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 fCTORU
VOLUME 1. NUMBER  I.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MARCH 8, 1906.
1,1 < EN rs !'l K \\ I IK.
Governor-General Opens Dominion Parliament Toda
SPEECH FROM THRONE    ALL DETERMINED
HAS PROSPEROUS TONE   TO SECURE
His Excellency Foreshadows Interest '""": "dlvl8,on "r N"',m" L,WC
���   ing Work for Members of
the Commons.
CABINET DISASTER
OCCURS IN FRANCE
SHOWS EXPANSION
Of fOREIGN TRADE
Treaty   With   Japan,   Preservation   of
Forests  and   Other   Important   Business.
Ottawa,   March   8,   The    Dominion
I menl   was opi ned   toda I
i kci Honey [he govoi noi    onet al, �� h i
read  thi    telli li  fron    111
throne:
Hon, Ge il tomen   ���   the  Su.ulc:
t ���       men t r I he Wou i Coninftms:
In   again    nminonlnp   you   for   th"
II ipateh ..I l.iisii,." ), 1  inn glad tu I"'
t   ���      ��� ;"U"  you  "II  II OB
I ��� prevailing   throughout   the  Do
ll inton
Tii"    s,.\,.,,.    bereajremenl     which
bit i      Alexandra     has     sustain" l
through ih" death ..t her rather, the
i- .ii- of I lonmark, has occo slonod
i.iiiui'ii Borrow throughout tin' empire,
;ci*i I am satisfied iiicii the warm sym
In th j of thr people of Canada will be
badlly extended to her majesty.
Contented   People.
ii nfT.'i !-! in.' much pleasure as tli"
Bprcsentatlve of its majesty to take
pun in ih.- in nii'iii'iiiioii of tin' pro-
rlii.-.- of Aii'.'it.-i .-mil Saskatchewan,
as constituent member! ,if th" con-
fed'i.ii ion. Tli' universal rejoicing
on Oi" assumption of provincial nuto-
noniv everywhere visible, was gratifying to witness, anil I venture to say
that In no pari of the world could
n mine contented population lie iMinil.
'The universal sentiment was one st
abounding  confidence  in   the  future.
Trade    Stimulated.
'l'lie bountiful harvest with whhah
We have been Messed ill Ihe past season, together with the continued de
Wlopiiiwl of mir industries anil transportation facilities, have so stimulated
business in all parts of Canada aim
,'hliv" given sueti liapclus to our exports and Imports I ant the trade, both
Willi the t'nlnd Kingdom ifn.l foreign
Countries fur the current fiscal year
���gives promise of Ifcing the laigi-si
On  record.
The How of immigrant! seeking
honi's In the prairie provjficos still
Continues,   and   from   the   present   tmt-
i""i. the number ��ill be In ev t
anj   previous year, and  it   is gratify-
note tho Increasing proportion
ft   :.   ' '   Qrltli Ii i lei,
Treaty   With   Japan.
A  treat)   on  behalf of C innd i   hni
ii.iv\  i ��� ������ i com ludi I betwi in the t'ni
ted  Kingdom and  Japan,  whi'li  ii   Is
 .ni. hoped will img"i> lucres ie
 le ".ii tho people of ihat pro
Ive   empire    When   the   '
documents   hnve   bit u   received   i h. )
will I." laid i [ore you.
Forest   protection.
Th ��� :    ild cleatruct Ion of our fi i
now  I'lim: mi  v.Ill,  unleia tho " ei a
��� en  be prudentlj   re
gulated   in   in"  future  anil   a ini
of   reforestw Ion    ndo| ted,    i esult    in
���I'    lent    pienci       Ifoctln gth? unj-
II ii   rivers and  limiting
our valuable water powers to d fi ��
months  In the year.
Aidll   will   be  presented   fi>-  your
��� '. i Icrntlon ompu^j-i-liin ill" govoi n
men!   lo Bel  aparl   fdresl   reserves on
lands   undef  lis control.
Home Defences.
In accordance with the offer made
i y my ministers to the gove'rnmi nt
p? the United Kingdom, the Imperial
MeiiKiiry has now been rellevtod from
Ihl ii'iiiro! of I'.n i isonlng llallfnx, and
irrangements are In progress for to*
Ing over the defenlse of Esquimau,
and hereafter detachments from ihe
permanent forlo of Camilla will hnvi
chart f  both  these  Important   sta-
lions.
You   will   be  iir. ited   to considei   Hie
I roprlety of making such changes in
the fiscal year as will bring it more
Into harmony with the active business season.
Insurance   Investigation.
'Pi*- result of tbe investigation Into
the administration of MJaeimj Iffe In-
s' ranee companies in the neighboring
Republic   has   naturally   created  soin.
uneasiness  in   tlaw   public   mind    is   i .
the condition of Canadian companies
A  commission  has therefore been In
structed   to   Inquire   Into  and   report
on   the   management     and    financial
standing,    not    only    of    companloi
holding  Canadian   charters,  bul     al.o
of  all   companies  doing  biuflneM  in ���
der   license   In   Canada.
1
Railway   Surveys.
Satisfactory progress Is being made
in   the   exploration   and   surveys   of
il astern  division  of  the  National
!' i.i n ntlnental     railway    and   It     li'
expected thai construction of the
i wo Impoi i.un sections ambra 'Ing
together about 100 miles will shot I)
be . mnmeut ed.
Th" Intel im i "i  ..f Mi" c iii i linn
on  "i   'ii"    Intel national    w tin'
iva)   ' ii   will  bi   laid  be', re
Mm.      'I'be  work  of On- joint    com
m    i        i ���"".!     "Hi.'w hat     .!e
loyed .... ii,    io a  doubt    r     Io    the
jurisdiction  of  ihe   \m< ��� U in   senate
Cti-c  of  Nllfjiri,
i'li.       ��� '..I.im nl    "i    ci it
  ���    dividing    the
wo count Hi il   the   opp irtun :*
electrli   ������'"'
ui   ��� Ij   evolves
���.. lib h can ot        be    deuli
k Ith    '      Intoi nntlot ��� i "in. >\\
'i     v     "    t vt     \       ii    ihi
. ommlssl u will ban to con ,; i ir
lov.    he      ��� .    <     . : .     Ihi c  ol
ft T  "i  i ho w II i,  while   ikji    um'til
.   of tho (lov. of \ta
.  . tillable foi  ��� "w.'.r pur-
.. i *
Reports  and   Recommsndatloni.
\   reporl   h       been    m    red   f  im
he transpo      Ion comml    Ion contain-
ortanl      ..-un, imlt
.���ii        Th '  iloi union!   will   ho lai I   >'���
ore  ���"".
The  I"* .i!   exp. .   nlnted  to  i"
rise, class f; and consolld itn the p>i'<-
lle genet al Btutiites I uied sine" ih ���
evlslon in 1880, have completed their
task and ii is expected that the v. 1-
��� in.s will be ready for distribution
before July.
Lord's   Day   Observance.
A iii.-asui,��� for the better observant i
of ih" Lord's Day will tie submitted
for s our consideration.
Vou will be Invited to cond I ���������.
���among other subjects, hills to am-ttd
the Railway acl. tbe l-'ruii Marks art,
an a.-I respecting usury and also the
Dominion Election* act,
The Estimates.
Centlemen of the House of Column. :
The accounts of the pasi year ',v*'l
be laid before you, the estimates u
the nine months embracing the pio
posed fiscal year, terminating on the
'.1st of March, W07, will be Bifemlt-
led for your approval at an earlv
date
Hon. Gentlemen of the Senate;
Gentlemen of the Mouse of Commons'
I invite your earnest attention to
the several subjects 1 have mentioned,
and to ilie general business that will
come before you. and I trust your deliberations will be guided by wisdom
ami moderation.
After the reading of the speech, Wo
bouse adjourned till  Monday.
Electric    Railway    Extension
Scheme Promises Soon
To  Materialize.
SURVEY WORK GOES AHEAD
Interest Id   Parties   on   Doth   Sides   of
Deal   Await the
Report
Vesterdas uttoi noon Ma: or Koat)
suppot 'i    ,      "im commttt f the
I ,1 ���' I ...ml of ii uie. \ isi;
ol Pol' Moodj with
. t ��� a.. o right of waj conoo Ion
.���ir,, for tho ; ropoBed electric rond to
Port Moody. *' Batlsfactot was tho
resell of their trip, thai it is thought
thai Immediate stepa tor construction
work will i" i iken by the manage
men! of the British Columbia Electric Railway company,
So determined are the cltlsena al
���"'ill ends of the proposed road to
have tho deal go through thai they
ai" willing to make almost any con-
, i     Ion   within   the   bounds  ol   reason
iii  order to attain  results.
The company, on  the other hand.
is show in:-, every Indication of willingness to nu"! the request of the people, and ai present have a oapable
enginer and corpi of assistants in the
Held making preliminary suVveya. The
Held for." at present is running two
trial   lines  from   the  fork   of  the   Porl
Moody  road  to l'ort   U ly. and it Is
hoped   iliat   either  one of the  surveys
will   show  a  sufficiently    reasonable
grade to insure active steps at once
in  the mailer of construcllos.
Immediately   after     the     survey   Is
made and the engineer's report is in
ihe Vancouver office of the company.
General Manager Sperling will meet
ihe committees from New Westminster and l'ort Moody, at which lime
the entire mailer will hi" thoroughly
gone Into.
Citizens in general are quite Jubilant   over the result   of tlft meeting at
l'ort Moody yesterday, and many of
the inori' optimistic ones already
speak of ihe deal as if it   had already
bees carried through, although  II   is
generally  conceded   by  even  Ihe  most
conservative  that   the   new   road   is
pBlJctll ally   an   assured   fact.
Government Goes Down to Defeat at
Critical Time in Nation's
Affairs.
OVERTHROW CAUSED
BY CHURCH TROUBLE
News      Creates      Profound      Surprise
Amonij   Delegates   le   Morurcan
Conference.
P ii is. March 8. Th" Rouvlel mi i
i. ii> was defeated In the chaml oi i I
depul II s   'a tl   night,   and   iinti!.  II id
���iv I.
The defeat of th" govetnmenl came
mi a comparative!)  minor debate ove ���
ihe church disorders. The govern'
... ni     .ii.  ���' " I. .1   in   I'i'Mhi������   "ill.    2 11
\ ote -. wild ' ih.- \;n lous elements : i
opposition llit rlaal ���. Social! it - an '
Nationalists united and polled 267
I..', i, thus placing 'h" ministry In u
in rlty of :t:t.
Premier Rouvler, with all of his col
leagues, Immediately proceeded to the
foreign office, where a joint letter of
i eslgnation was prepared. Later IN.
Rouvler presented ihis letter to President Kallleres. who accepted the i"
slgnatlon. The president announced
i ids Intention of consulting the presl
iilents of die senate ami chamber ol
deputies relative to the formation of
a   new   cabinet.
Riots  Caused   It.
'i'be debate in Hie chamber of deputies was upon the bloody riot yesterday  during the inventory of a  church
in ih" village ni Boeshcepe, resulting
in the death of a tiianll'eslnnt. Various orators severely crltlolced the
government's course, asserting 'hat it
threatened to precipitate a rellg^pua
v. ai fare
Premier Rouvler responded: "The
government has t*he duty to apply the
law.    it  will apply it  without weak-
io  -. 'ai.   ili-ii with pi idem t M.t and
'. Is.h'iii      I  ask  ih" ad..; i ion "���'   '
solution  approving theie dei Inratlona
of the government
The  resolution  was  thereupon  put
to die Miie and defeated
the   vote  wai   roor<    ���      .     ���,   ,
i ��� ��� .'iii   antagonism  i" the  n It
thnn of opposition to ihe i hurch lu
v intorlei.
Germany   Warned.
\   eml official Btntttmont "n tin
;",:   I..., , . i',i,   i .".,   ,'
ii"""  net  affect   French  11   i
ml   ���'.".'
This   Is   designed   chiefly   to   warn
Oermnnj not to take advantage of the
situation,    The fmt  is thai  the mlii-
1 tqi lal   hlatu ���  i onfuses   tnattei -   ind
llui liens ihe agreement ��hlch other
wise  might  have been arrived al   to
laj.    The vole in ih" chamber of do
utles last night, it lulling In the de
Coal   of the govet nment,    tem| orlsi
with church manltestanli who are be
coming    tncreaalngl)    demonstrative,
pmil ularl) tho peasant!,
Delcasse   Looms   Up   Again.
