion of Ihe party will
be out here, probably to settle on'
the land Immediately.
Buda Pesi, April 11��� Count An-
drassy's lirst acts as minister of the
interior, has been to rescind all the
absolutist measures againsl the press
and public meetings, to reinstate
dismissed officials and stop some
eighty political trials Including one
against Herr Potonyl, the present
minister of justice for alleged treasonable expressions against the
! monarchy.
Great patriotic demonstrations are
projected In honor ot the reconciliation of Austria and Hungary. It Is
reported Ihat Emperor Francis Joseph
remark id to members of his entourage that he now bus only one wish���
to bring about an agreement between
the Germans and the Czechs.
Strikers Gain Ground
In Soft Coal Fields
Wheeling, Va., April 11.���Agreements have been reached between the
miners and operators of the fifty
Ohio sub-districts and the strike along
the eastern Ohio border Is diminishing-
.Kansas City, Mo., April 11.���The
Southwestern Coal Operators' association at a meeting here today, decided to appeal to President Roosevelt  to help  S  settlement  of the dif
ference existing bei ween the operators nnd the bituminuos miners now
out In the southwest.
Athens, Ohio, April 11���The joint
conference of operators nnd miners in
this district adjourned Anally today
without having reached' an agreement. The independent operators
producing about 20 per cent, of the
total output have signed the scalo
asked.
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   APRIL   1)
1906.
MEN'S AND
BOYS' SUITS
$25 Suits at Easter Prices $12.50
$20     " " "     $10.00
BOYS'
$7.50 Suits at Easter Prices $3.75
$6.00    " " "    $3.00
The Store That Sells tlie Best for the Least Money
��� ��� ���   I I IL. ��� ��� ���
MEN'S AND
BOY'S SHOES
$5.00 SHOES AT HALF PRICE
Boys' School Shoes at Prices to
Make You Smile.
Westminster Clothing Company
: Easier Surprises:
ia
INew Westminster
Gents* Fum
ishings
1
Nightshirts   .   .   .
Satin Shirts  .   .   .
Woolen Shirts   .   .
.   .  75 cents
Wool Underwear   .
.   .   .   $1.25
-Jen's Ties   .    .   .
.   .  15 cents
Linen Collars    .   .
.   .  10 cents
Blankets, 51b.    .   .
i
.   .   .   $1.65
D. Grossman, Prop
���
Sale Ends Saturday Night
SPECIALS
Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs,
5 Cents
Hats From Any Old Priee.
Trunks, Valises at Knock Out
Prices.
Easter Prices
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Sporting News;
and Comment.
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INTERMEDIATE   LACROSSE.
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Entnusiasts   Look     at   Season   Ahead
and  Make Preparations.
"T well attended meeting of tho intermediate City league was held last
nigh! foi discussion of lacrosse matters in tht board ot trade roome Several points of Interesl were broughl up,
chief among *vblch is the proposal to
form an intermediate dub, independent of le'. city teams now playing, but
with power to draw trom them for
men. "���'!.' idea is to develop a lirst
class  . it< - mediate    team
up for the coming Beason
:h" meeting adjourned:
May 17. Regina vs, West. Eud.
May  31,  West   End  vs.  Brownsvilb-.
June 7, Regina VS. Brownsville.
June  11,  Regina  vs.  West  End.
.Inn" 28, West End vs. Brownsville.
July   5,  Regina  vs.  Brownsvilb'.
July   111,  West   End  vs. Uegiiiu.
July 26. West End vs. Brownsville.
August
August
August
Villi'.
August
Regina  VS.  Brownsville,
West   End   vs.   Regina.
i,   Wesl   End
.  Regina  vs.  Brownsville.
Junior  Lacrosse  Officers.
The Easl End Junior Lacrosse club
held a meeting at which the following
officers    were elected:    President, .1.
it.  Payne;  vice president, J. Keary;
sonic   of honorary   president,  V.  PUrdy;    sec-
whom tie selected    from each  '"���">    treasurer,    II.    U   Fletcher;
lean., wbili others equally as good, executive coinmlueo, R. Hampton, C.
although nol playing on a city team Spring, A. Robinson; club captain, II.
will Btand the same show for a place Archibald; official referees, ('. Spring
mi   thi      Ternioilialc   lineup.   Accord    and  v-  H'  fiHokhoft.    S. Sbadwell act-
Inglj  .    neetlng will be called Bhort- rl ���'���* chairman, and the meeting was
Ij ;,,,, :, meeting the B C, a. i��� well attended and mosi enthusiastic,
A. toi  : M   i urpose of getting all the
avaiiai       Intermediates,  and  all   sup- Wrestling Excitement.
porters    igether ai a public meeting, The wrestlers al ihe   tire hall are
ai whl      Imi it will !����� the Intention getting busier every night, tbe seas
fficevs, and thoroughlj oral class Intermediate club
competition with Ih i it.
��� ain.-i Independenl ol the
il Ion, 'i'be proposition ne"
.il approval, and accord
ig wil' i-   called in nn
ea i
i'
cltj   | ���
with
ingl-   I
f.irlv
'I'll- Ul    T |'0s ,, 11;,in waa
ndn    ' i    lbe   Cltj     lea.'lie.    lo      l"
-     erton ��� who will not be
In .     ���   this year, Owen Brown,
;i!e Belling fast, very tew being left,
nnd when the big match commences
Monday nlghl ibe contestants will
gel in nnd mix tilings pretty livelj
before one ot ibe largesl crowds eve-
seen ai a contesl of ibis kind in Ih"
city.
Cunningham worked out as usual
last night, and is .-bowing up in a
verj   satisfactory  manner, and  when
be clashes wilh Fisher un Monday
Ihere   will   be  si thing    pretty   big
which in the face. The first go will be with
1 Sam Berger ibe Uttter pari of this
month. May 1(1 he takes on Tommy
Burns and later on in that month he
plans to meet Frank Qotch, the noted
wrestler, who has been Hying to.
break into the fighi game for some
lime.
The clever Fhiladelphlan may have
some little trouble iu running the
gauntlet composed of Messrs. Berger,
Burns and Gotch unscratched. Right
vs. Browns- ai the start he will, many believe, find
a formidable opponent. In young Berger, who renounces the- amateur
heavyweight championship to gel a
crack at O'Brien.
The affair with Berger will be
something of a grudge fight. During
O'Brien's memorable battle with Fitz-
slmmons, lbe California youngster.
seated near iho ring, made rather
slighting comments on O'Brien's
methods, and freely asserted that the
tactics used hy l-iUsiminons' con-
queror would not avail against him
(Berger.) O'Brien heard some of
these remarks and. after the fight, il"
clared be would be only too glad to
take on .11 r. Berger wtien Hie opportunity should come, if fur no other
reason lb.in to show tlie young man
Ihat lie still had a few things io learn
aboul the pugilistic game.
Berger   Is  Tough  Game.
However,   ibis   Berger   boy   is   a
prettj  tough propo'sltion for   anyone,
in   teur or professional, to tackle, lb'
���    been in a class by himself among
lv   amal eurs   and lie ii  remembi i ed
thai  on tb" ('nasi, ibe gulf between
tho amateurs anil "profs" is an    ex
remely narrow one.   Borger's friends
Have   been   trying   fur  a   long  lime  in
entire state of California in case be
should topple over ibe Philadelphia!!,
will be a great incentive to the
youngster to extend himself to the
utmost.
Beginning   to   Appreciate   Burns.
ln ease O'Brien does for Berger,
he will nexl stack up against Tommy Burns, who is beginning; to be
looked upon as a "comer." O'Brien
probably has no misgivings whatever
about this match, as he mei Burns at
Milwaukee something over n year
ago, when lie had no trouble in outpointing the Detroit lad. Burns
avers, however, that times hitve
changed since then, thai he has improved wonderfully and that he will
give Foxy Jack the fight of his life
when Ihey next meet In the ring.
There ia no denying that Burns has
come on rapidly within the pasl six
months. He is beginning lo receive
due credit for his defeat ot Marvin
Hurl, which al first was looked upon
as something of a fluke, but which
is now regarded as having beeu due
oi tlie little fellow's remarkable
quickness and superior generalship.
Burns hns lately shown thai be has
something of a punch by the easy
manner in whlcb lie recently knocked
oui a couple of "dubs" in tin- same
night, taking less than a round to accomplish tlie trick lu eucll case.
Battle of the Ancients.
There Is a possibility of those
ancienl gladiators, Bob Fltzsfmmons
and tins Ruhlin, again meeting tn the
ring. Tom O'Rourke wants ihem to
clash at ids new Tuxedo dub, near
Philadelphia, ami both men Have de
clared themselves willing, though ns
yel no articles have been signed, Both
���  were presenl in the in   going all ibe time, llis working part-
Induce him  In enier the    professional   'm'11   PTOfess  to  be   in   fair  condition,
.-auks.   bUl     llis   answer   has     always   needing  only  a  shorl   prlOd  of active
to ests        ,'ir team, and promised to nets are all good men, ami keep him  been thai lie would nm do so unless  training, ami if the flghl can be pull-
put a gi cam  in  Hie Reld,
The : atter   of   obtaining
roughl   before  lie
lug e Chamberlain   Cup,
going all the lime, hul he never seems he   could,     like   .liiuim    Brill
i   new io tire, nr gci enough of the game, as wiib    iln' topnol.chers  rlghl
���  meel.   li"  is always up and  going strong af stall.     No   working   llis   way   up   for
which  oi- nny new material which appears bim.
on  the scene. Berger   Is  a   big,   husky   young   fob
Rumors from Vancouver concerning low   with   n   terrible   punch   ami   con-
Fisher me to the effect   thai   he is shh-rnbio   knowledge   of   the   finer
mil   of points of Ihe game.    He has acted as
sparring partner for some of ihe best
but ile  '"'I  off���und  O'Rourke  says  it   can
i     |],(,  there is no doubl thai a large army of
��a.  ..       ..m year bj  the Wesl  End
team second   lime,   goes   in
Ihem ��� ��� "lis.    anil   now   the  boys
an           ���   someone to come to the working oui   pretty  strong
fronl ���        . new trophy. Tim i>n\s in course figures on a victory.
nil three teams represented    in the Parties desiring seats for the affair,
Cltj   leagm   'his year are good strong really sbouhl purchase them at  No.  I
players, ..al win put up a great light (in' hall immediately, or lake chances
for   th*    trophy,   which     it   Is     to   belOU     being    relegated     lo     Hie     rear
bop. e    , i.e   forthcoming    before  among the "back  benchers,"
verj  long.
Tin  .,     ��� ing officers were elected:
Honor..],     president,   Charles   Barlly;
persldent, W. s. Galbraith; 1st vice-
president, A. W. Cray; 2nd vice-president, ('.. i Brown; secretary-treasurer. J h'eary; executive committee,
F. Pierre, "wen Brown, J. Feeney, W.
s. Qalbraltb, A. w. Gray and 0.   I).
Peele.
Reti in s George Rennle, A. W.
Graj .mi e'orge Oddy. Committee
on schedule, c. n. Peele, c. Galbraith,
and Owen Brown.
Th;   following  BCllOdulo   was  ilia,, n
A couple or possibly Ihree good preliminaries will he put on, lint the
names of tbe contestants have not yel
been announced,   but they   win   be
right   Ihere  just   Ihe  same,     and  will
furnish  no end of good clean sport.
BUSY     PUGILISTS.
and cleverest professional boxers thai
have ever visited (he Coast anil undoubtedly has picked up a greal deal
of   valuabb    experience   In   this   man
ner, lie win unquestionably put up
a stirrer fight than ai. Kaufman did
with O'Brien, ns he is generally considered  ihe better man of tbe iwo.
The reason that lhe question ot Superiority  has  never been  sel I led  be-
spoils Irom liotb N 'W York and Philadelphia would witness the battle, Jusl
for old  lime's sake.
Down iu old' New York tbey are
planning a big three-round carnival,
wiili Marvin Harl and GlIS Ruhlin us
ibe wind-Up. 'I'be success of the
three-round clubs has made this effort possible anil Us promoters sny
Ihey have received assurance from
ibe  authorities that   they  will  not   he
molested, If the affair Is run on the
"club membership" plan. This event
may possibly be Ihe "opening wedge"
lo greater doings in lbe metropolis,
as the reeling Ihere has been rather
lentenl   for    some   lime   toward     the
tween Ihe Iwo men is Ihat their greal   stuffcr!    glove artists  and  their    pat-
Many   Important   Battles   Are   Slated
for the  Near  Future.
Chicago,  April   Hl.-Jiic.k  O'Brien  Is
going io bi' mi extremely busy pugilist during the next iwo months, with fldently expect he win
friendship    for each other  has    pre- reins.
eluded  such a  lest. 	
So  when  O'Brien ami  Berger meet, Good  Friday  Match.
tlie fin- Is bound to lly and the voter- 'file  Vancouver City  and Shamrock
an  wlll find use for every bit of his teams will meet on lhe Gamble si reel
science, coolness nnd generalship, if grounds   ai  3:30 Friday    afternoon,
Berger performs, as his admirers eon- (Good Friday) in association tootbn.ll
The    knowl- ami   from  pas
Value  of   Keeping   a   Diary.
'fhe author of the serial in Cornhill
From     a   Collegs     Window,"     who
nuns mn  to be  Arthur  Benson,  has
seme Interesting tilings to say as to
lbe value of keeping a diary:
A wylter has to pass through a certain apprenticeship; and the cure for
ihis natural vagueness is to choose
small, precise subjects, to say all ihat
we have In our minds about them, and
to stop when we have finished: not
to aim at line writing, but at. definite-
ness and clearness. I suppose people
arrive at their end in different ways;
but my own behalf is that in writing
one cannot do much by correction.
