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[Criminals on Sakhalin Island Procure Japanese Liquor,
Drink Themselves Into State of Wild Fury and Apply
the Torch to Everything in Sight���Fifty Russian Soldiers Attempt to Cope With the Blood Mad Mob.
Petersburg, April   22.   Belats i
i i ar    Ai...\,iniiiov.sk.,.   North
, in, have arrived in the flrsl mail
;,,;. r montb . of interrupted communications, bringing a wild picture of the
weeks' orgie of murder, arson
and loot   following  the proclamation
,,i peace and  the evacuation  by tbe
.  ...  the northern half of tha
The wilder spirits among the prls
oners, criminal and political, who
'.'ni',,, practically the entire population
VI, xandrovsky post, broke loose
irom all restraint and applied the
i h in public and private buildings,
drunk themselves into a wild fury and
vented their passions In pillage and
Fifty   Against   Hundreds.
Owing to iiu- tierce October storms,
he Bhlps  ,-oni.lining  Hie   troops  dls-
itch, .I in take possession of the is-
in i from 'lr.   Japanese, were driven
Dfl th,   coasi  nuri (',,1. Vayuyeff, the
irj governor landed with an es-
of only  fifty  men, a  scanty  tore..
wiih which to face hundreds ,,r des-
convicts during the Hire.- weeks
i  further  troops  could  arrive.
A   Fi ry   Welcome.
The convicts prepared a warm welter the new governor, Betting flre
!,.;. he landed, to the police head-
rters   and the great    Alexandrov-
prison, ten separate buildings with
commodation for thousands of prisoners,    These    were completely    con-
��� I, tho Japan, ie having all,      I
the fire engines to become useless, bul
by Btrenuous exertions of the Kusdan
and   Japanese soldiers,    who woi
side by side and patrolled the city I i
��� in  further Incendiarism, th
was finally checked.
Wholesale   Debauch.
The  n...\, May  the Japanese  troops
tired, having ti 1 .st sold their accumu
ted  Btocks of provlsons ������,l liquor
a. Incredibly low prices, casks of sakl
ordinarily sold for $,". nolng for 10
cents; casks of Hnn.-.i meais contained
seventy-five pounds, for BO cents, and
276 inns of ri,-.. and buckwheal being
disposed of f���r a lump sum of $io���.
Every ,���,<��� became drunk and with provisions enough for the winter and ,,���
Ity tor working many of them
kepi up the debauch for w, eks.
Soldiers Inflict Punishment.
To protect the city with his little
garrison, and the prison destroyed, the
governor had to resort to extraordinarj
measures. The soldiers were ordered
it, make free use of their weapons and
for petty offenses the cudgel or knout
was resorted to, thieves getting flrsl
twenty-five lashes, later fifty and finally a hundred.
Criminals Scatter.
This sufficed hill lhe criminals leaving Alexandrovsky retired to places In
the Interior and the governor wus
forced to divide his fifty men, sending
an officer and fifteen men lo Arkovo
where   the Japanese had left    large
 f proviso       r :   three    men
��� ��� ich to Onoro . nd it: h ,vo,
Th    ...... ;   . i   ,
nlghl    bul   the    convicts  were
n, ... hei       Lo   .:   the tor, b  to
���   go      ���
i   ce ol  the i ii and
many other bull lings.
Supply Ships Wrecked.
Durli .        ,.' ., ���    Btorms,    ; mr
team,        id .. ner Including a
3,000 '"ii    vess, 1  trom  A*    i i
German   lean     Sui,; i] . ���.��� ith a cr, w
.   .. hi   Vladlvo
ink with tw, nty-thi n, o which w re
endeavoi ln{     i bring suppll ��� ��� to Sak
halin, wei    .   eckr : on th,   anh, -
al,].- winl     < and and
all on  board  were lost,
Extreme   Suffering.
Only,  aft, r twenty-two daj -    ships
with several thousand soldiers ai i
and restored order.   The new
were wlthoul quarters, however, owing
to  the destruction  of all  their own
buildings and many other houses and
iffei ed    exl remely  from    the severe
cold untl] they could build barracks.
Afraid   of the  Japs.
The    correspondent  states the    unruly  convicts    are   more  like     ir.- i  I
tin,,,  men,    but  Bays    they    stood In
wholesome fear of the Japanese during  the  Japanese  occupation  of the;
island, lhe population then being able|
,o sleep with doors and windows unlocked    though hundreds of convicts
i were  roaming the streets.
Miners Tire of Talk I
and Want to Declare
General Coal Strike
Scranton,    I'i,.,  May 2.���Surcharged
with the feeling that a strike will be
the  only  menus   by  which   their  de-
1s upon the anthracite operators
"��� realized the 830 delegates rep-
- mi,,", districts one, seven and ninu
a! the United Mine Workers, covering
tr" I   coal   field   of   Pennsylvania,
1 milled  in  joint   convention  in  the
county  court   house  today,  their  na-
il president, John Mitchell presld-
Against the feeling there will he
it one con,rolling movement and that
be counsel thai will come from
���!' hi, Mitchell, for many of them, per-
1,1 ps the majority, have been advised
!���.. their locals to be guided by him.
Here in the metropolis of the ant bra-
clt, region the people are about recon
ciled the fact thai the convention will,
declare a strike.
When Ihe convention assembled at
10 o'clock the court house was crowded, the general public being admitted
al the opening session. On the call!
tor nominal ions for presiding officer,'
President Mitch.ll was unanimously
chosen, after the appointment of the
various committees, a .recess was
taken until  1:30 this afternoon.
Al the afternoon session Mr. Mitchell spoke of the work of the Shamo-
kin scale committee, expressing re-
grel al the failure to secure an agreement wiih the mine operators, In ,,
discussion regarding the printing of
Uie report the committee the strong
Btrike sentiment of the convention
was voiced i,y a delgate from Jerymn,
who said he represented 60,000 mineral
and I Inn Ihey were sick ;,nd tired "I
discussing    the    negotiations,     "The
operators have refused everything we
asked for," he said, "and it is now
for us to take other tactics. We have
in in out of work for five weeks and
we may as well stay out until we get
what we want."
A strike in the anthracite region
ee, ms Inevitable. In presenting his report, President Mitchell said Ihat in
accordance with the instruction of
ilie Shamokln convention, the committee was ready  to report,  adding:
"Your committee has gone as far iu
the matter as ii was deemed advisable
for ii io do." He said he regretted
that ih.- committee was compelled to
report that It was unable to secure
i>,i increase of wages or any improvement in conditions from the operators,
lb' wnii.d the pleasure of ihe convention and Immediately a dozen dele-;
gates arose ready to speak and invari-
nnly there were declarations for iir
Btrlke. I
Corsican  Priest Arrives in New  Westminster [After
Spending Winter  in   Remote   Parts  of
British   Columbia.
Rev. Father Coccola arrived hist night from the,'
far north and is now a guest of Bishop Dontenwill.
Father Coccola spent all winter in the interior of
northern British Columbia, staying at Fraser and
Stuart's Lake until January, when with a party of
Indians he left for Rabine Lake and Hazelton. Over
three hundred miles of territory were covered by the
party, travelling on snowshoes and by dog train.
Father Coccola found the people of this district
much interested in the proposed route of the new
transcontinental railway. Thc route has not yet
been made public, but the general feeling around
Hazelton is that the railway will not touch that place
but will be built some distance away, though in all
probability a branch line will be constructed to tap
Hazelton, as it is situated in the heart of a fertile
When rail communication is established with the
coast, the Bulkley Valley will be found to be one of
the richest in the province. The probability is that
the railway will pass near Stuart's Lake or Fort
Georges. Father Coccola is a Corcisan by birth and
has been in this country over twenty-six years, during which time he has travelled extensively in the
interests of his mission. At the time of the construction of the C. P. R., he was in the mountain
district between Kamloops and Donald. In 1887 he
was sent to Fort Steele, and until last fall he was
stationed in the Kootenay district, where he is rightly considered as one of the pioneers.
It was Father Coccola who, in company with an
Indian, found the now famous St. Eugene mine at
Moyie, one of the largest mines in the province.
Two weeks ago Father Coccola left Hazelton,
travelling on the Pheasant as far as Port Essington,
where heembarked on the C.P.R. steamer bound for
Vancouver. The trip along the Skeena was rather a
rough one, but the Pheasant was equal to the task
and negotiated the canyons and rapids with remarkable ease.
The Reverend missionary will remain here until
the end of the present month, when he again leaves
for the north. He will be accompanied by the Rev-
Bishop Dontenwill, who intends to visit the missions
at Cariboo, Stuarts Lake and Hazelton.
Men Who Follow  the   Appetite  and  Thoroughly   Masticate Their Food   Consumes   Loss and Grow
Stronger   Both   Physically   and
! ' Mentally.
N.w    llav.n, i.'oni,���-,.VIuy   ::. ��� l'n.i'.. ilieir food '.a ,.    ceni
;,,,���. I'Tln-i   pi   Yel". has concluded  par ceni
md the Donsumnl .... n
g nm weeks in iiii.i other it. t, loodi bj 10 ,.-, cent.
'.   '.. ,1,.. working powei   l the men
t8ftB "' "!1      '       ere made al  rale
[gymnasium ai th,   i   ., lhe ex.
���,ii expWnreht i oyjJ-tng
il,.. relation bi endurance to diet, nud
la-'     nlghl    lr,.   iiulilished     ih.-     flre!
statemenl of the result,
Nine Vai.- graduates were selected perlment.
ior il,.. experiment  and  were    given peat eel ui he end,   i' wai      n tound
, one lesi  in,merlin:.1>   after  th,   ChriSl thai   ��� ;   (he  ru,,..  ,.       ,    |   |m.
mns   holiday when ihey    wer,   tfeeb proved   anywhere from more
from   vacations  ami  anothei   uftefi  s than  luo  i>er cent., d, .   fact
term "f hard work. thai no special ph naa
'l'l,,. experiment consisted of trying been taken.   The, ei ., A\ ,.;,.
tn find a truer food Instinct than most durance   was   over   50     ;..:    r.,,,
persons nre said m have. No attempl
was made to prescribe ;, diet or to
forcibly niter ihe quantity ,������ proportion of the food. The nnni were simply asked to follow the plan of eating
.-lowly and thoroughly masticating
their food giving special attention to
,;s taste and following Implicitly the
demand of iln- appetite.
A  record wns kepi  of Hi" food consumed   by   each   man   each   day.     The
proportion of I'm starches, sugars ami
pint, ids were worked oul by menus of
a mechanical diet indicator devised
lor ihis purpose by Prof. Fisher, II
was found    Ihat the men    decreased
durance   was
Btrength a but tha
Improvemenl In enduranc, eatei
than in strength, U, 1 tests w, re
given in th.. form ot problems ..ml it,
was f",nn1 lhal most of thi nr. ��� had
imT' a   e !    n    ;.. is   '   ||U|| ; 1 .
As evi ry  precaution �� is 1 iken to
prevent at.   disturbing factoi to which
th"  i "vi condition nf tl,,- men
might is  as, ;i,..1, ., |, ,.,| that
tl,.. experlmenl lias demonsti tted that
11  is  possible f,.r nny person In two
and n half 1 1']'.-' time,   by simple
mastication of tin- food and tollo vlng
H," appetite in Improve tin- endurance
by one-half.
Columbia Threatens
to Tackle Venezuela
Washington, D. C, May 3.���Columbia1 through  the  two countries .,��.l con-
and   Venezuela   are more   estranged earning  commerce passing over mo
,   , ..p.,     common boundary,
than  ever  before as a result  of the ,'
War is being freely talked in South
refusal   of  Vice-President   Gomez   ot An,01.i(,.u,    ,������,,������,,,;,    ,!nl,s.    Tne
Venezuela, to receive Dr, Herrera, the insult to Columbia i��� regarded hy Bome
minister plenipotentiary, who went to of the diplomatic circles here as one
Caracas three weeks ago to perfect a she cannot well overlook, especially
treaty, with Venezuela for the settle-'siuce this is the second time the Cas-
ment of the disputes concerning the fro governmenl has refused to receive
navigation  of  rivers  flowing  through  11  representative ,,f Columbia.
Lrke Ship Owners and Strikers Take1 Russian   Plotter  Meets Instant Death
Things   Easy   and  Await   Developments.
Two Are Dead and Others Are Deathly  Sick from  Drinking  Wood
Landlord Investigates and Finds Aged
Patrick   White   Dead   in   His
Soldiers Still Guard
Public Places in Paris
North Bend, B, C, May 2.���Two peo- New     York,   May   3.���The     Herald
pie nre dead, another person will die, Bays:    When Patrick White, aged SB
nnd  half  a  dozen  Others are  very  iii years,   departed   from   the   custom   he
from drinking wood alcohol. hat  followed for thirty years and fail-
The    deaths    occurred  at    whal   is ed to appear in the dining room uf the
known  as Camp  16,  on the Hue jusl .Mansion   House,   Brooklyn,   yesterday
west   of  this  place.    The  victims are morning,     the  landlord   went    to  his
Mrs. D. Jackson and W.  Hurley. The ,.,,,������ ;m,| f(Hmil the old man .stretched
name   Ot   the   man   whose   life  is  de- Up0n  ],js  Be_  dead.
spaired Of is not  known. \i,.   white leaves behind him  many
Il appears thai  Hurley ordered pro- friends but  so fnr as Is  known  there
visions   from   Vancouver  several  days |a  lul  per80_  ,��� cl;lim  the  fortune ol
ago.   The goods came, and a gallon 5400,000,  he  amassed  nor  bus  there
Of wood alcohol  wns contained in the h,, _   f,mllll  a  wln  t0 lhe  making ot
consignment, The liquid was partaken of by a nun,lie,' of persons, who
,11,1 not realize Its deadly effects.
Pari*, May :i. (12:60 p. in.)���The
: 'tai Btrlke shows further evidence;
"' disruption bul the men belonging
1 1, number of trades still refuse 1,;
1    nn   to   -work   until   their   demands
"' granted A squadron of dragoons
u drawn up in the court yard of the
"r'nee Eugene barracks in ihe place'
'' li Hi pn illqae, prepared i��� respond
1 ' 'li" cull of tbe police. The latter
continue to be mussed in considerable
; "'' in ihc neighborhood of lhe
'��� bor exchange and occasional arrests
:''" made i at ii,"!'��. is no disorder,
''he centre of Ihe city is entirely
""l,ll;'l bul detachments of in,ops
r' niinue t,, occupy strategic positions.
ri"1 basemenl   of  lhe  bourse  Is O00U-
''  by  ,1   squadron  of soldiers and
" military are  in  charge  of  other
places.   Pickets of republican
guards are also scattered 11,rough,nil
lhe suburbs and others ane .stationed
at street corners as ,1 precaution
againsl Ihe appearances of scattered
hands    of  slrikers.     The    latter   are
relatively quiet.
The minor disorders reported an-
confined to .'.he outlying factory districts, ���
Representatives  of numerous trades
,,���,.; ni the Labor Exchange during the
,!:... nnd resolved lo continue Ihe Strike
l.u; Ihere were no disorders. The
building and furniture tradeB are most
affected, a number of lending automobile factories in the suburbs have
locked out their machinists owing to
llieir continued demands for reduced
hours. Several thousand men are affected.
The resumption of work is general
Ir. lhe mining district.. With the exception of Ihe explosion of a dynamite cartridge In  front of the house
of a non-striking miner which shatter
.d ihe door and walls, no further out-
rages have been reported.
which he had a .strong aversion.
While   Carrying  Infernal  Machine
in   Woods.
Paris, May .'!.���A bomb expi
cared  in the forest of Yin,emu 1 at
2 o'clock Ihis afternoon, killing a Kits-
slan    named Strie and   dangerously
wounding a companion named Pnus-
1,1,If. The men were proceeding
through Ihe woods each carrying a
bomb witli ihe evident purpose of
hiding Ihem for future use. While so
doing, the bomb which Strie carried
exploded killing him instantly. Bous-
nu'f was struck by fragments of the
bomb and tearfully lacerated. The
remaining bomb has not yel been examined owing to the danger in handling it.
. if	
Buffalo,  X.  Y~ Illy  ,'h-The strike1 ������h ��f T' C" Brou9h'
situation   at   this   port   is   practically      Toronto,    May 2��� A private    cable
unchanged and neither side shows any from  London announces the death of
! T. C. Brough, general manager of
the Dominion Bunk of Canada. Mr.
Brough l.fi Toronto aboul a month
ago, for ihe old country, partly on
The final meeting or Ihe citizens' 1)llslness ;im| paruy to Bee bla two
relief committee will take place this(I.lllg|lU,rS] wi10 are at school there,
evening in the hoard of trade rooms Whik> ln i,,,,,,],,,, he wns stricken with
,11 8 o'clock. When all promised con-LarajySig, nis wife joined him only
Iriluiiions are handed in the c,-:>,���,il- lng( gaturjay,
t... expect Hun the sum will eo\ ,.- all j A -ur|ous fBot In 1
expenses that have been incu',. I in
the sending out of the iwo cars of
goods lo San Francisco.
Cleveland, O., May 3.���So far as
could he learned today there was no
disposition on the part of either the
Lake carriers or the officers of the
longshoremen's union to take any
steps with a view to terminating the
present marine strike.
Along the river and lake front docks
there was little sign of life today, the
strikers evidently believing it best
to remain away during the continuation of the struggle. Of the big fleet;
of steamers which was lying outside
yesterday comparatively few remain,
the boats being generally ordered to
Erie bay pending negotiations for a
settlement  of the strike.
signs ���f weakening,
Final   Relief Meeting.
Free Employment Bureau.
Olympla, Wn., May 2.���Stale Labor
Commissioner Hubbard Is preparing a
bill which he will have submitted to
the next legislature, providing for free
employment bureaus throughout the
state. The plan is to follow the system already in operation in som.. of
tho Eastern states, which the labor
commissioner claims has been success-
full for several years.
The bill will provide for the bureau
to he 11 part of the labor commission-
er'b office and the proposition is to
provide means whereby the smaller
towns and the farming communities
will be able to procure help without
having to depend upon private employment agencies, and thnt If this work I.s
put In the hands of the stale II wlll
accompli*-  a  much needed reform.
O'Donahue  Recovers.
Pernle, 11. ('.. May 2.���D. .1. O Dona- [���;
hue,  Dominion  fair wage officer, who >��,<
lias been in lhe hospital here, suffer- >J<
ing with pneumonia, is reported as be- A
ing somowhat better tonight, and out Kj
of    danger.     ,1.   ('..   O'Donahue     from W
First Steel Laid.
lion with
Mr. Brough'fl death is th I D. D. Gam-
1,1,., whom lie Bucceed 1 ns general
manager of the Dominion Bank, also
,ii,,i while onlv n ten days on the
Atlantic on his way home from London.
Portage la Prairie, May    2.
The    first  steel of the    Grand >J
Trunk  Pacific Railway was laid
here today.
Toronto Is here ul his bedside.
Theodore Uses Slang.
Athens.    .May 2.���President    Koose-
\oil  has telegraphed to Mr. Sullivan,
manager of the American team at the
Olympic games, as follows:
"Hearty congratulations to you andiseveral days before Secretary Bona-
Ihe American contestants. Uncle ( unrte can resume his official duties,
Sam is all right.
