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VOLUME 1. NUMBER :'..
NEW WESTMINSTER, !>.('.. MARCH 7. 1906
I" CENTS I'll: WI EK.
WITHHOLDS
YOUTHS IDENTIFY TEMPLEMAN GETS
PROMISED FREEDOM   THE HOTEL
Government Schemes for Full Control
and Fights Further Concessions to Radicals.
WITTE DEFINITELY
ALTERS HIS PLANS
Makes Up His Mind to Remain at the Head
of Political
Affairs.
St. Petersburg, March 7.���Although
yesterday's manifesto and ukase referring to the National assembly, leaves
considerable vagueness regarding the
exacl status of the parllamenl undei
tin- ii'... j olitical scheme of the gov-
. ' am mt, iln \ i"..'"!������ i p. rhaps being
Intentional and Intended tor future
definition, according to tko (fcvelpp-
unnt of events, it is mitto clear that
R : la has not b.'.-u granted a wrli
ten i onBl Itul Ion. Tho cabinet as In
ihe German system, remains quite In
dependent of i In - majority in parliament,
, The ho] xpre Bed aftei  tfce manl
fi'sto of October ;;". thai the cablnel
would Lo io..; onslble to the National
:.   '!��� after   the   British   system,
ha    ti il  i"" n realized.
Even Interpretations of the ministers are restricted to alleged viola-
tl ms or the law and the &pparenl
, ni ... of ' vents. The government
believes ii will control the new parllamenl and proposes to flghl further
conn sMoni   ;" the radical parlies.
Thai it expects to succeed Is shown
by th ' tact that Premier Wltte has
definitely changed his plans and will
not retire on the i penlng of Uie Na
tional assembly. He had frequently
.!." 1 ir.'d thai his task would be confined  to  tiding  over  the government
till the representatives of the people
were convokeH. Bul having accomplished this task, the revolutionary
storm having somewhat abated, and
conditions being altered, he has decided to continue as ih��- head of the
government. His decision Is expected
to aid in Ihe negotiations of the oew
foreign loan, of which the treasury
stands In urgenl need.
Anothif subject   remdved  from  th
on Ideratlon o? oarilamenl Is 'it" e*
y.roprlatlon of private iftDds, the compensation for which is a ,,110-1 ion
which vitally affects the int.'rests' ot
the rich landed proprietors ami ih-
coui i, and which might even be In
lerpreted to effect crown lands
which   parllamenl   might    desire    I i
ipl "��� ri ;���" for 'ho benefit of th"
people.
Boy   Pleads   Guilty.
i leoi ge Farqueson, aged 15, charge I
in tin' district conn this morning with
��� i " desti union of B, ''. Electric Co.
Insulators, pleaded guilty, and was ordered to pay tin' . ost of prosecution,
and make good the damage to the
company, which be did.
lb' was also bound over to appear
for soul.'tic.' at any future date tSiotild
,: - trate Plttendrlgh see lit to recall him.
The boy's arrest was ihe outcome
of several complaints of a similar nature from th"' company whose property has been seriously Interfered with
for several weeks past.
. o	
St. Patrick's Concert.
Arrangeme ts are under way for tin'
annual concerl t" be given on Si. Patrick's day. March 17. Thy affair will
lie held in St. Patrick's hull, on Fourth
street, but as yet no ilcflnttv plan ha."
been mapped out. as to the exacl nature of the entertainment.
COME CLOSE AGAIN
TO AN AGREEMENT Cou25rkli p;��prietorg of
  Windsor and Depot.
German   and   French  Delegates  at  Al 	
L1GHT FjNES ARE |MP08ED
A LARGE MAJORI1
Leaves Both Conservative and Socialist Candidates Away in the
Rear.
FINISHES ENQUIRY
Hopes.
Berlin, Match ".���Private conversations between the German and French
envoys at Algerlcas have brought
them almost io an agreement on the
Moroccan police controversy, so near
indeed, thai the foreign office here regards a satisfactory issue of the conference a - assured.
Germany, it is understood, accepts
Prance and Spain as having the officers best fined for policing .Morocco, mitted, his worship Imposed a fine o!
and France accepts international con- $15 and costs in each instance. City
,"o!  In  principal,  undertakes to s.v,,, .Solicitor McQuarrjv conduct"! the | ij
'.'��� adequate guarati that the police Uecutton, and J, if. Bowos ins defer,
shall not be national in character. It for the Windsor. J. P, il. Bole repre-
is the specific form of these guaran- Bented the proprietor of the Depol
lees thai  remains unsettled, and con-  hotel
ituies  to  be  the  subject   for  discus-     In the case of the Depot hotel, fou
Magistrate  Trusts  That   More   Discretion  Will   Be   Exercised
In   Future.
Remarkable Interest was shown in
Magistrate Corbould's court this morning when the cases against the wind
sor and Depot hotels, charged with
Belling liquor to minors, were called.
After all  the evidence had  been sub
CITIZENS tflEBRATE
MINISTER'S VICTORY
Brooms Burn Bands Play and
An Enormous Throng
Vents Its Enthusiasm.
I 6 ��* I ���	
singing of campaign songs, etc., con
'eluded the demonstration.
Speeches    were    made    by    Tern-
p'.uman, Smith, Oliver and others.
Congratulatory   telegrams   were   re
.'���ived  from Sir Wilfred  Laurler, the
Liberals In  the press gallery al  ot
tawa, the British Columbia  members,
and others.
The vote as given by the returning
Jgfhcer  on  the  official   recount   today
" a I!
Templeman, 1563.
Beckwith, 857.
Victoria, March 7.���Willi a majority      Marcon, 308.
of   nearly   Beven   bundled   votes   ove*       T1"' Liberals could have put  on on"
DEAL
Committee   Has   Its   Report
Ready for the House.
MINORITY TAKES OBJECTION
Leader of Opposition and Mr. Pat   ,
son   May   Have   Something
to Ray.
John   I..   Beckwith,   the   Conservative
can  Idate, and  m  than a thou sand
over Marc!', the Socialist, Hon. Wil
sldh.   It is likely thai an international  boys under age swore positively thai  11am Templeman, the newly appointed
hundred or more additional votes. Inn
suffered from over confidence. Wad
they exerted themselves more, Beckwith would have lost his depo lit.
inspectorship will be created, consist-  they had purchased beer o,ver the bar
Ing of a .-in".!.' officer of repute from a  on  the night  of February  10.    They
iwer other than Prance,    Spain    or also identified   p.   Bllodeau, the   pro-
Germany, pretor   of   the   hotel    as    the    man
One   detail   which continues  to  he  who had sold them tbe liquor.    Bila-
llscussed  is the propriety of the it.- deau attempted to prove that he was
ic.i.ir being located iii a neutralized noi in the hotel at the time at which
harbor.   The ministers of the powers  the liquor was Bald to have been pur-
will also exerclBe general observation  chased,  and  In  support  of his  testl-
iver the police.                                      mony the defence   called   Blllodeau's
partner.  Joseph  Wise,  and  their  bar-
Paris. March 7.���The foreign office tender, Herbert  Schofield, who swore
says it  is unable to confirm  the an   thai Bllodeau was not In the building
nouncement from Berlin that Germans   at the time of the alleged sale of th
Js aboul to yield at Algerlcas by con- liquor.   The father of one 0f the boys
eding   French   and   Spanish   officers appeared on Ihe stand In both cases
or  the   Moroccan  police.       However.  ;,,���]   swor,  thai   his  son   was   bin   1.;
inofficial    reports    strongly    Indicate,  years of age.    This testimony  practl-
Germany is disposed to make conces- caiiy completed the case after w.ilch!
ions, having the effect ot settling the jndgmenl was rendered.
Franco-German controversy.   One Ber       In  ihe  Windsor    hotel    case,    the
ltn report says that Germany will cor.. charge waa made agatast ,ht, barton-
c ���!'��� the French policing of one Moi   ,,.,,.   0us   Rosengren   personally,   and
"".���an port, other ports remaining un-  m��� againsl the house.   Rosengren de
'ler International police.
i ablnet minlstei. was : e terday .dec;
.������I io represent this constituency In
i he Dominion House of Commons,
The whole town seemed to be on
the streets last nlghl when the vl :tor>
.f Hon. W:n. Templeman was celebrated.
Only a brief gathering was held at
the committee rooms al the clone of
the poll, the committee deciding to
postpone the mora formal demonstration till the evening.
At  8 o'clock  a   monster  procession
Vlt torla,   March   7.   Tl e
.don of the Kalen Island Inve iligatio i
ntttee was h. Id
the mei ibers did noi  ci
until 2 o'clock.
The report is likelj  to bi    t     i.   J
to the house this afternoon, and ii i-i
and    Costs    for     Having  sail  will con is; of a pun sli
of the government.
Tile   leader   of   the   0] : ���
further   rumored,   will   with   Pa tei
son,   present   a   minority   reporl   embodying  t'he findings as the;    egaid
i hem.
Strong   efforts   ate   bel to
dissuade them from doing bo I it " [Hi
our avail.
It is possible that the governmenl
may, by reviving an old Bpeaker't ruling, endeavor to block the re. ei Hi n
 o	
INCIAN    FINED.
Pays     $25
Liquor in Hte Possession.
Felix Fedell, an Indian, who was
broughl In from the Whonnock re
serve by Constable Lane yesterday
charged with having liquor in his pos-
let Ion, was fined $25 and costs by
Stipendiary Magistrate Pittendrigh
���his morning.
Didn't  Get to  Agassi*.
Constable   Spain   did   not   leave  for
\'      iz yeserday, as was originally In-
of this  minority  reporl  mi  pre ��� t ��� ������
was organized, led  by  a brigade of tended, but  was recalled after all ar-   . ��*���
burning broom bearers, and <i band.     rangements for the trip had been made  q_
Enthusiastic young fellows took the
Preparations are in i rogress [i i the
annua' dinner of the 11 06 gradu il ag
class al  the Columbia colli ge.   There
md  seat   to  Co lultlam lake  in  com-
horses  from  the  new  minister's car   patty with Government Health tnspec
.ore and drew him through the streets  tor Dr, '''van.
to    the    accompanlmenl    of    rouslnu      The trip to the lake is one of In-
cheers    In the carriage with him were spection, and upon his return to the will !������ two graduates this year, Miss
lohn  Oliver  and  Ralph    Smith,    an.! city the constable will make the trip  Wicket! and (I. C. Davidson.    Hoaora
IKM     H.5U.IIJCK    ill'"    1IUUMB.        IV'>3t'I!-I t'il    'It' ��� k .,.!���- ���.;ll      \.��     n,,nti,..i<ii.l      .. f      e,,,,,-,,!' itii. in
clined .0 swear that h. had not sob, after arrival at  the committee rooms. *   Agassi, as mentioned in the   <ews win  he  conferred  at  convoca
more cheering, selections by the band, yesterday
WOMEN FIGHT DUEL,
BULLET KILLS MAN
Jealous Females of Kentucky Town Draw Guns on Each
Other, and Disinterested Person Is Victim
Of Bad Aim.
CLOUDY    AND    MILD.
Victoria, March 7.���With the excen-
The   foreign   office  here   says   that n,e   beer  to  the  boys,  and  admitted
the concession or a single port would thai he might hare been guilty of the
not be accepted If proposed. ..rTeuoe. but though! that he was not.
Another reporl  received  here from His explanation for thi* statemenl wa -.
Berlin   says   that   Germany   will   con-  ,1,.,, 1.,, ,,..,, nstuillv verr birsv at  that
M.ai   ni   was usually  very uu5j ,11  111.11   (ion or ^^n   smm.  .,,   Uarkf.-FVille and
."lie   I lie   police   to   !��� ranee   and   Sllllln   lime of the nluhf    irnt   tin l<1  verv little'   . .... .   .1
' """��� "r "1P nignt, ami pa.u verj nun   Bnowers nI  Tatoosh, no precipitation
ir  they  will  agree  to the  appoinl'iient   nHenflnn    to   Hi..    nnnAarnnee    of   his ,. , ,
attention   to   uie   appearand    01   nis,(a reuortea this morning on the north
many customers, and mlghl  verj  "as    paclfio  .,(]1,,���_ .,���,, ., v.,sl area of nlgll
lly overlook the fact that some of th
the fall.
o' an Inspector general from a neiftral
power-. The officials say thai the hit
ler condition is unacceptable. Thej
poini out thai a mandate to French
and Spanish officers would not be ef
fective if a neutral general were placed over them as the general woull
COUnteracI lite French and Spanish an
t'loril ..