I believe that the beat way to arrive j
al lucidity is hy incessant practice;
we musi be content to abandon and
sacrifice faulty manuscripts altogether; we ought, not to fret over and
rewrite them. The two things that
I have found to bo of Infinite service
to myself, in learning to write prose,
have been keeping a full diary and
writing poetry. Tl;' habit of dlnriz-
ing is easily acquired, und as soon
as ii becomes habitual, the day is
no more complete without it than It
is complete without, a cold bath and
regular  meals.   People  sny  thai   they \
have  no  time   to   keep  a diary;   but
they   would   never  sny  that   they   hail
not   tlmi   to  lake   a   bath  or  to  have
their meals.   A diary tteed not be a
dreary chronic!" of one's movements;
il should aim rather at giving a
Ballon! account ol some partlculai
episode, ;i walk, a book, a conversation, li is a practice wblch brings
Us own reward lu many ways; ii  is
a singularly delightful thing lo look
at old diaries, lo ave how one was
occupied, say, ten years ago; what
one wns reading,  the people one wus
meeting, one's earlier point or view.
And then, further, as I have said, ii
has an Immense advantage of developing style; rbe subjects are
ready to linml: and on" may Itsam,'
by tliaiT/.Ing, Ihe nit of sincere nnd
frank expression
Girl-'  Antt-Smoking   Pledges.
Cigarette  smoking among jirls is
stated by the secretary of the Leeds
; branch of the Anti-Cigarette  League
to   be  on   lbe  increase.    Tin    practice
is particularly prevalent among the
factory and warehouse girls or Leeds-,
Many girls, however, hnve taken
the following pledge:
"r promise, with God's help, to abstain from purchasing or using tobacco ln any form, at least until I
leach the age of 21, uot only for my
'own Bake, but for the good of myi
country."
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throo important matches staring htm edge that he will practically, own the    teams the match should be a fast one.
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Teacher of tiie German
Language ami Piano.
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General banking business transacted.
SAVINGS  D-PAKI lYlfcNI.
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Collections iiiiulp nt lowest rates.
)pen   Saturday   nl_nts   trom B to 9
o'clock
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ENGLISH    NEWS     NOTES.
Aboul ��4,500,000 of public funds
are spent annually in the I'nited
Kingdom on the treatment of ihe insane.
In a report by a Sheffield medical
authority it is stated that BOO persons
die of consumption in this country
annually.
The Dristol home for lost and
starving dogs has provided an ambulance on cycle wheels for the conveyance of Injured dogs to the institution.
Mr. Fracis Lowrey, a barrister
largely interested In South African
mines, was found dead with his
throat cut in bis chambers in the
Temple.   A razor lay by his side.
Mr. Leonard Bright Roth, a grandson of John Bright, was scalded to
death by the bursting of a valve
connecting a turbine engine In a
mill at Rochdale, with tbe holler.
The "Bakerloohe," the new tube
from Baker street to Kennlngion, has
been opened and ls a great success.
Thirty-seven thousand five hundred
passengers were carried in the first
12 hours.
Lord Southampton has threatened
to resign the mastership of the
Gratton hounds in consequence of a
resolution passed by the committee
requiring him to engage a professional huntsman.
An Aldeburg lisherman found a hu
man skull on the beach after lhe
high tide. It Is suppose to have been
washed up from the city of Dunwick,
which  is now submerged.
The mutilated body of David Syrad,
a public house broker, has been
found near the Godstone entrance to
the Redhil! tunnel on the Southeastern railway. The tragedy is believed
to be due to a love disappointment.
The Marquis of Exeter was bin en
by one of his hounds while he was
hunting in the Del voir country on
Saturday. He was handling a fox
that had just been killed when one
of the hounds snapped at the carcase
and bit through his left hand.
An extremely well dressed woman
committed an audacious robbery ot
a ��150 brooch from a jewelery store
in the west end of London. On request the assistant showed the woman some expensive Jewelry. After'
looking over them she left the store
and the hrooeh was missed.
Seven workmen were injured by a
gas explosion which look place al the
malleable Iron and steel works at
Stockton-on-Tees. The roof of the engine house where the explosion occurred was sent Hying into the air
in a thousand pieces, some of which
it'll as many as 70 yards away.
At Christe's saleroom, London,
Nelson's famous memorandum to Ids
fleet was sold for ��3,600 to Mr. Sa-
bin, of Shaftsbury avenue, London.
Mr, Sabin made the purchase, ii is
slated, to save ihe memorandum going out of Hie country, and If the
nation liked to purchase it tor some
museum they could have it for the
same amount  as he purchased  it   for.
If not. ihen li would undoubtedly go
abroad.
An enormous frog was exhibited al
OPPOSITION VOTES CLARKE GETS MONEY
WITH GOVERNMENT WITHOUT SECURITY
Address   in   Reply   Passes the   Saskatchewan  House Without
a  Division.
Regina,   April   L0.���The   debate  on
the address in reply came to an end
Ihis afternoon, when  Hon. Mr. Scott
Teamster  Gives   Evidence  of Furtht
Loose Deals by York County
Company.
Toronto, April 10.���Evidence regarding the general mlxtng-up of selling pianos, soliciting ol life insurance, conducting of teaming business.
asked  for a vote, but Mr.  Haultain. publication    of two maga-lnes,    and
immediately interposed, and said that ! the carrying on of the affairs of the
so far as the Opposition was concerned,  the motion  would  be  unanimous.
York Loan was given iu the investigation    of   the   conspiracy   change
against   Joseph   Phillips   yesterday.
The latter had introduced an amend- Tnomas clark6| teamster, said that
ment in order to put members on re-; he had received advances amounting
cord, and had no intention of voting' altogether to $2,960 from the Luan
against the address    In  reply.    The! company. He drew $400 at a time and
house then adjourned for a fortnight
with   these  amounts   bought   horses
and  wagons,    lie used lo drive    for
Westminster Iron Works
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TENDERS.
Tenders   addressed to the   under
Bigned at Ottawa snd marked on the
envelope "Tender tor the construe* the last meeting of lhe Zoological solum of a Hydrographlc Steel Twlnjoiety, which measured no less than
Screw Steamer," will be received upI ten Inches In length from the snout
lo the lirst day of May next, for the! to the end of the body. It proves to
construction of n Steel Twin Screw be of a species qullu new to science.
Steamer tor the Hydrographlc Ser- and bus been named "Rami Goliath,"
vice in British Columbia waters. This ama-on among frogs wns obtain-
Specifications,   plans   and   forms  of ed  In the South Cuinoroons.    At  lhe
tender can be seen at lbe ollice of   the  same    meeting    another    remarkable
Agem  of the Department of Marin frog  was  exhibited,  the  females of
and   Fisheries  at   Victoria,  B.  C,  at which carry their eggs In the mouth
the  Custom   House  ut   Vancouver,   B. until they hatch.    The young emerge
C,  und  at   the  Department  here. not   as  tadpoles,  but  iis  fully   formed
Iv.oh tender must  he  accompanied I bough diminutive frogs,
by an accepted bank cheque equal to There    was  a  man  named    Dadd,
10  per cent,  of the whole amounl   of some       of      whose      pictures       will
the tender, which will be forfeited if be exhibited In a short time ln Lon-
the  person  bending the accepted  ten- don.    He showed extraordinary power,
der declines lo enter into a contract and If he had not become Insane he
with   the.  Department.     Cheques     ac- would    have  rivalled,  if  nol     outdls-
cnmpiiiiying tenders which are not nc- tanoed Watts,   lie only recently died
copied   will   be  returned   Immediately  al   the    Criminal   Lunatic asylum    at
after a decision has heen arrived nt. J Broadmoor.    He    painted many    pic-
Newspapers copying this advertise-1 tures, a number of which were sold,
ment without authority from the De-' hut It was thought by the government
partment will not  be paid. that  It wns Improper that these plc-
F.   OOURDEAU j tares should ho sold ln open market,
Deputy   Minister  of   Marine   and and the    superintendent of    Broad-
Flsherleg. moor therefore allowed him to paint
Department of Marino  and  FUh- the walls, which he continued to do
erles, I In nn elaborate way.���Guy's Hospital
Ottawa,  2Mb March, 1900. I Record, London.
over  Easter,    the   long cessation  of"! Phillips and also drove for Miss Oeor-
business being necessary in order to; ginu and Miss Lillian Hudson on two
permit of members living in Nor-, occasions. For the $2,1)50 he gave no
thern districts getting hack to their security. He used to retain a third
_ ���.. i of  the  profits  and  hand    two-thirds
boines.    lhe   government   expects   to .,,       ,,   ,        ...
'over to Miss Lillian Hudson, He drew
conclude the    session    within    three  m . wwi. ,_ ______ The advances
weeks, or at the outside, a month Jm used to draw from Mr. Linn on an
after  the  reassembling  of  lhe  house. ��� order  from  Phillips.
 0  Charles  F.  Brondhurst.  now an  in-
i BUrance agent  in the Sun Life com-
To Civilize the  Pigmies. |I.I|1V    ___   prevIou8ly   for   ten   years
The Belgian government has prom-' with the York Loan, said he was the
ised everv assistance towards a move-  flr��!   wml  nexl  the superintendent,
.... ,   .   .       ,      ,      and ihen an inspector,  He only sold
ment   which   is  on   foot   lor   the   dls-, ,      ,.,���r    ...
one piano ami it '.vas tor $826. His
patch of an independent, industrial j oommlgBlo- was 16 per cent. He also
mission to the Congo forest for the wrote life Insurance, bis average he-
establishiiient   or permanent     villages   ing  from  $2.11011  lo  $6,000.  This  was
and gardens for lhe pigmv tribes In I ll0Ilt' whll,J l"' Wlls '" ""' "ay o( the
,, York  Loan, which also paid Ills hotel
those    regions,    several    represent!!-
lives or which have neen in England j    __,__ A'ieMn_er testified to working
tor   many   months   past.     It   Is   sug- , f01-  the    York  Loan,    the    "National
Rested  that  by  this  means  many  of' Monthly" and "Home Magazine," all
these little people in  the  depths  of I "' thu S1,n"' ,lme-
their  forest  may  be induced  to be-; "    ..������,".. ���-,,
COLOR   LINE  IN   HAMILTON.
come proficient In the cultivation of,      Fl.()m thc Montreal    Witness,
rice,  potatoes,  bananas  and   tobacco,      'n,e "ijest" hotels in  Hamilton round  the making of clothes and other , fused accommodation to the American
useful articles, while at the same
time being able to follow their chief
occupation  of hunting.    Several  thou-
Jubllee Singers, a welledticated, well-
behaved  choir  of  colored  people.    It.
was  some  time  before  a meal  could
he secured anywhere and the concert
sands    of   the   pigmies     inhabit   this: wu8    delayed     In  consequence.    Tho
dense and enormous forest, which Is' conductor  told  the  audience  that  lt
far larger In extent than the United | was the first time since the company
Kingdom,    Col.  Harrison,  who Is re-1 had heen on the road Ihat llrsi class
sponsible for the return of the little hotel    accommodation  had    been re-
visiturs to Africa in ihe autumn, has' fused, and naturally he felt very bit-
promised   ��:!00 towards the scheme, ter about It.   It Is suggested that tho
Mr.   and     Mrs.    Chamberlain     ��10, .license    commissioners    of Hamilton
while among others who are support-  should do something hy way of pun-
lug   tho    proposal    are   Sir    Harry jibbing the hotelkeepers who behaved
Johnston, the Princess dl Teano, the {so    caddishly    and    barbarously,    if
Countess    of  Oxford,  the    Earl  and  only in    the interests  of the    good
Countess    of    Londesvorough,    Lady name of their city, which they have
Stanley, widow of the famous traveler tarnished,    their    licenses  to    keep
(all of whom are on the committee),  places of    entertainment    should  bo
and  Dr   C   F. Hutchinson, at whose, withdrawn.    The credit of being the
invitation    the  pigmies    visited  the! most prejudiced and unChristlan city
house of parliament In the course of on the continent Is n< t ono to glory
Inst session.���London Graphic. j in.
' THE DALLY Nfc'WS
WEDNESDAY,   APR|L  ,,
1905
THE DAILY NEWS
Pul iished bj The Daily News Publishing Compai y. Limited, at their
Officet corner if Sixth and Front
Btreets, New v istmlnster, B. c.
Editor   and'Mg-     Edward   D.   Sawyer
Te.. ohones.
business offlce  22
Manager's residence  2ai
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WEDNESDAY,   APRIL   11,   1906.
PENITENTIARIES.
The annual report of the minister
of jusl Ice Is now behove us and as the
British Columbia penitentiary is located here a few; extracts and In-
ferences from the reporl may he of
Interest to our readers.
There were In custody on the 30th
ol June last 1,367 prisoners. The
number in each prison is given, and
by taking approximately iho population ol ihe Dominion and Iho penitentiary districts we are enabled to draw
comparison as to the relative proportion of convicts In  British Columbia.
Assuming the population ot lbe
Dominion as 6,000,000 modi up as
follows, vi/: omaiio _,300,p00, Quebec l 700,000, the Maritime provinces
1,000,000, Manitoba and now provinces 700,000, nnd British Columbia
300,000, we find tlmi we have mon'
than om due share of ihe criminal
ela.ss. The following table will enable the reader to make his own comparison lind draw his own conclusion-:
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record or the others follow in the order given. British Columbia has
certalnlj a high percentage of
criminals to iis credit, .0163,���one
and three-fourths times ihe number
in Manitoba, twice the number ln
tlie Maritime provinces and over
twice iln' number in Quebec or Ontario. \\'e have ovei- ten per cent, of
the prison population of Canada,
which should mean thai, of a population of 6,000,000 tor tin' Dominion,
we should have liuo.iiiiu people to
jus! ity     this    large     percentage.     Kx-
plan&ttons heretofore offered on this
point do not seem to hold good, as
any reason assigned might be applied
with equal or greater force to Manitoba. The figures nre slartling aTld
should awaken serious thought for
the  future of our  province.
