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 IMite, Shiles & Co.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,' B.  C,   TUESDAV .MORNLVG, MARCH 24, 19 08.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
JJUKjER BANQUETS    LARGE CONCERN LOOKS
COMMERCIAL FRIENDS  TOWARD WESTMINSTER
���Congenial Spirits Toast H. Aid. Fader Whispers Secret
F Brine at Russell Hotel of Importance-Big Ocean
Jsentimentand Speeches:!    Vessels Headed This Way.
lrouud the banquet tajle last even-
'., t_e Russell hotel, while chaiii-
je flowed like water, many een-
lal spirits rose and expressed in
Brds humorous and eloquent their
for the success of W-Stmin-
hotel under the rna.ii-
ac-
tsm ^^
tier's iKtl.iti.il t^-^-^mmmmmmmmmmmmm
minent of their old friend and
Harry   F.  Brine,  who  is
ng for the lease of the
ten     .'.ears     from     Aid.
hails  from  Charlotte-
while in the niari-
mjlnta-ce,
piw negotla
jjMtelr)' for
Fader.   Harry
E. I., an
ivheie he was identi-
A mysterious industry, vast in its
scope, operating large ocean vessels,
and backed by almost unlimited capital, is to locate its headquarter, in
.New Westminster in the near future.
This momentous announcement was
sprung upon the aldermen of the city
last evening by Aid. Fader, with his
most mysterious of airs. What the industry is or in what part of the world
the company is at present doing busi-
i ess, are questions whose answers are
still shrouded In the grey mist of fu-
li'rity, which none in this city I ut
Aid, Fader is capable of dispersing.
The company, he states, is doing business and on a larg; scale, and had
looked over II. C. for a suitable site,
villi desirable shipping facilities, and
��� this city was the choice. Here they
I could bring their largest vessels with
town.   ^^
time province ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ted with man) of the best hotels,  he
|de   numerous    friendB    .nd    few
-,,,,;,���..   Hearing of his new venture,
U. coieman and B.  M.  Farreli,   two
Hoiitreal boys,  while    in  Vancouver
trnfHu.il the idea of gathering    to-
���ethir smiie J his old acquaintances     	
Harry a rousing start off.lease, here they find all the other re-
that last night over a | culsltes    needed    in   their  business.
Nothing will be asked from the city
excepi what the concfern is prepared
to pay for.
WHS FAMOUS REPORT
DltS A NATURAL DEATH
Chairman   of  Police Committee  Withdraws Sensational
Report  Because  Sentiment  Is   Against   It-
American Telephone Company Offers
to Instal Up-to-Date System.       1
BASEBALL FANS MAY
SEE THREE-TEAM LEAGUE
Sapperton Has Material for
Strong Nine ��� Columbian
College in the Field.,
the
new
ad giving
I iv.-ah I as ^^^^^^^^^^
(ton old friends gathered at
festal boar I to do honor to the
wroager, i
Following a toothsome dinner,
served in the style for which the
h.telry has already become noted on
tie coast the toastmaster of the
evening, W. J. Full;. wearlngvthe uni- j
form of tiit Prince Edward island
ptla, sword and all, arose and an-
jounced the opening    chorus,    "The j Dayton  Provides $2240  For Publicity
LITTLE WASHINGTON TOWN
NOT AFRAID TO ADVERTISE
Very quietly, without debate or
bane of trumpets, tbe report ot .^ld.
Fader on the proper steps to be'
adopted to cope with immorality In
the city, was withdrawn last evening
tv its originator. Aid. Fader accompanied his withdrawal with the simple
announcement that he. had decided on
this step, after learning that the
members of the council board were
opposed to its contents, and that he
had instructed the chief of police to
do his best to drive the scarlet women
out of town with the fores at present
nl his disposal, and to, so far as possible, avoid cases that would involve
the city in heavy damage suits.
The report proposed the raising of
a sum of $32,500 for the driving out of
the women, and the engaging of a
large number of special police; or as
an alternative, should this prove in-
i ffective, the permitting of the existence of a restricted district,  The   re.
bb.^'JQ TIRED
TO WIN iS/IONSHIP
The Columbian College Lads
Lose Out in Basketball
Tournament.
the original  motion being    rescinded
for the purpose.
The   council   passed   a   motion  formally   inviting the   Arctic    explorer,''
Capt. Amundsen, to visit the city and
deliver a lecture on his travels.
A needed sewer for Chinatown
caused some discussion,it being pointed out that the Orientals were now
discharging their sewerage Into the
open drain, a most unsanitary state1
of affairs. The board of works was
given power to act in the matter, with
the understanding that while the city
would do the work, the property owners would have to pay for the pipe.
Communications.
B. C. Electric Hallway company,
asking permission to erect a waiting
room at the corner of Columbia street
i.iul i he distillery road, Sapperton, in
compliance with the request of the
citizens of the district. Permission
was granted.
F. .1. Lynch, pressing his complaint
Purposes���Harriman  System  is
Assisting  in Campaign.
Dayton,    March    23.���Co-operating
char-] y.jti, lne Harriman system, the Dayton
Jerry Widow," in which the com-
|jn; assembled blended their voices
iHhi the strains of the orchestra.
S(*_s. comic  and   sentimental,    foi-
IbweJ in   quick    succession,    inter-
Breed with toasts original in
Bier and sufficient  in    dumber    to j Commercial   club   and   llooster    club
; every guest at least once to his   i,..ve undertaken to provide for the ex-
t in reply.   The speeches were ex- j pencilture of $2240 for advertising Day-
res-Ive of the regard in which    the; ton an_ Columbia county.     ���
leakers held  Harry   Bri.e,  reminis-     The publicity..plan1   ndvocated    by
Wit of the merry days of the  past, j William   "i3ittle    Wis,'    advertising
l-l optimistic  of  the"    future.      To-
Wed by   Am,) Dang Syne" and the
���Clonal Anthem.   Many of ffie visi-
m remained In the city for the night,
it* piesta of E, .1. Fader, others re-
JM��ed to Vancouver In an automobile.
������ Brine, replying to the toast
0 the new proprietor of the Russell
Quaked the hoys heartily    for    the
Wlments they had expressed. West-
n:ln8*r. he said, he had decided
Me his home
'"melf to the
a. well
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      manager   for   t*e   Harriman   nome-
Ihrt8 midnight the company joined I seekers' bureau and accepted by the
Ji the singing of that tender ballad. I Booster's club, Is most complete In
IM* I Lay Me Down to Sleep," foi-1 cverj. detail. It calls for the publication of 20,000 booklets of sixty-four
pages, descriptive of this section of
the state, the publication of exhaustive articles in Abroad and Sunset, a
page advertisement in Sunset for one
year; the publication of 10,000 copies
of a folder giving condensed information and colonists' rates to Dayton.
The benefit of the co-operation   of
to | the Harriman system with the Day-
and he would devote, ton  Booster club  Is estimated at an
interests  of Ihe  city j additional $3000.   The plans are per-
one  haps the most extensive ever underlie sug-' tcken by a town of this size In Wash-
, business men should   ii,K.on.
"u" lo keep ,he commercials in | -	
least one    night,    which
M to  the    hotel.    As
\m��* of assisting the city
F��N that tl,
Ike city al
,01��d not only
Ning hotel
toned, bm
Iter
,,.;'"��� pade, replied to th<
"���"ntoit-i and its
m thnt the city
*>* than it
i,gK1 '"'hl,"l because It required new
b��8lne.8, that new life had
help to maintain the
's  it  should  be main-
would advertise Westmlu-
"vr> the whole continent.
toast of
future, pointing
bad a bigger outlook
,V,,|' had before,   it had
I *�� m lt���
Ittae
an<| W
|,"",,nR and
if'own. u'r"ln,,Mt*>M ooatatto
"'' "Ned of big Industries
"UUim r i '" ,'<"1U' an'1 P^-agod a
Jl!     ,Ul^forthe HoyalClty.
Wu! '"",'1" wari Captain Miller.
ni;i;N7'"'-..r:nr.r,abyiJ.Hy
"      '/-Ogilvie, Q|ptn|��� Rortr
'''"Hi, of  Vancouver;   L.
fcWeder7" r��� *****   and   W'   G'
ion ii ,,;" Westminster; A. simp-
Nt��r*-' "��� M ftuwUr-a P.
li
Levy,
|��lck, w, j
>;niow,   v
"lid 11
Montreal, and l_. vine-
Oni_
ley. of Toronto.
Ottotv.
I(orm'lck
i no
.Mn
to
nrcn ^S,���Andrew   Mr
"m  ��* the Ottawa
rmen, is dead,
valley
TOBACCO PLANTERS AIE
AWED INTO SUBMISSION
Lexington. Ky., March 2:..���Because
of warning letters and visits from
night riders, many farmers in nearly
all of the forty-two counties In the
White-Burley tobacco distrlcl are busily destroying their tobacco I eds, and
nl the same time less than one-third
<��t the number usually planted have
been started.
Ih many counties huge signs have
I' en erected on buildings and In high
I laces nearby, declaring the Intention
cr the farmer not lo raise a crop this
.i a'son.
Realizing the difficulty in making a
living for their families In case the
decision to raise no tobacco is adhered
to, many tenunt farmers are preparing to move to other states, while
many farm-owners have placed their
l roperty on the market with the avowed purpose of leaving Kentucky.
port was allowed to te withdrawn i with lespect to the condition of the
without opposition, the aldermen ap- ravine on Clarkson street. The sew-
parently hailing its removal with un-jeiage from Mr. Cunningham's build-
alloyed  pleasure. ! |j_g was making a cess pool of the ra
in committee Aid. Fader announced vine. Referred to health committee,
that an American company had made v ith power to act.
a proposal to him to install a thor- j An interesting communication ap-
oughly up to date telephone system in j.i-ared over the signature of W. D.
the city, if the city would grant them Tarrott, with respect to an order from
9 franchise. If the council were will- j the plumbing inspector to put the sink
ing to discuss the matter with them, into sanitary condition, to put in a
they would come over and meet the giease trap and ventilation pipes
council, fhe council evidently was'through the house roof. As there is
ir, favor of having a better service no drainage system near the property,
than that at present given, and a mo-! the writer understands that he is in-
tion was unanimously passed that Aid.-"1 tended to connect the sewage with the
Fader communicate with the parties' clouds, either that or the Inspector
and arrange a meeting with the coun- ts interested ln selling grease traps.
cil. Mr. Parrott absolutely refuses to put
Aid. Gray reported that Mr. halse, la a grease trap or put pipes through
secretary of the B. C- Telephone com- tie roof to connect with sewers. Re-
pany, had been in the city and looked ferred to chairmen of the health corn-
over the ground with a view to meet- mlttee and the board of works,
ing the request that the wires -be re- \ W.A. Duncan, secretary of the board
moved from Columbia street onto the' or license commissioners, wrote in-
lanes and Frofft street. It had been forming the council of .the action of
suggested the poles on Front street the board at their recent meeting rec-
H used, the parties concerned paying cmmendlng the Increase in the price
their share of the cost of maintenance, of licenses and the restriction of the
but this the C. P. R. had flatly re- number to be issued to fifteen until
fused. .Mr. Halse had suggested that the population reaches 20,000. The
a meeting be held with the city and proposed license fees are: For hotels,
B C. E. R. officials to consider the $<M per annum; saloons, $600 per
���natter. Aid. Gray was given power ot.nura; wholesale, $100. Referred to
to act in the case. j the finance committee to report, "and
The city also decided to grant a the clerk instructed to ask the corn-
lease of a strip of waterfront to the missioners to meet the council on Frl-
liult  canning concern  from  Belling-   day night.
ham which has now definitely con- j D. E. MacKenkie, market clerk, sub-
eluded to locate here. The property mitted the statement of receipts for
v 111 be above the bridge and the. the months of January and February,
agreement will contain a stipulation totalling $38005. Filed for reference,
that the building erected must be a I A petition, signed by E. W. May and
creditable one. ! seventeen others, was read, asking for
The money bylaws for the raising of i the clearing and grading of Tenth
villous sums aggregating $175,000 by j street, between Eighth avenue and
the issuing of debentures for street, | Tenth avenue. Referred to the beard
fire, water, market, and public school of works. Aid. Jardine stated that
improvements, respectively, were read this petition had already been report-
tile first time by title. They will be ed on, and laid over pending the pass-
tend ln detail and fully discussed at ing of the money bylaws,
the next meeting. Reports.
A deputation waited 09 the council      The following reports were adopt-
That baseball is to run lacrosse, the
national  sport,  a  close race  for  the
premier   position   In   sporting   circles
In this city during the coming season
k. evidenced by the fact that a proposition  which  has  been  mooted  for
some time among the followers of the
mitted game, and which, briefly, aims|i_
at the organizing of a three team se-1
nior league for" this city, is. now as-1
Burning definite shape, and will l.e iiis-1
I cussed at the forthcoming meeting of
the Westminster Baseball club.    The
success of the league will depned to a I
j ; 1 t-at extent upon  the support   given j
I to   the new teams  by the patrons of
the sport.
