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 (White, awies & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
|N��W WESTMINSTER, B. C
I li.
Legislative?*
>>N Shiles & Co
S^CTQp^    B.^Z
MAR Si 1908     " ���**������ ESTATE
Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   MONDAY MORNING, .MARCH 30, 190!..
TEN CENTS PER WEEK.
SHIPWRECKED SAILORS
HAVE AWf IMJXPERIENCI:
igurvivors of Coal Carrier
Eclipse Tell Heartrending
Tale of Fearful Sufferings.
San Francisco
March   29.���8-_lp-
Ked In mid-ocean, escaped nar-
%��in a small open boat and tossed
7 seventeen days on  the open  sea
either
luod or fresh water be-
REGISTER TODAY.
If you have not registered
your nam.- on the voters' list,
do it today at the office of S. A.
Fletcher, in the assessor's office at the court house. /If yon
have been one month in the.
city and six months in the province you are entitled to place
yonr name on the list.
I lor
m land "as sighted, is the barrow-
1 experience of First Mate   J. Cam-
"Jon of the ill-fated coal ship Eclipse,
-yc. foundered and  went down 800
spiles oK Honolulu on January 11. To-
|ge'ti.w With A. Hansen, shin's curpen-
]ie!  iv.o were on  the   Eclipse  when
,lie' ,,.,, v.. eked,  Cameron  returned
Ijdtlii-cit) on board the bark George
Cftus, from Honolulu.
���-,,<.. wen   in the middle of the ss.i
jaj tossing about  In   a   high    storm
��_.��� the  ship  split   In   twain   under
m .,.. i el  .md we had all we could I
jo tu man a single boat and jump lu.}
pjfteenol  .- succeeded in getting into!
;:,,.  oat before the Eclipse sank and i
UQUOR   MEN   ADOPT   A
REAL   CHAUTAUQUA   PLAN
Ch'cago, March 2!i/���The liquor I i-
terests of Illinois hav* adopted a
genuine Chautauqua plan to combat
the sudden uprising of prohibition th-.t
threatens to make considerable "dry"
territory on April 7, election day. Two
thousand Illinois cities, towns, villages
and townships will vote on the "wet
or dry" question on that day.
The only difference between tho
liquor men's Chautauqua Bcheme an I
the ordinary kind is that its forty
lecturers are restricted as to their
subjects of address to the anti-prohibition topic.
Iliee were, sucked under Un a whirlpool thai   i     ���" ��� tire sinking of the
vessel,
.finally death eased  the  pain    af
;;.;,.       ..  M    WllO    bad    gOUO    l'avillg    m.ld
[rom thirst, and it was on the fourth
day nut befoie we sighted a four-
Bj-ted ship. We tied our shirts vo
an oar and waved frantically, but ln
vain. Some of the poor devils tried
:o(!) imi across the seas to the ship,
.;��� ... wag several miles away and
���iicy wen   too weak to talk.
'four of the men went mad and'we
Bought we would all jump into the
sea when we sighted land- We had
teen wetting our shirts with sea water
to lacp tin- hot sun from burning our
lacks and with the hope that It would
llevlate our terrible thirst.    Some of
I lhe men .bank the water, but it mad';
them crazy.
"Wi-lauded on the island of Maui,
ltl-1 reventi. n .lays after the ship had
gone down and were cared for there
and sent to Honolulu. I never want
lo go to sea again."
Ice to Advance Sixty Per Cent
N'ew Vork, March 29.���Wholesale
and retail ice (balers have been given
a seemingly authentic Intimation that
the price of ice is to be advanced 60
percent, on Wednesday next. When
asked after the meeting of the Amerl-
can tee Company's directors yesterd iy
if the report was true, Wesl y .\1. Oler,
president of the company, refused to
confirm or deny it. The rumors tin:
the advance will be made seems to be
generally credited among the dealers.
Get on the voters' list-
Get on the voters' list.
FOUR lACROSSE TEAMS
W THE SENIOR LEAGUE
i i
Victoria Decides to Place Team of Stickhandlers in the
Field.   Schedule of Season's Games Drawn Up.
Numbers Remain on Sweaters.   Score
Boards Promised.
CANADIAN TRADE 16
SOUGHT BY GERMANY
Montreal, March ib���A London so?-
<p cable says that a movemeit
amo.R German business men toward
reciprocity with Canada is Indicatad
"j the 1907 report of the Dusseldoif
ojjamber of commerce. The preferential arrangements in tire tariffs of
panada, Australia and New Zealand,
"WW" evidence, of the changed feelings
"I the English electorate In favor of
Chamberlalnism and Imperial reciprocity, make it m0Bt urgently necessary
[a place German commercial and
Political relations with the British empire on a fresh basis, or at least, to
Prepare a waj  for altered relations-
��ave Grossman Going Away.
"nvid Grossman, the proprietor of
' " Westminster Clothing company.
"��� decided to retire tVim buslines.
' beln8 hlB Intention In the near fit-
""' ,r> f-M>..v.. t��, lils old home, Cleve.
I;"H. Ohio,
Durll-8 the nexl  few weeks he In-
0|i;.8tO8e1' oui the eptlre stock now
"" l"'"'ulse��� ���, hl8 a,ore ,ncUldln-
"ls ** well us nil clothing, boots
;;;" J��". etc, Th,. entire slock wm
">�� 01 �� sacrifice.    No reasonable
goo,,.       '"' l'e,ull*<5  for any of the
Mendelssohn Club.
The third monthly recital giwn b>
tae piano pupils ot the Misses Thompson was held at the studio, corner of
Third avenue and Pine street, Saturday afternoon, when twenty-five students gathered sharp on time. Miss
Mitchell, of Sapperton, opened wiih
Mendelssohn's "Hunting Song," played
in really excellent style, and the following program in part I, was continued: Duet, Maudie Bent and teacher; solo, "Mermaid's Song," from t.h ���
opera "Oberon" (C. Von Weber i,
Maudie Bent; duet, op. 208, So. 1 (J,
Schm.tt), Klngsley Hart and teache-;
solo, "Moonlight. Dance," Amy Gilchrist; solo, __tude from Streabbag,
Mary Dean.
Before Part II. was commenced the
members present had their second
drill in fancy marching, much improvement being noticed In their
marching time.
Part II was then given, as follow.:
PadetWSkl's "Meunet," by Miss Mitchell; Hondo," Klngsley Hart; VaJs.,
by Streabbag, Kthel Toskey; "Son.;
Witnont Words," by Ascher Elm^r
Cameron; "The Harebell," by Smalt-
wood, Miss K. Furness; "Dorothy," by
Seymour Smith, Miss .lean Gilchrist;
duet,    Edith    and    Willie    Burde.tt...
"Schwabjsohe Volksjled," Eva Praser;
Etude, Miss Moore.
During the program a short skctch
of Beethoven was read by Miss Edith
Thompson a* It ls (he Intention of tho
club to learn something of tbe great
composer at each meeting.
The numbers played hy MIsr Mitchell nnd Miss .Tenn (lllchrlst were exceptionally pleasing, nnd showed mucu
native ability coupled with a correct
technique. Much improvement In tha
touch of thv younger members was
noticed even since the Inst club meeting.
Assembled In a session wiiich lasted tor over eight hours at Victoria on
Saturday, the executive of the B. C.
Amateur Lacrosse association finally
and Irrevocably shelved the proposition thai professionalism be introduced in lacrosse in Ii. C. this season,
going unanimously on record as being
strongly in favor of amateur sport.
This decision finally puts the la-si
crimp into tlie Con Jones proposition,
and apparently decides the fate of
half a dozen Vancouver players who
have openly announced that with them
this year it was a case of "pay or no
play."
Next  Meeting   Here.
Xew   Westminster   was  selected  as
the place of the next annual meeting,
which will take placet on the last Saturday In March of next year.
Officers of B. C A. L   A
Honorary president���Hou R. Me-
Bride.
President���C. W. Murray.
first vice-president���A. \V. Gray.
Second vice-president��� B. F. ���Armstrong.
Third vice-president���Foster Me-
G a rn.
Secretary-treasurer���Fred ,1. Lynch.
Council���C. A. Welsh, Fred J-
Lynch, L, Yorke, 13- F. Armstrong, Ed.
Carter, .1. Martin, \V. Lorimer, C. G-
Peele.
Official Referees.
Westminster���A. W. Gray, R. H.
Cheyne, F. J. Lync'n, W. Gifford.
Vancouver���L. Yorke, M. J. Barr,*-.-
(iaivey, E. Martinson. f
Maple Leaf���R. Ravey, Stan Morrison, Ed. Carter, F. Murray.
Victoria���W. H- Cullin, Stan Peele,
It. Dewar, W. .1. I_orimer.
The first, games of the season will
be played on Victoria Day, May 24,
when the Westminsters will meet thc
Maple Leafs in this city, while tne
Vancouvers will meet the Victorias nt
the Capital City. Tbe full schedule
of games Is printed .below.
Four Teams This Year.
Victoria has entered the senior
league this year, having apparently
decided at the last moment that
there was material in that city from
wiiich a team with a fair chance of
making a good showing could be
selected. The. Capital City boys do
not expect to land the championship
or capture any of the [lewterware this
season, bul they believe that they can
at least beat one of the Vancouver
teams. For several years Victoria
had been handicapped nn account of
having no grounds close In where
games and practices could be held,
bnt this drawback has this year been
Overcome by the club leasing a piece
of suitable property only four ibiocks
���������������������������������������������������
��� YOUR   LAST  CHANCE. ���
��� This is the last day on which ���
��� you can register your name on ���
��� the voters' list.   Tomorrow will ���
*��� be too late and you will be de- ���
��� deprived of the rightof exereis- ���
��� ing your   franchise  should   an ���
��� .lection occur within the next ���
��� six    months.    S.   A.    Fletcher, ���
��� registrar, will  be at his office ���
��� tonight. *
who voted for the elimination of the
numbers did so because they had been
instructed by their clubs, and hot on
account of personal sympathy with
the suggestion. The retaining of the
numbers on the sweaters of the players will be pleasing news to the followers of the sport who are not sufficiently acquainted ��� with the 'men on
the liefl to identify them without this
.id.
Score Boards at Every Game.
The only argument ever advanced
iigainst numbers which had anv
we ght at all wag lhat spectators haa
not in the past been supplied wi.u
programs bearing the names of players and corresponding numbers. This
year a novelty will foe Introduced
which wiil fill a long felt want. Large |
Bcore boards will be erected on the
lacrosse grounds, similar to the score
boards used in baseball games. On
the will be painted the numbers 1 ,o
1_. opposite being the name of th3
man playing in that particular position. The players' names will be
painted on small metal slides, which
Will be removed from the board when
a ; layer is penalized five .minutes or
more, this indicating that he Is temporarily out of the game. Opposite the
names on the board will e a score
column, in which will be recorded a;l
goals scored by individual players.
The Money Comes Back.
The fampus one hundred dollar de-
lKisit that has caused a considerable
amount of talk for the past several
months is again in possession of the
Westminster club, a check for this
amount having iieen handed Secretary
l-vnch by Matt%arr during the meeting on Saturday. This $100 is the forfeit money posted at the beginning
of the season by the Westminster
team as a guarantee that all schedule
games would be pla>ed. in July a protested game with the Vancouvers was
to be played off at Queen's park, but
the. Term nal City men declined In
come over, alleging that they had no
dates open. Westminster did not decline to play the game, but as one
match fell through, this was considered sufficient grounds to retain as
long as possible the hard cash post.d
by the club early in the season. Judging by. the check received, the money
had been idle all these months, as it
has not drawn any interest.
Double  Referee  System
In spite of the opposition of the
Westminster delegates, the double
referee system wlU again be in vog.ie
this yeur, a majority of the members
having voted in favor of the scheme
recently tried out and found to be
only partially successful. The duties
of each official were clearly defined,
each being exactly what the title Implies, the referee being in complete
control of the field and players, while
the Judge of play  wlll decide   whir
WARD FUND DONATIONS
ARE COMING FROM AFAR
Bank Account Is Swelled by Coin Received from California and Kim-
. loops���Handkerchief Party.
EXPLOSION HURRIES
TWENTY MEN TO DEATH
Rescue Party Entombed and
Killed in Wyoming Coal
Mine���Populace Frantic.
Get
<"��� the voters' list.
Put your name on tbe Hat.
jj''      " ���'"*mw4wmmmmi.fc^iwi^^
a
This Is My 50th Birthday"
N
De Wolf Hopper.