Theli    were three escapes    during
the year, two from story  Mountain
and     one    from   St.   Vincent   de   Paul.
There  was one  very   bold  attempt  at
r
escape frnm the Kingston penitentiary. Four desperate characters
seized the officers surprising ihem,
look llieir lire anus and made a dash
lor liberty. Tbey were recaplured.
Hied, and got, each, two and one-
half years added ii) liis sentence.
There is bul slight reference to the
New Westminster institution which
hows thai affairs must be running
-mootlily  there.
Whal si ruck us as ol' very greal
interest is lbe paper read by Inspector
Stewarl   al   Hie   .National   Prison  Con-
; gross held iii tb'- United States last
October. Wlthoul professing to know
much   In   regard   to   ibe  working  of
��� such Institution we imagine that gooil
discipline is a matter of lirst consideration, and Mr. Stewart's views
on this subject appear to us as very
sensible and should prove of greal
value, especially to new men joining
tho force.
innate conditions prevailing in our
own cities which have existed for so
long in the Industrial centres of
Croat Britain. This class of immigrants Will not settle on the land. Men
who have been broughl up In lhe congested districts of the Old Country
cannot adapt themselves to agricultural life. They know nothing about
farming, and they lind It impossible
to   learn.   They   Uml   ii   difficult   even
to adapt themselves to the conditions
which prevail ill our cities, und they
become discouraged and shiftless and
idle. They are as a rule impossible
as settlers, and those responsible for
inducing them to come to this conn,
try are doing a poor service to the
men  themselves  and  a  worse one  to
Canada. The imperial governmenl
might well interfere to prevent the
misrepresentation regarding labor conditions in Canada, which is undoubtedly practiced by a certain class of
business, agents. What Canada wntils
from the mot her country is the bone
fide settler on Iho laud, who has
strength and resolution to work and
ls thrifty and industrious.    This class,
whether thej  understand farming or
not, will succeed, and the more of
I hem who come lhe bolter for themselves  and   the   Dominion.
K $
ta    O
448
,0196
.H21
Ontario   	
Quebec    1   357 j,   26 j .
Maritime    ProVs...|   5331   17; .05331
Man.   Sask,   All) I    1901    14 j .027   \
British  Columbia   . .|    139 j   10 j .0463
These     figures     might   vary     some
what it we bad the exact population
tor the Dominion and the provinces
for lasi year, but we think the variation would be slight. From the above
ii will ' . obs< rve I thai Ontario has
the  cleanesi   record,  ,0195",  ami   the
WRONG    KING    OF    SETTLERS.
(From    Vancouver   Province.)
The suggestion on the part of the
Canadian authorities Ihat the imperial government pass an act to prevent
through  misrepresentation,  the  sending  of   Immigrants to   Canada    will
be   endorsed by  the general public of i
the  Dominion.    According lo the dls-1
patches   which   are   being   received
from  .Montreal.  Toronto    and    other
centers In the east, the Influx of Brl-'
tish   laborers  and   artisans  is  at   lire-'
senl so greal that a serious condition
of affairs is  being created.  With the
over supply of  lhis class in  the    big
towns the whole laboring population
will   be  affected,   and   we  may  soon
se.-, on  a  smaller  scab',  the  unfor-
BRYAN   AND   SOCIALISM.
From the New  York Globe,
Has    Mr,  Bryan    grown    tired  of
working   the   socialistic   side   of   the
political   road?     Hoes   he   'impose   to
surrender the avails thereof to the
Hears! boomers and to devote himself hereafter to the other Bide? Has
he made up bis mind henceforth to
be among "Ihe sale and sane?"
These inquiries ure suggested bj
Mr, Bryan's article in lhe April Con-;
tiiry on "Individualism vs. Socialism."
Although his words nre suave ami
be seeks to avoid unnecessarily Injuring the feelings of bis socialistic
fi iends���keeping hold of llieir hands
until be is sure thai he has firmly
grasped those of their opponents���
Mr. Bryan seems to enroll himself as
more of a believer in the benefits of
competition than of legal ami enforced co-operation.
Mr. Bryan's present attitude, as revealed in this article, does not fuiida-
nientaly differ from that revealed by
Presldenl Roosevelt In his well-
known Minneapolis speech���thai Individualism is the Ideal, but that ro
secure b and to preserve competition "in a constantly increasing number of cases lo shackle cunning as In
the past we have shackled force," and
that new conditions "make necessary
a change from the old attitude or the
state and nation toward property."
Mr. Bryan represents the rural rather
than the urban agitator, and the
farmer is not as receptive to socialism
ns the city workman.
A. SATISFYING STbRY.
ft  Worked   Both   \\tij��   In   llclinlf  of
Ihc  t oiiur-MMiiti:!.
Some years :������;> there came t i Washington   a   re] alntlvo   iu   congress
from Iowa who was au ardent champion of the cause  if prohibition.
One day a friend from homo dropped
lu to see tbe congressman, During the
course of his staj be had occasion ti
use his pocketkulfc, which the representative much admired. This knife
had in it a book, "designed," sn thi
friend said, "to remove stones thai
might become fastened In s horse's
hoof on a rocky road." Finally, seeing
the Intense admiration of the congressman for the knife, tho friend gave it to
hlm. When the itatesman had reached
home aud hnd shown the girt to his |
wife she laughed
"John," snld she, "any mini who has
served three terms in the state senate,
been lieutenant governor und hnd two
terms ln congress must be a pretty
good mnn If ho doesn't know a chain- ]
pagne opener from a hoof cleaner."
Somehow the stiry got out nnd was j
copied by nearly every newspaper In 1
Iowa.    One tiny the congressman met
the newspaper mnn whom bo understood to be the author of the lirst squib
In the mutter.
"You did me n groal service," smilingly snld the representative to the
correspondent "All tbe prohibitionists
are Inking my n fe's view of my Ignorance, nnd nil the 'antls' are Insisting thnt I'm a devil of a good fellow
fur Imposing sn successfully ou my
wife. It works In my behalf whichever  way  ynu  take  it." - Saturday
Evening Post.
_.���> mane application mr ii pawns m
England in -589, ��� ou being refused i
patent by the English authorities B��
fiirlhwllh departed for France and
soon afterward set up a largo factory
at Rouen. The Lee machine, which remain, the same as It was 200 years
before, was introduced iii the colonies
during the Revolutionary war. A
sharp Yankee improved un it and set
up   the  first   tJu-bsd   States   stocking
factory at echoes, N. Y-. in 1888.
. .
Ilrmliitncrnt.
Tbe author had wrlttcD one successful story, and lie never grow tired talking of It.
"Don't you know," said one of hit
friends to another one day, "Illler always reminds me of a pleased dog."
"That's odd.   How does be?"
"He's always wagging his tale."
W. R. Gilley, 'Pnone i-_-'_.
J. R. Gilley, Vhone 144
Gilley Bros
��
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents H. C. 1'ottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement (',,.
Office;, front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone lb
A DYED  BEARD.
!�� Probablr Changed  the History of
tin- whole Human ii-e%.
The most striking case In history of
the Importance of trifles Is furnished
by the story of Mlisn, the lender of the
Moslem host which won from Christen
ilom In three nnd n half years dominions which It took the soldiers of the
cross twenty generations to win hack.
He bad a red beard.   This wns a'trifle.
Musa, though a very great general,
was 11 very vnln mnn, aud he dyed hit
heard black. This was another trifle.
One of his captains chaffed hlm on the
subject, and Mus.-i forthwith bad bim
stripped and scourged. For 'his, ul
the very height of bTs conquering ea
reer, Musa was recalled by the caliph
aud disgraced. This made It Impossible for bim to romiunnd the Moslem
army nt the battle of Tours, on the Issue of which, as nil historians agree.
the destinies of Europe and perhaps of
the whole human race depended.
It Is almost certain that if the gonitis
of Musa bad replaced the incompetence
of the haif dozen tribal Iendem whose
dissensions made victory Impossible
the forces of islam would have j" nc '.
hands from the west to the east and
Inclosed Europe in their grasp.���London Standard.
-o-
Wiih thai new suit you should
have fashionable footwear. W. B. Sinclair  leads  the  fashion,
The  First   Knitting   llaclilnr.
Historic mention of bund knitting is
lirst found In the books of tbe time of
Queen Elizabeth, th i-gfi it Is known
that lt was one of the arts of the Pom-
pelians. The first machine fur knitting
���ras tbe invention of one William  L?e.
Iiow   K.i<-��_-i_��loii��   O-lslu-l*.
"llnlloo" aud "hurrah," which are
among U10 exclamation* in common
use, can be traced to curious origins.
The author of "The Queen's English"
tell* us that the people of Camwood
forest, Leicestershire, when they wlsb
to hall any oue at a distance cull out
not "halloo," but "hnlloup." This, be
takes lt, la a survival of the time*
wbeu one cried to another "\ loup-t A
rip!" or, ns we should sny. "A wolfl
wolft" "Hurrah," according to higli
authortty, ls derived from the Blavonle
"buraj," "to pnrndlse," n battle cry
Which voiced the prevailing belief that
all soldiers who fell in the fight went
straight up to paradise. Pearson's
Weekly.
Han null  Ilia  Valet.
"I  never saw a  man s') entirely dependent on bis valet."
"Quite helpless without him, ch'.'"
"Quite helpless.   Mabel t-��� 1.1 me that
when be came to propose be brought
his valet with him."
"What was that for?"
"Why, when he reached the proper
place his valet spread a hemstitched
handkerchief on the floor for bim to
kneel upon." -Cleveland Plain  Dealer.
A  I,link  of  ComiirtlHiin.
The old squire was narrating his experiences witli county fairs. "You never hnd much to do with managing
them, perhaps," be Bald. "Well, I have
bad a great deal, lt takes a lot of
head work, I can tell you, tn think up
popular features outside ef the big
Steers, the fat bogs, Uie mammoth
squashes, the poultry, the preserves,
the lace tidies and the agricultural
Horse trots to draw the crowd
"1 ren ember one year," he proceed-
ed. "when We got everybody's Interest
excited by announcing n prize of a gold
beaded cane for the homeliest iniin In
tin- county und a silk dress pattern for
Uie homeliest woman. After a spirited
competition the cane was awarded to
Colonel Vun Jessup, the landlord uf the
A'mi JeSSUp hotel."
������Yes, I know him," Interrupted one
of   the   listeners,   "and   I've   seen   the
cane.    Who got the silk dress for being
the homeliest woman?"
������v-hodv.   There weren't any entries."
 o	
The   man   Is   nol   up-to-date   when
not wearing one of those lighi vests
mentioned in Phillips' advertisement
on  page 1'..
���Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have oa sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderesl
and Rest Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
REICHENBACH CO. Ltd
Columbia Street,. New Westminster.
Wedding
Presents
$6.50 up
English China
Tea Seta from
-AT-
H. MOREY & CO.
Advertise in the News
NOTICE
Titke notice that the   Greo   a
packing   Company   Limited   save
posited plans and application fur it?
erection of a wharf   mi thi
River, Hritish Columbia, 00 tbe fore
shore c,c Section  12    and Fi
Be-trion   S3,  Bloc- 3,  North Range i.
West.
Dated at Now Westmlnste
this 18th March, 1906.
GREAT     WEST     PACKING    COM
PANY   LIMITED.
>���*��!
EASTER: GIFTS
At the Leading Shoe Store and Recognized as the Only Shoe and Stands
Alone in the World of Fashion.
Ik --   *&���
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PH1T
OLi/jL i
Gents, All Sizes, From $3.50 to $7.
Ladies' All Sizes, From $3.00 to $6.00.
Our Many friends and patrons speak in glowing terms of our shoes.   What
can be nicer for Easter than Comfort in Footwear.
W
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EDNESDAY,   APRIL   11,   1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
Tke  Best  Paint Local News Briefly Told
iJU is  none   too good
mm o
What   is   |5.00  or  even  jio.iio, wl    you  an-  painting your house.
If yoU  want   Good  Paint or any thing   else good you have io pay what  il  is
worth. S. W. P. is the best Prepared  Paint made, ll  may cosl  a trifle more
than other brands, but yen con counl on tl  being the best.   Try it.   The
���ool  Of the  pudding Is the eating o(  It.      For   sale  only   by
H. T. Kirk, Tinst;
ware and
tn
J Did you ever buy anywhere else as good
TEA
as ours at 35c per pound ?   Try it!
Three Pounds for $1 .OO
The City Grocery,
j   Telephone 97.
ADAMS & DEAINS
Should a Horse be Clipped ?
flipping in the early spring is recommended by leading veterinaries. Clipping improves the health of a horse,
makes him feel better, work better and increases his value.
Our 20th Century Clipper
costs very little more than the old fashioned two hand
clipper, but does 100 times the work. We also keep in
stock 1902 Clipper and the Stewart Patent new 1904 Model
Sheep Shearing Machine. They shear clean, saving 1 to
1-2 pounds of wool to a fleece.
BEE SUPPLIES KEPT ON HAND.
T. J. Trapp & Co, Ltd.
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!        GIVE PLEASURE and PROFIT IN USING.
FOR SALE BY
j       J. J. MACKAY,
J    Booksellers, Stationers, Etc.
235 Columbia Street.
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Not on Top, But Still in the Rin 7.
House Cleaning Time
I
_    \   l you may possibly need a carpet    We have  the  greatest  ran",-  of y
V them and can guarantee to save you money and give ynu better satis- fi
'���*', fa tion than vou can get in any other place.     For instance, a good body .������
>J Brussels, paper fnr underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up. y
!���! Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents a yard.   We fit
A  have the largest stock and the finest show rooms anil the   finest   prices. ,�����
'5 ('nt!.! and see us.    It will pay vou to see our stock before  placing  your >��
order elsewhere.