While   the   foreign   office   thus   sees   :1S   |,e   thougl
some difficulties remaining, it  is evl
MOTHER OF TENNY
CRIES FOR JUSTICE
barometric pressure occupies the en-
younger customers might appear to he  ,           ,      d ,           , ,    utan  ���     Tcnnebaum Asks That   Prize  Fight "Promoters   Be
underage.   He had no recollection of ,,,���.  ,.���,���,���.   ,,���vn,s J  al]  polnt8i *      "
having   seen   the   boy,   prior   to   this   ^  ,������������,,,������,,.,   .,,,.  ���;,,,���,.   wes,   ���.
morninB' the   ranges.     In   the   Northwest   pro
In   passing  judgment,   his   worship
stated   that   1A'   had   no   desire
Chicago, March 7. a despatch to
the Tribune from Mlddlesboro, Ky..
says: In a pistol duel yesterday between Mrs. Mire Moore and Mrs.
Lucy Tucker, as the result of a long
time quarrel Frank Mndon was killed
by  a  bullet   from the revolver of  Mrs.
Tucker.
The women met in fronl of a saloon and after exchanging a lew words
both drew weapons. Mrs. Tucker wa '���
the first   to open  fire.
At the third slioi Mrs. Mi must tinned and ran down tie' streal unharmed,
though her clothing was twice pierced.
ii was ibis last shot which struck
Maden, who was near th" saloon door
engaged in a gain" of pool. The bullet hit him squarely in Hi" forehead
eauslnu  inslnnt   death.
The trouble i etween the two women
is  Bald   to  have  .crown  out   uf  B   love
affair.
Mrs.  Perdue  Dead.
Mrs. Joseph Perdue died at he family residence al l o'clock ibis morning after a lingering illness. ids.
Hall and Hoihwei! were iii attendance
during her ir.n.s-s.
Mrs. Perdue was 71 years and three
months of age, and I.kiv.s a family
ot five soifs. The family lias lived in
ihe city for several years, and are
very  well  known.
The funeral, which Is iti lite hands
. i H Miitchie, will take place from
lha family residence al - o'clock to-
> ii ��� rpw a/i"' noon. Interment will be
a Rde in ih" Oddfellows cemeten
Rev. M. 1.. Hum;. D lb. of the Baptist
shurch  will oflteiate
concede   Ihe   police   ai��l   Franc*'
concede the bank
winds,
mild.
New VY
m.. is.
chiefly    easterly,   cloudy    and
vinces ihe pressure is decreasing an I
"  '"    ihe  weather  is  fair  and  only  moder-
llict   the extreme  penalty  of the  law      . .        ..
Forecasts for 36 hours ending 5 p
aen,   thai   the , Ific overtures from  Zll^^ZLVZ -'Th-rsday-Lower Mainland; Light
Berlin  diminish the gravity    of    Ihe  ,���,,���.,,       ,,,,  Mt   ,h.u  ,,u,  ,������,,,������,,,
crisis,  and  opens  the way  lo a  poss'-   would   ,���.()fo,.   t()   llavu   nothlng   lo   do
ble  solution  in  which  Germany  will  wi,i, these young boys, ami that they
W'H I would doubtless exercise more discretion In the future. U�� expressed the
hope that a similar case would no'
appear before him again, as it was
decldelly detrimental  to the Interest?
CTmrged With Murder   of   Her  Son-Rabbi
Makes Startling Sensation.
San Francisco, March 7.���Mrs. Israel (Criticised  lite men  who  second
Btminster temperature,
HAMILTON RETURNS
TO FACE THE
Principal Character of Life  Insurance
Investigation   Is  Again   in
Atner'ca.
of the city and  the moral  welfare of
the young.
Sentence was then passed and the
court dismissed for the day. there be
ing no other cases on the docket.
PARIS POLICE HAVE
MYSTERY TO SOLVE
Take American's Into Their Confidence
on a Susoectc!d Murder
Case.
Tennebaum, mother of Harry Tenne-
ha.ini. belter known as MlaP-y Tensy,"
who died as the result of Ills glove
conlest wiib Frankie N'eill, made a denial through her attorney, yeaterdfev
upon District Attorney Langdon thai
he Issue complaints charging murder
against those who were behind the
light.
District Attorney -Langdon refused
to Issue tbe complaints, "I will take
no action in the matter," he said, "until after the coroner's inquest, which
will bi   held Wednesday.'
FORGER CONFESSES
TO CHICAGO POLICE
Paris, Mill ch 7.- The prefecture of
police has requested the American authorities to assist in unravelling the
n uterious death "l Ethel A. Brown,
��� ri to be an American, whose
body was found tecenfli   in  the rive;'
SEEKS PROTECTION
AGAINST ASSASSINS
Mrs. Lewaller Tells  New   Orleans   Police  That   Socialists
Will Kill Hor If She Does Not KiM
President Roosevelt.
New Orleans, La., March 7. De
daring thai \i*f life would be taken
unless she as assiniited I'ncsidViit
Roosevelt, a jung woman whfffeave
her name as Mrs. W. B. Lewaller, o'
Philadelphia, applied al central police headquarters here today tor protection. She spoke rationmUy on all
general   subjvclK,   but   the   pi.��icn   and
coroner decided to detain her for examination.
Mrs. Lewaller said Hint slie fell In
with a party of socialists In Philadelphia, and that slu? was taken to a
room there and made lo take an oath
against tfie president, being lold thai
s<*' would be destroyed If ft was noi
executed. Site sab! she fled to Houston, Texas, bul the men followed hei
there, ntml that she hail then come lo
New  Orleans.
Albany. N. Y.. March 7.���The, re
turn to his home iii 'his city of An
drew Hamilton, who tot many years
lias been in charge of legislative
wo;;, oi ; be lai .'��� Insurance comp inte
throughout   the   United     states    and Louis Longprc Adni't3 Defrauding the Berne.    Boatmen  discovered  the bdd}
Canada   and   who  since   lasl   June has Illinois   Steel   Company floating near the suburb ol 1'li.irentoiv
been   in   Europe,   was   the  chief  topic: of   J1S.C00. It  appeared to be that of a woman of
of   Interest   and   conversation   in  the  ^- means,   and   was   elegantly   dressed.
legislature and throughout the city. He Chicago, March .-..   Tit    principal in The underclothing  was marked  nib
Bpenl  last  eviiinc ai   home wiili his 'be recent  $1S,000 forgery or Illinoi3 the name of "Ethel A. Brown."
family, and one of two clos"  friends. Steel  companj   pay   hceqUeB  In  South      On  the  hands  w  two gold  riti*'..
and  had  nothing;  to say  for publici- Chicago, has been discovered.   Accord She wore pearl earrings, a gtsld lorgen-
il.iii. 'ng to his    own    confession,    Louli ette was suspended    from    a    chain
This morning he again denied him- Longpre is the man.   it" was arrested Br��und her neck and she    had    kid
self to newspaper men. insisting that yesterday In ihe office of the Wesl ii i giov.    on hju" hands,
while he would have something to say !,ll,lK   N��te company,  whftre  he has No money and no papers were found
at  the proper time, thai  time would ueen  ployed as au engraver. on  the body ami there was a deep
not  be today. Loqgpre confessed that he made Ih" wound     live    inches  lom,'  across  th"
'li will probably lie several days al i'1'11'' trom which ihe cheques were scalp. The police ate unable to de-
leasi before he makes any statements printed ami that he assisted in cash cide wiii'ihei the wound was tite re-
whatever. In appearance, he seems ing them among South Chicago mei suit of an accident or of an intentional
normal, hut close friends say Unit his chants, blow.    The body apparently had been
ipposeJ the dead hoy in his last battle '
and denounced them as uttilty of murder. There was no mincing of epithets, no paltering ��iili euphemisms-
in this attack. It was downright, em-
phatic and sweeping. And upon u liafr-
ever grounds It may have been based,
there conft!  lie no doubt   that  it   was
sincere.
Further mystery has been added  to
ihe case by the circumstances surrounding the alleged certificate of
Penny's good condition prior to entering the ring. This certificate is signed
by a "Dr. It. M. Day." The "physrel-
an" cannol new lie found, noi' dues his
i.nine appear iii the directory. Billy
Roche   admits   Idling   the   man   iii   a
health  is far front  being restored.
San    Francisco,    March    C. ��� Even
more emfftcit  and  startling than the
charge of manslaughter formally made
againsl  those who participated in the  saloon  on   the  strength    of    ha' ag
llghl which cost Harry Tenny his life heard him called   "Doc"
was the accusation made by the rabid      It  now transpires thai  aeither Tea
.a.  officiated  at   the d.ead   pugilist's aj   nor    Neil    was    examli
'uncial.    For. sfuuding '..vide the cob physician before the fight, ant! ch
fin  in  which Tennis  bodj   was bud, of    manslaughter    have    been      ade
Rev. Meier s. Levj   rabbi of the again      n'eil and the i  He i In tbe
���    i   Beth     Israel,   bltterlj   ring.
CHINESE GOVERNOR
ADMITS HIS GUILT
Asks to Be Punished for Permitting the Recent Massacre at
Nan Chang---Further Investigation
Of Trouble.
Marie  l.ongprn.  wife of the  forger,  in the water several weeks,
was arrested  Monday and  was ideliti-'     The first  clue lo the identity of the
New York. March II. -Andrew Hamll-  fiefl   by  several   merchants  as  having Woman  was the 'following entry made
ton, the legislative agent for the Now cashed some of the par bceques. in 1983 on the police records of for-
Yorif  Life Insurance Company, whose |     There are  several  others  under ar-' elgners   visiting   llris;     "Ktlie   Frown,
name was prominently  mentioned In  rest, but the police refuse fo tell theirI American,  born  -it   Fayetteville. Nov,
connection with    the    recent Investl- Identity,        Langpre    4u     previous 21,   1872,  father  John,  mother  Sally
i;:bion of life Insurant' ecompanleH, re- years       had       been       nrresleil       on Geachj
turned   on   the   steamer   Deiiiscliliind   suspicion of being conceAied' In oilier      Th
JEW   ACCUSES   DETECTIVE.
H. Solomon Takes Objection to Officer
Jackson's   Remarks.
Ai a meeting of the Vancouver police ci*nui!sRilonerH .veslerilny. a Communication   WOi   read     from     Mossus.
Martin, Cassidy, Wear! * MeQuBrj(|e.
9J1 Ivlmlf of cMuntiv selling forth thai
(Mlibcr Jackson went Into Solomon's
store at �� Water street, and declared
H  to  ho  his  conviction   that   It   wan
lAni- all tie RUHian .lews were iniui-
BBCrOd, and Russians should be aeiii
for lo massacre them.
The complain! hud. firs! been mad"
lo tile nmyilr, aN|l  lie had  asked  Ifuit
Jackson rdport tt the polite (omuls-
; doners.
iiml was registered on the passenger big forgeries, one in Jollett. which is
list as W. Milton. Hamilton said that said to have netted $10/��OO, and others
as   soon   us   he   heard   thai   criminal  In  cities of  the east    He always es-
proceedlngs were contemplated he decided to return lo ihe United Stales.
H. Brown returned bqine from the
Royal Columbian hpspltal, .imi is rapidly iCgalnliig strength afVet: a light
attach Of typhoid fever.
Prlnolpal SIpprell, of Columbia col-
lege,   has   relumed   from   Vancouver
Where be last evening lectured hi Ihe
Ntount Pleasant ffluidmiiist churbh on
Die "Sunny South," bused on a trip lo
caped conviclion. hOWSM1.
Police offioials    fmini    various eilies
Shanghai, March 7.���All is quiet at ers, an ��idenmity and the privilege ol
Nan Chang, the scene of tha recent stationing gunboats on Hoyang lake.
massacres of Catholic missionaries^ The French demands have aol yet
and the missionaries who (lid are re been formulated. A recent Imperial
turning. II is stated thai the Chinese decree sternly commands the provtn-
geternor has admitted his -guilt In elal authorities to protect foreign
,,, ,. ,!,. mil|,,0��� falling to preserve the pence and has propertj and persons, especially mis-
t   the    deceased    was ttthel Mked fl"' i*'"1""'1 punishment.    Helslosaries.
will probably be degraded,  o	
An   Investigation   of   the   trouble
shows  that the  French    missionaries,
limited the magistrate to a feast and j
name    of    the    deceased    was Ethel
(ieac.hv.    The name of the slate from
Which she came  was not   given.     The
body remains al the morgue.
The  French   and   American   uflicinls
hive  been notified, and  will  send  re   are co-operatintr with the tKilice In Ihe
preservatives  here  to  try  to  Identify
some of Hie gang.
Bishop   Barry   at   bfctne.
Jome, March 7.���The tiope lortay ��',
endeavor to  establish the Identity  of
the woman.