"" N��n Hoppej'. the well known comic opera star, was born 'n
e* York City
.March 80, 1869   the son of a prominent lawyer. -QUI)3
r.|],|"' lsi,|f was Intended for the law, but thi at_ of his totSwr
,.''"'"' ;| 'luinge In these plans for the young man, ul the age of 2C,
hlmse" a member of a strolling theatrical troupe. The rising
1111 ��00red his first lUOCOBfl lu Ihe American version of tlie Ger
coinedl
'"mi ,.,������
CO)
dent
'' "l"'1'". "The Hlnck Hussar.
WtttB In "Boccaccio,"
He followed this With ()Ul"
,,���.,��� .--   .-...a,.,,-.,,," "FuUnlUn."  "Clover, NM  PeijM'  Sin-
Hon I "'''" :""' " w,,s ,ml ,on"; before his career ns a Stellar ntli""'-
h >����ran. "Wanr was hla next attempt on his own _u.co.int, nnd
tt8a����� "i.pvnra,,,,. i��� it was n���de May 4, 1891, at the Broadway
hla   e'  Hifl success in this piece established his reputation,   Amonrj
(.,, .,';',. RH��ceuea have been "Dr.   Syntax, l"uo Charlatan,"    "i:I
"'m'    "Pickwick,"   mid    Happylnnd."     .
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from the business district of the city. 8hall  ponsntute a   foul,  shall    sound
The fact thnt for the past,few years the pl|1?nal for bnn (>ut of bounds, mil
lacrosse games had to be held In   a generally derate his whol^ auction t'
imrk five miles distant from the city, the play.   Th* referee shall In every
nnd which could only be reached by a instance have the whole, supply   f.f
tedious    and     uncomfortable    tram penalty  checks   and  shall  distribute
Journey, did a great deal towards kill-1 ttm Haim> t0 ofr.n<1tnR players,
Ing Iho Interest taken ln lacrosse "T��
The good work of Collecting money
for the furnishing of a children's
ward in the Hoyal Columbian hospital
bontlnue. with undiminished vigor.
the amount to the credit of the fund
al the Bank of Montreal having now
reached J-HU.aO- It is estimated tha:
the total amount required to carry oui
they plans of the May Queen and ii-i'
supporters, with whose suggestion tile
movement originated, will be $1200, so
thai there still remains .room for a
givat deal of support on the part of
tiie citizens. The girls are canvassing hard and by means of bazaars and
novelty teas are daily increasing the
amount. The reign of the May Queen,
which the movement Is to commeniu-
rate, has but one more month to run,
and in that time close on |800 in cash
or kind must be raised.
At a regular fortnightly meeting
held on Saturday afternoon at the
home of Miss Lena Nelson, Sappertoa,
the amount of {86.40 was added lo
the previous sum collected, each of
the members reporting their success
during the time since the previo.is
meeting.
On Easter Saturday, April 18, it was
decided to hold a handkerchief, bazaar
at which the girls will sell candies
ami fancy work, refreshments also
being served, the proceeds to be devoted  to  the   fund. *
The secretary, Miss Daisy Dawe, r.j-
ported that with the president, Miss
Beatrice Sayer, she had gone to Vancouver on Thursday last to meet a
number of ex-May Qutens. They hid
been heartily welcomed and were assured of their best support. On
Thursday of this week they wlll again
go. to Vancouver and devise plans for
the helping along of the work. Tho
secretary also reiwrted the receipt of
five dollars from K- W. Calhoun, of
Kamloops, which was credited to the
fund at Ihe bank, and a donation
from an ex-May Queen, Mrs. Brown
(me Miss Morey), now residing in
Berkeley, California. Miss Morey was
May Queen tn 1872, the third to hold
thai position of honor.
The next meeting of the society will
be held next Saturday, April 4, at the
home of Miss Vera Kenny, at 2:30 p.
m., the Invitation of that young lady
being accepted by the meeting. Those
present at the meeting were: Mr*.
Welsh, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Annie Tidy
I May Queen), Miss Beatrice Sayev,
Miss Daisy Dawe, Misses Lena Nelson, Grace Walnisley, Loroe Vnndor-
hlll, Pearl Atkins. Margaret Bacchus,
Mabel Purvis, Alma Griffith, Gertrude
Rogers, Helen Walker and Ver*
Kenny.
Hanua, Wyo., March 28.���The lives
of twenty men were sacrificed this af-
ttruoon when an explosion of gas aud
dust at _::'.u o'clock in the No. 1 mine
of the Union Pacific Coal company
completely wrecked the workings,
shattered the tipples and outside
buildings, rocked dwellings and business houses in town.
While a rescue party of fifty miners
were taking out the bodies of Robert
Warburton, James Knox, Joseph Durum and Peter Munson at 10:80 tonight, a second explosion in the easi
shaft of mine .No. 1 completely buried
the  rescuers.    All  are dead.
If they survived tlie explosion they
were killed by after-damp. They cannot v reached- The confusion s
terrific. The men who are asked to
go into the mine are panic stricken,
fhe state mine inspector w.as caught
in the second explosion. Superintendent Bright was killed in the first explosion, foreman Dodds was also
killedi
But for ihe fact that this was an
idle day at the mine the loss 6f life
in the first explosion-would have been
much greater.  ���
After the mine let go the seco.id
time the entire populace, frantic with
excitement, rushed into the streets
and advanced upon the mine. Their
worst fears were realized for they
were met by men running away from
the mine shouting, "She has gone
again boys, and got fifty this time."
The approaches to the mines and
buildings have been roped off and
guards are holding the crowds back,
as to permit the grief-stricken pwople
lo approach the shattered working*
would only interfere with the oper.-
thyi of the now thoroughly excited rescuers who are arriving on every {rain,
and who are being rushed to the workings.
Plre started in the colliery lapt Sun- '
day, since which time regular attempt*,
have been-made to extinguish It. Today it was deemed unsafe to send tbe
miners down Into the levels and they
were laid off. Superintendent Bright,
with a team of picked men, the best
and most experienced hands in the
camp, went into the mine early thla
morning to fight the fire- At 2 o'clock
.this afternoon the flames got beyond
their control, and at :i o'clock communicated with the walled off ga�� anj
a terrific explosion followed. The vte-
tinis are all below the tenth level ami
all hope of getting them ont alive has
been abandoned, and it may be many
weeks before their bodies are recovered.
lt is more than likely that the
flames have consumed tho corpses ere
this.
It was in this mine that 169 mlneis
lost their lives on June .10, 1903, hy a
similar explosion.
The men who lost their lives tn'e
afternoon were all married and leave
large families. The widows and children called loudly to the relief workera
to rescue their loved ones. Relief
parties came Into Hnnna from Cumberland, Rock Springs, Almy and other
nearby towns to assist In the work
of rescue.
the Capital City, but with the presert
central location the promoters of the
revived club expect to I* able to male' ^ feeVap��rt    Instead "of    six
a  fair  showing  before the season  i��
Seme Changes.
The goal crease will  be enlarged
this season, while goal posts will 1 <���
Regiater today.
over.
Numbers on Sweaters.
Niim'ers will again be worn >y
players this season, a proposition to
do away with this system of Identification being defeated by the narrow
margin of one   vote.    The   delegates
___________________________________      ___
formerly.
The thnnks of the R. A. & I. socle.V
were tendered the different clubs by
C. A. Welsh, who commented Upon the
jfreat assistance the lacrosse teams
had bten last year In drawing thou-
(Contlntied on Page Fight.)
��� TO l,ATE TOMORROW.
Tonight there will be a rush
of laggards to get their names
on the voters' list and iinsny
will be too late. You have all
day In which to visit the registry office and claim your franchise, '(.let busy now. This Is
your Inst chance.
��� | ���
__' *
GET BUSY TODAY. ���
British Premier No Better.
j    I_ondon,    March    29:���The   Brltlsi.
'premier, Sir Henry Cumpbell-Bunuer-
i man Is no .better.   The bulletins from
his bedside Indicate thnt he is not improving and with his continued fallive
| to rally, the public nnxloty Is growing
more Intense and Ihe worst is feared.
j He shows no disposition to respond t<
j treatments    which    physicians    con-
' alder a bad symptom In his weakened
I condition.
To vote on the Issues before.
the electorate Is the duty of
every qualified citizen, and the
right of every man who has
been ln the province for- six
months and lnvlhc constituency
one month. This Is the last day
for registration.   Do It now.
Sleep Record Broken.
Los -U-Bf.es, MATch ZO.��� MrB. Do'i-
lah Hawkins has surpassed all records
for long sleeps In this state, according to the authorities at the county
hosplt.nl here. Today wns the fifty-
second day of the aged woman's sleep,
A score of attempts mode to awaken
her have been wfthout success.
Put you* name en the Met.
EDITOR AND MANAGER
ACQUITTED OF LIBEL
S|n Francisco, March 29.���The Ju.y
in the trial of R. A. Crethen. an J
Fremont Older, proprietor and managing editor respectively of the 8m
Francisco Bulletin, charged with criminally libelling WHtiam S. Tevlir,
brought in a verdict lust night of n tt
guilty.
The alleged libelous article ww
published in May, 1907, und repeat id
In January, 1908, thut Tevls had entered Into n ' corrupt bargain with
Abraham Kuof, by which the Inttjr
was to receive |1,QOO,000 to get the
city to purchase the liny Cities w.atir
project us a municipal supply.
C-ar Loses Hie 8u>t
Winnipeg, March 28.���The case o?
the Czar of Russia against S. J. Lud-
kof.ky, charged with embezzling $200 -
000 while occupying an official portion In Turkestan, was dismissed iky
the court today. The Judgment wja
thnt the court had no Jurisdiction to
try the case.
*;.
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COLLEGE ATHLETES
PREPARE FOR MEET
Event Will Be Confined to
Tests Between McGill and
Columbian-Twelve Events
USE ONLY THE BEST
PERFUMED
LYE
Is tne standard article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For making eosp. softening water,
remoTlng old paint, disinfecting
sinks, closets, drains and for
many other purposes. A can
���qusls 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLO  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT ffiK?K
TORONTO.ONT.
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The par:. - spring 1
meet, which has ei    ��� the toin__
of U_e meml sol thi Ool tmblan College Athletic association since the beginning of the winter term, have een
completed The event will be much
smaller in its scope than was at first
intended, onlj Mc(_"-f_ university o!
Vancouver competing with the loca:
school. The meet will be held on
April ll, and a trial meet, at which
the college team will be selected, wi'l
be held a week before, on Saturday.
Permission to use the grounds it
Queen's park for both the trial an I
the main meet and also for practicing
pnrpoaee has >������:. secured. The list
of events has been made out, ind
twelve events are arranged for: A l";i
yard, :. ��20 yard, a 410 yard, a halt
mil.-, and a mile running race; a
hurdle race; a relay race; a running
broad jump; a running high jum; ;
���pole vaulting: shot putting, and .;
bop-step-and-jump.
The meet has    evolved   itself   in--.
quite a different  thing from whal    it
was originally    intended   to be.    In-
.stiai   of  being  a   provincial  come-;
with entries from four or five coKege-,!
it Is now being held merely as a pre-!
parafcory meet to a hotly contt.-ted one
between   Columbian  college  and   -M'-'
Gill  next autumn,  which will  be the
first of what will be thereafter an aa-1
nnaJ event between the two schools. A
meeting has been called for the even-   na IAL
ing of April 11, after the coming trark ; [vlO.__tr6<U,   V^lieDCC,
meet, of    representatives    from    the!
schools to make general arrangements!
for iiis toi of these yearly meets.      | And B��� the f ..jncipal busine5_ cenfea o{
Being as this meet a fortnight hence' ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MARI
is only a preliminary matter, na prizes ' TIME PROVINCES
will be given, but the school  whose.) Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
Vina  the  largest    number    of  PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
The Arrow Press
for 	
JOB
PRINTING
Windsor Blcck. Front Street.
MRS.   E.   M.  DOMINY.  Prop
������rs>'����:��">���o;>��������;
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF WESTMINSTER. HOLDEN  AT  NEW
WESTMINSTER.
between  Xap<      Q  Authler'   (Judg-
' i.;ent   creditor),   plaintiff,   and   R-   II.
Bolee (judgment   iebtor), defendant.
Pursuant to        order of his honor
,'.   Hi way,  ��� ountj     court    ju Ige,
;.;. le : ��� thi    13th day of M it ���:..