President Follleres this morning began a series of consultations relative
in the formation of a new ministry
il" flrsl  conferred lengthily  with  M,
Dllbost,   president   of   ilie   senale   and.
later received M   Doumook, president
of the chamber of deputies,
No announcement of the president's
course of action has been made, hut
the  names  most   mentioned   are those
I of M. Leon Bourgeois, the former pre
rater, Alexander (fllllerand, the form
er minister of commerce; Raymond
Polncaire, former minister of public
j works and Benotar Clemenceau,
There  in  some talk   also of  m.  Del-
ciiHse. the former foreign minister,
who is supported by the Vnglo-Pronch
enthusiast!, bat his appointment is
Impossible owing to German Hostility
to htm. M. Rouvler wentB to retire
from the premiership bul he may be
induced to retain the portfolio of for
elgn  affairs or  ih.it  ol  tin.in. ,���   and. ,
allnllu r   pri'iiu. i
Rentes wen! off 10 .. atlmi    I. .t.n .
i"11 " . overed, ihowln gthst thi opera
tins   ,.n   Ihe   BOUI ���.    Wl   .    :.. I    	
Ij   di'-' ii bed   bj   the   ie��ii aid |
the ��� .ii'iui't.
Effect at Algarlcaa,
Algerii 11,  Man t I ,   |    .
la! ' '1 -i ��� in i'.n i       , , ���	
'inietii  among tan i
thi   powt       it ��� nrtlnt     hi   M  . .
��� a. " bul    the ill ,   ,i, i
a bed v .  '.
lis thai th.- even
i rove dli a itrou ��� to Pi
Prei "us in the   .  ���
of tin- mini terlal crlsl I      n .,, ii
capital,     the     tone     nl
mont had ci i i
. '">hni'.   with   !��� -.. rl  I
1 "i 'de e this in.', nlni ������
lit  a   i"'i  "i   the    Moroc.
i '���   tlon     i'     id    "i,	
����� i    pr.  ��� ited,   it.'
l. :.      Ion,  ���    bodylnf I   rtiian
id" is, another bj  Ihe Fn nfh,
third   I')    'he   Mere,.tii    ;   ts. .
Power  for  Sultan.
, The   \u -iii.ni plnn glue ��� ;'" t
supreme command of the (tolln i
he Is io lelecl Frem h offin for the
poliee al four pons, name! ngler,
Sailla. Radal and   Detuan,   ind ' |
Ish    otlb "IS    for    three    port!,    II il'" I' ,
\l"".i'l'U. Larin ho and M '., i n l'lie
sultan  Anally is lo selei t  an iir i..     i
general of police from Switzerland u
Holland,
'l'lie French delegatei d< t lare Ihat
Hi*, latter condition  is unacceptable
The Moroccan plan makes Hi" Mill,iii
supremo and asks that  all  the 11 - ���
participate in the organization ol the
police.
The French plan as heretofore outlined, establishes Spanish police it
eight of the leading ports.
Almodovar   Remains.
Madrid,   March   g.    Owing     to    thp
favorable turn K^ken In the sluatlen
ai   \Ueri.as. Premier Morel has rele
graphed   to   the   Huke   .a    \:  i,  I.
chief of the Spanish  ttelegatlt n   who
was to have returned to Mldrld 'in rl
ly on state buslnese, to remain si Al
ajarlcas until the conference concludes
its   d>'ssiniis.
Winning  Number.
The winning number Tor the White
Sewing inalielne given by Pender &
In,,   multors   of   Wblti'     Swau     snap.
Ithroiigii their agents, George Adams,
is 16/768,
CHEMANUS COMPANY BASKETBALL MATCH
TURNS m CHINAMEN      HAS B&EN POSTPONED
Lumber   Manufacturer's   Discover  That   Victorias   Are   Unable   to   Make   Up   a
White  Labor  ts the Team   for  Tomorrow
Cheapest. Night.
Nanainii),    Match    7.    After   a    .ong !     The   game   between   the   locals    I
lexperi.'i.ee  with   Asiatic  labor, extend    ,,,,,   vieloria   le    which   was   dated
'Jng   over   a   period   of   several   yean
the Cl,"inainii.s   Lumber  company  has
decided   that      #     Chlnaaiaii   tun,'   In
their   "inploy   niiisi   now   look   lo   new
for tomorrow night, has been postponed until Friday, the 16th, aa iSec-
rotary  ll. W. Bangiaar received word
���elds, the company having decided to from Vluloria staling that some of
Pmplov nothing bill while labor l'rom|the members of the team would be un
now   mi. aide  to  play  on   thai   night.    The  \ U
[The company has, after Invesiiga torla boys were notlflad thai the p.u i
t|ou. 'found thai white labor is the paiioineiii would be satisfactory to till
Cheapest   in  ih"  long  run. loc>iis
VERSEER OF ZION
TALKS BLUE RUIN
Kalis on the Faithful of Dowie's   Flock   to   Give   Up   to
the Cause Everything .They
Possess.
���Chicago,    March    8.���Picturing      a       He called upon ministers to give up
Hdoiiiv   financial   situation   and   recog-   their salaries, lie asked clerks and la-
Helug a crisis, Overseer Volvla called   l"l,'<'r" "�� w��>''  f"'' f��'30 ���''  W��ek, and
'^B_     ,, ,, .  ,,     ���,       ,,,,     upbrnldod  the fed lowers of Dr.  Howie
ilittpnu    ill"   l ���    I'l'-Ti' t   nt    Ih"    /,l..11   t.'ltv   .
for    wearing    Jewelry    and    gaudy
It   night  for  over  1250,000 to  save ci0ij,eg
community  from  the money  lend-      "Accept   In  pay Just  enough  to pro-
anil   thus  to  relieve  Hie  present,  vide for living expenses,"   was his ur-
essure and  put   the Industries on a  gent  request, he himself daclarlng he
Ing liasl*.    As security he promts-   was willing to live on 2a cents a week
the people firs lmorlgai?t'H on the  i' possible tluiM to kejie soul ami body
factory and tho printing hoiuso.    together? ��
CLIFF     ELECT��D.
Gets a  Majority of One Over Cameron
in   Burnaby.
Ronald   Cliff    was   today   elected   a
councillor for the municipality of
Burnaby.   There were only five votes
polled,   Mr.   Cliff   receiving   three   of
these, and his opponent, Joseph Cameron, of Sapperlon, gelling the other
two.    The by -election was caused by
Ijar iionaecepta.nee of the office by
.\fc.   Allen,   who   is   In    Ftlgland,   and
wiio was "bs in"! ni tin recent general
municipal election.
Taken to Hosoital.
Miss Mary Smithi!.;. age.I 12 years,
was taken to he Royal Columbl in
hospital this morning Buffering frtim
nn acute alia, k of hip disease. The
young miss is quite wall known and
the news of her sudden affliction will
be fell keenly bj all h<%' many friends.
ALLOWS KERSHAW
SIX MONTHS MORE
THREE LIVES LOST
IN RAILWAY WRECK
POLICE MAKE RAID
ON CHINESE STORE
Capture Lottery Paraphernalia   in   Sing   Kee's   Place   of
Business and Arrest the Owner
Of the Shop.
DOCTOR    GETS   SAMPLES.
Takes  Coquitlam   Lake  Water to  Victoria  for  Analysis.
Constable  Spain  and   Health   Dili,   i
Dr.  Fagitt, of  Vieloria, returned  from
a   mp  of  Inspection to Lake Coqutt-
lam   last   Iilghi,   where   they   went   al
Ihe request  of the mayor and council
to examine the existing conditions al
the lake.
Many of the citizens attribute the
prevalence of typhoid In the city at
present to Ihe lake wafer, and It was
to lavestlgnte this charge that, the
health efflcer was sen:  to the lake.
Th nature of bis report will not be
made known for somo time yet, as
four two gallon juks of the wntor
were taken from the different parts
of the lake, for anaylsls by the doctor
upon his return to Victoria.
Governor  Mead  of  Washington   Keeps
New   Fish   Commissioner
Inactive.
Beilingham, March 7.���Ai'the ofer-
math of the fight over Ihe appointment of a fish commissioner, Gov.
Mead yesterday ilm-id-.l when the
tenure of office ot bis new appointee
is   to   begin,   and   thereafter   left   for
th*. sKitc capital.
Provided Mr. Kershaw so deilres
he is to be permit led lo remain In
office for another six mouths, which
will   carry  him   through  the  present
fishing  season.
This decision was reached after *
conference between the governor and
Meama.   Kershaw   and   ItiMlatul.    The
latter, II    li   understood,     protested
againsl   any extension  of time beyond
the three monthi which was agrt	
upon ai the tinie the appointment was
in.idr. but (I*, protest, was unaval'-
Ing.
Montreal   Flyer Crashes  Into a   Local
on  Deleware  &
Hudson.
Chinese Ernperor III.
I'ekin, March 8.- -The "luperor of
China. Tsal Tien, is 111. Telegrams
have been despatched lo all the viceroys asking them to send their best
physicians to Pekln. The physicians
at the palace here Hay that the emperor's Illness li serious, hut not
alarming.
The steamer Ramona, on ncount
of Ihe large freiRht list, was tt little
late In pulling out, for up river wolnts
this morning.
Steals a Saw.
A man by the name of A. .7. Thoin
as, according to letters found on his
person, was arrested today on a
charge of stealing a snw In the Merchants hoel on advice received from
the provincial police In Vancouver.
Tho saw was stolen somewhere In
South Vancouver, Chief of Police Colin Campbell will claim his prisoner
tomorrow morning.
Saratoga springs, v v., Marsh B.-
Three deaths have followed the wreck
of   the   local   passenger   train   on   the
Delaware  A   Hudson   railway,   bound
from    Rutland,   VI .   for   Troy,   which,
while hold up by a freight wreck near
the local station, wa* run down by
the Montreal Fiver, louthbound, last
night
This morning, il thi Saratoga hospital,  to which Mie more seriously In
Jared  were removed,   the    following
list of dead and injured was given lo
the   Associated    Press, Tho   dead:
Mrs. Charles Htotmond, 10 .ears of
age. of Qaniyoort; Qertmfle Bitmond,
her daughter, aged IH years; and
Frank A. Slndeciise, a travelling salesman of Buffalo,
Mrs. Allen  Dead.
Mrs.   Tlionms   Allen,   of   Sappei l.m.
who    was    stricken    with     paralysis
while visiting at the Royal Columbian
hospital, died lasl night at !) o'clock.
The stricken woman was very well
known and popular In Sapperton.
having lived In the Community for
years. She was Rl yenrs of ago, and
a native of IMadoc, Ontario.
Mrs. Allen was B prominent church
worker In the I'resbyleriati church of
Sapperton, and Hov. Mr. Reld, formerly of Sapperton, hut now of Vancouver, will officiate. The funeral,
which is In the hnnds of D. Murchle,
will lake place from the famHy residence at Sapperton to tho Masonic
cemetery. ��� ,
 o	
The Colleglnfo Glee club will hold
Its second social evening ut the residence of Mrs. Armstrong, Sixth srect,
next  .Monday evening.
About 3lis this afternoon a Up wai
given to (lie eldef of police thai a
lottery was being eoiiducled In Sing
Kee's   grocery   and   general   inerchan
dlse store, located at the Intenectlon
'of Mclnnes street and the railroad.
Acting promply on the pointer, the
chief, accompanied by Detective Brad
���haw, proeeedi'd lo Sing tCeet eslali-
llshmi'iil and caught a portion in th"
act of purchasing a lottery ticket.
'l'lie chief Immediately place 1 Sing
Kee under arrest and onnduelod him
lo the lockup, where he will remain
until 9:30 a. tii. tomorrow, when lew-Ill get  a chauuc lo plead.    The elil.tf
also captured ail the paraphernalia in
sight to tie used as evidence,
This establishment   has long been
under Hie Ohlefl watalTftil eye. hut
only   today   eoiild   II"   gel   the   pri^ji i
evidence t*> arrul his man.
(in" of sing Kee's elerka or pari
tiers    became    quite Indignant,    and1
threatened all Borta of 'ii:-" v. ngi an e
He. loo, will   pn.i'.'l'h   have I" all'-'-.vei
1.1 the court before many hours
Insurance   Men   Indicted.
New   York.   Man !i  8,    Three  ind!' '
numis againal officers of the Mutual
It..serve Ufa Iniui tni wen
handed down by ihe grand inn today, Those Indicted t ' ' dt rick
\. ii'iriihani. president Geo. D Eld
ridge, first vice i reetdent, ami ueo
Burnham, Jr., second vh e pri - id.ml
Miss   Anthony's   Health.