Secretary Bonaparte Poisoned.
Baltimore, Md., May 2��� it will be
He Is suffering from ptomaine poisoning.
Clinton Springs, N. Y., May 3,-Hon. Peter
White, ex-speaker of the House of Commons of the
Dominion of Canada, died at a Sanitarium here today.
The body will be taken to Pembroke, Ont., his
former home.
Mr White was 67 years old and had been visiting here for five weeks.
Professor and Author
Sent to Penitentiary
Kansas  CItv,  Mo.,  May  3.���Michael I Newton    county,    Missouri,    Mclnnes
wns s..nt tn the penitentiary for nils-
Angelo Mclnnes, a former college pro-  was *nMoJe P^ ^ ^ ^^
fesor and  author of a standard  wl,rk|t,        j,e   wrote  a   book   which   made
mathematics,    was convicted    of
famous    with
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forgery    in  the criminal    conn here throughout the world.   ^��",���~1��
yesterday and sentenced to ten years  hn, "the uni^��>   ^.<'" """^
inihe    penilenllar,    Mctnnls    .tn- .  ��U��- ^^u  p,,son    *
"e    pushing   ��  newspaper in'America and England.
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Go/*/ Fillings
Bridge Work
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
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Our Gold 22^ Porcelain.
Crowns are tne Best  I
All Our Work is	
For  10 years  With  a  Protective  Guarantee
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THE V. W. & \. RY, BILL
ring whole villages bodily to America, TJfT  rrTC  IljTn  I llir
and  absorbing more  than  the entire   IHI I   ULlU   111 IU  LIllL
surplus of births over deaths in thej
old Kingdom ot Naples. Thus the;
si ream from that quarter promises to
Hon.   Mr.  Templeman   Objects   to   At.  dry
te,nnts  to   Prevent     Railway
Ottawa,  May  2.���The  railway  corn-
up in time from its very magnl-i Follows  Lead
null,   through   the  exhaustion   of  Us1
The Italian immigration is not all
new, however. Many of the arriving
I   isengers have heen In this country!
of   Roosevelt   and
United   States  Politicians
Chicago,     May
tnatlon. He still has his string on the Roosevelt After Oil Trust.
5Upr, me court judgeship, and can Washington, May 2.���President
make up his mind as to whal he wants R00Sevelt, Attorney-General Moody
i , do aboul it at any time before Mr. an_ rjommtsioner of Corporations Gar-
Brown retires. And then, again, there Held conferred al the While House io-
Is the probability of a later vacancy��� any on the special message which the
I perhaps of a higher position���on the Preside,,, will send to Congress next
supreme bench, which will e���me with- Friday accompanlng Commissioner
in Pre Idem Roosevelt's present term. Garfield's report on the operations ,.f
This might  be at the disposal of Sec- the  so-called  oil   trust.
-Record - Herald   ,, tary Tuff if he wished to wall longer
mittee   of  the  senate  today   reported  before, and ure returning after n vlsll   prints the following  from  Its special   than  the  date of Justice Brown's
the bill of the Vancouver. Wesiuiinsiei   ,,,  their  old  homes.    Some  of ihem  correspondent at  Washington:
& Yukon railway for a line ,��� 10,1,non-1 n:]l\u. repeated trips, und so get counl
to,,. Senator McMullen opposed It because he had heard Americans wer.'
behind it.
Hon. Mr. Templeman appeared before the committee on behalf of ihe
government. He objected to any attempt to prevent legitimate railway
building in Canada. He said ibis was
a Canadian project backed by .lohn
Hendry, the biggest lumberman of
Canada, and the line was wanted to
tan the Alberta wheatllelds for the
benefit of Vancouver. There was no
danger of converting Canadian business to the United Stales. He would
be glad if Mr. Hill was behind ii, us
he was the only man who buill railways in British Columbia with,,,,! a
Mr. Macpheraon supported the bill.
Senator McDonald also supported it.
Senator Ferguson, conservative,
claimed il was a sinister project ,,,
catch Ih" Yellowhead Pass nnd thereby
iiuri the   Canadian Northern   in the
British  money market.
The Fraser River Valley & Southern
bill wus passed by Ihe railway committee of the house today. This is aa
oleotrtc railway leading to the other
side of the line. The Kettle River
Valley Railway bill was also passed.
Immigration to the United    States,
continually  washing oul.  old  records,
is  making a new  one now.    The accommodations    at     Ellis   Island     are
swamped under a flood of arrivals approaching art.000 in a single week. It
ll,.,I  rale could be kept up for a year,
which, of course, is nol. ,��� be expected,
il   would     represent  an    accession  of
over 2,500,000 aliens.    Bul the sir,.an,
Is evidently going to  be stupendous
On a single day. April 16, seven liners
.brought in 11,745 steerage passengors,
���;,���i about  15,000 were due to arrive
the nexl day on nine steamers more.
On the night of lhe  16th 18,028 were
ii'   rhe  harbor,  v, overtaxing the  resources of Kllis  Island  thai   Uu- majority of  them   bad   lo stay on  their
ships  for  days  before  Ihey  could  get
in .riiion.     The  drain   is  actually   de-
populuftog   Southern Italy,   transfer
ror Limit on Fortunes.
'it "ment    to   watch   lh"   whirligig   of
Secretary Taft's Bpeech to the Yale  political for,,in".
students, scoring "muck-rakers"    ami
���losely following other  ideas    promulgated by President Roosevelt in his ad-     Secretary Taft now stands virtually
tress at the House of Representatives wh8re  President  Roosevelt stands as
ri,..I on ihe mill on her maiden nip  "fnce building corner stone laying, hns: a  champion of the somewhai   radical
wi,h 2,288 passengers, and was order-  -.tailed a new chain of speculation re- 8<*eme ot limiting    private   fortunes
gardlng the preside,,,ial succession.       through a lax ,���, ihe transmission ol
Some of the prophets, guessers and wealtn  ''>' Inheritance   of   otherwis,
.rl  several  times in  ihe  Immigration
The    Nieuw Amsterdam,    the new
glanl of the Holland-American Line, ar-
ed  to  wait   three days  before landing
her  Immigrants.    The  force  at   Ellis
The President's message will contain
forceful comments on the result of the
investigation and, it Is expected will
contain a sharp arraignment of the
m.lhods of tIi.- oil trust. The nature
rrf the recommendations to be made by
ihe President is not disclosed, bu, it
is understood they will be direct and
positive in  character.
Island is able to handle only about; political logicians at the capital hnve
5,000 arrivals per day���a number that put two and two together, and dlscov-
is sometimes provided by two ships ered in the secretary of war the man
nnd when seven or elghl stenaners ar- upon whom the Presldenl Intends io
rive nl once lhe pipes are clogged. Ii confer the leadership in the coming
is Uu,ugh, thai if the rush continues flghl for egulation of irtisis, limiting
some ships may hnve ,��� wait a week of great   fortunes and  other reforms.
before  iheir   hu n   cargoes   can   be which the executive have mapped out.
unloaded. For months, despite the President's
Nevertheless Mr. Watchorn, the com- protestations thai he would no: again
mission.M' of Immigration al New he u candidate to succeed himself,
York, insisis Hint ther.- is ���.. real scores ot politicians in Washington
Immigration peril. "I cam., through have clung to tl,.- opinion lhal Mr.
Castle Garden twenty-six years ago Roosevell would he forced inn, the
win, $,.-, in my trousers pockets," he  1908 contest. After his famous "muck-
remark -.
-Collier's Weekly.
Early   Navigation   in   Yukon.
Skagway, .May 2.���Reports from the
Yukon Fiver Indicate thai this will be
a record season tor early navigation.
The Yukon opened al Yukon crossing
yesterday morning, li is open from
Hootallnqua to Din Salmon. Fifty-
Mile and Thirty-Mile Rivers are open.
The Yukon is still closed at Dawson,
bul the Klondike is free of ice from
Ogilvie Bridge lo the Yukon. The
river rose six feet Monday nlghl mul
yesterday morning at Selkirk, where
an Immense ice jam is forming. The
ice is breaking up around the edges of
l-i'." Lebarge and ll is believed the
lake will not lasi for travel more than
a week. High waler, raused by Ihe
Immense snow fall which Is melting
in Ihe valleys, is causing lhe early
Inspect Ambitious Cities.
Regina,     May   2.���Members     of  the
legislature will journey to Prince Albert  nn  Friday, by .special  train, and I cancy  on  <h
rake" speech, which follow, d Immodl
ately upon the announcemenl of a
swing around lbe circle in the We
nexl year, li was more than ever I."
li. v.-d thai ihe new Issues created by
ihe Presldenl would effect the sltua-
, ion.
Follows Roosevelt Lead.
Tl,,. belief iha,  Presldenl Roosevell
cannot avoid being a central figure in'
I'll" the nexl national convention still
exists, hut ihe similarity between ihe
notntile pul,lie utterances of the oxeeu-
iiv,i and his secretary of war l�� pointed oui ns nn Indication thai the cab-l
inn  officer is being groomed for ihej
Republican candid;,,e two years hence!
| In lhe event  thai  the President is able
to live up io announced determination
lo retire. Ai any rate il being determined Ihat Ihc new Roosevelt inn ideas
will come lo the trout ns political issues. Secretary Tafl bus taken ihe er-
liesi opportunity t>. assume pari ownership therein.
One of the principal  roaBOns deterring Secretary Taft  from announcing
ir,s acceptance of th.. prospective va-
Furthermore, the war secretary, both
ns u lawyer nnd us a judge, has point-
. i om thai tin- right of property by
��� ceni Is nol in Inalienable right. In
other respeel ��� Secretary Taft coincides
wiih new advanced Roosevell Ideas,
notably with respect to ihe necessity
ol Impi rivi-nn ni i��� Judicial procedure
ns a cure for il,.' national ills Instead
of "muck-rake" railings al everything
in sight. Here nre things regarded it
future Issues, ami here is Secretary
Tafl in the ion.front of the battleground  will, the nail,m's chief.
li is regarded as possible thai the
Presldenl has encouraged Secretary
Taft to in!,., a,, the lie!!' Inaugurated
by himself in the hope that he might
fall heir to ti," mantle of party leadership. From whal is known of the President's brotherly regard for hi.. .-..,������
retary of war, it is understood thai
he would wish lhe latter lo attain any
ambition within his power, although
with conditions equal as ,,, tl," availability ���r either, ii might !,.��� hard tor
him to make a personal choice between the war secretary and Secretary
of Stale Ron,.
Cavalry on Long March.
Boise, Idaho May 2.���Two 1 roups of
luiieil Stales cavalry under command
Ot Captains Yates nnd Crosby arrived ai Welser yesterday on their way
to Boise Iron, Walla Wall;,. They are
on a long practice march, having left
Walla   Wall;,   on   April   21.    They   nre
expected to reach BoUe Thursday.
Circulation of Bank Notes.
Washington, Mn;.' 2.���The monthly
circulation statemenl Issued by the
comptroller of the currency shows that.
nt the close of business April 30, 1806,
ib" tot nl amount of national bunk notes
in circulation wns $656,646,282, an Increase for the year of $75,501,337 and
;,��� increase for lhe month ���f $1,979,316.
Tide Table   Fraser River
For Week Ending May 6.
'Phone 101
Reichenbach Company
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Hat i
Monda; ...
Tuesday ..
Thursday  .
Saturday .
Sunday ...
Monday    .
Tuesday   .
High Water Low Water
Time H'ght pTimelHght
Convicted of Assault.
Tacoma, May 2.���Wlliam Howell, a
ioon    k, eper,  who lasi    Christmas
b''���,!, offered  morning ihol Gib Steele, who died sev-
will vigil Saskatoon, returning on Sun-  him. il la well  ir,icr3tnod, was thc pos- eral days Inter,   w:,s   convicted by a
day.   This will enable the members to  Bib III    nf a  turn of t;, ��� pcll'Ieul !;il-   lur; e",'l j      ftornoou    of d    tult,
Inspect the cities which are ambitious   ' ���'���      <: \ which    would    br!r.j    him    sio   notion for a nev, trial has       n
to secure  capital  honors. , within reach of the presidential nora-1 filed by his attorney.
Friday ..
Sunday  .
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23.68 ; 11.6 j 16.61 3.4
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| | 16.49 | 3.8
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Manufacturers and/Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  D��orJ'
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drain"1
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
New Westmin��'er'
Telephone 12. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906.
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ft; THURSC '. ���:. ������
��� ���
the daily ::ews 	
Published b>   The Daily News Pub-, vill(.j;,r   jealousies   mil   the   spirit   "I
considerations   to   lake   inlo  account,
1>���,  there are International and pro-
no calamity that approaches the San  STANFORD  FACULTY
"v.   re-  "'
Francisco upheaval  in destrueti
���I here  have been  disasters in
lishing   Oompai
cilices   corner
Streets, New  V
Editor   and   M'.   .Edward   D.   Sawyer
Adverting Rate
Transient   dls
cvuts per line (i
'ay   advertising,   10
npariel) 12 lines to
.   Limited,   at   their!  '   " ~~__^_^_^_^_^_^_M
���t   Sixth   and   Front   antagonism between corporations and   which th.. loss of life bus been appal-1
.���st minster, B. C.        ' the public.    In concluding any agree-  ling;   bul   in  tar-reaching , irtenl   ..n. 1
ment between the United States and   Hi inclal loss the San Francisco affair
Urea, Britain i,  is lirst necessary to    tands alone.    Henry Clews' i
nc: in cons'.ri,'  accord with the gov- of !'.,.��� 28 '.., ni,, remarks thai the Nev.
ernment of ,h" Dominion of Canada.  York stock market begins ;.. feel the
When the    Dominion    government  is  San   Francisco   disaster   more   keenlj
satisfied, ii  is ihen necessary to su'-  than ;��� first anticipated.   Tl," loss i>
.-..   the governmenl  of ;he Province actual and tremendous and must excite
of Oniat'iir. which is run by a hostile  a depressing    effect  which,   however
and naturally disposed  widely distributed, .'ill hnve ,.. be en-
cabinet   dured.    There is un obvious scarcity
���_   Cue   There   Was   Much   Cheat-
Gcssip   Says   , nere   n��
in   the   Construction   of
l.V.,1.^      1''-'       .. ��� -       -- ~.	
tba  inch.      Five   cents  per  line .for | isf;
subsequent  insertions
Readlfcg notice', bold face type, 20 I political party,
cents pe   111 s. brevier or nonparlel, ft* to  nllj(,ct   l0  everything
,.,...   s [.er line, ���   ()ilaWa ,i���es^^^^^^^^^^
;,���,   time   ...ntracts.   special  poai- h. a Hydro-Blectric
tions. ���i���,.y to adverting manager.    \ Jf���        .,������.,, bj the Ontario
Notices    of    births,    marriages   or ...   ,���., ���   studying   the
deaths  50c.    Wants, for sales, lost, or   government, . has   1-""   *''"'���' -. ., 	
?oundt','oon,s to let, etc., one cent ;,e.    ,      ;,,,   of   INagara   power,  and  on lndloatlon of m0netary conditions
No advertisement taken for | Al)ri] n  ;,  submitted a  reporl to in, _.,��� ,.��� ���
the  canine ��� uut^^^^
of money on Wall etreel and ninny rail
roads whieh hnve important Improvements aires ly under way are in urgent
need of funds.    The  reappearance of earthquake has .shown tl
short-term railroad notes is a Blgnlfi- ings were    Inadequatelj
und giv
Palo Alto, Cal., Maj   -    The dilapl-
flated condition of the one time splendid buildings of the Leland Stanfoi I,
.,,  university as a resull of the ,
quake is a subject of uncompllmentai
discussion by meml s of ihe faculty.
Some of the profess, .'
'_ residence  . ..
..  22
.������ 'lint tii"
. the '."ti! I
e .'a- tm    ���
  weight to a rumor current
(������nil inrlicution ol nion.naiy V"'""-"--,""" ��������' e ,   	
���e monies will be paid gradual-  Palo Alto during the P      f^
and i-   "'il. be impossible for the thai the specification   fo, '      '
in.:,-'. 1 ies  attheun-ed   magnificent   ���-��'-;; .;.',... |  '....
u8Ual losses without borrowing. Clews  *ere Ignored in an effort to
includes lv saying thai "tb" lit'-"1   tentious, Mr in realitj cheap a
tendencj   of tl," markel   is naturally gerbread structures.
Inlw��rd    Vali  are too high, and     six million dollars was '
SrmoVtcomes easier   stocks  struct tlie llbran
,  .     .   .,-        ,,    j,    problematical the   memorial   chap   ���   !-xi"
J      19rde0C;lnn0t the market is not on|have viewed the ruins of three build-
THURSDAY,  MAY   3,  1906.
resulting from th" enormous flotation
of new stocks uml bonds, a good portion of which are siill awaiting
buyers."    For   the  next   few   months
in all ih.- trouble winch has a
 than $3,000,0  I.
les j than 2& cenis.^^^^^^_
_ . ,, , '   .i-t nne in which ii proposed a plan
Patent or  proprietary medicine ad- ,..,., ,
vertisemem.s  inserted   at  rate  of  50 "  r the distribution ot energy through
cents per inch per issue (display) or if   the  .outhern and western parts of the Insurance compan
reading notices, 25 cents per line per  province, with transforming   stations  '"""', ,nssl's wilhc
^m'c^racTs:',i0!1 fr��m tUS ^ f��r       Hamilton, Toronto, Guelph, London,
and Windsor, lt is estimated thai a
markel for 50,000 horsepower could
be found as soon as the lines could
ire strung, and for a hundred thousand within five years thereafter.    A1   whether or not me man,,'. >. .�����,���   _.        ^^^^
Toronto alone there would be a saving ;1"' "l'":" '"' another lit of indigestion  ings declare that th, .' could not ha\
of $684, i a year on th,        lenl cost "        "" """" nntatlon I ""st more than 3
of power.   This system would be constructed  as  a  public enterprise.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^       On  II," upon ibis   ""'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^
��� eporl   was presented a delegation ot  San  Francisco  will  be  the centre o
NATURAL CAUSES. over a thousand citizens of Western attraction and ther,   are nol wanting
,,.,,, ,. i,,,���.,,.,,.     ,.,���,,. ^.n,i,v. ne-iriv   nil the  Indications thai the aftermath will be
Bev.   Dr.   Campbell,   preaching   on  uniario,    representing n,.iii>    an tin
.,������'.. . nuiii-i,.-iliti,._   nf   ,,.,.   ..rnvince   within    '">,'.-"   ihnll   111,-   ar'nat   occurrence.
Sunday  ol   the  San   Francisco  visita    municipalities oi  tne ,.1.1,111," vutnin
in ., ou Sunday, took a very sensible  l:,u mi!"s "r :'"' falls, called upon thej
view .,1  it.    Not many years sine" the  Provincial  premier of to urge him to
calamltj   would have beeu referred to  ''!"^uli   the   interests   of   the   people
as a Judgment, and as such employed "r  Ontario   Inithe   matter  of   cheai 	
- ���-�� ..-..ri..,. m,n  in Zion City between  Dowie and his
Startled tin* Hector.