'..-.: d   Wednesday,   the    8th
c'ay of Apn;. 1503, at the hour of*   11
'('clock in ���      forenoon, at my office,
��� court hou. ���. N< w Westminster, B. C,
I offer for sale by public auction.'ail the
: ght, title ind interest of the above
j named defendant. R. H. Sole.-. In the
southeast quarter of the southeast
; quarter of section sixteen (16), town-
; ship sixteen (16), Xew Westminster
' dstrict,   containing  forty  acres  more
��� or less, to satisfy a judgment obtained
' by the above named plaintiff against
the above named defendant, dated first
of March. 1906, for |393.8_ and the
cost of these proceedings.
The above named lands are subject
' t-i a timber agreement dated the 29th
lay of  .March.  1904,  made  by R. H.
Seles in favor of Alexander Johnston
1 and   registered  the Sth day of June,
1905, and the above judgment filed the
��J. 13th of March, 1906-
!���!      This property has a one and a half
j��;   slorey dwelling -and outhouses erected
jg   thereon and two a^res planted in fruit
���J  ti ees.
j*! ���     Terms of Gale, Cash.
|J;      Dated the 24th day of March. 1908.
T. J. ARMSTRONG.
Sheriff County of Westminster.
7 St. preferred stock
- OF THE
British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltlsh Columbia Toast  Una
8er vice.
Portland, Boston,
the honor o: "win-
The conduct cf the
was put into th.
capable committees j
team
points will have
ning the meet.'' '
meet next week
hands of sever..!
by the C. C Athletic association at
their last meeting and things hay.
now progressed to such a stage of
completion that no hitch in th ��� , i -.-
ceedings i.s possible. The rigorous
training that the aspirants for post*
tions on the Westminster school team
{ire now going through under the -.. I
supervision of the committee appointed for that purpose leaves bo doubt
but that the Columbian colors will v.
carried with honor down the entire
series of events; besides, with the
added facilities, which fhe new gym.
n_uium affords, are so much
than those of any other school in the
province that the advantage for winning lies greatly in favor of the college.
Lacrosse has found more partlza ia
at the college this season thaa ever
before and U is altogether probably a
team will be organized. There has
been some prac::.e every day late'y
-nd naleae coaster attracttons assume
larger proportion* than at present !s
expected, the college will be open to
receive challenges, for exhibition
-latches of Caaa/ia's natioDa! game as
���ooe as tbe season opens.
For Time Tables, etc., ad3res_
GEO.  W.  VAjX.
Assistant Oen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 13S Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Trains & Steamers
C PR.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave N'ew Westminster 8:35. 11:35,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster    10:25.
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12
;eaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle * p.m.
Lv. N. V,'. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10'p.m.
i>.m.
V.. W. ft Y���VANCOUVER
bett .n Uf* N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.    '
j Lt. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
O. N. R.���PORT GT.ICHrvN.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m,
I arrive Guichon 6 p-m.
Leave Guichon 6 a m, arrive New
N'ew Westminster 9:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westa-tester 6.50. $.50, 1
ind 8 a. m.. nnd every half hoar thereafter till V n. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster nt
iame heure-
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.    '<*
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S- Princess May.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
y i tary 22, March 4, 14 and 21 and
April 4.
VAU-BOUVER-VICTORlA ROUTE.
S S-   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrlyea at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver S a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m- daily ex
cept Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
::i. ii illy except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday; arin.es Victoria * a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST  COAST JOUTE.
SS  Tees (
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
W   of each month for Clayoquot, Mosqul-
i to Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month  for Quatslno and  way  ports;
; 20th of each month for -Vhcsset, Quat-
j si_/>, Cape Scott and way pert*
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
���Leaves Vancouver J:30  p-m- dally,
I except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaws   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
1 a. m.
. UP RIVER.
anconref
F NE
Owners  of the Townsite of     PORT MELLON,     Howe Sound,     25 miles from V
HEAD  OFFICE.  313  CORDOVA   STREET, VANCOUVER,  E. C-
We recently offeied for subscription the first  100,000 Preference shores of thi.. . ,
of 100, at $1-00 per share, each 100 shares entitled I > a bonus of 25 shares of    Pre!
first Issue was immediately taken  up  by the   sale   and   guarantee 1   option.
WE   NOW   OPFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION
The second issue of 100,00.0 Preference Shares, in Blocks of 100. at $1.00 per aha
entitled to a bonus oi 15 shares ot Preference Stock.
The  third and subsequent issues are to be soW at  par, or at  a  premium to be an
. time by the Board o:' Dhv.ors.
WHEN  COMPLETE.  THIS MODERN   PLANT   WILL   HAVE  A CAPACITY  OF   130 TCV
PAPER. AND 270 TONS OF ALL   GRADES   OF   WRAPPING   PAPET   PER   WEEK.
SPECIAL  NOTICE.
The Company reserves tiio right,to reject any or all subscriptions,  and  furth r   rese
close the subscription list at any time without notice to the general public.
In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue ol 1"".  Is   ���
wish your application returned   oi  allowed on the third Issue of Pn farence Stock.    No bonus si
ed after the second issue.
Tho. Preferred Stock is enti led to an annua] dividend of T per cent, commend      \  .
but unlimited as to further dividends���I. e, after 7 per cent has been paid upon the P ���
mon, both stocks thereafter parti Ipai    equally.   There is no reason why this -��� . ..   -
��� to 50 per cent dividends.
We are now rushing the ���> Port Mellon, 25 n. 1-s from Vancouver, on the fii
plant, which is to have a wee:;I>  capacity of 80,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and which v.
ration by July l, 1908.
Remember, there is n-j irv;:\l  ' lm;  no inflated values or huge promoters'  profits
prise. , .*?��-��-
Within one year the stoc    il I :-        (oration will be selling   t a handsoi
too late to buy.
PAYMENTS.
in -....- ;vn-   on application   la per cent, on allotment;  balance in eight equal
each
The public are cordially Invited  to  visit our demonstrating plant,    313   Cordova   -���
and witness the manufacture of wood   pulp  an I   paper.
Open Saturday evening  until 9 o'clock. "'"���-'���
DIRECTORS.
SYLVESTER  G,   FAULKNER, President  British  Columbia  Trust Corporation.
.
ca.
\Y
. H. R. COLLISTER, Mai   -
Albion   Iron   Works.   Vancou-
J. DL'FF  STUART,    Managing
Director Clarke �� Stuart, Lt 1.
Stationers. Vancouver, B. C.
FREDK. APPLETON, M m igil .
Director     M.   K.   Smith   Co.,
Victoria.
ALD. W. J. CAVA NAG H.  Me
ber w.  J.  Cavanagh &  Co.,
Vancouver.
COL. T. H. TRACY. M, (.'.. S
C. B., P. L. S., D. L. S., Con.
B3ng., formerly  City ESngini sr
of Vancouver.
FRp:D SMITH, member Smith,
Wright & Davidson, Wholesale Paper Company. Vancouver. I). C.
H. M. BURRITT, West.rn Manager Corticelli Silk Co.. Vancouver, B. C.
,f.   C.   W.   STANLEY,   formerly
General   M in  -
don     Pa] M
Kngl md.
CAPTAIN II. A   Ml
American Ll
EUSTACE   H.   .ENNS    I
ter.  etc..  \",.:..  ���    ���     B. C.
GEO,   E.  CAT] -
building Co   V
GREELY KOf_TS   I -
era!  Man   ���
Soda Co.
Local Agents: DOMINION TRUST CO. New Westminsier
������
How About Your
Spring Suit?
Get on the  voters' fist.
Gillette May Get Reprieve.
t-Uheny, .\. y  March .:'..���Once m^
">��� hi,- ��� - ''_. iter OUletti
hinds Oi Q  V   :i'u:'... I, What is claim-
���i  to t��- newly discovered  evidence
[-..,(���.  i ;..   ..-Dv-rno!   1'. I ��� ���
.ii; i��t^.-n now .md tomorrow ni^ht
;.. whi ther <    riot be will
reprlevi thi  yount nan, who without
his tatnrf. r< ace would die In th" il".-
Ti- a*��air a* Auburn prison, pro ablj
"in the dawn of next Monday moniln,.:
ed -,LN,dereo-J-  g       ' n.l;P T...  ;-n
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson I ft Shepjsnl fy. Co.
Rmt Mountain Ry. Co.
Th* only all rail route brtwresi ill
i> )>nra cast, west and -out!, to Ross-
Und \elson and intermediat'e pornts
conn- rtrag at Spok��ns- with, the Great
ies .-n t b e ^northern. Northern P_c:i'tc aod O. R.
St N. Co.
Connec.-ts at Rossland wi(_i the Can-
_��d.3ii Pteific Railway for Bo__dary
Crei -   p Ant*
C'.nnt.ts at Meyers Falls with
-4.it: ���  ''/.iy for  Rcpwhlir.
Buffet servir. oa trains between
Sfnokant  and NpImj-.
Effectire    Sunduy,    Novemkxr    io,
Time  it getting  ihort     Reg;ster.
1901.
Leave
y.ao am.
ia.2S p.m.
uio a.m.
Dav Train Arrive
... Spokane ....715 p.m.
��� Rossland 4 10 p.m.
��� Nelaon 6.45 p.m.
H   A. TACKSON
gPRING   (]LEANING
Brighten vour Homes, and smarten up your Furniture,
- with ���
JAP-A-LAC
THE   BEST   OF   ALL   RENOVATORS
1 Ramon a���
Prom N. W. Tu., Th., Bat 8 a.m.
Pfom Cbwk. 8un.. Wea.. Prl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVEJK
S. 8. Transfer.
Staataer Transfer leaves New West-
ninster .Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday,  Friday and  Saturday at 2
p.m.   Ad-ti_iiw_al trip Monday 6 ami.
Leav.. Westham IsLand Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at Z a.m. Friday G a.m. Additional trip. Saturday leave Ladher a;
.r)  p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st anal l'.ih;
from Var.-rouver at 8 0. m., _nd
��� nd 16th of each month, colling at
Skldosate cc first trip and Beila Coola
on 8.4��on<Ii trip*
(RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. 8. Queen City.
From' Vlrtorta s p.m. every Wednee
day, from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever,
Thtnuday.   Returning arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
VMSTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO..
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tueaiay 7 a.m.; ��r-
rfves Nanaimo 4 p.m.
LeaveB Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 J- m.
, *������ ********************
J^ei^nenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
j BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
i ���
i>
PKone 101
Phone 101
,******+'
i*********************' ********************
************************
�����. ***i
T. J. TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
COLUMBIA STREET
COLUMBIA  STREET
For  reservation.,   and   information
call or addreee
BD. OOULET,
Aftnt, New Wnatmlmter.
B. J. COTLE.
AML Oen. Paee. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Oeneral BnpertntendenL Vlr torla
ADVERTISK
14
THI      M  I      ��� ��� Y     NEWS
If TOU Want a Situation.
Nothing better than a
20th Century Suit, Pants i;
or Overcoat
Our spring stock is complete.
All the new cuts and colors
Suits from $15 to $30
PHILLIPS
|   THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Sole Agent for 20th Century
garments in Westminster.
Sapperton Home
Sherbrook street, looking on the park:
6 rooms; all modern conveniences; full
sized lot; street back and front.
PRICE,        -        -        $2100
1-3 ca3h, balance extending 2 year?.
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phon.307
ADVERTISE THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOE THRKS
- LED   TENDERS  addressed   to
SE^P1.slgned, and endorsed "Tea-j
*e,   oiterationa to the Post. Officii
fi Victoria, B. C," will be re-
B;il'd"-. ���..   lffiee ""'il Wc<ln6.d.y,
cm,.,.. 19oti inclusively, tor the oon-
ildon of the alterations to the Post
Sfwildto. a. Victoria, B. C.
plaD6 .nd specification can be se.:i
and Wi
am
, :l |er obtained at this
ne-artmenl and on application to W 1-
Bai Henderson, Esq., Resident Architect, Victoria, I'.- C,
per80IU tendering are notified that
tenders will not'be considered unle-O
���., thi   printed form   supplied
. -lgne(] with  thfcir actual    slgn.i-
tores. .
-ach ti h li r. '���"ist  be accompanied
��� acCepted cheque on a charterad
tank, 1" ;' Pa>'-Dle 1(J t,1L' ordBr o�� the
Honorable the Minister of Publh
Works, i i-��' to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
o( tne amounl of the tender, which
. , elte 1 If the person tendor-
u. (jeciini in enter Into a oontract
Len call) ! upon to do bo, or fall to
oompleti ' ' work contracted tor. If
the tend* i : e nol actepted the cheque
nill in n     oi '.