The league will be composed of
teams representing the city, Sapperton and Columbia college, the latter
laving sufficient material to draw up-
iii to warrant it in contesting with
ihe existing team for the supremacy
of baseball In Westminster. Last
year the college succeeded in defeating the city seniors on several occasions early In the s.ason, although
later the city lads had everything
their own way on the diamond. Sapperton is said to be able to bring for-
vvnrd first class men, having a number of good ball players at Millside
to draw upon, including McRae, the
ex-Winnipeg pitcher, who has announced his intention of playing here
this season.
Should the three team league pro-
liosition be realized, a first class nine
three teams, would be selected to represent Westminster in matches
against outsiders.
JUDGE HOWAY TO LECTURE
ON DISCOTEIY OF FRASER
Columbian college lost, the junior
basketball championship of British
Columbia last night to the Y. M. C- A.
(Vancouver) students' team by 22 to
S. The game was the fastest and
roughest junior game ever witnessed
B. C, and it is doubtful whether
many senior games are as interesting.
it is conceded, even in Vancouver,
that the college had the best team in
the tournament, and that if it had not
been for their preceding game., and
the Y.M.C.A. being fresh, they would
not have lost.
At half time the score was 7 lo 4
against the locals. Points scored for
the college were: Kenny, 4; Smith,
2, H. Gifford, 2. The Columbian lineup was: Guards, Betts, H. Gifford;
centre, Robson; forwards, Kenny,
Smith.
This game was the last and  moet
important of ihe four played -Monday
evening. Those preceding were:  First,
at *'.::_ 0, Revelstoke vs. Y. M. C. A. employed, score US to 5 in favor of Van-
j couver.    SeconH, at 8:30, College vs.
; V. A. C, score 27 to 8 In favor of the
j college.    This  game  which   preceded
i that against the Y. M. C. A. fatigued
j the Westminsters.    They only fooled
j with the V. A. C-, and if they had let
i themselves out could have doubled the
\ score,  still  this  game  put  them  out
! of condition for their next.
Third, V. A. C. vs. Y. M. C. A. em-
1 ployed, score 38 to 10 in favor of the
I Y   M. C. A.
The standing of the five teams Is:
P.   W.
Y. M. C. A. (Students).... 4     4
Columbian college   4     3
Y. JU. C. A. (Employed).... 4      2
L.
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1
2
3
4
Copy of Famous explorer's  Journal
Will Furnish Interesting "'acts
in Connection with1 Voyage.
- At the Invitation of the Art,
Historical and Scientific association,
hi? honor Judge Howay will lecture
in Vancouver this evening at 8:15. The
meeting will be held in the Aberdeen
school on Burrard street, and will be
open to everyone, without any collection or admission fee.
Tbe subject which will be dealt with
hi' the Judge, will be the "Attempts to
Find the Fraser River by Water and
Land," and a large space will, of
course, be devoted to Simon Fraser's
voyage down the river in 1808. Being
the possessor of a copy of Fraser's
Journal, the judge will deal with marly
of the exciting Incidents .of fhe expedition, and will give the explorer's own
description of some of them.
V. A. C  4
Revelstoke   4
The Shamrocks, of Victoria, challenged the winners, but were not accepted. A chartered car carried over
a crowd of students to cheer their
team. A return is to be played before
tbe close of the season with the champions by the school boys.
FIGHTING KJ.S Will OE
VERY SEVERELY PUNISHED
Benchers    Attend    Secret     Meeting
Where Disgraceful Scene in Court
Is  Discussed.
"""'���' lumber
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'This Is My 56th Birthday"
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elected
the son
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"''"'* 0,a. he became an
'"' pursued bis
/
George  Clausen.
'"'��� the Kngiish landscape painter who was
\eade111lcn11, was   born   In   London,   March "21.   185
Ve artist, or some  note.     In   I*<m.  when   he
ui 'student In the South Kensington
.Indies in Paris under Ihe direction of
recently
was
3_
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-In committee from the Westminster
Creamery company, objecting to the
motion passed at the last meeting,
granting them only a five years' leaBe
of a portion of the market building
Instead of the ten years they had
asked.
Capt. Mayers stated that the creamery people had expended u great deal
if money on the creamery and were
prepared to spend much more, but did
nol Peel justified in doing so nnder
less 1 ban 11 ten years' lease.
Acting Mayor Shiles explained that
the in-law only permitted the council  to give 11  least! of live .wars, but
cd: The light committee recommended tbe payment of the account of J.
V Nellson for $27.60. The water committee recommended the payment of
the following accounts: Neptune Meter Co., $35; J. M. Kenny, $2; .1. F.
Nellson, $71.60. The poiice committee recommended the acceptance of
the tender of J. N- Altchlson for the
rupply of police clothing ot $:io per
suit, and $7.75 for extra pants.
Tolstoi Convalescent.
Moscow,    March    2.:.���Reports    received    here    today    from    Yasnaya,
there might be a clause to the effect ; Polyana, say Uint the'health olNCoimt
Leo Tolstoi, who has been 111 with the.
grippe for several days, has been re-
r.tored and that he is again al work
pud taking daily exercise.
Later
r" inCl',11""*'"'1'''11"-   HI-thorough training help  Mr. Clausen
l'i,,l);i,l|v J"'" very 6arly In hi-   career  as   11   master of  technl.u'
r;;|li'"l v.,' ' '"'Hl  '���"<nvn Dlctilrc Is the "(Hrl nl  the dale." which
"���'itHi| <'iw'' r      '''  '"'l C','IU('H'   Mr Cum-8- won medals ai the Par's
I   'l';::        If'Mil and l.rin  ..�� u... ��._��-.,,'_ rninmhlan exposition
to
is
I  111,
1900, at iba World's Columbian expo.
;��������::���:::���:���..,.,
,:i:: ��li int rnnilonal exhibition In 1879. ;<,;
thai the lease may be renewed al the
end Of the term for anothe. live years
oa   the  same  conditions.
T. .1. Trapp referred to the work of
|| the Institution; and its benefits to the
city. They had started off on a ten
vui'r basis, but would be satisfied
v!th a five year lease, with the privilege of renewal for another five years.
On motion of Aid, Johnston, It was
resolved that tho lease be granted for
live years, v Ith tho privilege of renewal for a further term of five years,
Blew Up Newspaper.
Itock Island, Ills./. March _:).���The
Dally News office was dynamited early this morn'ng. The press room was
ladly damaged. The paper has been
attacking gamblers and advocating
local license.1,   N0 one was Injured.
year
London, March 23.���As a sequel to
the scene In the lord chief justice's
court, when blows were exchanged between two well known King's counsel,
Mr. Rosklll and Mr. Vesey Knox, an
Inquiry was held at the Inner Temple.
Among the benchers who received
notices to attend was Lord Loreburn,
the lord chancellor. The meeting was
held ln one of tbe chambers of the
temple, above the offices of the treasurer and collec^pr. It was strictly private. Witnesses of the Incident in the
court were examined, including, lt la
understood, the solicitor-general (Sir
8. T. Evans), who was a friend ot both.
parties, and Is believed to have used
his good offices to bring about a re-
  conciliation,   lt ls rumored that   t&*t
Baseball Challenge is Accepted.     j benchers Intend to promulgate a sent-
The challenge thrown out on Sat- enoe upon the two learned gentlemen
nrday  by  the  Wise boarding  house  which will astonish the public by its
to play any other boarding house or | severity, and which wlll appear to the
lay mind as being far too heavy for an
offence committed in the heat of the
moment. \
In view of the fact that this'
Is the centennary of the discovery and
exploration of the river by Fraser, the
.object ls a live one, ami will no doubt
prove very attractive. The lecture
conies at a very opportune time In
new of the proposal to celebrate In
this city, In some way, the centennary
of Fraser's voyage, In connection with
ibe annual exhibition.
business   Institution    In    the  city  aj
game of  baseball    for    a  trophy, Is
hereby  accepted  by    the    Dominion
Trust block residents and employees,
time and place of meeting to be arranged. The Trusty team will con-
ssi of; Smith, p.; Ilrasch, c.; Johnston,   lb.;   McKenzie,  2b.;   Cook,   ss.;
Graham, 8b.; Anderberg, rf."; . Mc-
Arthur, cf.; Montelth, If.; Coverall,
.pare; Luce, manager; Byeer, mascot.
lir dgeport, Conn.. March 24���Fanny
i'losby, the- blind writer of many
lobular hymns, Is eighty-eight years
old today. For 11 number of years
Miss Crosby has been a resident of
thlB city, living at the home of a relative. She Is the author of nearly
4000 hymns, niany of wh'ch ara known
throughout the English-speaking
world. She han-lieen blind since she
wns six "months old.
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HUNDRED8 ARE DROWNED.
Tokyo, March 2H���The Matsu
Maru, a !K)0-ton coasting
steamer belonging to the Yusen
Kaisha line, was sunk in collision with the Htdeyoshl Marii
of 696 tons at 2:30 o'clock this
morning, two mlleB off Todo-
hokke, near Hakodate. The
captain of the Matsu Maru, a
majority of her 244 passengers
and 43 of the crew perished.
The Hldeyoshi i��aru and another steamer rescued n few
survivors. ,
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDA'.
PRINCE RUPERT IS TO
UNDERGO CHANGES
Architects From Aesthetic
Boston Wiil Lay Out a
Model City.
That the first surveys of the town-
sits Of Prince Rupert, made at considerable cost, are practically worthless in view of lhe new idea of a
model city laid out by landscape artists, is the report brought down to-
day from the north. It is stated that
the Boston architects who iecentiy
visited the new townsite decided that
If their ideas of laying out the town
$rere to be carried out in their delightful entirety new surveys would
have to be m_vde.
As the railway company Is paying
something for the benefit of the
aesthetic tastes and experience of the i
Boston men, it has been decided that
the old surveys shall be forgotten and '
that new ones must be made in ac- ,
cordance with the new plan While
this decision will he welcomed by the
future citizens of Prince Rupert, it
has proved rather disturbing���and
will be more so���to those who have
already erected bull.lings on sites
granted provisionally by the Grahd
Trunk Pacific authorities. Many of
t!u buildings now standing are. on
ground which will lie a public park
when the magicians from Massachusetts get through interfering with nature in the rough. The consequence
Is that the buildings will have to be
moved when the new survey is
finished.
BOVRIL
is concentrated Health
and strength. Taken
at any time it, enables
you to pick up health
and strength more
quickly than any other
food.
UNION   MADE
-CANT BE BEAT."
-WHAT?"
Sausages,   Head [Cheese,
Jellied Veal.
THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietora.
REMOVAL
NOTICE
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Railroad King Jackets |
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HAMILTON   HAS  AN
UNEMPLOYED  PROBLEM
Westminster Iron Works
Removed to Tenth St., between Power House and
Galbraith's Factory.
In plain Blue Denim; in plain Black Dennim;
In Heart, Spade, Diamond and Club Dennim.
$ 1 ��� 2 S   the   Garment
All garments guaranteed.
PHILLIPS,
 THE	
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Hamilton, Out., March 23.���About
three hundred local unemployed met
at the market this morning and listened to speeches from Robert Rode- New Westminster,
house. Socialist, and others. Rode-
licuse declared that the unemployed
vi ould never get redress ty holding
such meetings.
The gathering was fairly orderly,
and the committee waited on Mayor
Stewart, who after listening to corn-
pi -ilnts, deplored the act:on of the
government in bringing in undesirables. It was intimated th^t tire city
might find work for the unemployed. ' On Sale at���
JOHN REIO,
Telephone  53.
P. IJ. Box 474
COOKSLEY'S   !
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-mt
IN THANKING
Our many friends for past favors, we wish to call attention to the
fact that we have no branch office in Vancouver. THE WORK IS ALL
DONE HERE.    We confidently  look for a fair share of the local
Job Printing
THE ARROW PRESS
Windsor Block, Front Street.
MRS.  E.  M. DOMINY, Proprietress.
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 1  Morey's    Bookstore    and
TWO MINERS KILLED BY at   Gamon'��   ci9ar   Divan
A BLAST AT HEDLEY ! tr Advertise the  town   we  live In
mailing Picture Post Cards to .,.
friends.
Hedley,   B.  (\,   March  23.���Another '
of those fatal  accidents, now  lecom-
tag all too frequent, occurred at the
Nickel Plate mine last Wednesday, in
which two miners, Mon. Hansen and
.another, whose name could not be
learned, lost their lives. The men
were, without the slightest warning,
blown iixto pieces by the discharge
Ot a missed shot, caused by the drill
v. hich they were operating piercing
into lt. Needless to say if they had
known the charge was there it would
have been    guarded    against.    Thus, I face, 96.00.
STofJll8 negUgBnCe "    "reteS9-'   Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  doable
ti Be of Bome one or more persons, two   case, $7.50 up.
lives were snuffed out
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two door, from   Geo. Adam*. Grocer.