W. E. FALES,      I
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_ 716 and 718 Columbia St    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   ,���,
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest  Stock  in the City.
Mounted     in   any  Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
S-^M DjgMONDS I   The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
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FRUIT TREES
| THE    FINEST    VARIETIES    THAT   MONEY   CAN    BUY.              |
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|:i Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.           |
| "   Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds          |
!���: Ornamental trees and shrubs in great variety, evergreon and gold- |
;���! en from 2 to 6 feet   Roses, paeonieB, rhododendrons,   privet,   ever-a
Catalogues free.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. g
y  green, and broad leaved for hedges.
|    D. M. Robertson & Sons
>jj   Tynehead  Nurseries.
Ask  Us  About It!
BURNABY--
7 acres on tram line ; 2 acres cleared ; good new
6 room dwelling, with electric light; splendid location.   Price $210O.   See us for terms.
McLeod, Mark & Co., Rti
Real Estate, Fire at Life Insurance
273.      Near Tram Office
Attention is called to Phillips' advertisement on page ii.
The tug ('live look a scow load of
bay  anil  feed  lo  MaCdonald's camp at
Pitt river this morning.
W.    IO.     Sinclair     says- Reineinbi-r
gentlemen  we    told yon  thai    there
WOUld   be  no  lans  worn  this  summer.
It. Coleman, of West minuter Junction, arrived in town this morning
via the C.  P. R.
.Miss Alice Wise, Royal avenue, returned Sunday from an extended
visit  in the upper country.
Gilley Ilros.' .team tug Flyer la
away to I.adysinlth for a scow load of
coal for the dredge, the King Edward.
Examine that oarpel and decide on
buying a  new one m  \V. S. Kales' on
terms of payment to suit yourself.
MIhh Whiteside of QroeUWOOd Ih tha
guesl of Mr. and Mrs, T. L. Ilrlggs
of   Royal   avenue.
The (incst in ths land In neckwear
Is to be f nl ai Phillips' Big Clothing   House.
I
The his came In ibis morning from
down the river with a six swifter
boom of logs for the Brunetl ills.
'I be  question  Ol "can't   afford  it"  Is
done away with. W, It Pales' method
rn doing business on the easy pay-
memenl plan has caught on.
a car lead of Chatham Incubators
was discharged here ibis morning
and placed In thai company's local
warehouse on   Pronl   street.
The steamer Belle, came iu from
Moodyviiie this morning with a large
seven swifter boom of logs for the
Royal City  mills.
The  Brackman-Ker    Milling    com-;
pan.',   shipped  ii   car  ol   feed   to  Den-
holm ^ Jackson of Chllllwack on the
Beaver today.
0. It. Ashwell was a passenger to
bis bome in Chllllwack ibis morning,
after  a   shorl   business  vlsll   In  the
Royal   City.
Mrs, ami \v. Robertson returned
home today on the O. N. R, from Elgin   where  they   have  been   visiting
friends for a  short  time.
In oiiler to Clear what tan shoes
we have in stock l'D per cent, discount
will be giv. n on every remaining pair
so says \V.   E.  Sinclair.
Prof. Judges, the Westminster dancing master was a passenger on the
steamer Transfer to Ladner where ho
lias a large dancing class and band.
Owing to the Easter holiday the
Jubilee industrial school will not be
conducted on Saturday, April 11. All
the children are asked to be present
on   the   Saturday   following.
In \v. E. Pales' advertisement on
page Beveu one finds ll possible to
buy furniture on tin easy payment
system. Easter presents are the at-
ii act ion  this  week.
\v. E. Sinclair legs to Inform his
numerous patrons thai the store will
be open until ll o'clock Thursday
night.
An acceptable  Easter glfl    in the
shape   of   a   comfortable   chair   would
be highly appreciated by anyone. W.1
E,  Pales'  siock of chairs  is worthy
of Inspection, .
The stationary engine in the St.
Mungo cold  storage building  is being
thoroughly overhauled and repaired
in anticipation of the season's work.
They will now soon run two shifts,
embracing  the  full  24  hours.
Word conies from New York that
salmon prices are increasing. A few-
days ago the price offered was 18c to
line, yesterday the price went up to
26c, and shows signs of still further
advancement.
The Transfer's afternoon list of
down river passengers consisted of
the following: P. Swenaon, Westham
Island; .1. Ouuderson, 13. C. cannery;
it. .1. Jefferson, D. Wood and J. F.
Stalnton,   Ladner.
P, Mark, one of T. S. Annundali-'a
staff of grocery  clerks  was  a   passim.
ger on the steamer Beaver to Chilliwack this morning, where he will
visit friends tor a few weeks before
returning to his home in this city,
vv. p. McCormlck, was one of tho
Bteamer Beaver's passengers for Mt.
Ln i in ibis morning, He reports
thai th farmers of that place ure
verj bus.', preparing for the season's
work,
Ths Schaake Machine Works company   shipped     on   the   Heaver     this
morning a shingle machine to Messrs.
Cooper & loiiweii or chllllwack. the
owner  of  the    shingle   mill     at   that
place,
\V.  K. Kales is offering all kinds of
household furniture at Easier prices.
It appears that a dollar or so down
and   the   balance   weekly   or   monthly
will buy anything   ln   ihis   popular
store.
The Fairbanks company of Vancou-
, ver   this   morning    shipped     on     the
Heaver   a   new   model   moulding   ma-
��� chine to street Brothers of Chilliwack, which will add to the equipment of Iholr sash and door factory
at   that  place.
Two linemen are busy installing ii
motor, which registers live horso
power at   Ihe  creamery  for the    new
Ice cream plant which will be Install*
ed shorl ly In tjint place. The work Is
being done under the supervision ot
Mr. lVighy.
King Solomon lodge A. F. & A. M.
last nighl entertained ��� number of
distinguished guests. Among them
were: Mr. Houston of Victoria, grand
junior warden, The meeting wns presided    over    hy    Sheriff    Armstrong,
grand master for b. C, and a special
degree was pul oi In honor of the
visitors.
Confirmation   Service.
a confirmation Bervlce was held In
St.   Barnabas  church  last   evening by
the Right Reverend John Dart, iu>.
Bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster.
There were eleven candidates presented by the rector, namely, Mary
Caddell, Fern Mlnihorne, Louisa Dun-
lop, George Furness. Edwin Flndley,
Noel Fletcher, Philip Herring, Geoffrey Burnett, Charles Pretty* Cecil
Minihorne,  George  Kdwyn  Emett,
Tin- service was attended by a
large congregation of friends and relatives who heartily enjoyed the
service  and   were   much   Impressed.
Half Hour Service All Day.
From the hours nf \ a. ni. lo s p.
in. the It. C. Electric! Railway company will run half hour ears tomor-
roin and the nexl day, both on Hie
liiteriirban and city lines. The company has heen running a half hourly
service all day Friday, ii being markel
day, und next Friday being a holiday
It is thought Ihat there will be Increased traffic the traffic n Is thought
will be affected somewhat on Thursday also, and for ibis reason tlie company will run the half hourly service
both  days.
THE ANTELOPE.
HI. TWO  Willi,-   Out, !,.-..  Ttusi   Act im
u Slvnal Code.
Visitors lo ihe circus and menagerie
have noticed the two white patches on
antelopes, lie se >p..is are a signal
which can It rea.i by ib,. animals
which have nones ti) smell, Even uni
mala whose B-ose of smell bas been
lost can read ���h" message which the
antelope gives pi warn bis friends or
danger.
The hulrs on these patches are long,
while und ordinarily point downward.
Among the roots of lb.- hair ls a gland
which secretes a strong musk. Underneath the skin nt this point Is a broad
sheet of muscles which have the power
to raise thesu hulrs so that Ihey stand
; out at nil angles like (he petals of a
huge white chrysanthemum,  When nn
I antelope seen danger this muscle acts
und lhe pnteli flaaheS out like snow. Iu
the middle nf each ls a dark brown
spot, the musk gland, which frees u
greui quantity of the musk which can
be detected down lhe wind for n Jong
J distance b.v another antelope. Even
man can distinguish thU danger signal
for some yards,
The antelope Inn live different sets
of glands, ci.eh giving forth u different
kind of mUSk for use lu Its dully life as
a melius of getting or giving Intelligence.   Tb" two In Ibe middle of each
rump patch has been explained, but
the purposes of ibe others bare nut yet
been fully accounted for.
66
EUREKA"
You will exclaim with the early seekers after gold, No we have no gold
lying around for you lo pick up���but you will And BOmething just as
good. You will lind articles at iirices thai ....,! nve y,m S(JIm. ���f your
hard earned cash.    Think of it!
Those $17.50 Sideboards we are Selling for $15.00
Those $16.50 Dressers and Stands for $12.50
Elm Golden Finish, Heat Mirror, :! Drawers in Dresser
Carpets   a beautiful line.    Hygenic Carpet, Underlay and Stair  Pads-
Kelt���something new ami tin- best yet.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to  241   Front  Streets,  Uupont  Block,
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Seaside  Excursions.
if urn ar,- going to the Old Country
or sending for friends and desire
comfort, travel via C, P. Ry. Atlantic
Lake Erie West si. John, April 28.
2 magnificent new Empresses will sail
in   May.   For   particulars  apply  to  Ed.
Goulet.  C.  P.  R.  Agent.
 o ���	
Affects  the   Railway.
Miailville.   Pa.,   April   11.���All     de-
partments  of the  Erie  railroad  shops
here were pin  on hall' time today on
account of the coal strike.
Selecting   Jurors.
Sheriff   Armstrong    and     Registrar
Cambridge   today   impanelled   a   Jury
for  Hie  coming assize, tn he held  in
New  Westminster on May  l.
Goislp.
How frequently are ibe honesty and
Integrity of man dlsp ised of by a smile
or a shrug! How many good nnd generous actions have been shrunk into
oblivion by a distrustful look or slumped with the Imputation of proceeding
from bad motives by a mysterious and
seasonable whisper! Lod; into companies of those whose gentle natures
should disarm them; we shall llild no
belter account. How often does the
reputation of a helpless creature bleed
by :i report���which the parly who Is at
the pains to propagate it beholds with
much pity nnd fellow feeling that the
is heartily sorry for it; hopes in God
ii is not true; however, as Archbishop
TUlOtSOn -wittily observes upon it. is
resolved in tbe meantime to give the
report ber pass that ut least it umy
have fair play to take its fortune in
the world to be believed or not, according to the charity of those Into
whose bands it shall happen to fall!���
Addison.
Luck.
Abraham Lincoln, after being a member of congress, desired to secure a
clerkship in Washington, lull he was
defeated  by  Justin  Butterfleld.    He
was disappointed, but had he not been
defeated he would have spent bis life
In obscurity Instead of becoming president of the United States.
Oliver Cromwell was once on hoard
a ship bound for America, but he was
taken buck by a constable, and the result was Unit be became one of the
greatest men England ever knew.
Ulysses Grant would nut have beeu
a military man bud It not been that liis
rival for a West Point cudelsbip had
been found to have six toes ou each
foot Instead of live.
'lhe great silver mine, the Silver
King, had been discovered by the lucky
accident of a prospector throwing a
piece of rock in a lazy mule.
I   ' el nl I...,    ,,l   ll   Nuiill'.
An amusing account is given of ths
evolution of a   name.    A  man  named
Halfpenny lived in Dublin nt Hi ul of
tin' eighteenth century. Having been
very successful in business, bis children persuaded bim to change his nam,'
to a more dignified one. which be did
by dropping ibe lasi letter. In tbe
course of time the orthography was
nlso changed, ami "ben the man died
he was'burled as Mr. Halpen. The
fortunes of the family Increased still
further, und the BOU soon dropped lbe
"II." The next transition was mi equal
ly easy one,  und  be who bud  run  lbe
streets ns little Kenny Halfpenny came
ont as Kenneth MacAlpln, the descend
uni of a hundred kings.���London
Queen.
A   Hllirj-   of    I I.M.I.. r���j.
, There is u story of Thackeray shortly
after the publication of 'Vanity Fair'
dining wiili a friend and receiving an
Introduction to big next neighbor, "Cup
J tain   Cravrley   of  the   Life  gunrds."
Thackeray    looked    greatly    annoyed
scarcely opened bis ilpn to this gentle
man ami afterward told bis host In nn
aggrieved tone that "bo liked a joke ns
well as nny man. but there wns n time
nnd a place for all things." No joking
allusion lo u character "f his novel
j had. however, been designed or perpetrated. The fellow guest actually was
a Captain Crawley and held a commis-]
slou In the Life guards.
Sl.  Mi-lmlnn.
Santa Claus was born in Patavla, In
Asia Minor. That was n ll liis real
name. He was an abbot and named
si. Nicholas. He afterward became
archbishop or  Myra.    At   tin- bitter
place he died and WBS duly buried. Ill
May, HIST, bis rbmalns were carried
by same pious Italians to Barl, on the
Adriatic const. They ure now nt rest
Iii n splendid church which bears his
name, The people around about mnke
a pilgrimage to his shrine every year.
No one seeking food on thai occasion
is rel'useil it by  tbe priests,  while ue-
commodatJon is given to as many pilgrims ns the edifice will hold.   On St.
Nicholas' day, Dec 0, tt great celebration takes place In his honor. Early lu
the morning the populace take his linage from the priests und carry It
through the town. At night the city
ls grandly Illuminated.
IIiim"iI"��   lllriln.
Scientifically bumming birds are "tro-
chllUlae," and those who make a special study of them are "troehllldlsts,"
although the birds are not identical
with tho old Greek "troehllus," or "runner," bird, which, according to Herodotus, entered the jaws of the sleeping crocodile and obliged Its big friend
by picking leeches from his throat. The
Spanish name for the bumming bird Is
"loininejo," meaning a third of a drm
and referring, of course, to the bird's
minuteness. But the prettiest nan..
nre those, such as the French "froufrou," which refer to the humming
noise sometimes produced by the almost Incredibly rapid vibration of the
wings. "Purring with her wings" Is
tho expression of Thomas Morton
[10821, the llrsi English writer to mention ibe bumming bird.