���fh,. Di - i tmenl does not bind Us ilf
11,,,,,    ���     lowest or any tender,
rder,
FRED. OELINAS,
Secretary,
Departmem of Public  Works,
Oi iwa, March 19, 1908.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
sunlight
_ __ Use   it   in   the   Sunlight way.
5_% C_!__) ^_k "-^ Simply    pure    soap,    without
^-^ **  J** harmful   chemicals,    it    saves
nail  the   toil   common    soaps
*%T fh compel.      Get   Sunlight   Soap
'    ^* and follow  directions.
cents a bar .
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
\i . s. Ill not be paid for this
nt If they Insert it. without
���    ra the Department.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of havihg a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
. The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invite;- you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
W ACRES. Four acres cleared. Between
this city and Burnaby lake. Splendid
fruit lard. Adjoining land is held at
$400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who wjll improve.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY'
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE r-W INSURANCE
CHOICE BEEF
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
;. undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
:. itini Posl office. Vancouver,
!;. r, v, II . i.i elved at this office
rntil Sa; irday, April 25, 1!}08, Inclusive! for I he construction of a heat-
Ing Bystem for the public building at
Vancouver, li. C.
Plans and specification can be Been '
-ial forma of tender obtained on ap-
tion al this Department,'from W.
Henderson,  Superintending architect,!
Victoria, 11. ('., and  from Mr. Charles i
.osseli, r;.Tk of Works, Vancouver,
3. i'.
Persons tendering are notified that
tender, will not be considered unless
U'imIv mi the printed forrii supplied,
snd signed with their actual signa-
tnrea,
Each tender muai be accompanied
'iv nn accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
WorltB, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, ivhich
fill be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter Into a contract
'hen called upon to do so, or If he fail
i" complete the worl. contracted for.
:' Hi'1 tender be not accepted the
Cheque Will ne returned.
���he Departmenl does not bind itself
'" RCcept Hie lowest or any tender,
By Order,
FRED. OELINAS,
Secretary.
'!,'|li""1"'l|i of Public Works.
Ottawa, March 12, i.)<in.
Newspapers will not ne paid for this
Mvertl��ment if tbey insert It without
Butborlty from the Department
-A
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork   '��� .< f*&��
 _____________________     tjffi.
Pacific Meat Market ^
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Prop..
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1811.
CAPITAL      .   .$14,400,000.0"
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
S'.nches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ia   LondoTi,   England,
Xew York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   ien
eral Banking Business Transact3d.
.Jtters of Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all  uartu of the
World,
'.suing* Bank  Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards.
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  addeii
four times a year.
Total   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N'^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH fj,  D.  BRYMNER.  Manage
Phone 192
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuraeturtr* and D*<ntr* in All Kind* of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,  Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned 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
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THF. TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day In the Yesr
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
!rn.-Tll,K TRA1N ��P FAME
'��h  north-western,   ltd.
for ?!\V..he newest   ��n<l ��>e��t idea.
ind    , 1F0RT'   CONVENIENCE.
boh   VXURY-     & �� ����hted with
brill;. T,nci,y   and   -as.   the   most
w'.r  " Vrilluminated   tfain   ln   the
Drivii e  ecluiP��nent  consists   of
]6v'l��  -ornpnrtment   cars,   standard
Wr. ",��" __ ePe?*' ���uxurious dining
priv;,t��  -oinpnrtme'nt   cars, "standard
^^^l____i_____   ******* _____
'in.'"!'"8 chair ����"(��ats"freeT,
W.J y c??ches and buffet- "���
,." 4N smoking cars.
forth., inT T!,bleSl Folde"- or an>
iBformatloo call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERA!. AGENT.
^Second Avenue. S-nttle. Wmh
R- MILES & CO.
^ lers. Gas and Hoi Water filters, tic,
tention1 V!ll11 liin,ll< Kiven apeoial at-
��� oewer connections made.
< hargea. phone A M77 |
f*_tSt. Now Wcstmlnotor
The Canadian Banjc of Commerce
Ci
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER. Present ALEX.  LAIRD. CMSf-1  Manager.
__-__-���___-__-��������� |
A general Banking bnainesa transacted.   Accounta may be opened and con-
A genera, nun   jg^ ^ ^( ^.^ rf. branche8 of thl8 bBnk,
l SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT.
i ,...��,..ril�� received    Interest allowed at 'current rates and
*T!^i��Z^^        i8 8Ubiect to no delay whatt'ver in
the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H. R. DAVIDSON. M_na_.r.
Children's Wear
Before beginning to make t.ie Mirsfts' and Children's Dresses,
Skirts, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
Etoek. We are sure you will be convinced that it is much
cheaper to buy them ready-made than to make them up.
We will be pleased to show you everything.
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH  - 275 Columbia Street
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel. 16.
O. E. Gilley���Tel.  29!
I
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DKaLERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C- Pottery Vitrified Pipe. Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Qartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Br\ck  Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
This Date in History.
MARCH 30.
1744���Malflonneuve defeated the   t-_-
quois at  the   Place -d'Arme.:,
Montreal.
1_UG���Joseph Bonaparte made king ol
the two Sicilies.
1837���John  Constable,   the   landscapes
painter, died.    Horn June 11.
1776.
I 1S43���Sir Charles  Metcalfe appointed
governor o�� Canada.
I ._48���Don Carlos,  pretender    to    tae
Spanish throne, born.
Treaty   of   Paris,    ending    Ilie
Crimean war.
I'.  S. transport    General  l.yon
burned with great loss of life.
1'nited   States   bought   Alaska
from Russia for $8,200,000.
1894���June P. Austin, American novelist,  died.     Horn  1831.
is:,.;
18G.
I si;7
Put your name on the list.
Courtesy.
The parvenu  stood  it till he conlA
stand lt no longer,
"James." lie cried out pitoously, "tell
I me the worst! You find my table man-
j ners execrable!"
But his new butler, bowing first with
.stately condescension, only replied:
"As a matter of professional courts-
| sy   Hi   cannot  hentertain,  much   less
1 bexpress, hany hoplnlon which might
seem  in  hnnyway  to  reflect  on   mj
i predecessor 'ere."
And he bowed iijrain and was silent-
Puck.
The Wings of Time.
Methuselah was walking in his gstr
den.
"My goodness," he exclaimed suddenly, "there's another (lower on that een-
; fury plant! Why, it seems but yester-
! day since I plucked a blossom from it."
He walked slowly toward an oak tree
, 200 years old which he had tendcr"ry
! raised from an acorn.
"Ah,   me,"   he   mused,   'Ww   time
flies!"���Hnrpcr's Weekly.
The Larger CIm_.
"Of  course," said  the  seeker  after
knowledge, "we seldom hear 'thee* anfl
'thou' nowadays.   They're used mostly
; by poets, aren't they?"
"No,"   replied   the   editor;   "they're
used   mostly   by   people   who   think
' they're poets,"���Catholic Standard an*
; Times.
Prudence.
Dentist���Pvc filled all your teeth that
j have   cavities,   sir.     Mahoney���WeH.
thin, fill th' rlst av thiin too.    Tbl��
whin th' cavities come they'll be already filled, b'gobsl���Puck.
Don't judge a man by his falloree te
itfe. for many a man falls because ke
le tpo honest to succeed.���ArkadelpMe
'.'.rfc.. Southern Standard
Put your name on the list.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
COAL! COAL!
~^RENNIE'S
SEEDS
11 Ryall's Drug Store
send vour children and have their eyes tested
fREE
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land"
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B. &
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
SB-FINEST AND   FAtTfTa
IS.000 7l_MFRE88 <_^ B-U.AWm.iOO
H. few I EMPRESS OP IRELAND J     TM*
BOOKING TO   AND   PROM   ANT
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRY
CAN  UE ARRANGED^AT THIS OFFICE.
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF. SIXTH.
'Phone   106.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Next   sailings   of   the-   Empresees
April 3 and April 17.
For   >���'���'   .'a.es and partlcui _.*
app.    i
ED. GOULET,    ���
C  P. R. Agent.
60 viAor
I. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eight etreet
NIW  WESTMINSTER,   ������   C.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
stock,
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A26��8.     .
Tram Maims
, Devon*
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p. o. box H85! -feaa^aKfi^rT
Rowling-Alley, Pender St..
VANCOUVER
Agent tor Messrs. Samuel May A
Co., Torooto.
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PAGE FOUR
t:ie daily news.
MON'DAV
V-?CH
'-'.. t|g.
The New
Shades For
Men
FREE EfEER AND PIPES |
ATTRACT   PARISHIONERS
including   Elephant's   Breath,   preys
and Brown.- are shown in great array
a', my    store.    All   the    fashionable
checks are included also.    Look over
ir.y   spring   woollens  before  ordering   not bein
jour springVsu:'!.    There are no finer
t-brics in all Canada.
contracts and being the lowest tend
erer secured them and    carried    oj
consdentiously every obligation, cur- 	
: i ned or implied In the contracts, had       London.   March   29.���;Rev.    Charles j
no extras, asl.i'd no favors, and gave Hutchinson, rector of    Rayne,    near
satisfaction in every detail. Braintree Essex, has arranged a series
Ii Is very noticeable that Mr. Wall- of concerts for the entertainment of
erg's price for rock excavation was his parishioners at which beer an!
only _.n cents per yard, while blue tohaoco an provided free for all m?n.
other tenders rang! 1 from TO to 99 and a popular musical program Is
cents per yard, and the sanv. ratio rendered. One of the concerts was'
was observed In the otner classes of given in the church school room rework.   The estimated cost on account cently and was attended by practically
..' thi   striatum   beneath   the  surface all the men in the village.
MORGAN
THE   TAILOR
Opposite the Post Office.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
as supposed was exceeded,
but -Mr. Wallberg did not get one cent
more than his contract price for the
work ;.e.rformed, then where was the
graft? .Any honest Conservative in
the House or out of it. or any reputable Conservat:..? paper will say
"There was no graft or even suspicion
of graft."
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Experienced clerks at once
by the Westminster Clothing Co a-
pany, Dave Grossman, proprietor.
WANTED���-Servant  for  small  family.
SYestmlnster Clothing  Corn-
WANTED���To buy new   and    second
hand furniture.    Pianos and organs
tuned and repaired.   Speck & Cran-
��� :       front street, near tram o
AREYOURrgsl
Troubling Y^f-
If so, come and ha
amined.       ,
for .testing ���.
Guaranteed
'��� them e��
""- chara,
All
���wort,
W. GIFFORD, Opti
Optical   Parlor,   i.  -r    .
Pa
Jewe'r/  Store.
ic.an
" lord's
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
  I	
Hjfflji
While much remains to be done fn
the matter of modern apQjiances, we.
In justice to the Telephone company,
i ongratulate it on the improved service. Promptitude is the main necessity to an effective service of the telephone system, and the subscribers
can do much in assisting cntral by
promptly answering the call of th1.
bell.
MONDAY,   MARCH   30,   1908.
______________--__--���--_-���-----------
Tne sympathy of the whole community will go out to Mr. J. B. Kennedy, M. P. today ,as he places to rest
all'that is mortal of his only son
Clarence, who passed away at Vernon
on Friday last.
THOSE  RECOMMENDATIONS.
The Licensing Board docs noi appear
to have, the proper conception of   rs    rouo e
duties.    Those duties are admlnistva-!
FOREIGNERS PROHIBITED
IN SALOON   BUSINESS
Spokane, March 29.���Eight saloons
run by foreigners will be put out of
business as the result of an order issued by Chief of Police Rice prohibiting the keeping dT saloon, in this city
by proprietors who cannot speak English intelligibly. Greeks and Aus-
trians are affected by the order, th?
reason fo.r which is that fights ani
riots frequently occur in saloons conducted by foreigners and the bartenders are unable to give the pcli_-..
a clear account of the cause of    the
Wednesday, April 1st
Breaking  the   Laugh  Record I
"SIS"
In   New  York
A Screamingly Funny Farce Founded on the Merry Hoosier Lass' Visit fo
the Metropolis.
The Greatest Laughing Play She
Has Had in Years.
Hiram,   Mandy,   Zeke  and   John   Will
Help with the Hilarity
'You  can't   stop fi  trolly    car    by
standin on :he track."���"Sis."