Rot hi rtt -, N   v    Mo' h I    ib i
from ih" !.i"i".i |e .a Buian H  Ant'
w im is ill of pneumonia,   ra i" I '   "l
so "ti" .ai thi       i he doctor Indlral ���
i"t that h" had gravt ts ol Mlai
Anthony'i recovery
SMUGGLE RIFLES
ONTO STEAMSHIP
Chinese Sailors Acquire Munitions of War in San   Francisco But Stores Are Discovered
And Seized.
Snn Francisco, March 8<���The Kx
amlner today says: Tw nty-two mo-
Idem rides and 10,000 rounds of ammunition were seized yesterday In the
quarters ef the Chinese rn'. won the
Pacific Mall steamer Manchuria,
scheduled to Rail for the Orient this
afternoon. The company's officials
! thereupon ordered, It is said, a thorough  sourch of the  vessel, ami this
resulted In two more boxes of rides-
being found In the room of one of Hie
assistant engineers.
The engineer and Chinese were
questioned, and it was found that tho
guns hud been purchased In this city
by the engineers and smuggled aboard
the vessel. Nothing is known as to
how long smuggling of tills kind of
goods has teen going en, or Hov,*
many rifles have been sent la- Mil*
way to China.
m THE DAIL\   NEWS
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OPPOSITION HAS FIELD DAY
.! tmbers Criti ' ial Sts it of H ... Mr. Tatlow
Ltia Government Supporters Have Little or Nothing to Say in Reply���Estimates Pass
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do have all the wanted  styles.
Black Leathei s or Tan.
Lace or Button,
Blucher Styles.
Military Heels. Etc.. Etc.
Nothing left out!
Any Style of Men's. Women's or Children* Shoes you may
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VANCOUVER.  B.  C. !
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and  Retail  Dcilcrs in
fresh and Frozen Rsh
Ciame In Season
We aitaw to all carts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Be  ��� -
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Sext Dmsh Nana. Htm ���' ss*mssw*tr, B. THURSDAY,  MARCH   8.   1906
THE DAILY NEWS
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
a'AV
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
VIA THE
Great Northern Railway
The Comfortable  Way" Route of the Famous Oriental Limited
For detailed Information, rates, etc., call un or address
F. C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
In Social Circles
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Pagan are i
in the Royal fit*    al    preaent     D
Pagan   is   li ag  the  caaee  "f
'.hp numerous ... - nf i>phot I al
I esenl in the city, The) are visiting
hfi   and Mra, J. 3. Clute al i".ii: >lew.
Mil. ���'       . ,
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MbW Mass E. Hi
Rtckman, ' Mrs.    Dutl Mtas
Pi ��� le;   vocal   s.ilns.   Mist   \    I .
Mlt     n i ion,    Mt-   . Miss
Clute,  Mis-   Mm.an ���   i .��i',   Bi     \
FUGUT1VE
CAPTURED
Vancouver Detectives Am -i
Negro   Wanted   on
Murder Charge.
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Jackson an I  \    ���   on   , . :, ,, ��,
Mr. (1. Jardine spent Sundaj In tho E. White, Mr. v. C   B  mai v  thm
city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. t.yle,  Mr. E Butherland.   The Invited guests been madi        \ .,  ,, ,
��,  , Mrs    m    \t    . ,   ��� .'      \| .
Wolfenden, M      V. McCs     M      '.   r
���i.   Mrs   Crelghton    Mis   Payne,
Mt -   Oraeme,  Mrs   Fa* in   (Vli ti lis >.
Mi s. Diamond, Mrs   C   P   Moss . \ an
��� ouver), Miss beam;     Mis',   c i on
Ml     Morphy, Miss Dohert) (Toro lo)
Mr. H. It. Skinner spent  Sundav In   Mlai  Llltooel   Armstrong,    Miss Vera
the elt) the guest of Mr. and Mrs a   Corbould, Mrs Charh ran, Mlas Murii .... '.....,
Cotton, Mr. .1. Leamy, Mr 0 !or
I'liiii.i. Mr. C, English, Mt r Stevarl
Mi   J, \   Diamond and Mi   Mar��l t
Royal avenue,
Mi-s Clute ipenl  the week end In
Vancouver the gueal of Mr. and  Mrs.
C. Janlon.
Malini, Royal avenue.
inri'si   ts   .-   most    ii. .
rolorr.1walt.-i
the   II, .     -.' ....
' stabbed    in ther ��>u.
��� ':  the hoti'   with ratal const qui \ ���
I'l"'   t ��� illci    ' 4   ��., |  ,
Mr. 11. 0, and Miss Brown are
comfortably settled bow In theli new
lence on Third avenue Their
former resldeni e on Second streel ii
occupied bj Mr. ind Mrs A M
Maltna.
Mr. S.  Doyle ol  Si attic    spent  Ihe
ik ''ini in the cltj the gui it ol Mt
M. Engllah, Roj ui avenue
and Mrs.  v Maltns enterta'ned
'���   dinner on  Sunday    evening    the
.   ���   ������   being   Mt      Pagan   iVIcl
'���ii<-  Martin,  Mr, li   it   Skinnet   and
Mr   M, s. Campbell i Vancouvoi I.
or on  I , ���   ���.
son and   Vi   ���    on wi . ���   .- ,
���   hunt.    The)  wati in a all the tt|
proai'   - to British Col mil ���..,  and ..
let  .i i lose wati h main    ai d on t! -
Miss Marguerite Dohi rt) ol ron ato etween \  i n ���    , .
;    in  the clt)       M        Dohert     vlll  vv "hlngton,   iui led   In   li i
her brothot  Di   Doherty, me ileal  Ml" '     ' ' ' ��� ��� ��� '   ���
��� Intendenl of the : rovlni lal ���.%..,-
1'ii.ii for tl"   I " ""'���..,.
man win
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The man) friends oi Mrs  J   Hirold  ,'""1  :,!   ���'    ��*��ill  i ".i
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Lewis      ���     .   ni.' 1  in
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and   Doti
Mill     111 I       .
at   luncheon  on   Sunday
ili'iii-i'  on   Royal   Bvonuo,
in   theli   clsoo   .:..: he)
Atflon     nn   tl       Miss 1 iea Is lis
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Spring  Goods
Arriving Daily
Summer Blouses, Summer Whitewear and Shirt-    ft
waist Suits. ���
Prices Reasonable and to ��
Suit All Purses	
Make a selection now while the stock is new.    9
' ln>i a l  .���'���' it ���  "' ���"  Ml   -  M.irlIn,
ss    M.  Dobert)     CPbronto),    Ml
He,   Mr.   (���:.   Jardine   i Vancouvi t i,
Doherty,  Mr,  Daniel,    Mr.    C. i;.
ni'   and   Mr.   s.   m;iinw;uim Joh
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Mr. and Mi i, F. B. Lyle have ��� i ten
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'   pli I '������   Mr. and  Mrs.   \   tt. flot
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Mr. M, T. Campbell wai
iiy im Sunday and was the gue
Mr, and Mrs. A. Matins, Qu
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Ill   the
A few Winter Blouses, v hile they last,
from 50c to $2.75.
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Just Arrived
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Columbia St. A. J. Birtcn
....CALL ON.,
f.A.Muir&Co.,
Large shipment ot
PHARMACEUTICAL RaCVClC
and
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
CHEMISTS for
Mr, s. Miiinwiii iim .iiiiiiiKim arrived
in the city UiIh morning and will be
the gueil  (if  Mr. unit  Mrs. .1. s. Clute
al "Falrview" for a few dayi,
LOOKS   FOR   REVELATIONS.
Jerome  Expects to  Learn  a  Lot  From
Bertha Clache.
One  nl   :li"
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It  is ������ ii i iir"   Payloi - in. Un
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iii" occurrence, dropped di id,
ESCAPES  FROM  CAPT0W8.
Kidnaped   Boy   Steals   Away   and   H--
turns  to  His  Father.
Now Vint.. March 7 Antonio llos
7.11(11. Hi.- 11 vi'in "id boy ��iiii was
kidnaped  last   Sunday  and  held
Perfect
Bicycles
Cull and look over the stock before
purchasing elsewhere.
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Ellard Block, |ALEX SpECK
Mrs. a. 10. Oraeme entertained at
dinner on Monday evening. Coven
were laid for His, the guests t "iim
Mi and Mrs. a. Mallni mid Dr. and
Mrs. Pagan, Victoria.
The many friends nf Mr, C,
Major will regrel to learn thai ha
confined to the limine by illness.
tor
his
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New  York,  March
greateal  upheavals In the hlaton   of (30,000 ransom, returned alone 1
the police department is prediotul -is home  today,    II"  escaped  Iron
the  eventual   resull   nf   the  trUI   ol captors, h" Bald, by stealing ou
Bertha  Clache,  who  yeiterday after- room  above a  saloon  In   Fifty-nlulh
iKinii |ii":iii"(i guilty of manslaughter Ini streel today, while one nf his ctpier*
ihe drat degree for killing Bimll I ui who had been lefl alone to guar! Mm,
iiidii.                                            ' turned his luiclt fm b moment
iiisirici   Attorney  Jerome  wil'  se lie told how in- wai terorlied luto
"lire her testimony in tii" Investlga wrltlnt a  letter to bli  father, John
(i linn of grafting In Hi" police depnrl Boisuffl, a nffiait stdi' banker, Inform-
iH in,-ni. iim him thai  180,000 muil  be      A,
ii whs in order to allow the girl no- and thai if the polloe were Infni ted
portunlty to teitify and reveal wlial iii�� Uf" would be taken.
On Thursday evening Hi"  Musloal sin- knows of grafting policemen nnd One of the men, he laid   t"1"- ���'' n
club of this city met al the reild mee their   methods   thai   Justice     Da'iN revolvet   against his head and cotv
of Mri. Homer on Third avenue.   Fach poitponed  her isnten intil  Mt   'i manded him f* write the lettt      \f ���
member brought  a Mend or frtmds 29,   Between now and then the Invtn-1tor  thin  episode,  according Id '">���
New Westminster, - - - B. C c
Columbia  St.        Sign, Man on Wheel.
i  must   enjoyable  evening  watt tlgntlon will start,
htiy'w story, h" was treated klulfi
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member!   may   be
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Hoistnes,
Tablets, tombstones, Ht
S;��   Ml ts:~ aster,   B.  C.
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I Northern Pacific i
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Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dail>
N   RIH       ASTI UMJTED"
Electric-fight     train.* Lea Rata ���
v,--.... Tine. -        est Set
New York. Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
an:   AIL I    BJTS EA5T
3 - - . - - - : I . - -1-   a sale I   iD Burc-
peai 1   -���_-.
5:;: 2.     F;;.:;;    Rates   Round   Trif
"i'.'.s   ::   Seutherti   Cs   'crnii.
For .... :r.i\T���:   - call an at write
C. E. LAN        -rtrril Agent,
-     East Dgs -       - . -r  B. C.
A. D.    HAKL1   :-.
-. .- .   ��� .-- A. G. P. A.
Notice of Meeting
7     v."    :-;.  ;-; -   .   r^-or:
We -        --
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Kensington. En*   -
B 7   5. Annan
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P. '���������'   V way.        P. Pei    ��� ���
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Henry Schaaki       :
John c. Digby.      J  :-:
Petei D S. '" irtia.
J.  S.  Henderson.    V.'.  E.  P.roar..
It; accT'iar.ee with the
sition, I hereby call a meeting
ratepayers   for   the
said meeting to be held in the r,
chamber on  Tuesday.  th>
-.:  ��� p. m.
W.  H. KEARY.  Ma:
BuildingSite
$400.00
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City baB, March
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Bad with the]
' de
1 - Wi  lo not ��-
1   ���     '   ���  :   .   ���'. --���  ..-������.���   la this
right ��t.;ch allow.  ���
I HI    i-iCh of ���: tad to��
Mi    7 ;.*���-:.'      .;dnlon
We h
ie��.|.~ t tor        r .      aiaciora
si ��� Tdlag to their convic-
-n laid the foui
for s the i migh*
'  ���  manr o'
bx '��� I ���       : they did.