-.1*
Ellard Block,
New Westminster, - - - B. C.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster la.40 daily.
Arrive New Weatmlnster 11.35 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. New West. . S.30; ur. Seattle 16.50.
Lv. Seattle 10;  ar. New West. 18.40.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv. New West. 10.35 and 17.35.
Ar .New West. 9.35 and 16.40.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. U.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle S.30 a.m.; ar. N, W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.; ar. N.W. 9.35
p.m.
V��� W. &  V��� VANCOUVER.
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and B.3S p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. It.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.   N.   W.  9.20  u.iii.;   ar.  Guichon
2.20 p.m.
l.v.  Guichon   2.10  p.m.;   nr.   N.   W.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER,
l.v.   New   Wesl.   5.60   a.m.,   8,60,   8
und hourly until n p.m., with half-
hourly between  18.80 and 0.80 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to 11 p.m.
Sunday hourly 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.;
with halt-hourly bet, noon and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same lime through
out.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From- Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
Favorite���
From N. W. dally, ex. Sun., 2.15 p.m.
From Mt. Lehman, 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. dally, ex. Sun., 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Baturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
City of Nanaimo���
From N. W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Victoria Saturday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00 p.m. 6.46 p..m
Sap'n <& Mlllsldc.lO.OO p.m.    6.46 p.m.
Vancouver lQ.00p.ta,   '.'.noa.m.
I Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park,..10.30 a,m. 8p.m,
Victoria 1.1.30a.m. 10.00a.m.
I East Burna-jri. .. US p.m.   1.16 p.m.
! Steveston,  etc.... 1.30p.m.  '0.:',0n.m.
���East, via C.P.R... 3.00p.m. 12.00m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.. C.OQp.m'. 18.00m
Van. & Burnaby.. 3.30p.m.    G.'H) p.m.
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As It Is our belief that ls Is quality not altogether quantity that
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Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all l
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
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Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage daily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io, I
ICjOI.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
12.25 Pm Rossland  4.10 p.m.'
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.1
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General Passenger Agent
WHEN GOING EAST
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For Time Tables, Folders, or any
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Berths on their sleepers are longer,:
higher and wider than in similar cars
on   any   other   line.      They   protect
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Connection made with all transcontinental lines in Union Depots.
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Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
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A. D. CHARLTON,
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The Lucky
Number
r
13
Is a Lucky number when
it represents an income
of 13 per cent on your
money.
The owner of a Royal
Avenue property has ordered a quick sale, which
means that we must
move, and move quickly.
This is a renting proposition and its net income  exceeds  thirteen
per cent on price asked.
Only $500 cash required. THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY.  APRIL   11
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PHILLIPS
Leading
Clothiers
SEND EASTER GREETINGS
and Summer
Easter - Neckwear
Men's Ties 25c to $1.50
SPECIAL STOCK
Ties 50c
Men s Fancy Half
Hose
25c, 40c, 50c and 65c.
Fancy, Stripes, Checks, Patterns
Men's Fancy Vests
In Pique and Fancy Cashmere
PRICES
$1.50 to $3.50
B_BH6EZaES��*a m tt 9 I ��� imma_mmmmmmWBammmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmnmmMMmnm
COMMISSIONERS FAIL
TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY
American   Investigators     of   Valencia
Disaster   Render   Poor  Account
of Themselves.
Washington, D. C, April 9
a protracted consideration of ihe disaster by which more than a hundred
men, women und children lost their
lives off Cape Beale lasi January,
the Valencia commission has failed
10 ti . the responsibility for that
.,..'ait-rending event.
The dead captain ol the ill-fated
Bteamer is blamed to a degree for the
bulking of the vessel, but the failure
to rescue the scores of human beings
who clung to the wreck for days between life and a watery grave musi
remain forever n subject of individual
discussion for all the light that is
thrown upon the matter by these
commissioners.
The   commissioners   finished their
labors nearly a week ago aud the report which tbey have received from
the printer will be given to tile public when tbey gei ready. Extraordinary measures havi' been taken
lo guard against nny publication of
Lhe reporl at present.
un,. ni the commissioners said today that they wished to have lbe
report printed in full and so it must
be sent by mail to the Beveral thousand newspapers represented by the
Associated Press ami oilier news
agencies.
Whether the Eastern newspapers
will accommodate Messrs. Murray &
Smith of ihe commission, by publishing eight or ten columns of their
report, remains to be seen, but they
said today thai the document could
not l.e "boiled down" in justice to
their distinguished authorship, At
the risk of Incurring the displeasure
of these two young office-holders of
tin' Stuffed club school, who take
themselves so seriously, iho following
is given as a brief summary of the
commission's report:
Firsl���Capt. Johnson, the master,
now dead, overran his course on account of mistakes In navigation.
Proper cure would have revealed to
bi;n bis whereabouts,
Second���Vessels were slow In
reaching the vicinity of the wreck,
bul wii'<' communication was Interrupted and not enough steamers
were tiuickly available at the time. No
tugs or other comparatively light
draft vessels were sent to the scene.
falling to devise means to help the fraudulently.   The judge charged thai
remaining passengers io escape. ihis Information was not privileged-
Fifth���Reporl    is     wobbly    on lhe which is a stale of things that should
question of the responsibility of res- be rectified. At the same time he took
cue   panics   seni   to   the   wreck   and occasion   lo   dwell   upon   the   inipor-
ihe commission finally straddles lhis tance  of honest  dealing  to trie con-
Important question.    Much testimony trary, declaring ihat "a man pays too
that    the    sea    was     comparatively high   a   price   for   his   wealth,   more
smooth   during   the   lime   the   Queen than  a hundred  cents on the dollar,
and   Topeku   were   in   lhe  vicinity  of if in his effort to enable him to gel
After  l1"' wreck, bin still a question wheth- wealthy  he sacrificed  bis character."
er il   wns  possible lo send  bonis. The  result of  the  trial   is  a  vindlca-
Offlcers    on    board    ihe    steamer tion of the rights of the press when It
Queen are blamed for the departure
ol'  I be  vessel  for Victoria.
The Pacific Coast Company, as a
company, is noi censured or blamed
in any way.
The report will also contain recommendations for various new aids
io navigation on the north coast, all
or most of which were published in
ih" preliminary reporl of tb" commission.
Cost of Strike.
The Free Press of Winnipeg figures  ages,
up the cost uf the recenl  Btreel rail-  	
way strike in that ciiy as fellows
Co.-,] in Company���
Three cars destroyed  	
 $ 2,700
Others Injun d  	
       500
Wages for strike-breakers	
     9,600
Food for men   	
     3,000
Thlel detectives 	
Legal   an.l   oilier   costs   	
      2,000
Loss   of   earnings   	
    11,200
inlur cosis oi running  	
     4,000
Transportation of strike-breakers
    n.uoo
Directors' loss of time, etc 	
      soo
si eks lo uphold the commercial industry of a community and to expose
wrongdoing on ihe part of greedy
men. The Globe is entitled to congratulation for the stand It took and
upon the result of the trial. But
there needs to be some alteration In
the law if it is correctly interpreted
Ii.v Mr. Justice Chile lo mean that
newspapers may not make use of Information derived from a government report intended for ihe public
without   risk   of   a   lawsuit   for   dam-
GrandJfamkjtjr.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MA1U-
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Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via [Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
���
-$tli,l(in
Assistant (len'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Ilia Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Cos!   to Men���
Strikers' wages, '.lilays
Cos!   in   ciiy   	
Loss   to   public
Total
IMPORTANT   LIBEL     ACTION.
From the Monetary Times.
A jury al Cobourg assizes has just
found for the Toronto Globe newspaper in a case where that journal
was sued for libel by a fruil dealer
Third���Broadly speaking, the Val- ! named Coyle. The newspaper had oh-
encfa answered the requirements of talnea from one of the Ottawa depart-
the  law   In   regard   lo  life-saving  ap-i menls,  and  published,   some  inl'iuina-
pllanoes. i Hon which reflected on Coyle as hav-
Fourlh���Party     who      got     ashore   Ing  transgressed  the  fruit   marks  ucl
from wreck were not censurable f r; ty packln
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,    mall,
   express    and    freight    connect    with
 'stages at Carcross and White Horse.
$68,850  maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager,
Mackinnon  Bldg.,
Vancouver,  B.  C.
2,5110
21.unn
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
apples and marking themand  J_o  for  anthracite.     Nol   more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Fersons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
, the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days it ocatcd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
j fee for recording a claim is $S-
At least tfioo must be expended on
1 the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
I made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister oi the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
cupper, in the Yukon Territory, oi an
area lint exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2'A per cent, of the sales
of the product* of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
' Saskatchewan River claims are cither
bar or bench, the former being too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
i to the base of thc hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet Wide
may he obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and tlie N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of live miles each
, for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and snb-
for lirst year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royally same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in thc Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river anil hill
claims sliall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch^lie width being from 1000 to
2000 Tect. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet sipiare.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices.    Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office,
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
Thc person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miller's certificate.
The  discoverer  of  a  new  mine   is
entitled   to   a   claim   of  iooo   feet   in
length,  aand  if  the  party consists  of j
two, 1500 feet altogether, on tlie out-j
put  on which  no royalty    shall    he ���
charged the  rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except1
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark 011 each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall  have  a  dredge  in I
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles!
but where a person or company has'
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one ���
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-|
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
.per annum  for    each    mile    of river
leased.     Royalty  at  the  rate  of two
and a half per cent, collected on  the
output nt'tcr it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
Thc lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars iii thc river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
i-t day of August in the year of the
dale of the lease,
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each live miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   the
comptroller.
1 No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number  of  claims   by   purchase,   and
I free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. -A claim may be
abandoned   and   another  obtained   on
j tbe   same   creek,   gulch   or   river,   by
. giving  notice and  paying a  fee.
Work   must   be   done   on   a   claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
' not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad open to occupation
1 and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made  and  publishing  notices  in  the
I Yukon Official Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, thc North-
i west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
I petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such peril nl as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times tlie breadth. Should the prospector  discover oil in  paying  qiian-
titii s, ami satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not  exceeding 640
acres, including the ml well, will be
-"Id in tin- prospector at the rate ol
$i an acre, and the remainder "I the
tract reserved, namely. ia8o -en .
will be -..bl ai the rate of $.1 an acre,
subject i" royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
\V. W. CORY,
Deputy of the  Minister  of the  Interim,
Dept, Interior.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAV
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dally I NF.w ij   Dally
Leave! WKRTM1.\STKr| Arrivo
)A .....11)1..!...^     ll*.)))- ��� I'l.AA .....
9:20ani|Iilalno, ��telling-|3:Ql
I: ''.'1 pmjham       Burling-IO:?
I*.,- ATI Tin-
Iton, ML Ver
mon, Everett,
Seattle and
jPortland.
1:35 pinlSpokane,      St.
|I>aul     and    all
points  Fast.
11.20 am|Auacortes,
IW'oolley, nnd
[Rockport.
11:011 pin Vancouver
0:35 pm
00 pm
35pm
: (HI pm
:00 pm
ll: 20iini
\ 1:115 pm
Route of tb" Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, hi. Paul. Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,  Duluth,  Chicago, St.
Louis and nil  points  Fast.
For    complete    Information,
rales,   berth   reservation,  etc,
cull on or address,
K.  0. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B, C
S. G. YKRKES, A. G. 1'. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Suhject to change wlthoul   nouca)
VICTORIA-SL.M I I.L   KUI It
PrlncesB Beatrice Dally
Leaves Port Townsend  1: p. ra.
Leaves Victoria 9 p.m.
Arrive Beattle 5 a.m.
Leave Seattle B.3U a.m.
Arrive Port Towsend  LT'i noon.
Arrive Victoria 3.80 p.m.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA    KOUTBL
S. S. Princess Victoria.
Dally.
Leave Vancouver 1 p. m.
Leave Vieloria 1  a. m.
VICTORIA-NEW  WESTMINSTER
KOUTt;.
RTH. CHAK-MLIf.
Leaves Victoria, 1 a. ni., luesdays
and Fridays.
Leaves New Westminster. 1 a to.,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Calling at Mnynonn d Steveston.
VANCOUVER-NANA1MO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan leaves Nanaimo nW- es'
cept Saturday and Sunday, al " a-n1,
Saturday S n. m. .
I     Leaves    Vancouver    dally,   nce^
Saturday and Sunday, at  1-30 p.m.
Saturday 2.:m p. m.
WKSTCOAST   ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City.
Leave  Victoria   11   p.  m.   1st, u"'
nnd 211th or each month for Miouseu
(mil way points. lh
Leave Vlctoiia Huh of eai tl nioDtB
for Quatslno and way points.
Leave Victoria 2Mb of each monn
for Cape Scott and way points Wm
ing Quatslno.
LOWER ERASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer.
New   Westminster
every
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Easter   Holiday
Excursion
Round trip tickets to all
local points at a fare and one-
third. Sold on April 11th to
April 16th. Good to return
up to April 17th.
For further particulars apply to
ED. OOULET,
O. H. K. Agent.
Now Westminster.
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Leaves
day, ���..,..
Additional trip leaves New "���
minster Ii a. m. Sunday.
Leaves    Sleveslon    Monday,    "
day, Wednesday, Thursday and -'
urday 7 a. m.   Friday 6 a. "'���
dillonal trip Sa.urday 5 P- "'���
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
Steamer Beaver.
Leave New  Westminster �� s.
Mondays, Wednesdays and >'""';'.
Leave Ohilllwaoh 7 a. m. 'i ;".'*���.,,
Thursdays and  Satrdays, c*"n���,i��r
landing   bei ween   New   WeBtmTO'
and Chllllwack.