OUND���ON SIXTH STREET
ring with small ruby. Owner
r. ay have same by calling a* 349
Agnes street, proving property and
1 aying for ad.
"-   The Oriental Contract Co. |, MaP,e Ridg�� Fr-'t unds ForSak
H
Admission 25c. 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Notice of Dissolution
ATS   RETRIMMED   AND   MADE
over.      Price    reasonable.    InT
Auckland street, A. L. Bishop.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
.New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  645.
-  e
,Now "the time to secure a bto
this valuable  level  land, wh
ore low.
in     this
; Good   roads
is adv
'of
P'ces
Land   ��� aav _
We"   Mttlad  ne,ghbornoo;'
SCh��C:s'   chur"es a._l
ether  conveniences '
FOR   SALE���FIRST   CLASS   FAM-
Hy  cow.   fresh,   large flow   very
rich    milk.   Price $75.    Apply    Ken-.
ne !y's. Second street, between Queens'
and Third avenue.
VEE     Kabb,        lailOr jfaci,ities: only one hour
couver or Westminster
Apply  to  the
best of shi
PPmj
s ride to va
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE    STREET.
mil REE    UNFURNISHED    ROOMS
���*���     to rent on Columbia street.    Ap-
P. O. Box 647, Cit\
ri ARM, HANDS, SAW MILL HELP,1
*��� skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency. 506 Cordova west, Vancouver. B. C. Phone
3329.
LATEST  SPRING   SUITING.
J    Suits  Cleaned   and   Pressed.
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
FRASER RIVER TANNERY
-.��   i ,    r       SecretVP��rt Ham.
i mond   and   District  Improve���,
eociation, Port Hamm.rd, B. n '
Hides  Wanted!
HIGHEST CASH  price
Paid on Delivery
���AT-
the
be-
tive, the Simple carrying out of Ihd
law as it exists, and in no sense does
its powers allow it to interfere as io
fhe number of licenses to be issued in
proportion to the population, neithi-
should it interfere with t!'.\. fee
charged for such licenses. Its powero
would seem to cease with proper investigation of the conduct of tha
places licensed Upon which the renewal or withholding depends. As to
the hotel accommodation, we think
there is none too much now to cope
with the transient trade, which Ls ever
Increasing, and, for which there must
U. provision made as it become,
necessary.
One thing is very striking, thii If,
that no such accommodation has -si
yet been provided by the temperance
advocates and it would be an exam;.:''
rather than a declaration of principles,
if tliey would provide a first class ho--1
telry conducted upon ti:e lines th -y
consider best, without the sale of intoxicants, failing which we cannot sae
the justice of reducing tireir owp taxes
by raising the. license fees, or curtailing the acconunodation by closing a
number of tbe hotels. It would not
cost more than 130.000 to so provide a
temperance hot./., and thus amou.i*
should be readii, _u ��crlbed by the
adfierents to the temperance cads-,
and a practical test made to settle the
Question as to whether such host-! -,
would be paying!} patronized by our
visitors  when  no  bar exists
Turtle's Bite Meant Death.
Portland.   March 29.���The    Briti.h
ship Celtksburn, which arrived tod'ty
from Santa Rosalia to load wheat, reports .the loss of John Thompson.
.\UTICE is hereby given that
partnership heretofore su' slsting
tween us, the undersigned, as hardware merchants a-.nl general repairers,
has this day bfen dissolved by
mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partner-
ihip are to be paid to Alex.    Sped'
vho will carry on  the said  business
nder the  name and  style  of    "The
sailor,  from  blood-poisoning,  the- te-   .'iex. Speck Cycle Co.," and all claims
suft of being bitten on the leg by a   against the said partnership are to be
green turtle. While tlte vessel ���_ ia
becalmed In the Ghlf of Califomi.i ,
number of green turtles were captured
and taken on board. One of them bit
a piece out of Thompson's r!gh< ' ������
when he came in reach. He sur. '
about ten days.
nesented to the said Alex. Speck, by
hom the said claimswill be settled.
Dated  at   New  Westminster. B.  C .
' ts LSth day of March, ]'���'"<.
ERNEST RT'SHTON.
ALEX. SPECK.
Witness:    W. Norman Bole.
TTT ANTED-PUPILS   (EVENIN08)    f^OOKSLEY'S
�� *       in    English  subjects,  classics.' ���
Fraser River Tannery
New- Westminster. B.C.
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
Well Known
Souvenir
FOR SALE���BEST FIR CORD
wood. $5.00 a cord'delivered. T.
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
A  Hardman.    A.James.   J. McCiughan
HARDMAN. CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE.
Front Street    Trust Block
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist ���mi
]On Sale at-
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at  Gamons  Cigar   Divan
itf'Ad .ertlse  the  town  we live In   I)
mailing Picture Post Cards to yo.'i
friends.
Websdale �� Hardwick
Builders  and
Contractors..
THE VOTERS' LIST.
���v first binsh. the repori ol the in-1
t-odoctiOB of legislation    at    Ottawa
with respect to the voters' n.u. W0]  ,,
la llcate that  word  has  readied  ths
capital tnat all i. not  ts straighl    ���!
II ahould ba with respeel to th ��� exist-
Ing lists.   The government may have'
��'^d dl  tlie Chllllwaok affair at. the]
-' '  Prpylaoig] election and >���;,;,  .���.
'in.-  n.-i li     it  may  also have
I   arti of the   wholesale   resurrection I
md appearance of bo many dead men
J'. P'nrt Moody on the morning of 'lie,
election, and ����vaiii to be sure t.i it.
these deud men are not allowed th��.
possibility of being brought out again.
New lists no one can Object to, except
those whose labor and cunning Is lo
'y the discarding of the old Ot��8
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Co. Adam*,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches   trom   112.75 u;
Gentlemen's Silver Watches. op��"
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, doiij;-
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
All kinds of carpi ati t -k. Ge_.
eral repairs    and -    _sd-
mates free for al!    .itm. of   (r mt
buildings.    Shacks     . II ;.e .. -;.
est notice.
P.   O.   Box   815.    Office   St.   Ar:-;Ai
Street, between 8th and 9th 8t
We have just received
ana you are invited to inspect
without   doubt  the finest it-'
lection of   HIGH-CLASS
WOOLENS that ever crone.
the pond.
���Watch
able.
repairing;    marges   reason
Westminster
Transfer
ifflce 'Phone 18ft.      bars fttono 137
Columoia St.
Baggase delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
t$J Light and Heavy Hauling
1
J. N. AITCHIS0N
Merchant Tailor
Columbia St.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER
RUBBER STAMPS
.Made   In Vancouver   by   csPer;
workmen, with   latest machlner.
and best materials, al modoraie
prices.
A. G. Bagley & Sons
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver
I "Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamp*"
Offi c#>���Tram Depot
Low Cut Footwear
���CANT BE BEAT."
"WHAT?"
ffi  Spring Lamb, for Saturday
ft
Electric Blue-Printing,
Maps,
Any . '���
Charts and Drafting
nd Blue-
J
a
We invite attention to our choice and unusually handsome  83
THE WALLBERG CONTRACTS.
The enquiry Into the Wallber;.
contract:s, which was very exhaustively   pursued   by  the  Public    Accounts j
Committee at Ottawa, failed to eetab-
llsh   any  foundation   even    (or    suspicion.    Every safeguard born of ex-1
per once or required by law was scru-1
pulousiy     observed     by     tho     De-
.Diriment.    Despite the fact that, from j
the calls for tenders to the completion
of the contracts there   w.as    not   b
single feature Incapable of benrlng the
marohllght of Judicial Inquisition, tha
Coiieervatlve press has been handing:
out selected bits of testimony garbled,
distorted and separated from Its con-1
text In such a way hb to give color
for ivproach.
Mr. Wnl-aivrg, art\emlnent civil en-
Klnoer, residing in Montreal, with a's
c��chnlcal skill and his shrewd buslnes/.
���ue-thods, tendered   on a number of
till lines of Women's Low Cut Shoes.   The newest creations of
m the world's best shoemakers are  here.   Oxfords, Ties, Colonials, Pumps and Slippers, in many exclusive designs.   A display well worth any woman's time coming to see.   Prices run
from $1.25 to $4.50 a pair.
THE
i
Central Meat Marht
Corner JCIghth St. and    Fifth Ave    ie
PHONE M0.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietors
              I
REMOVAL  !
NOTICE
The  Vancouver   Map and
Print Company,
iii Seymour St., U'K'';
WESTMlNSTfr! OFFIGti
II. Neville Smith, B, I   '������>s-
,:,   en I ni
SJ Westminster Iron Works
"*" Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
JOHNSTON'S I
Big Shoe  Mouse,  Ltd
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New We��tmin��ter
JOHN REID,
Telephone 63.
New Westminster. t��. O. Box 474
Ofera House Bookings.
Sis In New York  April 1 . v
The Burgomaater   April 9 ADVERTISE IN THE B" '
NOTICE!
Our office is Iseiied 'n
THE REAR of th. Da ly
Newt block (er.tnicc from
Sixth street).
Jacksun & Mcrnson
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Dally News Block
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388 AY, MARCH 30, 1908.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
paob nvt    i
;i__*_i.-tt''Vi.ii-_-.-
THE -ICSH STORES   T. H. SMITH   THE CASH STORES
**>*****+**������+*************************
*<> ���
The Spring
Opening
If this store side-stepped every time the
weather frowned, we'd never be ready for
any season.   But we go right along attending
to business without thought of anything but
to be supremely ready just a little before
anybody else.
Our Spring showing is a great attraction these
days.   The knowledge that spring is here is
causing enthusiastic buying from our superb
stock of new goods.
Vou know the best buyers are the early ones,
for the assortments are complete now.
Come To-Day.
DRESS GOODS.
ecial   offering   of   New
Dre   materials.   These conn; in
[mc   pla n   Shepherd   checkB
,:;, Scoti.;  Tartans,   also    In
tripe.    Values u;> to
,,'    Special price, per yard 35c
line    of    Imported
.    high grdde goods in all
thi     ���.!::..  shades,    Values
Si ��� i Ial    price,     in r
jai  35c
:  ���    We yell the tar famed
Ira C   ths at, per    yard
$1.50 and  $1.63
EXCLUSIVE  DRESS  PATTERNS.
'������������.   efore In the history of
tore have \     b id such   a
��� m  asion lenl of   ex-
dl  lengths,    In .ill tho
dona ile sbadi a and no two
mike    Per suit    length    from
56.50 in  $10.50
STAPLES!     STAPLES!!
STAPLES!!!
ood News for the Busy House-
w,fe.
WOMEN'S   COATS.
A special range -"Of ladies'
covert cloth coats in tan, box
back, nicely trimmed; regular
price $10.00. Special price $6.50
A  BIG  SNAP  IN COATS.
These c ime In coven fancy
��� ������ ��� I. mon Hone and new str!) e
c -. in tight fitting, seml-flt-
::;. and ox I acks. This is a
ral lla .good line at $15.00, But
: i ma ���> u noise we are going
to sacrifice them at, each $10.00
SKIRTS  AT   LESS THAN
COST.
It will _(xm ho spring cleaning
"OS and there are many things
you'll want to replenish the
:i'""' with. Our house furn shag department is filled to over-
l!l)wlng mid wc have to sacrifice
to make room.
���N"  l    I.ace curtains two and
1 na-l yards long';   usual  price
Our    specdal    price,    p. r
Palr 60c
No, 2   Lace    curtains,    thrtv
:'"'!!s !ong,   baauUful   designs;.
ISU��' Price 11.35,    Special, per
.nir
'       95c
1 ret��nnes, over 360 pieces of
beauttfuj ,.,, ������������,._ ^ .^^
"'Oftmeni ever see,, in New
"���'""���''������"������ Come and have a
A ;" them;   usual  prices per
,"'''  ''"���  20c,    30o    and     MO,
special  prlci
lie, 20C
per     yard     10c.
 25c
ART   SATEEN3.
Tl"' ""'ance of our stock ar-
ler<iay, they come In a
���"'''" v ""'<>  of   coloring.
and
uesLui tm   deal
PMcca too are
gs
gns.       Tl.'
This Dftaj look absurd, but it
Is also too true. Thirty-five
skirts, all sizes, In plain vicunas,
fancy checks and stripes. The
regular price of these are from
|4.75 to $T.0ii, while they last
our price will be, each ...  $1.95
MOREEN  UNDERSKIRTS.
