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 ��� ��.
tt/Shiles & Co.
FIEE INSURANCE
L��^TM1NSTER.#.-C
rj^faffA.
,.. ,   NUMBER -,!i
^>> tfft Shiles & Co
ORia  B. Cv��'REAL estate
r?���������-tM Columbia St. Phone 85
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1*908.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
jf IS THE CfoT   ��� Iiii MUCH
llHEWilAi -*||j^^WI_ff5
'* ��� ^"^���"*���"���'������   '       ��� I
|e talented   Amateurs; Witney-.j Seriai r.^ccideptj
Present Clever Comic Op-     to Wife 'on. Fri!lay/Farm '
,eraui.Tue^ay-Wednesday
D CLASS CmiiSi:
BYAJ.
UIU
1 ST. PAUL
iTonw''''''''
pra 1)
,   j. the big night at
the    theatre
crowdo!  th it   even  the  S,
lie removed.
attraction
' i
i..e so
I      '; _____________________
ts  an
, ���   wlii  attend   ami
���>'   .. ��� all the seat, thai
iii be reserved wei     taken up    by
llavi      ' - "!" '" I'"11'"""
���*,    ,',, is    being   taken   iii
,..'   i The   good  work   for
i  ._.,.,,,.   ol -vhlch   the   proceeds
���|1)e aevol   : la'rgtfly reWtortSlble
���   [j|(i   . , ,...      ;     il   interest,  but
fas mu,.:. du< to th" fact   that tho
Lormc, . >cal people. Those
^attend  w   I i ' !���'-'ii'lv   not he  dis-
ntedi opera  throughout
er* Falls Dead on Sundav     *^r-,;-s-1   Cruiser   Gladiator   Struck   A___i__ships and Cut in
Half by Ocean Leviathian- Crew cf Bluejackets
Cooly Leave Sinking Vessel -Perfect
Discipline Maintained.
' "    : '.  ���-, the
a
wife,  which        ,
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ihock ol
v Itni
coupled
H
���whili 	
with   a   weak    heart,   'J. Coombs,
farmer on ... .    .          i-de;.*
.-��I T. -1-11. ��� ��� ��� r i .i1.1  'nl          ,'.'.���'
lion   .     H ���' i '    b    Is 1 n a
CO!
tured   le{ ���    Inti rnal
iiw  life
jipoi'.
from  the standpoint
i a pretty ***************************
oostumi.ng and scenery as -well    as
(m a musical side. The niustt: ami
,catch word? will, it is almost un-
!,.,,.,,1 i,y iho ��� who have heard the
hearsals. "take? immediately.
The ..si Cor the opera is as follis:
av>, [he  Dr.   im   Maiden   	
Mi;-* Gertrude Weart
less, the Dr.'.oner. . .F. M. Filglanp
���Hli of the Lamp.Howard  Cochran''
jairy Qii" -Miss  Laura  Lavery
[flrylal I Splr I .  ot ihe Lamp.
Gfiwan MacGowan, St. George 1''..
Jeffery. ;,.,,
tladdin  Walter   G.  Sehroeder
i'tio_..r.  from   Xew  York  and
C.ilihvi..-..    lack   B.   Barlow
|rof. Foodies,    in search    of tlie ���
.Missing Link  . . . . . .V.  ft. Goraon
|lr.. Foodli ] t\ e with  every
man.. Mrs.   Malnwarlng-Johnston
[Irani Harr pan,   thi    henpecked
husbanii       W,   T.   Morris
II ij. 'ti. looking for
Hiram    11.,.-�����111   ,|oi,, .
t   MK :>     i.i! ...  in a felass  by
Wittf'1' ' Brail k. Ij'ilodonu
.. .M   a Jnatilta Ifeaton
1. imi'.'v.iin a ta.��tr>
at  his
a B -
ii.j'i      .   and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^      tO     lie      ill      ilil-
I minent i ingi r, Ithough I ioi tors
1 ne iv and Ma ohi iti ' are giving all
the m i  II t fe ri d a i   c o rh -
niand,
The i ins,   of thi   accid    I   and   fn-
dln   I au se of tl e ���������        of the
I late  Mr.   ' oojwbs    ���.; -   ; ],������       RpBlg  ot
| Mrs.  Co h.J und  r  tne ��� 'hi ��� Is nf the
I loaded   n ��� :? 'ii   whit.    ��� ��� ring    to,
stand   a i le  a{t( i   opening  the
for tu ^^^^^h
In  the rig, whieii  was leaded    with
: produce  purchased   al   the   markel  In
the   men in.:,   were   her   husband  and
, .1. Johnston   The �� igon  passed twice
over   the   body   of     the    unfortunate
j woman, thi   hU3band  in Ills endeavors
j to slop the ti am pulling  too hard on
i the  lines  and causing  them  to  back
up ami the wagon to again  pass over
the pi ostrate woman-, in a d
he was carried  to the.  hou:--.- and Doe-
tors  Drew and   Manchester summon
Sou
���:���..���      line]
;'.- !l hi
ii ..inn   foi     '.'���.���.
I   ^^^^
ill '���', !
:     April   25
;.    Paul,      .'. d
on   her  regular
A:. i -   tli
v.. u.
h      leH
1   H
voyage,      ,
til-        1''er.     a..!.      . ,, .
i ���   wi re     the     best-l ri [tied
���.'���-.'.. er.. low -
���, i. a   i> -.   n .   .,     ,' to Tesbuc
v.  ol  the <: i.i.��� i..i  :. i. ni -ii had
PRICE OE SALMON
DROPS TO FIVE CENTS
TROUBLE FOLLOWS
CHANGING OF WIRES
Cut of One Cent Decided
Upon by Packers- Fishermen Not Informed.
gate
^Pciilli-iiiM ...     Th,.  cruiser
densi    snowstorm,   rammed  and   ������'. t   sink   almost   al    te.  t Her
yed     the    British     B?conu>clasi j 'hi       .    . ���   ,-.   nmgnifieenj    lemojistra*
c|*uisei    liiadiatur,   off     the     Isle     oi     pluie.     AX   the   captain'.
Wlghi rh.. first reports stated that I cppiniand they formed In ha.' on the
from tweny in 11 ii it y pf the GladH .ifik and stood in rank- While the
ut .ir'.s I:,-.: had Ije.-n di iwned, but * < ru .- ��� i lettled down. In obedience In
later intelligence reduces the num- onler.**, sui esslve batches marched
lier of e..s;,,iiiiies greatly: The exact to thi gangways and em,.red Che St.
i .ten;   nl   the  disaster,  however,  can-.l'a-i: ats,   until     practically     the
. ol   !..-   a. ' urately   known   until   to- ; v.h i-, -..   had   been   taken   off  and
lien''��� iw, . i.'U'He .i   on   t.ie   Isle   (fi   Wi^lit.
No ''up on the St. I'aul was killed
or injured, DUt the bodies of Steward
.Vidgeiy. WriPr Cowdery and a II.'U-
ti ;l iward named Die Bras, all at-
iaeln d to tlie cruiser. have been
brought ashore. ' One officer, Lieut
William ]'. dravi's, an Irishman, who
attempted fo swim to land, is missing,
and eight injured have been takeit
to   the   Military  hospital     at     Oqldeiji ' smv
believed    Hid
,'l'->  '"���' :'   Jlill-. for   treatmenlj      It   is
"���"l _alnt 'th.. onij  5 t'-u  OtKd'r. aiv un
ifrhe   Gladiator's     crew      numbered
tr.e   men; and Captain Lumsden. tru?
to.    aval   traditions,   was   the   last   to
leav.   hi:- ship.    Only a few men then
Wa-jYe  missing and it  was thought thai
mo.-:    .:   tin in  were  saved   by  a   boai
v.hi. ii   had   put   out   from   Yarmouth.
Captain   Lumsden,   on   landing,   ft
one.   sent a message to Captain  Pas-
thanking   him   for   his   promptl-
in   lowering  boats and  speaking
ed  for.
The St.   Paul   left   Southampton  at
��_.',*    ..<_.      - .sever,, shock    ,_������:;,,   o'clock,     She  was an  hour  be*
;:;."��� T���a%?{ \,h- fnu^-bu< <��" imm n,.,. m
"'"���'   ' Ha-'lro| h,.   has   ihi-own   -    -������ -     -
gloom.
��ieai
I'lie  accident   was a
_______________________________���___________���_ lie alii     I,'.111
^^^^^^^^tllti''   I   sailing,   th-S
a   dep i ,;,,!.,,. i,. j,., ,],,,,  ,,, ,]1(, hoiated arrfv|
account-   iri   th.    most   complimentary  terms  of
.the        ���'��� a. t of the St. Paul's nenmen.
���fffhe ���   cf tint the St. Paul sustairSd
no   ..   .      darrfage  tiian  a  badly  buc-
'""   "yer   ta-  hn-hoid.    *n���i    de-   al ,,,- ;;,..  Ma_w����er train,  which waj
���sed  w^.  i.e  ,   ,,,.  ,,���   aKe. -jhloaked  by��� snowilrifts    in    the    trip
ODD FELLOWS PARADE
from   London,
weather    waj!
 tjM	
.comparatively clear in Southampton
Water, but immediately the St. i'aal
turned   lnt .   the   Solehl* whidi   runj
TWO HUNDRED STRONG ,:iH{S��i2"*s
fsumir il ������;
(ur_s ii
tor mu-;.
,...K.  r
HM ���
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Br ..vn,   Albert   P.e.Uiy
M  i   Ldtly.'   Mrs.   ("lute
Miss, s     Lab*di     <*outts,
\-hhy.  Weil'S. Dauphlnee
���-. .JoSrfl  !'..,,
'd,      lirn.iii.      Sehroeder,
' Hfirdle.
iin.h.e ,������
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Martli
hli   ��
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v      MacGo
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P'''|i-.:i.,i ii       .\|
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Man.:..
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ltli.il.au.    1
*���   Ml   ��� -   i.'veiw,   TSroAvn'
��n. Fletcher, Armstrong,    Corrl
tun.   Bown,    EmmeU
Splendid Turnout of Brethren   of Friendship,  Love
and Truth.
4* --
Misses  Emmett,   Hea-
Marvey,  Ayling, Ar-
wan.     Clifford,     Bllo-
-S"s   Drn.vn,   Fletcher.
Armstrong,       Lavery,
Mteses .-\yiing,   Ar-
MacGowan,  Harvey.
M:���-
Harvi \
Heaton,
Tl.,.
pn
________     nt  I
f'J��Pil'i,lUal ,       ,,
.0n Saturday
l!1 -""Preaentln
pbya , !;
��� .All throuRh
IH'Ul'lHl
Over two 'hundred members of the
J. o. o F. took part In tiu annfal
(liurch parade of tlieordei' held yesterday evening, to QlaVeus avenue
.Mi'tnudist cliiuell, w lic.re Re.'. ISru.
\V. II. Barraclough preached a powerful sermon on ^Fraternal Responsibility," taking for his text tho words
"Bear ye one aqofaer's Xurdens.there-
hy mlflflllfg the words of Christ" (1
Gal. ii. Ti). iu the course of his sermon, the preacher touched upon the
great work of charity which the order had done since its foundation
eig'aty-nlne years ago, mentioning the
f:n't that over $l_*0,n00,000 had been
expended in the alleviating of distress
during that time, and thit over five
million dollars had been devoted to
the same purpose ln the past twelve
months.
Owing  to  the    exceptionally  large
turnout of the members of thc order,
the  church    seating    accommodation
was taxed to the utmost, a large num-
^^^B j her being compelled to stand Through
out, the  service.    Appropriate hymns
sebaii season opened  wvrt' rendered by an augmented choir,
'"   Columbian     college i while a number of solos and anthems
�� h-n   tiiey   deXeated   a ; were also given.    At the close oT the
th
'"-fie. r���
k>ed bow and"'a comparatively small
hoi. her t ort side, is tli" most re
mark ule feature of the whole 6c-
c^uj'i'e). ���'. II-r injuries were tempor-
arlly restored bejCore putting }>ack to
Sojit ^k^4************************\*m
bn   the   ��� : her   hand.
thi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Cladiatm
v.as a protected, .cruiser. ��� sp^cia)ly
[designed ftit rammtng. Pnfdrtiinntnly
for her, she received tho full .force
of   the   St.   Paul's   momentum   am-id-
Conimenclng tliis morning,"��� fishermen ��ll) only be paid five < ehl set
; i und for ualmofl by tha cannerymtjh
nd packers, this decision Saving b< i.
jmt.\oi1 iii o.i Saturday afternconj
This is the .Second cm iu the in ce
naid to l.-liei'tuen during lire past lew
days, tins step being taken by *h_
buyers on acMiunt of thp slightly-in'-
��� reas'ed 'run during the la ti r end ol
Lie east wi'ei., wii.cli i.s taken u.i aa
indication L'hat CrOm now on the iisii
Sn'Hl ie running in such numbers tha.
t.i.. net. men will he a_le to nialic
;nod money at Ole reduced rat\; of
payment.
A large number of the fishermen
liave not yet been Informed that the
price has fallen one cent, I heir informal .on being due to reach them
w'aea the tugs go out collecting List
night's catch this morning,
this sudden action on the part, of the
buyer, will meet with the approval of
the fishermen, or will bo thv.. means
of losteiiiig trouble between t.ie two
factions, will lie known when the tugs
return with their cargoes about noon
Joday.
Whether, |W,g,ble
SPORTS' PRACTICES
ARRANGED FOR SEASON
,vi: i the Ainervraii lin#s regular pi- ships, ami was cut almost iu .half,
ot. .via. ue. tiie bridge gnd a lojjkouf\ J|The storm, which was responsil
n in   v, as   :"sled In
Strenuous Times in Daily
News Office Last Night���
Columbian to the Rescue.