NpitTHF.RN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees. it_
Leaves Vancouver at - '''���',,,',."jt
and  tilth  of each  month  r:it it-
Skidegate on first trip and n<-"u
hi on second  trip. . ,,,,rtui6
Tiiiies on arrivals and w
nre approximate, . |0.
For Tickets, reservations sna
formation cull on or address.
j. w. TROUP. itl
General Superintendent, VwWj1
E. J. COYI*
AbsL Gen. Pass. Agent, V_nco��
W. H. GARl>iNL��'
Gen. Agent, WjWMl,
l'Teigiu ,"''"T.,|,r,
New westml-��wr'
ED. QOULBT.
Agent, New Westi-insi* w
EDNESDAY,   APRIL   11,
190-3.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
MUlTlN. V.F.ART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc'. Of-
N,.w Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
[Jorner Clarkson and Lome Btreets.
Vanci ��� '. rooms 21 to 24, It". Oran-
"-ritle Btreet. Jaseph Martin, K. C, ,t.
W* Weait, W. ti. McQuarrle, H. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wIJI he lu the
Westminster ofllces every Friday af
ternoon
Bank of
Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
incorporated   by  act  ot   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid Up)...ll4.UUU.UOO
llKSliilVK FUND siu.uuo.uoo
HOWAY, REIO & BOWE8, Barrls
ters, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street opposite Court House. Now
Westminster.   J- H. Bowes, P. 0. Box
211.
WHITKSIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia streel, New Westminster.
W. 3. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P- HAMPTON BQLE, solicitor of the supremo court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office. New Westminster. M iney to
loan.
IH.  Hon. Lord Strathcona anil Mount
Royal, Q.C.M.Q,.. .Hon President
Hon. Sir Q, A. Druinnioiiii, president
E.  S.   Clouston,   Vice  President  and
General Manager.
General    banking    business   trans-
! acted.
Branches in all tne principal citieB
I In   Canada,   In    London,   Eng.,    Now
York,  Chicago, and  Bt.  Jonn,  Mid.,
and correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dept.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
G. D. Brymner,  Manager.
Royal City Pish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We deliver to all parti of the City.    Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily Newt. New Westminster, B. C.
BIG WANTS ANARCHISTS rLOCK
BALLARD STRlKtHS
Wanted���Thirty able-bodied, men to
work for the Corporation on the
Board of Works. Kor information
io wages and employment apply io
Mr.  Kurni'ss. Supt. of Works.
TO UNITED STATES
s   Land   at   Both   Atlantic     and     Pacific
Ports and Center at Baltimore.
For Sale���i'i acres, 15 acres cleared,
Good  building.    Apply  Donald  Mc-      Washington,    April   10.���According
Clure, Port Kells. j to official Information received In this
 city Italian    anarchists are    arriving
in the United States ln great numbers
it   both Pacific and Atlantic seaports.
Lost���On  or  near  corner  of Queen's
avenue and  Cih street, a photo ot
young gentleman with name on back.
I�� STATEMENT
Set   Fortn   Their Complaints  Against
the Owntrs of Shingle
Mills.
I.    Wash.,   April     lo._LaSt
"   local shingle    weavers'
''""'" offleers mie ������, Hrst author,.
; :"        1''"1"'" thai the   organiza-
The diplomatic representatives of the!""" h;LS issl"''1-   Cp to this time no
Kinder  please return to this office.
Italian  government   have  positive  in-
THOS. R. PEARSON
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block. Columbia and McKenzle streets, New Westminster, B. C.       	
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. 4 A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held "u the Blrsl Wednesday In
eaeb month, at 8 o'clock p. m., In
the Masonic Temple, Sojourning
bretl r. a are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DaWoir Smith,
������ try.
6. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
823���One hundred and sixt
southern slope or tne aerpentln
the Clover Valley Road, near t
land is very productive; about
Good and convenient tiunuings.
This Is well worth lnvestlgatio
1027���An unusually good b
to Tii acres under nrst-ciasa cul
good shape; lu-roomeii uwellln
kiln and baling room in good c
are worth at least j;s,i)uo. Bert
This is a most desirable farm;
he taken off lt.   Price, ��/,b00 c
��������������������������������������������������
Can Arrange
Terms For You.
y acres.beauttrully sltuatea on the
e Valley; first-class lanu, minting on
he  railroad  and  river;    good  road;
60  acres    ln    first-class  condition.
All necessary Implements and stock,
n.   Price, $90 per acre.
uy. One hundred and sixty acres; 60
Uvntlon; 9 acres under nops, all in
g in good condition, barn btlxlOU; hop
ondltlon; the buildings on the place
and Creek runs through tbe property.
from 12,51)0 to $3,1)011 per year can
ash.
k���h_���> ��� ��� ��� aaa.
formation   to   ihis   effect   and   have
"I brought the matter to the attention'' fjc,.r
on | of the United States.
Through these reports the linnilgra
For Sale���Modern 7-roomed house
fine corner in West End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Cheap. Apply | tlon  officials  at  Sun  Krancisco  and
X, this office. | Baltimore  have   been   advised  of  the
Statemenl ol anj kind has been given
out  from   the organization, the   of-
1 of which have refused to talk
publication.   The statement    in
part  is as follows:
"To  begin with.
for
Lost���Small purse witn small sum of
money at foot of Cemetery street
Sapperton. Return to Mrs. Clgonier,
Front street, or Daily News.
there  is  no ques-
recent  landing of a  party of anarch-1 tlon  whatever of the recognition ot
s   from   Italy.     The   ciiy   of   Haiti-   the union nor of a closed shop, nor of
an eight lu,a, day in our
more,  it   Is stated,  is  rapidly  beconi
... !uu ��'6"'-ni>ii|-iluv in our rtflmnnSo  wr
ing an anarchist center. oemanus. we
The Italian consuls are engaged in        y "sli ""' s;""(' "ages which have
assisiiug   the  Immigration   officials,  ,)ot'n Paid shingle weavers throughout.
u,    ._    ������..... r.    i      .,i     ,    ,   ,,    ., with a view lo locating Ihese men and .the state of Wushinnti,,1  i,v  .,ii ���h]n
Wanted    .null Cords of Hemlock Bark1 , , ... ___..   I  . ��� n
H   was   said   today   that   very   shortly i gle   niiiiiiifaeturi.rs
there  will  be placed  in the  hands of   ij;,11;ii-<l)
the  immigration  anthorliies sufficient
data upon which to make several ar-
at the Fraser River Tannery, Ltd.,
taken in lots from 25 cords up. For
particulars apply to the manager at
'The
tor Hi
claim
KING SOuOMOM  LODGE, NO. 17, A.
1". fc A. M.���Regular communications of ihis lodge are held on the
md Tuesday in each month in
M , onic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting i; sthren are cordially Invited
t , . ttend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec,
Still Doing Business at tne Old stand.      j
j Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
J Manufacturers of
! Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
\Af   I\/lcRA.E        ��� ^^c Carruthers Manufacturing Co
J 1/AklfnilUCD      D      o
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Tannery or P
Westmlnstei
O. box    187,    New \
rests.
taoturers   tho
except   those of
lasi   three  years.
"' ;l"' Ballard menu-
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Hulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. lt. Austin,   Sapperton.
Eggs for Setting���Pure Barred Rock
$1.1)1) per selling. .1. W. Austin, Sap-
perton.
Wanted���Fresh milch cow. Apply I'. O.
Box 332 or Dally News Office. City.
Costly  Blaze at  Fairbanks.
Fairbanks, Alaska. April 9.���The
Washington block was destroyed by
tii" early Sunday morning. The
loss   amounts   to   $62,000,    only   the
i 1 work of the firemen saved the
business pan of the city.
The principal losers were Bill Mo-
Pi  and  Ben Everett, owners. $46,-  Vu...
lhe   Btv ii    manufacturers have the advantage ol free
"'    ���'���'��� '���"" water is great!} offset
l,y "'" " Uowlni advantages thai the
roanufai   in      ol Ballard have   over
all   othi
the state;
1 b ir . ���   Is the
'    '        b  ior storing logs;
'     Mnerj  broken ran be re-
placi .1   ig    ,,a  hour or  two
throughout
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTOr.Y. No.459'
1>.  ;     K.   of  I.,   i . "' ;   second  and
fourth  Fi Ida    ol     ich month, al  8
i      in   Orange   h ill,   ��� oi n r   ol
Royal avenue and John streel     So
Sn- Knights   cordially   In-
. attend.    W, E, Dun) ip, W.
p.;   ;:. E. Mattl lo . Reg.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full lino of English, scoicn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Spring stock  now  in.    Make  your
. election.
For Sale���"..) Egg Chatham Incubator.  Company  ami  Collins  &   Magaw
Cheap.  Only  used once. Apply 1119
Sixth avenue or I'. 0. Box 502, Cltj
while
musi iii.ise down a day,
'   :i;   ,::" 1,jt until the pans are re-
smaller lo8ers   '������''" ""!l & C��"   Placed from Si ittl    third    enalrs cat
Vugusl     McDonald.   Tiiues    Printing   ,���,   ,..���,,,    che
000;
The
E.   K.   Haves,   clothier,
'i"';' than at    Interior
mills, as the numerous machine slums
Ben Everett says   his partner, who \nBrc, tDnrt ,   , utuune snops
end tn keep prices down; fourth
r
Belyea & Co.
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE,  NO.  1150
���Meets in Orange hall flrsl and
third Friday In i ai b month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. B. E. Matthias,
\V. M.; J. Humphries, Rec-Sec. General Hauling and Delivery.
 ; Heavy  Hauling Our Bpecallty.
I, o. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27-
Th" regular m ings ol this lodge
are I eld In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia stre it, every Monday evening,
al 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. i;. J. May,
N. <;.;   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. O. U, W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
ngs the first und third Tues-
in each month. Visiting
brethi o cordlallj Invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson Btreet, C.
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephone u>u.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115. SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Hi is)- Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday ot each month.
In K. of p. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p, m., White Hose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., H. Disiii",-, Secretary.
Dress in Reason
The latest Mitchells tasnion plates
'nave arrived.
So have our spring stocl; or bigh-
class suitings.
Also worsteds, serges, broadcloth
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial wants.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
-VIA THE-
Great Northern Railway
' The Comfortable Way" Route of the F z.nous Oriental Limited
F<>r detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
L
.J
For Sale���Old papers suitable for
wrapping up parcels, etc. Apply News
offlce.
Found���a house key in "Tlpperary".
Apply  Daily   News Office,
For Sale���Young Cow and Calf, newly calved. Mrs. T. Hembrough. 14th
st. and  .".th ave.
i-   now  en  route  home,  was  to  have
Insured the building while outside.
E. F. Hays jumped from a second
Btory window during the fire and was
Injured.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Tender
Licence to Cut Timber
on Domonion Lands in the Province  of  British  Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Timber and Mines Branch, Department ot the Interior, and marked
on the envelope Tender for Timber
Berth No. 471," will be received    at
Re  part  of  Lot 2S0 Group  1,  New
Westminster  District. Whereas  proof
of the loss of  Certificate of Title
number 21tilA, issued in the name of
Daniel Callaglum has heen filed in this
ofiice.
Noi ice is hereby given that I shall,
at  the expiration of one month from  this Department until noon on Wed
.the date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to nie In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
>��� :���:
New Westminster, Ii. C.
March 30,
lliuii.
j.N.Aitchison,   Electric   Plants
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
nesday, the 2nd day of May, 1908, for
a licence to cut timber on Berth No.
471, situate in the Railway Belt in
the Province of British Columbia,
commencing at the southeast corner
of Section 14, Township 5, Range 27,
West of the Gth Meridian; thence
North 44 chains; thence West 80
chains; thence South 20 chains;
thence West 20 chains; thence South
24 chains more or less to the North
CrD'tTibia  street.
of
IH of Lot 10
Map  200,   New  lu and 11, 100 chains more or less, to
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 40J9, I.O.F.
Meets the Fourlh Friday in the
month nt 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. R. Uushton, C. IL; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
;J. ii. T
FOR
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge nre held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 pi m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
Pianos, Organs,
Piano Players,
Columbia   Gramaphones and  Kecords,
Zithers, etc.    .
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia Street.
Pull   nr  write   fnr   lirloes.
Mills and Factories
Re Lot 9, 10, and
Suburban Block 10,
Westminster  City.
Wherea
ficsite of Title Number 1074 a,'    The regulations    uuder    which    a
issued  in  Ihe  name of .lane  Howay  licence will  be issued,    also printed
Ballard mills are never shut .own for
cars, as the mills . _Vi retl and Interior towns are; fifth, i is ead of
Everetl business men opposing the
shingle weavers' union, thej have
agreed I i ereel a brick building for
ib" international headquarters If its
lei ��� would . in in Everett;
sixth, ii. .' lattle-Ballard 1 .cal, No, 12,
brou dngle weavers' union, is
: filiated i Ith the American Federation ol La or, which has a membership of ���:. .mi > men, on whom an
aasi ssmenl of I ci nl | er member per
month can be called if needed, and
which ie > m nl would amount to
$80,000.
"The    Bhlngle    weavers      ave    ile-
termlned to stay out until the mill
owni rs agree to pay them the union
scale of wages, b i they are assured
of all n - ::    moral and financial
Bupport. A committee has been ap-
i otnted, with fall power to ai t, and
will meel n similar committee of the
mill owners al nay time or place,
when an install! Bettlemenl of the
si i-ike can be made by the mill
owners agreeing to pay tbe union
scale of wages.
(Signed) JOS. O. BOLOBR,
"Internationa] President.
"Certified to by Soattle-Ballanl No.
12. by Fred Clark, president; W. S.