One hundred and fifty moreen
underskirts in navy, brown, reseda, inyrtl , mauve! purple and
black. The regular price of
those are $1.50. Our special
price is    95c
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
A big assortment of children's
dresses In ginghams, prints and
English galateas and white
(awn an I  piques, muslins in ten
difivp'tn   styles Including Bus-
t.r's,  sailor's   and     Nancy   Lee,
l';:c; s from 35c to $-1.75
 -__------________________________-.---_------~~~-
UMBRELLAS!      UMBRELLAS!
Only three dozen ladles' umbrellas in (ilorla silk, horn and
natural wood handles.   Regular
price |1.50.    Special while they
lasl  $t.io
Prices np
must    moderate,
Vartl 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
WHlTt.   BCD   SPREADS_
Ml 0ur white bed spreads
-' in
s at
an
''' '"��� off regular prices.
0FFERING    IN    DOUBLE
QED   SHEETING.
aw.i,!72,lnoh whlt*'' pIaln
"8    Strong   even    finish;
;"' ���'���"<' per yard,   Bpecial,
"'r yiir,|
v.. ���.���';������, 28c
ihebth - English Wigan
10c T' aoub,fl w'vrp; regular
"'"���l.rice  30C
SILK   UMBRELLAS.
Twenty-live silk umbrellas,
large size, silver and gold
mounted,  sun  metal, and  pearl
bandies, besl paragon frames,
larivi runners, In fm't there'a
nothing shori of $.",.00 values ln
the lot.    Special   *2-95
COMFORTERS.
The IftSt of our winter's comforters.   We have decided   that
we wont carry   our stock   of
these poods over. There .ire
OOly four dozen left. The usual
price Is $..75 and |8.00. TO
clvar at 	
$1.90
nQll8h Print, at 121/-C. The House Value Built.
T. M. SMITH
II=^i^^l..il'..'itiaijMiH>l.t.lIr'iItIW��^!'
CITY NEWS
each way. The opposition team were] wards, J. Berry, Dean. City juveniles
drawn from the Shamrocks and Cel- i ��� Guards, Fenton, R. Gilley; centre,
tics, and won out by three goals to R. Gilley; forwards, E. Coop-er, A.
none Thy pace from the kickoff whs Lewis. #The champions expect to ar-
fast ami furious of necessity. A fine range a game against the Vancouver
b'urst of speed by Lock gave the only   V. M. C. A, juveniles In the near fu-
Get on  the voters'  list.
Sold by the leading distributors, the
"B. C." cigar. "*
James Leamy, Crown Timber agent,
returned   yesterday   after a   business j
trip to Revelstoke and the surround-1
ing district.
-New hoots and shoes   at   Kyle   &
Time   is  getting, short.     Register.
The government, fisheries cruiser
Georgia, which had been undergoing
lepairs last week, will again be in
(ommisslon tomorrow.
J. H. lirownlee, C. E., Dominion and
13. C. land surveyor, has opened an of-
Two line cleared lots on Fifth avenue, for $1,000; half cash, balance in
on.- year.    Abbott __ Hyde. **
Get on the voters'  list.
Mr. Olstrom, an employee of the
Brun tte Sawmills, while feeding -.,
lath machine at the mill on Saturday
afternoon, suffered an ugly wound in
the right hand, a jagged piece of wood
lacerating the flesh. The victim of
the accident was obliged to secure
medical assistance in order to remove
the slivers from his hand. He will bo
unable to work for some time.
Ladies' and gentlemen's suits cleaned, dyed aud repaired. Royal City
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
flee in the Oulchon bloek. Phone 338. ��� !     Re3ister today.
A social will he given by the members of St. Andrew's isible class on
Thursday evening of this week. Young
people ire especially invited to attend.
Dr. T. il. Levey, D ntist, has movej
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. *���
Men's clothing, odd pants, etc.. just
ai rived.   Kyle & Sons. **
Get on  the voters' list.
The funeral of the late Clarence
Kennedy, son of .). B. Kennedy, M.P.,
for this constituency, will be held today at 2:30 p. m., from the family
residence at Sapperton.
A favorite of the erne smokers, tbe
"Brilliante" cigar. ���*
Put your name on  the  list.
The Thistles secured the National
cup in thi finals played at Recreation
Park iii Saturday by defeating the
>.'-;  ina.3    cno-nil.    The game  was
��� nil a good exhibition of soccer.
The cup was presented to the winners
alter   rhe   game    by  the  donor,   Con
.loll! S.
\ basket social will be given in the
l O, O. P. hall on Tuesday, March 31,
under the auspices of the West En!
Methodist church, A good program
has been prepared. The ladies ul
the 1 ongrggation u iii prov tie the
! askets. ���*
Three plain drunk   and   incapable.:
,v> re. landed In the lockup on Saturday evening, while onSl I roke sough!
.heller for the nigh! last^evenlng, Two
of the inebriates sought their liberty
that their enjoyment of the Sabbath
might not be marred, and left a five
spot each with the jailer to ensure
their return this morning.
Remember the organ recital at
Queen's  avenue Methodist church  on
Tuesday next. �����
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Get on the voters' list.
The up river steamboat Ramona; of
the Western Nav gatlon company,
which has been under repairs on
Emerson's ways, whl again be on its
regular run from ihis city to chil'.l-
wnck this week.    The hull of the hou.
hns   been   thoroughly  overhauled  and
i the Ramona   will  1 merge looking like
1   brand   new   vessel.
opportunity for scoring by the Rov-
ers, Johnson doing the trick. Lock
and Johnson were die star players
for the visitors; Jones and Graham
put up the stellar exhibition for the
home team. The representatives cf
Westminster were Lock, Fleming,
Johnson,  Clark and Bruce.
Columbian college juvenile basketball team was on Saturday afternoon
victorious in two games against the
College 1). team and the City juveniles, the first game being won by a
score of :;_ to !>, and the second by
14 to 1. The College juveniles have
won every game in which they have
figured this season. The following
etl Saturday's winners: Guards
Priest, Smith; centre, A. White; forwards. A. Berry, H. Turnbull. The
vanquished were: College B.���Guards,
White,   Johns;    centre,   Woods;    for-
ture.
Another of the pioneers of British
Columbia. .John Wiggins, 69 years of
age, prospector and traveller, died
Saturday morning. Mr. Wiggins was
born ln Ireland, coming to Cana la
with his parents shortly after, spending his boyhood in N'ew Brunswick.
lie came to the coast and followed tie
lure of the gold fiellls with more or
less success in California, the Cariboo, the Cassiar, and the Yukon, making a very comfortable stake. Six
years ago he decided to leave the adventurous life, and settled down in.
this city. For some time the deceased occupied the position of chief of
police here. He leaves but few relatives. Mrs. J. A. Robertson, of New
Westminster, and Mrs. P. R. Peele, of
White Horse, are nelces. and H. Wiggins is a  nephew.
The affiliated societies of Christian
Endeavor will hold a big rally in the
Olivet liaptist church this evening,
when local speakers of note wlll take
part. A number of short addresses
relative to the work of C. E. societies,
will be given by prominent workers,
while vocal artistes will contribute
solos and other songs during the evs-
ning.
Kyle & Sons nave fresh ranch eggs
at :!.e. **
For cut flowers, Douqnets or tun-
eral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, 13- 208- ���������
Th
big    Canadian-Mexican    line
Lonsdale arrived In port yesterday afternoon and immediately proceeded lo
the Brunette mills to load lumber and
box shooks for the southern repu' lie.
She brought a cargo of ore for the
smelter at Ladysmith and salt for various points. The Lonsdale was the vessel from which four Japanese attempted to escape from bond, on her
lasl visit to Westminster, one of them
i Ither reaching kind or having drowned In the attempt.
Register today.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in B. C. Dominion Trusl
block. **
Work on the construction of the
1 Great Northern new main line via
; Delta is progressing rapidly, and a
I large g.ang of men are employed on
: the work.   About eight miles from the
Westminster bridge a steam shovel is
, working on a big fill, where for alio it
, three, quarters of a mite the line leaves
j the side hill, crossing through a peat
I box.   thertby saving a half mile.    It
looked an easy matter to fill "this in
' and secure a solid foundation, but the
I bog .appears to be almost .bottomless
1 and trainload after trainload of gravel
I lias disappeared In its depths without
; visible results.
LEE'S
Handmade
Furniture
Doubtless you have some time bought a piece of furniture- which
was not exactly what you wanted, but which you thought might serve
the purpose.
And it wasn't long before you hated the sight of that chair, table,
Davenport, or__whatever it was.
Vou will never acquire a piece of Lee's furniture one day to grow
weary of it the next. It becomes an intimate friend and endears itself to you more and more as the time rolls by.
Perhaps you are unaware how much we manufacture ourselves.
Just ask the salesmen to show you over the factory at
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Register today.
All kinds of pot plants and cut
Mowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone  184. ������
The   annual   meeting   of   Ihe   Wesl-
minster Gun clu 1 will be held on Friday evening of this week, in the board
of trade room, providing this apartment can le secured for thai dale
ro low ng the discussion of general
business, II is proposed io adjourn for
an oyster supper, where the guesl
of in.nor will be the members of the
Rifle club team who defeated the dun
I club   sharpshooters   in   a   tournament
laSI   summer.
Eight cakes toilet soap ht Kyle &
Sons for 2ac. **
Time  Is getting short.    Register.
The "Auto" cigar is becoming a
favorite smoke. '**
Yesterday was the ninety-sixth
birthday of the oldest woman in New
Westminster, Mrs. Margaret Hall, and
B reception was held at the home of
hor daughter, Mrs. A. J. Hill, to celebrate1 the occasion. During recent
years the annua! event has been tide-
brat 1 il by a party, but this year lt w.is
I dispensed  with    on account of Mrs.
1 Hall being unable to participate. Mrs.
Hall Is a native of St. John. N. II., and
I was bora in. 1812. She still retains
all her faculties and remembers distinctly the occurrences of the English-
American  war.
Burnaby   lake,-Ideal   location   r >r
minium r oottage.    Heating, fishing and
swimming, also ai  place   for   fruit
growing.     Eighteen   acres,   only  $11U
! per acre,    white. Shiles & Co., 200
Columbia street. **
1 Five members of the Rover., foo -
1 ball team went over to Vancouver on
! Saturday to compete for the Con .Imi. a
gold medals In a freak game, five a
; side,   for   seven   and   a half    mi-UtSS
ii MAPLE SYRUP
SPECIAL
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Geo. Adams, Proprietor
Columbia  Street.       New  Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
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Infants'  Outfits
Wo sell them cheaper than you
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Get our prices  first.
Stevenson's Juvenile Store
721  Robson   St.,  Vancouver.
Everything for Child*****
| An organ recital will bo given In
j Queen's avenue Methodls. church on
,'fuesday evening, March list, nt 8; 15
o'clock, by Howard C. DcDeck, uss s;>.d
lt�� Mrs. J. H. Diamond   and the choir
.of Queen's avenue Methodist church.
_tt> admission fee, but a collection will
he taken. *���
MONEY TALKS
New Westminster,  B. C,
March 25th, 19C3.
A. W   McLeod, Esq., City.,
*      Agent   British   American   Live
Stock Association
Dear  Sir,���We  beg  to  aeknowl-'
edje receipt of your check for $135
in full  payment of claim  for    the
death  of our horse "Queen."    We
also wish to thank your particularly for the prompt manner In which
you have settled for the  loss, the
claim  form   being  completed  only
five  days ago.    and    we    heartily
recommend your company to    any
one  wanting  live stock  insurance.
Yours sincerely,
(Signed)
WESTMINSTER TRANSFER CO.,
P*r P. E. Cameron, Manager.
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That is the. way we settle claims
and obtain and keep the confidence
and.good will of our policy holders.
We InsQre all kinds of live stock
against death from any cause.
Full particulars and rates on application to
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
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The last day upon which names can be placed on the voters' list, '&
which will most probably be used at the next Dominion election, is jjjj
TODAY, MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1908- A large number of eligible h
voters in the city have neglected placing their names on the list be- ??
cause of their ignorance of the recessary  qualifications.    These   are:     'it
Residence in the electoral district   where   registration   is   desired    =;;:
for ONE.MONTH  prior to date of such registration, and residence al
six months in the province.
-That the applicant is not registered as a provincial voter in any
electoral district in B. C.J of the male sex. of the full age of 21 and a
British subject.