Schwab  a   Little  Bttter.
El   Paso,   Texas.   Vfarfch1  7.���-A   teh��
New   Orleans.    Tim   proceeds  of  the|o<<iveil   In   private     andleltce    lllsho.i ] gram from ahroiia, New Mexico, says
lecture  wore devoted   to  the  church j Thomas V.  Harry,  of Chatham, Can   Unit   Charles   M.   Schwab's   condition
schemes. nda. i was Improved this morning.
i -  ��� >.     |
RUN    CLOSE    IN    SEATTLE.
urged him lo sign papers promising R,publIe|in   Leads   Municipv|   0w,ui,
im indemnity   tor   property wrecked i
,'   '     " \ ship  Man  for  Mayoralty,
last year, and to release s*x Catholic
missionaries charged with murder. The!    SeaJtle, Man* f.���Complete returns
magistrate declined to do ���>, njui he of % out of 9fi precincts give lohn
was fatally stabbed. itipiinger, Republican    candidate for
It la reported thi0^ngl*il will de- mayor,  14 plurality over William  M
imind for the murder of the Kingman J MiMre, municipal ownership,
lamlly the ptutishmest of the murder-J   The rsuit is in iioHbt.. '��� ���������w\^SWm\Wmswwsws\Wsmw\wWsWs%
THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY.   MARCH   7
MEMBER FOR DELTA
REPLIES ON BUDGET
unces the Policy of the   McBride   Government
Scores the  Cabinet    Ministers���Objects    to
Attorney-General's Trips.
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this  im quallt; .  which ran-' d
pei i en ������ cent.
tlon    i. il   cai
���_ ...   criti. II   ha ;     Ided  J6 i0,
province.   Thes ���
i   from   13  to  63  per
��� ent.   Thi wi    a land speculators
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i' . :,-  wished the
i     -       pro> Ince  to  be  de
���   . ion  specula-
Rel he    si hool    acl   Mr.
��� i] le would, at  th ���
���   eli : ���''"W   the lead  ol
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to
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gnal nd
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ad it. The.
���    this ye I
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io steps 1 en   no Infor-  they est on an aver-
en   circulated    si ttl irs    -    ������'   : ���-'��� " :
rn i ''at   A !"~   '    -   '
,. | find Tl ���
i umenl had n il moved a finger
to encourage transi o itioi or to
o up co.il and oil lands. In the
.I rtment of lands the ������������ - not a
p imphlel ol li'
oing to ih- ��� - li - he regretted ilon of the government to
i i '...���:.' oi within
I mn Is. !' lie In
I. . v '.'. h had ' "-��� thi co ini
Ue i illli 1, - were now be eg
to  ��� ill  Into decay.    Foi   Dewdi
rge ��� lelta
i. .      Dell       nd Chill were
discriminated ag did
not    re   rn    gi ivei   menl oi ters.
The   . . ei ;.��� K Di   was 6 Ing  from
i , ollcy of i." ��� i en-
v- Ithln the revi ������;������ were
���i         ��� ���   this
���   n son to the piovir.ee and
port"               general    ��� ���           efore
,v-           : in.     In   v:- . tacts
wo:il 1     i well to 1 '                 i
men'     Tl ���      flrsl   acl
��������� .   |,-. .          .
- I -  i;  on  foui I -  earlier
I and so si
ber for N in ilmo U
eal - ilni ������
T: .������: the mini -
v.'i   ,aigned  In  the north ol  the  pro-
vi        at the i ���-       Then
< '       the Ke ' '-��� and
u > oi -.i.ii/'-'t '������       ' ���. -
for  a goi ""  and  the
i.  "   .: to permll       ecounl
'-���tl look at th       ���    ilativi   acts.
Tl ���  first   and   worst
ii  ���      i.'.    Bii he finani es were,
U        lid noi   call    I ir    su.!.  drastic
t, - was meted   out.     Thc-
s    in '.- ol the woi   ingi    I n
to  .. iffer.    So objection ���   -   be
in ���... :e thai finally   the ill   n
nds of it and lefl tl ���
g     Tnmenl  to handle :.-.    The hanks
iei   i bluff on the premier and he alio.    I    i>    to    work.      Tin-    extreme
in | ���!. ���. �� li i to the house
tlil   col   exist.     Then   they   were  told
th was a well consi lered    ct, bul
n ���������'   -    bI  '..     II    ��� >ok    S2  amending
. . ��� .       -    i   ���      il  workable.    Nearl)
.��� ���       ie had to be am od
f "    "      .'    '     |Ull 5" 000  I ol...:
i.. nj k.- il   work ible.    Tl e rep
i: ���     . owas i    -���'-.:.
it   :   ���-.. I  thai    the mei     was
v.   . - farm.        ad
i: man.   It foui
miei      'i he tax-
I land in Is,   ami
���.       goi    1 1.
Coal wi       exei ipted from
the v. lid land tax.
ing to the land    ct   Ml   0
said en  this   legislation  was
p. lions came from en
Vll  this  was done  In
noi   In   the   It
bul  i .  order in i ouncil.
w .re of the ie    ���   i
���   .     , iere    were he did  no!
know
1 ';   mil ' ���    of    i In-    province  f t   ���
'    ���
1   mines had  done no
,   ..       ��� ���    ���   '
��� ' i       eneral's  de
rel ted i hal  h.
I   I   o
Iniin   tratlon ol
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. he     ���:    .
m    of    thi
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ol    ih.
.   .     ��� equenl
������    . cey-gei
lers- and
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Th.   w s on  a  Ii Ip to i il I
... ���  we " to i " in his place -in th    I
and in Jum I charf Ing   the duties I
pro   pal I $4,000.   It was
1 In attorney-gei      I did not  see <
June, 19 ". $523,0 tai ���   e with liis colleagues on the
tant    matter    under    (lis    --
week end.
II'   had every faiih in ���':.
this   province.    Its reso
took credit 1 mate. Its pos
sation but tl ���      -  glowing anth Ipatlons     ���
Id i      i it, tl ej  heipe.| to put
rough.    But  the liberals 'ill o
i thi   Im ', lalitj ot II - Incl lence
I-   was  not   the  government,
ition    which    prott    ���
.  Em
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finance  minister.      Ag
culture, dairying, stock raising, i
and lumbering could be carried on in
ln.it   the this province to a degree oi
against  ment   an'l   prosperity,   unapt
1  in any other province in the Do:
Only wise and progressive gove i
was necessary to ens-.:���������  su     Ex
tensive   Burveys,   ready    Inform
encouragement  to  .-
this was needed if the country v.   -
be   filled   up.    The   set Her   asked   for
clear titles and permanent condit
these  led  to  confidence and   Buccess
Equitable  laws,  fair     administration,
the keeping of faith with the  ; -
and   the  insistence     that   the   peopl.
should keep faith with us.   This would
build up British Columbia to th" loft)
position  which her resources entitled
her t" occupy, and this was the policj
and  aim of the party he belonged  '
CHURCHES    ARE    LOOTED.
Robbers Go Through   Houses of Wcr
ship  in   Portland.   Ore.
Portland.   Ore..   March    '. ��� Whin
it   week   six   of   in--   r-rmi
churches       re  teen entered  bj
'it  latest rubuoTi
-   Sunday evenl.i',     rli-ai    thi
igh  an unlock^I doo:  in ihe re-.-.-
of the chancel, en'ered Trinity cathe-
ifter the  services, and.  walking
across the sanctuary' to the al-
iar, struck a match upon the polishe-I
removing ���. candle from a gol-
��� -   and  looted.
oi   mo     thai
��� I  wai
��� :   oh;-, t   : .
I
��� verythlng com
������ hool  aB iii -.  this dl I  a
-.'������.. to thi   provlni ������    '���
cons      : ' ���   of  the    men   v  for
by its ray, proceeded
the church. By means of a chisel the
forced open the desk of the sexton.
e looking for the Sabbath collection, but
the desk was found empty. In the
- ime room was a huge iron safe, with
den    candelabrum,    lighted    it.    an'l.
- and  speakinf     nth.   guJded  ,,.. Us my   proceeded to loot
tor prom] l
'���'  workmen     wages,  bul   supporting
wages   for  a  whole
eir.   The addition of $6,600 for more'
- -  i furl her < onden uatii m
school     ;ci   for  the  chief  in-
reasi In their work was in connection j
���villi  ihe work of this act.    lie held
:i   his   hand   a   letter   from   a   school
In   New  Denver    stating that
about   to  borrow    money
'rom tin- Hank of Montreal at  12
���   m  ordei   t" carry    out   the re-
!, - ol thi ��� act.
E lucattoi ��� p ild tor by the
txploitation   of   natural resources of
he province.   Thai was a Bound prin-
li
The  - " i lis!    members    sui ported
which    their   organlzal I. t.
: ued   but as thi of their
denu nde .   I he exemption  of
the dlsl rid   along! Id    the  ii. and  N.
hej   were    willing to Inflict
in the rev. of the province what the;
:    ' r to their own const II i-
:e ll -
Then the government    came down
which   they   struggled   vainly.    In  it
the collection, amounting to more
than $80.
After pillaging the church they went
to the residence of the rector. Dr. A.
\ Morrison, where, after arousing the
family they were put to flight by the
preacher, who was armed with a re-
."l. a-. In entering the parsonage the
l< ��� ks of four doors were smash."1.
After gaining an entrance the robbers
gradually worked their way upwards.
In the dining room they lighted the
g-is and secured Jl4.' belonging to Mrs.
Morrison and a box of fine Havana
cigars, the property of the rector.
According to the police, the band
of church robbers is led by John C.
Fabrlclus, known throughout ihf big
cities of America as the church thief.
It is claimed that he is aided In the
depredations by a woman companion,
who altends church regularly and r
ports   to   him   when     collections    a
temple,
church.
Third  Presbyterian
Methodist,   the   White
Baptist    and    the    Unitarian
'    ' rovin.    ' sL   The thi irith amending clauses, to we
land        ,.-   which  had  hardly  erne Into   ' The ���8t of tne clulrphes roI)1(���., ,���..
'        i    ed.      Im-    governmenl ^ration.      The  amendments    ��-"  s'���,es Trlnl.v ate iho FlrSt Ch^rcl, of
���     oed a  deal  ear to  these petitions, worse than the original clauses    The  rhrist   Scientist
Free homesteads with free timber had abolition of rural  municipalities  was  rhurch.  Grace
been   given   to  the  settlers,  but  later ,,��� outrage.    It meant in his constitu-
- ivernment confiscated ency school districts ten miles by fif
this prop.-������     Their excuse was thai teen,    The  idea  was  worthy  ,,f  the  0	
tl  ���.   were In B tight place and had to brain from which it emanated.
<lo it, and they did it.   Then there was      Turning from legislation to the ques-]      . Instantly  Killed
���i   on   the  logs,   50 tlon  of  administration, the  first duty
cents .' thousand, which was practical of thi   governmenl   was to deal with
ition  and  reduced    the    value the two blocks ot land In  Southeast
"f   l!l"  UUe  to  thai   of an  ordinary Xootenay.      They  Issued  licences  to
" >wn grant   Only the determination rveryone who applied���everyone wlll-
ol   the .   position on the floor of the Ing to pay $100.    The conditions, the
he situ   ion.   Under the lifflcultii    wer.   ignored, revenue was
the tax was reduced wanted  and  the licences  were  issued
"���    cent pei  thousand. foi   land   which  the government  had
The :..-..: bad teal       was the timber helped  ihe rallwaj    company to rob
i    ��� ise ���; tlon.   When it became im- the   people  of.      in   some  Instances
I  ���   "iv       i m   ' ...  thi.- clause the line twentj   licences  had   been   Issued   for
: ���    -; ���   .  ,   ��� the pn since knew land.   No title could be ob-
: ���      sad    the    license revenue talned and capital would not come in
Corning, N. Y., March 7.���.lohn
Wood, aged M years of age, of Troy,
Pa., and Miss Ross Ma.ldox, of this
city, were instantly killed by a train
at the crossing at the Erie railroad
here late last night. The two were
driving 'acress the track when their
carriage was struck i.y an easthoiir.i
:��� issenger train.
Does Business in  Mexico.
Mexico   City.   March   7.���The   Bank
of  Montreal   (Canada)   has decided tj
Put in Stock During the Last Two
Weeks.    This means that exactly
l ST V! ' I
:.-        irated ict   ol
'Ai'lTAi. (All  paid up). .
1    	
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paruamei'
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all the  principal eitu n
Ctii.r.'  banking bu I iei . I
SAVINGS   UtPAKI Mt".