Tallman, vice president;  Warren V.
boundary of Section 10;  thence East
along the North boundary of Sections  ^_
The strike is putting about $2,000
the point ot commencement, contain-  n__   _&y m   _, _________i .___ the
proof of the loss of Certi- ing an urea of 400 acres more or less.; wo,.kmi,:i ,,s well __ lhl. buB|ness men
can ill    afford to lose   It, especially
after the two months' close-down of
has been filed In this offlce. ' forms of tender and envelope, may be  __\_  ____.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,  obtained at this Department or at the      Tne gtrlke  is still  in force, there
at the expiration of one month from. office of the Crown Timber Agent at. i)e|n),    on|v    ,wo mills working���the
)* V
I Electric Supplies. Wires, Cords, Etc. |
|        Incandescent and Arc Lamps. |
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at s o'clock p. in., in Oddfollows'
Hall. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend. J, s. Bryson, B. C; J. McD,
Cam;   .-;���., Sec.
SONS CF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl and
Third Tuesday of every month 'n
K. of P. Hall. John McNivan,
Chi :, j, ,i. Forrester, Rec. Soc.
REfORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hours,
English, Japanese anil Chinese   Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said Cer-
! titicate, unless in the meantime valid
'��� objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
] Land  Registry  Office,
i New Westminster, B. C, April 4, woe.
board of trade.���New Westminster B >ard ol Trade meets In the
Bit;d doom, i'i:y Hall, as follow,-..
Second Wednesday of each mouth.
Quarte. ly meetings on the seoond
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at s p. in.
Annual meet ings on the second
Wednesday of February. Nov
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. 15. While, Sec.
When you want a good smoke you
ask for a���
"B.C." OR "OLD SPORT"
Manufactured hy the B. C. Cigar
Factory, who also make The "Brll-
lantes" (in Ihree sizes.)
WILBERG & WOLZ, Props.,
Factory and Office, Urine Illock,
NEW WESTMINSTER. TJ. C.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Commercial, Pitman and Gregg Shorthand,     Telegraph*  and  Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
THE BEST of courses, the BEST of
teachers   (eight)   and  the   BEST  of
salaries.
It. J. BPROTT, B.A., Principal,
11. A. SCH1VKN, B.A., Vice-Principal.
|        Write us for   Estimates   on  complete Plant. | ' 1	
;���:        Large Stock of Supplies and Apparatus carried;*;   J^ p~l_r |\ll  ���     if
i at Vancouver and Rossland. '4 Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Now Westminster, B. C. ! Acme and Stlmson's.    It was report-
Each tender must be accompanied I ed about th��� streets today that the
by an accepted cheque on a chartered Mlllll,n ___ _.__ agreed to pay the
hank in favor of the Deputy of the' unl,m srai,, .������) wui,i,i start work
Minister of the Interior, for the wednesilny morning, but Mr. Gib-
amount of the bonus which the appll-; hardt, one of the owners of the mill,
cant is prepared to pay for a licence.   wt,en   ___e_   a\)Cmt   \<   last  evening.
No tender hy telegraph will be en
terlalned.
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, March 20th, 1906.
stated that he knew nothing about
It. The business men of the town
are getting at the fuets of the strike
and will endeavor to bring about a
Bettlemenl within the next few days.
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| Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd. i
VANCOUVER, B. C.
'M:*':/t':.*':.t;:*':*'xw.w
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Wustminstcr, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Wustmlnster, B.C.'
B. X Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,   Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancyv.(_lass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
Oldest  English  Subject.
The king's oldest subject is Bald to
be im   irishman named James    Mc
Nally, im Inmate of the Little Sisters'
Synopsis   of  Canadian   Northwest home,   Bouth Lambeth,   He attained
HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.     Wf��� 1":'i" b'rtMfty   ___ ��*^ *
still going strong.   Whatever may be
Any even numbered section of Do-   ___ injustices from whieh dwellers tn
million   Lands   in   Manitoba  or  the  tne dear 0i_ distressful Island suffer,
Northwest Provinces, excepting 8 and   ^^ H|., ,g _Q[ .������������.. lhum,   T,lere
so, not reserved, m:iy be homesteaded , ���,,.,i��� ,,. ������,i ,.v
, , .' , , , , , are more people uttiiiu to and ex-
by ;inv person who is the sole head Of ' .      ,    , ,���  ,���
S family, or any mule over   .8 years   <""!'  "'" ^' '"  il  ""l""'0" ��*"?*���
of age, to the extent of one-quarter Iretand than In any other part of the
section of Ifjo acres more or less. Dnlted Kingdom.    This is, no doubt,
Kntry may be made  personally at due to the  mildness of the climate,
the local land ofiice  for the district because it Is proved hy vital statistics
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia -t.
Daggage delivered
pnrt of the city.
proroiiiy   to any
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 1X5.       Barn  pnoue 1S7
BUY YOUR WALE PAPER
In   New Westminster
stock in the City.    Spring
designs arriving daily.
Also complete line of room
mouldings and plate rails.
in which the land is situate, or if tlu-
homesteader desires, he may, on application to the Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, the Commissioner of
immigration, Winnipeg or the local
agent receive authority for some one
lo make entry for him.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months! residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) if the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides  upon  a  farm   in  the  vicinity
of the land entered for the requirc-
- . , ���   .      ments as to residence may be satisfied
I carry the most compiete by iuch porsnn rcsi(iing with the father or mother.
(j) if the settler has his permanent
residence upon fanning land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
lhe said land
that people who live in high altitudes
do nm attain to very old ages. According to the latest returns, Germany has 78 who had attained to 100
years, whilst Franco hud 218. Ireland
headed the list with 578. aa against
146 In England und 46 In Scotland,
The oldest Englishman 1 have ever
seen is mi inmate ot Harming Heath
asylum, where he has been fifty
years la bed. He whb a "powder
monkey" on board the Victory at the
battle of Trafalgar, anil when I lust
saw hlm ho fought some of his old
bai ties over again.���London Sporting
ami Dramatic News.
Advertisement.
This ls to certify that my wife,
Elizabeth (formerly the widow of
Wild), Is too wild to be steered by
my compass, but one of her own
milking; end aa she has the devil for
I. HUDSON,
House Painter   and   Decorator
Sixth  St.,  Columbian   Block!    Deputy Minister of the Interior,
Six months' notice in writing should ner pnot| she has altered her course
be given to the Commissioner of P" : ___  peered away  from me, so that
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention  , w,��� pay no debts of her contract-
to apply tor patent. -^���v       Ing after this date.     Richard Jenkins.
"" ""' ' ���Clyde Times.
W. W. CORY.
m__u THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   APRIL   1
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SOMETHING TASTY    PR0PERTY owners       codnjel ahachs
  FORM ASSOCIATION      ; THE LIQUOR BY-ljfW
 TO ENTICE THE APPETITE	
Fresh Celery, 10c. per stick. Nice and crisp.
Fresh Lettuce, nice big heads. 5c. per head.
Potatoes, the best you ever saw.   $1.00 per sack.
T. S. ANNANDALE West   End   Grocery
OUR GROCER. D. W. Gilchrist, Mgr.
Organize   With   Object   of   Protection
Against   Legislative  and
Other   Evils.
J.  D.  Kennedy  Enters an  Objection
Case  of the  Holbrook
Hotel.
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
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The    New    Westminster    Property The casi  againsl McCasklll and Mc-
Owners   association was formally or- Intosh ol the Holbrook hotel charged
ganlzed  at  a   representative  meeting with keeping the bar open on Sunday,
lust  night  of real estate owners and wus   called   by   Magistrate   Corbould
agents. this   morning,  and  upon  the  conclu-
Th.- new assoclat on has ior iis Bion of the trial Judgment was re-
object the proportion of the Interests served until B:30 tomorrow morning,
of the owin-rs and occupierarof pro- .1. I). Kenned} represented the de-
perty (real, personal nnd income) tense, and City Prosecutor McQuarrle
anywhere in British Columbia, to pro- conducted   the  prosecution.
We have been appointed agents for the Union  Assurance  Society fi
of London, England, which has been carrying on fire  insurance business ,���,
since 1714 A. D., and  which   has  a   capital and accumulated   funds  of >I<
$_0;000,000. $
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canaiia, assurance record: >J��
Dec. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,41)0.   I'rem. $__,!lf>4.Ko W
[���; "       1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiums $ 6_,6(>5.!lti _
_ "       1901 " " 2,554,904. " 92,029.30 ���}
g "       1902 " " 3,425,897. " 128,695.21 'fi
�����: "       1903 " " 4,086,112. "        150,644.68 _
.���< "        1904 " " 4,509,754. " 166,384.20 ��
1 toZeI, McQUARRIE & CO., "'ifcZa^r I
!���! 186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. !���!
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tect such interests by closely watching legislation, (provincial or municipal) so us to remedy or prevent (by
petition, memorial or otherwise) injurious legislation, unfair or excessive
taxation, or other evils, also, to afford   assistance   in   securing   amend-
The prosecution alleged that the
bur of thi Holbrook was open about
S o'clock Sunday evening, and that
iwo men were in the bur at the Ume
referred to, bul that both were on the
outside of the bar. On. of the men,
.lack   Working,   in   replj    to   a   QUerj
ments to laws now bearing unduly on   from the officers stated thai  he was
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J.  S.   BRYSON
Hardman & Bryson
Practical Sanitarians
Complete line  of Granite, Aluminum  i'i..'.  Tin'.-.
Estimates furnished on all CI a ses of Plun   Ing Work.
Columbia  Street
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Sol" Ag
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VANCOl VER
property Interests; and for such other  purposes us appear desirable.
The constitution, by-laws and tnrilT
were finally considered clause by
clause nnd adopted ns a whole, and
very much the same as In the Victoria
and Vancouver associations.
Any property owner of the city
may become a member by paying the
fees and subscribing io ihe constitution.
The affairs of the association tor
the
the hands of the following board of
management: C. G, Major, chairman;
1". .1. Hart, L. McQuarrle and .1. II.
Vidal, tri   surer.
The n 1 of some such organization has ofti n  b nd tax pay-
not employed in the hotel, but the
evidence Introduced by Mr, Mcintosh
was to the effect thai the man was
employed by them on nighl duty at
thai time, although be had hei-n discharged on the folowing day. Monday, the Bth.
The defense alleged thai the liquor
by-law governing hotel bars was imperfect, ns no provision was made
which would allow the proprietor or
any of the household, Including ��� m
ensuing year has been placed in   ployees to enter the bar al  any time.
Mr. Kennedy held thai '''��� | roprietor
had the privilege of entei Ing his own
bar Sun lav or any other day al will,
: 'i ! thai the same i Ivlh gi should
be ex . n h d to an i ployee, Upon
groun Is he i it rd formal ob-
ers hat -"'1 them- jectlon, claiming thai    he defendants
Monarch   Rani
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Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
ITH. 1,01)0.00
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company of polio y-holders, by policy-holders, tor policy-
Amount of Folicles now ln force exceeds	
Amount of Assets, legitimate ami solid, now exi eeds.
This is a
holders.
OUR MOTTO:
Possible Outlay.
ine largest amounl of Assurance for the Least
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone 86.
8S-S-?
Mdnnes&Kai
10 acres of rich black
loam soil, first class for
fruits and vegetables.
All under cultivation.
Pries $500.   Terms.
25 acres, good land,
all under cultivation.
Price $50 an acre
50 acres of No. 1
level land. 40 acres
ready for the plough,
balance small hardack.
Close to school, church,
P.O., store and R. R.
depot, all at $2,500.
How is this for a
snap? 15 acres rich
black loam land, three
acres cleared and cultivated. Fruit trees
antl strawberries, four
roomed house, large
barn. All for only
$550, very easy terms
We have the choicest
selection of farming
land to be had, and
cordially invite your
inspection of some of
these properties.
Note our address.
McINNES&KERR
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Rooms 1  and 2, Dupont Blk.
Telephone   170.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
LOCAL VOLUNTEERS
HELD THE WARNING
selvi s to thai     feet, bo thai  there is
every pi oi iation
eful he wide
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PANTRY   PARTY.
Enjoyable Time Is Spent at Residence
of Colonel Whyte.
A mi rrj pan; was hi id al the residence of Colonel Whyte lasi even
Ing, The guests wi ri all members
ol ihu St. Andrew's Prsbyterlan
church  choir  and   the  gathering  was
.in  honor of .Miss  Williams a   val I
ber in' thai   organization  who is
soi a to leave thi       . ��� n al borne,   a
blushing bride. The event was called
..  pantry  party an I In  vli ��  of exist-
circumstanci certainly    a
-���   practical   Idi a.  All    the  gui -��� -
e   armed   with   -<���: ��� ���       Icle  con-
���  ed  to  be  m i essar.i     in  a    well
equlppe 1   kitchi a.   By   the   time   the
��� -��� - had all ed    here was an
Inti resl Ing    ai r: ���    of    -..this,    pots,
In      tins
could nol I." found guilty, as it was
clearly proven thai no business bad
b. ..ii transacted thai day.
Mr. Mcintosh on the Btand Bl ted
thai he had entered the dining room
about 7:30, and that during bis absence from the ofiice his clerk Working was in charge, A guesl wishing
m enter another portion of the building from the dining room, by way of
the bar, Working had opened the
dooT in order to accommodate him,
and that it was at ibis time thai the
officers arrived, Mcintosh swore thai
no one In ihe house had been supplied with liquor, and his testimony con-
cluded the defense after which His
Worship announced tha1 he would reserve judgment until tomorrow morn-
Ing.
CITY   MAIL  DELIVERY.
Question  May    Be Taken  Up    by the
Board of Trade.
Tonight   the regular monthly meel
Hour  inn of the board of trade will be held
Take
Note   of   Capt.   Johnston's
marks and  Turn   Up  for
Drill.