��� .  ' -.-��(. nan
��� ->s to make and
It would take
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'������ ��� ���
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F i'revtr.  in Danger,
ilul'j.   Mar'h   i ���A   hi
-   alght sad teat      ���  '
it  a  numher    of    Japanese  Dal    .
wh'.ch   were   unable   to   make
One ha.*     - r. M -r. out in the
tarei ���.   .le up and two
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SENATORS   APPOINTED.
Vopcrtees    for    Feu'    Vacancies    In
Uooer   Houses   Named.
'' 7 ����� . of thi four
'      -..'terta
.-..--.���. ..-. -.
,-- :. ��� ������;.; ot Peter Tai-
N    P    ' -   Btl    -    aa,  and   Dr.
-   ��� I M   P  for Baal
Ot  Toronto.  ; :���
������ compaay, was app
I
i'.iiev  will  be cali��) ���
I the Hon. Wir.
��� ���    r. ��
Dspa't-i-snt ef MiUt.a ana Defence.
New  Westminster.  B. C.  Rife  Range.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
ftgAiran TEXDEBa, marked on
-.-    '.   :. .--   '.:"'������������ :.
:. .:.:���:    N- *    "..��� -���-.
t thi  Militia
Headqaartera, Ottawa, w.
-    ���     ������ .    ,:.-;i   r.r.-'L.   :V~   :.*������    A; -
proxtmc    for   ihe-   cor.����rT!Ctlon   of   a
.    a-. Near V. -    -   ;      -. B. C
Plaju - - - :
1
trict officer coi
-���   Victoria;  Lieut-Col. J. C. v.
Si a -  ler, B. C. is I -
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-.wa.
-. ���    .   -     e on a ton
meat
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 ml    '���.-.-
[ the Hoi e tl
f Militia and De'
1 not bti
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Ottawa, Fahnaary it. '. - ���
For Sale
Half Carload, No. 1 feed
or seed oats shipped from
M< osejaw, Samples to be
>etn at this officejor at H.
T. Kirk's Hardware Store.
Peter  Warren.
FASHION
Feed, Sale and Livery
STABLES
Latest Sty!�� in Rubber Tired
Hacks and Rigs.
W. LYLE & CO.
PROPRIETORS
I   r. ������.handC'arr.a.vonSu. i    -.- V.
10 ACRES
OS
J    PT. MOODY  ROAD,
BURNABY
Good Land "
$600.00
A.F.Vr HtT^, 260 Columbia St.
Synopsis   of   Cana-i:n   Northwed
HOMESTEAD REGULATION
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Entry may be
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the ba        litoate,   -
itei lei   '��� - -���     be may.  t
the Ministei    f the Inter-
t:j��a.    the    Col
Immigrat        '-'. ���- ipeg    -  ��� ���
a?ent receive snthority  for KM
��� - entry for him
The homesteader is required I    pei
f"rm the cnditicini ciprected thei
���    tnder one of tbe I
' 1 '   '-.���  'eait  lis -fence
i   -������'��� rat'  ii    f the     -,d in
;.rar for three yean
(a) !���' th' father for mother, if the
- ���(. de-e����e'      I the I    m< -:"ader
re��ide'   -,:pon   a   farm   in   the   i
���  >  hr-.d entered  for  the  rcqutre-
meru u ti re��idence may be satisfied
person residing     -    the fa-
thet    ���  nt  ther
the tettler has I i tiermanent
residence  upon  farmine  '������
by vrn in the vicinity of hi' hotne-
remenl
may   I - -
thi 1    I land
c ��� -     ths' notice h .   ' ould
������, r   - - ���   i >i�� r
minion I.?nd�� at Ottawa ol	
to apply for patenr
\Y \V rriRV
Deputy Minister of the  I	
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II
"The Milwaukee"
'The P.onee: Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago. "Sheet Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Karsas City to Chicago
any
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meat  that    f the .      Mil
waukee  &���   St    Pin'  Railway
���\n  and operate their own  keeping
and dining 	
-e-oce not obtainable ���   ���
Bert' ���    ���   their sleepers art
higher and wider thr,: ��� cars
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their tt It Sysl
-    n   made   with   all   tran--
continei Union ! ���
H   v ' irent
I Third -   :   ������
W. N. Draper
Provincial
Land Surveyor
Cllard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Malms, Coulthard I Co.
-e'ess :-5     P-   inthref s:s
Announcement
For First Class   Repair   Work
die Me a  Trial.
WA TCHES,
CLOCKS
JEWELLERY
Any make or design I   si repair tt and
0 i- - t g --. is r-.-
Horace Dorer,
Late of T r rey's.
1 Street,       NextTrat     -'
WHEN  GOING EAST
������THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
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Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
TH
i light
both elect] - moat
T.nated   tram    in   the
iists     I
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16  section  sleepers. - - .
ir, reclining -      - is fi
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brary and  - ���  airing
-   . rabies,
���;-���-   aformaUon    .      ���    -    rrire
F. W. PARKER.
I '      '  .- ' ST
-_., 5 Seattle, \\
Spokanei alls &NortfeeriRy. Co.
Nelson I. W Sbeppard R.. Co..
redMo'.-'sinRv.Co.
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Stwdmsn by Royal Warrant la Hit  Wa,..'.  K,ng Eiward   it/
CATALOGUE OF
Sutton's Seeds
Ready for Your Selection:
\EGETABEES
GARDEN    ft-t
Sattoa
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Sutton's li i-.rancniag.
BRUSSEL'S    SPROUTS.
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Butt .-. - .-; in ail aa.
GARDEN   UAOESAOt.   .
Button*! 1
Satton's li
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Sntl      - Dwarf    Green    Curled
Savoy.
S itums t^te urumnead -.-.
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CAPSICUM    AIMU   CMICi.
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Toiracco.
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Button's
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Plat
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.Sutton 1   V' II iw.
GARDEN  TURNIP
Satton's Early Baowl
S      ��� B - In    r-,.. I    trao^ta Jelly
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Sutton's Gordon Swede.
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luttoi
pTjiiini.->p  Suttoa's Brilliant, '���'. v- :
;t ���: idc Ini   But to   -'.   nt  f ���
Kh'��i.-in'he.   Stitiiin'r   Lartca-nos
Mixed.
Riclinis   - Planti.   Butt
t. .nt.
real ted
Rudbeckta, Button"! Oolden But
Ball 9 I   t'.tan-..   Mixed.
��� -  Scarlet.
~       ���     lOermani, Sutton .-
red, Mix-I
s-:,-,,.,. pianLButton'i SU
.. Ten-week, Button'! Gt��ut par
feci Ion.
Stoc^. Button'! Ql-ani BaxUab r>r<��1>i>'
Mixed.
Silent.S.ititm's Pink.
Bunflower,  Button'i Giant  Slnglf'
At Brackman-Kcr Milling Co, m
FRONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER
And at Mrom subagt nets. Plrait cut this out for reftr""'
B, K. HI
Sutton'i   .
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ge-floa
tuft. Sutton'i
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Mix THURSDAY.   MARCH   8.   1906
THE DAIUN   NEWS
Cut Prices...      Local News Briefly Told
To Introduce
Stransky's Agateware
���^u" 50 Per Cent.
See Display and Prices in Window
Kirk's Hardware.
MACKATS
Books. Stationery, Fancy
Goods, Small Wares, Etc.  i
from.
Thousands ct writing  pads   in   stock.       Over   50   kinds   to   select      J
Hundreds  of  papeteries. dozens of  kinds.
We raise the quality of our   stock.     We   hold  the  prices down. j
J. J. MACKAY & CO.,
Wholesale and retail.
L'JS   Coiumcia   Street.
;���.>;
;���;
!  W. E. FALES
i Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc. 3
I L. 1 j
!���.     Wall Paper,       Linoleum,       Oilcoths,       Carpets, a
;.; Perambulators, Etc., Carpets Sewn and Laid. B
:���; Undertaking in all its branches promptly attended to. |
li Picture Framing. |
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;���' Columbia Street.     -     Telephone 176. 8
8 ... X
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS IN TOWN
s����ssBsss��sssssBsss��BsssBss*s*ssssBisssstasMB��SSS
S. J. DAVISON
ESTABLISHED 1895
Manufacturer of Harness and Saddlery
Front St. next Daily News
Now Westminster,   - B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions.
IT. J. Trapp & Co, W- I
Headquarter! for
Farming Implements
and Machinery	
ij Complete line t>r Carriages and Farm Wagon
!���: Hardware, Stoves and Ran   i
y Auction Sale every Friday  al the Market Square.
I
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.,
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Saat cot     a)  ��il
'        \\  ''I-''.   It,
-
J.  B hal has   I   two
he ��� rest <orn<r
. :..   \'.     Dol
Co   pu
\       ern  from i i V islt
yesterday,
C. P. R     t . . .��� lived
car load! ol   iii"  direct   from
Chinese iat
' hanta.
ft. J. Rl'        n, l he Rj;
,- Mills has b' ,i few
.: ���    He spen Is  i lev.
hours each il Dfflce
Mr   McF coi       Ing (-licit-. ���
tor Hi" A   it  t'   I'.ick,  i: t'.    la .
od li     .......   ' line ilie put 'ii-
���ii nf the finishing touches to the
company's boats, the Mora and Phoenix, which are tied  up hero.
Evangelistic services will lv V. be
conducted in the nets Gospel hall, cor
net Blxth and Ninth sreeti by Mr K
Stack, ii converted Huiiar, Bunday,
Man h II, at T p, m. and week following, nlghtl) ai 8 p. in "\t-"i>i Bai
unlay, You are cordially Invited to
attend. Hymn honks ->..>^ i.'.<>-t_ Nn
collection. *
The Utile Bteam tug Milkmaid r
iiirne l toda) from u trip to Pill l.t'e
mil vlclnit)-. Her object was to find
n suitable location for sonic Anc-ii
'-an capitalists, who are looking fur
good timber Investments on this sl-le
of the line
Ra) An'iiii ��as badly hogget on tho
Johnson road on his way in from
('(iniiiir's logging camp today. He had
in leave his wagon behind htm and
walk lino town with ills horses covered wiili mud, nii'l their harness a"
smashed  up,
Hear B. Slack, a converted I his
Bar, preach In tii" new- Gospel hall,
corner  sixth  and   Ninth   streets,  on
Sunday,  March   II.  at   7  p   in. or an\
night  during following week al  8 p,
ir.       You    afc    cordially    Invited    v>
tune.    Hymn books rovlded.   No colli'.ti.ui.
Yon are heartily ln\it"'l to attend
i series of evangelical meetings in
he new gospel hall, corner Sixth ami
Ninth street, conducted by Mr. E,
���sunk, a converted Hussar, Sunday,
M ucii 11, at r p, m. Week following
B n. iii. H) inn i ooka provided. No
collection. '
The I ��� lies' .. Il
-
of     M:s     Junes      \i  Ii   - I
'
��ill co toward! -����� i   ing t
"f the Ri ral C
. !'..;
���
.   . ���
I     '        . "nielli
the   K. \    \
of the
S<   ! '.'    ���    '"
of  Ihi   .      ���      Ri i    W    H    B
(lough
The   S Backl
Compat
-.  yi
nu  all  tht
lumber  the)   out   In  ��� xt< idlni
own a hai rea ai '.'',.   ��
of Installing mm
ed and the mill ��
. ,,
The  pool, wl
Hard  turnament    ��hh h  has  been  In
ime     inn-   SI     T    t ���
ci'iu club, have now - eahci d ihe
tiiuii siate    The
through  been   of  n   moat    ���   ���  i
character; about  fort)  havi   been en
gaged in the games and a numbe< ���'
spectator! have cloael)  wai, hcl their
development,   li  Is expected thai thi
i.aim's win wind up tin- week
The Eva, owned b) an Austrian al
Ton Guichon, pulled up to tho sit,
at the foot of Begbte streel this tow
'inn,   tow ins     ���      scow    loaded    'Vltli
lumber  and  a  donke)   engine     Th"
Eva i< under charter b)   the ne-v'N
formed   Llltooel     Lumber    Cotupxnj
Ltd.    An  Interview   with  C,  Seiko..
the   manager   of   the   nea   comp.inj
elicited ih" facts that th" donke) ��� n
gtne is to be tun Into immediate nsi
in the company's timber elalmi, and
thai the work of erecting buildings Is
in tie commenoed at once,   They in i
|ios(< putting in s complete, tnedmi't
sized plant, Including a ihlngla oul
ting outfit, and hope tq be ready fi-r
buaineaa b) the lal of May,
The steamer Corsair, which for
mine years figured "a iii" Harrison
lake and river, is now no more. She
lias emerged from ih" dry dock like
a phoenix from Hi" ashes, wit li a new
name,  new  color,  new   machinery  ant
with thirty re"! added to her length.