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)pen    Saturday
o'clock
NEW
WES7
F. B.
UNSr&H BKANCH
yle,  Manager.
1 o9ooo
WORTH
���'  ���    Lord S
[to    I, G.C.M ...     Ho     P
n. Sir G. A
S.  Clouston,  Vice  Pi    I I n    an I
M mager.
or
NEW
SHOES
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Branch. tbe
:.   Cans In    ;  .i Ion,   i...      Sew
Y irk,  CI "   and   Bt.   Jonn,   Slid.,
:.���   orfi udents in all i   .     of I
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Savings Bank Dcpt.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G.  D.   Bryn-.er.   Manager.
NOVELTY
IRON WORKS
W   i URRIE, Ma
Carriage Repairing, Shoeing
and General Blecksmlthtag.
���   ��� Structun    I
W. rk .-; ���
Kegble Street.
*�����������*<>���<��������������������������������������������������� <-�����������������*���������������������*�� v*��*o*v**
t TH.QS. R. PEARSON
has just been added to our already
large stock. We aim to have and
do have all the wanted  styles.
Black Leathers 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
ask for we're prepared to give you
Ccin Arrange
fcrms  For  You.
S2;   One bund
'.    le; :  tlrst-cl ���-- i mi.
i
���
i ���.;: ,,... . ems ana stock
Investlgatl Price. $90 per ,icr = .
I027���An unusi
���    75 ai  ��� - ":. ler nrst-ciass i
goo
. ��� ���
,:    '
l |        . . from $2,500 to 1 ���       '       '   '
Knee. ��, ,dO0 c ash.
G'i-*W->WWW<<<!">OW + WW*'WW<>t ���>�����>��>���><>������< ��t������ ���.�����*>���>**�����*������ <*������>
BRIGHT THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
FOR THE l^EST SHOES
'Phone 101
ReichenbachCompany
limited
Wholesale and Retail
Butchers
For your next order of meat.
J
Columbia Street
oimston s
j
Big Shoe House j
100,003 thawing for develo]:..' al purposes.
oi'en a Irmicli in this city.
I
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Royal City
Co.
Wholesale and Retail Denlers In
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily i\ewt. New Westminster, P-
Wiry09i WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
Shingle and Saw Mil!
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
New Westminster, B. C.
.   U< .*��'<SIJBWJllMak.  .
GTO NORTH RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in trie Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
"^ WORK ON NEW BUIL3SNG
VIA THE
CHOICE TIMOTHY
Great Northern Railway
"The ContfortabU   Way" Routt of the Famors Oriental Limited
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
F. C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
 J
���A'ELL SB WW
/arloui     Sub contracts   Are   A*   i
and   Workmen   Oct   Cut/
With   Tools.
,0 PI
I  .
The pick of the market at
LOWEST PRICES
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,
The   Front,   New   Westminster,   B.   C.
��� *m mmtwm* mm W mm immmsm �� m a
Spring  Goods
Arriving Daily
For First-class Job Printing in
All its Branches	
Give   Us   a    Trial
'MOP
INGL
Recommended by The Daily News
Front and  Sixth   Streets
I
I    Summer Blouses, Summer Whitewear and Shirt- j��
waist Suite. p
I* Prices Reasonable and to/ ��
Suit All Purses.  '.    .    .    . f
%$    Make a selection now while the stock is new. 0
U'o: k on tin new Ii
noi   ���     Mel    r./..e    anil  Can
i   now well under v..i f anil the
> "in.-in   li-'l ami t ol
������I      lie .      "i    .
nr.    ' ��� ���     antra ai '    hej
ire  push! i        irl        i I  o
iplillj ,".... i
'  '."��� culllll I   '   'iII
Mi Ka> ��ho ,. ������      army ol   tone
The stone  used  i -
hi  nun Hill'.   Ini"  sample of  er ml e,
ind   was   brought     in    from   M.
Kelly   &   M in i>  .  qu m     al   Oi
' . ie -ir Nelson Island, The foun-
1 ��� Ion "i coucreti la 12 feel belov, the
I " 'I and the stone bu semenl  ��ill  De
9 feel '. in, in    deep   The dimension of
ulldlng will  i.e 5Sx37 feet,  with
22  fool   wall   above    the  foundation,
embracing  two  Hal
The structure  will  bo bulll   ol   red
brlclt '.. Ith cul ���'  In    Ing and will
doubtle pn enl n line apt earance
when completed. Tho heatln ap
paratuB wil' occupy pan ol thi I i e
inenl; other space will be taken up bj
i  large fire proof vault,    Vaults will
��� - '   fl   on   i! ther  two   Hats.
The ground  floor will be occupied by
the Fisheries dei art meut, and the up-
i ��� r Hai will be devoted to Ihe demands
of the Indian department.   There will
wo main entrances, one al either
n I   of  the  strui lure  and   facing  on
.: narvon street,   The lavatoi le
10 I e   tj led   in   t'.i"  most    up ������
Messrs  Hardman  and   Bi     m
   I '���""  awardi d  tl ntracl   tor
the   '"���   "ir-   and   copper  work,  while
ihe heating and plumblni   I ��� - not yel
ced,   The roof r 111 be gravel-
: and will dip toward l he back.    It
a  matter for fcoi    lei    le I u
on thai all the contractors are i,,, nl
men.    Mr. Win. Turnbull Is ai tin ��� ..-
Inspector of works, unci, i   Supt,  l len
derson  of  Victoria.    Tl -  were
���' irnlshed from Ottawa an ! those who
re  qualified  t Judge thai   they
could lianlly be Improved upon.
' II 1.5   DABY    IN    SLEEP.
Rol
i  Life.
Portlai r
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.'Oil '1
louth   Henil,   brln ��� Pu
���   ..
As iii    , bililren   t Greenville.  M
ler had to  : ' :   ��� Her nl
tor tl." twin    ;���,'"',:      ��� ' !'' John  In
���     ile trip    ���    !��� ':!'
the othe    little ones, si
hotel.
I        ' ���.    11 !
nt buil urn n      for
id    the    father
fere forced to take the tw In
In  | '"l ��Ith tie'in.    Worn oul  by tin
WOI I'
|i,  and  during    ihe  tii.li'   rolled
upon the babj  boj. Ed ,\ In       ho v
i ���    nod hj the ci le i of the
i
W0" ;
Island,  ai I eft hen i
'' ir  the Dominion  fail  to
ml  "'" : '' a the Sin
w< ordlng to the letter from  P   .
Capa I rother had bi me I
rip,    Mi     ' ell ' ,l!   '''   '"''   "���" psymeni  ol   i
meal    with   an   unknow an,
the  I'n I  lilted  in the il   , ,
John.    The murderer  refu ������ i  to  i .
for his meal, whereupon John grab t i
foi his hat, which he held a i pa; mi n
tor  ""'   al,    Declarh
the   man  lefl   the restaurao ,. .
he would return later, and Hi il
'"'     '":|1 I   "li��"   ���lohn        Ahoiii    2  3 i
the     man    retiu 1    and    Bhol
padoucu   through   the  lungs,   with    i
fatal  result, the man dying two ..
I    lei'.
letter to   Mr.  Adams  Ib   v, ry
written, and  in  II   Peter  . ���
ks Mr,   >.. l. 11,. -; to pro ��� t uto
the   murderer, although he does  m -
DECISION    FAVORS   UNIONS.
I.^bor Leaders Secure Notable Victor/
In   New   York   Court.
.'���'���a   Yinl..   March   6,    In   deciding
In il   t'  una i i ion  om -1"     o
the United States Pi Intlng coinpai
Ohio, who Boughl io restrain the con
  from ontei Ing Into a working pad
with the stereotypers and elei trotj p
ers' union, which would exclude fre ���
' ibor, Jugde Marean of the su] reme
' ourl of liy i i ��� ��� : :.. gave ju.li
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sanction  to the "closed    shop"  mentl��n  the name  of  the  man  wl
' id   the   crii
cute an unknown man for a murder
committed in the extreme southern
pai i  of the country is a mystei ���
CARRIES   BOMB   IN   HAIR.
!
.... CALL ON.... V .        A ��� |
i.A.Muir&Co.JllstArrived
Racycle
A few Winter Blouses, v hile they last,     fj
from 50c to $2.75.
The White House
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Columbia St.
A. J. BirtcK
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PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS lor
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specially.
Ellard Block,
unci
Perfect
Bicycles
Call and look over i he stock before
purchasing  elsewhere.
^m^fm^^SS^w^S^^^^Wk^W^mSS^mfy^G' New Westminster.
B.C.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia  St. Sign.  Man  on  Wheel.
Tuberculosa   Meeting.
A   m in-   of  the  anti-tuberculosis
" li ;. will be held on Friday afternoon, March 9, at 2 o'l lot l( in the
hoard of tra. ��� ��� robm, lv Pagan will
" present, and will address the meeting. All persons Interested ir. the
���'.i are cordially Invited to be
present
St-ry of Alliance.
London, March 7.���"Interesting, but
untrue," was tl,.- British foreign ofllca
comment oh s Jtorj published In Paris
" he effect thai a formal politic il alliance betwi 'ii i;teai Britain and
Spain will prompt!* follow King Alfonso's marriag i to Princess Ena of
Battenburg.
principle.   There will be an Immediate '"",!!';'""< ' ;rime.    Jusi  how r,
appeal  lo the appellate division of     I''"1" '   Ml'  ' t,ams  "'  l:";'
��� uprem ecourt, and  If Judge  M
i I lined labor leaders -15  li  will
lotnl le victory.
\i''T a bitter fighl againsl the un
Ion ���   which   freely  used   the  bo
the  United  States  Printing compan
"' Ohio which has a plant in William
burg, entered   aboul  a  year ago, Into
i   ' 'le'Tieiii  with the unions where
ndertool   to unionize its Williamsburg   plant.        Three   non union
lo; .     nan e l Klssam, Drl coil and
Mill: were given the ; r[\ lloge of joining  the union  and  refused.    To pre
venl   their ai charge    the    non-union
��� " broughl    injunction    proceedings
and the contes! In the courts lias been
wane! since.
 o	
Adding to  Library.
The   Carnegie    ill rary   is   fast   be
' omlng a perfeel  arl  gall n y,    In a !���
Woman  Terrorist   Gets Close  to   H  r
Mark   in   Russia.
Mosi iw,  March   6.   A   Soldi;   i Ian-
lte'l  attemi i  on  the lit.' of Vice  A I-
miral Deubashoff, governoi gi neri i
M ��   ind in imber of ihe 11 uni ii of
ih" empire, was frustrated yeal    lay,
As In the case of Vice \ imli il I
knin. wl n February 9 w is   In   ob'
jeel of a lei'i'iiiisi attack, the wouid-'oo
��� in  was a  woman.
Re] resenting thai Bhe can'." f, mi
i ( i.-oii il friends .1 the governoi i en
i i.ii she gained admit! ini e to tho
chancellor, bul her agital Ion al cte l
th' ��� attention of i n aide, who aoi   ed
'lUUm "' lh" :'i'"","s    "f the clty'8 particularly the luxuriant : th    wo-
:''     '    '���    '  tes'   Past   :l,">   l,raBent. nan's hair, which   was   colffed   high
and   a   magnificent   specimen   of   the ,.;il)I1 hl���. hea,
elk  tribe the library  is  now  rurther      Waen she was Interrogated she at
' mented by s choice collection of ,���������������,, ,��� ���,,���, but  wag seized .,,,
forty-elghl  birds from  Victoria.    The ,1IMI(.,���M .,,���, .,  ,.���,.,��� , ,,, wa    .,
'ion  embraces  several   varieties
enn I concealed In her tresses.   The
il    ills, ducks, humming birds, larks. Identity of .,,.,  ,���,,., ; ..
hawks.i pheasants, bittern, owls, wood   Batabllshed
peckers,  cormorants,    mouse, and  a
 o	
Ptarmigan.    In  thi     ack.  room, there
Is a good collection of plaster of pa
heads, duplicates of the craniums of
One More  for Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, March 6,   A    red i
jnotable people of all descriptions, and  tion bill will be Introduced al the i re
���   "client  nucleus for a choice liitle   sent   session of the legislature, givitl
museum. a fourth member to this city.
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LY NEWS
The Paper for New Westminster, First, Last and All the Time.
All the News Both Local and Abroad.
Delivered to Your Home Every Week Day Evening for
10 Cents Per Week
A CHANCE FOR THE BOYS!
To the Route Boy Securing the Most New Subscribers During the Month of March
A n Elega nt Raincoat and Cap will be Presented.
To the News Boy Selling the Most Papers���Daily News-a Similar Present will be Given.