The following are qualified to take affidavits from persons desiring to be placed on the list, and have in their possession the necessary forms:. Ed. Goulet, J. McMurphy, E. A. Paige, W. Turnbull, J.
W. MacDonald. James Anderson, W. J. Corbett, A. Halcrow, P. Mc-
Dougall, A. Hardman, Herbert Gilley, C. C. Cameron and any justice
of the peace, mayor, reeve, alderman, councillor, commissioner for
taking affidavits in the supreme court, registrar of titles, deputy
registrar of titles, notary public, collector of voters, provincial constable, government agent, government assessor, mining recorder, de-
puty mining recorder, judge of any court, stipendiary magistrate, municipal clerk, municipal assessor, postmaster, postmistress of Indian
agent.
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THE MEXICAN OCELOT.
SOCIETIES.
���y nop. is    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reser .ad, may be homesteaded by ;
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or .any male over 18 years of'
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of IBO acres, more or less.
-Application   for   entry     must     be
made in person  by  the  applicant at.
a Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub- ;
agency for the district in which the
land is situate.   Entry by proxy may,
however,  be  made  at an agency on:
certain conditions by the father, motn-
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
=& | upon and  cultivation of  the land  in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence  duties   by   living on    farming
3��
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a Great Jumper In Thin Strang:* IM*
tie Spotted Jungle Cat.
One of the most lutcresting animal*
of tbe new world aud yet one of which
little seeiDB io be written, even by
sportsmen who have spent much time
le Mexico and the Central American
states, is the ocelot, the strange little
spotted ent of the dense Jungles of
tropical parts of the two _Vmericas.
They are not nearly so heavy as the
average lynx of the eastern woods and
are   infinitely   lighter   on   their   feet
Tbey run with the greatest agility up j
and   down   the  almost   perpendicular
trunks of trees and follow a crippled :
bird out on limbs too slender, it would ]
seem,  to bear the weight of the par- j
rot. let alone the cat. ��� Parrots are tht !
I land owned   solely   bv   him.   not less
I. O. O. F.-AMITY LODGE, NO. 27��� L^ eighn,   (S())   .((.res  in ^^ ln
The regular meetings of this lodge j lhe vicinity ol hla noIUestead.   Joint
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum-   ownersWn in land wll] not meet this
hla  street, every   Monday  evening, : requjliement>
 C     v' (3)    If the father (or mother, if the1
'    "1   ,,   ,.,     _'___, , _������_. .,     1 I father is deceased)  of a homesteader
V O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3 ,       .
-Meetings the first and third Tuea-   aas  permanent residence on  farming
day   In    each    month.       Visiting i land  owned  solely   by  him,  not  less
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson streel
than eighty (SO) acres in exttint, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence; duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4)    The term "vicinity'' in the two
preceding  paragraphs   is   defined    as
meaning not more than nine miles in
I.,���l_e ,,<_>  bel.i  :.n  the Second   ��   cli:'t,ct  lille.   exclusive  of  the   width
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
ocelot's principal food, and their Hunt  ; COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
Ing Is done almost altogether by day, -     A. O. F.��� The regular meetings of
Though, like all the cat tribe, they ar* I     thi.
thoroughly   at  home  ln  the blackest-     aud Fourth Tuesdays of each month   of  road  allowances crossed
jjght.      ' '   |     at S p, m. In tho Oddfellows' Hall. |measurement.
The   parrots   which   they   hunt
in    the
fr��
quenl the thickest of forests, coming
to the ground only  iu the rare opes
spaces  ami  along  the   banks of th* I
many small streams where they drink., t
In order to follow them it is necessary I
that the ocelots lie great jumpers, and |
so  they  are.    When   I   was  following !
the bounds through the southern Calf
fornln hills after wildcats and an oe- I
caslomil mountain lion I was wont tJ i
say  that  the latter  was the greatest
jumper on earth.    The ocelot has any
mountain Hon that ever walked beaten !
a block, length for length and weigh! j
for weight.���Forest and Stream.
FRATERNAL ORbtR OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., in the Eagli s'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
\V.  Pres.;   II.  Seholield, Secretary.
(6) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Do-
Ttie Caller.
"Mary, has any oue called while I
was out?"
"Tee, ma'am; Mr. Biggs was here."
"Mr. Biggs? I don't recall tbe
name."
"No, ma'am; he called to see me,
ma'am."���Straud Magazine.
THE  ROYAL TEMFLARS  OF TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock  p.  m., in Oddfellows' I minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
hail, Columbia street. ,0 appl? ,-0). patenL
  w   w   CORY,
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS ' npnntv nf tn<3 MlniBt__r of the Interior
8OCIATI0N, LORD OF THE I8LE8 P P   5 �� lnterl0lf
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and i N- B.���Unauthorized publication f
Third Tuesday of every mouth in this advertisement will not be paid
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland. \ for.
Corrected.
Teacher - What   are  parallel   lines.
Micky  Mulberry,  what anv you grinning ai?   Micky Mulberry��� Scuse me,
Miss   Sbnrpe,   but   any   toldy   might
make de same  mistake.   Yer means
parallel bars, don't yer .���ruck.
Goir stletcs.
It Is of the stmost Importance that
tbe golfer should tie on terms of tbe
most complete confidence and Intimacy ' OTHER
with all thc clubs In bis bag, and par j
tlcularly the wooden clubs, from which !
be  gets his  length.    Such confidence j
rannot be established during tbe firs*
lew seimons of a  golfer's experience.
It needs a long time and much thought
to grasp  what are  the essential  features of a wooden club that make It exactly suited to tbe  peculiarities of ���
particular player.���Fry's .Magazine.
, O. 0. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. S
���.Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.G.
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
Mail Service
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, 80NS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, rv.lunibla St., at
8 p. m��� White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 8:35
a. ni ; close .8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Mi-bide No.   1,  daily   except Sunday;   Sapperton  No.  1,  daily  except
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
���Dispatched by B. C. Electric rallwaj
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.  l,  dailyexcept Sun
tlays.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Olepatohed by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.ra..
Cloverdale,    Nlcomekl,  Port  Kells,
Hall's    Prairie,    Bonac-
PROFESSIONAL.
Get on the voters' list.
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Canadian Pacific
.RAILWAY COMPANY
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THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running ihrough first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars le ves
daily at 11:15; makes close connections for all KootenHy points and also
Bt. Paul, Chicago and other United
Suites points.
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'������ ..P.. llnster
or to E. J. C<*. (.]_
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt, Vancouver.
NORMAN BOLE, K. C,   BAR-
rister and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Hank of Commerce
building. New Westminster, B. C
A.VHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO-
��� licltor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, .New Westminster.    Phone 148,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot 12, block U, Port Moody, subdivision of lot 201, group    1,    New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
tate title number 8611F, Issued In the
name of Mary Ann Moresby haa beBn
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall.
tl tbe expiration of one month from
the dale of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
tb. City of -New Westminster, Issue a
dupl rate of the said certificate, unless
Ii the meantime valid objection be
trade to me in writing.
C S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Title-.
l_ind Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 16, 1908,      -.. j
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A, M.J King Solomon Lodge,! Hazelmere,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.;  L. O. L���   O0rd, Blaine  and  Seattle   (all   points
.No. 1150; L. O. L., -No. 159.1; Court j ln   Washington   and   south,    also  all
Sapperton, No. 468.., I. O. F.; C. O. ( points  in eastern  states),    dally  ex-
K���   Court Westminster,   No.   880; Uept Sunday.    Return mails received
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29; | at   3.30   p.m.   Bonacord Wednesdays
��������������������������������������� j ana- Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tyoebead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and l-Yidays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric rullwiy,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2;   Victoria, No. 1;
Central   Park,  dally  except Sunday.
Return mull received ut 8 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 u. m.:
East Burnaby, daily except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 00 noon:
Tlmbertand, Strawberry Hill,   Tuesdays und Fridays.   Return   malls   received Tuesdays and Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m.
dally (closes dally at the same
'time during winter mouths:
Ladner, Weatham Island, Port
Oulchon, Steveston, Sunbury. dally
except Sunday. Return malls received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays,
Vancouver, N'o. 8, and Burnaby
I-Hke; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return malls received
i>t 0 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mall    af
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
VV. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN, WEART & .McQUARRIE
Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Clarckson and Lome strets. Vanco*
ver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street,
���loseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
G. .McQuurrle, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wi] be In the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
GEORGE B. MARTIN, Barrister ana
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum-
eiu and McKenzie streets. New West-
"iinsfer,  R. C.
w. MYERS GRAY, BarrlP.fr, Solicitor
and Notary Public, ii* iractlce since
1891 ut New Westmi-si,..- nir offices removed to C'��rtli Block, Clark-
son street, opposite Court Housu.
P.O   Box Kill.   Telephone (14
W
F, 11 ANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
otects. New Westminster, fl. 0,
3 p.m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 n  m.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p, in.
Dispatched by C.P.H. train at ,'1:1,. p.
in., mall closes al 2:80 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, N'o. 9C (C
P. II. east, second mall). Return mall
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton, No.  2;  .Mlllslc^
Coqultlnm, dally except 6uaa_��_y.   am-
"  consented
Solicitors,
Messrs.   Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver,   B.C
Hygienic Dairy, Uy
Incorporated Under the Companies Act (B.C.)   1897 and Amending Acts.
Capital $250,000, in 25,000 Shares of $10.00 Each
Ten thousand shares are now offered for public subscription at $10.50 Der share including a premium of fifty cents per share, the whole payable as follows:
On a block of Ten shares, which is the minimum subscription.
Payable on Application���$15.00, being 10 per cent, and the premium of 50 cents per shar
Payable on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance, $S0.00, being payable in eiglit equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS.
The following, signatories to the articles and memorandum of association and others, havi
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.). A, L. KENDALL, Esq., M. d,
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., .M. D. W. S. HOLLAND, Esq., (Insurance Agent
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). J. A. FLETT, Esq., (Hardwa .��� Merchant)'
H. A. EASTMAN, Esq. N'ew Westminster.
Mr, A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the exercise of th
option now held by the Company upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers, Auditors,
Eastern Townships Bank, Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell,
Vancouver, B.C. Chartered   Accountants,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Secretary,  A.  Farmer,  Esq. Temporary  Offices,   322   Cambie' St.,   Vancouver, B. c,
PROSPECTUS.
This company is formed for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with absolutely clean and
pure milk of the highe.-t quality, free from drugs aud deleterious germs.   The need of such uppk- |s
so well known that there is no need to dilate on this question, the plans of the Companj having the
earnest support of the Medical Society, tlie Provincial and City Health Officers, and evei . |n ,\lQ
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the wcl] known Cruickshank Farm al Matsqui
close to the C. P. It., and on the route of the Chilliwack train line.   This  property comprises  640   icn    ol
which -100 acres are in a high state of cultivation, and the balance Is rich pasture.   It is propo    ||
thoroughly modem barns with emu ut floors throughout, well  ventilated and lighted, and a modern    .    ,|
bottling plant, shipping by special refrigerator car to Vancouver every day.
The price to be given for the farm is $76,000, or about $117 per acre,  a  very  low li- . lering
the quality of the land, the Improvements and the situation.    It would be hard to find    a farm
adapted for the   purpose of a large modern dairy.   The terms of purchase are $35,000 cash, and th
ance In fully-paid shares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized from the sale of 10,000 shares now offered, then  w     .      n
$75,000 after paying the cash portion of the price of the farm property.   It is believed thai this
will  be sufficient for. the erection of the necessary buildings and equipment and the purchase ���
cows, especially selected  after can ful examination.
THE NkED OF A PURE MILK SUPPLY.
The City has no authority al thi presenl time to Inspdci any dairies outside die City. T i C< tn;
proposes to give ii this authority, so far as its own lams and premises are concerned, and will v. mi
such inspection at all times,   it also : reposes to ask the .Medical AssoclaUoh to a; point a comn _���
spectlon.
The City records of 1907 show l (s deaths of babies under twelve months' ol I, and medic,.1 men haw
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent... or say f_3, of these deaths are directly traceable to milk,
either drugged or contaminated at time of consumption. It is needless to say that 148 does not by any
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as ii. is tlie number of thosi tinder twelve months ol
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected in Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion Government authorities, only two samples reach 3 .������ per cent., which is the average Canadian perci nl '
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as elttier watered or Bkimmed, and were oi
:', per cent., which is the Vancouver City standard.