C&relessness on   the part   of elec-
flcal  b men in Changihg ihe B. C.
ie. ft, wiies from Columbia street t6
Front stri I yesterday aad Saturday
afternoon resulted to a serious 'and
costly mlxup al the Dally News office
yesterday to.eiUtfa, the en.ire plant
being tied Up until nearly 2 o'clock
thla uiornlng because of a mistake in
e ihecl rig the voltage wires with the
i : .. tv electrical motors op. rating
ti.e linotype and press, loo strong a
iiinell.  uuillg Switched  OD  lo the llno-
type t.ioior to permit of the typesetting machine' l.elng operated. The
trouble was not discovered until the
nii'u commenced work at S o'clock
last uig'iit, when the juice was turned
on  with startling results.
As a newspaper is bound to is'Siie in
spit.,   of  all   obstacles,  .arrangements
were    at    once    made    to    have the
tnnr le, the cause of which was at the
time  unknown,  remedied  as  soon as
P.    ,T.     McQuarrie,    local
! manager of the B. C. E. R-, was ap-
i pealed to ,and requested to send work-
i men to remedy the trouble.   As these
j had to be  I rough t    from   Vancouver
I and   could   not   be  located   for  some*
i considerable   time,   P.   Bowler,   city
electrician, was called to the rescue.
Mr.  Bowler  kindly put    himself    to
considerable  trouble  in  an  endeavor
to  reduce  the  amount of  Juice,  hut
l was unable to do anything, as he did-
' not  have   the   necessary    equipment.
; Asked   for ,an    explanation    of    th��
trouble,  the  city    electrician ' talked
! learnedly  of    two    arid    three-phase
man jvas posted fln the buw.-:. Suds
denly a s'np appeared immediate;!
in fn ; : of them. It was the ' llad-
���. al ainho'-. Orders were _;ivra
on the instant for "full speed astern*;'
iin an endeavor >o clear the. cruiser,
bat it was too late. The St. Paul's
sharp stem rammed the anchored
vessel amidships. She quK'er(_d and
reeled and the passengers rushed or,
dock In great alarm, the. women on
th. verge of a panic. The officers
and  - i'ew  ncled  wilh   the  greatest   nf
 Iness  and   allayed   the  terror  with
a.s   fine   a   display   of   disc-Hune" as
for
the
collision; pextend*j-��along the
!e s iuthi i ��� poast ol England,
I 1*. d'"*ia.: ibod .as th. wor-l siie
tdl-.:z..ri-: of IR.S'1. All the landmarks were hidden hy the driving
dlirtaln of snow as the St. Paul prods ded ni her outward course, and
it was exceedingly diflieult to locate |
:{)iv sounds of warning that came
tnrough   the   storm.
Th? c,::.diator was a twin screw
pr..*.-. ted cruiser of the* second-class.
s!li.. '..',:= of r,.Tr,11 tons, and was 320
fe.t In length, she., was built at
!*"!������-mouth   in   1 .-!>..
Aathletic Organizations Settle ��� n,o! ,rs' transformers,   Scott    connec-
�� a     ':   I tion.. fuses,  plugs, currents, voltages
Upon EveilingS W^ien Bach   and circuits, his remarks, while high-
ai,���ll   TT,.^, A..������."_, DnJr lj* educational, were too technical   to
Shall Use Queen s Park.    ��� nor f ,^��� ���_.,.,_, ���,..���,_..__ :
BOUQUET POR  WESTMINSTER
AT   SIXTH   REGT.   INSPECTION
E LADS WIN
FIRST BALL GAME
'.)
Indents Put It All Over
c'ty Painters in Opening
Match of the Season.
ltd
lv
eui>..,.|,
Ual l>layin!.
i th.
only I
���'"lnin'y�� tiynutTro-
hi
th.
"UKli
'���ut
soin0
I'.Ol;  ,,,
sayce ,���
���Msrs.   ii
through
it���N f.-|
era
 WkJM
ban :r. ,
"t tlie I
!i:'' thro-,
Was
*:i
I'V,
mk
5
liei
���
So,,
eye
hit    lw,e
While  at
the painters
01   la to C.
""     game   the   college
'    ''bllitv,   both   |n   the
���"'d    in    head     uoik.
' ' "'"I Inning did tin
'"���v luck ai all.    Tho
^^^^^^^^   I 11   good
Player* me now to this
' '��� "lv   made   good,  al-
' ' ' '  Plainly ,i  little Hlin ���
ictlce,
'"''     mainstay     of     the
l|:Ul'l   a   steady   garm-
"'     '"-'l'i     his     broiler
eolnB  no In  the airship ���
���    Smith,   who   pitched
h" not throw aa swift
' "���  !!|e  man   in   the  box
r8'  but had better con-I
Oue hundred members of the local
companies of the sixth regfment, I).
C. O. P.. wenl over to Vancouver
Saturday afternoon for the annual
regiment inspection, leaving this city
on two chartered ears at 2:16 %-m.
A company, eoinmanded by Lieut.
Tom t'unninghain, mustt'Jvd forty-
four strong; H company, under the
charge of Capt t'ortoett, twas represented by thirty-eight juen, while the
bugle bund, "with Sergt. Leslie, in
charge. mustered eighteen strong.
Caipt. Johnsiuii was In' charge of the
parade.
Col, J. G. Holmes, Jj.. "O. r., after
the Inspection was lovej*., .took occasion
to publicly eon_j)!imeia the Westmin'
st.'r companies on th<v excellence of
their turn out, commenting upon the
smart iippearanc* of the men,' who
appeared to coniiderable advantage
alongside the Vancouver companies,
several .members of which luid allow-
their tunics aud accoutrements (o
service,   the  brethren   reformed    and $d their ^ _^
marclieil  haek to the hall, where, af-. become   shabby   and   unkepi   through
ter A few speeches, they disbanded.
The parade was in charge of P. G.
('. S. Keith, who, with V. 6. G. JE.
Gilley and (.ha.plato II. Hamlet, form-!*
ed the anniversary (���oiiiniiltvc. The.
parade was headed by eighteen members of Vancouver Canton No. 1. under lh" direction of Commander IVlc-
Kajfl all iioing.ln full uniform. Those,
together with oilier visftlng members.
were gnosis of P. C V E. MacKau-
Zle iat supper after the service and
parade.
.n   Sal iirdny   was  the
aranee   . I'   i Jn-     Sixth
negiigence.
The   lurnoul
tirst   |>n hi ie   a pa
r.'giini ill   in   khulii   illlilorni-'.
V-  -----     .
BLACK   HAND  SCARE SENDS
CHILDREN   INTO  CIG  PANIC
LIGHT STATION DESTROYED
BY; FIRE IN NELSOf. CITY
X"l. on,  April   ���fi.���Part  of  the  citv
l
pftwer  and  light   sub-station  was  de-
-
sti*. >'-d   by   fire   yesterday   morning,
just before the noon hour. It Is supposed .that the starting of one "f the
street-cars from the barn caused
the collapse of an overheated switch
m the SUbstatloh: the bottom blew
out and the oil took fire, the blaze
spreading rapidly. At\ the frame portion of the building was destroyed.
but the brick addition was saved by
the firefbrlgade after a hard flght.
The bigbldtng was occupied jointly,
hy the city, the Wept Kootenay Power & Light company and the Nelson
Tramway company. The loss of the
West Kootenay Power & Light com
tinny, in transformers, switch boards,
etc., is placed at about $12,000, while
the joint loss of the city and the
Tramway company/will be about allot h-r Jl 2,000.
The loss is fairly covered by Insurance. The electric light and all
power i... turned Oft tlie city toniglrt.
nut the gas company's plant, by a lit- j
tl. .��� .tra pressure, is supplying the
eity with all nei essary light,
le.
;nfoi'mal
A  mote or
was held in        ^^^^^^^^^^
on  Saturday  evening, with Aid
permit of the unttlated obtaining
clear grasp of the situation.
.tltfl^  Mr;,n'*v'hi'c'' the midnight hour   was
*m*m*M*M*M*M*M*M approaching  and   not   a   line  of  tvpe
the bdard of trade room . ...p_  up     An appca]  fo t])e nianase.
Uiar-
     nio.it of the Columbian office resulfei
reit, chairman ol the parks commit- j *n ready permission being given to
ue of ihe city, in the chair, to ar-1 use their plant in case of necessity,
range for practice dates for the vari That this* favor was immediately
ous athletic clubs of the city. La-. taken advantage of can be readily
crusse naturally had. the .preference seen by the different type used tn to-
in the matter and through their rejj(-1 day'a paper.
resentatives, f. Gifford ,and Rev. J. j Finally urgent and repeated call's
S. Hendersdn, claimed Monday, Wed-. to Vancouver located the men wanted.
ne .day ancr Friday evening oh. These were immediately rushed over
Queen's pari;, and in cases of matches|jn (1  special car, reaching here,,early
arranged for Fridays -they would .wa_H
Thursday night for practice. They,
however, agreed, as In former years,
to allow the baseball men the use of
the ground before or After their practice. The baseball club receive Tuesday nights for practice at Queen's;
park, and the cricket dub Monday,
and Wednesday. Thursday Is reserv-,
ed forilntermedtate lacrosse, an4 Saturday Is left open. There will be no
junior baseball on the Queen's park
grounds this year, Tuesday and
Thursday on Moody square being set
apart for their especial benefit. Thd
cricketers also desire a night on the
square for the benefit of those momi.|
hers who Ave In that part of the city.
The question of the ra'slng of the
necessary funds for the keeping ot
Queen's pnrk In proper condition, wn��
I taken up ��v.rly In the evening, and It
was decided to raise the sum of $100!
this morning.    No time waa ldst by
the workmen in rearranging the wires-
in their proper order, And within an-
hour after their   arrival    everything:
was again In perfect order.
To all who rendered assistance during the strenuous hours of last night,,
and particularly to the management'
of the Dally Columbian for their timely help, the Dally News tenders lt��
heartfelt thanks.
PLUCK AND GRIT BRINGS
LONE   MfNER   BIG   REWARD
NOTORIETY 8EEKING 80ARER
WILL FORM NEW AERO CLUB
Xew Vork, Ap. 26.���Ur. Juli'U-
Thomas, the daring aeronaut, who
startled the city with halr-rnisins*
ascension*, has retired from the Aero
club of America, and will devote hi*'
energies to iounding a new club for
aerial .xploratlons, The trouble between fir   Thomas and the club date*!
^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^��. ,, haelt    lo   He. started    111    to-
i fnr this purpose.   T. Gilford, on behalr, | )x
of the lacrosje   clubs    of    the city, |
'""   have  the   habit  of; RAILWAYS TO RECEIVE
With   an   occasional
I,
ba
i
l.v     must     have
���ii Charley Watson;
'���   sipiare     on      the
the  bat,  and     once
i unnlng,
GRANTS FOR  NEW  SECTIONS
'���"���������I'l.-.f'.i n'''!''' wns evidently an
llilit,, , '' ' "   '"'ason       Knm,,t       nn(1
fa i. be     ''"'' "'' (,|l-,T1s-v  I'l'iylng
PlftUgh ,a " "��� V"t It was exeitine
h""h,,\ '"l:] ""' Interest of several
��� 1.111'..,,.;'""'������'"�������  loll,, ei-ul.
Ic ,,;;;,;���;;.;: m. 9, .Wy,',..
P��on   o, ,     Fe��gUson,  1st b; ('.  If.
."r-**�� 'll, , " HannaJ ""J 1''ll/'-
,;  I ii,,.    ,'; Kilmer, ur; Maekav, cf;
'���iin.   '
'��"-  n."-^M   I^PAWKM i.JuJu.s.mi.   e,
wan* waawam
nd��*|y
I ���*___''���'''  l*f
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.ings
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Mill
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isi h;    ftlckman,
p. 'Mnrinering, .rd b;
cf;  Alleoel..  1
 i   a   n   .1
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Quebec, .April _'*,.���A bill was Introduced t,v the government yesterday
providing for giant" of from four to
two thousand acres of railway to b"
built In lhe province. A total of 2,-
���176,000 acres Of public domain wilt
be handed over t'vinit'vays aceorillng
td the Bill, The stfcsequenH maximil-n
mte \alue to sstwrs i
piaaed 'ui $2oi0 l'C��r acre,
land will reprise,il po
lh,.  b.n.'tile,I  railways
Tile   <.l.|eb...   i'cut nil
tain,  Q'uebeo &  Lake
l hii. land -is
Ithat th"
jgalble value to
of  (ij.O-li^OOO.