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j THE DAILY NEWS
\\'��.0NC6DAY, MARCH 7, 1906.
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THE DAILY NEWS
, 11   Dallj  \.".. ��� Pub
Limited,   ai    ilulr
"i    Sixth   ai a   Pro
N  -   Westminster,  B   C
'��� ind  N1 j i    Edward  D.  Sawyer
Advertising Rates.
.���rn     ��� ������   '   j     .   |vi li'
< '��� i all IS Ilni b to
t   ���    ich.      Five cents  per  line  for
lent tlons.
r..   line ��� old '.... ���    s "���   I"
pet line, brevier i>r uonparlel, 10
..       ,..: line.
" ���    time   . onl facts,   special   post-
t '-'���, i. to advertising man    11
\ it ices   of   '.ii ills,   in..'.: ..i-. ��� -���   ..���'
,. \\ ,'iu-.. foi sales, '."st or
i let, i '���'. .n"' . ant per
n.i advertisement  taken for
le ". : ��� . ents.
or proprli  irj   medti lue ad
\ ���     .-     Ins Tl id  si   ra!
,.   ��� li : .     - i or if
26 ceni b |."  ,in.' per
i. No devl r.i.ni from this t sti for
.!��� ts
Telephones.
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CITE  SAVERS SOCIETY.
. ; i. v. .i. h 6    '-���  .
��� ni.- lit  "
A    . | ition of B
i     .      he    'it "���
v ..   1 ��� 1   .' .   follow ������
v."i .-...-   ts d rovldc
>- '���;,���''..
t   ��� . urn shipv reck oi othi i  t ���.-1
:\    - ��� ���    iin.i  whet.' - ..-��� li. ition has
i     i ��� .' ." :,> th.. Ileutenai
i.   .' in( il  for the Inc i   ���
bo t . lor ihe i".-. pose mi
'I h ���: efoi - HI - v.- .   ��� with
tl.- advice and oousent of the leg -
live  .'   9 "it!,   ol
i;.!i Columbi i. ea icts ..- I Hows
l   This   -,:-t   maj   be  cited   as
"1 ii .'ooal   and  Ltfesavlng   Issot
I       1906."
!    \. .1   C  Q ill ������'.  , A. B, 1     ser S
.i '     -   \     Douglas,    Paul    B.
Jo .   '   P Irson, J   P., H   D
K        i   ;    In Clement R      -  i
J. '      V.  -.'.   :    '.I, C lin 0
I   ��� ". \\       Pi   ' . \:   ': W
V       ler. H, C  Marsh and I
ol   Vi<'    '
B'.wi.i    ���  and  su. cesso
here
h ���      I and    i ons Ituted
i poll Ui    ndei
of 'The 1 Ufesaving  As
socla     ���  of Bi Itish Columl    " and as
and stall
ha re an I enjaj  iwrj       '  -
-i . ��� p it at s seal, and   all
pou . i s and pi li ll< ges   ms le corat
and   appurtenant to cor| bodies
.
British Columbia.
I. Any th ot the pet
.,.,,-. ��� ....
i .i by
ihi'in and ms. rted In twt a more
newspi ��� In the pi ���
and such un
���
Ice shall thei i bj a] ,
t .The  -.. " tj   shall  consist  of all
.���: sons who       conti II ute lo the
funds thereol according to the terms
and conditions of such rules and regulations as the society   may ado
tor the ponsUtutlon of th
six lotj. .ui.l for ihe i ui pose ol boldln
Ural   me ttlng, and all  o 1
Un in.ii ���   ii '���   Ing - . . i"i   to
it  . I the .���..iisiiiuiH.il. of the i
mime i  in  the seci
..
. Id a    im of not less
: '
���   .. ;;  b>
u. of the -,-  ii
'...'.
: ..1 and m
. ��� the s ild  ���'������ lety, and, i
ling   he
���
- time amend, i b
such i it's and
m,      . he   .-v
������>
recelvi
. . ������ ���-. . si -
lions and doi -
t . , personal  estate,
or  given
.in.l maj acquire, hold, leas
. ige    any    real .'state
,   . .      ng on ot  the
if   he
7. T     59 '       an     stal
ranch soi 1 n all
ny 0      e cities  tbwns, niunli li alltli s
ir eli I dls       ���    '   he province,
Imd and subject  to or
��� -    us    maj   '.'.
deemed  uecessarj     -  expedient
Royal Bank
of Canada
Cap Ul $3,000,000,    Reserve $3.-;3-.'.f:
Total   Assets  SJb.i/i.Sits.
Bi ..-...'..- -   an I   . orrespon tents   li
all  tlie  principal  cities ot tne world.
Generai  barking  business transacted.
SAVINGS  DtPAHIMtM.
ens In! added
&��k; UEESa^:^ tfiaaaiV e^8 GW ^5affia��S��glI>ft
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Spring (joods
Arriving Daily
Summer Blouses, Summer Whitewear and Shirtwaist Soils.
Prices Reasonable :-.nd to
Suit All Purses	
Make a selection now while the stuck is new. I
A few Winter Blouses, v hile they last,
from 50c to $2.75.
Tkc Wliite House
Columbia St. A. J. Birtch
1 rsuuoing m
Lot "ii 1st Streel below Q teen's
Avenue at the al
$400.00
'erms   (100 Cash,  Balance in 3, ���>, 9
8     months at 6 per cent..
A realh good residential 1"'. is a scarce
article and you  must act  quicklj   or
8      ir.tL'tV
I Matins, Coulttiard & Co.
"* Profeailoral   Philanthropists,
I    NOVELTY
IRON WORKS
W. R. Gilley.   Ktic-ne  l-JKi.
J. R. Siiley,   i-'lione  1 -4-9    |
GilSey Bros,
ii. iters 111
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,    j
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agonts 11. U. eottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
1.    :i agents \ ancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C.. Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone l-to
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\V. CURRIE, Man,.
Carriage Repairing, Shoeing
and General Blactemlthlng.
i . fgins . an 1 an I Si   d tral Ir
Special!
Resbte Strt-ct.
fr qura rataagarawi aanE. iQ|j C CitaBa
mm Dram
$&u
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GREW NOjfflWj RAILWAY
Beginning, February 15th, 1906
Through Tourist Sleepers
Every Day in the Year
Between Seattle and Chicago
"i i Business
ii
Chanc
-VIA THK-
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Great Northern Railway
The Comfortable Way" Route of the Fomoas Oriental Limited
For detailed ini rmation, rates, etc., call on or address
F. C. GRIFFiN, New Westminster, B. C.
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Coll rest rates
?pe-i   Saturdi)   nig>-:s   trcm a to 9
o'clock
NEW   WEST^.NSl i.K   bKANCH
F.  B.  Lvle.  Manager.
Shingle and Saw Mill
Machinery
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd., I f. 1. Hart I Co., ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. ��~~  - -
! We have listed with
��� us for quick sale, one
{ good paying hotel, show-
! ing a profit of from $6,-
; 000 to $8,000 per year;
} likewise   a   blacksmith
! business, restaurant and
i general store business.
i ~
��� We  can demonstrate
| to   you   that   there    is
! money   being   made in
11 each business.
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I Farms to Rent
! W e h a v e t wo good fa rm s
'i to rent.     One on   the
j Delta, the other in Sur-
! rev.     Particulars at our
! office.
ICKERS
Just placed in stock a complete line of these celebrated
goods.   Pants all made with double seats and knees,
Prices~60c, 75c, 90c, $1 and $1.50
We also carry other brands of boy's pants.   In tweed
and moleskin, lined throughout, all sizes 25 to S3
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50 Cents the Pair
PHILLIPS, The ** qothier
Advertise in ihe News
IT PAYS
"-/"iV ~isns
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- -rgggfflBfflgEBSi^JML^^
The Home of the
Celebrated
Our Line of Ladies' ar*
isses
Sh
oes
I S   ^ *    -    . ,3
���    ;.   .: ;-���   . .. SHOE, ;   .: will
ilS
We are I     ' ������  .\_     - '��� . .   City
t. N<'.'.  .'���'��� - -'.-..            tit..
! A'...'", sr L Shoes     ��� Men that w< re-
i
; i   nmend is the
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! Harlow
Embraces all the celebrated makes, including the
Ultra and Queen quality.    The prices of
these shoes never change.
We have just completed ona of n? greatest 3 >-.l iv sales in the history of our store and
now have ample room for the biggest display of up-to-date spring footwear on the market, which
is arriving daily.   Drop in and examine it.   All the latest eastern effects and styles.
Shoe
ANNOUNCEMENT: We are just advised by the Sinter pe pie that they are now
placing on the market a shoe for women which they premise to give as great a name as that
achieved by the SHOE for men. We will handle a complete line of them and expect to announce their arrival very shortly.
" This Shoe has Stood the Testjof Time and
Has No Sui erior, !
W. E. S1NCLA
Coiumbia St.,   -   New Westminster
& i& WEDNESDAY.  MARCH  7.   1506.
THE DAILY.NEYVS
Cut Prices...      Local News Briefly Told
E, C
f  i'   Maxwi it. s -
Kinh. C   K
To Introduce
Stransky's Agateware
50 Per Cent.
See Display and Prices in Window
Kirk's Hardware.
J. O. Manser, ol Ruflcin, came In to   Vancouver on  April 9 on  a  .mi  to
Mi
the Favorite.
-. Kirby, of Langley, vas a visst-
We Will Reduce
the Prices ....
'jr in tie- city todaj.
il.  Bonson came In from Bona
Landldg on the Favorite today.
IM ACKAYS
Japan and China.    The main i
"i their vlsll is t., consider the union
of the Methodlsl missions of An. t. ,
1' nada and Oreal   Britain.    Re\.  D\-
The football meet i lie I foi la...
nlghl in Ryall's Btore was adjourned
"it account o't Insufficient attendance
The object of the meeting was i.,
come tn a decision us tu the forms
tlon of Intermediate and junlo-
ie.ie.nes and decide upon a uniform
standard with the island teams, Oil
the Mainlafid, when a player ha* play-
Ri ��� a. ,i. Brace has returned home ed In three senior games he In rate,.
from .lames Bay, where he preached as a Benlor.   On the island a player
must reach the age of 21 before catch
Ing a place with (he Benlors, There
will be a special meeting of those in
A. Brown was a passenger to Sun
try on the Transfer today.
\V.     Aliliotl
was among the Tram*
:���      passengers to Ladners today.
ii. Therpln returned home
iter's on today's Transfer.
in Lad-
missionary senium.- on Sunday last.
.1. il. Gourley  was a  passenger to
��� ��� rj toila> on a horse buj ini: e.\
Books, Stationery, Fancy
Ljooqs, Small Wares, Etc.
J      from.
Thousands of writing pads   in   stock.
Over  50   kinds  to   select
Hundreds o'  papeteries. dozens  of  kinds.
We raise the quality of our   stock.     We   hold  the  prices  down.
J. J. MACKAY & CO.,
Wholesale and  retail.
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'.���.���'.���: ���: .���:��.>:��� *>;�����;.���; *,.;.*:*, ��:>;oxt��'i "*':* '���>���.���:��� ���. ���:,* ���>. *,'*. �����"���'. ���>' '�����'.'*..*;���'
pedttlon.
The College bai ketball team will
'i.e. againsl a team from Cloverdale
��� ii the Armories cm Saturday evening,
Capt. Atcheson, of the govern
���"at   Oeoi :;ia.   is   UWB)   on   a   I".   Il
rip to Blaine
Mi. Justice Morrlsol has lefl roi
Vli lorla lo attend a i esalon of tie  foe
court.
-Mrs. It.'hi. wife ol Capt. Reld, of the
I.   mer Beaver, w as a  ;..   tenger  u
river tins morning.
J. Retchenbai 1. received a ear of ba>
mil potatoes todaj from .lohn Oliver
if the Delta.
ted in football.ai the Badmlntoj
hotel '' : > venlng, al which New
Westminster ��ill  be re   i  ejth l
SECRET   SOCIETIES
THE.   ROYAL  TEMPLARS OF  TEM-
POttANCE meel   ev. i .   Wednesdaj
al   ��� h  p   ii, .  in  11.; ii. lion
Hall,    Colural la eel      Visiting
Breth -"i. . " cordlall) Invited to al
tend, .i. .-' Bryson, s. C; N it.
Brown, Rec, Sec.
BOARD OF TRADE. ���New Westinin
Hter Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, Cltj Hall, as follows
Second Wednesdaj uf each month
Quarterly meetings un the second
Wednesdaj ol February, Mi
Augusl and November, at 8 p. ni.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesdaj of February. Ne��
members may be proposed and
elected al anj monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White. Sec
SONS OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
camp, 181.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesdaj of everj month mi
K.    of   p,  Hall.     John    M. Ntv. d
Chief;  .I   J,  I'm rosier. Rec. See.