'i Belllngham firm, the Baltham, Miller     I'o..     has     purchased     her.    and
wrought this transformation upon her.
The Baltham, Miller Co, are putting
a considerable amounl of money Into
th" Harrison district, and in addition
lo their own work, will do a conitd
erable tranaporlalon bualneai ou the
lake and river The Cheam, as the
vessel is now called, arrived here last
night to have her hull Inspected.
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'���*'���   COLUMBIA  STREET, NEW   WESTMINSTER. C. C.   fi
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The Leading Jeweler
Everything In the Icwclcry Line
Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Etc.
Cut Glass an 1 Ebony Goods
MOVING THRONG
Some of the People Who Come and Go and Some
the Things They Say and Do.
t
A   .i. Joll)  returned horn" to Lang j    J. li. Gourli t returned home to Nl
ley on the Ramona this morning,       comen this morning on the Ramona.
Mrs.    Rourke    roturned    home   to  l!" had I ti (town river on a horin
Whonnoclt this morning, a paBBonger purchasing expedition, bul found thai
on the Ramona ' v"''v   fl'��   I '   horsei  were  in  the
0.   s.   Perrli,   proprietor   of   th'"'"���|!'1-1'1-
Commercial hotel i.:   Lacvley,  was a      Mi    ind Mis   Mclnlyre, formerly of
passenger up rlvei thla morning. Ladners,  came   In   on   the  Transfer
Thomas    Preemun    returned     lail   ;:,i-  r"lr " end  will  leave by tbe
���M'liinR from Yi.iiiia. where he went firs boat   tor  the Chllllwack district,
io purchase stock  tor the Steamboat   where  they   prt si
Exchange.
iii".. in' s" residing in future, in i'"' hold "f the vessel were
i heir household effeoti, Ini ludlng n
handsome te im of working hot ie
Mr, Mclntyre Is embarking In agrl
cultural enterprises and proposea be
Ini; on thi ground Boor with the ion
Kim's work.
W, Brandrtth, secretary of the Fruit
Growers' assot'-tlon, came in from
Ladnera ttala morning,
li   \v.  m lewlt '..  i presenting one of
tho  Vancouver     Blcal    Instrument
li in . ci  in  from  Ladnera on the
Transfer this forenoon,
B, Wllburg, of th" iir mof Wilbugr
fi Woi;'.. cigar makers, lias hem In
Vancouver for the pail Hire" days on
., business trip.   He is expected home ��lnnln- ' '"     Tl"' v'*"k "r W
v. w. Booion returned homo Lo
Bomon'i landing this morning. Mt
Bomon'n property is in the Pitt Mea
(lows   district,   which,   li"   says,   Is   li"
Suitable ,       jti  occasions
w. c. chamberl:n,
( oliimlil.i   Slre.*'.t.
Mutual   Life  Assurance
Co. of Canada
Ainouiit of Policial now in forceexeeedi |44.utM),tlO0.O0
Amount ol Assets, legitimate n nd solid, now BXCeMI... ,fVlUUU,UUO.O0
This is a company ot polioy-holderi, by policy-holders, tor policy-
holders.
til It Mill IU;      1 ne targe!t  amounl   Of Assurance for the   Least
Possible Outlay.
S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone 85.
onlght.
Ills Lordship Bllhop Darl ami Mrs.
Dart, arrived home last evening after
a somewhat  lengthy abience   in thi
.   t-.isi   ami   111   ilie old   OOUnty,     For  the
presenl his lordihlp is n guest at the
Guichon.
i''rceiniiii Kdiiy. foreman of thi si
Mam;'! cannery, is confined to hit
home on Eighth strut witi a mild ai
tack of diphtheria.   This li thi third
Ui   in   thi    tune   household   within
i the  last   six   mouths.
Ing is being cart i"'i on Hms bi Inglni
land Into mt" which hal hitherto I	
useless. Experience has alread) prov
ci thai Hi" land is or flni class qual
ity, and win eventually blooms ri
cognized us on" of tii" agricultural
oentrei of 11��� ��� - provlnoe,
The following are nglitind -it the
(iUlohon hotel; A. Alu'inl'lein, Vim
COUVir; ChaS, F. Brown, Huston, Muss
0*0, Thlrkl", Liidtier; Miss Thlrkl".
Ladner; W, Wllkle. I .angle); W. I'Vin
tor. Mllllldl; lllsh(i|i unit Mrs. iiarl
city;   John   Tnilnor.   Viinciniver;      f
A Splendid Buy ...
fi Acres, North Arm Road,   1   Acre   in   Fruit,   f,   Roomed  Cottage,
Stable and Chicken House (new). Bathroom.   Fine place for fruit or
chicken ranch.    Enquire about ttm    11800- Half Cash.
TO RENT
160 acres in t'oojiiitlam, large house in Bond shape, barns, etc., 20
acres under fenced fruit, trees. Can he rented for H years reasonably.
Also a number of rattle and horses on ranch which arrangements can he
made for.
McLEOD, MARK & CO., Real Eitate and Insurance, fttSfflt
II. McGregor and Mrs. McGregor, of, rengelly, Winnipeg; Carl A. Bttttlr.
Ladniri, were passengers on the Anacortes; I'litil Hwerison, VVesihnri-
Tl'anifaT  to  this City  this  morning.     |'aland;   9.   BaXtlT,   Vletorln;    N'vllle
H. Klrklantl and W. Ilevelston ,of Smith and son, Chllllwaek; II. S
Weithan Island, were passengers on' Hradley, /Miae.ortes; C. A. Dizell
the Transfer this morning. Portland, Ore.;  W. II. Oavus, Mt. Ver
Mrs. Williamson came In from the mm; A. Dyers, Seattle; Paul Ogllvle
lilerles on   the  Transfer  today. Vancouver;     0,   II.   Hooth,  .losonhlne
W. Morrison, a Vancouver comme' lincon, John 8. Hale, Miss Ogrten
elnl man, was a passenger to up river I Miss Fllohland. "Way Down East"
points on the Ramona this morning.    Co.
Advertise in the News
IT PAYS
Sv   . pi v  ,-:   Kf)-t:'.ati.-ins  let   Pispcaal
ol   Mir.ctais on  Dominion   l,��n.ls in
Manitoba, the Nonhenn TwiUoilai
and the Yukon Trrritory
nM      I ��� ni.i\     l-c    pat
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J-.ji
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tin
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nc at
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fractii
-
\; ���       ���   m hi  expended "it
the   . . or paid to  Ihe
mining ret thereof. Wl
$500 ha ��� I"' 'i cxpci di 'I ��� i paid, tie
P i may, upon having 1 irve)
made and upon 1 nmpl) ing w ith othet
requirements, purchase the land al
$1 00 an t re
i\ 1 mi ��� ��� 1111] be v.! ���'"'' d b) tin
Miniatei ol t1"' Interioi to locati
claims ��� nntainins iron and mica, alao
copper, in tl"- N ukon Territot). nl bii
aic.i not exceeding too ai re?
Tin-  patent  tot  a mining  I"' iti
shall provide for the payment  ol t
Royalt)  "i  ���''    pet  .'"it   "i  the  aalt -
o| the product! ol  the location
pi ul 1; minim; Manitoba and
,1,,. \ \\ T. excepting the Yukon
Tcrritor) Placer mining claims gen
, 1 >)\ are 100 feel iquarc, enti) tee
$5, renewabli yearl) On the North
Saskatchewan Rivet claims m<- either
bai "t bench, the formet being too
iei long and extending between high
���i,,,i low water mark The latter In
eludes bai digginga, but extends back
to tin- base ol the lull 01 bank, not
exceeding 1000 teel Where steam
power Is used clatmi aoo feel wide
max in- obtained
iiK-ilntnc. in the Rivet - ol Manitoba
and the N W T. excepting the Yu
k"ii Territot y \ tree miner ma) ob
t.uii only two lei -' - "i five miles each
foi ,, term ol twent) years, renew
.,1,1,- in the discretion ol the Minlstet
o( the Interior
Tin- lessee's righl 1- confined to Ihi
submerged beds ni bat ��� -t tl"' rivet
i,, low on low �� iter mark, and sub
,,, 1 to the rights n( all pet mns who
Ini,., or who ma) rei ��� ivi enti it foi
1,,, diggings ni l" ni li clatma, except
,.��� the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge i" high watt 1
mark nn each alternltivc leaaehold
The I'T-i-o thall have p dredge In
operation within one seaaoii from the
date of the lease tut Bit h five mile 1
i,,ii where a person, or company h is
obtained mbrc than one li ih one
dredge tot c it li fifteen mile ��� or trac
tiim thereof Is iltffti ieiil Rental, $10
per annum for eat li mile 01 rivet
leased. Royalty at the rate ������( two
and a half per cent 1 ollei te.l 011 tl"
output  aftet  ii  cxi ceda $10000
Dredging In the Yukon Territory
Si\ leases "I five miles each mas be
ci anted to 1 free miner I  term ol
jo vent -; alio 1 enewable
The '��� iee's milii i-t confined to the
..nine.'!,.. ,1 in 01 b 11 ��� iii the rivet
below low watet mark, thai bottn
dory to be lixrd by It! po iltlon oh the
isi day "i Augusl In tie yeai ol the
date of the |eo ie
The  It et   shall have  "ne  dredgi
in operation within two years from
the date ol the lease, and one dredge
foi eat h five in lei within lis yean
from sut li 'I ite Rental $100 pi 1 mile
fur t>iM yeai and $10 pel mile lor eat li
subsequent ������> at Royall ������ imi 1
placer mining
Placi t mining In the Yukon Tel
rltory Creek, guli h, river and hill
, i,1,,11 shall noi exceed 'So feel '"
length, measured 011 thi ba 1 line 01
general direction ol tin- creek 01
guli h, the width being from  i""1 to
 i      m;  "iim   placir  elalmi
hall i"   150 feel   quare
Claims  are  marked   by   two ligil
po is.   .11 in. ii end, bearing no
tii ea Entry must le- obtalnid within
ten day-  if tin' 11111111  is  within It n
in i'    oi the mining 1 It r's offlt 1
1 im- extra day allowed f"t eicli ��ddl
tii.ti.il ten unlet m fraction
���| in- pet--.ii "i ' "ini'.iiiv staking 1
claim muii hold a In i mlnit'i cet
hi"  lie
The    di-Kiveril    'M   a    tl' w    tlllllf    is
entitled to ��� claim ol  1000 (mi  In
length, aind II il"- PVty ' omliti ol
two.  I.irst (rrt  .iltogt-tlii-r.  00  Ih It
put OH whith ii" roy:ilty shall I"
. Iiargt-d the rill "f thr parly "nlm
iry claims only
I im v (ai |io    Royalty at thi r iti
of two and "in- li it) V ' I ''"��� OT the
value ol the -J. iM lhlpp*d ir"tn the
Yukon   Ti-rrit'.ty   IO   hr   paid   t"   the
eomotrollet
No free nrnrr ��hltl r'-( eivp a gt ml
of more lli.-in one iriinnig tlaiie on
each separate river, rrrck or gulch,
but the surne miner may hold any
number ol claims by purcba'f. and
free miners may work their claim'
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $���.. A claim may be
abandoned ami another obtained on
the saint- creek, gulch or river, by
giving  notice and paying  a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the Value of at least $.100.
A certificitc that work has been
done must be old 'ine.i dich year; if
not, the claim shall be deemed to be
abandoned, anad Open Jo occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having ��� survey
For Good Values
^v ���   ���   t ivm   to  ain.t- s gnc
tot    ever)
*'' standi
and (Mi    |t
" ' .... ar ot
���
^'v ' and
1    .
!      II 1 'S r LUNIll m    IMPomilrYl,
I     J36 te 242 Columbli     ���     111 U   Mt   1   or,!   St Mt   ,������.,���   ,. , , ,
N ��� w\   \n tttminti
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Are you the lucky one ?
WIINNIINis   M   Mlil R
16,758
The person holding the above ticket will please claim
the machine ;is Boon as possible,
GEO. ADAMS.
I*iilili��   Slippl>  SI��>|'4'
t iihtmlii.i SI.