Ladles'Gold Watches from 112.75 up
Gentlemen-   Stiver   Watches,   open
was  well and favorabh
Mons Hansen     ,
.   ��� . Agent for the celebrated South Bend
,...,,, Known i,bout; Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
mnceton and was a partner of John | Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted
.Peterson, in a ranch up One-Mile.
Chains, Rings, Jewatry. etc... etc.
R_eichenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and RETAIL
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���Norfolk. Va., March 2:).���An unknown .steamship went a;;hoiv early
today on Han. ras each.b nou- Dur-
rant's life saving Station, The vessel
'.truck during a heavy fog and rain. A
United states sea ���coast lelegraph
������ m n ge from Hatteras says I ie DUr-
r.-.nt life-savers bad gotten a line   to
tbe tftWMr, but  the crew had rcl'u.c
tu leave her.   The vessel appears to
be in good condition and can pro .,i   I.
Lite loafed ir immediate assistance Is
-lad. Wrecking tugs have left for tbe
scone. The steamer lies on the beach
alxiui six rnllos south of the cape.
The weather is still thick with rain
telling and light southwest wind.
Watch
able.
repairing
enarges   reason
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STREET
PUne 101
Phone 101
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Insists on Japanese  Exclusion.
. Paris, March  211.���The Temps  pub- i
lishes a long Interview which Its foreign editor, Andre Tardieu, had  with j
Representative Julius Katm, of San
Francisco, in which the American oon-
;��� less nan declare, that the Japanese I
question can be definitely settled only !
by the passage or a Japanese exclu-1
K��on bill. ,
Hoof of your house or
barn gone back on yon?
No w .nder alter the liurd winter.
Few ir*n stand it.
I'lit nn i new  one  of Ruberoid
Roofing.    No trouble then.
-tube, md is an elastic rnuling md
will Maud all kinds of weather���
heat, cold, mm, rain, wind;
bo di.t_ rrue to Ruberoid.
_ ll ia weather-proof and.
aisdwL
Will not melt, erack or rot.
Most easily applied and
no painting.
Call or write for full puotueoiers,
sample* and prioea.
Set Plre to Da-racks.
Stratford,   Ont.,    March   28.���-Fred
Bryant haa confessed setting fire   to !
Sapperton Home
Sherbrook street, looking'on the park;
6 rooms; all modern conveniences; full
sized lot; street back and front.
PRICIf,        -        -        $2100
1-3 cash,  balance extending 2 years.
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Estate
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phon*. 307
I; 270 Colombia St
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the Salvation Army barracks.   He had
turned on the gas and set fire to the i
building in several places, but the Are ���
was discovered before much   damage
v as done.   Bryant attracted attention
by publicly denouncing the Army for I
...al or fancied jcrsonal wrongs.
TJJrappsCo
ZZLIMITED
New Westminster
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
f>|. 111. OWoa, Klglun Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   I.   ��.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleyt, etc. New and
second - hand tablet and supplies In
stock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P, Q   Box ng5
Bowling Alloy, purler St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May &
Co., ^orortt*.
PURE POWDERED
Heidy (or Use In Any Quar.tltr.
Pormaklnz SOAP, aottenlnj: water, removing old paint, dMnlectlng sinks, closets
and drains and lor many other purposes.
A can equals .0 pounds Sal Soda.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
EaWaGILLETTSf^K
TORONTO.OMT.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section si .epers, luxurious dining
-ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
?_o Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
PENITEN1  \RV
SUPPLIER
SEALED TEND
specter,    0!  Pen| 1 I
and endorsed "Tei '  'H|
will be received _ . Jj��|
March,  tacluslvei J'.J
ous of contract... ,       "f
uscal year 1908-19 ',forl
institutions, nam. ��'H
Kingston Penitent! i
St. Vincent de Paul PenltsathJ
Dorchester Penil ,        *l]
Manitoba Peniten
British Columbia Pl Qi'temla
Alberta    Penitei ��_,      i
Alta. Mni0����l
Separate   tender.   m  be        J
for each  of  the  folio win. clMlJ
supplies: *Se8<
1. Coal.
2. Coal  OH.
3. Cordwood
4. Drugs.
5. Dry Good..
6. Forage.
7. Fresh  Fish
8. Fresh  Meat.
;'   ''"oceries,
Hardware.
���ther,
12. Mlik.
!        '���'- .ill'l I'aintJ
H PorkandBacJ
!����� Sole Leather.
16. Tin/, tre,
Details of info ...^
contract, togetbei
dor, will Ih. : . :
to the Wardens.
All supplies ���  ,, .:.,.
proval of the Wai
DOUGLAS  STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Ibspecto    .    Penlteatlan
Department of Ju ���
Ottawa, February 14. L9
Spokane Falls & Northern'Ry Co.
Nelson & Tt. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points cast, west and south to Ross-
j land, Nelson and intermediate points
! a-onnecting at Spokane with the Great
1 Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
I & N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the l~_.n-
. idian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary
Creek points
1    Connects  at    Meyers    FalU
j stage rSily for Repuhlir.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
(901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m.
g.40 a.m.
SEALED TENDERS addres |
the undersigned, an : endorsed "li
der  for Examining '   ise, Wi
nlpeg, Man.," will be received at t|
Office  until FRIDAY,  March 20, !<|
inclusively, for the       l  ���   I m 1
amlning    Wareho 1 WinnlpJ
Manitoba.
Plans   and   Bpec :       ins   <ap
seen and forms of I     I  ��� ���   anfeil
this  Department    -.    on  :;i;l:citJ
to Joseph Green!'!. I I, Esq., Supt. Pj
RIdps.,   Winnipeg.   Min.
Persons tendering are notified j
tenders will not be considered mi
made on the printed  form sti?pM
and   signed   with   their actual ifq
with fun'3-
Knob tender musl be acconopanltl
by an accepted cheque on a charti
e.i bank, made pay ible to th. onll
of the Honorable the Minister of Pi
lie W'orks, equal to ten per mui (J
p. c.)    of the amount, of die teulf
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 p.m.
...Rossland  4.10 p.m.j which will be forfeited if the
... Nelson  6.45 p.m.' tendering decline to enter into a col
H. A. JACKSON
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK anrt
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc., adflross
GEO. W. VAuX,
Assistant Oen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
tract when called upon to do so, or|
he fail to complete the work contra.
ed for. if the tender be not actf]
ed, the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not Mod I
self to accept the lowest or any tej
der. By order,
FRED.  GKI.INAS,
Secretary. I
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, February 21, 1*
Newspapers   will   not   be Plid 1
this  advertisement  if  'hey in3(,rt
without   authority   from  tbe DfP'l
ment.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCRO.SS. ATI...N,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express jnd freight connect with
itages at Carcross and White Horse,
naintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver. R. r
Trains & Steamei
CP.lt.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster v ���'
16:15, 17:110, 18:40.
Arrive New V. e-'min^r
12:46, 16:80, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland expre -rr,vf
leaves  16:16,
GREAT NORTHERN ^JjJJ,
Lv. N. W. ..I'd a.m.. -   ?** *,J
Lv. N. W. 4.86 p.m.; ar.SesU.eWI
"'"'v.. vv. A  V.-VANCOUVBR
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p.��
Lv. Vancouver 8.86 a.m.. and
(j. N. K.-PHHT-' "X
Leave New Westmlntltsr
::.i|
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51) f-H
arrive Oulchon 8 p m
Canadian Pacific
IIAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining curs le ves
daily at 3:16; makes close connec
tions for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other Unltei'
States points.
,  ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Ocnl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
.irrive
N��1
Leave Oulchon fl a   to
New Westminster 8:30 0. ��'
Mondays, Wcli.^s.lavsJ
B. C. ELKCTRR-VANnOUVIfc
a.,i tm
Lv.  New Westminster   ^ ^^
5.60, 6.
att.'sTm.^nd'e'very half hour
sfter till U 0. m ^
Lv. Viancouver tor v��*lw
same henrs
"The Milwaukee;
���The Pioneer Limltw   "^j, f
Chicago, ;;Short Lm*   0-^
Chlcago, "South    ��CSI
Kansas City to Chicago ,������
No  trains  in  the W J c ^
railroad  in the world w
equipment that of the UJ'    1
_...._._.. a. ��;���   Paul R��,,w,y.t.,
No trains in <hf,;ch,t equal
railroad in the world t"�� M,lj
equipment that of th. CJW <jM
waukee * St. Paul ?*{]$,\��M
own and operate tne" JfjiM m
and dining cars on a"' �����" Ilflic. <*\
tire their patrons an ��    hffl,   I
'^"BH0tSOR0wt^A"
134 TWrd St. cor AM"
btsinable '"ZlM^l
saw I     naV M*RCH 24'
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cafee Icing
Chocolate, PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
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FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
���    The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put; our money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY .MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
^j ^\ ACRES.    Four acres cleared.   Between
III      this city and Burnaby lake.    Splendid
B II     fruit land.   Adjoining land is held at
V      $400.       PRICE   $200   PER   ACRE.
Very easy terms to parties who will improve.
ION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
t
REAL ESTATE��� and INSURANCE
New Westminster Branch.     p. g.  LYLE,   Mgr.
:hoice beef
fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
IcMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
.ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
N'l-w  York,  Chicago an.l  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A i>en
eral Banking Business Transacted,
.ettera of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in all  oarts of the
World,
s^ing. Bank  Department,     Deposits received In eunis of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent. ;>er annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
'otal  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
\'_W  WESTMINSTER BRANCH f.    D.   BRYMNER.  Manas'"
THE   HALL   Of  FAME.
Caruso, the tenor, who is Neapolitan
bj birth, started tn his teens to be-
come an engineer and joined a sappers' regiment ln Italy.
Winston   Spencer   Churchill,   under-j
secretary for the colonies for Ac Brit-
i. h government, has been made a privy
councilor in recognition of his work.
Berths Krupp, the heicoss of the late
great German Ironmaster, who was recently married, has received a new title, "liueeii Krupp." Her income goo.
on increasing, ns do her state and
power.
.Tolin D, Rockefeller has his wigs
made by Andre Autard. He is a
Frenchman with n shop In the best
quarter of Paris and has as patrons
many of tbe wealthy bald heads of tho
world.
Among the Christian Scientists on
the stage are David Blspham. Whitney
Mockredge, William Norris, H. Clay
Barnabee, Mary Ellen Lease, the lecturer, nnd Clara Louise Burnham, author and reader.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has conditionally
accepted an invitation from Burlington. Vt , to attend the tercentenary celebration of I.ake Cliainplalu's discovery in 1900 and to Interest Canada In
the movement if possible.
Several millionaires have come from
the ranks of telegraphists. The most
notable examples are Mr. Carnegie,
who was flrsl a messenger al Pittsburg and then an operator at $28 n
month, and Mr. Edison, who was a
telegrapher.
When Grant M. 'urtis wanted lo
leave bis place as a reporter on a Quin-
cj ;ll!.i newspaper to start a chicken
farm, his father rebelled. Now Curtis
is tin* president of the American Poultry association and one of the best anil, lies on all matters pertaining to
ilia! industry In America.
Gei eral Luis Terrazas, whose wealth
Is estimated in the hundreds of millions, lately celebrated the seventy-fifth
anniversary of ills birth at his home In
Chihuahua, Mexico. Terrazas is said
tn be ilie largest Individual landowner
In tli.- world, his estates in western
Mexico covering 15,000,000 acres.
Tin. Earl of Buchan was to tlie end
of his life, although eccentric, a great
social favorite nnd "a terrible old flirt."
On leaving a room he would take leave
of the prettiest young lady with old
fashioned courtesy and say. "Goodby.
my dear; and pray remember thnt
Margarcl Countess of Buchan Is not
Immortal."
BIG WRESTLING MATCH
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
Haekenschmidt-Gotch Tussel
Expected to Be Most Scientific Contest Ever Seem
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\for sale.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
:
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deatert in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Phone 192 ��� deliver to any part of the city.
 lit C. WILLIAMS
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmintter
t Eighth ave. and Second St.
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'Phone 333
COAL! COAL!
v_
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS flf PRESTON
P. O. Box 345
���Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
IhM-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
h _ HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
��<  WALKER, President ALEX.  LAIRD.  General  Manager.
[A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
��� (| SAVINGS BANK, DEPARTMENT.
I   PWita cf $i an(i U|)Wards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and
*<Med quarterly.    The depositor is subject to no delay whatever in
8 WlUlllrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER fiRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manage*
Children's Wear
Before beginning to make rtie Mitaea' and Children's Oretsea.
Skirta, etc., for summer wear, come and have a look over our
stock. 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
At
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
Ryall's Drug Store
Si!,)d your children and have their eyes lusted
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Roaebank Lime, B. C Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, ���arteralfl Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt. Forge Coal, Common Brlek �������*. Gravel and Cruahed Rock
THE KINGFISHER.
He's ii big, Baucy bird.
nis cent is of ;i grayish blue color.
Heldwells from Labrador to Florida
lie measures from twelve to thirteen
Indies.
In front of each eye he has a Banrj
white snot
His wing* and short tall are minute
ly speckled.