KING SOi.OMON  LOrc.E. N". 17,  A.
F    fi    v   M     !!������" ilar   ���
Hoiih of tl re held or  the
I "'������ I t   in  each  month  in
II nnli       i    le. .it S n   in.    Visit-
��� a   :���".'  ei'-'lii'.!'    Invited
to mien.1.    II.  W. I'.il.in: it, Sec
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
S..dm,n 6j   R^.l Warrant  to  I ,,   It.,,   ..,   y������, EJuvrJ.VII.
CATALOGUE OF
Sutton's Seeds
Ready for Your Selection
VEGE*TAttEES
GARDEN    MtAS
PLONM Us
Sutton's   liu ,������  Bedd
Sutton's i-:.-i: Host   Marrow
Sutton's Bountiful.
Sutton's Improved    Kingieader       '''���
Suit..n't   Selected       American    ^er> button's Dwarf Bedder
Pure
Vati
White
Uter, Sutton's  Dwarf  Bedder,  s. ,,���
cany
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at
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W. E. FALES   |
| Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer, Etc. |
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
Tin regular meeting of this
is field mi the Fir l V\ < in.��� laj In
each month, al 8 o'clock p. m��� in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. In. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Sei ; el  ���
Manai ei  Glover, of the B, C.  Blec
trie Co., made a flying business trip   L0YAL 0RANGE L0DGE
Atlantic Express leaves
' 16.40; ha- first-class si,-,
j diners.
Tourists cars   im-    i oronto   everj
Monday and   Kridaj;    ror   Montn si
every Wednesdaj  and B iturdaj
Scatlle train  leaves aailj   al   �� SO.
For further particulars appij  to
ED. ...it it, i.
<'   r. k. Agent.
*ow  Westminster.
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent.
Vancouver.
J     Wall Paper,       Linoleum,       Oilcoths,       Carpets, !j
;*; Perambulators, Etc., Carpets Sewn and Laid. J
!���' Undertaking in all its branches promptly attended to. !���!
$ Picture Framing. !���!
| .  |
'$ Columbia Street.     -    Telephone 176. '��
'.*z*\*.\.z*::*:.*::<*:*:m
M. McLean, of Vancouver, was
passenger from Mount Lehman i
he Favorite today.
Mrs. Young, wife of Captain v.niii
was a passenger up river on the Fa
irite today.
NO.   1150
Meets   in  Orange  hall
third Friday In each montn ,u .-.
in.    Vlsll ing brel liren are cordially |
J* 8anpd Trains & Steamers
Invite.
W, M.
to intend.     E.   E.   Matthias.
J. Humphries, Rec-Sec.
��� Wi
ii tin
night.
.��� Down East" will lie presented
Westminster theater tomorrow
Mrs. W, H. Barrowclough will leave
n a few days on a visit to Rev. ami
Mrs. Crossby, al Sardis,
Carman will probably preach in the
Queen's  Avenue  Metlioilisi   church   he-
fore  leaving.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. No. 1593���
Meets in Orange hall first and third
Wednesdays of each month at s p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. Rev. A. J. Seymour.  W.M.;   E.  W.  Cook. Him',-Sec.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY i jDGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. S. J. May.
N. G.;  W. 0. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS IN TOWN
S. J. DAVBSOM
ESTABLISHED 1895
Manufacturer   of HameSS and Saddle^
Front St. next Daily News
New Westminster,   ���  B. C.
Repairing of all descriptions. "t
'awtjivi - ,-g:^ .a ii.-.ai-.:"::i.irrK.Ta.m -..i^t.v vg.".*-:-T.^y����*s��.ju.'.��r.��il
.1.
turn
,1'tei
city.
McLaurin, of East Langley, re
.1 home on the Favorite today,
a purchasing expedition In the
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;���;
| T. Jo Trapp & Co,
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Farming Implements
and Machinery	
Complete line of Carriages  and Farm Wagons,
Hardware, Stoves and Ranges,
Auction Sale every Friday  in the Market Square,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.,
COLUMBIA   STREET, NEW   WESTMINSTER,
B.  C.
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The Leading Jeweler
Everything in the Jcwclcry Line
Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Etc.
Cut Glass and Ebony Goods
Suitable tor all  occasions.
W. C. CHAMBERLiN, -'
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Mutual  Life Assurance
Co. of Canada
Alnolllll    ol    I''
Amounl  of Al
HClOB now  111  force eXI Is ��ll.iiii:i,iiilil.tlll
sets, legitimate and solid, now cm is ��� ih.uuii.uuO.OO
This
holders.
(II i It  Mil I 111
Possible Outlay.
Is a company ol polio y-holdars, by policy-holders, tor-policy-
l lie largest  unioiint  of Assurance for the Least.
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S. W. BODLEY, District Manager.
New Westminster, B. C. 'Phone Kb.
A Spaendid Btsy ���..
5 Acres, North Arm Road,   1   Acre   in   Fruit,   I!   I'.oomeil   Cottage,
Stable and Chicken House (new), Bathroom.   Fine place for fruit or
chicken ranch,   Enquire about this,   $1800   Half Cash.
TO RENT
160 acres in Coqultlam, largs house in good shape, hams, etc., 20
acres under fenced I'mit trees. <'an be rented for 8 years reasonably.
Also n number of cattle and horses on ranch which arrangements can be
made for.
McLEOD, MARK & CO., Real Estate and Insurance, ftSS*/N
The lien. W. Ni rman Hole was i
lassenger on the steamer Beaver on
1 business vlsll to Chllllwack this
morning .
The Cunningham Hardware Co. thi-.
naming received s carload of bar
iron from the Montreal Roller mills
iver the Oreal Northern.
Rev. ���!. s. Henderson addresses the
alsslonary association    of    the  First
Presbyterian  church.  Vancouver, this
venlng on ' Essentials of Missionary
.'in cess."
The steamei Phoenix, o\iued i'> the
\. ii. c. packers, is tied up al the
fool of Eighth street, She was re
���entiy iii dry doi 1. and Is getting ready
for hard service,   x
The Columbia College school will he
'ield I his year nlioiii   the  15th of  lime
Preparations for a good programme
ire under consideration. This will be
ilu   second of an annual series.
Special evangelistic services are be-
Ug   advertised   ns   being   held   In   the
lew Gospel hill ai the corner of siv.ih
ivenue and Ninth street. They are to
e conducted by lv Stack, who was
or many years connected with the
Hussars,
II. .1.  Faber, formerly ot the Fraser
River Sawmill Co., leaves on the (I
N. II. liver at t.X, tills afternoon en
route lo Samoa. Cal.. where he has accepted n position with one of the his
southern mills. Mr, Faber is accompanied by his wile.
The 0, N. li. barge Sidney was
iroughl in from Sidney last olght,
larrylng ears of brick and lumber for
tern   Bhlpment,  from   Victoria.
.i. li. White, ii. lv, local superintend-
���in of Methodlsl missions, will leave
'Ills   week   on   an   olllriiil   trip   lo   the
upper countr;.
Joseph Ro D, I., s.. who ha,i
maintained an oil.." in ihe olty all
winter, returns to Kamloops Oils
svenlng, where he will itarl actlv.)
iperations In the field at an early
in.'.
I'l'desl rlatis   who  have   In  cross  111"
Kraser river bridge will no longer
neei io kick about wading the mud an
n limn hns for Hie past  I wo days I n
engaged with a hose, washing the da
i hrls and  mud Into the river.
The Rev, T. Crossby, of Huniis, wl.1
lecture  in  tbe West   Bind  Methodlsl
church   In   the   near   future   on   work.
among   the   coast   Indians,   past   and
present,     Mr.  Crossby was the pioneer Methodlsl Indian missionary on
the roast, ami entered upon the wots
Willi"  Iii   his  teens,
c c. Fisher, government agent, win
deliver ii lecture on the "Principles of
Masonry" ai 8 o'clock this evening In
the Masonic Temple,   The members
of   both   local   Indues   will   bo  present
and all visiting brethren are oordlally
and earnestly invited to attend,
Rev,  lir. Carman, general  superlu-j
leiiiieiii  of  Methodlsl   minions, and,
Ili'V. Dr. Sutherland, general secretin.\
ol missions, both ot Toronto, sail fror
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visit ini:
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. 0. I". W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson Btreet, C.
S. Conic,in, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMEIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall. Columbia St., al
s p. in.. While r.ose Degree, Fourth
Wednesdaj    In   etch month, same
time   md pli ���    Vlslttng Brethren
cordially    Invite I.      B,   B.  Stini h-
comb,. Pie*.. H. Disney, S .cretary.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4000. I.O.F.
\i ��� its the Fourth Frldnv In the
month nl 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block, Visiting
brethres are cordlall) Invite I to i
tend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT POYAL COLUMBIA. No. 83:8.
A. O. F.-The regular meetings ol
this Lodge :u.> held on the Secon l
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
ct s p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiiing Brethren are cordialy  In-
.". I'. 11. main LINE.
Leave New  Westminster  16.40 daily,
Arrive  New   Westminster  11.35 daily.
C. P, It. MISSION BRANCH,
Lv, New West. . 8.30; ar. Seattle 16.50,
Lv. Seattle 10; ar, New  West. 18.40.
C. P. R, WESTR, JUNCTION.
Lv. New Wesi.  10.36 and  17.35,
Ar .New West. 9.36 ami  16 10,
C. P. H. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv,. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 1 p.m.
Lv. N. w. 4.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; nr. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4.20 p.m.;  ar.  X. W.    :��.U5
p.m.
v.. W. & Y.���VANCOUVER.
Lv. X. W. n p.m. and 9.36 p.iu.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O, N. R.���PORT GUICHON,
Lv.   N.   W.  9.20   a.m.;   ar.  Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon 2.iii p.m.; ar. N. w.
9.35 p.m.
Mondays only.
II. C. ELECTRIC -VANCOUVER.
Lv. New West. 5.60 .-i.iii., 6.50, 8
and hourly until 11 p.m., With half-
hourly 18 wee:, 12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
Saturday half-hourly noon to II p.m.
Sunday hourly 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.;
with half-hourly bet. noon and 7 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver same time through
uut.
Mail Service
close.     Received.
Seattl". via Siimas in.nil p.m.    6,46 p..m
Sap'n ,t Millside..,10,011 p.m.   6.46 p.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m.
eleven!,ile. Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. . . 8.46 run. 3.30 p.m.
Van. i- Cent/ Park...l0.30 a.m.   2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
i: isi Burnaby.. . .  L16 p.m.   1.16 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
blast,   via  C.l'JL..  :!..>.�� p.m. 12.ml m
Bap., Mill, Coq'm.. 3.00p.m. 12.00m
Van. & Burnaby..  3.30 p.m.   6.00p.m.
For Good Values
We endeavor to
Kio cuts worth
dollar
always give
tor   every
Our $15 dressers unit stands
and our $1b BtdeOOarQI are excellent   value   and   we   Know   of
no.ie heiier in no- trade.
See
Iron b
mr  line
of     lirnss
a mt see us.
and
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
236 to 2'I2 Columbia and 229 to   241   Front   Streets.   Uupont   Block,
New  Westminster.
Jardiniers
Never pm off tin tomorrow,
What you can do today.
CALL TODAY AND SECURE
THAT NICE JARDINIER YOU
FANCIED. IT MIGHT BE
GONE TOMORROW.
Other people are Inking nd-
vanlnge of this sale; why not
you ?
GEO. ADAMS.
FRESH GROCERIES
We aim to keep our stock  Fresh never buying more than we require for Immediate sain.
We  have nice  fresh
Evaporated Prunes Evaporated Apple.
Evaporated Aprloots Evaporated Peaches
Try n pound Of our Fresh Ground Coffee nt  40c Ib,
Try n pound of Manivelln Tea m   l,",c I'.., ir our Special Tea at
850 or II lbs. for $1.00
The City Grocery,
Telephone 97 ADAMS & DEANS.
Wonder.
Button's biariiesi nine.
Button's Melbourm   favorite.
Sutto&'S  Dwarf Marrow .
Button's Pi mtitui.
Suiinii s s- ir ol Australia.
S mini's Pr illrii   Marrow.
Sutton s   Alum,i.,i i,
GA*(LltN   UbAIMb
Sutton's Improved �� inds ir
Sutton's Green Windsor.
Sutton's Proline Longpoo.
Sun.m's Favorite Scarlet.
Sutton's <Until  w tine.
Sutton's    selei t. d      i anadian
Wonder.
SUtton'a Negro.