FRESH GROCERIES
we aim to keep our stock recall never buying more than ws n
quire for Immediate sale
\\ ������ ii;t\ e ntcc fresh
Bvaporated Prunea Bvaporated   tpples
i-'.vapttititeit sVprlcots Bvaporated Peaches
Try n pound of our fresh Ground Coffee at  Wc Ib
Ti\ a pound of Minuciia Tea nt IBc lb., t" out Bpeclal i "i at
aSC or il lbs. for |1.00
The City Grocery,
Telephona B7.      ....      mimmsm, hi vns.
The Lion Brand of
KNICKERS
.lust placed in stock a complete Una of these celebrated
goods.   Pants all made with double seats and knees.
Prices--60c, 75c, 90c, $l and $1.50
Wc also tarry other brands of boy's pan!;. tn tweed
and moleskin, lined throughout, all sizes 26 to ���'>'���'<
50 Gills the Pair
PHILLIPS,The Cash Cl0thier
made and publishing  notices In die
Yukon   I Mortal   Olllttl
Pi ttoli'iim    \ll   unapproplated   Do
minion lands In Manitoba, Ihe North
uesl    I ' l HtOI " ���   ""I   '-. Il llln  'I"-   Vlll "ii
I i ttiforv. ate Opifl I" ptroipi' tin
ie li'.li'iiiii,    mil   II"    in"!'   " i    i"i'    '���
��� i ���. ���   for an Indl ��� i'1",] 01 	
having   nee bltll I v   "It   (111    laid   I"   I"
proapei ted, an ire t "f 10 ���" n i ���
". I.  p< i lod  ������������  !"���  ei 11 di  Id*,  the
length "' v. in. li shall  v. (.,-.i tie ".���
times tin- briadth     Bhould (hi
i" etoi   'i "i   '"I    'I   pi) Ing   qn in
title*) and   il   I ii '  rllj '  tabl   I
i 'it, an ini noi '���"tedlng 640
    nu billing   thr    ���
old la thr ptoipit (of  it ihe 1 1
<l    111   111 re.  ind   the   n 'ie I'll,.!   rMiffid,   mrrWly,   1 1S0    1
will he sold at Ihe rate ol $t M
Itlbjll I I" royally at IU  h I ttl    '
hr  Ipll ilo'd  by  ' Ifdl '   '"   I   "iticil
\V   V\   (DRY.
Ileputy  of  the   Minister   "f   the   Interior
llepl   Interior
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONR \H. <  VRt ROSS,   \T1.IN.
WHITE    HORSE,    DAWSON   and1
I'AIRMANKS.     Daily   trains   (except!
Sunday)    carrying    passengers,   mail.
express    and   freight    i-"iineet    with
.1 ,g s at  ( arcross and  White Horse.
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.   II.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Mackiiinmi  llldg.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Business
Chances
YW have listed-With
us for quick '^iile, one
good paying hotel, skew-
in": a profll of from $6,-
iiiiii to $8,000 per year;
likewise a Naeksmith
business, restaurant and
general store business.
We can demonstrate
to you that there is
money being made in
each business.
Farms to Rent
We have two good farms
to rent. One on the
Delta, the other in Surrey. Particulars at our
office.
f. J. Hart & Co, Ltd.
��� THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906
TOWN OF WnRDNER
FATEFUL    YEAR.
Lrtuv'
OYS NOTORIETY
Landau    TH    S ��� t s    =��� e: 2   s    G - _ ; s: ~ e
affa -   cf   S:~e   Yea-s
A^o.
Mare)
.   and  Su.
-
is    located
only reas.:\  ai
for itaaU
aide  n   .-.-ion.     Ar.
appearing  in  the    Londt.r. -
in      ed t       ���   ���   -   -
��� teat ' ���-- .ants of the
to-src  an   occurrence  wUca
Baach 'o do with Th-
:r.? of of the place
disco-. ba  great  c;:
���  the article was no  tail
-   -    .:. ;   ':.-   - ���- al   -
in the days wh-     ���-���   |  wa
- -    imp of th- ���
and  when
jtenin--   .--���--   --       of tl
The article Is entitled    Microtjes aa
Boast    Rasa.
tainments," and  '
nt   Dance
. h has so shoo.
-���    ���
eacl
neat of
form of rr.- -    froi      I    -
:       ...
I   not  long
f artists in M
nich.
'*��,-.<������   guest
��� -   tome   :.-'.,:;/   I    crimii nd ft
���
the walls of thi
��� ���-   ��� .
grisly etc*
lows were a    ttea
Sera
���
-
-
-
-
the ii -.
era an
"In w< net taste - 1
-   given   a- naug       ion  of
the  new   lovm
Idaho, son:- ;o.    The O]   -
of this ho.     of the
brated hy a re'- ed 1
tance given in the 1     -
attended by tcir. ipal jc.
habitants of the town.
"Coffins serve: ��� ��� tables and
seats for the giies-s; sandwiches wen
served 02 c< ?.:. ������ "���    -.
drunk   out   o*  tins,   similar  to  those
used for embalming Bo        od the cold
joints were Imposlngty and ten
ly arranged on the < - which
were  later   destined  to receive  dead
bodies.    In such a gmesome environment the fee-  tripped 11   ighl
the  laughter   ar. :       nTeraattoa   were
as gay  as if  the were
bower of ro ���
���.e  morgue  has long    -r -     een
given over to other ; .: but the
memory of that    night's    expeateneg
will live long in the mind* of -fee r%~
maining dancers who
in the gruesome affair,    tt   ti   -���
after the fir.-- fun I from
the place people shunned as some
dreaded spot and with the tbooj ��
in their minds of thi ��� - affair
always uppermost, the I is neas of the
so dwindled that t
was forced out of buatnesi   -
-1 tniled with er,; -   I
���    ' tbe tide bad
Mb - ���
Buccal rrence was -
; of and  in    all .
never ��� ���'     _���, .     .     for th
gruesoi
1
tl  ;
HE  FIRST  MEETING.
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;
-
1
I
���
���n effort ��� .
... . .....
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Mi
Mr.   ' .
ISLAND  LISTED  AS  SHIP.
���
���
.-i��   a   - - - '
captitn. and the met
'     ���
-
��� re arc
no rent ���   - ������ -    r taxei     Tl
and   herd'   arc   pub!- f,   and
the meat i- issued i:' ntions.    So are
the vegetables grown on the farm
auldinti   :'   ItOG   3-3   Their  C 3 - s ? i
F. e. ; a e -.
So mint      -  . - -.
5 ttut surely il enommat
- -
y thing :s 1
��� -
The -
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npon  mosi     .   -
" s. or the; moi
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ted trains
the people 1 9 I
and b - - - ������-.-.(   lisagi
feature -
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ly        - through ignor-
they hazard I
> of otheri
- - .    n trag    y, iron
- . ���     5 far       is appai
Tbe  -
ng of so n restores
into etei ry    warning
- tt    -   ���   1 1   -- - too territ .   -
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a be traced to 1 gii-
���' -.    - -   - rity and
.    -   . 1    protect tbe tires    ft
- -       - I��� - I -    r supervision there
��� -    (try ----- was
the  ��fl    lion thr    ..        11 r   rriminal
Unfortunate Corporations.
Var*  :��� -  --.   rations 1 iTe I een un-
. 1  ..,    .. .....    .   jjj(
number   ; misi  rtones that havi
taker, (hem     The query at
'-."- '     - yees the
be*t that     a be 1 through I
most g     -    s compensat   n ai
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best   a
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tor 1    -.     "���'���-
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a their I
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a si     icing I -       men.
���   ���     I rtesy 1 rieel
stranger ' < -    '
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king a, out
they I
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great 1 for - just
rteoui -       -
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thoroui
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New
Westminster
Boom!
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE CCWFORTASUE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY.
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\nd    all
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"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily  Overland Trains���2
B     ��� BI -.',.olis.
Win:.. 8
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F. C  QBTPFIN
N   ���������     -
S  '-,   't     . :��� -   '   0. P. A
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service BeUeen
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Grown,Why not We?    portland'Boston'
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Co'urrbia Coast  L -���_
Ser/ice.
TIME TABLtr
.-'.--      . 1  -.
VICTORIA-bMAI . 1.1.   ���
p   I
I.-���   . ���     ���'  -���   1 ���    .    .       ���:..
I.-   . ��� ���  '.
Arrive St   tt  ���
!������    ���   Seal ��� m.
Arr; ���    ; and 12      noon
Arriv.-  V.
VANCOUVEH-VICIOKIA    f."
S. B  Prin ���
Dally.
Leave  Vancouver 1  p.  m.
Leave Victoria 1 a.
VICTORIA-NEW   \s h>. 1 M. -. > 1 to
KUI  Ih.
Hilt.   1'HAK.Ml.K.
-
and  V-
Learaa New Westminster, ,
��� ��������������� ad Sal
1 tiling at Maynean d .-���  .- -
VAN' OUVER-NANAiMU   KUI
S.S.   -t'oHT.
���     '    .-
Saturday  B  a.  rn.
I>>.!.- - except
Satn 8
Satur
WES
S.  S. Queen C '.
'.    ���
'
und ��
'
���   -
Leave . ���
Bcott and
no.
���
Btean ifei
Other Cities  Have
AN   IDEAL  SMOKE.
The B. C. Ci?i: V   ���        - the only
fact  -     -  3. C. mannfae    ring . high
clear  Havana    .-       the "Br -
i*ctes"  :;...-  in  three     - :--       :-' :
���--':   -'.-.-:.-   -..-      ;:e  an
ideal smoke and equal I    thi
;   --- ;.
'
nd the H
TIME PROVIN
Also to 1 ' ' ��� -'-
ADELPHIA, via Niag .  .
GEO.   W.  VAUX;
eager  -. ��� ;   .
.-..  at, 135 Ada .-
Patronize  the   merchants  ot
the ROYAL CITY  .  .   .    .
���a)    r.aturaily follows::      What??
Satisfaction, of course, to every man
1      -:.     es the
B. C. and Old Sport Cigars
Mi:..'    ��� ;:��� .   by   'he   B.   C.   Cigar
Factory. New Wi stn inate    B. 1".    All
���    era handle these brands.
St      Doing Euscess at tre Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
1 Merchant Tailor !
1 1
Colu~b;a St-e:t.
: - ���        1 Irish
-  .
S
Keep Our
MONEY
At Home
H. MOREY & CO.
Booksellers,
Stationei's,
Printers,
WE MAKE RUBBER STAMPS
. .. A' .   :.'    '
217-219 Columbia Street,
New Wc-atmir.stfcr, B. C.
BOOST FOR A
WHOLESALE
HOUSE
Westminster Iron Works
;i.m. .i.M) LNUINE
,iK.
BHIP BMI i H1MU, BKlUUt
IRON     WORK.
I
'     ��� '
JOHN REID,
���,.i
f. U.  ITS.
BOO
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ALL THE
TIME
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY.   Proprietor,
-.nd  manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
New        i- B. C.
Belyea & Co.
Wood and Coa!
Dealers
Dress in Reason
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Rates   to   Scot^ern   Califor- a.
Fir full ir.formtion call on or write
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A. D. CHARLTON,
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ED. OorUET,
Agent, Ne^v Westmlaster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Atlantic Express leaves   oaiiy     at
15.40; hag   Brat . -rs    and
T.r.- -.-.
Tourists cars    tor    1 ororuo    -'- -r
Monday and    Knday;    tor    Montrea.
every Wednesday and Saturday.
Seattle train leaves aally II  ���    I,
For further particulars apply ��i
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Nea  '-���. est   .-.-���-
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant    General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver,
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia  St.
delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
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She imagines that she only does it   Office 'Phone 185.       Barn  fnon
Light and Heavy Hauling
Don't Knock!
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Pianos, Organs,
Piano Players,
Columbia   Gramaphones and Kecords,
Zithers, etc.
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
1  ilumbla Street
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DOWN RIVER
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I'r .-.   -       it in, 7 a.m. 1 F; I. 6 1 I
Add. trip Saturday, ."��� p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
of Nanalmo���
Ft om N  \v. Bunday 7 sun.
Fron   '��� Satardaj 7 .i.tn.
Mail Service
Close.     Received.
, via Bnmaa 10.00 p .m.   (.4!
I   i      it  ,10.00p.m.   "f't).rn-
���    .��� luvet 10.00 p.m.   B.00 aJU.
ci iverdalo, Blaine,
B    "!���'. .-ir..  .. 8.48a.m.   9 M|>.in-
Van.  &  Cent Park...in.'."a.m.    2 p.m.
Vli '.-��� i.i 10.30 a.m. 1".'"' ajn.