Ills ere. t is rakish and extends to
the back of Ills neck.
ne Is more nloof than of yore be
cause nearby streams are fished out
He perches' on a branch over a
stream nnd waits for his unsuspecting
dinner to swim by.
In catching a  fish he drops, dives, j
and then there's a  straggle.    He re- j
turns to his bough with a fl-b In his
mouth.- SU Louis ftenublac
Strata ob  Leather.
Oxalic acid In weak solutions Is tbe
best thing to use when removing spots
from leather. Two or three crystals
of oxalic dissolved tn warm water,
then applied with a bit of cloth to the
spots, will do the work. Watch closely, and when the spots begin to disappear apply clear water to overcome the
acid, which Is a powerful bleach. Dry
the leather with a clean cloth. For
bright leather make th* solution weaker.���Philadelphia North American.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIBNCK
Thadc Mark*
DCtlONt
COPYPIK-HTt 4&
nTfrM. Old.
tloi _
Milt  - __.
1'mmU Ilka tlrroai
tetcteimoUt*,   "
llhaumtw- WMklr.  i
MtaniWa Joarn.l.
ntMteif-
Terms for
r-H, poftUo pr-pal d,   HoU bl
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST WMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANjJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship tickets on sale   to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round  Trip
Rakes to Southern California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
> ., Portland. Or*
Chicago, 111., March 22.���In the Coliseum, In this city, on the night, of
April 8, George Hackenachmidt, the
world-renowned wrestler, will contest
Cor the world's championship title
Willi Frank Qotch.the American champion. The bout has attracted attention on both sides of the Atlantic,
and should prove the choicest tid-bit
that has been offered American followers of the game In years. The
men will wrestle i<i a finish, the winner gaining two falls out of three and
carrying off the lion's share of tho
gate receipts besides a large side bet
cud the championship title.
Hackensclinildt, who is popularly
known as t,ie "Russian Lion," is not
:. stranger to America He visited
ihis countrj some years ago, meeting
ii 11 comers and returning home Willi
the scalp of Tom Jenkins, the American champion al thai time, dangling
al his belt. Since that lime, however, he has added to his reputation
1 y his continuous success on ihe padded mat until today he is regarded in
Europe as invincible.
llaekenschmidl was born in Russia and received a liberal education.
At college he became a great. Graoco-
Roman wrestler and defeated ail the
amateurs he met- Afterwards he wont
to Paris and won all the tournaments
there, including the international of
Europe, and later turned professional.
Ob his first visit to England he defeated Tom Cannon, then the champion Qraeco-Roman wrestler of the
world. In turn he defeated Anton
Pierre, the "Terrible Greek," and Ma-
(irili, the celebrated Turkish wrestler.
Tom Jenkins, who then held the
American title, went to England and
challenged Hackenschmldt to a match.
The Russian defeated him in the Albeit hall in nineteen and twenty-one
minutes respectively, in two straight.
falls. Hiickenschniidt then toured
America and Australia 1111(1- defeated
all comers.
Contrary to the popular conception,
I ETackenschmldt is not a giant in stature, ile is only 6 feet 8Vi Inches tall
and weighs in condition 210 pounds.
He has a chest measurement of fifty-
two Inches and.wears a 22Vi inch collar, ills waist measurement is only
22 Inches. His thighs are very heavy
and the calves of his .legs also, but
for all this he is remarkably light on
his feet.
Frank  Gotch, who  is  picked  upon
as the most likely man to wrest the
world's title from the Russian, is still
comparatively young at the wrestling
game.   Not so many years ago he was
working on a farm In Iowa.    "Farmer" Burns owned the farm and it was
he who Introduced Gotch to the wrest-
I'ng game.   It did not take Burns long,
to discover that Gotch    was a born
wrestler and   he  proceeded  to  teach
him the fine points of the gatnO. The.
young man was raw at first, hut before  long he  learned  the  science ol
the game and began to attract attention.    In the course of time he succeeded ln getting on matches with various wrestlers of prominence. Among
the men he met were "Grlpman" R��o-
iey  of Chicago,    Loo Pardello.    ther
Italian;   Jim   Parr,   the  Englishman;
"Lank    Rogers- and  Fred  Beel,  the
Wisconsin    wrestler.        Gotch    shot
through the bunch until ho met Tom
nis,   and  then he  stopped���tem-
lorarlly.   Later he met and defeated
the American champion, and then he
made    overtures    for a  match  with
Hackenschmldt. j
Hut Hackenschmirlt at that tlmtr
was slicking to the Graco-Roman style i
(���r wrestling, while Gotch was familiar
only with the catch-as-catch-carM
game. Since then Hackenschmldt has
become an adept at catch-as-cat'ch-
<nn wrestling and this is the style in
which the two will contest In their
coming match. In the opinion of all
v ho are competent to judge the meeting of these two warriors of the mat
will furnish the most sensational and
scientific contest of the kind that has
ever taken place in  America.
Washington, March 23.���It wilj cost
the I'nited States Government $750,-
000 a year for the supervision of railroad accounts under the present Interstate Commerce act, according to a
communication from that association
sent to the House by/Secretary Cort-
elyou. The document contains a letter
l-om Commissioner Harlan, in which
lie states it will requiro a board of exr
arniners composed of 285 men especially trained in the methods Of rail.
road accounting to Supervise the ��e-
ctints and practices pf .;,,<*��� steam
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TIE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY
Elegant
Cloths For
Men
Men who appreciate style, distinction in dress will appreciate our tailoring. We import our own cloths, buying the best fabrics the world's looms
produce.
Your inspection of our spring
woollens is invited.
which will lie satisfactory to both the.
i'eople of British Columbia and the !
people Of India: "Mr. W. L. Mac- '
kensie King will consult with the Im- I
rcrial authorities on the proposed ex- j
elusion of British Indian subjects from n
British Columbia The Government's J
handling of the whole difficult qties- | p
tion of Oriental immigration has been ���
ci'reful, judicious and    statesmanlike.
Condensed
Advertisements
MARCH 24
IN THE COUNTY COURT OK WEST-1
MINSTER. HOLDEN  AT  NEW
WESTMINSTER.
H
Morg
ans
Throughout the negotiations both the
distinctly   Canadian  and   the   broader   modern conveniences
imperial aspects of the problem have   corner of I_orne and .Agnes streets.
been respected.   The dispatch of   .Mr.  ��� ���
King to  England is  in  keeping with   T  ARGE FURNISHED FRONT BED-
i this policy.    His success  in previous   ���"    room for rent near libibry.    Ap-
| negotiations warranted    his selection   ply 2S7 Victoria street,
foi the present mission."    _______________^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ARM HANDS, SAW MILL "HELP,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Between   Napoleon  Authier     u'kig-
HREE    UNFURNISHED    ROOMSJment   creditor),   plaintiff,   and   R.. H.
to rent on Columbia street.   Ap-   .S.de.  i judgment debtor), defendant.
P. o. Box H47, City. Pursuant tu the order of his- honor
 ���-1 K. W.   Howay,  county   fcourt    judge,
OL'SK   TO   RENT ^��� OPPOSITE  made herein this  13th day of March!
opera house, eight    rooms,    all! \WS,  I   will  on   Wednesday,  the   8th
#	
.�����.�����������.
I HOUSE   OF   QuXufyl
i
Opposite the Post Office
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Of the arrest and fining of the eight   Xf
Hindus���eight British  subjects arriving in the British city of Vancouver���
the Montreal Star says:    "If our con-    �������� ���-���" ��� VJ"'
ttitution permits the British Columbia  dova  west' Vancouver, B. fc.    Phone
9"J��M_ *���
skilled and common labor supplied free. Orders solicited. Canadian
Facific Employment Agency, 506 Cor
B. C.
E.  A.
Legislature to thus set the Dominion
and tlie Empire at defiance touching
a question of imperial importance, our
constitution needs tightening up a
trifle. The policy to be pursued toward Hindu immigration into Canada
i- a matter for grave ��onsideratieg-,
and not for hasty and ill-considered
I tarish action." And thc Montreal Witness justly points out that the Dominion leaders are not without blame in
   ��� ���   their attitude, "If    the    Conservative
Paige Managing  Director   leaders," it says, "would but face the
3329.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B. C
WANTED���PUPILS   (EVENINGS)
in    English subjects, classics,
science, mathematics.   Box 487, city.
FOR    SALE���BEST    FIR
wood, $5.00 a cord delivered.
CORD
____________._____________________________________>       T'
H. Foster, 260 Columbia street. Phone
85.
��� .NtON.'i;, Ail;
2,000 Cords Tan Bark
WANTED
AT THE
TUESDAY,  MARCH  24.   1903,
THE OTTAWA SESSION.
Immediately the address in reply to
the Speech from the Throne passed
the House, the Government were prepared to go on with the business of
the session without any delay, yet the
business has not advanced as it should
have done although three months sittings have  passed.
Those who have followed the. reports of the proceedings in the House
problem,    and    consider    what    they
would  do  in  the circumstances, they
would   probably   remove   nil   approval      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^___
fromVthe    revolt    against    national   FRASER RIVER TANNERY
diplomacy, and do tiieir utmost to
bring the recalcitrant Government to
icason." In so far as they are showing sympathy and approval of the factious course of the McBride government, or even tolerance, they are failing in their duty to Canada and the
Empire.���Free Press. Winnipeg.
Inquire at the \ day of April. 1908, at the hour of 11
('cloclc in the forenoon, at my officv,
cVurt 'house, -New Westminster, B. C,
offer for sale by public auction, all the
right, title and interest of the above
named defendant, It. H. Soles, in the
southeast quarter of the southe.ist
quarter of section sixteen (16), township sixteen (16), New Westminster
d.strict, containing forty acres more
or less, to satisfy a judgment obtained
by the above named plaintiff against
the above named defendant, dated flr_t
of March, 1906, for $393.84 and the
cost of these proceedings.
The above named lands are subject
to a timber agreement dated the 29th
day of March, 1904, made by R. H.
Seles in favor of Alexander Johnston
and registered the Sth day of June,
1905, aind-the above judgment filed the
13th of March, 1906.
This property has a one and a half
storey dwelling and outhouses erecttd
thereon and tw-o acres planted in fruit
tiees.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
Hated the 21th day of.March, 1908.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff County of Westminster.
WHICH KEEPS
ITS SHAPE
Our latest styles ;md pat.^
terns are growing in favor
every day.
Notice the Nobby Suits on the street ?
They are purchased from
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
Hides  Wanted
HIGHEST CASH   PRICE
Paid on  Delivery
���AT���
What can be expected fiom the
ochoists of Canada's greatest Conservative journal. "The Mail and Empire."  when it  sets the example   of
  [cutting  out   entiiely   evidence   which
c'' Commons must admit that the de- Is against its party. The other day
lay is not ciiargable to the govern- it shewed its "fairness" by omitting
Mnc nt as it has been always ready to ent-n'el>
pioceed  with  public  or  private  bills.
the   evidence  of   Mr.   .1.   W.
Greenway,  the Dominion "Land  Com-
_^____^^^J i.,:-.-j. a-.-ri   i.e.fore     the    Public
The time has mainly been taken up Accounts Committee, which showed
iu discussing opposition grievances that there had been no dark chamber
which have been brought before the methods aboul the opening up of tim-
Kouse ad nauseam, and in no single bei limits In the West, as charged by
case have tbey made good and the the Tory speakers In and out of the
members are face to face with the fact House. Such tactics are despicable,
that whereas the session should be ���
just c'osing, there is yet the main
business op the session to Le dealt
/with and it is possible that the sittings will run far into'.May and even
later.
This practice of obstruction on   the
part of the opposition creates a condition   not   in   the interests    of    the,
country, in that important legislation
has to be put through with somewhat
scant   consideration     because     very
many of the members  will have left '���
for    their    hofnes    whose    judgment
might be of great assistance in placing
upon the statute book clearly defined
Iiiws.    There is  no power to curtail
this  abuse of  the  privileges of   the
peoples'   representatives  as  practiced
fcj   the  Opposition,  but  there  is    no
reason why the leaders should not get
together and agree to end the multi-
-j.iicity of speeches on matters that are
rot national issues.
Fraser River Tannery
New Westminster. B.C.
Westminster
Transfer Co
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A 377
Front St. New Westminster
CLOTHIERS AND HABERDASHERS
<���#���#���#���#���: *
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land      ,
Surveyor
Eliard  Block,  New Westminster, 8. C
���  ��� ��� ��� ���
ARE YOUREYkI
Troubling You?
If so. come .nd have them exj
amined. We make no charge!
for testing you:- e>es. All world
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optica
Optica
PaHo-s   in T. G.ffcrd'i
Jewelr ���  Store.
..flee  Phone 185.       Barn fnone 137
Columbia St.
ilaggr^e delivered    promptly  to onr
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Of71 en���Tram  Oeoot
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
ln your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A  __9.
Children
AS OTHERS SEE  US.