The rector, returning from bis holl
day, beard that a parishioner had
bis old Betty" an.l at once hurried off
to console hi,,,.
"I'm  grieved to bear of your loss,
Giles," he began,
"Oh,   well,   sir,   thankee,"   replied
Giles, "it's a pity, of course, bin  she
was a rare lazy Jade. She would never
do   anything   unless   she   was    well
"Tut, tut; dear me"���
"It's true, sir.   She was a bad bargain.  Thank goodness, the fair's next
week, and  I'll pick up a  better oue j
there, I hope, if 1 dou't get suited before."
"But dou't you think, even for appearances' sake, you bad better wait
a little longer?" urged the clergyman,
getting rather annoyed nt his tone.
"Oh, no," responded Giles. "I've, had
my eye ou one for some littlo time, nnd
what 1 get for Hetty's skin will go to-
ward it. 1 tell 'eo what, sir, 1 wouldn't
. mind having one of your young uns,
if you're agreeable."
"I won't slop to hear another word of
such abominable talk." said the disgusted rector. "There wasn't a better woman In the village than your wife Betty."
I "Wife! Who's talking about my I
wife?" said the astonished Giles. "I'm
talking nbout my old mare that died
yesterday."���London (Hobo.
Gilley, 'Phone V*-_.
J. R. Gflley, Vnone 14$  j
W  R  Giiiey. 'Pnone ,-"��� - ���-���
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Bso agents it. O. fottery Co. newer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Ce al Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot j
'Phone lb
j. H.Todd wanted!
Sewing Machines
Singer and
Wheeler & Wilson
SI inford " ���"'      '''':-  '' ��   '"
;,    t    ,        .1 ,rdan : ������    8avi
this emenl     to Associate
. icle  published on Thursday
ng that the univi rslty bu
overthrown  by  the  earthquake    were
The  Properties  of  t'oenlne.
Travelers in Pern and countries
where cocoa grows chew the leaves of
this plant for the purpose of allaying
the sense of hunger and the feeling ot
exhaustion that accompanies It. At
first the leaves were thought to possess
food elements, but now  it is known
^  _M toon ,.,1'iiiciii.-, .,
declaring that the university buildings that the cocaine tbey contain merely
^_^^^^^^^^ allays the irritability of tbe nerves thai
f,i,.l.ily"eo,,s',r,;eted, and that specifi- P��dnee the sense of hunger   Cocaine
,    , ,       , Is an  alkaloid   made  from  the cocoa
rattens harl not  be.-n adhered  to li ieaf, which has the effect of completer.
their  s"���c>ur...  was  apparently   based destroying   the   sensibility   of  nerves.
Irresponsible   gossip.    The   build- The discovery of this active principle
the Memorial of tiie cocoa leaf explained fully and
satisfactorily  tlio  effect  produced  by
pre.-s.'d      t lid	
���l,.!..  d.-iri'.  and   suid,^^^^^^^^^
"\Y,.  do  nol   know   whal   complications may arise l" tween Greal Britain
Judgment, and as such empioyeu
as a means to bail sinners to repent-  Ni'^""' Power' Premier wllilI1">' Save  "'. '\
the deputation a  warm welcome,  .-x- ,''11'' disciples 11 Is a question .1 pub- ings under discussions
fill'"-,    sympathy   with  "(   sympathy is not  rather with than church, the new library nnd ihc new
againsl  tho Brsl apostle. In the esti- g mnasium   were   si   mg  1
.  math a ot the average san.  person un- all practical purposes.   There seems to
  Influenced  by the quackerj   ...   whieh ho no truth In the charges which have
and  the  United   States,  and  ibe   Do-   iUcd se��ts are built up, the whole In- been  made.    Undoubt, lly  the  pi
minion and the states, concerning the stitution  was  founded  on  fraud, and authorities will call in competenl  en
falls.   Bul the government of Ontario >'" among its adher nts and support 5 to Investlgati  thi  ruins,   t
will 1... day and night upon the watch  'rs are [housan :   ot good, tainl;   the new Stanford will be 1
in order to see that  the Interests of ana   nioral   people   who  have  yielded nf steel of the besl
rvince  are  not   implicit    obedience to the    organlz 1 q   .' .��� proof."
nnd  who  believe  entirely   in   his  pro-  0 ��� ���
of Silo;,,,,  fell, no doubt i,  fell us anv ��� ���  -                                      ' d ml8,8lon i,n'1 ""tt"'J:>'    "   ' " " ' TUe W1"e Tnm��'
tower would fall, by the law of gravl-                    ��  '" ���" D��^' U  m""'1 h'V",'"' �� B ,nJ* Tramp-l'lease, ma'am, couldn't you
. ,                       '       . other    cheai   lor   whom   they    would spare me a little���
union, and the eighteen men under 11      the FINANCIAL AFTERMATH. ,,.,v.. W1���k.ll .������, llV wh���m lhl.v W(i;ll,1 Housekeeper-Go   right  away   from
would,   and   did,   perish  regardless  of here  or   I'll   call   tlie  dosr    vou   luzv
,,   .         ,             ,   ,       ,,                     The effect of the San Pranclsco dis- have been dominated. Dowie's energies ��  .,   r         ctt"  ul�� uog'  you  uzy'
then- goodness or badness.                                                                                                                ,��� , , dirty���
...-.���  .,-�� e.....-noo of ,ho world is w.re    s.lhshh, but  nol    uselessly dl
Both on easy terms.   Write for prices.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Columbia Street.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL, MACHINi: AND i..\'il.NI'. '
SHIP s HTH1NG, HKiinil'. and
Ornamental   Iron   Wont,   including
Fen, e 1, Gate . Eire biscapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence in-
llring  your  old
lliarl..   A^,   gOOd   .' '    ,|."A .   '
on all kinds of n paii .1 "
atly   al th,   1
for 11 years so we knots
am . The doctor said: "The re-l
searches of science have stripped volcanic eruptions and earthquakes ol
tho superstitious awe by which tmy
were al one time regarded, and show
(hem to be the result of natural laws.
God never changes these laws and
when requisite conditions are ojjtalned,
a volcanic eruption or an earthquake
is the. sure result, without any regard to the holiness or sinfulness of
the people involved.    When the tower
���    people  of this  prov
sacrificed   in   reference  to this  question."���Collier's Weekly.
chewing the leaves.   An Infusion of the
leaf might be used with good results In
allaying the (;���nwi,,g appetite that foi- <
lows some forms of fever or In cases
where the sense of hunger is due to a j
diseased condition of the stomach. Co- '
caine should never be used except on 1
ti," prescription of a trustworthy physi
clan, because it is dangerous.   The eo
ra.:." habit is more readily for,ned than
either the morphine or tiie liquor habll
ami is far more rapid in its work of de
New Westminster, P. U. 474.
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
Sign   M.in  on  Wheel.
Columbia Bt.
Sew W,
i���   by   experienced     bankers world by employing labor In a_u
bthelr-llves dealers in   money;   form.    It   may   be true  tkathe has
two are 0{ the same opinion. I taken the cream of his peoples work
aster upon the finances of the world isI were selfishly, out not use,e��0,. u,-. Tramp���Yes, ma'am; that's what 1
still, like X-rays, an unknown quantity, rected. II" was a creator of Industries, was about to remark. I'm travel stain-
Numerous    are' the  speculations    in-: and he bus added to the wealth of the   ed from my long Journey, and I want
and   a!
bul  no two are oi  uie same n...........   ��� ^^^^^^^^
The San Franciscan whose interests and effort, and he may nol have b, n
are centered ln that lately magnificent temperate or moral in his own con
city entertains an optimistic view of duet, but he has not led his Hock in
the outlook. He is bound t��� do that, the path of vice, or soughl to make
A failure to raise values In stocks and ,!!""i l��l,il for fre.- citizenship, As
real estate, which hnve declined to the founder of his sect, he, If any one,
zero, means ruin to him and his pro- was entitled to a fair resull from his
jects, but lately so alluringly bright, success. The men who have revolted
,: randoned.   The day ! are now seeking to oust him from
the earthquake real property on  M  1    ��������� ���   position   certainly   can,,,,,   be   re-
kel street, ihe greal retail artery, was garded ils entitled to the fruit of his;
sold   ut   $1,1, ,  a  from   foot.    Whn'  labor, and yet that  is jus,  whn, they
would ii  bring today in the midsl  of i>ri- striving to secuie.    To them, as
iln-   uncertainty  and   gloom   and   the  ' ' Dowie, the whole thing is a game;
feeling of Insecurity that hns invaded  by which they can enrich themselves
heart?     We hesitate to sel out  ''>' "lf' toll of the credulous members
in figures '1," opinion thai is expressed "' ""��� 3ect' and wlth I)ow'if- out, they
International two-cent postage came bj   1   n,, r     from  ihe stricken  town  would   hold   the   society   together   ll
before the   quinquennial   congress of ��:,;,, we have couversed.   The possible,  that they  might   direct   its
the Postal Union, which opened at dii 1 damage wroughl by the earth- operation and enjoy the product of Us
Rome Vprll 7. Fifty-five nations were qiake r.nd ihe lire is stated to be labor- They are simply attempting to
represented in this international con- $150 000,000. This sum may be ac- usurP the harvest, the seed of which
ference. Thinking persons In 'every copied ns approximately correct, and another sowed, und Ihey nre doing so
democratic nation in tbe world can H would be well for California and ''��� defiance of the rubs which .should
find mosi cogent reasons for the the resl of the world if i: comprised ���;;"v<".''1 men leagued together for pur-
adoption Of ibis measure, all thai has been lost through the >")ses of ���sl'oil- Dowie declared he
Mr. Ilenniker Healon, 11n- father of dreadful visitation, But there are in- haa ;> mission, and his people believed
international postage, of British penny dlrecl damages the anion,,, of which him- These men, however, have no
postage and of postal reform, has been it is tar nnd awny beyond the power mission, and yet they desire to rule
educating the British public tl> a be- of any one to estimate al this writing. ""' elecl gathered together under the
lief that universal penny postage Is a  Take the shrinkage in stocks of siren,   standard of Hie first apostle.
possibility,    it   was  he who  pointed railway, ���+;!<, electric light, telephone, ���*~ ��	
oul   the   relative   proportions   of  do- water    and  other utilities;     the  domestic    and    foreign  letters    in  the  preciatlon In civic and public Improve Winnipeg Clearings.
United    Kingdom,    which    is    aboul   menl   debentures;   the destruction of     Winnipeg, Man., May 3,���The bank'
forty-four to one.    With a cheapening  manufactures, the loss   in   trade   nnd  clearings  for  the  week  ending today
^^^^��� were ��8,151,545;  1905, $7,405,053;  1904,
The automobile is blamed for a new
w,,e to the human race. A doctor
Writes to the London Mail to predict
thai in the next twenly-Iivu years the
degenerating of physical health will
increase from consumption, diptherla,
tonsilltle   and other   diseases of the
nose, throat and respiratory organs.
Again, the ".'...sight of the people is
seriously jeopardized by the amount
of dust iind noxious matters spread
about by automobiles. Eyesight will
suffer by the introduction of flnfe dust,
which is loaded with microbes. Altogether. this doctor Is in a rather depressed state of mind because of the
general use of the automobile and the
diseases that it will introduco.,
*.VA   1......    ..... 0   ���.
ed to ask if you couldn't spare mo a
little soap?
Housekeeper���Soap? Soap? Mercy
on mei Is tho world coming to an
end? Walk right In, sir, and stay to
dinner. You're more than welcome.���
New York Weekly.
A young stockbroker who always
tries to appear busy and prosperous
went out for awhile, leaving on his
offlce door a card neatly marked:
"Will be back in an hour."
On bis return he found that some
envious rival had inscribed underneath:
"What for?"���London Tit-Bits.
A Diplomat.
"Why do you teach your children to
recite and sing';"
"Well," answered the practical woman, "ther., has to be some way ot
starting people who come to see you
and forget when it's time to go home."
���Washington stnr.
which    is ^^^^^^^^
With I cli.-upi'iiiiig ii,;.ii,il'if;nre	
of  the   foreign   rate  the  number  of commerce, and last, bul by m> means
pieces of mall  delivered  in   England least,   the  shriveling  of   real   estate
would noi be eo far out of all relative values, and  tho losses will  probablj
proportion   to  the   number  of   pieces reach   one  million  dollars.     Many  of
of mail .sent abroad.   This," of curse, these shares und debentures are held
would mean a greater and njoro per- In New York and other financial cen-
Bonal   intercourse   among  the   nation!
Iln rilenf',1.
Explorer--But have you bad any experience that would tend to fit you foi
the hardships of an arctic expedition?
Would Be Member of Party���Have II
Why. I lived two winters in an apart-
mem house where 1 was at odds witi
tlie Janitor.���Judge,
"Did Mrs. Oglamng's husband leavi
her well provided for?"
"He left her fabulously rich."
"How do you know?"
"I see by the latest s "iely news she
ls to bo married ngaln."   Houston Tost
A-t,nt nml __tsW6_ed.
In the "Reminiscences of Sir Henry
Hawkins" (Lord Brampton) a Story ls
told concerning Jack, the pet terrier
whicb always accompanied the famous
Judge wherever he went :
On one occasion, when on circuit and
driving to the cathedral of a certain j
City for tbe preliminary religions serv- j
Ice, Jack sut beside liis master in the 1
sheriff's coach. The sheriff ami bis
chaplain, a most solemn looking, ascetic high churchman, occupied the opposite sent.
His lordship in relaling the story says
that the chaplain eyed tbe dog for a
long time with great uneasiness, Then,
as they neared the cathedral, be _eoin,ed
to get alarmed und, in a state of great
agitation, stammeringly said:
"My lord, may I���ah���er���ask if tin
dog is going ,0 divine service?"
"Well, I don't know," replied his lord-
Ship. "I shall ask bim. .luck, would
you like to go to church?"
Jack growled aud lifted his head tc
"Xo," went on the judge. "Jack Bays
that he doesn't like dry sermons."
Ills    III'* ��ll,I, loll.
"Speaking of revolutions," began the
loquacious man, "I was the central figure In one myself once."
"Somewhere In South America?"
"No; In Massachusetts.   I got caught
lu the  shafting of a woolen mill."
i Commercial, Pitman an.l dregg Short-
' hand.      Telegraphy   and   Engineering
(Civil, Marine and Stationary) Courses.
TIIK UK ST of curses, tlie BEST of
teachers (eight) and the BEST of
R. .1. SPROTT, B.A., Principal,
II. A. SCRIVEN, H.A., Vice-Principal.
Cdrnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnis.
First Clai ��� Meal    I all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chine i  Sl I,
From 1 5c. up.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
Feed, Sale and Livery
���Late8tHS:LRti:Tired w- N- draper
W. LYLE & CO.        B- c- Land
Cor. 8th and Carnarvon Sts. Phone 2G I
Plard Block.
B. ^^
Ntw Westminster, B.C.
ires.    Canada holds many, and  Lon-
Endorsed at Deloraine.
I), uu'nine,  Man., May 2.���The board
of  trade    hns    passed    a    resolution
i'i,in,in_ Paces.
Mrs. Painter   I see the left side of
the face Is usually considered by artists
to be mora beautiful than the right,
Mr. Painter   Bnt n I ,t of you women
seem   to   think   boll,   sides   should   bs
painted.���Yonkers Statesman.
,.      ���   ,       ,,,,., ,   ���,���,, strongly endorsing the Lord Day s Ob
n' ibe world ' "����� Paris nnd  Berlin always deemed .., ,   . ,.
"��� "u wo""' .    ,, ,    .    ,,,,    ��� ��� ,,,..,��� servance bill, now before parlli m
There  cannot   be  too  many   ties   Lo   tInn, ns golden-edged,    rhe San .ran- ^	
bind  humanity.    The more there are  riser,  banks are  known  to  be heavy
and the greater their complexity, the holders    of  these    securities.    Their
better for the pen,'" of nations,   The safes and vaults are filled with them,|
more mime
the   bonds     will   be.     Tltose     mins-i nanus  nave  aavauceu ,a,B.e..v   ��  ..a.,^ ^     AbQu)   ^ ^^ mM,
which tend to promote civilized inter ���--'-*- * -    ������       ��   "-
Erie   Canal   Opens.
us the threads the, firmer I as collaterals for loans,   The savings      Buffalo,   X.   Y..   May   2.���The   Erie
will   be.    Those    thlnssj banks have advanced largely  on rcai| canal was practically opened today for
state thai wus purchased al the top
KfverrHtliK  Tilings.
"A man's hunt  for health," said tin
philosopher, "is not conducted on tho
usual rules of races, tor be never starts
in pursull of ii until be finds It Is already
run   ili,v.u.''-Ballin,oro  Ameri-
""   'i' , ��� ., ,
^^_^^^^ , , ,   . ..... grain-laden, moved  from  Bullalo
course among nations are the things  figure, bul  which ts worth verj  little	
which  lead  all  along a  common  path   now  tor the purpose of establishing al
common   goal.    Peacetffl   prog- credit, because It is practlcaly unsale
s  possible onfy where ihere is  able,     From   the   usbes   of   the   fir,
there  would  have  been
cover, ;     hul   wllh   the
a   rapid
Colonial   Conference.
I.n lon,     May   '1.���Lord     Elgin,    COl-
I onlal secretary, wns the guest al din-
ever-present   ���,.,. ,,���liKi��� ���r uu, Canadian club.   He
iread   of  another earthquake,  public  ar.n0unced that the colonial conference
confidence    wlll no, be    speedily re-1 would aMemble in the middle ot April,
f til 1 nnd free intercourse. Discord,
strife and misunderstandings cannol
be avoided where Ihere Is little or no
intercourse, H	
England    and  America   apparently stored, if ever,   The banks have nol
appreciate   this to a greafef   extenl resumed business, nor hnve steps been
than other countries, for these two na- taken aa yel to realize upon or oollecl
tlons have always been In the li nl in commercial    paper,   The situation   is
the   mailer  of  postal   reforms.     Thai one   of  greal   danger  and   perplexity.,    ���  	
fifty-three other nations appreciate the Men who were rich before the calamity headquarters of the London police, is
neod of a less untrammeled interna- are poor today,   Banks thai were bul a historical place, said to have been the
, ,  ,                          ,  .           ,                         ,              ,                     . , site of a palace where kings of Scot-
ional intercourse enough to send rep-1 too  anxious  to  loan a   fortnlghl   unn lnud werePrc.cclved whcn thpy ram6 t0
may   be  unable  to pay  their  deposi- LondoUi u is near the banqueting hall,
v  Whitehall.   The Scotch kings retained
Tlin IlMort Feminine,
He���Well,  I've  found out one thing
you hnve no heart.
She- (lh, come now How can a mai
Without brains know anything aboul
anatomy?���Cleveland Plain healer.
The   science  of   physiognomy   dates
from the writings of Lavater, who was
born in 1711 and died in 1S01.
Sen Wntor.
Tlie innumerable shades nf blue nnd
green  which  constitute  what may   bo
called  the natural color of son  water
Scotland Ynrd.
_,,,,,.      ,, ,    .                  ._ are due to a greiiter or   ess propor  on
Scot and Yard, widely known ns the ,     ,. . ,, ,        ,    '            '    '
-   .     _"   ___  _.������   ,_ of salt held In  solution.    The appear-
��nee of  Intense blue  Is the  result of
tho presence of  large   quantities of
saline matter.