E ual Burnaby,. .. 1.15 p.m.   1.15 ;'���'�����
Steveston, att   ,.. 1 10    m. 10 '���" ajn.
East, via (7P.H... 8.00 "in. liOOm
Bap . Mill. Coq'm.. 3.00p.m. U.00in
Van. X; Burnaby.. 3.30p.m.   8.00p.m. THURSDAY,   MARCH   8,   1906
THE  DAILY NEWS
SECRET   SOCIETIES
KING  SOlOMON  LODGE, NO. 17.  A.
F,   .V   \.   M    i;. i ular ("inn'
tlons of thi
���   ..nil  Tuesda
Ma I
to atti nd.    I'   v,   Uili h    t, S
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
T1.       . meeting
Is held  c;i  tl"'   I'n i I   \\ ��� -.iii     :.. .   !���
each   month,  at   8   o'clock   [���   in.,  in
th"   Masonic   Temple.    B
hretht en are t ordially Invl    1 to
tend.      Dr.  W.  A.  DeWoll   Smith,
Sot l 8
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Mo.- In Oi 6 hall Brat and
third Frlil ij In ei eb month at 8 p
m. Visiting : re hren ar ��� cordlallj
Invited to attend. 17 E. Matthias,
\v. M.; .1. Humphi li -. Rec. Sec.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. No. 1593���
M""i - in Orange hall tirsi and third
Wedne ida s ol e ich month at s p.
in. Visltln ��� il hren are cordiall)
Invited to attend. Rev. A. J. Seymour,  W.M.;   K.  W.  Coal;, It"'- Sec.
I. o. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular nu el hut ol thi - lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia  si i. everj   Mon l'...   ���".i a i
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethri n cot
diaih Invited to attend.   B. 1. M iy,
N. Q      W. C, Co ii'iain. Rec Soc.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the Iir-' and third Tuea
daj in each month. Visiting
brethren t or i' ill) Invited to attend.
Lodge room, \. 0, U, W. halU Odd
fellow ' ' lock, Clarkion street, C.
.-; cm ri:..oi. recorder; Louis Win.
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115. SONS CF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of I'. Hall. Columbia St., at
s p. a... white Rose Degree, Fourth
We Inesda) ;a e ich month, same
lime nn! place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. B. Stlnch-
combc, I'ri'T, H. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. -1099, I.O.F.
���Meets tii" Fourth .Friday in 'he
month .r v o'clock, in tii" small
hall. Oddfellowe' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. !. "������ Rushton, C It.; F. IV
M.iva dl. R, S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808,
A. 0. F.-Tii" regular meetings of
iliis Lodge a-" held on <h" Becond
ami Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at s il in. in Mi" Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordials in- i
vited i" attend, 17 C, Firth, C, R.; i
F. P. Maxwell, Sec,
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE u.ci everj Wednesday
n: \ o'clock p. m.. in Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cor 11 illy Invited to al
tend. J. S. :;ry-on, S. C.j N. R,
Brown, Rec. Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. LORD CF THE ISLES
CAMP. 191.���Meets on ill" First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of I'. Ha!!. John McNlven,
Chief; J. -I. Forrester, It"". Sec
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Tt a le meets la the
Board Room, city Hall, as follows:
Second We Ini sdaj of each month.
Quarterlj meetings on the Becond
Wedm a laj of February, Mat.
August and November, at s p, m.
Annual me it lags i n th" Becond
Wednesday of February. New
members may Uf proposed and
11 icted .- any monthly or quarterlj
i ting.   A. E, White, Sci-.
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Department of Militia and Defence.
New  Westminster,  B. C,   Rifle   Range.
NOTiCE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
BEAU D TEN1IERS, marked on the
en. dope I ;.'" i' for Construction ol
Rill" Range, New Westminster," ad
dn he secrel irj of the Militia
Count II, Headqut rters, Ottawa, will I."
received until noon, the 15th April
proximo,   for   Hi"  construction   of  a
rifle rfcige ai  New Westminster, R. C.
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Plans ami specifications may lie soon
and full Information obtained al the
offices of the district officer commanding, Victoria; Lieut-Col. J. C. Whyte,
New Westminster, H. C��� and the director of engineer services, militia
headquarters .Ottawa.
Tenders must be made on a form
Bupplled by the department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank for lf> per
cent of th" amount of the tender, payable to th" order of the Honorable the
Minister of Militia and Defence.
The department docs not hind Itself
to accept  th" lowest  or any tender.
L.  F.   PINAULT, Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, February it, loot*,.
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PUTS NECK       THREATEN
INTO NOOSE        TO STRIKE
BaMeviUe   Irian Admits That Cod   Miners  al   Lellibridge
He ratal!;   Beat His Preset.* Ultimatum
Wife. to Bosses.
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with 1.1- Rats and tl
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To   Countj   Con
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hn t .i
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Mm   Herman.       This   son   \\.i>   bo'n
while Klelni bet v In t';i��
1 i.ii'.l   St
��.t.     it.- had nlwi - :��� maintained th .1
he  was not   bis  son, and  1 n   M
last In- compelled In-- v
1 boj   ��,'���.
'l'li>'   1 ouple   had   been   married
OPPORTUNITY   SPEAKS
1 .nu Op|   rtunitj
But -.i>. young man,
11. m't  ��.11'   i"i   ��� '
I" '"ini'  |.i  you,
Just buckli   down
1 " win   s iu 1   .1    ���
And n ork �� ith hi   ���
\ti'l heart, and hands,
\. does tin' man
Who understands
That  those  who w  it,
I x|" . ting       nt  reward fi tu
I .it.
Or luck, to call it -
Sit always in the 'way back
row.
1 serve the active mind,
The seeing eye,
Tin- ready hand
Ti.ii grasps me passing by,
\1i1l takes from me
111,' good I hold
For evi rj spirit
Strong .iihI bold.
I Ir does ti"t wait
1 in Fate
\\ hO   M'!/.< s    UK',
For 1  am  Fortune,
1 u. k, and  1- ate, *���
Thi- corner stone
t )r w hal  is gn .it
In man's accomplishment.
Iim 1 am ii.nio ol these
To him who does inn seize;
1 must In- taught.
I [ .on  .'i is wrodght
1 tut   of  t!ir  treasures   I   piissess.
(Mi. x' i,
I'm  1 Ipportunity,
I'm great.
I'm  sometimes late,
i tut di. n"t w.'iit
I     II    IHI".
Work "ii.
vVatch on.
1 ;.""i hands, good heart,
And some day you will, see���
1 tut of your effort rising
1 Jpportusity,
i  -William J   Lainpton, in "The
World and  His Wife."
SALTED TURKISH BABY.
When a baby 1- born in Guinea all
sorts of funny things happen to it.
li- mother buries it in the sand up to
it- waist so that it cannot get into
mischief, and th's is the only cradle
u knows anything about.
The little Lapp infant it cradled in
a shoe his mother's, This 1- a his
affair, covered with -1:111. and stuffed
with moss This can Ih- hung 011 a
tree or covered up with snow, while
mamma goes t" church "t any place
win it I' ibit - .in- u"t Invited,
Tho baby of India rules in a basket
which hangs from its mother's head,
..i- ii ..in her hip, or in a hammock. In
some parts the baby's noie is adorned with .1 nose rin^. ami in others its
face is wrapped In a veil like its
mother.
The   Chinese  baby  ii tied  to  the
hack of au older child.
Tho Mongolian infants travel bdoui
in bags slung on a camel's hack.
In -"im- countries the mothers lay
their babies where a stream of water
falls .nt their heads This is to make
them tough, wlflch it does, unless the
babies 'lie a- a result "f tins treat
mi'itt Vnother mother covers her
baby's In ail unit paste; while the Tat
i.n 1, tby 1- 1 overed with butter The
Turkish babj 1- salted perhaps t"
keep it sweet���whilst tin- worst fate
of all falls to the lot of tin- newly
born children in Bulgaria, Their
mothers put -'i h"i omelette on the
little "uos' heada i" make them solid,
ami protect ilieni from iun��t��oke I he
Bulgarian baby doei noi like it my
better than you would     Ho mikei -1
ureal howl about it. but it 1- n"l a hit
,,f ,,,,-     Hi. mother thinks -ho knows
better about  lome thingi    than    he
,|,,,. ..   .,,  he  ha-  to   submit,  which   he
does  with a very had  i^raoo, Indeed,
'
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Xl     '  ' ��� ; t'.l.'.t   to
I.
week,  a
:��� tturday.
The that   tho
would
t   ol   ih,'  mines.
wl --ii repre-
11   Federa-
:  It mill. ���
���     "'i to no union;
: oa ��� , the big United
States  bod}   and 1   ensued  Ira
ni edlatt
Tl '     ��� a mlnumum wags of
ognitlon ol  the
union, and an 1 ,   ,, the
right i" eni| ... to In-
ire the 1 1 operative*
The mar nted to
  nut no hope
onci
SOME    STRANGE    DIETS.
Different   People   Show   Different   and
Peculiar  Tastes.
Somi  rema     ' e given in
cience Siftit ���   ��� ��� ���     1 eat
������ii bj  the pi   ph    t \ nations
It is   tu. d that   n Mot -1) the honey
.���nu  is cagerl; Iter   bj   the
natives In South \11111 ii 1 the lai ge
li tat d, the iguana, i- a di licat j, not
to spt ak of the largi 1 snakes, which
m taste are like chicki 11 The ordin-
ht rattlesnake, il is said, is very good
eating, il "t-.e can overcome the in-
horn prejudit' V\ ������ an im line I to
regard the Chinese as a race of rat
oati rs and denounce the anim il as
unclean, at the -auto tunc consuming
tons yearly of tin most loathsome of
all annual--���the pig, The common
skunk, owing to it- peculiar and offensive glands, will never be popular
as food, yet its flesh 1- noi only good,
but delicious, according to various
connoisseurs who have oaten it. That
insects do not outer more into the
food supplies of nations 1- due to pre-
judii 0 1 irasshoppers are oaten by
-"ino tnlie-. Ground up, they make
a meal thai 1- said to I"- both nourishing and agreeable Many a white
man has passed through a country,
believing himself neatly starving, as
. LTiin was not to be had, whi n
wormi and various insects were at
hand.
I he most singular food, in all probability, is the larvae of a lly common
m certain parts of California, and
known ii- ephydra. This insect is
found in such vast quantitii - in Lake
Mono, 1 al. that is washed up on the
ihon - and colli cted by busln -
How the  Larvae Is Eaten.
iln water of Mono is very lingular, seemingly very heavy and smooth,
like oil, so much so that it resists ordinary wind and refuses to become
ruffled, When the larvae begins to
appi ar, the Indians gather from far
and near ami scrape them up, place
the wormlike creatures "���) cloths ami
rack- m the -un ami dry them, when
they are beaten up ami husked, looking then like rue. That the larvae
arc nutritious 1- shown by the condition! "f the Indians, who soon grow
fat ,,n tin- in h diet. I Mt Lake I
coco, in Mexico, a curious lly 1- found
which also 1- eaten by the natives,
ami known ' huati; iim egge of the
in .,', 1. which are deposited on -clues
arc also collected ami eaten fur food.
on Lake Chalco a certain sedge Ib
cultivated on which the oun- of a species of lly are deposited, Bundles an
,��� lt|e ol thi -0 and placed in Lake
rexcoco for the purpose, and, when
covered, tin   sedge   Is   beaten   over
plei . of cloth anil the eggs .ecuroil.
fhese air ��� ollecti 'I ami ground into
a meal, al-" called ahuati, anil are in
(.n,,i demand on fast days, when fish
,. ;,,,,,111.1. tin' insects "i i'mk's not
being considered flesh, a- the) come
from the water, The food 1- made
,..t" -mall cakes, ami tastes not unlike
caviare Not ""ly i'1" '8B��' '"" ''"'
1., .,,.. tliem-i Im- ,1 1I1-rn"' ible looking worm, ''ire rued a. 1 1 wndir the
name of puxi.
Octopus as a Delicacy.
For all  the Latest Sporting
Gossip Read
The
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UNREHEARSED INCIDEN7.
An imuilng itory 1- related of an
eminent actor who, al the awkward
moment of an "unrehearsed incident,"
saved   the   Bltuation,      The   scone   was
Ihe  ileck of a ship,  round which   r"I
I,.,I ami heaved a vast theatrical -'a
The hero of the piece st I on the
rolling dock and soliloquised, Tho
audience was listening intently t" his
fervid utterances, when from tho. at
places, threadbare ocean a ruddy
head protruded. Alive t" the contra-
temps, and equal t" tin- occasion, the
practised player, with appropiate ft-
verlshness, shouted:
"Man overboard!"