With a representative or the Domin-j
ion (.ovemment on his way to consult
with  the Imperial  Government  upon
the  difficult,  and   delicate  subject  of
Hinlii   immigration  Irffc  Canada,  the
action of the British Columbia Government in having eight Hindus Arrested
H^oii-their  arrival  in   Vancouver ;md
iin"d $"i0i) apiece cannot but   lie   regarded as ti most  unfortunate action,
from lhe Canadian and Imperial point.
of view.   There is no Justification for
tlis.t action, which Is purely factious
vii  the  part, of the  McBride Govern-
u ent   The question at Issue is an Imperial one, and the present conditions
ii     India    make    it    one of extreme
delicacy.    Granting to the full    that
there were grounds for the recent agitation in the coast cities    and    that
Orientals, if they should pour into this
country    In    overwhelming   numbers
would constitute a grave    peril,   the
f_ct stands that the Dominion Government took determined steps to check
that inflow, and it has been checked.
The Hindu question remains    to    be
dealt with, after due consultation be-
tweed   the   Dominion   and   Imperial
Governments;   and the McBride Government, pending   that   consultation,
has taken a course which can only be
���characterized as showing wanton disregard of the Dominion and of    the
Empire of which    British    Columbia
forms a part.
The Toronto News undoubtedly
gives expression to the opinion of
thoughtful, patriotic Canadians when
it- says of the sending of Mr. Mackenzie King to London to consult with
the Imperial Government ' with the
view of reaching some   arrangement
We are now showing a large range of Children s
Shoes. NrVe have unpacked an unusually large
stock of Children s Shoes tnis spring. MVe carry
only tne most reliable makes.   Every child's shoe
in our store is made of solid  leather the  kind
that will stand the hard usage.     Ask for the
Fresh Eggs, 25c doz,
Best Hams, - 16c lb,
TO - DAY
I  AT	
| ADAMS & DEANS
; Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan   RUBBER   STAMPS
Mgide in Vancouver by expert
workmen, with latest machine.y
and best materials, at moderate
prices.
A. G. Bagley & Son_|
410 Hastings Street. Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamp*"
HARDMAN _ CO.
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
SOLE AGENTS FOR
THE MALLEABLE RANGE. ,
Front Street    Trust BlockHectric Blue-PHriE
Any SU*
I MacFARLANE
I       8j I Maple Ridge Fruit Lands For Sale
SHOE i
Th
Maps, Charts and Drafti��i\
Map and Blue-
These consist of Children's Tan and Black Fine Shoes in STRAP
SLIPPERS, ANKLE TIES, BLUCHER and STRAIGHT LACE
BOOTS,/TAN OXFORDS, and every variety of a Child's Shoe that
it is possible to buy.
Ike "CLASSIC SHOE"
is a grade heavier shoe for children, and are great fitters, and no
better wearers made.   ' . �����
If it's Children's Shoes you want, consult us
**VBt _______________________________
pfl       Now is the time to secure a block of  441 Seymour St
j*?**.   this valuable  level   land, while prices
ULI < are low.    Land  is advancing .11  pri -1
, in     this     well   settled   neirji-.i-v-riic    .
i Good roads; schools, churches I J
ether conveniences;   best of shlppl1  1
I facilities; only one hour's ride to V;> -
; couver or Westminster.
Apply to the  Secretary  Port  Ho-.-
I mond   and   District   Improvement   Association, Port Hammond, B. C.
Vancouver
Print Company,
Vancouver
WESTMINSTER OFFICE:
H. Neville fmith.l^r.^ I
JOHNSTON'!
Bjg  Shoe  House,  Ltd
YEE KEE, Tailor
REMOVED    TO    BEGBIE    STREET.
NOTICE!
LATE8T 8PRING  SUITING.
X'*'8_iita Cleaned and  Pressed.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
I-
New Westminster
Websdale & Hardwick
Builder* and
Contractors...
All kinds of carpenters work. General repairs and alterations. Estimate! free for all. kinds of frame
buildings. Shacks built on the shortest notice.
P.  O.  Box 815.   Office  St. Andrews
Street, between Sth ind tth 8fc
Our office is located I"
THE REAR of the Daily
News block (entrance from
Sixth street).
Jackson & Morrison
THE
PRACTICAL    PRINTERS
Dally News Block
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
ADVERTISE IN THE RCH   24,   1308.
T. H. SMITH
THE DAILY NEWS.,
pagi jrmf
117***** ******************************
Very Important
SHOP EARLY MONDAY
you've only to read to get t^e strong importance of this advice:
,., d0 our best to serve the r.fternoon crowds the best way possi-
but we are giving special iadncements to those who come in the
In en working steadily with a view to
Influencing the C. P. R. to place one j
i i  their  boats on  the  run. anil   sum.'
n easare of success would appear to
be attending these efforts, since It is
CHINA WILL LIMIT THE
OPIUM   IMPORTATIONS
Peking,  March  2.!.��� The throne has
morning
WOMEN'S SPRING SU.ITS
Lasl week witnessed a scene of excitement in this ever popular de-
irtment, many ladies having availed themselves ot the golden oppor-
��� ,:,,    ol buying high grade tailored garments at our remarkably low
olerings.   This week we have decided to offer further inducements
ia litis section.   Look at this.
A special range of ladies' tailored suits, stylish and well made in
aver res] ect We are offering these in all shades at, per suit $iC.C0
to $15.00
Sew Lingerie Muslin
Waists
��� i ii .ahowing of waists in
embroidered lawn and. mull';
short sleeves; dainty, well
made at, each  $1.25
French Boas
la Ostrich. Marra Beau, etc.
Direct Importation from Gay
Pans: a truly beautiful selection. Prices ranging from $4.50
to    $17.50
Rich Treat For Housewives
lie household furnishing department we are making special re-
Auctions thai  will at once appe.1 to
over this list and shop early to avo
Circular Pillow Cotton
Ten pieces beautiful circular
pillow cotton, bleached, soft,
fine, thick quality, no dressing.
in 4", 4. and 44 inch. Regular
price 2ac and i'.Oc. Special price,
Kr yard    19c
ite Bed Spreads
We have about ��00 too many
wWte bedspreads In honeycomb
and Marsailles and we have decided to offer you 350 of these
at to st price. There are three
different qualities.  ,
No, 1. Large size white bed
spread, nice design. Regular
Jl 50,   Special prtCe  $1.00
No, ..    Large size Marsailles
Wilt, beautiful   centre    design
With border.     Regular    price
$L'""    Special price   $1.35
Sn' ���'���   oar $2.26 line at ..$1.75
r,iis is a genuine snap.
the thrifty housewife.    Look well
il  disappointment.
Double Bed Sheeting
[fi wh.te and unbleached, 72
Inches wide. This is our regular
36c quality. Our special price,
per  yard    25c
Heavy Turkish Roller
Towels  -
Only six dozen of these roller
towels, 2Vi yards long, in beautiful heavy Turkish towelling.
The regular price of these are
66c, but we' are clearing them
all out while they last at,
each  45<=
Heavy Turkish Towel;
at less
TwelvB dozen unbleached Tur- |
kish  towels,    l'i    "yards    long,
nic.ly   fringed.     Regular,   per
pair    50C.    Special     price,    per
pair  ^c
Fashionable
Millinery
Some Seasonable Attractions in the
Millinery Salon
_Hewrai new additions have . .rived since opening.   All that could
-.JJ|f>(i   villi ' I
- 'vlD'y be called style is represented here.   Special offering.
rwv>ity-flve trimmed hats from our own experts at $400 to $6.50
X"�� ��allors, iarge variety, from  50c to $3.00
ee 0U<- new (ilnghams.
See     our    reliable     English
Prints at, per yard   12'/-c
Tne ' pa to the Royal City mills,
which have been in progress for some
B  '    ��� are ;..- finished.   The plant
Is expected  to be in operation again
:''fore ii: i en I of this week.
Two line cleared lots on Fifth avenue, for $1,000; half cash, balance in
cne y:\y.   Abbott & Hyde.
* ��
William M. Campbell, of Abbot sf.;rd,
a well known hotel man. died at his
residence on Saturday. He is survived by a widow, but no children.
ri.mos  and
and polished.
organs tuned,  repaired
Speck & Crandell.    **
Eight cakes toilet soap at Kyle ��fe
Sons for 2oc. ���*
Albert.   Deans, of   Abbotsford,   who!
was in  the city  yesterday,  reported
having just completed the sale of 160 i
acres of land in that district.    He declined to mention the consideration-
New   boots  and
vons.
shoes   at   Kyle
Madison Wright, minister of the
Church of Christ, who resides on Dur-
bai i street, this city, is advertising in
Ihe Nanaimo newspapers, asking ad-
i (rents of his creed to communicate
with him.
Al. Crittenden, of Exeter, England,
reached here yesterday. He proposes
taking up his permanent residence in
this city.
Speck & Crandell (next tram office),
buyers and sellers of new and second
hand furniture. **
A meeting of the board of school
trustees was held yesterday evening.
The nature of the business transacted
v as not divulged.
For cut  flowers,  Douquets    or lun-
eral   designs   telephone  T-   Davies  &
.1. II. Brownlee, C. E., Dominion and | Smi- B- 2��8- ���������
B. C. land surveyor, has opened an office In the Guichon block. Phone 338. *
learned that General Freight Agent B. | pJVP"n its sanction to an experim ntal
decrease in the importation of opium
v. Inch has been agreed to by Great
Britain. The experiment will extend
over three years, and its purpose is
to determine the effect this will havi*
on domestic cultivation and the use of
opium. If it proves successful measures will be taken to continue the regulation-
The throne orders further regulating
c! the opium evil and appeals to tho
nation at large to abandon its use entirely,
i  '     '	
$750 Cash
WILL BUY a splendid two-seated AUTOMOBILE; good power;
complete equipment; in good condition; cost $2,000. Act quick if
you want it.
Frank DeGrcy
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VV. Greer and Captain T. VV. Troup, I
| superintendent of the company's navi-1
I . tion department on the Pacific, will
pay  a   visit   to this city shortly and
make careful enquiries Into the situa-
tion.   They will estimate the amount
of  business  to  be expected  between
file two cities and intervening points,
and if the result is satisfactory, the j
inauguration of the desired service, itj
is believed, will be assured.    Captain
Troup is booked to leave for Scotland
in the near future to inspect the new
Princess liner now ready for launch-1
ing in the Clyde, and his visit to this I
city will therefore have to be made in
Ihe very near future.
OnWodnesday evening the general
meeting of May Day committee will
be held in the board of trade room at
eight o'clock. The new officers will
be elected and the retiring officers
will present their reports for the year
past. Other business of importance
will be transacted, and a large attendance of the public is desired. ���
John Lee and Herbert Walker have
applied ��r ) the mining recorder for
1 ' i n-' in prospect for coal and
i i trot un in the ne'ghborhood of
Fourth street, Lynn creek .district,
X irth   .    li i". er.
On   Friday   the  delegates    of   the
I Westminster   Lacrosse  club,   Messrs.
1 Fred  J.   Lynch,  ('.   A. Welsh  and  A.
V,'. day. will go to Victoria to attend
tie general meeting of the lU'.A.L.,,..
: irniture repaired and polished and
I v crk   guaranteed.     Speck   &   Crandell. **
Dr. T. II. Levey, D.nti.t, has move.]
into the new Dominion Trust building,
opposite the post office. *���
An application for four inches of
water has been posted at the record-
t r's office by John Love, of Vancouver,
t.', be used for agricultural, manufacturing and domestic puryjses on lot
S70, group 1. municipality of North
Vancouver.
Men's    : iti
ai rlvi i.   Kyi
ng, oddr ]   nl -. eti.. just
& Son.-. ������
Lee   clung,   the   new!..-   appointed
manager of the Quong On VVo com-
branch in the city, is leaving
from the
company,   Hong
K ii .  ro take charge of the local business.
' n  the ^Empress of China
headquarters  of  the
Alex. Robertson goes to Vancouver
this morning to endeavor to make arrangements with the Y. M. C. A. basketball team for a game with the local
boys. Friction with regard to the division of the gate receipts will have
to be straightened out before the
match can come off.
For the first time stnee us organisation, tlie Sixth regiment bugle Land
lasl night paraded through the city
streets, discoursing sweet music. The
I-;.nd made a favorable Impression,
loth on account of the excellent music
and by reason of Its .numerical
si length. After returning to the
; rmaurles, Bandmaster Leslie complimented the boys on the success.of the
musical march.
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Handmade
! Furniture
All kinds of pot plants and cut
(lowers; shrubs for lawns. Tidy,
phone 184. **
The Faultless, as the new Mayers &
Preston hoat is to be called, is now
practically completed and    ready   to
take 3 tow in charge at any nine.'  The
A favorite of the elite smokers,
Hrilliante" cigar.
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A postponed meeting of the base-
hall magnates, called for the purpose of discussing the advisability of
forming an inter-city semi-professional league embracing Vancouver, Vlc-
finis.iiug touches in the way of paint-  torla, Nanaimo, Westminster, Beiling-
Doubtless you have some time bought a piece of furniture which
was not exactly what you want' d. but which you thought, might serve
the purpose.