Be Marked.
"This," said tbe enthusiastic young
reporter, "is going to be one of the
best stories the paper has had for a
month.   Now, mark my words."
Whereupon the editor seized his large
club shaped blue pencil and so did.
The Crent  Eastern',
The Great Eastern was (ISO feet long,
83 feet beam, 28 feet draft when loaded, 23,000 tonnage; paddle engines,
1,000 horsepower nominal; screw engines, 1,700 horsepower nominal. She
was commenced to be built ut Millwall
In tbe spring of 1854 and was launched after many difficulties on Jan. 30,
1858. The history of the (ireat Eastern
was from the lirst financially an unfortunate one. She made several voyages to the United States at a great
loss to her owners, but iu 18115 and 1800
sho somewhat redeemed her character
by successfully laying tha Atlantic cable. Subsequently, owing to her vast
size, she was Instrumental In laying
most of the Important cables across tbe I
Atlantic, in the Mediterranean, through
the Red sea, etc. In 18KS she wns sold ;
nt auction in Liverpool lo be broken
up, bringing the sum of $280,720.���London Globe.
The Human Body's Tlrclc-HN ���r,:nu��.
Man has within bim a stationary engine called his heart, whicb, with its
veins and arteries, constitutes a perfect system of hydraulics, compared
with which man's best work is clumsy,
Intricate and wasteful. The lungs nre
a working bellows, the most perfect
method of sanitary ventilation. Tbe
stomach is a working vat of marvelous
perfection. Tbe brain is a wondrous
condenser, and the skin is it great
working evaporator, with reserve auto
Do you need a Set
of Teeth?
We guarantee to fit you
or Refund Your
Read   O
Wky  Pay
A Full set of Teeth
Gold Fillings
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns
Silver Fillings
Platina Fillings
Lost Teeth Restored by Artificial Substitutes-
,1 Work'
iuatic appliances, ready for extra work i j
ln moments of need.   All theso are in    ,    Bridge Work is the most durable of all Denta
action nt all times, day and night, tireless, unceasing, self winding and re
pairing, for seventy years or more.
rc-sontatives   to   the   congress   Is   the
sign    of  a   healthy  desire    to make  tors when they resume business. New   >>lilleumi.   ^.^ ���.������, o	
peaceful   progress  toward   larger and i York bankers, i, is said, have offered poss, sslon of it from 059 till thc rebel-
mo,<��� amicable International relations,   to loan their San  Francisco brethren Hon of  William of Scotland.   Milton,
Universal penny postage .should have $.00,000,000 on the faith of the securl- Sir Christopher Wren_and other nota-
the support of all advocates of unlver                          ^^^^^^^^^^
Bai i eaoe.                        *
Brooms nre made by both hand and
machine labor. Tlie broommaking machine is pronounced by experts to be
ono of tbe marvels of the mechanic's
_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_b_ blcs lived in Scotland Yard.
ties which Ihey bold: hut more n,���"iiy   ults I      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
la  required,    The  proposal   thai   the Whyr                                             Spiders' Wei...
United   States   government     should ihe following advertisement appear-     i_e first ropemakers wer- the spl.
guarantee a  city  loan  Of  $260,000,000 ed In a prominent London newspaper:   , 3orSi wi,i,.|, s,,i��� ,, tiirend so line (hut,
. ' ���>',/    no- cent    is a  reasonable  re- Wantedl-Etatpsrlenced   bustnen  womaa    although it is composed of fifty or six-
at   _./���   pe,   cent    is a rewwi manageress,   floorwalker.   ���uPjrvisor:                  ,    ItlSJtdO-en times smaller
quesl   and  should  be listened  to ana, not necessarily experienMdto^h^rdress.    l>
complication a* Interest*.   In Ontario jit   possible,   compiled   with
Ti,. campaign for the preservation
,f  Ni iRara runs against u remarkable
Drauintle Deaths,
What is a dramatic death? Of course
fhe most dramatic death ever recorded
was that of l'lnciit, who dropped dead
while paying n bill, Then there was
the death of Fabius, who was choked
by a hair In some milk; that of Louis
VL, who met his doom because a pig
ran under his horse nnd caused bim
t,> stumble; that of Saufelus, who was
poisoned by tbe albumen ill a soft boiled egg, and that Of Zeuxls, who died
j Bridge Work is 22k.   Guaranteed forK^J.
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
Mon Dentists,
.     ..,.,,    as  manager-w,   n...,. ��������.-������   -r;r-:~-_; ty strands, it Is u uozen nines sniui.er P��� ,.,;,-, ami tliat Ol  /.eu.\,s,  ,.���� >n.��
in  the HS SrtE^SEtEi!^^ toe fincst thread spun by' *��� from laughter at sight of a bag he had
-.   ��u��uta.i��i.i   i/v~��     .  .hn'iit Sent. 22. hands of men. noi-toa
not only the usual financial I history  of  the  world  Ihere  has  been [ Wou* ""'
Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.   Remember    -
407 Hastings St. West, ^^ . :, '.y. M \y
50c i Why ? It's a Snap 50cl Local News Briefly Told
For  Thc
Man   With   Thc   Hose!
Snaps,       Saves Time,        Saves hi.  hose,        Sn. mper,
Saves his wife's ten,pei-. Also In- wife's fingers and skirts.
It's easily attached t" "Id couplings and hose,
Is warranted to make a tight j'.int at all times,
Swivels;       Will not leak,      Will not wear out,
Cannot loose the washer,        Will not let the ln.se twist or kink,
Can have worn washers quickly replaced,
Will not wet him when uncoupling with water Rowing,
Is made tight by tbe water pressure acting on thin lip of washer.
H. T. Kirk,
Hardware  and  Tinsmithing.
Creamery   Butter
30  Cents  Per  Pound
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97.       ...
Hammocks, Croquet Sets
Tennis Balls and Racquets,
Lacrosse Sticks and Balls,
Base  Balls,  Mits,  Gloves, Masks,
Bats. Cricket Bats, Etc.
ers.   News
Station-    j
Dealers,     i
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   - B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
! Our Knowledge
! Is Not for Sale
We don't charge extra for it. Our contracts
show that we are masters, thorough in every
detail   of work,  workmanship and material.
See us before vou let your work.
Not on Top, But Still in the Ring.
House Cleaning Time (
And you may possibly need a carpet.   We have the greatest range c,f fi
them'and can guarantee to save you money and  give  you   better  satis- %
faction than you can get in any other place.     For instance, a good body ,���,
Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid for one dollar a yard up. fi
01,1 carpets taken Up, cleaned and relayed   for  ten  cents  a  yard.    We !��J
have the largest stock und the finest show rooms and the  finest  prices, jjj
Come and see us.   It will pay you to see our stockjbefore placing your fi
order elsewhere. m
���* fi
!���;  "18 and 718 Columbia St.     Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   V
Largest  Stock  In the City.
Mounted    In  any  Style    you  Desire.
Come and Inspect Them.
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler,     -      Columbia St,
phone 138 tor le.. Cream.
The ,. iresi ot Ice cream al the Star
Candj Fi . torj a, cl to DeGrey's barber
shop. *
Freshlj made candy every day al
th, Star Candy Factory nexl to De-
Grey's barber .shop. *
tee Cream the purest at the West-
mlnst, r Creamery. *
P. Jaokman lefl for Langley on the
morning boal after spending a few
days in the Royal City.
,;. Seelej lefl on tho Ramona for
Langley this morning after a shorl
business stay in the Royal City.
The  Rev.  Mr. Cald, r,  Presbyterian
,- al  Langley Is in the city on
., .i.i-. lie is registered al ihe Cosmopolitan.,
.1. Menzles,    of Vancouver,   lefl  ,,,,
!;.. a   this  morning  for  Chilli-
:   i shorl   while visiting
his friends ot thai town,
Leave your orders toi tee Cream -
ihe Creamery. *
ll. Coughlan, " >> the jurymen al
i he recenl . pi inn asslzi a lefl on the
Ramona I hi moi ning I'm' his ho:,:.' al
P, .in.-..:,, win, aT.' I as Interpreter
on i Iir Pierre case al the spring assizes
In thla ciiy, lefl on iln ,-:. amer Ramona this morning fur his home al
Dr. M. Kin,,is, presldenl of >li"
Saskatchewan Electric company is al
��� ��� al in flie city. During his stay
I:.. will be a guesl al iln- Guichon.
The S:.,:' Candj Factory nexl to l le
Grey's    barber    shop     manufactures]
homemade candy and chocolate of nil
kinds. *
1'". ('. Clover, manager of the B, C,
Electric Railway company, i.n this
morning lor his ranch a: Armstrong.
He will I..- awny aboul a week.
VV. A. Gilley ha., almosl completed
bis pile driving contracl at the Small
& Bucklin Mills, lie expects his pile
driving crew in from tin, north in the
course of a few days.
James I.t,my, ,1,.- crown Umber
igent, and IJ. J. McDonald arrived, in
the city yesterday afternoon on the
Ramona frum Chilliwack, where they
spent   a   few   days   on   business.
The framework of W. A. (iilley's
new st.-urn mg has now been set up
and already gives ihe onlookers un
Ides of what lhe completed crafl will
lie like externally. Another month
will Bee the new b���u, approaching
Thc new switch connecting the C.
I\ It. nnd (1. X. It., railways. im-
moiTlaleh easl ,,i' il,.' creamery building will In' finished und ready for use
tonight, 'l'lie need of lhe switch has
long been felt and will givnlly facilitate in the transfer of ears.
'I'I,.' Steamer Ramona arrived in the
City early yesterday afternoon will, a
medium sized cargo of farm produce
and the following passengers: T.
Chestersilver, .\li\ Oliver nnd wile,
Mrs. Iline from Langley, Mrs. Lennox,
Mrs. H. Davfs, and I. DeRoche from
way  landings.
Tl,,' small boys in the east end have.
again been getting themselves inlo
trouble and compiainls have reach..!
lhe police of their behavior. Unless
there Is a marked improvenii.nl in the
conduct of these youngsters, Chief Mcintosh is determined thai liny shall
lie dealt with very severely.
C. B. Daniel, who has been paying
teller of the Royal Bank here for the
lasi six months has been transferred
io tho east end branch of the same
bank in Vancouver. He ls succeeded
by A. C. C.ahan, who has just arrived
from Chilliwack. Another addition to
the local staff ls S. B. Gilchrist who
commenced  his  duties on  Monday,
Complaint was made yesterday to
the chief of police that, blasting was
being carried on al lhe corner of Fifth
avenue and Fifth street. An Investigation was made and stumps and
slimes were found scattered around
for a considerable distance.   The of-
Ccal    Min rs  Remain  Orderly    While
fender  was  warned nol  to  repeal   the        _ , _      , .   ,    ,     ,,      ,
Force  of Constabulary  Marches
offense, ...s ii was a dang pui,-
lie, He promised thai no a ore slumps
would be blown up.
Poundkeeper    Hurra] ilng to
take a nigln off in the n,... future,
and devote the Mm.' 1" the task ..I
locating u tew stray pigs thai are
allowed io roam around in ,he neigh- ward ihe constabulary. Despite the
borhood of Fifth avenue and Fifth threats of the citizens thai another
street. The owners ai careful ,., battle would resull If any of the troop-
keep their animals in tin- pen during ers entered ihe town, lour squads "i
ihe day, inn at nighl thej turn them Capt. Page's >���.���>, made their appear-
loose ,,, rool  mn   whatever ihey ,an  ance on the streel early today,   They
Mounl , 'armel, Pa . Ma] :. Quiet
continues here, alilu.ugh trouble ma)
break oui al any time, ..win... in the
nu.-use bitterness <.i the residents to-
We have studied every Ide tail
of the Carpet Business
that ta why we continue to grow and. denends
not onlj ..��� Knowing what l��,t how to buy.   Our ab .���.,, tjjj|
best at lowest pries enables us to give you chances
Here are a few of them:
For bedroome, halls, etc, we have a line line ..f .la',. Carpet    from
26c p.'r yard, 36 ,,,. wide.   Union and wool car] | ���'. ,���.,. N irj
86 in. wide, Jute squares. 3x3, for $3.50 up. Union, Tapestry Brussels, Milton, Axminster, Squares at nil prices. We can certainly save
you money on ihe goods.    Lace Curtains from $1.35 per   ard.'
236 to 242 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front   Streets,  Uupont  Block
gel, an.l us ihe pigs g.n busy during
their hours of liberty, hares of their
depre la- lon ��� are plainly evldenl in the
'l'l,.' Lawn Tennis Club will hold a
.; a .��� on Friday nlghl in St, <;. orge's
ball. The.-., dances have It. �� among
the mosi popular functions in the
���. ami the commlttci ol manage
...iking hard to make this
or...   even    more   sue,.'    ' ii   thai!    iln'
oth, rs.   An   efficient   orchestra   has
I ������ ��� :   . ... ... d   ior the   ccaslon,
1 mu il,.. v a. in which   h ��� tick.
:-'.���        irge'
will have 'o siudier a record gathering mi fri lay.
A. Folk and his slstei in law, Anna
< i.rlston, arrived in the cltj j esterdaj
fr, ni : 1,.. east.   Mr. I i i from
Norway aboul three n i on the
la ,;,. ... ean liner Fji r I, ai i Ivlng al
Halifax aboul twelve days ago nnd
coming stralghl westward. Mr. Ford
complains of the conditions thai prevailed in 'he steerage quarters <.��� th.
Fjord during the voyage nnd says
thai they were distressing in iln . \
treme. Over 900 passengers arrived ns
Immigrants to Canada from foreign
countries. Among linn were nun
Irish maidens broughl frnm Ireland
by the Salvation armj for colonization
purposes und ns i, was their (its,
voyage they naturall suffered considerable  from  s.a . I, kness.
 o ���
Hard Working Pastor.
A,monies. Wn., May 2.���Pilgrim
Congregational Church, in South Ana-
cartes, wu.- formally dedicated Sunday,
Rev, VV, W, Scudder, of Seattle,
preaching the sermon. Besides the
pastor, Rev. Horace J. Taylor, Dr. Mlt-
chelmore, of ihe   local   Presbyterian
.Church, nnd Rev. \V. S. Hanlien, of
the "Methodlsl Episcopal Church, took
part in the services.
\v..,k wus begun on the new church
al.,in: three ."nr- ago, und ilie congregation worshipped in ihe unfinished building for sin,,.- lime.
Rev. Horace -l. Taylor, the pastor
and founder of the church, hauled 'I,.'
greater pari of ih.' lumber thai wen,
inlo the structure wiih one horse, und
did considerable of the carpenter work
nnd painting. The Ladies' Aid Society did effective work in raising
funds for the construction of the
church,  nnd  others contributed  liber-
were mounted and had their carbines
Burgess Perman and other local authorities quickly passed the word for
everybodj to remain orderly and nol
Insult the ,roups. The troopers .-������
malned here aboul fifteen minutes and
then proceeded to Locasl Gap.,
The ' on tabulary are greatly encoui
aged over Gov, Pennypacker's declara
tion thai they acted right in defending
themselves In the two fights with the
mob. The official ol the mine workers lefi today tor the Scranton con-
venUon, after making a final plea to
the men nol to pr ,voke the constabulary.
Five loads ol     breakers from
the Clearfield ri aim, arrived here early
today, and ll i- reported thai five additional carloads from the same renin,,
will reach here later in the.day. Four
:.. u carloads of men from Hi" sofl coal
region were run inn, the Philadelphia
,'. Reading Coal .v.- Iron Company's
.image yard near Mahoney City.
The cars containing the strike breakers are fitted up so thai the men can
live in them, The cars are guarded by
details of coal and iron  police.
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: : Heinz's : :
Chili Sauce,
Celery  Sauce,
Mandatav   Sauce.
California Home
Sueet Relish,
Easl India Relmh.
Red Hot Relish.
Try a Bottle of Tomato Relish.
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VH-Vyt  AALy/AIVU     ( olumbi.i Sired.
| Do You Want To j
Buy a Neat Home \
On Tram Line.    Comprising 8 City Lots,        X
6 Roomed Dwelling, Woodshed and fruit ���
trees. ���
Apply $ 1 600 on easy terms.    |
Believes that Hundreds of Dead Bodies
Will   Be   Found   in   San
Raids Gambling Resort.
Tacoma, Wn��� May 2. Deputy Sheriff Gregory, of Wilkes.,,,, yesterday
broughl In a lot of gambling paraphernalia which he captured In a raid on
the resort of E. T, Brown, of Kapow-
sln. Sheriff Denholm was lnfornfed
several days ago thai gambling was
in progress ihere. and ordered Gregory
lo Investigaie.
Bishop Wants Relief.
Toronto, May 2.���Bishop Sweetman,
after   twenty-seven   years' service as
head of the  Diocese of Toronto, has
made a proposition to the synod that
a Coadjutor be appointed to relieve
htm in a measure of his work. It. is
pn account of failing health that the
bishop hu.-; taken this step.
Seaside Excursions.
If you are going to the Old Country
or sending for friends and desiro
comfort, travel via C. P. Ry. Atlantic
Lake Erie West St. John, April 28.
2 magnificent new .Impresses win sail
In May. For particulars apply to Ed.
Goulet, C. P. R. Agent.
Sati Francisco, May 2,���Coroner
Walsh is Btlll of the opinion that the
remains of hundreds of earthquake
victims He under the ruins in the burnt
"When the debris is cleared awny,"
he Bald, "ihere will be al leas, 1,000
additions to the death roll. 1 would
not he surprised if ihe number reached 1,500. Great numbers of persons
perished in iln- cheap lodging houses
thai  collapsed.
"Hown in lhe Fish .Market district,
where hundreds of men Were al work
nt the time of the earthquake, Bev-
,inI structures collapsed uml the workers had n��� time to save themselves.
"Few victims are being found now,
because the debris in ihe places of
death is us yet untouched. We cannol excavate the ruins, for Ihat work
would require a ihousind deputies.
We en,, only wait for win,I we know
must be :, terrible harvest."
Coinage  Statement.
Washington, May -.���The monthly
coinage statement issued by the director of the mini showed that during
month of April, 1906, lhe total coin
executed at the minis of the United
States was $7,851,750, as follows:
Hold. $7,178,950; silver, $802,000; minor coins, $870,800. There were also
coined 600,000 five-peso gold pieces
lor ihe Mexican government,
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(same In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.   P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
1 ��
Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes.
Peaches, Crabs, Small Fruits of all kinds
;���; Ornamental trees and shrubs In great variety, evergreen and gold- fc
fi en from 2 to 6 feet.   Roses, paeontes,  rhododendrons,   privet,   ever- y
>���! green, and broad leaved for hedges.    Catalogues free.                          a
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D. M. Robertson & Sons
Quietly Married.
London. .May 3.���Mrs. Nannie Lang-
home Shaw. u�� Virginia, and Waldorf
Alitor, eldest, son of William Waldorf
Astor, were quietly married at All
Souls' church, Langhan Place, London,
u: 2:80 this afternoon by the Rev.