-rixfuid  Mouii-
gt. John   (n*w
controlled-by ��b* ���Canndi-.n  MdrtWtn
&    Que      Rnjlwuj '��� ��� t-1-^' ���������yu       '
Monfenl .';- s'li-i'tiiein. thi
���
Indian  Rlv-
Canadian
ci: Alleoei.. |f, , r   M;ii me &   Gnspc,    \ ��������� ������
I J*wj_, | Mirth- rri ii i.' '������' '"'���' ���';,,, lM A
0   t   i   n  :;  0    18   the  rallwhy  companies   whlsh  :il" ' '
,,, ..-v. . ...... ���
I'hie.igo,   .\prll; 26���Twelve  hundi-   i
pupils   of   the   I'ldwnrd   .leiiner   public
school   lied   panic    ftracKen    to    th.-
streets   yeslerdny   when   a   report   was
spread ihrough th,. building thai
three members of lhe "black hand"
soeiely    luid    placed    n    nil roglyein-ine
bomil   in   ihe  basem em   which   wa<
timed to go off at 2 o'clock.    .Mlhnligii
t*tyelite teachers Lu the iwemy-iiv ���
rooms made every effort to form fire
drill I'nes and to unlet the' frantic
children, they rushed p.'ll moll down
the three (lights of stairs, trampling
over one another In their frenzy to
gel ou. nf the school hoijp
who  rushed   to   lhe  school
Rowland, April  26.��� v.  E,  Griffith
has s. ven men tmipjoyed on lh ���
Westmount on.'l'ei, .Mile creek, In the
She. an. from which lie ships a oar-
lead    of   si ieet< i'i    ore    every      ni'onlh.
which foes abbot I.BtVttO to tbe cur-
load. He located the WesHniount in
|:-tn; aialat oiiee -went to work on It,
and   has   remained   doggedly   at   work
ever since, ii, performed the wonder-fill feilt of driving II 10(111 loot I Utile! Hlnfrle hilinieil. Often for ihive
months at a time he never saw a
human face or heard the sound of a
liiimti.u voice except his own. lie
Parents stayed wi'l'h the gain., steadily and is
house  to _ now meeting his renVard In the shapi
rescue their children  from thi
Ing. added.to the confusion.
build-| "f   profits   on   the   qrt)   whkjh   }}�����'. Is
-hipping.  The vein *f .the Westmount
'varies  in   wljjth   from six Inches to  ��
foot.    The richest. Vtlfe i�� at the lowest
i .     ft..*.     .-kai-f-i. i.     l_>
���rtOjU*.'-?.    ;'i
.'    -I     -��� ��� '~r-
J��
Tolinreo GWJWOTs A'-k for 'Jims.
foliimlms.1 b��� April LM].���Stale Eire
Maisliai Creamer reeefvTd a rnessngi'
today thai a _ hand of nighl riders
from Kentucky. I.'istv night, near Ulp-
Icy, ii.. set lire to a iarge barn nine
miles fj^oni tleorgeton. a/id burned It
w'tli   its   ei.;:'..'it.-..     Tl|e   jfoveiaior  Ijas ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
received a  request fftr t_R lofnirig ofl'ed by one of the l*M��4Jl*i#. Conservative
-���aiis   to   the   organized .tobacco   grow- , re- >���.'., ���:;,   of   nai-:' ��� no ntj .',.-, ta",      Hi.
er..  io  be  ned  '.7 the   prole.tlon    of j sttitcment ^'irtt ' thi-'btilht'li. 'Clejl'mn'
lev. . yet ivach<i��l.'v lir. CjrlfCllh Is
only waiiing for spring to sink again
and rii.'i out one mine level. If the
ore j*ali___upsn*|gt he- will    havs    a
<.in irlq i;|e( tioUs on .run.-, i.itli.
Ot./i'Wa,  Ap.ai   fn,   ;\  leVfei1 rec-.lv*-
lllf   oi-gaui-,.e��l   ti
Ir property,
will bo held on June 16th.
giiartlnteed ST".; R. Welsh, the repre-
lenlrtttn. of (lie husobnll tennis, offered JJ6| and P. C. Lashmnr $10 for
the cricket club���a total of $110. The
baseball men undertake to level the
ground after each match in such a
manner lhat. the holes worn by the
pitcher and the cntcher shall not Into-, ore with other pnmps.
i.Yi:nr/r'r nu.|_ MI.TIIOI.ISTS
I.I-KAR DONATION   ItIK Oltl>
Lveiett. Api'ii 26.���During the J-fst
yar the Tree Methodist church In
the district of Western Washington
Iris raised an nvHrnge of $*> per member (or foreign missions, according to
the reports iHUbniJ.ted at, the annual
e'ortTe'rene'e, now In session he*.e. This
Is claimed to be the greatest avernge
for this pin-pose of any religious de-
nomlrm
!
lMi'n |n the oountry.
>Ia\ors Inriicd to ReHliiglu.m.
PellliiHham,, April t!0.--lf TlWlt*a
tion* miil-u.4 Afiltiiy 'by ;.Ma>W. 'T*.;
.Mat tos ;it'e aecr|,i, d [here will be a
doserf vftlfffig nia'yd'a to Ttelllri^lnini
May J3. ulna right b.'Utli ihlps of the
-AtlantUi !l.',; ���i'e a'l-'.ei'cd' ia 'PMI-
Inghahl  bay.
what he .ailed the, "parlor
aeron; itlcs" Of the consorvative.
club by taking long trips and then
-elling all about them. The Aero
t^uii said Thomas was a notoriety
������ eki r, ;t\\t\ that he dressed In white
'tunnels and sat on his front
stOOQ *,o thai lhe barkers nnd rub-
bei-iM ek coaches could point him out
as tlie "ceirhrat' ,i inronaut.''
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.Vusfii.igton .imi ititvo l.sn.i.
N'ei'ltdll,   Al'.il   26. ��� A,1 C.   fnnes.   of
I'ashiii.Te,   in   the   W''o...tcher" Valley
'a:is   Jn   town   last   week.     He   left   on
������".���ItuHay   frlr AVashinRtoti,   where   h��?'
is elo<.'ing out nil h's Interests prepar-
alofy to moving his family to-n hhiek'
of fruit land which he has purchased;
ml M'o.hIh laitk".    He has closed a .deal
for the   Ensor  place,  nml   in  ��ddiOt��riy,
has   purchii'-iMl   4,',    additional    ae.reH
from H. P. l-H e. of tlwf W<ni.|l. lAKt.,
ffruitiands company.
���r
'.���
Kev. Mr.   Matt,  missionary  s'up^rfci-���''
tcndent  for TVC, AyHl, artdre<i.��' '"rte
Baptist V. P. it. this evenlnr"   ^hx-tAnk-"-
music tins been proytdadcto add Isitlio
attriicilons   of   the   evening1,
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,,Tli\.Ladie.-' ItJ.i'iouai'y eli-ehj ef the,
fjift   ban.'s. ���  cl,^     ho#-1tlftl?��
l?as\er  Thailki.tYerftS'l.e' tt.llf.-A "VM.
Koine/ ot  Mrs.   D*pUi|f>uirth   ave: uo.
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THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY.
APRIL
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STANDARD OIL BLAMED
.OR RIVAL'S TROUBLES
Business Competitor Forced
Into Receiver's Hands by
Actions of Octopus.
Topeka, Kan., April 26.���Albert
Wilson, attorney for H. H. Tucker.
Jr., secretary of the Uncle Sam Oil
Company, now on trial for misusing
the mails to defraud, declared her..
yesterday In his opening speech for
the defence that the Standard Oil
Company was the instigator and controlling influence behind the troubles
of the Uncle Sam Company. Mr. Wilson stated that Mr. Tucker has retained control of the voting power
oi th ��� Uncle Sam company In order
to Iprcvent the Standard Oil company from gobbling up the stock in
the open market and in that way
putting this competing companj' oui
ot business. Thc Uncle Sam Oil company is now in the hands of receivers.
sunlight
soap
five
cents a bar
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without ]
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow directions.
WASHOUTS  niX._Y MAILS
IX  BOUNDARY COU.NTIIV.
Phoenix, R C, April 26.���Not in
the last nine years, since the C. P. R.
branch was built into the Boundary
bas that company suffered so badly
from washouts as this week. No mail
express or freight of any kind has arrived in the Boundary since last Saturday, and it will be a day or two
before conditions are anything like
normal, although a transfer will likely be made to-night somewhere in
the mountains and connections made
after a fashion. Thus far the mail for
all Boundary Dolnts from other Canadian points that usually come via the
C. P. R. has been sent over the Great
Northern from Nelson  via Marcus.
Brewery Being Built at Fernle.
Ferule, April 26.���The Fernie-Fort
Steele Brewing company has awarded
the contract to build a new $200,000
modern brewing plant for the concern to Mr. Stanley, of Spokane. The
building will be of brick, 120x88 feet
In ground area and four storeys
high. The structure will be fire-proof
and thc plans provide for concrete
.floors* In each of the storeys and steel
.girder* To build the walls and
smokestack 1,500,000 brick will be
required The bricks will be manu-
fa/Jtured in fernie by a company organized for that purpose. Mr. Stanley Is largely intetested in this company, which will continue to operate
the plant to make brick for other
buildings In Fernie after supplying
the material for building the brewery, work on which will be started on
May   1.
Ile Knows His Fulling.
Tacoma. April 26.���.Michael Kelly,
employed at the Tacoma smelter, today established a precedent in the
court annals of the county by voluntarily going before Superior Judge
Snell and asking to be declared a
habitual drunkard. Kelly declares
'his inability to leave whiskey alone
and hereafter any saloon man that
sells him liquor will be liable to punishment.
In light, dark and medium
colors ; striped and plain
COc, 60c and 75c each.
Boys' Washing Suits, $1, $1.50,
$1.75; sailor style and Russian blouse style.
Black  Sateen  Blouse,   75c  the I
I blouse. I
Boys' Wash Waists, in new stripes
and checks, at 75c.
I PHILLIPS,!
i
i
i
 THE	
WARDROBE CLOTHIER
I
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New Westminster City
Assessment
COURT OF REVISION.
Notice ls hereby given that the assessment roll for the year 1908 has
beeu returned to me, and remains in
my office, where it may Le inspected j
by any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the court j
of revision.
The first sitting of the court of re- |
vision on ihe said assessment roll will
'�� ...'./i! at the city hall, in the said;
"it.1, on Monday, the 11th May next,;
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon- Any]
person intending to appeal against
thi. :i. -. umeni must do so in writing. I
to be find with the city dark at least ;
Meet) /lays betore tbe Qrst sitting of!
u.^ ��� amrt.
w. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
'  Hall, April 7, 1908.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.   j
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
laud, Nelson and intermediate points
���connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
"Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
istage 1-Sily for RepgWic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November   io,
Fruit Ranches
Ten acne3 convenient to town- All slashed; no buildings; good
water; on good road.   Price $1100.   Reasonable terms.
Eight and oncquarter acres on Blue Mountain road. All slashes';
two room house; small garden and chicken house and run; splendid!
soil and good water-   Price $12.0.   Reasonable tern_3.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY ��
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
O.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, fiaeebank Lime,. 3. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta* etc.; Claybui*-* Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcrjig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common Brick   Sand, Grovel and Crushed Rock
Bank of Montreal
ESTA ULIS HED 1817.
CAPITAL   ,%M**MfiQQ.<��
RESERVE H      $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfounvilaod, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, BlftA., ajid Meiloo City. A General Hanking Business Transacts.
Letters of Credit issued, available wltL <wrre___o.adent3 in all uarts of t_t��
World.
Saving* Bank Department Deposits received. 1n euma ot $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cer_t_ peer annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over Ill.s.OOO.OOO.OO. /
NEW WE8TMWSTER .BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER. Manager
TO SECURE UNHEARD OF BARGA
DURING
THE LAST THRI
of our Great Removal Sale.
We have materially reduced our immense $75 ooo
stock during this sale, but we want still further'reductions.   How about these ?   If you have the monev
buy them and make a saving:
Iron  Beds
Regular $5.50, all sizes, white enamel, 11-16 in
post, angle iron head and foot, good and strong, $3.95
Elegant $9 bed, brass top rail full size, well filled
one of the best, for only      ....    $6.90
Here's a Corn Cracker!
Beautiful Dresser and Stand, empire oak, 3-draw-
er dresser, British bevel mirror, fine stand; regular
$16.50, for $12.95
ROCKER. Golden Oak finish, cobbler seat ; regular $4.00,
for $2.90
SIDEBOARD. Pacific Oak, large British bevel mirror, massive in
design, splendid in finish; regular $27.00 value for only . . $21.00
Our store is full of bargains. The above will demonstrate the genuineness oi
the offers.   Come to-day or Saturday and buy yourself
rich; we will show you how.
LEE'S Furniture Emporium
Tel. 73
NEW   WESTMINSTER
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN TiO: OLD COUNTRY
CAN BK ARRA.N'OED- AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Empresse*--
May 1st.
For othr-r' dates   a-nd particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C- P. R. Agent.
I  The Arrow Press
I FOR 	
JOB
PRINTING
;���;
;���;    Windsor Block. Front Street. V
|        MRS.  E. M. DOM I NY, Prop    '*'
;<��<<��x��:cco:'C��*"��-��x*>"o::��..-' ��� ���
..BarkWantea..|HAMS ���*
18c. p��'"��-
(901.
Leave
9.ao a.m.
ia.25 p.m.
��P40 �����������
Day Tfain. Arrive
.. Spokane ���7->5 pm.
. Rosiland ....410 p.m.
... Nelson 6.45 P��.
H. A. JACKSON.
1,000 cords Hemlock Bark
WANTED  AT
FR4SER RIVER TANNERY, ltd.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER,  B.  C.
I    Write or call for particulars.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
BOWELL 4 ODDY, Proprietor*.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COA.ST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New Vork, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  Bale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Ratea   Round   Trip
Ratea  to  8outhern   California
For fulll Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver. B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portlan*-. Ore.
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R^eichenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
:
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
PKone 101 Phone 101
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���������������������������������������*y
$100.00
tr      ADVERTIWB      *W
��� IN ~
THE     DAILY     NEWS
,       POR BIG RESULTS.
���
���
Pay me this amount and $1") per
month and 1 will sell you a new
six-roomed Cottage on Hospital
street.
Real
Estate
3
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    Hn�� #
.���* ��� ���*������*���*"*
ADVERTISE  IN  THE NEWS APB1L  27,  1908   -
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THHVlt
A*A ��    S'lfe.*
Swcnson's ANARCHY MAY FOLLOW
haiuabll       TROUBLE IN CORRIENTS
STUMP
LLERS
mi FGGD INSURES
Governor Brought Before
Court on Charges of Treason   Troops Summoned.
UARRJ
There is no experiment connected with it, it has been In successful
operation for several years, and It la th esl grubber to be bought at
the present day.
We invite all Interested in stumi       lllng to attend oar stump pull-
stration between Shctb and Seventh avenue, on Vancouver
lne,  iv...  '. stre t. New Westm ister,     i  Friday the  2.th April
o'clock pain.
ther particulars and catalogues on applied iou to
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
r. J_ TRAP
���$*!?
k   CO.
FRONT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
COLUMBIA  STREET
Limited
COLUMBIA   STREET
*-$ ,4ft .-Jin
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
___=_-==   Tie
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invite-* you to join the lar^e number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAH.
Put your money where it i.s accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALLY.
.START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      p.  B.   LYLE,   Myr.
COAL!
f
Vj res, April 26.   - X w_ has
I ii i Ived here of b ui i lous
tlon in : hi   pi ovince of < lorrleni a   Thi
pi ovln ...' ��� ii.imhi r ���f   deputies    hai
.ed a  motion  thai the go\
.  ��� i   bo   bi lui ;)ii   befon
lOi
thi    pri    ��� pn llcta  thai   tm      13   maj
be  exported  In    1 lorrlents.    Fui 1 hi 1
more,  a   revolutlonarj   outbreak     has
taken     placi      In     thc
Santiago.