And it wasn't long before you bated the sight of that chair, table,
Davenport, or whatever it was.      \
You w'll 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 mora and more-as the time rolls by.
Perhaps you aie unaware how much we manufacture ourselves.
Just ask th<j salesmen to show you over the factory at
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JOnn A. Lee S Furniture Empor
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COLUMBIA   STREET.      NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C
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ing and cleaning up generally are still
keeping ,a few men at work. She will
not likely make her maiden voyage for
some weeks yet.
Ladies' and gentlemen's suits cleaned, dyed and    repaired.    Royal   City -
Dye Works, opposite Premier Hotel. **
.Monday, March CO, is the last day
upon which names can be placed on
th,e voters' list. Although a large num-
ber of names have been added during,
tbe past three weeks, there is still
room for many more, but remember
that next Tuesday will be too late. If
you kre already on tbe list use your
Influence to gel your friends' nanus
placed there Only men who are
registered can vote at the coming
Dominion election.
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T. H. SMITH
ham and possibly Blaine and Everett,
will be held in Vancouver this evening. S. VV. Bodley and Sid Malcolm-
son will be the delegates from the
Westminster baseball club. They will
go uninstructed, -but will support the
proposition if it can be shown that
the promoters are financially able to
guarantee the success of the scheme.
Kyle & Sons have fresh ranch eggs
at 25c. *���
The attention of the amateur thes-
pians who are rehearsing for the production of "The .Magic Lamp," an
operetta to be produced after Easter
under the auspices of the Anti-Tubes^
miosis society, is called to the fact
that there will be no rehearsal in the
Assembly hall this evening on account
-���( the performance of "Under the
British Flag" at the opera house. The
cast has not yet b_en selected, although several of the leading characters have been assigned to capable
amateurs who are no less anxious to
shine before the footlights than to
assist in raising funds for a charitable
cause.
Chapman's billiard and pool parlor,
finest in B. C. Dominion Trust
block. **
At the regular monthly meeting at
the VV. C. T. U. held yesterday after-
, r.oon in Queen's avenue church  parlors it was reported by the secretary
that  the  membership of  the  society
had now reached the total of 150, and
that   prospects   that  the    200    mark
would    be  reached    before    another
three months passed were good.    Arrangements were made for the hold-
j ing of parlor socials in future on the
i fourth   Tuesday   of   the    month    in
��� Queen's  avenue  ciiurcli  parlors.    At
I the next   meeting, delegates   to    the
j jubilee  anniversary   meeting    to    be
held ln Victoria In June., will bo elect.
i etl,  one  delegate  being  allowed  for
j every ten members.
The "Auto" cigar is. becoming a
favorite smoke. "*
The question of a steamboat service
tetween this city   and   Victoria   is
gradually reaching a point when some
action may be expected.   The   ��om-
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge n,ittee of the board of trade which
Lime and
Sulphur Spray
SEE US
We are handling the Niagara
brand same as used by the fruit
growers in Oregon and recommended by the officials of the association of British Columbia. We
can sell It by the barrel or less. It'3
about "half the price of other ready
made stuff of the same formula. It
conies liquid and no sediment.
Place orders at once.
ii Public Supply Stores
1 Geo. Adai.,Proprietor
Columbia  Street       New   Westminster, B. C.       Phone 92.
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Increase Your Appetite
A good appetite is a boon not to be despised, but if your palate requires a little humoring try a bottle of olives. Should you already
be acquainted with this appetizing delicacy our stock of olives ls
complete and would satisfy the most exacting.
We- have just received a large importation of the choicest selected
Queen Olives and in order to introduce litis brand to the public we
are offering them at prices that will appeal to all economizers.
FROM f 5c per bottle and upwards
according to size
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CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Stort
of the Optical Department   ���*!.** b**tW!ni with tift matter has
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IS NO GOOD TO YOU, BUT I
WILL PAY YOU CASH FOR IT
IP YOU INSURE IT WITH ME.
I IN8URE ALL KINDS OF LIVE
STOCK AGAINST DEATH FROM
ANY CAUSE.
POLICIES WRITTEN IN CANADIAN COMPANIES ONLY.
WRITE OR CALL FOR RATE8.
A. W. McLEOD
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TUESDAY.   MARC
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PERILS OF BALLOONINa
A>   _.iot��in_r  Trip   In   Ihe   Midst   at  ���
Wild  Tbnndemtora*.
On one occasion, rising suddenly
through a stratum of clouds 10,000 feel
In the air Into brilliant sunshine, the
gas dilated. I let out a little. Down
we dropped into a cold air current. Thc
Immediate condensation of the gas
dropped us back into thp cloud layer,
which condensed the gas still more
and accelerated tlie drop. We cams
out directly above a stretch of woods
over which lay another cool belt. By
this time we were falling like a rock.
We were going so fast that the bagfuli
of sand we threw out went up instead
of down. Hastily we threw out the
drt'g rope, the anchor, tho lnnch baskel
���to little purpose. We struck the tree*
with a terrific crash, but escaped, however, with nothing worse than a slink
Ing up and a few bruises.
The most exciting trip I ever madr
wns a record breaking voyage that be
pui one Sunday evening. The weatbei
wns not propitious, but we enst off.
We sailed across tbe Hudson river to
New Jersey and plunged Into a cloud
After traveling twenty miles I descend
ed to drop a note to ray wife, assuring
ber of our safety. Again we shot into
n cloud. Presently we drifted over ��
village and. with thnt exaltation that
accompanies the sensation of flontinj:
Jn the air, enjoyed to a strange degree
the music of church bells drifting up
from below. Before we were aware
we plunged into the midst of a huge
approaching thunder cloud. It seemed
to open and swallow us Into a pi-* of
gloom and simultaneously into thc
heart of the wildest thunderstorm 1
think I have ever seen. The clouds
rolled and tossed and twisted. The
balloon would now be forced down,
then tossed up and again spun swiftly
about iike a top We lost nil sense of
direction. Thunder was crashing and
rolling and crackling all around us.
Lightning flashed, not in forked zlg
Bags, hut in great flashes of Are. It
was frightful. We did not want to descend, but presently we heard the unmistakable sound of water not far
away. Letting out a little gas, we shot
downward. Faster we dropped and
faster. Land was below us. The prob
lem was to land in the high wind with
out damage. I let out more gas. We
landed ln n treetop with a Jar that fixed the basket so firmly in a crotch that
It could not be dislodged by the wind,
for now we had dropped below tin
storm.���World's Work.
Satisfaction!
When you buy a " Progress
Brand" Suit or Overcoat, it is a
big satisfaction to know that
you could not have done better.
Progress Brand'
Clothing
is the best value in Canada. And
" Progress Brand" value means
style, and fit, and service. Look
hor   the  Label,  That Protects.
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H. L. DeBECK
He Wl-in the  Palm.
Many stories hnve been told of mean
men, such as he who used n wart foe
a collar button and he whose birthday
gift to his son consisted in washing tJM>
windows so that the ind might watch
the cars go by. This man, however,
seems to have won the palm. There
was an extremely mean man ln New
Hampshire who was the proprietor of
a hotel. By his direction rules were
posted in the hostelry forbidding almost every conceivable privilege to
those not guests of the place. Ther*
was absolutely no chance for the casual loafer to get newspapers, pens. Ink.
stationery, etc. There were not even
free seats in the office. One day he
chanced to observe a chronic loafer
gazing at tlie old clock that hung ou
the wall. The next day a sign was
placed over the clock. It read, "This
clock is for the use of the guests of th*
hotel only."���Success Magazine.
llolilInK  Hlm  OS.
"The head of the firm," said the superintendent, "insists upon our employing bis son ln this department, and it's
as much ns we can do <to keep him
Idle."
"Idle! You mean busy, don't you?"
"No. I don't. If we kept him busy It
wonld keep three or four other men
busy correcting bis mistakes."���Philadelphia Pres*.
OfweodUea nml   th* Core.
One does not usually connect crocodiles with a health resort���rather the
reverse���but the creatures are quite a
feature of the Indian bnthing place of
Manghnpir. about nine miles from Karachi. This town is a place of pilgrimage for pious Hindoos, bnt It is chiefly
famous for the value of its waters ln
the cure of the dread scourge of leprosy. The waters nre hot, and more
than 00 per cent of the sufferers who
bathe there annually, it is said, are
cured. The crocodiles are ratber noteworthy In that they live In tbe hot
water, apparently suffering no inconvenience from its temperature or medicinal qualities.���Wide World Maga-
-ine.
���������land's Historic Mlaer.
John Camden NelJd, whose magnifl
cent bequest to Queen Victoria supplied the funds out of which the prince
consort built the present Balmoral
castle, deserves a place among the
great misers nnd was as remarkable t
man as any of them, He was educated at Eton and Trinity college, Cam
bridge, nnd was a barrister at LI&
coin's Inn. At the age of thirty-four
his father's death placed bim In possession of a fortune of ��250,G00. and
from that moment he became a coi.
firmed miser. Neild lived at 5 Cheyne
walk, Chelsea. His big house was ao
meanly furnished that it did not ever
boast of a bed. Two old women. wh��
did his chores, and a black cat wen
his sole companions.   When he visitei
i his large estates in the Midland*
which he did frequently, he generally
i walked unless he could get a lift for
! nothing, and he was not even abov��
taking  a  gratuitous  seat  on  a dung
' cart. Sometimes he was compelled by
the weather to take a seat on the
stagecoach, and there he would sit
outside, shivering and dripping, for he
never wore a greatcoat an object of
cocnmlMratloB   to   his   fellow   t ai
The Pernicious Salt Habit.     B
Dr. H. W. Wiley makes the very
1 important announcement in connec-
I tion with his official health statis- ]
tics that we are now using 29 per
cent more salt than we were twenty-',
five years ago.    He also says that'
we are having 30 per cent more i
kidney diseases recently.
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examines the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
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So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
Hygienic Dairy, Limited
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 in.
eluding 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
Paya.de on Allotment���$10.00, being 10 per cent, within one month of application.
The balance. $80.00, being payable in eight equal monthly instalments of $10 each.
There are no preferred, deferred, promoters' or founders' shares.     ���.
PROVISIONAL  DIRECTORS.        , J
The following, signatories to the articles aud memorandum of association and others, ha , .���nted
to act as Provisional Directors:
M. P. THOMSON, Esq., (Thomson Stationery Co.). A. L. KENDALL, Esq., M. D. r,
S. J. TUNSTALL, Esq., M. D. VV.  S.   HOLLAND, Esq.,  th,- i . ,,
CHAS. E. HOPE, Esq., (Hope, Graveley & Co., Ltd.). .J. A. FLETT, Esq, (Hardware M rchant/
' J *i&H- A- EASTMAN, Esq. New Westminster.
Mr. A. Cruickshank, of Matsqui, will join the Board after allotment, in the event of the exercl: r th
option now held by the Company- upon certain land now owned by him.
Bankers,                                               Auditors, .                      Solicitors.
Eastern Townships Bank,               Clarkson, Cross & Helliwell, Messrs.  Burns &  Walkem,
Vancouver, B.C.                            Chartered   Accountants, Vancouver,  B.C.
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 absol . ,, lU(j
pure milk of the highest quality, free from drugs and deleterious germs.   The need of such a mill
so well known that there is no need  to dilate on this question,  the plans of the Compat
earnest support of the Medical Society, die Provincial and City Health Officers, and everj   doctoi  in the
City.
An option has been secured at a very favorable price on the well known Cruickshank Farm al Matsqui
close to the C. P. H, and on the route of the Chilliwack tram line.   This property comprlsi res, oi
which 400 acres are in a high state of cultivation, atnl the balance is rich pasture.   It is
thoroughly modem barns with cenicut 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 $75,000, or about $117 per acre,  a  very  low figure i ���
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 $25,000 casii. and thi   bal
ance in fully-paid snares of the Company.
From the sum of $100,000 to be realized  from  the sale of 10,000 shares now offered, thei
$75,000  after  paying  the cash  portion of the price of the fanij property.   It is believed that this amount
will  be sufficient for the erection of the necessary buildings and-.equipment and the purchase o
cows, especially selected after careful examination.
THE  NEED  OF A  PURE  MILK   SUPPLY.
The CUy iias no authority al  the present time to Inspect any dairies outside the City.   Tbe '        nj
proposes to give it this authority, so far as its own larns anil premises are concerned, and will welcome
such inspection at all times.   It also proposes to ask the Medical Association to apixiint a committee ol la-
spec tion.
Tlie City records of lt>07 show Ms deaths of babies under twelve months' old, and medic.il men have
stated their opinion that at least 90 per cent, or say 133, of these deaths are directly traceable to milk,
either drugged or contaminated at, time of consumption. It is needless to say that 118 does not by any
means cover the total number of deaths of children, as it is the number of those under twelve months oi
age only.