Francis Scott Webster, M. A., the
vicar. Neither Wm. Waldorf Astor
nor Mr. Langhot'iie. respectively the
fathers of ihe groom and bride, wa.s
present, both being too HI to attend
the ceremony.
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|   Tynehead Nurseries. NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C. g
1 Are You Particular
safety. ^-T^'i
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^���^_S_5__S_j��sr_   _,^*. P������ ���.mt*s0m��tw,t**suU
200 acres of Delta Land facing on water.    Wi
of ten acres ,������l upwards fr���m
sell in blocks
$45.00 AN ACRE.
secure a portion of Ihis you will have
One Third Cash.
to   move   quickly.
McLeod, Mark & Co.,
Real Estate, Eire <0 Life Insurttnc.
Tel. 273.      Near Tram Offie.
About Your Butter
If you are you should come
to us for it. We have the
very best brands of Butter on
the market and our prices are
low.    Try vs for Butter . . .
C. A. Welsh,
The People's Grocer
P. S.���Fruits and Vegetables pf all kinds���large, assortment at Low Prices.
Fraternal Order of
All   Eagles  ure  urgently requested
to be at their hall at 2 o'clock Sunday,
May G, 1906, to attend Memorial service.
The   public   is   cordially   Invited   lo
participate  In   this   memorial   service.
K. A.  I)AI,1/,1KL,
Worthy l'resdenl.
We beg to notify our friends and the public generally that we
have engaged Mr. D. McFaddeii, who has been our iceman for the past
two years, to deliver ice for us again Ihis season. Unless the weather
is very unfavorable you may expect a call from him about the first
of the month, when any orders you have been pleased to place with
hlm you may rest assurred will be promptly carried out.
Tlie B.C. Packers Association
Pkone 156     New Westminster, B.C
Additional Want Ads on Page Seven.
Owiics of cows, horses, and other
iu  lhe  City,  are hereby notified that It ls contrary to the provi
slims of Ibe Pound By-Law to pasture
the said animals on streets or public
squares in the elty, and that it is the
intention of    the  poundkeeper   to enforce the By-Law In th>s respect.
By order
'���' i animals
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Mutual  Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
.. , .*u,wu,tm.09
Amount of Policies now in force exceaoa.. ._'  '''       . f!),ow,uoo.00   j
Amount of Assets, legitimate and solid, now exceeds...
Tht. ts a company or po,.o y-hoMers, by pol.cy-nolder, ror po���cy
h0,^H MO'i'l'O,    tf. **<. amount of Assurance for the Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C.        'Phone M. THE DAILY NEWS
****** ********************
* Sporting News j
and Comment.       *
��� ���
Lacrosse   Practice.
V large number of    intern ��� lis ���  .
end  a   few   seniors  turned   oui   t,
s pindie,, al the Park lasi nl ���
and iuu for the unfavorabl,
weather the number of players
have ' i  mu, : .
o; - enjoyed a good .���
some of them stati l that they ,
ed to be stiffened up tor a fev,
untl] they began to get back In
With the enthusiasm of > iuth, ..
.ids     any   adverse
the younger  followers    of     he  -
were much In evidence   ,,,,    th,   B,
I.,11  the older hands  win. hav,
chasing   lhe  rubber   for   mnn,   moons
wer,. evidemh   ,���.;   ,;���,;!,,. s , enthusiastic    However ihe nexl practlc,
doubtless bring forth a large a
of lhe old  liners   provided   lie    ..
er is favorable.
The local  on,look   is  very  sal    I
tpry, and  although   the  bulk  ol
year's team win i���. composed ofyoung-
.���I   material   ihey  expect   to  i.e  righi
there al Hie flniah.   a lew a p.   i.   In
term, diates were Intro lu, -i In  i S
lor company lu.-;  season,    mid    made
good wiih the resull  they will
Hi.' Bl me pesiii.iiis Hit sel son,    Th,
ur.- nlso ��� number of players on :!,.��� In
1., mediale lineup a,   pres nl   v.
I", booked for n place with the S, ���
lhis  season,  und   the .'���  youn '
assisted by a  tew of the ol l tin     ���
p.Tis wil]  presenl  a  , '.4 line-
up, thai should make     go 1 :    i.. un..
before the Beason.
Tlie Intermediates will els., be to;
Hoteliers again  this  season, and  thej
will certainly  be the busy bo; -
ihey appear mi the oval ihis stimm, 1
'l'l,.- hoys are displaying unbounded en
thusiasm al present, and if thej 1
this spirit    Into Hie e.n:,:... New Wesl
minster will have   two   championship
teams again this season.
Vancouver   Lacrosse.
The Vancouver Intermediate 1���
crosse players are ai the gum. hard
nnd fas, every nigh, in the Terminal
City and are working wiih a strong
determination to win ,���,, in the league
race for supremacy.
Last night the Argonauts met nnd
elected officers, and transacted other
business of a routine nature.
Of course the Vancouver boys think
that they are sure winners, nnd il
hard works counts for as much us i;
should Ihey will be right up und coming at the finish, bul according to
the local Idea they will only be able
to   run  a   close  second.
������A Star Out of Jacob."
Id the time of the reign of Hadrian,
about A. D. 130, a Jew appeared amonf
tbe peopl. of Palestine claiming to be
a mesjiah���the "star out of Jacob"���
which Balaam predicted In his prophecy. (See Numbers xxlv, 17.) This
Jewish uiesslal s name was Simeon
Bar-Cocheba, which latter name in the
Hebrew language means "son of a
star." This Individual who so blatantly proclaimed himself to bo of divine
origin took Jtrusnl. m by storm ,.v. D.
132, and actually commenced the rebuilding of the temple. He took tbe
gorertment in hand nnd issued coins
and performed many other public offices, due of these coins, now in the
British museum, has un enlarged star
upon oue side and upon the oilier a
Hebrew legend meaning "The Deliverer of Jerusalem." The .lews, It ls said,
lost (Wi 1,000 men defending this mes-
siuh ut the time when (he Itoman government attempted to put down the
popular delusion. In ilon,an history
Bar-Cocheba is known as "I'oziba of
Bttrchocbeba." Tbe enemies of tbe
"son of a siar" changed bis name to
"Bar-Cozel.ii," whieh in the Hebrew
means "son of a lie."
Re  I."'   9,  in.    nnd     1" ol'  I-'"   16 of
Suburban   Block  10,    Map  200,  New
Westminster  City.
Whereas proof of the I,      of Certl
lira; '  Till" Num ler 1074.1
issued   iu   lbe   name   of   .lane   Howay
lias been died  in this ..Hie".
Xi.iie,. is !,. reby given 1!:.: I shall
ai the ex] Iratlon , t one month from
1 a .1 ue of the iir..: 1 Mention here-
. i   ue a duplii a'., of the   .'id Cer
mtime valid
,   . in -., 1 Ittnij
C   S.  KEITH,
Dlstricl   R, Titles
:. ;nl   l;    latrj   I iffli e,
N, sv Westminster, B. C, April 1, 1906.
barristers, solicitors  et,.       Offices:   New Wei  nlnster, Trapp Blk.,
corner  Clarkson  nnd   Lorne  sn is.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 446 Gran-
vilk, Btreet .1 . ��� ��� ih Martli Ki C, ��� ���
W. W'eai.. W. ''��� McQuarrle, ll. A
Bourne, Mr. Man in wild be in th 1
Westminster offices every Prldaj af
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 12 Lome
street, oppo - Coi rl Hou ���, New
Westminster. J. 11. Bowes, P. 0, Box
A  Speedy  it, very.
On oue of the visits of the American
fleet to English waters Admiral Erben
was In command, with Captain Alfred
T. Mahan, the writer on naval affairs,
as bis Hag captain. One morning Captain Malum . , to bis admiral with
an Invitation to uine With a duke which
he had received.
"1 can't accept," said Captain Malum, "as they forgot to invite you."
���T should say you couldn't," growled
the admiral.   "I'i! answer for you."
Whereupon the admiral wrote:
"Admiral Erben, United States navy,
regrets that Captain Mahan, his flag
captain, cannoi accept the Invitation of
the Duke of Blank. Captain Mahan Is
on the sick list."
An hour or SO later n messenger from
the duke returned with Invitations for
the admiral and the captain, whereupon the admiral wrote again:
"Admiral Erben accepts with pleasure the Invitation for Captain Mahan
and himself. He wishes also to advise the Duke of Blank that he bus
lal.- u Captain Mahan off the sick list."
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS, Barristers and sollcltoi 1, Bla, kle Blk.,
Columbia  Btreet,   New   Westminster.
\V. J. Whiteside, 11. 1.. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON in U.K. solicitor of ihe supreme court, Offices
I Canadian Bank of Commerce build-
, inn, Columbia street, opposite post-
; office, New Westminster. Money t<>
1 loan.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister nnd
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia nnd McKenzle Btreets, New West-
! minster, tl. C.
You Buy "B. c."   iBank of
or "Old Spoil" Cigars       Montreal
1 ain.ii* Storage of iinj-.
An English traveler through Kashmir found in practice there a novel
method of patting fodder up for winter use. The country lies in a valley
suiong tbe Himalayas. The chief industry of tlie people consists in raising
fine wool a id in making this into fabrics which have carried tbe name ef
the country all over the world. A curious custom in some places is that of
hanging quantities of hay up among
the branches of trees. Why it was
doue was more than I could guess, till !
my guide Informed mo that in winter
the snow lies Ave ami six yards in
depth and that the supplies of hay,
which now look only as If tbey were
me.,,it for camelopards, are then easily !
reached by the flocks of sheep whicb
nbotiud there.
Vou do lhe  wise thing.  It  tempting
Savor will surel;   win your favor. Man-J
ure i by���
Factory and Offlce, Urine Block,
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office.  Eighth  Street,
Incorporated by act ot parliament
CAPITAL 1 All paid up,...*!!."""."!"'
Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
i;..' al. G.C.M.G... .Hon Presidi al
H..11. sir ,;. A. il immond, fre : : ml
1..   s.   Clouston,   Vice   President  and
Genera) Man
General banking business trans-
a, ted.
Branches in all tne principal cities
! in   Canada,   In   London,  Eng.,   New
York,   Chicago,   and   St,   .loiin,   .Mid.,
and correspondents in all parts of the
Savings Bank Dept.
G.  D.   Brymner.  Manager.
rs DRY
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
QQQf Royal Bank
of Canada
of Ship
Scow   Building
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve J3.437.162
Total  Assets SM,s/6,i>/6.
Branches and correspondents ln
all the principal cities ot tne world.
General  banking  business transacted.
'H opens an account
talf yearly.
DtfAHIMfcN 1.
Interest added
Kennel  Show.
There is much Interest shown in
the coining kennel show lo be held in
the Drill Hall in Vancouver on May
nth 10 12th, inclusive, over three
hundred entries have been .-und. sn
far, and it is expected that this nun,
her will be considerably increased before ibe entries close. Outside competition will be very keen, and Hie
Vancouver admirers and owners ,.1
canines will have lo produce some
pretty fine animals in order to hold
the various prizes.
Major .1. M. Taylor, one of the
recognized judges and experts of Am
erica will officiate al  the show.
II li it'.. 1 Inn   , IrrnniNlnnrP.
A Scotch baiilie recently udvaueed to
tbe bench bad a criminal placed before
bim accused of some very modest violation of tbe law. Of course tbe baiilie
knew tbe prisoner well. He beard tbe
charge stated.
"John, man, I'm sorry to see you
here.   We'll just hue you half a crown."
The clerk here intervened.
"But the charge is not yet proved;
we have not heard tho evidence."
Then thc benignant baiilie:
"Ah, well, John, my man, as the
charge is not proved we'll just fine you
an eigbteenpence."���London Telegraph.
Ship and
a specialty.
�� ��ghth si., m nftMr. u u- c_ Monumental Works
Mark Twain  at   Billiards.
Xew York, Wednesday -May 2.���Marl.
Twain told ihe spectators al the big
billiard tourney what he know aboul
the game, and kepi them laughing
While he talked.    He said:
"The game of billiards has destroyed
my naturally sweet disposition. Once
when I was an underpaid reporter in
Virginia Ciiy, whenever 1 wished to
play billiards I went out lo look for
easy marks. One day a stranger came
to town und opened a billiard parlor. I
looked him over casually. When he
proposed a game I said all rlghl.
".Inst knock the balls around u Utile bo 1 can get your gait,' he said,
and when I had done SO he remarked:
"I'll be perfectly fair with you, I'll
play you left-handed.' I tell hurl, for
ie   was crossed, yed, freckled and had
red hair, and I was determined to
leach I,in, a lesson. He won the first
shot, ran oul,  look my  half-dollar nnd
all 1 gol wus an opportunity to chalk
my cue.
"If you can play like thai with your
lefl hand,' I snld. 'I'd like to se,. y ,11
play will, your right.'
1  can't,'  he  Bald,  i'���,  left-handed.' "
Mar* nnd  Sutarn.
If Mars and Saturn reflect the same
proportion of tbe light which falls upon
their surfaces the smaller and much
nearer planet would look three times
as bright ns the much more distant
and much larger Saturn. As a matter
Of fact, there is no great difference between the two. It is inferred from this
fact that the visible surface of Saturn
consists of clouds, since no surface of
land and water would reflect so much
light as that planet gives.
lie In 111-11 n.Tiin-.
Mrs. Sparks���Your husband ls n very
deliberate man, isu't he? Mrs. Slow-
man���Indeed be is. Mrs. Sparks���Did
you ever know bim to do anything In
a hurry? Mrs. Slowman���Never! He
plans every movement with the utmost
deliberation and lingers studiously ever
every detail, I have often thought that
if be ever dies suddenly it will be au
awful shock to him.
in home decoration need not be expensive. Quiet, rich colorings,
making an admirable background
for furniture and pictures, can be
had at reasonable prices if you call
Wall   Paper  Store
Sixth Street.
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Not So Very Unexpected,
"Ad:,,    dearest   Ada,    wlll   yoti
"Oh, Charles, this Is so unexpected!
Ynu must give me a little time."
"How long, darling?"
"ith, I will just en mamma. She is
wailing in tlie next room."
Junkin Admits Rebates.
Toronto, May 2.���At the Insurance
eomnitssion ,his morning, ihe examination of ,1. k. Junkin, general manager of the Manufacturers' Life, was
continued. The question of life insurance companies giving rebates was , \
amine 1 in'". Mr. Junkin said rebates
wer,. pretty general among Cam,,linn
companies, in,, he would like to .-.���'
(hen, abolished; bul this, he said, was
impossible, because He. amounts could
noi he controlled, lie suggested Hun
the governmenl impose a severe pen
.','i.v.   For Hie Manufacturers' Life ,0
Impose  ���   pen;,lly   would   work   lo  the
advantages ,,f other compani, s,
���Mr. Pabbs, aotuary of Hie Manufacturers' Life, formerly ���f ihe Canada
Life, wa.s examined. The most interesting point in his evidence wns b's ;..'
mission ihni his experience was th 1
estimates of profits made to pros]
live   policy.bidders   hnd   in   practlcel
every case noi  1 n realized.
"Now," began the philosopher, "take
the life of your neighbor, for instance.
"1,1 do lt In a minute," Interrupted
the practical man, "If the law would
not interfere. He's learning to play
the cornet."
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
Full lino of English, Bcotcn and Irish
tweeds and worsteds always In stock
Spring stock now in.    Make  your
UNION  LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The   regular    ��� ting   of   this
Is held nn lie Firsl Wednesday In
each month, al 8 o'clock p. m., lo
the   M ��� onlc   Temple.    Sojourning
I,roll   en are c,     I DVited  to Sl
t, nd. Dr. W. I. DeWolf Smith,
].-,   g  ,\.  m.   i; communica
tions of ibis lodge are h ild on tl i
second Tuesday In each month 11
Mas, le, nl  8 p. n      VI
[Dg 1 , . . . ordtallj inv.i. i
to attend.   D. W. Gllchrl t, Sec
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY.
Canadian Pacific R
British Coin
It.   B.   K.  0!   1-.   m ��� T.d  and
fourth Friday of each month at 8
p. m. In Orange hall corner of
Royal avenue and John street. So
joii'iniiig sir Knights cordially Invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E.  E.  Ma' 1 bins.  Reg.
Meets in Oram i h 11 Brsl nnd
third Friday in each month al 8 p.
in. Visiting brethren are oordlally
Invited to attend. El. B. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Daily I NEW Dally
Lenve' WESTMINSTER   Arrive
:���   ' . nn Blaine,  Belling    pni
1:36 pn, lum,      Burling |9:35pm
ton,   Mt,   Ver
non,     Everett,
Sea':'" und
1:35 pm Spokane,      St. 3:00 pn
Paul      md     alii
points  \.   ���
9.20 am Inacortes, 3:00 pm
iWoolley,    and
:: pm Vancouver        9:20 ;,,,,
9:35 pin I  38 pm
I. O. O.  F.���AMITY  LODGE, No. ."���
The regular meetings of this lod ������
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum
bla street, every Mon lay ev, ning,
:i, 8 o'clock. Visiting lire,hren cordially Invited to attend. S, J, May,
x, ,;.;  W. c. Coataam, Rec, See.
Route ,,f the r m,
2���Daily  Overland Trains���2
Spokane. St.  Pnul, a' '
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
1 ���       and all 1 olnl -; 1
For    complete    Information
rates,   bei tb   resei \ atton,   etc.,
Call on or add:'
''. C  GRIFFIN,  \""
j     Bank of 1
New We B. C
I       S. ,;. JERKES, V. G. F   \ .
Corner Second Avenue and Co
lumlii:, Sl..  .-'.eai He,  Wash.
J?b\* Coast Lh,
Service, !
(Subjecl tochai      - - .. "
1, p
Leaves Vlcl ul  '..
Leo      Beatl
Arrive Porl
Arrive Vi, 1
A. O.  U. W.���FRASER  LODGE  No. s
��� M... tings '':e first and third Tuesday in each month. VI
brethren cordlallv Invited to Btten.l
Lodge room, \. O, U. W. hall, 0 M
fellows' block, clarkson street, c.
S, ,'... rig in. recorder; Louis Witt,
master workn an.
115. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Tied R ��� I>. ������:������������ rne< ts s .cond and
Fourth v in tl of each month,
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia St.. al
s 11. in., White Rose D,���-   Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time md place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., II   Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, 1.0.F.
���Meets the Fourih Friday in the
month at X o'clock, in the small
hall.   Oddfellows'    block.      Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to at-
tend.    .1.  B.  Hushton,  ('.  R.;   F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
Collections made at lowest rates.
promptly    IUr-,  Jpen    Saturday   nigrits   trom  ti  to 9
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
A. O. F,���The regular meetings of
this Lodge nre held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. in. it, the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are rordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.:
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at B o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited i��� attend. J. S. Bryson, S. C; J. McD.
Campbell, Sec.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month *n
K. of p. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hull, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarte.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, .May,
August and November, at 8 p. ii,.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White, Sec.
Railway Company
Wli.n travellli ,pular up-
���  .
aboul in connection      01
changing   car   during the night. We
ou over the cont nenl on through
���      :    and    magnificent
tourist   cars.   Tr tnsconlIn, ntal    11 ain
leaves dally a,  3: I" p. m.