The unfortunate unit m the manipulation of the sea withdrew his head
rapidly, and as ho did ��0 the BCtor,
1,, ��kiiig all sympathy and sorr 1 ���-,
remarked)
"Another poor fellow ttone to his
ae:  v.;:*.!"
The civilized man, perhaps, turns
tf0m -i" '1 food with disgust, but it is
���,!! t,, remember thai cplcurei In
���,,, , ,,,,,. . ... particularly fond
,,( chei -1 when inhabited by thi lar-
v  1 verj  comm m fly.     In thia
country, '; '��PUS' "r ^i""1,
 mon -"I manj a coeit, offend.- the
pa|,,,, but the Italian. Frenchman ot
Portugui ' eats it with avulity and
considers u 1 delicacy.    The meal is
clear ami white, like chicken, ami lias
the flavor of crab. We find the China
man selling eggs of unk town age, el
pecially  duck  eggs containing duckling! ready to be hatched.    Shar fini
a tough, disagreeable fdod���iri   in
demand, while deer horns in the velvet and lizards of varum kind! are
eaten The nest of the swallow, with
ita emlie.liie.l -eoretion of the mouth
glandl of the bird, is nearly worth its
weight in gold. Thepang, the tough,
impossible hol.'tlmrian, ,- eaten, and
its collection is an important industry along the Malay CO ' valued at
Ihe least $100,000 pe mmim. In
France the sea anew t. is used as
food- stuffed and boiled, it fills to
��ind crab or crayfish. I he sea urchins of various -peon also used,
cooked in their covcrinp. like, an egg,
and eaten with a spoon. 8
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 19Q6
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'.83   Cclumfcia   Street.
f.EW   WESTMINSTER
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wtrs** aaOd Ih Dd    -: L-;.r��. bet -".;- -f
UM wx��l   It produces �� i
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Johnson's
Prepared Wax
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'.v....i 1--a ,i y .: toor* md wood-
wort too.   JcL��5-:5 �� Powdered Wu :i
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Anderson &  Lusby |
New Westminster
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Grand Opening
-IN
Dress Goods
Department...
| J Eastern ud Lot I ��� ���    ���
* the Newest '���'��� ���
SPRING DRESS GOODS
in detr.:-. : I OUT .
invite i to inspect our tu play ot
LUSTRES. LIGHT GREY SUITINGS.
HENRIETTAS and PLAIN CLOTHS.
.'������-.-    ��� / " ���   ��� ��� ��� '        '���'��� ���  ' I ��� - a large range of tin   ��� to select
��� yourself -.-
to find what you want later on.
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IW.S.COLLISTER&CO.:
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w 24l   Cutumbia Street. New W eftminster. *
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THE NEW
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M  numents oi TTaift
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yet  no-
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rjuite s     .'     I for stoppmg .
pure  i It        just bai
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teles
perfectly i      - rooi
ther met; -- ��
���   red away ta-.
��� - race, and
> lost for f     ��
Gold Lest tn the Pocket
\ large I       ^     1 is
the other fine arts les thai
��� ind gilders  use a
great ���'    : r    picture
I for  s gns  and  advertt!
f   fine
...
vtaNUS HAT"
IN FEDORA and STIFF SHAPES
Here is a Copy of Our Policy
'TV
Very
rful
-    ���
nail
-. mou	
Out tor l
,    .    . . their   j
re es t -        - .       b i 15 oi
reflect ^
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but
in  bt:r th(      ���        ty,  bul     :  -
-    . ts t  be  i
��: - ���   grant!   -
...    . ,
rlj . jpbriety  and  a^-
tinen        lad   bee:        a     gener
nd   present
member
bean     ui      i
hamper! I     -        --'.ing   themsi
frt|n the -   -   - ��� v.r.k- f^-
the  necessary   evil  of  holding  their
-���-   al  public  houses*���a  peren-
irce weaki   --    �����.    Cat
iars worth go annually    Gold braid; ^ '       The   cla-im   that   ?!1
-. ; gold plat-  dominant race-- are superior to otheis
rj      mmense quant ties     f  Because they i - absurd
:"' ������-'       Chei    sts    - - M r is dae to other cati^e-
rat  -     ��������� -rk  and in . . , ,  .
���machinei      -      I   ��� . ���     tica   free-
.:: --.ich industr es as boolc-
!   making   wall   paper,   a | dom- parliamentary liberty and the as-
������.- ��� i . . ��� these
Stylish H ��� i givi n an
[ri Policy,
-   . -    . .   ��500
railway accident. Guaranteed by the Empire Guarantee and Insurance Corporation of Glasgow.
Price Only
tPa&��OU
See Our
Corner Window
HL L.
DeBECK
The Cash Clothier and Hatter
��500 tFite Hundred Pounds
Guarai Corpoi
-
I bjt an accident to tt
���     -   -
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then be the direct, pi
-��� iftar.
ace Ticket I
th* i ruling that no claim will   I
enter! tined   by   the    C
...       ne of the f< ��� not I
���
to any llablll       n I rt of the i ������  - -
...
111  That  the ;��� i   or  fatal!}
on.
(2) That prior to the accident for whit:,  tl
ess  and  the  '!;i��,'   of   pat        .   >hall
been written in ink in the spaces provided below.
<"'���> Tl ���    wrltl "f  death  or  Injury   be  forward!
the Empire Guarantee and Insurant ���   Cor
Q    -.- iw, as soon as ;>os5ible but within seven days of the
[the
't'  Thai   M't.    '  ���     ������'   ������ -  and other Inabrmathil
wi'h proof of tha at -���  of the accident t* fnrnlshed
:���    eat for a me by the Corpoi
(5) That this coupon insurance ticket must be prod     ������
reqtii't-1 by the Corpoi   'ion.
16) That this ii only lenti :ne in
<^-at Rrintin and Ireland "n the continent  of  Europe  or  In  the
Driti.-h colonies.
('i That the insiirtmce is   only   available    for   six
months from the date of pnrhcaae state<l below, an! i i :, any
on 'he 31st Decembei   1907    and
18)  Thai  ��� ion   will not be paid under more than one
Coupon Insurance Ticket  in lespect of the aU-atb of any one Coupon owner.
quantity   of  g rbed,
' and   it   must   be   remembered  that   in
���   rr.anuiactur' erl  in  per-
��� nd to be lost
-   - |ag* ana\   idabla   ���
I       ai     :  .- Id   . astc I  is al-
���   llinj   in thi    ggn .  I . an I
- -  ���     kets perhaps i
jj��ater proportion of t -
rati   ��� stimati   puts tl
Id ct'ins rubbing again--  one
���tnities   that
as i       thei
A -  was   said
���'   T       '
sen   eness     I
human   nature
surfeit  does.      ^^^^^^
: "It is th
want and the nur -true."
Varkift Phases of Drink
My  - :. Igi   of flrinking cn"-:-:^
,..���-.;���; athetic,   obsi i
f    the    indulgence    of
I
' -   - ���
tne.    	
w       r.nk.
'    ' r to I
it  the workmen
least  oi the best homes
aid   most
Iter | ��� d to resist <     -
meut? on their wage?-.    'Hie drunkard
ptir��e-       '��� pi   kets    I lows  in tha labor market to the ex- ���
million sterling, annually
i thai  every  big
>ig wreck loses t
i   .
ertain that more .
bottom of
present i    sts in man-
....      n the |   ���
���
India's   Hoarded  Wealth
���   ���    . thes
ts and te int
...
���
���g i K��l ���
0 er and  more  important  sinl
} I gold       I
re that
'   yearly,   hut   the
���
Much gold
ttle coi let a 1
nto   a   native']   hands   and
.    . .   ,
��� i i bank
turii have taught him
���
*
:
time,  monea and  health.     V\
- ��� isfc, wasti ful and
destructive.      Where   tt   goes   I   rl
and enti- in rte chronic inebriate,
it cea5��s to be pitiful oi toll t
the ccammunity.
��� ka'
.     ttm,  the  Jail, have  given  rat  ex-
a thi
< hoi   My partii ipation
ti many of I      . ���    test lal
ments t generation ha��
��� I  I -inking
diss pal force,  industrial
|,"iitical ttrength '-i the
��� il   summit ���
my lifi -       ���      g the woi
���     of   Englt nd
it   .'.
wng   thi ���    ideals,        itnpioning   their
thi r   movements,  a
I, with the re-tilt that all his
pt thai        ���'���   ini
".- ��� '
���'��� tit   in    the     B
lone is buried t'i.:.000,000
��� ��� al on the oul ���.   rC- ol tl 1
sk with too many
of  thi��� ���
their cuts< 1     ������'.-��
wort' . I       lider, then,
'   ���    ,f  India must contain'
In   I
:i- bad.     These tv,     1    tntt
and   China,    re estimated  I     absorb
between them twelve tons ol gold a
-.  practically  al]  of  which   i
.- r.
SYSTEMATIC BREATHING.
Advertise  in  The  News
One ol the mo il phy
sical development that has won
i. a systematic m'-tli nl ol breathing
A  certain ui��|tiir'-r who was  inti
ill in the principl' system, re-
���   lly wrote to one of it- prof,
for a descriptive  pamphlet.    One nf
the rules on the first page read as fol-
"At'ti-r   the   morning  bath   take    a
��� breath, retain it as long as po��-
��� . th'.n -lowly expire."
He decided not to try the system.
hat  have been   fired  by   t        ratii    progress, investiveness and a greater dif
f wealth result of great
er human energy. This view is ��ac
f'ir "ther reasons,
mostly climatic, religious, or t<-m-
' ental, low wages prevail in
densely populated aid aut-icratic
��� ,'t-terii countries.
Fallacious Deduction
This   '��� lu ���  11 .us. and is
���    ��� plii   bl    I - American- lad .Vi-
tral.v Vi   g< -   ate   higher.
hours  arc    not    longer,  ind
where  hours   ar(J	
' trd "i comfort to a
��� ��� extent, is determined and has
bet 1 ��� ured by their superior taites,
life which they
hive ittained by giving grt iti 1
fort, better food, clothes and "ther
amenities   what   the   lltni    pi iple,  if
teat
which  rai*   .
tn his home and
........ ...
���' '  :
In  man j
the  chief
.-
.*
for 21   pei ...
pes.     A
���    ' .
1
<f,ry.  naval,
Personal Abstenanoe
1 .  ��� ��� ���     ���.
ih ivi  and get on I      - lit
-.
���   step-
tones      tl     f  thi    -".m ���
drink
1 tha
. ��� ��� ���      the first and
moa} 1 :' all rented ei    Then
.......
' ���       tion    of    licensi
�� Batl    tea,   London
as 1 belli 1 ilities
ectioi
and other  I     e��    - To
p ilicy I attach great importance
so at'   - rtunitii    - - drinking
and   temi,tati"n     increased.      As     to
isiiiiit .- ���    "i  the  public   h
the last tl    .  that the municip 1
should touch, is liquor.     It will not
discourage  drinking if    it    is    ���     .
cheaper or better: and being both, as
municipal ownership will make it. thi
consumption will probably be extended.    Ownership   by   the city will el
���     drinking   into    a    civic   virtue.'
ie a test of local part
pie are to drink their
village  into a  free library, or a  park
by a  process that will  land many in
the hospital, -omc in  jail,    a    great
number into asylums, all into misery
ami n"t a faw to the cemetery
municipalization "f drink will add t"1
the glamor, n it will to the nui
of drinking customs.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  end Dealers  in  All Kino's of
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock  Plain r.nd  Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone 12. New Westminster.
������^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^
\ Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations at b.au and b.au a.ni,.
and every hum thereafter between s am. and  11 p.m.
Half-hour cars trotn t'-'ni. to 7
|..m.
fars leave Vancouver mr weal
minster al same hours.
Last 1 at  Bat trd ty at 11 p.m.
City Limits Line���Bemoe trom
8, I" a.m. to i".:;'�� p.m.
20 Minute Service���.no trnnsrer.
Between 12 and 2 and 6 and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder 01 day. 1 ransrer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Set vice Hourly between
���S a.m. and  IU p.m.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���la .Minute Service, except between 1^ and
2, and S and ,, during Which
hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday  Service   bait-Hourly
tween s 11.111. and tu p.m.
be-
i British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd. |
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