Out of thirty samples of milk collected iu Vancouver during 1907 and analyzed by the Dominion
ernment authorities, only two samples reach :!'�� per cent, which is the average Canadian percentagi ol
butter fat), and fourteen of them were officially described as eith< r watered or skimmed, and wers bekm
I. 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 clean new
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 machinery, and the employment of men technically trained in what is now recognized as a busiress requiring
scientific care and management.
Without a supply of natural ioe, or the means of artifi .ial refrigeration, milk cannot be kept during tie
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 exposed
to the sun, but tWs and other preservatives are very d-ngerous.
WHAT THE  HYGIENIC   MILK  COMPANY WILL DO.
This Company will supply milk only of the highest standard, both as to quality and purity. It does Mt
propose to pasteurize milk, wkich at Ibest is a makeshift.
It should be clearly understood that jiasteurized milk is not pure milk; it is only impure milk which
has been renovated, and 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 keep 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 in staled bottles and delivered at the doors of customers exactly as it left the farm, and at the Bame temperature; this will prevent the need of drugs in summer to keep it sweet, and will also prevent the prop&S-
tion 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 known dairy expert as goneral manager. This gentleman has successfully operated one of the largest creameries in Canada, and has made a
special study of all matters connected with the handling and feeding of catt'"      ]
Paper estimates of profits are some times delusive, so the directors content themselves with pointing onl
' the well known fact that .all the dairy farmers in the district have been for many years doing very well 1D-
deed, and the milk dlstflbutors have been doing even better, one firm being credited with making a p��>fl
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   Hie    Ix,wer
Eraser Valley, and as similar companies In the United States, which sell their milk at lower prices than
are current here, pay good dividends, there is no reason why this Company  should not do the BB--ei ��
the use of milking machines and labor saving devices In handling the feed, manure, etc, etc, should off*
the higher wages of this Coast. ���
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
The Company aim to keep 500 cows, but it will be obvfcmaly impossible to get this number In a .e��r-
and while every effort will be made to deliver milk by June, before tue hot weather begins, it Is doubtful
more than 100 cows can he obtained by then and the necessary barns and buildings completed.   In selling
the milk, preference will naturally have to be given to the shareholders of the Company, and it   is   D'
likely there will be any surplus for sale to the general public for at least tbe first year of operation, a-
as there will be probably many people of small means in urgent need of this milk, the shares have   ef
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.
JOHN F. HELLIWELL.
CHAS. E. HOPE.
J. B. GRIFFEN.
ALEX. CRUICKSHANK.
K. M. LOGAN.
F. R. GLOVER.
A. L. KENDALL, M. D.
B. D. GILLIES, M. I).
O. M. JONES, F.R.C.S., Victoria.
CHAS. M. MACDONALD.
J.   W.   BLAND, V. S.
A. P. PROCTER, M. D.
W.  E. BURNS.
W. NICOL.
L.  D.  TAYLOR.
HERBERT E. A. ROBERTSON.
W. H. GUNN.
J. W. DeB. FERRIS.
F. CARTER-COTTON.
A. G. WELLS, Chilliwack.
H.  M.  VASEY, Ladner.
H. G. ROSS.
WALTER GRAHAM, M.R.C.S.
D.  R.  KERR, Victoria.
L. T. DUPOaNT, Victoria.
T. W. PATTERSON, Victoria.
CHAS. MILNE, Victoria.
J.  J. LOGAN.
H. S. ROLSTON.
ItlCHARD S. FORD
D. THOS.  TEES.
W. S. HOLLAND.
,!. J. JONES, Westminster.
H. L. EDMONDS, Westminster.
A.  FLETT.
P. ROWE.
M. P. THOMSON.
H. A. EASTMAN, Westrams
ter.
Prospectuses and  forms  for  application for shares can be obtained from
HOPE, GRAVELEY & CO.,  Ltd., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia���
H_A. EASTMAN, New Westminster ARCH "24, 1908.
of    Canadian     North-Wett
'homestead  Regulations.
...en numbered section of DOS'"'       |      i   Manitoba,  Saskatch-
\^nm JMberta, excepting,- aud 2(5,
i**0*!- ���!. maj be homeateaded by
pot
SOCIETIES.
THE DAILY -NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
rrfer-'-i. m
any V
r.oii
who Is the sole head of a
,: ,  male over 18 years of
' the extent of one-quarter sec-
;j;iw acres, more or less.
plication   tor   entry     must     oe
f,n person  by the applicant at
wniiniot. Lands Agency    or    ���-b-
�� U 'I for the district in which the
IT is situate.   Entry by proxy ipay,
.    L.r   be  made  at  an  agency  on
?lln condition* by the father, moth-
\    m daughter, brother or sister of
J intending homesteader.
TM homesteader is rejuired to per-
I .fcrm the homestead duties under one
Ej me following plans-
(1) At least six months' residence
on and cultivation of  the land  in
I L year for three years.
(2) a homesteader may, if he so
I LireS| perform the    required    re.i-
fcXi'��-ties by livin"oa farmingi
und owned  solely   bv   him,   not less
jflan eighty  (80)  acres iu ejctent, in|
lihe vicinitj of his homestead.   Joint1
.ownership In land will not meet this
I req'.iii'cnl' :i'-
(3) [f the Miller (or mother, if the
1 lather is deceased) of a homesteader
Mas permanent  resident.e on  farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than ei .iii- (80) acres In extent, in
���the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
a homestead entered for by him
i ., [De vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
'(Mag with thc father (or mother).
di The term "vicinity" in the two j
I preceding paragraphs is defined as \
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive t\t the width ���
of road a lowanpes crossed in the |
j:. i      nent.
r%  homesteader   Intending    to
I perfi rn.  his   residence   duties   in   ac- j
[cordance with the above while living!
with parents or on farming land own-1
ed by himself must notify  the agent'
Bor the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
lie given to the Commissioner of Do-
IVitiliin Lands at Ottawa, of intention
I Jo apply for patent
W. W. CORY,
| Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N, B.���Unauthorized  publication    I
Ithis advertisement   will   not   be  paid j
I (or.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.-
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
# win!
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A WEIRDpG TALE
How a Horse That Couldn't Run
Came In a Winner.
__U' W���F��ASER LOEGE N0 3
���Meetings the first and third Tue..
day In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows'   block,  Clarkson  street
PULLED OFF AT GUTTENBERG.
-OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, 1.0 F
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
halt. Oddfellows' block.
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COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808.
��� ��- F-���The regular meetings of
this Lodgfe ana held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in tlie Oddfellows' Hall
FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m, in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W,  Pres.,  H. Schofleld, Secretary.   !
THE ROVAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m, in Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIAVION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.    Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. 0. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.II. Clow, NX..
CE. Osborne, P. G. recording secretary.
-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degiee meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
lu K. of P. Hall, n-lumbta St., at
8 p. in. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time ani  place.
Indigo blue serges in
fine twills and cheviots
at
$20.
is corred this season.
This is the reason
why it will be found
in
Mail Service
[Dlspatchod by C. P. R.'train at 8:35
a. m.; close 8 a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdin
.ally.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except Sunday. .Sapperton  aNo.  1,  daily  exc��-pi
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:..5 D.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railwa-
Co, 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dally except Sun
toys,   Keturn mail received 10 a.m.
Dispatched hy G.N.K. train. 8.45 a.m.;
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Port KelW,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
rord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
Points in eastern states), dally except Snnday. Return mails received
at 3.30 p.m. Llonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Satur-
d-W.   Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway.
'0:30 n. m.:
Vancouver No, 2;   Victoria, No. 1;
Cei"r;il   Park,   daily   except  Sunday.
'^n, mail received at 3 p.m.
Dlspatchi 1 by carrier, i:13 0. m.:
Easl Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received a' 1:10 p. m.
Nspatched by carrier 12-no noon:
Tlmbei-iand, Strawberry Hill,   Tins-
:1>'s Md Fridays,   Return   mails   re~
Wved Tuesdaya and Fridays.
""etched by c. p. n. boat 1:30 p.m.
da'ly  (closes dally  at the same
time during winter months:
'i'li:'"-.    Westham     Island,     Port
';'"d ���   Steveston,   Sunbury.   daily
0,'l" Sunday.    Return mails recelv-
"\.fr""' '' a. m. to 11 a. m.
J00��ward's, Wednesday and Satui*
���  Return mail on Wednesdays and
"'HUrdays,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, Xo. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L, O. L,
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; 'Court
Bapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O,
K, C "irt Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls,  Nest No. 29:
PROFESSIONAL.
W NORMAN BOLE, K. C, BAR-
< rister and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Bank of Commercei
building, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
A.YHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO-
��� licitor, etc, 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
Clothes.
H. L. DeBECK,
New Westminster.
LM.0 REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that application has
been made to register Henry T.
Thrift as the owner in tee simple, un-
der a tax sale deed from Surrey municipality, to Henry T. Thrift bearing
date the llth day of September, .\.D.
1903, of all and singular that certain,
parcel or tract of land  and  premises
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltlih Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
S.S-  Princess May.
Princess    .May     leaves    Vancouver
February 22, March 4, 14
situate,  lying and  being in  the dis-  April 4.
WHITESIDE & ED.MONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk,
Columbia street, .New Westminster.
VV. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.   .
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE
Barristors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
Ww Westminster, Trapp 31k- corner
Clarcl.son aud Lome strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Granville street,
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
G. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
.Martin wil be in the Westminster
offices every Friday afternoon.
Gb-UKUt. tH. MARTIN, Barrister ano
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum
cla and McKenzie streets. .New West
i.ir>��fer. B. O.
*\. MYERS GRAY, Barnsi-r. Solicitor
and .Notary Public, 1> nractlce since
1891 at New Westmi-<��������r R r- Offices removed to C-'rtts Block, Clark
son street, opposite Court House
I'.O   Box 169.   Telephone 64
ttict of New Westminster, in the
province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described us
lots 10 to 14 inclusive, block 1, and
lots 7 to 12 and 17 to 20 inclusive,
block 2, subdivision of southwest
quarter of section 11, townsMo 1.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser withiu forty-five days from the
date of Uie first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register
Henry T. Thrift as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby direct that publication for one month in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster
will be good and sufficient service
thereof and by mailing one copy to
Mrs. Catherine Kirby, Quiney, Wash.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 17th day of February.
A.D. 1908.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Catherine Gerbricb, now Catherine
Kirby.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc. Crescent block,
,orner Columbia and McKenzie
.treats. New Westminster, B. C.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or utuler
them and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any  unregistered  instrument, and all
VAiHSOUVER-VICTORlA ROUTE.
SS   Princess  Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m. dally except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday; arirvea Victoria * a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
8 8- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of eacb
month for Quatslno and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatslno, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p.m- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
DP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu, Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun, Wed, Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
SEALED   TENDERS    addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for heating   Post    Office, Vancouver.
B. C," will be received at this office
md 24 and- tmtil  Saturday,  April 25,  1908,  inclu-
I slvely, for the construction of a heating system for the public building at
Vancouver, B. C.
Elans and specification can, be seen | cut with n knife
persons claiming any Interest in the ; ^^ ^^ TaerAuy, Wt,dlR,_dav
said land  by descent, whose title   Is
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings 011 the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. S��l.
not registered under the provisions of j
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respct of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
Jajcouver,   Xo.   3,   and   Burnaby!
"    '      s at 3:30 p.m.; daily   ex- j
Return malls received
lake
Return    mall    tt
m.:
=eM Sunday
Dt�� D.m.
, Burnaby
" Pm.
^atohea by g.n. Fyler. 4 n.
flUMtoUtle-n    P0,0U'    da,,y excei>t
fitan   ,  Ueturn ma�� 11 P- m.
�����P��ohed by c.p.r. train at 3:15 p.
m- ma" closes at 2:30 p.m.:
P R Sary aml Vancouver, No. 96 (0.
***i���    8eCOnd ma,1>- Retura ��-����
" at 1 D. m.
5Sfdal,y exeept 8und*y- *������
m] 'Wcelwa at T p. a
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
g���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's HospKsl.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dulterln
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's avenue s"d SW-h.
24���--a,d avenue and Second.
25���Plftti av-��ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wight-.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKen-le.
86���C.P.R. Button.
p.e lot 12, block 11, Port Mo.dy. subdivision of lot 201, group    1,   New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate title number 3511F, issued in the
n.ime of Mary Ann Mores y has be?n
filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
,.t the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certlflcat?, un'ess
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, March 16, 1908.
IT       ADVERTISE      11
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
M YOU Want a Sltu-tloi.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m. .Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham IsLand Monday,
i Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5  p.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m, 1st and 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 q. m, 2nd
and 10th of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10  a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via I_-idyen.tt3..
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.8. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. -���:
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
For reservations  and Information
call or addms
BI>. OOULET.
AnoL Now Weetmlnst*'"
E 3. COYI,-).
MM. Ota. Phs Agent, VancSii-*.
and forms of tender obtained on application at this Department, from W.
Henderson, Superintending architect,
Victoria, B- C, and from Mr. Charles
Tossell, Clerk of Works, Vancouver,
P.. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
: nd signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of the
Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
v hen called upon to do so, or if he fail
lo complete the work contracted for.