For further particulars appl]   I
c. p, it. Agent,
New Westmln I 1
Assistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Eight Trains Every Day in tbe Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
the   north-Western,   ltd.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
ami LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity ami gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information   call  on  or   write
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
���S.S.PH ;   -
Leave Van, 1  ,-er 1 ��� n,
Leav,   Vic a
Leaves Victoria, 1
and  Fridays. an
It,     v...,   v.     ,
Wedle ...
Calling al  M
S.s. Joan l,
ce, , B
Baturday 8 a. rn. '-
Leaves    \   1
Baturdayai I
���   .,      .
WESTCOAS1    !��� iute,
S. S. Queen City.
Leave   VIctoi
nnd ;���      ���| ��
and ...    1 olnl .
Leave VI,
for Q���
for , ape S.   .
lng Qu *
LOW1 R 1   ���
Steamsr Tra,   |
Nut   A mint)*   to  rienur,
Neptune���I say, Boreas, If you keep
on blowing like that you'll get yourself
disliked. Boreas���Wbfct do I care! It
Isn't my business to furnish popular
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with lo years ex-1
perience.    Later was 7 years   manager
of the watch  repairing  department of
Savage,  Lyman   &   Co.,    Montreal   Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home-
H-nry I-rk s business manager part of gtead ReguIatjons
the time. , ,, ,,
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
(the  extent  of  one-quarter  section
Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery^ 160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
,  ...i.f.irlhit.
"Our clergyman preached a sermon
to widowers today."
"What wns his text?"
" 'Sorrow not as those that have no
hope!' "
"Perfect   Lemonade."
Terfect lemonade Is made ms follows:
For a quart lake Ilie juice of Ihree lemons, using the rind oh ��������.* qf Ihem,
Carefully peel the rind very thin, getting just the yellow outside, Cut thi!
Into pieces and put with the juice nnd
Nurseries, Greenhouses
and Seed Houses
Headquarters for PACIFIC Coasl.
GROWN Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds. Now crop now in slock ready
for distribution; ask your merchant
for them in Fealod packets. 1/ lie
does not handle them we will prepay
to your nearest, postoffice, fifty 5c
packets, our selection of good varieties, for $1.00 to introduce them.
Largo stock of HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now matured for the spring trade.
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform thc conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1)  At  least  six  months'  residence
Northern Pacific \
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
' Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rstes   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
j    430 Hastings St., Vancouver, LS. C.
Portland, Ore. A. G. P. A.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA,  via [Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Hi", Adams St., Chicago, III.
upon  and  cultivation  of the
!each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a f;,rni in thc vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the fa-
; ther or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in thc vicinity of his homestead, tbe requirements as to residence
No expense, loss or delay
gallon or Inspection.
Let me price your list before placing your order.     Greenhouse  Plants,
by  residence   upon
powdered   sugar,   of   which   \w   twe   Floral    Work,    Bee   Supplies,   Fruit
ounces to the quart In a jug or j;:   with   packages, Fertilizers, etc.    Catalogue
a cover. When Hie water Is ju<! at Ihc
boiling point pour It over the lemon
nnd sugnr. cover ut once ami let gel
cold.   Try this way once ami see if it
10   n,./   (li.U.'l.uia
3010 Westminster Road,
Vancouver,   B,  C
of fuml- ,rr|ay   be   satisfied
i the said land
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply Ior patent.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this  advertisement  will  not  be  paid
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points,
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
stage f'-iily for  Republic.
i     IiufTct   service   on   trains   between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November    10,
Leave Day Train
9-20 a.m Spokane
'2.25 p.m Rossland
940 a.m Nelson .
General Passenger Agent
���7-15 P.m.
.4.10 p.m.
6.45 p.m.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
No trains in tbe service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-'
waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alii their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable  elsewhere.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any olhcr line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
Connection   made   with   all   trans- f
continental lines in Union Depots.
If. S. ROW.F-. General Agent.'
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Go to Europe via
St. Lawrence
Seven  hundred miles  of  magnificent
river   trip,    Empress  of   Britain   sails
from Montreal for Liverpool May 19th.
For other dales ami rates apply to
0. V, K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Addltli ���
day,  v..
urday 1
. .'
Steamer Benvcr.
1.. ive  Ni w  v
Mondays,  Wedn,
Leave Chllllwack 7 a. in. 1
Thursdays  and   Satrda ���  ���
landing   between   .'....
and Chllllwaclc.
NORTHER\  li   C   R
S.  8.  Tees.
Leaves Vancouver al : p, m. Ial
and   I'.ih of each  m, 1 ,-
Skidegate on Brsl trip aud B
Is on second trip.
Times  on  arrivals ,   : ton
are approximate,
!���'"!'   Tickets,   1 : and _.
formation call nn or acl
J. W, TR01 !'.
General Buperlnti nd, nt, \.
E. .!. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pa  s    '.. ent, \
Gen. Agent, Freight I"   t.,
New We
Agent, New Westminster,
Trains & Steamers
Leav New Westminster 15.40 dally,
Arrive New Westminster 11.35 daily.
Lv. New West. . 8, '���������  si Seal
Lv. S lattle  10;  ar. New West. 18.W
Lv. New West. 10.35 and  17.35.
Ar .New West. 9.35 and 16.40.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m,
I.v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.: ar. Seattlek p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.SS p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 P-m.
Lv. Beattle 8.30 a.m.; ar, N. W. Z p.m.
Lv. Seal He 4.20 p.m.; ar. N.W. S-35
V., W. & Y.   VANCOUVER,
Lv. N. W. a p.m. and 0.36 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.,,,.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
I.v. Guichon 2.40 p.m.; ar. N. W.
9..1"i p.m.
Mondays onlv.
Lv. New Wesl. 5.50 a.m., 6.53, S
and hourly until 11 p.m., witb M*
hourly he, ween 12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to 11 p.m.
Sunday hourly 8 u.in. to 11 I'.m.;
with half-hourly bet, 1,00,1 and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same time throughout.
Fraser River and Gulf
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat,, 7 a.n.
From N. W. Tu��� Th., Sat. S a ra.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., i a.���'
From N. \\. Jnily, ex. Sun., 2.15 p.m.
From Ml. Lohn.  ',. 7 ', m.
DOWN  I.IVI.'lt.
From N. W. daily, ex. Sun., - P'"*
Add. trip, Monday, 6 a,m.     ,     .
From Sleveslon. 7 a.m. (F". 6 a.m.;
Add. trip Saturday, 6 p.m.
���CItv of Nanaimo���
it .,11 N, W. Sunday 7 a.m.
From Vieloria Sal urday 7 a.m.
Mail Service
6.45 P-m
6.45 p*
9.00 8*
Seattle, via Sumas 10.00p.m
Sap'n & Mlllslde...l0.00 p.m
Vancouver 10.00 p.m
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.46a.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.80a.m.  ��� .
Mast Burnaby.,
Steveston, etc..
Bast, via C.P.R.
Sup., Mill, Coq'm
Van. & Burnaby
3.30 p-m.
i"     i.ti^lf'0?"'���'
1.15 l'-m-
1.16 p.m.
1.30 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
8.30 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
12.00 to
12.00 ��
(j. no p.m.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
WHITE   HORSE,   "AUy Lcept
FAIRBANKS.    Daily W**/��*
Sunday)   carrying   PaMeng"J   ��ith
express    and    freight    eOO"�� mst,
stages at Carcross and WW" ^lCt.
maintaining a through Wimwi
For information apply .'" ,rinagef,
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic \m
Mackinnon BWsa   c
Vancouver, 0.    ��� T -    '���      '
promptly  as
in ,;. ii lets where the existence of
glanders li suspected und especially
in neighborhoods   where actual   out-
ered and   leall   with
i .
Veterinary Director G, in ral.
D, partment of Agriculture,
Ottawa,   March,  1906.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon Ofl        Gsz, tte.
Petroleum   All  unappropiated  Do-1
minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories ami within the Yukon
We, the undersign ��� clo ie
our stores from 2 to 7   i. m. everj Sal
Territory, arc open to prospecting tor  ui ti ernoon dm in l,s of
leum, and the minister may  re
serve   for  an   individual   or company
having machinery on  the  land  to be
have occurred  the a,,,,,   nn ,.    Svnonsic of   l>,,,,,i|.,<;   -���  f���-  n:    -    i ,    , ' ��� t
���synopsis oi  regulations tor Disposal   prospected, an area oi   to_0 acres for
of  Minerals on Dominion Lands in such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories length of which shall not exceed three
arid the Yukon Territory. times the breadth.     Should the pros-
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    pur- pector  discover  oil  in   paying  quan-
chased  at $io per acre  for soft coal titles, and satisfactorily establish such
and   ?_>o   for   anthracite.      Not   more discovery, an  area  not  exceeding 640
than 320 acre- can be acquired by one acres, including the  oil well, will  be
individual  or   company.      Royalty   at sold to the prospector at the rate of
the following precautions by owners
0t horses nnd others Interested will
do much to prevent the Bpread of the
disease and the establishment of fresh
centres of infection.
1.   Horses or mules having a nasal
discharge   or other Buplcious   symp
loins should not be admitted to livery the, rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 $1 an acre, and the remainder of the
or teed  Btables or  yards,  blacksmithi P��tmds shall bc collected on the gross  tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,,
shops,    church or school    sheds, railway   slock   yards,   private   stables  orj
other  places   where  they   are  likely
.  ,���!,,��� Into direct   or  Indirect    contact
wilh animals of tin   equine species,    j
8,    All     stables,    yards,     or   sleds
ii ...i for the accommodation of horses
,; mules should be regularly and fre-
May, June, July and
Ing  Maj   12.  l:	
T. J. TRAPP &CO  LTD Per (i. II.
Per ,1.  A.  Cunningham,  Mgr.
Free Pasture.
If Cans . 1 her p
boasl   d      . he  bread ba
of the world she mu
not discourage the construction ...
... 1 I-; regardless of con ,1 .
ol subsidy.    Ii matters noi  �� h, I
road run.-, north and ���'��'h 1
wes,  so long as ii runs.    And li .'.-��� > . -
ters less  whether  Its ly c,
trom the States or England so lom
try i"
.....     i.l wa
\. . , Vancou
1 an
panics holding free miner.-.' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A frce miner's certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, up.mi payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
1 $50 to $100 per annum for a company,
: ding  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
. team, or boiling water, adding to |ocatj0- notices, one at each end of
the latter al least one quart of crude ,],,. |jne 0f the bide, or vein.
carbolic ncld to each Ave gallons alter The claim shall be recorded within
which the en,ire surface should be fifteen days if oca ted within ten miles
thickly coated with a hoi Bolutlon of "f a mining recorder's office, one ad-
tresh lime wash, to which crude car- ditional day allowed fcr every ad-
la,lie acid has heen added In Ibe above ditional  ten  miles  or  fraction.     The
iec for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
the  claim  each  year  or  paid  to the
output. will he sold at the rate of $3 an acre,'
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen  subject to royalty at such rate as may
years and over and joint stock com-  be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the In- j
Dept. Interior.
Free pasture for l"" head of cattle
and 50 horses.
Plenty of grass and water and well
f need.
Apply S. Ii. BUCHANAN, City.
Gives Advic and Information to Members of the Cheam Debating
X    '
.,,...,   mate
:��� comes.    Tl,.-railroad maj make.it t,        ip the expansioi I  in- ,.,,   ji   _   ^
Mends  for  its  promoters, hul  it  will nda, now Bets up the bugal  10 th        ���   |,,
nave  to  spread  the empire over the p ,ad Is   designed      1 cl  orlglnall,
wilderness nr die.   The Hudson's Bay Cnnadian industry Into  American chan-  tion   a
Company opened the greal North,, ��� I nels and pul the carrying trade under
and then  lent  Its Btrongly organized American control,   The true Canadian
power to retarding the Northwest de- patriot Is a believer In Canada's self
velopmenl after the   pn,blinders   had reliance and do optimist can be  uml
i lazed the trail.   Likewise the Can;,- ed by such superficial logic.   Seventj
dim, Pacific Railway laid a thread of yeai   ago the main commercial artei
uuiuage waa in force   f i,-.,i ].,��,* ..
,t .,,..  ,',,i...i  ^,.,.,...���  ,...���  <��� ,,  v,.���. .... ' " "���"' 'sws ex-
'���*""' fault ot the peopl,   | 1
Wed   count���
parallel thread.    In 1.SN1 it secur-  littl,   town of Chicago I l Itself I ..
; h,   i loi ilnlon Oovernmen
W. Mun-
I ntrod iced
of civlllza-
man's rights were malnta     I
II of hi- arm. Might
| were now g ... ned
the   laws."   He then
;"":'''   "";1" '��em.   l��� ,, democratic
 go the main commercial arterj __����    "*  '        ' '""''"  "'"," '
Industry across the continent and then of the  Dnited  States  ran from  New j.,,.(| ,. ,,
vlgorouslj opposed the development of York ,,, St. Louis.   The then obscure
,���>��� parallel thread,   in 1881 li secur- littl,  town of Chicago linked Itsell to \���
;,��;,,���-���   the
by  the
wa ��� right,
Bp, nsil.I,.
5t.  I.oui
will ol
e tently cleansed   and disinfected
: ,,��� in.oilier  prescribed  below.
.:. After cleansing the premises
thoroughly, and burning all debris, the
Interior shouhl be well gone over with
Rennie's Seeds
at Half Price and Less
ed fr.,,,, u near-sighted parliament al ���'    ....ms .nn, puumi me irauw uuru, uh. ;
Ottawa an agreement by which no rail- war,     Winnipeg has no,  lost gr.und the
mad should be   con Lructed   between : ...  the Northern Pacific linked li to theli   ....
the main line ..f the C, P. it., and lat- the twin cities in Minn, sota.   On the -,, ,i,
ihe  power  ;.. selecl
public man
10(1   a        :
D   :,    wel
em i.rough, Vancouver   into   contact  will nave anj embarrassing   competl- fault
with Seattle and Tacoma,   Hot words tion   with   cities   ol    the   Northern Uon ,   0n8lb'���yej
nd rl,.,  followed these invasions, bul   s' ' '  ���     tl is virtually essential,   bow-   pe0]
imde ne   in spite of this the Northern contrary it has developed much fa ter
Pacfllc crossed the   International   line than    either   of    those   enterprising
nnd laid its mils into the capital of towns, elthei  R,   Ins or Calgary,   nor
Mnn,lohn.   Likewise the Qreal North- anj city thai might ris,  muth of them,
remenib, r   when they
mentioned proportion,
Outbuildings, fences and lying posts
villi    which    infected    animals   have mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
en in .on,net should also, when pos-!?50o has been expended or paid, the
sible, be thoroughly treated in a slml- locator   may,  upon   having  a  survey
jar manner I made and upon complying with other
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
All ordinary    harness    and    BtableS Ji.oo an acre.
utensils,  which  have been  In contact'     Permission may be granted by the
with infected animals or Infected pre-  Minister   of  the   interior   to   locate
Ise . should be thoroughly soaked in^'3'"11' containing iron and mic*, also]
Imt  solution of crude carbolic acid  <'"I'I"'r' '" ,hc Vukon Territory, ol an '
���     I Btrength of one part lo twenty.    area not ex��C(lill�� 160 acres.
'   Materials  which might    be Injured
:., the above treatment such as valu-
barness,  robes,    cushions,    etc.,
h  have  been  In contact with in-
The   patent  for  a   mining  location
shall   provide   for  the   payment  of  a i
Royalty of 2</2 per cent, of the sales!
of  the  products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
hou].I be placed in an air the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
tight room nnd fumigated with For- Territory: Placer mining claims gen-
maldehyde after which they .should he erally are loo feet square, entry fee
thoroughly cleaned. *'��� renewable yearly.    On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
4.    In Stables where outbreaks have
occurred or where diseased   animals
have, Inadv, rtently or otherwise, been
sl bled, even  temporarily, the floans-
and  disinfection  should  be espe-
dly thorough and In such cases It ls
ifesl to remove and burn feed boxes
snd  mangers  when    of wood:    Iron
. an  be  rendered  harmless by
bar or bench, the former being ioo
feet long and extending between high
| and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base ot the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may bc obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yu-
them  through  flre or by lm- kon Terrjtory-A frce miner may oh-
:    them   tor  som-  time  In  boil-  tain on\y two |ease3 of five miles each
Ing   wa:.,-.   All   lit ler   from   suspected   for   n   tcrm   of  twenty  years,  renew-
In. nl.!  be burned or careful-j able in the discretion of the Minister
i.  fenced until used. j of thc  Interior.
-.   Farmers   and   others     should,     The lessee's right is confined to the
���,   ���  ,.���,.   ... 1,        ,   ,,,.       submerged beds  or bars of  the river
wbenever   possible,   avoid     admitting ,   , , , ,     u
_, , , , below any low water mark, and sub-
strange horses or mules to the pr.m- fii_ firs( and $I0 per mi|e for each
' "s  "r' "''   by  lhelr  own  animals subsequent  year.     Royalty  same   as
especially of the same species. It Is a'placer mining.
-:""1 plan to reserve nn isolated Placer mining in the Yukon Ter-
bulldlng for outside horses or mules, ritory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
bul where this is Impossible they may claims shall nm exceed 250 feet in
lm accommodated in cow stables, cat-i length, measured on the base line or
tie nol being subject to glanders Infection. Such horses and mules should
be watered from special palls, which,
together with all other stable utensils
used on or ahout them, should be
' "��� fully cleansed and disinfected be-
I "'���' being used for other animals.
Stalls occupied by strange horses or
mules should be well cleansed and
dUlnfected and, If at all possible, left.
unoccupied  for some time.
0. Where new norses or mules are
purchased In or from districts where
glanders exists, they should, unless
I ear. fully tested with Malleln prior to
purchase, be stabled apart and closely
watched for some lime before being
brought In contact with other animals
the equine species.
"���   Ii  must be borne in mind that
general   direction   of   the    creek     or
gnlch^fhe width  being from  iooo to'
2000 Tect.      All   other   placer   claims
shall be .'50 feet square.
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
iiiile^ of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The   discoverer  of  a  new  mine  is
entitled   to   a   claim   of   iooo   feet   in
length,  aand  if the  party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
] put on  which  no royalty    shall    bc
i charged  the  rest of the party ordin-
! ary claims only.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half   per cent, on the
While nasal discharge, or ulceration,1 value of the gold shipped from the
enlarged glands, tho presence of farcy ject to the rights of all persons who
buds, unaccountable swelling of the have, or who may receive entries for
nd general unihrlfliness often bar d'K8in8a or bcncl1 claims- ex,ceP<
characterize  cases  of  glanders,    the ��"   <he   Saskatchewan   River,   where
I exists  In  manv  animals with-  ",e   'Msee  c���  ! ^ to  '''^"jf'r
I,,,.,    ,      ., mark on each alternative leasehold.