A   band   of   revolutionist 1   attai k'ed
the   go \ 1 i nor  of  1 he pro. Ince,   drove .
'���' rn and his mini. 1, rs from the
and  proclaimed .1  provisions       ,\
; ment.     The  gov 1 rnoi   was    n ounded
and   :       brothi r   killed   In   the    en-
counti      Ti oop     i'i   1    mmmoned and I
pui an end to thi   mpi Irtng.
���   ..,
_���,_..-. "... _&���_<���?
province
E*.,r->'  i***����  ���  CTTT  MMMN
. ���. v. >_  ���Ik-.l.t.  I     I      I.IIHITf.
TORONTO.ONT.
;n-ku__xi_iv_-i' s*net.t*?T*t*xitvTvr'm*r9a*M
NOTICE.
IN   THE   MATTER   OF   THE   RAiL-
xv \ . act. and In the mattei ol th
New Wellington
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COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
u i:.   mi st m.ti:i:\ii\i.
swi iv OP THOMPSON
Vancouver, Westminster and S 1
Railway Company and ol the  .'���*
couver.  Victoria  and  Baitern  l.all-
Olympia,    Aiprll    26.        Will Wil>' ll1"1  Navigation Compan
Thompson   yi   terdaj     mornln��    pre-      N0TU.'K  IS  HEREBY  QIVEN  that
ti .1   to  the clerk of the    Bu<premi | �� a������       _ei    .
 I   a   On:.!   writ   of  mandate   ; ,s������,|   under the pro. istons of Section ..i.l of
upon Judge Snell,  of Tacoma, ...der- , the Hallway Act, .an  application   ���
Ing him  to  prooeed  within a  reason-   be made to the Hoard Of Railway (,'onv
ab-��  """'  wi,h ni" calling of a  jurj   mlsalonera  tor Canada,  at  tho Court
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� HEW WESTMINSTER
for the trial of Chester Thompson fn
determine iiis presenl mental condition. The writ was signed and served
upon Judge Snell, and Mr, Thompson
now reels as though the caa
given 0 speed)  hearing.
Room of said Commissioners, at tha
City  of Ottawa,  at eleven o'clock in
Una forenoon, on TUESDAY, the 12th
win be [day of May. A. l). 1908, for a recttn-
I inendatlon to the Governor in Council
1
! lor the sanction of a  certain agroo-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in Ail Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ie Canadian Bank of Commerce
pkkp Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
1 HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
I* & WALKER, President ALEX.  LAIRD,  General   Manager.
A GEaNERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
I FARMERS' BANKING.
|,v��fy facility afforded  Farmer* for their banking  business.    Sales Notes
cashed or taken  for collection.
BANKING  HY   a\IAll_���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
fvOttowa accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER'BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.	
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BRING  BIG  RETURNS
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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I.Hi
j in ml   dated   the  26th  day  of   March,
A. D. 1908, made between the Van-
Mloii  over Chinese   Head-tax,
Haiifa c,   April 26.���Representation
'''."   '"nL;  ,,,1*"1'*  '"   "���"   '''*,ln"*"   *"M couver, Westminster and  Yukon  Kai.-
ernmini  i,> have  pressure brough.   to
bear   |,e   imperial   authtfritlea   to   way  Company  of  ihe one   pari,  and
oau <��� .1  return  trom    the    Canadian ���'"'"��� Vancouver, Victoria and   Eastern
grov^rnmeni of $m.8oo in   lines   ai- Railway and Navigation Companj of
!**ed   '"   havc  be8n   wrbngifally    col-  the other part, providing for the sate
lected  Hum eighteen Chinamen, who i ,     .,     ,. ...   . *
i.,���,i,,.  .,. ,..,,,    ,,,._      ,    , .by   the  Vancouver,   Westminster and
lanaeu ni  tape  Brston last year, and
did noi pnj the head-tax. The China-  Yulton  ttallWay Company to and tho
men were arrested and    aned    $100 I purchase
each,   inns the  head-tax,    <>n aippeal
to the supreme court of Nova Scotia ' .- .. .. ,,  ,,     ..
.,,,.  ,���.,' .        .      i(ompany from the sad the vancon-
nii*  Judgment   w.is   r,,f..,-^���,\    _��_   ..,, '
order wus mad
by   the   Vancouver,  Victoria
Eastern   Hallway and  Navigation
reversed,
im- a return
'��' i
and   an
of  Bne_,
Juror*- Urge Police AotlvJty.
Spokane,   April   26.���In  Hading   W
x.  Burges   i oion a, guilty of vagran
cy and be.ng a gambler, a Jury in the
��� i in,   . "in i  this  afternoon  In  ii!
v ordlei  submltti d    a    written    state
menl   urging  lhat  the   police   department' be Mini e dlllgenl  In thi
vei'. Westminster and Yukon Hallway
Company, of all that portion of thc
undertaking and properties of tho
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon
i Hallway Company, consisting of the
line Of railway In Ilie City Of Vancouver described In ���-'aid agreement and
! from the City of Vancouver to fhe City
|M M ,, of Xew Westminster, and In the City
leelarlTig    thai I of New Westminster, and all lines ol
It Will Not Seem tike
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If you do not have some
thing new. You can make
your choice from a full
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Handsome Skirts and
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WHEN GOING EAST
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TO SEND YOU OVER
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tight Trains Every D��v in the Ye.i
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THE TRAIN OF FAME
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Embodies the newest and best ide.��
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
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world. The equipment consists of
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i6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
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modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders.- or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
730 Second Avenue. Settle. W��<h
English and American __tlliard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second - hand  t_bles and supplies In
itock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Ftione   AS6M. P.  O.   Box  118a
Bowllm?  Alley, P��nder  St..
VANCOUVER
*.;' nt   for  .Messrs   Samu.l  May 4
xjron'0.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souv.nlr
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-iet
On Sale at���.
Morey's    Bookstce    and
at   Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
xtf'Ad/ertl.e the town wo live la IJ
mailing Picture Pout Cards to yovr
friends. ,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA.
Through Tralna with first clans
sleepers,   tourist!  aim dining cars.
Excursions to Eastern Provinces at
greatly reduced rates on Miay 4th and
IStb and .liinc Btli. IJ.1., 19th and --Otl^
Good for Hm-e months.
Week end Rliiplf fares for round
fri in. to local points.
For full particulars apply to
ED. OOULET.
Anient. New West'mlasttfr,
er tO K: J.  COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt��� Vancouver.
mance   of   its  doty,
the te.timony ol  its own  officers on  railway connecting it with tt_e brldgo
the   Witness   stand   showed   tha y   ovcr   ,I)0   Krlsn.   ,.,,.,,,.  ,lt   X(,w   Wwt.
have in ��� ii lax and careless In tha p.isi ,,,,,.        , , ��
In the suppresslun of gambling, etc.     ,lll,";l"1'. ��"5 ;i" '���'*<,1,s ^Mttt cut of
>  ��� i      .i       i i.   ��� J an\   order   of   ilie   Hoard   ��d'   Hallway
CommlsBloneri for Canada, pertaining to the maintenance or operation
of the said line:, of railway or any of
tliein, and nil other property, ronl or
personal, acquired for or hold by or
In triiHt for or on account of the unit!
lines of railway or any of them.
I.ATKI. this 27��_ day of March, A.
li. 1808,
���1AME8 .IEFTTCEY,
Bocrotary  of tha Vancouver;  W%ifc��
minster  and   Yukon  Railway Ooro-
pany.
Game Preserve on  Muml.
Victoria, \ pi ii 26, The Question ol
cottlng aside a game reserve on Vnn-
couvei island i. reported to be Under
s'limis consideration by the members
ni the provincial government, Prom
wii.ii .an be gathered'. Information
is being secured from all possible
sources as tn thc best area to mail,
out as a hunting preserve, a stretch
uf territory In which sportsmen will
not be permitted to shoot Indiscriminately.
[(..Treated wire seeks Dlvoroj.
Tacoma, April 2H.���Mrs. Clinton I
10 dandy, nhose husband Is now serving B year On the county Jnll for out-
ratgeo'ta cruelty to her, today "brought
suit for divorce Accompanying the
divorce papers were requests retraining Insurance companies employing Granby from paying hlm
money.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, will) piiH-
���engers and freight.
Leaves Hrackin in ft Ker wharf.
NOW Wesl in in iter, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Loaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
I'or rates anil  particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
r. WHiTMoui', Secretary.
60   YEAR?
IXPERIKNCfi
NOTICE
Patbnta
Stkttue
Tmdc Marks
Dcsion*
IfHIOKTS AC.
<lr��c.rltit.l(in__��v
���"ruo wlmtlier aa
''i.niTnunl.ft.
,n.JOKon_*��t��nti
���Vrurii'K B*tent*,
������������ i A Co. reeslft
.the
NUT1CE IS HEREBY GIVE."* that
one (I) month from the date "hereof''
application will ho Hindi, to the
Governor-ln-CouncIl under Chapter
I L'i of the Revised Statutes of, Canada.
1008, for approval of plant, of a. bridge
to bo constructed by the Victoria Terminal Hallway and Ferry Company
over tha HsrpsntltM river on the line
of the said company's railway betwM__.
Blaine and Olivers In the Province, ot
British Columbia! ami also for approval of plans of B bridge to he. con-
.tripled    by   the   Victoria   Terminai'
Hallway and Parry Company over the
Nicomekl river on the line of trie siiiii
company's railway between Itlaine .'Wnl
Olivers in the uid Provlnoi of liritisi*..
Columbia. Plans or each or thi said;
' bridge* and dMcrlptloni of each ��if.
i the sites thereof have been deposited
with   the   Minister  or   Public   Works.
aad  In Lin Land  Registry   Office   at
! New   Westminster,   British   Columbia,
Hated   this   1st  day  of  April  A.D.,
11008,
j A. II. MncNEILL,
Solicitor for the Applicant's,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLI1*
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON snd
FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except
Sunday) carrying pa.Mengers, matt
���jpress    and   freight   connect
/ ti .n.ttiomalT Ulttrtwrted vrooulf. Mnrest *ts.
Ciiluti-.'iJ .;f nur Mlor.tltto .(oiuuul. ���'lerms tm
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wl noiijw��ii.,.)ifl. ,
ttuucb uaSe, a�� v i-*u Waibimrton, fl. CL
.tapes at C��rcro..s and White HoHNfc
vti\nttt\uing o tbfoujth wint��f. .anriem
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fabrics that the world's Sest looms
produce. My present .tuck of spring!
and summer woolens cannot be surpassed-    Your Inspection invited.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,
These lists were made permanent for
the admittedly .-.de punposi. of g.c.
ing thc Con.-ti valives an advantage
in Dominion glecHCWS. 'this is proven
by ;!.,��� frrjfcing tad that the legislation of tWo .Ma:iileli;t < loverunierTt of
l.it. took out of tlie hands 6f the
judges the appointment of elect;,,a
officials and the power ot making
regulations governing the making 0i
the i'Ms; and by the well known eir-
eun.stamt that, year after y*-ar sii.ee
that "date, the conditions governing
the registration and revisiun hav i
been manipulated In tlie interests of
the Conservatives and, therefore,
against the Interests of the Liberals.
The Manitoba ii-'** were foisted upon the Dominion In 1904 by sharp
practice; that trick worked to the
direct advantage of the Conservatives
and tn the disadvantage of the Li'b-
lerajs. Is it any wonder, therefore,
| that the Liberals of .Manitoba, and of
British Columbia also (for practically
the same nn.ilii.ions prevail there).
should now appeal to the grand jury
of the nation to remedy that .dis-
i ability imposed upon them by Kobiin
B. C. | and lingers and should ask to be
_______ j placed upon the same footing as- tin-
other Provinces ?
Thr debates in the House af Commons in 1S11S when thc Dominion
Elections Act was under consideration show clearly that it was the in-
tentiojj of the Government that the
basis of the election Hats must be
their preparation by the municipa,
authorities, Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick,
then     Solicitor-General.     made     this
Don't   be persuaded  lo  use
imported  salt  on  t'.e grounds of
economy.    WINDSOR   SALT
at present prires, is the cht._;*e-t
in the end.
iog w
| 2991 of Hansard of 1898 he is reported   to have said:
"I-Ven if we do adopt the Provincial law. i would suggi st that we
should not go beyond saying that the
Provincial enactments as they exist
at present, and the basis on which
the voters'  lists are now made up In
'ihe  different  Provinces,  shall  be  the
'basis on which we shall proceed in
the future. 1 do not see Why we
should pledge oiirselves now    to    the
I Wisdom of what any Provincial legislature   may _p;e-*s   In   the  future."
II will be interesting lo see how
the Leader of the Opposition will be j
able to Justify his opposition to Mr.
Ayleswortb's bill in the face of the
above declaration. ��� Ottawa Free
Pn se.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily" .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.  C.
������������������ | clear when he said:
E. A. Paige Managing  Director.     ���We sh0lll(]  p,u the  franclliS0| not
[ under  the control  of this House,  but
i under   the   control   oi   the   electorate.
| under the control of the people    why
* I send  us here,  as directly as possible
-Ma-oilie  Keimion   Over.
Tacoma. April 28.���The three-day
semi-annual reunion of the Scottish
Rite Masons of Taconia closed today,
With thri e sessions, under the auspices of Tacoma Council of Radish
no, 4. A banqtiet ended the festivities   tonight.
���Wfqgi&.'Mt--*
MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1908-
WINSTON   CHURCHILL'S   DEFEAT.
The defeat at -North West Manchester of Mr. Churchill, President of th*e
Board of Trade, a portfolio he had
just accepted in the Asquith Ministry,
under their control by placing it In
the hands of the municipal councils."