THE  PRESENT  DIFFICULTIES.
The average farmer and milk vendor is perhaps unaware of the need of the most scrupulous cleanllnesi
in every detail in the handling and delivery of milk, and lacks the necessary capital for the erection ol
cement floored barns, properly lighted and ventilated, the equipment of refrigerating and bottling macnh>
ery, and the employment of men technically trained in what is now recognized as a business requiring
scientific care and management.
Without a supply of natural ice, or the means of artificial refrigeration, milk cannot be kepi dining the
period of twenty-four to forty-eight hours which elapses between milking and delivery, without the aid of
powerful preservatives, such as formaldehyde, etc. This drug prevents milk turning sour, even If exptS-1
to the sun, but this and other preservatives are very dangerous.
WHAT THE  HYGIENIC  MILK  COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity, lt does not
propose to pasteurize milk, which at best is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that pasteurized milk Is not pure milk; it ls only Impure milk which
has been renovuted, aud the impurities to a greater or less extent removed.
The very fact that milk needs pasteurizing Is in Itself a suspicious circumstance. This Company never
Intends having milk on any of its premises In need of renovation, as it will ketp only healthy cows, which
will be under constant veterinary supervision; the milk, when produced, will be pure and absolutely clean,
and will be kept in that condition until delivered to the consumer.
Immediately after milking, the milk will be aerated and cooled to a temperature of 38 degrees, put Insfal
ed bottles and delivered at tho doors of customers exactly as It left the farm, and at the same temperature; this will prevent the need of drugs In summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the propagation of injurious bacteria in the milk, to which is attributable the enormous Infantile mortality in the
City and district.    .
MANAGEMENT.
Arrangements have been completed to secure the services of a well knowD dairy expert as general innn-
ager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries In Canada, and has mattes
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of cattle.
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing out
the well known fact that all tho dairy farmers In the district have been for many years doing very well indeed, and the milk distributors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with malting a pK>B
of $100 per day all last summer.
It Is well known that In no part of Canada can cow feed be produced   cheaper  than  In  the    i'oW,,r
Eraser Valley, and as similar companies In the United Stutes, which sell their milk at lower prices thivn
are current here, pay good dividends, there Is no reason why this Company should not do the same,
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices In handling the feed, manure, etc., etc., should <,B"M
the higher wages of this Coast. *
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but It will be obviously impossible to get this number In �� >
vear.
nnd while every effort wlll be made to deliver milk by June, before Una hot weather begins, It Is doubtful 1
more than 100 cows can ibe obtained by men and the necessary barm, and buildings completed,   in -��'   ���
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and It   '��   D
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least the first year of operation, a
as there will be probnbly many people of small means In urgent need of this milk, tbe shares have
PUt at a price, and on terms, within the reach of all.
Prior to incorporation the following gentlemen signified their intention of becoming shareholders:
SIMON J. TUNSTALL, M. D.
.lOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. ORIFFBN,
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
F. M. LOO AN.
F. H. CLOVER.
A. L. KENDALL, M. D.
H. D. GILLIES, M. D.
O. M. JONES, K.It.CS.. Victoria,
CHAS. M. MACDONALD.
J,   W.   BLAND,  V.  S.
A. P. I'UOCTI.R, M. D.
W.  E. BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L. D. TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H. OUNN.
J. W. Deli. FERRIS.
P. CAKTI-R-COTTON.
A. C WELLS, Chilliwack.
If.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H. O. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.S,
D.   R.  KERR. Victoria.    '
h. T. DUPONT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON. Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J. J. LOGAN.
H. S. ROLSTON.
RICHARD S. KURD.
D, THOS. TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,i. j. jones, Westminster.
H, L, EDMONDS, Westminster.
A,  FLETT.
P. ROWE.
IM.   P.  THOMSON-
H, A. EASTMAN, Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWB j turn mall received ati p, m
���  Prospectuses  and   forms  for  application for shares can bo  obtained  from
HOPE, GRAVELEY & CO.,  Ltd., 32.. Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia- or-
H. A. EASTMAN, New Weshninsto'
���TZTW.TOBBBI MARCH 30, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOJ8 SEVEN
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Having determined to retire from business in New Westminster, I now announce that I intend to sell out
the whole of my stock, comprising
Men'
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and Shoes, Haberdashery, &c.
at prices that will be remembered as long as the present generation exists.
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I was the first to originate Bargain Sales, that have proved to be so advantageous to the many
residents of this city and district; and now having determined to retire, the goods at this my
final sale will more than eclipse the greatest bargains that I have ever offered in the past.
MY STOCK IS ALL NEW
My large spring orders for the best goods from the Eastern markets have arrived, and these I
intend to sell as if the goods were an encumbrance, and practically
Give Away the Best of Clothing For a Song
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I do not intend to quote prices yet, but am now ready to prove to you that I intend all that I
say, and* more.
COME TO-DAY AND MAKE YOUR OWN PRICES; I'll be ready for you. Tell your
friends the bargains you get, and my stock will soon disappear, to the great benefit of the men
and boys of this city.
The Westminster Clothing Company
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
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MONDAV
Ladies!
When you're housecleaning you'll
come across a lot of China that
isn't worth keeping.
REPLACE it with New. Prett,.
and Inexpensive CHINA from
Moreys
COLUMBIA STREET
A   NEW  LOT JUST  IN.
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WARCH 30,,��
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevant's Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Hollywood
Mixed
Paint
It costs no more to
put on a GOOD
paint than a poor
one.   In buying the
HOLLYWOOD
you are getting the
BEST.
"Wears on the job-
not off."
FOUR LACROSSE TEAMS
FORM THE SENIOR LEAGUE
1
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B-   C,
$250.00 CASH
and the remainder on easy terms, will buy
two of the finest cleared residential lots on
Second street and Third avenue; half a
block from tram.
This offer is good only for this week.
(Continued .rom Page One.)
sands to the grounds to witness    the i
four games of the tournament.
C. A. A. U. Painter Is Cut.
Secretary Lynch was instructed to
confer with the officers of the B. C.
Amateur  Athletic  union   with  regai-,1
to the professionalization of athletes. |
As far as this province is concerned, j
no allegiance will in future be given i
to the C. A -A. U., which last year, j
through   the   medium   of  its   p'rovin- !
cial representative, Smith, of Vancou- j
ver, placed 36 lacrosse players under
the ban for   taking   part   in   games
against the Toronto  Tecumsehs.      a |
strictly provincial athletic union will
govern the   different   athletic   clubs i
throughout  B.  C,  and to  this    body I
alone will the lacrosse clubs of tne!
coast give heed.
Their Annual Threat.
'The lineup of the Westminster team '
J
this season will be the same as last
year, no changes being contemplated
at the present time.   A number of the
old brigade boys have arrived at their
annual irrevocable decision that they
will not sticklintullc th's year, but no
anxiety is felt on this score.
Lacrosse Schedule for 1908.
.May 24���Maple Leaf at Westminster.
.May 2-1���Vancouver at Victoria.
May 30���Victoria at Maple Leaf.
June 6���Westminster at Victoria.
June 6���Vancouver at Maple Leaf.
June 13���Victoria at Vancouver.
June. 20���Maple Leaf at Vancouver.
June 27���Victoria at Westminster.
July 1���Westminster at Vancouver.
j July 11���Victoria at Maple Leaf.
j July 18���Maple Leaf at Victoria.
j July   18���Vancouver   ;M   Westminster.
July 25���Maple Leaf at Vancouver.
July  25���Victoria at Westminster.   ..
August 1���Westminster at Maple Leif.
August S���Maple Leaf at Westminster,
August 15���Westminster at Vancouver
j August 15���Maple Leal' at Victoria.
August 22���Victoria at  Vancouver.
August 29���Vancouver at Westminster.
September 7���Westminster   at   Maple
Leaf.
September  7���Vancouver at  Victoria.
. September 12���Westminster   at Victoria.
September 19���Vancouver   at    Maple
Leaf. .
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Gifts no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it it pure.
Get WINDSOR.
164W
Sis Does Funny Stunts.
"Sis in New York" is the title of the
offering which comes to' the open
house on Wednesday, April 1, and it
reveals the merry Hoosier lass in a
new role. A visit to the great, metropolis permits of many chances for fu.i,
and Sis runs the gamut from shaking
hands with "Oscar" of the Waldorf-
Astoria, mailing a souvenir post card
in the fire alarm box and nearly causing a riot, to trying to stop the trolley cars by standing on the track. Sh.
takes with her Lhe characters that
have followed her through her laughing adventures since the author discovered her down in Posey county,
Indiana. Sis in her new play ought
to be a winner.
REGULARS ON SCENE
OF TREADWELL STRIKE
Treadwell, Alaska, March 29.���The
transport Peterson arrived this morning from Fort W. H. Seward with
"ompany K of the Tenth infantrv,
numbering forty-eight men. Captain
Baylies is in command. The regulars
are here in response to a demand for
men to protect the Treadwell mine
from violence threatened by Btrikers. |
The soldiers have been quartered
In company, buildings. Pickets have
been placed and there has been no;
trouble, as the strikers are orderly.
Xo immediate clash is feared at this
time.
The Humboldt  and   City of Seattle]
landed   sixty  men  to  take  the   places
of strikers today.
Register today.
NOTICE.
Get on the voters' list.
The members of Royal and Granice
lodges, K. of P.. and visiting brethren, are requested to meet at tie.'
Castle Hall, Columbia street, on Monday (today), at 1:30 p. ni��� to attend
the funeral of our late brother, Clarence  Kennedy.
By order of  the  C   C.'s.
M.   W.   M1NTHORNE,
K. of R. & S.. Royal lodge.
F. P. MAXWELL,
K. of R. & S��� Granite lodge.
Malins,Coulthard & Co.Ltd.;
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department    .
ALARMING ! !
Have a peep at our ALARM CLOCK WINDOW,
Then come inside and be properly ALARMED.
AT
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN, Th�� J"��'"
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Electric Railway Service II
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5: CO a, in. Last
car Knives at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sappetin Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
'In- hour, commencing at G:_0
a. in.
8unday Service   iiair-nouriy between 8.30 a.m. und 11 p.m.
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ;;
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BUY A
Lakeview
Garden
and secure a 5 or 10 acre block of
the finest of deep, rich, black
garden soil.
Ideal sites for v country homes,
splendid scenery, boating and fishing.
Graded roads past every block.
Clear streams of water give ample
supply for buildings.
Prices $ ISO to $250 per acre
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Terms, 1-4 cash, balance spread |
over 3 years of easy payments.       i:
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Better secure a block before too i I
late.
New Westminster, Vancouver and Chilliwack, B. C J |
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CRISP
FRESH
Dress Muslins
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN
THE NEW PATTERNS
Harmonious blending of colors and dainty designs an  featu
our wash goods that strike the fancy of particular women.   Man ���
expression of delight  is heard concerning our disniav of a-... f.i
���    ���       ���? .ion liturics
No store Is showing a better array of these much used materials th
ours.   Let your select-tins be made  early while the goods are f
nnd clean.
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0/0$. &4toijiw Goods i
ill
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Cotton Delainettes
in   particularly  appropriate .mal.   patterns for children's    ���   ���-
splendid  washing qualities.    Par yard    10c,  12', 2c, 15c and 20c
Colored Hair Cord Muslins
In light grounds with a gi-.at variety of floral designs: exceptional
values for low price muslins.    Per yard   12' 2c. 15c, 20c and 25c
Flowered Organdies
In grounds of various tints with j.erfect reproductions of flowen
printed thereon In most natur.il colors We are showing dozen: of
new patterns, most economically priced.   Per yard . . 17c. 20c. 25c. 35c
Colored and White
DRESS LINENS
There Is a great demand for linens for dress costumes and want's.
In our new showing are bleached and white Butcher Jinens, colored
costume linens, round thread costume linens and striped Hollands,
widths H6 Inches.   Per yard - 25c. 35c. 40c, 50c and 60c
The Wash Goods Department
Is filled to overflowing with complete stocks of lawns (PersiM
and Victoria), voiles, piques, ducks, 'drills, best English prints, simmer wool delaines, Oxfords, chambrays, etc., ready for any demand
for women's and children's dress materials.
W.S.ColKsterXCo
/
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
SEE Our Crockery Counter
FOR   BARGAINS
Cake, and Bread and Butter Plates
at cost.
Any article in window for 50c
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
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I FOR SALE.....
|        Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
| deliver to any part of the city.
* C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
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