I     '        ""' ,:,:;" Mn8, any external,    The  |egsee sha|,  have a dredge in
testations   whatever,     the   only operation within one season from the
"is of detection in such cases be-1 date of the lease for each five miles
t"  Mullein   test,  and   that   these but  where a  person  or company has
ccult or latent cases are In   some re- obtained  more   than   one  lease  one
���T"      1 ii..  moat     dangerous    because dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
[msuspected.     Our  experience    shows  lion tllcri;'''f il sufficient.     Rental, $10
Pat II Is possible for animals of this I
iss to convey infection    to others
Puthoul  themselves developing acute
r": ms. it is therefore plain that
W* al caution sin,ell be exercised In
>������ purchase ,,r bundling of strange
's or mules especially in those
'" tr'cts where the disease has
'"'"i"" established.
: per annum for    each    mile    of river
i leased.     Royalty at  the rate of two
and  a  half per cent, collected on the
output  after  it  exceeds  $10,000.
Dredging in tbe Yukon Territory-
Six leases of live miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below    low    water    mark, that botin-
Five-cen, Packages of ���_y of the
following Seeds tor   2</zc
Asparagus, large   white,   ounce
20c, for 10c
Beans, Hush, yellow pod, green
nod or Lima, lh :j.jc for...18c
Beets, curly round or long, blood
ounce L'lie, for   10c
Cul,huge first early, second early
or main crop, ounce 30c, for 15c
Cauliflower,    standard,    ounca
91.50, for  75c
parrots, large white, for stock,
Vt lb. 25c, for  15c
Cehry,  early    fall    or    winter,
ounce GOc, for   30c
Citron, preserving,   ounce    20c,
for   100
Corn, table, extra early, medium
early or late, lb. :!.".c, for.. 18c
Corn, for popping, lh. line, fori5c
Cress (Peppergrass), ounce 20c,
for    10c
Cucumber,   pickling   or slicing.
ounce 25c, for   15c
Kale, curled, ounce 23c, for. .15c
Lettuce,  Butterhead,  crisphead,
cos    I upright,,      ounce    25c
for    15c
Leek, largest, ounce 25c, for 15c
Mangel, large red or yellow. II,.
35c  for , 20c
Musk  Mellon, green or salmon
flesh, ounce 30c, for 15c
Onions, early red, large yellow
or while, or pickling, ounce
30c, for  15c
Onion Sets, quart 115c, for...25c
Parsley, curled, ounce 20c,
for    10c
Parsnips, table, ounce 15c for
Pepper, scarlet, U ounce 25c
for   15c
Peas, early dwarf, second early
or late marrowfat, lb 35c,
for   18c
Pumpkin, pie, ounce 20c, for 10c
Radish, early round, long or
winter, ounce 20c, for  10c
Rhubarb, pie, ounce 35c, for 20c
Salsify, oyster plant, ounce 25c.
for    15c
Squash, early marrow or winter,
ounce 20c, for 10c
Spinach, for greens, ounce 15c,
for    10o
Sugar Beet, large rose, for cattle, lb. 35c, for   20c
Tobacco, large leaf, ounce 50c,
for   30c
Tom.1,0, extra early, large medium ear'y, or small preserving,
ounce :,5c, for    20c
Turnips, while table, yellow or
table swede, ounce 15c for 10c
Turnip, large field Swede or
early feeding, lb 35c, for ,25c
Watermelon, early large, ounce
20e,  for    .-..-10c
Sago, broad leaf, ounce 25c, for
 -. 15c
Summer Savory, ounce 25c,
for    15c
For   LaWDI,    with   or   without
Dutch Clover, Ib. 35c, for. .25c
Tall Climbing, or Dwarf, ounce
20c,  for    10c
Five-Cent   Packages   of any  of
tbe following varieties for 2i/_c
Alyssum, Sweet Larkspur
Antirrhinum (Snapdragon)
Asters, mixed Lobelia, trailing
Asters, crimson    Marigold
Asters, white      Pansy
Salsam Petunia
Balloon   Vine   (Cardiospermum)
Bachelor's Button  (Centurea)
Calliposis     Poppy
California Poppy (Eschscholzia)
Canterbury Bells  (Campanula,
Candytuft      Portulaca
Castor Oil  Bean  (Ricinus)
Canary Creeper Stocks, ten
Carnation     Sweet 'William
Coxcomb  (Celosia)
Climbers, mixed  Salvia
Chryanlhemum   Scarlet  Runner
Cypress Vine (Ipomoea)
Dianthus Pinks (Singlel
Dlanthus Pinks  (double)
Evening  Primrose   (Oenothera)
Everlastings Verbena
Four o'clock (Marvel of Peru)
Forget-Me-Not   (Myosotis)
Gaillardia Zinnia
Godetia Wild Garden
Gourds Heliotrope
Hellanthus (Sunflower)
Ice Plant
Musk Plant (Mimulus)
Morning Glory  (Convolvulus)
Phlox, Driinimondl
Sensitive Plant (Mimosa)
Scabiosa  (Mourning Bride)
Tassel  Flower   (Cacalla)
Over 100 sorts mixed, ounce 15c
for   10c
Btrongly entrenched, undertakes to
flghl an Inevitable continental growth
and the imperative needs of six millions of people, It finds itself committed to a cause that was lost even before
the fighi begun.    It ts a fool's task to
SO   lining.
I     "Young man, d .
nol casi your balloi according   .. th i
advh ���     ot sn     wai,l heeler.    Hav
your own views,   Do nol be another
have an Individuality of
you are re-
Want'-���,.'""i ""VMS h oy. Apply
ser River Lumber Co.
w_SU ft Single   f.i   '������;,, I,m,   however r, that the farmei        nd    ranchers i were ca
' ������ I ready to cultivate and lm   ��, . ,   [awa |n
... the vas> Btretcb ot fertllei xh
I ,r.ds In southern Saskatchewan and
A1' .ia I;,.v.. something less than a
hun red-mile haul to markel rails, ir
he Dominion Parliament f, ela dlvld-
.,,1 about encouraging the Invasion of your ,,�������� Rememb,
American capital in lhe Province.-, lei      ..,;. ;,,, (ha laws,
the Ottawa Government Itself   pul    ;���
I railroad" across ihe c6ntlne.nl and g'5
Into the nation-building business. Ii
has for many years operal ,d a railroad
In Provinces where railroad capital
would nol Invest, and il hns sto-coss-
fully developed these provinces, A
most commendable business for the
Governmenl to be iti', :"ail>V)iy rldloule
-2000 Cords ot Hemlock Barl_|"��tWit*St(andlng'    Now '"' "'e Domln-
'"��� -'" Into the railway business where
It  will  pay and  pay  big and  whe,,. |l
"'ill do Oahad 1 a whole wide world of
j.   ,,   .... iv .""'"1.   The growth of the Domini,,,, de
pends entirely upon tbe laying of rails.
      lJjCt Ottawa thus put the boasted pat-
For Sale���Modern  T-ioonied house' ou  ri"'ism of the C. P. R��� to the test or
; lei  the Great    Northern
For Sale���40 acres, 15 acres cleared
Good building. Apply Donald Mc-
Clure, Port Kells.
at the Fraser River Tauuery, Ltd..
takt.n in lols from 25 cords up. For,
partlem^rs apply to the manager at;
Tannery or P- O. box 187, New J
fine corner in West End; two lots
stable and fruit trees. Cheap. Appl.
X, this office.
For Sale���Half interest in a livery business near Seattle, Washington.
Chance of a life time. Apply Advertising Manager, Dai.'y News.
Eggs   for
J1.00 pe
��� setting
.;. \V
. Austin
For Sale���Young Ayrshire Bulls pure
bred, ready for service, W. R. Aus
tin,   Sapperton.
MARK SORTS WANTED, cut out this advertisement, send cash
with order, and you will receive the Seeds promptly free by Parcel
Name          Amount   	
P. 0.
Wm. Rennie Co.
66 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C.
Wanted���Smart boys to sell the Daily
News. Good pay guaranteed. Apply
Business office Daily News.
Wanted���Smart boy 15 or 16 for office���Apply Daily News business office.
For Sale���Chester White, pure bred,
Hogs. Breeding stock for sale at reasonable prices. W. R. Austin, Sapperton.
Found���Ladles'  Fur  Boa  at Leopold.
Apply 504 Columbia street.
Wanted���Dining room girl. Good wages
paid. Cosmopolitan hotel.
Wanted���Ladies or gentlemen to act
as agent for high class publishing
house. Apply John Hutchinson, general agent. Colonial Hotel, city.
Against Mr. Maclean.
Ottawa, May 2.���Mr. Maclean today
moved the second reading of his bill
to abolish the pensions granted to retiring ministers of the crown, and to
restore the Indemnity of members of
parllamenl and senators to whal II
was prior Io the last session. He said
ihai the legislation was unpopular In
the country, and the press of the Dominion was against it. His principal
objection was that the members could
not vote for a measure in which they
were  interested.
Two   or three members   supported
Mr.   Maclean  but the great  majority
1 of both sides of the house was against
The debate was adjourn...;.
U. S. Finances.
Washington, May 2.���The monthly
comparative statement of the government receipts and expenditures shows
that for April, 1111)0, the total receipts
were $46,098,867 and the expenditures
$47,025,100, leaving a deficit for the
month of nearly $2,000,000. The deficit for the month of April last year
was over $9,000,000. For the ten
months of Ihe present fiscal year the
receipts excedeed the expenditures by
$4,020,566 as againsl a deficit on May
1. 1905, of $33,689,557.
Shingle and Saw Mill
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
C rpi I  ucitiw        mtv it,,,'   1 iiiiiii\t    iii.i,     uwuii-
���    'He  carcases  of  animals   dying, dary t0 be fixed by its position on the
����� onslaughtered as being nxectcd, 1st day of August in the year of the|
' '1  glanders  should,  when  possible,! date of the lease.
0 burned or,  falling this, burled at     The  lessee  shall  have  one  dredge
;l       Bil feet beneath the surface. 'n  operation  within two years  from
9.   i,.������.     , , .   the date of the lease, and one dredge'
Owners of premises where oul-|for Mch  five ������,��� witIli|1 six years
;;   have   been   dealt  with   Should from 8Uch date,     Rental $100 per mile
'P mind  that  Inspectors cannot, Yukon  Territory   to  bc  paid  to  the
"",l'ii"nd  release    from  quarantine, comptroller.
s disinfection has been carried: No free miner shall receive a grant
'" "�� a satisfactory manner and that, of more than one mining claim on
[""l>onsiitlon  for animals slaughtered  c:u'1'   separate   river,  creek  or   gulch,
tanot i,e paid unU, n certificate   of!bllt thc sam! ,miner mav ',oM anv
'fusing nnd    fll,kf^i������    1,-. >,������-' number  of claims  by  purchase,  and
free  miners  may   work  their  claims
in   partnership   by   filing  notice   and
j paying  fee  of $2.     A   claim   may  be
Horse  owners  should have no! abandoned  and  another obtained  on
!suiilion in reporting to this Depart-! the   same   creek,   gulch   or  river,   by
m or to Its inspectors the existence! giving notice and paying a fee.
g and disinfection has been
'0,'"ived by the Minister of Agriculture.
actual or
suspected cases of gland-
Work must bc done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
,,l:   '""1 ''  ' ; :l nl,t" not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned,  anad  open  to  occupation j
and entry by a free miner. 1
The disease  has  heen  spreading
iMdly nf Int.
JP ��* public inlerest that every fresh
r   re of Infection should be dlscov-
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepersj
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
Great Northern Railway
"Th. Comfortable Way" Rout, of th. Famous Oriental Limited
jFor detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Before placing your orders for NEW
STEAM PLANT, write for quotations.
We have the LARGEST and BEST equipped
BOILER PLANT in Canada      :       :       :
"Canada" Heaters and Separators
Cochrane   Patents.
"Canada" Return Tubular Boilers
Hanam Patent
"Canada" Water Tube Boilers
"Canada" Steam Pumps
Full Stock of Pumps carried at
Vancouver and Rossland   :   :
He then waul on to traoe the pro-
\, en; ,��, '" '''ace tlw process through
whir!, a bill musi .mn before
ii became law. The speaker of th*
house was the umpire. To his right
were usuallj the governmenl supporters, to the led the opposition.
This was tor convenience only. Every
member found on his desk in the
���""���.rnlt:_ .w, papers, votes and pro-
' "m nrpvliia., day, and or-
'"'"'""^ "!  " ' /w��fe I" ""
qers of the day showing -, .r:'
taken up :',:��� the day. ""  '
After describing minutely the various notices, committees, etc., for the
three successive readings of a bill,
the speaker save some sensible advice to his listeners. He told uf a
father who hud strong opinions, and
his son, who from continually only
re; ding whal was favorable ,,, (hose
opinions, held the same views as his
father. But one day, the son got
another paper which contained arguments showing that his previous opinions wen- erroneous, This was a
revelation to him as he had hlthert i
only been conversant with one side of
the question. Hence it was necessary
to read beta Bides of a question and
ai the same time to avoid being like
the chameleon which took Its color
from the nearest object. As to man's
religion, he should avoid bigotry. He
should cultivate large broad sympathies and not allow himself to do
small things.
Mr. Munro'a address was listened to
villi close intention hy a very appreciative audience.
rial- Coa-itlo-i.
The walking craze gave a man ip
Liverpool (fa idea that there was money
in It
He kept a small refreshment establishment, and the neighborhood was
greatly startled one morning by ths
appearance of a bill outside the shop
which read:
"J. Wllklns will present ��20 to ths
man, woman or child who arrives first
at this shop after walking" from Crosby,
| a distance of sli miles.   Upon arrival
, here competitors must drink a bottle
! of my famous ginger beer, buy a meat
I pie  and walk round the Wellington
monument and eat it.   First arriving
j back here to get the prize."
The excitement was tremendous. A
great cheer arose when a well known
local character, meat pie ln hand, was
seen to be leading hy fifty yards as the
munching walkers trudged round ths
monument, nis pie was eoon demolished, and, flushed and triumphant, he
claimed the ��20.
"I've won," lie panted. "Hand oop
V twenty."
"Well, I'm surprised!" cried Wllklns,
"I didn't think any man could have
done It. The monument ls io precious
."What's that got lo do with It?"
'Plenty to do with lt. Haven't y��
ate lt?"
"Ate f monument? Are ye daft,
man?   O' coorse not!"
"Well, ye don't have my twenty till
ye do. Why, I put it as plain as plain
ln the eondltlons.'-l.oudon Mall.
Doctora Mint   Know Taatea.
"Do doctors know how their own
medicine tastes';'' was a question put
to a group of physicians.
"To be Bure," said one, "but we have
hard work to couvlnce our patients
that we do. 'If you only knew hew
this beastly stuff tastes, doctor, you
wouldn't ask me to take It,' Is the
complaint they make when dosed with
an especially disagreeable concoction.
And they are hard beaded people, too,
who say that, people who are By no
means raving ln delirium. No mattes
how sincerely I may protest It Is hart
to persuade them that I do knew IJow
the stuff tastes just as well ��� Wj
'How did you find eat shout ttjJJ
Address: 527 and 529 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
one ot their trump ����������"__* ���,,
2sve never been laid up wl* ����� *���
dlacaiea In ths dictionary. How ��W
��.f 1-rn whst th. dlffsrsnt remedies
test* likef
"It never occurs to the average patient that tasting drugs Is a part of s
medical student's education, and thai
no man is qualified to practice until h��
bas learned the flavor of the medicines
he prescribes."
���������'.   ��� *
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Ill "8,
MAY 3,
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������HiH
W       A
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.
I Fire Insurance. Life Insurance. |i
Ducks    Under    Water    a:
Pulls Into C. P.  R
Otter   R. W. Grier of Whonnock Distinguished Himself With Canoe Pad
die and Rifle.
Slight   Damage   Is   Done   to  the   Wall
Paper Stock  In   Hudson's
Ladies' Lustre Shirt Waist Suits
ess of it. \v. Grier, better
We have been appointed agents for the
:1. wnich has been carrying on lire
I'nion Assurance Society |��J
S of London. England, which has been carrying on fire insurance business ,J<
>5 since 1714 A. D., and which has a capital and accumulated funds of y<
| t_0;000,000. |
The National Life Assurance Co, of Canada, assurance record: 8
Doc. 31st, 1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954.60 ,���;
HKiu Assurance in force  $1,792,500. Premiunui $ 62,605.96  ij
1901 " " 2,554,904. " 92,029.30 >�����
1902 " " 3 425,897. "        126,695.21  ;���,
1908          ������          "            i 086,112. "        150,644.68 >J
166,384.20 "5
Frank Trapp's nameless steam
launch s,,���u again this morning near
ih,. Columbia cold Btorage building.
The Otter pulled in to the C.  P. N.
coal i.unk.u's to discharge its treighl  his companions us "Pins
an! the nameless one, as soon us the
waters became troubled   Immediately
converted Itself Into a submarine.
The rope which held the boul tO
ih. pier held fasl and buoyed up the
how of the boal and prevented ii trom
disappearing entirely fro,,, view.
li has been suggested that it might shoulders which took
be a wis., precaution to ti   ll securely  off.
at boih .nils to prevent  any  turher     The second  bird waa
disappearances,   This is tbe fourih or the wing and landed in ih
ilfih time the launch has gone to the distance    from  th,   Bhon
a small Bre broke out this morning
occupied  by  I.  Hudson,
Two   large eagles, one   measuring
5 feei  1��� inches an,I the other 5 feet   i.i  the  store
6 inches been,,,., victims of the prow- a paper banger and decorator, on Sixth
known  bj   31 eet,   bul   was  discoverd   before tin
Rames had made much b, adway.
lonnoek, and be     Mr.  Hudson  iei,   the  store shortlj
search   ol  aftei   1   o'clock   tor   the   purpose   ol
to  presenl   Inspecting   Bome   work   thai   his  men
ver.' doing on  Royal avenue, and it
was during his absence Unn  the Bre
See the values We are offering in these populi     i
The low pries place them easily within the reach of all,
Extra values for this week's showing at
\$6, $6.75, $7.50, $8,75 and $9\
Heal   Estate   Brokers
and Contractors
186  Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Enters   Penitentiary.
��� young man who recently
Editor N', ws:
Sir- Wiih all due deference to the
: of "Fori.-lour i'eai - of Church
Work' I would like to point oul Unn
In   January    of   1903   the    following
organizations were In ac Ive operation
In     connection     with   St.     Andrew's
i lunch:
Session, Capt.  M. .1. Knight, clerk.
Board  of  Managers,  Mr.  A.  Munn,
Sundaj  school, Mr. W.  E. McLeod,
Bup, rintendent.
Woman's    Association,  -Mrs.    Tail.
w. F   M. S., Mrs, V, rt,  president.
Mission    Band,    Miss    Henderson,
Choir, Mr. Edgecombe, leader.
Sometime after the above mentioned
date, Capt, M. .1. Knight lefl  the ses
si,.,,, which thus became disorganized.
Wiih    ihis   exception,   1   am    not
Fisher, ih
stabbed Conductor Millar ot the B. C
E  if. companj and who was sentenced
to  ihr.e    years  Imprisonment,    was
today and  ils ,;l1",1s looked to Ping to be aboul
recently   sallied   forth   In
mime.    The    Brsl  things
themselves as  marks for  his  trutsy
weapon  were  the eagles In  question.