While both Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
Mr. Fielding argued in support of the
idea that the lists must be prepared
by the municipal councils, they also
deciareel specifically that they did not
propose that the Dominion should renounce its right to prepare and con-
is indicative of four things. First, jtrol its own ]jsts if the necessity .for
that the Englishman does not favor | doing so should arise. The Premier
the   man   or   party   which    interferes declined to accept the theory that the
with eating or drinking. The second
is that the Englishman is very jealous
of any interference with his religion
or the education of his children- The
rally cry of "Beer and Bible"   had
Dominion was obliged to accept any
lists which Provincial Legislatures
might care to prepare. He put this
plainly when  he said:
"1 am  quite disposed,  for my part,
to  accept   the  franchise  prepared   by
Na mor. nseJ of se.idinj your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and %
MADE IN CANADA
Mail orders filled same day as received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &   SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.      I
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
-strong leverage in the fight and had I legislature, whether Liberal .or Con-
' servative. But if the day comes when
a fraud is    committed     against    this
to be reckoned with. Thirdly, the
���"Home Rule" pronouncement of the
candidate was too strong for even a
Manchester constituency to swallow.
But in the fourth reason for defeat
there seems to be something peculiarly indicative of a strong change
In sentiment with respect to the
Unionist platform of protection.
Manchester, more than any other
���city in England has suffered on account of the competition in manufactured cottons imported and there
has been widespread distress, although the English electorate is slow
to take kindly to radical changes, this
wan! and suffering affected the poll,
because when things get very bad a
change of any sort is eagerly welcomed and this may be the beginning of the end of free trade. The
defeat cannot but be a blow to the
Asquith Ministry, even if a safe seat
is found for Mr. Churchill because
this defeat must influence the other
bye-elections.
Par.iament, when legislation of a
hostile character is brought forward
in the Legislature, then it will be always open for Parliament to resume
its own powers and to enact a franchise law of its own."
Even Mr. R. L. Borden is on record
as warning Parliament against the
unwisdom of declaring that under a.I
and any circumstances the Provincial
lists should be regarded as suitable
for   Dominion   'purposes.      On     page
and give a first mortgage on a building
worth $15,000. It is a business property centrally located and will bear
closest investigation. Full particulars
furnished.
New Westminster
W. J. KERR
Phone 170
P. 0. Box 3
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11 prices.   Note these prices for to-day's selling
��
THE  I'Xr.C'lTON  LISTS.
3djf_le  of  the   more militant of
the
Corn Starch
3    Pks.   for   25c
Seeded Raisins
16-OZ. Pks.,   3 for 25^
Taylor's Cleanser
3 tins for 25c
Wheat Flakes
in bulk, 5 lbs. 25t
It's Oxford Time
Conservatives in, and out, of Parliament are threatening to keep the
Federal session going for many
months to come if the Gove'rHtnent
presses the bill to anm-nri the Election.. Act, nou .standing in the name
of Hon. Mr. Ayti-swoi-th. Their chief
ground af complaint Is the provision
by which the electoral /lists of any
I'l-ovinee which are revi.-.-d al Irregular Intervals Bhall undergo a fresh re-
' vision just prior to any Feih-ial elec-
tion. 'i'hts Provision will, It so ha.p-
pens, apply i.iiiy to the Province, ol
. a\l;uiit..iba ami Jirhish i ���,,..,,,.:,!.,. ,..,, j
of which happen? to be today i.-imiii-
isiired by a Conft.rva.-v_ Gov* rn-
m-enft;
As it la evident  thai this question
will   provoke   mole  or le... storm;.   .1   -
bates, it may be aa well tg examine
just whnt i> the Ifu'atli .. .-���. .ar .1
the two provlnci s named ate 1 on-
���'���ir.'eij, The Doniiii.uri I'll,tctllm. Act,
'��������� "!*' -niina for the u��a oi th< Provincial voter*' ii,i i��� I*--.1 tn: ,���!���������������
���i" 'in., in 1 ' 1 , ., ', and v
"'���'���W.iiii.'r fi of the llevlsed Statute's)
two different kinds of provli cial lists
One class of provlm I ii t c permanent, viz.. thos.. whieh nr.- revised
from year to year and are, tinn tore.
available for use whenever tt Dominica election la called. Tin re is also
.1   provision   that  whore   flu    Ili'tS  of  a
Province aro prepared "not al regular Intervals, but at such times as
are fixed by the Lh'uteiiaiit-iiover-
nor-ln-f'oiineil, or some other I'io-
r/incial or local authority," for the
'"purpose of a genera] or other eleo-
���lion," ihey will be available for Dominion, use for ony one year from the
time  they  wen   compiled.
Once the year  elapses"    new    lists,
based  upon  the   1'rov'inciai  qualifications, must be compiled by Dominion
Officials,  Juil   aciMirdlii'g  to   Provincial !
IuaJJ     When   the   Dominion   Elections
Act' was passed   In   1S98 all  the  Pro-1
vincos which  had permanent election I
list*, complied them, and revised them :
annually  by the agency of the  muni-
p.lpal councils.    At that time in Manl- I
toba  lists were prepared for partluu- I
ilar  eloetlons   and  they  lapsed     alter,
one   yoar.    The   lists   were   available
for Dominion purposes for only    that
Hi-tl.cid lime.
It was not until 1904 that the Province of Manitoba decided to keep Its
election lists .��ilJre from year to year
txy-.u-.i   '.unmiaJ     revision,     so-called.
M
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03 We never sold'Oxfords as fast as we
m are now selling them. This will be a great
Jp season for all kinds of low cut Shoes. We
��g have them in every style-Lace, Blucher
���|\4 cut, Button, Pumps and Colonials.
kG .   TANS are "it" this season and we' can
03 give you an exceptionally good variety jn
Cfl them-Chocolate,   Golden   Brown,   Wine
EJP Color and Light Tan.
kQ Our full line of Canvas goods i.s here.
Qj They are the newest ideas from Boston.
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Prices $1.75 to $3.50 a pair.   See them.
Prompt Deliva
ARE YOUR EYf
Troubling You?
If so, come and have them i
amined. We make no chart
for testing your eyes. All wo]
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Opticia
Optical   Parlors  in T, GifftfJ
Jewelry Store.
Men's Oxfords
I'ii-eut BJubher cut, per pair ..$5.oo
''''���"in  button, per pair  $5.00
Gun metal button, per pal*  $5.00
Gun metal Blucher cut, per pair $4.5o
VlCl I.i i Blucher cut, per pair ..$4.00
Tt.nl-     In     button     and    lace,     p"r
P'Wf     $4.50 and $5.00
Tan and pfltont piimiis, per pair $4.50
;1-il    '���    $5.00
Ladies' Oxfords
Chocolate md  tan Blucber cut,    iier
pair $2 50 and $3.50
Vlcl kid In all cut a.   per   peir   $1.*>1
to       $4.00
Potentf* In button and lace, per pair
$3.50 to      $5X0
8) eclal glrta' f)xt'()id.. in tan and blac't
wl|lt low heels; si/x-s 2 to 6; por
pair , $2:0
NONE BETTER THArt
THE
Q1 -QTTTTC Ma<,e to Your ^ir
m OUI IO   MEASURE    ^lO
Qj       Otiir    iailoriii;;    or.nani/.al ion     Js   so
fOt complete tnitt you take absolutely -N'o
**J[f ltl.S.- wlien ordering. Vour ganneni^
���Vf 8*6 cm. from your own individual
���____���' ".'���'.i.stiri'iiienUS   Ly expert  craftsmen.
yf\ W !���; tiLAKA.NTKL TU I'LL..������>!���;
" AND TO FIT YOU I'I'l.KIX _ i_Y.
and at & price far hi low what, the or-
diii'.r.v CUfllom tador would ch true
_>*w!jvU, while tlie fabrics used are with.
I Ll mit eirt'tai for Intrinsic worth or varl-
tr*\\ IP Vol' HAVE .'. FA1 IX \.\ V >l!!'a
l/J| FloritlO. PLEASE MENTIO. IT
vSiA.N'l) WE WILL EMDH IT I' ,i ��� ol.'.
KS& Lot ii. prove this \tale_non t our
Oj'pi'Oilt.   Only union labOiMBinP-Oy' l<
Ihe Croot& Stewart Tailoring Co
538 Hastings street, West,
Vancouver.
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PRINTING
CORHFCT STYLE
HODEUATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT MTjjjjg
Jackson & Morrison
Lnnnlnd fit the KFAK
of "Bally News" Block
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
III
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SPECIAL AGEN1S
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
We have just received
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and you arc invited to inspecf,
without  doubt the  finest selection of   HIGH-CLASS
;   WOOLENS that ever erased      MaP>> ^or^n
Electric BluejWini
Any Sh*
d DraHn
the pond.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tai'or
Columbla St., NEW   WFSTMINSTER
tjr      ADVERT.Sis      *M
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THE      0 A I r. V      N E W &
#1 If You'.h .-MINI. Anything.
The  Vancouver   Map ai
Print Ccipany
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411 Seymour St..
Vancou1/'!
OFFICS'
WESTMINSTER
H. Neville Smith, B.^- m
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THE     DA.LV     N6*
,fYOUWa.'.aSituatlua. APBIL  27,  1908
TILE   DAILY.   NEWS.
page rrvi
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STORES   T.H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
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The Chance of a Lifetime
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CITY NEWS
For Quick
WHEN IN VANCOUVER
65c 2nd 75c New Dress Good
si
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
Qnest In li. C. Dominion Trust
block. **
Remember."" the shoe sa'-e at 11.
Stevenson's shoe house, Begbic street.
Opposite Windsor hotel. **
Sale
���������
The vv. i'. v. v.' will hold its regu
lar  meeting  this  afternoon    in
league  room    of the  Queen's  avenue
Mel lis* church, at three o'clock.
The Greatest Dress^Goodi
Sale in the Annals of Thii
'lie'   most   convincin
favor ol'    "13.  c." and    "Old
cigars is the cigar itself.
argument   in
Sport" j
A  meeting of the finance committee nf the newly  formed New West-,
minster Publicity association  will be I
called  today, when arrangements  will
be  made  for a campaign  among tlie j
merchants  and  citizens  for funds  to
i n ���.. on the work of the organization,
Store
1
v.,. are overstocked in this departmeni ...mi have to sell over
:_,��� ... irth of dress goods to reduce thi, stock to its normal condition. We have decided to absolutely give away over 85 pieces of
dress goods below actual.cost���our loss is your gain. Price cut is
certainly the greatest and broadest we have ever yet offered for these
t'aree reasons:
FIRST���Every yard is brand new seasonable summer goods.
SECOND���Every yard is absjlutely below wholesale cost.
THIRD���The broadness of the range shown and the variety of the
goods combined with the unheard of price is bound to make this a
red letter sale.
Just a word as to the goods. Some of them are on display in our
windows, but remember the window is but the stepping stone to the
greater variety within. They come in plain .Mohairs, 44-inch wide in
iilack, brown, cream, navy, royal, myrtle and grey. Iu fancy tweeds
all colors, two tone monotone effects. In Shepherd checks, Scotch
plaids, Roxanos, Panamas, ATmures, etc.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY at tbe unheard of price, per yard. 25c
8 l-2c yd. Bleached White Cotton Special. 8 l-2c yd
550 yards, 36 inches wide, Premier quality, White Cotton, finished
soft for the needles, at 12 yards for ��� $1.00
lOc.   Dress Muslin.   lOc.
The dress muslin sale goes merrily on. As the old song says:
There are still a few remaining. The regular prices are 15c and 20c.
Special, per yard   10c
Two Specials in Lingerie Waists
150 brand new, dainty waists in mull lawn, batiste, etc.   Nice trimmed with l.ace and embroidery.   Regular price of this lot is $1-50, but
drawing card will clear at. 95c
Six dozen lovely waists, elaborately trimmed.   Tucked and inser-
tlong also in shadow work, with Swiss embroidery, short   and   three-
r sleeves.    Some open fronts,  others  open  at   back.    Regular
.2.25, special each $1.25
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SMITH
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��� Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   j
��� deliver to any part of the city. ���
IFOR SALE.....
C. WILLIAMS
: Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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Lawn Grass Seed
30c Ib.
THE    KIND   THAT   GROWS!
At
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r
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office
Dagg,
Ph��n�� 185.     Burn 'Phone 137
Columbia 8treet
"   di^avcred   promptly   to
il;i-v IJftrt of the city.
foght and Heavy llaulinj
OFFlpS-r-TIUM DEPOT.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
OT      ADVERTWH      *��
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
if "ou  WANT HELP.
Th ��� deal**, occurred yesterday of
ii" ��� i'i Graham, aged s< .eutj years,
"' his I omi  In the v. esl end,   No hr-
1:1    ��� 'i ��� nt. have yel   I   en made for
1        tneral.
���J. H. Brownlee, C. 1... Dominion and
B. C. land surveyor, ha. opened an office In the Guichon bloo.k. Phone 338. ��
Mrs. li. B. Hall, daughter of T. H.
Hathefly, accompanied by her children, Ig spending a few days with her
father .nd mother at their residence,
Third   avenue    *
Phone  B278  for
pressing, repairing.
' hotel.
cleaning,   Dyeing,
Opposite Premier
On Saturday morning No. l fire hall
brigade reeeived a call to the Brunette
mills, where lire had taken a hold on
one ol tii... dry kilns. The services of
tin' brigade, however, were not required, the emergency hose al the
mill having been sufficient to bring
the flames  under  control.
Beautiful building lot,
two blocks from car, in
one of the best locations
in the city, will be offered at a sacrifice price at
my office on Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
W. J. KERR
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
EAT
at
L Astor Brill
The  Largest and  Finest Equipped   Cafe   in   Western   Canada.
Six course Business Men's
Luncheon served from 11:80 a-
m. to 2 p. m"., for 30 cents.
a la carle Dinner from 5:30
to   S   p.   111.
Thc Astor Grill
147-149 Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone 2843.
A.   N.   PRENTICE,   Lessee   and
Manager.