Re-
iread c.,   sufficient
i he face of
i   - r.
nished   care
��� i rythml-
nstlnct-
to their feel  nnd  indulged
During  the    i
ami   ; Ithough  the  bui iness    will  bi
utine, there  wlll be om   i
two Interesting    subjei ts    Introduced
scussion.  A   nui  ber of i Itizens
��� .  lati   tor a city
mall  deliverj   s; stem, and  a  pi
tlon  :n.!>   be submitted  to the board
tonight, asking thai    a  petition    be
Now is the Season to Buy
....Your....
Lawn
Mower
By getting one now you will have
the full season's use, of it.    Our
stock includes the
Woodyatt, Brockville and
Whitman & Barnes Males
ANDERSON & LUSBY
THE GIANT INDIANS.
������ecnllar Wiijn ,i�� the Onn�� ol Tli-rro
llel   E'li.-uo-
Tiii' una--, a tnbe of Indians Inhabit
ing the mainland of the Tierra del t'u
ego Island, are physical giants. Theli
average height Is over six feet. A ten
ure six nd one half feet; a few t^ill be
low sis fi et. Tin' women are more i ^
ptilenl and n il so ti 11. There I
i-.   e irld '    u a more perfi
I i de elopmeui than the Oaa In
_j This i- partly due to the to
r if til utry and the distill.u
timi of the game, which makes long
marches across the country a necessity
In mentality they tall tar below theli
physical attainments In the pasl theli
supply of game bus been plentiful, and
this may account for the lack of in
ventlve genius among them. This lack
���f progressive skill is p irtrayed In their
home life, clothing and homes. Theli
children Buffer from it. for, contrary tu
the practice common among most Indians of feeding, dressing nnd training
tho children well, tlie Onus' little ones
nr.. mostly naked, poorly fed and alto
pother neglected. Tbey have abundant
material for supplying themselves with
clothing nnd homes,and yettheythrow
a few bran hes together, put Bkinsovei
the windward side and then shiver un
der the miserable shelter.
Scientists who have.made a study oi
the subject say that the language ol
the Onas Is thc strangest ever listened
to. Many of the words are nol difflcull
t i pronounce,  uor is the construction
of the sentei i difficult, but very few
words arc Interrupted by a sound
which ii is impossible to produce. Thi
ape .. i- b. cl i, coughs and grunts, dis
tori n - his i ��� -.- in the m ist Inhuman
mam. ���, and thi i es on to the nexl
stumbling block. The l mas live principally upon n e it, w bah in former year-
was obtained from the guanaco.���New
York Herald.
Special Showing Of
Easter Neckwear
Visit our Neckwear Department the balance ol thi?
weel and see the Swell Showing ol Ladies New Easter
Neckwear whieh we have displayed on our center  tables.
Every Description ol Lace Ties, Lace Collars, Silk
Collars. Windsor Ties. Linen Collars. Four-in-Hand Ties
and Wash Collars.
All the season s novelties are to he found :n our display
for this special occasion.
A SPECIAL CLEARING
OF ODDS AND ENDS
10 dozen Ladies' Ties. Collars, Belts, Etc.. Regular
Values from 35 to 75c each, for this week only.
TO CLEAR 25 CENTS.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
Easte
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The Spring Apparel wants
Mankind are in full flower .
Easter   Time   and   our Store
blossoms in sympathy.
Now, as to your Clothes.
If the reputation of having
the best has any charm for you, you'll certainlyo
here, Sir, for your Easter Outfitting.
Suits, Top Coats,  Hats,  Gloves,  Neckwear,
Toggery of all sorts.
All of superior excellence and correct  in every
detail.
Modest Prices for the Best of Wi arabl  .
endered  by  the  prepared    tor circulation    throughout
Evidently the rec. nt remarks of
1 '. Johnson, who promised to Bum-
��� ion certain members of the local
militia for non-attendance, 1ms born
fruit, as the attendance al drill last
night was decidedly greater Hum ii
has heen for some time.
Many ol the boys had not though!
ii necessary to attend drill with the
same regularity as some of them are
said in attend church, and finallj
Captain Johnson was compelled to
take drastic measures in order to Insula, attendance on the part of
absentees
Vs a resull he aniioiinc.il thai all
soldier boys musi attend regularly,
or In- summoned before the court, and
although some of the boys may feel
sore they have evidently decided that
discretion is the better part of
valor, and that II would nol  be well
r, \. E, White, Miss Wil-
. Miss Whiteside of Greenwoo I,
and Miss Short, George Grimstone and
T. D. Coldlcutl also contributed solos,
all of which were much appreciated.
Refreshments were served and the
gathering broke up al a most reason-
able hour after    passing a  vote
ih"  city,  asking the  government    to
arrange such servio   if possible.
Elect for Trial.
Ab   Lee,  the Chinaman accused ol
a criminal  assault upon Peter Folka
of  lasi  Sunday, and later committed for
Another   l.i'fornii-r.
Stella���So yon nre really going tn
marry old Mlllyunsi 1 had no Idoa-
you were mercenary. Maude���I'm not.
I am going to marry hlm to reform
hlm. Stella���Reform him! I didn't
know be bad any bad habits. Maude
Yes, he has one. Ills friends sny he Is
miserly.���Chicago News,
���kv PeBeck
I  C.othes, Hats asid Toggery
smmamw
thanks to Colonel and Mrs. Whyte tor trial, appeared before Hon, W. Nor-
opening up their beautiful bom., for man Hole yesterday afternoon, and
the   evening,   anil   after   wishing   the  elected for trial at the coming assize.
to
defy   the
lal  ��� v. in.
regulations    to  ������
In this matter at
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
When a man i- loaded you always
know It, bul It's different with a unn.
Keep telling n hoy be never will
amount to anything, und he generally
won't
A sis weeks' engngemenl will put a
lot nf conceit Into a man. but Bis mln
Hies of married life are sufficient t"
take li out
lt is wonderful Inn.' many have
watches considering bow few there are
ln the world to whom time really seems
to lie of nny ralue.
Perhaps a man's eyesight grows pooler wiib thc yenrs as a merciful way
of preventing bim from seeing liis
wrinkles and gray batrs.
We suppose a man is called "woman's protector" for the reason thai
be protect* ber from others imposing
upon her, preferring to do It all himself.- Atchison Globe.
prospective bride fine weather and
fair wind over ihe sea of matrimonial
bliss. .Miss Williams will Bhortly be
t,le led to the matrimonial altar by Rev.
Mr lb id. pastor of the Presbyterian
church   at   Cedar  Cove.
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Mr.  Speck's Complaint.
'I'o the Editor ol  the Daily  News,
Sir���Would you b'3 kind enough to
allow me space in .our valuable paper to lei the citizens know that I
do not objeel to lining un inspector
Inspect my electric wiring. I think it
Is perfectly right thai the work should
be don. according to the Underwriters
rules, bul whal I do'certainly object
to is that the city electrician still
continues to do wiring and compete
with others while he is Inspecting his
own work and ours, ii does noi look
ns though the city is giving us fair
play in ibis matter. We would only
be too glad to keep experl wlremen
if ihc ciiy ceased competing with us.
ALEX SPECK.
very
h-ast.
I'ruuiiii; tin* Ln���y Mnn.
It must be admitted that some of
the best work that bus lived has been
done by Indolent men. This is especially true ns regards literature. The
finest description of a sunrise was
written by the poet Thomson In bed.
Coleridge was one of the most Indolent
of men, yet bis work Is. of lis kind,
U-approached, one of the most Important Improvements in the steam engine was due to the Indolence of James
Watt. Many other examples might lie
quoted; but, as a general rule, il is
fairly correct to say that work which
li tho outcome of meditation or prolonged observation Is best performed
by people whose natural Indolence
makes them careless of the strife and
bustle in whieh an active temperament
would tend to immerse them.���Pea*-
���nn>.
Police Commissioners.
Tb.' police commissioners are In
session this atternon, and will decide
upon n successor io Officer Patterson,
who assumes the duties of pound
keeper tomorrow morning. The complain! of one Robinson, againsl the
police department will also come bo
tore the board.
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Holds   On   to   Witte.
St. Petersburg, April 11.���The
Straua, a conservative liberal newspaper, today says thai it bus learn-
ed tn>ni blub authority thai the emperor has declined to accept Premier
WItte's  resignation.
Peter Folka, the boy in the case, was
charged before Magistrate Corbould
this morning with being a parly to
the ciime, and was committed for
trial. He will appear before Judge
Bole, also for election, and will eleel
for trial  ai   the coming assize.
X. Drown, recently committed on
the charge of forging the signature
of S. Brown to a note to T. J. Trapp,
will also appear before Hon. w. Norman  Bole, and elect  for speedy trial.
PHONE
88
antl get particulars
ABOUT THOSE BUYS ON
COLUMBIA ST., EAST
The Hc-lciier Artesian  Well.
Tne Belcher well In St. Louis is one
of the famous artesian wells of the
world. The boring nf it wns begun lu
the spring of ism by William II. Bel-
cher, who hud a BUgar refinery near the
river a few Mucks north of where the
Eads bridge now Is. After the expenditure of ?ln.iKHi the well wns in 1854
driven to u depth of 2,100 feet, where a
flow of seventy five gallons a minute
was struck, but tlie water proved to be
so Impregnated with mineral matter
thnt It was unfit for use In the sugar
refinery, for -which Mr. Belcher wanted
It. It is used now only for medicinal
purposes and for sanitary baths.���St.
Louis Republic.
Is This What
You Want?
1! Lots all cleared; Chicken House
and run; G roomed dwelling, with
bathroom, pantry and washroom.
On car line.
$1250.00
4. L WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
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A  ll(>Ht,-Mft nail nn Knii-rKPncy.
Lady K. had sent Parnell nn Invitation to dinner, but Charles, who was
very absent minded with respect to social functions and unconventional In
tlie extreme, had forgotten tlie right
date ni the party. He therefore turned up a couple of evenings afterward
nn hour before the time. Lady EC,
gla 1 to have him on any terms, did
not undeceive bitn ns to his error, but
hastily sent off several notes explaining tlie Situation and asking some ot
her most Intimate friends to help ber
In her emergency. She also ordered a
hastily improvised dinner from a near
caterer's.���Life of Parnell.
1'ine corner with stone wall;
fine, viewi7(> roomed house.
This is a property that will
grow into money quickly.
Rents for $15.00 per month.
$500.00
Cash deposite secures this.
$350.00
Tho   Pottery   Trtr   nf   1'iirn.
One of the curiosities of Brazil ls a
tree whose wood and bark contain so
much silica thnt they nre useil by potters. Hoth wood nnd bark are burned,
and the nsbes are pulverized nnd mixed
In equal proportions with clay, producing a very superior ware. The tree
grows to a height of 100 feet, but does
not exceed a foot In diameter. The
fresh bark cuts like sandstone, and
when dried is brittle and hard.
MAKING
PROGRESS
On modern lines even in backward old
china. We have heard that the Recycle Bicycle has been seen mi the streets
of Shanghai. We handle the Recycle
and Perfect Bicycles, the two best
bicycles made in Canada or lbe I'nited
stutes, Whatever wheel you buy here
it is value for your money, We also do
nil kinds of bicycle and other repairing.
Bring your lawn mower to get sharpened and put in shape. Don't mistake
the place.
Alex. Speck,
Speck Block.
Sign���Man on Wheel.
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of thi
business in England with in year.- experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing tlepartm-
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry liirk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new anil adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Gn
$2500
buys a 40-acre farm at
Hall's Prairie. Rich soil,
good stream of water ; on
the proposed route of the
Seattle - Vancouver electric
railway and 3-4 mile fromG.
N. R.'; 1-2 mile from post
office, church and school. 12
acres under cultivation ; 1-2
acre in asparagus ; 600 rhubarb plants and quantities of
small fruit. New two-storey
house, barn, sheds, etc.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Financial, Insurance & Real Estate
Agents.        Tel. 106.        Columbia St.
Plague   Fatal   to   Sailors.
Philadelphia,  Pa.,    April    IL���On
of the  sailors  taken  frmii  the  stciim-
Bhlp Burrsneid now in quarantine at cash down secures new house
Reedy Island died today from what
is though! to be bubonic plague. This
makes the third death which has occurred   on   the  ItniTsfielil.
 u      ���.
Commons Adjourns.
London,   April   11.���The    house    nl
commons   this    afternoon    adjourned
until  April  24,
Tin* hikIii  Name.
"Officer, what is this man charged
with?"
"Cnn-yln' congealed weapons, yer an-
ner."
"Carrying what?"
"Congealed weapons. lie soaked
Murphy ln the eye wld a chunk av
Ice."���Cleveland lender.
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* Electric Railway Service |
on Columbia Street near approach to the bridge.
Enquire at Once.
F.J.Hart&Co.,_td.
An   OhnrrvlnfK   YotuiKnter.
Pnpa (sternlyi ('nine here, sir. Youi
mother and I agree that you deserve n
���ound whipping. Small Hoy (bitterly)���
Oh. yes, that's about tlie only thing
that you nnd mamma ever do airreo
about.
Enjoy present pleasures In such tl
way ns not to Injure future one..���
Bcneca,
Inter-urBan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
slut Ions at ii.nn unit ti.ai) a.m,.
and every hour thereafter between x n.m. and I'i p.m.
Half-hour cars trom l_m. to 7
p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster nt sumo Hours.
Last car Saturday at  n p.m.
City Limits Line���servico trom
6,80 a.m. to 1U.HU p.m.
20 Minute Service���NO transfer,
Between 12 nnd 2 nnd l> and 7.
real
30   Minute    Service   during
mainder ol day.   Transit 1
Leopold Place,
Sunday  Service half-hourly between  8  ii.   in.  anil  It'  !'���  '"'
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���It) Minute Service, except between I-' I""1
8, and G and 7, during wDlcD
hours tbe service win t,e
half-hourly.
Sunday Service ttalMlOUriy between x n.m. anil LU P>m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.
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