If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Mar-** 12, 1908.
Newspapers will not oe paid for this
advertisement if they Insert it without
-iithority from the Department
The Story of the Way That Jockey
Hugh Penny Repaid an Impecunious
Owner Who Had In Days Gone by
Helped Him on In His Career,
St. Louis, long a center for merry-go-
round tracks, having at various times
fostered the East Side, Madison, Sportsman's park and South Side tracks, has
1 had many a weird racing tale unloaded
��� upon lt.  Stories of horses at the night
j trark being run ln on the last lap un-
; der cover of semldarkness and the like
j have been common.
Here's   one,   however,   that   comes
j from the days of the old Gutteuberg
course, wBleh seems able to hold Its
! head  up in  almost any  disreputable
I turf company:
I     When prosptrlty commenced shining
j on the Gut a little rat faced Jockey be-
, gan  to attract  the attention of  men
I who wanted to get their horses home
I In  front.   He was quick at the past,
had fair judgment, did uot know what
fear was and was willing to take all
sorts of advantages, whether fair or
not.  This was Hugh Penny.
Penny had another virtue that ls rare
lu jockeys ln these days. He was
grateful. When he was making a reputation a certain owner went out of hla
wuy to give him a mount.
This was the making of the jockey.
The experience he got on this man's
horses taught him a whole lot, and
finally his services were iu such demand he was able to pick his own
mounts. Money was flowing Into his
pockets. He wore diamonds, drove fast
trotters and was one of the few visitors to the hill able to afford fur overcoats.
In the meantime tbe man who had
given him his start had fallen into a
ruck and could not win a race. He
owed every one -who would trust him,
the feed box was empty, and his sta-
; ble consisted of one plug that could
I run a bit ln the mud, but on a fast
track couldn't beat a ten-year-old
maiden.
This was the state of affairs when
one night after the races he approached Penny and asked him to ride his
horse ln a six furlong race the next
day. "What's the use, Bill?" asked
the diminutive jockey. "He can't run
fast enough to keep himself warm."
"You're right, Jock, but I've.Just got
to take a chance. I'm down and out,
and It is possible the old horse will be
lucky enough to squeeze into third
money."
The next day came.   There was a fog
surrounding the course that you could
In fact, it was so
bad a bugler went to the post with the
i horses and with a loud blast announc-
' ed when the flag fell.   There was not
! a foot of the track that could be seen
I from the grand stand, and the judges
had to leave the stand and go out on
tbe track to tell which horse had won.
, As Penny was mounting his horse In
tbe paddock be -was -greatly excited,
"How much have you betl" be asked the owner.   ''' s /* '\
"Not a cent,: son,".* was 'the- reply. "I
haven't got a. cent to bet with, and, besides, the old horse can't win." -
"Yet. he can," said Penny, "de'll
win by a block. Here's a hundred.
Hurry up and get it down."
The hundred was bet, and the horses
went to the post. In a few moments
there was a loud blast of a bugle, and
tbe race was on. It was a half mils
track, you understand, and the start
was about Where the mile and a quarter would be on a full mile, trnck.
In a few seconds the splash ot
horses' feet could be heard from the
grand stand and a few shadowy forms
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CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
1 seen passing along the stretch. Then
everything was silent until again came
the faint patter of horses' feet., These
grew louder and louder until finally
they were right ln front of the stand.
Then It was seen that one horse was
ten to fifteen lengths in front of the
field. In a few moments it was announced that Penny's mount was tbe
one that was so far ln front, and the
race was given to him.
Penny dismounted and made his way
back to the paddock. He did not have
a speck of mud on his clothes.
"The old horse was a runner today,
wasn't he, Jock?"
"Runner nothing," answered Penny.
"Why, he couldn't run fast enough to
beat me." '
"How ln blazes did he manage to
beat that field, then?" was the query.
"He didn't," replied Penny. "I stood
still wben tbe flag fell, and when I
heard the field coming after making
the circuit of the track I drew the
whip on the old dog, and even then it
was all be could do to get home ln
front."
And that was one way of winning
races at tbe hilltop track.���St. Louis
Globe-Democrat
Next   Bailings   of   the   Empresses
April 3 and April 17.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to .
ED. OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Opera House Bookings.
Under the British Flag
81a in Now York	
Taylor Stock Go	
ff-to Burmaater  ...
.. March 24
 April 1
April 2, 3, 4
 April 4
Antiquity of Slavery.
Slavery is pretty nearly as old as the
race. It began so far bock that tbe
memory of man, assisted by the still
greater memory of history, can recall
no time wben lt did not exist. It would
be difficult to say who were tbe first
slaves, in all the nations around tbo
Mediterranean, where civilization Is
supposed to hare started, tbe Institution began early to flourish and bold
on right down through feudalism to
modern times.
Meet tho pessimist with a smile.   *%
H %*% worst medicine; hot. htttar
it is, It umwlly dose Wm
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THE DAILY  NEWS...
TUESDAY
MARCH 24
GOING FISHING?
Get Your
TACKLE
-AT=
Moreys
Season Opens Monday, March 16th.
For Your Chick's
HEALTH
Sturtevanf s Cure,
Egg Food,
Thanolice,
Lice Paint, etc.
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
Hi
��
The JUNIOR
SPRAY and FORCE
..PUMP..
No foot rest, clamp or other
fastening required to hold this
Pump in position. Solid Brass
suction and valves���no leather
or packing to dry up and give
out.
HINDUS PROTEST IN    i
NO UNCERTAIN TERMS1
WINDSOR SALT���because
it's pure, fine, clean, dry, piquant
���is used by most people all the
time.
132
Turbaned  Emigrants  Bury =^~^" '  "\
-   Caste Prejudice and Act in       This Date in History,     j
Unison to Obtain Redress. I '1
GREAT SHOWING op
Girls' Sailor Sui
Vancouver, .March 23,���Five hundred
natives of India, of all sects and
castes, met at the Sikh temple yesterday, and after many hot speeches   of
1S10-
lMil-
1834-
MARCH 24.
Mary    Blackford    Tiglie,    Irish]
poetess, died.    Born, 177S.
-Austrian army occupied Naples.
protest,  sent  a  cablegram  to Mr,  J.
ANDERSON
& 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.
��� m* *
This offer is good only for this,week.
r
Malins, Coulthard & Co. w.
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. CHAM BER LIN, _!��______
��� AGENT HAMILTON WATCHES
���. " it '.-?*���_������ ��� ,, ,. _ ��� ,, ,. ,. .,-,i-'������,4--rf"i^-^,f-rt-,r-,.--rt",c-rt���..���,.'a--,.-^?-.,���rf-< t
WE ARE SHOWING
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| f .
���urns
THIS WEEK.
A Large Range of STYLES and PRICES
15c   to   $6.00   Each.
! J. J. MACKAY y CO.
I BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
I
if;
#0
W
William Morris,    English    poet
and artist,  born.
1849��� Charles Albert of Sardinia, ab-
Moriey,  secretary of state  for India, dicated   in   favor  of  his  son,
warning hun that the exclusion of Hin- Victor Emmanuel.
i
dus from British Columbia would re- i 1.60���Treaty    of    Turin,    by    which
act   seriously   aud   foster   Sedition in France   acquired   Savoy   and
N!' c p
(lie Indian empire. '   uc"
Uday Ram. a nephew of Dr. Davis-  1878���British      warship      "Eurydice"
chand, the Hindu who was one of the; foundered.
first to spy out this province as a la��d I 1882���Henry   Wadsworth   Longfellow,
of promise, was the principal speaker,; American    poet,    died
nnd in scathing accents that appeared
its
terrible to a white man only conversant with Chinese and Chinook, de-
r.cunced the order In council that had
effectively barred his countrymen
from entering-British Columbia. Unless the deportation order was immediately rescinded, he declared the
seed of sedition In India would ripen
and spread so quickly that Great Britain would face another mutiny in a
very short time. He then read a
cable he had prepared to send to Mr.
John Morley:
"Hon. John Morley,
"Secretary India, London.
"India protests deporturvi exclusion from Canada. Are British suii-
j^-cts and claim government protection throughout, empire. If our Interest is overlooked, others in India must
necessarily resent your government's,
neglect.
"UDAY RAM, Vancouver.-' '
F. E. Mody, a Parsee Persian mer-
i ha'nt, on his way to New York, was
another speaker that urged the assemblage to take action to get the order
in council rescinded, and Radha Kis-
han, representing the Arya Samaj and
Sahan Lai, a teacher from a university
a' Calcutta, representing the Khatryas,
also spoke. '""
The Hindus are very excited over
the prosjiect of the deportation of
their countrymen.'who arrived on the
Monteagle and yesterday was ttife first
time that they had burled caste prejudice and creed to act together In. an
effort to have the turbaned emigrants
that came via Fiji given their free-
don.
Born
February 27, 1807.
1905��� Jules   Verne,    popular    French
writer,  died.    Born  February
8, 1828.
IMPERIAL VALLEY SHAKEN
BY EARTHQUAKE 6HOCKS
Los Angeles, March 23.���A special
to the Times from Imperial, Cal. says:
Three distinct earthquakes were
felt through Imperial valley this morning. No damage is reported from the
v.rious towns otherthan the breaking
oi a few dishes at Brawley and El
Centro.
The first shock occured three minutes before 6 o'clock, and wa,�� t *
most severe of the three. The second
followed within five minutes and the
third was fifteen minutes later, each
m_a__e lessening in severity. At Brawley the people rushed out of their
homes.
AN ASSAULT AT_ARMS
Entitled
"Under the British flag"!
Will be presented on
TUESDAY, March 24th
i
BY THE
Sixth Regiment, D. C. 0. R. !
i
Ft)r the benefit of the .New Westmin-]
I
ster Bugle Band.
PRICES���75c,  50c   and  25c.
Tickets  to  be  had  at  Ryall's Drug
Store.
Have YOU Seen The
BABY ELEPHANT
shade of Worsted, also the Grey
���ad browa? They are all new awl
correct in every particular.
Your inspection invited.
J. N. AITCHISON
Merchant Tailor
CotamMa St, NEW   WESTMINSTER
Tke Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
Fourth  Street
In Our New
Children's Wear Department
This spring we have add el
this new section to our ready-
to-wear department.
The children want new-
clothes as well as the grown
folks and this new department
has been inaugurated by us to
satisfy the demand for well
made clothing for the small
fffik. See our initial showing
from this section, lt consists of
fifty or more style.s of girls' and
boys' sailor suits of all materials.
Serge
Sailor Costumes
In every size made for girls frcra -' to 17 years of age,   Creai    :   |
ivivy only.    Made of best qualities of English serge . . .   and
every suit is  lined  throughout;   with or without dom    .   I        jrim.
med with wool and silk braids in  black,     white  and    cardinal,   Wei
guarantee every suit to 1 e well made, properly proportioned, and we
show fifteen ranges of styles in these popular suits.    Each $2 to $7501
Satin Duck
Sailor Suits
Made of finest quality English
drill, white only; well made and
neatly trimmed with fine' braids;
collars of white or navy blue
drill with appropriate trimmings; sizes for 2 years to 16
years.    Each $1.75 to $5.00
Children's English Print |
Sailor Suits
Made of best qua Itj . rint,
navy ground with whiti spots
and stripes, sailor collars of
same material or white plttjue
and duck; trimmed with iaads
of white; the best sewing is in
every fturni<.nt; all sizes. Each
$1.50 to   $_,25
Fancy Galatea Sailor Suits
Made of neat stripes In light colors, and quality is such thai good J
service in wear can lie assured; neatly trimmed on collar, cuff, ail
skirt; all sizes.    Each  $1.50 to US��|
Boys' Buster Brown
Suits
All sizes for the email boys in
either sailor suits or Buster
Brown suits; made in serges,
duck, linen, Gingham and print,
and every' appropriate style for
this spring or summer wear. Ask
to see them.
Girls' Separate
Sailor Skirts
.Made of fine navy L'stamine
serge with waist of black lining
attached; for wear with .u.
style of separate waist. En-
$1.25 to  IMO
W.S.ColIister��C.
THE STORE FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS
(Sec. 3-39.)
A nice cleared lot 50x150,, good location; houses
building on all sides. Good place to build yourself a comfortable home.
Price   $400
Ask for terms.
***************************************������''*******'
Electric Railway Service
F. J. HART fi? CO.
New Westminster.
LIMITED
Chilliwack.
Vancouver.
lnterurban   Lint.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wlll run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:31.)
Can leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city llmita over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave traa
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. ���>���
Sapperton Line: Cars ����
at ten minutes after the Hour,
half past and fifty robutes after
the hour, commenclm. at 6:3��
a. m.
Sunday Service bair--��t>ri. 1*
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 P"1-
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co*M
**,**)*************������*******>���������**���"���**
Our store will be closed all day TO-DAY, to enable us to prepare for the Greatest Sale
ever held iri the district.
WESTMINSTER   CLOTHING   CO
P. S�����Twenty-five salesmen and one lady cashier wanted.

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