To dispute the
"Brlllante" cigars is
value of quality.
superiority
to question the
The    grotesque    quartette,    which
Blngs ".lust Because He Couldn't Sing
I Love Me and the World is Mine'' In
0j| the   Magic   Lamp   tomorrow   night   is
worth going a long way to hear. Other  tunes  are  equally  catchy. **
Rev. J. P. Bowel), bursar cf Columbia college, is spending a few days in
.Nanaimo, devoting his time to the
bettering of the colleges financial
standing.
Dahlias, Geraniums and all kinds of
beding and vegetable plants. Davies &
Son.   Telephone B208.
In a mile roller race at the Clarkson street rink Saturday evening, J.
F. Perry, of Westminster, easily defeated W. F. Snow, of Winnipeg, finishing three-quarters of a lap in the
lead. The race was witnessed by a
large  number of spectators.
All kinds of annuals at Tidy's, the
florist.    Phone 1.4. **
The interment took place yesterday
of the remains of the thirteen-month-
oid son of Mr. and Mrs. Btrglund
Carl Victor, who died on Friday from
spinal meningitis. The services were
conducted I)}' Rev. W. H. Barraclough.
The trade finds it both satisfactory
and profitable to sell "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. **
At. the next meeting of the Schoo.
board, arrangements will Le made for
the fixing up of tiie grounds of the
'.'i-ntral school, for which purpose
the sum of a thousand dollars has
been appropriated, lt is proposed to
thoroughly level the grounds, build
proper walks and sow the remainder
with lawn grass.
Can you figure out just what a
miss ng link should look like? No,
you can't; but if you go to fee the
Magic Lamp tomorrow or Wednesday
night, you will find out.
NOTICE
The final meeting of the Children's
Ward Fund society will l.e held on
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Miss Annie Tidy, the retiring May
Queen, to wind up the affairs of the
society and arrange for the turning
over of the cash and other donations
to the hospital authorities. Tomorrow afternoon a tea will be served in
the interests of the fund at the home
of Mrs. George Adams, Twelfth street.
* See Abbott <S_ Hyde about those two
lols, from which a magnificent view
of the Fraser river and valley is obtained, at the head of Keary street,
Sapperton.   Only $2-10 for the two. ���*
A goodly number of cricketers turned out to the practice of Saturday afternoon at Moody square, and showed
up in good form considering that the
season is scarcely opened. Several
new men showed up, some of them
old stagers at the game, so that taken
all round the future of the game in
this city has a very rosy appearance
and the wielders of the willow are
wearing the smile that won't come
off.
For $150 down and the balance
($1300) payable $15 per month you
may secure a comfortable five room
furnished house with good garden,
stable for three horses. This property-
is close to' the car line, is in good repair and affords an opportunity, not
often found, to buy a convenient cosy
home on the easiest of terms. White
& Shiles, 260 Columbia street, city. **
A team belonging to    the  Fashion
livery  stables  started  on a.  runaway
about ten o'clock  last night  on Columbia street.   The driver managed to
I control the horses, but in bucking one
Much Interest is being taken locally ,o( the animals got its hind leg over
in  the  Canadian  lightweight    cham-.j^  tonguei  considerable  trouble be-
pionshlp   fight  tonight ^.-tween  Billy j ��ng experlenced before it could he extricated   from  its   awkward   position.
While several stablemen    anrl police
The time for receiving tenders for
the construction of a Cruiser for the
British Columbia Fishery Protection
Service    has    been    extended     from
temperate climate had felt the changelj^ay ]^ to .*,me iBt next.
and  to brace up had taken to drink,
after  four  years  of  total  abstinence.!
For two weeks he spent his time and|
tnoney continually drinking.   Then ho|
had become so that he could not  bearj
the   sight of  food,  and   when   fetched'
.y  the  police had eaten  nothing  for
tivo  days  and  was    on the verge  of |
collapse,    lie almost siskened at tho
sight of a  bowl of soup    which the
jailer placed before him, and days will
probably elapse before he wlll be in
a fit condition to face the world again.
In the meantime he will be called up
to answer to a charge of vagrancy before the magistrate-
JAS GAUDIN,
Agent.
Agency Marine and Fisheries.
Victoria,  B.C., April  22,   1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE
Commenced on Tuesday, April 14,1908
at J. A. Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Having secured the large four storey building opposite Lome
street, and just six doors .below our present premises on Columbia
street, we shall move our business location as soon as possible. We
have therefore decided to clear out our Immense Stock of Household
"Furniture now on hand at give away prices rather than move it, as
we have eleven cars of new, modern, up-to-date furniture to place
right In the new premises as soon as the decorators are. through-
This is the chance of your life if you want cheap furniture. Heavy
discount allowed on any article you choose to pick out.
JOHN A. LEE
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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I Public Supply Stores j
Geo, Adams, Proprietor
now offering for sale a special line of
Dinner Ware
Lauder of Calgary .the^ present chain
pion  of  Canada,   and     Driver   Miller,
c'lianipion of   B.  C
There are many
���rapportSTs  o
i'   1 oth   men
;n
the  city;
officers were busy attempting to di_-
aad a pool deal of money is up
number  of  Calgary   men   met tat
Russell   hotel     the other   night   aud
gathered   up   a   few   hundred   dollars
on fhe bout, to bark up the boy froni
the prairie burg.
j entangle the horse, a B. C E. It. car
"I coming down Columbia street narrow-
3lly escaped running into the equipage,
living stopped when only a few inches
from tho horses' heads.
The niaiiag.ni of the Premier V.'tel
was somi -vhat surprised on Saturday
night to bud a man strolling through
the bi.ild tig. peering into corners and
ransacking Cuing'' generally. Mr.
Peters, thinking thai the man musl
be in*uno. called up the police and
gave the mat. in charge. The prisoner is an Englishman and cia'ms to be
a bnokkveper for a. firm In Vancouver; '.* i'ives his name as R. C- Dur-
ved...e. Questioned .as to his reasons
fnr p fowling around the building, the
man becomes wry reticent, only rent.trk'ng that he knows nothing of It
���ind demanding to know why he Is
under arrest.
Are
sure to please everybody
From   $7.50   Upwards
Why use old ones when you can buy new ones
so cheap ?
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,  B.  C.        Phone  92.
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WE ARE
Specialists
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Infants' Outfits
We sell them cheaper than you
can make them.
Get our prices  first.
Stevenson's
721   P.obsor.   St.,   Vancou.er.
EverythlnR for Children
Pretty girls, appropriate scenery,
catchy tunes and-Jr.i.dsomo costumes
is the suni total of the Magic Lamp,
a wonderful fairy story reproduced by
local amateurs In profession*.! style
at the Opera house tpmorrow night*.
Get there early. **
A. l_. rPaser, a powerfully built
Scotchman boasting but one leg, who
has been a thorn in the side of the city
police for some time, was again landed In the coop yesterday to answer to
the same old charge, drunk and dis-
nrd.'il . I'raser, It appears, ha*, nn
unpleasant habit of arming himself
with a club when be gets a jas, and
amuses himself by pounding any per
son that happens to cross his path.
In this particular instance, ,a yOung
man staying at one of thp city hotels
was thi. object of his abuse, and the
; charge may  be  changed  into one of
i assault.
Ia a condition  bordering on deliri-
| uui, a Scotchman, who gives the u.une
jof William Lyle, was brought to  the
j'police station yesterday by Detective
j Bradshaw    and     Officer     (l.ll,    and
; turned over to the care of Jailor Mc-
| Inns s.   T'ne man tolls a pathetic story
j of a long fight aga nst the liquor hab-
j it and of tho ,tall which left hiiajin
! such a condition that even while he
i spoke  he  shook  as  with  ague.     In
broad  Scotch .accent he toid  that he
'was a druggist aud had been in business for many >oa**s tn the Island of
Honolulu,   and   there   had  s'iri'egled
Mis   besetttln,!.   sin    sucresi.ft.11y for
four years.    Then he had  moved to
Canada, and coming from r. hot to a
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
APRIL
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"The  average   man   when   be   Is   a
boya" a trilie Inrolvedly ruminated the
old   codger,   "decides   that   when   he
prow>- up he will be a drum major or a
bandit,  triumphantly  survive  battles,
Shipwrecks   and    holocausts   and   gal-
lautlv protect innocence and beauty in |     . ,       .   . ���+,__,  ,,, ^
,,'.,,,,- , ,.���      .11 Any even numbered section of Do-
dlstress.   But the average boy when ho |
becomes a man finds himself so busy j niiuiou *an,ls *'- Manitoba, Sasl.atch-
satisfying the appetite of the always ewan and Alberta, excepting S and 26,
hungry     mortgage,     endeavoring    to i not reserved, may be homesteaded by
���ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
achieve but never attaining the eminence of being the head of his own
household, chasing at iho earnest su
Helta tion of lbs many friends the political prominence which forever eludes
him, selecting the particular brand oi
health fodder that will injure him the
least, running after or away from
something or other, getting off a few
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 1U0 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made iu person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the  district in  which the
well chosen words, trying to collect or lalul is situate. Entry by proxy may,
evade thai which is justly coming to
him, placating his wife's relatives, accumulating baldness, pointing with
pride or viewing with alarm, and so on
and bo forth, that before he has time t i
be anything more protuberant than
one of the ciphers of the millions that
inhabit this land of the free his men
friends are walking slow behind bim
nml saying that. Bill was a pretty i tl
feller, bul and bis women friends are
chastenedly wondering how soon ibo
widow wiil marry again. That's all
there is to the average man."���-Puck.
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(i) At least six mouths' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(_)    A  homesteader may,  if he so
leslres, perform  the    required    reai-
! dence   duties   by   living  on     farming
One   V. ord'H    '.Iran il'Ks. , , ,   ,        , , . .    ,
English is a most remarkable Ian- land owned so,ely bv blnl* not les3
guage. lt has some peculiarities of an -han el8nty ^s��) acres in e*xtent> ln
extraordinarily rich vocabulary and: the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
others of the poorest and most barren ownership in land will not meet this
tongue, separate words for minute dis-   requirement
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Arid all the principal business centers of j
OT7f^_?lb; QUEBEC and  the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and j
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Por Tim.*-- Tables, etc., address
GEO. W.  VA'-_X,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
by an accepted bank cheque equal to
10 per cent, of the whole amount of
the tender, which cheque will be forfeited if the person sending the accepted tender declines to enter into a
contract with the Department or fails
to complete the steamer. Tenders on
letter paper will be considered.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Newspapers copying this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid.
P. GOURDEAU,
Deputy Minister of .Marine
and Fisheries.
Ottawa,   Canada,   l.tb   March,   1008.
TENDERS
Unci ions and single words that have
many meanings. Many examples of
both peculiarities ean be found lu the
Dialect Dictionary, an English publication, Every farmer's boy knows how
to use the words lamb, sheep, ewe and
rain, but bdw many of them would be
able to define 1he words tag, tup-hog.
teaser, tvp-seg, tup-yeld and sfs tooth,
each of which fixes the age or the s_e.\
of a sheep? For example, a tup-ho; I.
a young ram before the first shearing.
On the other hand, take tbe word
rack. As used by people in one part
of England or another It may mean a
neck of mutton, tbe bones of a dead
horse, a bU>w, a sharp pain, a kitchen
fireplace, part of a hand loom, a roach
in a river, n ford, a pathway a rut, a
gap in a hedge, n flying cloud, to pour off
liquor, to Btack. These are the unusual
meauings, and there are others more
(jommon.���-Youth's Companion.
The  Dime.
Thnt neat and lovable little coin, the
dime, has had a most useful history.
As far as we are aware, It Is unique
among the world's coins, having no
nearer equivalent than tbe English sixpence, wiiich is worth 2 cents more, It
Is one of the handiest of coins, being
about as small as a silver piece can
conveniently be. Being less in s'/.e and
weight than the nickel, which is worth
only half as .much. It is vastly more
convenient to keep and board, and that
Is one reason why it is becoming extraordinarily Bcarce In spite of the
fact that more dimes are now turned
out of the mints than ever before in
lhe country's history. There i.s a rage
for "dime banks," and some of rtiese
mechanical contrivances are so pretty,
po ingenious and so alluring that they
force people to save dimes who have
no earthly occasion to do so.���.Sew
York Mail.
(il) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
Qas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not. less
than eighty (SO) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him'the following leading
in the vicinity, such homesteader may namely    length* over   all
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned at Ottawa, In sealed envelopes
and marked on the- envelopes "Tender
for New Cruiser for British Columbia,"
will be received up to the
FIRST DAY OF MAY NEXT,
for the construction of a twin screw-
steel   cruiser for fisheries   protection
service in British Columbia waters, of
dimensions,
250   feet,
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed    to
: it    in*let-signed, and endorsed "Ten-
di     - ir alterations to the Post Offlos
Building, Victoria, B, C.,!' will be re
ceived at this office until Wednesday,   :-.}(���   signed   with   their   actual   signa-
SEALKD   TENDERS    addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tend r
for heating   Post   Office, Vancouver,:
IJ  C," will he received at this office
until Saturday, April 25, 1908, lnclu-j
slvely, for the construction of a heating system for the public building ati
Vancouver, 1). C.
Plans and specification ean be seen!
and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from W.
Henderson, Superintending architect,
Victoria, B- C and from Mr. Charles
Tosseli, Clerk of Works, Vancouver,
B. C.
Persons tendering are notified th
tenders will not be considered unli
made  on  the  printed  form supplli l,
The regular meetings ���r .~~'
..re held In o,..,,,. *>
bia street, every   ���
at 8 o'clock. ' '"":n**.
April 22, 1908, inclusively, for the co.;-
struction of the alterations to the Post
Office Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can be se;.:i
an !  tonus of tender obtained at this
Department and on application to W 1-   .,VorkSi equal l0 ten per cent (J0 p<l
Resident Archi-
tures.