ASPAKAUUS
Sutton's Pel Taction.
GAHUhN   bttl
Sutton's Blood Re I,
Sutton's Ulobo.
slump's  Market   Favorite.
Sutton's silver, or Sea Kale
Beat
Sutton's Spinach Beet, .u- perpetual spinaeii.
BORECOLt,   UK   IvALt.
Sutton's Extra Curled Scptch.
Sutton's Improved Brancnlng,
BRUSSEL'S   SPROUTS.
Sutton's Exhibition.
Button's Matchless.
GAHUtN   CAdtJAvafc.   .
Sutton's Earliest,
Button s Imperial.
Sutton's Favorite,
Sutton's Maincrop.
Sutton's Red frekung.
Sutton's Dwarf.   Onsen   Curled
Savoy.
Suttou's Late Drumhead savoy.
Stilton's Chinese tannage.
CAPSICUM   AND   CHILI.
Sutton's Mixed Oapucum,
Button's Mixed Chill.
CELERY.
Sutton's Ivory While.
Sutton's Perfe. tlon Pink.
CRESS.
Sutton's Selected Plain.
Button's  Solo, led   I'm led.
CARROT
Sutton's  Early Gem.
Sutton's Early Short Horn.
Sutton's Favorite.
Sutton's New Red Intermediate
Sutton's Scarlel  Intermediate.
CAULIFLOWER
Satton's I'.arlv  Walt-heron.
Sutton's Early London,
Sutton's Autumn Mammoth,
Sutton's i.are Giant,
CUCUMBER
stiiiion's Telegraph.
Suit.m's Market.
Sutton's Prolific RI Ige.
ENDIVE
Sutton's Extra Gre in Curie l.
GOURD,   OR   PJMPKIN
Sutton's  Mixed.
Hubbard's Sqush.
LEEK
Sutton's Improved Musselburgh
MUSTARD
Sution's Selected White.
Button's Selected Brown,
HERB  SEEDS,  FTC.
Marjorem, I'm.
Sage.
Savory, Summer,
Thyme, Common,
Tobacco.
PARSLEY
Sutton's imperial   juried.
COS   LETTUCE
Sutton's AH I loan,
smton's uianl White,
Sutton's Black-seeded Bath,
CABBAGE LF. TTUCE
Sutton's Al.
Button's All-the-Ye ir Round.
PARSLEY
Sin Ion's Student,
ButtoU'S  Hollow  Cr iwn.
MELON
Sution's      Malehh'is      Sinrlel-
lleshed.
Stilton's   Water   Melon,   mixed
variel his.
Sutton's    Preserving,     ir    Pie
Melon.
VEGETABLE   MARROW.
Sutton's Long Cream,
Sutton's Long Gree i,
Button's While Hush.
Sution's  FltlOSl   Mix ��� I,
ONION
Sutton's Improved Reading,
Button's Long I.e.'piii '.
SUtlOn'S Limit Itoeei.
Sutlon'l   Silvel    Skill.
\\ iiiiu Spanish.
Brown  Spanish.
Brown Globe.
RADISH
Button's I'.arlv Sran ll  Tuinlp.
Button's Curly White Turnip,
Sution's Mixed Turnip.
S Itton'l  French  111- ukl'iisl.
Button's Mixed Oval or Olive.
Button's Long Seiltl it
Sution's   Long   Hose.
Sution's Bnallots.
SEA   KALE
SUGA  RCORN
Sution's Bafly Dwarf. (
SPINACH
Button'! Beleoted Round,
Siition'u Beleoted Pri >Wv.
TOMATO
Sill I on's Pi miller.
Button's Invincible.
Suttou's Yellow.
GARDEN TURNIP
Sutton's Early Snowball.
Sutton's Improved Orange Jelly
Button's  All-llio-Yeir-Ro'inil.
Button's While Slime.
Green-top white.
Sution's Garden Swede.
Ro
Illlie.
Mixed.
n. h.  Mix,.,!.
Mixed
' Ml\e,|
S in, n a   1 v; - . |
li '    !
I. II
Large-
Border,
\n
Su i.m's Mix,, i per.
.Mi,
I  Climb-
Mixed.
BHTtla i;
Suit on's   nrillia-u
Single,
Double,
La i".:e.'.lowered,
Sutton's Double, Mixed.
SU1 toll's Single, Mixed.
Sution's      Lirgo-I'ovvoroil,
Aster. Button's Dwa I Hedde
s '���"""��� ��� I wa    h. ,i,i,.r
\s'.er. Sutton's Comi I, Mixed
\-:'", Sution's Qianl  i
Aster, Sutton's  I
Acrocllnlum, Si o's s ���.   ,. i;,,.,
.g'v.itn'ii. Sutton's Dwarf  nine
"-���  Cordnarla, Sul   ,i .  s-
l.'lled.   Ml X ��� , I
v:'      ':: '.   Sutter,',  Sue, |
v '     ' ; i"   -:'s  Brill
nil in.
intlri ��� Inura,  Button s D�� irl
"   '       Sutton's Seh
Arflbl i, s iMnn'. w | ���      ���,
VurlcuU Sutton i    i - v ,,
��� ::. Suit.a, s  Dout ;..   ���,;
Balsam, ShttoB's trnproved  m
I" tnnla,     Button's     i'
Mix. ���
C ii indi ini i. Stilton!
1' ilenduls Pinvi.iiis
< den lula, Button's Double Orange
Canarj  Cree] sr; Button's   lolden
Canterburj    BeiTs,    Sntton
flowered, Mixed.
C miia. Sutton's Lari i Ion   I
Candytuft, Sutton's Crimsji.
Canldytuft, Button's White.
Candytuft, Button a Mix. i
Carnation,   Suit.m's   i>,,;
Mixed.
Chrysanthemum! Button's Mixe.
nu,.I
Chrysanthemum
ennlat.
Clarkia, Sutton's Pink.
Clarkia, Button's White;
Clarkia, Sutton's  Mixed
Clematis Flanunulu.
Convolvulus,  Sutton's
ing.
Colvolvulus, Sution's  Dwarf,
Cockscomb, Sutton's Crim ��i
1 Coreopsis, Sution's Dwarf   'rinisnu.
( Coreopsis, Sutton's Dwarf. Mixed.
Cornflower, Button's nine,
t'owslip. Sution's Mixed English.
Cornea Blplnnata, Button'-! .Mixed.
Dahlia   Sutton's Single, Mixed,
Dahlia, Sutton a Double, Mixed,
Daisy, Button's Double, Mired.
Delphinium.  Button's  Larre flowered
Mixed.
Dlanthus,   Sutton's
Mixed.
U.lIllllllS
Mixed.
EschscholUla, Sutton':-, Slikgle Yellnvv
Eschscholtzla Sutton's Singie.  Mixed
Foxglove. Button's Mixed English.
Gaillardta,    Button's
Single.   Mixed.
iinii.'tia, Sutton's Sfcarlel  Jueoa.
Golden Feather, Sutton's Selected,
lieldchrysum, Buttons Giant, Mixed.
Heliotrope,   Sution's    Large-flowered,
Mixed.
Hollyhock
Hollyhock
il'llnsl V .
Mixed.
Jacobea, Sutton's Double, Mixed.
Laniann Hybrlda, Sutton's Finest,
Mixed.
Larkspur, Button's Dwarf. Mixed,
Larkspur, Button's Tad. Mixed.
Lavender, Sutton's Sweet.
Llnum, i Flax i, Suttou's Crimson,
Lobello, Button's Compact, Blue.
Lobelta, Button's Compact, White,
Lobelia, Sutton' I Spro nil ig, nine.
Love-lies-bleeding,  Sutton's Red-flowered.
Lupin, Sution's Annual, Mixed.
Lupin. Sution's lleriimial. Mixed.
Maize, smion's Striped.
Mallow. Simon's Large Pink,
, Marvel of Peru, Sutton's iiriiitflow-
ered. Mixed.
Michaelmas Daisy. Sutton's Hybrid.
Marigold, Button's Mtnltaure French.
Mignonette, Sutton's Giant.
Mignonette, Button's Bweet-scented,
Mignonette, suttou's Cloth of Ooldi
Mignonette, Button's Spiral,
Minniiiis. Button's (Hunt Mixed.
Musi,,   SUtlOn'S   Selected.
Mvosotls, Sutton's Perfection,
I Myosotis, Sutton's Bedding,
Nasturtium,   Sutton's   King   of   Tom
Thumbs,
' Nasturtium,  Sutton's  Dwarf   Yellow.
Nasturtium, Button's Dwarf, Mixed.
Nasturtium,    ^niton's    Tail.    Fairy
Queen.
Nasturtium, Button's Tall (rlmien,
Nasturtium, Button's Tail Mixed.
Nemesla, Strumosa, Btuuon'i Mixed.
Nemesis, Strumosa, Button's Dwarf,
Mixed.
Netnophlla,   Button's Large-flowered,
Illlie.
Nicotine, AfFmls, Button's Beleoted,
Nlgella,  Simon's   Double  Dwarf.
Pans}. Sutton's Giant, w hlte,
P iy,  Siiiluu's Qlant,   Y'dlovv.
Pansy, sution's Perfection, Mixed,
Pansy, Button's Bedding,  dlxed,
Passion Plov  Button's Blue.
i' i. ion Flower, Button's Soarlet
I PertUa, Button' ��� Beleoted, Bronte,
i Petunia, Bull m's Siusic Mixed.
i iiiox. Drum., Button's Large-flowered
Boarlat,
Phlox Drum,, Butten's Large-flowered
Mixed.
Polyanthus, Button's Giant, Mixed.
Poijonthus, Satton's Giant, White.
Portuloca,   Buttom'i   Large-flowered,
Mixed.
Poppy,  Sutton's Double Gl mt,  Mixed.
Poppy,  Sutton's  Selected   Shirley.
Poppy, Stilton's 'I'eiand. Mixed.
Primrose, Button's Brilliant, Mixed.
Ranunculus, Button'iGlanl Fr-enon.
nhodaiithe,   Button's   Largo-llowered,
Mixed,
ltlclnus   (Custr.r-ill   Plant),   Buttons
Giant.
Rocket, Sution's Bweet-aoeuted'
Rudbeckla, Button's Golden Bunset,
Balplglossls.Button's Giant, Mixed.
Salvia, Sutton's Scarlet,
Scabious (Gortuan), Sutton s Largo-
Cowered. Mixed.
Sensitive riant.Sutton's Beleoted,
St oil.. Ten-week, Sutton's Giant Perfection.
Btopk, Sution's CJHnt English Broffln-
ion,  Mixed.
Slleue,Sutton's Pink.
Sunflower,  Sutton's Giant  Single
At Brackman-Ker Milling Co., ut
FRONT ST., NEW WESTMINSTER
And at varioiu ���u6-og.nc,��. Phan tat thi* out for TtfmMu
B. K. 818
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the ROYAL CITY   .   .    .     .
JOHN   Ul ID.
A��t~ -ster
Transfer Co.
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J. N. Aitchi&on,
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Belyea & Co.
Wrxxi and Coal
Dealers
B. C. Monumental Works
M<arbl��: and Granite Mwiurwits.
labels, Tombstones, Etc.
J. H. Todd
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W. N. Draper
Provincial
I and Surveyor
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Pirinos, Organs,
Piano Player*!
J. H. TODD, Burr Block.
Keep Our
MONEY
At Home
BOOST FOR A
WHOLESALE
HOUSE
BOOST
ALL THE
TIME
Canadian
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FASHION
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STABLES
Latcal Stylet in Rubber  Tired
Hacks anc  Rigs.
W. H. LYLE & CO.
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Cor. ��h ami Carnarvon Sts   .
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THE DAILY NFWS
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a set of Teeth
Read   Our   Prices
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A Full Set of Teeth $5.00
Gold Fillings       -        - $1.00
Bridge Work, per tooth $5.00
Gold Crowns        -       - $5.00
Silver Fillings        -       - 50c
Platina Fillings      - $1.00
We Guarantee to
Fit You or Refund
Your Money	
We are making a special effort to
introduce our world-famous all-
porcelain plate. This plate is the
most natural in appearance of all
sets of teeth and is unbreakable.
If any of them break we make tin
entire new one FREE OF CHARGE
Lost TEETH Restored by
Artificial   Substitutes
| Bridge work is the
Most dura Die of all
Dental work. Our
Bridge work is 22k
Guaranteed
for 10 years
of a single tooth impairs
digestion, alters the contour of the
face and forces the stomach to
over work. Examine your own
mouth and you will see whether
you need any teeth replaced. If
so, now is the time. Do not put it
off. We can restore your mouth
to a normal condition.