The  lirst  bird  died  immediately   ns  a   .i.'ii.'.'l.
result  of a slight  wound above  the     The neighbors were alarmed bj see
ns  bead   clean   ll g  smoke escaping  rrom  the  rear ol
iiu- building and sen, In a call to the
woumle.i  in brigade,   The Barnes were quickly ex-
river some tl, qulshed  b)   the  Bre  BghterB.
where II      The origin of the Bre is a mystery,
Happed helplessly.    Ping was  bound ..- no Bra had  been  kindled  In  the
to  have   that   bird  and  wiih   daring Btor,   Blnce  yesterday   mornlni      A.1
wi rthy of a judge al ., baby show, be though  the
deliberately swiped b canoe which was BUiance, th,
moored  to the bun,, and struck  out  li  Is nol  likely thai  a claim wlll
for the stranded monarch of the air. presented.
wounded bird showed flghl and ��� o���
large show window for a few of last ��i ���
stock  is covered   ,}   in
,1am.me Is so slight  thai
Snaps In
85 acres of good
Delta land, 20 acres in
crop, 20 in pasture.
Good house and outbuildings. Fine water.
Half mile from railroad, school, church.
postoffice   and   store.
Price Only $3,000
The best of terms.
This is a No. 1 buy,
and will only be on the
market for a short
lr, ughi   over   to   lhis   ciiy
hui.iletl over to Chief Constable Spain.
Th    chief ibis afternon  took  Fisher
and Al, I  wl,,, for Bodomy was yes-
i. rday sentenced h, re for four years'
Imprisonment, up to their new quarters in ih" penitentiary,
six inches long as ii made for the
canoe as ihough 11 would swallow
both canoe and boy. Aa the bird ap
pro;,,'bed, I Mnn struck al ii with the
paddle and almosl upsel the boa'. He
succeeded In driving lhe bird off and
ren,'bed tor his gun, with whieh he
blew iis bend off. After lhal Ping
states thai the bird stopped Bghtlng,
The iwo trophies were taken home
and are to be mounted for , -hlbitlon
Gun Club Scores.
Al the shoot of the New Westmlnstei gun club held lasi evening at
Moody Square . Georgi Cunningham
was the wlnn. r of the silver spoon
off, red for the besl per centage made
������   the meet.    Following  Is the list  of' Prospectors   Leave.
Individual per centages made:   George     J.  St  George and  his  partner  left
Cunningham, 73.3; 11. Vidal, 70; Bert 'tis    morning  tor the    Simllkameen
Galbraith,   70;   John   Reld,  68;   .lohn  country,   wh   the.t   Intend
Eagles, 6S;  Guy Johnston, 'in;  Frank  pect   for    various    metals.
President Roosevelt Directs That Mil,
tary  Escort Shall  Not Accompany   Him.
ed io the Presbyterian church last Sun
day    for   anniversary    services    wh. re
they listened to an able discourse   by
Brother Rev. Mr, Melvtn.
Molested   By  Mexicans.
Galveston, May 2.   The gulf fishery
md,,,,,ii,.,.. Fortune and   Uoha arrived
In porl y, Bterdaj  and the captains ���f
both ,, isels reporti d   thai    ihey h
been  boarded  while twenl ���   ml
of s \i. di an gunboal
wh,, demanded to see their pap, rs ami
log. Both captains claim ihey had nol
i,een ne..,"i than twenty miles to Mes
Thej w, re warned bj th, Mexi
can officials lo ke, p awaj  from their
eons,.   ���
Washington, May 2,   in r, Bpon
a dispatch sent to him by the war de
ll nl   regarding  the  reporl  thai  a
Printers   Oppose  Change.
Vieioria.      Maj      2.    Tyi o rraphl, ,;
Union, So, 221,  i
unanimous!)  r, solv, i to   .��� on r,
aa oppos, .1  to the  Lor ' i   Daj   Ob
military escorl    bad    been    furnished   ���"""''
bill ami th, ' I   change
L.   A.   Lewis,
63.3;   Dr.   Hacking,  50;
4.".;  .Mec Turnbull, -:-.
C. P. R. New Time Table.
new >'.  P.  H. time table will go
into effect on Sunday,
will,   the
80 acres, 10 acres
under first class cultivation, balance easily
cleared. Good stream
of water. Six roomed
house, fine stable,
chicken houses and
Price $1,800
Easy Terms.
May 6
aware of any  other  changes  having the new schedule, the flrsl  passenger
taken   place  in   the  interval   between train   will   leave  the  station   here   al
January and September of 1903, and 7;25    a.   ,���.,  und    conned
consequently  cannot understand why Seatle  and  eastern
the statemenl Is made that in Septem- will  leave at   9:35
b, r.  1903, '
ll   seems
of the  late tl.'ii
a march to the s.-a over the rouU Q' a.
to  pros- Sherman  took during  the Civil  War,
Mr-  St. the war departmenl  :...-: nlghl
Geo    ���    hails  from  Hope, a    famous  ..(.(1 ,h,   following telegram trom Brig,
mining town of the good old days and (;,.n   Duvall, commanding tb,   Depart
i-' taking wiih him a full sized  pros- ,,���,,,,  ,,f the Gulf al  Atlanta;
pector's outfit  consisting of live pack     "Replying  to your telegram of 'bis
horses and the usual Mima's tools and  ,),,.,, regarding detachmenl of Twelfth
Under s"i'i'lk's' Cavalry acompanled    by    Rev. Father
 o  gherman fro,,, Chattanooga to Atlanta,
New Policeman. two officers with elghl enlisted, men
Irom �� Sunday  n s  Mon lay
!'. Sherman, tor mornlni pa
Screen Doors
Screen Windows
This  is th to have
your doors and  vintl
tected froi   Hi,
is complete and .
\i a in.e'.ing of the police con,,,,is- were authorized   by    the   deparl nl
���rain.-.    Another sicnera yesterday afternoon  Dan  Mc- commander to go over the line of op
in. n, connect  Klnnon  was    unanlmouslj   chosen to eratlons of Gen. Sherman's army ln Its
there was no organization with ihe train from the east for Van- succeed    Policeman Maxwell    ,.,, the movement to Atlanta and to ...
,-i uver.    The   Imperial    limited    will  local force.   Maxwell retires on Satur- con for Father Slier,,,;,,,, a b if the
to me thai  the Brsl  duly  leave al 5:20 p. in., and another train  fay. having handed In his resignation late  Gen.   Sherman,
for Sweets
Ice'Cream and G.  B.   Chocolates
a Specialty.
Complete line of Candies, Fruit &
Dress in Reason
The latest Mitch, I's l
hnve arrived.
Bo have ,,,ir spring Bto, k ol nigh-
Also  worsteds,   Bei i , i '������
and fancy trouserings.
In fact we can supply all your sartorial  wants.
who   wished   for
of the historian is accuracy. will leave at 7:25 p. in., to connect  some  tlmi   ago.    Mr.  McKlnnon has historical reasons, to go over the same
I   would   like   further   to  poinl   oul   v.Ith  the train  from Seattle.    Trains aheady had considerable experience as route.   The officers  were Belected  be
thai   ai   the  annua]   meeting   of  the  will    arrive us  follow.-:    9:15    trom  ���'   policeman,  having  been   an  officer cause of being interested in the study
Columbia  btreet.
40 acres of good
land, twelve acres of
it cultivated; large
orchard. New house
and good barn, two
chicken houses. Half
mile to school and
three quarters of a
mile to river.
al   tne  annual   nne
congregation held on January 15, 1903, Vi nconver; 10:30 a. m. and 7:lu p. m.
these societies were shown to be In a frcm the east, and 8:20 from Seattle.
healthy     condition.      The     following  o	
were   the   receipts   from   the   various Improving   the   Georgia,
���societies:    Sabbath    .school.   (336.14;      In  accordance  with   rules   recently
Willing    Workers'   Society,    $219.93; laid down at  Ottawa, the government
Woman's  Association, {336.25;   VV. F. patrol  boa,  Georgia will hereafter be
M.  S..  $90;    collections   tor    church known as the Canadian    government
schemes, $136.25. ship Georgia, Instead of the Dominion   ""'  wln  1'a"'"1  hla beal  for ,he tlrst
The total an,oui,i raised lor all pur- governmenl Bhlp.   The Georgia is now ''"'" "" Saturday night.
poses was $3,685, ot which $226.00 was being  painted    a  genuine  man-of-war  "	
tor   the  church   schemes.     All   llablll- color  and   the  lettering  on  the  boats Curtis Forgets to Appear.
lbs were met up till the 31st Of Dec- and life belts will be Changed in C C.       Harry   Curtis   is  today   $5.00   poorer
ember, 1902, and there were balances s.  Georgia. ;,.; a resul, of an unquenchable thirst
on hand amounting to $250.00 to meet      In future the captain and crew will  thai    he  possessed yesterday.    After
a payment of interest due sometime in b,   resplendent   in  blue uniforms and  having tried for a long time to drown
February.   Between the years 1897 and gold   braid.    The  new   uniforms  have   this  thirst   in  the usual  way,  he was
1903, ��� large  floating debt of, I be- been ordered and In a short time both found    in. the    condition    commonly
li.ve  nearly   $2,000,   contracted   prlor'ciew  and   boat   will  look  as  trim  as  known as drunk and escorted to the.
for alx   years at Wellington,   besides of former operations of the army and
having   i n   tor  some  time  on  the were directed to submit a   sketch   of
totceai Ladysmlth.   During ihe curse the country passed over and u, i	
of his career he has established a repu- pare a memorandum of their trip, to
:..,���     for   dealing  with     refractory be rend  before the officers' school  al
prisoners thai  he is likely to sustain their  poet,
here,  and   ll   Is  a  hard  ease   indeed     "Every opportunity is taken advan-
that  he cannot  manage without  help, tage ol to stud) Gen. Sherman's AUan-
IHE WONDER OF THE AGE      J. N. Aitchison,
Do your own Silver Fluting at
home a wonderful preparation
made by Meyer & Allen  of  New
V..rk       ::::::
50 Cents a Bottle
R. C. Purdy,
Sole Agent.   Columbia Streel
Transfer Co.
was   completely   wiped   out.   though jusl  oul  of a factory.
Price $
Half   cash,
easy terms.
Agents for the Guardian   Fire
Assurance Company.
Real   Estate   Brokers,
Telephone   170.
278 Columbia   Street.
Nice Lot, cleared and
fenced, at corner of Oth
Street and St. Andrew's
Street.   A Snap at . . .
Good residence lot on
Queen's Avenue, East.
Fine location.   Only . .
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
In fairness to Ihose, who In lhose
days, so lovingly nnd devotedly
served St. Andrew's church. It seems
to me that those facts should be
Yours truly
N'.w  Westminster, April :;ij,  1906.
Lectures  Gabriel.
Gabriel   Candour   pleaded
police   court   this  morning
drunk on the public streets,
lockup. Her,, be dug down to Untune of $5.00 as a guarantee that he
would come up for a lecture this
guilty In morning ai the police court. But the
to being fumes of liquor caused him to over-
and then 6'eep    himself, and    consequently he
nakes the purest of pure sweets
and invites the public to call
and see   the candy made
Guichon���A,   D,  Paterson,
A    C    Hal,,,,,,    Chilliwack;
l'l IitO
Dr.  M.
listened to a mosi Interesting lecture was missing,when most wanted. As
by Magistrate Corbould. To emphasize a consolation for his absence the mag-
;!,.��� force of his remarks, the magis- Istrate ordered the bail to be forfeited.
I rn le imposed a line of $2.all nnd eosls. r a	
As  Gabriel   wus   practically   broke,  lie Fair and Warmer.
WES allowed to depart after depositing Victoria,  May  3.���The    pressure  is
20  cents,    the  total   amount     of  his increasing   in   Hrltish   Columbia
worldly wealth In the hands of the,
Edmonton; 11. <;. Faster, To- chief tor safe keeping. The balance
1). McDonald, Kamloops, P, M.  "'' the line is to be paid ins,all,,,ems.
A, E. Mc.Naugh-
Tel. 10G.
��� & Real Estate
Columbia St.
2nd and 3rd Avenue Burnaby, Near City Limits,
Close to City Tram,
Addison, Denver, Col
ton, Vancouver.
Colonial���C, S. Ferris, Langley; W.
Luwson, Langley; E. II. Crawford.
Vancouver; F. Jandry, city; John .1.
Burr, Ladner; Miss Margarel tnsley,
Vancouver; Arthur Murray, S.a,lie;
W    A.   Far,,,,   nnd   family,   Vancouver.
Windsor Simon Swortland, Everett,
I.. Hansen. Everetl ; li. A. Lund, Victo, ia; K. p. Strak and family, Everett; S. W. Forrester, Blaine, Wash.;
C F. Selwell, Blaine, Wash.; A. Miller. .1. McPherson, w. .1. Mills, Vancouver; Edward Paine, cloverdale;
���b 1,��� s. Munroe, Elgin; D, McRae,
! Terra Nova; C. W. Geddes, Denver,
Cd.;   Em!]   llazen, A.   Burton,  Mission
( osmopolltan���W. F. Sl. George,
Hope; X. Ilolongreeii, Hope; .1. II.
Quinn, city; M. Calder, Langley; Mrs.
Walker, Kensington; II. Beaumont,
Abottsford; .1. Beaton, city; H. Sym-
COCk, North Vancouver; Miss Calder,
, entral���George II,ml, city
city;   ll. Jardine,  Pt,   Hammond;   P.
I',���:;,��,  l'l.  Hamniond;   ll. Richardson,
oily;    .1.   Williams,   ciiy;    ,].   C.   Korr,
Central Park,
Depot���D. Polrler, Stevenston; w.
Ft, l'l,nre. llnizh". II. Wade, Surrey
Centre; O. V. Kenney, It. Spraggge,
 o ���
ih,.- weather i.s chiefly fair nnd wiih
not much change in temperature. No
rainfall is reported on the Pacific
Easl of ilie Rockies an extensive
..i.a of low pressure, central in Kee-
win in. covers the Northwest provinces
and the mi,Ide wesl stales. Another
thunder storm has occurred al Winnipeg nnd rain has fallen at many
Forecast for l.hirty-six hours ending
a! .i p. m. Friday on th.- lower mainland: Light <������ moderate winds, most-
ly fair and warmer.
To find real estate good enough to
invest your money in, but quite another
to lind property that represents a real
good value.
We have some property at present
on our books which a wise investor will
buy up as soon as he looks  them  over.
Why not let us put you wise on
Delta farm land
Charge  of Assault,
.io.m Sell,erg. of Woodward's Landing caused a warrant to be issued for
ihe arrest  of an Italian  named Oeor-
gous  Besterrachea.    He  charged  the
to organization and ii was deemed
happj circumstance thai a courtesy ;., ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Gen. Sherman's son could be combined
with   military   instruction.     Practice
marches with large bodies are ,.. be
made   from   now   on   over  lhe  historic
fields of Chiekamauga and Atlanta by :
in,ops from Forts Oglethorpe and Me   ���
Pherson, on whlcn officers will study ���
and   discuss   ib,-  operations  of   Gen. ���
Sherman.." *
The President bad a conference on
lhe suhjeel will. Hen. Hell,, chief of
staff, last nighl. Gen, II,dl took Hen.
Duvall's report to the While House
and after iln- conference the following
,lisp,,,eh, which restricts ihe distance
which lhe escort is lo go, was .sen, io
Gen. Duvall:
while House, Washington, May I.
lien.   Duvall,   coin,nan,ling   the   De-
par,.men,  of Iln- Gulf,  AUanla.  (la.:
"In view of Hie misapprenhension
seemingly caused by lhe terms employed in your order, ihe Presldenl deems
it   i.esi, after th" detachmenl  of the
Twelfth  Cavalry  has gone as  far as I
Bosaca and    visited    Hie    intervening
field of ihe engagement al Dalton, the
officers and men shall return to Fori
Oglethorpe, which he directs shall be
"Military Secretary."
 0 ���
The  citizens'   hand  of  Chilliwack  Is
practicing for a conceri which they
propose giving in ihe near future. Tho
proceeds of the concert will go towards erecting a bund hall. The con
I cert programme will consist of farces,
songs and instrumental music. A good
time may be expected as the band
under    ihe   leadership  of    Professor
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia bt.
Baggage delivered   pi i
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauli
Office 'Phone 1S5
Barn I'Donel!'
Fresh Fruit in'Season.
Twelve years  experience  in  the
candy  trade.
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating.
Next Door DeGrey's Barbershop.
defendant with assault and nlso with  D��stoi'huef is oapaole of playing fir
Vn acres lirst clas
11.. Mori,  at $70 per acre.
7 roomed dwelling on
street near Queen's Avenue.
Modern    dwelling    on    Carnarvon
streel,  East  Ind.    Price $900.
Cottage   and   large   lots   close   to
Columbia street.    Price $1350.
A. I WHITE, 260 Columbia St.
Telephone 85.
Confesses  Eight  Murders.
Dresden,   May   2.���Max   Dlel'rich,   a
leather worker, confessed today to the
murder of elghl  worm  I  wiHiin seven
fishing for four hours on Sunday last
during close season. The case will
come before Captain Pittendrigh, S. M.,
on Sal,inlay al  10:30.
Arrives With  Halibut.
The steamer Squid came Into porl
today after a very successful trip to ''",
the northern wal.rs in search of hall-'
bul. The er.w is now busy unloading a 60,000 pound cargo of No. 1
lis!, al the Columbia Cold Storage
These fish will be frozen and will
g, towards supplying the eastern and
foreign   markets.
class music, and is a credit to the
Miss Maud Cawley, who has been
supplying at the Camp Slough school
for the pasl fortnight, is now in
charge of one of the departments of
the Rosedale .school. Mr. Crowder,
principal of the school has been ill
time und will nol re mm i
work umil after midsummer.
The election of school trustees for
the Chllllwack municipality resulted
as      follows:       Ilea,lie      llarllelt,    \V.
Newby, A. l. Cooie, .lames Robertson,
.1.  11. Lucas.
A gang of men have heen working
;,, Camp Slough, pulling In protection
work to save the dyke during high
.lohn 0. N'lcol und Arthur Thompson
left   by   boat   this   morning   for   Sun
Croquet Sets
From $1.50 up at
Full Line of
Sporting Goods
Teacher of the German
Language   and   l'iano
German  Conservatory Method.
Belyea & Co,
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our .penality.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telephono tbll.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block^
Nev Westminster, - - ���    '
 ,    ., kin,K cut
Plants and  Annuals Of W    ��� j,|ias
Mowers an.l Moral designs,
500 por,-"-
^ephone ^or^s 4th
Gould Wins Again.
London,  May  I!.���In   lhe  court tern-
tennis championship games today .lay
Could of Lukcwood, N. J., beat Cooper Francisco.
Key by .'! lo 0, The Oddfellows of Chllllwack march
********************************************* I
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. 1��� 12 p.
m. excepting at 7;30 and 8:30
a, m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom
C.110 n. in. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���.\o transrer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
Minute   Service
malnder of day
Leopold Place,
Sunday  Service
tween 8 a. m
(liirlnK    . ,
Transfer �� ,
City and s.tPPe
and i�� > *
Sapperton Line- ���' ���
vice,  except, b*��
., and 6 and '
hours    the   seruce
.. and ���
vviitct" ,
Sunday Service  ^ ^
tween o a. "'���
;: British Columbia Electric Ry- CJ^**J


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