Each tender must be accompanh d
���?v an accepted cheque on a charter. .1
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable   tbe    Minister   of   Public
<���)
perform his own residence duties by   breadth of beam moulded 32 Met and
living with the father (or mother).      depth from top of keel plate to top of
(I) The term "vicinity" in the two beams at side 17 feet, and to be de-
preceding paragraphs is defined as livered at Victoria, B. C.
meaning not more than nine miles in pians and specifications of this
a direct line, exclusive of the width steamer can be seen at the Depart-
of road allowances crossed in the meat of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa,
measurement. at ,he offices of the Collectors of Cus-
(_) A homesteader intending to toms at Toronto, Hamilton, Colling-
pertonn his residence duties in ac- wood, Midland, Vancouver and Syd-
cordance with the above while living |ney, N. fe., and at the agencies of the
With parents or on farming land own-1 Department of -Marine and Fisheries at
ed by himself must notify the agent j Montreal, Quebec, St. John, N. B.,
fur the district of such intention.        j Halifax,  N. S., and Charlottetown,  P.'
Six months' notice in writing must i E. [.
Ham Henderson, Ksq.,
teet, Victoria, B. C.
Persons  tendering are  notified   that
;��� ���; lers will not be considered unls3S
made on the printed form    supplied.
and  signed with  their actual    signatures.
Each  tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a charter 3d
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable    the    Minister    of    Publi,
W'orks, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of tlie tender, which
1 will be forfeited if the person tender-
��� ing decline to enter Into a contract
i when called upon to do so, or fail to
j complete the work contracted for. If j Newspapers will not he paid for this
I the tender be not accepted the cheque advertisement if they Insert it without
j will be returned. Authority from the Department
The Department does not bind itself
i to accept the lowest or any tender.       " '        ������
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited If the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or if he fall
lo complete the work contracted for.
If the tender le not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, March 12, 1908.
v o. u. w.~FRAcFt,~7r~    ���
-Meetings the first   h,ODvGENo.3
day    in    eac^;;,,;.;1'-:    -.
brethren conb
Lodge n,���m.  \   ,, 'attend
fellows' block, i '.CM*
���   reel
COURT BRUNETTE   ���_ ~���"~
-Meets lXe)ffihV* '.Q.F.
month  at 8  0',b��� - "> the
ball, Oddfellows' block 6tnaI;
this  Lodge:,,. ,
: Fourth Tui id. I
FRATERNAL   ORDER   0?^
Aerle No. 20
evening at S p.
hall.    Columb '
w* ''*���"*; "��� Scl
/HE   ROYAL TEMPLARS OF^T..
PER ance meel   e -    V��, TEM'
Bt   8   o'clock   ,,.   ���, Jjj^
hail, Columbia    reet Ws
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BE^EFn*"~I7 '
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE lite
CAMP, 191.-.M.,-: .���. \-LE
Third   Tuesday of eve     ,    ^
K- of P. hall.   ( :. "��_��
I.   O.   O.  F.-Royal   City  Leer,., No j
���Meets ln Oddfellows' Hall, c.,
umlia Street, every Fri . ev'ei ug
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome, i. .-*. Lawrence,
N. O.; C. E. Osborne, p. i: Kmi[
ing secretary.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE .
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B Sailed Rose Degree meets Beconil and
Fourth Wednesday of each inonth
in K. of P. Hall, f-oiumbla SI at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
t;:ne and place.
The  Great  Luke  Cltie��.
Chicugo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit
and Milwaukee, with 1'ninth and Superior thrown In at the bead of the
greatest lake and many thriving ports
on Lake Erie added, are a unique section of the urban life ef America
Their rate of growth Is tbe highest
maintained In any group of cities.
Their death rate 1b phenomenally low.
Their proportion of borne owners I..
extraordinary. Tbelr totals and gains
in savings bank deposits are almost
unparalleled. They are handsome cities
as a group, full of enterprise and activity, fairly eloquent with the spirit of
prosperity and progress. - Cleveland
Leader.
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
\Y.  W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unautnorlzea publication A
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, .March 19, 1908.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
; advertisement if they insert it without
The  same  plans and  specifications! authority from the Department.
can be procured  by application  from ; ���	
the Department of Marine and
Fisheries up to the First Day of May-
next and at the agency of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Victoria, B- C.
Each  tender must  oe accompanh !
ta-       ADVERTISE      "Ml
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEV/S
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pione��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and i'-V*. - :ts on alII their trains and
give i' i ., trons an excellence of
scrvi.-     |      , btairtable  elsewhere.
... .:   ROWE. General Agent.
! (34 Third St.. cer AHt  ^O'tUnd. Or.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodgi, :���     ���  y
F. and A. M; King So]
No. 17. A.  F.  and  A.  .M :   i,   0  L���
No. 1150; L. 0. L., No.
Sapperton, No. 4683, 1.0.1
!���'..    Court Westmin ���. r,   :-
Broth, rhood of ow.. \. t \   .���
PROFESSIONAL.
��7    NORMAN BOLE   K. c7~l \i:
"���   .   riste. and Solid        Chamh-j
ers,   Canadian    Bank   of   ! ��� j
'���'liiding.   New   .Yesniiin-*-      B, C
Getting Licked  For Principle.
Meeting a newsboy whose face war
���scarred with scratches aud looked like
a map of sonic great railroad center, a!
reporter asked the youngster what the'
matter was.   "Feller spoke disrespect
ful of my sister; said t.��*,i i,et she waa
cross eyed, and I sailed in."
"ls  your  sister  cross  eyed?"   asked
the reporter.
"Hain't  go!   no sister."  was  the   .,-.
ply.   "It was the prlncipl ' the tiling
what l gol  licked for.**-Phlladelphl_
North American,
Re lot 11 and the north half of lot 10,
block A, Government Office Gardens,
New Westminster City.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
Frederick John Hart, on the llth day
of May, 1908, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.C., April 8, 1908.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned.
(a) 17th January, 1887, New Westminster City to J- Wilson, conveyance
ln fee.
(b) 6th August, 1888, J. Wilson to
T. R, Mclnnes, conveyance in fee.
(o) llth November, 1890, T. R.
Mclnnes to Florence Blanchard Bole,
conveyance In fee.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Applicant.
Bank of Commerce Building.
r
Literal.
The new office boy was found Bitting
in his chair, with the telephone trans-
mitter In his lap.
"What In the world nre vou doing?"
asked the boss.
".*. fellow called up a little while
ago," replied the future head of the
Arm, "and told me to hold the phone
till he called again."-Llpplncott's
Magazine,
Trade'*   Sen.HI, ene����.
German goods go where BEtist
poods might, but do not. Hero Is n
caj-o. The Russian joiner, not being a
meat eater, has not much muscle and
���rannot use a heavy hammer. So he
buys and uses the German light ham
mer made for him. while he has n.
Use for the heavier one of I_ugli.il
make.���London Post
I	
To m*li,
"If I catch your dog eating any ol
ac:**- chickens I'll shool hi',:." snld tli*
old gentlom_nt_ who keeps it heuli'ou*.
ii-*-'; r'ly ti bis oelghbor,
"' don't care." said his neighbor. "!'
bt t .t'. one of your chicken* It wok'?
lie necessary for you to ah >o. .lu,"
Trains & Steamers
C i .It.   MAIN   LINE
Leave N'ew Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
i 15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster    10:25,
12:45, 16:80, 18:26, 19:85.
Overland express arrives 12:45,
leaves  16:16.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50. 6.50, 1
end 8 a. m., and every half hour there
after till V p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same heurs.
V, W. ft ?.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and . r. rn
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:,.0 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon 6 pm.
Leaye Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New'Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
The Road to Success
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
%  i���������.-. i ,,   i ���_. ..,_..������ - -      ���i ,,,.    ,
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News* and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
ADVERTISE  IN  TIIE DAILY NEWS
A   A HEALLER,    BARR
���*������   licltor, etc.,   42 ]
.opposite  Court House,  .\e-.,   ',.
ster.   Phone 143,
UIHITESIDE &  EDMONDS, Banl.
���   ters and solicitors, Blackie      |
Columbia street.   New    W'estmii
W. .1. Whiteside, 11. L. Edmonds,
MARTIN,  WEART &   .IcQUABIUE|
*"    Barrlstors, solicitors, etc. offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corn-.
, Cliirckson and Lome strets, Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street,
' Joseph .Martin", K. C, J. W. Weart, W.
: G. .McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
.Martin wil be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor. Gulchon block, Colum-
, t-ia and McKenzie streets. .New West.
minster, fi. C. 	
1 W. MYERS GRAY, Barr'"!*"*. Solicitor
and Notary Public, I** oractloe since
1891 at New Westml"*te'* BO. Offices removed to C"rtls Blocl*.. Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Westminster  l'i  ''
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin"
ster Hoard of Trade m< ��� I In tnL'
Board Room, City Hall, a   I     -':
Second Wednesday of 11 oh month
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, al 8 p. ia
Annual meetings on the bi iond
Wednesday of February, New
members may be proposed and
elected, at any monthly or Quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec
FIRE ALARM  BOXES
Ti���Asylum.
ti���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and '''enth.
S���Royal avenuo and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Pari* Row.
14���Columbia and Dtifferin
If)���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avonue and  Sl��ta
24��� _.___rd| avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avj-ue and Fourth.
(    20���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenuo and Tenth.
a"_���Agnes and Sixth.
,;t-.l��!i!.!;ii Machine Wo.1f&
I    85���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R.   Station. APRIL 27,   1908
THE DAILY NEW&
PAr.j? SEVTTV
d Building?
.���There is no time like the prese
u |, however, very questiona
DON'T PROCRASTINATE until
Of coarse you v/ill have to procu
bt th�� most desirable property
;od;pectlve purchasers BUT IN THE
lt i8 situated on FIRST 3TREE
,���. Fraser River and the Pitt Mounta
u._rlv every lot faces on a 66
wliere  r.fiJ' 'i
ne lot is t0�� slT,a" for your PurP��s
"i-.o of which are absurdedly low.
the prices
' is an old saying but more especially does this apply to budding operations at this moment.    LUMBER HAS   GONE   DOWN   to  a   very  astonishing
'    it will remain so much longer.    Labor is also much lower and more available than it was this time last year. .Make inquiries and convince your-
pnces go up again.
re a lot and this is where WE CAN BE OF ASSISTANCE TO   ,
'" the City of New Westminster.    WE   DO NOT MEAN AWAY  _     ���	
VERY HEART OF THE BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION OF THE CITY.
T  between   SECOND and  THIRD  AVENUES.    FACING ON  THE  BEAUTIFIED PORTION OF QUEEN'S PARK,   it commands a magnificient view of
uis.    Yau can also see all the LACROSSE MATCHES and other sports without going out of the house. .Be sure to look at these lots before buying else-
t street   and   has   a  lane    at   the rear-    Below is a plan of the property which you might cut out and take with  you when you go to pick out your lot.
es you can take two or three and have just as large a frontage as you want.    If you cannot aford to buy lots facing on the Park  look at the back  lots,
Remember:     WE ARE THE ONLY  FIRM IN THE CITY WHO CAN SELL THIS PROPERTY.
YOU.   We have been given the EXCLUSIVE SALE  of what is beyond the  least shadow
Y OUT IN THE SUBURBS where it is necessary to   use fancy names in  order to attract
PLAN OF PROPERTY
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EMORY      JT/fEET
INDEFEASIBLE TITLE given with a    very lot.    EASY TERMS CAN BE AR RANGED.
ALSO
,  .venue between Pine and Third   St..   House is seven roomed with modern improvements-
' . $1200.
W�� lots and a ^acin^Fou rtL .^ ^ ^ ^ ^^    prjce
DRINK BOI_-ED Ml't-K.
_a Doctor S;iy.  It   Will  Vacd irate  V-> t
Ac.'.insl   ( onttiiinptlon.
"'The idea of vaccination against ou
sumption Is not a new idea," said r.
physician. "And, furthermore, you
and l have uncQnselonsly many tl_ne_
perhaps vaeclndted ourselves against
this disease."
"1 have vaccinated myself agaiust
consumption? I must have done it in
niy sleep, then."
"Not at all.   Let me explain.
"Chauveau, Baumgarten, Grlsez, Retiring, <'aline*, i.e. Guerln and other eminent investigators have taught i:.* that
the germs of consumption���the bacilli,
the little living creatures tbat eat up
the lungs���do not enter our lungs
through the respiratory tract, but
through the Intestines���that Is to say,
we don't breathe in consumption
germs; ive eat them.
"In the region of the intestines, therefore, these men for some years conducted their vaccinations for consum***
tlon. They took calves, and they vaccinated these calves with milk containing dead bacilli. Afterward they
gave the calves milk containing live
bacilli, and, whereas this latter mi!U
caused deadly consumption in ordinary
calves, among those that had heen
vaccinated no evil effect whatever ensued.
"Among animals and perhaps among
men mill, containing dead consump
tlon germs makes a virus which, applied to the Intestines, f*. a sure cum
for consumption.
"Therefore, when you and 1 drink
our milk boiled (as we should always
do despite the oystery taste), we are,
If the milk happens to contain bacilli,
actually introducing into our Intestines
the virus that, among animals at least,
ls consumption's sure preventive.
"Moral.���Drink boiled milk only."-
St Louis Globe-Democrat.
I_nthn*ti_ani.
As you slide along past youth Into
middle age get a good grip on your
enthusiasms. Life looks black after
they are gone. It Is a good thing, too,
to renew your own life lu an intimate
Interest in tlie life of some young
friend. Few things are more helpful
or more beautiful than friendship between the- young and the old. They
have everything to give to each other.
What ls most pitiful In both���youth's
uncertainty and need of encouraging
sympathy, age's unfulflllments and
need of softening tenderness���ls soothed and neutralized by a sharing of Interests and affections.
Ducal  Morality.
One never hears of a duke golnj
wrong. Every one bearing any other
title in the peerage may be perhaps
subjected to the temptations of "the
world, the flesh and the devil," but a
duke never! Indeed, tbe old Scotsman's verdict that duke3 are "verra.
verra respectable people" seems one
tbout which there can be no rtoubt���
London Tatler.
Free.
"Johnny," queried the tea.tier of thy
Juvenile class, "what ls the difference
between electricity nnd lightning?"