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Crowns are the BEST
There can be no Better Come and Examine Samples
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All our work guaranteed for
10years with a protective
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Subscribed and sworn before me at New Westminster this 7th day of March, 1906.
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BRUSSEL'S    SPROUTS.
Button's Kxlilliittoti,
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GARDEN   lAUBAOt.
Sutton' B -
Siiiiim 8 Impel i.ii.
Button ������ i- nvoi tto.
Button a Malm rop.
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Button's Dwarl    Green    Curled
Siivuv.
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Siiiiun a i linn' ie i auuage.
CAPSICUM   ANU   CHILI.
Button's  Mixed Uapsli urn
Sutton's Mixed Chill.
CELERY.
Sutton's Ivorj White.
Sutton's Pei fei lion  Pink,
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Eutton's Selected  Plain,
Sutton'B Selected Curled,
CARROT
Sutton's  Earlj  Qem.
Button's l���; 111> Bhorl  li.un.
Sutton's Favorite.
Sutton's New Red Intermediate
Sutton'i   Scnrlel  Intermediate,
CAULIFLOWER
Sutton's I'.iuh  Walehereu,
Sutton's l.nl;,  London,
Sutton's Autumn  Mammoth,
Late Olant,
CUCUMBER
Telegraph.
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Sutton's  Prolific  III Ige,
ENDIVE
Sutton's Extra Ore in Curled.
GOURD.   OR   PJMPKIN
Sutton's Mis^ I.
I lubbard' ��� Sqush.
LEEK
Sutton's Improved  Musselburgh
MUSTARD
Sutton's Selet tod White.
Sutton's Selected  Brown
HERB  SEEDS,  FTC.
Mnl'jol em.   Pot,
Sage,
s.i win. Summer.
Thyme, Common.
Tobacco.
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Sul 's Imperial    urled,
COS   LETTUCE
Sutton's  \ll Heart.
Sutton's I Hani w ��� i * * ��� --
Sutton'B Black-seeded  Bath,
CABBAGE LETTUCE
Bill I nil's A I.
Sutton's All ih" Y.. ir Round.
PARSLEY"
Sul urn's Student.
Suiton's  Hollow  1'riwn.
MEtON
Button's      Mai. Ill'' IS      3( iirlel-
fleshed.
Sutton's   Water   Melon,   iiiIximI
varlei le i,
Sution's    Preserving,    n    Pis
Melon.
VEGETABLE    MARROW.
Button's Long Cream,
Button's Long Oreo i.
Button' ��� V) in"' Bush,
Button's Fines!  Mix ��� I,
ONION
Button's improved [leading,
Button's Long keepla !
Button's Glnnl Roccu,
Button :��� Bllvei  Bkln,
While Bpanlih.
Hi-own Spanish,
Brown Qlobe,
RADISi-l
Button's Early Benri il Turnip.
Button's Rarly  White Turnip.
Button's Mixed TUrnlp,
s itton's Fr ill Br lakfast,
Button's Mixed Oval or oiivi'.
Billion's i.oiik Bearl
Button'i Long noil.
Sutton'i SiiiiIIoIh.
SEA   KALE
SUGA  RCORN
Snl I on's  Km -IV   l>w uf.
SPINACH
Sution's Bsleotsd Round.
Satton's Bslected Pri 'Uiv.
TOMATO
Sutton's Premier.
Button's liiviiicllile.
Button's Yellow.
GARDEN  TURNIP
Button's Early Snowball.
Sutton'B improved Orange .leiiy
S'ilton's  Allthe-YO'ii'-no'inil.
Sutton's Whit.' Stoirc.
Green-top White.
Sutton's Garden Swede.
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Colvolvulu t,  Sutton's  Dwarf,
" . icomli, Sutton's i'ti'ii on.
i ipais, sin ton's i.'w ii f   'i iiii'."ii
Is, Suttun'a Dwat . M xed.
Cot iiilov er, Sutton's Blue
Covi ii:'. Sutton ��� \ii\i' i English,
Cormo i Biplnnula, Sutton'    Mixed,
Dshlla,  Suiton'a Single,   Mixed,
Dahlia, Button a Double, Mixed,
'i ii .i, Button' ��� Double,
Delphinium,   Sutton'B   l.
Mixed,
Dlanthus,   Sution's   Brlllla ii   Blngle,
Mlxe l
Dlanthus,   Button's  Brlllln.il   Double,
Mixed.
i  ii hscholti la, Sutton's Blngle Yellow
i,.i'iisi'iiniiyi:i Sutton's Single, Mixed.
Foxglove, Bi ' ��� Mixed English
Galllaidla,    Stilton's    Large-flowered,
Single, Mixed.
Godetla, Sutton's Scarlet   jn.'.'n.
Golden Fe it her, Sun.m's Selected.
i iellchrj stun. Sutton s < II ml. Mlxe 1,
Hellol rope,   Button's    Large flowered,
Mlxe i.
Hollyhock, Sutton's Double, Mixed
Holl-.li.il It) St it's Blngl i, Mixed
Honi  11.     Suiton'a     I. ii'ge Cowered,
Mixed.
Jacobea, Sutton's Double, Mis."I
Lantana    Hybrldn,   Sutton's   Finest,
Mixed.
LarkBpur, Button's Dw it f. Mixed,
Larkspur, Button's Tall, Mixed,
Lavender, Button's Bweet.
'.itinin. t t'-|.i\ i, Sutton': Crimson,
Lobelia, Buttou's Compact, Blue,
Lobelia, Sutton's Compact, White,
Lobell i. Sutton'i Bpreadl ig, Blue,
i.ovi'H.'si.i ung, suit..us  Red-flowered.
Lupin, Button's Annual, Mixed.
Lupin, Sutton's Perennial, Mixed.
Matse, Button's Strips I
Mallow, Button's Large Pink,
Marvel  of  Peru, Button s  Bruit-flow-
on't. Mixed.
Michaelmas Daisy, Button'i Hybrid.
Marigold, Sutton's Mlnltaure French,
Mignonette, Button's (Hunt.
Mignonette,  Button's  Bweot-scented.
Mignonette, Button's Cloth or Ooid,
Mignonette, Sutton's Bplral,
MlmuluB, Button's Giant   Mixed.
Musk. Sutton's Beleoted,
Myosotis, Button's Perfection.
Myosotis. Button's Bedding.
Mt"I.
,at :' (lowered.
Nasturtium,
Thumbs,
Nasturtium,
Nasi nit iuin,
Nasturtium,
Quean,
Nasturtium,
Nasturtium,
Sutton's   King
Sution's  Dw.irf
Button's Dwarf.
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yellow.
Mixed,
Button'i     Tall,     Fairy
Button'i Tall < rimson.
Sution's Tall Mixed,
Nemesis, Btrumosa, Btuuon's Mixed.
Nemesta,  Btrumosa, Sution's Dwarf,
Mixed,
Nemophlta,    Sutton's  Large-flowered,
liln".
Ntcotlna, Afflnls, Button's Selected,
Nlgella. sution's Double Dwarf.
Pansy, Sutton's Giant, Whits,
Pansy, Sutton's Giant,  follow
i'.nun. Button'i Perfection, Mixed.
I'niisv. Button's Bedding, Mixed.
Pas tlon Flower, Button's Blue,
Passion Flower, Sutton's Scarlet,
Perllln, suttou's Beleoted, Itronte,
petunia, Button's Blngle, Mixed,
i iiiox. Drum., Button'i Large-flowered
Scarlet.
Phlox in urn.. Button'i Liu.-.' flowered
M'lx.'il.
i ni. authui, Suiton's Olant, Mixed
Polyanthus, Sution's  (Hunt.  Whits
Portlliaca, Suttou's     Laifl llow.'i"'1
Mixed.
l'o|ipy, Suiton's Double Glint, Mixed
Poppy, Suiton's Selected Shirley.
Poppy, Suiton's 'I'l'lnii'l.  Mixed
Prlmron, Button's Brilliant, Mixed.
Ranunculus, Bulton'iOlanl  French,
Kho.liinllie.   Suttim's   Lnrse-llowered,
Mixed.
Rlclnus   (Castor-oil   Plant),  Suiton's
Giant
Rocket, Suiton's Sweet-soe'ited,
Kiulli.'.'kln. Button's Qolden Sunset.
Balplgloiiti,8tttton'i Olant, Mixed.
Salvia.   Sutton's   Sciu-let.
Scullions (German), Buttons Large-
tiowered, Mixed.
Sensitive Plant,Sutton's Beleoted.
Stock, Ten-week, Sutton's Olant Perfection.
Slock, Suiton's Glint English Bromp'
ion, Mixed,
Sllene,Sutton's Pink.
Sunflower,  Sutton'B  Giant   Single.
m Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
FRONT ST., NEW WES TMINSTER
And at varioisMitbagtncitt. Phase cut thu out for refmrtnc*
B  K. 818
EXPORT LUMBER TRADE
OF WASHINGTON STATE
The   ��� Customs  H
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export�� v
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17.6-1 iii i "in. in ih" tin,' \, ,1 . the
foreign alllni vesst II (row it "..
in 34.70 pet cent,
I'll" follow ini-. tal l" ��� ii"u Hi" exports to Hi" vai lous count! le t foi 1904
ilinl   I'.lir,:
Shipments for 1904.
Bhow Ing imounl Bhlpped to each
country In  feel  ns well as value;
Count t>
\i. feat,
Value.
Russian  China   .,
7
t         190
Belgium 	
2\
275
Nicaragua   ..
>t-
tun
Russia. Astatic. .
OS
767
Hrliisli China...
334
3,011
Guatemala  ..
li'.i;
8,009
I'aniitiia   	
195
1,060
Qerman Oceanlca
ii:'.:.
11,600
French E. Indies
861
11,912
Ecuador	
1,001
18,013
Portuguese   Vfrlca
1,183
12,000
Japan	
1,478
20,863
British  Oceania.,
1,874
18,907
British  K. Indies
1,783
27,268
Bcoaland  	
2.HS4
31,311
Oermany	
2,100
1,991
Vrgentlna   ..   ..
2,390
36,860
French Oceanlca
2,6(5
10,908
Hongkong ..   ..
8,36a
11,137
England  	
6,571
108,768
Philippine Islands
8,677
121,786
Mexico	
10,616
116,862
British Columbia
18,483
17.:. I?:.
British S.  Africa
18,840
225,087
Chinese   Empire
80,074
239,946
28,276
870,404
Chile	
81,101
338,084
Brit, Australasia
81,494
942,358
Total   (feet)...a87,664,000
$2,886,488
Average prloe, >
8,03 per
thousand.
Shipments
for 1905
Bhowing  amotnl
shipped
I o   each
country in feel as
veil IIS 1
���line.
Country���
m  feet.
Value.
Korea	
!l
$          22n
Costa Rica ....
33
534
Columbia 	
118
2.21)9
Brazil	
118
1,1X1
Belgium 	
118
2,2r>n
Oermany   ..
117
2,372
Nicaragua ..
223
2,358
292
3,945
German   Oceanlca
118
5,200
i.ussia.   Asiatic.
IS!
8,774
Salvador 	
548
���..iiTn
Guatemala ��� ���
888
10.092
French   Oceanlca
1,381
12,090
1,581
16,914
France	
1,710
80,818
Hongkong   ..   ..
2,089
23,692
Portuguese   Africa
2,117
27,085
Hrliisli Oceanlca
2,299
14,883
L'. IL'J
'JT.2SH
Quebec, Ont . etc
8,237
39,007
British  Indie  ...
1,448
48,348
Japan	
1,204
18,017
Hrliisli Columbia
5,181
17,749
Philippine Islands
8,465
74,200
British -|   \titi .
7,879
84,961
7,708
144,718
Mexico	
17,480
175,869
18,890
181,278
Chile	
18,288
i 19,888
Chinese   Empire
18,894
t.7.888
Brit.  Australasia
14,687
178,553
Total    (test)     121.81J.000
13,410,081
Average price, 110.88 per
thousand.
GETS   IT   SUDDENLY.
Sighor  Tittoni   Goes  to  the  Court  of
St. James.
Mew York, March 7.���-A cable despatch to the Herald rrom Rome say*
Stsnor Toinas Tittoni, former  Italian
minister of foreign affairs ins been
suddenly appointed ambassador to
Great Britain In the place of Slgnor
Alberto Pnnsaat, who will now b"
placed at the disposal of the ministry.
This Is the first time Slgnor Ti:-
tont has been an ambassador, and his
appointment, together with the recall
of his predecessor, has aroused much,
comment In diplomatic circle*, THE DAILY   NEWS
WEDNESDAY.   MARCh   J
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