"You don't have to pay nottiln' foi
lightnin'," nnswered Johnny.���Milwaukee Sentinel.
THE TRUE TEST.
UARRIE & CO. mjm
SOLE AGENTS FOR ALL ABOVE PROPERTY.
Mail Service
Dl.
Dispatched  by B. 0. ������������* railway
Co., 7:43 a. m.:
Vancouver,  So.  1.  dallyexceptSun-
rtavs.   Return mall received 10 am _
Dispatched by G.N.R- train. 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale     X;-^^^:
I1a.elme.t-,    Halls    Praine, .
cord. Blaine  and  Rattle  (all  P0i*j|
dally   except Sua-   In  Washington  andjoutn. ^  ^
���Patched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a- in.;
S'liims
in
close . a. m.
*j��M and Seattle, via Huntlngd
^Jfle N'o.   i,   my   PXPept Sua-   in'washlngton  and  south,    also ^
'��� Sapperton  No.  1,  dally  except j points  In eastern *^e3)'
**^*  Mails ROC���TOd at 6:85 p>m.  cept Sunday.   Return malls rece
at.   8.80   p.m.   Uonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tyneheld, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
' Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:ISO a. m.:
Vancouver  .No.  2:   Victoria. No   I;
! Central   Park,   da^y   except Sunday.
Return mall received at 3 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 o. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunaay
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 "0 noon:
Timberland, Strawterry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. .'.oat 1:30 p.m.
dally   (closes  dally at thn same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham    Island,    Port
Gulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. dally
except Sunday. Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Burnaby    lake.    Return    mall    ai
8 p.m.
Dispatched by O.N. F*yier. 4 n. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. tn.
It's easy enough to be cheerful and gay
When money and favors are coming youl
way,
When friends are as plenty as leaves on
the trees
And people who  meet  you  endeavor to
please.
When things run like that
You laugh and grow fat
And see In your bills little more than a
joke.
It's   harder,    you'll    find,    to    be   happ>
though broke.
When into your auto you jump for a ride
And over the roadway a runaway glide
And light at the corner to rest for a spell
In front of a place with refreshments to
sell.
Then any one could
Cheer up and be good.
It's   not ��� and    I   can   from   experience
speakf-
Bo nice when  you  walk and  have corns
on your feet.
It's easy to, say, "It's a Jolly old world,"
When snug In your home by the fireside
curled
You sit with a fragrant cigar ln your face
Allowing   your   fancies   tn   cloudland   to
chase
And bear on thetr wings
Good luck und such things,
But who could be buoyant without a red
cent
If pressed by  the landlord and baok or
the rent?
If you have a Job and a sweet little wife
It's easy to talk of the fullness of life.
To wonder why every one cannot agree
That living is quite what It's cracked up
to be.
If nothing goes wrong
You tear oft a song
And   wonder   how   any   one   living   can
croak.
It's   harder,   you'll   find,    to   be   happy
though broke.
��w.io*J
Desirable One.
"Jaquls Is dying to be an actor."
"What role
does he want to
play?"
"A roll of bills,
I guess." %.
Belt'* Gcaeroalty.
One of the many persona whom Al*
fred Belt, the diamond multimillionaire, had befriended repaid him with
ingratitude and abuse.   Latqr the Inflate tell on evil times. Though down
ia tbe gutter, he still had a little shame
left and would not aak Mr. Belt (or
help.    The   South African  diamond
magnate tent for one of the unlucky!
one's friends and said: "Go and see'
Bo-and-so.  Aak if he wants any help *
and give lt to him, but don't let hla
think It Is from me. I have had a difference with him, and perhaps It would
hlm."
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OlE DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY
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A Hardman.    A. James,   j. McClughan
HARDMAN. CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
Applications Wanted
Applications will he received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. m. of Thnrs-|
day, the 30th inst., for the'position of |
Poundkeeper.    Salary $65 per month'.I
Duties m commence on May ?, 1908-
W. A, DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City  HaH.  April 25, 1908.
R, MSBLES-&CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Filters, F.tc.;
Repairs of all kinds Riven special attention. Fewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone A 377
Front St. New Westminster
Hides Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on Delivery at
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster, B.C.
Croquet Sets
Lacrosse Sticks
Sporting Goods
Fishing Tackle
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
TOUR THROUGH SCOTLAND
AT
1
reys
COLUMBIA STREET
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor extractors
New Westminster hranch P. 0.
Bos 545.
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For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanfs Cure,
Egg Food,
Ttianolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
STEREOPTICON LECTURE TO PROVIDE MATERIAL FOR CHEAP
TRIP TO AULD REEKIE.
A stereoptlcon lectiirti, with seventy
beautiful view.., including many
oplored, illustrating scenes and events
in Edinboro, Scotland, will be pi ven
bv the lli'v. Charles Liafayetre Snow.
of Norwich, Connli in the Olivet Baptist church, under the auspices of ihoj
Baptist young Peopled Union of]
Christian Endeavor, tomorrow even-!
ing*.
Thi      lecturer,    who    has    recently
travelled in the British Isles, wiil per-/
sonally conduct a tour through ram-j
ous   Edinboro  and   environs,   includ- i
i
iuK the "City of Phantoms,    with its j
old historic and romantic scenes���thei
I execution   of   MontfSse,   "Join.   Knox I
thundering  from  the   pulpit    of    St.
Giles,"    a   Scene      In      Old     .Vhitehnrse
close, Jeanle Deans cottage, beautiful Effle Deans, etc.: also through the
N'ew Town, glittering like a sectl >n
of Paris, Including beautiful Prinzes'
street, the fainou.-- Scott monument, ||
the National art gallery, etc. A
panorama of scenes i1: the life or
Queen Mary, trom the convent and
the gay marriage scene to t-he s ai-
fold, wlll be shown. Among the
many other scenes Will he the r*oont_
where      llizzin     was     slain,      Rizzio's
death,  Grey  Knars church  yard    and
l
' the    Martyrs'   monument,    St.      Giles'
| cathedral, the great Forth bridge, thei
! Highland    kilts,   Lelth     docks,      New
I Haven  lish-wives,  a  scene  at   the lish
i market, etc.,  etc.
The   views are  shown   wiih  a clear
, i white   light,   and.   with   the   vivid   dc-
. j scriptions, almost equa]  a  real trip to
���Scotland's capital and   Queen  City.
v Wmmw'w
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' This is the time to
buy a
,   LAWN
MOWER
before the grass is
too long.
These machines are
BALL  BEARING
'Easy to run.
Women's,
Girls and
Boys Hosiery
It has been careful attention
to qualit ythat has enabled u��r
to build up our large trade in
the Hosiery Department N,>
unreliable line, of stockings
finds a place on our shelves as
we cannot afford to sell you
anything but ttra best. Year.
of ekperii nee has taught us just
what lines to buy. You benefit
by our experience when you
': uy here.
APRil
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring nn A 339.
CHEAP!
IIBMri!*-!',l*tW3SW^B_J5B
Daily the wise men call upon us and say: "What have
you got cheap?"* Now here is something we can recommend for a good subdividing proposition, and a barrel of
money can be made out of it:
1 6 O Acres
Only 3 miles from New Westminster at the absurdly low
figure of SSO per acre. Note the terms: One-
third cash; balance in 1 and 2 years, at 6 per cent.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
A special seven days' mission coni-
: menced at St. Peter's Roman Catho-
I lie cuthedral yesterday evening, when
, Rev.   Father  Lawrence,     of     Buffalo,
preached the first of a series of heak
interest   sermons,   a   large   congrega
Hon gathering to listen to the noted
speaker.    Kev- Father Fallon,  w'ho Is
, io  lead th.e  mission,  is   now    on his
way to t'liis city from .\'el_on and will
probably arrive this afternoon or tomorrow  morning.     Services  will  be
held daily as follows:     Mass at 5:30
a- in., mass with short instruction at
8 a.  m., sermon at 7: Jo p,  m.      The
subjects of the sermons will deal witn
; "The Great Truths of Religion," Sin,
I Denth and tne Judgment  being taken
; as the topics on succeeding evenings.
"The   Importance   of   Saving    One's
i Soul" will be one of the most Interesting sermons of the'  whole  series
���special  music will lie rendered by an
augmented   choir.     Outsiders  will be
espociallly welcomed by the members
Of   the   church,   no creed     distinction
being drawn.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B-   C.
Some Special Values
In These New Lines.
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Two    respectable    young'
ladies   to  accompany   gentlemen   to
Magic   Damp   Tuesday   evening.     P.
0.  Box 692.
BUSINESS CHANCES���I  'have  $1 1
to     invest     In     an     established]
business which wlll give me position of bookkeeper or salesman ati
reasonable salary.
Xi'w Westminster.
Address  Box 88,
WANTED���To buy new and second
hand furniture. Pianos and organs
iuned and repaired. Speck <�� Crandell, Front street, near tram office.
TO LET���-Newly furnished front bedroom willi balcony; close to Sixth
si reel,  ll^'H  ..guvs  street.
FOR KENT ��� Three unfurnished
rooms, connected. Corner Milton
and Ninth street.
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and Souvenirs at
JJ. MACKAY & CO.
,     BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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AUCTION SALE
���OF���
Household Effects
TO RENT���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply, Empire Tailor
shop.
WANTED���Two heavy teams by day
or contract. Apply Store, Westminster Junction.
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l WEDDING     PRESENTS
Have you examined our slock of CUT GLASS? We have now on
exhibition a line of the best quality Out. (Mass ever carried in I he city
We have also replenished our stock of SILVERWARE, as well as till
��� other lines,   A pleoe oAhe Pickard  Hand-Painted  China  will  make
��� a very acceptable gift.   We will be pleased to show you our goods.
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN  Tl" ��*"*�� f
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Under instructions from Mrs. 1-1 R.
Webber, 1 will sell by public auction
on the premises at the corner of
Agnes and Sixth streets, on
Tuesday Evening, April 28th
at 7 o'clock,  the whole of 'her large
supply of household furniture and effects, consisting of In part as follows:
Dining    room���One  large  oak dining  table,   sideboard,    dining  chairs,
I arm chair, rockers, centre table, pictures   (scenic),   lace  curtains   and   a
I heater.
One   velvet   covered   walnut   parlor
j set.
Eight bedroom sets, consisting of
:i. walnut bedstead, Spring and mattress, centre tables, washstands, dres.
sers, blankets, (juilts pillows, *fir\ieta,] phpAf
lace curtains, toilet sets, and coal
heaters.
One iron  bedstead, kitchen tables,
! cooking utensils, etc.    All  are  in excellent   condition,
Terms���For stuns of $25 and under
cash;     over   thai   amount   negotiable
, lien notes at three months and' s per
I eetit   interest.
W. J.  KERR, Auctioneer.
HATS retrimmed at 1S7 Auckland
street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. Keep full supply of trimmings.
TJ-.AR.M HANDS, SAW .MILL HELP,
���*��� skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Faclflc Employment Agency, GOG Cordova west, Vancouver, B. C. Phone
3329.
Girls'  Embroidered  Cashmere Hose���All sizes in a varl
terns;   extra  quality;   per pair 50c, 60c and 65c
Children's Colored Cashmere Hose���lu sizes  I to 7 Inches; colors
cardinal,  brown,  pink,  sky, black and .ivam; per pair 25c to 40c
Missis' Open Work Cotton Hcse-Jn all sizes, black, tan an.l white;
per pair   25c  and 35c
Children's   Embroidered   Socks���Black only; size. 1 to <'���'������ Inches*
1
per pan*  '. 35c
Children's Plain Socks���In s.ior: an ! thTee-quarter lengths; ia
every size from -I to 7 inches; cotton Oj* cashmere and shown n
tan, cream, black and cardinal;  per pair   15c to 30c
Boys'  Ribbed Cotton  Hose���In line and heavy ribs;    two
lines of extra qualify are known ....  ''HeMiles"  and  "Prlnc
all sizes; per pair    25c to 35c
Ladies' Embroidered and  La_e Cotton  and  Lisle Hose --la   > zen
of styles; all colors, such as pink,  sky, brown, cardinal,  gn     champagne. Heliotrope, yellow, Nile and black  and  white;  the rang    of
qualities is exceptional; per pair 35c to $1.25
Ladies' Silk Hose���In plain    lack,    cream    and    white Ir
$"1.25  to $1.75
Boys' and Girls Sweaters
and Jerseys
Plain colors, white and fiancy ct4<jraj iu nice fine qualith
coarse ribbed;  all sizes and man\ styles to s'elect from.   V u
them in the ready-ato-wear department-
Ladies' Moirette Underskirts
$1.00 Each.
In black, cardinal, navy and brown: made of good quality
moirette;  well made; full size; ,-peeial price, each  S1-03
W.S.Coll_sterSCo
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
A%e LONG DISTANCE
w
science, mathematics
ANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
ijects, classics,
Rox 487. city.
TENDERS
TELEPHONE Puts
TENDERS will be received until
.May I by the British Columbia Tele-
Company, Vancouver, for the
supplying of I WO barked cedar poles,
30 feel long and not less than ten
Inches In (Ijiiineler at top end, to be.
delivered at. the stakes along the wagon road between Westminster and
Mission.
Tenders may be for the whole dis-
tance or sections.
GEORGE H.  HALSE,
Secretary-Treasurer.
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Electric Railway Service f
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���
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
fct.itions will run every half-
hour from 5:BD a. m. I.a.-I
ear leaves at 11 p. m.
.l-n.-t car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
'Cat- Mave the depot every
twenty nii'jiue.- for both Sap-
i'Hon and city limits over tho
Cits line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram J
office on the hour, twenty minutes after aud forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. tn.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after tho hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:1,0
a.  m.
Sunday Bcrvicr   haJ.-nourly he-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
eor $1,000
(Sec. 2���2.)
You can secure a new, fully modern house,
and a lot 41x132, on
Queen's Avenue
Part of the balance on monthly payments.
Full particulars at our office.
L.r.tish Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,L*d
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F. J. HART I
LIMIT.���
New   Westminster,'   Vancouver    and    Chiiliwack,   B.
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